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 .Vol. 4. Barkerville, Williams Creek, B. C., jMo^  To. 47.  HOW IT CAME ABOUT.  There was a fine old general once, who  having spent most of his. life in the field ot  Mars, knew very little about the camp of  Cupid. He was one of those rough and honest spirits often met with in his gallant profession, innocent a9/an infant of almost everything silve high integrity and indomitable  bravery. He was nearly fifty years old, and  his toils were over, when master Dan made  him acquainted with a widow Wad man, in  whoso eyes he began to detect something  Which, made him feel uneasy. ;  Here was the sesult of leisure.    .  . '  At length,- however, the blunt, honesty of  his disposition rose uppermost among his conflicting plans, and his course was chosen. At  'school he.had once studied Othello'* Defence,  ... ..-toT^cite at.aal exhibition. Jta&mMeXMLuie.,J  he recollected that there was something in  this defence to recite, very much like what he  wanted to say. He got the book immediately  found the passage, clapped on his hat With a  determined air,.and postedtoff'.to the Widow'  Wadman's, with Shakspeare under his arm.  H Madame," said Gen. Uncle Toby, opening  the book at the marked place, with the solemnity of a special,pleader at the bar���������  " Madame���������-' ' ' -���������  Rude am lln my speech,  And little blessed with the sot phrases of peaco ;  Fur sines these arms of mino had seven years pith,  Till now some nine moons wasted, they liava used  Their dearest action on the tented ficla j   :.  And little of this great' world can I speak,.   ..  Moro than pertains to feats of broil and battle ;  And therefore��������� -'.*.���������  Here the General closed the book, wiped  his forehead, looked, up at the*ceiling, and  said with a spasmodic gasp, " I want to get  married I*7 .. ..;...::...;..:,  The widow laughed for ten minutes by the  watch, before she could gutter a syllable, and  then she said, .with precious:: tears of good  k'iimor ro 11 ing down. her good-natured cheeks,  r-:' Aiid who is it you want to marry, Geu-  .waLTT*-*-' ''���������������������������'���������; *  u';Y6h^?: said Unpie Toby, flourishing his  sword arm in the air, and assuming a military  attitude of defiance, as if expecting an assault  from tlie widow immediately.  u. Will yon kill me, if 1 marry you V1 said  the widow, with a merry twinkle in her eye.  14 No, raadame," replied Uncle Toby, in a  most serious and deprecating tone, as if to  assure; her that such an idea had never entered Ms head.  14 Well, then, I guess I'll marry you/7 said  the widow. ..  '" Thank you, ma'am," said Uncle Toby,  '* but one 'thing I am bound to tell yon���������i  wear a wig."-;  The widow' started, remained silent a moment, and then went into a longer, louder  and merrier laugh than she had indulged in  before, at the end of which she drew her seat  nearer the General, gravely laid her hand on  his head, geutly lifted his wig off, and placed  it on the table.  General Uncle Toby had never known fear  in hot battle, but now he felt a decided inclination to run away. TJie widow laughed  again, as though she would never stop, and  the General was about to put his hat upon  his denuded bead, and bolt, when the facetious lady placed her hand upon his arm, and  detained him. She then raised her hand to  her own head with a rapid manoeuvre, and  with bet iiager pulled off her whole head ot  fine glossy hair, and placing it upon the  table by the side of the General's, remained  seated with ludicrous gravity in front of her  accepted lover, quite bald !  As may be expected, Uncle Toby now  laughed along with the widow, and they grew  so merry over the affair, that the maid-servant  peeped through the key-hole at the noise, and  saw the old couple dancing- a jig, and bobbing their bald pates at each other, like a  pair ot Chinese mandarins. . So-the two very  shortly laid their heads together upon the  pillows of matrimony. S>-  Advice.���������Be and continue popri ybung  man, while others around you grow rich by  fraud and dishonesty 5 bear . the pain of defeated hopes while others gain the. accomplishment of theirs, by flattery ; forego the  gracious pressure of the'hand for which others cringe and crawl; wrap yourself in your  own virtue, and seek a friend and your daily  bread. If you have, in such a. course, grown  grey with unblemished honor, bless God and  die. i;  m" Allow no one to put you off with any othor  Ooflee than Foil's roe*   To H������ M4 fr������w. all wsptwfr  NOVEL  STYLE    OF  'MARRIAGE   ANNOUNCEMENT.  The latest innovation in the usage and custom of the established Church of Scotland, is  the celebration of marriage publicly in  church, before the congregation, instead ot  privately, at the residence of the parties ; the  former mode, it is alleged, being in conformity with the directory of public worship and  the ancient practice of' the Presbyterian  Church. Apropos of this innovation, the following incident may be related. It probably  occurred in the ancient times referred to, but  the date is not material. 'The afternoon services had ended, and the congregation were  arranging themselves for the benediction,  when, to the manifest interest of the worshippers, the good parson descended from.the  clear voice : '.*:":-"~'-;;;       ~y^ '���������; .   ��������� ���������������������������--���������-���������������������������-���������������������������  : " Those, wishing to be" united in the holy  bonds of matrimony, will now please ^corne  forward;'/ .:.."'VI ���������'-  A deep stillnes3 instantly fell over the congregation, broken only by the rustling of the  silk, as some. pretty g;ri or excited matron  changed her position to catch the first view of  the couple to be married. . No one, however,  arose, or seemed in' the least. inclined to-rise.  Whereupon, the worthy clergyman, deeming  the. first notice unheard or misunderstood,  repeated.:   .'.'..  . ���������** Let those wishing .to be united in the  holy .bonds of matrimony, now come for-,  ward." .:'- ;���������-; .-'..-.  Still no" one stirred. .The silence became  almost audible, and a painful sense of awkwardness-among those present was.felt, when  a young gentleman who occupied a vacant  seat in the broad aisle during the service,  sl'o wty-arose, and deliberately vval ked to th fc  foot of the altar. He was good-looking and  well dressed* but no female'a'ceompauied his  travels. When he arrived within a respect-  fu I / distan ceof the'. clergyrnan he paused^ and.  with a reverent bow stepped to brie side of  the-aisle* but' ueither said anything, nor  seemed at all disconcerted at the idea of being  married alone.  The clergyman looked anxiously around  for tbe bride, who, he supposed, was yet to.  arrive, and at length remarked to the young  gentleman in an undertone :  .'��������� The lady, sir, isdilatory."  : . " Yes, sir."  " Had you not.better defer the ceremony ?"  ������ I think Dot."  ���������' Do you suppose she will bo here soon V7  44 Me, sir V said the young gentleman,  "how should I know of the lady's movements ?" ���������  A few moments were suffered to elapse in  this unpleasant state of expectancy, when the  clergyman renewed his interrogatories.  '.'" Did the lady promise to attend at the present hour, sir ?" ' '  ;���������: " What lady?"  " Why, the. lady, to be sure, that you are  waiting here for."  441 did not hear her say anything about  it," was the unsatisfactory response.  " Then, sir, may I ask you why you are  here, and for what purpose you thus trifle  in the sanctuary of the Most High ?" said the  somewhat enraged clerical. .  :���������* I came, sir, simply because you invited  all those wishing to be united in the holy  bonds of matrimony, to step forward ; and I  happened to entertain such a wish. lam  very sorry to have misunderstood you, sir,  and wish you a very good day."      :.\  The benediction was uttered in the. solemnity of tone very little in accordance with  the twitching,of the facial nerves, and when,,  after the church was, closed, the story got  amongst the, congregation, more than one girl  regretted that the young gentleman who  really wished to be united in the holy bonds  of matrimony, had been,' obliged, to depart  without a wife.  As Intoxicating Glass.���������" Who is that  lovely' girl.?" observed ,the waggish Lord  Norbury, riding in company with bis friend.  " Miss Glass," replied the barrister.  .". Glass VJ reiterated the, facetious judge ;  "by the love w bich man bears to woman, I  should often be intoxicated could I place such  a glass to my lips.'7  A little boy asked his m0ther what bl0od  relation meant. She explained that it meant  near relatives, etc.   After thinking a moment  he- said��������� '���������.        T~   "'.   ��������������� Then, mother, you must he the bloodless  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  FASHION SALOON,  ' \      'I1 '    BARKERVILLE,     .  W;j L LI A MS   CR EE K.  THE PROPRIETORS BEG/ LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  to tho-public that they have enlarged, rofumished,  arid thoroughly renovated their capacious and fashionable saloon, sparing neither pains nor expense for  tho comfort ol their Patrons.  