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 >������**'w*fcM������������>i2*2������,!)t������T������5*:<-r;- ���������^Wmi'J  ���������vav  23?A  *    .$-'V*-*:.\}  Yoim  TIE  |aMerville, William Creek, J^O, Wednesday, June  rXTTJT   state whether either of the rmriW n^w���������,* ������f I ~TJ5w~TT^^^^z~ ���������  2,  1869.  .; ���������: w y ,i,! PinurSHiBp :!;' ;. liy /A\  EVERY WEDNESDAY and. SATDRDAy,  ������������������. X i A A by As A a -A A: "A;. .A. ���������' y ���������  iiwi'j'f-.i  j !/B CLB E.KXyxMxQih.h^  state whether either of the parlies desirous of  entering into matrimonial connection is addicted to intemperance or otherwise.  The first number of a weekly newspaper  called the Imperialist,, baa just made its ap-  re^pbmatme���������^  iemis;c>|ngea:lh������a^(  ^cW!Westmln8ter7--  VictOKfe  v;wxAmwAw..y  wxm.  ITEMS OF lAhh* SOfcT&  ' jntoM iii sorts op"som\bE3.li^^cts3|||  ,*   w/xA^^^ a ' A\ A   /;W^  ���������  A French'Wva'n tfas^wnttenV^oofi^^i^;  ; lhatAsii-w^.fir^  '���������.that' this' coiratepi^  'During .the las������tae^-^  'io^thevilue^^^^  ���������from*Paris.        a        si    ':     /A  yyAA^^  ���������hiformer.times*we liectif^if;enovigU./QifSjfej  " horrors of-San Domingo," ^Ww>A -.now,  | ,, -actually haying th'ose^horTbraVpver again la  the' same; plape.- In the c I i^um^orrors, h6w������  ever,: it was whites who were.butchered by  (he blacks, now it-is "black! butchering blacl  Some oflthe\ teceiit^Sbunt3'from Ila^ti^^  inn^sJoc^mg#i'''  '  The Marchioness 4e la Valette, who died at  Paris a couple-of months ago, was bqrn in  the village of Water town, near Boston, Massachusetts. Hex. maiden name ! was: > Miss  Fowle. In 18i2 ;slie married the Marquis de  Ja Yalette, who is the Prime Minister -of  France.  ;���������;./���������' ' y''/V* '���������! -AA - 'y -x y  Some curious experiments in-artificial wood  have recently keen made in/Paris, the- principal being--that'of combining the saw dust or  wood flour with glue or size, and casting it in  mo ulds. Very perfect iinitatio ns of! carved  wood are made In this manner, and they are  1 said to be fire-proof. ;���������'/"-��������� ���������'���������'y. -''���������������������������'������������������ /-  The manufacture of sugar from beets has  grown to be quTto-extensive in. several ^European countries. Last/year "220,000- tons  were made in France: ! Some English capi tal-  jsts are making /extensive arrangements for  the manufacture of beet root sugar, while the  French Government is doing all in its power  to stimulate' it '"/A \w A .������������������'' '���������'--.  A most important debate -recently  took  pJace in the House of Lords, in which Earl  No. 9.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  yty.j&i  ILL! AM    REN N IE  tr bootmaker; aaAxxw. r  rX^09ls^.baf0.un4P^Wnhtti?i :G*^������&Jr-.  or  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  m,  EXPRESS   NOTICE. ^^^-^  /'������������������   ���������'     '  ������������������*"������������������ ������������������ .>\<X r'*^^w-\{ly^0-fias- ������������������������������������  TTuflJffl lMBitiBaji������4w*& iiii-in ������j. -1 hr^.w, t.��������� ri.zr~*r: A,  ;M\  fc  :towns-/b?^^cmciKj  ^ntpth^^P^W  ������af^Ss^iiltef  \.rmmg^^^mmm  ^frlp|5 ^  was JohTTSmitb.   '.^We are going to California;" be said, ''and take ibis means to pay  our way.^ p]'    .'A   ���������-.  .-.    -:"'-./'  /The/: Queen's / thcatro/Jih/ Manchester, Eng������  land, was recently sold by auction. :������������������ The auctioneer made the: following speech on offering  the stage for sale:���������One might mourn, he  said, that no Gertie .would ever danco, no  Vcstris warble, nor ber rattling husband  'clatter or patter7 on those boards again.  Never again would a Macready portray there  the sorrows-of a Werner, nor a Vandenhoff  the; troubles of Virginins, nor.a"Brooke the  jealousies of Othello or the villanies of Iago.  Never again would a Weston .take a header  from that stage, nor would it witness the fascinating ac'ing of that-amiable woman and  accomplished. actress, Mrs Eagan--(hearJ  hear)���������nor hear the manly voice of her excellent husband.1 (Applause.) But tho events  of the two days commencing this week showed  both Mr and Mrs Eagan that they would long  live in the hearts of Manchester theatre-goers,  and tbafc wherever they went they 'would  .......te^U.,JpoI.,..p.arC.3  '" Wild 4-     rrrA     nan  l-v/~iiv������.i%tTr fv/\rr%    A mnt'inn     Trtlrti       -    ..        ��������������� r ������   ... ....1.1!.>       /  K ������������1nn i<<\ "\      MnO  :cleana-fts������*ana^tfiT^t^>rhls^oos&.'---, ,. ���������"/''  .': Ho takes-al^'this oppdrtuhlty to remind the:Carj-  booites that If ia Brewery, has . received -the 'FIRST  PHIZE or thelColoiiy for his celebrated "r -    "  I   xxx;,, ALE,  An d ��������� tb d true kmateurs Will bo a Wo to j ad go by thorn  selves thataichboftorahle prizo has b������en jastly  awarded to lira. ������  N. B.���������A iJirgc front room tolet.  :'; Burkcrvillo, Jam 23,1869.   /    ;  /v  N������ GUNIO::  ip/ji-^f-y  Tb^rsday and Victoria "on Saturday evening oi.:.owsq  week/  :?,.,.',* '        -     ���������  For rates of Freight and passagc^applvto._ _* , ,  -MayiO. AaZ liy   ���������   ,\^Agon^BMkcrvillo^fc  f^l^M  i  XiGUTSixG Creek.  MIXERS AW TRAOERS will tfnd it to" ttioif: ad-  vantage to purchase at this Store,, where there i9  A liAKGB ASSORTXBST OP GOODS, -  Of tho very best description on hand, and the Stock  constantly.replenished by now arrivals.   The proprietors will sell Goods -  As Cheap as ant;.ijt Caeiboo.   ���������.' ; ���������  Orders promptly filled, and forwarded with dispatch.  . BEEDV &'L1KDHARD, '  Van Winkle, May 12, 1S09.     /       /    Proprietors.  Importaiit  to_ Traders! !  LL PRETOHT CONSIGNED'TO J.  C; BEEDY,  ;j|  "4 Lt FREIGHT CONSIGNED -TO J.  Ci UhniiJl^  iL   Yale*1 B. 0., will be. forwarded to, I any, part of  the Colony, on the most reasonable terms, freo of commission. A.- ���������     '.'���������:,. .������������������AGENTS:'.;/-//  1 Millard &.3eody,   V      Denoiivlon i;Kurtz^/-V; X  :Victoria:" '*.    '���������') ������������������".-���������.��������� .   Barkerville./>; >  Barkerville, April 17th, 1869. ���������":"';:',s? '������������������'T't'r ���������'���������/''  HOTEL DE JEANCE,  'Barker ville.  What we can borrow from America, I can  hardly say; the thing, however, which I  should like to borrow, without revolutiou-  ixing our institutions, is the noble public,  spirit, almost universally prevalent, which  considers that to contribute to the general  education of the people is the first duty, as of  ihe Commonwealth at large, so of every cili-  zen in particular j and which places religion,  morality and intelligence in the forethought  of the elements that constitute the strength,  and guarantee the prosperity of a nation."  The Government of Waldeck, one of the  principalities of Germany, have determined  that hereafter no drunkard by inheritance  shall plague them. They have given public  notice that no licence to" marry will,  hereafter be granted to any individual who  is addicted to drunkenness. The same government having also directed that in every  report made by the ecclesiastical, municipal  and police authorities upon petition for  licence to marry, the report shall distinctly  of the. Manchester public; (Applause.) One  might easily be pathetic and sentimental;  but he feared that if he was as sentimental as  Joseph Surface h������*vteoif,������������������������os..