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 .'JJ.*>/<:���������,); .**..������v7Jtf  r-n^^.~^^..,  ,'��������� .'      ������������������'.'. "������'.'.'' '���������   r     ''���������'>^.'!lfy>'.7-^J.i'^AV'.-:'-:   'y  .1. ;.���������  '$V .������#$  Ii.  '^^'vy^yyy; .���������';���������  '   . ; :1m    ,���������!'���������   ..     :-.        ';   .-  ��������� ;_  ������������������ .AAAAy-mAAA'A-AA-AA %%  .������������������   .������������������;��������������������������� y>y'<������������������:���������������������������������*��������� Y-, .���������>������������������������������������.���������,...;,,;.?./.-.;'ij  A-%<.yXX>AAyyyA\_yA?  Vol.4.  -*fc-  Barkerville, VvilHams ;Creek/ B. G.yMonMf, ^teinber 23, 1867*5  'r Y,  EUROPEAN ITEMS,-  , London is full of gayety atpresent. What  Is generallythe end of .the fashionable season  in the metropolis,, is,, in this exceptional year,  decidedly the most1 engrossing part. . On the  evening; of the sixth of July, the Pasha of  Egypt reached London, and on the 12th, the  ���������Sultanj and ia; round of fetes to entertain these  people taxes the .energy, under a 'broiling  ���������July sun, of sovereign, court, aristocracy and  .people. . There is no more ardent sight-seer  in the world than a genuine, cockney, and  nothing pleases him so rouch.as to catch even  an occasional glimpse of a celebrity invested  In his eyes with so much importance and romance as the Grand Turk, and'bis hardly less  "Iraposmgr'satvaj^ to whom the 'overflowing"of  the Nile brings untold wealth; - The Sultan is  at Buckingham Palace, where he seems to enjoy himself almost, if not.quite; as much as he  did in Paris.   v' "��������� "' ,-'V '; A A'Ay ;���������������������������';���������  The Sultan, it is said/ when in Paris,- used  to go out incognito in the streets nearly every  evening;-. He is a;great; amateur of mechanism and instruments of fabrication. When he  was a: young ��������� man, under the name of Aziz-  Effehdi,lhe took great delight-in steering with  his own hand, in the Bosphorus, the steamer  well known in the east, which.was given him  by1 the Emperor,his brother.y This;packet,'  with two whUe.funnels, served for many, years  as the principal amusement of the hereditary.  prince.; He was also accustomed 'to occupy  himself in a special manner-witti agriculture ;  and the farms (tchifflcks), pf Prince Aziz were  noted in: the Gult of.Ismith and on the ��������� coast  of Anatolia for. their .exceptional management and cultivation on. the European;system  In Paris, though, Ytho. Trench were;annoyed  by -the ��������� Sultan-s uiidemonstrative: .'character.;  It is a question .Avhether ,:he or the small  brother of the Tycoon bethe.'more Immobile  of countenance','and; tlie least inaccessible to  ���������surprise: ;:.'The;gravity>df the iittle. creature's  <m$ ; he. ne ver ?��������� stni I es, n o ver wi hces ���������; ��������� - e very-  thing comes to him.as a matter of course ; he  lives in a sublime calm which nothing can  [disturb/::But the.Sultan,, also, has a fine Orir  ental gravity. ':.)Vh*atr:he*has most cared for in  the exhibition have been the needle-guns aiid  the aquriura. He examined the rifle-guns  carefully/but; the great aqurium seemed to  enchant him. You go into a great cool cave;  all round. it you :see. large" glass windows  which' divide fori; from cisterns of 'water,  where the fish Swim. . The Sultan much marvelled at .the vision^ and no doubt before  long we shall.bear of a' similar wonder being  built in one of his gardehs.  The prices of living are coming down.  There ar;e in Paris several comfortable hotels  which give the traveler a bedroom, breakfast  and dinner, at froni. 10s. to I2s. per day.  Bedrooms may be obtained for A fr., 5fry, and  6fr. a night. A breakfast may be had in  many of the establishments of the Palais Royal for Iff. 50c, including fresh meat, half a  bottle of wine, and. bread. These establishments charge 2f. 50c, for such a dinner as  cannot be had in London for double that  price,;as, reigards variety. There Yare:ma5ny|  places where those seeking economy can dine  moderately for Ifr, 25c., or Is. The exhibition has an establishment called tbe Omnibus  Dining. Rodtas, where you can-have a-decent  meal, at this price.  :y/--  cently worked; deposits is that of Vagnas, in  Ardeche^ which has been carefully described  by M. L. Simpnin.: It .belongs essentially to  the tertiary formation, and is more "strictly of  the;" bog-head" type, than of the bitumiuous  shale series. Its texture - is dense .'and cpra-  paot,resembling a carbonized und compressed  peat --..'. .-..,.   Ar. -  .The news, though scarcely credible, that'  Victor Hugo ia in Paris, seems to bo true.  He arrived at Havre a short time ago; in a  Southampton boat, and was seen sitting in  front of the Cafe Felix, in the Place Napoleon  UL The object of his visit.is to witness the  success of his play " Hernahi,?, at the Fran-  cais.'. - _ ' ,)��������� -. ��������� ��������� ������������������ :��������� a  . At a reception hcld-at the: Vatican; on the  25th June,..a. colored priest, unacquainted  with Italian, knelt before, the Pope,-and endeavored to express himself.in. latin, though  unsuccessfully/ His. holiness,. who Jbves a  joke, then gave him his benediction, adding  sbtto voce, " Figlio, mio, come sei brutto Vr  ���������My.son,-how ugly thou-art;  y ���������   y ...  A presentation.by the Jews:in London has  been made to'Sir.Benjamin Phillips, the.late  lord mayor, ��������� at his. residence ��������� in Portman  Square.; A short; time ago a committee was  appointed to prepare a suitable testimonial.  The sum to be expended was 600 guineas.  The, testimonial cousisted of two silver candef  labra, each/carrying seven,lights;  At. tbe iaying- of- the corner-stone: of a new  cburch.atSheffield, on the.'8th^uly^the Archbishop of York delivered an address expresr  si ye of his abhorrence, of; toe recently exposed .outrages iu Sheffield) and. his^ .convict  tionof the need of church' work- to uproot the  lax morality��������� which ted to the ,commission. .oi'  such abominable crimes.;~'" : '��������� :."������������������'-;'  ��������� The lady.who gave Mr. Sphrgeoh r������20,000  to erect an orphanage, has since ordered her  p 1 ate .to he so 1 d���������;;for the; same.6bj ect; and  Mr.' Spurgepn; asserts. 'that . the donor has  thereby y set an * example to all believers  .w ho-hay eJsu r.p.i us- and n mispd-gpldf and. sil ver:  which .ought to be; put to better use than  lying wrapped lip in a bpx.J.?".y  A company hits justbeen'formed in France  with a capital of 3,000,000 fr., to search for  three Spanish galleons which, were sunk by  the English fleet at the couirriencement of the  new advertisements:  NEW  BAkKERVHiLE,;      y'.'/.,.  IWl LL������ AM S   CR E EiCV  THE PROPRIETORS BEG. LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  to. tho public that they have enlarged.'' refurnished,  and thoroughly renovated their Capacious aiid .fashionable saloon^ sparing neitber_>ains nor expense for  the comfort of thejr Patrons..--; -...:.'���������. -Y/Y  -. This is now the largest and most complete Saloon in  Britist} Columbia'; 'consisting ofthree large separate  apartments, viz.:; CARD ROOM; :BAR ROOK,-and  BILLIARD- SALOON, .containing, throe superb-BILLIARD TABLES. ���������                i >-:'X   -. '-���������'���������y      i ;-������������������  The best LIQUORS, and CIGARS obtainable, are  sorvea here:.* Tins* ^siaJbliSh'VncntIs; undcr~th*'e"iinme"  dlatesuperintondonce of the Proprietors."-- '���������'���������'..'   -. ������������������*���������; ������������������  .-:,:-:���������. ���������'.,   ADLER-&'BARRY.V.-  Jnhe 6th, 1867. AXAy A-A.-y Aim;' X]>..\y/ y  ;������������������;������������������������������������ f(x^W:{ ;^1^I^^  4pVERTKEM?NTS: ;;; ������*-> \ >      ^"        AAy ^  IvmS^ yA /;H,.;  y-y   ^SEMI^E  Published Every Mosdat^andH;Timmtiirs  ' 'tY  yVA:  .Ay- ALLAJf & CD., Pro^3^bsJ&������S;  OPiTOi^ARkER*VlLLE,; W"aii^s?<S&^  .:.. ; ,:;; Subscription, .$1 .jjej^^eek^-^  (includinj? cosio^dellvery,); Pa^leStoJ^ejX^i^  .. :::������������������   ,/-., '��������� V-."' '"'-'���������^���������^l"'lv���������:i'���������l���������������������������,-'.'  aM^aMxAAxAAA:-  AAAAAXAXyxAXX  BLACK  ITH.;  BARKERVILLE.  &V..IEA&&;0!Sy.  A A Ay, AX _>e__i_ers;/in.^;.\;^y'>'1.  ��������� A:Ay p!GAR^;-;Li^ti^  ;. A-g ^k'&kK'e R;y'iL:L*E^:K-'---':.S  Jun^27,1867.'.  Cariboo Lifter^  l'j.- S. THOMPSON, pRESiDFJrrr.Y A?<\\  ;ilAMES. ANDERSON, :VlCii-PR53JDEXt.'i  ^"JOHN "MacLAREN,;.-^'  5JOSEPH CLEARIHUEY.y~  aTosEPnpARK.;.^ : -j-'  DiRECTOBs;;  XyA - .   ..   ~\  AAA���������'*^^A^~A- :XA -:' '' ���������:       n AA<y  %   ^A ,or's   *   r'     - -  '  *m*  ;^^:^.i  last century.    The galleons in question were  ^ Tlie stay df the Sultan in Paris has given  rise to many anecdotes in the papers.   M.  m  mm.  n  old de Meyer, the pianist, was called  upon to play before Abdul Aziz. In order  that no injury niight be done to the beautiful,  mosaic floor, the piano vvas placed on the  back of five Turks ; then when M. de Meyer  clesired to sit down, he was told that no one  was-permitted to be seated in. the presence of  the Siiltau. Finally, this-^iuictiiiy-.