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 '__ aS*.    i'V  Tegular tripa  ^ELMOUTH.' 'ff������f������  'Ihle for leaka.ft jUl^iil-���������  OS.  :'."**a)p on.redn  Ible for leaknge  |*������ol. 9.  Barl_erville, William Creek; ;B.C;r Saturday,; June: 18, 1^70,.  N6..7  thfitfHONGCl  '* Henry" Is u������n  to the =������������_*_!_____  will not be re.nj_.ffl  ct. ' ������������������    ��������� ������������������ ���������������������������'*  ������__g  1IAN0 LTJlf, '������������������  ���������tfprKwong.i_.jj  "'���������taplOlB  ���������fiECAEIBOO!SEiNTiNEL  ^^B        Published every Saturday by  %&k 0 BE R T     HO l"l 0 WAY.  wimmm  CSifB���������'Subscription, >.-. ������0 Cents per Week.  lTMsi.  Agents for! |he M Cariboo Sentinel."  > airparl!eBwiR!]|.Ls  tfC amd surrbiiDriiqll  Utoforwari! GOcSpl  ���������e 1st of Aprtinijij  navigation, ������("I  ..with cUrb;.;_nd'd_|_  kTItlCKHICKEY'J  ���������.^re,! w ill !.e pn|  irt. Lafouo, ^iWbJealS  urryi_g..ffelgin'a_^  an4is'pT0vhlc���������wl%f|  id capable of _arn������||  pcd;by,.th(j-Omiwfl^  d dress J. .W.:'MfwJJ������j  .wllIbc:ag6o(UV|pi  rih'R^andToKYj^Jbli  J. W. MOOKklif  in Winkl������v     ' . ���������   ���������-���������.  losttelmniith.  ���������: . i _' ���������-'*��������� ...  (da Creole,    ���������'    ���������* ��������� ��������� "-' f*  ...JNlntoa, ������������������-.     ...:������������������    * ���������  H__Plci     * "'���������'  *      Mr..Brau_,  ilfHpw' Wost.miustcr '������������������������.'. *  BHpc toria,    -       -     ��������� - ;; ':-.������������������������������������'  Blip. Fisher,.       -     -    ������  MrG.W. Llnrlhart  ���������> BnmnriPs Express  Barn������ir*l*jn Express  Barnard's. Express  do , ." do  "* '���������" CInrkson cc Co  '������������������'* John Gollons  San-Francisco  i������  THE. CARIBOO SENTINEL  fflfcds.'Circulars^Posters and Programmes Tor  ill:. Balls and Theatrical En te r'tai time a ts' .  mm : Terms moderate; ���������  ,-.  ro.  npi  TIERS'  isok,';;" -f,'.  ONE!D0LU|  j ; in d: forw.irric.  & V'.;.:..r-.iv;my2..'  ���������aid&Fisgard)  ?f!;|!;"^^:.^,.,.  in KoilBinVictoi!  principle. Tbe tall  ia market affords. ^  iy.v Private Dioi|  fc,-$5 50������ $6 SO;  ���������2 cents. ��������� Beds,W|  louse, ���������fi.il- i 1  m, / . .������ra*CT_i-^  _1h_-'   ' < ���������'��������� .'.. --������������������������������������'������������������������������������     ."-���������'��������� .. ...'..'..���������  KMonfeeal,:4Iay������/2().^Adi.ic'e8 from the front  JUKI*      ���������"   i      _ * ...'���������.���������.",������������������      ���������'    "i      ���������';'*-*',J*'!      .'"#������������������_���������'.  jpteth?.������ on army of. Fenians'! attacked an  |||r.posfc.<&t Frd'gljsbarg.and: Avere: repulsed  Rth one killed. and; tweive wonnded and  Sisstn g.   Ca. nadiah I oss.-n p ne. ' The Fen ians  ;e fa" 1 fa ������ b ac Ic;  b ctw een 20 0 a n d 3 0 0 1 eft  Por tl an d th is m or ning.:  Tbe TJf S. au tuor-  s seized. 2'6^aclc4gfi^! of:-arius. 'at Porti^ncjJ,  5? Can ad la n vol u n tee rs are re idy to re cei ^e  Fenians at Trout,rwer.  ���������Toronto,. Kay���������..-;'27~The ^enian  raid ;^at  ^ori;"Hill--is'tooled on: ae!:a^u^le&^The  fen i a n r. are -re treat! n g'i I eiivi ng;. ar ms; b a^gage.  won n ded fe eh iri d j  No 1 oss o f life on the!  ^Wnadian side.  -Himtinj.don:is now the,r������oint  ;.^__fflSoKn*������lerest where every'preparation has been  '"ifde.'.. Fenians are reported leaving MiUone  home.   It is rnmored that a Fenian force  RE   SAUCi  ;eurs to bo  X) SAUCE.    ;  ������������������The succcbs of..  I Condi meet ha#i  the name of;Worn,  obyinfor������������0(llillllV  , Is to .': .. .,;  ERINS' SAW!  ro tipon the *B������*t  having ta������ii���������������������  givo notice Wj%  ndents wttl. V$  he Infringed. J  "S* Sauce u������X  ftbeU- Bottle, ^  tho Proprietor*,^  /ond'on, &c.|W������   ���������  [glggathenno* oit "Detroit river.   Ample pro-  Ion has been made in that quarter,  lebec, May 27���������A frigate will be here to-  IH^^^'fowwith the 7.8fh regulars from Halifax."  ^_f_S_^oronto������ MftX; ^7���������Two steamers left Sault  Mary on Tuesday; with troopssfor Red  er.   They will be at Fort William to:day.  ifflBJH- Albans, May 2G���������The Fenian bubble, so  as the movemeut in this direction 13 coned, has burst.   As soon as the arrest of  oil became k-Rown, the Fenian officers  a council of w&r and decided it was use-  to continue the.campaign with so small a  Imber of men at their command, or make  further attempt at invading Canadian  The reads leadinjr from here to Frank-  llfare lined with retreating Fenians.   Gen.  ear. of the Fenians, is here now, and states  fc three Fenians were killed aud ten or fif-  n wounded yesterday, among the latter  ;nera\ Donnelly.   O'Neil is now in Burling-  jail.  EflenRbnrg, May 27���������Seven thousand Ca-  pian volunteers passed down tlie St. Law-  iiee in steamers, winch also had 200 tons of  munition for the -seut of Im-a til Hies.   More  'lops at Prescotfc are ordered east.    The  |vernment is pushing every available bat-  lion to the front ...  pfew York, May 27���������Six hundred Fenians  ft to-night for the North.   There are rumors  it the Fenians captured two companies of  nadian volunteers.above Malone.  "Toronto, May 28���������Only ten Fenians are re-  rted at the camp on Trout river.   Eight  re raiders were killed and twenty wounded  terday.   All is quiet on the Niagara and  troit frontier, but an ample force will be  up to defend all the borders of the Do-  nion.   Small bands of invaders are wan-  Ting near tbe lines in order to refcura home,  ������������������$&������������������������������������  'fff  The excitement has al moat ceased, and b us?.  nessJa rapidly assuming its former condition.  .The latest advices from the'Red River expedition say lhafc everything is going, on  smoothly, and that Archibald will soon leave  to assume his duties.  ; 'San Francisco, May 31���������The State Council  of Fenians yesterday decided not to accept  tho money subscribed on Saturday for a warlike movement, as the newsIrom Canada was  not encouraging. British Columbia is safe  for'the present,   .! ..':��������� *, ���������  New York, May 30���������A Mentfeal special io  the Tribune says information has been" re-  cei ved from the West th at pre p aratio ns fo r  an extensive raid upon Canada are. matured.  Fears are entertained .that, the Fenians in 1 h at  localiIy!will be successfix\ before the Goverrif  rnenfc U ready. Nearly, all the available vol-  un tee rs b aye been, cal led o u t w i th the exception of tbe battalliqns in the rear, and these'  are! ordered to be in readiness,..  Malone, May 28���������The Fenians held a council of war this .afternoon and resolved.that  ���������ffie-presentJli!__S_____it' against Canada should  be terminated..-. Tlie coiTffiil^vas~;camposed-  of commissionedJ officers." but the leaders of  the.raid;are nowhere to be founds One hundred and thirteen car loads of Fenians 'and  war inateriahwere!saved...;;;.'.,  | .Captain James Murphy of New York is reported captured and sbotrafe Pigeon Hill;::.  Liverpool; May .31���������The; steamer City of  Ragusa left this afternoon for .New York.  She is pnjy 21 feet long,!; Provisions are on  board for three mo n ths. bu t. the ca p tai n co tin ts  p n^rnak in g. the passage"r mid do���������- of jpfty; _ ays:  The crew!consists of one man besides the captain. .. Ne w York is the n o m i n al d es ti n a tio n,  but the captain will make any convenient  point: in the United States. Large crowds  witnessed her departure.    .:���������  : Washington, May/27���������IV is "o'fSclally announced that mails may be sent to New Zealand and Australia via San Frtincisco:j mail  rates 10c. each half ounce, newspapers 10c.  3ach." .    .  \ A New Era islsikssD NxvrGiTiOK���������A-num-  berof scientific genttemenand others opposed  to the railroad monopoly met recently at  Trenton, New Jersey, for the purpose of witnessing ah experiment of a model steam propeller. The inventor is Mr William Goodwin,  of Metuchen, New jersey. The most novel  feature of the new propeller consists in having  the propelling wheel placed at the bow end  ofthe boat instead of being at the stern. ������The  boat is constructed in the form of a scow, with  the sides straight and parallel and projecting  in advance of the body of the boat sufficiently  to enclose the propelling wheel, made to float  upoa the surface of the water moving or vibrating r o u u d th e d ri v i n g sh a ft.  It has been considered a well settled principle in navigation that the amount of water  which a boat will displace is just the same  whatever may be her form, and that the motive power required to force the boat through  the water can be diminished only by the em  ployment of acute angles or sharp lines in the  construction of her bow and stern.   