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I^iinlu.  ptP$J.-- '���������  and see  ;oVs;*Wor.,  Ac."; hud  Published,every Saturday by  ROBE R.'*?^^;5-Er0;:Wl^t^  Subscription,  ;-  SOCenSsperWe'efcl*  .^���������?  . ikEf-ifr:  l&v&"  BATES OP.'ADVERTISING.!;;.v'^..^-y  -;��������� ;o;.-> ?������y:^> ���������^^^^^.^'V^Hir^^xa^X^'^-" J,-J'  .For on etc. uaro.ron e 1 nchp. fl rat 1 nser I ion,  .    **\ ;.,   '���������*''���������; -\    one month,   -:  ?J*ortwosqciares^tlrstInsertion, .-���������'������������������- ';:'  ������  ���������       *k >     one month, .,;������������������ -   .   -  $3  r;*������������  ���������;' i;  , Quesnelmouth.-/'.   .; f |--/������  -   \ J3arnaVd?EiExpresf;  ' Sod a Creek;; ���������    v^*i^'. --  ^ Barnard'* Express  Cliiiion^  Barnard's Expres*  doi;% * * ,;do;  Pr'l  IK;  Ivlr ttdf  thorHi  prifpric-  r%r\  f      New Westminster, ���������;    -      4ohn Murray  Vict-iria^'-- ;.���������-    :-.-���������-;  l7      ���������;,  .lohn Colles  , .   , J.. :P. Fishery ,���������::',..���������,.   ���������;..".      San France  ���������B!i^k:CoXr       ,'   -       :      -       -      San:Francisco  43 Street,      -,    '-      .      30 Cornhili, London, BaV  CDF;  ->f\more- than ten -togorier' Our^ armies have  heen^ merer forlorn bones; ;our - generalship  mainly audacity, x>ur^secret of /success ���������; the  <mHUary������power.Hnnerenidn-,sup^  tion;   Five, hnndred men, one-fi fth of. themf  British'sailors^under a few;; piclced'officers,  '"}n'Sj*&������!^ YSUlAife*tfc; ^l^rfid tli������ ; Loosha?  fastnesses;^..have ''defeafe^^any'fbppOBitionr'ah'a'  baye c6mpelfedt|ie^hj^  (Of course'there mightlhaWrheen disaster^ajj  tniBrewa1iTtrBootari|;p^  bower in India is that we should.be ready to  ,;*';i P&P&PV:^Pi;P������r -p^P:'^yp;  ;;':'  r i sk? th a t, th a t ��������� we.. sb o ul d n o t, i n vo u r eage r n ess  to avoidtremoterfiossibilities of ���������ifailur&iStir-f  'den '������������������'bur* Treasury .'"till -the massed of ouiet  *���������-.* -,'y;y;^- ������. ���������;.,-������������������-,;���������.   -��������������������������� /:-. . .y ^.^    ... .,  -W  JSGARlBOOiSENTINEL:  ���������urdfl. Circulars, Posters and Programmes foii  Balls and Tbeatncal Entertainmehis   -  ���������  ;��������� ��������� .':v.."-r i.^-,-.:/i-?v;--:"p-^ ^;;i-'^^':";./^^^^7^';'^-v^'-���������*������������������  jHBT*Efecutedwith neathessanddispatch. -^  1 . Terms moderate.  phants and * its engineers;1 its long roads; cut  through '''in������gle;.;iti^  plete stafT, will-cost ������750,00u at-leapt,  t?n  r,imes the.sum it wouldrhave Jcost to turn the  nhes into a most useful frontier police,   A  million does not signify very much in Jndiaj  ���������thou ph; af ter \ a 11 j t represen ts ji fourpemiy^  '<ii<Hi->  "' N0Wai-IS. "ITJUR.,,TrMK.^-fapKB.THIIva vVNKW;.-rr,  Th tei first false,'jeetli' ever "se't''iq7^\ ca'nite'; i n  CaHboB canbe;^hi^  -BarkeryHle. It is the latest style df wearing  itttse, teetb^and; is vety *a8y!and comlbrtable,  arid ea cheap'-that it'is^,withinIfcereach*of  all; ;Parties .cati Jip.w':.l?e^ accommodated!;in  Vill Id ranches W'- Deiii tistry * n p" to-the 1.0 Hi- day  of AprilJ nextr at Victoria prices;' 'Then'  L go oil-bye oidlCariHoo.^ ���������.%*. 1;'. ; , ���������'' ���������' ������t������?  >4All' person BJndebted!; wjll-please-settleitheir  accoup^aLonce-.tosave ^ostsv^and^any-ohe  having"Jji^s^ag^ns^^heEynderiigned will  pleast:lfand.lbW in for payment   / "    '  '   '      D, SiddIzl; Dentist;   '  ^   ��������� 'jpJPP' ''yPllJ������^y^������^P Ti i"  ������������������.���������������������������>'p.-^-.V ���������������������.���������.<:>���������*.;:���������*.".���������*    -!-^ .������������������. i ���������>!-..-;-?'y~. .���������.".��������������������������� ,���������.;:,-'���������������������������'���������: ;,.���������    V"'    '���������'���������.   !v<v:1,':  r   ���������' >   v'^'   '     L     fed     ^-fes      T    ,>  Exprem,  carrying���������.:,Passengers, Letters and  Express^ Freight*j.;from^arkervil 1 e' and Richf  'vv.������������������������������������ ���������: HOTELS',- RESTAIIRANTS.-&C. ���������' p ; -  33E  9  r-..,v. :W.; -^.;.;; *i^..*;:?;;- H :r - /';.:-.;,    ' ^%r^\,r. %  il^mp'j... '^ohpiy ?Kr������ '*\->������������������.'������������������**$ :<.:,ti ,it-5-4:-".?<^i11"^X,  H-r-,���������.,.;*,::���������-. nihii'' .^j '.'rippy bpp\ -*Pr>py *ypy^. ,'  n  ;i^^L ' d'Vltf^M^S^:$t������lP  ''������������������'������������������ w ,V>  ;::'f.,H'f  .-'"' :vTn'  ,   ,-'���������  ��������� ^jtjfZ  ,   ' ���������.      '  " !���������        ���������  ������������������'-{���������  Slf'1  V'-. '4  - ; i  ��������� ::k'i  'a i7"-'f ' ' ���������   '? ��������� ' .l  ''���������   '*f :, '*.   '   r.'1'"' '     '' ' " ���������"'<��������� ���������' r'1, ���������   1v ' ,:      "  ���������'*.''    *"}���������}:���������' '.*  \ 11 "'J 'J-'-f-:: '"'^' !��������� 3)���������''"'!" <������������������:' v  i ' i'^'f ''i^'".'.t'vrJ-r:jX\t'^:.:;vr:f'1T;.j>H^*i ���������."n-J-f^j",--?;.-",-  Beg, toi inform their friends >nd'; tho 'public' tKsttllisy ���������  h"%ye. tab en tlie;'(.wcell; known ���������pr.timiscs|in hSarkerriU������  -jiigi'-the-flrs^nientiioned places.at ,8i a.m. ana  the latter at 2i. p.rrj.;,, Mr;/;Wilmot. hopes by  making .regular trips, charging moderate  rates, and, careful, dliving,, to ,merit"a fair  share .of.the publJC'pnfcronage, >-.},   i   '..',-  :������r:  &:~:i.  w--  THE liBsftM EXr^DraON.  w   fe'������plilSK;;"S   Mis? ^  ; .,.:, w^,:^snnojf^sayi;-.we recerve^the" telegrams  :*b>nit British������Hiiciess a^ain?tt the' Looshaie  with any kind;r;t  pleasure". '^We; do".rioft ihl  1 ftod;' ������ympfi>Kjse with.tli^sentimen"tal "objec-  1if>n<a rafired ?ri;Some^ia^  lor we rely on'thei evidence;and the evidence i\l?%V V   -f.u\       - '^" -���������   " V ^  u   .   ,; ~V-"*V ' V iii *  ^? -       ; "^      ^    ;,. ruling India is that no-rebelordnvader-&v  ������������������enowR umt  I he -tribes of mountain ..savages > ;    -   r:''^-.;?q. ��������� v'fc ���������"'���������-   -������-^^->'      ^    ii-  ,      ..^j  tf    j  .'���������     -.       \  _    ,     ���������-   , " seems   to -calculate ���������-probabilities  at   all.  deed. It ia the policy of militarism; the policy^  of men who so, l()ve theitv machine Jthat they  wouldlgild it if they conldoufc'of mere pridej  in its perfection^ who look; to military % effi =i  have been, cashiered fo ^fighting Assaye]in tlie  .teeth:of/suctf tnj?fitfid;risfe-;'' P.v)"deed, onr  victory acted as it might'do in Europe, and:  ��������� -p re ve n ted ^si m Mar o u t-bre a Ira- b j ���������; o- th er' -tribes,  "then certainly coul^l; bar'd'ly bej^ureh'asei',a  t(������o high a price. But-it is notorious that this  is not the ��������� case;a, - One special; difiicul tvoi  riilin<v Tn^??a  i������ thnt:   nm'rolifll.nt'Jiinofloi' ������tr/M*'  <he|r- ierri^^,^descend Jntb oilr^lainarcnt;  off rjnleipeopleV:M^  exn 1 ting.; Explanations may be ofljered oi the  practicei which reduce it^rpitude, but;it is  ^ivot one'ffljwhicht thef^victima cart be fairly  ��������� expected toiapprote, and; las they fare(our  subjects and pay  taxes for protection they  .the  des  mm  m usghaye it^tb(any necessary ejrieh^ :5|f  ^Ii^haU^nnoJ|be; cjoeroed,wjtnout tthe^  patch of irivadiiig columnB^ invading columns  must be despatched, without too much anxious  thought about tbe ultimate cost.   