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 !4$ji^^^  ";������������������8u.bstori_)ti6rin,.-; 7.i6..QCentspeJrWeek.Jj  / /^04lJ4 ^P<^/'*^v -.-;'/.tf;u -PPXPf.f>tie 4  ';T; **7'; '' '     ." '. I"'   '...'��������� :.'.'' ,''���������-. "������������������ ' '' '"    '������ r ' ..'. .'    ' '������������������f*A'''-  "  :?4^-^roWe-sq#ir:c/tbne-! nch)/ firaf lnsr*Vi lori*,: -;..-.$3j  .1 -; -:. .,.,a   .? * ���������*���������* .";<- 'orYtVmonl)],' - -   *     5 j  444H-' V'-'a>-'CcfeKriTN"GtrLCH.f /4 ./^r.u.44*ft/  May "20���������Reid...co^���������Utjcor,dftd, jn favor"fov,j  ���������J;>E,;PaUerso ii fM��������� Si/Pen dergii stv Hv Raiujal 11  John tf%me; vfi$$i^'&tyfr[!?������ffim  son;-each/l /.fnlL/ .interest; ;;.vV,/:So^veli,;On^;  qua r te r of 11 n te rest;; ro-re 00 rd of s a id- $$���������������}  conj������isitinffr6f������:l-270,Q leek 4 / A"v^   M  1 / May 23���������MHiite Pine - coi^Recorded-in;  ,tavor ofSW.;B;���������Cainermif^t2-������/interesis '&$)/  ^S^Il^lii^^Uii^Dftfti 2:int<M&5 ���������  consisting, of 120pieet erVei^ clajfas,,3.200 feet  hill clnuM-^ti^tl^&^^t^ijrle^fjicV$H)0-:fce^; hilJ  ciaims on the west side ;J re/record. J  ?  ^nn^f^6ry:t..fffflf  .; ������������������-.,- j.ii'./,;.,.,-- )6TOUT).ucr.CT,1;.i;;!./; ;; .>  ���������������. '-���������. :.'���������-    '.-���������������������������L^-,..,   .       ,���������*_   =���������    -   -���������-u.v.vrtr? Tki.'-ciiLli.u" 'Ti  ;,'/'., ,r ���������������������������:', i, |:-; v-*. -t, r,   ..... ���������-.-������- ' i Ail   y^AtiiV'fyfYtA . lAAfl i  (;^///.:b>-/./)w-4^/^___������gB:4^:^  *..,^.^;,->,%> t.j,-v. if:,:(A,>u.;������ -a- y '.; ;/-v-/H ���������;/.'v''i',.i/ ,  (Thos4Mftr:aingnthe'wbo1e'trl:U  ^0;feet:hillind' 800 foet1 creel? cla^nis/v^' ������>  /a|  i ���������������������������':?- ���������/iS'.'^-'tl  ://"'-:;-//./-/^-S  /:4;;4/://;4:|i  4  ;//;!  - ;44v ^ ftf'^^^^^^^^ . *'- ffin^f^  ...;./. /;;i (o/4'*'/w" ^>*';^'<'4- ?^;i<-r^-//. ,-?r  \ < ^-B^LT. IS ������ rt. O OX'U Rt B Ii'A*v'U<  ���������r-J  .-4?   *? t V;   ^r'  ^ILZS'Tiffi   <<     ���������������������������.:.. *nll  4-1  //I/  . AY  ff  ���������     ��������� 'BOITOBIAL CORRESPONDENCE-'      .  ;//4^/;;;,��������� ^-.-'.r4?s --;/^i'iy.a������f-fff -aaaYaa mmXlf  mmyfffmmfiMxim  /'.;.- -.;������������������ ���������;/������������������/���������   .,/&;$'  '  _____!_;  il  s  I  n  11  i  n  ,w,*pnii^05v!ft"*f?iv7add),lv;in^ lffif?f������ Tri tbe c.han'cp.  -tif (V.iVtilng, the , Pteamor, allboajrh I think'it  ;/*;5iy:f44fl:^^  ijHi-'b������'\ve. Po^tOffice Inppect6rvlftflvesrnext  - ~ ^w%)c^|fe:BrilT^h' Oo? n mb 1 a^^''In^T'^pecf to the  * ku bj4c4of ep.ta K; llph|n}r money, ord - 'J ^ffi^^s ;in  ;  =5 ciin t%ti������Vn/with iQnm rl ?������/3be������ lpliVa.ilce Minls-  iio; a. qiiestion put by thef member to,Oapboo",  '   ^thrtf 1 heItfsjpctor ^oolit^ tetTiic^yto fe-;  4feattttmf 4^B?i;ter$"-. rocfc is!toylie blasted.lat  .. .-   ,    ���������.. ^ jj^i^ q^f Bnblib Works!  flays ago in. rej 1W to��������� a qnea-j  iter, for^/aljtf; .th^tbe Hoiise  -,.,...-���������.���������,���������,,......,,...���������,,,... ,:o?nnvjc% nn*ii|)pr^pnatton4  4r^HdrJ>v ^lie-'Eii iina^^wbi^  . ���������^A__it^r������^ii&m is  l set id u w t������ umi erjthat?bep.d.', ,, ft-- fH ,. XX f ���������?  ;''^0:|;Sfrpra&i3iwili^Vffi^do^  ��������� n fe Ws.: cl ay;ptr a 'iFTn^'n i i O^ied above.,   However.  B.S*l^|ma1|aJbn^e^  .*. -.' "ndvanc������.i::! Iheludin\g. tbe"subskly 0f $214,000.  ;!(Jj^abojit $*3Q.000^oestp: ^t^Co!u^a|tbe  ���������.'"' j i ri lid jVal 1 temsof w t) i ch aVe sf i. 6 0 0' for'p os'ta 1  4^orvic9 'J?'vftu Id inter cnstoinibopf e^ f po������i ^ffice  '"' VricT ftfcft ri e;- In fejpftal) $ 4'5.01)6';: fe * egi afi i :1 ine.  Js$?9.ty)^^ Indians,,$20Mft:;' fn'olleeUii^ ;cus.  v "iibnis^feOjdOO f ;;lftbf.H6ife^ $f6.600'V-forWr;  .(,vey8 and p)nus i of u penitonWary;V So.000 .js  jlput'down. i|These/topic^'\irill;prblia;tt^pro-  .   /inole^ome diMcnssioii.       ^, 4 .'-:���������':  ** '.I *jl'Slfe- CJ,enVRe ISi/.Q^iiwriilinnl^^^^^  4 -ofter m>i king a powerful speech in"Iniro^umpg  J4it)^v Call aria pKcifiejj jjiaii?vvay/liilj.:;; Ho^mni-  '"I .... pVses to pi ve; |_VGoyeVnmen fTpower to;make  ., :j ^0."iagsrejenifnt ���������*wUjv'.^iiv';.pjngU coinp^yi (ir  "h ^n\ a Iia nrd* ed,l com planies,M ..iu ��������� b ml d tfie ro ad  ;\ . "Ianfl; in "ajternale l>lo;clcs".zu miysjwwp ��������� on  ���������������������������; -eacK side ot'tue'line^ and i:v mon/'y; what; be  . , /truly -.designated .as a small sum for ^(i/ji Vent  " Ian nnd������rte,king-4S5O.G0.O.;OOp.'.. Tbe discussion   /on. tb ia. \y i 11 come up oh t,h e, seen h (I read i n g in  ..  a Ie w/ d a<y a.':; I;" sup p ose il^ere wit I be a stro ng  (. ,-opposition. fT'"." :ff ,;. Tf, X ' v/5-,/'.'.,'.,'������' ?." '"���������'  4; '. :,.The p*rand,'si 1 bjedl fov onf,sifte"convprsalion  :, ^nt.prosent is. the'.coming[bjill ���������;��������� tp %.e g\v;e 11; by.  "v-';tlie represe 1 itatlves of  Briiisb Colninbia' 6n!  ";'; T f 1st May.: Six ' by !Bevfn' bundretf ihyitiitions  "''   bav.e beeii issued, arid it is generally ppnsid-  ��������� m&d;��������� .that;it;: will be .the finest affair1 of;tbe  '' ^-Reason. . ft* i& V'~ f-'AA^B. T.  ���������:  Mr^fAiirie^qifSftO teet,^; re fecbrdi   * May/2-1���������ShnmH7 claim.r-^Reco rde(L<in favor  iofMf Biriimsyfcl.creefc /claim< on^ William^  creek. \ re-recora.; *?.*������s* -'/^/ ��������� /  'iff-^ a~ > "���������  ' May.2l~Garne:-co.^Recoraod in favor of  l: leu;   whi.i)Vi.j:v.������.'i������v'������i   .^-..  -y!     ,- -.  tlie'Welsh ������<>;;; to ;%ft4 Known wi he^arne-jcq. -���������*  Y. Mav; 22-^o1li|lair|/fe^fec"rdt������clin favor?  Tutere!<t ;^ ^ol^^jS^Wnson,-; Ij.^interest/^ re-:  :?every ^i^;'; si ti c^b^^iKofetfe  ���������the ^lilfic^ii&St������ir.^ he;  jiii^vii-wflj ������v.iu������.-;,���������,,,_.,. _... ... ���������_.  ���������  _    wovkinglof 'inany "claims so- expcnsivc������^tha(;  ,JFredrOftrneH00;.reet, lat-Hlv purchased, fromlmo������itxnmpauie8\nndeVia,fciDg'such.,eulerprise������  ������������������������������������--���������'"v ������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������< ��������� ������     ,..? ___i _l t. ���������*jc-������ ������w-^,; /. i>| ;bay e- been m e i^cain p.1 etelyg cr. i p p I ed^i n/inea nff.J-4  i iv in; co nci nsioui L^il/s.tMte^t^fc sbwi Id^be:  ir'e.ieetedy:;!* wi lfe'j������ jyef. t jie^^p re>st^n ty ^H i>iKti*x*/wh.i;^  appear^; to;;/ bliVjO^Jt^  p 1 e dg efj^rt/itjtir ajafc i m jia^Uui^sn ppo i\$\yjii i;le J  at/the; sain e^ ti m ejfcol iri tn .f f or ;;iin.y se! Kf tl^f u l| 1  - and; tr>������ itigh titor si Vppo r. t/ii u ey er^-^gi litnnle  ; way *my own^ 'conv1otipn^w;%ni$tij$$ejilf\]g:  Sinat^Tti/'Gi int^Ss':.-;/Te;rec^*d/';/S T-XXXTpf if  //May ��������� 2$4-Deii (Iw.oSdVciTi.^i:Recorded: in favor  -. '���������,.. :<;/-- '4^  -j    - .nuudrea^ana 8tfveiM.y^,wo.v'     ���������/*.,. ?^ 1     ,   -  <"  ->>   ���������-  '   '     '��������� -If. M/BAU,.' i  ^;m,T8-��������� --"- ���������>turrimg-0nicer4- - -  ,___:���������4~~���������~4;4"- '-"-������������������' ^r-^r^-^-^x^  .4^t-i4/4/-^/'4^m-v^K4 ������ /-4 /4--^.^:/ 4-:��������� f  ffitfmXff'ffMfyfy 'if:  ffy.fAfffffHfiffftf^ .. ��������� :-.���������  -'. i/'/i. ���������.-.'/  "'���������-���������;'..".  ���������-���������" :;/���������.:;  ,;��������� -A'\:.-  -.���������������������������������������������.:���������..;������������������  -���������������������������.. ���������::[.;  ;-  . 4 ���������  :.:', ^  ���������t.Mi  *i" ���������/.!������������������,*..������������������.���������.  -.'���������. :i'.-  ���������A. ���������"���������''���������-if  ��������� ���������ll'.^'!"i':  :.,.-.-::-;J;  .-/;;-������������������.:.  xy  Y-.  'A   Y'  iffy  1 :������������������;���������; :  -jr,  flf  tfl  ::'���������'. *A''i  ...  ���������-'���������": ft  ;-Vj..;"'.\V  fff  /.'���������-,'   N   .'  ;'/..;���������';-/  ��������� f'f  i-fyf  %i > 1^1  :.'*:;.���������  t Wm./A.,;il.ones..Ofi\m,i 11 tergaiMj;j;,:.;������-ii:iiuiu^  * rflayr,2T^ilfjcorded; itifavor ofThos^ Hinds,  Francois ftu Ilier;eiVch ^J/ih^rests^ re-redord.  t 'May: !29rfSewfA \irora cp.^-Recorded in  favore,f N;S^Qst^r;-2pnteresjl8 j O.XJrqu-;  h ar t, 1 i , in teres t. ���������;.; J? B.- -Tli b va pson. 34 in t eS'  est!:;: ���������re^r'ecbrS: of ''500' \e&tf "'���������' '���������������������������' ���������' - ���������  I niv -inwre������i.,'-tw : x   ou^������. ,.-   -������. ���������.-., - /r ���������-,*, /...; ft f fff fftf' ���������" f f   l-"f *s f"A,A>%f  i^^fc'%^ffimtr^YM^li aAA,A .,,/������������������������ /Ir,.f,vfi/-.*K  -..':��������� ���������'.,-. ���������>_s,'i*'L-u^i'J^rtWA' i.^ViM ft^ki������rvice and-as-- ���������     /-'" ��������� ��������� - -^  ��������� -^ ^ ^-^.-'^ - a- ,,,-.  ./-;*.  District;  and as I have.no n^mmuoii,utyui������.  p������'Oie^oua and^blii^^  have Whe" addiLioiwV- ^enn t_/ " tftat 11.:^vm,pg,  not? *WlS ' V ^prW*?v*>ott;; honrtilf  und fair1yi.:rbu1Ms6H  * sistatvctvto ^he/Bistrjcfcir-.; *������������������-''!������ J \ fi    - ��������� 1  "������������������ ^" I1 'tiaveStheHibnrfr W he; Gentleinen;    , v  ;       4%6lLL%yfit?ob(lt;''servani... /      ;4,  / i/,4j.()iiN G. ]iAEtN8T0N4:;  !krkervlUe/^ay^^^>/;fe /.^ frffl;'1 ^ ^  .AfcHAM-"^  ARK nrf narM' to furnish .Lumber at their Mills,  WUliumCrcGl^ordthvkH to order,  ���������        f<<  mMti ;M/THB; SAME; rates, as. qn  fi$&������$f %$$$& "fty t' ..:������������������ ��������������������������� y.if!f f  VHavinjj a Planing Machiao,in operation thoy [will  also furnish .   ��������� '.--'-'  DR,ESi������Ei>* zJYlMBER  :_J;:_aU9fpctOJ^ sates.  BOlI  M:  ^mtftmt  ,;*K*   '-4      l'. J'     /;V*i- 'M  ''   V    /   ������*"{   U   -"    .^ 4* 'f  llliii  /"'���������;  ������������������������������������������������������.ii  :4vl  .,;..-���������������  /    I,  ���������/*/  ...  .r  ;���������;.'')  .i-jfc!-  And'Gaoi i>eliynryjvnd p] $i*i IMuS/Wilt bej  jielcl.ateac.ti of ibeuutlQrmOntioned pt|tco?^asj  follows;.:., '���������''���������ffffiff'tfyf ������'��������� 4;;;.���������;������������������������������������'.'/ v;-;-w 'r'"  New AVestminster,: Wednesday, 1st May. /  Yale, WundSy;'6'th:;&ay;r;v::"-''  . -'.:   ^.  livttx>h, T|in������ay^)ih'May. -���������;'��������� p; ;���������.: ';���������'  ;  OiintbuvTuesday^Hib'^ay.  *- ff < f  Quesnel,'fciivtiirdny;.���������5lh -May^ ^ -> ;  ,   Kichtieid^-Kndfiy?-al=h Jiyie^/:^ ;  ��������� HiclVheitl;Mon(li>v./aib Sepsember,���������;.;.,���������=  V :QuKneW:FiWay;x1.3i]v Sepl.em%fV/4 /,  'GliniOuV'Mruday,-28d September.; "Apf..;  -^yaii\!^^fP^^^}^^ T     '������������������'.     ���������  ::' Yale: Tiiesdayj;. 1st' Octo beV. ;..     ; ���������;;;;,. (    ���������  Fall ��������� Aky^'nt'l^ew Westminster; aiid Assizes (If/aii^y) ^Nanaimoandelsewlmre/U)  be ���������hereafter; fiKedXty. Uusinesa may gender  neceis������irv.vL:.;,'/;!/;���������/;; ff:> ���������*%���������?���������'-%1L^s^'iti- -,X  i.)alea^Victbi:ui, Joth ApnlrlS^. ,    -.   ; .;.-.  *";'������������������'"��������� ���������iiv'c'ommanu,"''" .  ff':  fl XL-  /v:4"Av:Ii0pSHJVR0riBRTSpN,'   f  v.: 4 cu provincial Seiireiar j. 0  ���������A'xn  General-' 'Agency. -  /ap?54f  JAMES   WICKHASVi;  4V :v' ' '       r*- Barkerviife-  .'SU^VJSYS:-;ANf>^liANS;KXK&^TiiU>'/;'  '; :-;i. 4 ���������'; ..:' ���������i:;.P" i^onab le rlerms.,;i; ���������.,;;4;1;* -"' ;.'  Y-'^T* Orders Mjt/at^  will be^attended^.Ji0vj T k-ff';, a ��������� ��������� ;^/ujy2p:-U'   ���������'  iKmMWA'&MifPSfffilHS TaEGARIBW^Tiffl  SATURDAY, JUNE 15." W2.  DOMINION DAY OeLEBUAWON.  -'Oni Wednesday ^ewmnjr, tlie 52tb lost, fl  sjarjre and iiVflneuttttl meeiinjc of fhe ihjwbV  ^tants of Barkerville and its vicinity was held  ���������*%\h* Theatre 4n traVtownfor^kejpairpow ot  devising weans and adopting measures, to.  celebrate the anniversary of Domiaaon Day  in a winner befitting the occasion-   Mr Davison waa appointed chairman, and Mr Barn-  *Uin acted as secretary. A^nerai committee  ���������of about fifty was appomteil, with power to  :ndd to tbeU* numln'r.'from'whoni the managing-committee Avaa ttiil������*i)t and to the latter  body pbwer was.^wen-itp! appoint the sub*  -committees. IThe meeting passed off well, and  W< understand measure* will be  at  once  adopted'io ^naave a succesalMt fcelebratfoo ot.  the day in Barkerville.   To carry out the.  scheme ^ro.perly,notiwoucht to be .given in.  -���������rn Eineedf and rpiibiic a manner:*������"possible to  ihe putiyiug districts and creeks, in order  that people living in these sections ehoitld  Sjave du> notice of-all pports, &c.t that they  tstay  wish to indnlge in.or see, provided  they favor us with'their oomrjany.  We would  also ������ijggest/if :the committee^n sporta should  >decio^ that tUeWahmitd ^a-sny/h^se-r^ing,  "'.thai information be seat as soon asipractte-  ���������;iil)le to^ne^nel. Soda Creek, and ^her^laces  ���������where racing ^ck:;is;kept,>o that owners of  &otsei should ���������iimve time; to Ibrlng their ahi:  ������mais on t lie track in passa b 1 e coh<litio������.   -'  ..- *\.Tl������e>.'fplJpw1^./;^������tWttien were appointed  *it/a-general fcpimntoiee^M^^  Todd; ��������� Morris,-F  \T_Var^tu������VFearcy, lirijfgs^nMd/ Byrnes* Bpwr  ;ro^ Cowley, Bibby/^  niackV NeufeWer. /Lallier;;/Rankin,/ Turley,  .Kelly/ Elder, WilliamB and Pascee/   From  - Whfo b^dy .-subcommittees Xm ��������� siibswifitions,  ipOrtfl; I muaicy/ decorations and /iHre#t8\have  ?l>een: taken' foo that Hinay- no w be/seen that  4be>e;i9 ere/ry c ha nee not t liefest ivitfea -oil, j Dp ���������  :^iniou'I)ay^bek^;a4noceas. f'ff'f .���������fff.'f]  com* from Mont real, Toronto, Kingston, and  other places. The b������dl room was decorated  with banners/ ujottoes evergreens, artificial  flowers. Ctiinese lantern*. &e.4 h* the ioo9t  iinfrefoj manner, anfi she whole :-������ffaw.-; was a  complete sneers and afforded the highest  satisfaction.to every one.; in a political point  ������of view l belieVe it has been of great-service  to British Columbia, having been t1m means  of bringing the province into more prominent  notice. A heady enqukiea wgatttfng its cli  mat* and resowrcesare beginning to.be made  i n al 1 q u arters, imil iff* he re vre re oil 1 y, som e  cheaper-and easier weans ofacoees a good  many settlers would socku tSnd their way to  the' Pacific province.' A good deai of pom-  raent has been,made;era five lacIfbat whether  by.:accid*Htor.rhtes^onskmeof t4>������ leading  members of the Opposition were present at  the ball, although on Hie-motimi of Sir George  Oai tier,.seconded by Mr Mackenzie,, the Op-  ^osr^ow leackr. tlw Mouse adijourned at six  ���������e'clock that evening,'the only opposition  made having %eeu $y .a ������ie_fber who from  some, ^reputed sba-rp' practice in supplying  ���������milk'to a chee*e taetory er_oys the soubriquet  of "SkimXM&'.Bnijwell." Our members  ibave been.^ery Jreg������dar in tbel^ attendance at  ihe Housed notli'neof them I Relieve having  aofar missed a smgle-day Ts atteqdance, and  thei r votes haf!������ -been, as eg peeted, i n favor  of the/Ministry., jT.be mavjgatioii of, the St.  tjawrence. and/the' Ottawa ^has beeuopen for  aboil ta weelt.. <5 reat tmpro^'etnents ; in the  0 tt a wa. Caaafla are beiiig m adp/. A. pi easn re  eject i rsion' - wa������ ^i yen I as t Sal ur.day to G reiv  ViJIe by trf>e u>eial)eii������;f<w';;tliev Ottawa valley.  Locks air������ b^ing biiiU on t^tGrenvilie. Cana^  to -a ccoinraoiu te. a -wiicli iaflrger. cla������a.. of vessels. TT T|i e can al wflijbe open fo r navigatio n  in a f e w*d avfli a nd . t h������ 6m ber ��������� rafi s; from  abpFe>v^iiilsapa' toe .cp������ang down.in large  nitmVe'i-B.' / ���������. .