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 vjw������-������1 n-i-lw*-..:. .V^"������!*tt_.  ���������:_5tff->  , ' f  *:.r  ..6m,  H  ���������K  ��������� -. i  ���������" 4)i  Pi  ���������v ;t  ������������������:.,:       .   -fi  fffAM  foVM  barkerville, TO June 16, 1869.  '���������THE Milkbuy .ajsr.  ffTf- ���������:;4published;./';���������' */:^ ;-���������'-"':,4.'-'/xv;  ���������    "���������'   ���������-//:���������.; i'BY./.-' /;.'--"/���������.,'���������������������������'���������;..'���������/;//":?  Ii O'BE^H OILLpyAT;..;  Subscription, $1 per ^eek-;(including: cost  oi delivery),; payable to; ike carrier.;    ,4.)  ���������Ofkick���������Barkerville, (next door to Marietta's  Grocery; Store).  Agents. for the,'' Cariboo Sentinel;>l������  Qaesnelmoutli, Ifr; Goudle,(Barnard'sEspress Ortlce  ���������Soda Creek4; ���������/'���������;"; '/I Xf - ��������� -Barnard^ Express  Vale,      -    ��������� ���������.-    Mi\:EvaE������,    /"do;       '; f-riio   4  ftcw Westminster, /���������' ffl yf'   .-;,/ JClarkson; _. 'Co  'Victoria ���������'".'' "- /"'' -'"'-'" - ���������/���������*'-;���������;'''  - /;'.;A/Lyne.:,;-;  ������'ft TELEGRAPHIC-NEWS, ff;��������� ���������?  Tit c Al abama . Cl ai nis. form the tb e me of  conversation and ricvvspaper comment. \n  Eng la od. Tb e .Times has au . ar ti cle on the;  cq m miinica iio ns e f 'Si r"- Francis He acL wh \ c h  have been recently pubHshed, wspectihg/the  cisc-or.the ship Caroline and the boiirse; qf  the '.United States- during/ the patriot war.  The-Nc\vs says it is satisfactory to/find, that;  I 'resid eat G ran t\s ��������� 'Go ver rimen t has. ado pled  {he pol icy of., concitation aiid peace on qucs-  tio ns re 1 art ve to England and .the United  SiaU*. ;Mr������s*rs4Lju^ who  b 11 i it . tl le  AI a b am ft,   re ecu tl y  p tib I ished 'd  lei tor -winch ,g\i. yes; legal qpini^ and: exlracfR  fro in (1 oc u m n ts ', _u d '���������-s p eeches.: to pfQJP ^ &  : building/ of- the Alaliara'a^wifchnpt. illegal.  ���������ui en ted upon by the pap era 4  /.Tfae-Ir-wh Ghuveh, Bill wasiVead.a;first' time  iti V.ie ��������� Iionsevof lyurtiA " 'It" ivas ngrecft-: that  the. bill sh o ul tl co mo up. for ;a secon d *ead ing  on theillh Jiine."������������������;���������  I n the 11 oi wc o f Co men o ns Gfel st one  111 o veiI l��������� I\ e 11 ti i*d read ing. of the bHI for: lhe  ��������� d Uwtab I i?hm out of the Irish; Chu vch. A  \K\f[) number of petitions against the passage  o i/i lie hi 11 were then p resen ted, after wh ieb,  J<imes M.anners. Iioltt i������craber fpr Northeast  Lancashire, moved and Lord Elcho. member  from Lincolnshire, seconded, that the Jbill be  rejected: A long but interesting debate followed, resulting in the refusal of the House  to accept Holt's proposition, and'the passage  of the bill by a vote of'360 agaiast 2-15.. The  result wag received with Uproarious choeripg  from the Ministerial Benches, and the House  shortly afterwards adjourned.  The Derby was won.by Pretender, recently  ,.Sl}^l.2lM9,, guivteas^at ^^.arj^^^^^aiue  of scale'st^-pOunds.'"' Probably"'a" quarfer  of a million of persons were on tho. grounds.  The Epsom Downs plate was won by Conrad.  A new conspiracy has been discovered at  .Milan  and other points in Italy.   Masxini  and others arc implicated, but the objects of  . the conspiracy are not definitely known.  Private letters from Paris say revolutionary feeling h increasing rapidly, and the  Government has increased the police force in  ihe principal cities of the Empire,  In the Dominion House- of. Commons the  Government resolution respecting the annexation of the Northwest territories was carried  hy a majority of J I.  The sheriff of Saline county, Kansas, reports n men, women and children killed in  ���������thatcounty by Indians, and as many more  are supposed to have been killed, anil  women carried-off to suffer worse than death.  i he settlers of Saline county are coming  East for protection, A correspondent says:  If the Quaker agents do not hurry up, the  poor iunoceut savages will destroy all the  frontier scUlemoiits of Kansas aud Colorado.  ���������Absutso whttn pcioons bwe bmi killed bv  tbe Indians in* Western Kansas dudngrtaej  past weefe." ' . ,���������   ./ X j '  X '���������&. Lima letter of May 14th- says /that the  Peruvian Government -ias - recognized the  Cubans as: belligerents. ]Se.nor,. Vailencia,  Oiibau 'Cqmihissioner, atriyeHlm^ima some  time previous to ask the loan of the Peruvian  monitors for the use ofthe Cuban insurgents,  but t\\e req nest h a s n o t been com plied with.  Small pox broks out on board the British  .f tea ra e r Ch am p io n; at Pan amfell cases re-  pcried. Yellow fever is raging at San Jose  and Escalante,.ih San Salvador. . ; , .  The. Spanish Consul, jfn New York filed a  libel in the District Court.against.the steamer  Quaker Ci ty, on the ground that sh e intended  to 7y io^ a te th e n e n tr ality la w. hi dge Blatch-  ford gtan ted the necessary * ord crs and vMarsh al Barlow seized the vessel. The'owher of  the .steamed; ������������������el ajms ;��������� -British .protection and:  alleges that she,had gotten axlearance, prior  to/heir/seizure, as> a British/ merchant.; ;had,  chartered./her /to Scarry'."'a ca.rg6; lot flour/to  Kingston,. Jama lea, ���������������������������''. }���������;��������� "��������� '. ; ";������������������'���������' 'f:  . A telegraiii froni San.Francisco, states thati  Ifr; John ;p. Keenan, formerly Chief Engineer  of the Yictoria- Fire Departnient,.dropped  dead - on the 25th ult, of heart disease.  ,t A;severe storm had .occurred in Westyf\r-  gihia/ The-des.truction to :viheydrds is immense ; those 1 cas t iuj n red can no t b e made  productive; for years, and the, majority are  utterly ru ined. Many 'sheep; and lambs were  killed t   The' wheat and corn were cut close  joj;uc.grouad^The town of ^.e'attUies1^-  re{)bVted in ruins ; hail stones to the depth of  two feei lie in the streets. 4 v  -- -.  No.  c  .;���������-"���������      "���������":.-''      A-Y" '. ���������'���������'-!^fi  :-.- .:'.-.-. f*-: ���������:.��������� . -  . --cm  -  ���������   ��������� .'-/S  'HOTELS/illSSTAURANTS, &c.  MinOTsr;Boarding House.  BOARD/ S12 'per Week.   Sixole Meals, SI.  M'^'^&'l^v^tn^^JtAhFyPASTFIVE O'CLOCK  in tho morning. U! I -"NINE in tho ovoh'Ing, at Mrs  J.'��������� PARKER'S-BOARDINO.'HODSEjOpposlto thc Sks-  Ti!P!i; plllcpi my26 lm  HOTELS. RES^rluRANTS, &c. '-^   -     "      *. _'', '    X ]   , f^$.  ���������   a      .   _-.'__^v_fc,._;     ~~      ^~       4. ���������'    fA/fflffc;&,  FOREST HILL EESTAURAMT,  .';;/ "Xp Y-���������   KICHF1ELD.  MtBS.,wfHlCkMANT bogs to announce to thc Minors  .... of RlbfcfloJd auft tlio public in iron oral that she  has; opened the-nbove Restaurant tor thc summer.  ECavlh^ made extensive.vatidiiions to the Restaurant  department and secured tlio services of a first-class  to  by  public  patronage.; ~-;- .���������fX::.:fC '..  Board, per Week, $12.   Single Meals, $1.  j8J_F*Tti������'fee&t.Litjuors and-Cigars always to be had  a^tho'Biff...;-: ; /     / - my22 2tn  ;f;JS^ii|ltWcli; .Hotel.,  mBp M^ERS 6^. STOUTS GULCH AND THE  '������' -''punllic sen orally:'arc hereby requested to tnkc  notice ttuit the a boyo Hotel, situate on the lefts side  of thc pM(i\\% between,-the Tafl'Valo and the Coombs  Companiejj'.shafts^;//; ���������'������������������.;.    :  v^nA^'^^p;.^-- OPEN,  arid tlie proprietor-assures all who may favor him with  tiioir natroaagc tbttt'.'-no'' eQort will be spared to give  satisfacticijii -.  tXfffff v; ���������  Bpard^;|i2 per^eek;   Single Meals, $1.  : JK_f:Only; the best of. Liquors and Cigars. wi 11 be  kept at tHo Bar/' ��������� ttff     "  v. AfAf.-;:.._.[<.}���������:���������_.vpREDRRtcK. ROSE;'Proprietor.  StoutiOulch^Mayl8,;i869; . rayl������2m  NQTiCE:.  THE BUSINESS ulthcrtojconducted by Mrs tracey  In Barkerville, Ja^i Ivodgln_-hoiisc-and-SaloohV  keeper, will from to-day:be assumed by MRS PUNK,  who hopes by strict attention to business to secure a  3hare of public patronage., ^ ���������'  ' Thc sleeping apart meats WlJI be kept in the best  order, and the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars may  be obtained at thc Bar.     :���������-;-.  4        .   MRS. FUNK. ,  Barkerville, June 2d, I860. j������2  .  V.;n.iV^.':^^,  '���������'      -'4   "���������' '--���������"���������-.������4  -.:>.    -   :���������: -.-y- ���������;  BEDS! BEDS.1! BEDS!!!  RS. S. P. PARKER'BEGS TO ANKOUKCEJ TO  her friends and the;public, that she has fur-  nished^a number of Bedrooms in'the most- comfortable style, which her patrgns may depend upon being  carefully attended to.     ;..:..  Wines ami Liquors of best quality, as usual, to be.  had at the Bar. -f. ���������   ���������  April 17th, 1869.  ������r-  fi  't.v?!  i ���������  /ti  .'