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 Vol.  Bagrkeryille, William Creek, B.C., Saturday, June 11, 1870.  No;  Published every��������������������������� Saturday , by p'f  ROBERT     H 6 L L O W A yI  Subscription,   ������>   ������; 60 Cents per Week*;  Agents for the >��������� Cariboo Sentinel**V  Van Winklo,- ;if   ...���������'; ,-  Quoanelm6uth;V   ;v.  Soda Crook,  . -'  Clinton,    ���������     . ���������       -       ..   . .  Yule,      -      ������      Mr. Evans,  j New Westminster  .  Victoria*   -     . ���������  -.   .  L. P, Flshor,    .   -. -       .'���������'..-  MrO.iW. Lindhart tf' i".  > ��������� ���������; Barnard's;Express  Barnard'6 Express  Barnard's Express  do do  Clarksoo & Co  ; v. .John Collcns  - ���������     San Francisco  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL.  JOB PRINTING OFFICE.  'Cards, Circulars, Posters and Programmes for  Balh and Theatrical Entertainments  ; j53y*Executed witb neatness and dispatch ..{g^  ��������� Terms moderate,*-   ���������'-.  THE FENIAN RAID ON CANADA.  i Poiijrbkeepsie, May 25���������A 17 S, battery,  {bound for Ogdensburg, passed here to-night.  {The, Fenian Generals Gleason and Davis have  Salso gone north. '"   XX  New York, May 25���������The Canadian; news  ^creates a great sensation., Eight thousand  jrnen are represented to have left here, and.as  [many more have enlisted since.,. Rumor, says  iFilzhugh Lee is idi command ; also, "that 700  |U. S. troops have left for tlie border.  Telegrams from  St. Albans state that the  .Fejitnnb eh.tored Canoda from -Frank. 1 in, Ver���������  info nt, and attacked FYel t gsbVjr'jr. defeating lhe  iGanadiaiidnijUary In a skirmish with a loss of  gseveraV.kiHed.and wounded.  Boston, May' 25-~R������pprt3 at headquarters  jtate   that ���������th������>;adyauced   guard-   occupied  [Pigeon Hill, th^SixtU^Rifles falling back with-  jOtit firing a sftot.4^: '>:v ��������� \.'  The Grand Trunk Railroad is torn up ifor  [quite a distance to capture a cattle train.  " Ogderisburg. May 25-Five hundred Fenians and a hundred wagons of ammunition  ^passed ithrpugli^Massena last night. Four  sbundrcd more are at St. Albans.  Col. Moseby, Confederate guerrilla, is here  [organising cavalry forces. </���������       "*��������� ";"'"."  St, Albans, May 25���������The Fenians crossed  jthe border to-day ander command of General  gO'Neil, and were soon after surprised by a  ���������volley from a force of Canadians concealed  beside the road;   The fire^waa returned and  I sharp discharges were" kept up fbr some time.  ;Oae Fenian was killed and *6neVwounded,  : The U. S. Marshal Foster and his deputy; wit-  | nessed the; skirmisb, and shortly afterwards,  when O^Neil had gone to the right of his command; arrested him, DOtwithptanding ;his refusal 'to surrender, and brought him in a oar-  | riage to this place.   He was taken before the  IJ. S. Commissioner for violation of the nea-  I trality laws, and in default of $20,000 bail  I was committed to Burlington jail. The arrest  1 of O'Neil has fallen like a wet blanket on the  Fenians, and reports from the front to-night  say they are badly demoralised.  The Fenians  1 fought well, but evidently were not reinforced  I as expected.   There are not over 500 men  I about the scene of the skirmish, where ammunition for fully four times that number had  I been provided.   It is reported that many Fenians are returning tp St. Albans.   About one  I hundred and twenty arrived from the sou th  I last night.   Unless the Fenians are heavily  reinforced the movement will be a failure*  Later intelligence says two Fenians were  killed and two.wounded.   One of the killed  was Lieut. Murray, of a Boston company;  j Some.U. S. artillery have arrived herefrom  Piattsburg, and more are expected to-morrow.  It is rumored that Gen. Meade will soon be  here.   The "streets are lively to-uight.   Several companies of British regulars are on the  way to the front.   Great excitement prevails  all along the border.  Montreal,   May   25���������The   Fenians  are at  Trout river,  Huntington county, and intend  to cross.   Six hundred volunteers have left  for the frontier, and the 69tb Regiment is expected from Quebec.   The F.enians at Pigeon  Hill, numbering 3000,. are throwing up ln-  trenchnients.    The  Prince .Consort's   Own  Rifles have gone to the front, with the Mont  real Volunteers, to attack them.  .. Prince Arthur goes in Col. Russell���������& staff.  A battery of. artillery has gone to the front.  All the troops in the city are ready to move.  It is thought the military authorities will not  attempt to check the invaders near the border  but allow them  to come some distance into  the country so as to get a good chance: at  them., -..  ......  ��������� Toronto, May 25���������The news is received  that O'Neil was arrested by the U. S. authorities" and"is~"nOw ^ imprisoned- in~St.^-Alban?s  jail. The Fenians attacked tlie Home Guards  at Cook's Corners, but they were repulsed  with several killed and wouuded. No lives  lost on the'Canadianside. ��������� !-.���������  THE MACE-ALLEN. PRIZE-FIGHT.  Betting was three to Sve on Mace, though  Allen's friends were very confident. Allen's  weight, 173; Mace, 168. At 8:30 time was  called and. bo th. men.caniG -m- Ifa'o ��������� rin gf. -���������-���������:-~;  "First Round���������Souieiiuic. was consumed in  feinting; both men smiling*.- Mace made the  first blow, hitting Allen under the right eye.  who got away laughing.. Mace, .hit Allen in  the nose slightly and claimed blood, which  was not allowed. There was much interchanging, when * both men went down, Allen  under. ���������. . ���������������������������'.'*���������. i  Second Round���������Alien led off on Mace's fore  head; Mace returning on Alien's mouth ; first  blood for Mace. Severe fighting ensued, Allen getting in two heavy blows near Mace's  stomach. Mace fell short in hitting Allen's  neck, the latter returning on Mace's breast  Mace then got one unler Allen's left eye, and  then a Bevere cut on the right eye, Allen going  down.  Third Round���������Allen struck Mace lightly,  the latter going down.  Fourth Round���������Same as last.  Fifth Round���������Allen sent in a blow under  Mace's right arm. The latter returning, Allen  slipped down, but rose quickly up, when be  clinched.   Mace threw Allen.  Sixth Round���������There was some little sparring, when the men again clinched, Allen  throwing Mace and falling on him heavily.  The claims of foul were not allowed.  Seventh Round���������In this round Allen's right  eye was completely closed, Mace getting in a  heavy blow on Allen's nose. Allen then gave  Maco a body blow. Quiok interchanges ensued, both men falling together,  Eighth Round���������The men clinched, Mace  getting in several blows,and was then thrown  by Allen.  Ninth Round���������A slight hit, for Allen then  struck Mace a heavy blow under tbe loft, ear,  knocking him clean dowu. The first knock  down for Allen.  Tenth and last Round���������Allen gave Mace a  body blow, and then after feigning some time  both rested several seconds ; then coming up,  Allen hit Maco, the latter returning with two  heavy outs under Allen's left peeper, the  blood flowing freely. Tho men then retired  against tbe stakes, going to their corners,  when they were sponged off. They advanctd  again; and then hard fighting ensued.   The  men clinched and fell heavily���������Mace's arm  around Allen's neck. Allen was carried to  his corner. Time was called, when Coburu  Jhrew up the sponge, saying I,bat Allen's arm  was dislocated.  Mace was then declared winner in forty-five  minutes.  Allen was badly punished about the face,  but Mace was without a scratch.  The crowd was very orderly.  NEW   ADVERTISEMENTS;  CALIFORNIA ITEMS.  Captain H. A. Good, of Tehama county.  California, was killed by Indians, near hiB  bouse on Deer creek.: ';'/  During a family quarrel near San Luis Rey.  Los Angeles county, Henry tlice, with an axe.  cleaved open the.head of his stepfather/Sam.  E.Wright.     .  ��������� A miner, named Wra. Carruthers, was blown  up in the shaft of the Summer Bloom mine  on Treasure Hill, by the premature discharge  of a blast, and sustained very serious injury.  A. Los Angeles dispatch.says the weather is  extremely boF, In Bakerefielait was"110 deg.