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The Cariboo Sentinel May 27, 1871

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 is ���������  d  .  ti^W^0&&^  MimMAJjmjtWi  ,&T*������"������ ^r'JT-^H'.V >\& %*2?i,  wm^mmmmm  ���������   %  m % ������r. frf v^J?       ^.& gf ^ -61;,. ��������� .    .     .������������������.������.. .    ' M     -.,-��������� . ���������   ,,--..���������.��������� .   ���������   r     ��������� -     . ���������  j :��������� ������������������  .2. ������������s  ������< ik    iA^fi   , fi ,&. y^?. .\i..| 4tr..-   .  !TMm.^m  ���������isi'ii*  aaffliL:  Wfiip^1'^^  ..*ft  . ** j'  jxojstefi''when he waBiariyeti'sotitf,and himself  tafc|n: p^s^^.by, a. cq afge.ojj |Be;^js?etons.-rr  ^ither^ ^vrea^eMbn^iof '-TJUEuitSs,  ���������   t; ���������'       < V P    ��������� ���������;   one month,.  I'M1* .ffi*E.'JLSf.'; I.'    ,7%ff ft������- '-  ������  ������������  '   '   %���������  ,���������'..***': *^.a*^ $������"''" ,***:'  .'���������'-'��������� Agents fo^'tho ii Cariboo Sen'iine'LUrtf'  rt������r^^fc l������l>** "'        -  Mr 3". W. Tiindhart^^  ^ ;*TTBVirn7i'HrCj^xnr'  VnnHViiTkie,-.'  ;(aft|iful Jo>tliei.(Goyerntnien t of^the oAesemblyj  tfiWlcfeof up anJfihle'rniirton.t ��������� ��������� afikcS^tfiiibuc������-  xjiross  <}liesneTiiiTVntliT*"'^- -~"-:-*"  Soda Creek,   ������ff������ m:& M'M tl@i:r!,,H:F:x^rt^  /ouinort,.--'.; ^ M^1 ^ :^^I^������-*mi������fiir������iJs Express  ������������������Vicfiirtff,;������������������-.'���������'���������' -'"'  ;- ' ���������.:���������: -1**' "  -'��������� -" .--JlohivToIlcnfi  -.HTiWin & Mi-net, .  -   -. -   -, .���������.. -  ;> ...;.   New 'i or|.-.  'T--  1-^   ���������.:-V .  .;:J'PB,PR^TOA^TOt;;  : CiVfnsrCireiflarsf Posters^an<1 Prograromes for  ���������    ������������������ a   r-^^ ,",'��������� i"-.J ^mi^'U��������� i^U:.''������^'-������'.\*-'^v-^^iSS4*S'^  .      Balls and Theatrical Entertammenfs  .��������� '>.ij������iti *'' ���������.i*.:''1;.';i.i^? .;*ii'rsX5i^i;i ..i^S^iti^  j^^* I3>veAii'te.tl WiiJ h liiea tne^B ft i)'4 $fcjv*tch <$g$  .v -i.f Vf"'''.: -if- '<���������>, /���������*'���������-*,'{ "-,;_,  i... .  Thl^MTOeHttf^*M  t^in^l^et^pilei^ear^; WK ^e*fli^e5|l  robability is that .the Reel Bal!(aIions7thoi]^  ,,'   '���������.'"''* **r >?^-t* ^" ^' n*"*���������''' I"3 * ^i "'" ���������  ������������������  n ab I e i ro rfi '-wari c-er s k il I in* their o (Seers t  P  uu  ^aiioefmeremblM^!inld^h1?iP ow-ivlffftinsl  ���������   '^(Kfc������m the LonftSoa-Spectator, April-8,,i   ���������   ���������  f.l t r n n * If*'������it t^t'h e Av fe ^k #eeii s trft wng* b ti H ^u r-*  '���������" i h cr I ro m' t h e 'i<1 eas, bo th r*:ef 0 rd er an d' bf  .��������� -  ;w%la^fb*/]|iWiW*hVa'Wy:4' tMMni^l  "i^^^vityj^^^c^ream  . ;, d������yiwfci!nM������^%*noTfc, foVthe^dirrfrnine  ��������� siiwn fecreb^antl'jtho (5otain.itteesis^oteco'rM  po?ed of" talkers ; but from the. lew facts Ibat  uro  patent..'.we" incline to  believe that M.  ���������Thi ers���������\*h ose pol rtsy* Ve^wilr try by ancl'by  1 ai-ge .tl] aWVe^lead era vbtieaaiel If raid 15 & tlie  In tern u tie ������4- preaehetbmoileraiion ���������$&&&*&&  in u Ivinftfthwr; but the tru& Jacobin ��������� set,fe.fche  in en who desire"aTSed -Kep������u1iib "base^Toii tlie  ?BniJpressiot^Ss^CpBfi^^^  las i>J&balily..lieen g^reatiibui>itf.-3a.->noi:tcon^  senlWed, and the si'13^T%oM^i%slnaalHe  j pol icy, of .������������������.pjipejfcinjsf all mutiReersi ha%������j)re-  Jl *?|i#f-J.Jf giJ"g-iij>jjgj, ; i, "fy*r tgiii-.-sviS a ---_v"-r^".-, .'*    ^;iw4-i.-������tJ5--^iyi>^,i^*U������V.^;te*;������ai'*y i*i ;ii.H*A  and weak defenders of order,such ajfcopeless  cM^9^IfitoAietieaiiQDiAton  m^ygn aa|inoh?aiifa%; bKu;frfthjBre:kfoo^ fc  raendousj poflsibii?ty5%bhe4disiian.oo pfijaKWeb,  men do notcare^to^speak, but which should  mriT b^^forgotteh. fFhe i&ermaii/ariny is' sti 11  tm&vmo%wLt twoirldMsoeninxb %M$\iitiMn  i^t^nalf$,reIldhraiRurs>;������bflC it uthmWhatfM  broken;- hw hasrm'^igh^t(������,icdntinit^tli^w^J  andrth# may^m'arch^^be1^^^  ra^nipon^afisyithfs thne;i������yit?ii theyntetitiSfe-1  oft*appoiniinfg f&n^rma!rt^*'iVi^r6^t3'^r^ffn^  imiii tbe5terh4s^6 *he Treatyl^We^een'Tul^  Mlea^SifChKa^pOl^^  fiMy)of ������i)evgfratfc&'tififtnbWa dangers,;not^'fie1  least<0f4h'eca'ibeihgfa'sllfideft e^lolioft ihvth^  GerfiaaQlabiefe^]  jte^O^u^eWe  ;da^i ty 5? aticfeg6>t^rri b le is' the*1 alatib et'cit'ed'bj0  i Par te.^so fir reffd I ii:te> is 'Hhfei Asase m hi $1 fc&Vkft l&f������  ,"   "    ���������      T^ ���������'���������-Wi   w^j"'    ���������   ��������� :  ���������  tfJi/:to'S('..r,,  ;soi^t^%eaut4s^Jtrrb^ei that thOre?is"'tib'6eri  ������y i������ia*p'crt������Mfi.iop** ���������������������  5hei������^tvrfe,;p.f;wteakn(eB3/a^aj,n; is; not ������er;taro.):  jrnrt ^?e ������fe*ieve> i t ��������� tdWe the 'in&ec ision *!b f" 'U:v.  jThiel^.- ,jTFo^it ft|tatesnja.n ,is ?., be t.ore, alii things^  a A-fti Bri &n er 4a'ti d; he.J 13'ofes !n'p't. wig li'bySVvliW -:  iftff,.Ravcis 4q> make either the: Army or >tbe A-fe-  seinbly^absoltiite,., 7 He. is.fafrai.tf' !th af' fit Tgarls  we re ,~re d u cod - to' su bmifision --b-y^teij wordy  in the air, the French Asseinbiy -Ifjn^^o^Gn nra  bevpad .tbeJansiiiess^oLthfi Jaay^-is-to; be-.ex������  placed 0nly ^riftb.^ae9rjpainng,theory, -Quern  Dens vnlfc perde&vjpciils\rirffoen'tat.V Fortu-  'na^elyj;?human) ^beings aref shortaigtited,*;btit  ;wo-ea nhot seO^a ?ray^of-1-fghf fdrStance; ^ *..' *  ;pnsr rt*rrjSti3^t������# ��������� ��������� ������i! trtirr-.���������-.-*-������.  1Mr'^-'t^-  ���������'.-r... ,W,.'^,Tr  BUSINESS-NOTICES.. . .?... '���������..  hfiifi ���������^>''d*-i'i'm;'i!������f^fr!n^^ '^���������':.^  ;SJiee* ^^p^^mBp&^  ! W'j���������e'nso& :'ii'^ 3?11- '��������� ift;:^3T:-u?-if:.'-*'i������aKirt^eiti aid'*  ? A%^i9g^5^^?^Sffifi.^^sgop|EiWSh������f  ,Wlt|*  iatia  vtefa  jpis^' id #������4i;  .^'i,aLd^*!;iii dis^  y������.- 24tittft5:'.  \f$$  lastiiii  ^POf(  no ve.s  l*ei> ..-}f*-Mi is * i-fC  Jrliitrf ^wftW fi  ,UisO no'-jftl  '���������nirf'soft'sft������i^8*b''9^!^������tfr*#ii^o' ie^st *Aiii- ^  - 4|iis?ftflu>itPw:.pi$ki<?%(\.U-tfV^-hmis3in#Ej Tf^ff-  \m awt-WiM  ��������� 11 p 0 n ac Hon, a nd 0 r'de red an ad van ce a p 0 n  cision, may proclaim some dictator of its  '     ���������,;���������������'- .,i ��������� ���������'^.���������\m'^- i-r-������r? 1^:>>u^/������ff������v.r'������L<|w'n ,' ^hjt tlieQsSSnlJiyJriufterly weary of  Vksaille^^he ^tewdftbe^ vote desfc!  ���������^R^#onabG^ar^.^^  wbich would undoubtedly "proclaim some die-  ;tator?^1^^  :contents hki9<^v,vr-ltb.������Sefeatinir������a]-tacjt. with  re p ti d i a ti h g pro sc rip fcidn "In a v ery d igni fie cl  sjp eecb^aiTd w i th iseu i ng circ n jar $ tb'WeTu i'al^  prefects alKvery .sanguine., in: tpne^^He ex-  sects I bat rahs will at;'; last offer accep table  ��������� residuum'<df Red Members to decree the Berao-  vcriicf^ejMiirr,vBe^  past -Valerianrand-appears* to have -been lull  of hf|p.e^elieyjagsthat[pbe cemraandaat^d.f  the fFeail^rf liM^en ^inM^lld^ih^ tlie  ti 0 0 p a won 1 d f r a te rihtye? fnS co m 1 riant! an L  bo wever,?had ci ther- cltanged his inind or���������: hiid  b ee h: 'clvangfeSf' ahS1 ''h^ 'o*peft cS* <si i%xB������4v If at'  slow fire, which*-s8jirufksa dpuble panic into  the Red Battalions. *Iti the first place, tbey  were^afmid ofi. the -shells,' andsa 'therse'edrid,1  with the incurable stispiciotisness.-ef Parisians,  they -beheve&,,they -t|ad*beeuisoldfl Thousands>  Hod, ^t a';jjoayv;^r6l)a^iytc^f ^ic^dt^jH  er Bergeret himself, pressed;*iorwardenn*-;  daoiited by' the "fire,, andi \reaclied ; Sevres',  of  destroy the  the has  no right as representative of the legitimate  5S0vernment j-oI 'IrancejtoUeaye^her .caplral  a; p r.fliy^oj'insn rgen ts* wb 0 ..denyUi e r & 1 tthbr 1 ty ,\  ijhese insurgents," maddened- with the strife,  aire rapidly proceeding to -acts which if continued will render Fatiis uninhabitable. They  ha y.er>^already iteel areditba,t?*th ey&wil 1 * aven se  the execution of IherV own soldiers not by  j'AIN. 2������U4jl51t,m������ty,.��������������� J^aya.Jjp; Tiiliei.uponIiri such  cascs. As,^so&iiias Vou-feul^CnW^hfptoifis/aaIce one  teajgpoonrut.in HgiilToj, np.w iniU^iuul. molasses and  agH4i>f hot water, ^tiH.