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The Cariboo Sentinel Aug 14, 1869

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 VoK7y  Barkerville,' WMaM  BvC^:;-Sjt#d9iy; -��������� An^t^XxSQW.  NoS30  -' ..X::M::  Tirl'0SPKl^lrrip:L  ��������� j:OTRY ^v^NaaspA^ and Saturday;  it o.B:,^^r,H^q L% 0 W A'Y./'  r,Sal>seripti^n, $1 pjjrtircelc (lncjucling cost  ol^i;7cry)^j>ayablfi'to jthe carrier.^  "0 mci^B&kerylife: (next door to Alaiiotta's  .'��������� ^; Tvi;Grocery' Store).;* ,,-,,-���������,,���������.- ,:  'Ag^ut^'for the^Cdribdo'Soniahei.!'' ,.  Qn^siiel mon th,: Mr%fiI ou *1\0/Barnard'.%;Express 0 ffi ce  Soila,Cn?ek, ������:|^.-|Di ",.��������������������������������������������������� ;-..-,,., ������(l .���������*. ^' BarnarAis. Express  - Vii le,. 4<i&&J:j ,ii Ur. *&vans, -.*'*^ do- - >*'���������.���������- * <*> do ���������>���������������:  N(vw )Vestinln3ter,-���������  V i c tor! a ���������,"��������� -:..:' irl'.^^ ���������.���������'���������������  :L.:lV'KishprM;;  '*;���������? \  ���������'   V^"    >"'���������"*    M^fr'  Clurjcson & Co,.  A. Lyne-    fi  ������S:ia PfaftclHCO  smally/ hard substance %; met. ;By;'testing.j^;.     j   LEGAL NOTICES, &c-  -A 'NEJtt FRGSItI3CT������p fcltlfil^ ^  Ia Connection^? th^te .-same, ���������macbinev a  solid'jjqr/-Gon\^x''-b6a(!"4S;nUdJn/drHling.:fQ'r  blasting purposes, or to;-find^oabbeds oroft;:  this can be driven fro in 800' io 10001 feet; of  course, by tb is bead n o bore is ob tained1; 'fa  machine is; now making to bore with the solid  head a hole 600;feet, in; lehgtb, and:7 Inches  in ���������diamqteiy to' liberafe'\tb������^  lilale a mine.' *       "'',���������."      ;*  This drilljis to beniitroduced dn Cbloradoi  the  owners  having...^contracted 4o   run  a  contractors to be'finisliedir   t':foni   SO 'io.;40i  .days- frb'rn/ihe lime of commencement ��������� '  ^.^ei^  inches   ���������?.<  - C(TXDJir7;V:I  'cal.  wn,; Confer I  ni;,:;'  [CA���������The-  id. SoiiitM  >li OoIhhi-  j  Areufi^ ���������  jwmi  )ii litem.  m  Hand, ami  9  sSs|������s  9  ���������  m  WES'-  ml'  I  in  ������1  p  pi'  IS.  to a lie n'gagjet! in mi u in|f ��������� o perati o ns: .'��������� .,    * * ;  IW rp-ceiii va* tialiio:- rriecharii cal^ ap gUaacos'  feet;orprpspecting, and;is cxpee-tedtto/sboi",  .the., nature and .��������� qn al i ty -of.' ore- take n flrpni  yfcS  CE. .  lid a Well"  tbe  ISI0N3  urns'.- El  cost  fniran'tl.  jlibGraf  AC0KI  3m-  3D TO.  Jiirkor-  .RS is-  mill Atones and I bafii snlistances; and "i-fftW-  y.c jre agrt' a;French"engineer, Moinsi'Lescboffj  cmculy-eti. th������jsiwa:of jirllHn^ynxmines-and  q tarries by tha- direct ^JVpn Ilea lion of pure  ���������jz^P^x-^yx^^y~yy^iy^ :;;;;'.;.,,',"  ^ ^[Te^priTrctple is a very Sih^f^OT^wiiTOnr  ���������iVM will 'brieflys'rxjilaiiv to onr- readers. yThe.  .power-employed ^  |hj: wer-i -j; 'the onginev a ti ~ osci lla ti'or V is mpon a  cast ironi h'xiuv; Wbich also sustains an np-  rijxii t b o i! o r'.;������������������;������ i������ b.U e stack. - sh af I s of h y drat 11 ic  pipA sustainui^ driving gearJetc^ tbe^wbole  weight��������� about;���������3,^)00 pounds.LTli^driH proper^  :pii%ihj,r (hroiigh a.screw shaft,^consists:ofea'  t-1ba 1 ar bar. ttiadef of commoh gas pipej, jyith  a sieel or com position.bo ring head, also hollow ; upon the end of this.hollow head.are  embedded a numbor ,pf. black,..tliam'opds, or  ch cup car bo n s r wh i ch are l6f ^qni te mod era te  v al ue comp a red wi tb the b ri gb tan d sp ark-  ling bri.Uia.ttts which embellisb the toilets;of  UwUcs.   ���������     './"-.'���������'    ���������..���������'���������������������������*��������� ������v,      ';  -These dlamonds cut?tbe.,, path,. wblle others  placedupdn tlie buteraiid inner peripheries.  eularge; the. cavifc,.a4^W^S^������^J*- ^'?- -Vpu  ������ktgelof Me drilling;vbar^ ;:.yke driUing^bar is  re?olved, with ':\ slight pressure, regulaied'1)cy  a, feeding screw, virom 400^: to ;800 times $  ioinuto;| the^res^  ������ppn: the; qiiality-'of, the material:bored. &X,:  In,ordinary''marble, 'four to^ixMinehes|per;  nihiiite: are easily ������ ut,: but '���������>whatever ��������� they:ma-  teriaU;be; ft ever sp-hard,'-of quartz, flint,-pr;  ev^n steel, it must yield befyre'tbe keenSdge;  of| the ; hardest; substahee; known iri; the arts;  Upon one cxperimeiitai trial thirteen inches  per minute were made in the Vermont marble,  near Rutland;-   Y'    '  By; the iise, o f. the h oil o w d ri 11 a per feet ��������� c ore-  is obtained of the- material'entered, and the  most sihgu 1 ar fealure is the ability of the  drill to extract successiye lengths of cores to  a - very great dep th. Th ig is - done "by ad ding  lengths of pipe, which are'.-firmiy screwed ��������� together.     .- -.,-;.,.-/ yyyyy^Xy  TLe pjp^e , beingJJiolJow, water is..,. forced  th ro ugh con ti n mil \y by ,,a small ��������� a team p um p -r  connected with the niainiengine^ which discharges ' itself: between; the;' diamond teeth.  c arry lag all the fine grit and b o rings on ts 1 de  the pipe to the pMnti of:commencement. The  feeding-gear of ihe drill is so regulated as to  correapand.' "with: the. hintdnoss of Ihe. material  being, bored, siipping; harmlessly,, -but at a  Musp; "���������' though mod ^ra'ter ratef: wbenan \m\u  is thus expected to' be, obtained/ Fori.thfs  con tracts tee I 'pipes Of ^ffreat strenfftb ar&tie?  ������-���������,'"'. .       ��������� r   :     ���������'������������������    ������������������.y,     ' --  ��������� ���������������������������i>a'.' '.i',*7."A  big���������;:miidfe;t-^Compressed "ay: will\be;,used,  compressed at Ihe month^of ihe 4nnneL and  conveyed to the driU by^ 'pipes;���������' For.^drdin^  fo ur of the d ri I Is can be-Avorked. iu a space-pi-  six by Six with.compressed air. ' .  X 3IODKRN-civilization;resis-'Mipbnrvtliev,bfa%;  and bands of;the stilled mechanic.". If; tins  axiom  needs practical demonstration -it--.will,  tbefoiindpf \the:'-'-'mo8t:--flin^1e.'-:kind5!o-an.;ex?  ami n aii on of th e Sp an ish Am e He an c ou n tries  ly i ng so ii th of us.   Th e re i n tel 1 ectu al; de velv  opme>!;:.of a iugh. ifmot: dt lire^highest,1 charf  ac^is to bo'' found? All 'the-' questions ;o|  theology and ��������� o f .poll tics, th e ar ts b f logic an^d  uf d i p io m acy, tbo tr u ths of ;Sci eh ce and 1 he  as pi rati 6lis of ar t' ar e, stud ied, co mprehe nded  and i used th,eorctical 1 y i n a high .degree.*: rBht���������  the skilled, lab or Jwtiich can.pnt in form an d  sh ap e, the- m iiUitu d in bus 'requi remenls of the  muid?are'entirely waiitlhg;'������������������From/the steam  enjrine to:the"smallesfc'articlo.6f use or orna-  ment, all- must bo made abroad. -The result-  is that in M1 those coun tries civilizadon is decay ing and society isTdropping^ to piecjes,  Wkbthei decay ofcthe* apprentiec system; in  th e If iii ted States lias co me a fear ful decay of  American- sidlle d 1 ab or.;' An e x am i n a tip n o f  our workshops to-day will reveal the astounding-fact that their best workers in iron are all  Englishmen,.or, Scotohmen,, and their best  workers';in  wood arc Germans.   The complete craftman's skill is seldom possessed by  an American, and-the reason of it is because  we do not apprentice out* boys to learn any  trade, thoroughly.���������[N.Y. Herald.  Ir appears from an article in, the Sacramento Union, that the San Francisco speculators swindle the farmers of California. Their  game is to publish.the-prices of wheat at n  lower rate than the gruio is worth, and by  this dodge they are enabled 16 purchase from  the farm e rs at c o r rcsp on ding ra t es. Says the  Union : "Such a system is a disgrace to a  co m mere ial co m mu n i ty th a t to 1 era tes i t, a n d  the sooner public opinion is brought to bear  in-bcbalf of the producers.the.better it wi 11  be for the State." i   '   ^|tfcCA^TKE W^pcoasetl -}������Restate.  X\ tii; pMsons wild tiro tiKlelit^l to ;��������� the ahr������ve Rnate  ������������������iX: Carbxequlrcd Ur pay the amounts due jforthwltli,  aiid aU::,purspii9^,^who haveivrniy claim* ngairist-the  aljpvp.;Estate are required to mnd iri their accbiiuts  ;6h or;;>bef6re tho-28th tiny of'Octftlic'r, 1660, to      -  CHAS, R. I'OObEV,'f5 ;,'.-  OIQclul AUmluiMrjilor.  ;;I)^|diRlchneId, 23th July, 1809,-. ..'.;���������      ju31 lm..;  ?TBAAf|g^B^r^  EXPFiE^S  MTf8?OTp������EMI3 COUaT OF>THT3MAIN^  fef :e$ LlND Ol? BRITISH COLIBIBIA; X,:'  In the' metier of th e Esla te and -EftVc ts' of WI Lt J AM*  i I >W^1^I^NARD? deceased,: Intesta;t������.  -1  :s���������c|*soj|is���������>. whP" h.av(^7any :c.laiins-again!  ;.#ov������'^piiflvrfry reqiiireti to'������p'u4 in;theiv ii'ccounUs on'  or rti eftf&4he 11 th day of Sep tern hw. 1800,. to  vv:-r-.T^"      ���������      ..   ',. CHAS. fe POOLRV,   *^ri  tX.. V .     -/.. Oinoha-'AaministratoTi Y:  ichfiel^UIhJane, 13G9. y je!6 td".  IN,: J&\,.SUPREMe:COURT. QF.   THE  JfAigr/ASD' OF BRITISirCOLUHClA'. ,r.  :In th&v$x trr of; th ty Es tate aiid BiTeola. of MtCH AEI j ���������  '   ��������� G&RShZY, d'eceiscfd, iuto|tECte. - :  - i T-Lp*:f;ou-; vdn~> ar.: m-lebtotito the ahovr Estnt.o'  itSffctiUilfid tp;p-iy tn^a^noiiiits'<hib forthwith \  'iiT\'iiVAyffitf8(*xi&0\}^  natefl|Richftcldj' 2ith Jmic;18l59^M    ���������' X: IgeliO  XQ ifRKEUVn.LE. X  ;Feb. 6; 1869. ;,/;'!.-   '        \    *  pB*T������$uh GoFi'EE has now stood the test  of "the last eight year?, has superseded entirely thei-raported Chartres ColTee, aud is  uowkept and so Id by ail respectable dealers  Van \,Vol^0^bTttg.^;.;Oa'  BABK^EVI-L'LlD;t;KiCdffJBLI>r"lANP  MOSQUITO QEEEK.-    ^  ;; Aeiapiily bf^frbshjineatof all descriptions constantly  on-hand,-*/'   ���������.. - ������     ���������- '   ���������'��������� .���������'-.. X'" ' ��������� ��������� " : -���������   "_' "    "  F .  N E U F E-ll DE Ry  ^:T;OIl";i'GFW" A,N:D^kC-.6 M;M;i S S/I.O.N v  ���������\:-X"; X'X.y X^iow&WiBtyX -.-yX-r: ������������������':  -: ��������� JBSr* Produce from the, agricultural districts received  and mouqy advanced on consignmeuts.      Jy24 2m  A. iMcPliersbn, r.:  WATjCHMftKER  V-   ;;-,   ������������������'���������:'-' -'..^���������J^S>.tt X ... .;.   '    :���������'- ��������� ���������  > ji;Wii'LER5:   !  BARK^VILLE. ^   i   V  g5Barkcrville^ay^-l8UV.':;::::;;'-'.';^-/        r::-X  :-  -    - -   - :        '      " -    .������������������'...���������. ��������� ... ���������  ;       SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  "''���������'��������� . fi v-. '"���������: v'^'akd ':'i'-'!( . ''"������������������ -.."'���������: .--";:  C >;, ft I b b;x5 ;;;:rl;.B;fcM.':E:> .,���������:  . . ;     .      BY JAMES -A^DKRSON.   V  price,. :."./���������',:. -;: ;; ;: 'one dollar;  Korsftlcat the Sentinkl Office,, and forwarded by  post, lYccof chaige.   ; .' '; .. V my29-  Barnard's ^Express;  '&Hy.t*  ': y J.. X/yxX %C:->;;^vi|i;ciespatchii-. 'if:  A FAST*FREIGHT .TEAM FROM YADBj"' "  Ahtklng'thctrip. tb; Bsirkerville in aboat^lCdtfyfe^i'-.:^  ���������    ������ ���������       :        Until, further notlco,        - ' ^,    ',.  RATES   OF ^FREIGH^-W-; ^  By,these teams, on all-pircelK of .50 lbs. and upwards ,.  t.  "*_"-'"     ���������*.'���������",���������'!: ': will" b# "' V /   ,;'" ���������"',;; *' d; v. ;'.  25 Geiits>per ��������� lb^^  ; -  exclusive<ir. Road^.Tulis.,, "���������;���������"/,-��������� -,'.   ���������  UXX-./'  , Pftrties' .shlppingi by :tU"eso teftms;must?ordor goo^a ;f,  to���������"be In;trkeil' y:Per' Biirnafl'g':Rsiirejss, SLCiW"^-.>  Othorwisp thftV; will -be1 i'ent' by regular ^xjircssani!^^  .icbargcd,-ttccor(lingly: ��������� ��������� v     -   -* /       ���������,T *������,. i  ���������;; Shlnpers. may 'depend ��������� on the'roguiiifity. ot lliftso X  ieams, for; whether with full jfrelgh t. or - not they 'w 111 ��������� i*  iGOmc through. M ��������� ������������������ '������������������������... , . ;. '��������� y .: \ : "^  T. May 14y 18Gft." ;      ,v ?   X l  ������������������ FV;J.".BARtf AUT>.     *  Baraai^'s^^i^s?.;  0,\? a ������ d ttftnt July 3; i, a n d un 111 far I he r tirttoe. <ilw  1 ��������� R'jgiilar Wrnkly��������� EsprVrsp will',arrivs ��������� at \\$rker-  ville on SATUftpAY-MORN1NO- and retura at ft a.' x&  , the, folio wing Mmi day.r; .The; E xp rcss; wilt oliisc c v cry(  Sunday night at 9 o'clock^  " ��������� .' ������ :    v    \ ':'���������';,   ���������  ���������X< ������������������ ~y ���������>��������� ry:'"vAgijnr/iBJrlccrrillv;  June 30.  ���������t.K'  MD;:GEI  Bf-. Mj^. arrival ..at, B.v^cjrVfljQ, o^riyx-ry Hail ani  v   'EJy ro :-\1&}X,; liAilOVT will leave1 Barker villi  w-ith-ar.* Ex= 'rossjfor- tho j/olloiyinif:; Crocks ^Grouse;,  Steyeus,.^lifornla, W^ol*", ,Antk*r,.Cuuutngham.r liar-:  vfly;Snowshoo,'Kuithley'aiid.' Goose Creeks. 'Ho will  atti'iid :to all J kinds. M��������� icommlsslons^; &c.'0 ��������� Collecting '���������  will.: aIsohoattrnded;to...v J.r:X'X.:;.':XX X:.t::..$u2i--y  Letters,1 Purcels,&cfj for tlie; above places' can ^be '  lort^Lttheibllowingfplaccsr^ ^XXyr^yi f'tsa i-'iX^yXy  The Sen'tinb:. pltice, '-   T- ,-  rP.arkervill,^  -7  .      Ronnie's Shoe Sf>re, -v- .-';���������' 'Af-f VBnricervfil'J  .   F. Neuielder,-, -:,;-:. -:. ->.>   Rlchacld.:;-  Danielson-s; Bridge^ Ques-;  ���������   -w;> fy^ei^Riyer^^ ;v,. '-^x ^  MR. CttAlltRS DAis'IEtSOX, desl rjs :.;to in form  - 'fradors;( Packer?, Travellers :ahd otber^ that'ink"  Road from Dog, Prui ric. to. th0 ;16/iiiIo. ��������� Post beycind;  Quc'sheimbuth isI now open''.aiid in "good condition for  pack .Trains nniUStockj; ratixlHliat there is abundauco  of good feed throughout. Tberejls a house of.euter-  tainment at tlie bridge; .    ,   |e!2 "(l  Important  to ;Traders!  !  Sheet and Cast Iron Stovies  BEET IRON.:  AUiJOBBt^O WORK-IN T1\T, COPPER, Sheet  t \. I run, SSin c and, Lead Piping-, a tte n d ed "to will)  promptness, and. warranted, to give, entire sati?"  1'lCliou'.  Hardware,- Iron & Steel,  Blastihg; Fowclerr. ���������;  HARNESS,    Etc,    Etc,  FOR SALE..  .   B. PEARSON���������& BROS..,  .'.' Barkerville.  hL ��������� FREIG HT; CONSIGNEI); TO J. -. O. : BE ED.V,  Yale, B,;o., will bo .forwarded to. any. pvrt of  the Colony, on the most reasonable terms;-free of commission;. ���������;     V      AGENTS:      ;; '  Millard & Beodv, .. \      Dcnouvion k Kurtz,    )  Victoria.   '.   |             Barkerville..        j  Barkerville, April 17111/1860. ���������  ILL! A  IE  .   BOOTMAKER, .. .  OFFERS FO RI S AL E TII E U EST A SSOBTM EST O F  BOOTS to be found bu William Creek.  IJOOTo MADE TO ORDER,   ���������'' ���������     '       >  Warranted not to.be surpassed , by any made on tb  Pacific coast. .  GUM BOOTS CONSTANTLY OX HAXB,  REPAIRING done in the bvst manner, at slnrtest  notice.  In connection with the above, he begs ton< tify his  friends aud the public, that he has on hand a choica  assortment of GROCERIES aud DRY; GCODS, and  hopes, by keeping a w������ll selected stock on hand} to  merit a share of [utblio patronage. ...    " "-y ���������  ���������  J8S-OPPOSITE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA -=������&  Barkerville, May 5, I860. .'.    . ,  -: ���������  *$*yxi  \-'>-  my26  nm OLB IBM 'TORTS  At DkNOUYION & KURT3,  yXX~yxyk  ;XtgX0  . '"'i'X .'vJvQ  -.-<-  ---SimimKNM8K1&SniL  ��������� n   , ~........... ,...... .y/rr-^-jir.m' ;'������������������'��������� THE CARIBOO SENTINELIt0,lrmp'i:n<1-w,hT,tl" T f^8?*?be   -L_ :  I will, even to indulge in tbe  spirit of adven-  SATURDAY. AUGUST M. 181S9.  Tii 2 ca :ii noo "sa xfise u  Is published every Woduosday anti Saturday. All  adwrtis ;:iems inun led for insertion", must bo dcliv-  ere.l at litest at Six oxlcck, l\ M,, the day  bciorc  ei  publicarion.  turc, take a lojg journey-Mind come all  the  way  even  to  British Columbia. '*The Cana-  TO ADVERTISERS.  dian Government are moving in tliia/mnttar,  and we should endeavor to do soinetbtng 'towards linking Cariboo and tbe colony to tbe  chain of communication from Fort; William  on Luke Superior to Tete Jaune Cache in  tbe Rocky Mountains. Population IsVeaUb,  but the want of communication keeps population penned in its overcrowded centres.  The bane of the colony is its isolation from  tbe world. Less than a hundred miles of  communication only is required to tap tbe  stream of humanity east of tbe Rocky Mountains. If Government, luxuriating in indolent'ease, aw tl doing . no t h ing  b,u t/co I lee ting  A fri'.e axiom says~population   is;'.wealth. Inn<1 calling otit for revenue, revenue, oh, rev.  n  t. ^   tr.-i.i���������-1- it _,t;*?������������j .r- ..ii leiiue, will do nothing", let us endeavor to  do  All aavprtisomenls-(not inserted for any definite  period) will big. continued until ordered out, ami  charged for accordingly. .  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  All communications roust ho accompanied by the.  rer������l name an'I address of the writer *, not necessarily  With a vi nv of. publishing the same, hut as security  for its good faith. - .      v .-:  coxMUXucArrrox' Axr> vovvlatios:  if 11   be"applicab^"tbAthe co ndifcions of old i ^'M������^, w^{ do noiMn-. let as eudea-  ...      , , ti,  .,   something without Ibeir a?sistauce,  communities, how much   move  so   should  it J .   .  asking for entrance from tbe east into this  country. And wfty should tbey not seek to  coinp by the lowest pass, which would bring  tbeni within 80 miles of William creek?  From 'what   is   now   known,  it is  more  reasonable to suppose that the /trans-continental traffic may pass directly tb rough Cariboo than any where else, and it is quite in the  bounds of reason to believe that fearkerville  may yet become a centre of attraction  from  tbe East, greater than it has ever been:from  the West.    For  tho  continental   route   will  seek the best pass over the Rocky Mountains.  and from thence tbe most direct.route to the  sea. which would be either Bute   Inlet   or  Bentinck Arm.    Then bow Important it is for  tbe people of Cariboo  to  bestir   themselves  and make an effort at once to have the route  to Tete Jaune Cache surveyed.    And when  our   new   Governor arrives, let him be respectfully petitioned to enqitirorinto this matter, and qo doubt be will give it  that attention which the subject deserves.  FffrTY-XLYER.  NEW ADVBRG^SEMi^  a p ply> to those of ne w : oo es ?   Un d on b te d ly  large populations originate "new and increase  ox isi ti ng sou rccs o f weal tb.   Weal th s o 6ri������ i n-  a ted and iu creased.-; does not, however, find  its distribution co-extensive with population  Popn 1 a lion :and )weal tli ��������� rapid\y  increase i o  . I th c Un i te d K i n gd ������ in, but the b n 1 k  o f  t be  .: wealth" flows into the coffers of the few. China  'contains   the   largest   population   of   any  country in the world,, yet.; the  average condition of the people is not-perhaps, as. good  as that of the  inhabitants of.\BrUish Colum-  /���������trta.   AUbpiigh tbe bulk of increasing wealth  is fingered by tbe fctv, yet. the average condition: of the bulk of population  isvbettered:  OVERLAND COMMUNICATION.  Editor Sentinel :���������Al this age of the country that, there is no credible map of Cariboo  published, and that'that vast region\ beyond  25 miles norlb of this is perfectly  unknown,  are facts not at.all  creditable  to   that, large  staff of officials  known- as  the   Lands and;  Works   Department.' Nevertheless, the Chief  Commissioner did make a reporter 'minute,?  about a year ago: on.the subject of an Overland Coach Road through British.terriIorjr, in  w h i cl i'' h e. m e n tip n s t h e d i fle re n t. p ass esJ o ver  the Rocky Mouritains, and says that  accord  ing to Dr. Rue ihe Leather Puss  (of  which  Tete" Jaune Cache is at the western end) is  3,7 ti 0 fee t ab o ve  t h e  1 ey el' o f tb e  sea. a n d  much 1 o wer th a n any o i -h e r p a ������s. a od at the  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  I>UJVVltLE'S  CZLEBBATED OLD IRISH Wittsm  VAN    WfNKLF^F5SF  LiGIITXI.N-o CitBEK. ���������','-'-  HIN'ERS AND TRADERS^!! And  i,  ,���������   .      '  co������Suntl/rop]cm1SKlmnnorarhI??.la^ ������"��������� Stock  '      t������rs ^111 SCU G,,,,,,;-,"8-   Tiptop,!*  Orders P-mpUy nUeO, aa.i ^r^^ v7������h ���������- '  vVftted the social condition of the multitude.  And so of; other countries. In,spite, then, of  the lexiconist; who would hardly subscribe  toi tjj e <| efi n i 11 o n, i t may b o s a i d th a t p o p n I a-  tion \$ :>vealfch. In the same free spirit of  d is re gard f o r 1 i teral in te r p r e ta ti o n. i t. m ay  also  b e siii d ; tb a t com m Un j cati o ir is we alt b.  in o re to ad d ,16 th e.. wo r 1 d s, w cal th   tii an  an y  o Sis cr ar ti ff cial' co bi b in a ti ons of m at ter,  and  even,the"rude wagon rond is a great adjunct  to' the development  of riches.   Population  and communication  are wealth, and a country'may be.ever so rich  in natural resources  but nit bout tbe busy hum of humanity; and  facilities for. intercourse and travel, of  what  value are the rich gifts of nature ?' Multiply.  6iibdue and replenish the earth it  bas.been  ordained, and   that it might be fulfilled ho-  i'liug is ;yanting but tbe will, for everywhere  in what are called the wastes of the world  there is an abundance of material, awaiting  affirmative action to tbe command,   Considering the vast extent of territory,  its   great  natural  resources, and its scant population,  Bntish Columbia is yet nothing but a waste.  That it can and will  become  the country of  an immense population  there  can  bo  little  doubt when it is considered bow within, the  >:;dast:twenty-Iiye years hbuhtries -with limbed;  faci t i 11 es: fo r corn m 11 ni cation a va liable h ave:  ;   become the eite3 of populous and   thri ving  ���������e o rtjiiiu ri i fi es.\:. TTAven f y-fi ve yea rs,. hence  and  the rap id i n crease of p opnlation arid'? devel-  opemenvo^;;natural, resources observable mb������eivto penetraK^ beyond act-r>fti disfcancp.  doririfr i h e i w e n ty-fire years pas t, in what are. Under th es e ci r c 11 m s ta n e es, is it y n y w o n d e r  in *B:i,ilvsfi,;Co\nmV>ia; -But what should m ost  co n ce rn u s ia th e next five years wi thou t th e  twenty. It can hardly be said that our population is increasing :m.u.ch, and although in  the course of the next twenty-five years we  XMy count cur increase. by thousands, yet at  the present time a few hundreds >would make  a g re at d i ffer e n c e to . o u r a d va n tage. We  ,wa n t oy e r 1 an d c o m m t ml c at i o n. Wa ter co m -  movication, generally the, cheapest and  easiest, docs not convey the needed cargoes  *i $ im m' ������g ra n ts i o o u r sh ores..   When it did,  avrivA \n * \ tmmigrantg when they  Z 4 M^c^^-wiii quickly find the gold  ������&* and the agricultural lands which n  ���������������* eomparative  idleness and    ������'a "  tbpugi .  -��������� -- w..c^ .. vi.u.1. ict������.-  Jaune Cache is only 80 miles; as. the crew  flies, nearly due east of Cameronton, but s;iTS  (without -quoting bis-authority tor-the assertion) that the intervening space is a sea o!  mountains, so broken up that it seems inipos-  siuteno connect the two points by a practicable^ road. Such seems (o be the opinion  of. that great official, whose talent for well-  f o r n c f u a I w p iJli  i. n  su r v ey s  o r ex p.lo rati o n.  We wou 1 d not say t hat su ch an  opin.ion ��������� vvas  p Co m p ted in any '. way . by . 1 oca ted  in to rests,  tiiougb a road by the Thompson and avoiding  Cariboo would, no doubt, be of greateiv ad-  y a h tage to th o ves ted i n 1 eres ts oa th e  Kr nser  river.   But' we th 111k that we havc good reason  to believe that he is mistaken about the ' sea  of mountains.' for it is a well-known fact that  the  Indians  have  trails and coram- nication  between Bear river and lake and Tete Jaune  Cache, and it is also well known that Antler  creek is but the bead waters  of Bear  river.  Witli a knowledge ot these facts and other information received*  it is quite reasonable-Jo  suppose  that a good practicable route could  be found,  without any great*expense, if a  p roper eflfort were m'a d e to (ind ifc   D u t \ i n 1 ess  it should be thought that want of enterprise  amongst miners is the-reason why the conn-  try   is not more --.extensively  known. I will  state that men going into an unknown region  to  search  for gold  cannot pack provisions,  tools, etc., to penetrate more than  25  or 5(1  miles  from  camp  with  safety.    A hundred  men or more have been  out prospecting  at  rations ;" times in a nortber 1 y difeclion from  here, and the resu I fc is th at they fin d , tb is go 1 d  range is limited, or. as is generally believed,  . tn a fc't here i s a b e It o f co u n try. n inning tb rough  at the back of Cariboo .in a north west di recti on that is: no t au ri \erous. conseq tien tlyvttiere  lias been  no  inducement  to encourage the  m i 11 eiv to p e ne tra-i<* \> ey o n d a c e r.t; t in d is tab ce.  Un de r th es e cz r c 11 m s ta n e es. is it y ny w o n d e r  Lb at tii e c o u ri try is  n *o t b e tier  known,;' p a r-  .������(cn/ai'f y'. us th& \ peopley, o f Ca ri bod'* b ay e  al ways been ��������� 1 eft  to  their:owri reson vces to  explore the  country,   while other   sec:ions  have   rec ei ve d  G o v em ri te u t ci id f o r tha t p u r-  pose ;   for notwilhstaruling  the people here  pay so large a proportion of the revenue, no  matter what the exigence of.the case may be,  tb e re p rosen tati ve ofgo ver n m eu ta I auf h ori ty  here seieins so fearful or carei'ul of spending  or .appropriating anything  for the   gen end  good   that  one Is forced to believe that  bis  chief purpose here is. and also that his tenure  of office  depends more upon the amount of  revenue  he  can i*xacfc and accumulate than  for any other qualifications  whatever ;  cou-  seouent.lv i>������-������mii������������ !'"