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 Vol.11.  A.  Barkerville,;William Creek, B.C., Saturday,  THE; .  fi-"-' Puhiishetl every Satui^^by:*''''^"  E OlE R,T    H 0+L,I*Q-if, A��������� %.  v? A **.-':  i  ���������VAT  Subscription,  -  -  50 Qents per Weak.  RATESyOFyADYEI^ISING,;! >  For one square (one inch), first Insertion,  ���������-' :***-   '������ ,-*' v ���������-..'.lA:.3\jfit -.0?aeAtn9nt,^������   *  For t wo squares^ first insertion,* "*": * *���������' ���������  ���������  ,. ^'Vyv^JyvJone month, ������������������-'���������_ *'��������� .-;-��������� ���������  $3  6  Agents fortlie ** Cariboo S.entmeJ.V  . VaniWinkie';-;> <aA  Quesnel mouth, ���������  SmlaCreek', / ��������������������������� y';  , Clinton,7 ��������� -A.    -  ��������� -Ya\^y.fifi^-y:y  Now Westminster,  Victoria,   - ,... - ,..  L.'-ftvPisher,Afi ���������-���������*  'Hudson & Menet.  Mr iT.Mi ttndhart*"fi ?fiz  "-..: ���������'. Bn'rnard's Express  :; - ���������:. .^y Barn ard ^Es press  . -    . -Barnard's ^Express  fififi. ,'.;;"dO'v-j^'.* '-:doT-'^-  - , John Murray .p-"  '.'". fifi-' .'John Collcns  ������, fi. >������������������/ SariiFrancisco  .  ������.   .   .   .- New York.  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL fiy: ���������  ���������tirdfl;:Clrciilars; Fosters and:Programmes for  ���������Balls aiid Theatwcal Enter tain men ts .  jSS^E.ve c u te cl wi t������n eatn ess a u d dispatch *&f*  ������������������'' :"    fi. Term s m oder ate.  -'.A A A:" '  NEW CRUSADE PROPOSED.  rights of the people^ and, belonging to the  masses, .wouldybaye .tremendous pu^f%v in  rousing: the multitude to .go oir an etpedi tion  to Italy to restore a deposed monarch to his  throne. "��������� -...;"...-���������      . \fifi   '��������� fifi."': ".fifi".fi'  They could say: t'fiWph&efirittfoty years  been teaching youihat'HheTpeopW yhave the  right to determineytheir own;I^ni|6f ^goyern-  ment, and &S lAn^iciri Declaration of$nSe-  pehdence contains the charter of buman rights  wh*ich ^Wdemocrlto  defended^ We* believe that Americans have  the right to choose their owtfrulers, and Irishmen have ������ right to gore rn Ireland, and that  it ia; right to expel the British from that gem  of the sea;; and the French have a right to.  choose their ewn form of government, and all  peoples that on earth do dwell,/except the  people of the city of Rome and the siirround-  irig country,? v u ;'v-. A fififi  But was ever seen or heard such a.farce as  th is clamor by American, republican, democratic^ intelligent citizens^ for the-/restoration  of a monarch who has not for long years been  able to keep?hinisei f upon his thrbne^withoiit  the aict; of , fo;reign arms. :The peop le have  long wanted to be delivered from his yoke,  and -American citizens propose^ to aid in  putting it Jjackyupon their :necksi^ ���������������������������.'-.���������������������������;.-������������������.������������������������������������  .   From various parts of Europe.we,have ini      .'���������.-��������� -,. -,~-y-<; ���������-���������������������������fi. ;.v. :.-  i\   ���������,;?-���������:  -v. ������������������ .-���������?'' - --- - .'fi.-t"''-. fi-.   -x...y.s  telliprence*that a m'6 venient is inv'progress- to  p-et upv-'air armed yenterprlse to restore the,  pope to the fthrhhei;; of;''the^'CteBarB^+ut was  v n gii <j1 y li i n ted at by A Arch b'isn op ���������Spalding,'  "in his addMss Sp^^ashingtbn?ysome'>?three  Dion ths, a go, w lien he cal led ti p on Ihe fai thful  to einbatk"in a grand effort to' reinstate the  fa 11 en mo n arch. , It was wi th a vie w I o su ch  a c ru sad e th at the subject h as'' b een brbu gh t  before all theJRoman Catholic-congregations  of th e ci ty aridMoil n tryfi and th e mi rids* 6 f: the  ���������submissive vassals bV the Church1 have been  inflamed to the highest degree.   The head of  the nsoveraent appears to beJnBhiJBBells, and  it is said that a rendezvous will be anuonnced  on the MMiterrarieah^whereHhe plan OfVoper-  ations w il I, b e .con su m mated, ..an d,,the arm y o f;  Restoration will -be organized aad-dispatched  on its glorious mission.  r~ .-  .* >-  In. this, country we aref accustomed to do as  well as to say-what we mean, anditbe archbishops, bishops and priests, and six laymen  of, this city,; .iha^ippommitteu^-^em^Wes to  such,ground iu favpr of the Pope^ restorr  ation that we do not see how they'-cari Very  ���������well-back down when called "upon ;to lend  material aid. f They have publicly asserted  ibe divineirigtitpfHhe,Pope to be;King of  Koine nnd the surrounding country; they  have denounced the extension of the Italian  constitution over the States $s a vile usurpation ; they have ignored, as,of no account  whatever, the almost unanimous'vote of the  people in favor of constitutional.government  and rejecting the despotism,of the Pope.   Under these circumstances there is nothing  left for them but to join the projected crn-  eade, and enforce their doctrines for, the re-  establishment of the tyrant upon his throne.  ���������Charles -O'Connor and John McKeon, two  . very^istinguishea lawyers of this city, have  made themselves more, distinguished by heading the movement to restore the Pope, and  their names have been published in connection with the most abject and humiliating ap-  , vpeal to the Pope, bewailing the loss of his  scepti'e and pledging themselves to efforts for  its recovery.   We should think that either ������f  these lawyers would make a very respectable  Teter the Hermit.   Both of them are leaders  ot ths Democracy.    They understand  the  The PrtOBABLK Result���������The New York Sun  states the probab le' issue of the High Commission* how Jn Session 'at Washington,^thus^Mv  "After a round'of good ':ciinders'tth&:-u\;e'6n!i't'  of thVrespective parties ^rili be^made outvof  soinething;in this:-iw-isis::';fi.$he ^American; Corny  m issibn -t wi th: man y geHuflexib n s, w ill p resen t  th e Al ab am a bill, ��������� wh kh JhVrBritish. Com m i s-  Rionera, with a series of grimaces, will receive; and after coming to the conclusion  that it is a cbnfouudediy long one, they will  cut away at it with the intent to rediice it to  the umalieBt dimensions.   The British Com-j  miBsionersywith tenders of distinguished eon-  sideration, will present as their offset to the  Alabama bill W11st of claims for manifo 1 d  grievances, real or imaginary, covering, sun -  dry'decades of years, which the American  C o mmiss ioners w i 11 rec ei ve wi th a y ery ��������� wry  face and go right to work and pare down to  the lowestvpb^ible^flguve;; * After an enprm-  bus consii'mution' of champagne andsfoblsoap,  an accouafc current will be stated" and a bal-  ��������� ������������������ .....������,��������� ...        ......  ahce struck. The American claims will be  set down, for example,.at thirty millions of  dollars, and the British offset ;at twenty-ifive  millions, which, in case the settlement is  pro perly-ratified^his Chancellor of ythe Ex-'  chequer will probably hand over to. our  Secretary of the Treasury.���������[American "paper.  Remaining in BAKNARD'S EXPRESS OFFICE, AprU  tl, 1871 :  Lioutxiko Creek.  MINERS AN.D TRADEES will find it to their ad  vautage to.purchase at this Store, where there i  Andprson .Tyhu  Ayn Isaac  Arwiug Mr    ���������    .