But tin8  involves considerable expense an I diminishes  the amount of storage room, besides lessening  considerably the buoyancy ol" the boat.   In  like mariner there is a vacancy created at the  stem, which must be filled by the replacement  of water before the boat can proceed.   It follows that the power required to effect this  displacement and replacement of water must  exist in addition to the power absorbed in  overcoming the inertia of the boat itself and  the friction of the water upon the bottom and  sides..  It ia known by actual experiment that  nine-tenths of the power used in ordinary!  steamboats are required to displace the water,  while only (he! remaining one-tenth issuffi  cient to propel, the boat after the water has  been displaced. The preceding difficulties  are.all overcome in the, new propeller; -: The  p r oj ec ti ng sides se rye fo r the do ub 1 e p urp ose  of receiving tho entire body of water to be  displaced and confining it while acted upon  and forced down by the wheel, conducting  th e wa I c r ������ n d e r th e b o a fc, and, at ihe same  time, preventing the commotion of water  made by tlie wheel from communicating with  th e'. wa ter! a a th e o n tside.���������N. Y. Herat d.  .BUSINESS, NOTICES.  Tlie Great Family Medicine of the Age.  :^miRTZ_\*J_AR3  MISCELLANEOUS.  Van Yolkeiiburg &   Ccx  RET AIL   BUT CHERS; :jp Tp  A R K EEVI"L������l_V RICHFlELDi ! AIID-  .'ttipsSroTaGRiia^s "yyyiiy  A s'apply e'ffresh meat olall descriptlona coaataa%lf  ou Uaud.   ���������  Hava elapsed.since, the' introduction of flip-Pain."  ..Kili:?r���������tp the public, aud;yct at lhe present tinieU is  mora populiiranil cpmniaMs ajtrg.-r sale than ever  .ororc.'. itS:popuiarity is riot confmed io this country  iilone * "'all over the world its beneficial effects in  curiagthe "ills that ftjishis heir to," are acknowl-  edgfjd.a.nd'appreci'L^jVaiiiii'asa faix kili.kr its lame  is 1 urn. e._ to no country,, sect uor race. It needs only  to he fcaowri to'bepriziii. '  . Ti_iRYY...Vi5ARS is certainly a long enough time to  prove ilia cllicacy ot'..any inodicine, and that the pajs  Kii.u:& is;deserving oh'.'uU Us proprietors claim for it, ���������  is amp'lyrproyed. oy'tueun parallel-jd popularity it has  uitai'ni iii^lt.is'-ii ��������� su _'_!...a JiU ;effw;ti vk . remedy. Sold  .byiiU:Drugg&l9ffff>A.iAt:  Provision  Store,  BARKERVILLE,   .  Nxr Door.to Sentinel Office.      ,  A T thlsEstablishracot will always be found a well  A.        selectedandvaried assortmentolthe  FRESHEST  GROCERIES &��������� PROVISIONS  IN CARIBOO. .  ALSO���������A good selection of Clothing, Hardware, QUu*  aud Crockery.   Best brands oI Tobacco,  Medicines, etc., etc.    "  Best Uvi Colfee Roasted aud Ground DAILY.. .  ^T_U_300J>S SOLD AT LOWEST RATES  -Tho BAR i_?rttVly"CT"pplica-wlihah._.clioi������CBt    ������������������,-  Havana Cigars. Wiues and Liquors.  I trust by stnctattcnllon to business, and fair and  squaroaeallng, to merit a continuance of tbclihera.  patronage heretofore extender to me. ^  A large lot of HEYWOOD'S celebrated BACOIN I  for sale, at a very low, figure. ������������������ ���������  ���������    -���������  Feb.20.1869. 8l������  Directions abcompany each bottle.  jell  Sheet and Cast Iron Stoves  &  SHEET  ;A. ��������� Gasamayoii & Co.,  Commissiba Merchants ���������& Wholesale Dealers  ���������:.   'ft .    :    in  GROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,  IIA V A N A  GI: __ AU S   AND   FRENCH  ���������.���������?;pa_ssi__ivEs. ������������������'������������������������������������  .   "  ���������     , Yates street, Victoria, V.I.  my7 8rn  ALT/JOBBING   WORK IN  TIN, COPPER,Sheet  Al   f ron, Zin c an d Lead. P i pj n g, a tte n d r < to wi tb  romptness, and warrautcd  to give entire   satia  action.,  Hardware   Iron & Steel,  Mining and Agrioultura!  MacliinerVa  QPRATT. &..;KRtEMLER ifanafacture all kinds of  O Mac hi n e ry for Far friers an d Mi n era, at. the Al b ton  Foun Iry, Victoria, V.I., and for cbeapness an1  quality their work cannot bo rivalled, by', anj* other  machinists. First premium Colonial made Wrought  Iron Ploughs, after the Scotch style,; universally acknowledged to be the best in use, price S.5, Orders  for Quart, Mills, Iron Pumps, &<\, Ploughs or parts  o f Ploughs, p rota p tly at ten do d to. my 7 6 m .  S PRO AT &  CO.,'   ������������������  ES OF TOES & UQUOk  :-     AGENTS FOR  Tlie Royal Insurance Co.,  WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, V.I.  my7 3m  '. WAKE-UP-JAKE  Restaurant and Bakery*  THE Proprietors of this old and well-kn own������? stab-  lUlnn.ent would respectfully thaiik their numer-  ousfriendsand tho public for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed on them, and trust that by their  nsunl strict attention to httsiness they will merit a  continuance of theirconfidenceand support.  Meals, $1.   Boardt $16  per Week.  BREAD MADE OF THB BEST FLOUR  We recommend to the public our  GROUND    COFFEE,  which is a much superior article than any which cm  be had from below. We Roast aud Grind it oursclvop  and choose tbo best berries, consequently the public  may be sure of its being free from adulteration.  fJFATTEBSON & GOQDSON  HARNESS  ,.. .etc,,  for salb. v  ���������   E. PEARSON &-BRQS., ''��������� f  BAKKEltVILLE AND, QuSSXEtMOUTH.  r  Etc.  T\HE:,UNDERSIGNED BEGS ftO���������INFORM; .HIS  i friends!and'the public, that he has fitted up!soil*  :Q.QMF ort able   bed - rooms  Ihhisnew feuildlng, where.he is prepared to give*  good Bedsit a; reasonable price. Those who wil I  favor him With.their patronage, may depend on tha  cleanness and comfort of his house.  . He takes.also this'opportunity to remind the Carl*  hooitcs that his Brewery has received the FIBST  PRIZE ofthe Colony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  And the true amateurs will be able to judge by themselvesthat such honorable prize has been ustly  awarded to him.  K, B.��������� A large front room to et,  Barkerville Jan. 23 136S. N. CUKIO  Importer and Dealer in Fine Havana  CIG-ARS and_ TOBACCO.  The above articles can be obtained in and out ol  Bond, at thc option of the purchaser.   A general  assortment of-    "  SMOKING   ARTICLES.  ,fl___ Orders front the Upper country promptly at  tended to., -  NO. 47 YATES STREET,  (Opposite tlie Bank of British North America.)  VICTORIA,-v.I. my7 .m  ���������*E. WATSOF,  &\  ATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND EN'  graver, Government street, next to !]__���������  St. Kicholas Hotel, Victoria, V. I. Chronrm^  ctersand Watches Cleftned, repaired, a_<! war ran rod-'  Every description of Jewellery made to ord< r. Plaits  and Ornamental Engraviug neatly exacn tod.  Orders from the Upper country promptly ���������tte_d������_*  to.  ..::-?.. *_  FEE GARTBOO SENTmEL  ~~  .SATDROaYTjUSB 18?:i 1*70., .  ��������� Xff ';^.WORK"AHEAD.!-..\'';  Rumor's again busy with' anotber project  for .working the lower part, coramo nly called  ihe Meadows, of William Creek,!; About three  years ago the Sbntlvel suggested a plan for  working that rich depositary aftd also the  valley of Willow river, ;by wbicji praW^cal  miners themselves might penetrate to the  bottom of those great gold diimpa without  necessan ly re qn iri ng the vu se o f" the s team  machinery, which many believers ati;absolute  requisite to succeed in I he. work. On Lightning creek that;plan or modeof working has  proved: successful, and the enterprising coih-  paiiy which adopted and developed it were  rewarded for the skill and perseverance displayed ; throughout a period of three years in  . fi rt'di n g in t wo weeks gol d % n o n gh JQ clear off  iilli_ ih^i^jiilbilltfesi.,' .'It JTs'-s^rcgly.. ftpoe^afy  to say! thai; ihe mode of working was sinking  a shaft! in tlie side rock instead of the custom:  ary plan of sinking in the;bed pf ihe,creek,  and that (he company was the Lightning com-  pa ny, _ BJgi n'eers who baye, successfnj ly ac-;  coinpiisfhed difficult and gigantic works have  very properly been placed on the list of the  world'sPb'Srfeic-*"celebrifiesj-but there^are.enter p rises _e ved in Cariboo., which, c on si de r i n g  all fllflfeT^nces^  the p 1 ace andv means at comma*nd, deserveto  be placed amongst the most.famous triumphs  of heroic' energy,-skill and'engineering. -If  adequate means were brought to * command.  Cariboo - would' for!/marry; years stari I among  the richest gold-bearing -countries and suc-  ���������C^sfur*rj^riva*Ath^  glance at. tlie unlo tiched and half developed  -gold depositaries wilt ������6ufirni!the truth of  .this i general  assertion. ' Commencing with  William .creek, in the glance at Cariboo, it  wilt Jhe! fbuhd: tbat be 16 w ihe^birit to .which  " the Baj 1 arat drain!has been brought,.the!deep  . ground from Whence to Willow river lies in  the same condition>asvit;did when, the creek  was; fi rs t d isc'o ver ed.   