������������������' "-       '  HEW BOARDING HOUSE.  A.   D. ,M'INNETS.-,/../;.  ITEREBV ommunces  that he will cpon bl^ New  KEXT TO THE ASSAY OFFICE,  BAKKKKVILU2,.    \  ON SUNDAY, AUGUST-15, 1869.  to'which be invitee.nil who"desire first-class Bobrd  at mo.lerat** rates. . Cleaulinoss iu the Cooking Dj-  p.-irtcneat mr.j'hr ri lio<l on. as he bus engaged tbe  services of a tirt������t-cl;i?3 (WHITE) Co������������k.        . .  i^T  UQQ0R3 AND  CIGARa  of the best brands  may be obtained at the C^r. aul4  IN   THE   .SUPREME . COURT    OF   THE  MAINLAND OF 13RIT1SH COLUMBIA.  In tho miUf-r of the  Estate and  Effects  of ALKX  ANDER STOBO, deceased, inlestale.   ���������  VLL poisons who arc indebted to the above Estate  are required to j'ny the amounts duo forthwith,  ah.I all p-.TSons who have any cl liajs against' ih������*  above estate are rnqu?������ted to sou I In the ir ttccoubt^  ou or beiore the 12th day of November, IS69, to  CHAS. E. TOOLKV,  Ofllci-tl Administrator.  Dated J^icbfldd, 12th August, 1809.     .   au!4 3m  DeNouvloii &5Curtz  BARKEnVJLI.E,  Have now on hand> large assortment of  GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO  ���������AXI>-~. '  0-eneral Merchandize  Ilarkcrville, July 13.1869      - jtfM rio  Antelope  Restaurant,  ���������^... R A R-KLE,R...V..LL.L.R.   ���������--.. __  J. MASO.\',\  J. D.U.Y.  Proprietor.c.  Board, $12 per Woek.    Single Meals, $1.  ^^-OVSTER STEW'S; LUNCHES, &c.  The best of material is u������ed, and all who wish first-  class. Board at the above rate cm obtain the .same at  tin's establishment, null lm  ADAMS &  PEAEfiY  -,-.: BARKERVILLE, V1!  Have on hand a choice selecijro of ���������'  CAST IRON COOKING STQVES  SHEET COPPER, ZINC  TIN   PLATE   AND   SHEET  IRON  With various ptherarticlcs in thcirllne of trade*  .   4BT All Jobbing in the Tin. Sheet Irun, Cofiscr a'rrd  Zmc trade attended to, and .warranted t^?5Afcl;:.  .action. .   -.    -        - tiuo V  HOTEl7~DE~nF^^  DUNDAR FLAT, LIGHTNING PRBSK,  (Oao mile r.n t ahalf above Via *Vio::"c,j  Under the Management of MRS   ALLAN.  This hotel is now open   for the accommodation of  i T"r V -���������- H  STEAMEE   LEAVES QUESNELMOUm FOR SODA CRKEK ON  TUESDAYS,  ��������� . AT Six A.M.  LEAVES SODA CREEK FOR  QUE^XELMOUTH ON  THURSDAY   EVENING,  Connecting with Barnani's Express at both places.  . /Kgj* The steamer j������ not rasponsible for leakage ol  Oils, or other liqui'J.s shipped ������n tins.  HOTEL   DE   PRANCE  BUIIABP SALOON.  FJNE    BED    ROOMS   TO    LET.  %^������ Dinners for parties cooked to order.  LECUYER & BRUN,  PAINLESS  TOOTH   EXTRACTION.  DR. CHiPP IS PHEPAREO TO EXTRACT TSKTH  ait'l perform short operatlms ivltla-ut jnin,' by  the aid otthoappa^itus cliscovred by Dr. Richar.lson,  oMxiiidon. This valuable discovery pro !uo?.s inscn-  ^fhilifyin the p.irt ������h������ne, and"renJ-*r.s unnecessary  tho administration of chloroform.  OFFICE���������N-xt to Rennic������s Beiot stor<\ Birtcrvllie.  Oflice Fee, $5, Teeth extracted, erlliled with C-.IJ,  So. jnyl 6in  DRUG- STORE.  TAS. P. TAYLOR desires to state th)������t he still koepi  V on bis business at the old stand, where .ho haa  ia.������Hi,Hcl1I<!i^e5 of ;i������ k'������*^ on hand.    Also FRESH  C ARDEN* SEE OS.    Prescript}ons Mrefully corapoun '������  ates.     Next door to Ciinio's Brew  ed at reasonable rates  ary.  Barkerville. May 5, 1369.  Im  my5 6m  has already commenced settling���������n VfJ^ml  of the SaBkatobewaD, building ro^feb3  Proprietors;  Miners' Boarding House.  'rptm   UKDERSTO"NTEO   T) E.-5I R ES   TO   AN'NT0trN'CE  1.    tii at he has purchased, 'the House and business of  the above establishment,  and  solicits a cohtinuanc^  ot*custom.   The price ol" Board will remain as before  BOARD, $12 per Week.   Suvgle<Mjsals} $1.  SAMUEL WALKER.  BiirkerviHe, July 27, 1869.         ,    ju28tf  '  CAMERON    &    AM MES,  FARRIERS & GENERAL BLACKSMITHS,  f J AVE purchased the stand formerly occupied by A.  1.1.   C, Cimplxdl, and will.execute orders for Horrie-  shoeing and Black-etmiM* .*.-/.^i-' .-���������������   ....v.^uliu! my������rs lor Horrie-  Siioemg and Blacksmith work of every description at  tho lowest rates jy24 2m  /JQT" Kviry convenience for SHOEING OXEN with  despatch.  A Perfect   Cure.  ATTflOS. FLETCHER'S SECOND-HAND STORE  IX an d Gen vra 1 Rep;->.iri ng Sitop wi 11 bo fog nd a  Lathe capable of Turning and fitting up Car Axles  and Wheals. Hydraulic Nozzles, Hose Couplings, &o.,  and an repairs of metal work do*0 "t!*1-  foro aaothor year i8 past hundreds m^ ^^^^^^^t^^^tw^  UPPER - BARKER 'viuk.  ml6  THE BOXER CARTRIDGES  For Snider;������ofield of;-677, bore,  .������nd. for tho' Henry^and Mar-;  ; tlni Henry Rifles of .450 bore;  adopled by her Uujesty's War,  Depiirtmcn t, also of -600 boro  for Mili ta ry Ri/lep.  WATERPROOF CENTRAL-  FIRE M ETA L L I C CARTRIDGES with enlarged Base  for small bores, adopted by  'foreign governments for- cbji*  yerted.Chasscpot, B<rdaii,Ro-:  mingtonand other Rifles; also  Cartridges for Ballard, the  Sp'.mcer, and American He'nry  Repeating Rifles. ........  Tho "ELEV BOXER'������ arc thfi cheapesfCartridfiW  known, carrying their own ignition,, and being mn<la '  wholly of metal, are water proof aud fmperisbabloiu  any climutc.      , ' . .:���������   ��������� . '��������� '  The above Cartridge cases fempty) of all sizes, and  for the different systems ol Breech-load ing Rifles, can  be had with or without the suitable Bullets and Machines for finishing1 the Cartridges  BOXER CARTRIDGES of ������450 bore for Revolving  Pistols, used in her Majesty's Navy. *     ,  COPPER RIM-FIRE CARTRIDGES of nil sizes, for  ���������Smith & Wesson's, Tranter's and other Pocket Revolvers.  PIN-CARTRIDGES for- Lcfaucbeux Revolvers of  12 m, 9-mvand 7*m..uore. * ���������  CENTRAL FIRE and PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES for  ail sizes and systems of Guns, Klflos and Revolvers. ���������  Double Waterproof and B. B. Caps, patent Wire Car-  tridges, Felt Gun Waddings for Breeoh, and Jf������*?;������  Loaders, and every description of Sppr.ting aa������ Min*  tary Ammunition.    ���������. ���������'��������� "  ELEY   BROTHERS.,  SKAT'S   INN   EOAD;   &OmO&'{  WHOCESALE ONLY.        jul0 26ti*  UJ*^fi  trTm^wK ���������BMBBH fl ' .    . j,y-J.:W?#i*-*'*'*1 ���������-''.���������  tfZ.  fh. ad.  tbcroia  e Stock  ^ropric.  ;patcb.  tl,  MTS  ceo.  ��������� ON  :<ic.  r ar,d  satj(,.  .IV,  r-,f.  AS.  OQ Of  ><������  f \  3  bt  l;n      ���������'  ETH  SOI),    .  sen.  isarj  Hie,  eps  has  sn  lG������xiiiPSWE  SATURDAY. ADGOTt 14. 1$69.  COUNTY COURT.  [Wore his ^Wifsblp-Cnj^  .Friday, -August-13, 1869/;  h Erew:ifetoff-engSgelfl MbuMneWforthe  rick bi?.- tiprdship ;the Chief-JustideVpre*  S'BLMpii.^Sv^' CA^stii-rS������ii.t W, recorer  part ferriajje**^Qiiesrielihpiitli; -: ah'd part  fbr damages^diwie.^'o^tfe^ tmd ge. Q PI a i n>  lid not appear atiji^^  >ATRICK  HARAJ^iN^VS. /FAS.  AVKLSlI-^Thls  1 (ia actionytioy .recover^ s^i0$:'$Yipclui8������  ���������jyfor--a muleSsolid;I; On July;Mi 1868^  !intiff #as ;at defendant's cahimon Lo whee  pk when an indentlirb of sal&wismude by  ficli (lie ownerahip^ of: four;, h orsps..; was  iislerred to defendan t; by pi ai ii tiff,, th e con:  ���������ration -feeing.;$200.cash;.:aiidKm tile,(in:  of $ 100)owned: by ;defeudanfc; wbicl) was  iuiiig. with Dennis/Murpb^dmrj&s at the  l-inilc ranch/ /The ^plaintiff Subsequently  )cecded to;,Murphy?s'rahetf,;wK^  . .'med illo' mule; :;was :;.dead.; :He tried ;to  jover (he $100 from Weisli, who, he alleged.;  filled payment of the same. .A, "clause in  ������bill of salestipulated that: i nx the: event pj'  i mule having^ been,traded^ by -Doc. 15 ngl.Lsb:.  iintilT was to get the;beoefi| of ;tlie^trade in  of the mule.s   A certificate was prod need  nn Murphy "to tbe Je^eVt hat trt ihe best of  {kn owl edge the ���������; mulCivfif 3 die������lp'���������{: Plai ii ti ff  )0 al leged th at he. .had I os t ..the, be n e (its *x> f a  |n tract to sup ply M(������s^uitoicjee^ wi th pp t%  ks'm consequence of- the .death dfUhe'm ule.  jaiutiffdid't;know, whether 4he mule ^iauj  fed before or after,the; 3d; July/b'ut if Weli������il  lis a gem tl ema n h e; w ou Id p ay. h i m the; S ipt)..  