. '-:A  HOTEL DE FRANCE,  Barkerville    / ���������  '  THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAVING 'BEEN'   REFIT-  ted in.tiieraost comfortable manner, with,good  beds, the travelling public may rely upon being well  accommodated.       ��������� ' *;   >'-... . '���������'  The best Wines; Liquors and Cigars to be had a  the Bar; ��������� - ���������  ' .  Di'cember5,1868. -���������  'BUSINESS/ CARDS;  >T^J__i_____'"7-r ^- " *���������������������������������-*������*'' >-  THE PROPRIETOR of (the above establishment woul d  respectfully inforni bis friends arid the public in  general that he is. nowbfepared Ui furnish them with  Bread of his own ba.arig;'having secured the assist-  ������������������      *  .������'..  4 / - ':������������������  ���������'. ~i<  Tue Late Storm-m.England ���������Tbe English  nortli ecuntry papors of" the 231h v and 30th  Unrch are filled with accounts of the extraor-  4 in a ry \v oa ihe r wh i c h had ji ve vail ed d ur i ng  the previous few days. The greatest depth of  snow appears to have fa/11 en in the mid tod  counties. . J a- th 6 n or th th ere had;b een a great  deal of thunder and lightning. On the Newton Moors a shed was fired by lightning and  some sheep were burned. For some horn's  the lightning continued, lighting up the snow-  clad landscape iu a dazzling manner.- On the  Northumberland coast the lightning flashes  a re, said to have been awfully. grand. At a  place called Shawend, near Leaihom Bridge,  on the/North Yorkshire line of railway, a  cottage was struck by lightning and completely demolished, the fragments strewed in  ail directions. >Tha/oce.upants,of the cottage  *^S^m_n'nami^i^  seven years of age���������were in bed at the time.  The house is somewhat isolated, and nothing  was known of the terrible event until next  morning, when the .persons living in the nearest dwelling made the discovery. The Watsons, husband and'wife, were found quite  dead, locked in each other s arms, the bedding  burnt to ashes aud their bodies much blackened ; the child, who was. in the same bed  with his parents, had managed to escape, and  wasdiscovered almost dead with cold in an  outbuilding.  ���������Photographic G-aUery.  Begs  _,;.  to  announco   that  bo  has   reopened   Tils  PffOTOGIL  J;- S, THOMPSON,  4 CCOUNTANT,   if IN I K G   AND   COMMISSION  iii -Agent. Barkerville.  Mining Companies7 Books kept and ad j us tc d.  May 1,1569. " '/  :  B. .EDWARDS  HAS on hand/and for sale, at his Store in Barker  vilIe,  Groceries,  Provisions axd Liquors, of  the choicest description, which he will sell at low  prices for Cash.   Also Gum Boots, aad other articles  required hy minors. ,  ��������� ��������� .Barkerviliej May X2, IS69.  Carpenters and Builders,  BARKERVILLE.  CONTRACTS UNDERTAKEN, and ALL KINDS OF  ,. Job Work done with punctuality and dispatch,  at reasonable rates, A good stock of seasoned lumber  always on hand. f   C.  STROUSSr  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALER  ���������  HARDWARE,    DRY    GOODS  CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETCL  BARKERVILLE.  Ligutninq Cheek.  MINERS AND TRADERS will find U to their ad-  vantage to purchase at this Store, where there is  A Large Assortoxxt of Goods,  pi* tho very best description on hand, and the Stock  constantly replenished by now arrivals.   Tho proprietors will sell Goods  As Cheap as any in Caf,troo.  Orders promptly filled, and forwarded with dispatch.  BEEDY & LINDHARD,  Van Winkle, May 1*2, 1S61K Proprietors.  jd narlcoi'.wjio,- whero lie is prepared to execute all  ivork in his lino, in tho highest style of tin* art.  Car Los <lc Vinitc, Amhrotypes, jMil;inoty[>es. Portraits In Lenthor, White Silk, Linen or Cotton, Views  of Houses. CI'miii?, Hn., single or SUTw^.eopic.  j b VV KIA1 EH V wo vk o f aiid m: r i pi Idirj il oa e i a' s a ���������  perter s ty le.  . V RI C Ev* M 0 D i; R A TE,  ' No v cm be r 2 G  1 SOS.  PAINLESS  TOOTH   EXTBACTION.  DR. CHJPP IS PREPARED TO EXTRACT TEETH  and perform short operations without pain, by  thc aid of the apparatus discovered by Dr. Richardson,  of Iiondon. This valuablo. discovery produces iuscu-  sibilityin the part alone, and renders unnecessary  the admin is irat ion of chloroform.  nince���������Upper end of Barkerville. above China Town  irtDco foe, $*s"   Teeth extracted, or filled with Gold, |5  March 27, 1SC>9.  above, where none hut the best Coffee, Pies and Cakes ,  will be served.  N.B.���������BREAD  DELIVERED lo all. parts  Of tho  Creek. my22 lm  OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL,  Quesnelmouth.  THE Proprietors of this well known"House tender  their sincere thanks toittteir friends and\ fcfap travelling public generally, for.their past liberal patronage and beg to inforni them that in order to insure a  continuance of the same. Board and Lodging lias been  reduced to $3 50 per Day.   Single ileals, $1 00.  ���������All the luxuries that the country airords are con-.  stantly kept on the table. Private Parlors and Suit3  of Rooms for Fahiilies. The Bar is stocked with the  best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ���������The Stable is well supplied with the best Timothy,  Oats, Hay.and Grain. .--; BROWN &_GILLIS.  .:  Quesnelmouth, May      1869..     . ,.;  ���������"* ���������-%.���������'  THE  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS   TO   INFORM  HIS  friends and the public, that he has fitted up some  COMFORTABLE    BEP-ROOMS  In his new building, where he is prepared to give  good Bods at a reasonable price-    Those who will  cleanness and comToit bVaislioiiofc... a" ""'  He takes also this opportunity to remind the Cari-  booitcs that his Brewery has received thc FIRST  PRIZE of thc Colony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  And thc .true amateurs will be able to judge by them  selves that such honorable prize has  been justly  awarded to him. '  jj B._A large front room to let.  Barkcr,yille������Jan. 23,1869, N.-CTJNIO  ~~^WAKE-UP-JAKE  Restaurant _and Bakery.  THE Proprietors of this old and well-known establishment would respectfully thank their numerous friends and the public for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed on them, and trust that by their  usual strict attention to business they will merit a  continuance of thoir confidence and support.  Meals,.$1."'Board,  $16  per Week.  BREAD MADE OF THE BEST FLOUR  Wc recommend to the public our  ������ROUND    COFFEE,  whirli is a much superior article than any which can  S had from below. Wo Roast and Grind it ourselves  ���������nd choose the best berries, consequently tbe public  rnav be sure of its being free from adulteration,  ifcr rieaac take notice tbat Frederic Fick s no  1 o������5or d oli v eri ng Bread of onr baking.  I0"n , PATTERSON k GOODSON.  Barkerville, May 18,1869. mylB  ^_^_v...--.;''t,-*v.^f,������:������''vH.K-..^^.;v-.;4r  .: "i ^DNESDAY;JUNE 16, lSG^^^  THE ALTERNATIVE,   ff,,  In onr last issue; we endeavored to snow  tb a I \VM 1e J3ritish^Coiuin b ia remains, as. H Is���������  a Cro*wn colony i govern ed for the benefit of  the Civil Service���������we need not expect tp see  our population not our facilities for coinrrm-  nicntior. with the: world much, in creased.  We  alluded to itntori with Canada or annexation  to the United States as more likely to. result  iu tbe accom pi islimeat/of .qui* wishes in tbat  respect.    It is" hardly necessary to repeat  ���������what wo have often asserted before1; that, annexation is neither . possible nor desirable.  The lirUisU'Government-would not allow it,  neither would"* the Dominion GqverainQ tit,  and tlie' people of. this colony; do no fedesire, it.  in spile of'all that is said "by \ond-m6nthed  treason-mongers. '���������; Nor should they desire it.  if. they d es ire good go rem me n t.;., -M isru Je,  conn pt io a, la wl essnes������, i tisecu ri ty of I i fe and,  ' property, military tyranny and outrage, are  not tlie concomitants of British'rule, and we  -should be sorry" to say that they are .of, the  government of the United States, but any one  may learn tbat such��������� evils 4o exist,among.our  n 2 ig li b o rs o if- 'die au tho r ity o f their ow n ��������� jie ws-  papers, tire speeches;^;qf-. their. Senators and  Congressmen;- iand; ;>he  ��������� sermons  of   their  preachers.   It-Ii .almost.;jmpossible; that a  cotin'try so extensive and .rich������������������ in resources,  wi lb aeon Urinal i tipou r of i mmigrants add i n g  to its weilth-produci^;capacity> should not  , become prosperous y;;brit the government of  appeared in official garb. "Should we not  be well rid of the present system," says the  journal from which we have quoted, *fc which  every four years or oftener occasions a, disgraceful scramble, in which the; chances .of  success do not favor the worthy, and which  aggravates the temptation to despoil ;the  public by the fickle tenure of the office, and  by the absence of any honor in the original  appointment V* We have nd; desire to see  that "system" extended to this colony. . We  had better remain as we are: Under the  representative and responsible system of gov-.  