^fls got  bver, and the professor was,. accommodated  with a. chair. The Sultan expressed, himself  as highly delighted with the performance,  and then asked the fiiaho to dance i  During the funeral, a few days back, of a  young Woman at Mphtfloriil, who liadappar-  ently-died in"an"epileptic"fit7^  after having thrown d spadeful of earth on  the coffin, thought he heard a moaning from  the tomb.; The :bddy was' consequently ez-  hnmed. and a vein having been r opened,  yielded blood alrdost warm and liquid. Hopes  ^vere for a moment entertained that the young  ^loman would recover froni her lethargy, but  ahe never did so entirely, and the next' day  *������������ was found to be extinct;  '..    ,  : The French are makiug fresh discoveries of  ���������oitumiucms shale, capable of yielding petro-  ^am" by distillation.   On������ of the nio������t re-  returning from Mexico, and: had on board  about 50,000.000 piastres.  An extensive strike is. going on amongst  the'colliers of the Oldham district.. Out of  22 pits, onlv six are working, and about nine  hundred men, besides a large number of lads,  are now idle, protecting, against a reduction  of two^ pence per ton in their wages, at the  same time offering to accept one penny.  The report that the Russian government  were negotiating the sale of the Moscow and  St. Petersburg railway, seems to have been  well founded, and the price of ������12.000,000,  payable b������ instalments,.to .spread over three  years, is said to be the amount agreed upon.  At an exhibition of meat recently held at  Nancy;, France, a butcher exposed a mare;  twenty-seven months old, weighing 410 kilos.  and a horse, thirteen years old, weighing 520  kilos; These animals bad beeri fattened for  the table, and were covered with garlands.  Sonie persons are employed at .Par is in collecting the proclamations of Marshal Bazaine,  in which he exercised the most criiel severities towards the republican party in Mexico,  whilst it is intended to give a list of the persons^ shot by the imperialists.  rpiIIS IXSTITOTION' is vo^^peS^t barker-  X viile, where if, is now fitted up with a view.to the  com fort. and.convenience of tbe.psopie of Cariboo.  Tho Roadii'lg'Room will be found sapplied'.with;the  latent English, .Scottish; Canadian, American and Co-  Icsial Papers and Magazines: ,.           M   ���������'.  Terms of. Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or; $2 per  Month. Single volumes loauod to non-aubscribers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit. ���������;. '..'��������� ,'  Persons not siibiscfibors, visiting tno Reading Room,  and making uso of tho Books and Papers, 25 ceuts for  each visit.'..... -.'.���������'. ���������'.   .'-���������-.������������������'   ,-:'���������'".  The Room wilt be open from TEN. A. M, till TEN  JOHN B.OWRON,' -      ..y ��������� -  Secretary and Librarian.  : N. B ���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is  always kept for sale. 13-s  P. M.  >  T N; 'A^OUNCI^'TilE.; RE;qPENmo  0i:'thi3 J  A house for tho season, the proprietors, wish;to, in*-^  form their frieuds and^the public generallyj tl'iat they '; ( ' ,,  will-spare no pains m;dra*eri..to' merit: the ^atronag4v������f->   J  all whogive thorn a c?ll. ...   ,        - '  * i  Keals at.ali hbiirs.- ;. .^1   -": '  M:  "NEW  TIN-SHOP.  THE UNDERSIGNED have commenced in 'the. above  business, in Barkerville, and soiicit a share'of public patronage. . "     , .  CAST   IRON   STOVES  Always on hand.   .  New "Work  and Jobbing  ACCbuntll-iM  A GEN T.  ;-.._.,-;   -.'���������.;;-...���������.��������� XX,T~X^&70  COMmsS0My  BARKERYILLB,,,    /;  ������������������.', Office.-"-OrrosriEYN^Cu^io,s^Bi^WBnT.  June 17,1S67,. '    y;  Don<  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  THE '"CARIBOO SENTINEL"  THE STOCK OF.. THIS OFFICE HAVING BEF;N  considerably augmented,by the recent importation  of a variety of hew.Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  for-. . ; ..;.    X       '"��������� ,  Posters, Circulars, Cardst  Billheads, Programmes for    .  Balls, Concerts, and  :._:.;,; ^--w^  Orders for any description of Job Work will be executed with neatness and despatch.  " Terms moderate, -^ft.  at reasonable rates.  .... ^fiSrOur Teams run regularly between Tale and  Cariboo and all orders in our lino of business carefully  attended to-   ;'.-.������������������"'     -,-Y..,-.yy, .;.,.;��������� y  y-U     ���������     '���������      yE. PEARSONa& BROS.  ..;���������:.. ' '.." , ' ���������.���������'-~������������������������-!���������-r-^--.������������������   ;������������������������������������ ��������������� -��������� ���������'���������  3 tee 1 e's^'l^sl^^aiti  '   RICHFIELD..'        .   ' A- i  STEELE BEGS;:TOK^"^"fliSOI^  1. and Patrons, that die. has opened, his OLD STAN������/  where he will be glad.to.see.them, .\  - ���������  ;'...    .. ;   ';  ���������  ������&' MeaI^AT ALL.HOORS' -������^ yy.  June20ih,-1867.    -'.";;l _ - ;;?;;' '.    ��������� :, A, \, -   ���������".;.  -A: -,-,;��������� f.;V,-;,i_ee,y:^;/v;:; A-  Anotioneer; (Doilector,  .'���������'.'"..;'��������� ��������� ASD���������-.:     'Ai'., "Xy  MINING    AGENTS   -:  Goods sold on Commission.  Salesroom, Barkerville. .  Office,  Richflcld.���������  5-s  QUESNELMOUTH AirJYERTISEMENTS^  y-Ap&^OmALM  AA'":*-]:. ./.- QUESNELMOUTH,    '/.���������.",'";/  .',"-.;    P. L. JOHNSON, PiioPMBToit,  Meals at all honrs, and Cooking of the bo������i  ,������������������' v,   ;       description.   ,;        .. . s ���������  EXPRESS  nersonu  AND  -JEWELLER,  AT E.   HODGENS'  OLD    STAND  Barkervme^ 1st May, 18GT.'  1-P  BRITISH COLUMBIA  YicfdrtlA   EXPRES  Connecting at Victoria with "WELLS, FARGO &��������� CO.,  for Calirornia. Oregon, the Atlantic States  '';-; 7-. ��������� - - and,Europe, y^ll ...,. :...--y;,^. '���������  AND AT YALE AND LILtOOET/WiTH BABNARD1s"  ���������Y CARIBOO JffiXPBESS,     :.A" ;A  -.  For BicrBeud, Cariboo and the Northern Mines, *  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  - Parcels. ; T-s  August StampeM;  A Jarj  band,  8  Bxi.RKERV.ILLE.  je asBortment of Boots ind  Shoes always on  1 *  ..'y QOESNBLMOIJTH,    ..;.,.;'.  ��������� BROWN &. GJLLIS.; Pi^opbietors.  Good'.Be'd$: Restaurant j.Billiard Table,  y,-.-��������� ,:8tatiling'for Horses,."fiay and Oats." ������������������������������������������������������  M<  E  rn  1?  m.yj- ^  .,    ,       WILL RDM' AS FOLLOWS :  LEA.YES  QUES^LHOUTH  ���������s.i# ..and.-.  A3 SIS O'CLOCK, A. M.,  LEAVES , SODA' Cli*iE"EK  ON  ON'  Ui  Tuesdays an & F rids j Ui  AT FOUR o'CLOCffr  Ouesntlmouth, Mav2nd, Vfti,  i.   ������; .., ������4.^.VU|t.VW-*^-'  ,���������_.v..������. :���������������.***  M# X  yy.': "������������������'���������-j^  *&'���������.������������������/"*.-:  THE CARIBOO SEiNTINEL  '..' , MONDAY, SEPTEMBER ,23, 1867. / '��������� ,  ';'.':   Agents totthe >4 Cariboo Sentmel.'V  .'QrouseCreek,--A:,..;''-'Ay,.AAA'- '.;..-���������-.; A. McWha.  1 Quesnelmouth, J������r.Goudie; Barnard'sExpress Office,  Yklri, \A ���������- -  " v-r:'   Mr,- Evans,- * ��������� * do '        ;       do.; AA;  .Xillooet;      -    F. W. Foster;,     do ".   do ���������  ������������������. fcaw .Westminster, v- r .��������� y ->.. - *"��������� ��������� ��������� ���������' ������������������ Clarkson & Co.  :' i^A*������a<:yyXAyAy' VA y..y,[ A t*E. Mallandaine.  r V^^A AA'yA VAy- A;' ;   ' *   'j ___ ,Lyoo.   ���������' ���������  Big Bend, i%;-;:���������*-��������� " ' ��������� .   Jas. Bullock, French* Creek,<  Vani Wf nkle, ":' ���������:'>:    . ���������.:.;;' ..���������.:���������.     J. W.TJnd ha rd t.  ��������� Mastftob Gulch,;; yyX'y^yyv ���������;���������: --J.^\V.?JcflVcc..;  ��������� ��������� ^____������^������^���������������^^^ ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������       i    ������������������    ���������������������������*������������������������������������ ���������^���������^t^^ ��������������������������� 11 ������������������ ���������������-������������������������������������������ ^^** *_____*   ' "^*'^ ' *!  ; ytie.^Cailbop'SenVlpclVis published/every Monday  ��������� ������nd Thursday. //.Advertisements intended for Insertion  ^tunst be delivered at latest, at 6o'clock;'-p. m.^be day  before publication.^    . ';'":''. .'  ; :uv*;.;-:;:yv-'.: TO correspootents.   "��������� ���������-.'  .   Allcommunicatlons must���������be;taccbmpanicd by the  real name.and address of the tfrlter, not necessanly  . with a view of publishing the'same, but as security for  .'hls'goodftilth..:/;. yyf AAA A&X'-y'xA.y .-;..;;.  AA^AyyAxSyw  " -J8S"* All Advertisements (notinserted for any definite  period) wHl.be continued until ordered out'and charged  for accordingly.^-'a '"AjtAX::AA: vy ;Ay. ,.,'������������������ -���������- A. ���������./; A a A  '/THE FOSITIONyOFFRANCR  ify..92he>political^hd-lfie\humari systemsi bear  A tttrong^reSemblan  ��������������������������� ^wijeacb-;��������� uader'the' influence of 6rganic;;dis-;  |; results'' iny nternai; ;ihfiamraatib witb^man^;  ^the,like effect'is produced -on the political ova  :^j^nj3m^rna^  ���������Ay HayeJed ;io������i ndulgen cesiA The X p ol i tic al i. sy s-  ;���������.7fcm*is%prgedSite an^ipfini|ude of t&eoretical  ,\pnu cities j; either hardv'to^^;;assimilate, of abso-'  I lu tely ��������� y ici bus j:;'. 