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 bfi  ��������� t-i  a^mBBsasBmaMmmsa^  ���������;     rt . *   ������   I.-     ^      > _     ' i? c (    ������������������-..' .,'..��������������������������� ������������������-, ���������������������������  if  Tol.Xl.  . i,gsirkervilley: William; Cr?ek, B .0., Saturday, May; 13^ 1871.;  Wo,2-  Pubrisbed.,every Saturday by ���������;;-;  TL:>Q.B; ER T.   WiO LL 0 W A Y,  ^Subscription,. >  - ..������&������ Cents per,Week.  RATES -OF ADVERTISING.  'For one square (one inch), -first insertion,,  :-t!'..;';.. Ai, J.-..'.'. ��������� !'.' -������"e Ill0Ilt^V.': .'"  ?Fm.twqsquares,irsUnserbion, ;; - :': -  ���������   '���������*. "-,  -**'     -one month, ���������   ���������  -   -   -  - S3  - 5  V 5  .... -:'S-  Asents for Me.^'*'Cariboo Sentinel,''  Tan Winkle,- ;.--. -  iQuesiielmotith. . ;.  /:,SodaCreek,;    -  ���������;-  ��������� .'fCliaton,,, ���������'-.;���������,_, v.?  . tYale,^.;.'-- ���������'-���������-���������-'���������  ���������, N.e vy Wes tm I ns ter,,  ..-Wtctoria,. -    ' -  -Ili^P.'Tisher;  ^Hhdsmi & Monet;  3.tr J. W. iJndhwt  ."-������������������     Barnard's'Express  ������������������ V- ������������������ tearnarfPs^Kpress  ���������..-��������� ��������� -'" Barnard's .'Express  _   " '���������- do        '.'  do      ���������  . ���������'.",>������������������     John Mtrnray  .-��������������������������� .       John Col tens  ~    , San Francisco  ������-'----"- v ���������"-'������������������; New-. Yflifci.-.  30lB.;?P������iMTiSGOFFICS.=  ������Carilg,"'.circulars, Vpsteyn a rid Pro grammes for  AA'  ���������'Balls kM Theatrical Entertainments .  .JJ5������* Bxecu ted wl th ��������� n eatness and dispa feeb .^ggf  ���������-..'..-���������������������������... i- ''.  /Perms moderate.'���������'....  THK KEV0LT IN'PAItiS;  The nHwejneut ;in/Parish:a.Revolt, 'arid  - * not a .Re veil iitio n, an (V li 1< e -'m osfc re vol \n}; ap-  ;   p ������'fi rs I ike ry to ,p pod u ce al ra o 8 {;'��������� u niri rxed- evil.  - yJigjustorycahMt be written Vet, -vtbe correspond en is. j o urhatists au d speechmfeke rs ��������� upon  w 1 tOHg state men ts ; w e "'must. depend ,lb ej n g  almost f ren /Aed wi th. a credltab 1 e in cl rgnat io n  janda discreditable fear ; but;it is' possible to  g-alher with pains and:-patienceisome idea of  th<������ rnotives .at -work 'in the.' iusurrectioii.���������  .When the Germ a n 3J qu i tted Par is. th e ������1 ty was  ' left in^the, hands ,of, a .mass, of armed men  ��������� called a^National Guard, organized into 260  Battel Ions; but wi thout any' b ond of'cohesip n  ��������� except -a common-ntiifonn, a common sense'  of angry hum il iatio n, and. a- comm o n . d is tru s t  or dislike of every authority in the-city or in  ���������France. The Moderate Battalions���������for we  must-.use parly 'designations���������levied in the  r i ch er qu arters, were wild with1 th e. feh a m e: o'  their��������� country's' defeat, with fear of tbe future,  "and with the feeling that they had 'been want-  ' j n g. i a' the lio.u f������ of, trial ;������tbe' Red '-Battal ions,  ��������� ��������� workmen and 'Roughs, were raging with sns-  ���������' picions of treason among the Generals and  - the Ministers, with desire for a Social Republic, and with that bitter 'hatred *of the rich.  ��������� which Mr Hallet so well-described; and .which  never dies in France. Suspecting the Prussians, suspecting the Government, suspecting  the Assembly, suspecting the troops, living in  an atmosphere of .suspicion, t hoy-resolved to  retain their arms, their cannon,-and their pay,  and remain in' permanent watch over "the  Republic." 'They occupied Belleville, Mont-  mar tre i*tbe C i < e, an d o th er p o i nta, wi th their  forces in regular military order, and -though  inactive* probably from an expectation*that a  ' Monarchy-,\vwild be proclaimed and 'give  ���������them the-signs! for resistance, they were >in  more  bri less avowed insurrection.    As it  chanced,'their exasperation was deepened,  and the energy of the Moderate Battalions  crippled, by a;sedes of blunders committed  by all in power.   The local gover.^meni;, then  directed by M. Ficard, instead ot disarming  ;the Red 'jBattaliotas and stopping thek/pay,  vwhich would have forced them' to  wo*k or  starve, kept threatening to do botli; their  lose themselves in the Red ranks.; M. Thiers,  the Head of the Executive, it may be from  preoccupation, it may be from distrust of the  Assembly, it may be from the reluctance to  shed blood which honorably distinguishes the  (J rl eanlsts, tem p omed with: the., mo vera en t.  while appointing to the  command of  the  Guard an; officer, General de Paladin es,,who  waff'supposed in Paris; to be always shooting  his mm*-'. And finally, the, Assemb ly, instead  of accepting frankly M; Thiers7 advice .to: es-.  tahfislja strong Republic and" return to Paris,  betrayed in every debate a ts hatred' of the  Red6.-sil en o ed Gar i b alrl I, ,hp oted;V"ic to r, Hu go;  re fused a:. lieariiig to Delescluz% -and by ad vo-  citing a removal to Fontaineblean:betrayed  at once its fear and its dislike of Paris.   Th������s  filled: the ��������� cop ; to.: overflowing. '; Byen the  wo ������ nfl ed Vnrii ty of ��������� -Paris could not deepen  tbe fanaticism;;of the;workmen; Auti the, ".Ih--  iernationals J,i could .and did appeal to the  ".ibsults offered to Pails, the elder; sister of  France," -to break the opposition the Respect;-  a'iil ea -riii^ b t otherwise h ave com men ced .-���������  *Even tne ;Reap e ctab'les:: felt: t li is' appeal, an d  with more ��������� th an ���������Roman van i ty dec,l ared they  would as soo n; be governed by onvriers as; by  poysans.   Those.:X^es*pectabies, always; cow-  ara ly in civil com mo f ion till roused lieyond  emluraisce, were too angry with :the Assembly  1 obki.ng, hal f-fed workmen, * denies perhaps  :trulyrany,wish'.for blood ; but it had loosed  the wild beast, arid did not even dare -to  scold ,it when btt.'  A. ��������� French = cro>yd, p ai*-'  ticularly when swollen by mutinous, soldiers,  who fight with their necks in a rope, is always  bloodthirsty.   The first day of insurrection  was marked by two atrocious acts of a^sas  si nation, the deliberate murders by musketry  of General Leeompte, who was trying to do  his duty, and of General Clement Thomas, a  consistent ' Republican;:, the;. two. following  days by murders of the police agents of the  Empire ; and Wednesday by. a mass,we,.of  unarmed ReBpectables, marching down the  Rue dei.la;,Paix in peaceful demonstration  that Paris did not; sanction tie acts of;-the  Co ni mitt ee;  It ia. stated :i that th e tnassac re  was preceded by a scuffle; but^it is almost:be-  y'ohd doubt that.,,the.. Red Battalions: drawn  across, the Place Yen do me gave way to. tbe  pressure of:the crowd, and the muti n bus.sol-  diei'y in the second rank, fearing: treachery,  th at is,' p unish me n t from-.- the: ^1 aw j fi red, in;  order to comrini-the whole party to resiatance  a on traitce.   ; The Committee. feebiy :;apoio-  gized' for ' the : murders/while. disclaiming  th em ; . th e' ���������" G en bral s;' wh o are taking co n ?  trol of their, body, witli,the Franep-American  Cl use re t; a man ap p are ri tl y h ai"d 1 y .;��������� s an e\ 'b ti t  BUSINESS ^NOTICES.  Travellers'are al ways: 11 able to surl dep '���������' aitefekg 4of  Dyaen tery and:Choiera^MorbuSi and thesevoccurrlng  when absent from hope, ore very .unpleasant.. Tli������  1JAIN {CILIiElv ihay; iii ways j he- rel led- npop in such  cases. As soon as-yon feeUhe.igyrapioms, iake.Owo  toaspoonfuj in a gill of new. milk' and riiolaisaesanil  ��������� agill ol' hot \valer,: stir Ayell together apd ^Vrink hot.  Repeat.; the. .dose ..'every: hour. ^uhtil relieved.;������������������. It. tp.