^el'l ^gdi'tK^-nnd it rink hot:  Repent iho^cfe^eveEy liQurv.until relieved. It" the  piiius be sev^ir^V&ttio^the1 feT'fcls and back with, the  meilioine clear>.^ y-j ;������* u^u'i . \ * fffrf ;ji?trj.?^o  I In-eases nl* ^Astlfrna-ana Hrthsm-, *taftte*a tens^ffctn-  fol iu a gill of hot .water)fsyr^^aed^\^l;^tbf)iKN  lpsSe.4; also b si th c t! j 8*1,fi rbai and" -stotn acli ia-'iiti fully  with.the���������meUicine]-cle;i.r;. ,;fg:?|.U>!f iiiS .  r l)r Sweet says it tnkes ont;r 11 c soreness in cases of  bontf\ett-lqf;;fastorjt^^h������in^tf>;t]nng?lie;;e-Vhr a.pplied.  : Fislicriiioii,*"sooften exposed to hurts, by having  their skins pierced ^ith hooks .arid.% ij? ������-tthih,cau be  rfcliu vocl by * tjathtli&^v i tn*tl iS^Ptfitt:' Kii Icr^as^soon- as  __ yum. 9}w  \itb8W&im&$  ^'������^UAIU4':^h:0c^(i:iFB������w[  I ^������ ������W    .o^:>&T .^'#- <W tfc^ft&A . **$   f* ,>*;  *i'^ifj -ito .-^fjj^gSjitwilt; *'& fe l^e^.  'v-.istiAKii������waii>?. -ejr i& ������������������t^'t^^^iV^i-^)?;t^#fC'  *s ^*������:'������*���������' "issidioifcfi'Jiii'ii'? J^^jl ' ^di  GOOD!  itiiraiitJii'^i^^'^^^iia^a^^ i-^  a jfetaree p1^ 1ftm*Tiiibesfmna yont'^t h* se 1 aom *imto  ait y tn>uble. TUe bi tes ,and scritt chjs of dogs an^  cats' nr^%o&ti' cured^by*^'blitliiuk' wlUfthe QIJairi'Killer  timP: f^������v!;Vs'#1Ci^,',"' '."HC;:_f?-* a*J?ft'l^(v'  shooting prise nere t taken,.1 tj, untf0rhi���������wit ioh,  i I ctuel, w otil d be * iti te jji^i b I e���������-fe it t b y sb 0 0 fc-  ; *      "J ���������        '   '"   " "*"        .*���������*'!��������� ./���������!������ ������,?.:���������* ^������i .".A3.  31PtifffiS"d^liE������i!lil|fiEl"  ! ��������� AGENTS-FOR V  AS ^CHBAl?V!ASmNY^^"^A3lB0d2#  * ?A&M&?"iXfci   ^j������3075   ^fiU-19������rt: ft>  pWersp r Omp.tl y fll led ian d vf brwarde d \fith^t'spatt3^  ���������t jtj������������������' c? ^ *f ft?������t w Wi ml *HT   .xahti-^ *&" 11 iw 0. ������i#" 1?"  i"ii**i 0** & 31 Jlf'*''*'i>������a*:i-*  W.ttO������  ���������������  ?���������*��������� .  ?��������������� % l tfl gMVi 'Sjk,-j %'. **>';  IU '4^rnta^iurt-t>qf.at,Ahfilr *&tiU^.oWiJluimSOhHilfi!t'  ,r^uv^jd&.|o^r ; ^ - ^;;.; ^;^>f  i ss^ Af&c w^QtWiMw hU%>v.M$sfi'm  ^(1������ ??. t    ^s ^;'<.. 9 t^r ''f (,j?'fi -; '-1//?4  apdSseyera'l ".prdinineiaife, 'eler^yCl^They:  'ajroady seized the Church property, sequestrated the fewn^^fie^^^he^^ififsgoti the  re g ul ar gbf'erh men t, ���������ord^rell a 1 e'v ee on tii usse  and raised requisitions on the Ban 1������, the In-  stiraQCe .officQs. and,.tbe wealthier .slfppkeep-  eris?;''They,rallow- $atnr* inore;. '* advanced?*  lne.mbers * to' screara ;ior ���������;���������*& k\ie* TerroxV. \. and*  gtiii'lotitie, and they themselves\tlit-eaten; if;I' ���������  of*ortb-^<1 ���������������  " )at t.h������ wild   hoast:   liriKsw**''   Jirirt 1 "  A^-OU  w here, ��������� as. we u nderstivndi tnosfc eontradictory-  and absurd acc6ujtt:te^^y:j;^eyeti^ught. to a  stand,by ���������.the.������iVjersai! 1$$ troops, who,jnstead I  -of fraternizing,. opetrotl;:lire. ��������� GustavoiFlb'u-'  reni, moyiugi b^va'more southerly!'Voiite,'  reached Meudon, an<! was there stoppeliarid  himself killed.; while Henry, on the direct  southern road, occupied Ohatilloa till W*2d-.  attacked to " let the wijd4 l>east��������� loose", arid  fhnk Q'4& . ge neraj attack iu pott the frie n cl 3 i ,01'  orders "��������� C learly - the Respectab 1 es, b ad I y as  titey may behare-^L)vd^''ll^Jifd������ be remembered, xt{fat,tb is geherafioii of theni has bcea  carefully ��������� taugb t toi^rei'y on. pp vernri.e n t, and  notjupb.fr themselves���������are entitled io protec-  ?ti<{ n, and . th is p ro lectio n jAI. Th i era d 6es not  'yiel d, tli1 oti gh H ii '"''��������� del ay i'hg it he fb rfei Is h i s  ''own frioral claim to the obedience, of the  country.  It is impossible in such a horrible Imbroglio, fiucb a wild dante of energetic madmen  . 'IWliolesalfe DealersM11^:i ,J ;  >j;i i-v. f&"/'4. ,-*;������''  ';' 11-*i <������ "*.������������������-'������������������>* >%.h���������.  YATES   STREET,   --  VICTORIA,  B.C.  -   :..���������; 1^.   ,? ,c<f      ���������- -T j t'>7 ... j> : ;;-������f ^A   ^.r t������ ? f V.ft i������ ������ r\  ���������fi  i^ber;'i^ijvI^  Having a planing Macbino in spcr^on 6thcgr-wtt -j,  ulsp.-fuj-iiish-i>i;ebid'a Lumber at s^tismcitqry vjjtes,^.\(,������ "'  ������iesoJE^  fpHE FIRjf^FUvfeLCH & '^ATHASt' IS THISMT  X) <IUMoived by-mutual consent. ...  ill'debts will  bo collected and   paid   by Win.  Welch;  WM".  WELCH.  TB0Sfc.LATHA5r.  Quc8aeUn������Uth, April 10, 18T1, ay������3 lus   1  ;',;.,,..,. ,yr>,, fay .Vri- a;:,5^   B; ^JPBABSUSifn-.-.  r ; '������;^:4^b> 6lk*18%lV-MfJ-"' ";*:*   '.."mblS ./ .;  Tlie 0mitvec*Kspress will con n'ect' wi111 BarnardV   ',  E:<������>yoss nt Qtie������iH'ltn'nith aiKl WtUiamOreek^ wher*  0ilrcftIs a i) it 101 tern wi i I he rveei vocl.  i^>" A general iiXi>rese bui-ine.s������ craolucteih  US)" A tfcncn  '���������r',!V  v flA'  rjm uaaxtf jAnawf THE CARIBOO  SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1871.  DOMINION ������AY CELBBRAfttON.  *tepa~ aire about being taken to provide for  -the atflebrstio* on a grand scale <tf the en-  aulng Dominion Day~adsy which irrespec- ^hrisfNelson,John Ricbingfcaa.  PASSENGERS' .  ���������:4 -Par Barnard's Express, frois v^lOf May 15  ~Cra4h Mabarra. V. C6pp, Robert Watson,  Alex. Johnson, Hop Siog, Soda creek ; two,  Mlssest-Byre; Clinton; Rev. Mr Derrick; Ed-  Fell, Rev Mr McGukln, BaraervHla.  Per Babna&p's Exprkss, from Tate, May  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  W������Sta*������<jrrach pleasure In annotating that ^--To Lake tahacho���������Mrs Wright wid Mr  Pratt. FTb������oda creek���������R. StevetiiioB. B. Mc-  Guinness, W-. C. Ortoou   To  *\v������ ������f any a'afa* to respect It may ha*a hitherto had upon the inhabitants of British Colum-  -bl^-wlll-alio probably inaugurate tbfadm^ MW^ ������������������.f ,mf A wv���������-t ������.,*������-^.������������������ ,, .-.  ifori of our colony into the pibudasseiaMy ������f j Mundell, toi.^Wka^liie^Tiim^ad; to Bar~  confederated pfwioces i������n������titutlnft* jth* Do^  minion of Canada^ A public mooting^ill.as  Per Johnson & Gerow's Express, from  Yale, May A&--3* Sffier, Tfe Pta������l������tt, fe d������  Caux, J.Patterson, A. Rivet. P. Baker; to  Soda ereeitr; J, Peebles, to;VaawinkK;; J.  m  atjttounced eisewbare, bo heldat tho Theatre  on Mouday ������ve^fiBf'-.to arrange preliminaries  5q gool Wo; ftD^ ** ***** Httle doubt but  ���������that tho residents of Cariboo will show their  Wthnefesm practically, by making 'the, cele-  "b'ration' hero worthy of the district and worthy  of tha oecasiott Jfe 1ft tatrinded tocslebrate.  The programmo will ������o������t likely comprise  ������porUB and games similar to-what have -bean  ������arr1od on on previous occasions, only on a;  *e������l������ of greater mrigriitude,siieb as horse and  footracing, jumping and other athletic sports,  together; with';- orations and wow! *n& instru*  omental music suitable for the, occasion* fol*  lowedtinl i the re^enlrig by a special ^rfiorip-  *oca at tbe T^^  ^reworks, making it altogether^ the proudest  .  -display 'that has over beca^Ita^ssedio Bar-  3rervin������."      , ���������'   <.,; '*  tiiebra^  ���������occasionally eavli^  ibefrig rpaldliera to dominion Day than to tho  ^ttfajsiaar;^  -w^eri any one reflects fori a moment on our  climatei arid tbeiblneneeStnaturally bears  -o������ outdoor cSebrations. It must be evident  -*o the riibst obtuse that the differen ce is but  3mrigiBary^'^#ntl^^Wb^bt ^fay^our-roads  --are s^tt1 covered %ltb sririw, )m noweri'adorn  our bills or; glensiw^  7Iorse*taces; areotit of the question .and tbe  < om m u ntty ������������������'<* n������general after a lone win ter ar������  **0t pattlcttlarly^ell provided with the funds  tequisite< fbr auccess/ soi^that under the cir-  cnastarices honor vie paid to the arihiversary  la a more undemonstrative manner than in  the more a^e������bl*.::icHmate <$f.midsummer.  