ernment of the Dominion we can enjoy all  the freedom of, a republic with the security  to life and property which we at present  enjoy. Even as we arewe have the substance  of go'od"government, but what we want is to  become associated with and part of a,more  powerful government and people whose interest it will be as well as our own to assist  in opening the united country-rrincreasiag  the means of communication, promote a system of immignition, nnd ma.ko the ��������� govern-  ernmenr more acceptable to the people by  giving them a.;voice in its counsel's. We can  have all these,advantages, without asking any  favor from the United States, by union with  our countrymen id the Dominion, and the  moral and physical power of .the mother  country ;to strengthen the connection,  '   ArpROVED.^The terms agreed to between  the Canadian delegates and the Hudson Bay  Co m pan y, for;the transfe r ,, of the Kofth wesf  Tervitory, - have been approved;l)y the". Do,-  minion House of Commons, by ai;'majority of  t w el ve. . T bis seems a sin al I ra a j ori ty, b u t ���������-,>\ n  reality it-is a great victory for theT dominion  'Ministry   of  the; day.   "A. largepparty  in  Gariada' are opposed, not- to,the transfer of  . the territory, but to. the terms.- The/'.are un-  ! apcep table- to the mnjbri if of Canadians, who  wished to have the territory bandea over to  .them  without any .Hudson Bay'ovnersliip.  : The speech of Sir George Car tier, which dis-  Newspapers & Periodicals  IF YOU WANT CHEAP READING, get CLTJTE &  CLARKSON, News dealers. New Westminster, to  supply you with Papers and Magazines,; ff  Their prices arc over 50 PER GENT. LOWEB  than Express prices. "/ . ,- ���������'������������������'���������'.<��������� f  .,''Papers from*any part of ��������� tho world can be had  through them. - ���������''".-'���������''  j^g-For particulars of prices, send for a list, or  apply to JOHN J30WR0X, Postmaster, BarkorvJlloL  A GRAND CONCER  .   Will be given by tho  WELSH   GLEE   GLUH  At the Theatre Royal, ;Bf,r_crvillet     '.  Oil tlie Evening of 1st  .,"',,;���������     (D0M1XIQN DAY),  ���������''"..������������������' Tor the BoncSt of,tho  NEW    CAMBFUAH ; HALL.  Tlie loading Vocalists of Caribor. will apper.: o^ tho  occasion. ��������� ���������'*-,.;  J8QJ- For particulars, see programmes...  Doors open at 7.30 ; performance will commenoe nt  8 o'clock precisely. Resers'ed seats, $1 60 ; Back  seats, $1, ff Jcl6   '  ^____?rt^me^:  3>u������rvittE^  ; HE3_gyALv  THE AGENCY of tiiVkanlclr-W,-, V   '  i< Jfcrii'.isa?;/. f If: :;:GE?-crSv"1"-,  Agent.  the Umled-States hastfaHeri; rapidly from the  h\gh statiflava1 of patriptlaru and purity which  ina & real measure was. v; the dtrec t cause :;o f  ' that prosperity;-^. IkiSibme,:Uiat much allowance sUonld bet'lraaAe- for.the expression, pf  party f eetfn g ��������� \vhen. estimating the cli ar acter.  of that goyevument^bnt;Uverep^afed^r snowed^hat7such ownership would  - Relations pr ^ tlie interests^ of the  coun try, but would be aO vantagepu3. put the  matter man entirely, new light; and we have  no" do ub t that th e a ve i-s ion to the ������������������ coi tn p any.:s  retention ot land will not be long-lived.  rr  .'������������������������������������  oeuiandent;..;of;;party;;support'ana-the'^tter-  auccs of ��������� a few statesmen w ho yet ��������� clin"g to the  example;,of the'.'fathers]of: ihe vepvibliCi Uiay;  be take;n"tts criterioa^^ ju^ment.'; "For iu-  Btance" the ^Sa^ameuttilJaibh; and :the San  I" van ciscp ;B ijuleiiny ;seH pm; app ear, with out a 1 . 'NotiCE.~-Mr ��������� C. McCallhin has reo pen ed  ti'nxel y admonitio ii wi tBretf ard to the corrup-1 b*iis\ness In the store: ii est ab p ve the., B ank o I  tion ahd<venaiityl^e^jiUng.,thrbughoub the \ British Columbia, where he. has a." large as-  ent i re ran ge of -onlciiajdom-;. ffMh y then- are 1 sor linent o f Dry Goods. comprising. Pants,  offices soeagejl^sbji^m^v iUqnires the Sacra-lShVrts;v; Drawers.. l^ecli-Ties -ahdiother ap-  mento. BUion,^: JV^I^ ^Alspi1 a;vlot^pf ���������' best French ' and  VEn;[ri\gili;:;)V;weedsi^lr; ;^McO; ;con tinwes ^Vs\s  tailoring,;_. fiitsiri6ss.Xatid m'akes:Pauts to brder,  and of the besfc material He sells his goods  cheap'and for;cash.    '- '������������������"��������� ' " .'.!.;        .    '���������'*  1 AsiPUTATED���������Oscar, the" ferryman at Quesnelmouth who met with an accident a short  time ago by which one of his legs was badly  hurt, has had the leg amputated.  THEATRIir ROYAL;  ON S A T US DAY, JUHE 19, 1869>  f ..>,:-...���������'A-f A   f-r7R&��������� ���������'���������iff f ���������' lff\ "fY'f  C A R I BQO   AM AT E U R S  Will perform trie celebrated Romantic Drama, entitled  Tliey^i^fip^.^v^mi  0 ndfrey Harrlugton..,;........ ^..... Hon R W W Oirm 11  Matthew ICsclale .;..,;;..;;....'.. ��������� V.lion IIHaveiock ...���������  R<!muntl EsHaie ...:.......<?eo Grant   :  Povnet Ardeii.^...;._v,..i.,^....... .ED Hnwrnnn      .  YalfiDthie Verdict...:.,,,".  ...J STliompson ���������;������������������;���������;  Caleb .Brown  .J McB Smith  Cal^bCole ,.:....;���������...........;.,...v*..Wm: Fraser   ff '.,...-..  Jncoii Joues....f^zff. ......;......F Perr^tt.;:������"  -..- ;E'-lith Harrington ...;...;...:..:51 isa Em\)y 'l-Xffy  Barbara Jones ...;,.:....^Florence Wilson  Agatha. ...Mrs S P.Parker   ���������  To be followed by the Petite.Comedietta, entHle'd  THE   HE AD,,  GF -THE   FAMILY^  mento Buion.'; ��������� Vfl:o|dn^" will,say it is for]  ij. . ..honor i 1 ���������: feeca^e>Ui^^;;nX); ^norim: nololng-  ��������� any except a" fevr;ofrthe highest ofBces.  ProfitasL^e, railing Vmotiv^  mo re than '. inv any; 6 the'r.   Offices . m ust be  .Bought, then," because they afford either;large  pay or Mi bile work..,. Bat h o'w can they be  .   profitablei in comparison with; business occu-  t pations ? No fc from the. salaries, for th ey ��������� are  not above the average; of other salaries or  gains.; Not; because they afford a career of  liio ; for they are the most'fickle of all operations and tend to unfit-for other business  and throw the holders out of the course of it  , The profit of office-holding, then, must be  found in the opportunities it affords for unlaw fn V go in s���������fo r pluck i n g th e go Id e n g^ ose.;.J  Such language as this has" recently become a  permanent feature ia the editorial columns of  the Independent press and reflects the sentiment of the best and most'intelligent class  who are alarmed at the rapid spread of cc--'  ruptioa in every department of governmeuc.  .Indeed, .those-who are familiar with the  United States, know that������ to rob the ^overn-  ; v ment is no crime" has become a Gxecf axiom  ��������� with; politicians.   What tlie result of all ihi������  ���������     corruption wiU be forms a suljject of much  anxiety to. those;Americans who hold their  country's reputation and honor as dear as  ,-their own. -Were we to look for a parallel  2QW h.K?r������ry   lfct7������.l!!d; ft0t  be  difficult toW  .;. what the result will be, Rome, which -onc^  carried Us rule throughout the known world'  lost its power and influence when cormntinK  Je-remv Hacklo ...........;"...-.:,.... SOrmandy  ���������'��������� Edgar^���������^..w....'..������...���������������������-���������������������������������-'������������������������ ^rn Bennett  Gregorv ,.*.  ..........J Had son ";,  eousln Charity ..;... Florcnc^Wlbsoa   ���������  Prudence.............;'. MI ss E mil f ''���������'  Perfonn-  NEW ADVBKTISEMBNTS.  THANKS.  T\fB hereby present our thanks, on behalf of tbe  VV    Wesleyan Cenf.r������;nce and  people,   to the  in-  far their  d  in  tho   . ........ w^, s rooms in Barker-  Yille.   Thc Cnn/ls to accomplish this hr  habitants of Barkerville and neighborhood  kio/tness an.il gr^tt nbsriintv as nuiDlfest"  erection of a Church an<i Minster's rooms in  ville.   The funds to accomplish this haw been ffener-  ou-ly and neirtUy ccntributed by. the inhabitants of  BirK'TTiiig ana surroan.-ing  crocks  B������ar.  Church  I having beer, sought, or subscribed  '.?r any oth*r part of  this  .' H^oms ab^ut S20G0.  The Church       c  Jane 20th  ma_  leyv  "ilorn  not a dollar  >yany Ms?6 arv  Colony.   . Cjst o'f  "Doorsopen st B.*alC-Pasi Seven o5clpc'(v.  ance to commence at,Eight o'clock:.       -:. \���������'.;.:      ".'; ;,;��������� iv  .' Art in isstou. $\ 00,. iJRittfCrrgcl Seats,. $i;~56fffff; Iff  Tickets for the reserved eeat3 may be had dnap.  plication to Mr. Geo; Grant, Barker/ille..  