~  in covered shade.. .; . :-   :,:  Two miners named Trejrellis, Cornishmen,  were killed by, an accident in;;the Eureka  North mine/,..;:. -:   ���������/'-'���������;  James Tracy, a miner at Diamond city, was  shot and mortally wounded while lighting. ���������  A despatch fromYreka says John Todhung  ter was killed by one William Williams at  Cottonwood on account of an"old feud.  Tod-  -huxifier iea/vta--������.--wifo R.r������d te*> chl\&*<mi- T?r  Andrew Mulone, a section hand on the  Union Pacific Railroad, was killed by .Indians  at Separation statitd. .,,' -���������.,.'  Wai Senior, a contractor, committed suicide at Helena, M. T. ".*.."  George Liddlecoat- a Cornisbman, wa;  killed by one Wm. Little, at Rye Patch Station, Little being drunk at the time.   ;;;';'  ��������� Captain W. R. Story, Depttty,JLr������ S. Marshall,  was shot and killed while attempting to  ar-  'rest a desperado named Hawes near Grants-  ville, Utah. Hawes waspursned and killed,  but not until he had wounded three of his  pursuers, one of them fatally.  A man named Robert McBurns drew a revolver on a negro named Higginson at Helena, M.T., but Higginson was too quick for  him and shot Burns, who is not expected to  iiVe. ';;'���������  G. A. HusRey, of Sierra Valley, while in a  fit of jealousy, killed his wife.  Van   Volkerttrarg  &    Co*  RETAIL   BUTCHERS; ''\  ARK  ERVILLE,   RICHFIELD,    AT^0  ' MOSQUITO CREEK, :     ���������   .  A5npply6f:re8hmoatbi[ali desortptioiia coajtantly  on hund. .;.-������������������ ;..-;���������     ���������-. :. . '; :   v ������ " :���������'   '' -  Miners' Provision   Stoi'e,-  BARKERVILLiE, fX_.  Kxf Door to Sentisel Offick. . ���������  AT this Establishment will always bo found a well  ,  selected and varied.assortment.ol the   .  FRESHEST  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  .        IN CARIBOO., ,.    p. ���������  ALSO-^-A good selection of Clothing. Hardware, Olaas  and Crockery.: Best brands-<yf Tobacco; -  Medicines, etc., etc.        :...-..  Best Javi Coffee Roasted and Ground .DAILY,  ALL"GOODS! SOLD: AT'LOWEST RATES  The BAR is fully suppUcd wltti taochoiceat  '������������������   Havana Cigars, Wines and Uquors.   -  T trust by strictattention to business, and fair an������S  square dealing, to merit a continuance ot' the t loeral  patronage here toforo extended to me.   - -    ������."iil:i .  A large lot of HEYWOOD.'S celebrated  BACOK !  for sate, at a very low^ iflgurc."'.:  .   Feb. 20,1809: ���������-. -.- t;>; ...-- ���������. ..:: - ���������<> ������������������    ��������� ���������������.������������������_.  Sm  Slieeran^^^sT^rofiT&tuTesr  A. Casamayon & Co.,  Commission Merchants & Wholesale Dealers  in  GROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,  H A V ANA   CIGARS   AND   FRENCH  PRESERVES.  Yates street, Victoria, V.I.  ray? &n  Mining and Agricultural  Machinery,  QPRATT & KRIEMLER Manufacture all kinds of  O Machinery for Farmers and Miners, at tho Albion  Fouodry. Victoria, V.I., and for obeapness * an *  quality their work cannot bo rivalled by. any other  machinists. First premium Colonial mado Wrought  Iron Ploughs, after tho Scotch stylo, universally*acknowledged to bo tho host in uso, price $65. Order*  for Quartz Mills, Iron Pumps, &o., Ploughs or parts  of Ploughs, promptly *uttouUoU to. my7 6m  1 IX.FOBBING WOBKIN TIN. COPPER.Sbeo*  A. rron.Zincand Lead Plpeng, attended to,with  ro'mptness, and  warranted, to give entire .86Ua  action* '}   ': ���������'-'.-'   '  "'' '   " -'  Hardware   Iron &  ���������Blasting. Fo*w  HARNESS,    Etc.,  for sale;  ...vB. PEARSON & BROS.,  BAHKKBVn.LE AND QUESNELMOUTH.  THE   UNDERSIGNED    BEGS    TO    INFORM   HIS  friends and the public, that he haB-fitted up so*n������  QOMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  rj*> ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ������Ai his new building, wtiero he is prepared to give  good Beds at a reasonable price. .Those who will  favor him with their patronage, may depend'on thd  cleanness and comfort of his bouse.     ;# .   r  He Ukes also this opportunity to remind tho Carl.  booUos that his Brewery has received the FIRST  PRIZE of the CoJony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  And the true amateurs will be able to Judge by them-  selves that such honorable prize has been ustly  awarded to him.  N. B.���������A largo front room to et.  Barkerville Jan, 23 1869. K. OTJNIO  &  AGENTS FOR    .  The Royal Jiisnrance CoM  WHARF SJpfEET, VICTORIA, V.I.  H.   LEWIN,  Importer and Dealer in Fine Havana  CiaARS an_d_TOBACCO.  the above articles can   bo obtained in  and out of  f Bond, at tho option of the purchaser.   A general  assortment of  SMOKING 'ARTICLES.,'  ttf$��������� Orders from-the Uppur couulry promptly attended to. .'���������'���������'���������';  NO. 4r YATES STREET.  (Opposite the Bank of British North America.)  VICTORIA, V.l. rny7 3m  E  WATOHMAKER,    JEWELLER  graver,   Government street,  St. .\Jchola3 Hotel, Victoria, V.L  AND EN-  nest to tha  vigxa cm.. ;>jcn������jiua uwa, ������i������/n'ii������, ������ ��������� *. Ghrononj������  etcrs and Watches cloanod, repaired, and warranted.-  Every description of Jewellery made to order. Piaia  and Ornamental Engraving neatly executed.    .  Oriers from tho Upper country promptly attended  to.  ������**���������%  '^���������^  **>'  A!::n f -:-. ���������'^y    .           ���������������������������i^^"^^���������i^w^.  * ... .,-���������''v������;,,,-,i_-*jBivii..; .-i-j*������'wt-,'-*-T*v *���������������>"  ' ������$ '.'/���������.:  f- ��������� ���������  "  \'r"  TifECAltlBOOSIuYT  ���������ii-  :  s." ''.  SATUliDAV. SUm 11.  1870.  I -"  i   tlr  j%; Opj^^ ;;  ''���������'.'.' Cji fa frequently asseriedttjiat the gold mines  of Cariboo -have been.exhanstedbf their trea-  mires, and thatnew discoveries are necessary  X'"- id the^ maihlehance of the vitality which; the-:.  V   raining section has imparted tb the life of the  ; f- ppIbhy^;'Kew; mines half as rich as; those; pf  iijCariboo w oil Id heai vpry; Wei com e; addi tipri:  to the iud us trial resources^pflhe colony^nnd;  % that a iich ;dp; ex is t i n^ British Coi'j i j mb iais i aiiiy  presumable from ^hat';|$';kiioW^"or the. .pbunr  '' try.   Excep t that I t* presents > the * a ppfea ra nee  ���������of a gold-bearing Cou n fry,-ana that: prpsriects  ; of the: p reci otis m etal ii a ve been\ fo u n tl b v a  few ndvenjtarmia rirosi3ectors^aud explorers*  ... /little is knownXof the territory f&f few: miles  ' east of Will lata creek and bounded by Fraser  and  Columbia river, as  regards   practical  ���������    demonstrationv "feiifc;- its^eneral forma tion is  iff; '..thaJ^Qf. ii gold-;JBOiiiijirir^ii :-Bjit.^e liayie --b������en ac-  .' *   enstomed to see in ines so rich in (jar ibob that  ii n less a numb er, of c I ai ms 1 i ke the Ligh th irig  ;   claim on Lightning; le reek jbef yielding large-  amounts" of gold in IheSamemontir or season/  :��������� f itJs fjBaredrand asserted: fMt Cariboo is iuSed  ,   dp. , The richness of the mines bns-'also hitherto cpnfined^tbb; a|te^tion.pf miners to  country of which ^  X vtaius are ,the summits,' and hence: our limited  ���������* ���������������������������-���������' know ledge of the country over three days'  r- Journey from those golden spires:   The min-  ,    eriyl' deposits of.paiibop are not ye fc at the  ������p<'first.:stajsetof^cxhauslibn;; Only?t& easily-  worjee^, placer/ d^osits^and; channels have  ^TTl^^T^qjT^ ,:has been:  done  to  ascertain-the   value of the quartz  ...      reefs. < The Meadows are^stillintbeir prirark  " ^_'.Uivev glory, \ and tlie * rich lead1 ^i^Liglitbiug'j  v v - ?;creek; has^ yet to betf raced,t?tlydrauIlc^miri-  ��������� CklkbratlONr^he .'���������:': Newg -West mi asteriah>  eel eb rated: t h e '_.CJif ieen *s'. Bi r th d ay in g ra nd  style.: The:pipgramme included horsf'-raciug.  a royal; salutej;.-;a- yacht race, a sailing-bpat  ra;ce, sixteen;gainpsi'and athJetic'sppri&f;foiir  boys' races, fo ii r teen Indian' |pp r t? a n d c anbe  races,, a. publici dinner���������and5/a ,lunch at,tile  jGo lb nial Hotel j sfeven more Indian, canoe  races, ten boat races, balloon ascents, Ann t  SaUyand ^ variety^dfofhersports.;;:ioptain  Jrving;teudered. the use' og,his steamer'; On-;  ward for the aCbommodatlbh of the setllejs  pii; Fraser river/!^Prizes-ranging from $30 to-  $1 were give;i to all of the abovesportsi The  'first'prize in the hoys',races :was":won by;��������� G.  Vignolai^bn of Mr Vignola^cifBarlcerVille;  '��������� ' Bickf-t-Thoi markpt;;is:fngain\ siipp 1 ied; with  beef, fr o m liar per Brps.' s to cfe/ several "head  baving been d riveh in 6 h Thnrsday.     ,        ���������  XX  ii ��������� :   X  ��������� X^EWi AOVERTISI^rEKTS.  Editor ^KNTiNkr^-rrTbere ;seem^; to-be note i ng d pi ng fo r t ji p celeb rati b ri .of l)o in in I pi i  and .Independence days.   Prpba bly the dull  t i in es Ii a ve dul I editli e h ppe ti te fo r - rec r en tion,  and as the-;Wb days- cpine so cl.osely;, together,  ;tbe prospect, for two calif for subscriptions  ltiay; increase^ the ^apathy/" ?twpril(l snjrgest.  theremre,Uhatall should tinJte'anH;Icelebrai������;  both days at' onceW By^ so doing a gnod list  ;pf sports miglilUie iir^abged.' which* won I d at  tract- miiiers from Mhe| outside' creeks and the  people ;0.n3the road.    Le), Us drive/duil cai^"  away by laughing'stilL;'"       "���������{'���������' ^   f"~t'"  1 :���������'���������'-���������.. V '/-; /; h ;aCossiof|olitaW:  tfiS BUSINESS- NOTICKB. t  ��������� fi-f.V-ifii-t fl'  '-'ing/disdburaged by the past, twoldry sum-  ������    mers, has not had a fair trial/;"Want{dt"cnp-  .,vital  for the intr^dticUen^^  and thelcbnstriicliQn^/of wiiter wjorks is the  .causei of the prescntVunpTOdnctiveness.   As^  1 quale  to 'the Jask  of "developing 4he;"deep  channels, slich'as thiit of fhelMeadSws, al-  v, though the success, of "the Lightning company  p furnishes a notable excejKion^ a nd' encpnr^  ;���������", ajges^the hope; that .even with the limited re-  r eburxes a'^present command the difificulties  v connected with tlie-thbroiigh^developraeiit of*  Cariboo may bp surel^ though slowly ^joverr  n    Come.   Our mineraL resources, a re yet abiui  d Hit, but Caribooos, in com pa rispnfw ith other  gold-mining countries,. differently arid-unfa  vprably cirbdmstahced|for 'the nieans of developments    It; has ������"no  large and ^weal thy  communities like ^aal, Fran Cisco   aridV Mel-  ������������������  bourne in whiph iplopk frirpepimtary aid and  ���������M4^"c'o^epafton^^^^ iatbr? Austral ia-a"  rich strike like that of tlie Lightiiing^com-  j)any would > at once e ril is M he sympathy and  .������������������';. ^sibtance of 'capitalists Tlor 'the o(her. s|rug;  :,    ���������   gliiig^cpmpanies ;on Lightning creek. ^-0  >v- 5 ;.nunin^.laws..a^  no repelling cause jfbr iiiyestment of capital;  tut no ;eflprt;i3,: m ad e, ��������� rib r n.re the re, an y: i ;i ter^  mediate public spiri Is -between; the capital is j,  and the miner, to bring; capitaf into the coun-  %ry.   Nearly all-the notables, of tlie cblpny  {,nr?: ������nS:������ged in pblitical matters.   Nor is' this  a special complaint in belialf of Cariboo  alone.   Our mineral.resources are broadcast,  in every section.of the colony, arid in almost  any other country would become the subject  of greatest interest.   Our isolation, the isolation6f the entire colony, is one great cause  of \be slow condition of things *genentlly: in  British Columbia, bnt ii* cooped and cornored  position is made aggravati.igly worse than it  should be by the. ignorance abroad, bf its ca*  pacity; and ^resources for the absorpiton of  labor' arid profitable employment of capital.  That it will;: and; at no distaut'time, become  a source of attraction-to both, in due proportion; to its.natu ral weal th. no one d on b ts wh o  knows anything about (he colony, but in the  meanwhile it rests like a naturally rich es  tate, which woiiid yield a hundred-^told if its  owner would exert himself to procure the  .means of putting it into thorough working-  condition. :..,.. ���������    -, : .     ������  ^TheGreatJFa^iily^ At|a:icine crthe Agel  ��������� - THIRTY :^EAR3-:  berore. fits popularity ^ is "pot, confined; to th is country,  alqnc ; nU pvvrl UiG wori'lits; benefici.il effects In  ;curiiig the *��������� -'HTs that:flcsh is"������������������lie������ri*t6J,-,,:alrdl acknowl-  e:lgoil and appr.'ciiitcd, and a.s a pAi.v ittLrEJtits iam'1  is 1 fmitod to no &^in].ry-n sect nor race. It needs ,o'n ly  to ho kh*������wn- to bt> priz^il. ; '  THiRty tyKA������s is c^rt'tinlyia.; l^>ng^ orioiigh^titi  1 r<. * v o-1 h e e f fi & i c y' of inn ylm otl i ci ii o^'ain. 'lib: it it h c  nie. to  e:PAi-v  byail.DriJggi'sts.'-v  ... ���������: pirecth>ii3. ticcompiipy each hot tic. ���������"������������������/',- V'  :^JeH\  ^EW; ADVERTTSJEalENTSa;  ^o^;SaXe;-:pr; t&Jjetyttp  -.1   BO AR-DiNG 'HOUSE,; Fit uate at the headbf Stout  J\   .G u 1 c h, : til nijshecl;, with  Rri age rin^ 1 every th ing  necessary Tor the business.  '*:="���������? -Apply, to  "joiTt'r.^���������"  .Ti-rms mo.'.ler:������te-  .. ' .���������'������������������.''���������-':���������;.; ^Burkervjlle.'::  \--$[-Tp<>r*$ 'Xiip  ������: GO������Wl^ fi  \ '     : .N.-   .  KICnFIBLD, \.     '\   ;',; \X f  Tli o property, of E. Cranci ii I. , AppI v to'.-':. '.f  jellff-      ���������-ftyPX-- X}X���������:,������������������ ja>ie.?^ckham.;��������� 1 *  Caribcto! Literarv* Instittite  rpHR ;RR^TlING -RbpSl :AND^LIBRARY��������� ������re now  .1. h.'brited iu the ,robui&; m;'xl doorfebelow -tho: old.  stand, -and... ��������� f ���������.- $$$>��������� ;V'.: -'   ��������� -./ -    ���������  THE   RURSCRT1?TT0N ^A^^  i>ucei> tov"$3 TOR:;:guARTER.  ;:;  Jup^lO^lSTO^     ;,  ^a6H>J;BpWR0N-  Iiibrarian.  LUMBER!  BER !  ITESSRS.; MEAQHAM ,ft>NASONvnre pfrp irod to  ill:;. Curit te Iv Ltmi b c r at. th clr ��������� '��������� M j lis,  Will Litii Creek;  or deliver,it to order. _y     .  v.-f������.;.'- ,  LUMBER DELIVERED ; ON  MGnTNI^G  CREEK; AT THE SAME RATES ASfON  '  william greek! ^ v   ; ll( :p \    '  "la-Haying:'.a/Plan 1%^ST:ic?nn>:jnopftraUon"they will  nlep.-runiisli prePSftd,.;Ti.iimhep. at .s-itisf������ ctory. r;������tes., ���������;  .'\::Piarid;d,Lutiaber and-iSl)ih������les coiistahlly on hand.:  iOST EvilYTHIIG"  ^���������fX>t:THQ.&X<m  Seqpri#-Kaild; Storey  ;    -, -��������� ,.,.. i;   .-   BAR^ KUriLLE., ; " '   jell, f  j. :BARKERyilXE;B.G.;"w t    .  .  ; r ��������� DEAXfcl?9 IN AliLi KIXD3  OF^-   '���������'   ' ,-'',  ries, I^rGyisioiis^   <  ,-CIGARg, TOBACCO, &CM&C.  t^prders from outlying Creeks promptly attended  to. ..-.   -��������� ,'" !- -V.'. "������������������   ���������' -." - ���������;,  ... ..;���������.���������.,- ��������� i .':  .  HYDRAULIO HdsF  STR ON;(^;Ak^.;^)EAThJ :M^h  ORDERS left at >Ir ^���������ufoitier'i or W*r,IX'  ��������� lierfs Rich field, -will bei* promiuv ������t^8 3  and than^fully^eceived^���������/ *e f. :*?$*������ ".^tended  je4im���������-.-     .   ,; :.;ft     ^>fAnderson  COMMISSJON MERCHANTS anhI  .:.: GENERAL .DEALERS ^L  v -./'.'��������� '*-  groceries;  ��������� ��������� JProvis^  or  m  T n< B, ; C E; I. B BRA T K D  i AS*. P^ irti cula r a tto n tion .pal d to Cons J en m *;,���������;  Country i'matii;o;r ���������'���������:'.��������� ;-f ���������������������������'��������� ���������'"?��������� '-������������������>'-; .*' "n.43  fftf.fW.O<'Tli*<S::E  1 IX pa rt I es d esi rpu s of oi) ttiini n k- copies of 1  IX,. prkscriftions, or -of.hii yi \\g.'. the s't me rcfi  I..will lak'p . copic'ti .of.;the fthove with m<j arid  up the orlgina 1 *-1 ill my. return in t h 6 fal 1 r   :! ;���������--:  ���������.-I will.;.alsb;'tfike"it sf'K^tlotXpr'ijrHtrf', Patent M  cln es, a nd.; various f ch (a s^ii> i table ff - r XT ih: r>������..-;  ^During'my ubsenqe^l.hop^>tny^rlpn'is wiirnoi  pet'.that I have,a.Iur^eaiv 1. c1)o.icQ AssertnH-ritof  tent;ModIclneg at the 'Ohi Siaii^.here, -whi^h they,  obtaiu-at reasonable^rat'es'. ff ' ~ fj " ":  ��������� parties.owing, small accounts will pleas^cnll  settle the same. '  J-   '���������:���������.' :r : ^JAS^^-^A'XTOlt  -^:irlnjrrritffniarch 18, 1870. ��������� -0 -  '      '  w  iiil9[  'he  :  ST0RAGE  &  COMMISSldiSI.  H^vjnjr .added consi-ieral^Iy to their *premis������^s, Ta &  B.. are prepired ,to rec-ive cargoes of MerclianSfce on  ^torage-a'itd Coram ^si'>n,.;':v ���������">."'- f'f'f'- ;~ .-���������  . >  ' tiS=������. All CiJUSignmV-jits;;frnm l]\o A->ricultural Districts will .receive;, the. strictest attention., i~ ������������������  ;'      .       B A R K E R YIL hi,   \'J "  jell 3m'���������;���������������������������>'���������   . :    '^(Opposite tbe Po^t:Office.) f.  THE FE?TrVAT/OF.ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST,  Fri d* v. 2itli of: Jun e, w i 11, be- ceh-l\rh ted by  CA RIBOO LO 1)G E, Ni j . 4i39.. F.: k X. M. .  The Installation of the Officers for the en-  sui ri.? yea r will take pla ce a t Th roe' 0 Jch ������ck. IVH;  ; .All sejou rn' ni? brc threii in good standi ng'.;-' are. i h-  yited to attend... .    ,; ~ j/jell  THE   CARIBOO    AMATEURS  Announce that they-u-ill perforin on  Satnrday Eyetfg, JnnelS,  To cominenco with  the humors and entertaininl  - ��������� .���������   Cornumctu, entitled      ' S  The Lottery Ticket.  McholigCapias  T  Q m,  Wornnvood (liis Cl^rk)   '    "��������� {;  ���������   n"mPson  Mr^ CorsH (a Millinr-rt /Z "���������-f,.!1KB;."Smith  Susan (a Jtaid of all work) Z:;;.* fw^^wn  '  * wroncowiiion  Ctmcludiuj with the petite comb-ly'-of . ".  A SUIT OF TWEEDS'������  Lionel Loara 11  ,1# -. ^    .   _, .   K. A. Brown.  rpHE undcrsiped havinir houirht out theNewPphprr  : 1     misini'ss hitiHTi-o carried on hv Messrs ��������� Cluto &  Jiajty, is -iinw pr--p<i red to su|?pi y .'u 11  Kgwspanors,  ���������JnrelKn and Colonial, Magazines,. Periodical J, '&c.  &c, uiany oi tl������em .;���������-:...-,:-'..-/���������..-���������;. .-..-������������������������     .  ;  AT   R E p xjC.e DV^^Tb'HM'.  Always on ban d, a stock ofall.kjndspf,;:  ���������:'��������� ".'��������� STATIONERY, .BOOKS/:&c.i -    ':  L A T ES T  NO V ��������� E L S  OFT IIE DA Y.  .-.,���������'��������� ���������Atso-~;.-.:';.'���������'   ���������-,' ���������.;.���������/;:''  J?^1Cf ������hl-^; '^W Vi<'n" adulter Strings, Bhink  ? I1'?1 .r?nw-in':1,!ri   B'K?k^ ..School ..Books,  Toys  Wiitch Ghtsses.an ! Hands' fitted.   ���������:: .-,-;? ":���������*-  ���������������S" Dn riesfor 1S70.   tm������ Subscriptions for papers  nust be m advance. .  a B. MURRAY",  Front street. Now Westminster.  Je4im '  rau  : :BedTictio#;in'-Fr  THR RATKS OF FRF.IQHT FRpy gppA CREEK TO  ,:';;Qu^hclmoutiron"tho;':^|^^/V;^ X-ff.fl-If  :.���������;���������      S TEA ME R' ^VIC T-0 RI A  > ; Will in future he'       ,  P N E   C E. NT    P E R    POUND,  .;.. "     PASSAGE,  ...C- ..-   $5,'      -"  , The - und eisign ed will h erenf tor hep n-parcd to re-  ceive goods : nt SodaTCreek.-,a'h"'d>. TaTvfnrifi' thorn if  Whiwm,,nr Pick Tr'Jinsi to^VVilllams:-i"Creek ���������at:',rtk  LOWEST, RATES OF FREIGI1T,,;  FREE i^ROai DRAYAGB;!sTORAGE AND  '  ������������������   ';:'     -'^GOMMISSiOKS^-,-";' -  Collecting Freight upon JWiliiams Creek. .We re.'p^  fujlyask for consign meats; ��������� "tl-1'^       ',.. :-f ft--:  ��������� f   ; , r/v ^  JfARVIK & WRTGHt  ;. ^We-are hot-resp;oh������?lhie for. leakage of Ilui -p in tin.  ^ Spdu;Creek^ Mifyl4;' 1870;:; 'f ;..��������������������������� :f ; '���������.' . my28t'J  Connecting with' Barnanrs'and Wells, F^rjoplil^Mfr <  -.-   ^���������.-.���������:     ;:  l&Co^Ekpr^9:f; :; ^^������be  TT7ILT,:LEAVE QUESXEr/lioufTf on'or about th  \y     15th of'every month tot Oil I SEGA.; .All Ex-  fee  .'.ry  urcss mit iter to b c forwarded tU rougi?.-Bernard'���������-������ Es  press to Qiiicsnclin"ulh.' 't'l      tflf-f        ���������'*"��������������������������� ?������  ., Until turthcr notice the charges will be'":���������For-Lot'  tere, $250each ;'Freight, $1 50 per Ib-i including  Barhan' 's Express clwVn^,:.^J./:_������������������^rv--'':^;L -rjf  - ^������i-Al lie iters must he; pre-pal d.  .Com missions' andf generai UuiJincss carefully .attended'' to.-. ���������..'���������-��������� -������������������'-.;���������   ;'��������� .f: ;���������;'-���������' f if ���������:  . myl4 tf- .; .-'. ���������;-��������� ;,;;       Iff-1 <flRt L": iLAMONT.--  M.D.S.,  And   d en t ist,  [T AS^REMO^ED TO BARKERVIIXE, n--' 'l? r<>  i I pi red'to treat all kinds of :dlss������ase .n������������" ".-"-:j*j  DENT13TRV in all its dim-rfnt bra holies in '?;;��������� u������'*'-  est and best style.; T^eth iilhvt-wlr.h pure^-������������������dac-.!  Silver; also, False Teeth put in on GoM p;..f",- ^-5  i?: "i:i  For Sale.  0Nt>Rj5r\L,1r'Jntnr05;t'ln M)C well-known ������ ANTELOPE  U UKSTAURA VT." in n.rkfrville. Forparicukr/  apply to Mr. JOHN DAI.Y, ������n the premises. '  my2S lm  tt  5011  .  k. A. Browi:  Pick Wurz^ll.... E. Pearson  01.1 Barker>V*��������� ��������� ��������� - ���������������������������������. H. McDerojn  Caroline....-..;....  ��������� Florence Wil,  Susan (nor Maid) ..............Mrs Parker  JOSg* Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock'. Perform*  a n c e to co m m e n c e a t 8 o' c 10c k.  Admission $1 00.   Reserved Seats, SI 50.  Tickets may be had.on amplication to W. ^Powell,  Esq-:, Barkerville.        "   -^  For Sale,  ri.sgo Shod.   For particulars .apply to "  XI. It.  BROWN,  Barkerville.  my 21 lm  ���������t ���������  YATES STIIEET, VI(ITQfilA.;v:i.  '��������� my7 otQ  upon piviits on oW st u mps- or portions 0f��������� t;; ���������>���������  which very often remain quito.^ound in th- w*���������  after the tops are gone, ami tliis is the bos* ���������'>;"'  a n y pe rsi ������n to It a ve. la lso teeth, as.th< ������y f.������ r<1 r ';;  moved for the purpose of cleaning like those-; upon  plate, ami are p ������rl'������:cily n������turil to;the mouth ouJ  tuu/ruo, ns much so us |.he orijpna) teeth w������re.  I 'ar ti rn w I > 0 h :\ ve got sou n ��������� I teeth w o a I; I do well lo  call and have them cleaned, tlms avi^ing I������4fl������  them as others have done through th^ Injurious ellVcts  of w 11 a t is call ed tartnr. consist i np of su Ii v*������ry {mueu'l  animal matter and phosphate of Jhrie, wluelnmcrusts  the teeth with a dark scale, loosens the ������jums, continues down, to the bones, loosens the teeth ana  causes them to fall out without being decayed,  jOST Teeth crxtr-icled in the very host way know.  Charges m od e ra to    The b es t rcfe r< ��������� n c '.*s pi ve n, an?  all work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.  flS=.OFFICE���������Opposi te the. G ivernment Assay Offlco,  >ny21 BAttKEBVlLLE, ..      . -:       _J,  A. -GULMORBi" ~~~  IVI E RC H A H T T A!LQ Ri  YATES   STREET,   VTCTORrA,   VX,:  HAS ON HAND, and is constantly receiving,.;  large  assortment of  CLOTHS,   CASSIMEllwand Testings, which ho is prepared to make to order  in the most approved styles. !'  Parties on. William Creek can have tlreir measure*  .taken by Mr. McCallum, Barkerville. AtlA  %&��������� All orders from Cariboo promptly attend  *������..: ���������'���������:-..: ;���������'��������� f   ������������������' ' .���������.,:������������������      roy2ie������.  ac  m  m  i  freo  ftan  irou  K  lay  I  P.  m  m-  SngWDg  mumon  /.���������������������������������������������M. lit  111  mm  W  HJHWHCIB  THE CARIBOO SENTIML  Francis y  ."tteiided  ���������DERSOv;  urtz,  rs and!  IS i"  a,nd  iuorsi  gnihrtaifj  .vM.3m  ������les oriiiffl  mp refilled  ing." fi������rih||  toopuaa'  ng and togl  i tent. Medil  vill not fn  ri<'riioM������j|  >h tlicy^ij  sc'call aifl  '���������- ���������", ��������� ,'.-: ^MINING INTELLlGiSNCE;^ -  J ?  /.^j,       -TOiUM CBBBE..       '..'���������   ( ,.  The f reshe t (111 ri ng V th e week in terni p ted  the work of; seyt^al. of 'the}; hy^  paniesby breaking; ditche$f&cf:rfheijp\(l;  H i U coin p an y Ii a ve groiiii d -si uiced and pfpe d  .'off about fifty 'feet from the creek for a cut'  into the-.hill 'in vseiirch;- of' the blue channel  which ;ia exposed in the San Juan- cjiiim; 'The  ���������success of Mi is ^pmpari^- will; pt^bablyiiead  to further pruspectinw at. 'th^-'^������^fnTrtbe  * reek, wh ere'fyefy* 11/tl e,; work h as b e'eii done  f late years.   Some Chinamen working, at  [the head,of the canyon say they are niabing  [$ l.G fnev: d ay. .-) Be 1 p w -1 he ca������vy b ri,;'ve (*y lit tie  rork h as1 been ��������� di ine!' fhU ; week -,b wi hg to the  ighriiu of water;:iti' the! crebk^-i ��������� The Barkor  o.( have com mem bed to ; o p en out fro ni t hei r  e w sh a ft, - a ri d; i n te n d drift j n g to wai-d y tW Jefi  i Hi: -Tho Sehpottiac co^^grbji nd-siiiicihg, jtist  boye; the Morning- Star rent;-f are;- making  a'ibs; ^The "Fb^st Rose ;<yielded 41 oz. last  eek.;,; Th e .Ale rt f pp. h ay 6; co m i neri ce.d; wo r k  In iljeBbrealis'-tutineli^ The;Gariboo cp. have  jeep m me n cedon e r a tion si-t- The Hi 1) e Hi i a c p.;  avjhg bottomed them-sliaffcalprij^^  ress ^^e^are drif^ih^7iinder- the; street.- ff't.  'i������il9tf.  CREf.lt"T{l!  irorT. to r*-f  ^ thorn If |  2k :-at''ttot  3E AKDl  fo re^p^cVI  'RIGHT,  ii-.'s. fn.do.  niviSti  ss^M  .inciudiujPM  tfullyj^lB  '   ,-��������� " - .    *      , CONKI.IX GULCtf.    ";  ;���������   ������ J : '   '.; '  The- companiespnf tjjis^gulch: are;a)I busy;  pit ve ry I lute- gpl d* is ��������� bei h g tit ice n out. The  rh!te ;> Pine =.';co;,. "are "prospecting.'