He re al o rie" is a' large  fiel d f or fu tu re d e vel opm e n t.   But tb eren are  many more.   Eiglitning-creek has been only,  partly bottomed in the deep cliannelv! Grouse  creek, below the rich Heroa lead, ;has yet to  be opened.   The following creeks have riot  been bottomed in the deep igronrid!: Canadian, Valley, Jack-o '-G\\\h s, Pine, fou r m il es  long; Snowshbe, 8 miles long; ^French, or Big  Suowshoe, 6 miles} Clear,emptying into Car  ib' 6 6 lake, 7 rn i les j B1 ue n o se', 4 mi I es; Sellere,  10 miles, and Swamp river.   Besides, thes.  there is a large number of creeks emptying  into Swift;river valley, which have never  been touched by pick and ehovel. : Keithley,  Harvey  an d An tl er c ree Its h ave b een p n 1 y  1 par tly b 0ttomed in the deep chan ne Is.   !Span-  is h a n _.; B1 ac k B ear creeks, two long ch an n els,  have not been opened.   All, these creeks are  right in the gold range, and that they contain  gold/deposits Js indirectly proven* by   the  find of gold in some of them Which have been  partly worked and in tbe -creeks adjoining  or near those which have not.   All-'this immense, extent of mining ground lies idle because of the  lack of capital.   Muscle and  .practical knowledge without the aid of credit  or money are unequal to the work offered by  these undeveloped gold fields.   Local merchants have been liberal enough in the matter of subsistence, but what is most needed to  develop the mines thoroughly is the introduction of iron machinery.   The mode of working referred to above may only prove to be  exceptionally successful, and still may  require.the iron auxiliaries.   It is necessary to  look beyond the colony for the means requisite for proper working power, and onr colonial notables ought to,make an effort to obtain it.   Miners and others in Cariboo have  impoverished themselves.by undertaking enterprises of greater, magnitude and cost than  their  labor and   means could'accomplish.  the output of gold in Cariboo was unusually  small, in consequence of the drought, and  the want of the precious metal caused a limited circulation of cash. "WeThave said not  thing about our quartz.ledges, because little  or; nothing has been done to test them. Our  present object is to show that the rich placer  deposi ts have only been partiy and insuffi���������  cientiy worked, and; that there exists in Cari:  boo av splendid! field for! enterprising men  with capital. The'extent of worked to un-  worked mining grpund;  when anything is!said as to.the exhaustion of  our! mines it should be understood in the  sense herein indicated.       : i  f boxuxroN Day/��������� 0n Tuesday a meeting was  held in the Theatre, the use of which had been  ldndly giveq: for the pn rpose by the Oari boo  Dramatic Association, to _ take: fcteps for the  c il.ebrnfion of Dominion Day. Mr C. Booth  wfi s cal 1 ed������to the ch ai iv and - Mr IT. Ha vel o ck-  chosen Secretary. -After some discission rs  to. the manner of celebration, a committee of  erenfirar management was. elected, consist ins:  of !S: Walkerv C. Booth.; WJ JfcCormack. S.  Pearcy andDuncanMcDonald. A committee  of ways and' trieahs, 'coiisistirigpf X Hoiigh. H.  Havelociv and M Bray''was also chosen. Both  com m ittees. were a 11 th orj zed'tQvi n c re a se th ei r  number with a view to pbtaininsr the co-  pperation of miners. and 0thers on the ontside  creeks, an d m akethe;- celeb ration a 'general  one for the district. .,        ' ;  Labor1���������We believe there is not: an idle  man on!;the creek at!; the pfesent ta me. All  the riew arrivals of this spring have found  employment.v. Many pf^; them, went ^to woi^  for IB per day, and .have since, done better.  Go o d - d r i f ters -are ���������'getfci n g $ 5 '������������������ p er d aj; Bo th  Chinese and white! 1 abor wou 1 d seem to be  scarce, as , ��������� we no ti e.e t h a t Jn a fe w cl a i m _���������Tit  dia nj^rji_b tog-^^  qnite new; l " '  !��������� ��������� CpysiDERATB.^Whittling : seems!. VoX he a  'com m0;n:;haiiit. in al)_ .n ew conntries. For 1 ack  pf a chunk! of ;wooS:your. .habitual whit tier  will shave away at aframe building or a sidewalk. Litigants and .court spectators seem  to be great wliittl ers. an d the, an th ori ties a t  !Ri ch fie 1 d :h n v e con si d era t ely placed a co rd o f  vyodd. near the fron t of the court ii onse.fofthe  ae'eommodatibhof wliittl ers so that^^ the; building :may?nOfc[be cpinpletely destrpyed. f  Ti XWe ath br.���������Th e hot \vea th er of 1 as t week  was;fpliowed by a cool and agreeable atmosphere.! which was well cleared by thunder  and rain.::Just the weather for health and  mining, and . just the reverse of what it was  during the same month of last year;  CAnRtEn Away���������Barry's brhlge on the  North Fork of Qnesneile has .been carried  away by the freshets. Captain,Mitchell's  b rid go s ta n d a uni n j u r ed. an d o n Mo n d ay 1 as I  the water had fallen. Barry intends rebuilding as soon as possible. .  ! Strtke���������The Uh'inamen employed in the  mining claims struck for higher wnges this  week. They have been receiving $3.per day  and want $3:50. There are plenty of able-  bodied .white men in England who are _rlad to  receive. $3 50 per week at the present time.  Morb   Beep���������Some more beeves arrived  is|his week from Messrs. Harper's stock, about  forty head of which aro grazing near Cottonwood, to be .driven as required to the Cariboo  market.  Hon. F, J. Barnard paid a visit to Barkerville this week, having arrived on Sunday  and 1 eft on Wed oesday.  Postpoxkd���������The Cariboo Amateurs have  postponed their intended theatrical performance until the evening of the first of July.  Mr Alex. Jack, who has been on a visit to  Europe, has returned to Cariboo.  s Skyeral trains have arrived here during  tbe week. ������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Dominion Bay, 1870.  AiT a meeting held, in the'Theatre, Barkerville, on  _9t !,TuPS(hiy hist, for the purpose of devising: ways  and means for the public C*. lob ration of the    ..  fHIRD   ANNIVEFISAFIY  OF THE. ���������" ' '    .  DECLARATION OF THE DOMINION OF  ^.QANADA...;. f..ff'f,f.  The following Committees wero appointed :  ���������-.'���������    COMMHTEE OF MANAGEMENT;' ������������������;  S, Walker, C   Booth,' >V. ..McCorinack,..S ^Poarcyi  an'I I). McdiiniM.' '    -  For Grouse Cr*ck���������Messr3 MoAlindon and Rogers.  For Xfof quite- Cr.if-k���������Mr J.B Lovrll. ..  Commiiteemeii for other .Cr>eks will be appointed  at. a meeting to.bo held. THIS EVENING,' Saiurday,  Juno 18. ���������  SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE.  Messrs J. H i'ugh; H, Havelock and M. Bray.-  fgg" A Pro_rammo of Sports will be announced  shortly./'". ..���������   '.    1 :";    , ..���������.,:? ;.'���������''��������� P   ,..:���������.' '  :   :     C. BOOTH,, Chairman.  H. Havelock, Secretary. .        4      J.i8 ���������  NE\V ADVERTISEMENTS.  Cariboo Literary Iiistifate  THE. READING ROOM AND   LIBRAUY *_e  located in the rooms next door below the   u  stand, and .       0!d  THEATRE   ROYAL.  THE   C A RI BOO.  A MAT E U R S  if: Announce that,; they will perform1 on '!  Friday; E*v"ening^ ���������'July, Ij  To comm once . iv i th th e >hu morous a nd en tertaining  y^f ������������������'���������';; ''.Afv '/pD'medlettii, entitled >-:.\. "'-.���������*������������������;  x   The Lottery Ticket,!;  Nichol is Capias:....,,.;......;.........;. .J: S. Thompson  ,  Wormwood (his Gl'.;rk)............ ...H. H?ivelock .  Charles (a Valet)..;,; ,.������....J. McB. Smith!  Mrs' Corset, (ail ill).h'ej),.'.;......... .....Mr.s PjVrkcr fl '���������"..  Susaa {a Maid of all work).....'..;..;.. Florence!.Wilson  ; Concludic:; with the petite come'ly of  __A^prj_^b_^E^E_)Sl7'  Lionel.IiOaHi 11.......... R. A. Brown:  Dick Wurzell ;;;..........; E; Poarson  ,  Old Barker ...............i.;;i;.....;...H. M.cDermott.  Carolino.-��������� -..;...........i#..........> Floronce Wilson  Susan (her Maid) .,.���������......;......;....;Mrs Parker  jg_gf������ Doors open at hn 1 f-past.-T o'clock .   Pertorm-  ancc' to commence at 8 o'clock.;..... ���������,<...,     ���������,:;���������..,  ���������;' Admission'$1 00: , lieser.ved:,eats', .$1 50. '  Tickets may be had onapplication to W. Powell,  Esq.., Barkervillo.���������   .;   -'���������������������������>:  ST JOHN'S SAY CELEBRATION.  TFTT2 FE.>TIV:ai_ OP ST. JOHN.THE: BAPTIST,  Frfd'iy^ 24th of .Turny will be celebraled by  CA RIB00 LOf)G E, No. 469, P. & A. M.       ^  ; Tlie "Installation of the 0/1icers for tlio ensuing year will take place at Throe o'clock, P. H.    v������-  All sojourn in tf brcthrbia in good standing aro invited to attend, joli  LAIBERI & BISSOWNETfE,  .   ,'V  BARKERVILLE, B:C,  ���������DEALERS IX AT.t KINDS OP���������  Groceries, Provisions,  LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, it, &C.  t)__������0rders from outlying Creeks promptly -attended  to.  STORAGE   &   COMMISSION.  Havin? added cnn.sidorahiy to their premises, I,. &  B. are prepared- to roc<-ive cargoes of Merchandise on  storageurn I Cum mission..'       ". ......  t>_5_. All Consiguuicrits from the Airriculturai Dis-  Lncts will roceivo the strictest attention.            '  jell 3m  BAllICERTILLB,.  (Opposite the Post Office.)  For Sale,  ONE  HALF INTEREST IN  THE  CORNISH  CLAIM,  mCHFIELD,  The property of S. Grancini.   Apply to  Prosperous mining has been the vital eleraen  of alt other prosperity in the colony." At the  present time, a general depression appears to  exist, a8eclin<?all branches of industry, and  why?   Because  during the past two years.  Mbmout presideH over the past: Ffxt 3  '.Coftok over the present The first lives in a  rich temple hung with prlorious trophies and  lined with tombs ; but Fill's Cofkkiis has bin  one shrine, and that is every breakfast table  Us aroma wallis the earth like a spirit and  can be found for sale at every respectable  dealer's in British Columbia. Beware of  spurious imitations.  * mp?^vbrC������fe?Prep^:ed by WILLSON  & RICKMAN Fort street, Victoria, has superseded all other CofTee in the lower country  It is manufactured from the very best raw  coffee, and its superiority is attested- by the  fact that wherever introduced it has become  the favorite beverage. *  jf-u  JAMBS WICKHAM.  THE   SUBSCRIPTION   HAS   1.1_en ft*  DUCBD TQ S3 PER QUARTER.  '*'���������'..��������� - JOHN BOWRON  June 10, 1870,        v '' ljibrarlftV. ,:  ^LUMBER I^LU^  MESSRS.  MEACHAM  & NASON arc prcparnd t������>  furnish Lumber at their Mills, William Creoi  or deliver it to order ' . ������  LUMBER DELIYERED. ON LIGHTNINq  CREEK !AT TBE SAME KATES AS ON  , WILLIAM CREEK.  Haying, a Pinning Machine In opera tion thpfwiM  also ft-irn ish Drcsaeci Lu m lier. at sa tisHi ctory riiu><i  , planed Lumher and Shingles constantly on Wii  jell tf    ������������������;  toor  lari  LAMONT'S EXPRESS  Connecting with Barnard's and Wells, Fargo  & Co. *s Ex press,, ������  TI7ILL LEAVE QUESKELMOUTH on or ahout th.  V V.    15 th of e vo ry mon Hi fo r 0 MIN EGA.:. All Kx>  pross matter to ho forwarded th rough Barnard's Ex.  pn'ss to Qiicsncl mouth. :      ".'!���������'. ���������..*; /������������������"'���������-.'  Untii further nolice the charpep will be :���������For Let.  tors, $2 50 each ;. Freight; $1 50 per lb., inciudiog  Barnard^s. Express charges.  ,; t!_!=. Albleiters must be pre-pai?).   ���������: ���������������������������.  Commissions and general business; carefully at-  V 'Xf-ti. L.! LAMONT.;"  tended to.  mvl4tf  Itas  COMf/flSSION MERCHANTS AND  GENERAL   DEALERS  -_=r__J__T  CJrbceries,  \fff   Provisions; and  -ON HAND-  Liqnors:  ....-ft..-    THE" CEI.EBHA f.Kp .  DIIHVIL1E IRISH WElsm.  j__S^ Parti cuhr attention paid to Con "i en m on is f>f:  Country Produce. ,;. ;.'.v";j������������������_ 3m  ��������� ���������  ��������� .������������������...,��������������������������������������������� ���������.....���������,....   .. > r.:���������_;������__  Red-action in Freifflit.  THERATE^OF FREIGHT KRO^'soriA (UEEK TO  ��������� Quesnelmouth on the   '  STEAM ER    YICTO R. 1 A  Will in fulurobo  ONE   CENT    PER    POUND,  , !. passage;"'---���������. - ^'-'$5. .  The undersigned will hereafter be prepared to re-  cei vc good s   at Sod a Creek' ah d  f o r w n rd l h e m hy'  Wagons or Pack Trains  to Williams Creek at  lbs  LOWEST RATES OF FREIGHT, "��������� '. _  FREE FROM DRAYAGE. STORACiE AND  '  COMMISSIONS,::  Collecting Freight upon Williams Creek.   Wc respect*  fuily ask for consignments. .. ���������'���������'  ....     -  MARVIN. A- WRIGHT.  Wc are not responsible for leakage ot* fiite in tin.  Soda Creek, Hay 14,1870..   " my28ti  For Sale or to Let,  l   BOARDING HOUSE, situate at the head of Si nut  f\.   Gulch, lurnished   with   Range and ererything  ncces;s!iry for tUe business.  Apply io  . jell if-  T"nns modrrat^.  THOS. FLETCHER,  Rarkervillc.  HYDRAULIC   HOSE,  STRONG AND NEATLY MADE.  AROERS left, at Mr Nr������ufolder's or Mr Frnncis Lai.  ���������Yd u0r'-r,r?,ichrie,<!' wiU bG Promptly attended to  and thankiully rccen-ed.  j������4lm J0HNrANTDERS0iV.  my21 lm  ppiy  R. H. BROWN,  BarkCTVtHo.  KEWS" DEPOT.   y  n\RE undersigned having bought out tho Newspaper  1    business hitherto earned on by Messrs. Cluto 4  Major,  is now pn-pared  to supply all  Newrpupm,  Foreign > and Colonial,  Alagazines,; Periodicals,  &c..,  _:_:, many of them  AT   REDUCED   PRICES.-  Ahvays on hand, n stock of all kinds of  STATIONER V, BOOKS. ������lx.t  LATEST NOVELS OF THE DAY.  -ALSO.���������  Concrrtiha.c, Fifes, Violin nnd Guitar Strings, Blank  Book?,   Memorandum   Hook*,   School   Book?,   Toys.  Watch Classes and Hands fitted  4T2" Diaries for 1870.   <_!>_. Subscriptions for papers  must be in advance.  G. Ii. MURRAV,  Front stroct, N������w Westminster.  _^_____ je4 lm  For Sale,  m  9  -AT-  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  Second-hand Store  BARKERVILLE.J  jell  !br^fl.  iiiiWi  'fnfftMp  SMI  mm  WSm  !:^QJB&  : "aeliftla  AAfMSpl  1   l'{__v_J_.-  '.tbo.Sa"  f_l___������i T"~  ate  5 now  ������e old  RE.  fc   '���������  tan. .  :ed to  "reek.  rata.  5 ON  v >iu  I'..,,...  utth.  11 E_.  's Ex.  ���������r Let.  i-ding  y at-  NTV  %T  ��������� %  IBBtSS  wm  m  E CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, JUNE 18,?18707  ~ MININ^IOTELLIQENCB.  ~"~  .  WILLIAM CREEK.  Ill tbe companies' above the/sawmill are  aulicing and groiuid-sluicing.   The com -  les near.Richfield, are waiting, for the bed-  fin m e  to  ti e cl eared .it h avin g b een  eri by the freshet., Tbe Forest Rose claim  41 oz. for the work of last week.   The  in the' bedrock drain has lowered, and  [com panies affected by the high water are  airing for work again.   .  .   STOOT GOLCH.    ;/  ������ JenHiria/co. washed up 57 oz. for the  , and the Taffvaie co. 62 oz,  black jack GULcir. :     ;.  3 Neosho co. continue making about $10  ay fco the hand by ground-sluicing.  ff/T-     LOWHKB GREEK.  _: "Victoria, co. washed up 27 oz, for last  's** wprkr which was impeded by water.  ���������Eclipse co. aire-about to sink a shaft.  ���������uomm^QcnKEK^Y.j/.:  freshet  la^ week did considerable  ge to the,works-of many companies, and  igh thing/co.'s diggings were. flooded;  ���������ain or tail-race opens at ihe mouth-of  any on above Van Winkle, where a / tree  fast/across the creek, and,, forming a  the creek backed'1 up in to the tail-race  led lbe d iggi ngs. :ThaminVra had come  ni th e d ig^i n gs abou ft fi ve"m i ii'ii tes belt) is tp o fc p I ace, aiid b ad left' I he,;' face *���������  for/;ar:s������*tpot. Wnbers,   If, the ./." face'l  d h a ve mad e a :��������� ru n,'* it wiI i be a d in_-  |ask" to get the/diggings in working order  ___^"������i^"^  |b L as t C h au ce co. got d own wi th their  fiheyp&ve  I!  w h i c h s truck high. rM 'rock.  ng biit..'���������������������������'���������'"'i-'-: "������������������:������������������...���������.': ' .'���������'.';'  f;  ������rs:  f v  IltS. 6f-  ���������. im ������������������  "���������K TO.  SID  to r.a-  m l>y  t tbo  AND  spcct-  ffl,  n Un.  2Stl  paper  j to &  ipprS,  AY.  ifoik  Toys.  apcrs  ..���������"..��������� ANDERSON. CREEK./ ffyffi-y:  Warren e ",l., a r������ work i rig ' dp wn   stream  ai ti!������������ ���������" 6 r the. i i;on p inn ps'from Victoria,  "mily oo. are. gr'niaid-sluicing.  '  "* .  : CliISllbLM. CREEK.���������"'���������-"'.     '  i re ia re, ii i lie c'o i n panies oh 'th i s creek.  to oc] fl '<} n> cr?. ftire ge 11ing smu 11 clivi ���������:  ''; Ha U i da. v <&' Go_;"; work In g th ro 11 gh a  j  aVi ��������� ';. _>��������� ui n c.. pay.   T h ree com pani es  -0 iVri������if\ i i i ���������;: i ng.  ' The : Gar ad o c c 6'". are  "lV>r,;.th^.^lKi una!.:," . Th.efj������lim: pop>h$ve  ^nci'dtfV^ffil./'ftThe Sno w'dpn  cp. ��������� are  a   tunnel.::-'��������� Another new 'company  Sbminenced -work. ......���������.������. "if .������������������.���������",-������������������    ' I^SAliMS "creek.- ' ���������'���������'���������'ff'f. f.,  ���������So.������ ���������e'niU,u co. have got down' with their  /and    struck   encourasring  prospects.  AsT no chanL'ff io note iathe operations  g^ttjer ijoinpiu'iies. ...'.���������  MOSQUITO CHEEK.   '     :ff XXX''X -  ffresliet'ori this, as ..on nearly. all; other  has checked operations considerably,.  {pwill require two or three weeks to get  Ihing  into good working order.   