-j?*twi yvu&ic  would be ready enough to exclaim, * Damn  your sentiment I5 and be didn't think it would  get one sixpence more. The prosaic entry in  the catalogue which suggested this speech  was ' 1C30: square feet of timber, forming  stage, with very strong uprights, cross-bearers, joists and fixings/  WHOLESALE'���������"ANB   RETAIL   DEALER.  .-''' /..:���������xx���������.! ;. .   .-'-;.''/  Groceries; Provisions, ;  HA RD W AH E,    DRY    GOODS  CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC;  /  1 BARKD6VILLE.  Si:ttiko Tite bt EbKOTRictTV.���������A new  machine for typc-setling has been invented,  for which wonders are claimed, and of which  a correspondent says, " I have bofore mo a  book containing twenty-lour thousand, nine  hundred and ninety-three cms of solid matter, the whole of which was both 'set and  distributed' in six hours and thirty-nine  minutes by machinery." It is also said that  by one of these machines, connected by telegraph with the Capitol, the reporter can set  the type himself, the machine being in New  York and bo in tho Capitol.  THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAVING BEEtf  REFIT-  tedin Lhe roost ooraFortablc manner, with good  beds, tho travelling public may rely uponboing wel,  accommodated,,..X ,..- .:..:..,xxxxy:W*��������� -:'���������-/-;;��������� ���������  The best Wines, Liquors and Cigars to be had at  the Bur.  The restaurant department has been closed for the at reasonable^  r/ouqmbcT 5,-1808. _      ���������.  painless rrnvns!  TOOTH  U. CIUPP IS PREPARED TO EXTRACT TEETH  y nnd porform pliort operations without pain, by  io aid of the apparatus iliscttvi-red by Dr. llichttrdwn,  ul' London. This valuable discovery produces insen.  KlbUlty in lhe pari iUono1 and renders unnccesaary  the aiimJtvHIrallon ofehlomiorin.  Of lice���������I'ppur oiift uniirkcrvlUe, nbovo China Town  Oili'w fee, $*.   Teeth extracted, or filled wltb Geld, $fi  March 2", 186&.  Carpenters and Btulders,  BARKERY iLLBv  Hit  CUwSrti" \ r^?G ;tns n P trsT-a K-C'.K'^as d A LL. KIN D.S.';0? ���������. ���������: ��������� ��������� ���������     .--��������� ��������� yj:: - ��������� ������������������-���������>- 'A-       ��������� '* 31.''  ������-,ob������������*������������. with ^notUHMy-������U WMgj. |:,  at reasonable rates.   A good stock of seasoned lumber  ti.;!  ~~ B. EDWARDS  AS on band, and for sale, at his Store in Barker-  ������ -   Vlll<\    flftOCElUK*   1'ROVIS/ONS   AM)   LlQUOBS.  or  theel h<-st description, .wtdeh ho will sell at W  ?rk������i"r������r Cash. Also -Gum Boots, and other articles  ruinirvHt by minors.  Ba-rkorvillo, May 13, I860. ,   "7. s. thompsoTn,  CCOVNTANT,   MINING   AND   COMMISSION  ARi'tit., Barkervilio. .- ���������  Milling Companies' Books kept and adjusted.  M������yl,180'0.-  I!  * *  TU.  ��������� ��������� ������  RS. 8. P. PARKER BEGS  TO  ANNOUNCE  TO-  ii a   her friends and the public, that eho has furnished a numbor of Bedrooms in the most comfortable style, which ber patrons may depend upon being  carefully attended tov  Wines and Liquors of host quality, as usual, to bo  had at the Bar.  April 17Ui, 1869.  Quesnelmouth.  rrnB Proprietors of this well known HWise tender  1    their Sincere thanks to their mends and the tra-  ^lilig^^gencraDy,ibrthoir p^lfttf.ifi^  f ���������  of Rooms i or tt * nmiyo. ,-"*~: ��������� H f!,������Ars.  b������lbnmd>e!rWlW^������XSS best Timothy  The Stable Is we 1 supi'Uco ������ ^0^N & GILLIS.  Oats. HaV and 6rain.  ���������   ���������    ;���������    ��������� ��������� ���������  Oats, Hay mum yi,*.W loiflfin  Quesnelmouth, May Uj 18W-  '. v  r'fv^  '^:V :iv.::..  it^^^L  :-j~,r'i. i!aii5i.i  ti Aw/yX/A-^WZM.  a!  WW  !'H,i ���������    c .  '?tellllMIS���������S  ^SpSKDAY'* JUNB  ���������'..' """    ",  '���������-. :j xriE. CARIBOO SKK'i'E^iV;. '  *''-."^r,������^^ latest a* S-S o-ctf*-*,.���������������*_���������>*.._ ���������  An  deliv-  before  kjtohtfcatvoa.  -. k%4- a^.s  %'��������� ���������;  ,.;, .'��������� '���������. ^i,;-:-- '" ' - /':  HO ' A������VrXW������������lBfi.     ',       .       :    ;��������� ,'  v--"  ;. ..���������.':���������-..:��������� :----v-.. .;.-.    ... ".-.,. tr^w'tod ;Vt nnv  definite  '���������"������������������'=-r''ctii������rcud for nc:eQrdln������l^ ��������� ���������        ������������������-������___:., -i-  ^v,^*~ij>������..-,, f������"    ��������� "yy_ /,,  ;    ���������- ���������-,���������..���������i.'.^ii,:.  ��������������������������� ������������������ *-*T^   .::       yxXXWwrA^yXiys    '.   ':.       T0 ���������f:o?;nK4T'0NDlSNTSi     .     '. ...   '  -      ^ ^ ^V'^'^4 la^oawd^uidresr, tf the writer ;.������������=. n- ������;**niy  A.t^mAA'^:m ]^ y  ^ V^: ^ 1 -5^1^^ -;  f.= *��������� ���������     :������������������;.'. >.- : -���������-. - y     ... ���������..���������.. ��������� ���������- %-.;     ��������� . ..���������-��������� . ..��������� ' ;   ���������  ;;"     , ��������� ;_;���������.    . #'/    _     hhX^i mtib^tift Kn^avid and Canada i  the intentl^nd policy of the British Government on Ibe subject. How this colony  wnibeiaoorperatedVttb^uadarjsamatto  of .ooqjeota.ro. Tho British ^orth^monca  Act veiuires that an address from tb. Leg������  lativo Council of British Columbia to tho  BrUish Government, oBking for atoismon to  the Union  opinion  formation,  AA:':yAAA<:  '������������������������������������������  R-v    :  W  IS  ...... \$f$un������nll&\th &oa������u>wy.'iDtHcajing the ,early  .^���������.r'eomfn^,or'Coftfe'Sem"i?->i'^' Xc U now '.definitely  : :.->.- jifrt* ng srO "be t wee n> tho. -j;o ve rri m on ts' , o f - Ebg-  -^nd and';-CapGita,:-fsr'iih the consent ot the  f xt u uu u iu u. aiiui i w������ urpuguii u u ti<5 iweguv.c ru-  ,. mentofethe latter pdwei\ aa soon as its;par-  ^Jament^ the agreement  made for that purpose. There seems no  ^Teasort todoubt that the dominion .parliament  will approve, of tlie agreement Sir-George  Cavtier, one' of the Dominion delegates to  England, recent!y made aSpeech in Montreal  ���������which tboro^gbr^exp ian/������^i .nnoQiribns of  the agreement and, foreshadows, the. comple:  .-***  I shall be the preliminary step. The  vote taken on the subject of Confederation at  the last session of the Council showed that,  there is little prospect of obtaining ,'snoh an  address if the question is left to thje Voluntary  of tbe official members. |f All the in-  liowever, from England and  Canada, as we bay������ said, points tb tho completion. ^f^GpaJe^^ratida aa a foregone con-  oinsipn. -t.:Tlietiam^s^e.apme foundation for  1%^^^ild6nt;^^mo1^^': White the Cana-  dlanv delegates^were in London; tbey have  doubtless been informed that sp .soon as the  Northwest^Territory, was disposed of the  British Government would take such steps as  would ensure -the admission of British Cblnra-  bia. It is well known that the policy of the  Home Gd vern merit is fixed upon confederating, the whole of British North America.  That the colony wishes; that policy to be consummated we do not doubt. The elections in  Vancouver Island last year were not a fair  test of public opinion; Local ''personal feei-  injBT governed the voters, it was not a question of 'measures but of men.., At any rate,  all of the peopled representatives, though not  urmoimbus" for*.^Bire.deratipn^-'aT^'.'-al' least  "nanlmbusly oppesedtp a continuance of the  presenfcfprrnf of^, government.   Some are for a  .'���������- iis:. -y p..  pwi. ���������wrP<   ''  ' "���������  wwAA$yxixywyxi Ay  ���������' ���������<   s   ' ���������   .   ���������-������������������������������������������������������  pp "AyxPfpQpfpft^tim from oeean to ocean at j present torm: or government.   Some are for c  '    *neaS$j^7?   " ��������� resuIt -������f ^y mission,!* I change" without. Confederation,  and a more-  p   vfiays^Sir George,������. is this: that before many/ment in  Vietorla has been made with that  ;:������?nfos^  oanada shall be extended fmm fhw  A tiaii*u U������n^a u^.;u.a sl wXAX    .  .   ^ ..   ' " L..  A  KJiegruiu  **"���������." y-~-yw  disorder prevailed in that city,  spiracy against the Portuguese governawjnt  had been discovered.  A dispatch, from Montreal says: There is a  report that the English Privy Council is con-  sidering the advisability of ,relinquishing all  Britain's colonies except India.  Reverdy Johnson telegraphed to the Secretary of State informing hira of bis formal  withdrawal from office. After giving soma  detailed accounts of the friendly farewell abd  reception by ..the Queen. Johnson says:  " Thus terminates a mission which has been  conducted on my part with zeal, which has  fulfilled to the letter the instructions of my  Government, and aimed to protect the rights,  preserve the honor and promote the interests  of my country/?  A New York correspondent .telegraphed  from London mat initial steps were "being  taken for an alliance, oifensive and defensive,  between England, Frauce and Spain against  the United States. The rejection of the Alabama treaty, the tone of Sumner's speech,  alleged filibustering tendency of Grants administration, and the reported connivance at  expeditions from the United States against  CubaV are being made the pretext for the  necessity of such an alliance. -  The Independence Beige reports a story "of  a rnptiire between tbe Popo and the Span'isa  Government, on account of attempted dictation in Spanish affairs by the Pope  {j;;; : NEW ADVEUTJSEMENTS.  i/.'-y/Ai ';'���������:., NO TIC ������.i.../Zi.i/Ziy'-  rpnE BUSIXESS bi thorto cod d ucted by Jfrs frncey  /I    in Barkerville;   ns   I.q(JKiDg_hpuso. and:- Saloon  keeper, will frora to-day ho assumed ,rjy MBS FUNK  who/hopes by strict attention to business to secur* a.  share of.public patronae.*.  The sleeping .apnrtmentsvili -be kept in: the b������rt  FOR  rther particulars, anplr to  Barkerville, May 12, 1869������  im'  REMOVAL.  ���������he ������c������ b������utoi,,������ ������������������i taSJSyssa^"  minium: .:i    ..;v!.^':���������-t.*w.'"������3Bl^^-^r-^-  Agent-:  f������r Sale.  "^Ss^jjTiar^^  Hono Power. . All in g<^.'oSc7 ���������a 1S?, t0 Sl������?  A Perfect  Curs  AT TAOS.   KLBTCHER>3  8KCS)N-I>P.������n *.  Latbe capable of Turulne aid Z;!      b������ '"<"> a  ������nd Wheels, Hydraulic No23eS   B ,"i pUp 9" Axte  MdM ,repa'l���������yur metal iSSdSJSuftS1* 4c-'  r To be found also, Cookiog StoveB' %i? ,R,0CI''--  Ptfrnpa. Hose, JJaife,-.-PlckB, ShOTreta' nmi i.'-n ^"p  WPEH   BAffiS^ZS  mis  .... -    -    a   ~        ......  Canada shall be extended.from the Atlantic  to the Pacific ocean."   Sir George goes on to  K^tiscuBfl:tbeterras of.:.the tranafer, and shows  clearly that the objections thereto are -trivial,  .,' and ill-groundedi   One of tbe principal: objects aimed at by the Canadians in taking pos-  *-���������:' session of A the, intermeiaiatex territory was to  ���������obtain jfc entireljg^Jear of Hudson Bay Company o wnersb ipj > This, j fc appe ars, coal d not  fee accomplished by tbe delegates without  paying a greater p ri ce t h an th ey were willing  ; to give.   A compromise was effecledi   The  money consideration of the transfer was re-  auoed IVpm:������l,O0tfO00; to. ������300,000, and the  '- Gdmpariy are to retain one-twentieth- o������ the  land- in : the Red River ahd Saskatchewan  country.   Sir George very clearly shows that  Instead of this reserve being likely to prove  disadvantageous, it will turn out to be a great  benefit to-the country.   His reasoning on this  point must convince ail unprejudiced persons.  ������ What. ?������W~;*���������������pM.t-W     -    ���������-  papers, it resulted iri a'eotnpiete:failure^-.The  truitb is, there is no hope of a change io our  forraof governmenit^xcept through Confederation. Gteat Britain would';not grantMfc a  responeible and representative gpyernrnent  While we are a small cplony. AT0i^\^^0  vice" is strong at horne, and all; jtslmlienci^  wielded.-, to keep :.young colons In ife'  seryience to.the demands for fat oiScesp;W  matter, then, bow-Confederation jis"brought  about, providing the terms are safisfactory.  be obtained ki the liar.  ���������' :  X  *i 'A     ���������      4       . A.  II ���������''  ��������� .Barker?ille, Jone 2d, 1300.  MRS FUNK.  w.-HOTtCE/Ay'i:iy/AA  THE iiD'Jerslffned begs to announce, th������t on and  ; after the First (1st) (lay of July nest, tho Tele-  grapu Line between BarScervilla ati;I Quesnelm������ufch  will.be closed..      .:.,: .. XtwRy&VIEP  v May 29,1869.   -'������������������ ;,';-..-.;���������- ._. ���������'    ;.- '". ';. \X -p.-;my29 1 m  A BarkoryiHo, May 5% 18S9; 'A i y- :  HAAwAApFtt Batey i -;:iw~:  [Oa woraat of intari^ departure- from tW^'iat i  P5������yrnoBt to snttpurchascr, if hecetoarv:"*:fa>:'At*  0������_de!iTcry an<i this remainder^JnlnoI&R'^ a  ������������rts.v, Ina������ire ai the office of Uia S^2 Vf &  proprietr������wt    ......  , ,.. aims  j. WxBmmY *  SELLING   OFF 1  /��������� ������������������ TELEGRAPHIC HBwi A  Dispatches from Europe announce tbe ex -  istence of discontent and great political agitation in Paris, but do not explair the cause.  The Spanish parliament has rejected an  amendment to the constitution proposing to  make Spain a Federal Republic?' It is believed that a regency, with Marshal Serrano  at the head, will be established.  ���������pt^juuiwa persons. A dispatch from Havana states that private  " What is brie-twentieth of the land in every letters from the rebel sources give account of  township?" beTasks.   "Suppose we have a ������nn^^^**i.-      -  .township with an area of 20,000,000 acres  4,each,and it be divided ineo 100 I0(s 0f 200  Acr������ each.   The Company's land will B0t be  all m one gpot.   They win bare to ������&��������� fov  ��������� five lots out of the hundred. If in ������ XZA?  ���������      tea lots what of that?   It will bo an ll���������  He to have the Company own oertJ X,%  Ibel.eve the Company pLess inSce aid  Interest enouKh to render their property vah������  the Dominion to have^*TeXl^** *?  the country in trading ������, ������ " f"7'"  aging: mildly and humanely ftdhn, o."  territory. It ought to��������� toff S^f^  common sense that the compromise IT  able to both parties"   Bv .,?��������� 8 favor-  , the Dominionlill^^ Ae^aS^S  ownership of 50,000,000 acres offertil'l^f  Confederation   would   be   completed   r.   .������������,���������,* ������iMiua give account Of  another battle near Los Animos.  The Spanish  numbered  12,000.    Quesada in person commanded the insurgents  Beforo Ibe  fighting  began Quesada posted  the native.Cubans in  front, protected* by intrench men Is.   On  the  third assault the Cubans began to  waver,  when Quesada ordered .the rear guard to the  front,";who advanced,  drawing the Cubans ,  into the front rank of the enemy.   A hand to  hand fight ensued in which the butchery was  horrible;   the   Spaniards  finally   retreated,  though in  godd order.   Their loss was 180  killed and 300 wounded.   