'thec j nflammatory; ^sy m p to 'iris  >; ^the^VCpm^nceiS Thus^is-;:;that nations, ;by;  iAtheir^gpverbni[entsjiin' order��������� "to" /��������� avoid )great  V)interhai^dlsor3er\ fespifcjp>:'war.��������� asi��������� an:.ape-,  ���������riept^as^welhas; a means pf assuaging; the;in-  flainraatpry ^s^ptorris^ffilt; isi yeryvwelt7 for  I',. rjarlbr) p]iil ps <s> p h ers' andfcompp^ers;of p op ul ar  ? Vs^gs^b^pveigh ^against j^yerrimerife for.; re-  ^^brting!to?���������thisfdread^lternatlve ;..but;there^is  fjno^use^n^?sguising tbe^foctf we -are not'yet  I"';-ftrHyed;';;attb^inilienium^^d;must look at;  ���������^uch ��������� auctions7a^^weljook at strong medicines  V i;;e^W|temeans': ��������� of :pfevening "^pfse evils,  < Buchl^a^rench: re  ^iyil-^va^|/ either; of. rwbich;' traqscen;ded^tehr  ; i^ld the^bowrX  ;."��������� only.jccinsolation we have is^ that our*presen t  armamen ts^'li kev.rou r>m od era ^nft(dic i n es^pre*.  elude^ the^^^ppssibility of a long cpStinnance of  iction.A ��������� We sha 11 never ,see. "atlother^; seven  years^war. V;We haye. been led tp the above  consideration   by;, the  present';. attitude . of  France, as. the journalists -of that country assert they are. b etween li b er ty and war.   The  li berty, as' ad y ocated by M.' Em i le 011 i vi er,. is  impossible at-;present> being (despite all ar-  gumehts to the contrary); incompatible with  th e ern p i re.;V T he only i a! ter n a tl ve; th eref ore,  is'-- war Ay. and the situation h as undoubted ly  been accepted by the French emperor ; the  arguments of himself and M. JRonber, in favor  of peace,'': rib t w i tbsta nd ing.     What can   be  more slg n i fi can t o f this fact, th an th e fun d ing  for contingencies, not at present ad mitted, of  158,000,000 francs, just passed by the French  Charribers ; th e  u rgeht d!spatch"A which   is  being given to the manufacture of Chassepot  rines, and other am proved implements pf war.  The French government can guide,the press  sufficiently, to divert the people, who are inclined to.be.imposed upon, and those of other  nations, with articles ori peace and its advantages ;. but to those experienced in political  physiology, the ruse is too transparent, and  the-real state of aifairs is distinctly visible.  Treaties are now well understood to be mere  matters of form, strictly observed if it suits  all parties, but torn to shreds the moment a  nation thinks itself strong enough to do it  with impunity.   The treaties of.Paris of 1856,  as nd of Prague, although  only  so recent, are  seemingly set'at nought.   Prussia, strong in  her newly acquired' power, and assured ot  succor from Russia, is quietly preparing for  a further extension of territory ; where the  next attack will be, is of course known only  to herself and Russia.   As a natural consequence, Austria begins to feel herself isolated  and the only alliance attainable being that of  France, has, we may rest assured, completed  an arrangement with that power.    Russia, in  promising aid to Prussia, has of course, secured her adherence in the Russian designs  upon Turkey, which we may shortly expect  io be pushed forward to execution, and it is  in view of this eventnality that France is now  anxiously seeking a closer alii a n ce wi th Eng-  landi   The British government .ts fully alive  to the approaching crisis, and is xinostenta-  and justifiably; without the trammels of previously . formed alliances, which might bind  ber to conditions less favorable than those  she may obtain, when the moment for action  arrives. By the new organization of the  army, France will have an effective force of  800,000 men, that may be doubled by conscription in a very brief period. Italy could  muster about 500,000, and Austria a3 many  more, making for these three powers nearly  2,000,000 of men.. Russia has an army of  about 1.(500,000 ; Prussia about 700,000, making together 2,300,000 men ready for the field.  But against that Turkey can bring forward  300,000: soldiers, such as they are ; thus, exclusive of England,* the powers likely to take  the field are about equally matched. Other  powers may be brought into the strife, which  will unquestionably be the most terrible that  this world ever saw. _ Biit these are matters  upon which^no hypothesis can be formed at  present ; the progress of such mighty struggles acting like a vortex on the smaller  nations, and sucking them into its influence  by the force of events. Wo are shown the  course of the stream by the direction followed  by Athri straws��������� on its surface. ' The. Russian  journals."-; 'of 1 ate h a ve bee n rak i h g u p ey e ry  ill-natured cause of complaint against France.  Some of; their articles are jiot .in the;best. of  tast^Burare*^  one: more potent than tlie editors, y Prussian  journals are equally inclined .to canvass  French politics unfavorably.; and the French  jpu rn a Is,; e vide ii tly res trained at present, confine themselves to vmere.deprication: The  present, cloudy appearance of the political  horizbn has its due: effect upon finance. The  Bank of France has nearly a thousand millions of; specie' in its coffers ; an unprecedented state- of affairs; but the natural consequence of;the storm looming in the distance  wbich inakes safe investinent very difficult, if  hot impossible. Comraercial^nterprise js.aU  most at; a s tand sti 11,; the nio men f: w h en s il ch  op erations > wpuIdy be extremel y; hazardoiis,  m ay; o ccur : w hen 'least ex pec ted i , The p osi-  tip n ;in ;Englarid.is al inost; exactly sirhi 1 ar, ah  unusual .plethora ;bf money, and; business.  both Cbmmercial and on '���������- the stock excba nge,  flat and s' d ecli hi ngiViv Aw ay frp m ; the lac ts  above*stated, the appearance;of theX; political  barpme t er~.the .sto ck. exc h an ge���������is su ffici e n t  toco ny j n ce e very o n e th at so me great ch an ge  is im m i rien t.; and .the I ate assemb 1 age o f sov-  ereigns in'���������:Paris; with :theii\snbsequent ��������� pro-  cee d ings|; ���������' ni ak es :th e > soured when ce that  change.will conie^only too apparent,Y    ,.���������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  GREAT   ATTRACTiOfM.'  Crystal  Palace   Saloon!  BARKERVILLK,  MUNDORF & CO,, PROPRIETORS.  BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE ABOVE MEN-  Moned estahUshment will be opened next SATURDAY EVENING, the 21st lust., when all lovers of tho  _������light fantastic'' are invited to cull and enjoy themselves. '- ..'���������-.-.-  MUSIC AND  DANCING EVERT  EVENING.  Th������ best hrunds of Wines, Liquors add Cigars always  to be found at the Ban '.  The strictest order observod.  Sept. 19,1807.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  San Francisco Store*  ���������   COMMISSION  MERCHANT,  WHOLESALE AMD; RETAIL DEAIEB  IN  ���������   <��������� GBOCERIJES, PROVISIONS,  HARDWA*RBrbLOTHINa AND BOOTS;  :-   LOST.  ON WILLIAMS  CREEK, ON MONDAY  EVENING  last, a small Pocket Account Book, of no valuo to  anv one but tho owner.   Any person finding the same  will please' leave it at this Olllce.      *       ..  Sept. 17,1867.  NOTICE. :  XTOTICE IS HEREBY���������GIVEV, THAT THE  BUSL  Si.-ness.hexfctofore cirrjecl.on under.;lho-������Ur*ftjji>Op.<  penheimer k Co:, at Yale, Barkerville and FJsbcrv.ille,  will henceforth bo carried' on by the undersiencd, to  whom an assignment was executed  on the 18th day  of October, 1866,.for..the -benefit ot the creditors .of  David Oppenheimer and Isaac Oppenheimer, under  and by virtue of which said assignment, tho undersigned-have assumed tbe control of the said business,  qnd.the said>:.D.ivi<l Oppenheimer and Isaac Oppenheimer are not any longer, authorized to act in the  management thereof.. .....-���������    ;  Dated this Seventh day of September, A/O., 1867.  . ". ��������� ;y '; -' :   . RO BERT BURNA BY,  ..:���������-.y...,. DAVID LENEVEUJ  . -.A-      F.WEIS5ENBURGER,.  ; Ay Trustees of Oppenheimer k Co. 's Estate.  Nhxt Door to tije Sertikel Omct,  Barkerville, 2Qth Jane, 1867.      -  M  THE   SNUG   SALOON  .   BARKERVILLE: '  . ... <���������  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED THE  above Saloon, would respectfully invite their  friends and the public to step In and sample their  ALES, "WINES and LIQUORS, tho qualityof wblcb  tliey flatter themselves, will suit tho tastes of the mosi  rastidious. The best brand of CIGARS alwava oa  band.  ... '. ���������    SCOTT k McliARDY.  29th June, 1887. -.     2m^  (grouse Creek Express.  W' hi&ysE$$^  *��������� between Barkerviil'6 and",Grouse Creek.. Or.  der3, small parcels, letters, collections, etc., etc.,  attended to, on moderate terms.: Special attehiloa  piven to demands for subscriptions.to the CARIBOO  SENTINEL, or any other Newspaper. V  Offices: On Grouse Creek, at M. Prager's Store. In  Barkervlllo, at W. >n. Herre's domicile, Sekioil  Office.' r ''"  .:' '���������' '.���������'" '      '".'"��������� ���������    /'' .  July 29,1867:     .,.  . .-^v  THE  FROM KOOTENAY;  ���������:. Mr.G. H. Dakin, a trader and packer, of  Kootenay, arrived in this city.from Kootenay  yesterday. ' He left Kootenay on the 25th  August, and came in byway of Colviile and  Similkameen. Mr. Dakin informs us that the  trail is in excellent traveling condition^ with  the exception of the Shepherd mountain and  the.������ Kootenay bottom, a distance of, say, 30;  miles.. He thinks/that with this section corduroyed, the whole Kootenay trade would  pass in that way. The weather at; Kootenay  was fine, and. nearly all the miners were doing well. * Four Chinamen, who arrived in  this city yesterday en route to the Flowery  Kingdom, took out $12,000 in six weeks. The  hydraulic diggings were prospecting well,  but the hose they have is not sufficiently  strong to withstand the pressure, and Mr. Da-  kin's business down is to procure a supply of  stronger hose.- There are about 100 whites  and-2SO Asiatics on Wild'Horse creek. The  Boulder creek excitement proved a fizzle.  iMarkets are somewhat.high. Mr. Phillips, of  the Hudson Bay Company, bought out Dixon,  one of tbe most extensive merchants, for  $15,000, presumed to be for tbe company.  Mr. O'Reilly arrived on tbe 10th and started  on the 19th for Findlay creek, 66 miles N. W.,  for the purpose of giving a charier to a party  who intend prospecting the ground thoroughly this winter. The steamer Forty-nino arrived at Little Dalles from Big Bend on the  30tb. The news from Blackfoot is that the  Lamhi mines have proved an utter failure.���������  B. Columbian.  pissoltitioii of Partnership  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE PART-  nersbip lately existine; between the undersigned,4  under the name of Fontaine & Company, has this "day  .been dissolved by mutual consent.., All.debts duo ^o  the lato firm are to be paid to A. G. Fontaine, and all.  debts against the said firm may be sent in to Mm.  '    -     ��������� -;.;���������.        FELIX POUCHOT,"  AX.,  -:. ��������� A-- ���������--,--.  % Ay. a. G. FONTAINE.,  Richfield, August"29tb,, 1S67.     A .   lm.,;-....  Kew  El  Dorado Saloon!  '        eARKERVlLLE,'.!:;  THE UNDERSIGNED   HAVING Pt-ROHASED THE  entire interest of Messrs. Joseph Parker and RI R  Clark, in the above named establishment, would,respectfully solicit a continuance of the public patronage heretofore extended io them.:  Aug. 28,1867.. :   ���������      WILLIAM STERLING.   .  : ttOTEL,  >:^-  3 NOW OPEN TOR THE ACCOMMODATION 01  the mining community, and the public, generally.;  No expense has. been spared to render the bouse all  thatxouldbe desired, for comfort and convenieccft.  The Bat is supplied with a complete stock of Wzsis;  LiQtroBS and Cigars. ;...-. y -.     A *: - :,  -k  XXjQS- Wkll Aranr Beot ���������������& ..  may be had at a moderate charge. -V.        E. ORD,  :  . July;'li;1867.; .-..'' ' 2m-; ���������    .;-'.-.    ..-.  Proprietress;  AAA yCOS mo p o i;i ta n  Kestanrant  and Bakery  . y    -       BARKERVHXE. -:       ^;;  Boot and.  Shoemaker,  BARKERVILLE,  HAS JUST RECEIVED"BY EXPRES, AN ASSORT-  m'ent of FRENCH CALF and .KIP LEATHER, of  the BEST QUALITY.  August 28,1867. lm  ADELPHI   SALOON!  -     RICHFIELD,  I^HE  UNDERSIGNED   HAS JUST   OPENED  THE  above Saloon, and hopes his old friends, aud the  public in general, will give him a call.  No extra charge on U freeze out," for fun.  Aug. 28,1867. lm   '    JOHN HEDIN.  THE.UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY RE*  novate^ his Establishment, has re-opened tbesanrt;  for.tho accommodation or the Public, and tnists to  morl t,. h sha ro of ��������� th eir patronage.; ��������� His Bakery has alsoi-  undergone repair, and ho is now ready to execut*  orders from all who wish Rood bread. .  :     '    ..   "���������-." JACOB VELTE, Proprietor.     .  Junel0th,186l       _ A A- A'-'-   U-*  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  A FTER THIS DATE, BAJRNARD'S EXPRESS IS  ii not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped in  Tin or Glass, unless by special contract. .  Until further notice; tho Express-will arrive'ner*  cverv SUNDAY AFTERNOON, and closo for-beloir  every WEDNESDAY, at NINE o'clock, A. M..A  ROBERT POOL,  Agent.  Barkerville, May 29th, 1867. 8  A coMMUxrcATtON hasbeen received at Victoria from Mr. Wakefqrd, late colonial secretary, announcing his safe arrival in the city  of Perth, Western Australia.  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING  between FRANK PERRET and A. KELLER, as  Saloon keepers, dmeronton, bus this day been dia-  solved by roulu:iJ consent. All outstanding accounts  due to the late firm, must be pa I a to A. Keller, who  is authorized to receipt for the same.  FRANK PERRET,  A. KELLER.  24th August, 1SG7,    - lm  CUNTO  ��������� Clinton City,  B HIT IS H    C O L U M BIA.  tiously putting her house in order ; that she  Will join with France, Austria, (her ancient  ally) and Italy, when the proper time arrives,  we do hot for a moment doubt ;. but past experience ha.s taught her the value of caution,  and she will allow events to advance to such  a point as will enable her to set promptly  THE SUBSCRIBERS, .FOR MANY TEARS PRO-  prietorsof tbe Twenty-Nine Mile House, Douglas  Portage, beg to announce that having purchased tiic  Clinton Hotel property, they are prepared to aflbrd  excellKnt accommorlntion to tho .travelling'public.  The table, wall at all times be vvoil supplied, aha in the  liar will be found the choicest liquors.  Ample stabling for animals, and tho best of food  constantly on hand.  They respectfully invito a call from tbeir old.customers, as well as the travelling public generally.  Clinton, B. C,, Sept. 17,1867, ���������        J,. S3IXTH & CO.  STJRG-EON   DENTIST,  ^^S^."RKGS I'KAVE TO NOTIFY THE  f&^pg^Safi.) inhabitants of Bnrkervillo and vi-  ^-UJXI "cinity, that he is located at THK HOTEL DE PRANCE, where he will bo able to perforin  all operations on tho Teeth, in tho latest and most  schntiiic manner.  T.^ctb oxf.ractrM   without PAIN, by   tho uso of tho  KHIGOL1NB SPRA\'. J  CaAROEs Moderate���������Terms Cash.  August 19tb, 1867.  Photographic  Artist,  HAS NOW OPENED A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY  at RICHFIELD, ami is prepared to take  Cirtes tie Vj.sito. Timbre de Pnstn i*hritnU&- Xmbro-  t yp: s, L;ta tl i er Pictu r ���������������, ?,I i l \ not v j������,:s, Vio ws of  Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Steroodcopic  Portraits also taken on White Silk, Linen or Cotton'  Cloth. I  Richfleld, 12th August, 13G7. !  NOtlCE.  In the matter of the Kstato and Effects .of JAME3  PURDIE. late of,Williams Creek, Blacksnutb, ac*  ceased, intestate.  LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDKBTEt? to THE  above Estate arc required to pay tho amounts cuo  forthwith, and all persons who have any claims agomst  tho abovo estate, aro required to send iu their accounts  ou or before tho TWENTY SIXTH <lny of SEPTEMBER,  lS67,to CHAS. B. POOLEY,  Official Adraietetrator.-  Dated RlchfioM, 27th June, 1S67.   In tho matter of the Estate and Effects ^,^���������  WHITFORD, Free Miner, late of tho Reid Claim,  Conkiins Gulch, deceased, intestate.  A LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  il abovo Estate, aro required to pay the amouins  duo forthwith, and all persons who have any cm n J  against the above estate, are required to send In .nur  accounts on or before FIRST NOVEMBER. 1367, to  CHAS. E. POOLE V,  Official Administrator,  Dated Richfield, 1st August, 1S67. .___^-  Thos. L. BRI&G-S & Go.<  CAMERONTON,  Have just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OR RETAIL  AT LOW RATES FOB CASH,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS or LlQtK>KS  ��������� CONSISTING OF ���������  Brandy���������Martcll, Hennessey, and Otard Dupey.  Wines-Port, Sherry  Rursundy, and Claret; ������*���������  terno's French White Wine.; Sansevaines \>  fornia White Wino.;  Champagnes-Boucbe and Napoleons ���������������TJ_tet,.  Bittors-Boker's, Sanscvaine's,. Orange and tio  tor's, Vermouth, Abscnthe, Peppermint anct ^.  setto.  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  Also on hand���������500 gallons choice brands of Bran h  Wines, Wbislcy, Rum, etc. a* tli*  Goods received on SiOKAGBor Commxssio^ ������  lowest market ra.to������. *' ". *$_' ���������  -Jut Jtily. imt;.  mmm:  ��������� mm  ������  fill  m  Wm  u/j u i, fc *liMU.V9WIU!i!UIURdlURI  It  .cM^s^^!i _^___S '-4.  ������..-   AA  > ��������� ':.<v  1 '���������������������������������:;  ji  I  ;  THE CARIBOO SENTITOL  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1867.  Powder Magazine.--We have had occasion  more than once to point out the urgent necessity, for some action being taken relative-to,  the erection of a building, at a convenient  and safe distance from town, suitable for  storing the large quantity of.blasting powder  that is distributed among the various stores  here, and although tbe grand jury, in their recent report recommended its construction,  still up to the present moment no movement  has been made in the matter. It"! is' needless  for us to remind the owners and occupants  of property that such a precaution is essentially required against the occurrence of fire  in a town like this, where there is no dividing space between the buildings, and where,  in the event of a fire, it would be difficult to  get any one .to risk his life by approaching a  building in which such a combustible and  explosive -material is kept We once more  urge the subject, as one deserving the serious  consideration of our fellow townsmen.  