It may be  ^cruel to burn scores, but not more cruel ^han  todemand indemnities^and fbe savages have  It'always in their power to obtain pardon and  imniixnity^: IVnaV w^ri^ihteiniis thai the, ne-  cespitv; has hot been proved, that whilexthe  p.unisbme;ht of the Looshais may;be perfectly  ; j ������st, the met ho d of; pu n ish men t ad 6 pted is n  crucial instance of the milltaVy polley^'-rid'w-fii  t he ascend an t in f n d I a, a po Hoy. cer tii i nly ^ opposed jo 61} traditions, arid, as we belieyeVto  the best interests. of the Empire. It is a policy  of; risking nothing except money.   Instead of  assuming as the'Cardihal condition of action  th lit in Enropean;' bands a small force can  always beat a large one in native hands, that  po w, as j a I way a in I he p rev io us h istOry o f the  Empire, numbers mhtter nothing and " "geo���������������������������  graphical-'difficulties^;very 1 itile. we organise  an expeditibn as if it' expected to en counter  ���������equal opponents^ Lord Napier satisfies himself,by careful calculation of the force to  which /a|h\^lN|.mp^il^'a^V then demands  that, and obtains what he demands.   He ac:  tually sends* hgainsfc 'tribes of savages who  could by no possibility put 1000; men into  the fie Id In a ny b n e place a fqree a's great as  th at w i l h w h i ch We I lesley w on Assay e, leav-  3ng 12,000 disciplined enemies dead upon the  afield.   Every triumph weTliave won in India]  south of the;Su!^j hss beea Koh igajnitodda  described ,f������r convenience;;sake bv that one ������,.   ^  v    . y. ���������    ^ J.-". ,      .  iV.V        -        ,   j/ i        :   ���������   .^Throughout vthe^ mutinies, t regiments- con-  title,  unprovoked by-arjy'encroachments on    . *rjf*<~^:pyp^.y'}%- ���������������������������::���������* ^ . ^ . ���������'..'���������   ..  ii;-!. ^isi'-.J' i���������',j'j !_���������;-.*. ;    * *     ���������   . stantly exploded in situations; where, as it  appeared Jfco fpbli ticians^lunaticsr would; fci^e  kept qnlet,; ��������� iu;;tSe;?^yer:yf raidst ^ of;':superibr  forces.;or insfajfibns^a;thQUsanji---mH  ;!he1ppss'i^  jnsi(rrj&ti6n;lt^  a';;fp^tpjg^)s!n4e^  re>8pftiforrthelrrrisi ng; o n Jb n ejdd^iii3r.e^ t ban  anoth^l yet; the^^eWq^  a great campMmd been fofmed at Delhi, '150  ���������miles, off, when-we ��������� c^uld;. have j marched at  ihrea|^days?.:;;riptice}/:to oyerfchrow;a.kingdom:  ain d ^.iSfrep L tfieyfx were ?,as-icje'r-taj n^br bi e \ 6 y,eri?  whelnied by Superior p6wer;-as; if^ tliey;-hod;  ernmeht; which;to!erates'everytbihg^eiciap^  p 1 ay ing at!^ enieu fes^^mash ed tb e -Kpiokas-: iria  mom en t, killed. h al ip execu ted ��������� h al f;'.- the re-  raain^er.?and shut up tlie Kresiduum :for lifei  and; ^twoiild npt'jeel the least surprise jf  a riot o'er ban d of th e' same men b ro ke out at  .U'mrltsnr*a weejeafter. No coneeiyabie ex-  ten t of p re can t io a wo ti Id ��������� h a ve ave r ted th ������I  outbreak. Under no itnagihablu circumstances could we have been better prepared  to put it do wn. For. that especial p nrp b se  wo were stronger than even Lord Napier  would have deemed it necessary to bet and  yet the insu ri'ecHon occitrred. as insurrecti o ns  w i11 occur. atrui n sind- aga i n ��������� w h i Ie we reins io  i n Itid ia. ��������� Wt< cap no t pre,yen t th eni by m t li���������  ta ry pr eca ii ti on. All ��������� w e can d o is to c������111 i-  vate. careful ly. the .qualities which ��������� hi l her to  hay e ni a d e our ser vn ii ts resul y to stain p .p u t  sp arks in t lie ni a ga z\ no w ? i hoii t ten r, < i f the  conceivable explosion.���������[Loudon Spectator..'  :      ���������     ��������� MISCELTiANUQUS.'. ' ���������    ' '    .  .^   -I ,,       ;     -j-.       ,������������������!''     '_:."v .- j-'- ��������� :  snani  tJ^a* Send your ^Wlieot; alpng^hoys! j^" CH1?a?  ���������RATES!: -������S * ^tis|actjbn%U*rantcedi acd^no-icleli������y.  -  Soda Creekv March 5; 1S72.''.     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'- ���������-!'���������..  : '_:'[��������� 'J-'i   ���������.'.-:'<���������'���������!���������    1    '/  ypypy  ^v^^'Si^i^^  ���������>.'.". ;;'.'.*':���������:'-../��������� -'.'--v.'.j i-.������:."..:^  ,r    -.���������-'���������:���������. ^,.;.'.^; ..������������������'���������-' '.,������,.������������������-������������������.(  '���������V-V "V-.'".: ���������'.!..':'  ^J1'-";o!:;v''i'-:i'..'!.:::.v;-'-':;'.h  'M^M^ypypxp-:-.- -;^;'i" ^#^---^ * #$$ w ^S#jf;;;.;  r\f**������iV ?'":,:  p:pppgpyppppppppyp0ypp  '(������������������7-.:?'.--.-.-i;:*-.T.:..vV,'.:.:.."':'.---.-. ���������'  ���������RE prfpared vto;furnish Lumber .At ��������� their Mill?,  2i!  .William .Greek, or deliver,it- to-order. .. i>t i;,- !  ;*?:'v;*l������^^  LUAIBER .DEblVBRED ONllilGHXNJN^  CRgEK.;'"At-UTHB SA'MEiRATlSS AS ON  WiDLJ^ilREEKw.'-- ;->'���������''/S-' ";n>:"1;. ;:;  Sinsle-^Meals ^-v-i---"^  - ;V  ���������i,^v'j l:'-.-.vi-,vi;4������ii  ';>; ,���������  Lr^^  1 Having'a" Planing * Mabhl ne ;laj operation they JwlII  also furnish  pp Th������ CelehrateC  Afresh NareouND  y * yy  h?~'.':   'ComMmS:'.  i"Af3nperlor artlolo ^tot5ajfi^^hich^can btS!hW-rrnm*':h������-^----.'  km*, Koastediand, (ifouhd^on: the' premises%orri";tfc;^   "'  liest.selected. pcriics,; and syrurranted. 1 reo from at^ll  oration'/   ;���������;;";  'p..pp;';.:, .;'���������-',-".>..: \.y'y.u;,, W.p.^, ' .  tjal?;-   :/-   .      -'        '      ^X <J/GOOPSO������.T  at.sa.UsfaatosF ralcfl.  MS*  AVIKG   IHSPOSED  of  my   huslm'ss   at LAST  CHANCE to Mr ERNESTO SOPIUNIS, I tiike  this moans of thinking the public ftir.tlieir lKUrenagb,  and request the cu&timumcisor shine to my siice<jssi.������r  All parties -owing necnunt?-nra requcstiwi to piiy the  fiamw to Mr E. Sopranis with in. Thirty .Days from date. |  P. -LiXETTA.  Tmt Chafi^t, BfC, 22d March, 187?, m2������  ���������J./-ROBERTSGN  ORGS; TO "ANNOUNCE THAT8&.HAS OPpED.  AT STANLEY. -  - LIGHTNING GREEK:  Tho.Tahle will always he inpnlied Vith tho beat  articles that can bo s<)liu Can boo, and the Bar with  tho' -"Pl*':\\ ������������������' ���������....' ���������/,"���������. ),.;.'..  '������������������;'���������..", .;.'V.'  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'     ���������   .   ; 5������'  ���������'" ���������     -' .���������;.*,   ���������.��������� .   *.���������������  AS ON   &  EG TO ANNOUNCE THATiTHKY HAVE RCMOTK������ '  isus formerly-known n.4<th������ -.  15   to tho.*!|juclous promises Jormeri)  ^t.' 'George "Saloon,, iwhero. they vyill be a; u 11 tirn*i  prepared tor furnish    '  ������������������"..������������������:->-io'ar;d;;ind;^meals .  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  The   BAB       furnished; with' the flowt.WIKR*  tlQUOKS and CIGAils';  ;: .   .  i  JO  oamLyP4H '$&  J*?.* ftn  fU    *���������*������������������ "    1  ��������� mm  SATUltfdAV. APRIL 14$.yl*72.  ���������^HA^SGWING.  :*.!.":  to ^ptber'jjflace we ptijb%hta pro;claaiati<?n}  VdjbnQtlhg ��������� iTrow ;��������� tfee; ;Gj>Vftr������<>rfQe'neral 'of?  ���������Canada,; L&Siiisg^r, appoftiiling'and setting  *|������r;t "Monday next ������a a day of thanksgiving  'frhroitgnWt 'the^emiRm; to. Almighty :^od  ; ���������3for^tlift^/r^&rati6n';-to;.. health of hisyRoyal  321 |gb ������ PM'Clio J Prfece'; o f Wales';. aiIter/a ^o pg  -:n nd; peril ow 3tStie������8.; ; The; auaipicious event  "������������������ whichj itim ��������� <day J wi 11 . cbm'meinoraW ,is  ohe  ������win c li; w i fli lie bat led wi lb, j oy and gra ti in de  ;. ��������� ^re^^l^ogth ^Hnd; '^i^adtb; '^ UStf|BrUi8h!  ^Sftessiqhs.   