Two  Snies���������tbe WrtgUtrLnVeH and the-,Sa-  - are p rosp ec (in g quar tz I edges.  / w hips aw ou ten.  .  IfCornubia co. are ground sluicing, and  |five or six dollars per day.  . coulter creek. ,     \  ^Discovery co. have ground-sluiced and  8d up wages.   They have now got their  |ul'c rigged up and anticipate better re-  NELSON CREEK.  |re are six companies on this creek, all  .d-sluicing. .."���������';: .,.' ..*.-. ..  KEITtlEET CREEK.  SjDarihob1 lake the water was eighteen  higher last week than ever known be-  ^ miners.   Up to Tuesday last no work  Veti done for nearly two weeks in con-  ice of the freshet.   A   portion  of the  Stall'dam had been carried away, and  fewer end ofthe Qold Flat claim was en-  feovered by water.   AU  tlie crossings,  that ot the Jackson, had been carried  Iby the freshet" last week.  HARVEY CREEK.  ^iKoy & Co.*s flume was carried away by  ^^^gjshet.   JLaidlaw & Co. are ground-sluic-  i*%- '^d thy point co. prospecting.   The Mia-  ft co, are working: with their wheel.  IBS  -Ml  'M<?$  vm?:xmw  flHL  MM  mm  iff.  f  ���������1  ������Bm  5L  ident���������On Saturday last, while working  '*_fe" i  * 'Jens creek, a miner named James Gal-1  met with a serious accident by the  of the ground-below which he had  ngaged in ground-sluicing.   He and  lj||e;r man were just about to quit work for  lillfey when the bank fell upon Gallagher,  flicted a severe contusion in the chest  MINING RECORDS.  ���������'';. WILLIAM.CREEK.  Forest Rose co.���������June 9-- Rob t, Dri ni rail I,  James, Lesh,.<" Sanderson Pearcy, Thos. i L,  Briggs, each 3| interests���������in all consisting of  fifteen interests. /  ; June 13^-Ah Kam, one hill claim on right  side, adjoining the upper lines of Ah Teeam's  claim..- f,.. .. ���������..' ��������� '���������'-���������.. . '-if ��������� ���������...,'.  Wee Nell cfcJune 13���������rat McCabe, Ed.  Moore, two hill cl ainis on/ ri jr h t sirle. bom-  mencihg about .50 ;feet��������� below the old Tyack  ground, and running: down stream 200 feet.  To be known as the Wee Nell co.  f'X> BLACK JACK GUI.CIL    X ff\.%  June 13���������M.J. Glynn, one creek claim commencing at the butcher's cabin and running  up stream 100 ieet.  ��������� . :,/.��������� ./GROUSE CREEK, f' .';.  June 13���������Recorded in favor of S. May and J.  McB. Smith: two hill claims commencing 210  feet: below Bowman's cabin, and; running up  stream 200 feet. To be known as the 'Queen  of Sheba co. .������������������-'-���������   "'���������'*/'���������,:.. ���������'  Talisman co.���������June 1(5���������0. C. Hankin, A.  Dow. R. Dexter, HP. Walker, each one interest and a half.   Ke-record,  ; - fX:: ' ff,.''.  LOWUEE CREEK.  \:.:]    X.-ffi :f:  . Eureka co.���������June it)--Win, Patch and John  "Velatti, two hill/claims ou west side, commencing at the. upper lines: of the '--Eureka' co.  and running down stream 200' feet alongside  of said co. To be worked as part of the EU-  ���������reka claim.      '���������/ ���������<- 'v..  f.' ft X':-'f '...:-.   ;LIGnTXING CREKK.'''';   ���������   ffl;- ������������������ f  Tt El even o f En gl an d co:���������Ju h e 17���������J, Ho c I.-  1ng< Jos. Penberthy, James; Stephens, J. A.  Yea tes, Charles Ro we, /Thos/ PiereeT John  Gl aaso n, Jo h n A n s t i ti. R i cli a rd Row ling, ''John  5 te phen, r. n d:. Hen ry Grib b 1 e,; e le fob: hill  cl a, j rn s. on th e n o r 111 j in e _o f ,tl.Le,.Eieven-o f~E������i  ���������|jlBBnFilrrf70"o'*sT*������TO^rT3- ���������:-..,; Tof. form part of the  Eleven of England co*s; claim.  ...ANTLER CREEK..   ,. ."  ��������� Lan gen cb.~Ji 1 n el 3���������A. Po r ter, th ree. and  four-fifths interests ; Q. Hendricks, one and  6 ne-fif th, in teres ts,;. Ja s. Ad urns a n d "Wi Lah -  een ��������������������������� e ach ��������� pn e i n teres t; R. W. W. Car rail a n d  Whari Bninskilt, each one-half of one interest  in the La.ngun, co.   Re.:record.  i /Dudmoreland^^D 13��������� A; Porter.  in trust for the Laneen.co., the;Dudhioreland  'ditch, with 200 inches, pf water takenxfrotp  jSwittriy'eiV'- /A re-recorfl. fTfpff  : Sal 1 y-come-u p: co'.���������Ju.n e li^Geo. Sprn ce  an d S|ep> Eejlo vvs f two in teres ts; abandoned.  by Victm^Ataurie." ���������'     ' '"���������  ������������������"'���������������������������    ,    KEITHLEY CRERK. f     ���������' '      '  , Stonewal 1 co.���������Ji in e ��������� 13���������Fred.' Dibble, ;5 0  fee t o f grou ml in the S to ne \vLal 1 c I a i m, ab an -  doned by A. Smith; ff  June 15���������Ah Quajvn and Novie, two;creek  claims on Kei'thley/"creek, commencing 250;  feet below the Grotto co.'s tunnel and runtiing  down stream 200 feet. ��������� .  '���������:���������-���������:'  f-' WALKKIt'S GULCH.       ���������;://    '��������� .'���������_  1 June 8���������Lewis Wintrlp. 50 inches, of surplus water for the Six-toed Pete co., William  creek. ���������'���������.������������������.  ..-MIKKGULCIT;- .���������' '   Ty.    ./  Perseveran ce co.���������Ju ne 8���������,Wm. /Smith,  two-thirds of one interes't.   Rerrecord.  MUSTANG CREEK".  : June 9���������Alex. Allan, one bill claim on east  side, situate about 400 feet above mouth of  said creek.   .....  Ging Bang co.-~June 9���������Ah Mnng, Ging,  Ah 'Cue-.and Ah Choie, two hill claims situate  above A. Allen's claim, and two hill claims  below-Allen's claim.  June 9���������Ging, 50 inches of water to be  taken from Mustang creek and conveyed to  the Ging Bang co.  SUGAR CREEK.'  June 14���������Ah Tong, Ming Cove,, two hill  claims on right side, situated about a quarter  of a mile above Ah Leep & co.'s claim. *���������  June 14���������Ah Tong, 50 inches pf ^water, to  be taken f ro:n a stream flowing;i n to Sugar  creek about half a mite above his claim.  Court Proceedings���������There was one suit,  for wages, before' the Court (his week. A few  cases were disposed of at Quesnelmouth and  Soda creek last week, and Judge Ball returned to William creek. None of them were  of any public importance, unless it be of importance to know what constitutes a.panel in  fencing land. Plaintiff in one case sued for  $240 for fencing done. He alleged that it  bad been agreed that the work should be  paid for according to the number of rods, and  defendant alleged that it should be paid for  by the panel. The Judge decided for the defendant, and then the question arose as to  Plaintiff contended that a  9.1  what was a panel.  panel consisted of one set of rails for-a snake  6CVCl������ ���������������������������"������������������ m w������v���������- !kn0ef and defendant argued that a panel con-  ipp was called over to the creek &ndjfi|ste_ of two sets of rails forming an angle in  Id to bis injuries.   Gallagher was get-1 a snake fence.   The Judge finally decided for  j������ well when last seen by the doctor.     ' the defendant and two sets of mils to a panel.  ; QoARTzVLast year a few energetic individuals promoted subscriptions for a; test  quartz. mill \w.th the view of encouraging  miners to prospect for, quartz ledges^ The  great obstacle tox the commencement of quartz  mi n i ng in pari bop b ad been.. th e , wan t of ma ���������  chinery fof test!ng\the quality, of quartz on a  ���������s'cale sufficiently lai'ge to,'. justify..opehing a  quartz mine if the test shoirfa prove satisfactory,, The mill/was ordereA and a considerable nhinber of f miners immediately located  quartz claimjB and had liem: laid over unti 1  th e m il 1 _3ipl*W d arrive; A0 gr ea_r, -a gene rat  interest's felt.in respect of quartz,mining*  and itr?epIy seemed as if the niuch-talked-of  ���������* q u arf.55 era"'* was ab out to set in. It w as i n -  teres ti n g to ll'arn w hat a I arge n ttm b er; of  q ii a rtz y ei ns were known to: exist in Cari b oo,  and what an: immense industry.they would  create if one-half of them ��������� turned biit well.  The mi11", arri ved and the i ntenclifig' qharIz  miners patiently awaited its erection aud the  publication of the price for crushing quartz.  When all this was done, the quartz fever suddenly and thoroughly disappeared, and today there is scarcely any one who thinks it  advisable to look for a pound of quartz. Only  one to n p f "cpi a r tz has b een tested .and it d o es  not seem asif anybody; intended to get one  o ti n ce m ore. er u sh ed.' ��������� Near I y all th c' q 11 ar tz  claims haye been .abandoned, and the men  who 1 ocaled th em h a ve a on 1 y t h e ������ati.������ fa c ti o n  bf knowing tbat alltfiegopd they.have done  by, their lljartz' prpjecfcs'.was to increase the  rev en tie ��������� hy.^ p a> i tig nib n ey to record cl a i ms.  