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 m  Vol. 9.  Barkei-ville, .WilUam Creek, B.C., Saturday, August 20, 1870.  ;wo.-ie  :THEGlRW()^EfflSlM  ���������Puhlished every Saturday by   ui.  R 0 B E- R ^T    'Hrp-"iioL';p" WA^'Y..!  Subscription^ -. -  50 Ceats/per Week; '.!  Agents for the 4* Cariboo Sentinel.''.*  ���������;,  Van Wmlete,-;  Quosnelmouth,  Soda Creek,     ���������  Clinton,   .'...;-;  Yal<  Kew. Westmiaster .", -  Victoria,.".*.''.   ������������������"  h. V. Fisher,   ,.. .  Huilsou i.'ilerie.t;"  ��������� X-u  vAfiv.G. W, Llndhart. y '.  y v ��������� "���������.:'-.. ,.,'*'..''. Barnard's Express  ' ���������. \   ������      i*:   . Barnard * s Kx press  ���������v , ��������� / y v. .;'; Barnard's Express  .Mr.''Eyati8j;';rV'do::-::;. x^y. -do  Clarkson "& Go  :��������� John.Qollens  San Francisco  ��������� '.,:��������� Ncw.York.  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  JOB  CaivJs.Oirculars/Post^  '������������������*'���������   ^alls'andTltt'ffi  ^S^Executed Avilh neatness anddispatck^^g^  j-    Terms moderates -     y  '   "  ? tq/a-dVebtisers. Z"*'   " ; -!  Al 1 adv ertiseinehts (n& laser te d" for auy, d efln' i to,  . period 1. wil 1 i;he. coiitinuect /until > ordered:: outt: and  charged for',accordingly..   A...'��������� .';_.,'' ������\A". ,    '[  U>    TO CORRESPONDENTS. - '   J / -  All commuaicallonsmust bo accompanied by tho  rail name and''-^di.lrc^.!bf.tli6^'irit^r ; not'necessarily  with a view of publishing the sanic, but:as security  ��������� far its good faith.Y;, ,- ** '. -.?'4y;',,.,-, uX*,' ��������� iu"|i-~'|v ;  '*;:: THE" OAiRIBOO^S^NTINEt'; : y  Is imblisheil  in, Barkcrville every Saturday.  Al  a!v;rt-isemonts. int ended forinsention. must b,e deliv-.  erMat litest at Si ^ o'clock; "F; M*, the day*before  fin'dir-ition.Y      ';������'      ;: ��������� '" :'' '\ "   <- "  so  ��������� "��������� ;, ^,., CHISUOL^: CRJSElv.; .,. -1  : .  S ii fi v; rl o n co. ^- Au gji st... ;^Le wis; Win tri p  and TVAllen; two 'cre^  at .tho lo\yeriin;e:;of thfiiSn^den co. and run-:  ni% down��������� stream 2(J0 feet"';' To. form part of  ��������� Snovr'den cot - "A. \ - 1 ���������. 1. ,;'- -s  '   ' ��������� * ' ��������� / - i ':���������:.-  .. ^^sTonT'OuLcrr/.;.    -'\ V'  AUuras co.;���������'Augiiat; .8���������Daniel .Williams,  Jobn Oi Jones, ��������� Le wis -Morgan,  three bil 1  claims on, lcft;'alde!*#f vjg|*f\?6v' -'PP.*??"P^W^'S Ca*  the Alturas shaft and running-;U'i>-; Vtream' 300  'feet. To'form��������� part of;Altiiras; cbV /,'*Z. }x"  :. -:. ,.y ANTI^BR-CRKEKA...... ��������� y^..^^ i-  Hamilton cp.-7Aug; ,g^RoJit.f Bopth; one  interest.'"* -'KZ'"/XX, *':'-'* --,;"' *Z'���������',/-'"'��������� ''���������' Zr'" \ i ���������  Calaveras5 fcp^Aaga^  Thos. L/lilamfe^Thofl^&rye^f^ward Pearson, Chas. McKanoj-'Peter Corr, John W. Oot  iins, seven creek claims commencing rat; the  lower line of the jCalayeras co. and running  down stream"700 feet   To:form; part of the  Calaveras1 co. ��������� ".'  Brown co.'^^August^o���������A. McPherson,! in  trust for the Brown co., the Stoney creek ditch  and water and the surplus water of Lpwhee  creek: .-,Be-recbrd/. ''X :--\ \X Ay. X j- y Z .  shaft, runniDg in; wid th to the. Forest K  poi's/base line: Toform partof theIndepeud-  enb'QpyyyX'yyy-v..,-\   yy ���������'.:������������������  Black Jack 00.���������August I'f^blin'Heode.r..  son, Charles.fo^n^etorJoliD^ba/ana. Jas.  Galleni each two ..-interests;-. Also^ tlie water  from Black JackGiilchand 50 inches of summit, water.   He-record.  Barker co.~Angnsfc 12-T. Bellv 3| inter-  csts ; Puncan:McDonald,;L interest; F. Petrin.  Il42ths iuterast"���������; Felix Daoust, one^half iii.  Herest; T; C.NuUall, 7-12th8of one interest;  A. Christie, one-fourth of piie^interest'; Win.  Riddle, one-half interest; M.Couloir and B  Ricaud, each one-fourth in terest. R6:record  of.2000'(eet xxi;JZ'x Z-r. V"'  ; Rarker^cq^Augujst 'l2^ark^;^i; 300  inches-^ ^q  'anph^fro.m :;^ilUajnjcrJeek.r>"$e^^        T  tzz ''V'^-Y.v>-i'tofc^ -''izz x  , Excelsior eo.���������August M^L'ewis Morgan,  Joseph Pascbe*' Edwin .Trelaise,;James Hoi-  rpyd; ;Geo. ;^aclceira.y,:; Janies^Burdick, and  ���������William;Dixon.;eight hiU claims on "tlie* west  bank/commencW^a upper line;.of the  Jack co.'sthiHiclaims ahd^running^ ujpistreani  fiQO feet   To form, parfc^of the: Excelsior co.  /;���������'. Aims co.~ AugusH2���������Pom. Ercole and B.  M. ^auryg'two; hill;,.claimsX on \efC side of  creek, commencing at the. lower line of the  Almeooraud running;down stream 200 leet.  To form, part of Aime coi  ���������v Excelsipr^'cp  Lewis1 Morgan. Wm; Trelaise, Edwin Trclaiser  James,Hoiroyd,iGfeprge Thackeray Tand Wm*  XMxbnVseven creek������1 aims- adjoiuin^ the upper -'liiie'' of the; Jack coi^cyek claims and  Timhing up stream on! the eastern, siae^OO' ft.  and on the;' western side ' 450������[ feet having a:  .width' of s300 Septal To.bC; known as the Ex-  'celsior-co;,.:;-.',:'... ii->.-;,.. y^ yX. l*Z:'ZZ'y:.  1 "��������� _" ,      .MOSQUITO CREEK: '   '���������<;,. ": ; .  if^^iii^^'o^Aii^ufi't: ij^ThjjB'J '''iU'fMiIls and  J. Pendray, 200 feet, com m eh eing at Xihe upper Une: of the. Hoi mail cb; and running up  stream; ' To be krio wh as the Mills; co,:  cr  August 15���������Ah" Teep' and Ah Jong, two  :eek claims on right side,-a little below ou  opposite side of Ah Hop's claim.  CUYKT RAVIXB.  " Mixed co.���������August 15���������Victor Manin, 100  feet.   Re-record.  August 15���������Dominic Grtllo, one hill claim  on left batik of creCK, opposite the old B, B.  Co., being 200 feet in length.  August JO���������P. Guigan, 200 feet-disco very  claim at right bank aud upper end of canyon.  Re-record. *       ���������  MISCELLANEOUS.  MISCELLANEOUS.  For Sale or to Let,  A BOARDING HOUSE, situate at lhe,head of- Stout  Gulch, furnished with Rouge and-everything  ���������accessary for tho business.   Tortus mod<*rat<\  Apply to . , THOS. FLETCHER,  Jell tl* B;������rkerv;!l������.  E. WATSON,. ...  ���������ATOHilARER, JEWELLER .AND FN  graver, Oov*'rninoiit street, next to iJio  %&3������ St. Nicholas Hotel, Vie tor hi, V.I. Chronom.  etcrs and WatchoBcleaned, repaired,and' \varr������ni<������d ���������  Kvcry description ot Jewellery made to order. Plain  and Ornamental Kp graving neatly executed     .:������������������.,-  Orders from tho Upper country promptly att#rido<J  to. -"��������� .  For ���������* Sale,  ��������� ���������-,  CHOLERA.  HOW. TO'-. CURE   TT.   -.  At the com inducement of the Diarhro., which  alwnys precedes an attnek- of the Chokr^' taltc a  teaspponiul of tha-Pa in Killer iu sugar ami water (hot  if convenient), and then toil-lie freely the stomach and  bowels with the Pain lullor clear.1' Should the diar  rhcon or emmps coutiuuo, repeat the dose- every iteti  uriirtecn minutes uutil the. patient is relieved. In,  extreme cases, two or mere teaspooufuls may be given  at a dose.- ������������������  , V ���������" ���������'  iTlitf-'I'uJn Killer, as an internal remedy,: has no  equal. <Ih cases, of.Cholura, Summer Complaints;  Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Asthma, H cures iu one night,,  by taking it internally, and bathing with It-Irecly.  Its action is lik<i magic, when externally applied to  old Sores, Burns, Scalds and Sprains.- For Sick Headache and Toothache, don't fail to try it. In short, it  is a PaiV Kjli.kh.    '."..;        ,   ��������� .  Directions accompany each UoUlc,  The Pain Killer is sold by all dealers in Medicines. ���������  au6 ������������������ -.;  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  Seco 11'd.-hand Sto;r:e,  ;.;.'.. ;. b'arkebvillb! ���������':''  Jon _  entist:,  LUMBER!, LUMBER!  moved: for the purpose of: cleaning like those npon  plate, and arc perfectly natura] to tho mouth and  ' ISLAND MOUNTAIN. , .:  Union QuarU co.���������Aug. 11���������Union Quartz  co. permission to remove stakes 50 yards tb.  the left of original positions.  ..August;,;8���������James G. Wright, tbe whole' of  the Wright-Lovel quartz claim, consisting of  600 feet.,        .....    ,;...,-  WILLIAM CREEK.  Alert co.