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The Cariboo Sentinel Aug 11, 1869

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 SBB:  ���������  ���������������������������;������������������' ���������������������������/���������^SSfidte^  ?;PQBLrSUED^,  that he drew everybody^ 'aUention^to;his ec-  centi'ic. ��������� movemente and dr;ess.''\ 'In the. meai  time his satellites "plundered /the : gaping  crowd., :--s/.- ;'j:.:,���������-���������,.,��������� V..-:;;-.:' '���������'-'.��������� ���������.'���������:;' ;'V ;.'.;������-.* ,;t <���������...'; *;.  ot delivery^payaiJ^0iih^barneK.   ~*J\i  ^OSicE^arke^ijj|f(he^  Gr$$ry Store};;  ���������-. Agents 'for -the .** Cariboo: Sentinel." :; ���������  gacsnelmmiUi'l XfY.-.Goudiiy Barnard's.Express Ojfllcc  gritla Creek,'; ,������������������-' . ; - :::-;, /Barnard's Express  Vale, "' *'��������� ��������� V-���������'.'���������'��������� Mr. Evans, ; ulo ".';:.,'.*.'"-:,"; .���������' do'"'. ,;  ���������Ke.w Westini riftier.: ���������      -      -.'.:.'. ��������� . . Glarkson & Co  -;-:-;.v "''-%���������������������������'��������� ������������������>%--���������:AtLytio.':': - -  Victoria,  P. -Eisliorj;  San Francisco  J:  ' '/���������' ALL SORTS"OH- NEWS.  "-..."-..;<  . Tlic riot which-iOccurred recently in Mold,  , 'Flin^bire^>waa;;- caused;./ b^ri.w^atte'ru^t:' to  rescue from the ppfi.ee two men who; h'atTbeen  sen ten ced. to i m prison men t for having as-  saultecl Mr 'J,ohn Yonngv ibc underground  Tnanrtgcv. of the Lecswbod Cannel and Gas  Goal Company., Tbe military fired upon; the  ~\mband'"killed!rfdtit "persorisr: Verdicifrr  ��������� justifiable homicide. ' ,     .'.',��������� ?  Lieut.. T, IJ, Gurdon, who 'distinguished'.  Hi ttlself by attacking and cap tunng'.:'������������������ Am pi rig,;  in (be,. Chinese island of Formosa, with 25  m o a.; 1 las b eeu ;��������� pro mo ted to" the^ rank of com-.  inatider. The' Foruipaansv had beeu commlt-:  ft n j? on tragus upon Britistf residents:  'Mr P<iwetT;v'.fc iyeali:fjpcoUie^1prppne^r  ,itf- Nowpo'rt. Monnroutbshire, who iiMertook  a spoiling excursion,.IptoNiVyssinia^was recently murdered, by the natives. Mrs Powell  ���������and soiv.were;a!so murdered. '-������������������'-"  ' A hoiler ox nlosioa, at,th,e. boil er , works, cf I  Messrs. To\vn & Son, Bingley. near-Bradford;  England, resulted, in the,deattli of: 14 persons.  At a meeting in-London. the Lord 1 "Mayor  ���������?aid that so far-,from emigration-1 essen1 tig the  power, of; the ;;cojdntry toniake prpfit> it; increased it/..:/-! vi���������*���������-'*'���������.-'' >;���������"'"v-;-'v: ���������.;���������-*.'���������-���������  Tbe Now Br tins wi St stup Great , No r th er a  lately founderedoff ^Bombay and fifteen saa-  raen were drowned. ;,      ;���������/���������''. :V\  Tbe large; &w ; terefc; sMp intended for  the ���������-.defence--..o^-'.Melbourne;^Australia, and  built by JCessrs."Palmer & Co;, Tyiie, Northumberland, Iwis after a most successful trip been  dispatched to her destination.-.  In Massachusetts, tbe V .Legislature ���������costs:  about half a million.of dollars* A session,of  o ne hundred and' seventy days hasv jus t boen  Closet'-. t i"' ' -���������'���������/:'.:".:-:^.;"  - - Ths^ breach-American; cable/has beexi vsnc- j  cessfully laid. It stretches from Brest to St.  Pierre, an island belonging to* France, and  which lies off thecoast of Ne wfoundiand': ,  vSan A]Francis'6oV^T?Q.e8. from the Atlantic  S t'ates, Europe,:, South: America, Ausiral ia,  Oregon and China, are������\ all favorable to a  speedy rise in the pric0ofS'readstuffs all over  the world J while the drop in California will  not be more than half as large as that of last  season.  iing togefc'iid of her child, scarcely, five  months; old, she placed it close to a beehive.  The; infant had already been stung,severely,  when a gendarme who [was passing perceived  it and carried it away. Tho .woman"was soon  after arrcsted. .: ,; ���������; j/.^..-  '.': A' numb er o f Georgia, land own'ersVar e trying to raise capital in New York for working  some1 quartz mines '.which they claim to ;have  .discovered- dowh;tliere and represent to be  very rich. It is. doubtful if thdyj succeed^  says tbe B ul 1 etin's' corresp on den t, as" th e New  .York capitalists all fight shy-of mining'since  their: unfortunate ..experience, with "Nevada  three ovSouv years ago.      , ���������'  . A project is being considered for laying a  Cable:from Wales to some poinfoii the Ameri^  can coast. Slril another cable is talked of  that sball be directly under...the control of tbe  Canadians, and a large part of the.vcapifcal for  H.will be.subscrihed in Canada^. ,t ._ ��������� ':. ���������  \: It -appears from >the:;, telegraphic; iuews in  tlieJSan ,l?rancisc6;papers. that an election has  been r'held in Yuma,'aud Mojave counties,-  which was not authorised by the Governor;  Tbe despatch says of the . election that it is  :sujrfppsed it will ,jw^8etvaside.>-:;--:$'bis creates  considerably���������; feeliug.;;; We should slippose  jbatii certai nly ;:ou^ht4o:<i5e[s^t; as] dii) whether  it wi 11 oi\ not, and also su ppose, ,fi ir th er. tha \  there ought not tone ^ considerable 'feeling,??  excepfc on; the part; of \ the sactfessfu 1; candidates.     ���������   , ������������������' ;.'^-! .��������� -: :; / .'���������'  In Virginia the negroes have asked 'the  military mthorities to issue an ordeft giving-  them the same:rtg'his..as wbites in;:cars; and  ste am b oats, bii t: Gen era! G������'nbj ��������� d eel i net! to  interfere in the nlafcfcer.* In Washington the  Common ;Council have passed an ordinance  co m pel I i ng theatres, and al I : lie en sed ���������.. p laces  of am use men t,; to ad lii i fc c olo red j>erso ns to  every'part of the bouse, ori tbe. same terms  as white. persons. This is a step .in. ad van ce  of anything in the Northern StafcesV^r V  Chernes- sent overland from California to  New York arrived III good .condition.  Chinese operatives are being gradually introduced in the Oregon City Woollen Mills.  A number of the white operatives have quit  iri consequence, and'as the. mi 11 has ribt a fu 11  force of Chinese, the superintendent is'instructed to fill the vacant positions as fast as  possibles -There- are some. Kuklux threats,  .but no-open demonstrations.      ���������  About the end of June last some very hot  weather, seems to have been experienced in  California. One-third of the fruit will be lost,  says the San Francisco Bulletin :t Grapes exposed to the sun were burned to a raisin  color, and even apples were baked on one  side. ���������.  : -LEGAL,NOTICSS> ti&P\ ^  INT  IIOTEL& iKESTAtJRANTS,^^^  SipREME;;COUftT OF THE ^IAIN^  *"OFBRITISH COLUMBIA  ���������mm  ...... %ju      _     ,   .__   -������������������.i-LL'-'mra^?s;wboare in'(.i.eb.terl tonhe above EMate  IX arere<juired tb;pay:tho amoiints due 'forthwitlL  and all4p)crsons **iv3ie7 ba^o^nny cla i rha a^a j ns t'H-lio  abovo Efetate are rcqu irbd ;ta send Vin^ their Accounts  on or before the 23th day of.Octoborr1800,- tb'^,. ,i"'������  ".;     .f ' .       CHAS. E^ rOOLEYf    "  ''v;    vX   ^; s   '-'       ������������������'��������� Onicial Admiiiistrator.  Datedpehfield, 28th July,- 1800.:  IME W;ENQL AND  istj'i  ju31.1m ���������������������������'.  IN ,Tril| SUPREM^COIJRT OF. THE MAIN^  ���������������������������;������������������,��������� l^ND, OF BRfTISH;COLUMBIA.    ������������������> \  In th'etiliuer of; tho Estate and fitrocts of .WILLIAM  .   ;��������� ' ;,| WINNARI), deceased, Id testate.,  4 LL p|rsons���������'��������� who:arc indebted to tlie abevo estate  ������������������lX -������������������ i������r(i|roqu.ired to; pay \the au^oun ts Aue\ iortli wi iXif  and all;: persons who; hiiyo ;any.: claiiiris against the.  ahoveof������;a te1 are rcqn j red to |ondn i n. their acco u n ts on-  or hcfori?thC;iith day of .Soptember,-1869,^to,  1 ' 1; '.:,..,.' ".v, -, .CHAS��������� E. POOLEy, ,.,..���������������  :   ; fc ^   v    *i /   ���������       Olflcial Administrator.  Dated Richfield, lllh June, 1S69.. jc!6 td  IN ^Vm- SUJ?REAIE������;GOURT:  OF; THE  MAINLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  tu:.the natter;6f flic EstateVand EITects pr MiCHAEL  :*���������     ' % CARNEY, deceased, intestate.        .  A: LL p|rsons who areindebted to tlie above Estate  :������L ' arc.^pcrujrdd.;to.p due fortbwith;.  and all p^fsoris-who have any claims against-Uift^t)^e;  estate* are required to ������end>Jn U^eir accoun^^mjojrv  before ttfc 24tli day of"Scutcjiiber, 1869, to ' >* %���������'<? ?  " ���������"������������������    ^- T ���������%.