Under the burning rays of an  .Indian suo, and among,tbe almost eternal  t no wa '��������� of this frigid cl irae, .will the song pf  igladiiosQ a&ceitd^deFOHt ���������thaiifcaafwfag that  ��������� t he heir apfawnt toy tI*,, IJhwjne-of the vast;  ; Dominion of Great -JBritairi'������������������������������������ima been saved  :from,an early^grave; : And how many ivSec-  ;t i ons; and rem in iscences will ih is sa me; ������v.en t  ^call foitfiSSS-weHtfw1 wortdj' t������ut'inore espe-  "dally ih those . parts where allegiance to the  ilJritish:Cro w ti. and siitoessiuti is etil! locked  'iipnn.itt'.aa.^ppi^ving.-'Eiffht' and not as a; by *  ^rthe s������<pet������tiiioa;.rf it-SeemecUbut^yesterday  . tWt the' name ot; his Royal Righli.e&s\:$as; i ii ���������  .^Hparabiy ico n ri ec ted .with ma ny sea n <1 als!- and  ciriuch derogatory Criticism.-"Every  cureless  -; or X m p roper,acto f,������b is >: \}te -j w as jraked ���������to .��������� the  ~ jCtVrlane i>y ^ Jioiti le*awl-%xjveiiiig^Pressv u ri ti I  Ti cl tht������se; rem b t������ p ar is -we afl in ost 4ega n to be ���������  :;.'���������!ieve tliat :01 d: Eupland; hadd iist| its.. tiobc-liou-  ��������� n rerf^evetwc^ '��������� for^^ 1$;^ aM-? was:.; fast  '-drifting intp^deipocrhc  ������Ktate::.ot;��������� > fee!i ng ^haa this un foreseen circiim:���������  - stance of the iEri nce?s j 11 ness-pi roy e4 4o: exi s 11  Alt ��������� IfasSifirtfedHh b* ; *B r it ieH'h'ear:"t all io yer''". tho  ; >yorld; to - ita, very ������co������% and has h ho wh I h e ex ���������  f Istence,f!niere of a f������nd of, Joy a! iy '��������� and attacb-  finent to thei Cro wn of; Eugiand wfuch ��������� is deep.  (iastiiig-."'jand- imperishable.;  Notwithstanding  all t)>erJate: de in oorat \g} (disp lays; do f-which ��������� a  ���������^ft������W^|m*(TOInaaSiJen.^treatitig-iMi-ii '������������������ is rnbst  :say sf a ct<>ry tiv know that, afferal ft ^ t bese osi  ; tejitations'exhibit Inns; ha ve b eiMr-^jere passiii g  ; the; p������ople; tliroiigh:tbe:1 enffth;ind breadth of  -the: British;^Ubininiqn, is :8till in the right place?  ;:To'ijbW^aJjl-rnice;^ai}d,;"'��������� HejrrApparept ;to:la  ������������������e^ise^for-atfmdhlgeririe jn^all^kihds"~ofvIi-  Kcense and i h a 11 sorIs' of :dissi pation;- but  ������p;w?days^espp^  -lipohas tivfi main reaadivfor leading a correct  Hifevand; any divergencei fibtn the straight  rpatbof .rectitude and virtue by such an ait-  ^jiist persWnage;js scan ned j wi th -jealossy/ and  ^s considered degrading'not only" to. 'Royalty  itself but to the people at large. Hence the  ���������display;-pf feeling^in "England at the mere  ;(F.\8T F*K!G������r: AND ^ASSKSGKJt T^KR.-^The  fii>|fe"tt������.am. ol jla'ripw.%: Fast FreigU^nnd Paa-  ������en ger Expr.esg .X������i n e arrived i n :- Hartee? vi lie  on Wednesday������<������renii^r, the. 10th i ist., gyring*  :!ug;; abpirt; 31)00 lbs; freight and two f>as9en-  fger^.)lias Annie MfSler ahtf.Wt89^.^ra.';;HiPr>  ;iiiiani^-;^w������fiser team' of, this lin'e is eypected  here on t?ie;;16t h inst. i We nre! reqtie^ted by  Mr Barlow to' tharfk' the citizens 'ofylJarker-  ��������� Vi 11 e for ifie hrrirty"reoep tion extehded t o li im  on his .first arrival "atnpng them. Afr Bail>w  i n t eh ds.: run ni ng t hree expresses ea c h month,  and hopes by strict at ten t ion to business: to  me*it a fttFr share of public; patronage/;; ��������� Q  ���������   Tax  Couxtt Court.^-Ih consequence -o  Mo ti d ay f. t he 15 tb i h e i.. ha vihg bee n ' d ec I a ret 1  a piiblic holiday, the'County Court to -have  ���������Heeh held on that dayV is postponed to VTuea*  flayyihe If^lh^yp pp ypp:-. PP  yyTHK-<?RAXi>r-Hakflr at the Antelope Rea-  taurant will takfi place* next Saturday.  PnfmoauKD:���������Parliament was progued on  tbe.ntti.;"1', /-._../ ;'t;;   ��������� ��������� "���������". ���������  BAnxAnn^.s Exrnttis, with the mails, is ex-  pecHed-to arrive ioMiiyi'PP.y* i !       ���������':.���������'y  ;^EW ^WraTfS^E'Sl^^1  .'���������--'.> ������-,:���������", "       - :   .' ���������>������'."���������   -'<,ry ��������� .'.';���������   ���������������������������*������������������     ��������� "���������    ���������:'..-'-.  ^e-^ sale, at Gre  NKW ADV'ERTJSEM ENTS.  AT TIIK  iA'N:T;EL;6l������;li!r-;;R;a:STl!uilANT  ��������� ���������'���������yp "Willipositively take place ''P'p ' ,  ;--.::'-';;'^--\-/;-At''halSp^ -yxpp^y.  Parties; o wh i t\^} c h ahces;" will-' .fi lease;  pay before; the Raffle takes place. A  yap!3  -no mattei'������������������'$$$. linfoutided, by that portion pf  the'rl^ress';;*wb>ehV-is::: denominated ii Eagland  ' RaclicalV" and "pa������t -of which aometitnes dis-  ^plays Republican sympathies; y       .  v  , 5*he; manifeatation of ��������� kindly.fef^lhg which  iliasVeen displayed by all elapses of people in  tho mother -country-Jo!-consequence of the  COLONIAL SKCRBTARY'S OFFICE,  p.: ���������.'..;���������..������������������;.��������� YICtORrA;;APRIL-.9;.1872y..> .  Ttie Li������utenant-Goirernor directe the, pub-  11 ea .tin h\ tor the i a To rmati on b f;; t h e people of  the fVoviitoe, ofv the fpl Iowing Proclamation  by His Ex^el I enc j the G*������ ver no r General, ap ��������� 1  pointing MONDAY .NEXT, the��������� 15tn inrt:;' as]  a day of General ,Thankagiring.   A\ I; Pii bHe  Offices wi 11 fherefore^be closed ;pnthat day i  / y.y^^^m^iinApppP- ���������������������������. ������p-\Ppph? ������������������������������������-.v  yxtr^ppp^  pp^^p'sppppp^  : y-y vi../>W:.:'������������������':CANADA'.-^kP^'U-- p) ',:  S, I. and ^Crashed Sugars, ���������   ..- r/;;: ��������� ��������� ��������� -%lp ; -il>-$. ,;���������.������.;- j. ^;������-y  ���������ongoti,;;IT.- S;aiid Basket Teas,; |J  GariMes, Goal Oil, Currants (tiiis .and Tmlk)^ ,  ?;; -,  Scotch OatmeaL Kails, Syrup, Cheese,        ^SS&^;  I. B. Boots, Bacon, Tobacco, Lard; Rice, ^Mackerel,  Soaps, Yeast' Powders, Salt, CranberHes,   ']   '  -rind a variety of QASE'GpODS.: , :;    A  ii Prices on all kinds  J^f^Sej|||' induced coiisid^rablj. ������  i  11 descriptions b^  m  LiSGAR;  fered lowv  yw >f:'i-'".^:;^!'- v ;.-: -;y;^'    ������������������ t---:-OTSE.-������w;V.Vv. '.'���������/.'.. ��������� .������������������  :'>---:t.y;:' y,.:y"���������;.--y>:';  x.  a  GH<)ICE;;I^  are guaranteed ;i cheap goods, i ;  <?;;  VICTORIA, by the grace of God, of tho  United "Kingdom of Great Britain  and  ���������p .Ireland. Queea, Defender of tbe Faith.  y...Jfec-vV-Ac,; ;vfec^:jtn whom these presents  tlcoTne^greOting":  ���������iohm a. Mcdonald,  VA tto r ti ey. 4?ener������!,  . P.. '<; -' Cwnada. ' .vV��������� p  Whereas U has graciously pleased Almighty  God in His irreat mercy to restore to health  m  Prince?s recovering fwni a painfuf and dan- 0,,T   hii<rve4  -Ron;;   ALBERT    EDWARD,  irerous'maladv%ii1'R(VrHIv:te'mlrfn'.^Hla*lM'T^������lh, 'PRINCE OF WALES, from'a erievon8 and  ^erqus malaViy^wilI surely, tendrib^dis^ei ihS  temporary clouds.'af|di^atwfee6on': wbicli had  arisen between.hirn and the people.   Both  ?|>ar I ies can: we 11 .afto rd U > s ay v -ie t-. by gnu es I  ���������be bygones ;"  aiidv;npw that; youth with all  :its follies is passing away, the British <nation  will-gla44y:-S!o!c its remembrance" Of> those  Ufraitt1ea^n^ti������ir^j6y--at the-rest oration^ to  'health of one whom they devoutly, and sin^  ��������� cerely wish may long live to be an honor to  -ldmself and'^a source of pride to the 'nation  ^v'er whom he ia at some future day in all  &uffian "probability destined to reign.  -#-<$-  -*������te-  -*r+-  Thb SyriiKMK CcuuT.