&���������  pains.be: severe, bathe the bowels and; bacl^with th;a  ���������ineiUeine-'Clear. ''��������� . "������������������ oA ]��������� y ,t - - ., W>*< J ,;;; ���������  '-.: In cas������������s of 4 sthiha' a nd Pii tiisi3,:': take a^tejispoon*  fu 1 i a a gil lot' hot"' water:',Vw fce'Ceiiud. well' w i th; "m 0-  lasses; also bathe -the throat. ahdlrstomach- faithfully,  with the medicine; clear,.,. ;    '. . ; f y A ,,  .;.; Or S woe t say si 11 ^kes ou t the aorencss: ��������� in cases of  hone^etUnglaBtortlian any thing: lie^everjappUexl!; Ay  -.'Fishermen,'so-ofteit exposed to hurts, hy having  :their.skins1 pierced with liooksarid;iInsJoT'flsh;:canvb������*  relieved. by bathing with, tbe'jPain ;KUUr ras?soon'-^aa  the aocident occurs ;.; in this vway the��������� anguish ia  sOon:-abated j bathe as often 'aa-'once in five; 'nifnntes,  say.c.lireo or i'ojir times,,H������ihd;'you.\viil/seldom ^havo  any trouble.. The hit������s and; scratches Of dogs' and  cais ace soon ciireU. by; bathjiik Avithvthe-Pain Iviller  clear.-.   ... . ,;    ,   ...     ^   ,...,-,.. myOilrn '  gradiiii^ly rentmed tl)eir civilian '1 ife, leavirig  tie iRepub 1 ic to :.take,: care of itself. ,  At ^letlgth. the. itdrni burst, y },[. Thiersi'is-  suefi'on Friday,; the.'17th, a menacing, pjoela-  ination,; tell ing the Red ^Battal ibns.^at^th^y  invtit surrend er tbeir cannon or he wou 1 d take  them, and ordered General Vinoy toattaok.  General '.VinoyV an old-and good soldier, but  with SO' hold over: the pe0pie. -,had under hip  cfttniuand- some 40500(Hmen,- balf 0f fchr������m 1 in/.'.s.  men-^who had been garrisoned in Paris before Sedan, and bad been penetrated -by its  magnetic charm���������half of 'them ;a scratch lot,  r41ics -of Fatdherbe's and Chanzy's armies,  with lie officers whom they knew, and with  memories of incessant defeat.: They obeyed  or(1 eis, %owever, and with' the   gendarmie  marched  on ��������� the artillery parks, and according to : the 'best acco u n ts 0 c c up i e d the m, the  Re3 ^Battal i 0 n s re treat i ng 0 v mixi n g w i fib th e  Liae.    Then,  however, their fidelity gave  way. ' Tem p ted. as th ey :h ad been all d n ri ng  the siege, by the 'leaders -of the workmen,  burning with. that.hatred of their  officers  which for years seems :to have been the evil  of al I' Fren ch mi 1 i tary 1 i fe ,-su rro un d e d "by th e  women they live with beseeching them not to  fire, anfi cowed by that tradition of revolution  which floats in-the air of Paris, they gave up  all discipline, fraternized^with the Reds, and,  we fear, gave vent to their maligpity towards  tlie officers.   General Vinoy, fearing the contagion, -drew his reinainiog  troops-out ot  Paris ; 4he Ministers fled to Versailles ; the  only men among the Reds with a trace of  politicalrearnestness, the workmen, seized the  Government by occupying the 'Ministries and  tlie Hotel de Ville, and government of any  kind ceased in Paris.   Assi, the agent of the  International Workmen's Association, and a  man of -gceat euergy and-some ability, was,  with his iriends of the Central Commit lee,  probably iri earnest, really meant the Republic of 173:3, and in his utter ignorance imagined that France would either follow Paris or  ���������allow it to declare itself a Tree city like Hamburg, witih a-separate and sovereign municipality of its own.   This is tlie latest idea revealed m all the proclamations of the Committee, tn its official utterances through the  .Journal Officiel, which it has seized, aud in  and its agents to care to defend either, and >M!- &l^ms:^f ^>il^r^ide: his^Lyons pro^  jecfejibr the reconstructioir^ of tbe Armyr~at  theirdiead, defend thet slaughter as in^yjtable,  and^6arabetta7s mbHtener^tic^sbldler^en^  G re in er, th e:'{bandso m e b py " w ho won ;Nui ts,  has,'We regret1 to see," accepted^a:conimand:at;  the^ ;hand? .of. th e:; Com mi ttee;; and holds; the^  Paris ;fprts.. The -Moderate battali6.risf-roused  by the-toassacres. Iivtve sprung to arms; b 111  th ey' h ave n 0 1 e ad er, ii nless A d m i ral - Saisset,  who is nominally their commander-in-chief,  shoul d succeed in -introducing discipline; the  ited; Battalions are ^made energetic by their  veryxrimes, and up to Friday night there  was n 0 sign <of any th i n g bu t i n c reas irig a n-  archy, the fattest incident having beea;.the  surrender Of Vincennes "by the demoraliseid  sol d iery.   Th e ai in I es s, p u r p oseless, sense! ess  revolt is still triumphant,  Meanwhile, what is the legitimate Government doing at Versailles?. It is acting sensibly, but weakly.   It Thiers has cutoff the  communication.with the provinces, has en-  ca m ped t h e tr 0 ops wh 0 re tr eated fro ni Paris  round Versailles, and is summoning troops  fro m ft ��������� d is tanee, ;more esnecial ly Cba re 11e, the  Papal 35ouave .to -whom Gam be tta gave a general rs commission, and who is. probably the  bravest man in Prance, with his Bretons,-who  do notspeak French ; and professes full confidence in his own ability to restore or*l������*tv  a confidence just or silly,:according to the  degree in which 'he can reii>spir������> the troops  with a ������euse 0f mi 1 itary h0nor.   For th������ rest;  he temporizes and waits, loses bis control  over the Assembly, and asks the Communal  Council be conceded to Paris,���������a just concession, pediops, when order has been restored,  1mt hiadness now.   He suffers Ju t es Pnvve to  read letters from Count Bismark threatening  to destroy Paris unless order is restored, and  to follow the reading by a hint that such  menaces are only intended  lo  terrify; aud  allows the Assembly to justify the worst fears  of the Parisians by omittingil Vive la Ropub-  lique" from ita decrees.   He may 'be wise;  but he is weak, and but for a piece of undeserved fortune he might yet be compelled to  the crowning humiliation of'cnlfing in foreign  aid to hold down the capital of his country.  If Lyons bea-s bis agents, all is lost; but Lyons is held by one of GumbettaJs nominees.  who. not 'being at heart- a Monarchist and in  seeming a Republican, has the courage of his  opinions, and in a short stern order of tie  day offers to anarchists the alternatives of  order or summary execution.   M. Valentin's  decipion may, or may not, save France, but it  is becoming only too clear that she needs a  man to make the (Republicimarch, and thai  the man  must not be an Odeanist civilian  of seventy-four.   If Gambctta wera hui well  Sliee taitdi GastlrdiiS tqyes  % LL.TOBBTNO- WORK' INrTlHf COPPER,Shoet  J3L Iron, % i 11 c and .������������������ Ii ea d ?i pi ng,-; ia t tend e d t d;W Uh  jjromptnessl and; -war rail to u to/  fact mi;:;; 'AA���������T-:'AAA'--':.''! A "������������������' A:[ :'������������������  Har<i^ami Iron:  promptness,, and; -war rail to U to/ give catiro.". satia  tUct-on. ��������� ��������� ".* -     'y  'A.   '''���������-    ': -'      ��������� *   '  HARNESS,'; /Etc.,;;;;  . .." .���������"' yc ^/io'E.SALB. ���������yA.  ��������� B. PEARSON: ifc BROS.-,���������'--'.;-  BARKRKV[lXEViKli;;QUK8SKr.MO������tlT. ''_'���������'.  Van VolkenhTirgh. &: Co.  BARKERVILLE,  ICHFIEUD  E.  A SUPPLY;OF THE. ':,-���������  BEST QU4LITY OF FEESH lEAf  ALWAYS ON HANI).  menaces just summing to ktieg up irritation?  -especially among the wretches, ^either work- j&s demand for the independent Commune.���������  ^aen nor politician^ who ure always tr^lBig to Nhe Committee, composed mainly of haggard-1 and in Versailles  LE   STORE,  LlCIHTNIXO CitEKK.    '  MINRRS AND TTCAPERS \n]!.flnd  it to their ad  vantdgotop������rchasoattlijsrftore,whero there 1  Of ihevcrybcFt dasoriptionou hand,and tho Steele  co uata u tl y r opl en Is h 0 d h y u c w a. rrt va! s. Th op ropr to*  tors wilisell Goods  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN  CAEIBOO.  OrderspromptIyfiLIe<ltaad forwarded with dispatch  Van Winkle,  BBEDY & L1KDHAHD,  Vropriet ors  Dissolution of Partner ship  r\V$.% Film OF WELCH k LATHAM'IS THIS DAY  JL    dissolvod hy nmtuai C������Jist*nt,  All  debts'will  ho collected aud  paid  by T������Yni,  Welob. 1  WM. WELCH.  TE0S. LATHAW,  Qursuelmootti, April 10, IST1. a^s| tin   -  t  i-  <���������  - f  .* .  l. ���������  ��������� 1A  '.i .;  ��������� :  ��������� 1  A A :  ���������:   ���������>���������  .