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 <���������  I J  ���������*"  ';%''.  y),  '/'  *^"'^4 tf&rSl;iifr*:5 VU4 ' -tV^V'L  -. i "<,y*  ���������>rr% .2.  Wi' ��������� '������;rfi^/vri^  '���������^-^yyv:  ������fey  ;yI^Si:i.^E?>.y\i.W  S^.:������ 5f.:.' &'%   '.. f��������� h-'. - ^������&: ���������;  '��������� ��������� ��������� **y^������; *. $��������� pF<s^^ '4 y������p?$  fcMsS  vs  Vol. fO.  . y'*y;4 "I'Vf-A  TK^tTT^iTT���������  ^j>&yXXX *_*���������������������  Vist^-fete^^lt^f^'' l^??^'^*-^^"^*������^^' l������*ffii'.c-"������lJ������^{  m  ; ������������������:���������*;'... '��������� :PubIii'bed'feV^^S&turda^ $yH*-: ;'#*���������>  ������������������' r -r $:*M1 : .'" ,&!dftus:yy;y yi^i^y ���������������������������<> tev&* '   y  .' ^���������"'6iS;t:V"y '��������� :':.-'.." .-.'Vvi^^ ������������������''-'.  Subscription;���������:>,���������--.,- 60 Cents per Week, y  ���������-'���������:'.v ,���������;.���������',.������������������.,'       -   ' y   '"  ';''���������' :'*'    ������������������������������������''���������"'  -,: '   ���������������������������''*.'.'';'" " Vy '.''���������.���������'��������� ���������'*' 'VViji'V. '-"-'���������--������������������'".  '! '\-'\'>y\?ix!2.ry222\.-.tj\-X&^ IT-.:���������  .-. .. j$y  ../lyviU-^RATES OF ADVERTISING.      .  b V iFpr%hei&^ first Insertion,; H7:.,���������;$3������  '.~:r" '.'''-���������'���������' |C( .: V. .:.ouomonth, ���������-   - y.fi'.y  1 :^<>i������tWQ'B<iua;rfiSj!flrsMlnsertion^.:^ &��������� K i-, -^ ^? ^ ������liM1  -;."'        V,*      onc~month>.x;>- ^ **���������- '���������-' 'lS^ *  ���������" r^^r^-TmS^CAfinJOO:^^ ., , yyl  :,:, ^^  pframmes for'j  ts  - Car^ftei^ul^^;;Ep^lers and Programu;  %iilIs^nd'Tli^tncfirEntei,t'&  ; j^0"*Ex ecu led ..with neatnes?^ddi^at<^^@^  .-.: ' Terms moderate. ,v  ..mnQLEON;^  Napn I oo n len f������w���������a fc an y r ate, li e had a very ���������  iw.yriA..-jtC: .A.T.;���������,.u i; i. _y  ii--^l.:i������>A<-.���������:_ ?. i���������-i!iJ>i_������_L:_J,.y  . :' -liiin>wil]i; the bugbear:of the growtli of ��������� the-  : . "RenuTnican;party, which hlul���������;Snown ilselfi $o  ifrt )^fuidnble at tlifestime";of tli'e p 1 oiiisci te:   He  ��������� V 'btffrfteerpiVr^dy'Snl'tfie other hand, by ?tha  vp eirpl tV ^r. PMi^from -, wb pm/aJter JKfiig. Wfl-  '^.ife���������4Tlr^^ed^fe.tfft^ftr'at Ems t.6e cel-  'y ;'-*������b rated word of .Camibroimo, the'p reset; ration  of the Empire cpiil<f ;be'-bought only at the  :   ?prree.-fl$-yM^ y  That.Napoiebn :^as-quite j-prepared for a ^1 \?J  ���������.������������������������������������ji&\fiTj\$XpihY$\\a.ffi vrtiiit' fhe was  told* but from the(;.pc#aratfeiis and the ar-  vraniemeiijs h<^ao^^rp^Jtliey'pH)ii|hs" of:  ihosajwliols^w biraje^ry Sa^ifear&^liat in  1 lie m on th of Jnjyy be^caresse d His Mo n more  ��������� than lie had done iu the who 1 e of the cliild %-  '���������j-1 i fe.^. /He^was ^eli^  ��������� ��������� ��������� t h e Ar ill y of tb e Ehi n e fi;om =. a, d r earl- of b ei n g  pe'paraled. from tilnr in any 'great. djsaster*   It  ��������� ��������� was only1-iyhen flie dorhraand was no ��������� 1 onger  -���������*# in ��������� ��������� the) Fm p ere p;s bands th at' h e gave' -ii p X$P  . his friends declared) the idea, of carrying the.  child with himse If u n der ae hi al fi;;e:.; v I  Ttr^^ismpi;'the^n].^.jpVpof; however^ of the1  Emperors opinions.astoy the resdlts of "the  cam paigu he *-was then en tering u ponT   Wh en:  the Tiiileries bi<dvbeeCipya3ed after the pro-;  - clam ati on of;ytlie\:Ee|lublJc; the absence of  many tiiingl'.knowit-to have been there' forme rl y sh o wed wh a t ��������� m e asi ires ha d. been 'taken V  The so-called jewels of the Crown had all  :'be en deposited in the Bank of France, 'but;  (not a^ingle piece.of \ jewelry belonging -per-  ��������� tonally-to the Empress was to be seen.   'The  ...    I^ripress was������siipposed to have taken .al 1.  r away; but then the silver plate had also disappeared.   Tbe magnificent gold and silver  ��������� table services presented to: the. Emperor by  - the Sultan, thenar Aleacandeiy and theVice-i  roy Of Egypt were, rflI gone.   The splendid'  ��������� -cradle of the Frinoe Imperial presented by  tbe town of Lyons was also not to be found.  ;'-.The-magnificent collections of treasures of  art which Napoleon had accumulated at the  '. ���������   , p a laces of: S t. Clou4 a ad Com p eigq e were  ���������: .also no. longer to be seen. AL1 these had been  **.��������� 'Removed long ago.   From the -very day when  ���������war had been declared, the r������$way stations  . of the Nerd, of Slrasljpurg. ar&d of Orleans  (for Spain )werf ^rammed jvi tb- glgan (j p: ��������� tij$4 ^  bearing away * tb'^varioiis /de'afinatioiis/ytlj.e  ��������� \ person al" % property of the Icqp Qtfcltf am.il y,  aiid-oue oaniiotielp aski ng oneself ;howrfir1s  t^at^nptliin^olP'Ms Jias-fotiiiu ItPway to,  public'1 wiiGfv**y}X^ix y y ' \ \' y I y*Vd  v.-When MaKdial MacMahpu; arrived,, at Marseilles from Africa, be deel a red to his (: wife  ;SJ*ii^P.i^?!^ $������ .utter!y lost, aqd  that be took the command of his corps svitb  Jhe'heavy beartjnf a,soldier .who yknfewLthat'  bis fu tu re was ru-t aed. i LThose, wh oi? k n e w of  this.eonversatioa-accused MacMahoH'6fs?V an-:  close ted for lib u rs yy\ th : th e Emp eror^y.ana  -frankly.^  became still stronger; and ;the postpphemejit  of Napoleon s ..departure Spr twelve, ,.days^;  ithe*^co n|eojaence|\p fdh is ncbh vjersation jtwM  attrib uted solely' tp-^the Em pe ror 's; :il 1 n ess.  ^e;l^pressji ersel f ��������� did 'n o| a.pp aren.tly sbare  the Emperbr^siideas. jr. isA't ^thei farewell farhil y  dinner^atfrStACloiidf she .-arranged with the.  chef..- de musiqiieJ of. the Greiiadiers ��������� de; la  $arde Jo *p 1 ay^bey f������M arsei] feipe, % as:an|agreer  able stirpri.se.to, the Emperor; and. it was  only when j?hesaw:;tiie;i^peWr turning quite  pale ��������� th at she stoop ed' .tlie m usic and b i i rs t  into '.tears: 'yAt' that moment :she^ seems 4b  :*t^*Ai,  nfparsrae*tpr1^uf h PaHs.'ahcTloStt -hihf fife Ac If  to the railw^^s^tipn-p^ sjpf;':St  Jjip.udv^  yy '&*������������������..  'Hy-  ^d^^ti^'^^iE^^  ��������� In alecfere^his week,1 at-^ueamingtbhv:'oTi'  1 VTbe '.Great r Earth quake an di'tbe: Great \V*ar,"-:  Dr. ��������� Cam mi ng/r el erred; to th e p rese n t... pe ri 6 d'  as the'approaching termination of the Gentile  disjyenslftion^y'ne^said tlie^Hebrew term^Ar-  m a ged don" in d ic ated a p e riod o f s tri fe aa d j  b 1 o odsbed'; o % an ,u n pre ced edited tch aracter.���������;  Th^^ime^l!eJl^lie3vS������idpmiri^ the;  Crimean war. was- developed in 'the' Indian,  mutiny, the Italian ,war, the strife /between  the_NOrtli-and;'Squth i n Araerica, aiid the scqn-;  fTicS; between Prussia and Austria, when a;  vgre>t;^P"t^taiit-^pwBf-^trHck down another���������  power, which wa^'.one of tlie fgreat supporters  of the 'Papacy. The present war between  Prussia and; Era heel also 'belonged to the  !