-..-���������  Briggs Samuel  IJakor William  BiMSsey ������  UoscUamps E Lonard   -  Brakin Michol  Ihown Henry H  Bienvonu Dame Joseph.  Car-rigan Owen  Coustable Bell '  Christian Henry.  ^Carlin Rodger  Chorloy Robt  .OhmgOe      ..-'..''  (Jonnors Behnis ���������������������������  Corbett Michael  Diets! William  Dickson Charles  Davis Wni L    :'   fi  Douglass Daniel '  Drake John  Dinhcnomlonour  Davis John W  fi  Dixon John C'    ;���������"  ... .y  -Ktnery Ed Ward "(2)  Pasuntt.ru Domeuioo      ..  Fluvry Mr <   ��������� - -. ������������������-.!   ;���������  Fluvry August  Gr������)ss Daniel  Giei.'USIade A" B   ;  (Jii rre������.lol'Anion io  (renuinit Hobt  llitiMen John  Kuul) Jakup  HuncuCkJ K  ilutton Williain  HeistingsU  Howard Samuel J   ���������  Hodge Watson  Or the very beat description on hand, and tho Stock hjlowell Fredkl  cous tan tly replenish o������l hy new arrivals. Theproprie.     *ap22  tors willsell Goods 1 .  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN  CABIBOQ. '  Orderspromptlyfilled,and forwarded with dispatch  BEEDY & L1N-0HARB,  VanWink-l������, 1'ropxiotovs  Dissolution of Partnership  Hart Pavid  Kuchiuvole John  . Hani Ed war11   fi.  Kesten Charles & Jacob  Kir.-via James  Li ryes- G  Lang A B  Lawrie S  liimstoanre ilons *  >LayY.*oou JasH (2)  v MoKee Samuel  ilctiihes Neil  Maggiu Joseph (2)..   ,.u, .  ilclves J ho     -;  Ma Hoy Timothy K  ilobreBB&J.-  Nicolas ilons  ; Owens'William  ;.  }>ond Mr   .  IMrt WmC a fi  Tacey Robt.;. .     : a  ���������'��������� I'oarson JamesJ  Rich ley Geo   .--:,'  Ruber ts William  RobertsouH W     .    -  llicliiirds Ailolph ���������,;       " '���������������������������  RictiardsDan  f^prey Hick  Schmidt Julia     ��������� .  Stephen Barnard  Suvueou D D  - Tynon xhos -. fifiA:'. ���������  TuoinpsouWm5  Varchereau Louis,  Williams'J no R  Wheeler Mrs Ana  Wcstlake W  WoodThos  Write II J'     fi.,.-. .. . . /;,..  Wilson Oeo  Wing Pan Ti  Sheet and Cast Iron StovesT  ALL JOBBING WORK IN TIN, COPPER, Sheet  Irou,Ziucand Lead Piping, attendee to -with  promptness, and warranted  to gi ve- Satire. i*atift ���������  fact on..      -..-.������������������'  Hardware  Iron & Steele  JAMES WIOKHAM, Agent.  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V.I  TEE FIRM -OF WELCH & LATHAM ISTHIS&AY  dissolved by mutual consent.  All debts will  he collected and  paid  by Wm.  Welch.  WM. WKLCH.  TUGS. LATHAM,  Qaesaehnoutbv April 10,1871. - a^2 lm  order in I'nYmost approved styles.  IT r Arties on William Creek can have their  met su-res taken by Mr McCatlum, Barkerville.  .  ���������1. p* All orders from Cariboo promptly Umtel te.  or  "fiy.-'; ,.fi^iwn.$Jd^'fiifiy fi'fifi  E. PEAR30N &; ?ROS.f   v  " Barkerville and (^essbleocthv  Van Volkertbnrgli & Go,  5  Barkerville, Richfield  -Ax���������������  A SUPPLY OP THS  always on hand.  ' The Omineca Express will connect: w}tj*i B^rnar^s  Express at, Quesnelmonth and WiUJaia Creelr, wher*  parcels and lfetters will be r&ceived.'  IKS* A general Bxniess busing conducted,  ������h25 ;RUFl'S sy������YE3TEft'  V    i  ���������fi. \U  BHWBXJWBHSBSWJSROWH! {���������-^y^r-'fis^'yyj.^'.'y-'---'.  . fil V,������J t ^:';, >���������i^l: ���������: J U^v^ ���������������~  iWs,-..;*-?.': J...'������: j-JJiiS.-'--������������������'^'���������l'-<~-^<~ ��������� -1- - '-'" ��������� ���������  ,r  x  SATURDAY. MAY 6, 1871.:  ; REGrlSTSATIOS O^yTO^ERS, '   ?/  In pnmatice  w^S������ ;^ #  Voter^ AcV 1871/ the different districts have  been divided into polling divisions and registrars appointed. Cariboo^ district has-been  divided into the following polling -divisions:  BarkerVUleVLigbtning creek, Keithley creek,  <Juesnelmeutb, Williams lake, aa4 Omineca.  H M Ball, Esq., has been appointed Registrar  foV^ Strict, with the exception of the  division of Omineca, where the office will be  lield by Mr O'Reilly- 1*e following Collectors for the several divisions have also been  appointed :-*or Barkerville, Mr G, Byrnes;  Lightning creek, Mr Ross; Keithley oreek,  Mr Samuel Smith; Quesnelfnouth, Mr A. Barlow ; Williams lake, Mr McVittie.  As a general election for members under  Hbenew Responsible Government Constitution,and also for members to the Canadian  House of Commons, will in alt probability be  held next autumn, it behooves all parties who  wish to avail themselves of the elective franchise to send in their applications in writing  In the form preacribed^y the Act to the collector, on or before 10th June, accompanied  %y a declaration as to proper qualification.  This ia an Important subject, which should  -not be neglected, and co one claiming the  ���������privilege* of a British subject should omit to  place binaelf ou the roll of voters, as upon  the representatives elected at tbe next election  '���������fcttl depend in a great measure whether the  colony under its new form of government  *b������U advance in prosperity, remain dormant  ,or retrograde. _____  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.  The latest news from Paris gives details of  'increasing horror's. The insurgents had pillaged'nearly all the churches, anil but lew  continued open. Shells from the Government  forces are tailing in the city and much damage  fcad been done.. Fighting between the two  partie?, withy great loes of life, continued  almost incessantly.  From ^sbingtoni It lis reported that the  JoiutHigh Commission had agreed upon a  seUlement -of the fishery question upon a  basis of r������ciproeity, and-baG coaetaded that  1he Alabama claims were to. be referred for  final decision to a tribuual appointed by England, the United States, Italy, Switserland,  Greece aad Braiil.   yy'yfifi y.v-  "British CotiU������8TA gobs AHRAn.,,^irnder  this heading the British Colonist copies from  the San Francisco Newsletter a paragraph  referring to^the progtesa being made in Cariboo, which, after extolling the enterprise of  tlaeLane and lEurtBCompany, and speaking  of ���������heir machinery, coneludesas follows:  ������ The country only wants moderately cfbeap  labor and -the advantages to be derived from  'the employment of steam machinery to enable  H to go ahead In brilliant style, Tb������ (Lane  iand Kurtj) Cariboo Mining Company is the  iljjitin the field and deserves success. Until  tbe above consignment was forwarded, British  Cotaimbia did not possess a single set of steam  Mating and pumping machinery."  We wish to correct our contemporary on  *Vs point. Although no machinery -ef 'the  mme calibre es the Lane and Kurtz co. are  bringing has yet been introduced, still more  ibao-eix years ago a steam engine and iron  ���������pumps were brought in here with extreme  difficulty over a very different kind of road  from what we hove now, and when freight  was treble its present rate. Tne "Forest  Ko?.e" Compaey used the engine in question  for hoisting and pumping in 1865, and are  mln$ U to-day.  Another Dump-box Robbery���������Strange "to  say, we never hear of a dump-box robbery  but what Is ������juiekly followed by another^ aud  stranger still, claim-ownera seern to take no  warning but leave their boxes unguarded, a  tempting pn*2e for thieves. Ou Tuesday  aight the Raby company was cleaned up  without tbe owners' permission. What  amount was taken, of course, is not known,  W! it is jmppvaed tiuit the*������ was about Io vi.  