The Ghost.���������No little excitement has been  created during the past week among tho den-  ������������������to^^/jthi&i^Jacer-^^jcsraSog- a -veritable  ghost that is said to haunt tbe drifts of;the  Minnehaha Co., on Mosquito Gulch. Various  are the talesthat.have, been told respecting  its freaks, and the terror and dread into  which the workmen have been thrown by its  hideous appearance. To such an exten t, we  are told, has this alarm spread, that- it is with  great reluctance tnat "men are induced to  work in the diggings; -The company,; it is  fiaid. have been obliged,to abandon the works  to his ghostship, and will hunt for the- undiscovered lead on another portion of their  -claim. '���������'% ;-:y    ' '-'.'��������� ;..-/.   ;*V"-y  The Emigration Agency.���������John Cooper,  Esqi, late chief clerk in the Treaser^ Department; lias entered the' office of an^ insurance  company at Manchester, England^ /We -understand that he has given up expectation of  being appointed agent for the emigration  scheme,,,until the government ;'shall.;.have  mo re fu h ds at tbeir disp osal; than at. present.  ���������N.W. Examiner. <  . P.. R.���������For the; information of those desirous of obtaining reserved seats in the outer  ring, at tbe contest oh Tuesday, we are requested to state that-as these\ seats have all  bee n numbered, h o 'person w i 11 b e. all owed to;  oceupyjpheyfWji0'-..-has not got a> numbered  ticket;^    '���������:- .-.'-���������?'��������� '������������������a-Aa ��������� -' ���������''���������'  [COMMUNICATED,]  THE GHOST OF MINNEHAHA.  has  No event in the history; of Cariboo  caused more astonishment and ( inquiry  amongst our people, than that a ghost had  really been seen in the Minnehaha claim; on  Mosquito Gulch. For the last week or more,  the'question passing, from mouth to mouth  has been, "is there any truth in the story,,or  is it. simply a hoax ?" I therefore prepare for  your readers a stateraeut of such tacts of the  case as have come under my own observation, this week, with a view to satisfy the prevailing curiosity. <  Whatever may have been the precise origin  of the story could not be found out, for the  statements differ so widely in their material  points. When tbe apparition appeared, or  what form it assumed at first I cannot tell j  and this diversity rather tended to increase  the public excitement. However the imposing ceremony of exorcising the first ghost of  Cariboo took place last Friday, and it is this  we are now going to relate.  It appears that my friends, Jessie and Dick,  of Mosquito Gulch, being given to spiritualistic doctrines, thought it ..was wrong that  I gb psts shpu Id appear i n t un n els. in s tead.of  throng ti "Ihe 'recognized*' "clianner * of "chairs','  tables, stools, etc., and: as the .affair, as it  stood, was calculated to injure tbeir creed.  they invited a deputation of the Barkerville  people to visit Mosquito Gulch last Friday,  with a view to its investigation and settlement. As I had never seen a real ghost or  the ceremony of incantation, I determined to  be present on,the occasion. In due time the  deputation arrived ; oue learned gentleman,  with a large book under his arm, which all  said was a bible, but which shows, how little;  people here remember about the good book.  The incantation ceremony was then shortly  arranged at Jefifree's store, where all .collected,! The wealth and talent of the district  were well represented, and the procession  from the store to the shaft- was very imposing. It'was headed by Messrs. Jeffree and  'Babbit as chief priests, with a. white tunic on  their shoulders and a bottle of brandy in  their hands ; then followed Messrs. .Harnett  and Allan,'Dr. Chipp and Mr. Stevens;C. E,,  Prof. Denis and Mr. Burdick, Messrs. Floyd  and Weill, Adler, arid Barryt each with a bottle, -the; Flume aud Canadian, .companies,  Scott and McHardy, each with a bottle, the  residents of the gulcn. arid Professors George  Wilson and Joseph Eden. M. A.,- (manly-art);  as rear guard.;so that if the ghost, cut up at  all he might have bis head punched.  The procession was conducted with due  solemnity, only it seemed to me tbe bottles  Thb following suras were deposited in the  hands of the officers of court, up to Saturday  lastyop^behalf of ^.^f ^ -^jf ^j!! j passed from mouth to- mouth a leetle too often  &A R^ SiJfcl>s they filed  along.    Arriving .at the shaft  $2,600.   The trial of tho case is set for this; cantation given by lhecnief priests, according  morning. ^ jto the usual form, for all the spirits, ^black,  CAUFOftNTA Electioks.-^E. Haight, the de-j white or grey, be who they may," to come  "mocratic candidate, has been elected gover-1 out of that at once ; but though you* may  nor   of California.    The entire democratic j Cali spirits from the "vasty deep" they won't  state ticket has been elected by a majority of -' .u���������i *w-^ aia~u  ������������������.���������.-    vua ,*������  7,000 to 10,000.   Haight received 4,000 of a.  majority in San Francisco alone.  Joe Eden came in yesterday from his training quarters at Quesnelmouth, as did also  .George' Wilson, from Van Winkle, where he  always come and they didn't now. The infernal thing was as obstinate as the Canadian  Co., it wouldn't budge an inch. Amidst the  solemn silence, Prof. Deffis was called on for  a prayer, and it was admitted tbat Jas. Watts,  celebrated for  strong  prayers,  was never  has been undergoing severe exercise lately. I more powerful -still no ghost appeared;   A  Both men appear to be in good condition for committee of three was then formed to des-  the fray.  His Honor Judge Begbie arrived in New  Westminster on 13th inst. The Columbian  contradicts the rumor that he and Mr. Bali  ���������had been suspended*;  A TELFGRAM has been received in Victoria  announcing that the steamer Oregon would  sail from San Francisco for Victoria, via Fort-  land, on 11th inst. ���������-.,-..  Seward has officially contradicted the New  York Tribune's story that he is:trying to  settle the Alabama claims by negotiating for  British Columbia.   .  The steamer Active which left Victoria for  San Francisco on 6th inst, carried away  '$66,000 in treasure.  Messrs. Mund6rf& Co.'s new Crystal Palace Saloon was opened last Saturday evening, unci crowded with visitors till a late hour.  Express.���������BarnarcVs Express arrived yesterday at the usual hour, with a small colonial mail, but ho passengers.  Professor Hermann, the Wizard, was at  Quesnelmouth yesterday, and will be in.here  to-day.  The next County Court Ml beheld  Monday, the 30th inst  Accident.���������-J. S. Deas, tinsmith, .Yale,  from a horse recently and broke his arm.  Charles B. Schlessinger,  the forger,  beePajommitfced for trial.  on  fell  has  Allow iio one to put you off with any other  "Coffee than Foil's best. To b������ had from all rot^rtjct-  *bU .dealers,  cend into the diggings, Legh Harnett to talk,  Deffis to pray, Wilson to fight if occasion required either. They descended together, pale  but firm, as became men in such a crisis.  After a short and painful suspense, the word  '���������'hoist"; was given from below, and the com-:  mitted reappeared all, safe and sound, much  to the satisfaction of those who expect some  fun on Tuesday, and reported that after careful search they could find no ghost in the  Minnehaha diggings. At this announcement  a shout of joy went up from ailparties, for  Cariboo was saved from the charge of superstition and folly.  The remainder is soon told. After partaking of the hospitality of the Minn eh aha boys,  ���������and no one goes to Musquito gulch without  receiving the most generous hospitality-���������the  procession returned ia the same order to Jeffree 's and Babb i fct's s to res, o nl y. ra uch mo re  jolly than at first. The Macbeth chorus, written by Shakspeare for such occasions, was  given with great power and effect; and as  the words V all good spirits come in, all bad  stay out," were repeated, every body responded," Amen���������glory to God���������give us the  bottle Jessie���������Hallelujah." Ail, care and  sorrow being over, the rest of the day was  devoted to conviviality, according to taste���������  cribbage. sinch, and shaking the dips, being  most general. If I were to judge the land by  the visions seen coming home, I should say  the worst spectres of Cariboo, like other  places on the Pacific coast, were hot Scotch  toddies, and Hudson Bay ram. Strange aud  w;eird were the sights .seen all the way home ;  lights flickering here, there, and.every Where,  as men plunged through the muddyr trails ;  some lost on the bill lops _;sooie rosand the  Jack-of-Ciubs lake ; some in the swamps���������  laughing, shouting, swearing���������wbat a jolly  time it was. However, " alfjs well that ends  well" ; and as everybody by degrees got  home safely, and " nobody hurt on the outside," I close my- relation of the " Ghost  of Minnehaha," trusting that ail the spectres  of British Columbia may be exorcised as  speedily and thoroughly'as it was.    .  Oxe of. the Boys.  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  (BeforeC. Brew, Esq;)     ;.\  yy      Saturday, 21st Sep'tr1867."  Francis McKenny vs. Davis Co.���������Suit for  $168 being amount due for wages. It appeared in evidence that tho plaintiff, on the  6th June last, received an order from Mr.  Ball, Gold Commissioner, for leave to^ work  in the Davis claim, in which he was a ^share-  bolder, and continued so to work until three  weeks ago, when he was discharged by the  foreman. After his discharge, plaintiff continued to work for twenty days, and brought  the present suit to recover wages for said la:  bor.' The Commissioner ruled that plaintiff  had no ground of action inasmuch .as be had  not/ institiited proceedings at the time of his  discKarge/aud therefore dismisFeJ^the case  with costs, without prejudice, however, to  plaintiff's right to sue the foreman qf the couv.  pany to shew cause why he was discharged. -  The. application of R. Dexter for leave to  construct a drain, commencing at a point  near the Cariboo claim and running up stream,  so as to tap the Foster Campbell and other  claims, with a'right, to levy drainage tolls,  was heardY arid opposed by; the: Miners' Bed  Rock Drain Co., on the ground that the application encrpached^on their charter rights.  The. .Commissioner, after, hearing ;evidence  and arguments on both sides, refused to grant  the ^privilege required, remarking, at the same  time, that the charter of-the Drain Co.; would  not be extended beyond the tiine therein mentioned, unless, it.could.be shown to him that  their failure to complete .the work did riot  arise from any want of due diligence on their  part. Mr. Walker for'applicant, Mr; Park for  Drain. Go.  .       -  Miners' Drain Co. :ys.. Never' Sweat yCo.^-.  Clai m for $1.215, b ei n g the a mo un t;. due for  90 days': drainage; Defendant's adduced evi^  denee to shew.' that' they derived no advantage from the . drain ; and the. Commissioner  at once dismissed the...case .with; costs.. Mr.  Park for plain tiffs,XMf.~ Walker for defendants.  To the Editor of the "Cariboo-Sentinel."  Sir,-���������A report came to my. ears torday, to  the effect that I am the writer of the." Ching  Foo" letters, which are published in tbe Colonist. For ray own sake* I mq.st emphatically deny tbe assertion. Whenever. I write,  I do so under my own name. In this case,  were I the writer, I should be guilty of gross  indelicacy, folly, and ingratitude. So far I;  have endeavored to avoid all personal and  public disputes, .beyond my. province, and-  shall studiously continue that course to the  end. y    .Yours truly,     ...  Sept; 22,1867. Legh Harnett.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WILLIAMS CREEK  Is not exempt from the prevailing, scarcity  of the aqueous fluid, and the consequence is  that there are but few claims at work.  The Aurora washed out for the week ending yesterday 440 oz.~--B6realisco; . toofcv ������lit  for 2 daysVwashing 20 ounces.-~R.aby co. had  about 70 ounces for the week.���������Hibernia co*.  are making $8 and $10 a day-to the hand.  .      stouts odlcelV  Sevetat claims have had to stop work, and  others to work short handed; last week, on  account of tho scarcity of water. Alturas co.  washed up 173 ok. for the week, and. only  worked with half the usual complement} of  hands.���������Taftvale co. washed up 70 oz. for 2  days' work.���������Jenkins co. got on pay. last  week; they cleaned up yesterday 40 o&    .  *     CONELTNS OOLCH.  The want of water has prevented the usual  number of claims from working during the  past week. TheWootten and Honie. Ticket  cos*, on the hill to the south of .this gulch,  continue to sink with good indications. yThe  former company will commence this morning  to drift from their shaft whidh is 60 feet ih  depth.'  MOSQUITO GCLCir. \ -.._..  Since our last visit tri this favpre'd locality,  quite a change is discernable in its general  aspect. Where bark aiid brush shanties and  tents were then only to be seen, now neat,  comfortable cabins have been reared iri their  stead, as. well as two commodious stores.  One of these, owned by Mr. Jeffree, is situat-  tbe gulch, while the:other, owned by Mr. Baty  bitt, is located on alike commanding site on  the'Opposite side, where it is intended that  the,future township of Qroville will be built  The fouriclation 'has already been cleared off,  for a boarding house,saloon aud blacksmith;  shop...! The former institution is greatly need*,  ed, not that, the stranger fares badly by any  means, for we can bear testimony to the lciud  hospitality we met with everywhere, but it  is not j ust the thing where there are so many ���������  daily visitors to' impose too much on good '  nature, especially where your kind host hai  to do the cooking, besides attending to bia  usual duties. .'. We were much pleased to obf  serve the self-satisfied air ��������� 'that seemed tqJ  beam from tho countenance of every 'mine?,  with whom we; co.nv.ersed, and to'hear;the  universal expression of cohfidehce in the ulti;  riiate extent, permanency, and, wealth of tha  diggings.   It appears^ from what we' ��������� could.-  learn, that almost ..every shaft that, has yoV  been sunk, has been put down onmqre'of  less pay, and when we consider4he trifling  cost in sinking compared with other localities,  we hesitate not to say that these nve thb best  poor man's diggings yet found in this district."  We understand it is the intention of nearly all.  the companies on the gulch to run tunnels to  tli eir claims duriitg the winter, so as:to enable*  ���������them-to work���������to-better advantage: in thi;  spring; .���������'���������A-AAAAy-A'-XAA'-y' A. A": 'a .   ������������������'���������''  Minnehaha c'o^ate still running :prospeof;  drifts, but 'have failed to^^ strike -the lead so\  far.   A new shaft has been startediiarther' ujp>  on their ground; which will be bottomed -this:  week.���������Junction,c6:^hicbi aajoins the former  company on the south;.have bottomed a shaft.  at 30 feett with little indications^   They will;;  commence anothei* ;fo-day, hearer the hill;r-Y  Willow co. washed out for -the week 60 p^���������:  Opbir. co. are . making; ������������������;$$'*andA S10 a day to ���������;  the hand.���������Hocking co: (hill claim) have discovered a. very rich channel, and*are' piling  up sthe, dirt:, taken therefrom, to ;be- washed  when water is more plentiful^^oiht' cp. rive  mating good.;:wages.���������-^Discovery co. are tak*  ing out wages.���������Rising Siincb;;: had 'ft1*.dlyiy.  dend; of $50:;;tq> the. share;after;paying-aU  experises.���������Hplman; co; washed- up >: for. th^ ���������  week 80 oz.���������Jeffreev co. washed lip ' for; ih������A  throe days prior to:Thursday last, 57 oz..- '-',���������"  .:.":". ' ���������;'���������'" .::'-';--';Rtp;;.GULcii..".; Ay'-yAAy yvA  X DiscoVery, co. bave got their sluices set, arii>i  will conimence.washing about Wednes^ay.-rr'  Catch-it-if-You-Can bo. got -:a prospect of. $8  to threei buckets: of gray el, :vlast ;T hurray ;-r  Butcher co. are'rijiaking wageSi^Mpntariav eo;-:-  (bill clairia)"hay9 got a fair prospect.^llriited  co. washed up on Thursday 3 pz.,;the resulf  of two men's work forrbne day.���������Cornopm)  co. are down 24 tl with a shaft,;and ..have  struck slum and gravel, said to be a. good indication. :.��������� Ay  ..   :...:    ,.  : . . ��������� ,    Ay-.A  This gulch which runs in an easterly direction from Island mountain, where it takes. ita  rise, is 2J miles in length,, arid has been pre-,  empted up to its soui;ce.    .  wtlso^s GUi.bH'.,     .       ;';.  The Discovery co. took out 5 ouncea laiii  week. ]''..-',..  LOWTIBK. CREEK. .        A AAA  Moorhead co., now owned by sis: Chinamen :  are making $50 a week to the hand.���������Chitr  tenden  co. are averaging   $15. a  day to the  hand.���������Now-or-Never has been laid over.-rr ;  Plumbago co.-are starting a drift.into tha  hill, above the former company's lines.^-First!  Chance co. had about 50 oz. for theweek.---  Calaveras co. washed up for the week 100 oz^  ..       GROUSE CREEK.  Several of the: prospect shafts at .the upper  end of the creek have ; been bottomed,; and  favorable prospects ,ob taiued. ; We have; not  learned what success;'vb'as: .attended.:'mining  operations on this creek, duriiig the;; week,  with the exception of the Ne'errdo-WeelcQ^  which took out about 60 ozi.  ., -.:-r.; '.- >.!  ��������� .   ������������������ ' ". V'\     '.">/."''���������'.  ^A AA]AaMSaa.  yAlAyA^AAyyyAA  Footprints op Old Yiptoiuans.���������Hon. A'.  DeCosrrios, ex-Hon. George Wallace, and C.  C. Fendergast, dined together recently te  New York city. Wallace started for Europe  on the 21st July. DeCosmos will retiirri to  Victoria iri time, for the first.sitting of th&  British Columbia Council. Pendergast ia in  business in New. York. J. P.. C ran ford and  -���������Marks, .formerly of Blackmail & Co'., ar^  residing in the same city.