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 ir trips  'UTHy  H  leakage <,(.  ��������� >*??:  SS.;-;,;-:;  '.. fe It ...  ml..eo,ooo  ipril next  "ni: * y ���������'..  3 anddiiv  i -1* *  K2KEY  ��������� ^.-������������������^ ������j* ;��������� ���������     \   f\fe ��������� -.. ���������yy ���������. ������������������ *���������>."*���������. .-������������������ " :   ;* BarkerviUe/ "WilUaiin - Greek, B.C.; Saturday, July 16, 1870.  THE.���������- .....  Eublishea;������very. S^turday^y.     .,.  A^AAB:A'iB0M^'0-yf,m:'  Subscription,  Agents for-the  V/ fiOiCeots -per Week.  Cariboo Slfiimell" r  Van -WI o^''   ; ."  qocsncrihoutli.  Soda Creek,    ���������      ^    ���������   ,y  jjeff AVostinlnstcr. : ���������.   . * ". "���������'  Victoria, .'.���������  ��������� A    -_���������;,,.;.;  .^p.-Fisher,.,   y':-.,.:y     ���������"  Hudson h Mend. r. - , v -, \  : ilr 0;/"W. Llndhart      j  ;: ��������� "-"'"' "���������'Barnard5* Express  yA- .. Barnard������s Express  '*,':.'     Barnard's Express  dor* v"- y'fedo /. ;  . Clarkson & Co  . M- John Collins  '������yA$3x[ TrSncisub  ,y;������y.Kew"yor*i.  ^FHBrCARIBOO  '*������?.-'  ^s/Ch-ca!^ Posters^* PfpgranimeB^r  '.;    Balls and. The^ ;'  ;*?;���������;��������� - ��������� MM: A Terms' moderate,...; :.;.:���������;:-.,.. -Myi ^ a .-  Dfirtrjdijej:  eingnuidi/  is ha ble It  ''rtzfo, aui  -RiilpBj.ou';  .and Ma.  Rerblviuf, j  I '.-"Mzte?, for;'  ucket/Be-.;;  ;OlVCH i&  iDGJtf fit'  v^Uvr?,  Wfr Cr  it*.   Mimlf  N i) on, . ���������  !��������� itin  dJetofe,^ch ofi^lritei^t.;\E^-record. Also.  Kl'y^ddlls^ii,^Ofagaik;ViT<fcEi-MiB, A, Wilson. T:  Gartle'y'atid'F/Ma^ claims ad-  joining the-upj)er linespltheMahringco.and  running up* stream 500 feet,' ;i  y/y: ���������  -:    W1IXIAMS CREEK.  XMde. West co.���������July 5-^-A. R. Carnocban)  one interest; ;L. Wmtrip and T. McC.ormack!  ���������each"tfn&balf interest.   Re-record.  .::y Well-Mary-Ann co.���������July 5���������George Janes,  1-25;feet" Re-record;>.',;  ;;SFjbBter-Campbeli coy���������July 5���������Henry Shepherd; one interest.   Re:record.  yAyAA/ry -;'-:ORq*US*i3'-CRBEk.  , Shy. Robin co.-^Jiil3K^S. Pearce, one hill  .claim;on" west side'^ at the lower  lines of*, the Shy Rcibinjpb;and running down  "'st'-feam^ of.the Shy  iRobineo;:T~r  . ' "fe   -       -    .'������������������  Al Shy Robin cc������^Jiily 5~Thos Brydges, one  hill^ia|ip^on,!weBtv.8id.e, commencing at the  lower UhesJo^lhe^by^Robin co. and running  doWjii^ part" of the  StfyfBbbineb."��������� ";���������'\[' [':"L.'���������''��������� '  \ 6rou^Qreek^co:-^Ji^ J~"5?!^^^!j^  ������^^-ri!sr3r~Jtil7%'5f~v\ZTi *i*i';, 'i rT. rii. _ 11���������=fe.������js   t    n r ������  4l������Mge<l for .accordingly";'  with  (or its  " ' TO CORRESPONDENTS. .;���������/,. d i  hnlw0bns;iuus t Oj^o cc������roP^^2������ji&  mmc Si'l:-aSuir^B^HftB writer -not ^ccc^ari ^  rii^fj v^Hihiug thosttmp^but ^security  ,s guodt'aithV;'   ��������� -y...y,,j ;- ;-.,,/, -���������',:?.f-,-v-..-'- r   lA   ^':rt7T0hiI)^ ......... _  The British Columbia delegates have made  satisfactory terms with tbe Dominion Government,'  A pirate-filibustering expedition had been  organised in San Francisco, and. landed in  Guayraas.. The pirates, after committing sundry outrages and robberies, on hearing of the  advance of  Mexican troops, left with their  plunder and' two vessels which they seized.  The steamer Forward, recently sold at Esqui-  'malt, conveyed the pirates to the. Mexican  coast.  . The Senate of the Republic oi Colombo has  proposed an alliance with the South American  republics for thS purpose of. establishing .independence in Cuba.    .    .       .... ; . :  -The miniature steamer *City of Ragusa, only  21 feet in length, with a crew of two men, left  Liverpool for New York and was driven  ashore on the Irish coast. She is to'"be re-  p ai red and prb'eeed on her voyage. ;' ���������  !'  In the southern part of California small-pqx  is causing great mortality among tbe native  population.'- ' ���������*��������� - ' " ,;-" '���������','i'v'  y..A house. was4>urned bn-Httghes^'rattcV,"! k  [miles west of Knight's Landing, California.  BUSINESS NOTICES.  This Valuable FamUy Medicine has been widely and  favorably known in our own and foreign countries  upwards*of        '..I.:--. ; :  '-   ��������� ��������� '  ...;.   ;THIRTY YEAR&:., . , .  It has lost none of its goad name by repeated trials,  but continues to occupy a prominent position In.every  lamlly medicine chest.    ;   "������������������;       !   :   ���������'.",.  It is an External and Internal ��������� Remedy ��������� For Summer complaint, or any other form of bowpl disease in  children-or aCults. .tt.'is an alniost certain cure, and  Has. without doubt, been 'hsore successful iu; curiuj;  the various kind's of CCOLERA thau any other known  remedy, or tho.most skill'ul'.physician. In ilndUt,  Africa and China, where this dreadful disease is'more  cient remedy for paln:, it is c porfoctly safe medicinfj,  even in .unskillfall bauds.' .Directions accompany  each bottle;;;.....        ; .' :    ...   .....' - .-.^A '  ; Sold by all Druggists. ��������� '��������� .      ,    . .. .. .    J.a2 jgy  .limes wesi oi   xvuiguuB juauuiug, wamwiuw. vsa* wjm*iW4a������������5 *u.������**������������������������.������|   -^  and:Hughesvfour children, and1 Miss Emma ;   ^ ^ jj "��������� [0,fe \^ J \ S  Wright, 16 years old, were burned to death. ^ REil0VgD T0' barkerville,'  ���������������������������..;.The. Enclish steamer Prince Alfred, the {{ parc a to treat aitkiuds of. disease, i  "... .   ��������� THB^^t 000-'SESTINBLf   .'>*'��������������������������� J'j'   !  r ��������� is piibltsfce'-! .-i*i BtrS%illc: every Saturdayr'-Al  ������rA-i it. Iv^s-t at'-Slafi^clock, P-^^ft^yAefo*!?  ��������� pft^Ucatior!;*   ,_ .- y.-'y    '*!y ,t ry,A'. ^ i"--  ������SK  ���������MIKIKa-RBGOilDS.-;-  am  1  i  m  ?ss of. tlili  ut heving ;  ^vWorce3-:  jUthfii ib*:  SAtJCE  TTRAl'PLE,  n suppiteA  'thewmp'  nriTorriiiJ  ���������th'flMUr  j power of  llSt- JWkMf4  jifrimiw  and r  tie, i������d  tors, tM'  ������s of tlsHr  ie reflllotli  \g for lb"  ) open ������  )i*e.  > am! lock  'rat Mciii-  rs. ������������������  ill not f������-  f-nt of Pi'-  j they wn  e call w&  ^OB, #  mioir  ���������  i  B  B  i'Mr'   ..' '  cniSnOLM",!,GK*BKC '.."."       ,:  WelsliTTiirp cA ^une -29���������H. 0, Jones find;  Dav,Ed-.V!irilii*twb creek claims^fencing  'aitiuuipper'HnYnf the Good Rape co. and;  running, n.p stream 200 feet,-- including an b(d  tunnel "to bb'lcnown as tho'Welcli'Harp co;,.  UGUTNING pSKSK. ��������� -,     fe   ;  ,.  Ah Nee coi���������Jfine. 30���������Ab, itee.&.co. threb  bill claims situate on Itie son th side arid' about -j  \ mile below the.Lightning Ditch co.'s claims.  Point co.-r-Juiy 4���������:.Chas., E.ttershank,; N.  " McCullongh, t. Osborne, three., hill claims oh  N.E. bank, commencing abouVltoJ(e.^be1o.w.'  Beedy & Lihdbiirt's store and running ..down  etream 3.00'feet.  To be lchown"as the 'Point  ,;eo... ,. . [AA.,-, iyr   ;,'���������_,���������.--A .  A^.y/A;i/\[  July 4--G,; Aime, 100 feet on the canyon  opposite the Kelly point,...; .���������.;': "���������: k - ���������'. ���������:;. I  ''���������-'- KELSON CREEK.. '���������'���������'-'��������� y{(  ��������� Montgomery,; cp.���������July I���������j. X Bobertson,  J.Topiano and Pat. Lynch, the whole of the  Montgomery claim, consisting of 45,0 feet,dis-  Vcovery claims.'  Re-record. - A A- iy :  ���������::- AXTLEIt/OREEK.    ; ,.      ',' A/y '���������.  .Little Hope co.~July i^-Wm. Mosesi 100  feet, creek claim, in the Little Hope co., abandoned by P. C. Donnelly.  ./;       ���������/'   ,. J  ���������' ��������� TALI.KY MOUXTilJf.-  Huntingdon co.���������June 30���������Emily Bowroh,  IV. Elder, W, C. McCorrhack, Win. McKen-  zie, U. McKay,* W. W. Dodd, six hill claims.  adjoining the Discovery co.'s upper lines.  $0 be known as tho Huntingdon co.  ,-. ViTAfiT MOUNTAIN.  Diacoyery co.-Jnly   14-300  Inches,of  ^ater, to be taken from a point about a qiiar-  fi^^y^?;,Jr!&e^:'.9)������?.j?!8������ commencing at the  .ywo'pHJffiSK'Spd ^nning up stream o00 feet  M^lifel^m:^^^ To.be ,, The English steamer Prince Alfred, the  known^as the Groi^e creek co.; A /;     pioneer'steamer of the Nicaragua line, bound  ��������� :���������:.., ..,;,.;*?