-v "       '���������  ���������' i'   1  i    .  ���������   * U���������'.3 caii i^cii'jSi-5.".-iii^;..J3'>t��������� i ^:'t^:-i-i.>>  fHE CARIBOO SENTINEL  saa^  SAT UK DAY; Ai A r^j 3. IS71.  REGISTRATION, * r' W   ' \  ��������� We pufetisfc.to-day* fori the Informatibn of  all concerned, a brief.;��������� synopsis of the new  llegistration/Act.;/The; Act Jt^lf contains  ffty-aeven '��������� sections,   occupying   With ; tbe<  schedule no less than eighteen: pages of the  ���������GovernmentGazette; and we have no hes*i-  .tatfon la characterizing it as one of the most  Abstruse and ambiguous, pieces of hasty and  in*ebhBldered.)egislalion that could possibly  \bave been frw������efl./; Itjs full of; errors, contradiction s and absurdities ; and though Mr  .Attorney General Bbiiippo by the; mass of  legislation wbich/be;manag%l to; cpncocfcin -a  ifetv d ays 1) as Suo w n hi m se 1f 'fo "be rein ar kabl y  industrious, if he bad framed the present A;ct  p * for the purpose of erieourail n g li ligation an d  'li 'disfranchising^^  ^scarcely have ^beetf more successful. - The  ' ��������� <Conatitution Act and the rmmerons appends  :^ges 4Y:ereJ however, passed through in-sitclr  ; ^, hiirry. tlytt members could /scarcely be ejc-  /fiected;to have giv<in, them*tbe necessary con-  Bideralfbhr  Though in committee.on the Act  yw&i&pe: now review i ng a -good ma ny amen d-  ��������� snentsi were proposed^i to tneternisoflqnali  ^fication,;nl������mber9 appear to have overlooked  ihe principal absurdities, which it requires  ( *we admits a carefnV.pernsa;! to detect. fl.aw>  <ever, ������we would; wish to impress npen every  .   *>rje ithe  urgent   necessity   of   regij*terinK.-  ^aUbough th������,jaw may have Us defect?. At no  iirae in the history of theixcr������lony ..hag tlie im>  ^ortiibce of ^returning good ,men from the'  niainland';befttt soVknperatlv.e as'jt^ill be atj-  -ihe next ^election;   ^lie^mainland sends t-b.ii>,  /teen .members put ������f the^twent^rfivef Uiree; of  "whom are to foe Atom Cariboo;: and as, they  cc^titute a'ibare majority;>it is essenfijtl th������t  .Jtbeutmost discretion should'be esei'oised in  .-their selection. ^Upon the 'first 'Leglslalive!  *���������' Assemliiy iiudef our new'. Responsible (Gov;..  ������rrim eni: Co nst i tu t ion wi 11 dey ol ve.. ser io us  duties, among which the amendment of some  ��������� ^xisyn^lawSj^nchNas the^Registration ;Act  and the^distribution of seats,;will aff()rd-ors  pbrtunity to; the members;:who.; are tp be  $ected next .an t\i mn to.d i6play thei r \ lefrisla-  tive abiiitiesy   Now, if we i n Car i b op' reiim i n  supine and in dififeren t on tiie-subjee t a nd fail  to register. It will afford the best argument to  ���������bur Is] and neigbb ors hi i a vo r ��������� o f their re I a t i ve  Jmpbrtance; and superiority oyer the main-  jatid^a doctrine which we should now. when  . ,we bayeiJie opportunity, do our best to con  troverfc.  .-So again we say to every mancin  Cariboo who values, his own interests and  those;of tbe colony, "Hegister your name as  a voter 1 even if at a ���������tritlirijgr persona Lin convenience."   Ifsyou refuse now to avail your-  Kclveabf the franchise, you need not hereafter  complain  if  obnoxious laws are   left  unamended, or new enactments, even worse, are  ���������fa reed u p o ii y o u,   You wi 11 be only pay in g  the just penalty for your neglect, which when  - to o I ate, perhaps, you wi 11 re^r e t,  -  -' From ������U-quarters we hear great dissatisfaction expressed at being compelled to pay  from fifty to eighty-seven and a half cents for  TcgiH^raiion, and we are decidedly of opinion  th#trQO such charge should be made even for  forms.   Every faci 1 ity shuii 1 d be afforded i n-  fitead of useless impediments being cast in the  ^vny^ -but this grievance is not, however, so  T>ad;a������ is generally represented, as any one  can see who peruses the Act.   The charges  are not made dor registration, but for the  forms and filling up, when required ; if not  required, we can see nothing in the Act imposing any charge whatever.   A certain application, accompanied by a declaration, both  In writing, must be made according to the  forms numbered 3 and 4. " or to that effect."  Those who buy either or both of those forms  from tho collector must pay for them at the  rate of 25 cents each, and if.they are too lazy  io fill them up themselves the collector wifl  charge 25 cents for filling up lb a one and 12i  cents for filling up the other.   So that matter  stands.       *  Space will not at present admit of our entering into a critical analysis of the Act;  .suffice it to say that we consider the law,  however well adapted it might be to a thickly  settled community, entirely unsuited to this  colony. We have described it as abstruse  and ambiguous, full of errors, contradictions  and .absurdities, and we shall endeavor hereafter to maintain the correctness of our assertions. However, if the law be faulty, two  wrongs can never make a right; and no man  Entitled to registration who fails to enrol hh  n&iQa cdu offer thu es & valid excuse. i  Express ;MbvKMRXTs^~Both expresses arrived early last; Saturday and left on Sunday  !ffi'o:raing- 3y Barnard'sy Mr AJi &Meaobam  was ^passenger to Barkervillei ahd; eight par-\  ties to: Qtiesri el mouthy   By Johbsbnsr Maiy  Diiprat ^ame to Barkervil leT Messrs. X Kelly,  George';Dougbierty, \V. Turner, A-.:- Hamjl ton;  S. B. II amil to n. an d A. Di ck to Van wi nkl :���������,  Mr Baker to <Qu esn el m on th, Mr-J. R. A d ams  to Soda creejk, and Hop Lee to CIinton.   On  th e; do wn tiip by Bar hard .Rev .J, Rey n jj rd  and Mr J. ���������Goo^feiiow left for Yale, ;and Mr^s  Nenfeld������ri Messrs. A. McPberson, John McLean and J. P. :T ay lor for Quespelmouti).  By  Jo h nson, Go Id ;Coro m issio her Bal 1, Messrs,  Wm. Sterjihg and A.: Harper for Quesnel���������  mpUth.: ; ������������������'��������� Ay        '"���������'. '^A'.-       -     ���������  ''r'Ay x ' ' ': ������������������  , VAvUB of MiNrxG^LAJj^���������Claims on Lig��������� H  nihtr; creek,- are going hp������st*vera i., i11tarests in  both ;;��������� paying and -unp ros p ected com pa n i < ;s  ha v i ng ' la te I y c ha iig ed: Imn ds a t i m pr< > v v d f  rates. A hatpjhterest (one-twpntie th -of this [  cl aim) ii i the Soti th Wales was so 1 d th is wee k :  for:'$2500,:/-'--::.^ "'..  '" *. :':  . : '   ' V. \   -A ; ���������',  NEW;. ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������JET-*-.auivkjiiiiiij ci V>y.9  Tl  8 BOW^HirRClL YARD, LONDON.  J. F,:."TXJt?.TTEK. :ife G������      aaaa'y^CTOSU,:^--: '';&;,"  ^^ Goods bought in the European Markets to'order, and coasi^nmeaU of Qoodk fxom  British Columbia: sold in London.  ��������� G5  ... y     .,. ., ... .,.^^^.^ ^.^ jj QEg;;   j N . . ; ' ;-.'  LONDON���������London arid Westminster Bank, Lothburjr. .  ���������"���������'���������Wess'rs. Copostake. Moore & Co., 6 Bow Church Yard,  VrOTOttlA-Bahk of British North America. , .  Biy6 Cfsi  ysieian  ���������yywh  AnmA&ov&imsmm*  ���������;ri:-.  i,o  ���������;-..:���������...������������������.������������������ '^g-t*ce:-...-:.,.-'..-  THR^UNnKKSlGSED -BEING ABOUT TpAotX)^  vthfir busin?.*=?. r quf.f--t.all ip-'.rti**s wUihttta to  tl i em 'by ' y oitfH'. <���������r: Book;: Accc u ii ts, to W ulcc '.iminetliVt to  payment.of the.same.' , '���������"���������":������������������.������,.  , .LAMBERT; &BISSONNEJTR  .- ...    - ���������'-.-: .. ."��������� ���������:���������.,   ���������   ,-Bcirkcn-ilU\ HO.  Way 12; \871 "   '     : . ���������  n>yl?.lm :  ; .]>���������:.y: ms&m&; .A  TQSEPn VWOLF; ago 36; who I*ft-Maina iul85^-  O    Vt. rt'icuI: rs. r- sp?ctiug .the, SJJi J Joseph " W< j��������� will  lye'.'ihfi'nfci ully-'rf'cV'ivmi-"* ni* h'Tvr'nr*&l to his j:ar: nts  "l������y* A "'A T'HE;:STIPKKP1ARV MAOI^TRATK;   ,  my 131 ra". '��������������������������������������������� .   VjcteriX Vs;i;coiivcr :Islind.  ���������v.- ���������; '���������:. - ,      VICTORIA,  B.C..      -;;'���������' ..  