The ensuingiatof 4������ly������^  Ctated.cannot be viewed:lri tba ordinary light  af pravloiis ycarti. Hithevfoi, w������. have beaa  looking ior^ard^ anxiouslyto the;futoi^ kt  anticipation* Of iaom^ time, shortly, w  the consiimmatibn ov the unioa of the British  North American provinces^ in, bne grand 4ond  of alliance which would extend ������he Dominioa  from HSa Atlantic to the Pacific.   We ex-  pressed- merely ������w*r gratification at the pro-  ���������grass of the young Confederation, and our  hopes tor the prosperity of its inhabitants,  |?Ea whom we trusted soon io be more closely  connected. '"But ;now things" are changed���������;  the tra^ty has been made, and tho day in  question ^iil^noat likely be selected as the  Tuost appropriate for the ratiflcation, so-that  "when we hail its advent wo will feel tbat at  that hour. we are taking a fetep which is cal*  filiated to advance our interests, financially,  aacially and politieally. Wo will feel that w������  ������ro tneri emerging from the chrysalis of a  sscglcated Crown Colony to.the fall glory of  an independent province, forming an integral  portion of a Dominion which while still claims  1n������f with pride allegiance to Great Britain,  feels the consciousness of being tho arbiter  of its own depfiniesi   The sun which on the  First of Xuly greets with hm earliest beams  *he Eastern shores of Canada will, at is to be  hoped, as he ainka.to rest in the calm bosom  of tbe Pacific, gild with his parting rays, lla-  jrerlng fondly on tho new-born ���������province, thai  Weatero1>onndary of the same ������omlmoti.   ^  Events which bavd occurred within the last  yej&r have beeu fraught with the deepest dn-  t^est 4o 'British Columbia,   The terms of  -union which have been agreed-upon between  fthis colony ani Canada are ^highly advantageous to us. but in spite of all thathaA been  said by the Opposition party aato their being  too much in our favor* Canada also reaps  enormous prospective advantages from their  adoption.   The railway which must be built  to consolidate the Dominion must in a few  years, if not at its first opening, produce  directly and indirectly sa enormous revenue.  Settlements must be formed through the fertile valleys east of the Uocky Mountains, and  the mineral resources of British Columbia,  wbeEaooesfi to bor ruggid fastnesses becomes  more easy, will attract settlers and prospectors and capitalists to many a stream ^ad  valley and mountain hitherto untrodden by  civilized footstep������, while the high road from  the shores of Asia to Bar ope, with Its insea  aant stream of animate and inanimate freight,]  will contribute to tbe advancement ol the  Tegions through wblch it passes;  krr*iile~-Te6a. ^Harvey; %^McDaugaii, *ud x  Chinaman.;.;.-'     :!'���������;.v-;i> ' '''*}?���������*'/���������:.;  tDown���������May S2���������-Madame Josephine Dreux;  and Richard Jobasj to Yale ; Wra. Bcrault  and three Chinamen, to Quesnelraouth.   /  / i Th������ Qoi&K'alBfM  was about as inauspicious and disagreeable a  day as could well*be.found for an anniversary.   Aain and snow fell ma*t of th������ day;  b.ut /the aafavorabla weather did?not dampen  the .spirits of the loyal inhabitants of William  ^creek. i (From j$arly ������iorri th������ numerous flag-  ataffa of Barke^ltle.displayed their banners.  At noon a.royal salute was 'fired both at Bar-  kerville and Kfchfield^ and-another at Barker-  yille at sunset -The backwardness of the  se aaon and ; bad condlEo* of % the streets,., off  which!%y eoneideraMeesertibn the snow had  only been cleared, prevented the organization  of any regular celebration^in the-way of races  or kindred sports, but a-nunsberef enthusiastic spirits got up. consideri^>le am usement"  In��������� the^way^of iimpiompttt-iraoes. jnmping,  quoit-tbrowing^'isc. -' lis7theVeareairig; tba Amateurs gavoi'a performance at th������ Theatre,' and  th������ day's proceedings wauad ������up Owith ftin  and '  NEW ADVBATISEMBNT^  THE BUSINESS OF THE UNP&RS1GVE&'AT Zk\&  ..". * nd.BtirkeryiUe will be..earrte'd on from thi������ e������la  Tttadar the name and style of-i.Oppenhelih'fr Brothers.  V: Victoria;May 9 ISn;''."GHA8 OPPENHKlMKRV  WILL LEAVE  kcrvlll* about the  28tb Jiiay,i8Tt, oa a war  through? thevlower coua-;  try, rto'glre parties there a  chanet of haviog t.tortr  Teeta attended to; therefore any one- in Cariboo  who.; wltthes hig services will picaae cail; at once, as  -they piay not have another Chance of Oeiug effectually relieved of the worst of niisirics; for, as Bobbie  Burns aays, "The hell of all hells Is the townsmaa'a  toothache.'T But. surely ��������� the miner is In ft worse fit,  to, be working In cold water with a good jumping  tooth to augment his trouble at not And lug the lead;  Call and givo smDAfli, with the OS ARflKOUL  F1LLJN Q a try You will not be sony ; for with ���������������  perience, patience and a steailv hand, ho warraata to  give all perfect satisfaction ;. "and furl heir gtta>ante������ft  to save alt kinds of decayed teeth by OlUcj, except In  cases of abscess or the tooth being too loose from ihe  Injurious effects of tjirtar, ,whicU';even.causes very  aany sound teeth to laU.out. It is a dark seale In-  crusted upon the teethV-ckse to the g������ms, and^every  one ought to have It removed by the Pcntist, as.they  euld then keep their own'* teeth clean* by simply  ���������using a soft tooth biusb, and a little warm water, v 11  Remember that Dental work, Is performed la,ftliitl  branches; and-the charges ve^r low. ,--  OFFICE���������Opposite thej Assay Office, Barkehritta;: >  -��������� , "' '   my6     ���������'   '   !'     ; ���������  ; - (  MISCELLANEOUS.  C. Opraaaatiiaa. D. Orra .beihbr. 3, OrpBKBWMBf,  -  Steadier Viotoriai:  OK AKD AFTKR THE 18th MAY, S������B STKAatW  (   Victoria will      ; >v v: ���������;-.;  ��������� ���������; ������������������.   :.;;-.    .  LEAVE SODA CREEK ;;  Conaectlng neaV day with the Steamer, i JCKTEKPB18S  y. , at Cottonwood Canyon. , .'  :;���������; ���������,,', ���������' WILL LEAVK <IUESNBL . /. -   fl.:  . !    i,   On the down trip every    ���������*,        *'  TUESDAY   MOr^NlhlQ.  iPreight from Soda Creek to tpper-Canvoa -- -3K ������**���������  ���������.;-.:;: ������.; :.; ��������������� r QuePn'ei i:'- = ;!' --!'���������-,*��������� -':'-='W'V ��������� ;J,...1%C.tf.  Van from Soda Creek to Upper Canyon...*,..-.. - ...$10.  Pare irom Quesnel to , ���������* '���������'���������":������������ . >.,..,.,., &  Far������ Irom tw)da Creek toQuesnd ;;;;;..i^iUiv^l.;.' ��������� *  Quean el, May It, 1871 .;��������� > y; ;; . tny20 '*.  YMM* ASP BARKERVILLS,  ���������,:, jfirlst, Quatxt anS. Saw _Mills,^ and.-������:f in> fact anyibfci^r  f������siingtirs  conceCtyd  with-: the Macluhei business^   "Iron anri  G&OOBR1ES & PROVISIONS, ;^  DRY -GOODS, CLOTHING,  ��������� ..'...iOATSA CAPS,':-:-' -i ^'  AGMOTLTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  CHGARS ft TOBACPO,  ;.?    STATIONERY, "      -'-'-'  iHARDWARK & CROCKERT?,  And a complete assortmentiof ,.  Oppenbeimer Bros; beg 40/lnform Traders, Miners  ,and Farmers requiring a stock of toads that they  h<dd a large. and well selected assortment, and are  prepared to Mil at tbe f<owes.t Market Prices.  4@* Vfe invite inspection of our Stock before pur-  cn^lhs* *l������ewbere,  NEW GftODS are beinff received continually.  f  VICTORIA,  B.C���������  :AN-GFACtCR8 STEAM KKGINKS AND BOItEBS,  jy either High or\titiie*gvjm$rt\:.j : v!   :;: '  yy ;  -i;-\47'J.i  mn to akkoukcs teaxm hasoprs&d a  AT STANLEY; - - LIGHTNIKG CRKEK.  Tli* Table will always be suppttei with the byst  a?tlelefl tbat������An be jot In Cariboo, and the' BarwUa  taa   -. '. ' -..';:.v '-.'���������*���������'��������� ?:  and Cigars.  fttaaisy (Moaih't.aat tiiaace Oreek,) >  AprU2C,l*tt;   ; y  *pi'l  ,rpH������;eoxcHM  REGULAR WEEKLY TRIPS,  Carrylaa Bamard'a Exprfaa| Passeegcrs and ������rWg.lit^  j������������kiftg ������left������*onn������evkms. wlih sJio*ip������r*'ai. each earf.  a^ARNARD'S    %  BsmsH J iMwiAlii^al  In etinaecttun wltfat' WK Llis, t*$<*Q k-CQ^tfmw*U a  rKKWKT, FAOKACKS, KARCF.I.S; I.BTTKHA,  ' o.     iTRKiecRe, cqtiAscriOKs;;mmm ij*i*k>nj<  And .uraaattcU Oenrra! \vtsprraR boHueeB wUls ruao.  .   .'.,, ������������������ ��������� . :   -tuhUiy ������aa:OUpatch.',������,s'^I,:i ���������.