Itfa p pei^Nph a t; the can se o f* f h is rea c t io n com  men ced with the: publication of the list of  prices fo^'^u*5inrijg\:qnVt2i'':>vhicli |#_spectors  ?ay are fa������?.oP high; . ,-We' regie t that su ch ia  the presen(^condition:ofe:4he "qtiarfz era.?  and:.;h o pe~t*Jat.4h e,en teup risi n g gen tl em eh- wh o  own the mill may find it expedlent to fejsnil������te  their prices more in accordance with the Views  and pockets.'of prbspectors. At prie.flnl there  is a brigyffcrospeo-t'foranv idle ir^U qjjd no  receipts. 'At a rednce_l)rate for mWing^tt *is  very' prbbab 1 e...fhat botti-the country and��������� the  hii11 p'wners wpiiid look. at the mi 11 with more  saf fo fa ctioQ/ th a n; at p resent. A fe w m i n ers on  M osqi i i to c reek, w h oh a ve; s n en t some t i m e  and' a/little/moneyinqiiartz claims and then-  .fore db. not like to abandon tbein, are sti 11'  p i;09p e c t i n g an d an xi on si y; a wai t. a rer J n c t i on.  There areinany quartz veins in the neighbor-  hood of Mosqnito creek', .an d we bave been  told ttiat/ifitlieiprice Of .milling were not ?o  h!^h'the^/ivauld-^e;^r^s^ tested. One  th i ng, It o we v er. seems cert ain : th e o bjec t f o r  which the mill was;p.bta"ned~ tbe encourage-  mVrit/of..."giiiiHi|*hi!hlng������^nd for which the  Government/gaveL $500 towards it, does not  seem likely to be accomplished.  . Fatal Accident���������rOn Wednesday afternoon  a miner nam ed Ju 1 es H. Fraukl in fell down  the shaft of the Perseverance co.'s claim on  Mink gulch, and 'was killed. No one saw how  the /accident occurred. The deceased bad  been engaged at the hoisting gear and was  al o n e, a fc th e time, ��������� The sh af t. is 100 fee fc dee p.  P. O "Harrigan, Henry Brow n and Jaa. Kn ight  were in the diggings, and on the latter hearing sounuVas. of, soniething having fallen  down the shaft, he hurried to the shaft and  found poor Franklin almost dead. In a few  moments thereafter the unfortunate young  man died.   The men in the diggings shouted  for help, but it was half an hour after the ac-  cideut occiuTed before assistance came, and  the men and deceased were hoisted up. the  shaft. ; James Campbell, who was resting in  a cabin close to the Perseverance claim,  having been working on the night-shift, first  saw that something was wrong by the jerking  of th e ��������� r o p e, a n d i hi med i a te 1 y cat led Wil I i a m  Jones and Jarvis to ascertain what was the  matler. It is supposed that Franklin .lost his  balance while endeavoring to land the bucket,  and was drawn into the shaft. Deceased was a  native of Jersey, one of the English Channel  Islands, but was rearerl in London, whither  his parents removed and settled while he was  a child, lie came to Victoria, Vancouver  Island, in 18(������2> and while there was employed  by Mr He it i e a h d Messrs. Cohen & H au If in an.  In 18(14 he came to Cariboo, where he was  engaged as a clerk in Harris Bros." store, and  subsequently worked as a miner, owning an  interest in the Perseverance claim. He was  a few months over 23 years of age, and was  boned yesterday in the Cameronton cemetery.  At the request of the. Jewish residenls, the  Rev. Mr Derrick attended the funeral, and  lhe service at the grave consisted in the reading of portions from the Old Testament and  an address suitable to the sudden death and  alllictive occasion. Several merchants and a  large number of miners followed the remains  of the unfortunate young man tp the grave.  Express���������Barnard's express'arrived at Barkerville on Sunday last, and the down express left on Tuesday night. No eastern mail  came by the up-express.  ���������Firbs���������On Saturday last, about'six o'clock  in the evening, fire was discovered Issuing  from the roof of the sawmill on William cieek.  The mill handstand all the miners in the*-  vicinity of the mill, after a great deal of exer>  tion, succeeded iri subduing the fire.   Messrs.  Meacham _c Nasbn, owners of'" the, mill,, bad//'  about fifteen men at work for severar dpy$ f  pr ejaons to the fi re .clean ng aw ay tAie; 1 u roller  shavlnga^ and  bt*her " cbni biistible 'in aterial '  frotjf arPTnd the mill with a view "io' avpid, a  cp,pflagratibh,' the weather diiri ng the' week./'  having been. very; hot and ;:dry. / It/is supposed 'the fire originated from Ja;cinder or  s"} > ark/ fro in1 the smoke-stack, .haying lodged  be twee n th e sh i ngles on the roof. an d created f'.  a flame /Adjoining the sawmill is the quartz /  mil 1 and. bii i 1 di n g, and pro per ty w^or th ab on t  $50,000.   Fortunately the fire^ Was subdued ,  in  time to prevent any damage to. the machinery, but the roof of the building was  almost entirely destroyed.   On the same day  a fire occurred in tbe forest on Antler creek,  hear the Hamilton co.*s claim.   Qne cabio  and all its contents,  including   provisions,  clothing, blankets,   and   some, money, was  destroyed.   The machinery of the Hamilton  co.. which had just been completed for the  seasou's work, was also destroyed.   No one  suffered any. personal injury, although while  efforts were being made "to save working ma- ;  terial. etc., trees were falling around in all  directions.' ; ���������   '      v    '''"'"  . ������5000 J$;warp.���������The Government'Gazette  a___,  per last Wpress contains an announcement  ������ * . . .... .. ......  from tbe Governmeot of Jn_lia offering_a_re.r.  ~\vard" or"������r>006 for the produ ct io n of the bes fc  macliine for the extraction of fibre from the '  Rhea  grass   and  preparing it for market.  According to the Scientific American, which  we received  by the same express, it would  appear that a. machine  possessing all   the  necessary requirements has already been invented in India^by Mr Donald Crnikshank,  icpresentative of the Telegraph Construction  and Maintenance Company.    The   samples  from Mr Ornikshimks* machine are fine, deli-  cafe and even, and the material would readily  fetch ������50 per ton iirthe home/market.   " Assuming, says "ilift Scientific American, " that  the efficiency and simplicity of. the/ machino  is equal to anything that is likely  to  be set.  up in competition with it for the offered prize, '  we very  much' doubt whether it is likely to  be'surpassed in point of cheapness.   It is so ;  easi I y w o rk ed, we ar e . i n fo r m ed, tb a t any  native may be taught to use it in an honr9  time, and its couslruction is so simple that it  can be sold at 10 rupees (������1 sterling).**  Cheap���������Chinamen have been frequently  "sold" in buying claims, but it often happens  that they get the best of a bargain. Apart  of the Six-tded Pete ciaim was recently sold  to some Chinamen Tor. $70. The-grptincl had  been worked, but indifferently well it would .  appear, and was thought of little value. John,  ho we ve r, went, to w o r k, in  goo d   style .a a  thpugh. he had got a piece of. virgin ground,  brough t water to i t, and fixed .tinngs, so th at  he could wash.every day.   On the first, wash  u p he took out 10. oz.., about th e sam e q u an -  tity on the next day, and on the third; day be  offered ;$700 for the. remainder of the claim,  but the owner concluded to *4 hold on." John  is very partial to aground sluicing or hydraulic claim, and the p roll I able results of  his  labor in some of the claims on Williams creek,,  which he had purchased, has induced him to '  make offers for many of them'above the can-  yon... ������������������'    ���������  Buuglartous Attempt���������A great many unpleasant circumstances transpired on Saturday last within a short distance of William  creek. A fire occurred at Messrs. Meacham ���������  & Nason's sawmill, perilling the safety of  much valuable property. Another fire occurred on Antler creek, and an accident on  Stevens creek. On Stout gulch, when some  members of tbe Jenkins company returned  from work to their cabin, they found that it  had been entered and everything in a confused state as though a search for valuables  had been made. The felonious individual or  individuals had taken some shingles out of  the roof, the cabin door being locked, and  entered throii_;h the opening thus made.  Gold dust and. valuables were evidently the  object of search, as nothing was taken away, ,  and a costly gold watch was fortunately  found where'it had been left by the owner.  Omineca,���������We have no news from Omineca  later than that brought by express a month  ago.  ���������Am.  mfhf  iffX.  ,1 .^~ ���������ip  w"  fit]  FLYING HOTELS, y :  It seemed a few years ago, when Mr Pall-  man came but with his "palace"*/ sleeping  cars as if the climax of. comfort for travellers  had been reached,; and certain ly seems so now  since the arrival to-day from the Pullman Pacific Company's Car Works of lhe new Portable ;Hotel:<< Algoma,*.