-~We hear on reliab! ���������  authority.,thatsAl;vB. Begbie, ������>q.. <^f Justice of tire'fjiipreme'Court.wiii boon William  ^fJreek about the middle of June next. His  ifiorfiHhfp^wi!l first bo)<l ;an.: Assize here; and  tfem pm(*ed;tO; QmmtmtAti������r feposihVof  ���������*he business in.readiness for the Coiirt there;  his(Lordship will; return, aiid on liis way  ydown fwidanblherA^  ; of Septembe>r>' i(jl. ..   ,.,- .,  ;.._.; .., .���������,���������  :p;tyim$m^  ^ia;ia ex|]iect������d;td:^m  iii ftbout ^ri^v twelve d ays; The ^i ver abb ve  '#.tesi^  4ioatR are pvejmrm^ to leave for Omlrjeca.  ilufcgreaMlpeuUy isexperienced io -obftajn-  ���������iiig'crews.' ';������������������'.;,���������; ���������   ��������� y'p-":y-  pOutum;-** is reported that a man of tbe  ���������^meY);/(^n|eronAformerl^  ?j^Iyin Oimhecii.: 'An old ciilzeh of^FJarker-ii  jrilh-. Mi\ lletTJe, is said to be dangcroush ill  ^^.4%.fiamegpJa������������u-- ,_��������� .-.>���������- yp: -f ..���������.���������.-������������������  a grievous  perilous ulness; and whereas it is meet and  proper that our Canadian people should have  Idu* .oppantunity of offering * their humble  ftbanTisgrring to the Creator and .Preset ver-of.  ������H meii lot Iliai-Infinite goodriess?' Now know  ?ye,������nd we do hereby ������j>d with1 tbe advice  $������our-r&������y&:^  MONDAY, the Fifteenth, pay of April next  ;lierea!ter, be,set apart and ajipoink^d aa a day  of geheralTtianks^rlving fn.-A1ih!gl'ity God for  the restoration to health Of op,r Wloved son.  Of ail which our loving subjects and all  other*.whum. the������������e presents may concern-are  hereby r������f������uested.to take r*otice' and govern  tbemselvej* accordingly.  In testimony whereof we have caused these  pur Letters to'be marie Patent, ami the Gr^nt  Seal of Canada bereunta affixed. Witness our  right trusty and well beloved the Right Hon.  iTphn,^ro������Mvg&v, of lajs^ir arid Builliebor-  ou^h, of the Conn ty o f Ca van. Ireland, of the  Peerage of the United "Ktrigdornj of Great  Britain an#^peiaRifyandaBaronet.nine of our  most Honorable Privy Council, Knight Grand  Cross of onr most Ilptu/rable..,Order, of the  Bath <:Ku igli t Gran d Cross o f oil r most dis tin-  girished Order of Sairif Michael and Saint  (Jeorg^ifGovernor- GeneraFof Canada and  Governor and CommandeMri-Ch^ of the  Island af; Pwnce i?dwar<l.  'Given at our Government House  ;   in our City of; Ottawa, this First  Pay of March, in the year of  v ;���������.;.;.:::'.?..-./;   Onr Lonl .0?ie /Thousand Eight  y,'  ;,,:;.''.     ^Iti nd red  and   Seventy-two, : in  1 ;q   the .'35th year of bur reign;  ;' y     J������y tornmand, ; \ y '. ��������� :P~? ���������;  J; C' AIKINS. J5ecriBf-ary-of State. ;t  A Good lnve>stment;  p':  Fp^^AL^   -SS51  TH AT     F I It S "T - C LA SS  SALOON AND LODGING  HOUSE,  Situate in the most: central part of the town  of Barker vi I le, a nil fcup wu as tho  BA.RLDII SALOON. '.  Tho liousc contHjns n Barr^ai, Parlor, T������.������ii ttcil.  rooms, ihoa'i comiortttblj- runiisliufl; ami Kit chen.  .  Also, B;ir si nil Borrooin Klxiurc.s .-mil FiiriiltuW:  Par 1 nr Furniture, Bails, BM\ugpjml lictl-ro^m Fur-  niliirv,_&c.������y y.  .  ���������     .....' ,.'������������������������'  Thy iibove comprises, Tablts, cimirs. (il ts^os. Dock ii mts, Carpets- rlM.-class 1'nlu  jjo'fls. MitUress.-s,:  iBUnk'uts,-- SlieoiSj; Pillows,  MIluw: Oust*, Crtickcrv, ;  an I rvery ciuvenkuca apportalKiug.to a Saloon and  Lo������ij?inj( House. ��������� ���������  '  ; -y������r' farilter partioulars,: ftppljf at the  Skxtixki.  'Ollic?:, ur on Cue premiS's tf������    * "^  S. P. PARK BR, Proprietor.  il������* All p������rtie3 ihdchtH i������ tii'o untlrrslKned are ro.  qih'Stiitl to .call ...anil settle tl.iclr bills before the Is ty  ony cf  iStty. next ;  an J nil jjc; mmx having .clatais  n������alnst<liim aru reqtiesttal to present the sumo iniimj.  All t\(Atf# remaining unpaid lifter 1st of May will  e pia colli u the. ban������'ls"uf. an Attornov for collection  mm W&mm  To the Shareholders of  Lightning Greek; above  the Canyon, above Van  Winkle, and between the  ���������two Canyons; Y':  be pi  Barkerville; March 20,1872.  ������. P. PARSER.  it  pRESCnirTrONS AND RECIPE5; FILLED.  OFFICINAL PKEPARATIONS,  ,   STATION ER t AND PEliFUM EftYp  LATENT & FilOPRlETARV  jyEOioiNES,  -p-  Teeth Extracted without  ���������;;������������������':/'.:" :Pai2i":;���������.:."  tip the ..a Id or Rich������rdsoii'������ Ppr������y Apm mi us.: Fi 11 i nz  mm ������m i%Am*lgjn4 iiwitl pemuai. ���������  <. The Gold Commissioner of the District  bavintr rece.Jv.ecl a Ptftition from the Miners  on Lightning Civek,asking bim to make some  Rpgulatjous w5ith; refei'^uce '��������� to,.tbe l)\iajujijg_  of HeadliigH in the Greeki  *��������� It is 'hereby nnlereil that the headings  l* from tbe different claimsabove the Unify on,  ** above VanVVinkle, as well as thoae betweea  <* th e'. two CunyouH. 8 li a 11 h u L b e ? d iiiti ped i nto  " the Channel of tiieUreelv. but murtthe plactsd  i���������\ti such spots jhafc ihe high water wi 11 not  '���������wash them away into the Channel, or i(.t(������i  i( ia irn practicabI������* froin tho narrowness of f!w ���������  '���������f body of the Creek, that they shall be secured;  ** by.* substantial cribbing, as it is niost esr  "* * se tat i al  that I ii e pre 11 e ra l Oh an n el  of, tbtj  ���������'Cn'ok  should1 not bo  unnecessarily oby  ** struct iid during tlie freshets.  Given under my hand and seal a  Richfield, this 2M March, 1872/    "   Ty-y (SignedV      H..M;:I3ALUy:  np6 4*}'   : Gold Commiasioner..  1>������. CHtPiV  ���������njhfl fon  'NARKERnrX-B.-  r;*  rpHB;CO PART X KRSHIP lie'ritaforo existing ftrfirccii  .1 K<l wa r������ I; J tearstni, -Jn i a us;Pea rson. ��������� '*������ n < 1 WI 11 la ra  Krt3(lrrjc!> Crossly hiw tliij iluy boon dia.solytfd ,!������>' aiu*  ttwl'coii.inu. -���������"���������������������������  '"������������������-,-   ���������'������������������.���������  The Uu^iuegs will boparrlnr.l on Uv E<lwar'l Pear������j������n  ������na'./fimt.'������ P������!.ir.sf������a, who will \my all Hahiiai������������.<;f; B*.-  latc llrtii atui c>llect ������II iititstunatug MCconnw?v; -L-    ���������;.-.;  HtfigtieilK ������������������'-.. .14I)\VARi>"PKARfiiONV!:-    ;  '��������� .rA.s.. pkauson*. v���������? yj/.y-  ;WimAMVfCK05SiAy  ;.  IVirkorrlll*.'.WarwU Ifltii, '1872..' "���������.-���������', ���������-   -V;'- & 'V ."-i-.V/*1  tli i nws���������W.'' R '* h ji i *.  ' :,J>  msr  m  H  ���������  ���������  iff  p  gig  ���������  R  B  li SATUltDAY'AI'ItIL 13,1872.  SPA1'  y  Rffig  m&  a..  1'  se  ; THEJATEST KEWS.  ,  ';'::;q .i/' ..QUESNELv-, ���������"..;-; y y  ' QitesncL'Aprii 12-^MessrB. Pool and Clark,  wltfi arrived Iroih Omineca. last Saturday,  -confirm SylveBtcr'a'report of a rich strikti  mi Slate Creek: The:cQld. had been so severe  iiii winter���������the; piound .beiPP ^ to tt  -depth of 8 fecti-rthat Ui stopped all prospeet-  1 ng. Before they left, however, the weather  had moderate'd, and we'inar look lor more  ������nmple news by T*xt express.  Several paiilea of men have left hereby  the trail.   Two *boals with Cbinnnwnleft yes-  ; ifvrday ; the rest arc expected to aiart in ������ or  10 duys. . .....      ���������   .  ^The^pteamer Victoria is still frozen ia at  Alexandria.. I he river being fulljjof ice there  lor some miles,  SODAGREEK.  Soda Creek. April 12���������)larnar<Ts Express^  with the' lii ail and six passengers, left for  William Creek tills morn ing \ and *vill go  -through to Qiiesnel and reach Barkerville tomorrow. . y : ��������� ���������':.;;���������..'