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 Vol. 4.  Barkerville, Williams Creek, B. C., Monday, September 9,-1867.  m. 37;  'COUNTY    COURT,,  (Before H.- M. Ball, Esq.)  Monday, 2nd Sept., 1867;  Dodero & Manetta v. T. Simpson--Claim of  $64 50 for goods sold and delivered.to defendant. Adjourned to enable plaintiffs to  produce their books. * ": Ay  . Ryan y. Beauregard Gol���������Claim of $32 for  labor, performed for. ^defendants. It was  shown that the work was not done for the  company, but for one of the members of the  company.    Judgment. for defendants, with  'COStS.    ������������������-���������'���������:'.    Cunio v. Thurber-^laim-of $97 78 for  goods sold and'delivered. Judgment for  plaintiff ; to be paid, in monthly- instalments  of$40.: '.'-. ������������������' a 2'- ��������� T - "'  ���������> Mouttet & Co. v. B.ertran & Cayet���������Claim  of $35 59'balance of account for 'provisions  - fnFnishedi~--Judginenfeior.plaintiffs with costs...  Mouttet & Co. v. Bertran & Co.���������Claim of  $202 65 for goods furnished;;includinginterest for ten months,,.at threeper cent-per.  month. Defendants disputed i.the itehi of interest, which.amounted to $60, and plaintiffs  failing to prove any agreement, judgment was  given for; the amount; without", interest*,' viz.,  $142, ... TiAT:.  Evening Stat Co. v. T. Archdale���������Promis-  : t sory note ��������� for $40. , Judgment for plaintiffs,  ���������ywithcosts^$20 to be paid immediately, ��������� and  $20 in a fortnight..       Ay/ATX -XT  /, J. H. Todd & Co: y. D. McArthnr���������Promissory note fbr $85. 25. Judgment fOr. plaintiffs  with.costs. ��������� ;. .-���������- y-   - '������������������-.,  argued, lb fix the ownership���������and the court,  seeing the peculiar circumstances ot the case,  dismissed the summons.'--'���������' Bobby" has long  been an object of curiosity to all ..who have  beecme acquainted with his interesting ;Ws-  tory. His constant appearance in the graveyard'has caused many enquiries to be. made  regarding him, and efforts-out of number  have been made from time to time to get possession of him. The old curator, of course,  stands up as; the next claimant to Mr. Trail,  and offered-to'pay the. tax himself.rather than  have "Bobby ?;~^i Grey friars*' Bobby," to  allow him his full name���������put out of the way.  ���������Scotsman."     -'"''.'-.'.  - V STRANGE STORY OF-A DO&- ' .-���������  . A very singular and interesting- occurrence  was lately brought, to, light- in the . burgh  icourt, Edinburgh, by the; hearing; of a summons in; regard to a dog tax.  Eight and  . ahalf. years ago, it seems, a man named Gray,  pf whom iipthing now. is \ known, except that  he was poor; an d 1 i ved in a qtiie t ��������� way in so me  obscure part of thei.tawn.T.w;as.buried in Old  Greyiriars1 Churchyard.    His grave, levelled  . by the hand of time, and, unmarked- by any  stone, is scarcely discernible ;.but, though no  human interest. would seem to attach'to it,  the sacred spot has not been wholly disregarded and forgotten. ;During all these year?,  the dead fnan's faithful dog has kept' watch  and guard over the grave, and it was this  animal for which the collectors sought to re-  ��������� cover the tax.   James Brown, the old curator  of the burial ground, remembers Gray's funeral, and the dog, a scotch .terrier, was, he  says, one of the most conspicuous of the  mourners.   The grave was closed in as usual,  and next morning, " Bobby,"-as the dog is  called, was found lying on the newly-made  mouud.    This was an innovation which old  James could not permit, for there was an order at the gate stating, in the' most intelligible ..characters,    that  dogs    were    not  admitted.   "Bobby" was accordingly dri ven  out, but next morning he was there again, and  for  the second time was discharged.   The  third morning was cold and wet, and when  tbe old man saw tbe faithful animal, in spite  of all chastisement, still lying; shivering on  the grave, he took pity on him, and gave him  some food.   This recognition of his devotion  gave " Bobby" the right .to make the churchyard his home ; and from that time to the  present,he has never spent a night away from  his master's grave.   Often in bad weather  attempts have been made to keep him within  doors, but by dismal howls he has succeeded  in making it Known that this interference is  not agreeable, to him, and latterly he.has always been allowed to have his way.    At  almost, any time during the day, he may be  seen in or about the churchyard ; and no  matter how rough the night may. be. nothing  can induce him to forsake the hallowed spot,  whose identity, despite the irresistible obliteration it lias undergone, he has so faithfully  preserved.   " Bobby'' has many friends, and  the tax-gatherers have by no means proved  his enemies.   A weekly treat of steaks was  long allowed him by Sergeant Scott, of the  Engineers ; but for more than six years he  has been regularly fed by Mr. John Trail, of  the Restaurant, Greyfriars'place.    He is constant and punctual in his calls, being guided  in his mid-day visits by the sound of the time-  gun.   On the ground of;" harboring" the dog  in this way, proceedings were taken against  Mr. Trail'for payment of the tax.   The defendant expressed his willingness, could he  claim the dog, to be ��������� responsible for the tax ;  but so long as the animal refused to attach  himself to any one, it was impossible, be  Tub.New Dominion* ani> its Deuts.���������As  already stated, it is provided that the several  provinces shall enter into their relations on  the 1st July, with' debts'as follows : Canada,  $65,000,000.; Nova Scotia. $8,000,000 ; and  New Brunswick,.$7,000,000. The population  of Upper aud Lower Canada is now in all  probability about 3,100,000 ; that..of 'Nova;  Scotia, 375,000 ; and tliat of New Brunswick,  300,000. .The average debt per head, of. the  .population, therefore, wil 1 be,.as follows :���������-:  Canada. 20:96.;,Nova Scotia, 21:33 ; and New.  Brunswick, 22:33. The debt of Canada 13, it  wil 1 be see n; "p r op or tio nat ely less tb a n that of  either Nova Scotia or New Brunswick,; al|J  though the reverse has generally been .sup-.  posed to be the case. Canada has invested in  canals, $15,500,000 ;':in river.improvements,  $3,000,000 ; in harbors and' lighthouses, $2';-  500,000 j in roads aud bridges, $1,700,000 ;  and ' in .railways, '$31,130,000���������making in  round numbers, .$54,000,000. In public works;  New Brunswick has invested- about $4,700,-  000, and Nova Scotia about $4,300,000.-^-Can-'  adian Paper.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  . r Vv?������ ���������        AM.       M.VM.Ul M   VV..VWI--       l������fl*v"|   "*?V'Ji  section had dpne the same by m arry*j  ie." ��������� ��������� A' * North e rn  editor' re to rts  that  An Eastern paper says. that a man in .'.New  York'got himself into trouble by marrying  two wives. A Western editor replies, many-  in that  ing. one  quite a number of 'his acquaintances ...found  trouble enough by barely promising to marry ?  without going.any further. A Southern editor says that a'friend of his was. bothered  enough when simply found in company, with  another man's wife. '";  f ASHIGN SALOOl,  -y' '!/��������� BACKERViliLE,y   '       "  "a ,  W I LLIAMS   C FL E fe K ii  THE PROPRIETORS1 BEG LEAVETO ANNOUNCE  v 'Mi the public thrit,they.have enlarged, refurnished,  uhd thoroughly renovated tbeir capacious and thsb-  ionable saloon, sparing ncitliorpains not, expense for  the comfort of their Patrons, "  ; This is now the largest and most complete Saloon in  British. Columbia; consisting of three large separate  apartments, viz.: .CARD. ROOM,"- BAR ROOM, and  BILLIARD .'SALOON, .containing three superb BIL-  LI AUD TABLES.': A X'  ��������� Tbo best LIQUORS nnd. CIGARS , obtainable, are  served here, ��������� Tu is establishment, is under the immediate superiu ten (lejico ot the Proprietors. ���������-*������������������������������������  - "      '   '"   '        -' APLER & BARRY.  ..- Juno 6th, 1867.      . 4m        yyy  a ���������& pzk&K B<m^~&ry-  "BARKERY ILLE.- ,  ''���������"'"    /lZ  2/:{B^i{I{E' yB:^;OBi  ���������yy X.   ���������;/. ���������/..,, ..^DEALERS IN... -���������        AT -M   A\h  ;PE0������ISMS,:6E0CEMES,::16  ClSAiRS,: LIQUORS,y Z  y Glothing aiid Hard^^rfe;:  :yV;BARK E'R^IJiLE.   '���������;'.-.-;'.;-  .Tunc 27,1867.     -;    ���������-��������������������������� y'. '.V v '���������������������������'- '"   '''AAAyAyi.  NEW- ADVERTISEMENTS.  u  The; Caritooo   Sentm^,'5  Cariboo Literary Institnte  ., - .IJ.'S. THOMPSOX, PaEsmEKT.y" ; /;>���������,".'' !--.H  y JAMES' ANDERSON; ViCK-PitusmB-vry  . -  JOHN MacLAREN, . "  JOSEPH CLEA1UHLTE,^  JOSEPH PARK;   - -'  ^Directors;  ; We have often heard and read, of inducements held out by editors and publishers of  newspapers to persons forwarding new .subscribers, but the following is the latest, which  we copy from an exchange : " The editor of  the Gardiner Journal is offering premiums for  subscribers.. This is one���������for two new subscribers, furnished by any good looking  young lady, we will furnish a husband, or if  we fail in that, we wil I marry her ourself as  soon as the law will aliow."  