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The Cariboo Sentinel Mar 18, 1871

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'  #������������������'������������������<"���������������   ..W   &".   <*���������;;,.. h. vi ���������  For oii������. sqnar^{oho'Jnoh)^flrst insert ion,* ���������' - &$3.  " ... ' . "  ���������.   ' one month,   -  -     5'  For-two'sqoaroa,,first insertion, " ���������-?.--. -S-, '5  -  ,,;,t^���������������-u viftir'mAtir/.-���������- - "v.v:iv"^-  Agents forHhe'-** Cariboo Sentmel.**  Vnn'Wihklei^vi ������<j_ ������$������# ������ Mr' J^V. Liridhnrt ' %- J.  Q u est] el m on th... - . -, * -i 'y Bn f n mil *8 Express  Soda Creek, y -      -    ��������������������������� T      - ���������   Barnard's Express  Victoria,   -    - -      -     ��������� -      -      -���������-     John Colleus  L: P. -Fisher^:^^;'^:'-y.y).^a ��������� - ;'..:, San Francisco  Hudson & Mchet;;". -��������� ���������'-'- *-'"-,.}-}..'-'- '-'">  New York;  ������������������' 41 ^HE^GARi0(?O^NTINEL W?  Car d s, C i r culars?, Posters ah cl Program m es for  5 2 2 -Ball^an^TC ��������� ;  ^^Executed'witb neatness arid dispatch.^^  Terms moderate. .  ���������BPEC1 AI/ Tb-TlS^ CiRIBO^ SENTINEL  ' ^;r3B&to.#5*h;ffiaE^  I fc i s now certain th at the fol 1 o wi n a: 'eon d i-1  :IJons of peace have feeen accepted hy Favre:  aud tlie Consultatiye>.Gommitteie:ij '���������"..  1 st���������Tlie cMibn. of:: Alsace" and:. Metz? but  Beltort to be^r^^irdifeFrahceU ,,:���������;���������  2^���������The pay;oeut.qf a,^war��������� .indemnity of  ^fiv?:Sill.i'ard^Of franca.^ fiiX2mi  "' <X y ���������  *3fl ��������� A poption;. of, French:^territbry,' with  smne fortified town like Sedan, to remain in  German possession;until.the cor������4itions of the  tre^ty^am^falfltledf ^ '    2% .^l%t.j >i     ".'  4th���������Ttlewrraaffafmytp enter Paris od  ^lon'day and occupyrthe Champ Elysee.  5th���������Peace to be proclaimed when  the  ��������������������������� I^ncK|AssemBly-^atiUe^ne >- '  Thiers and the delegation returned to Bordeaux to-dayi-5������*f^^riA-> y)  r"Vv "*"TPariB, Harch 2d. \  At 11 a,m. the hea,d,p| Jbey Germ an. troops  advanced up "the GrSnd'Ayenuei After the  dragoons came Bisniark, the Dukes of ,Saxe'-.  "^b u rg; LeJbpold'o^ Bay aria! ^.0'eti oral l&d alber tt  ���������and -Prince Charles ��������� of Prussia. When thei  Prussian infantry .pas&ed under the Arch of  Triumph they were received by crowds with  screar^aful d^r^si^ilsheuts*: ,-Seyen squadrons "of hussars came, next. Biemarkvdid^not  enter "tlie Arch of Triumphj but turned round  and rode back to Neuilly. Crowds of men  yancl jb���������^s\|)ft>ckecj J the -way/1 btit .^verevdie-  persod by. the Uhlans. The troops looked  splendid . aiid ; surprised  the' French;    All  quiet.. ":'"'   "'" " *''  ..,.    .,,..       : ,s.r .. v y. ^\potidon,. March.4.  ���������;  A letter from Paris of*the 3d states "that all  ' the avenue,s,are almost deserted..   An extra-  ordi nary .scene was witnessed at the Arch of  Triumph; Pieces of artiilery had been placed  in' position; the gunners near at hand,Teady.  to sweep every 'avenue from the arch. Strong  guards of infantry, with arms piled in the  ���������vicinity ;''and -.soldiers singing  from  song  books*   There is much:difference in their tem-  p e rs j-, some <; are I r ien d ly wi th the b 1 o uses,  exchange segars and drink wine, while others  do not allow strangers.' to ������o to their fires.  All are boasting,of the conquest, and glad  that the waris over so that they can got back  to Ju'iierland.   No one is allowed under the  arch in the Place de % Cohcordey :There^is %  strong guard rifo Bavarians; an ���������;ftbnfe ofythe,  Tuilleri0s.,yBodies of guards are stationed  anouadHHe w'atch-fires: ��������� '���������. :r2r ���������',';;; y- -��������� y y ��������� -.7���������  ; 'A letter' from a French-lady says the Prtis-  |iah Occupation p^farts-is; en&ed. The evacuation com mencet las \ :nigh t; at "six. . It b egan  in regular order, :.thO:ca^lry itnd artillery in  advance.   The Prussian and Bavarian infantry faced .right about. At .Sj3(f tffe main body  of the troopspassed through the Arch of Tri-  umph with- bands-playing, andxolprs. flying.  Many-of' the jiien^wore^^Eagles: on tlieir-epaulets, and one regiment' wore laurels"  At 9  |o'clOck^tbe>^Bavarian ^inftintryi and? artilleiy  ;occupied Bois^ , All tlie��������� xegiments were ac-  |c6mpanted by full bands; and a few moments  ^afterwards the^head of Uhe Prussian boluinii^  ireached. the ;arcb, marehing. througnjn col-  unins.      '      ���������" " ,:      "\1X ' ."'  \: ,   ' \_   % '.ry > ; - - ,.t,Londou,March ky%  ^A" fiis^tch^ daled'th  joy ism an if ested } at th e ann 6 uncement ythafc  peace;has.been concluded.1 ' 2:,2':TrJ\:y."y.  The:. Priissian.y woun ded have: been.-, sent  home,'and it is expected that the 1st Army.  CorpS\:'wiil; march;' in-three days/ The Emperor ywill not, gp to Stutgardt.and J������Iunicli,  bufcfprtifceed direct to Berlin'?X2. J XX.-'  i ��������� ���������. ��������� -. ��������� - ._��������� -  ;- 'The-; ATLixric Gauucs���������The- SyS: Robert  Lowe has I'etnr ned h ere a secon d ti me, ba ving  been ;6nce rnore -unsuGcessful iit cableyfishing;.  Sh e w a������ ab le th e seco n d ti me tb -i gra pple on e  of the; cab les, :b u t o wi ng \- tp: sjjqr uiy w eather; jt  .partedyfrprotbe :heavy, pitching-:^ b^thef ^hip-i  On^the*5th; Jjiniiary; sheyagaiii took her" clepar^  feure^for the; scene ^fy:4idtibiiV- 'This:^time she  goes tinder^heJcommanxl/of CapfcKerr, of the  Adihiralt^S nrvey;'"assis ted b yf MryRobipso n  of the same service.... Captain Kerr...is an .energetic officer, and it is to be hope'd be will  ���������succeed ih^eff&tingfwnatv bthers <liavei:failed  lo accomplish.' The repair of these cables  would be at thisf. moment a seryice to the  civilized \vorld, for no one can tell the moment .when, ;the Y French .cable may Jjecomc  dumb; as its-poweiv of ^articulation vis said?" to  be impaired. What a blank11 would 1$entreated  by eVenva temporary suspension Of cbhimuni-:  patlotibetvveefithe:Old,World -andthe$few 1  Nay; : 'serious- - international , complications  miff hi arise from the. want:; ,bf ahstantahebtis  intercourse; It is- quite evident that a safer  bed fbr^ these; cables,,. in.,:apprpacbing bur  sh 6 res/r must ���������} be* fou n d r Al I th e'. i n j uri es  vbitherto have^occurred^^'near ; the, same, spot^  about 60 or 70 miles :frb my Hearts Content  I;t ;ia exceedingly *4prbbalite : that-\ abbat this  spot the cables crossa ledge of rock, in comparatively shoal water, and that the. action of'  the Arctic! current4eaii|e^)thejcables to fret  ���������against these rocks, and, in the course of  timef: the-coy ering is. i njuredrnud a leakage is  thel cbnseqiien ce. T tie Electric current - th e n  " runsfto earthJ? through the leak. There are  bu tHwo, ways /of remedying thisr-either. the.j  cables must make such a detour as will ena-  bie them ..to clear ihis. ledge, or. a;;new7 piece  of cable, so heavy as to retain its place in  virtue of its gravity, riiust.be laid down; I  think-, now that the keen, frosty weather has  set'lp, there is a much better;chance of getting  acalm day or two in this storm-tost ocean  than during Decemb.er.'^.[Ne'wfoundlahd2Cor-  respondence.  SMm&^he7hi^^t^  pleiibfcbf ^th^iiB^; ap0%rojedte^Mn^vofrBaii^  way? to British ^otqinbiainnf lieUT oT|tbe ^resr,|  ent roiite^by thei^ad&Trunk^O^e^ogeditb;  hostile^ ^attack^ ;/tbatcjtUdy severance^ ofofe  colonies woiildvbe fotal to 'i the;iptere^S)p/#^  British: Empire;^ and? that .,;Ganada% lis- (faJ4 ������,;imT  ry pr tapt. Jn ^viejffi of ; p,ny misunSer^tandi ng/wi |li  the tinited^Sfcaites, s?an d- sbouldVntbejjefox ^ be,  aided jand*protectedito.;the uttermoBt,by^i the;  motherlcoiiatry.