j^TANUFArTURR STKAM ENGINES AND^BOILERS,  ill   either. HsghfTLow-Pr^ssur-?,  WWM AND PUMPIIG lACHISEEYi  Grt'stjjQii irlz nhtl ���������S;i\v Mills,: and in fact i������i^ythiug1.  ' c<; n ti/:c t.ud' wi th "jth'e;.; M qHiio Vu k in ess/ :; 'Sroii u n l-  BnssCfistinus of: ji 11 d escrip tions. On hr������n I nn V It r  Lsal'?, ail i'r^e. use irtmVnt or S" t^at, ';fj i r ahd'.vthe r. Irm,  BniUt 6v*It������? J ;Ck:-.������cr-iw?*, Bri.������s C< ck?,' Ghh<\ Vfrf v-i-������,  C^metpry R^iliuffs of ';ifi ^-'ntf'Pnt-rne. V#r"Whs Is  wi tii Iron an d. .Stetl AMe's. Steam Pi y e Fi it3! n^ A c. ���������  All or N rs. promptly attuudod to.  Terms Cueh, at  nijr-Works jir.Victoria.' '"*���������'.  ,.-��������� niylS 6m   .,    ' V gPRAfTi &, IRyr G, Proprietors.  LEAVE ,.BAH.  k- rvill-.1.. uiiout ..:tu������  ;2l������t-";M'iy,': 1871; en .a tnur  ���������'.fl'T^ -TQg.h,- vth'tf.'. low ft. 'emu'  '.try','"twelvei.p ;r-ii'/������s there;..  ;.:4-'Valic'a, ol* '���������:lKivfi)ff/'--t|iefr  ���������^uft'iiUw36)i='rto5;^b^v:  ; if. r J ��������� a ny. on.?, Ai ix'i ti ir\ boo  ���������winy: w;ia';es v-hij5:,;servic' a��������� will pK>aso cUl;;at;iiiiic?j-;������FJ  th^y;:'ii������^v-u1������Utjtv-'./;>n'-tXcrena������<5C.or-1).-;U^  .ally'p li\veiT:Vif. ill? w r^t o:mis ii s;-:-..fflJv as-Uohhij;.  Burns ^,iys.'( Tlie hell ;t������ ull .livHs/te.ihii'feavn'siii-in^  tootrtftchy:?>;.���������.But.?ur';iy -tlieniiii'.,r:i-?-tna woi;tM-flat;,  to he working in. col) wat. r,,w it! i ������p I jluvfping  tobtUitoitugitit'nt in^trouhlv) Jitinot iflnningtlK- Ivs'a.-;!',' y:  , > C-H fuia a\\'\ n\yu.\\.\* ..with: th^OS.AKTlFI.crU.  .FIl.Lt.l(5:a't.!y ;ViY������;u .WIii'.'noi:l)e.a*)rjy;; li)r witli���������'���������'��������� x-  pt.rii:dc\'-piui'nciaud"a:n a-y lH������ny%^tio.?w!rr*ms v  ^vc:iMJ.p.lrlVct:'siUiB^:cJ.m.;. <.uq;lurOv;r'^u^'^nt'^'B  to save ;Jill.'Ktn'^ vtd cciiyed ,t':oth l;y.: filling,:' xcrpi in  i<V'i-.e*:or ub.i-.ii.������s(or the tooth:hcS������g.jt������/'Vi^*^viroiu;tiu-  'injuVioiis ;������::tj-eis'"������������f .tKrtM*,',wliioij;;. t--v,n.;c b.jpb,v; ry  m ttiy souiri teoth to Uill rut.; it is a Uurk j-caH in-  ���������cruste-'V ������iv;n"th? t*etli. clrjWitp' tiw* puitik,:>iti|U,y.:,?y  on-fit, ttirh t to I ih v.- j t r:/ ni ov:.jd. by th o 1������:' n i i s? t, ji^' t h r. y  C nl i 'tli^n vko< p their -own- 'tov^h^cl^afi���������\Kjrpimply  using!ii;snft .toirtu hi usj Jin.-t: a:litUa y.-krui--Wii ti.r;,, -..;,- .  ::���������;.. .K'tiiiomh't-'r that.:D,nin,1 .work-Js p^riorni.^i In all its  .brnch'R, mil th'n c,-k5rg".s Vvryr low..-:     '������������������)'���������  ���������OFVICE..-Oppcteito thu Assay .O.ifi6^,;Baricervilie;. ;  COMMPSIO^-STOMGE,  General  aplMf  JAMES  WICKHAM, s  ...������ = -  Barkervil le.  m^ ;iiE;w-;i.jf.,9,  ���������    Importer and Dealer iti;^';  FINE  ^^pw; 8t SoimB^^ Stages  \\J IIJ, 1EAVE  BARKERVILLE;: KVERY WRE������t  o.: ..conuetaiug with1 the  Steamers  at Qumu������1-  m��������� u'lli aii������I Yal������,,with H.Si. MAIL, '������XPR������& and  P^tsaingers ��������� .-';.'��������� '<7. "...   A. '" ���������'���������'..':.- i* '*'*.  FOR YALB & INTERMEDIATE PLACES,^  xpress ������������������ and Stgtge Line  "ST1  CARRIES  1  THE   STEAMER.   VICTORIA  TS NOW:-MAKING-WEEKLY TRIPS FROM SODA  JL CREKK TO COTTON WOOD CAN . ON. conn net i ne  with tho Steamer ENTEKPR1SK for FORT fefiQKtitf  CANYON.      .  "LEAVES SODA CREEK  FRIDAYS   AND   TUESDAYS,  ^LEAVES Qp'ESriEL  SATURDAY   jVIORNINdS.  passage trom Soda Crock to-.Qu������*sne?,... . 'JSB  Freieht   ;**;,;���������''**     ..."'���������.   :-.'    u;      per ton   2U  .Paasage from Quasi)el to TTpper Canyon .........    5  Freight.11 l< u "    per ton-.,.;. SO  t^. Goods stored nt linger end of navigation and  forwarded cither to Giscome Portage ortfatln Lake  *REE OF.CHARGE FOR STORAGE. my 6  ars  "���������H E  A BOV-13- * A RTICl, ES CA N: BEi ,0 BTAIN F.D. I:  and <iii t; ut" U '���������������d, a. i*tlic.������;jli< ;n uf tlie pureli������ Her.  A gc.ii.Vr.tl iissortment of    '     ;'   -.:/::''  ���������'������������������'  ���������   SMOKI N G    A RT I (JLESv "-  USf Or.|er.s from the Upper Country promptly at  ti'aied to.' -   ;-'���������������������������'' -������������������.'���������������������������"''''���������'���������'   ���������  :/   ,;NO. 47 YATES: STREET, ;:.  (Opposite the Rank of Briiish;North America.)  ;��������� "   Victoria, y.i.,; ;.;,.   my6 :Vm ,,  LETTER^, TREASURE, .VALUABLES,   ...���������:.-;���������...,'     . . ,  ;  :..      -VkXPRESSF^  '^:;;A;T;;:-R^p:u:CEP^ -.'  &&*.'.Collectinii^ Commissfons nnfl Oerieml F.xprasa  bu'iiin<?*rfi done wjih-punctuality au\t <iispatch.  J85i^ Oilice'oi the"Csfripoti Ajfency at "'���������'-,  ��������� :    ���������:   > WR DAVIO KURTZ'S STORE,  ; a.i>29." ������������������':������������������;'      -'''"< A:, -.������������������'...:���������.���������.���������'.;;;���������,,. '.iBurkeryiJle,.-..  Store Street (between Herald and Fisgard).  VICTORIA, B.C.; /  ANDREW ASTRICO, -   ���������   -   -   -   -   PROPIUETaii.  J,  J.   ROBERTSON       ^  ,5 EOS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HA3 0PKNED A  AT STANLEY, A . LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Tahle will always he supplieti with the b&M  arl.icles that can be got iu Cariboo, and the Bar with  the ��������� ^ ,. :���������  .-  ��������� -.....:  Finest Wines,   Liquors  and Cigars. ~  . Stanley (Mouth Last Chance Creek,) |  .    April ������0,1871, .-'j ap'22  VTOTICEIS.HERE15Y GIVEN THAT ANY PERSON  ii    or persons found de^troyinK or <laina#ing tlie  Telegraph Poles <>r Wires will "be prosecuted; with the  utmost rigor of the law.  By command,  B. W. PEAR.SG,  ���������  Lands and Works Department,  Feb. ttth, 1371. .' mhlS  ���������Tho most -commodious aud clean Hotel in Victoria;  Itisctmducte<l (������n the Eur"P'jan principle?.   The table  is supjdio i with thw-vvry biKt the market_nWords..  '��������� .Mual8.iit all hours of tlio day,    Private Dining  Itooais lor Families.  Board and  Lo.igiug pnr- wcr^k, $5M. and $6 f)0.  Per day,   SI. 'Sinjtrta men If ,>.: 37 }������ cents.   liedn, &0e.  >&&" Fire proof Sale In tijg-lit-use. .niyfl tim  a; gulmore.  Billiard & Dancing Saloon  ,.-. *  mim PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EXISTING BK-  1 tween W. W. Dndd arid J, Z. Hough has to-day  expired hy limitation. The business will bo carried  on .hereafter by,  who has purchased the promisee, and bcjjs to thunk  his frieu .sand the puhiic for tho pa ire nag e bestowed  <m the late firm,*a continuance of which ho will  u\ways use his bvst endeavors to merit.  J  Robertson   Stewart,  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  WHARF-STREET,     -       -     -.     -      VICTORIA,  Agent for   British   Columbia.  A supply of #, 1 and 1% fcicfo Otrtridges, Caps  and Fuse always kept on hand. iriy7 Urn  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIAv V.I  AB ON HANI), AND IS CONST.ANTLV rwcohW a  l?ir������e !'^ort)V.',nt nf CLOTHS, CAHSIS1ERK8  and VE.STINGS, which he is prepared to niaku to  jowlerin tiio most approved styW,  Ayq kept in th������ Bar  THAT CAN BE PROCURED IN CARIBOO.  BarlccrviJle, April 12tb, 1871. ;     np2'2  $@f Parlies rm   William   'reels  enn  have  measures taken by Mr AlcCallum, Barkerviilc.  their  %3~ All orders from Carihno prptapUy attended to.  my 61m  AGENTS FOR  The Royal Insurance Co.,  WHARF STREET, VICTORIA,  r.L  MAYOU & CO.,  ;   Wholesale Dealers in  G-roceries, Provisions,  Liquors, Havana Cigars,  ASB FRENCH PBESEEM    '  YATES  o i U&u i. i  ir.vR^ai  VICTORIA.  B.C.  Express Line  of Stages.  rp'IB COACHES OF THIS LINE ARE NOW making  REGULAR WEEKLY TRIPS,'  Carrying Barnard's Express?: Pausesgers and Freight,  making close conuectiouB witu Steamers at each vnd.  BARNARD'S  BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS,  In cimuuction with WELLS, FARGO & CO., forwards  FREIGHT, PACKAGES, PARCELS. LETTERS,  TREASURE, COLLECTIONS, COMMISSIONS.  And tran/ac'.H General Express hmdnoss with Puac-  tunliiy and dtepudi,  Pp^ * r. J. IttRKAEB.  