Lane & Kurtz Co.���������In the Col onist of 20th  April there appears a letter from Mr C. C.  Lane, in which tfeat gentleman Retails the  ���������difficulties he experienced in inducing Call.  16 rnia capitalists to invest in *! this eouiitry,  and speaks of the increasing interestwhich is  now behag felt in our resources. ; The liberal  action of the Council in remitting the duties  and.tolis oa the company's machinery has, he  says, beea of far more aid than the mere  ���������saving of dollars and cents. Several of the  raining Capitalists will tya summer visit and  examine the mines of Cariboo vor anything  else ikat promises good investment. A* contract for moving the machinery to Cariboo  and sinkinpr the shaft to bedrock has been  taken by Messrs. Lane and Hearst, and Mr  Lane hopes to have steam ������p by 4th July.���������  We hope so too.  - - ���������  EcctEstASTiCAii���������We regret to learn that on  account of ill health the Rev. James Reynard,  incumbent of St. Saviour's Church, finds himself compelled to take a trip to the lower  country. We hope to see the rev. gentleman  back soon, renovated by a change of climate.  NEW At>rERTISEMENT8.  J,F; TONSTALL Sl Co^p  $ BOW CHURCH YARD, LONDON^  j. h. turker*& Co.,  y    VICTORIA, B.C.      ;y  ���������#fl* Goods bought in theEuropeanMarkets to order, and consignments of Goods from  British Columbia sold in London.  "S  RKFEiENCES    IN  T5n\*nON���������London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury.    ^_.v  LQNPON jj^^yft Moore & Go, 6 Bow Church Yard.  VICTORIA���������Bank of British Nortfc America.    '  my6 6m  NEW: ADVERTISEMENTS  CGMMISSIOK, STORAGEv  THE   STEAMER  }/\C^OMK  S NOW MAKING WEEKLY TRIPS FROM SOPA  _ CREEK TO COTTONWOOD CAN VON, connecting  with tho Steamer-ENTERPRISE for FORT GEORGB  CANYOtf.   ' V'���������*.���������'-������������������������������������ '.������������������������������������ '���������'-'���������'"i -'' fi' ���������-���������'.'������������������'���������  LEAVES SODA CREEK :  FRIDAYS   *^  LEAVES QUESNEL  SATURDAY    MORP4!NQSi  Fa������*sge from Soda Crack to Qu^Bnel,.., . ........ $6  Fright   ������  ��������� .������������.-..":������������������.-.-'.������?'.'    -,'���������   u -.-." per too.......  20  Passage from Quesnel to Upper..Canyoa ���������...I"... ifi.fi 5  Freight l * -lfii A fi fifi fifi ** -per ton- fi... 30  egi- Gooda stored nt upper end of navigation and  for warded either to Gisoome- Portage or Tatla JjafcH  FREEOFCHABGKrOR ?TORAGB. .KjrS,  Travellers are alwayis liable .to,, sai deri, attacks :of  Dy sen tevy an a Choi e rarMorb ub. , a n������i these occurring  when atiseht from home; "re very unpleasant. ,;'Th������  PAIN; KILLER may: always be: relied upon io such*  cases. Aa .soon as you feel tlie symptoms^ take oue  tcaapootif u I in. a gi 1 i of new in ilk a iid toblnsses and  a gill of hot water,. stir well together, ahd ��������� drink .hot,;  Repeat .tlie dose . every* hour, until r������lieyed."., If the  pains be severe, bathe^ th������: boweIs aud back with the  medicine clear.   -. * ������������������ ��������� .       .       -'vy  Incastts of Asthma: and Pint) sis, take'ft tna'gpbos'.  fal in a gill of hot water, sweetened well .with 'nio.  lasses; also bathe th e throat and stomach faithfully  with-the medicine, clear.. yfififi:.  Br Sweet says it.tafctiH out the soreness in cases of  hone *cttiD g fastdr than any th ing he ever appl i ed,  Fishermen, so often exposed to hurts by having  thijjrskins pierced with hooks and flns offish, cau be  relieved hy bathing with; tbe Pain Killer-as son������.'as  the l acci dent occurs ;; i n \ tb is way tti e ; an gui sh ii  soon abate d; bathe as often as; once' in ttvo in in u tes,  say three or four, tirncs, aud you will seldom bave  any trouble. The bi tes and s.cratches of. dog? , *md  cats ara soon cured: by balhiug with the Paiu Killer  clear.   . n>y6 lui  apl^tf  gency.  WICKHAM,; !  ��������� ! Barkervil It*.-  - H A'AlAETtffilfiNfi,:  Importer an^: Dealer in g  FINEvHAVANi  rE ABOVE  ARTICliES CAN BE  OBTAINED IN  and out of Bond, at the optioa of the purchaser.  A. general assortment of        , .  S MO KI NO    AR T IC LES.  j&T Orders from th������ yPpper Country -promptly at  tended to. _  NO. 47 YATES STREET,  {Opposite the Bank of British North America,)  '       VK3T08U, 7.1. xny*3ra  A. GliMORE,  &OTOW & JohngoiVs Stages  \XfiLL:>tlAVB-:-BAR^  ft     connecting .with   the  Steamers  at  Quesm.-!* '.  rao,uth aud Vals, with H.iii  MAIL,. EXPR&& and  Paaaengvii : ;.: .��������������������������� ���������;::y'.:y;'-';'  Foa;-Yale & intermediate plages-  QEROVV   &T^OHNSO  Express and Stag������. Line  "' caRRiae ' .; ���������.   '     ."-:���������.','���������:".;'������������������;  LETTERH, TREASURS,. VALTJABLER, .   ,  EiPRESS FREIGHT AN D PA8SENG ������It8  AyfiXT.; .R,E,byU;;CyE:.l)';.yRA!TiES-.-\'-;:y  jjfil* Collections, Commission's an������l General Expr?g������ ���������  bntiacw done with punctuality and: dispatch.  $&��������� Office ot the CanbWf Agency at fi,.  : MU DAViO KURTZ'S STOHB,.     .  ;.&p29      ���������' ���������' V- ���������������������������:.. ;. Hark-irville. ���������  gra  9  Store Street (between Herald and Fisgard),  VICTORIA, B.C.  ANDRSW ASTRICO, -   ���������   -   -  -   PROPRIETOR.  The most commodious and clean Hotel in Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle. The table  is supplied with the vary best th������ market affords.  Meals at all hours of the day. Private Dining  Rooais lor Families.  Board and lodging per week, $5 50. and $6 50.  f*er. day, $1. Singla meals, V\% cents.. Beds, 60c.  Fire proof Safe in tho House.  '       my6 6w  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTQRIAv VI  AS,ON HAND, AND 13 CONSTANTLY receiving; a  large  aesortmeht  of   CLOTHS,  CASSIMERKS  and YESTIMGS, which he 13 prepared tu make to  order in Uio most approved styles.  sur Parties oa; William  Creek ��������� can  have  me^ures taken by Mr McCallum, Barkerville.  their  All erdors from Cariboo promptly attended te.  myelin .  .. CASAMiYOU :&.!���������(%  Wholesale Dealers In  Grocer iesv Provisions v  Liquors^ Havana Cigars,  AT STANLEY^ - i- UGHTN1NG CRKEK.  .-   The Table will always be ?uj*pHe<l. with the bi-M,  'articles that can b������ got in Cariboo, and the liar with  tho   "��������� ' '    V"       ���������    '  Finest Wines^  Liquors  and Oigars.  Stanley (Mouth Last Chance Creek,) \  April 30( 187U }  YATES   STREET,/- ���������'���������   VICTORIA,  myfl-Sm  . -  B.C.  ILL     I*EAVB    BAR-  . . kervillo about the  21st May, 1871, onattmr  through the lower country, to give parlies there a  chance of having their  T*eth attended to; thero-  ,���������, fore any one in  Cariboo  who isw*v* '"M services will pleaso call at once, es  tbey may not have another chance of being pffi������ctu-  ally relieved of the w.rst of miseries; for, as Robbie  Burns says, " The hell of all hells is the townsman's  toothache." But surely the miner is in a worse fix,  to be working In cold water with a good jumping  tooth to anement hlsiroubte at not finding the lead.  