.; - The^ Felix  >. are, sinking a riewjshaft^ The McDowell  v. a re pre pa r i it g to - wo r k the up tier; paui:t o f:  Mi' ground. The:^ew Almadi-n co^are run-  ]ng up stream for be 1 rock/and ^etting'"-'''eo>  inriiging prospects. The* Indian Queen co.  >t oyer-w'-xgeiiJor-the^'week'. The Renfrew  l<are In :with^hejrjjilttlVnjafil^about^&Q -feetr  ieHboriejStitr co^are ,:;about;' 'toV;^sink a o.Und  [aft. The R^ad co. are running up stream;  j\feW smaller co. ?s a re, working."       _'. u ;  t-      '    /   ,    I,r STOUT GULCH/ '.;/���������' :'1.i- - - :-r .  ^The, ^afFyale;;coy w^liqdru ^iSiolzifafet week  |(l 2 i oz ��������� 6 ni, \Ved ti es (1 ay "Tast,: The Jen k i as  got over, 100 bz,< last week. f.  u; ^ i M-AitTuun's ������������������ GOLGir.,  ,.    , ;,',', "��������� ���������  ? h e JM"u hyi rig co".r h a ve co mm e;n ced hy d rau-  hig'i and haVe,go^^pr^spt'C]sIn1'sight.::-/  f  :1 ��������� .'���������   "LOWUEK CttEHK,  Iheyictprja co. are prettinginto goodJpay,  n n$ tak������ ti on t a bo u t 36 oz. 1 ast wt;ek.  The  |wu,cO.Hare^"hydrah)icing!to^^kt:a|acp ojb  1r ground fin; the -pur^se^  Jwater falls in the J3i"eek;; The /Keliy* co7  14������l oing ; ^'i^w|H!;l-V?/*ifeV-pipi  w:r*nj������'j .MvftiS'rPJ.lrtife; r^p ui i yio;:. T,h <i> R i i. sse IJX  ler'tson-en.-started^shiift, ��������� buit: the;sn'rface  ) a ge ���������; Wa:f. tbb '��������� m u ch pfo il I h e in... -The; Gal if r  is '-'co.'-haVe b erfu }; trou h led;v wi tb ��������� ~}kn i;' old  fe, bi11 expect ;to do well on.--p^assiug:it. f:  j-:- : "���������i' ':;.. ���������: EUKxciii orkek:. - ��������� -.. ��������� ��������� i-^ ���������.. -';,  he Ambrose. ftOr.;aWHm^ing'ajiead/witb  r tti hhel, f -The Co?mbpo jitan-. co.-,-baying  :b ed rock on; the easjt sb 1 e pf: their tu h n el.  been:ru'Uaing;tip urid across theehannel  jcertain its"width arid get-into^'tliedeenijst  !.' The;^or|lLA!tiiiencan;^-exp^  ja'c.hbeiiiOck:'in-;theie tunneLl t'f-slhXXX ]  G ROUS B: CREEK.- ���������:; ^-^ ���������"'"''.' 't'  ; ;,;���������;���������/.      ; ] ��������� bbogs (town. ;  The Welsh co. made wages for the week.  pffiA: ������������������: ���������-;. ���������-.'-';'' ;-:;iipsQuiTd''cREKk. ���������.���������������������������:���������;  -.���������������������������The;Discoyery ware sinking a shaft; ^ The  Hoiman and Jeffree! co.'s are making aboiit  wages; the Willow co. small wages, and the  Minnehaha co.;from $3 to. $5, per day to the  hand; (Tlie True Bald head eo, are ground-  sluicing above the Jeffree claim prospecting  for quartz.     \;:---. '"::-lrt'ft'': -X '  ���������'���������>';';: -Pt:: ft:   ��������� :��������� ;'iu5D gulclt. ;.' v \-'.-���������,;,:;',fC ���������; f;.,':;  ^The Alabama cb. are sinking a shaft. 5v;  company engaged in gronndsluicing at the  head of the gulch are making small wages.; '  :���������������������������'-X-���������;IXff.Xft* ^'wuipsaw QVLGUf ..-;;;:C:* 0X']-X'r-  . The Conn nbda op. are gro u nd-slu icing * and;  anticipate gbbdC results. ��������� A. company, at tlie.  lf>wer part of the gulch are about to run a  tunnel.. >' :-'-:\ '��������� -\* -;'     f'f l.-; ���������;   t>  *"f-f-  Xfft "��������� '���������:r-ff xionfxirxG gjibek.'���������'-?, ':i-ff:X:f'{''  ,The, Lightning;co. washed up 130 oz.for two  and a half days last,week. ������������������'f:'fi  ������������������f:fX4^*\ ;:';.4 :..--sugar;CREEK.f.-:-���������';';.-.���������;���������/''������������������ ������������������������������������:;\ \  Foifrteen" ChiriamenS are, working- on this  ere e k, w hich y ields from $3 to So per a ay, for'  open work. One company say ' they are  making $4"per day.-; \'.-, . ���������'\ '"'  MINI'NGiR^OORbS.-  : ��������� , ( " :' -*:.:rWauAM creek.;"; ;r   .    ~ :. ��������� \.  Rip Van Winkle do ���������May ."^1���������j. J. Cow-  iey;;��������� E; pearso n, A If red Lew is. an d ^Vm. Ren>  nie. 101) feet on the eastsicle fronting ; on the;  .back- line ,of ,]the :McK<*nny;; co.'s ground and  iunnipg.'^ack x506->fe  easterjyiside-line stakes'of-th.fe;Rip:V'an\V;inkle^  co. 'Also 30j|);f^tir6������n;ii%..oyi\t.up^.. back line  .of-,the.;New Aurora ep:,svgrotinct-and running  along the south and easterly side of ..stokes of  the JRi p^i V"an ��������� WinjdeJc^J^  l^nniOTlj^f^ijDlieTiIII-tt?! iv .all fou r: h il 1 cltd ins, .to  be forked as - part:; of the Rip VjaiiWinkl.e,  ground^",'::X������Z% --.������:tffit. l������ fff    If,,'"-     ; ' f '��������� '&  June;?T^Ah TeeamV one hill claim on right  side, adjoining upper line of Ah Leeps'claim.  Goruish. cq.-t^Jli n.e.'7~Gr. *W: R<>binson. In  trus t fo r the Go n n sh c o;. two; h i 11 cl a i ms com-  mencing a1.1 o.wer 1 in*es of said com panjg and  running down stream 200 feet;r To be worked  as, pa rt of the Corn"i ish co��������� "a gron nd.��������� ���������  Alv'rt. co.~Jttne, l-~\Vni, Trelase, the Mq-  a), nes ;Cp te; grpti jVd^'SOJQ "feet,'; hill ~ claims. ���������:. Xjfo  lo well to  us ollVcis  ' (mucus)  encrusts  cCU and  I.  known-  ���������en, and  Ett.  iy Ofllce,  slving,.;  to otto  ������������������ ���������       J.'  ittcn^d  ,'2X W.  is creek; nowfpresents af more agreeable  ct than- it-^d id at this time last year, owing  e p rese n$ a nd" p rosp ec tive: ;< ab* i inda n ce of  v, a nd the v.a ri i \ us/co m panies sire cli eer fill  i������ prospect ��������� of fpsuccessfiii season. The  t .Bend and :FjJ'l1 Rigged co.Ts have goj  li xed ��������� tophyd vaii\i ci ng and grou n d:sl 11 ie\  and are bringing "down the gravel bank  pod style, iThe/McWha co., wo,rkiug.in  \ te", El iiihe cb.'s grpufedj bxeijnakitig fro/tii  $10 per day^tp^the liaud. The Baker  paroline.cb.'s are grbund-sluicing. The  fail e co. a re p re p ar ing to : h yd rati j ic, and  j good-lrioldng channel in sight. Th4  |flo Off have been laying a Bum^^e. aiid are  et prepared ibr the season's.work. The  1 Spring,;co^;are groiind-sluicing. The  ���������ff^ese companies .have laid two very long  Mies and are gronnd-sluicing.- It,is said  ^^p^are doing well. The Ottawa Co., who  |8Bv itinning a tunnel, are waiting till the  .iffi^r decreases.  CDNKINGHAM CREEK.  Sjljee companies are working on this creek  .iSStiinnish. the Draper and the Van Sickle,  iiSilfrouad-sluicing. ������������������������������������''';   ���������'..'.',  '  GRUB GULCH*.  Neosho.co. are sluicing and making $10  |ay lo the hand.   They have a channel of  gravel forty ' fee^ wide an d fi ve feet  "Kunderneath which is a stratum of red  fl two feet deep.  'vVv^.HARVET'CREEK,   f ff '  t Minnehaha co.  got their machinery  w last week.   The Poin fc .coi are p ros-;  ;.   Laidlaw & co: are ground sluicing.  EEITHLET. CREEK.  ^I^Jng to the freshet very, little has been  IpB?n this creeK'lately.  I   be worked by Jilie AlnrtV.co'.^- ^:-  ��������� Eorest Rose co.-^June 9*-��������� RobertDvmkail.  in trust;for tli6 Forest Rose-.eov. all thei water  frpnrSiar'gnlclioa ^t^^lde^dif^iiiii^ot^eki  Re record.. ._���������, .. ' , . , ...,."-' if;  .-��������� Fo rest". Rose co.���������- Ju no 9*-LT.-'.L; B i-iggs, in  trust*jpr the ^Forest Rose sco.f -all the. water  from French' creek. ���������, -. >     ������  ���������������������������    \ .'   1  Oiilifpruia~c&rr3"illjjfr'9.^H'an|.Q^fl^;���������, IbrVtlie  California bol; 'Willianv creek. .50 -inches . of  water, to be taken from Walker's giilch.   "'"������������������'������������������-���������  ��������� ���������.    f \  f.f    ���������  MCULLUil's GULCH.  < .   '   ���������/'  June  3���������Ah: 'Liing,���������., Ah Sing,, twp.creek  clainis adjoinirig the upper line of Ah Sigti's  claim."'   ;', .";'flyv;,-.;"'_." v- - _ . -"'���������'; ���������-;���������';;���������;  ,.:>.. it::-'���������:-.,... ���������/��������� perein?s'gulch.  June 4���������Recorded;in fa vor-of Ah Cow,and  Ah Sing two creek claims:{poaimencing>at- the  in On Mi of ..sal d 'c reek at Lig htni n g creek,' an d  running up stream 200 feet.: 1 __������������������.-.;    ---- ��������� -f  - June' 4^^Ah Mate and Ah You two creek  claims near an old house, situate about a mile  above Ah Cow's claims.  jJtfU c;'" ''-'.'./LTGHTNING;-CREEK. .";;:"  ,^fXf-f j  I:Van Winkled"MonthJcdl���������Jime'C���������$��������� Hii-  iings, Jas. : Wick ham,: J. F. Roberts,?: JVvIJiu-;  shane. four creek claims, commencinariat: the  lower end of Sewell's corrall, Van Winkle, on.  Lightning creek, running up:stream. 