*! one of a set of four  which .that company has jnst'completed^nnfer  tbe djre?Uon of George M.'PullmanlBPr*iI-  d en I of the Company, for the. accom moclatijcTft  of excursion travel,. These portable hotels  owe their existence to the great success of the  " Hotel Express", system, which has been in  use on the Pacific railroads for the last six  months, arid of which they are ,realiy an elaboration and extension. They differ from the  11 Hotel Express.". cars in that, they are even  more elegant than those; that they are intended for "special; excursions to the Pacific,  not for regular travel, and" that they ply on  any road between the Atlantic arid Pacific.  ���������  The portable hotels are made, finished and  furnished in the most elegant manner/^possible? and contain skterooms.: private, drawing  rooms, general parlor, kitchen, etc.. furnished  witii all. the essenIia! comforts of.a home.  Their dimensions are!fi fty-five feet long: by -ten'  :-eet wide, which is the sa^me.���������$$ the -smallest  size of Prill man Palace '������M$*?: They are cal-.  culated! to^::accdTtim6date from-^twerit^  t wenty-fi.vp guests. ���������They a re, mounted u po n  ^twerjeTTWheris^a-in^^  c6for!anigilt;!as the other Pull man. cars, and  cosfcj with their !butjlt .of ���������plate, etc., $22,000:  cacti.      /'��������� ..,.'���������-t (|.: '���������      . .,��������� ��������� (   . ��������� \    ���������.. .  The modus.operandi of the portable hotel  eystera;is something like, this: A party, of  twerityT-say at Bdsioii.^'fdr^.jDoXtpn party has  already chartered the " Riverside,'" one of the  four. for a.trip to the Pacific-^secures a p.ort-  . able hotel .at eighty-five dollars a day for the  tri p'. This is ah out foilr <J ol 1 ars a passe'nger,  t i e same rate wh icli .lhe. sin gle travel ler,. now  p ays, for a .seat iu a. di:awi n g-room; car by da y  andi!a=berth "6y! flight.;! With .the car (or! hotel.  as you; pi ease) tb ey' ge t a s le \y ar d, co ok an d  two ? waiters, pay ��������� for whose' services., is included in the rate above mentioriedi They  p u rvey fo r. I hem sel yes, (h e ste wa rd ac f i ri g? as!  their.Wisihess!agent, in the prociiring of extra  su p plies ��������� transportation, etc.. along the route.  It is est" mated th at a p arty can 1 i ve su mp tn -  ously for aboiit two dollars each .under��������� this  ar ran ge m etifc; .Th e y ri ttacti their ho tel to the  best trains of whatever road they intend.to  travel, arid detach it. whenever they arrive at  a c rty, a poi at _ p r a j un ctiq n where they d e-  sire^Tc^swircli"off/for/ tiny purpose.;;-"For in-  Btance; arriving at Ogdtm, and wishing, of  course, to inves 1 igate' the mysteries of Brig-  ham Yonn g's harem, their ho tel ,_ is switched  upon the Utah Central "Railroad, and in a  jilfy they';are in Salt Lake City.. Having  " done" that quaint.capital of the Mormon  Ziori, they proceed to join the express train  on the main line, serving in the same-way  flu oh of the mining districts or points of mountain scenery .ns they may wish to see more  thoroughly.,.:, Wherever they .go���������through  iiio untain fasti?esses, o rer a 1 bali nef deserts, or  where ri o t���������they h ay e th eir h ome with th em.  The pleasures of borne arid travel have never  been combined in this wonderful way before.  We have no doubt of the perfect success of  the enterprise.���������[Chicago Evening Post* ���������  A Prudent master advised his servant to  put by bis money for a rainy day. In a few  weeks the master inquired Jiow ranch of his  wages he had saved���������" Faith, none at all.'"  said lie; " I did as you bid me; it rained yes-  . tcrday���������I took a drop���������and it all went.'"  CuaiosiTY.oF ax BlkotioxCask���������The amenities of a contested election in Ireland have  frequently tested the descriptive powers ot  thc tourist, the novelist, and the humorist.  The theme'is now attempted !!;by the newspapers ; and, in respect to,the recent election  of Mr Heron, the Tlpperary advocate states  that the following bill of expenses has since  been presented to ifis treasurer:  "i.���������������������������'''���������".'.'7.���������'���������''!;'���������  TrftfiBRAUY. March 11,1870.  yxm F���������r, Mob Conductor and Botheen  Boy, etc., etc.,' to I)ennis C. Heroics election  conductor, Debtor for the followiggVnrk and  murdher done, ori'the day of polling,'Feb. 26,  .1870::.: !��������� . ....������������������    f*\.  T* ������& % a.  To three sli on ts at 2d. per shon t, ���������������     0, 0   C  To three li u rrahs for Iiero n at 3d. ea,v 0   0  To four screeches at 3d. each, 0   1  To th ree.bounces in the air at 3d., ea, 0. 0  To hittin<r a voter for Mr Kickham a  we t of a dead: cat. which I spent  f five^houis'killing the night before. 0  To making a prod at and givihar two  strokes of a wattle to one of Mr  Kick ha mi tes, (.     ���������    ; 0  To gri n p I ng o n e pf Ei ckh am's p ar ty  by������������������ the windpipe ,or 'throttle, for.  'which.i. got a slap of;a rock over  ;:' the lett ear,! leaving mp,. since! in  care: of a .doctor, '.ff: 0  To striking!a!votefvpver the head,  '.;. ,w hi ch. kri.oCked liis ha toff wi th a  . brickbat which I dragged from aj  ���������   old ciumney; '���������'������������������* 0  0n! fhe declarat ion of tlie pol 1, wh e%^  Hero n was not deel ared el ected b ?  a majority of. four������ I took a fit of  -illiurroomgf���������shQuiing, screeching  2   0  3   S  6   7  1   4  "���������'*.  "��������� s '���������  w������*  1 ea piiig, roari ng. b ou nci ng, sm sish  :, i rig w,i ado ws, dashi ng in to whisly   :  ���������s^ops.swailowiiig half gallons1 of ^--::  !.porter,!skefpirig glasses of whisky, :  ' 0 ro wi rigtf.nl icemen i 1 _ ather i n g. so I-   ,  .:!!diers.Inn|fI;I fV>urid��������� '.myself .riearlga ';'  : ^d^*1^^ lookoipVthe folio wing!-   .;.;.;!:  inofniag,"and had to pay Is. fine,   0 10 11  :.'.;.     Total.       ,,' . ������A   IP ?  "������������������ RS^Tf thisBill is not paid before Patrick's  Day; Bo: Herrings there- will be bad work!on  the head of.-���������     'IT������������������������������������:;-.������������������  '. .  'fa-fir. MISCELLANEOUS^  'A.  A'  , A. Youxg lady once Married a man by the  Dame of Dust against the wish of her parenis.  After a short time they Jived unhappily together, and she returned to her father's house,  but he refused to receive her, saying, "Dust  thou art, and unto Dust thou shall return.*'  And she got up and " dusted.'*  f   BE. SIBDALI, Ii.E;a, M,' ������������������  AND    DENTIS T,  fJAS REMOYEi) ,TO^&ARk!BI^ILL^!,ani���������fe pre-  M piirp<l to treat nil kinds of disonas an fl execute  PEKTISTRX; in all Us Wer en t branches ni the heal..  est a n il host s \ y.U..... T'������eth Ti 11 ed wi th {pu ro Gol d an il  Sil ve r; a ls.f������,: F;i Ise Teeth put i n' oh ��������� Gol tl Plate, and  iipbnpivr.ts on-old stwraps or portions of th_> te.oth,  wh ich very o fte n rem aiti qu ite ^outi din th e j a \vb one  aftc-r the tops are gone, anil this is the. best, way for  any ������������������person1 to. have, false teeth, as they arc n^ver rein oved i'or the purpose of cleaning like tliose upon  plate,.and ar_ 'p.ri'ecily natural to the month and  tongue, as much:so as the original teeth.werCi  Parties who h-ivft got sound teeth would do well to  cnll'and have them cleaned, thn, nvohling losing  fliierOlis ot!iers" have."done thrau{.h- live injurious..effL'.cts.  of what is called tart;ir. consisting of salivary (mucus)  animal matter and-phosphate of lime, whiclv^ncrusts  the teeth .with a: dark.scale, loosens tlie gums, continues down to the hones, loosens the teeth and  causes-them to fallout without being decayed ;���������-  ���������': &_?" T.eth extracted in the very best way known;  Charges moderate . The best references given, and  all work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.  ���������Q3..0FFICK���������Opposite the Government Assay'.OEQce,  my21 BARKERVILLE.  ���������,'������������������������������������.  M OtFg E.        :  i T.L parties desirous of ohtaining copies of their  rL PRKSCRiPTiossj or of having: the same refilled,  will pluaso oiitl soon, as 1 intend leaving for the  Peace river Mines as soon as practicable, to open a  Branch   Drug   Store.  IE will take copins of the above with me and lock  up the orlgl n. 1 1111 m y ret urn in t h o fall .'���������  I will nlso take a select lot of Urus-s, Patent Medi-  cinos, an'I. various ichtns, suttahle frr Miners.,  During my absence, I hop.* my trie-bes will not for-  get that MtAvo a large an i choice Assortment of ft..'  tent Medicines at the Old Stand hero, which they can  ohtnin a treasonable rates.  Parties owing small aecounts will please call and  settle the,same.  *   ,      til"   ^r     ��������� ���������JAS'   p*   TAYLOR,  Barkerville, ^farcn 18,1310. .ml.tf  MISCELT.ANEOUSV  A Yankee captain once sang out In a  squall to a raw hand on board his craft, " Let  go that jib there! Darn your skin, let go  that jib !** " I ain't touching it," squalled out  the simple downeaster.  