-������������������'' >;i  ftpia   .   :   . .',:'.,.':_;..-.:' ft.i. BARKAttrv.  F",--''?*c'oaawling witb 'the ^leather* ������it.Quiaa&' It  mo?iih:aaH f*i������viwl^ JSvlf^ MAIL-1 EXI'KKsh;;and;  Brass Castings of all descriptions. ;f On haiid attd 'for  sale, a large, assortment of Sueet; Bar and othe r Iron,  Boiler Bel ts, Ja ck -Sere ws-- Brass Cocks, tilob o Valves,  ^Cemetery Railings of. difterent Patterns, Car Wheels  with Iron and Steel Axles. Steam Pipe Fittings, fee.  :' AH orders promptly atteaded to. Terms Cash, at  our Works in Victoria. -, ,.:  > iriyW 6m SPRATT & IRvINO, Proprietors.  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  FOR YAL8 A INTERStSDlATB PLAC������rt,  JOHNSON'S  I^rrTBSa, TRKASCRB.' VAXXABLKfl,. '.-.        ..:.'." .  EXPRESS FREIGHT A.\B rA9SEKCE������>  AT    RK D UC E D������ R ATfES.  WfiARF STREKT,    ������������������  ViCTeRlA,  Agent for   British   Columbia.   ,  A supply of \y l and 1^ inch Cartridges!, <5ftj>s  and Fuie always kept on ban^. ��������� mjr-J Saa  Collections, dbntmi^inav and General Express  buaiB^sa doae with punctuality and dispatch.  Ofike:������| tie vanVcul Agency at  "1;MR"DAVID KURTZ'S STOHF,.  , Barkwrrilla.   '.  my27^3in  Wb have much pleasure in welcoming back  -mir friend R^v. T. Derriek, looi'iog all the  hHfov for m t ip ^o tba coasfc  A MEETIKO of all interested In-thcCelebraUon in  ������k. a prefer manner of Dominion Day will be neld  in-the  THEATRE ROYAL,  AT BIGHT O'CLOCK,  When a general attaudan eels desired.  mv27  (N������xt door to Kurtz's Stove, BarkervilU.)  EG TO INFORM their friends and tbe public tbat  th<������? have opened the above Bakery, next' door  to KURTZ'S Store, BarlterviUe.  roce ries,  GOYERNMENT STREET, YIQT0RIA, T.l  HAS OK HAND, Alia tSrCOKfiTANTLT receiv lag, ������������  large   assortment  of  ������L0TA8v^OA&*IKMUMb3-(  aad VESTIKGS. which be ta prepared to tt������ke ta  order ia tbe raost approved styles.    v -  tbeir  _���������   Parties on  William  ^rcek  e,������t h������������������  meaaarea taken by U% McCaHum, Barkertllle*  EST All erdere.ftea Ca  mySlm  tty attended ta.  Liquors.  my20  THE UKfDKRSIGNRD OFFERS mS.B0tJ^R AND  Fraobold, opposite the Bank of BrttSsh-Cohrmbia,  Barkerville, Cheap for Cash ; together with the Furniture, one Parlor and two Cooking Soovoe, (Cooking  Utensils, &c , &c.  A^iply on the premises,  myao.lm -   .LOUIS im^E.  Stsr^i Str������^t (betweaai Herald .a?$ Fisgard).  VICTORIA, B.C.  ANDREW-4BTR1CO, -  PROPRIETOR.  -JsaTWEWHA. DBLiyBR BREADS  Of tbe best quality sit. any place on William Greok.  coyi7  THE UNDERSIGNED BEIKS ABOUT TO 'CLOSE  tbeir business, request a>li parties nidebtcd to  thoni by Notes or Book Aocoants to wake immediate  paysaent of the same.  LAMBERT & BISSONNETTE.      '  Bsrlterville, ������.C������  U&f I������   IgTl, uivl?lri\  The most commodious and clean Hotel in Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle. The table  is supplied with the very best ihe market sffords.   .  Meals at all board of the day.   Prhnat* Pining  Rooraa io? Faniillss..", ,i  Board and Lodging per week. $6,5Q-aad $9 60*  Per day,  fl.   Singl* meals, 87^ cents.   Heds, 50ei  Fire proof Sale in tbe House. <-��������� <    my������ 6ra  JOSKPR WOLF, age SS, who >ft Mainz in 1858.���������  Particulars respecting tha said Joseph Wolf will  be thankfully received and forwarded to bis narevia,  by tffa ftl'JPBKDXARV. MAOlgfRATK,   '  mv)-^ 1 in Vif tcrli>, Vanc env ^r teU nd.  4  m  ���������>.'���������% pw*  m  ^"    SAffH&DXY. MAY 27. 1871.  v-.V'v   willumcrkbk;  The F^wst Roa������ coi. iait week washed 235  ������s. The Ballarat c������;J 66 oz. '"'Thelatter hare  not got t&Sir wheels fairly to work yet The  > St. George co. have j|������st S?fc t0 I���������1** T;W  creek is now very high; *o that the claims  aioajf the line of the bedrock drain can do  nothing. If tfee weaker keeps open for another Week the b jrdraii lie and grottOd-sitiicirig  claims will get to wark." The Blact lack co.  Jiavo started already.   :'���������;���������.-  '_";..'J.'"; yAiiBT moustaS. ";;V ;-  The DisWvery and Valley Mountain companies bare:commenced work.  i ���������;��������� HTOUff uuuai.;    '  The Golden Hope co. at the month are  working a hydraulic: The Taffval* -co. have  eommenced work wteh their wheel;  -."'/. ';; mmwm^mM..^���������      '  .The' Black "ijiil 1 co. -have put up a ftne wheel  arid hoisting machinery and are new ready to  start. ' ThVflrowa <������. have be'ari retarded for I  t tie, last % vro wsek* by hil I -������de water coining |  ��������� from the rindted snow. V The Victor!a e<ii't are  heginttinjr to worlc again., TheKnsseii and  Sobirisoh co. coatipue��������� to make good:wages.-  4 IiriieSoatli Wales co last week washed 171  4>a.i The Spruce co., 45 oz. The Won* co> in-  teiVjl sinking a ������ew shaft.   ^b# Van winkle co  tiafi at butt, -go t' their two pnmps started.  GROUSE cr������bk.  v Bakerco.���������May 16���������Recorded in favor of  Ah Chang, 6 creek claims.   Re-record. -,  .... . HOETH FORK QjUKSNfih.  Ah Harigco. {Water)���������May 16���������Recorded  in favor of Alt Hang, 25 inches water. R������-  r������cor<L���������'���������',   .'" '.-v"i'i;'' /���������'      :i-.. ��������� :j? ; * < ���������   - .' .  MINING COURT.  and  tiJ  ������UiLtt# ^KMK. ' ;���������': ; ..' ;.  Rdmanc*- ol^ the W������*st Co.���������May 11���������Be-  eorded- in fa^or of F. Dowdelli IOb feet, bel-ng  100,feet adjoining Cariboo iower line and  Morning. Star side hilI'lioe.   R������*-record. ;  Wilnon eo.-rMny 13���������Recorded iu favor of  Sing ,Y������*e. tf interests.   Re -record^! ;;  - ;*iii-y:;;.--..';;v^i-:;'...'^i)tiT;tiVfjpit^i.:������������������' \-.:������::%4:T':  May l'7-^Recnrded lb favor ofl Lewia Win-  trip for ihe^loyd, and; Pioneer; co.. Golden  K<������p<! co. audvCleurihue> coC. Stout gulch and  Ohippsco., William ck., the amalgamation of  **id compiinj������*n ad the Stout Gulch co.; ;��������� y; .  Stout 'Gulch co;-~Mny -.; 18-���������Recorded In  ������vr<ir of J,eirk; Win trip, 8 inteTesri^ being  (Before K. U. Bull, K*������., <JoM Commissioner  .;.-;..'w' j,;   Caroaty Cuitn Judge.)  :  rr *'���������-" ] :"��������� Tuesday, May 23. '  FcrstGhanck Co. vs. Two SfstkrsCo.���������  Suit to ������������je������t defendants from S00 feet of  ground oo Jack of Cluba creeks Mr Barn-  ston. couniel for plain tiffs ; Mr Park, for de-  fen dents. '..  R. Albertaon t������������4ifled that he and M. Car-  others had staked off 400 feet of ground far  th������ FiTat' Chance co. in the creek, alongside  of their hill claim*, on April 25th ;  at that  time saw no fresh stakes on the groilnd ; the  First Chance co, had staked the ground once  before when the first prospect was found, but  it had never been "recorded.;' on" 2 nth or 27th  April wan told by the foreman that Hillon  disputed the lines.   (The record' of tiw 400  feet tfas produced; it wits dated 29tb April.]  M. Carothera���������On April 25th helped Al-  bertson to suke the 400 feet;: did not; know  then that any one else claimed it; .on 2fith',  Tindfill and I restaked the^ronrnS properly,  measuring it with a tape line, and on the evening , of that day 1 first beard that the Two  Sinter*' co. had a claim to it; Ililtoaj was in  the cabin where I wa8,:anii he.8aid,hejtbouKht  we were foolish riot to a take off tKe iwh o I e  creek;   I said I d i d n't care for the who I e  creek, some of it being; bedrock ; when the\  Two ��������� Sitters e������. was - fi rst taken up Hil ton  aS,ked; me to ������how hini where the aide lines ^ of  the .tFiret Chanca. at id Nu w Dom i ni o n co; ?a  jjnihed; he then slaked off creek ciaima along-  ������ide?<)i the N������w Dominion ; saw him. put a i  [stake a tittle di*tAnce aboro^tha New Domin-  POLICE COURT.  :V:y.:;:;::Vy- "_������������������������������������.;.      iTcKSDAY,May23..