- '- ���������:;"   CHAS. E::.-POOLEi%^  ^J? ,     Official Administrator;���������  Dated Richfield, 24th Juno, 1S69".     . jc30  BiBmk^\AxMr of Copartner-  ������������������^^Z/-^^P^::'- ''��������� -' "    "r:-   ���������'������������������  'nj^HE .Copartners!)ip"*'herfitoWe^cslWn5^nctef" tlie  J.:, name aud style of. HARPER &-.T0RME7 is hereby  dissolved ;bv mutual cou sent..: ^E. -Tormey also retires  from thisjdato from the firm of VAX A^OLKENBUKGH  l&GQ.'   h.   ���������.;-   -���������:������������������: -���������- ...,-. *���������������������������*; ; ���������  ���������At Harper will receive or liquidate, all debts and dfr  mands of "Harper. & Toniiey;>-:.: ���������"; ���������'. .:"������������������:./������������������ :���������'������������������ ������������������;? "'J-  .:---���������--������������������>- ; ���������        ���������.���������-���������,:���������..,:,;���������, *   -JERQJ[E: HARPER/   .  '-���������'- -'������������������..'VA S. .''���������     KDAVARDTORilEV..  Barkcrville, 13; C ���������, Juhe 25th, 1S69:, ���������'.        ;    ji&A  BS3S0LUTIQN- OF COFARTMEBHIP.  'JJMLE Co partnership of SfcLeosc <& Senay is this day  I dissolved by,mutual consent. Robt.. McLoese  will'collect ail outstanding .debts and will pay all accounts against the la to firm. ,,- ;���������"."  ' Soda Greek, June 2Stb,'1869.   " '���������".  ,     -   RORT. McT.EESE,  -,-v'.;i'.:.- JOSiTl-SEKAY/. -  w"itnes3^JER05tR Harper. Ju71m  ! ^HE^pPRIETpR^pip above estaWlsIim eh t wouM.v.  ���������*M$ respectfully: inform his fri ends hud. -the public in.;,  general thatsbe is;'iVow prepared to furnish them with  01'tad of bis own.'haking, having secured the assist'  arico������of a compcten t Baker; which eiiahles him  defy competition.   ���������&��������� '������������������*'..'������������������ ������������������!-���������'��������� "''"���������'''' ������������������ '���������"������������������v:;;':������������������;��������� ���������' r1," ���������  .   He has also ..a COPPEE SAliOOX.; niwehed -to "the  above, where; none but the best Coffee, Pies and Cakes  ���������������������������AVill.be served.. ���������< '".'������������������" ���������"'���������''.- ...:���������'--���������"-; ������������������:������������������<��������� U >������������������''���������:!- =-;-.������ :'���������'-'������������������'  X.B. ���������BREAD DELIVERED' to all partsvof the  Creek.:. ;     \->-   ;: ���������; ��������� . ��������� -\ .. ;:.-   my22J-lm:1.  OCdlDEHTAL r IJOTEfe  ���������.-;���������,     * ;^-     ^UESOT.MOuTiir '. "> - ���������      \  TH E jPropri etors of th is we li kno,\vn-; Hf )us������? ted der  'their���������'sincere'..thanks to their friends and. the tra?  veiling public generally, .for; their past liberal patron* i  age, and ;b eg to inform th em that' in order to" tiisri re rt ������������������'���������.  coniinuance of the sanui. Board and Lodging has!bees. :  reduced- to,$ 3:5 0 'p^r Dixy.   Singlo Meals, $a 0 0^ *.  ;:;AU the liixuries that tli'e icbujitry 1 aftbrds arejcoii.f  stantly kept on the 'table. " Private Parlors and Suits  |. of Rooms lor Famil ies> > The Bar !is ^stoclccd: wi th- tli������  pest brands of Wines', Ijquors and" Cigars'. V;   ',' %t  ; !Toc Stable is well'supp'lied.. with tbe ���������; best Timothy';'.  Oats, Ha:y and Grain.      .      ^BRCtfv'tf fe^GILLIS; ,  . Quesnelmouth, Ma#: v 1S69.      : ,    ���������  -,   -Li!  .    -'v-'V Sm.+u-:  "T^G E  '.rewerj  K^Rft'.&X'S  Barkehyillk.  .Feb. 6, 1S09-  The Reese River Reveille, spcakingof San  Francisco, says: We wish nobody harm;  hut if Providence should deem it necessary,  Yii the'furtherance of her inscrutable designs,  that a city about the size of Sari Francisco be  destroyed by an earthquake���������and Providence  does sometimes'deem such destruction necessary���������we do not, for'our par������ know of any  place upon which we should prefer to see  her exercise her sinking powers.  During the recent races in Paria a well organised body of English pickpockets made a  clean sweep among the fashionables. The  Kad'^r "wa-f ht-tlred in such "a remarkable sfyle  Sheet and Oast Iron Stoves  , Ml PLATE .4 SHEET IBQE  .4 LL JOBBING  WORK IN TIN,  COPPER, Sheet  xJk  Iron, Zilicaud Lead Piping, attended to with  promptiiBSS,  taction.  and  warranted to. give entire  satisj  Hardware, Iron & Steel,  LC5  SS,*,' Etc.;.   Etc,  .FOR SALE. ,   ��������� ������������������ '  ���������Barker vHh\  Van  Yolkenhiirg"; &   Co;  RETAIL   BUTCrfEFtS^  MOSQUITO"OREJ3fiu ,-���������.-���������'  A supply of frcshgmcatof all descriptions constantly  on hand. '  F.NEUF ELDER,  B T 0 RAG E: AND .00 MM IS S10 .N -,  RicuHKU), B.C.  ��������� jksf* Produce from the ngrlcult������ral districts rec'oived  and money advanced on cousignments.       ,ij'24 2ni  A. MePherson,  AKER  AND  'JEWELLER,  .4    BARKCRVILLE.  Barkcrville, May 1,18ay.  ;mHE? UNDaRSI(3^Eb. ;BEGS;>: TO .INFORM  *X friends and the public;'that he has fitted'up so/b*  ���������COM FORT ABLE,   BrED - ROOMS,.  Ib hi?tiew; building- where he is 'prepared W giiU  good Beds/-.at a.; reasonable pneew -Those" ,wh^ \vj5J  tavor,him vriUvllxcjr patronage, raay, depend; on th'* ���������  Cleanness and.'cpmforti.qf his������������������hpuBei-^V*     '"''���������' '%f^'\l  luj&o,takcsjalso this opportunity ,to,..refitlad���������tlie* G������?r,C  ^bOnites. t^t--h**jl^ny?^.Vhfi.sf rPfrftirprl���������the...sfiX&SL:  VRiZEot the Colony for. his celebrated j'  <.-_H'!-      xxx ;alej^;:...;=;^.^  And the true amateurs will he able to judge-by ihcfns'  selves that suchv honorable prize has been justly  awardedio hhn*   . ,   -    -'     s  -t      ".  ;. .N.-'B-.��������� A large front room- to let;        ^-: ���������ri.^^^jS -w  JSurkerville, Jan; 23,;i869:;. .;���������:������������������"��������� -;���������';;''y..:Nv CtTNlOj |f  ..-..ii.,^: -i-5**^?  '-si*:'".? .'������������������*''���������'  Bes^aiira^^  THE Proprietors of this:, old and well-knowh'cs"tab'  - lishm(.'lit Avoiilii respectfully thank\theii:.numer''���������':  o us friends and the public for tho extensive patronage-  h eretofore;'.h csto w e d oil th em; a n d tr us t tha t by thei v.  usual strict attention to business they ...will merit a  continuance of their confidence and: support.'/ :'     ���������  Meals,. $ 1.'  Bbar.d,. $ 16   per,, "Week.'  1?  BREAD MADE OF; THE; BEST ;FLQ.UK  Wc recommend .to ttie public our   -.. -.    -     ';;, '���������: ���������  G R OUND    COFFEE,*  jLvhich is a ranch superior article than anyswhich Cin-  be had from below.   Wc Roast and & bind it ourselves'  and choose the best berries, consequently the public.  may be sure of its being free from adu 1 leration;  ; ���������    ��������� PATTERSON &��������� GOODSOX.  ������������������'������������������ Barkcrville, May. 18,1869.   ��������� ";���������" myl9   .  ���������; '^s-i  ;:���������$:'  BOOTMAKER., ',.':"./      :  FFERS FOR SALE. THE BEST ASSORTilEOT OF  '. BOOTS to botoundon Wiilium Creek.  ; ������������������"���������*: \;y   ...BOOTS MADE TO. ORDER,.  Wnrnnted not to be surpassed by any made on th:  Pacific coast.  ;V.-- -*::: .��������� ;��������� 4;^;f|  GUM BOOTiS CONSTANT!X ON EAN0,  REPAIRING done in the best manner, at Shortest  notice. . .  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  C ARiBOO    R'H'Y.M ES,  BY -JAMES ANUJEUSQN,   .  PRICE,'      -;      -.".    .-...    ONE DOLLAR.  I .'jFor,sftleat'the-������SE>*tiKirL Oflice, and forwarded bf  !.?oh*i free of cJprge, my29  Inwnnectioii with.the above, he begs to notify hU  friends and the put die, that, he has on haud a choioo  assortment of GROCERIES and .DRY GOODS, and  hopes, by keeping a well selected stock oa. hand, to  uitTtt;tshare of public patronage/i?-- '.��������������� ^i.A  J������*01TOS1TG BANK OF BRITISH-COLL'MEJA-^^  3arkervH!e, .May 5,,1809;  WHOLESALE  :AND   RETAIL   DfiALEK  ���������I.Y���������  GOOblf  Groceries, ProvisionsC^  hardwareV d&y  CLOTHINC^ BOOTS, SHOES, ETfr, $sm*itw*H^^
���""7^ WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11, I860. ".-<"v
THE CARIBOO SENTINEL ; ;.;. -V      /..;���
Is pnWUhed every. Wednesday and Saturday.   All
advftriiaemeuts intended for insertion, must be delivered At Litest aT Sis o'clock, P.M:,the day before
:publication.'.;        '-'���.������-��� _..;.-��� ^...     ^ . -.**._.. . |--.^-
:.��� '.���.}:'.' /' ";'"���'������iTO-'abVERTlSERS. .:���': ;',-_/-.���..;.';;.";
All advertisements (not inserted for any definite
period) will be continued�� until ordered out, and
charge'.', for accordingly. -i/V
v: V ;;v>-: .};���... TO CORRESPONDKNTS. :, V ^--; ''*������:.