^^?I^B^. ,fo'r"��������� San  Francisco,- had met with  heavy  /W$0$?r,^S~J'^7-3"~Jo9- Trevithick. weather and put into the port of San Queutin.  t^jnt^^te^ijo^Hollman one interest. R- H. Lindsay, an actor, was badlystabbed  ^k^9fMA:.///y//A. ���������" 'AAA 'A. A at Virginia city hy a mannamed Isaac Tomp-  ;l;^|d^f^ltafi;^ kins. ���������.:   'Ayyy, A       -������������������.���������..'������������������;  lOO'fee'fc^^nd^ ^Penfjifay, E Symons, J. Tre- ; The volcano pf Cabur'u"co, hear' Tepicj"'Meic-  vi thick ..each .two-thirds *of 100 feet, creek ico, which, has !beeh dormant 'since the time of  claims; comme^^ lines of the Cortez, has bi.rst forth, again, thro wing, asbes  Little Min*heimha;c6. and; running up stream an immense distance and filling the skies with  JQ feet ii^o^Bi:theymiidK������haf'l of the Willow a column of smoke visible at a distance of 50  cV. -;Tb be known as the Middle Shaft co.       miles.  v  A Carson dispatch says that Price, tried for  killing Decker at Empire City, has been found  guilty of murder Jo the.second degree.  ��������� At Ehrenberg,'Arizona; a shooting affray  occurred, and Jack Swartz mortally wounded  one Mcintosh.. Gwartz was. released, having  shot in self defence.  A Frenchman, named Henry Seguinard, an  -optician, committed suicide in San Jose, Cal.  Cause���������disappointed m business. V  Mexican-Mines.���������In'the' .States./of Sinaloa,  Sonora and Bnja California, in northwestern  Mexico, citizens of the United States have lost  in mining adventures, within the last ten years,  over $7,000,000, and. fully one third of this  sum hasbeen furnished and lost by the people  of California. All tbe mining adventures of  Californians in Mexico have resulted in total  and complete disaster; excepting perhaps  one or two instances where a fractional* part  of the money invested may have returned tn  ihe pockets of the dupes inveigled into the  foolish enterprises by the usual appliances  resorted to by brokers and gamblersip mines*  to create a furore .and sell worthless property.  After tlie gold or silver is taken in the shape  of  wr of a mile below Mohawk gulch on Pleasant Valley creek. A'^     '" <     ~   v  Valley Mountain co,-~July (y-WixiA H.  Thompson, Robt, Michaels, Sam. Walker and  ������obt Starrett, four hill claims adjoining Discovery co.?s west side line, and funning down  To be known as the Valley,  ^^Tba^Gartlu^F.Mahringand E/  stream 400 feefc.  Mountain co.  Wfflow co^Juiy ?4.Hugh Phillips, 200 ft.  Ro-reQOtdryAA'ry' -'-A rM'\  - ;Hoiman cp.-July 2^F. Came, four inter-  esti; IZe-record.  ','������������������'���������.   -CAKTOK- CREEK.  ��������� Jniy:2���������Wng Mow & jjo. four creek claims  ������?nWcreekabout;firie>tallies,from Snowsboe  and tenvmi!es; ftbm 'Antter-a Iributary of  ;K������^oyiyf/:"/fe/fey  ������������������'   "' ...'-.;  Jul/i-Ab Ling, 58 inches of water.  wHiPSiW our.cn.-  Sing co.-J������ly 6-Ab Sing & co., two creek  eUM, oonimenciiig at tbe upper line of the  Gomubiap.ob.  TELEGRAPHIC NOTES.  ii&atcbesfrotn1 ForfHays, Kansas, r^ort  the Indians between mm Supply and Bear  Creek to be numerous and on tbe war path.  Several gbwnnient wagons had been attacked ftndafight took place between 100 braves  and a company of .U.S. cavalry., ��������� ,:,. 7  ?*A:":great Independence mass meeting Is reported to have been held in Montreal.  ' Fenians are said to have plotted to blow  up a powder magazine at Gibraltar.   .  providing for the admission of British Noslb  America as States of the Union. .       _  A tidal wave at Gnadalonpe, West  nd.es,  cbVe^dagreat^tentof land and snddenly   _.  b^r^aCoart at Canandaig^NJ & **^^7g?������&  for breach of the neutral:t,-taw. bM J as ������5^������j is8aiat0 haye been  Grand Jury found no tree b^JKT 5������ ?SV^*.Hf^^?l5iSra  San  Francisco, committed  wwide in San ������maet3 of tbe Dotninion. ���������  Mateo;  ^ t\������.ji>j������iiw ������.v. a-������.i.������^.^.-. ��������� .^..^, and is p?8  ,u parctj to treat all-kinds of.disease. and execute  . DENTISTRY in.all*Us diffcreDt brancbe?? in tbe neatest and best style. * Yeetii filled with pure Gold and  Silver; also. False Teeth put in on Gold 'Plate,' aud  upon pivctsonolclstair.ps or portions of the teeth*  .which very often remain quite sound in the jawbone  after tbe toi)s are gone, and this is the best way for  any person to have false, teeth, as Uiey are never re*  ���������moved for the purpose of cleaning like those upon  plate, and. a re perfectly-natural, to tho mouth aui  tongue, as much so as.the.original teeth ^cre.-fe.., ;  ��������� Parties who Jiavc got sound teeth would do well.'to  call and have��������� ��������� liem cleaned, "tliuj avoiding losing  them as others have done through the injurious effect*  of-wiiat is called tartar,-consisting of salivary (mucus)  animal matter.and phosphate of lime, which encrusts  the teeth with a dark.scaleyloosons the gunis,'continues down to the bones, loosens the teeth: and  causes them to fall out without being decayed. :  83j~ Teeth extracted in the very best way known.  Charges moderate    Tbe .best references given, and  all work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.  fiuOFFICE���������Opposite tin: Government Assay OQce,  mv21 . BARKERVILLE.  MISCELLANEOUS.  of bullion from the hacienda, before itcan  JJoni of the- country it encounters ml*  Fobbwy against which no insurance company  vould issue a policy at a much less premium  hm the amount insured.    And, finally, a  series of Government imposls amounting on  the iv mge to fully 20 per, cent   decreases  he bu I of coin by that amount The exnor -  ilfoa of bnUion is against the law which de-  crees confiscation if ifeis.discovered at a.������  Sorf or in the interior.if being conveyed towards lb"o cbast-LS. F. paper.  Thomas O-Neu; an old- pioneer of British  MESSRS. MEACHAM  & NASONotc prepared W  furnish Lumber at tbclr Mills, "William Creels,  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK" *'AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  '*  WILLIAM CREEK. . :   '  Having a Planing Machine in operation tbey will  also furnish Dressed Lumber at satisfactory rates, ���������  Planed Lumber and Shingles constantly on band;  jell tf ���������     "     '  For Sale,  THOS.  FLETCHER^  @ g,d.0 5SJ9L i-.JkWaids Store,  ;:   BARKERVILLE. *.;    ,    m   &\:  E.  W'ATriHMAKBB.    JEWELLER    AKD   EN  Aver   Government street, next to th������  ms4 St. KlchoiasHotel, Victoria V I.     Ohro=  ";       I  ;    |.  t h  !.  11  '   ';  ��������� A  D*fnwKPB^!^fiRrwK*!^fiflJ^S5*^?BE' 4"   '������������������'���������      T-:'"\.:,-/vfe,^_.u.,^-������������������-������������������������������������������  ^���������"^^^^(^^  ytEIBOOSEiN  SATUltDAV, JULY 16, L������7lh  'THE ;NEAVS.^;fe-gyJ;^.; ^ ������������������;,'.  The diiMestyirjimng season* cjyei-jtobwn* ip  Caribob wilV^rbbabl  encouraging 'way, for fu|nre,wmk'judging,  ifom^ihe dete^lopfeents''of "the week. "'Th^  great ^drawback oh the s^^^lo^nJ^iPS j^:  ^tlnstrcgion is Ihe deplbat,wiiicii';therichest  placer^^esiU liebttried, and Ihetib^eiice  o|^i^cai������it^ist inuu^  SSl^ Iheir opj  Rations .the deficit jn ibe. getieralyield pf the  mines" - If���������''.m\a\^jaivMAr1^>oo^.wero only a  qiiestion,,ot.'SkUi^\nd; iumrwork, we would  dfXt ti a tv kip dAp f j <$|Wfi#l j i o n^ for-, t irijea* i: ijj j ng  ,11m*/ preciouCirte)a!:^6ttt'there is a vast e'x-  Uliibf'anriterons groimd in every sec tip not  .tlrtT^nriboo gqlil;range, whicli, lliejnpst enj  I^pr prising and^kiltnl -miners cannot���������if at all  -irbiitt slowly^(>ring:,into.; Uiic6tidiliohi:rieeesi  s'Slie'tnAio\ extiti c t;?;tije;pobl;;wit(ii  ���������fefe  ry*  y-i  a siiccessi ay' feyri wo i'k (hgfe in io,ei'S ��������� wi th; the  yy  :yjyx...:.  ,;'i t  Ai  |������,  -Aiiyxy.*  Ay Ay  y A    '  SA:  iMx  ������;  jy-^Qw f4^t&ti&i&Ach\ Jl^^bmgjtoythe-worlc,  y$ftfgU#^^  ���������yjs;iiot a better coiintryy for.Jni.pjngiin!winch-  was  One of the|bbats,^tbe  A QtUTre.���������The miners of Harvey, Pine a nd  ;Kt������Uli1eyccrejpta������*^  ;occasiotially; and  enjoy it all the more lie.,  cause, likeiliicks. tlu'y are not ������ifraid of wa-  Wr.   Last^w^ek Oivace came off between a     -���������'-������������������"'' * Pim*  rbw<������d  t Jfihly  White Swan/!ywillva  Hai-vi*g'creek-".eftwfy siic^eede^t jh- paitiinp  ^he??wiimlng: point: The other boat;ihe/MVii-  ter Wiicl-." manned by a Pine creekcrew,  ,wasi lipset; by ft toiij 1 Jn ^fejmi rt b mi Ut; and  a good xliickirtg was enjoyed;; W*l: "������fl*T-  St������jn<l that these occasjon ilfeiijoyrneuts of the  mniily iportare for practice,;as_a grand re���������  "������^tffi to take���������7pIace,0"ir1lie:bike..Tt������''Sep?eiii.ber  lex*, is in? eoiitem;plalibii.