���������August 8���������Joseph''-Pisco, 100  feet on east bank- of-oreek,- known as the Mc-  Keony >claim. 'To be held in,trust;for Alert  co. and form-part pf said co.'s claims.  Independent co.~Angust 9���������Joseph D. Tre-.  h%van, one "ereek. claim on��������� right' sicle of creek,  commencing; at' a stake at the northwest  corner of the Independent claim and running  dowirsfcreara, 100 feeftoa.point 15 feet; on  tho creek side of the Independent c&Vdraih  ������������������V1.'    . ;;QItOTJSE CaBEK. ��������� '  : Augnst^8~JpS; Pprtman, one beacli..claim,  being part of the old Black Hawk claim.  High1 Water ca^���������August l^Geo. Mont-  gpmery^ H. Gil more, F. ��������� McLennan,^ iAdam  Steelf Mi. Prager, Jos. Cohen arid Jas. James,  seven bill cl aims io n sou th; si d e of creek, commencing at the old Aurora tunnel and running  tip���������'< stream 700 feet.   To bo known as thc  High Water co. '   ���������.-'���������'yy;'.:' Zi[  Low Water co.���������Atigust l5���������Hugh (?ilinore  and G; Montgomery,- two creek claii������s*G������*������-������j  niencing at the Herron;dump-house and running down stream 200 feet.'1 To be known as  the.Low Water co.      : *'.,.  ;. ..Cascade .co.rrr August 15���������Hem*y Ehair, one  full interest   lie-record.    ; * ������������������"���������'���������".  Eel ipse co.-^August 15^-Frank Fredden,  two interests.   Re-record..  King Solomon co.���������August 13���������K T. Jones,  Wm. T. Jarvis, two hill claims.   Ke-record.  wuxowciuokk.  ,  Starrett co.���������August 12���������Recorded in favor  of R. Starrett, John Saundorson, Joseph  James, Henry Anderson, William Tucker,  Isaac Oppenheimer, S. B. Tompkins, T. L.  Briggs, T. R. Pattullo and J, McB. Smith, ten  creek claims commencing at tho lower lineof  the Lowhee co. and running down stream  1000 feet   To be known as the*Starrett co.  Willow ��������� co.���������August 1*���������Owen -Grpwley  ���������and John B. Harris two creek claims, to form  part of the,Willow co.  HARVEY CI113EK.  Perseverance co.���������August 15���������N, Bailey,  five interests, 1000 feefc; Patrick Kirwin, one  interest, 200 feet.   Re-record.     ,  KORTH. PORK QUESNKL.  Aug. -15^*Ab Hop, one creek claim, about  1| miles below Mitchell's bridge on left side.  MESSRS.  MEACHAM & NASOX arc prepared to  'furnish Lumber at thoir Mills, William Crock,  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK,  est arid hest stylo. ��������� Teeth*lilleVi with pure Golft and  Silver���������'��������� hlso, Fal?������ Teeth put iu ;On Gold ^.Plmo; -and  upon.pivots on old slumps ;or-. porti������������ns of the, tei-th.  Having a Planing Macbino in operation tliey wil  also furnish Dressed Lumber at satisfactory rates.  Planed Lumber and Shingles constantly ou hand,  jell tf  to  g  them as others have done through tho injurious euVcts  of what is.called tortar,. consist ing of salivary (mucus)  animal maUer.and.pl)osphateol'4liuic,,wb,ich eiicrusts  thc teeth witli a" dark scale, loosens thc gums, continues down to'the bones, 'loosens the teeth aud  causes tbem to fall out without being decayed..:  ��������� /JSf* Teeth-extract od in the very best way known.  Charges moderate    Tho best'references given, und  all'work warranted to givJperr':ctsaii������rnV.lich.,>  twalOFFICE���������Opposite the Government Assay Omce,  "my21   " BA'RKKRVHXE.  Miners' Provision- Store,  BARKERVILLE,  Next Door to Sentinel Offick.  Restaurant., ai  rrnEl>roprictorsof this old and well-known estab  1 Lishmeut would respectful;y thank their-numer  o'us fri cad&ajul tlie public for thccxtc.nsivc.patronago  heretoforebostoweo ou.thein, ynd trust that by their  usual strict attention to business they will*merit a  continuauceol theirconlldcuceandsupport.  A  T this "Establishment wil lal ways be found a well  selected and varied assortmen to l the .  FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  .; IN CARIBOO.   ,  ALSO���������A good F5 election of Clothing > Hardware, Ghu3  , and Croclcory.. Best brands of Tobacco,  Medicines,etc.,etc. .  Best Java Coffee Roasted and Ground DAILY.  ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST RATES  The BAR is fully supplied with the.choiccst  H iiv anaCi gars. Win csand Liquors.  I tr us t by a trie titton tion to business, and fair and  square dealing, to merit a continuance of thei iberal  patronage he roUd'Qr(-ox tend ect to me.' .  A large lot ofilEYWOOD'S celebrated BACON  for sale, at a very low. Ogure.  Feb. 20,1869. ' .   '8m  House] for Sale.       i:  rpflE HOUSE next , below 'Walkor's' FvOstaiiraut,  L Barkerville; It Is well papered and finished,  contains two rooms, and there is a woodshed'-'attached ;to .the rear./ Also, two Sieves, Chairs and  pthcr Furniture. ,For .particulars, apply &$JL K&ve--  ock', Sbntinbl Oulco'j ju9 lm  . Meals. $1.   Board, $16 ��������� per Week.  BREAD MADE  OF  THE** BEST  FLOUR  Wc recommend to thc public our. :  . GROUND COFFEE,  which is a much superior articlrthanany which e������n  bo ha d from below;. \V t������. Roast and Grj n d i t o urscl vc is  an d choose th c b est be rri ee, c onsequ en tly t help ub' I ic  may be sure of its beingfree f roin adulieration.  PATTERSONgfe: GOODSON  ._���������." Ligiitkikg Creek.  MINERS AND TRADRRS will And it to their ad-.  van tage to p u re base a t th i a S to,r e, vv 1) ere there ia  LABGE ASSOBTMEHT OF G.00B8  O ft he vo r y b est descr ipt io n on h a n d, an A tho S t< c I?  cons tan tly replenished h y .new arri va 1 s.. Th o p r o p i i e*  tors:will sell Goods   . . yyy.y  ZAB  OHE^P AS AN-T.IN  CAHmcO..  Ord or sp r om p tl y C11 e d, a n d tpr war d e d W;i t b d is p a t c h.  BEEDY fe'LlXDEAKBt,  Van "Winkle, Freprleipra������  ���������*> II
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Tn| tiARIhOO jKim^EL
^    SATUKDAY. AUG. 20, lj67Q.__	
Tor ono Equare (one inch), first insertion,
u (i y' one month,   ���
Tor two squares, first insertion,   ; -   ��� ;
ii r. ."���'��."���"   one month, ��� ������������'*,'- '.-������'
Our minintr' report is so meagre tlns^week
that those whi are interested; but who do
not reside, tu the district may imagine that
rery little work is going on, or lhat the mines
have been nearly exhausted, and that the
present aspect of Cariboo is decidedly unpromising for bright  days.!   When things
look bad it is the proper time to review the
state of affairs and ascertain what are the
prospects for the future.   The first thing ol
frnportance which absorbs attention ts the
apparently small yield of gold.   The mines
which have been steadily yielding for many
rears past are giving smalt results, and new
deposits<Jo balance the decline have not yet
been opened.   But, although the old local-
Hies have lost their importance so far ns the
weekly output of gold is < coneernedy phi I.
tbey  give  emplbvinent >to a considerable
number of miners!   On Stout aud-Conkhil
gulches'nearly all the oil ���"��loll: chums are
being worked,  arid doubtless will be for
in any vears to' co m e,   IV i 11 jam c reek, to o is
still attractive; though;ithaslpstthegolden
charm of its halcyon days. The tast of'twenty
coming vyears: will {hot Witness its a"baa*do!i'-:
^nt.   At'the expiry -of that linie it will
probably present a livelier scene than ever
it ha?/by means of tjhe development of the
nutneconsiquartz veins wnich intersect its,
bed AoA baiife- Had it been plnced at half
its present altitude: and water.in; abundance
n ea r i t wh at a * bi i sy scene i tyvpul d n bw sho w.
The same .'������ cohdii ion of things is; obser vab It?;
throughout' ���tl&4i^ictsas^h^his-vichitty-^
Bmaller;results than in .previous years, but
��� still a^cmlsiderttble' hum hereof men at work;
On Antler: creek, which; was once nlfhost
obandpned,; more than a blind red minora are
at work.   A more general feeling of con-
ten tment at4email resiil'9 now regulates the
operations Of theyiminers; because it is .well
'   kiown that ho btbertn in ing country offers a
greater certainty for fair wages,  toget Iisr.
xviihtthe chances b;f striking something which
tvill place tiieaiJabovethe^^
wages ate sought A-.- This con ditfbh. of affairs
furnishes a few important   considerations.