*>ras anfessential fobiholtl .cmi  th e: AiEnerican: eojitipe n Hnvthe- event i of ? iwar;  The ni ode proposed fofc^ffidel^nce /jwbnld;  be^by forfeiting thei chief ftbwfcs^iWd^ main^  taining-e������Scie^^nbOja^:on^n^  an dr^akes^ hhe 6C6n ntryr ikee^in^icm^  es tal)H sfaihen t^} heke&iryhfpr^a 'C'oh^in^eMliofi  SOOjdoOx fight5ngfcmeb.^::> Milil^^ibni^atiqn)  ������o^beCthevba^  fernniyent sendiog out discbarge-d epldi^sv \?.ith  goo& oonduct^qertificates, ^nd ; theyPpminlo3Vj  mak^^fr^ graui^of^nd  itbei^cuJtivating;and; \residing pn^fe* eamep  witligliibility^^tby serviee:: in ^eknee|rb.fcithe^  country. ; Encpiiragement; shpiiIdvbe^ield'ont  to, vrptiredi arm^^fficers ^tCM settl^i^ftotaki  coai man d s, ;and: friRe^ p^sages-anbyj^^gr^nj;s  made \.��������� as Rewards������;��������� tp. \ soldiers aftei^^bejj^jij  ter|nj of./sevrvice,> tbjUSyajffbrding Buchfindii^ef  meuts to<enysj^ne^j^ i^uldvsypei:  ���������j.:.i.W  mscmMw^gyy  y.r i  lit  0-y  :������Li ijirba, ?An q u,nd tc������iV-.l?i pipgfe a f.te^l.e 0;Jo w) t.j������,  ^romptiioss^ a ii d' warranto tf t ov Jgl v c 'entire l;satis" v  MiB������m^2^^^:^0y y  ������������������V-fl^  ���������- ���������-��������� -FOR BALK' y^XX^   .  ���������rrr-  ������.'������.-*. i -t������-*i  BUS INESS, -NQXICES.^y  ;Has;returner! So J5arkeryine,a^ con-.;  y%  y -L  ... '/  Xy-I  ���������^i'i  bestowed iipiXn:'him -by tho;:peo#e-rpfrOriribop;.  ��������� AIii-aUhraii9hcs,ot:-;^eii.t^:^ . y..  satishiciioii'or^ctu rtf :t h^money?^ ntf: :-pai^W..^t'ie?ft.'r;;:--  'On Bkttish North America���������An able paper  was read the other day at the Russell institution by, Captain Duncan,. R, A., "On Canada,  or British NortV America." The views advocated were mainly that Canada with its  awja of three millions ot square miles, and its  papulation of four millions, is tbe most important colony of the empire, aud likely to  ^New-yorkji'Iifdi-anaj Illinois j and bthOr.f States,;  ^for persons Ifvojri any* Statue: or ^country^legal \  everywhere; desertion^drunkbn'uessl nOmsup-j  :popVevtc^ sufficient; "cause; ^nbypnblicity^^iNoi  tcharge until divorce as obtaihed.^^Adyicejfree/  \ Address MO���������)HB,&j RICHARDs5N,-ii;  yyy ��������� -feyv^y /yy>,.Counseliors;atLajPVv''.iydr;  yr^yr yXyyUSQ, Broad way ;i; Newark City ^  :y-,.iC,^1V��������� y  .itdoiirj^evenvwhcriMnirofluceil upon.:a>lUcoding- ncrv*..  ?; fTcetlv p ut. in i upon pi a te; an dt .upon Vpi vo tsy yVarlie's:  rwlio mav rcquifo the Doctoi^servicete^would* do < well  to makb"?an: early cnlpas^oydoes;>iiot^nwn^^ir?-  main long in' BurkervlllelV :���������".'","2>.X *^: V*?*?  HcS^Reme nib er. thajt;tlic;ch firgcs;aro f imoderatc, umt.  ho oili ce .opposito th������ Assay Oftice} ]3arkGiriW. ��������� '*   , ���������  ' 2t  '; W-  y  :w  f'V^  iUw  tory of iiicdicii4-preparation  ta-iKjqus.edoct in ,.the. cratiicatipn., and. j.cxtinciion.-of  Pain i ii all i fe' various' forms i ncld ei i t to: th'fif* hum tin  lami 1 y, arfd the unsulioi te d wri ttencarid, ve rl >al? i'tos ti ���������  mony of .the masses iQ its favor, have.heeD,.and are  itsowh'hcs^'advcrttecineiits;' " "���������'���������yy'' .*������* *' ^Hiv-y  v    "   ;    ' -v; >v.- * "-.j: M -u y-.yyy v:,;v;-  Tlie ingredients of the PAIN KILLER; heing purely  .VEGETABLE,-; render-jit :'������a^perfectly .safe and\ellica:.  citius remedy taken internally,'.as, well as for 'external applicatioiia;;. wlViipy' used - ajscortl ing -l toTdlreq-  tions.,;.TUc stain 'upQu.liuen from iU: use i^ easily  removed by washing with alcohol. ,  This Medicine, justly celebrated for the euro of so  many of the alfliction������-incidrmt to the human family,  lias now, bo en be lore tho public over thirty yeahs,  and has.found its way futo almost every comer'of  the world;, and -wherever it has boon used, the sumo  opinion is expressed of its medical properties.  . In anjf. attaclc, where prompt action upon tbe system i s req'air������d, the l*aln Killer is i rival liable'...,' 1 ts  almost instanUuieaus elfect in Relieving lJ������in is Irnly  .wonderful; and when -used .according to. directions,  is true to its name, a PAIN KILLER. mh4  SAWWEY?S   LETTERS  AND  CARS B O O    RHYME  WINKLE-  Jy  y-  ^ititifi>*tfi$m  ��������� ;.,,,. ,., sLlG.IITXIKG^C^FtKX.'���������.,.,.;;'.'  ^aan^o**  ym  1  y  m  MINERS AND TRADERS -will-find "#4d'?thefr;tIfi  vaii tagc to p u rchaso-a t th i s S tar e, w here^Jier* i  LAEGE/i:  f,.._   ..y> ������j. f. . ���������������      '        . ".������,������������������>  oFtlfe very best de'scriptfbn on Iiaifdj^ncittlie'BtftV.lc  constafi tl ft c pien i sh wiby n e w arri va lsv T-b e ptppri a������  . ". y'-y-y . '. tors will sell Goods ��������� *     .."y^^.- Cl  AS (GEEEAP'"AS ;AN^m "OAmMp: '  Orderspromp tly fl'l lei3, an d* fOrwaHc d w i th dispat e^  ;a,.ya&^yfaKle,a  BEIEDY& LIN'" "  yf<-*  Proprietors  l&}\\  . ''Vy*   -   -   ��������� t. ���������  -   y y^U-ty ���������  .'s     ty-'' 'yy    - . ?y\yh :;>1 ������<? irj?i.^o? ������liftti-r-\  mHB ^iU&DRRSTGNED'^BBGS ''TO;^INFbR^*'RIsr  i f ri ends and'th e p ub lie, th athe lvaslltted.up so-no  eOWSFORTABLE s BtD- ROOMS  ; .  : yvy ; -,- ,... :.;.' :T*. xyy.t^:^ fl? *<'������������������&���������������������������;.-- .  n^bis hew - huiiditfg, where he'I^prep^ire^ t^?ivo  gomlBedsat a reasonable price,., .Those ivhomJU  favor him witb their patron age, may depend on tho  'X  v-'-  I  yy-'  I:  yyr  <i'������������������ ���������  yy:  y.  ��������� 'r  ty  h  1  clejmhei^andcoinlort of hiShoueo^y-ij^.- ^  booties that his Brewery limr recciveu the FlUbi  PR1ZK of tbe Colon y i'o r. hi s cole brat eti  And the truearaatouirB will.be abletp.Judgj? bytbcrn-  ^YOB thftt.BUOh" honorable pri. e has been; Joatly  awarded to'him. .  Hi B; ���������"A I arge f ron t room ,t o,l e t., ���������  Bu r leer vi 11������ J .& n. 23 18 (j 0. ''  N, GUNIO  BY JAMES ANDERSON.  PRICE,  .  For^.sile at tbe Skxtisel Office  post, flrce of ctwge .  ONE DOLLAIl  andforwiuvlodby  iuy29  URING- StY ABSENCE, JIR. JAS. &cB: -PMITK  %J. -. Holds my Power of Attorney;   All;persons ia-  fiebted to me are requested to make an early set lb)-  m^mimy;- y:yyyv^^:  BH'iwrinc, B.C., January 18, 15U'.      JHK3(������  ������v?l  ���������  IMWWIUHBUMIIW!' \ ���������  ���������\  ������  SATURDAY, MARCH ISylSVL  TE������ CARIBOO SKKTINKL  Ta ������*i I! ahed in Barkerviile every Saturday. All  ;ft4v������rtl somen ts ititRrided for InPiTttoa,- muat' he d*Uv  ������r������d at latest at Six o'clock ��������� P. >L, the><l*y before  publication* .-'      y ������������������. ... -'.,,,-  -TO CORRESPONDENTS.  , A ti ���������*������ ������������im a lilcat ions must b p accom panl ed by the  r*al name and address of the writer ; not hoceBi<ariiy  #:th a view of publishing the /same, but as security  ^rlU good faith; 7 '  ���������      : ' *    i  '��������� '''���������"������������������         ��������� - ��������� ���������*.-;  '���������;���������'.;.-.r-:TO.;Ai)VRRTiSE^;/y:'';'/,-v'   ���������'. '���������'  r Al I advertisements1 (not 1 n ������e r ted -for any; d eflu Ite  period) ywill lye continued ; until ordered .out,  uud  charged for accordlugiy. .  ' f"."'.,''''1.',:' '..X'i. ?'.���������" .'.'.'���������'."'''':'' ""���������'."���������" :j.',im:1. ., : ' ".sp*'}  IMPORTS AND EXPORTS - FOll 1870.  Tbe ...official returns pub 1 ishe d show that -the  'Im^orta into British j Uoiuthbi* last year  mmmin ted to $ 1,605,809, valuation at port of  i������{i!pment. the duty on which yielded to the  revenue the nice little amount of $312,500.  The Exports during the-same period, not including gold, of which nofttalistics appear to  he kept, amounted in  Domestic productions, to    -   .   ���������   $448,027  Foreign productionB.