-;-lt^vil.r-be open to  alLcnrnei-i,; '��������� ������^ Thy--;-v^ilVi.fS* IQf ;jUMS.->-|*rJ������ 'ft'-^^8' M-'.1 '���������'  to t lie r������\sitli s of - t he '���������. clea n;-n pf-* for, the ,mi-  sonl -"We fli'tv reqiifefcd; lo>state Jju'tfc Omin-  ieca" boatuien: a^^rtiffilarly; iuvi tud to attend. " i ���������   ' y Ai ry *.,.   ' - . iI; ^ A "A,' ���������' y��������� .' ;   :  irScfposKd 'FATATii'At'crpKNTf-f)riySaturday  last, .i.-'a"'1 col orerl mi a ri na tried :^e"i'pusoh. who  was^engiipedl^^teaiits^  !QM^*i*y<iM.*Mi"ft-*:\V?w-f*;-*i>iyj[iis1 nc������i*'--^|v*.1lg;filft**.?1!- ''WW  WiiinptVliWrwrVind cl ra v.- On ss^arcli Mm  ihn.U������ &tli^ *ihtf ��������� vlrny ��������� wrb:  traced to Quesmd river. It is supposed jhat  Fergtison;had driven/tjievdra^,-|ifio*jih^.^fiver  ^i^ieipurpose pi} f>V]i^hing(4b<������ -^yheels; and  HIlhvgi up", the' shfu^iage'qpusei.^ I\y,;(he dry,  iv ea i'bier; In n d '\\ iVexpAc ted. I y; ge tt i turl i nl d A a  deep part was carried away^by ihe^currenti" ���������  ' TnAirs���������The want of good trails h a cans*1  o f mu ch eoriip la in fc "orr Ihe pa Ft of;t rmiw rs. a n cl  ias-Hhe^Alr-rariduvJnryBvill^sOon assenibfc'ltis  Ni^;A!^^^XI^H^^:  W. ^PAViSON,  ;watcbk^  r t  SI  *TVBT *RECEIV*^;^rgfr-jptror ; '.  ./;;  ������������������_,, For ^le by>M AyWii^&iWte'imi^.-.BnBB^--:  Next doorin PosJ Office.;  LiHBEST& ^BW^OfPTTt:  ;*:. COJJMiS^ON MKliCUANTS,    ; ;,:.;,.;.  ,    , ;.       A>D CBVEttAL.������BALHI8 IN '>!: I   v ��������� fe  ."-'���������   ..- -. ..y ��������� ������������������     ��������� ' ��������� ,��������� ���������       "*���������''.���������������  G-EOOEBiES,;;fe'     -       ^  .'. ���������'; y PRO������lSlbN*S,, &c,i  BAR^RVil-LE;:^!?J AislTLER  :���������:'������������������:;CREEK.,:".  We r.-spectrally ���������b^js tb infornr MlnTrs on Antler an I  ������i:irruuii."iirig Ci"'k������ that a lull iinJj.yrtn.ii'assortment  i ]l' tl'fi* Fi^slfest. G r c r (*s ��������� n n 'I Prov iston>' I tt Ca ri boo,  a n l r-y ���������' ry tl��������� i nir r quira-.!; by 31 In .*rf������, j \vl 11 ��������� ul way^ bs  fo u n"i ii tv*' u"r Si<''re ������iii An 11 ��������� r '..;:.   .;     '    "r  ������fti:-FKKSIi'-.KAXOir-BUTTER a 1 Ways on baud;  f-f^fe,'' S^;;yr- ���������-: Ai^n^A^AAAiAyyA  iltifly a  ^i^i^df^pi nei^s; ft ri il: I i k ej y-i5 |p gbjer ftir m tin y;  years, bnjhe latteficreek^itjwVuil^  reasonable to- ask tb fit 'the -t i*a i I sbou Id {be. p tt t  m  yy  ; tho Ay* eld; which* p'eanf show af HslurrJ th^  earne^ ad Vantages^which^other^goVa?  .- \ countriesyyxre viuvohed; ^witjjf"b^;','capifctlists  ���������^Jn-all(thift^we are awarV that;:w"e are, indnlgk  - ,.;ln;^in;tiie ^'fedjnnv pf-^i-^lteratir>iif-:ibiiCV'qnfe3>F-  Spe^iJncjpaV^  ���������. !i  ������������������fe|-  ������������nd tlie blacklinUh suffic'&^r::'thp ^extractibn  Vitif the gold.' Vpfreynore^scientjnc? appliances  ���������I Tefiulre'j'to be; I ntrod imed; a nd^ rip win. the  i"Hime for *-doing- so when labor and material  ^b*n������^p"tH^  ^%i(liyplacer|teacl^ payiusr as mncha's^a huii-  M red; pun cos Of'go Id \to a set of' li mbe rs^ior .i n  dottier words, ground mi^snrinpij  three and: a half yielding��������� $1600^it is plain  '-^ibat :tli is. conn try is -wort h 5 the- n tiention Of  , en pitalistSt ...JtJji io.iicbeil.. qnartz ..ledges aud  'deep placer deposits .in > all." parts of Cariboo  ;pre available^ to ftll who have the means to  -"Svork^ tli^/yTlien;-again; there are large  ������tmcjE(itf grpmi^: wjuch are; knpjni toihq rich  *"��������������������������� yHouse .foi'^ale.���������'.,-,.  mHR'^HOU'^K next ���������i)Vlow^'-W/0.feW,ft Rsjstaurnnt,  ifc':' B-iflit^ill^'^It'.'is'wcl" pi^erid1 $M flpislio^i,  cont-uas two. roomst at\>) taor������: is a. wcwJsfi"?������i a t-  ttcftevl to. th'6 roar..-.AMo, i\v-. HiiV;'?;. Cluiir;^, im-.I  <itlK'T.Fiirniturai-fi-Fg? p-irtifcolait?,-appiyto W* Ii ivc  Kickii^K^^t^iPair;'.   -v; %>���������^ ;., - ,^.l;fi9 |til[  HO S  fc?  iTife^Gbt^ND  n:eItly;ma;ob.  WCKHAir^  B irk'''rvi!|*  slip  * fc* I!!'  utter,  '*".:'.:'"fef.i*4,   '���������'���������'-fe    ..���������"../'���������"������������������.'!���������������������������:'.:.'���������'.'    *���������,"���������;���������*  ,  Rebsiyed.e^ery- Week b? flB"!!11  ��������� ^,yyy /, Express, ���������   '-; ^;; ��������� mMB^'l  At  y<0yf^^0^!^ KURT2  jy25lm  fc'ir&rviile,  ::;fe:>;;;f;|p:og;Sgilei:  :::^ ^^-^hJ;0������'a^;^'���������  ;'���������.>���������; y: \y^^J|'���������;RICHFIELI)/ '..: :": A'iyAA  Tln> property otiE. .Crancinii;yAyfry] to  jell"    '���������  " -.   \f ; .   , .'    ?AStE3 WlCKTUir.  A; GILMORB,-  MERCHANT TA!LOR  y ,^v ^YATES fSTREET? OTOTORIAyiV. i^ Af!  ,���������.,/>������ *y   iy.\ r*' : i*f^.-fJ.->\ 'r    !'; ; *. *   "' 'Ay  IT AS ON IT AND, an*l - is couPt-tntly rccnitinsf j  111 tr^e n������j?(>rtmontl pf- CMVTHSv o,\s?i v p,:^������  ���������ma Vostlnss.-which" Imj-1* 'pfPp^rati-^.j mMc-u*t.y  m  mt.st ������nprov^l,siyic'*;.-;.������������������.. "'.". ���������- ; '��������� ���������" ���������  ��������� I'.Tu-siii \Vr!Ui'������m.'::Y^^k:;can lift'voi.hfc;r;;?.:ra���������*������������������}������'  I afcaa "by M r"McCa 1 Ipn^,B:trj������'ftry.i1 Uv,,' .      ���������"���������;.,������*''  "X'tf-" .All dr������,ors 'tyyvrs Cf^lb^o .p.?i*!ii.|it?r su^'*  to, l; ,'":i" " ':" --���������"   .; .. .- i-wKty  wfth ��������� gold,n>'i>T wlii"c1r~cannotrbirutiliWed~for  ��������� want 61.'; water.   Not. exactly  for   want  of  y^aterf^but^for^w  -^ijingrjitw . Bnormons fortunes have beenmade  i^nyCaliforniiVby cbn^  ; rpbnrer gravel; benches thrtn^ffr^tO.'De fiVtrnd  M\h Caribop.    Unforturiately. however, those;  yiyhpftre; engaged in attempting tp develop  ��������� the great wea 11 h. of th e co ti n try a re fe w i n  ^npmber^bd-rlighb of. pnrse.Ksiowly.ytoo  .y*lbw}'J Uut^ hecessarily^sorifie work goes on;  ���������and tiie-limited resu 1 tsrcreate;a. wrpng irn-*  . p ressio n ab ro ad as to the' resou t c^s of the  - ;<Jpuntry.   The b.iid ;i rn pression is���������m t d e worsiv  i'fyr^e n;eqiYen t eftafts made ia "attract popii-  "^(!P?*!^m"i abrpad by. "uncohiinned imports���������  ' ;*WD might f ai r ly say j; hy false p iete n c es���������o f  ; ���������; ri ch disc over i es.. as tii e n e wsp f "the week goes  lo show, In aholher: column, of this paper.'  Le t ^ us tt 11 o neon ra ge ex p I o rat io n a n d p ros-  .peeling, but do not throw disparagement on  Cariboo and divert the popu hi Hon-from'their  ���������ace ns to m. e d I n ca {i o ns wi I ho h t the lies t of rea-  Jflous furIrloing';so.   There is no belter gold-'  Jtij'nihBr couniry, we repeat, limn OaribnoTnnd  ���������wilh-lhe assisiance of capital, it would soon  li lace,! he co I o ny in a p rosperrtii s 1 ig h t.  '\:-~'-'A ���������   rfs^������������������ asas'. ���������      '���������  .-.���������..'.���������'.'  CAamooLtTKRAiir Institute���������This valuable  "5nstif.u!ion is helm mafd������ mor������attractive than  usual by Ihe recidp*.'of additional books, and  *wo undersland;that books, have be^p ordered  so tbafc'every month the subscribers will have  the pleasure of perusing something new.   It  ~$ii -iiitehded to increase ���������������he slock of books,  nnd by  this means   rendor. the institution  thoroughly worthy Of public- support  KrcR AoALV~ryeaterday.;when the Black  Bull co, were trying1 to secure the diggings,  ������ome d irt���������abot11'- factl f a car \oad-~feTf from  tb V- fa be ��������� in to the cl ri ft. .On wa sh i ng tbia  tot tfiey^^ptoiaednie^rly-l-oa; <if gold* *  i:������./ tyu  customary champagrief treat of^old 4imes>in  '.(panbop;'' Next to' ihe co mpli men tary; it oasts  ,'tp.i.he Black. Bull co������Uie health.of^lr-LaIIipr.  'pf *= Riclifietcl, i.wi 11v li e dru nk. t hat,gi������n 11 <*n>n n  having'rietermiiied tplreviyethe '.custom of. the  ^bo'd bl uj t i mes in'���������������" cO m p 1 im en t :tb fth e pe rse-  yerance;of the;.corripany^-" Ay A"' ">*.������������������!'��������� -; [   , >  y' tfosf--iN*3-i-m*b���������The dry weatherJof the"paat.  two weeks,hasi greatly diminislu������d;ihe supply;  of; wateivfor.mining.,purpr)sesvj Sotne hydran-,  licpbinpante's h^e^  ^and'otlierff to corrtmen^ tip.   