-^ Ta.: -.,/��������� i-yf ��������� ���������'  :; T ha wea ther fo as been very; changeable, here  of 1 ateVv !'pt and cold atternate)y with a few.  ���������bo wers'pf Tain.,The spring is siiI\ very backward, and. I hitve riot yeUiad the:opportunity  of. seeing a map4e leaf, ^>ri4i;fact a leaf ot any  30>Pt..-.��������� ���������,-....       ���������      ;.. ��������� ��������� - "��������� ;..-������������������-..'.!,. : ��������� .*^'������.S.,:T.-.-'-  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS^  3CC  JUST RECEIVED,  9  OFFERED CHEAP FOR CASH.  We have a Choice lot of  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  To the Electors of the Cari-  boo District J  435?\TLi?XKVt���������Having Imh'h r^qa^t^l by a number  of Voivrc on LightDin^ nntl WilUim Cr.������ek* to Binnu  which can be |mrcbaBed at greatly reduced  rates. ���������      . ,       .   ;         .     'fXf'f  ������&��������� All   those   wanting   Goods,   either  Wholesaler fietail. at a BIG REDUCTION,  had better eome soon, as our stock is fast decreasing.    ,     '  , ie8   . 0PPKNnEIN?KU BROS.  ^ivfEblTdEIAtVC^ ���������  ff'f yyyy* ���������.*���������'[". o^awa. s_ay 16.1872. x  L/,fe>ceI.laet wrote meat off the>itiapVrtant  ^maaftn rvs <f 4he iessio n tin ve: been be i.i j re tb.e  *Htftwe;0f-Commons i^n one way: or other.   Sir-\  "R^ricti  has  submitted  the  Budger; which  nhows a very favorable state of affairs, flier*  John's   Day  Celebration.  THE FESTIVAL OF ST. JOHN THE  Uaptisf, MONOAY. .Tutu* 24, 1S7_, will be  oelobr.it^d bv  CAIUBOU L0fX5K,  No. 4,  ������ k A. M.j at. KU������HTt^ciockp:m. .  Tho Tostatlation of. 0(Jlc������-r.> for the eesuiag year  wilt tiiku place atTHKKE o'clock p.m.  All .*<;jf.urniDg Bictbron in _oua fctan<ting are la  vlicti to attend. :  -"      -   ���������-' .        j1-'^  Mining Claim for Sale,  Oi^E-HALy OF THE WHOLE OF THE  ��������� gr<������an<l h������W *'V the     ;  WILLIAM Ol^EEK.  /.Apply*on;tho Claim to .  mylB I'm   : Or  ���������i  TROS. PWFRY,  joax-Hruiv" :  Barsatoh BxPRKfiji left on Sunday, the 5t1i  i net.. ca r ry i ng a inwi | j/etcf>ree������. and t he Tot lo w-  lag passenger* s���������Misa Ida -TlaH and..Mr/.Robt.  BSahan.. 'to\Yal*i;Ci^^.yaticjt?- Degbie and Mr  ;C. fi.Ppoiey^ Rejjistrar -.fhtpTnraO;^ Court, and  gerVant, aud oiie(Clanaroan, to. Queanel. Tl) e  fb)lowing ������������������ passengers��������� /wiIt leave to^mbrrow;  iiy. the e^me E^re85_~-Tbomaa Dunat������n. XaaV  4ob,5Thoa. Job, IJev, Mr Hall. Jdhn Pattef^on,  EliziOi������fi. and two pnaontT?.. '    s    A  ;Votks ��������� R ruist eheo.���������Eigh ty-u I p e Totenliave  been,reeia*������*r<kd ������n 1/chining Creek, and .2?^  ���������6n William Creelc.4 We hav������ to . thanl? X H.  T/uld, Esq, J-P./foc tbe-regi������tratioh/6i'a" lai i e  number of tnese ������������������ votes, t^pe<iially on . Hi 8  creek", as that gentleman wa.i kind enough to  ^ng a Burins of !^^^������Jj^f *\Z I ������������pplj the terms necessary for the pur^:8e.  ^liahHF-si .ce announced that m:. view of the     \* J ������������������ ?.. ������������������     .        l  1    For>RTH of Jn.T.���������We understand that ac-  heing taken by onr  Stit? on tea and "coffee beinR taken off in the  *Cartiera reaolutlona; r������8pecting toe   IVilc firewoika in the wenmg-   We hope all 4*and������  Rutway; but the second reading of the bill will have a jolly tune.  ��������� h isini fc coine pff������yet/. The Bchenie is perfectly  KBife to-pass. -The debate <n the Washington  Treaty is now going on. Sir John introduced  the bill sanctioning the Canadian -clause* laid  week, and made ^ splendid spewh of five  hours in length; in its advocacy,   .lite oecond  reading caane up two days ago, when Mr  Biake^nadea-tog/apecwil/pW.dirig speech  against.the .biH4.w1iich.w������s ably replied to fey,  Mr McDougall.   1%������- debate was adjourned  ���������-���������till to day. and will probably occupy another  *flay yet.   The Treaty; wil 1.1 believe, be rati-  :lfed by a m^j nrM y o t  be tw<jen  40. and 50. as  ^ia������ been foreshadowed by the resiiit of a pre-  ��������� li mi nary attack made on the .policy of the  Government a'few day* since in regird to the  Fenian raid claims, when  their course was  Sustained by,a miyority of 43.   There Inwe  ?been so me * h ai'p t> iiseagea he tw een Sir J oh n  ^anii XMt^'Ma'ckeiifBia.,' rather personal in their  ihature.".to wbrch the former had ^decided ly  .', the'best    ;, f-.t ���������'"... .:���������-,. .   XT \  ���������!^_e afrfcve irre the principal matters which  -vrXil oocu-py the attention of l*arliament th is  ^ef^nt   There are over a hundred private  ' bills to ^)e disposed o f, bn t once t lie greats is  ~*n es: lire -'.wiped 'Off 'i he * others f^will be go t  ' 1 hrongh pretty tjiiickiy. and the 'firat week of  -Jnne His t������ be Imped will witness the terntin-  ���������ation of tbe existence of the first parliament  Kif tlie *D*nnitiion.: *i^he /Jlall  given by the  j j r i t is h Co I it mb i a Set < ators and An em b era o I  ; the :Ho11se of -Gommana <was tl������e -ermnd*������flt  ^tfnir'������>f the soVt ��������� wliiohiias been given in <h������  ;���������*'���������' i ii t al -sin ce the' vj.ai t <������f the P ni free of Wa tes.  T1.������i-e were-over 700 guests presetit. iac.liiding:  n l \)i r; G o vc-rno r Gen era I a nd staff. La d y L isfr a r,  wi������h her niece. Miss Dalton. the ackr^vb'dufeci  Lean ty.of Ottawa, most of the Cahinet Minis-  Uprs. a larjn? .number of the legist tors, many  {military officers in uniform, and the elite and  Wauty not alone of.Ottawa but of many of  ���������41^' .������tLer cities .of Caa&da? parties having  _4SW ADVERTISEMENTS  Ob Wednesday- July 3d,  GE0Ii<5E BTONE5  Has been infttructed by Mr Tarker to sell by  Anction, at Barkerville,  THE PAELOR SALOOK  AND CONTENTS,  B-AR    FIX T UR E8,  Glassware. Lamps, Mirror. Large Stove and  Piping, Tables, Chairs. A large quantity of  first rate LIQUORS.  i Tenders Wanted. \ \  ."���������:'-��������� . ��������� ���������   i   ��������� ��������� ������  Tenders will be received by tbe Forest Ro?e  /fcompany tip to the Six teen th. June, for the :  follo^ylng Timbers : '    ���������  15,000  Feet <_rood Sound  5,000;? Feet G-ood  Sound  Dry Balsam.  For further particulars, apply to ttw-Fore  manor Secretary.     -   ..--���������; ;  The lowest or any Tender not necesgarily  accepted    Terms cash. ���������  TIIOMAS/L. RHIGGS,  iel     ��������� ^eeietarv Forest Rose Co  ; Carpet, 'Lounge, Arm Chair* Run ml Tables  and Table Covers,. Book Case, Stove snd  Drum; 'Lamps, Curtains, Table Cloths. /  :i--"^' /; /."/'    1CITCHEN,- 'X  Crock ery. Dishes, Pi a tes, C n ps and Sail cers.  Cu t le ry. "Cm e t s, IMWware, Flat I ro us, Cast  Iron Cook iug Stove.  Contauiing J)au*������le and Single Maitrees^s,  fIor������e4iair.ai������d.-Pnlii ; Pillows. Sheeting, ffl-  l o w Ca ������e ������. &&������r- poi rt t Blankets,! ledToo in  Carpetf*. ^ywskery Toilet sets. Looking  QI aases /Cn rfeii n s. Washst a ������ ds, Talrl ea, To wels.  fHOUSE   AND   LOT,  '^he Mouse1 contains Rar/ PaKor, Ten Bed  Rooms, Kite hen. and Outhouses.  "par KG RESERVE, .^g  Sale to -commence  at  halftpast   ELS7EN  jui*.;;  ���������     '' (Patented December 1st, 18C8.)  Leather (outside) Soles,  .:     Iron-clad Heels.  The usual wsy of noUinjs." I>athor Pules on KuMier  "Roots m;������k������������.s hol������5 quit'' through the Soles, which are  sure to le������'ik. Thoi;e Lwittur Soles nn? fan ion ed hy  nnchnrs vmbe<t<1ed iu the Rubber whm the Rpnts lire  tand^ but do not so through tho s������>lt*. The Boots  are therefore perfectly Water Proof, .an-.l the  Soles can be Mended wit limit inokins them  I i-ftk. Tli ey w i 11 wc a r t i ���������. ree t ������r f������m r tl m es longer than  tbe ordinary dbuuk'-syle.Kubber Boot*.  