, All communications--must he accompanied by lh<*
real.name and'address of the writer ;' not necessarily
witli a vie.\v of publishing the same, but as security
for its good faithi. :. /���������������..,'
the speculative enterprise of men who flirty ish the means, and not aipne to the energy
of the miner.'���*'��������� '���; -'.' :".."���
Bruce ; he had, by last accounts, a father
and mother living in Canada.
The jury returned a verdict of accidental
death.  '.. -   [   ..,    '*   .. '.,'i.S
6n Saturday the inhabitarits of -Barkeryi 11 e
we re pa i n ed to 1 earn that an ; accid en t' li ad
happened in-j;lh^:<;CoIu9ibia--rshaflij William
creek, by which John; McLaren had been
covered with: sand and; tailings to such a
depth; that there Was little hope of his being
brouglit oiifc allye. The anxious;feeling thus
created ��� subseqh eh tly became\-��a iiie of vthe
deepest<me) ancljoljf on receivingjthe intetli:
gence: tliat/r the ^ aljcid^ngJ bad; ; terminated
fatally. Instantly,:every Sag invipwn! was.
hpisted to half-mast. / :Mi\ McLarenpad been
well-known aud generally respected as. a
hi anj m in e,r and s ch o 1 ar.   His ii lira ero u s;i n ti-
Editor SisNtiNKr. :^ Having frequently' tb
pest letiers on' Wi 11 iam creek I h ave often
felt the want of '������ a drop .letter-box.
Not that I would complain in any; way of our
ob 1 igi ng p ost ra as tor, fo r of all men lie is th e"
most courteous and attentive j but the recollections of chi 1 dbood, when 1 used to b e sent
to d r o pie tiers i n to the mysterious hoi e, an d
then with.; clitlclisb simpiicity.<��� and wondor
J is ten tobear it go off, are so associated in niy
mind that I cannot help thinking that it letter
box is the right thing, and I cannot' divest
myself of the idea that a post-office without g
letter-box is not like*a post-oflice at ajl^-N.Ow^
'sir,1 ��������� \yby can h61  Can'boo  have . an: ol d-fasti-
my26    ^miml^:
��� ���'jf' will do moregoodtfo the; :cdnnti'y y:fcnan .      ,     ���     ,,. -,.���      - -    .>..,   	
���*i ��� ~ ��� ^ .'���"�� "���*'���'��� ���I*l*i:''*��*tl'-^'tii: ,����� , ^'^"n ranks of public 11fe, were gnefrstneken at his
anything else, it is repeatedly-.said m prefer-^ bufc^e recollection Vtte manly yet
enee, to   the  proposed   commencement  ofJ amiable character of- their deceaseed Uriend
mate frierite.,Who im^ nave  an  oia-rasn-
bfbis ultimately taking position&Fthe front honed letter-box, and have the rates ^ofcpos#
-   ��� ���-.-���-. .... ..    age" clearly advertised, then  we can   buy
stamps and post our letters whenever we
quartz mining;   No doubt it.':j?i\\t \whe*  ifc
shall have been fairly ioitiated.   The little
spuffc  of animation, however, now- exper-:
ienced m respect of quartz mining reveals
some  of the difficulties lo be anticipated in
seeking   to. introduce  quartz  mining.   No
doubt seems to exist that there are abundance  of quartz  reefs rich and extensive
enoneh to justify any movement having in
view the introduction of mills.'   During-the
last   two   weeks we have frequently heard
miners say that they know where there are
quartz reefs which in  any: other  country
would immediately " create an excitement."
Very.true, ho doubt, because.in. almost; any
other country there are or can.be found else-
' where, moneyed men enough- to participate
in'the- benefits of the miners' discoveries,, by
Bending   tho'- necessary  machinery  to   the
mines.- It is the misfortune, however, of this
co'bny that? the population are, like an ill-
managed crew*,- not all pulling away together.
'Extent 6'f territory and scant population are
gnawing at jhe roots, of'all the efforts, made
��� ioj.the common good. ^Eachpart or.district
of tho: colony has some particular-or sectional tfbject'Ixi vie.wj. to accomplish  which
all o'.her objects for common good are made
subservient.   A want of-Unanimity to accomplish any one thing, resulting in the accom-
p.lishtnen t of nothing, is the great check mate
to the progress of the colony.   It is evident,
then, inview'of (his condition of affairs, that
all those who. are. most, immediately interested in the development of the mines must,
if they wish lo extend and  increase- their
interests, take a part in. pushing. tho present
movement ahead toils wished-for conclusion.
Cariboo has the auiferous rock and the men
to unearth it, but the means to  extract the
gold therefrom are lacking.   It is now quite
evident that if the requisite machinery, were
here quartz mining would soon become a
great source of wealth.   A proposition to introduce merely a test-mill���a prospecting
mill���immediately induces men to look for
quartz reefs, and elicits so many expressions
of "\ assu ranee : as to the; existence   of : ri ch'
qaaTtz;^h'iit-an:(ia.ubt upon that part of.'the
B,^J^t:.}%;ento1y clissipated:;���:What does it
signify that.a few reefs have;;been prospected
and.. Vhe resulfc disap-pQlntnient''���?:... HoW many-
all.m:d-^ .Qt bow ^���yj ^
peclors in. proportion to those which have centre  boards   were  wanting till he went
notdone'so?   The great^^difficnliy, then,.in f!1?^11 ?,J.3o not think the accident
the   way  of quartz mining is. tlie want of
inachinery,. an d no.t tbe want of miners- or of
qu ar I z.   From Yal e to Carib oo every. one is
directly interested in the promotion andsuc-
cess of mining, and we are convinced,that'no
bettor way can be found for -increasing'- the
market  for the farmer, the freight for (he
teamster, and, indeed; for generally increasing business everywhere on the mainland,
than assisting to introduce   machinery   for
.q'lariz mining;    We do not speak with reference to thejitfcle machine which it I3 now proposed   to.;'have   brought   here,   but   with
reference to the introduction of machinery
general iy for working on a large scale.   If
quartz mining is to be "thoroughly gone into,
everyone must lend a helping hand, and not
trust to Cariboo alone for the development
of the mines.   Nearly all   the success of
quartz mining on the Pacinc slope is due t
was the prrncipaLsou rce of their sorrow.
Deceased had be'en, bbrn iri the township
0f Chadpttenburgh, county* of Glengnry, 0 n-
tario. Here his f at her and ro other, ac c 0 rd-
ing io latest accounts,'are yet iiviiig in; the-
o 1 d farm h 0 mes tead, ��� i n > which; their talc ri led
son had been reared.; He was quite'a; you ng
man, having been born in 1842, and came to
British Columbia in 1864/':���.He had; been engaged in mining -during-' the: greatest; pa rfc^: of
the time whiieinHCariboo^ in^; the; winterioi
18GG-7 he wasAeditpr of;the ;GAniBo6^S^XTixEL/
and tha t j ou r n ai wasVn^e' y er so i \y e ll^m an aged;
nor the original; matter,; sol ai)ly-Xritten "as
during the periorl he acted as sucfc^Axol-
leg!ate educationTtogQther; with fiiie hatural
powers, fully qualified '1 lii in ;,-vfpr: '""that ���:.:?rf indeed, for any; similar'position." ���He^aslecHi;
cated at Queeh7s Gollege,". Kingston"; Qatario,
and became! -a;:: Bach el or- i:;- 'of .'���.'���A'rts^ I.-'. His
parents, John and (^atherine^McLa^
also horn in 'Canada, !and his ; loveVfor \ his
nati yc coun try was, asi i.isisH.nratt ;;^gpbfltimd:
true men. a prominent, feature ..o^iiis':chaiy
acter. . A lex. A^ Sober fspn, ;;iijs���.; ^^sin,j;ahd
Jas. Dingwa11, a,';' companipn; in^h\sr hoyboj6fL-;
are on William crock, and deeply^^'dejloreihis
loss. '-?"' "'��� '��� "'    '"    /J '������'/-'"-::'   -   .