irpby had offered to show him the hones of  ������ mule, if tliat was any satisfactlpn.;   :   *  Vfeudunt swore lhatv lie- did  not know  nether the mule was^dead orsnbt when he  Id it to plaintiff, andHb������jit^it;thiyit:l������e1iyin^  that it wan understood between him and  .I;iinliff .that he was to take, his chance*,  urnt: the innle, and: he , (defehtlaut) wo u1 d  j 1< o his cl i an pes" ��������� a ly out tin d i us: th e ;������ho roes.  [nidi -w.^re lost at tha time he* bought them ;  ni be had d 1stinelly caulioned the  plain!i 11  ju>re.selling the route.andjb'.iiying ������fce horse?,}  ; remarkiu^.tfUipposiug-vfriO; ivjiile^sjleady '  ul suppose.11/never find the bosses?'7  to.  '���������lieli p]airitiff-replied; he &\ipposed it wpnld  coll risrht;:��������� that-heJ(defendant)-did*nt waut  lake his chances about the horses* unless  1 ���������.i i") i iit��������� wo iild take cban ces abou t vlie in u 1 e ;  ha! tii(^JUul������^.;wasVaHvo;:ihUlC^  I ay [ w h ich was testilieU io; by/ ������ n othe r: wi t-  jc<5 ]. a a d: th iii. li 6 i: ad no t; he a rd i i'. was ��������� i\ ead.  Judp(t������-.Oou't 'you   think   that; ther;mule  \\-Zht be .found there i[at;^nrphy/s: vahoh]. ,  1 >e fend a n t ^ I d o i) * t kn o w ;, I had a ma re  rliich was lost, there; .������hd; Mr: SicEuteev a  lorsc.     ' X/X;VX:/;; y '"-���������-,va-^': ;:X-v-:;.���������.;'������������������' .X;''������������������:'.'/:.  Hiu Lordship said-tbat the evidonee as to  he <I oath of tbe hi u 1 e was n o t sutucieiii, and  w dismissed the case with''eo'rt'&'.yyXjXy  Mr Park, for plainiifI.;;.Mr W.alker;vfor de-,  ^ndant.  ,.,' .     '-'���������'       - ���������.'���������:';' "������������������  Cna������, Ettersbank vs. R. JI. Smita ���������Silt t to  ���������co ver $74 - fo r lab or do n e ut the Forks'- o f  luosnclle in I860,' ;N6ii-suited. \.x:   /v V:  .���������esse Peare'e was declaVedXti. be an outlaw.  Vearce, should he': hot app^ar^will be de--  Glared an; oil tl a w. at tb e: next to u r s 11 ti iigs o f  tho County .Court, fi ve.. :decl aratiohs  being  ieLesaary fo r : 611 tl awry fui that c ou rt, o ne at  ie Court of Quarter^ Bessipns,;: and a hblice  >f tbe same to be p os ted on th e p ar is h ch u rci i.  i^^  f.8  19  U  A .  0   ,  I-  I  Em  I  i  i  m  m  m  1  m  I Tn b ' Test ',11 riJu^r Wo uVide rs tan/l tii at th e  wrd er fo r this; pi pheer mill w i 11 b e fo r ward ed  [by the next express.; The following;is a list  [of Ihe shareholders or subscribers:���������:Afe������eham  &Nason, $300; C. Sirouss. ,$200 ; Palterson  \k Goodson, $200 ; R. H. Brown. S100 ; J.H-  kTodd & Co., $100 ; .R. Lailier, $100; -F. N'en-  ffe'.dor, 15100}, Hon.R. W; \Y. CarralU S100 :y  lG. Byrnes; $100; VanVolkenbiirgh & Co..  ;$100 ; J. Wark, $100; ft. Gninbaum. ft 100 ;  : \V. Rennie. $50 ; D. Ercole. $50 ; P. alanetta,  $.r)0 ; R.Lipseit, $50 ; John Howron. S">0 :  Wm. Forest, S50 ; Win. -Dixon.' $25; A. Vi<>-  nolo, $25 ; C.Beak, $25. The whole of these  sums have been paid, and ull the arrange-  ments necessary for the orjrjuiizulion of the  company and tbp-working of Ihe mill have  been made and agreed upon, and in about  two months we may look for ihe arrival of  the mill. Judging from the widespread attention already manifested toward quartz  reels we may expect as soon as the mill shall  have arrived that considerab ie: activity in  quartz mining will commence.  VELOCfPRDESTRUXis^r.���������On Tuesday the inhabitants of Quesnel mo nth witnessed an unusual spectacle���������the arrival of a traveller on  a velocipede. It was Mr. Ritchie, of Barkcrville, who had ridden from Vanwinlde-to the  Mouth, making tbe distance a day V journey.  Mining lTE.us.���������The Flume co. are piping  and ground-sluicing, aud the stream in the  creek has been considerably increased h  consequence. The Foster-Campbell co.  Struck pay in running a drive for a drain,  and got to work washing again sooner than  they expected. On Wednesday they washed  up 50 oz., two picks working. The Barker  coi washed up 53 oz. on Wednesday. Little  Oilier struck bis lon^-sought-for channel on  Wednesday, from which nearly.a sluice-bead  of water is running. His tunnel is rather too  high, and he bad not tried for a prospect,  :.but; evurything looks as favorable as be expected. The water boils up. through the  gravel, indicating the existence of a continuous stream. About two thousand feet of  ihe ,hill has been slaked off. in addition to  wliat bad been .previously taken up. since he  found ���������* indications of; the , channel. ^jLittie  Diller has proved the:existence of a cwannel.  Thelqueslion now is. is there any gold ia it?  A few days more and the question may be  answered. Should Little ITiller's sanguine  expectations be realized,���������- and so far as tbe  dbiinnel' is concerned they are, another large  goldjield will be opened up, to the immediate  benefit of Barkerville and vicinity. A small  company have commenced sinking a shaft a  little below Cameronton, in.the left.bank of  the creek. A company who have been pros-  .pectiog for. a'Considerable timo for deep  ground in the hill behind the Priuce of Wales  'claim, have got down with their shaft 48 feet,  iapd jfhd the rock pitcli.ing to^vard tbe hill.  They- are.already eight feet deeper. than the  bed'pf the drain. The 'California- tunnel co.,  al ter sink ing f ur shafts, have now, struck n  ''channel in a drive from their fifth shaft,: It  i^Ueiieved to be a continuation ;of the same;  ���������clniftnetas that worked by the Forest Rose  CiKrwbich is said ft) bft paying very well.  ijlvhikchanu������l is over 600 feet from the. creek.  ��������� lie palifornia co.- have not yet bottomed it.  but are getting a little gold.. The Prince of  *.Wftl|s co. started work this week, and are  cleaning out old drives.. The' Alert (old  Borealis) co.have not got fairly to work, but  % re making expenses. The bed-rock drain is  n o w.:: i u good order u p; to the Welsh co.}s  jrround. A company are about fo commence  hydra u I j c i n g at M c A rLbur's g u 1 ch, h a v i n g  nearly"co!npleied their ditch lrom -William  eroek. A few ye xrs ago a l,un nel \v as r11 n at  Mc^Arlhur's gulch, fronting the meadows, and  ���������c'--'OJ'---: i~us~~+k ���������^rt������������i..;������.^ie value  e~ satisfied  ^v,,.,   r,v, .-,. .. ,,.���������    Oii  Wednesday the Coombs co. washed tip 63"oz.  ���������llh e -: A It u ras co. a rein a fair way of being ve-  svarded for their; long:conti������itied labor in  p ros pec ting for t h e ci m ti nu atioii of t!^ e rich  behpli which runs through ihe Tafiyale and  OnomU? cos/ ground. Having found the  break-o(f, their washing showed an immediate  improvement in the quality of the ground.  The While Pine co., on Conk I in gulch, have  their diggings choked up with waler from the  newly-discovered . channel, and have com-  rilenced to run. a tunnel. . On Wednesday the  b'e I ix co. wa sh ed up 1S) oz., an d o n Th u rs������ 1 ay  the McDowell co. washed up 24 oz. A company have started sinking in the bill, near  the Reed co.'s ground, and have got down  about thirty fuel and found gravel, but  nothing in it 60 far. Ou Thursday the Cala-  veras co., o n Lo w h ;*e croe k, washed u p 53 oz.,  tw o pi ck s w o rk i n g. M r. La id 1 a w, fro m Har-  v(*y creek, on T h ursday, rep orts t hat t he  Minu.ehaha co. were getting out good pay.  Uailey <fc co. have struck gravel that prospects .very fair, but had not got to bed-rock.  The Cornish co. expected to reach bed-rook  with their tunnel iu about ten days ; and the  Bradley co. expected to be down with their-  sliait.in about a week. The Point co. continue .to take out good pay. Several other  cornpaniesareprospeetitig. ��������� Mr.Laidlaw, on  hisway over from Harvey creek, took a look  at Bald mountain, when he was surprised at  the .vast amount of good-looking quartz,  which will yet make this a great mining  Country. The Waverley tunnel, on Grouse  creek/is expected to be iu iu a few days.  TUie������Ne'er-do-Wt-el (Chinese) co. cleaned up  $l#40 for four weeks, but much oI that time  was occupied in fixing. The Cariboo co.  w a sh e d 11 p 3 6 oz. ������ u T ii 11 rsday. Fro m Kei th-  ley creek there is no change of any importance to noie. Claims irenerally were paying  abou t the same us ditring tlie previous week.  The Jackson co. bad got.on. to pay again.  Stbwaut's Lake' Jndiaxs.-��������� About forty  Indians ('run.about Stewart's lake arrived at  Qnesmdmouth last Saturday, They came  uuder the direction of Mr. Ogden, of the  Hudson Bay Company* to carry goods and  p i o visio n s to For t Ogd en, , The u n co u th ap -  jiearauce and manners. of tho savages at-  traded much attention and considerable  amusement. ._.;  At Beab Lake.