r :\  m  I  i  I aa  THggA^oag.EipjyF,L  ^     SATCROAT/M AY 13. 1871.  MINING: INTELLIGENCE.  - *   ''.'��������� t W1TXTAM CIWRK.     .  A* 1 the deep .cl aims/above ���������Cameron ton cnf -  tln'tie Idle and ; will be till tbe water in the  ���������drain subsides. The. Forest TJose co. have  got their en ^iue fair I y started *nd commenced  working two drifts. Last week with one gin ft  tbey took out 40 oz. The Ballarat cb."aw  clearing out; their ditch, and iu a few days  wil I have rbotfa- their wheels at -work.: Last  .week, not working half time, tbey bad 20 oz.  There is too nmtfb snow 'still for anything, be  log; done, in the open claims above the can-.  yon, but several'of the companies are making  preparations to start at earliest opportunity.  The Chinese company in the canyon have  commenced .ground-sluicing at lower end.  ��������� ���������   sf ours GUnon.  The Golden Hope co. h aye/fixed their flume  and commenced;grbund-sluici kg*. , i  *': ':;; "-^LIGiiTNlKG CnBEK.//" V/.'  The South Wales co. are ^ttf rig fri to/bet for-  pay a 8 th ey a d va n ce ; 1 ast: wet*k t h ey wash ed  ..'���������������73 o z, . .The Sprung co." last week washed fi6  \ IpiA ;^Th<*:'-'Iiicfh.tatrig^coiliave/. gtit .^tarfed -in  'their���������';' new' Mi aft hut have not gotmuclii^ay  yet. /.Xb^ Point co/are prepannx^tp p������t *tip  machjrier^Y; Th^ in.  a large/ Rum e au d wi 1 j at ar t th eir pi i m ps in a  "f;������w da ys.   Th ft Vict ona. co. a re s j ii k in"%.;; t h ey  have gofc.-fi ne i'mri mach'iriery fro hi the A"lbjon  .vlrnlv"'..V.orkstjj.Victoria./:;ji'be: Vaticoitver :co!  '; a re run ni ri ������"��������� alle a d and ��������� -r aisi n or i n' t h el r d riff,  arid  are very'.sanguine rib nut striking: the  c h a n nel so on. : 'Every one, is I o oki ng fo r<wri r d  - e?c*erly to ; the restdt.    The Clai^ co. are  . get It riiy i n to 'better pay and a p pearariees are  '' fay or a' bl e.   Th e! G I ad si o n e c p'. are 'fi-xi \ig t he:\ r  ' w iiclii riery. pu ttjnor i n elevators/, a nd sjetting;  * 'the irflu me an O i tch in o\i\ er.'."- lit wi I.!. P rob...  ������bly takethem. about ten days to gel/sia rted -..  Next to. .the Va neon ver. t\\vy: stand the best  <>h a h ce: :- o f tes tine the fl ee p cKa n nel bet w ������ en;  " Vanwitfkle  and  Anderson^emek ;;in a short  t ] n i p.". '��������� Th o Wa t er * L i \y ,oo.-' ha v e goi Jura ber  sawed; for: sin king- a .shaft:: yy. y. \ ���������_���������,.',.' .; ,;  V i';'\;'ANn'RaSON\,CRR;Kiv,''! :-.���������'���������-���������''" '*.y, A-'  The "El even of Enirla nd co. are now. /drift-.  sti b mi t ted to tlie .Sen ate, The n lem be rs.. of the  Cotnnnssjon, ,h<������wever, reftise to disclose an v  points of the treaty.:  'At New Orjeans gren t{ damtijre was bfing-  siist aijied tlirnt igli: ttn . uiu ii i (1 a ti on f r inn i h e  Mississippi. There; were, several large cret-  assesitt tlie banks.   ....;..������������������   ���������;;.;' A./���������������������������:.  DOMINION NEWS,  6 In fhe Est i m a tes. si i b ml tied top r rl j am e n i  the sum of-$270,000 appears for surreys to b������'  undertaken at once for the Pacific 'Rail way.  It is understood that thri first ohject will be  to explore the country wi'St of ilie Rocky  Moo n t ai ns. w i th 11 le ��������� v i e wof h ica 1 i ��������� uj������ i he r o ti t e  of the sec11oa i ro m ill*l Pitcific wi i iiout deiny,  a ii d t ha t su r r eyb rs. wi ti b ������ d i #p'u t ciied i m m < '-  diat el y to I his coast, so we it ay look for I heir  arrival perhaps tim month.  Sir George E. Ca rtier a nnon n ced that the  iCanadian GovernsHtent had always <contem-  p i a te d th a t 1 h e Can iid ia ri .Hac ific Rail w ay  would.be constructed by private companies  ahd not undertakeii.a?,a Govei:ninent work,  but th at t he Govern m e n t wot tl d sub ni i t h  scheme for' assisting ��������� a,, private com pany to  b u i 1 d the road. -.-.������������������ It is: u n d ere i o o d fro l n wh a t  tran sp i red A a ring the d ������ b ales. on t lie Co iffe.d :���������  e ration resolu tio'ii s th a 11 h e. sc hem o, is 16 ,gra n l,  la n d s an d a m' o n ey..,. bo n u s���������p rob a bIy, 6 (ty  mi 11 ions acres of -la n d a n d a b e n������s <> f SI 0.00 0  per inile. upon which terms it ia t hbugh t tere  won Id sbe ri 6d i Sen 1 ty /{it getli ng capitalists  to undertHke the work. .  ������BBgg^aa&aa������gj^^^  be, pa?d 11 ic sums fixed in ������aid tab 1 e of fees,  and lie may also he required to serve any  i \iA ices 6 f p\' j ec i io ns by a ny pur I y re q ii i r-i n g  the same to he seryed,; on payment pi the  an j o ii a t p rescrib ed in i h e s Is i d t a b leo f fees. -  REGISTRATION  V. CONDENSED  ���������'    ��������� VISIONS.,:.::������������������  OF   VOTERS7   ACT���������  SUMMARY  OF. PRO-  )hm both  for,>the Lightning and ���������:Aiidersph  .���������'Chuhn^l������.^Vv:.*/r:'"t^r-.rr."^-^"; A,A (,.l^-y ���������.  PAVIS CU15KK,      . ';;������������������',  fhe Amalgamated cp. awtnaking about  wages. ''':     ���������        ���������''���������,���������.���������--  LOWHKK CKKKK.  The B rb.wn co.- cont inite to average abbu t  ^0 oz. per week.,  y'. VALLKY MOUNTAIN.  The Discovery-ca. have beertvgeUmg.'ready  ;to, work foi1 ajwn e time and ������ re now -about  ��������� atariin\������ to wash.   In the conrse of a few days  th������>y expect to have sufficient water to .work  their hydraulic pipe.  ,    ������������������  'GENERAL NEWS.  Tlie latest.'European dates by telegraph are  np  to A pri! : 25th.   For  the previona week  the civil, war between  the Communists in  Paris and the troops of the Assembly at Ver-  HailleH bus continued incessant,  but-en  the  25th ti rin g \v as suspended in  the e ve iii ng, a  temporary anuiat ice Ira ring been a i-ranged.  but the insurgentft continued building barricades i n i he s tree is and  genera I ly fortifying  their position.   .Forcsome days previous desperate house to lionse.flghling'hiid been goinpr  on in the suburbs aud shellsJnul been falling  thick in Paris itself.. The destruction of prop",  ftly  has been enormnuR and  the sinn*hter  fearful    Man v. civilians bad beea kill^l- ���������  The Communists are m variance among them-  selves.   Several of their ofticers had been arrested and some battalions of the National  Guard wtre.beconiing mutinous,  'The  ifffrc  '���������"���������/=���������'��������� QUALIFlCATtOXS.  AW rvoters and : canrlidalies must b^ registered. JNo/fflirilater of any religious denpthiR-  kti^o can >b e el e c t e d i o the Legji si at i iij&j-. and  vii () j iid ii e: of; Jjfli e Sup rem e or ,.Co u n I y Co i iris.  no Si i pendinry 'Maglst ra te. Con slab 1 e, Police  or ftetnrnia������ Officer can. ���������'v o te ; ,n a perso n ;cs������ n  l>e elect ed a in em b e r ��������� who has not resided ���������: i n  the colony for one year previous to his elec-  ?ion.^"-:'.:- .'.":- :';������������������"] ];. .AAAA^:A '"^'"K;V.V''- ������������������'���������  To entitle a>voter to registration, -he wns.t  be * in������1 e' Bntis b * en 1 > j ^ c t' b y b \ vi\\ or n a t-tt ra I:  izatipn, able to read/ EnffHsli, or. If born a  13ritis!i subject,".iiie. I-an&\iasle pf:��������� his co?V111,ry.  ��������� wtio haa cesiderl- i a the co 1 o ny six: rriphiha a iid  possesse?i a ny of the.:fo I lowing q rial ifical tonfe :  VJU; Possessiijig ^av^/r.ej$lm]ii.cMLat6 W.l.thiu the,  electbfm1 dislrict of the c 1 ear vnIne,of $250.  ab o ve al I ch a rges a n d. i u c u m b i'ai i ces.  2. Possessing a leasehold estate of the-an/  nual valuerof $40 above all charges ami in-'  cumbranceSk *  3. Jieihg a householder occupying any  premises unbuilding of the clear annual value  of $40.   ;'  4. -Paying'for lodging $40 annually.      A  5 Paying for board and-lodging $200 annually.  6. II o U1 i ng a- p re-em p t i on- cl* i m o f n o 11 es s  than $100 acres.  7. Holding a tree miner's certificate upon  which a claim hasibefn iluly-recordeo1.  