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 WAyZA'A^iA  w*c.: ��������� ;-.: ..y ���������   v . t  \y.  ������������������&������������������.  V61.4.  ;/Barker^  VTSLEGRAPHIC}  ;       .'[Fromibe Colonist and,Chronical     ,.  /> A: IiOndoja, Septi y29;~.During the session of  %  the, Pah^niglican0 Synods the? writings of Go-  lepso \yerediscussed and^cpmleinned;   /    :  /    N^  < , to, September 21st.-: Gover^  : yersy w^assuming^fne>phase; yAu,Grecian  offictir; .Captain :Edehboro, made ^affidavit  that Gordon had entered into Negotiation  ��������� ^ Witb*biini^r  tioriaof-war.- * ��������� , Ay 1 AAy-*   A -   ';['���������>'  ��������� It is reported that a-Spanish:' sqnadronV under a Admiral Nunnz,*wiU;;bre: ;riittroi^e������jthis  winter, and the bombardment,of/CaHaoun-  - derfcalcen.y^fy yyyy^yy:yy,y - *������������������ Zyy^y  Btussela, Oct. 2;���������General' Priniv^Spanish  'revolutionist; has- been expelled fronr Bel:  giuhiywhere he had'taken, refuge.  A AiJ^h&P3!������>fi������k4-���������Garibaldi haringjefiiEed  to give'lirc^^ in  oj,4������r t{> allay: tbepopular Jexcitement, sent  bim to Paprera andiset hfm at liberty!; -Soon  -,after���������,his1,.arrival,; be- sud8enly ^disappeared  A from t the, island* and /succeeded iQ^reaching  theiv main land A Hiaraoy^meiits vrere watched  agajn^and he w;as��������� arrested,-and is how< under  .closeguard atCaprenu /��������� {f ������ \y.:'    '      .   , It is sa?dHbat;Sir Augnstin:Pagetf Minister  to Flcu^ucevwil] succeed Sir Frederick Bru^  .    ^ T^e; committee engaged' investigating "the  y affairs^of the' At]antit5vand: Great; Western;  Railroadi'have returned from America;-Their  ' report: is highlysatisfactory^ ,'...'  The)steamer,;^Quaker City4Sjat 'Alexandriav  and wili-leaye'Gibraltar^or;Kome on the 7tti.  Berlin correspondence assert? tbatrat a re-  y oent riveting of the Emperors at Salsbiirgi?an  , understanding^ was arrived' at as tor\the per-  . son they would vappoia't;as 'successor' to;Pius  , Ninth./,   V  ;'���������' ���������   ,-:  ' X y    '  , Havana, Oct: 4.���������The wife of Santa Anna  {has petitiohe^*^ularez(f6r - the releaseu efSlae  General Without.trial: y *; "*   '���������':/;r \ ".' .  , Loudon,-; Oct;" 4.-���������jMidriigbk-A  despatch  - from Florence says insurgents are in strong  position'at Bigrosa, in Vi turbo. ,: -They-were  at tacked by .Pap al troops ��������� there? was a;: sh ort  ���������sharp fight, aiid the attacking party was dei  ifeated^ joss not stated* $l%victorjKi8y very  inspiringfto the party in action.* ,  yAt a ptiblio. m^  terday; revolutionary speeches were made by  distinguished persons j similar'meed will  be* lie 1 d in oth er ci ties;" Garibald i ti as, issued  a stirring address at \Gap^rera,v reciting the  gxieyances of I taly, and urgin^his friends to  march forthwith to Rome* .- a   i.  Chicago,^ Oct.< 5;���������A - London report^ not  fully authenticated, says i thatf A&e������������������; king of  Italy has appealed to the great powers of Europe against'the provisions of the; September  treaty; which bind the^talian government to  provent an infraction IbOhCPope-svtemporal  dominion.\ ' y \ yZ/yy Ai      ������  ���������  Extensive grain j .operations by the* Fren ch  government and - lafcge* mercantile' houses,1  have red need the specie* ia the Bank of France  to a million of pounds, \A.y2.Ay\>-r-\       ''^yy  London, Oct. 5.-^-The report thafca" policeman had;been ,killed; by a; Fenian at Rochdale, is, contradicted.'*- ���������,%,   ,    .   -. -        .   ���������  TheJ autliorifcies received -advices-of avFe-*  hianiibtack on tbo ^armories, v J On ^he ���������nigbifiif  was expected, troops were;,ppstedr at the-  threatened p 1 ticesVA The;pfeca^iiapnarj measr  urespreyen ted an outbreak. / ���������  v The /Stan d i rd, i j U; a lead ing ed itorial; says  the general arming bjfV France excites; oppre--  bensions pf a wi nter cam paigri.  New York. Oct. 5.--^A- Montreal special  says a great fire is raging at St. Johns, near  Rouse's Point. It is reported that half the  town is destroyed. The authorities' sent engines and firemen to the relief of the town.  A New York special says that Grant anticipates soon ��������� being relieved from the war  Office. ���������'. ;   '���������'- y,A' A/[  ''���������"  t Washington, Oct. 5.-TThe Alabama convention is co livened by a large majority.  New York; Oct.. 5.���������������he'.-.- monetary panic  has apparently,ceased for the present. An  opinion prevails that the moneyy market will  be easier next week. ���������/���������// ������������������������������������'���������  A congressman, who is a member bf the  Fenian organization, bought a steamer of the  goi%nment by auction, at Brooklyn, re-  cermy, which is admirably adapted for blbckr  ade running. Suspicions crafts reported by  cable, are supposed to be vessels which! left  this port seven weeks since.; ;  WjvshingLon, Oct. 5.���������the. Louisiana convention has/been called -by seven thousand  tejajority.  TJn&TimeaJ special says, Grant eontradiots  tjiel statehieUt that! he1 bad Expressed/; willingness to. run for tresi^ent^ if tioniinated.;;. -, Z;  ;Fldrencet 0cW 6^-Despatches 'froim Rome  say the greatest alarnv prevails^ in that cityZ  Deputations aret arriving .there, and ^Jnemc^  rials;,;pouring. In jft^n-air parts of^the kingdom,^ demauding lhat 'Ron^ebe^ made the  capital!of Italy. The > press throughout the  country la urging .subscriptions for. .Garibal-  dtaaa who havo beeii wotirided in'ngKts at  yftUrbp^:'--;H j ���������: ��������� >.��������� ���������"; -���������; y.A yy Ah A ;:y2yy ^  loon lias informed the Itulian government  that it^^may pcciipy vthe Rotriari'territory /with  troops} bitt must not' enter Rome. >. \y \\ ���������  ."London^ Oct. T.frltis said that Lord Derby  will'spoh reBign the premiership..;;    .v* /Z  'The Times "say | ;Eu^afd) Thornton J the present miniBter, atRio^wilV be appointed^rambassador: to .the United/States,,     , '.' ; ;'.,,  ^Tbe "pioneerjsteamer of fchpv - Abyssinian - ex-  pediti&a hao-akeady-ssilodr^' ������������������ ���������- -������-*������"-(--  | ^liats advices report/ that a J>ie4truoiiYe fc  pbodnmsitedlthe liilrbor of Hongkong,tcaus-  inggreatinjury/to;sbippingi Sey^ralvessels  were drive^-ash\>re ;tbtaH  ���������jdaraaged.' ���������'> . -v - ',/ At ] j 'd V ,4, : 'Zi^'Z '  f Paris, Oct; 7.~-AphiIle Foidd/ the eminent  state8manrand\financier/died yesterday/aged  sixty-seveo.  , A report is current' thatiPrussia * receives,  with {favor the; .appeal of Italy to European  powers^ against the'treaty of September^ and  wi 11'support tbe dehiands-of Italy in ��������� regard  toRdtne.' '  y San Franciscdf,Oct. 7.-^The sections^of the.  great sea' wall' havejbeen, extended north from;  VaUejp street: abou i 180 feet;?andy tfie;^work is  being rapidly pushed forward/ A bout 600  cubic feet of roc ks\ are 'placed Jin! the embankr  ment daily. ,, '  ;   A heavy rain feiUin^tbis^city and surround?  ing'country-on Saturday-njghfc.        ,   ~    .    r  2; The Western,Union Telegraph; bark;iClara  6ell^ arrived to-day from Plover Bay', Eastern^  Siberia,.in the unprecedented timevof .nine-"  teen:daysv j SheJbrings th_ev.'captain andlcrew  of the ship'Golden Gate,-which was lost in  'the ice a year ago .''She also b rings - a. nil m-^  hereof metf who have been in the', company^  ijmployin^iberiaf "T^  to have, sailed} irainediately with balance of  ^raplbyees.^: yZyAyAAy Ay yyA'���������Ay/Ay AyZyAyZ  Z 'San FraticiscoV Oct. 8SJ-The^vWestern::;Union  Telegraph ^Company^s;f bar k' Ni gh ti ngale/ ar-;  rived to-day fro^iPlover^  ria, with:Colonel Bulkley aiid his men?  The  party were|allln excellent health 2 Jhebark  On ward; is iiolv; dtie with the; balance of the  men ahd^the^' prpk������r^ $t the. company. .All  the Uheiwbichithey havelconstriicted has been  abandoned; exgept a^sectibh-bf SOOmiles run^  nihg north from^New Westminsterj and: tefe  minating at a point within 250 miles, of Sitka,  to" which point it may ultimately be extended.     ������  ;    >        , >���������  ,  : SantFranctsco^ Oct. 9.-^-The agent.at ;Hon-  olulu of'the San Franc iscp and Eacifie refinery* has been successful iu renewing his con^  tracts with the Hawaiian ";planders, and on a  sti 1 Ifmorerliberal scale; ^The"resultsof these  negotiations will probablyjbe to improve the  feeling in this market for grocery gnides.  , San Francisco, 0ct. lO.-^-The squatter diffi-  cutty terminated in a ribt last night, during  which one mati was killed and;three others  wounded.^The;squatting^ party retained pps^  NE^; ADVERTISEMENTS^  ;NBW^^VEllTiSEMENTS^  ) [Z:2 fZ ^2/:BM^E������iLLE,:;f/ 2 V. #&y ���������  ��������� yy . 'xy   '���������'' '-.-*��������� y ;���������" *��������� '���������:-������������������-,;y-���������>- ,-��������� j^a-a , \*/*-*y  THE ^OPRIETORS:SKGpEAVE:^y^3^XrNCE^  la.to the public.tlmi they havo e!jfilai^UoSr6tti.r)il8li'iBidl)  nn.d;tiij6rouglily^renovatbd thelr^capaolous:jjiid^fasji-.;  ionable^aloon,. sparing nejtlierpaias,' nor expanse Act  the,'comfortsof. their Patrons'., ,  {   ,,, ,    '    y  /yy  ^Th'tS; t������iMw ihe^ iyrrf^lrtamtnrtopt t^til^t^'Slri&gfcm  Brlt'ish, Columliia ; iconsistin^'i of* tlire^'Inrpfo^Heptiraie"  unartmrnts: viz:;^TjARrX^R()OM,^BAtttROOM,^"and  BI TAX AKD'������������������'.. S A LOON.. cont^ in i iigy three: su perb i."B ilk  UARD TABLES. / ..     i' T'.^y A' y   ^     ,   -,  - Tho{bost: LlQHORSvand'^pItjARS ^ttiinahlc^aro  ciiatc superintendence ot the Propnetprs,, r -   ;;   - ���������--'  ���������  "    .;       ;''','. ADLERyl: BARRY. ���������"  y,Tune-.6th, 1867,   '  ��������� '   A   ' -"f.  '  4ra^1' y ,.  T'HE:������C^RTBbO'::Sl!LNT 'ftjjM ^  r^y'y'y-y . ^yyv;,, ~���������o__y y yiVyy/.y,y//y������  THE  STOCK, OF  THIS-OFFICfc--HAVING ^BEEjt-,  "con,<Wtrabl y.>Ufrrn<?������iefl ������by tlio recenTln)port-at(oiy  .of,a'ya'riaiy of^tiow O.^naiaental.Tyte^ecaUarly^slUta^';  for yy      y ;t -/Ay. y"- y/ ^ i ��������� /{ y - yyJ  ' . Posters,-Circulars, Cards/;: v J; y V-." 2 i v  yyy ^Bmheaas^ogmmmes fo������ i -: ,' =. ,    -    BalleVConoerts, and ���������/. * "���������'    '  ti yyy/yi A y i yATp&ait^^  , Orders for an V'.dcicH'ptfon "of Job "Work wlUbo a*4������  cuted^UhJia'fiatpVgSianti��������� despatch.  -,' ,��������� ;��������� k y ��������� ,"���������;*������',''  'ir, ��������� i "';.s;,"���������"���������< J8ST ^rras-thpderato. ';*������0i;-j AA- yiAy- .  yyyiy  .cy\ ���������,  yyr  yym  M  \'yy, y: fe s:-vTHbiiPSQN!;> ^Mswsi^ Z2' ,| v yyy /a ^ ������������������  --.     JAMES'ANDERSON, VlGK-PsESiDBNT.-        '    A  JOHN.MAbTi'A'UEN,^  ��������� JOSEPHS ClSRIHUE:  iJOSEPH.'PARK^y  ������������������};  'DiRSOTOni.;  THIS tSJSf ITUTlbN;^Np^  ^vj!Ie^fij^e4tiStri<iw:)it^^  comfort and jponvenienccpf the peoplo of.Cirihoo.  ��������� The'Read ing Room wnihe found supplied v^ith, the  latest English, Scottish;' '.Canadian, American" and .Go-  -ionii.il Pajlers aa'dj!M<������pazines:':7; 'AXAZiiA ':  A Terms;o;f. Subscript|on^S5jper^Qu4rter,;orA$2 -per  M'mth. Single-volumes loaned to non-subscrlbcrs at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit. -_>    .      .,- - -,   ���������,  y Persons not:subscribers/vis'iting the��������� Reading ^fepom,  and making use of the^Books and Papers, 25:cents 'for  each visit '    - ,  :: ,Tbe-Rboia-wiii- be open>from -TEN, Aiill., till -TENj.  p. m.    -; ,. jOhnbo'wron/. .,.:    y  ,,    '      " ������������������    ���������'   - " . -   Secretary and Librarian; /  ;vN,;B.i^A:fiiie^ assortment of Books andStationery. is:  always kttpt'for sale. :- r        13-s  WMm  m  ;:I;;;���������{1: ZMa^M^SWA^BZ. 'j) ^A^^a  .'   "   , B&ve just r^Jved a'choicp 'selection of    yy  o^.^Moi^Wo1o'iQ'NQ^IS61iifBli  '.' '"','.;' '���������yy^-'ipryA  Tm- PL A ������^ 11-N Bt -S H'E E ��������� IH-O^j.:  cvjv;,y^       r*      yyy/y.  kl'. with yarlQtis.other articles .In/fthelU line "of; Xr&te.l  -  All JoTJblh^injtheTiUi;.SheetIi^  Zinc trade attehdedftoj;?.ahd Avarrahted to give isati?fa^'  "Iol r..-<y\ y _      i   v  ;.;/:;  ?''/<*.  WimU  yy-imWy' TW'; shop;;.; ;;  THE UNDERSIGNED have'eommtnesd in tho ahovr  1 .busin^s/la^Barlcervillej' aaid sbiicit: a'aharcri^&iJtib'v  lie patronage.     ' ': ' -��������� '   '-' r'A  |fS|>eA;sp:^v v_rii ���������.,;.,.r..s...,...i,, ..,,.,.,.  y/yyAyZi. y yXAlwaiy s :.o m Han d yy yy y yyyyAyyy  New Work ,and JoWuig  />      sl   Done'atreasonable rates., :  ��������� -��������� JJSB5Our';Teams: rua regularly "between-Vale and  Caribooandrallorders inrburjiae"of business carefully;  attended to;     -"' <     - . ,A..,-'-,. ������  '';'MZy yy:.:;;,>;,R,:rI^teS03Sr &:BEpSff -  / ',; ' zyyyF.v.XEE,'., \ *  ", '"  - - ���������and'���������' y ;  ;  MINI-N;G    AGB.KT, "  Qolledtdri;;  ' m  v...._...^.,.,,,,....... ..,,,..,.���������,....,,.,. y%,,  '$ y i.o -  '    ?. yy   ��������� ��������� " rr-"r:    y y yy ,, .   _    ,,   .-  ,   ,;   '.u;  - :-y?y (08TXCB ~0r?O3lf E ''Nf5CUNtO,a;-BRBWERT.:\y:^y^s.  Umii imp    y$yy ' i   |W  ^l#iliSiii>;. ������U y 'y,z m zzm  <<f=������y  STEELE BEGS TO INFOItMlHIS OLD FRlENDSif -  and Patrons, di(>t !>c h^t1 npeued his OLD SIANDj ?5  h !i3i'e h������ y'n hv /u.d to ^evq thpro.  ;   r ���������    i - y%&> 'Meals'5 at - all Hobbs'^Qa  June!1<%1.8C7.        ,  ' <,-\   ���������  - ���������      "    ''114/^1  Dl^TZ  &,. NELSO  '   "   BRITISH .COLUMBIA  ������������������������������������-- ~'viii|iw  ,  Goods sold -on * Commission.  Salksroos^ Barkerville. ' ; f ^  .OEtJOEj'  :Ricbfleld..w  A/MoPhersoil,  AND'  .JEW  A T E. ;'B'O^EkSVsyd::fi^;;;������;TMI);  barkerville, lst.May,\ 1867. ; 1-s  session. ��������� >They,; were arrested ^bhv charge^ of  murder, and atlrnitted to bail)n $ 10,0U0 each;  The attacking; party; were arrested on ciiarge  of assault with intent to commit murder, and  gave $10,000 bail each. A-A  " Eloiir Market-^Flour -'firm' V city brands, superfine, half sacks, So 75 ������ $(i ; qr.-sacks,  $G @ $6 25; extra, hull-sacks, $6 75 j@</$7\  qr.-sacks, $7 @ S7 25.  Sugar as an Article of Diet.���������Dutrqne  calls sugar the ". most perfect alimentary  substance in n atii re." Dt. Hush says it 'affords  tbe greatest' qiian ti ty of ri q urish men t in a  gi ve n. quan ti ty of m atte r th a n'[ any o th er a r-  ricie in nature. Sir JphnPringle tells .'.us that  the plague has-never been known to visit any  country where sugar composes a material  part of the diet of the in habitants. Dry -Gill*  lea is of the opiuion th tit1 the fVequen cy o f  malignaat fevers ha3 been, lessened by the  US661 -SUgy.:- ���������-,.;_; ������������������ t .".';���������. ���������.;.���������".;/..., .r:y ���������_- '..  A ��������� Sisiplk- Eglk.���������-To ascertain the length  of the day or night at ariy time of the year,  double the time of the sun's rising, which  gives you the length of the night, and double  the time of its setting, which gives tbe length  of, the day.  VVAKE-UP-JAKE  B e s t a up aat; B a kery^  ^AND ���������  '--:���������������������������; ' ;BARKtSRVILLE,.  PATERSON & GOODSON, PROPitiETORS.  'jt&Ji yoti want good Coffee uso Fell's.  N .ANNOUNCING THE RE-OPENING OF. -tHIS  house for.the seiison, the proprietors .wish to inform, their friends and the public generally,, th'atthoy.  will Espctre no pains ,-m order, to merit.the patronage of  all who give them a c"U,   ��������� v :  Meals at all hours.-; 1  ��������� y :T^. Winnardv^" ,  b l a. c e s m i TMyy  BARKEB^ILLE.:        ���������  -       1--  Connecting atr'Victbria^ifch''-WEL������s; FARGO k Cflfj'  - * tor California:;.Oregon; the'.Atlantic:States y M  ...  >4,.J ,'."* ,. ;and Europe.,/     , ,'. ��������� r  AifD AT TALEAND LILLOOET WITH BAgNABOT8  -._ (3ARIBOO. EXPRESS,.; - -'i  y ; For Big-^end, Cariboo and ^6;No^  CohVeyidg ireasti'ro,-.Valuables) LetteKj Packages-a^a.  yAA��������� ":"'������������������'/.".��������� A-A--'"���������"���������t.l'^Parcels/- . -     ,,     t    1-a,  ��������� lQl?ESN&MOrjtd; ADTORI^M^TS|;  ^OLONIA^'RESJ^URA^  ' ; - QUESNELMOUTH,'  *>"'/;���������' yAA    *  P. L. JOHNSON^ Proprietor,     "j '  Meais'ii all hours, and CropMng ofythe best  ;. ^description;  -    ;, ^ v.:-''' a1 \ Z  ;.- ^-^^ir^-'-.y'OUESJJELMbUTiii' AyAZ/y-yy^  Good Beds; Restaurant ';'BiUiar^:.Tal)le^V'Aof  ;,-' Stoiufug for Horses, Hay and P^tSi^ya y;r;  u  Tlie  Cariboo   Sentinel^  SEMI-WEEKLY  Published Every .Monday  PAPER;;'-;-;  and Thursday.  .    ALLAN & CO... PaoPRiETORsr.;..  Of?ic&-BARKER.VILLE, -^iLKuns-Casfiir, GAtpibo,  "Subscription, $1 per Week;; ��������������������������� '"-  (iacladiug eost of delivery,) Pafahlo  to.thaOarriar  OT ICE,  ZZ.Z- WliIi-,--BPJff-tAS:' FCTLWrtVS'r- i yAr '  A s. LEAVES / ^E^^LMOUTH '<M  ;.-'' yy AS stkp^Lbqk,1 :a< 'm.^/ ';.?  ���������' 1 !JEi^S;;Sc5p;^  *sr:^a-  'AT FOUB O'CLOCK, A  Quesn elaiou tfe". May 2nd-^ 1887.'  sc-  / THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 18157;  .    ..    Agents for- the " Cariboo-" Se:  Grouse Creek, -      - '    ���������'  ! i  '���������       ' ftivaenatrn'irmi.fi'    1T*������   tfSnnrtSp-.'ftnVn'Wrd'B. Ti  vS_e*$ihei;?r.  ^tMcWiia/  ��������� , "    y    NawWestminster, - , - .- "   - -    -   - Glarkson  Victoria,    ���������   -    ���������   -       r       ���������    .  - . -j^Xyno.  ,     ��������� Big'iBend; ���������������'-    -'    -- ��������� JaB. Bullock.-French  Van--Winkle. >   v- -       -       Ji W. Lind  , Mhcrinitn'GuIph: -        -"'   A       J.W.J  SM  . Musquito'Gulch,  Creekl-  LinUhardtV  J. W^Jeflree.  ���������'���������   * ������������������  . '    .   , ' >: with a view of publishing tlie.same, but as security for  yry/yy/yy, y ,;-,;;..,; Ju>^Qod;iKi:^^^ i/ ? yy^Af-  claim 'to alfair^bearing in lionr; law courts,  iwitbput^  strb^gi^niilitaryyforce frbecause^ we;di&/not.  eihori them.to, pause in their struggle for. justice, we must be accused of beingtbe guilty;  cause of all the imhappyresults that have;  followed,' A 'more malicious piece of menda-  -City could notwell be uttered by any. jour-  nalist.-l.-We sbould-be loth to-accuse our cojh  ;temporaryrof any personal' feeling in; tbe ) ate  dispttte^utlthe tone- fewbich; helirged ]ibe  goyermnen^tb adopt the most,-stringent.and  uncalled 'for measures;- to crush the popular  clamor^ for redress; would/im pi Jthat he cer-  ��������� tainlyTbad not the/ public .interests at heart  I( it wapnothing;more\ than a mere feeling1 of  ���������loyalty ? or a desjre to seethe laws' maintained  that influenced; bur.- contemporary in;.urging  the adoption ^of, extreme measures. by the  government, at/afvery critical moment, we  have;,only, to say that it was in the'highest  degree,../ inju8icious. '',.Ifv ;we A. have���������  committed any .errors of omission,Vwe ;do not  opine tb at tbisfgives either 6������:p tir con temporaries whotii^  many errors; of an opposite character; the  right to sit iu^udgmeht?on; ns? Lot them first  ^pull the] ihot out of theihown- eyesj before^  they attempt : to, Extract the .beam they con-  ceiv������; to he incurs. A From ^t!ie Jfirst^;������lage of  tbe^ate^dispute;; we were so well .'Convinced  -^/jainjl pr^^ihteTminabJe questions,  w^ and fact, that; were ��������� involv-ed in its  would ���������Expressing an opinion, which could not,.from  the very mature, of, thingsj.; bey othery than-*  very onesided and garbled one;" but we/haye  ;more than once urged on thegovernment the  X NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  BARKERVILLE.  