He was a member of the order; of; FreeW
m asons, and... the'" Carib g 0 Lodge; 0 f Barker-
ville gave to;his-;'fimeraivall; tB^J^Vptherly
regard eustomary 0n the death ^of a^respected
brother, and he was;buried on Sunday in':��� the
cemetery, near Cameronton.-, ���:: The Cariboo:
L0dge,in full;regalia, togetbetj with; a : 1 arge
coacourse of-people, comprising nearly alt of
the i nb ab i tan ts; of B ar ke r vi 11 e ua n d. y ici n i'ty,
and also a considerable.; niimberr of ^friends
and acquaintances "from outlying:���-creeks,
escorted his body to the graver; l*:"   ;
His numerous friends contemplate erecting
a m ar b 1 e monument to,: comm'e m or ate h is
death and their grief at his loss. - Asubscrip-
tion list for the purpose will be opened at
the Banks.  " :.;." >e<  ���.'���'.        ;  :*;*J;.:;     ;_:
���\""    THE INQUEST.      ':'���'    !>'���''
On Saturday CorbneTXee held an inquest
over the body, when, the following persons
were sworn as jurors:
^fter examining.the body, theiuqnesfe was
adjournea tilt Monday, wlien George Kernev
was sworn and ..testified as follows:-'"'v     ���"
I lowered deceased down the .Columbia,
sbatt, on Anlliam creek,, on the 7th August.!
between eight and nine o'clock, a.: mf: he
went to put in some centre boards, in the
shaft, and when he struck two Or three blows-
the dirtsnd on the.top of-him ^the shaft had
oulyrvpUA side, .cJeaned wt^iha ihait was
���Kin 1863 or im ; he thought Ihere wa
please, either night or day, without waiting
for the right time to find the post-master. I
am su re it wou 1 d' 1 ightcri his '.dutif s,;nnd be a
grea t ac com m 0 d ati 011 to t be p u b 1 i c, for in my
mind no attention on the part^ of the postmaster can compensate for the inconvenience,
attending the want of it ���?���.
{���':'    ScRlBBLER.y;
Gofsra Aheap.���The subscribcrs to the test
quartz mill have prepared articles of associa -
tiph yahd Messrs Aleacharh; & Naspri have
agreed to.: work the proposed ���mi 11 for two
years; charging only the working expenses.
It was in teuded to forward an 0rder for the
mill by last express; blit these necessary pre-
liminaiy matters haye deferred the despatch
0 f th e ord er ii n ti 1 the d cp ar tu re of th e n ex (���
oxpressi1; ;A,meetingof the shareholders, will
be held to-riight,' at.8 oxlock; in the Hudson
Bay Company-s store, to complete the nr^
rangements; necessary 16 the despatch��� ��� of^ tlie
order for the mill. ���     l'
]\|INER? AND TllADER^Wiii flntl *V��'&
M::r vautage to purclmso atthia^oro'^^? a^
nrVutt     ��� AI^RQtei AssoKfMKNT.qt Goon,   ���   mi-������
Of tha vcry.best Uescriplionbn hS   ' ,    ��������� ��� '
constantly roplenishcd hy!^arSv^a^,thc ^ock
;;../ )i: -'tors wlllseU %oisl      T?ePf��.'
;������������ As C?heap; 'As-:;A^'&^feAiti,rt .��� ���'. .-;:-' ���"���'
^   "~~ -������������'��� '������������������   ������������-��� ���' '������"������-���_^ ropriot0��- ;���,���.'
.���������; '���������������-; ;.B^RKEn^itlSj,;'':.:';;: .:.���;'.:;���'' ���*
:Q-eaferal Merclxaiidize/
Barkcrville, July 13,1309,;      ^    r      ' Juli^
Antelope Restaurant,
*B AUK 3 E.VILJL H .  ���
Proprte torsi      ;
I Board, $12 per "Week.    Single Meals; $ 1.
"������09? 0YSTER STBW3, LUNCHES, Ji&j
"1dim;s,& peaee&
7Havo pn hand a choice sclccHon of    :' ���
Wi th various other article? In t h 0 i r li a c of trade.
���':' #3" All Jpl> h)ng in tb c Tin % Shelt I eon -Copper aiif
ZincinidcattQrided.to,.anU warrautcd to gjvefiatii
The best of material is ��50(i5 Mid all who wish first-
class Board a t the a'bo vb, rate can 0 btai h tl to sam o at
this establishment.-: v aull lra::
^:;v^^H,^.'/^E&pAV;Sj "V';
'��� -:AT sjx'A.M.;; ,������;
.__ ���yv.��^..u can he attributed to anyone; I think there was no
s ti d t, and we c on 1 d iiso 0 u r 0 wa j \ 1 ��g ra en t
about cleaning out the shaftv;
about :t -������ ' "' '
; "^Dinners for parties cooked to order.
Proprietors.   -.
, (Ooe milo ami a-ha�� abbvo Tan Win'cle,)   '
���IJnder tkovHanagement: or MKS ALLAN.
>; This; hotel- is iiow o'pe'ii: '/or tho nccoraniotiation it
travelers.   * /..-
Kirat-class meals will be Vuhiisheri, nnil tlit* best
bi:atids 0f AYtues, U<yiore ahd..Cigars w,nI a 1 ways fa
fuo&tl at the Bar.   .,,;:" ;jy24.1ia
and perform sliort^opefations with'fkiii puti, by
the aid of tho apparatus discovered by'Dr. -Richarteon,..
of TiObdbti.- This valiiabl6 :-dfscftverjr .���prp=luo<;.s insensibility ia tho part alone;������/and i'.rondera unnecessary
the ad mints tratiQn ofch lorbform. . .       .���
OFFICE���N^xt. to Reniiic'a Boot store. B.��rkervll!��.
Office "'Feb---- $5^/Teeth extracted, or filled >vi.ih Gajd,
myl 6ifl
my 5 flm
^EMNG, August 12, at SEVEX o^clock.       uuo^a
August 3, 18C9.
au4 ttl
killed ; I was on top alone when the accident took place ; it was about an hour born re. he was g01 0111; 11 a \yas dead when he
was hoisted up ; he fjied; f think, from suffocation ; Or. Jieil and Dr. CarntU were present
Miners5 Boarding House.
that htj has purchased iho Ihmfji and busings of
tho above establishment, and ft^Hoit.s a couLimuince
of custom.   The prico of BuanlVlJl remiiiu as belbro.
BOARD, S12 pbii Wbek.   Simix Mi^as, SI.
Burkcrville, July 27, 1S69.
TAS.'.P; TAYLOR desires.to stato that he still Iceeps
O \ on his business at the old stand where Be dm
Patent Medicines of all kinds on hand. Also-jKtoH
GARDEN SEEDS. Proscriptions carefully compounded at reasonable rates. Next door to Cunio s wow-
.ery:'������^.- -T���"''-'. ������- '-^ ���/���
: Barkcrvmc}:May 5. IgfiO- '���     lro-���
rrnis HOUSE,- near the mouth or
A    Stout Gulch, >
.   rs.Now open, .,^
And tho finest qualities of Liquors, Wines andugw
may be had at tho Bar.   Try them        ��^&t*S	
. Fg pAGDEN, Propnewn_
Half-Way. House,. July 6,.18G0.
j��7 lm
Jh2S tfr
ASSAY) QfFICEJ.   ;   '
THIS Office.will bo .ready Tor; business on or about ;
Monday next, July 5th, in Kane'sJnew building,    ���*
Barkcrville. ...,'������
.   ^/;r: 7CHARGES:    ���   ���
Assays of'Gold Bullion >i (one.ha!f) of 1 pw'cca��.
Doposits under $800.'willJbe charged $4/ ,,
Assays of'Mineral Ores, $10 each.
W. HITCHCOCK, Cbief Jfeltor.
Barkorvilie. June 30,18CO.
A Perfect  Cure. ���
A and General Repairing S hop ��d b ��* \%lii
Latho capable of Turning and flumg up o      ^
pany ;   he   had   $15
searched his.pockets
charge of his papers', by Goor^u Oranf nf
01 thoMm of British North ^ScvSd JolSi
s com-
i��  011   him   when   I
, the Freemasons took
JfcENTCR wishes to inform, his friends and the
I   ���   paidic lhat he is pivj)ared to do JIOKSEStfOfi-
isG at ��3 per sot, and all other kinds of Blacksintth
,*ork.at'reasonable rates.