��������� Armageddp ii. strife.'; By , Avay of s.hp wi ng  ttieitremeu&pus-.slaughter whichX had: takeh:  place'on both sides, Dr. C.umming quoted extracts from th e press. conc 1 \idiug wi th the  statieraeuf of :I)r. Rtissel 1; who,;:after describ-  i ng the awful man ner in which whole regi -  mects', and even battalione, of Germans had  been mown down by tbe ^mitrailleuse, said  there were now.40,0.00 widows .in Germany,  and' 100,000.orphans, as the result of the fighting between that Power and France. He  the a .directed the atteation-of his bearers to  the.38th and 39th chapters of-Ezekiel, and  ���������mentioned that, in the opinion of several  learned and able commentators, the "Gpmer"  there named signified the great power of Ger-  qiatiy,; and he added, if that nation jollied her1  self with Russia, nothing would- remain but  that other European powers would' become  so many Russian or Prussian, branches, He  [next adverted to the ominous manner in which  Russia is raising; the strength of her army to  a million ot lighting .men, and at tbe same  time proportionally augmenting Jaer fleet, and  paid the only ?power to withstand her was  England, who''was the "Tarshhh" named in  EzekieFslprophecy. He adduced many reasons in support of this theory, and expressed  his expectation of such a tmio a between Russia and'Pftva&v when Engto.i would have[to  fight theni?4ritteJA0 ^f^nce   f.nd no Emperor  -������**���������&'       /  %.,      h  >*y .,-  :���������-��������� i, :  ��������� r-.  ^e;dui#iyrWl������  :^a������i^tclihig-a^bld^������m^sh^  ' j^ots jpfjtb e.pap tared ^prison ers agai ns t a .1 arge  ston^ ^S topping ^iid  '4Ii^^e|iil.jaip=constw  iri'bis- hlattd,' he turifed tb; me..withl������������suiile"anil  said,;--1 ������cfii' liatl'^betfer rtake^tbis'on^i:. ithe-  lo ogsgtp^y oji .$fsu pp psiii g^it^tp f^jei; of ^English  man!umc{ure:| He'was quite;, surprised tofind  that?tbe::letters:^'N^S;;.U. S.^,'^proyedjit-to  htiye: a-.differ ent prigin^hd that'Eriglahd^was  not th.e'iojiiy coj \ n try., which: ex ported^ ar m^ 16;  France.'^ There Is no idea ni ore firnily rooted  []B'v'tiKrMfii3 of ,the.German, private soldier  ���������UiaUihat; England is a bitferi:enemy ;;to Gier-;  manyj'hecause'i tis |ibe::cnly!; cpuntryfetbat'Sxi  ���������p or ts arms to; France *ny an d i t;is ^quite a*ae w  view "i& ntf to ?bear ���������* (bafrp ossibly;putMf' five  b^fti^mi lliojis^f^htis seo im ^men^^^a^iji  America; some .may b.e fotwid who; participate  in Jibe; iarge- p rail ts-made bf. .< tlie >manufactuiv  ers,of that,country by. the.export of arras'ahd  0 ther m u ni lionsio 'th e enemies of thei r Fa the r-  1 a ii cb."--: [T i m es Gp rr esp b whm t.  BUSINESS"' NOTICES.  vm  w^%-teXXXyX'X2  /'*>  p  jfc#?alsfe't 'her. - -'In^tlie even tv-!b^^fikt^:c|la;Bi8fy  ���������ansig^-;.^f >' Englarid^p r q yedZ-ti^^tp^iJ ^ts;^ If  i the^fflf puld ��������� no tbe .wanting ^ej^sm^dthojm^  ^^^as"ber6isnT#'J^ :    .._.,..   ._...:.; ,-....,-,v  :fe|l,jhfefiill would be likeihat o'^a^reafa^^ ^L^fg^p������  jgaUant-pa'tion; "The doctor? then;;eiami^edi.  ! in, the; ap o eal y pti eal -. desc rip tio ii ofv tn e pou r-;  iirig^iif^df the Seventh ^aiywUh^IiS^ew^ot;  ; sli o wifig liis ii ii terpretatioh fp be ��������� tlie^bfricfe  !i.drfe. OTe alsb!made fa!;-pa������sih|^allusionto^the  ^e^iOS^ wd^cf FrahceTa^  lally-oP'tliiP'coui&v^^:^  lelicitea some;applause,-^{,EngU&h;<pa#er     '*������Tss; &-,*?' "y,TJ'^^{2J"k^^riy Ty>-'V>yyyy*<^  :..'iy^#i ,Hr* -vt&jtfj^^  ;;'..���������;;���������- ;..;;,.,>' 2-X'1ij.^^ :^,,-2i.y.2XX22X). -XXiX&si  mVi^tt-  &&?*.&.  wl  Ha������ retuiied ^BarkervilleVahaf.ihay;^  / y^:^v ly sulked at his:, oldi standi  i y~y Y' *; >'  -1 DIVORCES.  ;. Ab sol nte Divbuees legally obtained, in  New-York, Indiana, Illinois, and other Stutes,  for persoiis?frpm,;any/.Sta;te or cpmitry, legaj  e v ery w nete; dleser tio ii, .d mi n ken ness ,^i o n-s up ���������  port, etc., sufficient cause; no publicity. No  charge nn til divorce is obtained.   Advice free.  Address,.  MOORE & RICHARDSON .  ���������>  s.      '   "���������> / Counsellors at Law, 2 ..  180 Broad way,: New- York City.  -flic PA15S' IvH J.EtV is' hy universal cnnss.iU al-  lo\\ro0 to lutvo.-woii for itself a ivpuutlou un^urp;ts.so(i  \n t'lsc ltistDry.'ot' 'medical pr0paniti<ms:. 1 ts . iBSUD-  ijinoourf oiU-ct in tl.it! cradicuiim an it exiioctji'ii of  i\ijn in all its various forms iuclUcnt io Uie liuiiiati  l':utiUy, and the niisulieiteU written ami verbal .W.stv-  mwny of tho mussi's in Its litvor, havo bei-ii, auii^re  i \.b 0***11 best ati vertigo m vi&i&j '.     ���������  Thu in^ro<tii;nlsof the PA1X KUXER, Iroing purely  V&GETAUL&, renttor it a perl-wtly sale aiid ejta-  citius reviiuily taken internally, un vvrli as for ������^x-  Ksnuil applicatiuna, when ii.sei acoortUn^ to ilirec-  (juttf. Ttie stain ujnin liiii-n from lis use is easily  remove*I hy washing with :ilenliol..  Thiy M������Jsuio*iue, justly celebrated fur the cure of so  many of tlie'afflictions incident totlic human family,  lias bow he en lie lure tllo public over 'rrmiTV ywaus,  and hus found ijs way into almost every eiirnur of  the wtirld; and wherever it hug been used, the same  opinion ia expressed of its medical properties.   '  In any atmck, where prompt action upon ihe system is required, the l*f������in KiUer is inviilmihle.. Its  ahno.st jHHiautaneoUs ellectin li4ievin& 3*aiB te truly  wonderful; aud when u fee il according lo dircCLions,  ti true to its name, a PAIN" KILLER. luti-i  NOTICE  URIW VT ABSENCE, MK. JAS. McB. SMITH  holus mv-Power of Attorney. All persons iu-  de'bted to me'are requested to mafca an early settlement with Mm. w  STKRL1!s-0-  B^ ^.rviil", R.C., Jatttwrr ID, 1871.       ja!U Ji#  ' yy 'yyy^-Xi, -j-t:. ^s^*'**.;������s.5r,^7TT^iiS'H'''*^**- ������*������^::':*^*i>K,:.".^.,*^'C^^-'  DrSTnibAiLToturbis TiiJ\iVy thanks/ to^ tbe. people of  tlre'Iiqwer'Couht^f Jcr tfiefr^UilidheRs an(l'%itr6HHfrd  while on li is,.pn)lessioual/.tp_ur,,*an d by tstrlc,t.at^ciHion,  to^'usirioss.: trusts to retain the confidenccj^reyiously ���������  l>est6well iippfii.lUmM������y',-thc^ %''**  ^^u;aUbra)i^es.ofirjental iV^|>^',h^ivnrra^i|^.pvg  satistaction or:return tlie'irioiiey^and paytuoipatieiat  ror ith e tim'c lost, while,, sitting'in (his .ch ajr; V,   , \������'������  v .Tcctb'���������:extraotsOd. in ajStyle; tUat?wiUX\ety tho av���������nrl<\  ^^nmf^M^M^Hlfpd^wi tl3 ipiire "OOltP n fr rl.^ Silver  or with.th6 Os ArtIficjal Fi 11 ing, ;wliich. wIli-s'ave any���������  too th,, cyen ;.w hen i u trod uce d u ppn ;a b. 1 eed lag u owe;  !"Tccttli fiiit ihfiipoh plate nridVFupoii; piyo;ts^, ���������Partiea  who may rcqpiro the BootOi's services .woulrtjdqJw^lV  tcinako ;Vn early ealli as lior'doOs- ii0t.;iiit6uijy ipyicy-  main long in -Barkerville.;,..       ,"''"'.'���������"   i:��������� >'.?^'<-{���������*?  y^^Rememher .that the chnrges are* riip^orate^un,^:,  .he oitl cie opposite tlie Assay: Office: Bark'ctv\\\q. :: -:^ ���������  rL r G ii tn rs o- Gre k Ey  M"HJBRS AND TRADERS wili tin rt It 'to" t}^fr^tt:  .������-vantage to purchase at thi^Storeiwlierostljer^t  Boiiitt'iisiil-  Of th 0 very best description' o rr nancn aif d th e Stoclc  cons to ii t] y r eplcn ish e i t ll y n o.w arr i ra Is. iT li e propr t'e,.  -       .     '       tpr=5 wii 1 sell..Goods.,,.... ..y'y.vy, ,^  -"AS"CHEAP AS ANY tN'rCARIBOO!: .  Orders p rom p 11 y (i lied, a n d forward ed w i tb d Isp at eh  Van Winkle,  C  .TiHE  tfNDERSIGNKP   BEGS MO   INFORM  HIS  1 f rl ends an d th e p u hi I c;, t hut h e lias fi ttcd iipso.no  C01VlFORTAi3LE,.  BED- ROOMS  - ' ���������''    ������������������'���������  ; -������������������ -   ��������� ���������-','���������.���������' i������:.  V'' yyVy,  l  n his new b u i Id ing, wh ere hoi s prepared* Ip'irI v������  goodlJc.ds at a reasouahle price.. Those, who.will  favor lum with their patronage, may depend oa. tta*  cleauneHsand comfort of his bouse. . v  His takes also this opportunity to remiiuf t h e; Cariboo! tes thai his Brewery has received the^F.llt&T  PRIZE of the Colony for bis cole brat ad   .  XXX   ALE;,  And the true amateurs wj 11 be able to judge by tlu-m  solves that 'such honorable prize has been jusily  awarded to him.. ; -  N, B. ���������AI ar t; e f ron t room to let.  fritkiirv 111e Jan, 23 1U9.  