Call aud givo &IDDALL with the OS ARTIFICIAL  FILLIN G a try. You will not bo sony ��������� for with experience, natlence and a steady hand, he warrants lo  give all perfect satisfaction ; and further guarantees  to savo all kinds of decayed teeth by Oiling-, except in  caso3 of abscess or the tooth being too loose from tho  injurious cilects of tartar, which even causes very  many uound teeth to fail out. It is a dark scab in-  crusted upon the teeth, close to tha putoB, and w*ry  one ought to have it removed by the Pcntist, as they  culd Ihen keep their own teeth clean by simply  usiug a soft tooth brush and a little warm watsr.  Remember that D-jntal work is performed in all its  branches, and tho eharges very low.  OFFlCK-^-Opposite th* Assay Office, Barkerville.     ���������  in** 1  Kobertson   Stewart,  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  KHAKF STREET,     -      -  ,   -      -      VICTORIA,  Agent for   British   Columbia.  A supply of %s ltand \\d Inch Cartridges, Caps  and Fuse always kept on band. my? 3ru  AGENTS FOR  The Bojal Iilstirance Co.,  WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, Y.L      .  my ii 3na  NOTIOBIS Ii "SRKBY GIVEN THAT AUY PKIRSON  or persficii-i found destroying or damaging -the  Tekgraph Pole.i 01 Wires will be prosecuted with the  utmost rigor of the Iw.  By command,  n. yr, PEARS5.  Iliads and Works Depart meat,  Feb, 9II-, 1871,  m������mfifimrm!  ���������-/���������-��������� '��������� J. ��������� j.; ROBERTS ON  pEGS TO: ANNOUNCE THATHE HA3 OPKSfJD A  *p������.  Billiard & Dancing Saloon  THE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EXISTING BE-,  tween W. W. Dodd and 2. Z. Hough has to-day  expired by limitation. The business will be carried  on hereafter by  who has pnrchsjied the premises, and bega te th������nk  his lrienus and tho public for the patronage bestowed  on the late firm, ������ eontiouance of which he will  always use his best endeavors to m������rit.  Ariflltejit iu the Bar  THAT CAN BE PROCURED IN CARIBOO,  Barkerville, April ISth, 1871. ap22  Express Line  qpHE COACHES OF THIS LINE ARE NOW n^kias  REGULAR WEEKLY TRIPS,  Carrying Barnard's Express, Passengers aad flfigbt,  makiiig^lose connections with Steamers at each *>w.  In connection with WELLS, FARGO & CO., forward*  FREIGHT, PACKAGES, PARCELS. LETTERS,  TREASURE, COLLECTIONS, COMMISSIONS,  Aud transacts fcenoral Express bnslnees wjth Puac-  tuylity aiid d&p&tch*.  ������pl5    .' F. S. SARKAKOi  innsflsaaTrewfflSB^Si THE ���������A1IB00 SENTINEL  SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1871.  1.  MINING INT^tLIGENCB,  .': ..-wiLLa^cRKEk.;: fi  : Tbe drain being too full of water to permit  of my companies above Cameron ton work! ng  iat prosent, very 1ittle: can> be done til 1 the  snow is gprie arid the water ean be confined  in a regu 1 ar ch aii n el.' The Bal 1 are t" col, 1 ast,  ' weejc washed 50 ok. They have had trouble  for wan t of, wa ter this week, th e en tiro wai*e r  of the creek in places being rrinningijito old  caves. The Forest Rose have^tarteil 'witb  fcheir engine, -washing' on top, but have not  water enough yet to wash to'nd vantage..' Tbey  are getting some very good prospects, and  will soon be in full,blast,  if fifiJMX Or* CLUBS CKRKK.y  There are six companies at work on this  <*r*������e!e.   '"fi "*'���������''' -'  ������������������'���������-������������������. v '*;-:  TheVaillariconr co. have ste men working.  They are Bin king a 'shaftthrough tbe bedrock.  *odrare down 40 feet; but though the work  la being;vigorously prosecuted, their progress  seems to be greatly retarded by a layer of  , bard rock which-they-are compelled to blast.;  W hen a depl h of tf0 feet is tee cbed; they in-  tend to ruiva tnnnel towardi* the bed of the  creek, * where they expect to find tbe old  ���������channel ������������������'*���������: ������������������;?>'' '-'fifi '*: yy '*'; fi" '"-���������'>-"'fifi; '''fiyfi.  ;T he Woo (is i d e co fib a ve. fo ur. m en :M _^y o v k".  T h ey h m ve Rl n i c k I be bed ro pk on th e si d e hill.  & b o i i t 4 00 y n r da f ro in t he bed of the cree k, at  . h ti e p I h of 5fi feet, and have foil rid cl ay = oil  the bed without any indication of gold; This  i aih e' secon d n h a ft th i a ' com op ny. have sua k  to tbe'bedrbck without finding any pay/  'TI1������ : Morn inf? 8t>i r co. have fbur men at  vo rk. -f hey ha ve just* com men cod to sink a  shaft, at the font-rif.the.fclll'. "���������>."'  T he V)ic to ri a co.; w h p; h n re fou r m en wo rk-  ing. are .26 feet de*p in their View shaft. They  have jurft sMrnck fht* same kind of :6lu.rsb clay  t h --it-1 b* "I) 3 *0������ ve ry: col foiin d i n th ei r i������ haft. A  gr ea t d vaf a i' Ui ho r h as; bei*u d on e al re������ dy by  %}w >rici<ir ia co..;:.unii th ey r.ichly deserv������ to  TJje  Discovery en. have 18 n*en working.  -/.'������ h ������*y *t rt*; 0> wily��������� ei i ga ������*& - r i i ri ii i ng'- a i* ra k ! 1  nui\m\. infeuded ft ir a drain. from  the qreek  tu their shall, and making other preparations  f.������r p u tt i ng in th**f r i n ae hlii e ry. b ut i t will be *  ���������flix we<������k&before they already-^  Fletcher, J. W. Elder, Peter Glendinning, D.  T. Smith, W.Smith, Richard Jobn,C. Vaillari-  cd������rt John Goodson, George Byrnes, 11 bill  claims on left side, commencing at Amador  oo.'slower line and naming down to South  Wales cb.'s side line, fifi      ; fifi;  fi.fi.:fifi.;.   . jjGHT&rafccmezti��������� 'fifi  Water Lily co;���������May1--Recorded in favor  ���������of Wm. Watson, LewiaWintrip,. each 3 interests ; Ralph Watson, Eobt-JSili, Thomas Ferry, Thomas Lavery, Tborrias Bell, Thomas El-  wyn, Thomas Aikenhead; Wm. Manson, F.  Laliier, each 1 interest.   Re-racord.    ;  Bay State co.���������May 2--Recorded in favor  '���������'f Thomas Bellf Jas. T.Gerald, D. T. Smith,  Jas. Phillips, John McDonald, Ben. Jose, W,  C; McConnick;: each! interest; Peter Brown,  Richard Wrigiit, eacb half interest: Re-record.  rvHAKTlfiY;CB������KK.,y--;'''''"'^v*"J. '.  Cu mining co.���������-May 1���������Recorded in favor  of Walter Powell, Duncan Gumming. T. ,.R������,  fattiillo, A. Kelly, Samuel Smith, :G. Spruce,  :B. Vun Volkenburg, R; H. Browji, Jus. Lindsay, W: Hitchcock, 10 crt������ek claims, commencing at upper line of Manitoba to, aad rurinhig  to lower line of Miunehaha:co. :> v  fififi'fi JACK Op;c^B������ CKKBK.  First Chance co.���������;April 29���������Recorded, in  favor, of & Leggef. F. McLennan, Robt; Barr,  A.: Wi! son > 4 c reek c I aims o p posi te 1 o w er si d e  1 ine ot hi 11 c 1 airas, running up stream, to be J  held In trust for First Chance co. .,  '��������� :\ '��������� ;���������' fifi-ifi stout's ocr.ca.;   :;;.  FI by d an d pi 6 ti ee r cb,-- May 3.���������Record ed  in favor of Lewis Wintriptfi _! rite rests; Thus,  Allauv-2i interests.   Re-record,; -fifi-fifi  the present charge it womld have been his  duty at onee tb commitI'-DEfe prisoner. As it  was/tbe prosecutor having declined to take  Airtlier : proceedings, be would dismiss the  case. The alleged crime, bbwe'ver, was one  ot the heaviest class, and ne would notify the  accused that thougfe for some reasons the  co mp 1 ai nant bad no t pressed; the charge, b e  would leave the Court with; the idaputatioa  stilt remaining;; -.' 'j; fi^yrfirF-fifil. \ : fififi A. y fi, .'  