���������Colonist-     '.a  .The attention of travellers is directed to  the advertisement of Messrs.; STriitli& Co.,  who have lately purchased that commodious  wayside house called tho Clinton Hotel, where  the best of everything, it is ; possible to procure on the road,may,be had, Mr. and,Mrs,  Smith's qualifications as hotel keep^r^ are top  \H\\ arid favorably known, in connection  with the 29-niiie house, on the* Douglas, port������  age, to need any iurther comment from us.  ,'.  ". DIED.���������'At Victoria, V. I.j on the 12th inst., Danr-  hi Hatbew Marphy, the' son of Patrick and Iter?  Auirpby, aged sev*������ months and eighteen days. .     '.'..  At the Camp, N<Svv Westminster, on the 10tb. inst,.  second child of Mr. R, Wolfsa^p;  ��������� _ Georgiha JS,ato,. second cHiici or  eTon a commanding position to the south of jogad seven months'and four tiaysJ  ���������rawmmx--m.m^&: I^jjj agmfa.+f,; 9?jt*to6f>l*,**rwtfl> ^������  (R���������r^*^,r������Ji'^^P^'t^'l^W^^V-?"^*^^"V^?r^F*Jr^"  ?M*W,������*������*4 .^y������������iW*-������f���������^VJl  ,^li^<IMii������MH^  ^^teVfiSW-v"* WfrV * i^**1''  V^G-MmAITEMS FEOM GOLONIST.  A A Arine^triry frar^^&pnse belonging J to- If.^  McTuirnari;^ the E^uimalt  ���������road .bridges, was totally; destroyed by fire  ^>t*^Jltef -'27th'; ult; ;* !;it^aa"1nsured^tou;th^ <we-  ""'t of S^O^)^���������John SBvTne^ arrested: on,,a,  va: '���������  ���������    ;   "charge of complicity in the fur embezzlement  ,ca3,6, Wasi,liberated.on his own recognizance.  , j^-The tjelegraph. icable;' between San Juan  ;.     and? topez;islandt;is out of order ^messages  !' a '', ��������� -.A JbaM'to..fee sent1 f rora Jheilatter to the ?foriner  -A'.piapevin Cahoes whence they are������,transmitted  to Victoria.���������A man'named Hughes has been  ., arrested as.a de&ertepfrbmfthe. British, garri-  .,���������, ispn at;San;^anJiBl^di^,A^ race -between the  aA, two', fast 'boats^Tyne ?and Phantom, for $50  ' ; man's island and'back^a'nd.won by:th6.Phari-:  rrtorij cbmingyn 600 yards:, ahead.���������There-* ap;-  ' ? Ar~ " years; to- be}ri^strike^anion^he gas consumers  ; . '_; > A yA" of iffictoria^a ��������� large ./number, haying; bound  '���������'.',, :   themselvesnoltquseUt %inle^  ' * reduced in price.yAn anquest wns held over;  , ,.: the hjody.ot' Stockend,'the .wife Of -an old set  tler\z a'postmortemexamination proved that  ; :  _ . -    ,     death.had arisen ..from, heart disease.���������Wil-:  AfyAA-AA    ,,.,y,    -VYK^U^J ������������-a^;'^���������l' ������;���������'������*"������������������   ^ L'- -n-.-sL- :vi,...������_ v   ,���������_  ;NEW:;,ADTERTISEMENTS.  'V' - :���������  Y  V-'j^v-  ES   P.   TA^pORJ  Druggist,        ;  .BABKMT-ILL'B. ; :     ; -.1  fjTASt CONSTANTLY  ON HAND   A ' CHOICE   SB-'-  >Xl-;>lection;ofYPairGS andJPatent;MjmicixEs,.includ-;  ing. the:celebrated.;.Oolden  Balsam, and  Murphyte  Mixtures ��������� for the complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.;  Also>, great var ie ty of Sarsaparillas,' Ho ir_ Br ushes,  Toptia ^Brushes,; Combs, Tooth Powdery Sponges j Fancy  Soaps,'tubin?s Extracts, Rose Water .and other Perfumeries, Garden Seeds, &o., k6i ���������  1 Just received���������an. assortment of Stationery, Pocket  "Diaries for l867^and i3illiai*^Table articles^.  .���������.  V :.;^:-:S:;^Rrescrip'tions carefullycoin pounded. y  1-s t  FOSTER;   OF   LILLOOET,  V y ,   'CHEMIST..   ' "- , ���������;.'-  :-'-:���������'; :  "VICTORIA ��������� AB^RTISMENT S;  ; Corner of Langley Alley and Yates St.   ;  M  Have opened the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stock   y  ���������'���������^oF-r���������.;  y : ROADSIDE ^DpTO_JEi^r-  WILLIAM   McWHA  Y:��������� . '; - ' tyn������N?.^^;_;'c^v' ' -.i,;:;.  |l A -TITll   0 :'fl An i ���������% v'V a i!������ ������ A Vim a1i2 *'���������;,-,;    >  r'.,; ;    AND FLOWER SEEDS.  ,   } '    . '  A. Tne .business of the late firm of Jay; &;Sp.v^*Fort St';',',.  and1 Springfield Nursery,"will ;ho carried.on,^"'-by .them'  in all its-branches'.:.  ;. Fruit,Trees;and'Bushes, Evergreen'land "Deciduoiis;  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants 'ofc every descrip-.  tion;  ,   : ,. y-  .."... ��������� :. ;��������� \ ,   -:yMsy '  Onaiis premises for bpwards^f ?0b HoWeV '''  ,,.m 'X Hay and pats,for Sale cheap     ' '  Good1 ^^?HbJ^ijibS^^f;  u y.i!j^^06iij^ml^ A ., I.,  IT AS FOR; S AliE, and constantly.:- on; hand,  Ia: a well assorted Stock of I)rusrs,:-.nll the; Chemicals  used by Physicians,; Photographers, Assayers and,  Mechanics;   Also the popular-Patent Medicines, and  .Druggists' sundries;'   :..' ,"  *     !' '  . ', y *"A  ' RetoftsV 'Grucibles,- Muffles,;Cupels, Ingot;;'Mould?)  etc.);eto.   ', ;\  -t v ,  ;;, ,/'AA--..A  ,' " ���������    ; -        ' ���������  J^raESCWPri^S^'MTBTm^-PREpAREn. ���������' '   .    ���������   "   ���������    '���������   -f;;^S6stejr/;:;^-v  -:-y:.y.."3;:- ���������-.!' GhemistY-''"  it, ON" DO N  H 0 "TJ S E,  '- / GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA. "'<  \VirAEOluBSALE^ Ai^fRETAIL; ;;  ;���������;���������:: j. h.; tupIner '&.ca-:;;, ���������;'-.  ������   y "    .;'������,,'..     ,     ' IMPORTERS-; OP; o... ' -' -:   ^  English;& French Silks,"*SKawls; Drcssesi XJii  ii f derclothlng," Gloves, elbd- every 'description of,? '  '^"Dr^per^^ood&s''' '  c  '.    - BOSTON BAR, k C,  ������ ...J ��������� WholesaleMd Retiiil Merchant la  liquors* imyopoDsi ici^thing; S^ i9  ^>t*#**" ���������j'w'i sr������w*'  f/mifrm *wn������; ,Wrfc^Tv. _.;jt "4  y Receive regular supjplics by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels viivCapo' Horn.      y      Y     wv  tj'jgsS^ Particularattention!givcn?to*ali orders;  -."  '  ^London-Firm--^..P. TaxsTALF'&Oo. l    l.s''  ;> ; :-y, .  . ESTABLISHED 185S.      ���������     yy  : :; J *       HOTEL DE FRANCE,      . / '  ��������� /;' ir GovernmeWstkeet, Victoria, V. I.1  fT^-I^ST^TOM^ with all the  Ji: delicacies'of the season, and th&;:sleepin# acebmo-  ,,,-,,,,,:,,,���������--,,,   ---,V,^fiI  TS OPEN FOR^^THE ACCOMMODATION OF THfe  JL .Travelling: public; the bedrooms; are spacious and  airy anftthq Bcds;pannot^  and;comfort by any in the, lower couhtry; the $0>i_ j;  al4&isto������]iS^Mhv^  for Horses; Hayf Oats and Barley, constantly onhanr'  fBOTD *&HEATH, 'PWpr&tofs,.  rpHIS HOUSEis situated 26 miles from: Quesnelmouth'  . 1 -The proprietors; having latoly fitted np bodroom,  and 'gb'bd'Bed$-.aro\iio^prepar^a to aflbrd every accoai  rnodationsforTra^ellers;? the Tablo^is furnished ^ithalj  ��������� iho luxurles;that can be procured:;* the3at is well s_p:  ���������yy-ry\  '." '��������� .tl  ���������aft���������a -few'boards'  .5veref;to--son'ie.Ioga-~-a  iblalpo^refreaftYio for  ler^iri^tempe jtu ������us wea-  JiHf������ltp-h sIlR "' mn.rT������'l  fan-  TJEI^RY   feREENBAUMK WHOI^SAtE .. ,'L  11 St ore j'-Importer of Fi n e Mbueschau jr Pipesj -. .  ���������^ou^pieces^Gigars and Tobacco^ Johnson street? Vic-1  ritt,-y.ti;;...v'-,.;^ ., ���������  y- ,.-���������><.; ,..l.s--:  she^madevtar-  n   ,   _ gh.���������Itmay be'said that, the  - , nilantj .which accompanies amusements is  ^telconsistant withihe' dignity of man.   What  i tthi moan K-tr~'i'AXt*i\%{'������fi-   ������������������ T. ,-.Va^.*~i���������~ a*'>a.i A ���������  -     AGENT FOR BUNSTERfe ALB^I     '   -  -.In Bbls. and half Bbls.^   -      .,  . :Yale3 April 18th,'1867.-        . ���������   l-s  JlOEEArt/S ; Coffee .. EopSE asd- -' Restaurant^  ���������t, -JYictoria,^ I.    This yis the  "���������^Government-Street,,       ...      . _..   .���������._, ...  cheapest; ;mbst com fortab le, and b'est attended "Es tab-  liifhmentjn the City  y The BAR- is1 alwaysl<;upplied-with' tlie "^������:---+ ������<���������  Wines,' Liquors and Cigars.  fp ,F. WALTERS, formerly of the 94"Mile House,  ' 1"-1 having pnrchasedv thig^nch,;' is: now ipreparef|i  tc accomodatO'tho traveling public with GOOD MEALS  and BEDS-at moderate-ratos. ��������� " lkl  choicest of  on Furs consighed. %���������/ Reference^Gi ������  hart Bros. Victoria, V. J.   V   .   '  Siitfo ���������"*& ObJv Rcin-  ge  ancl  YALE, B. Oi  !    SUTRG i&^C0;;'JMPOR^Sf-i'A������n'--'.liAi������BS.ji*N  r.   CIGARS; TOBACCOj "J[eersh'aum:Pipes;&c.  merof? Yates and Wharf 'street, Victoria'       :  corner  ,.SiE;  '" *'Si&  .J\Y  .. i,f." '..-v;.: 1  Y.-Yj  .>; ";:Y'^U  'MESSRS:' CORNWALL������S;  ..  i T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, hair.vav.betwojn  A. Sp'encc*s Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route,  Travellers^ill find^Ood^^immbdation.   Tlie bestof  living,.of Liqiiprs, and of Winesy  Fresh ButtejV'Mil^  and-Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.    U  yim  ������������������ w  m^ ui.au ass, lncapaDie^oraaughiug.   in-mak-  ing.aharp^jwouldnot^put in a  siring ..thafc-  ;,      ,' was not to be touched; to be a temptation . to  _      the harper; and-on.making man God did not  "��������� ' ��������� A I " ;   t)Ut ip one appetite or. passion, or, social at  tribute,- or element of taste, "mirth, or- reason;  that springs from your higher,, nature. -Lift;  ftp that: which; distinguishes^ your'/ nidhhddd in  distinction from'; animalism. If you. have  mirthfalriess. consecrate it and.employ it for  the. sake of manhood. Do not suppress it Do  not quench the light which,uGod gave .you,  with which to be a: guide and-cheer to way-  men.    