���������Brown, the person men-  tioned in the Sentinel a few weeks ago as  having left here with the intention of proceeding overland by way of Bear lake, is  reported to have stopped at the lake, where  he is now engaged hi cfitcbing salmph,..  Harvey Crekk.���������This creek promises to 1  become one. of great importance. Until'  quite recently it has been worked only for  about three-qu aitera of a mile, auS paid well.  The deep ground in tbe hill had never been  reached until about a couple of months ago,  by the. Minnehaha co. New companies are  starting, to work every week, and a consider^  able number of miners will soon-'be settled  on the creek. The trail from Barkerville  needs some improvement, and about $300  judiciously expended will be sufficient for  that purpose.^ From Barkerville to the sheep  ranch tbe trail is good, but for a few miles  beyond tbe ranch it is not suflicicntly defined  'to : enable travellers to keep.ou the right  track, or rather rotate, for there is no track.  Only those who have travelled frequently  over to Harvey creek are sure to find the  way. except at night, when, even those most  familiar with.'tbe journey are liable to lose  their way, Tor want of sufficient guide marks  through the open country'beyond the ranch.  There will certainly be a great deal of travel  from Barkerville to Harrey creek, and government should immediately order posts to  be'put iu the ground in the open country, so  as to indicate the route. Beyond this open  country a little grading is needed where,the  trail is difficult and dangerous. We have  been, informed that" for the sum above raen-  tioned.all could be done that is at present  necessary or desired, and it would only be a  just acknowledgement of the benefits accruing to Cariboo from the energy and enterprise of the'miners who have recently opened  up a new and extensive field for a .mining  camp, by 'demonstrating that there 13 a large  run'; of gold . in/ Harvey .creek, capable ,of  affording: employmept'to several hundred  men. In asking government to do what we  have stated above, we.'should say. that thejre-;  quest is that of many of the miners,, who have  experienced, a great deal of inconvenience  from the defects of the route as above-mentioned.  Our CbtNESE Report���������Han-Yan,ourC.i-  nese reporter, says that'the Chinamen who  were driven out of their diggings by the recent great fire aloog the Quesnelle river  country have returned to their claims. It  appears that the fire is not yet wholly extinguished, and.it was impossible ;to reach  Twenty-mile creek by the river trail.; The  Chinamen: returned by way of Snowshoe  Mountain Aa^be^ Forks, dp wjward^b^  Chinese company on -^rvey creek have been  making $15 a.yday to $ tbe hand ever since  tb ey' got fairly to work. ' A fe w Cbin amen  came to Barkerville' yesterday from Sugar  creek for provisions and mining outfit. They  report having struck' good diggings a few  miles above the present; diggings on Sugar  creek. The other Chinamen who have .been  working on Sugar creek for some time past  arc making from $5 to $G per day.^ A large  extent of ground on Sugar creek is adapted  to Chinamen, as it will pay almost anywhere  from S3 aqd upwards per day, and tbe dig-  crjnos are shallow and easily worked. Water  fs sufficiently plentiful to work creek claims.  Yesterday was the anniversary of Ab Sow's  birthday, which was duly, celebrated, and accounts for thetcombustion of fire-crackers on  Victoria strectV'y:, .    .        .   ���������  .  The Queen's English in Hampshire.��������������� A  Hampshire -Incumbent/'* in a; letter to the  Pall Mali Gazette, says, it is quite the fashion  in his parish for the man in a marriage ceremony, in giving- tbe ring, to say to the  woman, " With my body I thee wash up, and  with all my burdle goods I, thee, and thou ;"  to which strange trio be pertinaciously adheres, in spite of the " Incumbent's " endeavors'to correct the text. One.day a bride  startled bira by. making' the extraordinary  vow -to -take- her husbandrM.too ave and too  old from this day fortni't for betterer horse  for richerer power in siggerness else to love  cherries and bay." It is a pity some of these  people don't come out to tbe colonies, where  the Queen's English is generally better understood andb expressed than in - England.-  There is plenty of room for tbem and they  would soon become thoroughly English. In  England they never will, it seems, although  nearly, a hundred years have passed away  since Jobnson's dictionary was published;  Accident.���������On Thursday night, Mr.^Lean.  the night-watchihan.,. fell down the, Foster  Campbell company's' shaft/ He had just  moved fro ni ii gli fc. in to . tbe datk nes|^>f i be  night, and, forgetting ��������� about lie"; ';��������� shalt,  stepped into it/:lie was broughtv up and  conveyed to the Hotel de. France, and the  most serious injury he appeared to bavere-  ceived was about tbe right ankle, whicli was  dislocated or broken. A slight contusion  appeared on his/breast, which was caused by  falling forward from his feet on to a bucket  at tbe bottom offtbe shaft. The shaft is over  <}0 feet deep, and it seems strange that he  received no worse injuries���������though tbey are  bad enougb-^-than he did. He was quite  sensible wben brbiight to ihe surface, and he  must have fallen,in a standing position^ pr he  might have ;beeu\fataUy injuxed.  LECruKE.���������The Rev. Mr. Derrick will de:  liver a lecture on Wednesday evening next,  at the Theatre Royal; subject-" Manliness." -  The proceeds will be devoted to tlie liquidation of a debt contracted by the directors of  the, Cariboo Literary Institute, for books for  that. valuable, institution.    Mr.  Derrick's :  ability as a lecturer is well known and ought  to attract a large attendance, especially when  the pecuniary object of the proposed lecture  is inteuded for the- benefit of an institution  which should not be allowed to languish in  utility for want of the necessary fuuda.   All  who wish to see William creek bold its pre9cut  position as the centre of business and population in Cariboo, toward maintaining which  tbe  Literary  Institute , is not least among  other sustaining causes, should attend this  lecture, though the-talent of the. lecturer' is  doubtless  a; sufficient* guaraulce for a fulI  housa..       fcV. -.....:/...,. ...   ..........;.-.      ...X..;.^X...^.  Mountain Gpassics.���������The  grasses   of-the  Cariboo mountains are certainly not excelled  by those of any other country for feeding  cattle and sheep.   Neither do they thin out ..  or disappear, as is the case with  the bunch 't  grass of the interior.   Oh Bald mountain the^ :  feeding of large bands of cattre. and flocks of  sheep have as yet made no visible impre*s:pli:  upon the abundance of the grasses,   Yoster'  day some of Messrs. Van Volkenburg xfe Co.'s .   ���������  lambs -were slaughtered and'they averaged  about fifty, pounds each.   They were lambs   ';'  dropped   this spring, and made a show as- >������������??..-  good as anv Soutbdowns fed in English pa* /m^^.,  turea.   . . . ;���������;.-:;..- ^v> *���������'  X  A  I  it  4  The  Exri.ouixo - Expedition. ��������� The   pro-   ���������;���������:.-  moters of the exploration party having in.  view an exploration of tbe country between  Barkerville and Tete Jauno Cache, have so '���������-'  far failed to. secure the. co-operation of the .  person upon whose practical, knowledge of X  mouutainous .countries they relied for guid-.  ance.   It is probablet^however,* the  party  will yet be thoroughly'organized and the exploration undertaken this season.  -  Killed by Indians.���������On Thursday an arri-   .  val.from Quesnelmoutb reported that Perry, '���������  the mountaineer, bad been killed -by Indiana   '  at Burrard Inlet.   No particulars were given,  except that he had been preparing to accompany W. J. Armstrong's prospecting 'expedition to the Cherry creek country, aud was  encamped at Burrard Inlet when he- was attacked and kiUedby,.In.dians./ /.wX '���������������������������    ��������� ���������.  '  -- i.Thb* Best Oo������FEE.a~In: '.order - to ob tain IT  .first-class coffee, it is necessary to secure tho ��������� :  very best berries, and  to roast them according to the most approved method... This is :  done  by Wilson & Riokmax; Fort .Street  Victoria, who are. prepared  to furnish, for ...  cash. Coffee that never fails to elicit tbe apj .'  probation of those who use it.'. ' ���������      ..���������-*"'='.  Mountain Fisheky.