Yes  terdayi lib We ver rrain lyegari "to^rallx and a \.'-  ��������� pearance3 indicate^a^ raihyh;?3spell^T which'  wppld upw;*ie; very aeceptableKand just in  .time.: ��������� - '. iy'yy  A A Mr,   y^ 1 jADViSKTrSBM KXT.il  '   '        ': '"  : ^^ffiving.^ without an thoirity; Issue cl ;d'J:nal-  lengei tbrpugh. the;��������� mediiim-;bf��������� the SENTrxKL,-  ^jor-;,ilVlr^fhonias. ^tocke^.tp:wrestle--any;nian  in Cari bop. a n'cj; M r,Ste p I ten: Ma t ti ce i ii /.pa r-  iicu\ifyA I het^)^;i;etrac't! Ilie -same..Vas Sri*  iSibcker'rep iiO ia tes. rtny; age n cy ;i i\[ any mat te r  perfaini11g to himsetf.    Joseph-Matthkivs,  ^���������,BAii:keiwillef July"AAZJOMi;-; :-.:" y - A AZl ;.  Rp;Ens^ii>ftKt'-; Mr,-K-^ufv 1 '^r'^-br-JirFrTsicjs l/a-  x^^ier'jvHlich.u.^iiW^ill .V������;pr^tp3>l?y. :������tii>ii<iiiii to  iiiidtmrnklully'.received.^ > ��������� s  ^Hji^;.l;ln^y^^y^.f;^fe-;vy.���������..;.������������������y������������������ *\-^gS^j^^L^ll:--.  y  A_-My yA-:fyftQ.J.\QEAAi _A ,    ^   y    [  T' HECOPA'T^ERSHIV;^ itttwecn  A. Wilfiruri-^rr^^ahd; Pavid ���������i.Bpnri'eyi.isahisiday  rnaruillyA;issolvod,: ":���������. . ���������; /. '������������������.;';.; ;'/���������''"''���������'' ���������. ���������        '���������'"-; *;  :. D i vi������l Bonn <} y^w ill 1 j q a 1,1a te.f a 11 d ������Ms and recei p l  for all outatuudiug a ccourils il n 0 tii e la to. fi \m. -:; ���������   ;  1 ��������� V'v - ��������� ���������    '. - "' "   "!;: ''    ���������'���������'��������� W1 r.T JAM FORRIsT. {  * y-f   \ '    yy   .���������*. J)AmO���������'���������BpNNEY-. ?  . 0 O  xn  bL  * ��������� M+*-iata. ��������� yx- <.  UIZ-A ������1011^8,  J.VJJ-  'Z>  ��������� Barkerville,: Jane 23, 1870.  ,.; je25 lm  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  -^TUST;!R?^-sr7El),;-t.li6:firs't jiisUlmorit of& shmxoT  ?J, : sB6oks ortierfd, for the 0 i ri boo Literary iri'siit Die,  H?rPa Iter Bo;dks wi 11. be. recti vo ��������� 1 in on thly.-.-   THE: .SOB8CR1 I^TIGrfyHa4 A,BEEN' .ftE-  * ^^DpCEp TO;,SB'PER jQCJ.ART.Eii.ri:,.;  rMJ. Am   -VA-.-'/ -��������� feJQHNi.BOWKON, Lib^rim.  y July 16, 1S70.   ...    ..",.,-;.;;,':���������   ....... .juiettn.  Cstriboo P r o neeir; Quartz  y;/,, -Miiicd. y/yyyy  THE ;SITA'R*EH OLPERSf of ^ihls^rai^ny'baVft' <1e-  ;;terrrfiawl,;\v*i.ilivti vi>fw-to,cncouragO:.the testliijr  'nn";l working of' Qu'uriz'L^uJs, tOy;   , - AyA-ii . i-  CRUSH- folTARTZ ON ;TWe FOLLibWING  A   ������������������" REDUCED TERMS :  A''r-ONE TOXy     ���������������������������"--'������������������*-'''-���������.-"���������; ''$3'0    ���������'  Mi re tli,*ui one tnn, AT A LOWER RATR; iiccor.1  ing -to quantity, to be arranged with tile President.  '.Tv jJ.;^asonvu"-;;    ""*'   '-;-"���������.��������� "��������� l."V. .ittStfN, y  ',**."���������* 'A?''- Tresi'lent;'.  .T.-. .H. T^Do. S ^.crctarv......'..: .  Bin k ervi f I >, Juh ������������������ 22, 18.70. :: - 1 c25 1 m :  commission me r e h m mtMo  GENERAL DEALERS  G-roceriesv;   ; Tl^;v  '/.  -Itf'THE SUPREME��������� COURT OF BRITISH  ���������iAiA/AiA^yy^oi^mmAA' A  A;; COURT of Gcnenl"Ai������fzi find tool riilfwr will  -V .be hell at KiclifiolJ, on MONDAY. 18 th July at  11 a.ni., on I on subseqo��������� -������t rlays ;i110 ;\,m *  Any matter re-nly an<l prop -r to be taken by the  -.Court mav be brought weenr MivJv    ���������*     ���������������������������-���������-'  " ; y matt ���������R'BKfmiG. c..r.  HJONRV. I*. \>EU,EW CREASE-, .T.  Prbyisions^and  ���������ON HAND^,  ���������T H "K   Oi&tiE .M^A.fTJB D  rs.  ���������83? Fart ietil ir attcn'thiri paid to Cobsigrimc  C'iumry rn>i.upo. .y ; ..5 r]   ......-,.,;������ ,y ��������� ; j^  nts of  4 3m  ;. THE. G AR:IrC G O   A MAT E URS  '���������'" Announce tliatt they wilI perform on      ;  Saturday Ev'g, July 30,  FOU THK  . #S������r Particulars hereafter.  KE-UP-J  Restaurant '^iic^Ba^^'  rr-IIE Pr*���������>pri"tor? of, tb i s ol -.\ anri wol 1 ���������>h o\vn ostnt'  I lU.ltrrii.-nt woulir.ysp;ctfully tlinnk "tlieir numor"  ous fr ends and tlw public tor tb.e.jx.tcnsivi piuronapc  ln*r .'ton )re b oslu woo on; ihem. and'i'rusttbatby their  u.^iiil siriot:attentifin to i)usiness tliry will merit a  continuance of tbeir confidence axid support..-..  Meals, $1,    Board,  $16 : per Week.  OREAD  MADE  OF   THE .BEST .FLOUR  We recommend to the puolic our  GROUND    GOFFEE,  wnich tea much superior article than any which ������,*������  be bail from below. We Roast and Grind*} t ourselves  apd choose the best.berries, conscquerftly, the pub lie  may be sure ofits being free from adulteration. "'  y y\ ,.   ";y. ��������� ^AITfilJSON.4, QQOSSOIf.  , MISS 'A.:;H?������KM:AW:"-;  f>*yy to ar.noyv-.eo Iui>t-������be liai x^4.r-n 'ilv. hty  O   log known as the New. Dominion; biding--RabsBi  us,a '���������       "   ���������"; y yry' 'Ai ,!.;  RESTAURANT AN^RQA^nXNa  , Fi r? t -cl ass Mca Is \v 111 l>o fu r nibbed, a ii d. the si rict������  est'ntt ent Snn pal>I Ui t Ivc wanIS'.oMier citi-totni'rs. .  DIKNEH3 'KOK" PRiy^^ByvPAETiES ; cooked- li  for-ler-. M        - ' .���������.>'  M-y.' V;' AA. * i'     ..." : ���������" y.  W I N-ES"y LI.QU 0RS   &  CT:G A ES-,  of-the best q.ual it'y, to be obta 1 ned ������c.tbes B.ir.  BOARD,'    -      .   ;  .      .      $ 12 per wiz^y-.; '  "��������� Barker\rillp, J.iilj*:.2"," 1S7^ '; "'       " "        J������2.  yyr/:x.^  y .^psALE^i%.;;-:;;; A-y/A  Grr o o e r.;i^;s.| t;Pip:^isi:6ns,  Liquo^  ST 6 R AGE   AND   COU^AlSSIM  ' tfcSf Cons) gnrrients careful ly at tend cd to and .������toi  ���������lfl.mii|]Ay..eiafUfe^.������*;;;;.A/A*/ *'} '*'" *' '" 'V*'.:  ���������. Barkerville;JJuno2U"nV 1870:'--':'      ��������� "je253tn  -  Rediictioii in Frei^lit;  'P'HE "RATE^ OF FREIGHT fRQM SQ.DA CREEK"!*  i..- Qucsndmuutli onthc ;      ''-":.; ���������'-.' "������������������'-. r'-r  [        STE AM E R " VIC.T0R^A fe'  yWillin future bo "**'���������������  ON EC E NT    P E FT P OUND,  ;-v "'^"^iPASSAGE,';-' "- /A/M*/yA ���������  " Tlie uhdbrsitrhc V wilt iiert������artrr" be pn-parejl t*> f������j |  eiw gnods   at Soda Cr<^������k -and fiirWard wmy]  Wagons or P ck Trains ,to Williams Creek at t"������  LOWEST RATES OF FREIGHT,  FREE FROM i)RAYAGfe STORAGE Affl,  r:-i GQ\nimios$r   a:.. t  emitting Freight upon Williams Creel'. Worcjpcct-  fully usk for cunaignments. ,���������...������.  MARV1.V k WPWPj-  We are not responsible r<>r Ijakajje of' fluids m ������*  Soda Creek, if iy 14,3^70. ,n>'^  ���������  "^^������������������;  ^m.  an'  Ifel  NR-  IIS-  PS  iii  :y:.1  TUi  co.  on  m  co\  mo  ���������������&  em  "of  ab  Tl  tw  en  s b\  Hi������'  LlCli'TNlNO Crkek.  \riNKRS ANDTRADKRS will nnd it te thclr������jj  IU   vantage to purchase at thisStoie, vvUero mere'  lABfiE ASSORTMENT OF  Mn  Ah  V  . er  : ft  in  a  Cf  w  m  Of the very best description on hand, nnrt th������_*u*  constantly replenlshod by new arrivals. Tn* it*������������  tors will sell Goods  AS  CHEAP AS  ANY IN  CARIBOO.  Orderspromptly flllod, and forwarded with dlspaK  ViaWialtH   "-AA       A       . .P^wP"  tl  li  ii'  *mt.  &*  " -:..  /v.. sa  *��������������� Join n-'wn n, oraprnfe- ' ��������� |    :.  H^f^yy:'fe .:*'/���������? ��������� &GXKiMW������)������AAyjr' ��������� ���������'-���������'"���������;.y'������������������'���������''"' *,.  "From 50 to C0 ChinWhieh���������' are working 'on  ibis creek and 'getting But-isfuctdfyy*y/A~::: \  ��������� "AAAyyy,    -GROUSECRKKK.fe.'i'A4i't.:_������������������_.. ,j  /The Shy Robin co.Vare' cleaningyrtp^aiHl  ^MlMCA INTRLUGENCi3.:  SU0DI3^:UEATH 'AND; XNQtJBST.  tjj  *fiiii,  THE  HAV.  D.R,  {"������������������in?, a-  MINING INtlOhLlOi^CE,   _  ' A'A ;-WILLI AM.CUKK^. ��������� ���������       ;-fe'  The (^UMIW co. Jmye,opened Lbe-right  in dManco or 250 Vfeek from Ihe Creole,  !Uv;t^nenc,dlunnein.^andl)nildin|:  nt   t.r?luift-hauSe.::L^t Sitl*p:day.thev  lr^|W blue graven  Jnkin about'ten:days:���������.-The San Jmiii,*Moiin-  *&   Bn   lev-Niehdfenn ��������� nod   Do iv hie com.  1 me: ^;:m^n������.vdmuliHn^Y������? fi?w������?  nve'������iVnc������ exHleiiM-Vnspecls. ' ^ ������������>Ic:  iT nlTU cf^ cleaned up MU,035, .last week" mu  Kneel lo ha vi ncorresponding amount Ah\p  wk    The Six toed IVte co. ^hednp dii  SV���������.fourdnys^  StXtWlYui^  |������ ���������drtmlte eompanirs are-about-to cleanup.  ������!uromuUhis season and a good yield is an-  ticihalo<L The Barker co. are pwpectip?;  tjboDiller co.nrewasliiti^lhe surface.   The  >;:, By; ;tb e 'ar iivals frotri Omineca tlita week -the  ���������newR previouslyreceived is��������� confirimHl^Tbe  back ward StainpWle'-htid, n<������t diminished :bit lj  h ^  ^,_  w _ ...... r   :vn^reiisedHri;th������*! mmi^rpf'disapfii'djfifetf'ftjid  mnWnte waJST'^The ShH Spring co! haVe run  Stinting miriersy nA .few-men..ho wevetVseenv  Offaliviire-pieeeof^romvfl antiare  ���������... a������.^������������i.��������� s,.> iu���������. .i.:.... id.i^u.:;ii������,i;s^k J dlf'f 1'ict for the ��������� wimitier. .or as tong.as;their  ^linpY^llnsfL-5'Some of���������itt������'%vs0:T(;'c|i)l'������ 'tio ihe  ���������belief.Hiiial/^^d^iiitiies wo-'tOv*>efotuid in  ^mfne&CTUd^hiM^  vet beeti Rufficienily'p^osp^cled;   The' miijori  \tyroi':those, who lia veivU' rned^re;men who  -"co.  a pump^o bottom in* the*, dt^epjizy^Vii-iiil,5vli|ci>'  paid Aveil I ast year. TheTimonAc& :wo:#\viiq%  i rip tip.   The Quee n of Sheb a co; a re gron n d ���������  sluicing. ;^'l^.?*^��������� ^^r'M'.i^^W���������?fol>'1 *eK-:::*-->y"*^r*?-  ob 1 iped toVtop wo������k on Wednesuay. for want  of: water: "^  ahead. ������������������-..-",'.    ',,,..."'   :%A -. ,Ay..i U A,/ ':':i:  . A ly. A s A,x V ;0 ay kttk. ua vi *KE^ ;-/' -.'. f! ���������;: ���������;T ��������� ������������������ ���������.:? ���������  ;A| few China men are - m'aki ng ab out S3 per  day. .' : Ayyyy A\     .   '.--  .. ir.. My  ���������   i   .   'y-BKCf?s^opT^Jir/-i.-^:     ���������':.���������':���������������������������.:���������;  The Welnb co. are nyernffinp nn ounce a  day to the hand.. The SUyui -co.: jng^ttttbiig.  wages* :";';:'. ���������" *. ���������';': Al [ .-. ������������������.: ��������� y'; ���������; ��������� .^-AyAx try A,, j *  v AKTLKItiGKEEK.f     ���������"/.������������������'������������������   'AA. '  Ground-flluicinp is penerally con Untied ofl  tlitn creek. ���������' A few 'cniiipa'rii^s :-b'������yeyM���������'  ni en ced cl en n i n p u p n nil';! uKj up o ii t' soth e pa v.  II il ton & co. have struck,11 jirospect of, .$'150  to'the pan. Am.a'     ���������.'���������.*;'���������������'- ���������*-; ' -\ ".;/  ,".%;.,������.'-������-'' /.''.-' "^KKmiLKT-cnRKK., ;".������������������;���������'^;;;';;i,;,ij';  "The Monte 'Oli'rfelo: co?ikrucWi ^pro^cte)^  iinbers')ast.w.eelc.yfrheaold  ha vi n p , ,b.ee n  d Isap i.>c������i filed ; in. bo th res pects!  iUj'^^were^'icpm^  lurne<!^l"tnt";tliose;w so give the;  niost.discourjipin^:,:accbunta of, Uj^cfumtry=  and bf,^t)te labor done. The Chapman,' Dis-  eOv0ryv'IVitab iiM. m ii few; = prnaUer companies.  wi������re w orki np oii Vi 1 al creek, ; A ceord inp to.  tha, la lest in tel 1 ipence^hoxyeyer, thei'V i * n I ;co.-  " -^" one which lia'd' taken' oitt-' any-:  .,,. Qn. Su nday 1 ast:; an; In d iah; woman yarned  tiicy Bo nesy was fob nd 'dead i ii 'her bed In..������  cVibiVoppBsl'Us' ilie Si 'JSU vior's 0hivrcli'. hkx-  >k'������ kv\ (UvavAn inqUest- was field ob-the'< 1 ol Irt w-  m p *i 1 ay (by,tD r.;.i Bel Y# when, tlie follow ing ip at-:  |.ft cut avs, ca tii e ovtf t o ti ^exami uu tion. as :j to;.: the  catVse bi';death :y'���������-..;y A".rA/tri'ArAyAir y,-%  "VTorii. nn^hdiah/jjaV^Lue^  o'ciocii on Sunday iifternoony' Bhe' was'tti i)e'il  .with a white;niau;andher ��������� ariri wa?s under'fiw  lieu d,; * "He;( wi to ess) at on ce to 1 d 1 he ?Si washea  who''were:'.iii hisyrpom at IhetimejUjatfeLucy  yfifii deadV and lie\yvcnti to ;���������hj^f..>'Co-ps%b^9  Li ii dsity! and toid hi ai. He kue iv, tlie whj to  I'uiftn fltfti!?hti!y  ' '"   :';' ���������     '-'''' '":r '���������   ,J*'.'  ;{; Swap^Siiin��������� Saw; fjacy, allye^ on-Saturday  iloF^cv. \wasliHdntiV 51:ox/for last wK<������nd  ire nreivirlnir ahojher se;t; of: works; Tor, Uie  AAA/tfiu ivtuctTpuy ms^f^k '.lifeV Winu������r,  '"^ T"-HU;>rttfc..eo: aiv-^.rdi .re.pMJrine; .their tun-  /] iiiid at-v -uoiv makbitf ������ood JHOgrt^  ���������fr fow CHJnew'/'cwBuitij'lea"^  y*nWtr*; T^CoWKngr;*cb.' tfp*. drluing and  ^jiivig ^.iges. ;_';' j'   ;.:; ,     ;���������; ^.* ..��������� ������������������  ."   ,..-."..,'y [wAtt^fe iah'C&M  TopCjtVav-'col'eriJ ^'mk*tte a ^fw1>dinft  e'e   4hi������ Fi^f'Tiini't^h'Jvi'  she il id not co m plain; 6 f I ������ei ng fiek,;:f s '*%> ^ff  a guidon "Sim day about /J o'clock ; she' f,wU  il r u uk; abed :i;; a whi to" man: waS with :ber,^ ajn  rtipht; she; was ,,\vashi 0g clodies in heruhouse ,  her  lis  .,. \l  her arm was und������M; his brad ;^khew:theHvhite  tjmn.";;.-.Siwash Charley was;a)so"in,the ropnij;  suwvLncy.again atinitiday; she;.was.:deft^;^|  .v All3Vcvvr Ke11 y-^Heard, a ��������� n6ise on Sithday  .-moriiriip :Vi it deemed; to * proceed fr6tn;L\tcy  I Bones1;.cabin ;i;didn't<po nearuhe cabin;be.  .! vv  10 oz. to a set of  Flat co. are runnjnp u. drain *aijd. ejepecr'tj  slnke .bedrock in lhroe;-or fiumweelvs.   Tin  Stonewall co. aresiukipg^hiilt^  \6ither com pan ies have ��������� re'fwii re tyi 1 ie^d ama pes  d one by, t h f recon t freshet^and expec t> totake  out pay soou.' ."���������''''��������� '"'';' " ' r"A'A i ' '��������� /  . y'. ;. , y- ��������� -��������� f y.'i|,{ivRT;cnEKKy::'^ '"A'A- :B.AA/a  'Point; to, vtlHi ^fosp^ctiili^y 1imdVaw& co  .���������wili; cie.-m \\\s m- ?o'e*:I$ic'kv1'iblH <veeki;,;".Tbfe  .Minnehaha'co. n\e'nwId'a^.w.igV?.y ���������������������������,^;';.^;ti:  '.;....'r.!*J>1'iUT5T.3\ii'(;*ikv.k. [[���������' ��������� [:'[AAa/:':'���������������������������  .'��������������������������� In ihe lnlte'��������� "navlof tJih week' tbetrplitninp  c,fj, otJfoft to rk'Vi'p-iy ' "aejidsi, nutl-nt the end of-  ( U i e w*:��������� t������ f t s ey. (im :I 2 3'  taken out on PrUhiy-s  e ij. v.* ashed ;i i.. ���������#*������*. i������'i.  tionary pamies;oi las^^i^nv^/'^j"^ ;, Vi  ^uminv worlc that the i?hod puy, .taken.put ast  vear^hb^extefM b^nd^tot^rounajb^  "that:of:adrunken^womari.;Jyiv  ��������� ,:.-^  J.'W;YScott^O^Sattird^:'eVen  l6waiWwwKWJ?*Wta^fe,l!^^  flv^r^ iFM������:^ccessfutthere'*he:Wo;uld;re-:  iiirn-and stitt'liVMt j!ronub?ve to tlie country;  ixnlored last atifemn,ibe;twee  nnd Castle fi^t\:A -A^haft; had:, beersunk^byi  ;li*;a.my-heard* a goodideaUof^hoise in^Luey?*  y >m.. C'3 .ot' ,which;;>yty*(;  nd4������{W'%. -thetloss  '/��������� H'hv Oiinbar coTare  rnfi hV-tUT  !"'- ���������  g-Rponi  fQUSt;  n'rs.  okod-ti  A RSv  ���������ec!?.- .;  s Jul  mm  m.  ions,  UND,  tbc'm i*y fc  k at Hi*  rK AND //  MflHT.  ids in tj������<  niv2*tl .  ^B  tlieir-**'  ro thereB  tltoPi^  lie jffOjffl  moo*  i dispatch.  ropriotort  ������������������etmk'a siiaf.t,"and tbiirid the:bedrock pitching  :Rf an unpie of 45 deprees.-: .They think they  are on tlie side'otdhe channel. -The ImstTrial  c^. lmv^sefb(t^and;will\baveUh  ; tested -very son n.   ... ���������  , [ A A A '������������������ ��������� ',' y '* "���������  ��������� ��������� '���������'- "Ay' AAA. "���������''; ��������� ���������gTOCT^iuLCti. ���������;;;';; 'y:[ Ay A %  ���������Ay$\iji Tfi-^rsle;ca-.wasfi^d-Mp:..39>oz.tot,iSree  days-last w������iOK. fe        *��������� ;���������';   t--Sj      ,.,'      \  ���������-���������"���������: - Ai'-\ .""'COXKLTN xwhCHMAyA-A.; y'Cfe' -.  *s: Tlie ��������� r-1? x1 co.:" washed;.niJ.;,M 02:iast week.  fiie totw'::-SVaK; ooi������Afeisiiri "iip"il3; ozri: The  Wlule-rineSi.'van-off tho pay. . T^e.-=Ericso,n  co. -iRtnTe wages;'- The;Renlrewco.::haye;: got  on lo pay tvgamand ^p.^^^W^^-?55,  this week;;-' ^������������������������������������y-yyn .������:���������":. -y> j'-1- 'f ;���������������������������������������������;,���������''''!'  ;;.���������������������������   ������������������  -t ���������;;"���������'-������������������'  VA l"XK Y, iffQUNT A IN'.' y    ;��������� :;;   ; ;;,.;���������  The, Discovery:;:cp;'are bruiging,m;:a large  ditch.:/ Thegroniici abb.y.o and below, the.Dis*  coyeVy: has: been ������������������taken up for.a distance oT  more'than a-milti?''������������������'!���������:. fe', * A. Ay A A ���������':".���������.",'.'.. A'A  f: " '���������".':.MA i:''���������; '^Y^LEY'.CltEEK:.'"': ������������������ ���������;'.'./.;. ',r,. \  .-':':��������� Baiter No. .2ire::suikin^  yege. .C^.;:>.y..^'-:^y."-J--*"���������'-:���������'���������' ;:yy;y ..';.;."���������.  .fe .-...^'.y-fe-fey  .LOWHEECKEKIf. ;./.,; "   ..,';���������_.  