N. QTJNIO*  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  AND  C A B1BOO    R HT'MI  i  PRICE,  ������r james ArfDiSKsox'.y ���������     yyy  XX      -       'ONE DOLLAR  For sale at. the $r������sri!SXL������Bfe* ,������������* f������������rw������r<l^ hy  p^tjiwtwcbaJSft^ mT������ MHSSiS  gWPWgflg  THE 0AIUBOO SENTINEL  ��������� SATURDAY. MARCH 25. 1671.  AJLBION  FOUNDRY.  Tbe-proprietors of the Albion Foundry *i  Victoria corDplain of the'fojtrattee of allowing  foreign machinery to be Imported duty free,  while an they allege, they are able to mmiu-  'facttire the eame of as good qnalltj and on  #3 favorable terms arin San Franewco.  If this insertion be eorfeet, It eertainly  tfould appear to be hard upon home Industry,  but the case'of the Lane"& Kiirte Company  wan without precedent in every respect. The  country was universally of opinion 4hat the  enterprise undertaken by that Company was  of such a nature that it must not be allowed  io fall through by reason of any lack of eti1  -couragement;  and as the greater.portion, if  pot all* the stock .was taken in San Francisco,  It Is iiit natural to suppose that the machinery would be procured there,; as it is very  pFobable that some machine makers were  -among the stockhoiders. wliilef it must "be  fcorbe in mind that had ..theCom jiany abandoned, the projeeVno machinery woiild have  been required either from San Francisco or  any ether place.   We are'not advocates of  i^e doctrine if protection;; trade will inevitably And its own level, and is-the.-experience  ���������'if Great Britain and the United States denion-  e*r*te. restrictions on commerce prove cietri-  Cental to th* .country for whose supposed  feenefit*tbey haV* been created.  $till, in a new colony, it is.soraetimes wise  ytp'ffUre* belplbg hand to "a new enterprise���������  *o aid the aspiring child, who is struggling  bravely id compete iatberaee for fam������ and  wealth with mature iaud experienced opponents J. and as-an encouragement to home in*  (1 us try arid; mechanical -skill, we should ad vo-  . eaietfbe abolition of road tolls ou all mWcbiii-  ^y made in Jbe colony so ^ong as we can be  ���������atit fled; that this man ufae Ul iers do not ab use  ���������-.ihe privilege ,\but sell -.as''good an article-a ad  'life:'ae���������'���������; c&eap a p.rfeV as'can'be supplied from  ��������� iftferoadXy- ���������''.;'yy-;       '���������" :;'-"-  ���������   Wo would, suggest lo Messrs. Spratf, i Irving that It would be judicious for tbern to disseminate ...������ little  information   through   tlie  , mines respecting their business aail prices;  .- .The;people.here.know'very little about what  ... caii ;be made in* Victoria, and tn tbe absence  : ������f information, naturally seek tbe most exten  . iilve mart, of produetioa.   Now, it is highly  probable .that within a;jssar from the present  (finer* number.of steam engines and. pumps  w^U. be required in Cariboo, but the ideas of  ���������parti*8,likely to want them are of the most  srjigue character as to, what would be the coat  ���������Now*. lf> a complete catalogue of pr:ces U r {  engines, boilers, pumps  and  appurtenance?,!  >rifcb full particulars as to. power, pumping  opacity, dimensions, weights. <fcc., were published in Cariboo, it would be of great service  to ihe community and .might result in iio-  ''tnense benetU to thi?.proprietors of the Foundry if they can offer reasonable inducements  for patronage. *  ��������� It the people of Vancouver Island, who according to their own showing  possess   so  ; n in eh more capital than the Mainland, would  Only invest a little of their superfluity in a  Joint Stock Company (or shipping engines  and1 pumps to Cariboo for* hire in prospect-  iug, they would stand a better chance of de-i  ve loping the country and enriching them-  ftelves than by gaping open mouthed for the  gifts of-Providence to fall into their lips, or  waiting for the golden sge which is to be in-  -������nga-ated when the wh.aile of the overlanii i  hjwwiiiotive is beard at the EsquimAit inter-i  colonial terminus. j  FROM OMINECA.  > Mr Sylvester arrived from Gmltieca last  night. Ht* left Germensen Creek March 6th-  No prospecting done yet this seaspni; About  twelve men-are out on Curry and Vital  creek*. On Germsnsen most of the men'are  occupied building houses. Elmore bad;about  7000 lbs. flour, 2000. lbs.'sugar,-1000 lbs.  bacon and 2000 lbs. boans at^Hoj^em. Denis  Ca in has abou t 600 1 be. flou t ait Germansen.  Tbe trail down waa good.-' Mr Symet 55.men  hauling tabogans, includingthoae^wJto^tar ted  .up with him in February.���������& He will start up  tomorrow. Letters and parcels will: be re*  ceived at Barnard?s Express office up to 2 p.n>.  Bro NtrooRT���������The Lighifiirig co.-IastTree*  got a nice* piece worth over $500/ This is,  we believe, the larg(^^piec^r''ever^fottn4':'in  Cariboo wttb. tbe exception pf one'found in  the Butcher claim in*the aanYe nejghborhqrid  about six. years ago. which" weighed;about  two oz.heavier.'." . ;   r."   :-; ;,:..:  *Ws have to congratulate our old '.Cariboo;  lies���������Messrs. ������T. tfc Beedy^: Charles Dp peri -  hei mer, an tl Jo h n Pe eb) es-���������on . assu mi i ng the  responsib i 1 i ties ��������� o t m atri moo yy ^Theae gen tie-  men have evidently still faUMn; the- conn try,  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS--  HO WAS AT THE CARIBOO  MWK8 IN ISM,  and is stilt believed .to he In British<3oltinibia,  will communicate, cither, personally or hy.  letter,  wj i h thie Private 1?pcr-taar,' Govern naesr HoSsej  Victoria', V.LVho will receive vahiable information. ,  Marob'25,187V. y    : y.;yvyyvyrmb2inm-;'  SYLyEStER^^y  Omineca E&Bress  mhh LEAVE BARKfn^lLtl3���������'^-MORROW (Sunday) AFTER^OON^afc^ri^ y  SST* A general Ex pie 5 busHneflsconfln^tftd.^''"''  mb25 ...   ...%  ,.      .-RUF,US-S.Yt:.V^^tS:;8.   ,  To Miners and: otHers re-  ; "xiuirmg  yyy ���������<'i-^y-v:yy^yyy  DU. CAKKAM, baring- ntuted; |jb :theVt������gf8lafciVe  ���������': Couacjl that the Foundry iii\Vietori^H"!iafiiot of  ptifQnlent-��������� capacify to *��������� manufacturo'tb������;^mactUnrtry���������  rrqiiired by tbe L-.j nopfr Kurl2 Co;; a������d In ��������� Qrdcr.������tha^  tbe fiirTi 11 c m ay. not b e'. ������i isied by: su ch' b taWthVju^s,;  and i ia j ua tieo to' 011 reel yes', wo iiave to j-tate ifSat 0������ r  Foundry, with 'ihe' prt'iiftnt .Tools^y c* n: ruariiifactur������  Miichi ta-ry of .TEN[fTlMK.S; .the onpticity-��������� gr. ��������� thc .ma-'  cblnery imported; by tljj? l^ine k Kurtz Compapyyand  aa Cheaply as Ueau'bo inapb'fted from San Fr.-Vnc'isco.  ��������� SPRATT k  iftVlST������,  Albion Iron'; Wnrk*.  Victoria, B.C., January 2T. m_h^& l#\  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  British Qolttmbla  STATEMENT  1870  SMENT of the^^ positiod^ of��������� 'the'BVitlsb^^ Columbia Savings Banks, at 31st\December,  0, published pursuant to tbe provisions of the'" Savings Banks^dihance;T869.^'  ���������   CiENEftAI^  BALANCE. ' ���������/.':.������������������-:  - ���������  ������������������������������������������������������    X2'���������y\^��������� , iv,...^r=;--  LIABILtflES.  Due by the Bank to Depositors, viz.:    .  At Head Office,,       ,    $������;280 93  :;  i^NanaimoJJranch/:   ^295^^.^;..^  " New  'Westihiusier      '      ���������"* \V    '���������".' f  ...   Branch; 7,00490;'   :  .:������; YaleiBranch,     2   y   852 Q7yy  ��������� *f Cariboo Briiuch, ..   ,5.741,82-   ������������������  .^���������-$85jl57 ;pl  Balance  at credit, of  ��������� -.:���������>���������'���������  Profit and Loss, . .  635 51  $������5.98& 52  ASSSTS.  Casb iu band at Head Office and. :.  .yBraiiches^'.;: ��������� 2; ;     '.' ���������< yy.