A fixed population, though small, is3 better
-   To r: the perm an ent wel 1 bei ng 61'? Ih e col on ��
than the 1 arge migratot y crowds of ,former
'   yews. Gapitaitsts may wtth greater certainty
Beek inVfStment;in ;tbe deep p 1 acer grounds
and quartz reefsi   When  thes*e  are  coin-
but new ones, equally ns rich and nnmerou8!.
are in prospect, oh Liuhtniuj cre*'k; It is
the search for these which girrs Cariboo its
dull aspect. A large proportion ot "ie j-'-
'hor and .money of the mining community
is being expeiuied oil Lightning creek, and.
j is vet, t b e work is fa r (a head o f resn lis A *
far-as work is concerned; the presenMspect
of Caribob is 1 ively ehough. If the resti 1 ts
sho it Id prove that Lightning creek is hail as
rich throughout: its length as it has ptfired to
behi parts, we shall soon have the pleasure oi
publisliing mining reports equalling in point
of yield those of the most aureate days ot
���      Announce thai. they, will perforin on       : .^
Saturday Er^v ;^i- SO;
Lrniier��thep:itron=��goofthe      ��...
the welt-
ncr."ormanc?  will  commencs with
'���;    written Coi��edi-ii'U entitle',
Y4 th PARTIES INDEBTED; to the r.Vmof vm**
A   SON k GOODSON aro roppcctfullv reqn^teil
settl'} their accounts on or beforo the 1st (lav oH*?
teihher next, axpfter that date tho3c not settled \lfu
he siMd for.    ..   "yy-''- ���"���' Hi
Barkerville, July 30, 1870."
:     MINING ilE^OKDS.:
Rankin co.���AogYi��- P. J, Hammond, one
fuiJ interest.   Uerecord. ;;
xaxamt mpsTAtk
Mazcppa co:-Anir. 18���John Bowron. one
hill claim commencing at the lower line of
the Mnseppa co. and running down stream
100 feet.   To form part of said co.
* 'iiiyi: Z..    '-''uanvsiiiQ ciuskk.y
International co.���Aug. lS���lsinc Oppen-
helmei-i J. II. Todtl $. Pearey. ;W. Davison; B,
Vanvblkenbiirgh, D: KnHzApi. Mills, W. Vow-
ell. JV. Nelson^ H: Anderson - j. -.&. Hoi 1 ownv.
tion/Christie. JphttlLoveV John Point ere. \Vf
Forrist. Wm.Tu^��'rBW;n^ D John Vel-
latti, Win^^briitigJ]i$miiDtUin, G-o. Spruce,
S. B. Tompkins, Ai McDonuld; Jt lit Bni^e,
I Robti' Pattersbni;; Kobt. Bar; ]Jon��itban NuV,
JameS VVickharaSi?.yfiriike. R. .fc'tarret'r-, T\
HohmV John;���{Sii8ders"bn.>T.-.;.LAfiJ:*^.:X.'-F.
Jenkhiia.VJ\'J. Hnihmond. AVv L^Cisrtrr. \"vn-.
Patch. JiXiZlAch^tnyii. L.C;imparl Ja^iMc
jSi;Stnii;h,-AO- creek ciainis com;.itencJng at the
lo wer Iihe of tit e Muftie co, and run ni ng do w n
str��atn; 2000 feet by O00 teet in widfcli;   To be
kbbwn iis the International cb.   ;
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V.. FV-nnn
- . J' Mckry,,
Jirn*^ Megriin,    -",���
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Jim 'P.        ��� , , *     ���"
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Ann.'it',        -       *
To conclu Io with ths.'rimii*ins P-tro ? cut i i 1 o.1,
Me-hoJas Njbbs,       . ���       *
woke,    : *. ' ��� . - -: *
1S��eK����f. -.*������-��� K ' -    *
Str::,n.ijli:'t*'r,      >��   . >';. ,,-
Siur;vt)jic'c,      ��� ������"     ���
'.   Julii,   '- ..,.; vr.-: ���* " ' ���'.
".     ,$-115:111,  *..'.'.* - *
: "^S- Doors op-��n at hnlf-past 7 ��*cl��clf.
Rfioc to commenqn a t S <Schick '.���'     ���      , ���'���
AJmi^ion $1 00.. JlosiirvsuSeat?,������$! 50.
Fr.m> Pcrr^tt .
J. S\ T:iomp?fiU
��� ' .   .1. ilclt. Sinith
-      U A. Urrvn'
Flsr*'ii>Cv Wiloca '-i   ^
ilrs P.rkcr -,,. .-:i:i ���
The Estate of Chores
Bre-vy, deceased, h\
AtL ACCOUNTS QRaiust thc abore Estate 'm*ii\t
ientlo the ondersigaoJ within,o'no'momhiji
the data hereof, . ���..
:;.'/'V-"*".; Y  ���'-. 'THOSyALLSOP,'.
Covernm(nt sJriM'ij.Vicir,*-
Agent for Capt. MorAT, the Ex::cauir *'
Dated 5th August, 1870. ���, aug ^ ,
quests the creditors Of the ahove Rsuie tiym<\
in their'claims forthwith'; and tho debtors:<--f snli
estate to pay what iwty be Cue hy them," othcrwh*
legal proceedings will betaken againsttliem.
XXyA:A''- '    J. H.,T0Di).
Barkerrille, AugUPt 4,1870. . auBTro
ZZy-Ay iix'Z[wOT]��Ey:''ZZxXyy,Z,
BARE   Glf&KGT��.y
To M^
���'������their- X-'-y.- -���.,������
offer f6"r; sAr;n
"^iBMonY; presidesy oyer the past :F^i.i/s
Coffbb;over the present. \The first lives in p
ri ch^tem p le h a ng, vri th; p I ori bus trop b i es .an d
lined with tombs; bit t Kkli;'s Coffbb has but
one:shrine^ and that ia every breakfast.. tabled
Its aroma' walks the earth like-a-spirit, arid
can Ijo ion nd , for sale a t every res pec.table
dealer*.s iny Bri tish Coinmbia. Beware of
spurious imitations/-       ���' $   (  y ���        * -:
1 hy the late .tVIIiLFAM WRIGHT, ni the Blue Teni
House and Farm, Cariboo Road, will be crntimnd m
U5ual; hy Ihe. undersigned, who will not be account-
able for any..UebtB^cftatracteJ ori behalf of, tbo sail
busine;W:wUhouth'er written order
:  .     MRS. WRIGHT.
JuIy27;iS70.       u '       auClf
For Sale,
IN    B A H KE E TI til}"R'i
BUU^HrtllO      It/CIO. MWVM       l.��w-V       -*-��� ���      1 ���;.-
inehcedwtth, the introdnctton of mining on Tlie   prO"0erty  Of JaiUeS
a mofe efBcient systern Jhati has hitherto been ti _i. i . - y- .
In vogue will create new wants, a greater
variety of indtistryV and a greater market for
labor. This is. what is now wanted to fcivt'
confidence in the future, and thereby���Mne&n^
age agricu I ttire-^ &hA homo in an u lac lures.
With a fixed; arid growing min ing population.
* al I other lad tistries"... w ill ct paiid u n li I the
colony ceases to be dependent on any one
branch of indusiry.',-'. ^Vejhare a51 the mite-
rial for: such develop merit. Within a circle
of firtyj miles, >yit.h William creek as the een-
tre> wiiat a vas| amount of treasure lies nn:
touched, but its deyelopmout depends upon
the iri trod u ction of means "it nd a p p 1 ia nces not
it trder the | co ra nia rid of t he p resen t p o p 111 a -
tion. The presen t aspe 3t of Cu ri b oo, there-
forei :���;considered^witii ret'erence to the fact
that now- js;tiie^ tune(for the commencement
of rainingi in tbe iiianner contemplated by
the Lane & Kurtz company, for instance, is
encouraging, becatiseof the more settled feeling which such enterprise.must create as tb
the permanence and increase^ of the mining
Interest Another consideration in connection with the present condition of the phicer
Klines is worthy of note. High wages and
"big dividends from placer mining have been
'the cause why the quartz mines have not received due attention., So Ion j? as the imagination was dazzled with tbe champagne
Jt'strike*** and '��� wasbiips'* of easilyrworkeij
.placersJt ��ras not to be expected that the
.  quartz veins  would offer much attraction.
Jiow, however, the chrysalis of an. extensive.
quartz industry is growing on Island Mountain, and an increasing dis^osiJon to look to
rock instead of "dirt'* for pjold 13 manifest
This, promising indication ofi.be fuiore aspect
oftiariboo-is also due to the i'uet. uow well
demons tra ted? that quartz mining can be carried ps at the rate Of about $10 per ton, and
that-wo have quartc averaginsf SiOperton,
But ihe present coudiUon of the mines is the
subject oh hand, and in predicating thereon
a bright future aspect h relation to quartz it
may ijo thought that the placer mines available to the present working facilities are exhausted, yand that we regard quartz as our
forlorn hope.   It is not so.   The old placers
jiave losi the thick end of the golden wedge
For terms and particulars, apply lo
rj/irk-?rvill", B.C., August 14.
���      a ji'20
1.  , ��� ���; List" of Letters ���..-,,
Brrkerville, BC, Au?u 118, 1870.
A.yn, Tsanc 0
Arwing Mr
Br r��vn Hugh
.BiuYly Jo^n    :
Brown H.-nrr H
Br.tkin Michael
Br.nsy F
Briggs SiniuAt
B ikf'r William   :
Biftnv.'im Jos;*|��li
H*).i Cons5tahb
Bc.sc hT n��ns Lonari
Giiristi in Ihuiry
C rnjfon 0\v��oi. . .