On Wednesday the.Black* Halt cp.'sferuck.a  *pw^e^^l*"*9KrP^^lln* ^ J^^iil  smaller gold. '.'Tlieir liinriel is in about MoU  fee 1;   Tha p rOSpect. was ob t ai n ed in a d riye  ';oT 25>^t from abliiid .shaft 35 feet deep nnd  about 200' f������et-Trpi.ii,:the;face sof the tunm\l.  The company have been-working-for over  two years under 'the most discouraging cir-  cumsiances. and" Jbe-gobdf fortune indicated  ��������� by this prospectlio^beea fairly earned.    ^ :  ' The .fcel 1 y cuo. \Havtii'- :co m menced clea nlng  ^np and goti7"''c������J'oW���������5,?fd������������tdtt���������y.,  The Vic-  ^'iovia.co..expectiatake'oyt 40 o*.this week.  vThe^^isp<ill-Rober.ison co. aresiiikiug a shaft  The Brown co.- are,cleaning up.  >;  i \   ������������������ 'fe     A-  feMOSQUlfo CREKK. ���������'���������[   ' i'  The .5rinnehahafco. are fit Hi. washing head-  ���������inps,' -Tlie' Litile'^iiiinie co. have lixed up'  ..their shaft and, are ready to open out. .The  ; Toint co; are ground-sin icing.   The Willow  co. are npain a t: work a-nd cxpect to make  good wages.   The tipper Willow co. are making S4 anI.SS.per day to the hand. TheTabb  eo. nro washiiig^underground. t Tb*?, Discovery  co. havefebeen; repairing their; tunmd   and  would;commence taking.ybut;,:pay again this  week. ���������������������������-*; [AAA-AA^/AM"  *'. )i, .:, RED GtWlhy:   v - ���������,    . 'M '���������  The pronnd-cUiicinp claims at. the. bead of  this gi.lch'Yire taking out small wages.   The  iioston cb. are making about wages. ."  WHirSAW GUT.CH.  The Con nubia co; have been ninninp a tun-  nelr and would open out on pay this week.  ���������: cocltsb creek:  The Discovery co. are hydraulicing and will  commence cleaiiing' tip "next "#eek.    From  prospects obtained they expect* to do ������������������well  ;xkl to be >Mi\% w<"tt. ���������Tlje.^OotIiyWule-r;,C0.  i*<4y������ pot ;uqwu' wis If ifii'ir. nyw, bed. cock; fihait  oveV Ji f������et. The Vicionaci^liayeisu^k}^  feet in b e d rock; an d a re ji ud <l Un ~ "'"' ;' '���������  igup.  ; A'P..T.AST -Clf ANCI^ CnkKKJ  'Xyl  'fe The-Clarke: co., aithe monjhof^W  "tier drifti ngHHro(������ffbvW^wW-in^-^e'Chait-  nel at the bottom of thei^shaft; sjruck a good  "prospect,   bonsUttnp,-of ra Hiwejfljunrler. pz:,  piece and ah'o.ut ������.*?!.*MWce of".fiue ������ol(I Wl1" "*  few pieees ol\coarse<yy;T^;^    -^ ���������. "|y ;'     A::A:  ' -"^y'-iy '^^fMM^Y'^i/.miiwit:/r  ';'The Gooi-iHopW.ciaim %S;npl; paid as well s  during tlie" p^ist two. .weeks ������." ^efure. The  Caradoc co.;,are^inkinp asecondiishafti ��������� J be  te'Um co. are prep ri rio p to sink a shaft: \The  SnOwdbn co; are rnntiihp a tnnoel and making  ���������from lb!tol2fretpor day. Halliday & co  are. d ri IU ng and rn a fc in p  Robertson co. continue  _ .     .  company- above -tlie forks ;on,Jackson "gulch  aft* drifting, and thejNurth Wales co. are pre-  tb*re^(t'oid;me;ri6 7  ,,...  was ilierejurthe; morning't^'told iinelho���������*}>iihe  'small; wages,:::;The  cleaning* Up.; ' The  paring to sink a sit"ift.  Co kg n.\ te utokt���������Tii o m a ri'ta pe of hisKx-  cellency Governor Moserave to Miss' Field,  daughter- of Cyrus Fi el d i of (elepra p hie lame,  h as been the subject of m nich. co n p ra tt 11 alury  rem a r k .and in wis) i i tt p (hem a I i' h ap pi h ess.  coupled with.a henrty welcome to tho bride,  we ech o th e ge rie r a l se n li tn en t o f Ca ri b o o.   fe  ���������^���������FbR'FftAXCR���������M. Aujyuste. who has beep  en paged in (arming -at Okanngan lake for;  several yeacfj, has sold his slock and..farm aj.ilN  i ri t en ds to e i ij������>y his t i l tie I or to n e of S SO. 000  in his native con n t ry,J a he 1 le, F n\ nee. Mess rs.  Elarper Bros, bought bis sheen, numbering  .2500.- ���������  -r;jy--. a/ ^f-A^A]  ;.;. ft rca Qt ��������� a rtz���������So me qu ar tz f rom a vet n in  the-Brown claim on Lowhee creek has ��������� been  assayed.at the Government Assay pAlifo. Barkerville. and the result is���������SI90*0 to the.ton !  The voin. however, so far as seen, is only ten  inches wide. I' * \  Bxp.itKSS���������Bavnard's express arrived early  on Saturday mornitur lust and left on Satutv  day night. Mr Dewdnev came bv the up express, and lion. II. M..'Ball, and Mr A. Hoff  man left by the down express. Tin* ex press  is expe cted to ar ri ve iiga in th is mo rn ing,  RHimiua���������In the garden of the Rrv. Mr  Derrick Uiere is some very large rhubarb  gro wing. ; The piem of one of ���������; tbe; pla tits  measures tii inches in diameter and 28 inches  high.   The leaf measures 25x32 inches...  BKSBFtTr���������Mrs S. P. Parker has Ahem tendered a benefit performance, fo take place on  Ihe 30th inst.. by ihe Cariboo Amateurs, in  consideration of services rendered to the Dra-  matto Association..        ���������  Latkst���������T h o 1 a test arrival s from Vi tai  creek have brought news to the 1st July, but  there is.no change to note in addition to the  news.we publish to-day under the bead  " QxmDeca Iatelligeace������" .        ,"  . ..  atJ 25c!'at: ''.TailtibrI*Hndi'hj?^d-rid rwa?r 661 d /-o.n^  V*i1al creek at prices ranging belpw^cost: of  freight, o.wirig:tp-tiieAqiinh\\fyihroivii";6n. ;,the  m ar k et ; b y the m en ., abo ti t ��������� t o re I u rb ,v Jo h n'  Pol mere was: making an, effort to bottom ^a  s?m ft i.nythe Adair gronivdy vThe;.deep pround;  *o n Vi t al ��������������� reek Ibid n 61 been th or dugh 1 y'tei ted,  an d Po I me re re cei ved assi s tan ce. in ih e work  fro m a jV\y parlbooi tes.; w h p were desiro\ ts of  si;ein* Hlie -botlpm ��������� before: * leavi hgl Silver  creek, w h i cb was th on ght at b tie t i tn e to loo k  we-l 1: for; m i n j ng* ch ad - been wel 1 ,p rpsp ected.  arid abandd'neti.   A  ' ~ ' ���������; *.   v     . ���������  ��������� TriE Cnp-ra.^>Ij\;)Ve;ithyjia^ twenty-fivp;  a cres n n der en 1 i i vat ion at die mou Ih of Kai th -:  ley ct'('ek,:and.good crops.pf b^u'ley.ioats and  vegetables are. .expected to be gathered: yAti  th e ra nch abo u t, ten m i I es be.l o w! Ke \ th 1 ey  Creek, ph. the North Fork, Ihe barley; about  twelve acres, looks well.- All the ranches In  1!  cctiseiptence of:droiighty weather. .  ;;.VMkmoinr -.-pi-esides. byetu the, past-i; Fku^s  Cov'p\w, over 1 lie presen fc, The fi rst 1 ives i n af;  -, ri ch; tern p 1 e $\ u n g. ;w i lhj*rl orip us. rtro p liiesy' and \  \iiieil willi tombs ; bi11 f kli/s Ooi?i>i<2k litis bnt;  on e s h r in e ���������������. an d 1 h at is e v<������ ry;; break fast ta b 1 e.-  Its aroma walks; the earth like a spirit,- and  can* be fo u n d f< >r' sal e' tit e ye ry respect a b jo  d e a I e r *s in . II i'i ti sh:. Co 1 ti. rii bia. . Be ware^ o f  spiirioiis iinUations.;; -. .;-.���������;.....���������.;' ;..    . ���������. ?.��������������������������� -.:-.i<j'*  En n atum"���������In our previous mini nor rep ort'. it  was stated tha t-t I i.e V \ c to ri mpa .on Li gh tn i n p  c ree k were down 13 feet wit h ] t hei r bed rock  It w as  I he Van con y e r:; ,'co/' w lip. Ij ad  ibat di��������� pth.   The Victoria . co. are  down 30 leet in bedrock,    ---i*"'���������'������������������  A rioxBER���������The "first butcher's' cart" ever  seen in Gitriboo  arrived  w e I v e a c res, 1 o o ks wel I. . A11 t ne ra n e 11 e������ i u  lie" 'upper coy iitrj, wliichpre no t sup pi ied by  titchi\%" have alprbspectLfor- light crops in!  Cl  shaft...  slink to  in  ... Barkerville on  \Vednesdav.: l^.^s-ib^iigiityrom Victoria,  and is for Messrs Van Volkeuburgb.     ,  Nuggkts -The Dominique co. found, a ijug-  iet of pold weighing;_ten^ounces in  * "'  their  'ok.   The Montgomery  of  p t o it nd td n i ce I ast w t  co. also picked lip a two oz. piece.   .������������������-��������������������������� ������������������  DnowxKn���������-Last week an Indi'tn woman  named Chan Tat,was drowned,in Fraser river  noxv Soda creek.. Shuswap Kate, another In-  dian woniaii, was with lier at the time. -      '���������:  Fo it p st F i rb���������A 1 arsre fi ra occ u rred o n  H ������ ry ey e reek la st w eek.., Laidl aw & co .��������� s  flame narrowly escaped its ravages.  Boyle's train,.laden wilh flour,"^arrived  here on Tuesday.  Hox. G-.-A. Walkbm is expected to arrive  here to-day.  and |Saw'jber;dead-in:^b'ed'j^ siiw: no"  marks of.violence,; A -��������� ^ y iym *> .   -���������.-...-  '.f -Charlie,.