Danielsoii's Bridge, Ques-  nel River,  MR. CHAR LF3 DANfEI-SOX desires lo i nform  Trader?, Packers, Travellers,and others that the  Road from Dog Prairie to the 16-iii I ft Post beyond  Quesnelmouth is now open and in go/ut cohdition for  Peck Trains and Stock, and that there is abundance  of good feed throughout. There Is a house of onusr-  tainment at the bridge. Jel2  ,������;��������� ^^-FREE OK DEBT-wiIl (D. V.) be deidi-  ^o^lfe r^'* !>f ** ��������� SABBATH ^EX_.  Juno 15, 1869.  _5^; DERRICK, Minister.  WiftAiTAS HOLT, "Treasurer.  je3..6 2t  D.   LEWIS  BE or nrtijriiii? 1^.^ *%* and Gentlemen  pMnsInmuogip a    ' V'Cmity tl)atbe ��������������� ^a"d ������  "������lrnrn,-BATH!NG    ROOM  CARD.  BAR?cst;;viu������E, May 8, 1869.  Mb Chahles Da.viei.sox r  Sir,���������I arrived safe in Cariboo, and foniid your new  Trail much better than I expected, and good feed half  a-mlle from the Bridge. I had no trouble in pettfng  through. It is a good deal shorter than by tbo Ferry.  The- bridge is good and sirring.  Yours, most respectfully,  *     . :    A.  BURNETT.  ST. JOHN'S BAY CELSBBATM.;  THE FESTIVAL, OF ST. JOHN  the Baptist (Thursday, 24th June) will be  eel <sb rated by _ A BI Ii 00 LOD6 K, Ko. 4&%  F. k A. M. Tiio Consecration of the new  Masonic Hall at BarkerviiloandInstallation of onicers  ror tho ensuing year will take place at 10 o'clock  .   Jcl3  SELLING    OFF !  MOUTTET,  i.rru  aroimrchs. In all time������ terrilonviV ovpansion  and prosperity: has been followed by territorial division and aiWoIjy when  ������o loua-  tains of gorrrnment have booome corniptod  The United States may furnish an exception*  to the axieiij that " history repeats itself "bo*  a return to something more like the purUy of  their  to  Th  the  leading pretension  pleat to be a  enemies to the  and no sooner did they get  mi i.y uiuce^ proxssea as their  Bnsion to the control of govern-  pat-Ey of purity, of.reformers, ������t  e corruption of their opponents  A Uj p^rsons.who are indebted to iv,n ,������  j\   wc require*! top:iv th������ n������ -������? ft abcvr> r?it"Uo  J������l all persons who VyGKTlfr6**J"n-���������**  above esta^ arc required tL^ .cla'ms a^��������� ^"'  ^ before the 11th day-of g^?^������jHr i������e������ui������te������  CHAS.R;K^^^'  Dated Richard, 11th June i^!'11 A<lt������iuisirator.  ���������-   *   iJ- jeie td  opponents,  control of the  public purse than:they showed themselves to  bo tho most corrupt and renal class that em  mv2S  At DeNOUYIOS & Kurvrz  FOR SALE.  ^   TAULb, complete.   For particulars, app  Jf-9 lm  IIJ.IARD  ly to  JiAXO,  QucHnel.  NOTICE.  ^^"ru^f'^^f,10 ������M������^ that on and  4     a I le r th ft _ i r������t {1 s l) day o f J u I v* n" r *    Lb������������ T*do-  FOR   SALE.  T?" MWKLHTO of sm  infor^t ,    t,     covsr,n  Steam  A>TS   Tabular Boiler,  \J Three and ono  Uorso Power.:   All in gooa order, and  S<?a tern, ori Sea ton Lake, near Lillooet;  For lurthor particulars, applv to,;  May 12,18C9y . -.- MR. G, B. WRIGHT.  I^>ke, near Ul ���������������?.���������.  lasu**Mt  May 12, MO.  JAS. W1CKHAM.  jm  , For Sale,-/  v  ^7���������' ������f ,nteu<!W .<*������"������ from tSeOto.,  Payment to suit purchaser, If nece'ssaTv XMrf f  on detivery and the remainder��������� KniA,?ar,tcash'  A'XX.Tf  YijrM. : WOLFF^ IS SELLING -OFF His'EKTHIR  T1 .;'���������.' .weHriassprteit; stock: of .Glotlnng,  Furuisbfiw"  Goods, Boots, Hats;;1 Cigars, Tobacco, Mutches, Pipe*  Stationery, &c������ATC0ST1       T -..���������;./''-  ^_TCall and -judgo for yourselves bcfore jiurchasinj  t.TMOS. .;;FLKTCI_ER'S^BE(^Kbiu������_*"'SrOBE'-  .   and General "Repairirig Shop will be found a  Lnthncapable of Taruins. jand .0Uiug ������pvCar- Asi������ ,,  and .^lioiel^-Hy|d^uiic-'Nfft2l<i?9) Hose'Couplings, ^c,"  an d al I repairs of mo'ttiWofk dbnd; With neat ues.������. ��������� '  ;; To bo found also. Cooking Stoves, Sheet Iron Stoves,;'  iPnmp������, Hiwc, 'yAil������. Pick.%;Slioyols, and aihiost ever/.'::  thing requisite-for Miners' use at lo\r.prices. -.  ',-.--     ;.     ���������"    UPPER   BARKERVILLE. ;^      m!5  ������BITCKSTORE.  TAS. P. TAYLOR'desires tostatotliat h������ stillkMp-  trfiovt his business at the oldv stand; whore iio h������  Patent Modicini?3;pf all kinds on .Uurid'.;,������Am FRESH  GARD BSSRR D$.,- Prescrtptinns cnrufally comrKninil-  cct iitlrs&adriabl&taiosfAKcxl door to��������� Cuiilo'a Br^v  ery. *-y-f->f������?fy ���������*���������" ' ;"'"':" :"-aa ,'--��������� ������������������ ���������-[.*-.  |: aarkcrville, Miiyv6w} ^YAfAfY f"'-.' ��������� :M : ff  Never" but  of: tHe Field 1  Sliest and Cast Iron-Stoves  m PLATE & SHEETIROS,  AUiiTOBBlNG- WORK  IK TINT,  COPPEK, Shed  ���������  frpn, Zinc and Lend Piping, attended to with  promptneus,  and  warranted i to. give entire salis���������  faction. .      f-A' :���������."..������������������''���������-..'��������� V :':-::-     ���������   tflf. T"  Hardware; Iron & Steel.  yp.\.;^<;-'^;.B^w6^&-M6^'  ...-. .:..:.-������������������- .������������������������������������'-���������.   Barkerville.  .HARNESS-FOR SALE.  ADAMSX& PEA.RCT,  p���������B'KEBVIJ/r.E,  Have on hand ������clioioo s "icUoo of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TIN   PLATE   AND   SHEET. IBM  Wltfc various other articles ^f"^^  Zinc triple aticntiou ra, ������" po6 ���������  ._  faction.  ���������        ��������� '- ���������   Idefe  ^o  ma  Gov  her,  ^Wthat  ||0 jthe c  ^^phe r  l||Jlcom|  ^mpriot  tjions  m*1���������  m  o  r _ N'N.lfi-  BOOTMAKER, ._  cr  BOOTO MADE TO ORDER,  Warranted not to bo passed by any *������*   Pacific coast.  ���������;.-..    GUM BOOTS COKSTACT^ OS HAN'O.  ^  .   BEPAIBING done In thc best m������������ncr, rt ***  notice. ..   _,.. ._>_ ^ ^  ,��������� connection ������������^^%������^������Stt  ^-OPrOSfTB BANK 01 BW������ ������  Barkerville, M������r ������.18CS-  1  ���������VM.WW^WS^JW^Mn  M  iiMtho j  gMto an  ftifBioiie  Mtcria!  ������the i  HIihe i  HlB^air c  SWimit  mm Ml  ^������his a  i^Sto wi  ^gtbef  ^PBrou  clarc  give  reve  had  ���������presi  had������  loss  dent  ever  Wuli  Toenl  -the 0  then  :panj  Cc  Mi  P_^  r^^f  _i^li_> JTHE���������ARIBQQ SPTINJEL  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16,1869.  MINING COURT.  (Before C. Brew, Esq,, Gold Commissioner.)    ;  ;      Monday, June 14,,.  Brouse Co. V9-. Tyack Go.���������Suit-to show  Llis0 why the -defendants should not be retrained from diverting any -portion of   the  Ewater of Williams c reek, in to: their ditc lion  he right bank .thereof aV a;point above the  jlaintuTs'ground ; 'and secoadIy,,thatif the  jefendants have tbe right to divert the water  Accordingly, why\.lhey .sbould not be re-  strained from wasting or selling the same ;  ind thirdly, that the defendants, be required  (show the quantity of water sold,this year.  Hon. Gr. A. Walkem, for *oho plain tiffs,- contended that the present;law gives the miner  ihe right to use all the water "naturally flowing through or past his claim when n<H'" lawfully appropriated," and that the water op  [account pf which this action was brought was  laterally Cowing, thro ugh and" past the claim  of the Irouse company, who, he argued/ were  therefore en titled to the use 6 f i fc.: Th e q ties ���������  was, waether ?the water had been ';; I a w-  iovernorDouglas'. Proclamation ot. Sep  >er; 1859; and quoting sections.T,;8t:9f 10//I1  ind 18, sh owing how water in tbe first-place  ras registered, &nd ih the n ext ..piace .������ pon  rhat conditions the water was taken. Section  " prescribes that the.parties taking tlie water  all be bound' iotfespcefc the rights of parties  isin* the same water- below the point from  vhence it is proposed to take the 'water���������;���������' that  lee. 7 was subsequently repealed-by sec- 3 of  {the Proclamation of 25 ^February,- 1863,  ^^Jwhich declares that the.. miner sha I1 fhe en-  Ufjfeitled to .all the water flowing past his claim;;  ���������������|^������bhat th is, p ro cl am atip n defi n ed. the ri gh Is o f  iiRthe miner to the water in con tra (listi uc tio.n to  ^Httie nghtsofthc ditch Owner ;^th at Lhe Bio use  i|K:company havirigrecorded a creek claim long  H_B>������*ior-'t6--.8nd aUhe time of the passing of-the  g|a4atter-proclamation, came- within ��������� iis; :;provis-  IpBponsand -were'given water; by statute. ;;By  Hlpec. 6. still nnre pealed, the righis \ to sa id  ^������x^ater was given to.-all-past,'present andluturc  ^^jminevs ; that as the Brcuse company; became  IpKthus-entitled"'to the possession of tbe water  lIKapy appropriation by a ditch company of; the  j5%Bimie water would be ���������contrary to law, and  p������would .not come within the; meaning of the  SKwords '���������!' 'not. lawful ly app rop riafed," ���������, used i n',  iSR-the Act of: 1864 and all subsctpieat Acts.'  