This isi ritjw tt>o largest and most complete Saloon in  British Columbia ; consisting of three largo separate  apurtmenfe, viz.: CARD ItOOif, BAR ROOM, and  BILLIARD, SALOON,.containing three superb B1L-  LL\RD TABLES.'       ;  : Thc> besit LIQUORS.and ������������������ CIGARS .obtainable,:-are;  served 1><#|J. This establishment is under tho immediate superintendence of the Proprietors, ��������� '-.:  .  .;. H   ' ADLER & BARRY.- ���������  . June 6tb\( 1867.^   ,   :':     ���������������' ���������;: 4m    ;,  &EW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ,THE''CARIBOO SENTINEL"  J. .S'i THOMPSON,' ��������� President. ���������.���������'     ,c?.        ' ��������� .  ;  ; /JAMES ANDERSON, Viois-PJissnDaMT.' -  JOHNiMACLAREN,  JOSEPH CLEARIHUE  JOSEPH PARK.  %  DiRECTons.  THIS.INSTTTUTION' IS NOW OPEN AT: BARKER-  ville^Vhiireit is-now fitted up with' a view to: the  comfortand ponvenieuce of.the'people of Cariboo;''; 7  ! Th e ��������� Read ing Room \v i H be found su ppli ed: with the  latest English, Scottish, /Canadian, American 'and Colonial Papers aud Magazines.. -..'".' ' ���������,'..' ���������:���������'.������������������' y.A ������������������.' .-,.'��������� -  .'Terms of/Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or'. $2 per  M^>nth. Single volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  60 cents per volume, with $1: deposit.  .   -.;: ���������' ��������� ���������  Persons n^ subscribers,''.visiting tho:Reading Itooth/  and making uso of the Books and Papers, 25 cents for;  eachvj-rlt. :��������� 1    ��������� '      '"'.'���������'���������'.        ".'. ���������'       ���������������������������"-.'  ���������-.TheRoorawiilbe opon from TEN, A.? M, till TEN,  P.M.   :;���������   r'|: ������������������/.        -JOHN -BOWRON, ":���������"-,:   ���������  :.:-:Vv:v  . .1 :,-.:������������������ Secretary. ami Librarian:  N. B ���������A fhe assortment of Books an& Stationery, i?".  always kept for sale. V .13:s   '  MBw^Tm shop,  .TPHE UNB&RSTGNEI).h'avo commenced in the,'above:  "T"^^bdsiu't^Jff'BarkCrvnr^^^^and^Bo^cit-a^sh^lp^'fiU-  lie patronage. ��������� 'y- y:.'-:���������'������������������';��������� -.>:���������*; "y !->> <y r"- v -v :���������'���������  'y XCKST:'. JRON   STOVES     //���������  ���������: Always on hand. .    -; ��������� ���������  'New : Work and JolDbmg  ' -    Done at reasonable-rates.; : ��������� - -y  Hgff' Our Teams run ��������� regularly  between Yale and  Cariboo and all orders In our line of business carefully  attended to'.  l>s        .:���������; E.'PEARSON���������& BROS.  F. V. LEE,  Auctioneer, Collector,  ��������� ASD ���������  MINING     AGENT;  -.-���������-..���������:  ��������������������������� :���������,;-,���������::  .-. ���������:x.g$wxl������ ���������������������������-,  .;���������-���������;......-,;- --.,  ,'.  rpHE  STOCK. OPfTHISiiOPFlCEH/OTNO. BEEN  1 considerably augmented -by. the recent, importation  of a variety of new Ornamental Type, peculiarly auHid  tor.   '���������'���������;:, { '/J'rjvg-'tr  ���������    '[ ; ���������">', ���������'.'. ���������    ?]  Posters, Circulars, Cards,  ���������   . ��������� -   Billheads, Programmes for    .->'���������  .  ������������������ /Balls, Concerts, and  / ;    'VThe^rical.Eiitertaiiu;aent3.  Ordersif6r any dcscrilJtion'of Job Work will b������ ;ex*������  cuted with neathegs'anct.despatch. ���������' ��������� *=': ���������  -*. ;��������� ��������� ��������� ���������':;'*���������: j  >'". ': jg^'Terms iriodorato. ���������tSJX'  ..^���������STD������E;s1ftsTdVES;!V:::  Adam-s^::-^a^:oy^/;Qc-;^:  :���������������������������S At R-S-"B;K V3 i*  ��������� >*K * ** *+**���������* ������W#M  Have jast receive^a choice;selection of :v . .��������� ���������/,  .'���������������:���������'"^T??:^: ���������' ���������;    ���������:������������������'-'  TIN ';P LATE^^  wi th various other'articles \k their line of trade.) > \.  :' j^Ali /Jobbing; in. the Tin,vSheetiron^ Copper .oni ���������' -���������  Zinc trade attended' to j ��������� and;' wafr*anted: to ��������� give" sktisfa.^  tibti."     ' ��������� ��������� V-'i-'.'v/'^V*\;vSif:';:r-;v": \ ��������� ���������,,.":;." ^ *.- '���������'���������' -\l'������"- .".*-;  :A.o^o^^i^|:-;S(3^1ec1^  .&!>>x-^  y C:0/M ^M^^t^^^MWM  ^0:y0yy^A������^  ������������������������������������������������������ ppPKB.^O?^ihpS:-{fe^QUKIO,S''BUBWBBT."    ���������"':  : June 11,1867-.. ':y'4^y^' - ;' 'P'-i:- ������������������"' ������������������ ='"; ������������������ ^i������'  STEELE; BEGS^TO" INFORK HIS-OLD FRIENDS."  and Patrons,- that he has opened, his OLD ST^N1>,;  whero he will be glad, to see them;. : .:.-",'    '......';: ;-,:;���������,':.:,...;  iJST:M22ALS-At ALL-.HOURS -~$&'- ':. v^''.''���������'  :   June' 10th, 1867. .'": '  '   :':'���������      :'��������� ll^   A  EXPRE'S&T  Goods sold on Commission..  Salesroom, Barkenille.  Oi-tice,-  Richfield.���������  5-s  A. McPlierson,  ��������� AND ������������������ '  JEWELLER,  B.  HODGENS7  OLD'^TAND.  Barkerville, 1st May, 1867. :' -. :-:-"-: 1-S  AT  :   WAKE-UP-JAKE  Restaurant, Bakery,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS, FARGO & Cfl>*,  for California. Oregon, the Atlantic States ��������� -.  ,. -  and Europe.  AND AT TALE AND,LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  CARIBOO EXPRESS, .    . .' . ".  For Big Bsnd, Cariboo and- the Northern Mines,.'  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters,; Packages and  Parcels. ���������    .��������������������������������������������� 1-s '  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  .... ��������� ' i   i i    .    '        ������������������ ���������! i.       ���������     i   ���������MM��������� .������  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,      c  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of the best  description. 8  AND  .:'..  BARKERVILLE, :���������  PATERSON& GOODSON, Proprietors.  TN ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF THIS  X house fur the season, the proprietors wish to inform their.friends and the public generally, that they  will spdre'iiop.iihs m order, to merit the patronage ot  all wild give them a call. . ...  Meals at all hours. . : 1; .  E, STEPHENS,:  QIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.  HAYING TAKEN AN : OFFICE I>{ RICHFIELD,  Williams Creekj is prepared'to execute Surveys.  Plans, Levels, Sections, &c, &cM convraitted to hi&  chitrge, with care,  despatch, and on BLAbu^ABLb  TERMS. ���������'���������',' ���������   .      v   "���������:      '  3 ^gg- Office, centre of Rich fl eld. --@iL  W. Wimiard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKERVILLSi       /  .QUESNELMOUTH,  ���������   BROTO & GILLIS, Proprietors.  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table,  Stahling for Horses, Hay and Oats.       i  &<5i  OTICE.  T. E  WILL RUN AS. FOLLOWS  LEAVE  c������  ON  QUESNELMOUTH  Tlmrs&ays and Sundays,  AS SIS 6?CL0CKi A. M.,  LEAVES  SOPA  CREEjI  ON  Tuesdays ai itd P ridays,  AT FOPI? 0?CLOCf, A   Mj 'mamsemm������mwmmmMu%gmwsii*^^ ^ * nmxta������ vtoimjm'iifi Aiawrmv������������igaiamjffl^^  ^HE^GMI^OO:,; SEHTMEL  UKV.  i-ilf  ���������-������'���������::/  ,   MONDAY, OCTOBER. 14, 1867.  Agents for the ^ Gariboo Sentinel."  'Grouse: Creek, -   , -   ./-.,-      -'���������������   -    A. HteWha.  Quesheimbuth,v :irr. Goudie, Barnard's Express 0 fBee.  ���������Ynle^; :���������;>���������',     -���������   ASrVlEvansV'     do"      -<      do  LUlooet,     ' -, -F. W.-Poster, v-do d/>  New Westminster, *  < ���������'-: *  , -���������     - .. " Clarkson & Co;  vtn^������in      h    ���������'-���������" '       ,  .  V-flS. Mallandaine.  Victoria,       -      -      :..,:;'.- i A. Lyne.    * .  .'.Bisf Betid,-* - * fjas. Bullock, French Creek  Van .Winkle/ - -' . Y- ,, J., W; Lindhardt.  JfuVquitp Gulch, ��������� k '-   ';*      -;    -      J. W. Jeflree.  miistbe changed, and tbe same: expenditure! fortnight from, this date to run off the accum-  !<   The^fCarihop Sentinftl^ is puhlishe^Revery Moriday  Aano^tfursda^  v^nustbo:delivered:at latest at 6 o'clock,'p. m:; the day  before publication. ' v   , '���������  Y;;',;  TO CORRESPONDENTS. '  All communications must bo accompanied by tho  J real name and address/of. the. ;writerj not" necessarily  >'witlr a view of publishing jthe same, but: as sccurity for  his good faith.  y.\,     ,     "     <TO"ADui[BRTISERS.' _���������;���������   ' " t     :  is, ,$Sr: All Advertisements (not inserted for any definite  period J will, b e corit^uedittiitil ordered out an ii charged,  JoXaccdrdmgly;. ~ M      * y-_ . -. ���������   , ,  will..satisfyyallYthehv';requirements,  when  placed";-:'at.ftheir ?disposal  as: their national  right, and not as a sort of charitable ��������� contribution from their fellow citizens.;; The Times  in a late article, says : " Give lis ten years of  peace; arid the Irish difficulty will settle ifc  self by the gradual removal of siirplus population in places where it still exists, and, by  the progress in agricultural/ industry, which  Penianismihas gone far to-interrupt."   