REGISTER OF THERMOMETER  , At Richfield, from 22d April to 1st May. %  token at;9: nm. p^fi^fi^Qi^gfi^fiM^  est and lowest range -Ior the '--preceding 24  hours : " ��������� . ..  April 22,  24.  fifiP,.  ,      26,  27,;  28,  -23,:'  ; ' "30/  May 1,  -.**'���������  . ������������������*.  i?.'.'.���������'������..  1 ', ��������� "k-  Mas.  48  47  52  'Mfi,  53  M  50  60  48"  m i  u  -  60,  51  Min.  ;������  10  22  18  12  \AUfi  ".14"  20  , 26  20 ,  ',','7-y  Tie mean temperature for April was 30.95 ������,  the 'maximum being 55 9 ��������� ta! 25tb and the  any gold... >  ;   . y/ ; fi -.':       ;;���������.,:"  Tlie Two 8istersjco.; hf������ve oh)y two, men kt  work. X h ey are p n ��������� ihe .cl s y ;��������� an d������t tel?gt*������ u n d  $or������k9,wt'-11.v '   ":..*-;,��������� -fi:fi.-fifi-fi"fi  There are 3H men, nil told, working on the  <<>vvt*M, Kich pabins a.re.'bfllog btiilt. About  fi*vi> iniles and a ball" of the-creek me staked off.  and the remaining five or six iwiles are ppeu  t o pVe-e m p ti on V ft is a m at ter of sirrp r ise  lh?it so few men are working oir this creek  H.fi.er the encouraging .prospect -obtmnedl by  the Discovery eo.  ;l.OWHBE C������4B������lt.  The Brown co. last week washed 52 o������.  'LltfflTMN'GVRKKt,  The Spruce co. last week washed 100 ox.���������  The Lightning-ct. have been, working down  ;;!y".-x; wiLLiAMa .CKKak.., ���������;:-,  29th April���������Recorded in favor of- Ah Bow  I cfee k :clairti, coni mencing wiiere- Du tcb. Bill  d i tch. crosses ������������������the c reek. run n ing u p stream 40  ieet. about 20 feet wide.  Lillpoet co.���������;May 4r-R������corded in favor of  Cornelius- Booth,: Alex/BilIsland; David Ey-  n o n, 1 interest! each. Re-record. A n d Hiigh  Guest, 1 interest,^abandoned by IL S. Booth.  minimum  v &  on :13th.  Bounty oouiit.  ; 11$far��������� K.  M. Buli,. Khq , ������ol-l Commifiuibo������r *riii  '���������"''';      fiy.. fifi Usiiftty .Court Ja-lg*') I.. .'��������� ������������������'��������� -fi '.fififi'-" A  ���������v ,Most>at, May L. 187L ,  McWha. vs.: WiWirtN-i-rJudgment summons  fa r $tUQ. Defe u dm i o n ex am i na tip n test! fled  that since the judgment was rendered be had  not been possessedfi.pt means ;to;^pay It; all  j the money he had recti ved since, excep i  about $10, Sad gone to plaintiff for pro visions.  Had a lot oi lagging on band at Grouse ciwk,  wtiich he had been making during the winter,  which fat bad offered to McWha, worth about  $200. Could not sell the lagging at present,  but expeeted to be able to do so to some of  the companies at. low������r end of the creek as  soon as <he water got high eooiigh to;. float  them down.  Iii reply to Mr Park, plaintiff's counsel,  witness denied "-having'-.received any remittance, from Canada. He had got a registered  letter lately, as, having misuedsome of Iris  correspondence, he had directed bis fciends  to register any letters sent to him.   Plain tiff  -stream from their shaft, intending to tinhh ihe | had taken this-letter out of the Post-office.  lower portion ei tbe claim before running up  1mm. the new shaft, and have been making  about curreut expenses. The South Wales  co. are beginning- to take out pay. Last week  they washed 25 .oa.,��������� and for: .firat balf of ihis  week a similar quantity. Tbe Vancouver co.  bave got their machinery started -again*/;'  AMiTDOft Cia^KX.  Two compairies have been (located *on ibis  creek, which offers fine inducements -for pros-  pectiog but has never been tasted yol.  * HARVKTCRKEK.  The Minneliaba co. have been compelled to  stop work on account of too much soakage  water coming from the melting show on the  bill side. A new company has been organized to work tbe creek ground between the  Minnehaha and tbe Manitoba. Tbey are  going to stai?t Immediately, and intend to  i5ame tbe-creek, .build a wheel and sink a  ���������abaft. -   .w mm RKJORBS.  PA.VJH CKK5KK.  Amalgamated co.���������April 28���������^Recorded in  favor of Jobu Ai Williams, Robt Booth. Dan.  Parry, John Evans, 4 bench claims on ease  side, adjoining Amalgamated-co.'s ground, to |  iorra part ot same.  Jemmy BrightOB co,���������Recorded in.favor of  Ah Kwong, 6 interests; re-record.  AltfADOR CHBKK.  Amador co.���������Mav 1���������ReeordodLlafavor of  ���������John Polmere. A. R. Johnston* Wm. Tucker,  Thos. Birmingham, John Edwards, Samuel  Roberts, Ephraiiss Harper, John Itooter, L.  Wintrip, W, Huliog, 10 creek claims, about  2800 feet above bridge at head.of canyon.  Taylor co.-*May 2��������� Recorded in favor of  j without his authority.  Plaintiff siatod that ho took the letter ^  Grouee creek as a matter of accommodation,  as ho was in tho habit of doing for all parties  in bis neighborhood, He bad paid two bits  postages ?it, which'defendant had not repaid  him. He also denied that defendant bad offered him the lagging or that ho bad paid  him as much as assorted during the winter.  The Judge ordered that defendant should  selltthe lagging as soon as possible and pay  proceeds iuco Cwirt���������a portion fey 1st June,  and the whole not later than lS'th July. fi. .  Makktta vs. Hbkrk���������Judgment summons.  Defendant agreed to give security for payment in a fortnight  Mills ts. Issom���������Judgment suamons. In  this case judgment was given some months  ago for %ii but including coats of present  oaae, it had reached the sum of $10. Defendant testified., that he had no money, but was  engaged in burning charcoal, for which be  would soon .b&vo it market; had now about  100 sacks on hand. Ordered to be paid in  ten days.     ���������_   POLICE COURT.  THUK8DAY, May 4,1871.  T. Wilson was charged, on the information  of A. Mo Wha. witb having committed wilful  perjury hi the County Court on Monday last  by swearing that ho had not received any remittance from Canada,  Mr Park stated that oomplainant was not  desirous of pressing the charge on account of  tbe previous respectability of prisoner and  other circumstances, and would accordingly  product ue evidence.  Tbe Magistrate ������*14 that bsd any evidence  Thkatrk iloTAL���������The performance by the  Amateit ra on Saturday evening Iast was, we  regret to say, given to but apopr house. The  members of the^association are unflagging In  their efforts to affdrd the public a 1 ittle ra-,  tional amusement, and are doing their best  to redeem aa fast as, possible by entertainments which cost them individually much  more than the price, asked for admission, the  outstanding liquidation tickets;   but independently of any such cousiderations, the  presentation/'of' a play] like "^Clio/PprfceFs  Knot," w h i6h was per fo r med on tb is o ccasion,  should, we=think, bo sufficient at any time-to  draw a Itil 1 house.   ToVplay to a small audience is discouraging riot only^^ to amateurs  but to professionals ;: -but w_e must sfay,and  tbe generally expressed opinibh of all: present  co ir o b o rates the asae rtip n, th at. tho rep re-  sentationj>an^rded /entire satisnictibn./r The  pieced was ;���������/originally   produced   at; the  Loudon ," ()lyrapic,,, where it enjoyeil ft long;  run;   The character of Samson Burr, the retired porter, who finding that his son has be>  come heavily involved through reckless extravagance while passing his medical studies  in London, nobly resolves to'sacrifice bis accumulated savings rather than that; his wife  should know of her child's delinquincy, and  returns to hard work in his old age, was originally performed by the late favorite actor,  Mr F. Robsbn.   