(reahipped), *       63.820  i ������������������ ..... _:     ,  .  Total, - -��������� -'���������.- * -'*_��������� - $511,8*7  From the abo^e it would appear that affer  adding freight and profits to 'the duty paid  value of bur imports, the excess above mer  cHandize exports' would amount in round  numbers lto about $2,000,000, which' may be  ���������considered-aa about the yield of gold fer tbe  jt-tir.  The principal articles of export were���������  Furs and 11 idea, -   *  .    $173,000  Lumber,     - . -   -   ���������  .      128.000  Coal,      -������������������ -   -   -  96.000  Oil. ' --->������������������..-'���������'-  -2 -  -v     15.000  Flab. .....  13,000  6.000  Cranberries.   *,���������.'���������-  1 238  it  M  em  RETURNS   OF    LANDS   PREEMPTED,  f    .     SOLD,  &c, IN d870.  A. ^ParllsBienfary return laid before-tlie  Legislative Council b������ *41st February exhibits  the following statistics concerning Colonial  Landfi pre-empted, sold, &c, during 1870 :  JUIXLAND.������������������ SKW %TK8TAHN8TKR PTSTRICT.  Preempted, -   17.210 acres-  Sold; ....   v ...   ���������   8,633*    -  I Applied   for   under   pastoral  : leaeea. ;;>���������' :-!',-}. ��������� ���������."..-������������������' '?*'��������� -;.,- -..'TOO:1-  Licensed for timber cutting, -ft 14,480  UOPR/YALK AN&XYTTOX DISTRICT.  Vn^empted. ���������~X*y-?.r. * ���������-���������:-��������� .:������������������/ -   2t722  ���������^o\&\Xyh}^~'.:-y "���������'������������������A--. :-:;?,822i  yActually leaB������?d,    ��������� 'yy ::'y - 13,430     ���������*   ;  '���������yy      ������������������   yy yUU.OORT VlSTZUrt, ;'���������     yVy' ������������������ .  : Tr<p-empted, *y>  > -.���������:--.. -; -   -  3.520 acres.  ^oid|-v.:>;.-.:'Xy.^y*> i-r--,> '-*���������-.;-: ���������... v-.-wn ;;'"..������������������::.  leaned.   -  -? - >  ^ - -rX- ;3;590   "..;.;  ^Yatorsl leases granted condl-  tlonaliy/" ������������������������������������>y'Zylyfr&}y:-2$jB$$ ���������������������'���������  y'yXyyy-y ���������' cariboo distrust- ;; ���������       y; ��������� ' >  Fre-empted, .-">;..X -'  -   -   .   1.300 acres.  Mrstlrjjr total pre-empted,   -.v 24i752 acres.  Total sold,   '- ;���������',--";.   -   -   - 11,936  ���������*-  ;   ;  VANCOUVER ISLAM) (20 districts).  Total preempted, -  ������' -��������� ���������   .���������:..8,315 acres.  'Utaisold,-���������:.-   -   -   -. -' -   -   3.559    ������������������' ,  Li used for timber cutting, -   -     51D    "  L*a������ed as pastoral lands, -Ac,      1.452  ' **...  Heeervedfor ooal,     ���������. -   -   -   5.OQ0    "  The figures above show plainly which section of the colony is making the-raost rapid  progress ia ������������ttling on. the waste lands,���������in  -tbe district of New Westminster alone more  'than twice as ranch as in the whole of Van  coaver Island being sold, and nearly twice aa  -much pre*empte^.     y  " A voter must be, registered and. possess the  following quali ficationi;  He mu st be 21 y ears of age and en titled to  the privileges of a natural born British aub-  jeict and able to read Ehgiiah, or, if a natural  4>6rn British 8u"bject,'able to read the language  of his coilutry--tbe latter portion of the  clause, We presume, being intended to .protect  French Canadians,; Welsh and other British  subjects Who bave not been eduoated iri Eng-  lisb. He must have resided in the colony for  six months 5>reTiou8 to registration and possess a freehol d estate wi tb in the elec toral district for which the vote is given of the clear  value of S250 abdve 'nil charges aiid incumbrances, or a leasehold estate of the annual  clear;: value of $50, or be a householder occupy! ng a bulldlhg or premises of the clear an.  nunl value of I $50, or shall pay for'lodging  $50 annhal ly. or: for board and lodging $250  annually, or hold a duly recorded pre emp.  tion claim of not lees than one hundred acres;  or a freerainer^ licenseVupoh which a claim  has been duly recorded; ':-'-:;;y>:;'yy     ���������  Any of the above qualiflcations must have  been posseased for ibree: topn tbs previous to  registration and be applicable to the district  in which a vote is given/and all toxes'upbri  anyestate claimed, except such as2; have accrued within three months, must have. been  paid up. No natnralyborn;British subject  who has Tenounced his allegiance or sworn  allegiance to any foreign state; or become the  ci tize n of -an y foreign st a te, sb all bee n ti tied  to be registered u������ti\ lie sbnlf :^baye taken the  o a th ^ o f a 11 e p i an ce t o; h er Moj.eS ty b ef o re; so in e  Judge, Magistrate or- Instice:. of the ;Peace.  No Judg<*. Stipendiary Magistrate, Constable.  Pol ice Officer. Returning or,/. wpttty.->.Rei;nrn-'  ing Officer, Elecfiqn Ct-efk or paid Ageut of  any candidate shall be entitled to vote, j-'  Notices are to be';pif%1}^ed:bnl^th..Mfty  requiring pereons entltlod^tp'.'T^e^O.-'vfiend in  their claims, accompanied by a declaration,  on or b efo rtf': 10th Ju ii e, the lists to be, c b rn-  pleted by 20th June and^submittedJfof approval of DUlriet Ite'g^sfcr^r;.b7;; ���������ist; July.^gg.',  ' With regard to tbe; aboyeyqu^  and mode of registration, we .bellevetbe *liree  months' clause will operate injuriously in the  mining districts. Claims for registration  must be sent in by 18th; June, a date at which'  many parties coming from below may;not  have held mining ^cerises for a ^period' of  three months, or if they have, may not���������especially in Omineca, where the mining season  will not J>e fairly open~-haye suceeeded in  becoming tlie possessor of a recorded claim;  The date for registra,tion should be a month  or six weeks later j or the term, of qualification  abridged,.otherwise we believe many will be  disfranchised iti Cam boo, thus appareh tly  justifying the recent distributiou of seats in  the Asseasblyv y .'  " X,-y.'  Mining Claim for Sale.  i?S TS!IRi) OF TIIE SAK JUAN" CLAIM, above the  '   Sawmill on William Crook,   y  .-���������������������������-;��������� Apply to-.,-      .. . .   "������������������.,'',:;'..  w THOS. POTTER,  Or^t the SkStinel Office. mhlS  NOTICE,  THE BTJ^INESS HERETOFORE CARRIED OV BY  the imderfiiubod at rale aud BttrkervUle; British  Columbia, haa been sold tn Mr CHARLES OPPPENr  HKIMKR, of Yale, to whom all Outstautilag accounts;  in respect to<ibe undermeutlohed busiueBS aro to he  .paid.' ���������.   ^ ���������-...'%' -.���������*"; ���������' '/'.;:-  ,. ,   :' C. STR0TJSS.V  Victoria, Jan. 31, 1871.     y   :: ?;  ' ������������������'.   xohlB ira ;:  ON   SATU RD A YE VENINQ,  '''���������-':' yyX}}\   istii karoh, 1ST^, '���������/���������'_';:";.'���������'  ^'H:*;,.yC-ARI:-io':.0:':';hi::?i;''ATB ERS  22   \Wih pwforW -the arnuslug Cora edietta    .;  The Daya^fter the Wedding  ColoncL Frceloyc,        /  y: -  Lord Rivers?, *      r���������"-..'��������� ������������������  iiUHSS,- ' .-    v -,     ' -  Liitly. Blizab nth I'Fieloy^   '-,  'ii������ I>uvies,;     ''}'-*' ';'-"...''*  Mr JohnBoWrotx >y  Mr (5. S. Marahnll  Mr -Hy-Mctlfri'iHitt'  Florcuco Wilson;;  ������������������MrsSi-'P; Filter  ������S^   To be followed by the laughable f.������rca of ,;  .;;MijM;:'ES^Mte-i  Nf r Job n Jamei? Pooloy,: . -  Major Martinet,       -     :-      -'  Capt. Dashaioug, '-y-   ..      ���������  f'oune'e; (a Sht-rilfs Offic i?r),.' ���������'-.,  Poriery ' ���������'''' :- ':- '���������'"���������"��������� -; "' ;:  Mr3 Smller; (lAndlr.dy of tho  -���������SouchaiiHptojt. Arnis), i  Mrs l>o6li;y/(;i,MiUiuer),r..-.:,  Mrs Daahawi*y,    ,          * .-; -  ThcBaby,;'      -     "y       -' ' -  Hr J. S. Thompson  Mr Kdwd: fVaraon'  Mr J. McB Smith  Afr.Oo mar. Johns.v  Mr it. A. Brown  Florence Wilson.: \  MrsS. K HHrkwr;-.