IJHphese"' points were urged to contest the right  \4%lof the Tyack company to the use pf the water,;  |"#Shitt if it were decided, said thef counsel, that  ^Htliey hada right to the water,.'. 6hey had no  llpfrigiit to sell it. because even if they ob Lain ed  IHRpermission to do so. they had not conformed  |mP(> the Proclamation of }6'S by posting notices  |%l������s required ; that ail .the Acts referred tout-  ItljP'ct ditch companies as .well as ordinary  $!wiuning com patties, as their record? hare only  jjj|||ttie same virtue as ordinary mining record's  SSwhich only, give a year's title and are subject  jjjfipo any changes made in the law, and therefore  |^Sdo not stand upon the same footing as grants.  jSt; Mr Walkem commented'on the illiberal  Jll������sP'rifc manifested .by the defendants, w lien he  WW*'as Vro m P ^ 'n te rru P te(l b3" t ll e Co m in is-  ^������ioner, who remarked tbat that was not   ma-  ^������tGrtal. ' The question was whether they bad  llgfthe right to the water.'1- It was of no conse-  ;|Mqnence whether they had acted churlishly. ;.  WM' ^l ^'cettl questioned witnesses to prove*  Jgpie injury sustained by the Brouse company  ^^by not having water, and also * aa to l he  ^^mount of water sold by the Tyack company,  llSf*^ C(ln^nded fchat tbe quantity sold was a  ^|fpair criterion as to howmuch they should be  p|Pmited, if tbe judgment went to limit lhe  <|Jpnount taken by the Tyack company.  IP1L-Mr Walk*r> for tlie defendants, commenced  i^Wns argument by calling bis Honor's attention  mmsdo what must have appeared gather novel in  th ni; t h a T wo nb- ������ ������.v. ������^'������ v.,. u.r i,. .i * u..  WM V tbe Tyack comPafiy [������ad bad the  ^������se of the water for seven years and their  ifsELle t0 lt ������ad never been disputed by the  ll*31^1,8.0 company.   He would ask his Honor  ffiSf.1116 boI(1 Commissioner followed prece-  ���������;f 1e wou^ have all such cases reopened  _K_ J m ?e ^ot a new Commissioner. Mr  ���������Km r!Pr?ailce^ receipts from the Govern-  ������noent showing that they had taken rent from  Wm 11k comPany ^or the use of the water/  ������3 acknowledging the right of the com-  ^gpany to thc water.  ���������I   ^T^i0nc^We nerer rerjise money.  KteturolfT      lm'Q beard tbat ^  ^Cr  Mr Walker argued that the record of the  Tyack company gave them tbe right to 150  inches of water, and, that section 11 of the  Proclamation of 1859 would entitle them not  only tp use but to sell the water; tbat the  Act of 1863, though giving miners the rights  claimed by the Brouse company, did not repeal the Proclamation of-1859, and could not  haye been intended to'affect rights acquired  prior to itspassage; though'no mention was  made of them ; that,the Act of 1863 simply  defined miners rights, and the word repealed  was not men tion ed in it j. that the Tyack co.  h ad in Jit ne, 18 64, o b tained written p er m is-  sion from.Mr O'Reilly to sell the water, and  thi it the s tete merit of th e re; havi us been no  riiblices posted as iequired by the Act could  not now affect, their right, as the court;.must  presume that the notices were posted or the  permission would not have been given } ..that  the Simmons and California companies bad  tested the'rights 6f the Tyack company and  were defeated ; that sec. '5 of the Ordinance  ,of, IS63, re 1 ied;.up6n-,'hy the pIaintifls, bad  been, as,stated, repealed by sec. 37 of Ordinance -No. 4;. 1864 ��������� 'and there the miner was  restricted to the use of water not lawfully appropriated. , ,'  J udgmen t to be gi ven on the 16th.  , MINING INTELLIGENCE.  -���������':' ff ::. WILLIAM CREEK j'. 7 '  ������������������ The San Juan co>: continue hydraulicing,  and; ground-sluicing; and; the ���������:Bradley-  N i ch o j so n co. a re si n i ci n g., Bel o w :;th em th e  Dosynie. co.; are sluicing.- The "Flume co*  keep their two.pipes at work. Air the companies below .the Flume "co.'s ground, with  the exception of the Cornish, Tyack and San  Francisco, cos., are unable to keep i their  hy d ran I i c pi pes at work, iri co nsequ ence of  the sea re i ty of w ate r.".'. 'So m e o f th e ni.. arc  sluicing, and 'using, the water alternately.  The Six-toed-Pete co. washed up 33 ozi on  .Mond ay-.; an d''..-; the Du tch Bill, covJ .116- oz.  The Wilson co. washed up 1I3_W'; and the;  Corn ish co. 55 oz. for th ree days r u'n. 0ppost te th e Du tch B i i I; co... the Chi ri ese c om p ah y  'washed , u p 60. oz. The. Ca 1 i forn i a; co. continue sluicing y and the Cornish, Tyack and  San Fran cisco cos. hy d ra u 1 ici n g. Wa ler is  scarcef with ihev Black Ja^k -co^ who ;are  .doing, a little ground-sluicing. V  :y; Below^ the canyon--TThe;;Diller co, are,sinking a shaft,������ The Foster-Campbell co. washed  .np 39 oz. for th e week_..;. t lie. Barker :cp., 17 3  o z. ; the Can ad i a n co.; 2 0 oz. ; t he Bald head  co; h ad not do ne mucb d ur in g the week.  None of the companies below seem to be  cloiu g ��������� a fi y th t ng'X exc e p %-. the da ledouia, New  A u ro r a and- Ry a n co m p an ies. T tie.: Ca le~  d o n ia co, are cu 11 i ng th ro ugh be d-ro ck. The  Ne w Auro ra co. are taking 6 u t, a 1 ill lo ;pay ;  and the Ryan co. have stopped running  down stream and are driving into the hill.  .-:,  . walker's 'ouv.cn...'  '.'���������..:.  No t li av i n g. water! en on gh, the Co m e t c o.  have stopped byrlraulicing and are ground-  sluicing. Some years ago a company, took  out a considerable amount of gold from the  Comet ground, but they lost the lead. The  present company think they have just got on  to it.  :     ..      ���������   /     ^TOUT GCLCIT. ;  Thc Jim and Joe co. are sinking a new  shaft.. The Bona Fide co. were short of  wa'er and had done very little during the  week. The Mac h o 0 ro co. w as he d u p (i 0 oz.  for the week. The Jenkins co. are prospecting. The taffvale co. washed up 176 oz. for  the Week ; the Coombs co.. 107i oz. : the  Floyd co., US roz. The High-low-Jack co.  are ground-sluicing.        :  COXKLTN GULCH.  The Ericson co., one pick at work, took  out 13 oz.. for the week. The Gourock co.  continue running a tunnel in the hill on the  o 1 d ,United co.:s ground. Another company  nre working in the old United co.;s tunnel.  The Lone Star and Reid cos. are prospecting.  The Renfrew co. washed up 4l|oz. for the  week. Thc Indian Queen co. struck a good  prospect last week, but the pay gave out.  The Eclipse co. are prospecting. The  McDowell co. are down 08 feet with their  slnvffc. The ?������Iontezuma co. commenced drifting from their last shaft on Monday, The  Felix co. got off the lead, and only, washed  up 16 oz. for the week.   On  I'KKXCH CH'EKK,  The Ambrose -co. had got down 12<D feet with  their shaft.:  LOWHEE CUEBK-.  The Black Bull co. had made an application to lay over for a couple of months, but  the. Gold Commissioner refused. The Victoria co, lire driving ahead with their tunnel.  The lvolly CO. com men ced to clean up last  week and got 120 oz. The Calaveras co. bad  done very little during the week, o'a account  of the scarcity of water.  MOSQUITO OUWKK.  The Minnehaha co. washed up .14 oz. over  expenses ; and the Hocking co. had taken  out a small amount over expenses. A little  over wages and expenses bad been made by  the Willow co. A good prospect had ��������� been  obtained by "the Discovery co.,'in sinking a  blind shaft, and they had not got to bed-rock.  During half of the week the Holman and  Jeffree cos. had been constructing a reser^  vdirt but they took out enough to pay wages  for the whole week. The Tabb co. washed  up 44 oz. It is reported that R. Hougji had  struck a good prospect, about 12. feetVfrbm  the surface, on the flat above the Jeffree co.?s  ground, pf' '��������� f. yy -..:. .-.'.. *"��������� -''-; .ff .:���������������������������.���������, ���������  '. "f. ^BD gulch. ;;'  Water had become scarce last week, and  the Madpc co.stopped work. The Torn and  Jerry co. .washed up; 30 oz. for the week.  Three of the Butcher co. bad gone to work in  their upper ground. .;'."������������������'-''-' r     :  f:ffyy K'. ..���������",.'.', ;Slatb gulch. . .;,',; f.'f  T The Discovery co. are ground-sliiicirig and  expect a good wash-njp.  .������,;-Xff caxadtjTx greek.   .'.' ,-'/':���������  The bed-rock tunnel is in 1,582 feet, and  the Olear-grit, Casket, Miller and Mayflower  cos. will now be enabled to go to work. . The  Sovereign co. are sinking,,    ;   ���������;  V-*,.;'- '������������������'���������'"   i.-'    grouse creek/' ������������������'���������'���������.;.  The/Idaho co. are sinking1 a shaft.X The  Rocky Point co* are ground-sluicing; The  Salt Spring co. have been grohnd-sluicirig,  and are npwy preparing to sink, a shaft in  their deep ground. The-Ontario co. are  drifting and washing,;:. The Cascade co. are  gr.ound-sluicmg. The Caroline co. are laying  a fl ii me"tp bring in 100 inches o f. water from  Antler" creek, for bydraulicing: The Ne'er-  do-well cov are ground-sluicing. The Flume  cp. washed up 103^oz. .