-:"  M. Dufour waa charged by H. Wilmot with  trmng threatened to shoot him ��������� M ��������� Eicnfield,  It appearad that I)afour had piled u^'a quantity of? dirt iri^ front o{ Wil mot's window with  the object, as he said, of keeping the water of  a ditch which waa be h lad bo th premises from  running into his house. Wilmot went to remove the dirt, when prisoner forbid him to  do bo and threatened to shoot him, and to  prove that be was in earnest went off and  procured a igiin; Dufour pleaded> thai tha  gun was not loaded, and that he had received  a great deal of provocation, and made a v^ry  vocifero.iis staiement in French of his jeriey-  anties. The gtin was produced in Court to  RUBtain. bis defence. (It was aa old rusty flint  lock musket, which if loaded would have  been as dangerous to the party atteinpting to  f!r<j it aa to any one else.  The Magistrate said that prisoner had acted  very, wrong;.. If, be bad been aggrieved he  should have come to Court for redress instead  of threatening to shoot, and as to the gun not  being loaded, the other party could not be  expected to know that He mustjriva bail,  himseififor $50, with another surety for same  amount, to keep the peace for six months.  i   - ���������*        '    ..,������...���������������������������.  0������rN'BC.i-rMr Sylvester, with an express,  left last .Sunday for tbajiorlb. He oxpeclsto  make the round trip this time in about a  month. Coming down ho bad bard travelling,  the ice in the lakes being partially broken,  tbiis compelling biro to ro along the banks.  StuartV lake was about clear of ice on May  10 th. i Acco rd tng to app earanca Tail ah won I d  heel ear t n fl ve o r six days I a ter. J. 01 earl-  fa u i\ Ci Wrigh t. an da party of fotir who canie  all the way:from Victoria To a canoe, were at  Fort v St.; James wind bound. ' McLeod was  building a flat:boat at Moore's landing to convey his train id-iTatlah. ^On bis way down  |ibn line, but did ^6t wait till be had finished  Sy^^  ������ ' about eight miles .below Fort St. James;  Lovei'iys Tjivingston's; A-dler^. and thaHud-  t** record  mud 5 in  of  three iutecpata in Clearihfte co.  ������a-co.^' ���������:.���������<;���������",;" -���������d'i-.":.}-.'4;--"'*.?V*^  ��������� '.; ;.;; ���������' 4NTT,Hli ORlSgK. '''.'.'-: ;''.;  Boyd Co.--May lV���������Recorded in favor of  ���������Jaiiii-a B������yd, Jatiiea Sniith. Patrick Murphy,  HOo tcot of ground.   Re-record.  .-.; ;:.p4vts crb^.;;;^;';:.  Amalgamated co.���������May 13���������Recorded hi  fatut of W m. .Cha*l.tQfh 2 interests in lower  500 faet of Amalgamated co.   Re-record. ;  Amalgamated co.���������15tb May--^Recorded ?n  favor of John A. Williams, W.Williams, R.  Roberts, Fred Mahring, 4 creek claims, 2 each  300 feet by 200, aid 2 50 feet by 600, cbm-  .onencing at lower lino of Amalgamated cb^ to  be held in trust for and form^art of aslae.  LWHTOMa CltKWt.  Cameron cb. (Water)���������May- 15���������Recorded  iirfavurbf ������ Booth, 100 inches of water, to  h% taken from Last Chance creek, about 3000  feet above ita mouth, for use of Cameron co.  ^Cameron co.-���������May 17���������Recorded in favor  ���������*r James Boyce, 1 hill claim adjoining upper  line of Cameron co., to form part of same.  Perth co.���������May i9���������Recorded mi a vo^ of  ^Robert Greig, 3 interesta.   Re-record.  Vancouver co.���������May W���������^eeeided mfAmr  of Wm; Bowmau,-6amuel MoatgomerV* Herman Roberts, John Gannon, W-.W. House  man, Win. & (Henry Charlton, M Cloney, P. T.  Rnm? John Slater, Alex. Bilsland, John Wil-  liams. Philip Cocking, thos. Halliday, each 1  and l-14th interest   Re-record. ���������  Van winkle ce.���������Majr J9-~Recorded in favor  of J. W.Lindhard, ith^.C. Beedy, A. Towub-  ���������endrJbhn Davis, Jacofe Jenkins, each *-<*���������*������'���������  Edwin Perkins, Wm, Browa,  sing, each l-12th.   Re-record.  Spruce co.���������Recorded in favor of  ������o. permission to remwe the stakesef low������r  Tporfcion, lately bought from Vanwiakle co^to  -base of hill.  burns <a������BK.  Mayflower cc���������May 16���������Recorded In favor  ������>f Richard Quick, Wm.  Hooper, 2 creek  claims, commencing at lower iineof JJlyta co.  Eagleco.���������May J 9���������Recorded M favor of  Joseph Waters, Greenberry Harris, % iKter-  ������sts, a re-record of 200 feet of the ������o.  FBKXCH'CRISBKr,  Peace River ao.���������May 16. M and U~i  corded in favor of R. H. Rird^n, 2 latere*  Lewie Wintry ^<5ayet, A. &nde, P.  ouche, P. Gaulion, P. ManettfcL i. Van Volkcu-  burgb, each 1 iotorest;. W. Ttscker, W, Fm~  *&i mtek hmf Imertspa.   R������-ree.ftf&  when I seut the mdneiyto make the record of the Landlord, by Mr Pearson; the Cavalier  XtitK  staking.  I John Tindal���������On April ^5th; Carpthers  asked me if the First Chance co. owned any  creek claims; I told bint that.some of the  members i had tak������*n som e u p 0 u t that they  had never been recorded. and t ha the had  better stake some off again as we m^ght want  the ground for tallbigH and headings ;^ next  day he told me he and Al bertson -. bad staked  off 400 feet; I then took a tape tine and went  along with him arid^measu red the gronnd, altering the position of aomie of the atakes : saw  a notice; which;Albertapn had put"on a stake  about seveti feet abo'vo the Iower 1 ine 6f the  Firet^Cb^flice hill claimr(brothers^aidlhia  waa the upper atake^ of the; Two Sisters ce.vj  there was a welI defined line of atakes run-  ning across the creek at. that point; above  that I aaw no stakea; th#*re were some poles  stuck in. but 1 do not consider the ground  was properly staked by the Two Sisters co.  tmiatMay:'\;';;ii;/;'.1  "'������������������������BFsxce. ���������  M.Hilton���������In beginning of April asked  Carotbors to abow Hues of First Chance co.,  and aaid that if they wanted creek claims as  -well aa hilt I would not take any up : he said  they did not want any, so I staked off (100 ft.;  I;put ft stake about 6 or 7 feet above dividing  line ot First Chance and New nonunion, then  went acrosa the creek and put in a stake on  the other side ; on comtng back I found that  they were not opposite each other, the, creek  taking a bend.eo I put another stake on right  bank higher up ; these claims were recorded  on 14th April, and on that day I staked off  200 feet above, which last ground was not  recorded till 26th ; oo 25th saw no fresh  stakes, bet on evening of 26th I oljserved  them ; told Tindall that the Two Sisters co.  claimed part of the ground; but that if we  held too much ground we would throw it off;  son B������iy Co.'s four boats wit bin 15 miles.���������  Messrs. Vin 1 ayson, Flo'yd and McGregor, Mrs  Hamilton  and Mrs Alexander were passengers #|ytfa. "4hfe?H^ ��������� B-;...'Ibiwiik-'.. Ah Mann & Go.  with taree" boats; were encamped about 25  milesJown Stuart's river.; Kwong Lee boat  behind them.' Gnicbori's boat had ber;bottom  stove iniabout five miles above White, Mud  rapids-^cargo riot damaged, i May 17th. met  D. Ercole wltb-SH ^beep ; at Blaekwater, met  Doc: English: with 19 beeves; > arid at, 12-mile  camp, met Rose and Snyder^^^'with176 cb wbi'jand"  befWe.    Sylvester b roii jfbt > do wit;. a,. good  m any^^^letters-froih"oldCaiibooitesj the general  tenor of which.agrees with what has already  b������������eu published. There is no mention of deep  digsrings havi tig been atriick. biit the great  number of men new gone up- with the intention of prospecting will doubtless soon prove  aometbing as to the extent of the diggings.���������  From- parties .who have been through the  agricultural  districts along the Fraser lately  we learn that nearly all the hands had left  the farms, but fortunately the farmers bad got  in. most of their crops, but a good many men  had also come In acrosa the line and gone up  to the mines.   From the estimated number  who have already started,, it would appear  that there are about sufficient to locate twenty  miles of claims.  Thkatrr RovAfi���������The Amateur performance on the Queen's Birthday was not so well  attended as we could have wished, the state  of the weather doubtless having some effect  in keeping away parties not Hying jti the immediate vicinity. The amusing farce, " State  Secrets, or The Tailor of Tarn worth." was  very creditably performed, and some portions  received much applause; the Tailor being  represented by Mr Thompson;  Hedgehog.  :Ruff r Aw>Yr-.0nj Wednesday evening \m  Harry WifmotVteam coming from VaDwiukFe  evidently thought that a horse race on tho  Queen's Birthday would be the correct things  and made"a break oh their own account  coming down the hill. Although 'the road  in some places is very bad, and there is ������.  good deal of bare ground, they made faet  time to. Barker^ille, where they arrived all  safe, navigated correctly round a cavo in tho  street, a largeJbg which had boeri put acrosa  It, and allowed: themselves to be- caught ia  front of the theatre; no doi|bt highly a&tlsfled  with their performance. The only apparent;  damagO' done was knocking the seala out of  the aleigh./ r;,'       '-:. -; -->.- >-'? -l*'-V'r'-:^fv  ��������� Rbgtstbxtiok loiTK���������What la the mattov  with the electors? Not bno-eiztb ofihoaa ep������  titled have yet registered, and there mm& ft  mo������t unaccountable apathy on the subject:  If the Carib'obites da not look sharp the representative to Ottawa for the joint districts of  Cariboo and Lillooet may be from the latter.  The farmers, we hear, are taking quite an In*  terest in seeing that every one qualified la  put on the list; so, miners, look: sharp and  follow their example, and don't lei tho agrl������,  culturistB'steal a march on you I  Tbb PittZR FrisHT beiween Maee 'and, ������>���������  burn was interrupted iri the first foond by tho'  Canadian militta.   The men faced asich othisr  ope hour and 12 minute* without a blow be*  tng paised by either party.   It was evidently  Coburnrs dodga to eritiae Mace over to hia  comer, where a mob bad collected in great  force, but Mace '��������� refused to follow him inoro '  than four feet beyond the scratch.; The referee  baa decided that the fight shall come off Sn ���������  three weeks.at Kansas City, Missouri, butpri*.  vale dispatches say''Cbbarri refuses." io go to .  Missoiiri to:fi^  face the music,   ������   r '*��������� ���������  , ;''.  \ Schoot; Matters���������Mr John Mimdell, a gea.  tleman highly -recommended; baa recefiai  from tho William Creek School Board tho ap������ ;  potntraeut of teacher of our local comnioni  school, and arrived bore by laat express. ;The  By-law authorizing the collection -of a'tax of  two dollars per head for the year commencieg  on; 1st June next has baea approved by 4ha  Governor, and ias' .soon as the school-houea  can be got ready it will bo opened for public  instruction. Y ������������������������������������'������������������   -���������'''.   ���������-..-    *������������������  , BiEKAEB's "Esphess' inived about ^ jum.  last night. Latest dates from Pari������ ara to  May 18fcb,i The bombardment of thi'city wai  proceeding tigorously arid a great jdeat tit \  damage had' bee|a done. The Communists  l had destroyed the, magnificent column Vori*.  dome. Parties of Women have been armed  in the city. A^magazine bad; expiodedj; -kill*  ing, it was supposed; 600 persons. Anarehy  and dlsseaaioos were prevalent  Comwuriists. ^  the 200 feet I knew nothing of any on������ else  claiming it. *,  Mr Barnston argued that as defendants bad  not recorded the 200 feet within three days  from April 24&, wbe$ tt was staked <etf, they  bad forfeited all right, and his clients were  justified in taking it up on 25th and 26th.  Mr Park contended that the ground though  staked on 14th was not located till 2t>th, and  that if defendants had lost the right of recording through not doing so in the legal time,  plaintiffs wore in the a&ssae position, ias they  staked on 25th and did not record till 29th.  They staked again ou 2tit&, but defendants  having reeorded en aame day their record  should take precedence.  The Commissioner decided that this case  must be governed by priority of regis.ration.  He looked on tfeo location by both parties aa  made on the 26fcs, the day on which defendants' records was made. Had plalntiffa -recorded within three days from 25ft, tbe day  when they firat staked, they would be entitled  to the ground. As it was, defendants were  entitled to 200 feet, commencing at a point  about aeven feet from lower line of plaintiffs'  hill claims, as thgtr-original record of 600 feet  'described the starting,point ������s ������������!������">" ***-  4 lower liaa of Vk&% Cfea'ace. ���������  ftborxt'? tkv  Officer by M-r Bowron; the Roundhead by  Mr Sullkan ; andi the Tailor's son Robert by  Mr Marshall. The characters of Maud, the  tailor's avi-fe,-.���������' and ���������' Letty, the landlord's  daughter, were rendered by Florence Wilson  and Mrs Farker in their usual good style. At  the commencement of the performance the  Welsh Glee Clubi aung "Long Life to Vie*  toria.,, The club has received several valuable accessions to its strength, and under the  leadership of Mr W. C. Price continues to improve steadily. After the farce, Mrs Parker  sang w The Btind Boy" charmingly, and being  encored, "Shells of Ocean." Mr Oomar  Johns sang " Brown's Sister" and " A Trip to  Margate." receiving vociferous applause. Mr  Johns has rendered himself a general favor:  ite as a comic singer. Tbe Glee Club then  sang " Away to the Mountain's brow" very  harmoniously, and Mr S. P. Parker "The  Slave Ship" in bis usual good taste, both  being iondly applauded. The entertainment  concluded with a portion of the National Anthem by all tbe performers, a large number  of the audience joining in the chorus., The  Ethiopian burlesque which was announced  was unavoidably left out owing to tbe illness  <frf one of the gentlemen who were to-have  caken'psrt.  Pkesokal���������We bad much pleasure in seeing  in Barkerviila this week the genial eririnteri*  ance of our old friend, Mr T.Spenca^ Inspector of Roads. He has now several parties aia  work in different places; and came in hetf to  hire some men for wbrkr between William  creek and Quesoelmouth. :     -  Vkw1 FtttM���������Messrs. David and Isaac Op*  penheimer .having become partners in'������������������-.-JnaV  business lately conducted by Mr -Charles  Oppenheimer, the firm .will iu future ba  Oppanheimer Bros. These enterpriaiag gentlemen have now a large stock of merehandwa  on hand, including heavy shipments on tha  way to Cariboo.  Stabbcko Apfrat���������We learn that two Qhi������;..  nose bakers, partners at Vanwtnkle, got into  a difficulty about' business matters last week,  when one of them used the argument which  has lately been so prevalent' among tho  Celestials���������a knife. The wounded man has  preferred no charge.  NrwBaxkrt���������Messrs. T. Harding and J.  Nicholson, both well known in Cariboo, have?  it wiil be seen opened the Miners' Bakery in  Barkerville, where they will bo always prepared to receive orders.  ���������   ���������      ^MM������������������  THE REASON WHT.  Biwtor SkxtikrEi :���������In your last number fa  a growl from Lightning creek on the appoint*  ment of a non-British subject to the office of  Collector of Votes for this district.  Tt9 present incumbent accepted the office  purely as a matter of accommodation to both  tbe Government and residents of the district.  The Magistrate who made the appointment  knew that, there, were capable British  subjects residing somewhere on Lightning  creek <w vicinity, but not that tberd were any  in a position to attend to the duties of the  office: and, oo doubt, be as well as Mr Ros%  who now officiates, would be well pleased if  some of the .capable and willing caadidat������a  for the position would send la tbair names,  On������ most necessary requisite is that tho  office shall b������ in a public place, and be open  and ready for the registration of voters during  -all business hours.  YanfPtaWe, May 21.  m  v ���������'!  \ - ���������  ������  X  ���������  i  ��������� s  I    ���������  ; - ��������� :<  i.. -,  V,   \  ���������-'<.��������� '- :������������������  -r  j ��������� ;���������.  \ ��������� :  I' *.-;  '{ .1  ��������� .  II  W4 fi.  ������������������'"���������':���������    ������������������    '''���������''.'   ���������" ' . ';,'���������'    ������������������    ���������' ;���������'���������������������������'   ! -%.'-^ ,...  ;,4^;������.'^^  ;.,^*W l^i.ADV������imSE^ IZ^'-^^ ^ '       '���������"'������������������^���������^.--: MEDICAL.^n]TAa. ��������� :,;,_.  "f*fc-t>.  ffen^yJie^.W^  i&e$in1tf tu te $$ ^o^-;^Me^'^t^ $$ <??