ItUBBKIl CLOTHING COMPANY,  363 Broad way, New Vork.  _I������chir������n Avenue, Chicigo.  60T Market street, San 1'raacisco,  FOR 9ALE BY  flilenee.. ...,.-..,     ,....  : I Hblall ?upp^rt no party, either Government, or Op.  positi(4i. tor thc mere anko. of parly, t^ut will alwry,  advocate those *ineusMr*k9 that are calculated t<������ pro.  mote the IntereFtof the District I represent an>l tb������  Province generally.  So many or the oW gtlrvanceft of this Province wer������  removed last session tlwt it is a har<i matter for me  to mention any mcnsur������.that I shall particularly ml-  v<������Ci������t������, hut ot this r.*Ht assured, that I shall endeavor  as much as lays in my power to see that the iatercata  of the whole district ar. not u -gl. cted.  I remain, Oetitletnen,  Your obdt. servant.  ABRAHAM BAKLOW.  Barkcrvl������������t May 21,1872. jel  To the Electors of Cariboo  4 District.  I HAVE been requested by a number of Mlnef9 sad  other gentleman-to oner myself its a Can-'iilatw t������  Oil the vacant seat in the l,<-jn>-'l.itive Assembly cre������  iiled by tlie r������'Signalion of MrCorrudiu's Boi.ith.  In response, I now offer myself, and respectfully  solicit y������mr suftrnges; ���������       '������������������.������������������    -'���������.-;������������������.':  1 will state briefly, that I will do ail th^t b������ys in  ri.y power |oi the presL-rvaUou c������f Mim?r^T exUiin,  rights and privities iii their integrity  I am very much opposed io the present'anbi^uoua  li Registration of Volts' Act." especially ** U.'applies und works in this section of the couuiry. Us ������e '���������  lion being nVther to disfranchise than to enfranchise  the ilini'r. 1 would theretnf endeavor to Inre It ab  altered and;amended as lo iucrease tbe iaeili'.ies of .  rrjii^trationaud r.nder tlie-Mim't's vole less change.  abh* and niorelHSlinjL'whenrtcofed "     ���������  ju view of the increasing imporlance of. Harvey,  Keithley, surrounding and way creeks, 1 would re������i  commend a postal subsidy, to be applied on the rouU  between Barkerville ������������d that District.  ., lu my opinion, it would be to Uu- lnl'-rrst of this  community to have a bri Ige built across the Quesnd  River at Quesnelmouth. I si.������'Ul<i cnsl<1er it my.  duty to recommend the erection of one at. the earliest  possible moment consistent with the financial utatsof  tbe Colony. ' * '      .   ��������� ;  In the; last session of tbe Provincial Parliament m  great many of the abuses then existing were rodr.?3������  ed, amendments to the Mininy:. Laws an.I oi-Vrr useful measures were inrro.-luced by the pre^'ht Mininiry  and passed by the H"ust\ the*Ministry ;-;cliuj{ ii: c-  cordsnee with tbe.wrjl understood ^.wish's . oi. the  people. As long as they continue so to act, they will  recoive my support. .iff   .  The Agricultural inierests will r������.1so have ivy M|t.,'n-  Uon, an I if-I be returned! shall consider H uiy my  to examine into the working of the i.nud I.*������y.>.a tb  support such -measures us tiave for iheiro'.j.ci.tl.*  ameudimnt of tbe ^imrt, and th<* framing ( f..th-.I, w������  so as to be bineflcial to tho preseut setlhr, an ������ *n  encouragement to immigration.  I m:iy state, in co'nclUP|on,.thatall good an t Urf������d';l  measures   will rccive my   support,  wln-ther   thry  emauate from tlie present .Ministry or froinvthe Oppo  sition, so long as tttAy'iio.not c'������ntiici" with the i_v f-  estsof any panicular sect in <d'the ColMityv/.*--  Should 1 be returned as your reprr'Si-ntittit^, y*ur  Interests 'will be my constant eiu <y������������������ to f^pri'.������< m  you faithfully, efllci.ntly and honestly iiiny.oDly ambition.   .-.'.,' if'^fT: .  I have the honor to be. Gonttemejj, ,   ���������  Your obedient servant,    .. /,  =4/;  EPWARD PEA^SW.  Barkerville, May 25? lfi?2. /;'toy^  jeS lui  ���������J  Wharf street. Victoria, B.C  els  ������<���������  'tigs  Sultablo tor Cariboo and tho neighborhood,  cm be obtained at    .  ?  <y  AT REASONABLE PRICES.  A Fresti Stock of Patent Medicine*..  Leeches, Lozencea, Stationery, Perfumery,  Klaatic Silk Siockiri<rs. Kn������e Caps, Socka and  Wrist let r. 1 m proved Should er Braces, Infants*  Feeding: Bot-Mea. India Rubber Teats, Hiogs  md Tabs for Teefching.  ^^ Teeth Extracted and  carefully Filled.  p&~ Prescriptions and Familj Eocipes ac-  irately prepared,..  :������__,  LIGHTNING   CREE  ���������ea  and complete assort  ���������p%r After .the laVof July, Goo^s will b*  rlelivei ed according to order ou all otiuide  ������^kS- J. iv. LINDHARD.  Van Winkle. June 5. 1872.  A LL PERSONS ABE HERFBT CATT-  A tinned Against negoMatlinr a VIx<)MlSSOKjr  NOTE drawn by ALKX: Me.WKA in Invent W. BOW,  MAX, and "n<iorsed to Vrmk Trivor word er, tor tiio  sum of $186 25,tluelst July, 1872. Any p������JJ������  returning tlio same ta tho undersiirnod will he ������"���������  SarUervlliff, Slay 81,1ST2, 4*  m  Sf.v  A*  m  *s  m������i  ���������  ii  B ��������� m  fl������  ti  iig!_i  m  mm  i  III RCAiai.OOSRNTlN V.l  SATUaOAVrSi/^K 15. 1872  . .QUESNELMOUTH.. , ��������� / . ���������  Qnesnelinniith. Jim* 14���������-Thesteamer Vic-  ���������toria arrived h������.re hit $$ip,m., oringingabout  10 tons freight and tw:j passengers.  Fogerty's pack train crossed the Fraser to������,  -day en route for/O mine**������~25 animal*.  Barnard's stage l������*ft liere this afternoon  with one passenger���������Mr Slerritt.  BarlowV stuge left thhj afternoon with full  load of freight  WeUher warra and cropsgenerally looking  Wftf.;-.  Two men arrived bere to������day from Oram-  ec*. bringing favorafc-ie news.  The Indians at CWIieoaten ordered off a  farmer named John "Salmon, and be le'lt after  burning ha own buildings and bay. Trouble  is feared fcow them when tbe surveying pactj  goes there.  SODA CREEK;  Soda Creek, June 14.���������JJarnard'a Express  and mail left, tb is morn in j?/early on steamer.  Dick Pfmre1s bull team unloaded at Soda  -creek yesterday.    Sperry and French Joe's  bull teams passed upwards yesterday, loaded  for D, Kart_, Wil linen Creek,   McKay's bull  /learn expected in te-'lay with;1 the Scat load  of flour frotn Harper's Mill.  YaLR.  -Yale, June 14���������Th������ Onward orought tip  40 tuns of freight venterday from New Westminster. No passengers.  '/ No lreig>itinjf gains: ������n. River falling.  ; Barnardrs.down express arrived last- evening, and left this morning for New Westminster.    4 *   ".  VICTORIA.   X  Victoria, June 13���������A midshipman named  Sill.  Monsing  to   ii, M. Scout, blew bis  drains.,_iit lust evening with a Snyder rifle  iii the jrun room <4 tl>e vessel.  The Prince Alfred ���������urived this afternoon,  /She  has  the small pox  on  board and has  kn-*r\ ordered into quaran'ine.   No communication is MIow#d with tbe vessel.  ���������'EUROPEAN.  n*Tli������/ Jut!-y12���������A bill K* being pr^������?������'l lb th*.  F'."'1'T;������1 Council providing for thc (Spulsr n nt all  .J>-z\xi%* !rom^*;r:,itiitir. t'ton iboujfh th������-y be natives.  . 'OiisrOf ttiV couusit iu tiic Ticiiliora������.*c;t������tt is *"X|)vcte:J  .>ii.T������! in-f> lew 'liiy* ������ n r >ou> for Austrnlia t<������ look up  selr**t.h  irid^nr" iifriidH-'thf* claimant to the estate  Un tbe iriad fur perjury now p-rhuing.  THE COMMONS SEAT/  Ewtok- Skntikki* :��������� Io - your issue of 1st  . Jiiiir ���������.yoii|~w������?Ve'' kind enough to give publicity/ to the report  that I would be a can-  -xlidate ������*t the next election lor a seat in the  Honseofj C<������mmon������, and  since that notice  appeared io your paper I And the idea ob  tains io a considerable extent.  