. ..;'���������  .,    ..   ,,:.:.-"y .. i '; YALE.-::-}/:.;���������;/; ypfn  : Yale, April 12���������The Onward arrived at 11  ra.ui. yesterday with UQ Ion* freight and 20  ijmssenirers. She will make semi-weekly trip*  nelurnirig next Sunday with the Eastern mull  .Jor Williams creek.  ,/-���������; y\ 'r: v.;V&OTiitiA:.V.:J .;-; ������������������'��������� ���������  Victoria. April 11th���������The steamer Prfoco  Alfred arrived at 7* ;o*clock p^m. yesterday,  ���������taking the following amount of treasure:���������  Bank b! Britis. Columbia $28,286 20-'Bank  <ol British North America, $27,065 92.   y  There was a slight fall of suow about 12  ���������o'clock last night.   -  A letter recfived ip town from Ottawa  ^tiites that stands of arms, with other military  /���������i'ttuiptiM'nifi.' iire to be sent out for the. purpose pi placing the; Province on a proper  military fooling.  V icti iria, Apri 112��������� The Parliament of the  Province, wms yesterday prorogued until the  32iIt Jmie.:nott>en.to?rneet for $bei diapatcn  -of businepsy"F^rb\vjrig is 1* "{"������������������[���������_ f y-:   y  rur/i.VKiiTisxANTGOTKnKOR's ppbkcit;    ;v  M r Spen lier ai id 'Gentlemen of the Legislative AsSfiinMy:^-The dispatch of public bus-  inesH now vuables me to release you from  In rther at ten da ute "i a*', ih is Assein bly. I de-  aire to express my acknowledgments for lb#  careful attention" which you have bestowed  *���������' oii the; several .mensnres submitted; for yonr  -consideration/arid 1 am persuaded that those  tu which 1 have assented will contribute to  promote the best interests .of 'the Province.  I thank you for the supplies granted for  the Estimates for the year, and feel confident  thai the appropriations made by you in aid  ol public works will greatly conduce to the  advancement ol the general interests of the  Province.  r At the opening of the session I adverted to  the fact Uhat;;������ritls1i CJolwmbm liad-sought  legislative suecesain tbe adoption of a single  Chamber, and remiuded you that your ie-  ���������sponsibUity was thus proportionately increased. It is therefore with very great  pleasure that I now congratulate von on the  wisdom and prudence which have guided  your deliberations, and which afford the best  assurance' that. "umTef"our new"Constittition"  the utmost expectations of our people will be  realized.  When the speech had been delivered, tbe  11 o a. J{ ������n > vm ei ml ���������'Secretary rose and a r i nmmc-  eu that it was his Honors pleasure and will  lo prorogue the Legislature until the 12th of  June next.   His Honor then retired.  The weather is cold and stormy���������rain and  hail. Advices from the Sound report that  snow has fallen there, injuring fruit Irees and  til o Wei's,  Tty f������..^parture^f MnJ&rly's parry Jis again  ^postponed until Tuesday next.  EUROPEAN.  '"-'"''"MIXING 1NTELL1C KXO&'   ' '  WII.UAM CIWCKK;"   y  The BaUarat co. puicl:'!)3ok* last week. The  1 Caribou is paying expenses. ��������� p *'���������;      ���������'.; ;; ) ;  1 ' TUB MEADOWS,  The Lane & Kurtz co. are finding the rock  softer ih the drive and are ninking better progress. The drive is eight feet square at its  j unci ion with the shaft,-and is Jbejng solidly  ti i n bereft !'t h ro ugh. T bey wi 11 lie I ii ab ou 115  feet to-day.  =   UIWHKICCUKKK.  The Victoria co. washed, up 30 oz. last  week.   The Brown co. is paying expenses.  OUOUSK UHKKK.  The Talisman co, is paying a little over  e.X|>euses.���������Tire. Liidy of.-thet Lake co. is pre:  ���������paring"to put ujj nmolfiisery,' getting' lumber  sawn, ifcc.  VhKXCll CKKKK.  The Ambrose co. is still running ahead.;  yllAKVKy CltKBK.,.. .',  Tlie Minhehaiuvca. is reported as looking  well.^The Cummings co.have iaeqied notices  for tend ers for a 1 \ \ in be r co 11' t r ac i.. The M au i-  toba, New Dominion, Lome. Foster and Black  Iia-wk- co; are -all g^ttiog^eut iiiinber..;;      .L ���������  ;���������    AMADOlt CKfiKK^ -Py.pp,  The Taylor co. find that they are not in the  deepest ground, and are now drifting;for the  'deep'ground.'   -���������-���������.���������. ';'���������/'.     '/ ".'"'-,  --, ���������.���������> ..������ I'lUirTNJNGCUKKK. ";   P'-'P.y yp  '"'���������' Tlie Ross co. tonk ia11 30i 'oz. 1 ast week,  nnd on Monday obtained <j������- oy,. to the pAU.  There is every appearance of the ground con-  tin ii i ng oc!i ���������Mr Wattie Urquhart is r.eported  to have cashed up 24 oz; last week; iii the old  Great R-asteni.���������The Lightning xo. washed  up 4 6 3 ������z" I as t .week; .they h a y.������ ah outworked  out the;iower jmrlion of 'iiii*i ground���������;���������Th������  South Wales coJhave qtiit working their digr  gings and comimmced building machinery.���������  The Spimcc co.;are sinking, a small..shaft to  tlie level oi tli.e!r 0rain : will.*K)t commence  Wurk in <the diggings until after freshet.���������The  Point co: commenced running their wheel  and toad the 'shaft half piimped out when they  were obliged *'������ $ijspe!id���������iri^c������nsequence of  the frost 'stopping.the supply ft? water, thus  ���������pre ven t i irg ! bera work i i ig t heir ������m a cl������ n e ry,.~  The Van Winkle co. is niaking favorable progress wtth-'tbe drain.���������The Vancouver co. will  ���������commencei work as.soon a^ water increases.  The Clark and Costello are pumping, and  have not sufficient water to hoist the dirt.���������  The Eleven of England have broke through  the bed rock &��������� the top of the drive, and  When they broke through found a piece of  gold weighing $4 37; They are now bringing  up the grade inthe. dri It which they had pre:  viously lost. This prospect iu this, claim  speaks well for a continuous-run of gold on  this creek, it 'being the lowest working claim J  on Lightning creek.  The Snow don pco. :are sli II drifting ahead  and get a little gora In the gravel';  JACK iW CUIIW OltKKK.  March   15 ���������Recorded   in; favor of; First  Chance co.. 150 inches of waU������r,  to,be take j  troui Jack of Clubs .creek.; Re-record.  ^MarchjlS^Jrtnies  Ti ii da 11. A. II. Richards, oneYu 11 i merest each;  p. Chisholni arid J. Ilamilttm. one half of one  in te re? t ea c b'���������: Ui t\ ie ;V ic u ilia col'. I te-recor.d.  ;.; M arc h 11������ TS lep h e n T i iigl t *y, n ilie. f ii 11 in ter-  est iii the Victoria co., lately abandoned by  .WiS.-Loutle'tt.. . .;:y :'.:.:. :.'���������. ..PppP'P <  ;;March 19 ^JoinuMcAHsler. Dan.' Carey.-.'i.W?:  'jeffajta,, (leorge,: Hick I������ry, ��������� Joh \\PSt*ivenaon:,  ;j ii\) if' M c U6 u al d, D ri n ca n *i! c t>enn iii .each one  lull i ate rent in the W'ofidsido co. y  ���������  V - ^  March 21--Joscfih WateiSlone interest.and  ���������^t 'Sleele, ouc: - hnl f! ot : one iuterest ' in ' the  ���������Woodsidtj cp. ;;Reiredord.- ��������� y   li,?:  ,     .��������� .    .  ANTUvR CltKKK. '.';.;  March ?}$���������'Jcilm/Da-vM. Gomer John,.John.  Evans. John T-, Kdwards..f W. R.:Jones, and  John Lifiinley,' six . creek ei������ijnii<. cohifuencing  a 11 he 11 j> per I i m ��������� o f; th e; Kiire ka vc o. a n cl; run -  ui ng u j> stfean'i^<50d feet. To! form -part ol  Knrekaco. ;/.',..' ." ',. y..'..���������'.[..'y: -,,yyp.i  . March -.'2!���������Tims.. Li .llriggs., John Rees.  Row land Ko w I ands.. aii d AV i 11 j nnr I tees... f nu r  creek claims cniunienciinj at, the lower tine  of; the Thdor eo.V arid ''rVinnin^ down'Stream.  4t)0' feet," ^To"form'part ^f Ti'iilor^co.1--' ���������''  ��������������������������� -.