���J'.rlin Ra !e- r
C.rstorrf Fre.l 11,2
Ur.uj I'<11 Mirk
Cmnor.i0 nr��ii
C^ri>itt Mitch cal
D.visQ 0
Pivi.sJMin W
Dl'2 Willi un
Dir.k5lm Cli tI-^9
piiickai-'n Honon
0r.i!co Juhn
DjujMss n,<vH
Dix n J>*hn B
Jpriry Au;tl^*tin?, 2
F-'^'O'iro l>>ni nicj
G-,irre:!nf AutoniJ
(/Ulegher Jam<?s
<?rj'-u lad ' A D
Grinnill It ht.
Gy -ny. D M I
TTni'uinvtl ,W.ia
II mock Q yl
Uin t<'. I ward
HirtDivi I
Hcm'el? Frjdk
Hipm H
Kutton William
Haw aril SaaiUJl
^ix2��   -
Ilvljrc W.it?on
JoLns^u .Vat!?an, '
Jo!: u s ton Th eg p
"K'\r:\"\x\i'J.R Y
K <ath'y W M   '"'
Kistcn Cb3rl-23 .t;..: .
Lewis G
Lawrie S
Jjcau S J
Lonsr BA
J/tnH a-nD Hursfn
Margin Jos ph. 2
M-v?�� WC
: Jfclmii-s '��� r-tl���"--��� -;
Mai lory Thnothy     ���
x Mcfn r Jno
Ow>?aa Willi im
0 r.r> J 'Mplil?
PhiJir II i��ry
V uls u O.ias
Ruxtou (I, 2
3tic!ilry 0 >o
ItihtTts Willi \m
Kich;iv "s * Davij
jiitchf ��� q n
, R'ib?riJ"'n W It
JtioVir 's.-l'olph
Ji ppttDavil
Stu  rt J:cniJS
Sill W
{<ybois N" It
ipi'yh a Bortiarl
Pov..o ����� "O'Vti 1)
Sc' i ��i>. .f.js 'pa .
Fc'nnhit Jiili
Thirnxm J
Tyn-n Tuos
Varcli T^m L-3U13
Write H r
\V. hvood
Wil la u Jimcs
Woo 1 Thos
West lake W
Agent BarnarJ's Esi)r03S.
;",'-��� ��� Itnbwn as-the     ������,',:  ,..-���;';.:
:; z Beaver ;L^e^;Raii^^f;
Together with tha entire Stock, consisting of _" ���
SlXTT-F'lVE.'.nSAD- OF CATTl^K, ' ;
���;;��� X   DAilXiYilX WORKING GRDUTl,;. ���;
ONE KIRBY JHOU'EI^Rnd^ all kinds pf Jm,
���  piemen ts for; carrying.;, ph.. they Da^yand,
.Farming bnsiru?ss, .   \}\.
Sanici^ct Hay now in stack to winter th2 Steele.
ttSf TfU eOOO D'TEr.UXG HOUSED two largo.
Btru-.^ plrr;ir of OaUi<m��.es an 1 SJie<5p. suflicicut-
��5-ai**T. ViSrrig\%f>all the tillihlvlant , Fonrtsen 'icr7s
'->o\ ��T��a���IVheat anJ Bxrh-y-r-xbout l'hirly acres
Timothy.,-.,,; ��� '   ��� ; "'" '.' '��� ''  ���
Pirti'^s vvi,a1*.ingto go into tho StocTcriisin.sr business
���will On t this this most dcBiraUl; plic' ev-jjr otierad in
Brill?t.i (.'��� lurnbj i.
Fur farther.*p:rilcal irs, entiuir.1 on thc Kinch.
aalSlm ,     ... BUCK V Ell & CO.
L.   A.   BLANC,
tr/pcrsohs InichtCfJ to the late As,EX..McPnFR��
** so.v, Watchmaker, Biirk-rvlllc, aro Iwr.by iy*
tlficd to pay thc ���amount* dnv ima^^iatcty to tho ��n.
(lorsigheil: aniJanv parties having left Watches, J.'W-
elrv ot olhor valuable urtioles \vitii tho dw'amzti
rcjqu'estocl to rciiuivb, tho"-'ia mo w [thin una moiUU or
thyy willrbo''^l^'P^ti^^f^jZ
st6ck;;are FOR SAL13.
Barkcrville, B.C.,:Aagust5;;i870..y   .y  auOlm
We repoect^llr bin to inform Minors on Antlrrnaj
surround Creeks timta rall.��n.l varieit,��wjUn����
otVhe FresiTe��t Oroc,rios -nnd - Pfoiyten" 't^SX
ana tverythinj! rotiuirod by Miners, wUI.altta)*
^^I^^H BUTTEH al.ays:onhand.
"CARTES DE VISITS, j��Ub nn 1 enamelled;
Amhrotypis; Vi^ws of Groups, ,M INING
CLAIMS^ iron��� wt kc , >-in%].*. rn I SWi.'osd pic^
p$s$at&A in the b^st pjssi&li styl"*- an t atru'.ucod
always <n ln.nl nn 1 f'*r saia.
iSST P.iril.'S writing h��:n3 woul I <to well to c ill on
Mr "Bltnc ant !-cloct from hi* varijil supply a
souvenir for their fri-jn is. '     nul3 lm
Next door to Post Office.
. JnlG
RAS OX HAKO, an-l is p-f��n��t��ntTy rcc^ivln?. n
1 rjjje asrfurtm^nt. of CLOTH-, CA~8I.M E ..ES
an-l Vestlngp, which lie is prepared to m.dm io onitr
iu the most njiprovorl si>'!.'.��.  .
P.irti --s on Willi nn ' r-ek can hire their men sure
taken by Mr JlcCulhmi, Uircerville.
%3t All orders from Cariboo promptly attended
to. jay 216m
���Provisions, ana
���ON HAND���
fHB   CBI*BD��-ATED' ^
��3r P��r.lcu1��.r .ttcntion paid to C*M0��fi*
Country Produco. ������    -.���
For Sale,
. McLAI4EN CLAIM, William Creek.
Apply to
Ai AL the Clalo��.
Valuable  Mining Claims
for Sale,
0   and cnu lulr^t in tho MnanUid cU\m,    gt
lii Creek, above ^*������M-   ^J^? utercsus
tho Cariboo cl im, William Crook, ^ouxt
tho Sawmill vl i'��on Utfitning cr����f- TAtf/M   .
 -   : Apply ca ��* ^iiUaSQcr^
ju28 ita.
y! ty  rii  >. ���������.  THE CARIBOO SEffTDjEL  "^SATURDAY.-AUft 20, i87oI  BIRTH.  At l^Uo La Hachefl August 3d, the \vlfe-of Mr  Patrick Gannon, of a- sob;;: <������������������  ..      CARIBOO MARKETS.  BARKERVIILE, AUgUSt 1^ 1870.  DDME^IC riionUCE���������Thc m arke t is .ft*] ly su p-  ������li'.1 with flour, butter and vegetihtcs. With-the  \%v<\n\< u of a small quantity,of Or-goh, there is. no  for^n.U������ur  iHedenvan'.l.  in inirket, and Colonial butter, meets  The following ar������ the current prices,  lakin^ the highest and lowest^gur>'?, and inciucing  wind *������'1 '��������� and:rata il iruhsiicl i ons.:      ,     ;     ��������� ���������    ;  FLfHJRt-C"1 anisil; c?t ra, $ 13 to $ 16; Oregon, $16. ;.  jtKNS and PEASV-13K t������V20c per lb. ' . .  MR AT.5���������Bacon, 40 to 45c;   H.imv 45 to 50c p">r lb.  V cfiiri1 Mutton, 10 to 15c;   Pork*, 20c to 25c.  , PAluy PlttTDUCE��������� Butter, frcsbj 60c to $1. Cue'ese,  '.y^-wlhc'pXrp):uX^-X:X-. u y.X .   ,.:'���������      '"'      :  "    iM0- 35 to 45c p'*t lb.  'OFFKR-^Gr^-n. 35 to 50c per lb.  CASOto���������50to 75C.V :''   ; " y-'.'���������'���������  DKlEO FRUIT���������Apples, 32 to40c. Peaches, canned,  |10 io $12 per d<x.    Prunes, 37J������ to 50c p?r lb.  :!* SUGARS tl 27 to 35c.   CrUi^el, 36 to 45c.  ' ��������� NAIT^���������22 to 30c ; .; -  ,    IMl'i.EM EXTS���������Sbovt-U, 24 to $30 per doz.   Sluice  - J\rk*, 40 to $43 do,   Ax.-s, 38 lo $45 do.       ../v.  TOBACCO���������InferhT bf au Is, $ I 25 ���������' prime do., $2.  BltAXDV^-In barr;l, 7 50 to $8.50   Case, $21 to  53 00. ���������:���������' "������* '-.y ".',-: ;  .   F������fCK LED 5AT.H0N���������25 to 50c ������p: r lb.  -,.- CAMMED STUFKSr^Oy^ters, $17 50;percaso.   To.  Brttous aul Grit'n Corn, $18 do.,;'"'  YEAST POWDERS~$5 per doz.; gros3,.;$52.    yyi  <XBI������ OIL���������$2* to 30 per case; v.',.'  HA ROW A HE���������iron, 25c lo 30c; Steel; 37c per lb.   .,  POTATOES, 8c;;' Oil! tin's,;' 20c, per,- lb j : Eggs, $1 50  .$2.p^rdoz. . ���������,' .,.-''.���������.'""���������   yy'"-"' ���������-xx,ixy.yy:' "i\-  TKA���������7Sc to $1 25 per lb.        ��������� yy" l"'~- T-  CU-ilSOOTS���������$8 to $12..:, ': "���������"���������'.���������  ANDERSON  CKKBK.  .   The Warren co. report their : wnsli np aboul  the same as for previous week���������73 ozT  GROUSE CREEK.'  ^������ ������JU T?P.rinS COi cleaned up 17 oz; Inst  week. ;Thc Union CO. bare cleaued up all tin*  ground .'which they had sluiced this season,  but did not find;a continuation of the"ood  pay Jaken out last year. The Caroline cd. are  making wages from dirt-taken from an old  drive. The Chinese companies have done  considerable work this'season, and are said to  be doing well. The U'averlev co. continue  runuing ahead with their tunnel.:  . KErrnLEY0cnKEiv,  the Gold Flat co. have run a drain 1300  feet long and expect soon to get pay.  MIMING COURT.  (Before Hon. K. M. B<U1. <^d Commissioner Riid  Comity Court .Judge.)     '  .���������.. Fining INTELLIGBNCB.ixZu  X A.; VlLUAM CREBk.   ' A'X       '; Z \ i'] ���������.  The Ban Juah co'y cleaned up 13 qz; from  . top dirt and h ave. com mencod sh o ve I li ng from  Wreck. The Dpwn'e< co. cleaned up 30 oz.  The.. Cornish cp. got 37 f oz .for the week. The  hyd raulic companie&generallj' are waiting for  , water...   ..-��������� ly.\yyi,y-.i,'^iXy:-'yAXliXX-:-X'  The Cariboo co. washed-up 23Lba/for the  week; the St. Grebrge col over 40 bz^ and tlie  ��������� Ft)rest Uose: cd. ;55 ozi; the Caledonia, cb,  wa=h ed up 2 0 oz; ���������.; The; Bal \ arat co. ha ve cotn-  i?jeneed work inA\heir diggings, havingVcom-  pleted'tbeir drain;- ,.,''*'     J  yUX WAnKER^":GITLCff;:vy'i^ Y ,Y-y'yyy^.  The La^fc Trial-; co.;have lost tbe channel  and u re d r i fl i n e t o w rij rd s t he I eft of t he creek.  Tlie (J bid en H <) p e continue' tu u o el H ng tlie hill  ���������Cu -the right bt the cieeki; ; -  , : y'-: ��������� 'yy  ���������;-':    '"���������:stout Gurxn.  Tlie Tuffvale co. washed up 25 os. for the  rtmk,  y "������������������;.;' :,.^  ZZ y'Z.ly  coxkuv oo ujb."Z:    - y-A  The Wiiiie Pine co. are sinking a shaft. It  ia reported that the Ericson co. have struck  . good pay.'' ;���������''���������.'' ��������� :"''"' ' "..."   