��������� any In^ian-^On^'Saturday ipigUt-  Lucy was ironing ; I ,was in thj^h'ouse^wb^a  t hiirwonid .get .some?poclUails:;^he; wenivs  go"t;o?ne;bottle'; aboufmidbiglitjjiewent^and  %$A an o th er ' b oltl e: | -^ si ejj t ^p n >Ihe ;��������� tab le!;  fiucy^arid^- the -whit^miatf^Mept1 iff the Bed;;  rose,  'betweeri5  bit ta &WJU.. i, Y..*������ vw ������ .... ..r..... r   no id,aa;she :Wasgoin^ tordie;or Ilwould have  told ihe white man. ������'..,��������� ;������������������. /.- ..-y '*~.*.U*  !; ��������� OliarI es HnghesT-fiad; ,beep,[ drinking; pp  ���������Satiiirday' liipiit;;;; 'about' 10'p/elock[[ vfentjp ���������  "Liicy^Bbnes^ y oabih.' -jy she''; was y^rjifig !.;an|i  i d run kit: said, she had ta si ck tii m-tu m bee a u si*������'  sjie.liad Jpstlier; tiiticum ;at ;^oda creek ; after  a wlii 1 e f. told: her. I. wan ted to .si ee p vy i th h e,r^;  shetoiS.me 'she wan Jed' 'some'; whiskey, *auO  rerjiied'tliat'she had;bad enough- and Iwoultl  npt pe t i t for her ; I wen t- away;' ��������� she' tbld?;m"e  I :.m igjii 6, coin e;\by e-an .l bye;;; I retn rn ed jabp u fc  twP o'clock/;'��������� sbe was; pretiy/drtink ;*��������� I \yep.fc  to sieep '���������& nd i ti the mp rhi tig Fawbke"an d she  was cryinp again; she'-gbt put :6r?betfi'.went  oiit,-and. came back to-.bed ;.<��������� Siwaslr ?:Charlie  wits i if the rppni,; I went,to: sleep again i Avhep  P white'iip' there. were 0me!... Siwtishes���������; k no'efc  ing at tii '& door ���������; tii ey came f ri' an d sa t a o wh';,  I:told: Uiem:-t6'ciea^out as !������������������waygoing 'to.;get  up and dress ; they;wanted me to give them  ;the woman,asleep^in bed .;Jdidn'fc8end= tor any  whiskt-yj; had; noqiuirivlwithilier;;" she said  slie 'iii tended to ,be. jdrunk.for,. three,or four  days.' "- ltf ' -A/^A:" *' ';'  ���������'" ''* '\/''!"Aa/";:'-  ���������::. I Hu(Ison [Bay-Charlie���������'Aborit' \%. o'clock-on  .Su nd.������y,;when takin'ir a wal k, ;S wap Ghi n arid  t >v,e h t qye r. to: see r Li toy.;, Ihrou g\\ the; k ey*  "hole; of "tb'e'baek door saw tin Indian and  white man f opened tlie door and went in.; I  sh ook Lu cy ��������� a n d * asked her if she wn s d r u hk\  : she. screamed ; ..I, told the white man to put  his hand over her mo^ulli (o stop bin?", scream-  i np A he d id so ;; I wen t a way";' didn't see lier  dead ti VI si xiA h it he ev'enlng ;��������� 'did n't think slid  l was sick���������Only drunk.' ': a  fTher;Coi;oner;s Jury, returned a verdict of  " Oeii'tii caused by internperanco.'' . ;  St*pitKMB; Court���������The Supreme Court Wil]  be opened at'Utoiifield; on-tbe l*Slh July, at 11  a,m.;. Judge Crease .will preside. lie is expected to., arrive- to-day. Mr Pooley, Iiegis{  trar, is also expected.., .......  Coff.kk���������The Coffee prepared by WILLSOH  & RI QIC MAN. Fort street. Vic tori a. has superseded all other Coffee in the lower country.  It is manufactured from th8 very best raw  coftee, and its superiority Is attested by th*  fact that wherever ia trod nee i it baa beco-ra������  1 the favorite beyerage, * .  ���������.. . ���������: . sisiiSs^'^sfefe
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MISCELLANEOUS. '
���    STRANGE FltKAE* OF NATURE���A GlRL-HORSE.
1 A! poor German couple residing Irt.Ne.w.York
have a female infant, which was born on the
���2nd of April last, whose face and head are
���strangely deformed.   The lower portion "of
the face resembles that of a horse, and the
��� whole front portion of the upper jaw is want-
.ing, and .the nasal bono and cartilege arc ex-
.tended down over the lower jaw. making twb
large nostrils, which connect without division
With the mouth, thus making but one large
orifice in tbe face,   Tho tongue, is long and
-bifurcated.   There is no roof to the month,
the' formation of''the interior being exactly
like that of a horse.   The child is unable to
take natural nourishment and is fed by hand.
.It eats voraciously, and devours as much as
four ordinary children of its age.   Its breathing is. stentorous.  The [ child?& mother is 34
.years, of age, and this, is her first child.  A
large number of persons have visited the
family;  The child is sickly and will not live
'long.  The cause;of ihe malformation is sim-
..pie.   Last summer,, while encoiate,; passing
Sli'e carc^e of a dead horse, the effluvia so
overcome her that she. threw up her hand to
.her head, uttering an exclamation of terrbr.
: : The Two Scroggixses���An Irishman, who
.had beenabsent for some.tim'e onf an excur-
Pekscvkkaxcb.���Determined perseverance
seldom fails of reward. If you whistle long
chough, a breeze will spring tip. '
Where ?~An Ohio paper, after chronicling
the death of a boy from .the kick of a horse,
furiously asks," Where are the police?"    ,*
ADVERsrrr���Josh Billings says that "adversity is a goddess with.frozen.smiles.V
MISCELLANEOUS.;/.
MISCELLANEOUS..
Slieet and Cast Iron Stoves
&_SHEET IRON.
ALL JOBBING WORK IK TIN, COPPER,Sheet
Iron, Zinc and Load Piping, attendee to with
romptness, and warranted to give entire satis-
ction.
Hardware .Iron & Steel,
SS,    Etc.,    Etc,
FOR. SALE.
E. PEARSON & BROS;>  '.
? BA RK ERVILLE.. A Nl> QUKSNE J,M OVJH.
were."of your party?": asked bis. friend.
V. There: was mesilf, one; the two Scrogginses.
two ; Terry Toole, three; Jim Kasin, four.
There were five of us.. There'was Terry
 -Tpolerono^-iaestlfj two ;^he-iwo"^cjoggfef-
ees, three ;' and Jim Kasin, four. There certainly were* five of us. There-was Jim Kasin,
one ; Terry Tqoje, two:; mesilf, three ;. and
the two Scrogginses, four. It's verv strange
that! can't remember who. the fifth man was I;
Ther�� was mesilf, one ; Jim Kasin, two : the
'two Scroggihses',. three ; and; Terry Toole,
four;; * and may the devilfly away wid .'me. if
I can recollect who thev fifth man was!"   ��� ���
��� '���- Singular Phenomenon���On the afternoon
of the 4th. ultimo there occurred a terrible
efcorm of stones at a place, called Las Playas,
Argentine.Republic, the same in which took
place tbe memorablo battle of 1863, in which
El Ohaco was defeated. The witnesses of tbe
.terrible scene have not yet recovered from
their fright. The storm commenced about
two o'clock in the afternoon and lasted until
'sundown. Gardens, orchards, vineyards,
"trees and crops, of all kinds were cut into
pieces by the stones..
A Land GuciER���The Nevada City Gazette
Bays:  Mr Ashburne, of Scotch Flat, informs
usthat the immense slide on their claim is
still moving forward as regularly as a glacier.
- -The mass thus"moving"Ts about/2,000 feet long
by 500 feet wide;   depth unknown.    The
moving mass occupies about 21 acres of surface.
Wants to Know���They have just intro-
'duced gas into Akron, Illinois, and whenever
a metre is put into a house the man always
wants to know u how long that box full will
last?" The people out there all think the
company retail it by the quart.
'[, A CntE Dodge���A maii lately.adVertised in
the London papers that for five shillings he
would send to any address a handsome package containing one hundred presents.t Each
package;turned ont to bo a paper of pins.
.-���'��� The Reason���Hooper, the Mormon delegate to Congress, says that the reason our first
parents did not practise polygamy was." that
their marriage was exhaustive t" ' in other
words, that Adam married " all the women,in
the world.
, PANpERora Curiositt���An Iliinoisan has
become the fifth husband of a woman, just to
see what effect it would have on him, as he
lias heard that her first husband ran away.
that the second bung himself, tho third shot
himselfi and the foi;rth drowned bimsel f. .
; WaNTed ���By a' matden 1 ady, " a local habi-
tation and a name." The real estate she Is
not particular .about, so that the title be good.
Tho name she wishes to hand down to poster-
. %      y r '/['���'/���y ������ " ��� ���
Miners'' Prp.visioii; Store,
BARKERVILLE,
Next Door to Sentinel "Office. /..
t T this Establishment wlllalways be found a well
ix      ' selected and varied assortment of the
FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
YATES STREET, VICTORI A,V.I.
jj��-. Orders for, Monuments,..Tombstones; &C,
promptly.attended >to.   .Every... description ot' .work,
in Marble'ex ecu ted.. A' List of Prices c;m fee* seen at
tbe Sfintinel 0(11 cc        ��������� ;; "'     '   J' my7 Cm :
A. Gasamayoii & Cov,^
Commission Merchan is & Wholesale Dealers
.'  in Aji/-'
GROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,
H A*V AN A CI G A R S * AND   FRENCH
PRESERVES. ''���
Yates street. Victoria, V.L.