���������:;:'. /���������i.i.v^y y    ' -; xyy*y ���������'':"*". . ^yr/H'-.-'.  W':y';������������������'.,;; :polro\i couiti. p-���������-::. U;\ y i  lBefnr* 2. ;M. BAit,: E^q., ;.SUj)vn(liury ,Magl������t������te, 1  .MINING RECORDS/  March-lfi-TR^orded in favor of W. Stephenson, in trust for tho Mcpherson co., a  ditch known as the old-Raby eo/sdilch,situate about 1200 feet above Cameron ton. ���������  March *1S-^ Recorded in favor of A ngeio  PeudolsTind William Galley, each one interest and*a half in the Sunflower co. R<������ record;  April 8���������Recorded in lav^r of William Stephenson, James Doyce and !W. Tralese, each  oae "full interest in the McPherson co. Re-  record.  jv MOSQUITO. .CnCKK.  April"!���������Reeorofed *n~ Tavor~aT JosepFF:  Pascoe, John Bray, William. Bennett. Wifiiam  Nichols, Francis M^ove, live creek claims on:  Mosquito cre**ki commeticing near the lower'  line of the Big lead co. and running up  stream 51)0 feet; also, five hill claims adjoining the above creek claims, on west side, the  whole to be kiwwlists the Zealous co.  April 0���������Recorded in favor of Wm. J. Pen-  dray, one full interest in the Little Simula co.  Re-record.      -  April 8���������Recorded in lavor of M. Carolers,  A. M. Kmerson. Wm. Tucker, A. Sharp, T^ D.  Johnston, Johti^ McConniclcl M. Hilton. Jonathan N������'tt, James Wickhann W. l)runs2viil.G.  Qnwn.; is/fl xed for Wed nesday  next. The prisoner hasymnde no attempt to  obtainycoawsel. /It is fno\*iible the'-pm\ will  he postponed indeiinitf'ly, as the conviction  seems to befgaiR-Rig ground 1tiat he is insane.  A fight took pines at a meeting in Coik  which had been convened jo denounce tlie  Iniernationals. .'The opposite faction, after a  ���������jfleyere struggle,,remaiiu'd masters of the sHu-  ai ion. -deenl irig 'l ha i \% ra In:uivudWwi hi tsei^fet j  beoome.nsti'ul as.aiivsi.Mr ,4 4k F<miw. w~  ,sp������uiziUiun.  tiwo tnife-beiow the Shaip and���������<J.)i;apor co.?s  claims,in the deep shaft ground, in length;.  2000 feet, and having the tvhole width of the  creel;from hauk to batiik. To-be known ������s  tlie Cunningham co,  Fallen citKicK...     ...;..;.  March 18���������North America co.���������L. "Q*ayefcf  P. F. tWnroche. D'Ercole. and A.. Eiute, (onei  iivtereHfts in the Norlh America���������������������.   UeYeronl.1  March 3fl���������Alex,: A:i!anv*>ne full share .in iftatl  JS.tiflli Americ.q^#;   Bfii#m,&  '��������� ijt?Vy^yMpp :: '!��������� ��������� Satuiiday,-April.G. ���������;  ;. Low So wt a: Ch j n atin an. was . b.ro u gl 11 upon  a c ha vge of s I ea I i rig a p oc k'ej; b op k po n I ai uin g  $ 50 and. u p Wards i ro iu .the perso n \ 6IV, t h e p ro ���������;  Sec u t or, an o t her Chin am an i: ia ined , II aw Fee,  i������^Wa|jV)ngs?storevi:.^ .'.'-i.."....!':;';;  C;;.H aw Fee ��������� h ei ri g! s wo r n, ��������� sa id :���������f k n ow^Lp tt.  ^ow ;: on Sunday 'last;I gave the accused.n  hi 11. w hi ch 1 was fry in g; to coll ec t from;. h inV,  and��������� he premised to pity on Wednesdjay!;\ 11 aw  Ye e .ask e d in e to go to' Wa; Lo rig's1 store;;; \ 1  d id s. o, and saw. Lo w So w, Ah Fat, and' j I o w  ICo'wi-' comev i n; I then asked Lo.W. Sow for  irjio iiey.; he said he. h ad h o i n e ri ey;;, i then sai d  why.'do you*joke' with 'mc,. telling- me, such  stories ?; Low yqw. then slruck. ine' iu .the.eyes,  Aji Fat struek hie on (t he n6se,v and = 11 o w -Ko w  struck rn.e on the cheek ; at the same lime that  Lo w So<V;.strii;bk. uie he t ore. iny. clo thes Iand  snatched; my pocket .book;.-from my pocket;  the piu c^.'of '���������; cfjat; n o w p rod need is the. piece  joi*n from iny coat; T'sa w hi iii take tlie p6cliet  Cook frorn the pocket j. the,book was! uiedium  si zed: ami. dark co lo red $ t he, boo k' 11 a d v;$ f>3 in  cash,'some Chinese a^ccounts,\aiid . pwioil iii-  side ; soon as Low-Sow' took; tlie book he ran  'ou t o f the ho use;;' I tried ^ to chase lis m, but  the other two slopped me and tri**'d to strike  me ; the.bookkeeper, theii ititerfeced and took  'nielii I^VM^oid ; have uot seen pocket  book or money since. ... ,    ;;  Cio?3-examined.���������The money was all in  bills; th e re we re eigii t SI b i lis. tl ie b a 1 an ce  is. $ j 0 au d ��������� $5. bills..; w h at si 1 v er I had Av'as' i n:  my breeches- pocket; 1 didn't go and pray  for the dead that, day : had been at no. feast  that day and had dniuk no w&isky ; afier 1  was struck I seized the tea pot and accident-  -.ally;scalded. Ah Cham. the. bookkeeper,; I  will swear I had the pocket book whenE went  into the store.  Ah Fook. v sworn, sa������il:���������On Wed n'esday  evening I was sitting in; Wa Long's store ;���������' 1  saw Haw Yee come in -first; alter wards Haw  Fee came in 111aw Fee went to ifejsbive and  Haw Yee"gave'him a cup of tea; in a few  mi nates more Lo w So w, A li Fa t and How  Kow came in 'together'-; Haw Fee asked Low  Sow for money, saying that the latter promised on'Sunday to pay on Wednesday ; Low  Sow'said be had notje-;..Haw. Feu.said, why  dontt y.ou uay_me< yowAok������_Avith,_t������o_; -.after  that 'there was quaiTelliug; Haw Fee called  him a liar, and l-/ow Sow struck him in the  eyas; Ah Fat si Rick him on. the nose and  How Sow on the jaw ; 1 saw at this time Low  Sow tear Haw Fee's clothes and take the  pocket book from his pocket: the book  showed itself; whoa Low Sow took the pocket  book he ran out of the house ; Haw Fee  chased him, fcr,t the others slopped him and  tried to strike 4mn ; I saw lire three. Low  Sow. Ah Fat -and How Kow strike him ; the  bookkeeper ������and. a;teamster stopped them ;  a t. fee ha me li in e T*o W Sow ran away ami t hese  men stopped him; Haw Fee seized tho tea-  pot. ������whea the .bookkeeper interfered f the tea  apilt and/the bookkeeper was scalded; the  bookkeeper "pushed' Haw Fee inside the store  and^ome Chinamen turned out, Ah Fat and  Mn w Kow ; ! have not seen the pocket book*  sfcs^e. ��������� . /'":���������; .^.>*   :  Ah: Chung, sworn, said :���������i was at Wa  Long's store on Wednesday night: Haw Fee  was there, Low Sow also ; I saw them quarrel 1 i n g; I sa w L o w S������ j w. si rite a. -11 a w Fee i n  the eyes ; Ah Fat aiid: 11 ow ICow also struck  ���������him ; ho was bleeding at the nose ; 1 saw Low  Sow -tear Haw Ki*eV clethes ami try to-hit  him iigni u ; h������ t o ok' his p oo ke t bo ok an d f a n  out:' flaw Fi5t- tried to chase'hi m, and the  'ftibV'ivuvu'i AkFat ami llow .Ko.w., stoppeil  him and it ied io' strike him ;  j sawllaw Fee  ther. luild up ihe teapm ; ^tfie Biwiiki^p^  tried to stop the fi^hUng-a'tidig^t'tlcttlded 'with'  the tea. ���������    ' ':���������'���������  y-��������������������������� ���������;-���������; ' 'r''y.y'-y:y-"  Mr Park, forHhe vdefente/ stated 'that hi  would prrive thatyrilmvVplnihtitTs witnesses  were notthere .hfcalK'jf Her^rsom? disotisfsion  arose, jbetweeii ^cr)iini������iff: liftd^ the Magistrate  slaliwi t hat he fe.lt boiuid to; coinmit tbe nc-  eused on - the ������yidence+ * * Iready i before. the  Court.^ir Park ileclined to'exaiutnewiinessea,  reserving his defence. ;  Messrs. Harnstonland' Davie for the prose-"  cution;;-!^^  Low Sow.; All Fit and How Kow''Were' then  charged with aVsuiilUng;  occasion. .Messrs.- Harnstori Mini I)i vie 'then  offered, subject to thesutiction'qf the; Court,  to.agreonpon.afiae.'of,$32\50 in this case.  This offer tiu'yretus^/contraiyto.tDa advice  of their own counsel. ��������� ^/ipyyp'-p- >}:'r:'p'  ��������� ��������� A 'eomplaint was then'$ lodgeiV against PK\i.  