-.  ..Mi** St.,Oeorge:;l:y:  ;; 'Doors: opeu at 7& ^o'clock;; performance .to com-;  mence at S.^'clocU; .; ��������� .y'"- :-y       y-'-'   ���������  ; Admi^sioii $100r  Reserved S^ats, $ I 60.  .Tickets lor: the Reserved .So^w to be had of. Mr  Staples, Bnrkerylllo. ' y   y'  10g*  THE EEGISTKATIQN'OP VOTERS' BILL.  ,1b the new Constitution Bill it was provided that the Council might pass enactments  relating io the Qualitlcatioa and Registration  of Voters, and an Act has been introduced  of which the following aro the principal pro-  visions:  Members, in addition to the same qualifies-  tlons as voters, must buve resided in the  colony for one year previous to tbo date of  election, and must not be a miolstor of' any  v*t. 1'(g ion ?, d **> o ni\ m\\oih  AproiNTjjGNT^-P. O'Reilly,Esq., has been  appointed a to ember ofthe Legislafi ve Cpu n-  cil in place of Ho a. Joseph W. Tmtch, absent  from the colony as delegate to Ottawa. ; We  understand that Mr 0?Reiliy-will be sent to  Omineca as'Gold Commissioner immediately  after the close of tbe session.  . Wb regret to learn that yMr W.L. Stone,  long favorably known throughout, ihe -colony  While connected with Barnard-S Express, wl o  has been residing during the winter at Clinton, has been at tacked by paralysis no severely  as to necessitate his being removed below.  Mu David Oppenheimer and Mr J.C Beedy.  from Yale by private conveyance, arrived  here on Sunday. Mr Oppenheimer left again  "by express.  If UtiHJI .ft II WW  MKETIKG OF THE IXHAIHTANTS OF WILLIAM  Creek School District will, ba held at tne The-;  aire Royal. BarkerviHe,  -^yON; MONDAY, MAR()ir2p, 1871,  ,V,  at^Eigbto'clock, p m^ far the purpopo of dptrrmihf  lug, In'accordunce withtho "Common School Or'lin-  ance.iseo," how, tbe necessary fan da for conducting  a ^School shall be wised-  All nnilc iuiuibltants of the District, over 20 years  of aget residing within three miles ol' inch field Courthouse, are entitled to vote on the question.  .,'- By order of the School Boar������.l ,y  ',(.��������� J: OOODFfiLLOW, Secretary.  ^MISCELLANEOUS.  THOSE INDEBTED TO; THE;UNDIR^  SIGNED ARE I:REC^ESTED ;TO ;CALL  AND SETTLE THEIR RESPECTIVE N0TE8  AND ACCOUNTS BEFORE THE 17th  MARCH NEXT, AS WE ARE CLOSING:  OUR BUSINESS AS BREWERS HERE  APTER'THAT DATE. IF NOT SETTLED,  THEY WILL BE PLACED IN; THE; HANDS  OF A COLLECTOR.- 2, ;������������������',; ���������" V', ���������������������������.:-:  JAMES H KERR & SON*  ; Barkerville, Feb. 15th, 1871.      SelB lm ''  Tli������ Brewery fbr Sal������ ,or  Ix^x^xl to^Kexit^^^o^'^^''' -  Miners? Provision  Stpre^  y'y2l-XX������M^ yylyX-  AT THIS ST0BE  will always .hi fottttd: % w������������������B-  ���������' selected.stock of thd:r.'";���������.:.'.;������������������" .;,,;;,';,;���������;"���������'  y  Freshest 'groceries  and:  FRO VISIONS   IN   eARjBOo;  BEST JAVA COFFKE    ,  itoa������ted and Oround dally.  Bra&dh Store ^t  -yyyy 22cfanceyy  Where a good assortment of Qoods -will always >,e  found.-:-- :���������-.-'���������.-.'.���������-'. y-y22"yy;-''��������������������������������������������������������������� "��������� '':  : 1 trust hy strict attention to liyslnt������BS and |eJr and  j<j������.tarc tlesiHnu;,;tO merit a: contlnuAiice ol the tini-rnl"  paU'enn^eheretofore exteuded io.;inir; '''��������� y :t?4y.  Wp&. ^olk(Kp.)>Tirgli & Cp-  <*i  CHFJetO  ���������*-Axi>r-:  .;;���������:;; y ^jafpp^op^HB  Appllcailf������ns for. the posltton ' of SGHOOLM^TKa  or MISTRKSS, statins: terms, ������re -Invited, to be sent  to the Secretary not later than 21st March.  March 10,1871.  ..'/-. mhll ;  A.  l,'������l,FJJ,.i.������^>"1  ���������RflKHf  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V.I  "AS ON' HAND, AM) IS CONSTANTLY receiving a  .    lanre   :������ssortinent  of   CLOTHS.- CAASIMKHKS  and  VESTlNOiS,  whioh bo Is prepared lo make to  order In the most approved styles.  iSSn Parties on  William  rreek -can  h^ve  their  measures taken hy Mr ilcCallum, Barkerville.  4������* AM orders fr������m Cariboo promptly attended to.  fcIStr  ;      y ALWAVS OK KA?JO,  1   CHEAP   GOODS 1  ��������� coHraisiso���������  Boots, Shoes Glotltmg and  Groceries,  O'W THE BEST  QUALITT,  i'Forsale at thnStor* of the ucderidenod In Barker*  ville. opposite the Bank of British Columbia.  ..;   .���������   .-;     '    W, HK^NIK.  *rtif  aon^nal  V-CTICK IS HERKBY GIVKN THAT ANT FEHSON-,  I It or pereon������ found destroying or damajripg tljej  [TeJeffraph Poles or Wlr^s will bo prosecuted with the]  utmost rigor of the Uw. I  By commwad,  X>ejlii?-*nd Wnrfc? T^p^rttn.'jntj  ivh, Sih. if71,  mM$  Jllh AKJilVK AT WILLIAM CKEEK on or about  tho COtu March next  jRir A general lixpr^-w businpss conducted. ���������  HAVE besn rcqvieftted by several respectaWe parties, who cab tejetjl'y to tho sfflcacy oi my fyfliam,  to agafcn mako puhJlc the lact that  * Moses' Hair Invigorator  WILL PRBVKNt BALDNESS,  ��������� KESTORK liAIE TilATIc! BECdMIXO THIN  Oil FAL������4NO OFF, and cITectuallv  CUKE SCb'RF OR DANDRUFF.  This is not a mere apsertion en my part, n&I h&re  in my pot?.sos.viou numerous tcKiinioniaU certifying t������  the success of my remedy.  I <\v not of course preteud that I cap make the hnlr  jfrowon lieads which havo been bald for yilar������ ; but  twill guarantee to Btop th������ hair from firtltiiff off, t������ ���������  >ucretiai* its growth;. itad effecfcuaHy remove f^curf ������r  Dartdruff. W. D. UOma,  Biirkervillo, B.C.  \ CERTIFICATE.  T'nfs ti to certify that during last 6prln^7 roy hair  was rapidJv falling out and my head was? that b<wotn-  ing oaf. I. when I applied to Mr W. D. MOSKS, Bur her.  BarkervlUe, who in a few weeks restored my hiiir t'������  iu foriuer boalthy atatc. U&YIO GIBBON'S.,  E := t V * rH%\ *"������. L.^: .1 ?f������. *i������!m > v aaHSj.mii.i.'Jiw.ih  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY,;MARCH IS. 1871.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  :���������; X     ���������     :������������������:���������;���������; witxiam crkkx. - ;  /The Uaiiarat co. last week washed 48 oz.  The Forest. -Rose eo;t to one rocker. 30 oz. j  , '"    ��������� ���������'��������� *��������� ��������� i ������������������������������������ ������������������ *.���������   ...    . *.  this week- their*prospects are improving. The  otbencoQipaniea-from the canyen to Corner-  o������too^ are getting small pay. y  '.,?���������}  2, ;..."'. .:    y   OftOU������K CRKBIC.  The Talisman co. are getting about wagea.  Tbe Heron cW have commenced washing.  ��������� yy.-v.���������.;y''yjiqvrumcnmk. .  The Srbwn ������co. -la'at ��������� week wastiei}4& pz.  The Victoria co. are -running ah������ad tbejr  drain. The Black; Bttll co. washed last week  13 ox. from their blind shaft v thev have raised  about ten feet and are widening out, 'and the  ground lqoks favorable,  '".y;'    ;.;���������':wohtn!nocrkrk. : ���������  }-'2y  TheXIphtnlng co. last week washed 2S5 .op.  Th������ Spruce coV 36 op.; thla week the-ground  lootobetter.:X''.:'-yyy y       ���������'������������������''���������/���������'��������� <��������� ;V= ���������'  ".'   .' JakCK OF CXtmS-CRKRt; .; ; u y'y:  ��������� Th^TirRtXJhaqcecbiharefttrfcck a prospf ct  ���������f from two* to ���������- tftree dollars to the pan at. 143  4*ri deep. They intend erecting a wheel immediately. ',: -^Sererul ?oCher companies -have  ;ats ked off groiirtd, ahd 'thw cre������k bids fair to  (become one of the most famous 4a Cariboo;  MWiNG COURT.  (8ef������r������ K. M.: Uflll, Eso^., Gold Commissioner 'anil  ..'������������������ :-  C������uuty Court Judge.)  .;Xly;;.,;.^I^NQ:JtKCORIJSy; ;���������  ',-..': ��������� ;;������wwjAM:cn������KK.;.  3ijrjfl o w>r  'io.