RIGHFIELP, July 23, 1809. jy24 tf
��� - '��� ���JJARKERV1LLK, tMW**
fTAVE purchased the stand former^ ^fuy H(i^;
U 0. Campbell, and Avill ��Mu^��J^j,MoB-��t
shooing and Blacksmith work of every ��scr^ gi
tho lowest rates. .    ctrorrNG OJCB^ ffl1
mr -Every convonienco for SUQbwv
despatch. .���..���'*-".<���'
m. CAUIB0Q SEKTINEL  l? Qm 14.  'he^ereU  Th������proj.ri8.  )o,   ���������  foprloto^, ..!  lof  rovES  C  'IRON  of trade.  Cupper Ml"  give skill'  ^   .  ALLAN,  notation <.f  alivavft I;  jy241m  OT.  !T TF.pl  t puu, I'V  :iol������ar.l?ca,  QiH-cesj-ary.  rfrt;ervlll������.  Will) Gold,'  niyl 6tn  mm  ���������  'mm  m  i������  QTKg.  If  JgBjfe,  E.  still keeps  re lie hits  S0-FRE3H  compound-  io'a Brow-  mm  $8L  I  H  ������H  JTHOF  and.Cig&ri  jjprietor,*"  ju7lmV  i  . 'or Mwul,  building,  per cent.  Mcltcr.  fiSOim.  D STORE  found a  3������. Aslw  ings, &C,  mess.'.  in Stoves,  ost every  inlS.  MITHS,  u'ed i)y A-  or. Hnrsfi;  rfption at  V24 2m  wm  Islif  WEDNESDA;Y.AUCTST;11,'|869;  ��������� MINING^iyTiSLLIGENOEi: *>,. r ;  WILLIAM'CREEK?;v^/?Jr';;"t;,(   .  There is n������ appreciable - diflfereripe in the  vield of gold on thisr creek :fe; the pastin  comparison with thatjof,: the previous week.  Some- claims nave, shown a decrease,"-which  Kaabeen fully made -up by; an ^ increase in  others. The full yielding ,capaci%. of the  I claim? was not fairly tested owing to the low  * stage of water, which prevenfcthe hydraulic  companies from; ,w^klng.> ;Noneof the creek  claims, however,1 had .tof stop r.qn that .ac-  An increased yield v?m fexbibited^Jnrfihe;  Downey claini^frbat whic1i^3J^:Mrgtaljen;  out "'for the: week^V������omjmr^  the previous weefciTbe ;San Juan company  nrc'doiusr itlioiattth^lflamb"���������.i������^'l]|efQf6;^>makidg-  jrood wages; ;:Thj9^Bradley-N,icholsonrco.  finished cleaning upIf^aM the results wore not  very satisfactory;-'* The Wilson co. have also  finished cleaning up and stopped work. Their  ordinary returns averaged about, two oz. to  the hand p er' d ay i n the ���������; lo wer par to f. tlie i r  ground where they had lately been working.  The Flu.me co. ���������- baye. finished laying their  flume and are about to re-jjommeDceihydrati^  licing.������������������:- The Enterprise and-Excelsipr (hew.)'  companies appearAto have,done nothing d'u'iy  ing the week. With the "exception' of 'the  Chinese companies,; who stick to work very  closely, fewof.Jtlie^c6mpaniesiaboye the;oup-  yon seem to have Sine anyvwork, and what  little they jlid m scarcely, worth mention.  Tbe California, San Franctecq and Black Jack  companies contipue;at work, 1 the;San* Fran-  cisco co. having cleaned up. 12 oz,  ..-������������������  BeloW itliccanyb^  np 168 oz. \ th e Carl boo eo., 5 H oz:; -and the  Foster-CampbelK (one pick'at .work) 33 oz.  Little Di 11 er has not yet got in 'with his tunnel. The Caledonia_co.''sjf^ =engagedra.ll.-the.  week fixing ufK4o-^  ���������The Independent do^made"?wages; and.gx-  pf uses and expect to. do better ,when they get  fairly to worte The Hibertiia co. s prospeeis  conttnue.,good,' and if they.couldpbtain water  near their diggings would do very well with  what'.they are gettuig���������waSJnngeTO  iff,, a iay. Tlie Prin.ce" of:.,Wales, New< Moffkttj'  an d other corapanies in the 16 wer part': Qf tlie  creekiiaye not.got-fairly{to������work;\l^yT'[-A  \'.;" ;;y.. ��������� ^fotJT'auiicH?V';.'J*;\ .  "Tho Taffvale co. washed: ^p:l|4i oz; ;^tbe  Onjihbs co. H:0z,; ;an(I; the^FlOydjco.: 49i oz.  Vine of the'Other companies madejnuch oyvr:  expenses. .Thejitopeftil,������a; :prospecl.ing C(?v;  n re now very --hopeful i ab out N: the res u lis p f  their work. 'After a jgopd^dcalivof \ difficulty  willi water in efforts; to find ^channel .in;, tlie.  hill they, have come to; very good, indications  of their object.-; ������������������ Until; -thei atter; pari of last  week they had {not.: obtained a. colori. when  ,sudden 1 y the;;;rock and; dirt":;.-*f cbanged.'-  Colors ha ve b een struclL an d very: ft n e 16 old ng  dirt and gravel were "enc'oii ntered;. indicati u gk  the edge of ai channel.: It is believed to be a  continuation of; the rich channel in the right  barik. Clearihtie; & Co. are clri vi rig ahead  ������������������with their.tunnel at the;..month of:: the gulch.  getting a little gold as they.'run .in; .A t'orfy  dollar piece was taken out of the- Jenkins'  claim on Saturday, but it was in very insignificant company. ..     ,.;;-;::'v"     V  /:-,'.'.;.;;: ;'C02CKXm'OTjLOH.'"' :-  The White ; Pine. co. were troubled wi th  water most of the week, and they are considr  er i ng the,.expediency ' of r Unni ng a tu n nei.  Although they" only Washed lip 13. oz��������� tliey  are satisfied-that the claim.. locks better than  *ver. The Felix co. re-commenced, washing  on Wednesday last and. took out 31 oz. for  the remainder of the; week.. The results of  the washing by the McDoweH'co.,were not in  proportion to theirJexpectations,but they are  satisfied that whenvthe.: claha^shaU have b een  fairly opened;it will pay well.'; Prospects in  the Eclipse ; cp.?8 ground7 are;.looking niore  favorable;%^.jib^i^.-^prpinSs.iajg stratum of  gravel baa'been strucks and a better washed  gold points: to. tbe existence of a'' chn nnei  close at hand. The Indian Queen continues  parsimonious to-her courtiers, giving them  only a little over wages and expenses. The,  Cou rock tunnel has been run'about 175 feel-  in to the right bank, and although no channel  has yet been reached the company are  making half-wages from washing. The other  companies are pegging away, but with small  results.  FRENCH CREEK.  A few companies have started work on this  creek, which has been nearly ail staked off.  MOSQUITO CREEK.  Scarcely any change occurred on this creek  during the past week. The Hocking co. made  about wages and expenses, while the Willow  co. made a little over wages and expenses.  The Point co.'s ground is now owned by Chinamen, who report making from $3 to $4 a  day.   The Tabb co. were still prospecting  d uring the week, and, the Disco very co. to ok  out. good pay.   The Hplman. co.; declared a  dividend of 4... oz,, and the Jefiree'cp/made  /Wages.- . -..,-.���������'���������:���������;,-:--.���������-.'._���������,;'���������-.:.-/���������:v,.!.;���������-������������������.:..���������������'vV..'.'.-.������������������  .'" ��������� ':i;\_ ::'.fi ..; .; RED^GuiCH.. >  v.'-.'' f ;'-./!.��������� -,i; j\  The Tom and: Jerry co. report having struck  good pay:in the latter part ojF the week, and  the! Butcher co. made about wages.; ; V,:;  LOWHEE CREEK.     ".      ������������������ '��������� '��������� I     "  Nothing new.of; any importance iranspired  on this creek during ...'ther week; and' with the  exception, of 52 oz: taken: out by,the Calar  varas co. by,two picks for threb ��������� days^ there  was no y tcld of any consequence.V,:;';  COULTER CREEK. ;/  ' '  The. miners on this! creek report nothing;  new. Th ey'.. a re 'seeki n g a deep ch an nei, find  the bed-rock pitching, and are making grub.  ;&������w\>   f. ���������'"' ' wmP3AW:GUi.cnv .:; ...;_" '���������,.'. ���������' ���������  .fNo.tning new from this gulch. The Hit-or-  Miss co, ar6 runuing a tunnel,' and the Dis-  covery co. made wages.: ,  /Tour men are working on Sugar/creek, all  making.small wages,, and a dozen Chinamen  doing the same.  ',���������;'���������;::.' .cooper?s:gulch; '��������� ',.,  .: Five men are w 6 i*k ing on: Go op er's gulch j  and commen ced': to wash 1 ast week.' Gfreer  and part per have obtained prospects of 10c.  to, the pan at the mouth of ;the gulch. ���������- U.: ^  .    f .    LTGHTNIN'G'CREEK./  All the, companies, who had started prospecting for the continuation of the Dunbar  channel/;have; stopped;work;with ;the excep-;  tion of the Pltcenix <jo (JaS; Anderson & Go.)  who are working on the; loft bank of the  creek. The Dunbar co. continue doing well,  taki n gout fro m 2 0 to 10 oz. a; d ay. A fourr  r$o������jlrifcba3^  ascertaiii rits;^ width,.;: and,it is'fpun^ td be ;70  j^e^y.wid^^'^V'hon tins company:- sunk^ their  d i sco v ery sh af t .tliey j ii st c ame on to the channel . II ad tlie shaft been so nk -five fee t fur t her  .to ward the ;crec k,- i n-ail -probabil i ty this ri sh  channel would not; have been discovered.  Fj ye feet from where: the shaft was bottoined  the rock-p itches to ward the creek.  -  ������������������������������������    ^MINING COURT.'