-.-.  canyon ravine,; ���������  X The. Discovery co. are working away : at  their'tdnnel;.;'.;.'r*'f . : :;,- ff.;  '-: ff- '���������"'. AXTLERCREEK.  .The Middlesex co^ five miles below tbe old  d i g g i n gs,: ~ are; sin kingf a, shaft. - ..'The ^Derby;  and La ng - cos. are groun d-sl hieing. Most of  the other companies are doing the; same.  ...'������������������'"���������; AXDERSOS" CREEK.    ' /.  ; The: Wisconsin co. continue : doing well.;  ���������The Emily co; would, commence washing on  Monday.;7 The Discovery; co. i. have "stopped  for want of water,, ; ' ;  ;'     ;little sxowshoecueeb:.  ; -Tom; :HamiUon^:; who has been;-running; a  tunnel, bad struck a good prospectv  1 _    i . .    \^    ^.KEtTHLEY-^ CREEK. -' >  '  .; ���������; Opera tioris^ on  tbis creek; con tin tie,; with  about the esmeresults as before reported, v;  Y-pp y\ ...  .'���������.. /������������������'.' ,cirJA|i creek.;;.:,;:v..;''''.,.;....' -. ff ���������  .The Aurora co. continue doing well..  ;������������������:.  - -f^ ���������' .v^kANGARO^'CREEK.;--" IY * fl.  On the North Fork of Quesnel river,, a  company of Chinamen are at work....  SOUTH FORK QUESKEL RIVER.  ;  A c om p any of Chin am en, who had b rough t  in a ditch last season, are doing remarkably  well: andiground to the extent of two miles  had been staked off in consequence, during  the past two weeks.       : -  MOORIIEAD CREEK.  The Keyser co. (three), bad worked about  t wo p nd a-hal f days .and washe d \ i p ab oiit  S70 from .one ��������� siring anda-half of sluices.  Prospects iinprove: as they go".on. The Jim  May co. would wasii this week, and.had still  better prospects. D. Disber and SI. Hickson  were opening out groiind,ifrom which' they  had ob Gained good.prospects. Another company and a few more men are working, on  this creek. *-   ...*;"'������������������ ft."  A LITTLE LAKE CREEK..   ; >.     ,  A company of Chinamen are at work on  this creek, and are said to be doing well.  FOUR-MILE CREEK  Several companies of Chinamen are working on this creek.  ErGHTEEX-SULE GREEK. .  A number of Chinamen are working here,  and a company of white men are sinking a  shaft through the blue clay..  BEAVER CREEK.  A few companies are working on this  creek, and are doing well.  ,  LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Caledonia, Tvanhoe and Treasure Hill  cos. bottomed, at 71 feet, the shaft they sank  together, and got nothing. Bill&land & co.  have also bottomed and commenced drifting  oil Monday. The Dunbar co. intended to  commence washing yesterday. The Lightning co. are done ground-sluicing, and preparing to wash up. Ross & co. bottomed a  shaft in the creek, and are now sinking a  second shaft. Brown & co. have got through  the rim-rock and into the channel, and- obtained a good prospect. The Fifeshire Lass  co. bottomed {and are drifting under the  wagon road. Joe Bell & co. commenced a  tunuel last Wednesday. All the ground on  the bench below Brown & co. has been  staked off, down "to Amador Point.  ,V ,-:";';*;VV'1'"'"*."' "EAGLE-CREEK,- ���������/,*���������������������������.���������������    .       ������������������-   -  The Richards co. are reported to. be takiu*  put good pay. < . ������  Dpi>iCATiox.���������We request our readers- attention to a card in our advertismo, columns  from the Rev. Mr. Derrick, 'announcing that  the building used by him,for divine services  will be dedi cated on Sun day next, accor d i ng  to the prac ti ce of th e Wesl eyan Sletho d i sts of'  England and Canada.   By his own exertions;,  the rev. gentleman has succeeded in procur- "  ing, fn rids, en on gh for the constructi on an it*  furnishing of a. building suitable! for a church  andiministeifs residence ^and now that the ���������  whole;has been paid for he proposes to dedicate it.   We trust that persons of every creed  will attend, andshow that they appreciate  the .importance  of; the/ occasion.   A short  time  ago < we  were without  inirilsterB   or  churches, and Mr. Derricks energy and success should receive befitting marks of ap-  provaL'"y- '':\.?~h .,-;"���������:������������������ ���������'������������������ ���������ffy'f-  D0.MINTON Pay.���������Hon.R. W. W. Carrall has  taken steps towards organizing a committee  with the view of celebrating Dominion Day,  and quite a number of citizens have voluntarily subscribed funds for the. same. Iu  order to bring; the matter into{ regular form  arid sh ape, a; meeti ng of th e; sti bscri b e rs wi i 1  be held at the theatre- on Thursday evening,  when a program me, for the .day ���������; wil I be su b -  mi tted for: ad op tion.... All, who .desire to f0 r-  w.ard the moyemenfearereq^ to attend.  We understand that instead:of giving money  prizes for the;c'oiitemplatedThorse races,- ifc is  proposed to give a y silver'.' plate ��������� and cup,  which will ;be;designated :as the ���������' Queen's  Pla te " and the "Do nii nionfCup^?; so th at the  winhcr.s wil I possess a in'oihento of th0 e veu t:  1ful;day.pA- new-mature aib^racing^is to be  ihtroduced^a .velocipede; race.:;^ - ff-    ���������  ' TheATRTCArJ^-Th^ Cariboof Amateurs will  give; a p e'rfo r man ce ;at th e theatre nex t Sa tu r-  day leyen iugy a . J?heiir^grammeL c 0 m pr i ses  thej eyer-interestipg, jlrama,;, ^/The Charcoal-  Burner/^ and^ the comedietta;" The Head of  .the Family.'.7 f .These";' pieces" wj.il bring 0ut-  the full;; strength.; of; the^ Amateui corps.  "'The;;Charcoal Burner?,: will well Contest the  pretensions i'ofotfeperfp^ posses  sion, of theatrical all ility.. It is; a :dr am a that  gives sipopetp bo th; tragic.. a nd ; comic b istrl-'  0nic power; and Is, most: effecfcively wrritten,  considered-;in> an';acting point of view. We  are;;not;, familiarrwitihi**The -Head of the  Fam^j^e^e^ ' ���������-  ; Accidents^A miner,;named Alfred Dow,  while;;at .work .in .tbe^Waverly^tttnnel, ou  Oroitse creek, met vpith a severe accident on  Friday night, last.;.: He was engaged in blasting, and after, waiting some time for the explosion ,. went back to - examirie the prepara-  tion, and while so r<ioing;the /explosion  occurred and severelyHinjnred him in tho  face and right, hand. His eyes are much  hu rt. ��������� O n Sa turd ay, a Ch in am an, while at  work in the Cascade com pany?s ground, had  his 1 eg -broken by a rock from the hiUside  rolling down.  ;V  . ' Kindly . REaEAmRANCE.-r-Mr : Blunt, 3 ate'  agent of the Bank of British Columbia, who  left Barkerville a short time ago.: has been  kind enough to make an effort in Victoria for  the benefi 10 f the Public. Library, and has  succeeded, we understand, in >btaiuing con-  tributions to the extent 0f fifty volumes of  books; The kindness of: Mr Blunt and of his  Victoria friends will be well appreciated by  the subscrib ers to the Library.  Police Court.���������On Saturday last j John  Bryant.was charged with conniving at the  escape of Jesse Pearce. Hon. G. A. Walkem,  On behalf of the"-Crown, instituted a most  searching investigation into all the circumstances bearing-upon the escape, but failed  to elicit anything fo warrant the magistrate  detaining Bryant, who was'discharged.  Express.���������Barnard's Express arrived on  Monday morning and started out again in the  evening., J. J. Hammond, C. S.: Hammond  and R. Beecher were passengers by the express from Victoria. Hon. E. Dewdney and  W, Barry arrived from Quesnelmouth. There  were no passengers by tbe down express.  The express brought the foreign mails per  steamer froin San Francisco. , ,  Frksh Butter. ��������� Messrs. DeNouvion &  Kurtz are receiving by every fast express  quantities of the finest fresh butter, put up in  rolls, lo suit the demand. The colonial butter, at this season of the year, is acknowledged to be superior to any imported butter. ���������'"  RoiD TRAWic.-Touipkins? team and train,  from' Quesnelmouth, arrived on Saturday,  with tbe iron pipes for the Fire Brigade and  smods for DeNouvion &-Kurtz and JN. Cunio.  Wm. Lane's team and CannePs team, from  Quesnelmouth, arrived on Sunday.  Improving.���������Yesterday pay was struck in  the White Pine claim, Conklin gulch, and the  Felix claim was looking better.  ���������, ,--  Si  . ������������������������������������  ���������J:      >8  ���������AY.   '1  A'"  If  ..���������>L"*  i.mps'i U'l^-^'WI'lTSFif^''' '..'��
THROUOH) TO '^^^fi^-
Tho Alabama muddle is likely to become
���more muddled. Tbe bon. Mr Gait ias taken
action in the Dominion Parliament to set up
��.-claim for damages against tbe United States
arising out of the Fenian invasion. His speech
on the subject is published in the Canadian
��� papers. ... ���;*      -ff
v    In alluding to tbe proposition of y_TJv;--&
Senator Chandler for the transfer : of; British
North America to the United States; he^aid
that even if it were possible tbat Great Britain.