All the al������ove-<iuarifieatiuiis are applicable  only to the^ elector;*I district in which the  party-claims to be registered.; ������������������������tifl.all rates  and taxes oilier than uiunic pal. which, are  t ti ree m o n i lis (Kt e audi u i v e a ec ri wnl since the  passage of the Act, must he paid.  ���������No. n a tu ra bbo r n Br i ti.* h subjec t! w ho,hm re  nounced his ftllegiance, or sworn allegiance  to or become the ciitK^n of any Ibreign .'statt*,  shall be en t,i t.t pd t o b e r **# is i eivd ,ii n J ess He  Ming  shall have firat taken and signed the folio wing  oath of allegiance before settle Judge of the  Supreme or County Court, Magistrate or Justice of the Peace in this colony :  " I do swear that I will be hufhfuland be������t*  true aMegianoc'tn her jMajesiy Queen Victoria,  her heirs and nuccusftbra according to law.���������  So help me Gdd."  jbit any:person authorized by* law to make  a solemn  aflirmutiou   in*l<������a<l  ������F taking an  mficent Arch of triumph, which escaped the��������� oatli  may do so, ami the with or Hfliinianon  fire,or the German besieging army, has been  *><���������**>������ signed by the officer .More, whom it i.-  destroyed, whether by the fir������ of the Ver- made shall behanded to-tin* .party making-it  sailles batteries or. a- mine constructed' by ..the  insurgents is .not-known.   The torts on.the  North and East of Paris are still retained by  the Prussians, who  permit ���������the Government  1. roo ps  to  place  b at t e ri es  b e t wee it t h e f o rta  but fire on the insurgents if they approach,���������  Possession of these forts wilhhe retained till  the treaty of peace is finally concluded.   The  conference on that subject"is. still sitting at  Brussels. The insurrection in Algeria con-  tomes alarming.   It is in imitation of Paris.  From Washington we learn that the Joint  High Commission have, got through their  labors sooner than expected, and adjourned  on April 28th, but were to meet agaiifon May  3d to consider some minor details, prior to  the final dissolution of the Commission. Jt is  thought that the general principles of settle-  went have been agreed upon, and that the  mode of settlement of the fishery question, the  navigation of the St. Lawrence, the Alabama  waims and the San Juan boundary arbitra- j  OBJECTION'S AND.KBVISIO-V.  v TJie Co I lector shkl 1;on or'-be 16re 20tti' Jti ne  in a k e <������u t; a 1 i st, of a 1.1 : p e rsous ��������� who !i a v e  c 1 a i i n ed; t o b e n ������giste red .adding 'r o'bj ec ted'5  to thh^name of any parly who he has reasonable, grounds, to believe is not duly qtiali&ed.  and shall keep Ja copy 'of same ;for perusal  wi I li ou I (ee fo r, 14 d a y s, ia n d a n y p e ran n wh ose  name shall have been ;i user led irk* ihe list jn ay  * fajeei t o a n y o tbfr. perso 11 as; not; being en -  titled by giving or causing jo- be given to the  collector, on,or before 15th July, a notice according to the form numbered frin the schedule, ii i g n e d by h iriise If or some, on eId u 1 y aii.  ihorized by him on his behalf, and further  g j y i ng o r -e a usi ng to; be le f-t; at the pi a ee ti'  abode (if the ,perso n so o bject ed to a * riot i ce  according to tbe form iiumbered 7 in the  schedtrle.'.'       ., ��������� /' ������������������ y      '��������� ':��������� '#..  The Collector fi'hali on or before 23d July  deliver to the Registrar a.copy,.of the list of  voters made out by him, and a copy oi* ������he  list Of persons objected to.   *  The Registrar shall between the IOth August and. last of,,September, ma&e ;a circuit  and hold^open "Conrls of Revision nI the  var io us p ol 1 in g p 1 a ces for.. ea.c h , d is tr let or  (1 ivision .-and at any :.o theft pin ces swiiJeh h e  sh a It t h i n k ex p ed. ien t,~ at w 11 icl) Con rts ey i-  <ience ;will be taken in resp(*ct to objactions;  T11e Registritr m ay a 1 so> require any voter to  appear and prove his qiialitication.,' and any  ;claiman t'.-��������� niay Ahe reqmired by Any other per-  son whose'iiamC: is on the^^ list or by the Regis.  trar, to prnve that at t-lyetiine of holding the  Re vis i ori: Con r t h e i s sti) 1 in pbssessi o n p f th e  qualification for which he has, claimed to be  r egist ere d. - In case o f any prou n d 1 ess, fri voir  oi iso r vex a t';ou s' cl a i m o r o bj ec ti o n bein g at-  'tempted, to, be. sustained, the Registrar may  ordercosts"to be paid the party opposing, the  same-not exceeding, ten dollars. yA.-.-y.  The de/cisiim of Hhe/Regietfar orn. alii claims  : arid - obj ee ti 6 n s sh a 11 b e {fi n al. ait i d 1 h e lists  bavins* been copied.in a book or bobks shall  be delivered: My the /Registrar to; the Returning Ofticer or tlie distfuct on'or bet ore I tifeJL4th  Sentember.''-:and such';;shall I������e -the .register; ol  pei^ohs entitled to vote/fori 'members of the  fj egisi a lure b tf twee n\ t h e 14rih Sep te tube r and  saiiie/date next year./  i:   FORMS ABOVBUKiPKnRKD JO  ���������: ^MV^J.^Tb-'the: Collector of the Electoral  District of./ ". (or.Pollingl)]vision .of the  Electoral District of ;  ���������.)./���������--/.-'-..-:''.���������..'-'  I ; he reb y g i ve you no ti c e t h a 11 cl s i m t o  liave my name inserted in. ihe List of Voters  for the Eh*sii.r.al District of .(or .  I'oUmjr I)i visi-oi of the fliilectoral 'District of  ) in virtue of my having taken out a,  Free Miners certificate this year upon which  a claim to (describe place to which  claim-is made) has been duly recorded at  (wiili:dat-e and number ol record.)  Dated at'. tbis        day of in the  year 187.1. [Siffinui]       CD.  [Cfakitntvf to give his Christian and surname  a t-11UI 1 e n.g t h.: a n d add h is res i d en c e, p ro fes -  sion, trade-or calling.]. ,  It. for ���������-aaiy other ..qualification Ihun a Trei������  mine'*, elaiuva ni must 'describe it Cturectly, ���������������  the freehVtrl [or U-a-ehohl] property I possess  ."'Or'*' lav  M01>K <) P. RK f J1KT11A TION.  Electoral  district and  polling   divisious  having been appointed, each party oiaimimr  to vote shall send in Ids claims to tbe collector  appointed for the nearest pulling place in \Ut*  mine electoral district by giving" or-neiuiio^:  to said collectoron or before ibe -I-OjIi . Jmr������? a  notice signed by liicu of his claini  accoi'iliug  to the form of notice set forth in th;it behait  numbered 3 in  the schedule, or to  lbe  like  effect; and also give or sr'nd therewith a.declaration in the  form  numbered 4 in sak'j  schdule " or ty tbe like effect."  FEKS.  The Collector of every district or polity #  division ef a district shall furnish -������������������ to ?ji|  parties requiring them" the tonus numbers i  3, 4. <> and sevmi in the schedule, for tb y  p ri ces res p e ctf id 1 y G xe4 in the table of f ct a i.  and fehall if required fill up such forms in at ;-  cordance with tht% instructions furnished \���������>i  at ,7''01������*��������� my beiiig a lodijer in ��������� febi* U������������ns������-.  of - si-Miale at "atjd .liavitig pn��������� id for *ucli  lorigings 7itM biss than -Forty Dollars1*; or " of  my h.i\'ins paid for board ami Induing to  iu respect *������f my resbleuci* at not less than  i h e su m of "V wo 11 u n d r< *������lI)o 11 a rs p e r an������i ui n;; * -  or .*��������� ol' my havinir a pi e-e nip tion claim to  iicres (wtoh deseriptinn of -,plac*������."septhm and  range) thiXy recorded at (with number of  da J** of record).  No. 4.���������1 do most, sincerely and solemnly  depUreUhfl! I am po<scs<ed ofthe qnalilicalion  above set tonh, t,o the best of my l<isowb,o,<rH  am) be.l&rl'���������.; tliat I am a Hfiiish born subj^ci  by biri'h. having been  born at (il'.nni by  birth, ebrtmatit tn state liow, when and where  he.beca������ni" Ho) ; thai l have nover renounced  j my alletriiinca ma- taken the oath of allegiance  to any Foreign JState (if such has been the  case. but:claimant hn* since taken the oath of  allegiivnois to her iMujesty, state the fact when,  where and before Whom)-J that T am of fhe  full age-of kl\ years ; Ihut I can read English  (or if a natural born British subject, that I  Can rettd ), ami that J am not disqualified  Lo vote, to the best of my belief, by any law  iiu forw in this colony. r.  