-^Sfarch *^17 ���������"Recordad  tf**i;ir of fe:^liftry ������fid^. Peiidbla^Mb  ������^oiomg^Uiaiiii?:Su^co;:j re-record* ������������������',  y  feet  ' Wednesday, Marcir 151 b.  Rnjrr. Graham ta. Bakser Co.���������-Suit for  $102 60, balance of wages. ���������   ..;'���������'.  Plaintiff deposed that he went to work on  January 20thi, be ing Ii i red b y t he foreman, H <  Christ! o, at So per day. pay ab le as t ake n out .5  work ed al toge ther 20 3 days aud rec ei ved 0 n 1 y.  $15 ; after worldhg nine days agreed to {nir-  ebase Christie's interest, aa he was learlng for  Omineca ; was to pay $3Q0 out of.: proceeds  of claim; after receiving $3 per day; gave  Christie an order on the Seeretary for that  iamoiiflt1; after Christie left discovered that  ihe name of the claim was not in the bill of  sale, which he. never recorded ; understood  from Christie that,the interest was clear.  JSrideooe wa* given by the foreman and  Secretary that -plaintiff had told them ho had  purchased Christie's interest: The amount  due bim before purchasing would have been  145j if .taken out. which was not the case.  The othar hired niwn, who were working on  the sh  tiff $1  ttsrent  since had also been creditedJin same manner.  Robert Lipsett deposed that Christie when  teaming h ad I eft the o rd er for $30 0 wi th him;  having h*anl that plaintiff spoke about giving  tip the iii ai m'��������� asked -tiirri fo r. bill of sale back  to . :;CHHstiey and oti learning (hat his bill of  siil e : li ad 11 ot; been roc orded recj n esi ed h i m to  return I i t, b u t p 1 ai n t;ift" sa i d he won Id wai ������ a  we������������k.-..s ��������� ���������   -;..   ���������  /The >C6tmni^tpneryd Voided that ;*plain tiff  havi rrg a ck tvowl edged h i m sel f a shareh ol d e r  conHl not recover; even though the /bill; <>f  sale waft -not recorded. It was -Ms own fault  \ 101 ha?Itig seen if t he name ot the claim; was  inserted. ' However, if 'he would record it  no w it won Id give h im- an eq u i tab le rig b t   ,.....���������___   .Viyy!*1?  Fostp0ued ti U next Court for productiy^y. of  books.: - }X ��������������������������� y ��������� y ���������  Lambert & Bi8J?ohn������(t^ v������, R. Westmoreland���������Goods, $12 25.   Judgment co.ufeflded.  v    LEGISLATIVE ;sraAiAi^.; : ;:  On ^February i)th, the question of the Canadian Tar iff w as d i se usaed. Mr Na than p ro-  :po8ed that the Gov.ernroeut of 'Canadaie.ab-  ^uainted ������������������*;' Tbat it is the wish of this Ccuticii  that the Caliadiau Tariff and Exciae Laws  ,shou Id emb r ace JLtrlt te li Co 1 u m b i a alio ul-  taueously witb the admission of tbis coloiiy  into the pominiou,, -or its soon tbereaftcr* as  posfti1>le^".   'X ':  Dr. IIe 1 mcken mov**& ^ an *jftAudnieaI to  submit to the Parliament of Canada ihe proposition that the Tariff pf British Co!iVinbia  may be al tered as fo I iowg,:���������**' That the d u ty  on spirits be reduced to the Canadian BUnd-  ard. that on wheat bo -red uced to 1 Oc. per  bushel, and that on flour to 75c. perbHirel/7  ^ Qi'i^NKLMuDTH iTBM^.  ":': ftirai Ch an ct* cti\ ^Marcfi f 13-^- Reco rd m\ \ a  fa v m r of V\v&i ��������� Ch aa cri co.'; i 5 0 te ches w ater  'C0UXT-Y.CO.O11T.  ' Tueoi>ay,. Ma^h.14.'  ; ������������������ nN'T'KRi'tiKAmcit'HuiT^'';;. -;:' ��������� -���������;''���������  Mn m p hreys, Buns ter. DeCos moa a u A Nelso u  the: amendment, Which was carried; : :  ,,: Feb. lOth-T-Dr. Helmckeh nip ved; that the  Council respect!vely. urge upon the Government of Cauada the advisability/ot; their  rnakin ' provision to coniaecfc .Victoria ahd Es ���������  quimal t wi th. thO: proposed jrai 1 way f rom 1 he  rda i fi c to w arris tli e Rocky Mou n foil ris, i n ca se  neith er of ihese p laces filial I ;������������������ be made the  ������tar ti n g po int. or .p r i n ci p'al stati on. Af le r a  long d iscnpsioh, the mo tion, w hieb it : was  thought could do ho harm, was passed. vyT.  ' J u I y 14th ���������'i\ b e Ro a d Steam er Hi 1 i p asaed  i ts se bond read ing. M ess w. Fin m phrey s, Bun?,  ster. a n d DeCo^mos opposing. 1) r. He J mcken,  in a 1 ong . and ah le s peech re v je w i ii g the h i? -  tory 6f the bou n da vy} .'question, mo ved that  the' Gbvernot1 be Vequeated toJ represent to  her; Majesty*s Government ttudvthe.Canadian  Government the great iinportan.ee;pf the Isi-  and of Sl. Jnau to the Domini on .of Canada.:  aa \wli as the undoubted claiha of ;the Crown  I to''; the Jsame ���������;i and that soine. party be in-  : r.������(1, IBilO -feee, adjoining' upper Hue. of Morn-  hig&iMeoyyyyyy}yy::y'y(yy--y--   '. y  ,;��������� }2'2y} ..y",Vy;raKsca=CRRKfcyyX~'''?A ,  North American co.���������March 15���������R^eofSed  Ju tA*rer of \# Gayet, P.-F.Foiiroche. A;:Eade;  34. 'Radonche^ V. Gautier, A4ex. Allan,'. O.  Ij'amfwtt,' Felix I)anust, 1>. Ercole, each������<wse  -jii^^������<ereatin 1200 feet!   Re-recbi'd.; '��������������������������� ''   "':  OltbCH^CRRKK.  iyOaifewSPIS beduehitnby Joseph Ev^ns I P^fSv^^)?!;^ 3 ,. . .,    . .  niillee't*o days and ���������ptever������l; amendment*  iid 0p ted; one year'd prlvi lege; ��������� being gran ted  from date of passage of 11>lit. wUh0u t limit aa  : to- frejght,. the limit being siru ck ou t on m0-  ' lion of Mr Nathan as a sel-otT^^ against> the time  one  of  for labour, the^ cohsi<leraiion beine $%'J {then  due Neufelder lor provisions;. $#8 jnore in  provisions to b e su p p 1 ied, atid an agreemen t  to settle bills due bv Bvatts to  Messrs. Van  loney pal  into Court    Joseph Evans1 had.'however, pur  ;     !/������    1   '���������'* ^-"'^iV&'k c    n,  :j.jl������ ^ I chased  from  one James Strain adjudgment  ���������^������������������Tv*i^J������������*^^v,,������*^0'������ll*--<������rt. amnty. Co,u-t lot- ab������ut $m. 'aid having  ,-<������f ground adjoinmg.lleroa eo ������<uppec lio������. V!abwyollt.ex������Cutioa Ibeshertff had levied on  the money-paid into Court on the other suit.  .-U&ttTMN'O CRKbJC.  Whirlpool co-March 11-Ttecofded in I ^^flI���������'^emiea tna^ be sheriff had^no  larorof Walter^crater, George Duftan^ohr. i nght 0 levy on money^i Court ; am further,  Hunter, one interest each.   Ee record.. that?the assignments of-8th March had tran^-  Poin ca-March 11-Reeorded in favor^ofi^ allfJ m^; T^L^'" lhe?mpue^ ltt  !^.Healy/WHliamAV'iniams.Robt.ltoberh., **ff*������ to M^euW^r.   .       .  ? ?     Theesecution oi'tlMJ assignment was proved  by Joh n, Hedin. \he a^esti nsr wi tnees, an d ihe  co nsioVra tl 0 n b y Mt Ken I el d er.-  M r Bar ns ton.. f or d efence * con ten d e d th a t  Raines Evans had no right to makethe assign-  m e 111 wh i I e th 05 vi d gmen t i n favor of St rati u  was unsatisfied, and that the' fact of its.appearing an the-booUs of the Court was sufii-  titent notice to all parlies qf its existence, co������-  sequently that the sheriff was entitled to levy  on the inopey.'paid in?-by Joseph. Evani, aud  pay it to bim as assignee of; Strain.  The Court decided that as-Ro execution oSt  Straia?syjudgment had'been issued prior to  the assignment, the latter held good, and the  money levied oabepaid to Mr Neufelder.  "W k on ks da Y. JI arch 15 th.  E. Summers vs. T. C.Nuttall���������Labor, $IU  i5.   J u d % n\ en t by d el an 11.  To 11 s. Exemp tib n B\ \ 1, vKeiap ti n g al i flour an d  meal manufactured iu the colony from road  Messrs. John Trnicb and G. B* \Vnr������ut arrived by last express on Iheir way to examine  the Giscome porlage, and if found according  to^ representartons we understand Mr Trnioh  Will -.at: once cohimence to construct a wngon'  road from Fraser river to Summit lake,- and  tojmproce the navigation of crooked river.  He will in that eyent probably employ sbouJ;  fllty mei^whpmay he required at ilm portage in about two weeks. U is expected that  a mouth will complete the rond.  