fffc;  Bi\%  :^^U^  The^psoprietor-ofthis WEm'Kyo^vmassi'  ��������������� tablishirient:lias gTcat'.-pleasure in,'nnnou hcilig' to"-  hisJhumerous friends and patrons, the arrival of a fresh  stock of ; ;   ,.'.'������������������   . ���������-  - - - CALIFORNIA ALEy ' ; " ~' y*:y- ,  ;> - , .... *,��������� ' - A,. -' - : yy as$ ��������� " ��������� ��������� ,.--!���������> * ���������' \ -v ���������'     , ,. >     '    ^     ���������  ��������� ��������� ENGIilSH J^pRTER.:  As usualj he has1 ahvavs on liand,:a; lar^O stock of  the best.quality ,of French Brahdyy Old .Toft,I Rum,  Scotch Wliiskey..etCi;-'- ', A.   >   ���������'��������� <-���������:/,���������������������������- Z yy. y/yy "<  - yy,' Ayy JZyyy.. -: *b;\- CHARLES' McHARDV.; ������������������  October 2t,'il867..��������� : .-   , ���������   ��������� -    '-   y"-''    '������,tt      ���������  San  Fran^sco Stprl,  COMMISSION ^MERCHAK^f  it-:*-  IN  ;,' ,   .       NOTICE.;, -[A-  rpHE ' .UNDERSICNED, HAVING n PTJRCHASED  JL' from the Trustees of the late firm, of Opp^nheimer  kACb.\ all; their-assets, in Cariboo: and. Yale; B: a.,  liereby 'iniimatesithat^all accounts due. to the' said  firm, must heiicclortli be paid to him. '������������������** At r ��������� .^ r  ../���������'-'--��������� *���������*>���������''���������   ; -    C. STROUSS.  Barkerville, Oct. 19.1867. '        XA" y"~  ���������; : ������������������ ��������� yu^ '; REMOVAL. ;, . ,y ; ^ ��������� ^ ��������� ';.;;  'A In conniection ��������� with; the ;a^pv;e^C;<;;strousst.begs;to  announce that'he Jia'afc remoyed. to the. stork lately>���������, CcA  cupied;by,Messrs. Oppi'nheimer k Co,' ,/y' f     ",; \  A . GKOCEBtES,-��������� PROVISIONS^    -  ^AiB^AiE^* -GLOraiira-: AND ^O0t9t  / ������������������������������������'' Next Door to the Sbxtikel OrhoB  Barkerville; 29th Jutie, 1867. ^=v *  1?  EXPRESS   NOTiCEv  0':\L IW;% O N    HOTEl  ^������yty  iyCiWl J tS E: 'GO:Li;U;M;B IA .^  THE^SUBS^RIBERS^'ioR -WANY TEAR^ Pro  ,,,^r^P^';fe.T)^  Portago,'bcR to announco :tnat<ha\nhg puvciiMed tha  \ '���������',���������.  1  y s-������;'  ���������'/y.'.y.':.}  ;;-S  A^AA/J^ AyA  AND     TEE  pro priety^of, al Ipwi n g������I tb^idisp ti te^tb vb e y. tried  in arCourt.-pf iaw^'tUe''. only tribunals where  the,facts could belelicited*' aud th-  set/at rest for evei\;   and. we' hay  f' TTER^:'THIS- 1>ATE,^BARKARD^S "EXPRESS-IS;  'no t responsible for d a mage on LIQUIDS shipped ins  Tin.or,(31ass?'un,le>s.hy-.?pecia-l..contmct;'y[;;;5-..',���������, -,//.  l^^^|j;jUrU>cr^a^ioof ������������������U>^  ;every> ^ONDAV-AI^ERNOO^1; antl ^closeyjor belbw  icveryTHURSDAY, at TEN o'clock, A*M    ,'���������  *      <. ROBERT;P00L, !  .!my,y;y;;^^.-vy^y^^':-%y  r*, Barkerville, Oct. 17th, 1867.        ;    ;   .  >AmploV stabling *��������� fbr anlihjjis, im$ ibe best of^fecd  ;ci)nstaully.^n hand;- ��������� . '', ;r -. - -- . ; - ' ���������   ���������  . ,   ��������� ���������  . ? /They:respectfullyy invito a>all Trom'^ their ol(|^S&  mers^as \vell as "thotra veil I ng- public gen era llv fi ' ��������� *  '���������^linton^Bil^^Sept^  rtKE-eELEBRATION  " ^y^'';rJF ^|^/;v/;y  GaS'e  mm  A ASSOCIATION;:?;  ed^ that gave a color of justice:to the,'.claims  set, up-by the ^ariadian;C6mpan3T,aad^generated - feeling of public sympathy in their  favor.' - Had  it -been   otherwise, "what- need  [3   have been amply sufficient-to .cheGk-'any; at-  3   tempt to-iiiA^ade tlie majesty of the law.; - We  "dlai rn to be "just., as loyal ;Snd_ patnoticysub-  IKOIiSAIiEXk RETAIL BU1CMS,  OULD^^ RESPECTEpLLYXCALE'THE^^ ATTENTION  y of, the' travel Una Jiulilic to  fKeir^'STOGIC .OF  ; MEAT, which they.will disposojoftto suit:the tinies. ;..;���������'  ;   As all travellers at first incline '   '/' ���������/1\  ,f'   '.Wherever thoy/soctne .fairest sign,  >-,; AnA find/the shop,both clean nrniJ neat���������'' '���������' ", -  >y . Amj like-the tenucr anrt cheap meat���������s /     y '.;  '���������tTTILL'^TAKE PLACE ON THE .THIRTY-FIRSf  .;Vf^October -Inst-- (AU^Hallo^:!s Eve), atiWrAljinV  Saloon; Cameron tony ' ' *���������*''"''��������� '-" " - ���������*;' ,''' '  ;: Tjqkets^-(irjcludihg refresh meats, etc;,) may be bail A-  at.theExprcBs Ofllce, prlca^Seucb. ���������    ������������������   y I  /*K^-B,,piV������ a ilmitp.4inuml^r^ofpickets.vpIU be ht  sued A ii excess ;bf ithosai, require tl by members of th������  association, an early application should be made.  -October 7,18Q7.    . y '    . ' ' '   ,J  :,,    Will call again,"-ailA recommenr  The LYTTON,'fM^RKEI to ever  ry ..frlcndii'S^'  a .sistanee to suppress anything' like  ii'n:-ap-  proaclf to mob law. If our contemporaries'are"  anxious for a'victim   on  whom to yap pease  their virtuous;indignation, letjhem seeje'the  proper man; lel-:theni;go to -our Chief.������Iustice;j  andiii-bim they^ will-find  the cause ofJ;our!  troubles.   Had that gentleman but exercised  a little more discretion'-rand?i.yielSed to > a  sense of/diity Tl by giving .an -. Acft its proper in terpretailon^nd Allowed the ..��������� c^sed- tjtiijkt;  came;up-before:him-ipn;appeal afair(heariiig;  as he ' ought .to ' have^ dpiie,/our troubles  would never have existed. ^ The editor of the  C61umrjian^n6tlconte^t|n:&xing: us; with re^  ticence^goes further ^nd-*says^ after, treating  the Colonist to a large dose;uof" his /favorite  billingsgate,y"The editor of the Sentinel  having a pei-sonal interest in-they issue' maintained a:discreet silence throughout." ; VPe  should;likoltO'Ruow what burifriend the Col-  umoiaii ineabis^by oiir having ^ a personal in^  ierest in theiss^ie.?^ If ie means tbat^we had  a personal interestingseeing; a speedy terniK  ^atibn;;p\i$o(the^u^ of affairs-  ^wbich bad/ been deeply^ deplored^ by bur  Vhdle comniunity; thrbugho^itythe! season^- the.  accomplishment of which he has -endeavoured to rjetardi then we will admit that we had"  an interest in the issue ; but if he means to  i nsi dtiate that we had any personal interest  ei ther d i rectly or indirectly, in the. late dispute, we^ostemphaticaliy telt;him that he  uttersaiJase and /slanderous ; XMeahnrxX   ^a  Q-rause?  ''ess;;:;  ,     F.'HEKPT WILL RCN, A  DAILY EXPKESS  fciy betweenBarkerrillc and Gfouise!VCrsek. <(&���������  ���������,y-i  crlpti  SE^TlNEL/or iiny othur;Kewspaper/        .    r  , QfQces*: pu^Orfcuse Ci&Kj Vat M. PrtigerTs Stpr>r"TnVy  ^Baricervjlle,  at W. .?, Ucirtfa ydomicile|1( Sentjnw, y  Opfici:"^    ''".'.';..      -    4     ;  'Jti!y29,  18G7.  ���������:';/���������,'';  :yi  NOTICE.  ITH'REFEBENCilfTO THE  ORDER- OF;H0N^  wbichorder was/da ted :5 th June, 1867, it- hiis beCm  reporteci;to me that the, bulkhearis erected 'Under said;  S NOW  OPEN, FOR/THE ' A^COSIMbpATIOKI  ord er j have .no t been v properly kept iu' repair,, an d are  at present: in a dilapidated and >unsate co^ntjoti > 1  therefore direct that aII such b ulkhe^Js^bc' forthvvi th  rcpairedj'ahdjhmde into a sound and firm condition,;  tb.the^satislaction of^Thohias 'Speimanj/peseral ftjre',  man.        ' /   t C#, BREWv,r  ;Sept; 30j 1867^;  ,       "    1   . Gold Commissioner.  ,.. -*A the mining communitr^andvihe public?gohfrfilly. yy  /|:X6 expenso has-been spared<^0,renders the bouse airy;;  ' ^thaticouldibe" desired j lor comfort and conveni'Juce. y  JiTORSB SHOES; AND^  .' ��������� -.,.. Eorsaie by ���������,::;  '   Sept. 30/1867.   "  ^HOKskSHOE ^AILS/, '���������/*f*/'  E; PEARSON k \ BR0S.V  '  lm1      ���������      _.  ,     Barkerville;  /The Bar i3 sup pl^l wiilr/ ACdm pie te jslxickof y^W* y  Liquors and Cigar si     ��������� ,  ' ������������������  :,,,-....,,,.-.-.,.,.....,..,,,,.. ...,......,...,.,._,.....  iT.grbund;  on .which they stood--that if the Simple truth  bad "been  laid before them through the medium of the local paper/it'would,not'have  _ been possible for them to have njisappreben-  ded." iNbw withxrespect to; the first of these  insinuations, we have .simply "to. say that it  was only after the most thorough /and severe  liiffcing/wnichtheicaseunderwent at the hands  ������������������  A   of Justice Needbam, that /the " unsbundfand  unstable ground on which they stood," be-  . ������������������ y  ���������', ���������% .   carhe a^pOT^nttb thertJa^dian Companyras  AXZi^-'yAyA-'-AAiZ^^  /;/';/; A/ y. iisinuationv vve vrouldask any reasonable;; man  I; ;;:; 22 how the truth,"���������which/was only elicited from  / witnesses^under;path, at'. a lengthened; trial,  ,;;/���������   cbuld. have beeti^  /vy/y y :: t^ateveritfook placed  / < ^b,;9"^u^ ^/ivbole of the late trying crisis  222/2/X-2    fZZ$:*?!* endeavored; to the best of our ability to  //     ;  lay all the facts that came tinder our own ob-  ; servatibn in a; truthfui^disinter^sted; and irn-  y///'T; 'V.vP^M^ ymanner before;pur readers,;and we  Z/y '/;;;/ty.leav^:'them;to;b0 wnether we;suc-:  XX'Ay     'yy XXAy'b^ded/y'p^Aiibty'- We :are'-sorry, howeverj-'to1  A ��������� y\-'.: /> 1.;$ay; tli^tt; tbe statements, of our contemporary  I':���������./;/ ^  ;.    ; /ff; icopte of in-  "'.'.;���������"' 6truc.ting the ihiners wherein^ they were wrong  : iyy--;^  '/!  / /   ^bre^ngaging^in a; struggle ^bppeiess and  /   / bo certain to end in disaster/the Sentinel on  X2Z2ZZZ   iiZZ"y   the watch tbW"er, failed to ^oiiiid the alarm.  /   an^ the unhappy results are before; the conii-  ; try."   Because, forsobth,:we 'did: not; point *! ud delivered to or-ler, and������everything else appartain-  out to the miners, as. our i contemnorarv did. ihS to a light parcel and letter oxpress,,attended to on  ^^- ���������^^ ; v      ..,/���������/;;....  GREAT   ATTFlA���������>TION.  CrystalXKaMce  SalGGii;!  l" ��������� BARKERVILLE,'/    y    'Vs '  ; MIMDORF &;CO., PROPRIETORSr";  ^falsehood, and  that we shall hold; him perspnally responsib le  for b is ��������� base; ca I utnii^ We h a ve al ways  avoided making bur^columris a/vehicle for  the vi tu p era ti v e ab use of ou r neigh b o rs, an d  had we not been unwarrantably accused of a  most grave offence, we should have allowed  pur contemporaries to bleat andy bray as  long, as they pleased. Having said all that  we- deem /ne cessary���������;,. on /this disagreeable  subject, we leave it to a discerni ng .pu blic.  to judge who were the parties wh o showed  tho m ps t in teres ted motives in the late tro u-  bles;:-- ..-/-. ^ - /:/.yX , :,':��������� ���������  BEG ;TO;. ANNOirNCK / TtfAT ��������� ^flE . ABO VJE-HE V>  :: tiohed e������?tab 1 ishrneutwill be Oj5ehed' next SATURN  DAY; EVENING/the 21st fust:, when air lovers of tlie1  <( light fantastic/' are invited to call and enjoy themv  selves. ,     .... ���������*. ;-- .;-   , /��������� ���������'  ..- . ;y  /A : MUSIC AXbDANClXG. EVERY . EVENING. /  ; Tho best brandsof Wines, Liquors add Cigars always  to be found at the Bar. v -:���������:., >';������������������/< Jy/J  The strictest order observed.  ��������� sopt; jqVisgt.'     .'-" /;  may be ha?d at ra. moderate charge. E^ORD,���������  :Julylf1867. ' 2m -'  l   .������ Proprietrasa.  I  /      G OS M O P 0 L I TA-Nfc  ���������... Ar - '���������     ,    '     BARkERVILLE.  rrHE UNt>i3RStGKEb % AVIKG THOROUGHLY WAX  M "novated, his Establish men t;-. has -re-opened tbe sanje  for the accommodation of? the -PublicJ 'and trusts w  merit a share of���������������������������<thejrpatronage^K:His-Bakery;hasalso  undergpne, repairK an<|: he ts, now-'.ready' to> esecut* *  orders from all who wish'pood breadi s      * /������  y JACOB VEX/TE, Proprietor.;;'  ;..;:JUue-10tb,;1867..:/   -    '* ,      : ���������       ���������       ';W  y*l  In 'the ma tter of tbe; Estate and Effects of DAVID:  ; -;   WHITFORD; Frco ; Mirier,late /of the Roid; Claia^ y -  - i   Conklins.Gulch^ deceased, intestate.       ���������   '- A  ' A:i&' PERSONS WHO  ARE  INDEBTED TO THE    ,  ix above Estate; am required to pay the amounts ,  due forthwith, and all pcrsonswhb have a ny; cl������ Ima,,-  against the above, csta to, are required to send in tlieir  accounts'ori or before FIRST NOVEMBER, I867j to     -  ������������������'���������-���������; y:AA^'.-' ������������������-AAJ-    CHAS. E/FOOtEV,,   ;/y;v  / ;./.i'.v:Oft1clal Administrator...  , Dated,Ricbileld, let August, 1867.������������������';'.*';='  "ai-  THE  STEAfVIER   " O N VV A RD������  /'LEAVES YALE  Tlip^ii ������������������'; BBIG&S & Go.,  A A    ZZ/2, CAUEWm^  ; ;Have, just received, and offer for Sale,  P/BEID WILL RUN AN EXPRESS THREE TIMES  ��������� a week betwetm Brirkorville and Mosquito an:I  ,Red Gulches,, via McArtiiur's- Gulch and Lowhee  Creek, leavih^'G. Strouss? store, Bitrk^rvill.', at S^.-vcn  o'clock, A.- MA every TUESDAY, TH UKSDAY AUD  SATURDAY. - Returning will 1 cava Babbitt's stori?,:  At EIGHT o'clock, A.. M., from 1st of October, to 1st  ;-v./���������'..' ;'./���������' November.- :- ��������� ,' ../.;/'  FARE /TO' NEW WESTMINSTER WILL  NOT EXCEED ONE /DOLLAR !!  ?; /  Yale, Sept. 19, 1867;. / WM. IRVING.  Photographic: Artist,  AS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERV  at RICHFIELD, and is prepared to take  Cartes de  type  Houses?, v/i;i������JUM, ulu., oingie or stereoscopic.  Portraits also taken on Whito Silk. Linen or Cotton  Cloth.  Richfield, 12th August, 1867.  f?s de Visiter Timbre de posto PortraitP, Ambro-  types, Lasithor i'icturos, MiIinofvp;ls, Views of  Houses, Obiimfl, etc., SiukIc or Stereoscopic       , ���������  ;,AT LOW RA^SFORpASH^    ;; ������������������?. ��������� V"  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LlQUOBSA  '���������.;���������;//.-���������. .'���������    ���������- CONSfSTING OB* ~y '"'.. i22l- -.  brandy���������Martell, Hcnnessbyi and Otard Pupey. ,/.  Wines���������Port, Sherry. {BaVjn^ikiayt"."rtM:"Or������rpt"iV'SJ"^"  tcrne's French White Wine rSanseyainc's van- .���������  ^ornia White,Wine.       /"���������' r.', ; = v'-;'i^:/>v>--';y;  Champagnes���������Bouche and Napoleon's Cabinet.      ^  Bitters���������Boker's, Sansevaine's; Orange and Hostet^  ten's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint ana An������y .  '"���������'��������� settei    '; ��������� ",   /' ; Ai,. y..:r-.y :/.'���������.'.���������.'"-"''/;/  Old Tom, Gfn, and Scotch Whisky. ���������".;;  Also on hand���������500' ga lions choice brands of Brandy. r  Wines, Wliisky, Rum, etc, '.      . tu0  Goods received on Storaos or COMiUBSiOW, ar- *���������������-.:._..  lowost.market rate?. ,' ���������/    *-������/ ��������� .  . 1st July. 1837. -/..;/,-,i���������"/-  ���������1-f.i  ���������v  . _^_-���������n������W?.IKIlS^SSA-iffifi  4V  ffi I  w  il i  "I  THE 0AKIBOO SENTINEL  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1861  -if  B  sew.���������.*  lw  H  .':||������f|I'  f|������|p  1111  n  Two White Men Murdered' at Kootenay.  ���������Tbe British Columbian learns from C. Op-  .penheimer, who has just returned from Kootenay, that two; white-men were murdered  and a third Avounded by a party of five Ins-  dians near*;Barnare Ferry on the 1st Sept last.  The Iudiam? lodged in the white men's' cabin  over night, and in the4 morning, fired upon  them killing; two-dead and wounding the  nother, Joe. Hearing. -The wounded man es-  r caped to tho woods where'he subsisted for 23  \_ days on berries. It. is thought, he will recover, i The whole of the murderers have  been captured by the American authorities,  and will doubtless soon; suffer, the extreme  penalty of the law. ns the wounded'- man will  prove a powerful witness against them.-  Overland Route.���������AVe haye just -received  a sm&if prrinphletv from :ho ��������� pea of��������� Alfred  Waddiiigt-o'ii; Esq;. on.; the . snbject, of " Overland comihiuucation; by, land arid, water  through British -.North America.^ .The pamphlet contains a vast amount of interesting  statistics ^relative to the 'important".work of  establishing .an.overland route across this  continent, and will, if.properly circulated  abroad, do more to hasten the accomplisb-  tuent of direct, xommunication between this  - -country7fthd-Gatiada, thau-auy -other means-  .   that cotfld;be employed._ZZ ���������-���������'���������������������������'-  ; The 'weather for two days past has been  Very cold and high blustering v/inQs prevail-  *ed. - ;Last- nigh t . the windr blew with such  force as;to make, many people apprehensive  Vest their houses should he bIowa down. We  are* informed by the weather-wise that this  forbodes a heavy rain stdrto, it fs: tb be hoped  their progaosticatipns may prove correct.  ���������Cariboo SnoT.-^Wilson, the hunter, whose  camp h situated.in the neighborhood of Bear  lake^ while out on a hunting excursion one  dayy-lately,: shot"'a large";.Cariboo. ; When  dressed,' Ihe. v ear cass ...weighed ab out tb ree  frubdred pounds..; The .meat, which is highly  prized for its superior flavor; was brought to-  this creek, and met with a ready sale.;     .  .; ��������� Yestrrtu Y-". a ftern od ri, a,\ m i ne r. ���������wh o had'  given way to his.wqiinded  feelings after an  .unsuccessful'search -for a long lost lead, by  ; indulging- too. freely in 'the ^ardent.^;was  ; provided with free quarters'at' the Hotel de*  B i*ew; ���������. This b eg in s to*;b e a very useful i ns ti-  tution;for uu 1 ucky minera. -y y"Z/Z    ".  Challenge Acceptsu.-r-As will, bo aeep |  froth a card." i n o u r. ��������� ad ve r tistn g.v c o I mn ns; Joe j  Edeii; has ^accepted of- the challenge for a j  fresh match between him and -Wilson, for a'  sum not less than $2,000 a-side;4 the fight to  'come.off within one hundred miles of Victoria.  Express-to mosquito Gulch.-���������Mr. P.;Reed  announces in another column that lie is' pro-  pared to carry a tri-weekly Express between  this place and Mosquito, and .Red Gulches.  His headquarters here will be Mr.y Strouas7  utore, and at Centrevillef% Mosquito Gulch, the  store.of Mr. Babbit,     -������������������  We understand that one of. the merchants  in this town is prepared to sell all the flour  that may be required from this date till February next at 28cts A������' lb., cash.  How a Traitor was Received by his  Wife.���������Col. Miguel Lopez, the traitor who  betrayed the Emperor Maximilian, recently  went to Pueblo'to visit his wife. His reception was decidedly cold. His wife advanced  to meet him leading���������their little son by the  hand, and addressed "him thus: ������������������'���������* Sir, here is  your son; we cannot -cut him in two, take  him. You are a base coward and traitor.  You have betrayed your country and your  benefactor. Prom this hour we are strangers  for I shall this day retire to my family." '--  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  MOSQUITO GULCH.  We have gleaned the following particulars  respecting the various claims at work on this  gulch last week :���������  Minnehaha co. washed out for the week 47  oz.