$ :. - ���������f753p0  Cash in Bank of British Gohimbia., .3^a7rM  Amount invested with,the Govern^:::,,y X^ .  ment of-British Cbiumbia, 2..- 79,000'00  Aniount 4������dvaincecL-on)Government :,;��������� X. \  , f Securities (Exchequer Debea- :.     .?���������.  tureH),;' t   .        ,  -     . -^OdOOO  .$85,98* 62  Victoria, British Columbia, I  ���������. ^February 2ist, I87ly    J  PHILIP J. HANKIN;     |Coramissionew .'  IB. GRAHAM ALSTON, }       -of;    ..v:  F. J. ROSCOB, ) Savings Banks: "  i certify that I have examined the Acconnts of the Britisb C<>iuwbia[Savirig8 Banks |br tlie  yeariendei'3ist;'DebemVer/1370f''ind above Abstract to be correct,, V  yyy- * yXX'Vi -2 XVyi} XJyy X^-Jf'-y'X:] .":���������,'.'.: .'V'-F y X ?C>BKRT KBR. .XXV. 2..  v"..:���������;', AuditCMce, February:-:il������it, 1871;;'-;;:^v ;":".^:';-":;--_.".:-" -.'v ; V    Auditor General;,: -*i. -  I hereby, certify that thesujutfjOf ^ !Seveny-nine������; Thou Ban d; Dollars ($79}000) js; the balance  standing at the. credit 'of tbe.CoSibnjssioners of ihe^ ^British Columbia Saving^Banks, icitbe,  Books of the Go vern men t of British Gblu^ 3Xst December, lU70;-:>/-'K'-S  VX xXy2-  'Xy. -Trea8ury,:BrHi3hyCo.iumbiftr:-/ Xy-XyyxXyX, yyyy  ',. JOWXyG^AB/i^XV^-XyXX  yyyy. ^Febniary.MMiVWytiyXy,,},,. V>X .-.,-.^-:���������::;.:���������;���������;':-:.; y-yVy^'.yy 2k^x-*lh:.Ghd^%������m$X2 '  ' I' y.V. 1 liAR^EUVILLK.yj':',: 2 X y2  J v; T  T^jg: gjQRK  Wi 11' a 1 Wa>a 'be fcaid:'a* wVll-  J^:>::8<ilecteU;8tock:.or;thfl.   ? Xy. *���������...���������%���������* ������������������-'.���������- -y-2   h  FRESHES^  ������ ������roVisions in gariboo.  :*:��������� ��������� 2,- & y 2:: y ��������� ,y,yy y ;>.��������� yy yy: x&y.;-,./,  yyy - ^ikB.BSt.fJ* Vs^flOFBBB XVy'^XklVX^X.  RoaateUand Grcxu;n<t dally ,l '  l^iife^sifc^l  SODA  CRtttttt;' \/: "���������'.:; ' ;' '       .  :;'  ������������������'";:;"} ';" **<\' t ':'[:yy[ ���������'}..[ 3AHKZ5lVIX^^-  :"���������'"���������' '���������������������������'' y .   :;"' ,V^'     '";'������ *HAK7������^K(   '  ^Bi^oU-mre<& ^  2}-yy--}.yx}c}h^^fyyyyy ���������  Where a good. aBsortmenl ofei>di5c*s will ,alw*ya% ba  rouaU.-'  ���������.:���������'..'       ���������'.-. :���������'������������������;���������'���������'.,.:.,..-   .,���������.'..   ���������., ��������� .-.  : l.xriist by strict attention tobuMRP88.;aa'd fair aa'd  Fquaro* dealiug, 10 merit a coritfiiuance of tli a liberal  patronage lieretofore extended' to me;'.    " -,)"'   frj ':  !7aii Volfceiiti'Eirgh & - Go.  ���������4 ���������  ������  Barkerville, Rickf i el d  ' ���������A������i>��������� ��������� X", V,    V ���������  >y yy'-. . '���������XT^TTy'.'-Xy.-Xyy.r. X.:-'y:2.  :'THo^y^LEmo0fvm y--  ���������;���������'���������  V ..���������.:.���������'.- ���������-'������; ���������. -.\: .:������������������/'������ .2} X"; y;&- <:2y'  ":'' ['X^k-v^Ryjwk.l    yv"''jVi!i'  A SUPPLY OF THB  SAMUEL  HILL, Agent,  ALWAYS :ON HANI>.  Gra.nd Hotel Building  SAN   FRANCISCO.  -4y���������-<������������������������g>  Farm Pkocccs AKRiVifiD���������Messrs. E. Pearson &, Bro.^s teams arrived this week with a  aup^plj of fine Lillooet Onions and Fresh  Raoch Eggs.   Easter being at hand, those  ���������wao con^iider the latter luxury indispensable |  At that festival will be glad to learn that there'  will be no scarcity. *  Road Stramkiw���������-Two more of Barnard &  B-eedy?s steamers arrived on the Pacific.   Six  engineers are, we learn, expected from Scot-  l������ad in a few days, ou whose arrival every  yaipedition wit be .used in placing the met-  clisLva on thst w������$'without Ma^.  .SEND FOR CIRCULARS..  mh*2ft'  NOTICE.  HS BtiVINESS HBUKTOFORE CARtUKD OV BY  tiro undersigned at Valo ?>mt B-irkervill^, British  Columbia, has been sold to Mr CHARLES OPPPKN-  HKlitFDIi, of Valo, to'whom Jill outstabUjug accounts  in respect-Co.th������ abovepapattoae'l "bnpincas aro to bo  l'������������d.      t :'���������'������������������  ���������, STBOtTSR.  V ijpi* rift, J ������fi, a I ��������� 18 7. L. " ���������      ' jrrhi v'Xai  I HAVE been "requested by several respectable.parti ea; wliocnh 'K'atil'y'to'tHe efficacy of wy sy*t'en������,  to again make public the iact that....   y....  Mosesr Hair Inyigorator  WILL PUfiVKNT HAl.DNFSS...... .:..,      ,.'",'  UEclTORK 11 AlK THAT fc BRCOMIJTO THI.V  ���������    OU FA LL l NG* O K V, nude ffeatu :*tlv  CUKE SCUliV OH DANDUUJ'K  Ttila is not a mere assertion on my .part, as I haTe  in my possession numerous tyjjtimoaiais certilying t������  tbti hucccsb of my romrjily.:-     y  I do not of course pretend that I can make, the.hair  crow cm heads which have been bald for yeara ; but  Will guarantee-to stop the hair from [fnUth% off, ta  Uiereaso iia growth, and elTeGiuaUy.ri'tnAYC Scurf or  Dandruff. W. D. "MOSliS;  Barkerville, B.C.  CERTIF1CAV.B. '  This i:* to certify that durinjj last, gpringi'ifjy hair  was rapidly falliug out andniy Jienrl was t������8t becom-  injr "aid, when I applied to Mr W. P.MOSES, Barber,  Barkervillo, who in a few w������*ek3'refttor*,d'mv hair to  its former healthv state    ...     DAVIQ .GIBBON'S.  Barkervillo, P-n.'.._������9,1 S6fi. M'Ultr  Mining: Claim for Sale.  0KK-THIRDOF THE SAN JUAN CL^IM, above the  Sawmill ou William Crook.  .  Apply to .  ; : tiios. p^TRn,  Or at the Bs.vtvvet Offlo*.'.-    - ���������.-. '��������� * '. '   '��������� mhZ8  v CHEAP: G,COD|!   -.  ���������v-'   '������������������22 r1' ��������� .... cbKwu8S3re-^"v   -���������' ���������*���������'.' -2.  Boots^Slioes ;^lbthing and  Q-fdeeries,      -  OF  THB  BEST;  QUALITY,  ffForsalo at the Store of -the undersigned in Barker-  Yille, opposite the Bank of British'Columbia���������.   .'���������  ''"'-.:' XW.  RSKK2K.  BC4 tf '  aantfuat  NOTICB TS'HKRKBT GIVFiN THAT AKY ?KRS01������,  . or persons found de������lruyiujij or  t'amaciuK ^',  Teltgrapii Poles or Wires will "be prosecuted with tha  utmost rigor i:*f the law.        ���������  By comm������*d,  B. W. PBaR3������,  , I^nds and Works Department,  Fob.. 9tb, .1871;    . rohlS  A. GILMORE,  9  GOVKRNMKMT S TREET, VICTORIA; Tl  AS? OH HAND, AXD IS CONSTANTLY rrcelvinff, *  larae assortment of CLOTHS, CA.S?IMKRK^  and' VKSTINGS. which be is prepared to make w  order in the most approvod Btyles.  ������������������. ��������� . ... ? .       ..y ���������<-������������������  $8- ParttOfl on   William  Creek  ran  bay������  that*  measures taken by Mr McCallum, Barkerville.''  %tf~ iJI or'dars fr������io Cariboo promptly attende'd ts. The cariboo se  SCHOOL MEETING.  V  SATURDAY MARCH 25. 1871.  tf ARMED:'/"-  '������������������. Tn tSafl Francisco, Feb. 19th, by: th��������� R?.v . "On. X.  .CaHVfCHABL'-e'.OrrasHKiXHR, of Fort Yale, B.C.j to  liABKtLA, youngest daughter of Opt.' I. Fasarc.  At Vanwinkle, March 18, by Rev. Taos. Dxrriok,  J. C. Bkkdy, Esq., to Miss Laura Matixa Lihdharo,  MINLNU INTELLIGENCE.  LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY.  '    WILLUXCRKKK..  %   7 he Forest Rone cb. last Week rocked < 93  r������s������'$6 de* of which was from one rocker.  -tt.fey started steam oa tbe engine on Thursday, but will have ts wait some time jet far  water-to wash on top. The Ballarat Co. last  week washed 63 o*. The Romance of the)  West co. 41 o������.; the Pinkerton co., W or. \  the Caledonia co. about expenses. Tho corn*  p antes ab oii t Cameron to a are getting atrial I  ��������� P*y������  '���������> V ���������, '  conkx.lv qumjr.  . ���������    "'��������� .    v ' \ ���������    .  ���������    y -...'- ft  The White Pine co. have got into very good  pay and the prospects look vary encourag���������  in%. :From.'two-flets'������6i timbers this week they  washed over 30 ot.  