WUness . (Signed,)  Nos. 0 and 7 are forms for objections to be  Served oji collector and*claimant* winch are  of no pru'ticular interest till alter 10th June.  TAP- UK ()l? VK Kj* A BO VIA K K1" AIIU K1) TO.  Fur ioruts Nos. 3 or 4,     -   -   25 cents each.  Nos. (J or 7,     -   -   12A   ������  For filling up if required, No. 3, 25    "  >* *<        ������   4, 6 or 7, \%l   "  it  *o������ Till all lift timhrw^"\H one"traaty" t<7bf I hb������ for ffHSnj vp *he tf*i������tf, ior which he s!jgr( I.  Cattle  Akri.vkih-Mr T. Harper arrived  here on Tuesday with a band irf 20 cattle,  %#& Mi apiti for helm m ?bun:d������y,.  Th k Que bn's Birth da y���������It Is full ti me n ow  to be taking some steps in the way of making  arrangements for the proper celebration of  the commg 'annivt*rsary of onv; Sovereign's  birthday.   As yet we have not beard of any  committee being organised, arid;a Theatrical  performance by  the Amateurs/ isrthe only  amusement yet promised.   It is true that the  lateness of the season and tbe great quantity  of snow still lyiug is :likely to operate agalbsfc  getting up races and similar sports in as satii-������  factory a manner as could be"wished, but this  snow micht passibly 1>������, got'altogether out of  oilr Rarkerville streets in the next ten days,  and in ������ny case the/day shonld not fee allowed to pass unhonored by soioyal a community ns the people/of Cariboo, Jet tb������  weather smile on ns or not; ;     "  . .-,-      .   -���������-,- ���������-- .-.��������� ���������>   ���������..-���������'    . *    .; 't ��������� \. j. .     i' -(  Found Goiltt���������^Th the celebrated trial at  San Fran Cisco of M rs V,ai r for t he in nrder of  Mr Crittenden, a verdict of gniltythas at last  been rendered .giving general satisfaction.���������?  The trial las red four, weeks, dining whicjfe  time the Jury were never allowed to separate  b u t,Were taken after po ii r t b oji rs, i n eh a r������e of  a deputy sheriff to visit their: familiea; io: the  theatres and' other/places. A volnminons  correspbmlenceiof the m6st tender descrlption  bet weeh th e prison er and Mr CritteniJen was  read forth e d efen c e with. th e y. j e w_,pf proy ing  that Mrs Fair had become"insane thmugh; be-,  ing ab an d o ned . by C ri tte n a en;- bu t t be ey t-  d e nee: as to li er rati o n al corid n c t in .oth e r  respect������ was.too strong to allow sucli); a/ plea  to "be sustained.' Sentence has beeni post*  p a n ed for a mo n ih- to gi ve prisoner^ counsel  time to toove for a new trial.  Thk Wbatiier in'the eaily part of the week  showed some sym ptoms of sp ring, the:grotind  getting bare Iii exposed places, and on IVed���������  nesday..-there%aB aibritibtions steady fall; of  rain, with the creek rising, but for the last  two days winter appears to hare reasserted  ;i ts sway, it havi ng b een/s ns wi n g a Ini ost w;i tb ���������  oil t in ter ni issi o n, a bp u t; ei gh t in ch ������s o f fresh  snow haying, taken the placetof; what ;had dis^,  appeared;���������.���������':: The .road to;;^nwinkle is still;  good w ith the; exc ep t i 6 n o f !Ri ts iii Us goiri g.-'.u p  from ;Rkhfield atid^Va nwi nikle, aiid -the depth  o f sn o w is still ve'rygre* t. es pec ia 1 ly in the  canyon, showing little prospect of traffic'fjf  wagons f/>r a long lime yet. A  Omineca���������There is no riewb from Omineca  to report, Sylvester, with the express, may  be expected next -week. - The exodus froia-  tlds part of the country sti 11 con t inues, bu t  w e do not tb in k m bi ny mo re m i I 11 ea/vs fo r  some time,unless very'favorsble news phould  be brought down. Several of our old Cati-  bnoites.1 eft this week, soma of whom, however, are still interested in claims* here but  wish to see what the new diggings are like.  Among the latest departures are Mr JvP. Taylor, who is about starting a. ding store i'-'Mf..  ^Vm. Sterling, who is going into'business;  Messrs. John McLean, A. McPh<u������son, C. F.v  Jooes, and  Win. Uoidord.,  all  old and  well  :k iio wn residents of this disi net.  Rktuunko���������We have much pleasure in welcoming among the last passengers wbb arrive d t wo.ol d Ca ri I moitesr-iJ essrs; W. T urner  and George Doiijrherty���������who knew what Cariboo was in its pal my days, .since which they  have helm hunttniy the. dead in White Pine'  and other mining regions, and now, as tho'  result of. ihidr experience, return once more  to the old familiar mountains, where we hopo  they will be us successful as in former days.  'Rkportkd to rb KfUjKP.���������It is reported  I hat Jesse. Pt'at'ee, who rendered himself  notorious in Cariboo by breaking juil in June,  lFih'9, at Richfield, where he had been com-  mi-ted to stand ids trial at the Assizes for tho .  manslaughter of Win. Phillips, has been shot  through ihe head at Grass Valley, California,  in an all ore a ti o n. a r is i n g o u t o f a' la wsu i t b e-  Uveen two mining companies.  Dkath at Victojua���������Mr John Tfilkie, r  well known merchant and old resident of  Victoria, died in that city on April 27th. He  had been gradually sinking for some months,  but died rather unexpectedly at last. Mr W.  was a. native of Peebles, Scotland, and was  ���������59 years of age.  Mr J. Goodfetxow, who has been agent of  the Bank of British North America at Barker-,  ville for the past year, left by last express for  Victoria, and is succeeded in tho Rg^ecj by  ! Mr G. M,. Morrii.  $  ��������� 4  ��������� :r  ���������������������������;'<���������  ''?  :X  Aii  '���������<���������(.  ���������A  i  ��������� i  I 4  i 1 ���������-*��������������������������� t���������������������������*���������- r.J VR.~JMii-������:r.*t -...���������������������������  t  ���������y.-"  I,  I  -l-i  ;fe(  COLUMBIA  -MISCELLANEOUS.::-  IT  ft  ' liE & & PERRIHS'i; f  .* .-;'���������-':"' /.Oelebiatedr-';.'....;.���������.  WORCE S T E as HIRE    SAUCE  Declared by, Connoisseurs to he   ;���������/���������/  yy THE  ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.,,  enter into  .-������'.  /sftn'fi-ttV  FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR,  Caution"against Fraud;���������Tho success or this  most'delicious and unrivalled Condiment having  caused certain dealers to.apply the name of>','Worcestershire Sauce" to their own inferior compounds, the  public is hereby informed tbat tlit only way to secure the genuine, is "to'./. ;. ' ; ;  ASK/ FOR   LEA .% '^B^I^S^.SAtJCK  and;to see that tlieir names are upon the wra?fkb'  LABELS, STOPl'EB, and BOTTLE.  ;    /���������  ^'^    ���������;'"'*''������������������'���������  Some of the foreign: markets having been supplied  witti-Or s piivious WorcestershireSauce, upon.tho wrapper arid labels of .-which the names of Lea arid. Perr ins  have. bceii forged���������,'-���������������.; arid /P.-.give notice thatthey  have furnished. their cor respondents with power ot  attorn ey to: take i n'Stant;- proceedings: agai ns t ja&xvi-  facto hf.rs a ri d vendors p f; such. ���������;; or,;fl ny. 6 titer inilta  lions (by.. which their right may be i nfrlnged.;.,,-���������,  Aslil'iEb*^]^  Name oii'-. "Wr apper,; Lab el,; .Bottle, and  ���������   Stopper.-  -     ��������� ���������>.  ������������������ "'/""-..'  Who!esale"and for expor t by the proprietors^Wor:  cester;' Crosse and Black .Wall, London ,&c., &c. .���������* and  by Grocers;>>nd;Oilmen.;uniyersaily.y   '��������� yAyAi  Bestanraiita and  -^MEDICAL;:  :���������,  ; \ .New ^ik/^ngnsi;IfiSS^SsSS;  Allow me to cal 1 your attention tb my  PREPARATION :OP COMPOUND EXTRACT BUCHW- The-component parts are  BUCHU, 'Long Leai^ GUBEBS, -JUNIPER  BERRIES. ���������A'A^AAy.A--!'AyiyA\^Ayyy -  Mode ok Preparation���������Buchu; in vacuo:  Juniper Berries, by distillation, to form' a fine  gin, * Gubebs extracted by displacement with  spirits obtained from Juniper/Berries ; very  little sugar is used, and a small proportion of  spirit. Itds more palatable than any now in  use; "':'v   '��������� ������������������;��������� yy ��������� A, U'r :;:��������� y-yyy ���������     '."; ?  