���������Willow co. ate- sinking a new shaft.���������  Ophir co. ditto.���������Point co. washed out for  the week 23 oz.���������Discovery co. for the same  period had 15 oz.���������Holman co. cleaned up 25  oz. for the week.���������Jeffree co. have been engaged in running a drain, but commenced  washing again last Monday.���������Rising Sun co.  made over wages last week,���������Hocking co.  have started a tunnel.  RED  GULCH.  1? t>ted co. are making about 12 oz. to every  BetW timbers they put in.���������Butcher co. are  making wages.���������Several other companies are  sinking, with every  a'trrn   nf mwlinff  W1#fn  MINERS' MEETING.  sign  of meeting  with  success.  jG������������ Allow no one to put you off with any othor  Ooffee than Fell's vast. > To te had (ram all respect-  To tick,Editor of the "Cariboo Senttnel."  Str,���������I see by your last issue, that a mass  meeting-is called for Saturday next, fo consider the propriety of putting up a; miners-  store as a check to .monopolists. - .This, in my  opinion, ought to have been done long ago,  though it is %i- better la'te than never."  :V Live and: let live,^, and " grasp all, lose  all," aro two popular inaxiin.9 wbich merchants would do well to ponder on. They  seem to look upon m ine rs as a 8 o ck o f sh ee p  they can- shear at leisure to the, very skin.  When tbe miners first heard that the Hudson  Bay Company bad.determined to open a store  at Barkerville, they rejoiced at it,hoping that  monopo 1 y wouId thus bo for cver, after un-  heard of in;this section of the country. Though  we must give that company credit for having  brought down the prices of a few articles.  such as-blasting powder, etc. : still, upon the  whole, they have not .come up. to the miners*  expectations," aifdHave Xh^^ytost a golden  opportunity-.of doing good to tbe country, as  well as reaping- large profits for themselves. ,-.;���������  ;���������' If anything practical Is to result from- the  intended meeting���������and:it is to be hoped that  this wi 11 be the case���������mon op ol ists wi 11 fi n fl  out when too late tliat they have - brought irretrievable loss upon themselves, by. try ing. to  entail niin and misery on this community.  yNoyfj allow me to make a/few suggestions  YeBpocting tliFp^  meeting be one of idle talk," as is often the  ca30 under similar circumstances,, but; let  practical measures.be at once adopted.������There  are here several thousands of dollars lying  idle in the hands of miners.   This capital.  Which:at present is of no. more use to its own  ers than if it' were at the,; bottom of "the sea,  might be made extremely .usefulJ with great  profit to"them and the whole; coram tin ity* by  proper investment.    I would suggest then  that ail the. -business of. tSe company should  be strictly carried oht on fhe cash principle,  so that noloi'-a might be sustained by ihe parties interested;, Those who have no/ nroney  to buy goods, will easily find friends ready to  assist them,-. if they are hdriest, upright,.indus-  trious. hard-working miners. ..This measure,  if properly carried out, :willhaye a most, ben-.  efi c i al off ec t on the who I e co ram u nity r- .The  mi ner will the n lie:ih o u ml" fro rn;; ti ecessi ty, if  noth i q g else, to be hi preA. o rd eriy,. an cl in a  word, ��������� nib re, o f a ;< * mail / \ .than many a re at  present.   Let a' by-law be' niade;: regulating  th e p rp fi ts, so tha t fro m on e. an d .'a-h alf to  throe .per cent, per mon(h'm/ay be ������������������"all that is  realized'on the sales.;. Let. the."operation be  accessible'; to .allA^tO.the ppqij as.w<i 11 -.as;to  the rich���������so that every; one'may take an^ lute rest in it;.bearing in raind- a^ the same time  that the small streams form the large rivers.  Many who have one or two hundred ��������� dollars  on hand., spend it; foolishly,'riot knowing  what to do with so trifling a sum. , Here they  will find, a sure and profitable' investment,  which Will lead them by degrees to take better care of their dimes and cents than.they do  now.   Lotall the miners who are willing to  enter the compact, bind themselves m writing  that they will never patronize any monopolist  whatever, as long as they live in the colony.  Let the meeting address a memorial to the  government, praying for a reduction, or the  complete abolition cf road tolls and duties on  staple articles, such as; flour, beans, sugar,  bacon and coffee, and also on aH kinds of  mining machinery, and let such duties be. imposed ou liquors,*cigars, and all other superfluous articles, as the government may think  fit.   As there is no time to'be lost, owing to  tbe advanced state of the season, the meeting  should select a committee of a few miners to  draft a charter of mutual association and bylaws, for the regulation and guidauce of the  company, to be submitted to the parties interested for ratification ; open at once subscription lists, depositing the money, in one of  the banks, and let the goods be sent'for without delay.   This scheme, if properly carried  out, will do more to build up the future prosperity of the country, than anything I know  of.   I have heard men say that should flour  rise too high, it would bo right to take it  away from the owners.    This, they ought to  know, is mob law, and would not be tolerated  under  any circumstances.    The legal  means lie in our own hands, and it rem-uns  for us to make them available.   If we do not,  then let us acknowledge that we deserve to  be fleeced by exacting monopolists.  A Miner.  Sbootlng Affray.���������From the' Colonist we  learn that the north-west corner of Government and Fort streets was the scene of a  bloody afiVay - about 3 30 p, m. on the afternoon of the 8th inst, between two men uamed  J aco b Marks and C. C. Totnlinson A The men  were walking together when high words arose  between  them,  and   Toralirison,   suddenly  drawing a four-barrelled pistol, presented..it  at Marks  and  fired;   The   ball  struck the  waistband button of Marks driving it against  his stouiach a short distance above the navel,-  and leaving a black'arid blue bruise ;ori the  skin, biit .doing no' other injury."... Marks at  one������ grappled with;Tomliosoh, when the '.latter threw the pistol over jtiie-fence surrctuhol-  ing a vacant lot and struck Marks: upon -the  bead-with a knob-stick,-which he held in his  left hand. ThiBstickMarks'succeeded inwresfc-  i ng fro m li is an ta go n is t, and beat him over  th e ��������� h ead wi th iti,ui i ti 1' Serg t.: B o wdehJ of th e^  Police; who was standing near? rescued" Tpni-'  linson; and was-escorting the antagonisys to  th c b arracks, when To m 1 i n so n: broke' fro rn:  his grasp, aud rah' down towafds~\YhaTr'slree't  near the corner of which and; Bastion-'street  hewas'secured.   Toralinson bled freely from  numerous dcalp wounds on the head^    The  men are in custody and will be brought before tho Magistrate for examination   On the  folio wing d ay the p o I i ce co i trt-; was crowded  with spectators anxious to hear, the proceedings.y Tomlihson arid Marks.'were placed -in  the dock at 12 o'clock. ��������� Marks iooked  none.  the wofse "Tor." "wcarf ''Tora'linson rappeaTe'd*  thin and.pale.from the effe'ets/of loss of blood  and frigh t. -, ll r. ;���������" B i shop * - anno iih cefd th a t he  appeared for -the.pro.secutibn, arid Mr/Court-  riey. was,;; jjostructed " .'for the defence.    Miv  Bishop asked, that a mannamed'Geo. F. Smith  then in'court, be taiceu into custody as an'accessory to tbd'atte nipt to' murder Marks:' Tbfe  magistrate ordered one of t&e officers .to .arrest  Smith, which was done. Mn\Courtney asked  upon what.grotinds the arrest������.of;��������� Smith.^.was,  made-?.?Mr. Bishop replied^ in cohsequehce^of  telegrams from.Sujith ,to. TomJins6tv: which  were found on the la't-ters person ^besides, he  was p rep ared to < p rove : the '';������������������ cha rge '������������������ against  Smith by the direct testimony of sever at wi.t-  nesses.v '.The .telegrams; were handed to the  magistrale. who" declined to allow' 'counsel for  the ' defence" to"v per use  them, Or' to admit  either Smith or t!.Tom li nson.'* to'"., bail;; and re-  m an d ed' b o th p Hsoners to j ai I for : on e ��������� d ay.  Marks was-allowed out oil bail' of $5000 for  one day.-     \ ..      *'''.'.���������,.-.  ���������/ ViCTOTf fA Items from-. Colonist:���������Tho ��������� U; S.  Avar, .vessel ��������� .06sippeej-\havmg'.oQ- > board;-Gen.  Rpsseau ;and;staff on theirM'ay toytakc "formal  possession of the new territory of Alaska, had  arri^d'at.-Esquimalt'ou the 3rd, and .tobkViri  300 tons bf.coal.���������A large panther measure-  ing'7J feet in length, was lately killed on the  farm belonging to/.Sir? James:Douglas,; at Met-  c h osi ri.^-T he Sheri if has d is train ed: th e goods  and. chattels of several persons for taxes, under, the provisions of. the  Real -Estate Ahix  Amendment��������� Act.���������There are forty-two; scholars in attendance at tlie Free SchooLNanaimo  ���������The Ii. B. Co.?s steamer Otter has l-eturried  from a trading trip to the north-west-coast  and Sitka.-^H; M.S. Alert has sailed- for Valparaiso.��������� Tho house of !Mr. T. L. Fawcett-'oh  Kane street; was .burglariously entered, anil, a  quantity of silver pfate stolen therofrbm.���������  Fell & Co..are about to remove to the- premises lately occupied by iW il son & Murray, on  Fort street,���������Joe-Eden has returned, and an-s  nounces his acceptance of Geo. Wilson's challenge, under certain conditions.