rpiiIS<INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AT,.BARKER-;  A. ville,.where,.U is how fitted' \Vp with o. yiew.to_the  comfort ami convenience of the people of Cariboo y ���������-  '.The Reading-Room will he found supplied; with the  latent English; Scottish,^Canadian; American and: Colonial P������iperd';ail-H .Magazines.- .X~~ '���������--���������"���������]���������--' ��������� '���������;  .. Terms of Subsc'rip,tion~$n per;Quarter,.or $2: per  M^nth. Single vbhunes loaned to noh���������subscribers at  50*cents per Volume, with. SI deposit.A/Ai&T  Persons not.subscribers, visiting thcileading Room,  ainl making use of:the Books and Papers, 25 cents.for  each visit . .  ;��������� The Room'wiii bo opmvfroin TEN, A. M.. till TEN.  P.M.-       y.iy   ��������� ���������: JOHN ���������.BOWKON,-  i   .        " '������������������-". ..      ';.'       Secretary and Librarian/���������!  X. B ���������A-fine assortment of Books and Stationery is  alwaj's kept for sal o. ' 13s  jfiST* Allow no one. to. put you oft' with any other  Collee than ; FelPs best. To be had from allrespcct-  able dealers. ������������������'......  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL".  JOB PRINTING   OFFICE.  ���������o���������  HpHE  STOCK  OF THIS  OFFICE   HAVING  BEEN  1 considerably augmented hy the recont importation  of a variety of new Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  for  -    Posters, Circulars, Cards,  Billheads, Programmes for  Balls, Concerts, and  Theatrical Entertainments.  Orders for any description of Job Work will be executed with neatness aud despatch.  JO������" Terms moderate.. ������^������ft ���������  ; /��������� HEW  TIN SHOP,    -  T" HE UNDERSIGNED have commenced in the above  business, in Barkerville, ahd soiicit a share of piib-  Uc patronage. /;,      ., ���������      .  Cast  iron stoves  Always on hand.  *W"ork  and JofoMng  ew  Done at reasonable rates.  A. McPherson,  ft  A.M)  JEWEL  AT E.  HODGENS'  Barkerville, 1st May, 1SGT.  L  ER,  OLD   STAND,  l-s  REMOVAL.  c.  ST BO XT SB,  DEALER 1^   :  HARDWAEE, ���������L0TB  ETC., ETC.,  : :  ' BA.llKEUYILLE.';  Has removed to his NEW STORE, onr,osite  DENTAL HOTEL;  iff  OCCI-  13  U3=- Our Teams run regularly: between Yale and  Cariboo and all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to..  1-S  E. PEAKSON & BROS.  F. V. LEE,  Auctioneer, Collector,  ��������� AND ������������������  MINING    AGENT.  Goods sold on Commission.  Salesroom, Barkerville.  Office,  RichOcld.���������  5-s  August Stampelil,  K  E  BARKERVILLE.  aud Shoes  A large assortment of Boots  hand.  always on  1  T  X PRE'S S  DIETZ   &.   W'k-L.S  BRITIS.H COLUMBIA  AMD   VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS,' FARGO & CO.,  for CaljXoruia. Oregon, thc Atlantic States .  .'  ���������. -and Europe. '������������������"���������������������������  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET WITH BABNARD^S  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  Vor Big'Bend, Cariboo and tho Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure. Valuables, Letters, Packages arid  Paresis; 1-a  .    SMI-WEEELt  PAPER.  PUBLTSUKP -.I/VKKr .'MONDAY   AND   TnURSDAY'.  ���������  j" ALL AN & CO., Proprietors. '  Ornojv-BARKERVILLE,. Wil?.iams' Crkek,' Cariboo.  ''������������������] : Subscription^ $ 1 per iWeek..  (including cost of deliveiy;) Payahic::;lo tho Carrier^  i  S  ?  Ad am s l ;��������� P e a r c y ; & Go.y  ���������'A   '���������'-"'������������������.'BARKERVILLE,  . Have just receircd a choice selection of  Cast iron cooking stoves  -1      f������*A������Vj  with various other articles-in tliolr line of trade  ; -Ji&Ali Jobbing jn the Tin, Sheet/iron, Copper "a n<i  ?iihc trade httended to. and'wdrrantetiio give satisfao2 A  yy':' rTAAAy ��������� A ��������� y-yty  aa ;.. tT<  7.  tion.  ��������� xSN E. STEPHENS/  CIVIL��������� iENGINEER AND * SURVEYOR.  HAVING yTAKEN' AN OFFICE ��������� IN-; RICHFIEU*'  - Wi 11 iarns Creek,; is prepared 'tb^ bzeciitd ��������� Surveys;: \  Plans, Levels, -Sections, &c, .xScc.vconmuttod tp hi*  charge; ���������.with'. care; despatch,-.and, on v REASONA BLE ���������  terms.;;,';;;".,-';/.'.   .'-/*���������' TA//AX'  - 3 "    .! ���������'���������;im- Office, centre of Richfleid;-^ . /;. : T  Tyzy^  Seis:;fe  "X.:: yrAA-x/y A:   .'��������� and -^      M'-' ' .  J ."  ���������y "at/aa barkerville, ; / ..  T.N��������� ANNOUNCING.THE'.-REOPENING.;OP THIS  X house for the season, the; propria tors- wish to'. inT!  form .their frieuds aiid.the public gehefally'������������������ tbat they-  will spare ho pains, in order; to merit the batrohago of:  all who.giye thein a c^Uyyy;/'-;- : Ay-Ay y: '������������������'��������� i  '.-':��������� ������������������y-fMeafe'.ut all: h^ttrs... .i  S t ee 1 e's .;��������� Rest aiir a ntj  ���������:..' RICHFIELD:    ;���������" XX   '  STEELE BEGS^TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS:  and Pdtrons, that he has.opened his OLD STAND,  where ho will be glad to see them;  AJ&T* MsAls at all Hours *=^  , Juno 10th, 1867;'  "��������� ���������". 11-s.  3  A c c o un t a nt,-������������������: Collectori  ' ���������������������������    '--;AXD ���������  COMMISSION     AGENT,  BARKERVILLE,   ���������       "  Office���������Opposite N. Cuxio's Brewery.  June 17,1867.  13  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  NO TIG E.  E N T E R PR IS I  WILL RUN AS FOLTiOWS:  .     LEAVES   QUESNELMOUTH  ON  Thursdays  and Sundays^  As six o'clock, a. m.,;  LEAVES  SODA   CREEK  ON  Tuesdays and Fridays,  at four o'clock, a m.  Quesnelmouth, May 2nd, 1SG7. *  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOt-TH,  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,  Meals at all hairs, and Cooking of the best  !' . description..      QUESNELMOUTH,  'X'    BROW3ST & GILLIS,; ftoraETORsy  Good Beds; .Uestaurant';.Billiard Table, fc  . Stabling for HorseSi Hay and 0*ts:       I THE CARIBOO SBOTDTEX
'A/. Agents for the "Cariboo Sentinel.
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/The uCariboo Sentinel" is published every Monday
and Thursday. ' Advertisements, in tended for insertion
must be delivered at latest at 6 o'clock, p. m., the day
before publication.
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. /All communications must bo accompanied, by the
real name and address of tho.writer, not necessarily
rwith a view of publishing the same, but as security for
;: his good fai th,      :['..��� 2 Xy
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453^ All Advertisements {not inserted for any definite
period) will be continued"until ordered out and charged
for accordingly.;      ATA
Pacific, on the territory of our neighbors, yet
we cannot shut our eyes to the fact that with
the rapid sea trips to Halifax, and the direct
trips by lake and rail to this side/at a minimum expense, our road, when finished, will
at once become a dangerous rival to the
lines of our American neighbors, who will be
driven back, in a. great measure, on their
home traffic. Lest our readers should think
that we are anticipating too much, we give
the following extract from the Norfolk Reformer, a Canadian paper published at Sim-
coe:���-:     ��� A ��� ���    .���'; a
" $55,900 was approoriated* by an order in
council, on Saturday, from the-Upper Canada
Colonization Fund, for the. Opening of a road
from Lake Superior, to Red River settlement.
The amount is to.be expended as follows :
Thunder Bay to Dog Lake, 25 miles, $35,000;
;"������., "From our late files,,we. gloan a great deal
.*;; ; of interesting' information on, this important
^subject, than which v there is none, more vital
A toy the -futur^. welfare- of; tbis country;,  . It
y i would; appear that bn the 25th June: last, a
: Videputatioh;-formed; of Messrs. Roebuck, Fitz-
.���; will iam an d A lgar, (of .the Canad iah Ne ws,)
b ^yi^count Milton; aiid Dr. Cbeadlej his; fellow,
Xy traveller,waited oil the Duke of Buckingham,
AX; ahd ;strohgly nrged up oh the colonial minis-
.���; ter: tbei necessity,of taking immediate steps to
-;; y jfprmj ilfeX Red Riyerysettlement in to a crown
���M^$!pS;#A Mti-Kpebiipk stated that the Hudson
y-Bay (/pmpahy bad recently disposed of a con-
3^siderabie>pprtipri lof :the territory to ZpX com-
y; pany, that A no w-vpr.opp8ed ��� to; sell it: to tbie
��� {{/vbl ted Stat&k; Tb is y last ��� statement, we p re-
vy-aume^ was ;.mlehcieditp spur the British gov-
���:;:: ernrrierit onto; the;.completion of the requisite
ypreliminaries ipir/:iitie creation of; the hew
- 'territory ��� no w ��� ������;. itiyA q u es ti ob/ i ntoy a crown
i'r ;Cpi6hy^in;prdefetp: bring the overland route
V^ into/marketablecondition ; as the scheme has
. A 1 ong bee fi. ��� received ." v��ry ��� . fav o rab ly by Eng-
���XVlish capifaUs^ as by; our .Canadian
��� ��� brethren/, {Tbey enterprise certainly gives*
\ great "prom tee of bei ng a p ay ing; con cern.