Fat; n n d, A:h Ko w. f or. aid i i iga nd ab eft ing Ii������ w>  Sow iu .the robbery."on:��������������������������� which a.warrant is-  ftuerl against 'theio, The accused WreJedged  in jail," nnd their examihattori was fixed for  Monday, 8th iniit.y    . f  ./��������� i     ...-.j.:",i (>'��������� ���������H.J...S:-"- "; ������.nN������Avf.Aprili8.  y Ah Fat ann.How)(Kow were chiargcil: .w,ith  ai d i rig an il a be tt i ng Low JSo.Wv, i n Ih e, ro^ji e>y  prev io iisly 'in ���������������:n li6he<I,*. siiciir roijifiery * beiiig  accom pW hied wi th" ac ts^violonce?''^^''������? >  Tlie same evidencefWas'ttivun on behalf of  the pi'vsecutioii in 1 his case as iii the preyibus ���������  one. ^Go'ViriVet.^jir'^)ie~ deience /deciining, to  examine WitnesseSj- the if Prisoners were' jcoiii-V  miitediforJrial^,;^.y ���������,y(,i,^.v^ ii^p^py '  ,,,( Messrs;,Barnston;and'.;T>ayre; appeared.:Toc  Ilie^jp#roaecuiien(^nd iirl*arjc for;tlie;de(jence.  WiLLtl>lS CREEK'^iuW^M^6^^  :';pp;. PRESENTATION OFW&tZffi1?���������>-.;.]  p0n ;Wedne^ay^lhe.;10th in8t^.Hhe?;exainiu-  atiou of lb^sciioUrs/0D-;.the abr^-e school,\v.hs:  cohclud ed :;;Tliere',wer;e..pVesen t .^(esiirK^Toiid,;  Pearsoiic Morris and; - HitchCock. i'nembers ;of  tiie-Sch������o! ��������� Board.j::'A rriohgsf t li<������: ��������� visttora::xvo i  (disevved Mrs. Vignolo; XIis. VahVu 1 kenbiirir,  H.. M. Ball.v Eaq ,:Rev^-Mr HalhMMessrsv^M.  Wo 1 fe, Hay|soii,. H? ick ham,.,. Af im roe, \ Grn h-  b a ii rn, A liderson. arid b tlie rs, j u e sch obi .rooi n  being com for t ab ly; ft Med 1 Tb e re: were twelve  scholars present, who;were examined in jreaVl i  i n g. ari tb m etic, geograp lip and h isl ory fy h������V-  ipg;been;examined in the other bVan.ches;oij a  previous; occasloii;;' It i������tbiU just to .both  teacher arid sciiolafs^to state that; tfie examiir>  ation :��������� was iin1-every respect ereilHable;imd  satisfactory.. 1)^.;.;? p-^bpfp^PPPP^. '^tp.  ;, At the ~close of..' the. ;eianiihalioii\i\\\}sQhhi r���������;  niah of the poardl;:'J."H.;Ta������iil,r.E|!.q.v was cicl 1 t������il  11pon to present the various prizes.. ifrTorfd,  hi a neat and' pithy speech,: com j)Hmen ted tha  teacher. Mr Mundell, on the. jiroliciency attained by .the piipil.s nmh^r; his {charge">V) so  sh 6 r t a ti me. Mr T., o ri b'elial f "of t h e .Board.  expressed" his gratification at t he '.'perfect liar ���������  mony and friendship which existed between  teacher and scholars; to which he iu a.grekfc  measure attribuJed his success;; .   v   >,���������'���������  ���������, y    ��������� .   y,p    Fl!tST.Cr.A"SS.:; .y..-; ���������'.   ''  G. Vignplo, arithrnetic. writing, geography,  1st prize. S. Vig!iOip,rreadhig, grammar aijcl  history, 2d prize. . '        .. .rV,  py '������������������ ;' si-:com������ cus.i ;..  y-y. X ���������  1). Fiivell writing^ 1st priz;,C'' |)ilige'nce,  ariihmeiic, ami most iinprovett^ ������������������  J; W ini vi p;  W riling���������AI leu tJimoVou. Kead-  i ug���������Ed wa rd Cameron; v     : i; - iy h l.?. I  . ���������  ���������-���������':: TUIRO CLASS/ '.���������:������������������  ���������ly\'  : Good attend tnee. reading and aHthmetic���������  E. Michael. Improvement m;readlng\and. m  arithmetic, and best speller in small giiV  class���������Annie Cameron. Good behavior and  XtnproyeiiieUt in read trig���������Sarah Parker..:....:.  General progress���������Uose. VViimot and Liszie  Wilmot. , . y  In addition to the prizea furnished by. tlie  Hoard, tLe following parties furnished special  gift* :���������Mrs IL R. Brown, Mr M. Wolfe, Rev.  Mr Hall. Mr. B. Pearson.  After the presentation of the prizes, a few  appropriate remarks were mail* by Mr Todd,  IL M. Ball, Esq., and the Iter. MU.Iall, Tlin  proceedings then terminated;, the children  goi u g away wel I p I eased wi th their respec live,  rewards. ���������".. 'v . '      ' ���������'.'������������������'-..���������'������������������ -,y" ��������� :pyyp.y  Pfl&r- pmyhA TiiiM*,6,fiin)irTbsiTtv>iu..''  who wiyr to/Sayk-MosBY^Gi A. Noltemeuu-,  sel Is Boots aiiii Shoespof at I descri |Hionsi-:fnr  Men, LadN imd^Children;at;i^im  prices^almost:at:Sah Francisco rntes^/;IIis  own made-boots^Uvnyajoiilisnll^ RKPAmr^t;  neatly done.   LeutheiV S  Groceries at lowest possilde pricesy Heini'rr  ber; the Railroad; Boot; anil;Shoe ?tore,Jla������  kervilfo*- ;   '. y-  -��������� yPy'y ;'.*;> ���������'������������������>y' ,    '.' :  vDHySiimAU^ i)ENTJ^T,;^iJUn;n  kerville for IIhs:J������aer country'nivtil;iit������ou.t I'  VUr. iVf ;M������y Uext.in eon^equvhee. oi. feiji^ ;;;y  ii n ex pect?d am oil lit o f \i orl������ t o do; ������������������ V    '       >?������������������:+���������'       pM   <irr'    '*>^      *   <"'W   V.������Sfl    :���������!}.���������'.���������   *.1     -���������   1    ii;.,'   H\ ^Tjl  ,���������    ;.,.,jf;4       ,  v;.^WEDNE3D^,,Amim0^1872i  the Academy of Design, Ev&^Iical^AUIsaf-s;  |Nsw 5$orfc City. Coiirlcil., and -varipus other  deltlgatea/ The praeeesio55n te re d'itBe/cb ������ rch,  tbe coffin 3*1 rig bocti&yfph' the ebonlders of  ftur^inWri] .fo.l 16wed 4>y.fmourniDg relatives of  deceahsd/ : After; chanting 'nolemnMnMc, tb������  Rev; Mr Adams; proceeded to deliver, the  funeral  oration?  taking, as" his, Jext "Man  ^lS!GELLANEdU&;i''  ,'teamleffcyesterd syifll teruoo n, wi tulliss An n i e  f OMH 1 ar arid Misa Lilly Sckofenslierg.as passea  ������tdn;f M<������g������, .general Blxi Profess if Go rnellj-  Gyrus W. ���������Md, and Peter Cooper. Tiie pub-  1 ic offices Wd b<\ i\ dirign alp ng ��������� tlia^ ���������. rou te d w-  played fiwgs:athalf-mast, and .the 'telegraph  offices were drapod witH'moucning;;Pff P^->>)  it ������������������ San Fr^acisco. .April .6--Arrived--overland  thiaevoQJ&V &r A.<S. "JBatek-of British Golum-  biay.^--.v .v.y\yy,,:- .������������������-yy--',- ���������; ��������� ���������y -yyyy, .���������;���������;;;.yy. .������������������ .y * y.  i[i;; p ."    ,   ;EraOPEAN.;';,   '^    ,    /  Bonapartiflt -reaction 'ia   now. in    progress*  Itirniigbf)til'���������:;France^/��������� There J&������*$$$rr ab un-  MishalJhflux^  ���������Btior^Hni^ftnd ^  eided b-v the; revelations^ made iin  the libel  ���������.ii-'iir-fj:: yypyy  io������eMilifidtfs.f  '"'���������c, ���������;"������������������', f 'y':"__; OV-���������<- At/;JJ-5^>^> .y  f:'fyp::^^^-   '  p ;.':', -y ��������� ^ y=r*.  JAMES WIGKHArVi;;,  j. * ���������'./���������.    ;    Barkerville; '  Celebrated        - / ��������� y  E^fHfREi  SAUCE  V*V'rrl������eclnredbyOdnnoiaBcurVtoii������   *������ ��������� .*  tele for many.literary .disasters.       ,    ,  :". London, 4t!i��������� DlsriielLfn.a.apefeb at-Man*  cltfsler, referring to 'American ciifficu?^e*t  gr ow .1 n g out or* Al ab a ma j!ci'I ai m a, ^o male n ted  on the course of Gladstones' Minis! ry.1 admit;  iieig it wyist ia?possible for America'to .recede.  He tho11i?bt'Mifjiateriahincotnpetimey "wouId  be; sealed by; i he,n 1 ti State a ck n o w j ������rl irmen t of  K'.i'^-^ ���������.,������������������  OUR;/ENVELOPES s  ' '^'^feS^y Stamped> are-n'owYedi'iced* to*:'"'  rP,4 P-r ,'"- '���������;������������������������������������>:���������������������������? ..:':"fi"^-,.'< '-..���������'.'4 x-yypy.yp.  ��������� -"'.Our Agenis atway places use all diligence fn seeing  cure the genuine, is to'f     -   ' . /, v^  ASKj.FGR ;LE^ & PERBINS������> SAUCP  LAp^;i3T0iTKR;an(|Boras:: .  ^^Viy^^a^'  Kine ������ouA^ was cou^d id H fiy ^ tft fsrm^  is-iwvewinr . LoBion.-^i^Priuce'^ArtftiirViIr ihortlf  Jt .^*^.