���������At the Fireman's.election; which took place  on the 7th,  Mr. S. Kelly was elected as chief, and Mr.  Kriemler as assistant.ongineers.���������Thegdverri-  ment has paid to the treasurer of the Fire Department $500, towards the support of that  institution.���������There appears to be an organized band of burglars prowling about tlie  streets of Victoria and committing depreda-  The  New  Mis*es  on  Kootrxat.���������ff; A.  Honge writes as follows from Peri d'Oreille',  Sept. 20tb, to the:WaUa. Walla Statesman:  A  letter has been received this "afternoon frpui \  a reliable gentteriian. $tr. S. L. Pope)/at the  diggings;;dated 7th ih3tw; He writ'es : -."..There  are 75 men in this district or ca.inp, (there aro;  two districts), and lots of; them coming-in';;  th a ex ten t o f/ Coiih try is; 1 a'rge, cannot toll  much about the mines aw we;, have' no tools.!  John Koge, my, partner, from' WaUsburg, will-  go on t f or: to ol s, etc.:. ^ Can find the color any*.;  where vgot.fifty ceil ts to; the pari; haye taken ���������  up; claims for'Charley 11. aiid; Jequith ;;;can/;  riot hold them' long. -. -\Vo.uld ..hot advise .any-.:  body to cpirieV; ��������� Lee  is ; b uild^n g,������������������> a -ferry,;  Hay nes; li as \ljtketf up a., horse; ranch. ;'.-Kq,; tu-;  dian sigh.iri- ^he; co'untty.    Phelps went iiiv  with' jf at 51ille'r;s Vparty/;: left .'this {pjace \ on  27th August;; they were \botfirst.men in.  H������:  savs : ��������� ,Wc fpiih bVJ: Herri rig wlioil wc arrived ���������  h e re,' alpp e;'arid' wo ri n 3 ed th rough'; th e . sh o til-;  tier.; h^dlliyedit'^ehty-five., days , on* berriesi \  Al leu.. Moore; an'd  Cavehau gh . were, killed. \  j\Ieh'bST6blaVig'fp  themVy.Men* are constant^;  ly going in, aud^there.is not^ the least .doubt,  about goo/1-mines.-  There is not the ^lea8t.:mr  dicariph.ofbadfeeli^ the'; part of. any^  Indainsbiit the,-Upper Kootenay. ;Men fra-:  vel aiorie.iu 'entire safety aoywhore, thr'ough:;  this.viciriity, ,;'"AAA"/i i, ���������    ':-y-A yyyy. y/::  -      -*.     ,,.,       i'.l ",.'���������'���������'���������    ������'. ;. ���������;. ....-"���������  . ���������-      ... "'.   .���������''���������'''���������;"���������'   y:y      ���������'";  . .NEW/WJ3.STMIXSTEH ITKMS FROM   COLUMhTAN1  and.ExAMiNEk^rrThe inhabUants of ;Yaleipre;J  'Sentedrthe-Oohimyan Ho3p^  A sack of copper ore from Howe Souritf is -,to i,  be sent to San Francisco.;for assayJ-~A"specK.  men of silver foHhd! by to  mish ,ri ver assays 174. ozVl 5 dwts. to ;tiie ; tonip  ~yMr. L; Hayfctttj -who has Arrived' in -��������� New'y  Westminster, tias^bech^requesM  lecture' on ;the everiirigjof tbe bpenihg day; ?..-pf:  the Agricultural iExhibiUon.-^draifarHairt-1  ihgs waswelcoined byfan;Vaddrcss ��������� rfrpm -the.;  Town  CounciKMr.;; Hughes - fpnrierly?; of j  Osoyoos has been appointed toll1 col lector'at ^  Clinton; A'' ^ Aa y -AAA^y A-y^A'- mZt  ''.':  ."���������   ";   ���������.S.^-:-    ���������������������������'-'���������& '���������'������������������'��������� "J. y 'i-'J.AK      ������������������V.''\: '  vt. ���������'���������   -.:"'*'.l-''.!'%'���������������������������''. ''"���������*  >   Mit. P."CadelUs icommuulctitionJV on -British;  Columbia'Patents^is': beld.:bver.: -till  issue;- A-'?-.- ������������������'���������/'/y':.y: Ayyy-y/AAy  our-  ;nexti  " BIEli).���������At tbo Royal'.'Hospital,; Victoria, on' 3rd.  idstaut,. Drivicl Scott, *a. bativo of Scotland, aged- 27;  years: '.���������.-'.' ���������.-'���������"?--'-���������;.������������������*'-'-��������� ���������������������������'*���������:��������� v.- ;y'���������'--.-. .-;"v'.; ���������  - 'At' Gordon Bush;*;-Metch'n&ln,- Vj I; >; Q?V 5, .{Qcpr^a;  Washiriccton^cldest sou-of Wi Ilium and Murgflrot'.'Gibbi'.*-  agod two yoats.s.-���������.''���������:��������� ���������'. '���������'A-/.���������.��������� ���������;.--.:���������. y y.��������� ;'.-^'t=  At 'thft Hospi tai; -New Westminst������*,- on theJ7tU fnat'.yC  Janies Miiir,; aged about 'Ao/ti uati ve. of Cauadh:.y yy 'y  T" HE COPARTNKHSHIP ^HERETOPOHl^'KXISTiNaJ  hetwoeuT, B: .Greayf?sand;I.saccVunVolkcnburgh,.,  under tho n:im>A anil stylo,of T. B. Greaves k Co.-, 13...;  ;th|s" day dissolved; by. matuiil consent ; .Isaac Van^;.,  Vol ken b ������ r^h is alono an l bori zed. to collect the deb L<?..  d u o to th e late, fi rm, and- 'all* aocoun ts ow i a tj by - tbo *  late, firm must be praseatfiuvlo I. yanVplkc-nhurgh for ;  payment.."-. .-..,'������������������     '...-,.������������������ i.y    .'���������.���������������������������.-.������������������'���������,'���������;  ,-���������      ��������� ��������� '.:���������: T..B. OREAVKS,.... .- v.,:y;:y;  //,  .  ���������������������������     ���������   -y-y./i. I; VANVOLKENBtBGH. /yy  i:GrouseCreek, Oct; 23,* 1887.  ���������"      .-." "> '���������   '' ���������''/- yy  ,M  WAS-MUCH SURPRISED AT 'NOTICING A  challenge from Mr. G: Wilson tongbt me for "from-  ���������$1 to $500., I -think he and his. friends must bo award  that Iwas loser on the last fight ; but. if Mr. Wilson  or his friends want satisfaction, I will be most happy  to make afreSh-match for any amount not less than  $2 000���������tho light:;to:take:place, within, one hundrad-  miles of Victoria���������and I..will allow, him tho sarad-  amouut'hc*������llowed me for expanses. .The person wht>.  talked so much of Oghting: the winner in my last battle can be accommodated on the same terms. ��������� ., .  '������������������-���������' ,. JOE EDEV:    ,  s  I  Uods With tr real-darin?:; the hoViseof a color-  ���������A  p j  ed woman named Ford, who resides on Pan-  [Although we do not entirely endorse the  whole of our correspondent's views, yet we  must admit that he advances some very practical suggestions, which, if adopted, would be  the means of dealing a death-blow to monopoly, and for this reason, arc well worthy the  consideration of our miners.���������Ed.]  The Express will leave for below this forenoon at the usual hour.  The  steamer California sailed from San  Francisco for Victoria on 7th inst.  dora street, wa9 entered at an early hour one  morning, but the noise alarmed the woman,  when she discovered a man at whom she  fired a pistol shot, without any other effect  than compelling the fellow to beat a hasty  retreat through the window.���������Miss Jenny  Arnot made her last appearance 60 the stage  on.tbe 16th inst.���������A Chinaman who pounded  one of his brethren with a ten pound weight,  was fined 'one pound by the magistrate.���������  The steamer Otter has been withdrawn from  the Sitka fur trade���������Mr. Woofcten's house  was the scene of another burglary; a quantity of clothing was all that was obtained by  the thief.���������The steamer Isabel brought 194  bbls. cranberries'and 101) bbis. salmon from  New Westminster.���������The Dredger, it is said,  will shortly be put to use. in facilitating in  the construction of the dry dockatEsquimalt.  Official Chang es.���������Hon. H. M. Ball has  been appointed magistrate for New Westminster and bon. P. O'Rieliy will resume his  official duties at Yale.  Flouu is advancing in price in Victoria, $9  by wholesale and $10 by tho sack being paid  for extra brands. ���������  PUBLIC MEETING   OF  ALL'THE  MINERS. IN  Cariboo is called for the purpose of. taking in to  i'oriPidoratiou the propriety .of putting up a MINERS'  next, 26th inst., at Hair-Past. Seven o'clock, P.M., at  MISS WILSON'S Saloon, HftrkcrvNIe.  BY* ORDER OP SEVERAL MINERS.    ,  ' October 21, Z86 7. __���������  FOR   SALE.  i     SMALL  QUANOTV   OF   FURNITUUE,   THE ���������  A property ol'a family leaving the country.  .  ��������� ALSO ���������  A UrstclassSAFE,.by the celebrated Tilton k Mc-  Farlaivi. '/'/.'���������  Apply for particulars at  ���������.,-...;���������     Drug Store, Barternllft.  Oct. 21, 1807. '     - ^  NOTICE.  ON AND AFTER THE  FIRST   DAT  OF  NOVE5I-  ber, 1SG7, all mining claims in Cariboo District-  will be laid over till the 20th May, 183$.       .   .  ;   ���������: -^.-brew, - ���������      ���������   ��������� ,     '  Gold Comicifeionsy;  'Richfield, 18th Oct.,'136?.  ���������������������������I'  ���������.- \\ ���������  r!i-  i  i1 ���������  A  %  K  u  l. j1. j. ja ^i'. - .raj-aM Vt |gig?^??!5?^������^^I.li^u*!W--������JJ.jl^UU4gw iar^*f{^|i^P^^^u<|wwuiMr������Ba8g  Zy.% /.'��������� p^.^B;-TB^R;vvy   :/���������"'���������'  ��������� In tmriiping, as Ih: everything .else, exper-  ie n ce m alee th w ise. and th e eipe r ien ced t ram p  ���������';  when'on ttio road,: suffers/less in person, purse  and wardrobe than his. Inexperienced brethren.;^Tiie'p^actisedvtraidp hM-:ioj^pi6uS'-:iu.i^:  ,thbds;6f fastening"--on; but^uvor repairing a  ��������� broken brace..   He can' generally do a bit .of  y extempore tailoring, andean, at a'push, wash  his own shirt and'stockings; and he has .got  rid of that fallacious notion, as erroneous as  1 '.'   il ii uncleanly, that iti .hardens the feet to  y   leave them unwashed,: and';';bathes' them; at  least once a day whenever; it is possible: to dp  ; so. ;^He is great on;the:subj^t;6f. shoes j -and  knows-that the b est ki nd for ? train pi ng. in . are  a strong pair of lace-tips jtbat havenever .been  ' cobbled; aridV.which V have;; beep ^sufficiently  worn" to   bring them to> 'the; set-bf the feet.  ./When' on' the yroadV; ythe.; old-: tra m p;  al way s  ;���������������������������:;: keeps:his bootsi^well.'grdased^^ndis^generally:  .  ;iri;po^essipn of "cheap land; cunning.; receipts  for/the-manuTafe^ at  yLAiit^saivne ".ti me^soften^tfe -.leather;' aiid^jrepder  ~ ^:*~p^YvionftoJdamp.    lie -, is weather wise,  .and'v will-��������� read  the   approach of a stbriti iri  signs that would Altogether escape the notice  ,'.'���������;.   of a 'young tramp. ; He has a beneficial know-  A ledge of -what may beVealteri road craft, and  Zy'y has a practical -acquaintance with'the instarid  ��������� - 'A oii te ?6f many* roads I v. /On co.irii o g to.^th e; co m -  ��������� ^meRcemeat of a long stretch of soft- 6r: igrass  ; -bordered^roadi-he' will in dry ;��������� weather,vtake  V. ^ff;Eis, boot-Sy'fili Dg^; th'ern'i ac������0s������~Ws4!iou 1 d'ers;  . and^walk;barefoot; by; this, means '.saving his  ; ; ��������� boote apd^easingiand cooling his;>feeft i and if  ;.;Zytfgm-being a long time off tramp^ hisyfeet/become blistered or inflamed; hey can doctor  \; thei^^nfully^^The oldytramp^ too;=- knows  ���������I 2:tbe Jn^t adyantageoug mariner of Jay ing out  :; smXn-sums^pf money; ^He^willnot^like ��������� the  A jii^xperienced^buy twopenny worths of bread  A Jahd>ctu5ese^or;:expend.his -cjoppers in: the^purv  :.:-:- 'chafeI-of-thejoV-priced>bu������really:i dear* pro:  . ,f du^ionsjpgsniail cpoksb^s. ^ J3e:adoptsy;the  "mpro:profitable plan of buying his provisions  ;-;iriHhe;rpugh. and by weight, and as he knows:  1' the harries and prices of all 'the l(odd bits" in  ythe bttatchers'shop", he   can   iurlulp's His- the  ,   luxury ofkflesh'meat rnvoh' oftener than'an inexperienced man, and can vary the' dressing  ;:;.;:;&pd;;eoG  '_ ,a s^irprisiDg as-WL���������Dickens's All  .1^ Year  "-  Eound, ��������� * ' ' '   '        i  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  ESP.   TAYLOR,  y Druggist,  .'.'. BA .R-KB R VILLE.  HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A. CHOICE SE-  lection of 'Drugs' and Patent Medicines, including tho celebrated Golden. Balsam,' and Murphy's  Mixtures, for th������ .complete cure of Secondary Syphilis;  Also a uroat variety of Sarsapa'rillas, Hair -Brushes,  Tooth Brushes,'Oimbs,Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soap.?,-Lubin's Extracts, Rose Water and other Perfumeries, Garden. Seeds, &c., &c.. y  '> Just received-^an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1867; n'nd Bill lard. Table articles.  P/S��������� Prescriptions carefully compounded.    1-s  ���������AyFOSTER.   OF   LILLOOET,  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  CHEMIST.  VICTORIA SEED STORE  Corner of Langley Alley and Yates St.  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened the above premises with' a-large  and well assorted Stock  FRESH AGmCULTlJRAl, VEGETABLE  AND FLOWER SEEDS..  The business of the late firm of Jay & Co., Fort St.,  and Springfield Nursery, will he carried on. by them  in nil its hranches.  " .Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and Deciduous  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description. ,..-'���������    ./.���������������������������   ���������..-:��������� . ���������; . .  Lis ���������  KOADSIDB ADVERTlSEWEKTs!  ST ABLIKajbrHOHSES.  WILLIAM   McWHA, '  I-YTTON CITY, B. C, .:"'.'  Bege to Inform the public generally that he fc  STABLE & COBILL ACCCMOBATlOB  ���������: ( On hie premises for upwards of 2C0 Horse?  Hay hnd Oats for Sale cheap  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR W  TERMS   BIODEPATK... f'  Mrchnnlcs.   Also the popular;Patent. Medicines, and  -Draeg1s-Lsrfiiin<?rlcs.> *"���������.",  * -I^tor^CrdciMoi?, -Wtiffies,- Cupeljp-jBrgot-MoaWsj  etc.j etc ;.' '���������, ������������������-' ..-���������������- - ������������������  : PRESCRIPTIONS FAITHPULLT PRKPAREO.  . .: ..;;;:������������������,.:-;,���������-...-        ,/ _. , F# w. FOSTER,'   ''  .rnal      :; ., y.Chemist  ��������� - ��������� :  ; 'YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS.  BENJAMIN BOUG-'LAS. Successor to A. ��������� C.  WETX?,.SAUDtE and Harness Maker, Yale, B.C.  yjGgff-i A'complete'assort aient of Stock/constantly on  tiihtiL/r/ yX/' ���������>;���������" A/A i'-iZyZyy/'. A**: y:::i-sy'';  }A'--   ���������'���������'��������� "������������������  ;.- y Front ; Street, Yale, B; Zpyy  ECS TQ ;aNN6u;*CE to the inhahitnnts ofCtrllioo  that'heintehistofo'rwa'ri (assoon as the state of  .the.: Roads, will permit)/-, a large and well assorted  Mock 'of CoOKxyG Stoves, which ��������� he" will ��������� dispose of a t  PRiors. to Suit' the , Times; .' ."���������. -.- /��������� r, r..::���������; -.:  -!-yale;;8th-April;M867::-".;y 2/yA^yA. ���������'. ZiiHiAi 2:1/2  . ;';:A':feeedmak;s; wedding;  r*5h~ .omt.^ (st Un������ Wtfi-xitnvM'b Bureau at  Mobile ordered:='a negro'-coupl^  broughfcTbefore bim to be takhh lo yy justice  aad r������sZnh3d ic? Qbxnyjs Tearor^ TucWl\eo;  ^A^yZexplnmmg-'AA' duties and- obligations  :j^qiiested them to. join hands. ��������� , ���������  ' Bride'��������� "> I isn'twgwine to do' it;i-1 doesn't  wat������������ to t'^u-niiflSn to do wid dat;n!gger;" *' '  Groc^y {/I isn't particular fbout m'arryin'  wid.de gal,   Inebber lubbedde wench."  This protest opened the -squire's' eyes like  "two full moons,in the harvest" He asked  what was thfc me'aning^of-it. "Just then a representative of the'bufeau, stepped,in? and 'informed ihe justice that they were ^ordered by.  the freedman's court to be married;- and. h;e;  had;come to.;:s.ee the senteoee executed/ Witti  tbis understanding, Justice Starr; told' the  * ��������� happy cou pie'J toy join hands; wh ich they  did;;after much persuasion, and, the following  ;, ec^o |Jo:ccu'rred; yZyiZyAyyyyyyAyzy2ZiZAZZyy:^yy  Justice���������li Do you take, this man to be your  . wedded Kusbandv to Iove, honor, obey: etc."-??f  Bride���������^ No, I doesn't; not much I doesn't,  -I wouIdn^t hab a jfour-acre lot ofjsiich -trash^f  Freednian?s Bureau-^r"vYes, we do,'squire.  Wetake;him. go"on with the ceremony." *  Ju&^ woman: ^to  beryour wedded wife* to love, cHerish, etc^  Groom���������MI tole yje.dat I wasn-^t -'cicular. I  Isn't hankenn? arter de crow- IVcan lib with*  out the ole gal.'J , - ':'  JFr|MnVan?s JBtireau-���������"periainlyv we take  he^'of course we do-^-shits /to' a single allspice.'; Hurry up the' cakes."   - '"* :  >Jiisfice^i,Then J pronounce.yon man and  wife;, and may the iiord have; mercy on your  voui&J'AAyyyAyyZ: yvrAiy-l-i- A   v-���������' y,- yy- ���������./���������-:  \.     .' FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,!:-.    .z<,  PARTIES I>R?IROUS of shipping i freightAWrrti Dr������.  patch j will find it to their, ad vantage by. giving us  a'call hefore* engaging elsewhere . "������������������"-���������.  ���������:- ::AL\7AY:-& BAILEY.:; :  v ;Yale,; April 8th; 1867. ,. . '-\.m ;���������>: ������������������;���������;���������: Al:s'yy.  W. H. Slittbn,'  L OMON  HO USE,  .    GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.      ;   /  who,lesale"nd retail.  '������������������Ay drHrTURMER; & COr       ...        v .  importers op  English & French Silks. Shawls, Dresses, Un  derclothing/ Gloves, and eyery description of  Pripery Goods. r-  . Receive reguInr?uppllf!s by Express via Panama and  hy saHinpr vessels vhrCipe Hern.  US* Partieuhr'fVttcnHnn ijiven to all orders.  .  London Firm���������J. 'p. .T!'xsta������t. k Co. 1.3'  ..   .y    ESTABLISHED 1858.  ylyZ/'yi   HOTEL DE FRANCE; ;   ���������     \  ,GbyER^5iK.\T Street, VicTrRiA, V..I. -  THS;RESTATJRANT is suppled with all tlie  delicacies of the season, and the sleeping accomodation is replete-with every comfort. The best of  Wines, Liquors and Cipir.<'      >   .. ��������� .  1-s    . ..;;    J, BIGNE k CO.. Proprietors.  HEN^Y GREENBAUM,; WHOLESALE LIQUOR  Store; Importer of Fin������ Mk^hschaum Pipes, Stems  Mouthphces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Vic-  roriM, V; I.  -v:������������������.-���������. .������������������.;���������= .. .. ...:---.,--/   ���������;     tr8.-.=  ���������-��������� C; E. ROMBROT,  ... /BOSTON BAR, B.C.,  Wholesnle and Retail- Merchant'in    ���������  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  LIQUORS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, fcc.  ls *  ')J  TS OPEN. FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF mi-  \ Travel!inr public: the hedronns arc spaciciip nnd  airy and the Reds cannot, bosurpasfjed 'for"c1������Pui|riC,,  hnH comfrri;by any In the lower��������� country.; theTafc]*. it  nlwayssupplied with the b^st of yictiiftH, gta^JJ  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on ninni  JITLES RUEFP; C"������irMissioy Mprchavt,' Royal  Hotel Ruillinp, Wharf street Victoria, V.L   1-s  CLEAL'S G^ppke Htse  Avn  Rk^tacravt;  Govern mon t. Street,. Victoria,-V. I. * This is the  cheapest,'most comfortable, and best.attended Establishment lii the City' .  The"BAR is always supplied  with- the .choicest^bf'  WixE9,.LrQroRs find Cigars. ;.. ...i-s  HOUSE  yy yBOWJk ,H^^?PrbprJ^or>^y;  THIS HOUSE Is situated 26mHeBfromQtiesneWomh  The proprietors having latrly fitted up bc<?rof.mJ  and pood-Beds are now prepared to afford ev^ryjiccom.  mpdation. fnr.Trayellers; the Table Ib furnished with all  tbo luxuries that can'be procured; the Bar is well m.  pile'', with the host brands of Liquors an������' Sepnrs; mi".  Stablinp, Hay. Oats"and Barley. ' 4������* The CHEAPEST  ���������House on the Road.; y   ?:>: cr./y     i,%',  i; j ���������: 123 MILE HOUSE,-/y.  ;���������  - ; lake tA hache; ;"': yz-'��������� ';���������:  Ti T. iWAlTERS, formerly of the H MtieHow������'  ��������� V having.purchased thlSfRnnch, is.now prrpsrel  to acromodnto the traveling public with GOOD MK/IS  and BEDS, at mod crate'rat cb. '; *.