���A :��� Tbe ;cbsVdf'formation; wi 11- beX comparatively
J: Bmaii, andy the engineering;^ to be
;;^yercpine, are; for: an nhdertakingibt the kind;
y2iii{pp\"great magnitude;;; spJthat the results;as
y ajnere:' speculation * are; }iikely ; to; be of the;
��� inost remunerative descriptions- For instance^
A', the inyn en se;Europe an> trade with Chi ha, Ja-
y pan, and' the EastIndies,- in.so; far as the-finer
\ descriptions -of goods are coneerned, won 1 d
all be  transmitted^ by way of Canada ; the,
difference; of tiihe" in transitu, would fully
��� -counterbalance any difiference of,expense-in
th e shape o f frejgh t.   Of o oiirse co tto n, h em p,
.;'. etc., aiid all the more bulky and low priced
goods, would continue;to;be, shipped by way
\ of the Cape of. Good Hope, but teas, silks,
^spices;.etc.,; would certainly all come, by our
;;��� oyeriand route. . Besides;these,5the passenger
;;. traffic -to;the. east would be almost entirely attracted, over our route, from the comfort, so
; far as the land travel; is ,concerned, being
' ihuch greateiyand the sea travel being shorter
than by way of the Isthmus of Suez./ Then the
mdvement of troops to and from tb e East In-
dies, would be much expedited by traversing
pur.country.;.   There is still another, source
when ce the" p rop He to ry. of, th e 'tin der tak i n g
would derive a material amount of profit; we
allude to the vast immigration to this country
iandthePaci^c cdastgenerally,thatmust adopt
this route ih preference to any other, particularly the class of immigrants that will form
a permanent source of wealth to this country,
namely, the men with wives and families.
This class has. unfortunately for this colony,
been precluded hitherto from reaching this
quarter, by the excessive cost of passage by
way of the Isthmus, and the terrors of a long
sea voyage round Cape Horn.   There can be
no doubt that California owes much of its
rapid increase of population and permanent
settlement, to   the  facilities (small artbey
were) afforded for the removal of families
from the Eastern States, by the overland road
across the plains. ��� Wc are now, however, on
the point of outflanking our neighbors by
constructing a road that, taken from  the sea
Savanne river, $1,000; superintendencies and
contingencies, $4,000. The road and navigation thus opened up will terminate within 70
miles of Rainy Lake; whence the. navigation
is uninterrupted, except by,a short portage
at Francis, to the Lake of the AVoods,'about
90 miles from Fort Garry.'f
��� And the following, which we clip from the
Colonist & Chronicle of the 19th ult. :���������    ���.
'(i The importance of this step can hardly be
sufficiently appreciated by bur  population,
forwith the 91-i-niiles ��froad. from the Lake
of the Woods to Fort Garry, which the Red
River Settlement have offered to contribute;
and the portion of tbe;railro^d"gudrS!iteed b^
th e^ Engl ish government,. th e line of com munir
cation on the other side of the A continent between Fort Garry/and Halifax will be completed;; On ;������:this side Mr. Waddington has
undertaken .'the'portion from Bute Inlet to the
mouth of Quesuelle, and it only remains to
open the^rpad from tbeytJpper Fraser through
the; Yellow Head Pass, as /proposed by Sir
James Douglas, and that over the plains to'
the bend of the North Saskatchewan below
Brazean /river, in; all 230 miles, in order to
h ave a - coin miinicatio h wi th For t Garry by a
line of steamboat navigation/; 1^49 tniles long!
This c^chieved, the/whole/line/will be open
between Bute Inlet and Halifax^ consisting as
Mr. Waddingtori informs us, of
announcing that sho will give a   ' v -:
At Cameronton, on Saturday Evening nest, the 114th
instant, when sho hopes her friends aud the public
generally will extend to her" their- support. Having
secured tbo large and elegant Saloon of Messrs. Barry
& Adler, for tho occasion, she trusts to ho able to
make this one of thc best entertainments of tho kind
that has been given during the season, yy- X    y ���    .
Tickets���$5 each; niay be had atN. Cunio's Saloon;
Barkervilie, and Mrs:n vv. Allan's Camerontonk
Cameronton, Sept. 7,1867.
Sail. Francisco Story
commission- Merchant
IN ���
���  y    Next Door,to tni SentixW hw^.
Barkerville, 2Cth June, 1867/   '        mcB"
.���-,������/ ��� FOUND.v
Cameronton, on Mondoy last, a lady's small Cameo
Brooch.   The owner can have the same by calling at
this office, and paying the expense of advertising
Sept;"7ri867.   ,     ...-���'-  > ������ -
y" :notice.';.:'.'-
jOl signed, either, by book account or by nptOj will
please call and settle the same immediately, so us to
avoid any further trouble or expense.   .
Sept.2, 1867. - G. L. SHEPHERD.
OTEi sirtxa sAiooji
above^Saloon.-would rcspectiully &B
friends and the puMlc to step in'and Bamii. T
they flatter themselves, will suit tho tasteqnrV
fastidious.: yTho best-hrand--of-cigarsf oi?.c
hand. y
29th June, 1807.
SS!!?7 ?f.W3
SCOTT & ScHar^
Dissolution ofPartnersliip
li nership lately, existing between tho undersigned,
under the name of Fontaine & Company,: has this day.
been dissolved by mutual consent. y.AU debts/due .to,
the late firm are to be paid to A. G. Fontaine; and /all
debts against the said firm may be sentin to him. ������ 'Aii
���������'A-y ������:������������   -.-���-���    -y ..<., eelix pouchot,'
^_^ ���...-__..    ... ' ,'A. G. FONTAINE.
. Richfleld, August 29th, 1867. ......    lm   ���'������:
"DTew  El  Dorado Saloon!
/ barkerville:
entire interest of Messrs;-Joseph. Parker and R. R
Clark, in tho above named establishment, would respectfully solicit, a continuance of the public patron:
age heretofore extended to them.   '/
Aug. 28,1867.; J        :���"   WILLIAM STERLING.
G-rbuse Greek" Express,
between Barkervillo and GrouBe Creek tl
small parcels,, lotted. collections, etc  P?|
 - -cd to,.. on. moderate terms..  Special nuAiCll
Rivon to demands for subscriptions to the Car3
SENTINEL,.ot-any.Qthe.r.Newspnper>: -:.:. TntAm\
Offices: On Grouse Greek, atM.:Pragcr}sStor? ?J
Barkerville,.. at.W.' F. Herre's domicile, gEN;"
Office.'- ...- .������ {...y:"y..: '-..:. ���y.'-���
; ;Juiy29, 1867.:* AT- '...:-
Railroad in existehcp.or.bcihgcoiistructcd, 1,188 mis.
Steamboat navigation, A-   - i y.   / .      .   2,400
Land'{travel, (contracted formless the 230   '
[iy.   miles a.bovementioncd) /���/���/?,/    ���    648 '   ���
Requiring 20 to 23 days travel, ^nd 'open
from 7 to 8 months during the year.^
y 0 iir i tai en te d X fello w col on 1st Mr. Al fred
Waddington has, ;by his indomitable perseverance, at length convinced foreign .'capitalists
of the advantages of the undertaking, and he
has also infused into the Canadian legislature
a portion, of his own energetic'spirit; the result.is activity ��� on all sides, and we look for
the completion of the route at as early a day
as^any of the American lines.   Much has been
said about the colonization of the Ked River
country ; the raising.of funds for that purpose which, may be very profitable to Land
Companies, .but to,.the practical man the true
#nd;<mly\way'to people that, splendid coun-.
try, is in the manner notf adopted,by forming
an overland route.   The settlements will be
scattered all along the line to begin with,
and by degrees they will swell and extend,
till this magnificent portion of the Dominion
will be the great centre of attraction.    Possessing as it does all the advantages enjoyed
by the most populous countries, and. more
than the majority, a One, healthy climate, fertile land equally adapted for agriculture and
pasture, extensive mineral deposits, inclusive
of tbe precious metals, coal, iron, and copper.
If ever there was a country formed for the
production of a hardy, prosperous race and
the'site^of a great nation then this portion of
the Dominion will be that place.
oot and SItoemaker,
��� ment of FRENCH CALF and KIP LEATHER, of
. August 28,18G7/. . '   ���      ��� :."..  '   . ' .lm...
. above Saloon, and hopes his old friends, and the
public in general,.will give him a call.       '  ��� ���
No extra charge on "freeze out^' for fun;   ���"
. Aug. 28,1867. ;.       lra;:     JOHN. HE DIN*
between FRANK PERRET and; A. KELLER, as
Saloon keepers, Cameronton, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding accounts
due to.tlie late^ firm,.must be paid to A. Keller, who
is authorized to receipt for tho same,
"���'/:���". ��� FRANK PERRET,
'  T" '    A.. KELLER.
.   24th August,: 18G7. ��� ���    ���      .��� im
,,H O T E L,  ' ,
:. the mining community, and the: "public gcta'ir
No expense has been spared; to render', thc hm%
that could be: desired,; for, comfort and '-'convenieiur
The Bar is supplied with a complete stock of Hm
Liquors and Cigars. .:   -      "-a*,. ���-." .-.;-.        "!
4ST- Weli. Aire�� Beds ."��f-T *
may ho had at a moderate charge, y   -  E.ORD
.   July 1,1867. /    ..:, 2m ./.      . ProprittKss,
/ y / BARKERVJI.LE;: A-./'X
novated his^Establishment, has reopened thesame'
for the accommodat Ion of- the Pu bl i c, and tru?u W
merit a share of their pat rbnagq. His Bakery has bUo
undergone repair, and ho. is how- ready to esecuu |
orders from all who wish pood bread.'
  .-..'"      . ��� -JACOB VELTE, Proprietor;
; Juno lQthi 1867. y y��>    . ���       v   .     11-s
inhabitants of Barkerville and vi-
^_ rt^ ^ ^r cinity. that he is located at" THE HOTEL DE FRANCE, where he will be able to perforin
all operations on the Teeth, in thc latest and most
scientific mariner.