On the present occasion it  was taken by Mr Thompson, who aUhoiigh  in some points open to criticism, afforded  much satisfaction by his rendition of the part,  and was loudly applauded, especially in the  second act, when he u at work at bis old  business, and when he learns? of his son's  heroic conduct at sea and safe return.   Mr  Marshall, as the p.rotiigai but afterwards brave  (*nd, as a natural consequence,  duly rewarded son,) was very correct in his delivery,  and if he would only throw a little more animation into his acting, especially in pathetic  scenes, he would soon establish his reputation  as one of the best of our amateur performers.  Mr Gomar Johns, as Scatter, the fast medical  student, who subsides into a sober railway  official after sowing his wild oats, acted very  well and promises to be a favorite with the  public.   The character of Smirk, the sanctimonious money-lender, who sympathizes with  the father while determined to extort the last  penny of the son?s indebtedness, was very  well rendered by Mr Pearson,   MrMcDer-  mott, as Captain. Oakham, looked the,bluff  sailor to perfection ;   and Mr Shaw,, in the  part of Bob, the cabitieNnaker. io the first,!  and the waller, in the second act, while hav-  iug but little to say, acquitted himself well  and satisfactorily.   The ladies, as usual, did  "well.   Florence frilsou, as" Mrs Burr, represented the fussy old lady admirably, and tho  scene where she returns to her custom of  twenty years previous in carrying her husband his dinner, was much admired.   Mrs  Parker, as Alice, the old couple's niece, who  in their misfortune bravely devotes herself  towards assisting them by her musical taienIs,  looked an<i acted gracefully, and the meeting  between her and lier cousin on  his return  from sea. was very interesting and pathetic.  On tlie whole, the.piece passed off exceedingly woli, and at the droppingof the curtain  was loudly applauded.   The next performance oi tlie Amateurs will, wo understand, be  given on tbe Queeivs Birthday, when no .pains  will bo spared   to   produce- a prc^riimmo  OwmT w������"fta������rhZc$, ThmZ-1 besB rw'4������*!*ia ih������ c���������** G*ntl ��������������� mbi���������l ���������^." mm*'of ^ ^^  , Thk Skkb^a. RouT^ExtraoU from  vote letter dated Skeeuamouth, llth April*  published in the Colonist, say ;* The ice 1b not  out ;of tho river yet At the forks there wore  three feet of snow; and $5 mitoa front hero  two feet   Capt; Moore and about 100 mok  wore camped upon the ice. ��������� He has about SO v  men that he is yfeodicg /to thi forks.   His  horses are all on shore iOtwoVftet of eaow^:;  his hay is all but gone^ and ho has only $0  sacks of grain.   I cannot see how he oaa save fifi  ���������Xhemypr atyariy rate have them in fit state to  work when they;get up.?* -We think some of  ,the^6keena/traveiierfl will be;tired of ���������������plor-  ing^ njoiw short /routes before they reach th* v  mines, and wish they had takea the: safe route  by the w'agon ^oMyfiyfifiyy . -fifififiyAfi-fififi :-:���������-1 fifi  fifi WiiJLUM Ckkbk School BoAwfe-At a -meet* :  jug of the School Board,'held yesterday ������Ve������  ningi Mr JV Gooilfeilbw tendered bis rtsigni* -i  Hon as. a member ofcthei: Board and Secretary.  on.adcoiint of 'being about-to leave the creek'  by ! to-morroVs; express.: Mr Goodfell6w%  resignation was accepted, and a resolution  passed conveying to him the thanks of the'  Board for the efficient manner in which he  had  discharged  his duties   as ' Secretary;  coupled with the regret'of the members of  tho Board at the severance of their connection.  Mr J. H. Todd was elected Secretary  of the Board pro tern.  Express Movements���������Barnard's and Jomv  son's expresses both arrived on Saturday  afternoon list and left on Sunday morning,���������  The passengers by Barnard's were. Messrs. X'  Hall and D.'Setten, from Tale, and Mr F.Noit.  feldor, from Quesnel, with Mr Neulan, mee-  8enger; oti tho down'trip, Messrs. Bickley,  Hall and Setteni Mrs Alberts, and Mr Neulan,  In charge of bank treasure. By Jobngon's up  express���������Mr A. M; Sabm, to this creek;  Messrs. Treuhella and Cornish, to Lightning  creek; ftnd Messrs. Irvingp Fuller, Emerson,  St&ndish and Sharp, of Cunningham creek, te  Soda creek ; down���������Messrs. Elwyn, Harvey  and Ercole for way stations^.,:. fifi  The Wkather for. the past.week Joss continued cold and disagreeable, with bard.frost:  usually at night.   On Wednesday; May 3, we������ :;  had one of the heaviest falls of snow that has  occurred for some time-������the hill sides, which  were getting bare previously, being covered  agaiia' aboat mx to -eight iuches in d^pth.���������  :  Yesterday,; however, was a fine bright day, ,?  and the newly fallen snow has nearly all disappeared,   the sleigh road to Yaawinkle- is  sUll^gOOd. fi fifi A;) Afi:, ^-:y-;V  Stkameu EsTKRPRtsE���������Shippers to Omineca  will notice with satisfaction that Mr G. B.  Wright is now tuning the Enterprise reg������-: '  larly to Fort George canyon, connecting with  the Victoria, from Qnesnelmouth, at Cottonwood canyon. This will materially shorten  the time and risk In getting goods ;to the  Northern mines, especially if a good road is  made Macros*/the Giscome:.portage. '...Urfifi,.:  Wright's energy, in endeavpriog to pp^ii ;wp  the Fraser fiver rotite is deserving of success ;  and substantia} patronage^ Afi-   v     ;/; ;   ..,-, /;,  Omtnkca���������The total t^m-ber of won who  had left Quesnel by water for the new diggings up to end of last week was 280, with 27 j  boats. Of these 66f were Chinese. There  were some vague rumors afloat at Quesnel  aboutygood prospects being struck on the  upper part of Germansen creek, but nothing  definite seems to be known.  ������T T������LEOR*PHKJ���������Mr F. H. Lamb, T^eiegraph  Siiperinteadenfe, arrived here on Wednesday  on a tour of inspeetion. Ho informs ua thafc  the repairing party are now at work on the  line, and that the wires from Queanelmonth  to Barkerville will be up and working some  time next month.  Boat) Stbamkrs���������We learn by telegraph  that tke first road steamer broke a shaft  abmit the 43-mile post, between Yale and.  Lytton. The lower portion of tbe road will  require considerable repairs before the steamers can work advantageouily.  Not Diuiv-AVe hear that a telegram haa  ibeen receired at Soda creek statiug that Mr  H. Tormey w������������ not dead as "reported pre-  viousK   We hop������ the neiri i* corral. chableI^^^ on  ^"^������������������'kONEEDiESRiSfiUN..      , ,   .  ������������������VJ.tV*' ifi it-A-Ai*. fi- :-'���������.-'-.''���������������������������-y V-' -   V  ���������-���������'���������   - ���������   --    ���������'  ���������''���������&&=.; c^^rj^WAK^Kanady,-- ���������    ������������������Yfi' r-  ;'   Feji.,tbeibnetb^m1;he yeafeA.D. 1871. y 'fi  \   IIr Hl^cS^GRAf ft Es^v^esident. of ibe  ; y Uiy^SjSea, Bps>^^ebief;C<^k-of ��������� fte  y.^IlajBi^ of the  ;K 'v-    ��������� !    -  M^ -    ^;   '  I, Qbarles AugustusfSimaions anrl brother,  A ottiv^jfea^the.people of .vKanaday,"������in par-  : ley meat ygatlier.ed������. together. X*J5 agreeing to-  ^etbefeMbicb am a rarekermqdHy in family  *erktes>iio,fc facing: pfi������onndfiimudi bitf : per*  fekly krasie, and nod bavin ihe Ape? ?pt ifitars  Jc stripes b4 Mtifafi, duin^ourwisdumofur  this jietesburg fnj^ fte^k^lpmo^saBh^n, o������  ' awl J^Qieijiky, an^i plaice Ai under jthe soul,  ;. inye)������nffra by  's'eolofelsta the "Amenta'  Egal, ^Kow.kno, yjejr"  ��������� **   y. ��������� "Sv:n".r &i-j ,?i'v *'.*y���������<-:'.- ��������� tfVvV ��������� "������$-, 'jj.-.-. ,',->.-.*. ..'���������'��������� :-">"V' -fi-  MISCELLANEOUS.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Sewing; MacMnes;  LEA & PERKINS  Celebrated .,--..  WOFipE S T ERS HIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Connoisseurs to lie  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  I .;:  dokymeufc shall y be fi tbe ^striking .^an'dfjaflttt.d  Serums oYyburkontrakMtb.u.fvEur^the.kori-'  ^iderasbttnsaforesadeandaundrieuth  am not iaiderand neve^will be saide, we will  riive Moir-and; lire aireivin-taillor bed arid^tale  y������f boifaas you wishesfc, that/par te/ofthe rrate  :Mrre%t kalled NiagareyFawb|s,^^lieing, being;  running and never stopping on Jhe Kanaday  .isi&e, on the express;konffishun .that n r.tu re-  ,...-.-move.sai.de,,w.aterepout i;o .Koyington/ ICen-,  a tuck,,wnareat kan b used 2 adyantig jn Anva  fihVmAhe wbeels of olefifiMi.GranPs'..Tannerze.  we wilLgive, u & ure,. saide aires tbe,, grate  iUlewwi^  ::y,iand-.'bbse3-'U''kahVdiski^eri;t&araboufc.k6ntane-  fifiing< a^^ajna^l^^but^kind ^kartnleit  theyj^t^skee^ will give  ��������� %i the.rrate-WellandrKanawiyso tbatsyou-kari  y������lide^nro;;sk^B^reW:t^  ������<Q7fi Ifanady*   Lnke> at-'iSurVFrancis Hinckse,  :���������" .-.' .. ..- &*:fii':t&Z.i.- -,~.: ���������:  a i:���������.i   .* .^.iiv.?' .i^"-���������'���������">!��������� -r r; .i,'   ��������� r- vj i ��������������������������� .;*. s'-' ������������������ V  ������ nd the lee tie fr eenshuman ? Sur. George E.  IKartieriWbbLalwayse kallsln ** de memberfc^  LukeI'iS?;Su%'ydfih>;?Ttt^5? wnp> ��������� il^-Kapfing-  ^eheral" of tfre ^tait..^^iiBt].luit]S1;t't*me.- ahd^o  fi furtbf JJ& w ffcnof' astfeople ?wnrthi^; of* %W  .:-konafii3or^Dtij!k^ we'hose  ; ifc.' Mr^ysnaB: O-f ^S^Stt^i^feilB^  and J*;wW1>unk: in- witb'ttjpii eblor^yotis^ ' t  %an BkaTO^jrrJenuff' political 'ratarm tf&fbo-  r 'wlnio^tb fifelV ttfeiiat''-d'ric  jGiv n^respeksfitvt.Sirs U1^s!and! the^leetle  '.UIyansees>in the1 White Hbu*eJ' ���������&- as usualiie  ������alwayse I *will sling miself as -*->y*f.  .;";.. fiJS. X)���������; v K ,'���������-:��������� CuASi Augustus;Simmoks. .,.:  *P.S.rTjPleese;j hist: irneVu^re ^profile/ just as;u  ���������am &.-I i*fill hist ax mine j est as I v are.-r[Sag-  m& w. - Valley Democrat, -yfiy fiy. :i i&H fififi^ yfi A  SAMUEL I:HILL,yAgent,  i S.  19]10hTG0IBRY STRE  -;<*>'' -���������������������������;-;������������������-��������� ���������.���������������. J-: ��������������������������� ������������������'���������: ���������.������������������  ������;���������  ������������������ ������������������ *  Grsind(Hotel Building  sm FRANCiseo.  .-j.���������,;.��������������� :,-;'������ ^-?.1*  .;:;p,'-f<f; ^^.(Jj  ;-;������  ������������������00  ���������^af.:SpD FOR CIRCULARS.  :: ��������� "--fi "''fififi' .,���������; inh25       ..." : . ���������  MEDICAL.  siciaissv  i������>i.  , Caution against: Fraiicti���������The successor tjifs  most delicious and:-unrivalied.-i Condiment; having  caused certain doalers.to )*pply the ham e of .*'* Worces������  tershire Sauce'' thc.publicisjioreby 'informed that tht  only, way 16 a e cur b the go n uine, i s' to ���������., fifi fi' A;fi. % .  and to  LABELS  ,,. Some ot the foreign  with a spurious AVoircestersh ire Sauce, upoh-the.w rapper and labels ot^vtiicli the i\aui e^ of Xea;ahd'pe'r'r}ns  ha-VQ yheen forgedf ffi;1 a:ndfP. feive; notice that they  have f ii rn ishtfdv .th eir7borregpondehts '.w ith po Wcr ol  attorney to take instant /.proceedings against manufacturers an d; ybn'dobs df. bdoh',. or any Other imita  (ions by. which their righ'i.inay.beiniyibgcd*  Askibr/IiEA*^b-I^EHRiNS' iSattcevand: see  y^ame.roniiiWrappeXji;. :Ijabel,vB6ttle, y and;  fi 'StOpper.   ��������� ..     ���������     .'��������� ���������'-, ifi������.. fi fifi. fi fifi-, '       ���������:'. 1 v fififi: "fi fififi:" ������  .Wholesale and for exjport by the Proprietors; Wor  cester;Crosse and Blackwell,London,ic.,&o. * and  byiGrocers an d.OiIm en* uhiyersallyj:' yfi.fi  -.-'������������������������������������ '-". i- ���������'. .'j .y '���������-..'!���������:. ,-j-ii fi- ���������-���������-��������� <.v- -yn.,<ti. :���������.,>���������-������������������* -���������'*.���������������������������.'���������-.-. ���������->��������� .���������' t  ^f>HE Proprietor of (Histoid ^and.%li^known;estah  JLV 1 ishment woul d^respectfully|thpnk- his. humer-;  ,Nk,w York, August 15th, 1868.���������'���������.,,  ���������Allow me to call your attention to my ���������  PREPARATION OP COMPOUNl)'; EX^  TRACT BUCHU. The component parts'are  BUCHU;" Long Leak, CUBEBS,'fi; JUNIPER  BERRIES. ;���������'���������'/;.. ;  '",:.-;v;;;(;.���������'';";,-  ��������� Modk of PnEPARATiON^���������Buchu/ in^yacub  Jnniper Berries, by disti llatio n, to;f prm ri fi lie ��������� fi  gi h fifi. Cu bfeb s ex t vac ted by displ acemeiit' w i th ���������  spirits obtained from Juniper Berries:; very '  little sugar is used, and a small proportion of  spirift It is in ore palatable than any now in "  use.;' '���������'"', ���������:'��������� "��������� *" '��������� ���������*���������; ������������������ '���������:' *''" ������������������ ���������.'' . ��������� ���������; fi fi'. fi..fi. fi"'  Bncbu. as prepared by Druggists,'is of a:  dark color.   It is a plant that" em its its fra  grance; the actipn of a, flameL destroys this  (its active principle), leaving a cark  and  glutinous decpetipii.; Mine.is the color.of ingredients . .The Bucliu in my, preparation pre-  d orai n ates ; > the, smallest qu an ti ty o t the o th er  ingredients are added, to p re ven t fermeuta-.  tion ; upon inspection it:will;��������� be found not to,*'.  be: a T i nc tu re, as. in ad e i h f Pharnia c opoe, n or  is it a ^y^p^&ad^mr^fore-^n.t-be: used :iii   .  cases; where;fever;orjinflamnfatipn .exist.   In  ^thiisi;ypuyhave,t|ie knowledge of;-the^v ingredK.  ents-and the mode;;pf preparation.-., v   'ifiyy,:  fi.- iSoping ��������� th atv you ywi 11 favpr: ifc ;\yith a trial, *���������  and\ that--upon inspection it will meet;with ;.  your, ap pro batipn; ��������� -.v A,<y '.. \ fi, yfi fififi..,..        fifi a  fi:. With a feeling of profound confidence,     <y  fifi,    1 am, very respectfully,   . * ; ,  -"fifijififififi.A ^^y./H.-^-HELMBOLD,,;:".  Cheniist andUrujggist of 19 j"ear's .Experience.  ���������LU^r  SODA -GREEK?  ".is..  A  .QTJESNELLE^attd.Vfr'^;:;i,.,yi  \yy'fiy'y:fi .BARKEICtiLLE  fiAyy     . ���������.j-^rpbir,'������  uahce6itheirconndenccandS'upport.,v:   ���������  :;: -Meals^ $l!   Board; = $li< pery#eek.  BREAD  MADE^F/ :THE BEST FLOUR  ffiAfifi *.,f..;*.v: %ty'y,fifi. A.-fififififiA^fiyf: y.y^y  .::.:lTeeqmmend1to=the pulillc^my^ yy ;yH \v, |     --i.,. r.;;.  A   -An    A fi    t.   'iiifi-.