'   . myTSm      ��� AA _
Mining and Agrictiltnral
Machinery*
SPRATT & KRIEMLER Manufacture all kinds of
Much In cry for Farmers and Miners, at the Albion
Foundry, V.ctoria, ,'V.L, nnd for cheapness an*'
qunlityUeir work cannot bo rivalled by any other
machinists. First premium Colonial made Wrought
Iron Ploughs, after the Scotch sty Ir, universally acknowledged lo be the best* In use, price,$65, Orders
for-Quartz Mills/Iron Pumps, At.., Ploughs or parts
of-Ploughs, promptly attended to: my7 6m fe
IMPORTERS OF
LIQUORS.
AGENTS FOR
The Royal Insurance Co.,
-      . WHARF. STREET, VICTORIA/.V.I.-    ���
y   .   ;.   my7 3m.    -.-_���; :���������' ��� fe" ������
Pacific  Telegi>^**  **v.^*j.
Store street (between Herald &Fisgard),:
i"A[ . VICTORIA, B.C., ���:'..    .������/-,���:������> -
Andre^:As$n^
ALSO���A good s c=l cctlono f Cloth Ing.Hard ware,.GIob
* and Crockery.  Best \i rands 6 f Tobacco,. .,
Medicines, etc., etc.
Best Java Coffee Roasted-and Ground DAILY.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST RATES
The BAR is fully supplied with the choicest
*.'-''   Havana Cigars. Wines and Liquors.
I trust by strict ittentlon to business, and fair and
souaredeaHng;to merit.a;continuanceol thel Iberal
n-itronageheretoforeexteDdcd.tome.      .-  ^
A large lot of HEYWOOD'S. celebrated BACON
f6rsalc,at a very low figure.     '  .    .
:   Feb. 20,1869. ' i"��m.
Van  Volkenfen rg & Co.
RETAIL   BUTCHERS, '/
BARKERVILLE, RICHFIELD,'  AND
MOSQUITO CREEK.
A supply o fresh meat of all descriptions constantly
onhand ""
The most commodious and iclean Hotel tn Victoria.
It Is conducted on the.European priiicipJc.' T*.c Uole
Is supplied with the very best the market aiTords.;
Meals at aU hour3 of tho day. Prlvato Dining
Rooms for Families, - ��� .   '  'AA<ak;AA.Ar ���
Board and Lodging ner wcek'i $5 50 @ $6 50.���
Per day, SI.   Single meals, 371-2 cents.   Beds, 50c.
^5T A Flrc-prn��f S'��fe in the House.
..,.,. ��� ���
GOVERNMENT; AND WHARF STREETS
VICTORIA".
J.
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mporters of all descriptions of Dry Goods.
Hosiery and Uuderclothing.
A very full assortment of these goods, suitable for
Wholcsate buyers, at their Wharf street Store,     :-
Rcgular supplies ruccived from Europe by sailing
vessels and by "Express via Panama and Pacific Railroad.   ���.
&irParticular attention given to orders from British Columbia. "'"fe
Solo Agent for Alexanore Kin Gloves,
London Firm���J. P. TUNSTALL&.Co., 8 Bow Church
Yard.
THE   UNDERSIGNED   BEGS   TO   INFORM   HIS
friends and the public, that he has fitted up some
COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS
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In his new. building, whero he is prepared to giv
good Beds at a reasonable prico. Those who will
favor him with their patronage, may depend on the
cleanness and comfort of his house.
' He takes alsoth's opportunity to remind tho Carl-
booltes that his Brewery has received tho FIRST
PRIZE of the Colony for his celebrated .
/A:AA .;::';.:'XXX.".'ALE;.': ;'Z&\'f'.
And thc.true amateurs will be able to Judge by them
selves that such honorable prize has been J stly
awarded to him.' ;'
N. B.��� A large front room to ct.
Barkerville Jan, 23 1869. .       NyCTJKIO
FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR
MISCELLANEOUS;.'
VICTOEli
. Has commenced mnbng her regular jrC-
between '
���SODA-CREEK "& QUESNELMOUTH;-
jj��* The steamer is not responsible for, leakat***
Oils, or other liquids shipped in tins..,       .    ���'"
The Steamer i4Onl^ard^
. CAPT. WM. IRVIXG,"'-'���>,:. ���������;   fe
T EAVES Now Westminster for Valo on MHws.
jj   days and Saturdays. :-   '���  y-y
The steamer will not be responsible for leakawtf
yq��lds shipped in tin or glass. . ^
THE undersigned begs to inform all parties wlthiJ
to ship goods to.-^ViUil's creek and-surrouudiBj
countrv t*hat he will be prepared to forward 60,��i
pounds per month, on and after the 1st of ^prllnext
from Quesnelmouth to tbe bead of navigation. 1
All consignments attended to with care nnd dU
l,C1 /.-:������/// ��� PATRICKHICKEY
notch
JaStt
NOTICE.    yA-Mry
THE barge "OMINECA,'? Capt, Moore, wiilbep*
pared, on the 1st day of June next, to amke bet
regular trips from tho foot of Stuart toko lo the teal
of navigat ion* on Lake Tatlah, carrying freight m
pnsscngcrs.'-i' -' ' '   y rA'A'A /-A
The Omineca Is 35 tons burden, and is provided����V
six water-tight compar.tments and, capable or can?
ing 25 head of pack animals c-n deck, y . ; y _.*"���;; -
��� A11 goods in tend ed to" be ��� sh i pped by the pminm
the piirt'ics shipping will please address J.-W/Jiwri!,.
foot of Stuart I-ike, where .thero vilTbe a goo^spb.;
stanlial warehouse for the receiving and toimdb|-
coo<ls *:::).> '.^ '���'���'���':-;   -   J*"'.:���������"' M0PR* ���
��� Queanellcmonth, April 16th, 1870, y  ^Mri.'i^-
E L E Y' S A MM D HIT I OS
'��� THE "TS0XER"~CXRTRTDGfB5T
' ForSnider-Enflcld of-577bore,: .
an d for tho Hen ry, a n it M*ir-������:
ttni Henry Rifles of .450 burc, ;.
. adopted by her Majesty's Wat/
-Department, also of -500 bor^
for Militafy Rifles. A\ '��� t
.��� WATERPROOF :CESTRAL;-;
FIRE'"M ETA LL1C  CAR-,
'   TRIDGES with'enlarged.Bnse
for small* bores, adopted by
foreign governments for con-
verted-Clmsscpot, B-rd.an, Ee-
��� mington and otner Rifle?; aw
Cartridges . for Ballard.:- the
Spencer, and American Henry
Repeating Rifles;
'"?
SODA-CREEKv  ���........:.--,-: ���---������ -
QtJESNELLE, and
BARKERVILLE.
Also,<
TWO e-xs. CYLINDER STEAM ENGINES,
WITH BOILERS,
Suitable for small steamers.
Cltn'ton, April 12 tb, 1870.
3. HARPER,
op,16'6m
!
COMPBI3IKG--
Importer and Dealer in Fine Havana
CIG-ARS and_TOBACCO.
The above articles.'can be obtained in; and out of
Bond, at the option of the purchaser.   A general
r assortment of
SMOKING  ARTICLES.
'iffl* Orders from the Upper country promptly at
tended to. '    .'���-���". " ������ ��� ; ���'
".-; NO. 47 YATES STREET,
= (Opposite thoBnnk of British North America.)
VICTORIA, V.L my7 3m
^ ForfSale or to Let,
BOARDING HOUSE, situate ai the "head of Stout
Gulch, famished, with, Range and everything
���necessary for the business.   Tornis modrrate.fe
Apply to. ...   THOS. FLETCHER,    "
Hill ts Barkervlllo.
Boots, Shoes Clothing and
Groceries^
OF  THE BEST ;QU Atlty,   :
For sale at the Store of the undersigned in Barkerville. opposite the Bank of British Columbia.
"  W.RENNIE. ���
sc'4'tf
as.usual.
SAWNEY'S   LETTERS
iN'I>���
C A R I BO O    RHYMES
PRICE,
4BY JAMES ANDERSON,.    ,... A,.'.',.,. :.
/ [ ..���      ���       ONE DOIitiR
kno*
wholly
any climate.
The above Cartridge cases (empty) of allows, an*.
for the different systems ol Breech -loading Kiilw.^ii
bo had \"7itb or without the suitable Bullets anil,.La.*
chines for finishinp the Cartridges -''���"������ ;���.'
'BOXER CARTRIDGES or-450 bore for��� Revolving
Pistols, used in her Majesty's Navy. ,'.       i  .
COPPER RIMFIRE CARTRIDGES of all slz.cs.for
Smith & Wesson's, Tranter's and other pocket.��':
���volvers. .. ' '-��� ��� ��� ��� ���.- " . '    '*'.''
PIN-CARTRIDGES for Lefaucheus ��� BcYolyers��
12 m. 9-m, nnd 7-m. bore. ._^ ,
CENTRAL-FIRE and PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES ru
all sizes and systems of Guns, Ritles and Revolvers.
Double Waterproof and E. B. Caps, Patent Wire Cur
tridge3, Felt Gun "Waddiugs for Breech and JuHg
Loaders, and every description of Sporting and 3U
tary Ammunition. . ���-.-....���: '
ELEY   BOTHERS.;;
GRAY'S  INN ROAD, LO^DQK
WHOLESALE ONLY        ��t1iiiW
,yy .;:: Celebrated -  '.:
WORCE STE R S HIR E  SAUCE,
Declared by Connoisseurs to bp
',; ;' the; only; <k>od sauce.'-
��� Caution against Ffaud.-Thc succ��s oT W
most: delicious and unrivalled Condiment �����
caused certain dealers to apply the name of ����� 1
tcrshire Sauce" tho public is hereby in formedtW����"
only way to secure the,penn)no. Is t��  .
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For sale at the SsyTim Office ana forwarded by
post, free of charge . wy21*   .
ASK  FOR  LEA & PERKINS' SA^.
and to sea that their names are upon the ww*��
LABKLS, STOPPER-LnndBOTTXE.  ';/      .        .. ^
Some o! tho foreign markets havmg .bocn mm
with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce, upon tucr
per and labels of which the names of Lea sineii
have been forged,. L. and P. -give jat^w-*JJ^j
.havo furnished their correspondents vllf PuM,v1!.
attorney, to take -Instant. proceed ings aga iuw
FACTU'H Efts and vkm>oks of su cb, or any out
tions by which their right may be infringco.
Ask for.:LEAv&,:PERRINSr ^^JfL
Name on. Wrapper, Label, Bottle,
" .WhoFeiSe'and -for.export'by the Proprietors, ^
cester"; Crosse and Blackwell,-.London,**^. *q'   ,
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