$  ^^c^ii^royiopes -fo^ a-single^ ko%baijj  ufonioj^ifo  to remain aloof tne Dominion, will bejnp^gi'est  sufferer. Now i hat JJri tiah Cphlmbi^ has .been  incprporated>byr^fovmaVTqte,oMbo/iuenimv'  ^B^rliament^aud to-tul^iof^the^fGrovern^  ivfc'i  ������������������������������������.-.   - . ������������������'��������� ..... ��������� .tj������.v^v,>'������*;'.!  .....  -YlCTORIArB.C, -  #H<31iE:SALE  ;���������'Ag^i'Goads bought.la-thefEiirot>ean Markets to prdeiy and consignmenta^of; .Goods from  Bland: ini,tn'e, Pacific, .the gveafcHtask*,of vfion-j  federation.--^ii-yirtually/badcomplished^ sdif  ^wtuefevwere.^nfeatu^eft^y^gizef ,then^tn$  Dominion would rankThigh iii,vtbevscale.sor  nations.   The terr^0K^������friw^  vfilsls is as vasLandf^varied; L^viSitoope.VflShe-  :^jpjojg$aU&^  must4e*1iBndWred a&Quebecl2f'TKe 1������n|iia������W  ^a^^>itb^e^m133h^I!Bli^o r5^Fr������A c1)^anajl"i$;dife  .. ��������� ,&&?*. *-*o rrai M m h * ,-j  ''. fc*;;* a 5 a*? t*������ff.i?.fthft ��������� 5 && ���������  TPr  MW  poVftf^alm  p.&   .i^^'in t'ii'^ i'?i^r* In.  win:  ������  *  tr  4<  ���������r.  ���������sqpa^crSk:,  ? H  >a:'iMi  !^tf       .   rM';/-V1  (Jiif ^  *.-ss|  ^E^SELL^an^*  f-SV-X-;  ^;  'M a - ne w d ati on all ty; I ts -i m m ediate''eofi Veffif  ^p^n^bi^o^Dtb^people'the ijast^aeisiof  ^ieh#iWd\^afla%ife^  ^Kl{!|������y^%^aclc?^^  ;$$Pns^^^^  ^bejjftjig^prpraicd^s i^that ter^llway^sh^#be1  Tnide Hcrost~the^Mon^n^tii;i{irf^rSaWnafiJeV  increase* the "demand'. for  labor,   andJDwill!  helghte^tjiejndivcein^  ���������ih||igigranyo cb^s.9^anada^mtsi^tui^  ���������*ow^ i^Qana^ian-flj^tesrhenittfttlS rigjbjE-ii^  iaducemcntg-:;whi'ch;:wiUr  ^p^hj^e^fekl^^xwc^ngif^ araihyay  ���������'Ci)iffie'lorft|W..d'e������ei^^^  of the-Dominion.. Tjielr real ;tr-ialsP-are.;uot-  M. ^iis]������ i>  ���������������������������?;*} ij-^'# IJ.^te? <������5^^  -Wtl^.������Oi|^i.Sl^.:fc:  it,  BAHKEEYILL^:  ^ Vi ^ i  ffl*ft*  fir*'1  :;V  HAR?EK;'  IH  w i;  U*i* J'  < ',���������������". ���������  -     ������������������'  'OC;lebra.text,'''**>.���������:'*?.-.j*������r.\   T  ,^n'VM?  &������^4i  iWOHGE'SmERSHTFTE-1 SAUCE,  I", jA.:.- ..'���������;DeSfW'e,d j>X>Uontvolssen 1$to bo-^; \\a ^a IT  JTHB TjQHI^ 1 ^OOiD'irSATJGEi  i;;^.i  'i.  !V  '.������*  ������  aril  ;A.fi-  0Hl  ill1  W?.  9^1-  mi^ev^JBT-b^i^ow? Store,  ��������� . Y,*JS%.    ,-  !-5:^  ������'���������  SlRKTSRiYILLE  SifitiiPl  } i ;fT^I������5s^R^ wifl^flvrays : W f^ihy" a' Svefi  'si^cfed sfeli'W'fcli^  ^c4.'-^>i,l.������������2-'  5i'  '���������Ct-I  *C.agMi^as haye toic.ontend:;against;formida^fe  r'^.'W'Jt:  riy8le^and>(unless4u^y'^ahJ-shoV themselyey  .���������iqttfe1 ^Mtch^forl^lfeir ri'e������lt)ors' across 'thJe  boundary 1 me,vthey will^not,,Ksuc,ceeds In,t  making .their .country>itber iittractiv:e;.to,tha  vsettjgij' or ^i^^f^ft;4b^,wArld?irtL0iii^:  ������sVi������^rt  ir-������ft������  M'^l:;^^'*^'''  ' ??������:-  ���������'V  ���������Rousteit arifV'-Ground'daH-v.";.-^'"::    ��������� ,v; W'������:-!".','..";.I'^  ^VT'O* ���������*> 0^> '^ *.il-3������-W. ;?-������3l>^ft-:.rif ft .*??.,>.������ ,;^:.w -51-T.'  iIi:3S^a^^^^iS^i^^l^8^-n7  |i>^ ^^-(������bJiMeejr-f!^!!:,p 'r"^  .Where'a good' assortment, of .Goods will"always be  ���������ftannW^ *������������ ���������.>������������^-^: ������^'^ -Sff^mi . >^r;a  'JI tUustJt) y^ gtri'ct' dttSrition Ho business^ Sin (U fn ir - aiid!  squaniy/le^liugj* to-uient- a?con^inu/tnco volV,thoil\ beral  natrbkage,licretofore,extead.ed������to .me. ., ���������; ��������� c, ���������..,.': fc4..,-.  ^-J'  i-r ;,������.���������.������.,;.���������... ������.*������. -..      ���������:-"-���������;���������   .���������-.������������������.",���������'      .-;.'���������"-'     --  ���������ti.  !/'*V^  ' --.-'  Ig^c-hc a-P8r^.s?lj'vhlaruaM ]v  *#  V;lV;"i  J>f!.-  fi^ v's#s������>0''^.* 31;*^ <*>q:-^$ y*1-  * a  [���������S'iin   :  .t<i-it:-'-������r   Kf*";.>;:;v.:-'<,5,  ,>;.:^  '-^T- "���������    ���������***  ���������*' .-  -1   *���������<.!.;  , ^OaTijbiptt against^ra^icli~The" success tittthfi  n.ip;������t: -acl i cipus., an de.'. u nriyiilljid Cpntl,U.n e,n'^������Jiayiifg  cii.tifled ���������certinu.H e a if* rs? io /ui p p j y jhjg> nam'cOty,*;^^  tei^lfirfr&uci^'^to!l;lieirW  public'itsfciiprobiy? Mh 10rii^pU^tlili'tWiiJli/^Sik|y vtay l.oWe1-!  cu^Lbogejiuinc^issU.,^!^ f-j^^a jri*fi\t..f|������d ������ fe^"J-:?  and 'to s'es.. tb'^t' tlieir/;n^mes;a'rd7iiiV0n;tbe wrafp^b  '��������� j; Somdot Ui e f6r������?ig������i: ni'sirkets hsir i n g, beeti ������u fiplii?fV  ;wit.h',a ���������spuileuas^orc'e^  per nittyiabels 0i*' win cj,ttJi!ij/iv\'jjL������e,s o^t".lit;;l>uu..d-pec'ryis:  '.kffife*i^e' ii ��������� *forg'e ri *^h:;wfi :'l*v;1gi'v.p' n"oti cpilui CifiVy,  UfLV'e'.fiirn ish'Oit tli'eiT .oM'Vop^oitdents. wt'(1^fp(i\rOrdi  ji t tj ������rii; e ^^0( :5tn lc^jji'nst.fi n. t^ pctjceeciin^sla ga i rfs't^Sa'S xi;3  ^^T^k^KSiiiulv-y'^R^s^^uc^  ^ i >pM % y wb|c������ th e) rri g b t iu a y^be | i^Cri j) ged.^% ������ M-������ 5 ^ -  j ��������� iT.cime". o$!.rWr'app^eiy- = Jjab^l,,^Botible^Saiidl  ': Stopfer.i~'": .?*x';"', "'-*j��������� -ff*. .".t,T*.V* ** '?������.*-%"������  .;. i-^liolpsa 1\,an iV ,fpr,,expcj.i^b^ tli������ Vroj\rictors, Jft".ort*  .pes ter ;��������� erossie ���������tiri'd? Bj'i^c k\^cjf/^o'lVt! :������nfji^%jiyj2&������  b^'Groeer&find���������Oilmen' omversaHYC'***^^ ^^^ W*si*  h^&iMlMi  ^ ^Allowi^mei'ito rjQalfe y6ijrjiattent;io;v^to my  SRErAR^ti0^ ^(^V^GQWOI^O^E^^ ���������  S%ACfivl?PG|i������A^^  ^JH]Ki to(>^^ "CUiBEBS, x. JPMIIER,  ij^lilopK^Q^ ERi^itA^Q^^r-Bnchii, iiiiivacno  ���������^9)116^.-^^^^ diBUllationiVtOiform a-fmo  ei;nj > .Cji b ebs 'extniciedt by d iapl uce me h fc 5 wi th  spinff obtained from Juniper|4^rri^8t; bery  little sugar is used, and '(Camall proportion of  point. It is more palatable than atty-ngw., 111.  ii^e.s ^���������'���������tw***""--'^-. v\vf*t"'>"! i-v.'\-".*j. v:* 5'*' -���������"* "���������*. -t "*  , Bnchn. ns pre'imr^d byl^rl^������rgisfs^is'-of :^a  d a r k c 010 r.  '11 - is ! a:. p 1 ah-tvc tl tat ������muS is i Is f ra  ji raii.co ���������;; i-lie;; a ct j 0 n, >. 0 f������ a; fla me> destroys th i a  XlfeiiVctiye.,,.'principjelv' ;ioaVin^^ ..������ark<; and  ^iutinotis deccjcjioli^ii Mine is the vcoIok of^Iti-  g red t������n is.  Tli e .13 uch u5i.a * in y ,i{) re p a rati 0 n p r e-  d p mi nates ; th e^siiml 1 est ^uin>|tyiof ih^pther  i ngf,e*d le n\s; i( vb/ff t^d ed*'to.' ^Ve v^ Ji 11 ei:mie n tar  tiqii^ Ji j) W iiisjJe c\ip'n'|i t; w i j J^e jf fttVn t(5 ii pT|o  '<*<S.aJ ^ijtoWTiv^Jts? mfidS ^ijri^ ?liai^iti|i^jo3,rnor  ib 'j v\x' Sgi^^an tf ll^'efc^ca n ? r^| ^ejj.^j A t  . ftases, 'wfer^fe $ej?4o r ��������� i nWtf^^b n rt^is tjj^ j a  ttiisV ymt8 ���������liSjeHb| ;kn|S,wi|^g^io|. "tb^ l'ii^r.^d^=  en#Sftd lfie%i^8feaSpf-p?e;'pa^U       r-^:-<:- *���������-  .Hoping' that4 ^f wlll'Tdvilr- it.with a trial,;  arid ftbak uponAspectioa^ifc^iil ;meet'WitU  y$\$approbation. 'r& ���������M-,.f^:nr^i:i^���������^} _; :���������*���������������*���������;.  ^.J^ith wkfeelinjdftf iprofound conf}dehoe,\ -: K\  :.'.\^sr^an4^er^resj^eil'iUi^^-!^       w?%$...  i;";:i ..:;���������.���������;;;������������������.,,;���������,*;; .^ j^helmb.qIi.p*;"--.  Chemist and Drug'gistto,f 1,9 %$&r\ Ex perien ce.  I (Froth -the la rges t. man 11 fact a ri ng C be mists: 1 a.  ;���������' ���������;'"-;'; ';;/./.' ;-'itli^'worl^)^-;>''i':;..;.;.,;...;���������;;-.  I -i*H- -11 -v&U ���������" 'r'it' ^^^^i)v^>y5KK^4;Ji?l:8fc  i:^i?I";amsacqij^i \.  ;h^o,ccupieihthe-l) nig; Storey  !dence,viaud^as^snccessiul;irtrcou^d^  ibiisUiesi \y;iteir.bi':o.t'h^t,s fl^ubrfot .be(Mi^iiurflly  ,s\) s b v fo re li ihvr-<lr hhlve ^.b eeri "x- la v<> 1 n 1 tTyiim-r  !p resse'd \v 1th h is c h a 1: ac I e r a nil en t '���������M-p'ri-k������/ ".  ��������� , i''*^pY "**    ��������� * v    - - ''���������" *      : ��������� ���������'-'    "' *'���������"���������"������        *" ���������     J'"'���������**'   ������������������������������������" *   '    .    -i*   f(J'  :"'--ir-'.V' JJirm^of ^0 we'jpa'Wd Wej^littnai^] t\]\\\:  : t1^.''-i,actiiri 1 i^filie'tnist^ NhVUi'^atl'd' .Ui;o\\ ti;  1 h.t iimu.:m^% warn ��������� w% = :-^ -aviiM.'* ?'.' ������^^ ^"i -j- ��������� ���������?'  ^fjtii/ -*v  rpH B1- ropr\ e tdV> of tli iV olifl n-iifV-Syc 11 ^liwn?