could for an instant en ter tain such a monstrous proposition a9 to translcr the Dominion; BarKemuu u�� ^^��:	
.    to Restates, be thought he would-1)^
fectty justified in sayiog ou behalt Of that week.       . Tt. 'X'fff :-'"-��� ; :     ',.-���',':-:':'"-'���-���
���-tt ���''���  '      i.:��   ���; i      rn       i      *i.���^Vi._���      For rates of Freight and passage, appl7;to. :.
TTouse and the people of Canada,  that, they ��  ���:,....     S. oittUNDY,
would- be no parties to such a transfer, finI", myw.f : ;!    ff f .AS(mit Barker vi iio.
suchacase the Dominion would claim tofbei ^-y^^nQ^^^-f'-.tac^^li^'fT''
%o arbiter of its own destiny.   Alluding, to *-xhK ______     HUliVCr,
the conduct of Canada during the civil war
in the States, he said that beyond aU' doubt
Canadians gave material aid and comfort to
the North and not to. the South'. The pfficial.
records of the United States would show.that
4O,Q00 Canadians' had served in the Northern
army. In order to prevent raids from Canadii.
to the United States the cost of the . militia
had been increased from $90,000 to $o00,000r
and in 6hort that Canada did everything of a
fri___d\y nature toward the  United; States
��� during the civil war... .    tyt^XXXf'
And bow was; Canada subsequently, treated
by the United States?��� An organization .of
Fenians was allowed to drill, to bold meetings
announcing their intention to inyade^jpaii.a^
 to arm with United :States armsy an _��� to fre
drilled by United States officers. M&ttb after'
month, lawless men, with arms in their iia,ncjs,!
were allowed to cross the Canadian ;frontieft
When the invasion was over,thea.aud not tiill
1 stylo.	
nrAor�� from u n-conn try^mctu ally:' attended to^���
:% aud: 15th day of each, tuoulh thereafter.      ,..'._���...
.Ba^mard?s ��� Express   ;
P-C-.;;    -Will despatch.-'   ;'',;';���;"���' Tf ff; ',.
A 'FAST; FI^i&HT;;TE^ j
Making the trip to Barkerville inahoiit;.'!_ days.
fff        ;X'Xi':"- Until further notice; ft -if a
; RATES   OF   FREIGHT '    .
By, these teams; on all parcels of 50 ���.!__}.��� Md upwards
fff .-'������   will  be ;, .-���      'ff'
>���;.. 25,Oe__ts ;per _b.'y--, ������ '������
exclusive of_Road Tolls; ���';-..���'���''��� f
Xf fiz&'Wti bbos;,   f;
Importers.... an& Commission   Merchauts,   Insura_ ce
Tf;!-/ ������.'���/"''*.������������:.;';/,.Agenis'i:.etc.','.. f  Tff'fffX -���;   ."'-,
Wharf Street-,-'' ;���'������.;-''- .' "���;��� 1' ,-r ' '.-Xf::,''.'. -; Victoria, -V, I T
..-.'/���..R:, ROBERTS,./;
Tailor, (Successor to E. Read,) Government
���',;".-   Street, Victoria; :';..
Ordors attentl cd to .with euro and dcspnlch.      ,:<;
fff t. shotbolt, if
DWrisint? Chemist and Drn#r ist.   Importer of Eng
? Ush DrugF, CliemicaK IVUrhtModicinesaiui    ,
. Perfumery, Victoria. V, I. ������>.-_,���,_..:_
Oris pri from < he up- country p u u'ci ua 11 y.' at to rid od to
Jfny 1, 1S69. - . ' ' ��� . fl ;��   '.'    _.���______?_._
oolfsy Stationary, and   Fane:
.  . ;   M.'>nii,n>nture��:,. ���.���,.'���' -.,...-,
3tay i; iSOi);T  y:>f . f ���"    ���'������' ���  1   ' ��� Yfff. f   ��� ',"; H'.-
Importer of BooKs, Stationary '��� and  Fancy ..Foreign
>ackili_��� ������ Ba g;M|fe;ing, etc.;
fPHE undcrsisitied announces V^l be .pack.-* GoO<ls ;in
1 'Victorin ft-if thcXJo\wr Oountry; an��i m'anutoct��re*
Brtcs fdr.-M'ilis, Morclmht*, ::hntl Farmer^.. Alt kimH
of Machitic.Sewiu si done.   .OrUors .pr*>mpily atteiulcU
to ' '"'���''"���' : /���'���." - '���:��� V- .D.; KAUFMAN,-
A. G-ILMC^,,,'.,,..
-���..������rPX\;t'\ 'f, /YATES'; STREET,'     X":"P  '
HAS on liand, and is conatWntlv rer-^ '
assortment of -CLOTHS- CAfi?Uf^��S?g- a-1*��
INQS, which be is pro^^^^r ^
most approved styles.,     v " ^ ���   i? ����K in the
'������ ' ' '"' ���'���-������ :-'   '���������  ���   '���'������       '������    - --'v;:/-- '; ������ vf 6ai���':..���
fff'^^P ^^/P'NLAYSolJj^
Fort street,Tiotoria, V.I.. ���
gpare rio efTort in selecting aiid kecnlnp ft�� W _
motit of tbe choicest articles iUZlZS&
To.large consumers tlieyoHcr everyraoilhvSS"
prices   tifl^nnlHyv'. \' /; fl. Yfff- * SSTp(��m
I^VKD; AGENT, Etc.,        V f
_..-.',_  CJOrHRSMKXT- StrKKT, VlCXOfiU, V, _ '' '
^Alibu^esscaremlly raatfpnnctBa���yftU���nde<Jlo
"ay 1, 1868. ��� *     .!:' ��� .������-'.'.'_
[of de
Yat es St.  Vi e t ori a.
Xmp&rleri autl Gt-neralComnitssloh irtirchants..  ;";
Parties smp_^ii_-Wtfe"OiV^^^^?n��??^
A 1 arge: ass or tm t- n t of Dry Good ?, Ui.q uors\ ail *1.0 r
i'.'? -, ���        ' CL-ri es cons tan 11 jr, on. hau'ti,: ,.; .* f::
Whaff'SircctV ""Tf f ���'���-.'   --'.;;.!:.  : -���
:���' May 1.1S69: '-'.:,>  .";,.���"."!" v:';"
Victoria, >r. I.
am- v
Wilson ahd Cri rria^e Makcts _
��� OF
. [Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1SG2],
CAPITAL,    -  -   -'--..-  $2,500,000.
With power to increase.
-   Drafts issued on the Bank's branches
In the United States :
OREGON, f   -       -       PORTLAND:
NEW YORK,     -   Messrs. Beix & Goxdry.
Agents.fbr the Bank of Montreal.