Tr��J^V^ao^d wUh<>ut PAIN, by the use of the
. CnARGEs Moderate���Termb Cash.
August IStb, 1867.
terminus at Halifax, (tbe shortest distance
from Europe,) will be the cheapest mode of
reaching the Pacific on this continent. The
reason is obvious ; the'extentof ground to be
traversed by rail will not exceed a third of
that on tbe United States routes to this coast,
and the elevation being much less in crossing
the Rocky Mountains, the cost of construction
will be less than a half of the expense per
mile of the United States route. Although
we cannot but admire the spirit and enterprise that projected, and is now carrying
. Police Court.���Ah Chy, Ah Sam and China
John, three celestials, were brought before
the police magistrate on Saturday, 7th inst.,
charged with having found and kept unlawful possession of a pocket book containing
$235 'in bank notes and about $35 in gold
specimens, tbe property of Mr. H. Booth, and
lost by him on the Grouse creek trail near
tbe half-way house, on Tuesday last. Several
witnesses were examined in support of the
charge, but the evidence not being sufficient
to establish the case against the prisoners,
they were remanded for three days to enable
the 'officers to make farther enquiries.
Jodge Begbie was called off very hurriedly
on Friday morning to Quesnelmouth, for the
purpose, it is said, of communicating with the
government by telegraph relative to the
Grouse Creek difficulty..
Photographic Artist,
at RICHFIELD, and is prepared to take
Cartes de Visite, Timbre de Poste Portraits, Ambro-
types, Leather Pictures,   Milanoiype?, Views of
Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Stereoscopic
Portraits also taken on White Silk, Liuen or
Richfield, 12th August, 1SG7.
_TJL not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped in
Tin nr Glass, unless by special contract. '
; Until further notice, the -Express 'will arrive bers
every SUNDAY AFTERNOON.' and eloso for below
every WEDNESDAY, at NINE o'clock, A. M.
"'���������������:   ROBERT POOL,
Barkerville, May 29th, 1867. .. /    :.".'    :'';   8
;.;.   NOTICE..
In thc matter of .the Estate and Effects of JAMES.
PDRDIE, late of Williams Creek, Blacksmith, �����
.   ceased, intestate.  -��� y
. . :���-,;;������; -_JLy:
r.V abovo Estate, arc required to pay the amountsctfl
forthwith, and all persons who have any cljiimsagBisit
the abovo estate, are required to send in tbeir accoucfc
on or before the TWENTY-SIXTH day of SEPTE1M.
1867, to        ��� CHAS. E. P00LEY,
������'.".-:���"   Oflicial Administrator.
Dated Richfield, 27th June, 1867.  .
Photographic   Artist,
I ing Claims, Houses Groups, Scenery, and all kinds
of ou t-door Photograph}-. '
All orders^ If lelt in writing, at the Bir of the Hotel
de France, Barkerville, will be promptly attended to.'
in a low days, he will have oh view and for sale.
Photographs of the Mining Towns, etc., of Williams
and other creeks. > ���        -
F. Dally will remain for One Month onlv
August 12th, 1867.
through, at a prodigious outlay, the iron road! ��\ ur^cE%nCn't vr<;I^l^d f�� caJ1 and 6etlie on
that will soon connect the Atlantic with tho| Wi^l^V^tl1 ^    K. HODGEKL
A inends will give him a turn, as h* has experienced
heavy weather lately. r. f. EDW^ftDS.
Juno Wh,' 1S67- Formerly of Edwards* ftancb.
In the matter of .tho Estate and Effects of DAYltJ;
WHUFFED, Free Miner, late of the Kci-i Claia,,
.   Conklins Gulch, deceased, intestate,
above Estate, aro required to pay tho amounb
due forthwith, and all persons who have any PR
against tho abovo estato, are required to send in ww
accounts on or before FIRST NOVEMBER 1S67, to
Qtncial Administrator.
Dated Richfleld-, 1st August,-1867.        ____^
f hos, L. BKiaG-S & Coy
CAMERONTON. :    ���
Have just received, and offer for Sale,
Brandy���Marleil, Hennessey, and Otard Dup'cy.
nes���Port, Sherry. Burgundy,  and Claret)
tcrne^s French White Wine ; Sanscvaines
Champagnes-Bonphe.and Napnlcon's Cabinet.,
Bitters-Roker's, SnnsevalncJs, Orange and ��fc
tor's, Vermouth, Absentbe, Peppermint unu ��
Old T6rn* Gin, and Scotch Whisky.
Also on hand���500 gallons choico brands of IWD ?'
Wines, A\^bisky, Rum, etc. at ti��
Goods received on Storage or CoMUIa9Ic��^,
lowest market rates.- w
1st July. 1867.
mmWLWWffc'tgJCT S232QStCSfiS  !T1S CARIBOO SENTINEL  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1867.  Grouse Creek:.DiFFicuLTr.���������Along letter  Appears in the Govertuueht Gazette of the  24th ult,, from Colonial Secretary Young, to  : Hon. J. W. Trutch, in which the origin of the  Grouse creek troubles is minutely related,  ..,   finishing up with the following sentence:���������  ,..yyV It isdeeply to.be ;regretted that when the  -   [Canadian company'submitted to tbe directions, of the ^Governor, and agreed to hand  'over treasure, claim, arid''persons, no corresponding conciliation on the. part of the Flume  "Cy /company enabled him ta effect an amicable  Arrangement oh the creok.   His Excellency  how much fears that: the diflScnlties of the  ' ". lease are likely to be.greatly aggravated��������� by  ���������the delay which, has, ensued*   He, however,  ���������   trusts that the Canadian company will not recede from their first, position of conciliation,  ���������      'and that they (willylike-the Flume company  y now, accept the arbitration of yourself, as  Surveyor General, in a matter which is essentially one of boundaries and .limits/  And I  ysun to add, in conclusion, that should arbitration be accepted by both parties, any force  which the government may have at their disposal will be used to;.-' give substantial effect  to your award." :Z't i't.  ^/Herry Creek Silver Mine.���������The British    .. JGQlumtiian sayiMri.D^i.t^arjd MjcClaudet,  "   Superihtendant.of Assay' have just returned  from these-mines���������the Washoe of British C6-  ���������'."..i.. A lumbiarrrthejatter:.,of_.5Vhom ..brought^down  ��������� with . him a lump of the pre (54 pounds in  weight) which had been broken ifrom a section  taken ��������� from the' lead,   15(K pounds in  ;       Weight;- > It is of tbe rich blue pre to which  we alluded a few weeks ago as having assay-  -     ,:. ted so satisfactorily. The lead is three feet In  width and looks exceedingly well as far as  ���������it has been followed.   The men how employed on the lead are engaged in directing the  ���������-.���������/' waters of the creek so as to admit of further  -Workings.    Mr. Deitz, . one of the heaviest  Shareholders, appears greatly elated at the  : p rosp ec ts of these mines. 5  ���������Murder.���������Thc following additional particulars connected with the murder of the  Frenchman, referred to in but last issue, are  given by the British Columbian : A Frenchman named Cabot, formerly a baker at Lillooet, had left Sayan a?s Ferry en route, by  ���������2 the Hat Creek trail, to; Lillooet The same  "even ing, the h orse wh ich he rp de (a b orro wed  )one) was ridden into the Ferry by an Indian.  The. owuer of the horse, on examination,  found a bullet wound in the animal's fiahk.  which gave vise to suspicion and search/ The  . body of Cabot was found on the Hat Creek  trail, two miles from McLean's, and the Indian, together with another from whom he  professed tb have pnr&hased^ the horse, were  taken in charge, and were lying bound at  (lit  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WILLIAMS CREEK.l  We were hopeful that the snow which fell  to the depth of two or three inches last Friday morning, would increase the water in the  creek, but in this we were disappointed by  the counteracting influence of tbe cold, frosty  nights that succeeded' the bright, warm days.  Nothing short of a heavy rainstorm will do  us any good now, and this we may calculate  on before the present month draws to a close.  The yield of gold on this creek for the past  week, .has been so small that it is scarce  worth noting.���������Old California co. at Richfield  washed out, for three days' work, 35 oz.���������:  Black Jack co. are making $16 .a day to the  hand.���������Aurora co. washed up for the; week  278 oz.���������^Neyer Sweat co. are making wages.  Caledonia co. are cleaning out their drifts,  and preparing to wash.���������Last Chance co. are  running a tap drain.���������Cameron co. are making wages.���������Forest Rose co. took out 46 oz.  last week.���������Prairie Flower are making wages  They will commence to sink a new shaft during , the week.���������Raby co. washed out last  week about 70 oz.  8TOUT8 GULC3.  