y  The Pierce co. have sunk asbatton.high  rock to the right of the creek and got p,i-  con racing pros peels. . Tbe Renfrew co. made  Wages for the week.  The Discovery cp. cleaned up 23 oz. for tbe  weid{, and the siuices look well for good re*  ���������������ults this week. The .Valley Mountain co.  washed up over $100 oa Tuesday Irom the  ehiice-boxes. -; ;--;--y;<.--.- ������������������ -    ---.:..   ���������   ;.j  "LOiVlIEE CREEK.  The Black Bull co. are raising a shaft from  ' 'ieir In fin el to connect with tlie blind shalt,  ^nd_.fhfr work goes bii-well. The Brown co.  sue maU tng p reparatio tis to d ri ft thei r gi ound.  wiixow CREEK.  The Houghton co. have sunk to gravel and  nave had to put in pumps. 1'he shaft is down  20 feet.  litOnTNtSO CREEK. '  The Lightning co. washed up 84: 02. for the  week and the Uoss co. 23 oz. The Lightning  Co. are running throuRh a narrow canyon aiid  thi Ross co. are troubled with water. South  /Wales co. are still going down iu their bedrock shaft.anil progressing well. The Poiul  co. are running a tunnel. Vancouver co. are  down 40 feet with their bedrock shaft, and  l'-iyea large shaft-house in frame and ma-  Hiinery btiildtng. (Jlarke co^ at mouth of  w Chance, h ive not yet cleared their shaft  ol Wdler. The Gladstone co. struck bedrock  nt a depth of 110 feet; the rock is pitching  to wards the bill, and they are troubled .with  J������ry little water. The Empire State and  jVater Lily companies are still briuging up  tail-races.  The excitement regarding the upper part of  I^'irhtiung baa abated considerably. The  J*ick claim looks well and> pnying wages ;  a drift, has been run in 12 feet which prospects well. The Great Western and Fail me-  Never co.'s are making wages. Rough-aud-  Heady co. have completed their wheel-pit and  ore now ready for machinery, which is ia *pro-  tos gi construction..  SAfunrjAv;, August 13.TS70.)  FoSTER-CAMPnEll Co. VS. \\rM   CilKEK Bko  Rock Drain- Co.���������In this case; the Commissioner, decided that defendants should clean  out their drain up. to the. Sheepskin co.'s  lower ling and drain the pluinllffW- ground at  any point below the tap-drain of the latter,  or take steps to compel the Canadian co. to  clean but their dram* '  Tuespat; August 16.4870.  McPherson Co. vs. Indkpkxdent Co.^S11 it  to sho w can so w hy de fen dan is sho u I d no t be  ejected from; plaintin^?; grbnnil. y  It appeared by the e vi den ce t hat a member;  of the Independent cb. had staked a nd re  corded a p or tion of p I ai hi iffs' g ton 11 d fo r the  In depend en tcp^; and i pi ai n li ffi sh 0 wed tit at  the ground had been recorded on March 7th,  1870; that their cluims-had; liej-n;laid over  by the Gold Commissioner on the 20th May  in consequence of the spring freshets haying  filled ti p t he ��������� bl ai ins, a n d ther eb y pre ven ted  p 1 ainti ffs;;. f com work) n g u n ti Ithe dra\ n cou Id  be re-bpeneti 1 "Defe nda n ts, had cons 1 rue ted iy  A rain ru nning through pi a i nt iffs' cl at 111. luit.,iX  was h b t the d r ai n re ter red tb:; i n the lea ve b f  ab sen ce*a and, mor eo ver, not ha vi n g : b een  brought upon bedrock; it -did not drain plaiu-  tifTs claims.        i'X    X.lyi , ^  The defence;was that the leave of yabsence  of plaintiifs 'had ;becdnie null and void, and  the; ground'vacant because plain tiffs; had not  recommenceil, ywork when 1 i he d rai u wa?*  b rough t: ii p to th eir; gro 11 n d tVcc o rd ing to : th e  terms off the: leave bf^ahsence.;- Deiehdfinfs  had been presenied to defendants, who said  Ihey woiild pay it; that tin* reason why plaintiff's had delay*m1 suit for the mom������vs due was  their aversion to litigation ; that the drain ii ad  been run up ie and beyond the,Mcpherson  lower line, but in consequence of the old drain  having bien destroyed by the unmiaerlike  work of tlie defendants as aforesaid, plain tiffs  ~ \\ 110 were doing the work agreed apon���������  coiild not find the ol<l .'drain a id therefore ran  a new A rai u instead 0 f o pen i hg the 0 hi one;  1 hat nb; phjeetion was mtide to this, am 1 "��������� more-;  over, plaintiffs were compelled to run a drain  a wa y f rota th e line of the old drai n, because  the Will iji'm- C reek ; I >ed roc k Fl u me Co tn pan y  insisted that the drain should be run in a safe  pluce.'.:';^-'..'__  ���������'-..'        _-.:;j:   *'*" .. -Y, .'���������"';_  ; Defen tj an Is con t ended and p ro d tt ced e vi -  deuce to show: That the case was a trumped-  up affajry; that plaintiffs "never had any-idea  of sneing until sued by the defendants lor  j 11 in pi n g a p a rt of their gro und; th at p I a in-  Vi lis k n e w d ������*fen da n Is were wo rk i n g ri ea r t he  A rai h, a hi A. ye t no cotiip I������i n t, Was made at the  tim'e as tof t he w ork' *#; itlefendants; th at if  they had thought the drain in danger from  the work of defehdanls they should have exam \ n ed r tii 0 A rai n and take n s le ps to sec 11 re i t,  but they did neither; that the.only thing  poiuted out to defendants as eudangenng the  drain was a cave in their ground;, that this  cave was not caused by the work of del end-  a n ts.; b ut vv as alt r i b 111 ah le to the n ature 0 f the  gro u n A. lihich h ad fortn er ly. been wo r ked two  Stories\high. and was tlierefbre elwsiys liable  to ,pa ye,;.; thai; the drain was Jeft, iii: perfect  b rder by d ef e n da n ts be fo re tii e freshet bc-  c11rred ;. that the timbers were;all standing.  and; (hat i t was the freshet, which filled the  d rai n w i th tai I i n irs^h'a t .cause d. the ; damage ;  that every Hl^eshet filled; thejdraui up with  tail in gs" j tii a t ey ery ��������� p ossi b le care had b een  t a k" eh to ma i n tai n tii e d ra in; and th at pi ai ntiffs'  hud niaile no eftbVttrj cleati it ^but since it was  filled as aforesijiiV; that wttlr respect to the  ap^snients, S236v which pirtinUfi'H^ic'iaimed^  d ef endan t resi sted pay in eii t because/ j)lai n tiffs  hadnoi"done the w6rk:h^  men t; the drai n . was hot run in the pr0per  p!iibe and defendants could not get: drainage  tor i heir ��������� cl a i ins ;: th a t w be n p la i n tiffs un der-  tpokyto';: run. the^-drain from theyoW.drain,  plain I iffs. told tliem- they would; not be respon-  si b |������; f ori#p y tn pre assessments;, and������pl a i;n ti ffs  said they would run the drain at their^own  rislc ; ���������. that plaintiffs ;ran::.the drain from Uie  old d rain;, because it sui ted Vthem::b6ttet4. thatj  plaiti tiffs' took control of the work by an ar-  t rangement^witlrthe \V. G.;Be(lrbok:prain Co.l  , of which n o notice was given to defen dan la;.  and that was :cause enough Jo insist-the de-  counsel as to wdiethersuch a matter could be  tried in the M i iii ng Court.  The Gold Commidaioner dismissed the case.  :'.:��������� FrcnT wrra/A BEAit-^One pf the .Keithlby  creek miners Tom Sriyers, we understand,  h������ d a ro u gh a rid-tn nib I e fig ht wi t h a b ear last  week, ini which ihe\bo������r came off second best  altera desiyeralestriiggle^^^  Savers aud aiiotiter parfy went after��������� tbe-bear  wi (li fi rearms and won uded li I in;; Sayers i|u������ a  ad v w need for the pur p ose of ki 1 li ng h i in, whe .1  the,bear, which wis only, wounded in the jaw,  sprang upou SUyers and; knock ed him down.  The wound in tlie ; j aw pre vented the beat  from doings thitch harm to Sayersy still, how*  ever, the 1 a tier got r 0 u g Ul y tvon ted an d som e������������  Vy h at b t ttert; before 1 Say et a* co mpanion camo  to the rescue and killed the bear;   ������������������ Ay    ;  pKUESTRrAX Feat���������A novel feat of pedes*  trianism Wris to come off;yesterday.. The  starting point; was Rogers' store, on Gronso  creek; .Irom thence the pedestrian, whose  h atne is Rich ard W right, 'was to cross the  conn try to . ihe. peak of the > high ,mountain  o ve rl 00 kin g An t ler cree k valley .pi ace a 11 \g  thei eon. end cbmplete the i distauce. which���������; is  ah put, 12 in ties,;, in fourhonrs^YlIe put np  $50 as a wager, and $40 of; it was taken up.  