The Government advertise by telegraph  for; tendersy,to\; co lis truce a cattle trail from  QuesnehuQUth to Gernnvnsen creek- suitubl*  for dnving cattle and pack lrains, remuneration to be tolls on animals.  Mr Charles;1 .Dauieleon is dangerously IH  with paralysis. Dr. Ohipp, from William  creek, was sent for to r isi t hi m.  The Hainan Catholic cborcli was burned  dowu Jaat week, supposed to be the work of  an incendiary. A Chiuamau has been arrested on. suspiciah and Is detained in custody  pen ding the arrival of the'Stipendiary Magie  trateifroul Itichfieltl.  Giscbme, accused of the assault on Port, is  also in-custody.       i       ;  i 'Mrs Lorenso.Latot'a died Rt the Fountain  last week a few days after hereonfioemefli%  Her.husband isici Victoria very ill.  There;la:noeleighing between the 13|4mil������  p ost a n d the I SO, ��������� n o r bet w ee n Sod a creek  and Alesaudiiai The road between Cbsp-  mah^s liar aud Dos ton Bar was obslr acted ia  % few places by enow slides.  DicPBcrivR Mail Aukan6������mknt.-j���������W������o is  to BiJiMK'���������Mucli dissatisfaction Is felt at no  mail beingdispatched from Barkerville tbls  week, especially aa'the express left alxteen  da?* after the dispatch of the last and eighteeii  days had elapsed between tbe arrival ofthe  laBt two mails up. The detention ip.the b-r-  rival oflthe np mail, we are in formed; if?as  caused by i ta no t bei ng - deli vered to the con -  tractor ajtthexegnlar time, but who j������ responsible /^np;Biailb������iiijf sent^own? Erf-  den tly either the Govemmen t or tbe contractor; The: postmaster 6t Bmkervllle ha?lrrg  received iso iiislructions from below; aa usual  made up a iiwil and tendered it to^Mr Barnard^ agent, who refused to accept It oh the  ground that Barnard's-contract had expireU.  Now,,if such ia; the. case, the GovernnH>ia  Aolhrat Clinton; was,read a third time aud should certainly hava made arrangements so  ���������Morgan Lewis,. J af Sanders. Cliarles EUer-  ehank, each one iriterest ^ AVoi. McCulioiigh.  Siimufel Fitch, Edward Jones, Wm. Beatty.  -��������� each half interest.   Re-record.:   t  Kleven > of England co.���������March 15-~Re:  corded in favor of James Kocjung. 2 inter-  - asts ;'Ricbd. Howling. Jno. A.. Yates,-Charles  Kowe. Hugh Phillips. Jas, Stevens, John Glas-  ***������n, Jos. Penberthy,4Thos. ^Pearce,.'.vla.p> Ste-  i vena, linterest eacb.   Recrecord.  PAVW CRKKfC.  Amalgamated co.���������*MarGh,13���������Recorded in  r favor of J. A. Williams, t interests, and 17th  March; Daniel Parry, 1 interest. ; Re-record,  "MeTgan^o.���������March *14~R;������corded in favor  ,������������������ o1 Jttines Gerald, H. Morgaj3*.W^ IJilsland, A.  McDonald, J. ������f. Robertson. yP. Callan, A.  fowiisend. 700 feet on right 'bank, commenc-     Meacbam & Nasonvs. J. W. Scott���������Goods,  ing*-at-upper Hue of .McCttrmick co.���������hill  ������ claims. \.  ,  Sxprtses MovKXKNTB.-^J5arnard?s express  . arrived on Tuesday -with Victoria dates to  March 1st���������twenty .days, later than the last,  and the last mail oti*3Jarnard*������ oontract. The  return express left on Wednesday, taking no  mail. Mr D. Oppanheimer, for ^ale ; Mr Bal I *  Stipendiary Magistral^; Chief Conetable  Lindsay, ^nd Hi* Felix Ne^lelder, were  pJissengers. 'Gerow & Johufioji'B express^  with the mail under the new contract, was  expected to leave Yale oa last Monday. Mr  'Barnard has been very prompt in carrying  ibeT malls, and,we tros^theafwojf,t*������cto.ra  ���������wili be'aqtis11y anc,^,i:sf11h  $SS^7. Judgment confessed.  W. Rennie vs. ii. M6Dougall���������Goods, $i>.  Judgment confessed.  V- Rennte vs.^G. Murdoch���������-Goods, $33.  Judgment-by default. v  ( W. Rennie *v������. *W.-F, Herre���������Goods, $25.  Judgment .confessed.  P; Manetta vs.,F. Fradden���������Goods, $1875.  Judgment confessed.  P. Ma;netta vs. W. F. Herre���������Goods. $1���������  50.   Judgment confessed.  S. Wicker"vs. S. Gray���������Balance%oard b'iH.,  $39 55. Mr Park Cor plaintiff; Mr Barnston  for defendant.  Defendant stated that he had paid eerera  passed. Dr. Helmoken rf-oved that the Governor be requested fcocaase an exploration ot  the road lines to'^bonrntic, and. if found suitable, 0auae a enu\e .tM I to be constructed  from the" interi-pr to "-&we Spund, Burrard  Inlet, -or -imc'li otheri^-oint as may be found  expedient. Can-ied-���������^ieleon. aiid 11amley  dissenting.  28ih July���������The R^ad Steamer Bill w^as  retal a ttirr4fl ti me. The Regis tr a tion of  Vofcer3, Bill was discussed in committee.  Tkk$.oa*> SriSAMKa Biu,-^Thts bill having  now/passed tbe Council,"Messrs. Barnard and  Beedy have the exclusive privilege of runalpg  Thom,pson ?-e pate n t sleansers ou the roads  that the itew coatractors.ahou 1 d be prepared  to take the return mail, as it is agrosa injustice to Caribop to alio\y us to be Aearly faur  weeks with-it si. inaU . dow,n.; It oertainly  appears absurd that, tlie last trip under the  old con I rac I. shou id too f ro m bei o w, bii.t ywe;  presume \U Haruard wji������ well aw&revof his  position when he. aiUhorized���������', the, refusal of  the return. Ttwre is mahifeavlyt iibwever, *  /crew loose somewhere.  Frtja at Nkw WMTOTNami--About������ balf-  past one o-clock oh the morning of February  9th a fire broke' oui in the board In g house  kept by Mr Herring, known as' the Mansion  House,   The house and contents were totally;  for o������e year from, the' parage of the bllI  After all, *his ommt be coasldered much of] destroyed, but through the; exertiaos of the  a monopoly.   They run idie risks of the en-! Ilremen the conflagration was eohfined to the  lerprise not -being- auceessAti, white other  .parties.wishing.k>^o into the business can  profit by -the in'experience, wad if the ex peri-  man t result favorably will have  aufiicieht  time to secure steamers for next \ ear's traffic.  c * . ...  The' first two fcteamers for Messrs. Barnard  and Beedy arrived at Victoria, per Prince of  Wales irom London, oh l;ltih February. Two  more are expected by loth April *or 1st May.  These are freight'Cngices of 12 hor te (nomina  power). Two  way, iutended lor passenger  premises where it originated. Mrs D. Oppen-  heimer. who was sleeping in 'the house, sue  ceeded in saving the Uvea of two cbildren  who were in another rotira, but lost her owu  wardrobe and *ome jewelry. The properly  was insured for $2040, catenated to bo about  half its value.  .St. Patp^Ck's -Dat���������Yesterday a few sons  of Old K,ria celebrated the natal day of thrir  others, we learn, tlre ou the ^^ron Saint by a qaiet duwr^el toe Invun,  for passenger trafne. I ^ W a jolly Irishman, at the Wakc-np-Jake  Ticstaumnt. Tha Shamrock unfortunately whs  Steam akb Calokic Tuactio ,<  traction engine, to be worked, by ste' aa ������nd  caloric   iu  accordance  wit' x Enjr'dsh  and  American patents obtained/ yn  inventor, Mr Alexander H /^d^, formerly of  William creek, is now bei' /^ manufactured by j  that gentleman at. the / /jiiion foundry, Vic-  Irtv  ������������������ . Imisemg, owing to the altitude of our town  my2 i^,i being hur.erl lHrncath a W1ntm"8 snows; but  ���������the friendly sentiment of old-Irish friends was  v^ft T as hearty as if under the: shadows of-Devs,"  ) .m by the j���������mtJm&r&.������ or - Slieve Cvuib.'J   -  'Theatiik RnYAL-Lonk out for Florence  Wilson ������ benefit to-night, when a gram! per,  villi b������-pi'*^  ti amoiiRta for which hn had received oo credit,   "  *������������������'" . ",>**>, /f T *\,   V"     v    f !tormanc������ b.v the* hmi w oaten n  a but wttfib pimnm alk-^ te had pissed to. *m'  }l" 1S ***?<** ^l* *P *wh*d in about j tor-     ^ ^       ^  -j credit of a *ar account .