The Cubans  lost  200  killed  and   a  proportionate   number  wounded. , '  Passengers per overland railway from San  Francisco to New York arrived at the latter  place in eight days. .  ported from the United  States to Cuoa iu **?"(  sist the rebels.  A dispatch from Newcastle, Deleware, says  that a new whipping-post and  pillory  hav  been erected in the jail by the authorities to  supply the place of the ancient wornout one.  It was inaugurated with the usual ceremonies.  It has *������������������*���������*   "  ^THE DAMKGE OF. THE STOCK OF" L... icOTJTTST,������if -n  X;    at RichlleW,  comprising Oroccrlcs. ProTtsims������, f A  Clothing, mnlvrure; ������a, -ffio.    Aiairy��������� xne ^laronrte" aB.dTfgeo1"  Lot.    The House has two rot/ms, ami a Cellar, in which  there is a well of splendid wiiter all tha year rotratl..  Also,  one 1 a mq Polar a i r- tig lit, -Si ove, Al I ������an y rn &k*;  -The above will be sold cheap for cash*   Apply on tbe  premises, Richfield, rnySfllm-;  SAWNEY'S    LETTERS  C ARID O O     R H YM������������:,-  BT JAM33  ANDeaS0NT,  PRLGE,       -       -        ���������       ONE DOLLAR.  For sal oat the Sextt.vei. Ofllce, ������nd forwarded by  post, free of charge. mjS9  To Miss Emily Edwards.  l.TTE, the ������n'Icr.=jgiicd, in grateful recognition of the  \\ t'lftjrts which you���������as1 one of the Anmtour Pr������������  matte Association���������have made for our amusoraw*,  heir you r accap tance o f a Co in pi im c n ta ry Bc-a ofl I, W������  would suggest SATURPA V, tho 3d JULY, as an *&pv&  priate flay.  SI iy 2Sth, 1869.  C. Brswt, F. Lallief.  F. V. J,ce, r. KErwia,  .W, h. Tiiwin*,    O. H. Robinson,  Hugh Ross.' F. A. I.icuyor,  A. ilcl'hcrson,     James Wick ham,  my 10  VT. H   Fitter***.  T. Xeufelder,  John if. Warlr,  Charles S. Joac*,  W. A. McaclMua-.  X*  JSVILIj&'S  CELEBEATED OLD EISH WIISOT  ���������" At DkNOUVION & KURTZ.  'A$ipA$;lJ?,'wipt-.Ati oil a. a.  PEOPRTETOK Of the abore e������tnblfshnic6l"wiii  rejpectfaIIy in form h W f ricoUh anil the piiMw ia  9r.e*d of his own baking havlog secured the W^i-  acso';-' of *. coropeten t Baker, which en abbe < lei sa  defy eorripctftion.fr-  He baura'Ub a COFFEE SA LOOS at uelied to tht  atJore, where none but the heat ColT0������, Pies and Cik������i  will be served^'"-': ���������"  W.B.���������BK'SAD   DELITKBED  So  ell parts of th*  Board >  $10 per Week I  ri? on������5e7������}fir������ed heps to announce thai he hai  epeacda BOARDI^TO ROU3E and JALOOX, on  this gutch, between the Taff Vale and Jenkins coro*  panics* shaft*, where his patrons may depend upon Mb  keeping ������ first cliib������ Ublc.  Boa������I>���������$10 fKR  WSETI.    Sfh'OLS MEAtS, 75c.  ftateher'* rent of alt kindu, and a choice selection o  QfO*erie������, Kails, etc., for sale at BarkervilU  .....   price*. ���������  0 &o<m Lt^cohs at ni Ba������.  Kaya,I$e*. Xm A. D MoIJfKES.  Stout's   Gulch  Hotel,  THW WTNfiRS OS* STOUT'S GW.CH AND THE  pnblk} fcneralJy are hereby requested to uk*  notice thai tbo above Hotel, sltnate on tbe left sida  ofth������g������Ich, between the faff Tale and tho Copmfti  OPEN  my26  Miners' Boarding House.  Vf'-fcK.     SI.NOLE MJSAW, ������1.  i s\ "ii oi  trs^ibo ptopHetor aoftsree nil who msy faTorhim *K*  tb������lr pAtronag������ tbai ao eflo/t will be spared to gir������  sat te taction.  Board, $12 per W^fa.    SIagl������ Meai������,  tio.������ on  .. _ ,.��������������� u������em- iu iiegowaling tho Alabama treaty  The Press and Seward thank him for his success in negotiating on the basis submitted by  the Government.  A New York telegram says : Joseph  Adams, Republican Senator for Warren  County, has been assassinated. He had been  frequently warned not to enter that county,  although it was bis birthplace and home.  Adams wa3 a staunch Republican, and has  been for many years a Baptist Minister, and  bore an irreproachable private character.  Political animosity alone could hare prompted  his assassination.  W Only tb������ beef of Liquors  ta������?4 at $he Bar  and OigAW *JN **  FRRI>RRIOK ROSE, Proprietor.  aio������ii Outcb, May 10, 1809. , .myl"1"  MASONIC   NOTICE  the ���������-��������� ������^c  FIFTH (1  my22 td  S^ling offat cost!  HUP/1BUG !  THE frbptletora of this old ������nd well-tpown_M<aJ'  lislitneht won Mr >*-������-  o*23 friends and the p.u  heretofore be*towed c������r  Qaaai strict attention to business uiey ������������<  contfauance of their confidence and support.  liaiianent would re.  o������s friends and the public for the extensi^u P*rf0/Hi  heretofore be������towed on thero, and trust that by tnci  UAn.^i   Btvt^ft   At������������nlinn tft hnalnonn  thST   Will   CJCn*  uts oja una weii-������"u"������ fc���������,.  espectfully thank their niimcr-  blic for the extcnsi^������ pafrona*8-  i thero, and trust thr" ������" their  to business they wil  ��������� confidence and suppor..  meals,   $ I.     Board,   $16   per  W@<?&  BKEAD   MADE  OF  THB BEST FLOUK  Wo r������comm������ad to the public our  ������ROUND    COFFEE,  which is a roach superior article tb*9. my *Wcb������������  be had from below.    We Roast and Grind i* ������ur;s* \V  and chooso the best berries, consequently toe pu*>  may be sure of its being free from adultcr.yjon-  ##��������� Please tafce notice that Frederic '������������   8  longer delivering Bread of our baftintf.    ,_rtAnqn\' <a  PATTERSON & Q00D^V  ^srk<tfvlll������, May IS, ISCfc ro/   , THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1869.  fiWING- INTELLIGENCE.  'WBT.  1 STORE  lounrl a  ���������"��������� Axlej  WH,i... ,  nStoves.  st every.  "I keeps  .oa hay  fi flrsw.  ra  ^'ocy.j.  ������IBS  3011,  iUic is  |j '*!!!������  IGikvi  of thi  Mm  e hu  ST, .cm  com-  OQbii  , 75c.  ion o  E3.  THE  talrt  ombi  with  ] iM  sr.  im  lab.  ner-  iago  iicir  1 &  UJ  pj-  '  7  !9Q  L,'3  lie  P  Oar rainingreport is meagre, this week.  Most of tbe corapauies on ihe outlying creeks  are busy ground-sluicing! while the water is  high, The freshet has subsided .and the  current of water in the different creeks and  gulches, though jencralijr sufficient, except  for bydraulicing, is falling, and rain is  looked for with much anxiety. The wash-  ups for the week in some of the drifting  claims were Very large, especially on Stout  gulch. The new diggings on Conklin gulch  have surprised everybody. The wasb-np in  the Felix eoJ* grrr*������������a hub exceed** ib* expectations of all, and eooBlaerftble v������o������v^*.  ing  wUl be done in the adjoining claims.  The  and  no  1  Dutch Bill, tb������ Drowse, th������ Steadnaao,  the Six-toed-Pete, hydraulic companies,  have not had sufficient water during the past  few days. The Dutch Bill co. on'Monday  washed up,46 oc. The Steadman and Six-  toed-P.ete cos. are putting in a flume to take  water from the Bed-rock Flume. With  exception of the companies above named; all  the others have ! sufficient water and are  ���������bydraulicing. The Flume company are sell-  i d g water to tbe amount of $5 0 per day. It is  intended sbortly to tap the/Ground-bog lake,  the water from which, it is expected, will last  about six weeks. The/Flume co. are \w6rk-  ing well, and considerable.gold is observable  in tbe grorind:sluice. Several nuggets have  been!picked out, showing that the ground is  rich and that a: large amount of gold may be  taken out when they are ready/to wash; up.  ! A Chinese company, working in the (former)  Tyack ground, have been making about $10  a day to the band. "AX-a.:XyiyiXA. ������������������; '':  .Below the canyon-���������the Black Jack co: are  hyd raulicing / and ground-sinicing. The  Foster-Campbell co, washed up 90 oz. for the  week���������'; the Barker co., 215 o������."; the Cabadian  co., i. ob. ; *ne IJaldhead cqV. 32 oz. the  Aurora co. -have been troubled! with their  tap-drain, but are now getting to work and  washing, .the Nameless co., working below  the- Aurora, on the same side of the! creek,  are prospecting, and barely paying expenses.  None of the companies whdae diggings -were  nfle-Ctcd ��������� by. -the f realictr hj*TO \7rrt "-gut'* ;into  Working condition. fTbe/Ca1edohia ,06; are 're-  pa! rt ng and extending their flume. A The Bed-  ro ck d rain does its dii tyA im p erfectly. / So me-  ti in es the water backs ii p and' flood s. tb e  Cariboo, co.'s digprings,! where there.are three.  feet of water. .Between the . Lillooet and  Cariboo claims tbe drain! will require cleaning or reconstructing, which' may be done in  about two weeks. The Forest Rose, hill  claim, has been troubled with water. At the  blind gulch fronting on the meadows, the St,  George co. (formerly the Prairie Flower co.)  commenced washing last wee&. They had  been rocking all winter.  .  stout Guics' ���������".  Has attracted considerable attention, owing  to the large amount of gold taken out of the  Taffvale and Coombs companies' ground.  The Taftvale co. washed up 408 .02. for the  week; and the Coombs co. 255 oz. The  Floydco. took out 70 oz.for the week. The  Mucho Oro co., 39 oz^ The Alturas co. are  running a prospecting drive. The Jenkins  and Jim and Joe cos. are prospecting. The  Bona-Fido co. got nothing* The High-low-  Jack co. are ground-sluicing. P..  LOWHEE CREEK.  The Black Bull co. are driving ahead with  their tunnel, and have come to a change of  dirt, indicating closeness to bed-rock. The  Victoria co. have commenced their tunnel in  the Eureka ground. The Vaughan-Sweeney  and Eureka cos. are ground-sluicing and  bydraulicing. The Calaveras co. washed up  36 oz. for three days' work. Water in this  creek had fallen much during the week.  COKKLIS CCLCH.  The Sawmill co. are about to lay over for  a time. ^ The Ericson co. have been cleaning  their diggings and fixing up. Tbey will  commence washing this week, A company  have taken up the ground formerly worked  and abandoned by the United Co. The Lone  Star co. are cleaning out their tunnel, and  are about to sink a blind shaft. The Reid,  Indian Queen and Eclipse cos. are prospecting. The White Pine co. are sinking and expect to bottom to-day. 'The Felix co. washed  Jip 47 oz. from three and a-half sets of timbers. The Montezuma, McDowell and other  adjoining companies are sinking shafts.   On  FRENCH CREEK,  The Ambrose co. are down about 70 feet  with their shaft, and have struck wet slum,  MOSQUITO CREEK.  Tbe Tabb co. took out 20 oz, for the week.  Holman   and  Jeffree   cos.   had   made  wages;   The Willow co., good wages.   The  Minnehaha washed up 110 oz. for the week.  RED GULCH.  X The Torn and Jerry co. washed up 36 oz  for the week. The Butcher co, had, made  wages.y The Madoe co. are putting elevators  into their abaft, which is down 127 feet. Hiawatha co. took out expenses for week.  wmpgAw gulch.  ���������_TheDiscovery co. had just got in  with  their tunnel, and will wash this week;   The  Hit or Miss and Hope cos. were taking out  email pay,  GROUSE CREEK.  .The Ontario co. have been fixing and  cleaning tip their diggings, and have just  commenced drifting. The Idaho co. are  sinking* shaft in the creek above the saw-  panic* are "ground-sluicing.   Tbo company  at the ./     ���������',...,;  fciKTON niyiNt   . ������'���������   -;  Haf^ cleaned out their tunnel and have just  got to work in the face.  KE1THX.ST CREEK. ..'.���������'.,."  ��������� The water having fallen in this,creek, work  W** resumed last week in tbe flooded claims.  p/} ��������� LXOBTHIKG CREEK..'.'  - Nothing of importance has transpired on  this creek since our last report The. Discovery !(t)unbar) co. have got in with their  tunnel, but it; w too high. They expect to  wash in about ten days. The Forlorn Hope  co. are sinking a (third) shaft. .The Fifeshire  Lass co. have got down with tbeir shaft  about 40 feet, and are still in clay. The  Perth co. are prospecting with the Fifeshire  Lass co. the Union Jack co. are running a  tunnel..: Thr Royal Standard co. are prospecting with ^e Union Jack co. The Af ch-  dale 00. ar������ not working at present.  ;���������'���������",;; misikg couut.  ;  {B*fof������ C. JBraw, &.><;., Gold Commissioner.)  Saturday, May 29. !  Stephen Fellows vs. J. S. Thompson,, Jas-  Burdick and... B. Stepbens.--:Suit for $1017^  balance due/on contract for constructioi/bj  drain tunnel on Canadian creek.   Mr ParB  appeared for plaintiff, and Mr : Barnstooffor!  (1 ai'en<1 *nt*.    The   detcuduu ts ; are   agenvgXvt  three out of four companies joined by agreement to build a tunnel, and counsel: lor defendants/asked for a non-suit on the gro ii nil  that ail the companies should be made parties  to the defence.   Counsel for plaintiff argued  that defendants bad acknowledged their liability by paying $131, admitted to be due,  into con rt, and that the Mining Ordinance  declared that no summons should be void by  reason of any irregularity, consequently the  demand for a non-suit could not be granted.  The Judge admitted this, and after considerable discussion it was agreed to postpone the  case in order to allow summons to be served  fyn the fourth company not included in the  defence.  The Quickest Way���������The New York Herald  comments upon the dispatch from Earl Granville to the dominion Government announcing the acceptance by the Hudson's Bay  Company of the terms proposed for the trans*  fer of the Northwest Territory to the Domin-  ion Government. The Herald condescends  to speak in a congratulatory tone. By completing the scheme of Confederation, it  argues, the annexation of British North  America to the United States will be hastened.  We agree with the Herald that the quickest  way to annexation may be through Confederation, because the British Government will  not consent to any portion of their American  dependencies being separately handed over  to the United States ; but they might consent  to the whole of. them being annexed if tbe  people of the dominion should desire it. At  present, however, there is no evidence of any  such desire, and it is highly, improbable that  there ever will be.  Dominion Dat.���������We notice that a disposition to celebrate this Say is growing throughout the colony ; and even in Victoria,  communications to the papers there point  to a forthcoming celebration. At the  present time, when it is manifest that we  shall soon become a part of the Dominion, it  ia more than ever desirable to show that we  are not indifferent to the importance of the  change, tho First of July should receive as  much consideration as any other lay day in  the year.- It will be no disparagement to the  Twenty-fourth of May ; for has not the  Queen herself said that she hoped soon to see  British North America united Irom the  Atlantic to the Pacific? Let the wishes of  the Queen be loyally responded to, with a  view to hasten their fulfilment.  Tub Schoolmaster Abroad.���������Tho saying  that tlie schoolmaster is abroad is painfull v  e,< r 1������ is evidently not at home in this  country. The Board of Trustees of the Tale  public school have been m^quaH������������������ >"������ a  few months past with regard to obtahiinrthe  services of a schoolmaster or schoolmistress  and are  compelled  to advertise for one!  ���������ifh rtf0^0-1-8 are nofc /a'vorite institutions  W������mS Government... They/cost money.  Jnh Jn i ?w tbrfe years Public scuo������ls ! and  school teachers have been 'treated, most shab-  mJ\ * f������ems,aa if. Government wish'edto  T Wo^ ih* ^dag^ ^at jgnorance is bliss.  Low salaries, uncertain payment, and a  studied indifference and contempt! have diV  gusted teachers, who. prefer /to serve under  anybody but Government. The schoolmaster  is abroad, for he is not to, be found.  Mae*-  expreas.  ^No Atlantic mail carae b^ the last  appearance. Tbey seemed luacwimmuu  about committing: manslaughter, tbeir murderous propensities probably having just  been gratified, as they appeared to be in good  condition. Mr, 0.. stood still, equally inde-  teriniiied what to do, and. the varmints  walked quietly off, giving/an occasional  malicious look about! theni; Though not  demonstrative,, they evidently couldn't bear  the sight of a, biped in,: buckskins with satisr  faction./   .;       ;/ !.'/-.   X X..:..'>���������'���������;��������� A X- ��������� AiAAi.  " Mdrder wri.f, ouT.,>--iOn the 12th November, 1861, Patrick O'Brien Murphy was found  lying dead in his cabin, on /Murphy's Island,  immediately below New Westminster/ I������e  had beensbot while lying in his bed. Every  effort to trace the murderer was unavailing.,  A few days ago. an Indian was arrested and  lodged in jail a^ New Westminster,! charged  witiibeirig! the raiirdcrer of poor Murphy, '-/It  ap pears tha t th������ wife of! the In dian- let sli p  tbe seeret, and it is-thought there wi: 11 be n0  dimculty in pbtaming sufficient evidence to  convict himi���������[British Columbian. . /  Broke D6wn.~While Mr. Cannel's ox:team  was crossing-the bridge over the slough between; QuesneI river and Quesnelmouth, the  bridge broke down and the main wagoh fell  ?into tbe slough. A Toot of one of the oxen  was.!./severely injured. ./^Fortunately,iV;the  gpoilsiin the wagon were principally canned  afijfe^ah^j-.with the exception of three chests  oflea������ no .dam age was. done..-   ..:...    From WHiTE/PiXE^-rMr^^^ Frank Castagnetto.  formerly, in; business! here, has written to a  friend in Barkerville: about White Pine, The  letter/Is'dated !^prU- 24th,! and gives a  gloomy- ac c ou ri t! of affairs ���������; in that country.  After describing prospects for business, ne  says be does not think; much of the mines,  and advises any man who, has a day7s work  in Cariboo not to leave for White Pine.  Change in Business.���������Mrs. Funk, who, together with Miss Funk, arrived by the last  express, has rented the saloon and lodgings  house hitherto /known to the public by the  management of Mrs. Tracey. Those who de-;  sire good liquors and commodious sleeping  apartments can secure both at Mrs. Funk's  establishment.  Fires.���������Yesterday afternoon a large fire  raged on Stout gulch. Some of the miners'  cabins were endangered. On Mosquito  creek and Red gulch a forest fire spread to a  heap of lagging, which was burned. The  machinery of the Tom and Jerry company  was put in jeopardy. On the meadows fire  is raging in several places.  The Best Coffee.���������In order to obtain a  first-class coffee, it is necessary to secure the  very best berries, and to roast them according to the most approved method. This is  done by Wilson & Rickman, Fort Street.  Victoria, who are prepared to furnish, for  cash, Coffee that never fails to elicit the approbation of those who use it. '���������  As  A:\NEXATrONIST.���������The  ftiujuus   Freucu  Canadian annexationist, Dr. Cadieux, who has  been successful several times in getting his  name into the newspapers, has at last managed to get bis body confined in the Onondaga, N. Y., penitentiary, for kicking and  choking his wife! Sic transit, the glory of  ail such patriots1.   .  Qc 1 et���������Barkerville presents a much quieter  aspect now than iu previous years at this  season. Scarcely a dozen people are seen on  the streets at once in the daytime. The reason  is, there are few idle men about town.  Labour seems just about proportioned to the  demand. ���������  Traffic���������W. Lane's ox-team arrived at  Richfield from Yale on Sunday. Ryder's ox-  team came into Barkerville on the same day.  Vignola's pack train also arrived on Monday.  W. Lane's mule-team arrived yesterday, with  goods for 0. Strouss. E. Canneli's ox-team  also arrived yesterday.  Arrived.���������H. P. Walker  and  0.  Hare*  Esqs,, arrived at Richfield on Sunday last.  REMovAi^Mr. A  D. McPher&ri. watcb-  SS^h^W-^1?1 removed "������ business  nZnir rl n^l% h^ occupied by. tho  Bank of Bnbsh North America.: Mr;W.  bas had a neat, tasteful awning spread over  he. sidewalk in front of bis new store, wbich ���������  looks quite attractive. :.'.���������/     ������     .:  . Exi>RESs.-Barnara>s ExpressfVem Victdr^i !^  arri^^n,Saturday morning, last;; iHonl. G,     ;;  A. Walkem andE-Bewdney, Mr. Galley arid  Mrs. and Miss Funk were passeheers.   The  express left at C:30 p. mM of same^day, with    ;  J, Lawless and W; Barry as, passengers -for > A  Quesnelmouth, and Mr. Davis. fpr/Vanwinkle.; Z/  From Kootenay.���������Fouif out of a pa^of ~'  six old Caribooit'esVwho leli there -for Perry-,''  ������������������*  creek early this spriuff, rctiimed by Cache^ : ;^  creek last week.^'Tbey report Perry erects S:  being a bilk.   The-other.-two. of Ib.eir,-^rib^^i^i^^  al ready three thousand st^arn n Vo wa at work ':w  in England, some of thetn with' stationary epAyA  gines capable of driving from! tbree to six ���������  plows^^ach..-.,;;')���������-.-, ;./ipwXyliyAlA^-'-   "AXA-pAl  A  SuA.M;---Tbe National  Association   of:\A  Dublin have adopted a resolution declaring  that the new agitation for/a repeal of .the   '''!  union is a pretence and a sham, put! forward >  in the interest of an anti-Irish asceadauby"  pariy.yiA..-/AX,/:,yyyy..A  Fire BRiOADfeTfecommittee1 appointed !/  to ' cpllect the subscriptions in /aid ��������� of'tbe-.::.  funds : of: the v Fire/Brigade,; had/collected! ,/  about $220 up to yesterday;at'noon/;- 'AAA. A  /^ssr Felt^s Coffke baa^ iiow's^S/lne test!!;;  of the last eight years, hasi superseded entirely the imported Chartres Coffee, and % A. /  how kept and sold by all respectable dealersv/  County Court.���������Cv Brew/ Esq;, left fop-  Quesnel mouth-: on Monday^ where/ he! will  bold a County Court  A Shaky.;r-4 The,- bridge/ over !; StOut %��������� gulch ;  sh0ok very much yesterday when\an; ox-team f  was passing oyer. Is the bridge sufficiently.!".  sound and strong? '  A.; ��������� t'X'tX**'-, A :���������<:��������� -ylf/ a.  COLONIAL-NEWS.  A. G-. Gilkinsoii was committed to take his.  trial: at the Assizes! on a furtlier charge !of  haying embezzled tlie/ ��������� siim of $300, money  deposited:by J. C^JiicbQlson with the.Bank  of BritislrNorth America in Victoria. '������������������/?/������������������ 'Jy  The Victoria movementih' favor of Respon*-  sible Government without Confederation has  proved a failure, the /promoters having dis-  agreedr' '.' //-.//:T;.!'";/      ��������� ...-'���������/���������/ AAA AA ,'���������_' :'/\  A1A cpmplimjentary. dinner is/talked or ia  Victoria in connection /with the approaching!  departure from the ooleny of ex-Colonial  Secretary Young.  Samples/of the coal found at Kicbtai riveif  have been tested at the Assay Office, New  Westminster, and pronounced to ; be of the  finest quality.  