-   \.&   '.'  DEALER IN Wives, Ltquors and Cigars, Coal Oil,  ;C6a! Oil Limps, &c.V-: X '/AAA y:y'--^,;p :-:-.'  A.y AG3SNT";FOR:B^NSTER'S;.ALE ! '���������[  ;i\ :A,2i���������yy:yi.^:i^yyanZi^x^I!Bi^.i2��������� V--'    "'*���������".:",���������  .Yale, AprillStb, 1867.'   ,     'Vy ; y .y.. :".. -..1-s. X  Storage aiidL Forvv^Ming!  AA/yyyy-.   y   YALE, B.; a ��������� -A yy:y''y:y  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE-LYT;  ton; Routs, arc advised that    ���������   ��������� .  . y   KIMBALL & GLADWIN  .'Have erected nn extensive Storehouse and Dock at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods. Goods rcrpacked, and freights engaged at the  Lowest; Rates; '"   '-.' -  ���������Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to.the care of. ;y   ���������     .. -  "  :\.Xs;   .yy. .KIMBALL, k GLADWIN.    .  4FRANKEL. Victoria, V. li; -Denier in Furs'  .������������������ Sktvs, Hioks, Woo������, kc.   Liberal advances made  on Furs consigned,  hart Bros. Victoria,-  Reference-  Y. I.  -G. Stitro & Co.-Rein.  ALA:      Vs  (^    STJTRO & CO.. -Importers an*d- Dkaters in  X.   CIGAR?, TOBACCO, Jleershaum Pipes, k<tt S E  'corner.of Yates and Wharf street Victoria . s  ;; Corp; tn?Spitzenb;krgkn.^-No description  caii give an adequate idea of the ihteriso rigor  of fclie^slx months' winter 6f this part of the  worlds Stones';crack: with ^he noise of; thnfi2  der; in a cro wded htit the breath 6f the bccu-  panfcB will fall, jaZ&^$sJtfym6wAi: wine and,  spiri .to turn to ice; the snow burns ' like 'tinnkZ  tic:; if^i^on touches the skin it brings the flesh.  away with it; the solegy;of your stockings  may be bitrnt off your ;f0ety before you. feel  the.;*slightest;; warafa.^  taken,out pf boiling water: instantly stiffens  tothec^sisienCyAbf.^Swoojdenaboar^ and  heated stones will notSpievent: the sheets of  the bed from feezing -If these are the effects  of;the climate ^thin'tSlai^  hut, what must, they toe^ among the dark, storm-  lashed mountain; peaks dufeido?1 'A/.-yX:  Y^ yWINKLE STORE.  rrHE UNDERSIGNED be^s to inform the miners and  ; J.:residents in & around Van Winlcl.^thnt. he will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand.nn^:  linp'^s by closo at ton tionto^businessyvand by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the pal  troria^O-of all. '  ' Orders from outlayinc creeks accompanied with, the  CASH, will bo forwarded with.promptness and dispatch. ....  j&ty Terms CASH, without distinction.  .' 1-s ���������    i     .    J. W.  LINDHARD.    :  v    BLUE   TENT,  -   -".'  :    .'���������or��������� ;_' x  127   MIL^ HOUSE.  THE UNDEDSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  desirablp prnp?rty, is. now Pr^pir.Ml to nnenromo.  date thetrayelH.n^ public. ,; The tai do js supp.lied.witfi  tli 0 v ery bes t of vi a n d s.'" the bed room s a n ��������� I h������-1 s are  as comrdrtable as couM Ho desired, and tho. BAR c'nn.  tainsnotlilng but tho best brands of LIQUORS and  cigars.-,"...;"...;;::-:        '-':'���������'-', --,   \  A. good stock of Grain nnd Ha y 'alwin vs on hn nd'.:.  3rd Mfly, 1867. 3 W. WRIGHT;  KWONG; LEE & CO., Commisstox Mfrohav'ts; Im-  f Po������TRRs,'and DaUers in Chinese Goods, Victoria,  V. I.j Yale, .Lillooet, Quesnelmouth,. and. Williams  Creek.    ���������     ', .... j,s  T? "WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler jhA  I Jm and Kn^raver, Government street, next rfy^  to the St. Nicholas-Hotel-, Victorin,v: I. &I^f  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.    A'A  T.-THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-war bctweco  rV Spence's Brt'!^e and Clinton, on'the.: Yale Route.;  Traveller? will find Good AccommodJition. . ThebeMfifl-  .1 Iriiifi, of Liquors, .and'of Wines' V Fresti-Butt������r, Milt'  nnd Vegetables. . Good Stabling and cheap feed;   ir  OOLG 1STIAL   HOTEL,;  ,t SODA  CREEK.  A GREAT. REDUCTION baa been made Intbe ehtitvs,;  XX. at this.establishment, so as to suit the times.-'  y Meals,'$l;Beds, 75 Cents:    >  .:  , A -       ��������� McLEESE k SENA?,  ..  ;- Proprietors..*.;  May  1st,   1867. J-s  EMALLANDATNE, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL  ��������� AGEVT. Government Street. Victoria, V. T.   1-s  DAILY and ��������� WFFKXY " BRITISH COT.O ^ IPT  and ^VICTORIA CHRONICLE." Orders for-mail-  ing cither the; Duly or Weekly"Isfups or the nbovo to  any-part of Europ\ tho United States, Ciriadn, Au������lra-  Iia,^c, left at thisnfllce or sent to Victoria will be:  attended to.. Terms in advance Wkekiy. 12mo������  with Postal, $7 50 ; 6mos. do., $4 75, D.uly 12  mo's do., $23 ; 6mos do.. $12 50. ':'  ��������� -36 MfMB   POST,  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  QUR   COFFEE.  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  Packed in Tin3 of from  each.,       ���������'���������.������������������'!,  two to twcnly-dvc pounds  1-s  WILSON k MURRAY,"  Forts������r?.'-t. Victoria.  THOS. WILSON & CO.  IMPORTERS OP ENGLISH MEROHADIZE  ''Wholesale and Retail.  Masopic H:i 11 Govern men t St rent Tipton a.   1-s  TRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at tais  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEDS.  STABLING FOR HORSES.    .  TIMOTHY HAY; and OATS at Lowest .Rates.  BO0THROYD. BRO������S,';  1-s - -" '  Propricters.  The Bonaparte House,;  QKMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors; at the  O Junction of tbe .Cariboo and Bfe Bend; Roads,ds  now npVn for the accommodation' of the public. Die*  tancc from Clint oii.'20 miles; .from Savanas Steamboat  LVndinp, 22niile������; from Spence's Bridge, 20 .miles. ;  Travellers will find prices and accommodatifJBS to stilt  the times. Give them a. call. .Stabling, Hoy & Grain;  attentive h'ostlors. Stages, leave here regularly for  rc.}c: njd'C.'.riboo l-s  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS;  Sie^m E^rv To.;bn;.lu^ frens all respect  OASAMAYOTJ beojs leave to state that, he  .has removed his stock of Goods consisting; of Gro-  OERrFS^&q.; from Wharf street to the Brick Bui! ling  on Yrites street, adjoining CowperJs Boot Store, opposite Wei Is, vFarpo;& Co. ' ��������� A , -. ,  .He will sell his Goods by Wholesale, at the lowest  rates,vfor cash';'-.���������'.'..'./. y.y           '.>-. V*.'-'*''        ��������������������������� ������������������:''/i-*i.y>  WIIjTilAMZEtJHER; dealer in bRUGs.MKDi  ;.CIN'ES fmd;Ci!BMTCA'TS,-Fancy aril Toil -t Articlesi  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c. : physiciimsf-Pre-  scriptions carefully compounded and orders answered  with care and dispatch.'  Victoria, VI. * 1.5  ���������..";���������';;������������������;;"   A; W/pipJER,  '.CON'F'B C T IO;N;El;'  ;', .'Government Sireclj opp^'itcthe TItehWei,   .   ;'  (^AiypiK8iPf.;overy.rfePcription manufactured and  V sold,.Wholesale nn.d'Retail.'       v Ip  Free Port for Ever !  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE; pl2a.������uro in an-  nouncini? to our numerous  customers" an! the  puoljc, that we will supply them with the best Fre\ch  Lpatijkr:Boots {������������������' u ty I ree) c ver bin:ra 1 r In B. C.   v  : WTAt our old Stand, Government St.,. Vic tori a, iy I  ;1*s; ; V   A.X.. CHARITY k BUTLER. ,  THE  UNDERSIGNED    IS- NOW  PREPARED TO  nflbrd every accommodation to the tniVflling puc������  lipi and bop^s, by a strict attention to bufiness, to  m->rit a share of the pitroha^e bestowed on the formfT;.  propri a tors    T f ds I s on e of ihe wos t com rort'a ble, P nd.  corn iu 0f' 1 n us Ho trls eh tiie road,; con.ta} n 111 & as it ;does   ;  warm an'liw'dl furntehed bed-rooms; with" pood; bedsy .-���������,:  THf TA RLE is suppl iod wi th rv ry delicacy it. is pos-... ',  ih)-* to 'procure in the upper^country," The-BARiW:���������  stocked with  Cignrs.  yyyy^-mj\2.EB2'^:COM  OHSAP Store.   LADIES' and GENT'S CA^T OFF  Clot'liinff bought and sold. ; Secondhand Watches'  Guns,-Pistols; &c , for sale...; .- -' %  tBr:Govera'tnent street opposite' the Theatre,   1-s  /:':;y'j:-,c;BEEQY,:;:';v'!;-;:.,:������������������;:  COMMISSION & FORWARDING AGENT.  WILL   PAT, PARTICULAR   ATTENTION  TO   SE>  ������r. l^cime. purchasing, or forwarding Goods lor the  uppTcfnn'ry.  .  Any commi^i>n entrusted to his care, will receive  prompt attention. ;   ���������'"  -Rpftrenw* :-W.A. Mbachau, E. A. Wadhams, T.  Harper, J.J.. Bramly. yy*  Victoria;, April, 186T. X ���������-. 1 ���������      ���������  ibd hest'of Lia^or8^and.,the;cbojccBt,  Xlffii, MRALS^; $ i. 5Cy Mt^*'^y:t  AThe.stabling for Horses Ha 11 that could.bo desired,  .  and the-charffe's arexsrv.i moderHe, ���������- Hfiy for Horses  ���������per. day, $2 .; Oats and "Barley at-tbo pheapest marKet..  Mies'' "���������'.; ;.-;.���������;.:.';.���������:���������.- ������������������������������������ -'L'..;  The un d ersighed 'has a, lar^e; qu an tl t y of OAT - PA Y;  on hand ��������� for stile in large'<^;^alir���������tu^n>t)tie&*!-;���������';'������������������;.���������";; - y  1-s JOHN PELLEiTiERiJPropriotor'  :s  B 0 S;t O N y BA R.  InternatiDiial  m  /fHIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open tor:������*  I Vrllir^. TheTwbl-.* is supplied as formerly^?*"  1 ho.h.'Pf. the market afibrds, and the Cooking canno-  iv excelled.    The Bar le stocked with the1 fines^w..  QuorsandOiaARS*   GOOD BEDS. ^���������  ,  WD^UAM OEARTERS  lm

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