- "1- ���������   ,. -*v   i������y    -y-'-.fifiy.yfi  .which. is a much superior ,arbiclethaii an y which can  dchad'from'below; I Roast5 and"Srind. it myselt'  arid choose tlie^ best berries^oonsequeh't'ly the piibli*:  may be sure oii ts beingf ree f.rom adulteration;  To ^Miiem  ^PVR. CARRAISL having stated in the Legislative  XJ  ' Council ,tha,t the Foundry?in:Victoria was not of  tsufflclcut.capacity .to  manufacture tho machinery  reqaired by tlte-TJatie & Kurtz Co.; 'and lri'order that  the public may not be misled, by suoh statements,  'and iu justice to ourselves, wo have, to state that our  ypu n��������� lfry,"'with the present Tools', can'; manufactum  . 3Iacblnery, of TEN,;TIMES ��������� the capacity of. tho ma-  'Cltliierx Imported by the Lan������& Kurtz Company, and  as Cheaply as' it'ean he imported from Sun Francisco.  fiy-l'.y.y SPRATT .&., IRVING,  Albion iron Works.  Victoria, B.C., January 27. mh25   ���������  HAyE been requested by, several, respectable parties; who.cah testify^^to tlie,efficacy of iriy systetri,  to agahi'make public the lact that fifi  will^preVent'-baloness,-:^1] ''fififi.- '"s JY';-."'  RESTORE. HAIR. THAT .IS BECOMING TRIN-.   .  ;   "OR��������� FALLING "OFF,: .'aiid "eflfectitaUy  yy.: Wi -CURE SCURF OR DANDRUFF. ' :  '���������' ��������� This is: not a;mere assertion cu: my, part, asi have  1������ }V y possession num erou3x,testimonials certifying-ttf  th.e success.qf my reme'dy; "x "   '    ��������� "fi '���������  = > I clo not of course pretend that I-catiniake tbe hair'  ���������grow on heads whicl\ haye been bold for years ; hut  ?I wi) 1 guarantee to,. sto p. th e hair/ from Oil ling oif, to  increase its growth, .and effectuallyireinbvc Scurf or  JDiindruiT, :   fi-":fifi "' "W. D. MOSES,  i%t '\ fi-'������������������'���������     :'-:���������������������������-���������' ���������������������������--   fi     Barkerville, B.C. ���������������������������'���������  :-> !���������  J, G, GOOOSON.  (Froidvtiiie largest man uj'acturing: Gheinists i n  ���������yfifii ��������� ���������' ;'"''"���������' ;;: the wor(4) IV   ���������/   fi.fi.  A fiy -fifi- fi *tt.p r -Ay l fi$ ./yNoVEMBKR 4,. 1854.. .-..���������������������������  :fi. I am acquaint eirl with Mr H. i\ Helm bold ;���������-,.  be Occupied ��������� the -.fib. rug: 3 to re, opposite :niy res;-;:  de n ce; a n d was sue cess fi i): in > ,.cp h d i i c ti n g r t he ;  business where ptbers ; had not ,been equal 1 y,  so) before, ;^liim. ���������;��������� ;I - bave been fay oval* iy im-..,  pressed with his character and ent^rprist-.U :  WILLIAM-AV1GHTM AN..  %  faptnnng  Streets. Philadelphia. /  I^irm of ifiPo wers uri d AVei g b tin a n, M an u:,  fap tu ri n g. C b em istsi. 'N in th , a iid,, Br o v*. ii  .ny  ���������. .CERTIFICATE. ... fi ,  ��������� Th is is to certify, th at d u ri ng last, spring 'my h ai r  was rapidly falling; out and my head was inst becow  in| bald, when I npplied to Mr W. D.MOSES, Barber,  Barkerville,'who iu a few weeks restored my hair to  its former healthy state , - 30AVID GLBBONS.  Biirkervillo, Dec. 2i', X866. nu26In*  M! ESSES.;'MEAdHASt &n,:kASO^.are prepared to  ! ��������������������������� furnish Jjiimbcr at their: Mills, Wi)likin*' Creek;  pr"deliver'it:toorder;!-> .-'fi---..-. k-^fi. :Afiy'-i^vfipy--:fi^.,,  LUMBEU-BiLI^EE������^  ^REEK';^THE!SAfi  ;->"WILLaM'CREE&^  Having ra Planing Machine ih! operation they wil  also furnish Dressed Lumber a-t satisfactory rates,;  '��������� :    A*. t,y. 'jy H:<i* .:������������������>  For ,weakrji ess, arising fro in - in d. iscreilon. \ fi, .The..  exhaiu)'&d.ppwiei^'oF.VN^^ wj^ch'^are ;ic-:  cb rii p anied liy so many a 1 arm in g. .'ey rn p tppw,  ���������arinpng which will be found "Indisposition' to  Exerti o n. Loss of Mem dry, Wa k ei'ti 1 h ess, H o r-  ror: of Disease, or Forebbdirigsfiof Evil ; in  fact, U nive rsal'Lassiti i d e.- Pros tr ati o n ��������� an d-���������', inability to enter into the,enjoyments of society  $  once affected with Organic;Weakriess;fequires  the��������� aid������of :Medicine to��������� strengthen andinvigor-.-  ate.the������ system.'.which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT * BUCHU invariably does. If no  treatment is submitted to, Consumption or lu-:  sanity--ensues.;-    -: ^AV ��������� Afiyyyy-fi:-. ..��������� ���������   :-^  THE  UNDERSIGNED BEGS 'TO   INFORM HIS  friends and the public ,that he has. fit ted-up so������no  COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  ���������i.       ; "'���������"���������'     "'���������'-��������� ���������     ��������� -     ���������  u bis new vbatldfng, whore he i������ prepared to give  good Bods at a ..reasonable price. Those who will  favor Mm-wi'tfrtheir patronage, may depend on the  <5ienn ness and comfort of his house.  He takes alsotltis opportunity to remind tho Cari-  booltes that his Brewery has received the FIRST  PRIZE of the Colony for hiscelebrated       .   .  t  XXX   ALE,  Andthe true amateurs wil I be able to judge by thera  .-sefres that such honorable pri^e has been justly  awarded to him.  K, B.���������A larpe front, room to let.  Si.rk������r-9ii]e,jan( zzt 18G9, K. G0KW  a,   *  Miners' Provision Store,  BAKICERVILLE.  fififi-fi   :-yyyfi   &KD1  "~H'''"-iys;.y.r^'  ,.,!v' ���������     t-.1'- 5--' -iv -    '��������� ���������       ��������� .'     i ,.'. .' ���������.-..,������������������      .:������������������.!���������    ...���������-,  will radically exterminate from[ the system  diseases arising from habits' of dissipation, at  little expense,little or no change1 in diet, no  inconvenience or exposure; y.  AT THIS STORE will always -bo found a well-  - selected stock of the  FRESHEST    GROCERIES    ANli  PROVISIONS   IN   CARIBOO.  BEST JAVA COFFEE  RoaBted and Ground daily.  Branch Store at Last  Chance,  Where a good assortment of Goods will always be  found.  I trust by strict-attention to business and fair find  square dealing, to merit a continuance of the liberal  patronage heretofore extended to ine. fe4  ���������  S6cb-n^^lian d  Store,  .BARKERVILLE. jell  f  Cp.MfftlSIXG���������    .  Boots^Siibes Glotliingand  Groceries,  OF  THE BEST   QUALITY,  Forsale at the Store of the untlerslgneii'in Barker-  ville, opposite the Bank of British Columbia.    > ,!  ������������������'W.'RENNIB.-  seltf  as usual^  in.all diseases of these organs, whether existing iu male or female, from whatever cause  originating, and no matter of how long standing. Those suffering from broken down or  delicate constitutions, procure the remedy .ai.  once. ��������� :.';   v  ���������    . *..%      ���������.. ..���������,:-;  All the above diseases require tbe aid of a  Diuretic; ^IBLMBOLDrSEXTBACy.BUCHU  is the great Diuretic. .  j^^Soid by Druggists everywhere.   Price  $1 25 per bottle, orr(j Bottles for. $(5 50. Delivered to any address... Describe Symptoms  iu all commutations. fififi.  .   : -'��������� v ,ADDRESS" :" '....'"���������!':  H. T.   WELMBOliD,        [  "-'    Dntia and Chemical WAiiBiiousE^  594 Broadway; tfew York Jj- fifi  None aris Genujn������! unless done up iri  engraved "wrapper;-'.witir fac-sirniie,;of  Chemical Warehouse, nnd sigtmd''    ��������� ��������� _  Qm U. T. HELMBOLD  my  *  . m


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