There is no t rai l: between the, mouutain ��������� an������i  the starting poiut, and the cou ntry.w very dif-  fieult to; travel over: The; flag when .placoi  on thevtriountaiu* can be seen; by means of a  telescope. :      ���������    '.  >. ���������     '���������. \y .      ;' .    _;":  .absence.,  had ru n tlie d rai h riea r 1 y 0 p to their b wn I hie j m' ^ fj"  on the ^8ih July^n^d;^^^U  empted by them lor the purpose of protecting. That the evideiice; adduced sho wed that: tut  the drain. .   ���������;     ^  -       ^.y u    # .-.,��������� | daiiikge done to the old drain had hot been  The Go\dTGommissioner decided in favor of:, caiHe(j ^y the work ot the 'defendants;  that  plaintiftV  Hesaidt^  defendants to have taken would have been io���������������open a^ia drain; but commenced to run a  summon plaintiffs to show cause why they new one, and he would therefore dismiss the  should not recommence; work or abandon  fir,fc povtion of ihe summons as todamagesv  their ground, and, until so shown, the leave of  absence would stand good.. As, however, the  drain had been brought up to the disputed  o ro n n d.. ��������� 'and th ey c 0 u 1 d ru n a, t a p d rain i  plaintiffs would have to; go. to - ..work, or the  leave of absence would be.eunc^lh'd. If the  drain is not opened below their lower Hues  and they cannot work, plaintiff* might make  a fresh application for leave of abseiu-e. v;  IXOEPENDENT Co^VS. MoPllKRSOX Co.���������Suit  to show cause why defendan is should not pay  plaintiffs $568  drain which .drained p  also, why defendants should not pny S23G to  plai ntt ffs for cleaning out drain .according to  agreement.  Plaintiffs alleged and produced evidence  to show :���������That they constructed a drain to  drain their claims oir Willinms creek and finished it, ih a niiQcrdike manner, and that the  defendants, through .whose ground- the i\\\Au  ran, caused the destruction of the drain by  means of working in an unminerlike manner;  that on compUtint being made to ihem they  neglectetltto use* proper cure to maintain the  drain ; and, moreover, instructed a tniner  who was working for them not to do the best  he could to repair the damngedone when sent  to repair the drain; that when Ihe sprint*  freshet took place the drihi was destroyed 111  cousequence of defemlanls having left it to  an uusafe condition ; that the drain h ul cost  plaintiffs over $1000, and that in consequence  of the Soss of the drain a new drain was necessary to work plaintiffs' ground. .TheicLrj  the plaintiffs claimed $5G8 damages, which  was about the amount plaintiffs had expended  in making the new drain. After the luss ot  the drain. Mr Brew, the late Gold Coinmis  siouer. ordered that the Independent, McPher-  son, Chrysalis and Sentinel companies should  jointly re-open ihe drain, which was necessary  for all the companies, or forftsit their leaves  of absence; thereupon an agreement was  made between tbe said companies by^vhich  they agreed to pay a pro rata amount for the  work to be done; that defendants paid **  sessmeuts for a time, but left a baU1*"  $236, the amount aow sued f^**  As to tlie se con d p.oi'ti ou,, tb e q ues tio n to de -  ci (1 e fi rs t. was. w 11 at d ra i n was :ro ea n t,' in the  pnter. of ;M iv B rew. It coti 1 d not be a: tap*  drain, ;,but it .was:the old drain-r-the AVUliam  Creek Bedrock Drain. Plaintiffs having run  a n c w (1 rain, a ta p: d rain; an A t h ere b ei n g n o  evidence to prove that defendtints had agreed  to pay for such drain, the, summons must be  dismissed with costs. <v  , v. Funnv, August: 19,1S70.  ;  n./m-io-*^ frr UiUnrt inmryuA" AXTOxBEtTSH-VS. BAKKIl Co:���������Action tO>������*_  AiiiLd plaKY.ua   olonj.i ., . '^.iU^pin^|nsf^^ffc(|lbjr obstrtiefinsr (hesiuices  wVth 1 ai lings, for 'assauliing and. beating plaintiff, and to order that the defendants shall prove n 11 heir tat Hags f ro in c 0 m i ng on to p 1 ai ti-  tiffs ground.  riaiutiff allowed that the defendants had<  until recen tly t li e i r d u in p i 1 ur fl a me on plain *  tiifs ground*; that they never forked out tin ir  headings from the boxes : that.they had a cut  or tog-way running from tind connecting with  tiieirdump flume, and that both headings and  tailings were by these means dumped on to  plain!iff s ground ; that a c������.������nsitierahle portion  of the ground so covered with tailings, etc.  had boeti ground-3luiced by plaintiff, and that  the cost of removing the tailings would  amount to much more than the. damages  chit med.  : Defendants alleged that they employed one  mm. and frequently two men.-to lurk the  tailings and bead intra from their boxes and  took every possible care to avoid injuring  plaiutiff's ground ; that the lailtngs.which had  tfttitted on plaiutiff's ground were such as  mu-illv com������ irom a flume or dump ; that the  plaintiff himself:had his dump and a log way  extending 75 feet on the claim next below his  own : that the1 hdUngs passed hy plaintiffs  claim to the claim below by means of the log-  way; that plaintiff tore out the logs 011 his  own chum ; that no damage had been done to  plaintiff's ground* and that the si"- ���������" ~"1"  the r**u*X   "X  TRa.iLt-t-*^* iinderstand^iat'tlie^mTrtcrs;jpn   ,Lowhee creek haye olfered to subsc ribe* par t  payment for the construction bf a new trail  tb "that creek.' Messrs. Meacham & Nason  liaye 'alstr prpniised" to ^ohtribute;'���������. to ward the  work wi th the view of obtaining better comma n i ca I io n for; th e car riage of lu mb cr. W hen  su ch offers are made i t is ve ry go od ev iden co  as to the necessity existihg^for'.*what isvasked,  ahel Vedo n of see how; gbyernmeht ^cau re-  fuse;cpmptUauce with: the cletnond:forthe trail  under such ^reasonable :couditibns^  ���������: :The .WeATnER^On: Sunday last very hot  weather set in;; and?;contihuedXuntil Tuesday  eveningi^XtyThb.i thermometer: A-on; ^Tuesday  niarked 120 deg. intheisunVand^  shade; which:is thehiiihest;;poiUt of hea4tcyer  known in: Can boo.; Tlie alights, were; \iq weyer,  breezy: an<Ji cobi.y Qii^ednesday:��������� a complete  ch an gey cnsi^ J..-atul bvercoata Yia^ra^yjn-  stances: were re quired y During^; tlie :fol lfliw5ng  nighjs-thti;��������� mercury,fell to- T aud;8;de^.?belbw  freezing1 point.: ������ ���������      . -.---'. :A,    ., .'���������--��������� i.yy  .  NottcBt-G. 3Vf cCal 1 urn -requests all Rarilc-s  j n d eb ted to h i rn. to. se ll le a ccou n ts on - or Xhe*   fore the 18th of. August,,as after that date, he  intends;:io; place alfiuip<ud;b  col le c tion. ... He is no,\v selling off the reniain-  der; 0f his.stock,of'.clothing at and belo^w cost,  for cash,only.    ; \ b    *  : X Accident���������On.: Tu esd ay ni gh t last a - mi ner'  named Samuel Mer ritfc m et w i t ha se ve re ac  cident; He was worlxin x in the shaft of the  Bieven bf England cb., Lightning creek, when  apiece ot lagging fell down the shaft.;and  struck him on the head. He was knocked  down and rendered insensible. Dr. Chipp  was called to attend him.  Cofprk���������The Coffee prepared by WILLSON  &.R1CKMAN, Fort street, Victoria, has;supersede 1 : al I o the r Coffee in,, th 0 Io wer ,coii n try.  It is ^manufactured from tlie very best raw  coffee, and its'supcriority is: Attested; by^th<i  fact that wherever introduced it has :be'cbm������  the favorite beverage. : yj--X  IIospitat; CoMMiTTEE^The Grand Jury  . "tins p i ta I ���������. Sit bsc r i p ti 0 n: Co m m I ttee, ��������� ilesSrs.  Meacham, Neufbldcr. Wickliam and Ilavelock,  i u I e n d to c 0 m me ti ce so! ici ti ng b ii b3cri p tio iis  in aid of the Cariboo Hospital funds licit  week,  y"' ';;*.Y     -:-; '������������������ ':i.Z'y "V ''ZZZ ���������  '������������������ To-NronT ��������� Remember that ' the GaVibo0  A ma t eu rs perform to -n igh t* at % e> -Theatre,  u n der the p a' r 0 n a ge oi t" the., "Fi re Bri g a'd'e.  Tickets to be ob lained from Capt. Oppen-  heimer and Lieut. Davison.      ""���������?;. .;.      v  Exprkss.