*  (Before C. Brew, Esq., Gold Cominissibner;  ; '^ ; "y-> \ ^3osn^,,A^gnstn9,:.lS(59.5 ,  ���������"���������AMBnAsE-do, vs. Mokgax Ga���������This was an  action to eject defendants from a strip ^ or  piece o f, g rou h cl 900, feet' in; length and rang-7  ing.in width 1 rom 100 feet :at -the upp>r.end  to 72 f ee fc at the lo wer en d, which is claimedo  ;by the deleuctants. as part of rtheir7.olaim on  jreneb. c reek. v p tain ti tls to ok u p the gr ou nd  in May and staked it 600 feet wide., .On the  27 tii^May "they .ob tai ned p or mission to move  their western tine of stakes so. as to .reduce  the claim to 300 fee tin width,. They did not.  h o we ver, m ove th ei.r stakes at th e" ti me, : b h t  in,the last week of July they obtained another (second) permission to move their  stakes slightly so as tio.straighten their lines,  being ab on t to have th e ���������: gr on n (1 survey e d  arid mapped;, They then ran the eastern line  (900 feet; in length)" 100 feet further west, and  their western line 200 fee fc (of the same length)  fu r th er east -/The upper part o f'' th e c I a.i m  (consisting of 800 feet) did not form part of  the ground in dispute, and its eastern boundary hatl not been changed, : . . ���������'���������. "  The defendants claimed that when the Ambrose co. obtained leave"to move their western line, 300 feet of ground on; that line became open to" pre-emption, and that the Ambrose cp. e o ul d now o n ly cl aim fro m their  original eastern line; that the ground'on  which they (the Morgan co.) had commenced  sinking a shaft was hill ground, and therefore  fore the plain tiffs could not claim said ground  because their ground was recorded as a creek  claim.  Mr J. ;S; Thompson; one of the defendants,  conducted the defence, and. relied upon the  45th section of the mining act, which defines  the extent of creek claims as from base to  b ase, if no t over i0 0 feet w i cle; if over th at  extent 000 feet in width by 50 feet in length,  and contended that the evidence on their side  p ro v e (1 that lb e re was a g ra cl ual ascent fro m  the water-course or bed of the creek, which  ia now dry ; consequently .that they were entitled to claim the ground in question as a  bill claim, while if the plaintiffs' assertion to  tho effect that there was no hill ground within  their lines, were maintained, they would be  only entitled to S50 feet in length by 600 in  width.  Mr Walker, on behalf of plaintiffs, argued  that the defendants had committed trespass ;  that it was a clear case of ''jump," and that  they had therefore taken the wrong steps to  secure lawful possession of the ground at  issue ; that the Supreme Court had often affirmed, that no miner had a right to enter  upon ground in possession of another; that  the proper method to dispossess parties holding an illegal extent of ground was to bring  the matter before the Court j; that the .defendants had taken the law.into their own hands;  tlifit, the ground on the side of' the: watercourse, or creek was nat hill ground ; that in  order to :i'ua a j tu iineli fc? woul d b e: ��������� necessary  to make an.open cut at least 50 teet in length ;  that there was an ascent of only one inV20  feet;' that if it were decided that��������� filer Ambrose  co.'s lines were on hill ground, defendants or  anybody, else mi^ht itake off their ground.  ;and-3iinit::lhem only -to..'the'���������) water-cohrse ;  '.that>the Jplait^tiffs wben they obtained per-  missibn to.alter their lines were at liberty to  run-them According to their own discretion.  and -that the defendants when they{L re-staked  grbiind had not asked leave to do soV''J;;";  Several Mother points were raised ton; both  sides; butJthe.-priri'cipal^bject of contention  appeared to be, wbether. the Ambrose co;%  lines included^ bill ground, and whether when  the AnabVoserCO. moved their lines tbeylibould  or sbould'nof have moved their; west line 300  feet east ward ly: instead of 200 only on that  si do, aiidlOp westward ly, from-, the east. side. ���������  .���������'���������'v;'/;'- :'^i) ;:..'tuEsn^i:Aug;;10,'18.69;;.'.  The Gold Commissioner gave judgment; in:  the case of the Ambrose cp. ve. Morgan cp.V  as follows;:   ;. '������������������ >.  ;    '���������'   ".   ';' r' .'���������: ���������' /��������� "'���������  :;/��������� That .the Ambrose ,cb, had. been guilty of.  ir regit 1 ari ty i n staking off gron nd; in the firs t  place,';by faking -too;intich; ground:; f arid, se-  coridl^, in :obtainihg permissidn to straigbten"  their lines when tbey. really in tended to napye.  their stakes.;; The eyi deuce, however,; on the  poiufc pf^hilljand ;creekrground' being very  conflicting, they are "allowed to remain in  possession of 'the disputed ground, and pay  the costs of both parties to the Suit. - .   ;  YALEDicioRT.���������The Briti&h Columbian, a  journal which has been 'published for many  years in: tb is colony, most of the time at New  Westminster; and latterly &i Victoria, -aa--.  nounOes that ii would cease with its issue of  th e 55th ult.. and remarks th at." a struggle of  a little over four months ihas-sufficed to convince ns of the inability W unwillingness of  Vic to r-ia-rto-1 su pport-- two Dai lies. - The> at-  tempt -.has , iiiyolved : considerable financial  loss, and we retire from; the nnegual 'contest  while.yefeiD a position to do so without in-'  voIving; others in the consequences, 6f failure.  We thank" bur'"friends, -forgive our enemies,  and die in-peace,"  ��������� Min*brs?, Strikes.���������One of ��������� the' features  noticeable;in ;the recent numerous strikes by  minersfesnS California; is; that ^they: object to-  wofk "whereTthe^ ordiHary'^black ^powder! is  not used^^^A.;. miner here has ���������;��������� informed .us  (hat the reason why;thejCalifornia, miners in-  sisti upon .the use of the ordinary powder is  that the vapors\ from; the;** little giant pow-  der:?? ��������� aie ^poisonous; -If this statement;be  correct-^and we have- n o reason to doubt it  ���������we tb in k tha t the ;' li (tie giant,?;1 though; he  be ever so" powerful, will not be adapted to���������  the Cariboo miheSj except where powder, is;  required to be used in open work:        L  ;  BxPLonlTio^-���������We learn that- an exploration party 'is1 about to be organized with the  intention of proceeding from .William, creek  to determine the question as to the. practica-  biiity.of a route for a road through the country embraced between Barkcrville and Tete  Jan ne Caeh e. A full rep ort of the ex per-,  ien.ee and observations .of the party will be  forwarded to the Canadian Government, who  are, it is said, taking'into consideration" the  subject -offbverlaud comhiuhication. We  trust'that;--the expedition, which is not yet  fully decided on, will be successfui.  Sdcgess.fdl.���������The steamer Victoria made  the run from Soda creek to Quesnelmouth in  11 hours. The time usually taken by the  Enterprise to make this trip was 16 ;hours.;  It is expected (that the Victoria; will make  even better time than she has, and a:run of  less than 10 hours is looked for. She is undoubtedly the " crack "boat on the Eraser,  and her arrangements for passengers are of  the most comfortable and commodious description. ....,--���������������������������  Not a. - Strike.���������It was reported about  town yesterday that a <Jbig strike" had taken  place on ICeithley creek, but this, it appears,  was merely an exaggeration of the information brought over by a miner to, the effect  that the Stonewall co. bad "got on to pay  again," after having been off pay for three  A\eeks. For five days' work the Stonewall  co. took out 52 oz., aud according to all appearance their pay is likely to continue, we  are informed.  Tsib Best Coffee.���������In order to obtain a  first-class coffee, it is necessary to secure the  very best berries, and to roast them according to the most approved method. This is  done by Wilson & RrcrouN, Fort Street  Victoria, who are prepared to furnish, for  cash, Coffee that never fails to elicit the apg  probation of those who use it. *  Arrived.���������S. Robin's train and Geo. Watson's team, both from Yal . and Cennel's  team from Quesnclmoulh, arrived at Barker-  villo yesterdaj.  .EcLtrsK.-���������The eclipse which had been pre- -  dieted to take place oa Saturday last commenced, continued and ended in accordance  with the prediction^ -It- was not, /however, a  tbtai\ eclipse, the moon ranging' a little too  high.. At the tinie of fullest eclipse the light  of the sun was obscured so muen as to create  a sh ado w: of peVsoris and things, jttst like  moonlight shadows.; t A' star 'Was distinctly  observable,\ The weather ;was clear' and  warm and the ;heat fell very much as the  eclipse increased;^:������������������������������������.       V;~; ;{.,',,  Richer.���������Mr, Gailagher, ;a member of the  Galiforbia co*; William creeks says he has dis-.  .covered;.'.' a[ quartz reef .which he helieve9 to  be richer in gold than any yet lately discovered..- The decomposed rock give3 excellent  prospects. .The ;Gold Commissioner has  given; permissionfio prospect the reef for two  mouths;;withoiit^rfecprding, and Mr. G. intends sbpn:tto commence prospecting it* The  reef is near Sao wshoe' mpuntaiii.  ^FiSH^The salmon:run this year must be  an extraprdinari !y large oriC Sal m o n b a ve  ���������been taken in; Ahtlet;creek, Bear lake and  other waters; that,coiltribtite to Fraser river.  Travellers say they have seen salmon in the  Rocky'rhountains/ ���������;We wonder if they travel  overland ? -There ia ������rater conaection al l tho  way., ;:���������;..: ;.,,.;> .^,^ ;- = *r.'--'.���������^���������;;; :'���������.���������.-  ���������; Another.--A. mincr on Mosquito creek is  ntDtrin^a^^ii'ner'il^ intersect a quartz reef  which'he ha8;discoyemd.?: We.hope that the  test ;quarte-;m thcro  will '':������������������ .be;v;considerable^disappohilmen t and  much labor;spent in vain,   v: \).;;:  V ExrREss^Barhard's express^arrived at  jBarkervilleiipn, .Saturday; .morning, at pix  orciock, aridjiejV oil Monday morning, with^  Messrsr;'Spraut;: and"Fanning>: for "Victoria,   and^C. Beak; for the" 108-niile: house, a9 paa-;  sengersi';:':- _       - ' . ���������:      ....  >v^^;Fi3TJ.'s ^bpj?EE has tibj? stood the test  of; tiieiast ei^ht-. years/; has J superseded en- .  tirelyil^iimportediGhartrea^ and is' ������������������>,  no w kept and jojd !;by all respejetab lc dealers....  ,'      THE WMBR^^STXON.  ''."';";  '������������������ Editor Sextinei* :���������-I have noticed in th������;  cbiumpspf^y pur^journal for some "time past  repeated :c6mmuhicatipns;and suggestions on "  ihe; su^ct ;6f:j^ supply  of ^water;; for -mining 'purposes ;bn William  ertek and -the^^ creeks in its- neighborhood,  aiiriHo^met.;it-seems somewhat curious that it  >hould;2up^bave^occurr^ tpAthe persons so -  ^ee^y impressed with; tes subject, l;hat the ;  only,;or:;perhaps I sbouldvsay;^hojinost potent  way to procure; what; they want is to stretch  forth -their} hands;Ubd.-help themselves. In  ;thiBlasin^other7case8;the;^ will not  come tb^tbe prophet;^1 ^s'ee inconstantly asserted^^ that; tlie ''cr<eeks^in;.'.tbi8^:.neighborhood  are rich, and'the.lack of water is dep 1 ored as  the on ly p reveritati ye of a; good ly y iel d ^ of  gold.. Stagnation in}business,.depopulation  and other evils are predicted as the inevitable  resi-It of- nfin-ihticryentionin your behalf hy  Gov eminent���������but 'what I should ro u gh 1 y c.ai i  a want of enterprise in the people of William  creek. You wail plaintively enough for governmental assistance, but it is yconceivabla  that the province of a government is not to  imprpvatise, but to foster and protect the industry of its people. Help yourselves, and  your friends will like you.-; ��������� "  If there is no sincerity in the assertions I  see so frequently flourished on this subject,  why do those interested not go to work and  obtain the information that would enable  tb em tb u til ize the water that is so li b oral 1 y  lavished throughout the country ? There is  a great deal.in these plaints we see so much  of that; would have a tendency to lead discontented people to a conclusion unfavorable  to~ the oft-repeated assertion of the riches in  store for those who provide themselves with  water. It is asserted for the "sum of $1000  the question of the practicability of getting  water might be set at rest. I believe it could  be-done for less j:and I know that for a very  much snialler sum it was offered to be done  last autumn. rf If, however, the future of your  country, which as has been said may be so  niu'ch influenced and enhanced by the ac-.  qiiisition of the desideratum in question, and  that the initiatory step yet to be taken to  secure it, is priced less than a thousand  dollars, lam inclined to think that after all  there may be sceptical people who will say  it is a delusion and a snare.  18G9. Jupiter,  '.   iv  J:  ��������� ������    'I  ���������r ifrr  ���������;���������:    Kl  -v.  'J'  I*.  Aug. 6,  ROAD TRAFFIC.  The following are the teams and trains  which left Yale during the week ending July  31st:  July 25.���������Jesus Garcia, for; Barkervillc,  "with 7200 lbs. goods for Kwong Lee. Jacinto  Pazos, for a market, with 7200 lbs. goods on  own account.  July 28.���������Ah Cbn, for Forks Quesnelle,  with 4900 lbs. goods for He Tie, Ab Lye,  for Forks Quesnelle, with 4800 lbs. goods for  K.ai Kee.  f-.,.;-������  ^JUiUitm imi&tmia  BRKSM  -.���������i4 At theB ran t, 6 n t., A ssizes, las fe week,; a  breach: of promise of marriage case was tried.  The  plaintiff wa3 Mrs. Myres, a widow: of  ; thirty years of age, with three; ctiiidren ; and J  the  defendant  was^ a young man named  Harris.    The juiy  boo tlied   the   widow/s  Wounded spirit by a verdict of $500.  During  the  trial several letters  from the loving  swain to the charming widow were: read, one  of which we reproduce. " It is certainly a  model love letter, and it is no wonder that  the jury made Harris pay handsomely for  writing it.   It is as follows :  My DtfAn Mrs. M.,���������-Every time I think of  you my heart flops up and down like a churn  dasher.   Sensations of unutterable joy caper  over it like a young gouton a stable voof,\ "���������������'������'* "Ul*������������������������*������*' ������ "������"'.*  and' thrill  through it like Spanish needles j^hc last resting place of  Toti are fairer than a spOckled pullet,  sweeter;, than a Iraakee; doughnut fried in  sorghum molasses, brighter than a topknot  plumage on v the head of a moscovy duck.  You are candy* kisses,: raisins; pound cake  and sweetened toddy altogether*  If these few remarks^^ 'will;enable you to  see the inside of iny soul, and me to .win  your affections,." I shall be .'-as'; happy ^as a  wood-pecker in ';a'* cherry^tre^or^a stage  horse in a green pasture. If yon cannot reciprocate my thrilling passional will;pine  awaylike a jpoisbned bed bu^ and fall a\y*ay  from the flourishmg vine of lir^.:an^nt}niely  branch ; and in,the"comingyears, when the  shadows growjfrohi ihe hills^and the: philosophical frog.:'sings his cheeMl ;evening  hymns, you, happy in anotlier's lovejcan  come and drop & tear and catch a cold upon  VICTORIA ADVJERliSEHENTS;  BAILEY'S Hotel,��������� Laiigley street,' Victoria; W still  . open for the accommodation of travellers and  tlie Table and Bods are-kept in tho ��������� usual satisfaetofv  *}?& '��������� ���������:���������:'������������������-.:.:.,������������������-;;���������;���������--:���������':?���������������������������.���������������������������''��������� v--::;\  '���������    em*  TAILOR,   GOVERNMENT; STREET, *ilCTORLA.  Orders from up-coun try punctua Ily' at tended: to.  ���������LOW&BRd;  importers .and  Commission.   Merchants,   Insurance  -'-'' ,'"���������':"-;/;: ��������� ���������:���������'���������'Agents j "-"etoi,-V'."';W:-'��������� V" ;������������������;���������*'��������� ;*���������  Wharf Street,  'V -,.���������/���������;.���������'; ������������������.;>���������/.��������� '.^'. \. Victoria, W J.  ;/:,;,;;Ft. ro pi & ts- $���������������������������������:���������s  Tailor, (Successor to E. Read,) G-pvernment  ���������-.;'. 3 ���������     Street,':Victoria.;.;: '"_:>/.���������   ;��������� ^���������'-'^  Orders attended to wi th care arid despatch.-icM^  through a pair of tow. line trowsers. ��������� As a  gossling swimmeth  with delight in a mud-  . puddle, so swim I in a sea of glory. ��������� Visions  of ecstatic rapture thicker than the hair of a  . blacking brush, and brighter than the hues  of a humming birds pinions, borne on their  invisible  wings, your imago stands before  me, and I reach out to grasp it, like a pointer  snapping at a blue-bottle .fiy.   When I first  ' beheld your angelic perfections I was bewildered, and my brain whirled around like a  bumble bee under a glass tumbler.   My eyes  stood open .like cellar doors in. a country  i town, and I lifted up. my ears to catch the  'silvery accents of your voice.   My tongue  refused to wag, and in silent  adoration   I  drank in the sweet infection of love as a  thirsty  man  swalloweth a tumbler of hot  .whisky punch.   Since the light of your face  fell on my life, I sometimes feel ps if I could  lif^myself up by my boot-strap* to the top of  the church Bteeple, and pull-the bell rope for  singing school.   Day and night you* pre in"  my thoughts.-   Whom Aurora-, blushing like a  bride, rises ftpm.her saffron-colored couch ;  -   when tbo jay-bird pipes bis tuneful lay on  the apple tree by the spring house-? when  the chanticleer's shrill clarion heralds the  coming  morn ;   when   the   awakened. pig  ariseth from his bed and grunteth, and gocth  for this  morning  refreshments-; when   the  . drowsy beetle wheels to droning flight at  sultry no on-tide p and when the lowing cows  come home at milking time, my heart seems  stretched clear across my bosom.   Your hair  is like the mane of a sorrel, horse powdered  with gold ; and the   orass  pihs  skewered  through  your   waterfall  fill   me   with unbounded awe.   Your forehead is smoother  than the elbow of an old coat.   