A. G-ILMORE,  IVIERCHANT TA!LOR3  YATES   STREE?,   VICTORIA,  VX.  HAS ON HAKD, and is onnstantly reccivinff, a  br.2-0 assortment- of CLOTHE CASSiMRltlilS  and Vestings, winch he is prepared to make to order  in thr* most approved, styles.  Parti--, m. Williim ' rerk can hnve their measures  taken by Mr JfeColhim, Barkorvilie.  4QT All orders from Cariboo promptly attended  VICTOBIA MARBLE WORKS,  -  YATES STREET, VICTORIA, VJ.  ijrgf-Orders for Monuments, Tombstones, &c.,  promptly attended to;. Every, description of. work  in Marble exych'tcl.'���������; A List of Prices can be ?eca at  the Sextisel Olfice '���������":'.'���������'.   f<-'h. ;my76m  A. McPlierson; ::  JEWELLEB,  "������������������ 'BA-akER'VILL'E.' :  CHEAP    GOOD!S!  COMPRISIXG-  Boots, Shoes Clothing and  Groceries,  0F: T HE: BE;ST !QU ALIT Y, : ;  Forsale at the Store of the undersigned in Barkerville, opposite the Baiikof British Columbia. "���������'..���������  ��������� ?::���������.-.,.       :���������'v:'-:.-,-","- . W. REliNIE. '  BOOTS MADE W OPES  se4tf  as usual.  ���������Lightning Orekk.  "JBTERS AND-TRADERS will nnd it to their ad*  ���������vantage to-purcliase:a'.t_tM^l^X?.._____^"_____J_  LAR.E���������: ISSOETMENT OF GOODS  Oftheveryhest description on. hand, and the Stock  constantly replenished.by new arrivals. .Theproprlo-  ���������;.''  Afiff/f;. ��������� .t tors will sell Goods   /;.  TAS!CEEAP:;^AS,ANY; INvCABIBOO.  .  Orderspromp tly ailed!, a n d to r war d c d \y I th' d Ispatch.  ���������'-���������'���������' '-.'���������, '���������   ������������������.���������:',���������! ���������������������������     BEEDY &, L1NOHARD,:  f  '��������� l-Van Tinkl^'      '���������'"���������."'    '.-���������!     '���������"���������' "'���������!"���������' ?r''?i>y-letor5^  ^V:"lG;NDON''^  govelinment and wharf streets.  if ft ���������������������������^.,^lGTORlA.-:'!''  "������������������!'��������� .-. '!>1  J.  in porters of all descriptions of Dry Goods,  ;���������"'���������'��������� ���������������������������,���������-.-Hosiery an d' Undeix io thing...!, :  A very full assortment of these poods, suitable for  Wholesale, buyers, at their 'Wharf street Store.  R"jEular su]ip.lies rscei.ved from Knrope hy,; sailing  vessels and by Express via Panama and Pacific Rail-  road.  U6PParticular attention given to orders from British Columbia.  Sol. Atienl for Alexandre Km Glovks.  London Finn���������J. P. TUNSTALL& Go., 8 Bow Church  .  Yard.  ELETS AIIUN1TI0N  t).  my 21 6 m  For Sale.  NE-HALF interest in the well!known v ANTELOPF  RESTAURANT," in Barkerville.   For particulars  apply to Mr. JOHN DALY, on the premises,  my 28 lm  I;  THE BOXER CARTRIDGES  For Snider-En field of -577 bore,  and I'or the.Henry,.and Martini Henry Rifles of .450 bore,  adopted by her Majesty's War  Department, nlso of '500 bore  for Military Rifles.  WATERPROOF CENTRAL-  TIRE M ETA J7L I C CAU-  T.RinGES with enlarged Base  for small bores, adopted by  foreign governments for con���������  vortiid-Chassftpot, B rdan, Be-  mini:ton nnd other Rifles; also  ^_ Cartridges   for   Ballard; the  era1. .!;,___���������   spencer,and American Henry  lie pea tinp Rifles.  The "ELEf HOXSR*' are th'n cheapest Cartridges  known, carrying their own ignition, and being made  wholly of metal, are water proorand imperishable in  uny climate.      ' ���������  Tli-j above Cartridge cases (empty) of all fIzcs, and  for thc diiftrent systems 61 Breccli -loading Jlijics can  b" had with or without thc h\\\table Bullets' and*Machines for finishinLT the Cartridges " .'  BOXER CARTRIDGES'of -450 bore for Revolving  Pistole, need in her M g-stv's Navv.  <-OPPER RIMFrRE CARTRIDGES of all sizes, for  Smith & Wesson's, Tranter's and other Pocket Ro-  volvors.  PtN-OARTRIDGES for Lefaucheux Revolvers of  12 m. 9-w. an I 7-m. bore.  CENTRALFIRE ani PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES for  all sizes, and s-ysfmsof Gun������. Riflecand Revolvers.  D'Jiibln Wjitprnr-wfan v K. B.'Onp������, Paten t Wire Car  trid^c?, Felt Gun Waildines for. Breech and Muzzle  Loaders, and every description of Sporting and Mill,  tary Ammunition.  EL EY  BROTHERS.'  ��������� *��������� ���������  GRAY'S  INN  EOAD,  LO^DpN,  WHOLESALE OKI.Y        tms ui������  MISCELLANEOUS.  *_______!  ^^^     VICTORIA  Has commenced making hep regular, trips  , betwfpn  SODA CRBEIC & QUESNELMOUTH;  &&* The steamer is not respcnsihle for leakage ���������'  Oils, or other liquids shipped in tins.  ���������TKe Steamer    Onward^  .   .  :   CAPT. WM.IRYIXG,:  ��������� T.        '  LEAVES Kcw Westminster for Vale on We������W  days and Saturdays'. ,       ;.-������.;.   '   ,"'.  Tlio steamer will not be responsible for leakage 0p  Liquids shipped in tin or glass.,  . ,: my7  J  THE public are hereby informed that CHOKSQ CHY  known by the English name u Henry" is nota���������l  thorised to collect moneys due to the* KwotigLe. i  company, and the said company will not be retpto, I  sible for uny .debts he may cuntr.ict, \I  CHANG LUM,      V'J  Agent lor Kwwjr Lcei ' I  Barkerville, April 12th, 1S70. (nplBlni    |  foe the oii_aW_F" I  .. ~  ' ���������  ��������� -    Ira  THE undersigned begs to inform oil pnrties wishln* 1  to ship goods to Vital's creek and surroumli.? 1  country ihat lie will he prepared to forward GG,QG0 I  pounds pcsr monih, on and niter "the 1st of .April turn 1  from Quesnelmouth tothe.hcad of navigation. ' |  , All consignments attended to with care and dis.'"���������  ���������patch.". ,.' ���������'* ...'* ' ::'��������� f: .������._:.'? " : I  jaStf PAtRiCKHlCKEY     1  NOTICE,  THE barge " OMINECA,!'. Capt. Moore, will-be prj.  pared, on the 1st day of. June nest,, to make her  reguhir trips from1 thc' foot of Stuart hikja to:Tlh. ilea"  of navigation on-Lake Tatlah, .carrying freight oni  ���������pafsengcrsi- '������������������ ;,-. ���������-���������-.., ���������     ������������������';''���������������������������������������������.������������������  ;Thc Omineca is 35.tons burden, and is provided wit_  ^is-w^ter-digJit_.coii>p_ul_h and capable of cany,  ing 25 head of pack. anitnalson~cl^ck-.- ��������� ;i , v. i~-~���������a  All goods intended to be -hipped liy the Ohitiocj  the parties shipping will please address J."W..>kior������l  foot of Stuart Uikef where there will he ngo6riv_.Bl)v  stantiaI warehouse for the receiving and forwir=iii)j  goods. / J. W.'������������������MOO-IE;.  . Quesnellemouth,'.ApriI16lh, iS7p......,'       ls]M  SAWMEY'S   LETTERS  ASD  CARIBOO    RHY  E8������  BT JAMES AN'DERSOX.  PRICE,  ONE DOLLAR  : For sale at .the Sentixbl Ofllco  and fonvnrded b|  post, free, of chat pe... ��������� niy2..  Pacific Telegraph  Hotel,  ���������: S lore, s treet (b e t we e ri Horn Id & J1 i 3gar d),  ,  VICTORIA, B.C.,  Andrew Astrico.    -     -     *     Proprietor.  The most commodious and elenn Hotel in Victoria,  It is conducted on the European principle. The UbiJ  is supplied with the very best the market affords.  Meals at all hours Of:, the day.-   Private DiniR_  Rooms for Families. -      ���������  , Board and Lodging per week. $5 50 @ $6 50.-  Per day, SI.   Siuglemeals, 37 1-2 cents.   Beds, 50c,  JtXS*- A F ire-proof-Sa fe i n, Uj __B ou.se.  ���������  I/in  soda creek:,  QUESNELLE, and  BARKEBVILLE.  TWO 6-in. CYLINDER STEAM ENGINE^  WITH BOILERS,  Suitable for small steamers,  (llinton, April 12th, 1870.  J. HARPE1*,  npl6 6m  LEA & PERKINS'  Cel eh rated  WORCESTERSHIRE   SAUCE,  Declared by Connoisseurs to be  THE  ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  m  Caution against Frand.���������Tho success of Ihli  ,.,ost delicious and unrivnlled Condiment having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of '* Wotcps-  tershire Sauce" the public is hereby informed that ilia  only way to secure thc genuine. Is to  ASK FOR LEA & PERRINS* SAUCE,  and to sea that their names are upon the wBArrEB,  I-ABKLS, STOI'I'RR. and ROTTIE. .,  Some of the foreign markets having beensi'PPnea  with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce, upon thc wrjp*  per and labels of which the names of I.ca and T'errtns  have been forged, L. and P. give notice that, tnoj  havo furnished their correspondents with poweroi  attorney to take instant proceedings against MA?5*  KACTURKRsnnd vendors of such, or any other iroiw*  ���������tions hy which their right may ho infringed.  Ask for LEA & PERRINS' Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper. Label,��������� Bottle, ana  : Stopper.   :      ,        '    - a-   ,.  Wholesale and for export by tho Proprietors, wor-  cester; Crosse and Blackwcil, London, &c, "^c.' a������a  by ftomn e������_4 Oilmen u������ivers������_Jr.  FLOUR, FLOi[B.-'-FL0IJJB.,|  i  P  p  1  m  mm  m  M  L&P-  . 4,Vm - ��������� ���������'��������� ':-^''i v,";is������ysM.i*.  / it

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