<fs$&  ���������J.' '^ lijs 1 i m en.t :i w ou 1 d ^respect ful ly^ih im fe?li iSP-ftfn trior-  011 svfri end s and/tlie ;pu hi 1 c.fp r/U\e e xte 4;* iy.epa ironii ge  ?r"  ^&  ���������^lll?v-ife;.i  3f or weal< n ess' a ri s i n gj. vpni i n d i ? c re 1 i on.   The.  ex It ans'terl p o\v ers [ of iHaf 11 re' "w I s i cli \\ re,, ac-  -������?'���������-.  C^i  ^^io>fie1H^^6m^Ma^  taken at. 9 a.m. each day. showing1; the* high-*  -est and} l^esJt|rango; tor.the^preceding ;24  e<ti  C^T?rf  ���������Hi  58   ,  , ������.-������;���������;��������� fit -..  ���������'-��������� ^i;iO?,,'o'3'"fl'i. "  *������i Hf W flv?  ,-.    ^ *^   ���������.',.������      - .''....1 -*\   -!.-,. -    *    -  Hi v..fci-y  ��������� i������-���������������'������������������ I'.-  **'*������ .T8,",58y'   :  1   14,   5(>  ir������,. 56:    ;'  l(i,    63   '  '  .37.   51  Hi *w  4-f :^Un  . Jlv,:  .19  ..  ' ':;"-2s��������� v  ';^K-tt.-  , ^^.,  ..i'rir,,;  ,,v,12-     ..-  ,27-     -  ' ?iio  .,."28  '  .28.-."  ���������'T'ai^'1  '<J0Mi?.O.RXA^UE(lvirBEDf!p.O0MS  ��������� ������������������'���������;ffi  ;n?bis hew ������b'tt\ IdingV w here^be'i s * prepro'd-' to" gire  good Beds at^^reasonable.������prico ��������� -;;.- Tli'rfse, who will  ���������favo r, li im <\v i tli their^- p a tijon age j ra ay djjpen d, onj the;  aleanncs^: ab (i^omTori.. of Ijjsi, li quae'' '*. .,���������./.'., ::J. \i \ *;;; i..  \ 'iite ta Ices a 1 so'ttii s opjiorj ii ii i ty; to ro mui d' the Cari-  b ovii te sMba fc % 1 s Bre vv cry 111 jus ?r ece i v<i ii i U'e ;F1RST  ' PRI ZEvpf t.be Colon y for .fiisoelcbrated s ?r ?i*W"!;? 'V  ,:   ^.-ii'ijs'. 'iftiJiVV  sd?   i *i'..s'*i-fk'j-.  ;&:tfi:  ;:V;rVi;  ^^.i-.^Af*?! XX-X^LE^' ;;',>;.���������.;���������:������>;  Aud the true amateurs willbe able to judge by tbeni  salve s ,t li a t s uch . ho norab 1 e p r i z e h as b e e o "j us tly  u ward pd' to,, li im. ���������������������������. v ....,..,;,.., ;:' ��������� t - ,,.....���������;.-,; f  ��������� fisT. B:���������A ''la fgo frdn tr'bbni to le t.  '" ' '"���������'."���������  :^Sarkeryi 11 e,-Jjin.,;,2a,,lf69? }    % C0KI0 . '  pport.  it .2g(etalSi};������.l;;- ''0,6'ard,,^^. p[ex?^ek.M:  bre a8^|^������:' ip^^ffi^Jisi|^iiS^K  ,-: ������������������ I f e com men (11 o'tti'fi p ii b Uc "ni y' ~ ^ ^..,w * n ,>. ^ ? ^ ��������� ^ ^;  ?������ -;:^^<6:WNti:vc;;^i?ifCl|^  vvjMcli^'"jls'ii^iiiuclijS'uge;i*i'6r nrticl(tba 11 any whj.p.lvefln,  bebWdfro-rn1;iielow^ -iSf t RoVis't-'Vihct Grii������l"'j't. JW���������&i  and cboosotlie best^>crHes;o'bns^quH 1 ly?'t*lve''publit.  may besiirepiJ tS;l?,eingfroe;i'ronx adulterations ^i^  '''        ������������������''���������" p- .'. .... *i . '      -      ���������        ...'..,;.;(    ..7 ,..  r ���������-. ��������� ''���������-,-, '���������'[.-.������������������ ���������������������������.-��������� --'���������'.'-W:?' j* .;v.--.���������'--      f;>--**.-j, ���������. ���������,    ; :'::���������'���������' '^'���������',-; ���������;-;'".'-? ���������:���������������������������: ���������;���������'-:.;  ;i-. ���������j.rV-'^^V V'V*v' :3'^'^G6������lJ������i&Wn i  pjy  abllity to M teii;in to tho enj 6y me"at\%orsaciety  ���������lffi%������i&  ���������b h ce affec ted w 1th' urea n i c, Weakness, .req 11 ires  th                           " ""  featment:ia^nBi^i^ to,iConsuippti0u>osiilu?  sanity ensues.4   ; "v\   .">;,,���������   ,-,,^   .' ,-.1,'   .  iifl  CH-.EAP: ;*G;:0'O-O;Sf!  1.1     ".'iK  ;-;-'��������� : 'Imporfei' ancl Dealer in ;  HIKE ABOVE ARTICLES CAN BR 0BTATNli:i5 !IbT  x and out ofiiJpud, ot,tbe;;opUon of.tth.O.. purchaser.-  A geiierai^assortmentpCj ������������������ ^r.-,, :'.:���������>���������.{,������������������>.' ������������������^���������������������������^���������tk* ���������������--?  dW. prilci:f5 from th6 "Upper:Country proinpiiy"it"  ���������loaded to. '���������'" ���������������������������;.���������:���������-.-.> ��������� ��������� ������������������"���������-.���������    ������������������������������������ ...r* ���������  NO. il YATES STREET,  t<Onposito the Rank of British North America.)  V1CT0KU, V.I. inyfiSin  fHAV.B been'requested by several mpirc.tfjbib parties, *Who Call������������������'twsti f'y to the efficacy of my system;  tp.ugiiin;mako public;tiio tact- that    ,    ���������   "���������<:,-'<*���������������������������! ���������  Mosee^Hair Invigprator  %IJri-^EVK^/BALr^E$Sv,   ���������.���������' '-'.'C-J ii' "'  ���������': RESTORE IfAlR THAT 'T55 BECOMlNf? THI2T''  '������������������i::   <v OB'WT/TilNO ���������"OFF;-1 arid-effectual! ir   :.::--'"-:  :CURKSCURH':OR DA^BRWF.  ,.;TblsJs.n6t. a nVero nsFJOrtidn.cii .my part,iasil have.  iri my possession"numerous tcstwitiniala certifying to  the success of'my retried jfi- *��������� -f:���������-- ���������'��������������������������� ,: v-' ���������.' ' t  ���������y< I d0.not op course., pret'eiid that; I can mafco the hair  grow (>u heads.which Uayo been, bald for, years ; but  I wi 11 guarajiteb 'to ktop"th tV ba)r. from fiflliug off,- to  Increase; its grb'wt h, a'ncl effect it .ally reiho ve Scii rf or  ���������Dandru'ff; -^ :. 1 ���������',.,:-,.. :;; ;:'"'W;' D, -IfOSBS;'-'''^ '  ;^-������;      ::���������:���������'���������'''��������� /.-)::;   :������������������ v;���������,-. \ Barkerville,*B.C;��������� ���������'���������  ;v  ':    : ,>'" 'csferikjqa^e.;.;../"' ';;.;.. ri_  '.; This 3s to:cert3fy tllat" duri 1% last' spring my hair  was rapidly falling om and my bend wii.������ifast bocoui-  i%-bald,, when I applied to Mr W. D.MOSES, Barber,  Barkerville, who in ii few weeks ivstorMd mv Jinir to  1! 19 for mer: 11 e al tl 1 v s I a t.y DA Yl D GIB RON'S.  Barkerv-illi!, Dt-c.^n, 1MB, juv'231^  ;i; ,,,.��������� ,. <3-roceries^.~rii^-':^  ...   .; >���������    , ��������� ������������������   ��������� i\ . .    ' ... r..'   ?' '":.'"      J,.   ���������'���������       i -.���������-.-'���������.������������������;, ��������� '* ',; ���������'  '������������������.   ������' ���������' '    ': :S !���������. i.i    ! . :   .���������; i '..���������      ��������� ���������  1' ���������    .' -, (���������������      *.*���������.-���������        ��������������������������� '    ��������� ������������������   ��������� ������������������    ���������' -���������  :i OF  THE'BEST  QfetITYy .n;  .-..;    ���������-.,....   ;:;,-���������:��������� ���������  ������������������������;;;     :r:3  T^^':.' '������������������: :a^-:: .>'v j  ': For sale at tba Htorcvof tho.iindersign.edin Barker*  pi lie' oppos'i to lb e, Blink 0 f British Col .urn li In... ���������. s, ���������  ^: \.^Ci;V-tf7-**HAS^':V6'J^^"1. ;-  ;;;; ^ir^r^d^l^  diseases ari^hgifromlh'abits of idissipiitioii, at;,;  little��������� ex^e'rise;-little or no change!ih,idiet, ao^i,i  iueodvemenBe' o:r:ex^dsuii,e^ ".;':,;;;i / "i' v\' i; V:^  W.'ltENKIfi.  "se4Lf  as usual'  i.j  For Saie^;  ,in all diseases of these organs, wlielher'exisK  in g i n rn ai e 0 r. fern a I e, 4Yo ra w b ti te v er caVi? e  origin a li n g; :an d" n 0 rn att er of ho vv Ion g s t an 6V  ing. Those suffering from broketrdowtfor'1  delicalc constitutions, procure the remedy at  .once,.,- ..-;������* :>^{,.���������-..^....v���������; v-^': ��������� ������������������',-;'>'^'-,^r',y  ��������� -. All tbe ab0 ve d iseases:,requi re the at d; .0f ��������� a % ���������  Diuretic. VHELMBQLD;S EXTRACT BFCHU-  is (he great Diu rettc.  IWI'V ;T0-"nOPPirft t ��������� - ^*Sold;by, Druggists every\yhere. .Price:  IMlilp.. Ubtii UL I  SI 25 per bottle, or ������ Bottles for $,6.50,. - De-  -AT^  THOS.   FLETCTER^  Second-hand1 Store;  BARKERVIUE, jell  per  Ilyered to any address. ^Describe..; Symptoms;- .���������������������������,  in all communications. ' i  v^-: address;'"1-''    ,;.,,,,,....  ;2! ;;���������;., H. x'f .^h^lMbo^;;;. :;;, ,.���������,,.  .;^i ; iiDitua and i CHiiiiioAL *'Warkh.oosb,'/   . ^,; -;<  ({'e������; ,"i.;;:i,,5943roadway,!Hew;York.; ���������: > .1 ,--' "���������'_  ^j;-Noxe' ark G-KXiuiyE. unless done up in * steel  engraved  -wrapper, with  fac-simile of my  , Chemical Warehouse, and signed  1    tc29 H. T. HELMBOLD  N

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