In order to.get the puoUc  mind  at rest  ���������on the subject, I %v_|| here, state my feeling's  in tbe matter. Tbat I should clearly prize  the honor of  being   the   chosen   represent:  .utive of the Cariboo;Liltnoet district in the  House ol Commons 1 frankly admit, but  being a stioinch supporter  of   onr  present  ���������member, Mr J. S. Thompson, I could not  think of entering the field in opposition i*  bim. as I think he Las the first claim for the  ;di������iinguished honor of re-election, and should  bis present parliamentary record prove satisfactory I ahull do what little I can to again  help him to.thut' position.  Should -he   decline,   however.. to.��������� .bo. a  ��������� c-itnlidate for re-election, it is my present  intention in that event to become an aspirant.  for the political honor of a seat in the  House of Commons for ibe Oarim*e-Lillooet  district, of which 1 shall give due notice to  tbe electors. J. _I, Tow>.  Barkerville, June 14, 1872.  CORRECTION.^  Editor "SkntrNWi :-4In -your report of my  address last week to the electors nf Lightning  creek yon state I w*s in favor of postal subsidies being given to Harvey and ������* Lou-bee"  -creeks. I stated distinctly Harvey arid Keith,  ley. Further, vonr .report states that I expressed, myself strongly opposed to mining  ground being given to Kum & Lane. . I did  not once mention the names of Kurds <fc Lane*  I epoke of the principle of grant*. Tbe  miners understood me well, By inserting  the' afo ft ve cor ree t i on o f ��������� y o n r rep or t. which  ���������was a very imperfect one,"you will oblige.  'fff    E* TraHHON;  l.Thereport alluded to was published as  sent to us.^En. Sbnttnkl.]  SUl'RgMK count.  {Be&ye tf atszw Bailue ������k������s:e, Esq , Chist" Ju3������ce.)  Thciuoat, Jitne 6, 1872.  KKOIXA VS. OiSCOMK.  The prisoner was indicted tor cutting and  'wounding with intent to murder, .and'also foT  cutting and wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.       .  Mr Christopher Porto, sworn.���������-On the fiib  March, 1^71,1 went to Quesnelmouth and put  my horses iip in Robert Thomas' shed ; I met  Giscora* and we went, to tbe shed ; he etaimed  it lie b orses; a d is pn ������ e oce tt r red. a ti d he seized  an axe and Mnibk menu the head with it;  Giscoflae. an Indian named Jim. and myself  were present j'l was;- senseless '/for months  afterwards.  Dr. Ctiipp said he had attended Porte during the time he had been suffering from the  wound.'-: The doctor thought an axe could  have made'tbe wound described, but a horse's  shoe could not^    .  Two ��������� witnesses���������Robert Pacey ntid John  Bowron���������were called hy the defence to show  th it the wound was inflicted by the shoe on  one of the horses hoofs, the prosecutor being  kicked after he wa9 knocked down by a blow  of the fist.  After-tbe usual addresses by counsel, and  an afele charge by die Judge, tlie Jury re  nrned h verdict of not guilty.  Messrs. Barr.ston and Da vie for the prosecution.   Mr Park for the defence.  the same admission as bieyibus w;vu?fise?  \V tn. l)od<l. Jo h n Lu in I ey ,* an d Cap t. Ti e������  vai t! o t prov ed t hat the p I si n t iif aiid del end an t  bad been seen together on familiar terms! at  M a**; at a 1 ii ne**!, aiid other occasions, but  all admitted, wirti the exeepiion of Mr Tre-  vail lot, on cross-examination, that her general  reputation' was that flf beiiig/an unchaste  woman. The I alter'witness said that, as far  as be knew H'he plaintift/s reputation was that  of being a chaste woman, and if he "had known  or heard anythtiig; to the contrary he would.:  not have1 gone near her house;  Joseph Patk. sworn-^Iam aBarHnter-at-  Law j X. have^ known the plaintiff since J63  and the defendant inhce:1$4$~Mve drawn  many-documents for them ; 1.recollect on the  2 9 i-h April plain tiff a nd defe nd ant being on  excellent term* with each other;' in consequence of. instructione I "received I went to  the'Forest Hose, claim to see him;. I went  again in the evening acd met him ; I told him  that Mrs Ord bad said"-he had broken his en-  RKOftfA VS. LOW SOW. MOW KOW AKD AH FAT.  yTliisi was an indictment for robbery;with  violence, committed on the person o! Ho Fie,  an ������uiploye of Kwon? Lee & Co. Four witnesses were produeed by. the prosecution.;  who all swore positively to both the assault  aud robbery in Wa Long*s store; out a'-su.v  peri or number having been produced by the  defence, who swore thutvthey were present  'during the whole occurrence a.nd saw tbe as-  s >\ n 11���������. b u 11 ha t n o rob b e ry w as co pun i t ted.  Tbe Jury, after an impartial charge fromthe  .Chief Justice, acquitted the prisoners. .  '���������*- Messrs. Bartistoh and DaviefotproBecutioD,  Mr Parke lor defence.:  itKarxA vs. roK kos.  Tliis was an indictment for stealing, a watch'  from the person .of one Peter Johnson, in a  hoiue of ill-fame -in.'the Chinese ^quarter of  Barkerville, on the 'niglit.of Feb'. 8, 1872. In  this'case the principal witness for' the prose-'  eution was Charley alias Soo Lang, who was,  previously tried for obtaining money ��������� under  fab*e pretences, and his; evidence Imving be������m  sho.wn.to be completely unreliable,behaving  suborned witnesses in bis own cas*. aftio^le  prosequi was finally entered by*the Crown  prosecutor and the prisoner discharged."  Mr Davie for. prosecution. Messis. Barn-  stow and.Bishop for defence.  Friday, June 7.  .   rkoxxa vs. chari.kt alias HOO LAXCJ.  This was a second indictment for obtaining  money for a license under false pretences  Iroiii Ah Chong, a Chinawoman, on the 20th  March, 1872. ;���������=-.--.  The case for the prosecntiou was proved  by two witnesses.   The prisoner called none  After -hearing the Judged charge, the Jury  returned a verdict of. guilty, and the prisoner  was sentenced to two years' imprisonment.  Messrs. harnston and Bishop for prosecution.   Mr Davie for prisoner.  gagement;  he said yes ; this was on 30th of tr^1 ������T motfrisge had;been pearly proved,  April ? he said lie was determined to have the= M ft ^r!^^^^^^n^:^^  be true that the plsmtiff did not bear the best  Ap  matter at an end at once, and get-off as  cheaply as possible *��������� he said I Ought to let  him oif easily ^ on -the.5th of June be admitted.  be bad engaged to* mairy her; they both admitted, f f-t fff "��������� ���������ft:. .'  Cross-examined���������She never said to me that*  she would not innrry tho.plaintiff; as far as I.  know site.bus the reputation of being a chaste  woman ; she is u-woman, whose public character- on the creek is chaste ; with the excep:  t i on /of the time. she was 1 i yihg wit h M r  Brooks,. I am not aware������������������ by.rumor that she  jiias coliabitod 'with, any one.   -,.  Thomas Briggs.���������I 8m Secretary of tbe  Forest Hose co.f the defend ant-for two years.  owned aqua rter of t he whole cI aim ; last f al I  he sold a filth ; for 1870-he received' $2535 ;  for 1871, $11,770; for 1872, $1332.;    ... ff  Mr Oayie-opencd the case for the defend-  ant. lies ta ted that the action originated, in  fraud. and was supported. by effi ontery and  falsehood, .The agreement/ although made  by the defendant; was never/made, by the  plaintiff, and was altogether pne-sided;v.inasmuch as it-only bound .the defendant to marry  oo request, and there was no. obligation oti  the p art of SI rs Brooks to > marry Dri nk al I.'  