'tOWHEf CSKBK...  '' Tlie- Brown coy washed lasfc week 50 oz.  : ..' jacr or cfcUBs-- crkkk. : ; 2,: *'  Tbe good pr,ospept struck ^by: the  First  ���������fillance co. has createij jejislie in e xei tetrien t  *bout.this creek, and\ some;t^vo,mileiJ have  ������������������;..: i ��������� <iw been '��������� staked ^(t-, As ��������� the F������rst Chan ce c o;  Iii!vn rl ci i ttingy a d i tcb ^rid b lit 1 di ng a wheel  ���������"}} ������ofore pros)>eetiac;any;:m^T|0\ it wi 11 p rob ab ly  he air weeks .^r-'two mou tSs before any thing  .��������� more is known.y1     - yX;  :..''''������������������'7xbI'--y%'';-;^^tWn.o>'v'^brk'. - v  20$i*...^f)^\^y^* Ust; week waahed 144  y .cofc^iiieluVI^Djg: ii^Az: ^iece.: vThe^pmoe co.  ;' ^"i.r?*^������^.SU:ti5;4*������T^S^?**i ::P*X ��������� i'^t week they  Pursuant to legal notice, a public meeting  of the Inhabitaata of William Creek School  District was held at the Theatre Royal, on  2Qth inst., for the purpose of adopting means  to raise the necessary funds required to carry  on the proposed school. Tbe chair was taken  by; Mr J. S. Thompson, President of the..  Schoo I Board, and the Secretary of the Board������  Mr JT. GoodfeUow, acted as Secretary of the  meeting, ..���������' ��������� V''y~; yX'-y  The Chairman having explained tht object  of the meeting andread the clauses in the  Public Schools Ordinance pertinent to the  subject, stated that the School Board had,  come to the conclusion that in addition to the  legal tuition fee of two dollars per month  from such scholars as could afford to pay*  ������nd the Government grant of four hundred  and eighty dollars, it woulfl be necessary to  levy a tax of two dollars per annum in the  m an Tier prescribed by 1 aw if the schoo 1 were  to be establish ed, and it was n6w in the  hands of the people to decide whether this  course should be adopted or not.  Mr .T. H. Todd then moved the following  resolution:   ' ' ,y  44 That this public meeting of the resident  male in habitants of the School. District of  William Creek hereby authorize and empower  t be Local Board fo r. ��������� t n e a fo res al d d istri C t to  adopt and use th efoil o w i ng means: in order  to raise the amfa ii nf o l.ra oiiey requ i rejl; to  cover the expense of ^sch^ogn ^tiiis district:  X Tp apply-toJihe' Govern������pin' Coil nci1 for  a grant in/, aid Of the efitaBlia'fim ent; a nd mainA  ten ance ora'Corariion '^fehV>iffI'i^Canbo6;"  2. To charge an<^  attending schooV(except siren'���������%&' are coiisid-  ered -not fcble to pi^), ttesutn of two dollars  per month as tuition fees;  ,._���������.rrt���������,_���������.   ......   ,       .  last week  ^^^^o^^^iR^'finV half of , this week  ^iV^X'-'yVy-V;] y'Xl-"';-   xVXx -'X'-   XX"-   '  y;-' '.  y^J^JHipiiK^yy..,]     ,-.-!    .��������� y" '���������'  ,Th������ Moonraker cQr.are'siting small .pay.  ���������.t..-<'.'^-'  y$y*yf  "V#r*.  WaiPSiW-CltKHK.  two dollars per head per annum: or any less  aim on n t wbldh .fhe '.Bo ard may fi n d su ffl cieq't  to meet the 'expense of the/B(jhooly'  :i'-}..  . ��������� Mr Todd .slatted'"tiiif; a;comn^ttee of, the  School BoSrd 'had CJvuVasaed ihe d\sirlct{and  as cer tai n ed ih ai there wer^e* fij n ������t een c h \ Id reii  between the ages of: fire and eighteen years.]  al 1 6 f whom were li ke\f iW attend '.'.so hb'pj i a nd; |.  ih at there were al ab:. sixteen , cl i i I cj reti }\\ n d������r f  March lst-^The 011810018' Amendment Act,  repealing th especial dii ty of 50 cents per  gallon imposed for telegraphic purposes, was  pawed by the Council.,  The Fire Companies' Aid Bill, for levying  an annual tax of $350, on all Insurance Offices  or Agencies in Victoria for assistance of Fire  Companies, was passed.^        ' ^_������������������ /���������="���������;  '. The Registration of Voters7 Bill wsa considered in qominitteW An amendment was  adopted that parties registering this year shall  not require to, be possessed of qualification  except at time of registration, instead of three  months previously.,.". yy..    :.  : March 2d-~0n rnotloaof Mr Humphreys,  the following motion was passed ;-^" That his  E)xbellency the Governor be respectfnUy ac-  cjuaihted that in the opinion of this Council  ���������gentlemen.experiencod and skilled in the  knowledge of the law should be appointed  as County Court Judges as soon after Confederation wjtlv Canada as possible.J,:   -  "Tbe cousideration of the Registration of  Voters'Bill was resumed in committee. Mr  Bnnster moved that the rental qualiftcatiod  b������ reduced - from $40 to; $24 per annurn.  After considerable dismission the amendment  was ���������egatived. The bill having 'passed  ; th rough com mi tte e ? Dr. Garrall mo ved th at 11  be recommitted for the purpose of intrbdiif^  ing a clause making the qiialirtcatioh of meiii-  bers $1500 in real estate, unincumbered, or  $2000 iny pereotial property. Messrp. DeCos-  mbs������ and Humphreys opposed, and after a  lively discussion;;the proposition for re-com-  xnittal was carried*2.  ;' -Mar;ch Tth^Tho Regjstratiuf) of Voters' Bill  was'a(gaiu considered in committee, and Dr.  'CarraU having wiifcidrawn bis amendment,as  to the-qualification of members, the bill was  reid'a tbird;itnfeand paBsed. A Bill was in-  trod need regu 1 atiiig- the election of members.  ; On motion of Mr Humphreys, an address  to the'Goverhpr was passed praying u That  his; Excellency may be pleased to enquire  into the necessity ;of; Sheritls and Deputy  Sheriffs, giyinglndemnity bonds and sureties."  A nubfcef of notices of motions were given.  ,:^y^eleg;rapii' to.March 18th, we l^aru that  tSe Coniicil was nTlill^^ in session.  FRCHy QIJES^ELMOUTH.  Iiv. ,  v| <iTjfeKEf,M(WTii������ Match 15th\  Si|^g. co^-rMs������roh 4^Reeorded;in favor ol  Ah Jajn. -lOfo'.feet. adjoining lower lin^Hjf Sing  ' <j^. -'Tp^rmpari-'o^iSiT^ 'Xy'V}.  Morning -Star co.-~March 18--Recorded in  ��������� favor ol Wulter,Alexander; Ben Jose, Jam*.*  Kt!i?o,;ThoiMas Barnes.: E. H. Kimb'al 1. Cyrua  ;Ynnng. Heury reurce. ThosVDu buv4ty, Harry  tyr>������rt������ H enTy Go (datajd fc, Alex. Snedde u, Ca th-  ���������rine Smith, Thos. HawellH; 4.^ & Jenkins,  Kafchaniel-Gurnie, .1500 feet of^.ground, eoni:  iriencing at tip per 1 ine of iViclpia, co.  Victoria cp^rr^^^^^-T^Be^i^ed in favor  of David: Ailiitn^^nu t)reaver, Wm. ^*ou tti t.  Adiaon/teifebard?; Jto. J. Brown,-Jno. John-  . a ? on, R. Aibe^feou^fichae,! ism i th, Jo h n Dn n n,  'Wm. Ciar^ Jas. P.  'J^vlor,;Jol HjifftSrl^^ Jiiraison, ������Robt. Mc-  NiU)b, John Bartiett- ^nold^Wtl������oo,1800 it.  of ground, com^neing^at upper line of First  ������Cha'8������e- co., aodlh^fa^or of Wm. Lonttit, Win.  Dreader, Jas. J. Brown, Jobn Dunn, 4 hill  Maims on east'bEek. commencing at eame  . Uoe.  ���������H 9CHUDI lltiunr, ������cnvnvi ������..-...^.. , .......  expenses, would probably -anionn t to ������������������::'$ 1800  or $2000, of which, supposing the Goveri^  I inent would make an appropriation towards  j purchasing the house irv addition to the"-annual grant, about $1200 wouUl be, required  to b o raised, from t.h e ti ii ti on fc<*n and Xpyc..  Mr Wi 11 iam Micbael secorided;! the resolu-  tion,' which ha vi ng b eeni put to th e meefi ng  was carried wfthoufc a dissentient voice.  The meeting then adjourned.  In accordance with the above resolution,  the School Board have made the necessary  application to:the Governor in Coundfl'for a  grant of money and authority to lev������f n tax  Thr Lvtk BuictDK at Yalb���������The in tell i-  gehce brought by telegraph to Quesnelmouth  that Mr Charles Evans, welt known m agent  of Barnard's Express at Yale, had ������ommitted  suicide, has been very distressing to those  who were acquainted with the aafortunate  gentleman.; A Coroner's Inqnest was held;!  