The Floyd co., in consequence of the stinted  supply of water, have been,unable to take  out pay yet.���������Alturas co. washed up for  the week 176 oz.���������Taftvale cd. cleaned up for  the week 251 oz.���������Jenkins co. are: making  about wages.���������MuchoOro co. had 40 oz. for  tbe week's washing.���������Emery co.-are making  about expenses.'  Total for this gulch, 467 oz.  Ashcroft, awaiting. Mr. Cornwall's arrival.  Cabot had only a few traps that he was pedaling, and was evidently killed for plunder.  Arrival of Constables.���������Barnard's Express brought in yesterday five new constables all the way from New Westminster, to  re-enforce bur present staff, which is considered by the government to be insufficient to  keep this turbulent and lawless community  in proper awe. Our citizens cannot but duly  appreciate the consideration of the Government in thus, saddling the country with an  additional expetise of at least $10,000 a year  in these flourishing: times, simply for the purpose of keeping. up an establishment here  which is just as necessary, as a second nose  to a man's face.   What next ?  ; Lecture.���������Mr. Harnett delivered his second  lecture,^ on "British Colonization," for the  benefit of the Cariboo Literary Institute, yesterday afternoon. The address was given in  Mr. Harnett's usual masterly and eloquent  style, and the subject was handled with great  'tact and ability throughout, eliciting frequent  bursts of applause from the audience. We  are sorry to say that the attendance was not  teo largo as we had anticipated, considering  the object for which the lecture was given.  SpAr&ing Exhibition.���������Wilson's sparring  Entertainment drew a good house last night,  and the programme which consisted of sparring, singing and dancing, gave great satisfaction. A deposit of $100 a-side towards the  additional $1000 stakes, was made at the conclusion of the entertainment.  No Assize Court.���������In consequence of the  total absence bf cases on the calendar, the  Court of Assize that.was to have been held today, has been indefinitely postponed, and the  sitting of the court at Quesnelmouth has been  changed from 27th to 28th ihat.  Ball.���������As will fee seen by an advertise-  tnent in another column, Mrs. Fasaiiaro purposes giving a grand ball and supper at  Cameroritdn, next Saturday evening, which  jproraises to b6 a very gsiy affair. G8t your  fiancing ptitrips i*eady gentlemen.  Express.���������The Express arrived at tbe usual  febiir yesterday, bringing a very small mail:  '������������������-,   CONKLTNS   GULCH.   ".  . -   ��������� -      ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������-.-������������������    .- .  ���������.   - - - . ���������        ... ��������� . '<*���������  Renfrew co. washed up about sixty ounces  for the week. =     ; ' "-.;������������������  . ���������..-.;   aruTQurro gulch.. TAA.  The news continnes good from this gulch;  but the scarcity of water begins to be felt.  We are glad j however, to learn that a number of companies haye determined. on building a.reservior at the head of the gulch y and  will proceed to work on it.at once. It would  be .well?."if companies on other creeks and  gulches followed their example.  ;��������� .The Minnehaha co. have, during-.the past  week, run two drifts, one to the north and the  other to the south side of the gnlch, and found  the rock pitching in each, with good prospects. It is now supposed that there are two  distinct channels in this claim, Tbey cleaned  up their dump box yesterday and had about  1 oz.���������Job- co. are doing well;"they took out  on Wednesday 4 oz. from half;acset. of timf  b ers.~-Wi 11 o w co wash ed upon Wednesday  12 oz for twd , days' work.���������Jeffree cp. also  washed up on Wednesday 36 oz.���������rHolman co  are taking oilt big pay.  y " . lowhee creek.  . Most of the companies below Mr. Hough's  store afe busy at work, and doing well.���������First  Chance co. washed up for the week GO oz.���������  Calaveras co. cleaned up for the week 57 oz.  y .   GROUSE CREEK.  Great developments are expected to be  made at the upper end of this creek, within  the next eight or ten days, when many of the  shafts now being sunk, will be bdttomed, aud  high hopes are entertained in consequence.  Hard-up co. are still drifting, with indications of soon reaching the Heron channel.���������  Heron co. declared a dividend last week of  $100 to the share.���������Ne'er-do-Weel co. washed  up for the week 80 oz.���������Full Rigg, and Discovery co/s are taking out Very good pay.���������  Caroline, Rankin, and Shy Robin co.'s have  been laid over for want of water.���������Cascade  co. are getting good prospects, and preparing  to wash.���������Ontario co. are. drifting across an  excellent channel, in whibh they find a little  pay. They picked up a nugget last^ Tuesday  weighing three ounces.���������Several claims above  the saw mill have found good prospects during the past week.  STEVENS CREEK.  There is on this creek soihe six companies  at work, most of whom are meeting with success in their prospecting operations. Tho  Good Will co., immediately below the Flume  co.'s claim, took out for three days' work of  two men last week 10 ounces.   On  yielded di oz. of dust from 4,000 lbs. of rock,  and the third netted 9 oz. from 8,000 lbs. of  the same description of rock.\ .This disparity  in the yield, it is said, arose in a great degree  from the newness of the apparatus, .but it is  Mr. Christie's opinion, from observations  tnnde by him, thai the rock taken indiscriminately from the ..ledge, and worked by the  arrastra process, Will average $10 a ton, and]  if culled, an average. of $25 might be obtained. The great-trouble appears to be,tp  find a solid; ledge, btii this desideratum, it is  believed, from the present inclination of the  reef, will be obtained, When:. the shaft/has  been sunk fifty feet deeper. It hai been noticed that the gold becomes, more silvery in  appearance, the deeper the rock is obtained.  Mr. Christie estimates the number;' df, White  men on Hixon creek at 20, and the Chinese  at 200. There are two stores there,; one kept  by.a Chinaman and the other by Mr. pollock?  and a boarding, house.' /Morrison!& co,���������' are  taking out from $8 to $9 a day to the hand ;  several other companies are making,.from $3  ���������to $4 a day. ,Fred. Black and.I. Stevens.'are-  prospecting the old Quesnel co.'s-ground and  had cleaned up 4 oz. from their ground sluice  when our informant left. .   ' ���������.".   .   Zy/i ..  Terry creek ia nearly abandoned.; 6 white  men are all that are working there at present.  There is about 10 Chinamen working on a  small stream that empties into Government  creek, in which they make, small wages//;  No in tel li gen ce has been received from the  prospecting--party-who* left Quesnelmouth  over a month ago, for the rumored diggings  above Eprfc George, but it is siifrpoaed they  will return in the course of three; or four  weeks as their;provisions will bo exhausted  by that.time. //. / 'X'iX X ���������������������������; .      / ,/; //:������������������  .{GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURTyy.:  ' (BeforeH/Mv Ball,; Esq; )/' A '/  NELSON  CREEK  The Dominique co. are making as high as  S25 a day to tho hand, and' two other companies aro doing very well.  BEGGS GULCH.  The Ancient Briton co. took out 5 ounces  last week, among which was a nugget weighing 2 ounces.   They are not on bed rock yet.  CANYON  CREEK.  Mir. Christie, foreman of the Washburn  Quartz CO., who left Hixon creek on Tuesday  last, informs us that work on the ledge had  been suspended On the 5th ult., but that the  arrastras were kept going at intervals since  that time, and over ten tons of the rock,taken  out of the drifts at a depth of sixty-two feet,  had been crushed. The first crushing gave a  returrt of, $14 from about 6,000 103. of what  was  Considered   jidor  rock.     Tbe   second  'A "/���������������������������':   Thursday,;5thSopt.^1865. ������������������-.  Joseph/ Shearer vs/ Jaiie "X Snyrler.^-Gom-  plaiht was made* by plaintiff that on Wednes-  d ay, last \yhile he was in such a state of drunkenness, as'not to know whatyh.e; was = doing,  which'defendant weil knew, she fraudulently  induced him to sign a bill of sale conveying  his interest in the Caroline and: Big Gun  claiins, on .Grouse creek, to ber the. said defendant; and plaintiff prayed that it might  he declared .that the said bill of sale be made  void, and that it might be. delivered up to .be  cancelled ; that defendant be restrained, from  clisposing.of the said claim and the ^R^gistrar  of Court from registering a transfer ^thereof.  