400; feet;  to tlie;moiitb of Van Winkle creek. -  ���������. Dual co���������June 7-rQeo. Murdoch and, AI  Joh ns.tone, two hill cl aims (wi th the righ t to!  mark off two discovery claims to be gran ted-  by the Gold Commissioher wheri gold is  fou ml) begi nning at. a slake on the tipper  point at the junction, of Eagle gnIchwitli,  Lightning creek, with a base line of 400 feet  oh Lightning creek, the upper'side line running at about right angles to the base line  back to. the summit of the hill, (he lower side  line beginning on the point aud running tip.  Eagle gulch for about 200 feet, and running  back to the summit of the hill. To be known  as the Dual co.  GltOUSE CREEK.  McWha co.���������June.2���������Wm. Ralph and Day id  Robertson each one interest in theMcWba-  co.. lately held by T; McNeil and A. Mc\Vha;  Mount Pleasant Ditch���������June 2���������A. McAim-  den. 50 inches water, to be taken at the head  of Mo ant' Pleasan t co.'s di tch.  ' Woodstock co.���������June 4���������Jas Laidlaw, T,  R. Pattullo, T. Elwyn, FrankTrevor and J. P.  Taylor, five full interests.   Re-record.  Ontario co.���������Oliver Hare, G. Johnson,each  one and one-half interests;. Geo. Montgomery,  one and one-quarter interests; Robfe. Watson,  one and three-quarters interests.   Re-records.  Rocky Point co.���������June 6���������J. J. Cowley  100 feet,,creek claim adjoining the upper lines  of the Salt Spring co. ���������  .;,:;���������; COULTER CREEK.  -^Discovery cb.���������June 6���������John Bray. 100  feet, a. creek claim adjoining th^ upper line of  the Discovery co. To be worked as part of  thei'Pisco very claim.  ������������������'-.' iiAi;y y CREEK.  .  ^'Jiine 3���������Jas. Siyewright and T. II. Car-  stehs each two interests iu the Point co. Re-  recprds.  lt\>?���������'-.-'���������.. CALrFORNfA   CREEK.  :; Ross co.^June 9���������T; W. Conant, one Inter-  est.;-;.:--       .:..���������'.������������������-  ; ARpss co.���������Juno 9r~Cling. Grant, one inter-  enC-adjoining the upper lines of said company  and preempted this spring.  ]'-fff;X L0W1IEE CREEK.  Brown co.���������June 9--C. Strouss. one and  on^-fourth interest; W. R. Jones, one interest ; E. D. .Price, three-fourths of one-inte:e's ;  John C McLean. A.CIotworthy. John Sander-  Bori, A. McPherson, Thos. Hughes, and John  Pplineie, each one-half of one interest in the  Brown co., held in six interests and containing 12G0 teet. being a re-record of Brown co.  and of Vang ban-Sweeny co..  i;;lT;will be noticed by advertisement that  Messrs! Meacham & Nason' offer to supply ana"  deliver lumber to miners and others oh Lightning'���������''Greek at the same rates as on TVilll m  Cre'ekl" "���������" :  '������iAy ,Ge:naman fel I ini o the Wil 11am Creek  il iihie b n Wed nesday.. He ��������� was rap id I y.. car-  riedjdpwu by the .swollen creek, and wpulil  bavji^been drowned, or killed but for the  p rese'n ce o f; m i n d; o f Mr B c 11 ai r, of the. Wi Isc n  ,co^ who placed himself in the creek and rescue d Jy m. h ���������r::���������"��������� ~.���������" ~     ~     :    ~~"  "If Ltllookt CKLEBRATrov���������A Lillooet corres-  pondent says of tbe��������� Twenty-foitrth : " We had  a; - -.fevfy local. races.- . Ned Shahgs' hoist beat  Barron^s mare. Then followed three Indian  races. i;; A salute of 21 guns was fired at sun-  rise^nd another at sunset. Not a man in  town J;* tight- .Verily. Lillooet is falling off.  Tiinesi.sirt as they: used to was."  Express -Bernard'a express arrived at Brr-  Tceryillc on Sunday and left oil Monday night.  Four JCliioawomen and one Chinaman and a  JuU ; mail 11rrived. *.' By the doivn exprjs%  Messrs. L. G. .Coombs, W; Auams (of .Adams  & Pearcy). and Thos. Ilarding left for Yale,  aridvHon. IL M. Ball audi Mr John Wark for  iQucsnelmouth,  .  .Cariboo Amateurs ���������The Amateur Dramatic  corps i announce., another performance for  Sathrday evening next, June 18ib, and. have  selected for representation "A Suit of  Tweeds" and the "Lottery TickoU?' The  latter is a most entertaining and .instructive  comedy, liie various characters . are well  drawn, the dialogue is' well written and  abounds ia humor and suggestive inferences.  We are unacquai nted _with the..;first piece.  Tickets for reserved seats may be had on ap.  plication.to W. Powell, Esq., Bank of British  C )lumbia. - ft  A Family MemcrxE���������We. call the special  attention of our readers to the advertisements  of that favorite home remedy. Perry Davi.'  PAIN KILLER.   It has been before the pub-  lie over thirty years,, and probably has a  wider and better reputation than any other  proprietary hied ici ne of the present day.    At  this period there are  but few unacquainted  with the merits of the Prin Killer ; but while  some extol  it ns a liniment, they know but  little of its power in easing pain when taken  internally, while others use it internally with  great success, but are equally ignorant of its  healing virtues when applied externally.   We  therefore wish to say to all that it is equally  successful whether used internally pr externally, and(/t stands to-day, unrivalled by all  the great catalogue of Family Medicines.   It  -is.sufficient evidence of its virtues as a standard medicine, to know that it is now used in  all parts of the world and that its sale is constantly increasing.   No  curative agent has  had such wide-spread sale or given such universal satisfaction.   It is a purely vegetable  com pound, aud perfectly safe, even in unskilful hands.    ���������-. -' ���������"'" ���������    *  CoFEEK���������The Coffee prepared by WILLSON  & RICKMAN. Fort street, Victoria, has superseded all- other Coffee in the lower country.  It is manufactured from the very best raw'  coffee, and its superiority is attested by the  fact that wherever introduced it has become  the favorite beverage. *  Messrs. DeNouvion & Kurtz have just re*  ceived a supply, of fresh butter and eggs.  Brow.v's pack train of 41 animals (C.Boyle,  driver) U expected to arrive to-morrow with  a cargo of flour. .'...-.-  At a meeting of the Fire Brigade'on Thurs*  day last, it was resolved to send for 200 feet  of hose and several nozzles. Tho;Fire Wardens are D. ICurI'���������; E.Pearson and Jos. Denny.  Chance for a BargatW���������Mr T. Flefche1*  offers for sale or to let the boiiso lately occupied by Mr F. Rose, on Slbnt gulch, together with everything requisite for carrying  on a boarding house. -   :   !  Markets���������Eggs are retailing here at %\ 50  per dozen ; fresh butter at $1 per pound ;  and the wholesale price of colonial extra flour  tins fallen to $15 perhundred. Beef and  mutton are retailed at 20c io 25c.  Revknuk���������The receipts at the Government  office. Richfield, are averaging ubout'the same  amount as during the corresponding period  of last year. Should Omineca turn' out well  the receipts will be much larger. ,  Returned���������Among the many recent arrivals from the Statc3 and Canada we notice'  Mr E. Lennan, of the Felix cotnpnny, Conklin  gulch, who arrived on Thursday last. Mr L.  isa '58 miner,'and has been ;on a visit to .his  home in Georgia.'  Homeward Bound���������By the last express. Mr  W. Adams (of Adams.&,, Pearcy, Barkerville.)  took his^depiirtii re���������._,.Mr.A._bas:been7in-thi8"  colony for many years. ������nd as a business m:;:n  and citizen has earned the respect and esteem  of allwbo knew him.. t.       fXX'XXj  Fracas���������Two miners engaged in grpnnS-  sluicing at tbe.m6.utu[of Stout gi.lch dbagreed'  about tbe management of th^ir'claim, the  other day, and blows followed' words. Oni  of- them used a .pi ck and struck t ho" other en  tbe head, inflicting sevcral serious" blit not  fatal wounds. \: ���������  . ' Tub Road���������The snow. * has... disappeared  rapidIy from .the .road betwwn"l)aiicbryli)0"  ������nd Van Winkle, during the last fewduys.  It Is the intention of the district authorities to  cl ea r i t o i i t froni. th ei ca h y p rt n ear Jac k-o f ���������  Clubs creek so .that the regular road, tiaffio  for the season will soon set in. The . freshets  on Lightning creek have damaged the road  badly below Van Winkle, t tffpl  Tub Reading Room and Library of the  Cariboo Literary Institute will now be found  at the rooms adjoining the old stand. The  subscription has been reduced to S3 per quarter, and everything requisite for the enjoyment  of a leisure hour has been provided jn the'  new rooms.. Almost every village -in the  colony has its literary institute, and surely  Barkerville ought to support one.  