Bnchu. as prepared by Druggists, is of a  dark color. It is a plant that emits its'frit  grance; the action of a flame destroys this0  (its active principle)* leaving a cark and  glutinous decoction. /Mine,is the color of'ingredients TbeBuchu in my preparation predominates ; the smallest .quantity-of tho other  ingredients are added, tb prevent fermentation .';'"' ii pori inspec ti pn .ft wi 11, be found not to  be a Tincture,,as made 'iii -Pharmacopoey -nbr  is it a Synip���������and therefore, can, be us,ed iii  cases where -fever 0 r i pflahi ma ti on ���������. exis fc, In  this,0you have thei knowledge'.of the ingredients aud themode, of preparation. -... ^ y.;A  ��������� $fop%tigi''$^ ^/with a'trialV,.,  and that upon inspection it will meet .with  your approbation.       /' Vi*    "]��������� "A.-.  :^Wi& afeeling;of protonnd^confidence,  ���������/  I am, very respectfully, r  A    ;     * H. T. HELMBOLD,  Chemist and Druggist of 19 Year'sEx peri ence.  3L  SODA  CREEK, " **' ' "  'QUBSNELljE, and  ./'���������-���������:���������������������������-  ���������   ������������������   >     . BARKERVILLE  J. HARPER,  Miners5 Provision Store,  SAMUEL  HILL,  ���������gent,  BARKERVILLE.  T THIS STORE will, alwayo  .-��������� ./selected-atockof. tho��������� ��������� 1 '���������  ���������  be; found a well-  FRESHEST    GRGCERIES    AND  PRtoVISIONS   IN   CAFUBOp:,  BEST JAVA .-COFFEE '��������������������������� '  Koasted and ftrbund..daily.-���������  Brartcli Store at Last V  Chance,  'XVhore a good assortment of Goods will always 'be  1'onnd, .... ...  : I trust l>y strict attention to hastiness and fair and  pquwo dealing, to merit a oonthiunnoo of thejiheral  p. 1 trounce herotofuro extended to me, fei  Grand Hotel Building,  FRANCISCO..  rpH'BPrbprietbrof this, old and well-knownestab-  i. -lisli ra en t won 1 d [ r espe ot-f u I ly . thank-.. li'ii n umcr-  ous friends andthlipublio tor tlie"'ext'enslye patronNge  U orctbfo r ;e b es to vv e d on1- hi rn, ��������� k hd t ru s 1 s th a t.' by- h is  usual stric t at ten tion to; busi ntisk to ineri t a -cohtin  .uance0.i'their0onQdo'nbeanda.11 pport.;.::.A . -,;..;.,;/',..  Meals, $1. ��������� Board, $ 14 :per Week. ���������  BREA1) MADE / Ol?; ,^HE!:-.-.BESt'.' ^OM  I-ra conimencl to the .public my;:/;.;       '     ...������������������:-';./..  ;' G JR 6 U N p-jCOF p::E ��������� E '^Aa'::  tt.'-hl ch isa m u ch Sti pcrlor artlcl p t ha n an y w h 1 c h can  be bad trom; below.:   >I: lioast' and Grind } t" iiiyj?V'U  and cooose,fche best.lierries,oouseciuenl\y tlie<publii'  inii-y be sure oil ts being free from adulteration. /  / J. &. GOODSOK.  (From the largest; inahufacturing Chemists In  theworlil.)  ���������      :��������� '.:'  NovEMBicnv4f 1854. ;  ���������:*''iam acquairitecVwiUrMi' H;i\.Heluib:pld ;���������  he ode'upied the Drug Store,opposite jhy residence, a rid/was sticcessf 1 il in' conductiiig the  business .where others had noVbeerfequally'  so b ef 0 re him;..'., I, h a v e be eh: lav 0 rah jyi in-  pressed with hisCharacter and ehterprisel"���������  y''y:AAy.;AAAA"WILLIAM-. WIGHTMAfc'/ ''  "'',?: Firm of/Powers and. Weigbtman, ty aiiii  ,     ���������   /.factnrihg Che&ists, Ninth_-ftnd;:l5rbwu  :: : Streets, Philaclelphia./    '"}: ��������� ]  ER'.r L.U.W1BE  [IESSRS. MEACITAM. .& N.-VSON are prepared to  lrurnish Lumber at their  ������r deJiver it to order::  Mills; William Creek,  SEND cFOR CrUCULARt?..  iub25  1  Ml������ TTNDERSIG^KD  BKOS   TO, INiPORM  HIS  I'ricudsand the public,that he has 111101114)80010  COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  u hIs nev^* building, wlie.ro he is prepared to give  good Buds at a reasonable price. Those who will  favor hi at w i th t h e ir pa iron ag c, m a y d e pe n d on th e  cleanness and comfort ol his house. ���������  He takes al.-?o this opporluiiity to remind the Carj-  bouites .that his Brewery lian'receivwdxho FIEST  ?RIZK of the Colony for his 0el0bra ted  XXX   ALE,  And thetruenmato.urswillbc able to judge by them  *���������<��������� Ives that such honorable prize has been justly  awarded to him,  PEEVEHTIOM BETTEH THAN/CDE5.  HAVE been requested by several respectable parties, who cah testify to tho efficacy of my system,  to again make public the tact that.  Moses' Hair InYigorator  WILL PRBVENT 73ALDN'ESS,  KESTO.HK 1TAIR THAT IS BKC0MIN0 THIN  Oil VA I XING 0 FF, a n a e tlec m a 1 ly  ..       OUltE SCUItfe' OR DANDKIW. *  Tills is not a more assert Ion en my part, as I have  .in my possession numerous testimonials certify lug to  tho success of my remedy.  I do not oftcourse pretend that I can mako the hair  i?row on heads which have been bald for years'.; but  1 will guarantee to stop tho Itnir from falling off, to  i rierease i ts grew th, an d eO'ec t u al J-y remove 8c u rf or  Dandrutr.   .,, . W. I). MOSES,  -��������� Earkcrviilo, tt.G.  CERTIFICATE.  This is to .certify that during hist spring 'my hair  wasTapidly failing out and my bead was fust becoming bald, when I applied to Mr W. D. MOSKS, Bar her,  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair to  i is former 110 al thy s t a te 3D A VID GIBBONS.  Barkf>rvilie, !Doc. 2$, !8fifi. ,no26 lip  LUMBER. DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CU15EK: AT THE-SAME RATES-AS ON  WILLIAM CREEIC  .���������������  Having a Planing Machine in operation they wil  also furnish Dressed Lumber at satisfactory rates'.' ���������"  //EXT  BUC-HIJ"   ������������������;//:  Ifpr; weak n ega ar isi n joi ,f r.om i n d i s c re ti 0 n. The  exhausted po wers of Nai are w Inch a re' aa-  companied'by so many alarrnvng symptoms*,  among which -wil 1 be found .Indisposition lo  Exerti 0 n i Loss of Me ra 0 r y; Wa ket'ti 1 u ess. II0 r-  ror 0 f Dke.ase, or Fo rebodin &'s of Evi T; i ii  tact, Universal Lassitude/Prostration and inability to enter into the enjoyments of society  .'������������������ TlIE:.eGNSTITUTION :  once affected with Organic Weakness, requires  the a id' of al e d i ciri e to stre n jr ttt e h. and i n v ipn r-  atethe system, which HELMBOLD7S EXTRACT'mOlIU invariably do^: If rio  tt'ea tment is sub mi ttcd to, C0nsump ti0n or In-,  sanitv ensues.   *:  For Sale, - ���������  I������ESYIHIK:  THAT IS USEFUL!  .jow rr  -AT  liVIPROVED ROSE  WASH  will radically exterminate from -the system  diseases arising from habits of dissipation, at  little expense, little or no change in diet, no  inconvenience or exposure.  SYLVESTER'S  N. B.���������A large front mom to let.  X. CWilO  Express  The Omineca Express -will connoct with Biirnard's  Exi>ress at Quesnclmouth and William Creek where  parcels and letters will be received. '  ^ju5* A general Express busiuvss condnelnd,  w^S* KVl'TS SVJ.VIOTKJt  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  S e c 011 d - lia n d H t o r e,  s   ..     BAKKERVI-UE. ,'.-.'     jell    ;  CHEAP   GOODS!.  ���������   ��������� COMPRISIN'C���������  Boots, Shoes Clothing and  Groceries,  '   OF THE  BEST   QUALITY,  For sale a Mho Store of the undcr.^itrnod in Barker-  ville, opposite the Bank ofBritish CoIuml)i;i'.  W. MNNIE.  ipA tf  Ul in  as u������u aI  [1)r\l  HELIBOIB'S FLUID EXTBACIEHCHU  in all diseases of these organs, whether.existing in ni ale or female, from whatever causa  originating, and no matter of bow long standing. Those suffering from broken down or  delicate constitutions, procure the remedy at  once.  All the above diseases require the aid of a  Diuretic HELM HOLD:S EXTRACT BUCHU  is the great Diuretic.    .  3^-Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price  $1 25 per bottle, or b* Hottles for $6 50. Delivered to any address. Describe Symptoms  in all communications.  ADDRESS ,  H.   T.   HELMBOLD,  Dkl'u and Chemical Waiuchousk,  .  .  5 9 4 Bro ad way, New York.  Nonb Aitis' ���������Genuine unless done up in steel  engraved  wrapper, with  fac-simile of my  Chemical WarehoJise, and signed*  ec^i) H. T. HELMBOLD  ���������3  m  r.i  1  1  A  ii  Ai  I  I  r  ���������L*iJiijwiJVHW8BSBS


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