Evidence was adduced-by both parties which  6 c cupied the court the w ho led ay.. wh en j u d gf  ment was'rendered to the effect that a re-c6n^  veyance of half a claim in. the iCaroline .Co.  and half a claim, in the Big Gun- Co. should  be made by the defendant tb the plaintiff, and  each party should pay their own cost3.  . v  ;���������'; * ' Friday, 6th Septemben  Jas. Hu tchinson vs. E. Vaughan.���������Defendant was sued to show*, cause why he. should  not be ordered to pay plaintiff $104, diie for  labor done for defendant iu the Sheepshoad  Co. Judgment by default; execution stayed  for ten days, with leave to defendant to apply to have the judgment set aside on its  merits in case he should retitfh to the country  , John Street v3. E..Vaughan.���������Cefendant to  show cause why he should not pay plaintiff  $266, for labor done ins the Sheepskin Co.  Judgment for $266 with costs,. with reservation as in the preceding case;  TELEGRAPHIC.  [From the Coiohist and Chrohiclo.]  New York, August 20.���������The Times? special  says the President hastent an order to Grant  directing him to relieve Sheridan and transfer Thomas to the vacancy.. ,Until further  orders Sheridan is assigned *to the Department of Missouri and . Kansds, and Hancock  to the Department of Cumberland. Before  issuing the orders Grant went to the President and advised with him not to Withdraw  Hancock from the plains. The President ac-  ouiesced.  London, August 20.���������Lord Monck remains  no longer at the head of the Government of  the Canadas. ...  Montreal, August 20.���������Middle ton ?s coal oil  store was burned down last night. 600,00.0  gallons of oil Avere consumed, making one of  the most terrible conflagrations ever witnessed.   Loss over 6150,000.  Wilmington, Aug. 20.���������The Journal^ learns  that Marshal.Goodman, acting under instructions from Washington, has ordered the deputy U. S. Marshal to execute the process of  the Circuit Court of the United States, heretofore stopped by order of the military,. with  instructions to forward hqiiie any officer interfering- that he may be prosecuted under  the criminal Jaw. Colonal Frank, Post Commandant, again interfered tb prevent the execution of the. process, as iri conflict with  Sickles' order from Washington.  New York, Aug. 20.--The   Saoiia   brings  dates to August llth-"  The ex-Queen of Naples died of cholera,   :  It-is rumored in Paris, probably unfounded  tbat 40,000 troops have been ordered to Rome'.  ?alesbu ry,. August ��������� 20.^-Napoleon.. bad a  long conference to-day with Von ,Buest, the  premier of Austria. Private interviews between the Sovereigns have .resulted, in good  understanding, but no treaty is made. /     ...  Rome, August 20.���������:Tbe. miisBipn of the  United States to 'the Holy-'See; being. disconr  tihued, the American Legation at Rome is  closed,'��������� y..-���������.'..; //'.-��������� AAAyi :2'i'Z/A .��������� ' ��������� ,;  . New Yorfe, August 26.^A Galveston .dis/  patchy says the yellow fever is worse t?*ere  th an, was ever, before known.s There Were  787, d^a^ lwt^weefc. ;,; A.y'i y, ZX. (5-v-'y XZyyA  ': Austrailian advices state that a ^devastating  calamity had yisiied that"cptiptfyft pve days  rain causing: terrible floods, and; a. five days -  gale which drove , -inahy wrecks.. on shorel  Hundreds of ibises were swept aHyay, crops  were ruined, and many lives lost. -Hundreds  were rescued from 'tops of trees a'tul roofs  of.bouses,, etc. . Hundreds are; houselessi  naked: and starving..' y '��������� Z. ������������������ 22/ A//.; iC'iA'l. -ij  Washington,' August 2i^feenerai Grant  has issued an order mustering .but*.of., service  ail additional paymasters, "to .; take e^ect on  the 1st of October/ lsbfe;ii6w; ;programme, \i  appears, is to dispense with all officers not ia  the regular service. :, i-::i;,.;;. ;.':..:v  Liverpool, Au'ijust 21.^Thb important suit  of the Western Pacific Steamship- Company  vs. Williams and Guoihj 'resulted'^  metit for. plaiaUffsLwithydaixia^e^a^  ������13,000; The suit grew put,'bf4he ..nitro-glyV  cerine explosion at Aspidwali,|by^whicb the  Bteamship JEuropean was^^totally.destirdyed.'';,  ..London, August: 21 ^Parliament iyas pro-,  rogued^ to-dayy.the Queen- not being t:present;  by commissioh.y/ The Queenxde'clares.;, that  there is no longer any; ground forX^ppijjeYieny  sion��������� of war in -Europe".;,- Tlie treasonable conf  spiracies in Ireland have proved vfutiie, and  the attempt at revolt.: ��������� has: been;: suppressed  almostvwithout bloodshed, by'the:yalpr of the  troops^ the vigilance; and activity of the .police;  and the general.;loyalty' of. the,people.; .The,;���������  law has been vindicated withbutitbe sacrifice  of human life. ..The speech refers\ with satisfaction tb the new", postal treatyiwith the Uni^  ted States,, and in vcbhplusion;'congratulates  Pari iamen t- and the*; coiiri tr j; ���������! obitbe Tcpmple-  tioh of the Canadian iluibn/tbe passing of the  reform bill, and-tbe. adoption of .other measures beneficial to the;United^ Kihgfdow*   .    ir;  It isVreported from^  ih Catalonia has failed^.; .;/yy ZT/./yr/yZ'-iAi'  i: ��������� Lo ndbu *. Angus t v- 2 j A-It is stated ���������that the  Siiltan has organae^  posed of ��������� an equalV xiumber of Greeks aiid  Turki/-- ;;'���������'' ;��������� ��������� .'./��������� Ay i ���������' TA.r >/yy /;;.// /.-  Berlin, Atigust 23.���������Tfie;Bank bf Prussia  anhpurices that it will accept payment for  bills in Prussian' dr for fpreigln-mphey ;; the  latter according ..t'6 the rates fixedy^by the Ex-  .change.y ',;.���������-.. '.������������������'������������������.-      .  i The Paris.Patrie says that .Crete jfs.fo have  an autonomy or. .under-govemment subject  to the Porte.. Abdl - Kadir is ; mentioned nd  the Sultan's choice, y ly .  ��������� London., August 2^.���������A ruthor prevails that  the movement for a formal treaty, which/was  concluded at Salsburg between JNap.oleon and  Frahbis Joseph for the formation pf a South  German Confederation, proved a signal failure. Bavaria, it is said, positively refused to  join the band../      ,.-    .   /;./���������'���������������������������       ��������� ���������..  Madrid.. August 23.���������A .state . of, seige has  been debiafed in all the provinces in conse^  quence of an aiiticipated insurrectionary  movement.   /,./... ......   y        f. y  Paris, August 23.���������The Empdror will go to  Biaritz upon his arrival frotii Salsburg. .  . St Petersburg, August 23.���������It is reported  that th e Czar is qui te ill iri the; Crim eai .  . Admiral Farragut and .the. officers of the  fleet received a grand ovation at. Cronstadt  to-day from the Russian naval officers. The  Grand Duke Constantine,: and . ether naval  dignitaries were present. ��������� The greatest good  feeling was manifested.  Decay of the North American Native;  Races.-^-Two hundred years ago there were  5,000,000 Indians living in what is now tho  territory of the United States. In 1825 this  number had been reduced to less than 500.-  000, and at the present time there aro 350,000  only. There are now only about 5.000,000  Indians in Mexico, aiid 7,000,000 in South  America.  .Raffle:���������A set of Cariboo views taken recently by Mr. Dally, photographic artist, and  valued at $160, were raffled for last Saturday  night at the Hotel de France, and won by  Mr. McPherson, watchmaker, in this town,  who threw 44;  ThE British"Columbia Examiner says tbe  five constables who .arrived here yesterday,  will be at ouce placed in possession of the  disputed, ground on Grouse creek, pending  the result of the arbitration.  Several cbinraunications are hold oVdf to  our next. ... : ..  ntfW  DIED .���������At Victoris, on  6aat; agod 42 years.  tho 23th  tiltimo, WHHiiisf  iwmti ,1 jj.1 jjgi^mjwawaBaiwgajsBwgi '"���������     ;.   .^y/:"   .^'THB.GpLp, FIELDS AT .VICTORIA. V"  ��������� ,> A new rgold: field, according to- the Mel-  ,:-,/'   ; ,/  boar'net Argus,   has.been discovered about  "  '.j /eighteen pr nineteen miles from DandenoniSf,  A    ' ��������� "' "   '  '   ;.' \ near the Emerald.'/.The sinking is about iStt.  /.    v   ���������   l\. deep/"Good jiejds*are',reported,iTom the  "     Vt   '   .1  J   ^varibuscentres '< Of mining industry;'but no  ���������-'.::"���������.   