^^,be -promoted- to the rank of- Major,  and  will'  lOByhaving,been gb to India for- iwo years. ���������    ' - :  yy^y- y ���������--���������������������������������������������'���������<y- y<���������    s^mmnGawy-^uv norwmwr* y<'^p-ry'ym:y>-y .,  tt^_r-g���������irl'i'":������^"l"Yv-';;^1^^ ;';";:';''^���������^-���������'���������^;7 'J'^u '"���������  ��������� ���������  yictqrM, April S^tyhtofcu yertf the     7;r^~~rMfSCBfJlIwEO:USr^:_r?  i (- Prince Alfred. ' we fcavOifead one continuous ^-     '-     ���������>���������-     : .--^���������-.- . .   ,._:1  ������������ffi^ys:',;f;fes''S^  JUST-'RECEIVED'^  M-t'lr-Hlfff ������������������' ;y :;/;ty>,;y ^ v :;.;;yy; ?yy ���������; PPX *& W- Pa ��������� PP *&rP������ \ i:  (ry;weather.''-;  The Enterprise 'sails to-morrow 'mording:  . y ltstori a, . Appil..9 ���������The sleamsbip, Prince  ;Altred,arrived yesterday[afternoon, from San  ���������jrFr^ncisco andIsails/on Wednesday,?  v���������������>     ,"  /Mi' Moberly?a   party   leaves* on ^steamer  ."North Pacific on- Friday,������tbence oh foot" to  , {ForUaadv1 thence ^y>bo$it^  ;:^n(foO#t6^^  "' UNITED STATES/^  '���������' ;;' "  ; Ne^^rkjAspr  '-iprmeriv of this city, died yesterday'.,/ P^ p  , -President Grant -is in  this1 city to'see his  . -wife-and daughter prT. for Europe.;   \P        \  .,, The parade of coilore(L,cttizensjin celebra^  ; ^ion or^ranniy>?reary|of/Fifteenth Amendment  5to6kjpiace������to-daji'v-' The pro cession' numbered  '^bout 2,000. /, /;' ^ ";l  ^p   ^ '; .'"', \  lr iBmbamcfci^l^/;Ap^i;^/TThs!j;ailJd&I  ��������� ^bridga atTbppaa was bWnt this dayi It coat  /about $99,009.^'     ' ;   "  ' ; San ioB'e;'r4tli April-- Anbtlie^Blipt ah<>ok  'preartb^uakew^        at 4 this a.inv v ; ;  :;^Wv.^rk?f Aprils^  ;iate General: R.- Andoraon in this" city this  rmorning were of a yeity..'-imposing character.  / */f THftfupetat[pf Proff^ssbi* Morse took place  ^ti Piida'y mornlngl   :TN<? fail era i service Was  ;1ie|d;in Madison, Avenue Presbyterian cburcb,;  r<htid the remains:; interred: in Greenwood cem-  '..4������tery.-. ''���������.���������;���������';,;������������������';     ";.; ,;;  '. / :     ���������������������������".:^/^>4'/  ;NewYork, AprilS-r-A Brownsville, Texas,  dispatch says the Texan Rangers-are ptepar  jlng-.:;t.o.;��������� retniiate��������� tfor the recent capture of  cattle by Me^ieans on 'the Rio Grande; y;  Pp.: NewJiTorki yApril 5--Immen3eA n u libera  fathered; early ^lis.mbrning at Madisoii Pies-:  J������yterian Cbnrci������4o be present at the funeral  jp^ryices of Professor Morse.* A great many  iy_*tre.������in tfble to obfcai n stand ing room. Among  -*h^ dete^  ,ifi *n and staff; *icommittee from t br* Leg!ala-  ������������������Jurr^.ftirictors.pf^the Western Union Tele-  p$rw\)0k, New York and VNewfnnodland  l^iei^apb^oinpflniea, reprsire������tatires  from  '- ft&h  ~.l]f.\:-"Z'f.& X-*.i i.  Uim^l>yJwhiolUl^jIrf^t rnay^infr^a^^N i     ^  Ask for LEA & PSRRINS' Saucp'aViri c������.  teA'>t.���������&:*%<  ';.^ ��������� ;:.;;;i.I-;,'";v ���������;;-i >=.y-;k; "i; \ >r: ;t y::';.. 4:.-^i ���������:-" ,;.V, ���������;":;: ^'.'-.:' V, ?^y'>" ^ - /;; ^'"r ^i'^T14^ ;'i f ^i;!1 '^ :f);: '"-���������' -; ���������  Van TolkSnriifrj  ? point., on uie^orU); We ^Territory, where.; a -junction"  \Vifl  iPfffHei^d with     inn ni  >?.i,i' av siai iii^irom  ;tho RHhwfij-syshm to the" North, GisVp.Yis"5r On-'  iry>������y;,v  ���������::fyi^yi;;  |i|:r; j|^ ;yf i^'i, ^,/1>^^_;':i^.;;y.;; j' ^ ^^pp \ ppppp ��������� P^. y ;��������� ���������_  :^;: ^;;y-v^'i'y :y''-i:.';;' - ���������;;;-^^y'-:, '���������;;;'.' ^y-:^'':;-, ^; ^; :C;^; >: :;^f S^y;;^^ ^.l^t- ? > ��������� #>':^< .^ y;: ^ y:':-.._,:  PPmppyp Pp :Pp: My P'PPPPP pyyppPPP .���������'���������;���������  :p^PPp.ppp,ppi 1 pppPnpppP" p:pp������P'iB P '  ,.,.   j    ���������     ,    A large supply of.      t" ,        , , .,  )'r:Y.'-'S   j.'  '; *';' TiADIES' AND;'GENTLEMEN>S% ' ���������.-*' -  wp-\  ������������������������������������0-;<-  \-'t;h> ."  y������^^New-0oods will  be received every  week, during'the season. ^^ ^  .���������  ���������y y B"6aTir~&HGBS,'  /<-',������;���������  :m  "^  ;OF THE BEST^UAtlTY,  '���������: For sale at the Store of the' uncferslffnecl in Barker  ViIlejOppOsitetUe^hnkiorfiritiMhGolumlHaVy ^t ^  a*   i'"y-"y   ' :;;   '    ' p"'    .:  '  ��������� W. iRENNIB.f '  asttsiinl  BETTER lEAHCmiE.  f HAVfc been, requested by severa 1 re^nebtahle pa r-  l. ties, who catr testily to the efficacy ofihy system,  toagaUimakopuhlic theiact that;    ���������;���������*���������. .... >  ;;3^  ���������' Wiljli-lPREVRNT B'A^DUlSSS,   ���������'; ; -���������'.:'���������  y, 1: RESTOKR HAl.ft Tl 1 AT IS BECOX1INC? THIN:; !  .=, OR ;FA LLIKQ: OF F, an*! eifef. Iu -illy f.   ���������    . ���������'���������"  .; ,y;;^UUK SCURF OR.yJUJS'DHUFF..   y ./j  :. '.iThlS'ls not a; pi ere! aasertioa o'ri; my part; iip I haye  in ;ny ������os.sessi < >n n a ra ero u s t estirabn ials c er bj fy Hike-to  the success pf'iriy remedy. ���������'"."*.'������������������*���������       ���������        ;\p  I do nut ol course pretend that I can make the Mir  grow dri heads which; ha*��������� been hah I for yoars ��������� hut  I will kuivcii lite e to s tb p; ti ve ti air: .from fii I Ihig off to  i ncreawj i ts grdwth, an <l e fi'ectual I v rt*inmv.-jac 11 rf. or  Dandwir.,. ;. :.(.:^vVT).. MIOSES,���������''=��������� ;  ;���������',;���������_. .:y.; , y-'y-.' ���������    Barkervflie, B*C'.' ;  ��������� '' 'pp\l '--P.p CERTIfrCATE.v^ '" ���������i  ; Tin s>i 4 16 c er M fy 111 at U u r'i n pi u s t spr I n g my jinhf  was ni^idly falling out innr-my head was Inst becom--  111K hif 11, \y ht'ii, I applied to M r -W. I)..M'OSE.S, Ba rher,  Ba rkerv i 11 <k, who I ;i a row weeks res tor ed my I ml r to  its former healthy state ��������� ��������� yDAVID GIBBONS  Borkerrllle I>^c. 29,180*'-     ������������������ 0564>  The FLORENCf'is.lhe^ bestrew!n^-:.?,a::  ^ Machine for Family use/ because itf     v  so seldom gets. out;of-orcier.' __ r!f thcr������ '   r !  4s one not working, well in    y -\,p' ,,^  . ;  :/,.-  CALIFORNIA;-: '" ��������� V     ^      ''���������   ,!:  * ���������     OREGON, ' ������������������'���������������������������-��������� '."," ":"    '"' ' A';. y  yyMASKlNGTOR  :������;    NEVADA,.y -       ,>���������:.,':. :./,.'y,"���������;.������������������  <,    ' IDAHO,    . ^ s  -';    ���������  y'''!'^.ALASkAf^'^;'::^';V;-  BRITISH COLUMBIA,   ;  --��������� "-MEXicOr::     -���������������������������������������������:'' '���������' :'y.-.���������'���������";  ;    JAPAN,;   y     ���������'>"'��������� " ���������"'  Or CHINA, If.Informed of ft, I wilf  '#x it. without..any;expense to the  owner,'-' ������������������'"-'������������������;-1- y ��������� - - -j  i A  f't-A'  MTNERSANB^RADERS^ll'flbafitio't  . .y.antage to. purchase at th JsStbr eywrhere therelt  firL^'^ery? ;^ost^oecriptjpn^;on: hand,; nnd^the:lBtobk:  constantly replenished hy new arrirals.  TlieprpjwCc-  y    t^r willsel)������oods'.;v\'-      v-,y-  r.'T.  :  AS.0HEA^P 'ASiANY.'IN  CABIBOpV  Orders promptly filled' and ibrsvarded with dispatch:  IL -2  ftigsni,  ������0.. 19 Montgomery Street, South,  ... tj  \    BARKEjayiLLE,  ���������0MIISSION!MOEtGE.  Send for Circulars and samples of ���������  the work.   Active Agents wanted in  every place/ ' ���������"���������:"  SAMUELHILL,   ���������'-',"'  29'Mnntgomery .Street South.  Grand Hotel On lid i ug,  "      'BaoFrauoiscoj  Groceries, Provisions  :;V;V;';':  ; ''i^i^^r^^V-y  :';-;: -:' :- DEfPOT   ;F������0':1*  M 4  le.

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