Su p posi iig that',.A he. a g ree me at was good, there  vvas do breach. Ihe defendant, on the 2.3tb  day of April, the day before the action.was  I.i ro ught, "Was on terms of apparen t;frieiidsbip:  W i lb pi ai h ti ft \ sa w ing w ood. gtvi ng bis 'money;,  ������ n d l>t jy j n g pro vision s, a nd ��������� it-���������.; was; :ori,l y--.be;  cuus^e he would not give her more money that  the-action wa3 .commenced. / The only evidence'of breach was that of the plaintiff's own  counsel, and which breach, according.to his  own statement, must have occurred at the  time he served the writ. In fact, it was the  plaintiff-herself who had put ah end to the.  contract by bringing ths action. Her sole  end and ambition was money,and the defendant hud been her dupe. Should the jury find:  a contract and a breach, she would be entitled  to damages. Her general character was so  bad as to justify any sane man in breaking  such a contract/and it could not be supposed  for one moufent that her maiden feel iocs baft  ever been injured. As for losing the society  of Drink all. it'was evident she never cared  for it.   Mr Davy then called  Daniel No id en burg���������I am a fisherman, and  have been on the creek about two years:  sel t He (Mr B artist on) would "be ^imwilI i frtjf  to cast impntations( ii0o,tijany one*_yaractty,  but wheu pluintiifu cOtinsel tendeia himself  iia a witness. and sweari* jie ]\s������s been t>oh the  creek since 1863 ������rid that, public rtimor does  not assign Mrs Brooks ft bad character���������eon*  trary to the admissions of bis o'w h witnesses--  be must expect .that little reliance will b������  pluced'npon stsWnients made by him, denied  by the defence, and without which the ptohV  TnTs ewe must be thrown out of bonrt^^AsP  for damages, they'could - not be given; p'Af.  woman whose public reputation was tHat of  being unchaste and a bilk was not 'entitled to  recover much In an action of this kind, smi  the Jury would no doubt consider that ��������� tba  defendant.'like-a %iooi,..had paid.enough for  his follyV It is left with the Jury to tsdrisider  whether the plaintiff ever Intend^ to marry  the defendant, and whether her object  throughout has not been to fieeco him out of  as much as she could get* if \ ,-��������� . ./., ;....,..:  Mr Bishop briefly replied./Hesaid aeon.  ACTION FOR $15,000.  Tub Nkw Dominion Ft,a������ arrived by4hst  express/ aiid  wns hoisted on the Dominion,  staff on last Sunday.  The flag is of the largest  size made, aiid is very handsome in appeal-  KM2A ORD VS. UOBKRT DRINKAIX. ���������  Mr Bishop opened the case for the plaintiff, and staled I hut on the 9 th day of Nov..  1870. the defendant entered into a positive  agreement in writing with the plaintiff to  marry her whenever she was ready to do so,  That'on the i!9th and.30th April last, notwithstanding such con tract, he bad committed1 a  breach of the same and had refused tu marry  plaintiff: That the defendant was a man of  means mnd comparalive wea 1th. That it  wou.ld be sho wn th at dm in g the engagemeu t  the; piain tiff a nd delendaii t had couducted  tbeinselves like engaged people.���������biol jroue  to cbnvch andolber public places together.  an(V the defeudant had even paid out. 1 arge  sums of money for repairs to house, provisions and other necessaries. Under these circumstances he would ask the Jury to give his  client .subsutntial damages.  The fdlowing witnesses���������Marcus Wolf*.  Etiward Pearson, ft. Skinner, and Mr Waldou  (one of the Jury)���������were called and proved  tti at, the defendant had paid consider able  sums of money for the plain tiff, ami admitted  o n c reps oka m in at i on t b a i her geu e ra) re pi 11 a-  tion was that of being an unchaste woman.  Thomas Simpson proved that he hud worked  on defendant/s luutse, where plaintiff lived,  and the familiar and endearing terms on which  _Ueyf lived, but on <:ros8-esamitiatioQ made  of characters, but the defimdanfc;was aware;pf  all ibis, and. if with stich knawledge-he cho^������  to m a ke su ch a co u tract ] ,he con Id n ot' in rn  round and break U without' being responsible  for;datns.ge8..;. The pjalritiff had lost consider-  ably by uot beina niarried to'a; man��������� w tio was  ���������w el I oft. and the Jury sbou.id' give ier ������������������' cbtn*  mehsurate d am ages. f'f''f ; 4   . f  The "Chief: J ustice-^Thcre are three points  raised by'the pleadings hemsary for the Jury  to ednsider. ' Ist-^-pid tbe plaintiff really intend to msiry the^^ plaintiff? 2d��������� If sordid  ���������the plaintiff ever offer to- 'marry the defend*  atit? 3d-^-If so, did the defendant refuse !r*  If all these points are tbithd iiv the affiimathra  the plai n tiff is en titled to a verdict. \ If anyone of tbehvis found-in the negative, tbe di*  feiidant is entitled to a veadicL ���������fff ��������� iff !  / The Jury ���������.. retired; "������������������ and at ter ;the ��������� Is pse. of  three hours and a half returned with a general  verdict for defendant. / -ff ff>.f:-  in her bouse on the 29th April last; Drinkali  was there:sawing wood ;   1  had grouse and  fish ; she got $3 irom Drinksli to pay for it.  and tnade me^statid Meat;   she told me she  had cot $800 from Drinkali to send to San commencing .to pu  l?r������uictsco : she is' a woman of bad .character, U<JW9 lr^m tb* *������i������n*^hli 0o.  ���������.MINING/INTELLIGENCE -  ��������� ..���������'- tj..wnAA&M VUX^YfffA fTl  The Bailarat co.: have bottomed their new  abaft and' are open ing'out. The Forest Rosa  cp. washed up.200;oz. lasVweek, The.Flume,  Cornish and other companies in the neighbor*  hood of Richfield .are -hydraulicmg and  ground-sluicing.    / ; 'Vf pyXfL fffff; TXT  f,'-.: ff,../; ,/'.4/.;;.T.Ra^ ������������;AI)bW9;":v f. f 'ff ff ���������::  . The Lane . & Kuriz co.-s tunnel is now la  ab out 80 feet^ and have abpti t. 20'. in cbes: of  gravel in the face of* the ..drive, and-five feet1:  of the bottom is. slate rock. 1'he;gravel con*  tains fine gold; and recent developments giva  promise of paying ground being near. 4^/  ,      JACK OK CTATBS CREEK.     4  The Two ^isters-co.-are runnings driv*  down stream over the channel and will bot������  torn up in /another week. - They are getting  gold in the gravel.and prospects areobtained  on the sida of the wall rock-of the chimnel.--  The Two Brotbera are sinking a shaft.l The  VattUocour are putting iu pumps preparatory  to resuming work. They j wili be pumping  within the next ten days. ; - '   . \  I.TGUTKINO CltKEKi     '     ;  A The South WaUa co. last week took out H8  oz. The Eldorado co., ti oz. No other claim*  on this'cteek are at'present**aking' out j>:������y,  Tbe Point co. are drowned out /and Jas yet  ttt.  roctf  to the set.  nAIlVUT CRKKK.  The freshet "oti this creek is-nearly over,  and the companies below the Minnehaha sra  aiencingto put in their flumes.   No later  and is commonly called a bilk.  James McMillan ���������Am a miner: hSve known  Mrs Brooks for the past fifteen years; I knew  her. i n ('al i f ornI a ; she has the',.charac ter of  bei n g a b i 1 k and a p ri va t eer; by: a p ri vateer  I mean a woman stilling under falfm colors;  in California s!io was known by the name of  Mrs Christian. ! :  Cross-examined by Mr Bishop���������I am pretty  certa'.n she is the same woman I knew in California, but will not poMtively.swear it; .  Conn sel���������A p a r t' f ro ni ] p u blip ch arac ter, do  you know anything against hep personally ?;  Witness���������Well 1 saw her go through a carpenter'? shop in about 15 minutes.  John Knott, carpenter--Have known the  pi ai n t.i fF t o r 15 y ears; she has al wa y s h ad the  wsjhitattoo of behig an unchaste woman and  a bilk.  Mr Bar nsto n su m med 11 p' th a case for t he  defence, IIe drew attent i on to t he contra ci  being one-sided, and of the plaintiff's intention not to marry. The evidence of Norden-  biu'K was that of a disinterested -wituess, and  itliance must be placed on it. ;Ab to any  b reach, it was den ied on tlie part of thp d*v  ienilant���������arid who, above all others* had atr  tempted ta prove it bat the .jiJai^Ufs eona^'  aaocsK ciu_kk.  "TheTaUeraau and uady of tbe Lake ara  both taking out pay. Other claims are  ground-sluicing and prospecting;sod a good  yield may be expected front this crtMsfc this  attasbn.'   ��������� ������������������ ������������ :V".' '<-'���������'  ASTLKB CRKBJC,;  Tae Eureka co. have about completed .the Jr.  machinery, and will be at work in the face tir  a few'days.  - ,!"-'.- f fX  NoTTCK.���������As 1 positively close bttsine8at,in  a short time, I hava reduced the; prices of  Ladies), Children's and Men's - Boots and  Shoes and Slippers. If you cail aud see tlw  price5,ryou will be surprised.  C. A., NpLTKMEtSR.  pRF Remember the RaUroad Store, Barkerville.   ,        .  iTa are informed by the^^ Manager of th*  Dramatic corps that thei en ter tain meats on  iii _ e venings of tb el st and 4th Jul y wi 11 "be  highly ihte^������ting aud aintisiug, consihiiug of  larces, songs, gjees^ dances, Ethiopian acis^  ' reoitatloiisi and;'miisi'$ #y tbo amatewr band-  ���������-vSf.  IBIIBIUlBBHNWISe HHk  Vrti'-i:   nv i'G-EUMASSK^teftBEK;  - ��������� I ITha T^Vorr������ n^c* i.4������11 ve attm dlw good^pay-;  iibey/#^ -dl: o_< fo^oue 1day>fa washing and  <*re now' digging di tcH; *: Wef Nor th .Si a r? co,  ���������^kve;jrot*water ont thaiivclainuittfd;iex peei| to  ^m'iikbCgpod .^Wake& i>MfoB&ei1 -and Crnmaa are  ^ato  gTvetis^arnVfio rtttWlCitfar ������: m a It ing b $# a-d ay it o  '^roiid*1 wages,'' T-lie-���������fiscoin61)ToolMvuok$$,(H6,  ;"lioi^codiife'blVt4/S^ifhcom lower: end.  ���������*������f.ftan^^ ?.    f<'^  4    -   ^   ? j /'v/i       '    r|   '      ! ������     *  44;/. *      LOSf Ci4'}f   ?4  - >< *-    ������.   i .;  ^yjoofeu1^  ,/ , 4������,       [i    /< WO I "rTfl ������B< CEEEK>4 -   ��������� ,  -j ^b^roejjfhad^ntck  a ftood, ^rnqp^ct ,4  /^^arse^goM^  f f,*0tile bailor;7 /��������� rJ r   '-icM ~;; fif;: /;  ",*������:..;  " C/ Ajfttt^ elari]^4nHj getting^ren lytfor ^l������U  rs -"but there .wus-still 4 great (lent 'ot1 [rost-*n tho;  1 * 0<gi "61iiid/'!*Private'*1HteVs - e6nfir'BiJSyIvesterV  , J%8p������r is^atffi 'sayf this ^ea^'p^s ������pi;ospfectsV^pj  -T)o������ir very rood.    Up-tn ffhXTlipjf Yk   iboat?  'find arriwfest Om"������**<M,,.,~Xf ^ Is4u'p"pbs@d ibr  Jakes jjg i * Jafe in |m p;A^;uj>' t;   ' I  $&_?* Good,s(<consign.ejd ;tt.o jitfsj/rt):0^teeWiiy.  forwarded ;Free of * Qaurge -for /Slocage- j or  Gdmmiasi0tJ.4W/44*. aa^aIy <���������> yfAff ���������/if*1  ii^itffr'^  ^?:Queshel, May;2* 1^72.--,.,.^4mh ^?m;y4:L4m;)\  'FT.T  BA'RNARD'.'iS'  .q.'i-i  pi^iS-EiiiJ^'^aBei  .'W'}i!'---i������i!i_'  Philadelphia,.June-(7--ti1beMah;jke( -in -the  Gas'\y-iixk������ has jiut preventcd, the' usual sup-  ��������� -/ Wa'sbing.t OTt,: lu ne -, 9���������^1 noojMtst^|week.s  the/i? rea ty ^^t^en-' (> the^ ulJ'GUedjtgtatesiland  rJ������apan^vin<b^ compleitiid, i(, ,-vjj\, /4r. < , ���������;'  ^^No^fiTprmMbn  :ij^p^!fs$o-8'ij^  atton-{of;thorfreoty" qnnstiojttfc ** ������������rt '���������.,/- t lifl,  ij^e^^^i|tiSfe n^ljj^  ^ysto^gljif fir ^^^t| B i^ tf ;gS U^I^?^iN?>i ^'IM^:  itlre^SpanisK Minister^withia p^f^n^\oi^i^r  imartddor; theireieise ofrI(ivHow;jr / atHl?<j?P?  ;.veyedjta tlie Spanish Government]\he*ile������?ire  ot^pho; J?resident (t-hat -th'e^uijject should fi;o4-  'e^t^e/is������.mediute;;attenjte ,. t- -.���������:--. -^- ��������� .-������������������.-  ���������jyfusal Jo :c'fmj>]y/tlm������Prefdcleut,1\i7oul1d take -Riegtli^rv WeeMy-^i'T^lpS  decisjve^attUiii in the matter.   * *���������:.,.4 "' ' ,= '-,:  gt ������    i |||    4?^<04C^N |     ^||;||||!  ��������� s fiondon ���������-B !���������;���������-*.��������� t.0-r^Ghief Justice'Gockburn,  member of: Bniish'-'ariutration. unnimnces-he  ���������M'a^oiititp^iea^  meeting.(jtf.hTlffiiAfpim K>th instil^   <^'r^ \  /'T'aris^June ^-^Tho' great ev^nf- of the  ���������racinir"seasoh ih" the'prize won3-b y - Cre111orrie,  winner of the Derby/ who'came hi. 30''lengths  ;ahead '!$$&$& f. ff.  I ������������������ M ad j Id 4 J i n e' 0���������ri If   S en'alel | do pf e *1 ft  ^^'uiufii'fi apptovTiuL'Hsf   4c -opf4H-nf .-'er  ^od !n41/uma;,fuid dec1 u'iq^ it ������rf wise u������n  n.f^[i siPi    i -   ' X '      '  y^asifi'larmadeia'sp  >,BrJj''4/little t oor^^fji' ^iin.h be nVtiutmcul  ���������the5! Co m mu'n e und :;t hb In.t ero a lioh k\ [ Sh diet?': ]  :t-y,.-  i;i/^ *i/:4;/:'?// ������������������' :;^4 ^ ^/V: -- ^'-; '��������� XfttyiftiAfftYf,  Arriving in Yale.-.on ;THi{rsday3;^isis timedo  conpec-tv with;*,1.he "ateauuu:���������-!."��������� Onword-V' forj  New1 Weslnii ns tfrY ��������� ami ^i t n)kh e fM-fBal&a-^  steumor' ���������tjflnterprise," ��������� f . j  ��������� '  ���������fSUeOESSDES^T0^Ni;CIJN10^fc<4^  ��������� :ff f^itfftf''"1:-' Vfff'A^^l *AA'Yffti  hPt. ' iff X   & jtuVfrti fY 1- i:/fri/ ^5-.?^ H .Wj-*{ff*?}-t'  Bog 'ta Inform tlieir friends ^aaA....tn,^pu^ll| t^ attli^y  iiavcltak (?n 'tKa/k'^C^J*; ^^i&ii^liW.W^W^  4ti long' i>ivo'raftly^pitiroiiised"'while-.th-the*-occtnjmU-jq  of Mr N-. Curiio. , . - -    /''    ,   '4 ',       . -   - : fW t  i\liU}i\ :&\if\. :^fi-uYA'^f {i>ttlv\t i\Am i.^X' ���������������������������  ^'"''^''""'ixSiliSI.:  . ;u ;��������� j,* ?? n������ ��������� j-r. .^ -i j rj I-. t: -  Wi'tnVo'^Uluftict-iirijd dnd soM������:by* whblosal^aaa'. 1^  tail in its purityi aad / '.-f -.,-/���������/       i^id.^ 4<te$f:  "  44- ''.   ������������������"!h:1^  Tli^rCeleljfated  cb_sttuitly W^pV^a^hpfe?}  ���������ft-'-'i;  ^  "," The .CV/Torn ia. steaiiieis le^ve^ Victoria on-.  the 7th'and,2'2ti'of.etich month.    /  "   '!''''  ap27 /3 m]  y: j; BkRNARfc  Bombay,  June-*9��������� A   Seatiie   . 'nvefT'ffom;'        '>   i:,.,      ,,'ifp^| ���������; ��������� ^\f)  Ziin'zibjir^UlVnewB which puts'the snfeiypf :i?^^-f -M'^ctifrlli^im'^iif  ���������Ei'viB^to^cbe^o������^  ���������re������crlied?Zar������ ibar from ft tu'teribr with' no0*  11vi*' iute 11 ig'��������� ri ce I !iIi 'Li vjncsf6nerllad;arri.vy<:  at'Uhyamyend.'', Th euNeA^York: party jo f ..exploration In'o left tiin^ijh^ce with letrdrsj o*o  ^he^irrS^t^e^loreSlitmse^  COast.Y *       "  ;   4 (    \-     4 JT ' < u ..,/.: . ' /"  r. */'������?ep Sv ts Ms sl-f uti'pu'VQ li i^es^li?r^e^aiijl;|8fitiftf a.c?  * l iaiiw }  ' *'ot\ mtenod\ inhkiti������' 4 / fi\fil  tiip  ;,4;������_;t:Year44"5d. f^ffftyfff ^AA-A^mitf ? .-j.;.  /;//;;f//-'/,;;//^/^44������:^  i. ^i-> Yale; June^ll-rTho' jQnward^ Jirotfiftt ^ jnpt  *���������)r.-oh\y, V*'tons*freijrhidust- trip.;;/Ifjmore.fr^iijhi  ^^su^Hfoffprell^hdwi  t������' - ?tripa'������weelc after, thia:--..-- ^ -v. -a. ��������� . ������ ]-. .^   '-^  *���������'*.to������liarnard'a'un^XCxixW^s 1 eft ..for,<Barker?ilie  , jlionilon! /^iiiio0l(J^!5h������'wAjla'fftat^* on^red  t he'mco; to-day nndfiry^  rcnmsfan c^f/ / The"^t7Ti^^,^o%ph7~njfd" :the  i^Je^runni ngs^yf.strong. ^|t^^wasyf'.^gj)^ p.m.  ^j^m ?tfe\r|c^  vivi>������/Jtiie> fessS"3/ftt>oaJ^thpt]^*ijri^^.--gkl*i pf ?the  1^i���������5r-4'F���������- ���������VrWh"**'" *"M^?^' i'^,,, c rjQ->v.? * j?o.t ;n _ I f*������srtl������ -iU-beafl.  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Fcir Lytton-^  ^ ^^gi^vJBartf ija-i^an 4>- Mr/jJ olin^^o^o!;^^ John  y|iv]^j^|i'me^enger.if'; nd ^O4v;^ ^.i"/ 4-":^ ��������� ���������  ; /* **r J;-" fl^ m,* Hg ^lo W*4; Jlea rfe ^1141ft^ajt|i% ^ a v������  j ^;?^jii"PjBd% uf; Qiij accouRtr o t ec^roity.^of ^h*eight  . ������������������"jaiiSiow.rates/ rt^ftl-beViWy.m^. zK ������������r/i i" ^"  Vka t;i; ^.v/:4, ,y"i������ u.V?Q1lORm^ fnAifA h ,. ;  "4    ^ctoTiaYfe^  "'/.//���������Series of -iniernationaj^ cricket matches coin-:.  ^-...wio'^ /^oliwoodl   Tho  /''���������Ofllifornian scored 65 and  112; Victorians,  ;. :94 and C5. witlKG>Wic1<eWH(4 go  down.   Th^  ,^y<Vlotorift!ts wish 'to jplayva new ga^ne/ out i lie  ftj^^Miferniaiis ���������Vefuso^]saying^ifr ts^al'dratyn;  T;^#&mo. ^Jn cAsa tho jlatter/persistinaheir ,de^  . v4.������c{?Snn/np inore'TOatch^  4/   "The foot/raco{^e^eenyXiawUinjOne-of itlie  ^f���������a'lijforafens.-:, and ^^%elki^if4^i1^^T}^  z^iPiiBlfonedt fX . ff  .;���������.,.