Orders from thcuppJr country snljcited and .atlanded
-���������'��� -u��-vvHh; iilspatch.-' ..'������'
Mayl.ISfeO.' ff'-: f:\     ������   '   '' . ..'6m;./
Paoinc  Telegraph
,.,,,    ��� .-       , ....     . ���      -,- .-.,-, to���: We marked1 "Per Barnard*s Express, SLOW*'--
tben, did the United States g<>7OTiB^5tratoh4-^^te0 they -wiUhe, sent -oyfegnlar Express and
a hand to help Canada. !The^expenditnre-ibf 1 charged accordingly.   '.. ;���,-   ���-; f  Xf ffi'-"f ���'���-������ ���  4f. \Vii30n an<i v3^S�� --l��.-s���'-sy ;;.���=.
iL     t>       ��� ui    ���:������     r ^-rirAaAarv '1-^ I    Shippers may depend on the regularity of these   Blacksmiths, etc, -fi^er mm? til-St.. Victoria, hot
.   the Province bad  risen fvom:.$100,000;...^ P^c^^n ahiilconnoritit Streets. ^cstsUie.
"   .   .$2,000,000.  Out of tbese occurrences Canada^ \eome;:v%n.gHt.. ���    '       \.       _t?'T'r^i�����*_n     ��   : ' ������'?r-"-'-" ������=��� ;���-^-:"  -w'':;   ""���' >   :"'
V"._.-::-.-V. .     ...     TT  .f f ci ., -='���'"'<��� :'-;A,3l   ,Mav.l4-18G9.-. y. J. BARNARD,,, ;
bad ��� a claim against the United States tancn l      -���  :?...- ^    -:--." ;���- ���������������������-������������--,-���=-��������� = ������������.:���:���-������- -���������_
6tro n g'e r th an th ji t u rge d agal asfc. Great'Britain j jyvyyJQVf,^__T_*t    ��� t6   ' TT2b (j��!4 S 1' !
oil account of thc 'Alabama. *... ��� ffffjX.. '.'.('   ;.,.   * ':; . f '���        ' -^-^ ":":'; ��� '.'r/:;'-"': '?."* ' '
: The bon. gentleman concluded as"follows:
.** Let our legislation be so directed that we
should seek to administer the powOrscpndded
to us, so as to govern-well tbese Provinces
now linked together, and to develop; efficient Iy the resources of the great. unknown
country to the west of us, and if the time
should come, anil he trusted it might, be re-
.ciote;'when, eiiher.from...choice or necessity
 ���;      ��� '.' . ���������������������;���.��������� ���"-.--"��       *���'
the policy of England should require this
,     '   country to go. forth* to take her;place among
.;": the nationsi after the growth of our popula-
. tloUi;- our,';iustituUons;f and our resources bad
been developed runue^
��� be b0e&.that when we;ceased to be British
> we should at least become wholly Canadians^
jjl. YaleiB. C, will he forwarded to any part of
the Colony, on the most reasonable terms, free ot commission:' :���',;;*-.:, AGENTS: p     .        '
Millara & Beedy,    \       Bcnoiiyipn & Kurtz,'    )   .
Victoria.          / Barkerrilie. /
Barkerville, April 17th, 1869.;-  :    v   > '
May 1. IS60.
AXii'X. i\Vfj\ST?.ICO, Pmpriet0r.
, %    ff * rO HMAK. El h    ' JK W E LLEJt".   A:N D   jfeif-
ff ,J^ IJ     gra-vor,   Gov.-rn rn ��??s t sI. r.eM,. 'n ^.x V i o t- Ii _
ON CANADA-The Bank of Montreal.
ON {SCOTLAND���The British  Linen
pany's Bank.
ON IRELAND���Tbe Bank of Ireland:
T .1-- T-��..        t . r .-
A Box. O rgan���The ear. ���.
,;Kote.fov dull people-T-B sharp,
��� A:.bad omeuT-to owe men monev.
fA 'Sky Lark���Going up in a b alio on-
������':';:=.Ghiidres-rSmall issues of legal tender.
A etrapptog fellow���the schoolmaster.
The son that shines for all���a boob black.
; The  hardships  of the ocean���The iron-
.yXxr       , _*'   ttm    tit   m.       ,   - Loudon Bank   of .Mexico   and   South
������'The Man afe the Wheel"���The veloeipe-f       America,
destnait.   . (OK EXGLAKD^TUo Bank of British Coluni-
A/young lady advertises to teaca " vccaV\        Via���-Head OlVice���East Iddla  Avcn\ie.
singing/.? |       Leaden halt street.
The '-buaip. of destructiveness"���a railway
���collision- '", '
Lovers like armies get along well enough
till engaged.
Galloping consumption���Dinner at a railroad restaurant.
���"���,."' A Sea 00 n Co rami ttsein an writes: ���*' We
bare & schoolbousc large enough to accommodate *QQ pupils four stories high."
It is not the sharpest people who succeed
tbe best. Many an instrument is so keea that
it cuts those who handle it worst of all
Wives in the suburbs of Cincinnati are
.._..^,  *_,  t__ Buuuius  itfi  oiucin
jubilant at  the  presence  of  highwaymen.
Their -itusbands -do aotdare to be out" after
Qvim\*A on Victoria, S;��n Fr;iuci;sco,  Portland  and
'   , New York. '
Every de-cr-plion ef Baafciisg Bu^ino��k tr_3i3flctadL
^ it AIR LEU 3   j 0 \" PT-   Afhui
Wi!fi.am Crcefc, Cariboo, tfJ^ A&litt"
A.  McPlierson,      ^5
��� AND ���
BarfcCfTite, my 1, 1S69.
\ Gr.-'O. GrERQW;\    :.
* .     Corner.Government nnd. Pandora Btreela,     . .
-j&ist ^(.Ui. VhrUiria, V. f.,.' .        *��� J;_
Executes orders for every,, *fescr|j>th"-n of-./vcli'lclc.    A
. g-e n c r.i J rr=4j ortn i en t o|* H' -*��� ��*ns a 1 way son 1 s a n 'J,
Ma y 1, 1 �� GO.'        C n rxv -Am' Ca st f.       * G i n
:    A. -CASAMAYQIir ���"*"
���Wholesale Dealer in��� '
G-roceries,   Provisions,
Havana. Ci gars, a n _. I* ren oh Prtse r v es. ,'    (
Yates Street,'        -       -       -   : -Victoria, V. I., B. C.
Oo^yboM^fOq^Q \f
X.C ,\ BARLOW desirfif? to. inform ;' the "people Jorthe
lXf: 1 nicilor and upper country^ that, having ob-
ttti n ctt thre ii ocessnry; machihcry: and tinware, be ia
no��* prepared to furnish nflrst/class quahiy of PoiTw
rq^tort,.prepare(l anU put up In,tins, accortjingio ibo
latest approved scion title; priuciples, ,and warraaisit
tobo superior toany other.; __1^_^
^GroccneSj Dry GoouSi-:Tlnware1 iClotlling: ���-Garden"--^B^^S'Mr B
Kiol'd 'afi��l other Seeds, English aud Colonial. 1 WSSSm.t.,�� -.
���;.-:Yale.vMRy.li'lSBO.'w.������������.���':���. ;;-       .'-,-':-. "  -'.
'Front Street, Yale, British Columbia.   >
THIS House has excellentiaccomniodalion; forTn-
��� l vol 1 era. ���Good beds, superior.fare,and tlie bejt
of Liquors at tho Bar.   . Siahlihg; for animals j Haj
and Oats at'tho lowest rates.
. il;iy;i; 1SC9.:  w,:  KILLIY & ^AXE,froprielors;
hs th
|no pi
f-if   ���
I New
fwas r
Hlspcositigf;C.h'oin \H and;--Druggist.'; 1 mportor of Eo{
..     lisH Drug^Citemicals^I^itent iucin'clnes, and i
Perfumeryi Kow Westminster. B. C.
'"������"  Orders from1 a jvcountry carefully attended to.-.
May.l; IS C&ff ���.���-..'.' ;;;-;' ft- f-fff. fM
',in     ; i '   mi " ii .    ��� v .        ' ���   i ' ���:
^pHOif^S" WAI^H, Tailor, Kaw \yestmInner, if
X Ctoihlhjj made to order at moderate nits'. - Al
w ays ori hn n d, Engl Ish and O rcgoh; Cloths; Order
from the ,��p-co u n t ry  attend ed  to   with care an*
<l is pa tub. ;,'' ��� ������';���' ��� '�����
: forun
Importers of English Merchandise,
An invoice of good Btylft three.ply and Tap^?trvCar
pets jn hi recejvrrd.
Masonic Building, Government Street, Victoria, B. C
June 1, ]8G��>. l>ru
gov���j::oiext sthbet, victoria,
J. h. TuaSjER a co.,
��� nwHitmn* as ���
English   and French Silk?. Shawls, Dresses
Un'lerclolhin^, Gloves, nnd every
description of Drupc-rv Goods*
H-ooive r-gu3.,r *.uW.ijk^ by J^pr.^^ via Panama
an i i��y ��aiJ i n - ve^ u b, v j.-��. <j;;. ,><��� h <, rn.
*SBr Par11f;u 1 ;ir utu-.11!,it,ji _i vfn, i.r, .,j\ (lYfjf.rs rgga
London Firm���J. V Trr.-.'KT^Li, As Co '
ESTABLISH!:;/.!,   18,0^
SBB      :
wn-ners'  Provision. Store,fe>-riim
,"���;;; ;__��� door^m^h.m<* . ^miff
in tl)
-1 ������, Medicines, etc., etc. . ,
^  s_i_____i,u l"
B'��, Jkvi CoH-oc Boated and Ground DAILY. -���>����_.��_
mK a very low figure. W   K��f��,, is
rob. 20, 1809.      _____ ��� ���"j p|j��l!0   ,
x" Brewery /-.���p^
^mfif -
KERR   &
Feb. 6,1860.
i\CSo5^________-- T"J "
vii  Volkenhurg *
on hand.


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