���������Barnard's express arrived on  Sundity and Veil on Monday/ Tlibre was only  one passenger from Quesrieluiouth and none  by the down express. A few foreign paper4  were brought up but no Eastern mail.  Uoap Traffic-���������Joachim's paok-train from  L'llooet arrived on William creek la?t Tuesday, and Caux. Bros.1 train, from Vale, on  lhursday.  H tiixicKRKNT - A. Prussian n amed Oscar  Adams, who has been a citizen of the United  Butes for 17 years, has left Portland, Oregon,  to fight for his country against France.  WAsn-uPS-The Cariboo co., Wlliirn creekv  washed up 205 os. for the half-week. ^TIuk  Forest,Rose co. washed up 40 03. and th������  Caledonia co. 17 oz- . ;: :,  ���������    *    ---^jfrtifttion party.. wheQ  ��������� ���������.,:��������� ������*rtk.  ���������nHMMnmnnimmsMBtr 3ySL,  '-li;  ���������: i  - I  k������'<  ii -  ?  CORRESPONDENCE.  Editor Sentinel:���������Granville, on the situation, says :--'' It is evident that tbe establishment, of a British line of communication  between the Atlantic aad Pacific oceans is far  more feasible by the operation of a single  government responsible for the progress of  both shores of the continent, than by a bargain negotiated between separate, perhaps,  in some re^peets, rival governments and  legislatures.*7  Such is the language expressed by. the  Secretary for the colonies.in bis confederation  dispatch, and cannot be understood to mean  -anything but the settled policy of her MajestyA government respecting an inter-oceanic  highway to unite more closely togelherali  her Majesty's possessions in North America.  This great work is a national necessity, and  looks very much like a national enterprise.  The British government wants, must, and is  bound to have a continental: highway of her  own to India running through her own possessions ; her'commercial interests require it,  the foundation of British empire on this continent demands it. or otherwise, perhaps, the  eventual dismemberment of British dominion  in British North America.  ;However, if the:Imperial government entertains the question of inter-oceanic commit-  -nica'tion, as per dispatch,- there is; no doubt  Ybtifc what this great ?cheir.e- wi!l;,be''immediately after confederation pU3bed ahead to its  ..earliest completion.   . ���������  '��������� It.appears; that ono of .tbe. conditions of  union is tb'tit the D.om iii tort government will  guarantee the construction,'as early as practicable,'of a railroad across the continent,, the  ;ealitnated.'fcost.':of; iyhicli is supposed to be  .$100,000,000; Von which loan, the "Imperial  vgovernmentwitl, of course, guarantee the interest. ; Tbis.is.'air the colony can reasonably  oxpect   Therefore all those parlies who consider, that that railway should be made, a sine  .'qua tion of union are politically insane. Rail-  ��������� "road agitators, in order to suH the current of  - their -different imaginations, are busy prick:  ing off  their own   particular and favorite  ; .courses on the chart of tlieChilcoatin country.  (But.such  predominating faculties can   run  -down through that wild, uninhabited wilder-  .nessr-climb tbe coast range, Olympus high,  then duck again as low as the Bute Inlet frog-  pond ;; bridge the canal and discovery passage," tunnel the snow-capt mountains of Vancouver Jsland from north to-south, and make  Barclay Sound the terminus, the great commercial .emporium, the San Francisco No. 2  of tbe Pacific���������and all woTiTd be but castles  in the air.   The true course pricked out by  ; nature, west of the  Rocky ' Mountains, is  taking our departure at Burrard's Inlet, the  .Pacific terminus, we run up the valley of the  " "Frase'r to the forkBof Thompson, up the north  fork of that river to tho head waters of the  Eraser, Tete Juan Cache; thenco through the  Leather Pass,.&c.   Such-.is the only natural  and commercial channel of intercolonial pom-  mimic ition, practically calculated tai connect  '- both oceans .by-rail. yy. ":������������������'���������������������������������������������,-:. .*' ���������'i-'JlZB.H  Lytton. August 6.  ^  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  *.   It is generally:'admitted -by. theErehebthat  ��������� their heads sacrificed their' advantages of an  early atari Mey^miglit have overwhelmed  k Germany, but now France; is compelled to act  on the defensive,     ���������.-. =::.;-. .>.������������������',       ���������:���������  Private despvatches.receivedatNew;York  August 3d, r^ibri;^tlmtjaiFruM'ian"corps' la ������������������ on  ��������� the line of the' Saarbetween ":��������� Saarsburg1 and  . Saarbrucken.   Equally;as largo a forccdinder  Prince Frederick Charles will occupy..a position, between Saarbrucken and Surrequemines.  The Crown Prince, with the Fourth Corps of  ���������German troops, the Prussian Royal Guards  ���������and one. Northern Army Corps, is coming up  on ihe left  ���������'���������','.: The Prussian journals give the fcJldwing  account of thei affair at Saarbrucken: -The  ' fortifications at Saarbrucken were attacked  by a column of French infantry yesterday  " and the enemy were repulsed.  "Zy A London dispatch of A ngnst 3d says'Saarbrucken was taken by tho French this morn-  7 ing���������loss slight on both sides.  ; The following is given as the number and  ,  disposition of the Prussian army :���������The Duke  of Mecklenburg commands 10,800 men at the  mouth of the Elbe;; Von Falkenstein, 58,000  men- near Ems ; Gen. Herirerk de Biitterfield,  " -60,000 men of Ahe Army (of the Rhine, which  consists of the following:���������80,000  men at  Cognac lender Gen. TJfcenmers ;. 180,000 at the  junction of the Main and the Rhine under  r Prince Frederick Charles; and-111,000 along  the Rhine under the Priaco Royal 'Frederick |  William.  His Chiefs and Generals are Moltke,  Bhimenthal, Sparling and Stehlin. ,  A dispatch from Paris says that ������300 are  paid for substitutes, and they are scarce at  that.  The new French revolving cannon has been  tiied, and is said to be a great success. A  correspondent describes it as a very terrible  and destructive weapon at 5000 yards. .  A rumor was circulating on the 2d to the  effect that "Weisenburg. a town in the Palatinate on tho border, had been stormed by the  French.  Tbo following details of the Saarbrucken  affair were received at London on 3d August:  The fight hegan at 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon. The French passed the frontier in  force, and tho Prussians were driven from  their strong position by the sharp artillery  fire of the French. The latter remained masters of the position Urns acquired without  much loss. The Emperor and Prince Imperial witnessed the conflict and returned to  Metz to dinner.  A combat1 is reported to have taken place  in the Baltic in which two Prussian gunboats  were captured.  The French are advancing. 600.000 rations  are issued daily for the French army.   41.000  guards were equipped last week iri Paris.  MISCELLANEOUS.  and Cast Iron Stoves  : ALL JOBBING. WORK IX TIN, COPPER (She(3t  r\.. Iron, Zinc and Lead Piping, attendee to with  promptness, and warrauted to give entire satis-  t'acton.      ���������.     "      "  Hardware   Iron & Steel>  MISCELLANEOUS.  YATES STREET; VICTORIA, Y^  ������3T Orders for Mohu m en ts; ���������'������������������' Tombston es?"���������"] &c.,  promptly attended to;. .Everyy description: ol work  In Marble executed. A List of Prices, can. be seeivat  thc Se.vti.vel Oillco   i, . -..my..* Offl .-  : MISCELLANEOUS.  A. Casam^^  Commissiori: Merchants & Wholesale dealers  in  groceries; provisions,������������������*;;  havana cigars and french  y y preserves. ��������� yyiA.xsZ -  Yates street, Victoria,; VI;  ������������������ inv7 3m  Mining aiid AgriciiltTLral  ;:  Machineryy     -"*''*  SPRATT k KRIEMLER Manufacture nil kinds of  Machiuery for Farmers ami Miners, at tho Albion  Found ry, Victoria, V. I., an d for cheapness ��������� tny\  quality their work cannot ho ii railed hy -my. Other  machinists i First premium.Colonial made Wrought.  