Your eyes  ; are  glorious , to^ benold.    Trr���������:��������� their 1 iquid  ; depthsI see legions of little clipids.,bathing,  li ke. a; cohor t o f an ts in an ol d army cracker.  .:->Wheii; theii* fire hit me on my manly ��������� breastlt  penetrated my whole anatomyv;as.a load of  ��������� lhird-shot through a rotten apple.   IToixi? nose  is from a chuhk-pf Parian marb 1 o,';and. your  ; mouth is puckered with;sweetness:   Nectar  ��������� lingers on your lips, like honey on a bear's  .������������������ paw j^and myriads of unfledged kisses are  there, ready-to ^y out and light somewhere,  like: -blue-birds  out .of their parent's nest.  '������������������ Your laugh rings in my ears: like . the wind-  ; harp\ strain, or the bleat of -a-stray lamb" on  ; a  bleak  hiir-side.   The  dimples  on. your  cheeks are like bo worsen bedsof roses, or j  hollows in cakes of home made, sugar.  Yours/ affectionately,..- ... ���������':  :;^.r...;'; '\:'!y\SA0���������'-{.:   Harius..  STEAMERS, EXPRESS, FORWARDING, &c.  Danielson's  nel  R. CHARLES DANIELSON desires to inform  Traders, Packers, Travellers and others that tho  Road from I>og Prairie to the 16-Mile Post beyond  Qucsnolmouth is now open and in good condition for  Pack Trains and Stock,-anti that there is abundance  of good feed throughout. There is a house of enter-  tainment at the bridge. jc!2  T.  SHOTBOLT  Disponsmg Chemist and;Druggist, Importer of  >.��������� Iish Urug,?, Chomicjus, Patent Medicines and  -  ,     ' ��������� ^    PerfUmeryrVictoria," V. I. : ���������  0rS ,,ri?���������nthc uP-C0������nfy punctually attended to  ^aj i, ij>69. 6m  D.  SPENCER,  Importer of Books   Stationery, and Fancv Foreign  ��������� M^niifactures, ' b'  .Vay.lll8TTSTREE^VICT0,UA>fiVc:.  latest approved'scfon^ifi? w ?���������in *%SSShf ^  ^ Groceries^ X)rv Go"od<?" t?.v - Dll!?il  FRESH ^^^S^fe'������#S  ways on hand, Eneiish ami nUl������fe^lc wic?.   1,'  npiTIS hotieohas  A    voliors.  ������f Liquors at  ���������an * ~  ON THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE AND ONT THE FIRST  .   au'd 15th day of each month thereafter  i*ess  el's  Will despatch  A FAST FREIGHT TEAM FROM YALE..  Slaking the trip to B.irkcrviHo in about M days.  Until further notice,  RATES   OF   FREIGHT  /By Chese teams, on allpnrcrls of 50 lbs. and'upwards  will  be  Wagon and Carriage Waters,  Blacksmiths, etc., Government St., Victoria, between;  Johnson and Cormorant Streets, west side.  Orders from the ripper country solicited and attended  to with dispatcJi.  May!, 1809.   dm  '-   -25  exclusive of i?oad Tolls.  per lb,  Telegraph   Hotel,  STORE Street, buttvecn Herafd and F/sijftrd, Vicio'  ri a. Mea I s a t a 11 hou r.������. B oar< I and Lod^i i\g pe r  week. $5 50 @*$6 50 . Per day, "$1. Single-meals,  37 1-2 cents.    Beds, 50 cents.      . J  ANDREW ASTltfCO, Proprietor.  May 1,1869. Cm  BIIITISII   COLUMBIA  [Ineorporafca bS Royal CtaHer, 18C2].  MS  m  CAPITAL,  Wilh power to Jncfw������i������  $2,500,000;  PrATOHMAKBR,  JEWKLLEH    AKD   EX-  AfP V ...S^^r, Government street, next to tho  CL&a St. .Nicholas Hotel, Victoria   V   r      n������  otera and Watches cleaned rSnfro/l  n'ni , C,,ra"������n>-.  Every descrintion of J^JiZP"!    ��������� *h*   v^ranted.  ,U1xi!;i?'l?^tal 6-nsrartbg neatly executed. '  May I, 1S69.  Plain  Cm  charged accordingly.  feihippers may depend on the regularity of these  teams, for whether with lull freight or not they will  come through.  my 14; 1869. F. J. T3 A UNA RD.  Barnard's Express.  th6 following Koriday,   Tho Express ��������� ��������� will close ev cry  Sunday night at 9 o'clock. .:-. ' _ '  . For rates Of Freight and passage, applv to -'���������"  ��������� , Jun e 30V ��������� - ��������� Ago.h t, Barkervi He.  AID mmi 46EIGT.  Gk C. Q-EROW,"  CARRIAGE   AND   WAGON'    BUILDER,  Corn or Go voru rh'ch t :i t] d Pa n dora SI ree is}  Kast side, Victoria, V. L,  Executes orders for every description of vehicle,    a  generd assortment oM\r*igons always on Intnt!,  May 1,1S09, Cnj-ur for Cash. Cm  A.    CAS  ���������Wholesale Dea   . ._  Groceries,   Provisions,  Htyana.Cigars,,and Fronch. Preserves, .  Yates Street,    :'��������� - - . ���������   -. '.. * .    Victoria,. V. I., B. C.  >V:    A. OILMORE,  ERCHANT   TAILOR  ; ��������� YATES STEKKT,  ���������alor in���������  Drafts issued on the-Banksbranches  IN  VANCOUVER. ISLAND - VJCT0RU; ='  In the United States :  CALIFORNIA,   -      -   SAN FRANCISCO/  OREGON,       -      -       PORTLANn;  NEW FORIC,     -   Messrs. Bkt.i :& Qkmr).  Agents, for the Bank of-Monirojij.  ON CANADA���������The Bank of Montreal.  ON SCOTLAND���������The British  Linen Cow-.-.  pany's Bank!  ON IRELAND���������The Bank of rfelatJ*!  ON MEXICO and"SOUTH AMERICA-IV  London  Bank   of   Mexico   and  SuiUh  America.  ON ENGLAND���������Tho Bank ofilrtt^li Coluni-  l,ia���������Dead Office���������East India Avenue,  LeadculialI street.  $������  GOLD BUST AND BARS PURCHASED  Received on Deposit, or Advances mHcteyti tlnm.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted on Victoria,' San Francisco, Furl land, mi  ���������:���������'���������-['���������     Now Vorkr.   . ��������� ..v'-.  Every .description of Banking Business transacted.  '���������'������������������ fJHARLBS S. JONES, Agent, :  WiJllam Crock, Cariboo.  KM  J am dying to fiy to thy presence, and pour  out the burning eloquence of my love; as  ' thrifty housewives- pour; out hot coffee.  Away from you I am as melancholy as a sick  rat. Sometimes I can hearUhe Jane bugs of  despondency buzzing in-my ears, and feel  the cold lizards of despair crawling down my  back. Uncouth fears, like a thousand minnows, nibble at my spirits ; and my soul is  pierced with doubts, as an old cheese is  bored with'skippers.  My love for you is stronger than the smell  of Coffey's patent butter or a kick of a young  cow, and more unselfish than a kitten's cater-  wall. As a song bird bankers for the light  of day, the cautious mouse- for the fresh  bacon ifr the- trap���������as a lean pup. hankers  after newjmilk so I long for thee...  attend to all kinds of commissions, "&c.   Collecting  will also be attended to. * ju&t .  Letters, Parcels; &c, for the��������� above places can'be  leftjjit the following places :'.  The Skxttxel 00*1 ce,   -   -   -.-   Barkcrville.  Rennie's Shoe Store,   -   -   -   -   BarkervJIIe  . ��������� FrAWoiclMV     -   -   -   -   -   - :J?/ch.field.  Important   to_ Traders ! i  A U4* HEIGHT  CONSIGVPD  to  t   ������  mission. AGENTS; m*>frcc of ������*������-  most approved styles.  :   All orders fro ni C'a ri b oo pi oin p tly a 11 en (led to.   ���������'���������������������������" .  ���������Mayl, 1$SS.        '     ' 6m  FELL   &   FINLA'YSON,  Tea -and? Coffee Salesmen,  , Fort street, Victoria, V.I..  Ppar c no c/Tor t i n s eleci i n g a nd k e e p i ng a n: ass o r t-  ment of the choicest articles that can be obtairivcl^r  To large consumers they offer every facility as regit r< 13.  prmns   udfjnaljty. myl Cm  ;B  Miners' Provision Store;  BARKERVILLE, V     ,  woir  its'  Mlllnrd & Beodv.  Victoria.  }    )  Barkerv-iile, April I7th, 18C9.  Dcnouvion k. Knrtz  Barkcrville.    .'  T z  New Groovy a���������a himov  CHOICEJI Lianoiis, vmss, . ',������������������  LONDON  HOUSE.  GOVERNMENT STREET, VfCTOKIA.  WHOLESALE     AN X>     RETAIL  J. H. TURNER & CO'-,  Hnglis-fi" and French Silks, Shawls, Dresses  Underclothing, Gloves, and every  description of Drajwy Goods. ^  Rec e i v e r egu hi r s irp.pl ��������� os by Exp ress, via Pa ������ a ma  and l)y s.i-ilii)^ vessels, via CajK! rioru.  /JG?r Pit r11cuhi r atten Lion giVen'to a 11. ordcrs. **������&  London Firm���������J. P TvxutALt & Go. ���������  ESTABLISHED, 1858.  ROBERT   BURNABY7  LAND AGENT, Etc.,  CovEuyaiiiM' Stjikkt, victokia , V. f,,  A T this Estahlishmeai will always he found a  JrX    ��������� ... selected and Varied assortment of tlie  FRESHEST GROCERIES' & PROVISIONS  .     IN CARIBOO.  ALSO���������4A good selection otClothlng, Hard������ra������,iSm  and Crockery.   Beat-hraVids of Tobacco,  ���������   Mcdicinesi etc.", etc,' j,;._'������������������;=...;'.  ^BostiJavqiNQdfloc^vRo^sfed;aha .Ground DiliY.;  Tho JiATl Is fully, supplied wit-lV" the choicest  Ha wind' Cl gars, Win cs a n d Li q uorb*.  I trust by strict attention to business, ami fofr>n<|.  scjunro dealing to merit a continuance ol the liberal  patronage heretofore extended to me.  t of HEYWOOD'S co 1 cb ra ted BACON I  Sm'  A large 16.  _ ...  for sale, ;it ;t very low 'ilgure  Feb. '20, 1869.  Barkcrville, July 12,1869  Agent.  jui-i lw  yQn^vMM1?**  panctunJlyaticndedLo  Oni  J. S. THOMPSON,  FINING   W   COMMISSION  .4 CCOTJNTANT,   t\   Agent, Barkervillo. ,  ,  Mining Companies' Books kept and adjusieu.


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