There  is much triith in the views of .the "thunderer,':  but we would xather see the Irish people stay  at home ; the "population-is not sp mnch in  excess of presents means of employment, as  people1 pot ^ conversant with   the   state  of  Ireland, are led to believe;   We [think that  by a moreliberal; and conciliatory policy on  the part of the government, the state of Ireland might be sp' Improved that.,emigration  would not be necessary to the extent of >the  present^ex6dusv;an<^ that in lieu, of a source  of weakness, Ireland might be maSe a tower  of strength-Jo Great Britain.     .   \:   \    ���������  u la tedtaili ri gs, wh i ch p re vent that co iu pa ny  from tunneling ; after which, the dam to he  removed by defendants. In the meantime,  the '/;.'��������� plaintiffs ; to ibeY allowed thirty-six  hoursiJneach w^ off their failings.  The: plainliiffs to carry their water into the  JQtilm^lii^fae if-up:' tihLoii; ^t present, so that it will  npt run overthe broken ground.  ���������NEW ADVERTISEMENT  'NEW;- A0vT3RTISEAIENTS.  *...  San Francisco  COMMiSSION~MERCHANT,  ���������:i-t.  ti  .  -        -  \-������  -,,i..''   . .. ;  VTHB^RroHTS AND WRONGS OP  y':: Y ;        IRELAND.    ,  DEPLOilABLE^GONDITION OP  '      ',  CORNVMLIi MINESfY:  THE  1!  is-fe!  W-y  ������-Yi  .fe'red- /by ��������� thek passing 'of: tile KeformYBiH) to.  ;;   /   m^ky,,thefr annual display on-'the subject of  Y :;:/..//> Jrlsii'grleVan'ces.  ��������� Tfiese Interminable griev-  v     afces "emimi n: -.f ttJf- New   OiJcm^, Ci^lo^������  1 Bouse; |hich::;acfed  afa5|olitic^l refu^e'Yor  /:;;: the" deYfiuteY When  S vhlg  idmirastration  v*^ in bbfc ^r^f ad'.nt 6Fe^loeofo.o wSrlcr  -riiin \buu. the bi'i^in������r wets rf once disclm-  ged vijo c3L������>deraUoa^cipg bsd fco'biYme^  i'tu of^^pf.Dlliiy, TUfs Hecapujfcri were?at  o nc������ rep I dc������^ by su p p ot Lf rs o/ tb c v^L i^j ad-  -   t. P , inial^k a Mod ; aiid clcyk,^ luilors, prmteis's nd  cool a5 yeie cuddfii!? ^a^foroied   loi-o sfon^  ;    xnasnn:,  >>ncLlrtje/2 ^fe. : uf coarsr. when  -  |    t:he:/power rsv^i^itifji Inc hnndb^r tbMooo  " iucos, ihe woik potfoTVied  by ihfit piedetsev  G.in ?,was 'iLr:fi,iui7 ^|e||iraeiipQ be   ^������.;aio  , - , botched by similar V^rkmen:;-So/it is with  Jiuh  |i������Iey;ancesi   ������r.?psb. st^fesmen    seem  ^     '��������� " ^   'averse1 to ,any, settlement of the vexed ques-  b ' hi h are helu uprn (bs fffeat effisi   of  ,:/>  mm.  tiens wliicii are. held'up.-jas the 'great  Irish  aiacrmtenL ;r.Tiiey|ip]3ear   ro   prefer',  when iu power  *o f< aro^iib H^e qu'psth ns,or  alji    1[      ' ^:apply>;an5   palliatfee|.hat tb;eir---ingehuity  i miMSi '    c i m$M������? &$$ liifiii # gis roi^ir o  ���������^IP;  ,,/ -. ;'". n ^jy-oir^englho^  w^!:ne:V. as made/use  \>   ,  w\, ' ot either  by  government "or  opposition, tor  \     , future u?e in'case of-nocesyity     There is not  p|j|     - ' the rdmolcSfVdo'jriUisaljraosccnhf'Ecst^rfi^ed  ;; tic ranees  .-re ?,imply ima^ip^t'y, and  have  -   . 4-nit   S>ft9ii 'olcri-ted from their iteration.which  ';,   '���������     ' _ h (9 ^ccn'.turi^l the  ears of the general pub-  . lie to c ;rt in   hi< h m\ "iding  words, and thus  '���������     ' to. the belief in'Irish grievances.   The'mo  ment that the government can afford to .dispose, with this political  Custom House, so  ���������soon, will these  grievances turn  out myths ;  bu! m such political wc *p mdence is likely to  ���������.;,  ���������     . ' be. of very-remote oecurrence, Irish griev  ances will go on flourishing, and producing  ,   disgust, among sensible" people. ^The fact' is  1  that the Irish people themselves shave but  little to complain of, and in order to make ah  excuse for a rebellion, they'were  compelled  pinipoTrthe idea of a republic, from America.   Without.discussing ihe.inadaptability of  finch a form of government; for Ireland, we  ,     . . _ may remarjc that republicanism, as practised  , '   in the United States,- at this .moment;.--is1' the"  - most absolute  bondage, compared: with the  ' '      ,      government of Ireland as now existing.   Tax  ation is merely nominal in the green;Isle, and  the people -are, f reed/from m any ^o  ^ "f jtjons and. disabilities that their fellows! tizens  -     .       yfc in other portions of the United Kingdom are  '������������������;��������� ; -^        exposed to..'-. The'-truth is, that thevlrish. peo-  ,. ,     p 1 e, beln* of a: warm and affecfeionate nature,  ,   ' feel themselves in a manner'neglected.    It is  ", of no: use to tell them that they are rapidly  advancing in material prosperity^    Her Ma-  :\       ���������������������������;.'.;i-;.-;v V;",7'':;jpsty has nb ; royal'^e^dence^ln/rreiahd, ''.and  ���������/��������� ;���������:;;.,- v/;:\ this seems to them/aia sort of slight, piquing  ;. tMr; national vanity, and rendering them an  {������"���������"��������� V'.i���������'���������'��������� reasy  prey  to revolutionary propagandists.  '���������[';. That the English government should meet this  1 difficulty by; some- palliative, administered to  y,{        C;"//.*        their national pride, is self-evident ;;and that  it 'will be ultimately done, we do not for a  . inoraent doitbt.    When this has been accomplished, we shall hear ho ! more of Fenian ism  cr rebellion ���������; the Irish people, as'a whole,  -V>'::. "���������*..'������������������ being as loyal to; the British;" crown ^ns'; any  ;;;-;!;i:-v .    other of Her Majesty's: subjects.- The:Irish  ',;., Ohurch establishment has always cropped up:  , as the greatest of all Irish; grievances ; and  The present^disastrous conditiW of the  copper andFtin-imines of Gornwallj| England,  is very graphically 'ppurtraved in'tiie fbllbw-  ing statement made bV^Mr; Robert'Huht: be-  io:ire;:a committee of* I^rliaraentian^a recent  ,..... .  ���������., ._ ,.. ,s, 4. _ . ...ihjthe  School of Mines,,;andlam now Keeper of the  Mining Records-in thev Jerziiyn street Museum.  TaniiWell acquainted with practical mining',  and with Cornwall/ having lived/rfor many  years in/that country,^sin'd since"|l.S39 been  officially connected with it. ' Fortsix years I  was Secretary of the RoyalCornisli Metallurgical Society; and for the remaining period  Keeper of the Mining Records, which has constantly o c casi on ed my intercourse, With* Cornwall.;   In March and April of:this" year I. was  six weeks in   the   country,   and   yisited  the  mines of/ Cornwall i and' Devonshire,  with  a  special view of obtaining accurate informa-  tioujfpr Official purposes, with resject.to'the  condition of those mines.    Kothiifg can be  conceived in   a   more   disastrous/ condition  thanj Cornish and Devonshire miring at the  present time.     It is worse than it h^s been at  any.other time since 1839.-  The mines actual-  :^Mni0fJOL BUTGHEES,  LYf TON, B. C,  W: OULDI&SPECTFDLLY CALL THE ATTENTION  i;6f ;tho/:,truv-QlliriffVpublic,to   thoir  STOCK 0*  HEAT^ -which thoy will.depose of to suit the times.  '  v-fAs-all trayeliersat-flirst.incline  :.; y.Wlicre'er ��������� they sco t^e fairest sign,  ���������y\ And;flnd tho shop! both, clean 'imd neat���������  P//And.like the tender and /'cheap meat��������� ���������  ���������:; "Will call again.: and rpcommenri  |t , The;LYTTpN;rHARKJET:.t6 every friend.  y yAl though, thnir Dejfrhoprj^bld content ion," ���������  ,;.; ;IIangs out liis windpipes on���������������. stanchion,  "i-j \ As clean:as 'tiandsKof ^;Butch" cn\ tuako them  . ���������*��������� ��������� In prd er s t mngers nirt y nils take h i m ;  i:/< :But be they Heatheiip, Turks or Thrtars,  ���������y, They will not pass 'tho;I^TTON MARKET.  Lytton City, B,C;/OctV-Xi, 1867. -  ...Piiovisio^s  HABDWARiJ,  CLOTHING AKB ^;\  Nk.tt Door to the' Sbntisel Om,,  Barkerville, 29th Juno, 1867. ��������� .UFFIC^  STEAMER  ..     Leaves yale  1st  ^NOTICE1. .   ;  JL.:heretofore carrib'S / on Sunder Iho' st vIc of Oppiiu ���������  heiraer.&.;Co.,aud;later under the manugement of tim  .Trust^sbfsatd'/firmVwiirJ^^ut be carried tin by  C. STROUSS: All outstanding debts of said Arm will  be collected by the undersigned.   ���������  ������������������y     ���������     '"  ;:---;- '-"   ��������� C. STROUSS.  October 12,1807.     .  At EIGHT o'clock, A. M., from 1st of October to  Nevembor. w  FARE  TO NEW WESTMINSTER WTT t  NOT EXCEED ONK DOLLAR vT*  Yale, Sept.,19, 1867." WM. IRviNG;  ress,  Dissolution of Partner shit)  ly at work in  1861 we'pe 543 ;   in  mHE PARTNERSHIP .HERETOFORE EXISTING BE-  1 tween J. T. SC01T .and: -CHARLES JUcHARDY, as  &iloon-kecpers in Barkerville, is'this day dissolved bv  mutual consent. ��������� ������������������'  .The business will hereafter be carried on by Charles  ^lcH;������rdyr\vho is empowered to collect all outstanding debts, and will pay all indebtedness of tholate  tirin. ���������'��������� ...:���������..���������.-.-  ������������������ .'���������  - ���������'���������;;       ���������'.- .johnt; scott,..-   ;:  -       .-.������������������������������������.��������� .---��������� ;     ;������������������/���������       CHARLES iicHARDY.  . .Barkerville, October^ 1867.      ' .      =>  /^toes^d'by^qo;^������ .'-���������./���������''.     ���������';/,.';���������  Grroiise Creek;  ;   F, HERRE WILL RUN A  DAILY EXPRFw  ..   between-Barkervillo and Grouse Crooi-   n  ,- sm������U parcels,  letters, .coHccUoul-.-w ^J?'    