} / yri;XXfXtfiiid ' 'ff  ><t������:Victoria,:'! June;:llrrrA singlexrjeket/match  ii -for; $6 0������ a ? aid e -jipi'i pi o- o ff ^y es te r<) ay_ /: T,h e pi ay-  -ers wero Mr Stevens. C.K, and pupt.;K<|n:ueoyy,  .;vcrsus Mr Sin) th .-oi ille;.Qali forri i ans, and 0?\ \.  ^^lu^leton .41!hO:;iormer ipadeui/ritns^nd; the  ^Jatte^'Sfiins.^^^-^rH!: .* 44,4 4;//.-./^^4..-}.;���������;'  ;4/';I)f F;mnk Trevor will leave l3y;.'the^^n-lje  1 h is .ns 0 r u lug,.. A orr.'. Jia n aim 0... to asa ii me ; the  ' i^ntiesfof'jOlerk'/of :theJiei/o!4���������;......-, !V;-':>(. ���������-.'.;. f,-  '; 'J-*^lr'A,<1$in,G. JJcpiy,^ilTfl 1 v?vj 'suddenly��������� at  . :-ilj b'^irie r 1 ca ft 1 lip 'tel y ttsterd ay., ��������� The tl oc eas e d,  ;-,>'as\fcf������ifiiVer 6n the ThVuii^son;river.��������� knd was  * TOiich^irefep'ecte(|. ^e:leaved d/dau^ht'er^at  '���������^tvis'ffar.io;-.y>;.^ :.,V-, /��������� .'���������    :.    . -."���������".. { X. .X  We a t h c V del &ji ������-fti l.   No'-. w ard, 0 f ��������� tbe Co Ii-  ;Th^"Bri$;l (fife*fjfiW9 cAr������ a ont iO||.sJJv^ mn re. ^ha n  !20]' 1 enfjIhs/ ahe,ad. /\ n _ 22 .m jn u fe.v. a^d    1^  seconds, /^ver ra *cottrsQ-of 4 miles and '2 fur*  longs.:  !;>;4i[c������4;;/|;/.4i/|^  / fi. TfffX fffffffy^if^f f' \ f$ *: ��������� A.ift fft ��������� \ ���������'.-;.(  r,-,///4('i 4:-: /j ^4;/|/g^//4? >;./;/'//.'/���������'/ /4 4/" ���������;:; ;:-'i ;^/|'. VX  ?������������ Carlo w' h as *:ra n de; n rranjr em eft ts l to'* rub * a  ���������,; * *���������*/���������?..������������ Jiin'e of-Stages'be'twoi*h^ I ;tJ '������������������!  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I- K>  ���������-   1  ��������� -.,'���������. ���������'=-������������������' '������.-''^/;'1i-v.:'^   -'���������/V-    ''- ;/;���������>''  ':-';> -"'if.-  ���������"-.���������'���������  ."-���������->���������./:������������������^���������.���������;���������������������������'��������� v.-.:���������������������������������������������;������������������.���������:v'.'r--r!>i-:''s: .-c|/ii^v /ft-.-.-:.���������.���������������������������������������������'.���������/,.'.;::-.-"-.���������'���������.���������.:������������������.���������������������������-.��������� ���������:������������������������������������/������������������ ������������������.-������������������' -v4'--' -������������������'������������������/  wlih W- always"cwefully> attended to^ anrtiili^b^st  l^eVift* hnd UccomuioUattou*:?pr&tl-lM;'fbr/^^^s.  tomciy;  W_1ME;-PK������EE  f*?l-A 'fAifftfffi) fff-AY aH -lY-fifi yfii'Yi.Af&Ul.--;-  STA-URiFr/���������  I"  m  v_^K^_)''^i^v3B*E.R'.Y  ;.fe*?|)s always:supjilitftj witli J?iiiw be-s 1,01 ^i>v^ryk^MS  'that :can i-boaprucuit>jd- .In ^rjbpo/ #l ; ������������������fl'*ff f.y 1;  .Board, -1 $14 per, Week.  ;Si%le Meals  ;4445;44?4^;c5>:'Ji':  -/'\i^^EiTtf->ifiako-^'vl\r4lur.;Spring Goods������������������������������������ ; **.'*���������  ��������� 1.4'?*r-4" / 4i,.ttsj'iii,,���������J,,: :J.t-  /.. -��������� ,:';,..... ' i,.,^:a... ^ ������������������'./--a  Thai un d ersignc^ b egst to - i^ifo r:m.'. tab; Mi tiers  >* <'.4''    ��������� . of .Cariboo that Ke is X- X X ; -I   .  i AU'T'gAod^'Conshrned���������&totHaHoW^S" Ap;enl  Yale,/will be .forwarded without delay,*and  at? reasonable rates;" ' ' i ��������� "^ ^^."-: - ^ t i>J  ������������������ ? Gdinn1iS>?tdnS/6't;! all hinds?{prom ptly.e.Tcer  i'hiteU /- -��������� Gol I 'actio ti s-' m ade J an d u (ie n oral Ex-  1 press A^ency/Iransactedv   ��������� ������������������ f t i-r���������; 4-������'���������' ;��������� ^4  * 4Bai:!i'ervi]^  !f'::OttesneUe>;|iarch|^  BSEAllPEMOi,^  4j *>;n^ ;n^^4; 41' ���������>' '';fifffff,}^'f ,.  r\t    '"-ii. ^    -^jrlie Celebrated'   ..     '    '/' v "���������;���������  "FRESH .'GROUND   'Gp:FF|;H,   ���������  "* v .: J ) ��������� ��������� '.   H \L..       :;*//';/,*:    '4 '���������'���������"}���������    '    '.'At'. ���������'.''.'   .'���������''���������,       '-'':'A. fc:y.-'".~ Y.'f'f. /?* "��������� -t  ^^rpWiorteicfe' (o''^ny %Kibli can^^hafl fr/mi- Ho-  low rtotist'oti^tnvi'flrouh^.on tin?, premises jrf^i "V*  ��������� c^,u.' ; ���������-:^ '; ���������'.!^���������'��������� ; ��������� ���������;: J. g: GOOi^ON ;'  4!t:;ASTEiftPM,;:/  Mdstaiir-ait'&''!������ai0on  SELBIH������:  ^&T  :GOST!  ;|i^p6M:ia  :���������;;.': fJfjF^ if :'y y\  ThefoUdwins'cm^^ S AL-OON tAMD  .���������*������������������������������������"4. .-/ -^/Hected for/Miners.;,���������������������������:' fi.fy������������������������������������/��������� 1 ��������� '/"/- ���������;/.;.-";,^,,;. ' -_,;.  74; S������IMII1S^ "-��������� ���������   ;      ���������'    ' :"  r#:/l_ir@.������as^  ^>  ^|������Qltl|TwK^  ,11x1..  '���������JH-^.Jl'<rifc-V? VA'Sw-Ji  o.eKS'9  8  Situ ate..! n ;the m o st:. ce n tral p art of; the, to w n  <'    ;. s of B arke rv i lie, an d, k n o. w n as - th a /  'CS'A-T^'^V^t-'-  rO'JSA.J-iC/v_/������v-:;  ���������S-iiirts.  Tli o h o.usc; ..e.n ii ts j ns' u B<\ r-roi >rp, Parlor,r; Jen, Bod?  , rbnins, iriosi'conuirVia'lily hindsKt'^'untl' JtltjeKoii. .- 'f.  j' A j so,' r?: i r 'a h - i."j RfrrVnMia*' Fix t iires ��������� Vi ut' Fu rni tn r������;'  i Vh r (or Fa rn i tu ro. Beil,������,-,������Ue cici iii^ a n tl: -Bed -room Fiir^  }jjitnrc,..&o;' : /    ���������..:ii������: -/ ���������..-��������� .���������������������������.(..;, ';*,��������� h;n..\<l   /���������'/  ���������   -Tjie iibove.cnmprVJ*** .l^blv^i-: 0h.'iirH, - ,GJ'.vSrf0sJ D;V  MASON   &^  DAUY;  ��������� , / to".ilie isiMctuus i'jrt-rri wws/tti rtn/irly. le no w u as tl i*  '.By.,0'M>r������p;;SM!fiim,;.w%e ;..tlii3y; win be at id|.^raos  propiired tb'furirisli/4/4 /��������� ;4/_ / -/;���������; / ff. / XX"  ;';/t/b;0;a'RR;;a;N:D': fu'WAh^p. p  OF   THE   BEST   QUA^TY:"  Tho   BAR-   -/fiirtiished; with the  finest Wl^KS  LtQUOUS aud;C1GAUB..?,���������! / /; ���������   4  Board,  - $14- per Weak.  ^tM&������&  'T:EL  ������oatffye^t^f.-raiits, ������*-'������^ ^"1,i,ws- ,,ill,'w ������^*w'  na**.   ������������������s^u  f>������wi l&st&imV r* vetF  '������������������;.';:.: UNITED STATES,  syV ^^������e^bTn^J<>n^:JTT;^^ '7^-;!ii t fie Senate .the.-bill'  :t.o;':r\^umiirse: iliOi S.''S^iaitshalIs' e.^fienses for  'i,!'. rV ' 41'' vA:fine assortment of    ;/: ;  T*$t^ x ���������������������������������������������/  ****���������*��������� Gall -.'anV I' ex a m i ri ������ p ri cm.^jf. '��������� The  sold VERY' CHEAP, for Cash/  iivery (jisnvtfnience upperli'ii'iiin^'to a:?;ilodn'mwpt,  "Loiigbi?; ooo!?o.r< ..-���������������������������;.���������-:-.: i v'; .'���������/*.'. i   ���������:.- : ' -.- ���������'������������������''��������� '"  '..For,/furtli er partic.iil������r,������, -apply, ftt the .Sjjxtixicl  O Iii ce,; or'on tl j o. iireiuises to",   ... 4  ' * V'''''/������������������"��������� '  ;v   -t[  ���������'���������",'��������� ���������    "f .S/;J^;^AfiKEU/l������ropVi5t6r^ .  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".f-'fff ������������������ ;.: .-j ^v-:':'  ; AI l/rie bts re \m iii i ii g ii������ p.'i j ii r,n f te r j.. ls^ of, May \yl 11  be ptaoed iu Uio huiids,oI a.n,A.M-orliy.y^br:C(,ilIrtjti6n  ., ;...    fA:y;,���������-:���������- ��������� ������������������-.[< :-\-;. f^'^iYApxMjMnff  ' .BarlieTVillef-M^roh^OjiiSWi' ' V; : '*i-;^i4h23  ������''?/.;^|;,S������'^w i|qberx^on"pyx;..  jyEGsf&'/AWo H-A^orjiKEp  :-;:;;;H0^&BS^ ; '  ^STANLEY. - - LlGiJTNlNGf CRISES  ' TIirTM>1������ will a1wnypybW sb|>if>liW<? witi'i ���������tlio ''f8'  artiolostliat cau bo got.in.Cuqbuo, iibU.iUo Bar ni'"  tim .. ������������������,      ���������.   ,;���������/.'       ...   ������������������ ���������'���������  "'Finest - Wiiies;,llMq^lp?*  f 11.:"' ��������� ;arid.:Cxgars.-;,:���������..;���������.��������������������������� '  ���������*t  ���������  mm.  ii  ���������<?,.

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