-���������Four men are faking  salmon at;Bear lake, where there is a large  quantity, and putting them up in barrels for  winter use. A miner on Antler creek is said  to ' bare sluiee-forked 400 lbs. of salmon in  sluice-boxes, and sold tbe fish at 25 cents per  .. ������������������    '!  .-'���������v  X:Z*:\  V-  ��������� 3  xA  Snow.���������Yesterday afternoon some persons  on Bald mountain had the pleasure of beinsj  coated with snow from a snow squall. The  snow continued falling for about fifteen minutes.   Winter in summer time.  Completed.���������The William Creek Bed-Rock  Flume company?s ditch, intended to draw an  increased supply of water>from Jack of-Clubs  creet, has been completed.  Returned.���������The Rev. Mr. Reynard, who  has been down tbe country, returned yesterday. ^  I  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALER  l'o visions,  hardware,   dry   goods  clothing, boots, shoes, etc.,  /      barkeRviujE, ;::/   /  rfHIS HOUSE, NEAB THE MOUTH OF  JL"  Stout Gulch,  IS   NOW   OPEN,  And the finest qualities of Liquors, Wines and Cigara  oiiiybehadottheBar.   Try .them. .  ������������������ ���������  F. PAGDEN, Proprietor.,  HiUf-VTay House," July 6,1869. jo7. lm  assay^oFfige.  THIS OfQco will bo,ready for business on or about  . Monday next, July 5th, in Kane's new building,  Barkerville. \M   -  ��������� '-..    CHARGES j  For Assays of Gol si Bullion % (one-hah) of 1 per Cvn*..  . Deposits under $800 will be cbarged $4.  .  ,:Assa3'e ef;Mineral Ores, $10 oaoh..   . . :*     V  W. HITCHk;0C!r, Gfcief Meltw.  Barkerville, June 80t WA . ;    j*? 30 2m  /  ^������.v..   ,^������������ovw������WSMIlM,*!K*������v"J'      - J^^i&wwowiiwCTiBffKWWWWWBB^^ wa*w*ww"������-������"������  C  PITHY; PUNGENT AND POINTED..  The Lexi n g to n Caii-oasian ;c op ies iinder' the  above heading an article.on Jim Ashley, and,  also; commerits as follows:.  ������������������ Jim Ashley, the famons ' town-site���������*' spec-  id ator,; and suborncr of pcrjury���������Jim Ashleyi  the ! impeachment false-testimony cobbler,  whose comparatively innocent associate villain, '* Conbvcr,' has, for more than a year,  been hammering on convict shoe-soles, id  Auburn Penitentiaryr���������Jim , Ashley,' whose  whole character is one; vile, hideous splotch  of moral filth'-f Jim. Ashley, whose scQ.undrcl-  ism: had become so no tor pits, monstrous, that  even, tho  stout-stomached .Jacobins of the  .,TV.������Mt)*rn   PApAwa   <of   Ohio,   woro   COhrpol{e<l3  I us t ft i U,i o U iclc h i m o verb o ard���������JI ni Ash \oyi  tbe outcast from the swine-agqgiie ofl Loyal'  Th ie ve ry n ri d ��������� K n a very ;. fro m tb e Par ty of  the.;Btitoiler and the Cummer���������Jim Ashley,  who, if Ihe good old principle of "giving-the  devil his- dii os/} sti 11 p rev ai 1 s, wi 11,- bey orid  oil perad venture, some clay, grease a griddle  in Pandemoniiim-r^This Ashley has been, appointed, by Ulysses.the.immaculate,"Governor" of Montana! -        :     .'  Brethren of the Gazette, have you no geri-  ���������    tie'V^gRantes,'who could.,do Montana and  " the"'Nineteenth ;century; a' joint service, by  se tii ng ..;* Jeems ?.' p n a.' frol i csome spre-b ack e cl  mule f.trolling him,-for rthe benefitiof his  . i gu b er ri ato rial;.. health ;> b en eath th e broad,  spfea'ding ��������� boughs; of some;sturdy mountain  oak j ��������� an d (lex terously permitting his esopha-  gu &%] la via t and; a limb, to, b e come inextri-  - cab ly eu tan gl ed:; ��������� wb il st k wi thf'-' a * b r ay-' o f  malicicns,.delight bis long-eared pony should  : darl forth;;swifo>s a greased thunderbolt, ��������� to  bis wonted meadows, and kick up his heels  ���������in^gVaii  thanksgivings rat being rid of so  odjbus aburdbn?; Eh?'^  ;Story.:7 of. i Two- Representatives.��������� Miss  : Anna Dickenson, in an address delivered in  wh9c ?!*7; 9? ^ew York- recently  on;behalf  J of,; women's, rights, said���������"I would simply  ;    j/ask ������������������the  Tribune/ when it announces;1 that  ���������' women have ; demonstrated "their fitness "'for  taking part in politics because they are as;  ' badly behaved as mca,.to take notice of this  item���������and.  mindyoti,I speak not of a Con-  venUonxof self-elected representatives/but of  Tub Ajiouxt op tub Alabama Claims.���������-  Regarding the claims advanced against Great  Britain from America, from an official source,  is a summary of the vessels said by America  to; have been captured and destroyed by  rebel cruisers and other tenders which they  assert were fitted out in British ports,and the  amount of claims: Alabama/ 70 vessels,  worth- $5-271J68 ; .Florida/.SG vessels, $3,-  006,904; Georgia, 9. vessels, $5,271,768 ;  Shenandoah, 3G vessels, :$4,44$,488.;*. by tenders, 25 vessels, $22,929���������total/ $13,071,431,  which, at the ordinary price per dollar, is  mfiifiSQ^^  .;;..   ..."  Lameness   Cured.��������� An   Englishman' in  Naples made a bet with some young Italians  that, ho could set running all the damp and'  paralyzed   begcrars   crouching in  a ���������certain  corner of that city. . Matters having been arranged tbo Erig I ish man 're ti red,' and .after a  while camo rushing round the nearest corner,  followed by a rabble, all- shouting,? " The  tiger is-loose!   The tiger; is coming V and  rushing'.madly   past.: tlie beggars,, they, in  their terror, Torgot.their professional trickery, and leaping to* their feet fled with the  crowd.      -v'v:       ���������'���������' ������������������  VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.  }>AI LEY'S, Hotel, Langley Street, Victoria; is still  j open for the accommodation of travellers', and  tho Table aud Beds nro kept in tho usual satisfactory  stylo.     ... ���������.     . ��������� $m  :��������� 'T....PRICE,.."'  TAILOR,   GOVERNMENT ' STREET,   VICTORIA.  ...Orders from up-country punctually attended to.  LOWE   BROS.,'  Importers  and ..Commission   Merchants,   Insurance  Victoria, V. I.  YALE. ADVERTISE*!fefs7r  roasted, prepared and put up in tinV ^lj.0f ^ee,  latest approved scientiGc principles' t^d W������'tlie  to be superior, tqanv other.- . '   nd Wll���������������bij������  Groceries, Dry Goods, Tinware   rioti,?������  Agents, etc..  ���������Wharf Street,.  Famtta*ar.-^" Are you familiar 'with short-  rather���������the fact is, I haven?fc had a dollar for  a whole month."      ���������   ���������.' ���������''���������' :  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c,   ;'y '  NEW    ENGLAND  Sakery and Coffee :Salbdii?  THE PROPRIETOR of the above establishment woiiUi  : respectfully inform bis friends and the'public iu  Jneral that he is now prepared to furnish them with  Bread of his own balciug, having secured'the assist  ance of a competent Baker,' which enahles hini  defy compotitionV ������������������;' ���������   ���������  -' He has also a COFFKE SALOON attnehed  to the  above, where none but tbe best CWeej .Pies and Cakes  . will be sirved,. > ���������'        -  j    N:B:���������BRliAD   DELIVERED to' air parts   of the  Creek.  parts  my22 Ira  '-      ���������.;.;::" '       .    QuBSXEL.MOUTil. :  THE Proprietors of this well, known'House tender  J.    their sincere" thanks to their friends and the travelling public generally; for.their past Ii !>eral patron-"  ago,-au:t beg to iutbrm tbcm that in or-ler to insure a  i  ������������vo, muu ut ^conlmuance of the same, Board and Lodging has been  the nignified men who represent a 'di^nifiedi^r.^h5360^ ���������Sih-[{1 Me������l1^ W 00.  State by its own suff^ln the dhio llouse i^S^^&iSS- S^Z SSS  of   Renre5?P.nf.ntir/i's-l:f���������rrt   ������rt������C;    _..   ���������';' ^ Rooms for-Fajuilies.   .The Bar is stocked with the  b est bra n ds of Wi n es, Liq uors .an d Ci ea rs.  R.   ROBERTS/      :  Tailor, (Successor to E. Read,) Government  '$������,     Street, Viotbria.  Orders attended to with care and despatch. .  Dispensing Chemist ond; Druggist. ..Importer or.Eng  .-. lish Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines aud.  .Perfumery, Victoria, V. I. .; ' , . ..v- .  Orders from tho up-country punctually' attended to ���������  '   May 1,1809.   '.   ������������������'      ���������   - .. ���������     ������������������    V '   6m  -  Front Street, Yale, British Colintlt  ������);  THIS house has excellent' accommodniV^ , ���������>  vellers. ��������� Good bods, ^upnrio?���������$������ \^^^X  quors at the Bar.     Stablinrr rZ ,L' Ml J6������. M^  >f Liquors at the Bar.     Stabiiug for an! ,^ic bv*:>'  ind Oats at'the lowest rates Dlu,afe \ Hay y  ^V������809.    u ,   KILLir;&XANE;rr<^;;,.:- .J:!  