Y-r AA: -���������yA.AAVA.y'yA AA-.A  J}ARTIES ^IPPINGlGOOOS BY^T^  Xj ton-Route, are advised that ; f       ��������� ���������  ? ' \ A yA -'KIMBALL <fe,'GLADWINT ;' ,,';> ���������'  y "Have erected an extensive Storehouse ano! DOck at  Yale, and are prepare*.to.;Raceivef Store, arid Forward  Goods^;.-.���������:��������� Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Lowest Rates.    <  ' ' y" "  :/ Parties shipping^goods through us will please -mark  to the; care of y y :   y. rry '"Y V'-yi.v '"     ���������'��������� i-':-' -A  Is, ;; :���������" -     ..    KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  jf WONG,,LEE.������ CO., Commission Merchants, i_.:  Ik porters, and Dealers,in Chinese Goods, Victoria;;  V*. ��������� .L-fTYalo- Lillooet, iQu'osn el mouth, :.and Williams  Creelc. ' -   :-' '- ;,- ' ��������� :   ��������� ���������,   ; ���������;      y y      ''l^s -���������  X������eath :.dp; PitoPEssbK ��������� FARADY.-^The de^  mi&-?*^*W eminent electrician and analytical chemist, at the age of seventy-four, is announced by . telegraph from London. Dr.  Farady was originally a bookbinder, and\vas  essentially a self-taught man. It was owing  to his;researches and- experiments that late  tnuraph.in electricity and other branches of  science have been achieved. -Thenew system  ������L5^^eV"P^pbdonanatbe'":9nriflcafion  ���������of the.Thames; were, the result of Professor  Faraday's inquiries and reports. One of the  last of! the;Professor's works was -an assay on  the natural limit of.the age of man. in which  he advanced the theory that "by labor, study,  moderation and sobriety" the human life  could be prolonged to one hundred years.  THE TjNrDERSTGNED-be^s;t6 inform the miners and  residents in & around. Van Winkle that he will.in'fu-  : tare keep/an assorted 'a h.d :G0 OB STOCJEt on ban d, a rid  "hopes; by close attention to bhsincsSj and by se'lling  ���������.a.t;t0WERl.RATE3i-than.thereto fore,-to meet the ? pa-  tfonage of all.     ���������    ... ���������".-.-'  . Or:\ ers; from outlay! ri _; creeks accom pan i e d wi th th e  CASH,-will be forwarded With promptness and dis-  patch/':-...:..   -.Y-./\ .":;.���������-. _���������:���������/ y yy.,       ".'..' ������������������ 'V-.1;:'  ; ;   ; Aj^f- Terms CASH, without distinotion.    ' ' A  Ay-t^AAvA-A'_      '���������';.-���������... -'.",-.������ W. LTNDHARDl A  i.v ^LLANDAINE^iGOLLE^ORANOr  '.' AGENT, Governraen t Street, Victoria," V. L    lis  ^andYVICTORIA ;CHRONTCLE. ?������ .Orders' for ma fc  -ing eitlier^the Daily or. Weekly issues of tho aliove to  any par tof Europe,; the United S tft te's ��������� Cfinad a, lA ustra-  lia,: &c,,: left at'.tills"ofllce or;sent to Victoria will ������������������ be  ;attended to: ;���������..TE:R_FgJD'a'dvancoi^;:^FEBkLTr,= 12mos X  with Postage, $7;60 ;:.-;'6'mosi-;.dO^-;'$4" 75> BiiLT ���������':H  mos.v.do.., $23 ; 6nioi3;do., $12 50.      ;/ ���������-. A.A-������������������:���������������������������.. 7y  Vi-y\X i       SODA   CREEK. i   | fy  Al;GitEAT^^REDTJCTIONhas been made in -tneehWgei  -MX:: at' this.establishment;'so;as toisuit the times, y  Meals, $1; Beds, ,75 Cents. ,    '  ,  i.      *   ' McLEESEir SEKA7,"    ,  -' .   ;. -v-fri     ���������-   '������������������      '.-���������'  -v      Proprietors.i'"  .May 1st,  1887.    .       . "   -   -.,'..   :'VU A  A AX  -   -    .'., 'A 36 mile post/ - \ - - i     :,-���������-xy,  BETWEEN YALEA^  BLUE   TENT, V-���������''"  -    .    .r- OR ��������� '. -  i27-MIM  HOTJSE.  THE dKDEDSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  desirable property, is now Prep*rer{ to nocornmo-  ,flate the travelling: public;. The table is supplied with  the very best of viands. The bedrooms and be^s are  as comfortable as could be desired,, and the BAR contains nothing".but the. best brands of LIQUORS,and  CIGARS. ���������";���������  .    '_���������'",  A good stock of Grain and Hay 'alwavs on hftnd  ;Srd-May, 1867.   *; 3      '    .     W.WRIGHT.  OUR   COFFEE;  WE 'ARE- FOR WARDING   A  r  e:ach;^ittl5llS ���������������^ %io .^ehty^ve, pounds  WILSON & MURRAY,  Fort street, Victoria. ���������  TRAVELLERS wilt find every accomimodation at twi  1 Hotel.   Excellent Cooking,   GOOD' BEDS; _  STABLING FOR' HORSES. } "   "  TIMOTHY HAY aiid OATS at LQwest Rates;  ' A  X ^BOOTHROVD'BRd'S,  s    1-8   ���������.'���������'������������������     ,  ��������� y   ���������    :.-.    ..; , "    Proprietcrs.  te  1-s  . VICTOKIA: AOYERTISEMEN  JTS.  ,;"^raE?;!-Wth^ i: here's Zeke fretting  t������ao baoy���������maliihg hirii cry again."      ���������'  ^^���������'^en mother will give', hirh some  sugari VI] take it away, from hi oi : then he'll  eqnall���������and mother will give him some' more,  and yon can take that/ind then we'll both  nave some."- ������������������  Novel Verd7ct.���������A coroner's jury in Idaho  & tew days ago, summoned to hold an in-  s^e b,ody ������f a miner wh������ba* shot  de^e 1  " a Verdlct 0f " SuiGide ������ 6elf  CASAMAYOTJ be*?s leave to state that he  has.removed.his stock of Goods consisting of Gao-  CERrPs, ftd.-; from Wharf street to the Brick Bnilfiin^  on Yates s tree t, a d j oi n i ng Cowper's Boo t S tore, nnn<������  site Wells, Fargo & Co. "������ '    **#?.  He will sell his Goods by. Wholesale, at the lowest  rates, for cash.     : j  THOS. WILSON & GO.  IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH MERCH4DIZE  Wholesale and Rntnil, ������������������  DEALERS II BEY GOODS, &C.,:  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.   1-s  A. W, PI-PER,' ' ~  CO N F E C T ION ER,  Government Street, opposite the Thcatro  C^a^iS^  CEMLEN & PABKE, Prbpfietors. ^ ;tW;  p Junction of tho Cariboo and Big Bend; RoadB, is  how open for the accommodation of tli0 public*; Dis*  tance from.Clinton, 26 miles; from Savahas,Steaiaboat  Landing, 22 miles; from Spcoco's ;BrIdgo,' 30 miles.-  Travellers will nnd prices and acoomnibdations to miy  tho limes. Give them a call. f Stabling Hay. &-Grain f  attentive hostlers. Stages leave hero regularly for  valo, and Cariboo  ^    i 1-s  Free Port for Ever  THE UNDERSIGNED.  !'  liriLIJAM 55EIiKER;:.o*eftl*r in Drugs. Mkoi-  v t-  ois'Es a nd C f j E*nc,vr.S; Fan cv an d To i I e i Ar 1 i cl e ������  Sp^nsres, Brushes, Periumery, kc;   Physician?' Prescript! ons car o fu (ly com poo nd ed a nd orders ans w orod  with care aud dispatch..' Victoria, V. T. 1-s  A. BULER & 'CO.'S  fi'BTilA'9t Store.    LADIES' and GENTS CA^f OFF  \J Clothi ritr bough% and sold.   Seconclha'nd Watchc������?  Guns...Pistols, kc , for sale.   ; '  JS3T1 Government street opposite the Theatre,   I������  TB-TJllS; UNDERSIGNED. TAKE  pleasure in an-  ..   nouncmg to our numerous customers.and the  public, thai wo will supply them with the best Frevch  Lhathrk Boots (duty free) ever offered in H. C.  ������-At our old Stand. Government St., Victoria, VI  1,S ������������������'���������������������������-. -CHARITY ft. BUTLEK. ''-  J. C. BEEDY/  COMMISSION &   FORWARDING AGENT,  /ILL VAY  PARTICULAR   ATTRNTTOij  TO  BE  upr,*i comi^UrClmSlng'������r f0TVfUri>A*S Goods for'tho  Any com mission entrusted to his cafe, wiilferoive  prompt ntten Hon. \ IH  wUoferencw :���������W. A. .Mbachasj, B������ ������. Win^-ftW������ 4*.  Harper, J.J. Brainy. ' "D"w^ x'  Victoria, April, 1667, 4  THE TJNDERSIGNfeD   IS  "rfoW  PREPARED;TO  Atford evory accommodation to the travelling-public, and. bojjcs by a strict attention to businesp, ta  merit.a share of tho fjatrotiago. bestowed on the former  proprietors.   This is one of- the most comfortable ana  commodious Hotels on the road." containing as it does  .warm and well furnished bed rooms'with good beds.  The TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is possible to procure in the upper country.'   .The BAR is  stocked with the best of Liquors, andythe choicest  Cigars. ..���������-.';   ��������� . ,,_ ;���������������������������;������������������; ;���������"���������-,.:_..'.. ;;'��������� ���������������������������y"Ay  "������������������ ��������� A&'tiE&X&i'i-QK  Tbe stabling for Horses is all that could bo desired;:  and'the chargcsnro yer'V: moderate. Hoy for Horse*"!  per day, $2 J Oatsand Barley at the cheapest marKOf  rates. .        ��������� ' ' ���������- ������������������- ,sj ������������������  The undersigned has a largo quantity of OAT HSx,  on hand, for sale in largo or small quantities. ,���������  -  _ 1-s       A lt��������� io&h -PELLETiKRr^ps^ter^^  BOSTON   BAR  srf  nHIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open':for UW  i- veliera.   Tho Table is supplied as formerly J"  ���������  ���������  T  J- veil ers. Tho Table is supplied ua i������h������*w rtt.nt  tho best tho market affords, and the (looking: c������n9T  be excelled. The Bar is stocked with the fines*- w  <&<m and Ct^ina.   GOOJ> beds. ^^  WILLIAM CHARTBB������. <J.  3-s rropr?������tOT'

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