I  -Rlwir{r^lomanils Tor sub?url|Hions to't'he CAmnt "���������"  SENTINEL, or any olbfir NCirspspcr '    R1B0������ ���������  -Otllces: On Grouse Creek, at M.Proger'sS'ore   tn  Rarlcerville,  at W. . F.. Herro's   domicile,  sEL.  July 20,1867.        ...  that could be desired, for comfort and cohveujccce  The Bar is supplied with a complete stock of, V.W-  ;;  Liqcors and Cigars. '  ���������*��������� i  ..-.$������- Wkll'-'Axr'cp Beds  may be had at a moderate charge.  .  Julyl. 1S67.    .   .      2ra  THE  lB64^the  number rose to 616, but in tbe moi ths that I  was iii tbe country in 1867 they fell to 320.  fhe nun be of \ />J.end paying minis in 18GJ-  -was58; jU'the end oflS6b\bere wai^6. The  amount of the produce of the' mines "'within  ���������fcbe Stanneries-in lSb'l was .190.77.8 tons of  copper ore,..having,a v.alue'of ������1,004,915. In  Ig&O there was< -produced i38/H-i ;toris^f-o're-  >|iaymg/.a-Talu/���������i^ The produce of  the tin mines iu 18(ilSvas, 'i6,9.63- tons bf ore,  baring,a value pf-^^793,6.98.    In' 1866 there  'W$a* produced :ir>;089. .tons of ore, having a  yalue of ������75^00.0., -,In,; 1861/ there ;|rere in  'p.eyonshire 2;36i. miners abbv^: 20'years of  .agev^and1.in Gorhwall 19^159,'���������ma'feitfg. a total  of 21.523 miners of and above the age of 20?  Within/the last IB montba^,3S0; miners iave  left Cornwall   and. Devonshire^   and, 11-321  havi:been thrown out of employment,;: leav^  ing 3,1?41 ai present remaicling' in the district  tbro.wp out of, employment;  and this num-  ber.wi.ll be increased by about 500, who have  beerr/|hi������ownout of employ nient, by the stop-^  page, a fortnight ago, of the St. Pay United  Mines. /These7>370cnien>who have left the  ipountry have left about��������� 20.000- behind: them  wbowere dependent upon': thern/ and there  are about 50,GO'() dependent upon those who  are left.:^ :70,000- tle-  pfendentup.ou thelndustry ,of miners ab6ve  20 years of age. In making this epmp'u'ta-  ..tiohj I hay^eft the lead mines of Cornwall  pot bfilthe calculation; what I have said ap-:  plies.bnly tbflhfecppperand tin mihes in the  ^|������anjienes/ ^Qfthe: 26 dividendpaying'-inines/  within the.Stanneries,'.- sdme/:are\ making far  largerreturns lhan'others; some are actually  paying dividends; out of reserve capital. Under the circumstances just mentioned, seeing  that so'large a number of mines, in Cornwall  CELEBRATION  .;��������� OF/THE��������� ���������  "'���������   E.0KD,  Pniprietrcjs.-  H>  mm  G;isiaiL  ASSOCIATION,  iWILL'TAEE   -PLACE   ON .THE- ��������� THIRTY-FTRST  ;V?;^^ct^ber^iDSfc;:/{gi;/.HaHow's Eve),  at W. Albu's  Saloont C.tmt!rp.ntdri;.'  at  .: C Q S M O POL I TAN;  ��������� ���������':::.���������: ,;���������';;.   /feARKERyiixE;   :;. y^y"'  HP"** UNDERSIGNED HA VIXG" THOROUGHLY RE.     '   ���������  ���������* patronage.   His -Bakwy Ka*k.���������������  ���������wj.uu-4&s*fi>^i~*&-*���������.������������������.-^:.^a^r-:..-        ���������.-��������� ^->    ��������� ^        uutlergone repair, and  lie is.now ready 'to esecuta  ^^~ (.l^?JP^������.^Pftfeshmcnts, cttf.,) may be bad ;orders from all .who wish good' bread." v  ffl^S^M^-pWott^fi each. -. i.     ... ���������:..  JACOB VELTE, Proprietor:  ?W.in^cess; of:thosoK/requir.?d bv members of the  '  as?0ci^!ph;:aiiie:arjy^i>plicaa������m should bo made  lis  October/ 7,1S37:  NOTICE.  Wira REFERENQETofTHE ORT)ER: OF ROK.  x !, u -\31''^-1' ^,>l(l Commissioner, directing; thatf  buUheads��������� sh.ould be erected; and ki-pt inrepaTr by  .the sqyerftl mining 'Cqmpanios on Williams Creel/  w b i ch ord er was d a ted 5 tir : June^ 1867,' it.', has b een  reported to me that tbo buikheads:orectefl uiider ������aid:  ordeiy haye not^been^properly k^tjn r^airi^iid^re  ?^������r^ent W ^dilapidated "and?uha'iifn* coniiitioii���������> I  therefore direct that all such bulkbouds be TorLbwItii  repfiired, and made iuto a sound and firm comiUioh  to the Satisnictipn of 'Thonicfij SpeJman. ^ea.pral lore'  mam/, r .......   c .BKBVy   - -^^  , Sept.- 30,1867. : -. ������������������ Gold Commissioner  EXPRESS   notice;  r^'FTER  THIS  DATE.   BARNARD'S.. EXPRESS I?  .      . Kxpru...  every:SUNDAY AFTERNOON,  and close for below  je very; WEDNESDAY, at. NINE o'clock. A.M.  vf^ ROBERT POOL,  B^eVillc, May 29th, 1S6T.  Asrent.  TJ ORSE SHOES AND  For sale by  Sept. 30,1867.  HORSE SHOE .NAILS.-  ���������      E. PEARSON' & BROS.,  .  .;-y?;.'v i'--V     :V^--- Biu'lceryille.  In the ���������matter of tho Estate and Effects of DAVID  v ���������; ���������������������������WHITFORD, Froe Miner, late of the Held Claim,-  y . Conklius Gulch, deceased, Intestate.  ^.llPersons who are ixdebted. to thi*  i?l aboveTEstatc, nre required to pay tlie amounts  due forthwlM������, and all persoii's tvho have any claims.  agai nstthe. a ho ve rs ta t o, ������ ro req h f red to sen ii in their  accounts on,or before FIRST NOVEMBER, 1867, to  . 'A: ,-. -CHAS. E. POOLE V,  '"=;���������.:   : .;' Olllcial Administrator.  pl)ated-Rjchnelri, 1st August, 1507.  Clinton City, .  BEITISH :  C O L IJ M BlAifc  FeeFs remedy, in the shape of a Roman Catholic College, supported from the national  purse, has no.t had the effect supposed by its  supporters, from the simple fact that it  wounded the feelings, of the Irish people in  having the means of educating the clergymen  .of tbe largest portion of the people doled out  to them lik^ mendicants.   The whole form  are being worked at present at a loss; the ad.  venturers generally; would, I believe., be too  glad to' have the excuse of an addi tional burden in the' shape of rates to get rid of tlie cost  which they are now. incurring, and a iarge  number; o f m ines wo ul d be: clo sed. I h a ve  read the Bill n6 w before; the Committee,, and  understood' it .that . the' occupiers would  be rated, and it is my impression that the  effect of the passing of the Bill as it is now before us would be what I have just described  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  (Before C. Brew, Esq,)  , / Thursday, Oct. 1.0. IS67.  Alturas co. vs. Floyd co.���������Defendants to  show cause v^hy they should not be ordered  to remove a dam placed by them in Sioitfs  Guleh, immediately below plaintiffs flume  Judgment���������The defendants to be allowed one  qpHE SUBSCRIBERS, FOR; MANY YEARS PRO  XpHetorsof the Twenty-Nine. Mile Hrmsu,DouKhs  Sl������M������, f nounce that having parcl!ased the  Clinton Hotel property, they are prepaid to niinrd  excellent nccommoilaiiun to the trnvollinr mthllr  .Tlietob e .w] Hat all times ha wdlsnnpllcd X he  Bar will bo foumJ tlie choicest liquors  Ample :-8tablina for animals, and the, host of feed  constantly, on jiand. ..  They respectfully invite a call from their old custo-  mer^-aswe 1 as the travtillln^pdUflc-ff������i>n.llv  -/Clmton.B. 0., gept. 17,1867 J. SMITH & CO.  GREAT   ATTRACTION.  Crystal Palace  Saloon J  BARKERVILLE, '.  MUNDOBF &,CO., PROPPJETORS.  BEG TO  ANNOUNCE ^*T  THE  ABOVE  MEV-  if1?. . ^.t^LNG, the 21st inst., whoa nil lovers of rlu������  flight m������tetio������ are invited to call' ,Bd enjoy Si^:  CAMERONTON,0 '  ;  Haye Just received, and offer for Sale, .  ES1LE  OR RETAIL,  . AT LOW RATES FOR CASH,     .  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  . ���������CONSISTING OF ���������  Brandy���������3lfartel 1, Hennessey, and Otard Dupey.  Wines���������Port, Cherry   Burgundy, and Claret; San'  terne's French1 White Wine ; Sansevalne's Oall*".  fornia Wiiitu Wine.  Champagnes���������Bouche and Napoleon's Cabinet.   ./,.  Bitters���������Boker's, Sansevalne's, Orange and Hostfit-:  ......   ter'������, Vcrmoutb, Abscnthe. Peppermint and Amu*;  ;: sette.    /���������   /���������.-,'..���������  ,. ,/Vl; .'������������������",-.  Old. Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky..  Also on hand���������500 gallons choice brands of Brandy.  Wines, Whisky, Rum, etc. ���������.;  Goods received on Si'obage or Commission, at-tw.,  lowest, market rates.   1st July. 18Q7. 2m  MUSIC AND  "The: bi  .  UANOIN'G EVERY  EVENING ���������  to oe mSJiW b"?88' u<im,rs A a** "'"J*  Tho strictest prder observed.'  Sept, X9, 1867^ -  Plio.tograpli 1 c Artist,  HAS2COW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  atBICHFIELD, and i3 prepared to. take  Ctirtes <ie Visite, Timbre do Poste Portraits, Arobro<  ty pes,,; Loath er P i c tnf es, M Ha notypes,; VI ews oi  Hmiseli, Claims, etc.., .Single or Stereoscopic.    .  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Linen or Gokob  Cloth.  Richfield, 12tb August., 158T,-  u I  H  WttSJMvi^^  mm  m  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  MONDAY/OCTOBER 14, 1807.  A New. Tdw&���������A meeting of the miners  and other residents on Musquito and Red  Gulches, was held at; Mr. Babbitts store, on  the evening of Friday. 4th instant, for the  purpose of naming their new and growing  township. Over eighty persons assembled,  and the meeting having been duly organized,  a resolution was unanimously passed, declaring that the town should henceforth be known  and called by the name of Centreville. Several speeches were,made on the state of the  country generally, and the Musquito diggings  in particular';' after which all joined in drinking-a bumper toast to the future prosperity of  Centre vi lie.  Mr. Birch was at Quebec on August 31st.  