J. D. Pemberton bas been appointed a  member of the Tariff Commission.  The town lots of Hastings, Burrard Inlet y  will be sold on the 10th of July.  Mr. M. Michand has been appointed post*,  master at Burrard Inlet.  Mr. J. Hey wood, Victoria, has sold his  interest in the Baynes Sound.(Comox) coat  mine for $10,000, to a San Francisco firm,  who intend to open and work the mine.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  s  my26  At DeNQUVION & KURTZ.  NOTICE. ^~"  THE PARTNERSHIP heretororo existing hetweea  William Sterling a������d William P. Btirry. asSuloon  Keepers in Bitrkervillc, Cariboo, is this clay dissolve*  by mutual consent. AH debts duo by tho Orm of  Sterling & Barry will be paid by William Sterling, who  is also entitled to collect all monies duo to the Bald  firm* WILLIAM STERLING.  WILLIAJJ P. BARKr.  BarkervMo, B.C., 26th May, 18(J9. .  Wilnctfs- Jaa. Buniick; my29 85  RICHFIELD.  ISS A HICKMAN begs to announce to the Miner*  ?ik of Kichttoltl and the public in general thatsho  has ooencd the above Restiiurant for the siimmcri  U^viu- made extensive additions to the Restaurant  SSw&cnt nnd secured tbe services of a ^i~cl^  Cook Miss tl- tlatters herself that she will bo able W  e ve 'her patrons every snisfaction, and hopes bf  strict attention to business, to merit a share of publw*  patronage. ,���������    WAX,  Board, per Weels, $12.   Single Hoals, |lv  as-The best Uquor*Rn4 Ctg^ra always to b������ h������a  Uihn. Bar, ^v2S ������������������. .*  s   ��������� k \   " <y typ,-  ',f.Z- cf^il1  ��������� A >^>k'Xte-X,  ^ I  sXA[;  ,-w -    Amp 1  :   ���������,/-14  i  A yl \  ' lyy.S'A %  I    ���������.     .At  "���������aZp  I  ���������' ������>  \  -M -16  x . :~'7t-1 ./  iduRKMtif ITEMS.  Discovery. ��������� A  French  :new advertisements.  /  /  /  ���������*-���������', j. -. ...j**/ri  by Which.lie  ....       ������i _ ���������  cheinist claims thattic fras.nmde a discovery  ch he can cleanse printed paper po it  vyiil be suitable to receive afresh impression.  He says all that is necessary is to iramersVthe  printed sheet in a< slight alkaline solution,  *������en tho inkvjwai;;:disappear; leaWn^ the  Blieet again a spotless.white./; .  i'A'. Bad'V;������ SEtC/'-r-A Chicago blacksmith  nailed a horseshoe to thesMewalk in front of  bis/stop on AnriUfool^s day, and amused  himself hy laughing at the simple ones who  attempted torpick it up. AYhilche was gone  - ' "���������-     '   --*-������-. ^:A ehoe off  bimself by laughing at the simple ones  attempted torpick it up. VWUUe;he was  .;   io. dinner a smart.boy;knocked the she  i.^ -,^itb a^ lianinier., and Jn Mia,, afWnnnri cnia H  A;(Jdop E^^ Bishop  of New  Jersey bas given notice that he wil 1 refuse at  c oh fir naatio n to lay his h an ds up on th e  '.-;���������'     ��������� . '��������� - ��������� "* ���������  M1XISH ^GpLtliMBIA.  rporated by Royal Charter, 1862].  -   -   -   -   - ,������.' - $2,500,000.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  Effi  STEAMER  EITERPRISE.  [Inco  CAPITAL  With power 'tb increase.  IN  Drafts issued on the Bank's branches  vaNhoUVER  ISLAND ���������VICTORIA.  Iii the United States :  HA,   -      -   SAN FRANCISCO.  PORTLAND  mv*L VfrajC -. .Messrs. Baix <& Guxdry.  -The Bank of Montreal.  The British  Linen Coni-  io dinner a smart.boy knocked the  -.in. .'���������_ v.I'i-.^j.u���������"���������������a :������> 4t.n _n.fiArnAnn.. ttcAA..Jifc  Bishop  of N>  ; he will refuse  conflrruation to lay his hands upon the dis-j0N IRELAND���������TheBank ofirelahd.      >^  gusting  piles   of false   hair arid chignons/ON MEXICO Axp SOUTH AMERICA���������The  which disfigure the heads of so many young J;  ���������".;.. -London* Bank' of  Mexico   and, South  CALIFORNIA  OREGON,  NJttW  VOkK..  ON CANADA  ON SCOTLAND  panyVBank.       ;  ON 1RBLAND���������TWBajik of Ireland.  HIS steamer is now making regular trips between  Soda Creek nnd Quesnelmouth, connecting with  Barnard's Express.    ...,-���������        '> ���������     ,-      -  "���������-,   .���������'������������������'  jm- The steamer is not responsible for leakage of  Oils, or other liquids shipped,in tins.  ���������  A. McPherson,   .1  Ax erM3  T C  A     ���������AND���������.  JEWELL  BARKERVILLE.  BarkervillQj Mayl, 1S60. ��������� - '   ��������������������������� :  =������������������'���������,  which disfigure the heads of so many young  ladies! seeking admission to; the church and  commusiion* '/A. ;.. '���������> AAiA'x.X'ixA-: ',\r:"-\y. -AyX-  Outaix_ op run BarbebV ; Pole. ��������� The  striped poieused by barbers as a sign bvves  its  origin, to. the fact, that/some centuries  ago, it was customary ifpr hprhetp to bleed  people, and the pole, with alternate windings  of red and'^  arm of the phleb6 to missed vietim. In course  of time the apothecary succeeded- the /barber  as a bloodrlettev ^but'ihe^ old Sign of the  craft was retained^\J'y^t]he;-latter,; after the  function that gave it significance had ceased",  What Newspapeus^ are:������������������A newspaper is a  window through which men look out on all  that  is ; going;! on ] in - the world.   Wi thptit a  newspaper a man is shut tip ia a small room  and kno ws little or-no thing of what is happening! outside of himself. :In our day, news:,  pa))ers keep/pace with history, and, record it.  Nothing can long be kept secret where newspapers are allowed freedom  in  expression  and enterprise.   They range the world for  .materials. . Tbey   unlock   the   most-secret  rooms, and pry into the portfolios of minis-  tjrs ;and \ diplomatists.A^hey proclaim the  king'siJ wordsi the actsiof parliament the laws;  of Congress^ and the deliberations- of Courts  of Justice. ��������� They follow in the wake of ships  of disco very, arid rep or t all n ew things fouri d  out.   They bring back from the wilderness  the scout's report.   Then go with armies, and  report the details of murders, i battles and of  ��������� the whole campaign.   Tbey are the servants  of commerce, of manufactures,, and of all industrial enterprise.   They are full, of the discoveries, of science.   They record the progress  of art.   They  catch up the wisdom  hidden with skill and experience, and spread  itabroad to all the peopIe.-^[H. W. Beecher.  .A Fbeax of (jENius.^The freaks of genius  #re often as unaccountable as they are extraordinary ; and the most singular  one we  have met with for a long time is that of a  man named Laurence Oliphant, who a few  y������.ars *B������ y^tto-Eugland as the Secretary  of the Japanese mission, wheire he made  a  deep  impression on  the   fashionable  and  . . Ainenca,  ON ENQLAND^ho Bank of British Colum-  ���������bia^Head Office���������East India Avenue,  ���������'-.,; Leadeiihall street. A- '.'.',���������-"  OOLD DttST AND BARS PURCHASED  i\ Received.on Beposit, or Advanees made ou-taeui.  ^; T  Granted';on Victoria, San\ Francisco,. Portiand..and  ��������� v. :���������.;:-/':"' .':,: .Now. York1. A .     .--.-..   - '     '  ���������-   .  Every description of Banking, Business transacted.'  lAAA-- AA ��������� A    ;      :   CHARLES S, JONES, A<rent.  jWiiliamCreek,-.Cariboo: ' :   >, W ^  "trio ���������������   . JI^TTria^Tivi^iat...  ^^  RET/JL:;, BUTCHERS,  B A R K E R VIL L B,   RICH FIELD,  /yp MOSQUITO: CREErC.;\.\;V.  A supply of fresh meat of all ^descriptions constantly  oh hand.  fe Zfcn  AND  '     "������ LES AL.E  AND   RETATr  Dealers In Dry Goods  mS ~ ���������      <��������� "  rials, Whfto nnd Vrt^fii n ^h'd8 ������f Brcea m������  ;   Staple O'oode. ;        AiHnvolooofgoodSftyioi^e.p,.:nApA AS  Masonic B������IWlnB,CoSS,# V yCM'  May.I, 1S89. "' ""^ Si���������t> Victoria, B. 0  HeniT^aSa^J?