f ready: mod- leavihgv-fbp. Omineca: Mesan,  W r ifffet rfn d'. Tr ii tch Jeft'- th is; m; or n i b g w ith a  hunYber,of'Indtans and tabogana��������� drawn by  dogs. ..Mr.IVutchis.tovsuperintend.tbe work  o f construotio,n of the road o ver the :portage,  .Tabpgans of, all s%a,andyshaifes are to; bt>  seen here, j so me of wood, others of sheet iron  . wi th. an rl wi th out ru n n ers. ��������� Tho we a they at,  p re*&n t|is on fa vprs bl o' tor d ay ira yel I i Kg, aa  it is soft nnd slushy, ibut the nights are still  cold. The river is expected lobe open by the  first of next month. 'It has just been announced by telegraph that Mr. Chas. Evans, long  and favorably known es Barnard^ Agent.at  Yalev.eowmitt������fi sivcide y: 8 erd^y, by shooting himself w th a pistol. ��������� lie left a couple of  letters. Nothing further has been gleaned aa  to the tsauae. Occasional.  THisATJik, Royal���������A larg������ and apprebiativii:  audieace attended the performance glv^n or   .  the Amateurs oh Saturday evenhig last for  the benerifc of Flbreiice ��������� Wil������on.  The tirefc  piece.;��������� presented-^** The Day: after the Wed^   '  ding "~^was well played bui lacked a liuW  of the "vivacity requisite to; iuaiireisaccew.  Lady Elixabeth Freelove^by^ Flounce Wllabri',  Aid Colonel Freeiovev by Mr BrewDf wer*  very well rendered!   Mr Marshalliy ar LprA  Rivers, bad not very much to say, but W-o^;  the two p rev io us occasioris on whi ch lie has  appeared, was yVery correct' wanting but"'k ,.'������������������  11 ttl e more ac tion and self-confidence to tn ske,  hira a verv cred i tab le performer. M r' McD ex ���������:  mott, aa the bid family servant James,' it-.  quiUed himself adm 1 rah 1 y ; and Mre, Parker,  as the ancietit lady's maid of a,past generation , 1 ooked ahd, acted the chiracter\ wWbh is  entirely of ri different style: to- what :ehe' baa ,  i been accustomed, to perfection.   A comic  Yian a ee reoi tattop, inA gro tesq ue r ch art cter,  was given by Mir J. Z. Horigh as an interhide.  which was loudly applanded, and was varied  by another equally anuising on that gfentie-  man bei n g rap tu roiial y en cored.   Th e con -  eluding piece was the lively and highly am w-  ing farce of " Young Englaud." which kept  the audience In roars of laughter.   The nn-  fortunate. Mr Pooley, who bad a, dreadful  baby thrust on him by accident and was de*- '  tined to get Into all manner of scrapes, wae  well performed by Mr Thompson. MrGom&r  Johns, who msde his first appeaja.nco on th*  stage as Pounce, the SherifTa oftloeri gay*  much satisfaction, and evidently posaeaBoe tb������  versatility requisite to make a superior com to.  actor.   Tbia gentleman  will, prove a TRrJ  valuable acquisition to the corps    Mri>mUh.  as Captain Dashalohg^ and- Mr Pearson;,as  Major-Martinet, .both performed their parha  exceedingly   ^ell   and   were   heartily  applauded.   Florence Wilson,, .as Mrs Smiles  | the landlady, aad Mrs PaVker,as MrsPooley,  i were as usual excellent, and thoroughly mer-  itedthe approbaiion bcstbwedoii them;; and  Miss St.. George, the Tcpresentative:;of -.Mr*  Dashaloiig. the mother of the missCifg.-Yottnir  England,.who finally turned up all right, Was  greeted with a storm of applause.       y������'     \  LATK^T FR(JM QUESNELMOUTH.    t  The frsser river'is beginning to break np  and is expected to^be open by the eud of the  month.   The season appears to be about a  VaillaRcbur co.���������March 2l-^^ecorded in when it appeared from the evidence tW; sev-   .   taght mora advra,nced than at the co rres-  favot^; of;Jp8.;Canneil, John Timlall, Jehn  S^ovei Joim Stevensbii, John Naismi th i Geo.  Taylor; I. B. Nason, Charles Vaillancour. Jas.  Taylor, K. 0. Stevens, ^ohh Bvaue, 1200 feet,  above the Woodside eo,   y       ��������� X. .  Woodside co.���������-M'*rcb 22���������Becorded in  favor of W, Jeffares, John McAllister.J?. Carey, D. McSwffn, Jas EJingwall, John Monroe.  A lex. Monroe, A. .Fletcher, W. Hail, M. Mc-  Cuaig, Sam Rowe, D. A. McDonald, J. Bow-  ron.MS hill claima on east bank, alongside  Woodside co.   To iorm part of same.  New Dominion co.���������"March 22���������Recorded  in tavar of W. JBilsland, T. I). Johnston. J.  BHi'tleit, A. Wilson, Geo. 'Gantley, Tbos. Gart-.  'ley. W. Thompson, John Pinkerton, Thomas1  Bell������# Thos. La very, J. Naysmith, J. Lindsay,  S. Walker, J. Johnston, Wm. Tucker, Hugh  Doak, James Reid, Jas. McLaughlin, George  "Taylor, Geo, Byrnes, 20 hill claims, oomiueuc-  ing at lower line of First Chance co.  Tub Weatukk for the last two weeks has  been unpleasant aud backward. A great  deal of snow has falleu and the nights have  been generally frosty. There havo been a  few occasional days bright sun, but there is  no appearance ol the snow, which is now  *ery deep, beginning to dissolve. There  having .been little wind lately and constant  traffic on the road, travailing to Van winkle  is ,yyw terr goo4.,  oral parties h,ad been standing outside the  house abeut noon when they hoard ������ pistol  shot. Tiiey rushed in and found Mr ftvans  dead on tlie 'floor, blood coming out of Ons  mouthaW the pistolat hie feet. Re had put  the pistol into bis nibuth and fired upwards  through the brain. The verdict of the Jury  was that *������ deceased committed stweide whilst  under a temporary fit of iusanityJ, He left  several letters, the contents of which have  not been wade public.  ponding period of last year.  The Chinamaa Who was? in prison on r ,harg**  of larceny aiid supposed arson, escape d from  jail on Saturday last during the ten juorary  absence<ef the acting jailor.  ' Giscome, accused of ^assaulting ��������� /<jrt, has  been held to bail by Mr Ball to ap- %#&r when  called for. Port'b still either ur. &^\c or unwilling to .give any rational ace o������lit of the  occurrence. A, good many thir fr fa* ia sham-  rniug. The?Indi������n who was sup  Do������ed to havel wives.  Cariboo Amatrck Dn*M.vTin Assoctatov���������  At the quarterly meeting of the Association  held on Wednesday eyeuing; Mr J, Z;;.5QU|b  was re-elected "Manager,'. Mr 'Gr. N^Mareiill.tJ-;--  Secretary, and. Messrs. .Hough, Ma������ly|i^an������l  Thompson  Managing:, Committee.; ^Messrs.  Pearson, Bowron and McKay were electa  as^Cas ling Co mm i ttee.  Messrs. J. MoB. SraHii  and M. G. Stap 1 op, who are 1 eay|ng,Bafker-  ville, having sent in their resignatt^tyfl^  plimen tary ad d r esses; v?e nt vo ted to} thorn.  gentleaaen. who have b������en energetic member*  . ot the Assoc\alion, and both were ordered,, to  | bo placed on the roll of honorary meicbeiT.  The Association propose performing again in  a fortnight, and are deterratniti to use thalr  best efforts to cater to Uie public;& amusement:  and discharge the debt owing to hold������ra* <;f  j theatre liquidation tickets.       j  From San FitAscisco-rThe steamer Paclflc,  from S^n Francisco, arrived at Victoria Co  8th Marc h, briu gi ng back a number of old.  British Columbians, Among our old Cariboo  friends we notiee Messrs, Win. Sterling, E. C.  Parsons, Jonah Williams, O. Strousa, Godfr^*  Oppenheimer and John P#������ebie���������������the latter  two gentlemen being accompanied by their  witnessed the atfray has goi  ie 1tp Uie river  with Mesars. Tnitcb and Wrip  a^ party.  The ti rst trip of the ste   Ara������r troni New  to be-made on  Wkhlktan Csckcct���������The :Rev. Tborhas Derrick having %een summoned to Victoria lo  meet the Uev.W. M. Function, President of j Westminster to Yale  waa  the Wealeyan Conference, left by Barn ard ���������'.! T hursday of thfe week.  