He had an interview with Lord Monde, and  we are not surprised to learn from our New  Westminster contemporaries that the Governor General, after the interview was closed,  saw great practicable difficulties in. the way  of carrying, out.the scheme of including this  Colony in the Confederacy just now. Of course  Mr. Birch's 'mission' to Quebec is to misrepresent the condition of affairs here, so. as. to  prevent the scheme being consummated just  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WILLIAMS CREEK. ���������  The rain which fell quite heavily during  the past week, has not very materially increased the volume of water in the creek, at  least not to such an extent as to create any of  the usual apprehensions concerning the dan-,  ger of an overflow. In fact it is now the general belief that there will not be any"fall  freshet. Although this would be greatly der  plored by all classes of the community, still,-  if the weather will only remain open, as at  present, for a week or two longer, a large  quantity of the precious metal Will yet find  its way into the pockets of the miners before  winter sets in. We are glad to see the claims  above Richfield, all busy at work again, and  still more so to learn that they are getting  out good pay. '  . The Wilson co. having erected a hydraulic apparatus, during the interval of their suspension from work, are now-making up for  lost time by rushing off their top dirt in large  quantities.���������McLaren co., who are also hy-  draulicing, washed up last week about 70 oz.  ���������Brouse co. took out for the week 25 oz.���������  Dutch Bill co. have commenced drifting and  are taking out good pay ;��������� week before last  they had 16 qz., and last week. 30 oz.���������Stead-  man co. are making about wages.���������California  co. are averaging about $10 a day!���������Tyack  TELEGRAPHIC.  ..:, . A'. Novel .Wedding .Ring for Htgh Life.���������  -The recent marriage in England of Lord Milton to Miss Laura Beauclerk, second daughter  :   of Lord Beauclerk: was: distinguished by' a  'circumstaiice. of: uncommon, occurrence in  .high life.   Some years ago, it .will be remembered, his lordship came overland to British  Columbia,   While here he visited the mines,  and for bis:amusemeut took a short spell at  ...the pick aiid shovel and unearthed some gold  '  which he carried with him to England.   A  portion of this he himself-4so it is stated .in  an English paper���������manufactured into a ring,  ,. and on his wedding day, this ring was placed  . on the finger of his bride.���������B. Colonist*. '���������-./'  Hospital ��������� Bene fit.���������A rrangeraen ts h a ve  :; been made by Dr. Bell, so tliat the entertainment volunteered by Professor Hermann, for  . .the benefit -of the hospital,.will come off on  /Wednesday evening. We .trust the public  ��������� will oxte n da li b era! supp ort to so 1 audab le  :'ah'bbjec^/'/.,.--.;;v\/''';^= .'-.--.��������� y ���������-.:,-���������.���������..-/.;��������� ;:'.:'./-;.;  :A'Yoyage. from. Liverpool to Glasgow  in a Canoe.���������The latest novelty in the shape  of extraordinary voyaging, is the.trip commenced by Mr. P. Poole,-a member of the  Thames Canoe Club. This gentleman has  'started^in an Indian- bark canoe, on a voyage  from Liverpool to Glasgow.  , Express.���������Barnard's Express arrived yesterday at the usual hour, briuging unexpectedly a small eastern mail. For this extra  mail'service we are indebted to the arrival of  the steamer John L. Stephens, at Victoria on  24th ulto., on her way to Sitka.  Accident.���������A youth named Charles Todd,  son of our townsman, Mr. J.H. Todd, got his  right arm fractured at the Central School,  Victoria,-on the 3rd inst., by attempting to  stop a swing, in which another boy was  seated.  KED GULCK.  Considerable 'prospecting is going on here  at present with more or less success. Discovery co. made about wages for the week.-���������  Catch-it-if-you-can co. bottomed their shaft in  the creek last Friday..and washed out 4 oz.���������  Batcher co. are making wages.���������United co.  washed out for the week 24 oz.���������Montana co.  are sinking a hew shaft in'the bill.���������Cornbpus  co. have bottomed their shaft and are preparing to wash.���������Several shafts are being sunk  further up the creek, some of which will be  bottomed this week. On the whole, the diggings on this gulch look very promising indeed.   ; * .  ���������  LOWHEE CREEK, "y.  The water has not risen in this creek in sufficient quantity so as to enable the hydraulic  claims at the upper portion to commence  work, but those at the lower, end continue to  yield largely, the Calaveras co. having taken  out for. the-week 215. oz;, and tbe First Chance  cq. 50 oz. for the same period.  GROGSE. CHEEK.  It. was reported yesterday that the Roily co.  located in the creek a ��������� short distance above  the saw mill, had struck a prospect of $5 to  the pan. .We cannot.vouch for the truth of  the report.���������Heron co. washed out for the  week about 80 oz.   They; have got all the     .. ni     ���������-  .        ,    , .  ieitee; breasting ou^on opiniotum sufficienUestimony can be ;pro^   ;  ing Star co. have struck rich prospects about  400 feet back iu the hill on the west side of  the creek \ for the past week they' averaged  an ounce a day' to the band.���������Raby co. wash-:  ed out for the week 100 oz.���������Prince of Wales  co. got into good pay. last week.; on Thursday they" washed out 18 oz. froni two. sets of  timbers. .,  ."'   ;/'.'.���������'  -  stotjTs gulch.   . ���������'. '-f;'  ' All the companies on this gulch have resumed operations. The Alturas" co. .-washed  out for two days' work, 72 ��������� oz.���������TaftvaW. co.  for the week'40 oz.���������Jenkins co. from $10 to  $12 a day to the hand.���������Mucho -Oro co. for  the week 50 oz.  ���������        . .     C0XICLIN9 GULCH. ..  , Reid co. are running tap-drains from ,both  of their shafts, but .are ta king ou t no . p ay.���������  Ericcson! co. expect to gcfc on pay this week.-  ���������Lone Star co. are progress! ng very.-Vapidly  wi th thei r ' tu n be L���������Jus t-S truck j.'t co;; are  making wages.-^-Re n fr e w j: c 6! - com me n ccd'<  wash ing again oh; Friday, and cleaned up 24  s treaui ,-aria-\rcu-cc m meit ce  new ground this week.���������The Flume, co..have  been unable to take.out pay yet���������Discovery  co. are making about wage3:���������Short Bend co.  are ground sluicing.���������Caroline. co. ditto.���������  Reid co. washed up on Friday 4 bz.  ( '." '       /  LIGHTNING CREEK.;'        ���������_���������  Fifeshi re Lass co. are / maki ng. wages, as ���������> is  also the Sigel cp.-~Great -Eastern co.: are still  engaged in running a:drain; which will be  completed in the course' of another,;w-eek,  when they, will commence to take, out pay,' .:  ' At the mouth of/Amador, creek, a company  havens tar ted /a tunnel, which they intend' to  run with the view of striking, the old Discovery lead.   ���������'.    ;���������'���������"' .; ' ".-    '/'^ ;/'���������.- ���������"���������    '���������    -'"' ,'���������'.. /���������:���������:;.  y :;.; ' - - ��������� ';-last chance creeek.; ���������'���������/���������'    '....;-./ ���������  ���������? The Prince ' of Wales '��������� co.. are; doing well.  >-TlVd Gray co. .took".out 2.4 oz. last week;y.  .;.,./!   '..    . .'   ,STEVENS . CREEK. '.  .This creek, which gave such flattering: promise Jast spring of b ec o ming a new field for*  the p ?6fi tab le emp I oy men t ��������� oh a' ��������� large' b urn 1^ er  of miners, .has not, sq fa.r, come^up. jtoj.^e.iierkl  e xpectatio n .r ��������� ^ Th e: i e w'/^ com pan I es\[ w h 6 a re  still' pro secii ting .their:,; researches alter : the-  [From the Coloriist- and Chronicle. 1  . Honolulu, Sept. 12.���������The Reciprocity treaty  between the United States and the Hawaiian.  Islands was being favorably discussed. There1  was every probability that the treaty would  be ratified; ��������� . ' '���������;���������;  " Nashville, Sept. 27;���������Grant telegraphed to  Thomas telling him that the military can't be;  used to defeat the executive of a State in administering the laws of the State; Thomas  therefore .sustains the State authorities,- and  accordingly an election of officers appointed  by the city has been withdrawn, both conservative' Candidates are also withdrawn; and  tbe election will be. quiet and peaceful.".;  Galveston, Sept. 27.���������Nearly the whole  command of the 15th.infantry, including Col;  O'Connor and his wife, have died1 at this place  of yel 1 ow fever. ; ���������' *���������'";:.'. .:.     ���������'      .' - -  New Yorlc, Sept; 27;���������The Times - special  says a settlemeuthas been effected in the case  of the Government against Frazer. Trenholm  & Co.   The terms are not made public.      " ���������. ;  The Herald's Richmond special says, it isi  now definitely settled that 'Jeff.: Davis' trial  shall take place at the November term of the ;  Circuit Court.   Chief Justice Chase has. expressed his intention^to preside.- ; :  Sept. 28.-r*Tudge Underwood and District  :    KEGGS GULCH.  Small-Hope co. are busy ground sluicing,  and making wages.���������Ancient Briton co. have  not reached bed rock yet, with their tunnel,  but' are in daily expectation of doing so.