2 ���������.���������   ' ryy ';.���������������������������-  .��������� y��������� -w-r.r,.r'.;' :'���������:-���������-.'  y������>-i:y;���������>:?.',lrLiuai.-a-^uu'j.uc -oki -  ;^MADV^RTISpfENTS  2 yyy y/BTiUggiStyXy ,���������     / .. \  ; -  -V/iBAEEElWLlE.  '.',.  Tf AS  CONSTANTLY. ON  HAND   A ^CHOICE   SE-  ^MUiicUobTbPVRmB Aso'-i^TENT^MKiiroxvES^incl^t-  amlyMurpby/s  kcT  /    ' ���������.������ r-. , ,..i ^tli'soDiW���������jThe;'following beaut!ful'genti-:  W- ^Xli&MrkmheAfUiQ^hbnest lanU honorable  ^years #s wep t������;o ruelly  artless adversary.*' Ik  Ic 1 ������uds ' of sorrow-  they hopes ahd  ywithyhi a/own v  |hiiwn^GftrdenvSeeil?y:&c.       ������������������.-..  y;Just;receivod^^  Diaries f6r;iSfe7, aivl:.Billiard Table articles.    ,;:>.,  Ap:A&��������� ��������� Prt>scripti4ns carefully b^mppuiifi6(1/ :  Pocket  ������s������  Foster, of lillooet,  ,.' / \: V "' chemist. ;' jy../ .;  TTAS' FOR, SALE/aiid: constantly on .hand,  itlX-ik well assorted;Stock-ofDriiKs^mtho Chemicals  used -by Physiciansi   Photographers,' Assfiyersj and  ^lactoips/^.:. Als0\tl!O^opuIar;Pateht-; Medicines, y and?  Druggists' sundries,.,  .,      ������������������*������������������'<'/' AT- ������������������i'ir4  Vv'/  /Rotorlsj ;Cructhles,; Muffles^;Cupels,v;Ingqt ^loulds,  etc;,etc.     !." /,        \,  '��������� / '������������������][/    **   .     X  '-��������� -raESCRipnoxs; faithfuliy "'iwraAkBi>T{^.;: ���������' '���������;.  .'  /*��������� '   '"' ��������� ' ���������   'y  ��������� Aipj \y^FOSTER,< '  * 'teal- -' ^a^'A fl .*    ���������   -.'.',;  'y. y , y chemist.  ROADSID-E ADVERTISEMENT.  ^gffo^  WILLIAM   M&WHA,     , ��������� y.  ���������   '       X ���������'��������� LYTTON CITY, '&.'&, .'..-���������'/: ���������'/��������� './���������  /Begs to inform thoijujilfegenewily;^^^?^^/,/  , Oh his premises ibr-up wards; of 200: Horses.    y  '���������*AA   Hay and Oats for Sale'cheap;   .. > :  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  .' '' t5 '.  '     \ "' T$RMS   MODERATE/   //.  STORp  .: porner^pf Langle^Uey and iSates St  /li; ^M|ssR^:,to ;  Have opened the!abpyepremise^jh i-i.;  f yy .,,y andWellassortedStCgk        ^  :~ OF W  1-S  ,.     Ol E. ROMBROT//  ���������''" ';' .'., BOSTON ;.:������������������, B,;C., .' ���������'J;-. .^ J.  ���������:��������� ,-WJjoiesaie and Retail JTarcbant'itt:>tv^y  fe^OCE: ^ifiSjA'NP:; PR5������ VI $1 ON S  5 ���������. y'l#CORi^R^Cq^S,;^LQTm  164IIM Oi DEEK CREEK HOUSEr  TS OPEN! - FOR1 THIS ACCOMMODATION  0? f THK  1 Travelling���������'"publicj: tlic\bedrobms;ur6^pp^(njs and  ^yy  &:AiM':. ADVERTISEMENTS:  l:^J8������=������A/;complete"assortment>C)f Stock.ycpnstaatly on  ten<\.X<yAxyxiZAyyyiyxy ,-;|r A:*y yyiy y  ":^.,.-  ��������� '.   - West 'Coast, had only three slaves on  A *'-'   but 600'were in readiness!to;eml)ark.'   .  -    /'      ��������� otheivci  :              /        ;-1-303 si  slaves', were  Theypkr  on-'the  boards  Xlfethi  *���������/; '       ed-ancl the resVdrownfed^^Eive of the ".vessels'  '  .are described as uhseavyorthy.     "���������  yy,,y,,fyyy  ,,, -, Jf ^"^5* " T?/.'~ ^TJf =-,        -.  x,i:''yiriFitoNT Street, Yale, B/Cy/ .-   y,  ;15t 'tlmi be'intonrlS'toTorward {as.spon'^S' the state.of  'thfefciW������ff8,;it^ ;.wellv assorted  stoclc of COokisg: Stoves? which he; will; dispose '"bt at  ������BXbfi!S TO^tTITlTHB-TlMES^y"/'  Yale; 8th; April ;1867.  ity  //  2i  ir A/Ayx/Ay: r/> y\:AAyyAyAyAyy,-- '/,-/../  ,    .    FIREEROO|; WAREHOUSE !y.    .  ALWAV &  BAILEY.  Tale, April 8th, 1867;' /'      ' y     / 1-s  ihr Horses; Hay,: Qats an(lJ3aricy}constantly'phIVantUr  yzA������^.������Q$$������/^^  rpHIS HOUSE is'sltiiated-26 milesfromQhestje]mouth/  the liixu ribs th at can bo procure^; the Ba r is well sup.  piled with thevbest^rjmd#6r^i^di^Anti Segars ;^>ci)0d  ���������$teb\lbg<fWLy,~0*$*ii&X&&  .House oa' the Road.; - >,, -���������      '.F " .     ^    ,,.,/ .,.   .,;i*s-':  1;22;MILE;H<QIISE,  ,   ,c   "  LAKE LA HACHE./,   , *  . V y akd FLOWl^%EEDa    T^  The hjjpness of thejlato firm orjay^ Co   sW o. 'I  and Spring. M^urscryi^ili; be carried ofi i,?k *"  in nil its branches.'     --'   y> AA,ry-y yu "JAm \  A FruitTrces anftl, Busbcs,yEvcra^  Slirah^Bulb^ahd^lQwerih^pian^  tlOD^'y;...,; ��������� ��������� -yy,? r X r.v+iT'' - v./' '" '��������� ' "< ::  - ^ffi  '������a;^;#:a#:#0;^s,E-  ��������� 'y-.-'���������-., GOVERNMENT STREET, VlCTORUi       -  ���������;,WHOLEBA'fcBTXy-D" RETAIL.  ���������  ,  ;     "' y :- '     "' > impouters W  "  ." '       r-' ���������  ���������English * French- SUk^ Shiwlfe^resses W  yy.; (lercl6thihg,^Gtovcsi>ancl 'every"description 'of  ," r "ai yy;n:..'n v r*Dttipcry Gooc!s. /'', ���������  . '  /^RqceiycTiegular supnjiesby Express via Panama aii  I5y sailing vessels viti CapOrHorh;   ',/^'  ���������/Kgr Particular attention givcri to' all orders*  *v London Firm-rJ;iP.yroN8TAiiL���������^Co. ��������� j.j  B%im;.AA ,^  ���������Wr  'AAm  * /;J.;; ^yRccercjiicp$,;  y ;���������..'-  rp F. t .WALTEB^*lbrmerly;6f. the 94. Mile f Hoxjse,^  :Jl ���������; v having -purchased'.tHis Raricb; ��������� js Jnowv prepareJi  to accomodate ��������� tho-traveling public withrOQOD.MEAJjS:  and-^BEDS'atmoderato^ratos.    -       - -. y...ty yi:Sy  ;MsssRS/;.GORN*WA;nL?syy^  JL/jTGpal-.pi^Lanips, &c.,  y "agext for bunster's ale t  '���������'X       '     ' Ik EbK and hair Bbls./ .    -   '  lKYalc/Apnll8tfi, 1867..'   ',      '     ; 1-s  " 's ./ -.;--.  Storage and ^or^arding J  - r     , ������������������      YALE, 13. C.  Jy?TQNvRocTE, are ad vised, that ,.     :  IUMBALL & GLADWIN  'Have erected;an:GRteDSive..Sfcorehouse:and Dock at  Vale, :ancl arc prepared to Reeeive^ S tore, an cl For-wani  (robb*s/%^Gbods:re-packed^ ������iidjircightsengaged at the  llrtwESt Rates/',;,' ,   ���������   * ' A' -������������������������������������ .AX   - ���������,  ' -   A-  v1 P������irtics;shipping.goods through us will please mark  to the care-of    '      -/- r   T       M  . " '    ;:-"        ������������������, *  ���������"���������'���������'���������"������������������'" /KIMBAIili'& GLADWDN:  ��������� -   '*        'bed'of sand, where he wr,s  digging:  3ft;-be  , neath the surface, a living crab fish.-   It was  ,' -   ���������* ���������'        aboiit 3in.-in -lengthI,' and qiiite ' lively ! when  r bMng exhu^  :-:"A. v        bed.   The -little creature;wasionnd in a bed  y yZ' of moist white sttnd.   How long it * ha'd been  a' l      '    entombed beneath tbe surface, ahd'how it got  *^ ^fthere'J^re pn>bferns the solution'of which we.  f will leave .M otir ^blogi^l-Mebds.^Grias-  'gbw-Ciiizeii.   "'      ". *��������� "���������' ���������     ''   ' ��������� ���������    '^yy '  ti"*::  ' ��������� Sikole Messodri'ess is sheet iron quilts,'bine  A:gnoses^;frosty .rooms,'ice ';^  -/generated linen; heelle^SrsOcks/ebfleC sweet-  ''.'���������. ened with;icicles,?gntta-percha bisciuitf?, flabby  ��������� eteaks, diill razdi-s, coirns, coughs, colics, rb ti-  ^/barb^ibiseryv'etc,, etc.; '::A/Z{Ty ^.    ' '���������,"' ��������� '���������  / /Matrimony is buckwheat cakes, warm beds,  : comfortable siippers; smoking .coffee, rt1 d 1 i pa.  round arms, kind words; shirt5* e.iulUng in  ',��������� - bn tto ns, redeemed stocking%,'bootjacks, hap-  /ypinesBi0Q.*ete.   Hurrah If:  >  pLi>, Goo per is a D i \ tchman"._ an d 1 i ke m a ny  .V'ltiQOW^.sft&^^M'a wife that is 'vsome/' One  :   day the'old 'mm got into somei trouble wi tli a  ;.;"; neighbor, which resulted������������������ in ya severe fight;  ^The^eighbor:^ of the'  /old; m an; wbich1 Cop per Ts w ifaXyas' not si 6 w to;  ;;'-se^y  The old;man/was resistingjils enemy to,  the best 'of bis ability, when hti" ��������� wife; broke  -. put.with^-;'/���������'.��������� '���������;���������'���������; "<]"_   . /Ay////������������������*.-;  '"'��������� ���������'fiiliae mil Cbbper, lie still I ^ If he kills you  HI sue him fbr'damageaX-AAz irX"A '  ^ITQ'KEE&STOIlEv  TKHE BXDEBSIGNED begs to inform the miners and\  .F'resld ehts ih, & aroim(VVan Wihkl������ tha t; he "will, intu/;  'Ante keep ah assorted -and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopr\s by close.nt tention to .business, ��������� and "by ��������� "sellin'g;  at LOWER RATES than v hereto fore, to - meet the pa-  ,tronage-of all. , .   ,       ... . +  >.. Or l*ers from outlay I n������ creeks accompanied wi th. th e  CASH, will: be. forwarded, with promptness and dis-'  patch.