NEW^ESTMmSTER; A^rtisrm^' <  importer of Books,  Stationery,; and  Fancy'Foreign  ��������� ���������       -:���������-.        ���������--..; Man ufa ctures,- ! *��������� ���������������������������-'  -   v  FORT STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.  Miy.l, 1S69.  M  SAN DOVER,  Wagon and Carriage MaKersy       ���������'    '  Blacksmiths, etc.; Government St;; Victoria, botween  Johnson and Cormorunt Streets, west side.v,;  Orders from, the uppjr.countaj solicited and c  :   - -..-'.- to with dispatch.   ���������  May 1,1869.   ��������� :' ���������..������������������' .- ,-  '*  attcaded  ; Telegraph   Hotel,  STORE Stroot^heUveen.Herald and Fi.������gard. Victo  ; fiii", Moa Ls at alYhours." Boa ir-1 an d Lnil'sfng per  week, $5 50 @ $6 50. Per (lav, $1. Single incite.  371-2 cents. ��������� Bods. 50 cuts.    '  ...    ANDREW ASTRICO, Proprietor.  May 1,1869. 6:n  ve; WATSON,  :V^iVi*^^AKEI^-f;* JEWELLER-    AND    EN-  ifTiil'   -graver  xk& St. Nicholas  .Government  street, next to the  Chronom-  6>ii& St. Nicholas Hotel,  Victoria, V. I  etersand Watches .cleaned, rq>:iiivtL and warranted  Vj vorjr d escii ]> ti on of Jo w ol U- ry mud e' t o o r \v r  and Ornamental Engrayihg neatlv executed ������������������'  Mayl, 1889.  Plain  Cm  >resentalives���������two .members; named  Ball and Wolf,got up andspoke upon a certain Bill. Mr. Wo If spoke against it, and  said-to his fellow representative, 'I will not  be tyrannised oyer-ny yon.*-: . Mr. Ball, a re-  ]) res en tat i v e. man o f. 0 li io, re to r te d ���������: 'Shut  your month, you dirty scoundrel." At this  poiut.lhey 'went -for' each< other,' (laughter  and applausej'but when tbey g:ot within fight:  ing distance tbey-waited- until tlie "Serjeant-  at Arms could arrive."  t -ThebtabkMS well supplied with tho. best Timothv  Oats, Hay and Grain. CROWN k : GiLLISf '  Qugp nel mouth;. May,       18C9. . -"*  Singular   DiscovEBiBa.���������A   distinguished  physician of France states that he has discov-  rpUE  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS   TO : INFORM   HIS  JL friends and the public', that he'has fitted ctp some  COMFORTABLE     BED-ROOMS  In his new building,'where hois prepared, to give  goodB.xls at a reasonable price. Those who will  favor him with their patronage, may depend on the  cleanness ami comfort of his house.  He takes also this opportunity to remind the Cariboo! tos that his Brswery has received the .-FIRST  PRIZS of the Colony for his celebrated  XXX    ALE  Gx G. GEROW,  CARRIAGE   AND   "vvrAG-ON"   BUILDER.  Corner Government and F.inlora Streets,  - East side.. Victoria, V. I.,  Executes orders for every description of vehicle,    A  general assortment of Wag"nK always on hand,  Mayl, 18C9. Cheap for Cash. ': 6n������.  A.    CASAMAYOU,  ���������Wholesale Dealer in ���������  Groceries,   P r p v i s i o n s,  Havana Cigars, and French Preserves.  Yates Street, ���������       r ..'   -      victoria, V. I , II.C  rl  [Incorporated by IioyalCharter, 18G2].   '\  CA.PITAL,    --,--   ."���������-   -   $2,500,000.  Willi power to iucrease.  Drafts issued on the Bank's branches  m   VANCOUVER   ISLAND-VIOTOUiA.  ��������� .   In the United States':  CALIFORNIA,   ���������-       -   SAX FKAXCI^CO.   ���������  OREGON,XX   ,     .-        'PORTLAND.  NEW VORK.     -    Messrs. Wv.i.i. & (Ic.vnnv,   .  Agents for the Uank of-Montreal. ���������>  ON CAKAPA-The Hank of Mo::livat.*;  ON.SCOTLAXn-The "lSriiiih   Linen Cwf  pnny's Uaiik-.:c       .    ;  ON fRK.LANL)~The:iiauk ofjreland. r.  ON MBXICO and SOUTH AMKK!CA-The:  London  Hank   of   Mexico, and ��������� Somh'  America.  ON EXOLANO���������The Hnnk n>RrnWiCn!iiiii;  -     bin���������Head  Office���������Kast  Italia Aveime.  Leaden hull street.  of u-seds in*his garden, he was-stung by a  wasp,* on; the wrist. * ��������� The arm tswel 1 ed, but  the rheumatism disappeared.   Seeing this rc-  ';; suit; he :cause^ himself to be 5 tti ng., ..alongithe  sent 6 f th e pai ri in' li Is leg. an d was again re-  lieved, and able to walk with ease.   A wasp-  eiingon the.neckof M. de-Gasparin is also  eaId to bay e compl.eiely cured an at ta ok of  , -bronoMtis.. Dr. Humboldt has also discovered   that the,. poison of the scorpion is a  remedy for ye How fever.   He inoculated two  ihousand  four  hundred   and seventy'rcight  men of the military and naval garrison ; six  h v n d red an d . seven ty-six after wards caugh t  the fe yet, o f whom no m pre   than  six teen  died.  Darker vi lie, Jan. 23, 1869.  N. .CDXI03  Tnn^Pnr0^^th^ 01<1 -*** wcSl-known estab  -SSi"?i"5i:1effa* refn>cctfully thank their naraer  A. G-ILMORE,  ERCHANT   TAILOR  YATES STREET,  AS on hand, and is constantly receiving  a. large  assortment.of CLOTHS, CASSIMERESand VEST-  IKGS, which hois prepared to make to order, in the  most approved stylos.                  ,';.-.  AH orders from CaribooptoinptJy attended to.  Muy 1, 1308.  - 0m  FELL    &^T-IN L A Y S O f\l,     ';���������'-  Tea and Coffee Salesmen,  ;Y'i^;yFor^.^steet;yicib;ria,/V:L������'-  Spare no effort in selecting and, keep] tig an assort-  m en t of th e ch 6i ces t ar I icj es th a t ca n he oh tai n ed.  To large consumers they offer every-facility as regards  prices   nd miality. , niyl 6m  SOLD BUST AID BARS PURCHASED  Received on Deposit, or Advances made on theni.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted on Victoria,  San   Francisco,  Portland, and  Now York'. '  Every description of Banking Business transaric it.'  CIIARI.ES $. J'OXKS, Atvnt.  William Creek, Cariboo.  Meals,  $1.    Eoard,   $10 -per  Week;   ���������  BREAD  MADE  OF  THE BfiST  FLOUR  Wc recommend to the public our :  GROUND    COFFEE  Pk a win'g it  MiLiv^Tb &- ii eke f s for th e  recent Mc Geo I e a n d Allen prfee figh fc read as  follows": ::"'������������������,".,:���������; .,���������>��������� -...  McCOOLB^^D-ALLljN'S  ::' -  ox Stkambr, '; \ ������������������. ��������� ��������� cc  L O :lSt D ON  E6U 8 E.  GOVERNMENT STRBET,\ VICTORIA.  VVHOliESALE     AND      RETAIL  J. H. TURNER % CO.,  " ��������� IMVOllTRlifi Of ���������  English  and French Silks, Shawls, Dresses  IJnderclofchiqg, Gloves, and every  description of Drapery Goods.  ;ima  BLACKSMITHING -~~���������  work at^roasonahle rafcjisS-   ^ : K,ttUa ^ Elacksmuh    ','.': "I...-;.".'   * ,   ��������� JJrt>lt-vrl.--'  Receive regular supplies by Express, via Pan;  and h y sa i I i n'g vessels; v i a Ca p o Ho rn,  /6������f- Particularattenticm given to all orders.^Dl  ���������London Firmr���������J-.P TonswtjD k Co.  ESTABLISH ED, 1858.  ROBERT ������������������ BURN A BY, !  .. LAND .AGENT, Etc!,  4.JOV KRNMKisT   SrRKKT,   VICTORIA,  V.    I.,  ���������   All business carefully and panelualIv Attended to  siay i, nmX: R  Miners'  Provision   Store,  BARKERVILLE,  Next Dook to Si^vtinkl Office.  ;a, >,.,,x .,  ..i  4 T this Establishment will always ho fonmi ft well     j  x X selected a n d var j cd a ssor't hie h t of t he |  FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  ������������������'[���������".���������y:.y y-y ylN VARimOy;   x '������������������' [:.  ALSO���������A good selection of C16thing. Hardwarc, G.l-w������  and Crockery. ; Best;:b;rands of Thbacc";.  ;���������'���������'.'    ModicineSj etc., etc.  : B es fc Java Coffee. Ron nierinntl '��������� Gro it'll d   .DA ILY;  ���������ALL GOODS SOLirAT LOWEST RATES.  The BAR is fully, supplied wUh the choicest  . Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.  .. I trns t,: by. st riot at tention tO\b us in ess, a n d fair .1 n<j-  square dealing, to.nier.it a continuance of the liberal  patronage heretofore extended to me.  : A large lo t of H E VWOOD'S ceicb ra ted  B AC0>y I  for sale, at a very :low figure.--''  -; Feb. 2Q, 1869.. .. ���������;'.��������� /;,. :  ?m   j  v ��������� ;    \^t .���������NpT^jpE^ ;;'.,';  rPIIE iHUDSONS   BAY  CO.:: ARE  PRETAREH TO;  1   . receive at pir value,  at. their Pt������ro in  "*!^J*  villa, i n : ex ch J" h go Tor t Mercha n rl iso, O 6 LD BAKS S3-  sued from tlie Government Assay'Olticci      ���������.!--���������  JOHN if. WARK,; .  Barkerville, July 12, 1869- 71'%:- J������l4 1������'  J. S. THOMPSON, a  1 CGO UNT AjVT,:   M IN. I ^ 6   AND   CO MM ISSIO������  i X   Agent, Barke r-vi 11 o������.,-, >,���������*, ? ���������.  ; ;. i ,��������� - ���������. -H '  Mi ning Comj>anies" BodkSikfi'pt aud adjnst������?u._  k^I^~;-;a^r' :^^i^^ - ��������� -���������:-��������������������������� -,_,--.  S������e������iJgtfilB311t1������


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