~&tv:  A largo agsortmont; ol Vrr Oo,id������ ri������������������  .vnarratreet,-"" ���������"������'an������y on'i,���������Lnu "��������� BDi G">-  Am^<l^EylwWi_j; A... '  .'������������������������!., v. j.  0311  i x yttreyyety.  t  KERR   &   SO  Baiikbrvillb. ..Aw".  Feb. 6, IS69.  & s  Orders from tho O^r coootry 8niIc..^n���������V    '  j>tar i,i86o. xy ym 4*^MJ m"*������  Pacific; Tew  Never fo.t - of thejField!  iA'^Am'ie-nAtAe  ^���������:^MicuFi^DAA\yxy:A.  AliySo^^^l!^18A. W0^1D ^lborc*ia0J  i-:    VI^ORIA^ADyBRTISEiirS^TS. AsX  6rn  .  Sheet an^  W LL JOBBINO   WORK  INT  TIV,   COPPER, Sheet  _ol '-- Iron f Zin c an (I Lead Pi pi ng, a tten d c d to w 11 h .  promptness,  and  warranted   to give entire, satis-  faction.   ..-..v", *:."'.'������������������������.'.,,        ���������   ': ���������-.'-- '.'���������- -.' '  iHardwarej Iron & Steel.  .-.:.;;.^-���������������������������:-;���������   E, PEARSON & BROS.,  ':���������-':��������� ���������'������������������-'��������� ^s.s-w Barker rillo:  ; ���������".''��������� ���������"������������������'-��������� '    HAgyESS. FOR SALE . ;     'Wysl  .gain I  SfQYES!~STQVES!  ADAMS & PEARCY,  BARKERVILLE,    !  . Have on hand a choice.sclcctloh of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  SHEET COPPEB, MC  ^TIN  PLATE   AND   SHEET  IRON  With various other articles in their line of trade.  %$* All Jobbing in the Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and  Zinc trade attended to, and warrantod to give eatis-  faction. .,.;���������' no6  PRIZE:   SEEDS!  jay :&:1ales,  ,   SEEDSMEN, ' AAiAsl'.A  YATES STR,EET, VJCTORli;.;. /....  .TTrERE. awarded -PRIZES .nt Yjli,E  \\ ��������� a nd ' VICTORIA Agriciil tural,, Ex-  " ��������� hi bi tiohs, for tiicir Bplcnd id collect Ion of  COLONUL-KAISED -iFARM^'  .-' "A: "anp���������-. 'A Ax'At  ���������   .   ���������   GARUttl^EDSyl X A ������������������'��������� AA".  Which they olft-r aViLOsW PRICEi? I  Dlsponslnff Chemist and DniceNt ���������-irrnZct':-  .     Fruit Tr^es andTSushes IX  carofully packed.  Marc!H3,1869; : . *������-<--J j^,'  -.'      ^  street,,Victoria,  i Orders attended to frl\h ^re and despatch.  ' *iK 1XFATCHSfi'RER^ V^WEIXER AND EX-  /fJQ\ fiIwgrn.ver, .Government.*"btreef,. 'n������xt to tJm  iSs&m St:vKichoias;Kotcl,^Victoria, V.I. ,:Chrr.noia-  (i tors', an rt Watch ea cleaned, repa i red t ahd sen m otvi!.  Every Rescript Son of Jo>vel lory, m ade to order. Plaia  and Ornamental Engravftjg ncatlj^ eiccuted.  ���������      -H-Ll   I    | l.f   ���������������!������������������"'   -���������'    .   -'-��������� '- '-- "Jill  Miners' Provision  Store  ,   -,._._ uu  lue  lasmonab!e      .,        NF'xr Door "**. Sbotine!, office.  ^tical^orld by his brilliant talente.   He IA T this ������������������������������������*; h.',     ,  .Sfe'tt^iftajl?   6'0-   -S FRESHEST SERIES & PROVISION  ���������;���������"    A. G-ILMORE,  ERCHANf   TAIL  VATES STREET,  HAS on hand, and is constantly receiving, a iargv  assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERESahd VEST-  IN'GS; which he is prepared, to make to, order, in the  most approved styles.  ADorders from Cariboop'.omptly attended to.  May I, 1808, ' 6m  ROBERT    BURNABY,  LAND AG EXT, Etc/, !  OOVBRXMENT  STRKKT,  V1CTOKIA, V.   I.,  All business carefully and punctually attended to  May 2, 136S. 6m  Corner''CJovcrnmcnt and PrihrtbrrvStreets,  ���������'���������;;-v;;w'v V������&Bt'eldo, Victor iri,. V. .I.--,'.���������.--:    .  Executes orders for every description of vehir.K   A  genera I assortment pr.-Wa.gons always on hand,,  May 1,1869. Cheap roH Cash.     , 8ia  lliylA&A^spiwcpn/i  Importer of: Booka, Stationer}', and ttmcy Fordgn  Ma nulhc lures,  FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B^'-C.  May 1, 1869. , a  Packings Bag^aking, etc.  THE undersigned announces that he packs Goods fa  Victoria for the Upper Country, and manufactare3  ���������Bafrs for Mills, Merchants, iind Farms������.. All tinds  or Machine Sewing done. Orders promptly attended  to. D. KAUEMAN,  April 24, 1869. 3m  VatOBSt. Victoria.  . pace  seen" aannterih ^ in   7. no waj  .    His Royai Highness the I>fCe of W^i       f  other  His  Majesty  the S of^ *������  Such a future as that which l!y bet?������  handsome, clever  r������a^nr        ������eiore this  fen envied.   Suddenly, however   WS  ^herc he had gone none could tell X  his constituent at Sterling were mL    ?������  SB* any   accurate  mformatkm   ,   able to i  Mm, and as ne ia'aT���������.  ���������      concerning  recent election, another nn^^f?0 at th������ '  Wa place.   He ias at last ^��������� S-cboSen fn  community   at  Brocton   n��������� Sff^e'ilistio.  IN CARIBOO.  ALSO���������A good selection of Clothing, Hardware, Glass  and Crockery.    Best brands of Tobacco,  Medicines, etc., etc.  Best Jay* Coffee Roasted and Ground  DAILY.  ALL GOODS SOLD~AT LOWEST RATES.  Tbe BAR is fully supplied with the choicest  Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.  I trust by strict attention to business, and fair and  square dealing, to merit a continuance of tlie liberal  patronage heretofore extended to me.  A large lot of HEYWOOD'S celebrated   BACON I  for sale, at a very low figure.  Peb. 20,1869.  FELL   &    FINLAYSON,    '  Tea and Coffee Salesmen,  Fort street, Victoria, V.I.,  keeping aa assort-  at can be obtained  / ApUily,* regards  i������yi Om  Coffee ! Coffee !! Coffee !!  A. Kradnf^ the  tained the1 neccusary" ronchS?Sr {nrf^1 havln������ f^  now prepared to furiiishV'nr^7uJa l  Hnffar,}������ bo is  latest approved scmfiScrrhci- -' !!f?rd!^ to the  to he superior toany cthe/       P    J and  ������arni������l������ it  FiSSJ^^^^J^re   Clothing ; Garden  Yale, May 1, isSf' *-"*'** ������nrf Colonial. '  Importers, and  Commission   Merchants,   Inaurancft  Agents, etc.,  Wharf Street, -     ' - ������������������"';"   -        Victoria, V. F.  FORT    YALE    HOTEL  FrontStroet.Yalo.nrUiab Columbia. '  KII.I.IV & USB, Proprlctora.  ���������  .Ortcn from un.co ",r���������?     JANT'"Y 0N 1IA^D.  M-W 1,1869.        P coontrr ������arofu]|y attondctl to.  rF������oMAs waisiTtT^;���������rr 6'"  A   Clothing m^le'io^T' ^  Westminster, 1317  w������ya on liana, EnRliVh nmi  ?.' m<"������������mto nitos      Al'  from   Min   ������>^    i4J1K"hu  and  Or^fon rn,.*������      *" *      Al"  with  care:   and  Om  ' ���������, ���������;.'  .        ���������Wholesale Dealer in-  G-rocQries,   PrpYisians.,  p JXnvana Cigars, and French Preserves.  Yates Street,   .    .      ���������    '" -      Victoria, V;I.,B.O.  ��������� T. PRICE^ ~  TAILOR,   GOVERNMENT STREET,   VICTORIA.  Orders From up.country punctually attended to._  J}AU..KY'H -Hotel ,'LanffIey Street, Victoria, is still  U open for tho accommodation of travel ers, agu  (hcTAbioAiid Bods arc kept Jn tho usual satisfacwry  stylo. . 6m_  LONDON   HOirSE.  GOVERK5IBCT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE     AHD     RETAII.  J. H. TURNER & CO.,  ���������-���������, IMPORTERS OF' ���������  Engiiflh  and Frenofa Silks, Shawls, Dresses  Underclothing, Gloves, and every  description of Drapery (roocis.  o regular supplies hy Repress, via Panama  orders, '*&&  m  ���������  mat  m  m  m  mm  Mi  mm  f  ft  mm  m  m  i  ^^^^^^BMBHiaBaBiea^^


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