Kxpress this week.   Mr'Punshon is expected  to arrive in Victoria early iu April, *nd we  gv.|������Djrwg   Aiyy|C������J5JiTS-  Bank CfusaB*-Mr M. G. Morr������. fro^ th.  North America, am������><l������������" ������! ^ ������Pre!";  arid Mr M. G. St������j������te������. *"o ban been ���������tettowA  at the narkerwill. branch lor U������ tart **..  ye8r������. left for Victoria writ day. ������^**PU<S-  ia understand, will take obarg������ of tha.Am,  r������rihoo ������ud affordatl ua-the plsastiw.of ml- U*J  y""'?, Z'.    f������������������������������ ">���������'--������������������ -    department at Vietoria.  Johnson & Gerow'a  to arrive in Victoria ^ ^Xo^irUio Express, carrying the fe ftU, arrived on Men  had hoped tbat he^^ would have toWe"top to       %veQ|    JRnd  B, ^  F nex  n-rth^^id.fTordeduS'the pleasure of ad- aa^   . *. ******   .   U���������rt_:..  \oyin Church by .Messrs. GilWrt Muuro mO  Geoqp Fergus a. -  imrd'Sj togetb*  Bapb-iu char     ������ of MrBeid,*  rirer. ���������y  #1  ' yy-<  lit  yx yyi  mMz$2l  yy i y-  2yyy  i)' y  ysy.;.',������  ,���������i -,_���������  I  iti  iii.  lip  sw-  ih. J  I������  Mm  yyy v  ftli  il  ���������lilifts  1vyy ,���������* j-r;  ���������r^     ; J  /N I;  -4'       J  ${-!   ���������   {-  ������������������ -,;' : r  |   v>  ll!V   -;  yy '  Hy': !;  Smv  ft:i ���������:  .y   -y/|yy;.  ������"������������������ |yr|  iy|!;y  '    Hk:y  y,y.-\-.t'H.yy;.  . Wy.  liiyjn  ly}  )fy.  ���������v llliVrl I'. !%������������������ '.*osii biixtn;gs\]!.'  .^^^tfo^  : Jo d, ahd������ibb d id have con si derab le pashu ncej;  but did he!ever keep, a district 'skill e - for ��������� 'H  doliara a month, and hoard/arpunil, ory rua <a  country/newspaper. ^ -, -y ��������� ty~ y ^  .:, Jjid 'haeyer reap lodge d 6 ats de if h/. oa a  hoi day. and haye; all ;bis -gallus buttons bust  ������������������' pphat-oneeAV-/;..ii>"���������.';''''- ��������� "'"���������:-*"-. ���������'/;.V ���������������������������������������������'���������'::J' Vx.  j,ypidiheeyer have^a jumping toothake, and  %exnade\ to ��������� tend .tlie babe wh i 1 e hie. wife was  jO^er to Parkins;1 tpa tea squall ly .,./, y y  . y-������i4*hei ever get up. in the /morffmg--awfttl  vd ll I-7,an d huff i fc)S m i les.; before > ��������� b reakfast,: to  jge.t .a drinky an d fin d Ih at the ��������� man? kop t a tein-  ;pera9ce;hpuse;?::':'..V..''.; ..2X'yXXi:y' *=Vi '*.-*  , r /gDi4Qie....e^er-/undertake,, tp,milk a kicking  Sieff^-witha,bushy.tale,inifly-time* and in a  Mi* <C* -.2 xr^ ;, kiy, .;,���������.,:',  -.  ���������:,; BidJiae^r^set.pB, a litter of}, kittens,, in the  ���������old ro^king^cliair,\yith his summer pahtalo'oas/  mil^l%)ll%������.';./j y   * :��������� f V o* -; -;*  .  , ^ ;Jfehe coulddotheze things^ arid praze the  ^ord^iat the,, same, time, v:al}Lheyv;.tasayas:  $uUyJpr,Job.li '.'���������;-���������/* -.-',.'-.' ...y .' ,,.; ;.-L-  For. 187-1.  .^cl  Wo^'svkiGHTb'jN: Arkansas���������On/Satur-  rl ay last, tlie star, act ress of Nelsbri'S; th eatre,  ${(S: Virginia Dee, entered the store of "Si V.  CJautl?, and"'-iflfliiired it Mr?Austin' was in; Onr.  jTnen&^k^  ^uoced-li^mself ^lie -pei|on ,cail|d:for.; 'Said  3 ii^abSit 'tuej'yX J^ko---^ Yes XT did speak of  oiti-^What did"you<!hear I said7 of yonV'  Vi^iiSa^( reheard' you Vsaid^ ;f winked-at  7^$lffi^$k flf^%y'Mt'X f,f&.  '���������gmiS^awir^a'p  rpoiStin^i^af&ke^frWell^  *\vfiat .foedawf;of; tfcis'S^ate am iti -regajd^'to  ���������sUn8er/%ut If tliey 'don't protect me I will  ^rpfelf :iffy sMfi^jS^w. sir, *ybu*rnusfcf write ;ari  ' apotoly.^^ SbfU^leK (he'genial and soo'thirjg  ['iiffliiSn%^^*th^^  bacon' grease from  his handstand"wrote his  ^air^r&el^n^apolog^ tor saying that idie  MHwi&ed'atMtn^ "u  -   '   " * ;i>l "' ���������  T W ENT Y - S IXTH    IiiR  yy}fejffiri$^^ ' qnestion  o/ the;pr^er^mpde of -baptisDi was thus disr  ; }josed of Jby'% .Uncle* Casar^ a colored minis  jei^StfWest':    '      ''" ::"   ;'   -"'  ���������-'  ,   !" Now,' brcdren."' said i������, " I hear 'great  fuss ^boutdese words itf and to to ; and foils  w an fe u s to b eliey'^d at th ey me an u n tier, ac d 1  '^'af when :-ae_ ^6r4i pirn; J- sjieaks of ��������� an in di wl cl iti a I  'gipg^F1? ^9yfi^'%aite^*deBiblQ/'tnehh' to  ���������fiay'.that he. went under the water.   S pose  some day I^go'oye^tq feee bnidder Soloman.  ;and. bruilde^ Soloni'an worry politely ii j,  ������������������ Uncle (^sarVcbme into/ Se/housej ��������� do afiy-'  ^ip8y^?p^>i5s here- person would go under  ''delibiisenj'.-"v.-.yV :'^ '':,: f ?* ;'iL: ���������''"'}}'-;';  '>������r p-&ii������fepi&?j0ofe a dying  * -cobbler, ^.thatflwaxr;weaker every day,; and  .'that;L;'am:.gra,d5ially approaching my end ;  ") ������������ nlyn la 'few mo re s ti I ch es,' and *��������� awl - wi 11 be  over.   In heaven.there;is rest for; the sole.;  aw 1 m y s o r ro w shul 1 be heeled.^' He th en  -; calsi ly ���������'breathed irfs last. " ���������'������������������*: ; f' '"���������"'' ���������'���������.,.  :";'.tbis splendid/Week 1 j;g  improved/13'one.'of the; mostf-iiserai and;interesting: :j burnais; ever : published| X ^Eyery,  "h iira b'er' is beau tifull y pr in ted' od/ fi ne /paper,  and elegaiitlyf'���������,illustrated;'with original en-:  gravipos:representing/';-'yy,'-;"''XXXV}V .,,  New:/Inventions, yNbyplties/ in^ -Mechanics,  y -. yManufactures,; Chemistry, /Efiotpgraphy,  ],;^ Architepture,:,;Agriculture,. J3ngineering,  c ���������'   /Science aiicV Art. .2,,,, ?V; ";,.- Xy      ;.��������� ���������}. >  "-��������� "��������� Farmers; ��������� ^chanics Jini ventbf b^ Engineers.  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In/c;onnecti;on with^tbe ^p.nblicnfcioh of the  Seleii.tific/American,cthe undersigned,condnet  rt(ioviribsfc;ex tensive/; Agency,, in \ the v wbrldv for  :procnnn'g;P^J3NTS.:.-/,y   ;;t'-y,      . ,fiy,. y  :.' :TSe be3fc;way:fb obtain 'an-answer to  qu 6sti oii'^Canf-I Ob tai ii'/a Pate n fc f -* is*' tb wri te  to Mcxn:& Gb:^7'Park TioWyNiY^wlm hWe  had ovftr: tw6n^y years experience in the business. ��������� :'No; cliar^e. is ul ade' for op i niori an d a d-  v i ce. ;A; pe nan d-ihk- sketo u j < or ful I w r i tten  description of the invention, 'Should be sent.  . Forjnstriictipns ooncerning American, and  En ro pean ' Pate n ts- r Cay ea ts^Re-issues���������I n-  terfereucesT-Rejected Cases���������Hin ts on Sell ing  Paten ts^Ru I es a n d Proceed nigs o i th o Pa ten t  Offi ce���������The New Paten t La ws���������Exam i n ations  ���������ExtehsipnSr-In fringements."Ac.. &c,. send;  fo r Ixstkuotion^ BoQK, wbi c h will b e m ai I ed  fi;ee oi( applicatipn; \ A11 buslness strictly  confidential. ,, Vi!.,���������-,.-. :yV ..:  X  ly.. Address/ '.   .MUNN '&mlll.  Pnblisbers of the Scientific American,  :..- ��������� ���������;���������' -:: -.; /j     -,-v?7 Park Row) New York.  ��������������������������� ��������� ���������; ������������������> New Yokk, August 15tb;18G8y  ���������  Allow, me���������- to- call iyour; attention toi my  PREPARATION    OP,;, COMPGTOD.   EXTRACT BUCHU.   The, component parts are  BUCHU, Lo.ng Leaf, CUBEBg, JUNIPER  berries.-'��������� ��������� ���������:'������������������ ���������:";-' :;-:V'-*yyxx'xXx-:  xMoow of Prepaiution.���������Bubhu j ih' vacuo  Juniper Berries, by distillation, to form;a:fine  gin,!. Cnbe.bs ezfci^ted^by^disp.l.a;cement:WHh;  spirits obtained ?from Juniper Berries ;, very:  littleisugatJa-iised, and-ia small proportion of  spirit.", it?is-more palatable, than;any now, iir  USe./-"   y:y,.;,;.'���������.'���������  y   >\   -:'y.Jy , .���������',,.. v...'.   -V  ,}V'}] , ���������  ; /Buchu. as prepared by^Dniggists^ is of,;a  dark colpiv; Jt/.is a plant that emits.its jra  granee;, the. action of a,.flame..destrbys.'this  (its;: "active���������'. principle)^-'leaving.' a.'tiark and  glutinoiis.decoction,/,, Mine is.the.oolor.of.m-  gred iehts.: The Buchii in��������� niy; preparation 'pre-:  dominates.; the,smallest quantity of ,the.other  ingredierits are added, to prevent' * fbrinenta-.  tion ; upon inspection it will be fouiid^ not to  be aTinpture, as' made, in iPharinacopce^sribr  Is it aSynip���������aiid therefore 'catf be us;ed/rsin  cases .where fc ver.pr, _ inflammation /' exisi"}. In  this, ypu have;the knowledge ofytheyjngredH  en&:andthemode of pr^^aratibmi^^: '���������XVVV:  ,., Hoping that you .will favor,it with a^ial;  .and..; ttiat 'iipbii' iiispecfiop., it ^11 meet/with  your,approbation. ', .,".' . ..'"'. ,".'-. ; ,...  v "VYithafeeling.jot.profound confidence,, ,.  ; yyV. I amjiv^ry ��������� res-pectfii 1 ly;���������). , '������������������ ���������, ������  '���������'���������l-'1%,v '��������� - '���������: ::,^f. HyT,flELMBOLDvi ���������/,:  :eisVfii i'9 Yeiii;^ Eiberieh eel  CMmist and Brilggist of. j  ^xperienpei  \ ,r,#ieTiTV7rPat(V';^e4^tbe.4o(^r������^'how do  , ybivfeel/to.day.?V ���������'���������; Och, ;doctor dear,I en  joy very poot/yhealth entirely. The rnmatios  * aro.iver.y. disl ressi n \ i n rl a de ���������;; w hen I go (u  ���������alape.I lay awake all night,, aiid me toes��������� i.������  ������wii Jed up, as big, as a:.goose hen's egg, yo  whin 1 stand up I fall down immediately.7?  }A Wag said ���������"_ that bnco while on a journey  hew as pii t into as leigh w ith a dozen in ore  passengers, not one of whom he knew, but on  ���������turning a short corner the sleigh upset, aud  lie'fjurid them all out."  & PERKINS Xy,.  ....-:   .,, ��������� r ,  Ct'lobratud  wdRCESTEiRSHfRE    SAUCE  ���������   Declared by Connoisseurs to be  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  ��������� (Prom ttie largest-;rhajp u faQferihg IChemisfe, iii  /   ,;:    .   y ������������������"   the worlffi) ''  \'X''y   ��������� ^  ���������'' "yy XV[':.'."���������;���������-">��������� ":?ii:*J'^VBinKR);4^i8l5i;--���������'?  ; /.:M,ahi acqii^lnted^with ^^H^T^Jiojnibold j  lie: pccupie'jl the Drii^ Storei.jp pppsite. ;iny residence, a nxl was su c cess ������n I 'in > c p nd ii cti n g '.Vthe  bu si li ess: wji ere, o tb e ra <h ad not b een. eq ual ly  So; before, him.;.-1 ba^^beeaJavorably^iai-  p ressed vV i th h is c h a rac I e r and e n I or p rise/ '���������  y-jy^yy^Vm^^ ������������������"*  //��������� -Firm-jjqt-.fio.wcr5 -and.;WeiglJriman,.}i_anit-  . ;..: y facta ring.. Cbeni ists., Niii, tii ,!,and( Brown  ;\Streets', Philadelphia.y^XyX: -y-y >  FLUID-EXTRACT  For weakness.arising febrh indiscr.etipii. ..The  exhausted powers of Nature, which are.: ac-  cora pan ied by so many al arm ing sy mp torns,  am 61 ig w li ich will tie. fpii n cl, I ticl is? ppsi ti bri. ;to  Exertibn: Loss of Hemp?%��������� 574kef u 1 uless",��������� Hor-  ro r p f .Disease, ���������. o r" Fo re bo d i hgs o f Evi 1; in  fact Up i vernal La ssi ti id e. pros tr a ti on an d i liability to e nter i n to _ the en j 6y m en ts o f socie ty  TI  ;iE.���������OISTITUTION  A touxq; woman, meeting.a former fellow  Revvant, was asked? .-how she liked her new I  :p l ace.   '? Very well 'J \, u Then yon- have n o-  thing tos complain of?"    "Nothing;   only  m as ter and m is tress tal k su ch b ad gramin ai ���������*''  A>r,Irishman, in recomnaenclmg a cow, remarked,.." She will give milk year a (ter, year  without having ealves, because ^be caaie'of a  450JRT that mvav had a c-y,ir;  Caution against Fraud..���������The success of "thJ^  mmt delicious-uml   ui'irlvallo'd  Comliment brfvin*'  caused������cTtaIii Ueiilers to apply the narno of ttWorcu&'  ershire^uietr'tlic public is hereby iiubrmod thai tli.  nly way t,0 gccuro l ho geuui n u, i& to  ASK  FOB   LEA &  PERRINS'  SAUCE  and to seo tbat. fclieir names arc upon the tjmppkw  I.A^KLfJ, ST(H'J*KB, aiirl IJOTTLE.    ������������������ '  Same of the foreign murlcets having beonsi!.nj3iied  withft'spiinniia.W(ir6oatt'rshlroSn������(M\*j!onHiiewr-m  pvr and labels ������r which tho n;i.mos oi Wand p-H-Hns  have bfic.R forge-i; L. and ?. igfvc notic^'hat tl pv  have lunrtslH'fl their cor respondents with i)nWPrr,!  a Worn ey to tf ik e- jit * tan t p r* ������coed i ul's a sa In s t m a y r-  tagtorices and vk.ndcks of siijih. or<ii)y oth'or f ,,TiX  i{(His by which thedrright may boinl'rlnged.  Ask for LEA &.PERBINS' Sauce and se<*  Nam������aOn  Wrapper, Label, Bottle, ������$  once affected with Organic Weakness,, requires  the aid of Medicine to stfenprthen and iiivigbr-  ate the: system, which- KELMBOLD^S EXTRACT BUCHU: invariably does.v, Tf no  treatment is submitted torConsumption.or Insanity ensues.. .. .' 7., yXlXx'Vl......  HEIIBOU'S FlUIBEXIMCT BUCHU  "' IMPROVED '.BsQSEr-VyXsR .;  will radically exterminate from the system  diseases arising from habits of dissipation, at  little expense, little or ,no change iu .diet, ho  iuconvenienoe or exposure. .,  SE'  CARDS,1 -y v"-:.;;;/r--:y- ^  ���������V 2'y "   V-y'  'y2yBlt%jkE'A^lXy, yi  XX y-XVyllx}  *\. .  '.. CIRCULARS,   ',        lyy V-V-Vl'^ '���������. -  lll'll ROSTERS,'.y '.'\y .' ���������'    ".. \ :'y - '���������  /"���������-;;' ^ t'*v'' pRbj&KAMMEs.'^.r ,,,.;: -:  '/"/'.:. . -.yy^RlHTBr)..FORMS,    './  '2}-y   'V ' X   ' LABELS,    ,     ,." ';->;, '.  V ' ' '���������' }'-:'X}}yyy;. ;v/;y,:yBR.SAI)- TIQkiTS-  Etc.,  Etc.,  Etc  Kic  Executed with neatness;  care ond illspjstcli' &t Ih  SEKTIJTEL: ;-:#FI���������'E,  BARKSKriUB, B. C.  JTS FLUID EIT1  /JITKS^KS. MEACHAM k N4SOK aro/prejlared to  jjI furnish Lurnberat their Al ills, William Creek,  or deliver it to order.. . .  LUMBER. DELIVERED;.;ON LIGHTNING  ; CREEK AT THE SAME. RATES AS ON  : WILLIAM CREEK,   y'  Having a Planing Machine in operation they wii  also furnish Dresaod Lumber at satisfactory nites.  in all diseases of these organs, whether existing in male 01* female, from whatever cause  originating, and no matter of how longstanding. Those suffering from broken down or  delicate constitutions, procure the, remedy at  once.  All.-the above diseases require the aid of a  Diuretic. H ELMJ*OLD������S EXTRACT BUCHU  is the great/Diuretic.  ^?-**������Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price  SI 25 per bottle, or t> Bottles for $G 50. Delivered to any address. Describe Symptoms  iu all 'communications. . !'  ADDRESS  H.   T.   HELMBOLD,  Dm* fr am> On mi 1 cal Wa m: no use,  oi)-i Broadway, New York.  , Nom'7 AitM Gkjccixb unless done .up in steeV  wmmiU-am for export bvt he Proprietor. Wov l^1"^} JVixWeV>   ^   ^C-Simile of  cPster;Cro^f:aii'I BlnckweII. London, k-., ^c/- ���������lDfJ   tllem'��������� V/arehuUSC. and Signed '  . I-r !Jr(j������vr.: ;iii'l Oilyiva uaiv-Tsally.   ' *    *������t$  Restaurant  and  Bakery.  Stopper.  Wiiolosa"  H.  my  MELMBOI.D.  rpHEProprietor.of this old .and well-known ������sinl>-  X .li.shrneut would ri'spiiCiluliy thank Jiis juiuht-  611.? fr j c n d s an d l h 1: p u fori c To r th e e x 1 en.s i vi-} rn iron ji go  heretofore bestowed on him, and trusl.s thai, hy his  usual strict attention to besjuofs in merit a con Un  UHiicc ol t h ei r eoiiud en ce and .support.  Meals, $1.    Board, $14   per Week.  BREAD MADE OF THE BEST FLOUR  I recommend to the public my  GROUND    COFFEE,  which If5 a much superior ar.ticlethan any which c������i&  be had from below. .1 Roast and Grind" it myself  jmdchoofU'the best berries, consequently the pubJifi  may be sure ol its being free from adulteration.  J. G. GOOPSON.  IU-

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