���������  There is a company at work about a mile further up the guich, who are making from $4  to $5 a day.  Large Strike.-A company of Chinamen  who have been engaged for some time past in  working over old ground on the Grier and  Point claims, below Richfield, are reported to  have struck a small unworked crevice, week  before last, from which they obtained $10,000.  Death of Lieut. Sparshott.���������This well  known and popular young officer, many in  this colony will be grieved to learn, only survived his arrival home four days, having  died of fever contracted on the Isthmus of  Panama.  We are informed by the Recorder, that the  total number of companies who have recorded claims on Musquito, Red and Whip  Saw Gulches, since pay was struck last summer, amounts to seventy-two.  Suicide.���������An insane man, named William  Nixon, committed suicide in New Westminster jail, on 2Sth hit, by strangling himself  with the end of a blanket.  High Freights.���������The freight on goods between Yale and this place, is ruling at 20 cts.  per lb., at present, with every prospect of an  increase in the rate.  Assay.���������A recent assay of silver ������re from  the Harrison Lake lead, gave a return  of seven ounces of silver and a few pennyweights of gold to tbe ton.  It is rumored that Judge Bcgbie has resigned, or is abont to do so.  MOSQUITO GULCH.  Every week adds more   convincing proof  of the permanency and richness of these diggings, and marks the locality as: one of the  best that has been discovered since the advent of Williams creek.   We were agreeably,  surprised to see the great progress that ha's  been made in the shape of improvements since  our last vishUo this place ; the whole of the  lower portion of the dividing ridge between  this gulch and Red gulch'has been reclaimed,  from the forest, and is now studded with neat,  comfortable cabins, evidently built for winter use.   A town has also been founded, consisting at present of three  buildings,  but to  judge  from the number ofuewones  in process of construction, and tbe prices that are  paid for suitable sites, it will not be surprising to see this  embyro   town   soon assume  goodly proportions.    A large billiard saloon  is now nearly finished, and we notice that Mr.  C. Nelson, from Lillooct, has just finished his  oven, which is in great requisition 'at present.  On the whole, everything around  this  camp  wears an aspect of activity and hopefulness  for the future,extremely refreshing to behold,  and we have no doubt from what developments have already been made that this will  be the most attractive mining camp next season^  We have been unable to ascertain the proceeds obtained by the various companies last  week, the only one we have heard from being the Minehaha co. who washed out for the  week ending yesterday 112 ounces.  It was reported yesterday that a big prospect had been struck in a ravine.near the head  of this gulch. We were unable to gather the  particulars.  CALIFORNIA CREEK.  Throughout  the  season,   two  running a drain to tap/the water in their  shaft.���������Newberry co. are making good wages  ���������Flume co. are drifting, and taking out small  wages.���������Higher up the creek, a company are  engaged in sinking a shaft.  Narrow Escape.���������A few days ��������� ago, while  Mr. G. B. Wright was driving a.buggy along  the road near the 150 mile-post, one of the  wheels, struck a rock and upset the vehicle.  Mr. Wright having his hands entangled in the  reins, was dragged some distance by the  horses, receiving several bruises, but no dangerous injury.  Where Were Quit Specials?���������Yesterday  afternoon several skirmishes took place-in  Barkerville, but as is usual on such'occasions  neither; of our worthy special constables could  be found, although diligent search was made  for them.  Leech River.���������The water is very low at  present at these mines. Two companies* are  prospecting the bank above Kennedy Fiat,  and one company at Devil?s Grip are making  good wages.  The Victoria municipal election "was to be  held on Wednesday last. For the position of  mayor, three candidates were named : Bon.  W. J. McDonald. Lumley Franklin, ap.d Geo.  Pearkes, Esqrs.  The Williams Creek Bed Reck Flume Co.  have commenced washing up their flume. On  Saturday, they had cleaned up about 150 ft.  at the upper end, and took out about $1500.  The assignees' sale of Wibon & Murray's  stock, took place at Victoria, on the 2nd inst.  The goods realized fair prices.  companies  Ik the late European w;v:-f an Austrian soldier who received a bullet in his thigh, was  taken prisoner, and was r^ont to the hospital.  He remained in bed fifte t>n days, eating turtle soup and drinking the best wine. At  length it was considered necessary by the  Prussian physiciau to examine the wound for  the bullet.   " What rAre you after?" exclaim  ed the soldier,  was the reply.  m.struments?"  " booking for the bullet,"  " V v'liat! with those horrible  u Just so."   " Theu don't put  cured to convict Jeff. Davis. /The^ friends of  Davi s assert; that ho i3 wi Hi ng for a trial;   ���������  /London^Sept.28.-^.Feniah riimbrs are ;ciir-:   ;>-  rent. /It^s; announced to-day that ' another1   ^  Fenian cruiser, has been hovering about "tlie   -"  Irish coast; The Govemraehi is taking every   \  precautio n to prevent an ou tb reak.   ;.    * ;!'        /  ; The Pope has sent'a<messagevtd> Napoleon.; I .:  thanking him for the arrest bf Garibaldi. '.; ��������� ;  ' The government'dispatched a number . of.'    ���������  guns and guards tb; -the south western cbast of    .:. ���������  Ire 1 and.: I: Fears; are enter tain ed th at'. tb e Fen:     ''  ians emboldened by their;success at }lanches- \  ter,- will attempt -. to ^release 'Cap ti Mori arty;;  ' ;;;  now undergoing -sentence.' of ��������� imprisonment; ���������.:���������'".  Thirty Fenian / convicts::. were tranWerred: id  Portland for safekeeping^;. ;���������   ;:- ;A'.;',y,'[   ���������'������������������i-  Ad vi pes fro m Go ti^tan tin 6 p" le say th at 'Dm at y :j: :  Pacha has withdrawn his resignatio n iwid; wi 11 \./. y.  retainconnmand hi CaudiaV' -./���������   .'*y}y���������::'.'/^''-.:.'���������''yU  j'.. New York,;.Sept; ^S^-Axab\&.\dispatchVto,'/������������������. ��������� \  the7Trib.unej/dafed^nstanUhbplej ^aysj 'Rns-yy^  sia's demand 'for jcession of Crete: to', iGreecS y}y '���������-,  an d;the ^quali t^bf l^istians^ejb  ]gnatip^,weht^\make hi^rep^tjtb^het/^a^^^^  and has just returned, ^i The Czar yecUnes^^^?^:  see the Sultan^naviog; nothing-^ree^lfe^l-p- ^3  say.'". N.ei ther-re cedes from hisp6sitio^^:vH^ ^<:; ;������������������  Accounts from Athens say that a:laJvge;i>ar-V:v;  ty; i n Greece": iaVor. deposing the ;\King.': and ^..  proclairnirig.a republic-under the- protector-...  ate of the Unite a States or annexing it as "6ii4  of the. States..:   .: ::\   ':    -���������.-,-. /:''-/'���������.  Berlin; Sept. 28.,���������Kiel will be* immediately ���������  fortified by King William and garrisoned\by  Prussian troops; :-������������������. '���������;:���������, "!--'/'"! ;'->r; "���������'.'-.'���������..  Constantinople, Sept. 29;���������THo Sultaii has ;;  sent a.commission, of enquiry, consisting qf  40 Turks and 30 Greeks; to investigate the;  .  aftairs of the Island of Cahdiai  Ottawa, Sep t. 29- ���������It is said that the ' New-.  found laud parliament is about to assemble ���������  and: will ask for aduiissioa to the Canadian;.  Confederation. '.;':-      ;.    ..'."'.  The Canadian pai^liaiiienit will pass resolii-'  tiohs admitting the Hudson Bay territory.  . . '.  Florence, Sept;/30.���������Garibaldi hits refused; ,  to gLve.parole.not.t'o renew hostilities against  Rome. , -��������� - :'   ���������'  '���������- ������������������   " ..'       .;.  It is rumored there will be an immediate . .  change in the Italian Cabinet. .'    ..'   -���������.'���������'.'  ���������   London. Sept. 30.���������The Pah-Anglican Sy-    .  nod have issued in address condemning Ritu-.  alism and Popery, and Peeking  to  promote  unity in the Church;  Chicago, Oct. 2.���������The Intelligencer official'  ly denies that any steps have beeu taken in  regard to the trial of Jeff. Davis.  Washington; Oct. 3.���������Henry Howard, attache of the British Legation, was married today to Miss Cecilia Riggs.  General Grant in a recent conversation  with two Republican Congressmen, in reply;  to a direct question, said if it should appear!  to be the will of Providence and the desire of  the American people that he be President, ho  would not feel at liberty to resist one or disappoint the other. General Mower telegraphs  Grant that a Convention is called in Louisiana by a small majority.  A dispatch from Montgomery says that one  hundred thousand voles had been cast, nearly  all by negroes. All are iu favor of .convention.  San Francisco, Oct. 3.���������J. C. Dclabigne, ti  years of age, one of the priucipal merchants  of San Francisco, committed suicide this  morning at his residence. ^       .  Letters were recieved yesterday via Hono-  Rns-  -y-ry, mmssBm  BOY OR GIRL.  One day last week a babe, only a few days  old,snugly enveloped and carefulfy packed in  . 6 basket, was;found on the front steps of the  city hall.   