���������'    ''      ^- mon'h. ^      y ������-��������� ��������� ���������  y  \  ;%  y'  -::!'������������������  2;:  yy  ujuuiwwiiuutiSUdaaiMlKni '1  '  '.y  <���������:   .  aHvttjig^i^^^ ... -,:���������;, -vr..^.rS:.-^..o.!.^-g, -y,^^^^A^y^^M.y;,^y^y:^  WIT AND; HUMOR.  MISCELLANEOUS.  ;    VHatds it'that goes' up the hill and down  the hillf and yet never moves ?���������The: road.  itAVyeterati shopkeeper *says> that val though  bteblerJts are^veiyita^ toy,  iKejrare" Always ready-tpshut up at night,y ���������  '} 'Mijtonljeing asked v^therShe would "in>  ' ft hie t his' d ajigh tors in the diffeVen 11 ringuages,  replied J" No ; '-��������� one (tongue is suffi cl ent tor a  : woman." 'y'X-   -   *t '"��������� ��������� ''  _       /      . "  y '��������� PEctfWAR'G^ a'person who died  ���������IStely;at^Betiianyy'Ct:,'the obi says':���������:  . '^iiey^vas'as honest a man as ever* dived, and  ia^^orn^nd^hatfor forty year3."   >  "���������-.. ^;An fAlibjon barber haying a;very intemper-  ^teman^ begged hirh to  Meeo his :mbuth:shnt���������as^t was/aypunisliable;  offence' to .have a rum hole open on Sunday,  ^'Xn af pdlady; lately:refused tolet ber niece  hancV:^tfr a. young!^jgraduater'.b^cause^ she  iVad b&artf tinW^hfc arts,  '-wliereb^ felio��������� understood hiin to'beran artful  /bachelor.- ,.-,t,--,..' -J\ t.    l.'-l..'.'   ,.. yiy .', "���������  ���������The greatest joiner���������the. lawyer;y-He\ can  pla^tf tenant, imparinel a -jury, box Jtwii>  .jiess^bbfe the^courtj'chisel a ;clien^ the  --^ainsyfloor^^Uness^ cuthis'boards;'nail-the  ^a%,itiamnier the desk ^file his bill, and shave  a%hole^cdnimunUyi.- -y'4   ',"���������*.  ;y ���������;'-, '-���������/-.-. '  MISCELLANEOUS.  FLOUR,  1.  SODA. '^i2^������.;.;y;!yy:y^  / y. ' . ;,    QUESNELliE; iind  BARKERVILLE.  J. HARPER,.  "llow. often;mus.������ I climb three  .;-:;jC{ed1^r,Trr  pair oTs lairs befpre I; get thp amount of this  little bill V' , Debtor-^" Do* you think I am  isoi h & Jo ren t a pi ace o n'" the ��������� first fl d or to .a c~,  commodate my creditors ?'r" yv --.iv-"''v';,.'.- >y  *��������� ^A������Tbnoer������Wispc^.A���������-,beggaryhad bften-a  f*l 6n^^im^������besiegingi an bl&gqu ty: testy, liinp-  )iu|f geMevm;ah^who bad refused���������: hisimitet^wilhj  ^nnch irfitition ; hpori -whicb?the mendicant  saili^-1^^^  'God^had-made yourrheart asytender as ������������������ your  Vtocs^'^ r'-.wV ^'.-',--'  V- *' '*".'���������-.���������;���������/'���������"���������;  ���������-. y^i-M^;*'-: -"������������������'��������� iv. :'y.j" ,���������������������������-��������� ^' >:'"V���������C, ^y \- >y ~ -  ��������� y-  *Ah^exquisitely dressed youngrgentleman,  ^ftenbuying another sealjto dangleabpnthis  ^erspn^sictto the:jeweller^sthat lie^rouldTr;  ^rTSih^li^^toihaye^ah^spmet^ en^raypd  - oii; ltif4$h:r4oy den9te������what he^asr^ah !7^-:  .^Certainlyy-certainly;" said- the tradesman,:  TR&s&i^^  THKProprietor. of this old" ahcl wcll'rkno\\:n';cstah-  21 ish incii t" woul d' rospectfuily than\y his: n umbr-  o'usVri etfd's ilfiU" th ep u b I i <ifo r t Ifc'c x ten si v 6 patronage  heretofore besto>yed pnjhim;'>and trits ts "th a t by hi?  usual s tri c t at tention iohh lisi'n ess; to'incr 11. a con tin  aurico.pi"their'c'jSnude'nc.eaudsupport,;   '.- *,     >'    .  ���������.V Meals,',$lv yBpard, ;$14r pet Week;  BRE^Dr;^  ;r.&rocdmmehd'toth:e^uhllcrny;r: ^;   v   ;v       y  G RO U ND    C p F F EE,    y/  which 1 s ri' m u ch s u perl or iivt i cl ot ha n a n y wh i ch can  be li ad1 from: b el pw.: - 11 Roast;; an d 6ri n d, i t myseli [  and choose t h e b.es t bcrtics< qbnsequen tly :������t h e. publi&  may.he sureptits bcingf reef roih.adulteration.       -  " 1 'ly I; '������������������''���������  '; "';:  -;r; J. G. ;GOODSON.. -  1 CUBE;  yyyyyy'^6ryQ71  TWENTY - SI XT H   ��������� Y 3A^  gaun  c wasffche1 -ooncliision? ��������� *i6ck^-I;dinna;ken:j,I  i&mjK opt Jafore lie. was don e.'-i '-Master���������- What  ydid he say abbiit the middle;o?f; then.?';' JocW  ^i^dihna^en.;;"I'sleepit"a^ the time.������������������''"''  ��������� ^ Never-chas6"your; hafc wheni it;blows off tn  Aa^alej:p Wind';': just ,stand: still, and- yon .will  p rese n tly see hal f-ardo zen pe r so n s - in pn ran,i t  ot- it.   When one .has.':. cap tiired. i t; walk lei-  ���������>; s urel y. to wards; hi m, r ecei v e i fc. w ith a graceful  ;~ acknowledgment,' and place it on your head ;  , w }he *wi\ i ?inyariably; acb as if you had done him  -...a,fiayor,y Try It.,,;," ��������� y \2'. 'y y;. ������������������ .:.  . \';';;  "; Tiric Timk oi D at���������" Hallo!'? eja cii la ted an  ' atixldus gn?rdian to ��������� his lovely niece, as: he  eiitere'd: tlio: parlor, and saw her In .the arms  ,Of d swairi who had jiist popped the question  rand-sealed it witli;a smack,���������'������������������"what's the time  ** o f -; day'' ri 6 w V >*-'**' I s h on 1 d th ink; it.' was now  about half-past twelve,'7 Was the cool reply;  " 'J**'yoix :Bee that we are almost otie!'''  Skktchtko hts Portrait���������At one of our  neighbor's houses was a very bright little  gii'l; ��������� TI. chaneecl onee that they had as gnest  a minister, an esteemed friend. -Little Anna  watched him closely, and finally sat down  beside him and began to draw on her slate.  {i What are,yon drawing, Anna?57 asked the  clergyman: ft .Use makin' your pictnr," an-  ; swered the child: rSo the gentleman sat very  ��������� still and she worked away earnestly for a  while. Then she; stopped, compared her  ifrork with the'original, and shook her little  bead- "I don't like it mnch.,; sbo said.���������  "Taint, a great deal like you, I guess HI put |  a*tail to it and call it a dog.V.���������American  paper. ��������� *   ,  ��������� HAVE ��������� been-; requested 'by 'several;respectable parti es, who pah testily to/the;efllcacy or iny systeni,  to aguin.make���������puhllb'.tjpif&c^'thn.i' 2^2.,}':,. y y ���������'. "��������� ���������'!  /-Mioses' Haii* iln^igora.tar-  WILL PREVKNT BALDNESS, .'.' ���������;.  "���������-*' :���������  ;���������'���������!;;*,HBSTpRB HAJB J^H"AT>-IS BECOMING^HIN" I :'.  222: 2. OR FALLING ;OFF,' m<i bifectually^;  y }X2 2} C.URE'iSpURF OR DAX0RUFF;1 -:"^ -���������:  y':ThlS is httt a.mere ^assertion en;; my part,; as. I have  Inniypossessinn nuiherous testinio.nials certifying io  ;the success of my, remedy.      y ��������� . t  ;* I do not 'of course; pretend that'lean iriako the' hair  krovv on 'heads which iiavo been bald for '"years1; but  i will guarantee to :stop:lho; hair from. f������lling off, to  increastj its growth,, and effectual I v. ronoove f?cnrf or  Dahdruff.:"'.;:..:'/":,...-:'Xy. , '"2 . XW. :b'.'!MOSES,.'.'  '    .';'��������� 2-yXX'I ; ' :: Barkcrvnie,;.B,C;  '^���������'XX'X'X-1*. :'^ERTIFICATS.V ^V \y2-:-.-2  \ ������������������ This is to certify that during: last' spring? my -hairy  Wa'sfrapidiv falling Out and my head was hist becoming bait I, when I.applied to Mr W. D. JIOSKS, Barber,  Barkerville,,who in a'few weeks restored my hair:to  its foVinor healthy state /��������� . 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Vi' ' V: ,v-v:v s  :; I The; Year! y, Nu mb ers of the Scien ti flp i-Amer-.  ican make Two Splendid Voluraes of fnHrfy:  One.;.Thousand Pages; equivalvntVin^size,Jof  four thousand: ordi nary book pages. ;,;.:���������,:.  X}y  2 -Specimen copies sent free. y.y, ,'...'.-.:".-, y- 2.';.'.,  .   Terms-y$3 a year ;: S'it50 half-year.';, Shibs  of Te n co p i es for one ye a r at S 2 50. eacli, $25 ,���������  wiih a sp 1 en did Premiu m, to 11 i e perso'n, w lib  fo r m s th e:; C lub, _'��������� co n sis ting o f.- a c o p y of tb e  celeb rated Steel> Plate Engraving,. ���������' Men of  Progress."..'; .-.'    ;  .���������-;:. y .������������������     '2y"y:2.'.    ''y'}.-  '.  . In cbnuectioii with the publication of the  Scien tifJc. American, tli e.j.i ndersigned co n duet  the most extensive Agency, in the world for  proonrihg^i^NTS:yy 'yyy yy:} X^'X^y  ;." T h e b,es ������' way too ti tai'ri:; an answer, to th e  qu est; o n~Cah j ob tai ti. a Patent ? i s to * write-  to,?MbxN;&:Qo2'37- Park;Row; N2p-i;who;Have  , had*: over vtwen ty .'years experien ce 1 n th^b usi-:  rYessJ' '��������� No charge is mane fOr opinion5 and^ad-  yice;; ;:;X.':peh van;d-ink sketch, or' fuIVM^iUen  description^of the :i i\ veri ti oii j sh on Id 'bejsen ti ''":'���������  ' For tttstructions cbnc'emjng'^Ahi^icaii-^an^l  Eu ro p e'an, P ate hts- - Caveats���������Re-issu es���������-i n-  ���������ter for en 6es���������^R<^je c ted: Cases���������Hi n ts o n Sel 1 i rig  Paterits~Rn 1 es and Pro"e'eedingsof the;Patent  Office^Tlie New Paten t Laws-^-Examinations  r���������Extensiohs-nlnfringements,' &c,;. &c. perid  for;issTiiucribv; Book; 'wInch'��������� Svill be mailed  free oti. application. All- business strictly  confident!^;:-' :.:."'��������� -;- .''"���������,���������.��������� -.1 :--'--y-  }��������� ' :,Address, ;'y ;��������� "'.'���������..MUNN'&'XO:, - 'y  ;: '' Publishers of the .Scientific American,  '37 Park Row, New York; :  iyy tf.  MEDICAL.;  MESSES. ME ACH AM & NASON div prepared to  f u rn jsli Lamber at theii- Milis, Wl 1 iiam Creek,  or deliver it to order..       ..**���������'  LUMBER DEIiiVEliEp, 'ON' LIGHTNING  ���������: CREEK AT THE. SAME RATES AS ON  '   WILLIAM. CREEK, ' ,'!.  Having a,Planing Machine in operation they wi]  also fnrnish Djresaed Lumb or at aa tisfactory ra tes^  v:-LEA'&EEROT.  ,  r--- :- -y ^-yyy   .  Celebrated.:'^. *'������;;"?���������.������   ::!vv  WORPE S T EiR S H i(R E    SAUCE.  Declared by Connoisseurs to boy''"���������...  .  THE! ONLY   GOOD   SAUCE.; -    .'  For  Sale,  ty v     ::; ^Ne^^oiik;'AugustVl5tb. XJ8(58r  :  Allow me to call your attention to my  PREPARATION^, i. OFX COMPOUND ��������� EX-  i:RACTBUCHIJ.y,TheM component, parterre  BUCHU, ��������� Loxa Leaf,' CUBEBS, JUNIPER.  berries.���������;;.;y,-rm 2yy22'":!.v-y.-���������:;, ,:,t ��������� -:  [; -Moi)k:;ok .PnEranm  Jumper Berriesi^y distillartTonf to* form^iif firm  gin.   Cubebs extractedvbyvdisplacemeri  spirits pb tai tied from .Ju niper, B err i es:; very  little sugar is usedr and'a'small jjrogortion.cf;  spiriC It is ihdre palatable' than ahy' how:' in  ���������USe...; :'v - * y '*' ���������t&iJ.&:':->"/P'������ '\ &*/&: ��������� kp-"ti&'h<}i *j A l\  Buchu, aa prepared by^Dmggists, is. of a  dark: color. It is a, pIan t:tbat emi ts its;fra  gniiice;" the" action; of a fliimerdestroy^.this  (its: active *principle), i leaying > a-j <c ark and  glutinoiie; decoction. Mine is the color of _in-  gredieht������������;; The Bnelm jn my prepar.ation prer  dominates') :"the*sipai lest Quantity ot the'!6ther  ingredients are added, to��������� prevent' fermeiita-  Jion.,;���������UP-0n,ih specti o n i t * will be f ou h d n o t to  be a Tincture, as made, in yharmacopcCi- nor  is 11. a,Sy r u p���������and theiM3 fo re; cii n ��������� he, u se d iin  cakes where' feyer 'or. infia'fK^&tid'ir ������������������ existl} In  this^ypn have-tlie ikiibwled^e of: the- ingredients and the mode of pre pa ration.;^ ^y^Cj j  ���������Ho pi ng: tha t yy ou ^vil 1. fa. V.01V i fc >vi th a trial,,  and tli a t u p 6 ti; I'nspectio ti ���������'��������� it' wi 11 meet w ith  your approbation.    ��������� - ��������� .'���������������������������   *~" "   ������������������ iK -r   /  y '���������;��������� Witl^a feeling b^profound- confidence;: y2-  y-2. iXy &am, very-respectfully^- :. .,. ;;>- ^-t-:  ������^f.^^av"'T^S--:^  Ob^iUahd Driiggi^pf if  (From the teges������ mi^nfactunhg'Chemistsjih  :.y y }"y   2y 2- the.world.).".;: 2..;;���������;���������;"'���������'���������'"-/���������:,.. y2-  .'.' :y2'y;y:;2 .Novembeti 4,\1854;.''v  "I am acquainted with Mr PL T. Helmbold ;  h e occ ti p i������l th e, Dru g Store o p p o si te my residence (, ,a.nd - was sn ccess fu t i n ;. c on d u c ti n g .the  b.u si ness: 'where * otbe rs h ad %o i hieeii;. eq n a 1 ly  so  before, hum ;Ir'have;, bl&en favorably ihi-  p resse d with his fe h a rac t e ip ari^l en I *'������ rp rise.7 3 y  v. ��������� :       ;^^^^^iLL[AJl;WI(5liTMAN^  ;���������;;:; (Firm;ot'Powe^  :,?.'; 2} fticl.ilring- Chemiste,^-Ninth^aiid "Bro\v\i  .'      Stkets, Philadelphia./ :   '    .'    '.,...���������  .Caution against Fraud.  rami- delicionss and  MOST'iEVEEYTHfflfi  IAT IS USEFUL!  'rice.  i.  -AT-  TH03;   FLETCHER'S  eCQiicl-liancl Store,  Bi.SiCJERVlIJ-E,  Jvll  The success, of. this  u nriva 11 oil'' Cond i in on t' bsvvlni*  caused certain dealers to apply Uic nam is of tJWorces.  ���������er.shire Sauce1' Lite public is Uereliy informed that the  hiy way to secure tbe genuine, is to  ask: for lea-& perrins'Sauck  and to see that their names are upon the.wrapper  I.ATJKLSj ST01'PKR,.and BUTTLE. /..  Sn m e o t Ih e fo reign markets hav i n g He e n -s u p pi i o d  with a.-spuriouo WorcestrrftihircSaucejUiJon the wrapper and labels of which the names of Lea and PerrinK  have been forged, L. and T. give notice Uiat,th������y  have furni.slie<l their correspondents with power oi  attorney io take instant .prowcodings agafnHt. ma.nu-'  r a ot un i-afs a n d v kn^ok s 0 r s u ch, or a ny oi hor in? i ta  41 ms by which theirjrigbtmay be in fringed,  Ask for LEA & PERKINS' Sauce and see  - Name  on "Wrapper,..-Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.  Wholesale and. for export by the P-ropriotors, Wor  tenter) Crosse and Black well, London., &c, ,'isp***' and'  by G ro ee rs a nd OH m en. u n i v e rsa 11 y  For weakness arisirig from ��������� indiscret i.on., ��������� The  ex b an s ted 4 p 6\y erp of: Na r u re , w h ic I i. - v a re; ac-  com p an led b y so many , a la r m i n g sy m pto m s,  amohg .vvhich wil 1 hgyfouhd .' tndisppsitip,o ~..J6  Exertion. Loss of Monsory, Wakefulness. Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil ; in;  fact,; IJn iversal Lassi tiide.:Prostratiofi- an d i n-  ab ili'ty to en ter i n to the; e.rij oy me fits p f so ciety  ft  once affected with Organic Weakness,requires  , the aid o f :'Med i ci ne. to s treng th. en unci i ni vtgo r-  ate- the: > sy^ein. wh ich H KUtiBQWi& I EXTRACT BUCHU invariably- a<*es.H If no  treatment is submitted to,.Consumption^ or In-  attn ity ensues. .;���������'  yiy-y.y '&-% i.*<,s :,:.yy:*'  ;.., ';.=, y. }y2iy'y2.:.i!.xsfr}yy.y.. i v. 2^.22  -" - i IM PR QVED % OSE .'; WAS H y  will radically exterminate from: the system  diseases arising from habits ;of> dissipation, at  I i ttle expense, li Ul e or n o change in d ie fe, no  iuconveuieuce or exposiire.  El  NOTICE.  LL  PEfRSOtfS  INDEBTED TO   C. V'.' O'NEILL,  Grouse Creel", are requested to calf- on him and  sr-uie then- accounts on it ,before FIRST fflAltCl?,  1SU. d 1-25 2m  in all diseases of these organa, whether existing in male or female, from whatever cause  originating,*and rio matter of howlongstand-  ing. .'Those suffering from broken down or  delicate constitutions, procure the remedy at  once.   ,:...,'*  ' All the above diseases require the aid of a  Dihretic. HELMBOLD^ EXTRACT BUCHU  is tlie ffreat Diuretic^  . it^'*Soid by .Druggists everywhere. Price  $X2b per,bottle, or 6 Bottles for $6 50. I>~  1 i ver ed to any ad d ress. Dosed b e Sy m p to ms  in all communications.     .  ": '    ADDRESS"  y-'     H.   f.   HELMBdLD,  ' Dkuo a xi > ��������� C111:mGAi2 Wa rkilonsic,'  ���������594.-Broadway, New York.-.  None ark ���������G-knuixb unless done up in steel -  engraved  wrapper, with  facrsiinile of my  Chemical Warehouse, and signed  002.9 H, ������S. HBLIIBOLD.


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