> , . ,   ���������' >. A   . " '���������. ���������' ���������     ";":;';, t"p'  ���������.-..,1    JkB" Terms CASH, without distinction.', ���������  '/  '- -��������� 1-s     ������������������.; ' - '   ��������� '   " .'- '  . 3. W/LINDHARD;  ^   y-: ' \vB-L\JE/'y EHJ/y[:y-Zy  .  ���������'"*   -  .  "   V/.y.-OR-:,'���������;.��������� ��������� A_A   y: ������������������  12 7 ; ;M-t&W HOUSE.  THE-UNBEBSm  desirablorproperty, is now rrepinui to accommo-  dfite the travel 1 i iip pub lie.:- The. tii bio. is su ppl i e d wi th  tli e very h est; of -y tin ds ���������. ' The b ed rooin s im \\ b<vj s are  as cOTii fort able n p cool ��������� 1 bod esi red, and t h p , B AM eon-  tnins hothing but the best bra ni!s - of LIQU0RS and  cigars.'...; yyy>/.y.y        .     ��������� -:  .... A good stock of Grain and Hay alwavs en fcan^f;  3rd ^y,.18.67; 3      ..        W. \W RIGHT.  living,'of Liquorsj and of Wines"- >3?resh^uUei/M511c  and; Vegetables.' AQ cotl iSta b" 1 i ng and, ch ea p t eed.    ��������� 1,-8',  SODA   CREEK,  y/iyy/y    &  .-tL  ^1'-GREAT REDUCTION has been made in thc charges  JA at" this establ'ishmec ty so. a������' to sui t the times;: -. ���������:,:,  1 Meals, $1; Beds;  X%M������������yp-';s  ���������titill^pW^tartic^  X} iYi /l<3qtingf purchasing, ;or lbr\yar(iing-Goods forth������ft,  rUiipercoitntry.''^'  ���������"'"-.y   '���������      '���������'   ' ,   :-���������  y? Any comm ission ren trusted 'to his care^ will recefr*^  prompt attention. / .y, ,T "..������*.  fyRcCercnces.--/W. A.' Msacham, fi. Aj Wadhamr :  Harper; J;J. BR.oar. p  i Victoria April,,1867/     <   >������������������"-,.    /\    ,  AU ]        _ HOTEL DE!FRANCE,     ,    "  '*' '  ( GovERjratEXTStreet,Victoria,'Y. I. ,  'mHE';.R!BST^^ANT. is ^uppliedwlth all/to]  ������JL/delicaoies: of the season,;and tho:jsleeping accomo-) I  da tion is replete, with every comfort. - The best of I  Winps, Liquors and Cigars. -  '     tyy ���������>     J. BIGOT k CO., Proprietors/   |  H'';'" EK"R\;''", GREENBAUM; {'^OLESALE/ UQCOfl!  ' Store, 'Importer of Ei ne .Mi4krs'chaum Pipes, Sterna  Mouthpieces^ Cigars and Tobacco, Johns  .'toriu; V. I.    . yy '   y > :'  ���������  Johnson strcetjTiC'   1*  May Istj' lS67r  75 Cents. A '"/  ;McLEESE^& SENAY,; Xy  ���������' '     ;'. -     Proprietors.  ���������.       ��������� f- ',-��������������������������� i-s:  -^ -;    v       ..::;   .36 MILE   POST, ���������- : -;:'    '' -'-  BETWEEN YALE ASD LYTTON, B. C;  riiKAVELLERS.iwnt.fihd every^^accojrimodationatithis  X .Hotel.   Excellent Gooking.: GOOD BEDS.     .  Z,y :, yA //STABLING.FOR HORSES.     '/Z ";y-X : ���������  TIMOTHY" fi^Y and,OATS at..Lowest Rates.  / , y 2    -boothroyd/brov   22  ��������� -.'-   >/ - :; .'.'/ ,   .' Projirietersif '  1-s'.  ai?te^ House  ?;���������'  O^'ii^'ftrW'  SEMLEN- &;;;PARKEi:V?  * Jaifc tion o f'the.: Cari bob1' ah d-* Big ;Beh cl ��������� Roiidsr-?i s;  iy.y!in ���������.Y1UU n^, Vn w^������%*!������*.    , ��������� v. ��������� - - T   t      t0 .;  nowvOpen ;;lpr^he accomimwlaiiori' 'bt the ���������.'D.ub.Uci 'i ��������� ������������������ Bis-.- Jjnfe eithef :,UVo l>aily ^r;y^eivly:i^su^^  i,:26;mil^  tance;iTojii Clih ton  LHncling,^22;,ihilea .Bridge/ 30 miles.  Tray eiifcrs will find prices., an d' a ceo in mod a tions -to ssin li  the ti mes.' G i ve them a caih; Stab li rig^ Hny & G rai n;  attentive -hostlers;/; Stages;.leave" iiere j regularly lor  yalc, and Cariboo    ;   ' ; , ' l's-  Ti 'GliEAL^^CoPFEK House  axd   ^EgiiCTAvr,-;  JJ-GovernmentiStreet, Victoria^V:IA This is tM  'cheapest, radstjjomfartable, and*.b.^attended Estabr  Jishntehtin*tlieCity^.y , ,-,.",  ;/TheTBARiS;always.,supplied' with the. choicest.cr^  Wixes^vLtqcors arid^iGARS^ X/y-' //:V^/>':;">^;;i:|  i vPBANK:ELyVictoria;/v-, I-DealerinFcitsi/  ;JX'm vSktSB, ^idi^Woo?;������c, s,Iiitoral advancesrja������aH  on ^iirs-cohsighefe,'Reffercnce---r! :-G������*��������� fr stn nm������ ���������  hart Bros; Victoria- V/I;    :  ty''  G.:Sutrb&00.,Rein*:  ���������':.y^ ������������������" y yi-a ;:'  KWONG, LEE* CO;, Gosratssios Mfrchavts,,1*>  porters, and Denlers in Cliincse Goods, W^������  V/: 1/ VYale, Lillooet, Quesnelmouth,; ;and Wmf.  r.rMir'-' y.rA'   2>r-/yyy^r^y.   .-y- ,  ,-     lo  Creek.  ���������17. WATSON;  11 i ;��������� and^Engrav-er, Govcrn.men t street, nest^g  to theSt. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, T^JXA yA-.y^f  Jd/i ^GENT.Gov0rnmcnt;Sti^eW^(Wi?  Tiil&Y lid ^TOXiYr S^^JS^S^  , VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  '���������AyAyti^  GHEA*P Store.-.-; LADIES' and GENT'S'CA'^t OFF  ,<lotliing bought and sold.   Secondhand batches,  Gnh������; Pifftiil*, &c, fOr gale. "A-": '���������'������������������  "ASffi*. Govern ment street opposite tbo Thea tre. . 1-s  ���������y'"- Ip you doubt - whether tp/^lss a' pvsfcty girl,  giw her tbo beuefit of the Wdbt* and go in.  CASAMAYOI7 be^s leave to state that be  ��������� has removed bis stoclc of Goods conKMine of Gro-  okri>-p, kc., from Wharf stroot to tiie Brick;BniI ing  o n .Y-1 tes st rec t,.. adj oi n ing Co wper Js Boo t Store, .0 npo-  Sito Well.������?, Fargo,&:Co. ;X:    A     X-  He will sell his'Goods by Wholesale, at the lowest  rates, for cash. ��������� '������������������-./ ��������� .      . iiS!  ���������:\,^ './. ���������   BOSTON   BAR   /-    '   '  /r^Xaterna^  THIS WELL KNO^SoUSE.is, now .open Jtav'tra  y(1 Hers. . The %nb\e' is: s������pplj.������ti, us ftirmvfty, wilh.  ���������1 he (>es t to e in a rk c t a (for -.Is, a nd th e C* >ok i ng. can h 6 i  be excelled.    TlWBr*r'i'?? su cK<;d Wj tli the linest- l'A-  QUORsaud.CiG.ins. :GOOD BKDS,' \'A-    "������������������'������������������: ���������������������������,���������  /  WILLIAM charters; //  ' 1-S =���������;. .Proprietor..  ahd VICTORIA GHRDNTCIiE::"y  y"${. Wceivlyissixe^ .r.:-.;;:...    e)  ;the^nited.States/Canadrt,v,usiP  Iin: &c , left at thisofllce.or; sent to Victoria.mg.,  att<<nded;to./ 'Terms invadvance; ���������>^bbki^^^^  :wnh;^stace^$75o:;-6raos/do..v;$4:;:75/! ,,jTlA  im os ��������� do., $23 ������$^%^$WW*������  :.DAIiY,  our; coffee.  WEyrARE MORykARDI.gJ?  A  -lacked Iii Tins.of ^^  each.    y.y; ;. yXyXy' 'Z^m^M^U  I.s    ?;   .*?:���������       ';'/;y;-*_     -;i^ortstreet, \ictorta  undi  THE  UNDERSIGNED   IS   NOW   PREPARED.'TO'  ^IflLLlAK ZELNER, dealer in DnuGS. Mkdi  l ?   cines.;m'd Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c.    Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded and orders answered  with care ahd dispatch.    Victoria, V. I,     -. i_s  a 1 ibr d e v e iy a ccoui to odn titn t������ t he tr j v el li lig pu h -  3, and hop ,*s ��������� by a , strietyttt������i ik-n Co bifciii;-ssv to  inuita shia'.e ot tliupar.nuge bestowed on the i'onn^r  p i\.p ri j tors T i 1 i.s is un e 'ot the ni is t cum ior tab i/ and  ct) in mod iuu s II ij u Is 1 m the road, c(>u ta i hi tig ��������� as.it does  wiirm'an'.i welJ-iunii.siied-.beil t*mtiin witb good beV.s.  Tii 0 TAB LE is s uppl ied wi th c v. ry deJicacy.i t .is pes.  sib'le to;procure in the lipp'r country, 'hie BAR is  stuoko,u.with- the. best'of.'-Liquors, and-tlio choicest  Cigars.;  , -.,:.'���������        . ., //.  .���������������'-���������  -   ,.^T'MEALS, i$l: 50/' EACH. ������    ;';  ���������"'- frhe st3.blii)'g for Horses is an that could be desired,  and- the charges are v.Ty .irioderiitc." Hay lor Hurses  par day, '$2"/Oats and-Barley at thecheapcstVnarkct  rates.   .;.-..-....' ������������������...'     '"'���������:������������������:���������:,-������������������"������������������ "' ".'.  Thc undersigned; has a large qum ti iy. 0f OA)C .IL1Y  on hand, for sale i n large or small, quknti ties.' ' * y. .:'  JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor.  1-s  IMPORTERS^  ..yy yy   .:        Wholesale and 'Retail//  Masonic Hall Government Street^Optonar  U  2:2:2yyy-KJW2mWZR  Ai,-. :y ,. ;CQ.N'FE 0 S;I Q H^)B / ..;��������� ���������" j  <^vernmcnt:Street^ppos(te,tlie,Thoatr^  CANDIES. of every description .manufacture ^  sold; Wholesale and RetJiih "  Fre^ Port fftr Sv0r  7P-B THE UNDERSIGNEI),(TAKE^J**?^  noimcihg to onr;.numerous caf prners  in an-  1 T   nouncing to our.numerous V.TTw VostfBES���������  public, that we will supply them with he ������������  LiiATiiKR Boots (duty free) ever offered ,n-������;  *|ft-vfc  -WrAf'OQJr old Stand, Goyornment St., F��������������� .  l.s   ; ;        CHARITY &BUT^


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