Some little girls, carried it into the  good Sister, who immediately decided to care  : ��������� for the foundling until it was reclaimed-, or  -could be sent to the Orphan Asylum.    First,  . however, it was necessary to have it baptized  '' and for. this pious purpose it<was dispatched,  : in charge of the little girls, to the father con-  ' lessor of the institution..    ... ���������'���������:������ v      . ;.  .Arriving at bis room and announcing their  '���������-.'mission, the good/father conducted them to  ;the chapel, and taking the, little "waif" in  bis armsV.wbile the young devotees looked up  with'ali their eyes, he asked.the usual question " Boy,or girl V7,':\. .-./.:.   ,yi . -  V,; ��������� This was.a poser.   None;could answer, it,  -'^ind it was repeated.-./��������� ;-.         ��������� t -.���������...-���������.���������"'-���������*;  ��������� .:* Don't know, your reverence," one of the  youngstersventured to stainmer out. ', ,\  ���������;;,:-;." Then take it out of doors and ..examine,"  ' ordered the good father.   iiy������ ��������� ..- > :i;-.  . l:..i Thet girls.departed and; returned, and in  ! answer to the inquiry from ;the eyes of the  "^rieat, one of the girls said;,^boy," and blu3h-  ?��������� :ed all bver./-v���������'.; -,yy..\ i': '��������������������������� #ft' ��������� -������������������ ������������������"��������� ��������� *'���������J --''-- ������������������  ;. The:ceremony b'f .-baptism was then -- com-  i^Iefced^dJ&girls  charge bearing- the, name of, the Saint of % the  1/day, returheditb:tbeSisters^^They inquired  ��������� itbejuame ;, .said it /was a nice one, and; hoped  vine- child- woul^  ���������; bore,:-to5alUofwtiicli; the^ttlef girls dutifully  ;itep^eSi"i^:Hb:p^6;.,/.'^ It; wai;decided then -, to  ��������� Jfetirpoie apj^priate^clothiug:was procured,  :-ini;tbelarrangement.pif;wliich^a.startling \dis^  ^very<was- mide-^-the ������l tio^^asagirl !��������� r. "��������� ���������'-.  :'}What/was-"to beCdbiiei^It would rie ver^xlo  ^ to'.bave-i^giri/wi&a'b  ^iwnae^^liberalmn,; ^justifiable  amount;:of  ^r^he^gr&ye amusement;at������tbe awkwardness  [ ?"������C$iieil^ of the ybung  ^fiJevbteesj::;tbey^erer/sen^gback   with;;;their  >r equalling; charge. to;;^e;goo������t^ther to ^rectify  ^tbe:mii3take: ^The^rite ;had$eeii properly^per-  yjforme;a\fbfthe-^  /applied, so, ^it^: ;a/;aii .//innait������e> enjoyment; of  v$hefhmoCj#^  ::"minati6n to^the mascuiine;riame, and sent the  i^arty^backto lirbuble^b ori the  ^uestiii^  flpi^y ^������i^0;'yy^ci&. ifciS&i S^-kM. &i. :*.  NEW - ADVERTISEMENTS.  ing  ES   P.  T  Druggist,  BARKERVILLE.;  "A3 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE Selection of Drugs and Patent Medicines; inclutl-  ...* the celebrated Golden Balsam, uQu;. Murphy's  Mixture?, for the complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Alsoa great variety of Sarsaparillas, Hair Brushes,  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soaps,1 Lubin's Extracts, Rose Water /and other Perfumeries, Garden Seeds, &c, &c. ^ ; ��������� . _... .  - Just received���������an assortment of Stationery,. Pocket  Diaries for 1867, and Billiard Table articles. .  /���������p. s. ���������Prescriptions.carefully compounded. ,- 1-s  FOSTER,   0������F   LILLOOET^  CHEMIST.  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENT  AS FOR'SALE, and constantly on band,  a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all tho Chemicals  used bv Physicians,' Photographers, Assnyers and  Mechanics.. Also the popular Patent Medicines, aud  Druggists1 sundries.  Retorts, Crucibles, Muffles, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc., etc  PRESCRIPTION'S  -    "   ' /..  mat '  ..'���������.���������;,-���������  FAITHFTTLIT PREPARED.  ,'f.w.  FOSTER,  Chemist  B'-RNJAMIN  DQUG-tAS, Successor to A. C.  WELLS, Saddlkand Harness M:iker, Vale, B   C.:  jRSf A complete assortment of Stock constantly on  hand.  .;:"���������-'.-������������������'���������:'::; ���������;������������������'.���������:,'" ������������������/'-       " "'  : "" "���������' -A* '.:���������-:  :   :;   J; S.DEAs,  Front Stkbet, Yale, B. C, .V  BEGS TO ANNOti ;CE to the inhabHants of Cariboo1  tliathe-int������nv<s to forwaffV(as soon/as, the state.of  the Roads will perm it);' a largo an d ; vr ell /assorted  Stock of Cooking Stoves, which, he will dispose of at  PRICKS T0;SUIT TOE TEIE3. :'.,jv  ���������'.Yale, 8tlv April, 1867.      :'...   ,.. ������������������: ���������  j    1  S^ccoXding: tb.^bPebpte^~Hag?^ne> ^ere  ;' -is reason ;tp:/app re bend, at no 'distant d ay, th e  haimpst toital extinction of .this noble and : valuable :aniiiial. / It says that/anenprmous number of theri; are destroyed iu the cotirse of  ey;ery yearj often as unpleasant neighbors to  /iiaanrin their wild state, prone :to make havoc, with the rice;aiid grain field, but far more  persistently^ aiid. fully.;tolmeet tbe demands of  . co rnrae.r ce Yor the ivory of the tusks. Thou gh  ilie;iarge?t/and st^ongestbf all existing quadrupeds, tiife animal is j very readi ly I d ecoy ed  into captivity,:in order tor be domesticated,  and is as,easily slain by the hunters rifle. The  great btill. eleplian t pf. th ree; tons weigh t���������  , leader, of a herd-rgenerally falls.lifeless.in an  i nstant if a ball is. skilfully pi an ted in th e eye  or at the .base of the trunk, op- behind th~e ear;,  and "crack^sportsmen have been:known to  ki 11 right and left, one with each barrel. In  part of the. northern ���������. proTince of Ceylon;  upon the reward of a fe)v shillings, per bead  being offered by tbe authorities* 3,500 were  despatched in less than three years by the  natives. Sheffield: alone requires annually  the slaughter of a large army of the huge  pachyderms, estimated- some, years ago at  22,000, to furnish ivory for the various articles produced in its manufacturing establishments; and every civilised country needs a  supply of the material for the useful and or  nam en tal arts. Hence, not being prolific, it  is by no means improbable that long before  bur .hunaan story is oyer the elephant-will be  cumbered with extoct species.y   ; )  There once, lived in Georgetown, D. C, a  taxiner nam ed Anto ny Hyde; His sign was  ���������:aa;foliowSj-t-:'; ;���������,;': ..       ��������� 'A".  ' .      . Hyde*$ my bamei   l  '.; And hides I buy';..',_  ��������� :.;....;//';/.:.;V';;\-;...;l^urc^nts,fbr^een,' ;'/  :   Eight cents for dry.  ',;'.���������,..'//���������  ������H^*W������������^i>">������*i->"^" tmm^-^mm*~*������^i^^^m������m*mwmmmmmmmm> .  I  .ft Opp she goes/? said a lady of the train, as  it;was starting../ ;-v /'���������,'\���������;���������'  .'���������  . *f You have mistaken tbe gehder, madam,"  said Prentice, ** This is the mail train.,;  *'  " FIREPROiOT'WAREHOUSE!^/:  PARTIES DESIROUS of shipping Tr eight With Dispatch, willfinrt.it to their advantage by giving us  "a :call before engaging-elsewhere ��������� :.': - j " ������������������  ������������������-������������������,,���������.-.:���������.���������;;��������� .;;.-.;;-- ' -\ ALWAY & BAILEY. :/  ��������� ���������;YaIe,:Apnl8thv1867. ["-",:.'..-������������������. r    ��������� ���������'       .v-l-I;8.  :  yyy\:0^  DEALER IN Wines,.Liquors and Cigars/:'Coal Oil,  ; Coal.pil.Lamps, :&c.,���������:.���������:;:.. .;.; .  /-'. .\ : .y *. ;j  ;.- -,.;  :'-v I '::��������� ���������:'  ,:   in; BMsV aiicl half Bbls.  'Yale, Aprill8th, 1867,-  Is  Storage aiid Forwarding!  YALE, B. G.      ,  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE--LYT-  tox Route,, a re advised that ,'  KIMBALL k GLADWIN*  Rave erected an extensive Storehouse and Pock at  Vale, and are prepared to Receive, Store, aiid Forward  Goods.    Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Lowest Rates.-  Parties shipping goods tbrough us will please mark  to the care of . ' ''. .  I.s. . KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  ^AK: WINKLE STORE.  THE U^DERSIGVED be^s to Inform the miners and  residents in.& around V������m Winkle that he will in future keep an assorted an-! GOOD STOCK on hand; nnd  liop^s ������>y close attention to business, and by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the patronage of all.  . / Or'ers from outlaying creeks accompanied with tbe1  CASH, will be forwarded, with promptness and dis-1  patch.   ������������������'-;' "  j������������~ Terms CASH, without distinction.  1-s . J. W.  LINDHARD.  127  BLUE   TENT,  ��������� OR ���������  MILE   HOUSE.  ������V  Tlie  pariboo  Sentinel,[\  ...SEHI-WEEKIJY  FA?ER.,    ,  Published , Every Monday and Thursday.  ;   AttrAN & CO.. Proprietors.  0^tfkj&---BARKERVILLE, Williams Ckebk, Cariboo.  SubscriptiOii, $1 per "Week.  (irftW^riy^ ernt 4t ^Wry.)' 15vynW.������, to Wie ���������an'mi  THE .UNb.EpSlGNED^^ HAVING PURCHASED THIS  desirabhvproperty, is now Pr^pired to accommodate ilm travelling public. Tho tai������!e is supplied with  the very best of viands. The bedrooms and bods are  as. comfortable as could ho desired, and th" BAR contains nothing but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS:-'- ./��������� :���������' '  .  : A good stock of Grain and Hay always on hand.  ..3rd May, 1867v 3 .;' W. WRIGHT.  VIOTOllIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  CASAMAYGU be^s leave to state that he  -.~ >��������� has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Gro-  CERrps, &C.,,from Wharf street to the Brick Building  on Yates street, adjoining Cowper^s Boot Store, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.   .  He will sell his.Goods by Wholesale, at the lov/est  rates, for cash ���������   ���������" i.s  WILLIAM ZELNER, dealer in Drugs..Mkdi-  clnes ah<1 Chemicals, Fancy ami Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c. Physicians7 Prescriptions carefully compounded and orders answered  with care aud. dispatch;   Victoria, V.I. I-s  A.BULER & CO.'S  CHSAP Store.   LADIES' and GEST'S CAST OFF  Clothing bought and sold.   Secondhand Watches  Guns, Pistols, &o , for sale. *  jj������~ Gorernmont street o^^osUe th* ^5i������������tr9.   f*s  VICTORliTsEED STORE  Corner of Langley Alley and. Yates St.  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened the abovepteroisesjyYJ^a large  ��������� and well assorted Stock  ��������� OF ���������  FRESH AGEICULTUEAL, VEGETABLE  .    AND FLOWER SEEDS.  . The business of the late firm of Jay & Co., Fort St.,  anti Springfield Nursery, will be carried on by them  in all its branches. ...'."_��������� .-..������������������'."���������"  VFruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and Deciduous  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description. - .���������      lls  L O N DO K   HOUSE,  ;'   GOVERNMENT STREET,' VKTOPJA.'  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL.  J. H. TURNER & CO.  I3IPORTKRS OP  English & French .'Silks'* Shawls, Dresses, Uri  derclothing, Glovos, and every description of  Dr ������pery G^ods. .     :  ;..; Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  hy:&fl ��������� 1^"P vessels via. Cape JHom,.���������  \   jjcg- Particular attention civon to all orders.  .London Firm���������J. P. Tonstali. & Co.    . 1-s  :     ESTABLISHiED 1858.  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  STABLINGJor HORSI&  WILLIAM   McWHA,  LYTTON CITY, B. C,  Begs to inform the public generally that he has  STABLE & CORALL ACCOMODATION  On his premises, for upwards of 200 Horsee.  .     Hay and Oats for Sale cheap. :  'GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOft HIRE.  ,... TERMS   MODERATE. .     . 1.8  C. E;BOMBHOTt  BOSTON BAR,'B. C,  "^Tiolesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  LIQC0R5, DHY GOODS, CL0THl^G,&c; "la --���������  HOTEL DE FRANCE.  ���������  GovERNMKNT Street, Victoria, V. I...  THE RESTAURANT-is supplied with all the  delicacies of the season, and the sleeping accomodation is replete, with every comfort.     The best of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars; .:    ,   '   ���������     ;.-.������������������.   '��������� ' f   '.-.  . .;. i-s������������������;.  ;    J; EIGNE & CO., Proprietors. )  HENKV GREENBAUM, WHOLESALE LIQUOTt;  Store, Import'T������������f Fine Mk^kschaum Pipes, Stems  Mouthpieces^ Cigars and Tobacco,/Johnson street, Victoria, V.; I.    ;   .; ��������� '':��������� .,...:"., . I;S   ..  Royal  l^s  JULES RUEFF, CowMissmx Mfrchant,  Hotel Bull dim?, Wharf streefVictoria, V. I.  CLEAL'S C'FFEK E'cse .a>*d Rkctauravt,  ���������. ..'Government Street, Victoria, V. I. . This is. the  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Establishment in the City  The BAR is always supplied  with  tho.choicest of  Wines, Liquors an3.Cigars. '1-s  A ' FRA*NKEL, Victoria, V. I., Dealer in Furs,  r\_������ Skins; Hides,-Woot; &c. Liberal.advances made  oh Furs consitf ncd; :'��������� RC-'ferencc���������G. Sutro k Co., Rein-  hart Bros. Victoria, V. I.v."    . * / : . ���������'' l-'s���������..'  TS OPEN FOR THE. ACCOMMODATION OF THfe  j Travelling public; the bedrooms are .spacious ana  airy and the Beds cannot he surpassed for dm nit's oss  and comfort by any in the.tower country; the Table is"  always'supplied with, the best or victuals'.. Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Oats "and Barley constantly on hand.  coi:D  spa  }, ��������� BOYD & HEATH,;Proprietors,   ; -  THT? HOUSE Is sli uated 26 miles from Quesnelmhuth;->  The proprietors having lately fitted up bedrooms  and good Be<*s nrenow prepared to afford every accom.  modatioh for Travellers; the'Table is furnished with all  the luxuries that can be procured; tho Bar Is well sup..  plied with tho host brands of Liquors and Se/rarst pood  Stabling, Hay, Oats and Barley. :^S������ The CHEAPEST  House on tbe Road.' V ;/ /;   ; -     ;. l������s ' .  122 MILE HOUSS,  l '���������*-���������     -LAKE LA-HACBE. ���������''���������>. "  1 F.'WALTER?, formerly of the 94'Mittf: How'v  having purchased this Ranch, is now prcpiml  to accomodate the traveling public with G0ODMEAL9  and BEDS at moderate ratos. .      Is  fi    SUTRO ���������& CO., Importers and Deaters r>-  AJ".   giGARS, TOBArcO, Meershatim Pipes, &o.,: S E  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria s  KWONG, LEE & CO., Commission Mkrchavts, I>i-  p(������RTr.r.s, and Dealers in Chinese Good's, Victoria,  V.I., Yale, l.jllooet, Quesnelmouth, and Williums  Creek. Vs  MALLANDA1NK, COLLECTOR AND  GENERAL  It9 AGKN^T. G������-)vcrnm'*nt Stro.'t.. Victoria, V. I.    1-s  E  THE ASHGROFT HOUSE  /���������MESSRS; CORNWALL'S;      ;  :rt THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half, way bctwccD  /V.Sp;,nco1F Bri 'pe and.Clintori, ontho Yale Roijie?  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The best of  )ivine, of Liquors, and of Wines/ Fresh.Butter,Milk.  >m;l;Vegetables.; Good Stabling.and cheap feed. ^1-j ;  GOE O NIA Z  HOTEL,  SODA  CREEK.  A GREAT REDrjCTfON has boen made In the cbargei  at this establishment, so as to suit the times.  Moals, $1; Beds, 75 Ceiits.  .....    McLEESE & SENAV,  .  Proprietora.  May   1st,   1867. Is  DAILY and WKFKLY u BR1TFH COLO ��������� 1ST  an l VICTORIA CHRON4CLE." ' Or 'ers for mailing either the Duly or Weekly i^su^s of the above to  any part of Europ ���������, the United States, Cmada, Austre-  lia* &c , left at this office or sent to Victoria will bo  attended to. . Terms in advance. Weekly, I2mo������.,  with Fostaeo, $7 60 ; Cams, do., $4 75. Daily, 12  mos do., $23 ; 6mos do., $12 50.  OUR    COFFEE.  WE   A R E   F O R W A R D I N G   A  Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-flvc pounds  each.  WILSON k MURRAY,  1-s Fv.n street, Victoria.  THOS. WILSON & CO.  DIPORTERS OF ENGLLSII MERCBAD1ZE  ., Wholesale and. Retail,.  E.  86 MILE   POST,  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  TRAVELLERS x\ ill find every accommodation at this  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD/BEDS.       .  STABLING FOR HORSES.  TIMOTHY. HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROYD  BRO'S,  ���������   i.s  ��������������������������� .   Proprietors...  'J   **v������!  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.   1-s  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,    .  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  ANDIES of every depcription manufactured1 and  sold, Wholesale and Retail. 1.*  Pree Port for Ever I  WE THE UxNDERSIGNED TAKE pleasure In an-  tmuncing to our. nuuieruus custom<ro and "the  public, -that we will supply 11 icm with tho best French  Li'Athku Boots (duty. ir<;e) over oilVred in B. C.  ^^���������-At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, VI  1-s CHARITY & BUTLER.   .  J. C. BEEDY,  COMMISSION &   FORWARDING AGENT,  WILL  PAY PARTICULAR   ATTENTION   TO   SE-  l^ctinc:, purchasing, (tr forwarding Goods for tho  uppor country.  Any commission entrusted to bis care, will receive  prompt attention.  References :���������W. A. Meaoham, E. A. Wadiums,T.  Harper, J, J. Bsamlv.  Vfctona, Anril. 188t. t  The Bonaparte House,  CEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors, at _thj  0 Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads^ts  nowtWn for the accommodation of the public. ,Di3-  tanc* from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Lin- ing, 22 miles; irom Spencc's Bridge, SO mllps.  Travellers w.il 1 Ami prices and accommodations tt> smi  the limes. Give them a Call. Stabling, Hay & Gn������n,  attentive hostlers. Stages leave here regularly ior  Yale, :iD'i Cariboo . *������s  ri\HE U^DEKStG'ED IS NOW PREPARED-TO  1 ������f R t- i (jvi ' ry a ccom mod a tlon t< > th e truwll i ng pa J������*  lie, and hop>s: by a strict attention to b������pini;ss, w  Cigars.  4S- MEALS,  $1 50   EACH. -������������  ��������� The stabling for Horses is all that could he desired,-  imd the.char^es are very moderate.   Hay.f05wSt  per dyy, $2 ��������� Oats and Barley at the cheapestm������w  rates ���������*������"** ttav  The undersigned has a large quantity ofOAi a**  on hand, for sale in largo or small quantities.:  1-s JQHN PELLETIER, Proprietor^  BOSTON   BAB    ,  Illtemati^l���������^iHbt6l���������>���������������������������:  THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open for. tj*j  1  v. Hers.   Tho Table is supplied as iormerJy J������  the host the market afTords, and the Cooking cj"  be excell"d.    The Bar is stocked with the p������* *"  I"    quoks and Cigaks.  GOOD BEDS. .__.  mUAXU OTARTERS


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