Mr. L. G. Coombs, who left by the last express, was one of the lucky miners of Cm]-  boo, having held interests in the Coombs and  T.i ff pale claims, which have yielded so richly.  The Coombs claim alone yielded nearly  $ 14,000 dividends to the interestin six months  of last year. Mr C. realized a handsome competency in a short time, and now retires from  mining, in which he displayed considerable  sagacity and enterprise.  John Chinaman and Wages.���������Chinamen  have been discharged in many of the miniug  claims lately to make room for white men, na  the Celestials, having been accustomed to receiving S3 and $3 50 per day..as wages, are  unwilling to submit to a reduction. The consequence is that John has started'out prospecting in various parts of the district where  tie knows gold in quantities sufficient to pay  him something like wages is to be found, and  a great many new claims have been recorded  by Chinamen lately. It may be interesting to  miners to take noticeof the places where Chi-  nauien locate claims, for they frequently; find  very good diggings. - ���������. ft  Siemory presides over the past: FnuJl  Coffee over the present. The first lives in a  rich temple hung with glorious trophicsvami  lined with, tombs.; but Fell's Coffee has but  one shrine, and that is every breakfast table.'  Its aroma walks the earth like a spirit, and  can be found for sale at every respectable"  dealer's in British Columbia. Beware of  spuuous imitations. ti  *....  E  u Plebiscttitm."���������-As ��������� this worfl frequently  occurs in onr French dispatches, and may not  be understood by that portion-of our readers  who are unacquainted with the foreign tongue,  it may not be amiss.to.^explain its meaning, at  least  its general signification.    It is compounded of the-two-Latin words plebs, plebis,  people; and scitum, ah ordinance, and in  ancient times was used to designate a law or  ordinance made by the Roman plebeians or  commonalty, on tbe requisition of a Tribune  (a representative of the rights and interests  of the plebeians) without the concurrence of  the Senate or patricians.. As used now in  France, without any accurate knowledge on  the subject, wo presume it designates a constitution or bill of rights modifying the empire, to be  presented  by  the Emperor and  voted on by tho people without the intervention of the French Legislature.���������[American  Paper.    . .   . ��������� .  A Speakjxg Automaton.���������A German genius  has invented a speaking machine, which is  now on exhibition in Leipaic,and is a masterpiece of inventive/art.   It is in imitation of  all the parts of the human organs of speech,  executed in Indiarubber and.wood.   A keyboard played'like that of a piano, puts the  parts iu motion, while by a pedal and bellows  the,required air is sent through the wind pipe.  The keyboard has only fourteen keys, representing the sounds1 of a, byu,i; e, j. r, w, f, s,  b^g, d,sh ; other sounds of the alphabet are  p roduced by" th"e^mfe~moTement,-iind the - ad-  mission ;of more or less air;   Tbe sonnd3 of  m and 1 are prodnded by closing-the lips and  pressing the tongue against the roof of the  mouth,-etc.   The French nasal sounds are  produced; by a: separate contrivance.   The  f .. ���������*...- ...   . laughihgj it is said, sounds truly diabolical,  'baby���������a: gjrl���������at ifes.birth weighed seven and) an^ the crowing of a rooster very comica).  "ia.half pounds.  MISCELLANEOUS.   -.-  The Paris papers assure us positively that  the marriage of the Prince of Orange with  Princess Louise of England is Gxed for the  month of August. The Prince, who is heir  apparent of the King of the Netherlands and  ���������a prominent member of the Parisian Jockey  Club, is thirty years of age. The Princess is  twenty-two.  Direct steam communication between Eu-  ropo and Prince Edward Island has been inaugurated by. the. establishment of a regular  line of steamers.  Telegraphio communication with India is  now eo far perfect that electricity outstrips  tho course of the sun, as it frequently happens  .that messages transmitted from Calcutta at  ��������� noon to London are delivered by the Indo  "p European Telegraph Company at half-past  'ten am.  Paris consumes 208 000,000 worth of wine  annually, and yet only 112.000.000f. is the  value that enters the city from the outside,  Heuce p6\000,000f. worth must bo manufacs  tared there.- .;  This is something new under the sun.   The  inmates of the jail ia Pittsylvania county;  ' Va., have formed themselves into a moral as  sociation.. Among the articles in their creed  is one,/against'profane swearing,-the penalty  for violating which is stripes.   It was enforced on one .of the members last week..  The London Ath^lETmTIayriris"reported  the proposal was made'to Mr Disraeli for his  "newnbvelof ������10,000, and another of ������400  for its life in a periodical.  v'\-Minnie Wilkins, the latest child mother ol  Minnesota, is only eleven years and eight  . 'months old, and weighs eighty pounds..   Her  miscellaneous;  A. McPherson,  A KER  ��������� AND  JEWEL.LER,  '   BARKERVILLE.  EAR    GOODS!  COMPRISING-  Boots, Shoes Clothing and  Groceries,  OF  THE  BEST   QUALITY,  Forsale attboStorcof tho undersigned in Barker-  ville.oppoaito the Bank of British Columbia. .  W; RBNNIE.  RC4tf  ns usual.  LlOIITNINO CltEKK.  M  fpX MissMary Macd6ugall,t.daughter of! Governor Macdougall, of Winnipeg, attended on  ;' her father during bis attack ��������� of ;smallpox^in.  Ottawa, at the risk of contracting the loath-  some'^disease.   He is now almost.well. - This  "fTstHe daiTgb*ter Who watcned'at Mr, Jla'cdpu-.  ' gall's bedside when be lay at the point of  ��������� death in Englan d ; wh o y ol un teered to sh are  the comparative discomfort and hardships- of  the Northwest with him, and who braved the  rigors of the winter journey from Pembina  along with the expelled Governor.  Efforts are being made iu India to put a  . stop to the ancient custom of destroying female infants, and a bill for this purpose is  now before the Council in Calcutta. So general had the practice become that in one native community of 10,000 not one girl was to  ���������uetound.        .-=....   ���������   ���������-'  There arc now sixty-four lines of submarine telegraph at, work in the world, having  an aggregate length of 22,000 miles. Bombay  . and San Francisco are joined by a continuous  linei   To complete , Ihe circuit of- the earth,  .India arid China have yet to be connected.  and China and California either by ocean or  land lines.  The Dutch Surinam colony is about to incorporate "The New York and Surinam Company/' an organization that has obtained a  grant of 6,000 acres of colonial land and possesses $600,000 capital.  Electric Tei^graph without WntES���������It  has long been known. that telegraphic messages could be transmitted without the use of  wires, and many years since signals were sent  across the Bristol Channel by the nseof water  as the conducting medium ; but in that case  the water through, which the signals passed  was jnclpsed in a tube, so that it was, in truth,  only the substitution of a wire of water, if the  term can be used, for the metallic wire usually  employed. Prof. Loomis now proposes to jro  further ; he claims to have discovered a mode  of transmitting messages by electrical air  currents, and is seeking an opportunity for  making experiments on the summit of Mont  Blanc,        .   .  Pearls, in the Gulp of California���������The  .revenue returns for 1869 show that the,catch  of pearls and shell for the past year on the  Gulf coast of the territory granted to the  " Lower California Company" amounted to  the large sum of $78,000.:  ON THE DEATH OF JUDGE BREW.  All ..of us.have lost a.friend-r  This is true you may depend';  He discharged h is ,d u ty j ust and fair .;  With us, as bo did elsewhere. "  Though feeble man thus he be, ;  The rich and poor this world must leave.  The rich must go and cannot stay ;    -  Lazarus died and so must they.   .  He no more fills the arduous tasks.  .  Nor under officers judgments asks.  The conqueror's cross he has now laid down,  And in Heaven wears a crown,  Past the etherial���������so let it be.  No more judging now for .thee.   *  Thou art in Heaven, his glory see,  To rest through all eternity.  Rebecca~Gibbs.  LONDON   HOUSE,  GOVERNMENT AND WHARF STREETS'  VICTORIA.  ���������i  [raporters of all descriptions of Dry Goods,  Hosiery and Underclothing.  A very full assortment of these goods, suitable for  Wholesale buyers, at their Wharf street Store.  Regular supplies received from Europe by sailing  vessels and by Express via Panama and Pucllic Rail.  road.  ear Particular attention given to orders from British Columbia.  Solo Agent for Alexandre ICii> Gloves.  London Finn���������J. P. TQKSTALL & Co., 8 Bow Church  .  \ : ,. '��������� "    ���������������������������'"'��������� /Yard.  Restaurant jtnd Bakery.  'PHE Proprietors of this old and weli-knownestab-  X lishment would respectfully thank their numcr-  ousf rieiidsand the public for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed .on them, and trust that by their  nsunl strict attention to business they will merit- a  continuance of their confidence and support.  Meals,  $1.    Board, $18   per Week.  BREAD  MADE  OP  THE BEST FLOUR  . We recommend to the public onr  GROUND    COFFEE,  which Is a much superior article than any which can  be bad from below. We Roast and Grind it ourselves  and choose the best berries, consequently the public  may be iure of its being free from adulteration.  PATTERSON is GOOD80S  INERS AND TRADERS will And it to their ad-  vantage to purchase at this Store, where there is  URGE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS  Of ihe very best description on hand, and tho Stock  constantly replenished by new arrivals. The proprio  .   , :���������; tors will sell Goods,  AS~CHEAR,.ASiANY :IN  CARIBOO..  Orderspromptly filled, and forwarded with dispatch  Van Winkle, f  .BEEDY-& LINDIIARD,      L i  Proprietors  OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.  O, did vou ever hear tell of; that curious old shop  That stands.at the end of tho villc ?  It is huilt oi rough boards, and in it is stored  .     Oldjunkuntllit is filled.     --������������������;.  .  You go inand you ask for whatever you want;  If such things ever were made:-  ;":.   .  ;  For a man with ono leg could find but ono boot,  For tho other Is lost or strayed.  You will find cars and hose,*safes and stoves,  And hydraulic nozzles, too. ���������  You will find a range, and that's nothing strange���������  There's things for all of you. w  And if you should want any firearms, by the way,  Just call and look at the stock.  You vcHl fled a gun that will not miss Qro  For either ball*or shot.  And'if there is anything else you should want,  There direct ynur attention,  For in amongst a thousand things  There's something I did not mention.  Cy never let a chance go by,  That can be a benefit to you,'  To sell all your old stuff, for leave it you must,  For you have done with Cariboo.  This man by whom this coal yard is kept  Will try and please you all,  If there is anything you want fixed  Just come and give mo a cull.  T.  FLETCHER.  ElEY'S AIMUIITIOH  MISCELLANEOUS.  VICTORuIl  Has commenced making her regular trin������ P$$i  ���������.;-.. between ~ y  %SS  SODA CREEK & QUESNELMOUTH "p     "  4������- The Steamer is not responsible for leaks��������� I  QHst or other liquids shipped In tins. * **  ���������  m  THE public are hereby informed that f HON'G CHY  known by tho English no mo ������������������ Henry" is h ������J r^im_IT.-,.  thorised   to  collect moneys duo to the Kwonc U&f-^f^X  company, and the said com puny will not be rcFp-t %P\ mm  siblo for any debts he may contraict. *' 'fjfBSft"  t '-���������-.' CHAXO LtJSf,      S  .     . .,.,     Agcm lor Kwonc ln\  ' Btt'rkcrvnio, April 12tht 1870. t^lOlo!  Sulascrip  Aseiits  FOR THE OMIKECA MINES.  pn Winkle,  jsnclmou  |d a Creek,  THE undersigned begs to Inform all parties within,  to ship goods lo Vital'a creek and surroumlic p.  country that he wUI bo prepared to forward 60(ri||J  pounds per month, on and alter the 1st of April mM$  from Quesnelmouth to tbe head of navigation.      W  All consignments attended to with caro aoddiiS  J aStt PATRICKHICKEY f|l  - --���������-' NOTICE.     ���������     ���������   T||  vWSmale,  m  mi  % " *  ishcr  TI  qfpuvigatiori on Lake Tatlab, carrying freight"������jS||  passengers.  . '          . V" * . ' ^  The Ominecais 35 tons burden, andls provided m$M  slXAvatiir.-Ughl.compartmcnta and capable of ca^f'Jl  tRo *>* hnnrt of narlk'ammolSTSS dcclrr ���������^^  Tng 25 headfof.pacjit*animats Oli'. decter-  stantial warehouse for the receiving-and fbnvn'rjio|p  goods. J. W. M00KF, |f  Quesnelleraouth, April_16?.h, 1870. ^2i������������  SAWNEY'S    LETTERS  xnj>  TRE    BOXER   CARTRIDGES  For Snider-Eufleld of -577 bore,  gs^rjiaa     au<1 tor tne Henry, and Mar-  iffi^l     tiui Henry Rifles of 1450 bore,  a<lopted by her Majesty's War  Department, also of '500 bore  for Military Rifles.  WATERPROOF CENTRAL-  FIRE METALLIC CARTRIDGES with cnlargod Baso  for small bores, adopted by  foreign governments for con-  verted-Chagsepot, B^rdan, Re-  minuton and other Rifles; also  Cartridges, for Ballard, the  Spencer,and American Henry  Repeating Rifles. : .'.   .  The ������������ELE V" BOXER51. are the cheapest Cartridges  known, carrying their'own ignition, and being made  wholly of metal, are water proorand imperishable in  any climate.  The above Cartridge cases (empty) of all sizes, and  for tho dKforent systems ot Breech-loading Rifles, can  be bad with or without the suitable Bullets and Machines for finishing the Cartridges  BOXER CARTRIDGES, of -450 bore for Revolving  Pi3tols, usedin her Majesty's,Navy.  COPPER RIM-FIRE CARTRIDGES of all sizes, for  Smith & Wesson's, Tranter's and other Pocket Re*  vol vera.  PIN-CARTRIDGES for Lefaucheux Revolvers of  12 m. 9-m. and 7-m/ bore.  CENTRAL-FIRE and PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES for  all sizes and systems of Guns, Riflos and Revolvers.  Double Waterproof and E. R. Caps, Patent Wire Car  tridges, Felt Gun Waddings for Breech and Muzzle  Loaders, and every description of Sport'lng and Mill,  tary Ammunition.  EiLE.Y   BROTHERS.,  GRAY'S   INN  ROAD,  LONDON,  WHOLE8ALK ONLY       'flOtlaiil*-  C A R I BO OR H V ME  by ;ames ANDERSOK,  PRICE,  For sale at the Srntxhel Office  post, free of charge*  ONE DOLUII,  ami forwardedh&Jf  Pacific  Telegraph  Hote|  Store street (between-Herald & Fisgard)  VICTORIA, B.C.,  Andrew Astrico,   .-      -     -     Propriety  The most commodious and clean Hoft-1 in Victor^,  It is conducted on the European principle. Tlie talfi  is supplied with tho very best the market aflonis. V,  Meals at all hours of the day. Private Diaaf:  Rooms for Families. !'���������  Board and  Lodging per week, $.6 50 @ $8 50.-'  UK .-Balls  US--  Montr.c'f  te th?rt  ^tpost������at  Ith one  v- - - ���������   .--  lissmfj.;''  falHri:  Portia  ^ss'elze'f  fe Can fit  Feniat  iTprontf  eon';";B  T.V01U1   asaaK  sSi&gasfiH.  Per day, $1.   Single meals, 37 1-2 cents.  A Firo-proof Safe in tho House.  Beds, ������i  ifflfeS liome  %fmffl>  FLOUR,"FLOUR,= FL0U^-;j  SODA   CREEK, ,.^  QUESNELLE, nni |  ;. '/-BABKEKVIUI;^  Also, . $.  TWO 6^n. CYLINDER STEAM  EMtfE|  WITH  BOILERS, T|  ��������� f&m  rex.  In.  'mx  npy  J.  HARPER;  aplG 62i  Suitable for small steamers.  Clinton, April I2th, 1870.     ^   LEA & PERKINS' ;  , Ceiebratod   .'���������  WORCESTERSHIRE:   SAUC|  Dcclnrod by Connoisseurs to be ";  THE  ONLY   GOOD  SAXJCE.    |  Caution against Fraud.-Tho succcbb ^  most delicious end unrivalled .Condiment na.  caused certain doolers to apply thennnic oi; ������ ,  tcrshiro Sauce" the public ia hereby informouwia t-;  only way to secure tho genuine, Is t������ ���������^A  ASK FOB LEA & PEBRINS' SAW:  and to see that their names aro upon the irs* ;.  iABKXi8t.BTorPEs, and bottle. ^  Some of the foreign markets having ������������������������*fe>.  with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce, nppn������������^..  per and labels of which the names of Lea a J j* ^  have been forged, L. and P. give notice wj^  have furnished their correspondents wi������" i ^  attorney to take instant proceedings "������*"?.-j^fj  PAOTtiRKits and vendors of such, o^LT *  tions by which their right may be Infringes, j  ABk for LEA & PERRINS^ Sauce^;  Name : on Wrapper, Label, Bow*   ;  m9SSS#ud for export-by the Propriety  ccstervCrbsBoand Blackweli, London, ������c.i������ *  1 by Creoers 6*ia Oilmen ttn4v0rsal#������  ^Re lhre  :|ops a  iOvernn*  jfon to  0lew 1  ff to-ni]  at the i  jnadiar  .^iporoni  '/J,:-jyytbrerai(  Xiw^iev^:  ;'<qi^Efetroit r  'XiXffwf-  . mMm*


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