I ron PI ou <*bs, after th e Scot civ st y le, tin i versa II y a tile n owl edped to: be.ther best in use^ price $Gp> Orders  for Quartz' Mills, Iron Pumps, &c;, laughs or parts  of Ploughs, promptly attended to.. Y Yy^my7 Cm y  S:P:R1OAT^-';&''''G'0^.;;'' ������������������''''������������������  IMPORP^  '"    A' AGENTS /FOR";"''  '   Z  \ i  The BQy^;|In^iirance;iGor,  WHA"^;STJRTSET,' VICTORIA,% 11 Z-uZ  "y A'���������-   my7 3nv     :       ! ���������     ���������' .' ���������.  I  S.    Etc..    Etc  FOR SALE.  E. PEARSON & BROS.,  Barkerville and Qcjksnblmoutu.  THE UNDERSIGNEr)   15EC3S   TO   INFORM  HIO  t'rtoudsaud the public, thathehasntted up so-ne  COMFORTABLE    BEDrROOMS  cleanness and com fort, of his house.  : Ha tak os al s 6 thi s o p par fcunity to ram i nd fc h o Car I -  booi tes tha t h i s ;B re we ry h as r ccc rv e d t h e- FI RST  PRIZEo 1'theOolonyforhisce 1 ebrated . .>j;,  I XXX   ALE, ,  AndthetrflcamateurswiDho ablsto judge by them  selves that such honorable prize has been j stlv  awarded toh im!.       ���������.'.' ','���������       . ":;.'��������� .  N; B. ��������� Al argef ron troom to e t. .   '  Barkerville Jan. 23 186.9. N. CUNIO  Paci������6-;Telfe^a^  Sbro*strcetCl3elween;!&rald  .;.���������"���������'���������������    VICTORIA, B.C.,     ���������.       . ;        '^  Andrew - Astrico,  _ -      -      - 'Z "Proprietor.  The mosI comm6dious; and cleari Hotel In Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle. .The-.table  is supplied with the very best the market affords. >���������.  il cal s lit'/all: 1 lours. of-.. tlio' ,d ay.;,'. Pri vu te . ,Di a i u jr  Rooms for Families.     ;.-     s-\ XX"?'' X'Xy -"������������������     ''".- X- ly  Board and Lodging "per week, $5 50'^j* $6 50.^.  Per-day, $l^ySinglcmealsv371^2.cen.tS;.:,;Beds^50c';  4-if-* A Fire-proof Safe in the House.-..; *..->,,  GOVERNM^TANDYWkAte:S^  \ ^ '��������� . ��������� VICTORIA^ yly yyy :  importers of, all descriptions of -Dry ���������;'Goods.  Hosiery and Underclothiiig. ,;  A very full assortment of these,"goods,.suitable for  Wliolcsulc buyers, at their. Wharf street.Store. ���������'.  Regular supplies received from Europe by sailing  vessels and by Express via Panama and Paciiic RaiK  road.      ���������'���������.'yl:X'.y.'i ::.:..-'UXX ���������������������������'���������.'.���������:    :������������������   .->,y-;   ���������  .. /^Particular attention given to orders from British Columbia. ��������� [.." , '���������':"  - Sole Agent for Alexandre Kid -Gloves.  London Firm���������J. P. TUNSTALL k Co:, S Sow Church  ::'  ������������������'��������� y    :Yard. .: ;-'  ���������   1  ���������..     '   -.5';  FLOUR, ^LOHR, FLOUft;  ���������DEALER IN���������  G-roceries,  Provisions,  iquors, &cM &c.  SOBA   CREEK,  yi-y  QUESNELLE, and.     . ,    '^,;;--  'r     ; f,EABfeERVI^  y ���������      ": '"-������������������ '���������"������������������'���������������������������' ' Also, ;���������;;- 'iiZ:uZZZ.Zu ���������" .  TWO 6-lv. CYLINDER STEAM ENGINE  A:   Zy')   WITH BOILERS, ;   '  Suitable for small steamers; ���������  Clinton, April 12th, 1870.  J. HARPER,  .; . apIC 6rn  CHEAP    GOODS  STORiGE   AND   COMMISSION  U������, Consignments carefully attended to and orders  faithfully executed. '  Barkerville, June 2ilh, 1870. je25 3m  COMPRISING���������  T^  Have opeoed a  oots, Shoes Clothing and  G-roceries,  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY,-  For������ale Rt theStoreof the undersigned in Barker  vllle, opposi te the Bank of British Columbia.  W. UBXNIE.  VICTOSIA  ;y Has commencedmaliinir herregulartriM  ,  between-      .u\-iU,.-  'ySODAXREEK & QUE&ELM0IJT*E  i ������S* The steamer Is; not-responsible fop"W^"\  Oils, or other llqiuids shipped in tins.      rjealta8e������l  Wfoez Steamer z*) Onward������  ]';; CAPT. WM. IRVINE,        "' ,. ��������� !,  T EAVES Now "Westminster for,Vale onwk.  1j;j; d ays and. Saturdays.'. X  y  "cdl}M-  Tho s team er vvi II not b e responsible for lea taw  Liqu Ids shipped in tin or gla|s. :yy.  rpHE undersigned bogs to inform ail parties wisbirg '  X to ship goods to Vital>s. creek and stirroundinl  country that ho will be prepared to lorwarcl 60 Mo  pounds per month, on and after the 1st of April aost  i roro Quesnel mouth to tbe head of navigation ���������"���������''  y- All cousigumeu is - a t ten d ed t o wi th ca re and d la  patch. U' y, * .<y;uyyy -...;-.- ������������������'���������:������������������--���������-���������-������������������..,.:'"-������������������.���������;. ���������- ���������  .^astr yyXx \-uy yyy '.'^atrigkhickey  NOTICE.  TH E':bargo '' OMINECA,* *;.Cnp t.;Mnore, will bp pre-  . Spared j on the 1st 'day.oif "June next, .to makc-her X  regular .trips f rbra; t"hos_ foot, of Sth a r t Luke to ihe head   ���������  of navigation' on'- Lake Tutlali;'-.'��������� carrying freight .aud :'  passengers. -.uy-U.-���������-.' 'li X yyy c :������������������'-.uy ���������'-1 ''IX> ���������������������������  The Omineca is 35 tons harden^ and is prflxjii^wita   :  six water-1 igh t compart m erits" a nd cu piibleoTca rry-  ing 25 head of-pack animals on deck.  -  Ail goo%ds intended to ho shipped by the Omiitpca  tiie-.parties shfpping:;'will please' addresti J. -W. Mw>,  fo.Qt of Stuart Lake, where there Will be is good, suPi-  stnn'tt'al warehouse'for the receivinfr and forwar'ffing'J:  goods.  ,.'-    -" uyy-y'-yy:-- y* ��������� -.j. vr.; ilOORB.     ���������  k Que43n|JlIcniouth^prn;I6th,;i8.T0'j;,^v-    . ; ������p23 .,:'  ^.     ���������.:������������������������������������:     ,���������-���������.....;���������,.. .   ������������������ ��������� ,  -,';���������: -Itnpbr ter;^ahfl Dealer tu .Ex tie ^Havana -.j:,  CE^MBB: and ypgbASGO;  The t������b^)irey ^artj cles; can he: ohtni ned \b and mi ot [A  :"-.-; Boiid^u-t thc^ptton of th*.purc"iiisivr>;.'.A giwwl   ;.|l  .-.  ..,..-,     ;, '-:1"-.,  'assortment.of  "SMOKING   ARTICLES,   y  AAj.6 r dcrs. fro ia ther Vppe r ' W"n t ry pro m j������tl y ������  tended to.   (-f'u ;  ..   ��������� :'-:, _.,.-;.-;  iiZl Zy ?'V -'-Kp."!47..^ATES STREKT. ���������'  (Opposite the Bank of,"GritisU North AmPTioU.  - -      '.       v y   V1CTORI A, V. I. ���������     h   .i������i'T -m  Van   Vqlkenfturg  &} ^������'  r RETAIL;   BUTCWEFIS;  ARKE RV ILL E, LICHFIELD,   AJ^D  ;    "        MOSQUITO CREEK.  onhand '���������:"'._��������� y.Xi y; : '������������������,'".:���������;������������������ ,; :'. ���������''".  ; L"EAS& PEIIRINS'  Celebrated  WORCE S T E R S HIR E   SAUCE,  Declared by Connoisseurs to be  THE  ONLY   G-OOD  SAUCE.  Caution against Fraud.7^c success oW  most delicious and   .unrivalled   Condifffi^^l  caused certain dealers to apply the na������n^*?i i       jjj.  tershireSaucC'thcpUhllcis hereby intormcdtiK  only way to secure the genuine, is t������  [TTUERE thoy will keep a choice assortment of  t t     first-class ���������     .  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  CLOTHING, BOOTS,  ..MINING TOOLS, HARDWARE,  GENUINE MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c.p  "Which they will so)] at LOWEST RATES  se4 tf  an usual.  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS   ':  AND  C A R IB O O    RHYIESJ  {BY JAMES ANOEIISON. *'  PRICE,        -       -       .    ..-ONE^QLLAR  JPfJSf^V \h(i ���������SK^a|L 0fflco  and forwarded by  post, free of charge i ��������� ^2$  ASK  FOR  LEA &  PEBBINS^���������J*0&  an<t to see that their names arc upon the  !,ABUM, STOPFER, aild nOTTIB.     % _. J ��������� ^^ sUppUCf1  iirnished their correspondent v ^ MA>1r.  y to take instant proceeding ng lerUllita  kks and vkndors of such, or >ir j>.  have f u r n i sh ed the i r co rr esp (  attorney  FACTURRKSanu   vksuhkbiu.sm%.������i r'fviTMfpft  tions by which their'right may be inning-  Ask forl^EA & FERRINS; SBiu?ea������������  ���������Name on Wrapper,  Label, yBevum .. ^  "' Who*RSfio*and for export brt^rroiH-iolorR,^  ccster; Crosse and Blnckwell, London, ������c*, ������*,>���������  by Grocers aud Oilmen universally.  yyy.  fyxs,  Wiim������


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