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 ���������r:  ffor  flfcwagggflagraffiraHcita inm i vioLPniwimwiiME&!>fsmKUl  Vol. 9.  ��������� |      .        |    , -      - . ...... , I'.T   .........     ,,      ,   BarkeryiUei .William: Creek, B.C., Saturday, Oct. 22, 1870.  No. 25  iECAMBOOS^TlNEL  ;   Published every gai^rday;by/>    /  r 0 BE R T;. H 0: L ;L 0 W A Yy  ��������� subscription/ - -/-;J3.0 Gents per Week.  RATES. OF AriVE^TISINGl;  *Yor one square (one.Inch),:. first insertion/  " ���������"���������    yA/y/A '"      /.;one;month'/.,-  -Fa- I-wO; squares,=.first Jnsertion^ , /',. - ���������-?  ��������� " ���������     :���������'���������" V,-: :^;':PiP0;raQntn^/^. ,*.- -*V ������������������������������������'  ;$3  ;/5.  T-8'  Agents for tlie **'��������� CaribW Sentinel.,',*.  ,,ftp.Winkle/- - "A-'."'/?   gueiriH mouth,     '.,������      ���������;: ��������� ���������"���������:  Sod a. Creek,.   *- _ yy^yyyzy  Clinton,.,- ** -    . '��������� " /���������-���������.':  -  Vale, / -      ���������:     Mr. Evans,  Kew Westminster.' vv   -*',. ���������  .Victoria;   ���������"    *-' '  ;���������       * '     ���������  |,0 P. P(shi������ri :*���������������������������������    ���������'"������������������  -   . ���������*  Hudson & MeneL,^,.^,,������ -.  Mr:a/\v:uhdhart'   /"  . //��������� /Barnard's Express  -.-;���������- ������i .^Barnard' s Express  ;/:��������� r Barnard's Express  'do'",:'���������-���������    :'-..do'.r-:::'  *;.:. ; Chirkson/fc Co  :������������������',/;:;, John Collins  -/    Sail Francisco  THE-; C AUmb^SENTINEI,  :Cards, Circulars; t*ostfers tt^Pro^mpfeflfor  Bill Is an ^Theatrical ��������� Entertain men ts/  fit. Sxucui e(1 wi tli neatn ess an d dmpatcb. jjggf  c- ���������   ��������������������������� /;\ Terms moderate.  ��������� ��������� ;t -'"��������� >J.-  'ijyzkAV^&zj&jj. ^m mines..  -1 A A\ rtu'tviil iTarper'sAfagazine gives a  MeM. p*VttiF/������ o'f the-cOndit|r{n;'and;.prosi)ect8  ritV'sUlt- -of��������� Oregon, ;andjn : comparing, itf  cvuvth' uf^mmtitt^  ir;-!* tly cituaifieirof tire'-'adjoiiiing-'aateaund  (ho w"������'VU-i]:fohlv:<l ���������'.- f? I a te bas. ilie niost^ snb -  ���������fifci'wn?1i:fn.in:Jft/i'������i)3.vbecartse-.;it/nai^eeh  hi^iii njiun"aviSaericiiltnrftl and not a rahutig  k*������<, ������u'd Oregon never was ^.cursed'J with a  m\M fo* mlniigZ It has become afamUiav  ixloinIhat/^ricnH^ ������ j  " emiiitry^^W^P-^b?^***?X*^"'1*!?*^^-S������sp<M^-?*  -filly passes without oniicism, but it is plain  hirtVifoout^ii^  liaiimil tes&''"'ina^^i^JipWettti to, the  varied civilization of the day/ /It seems as if  the oarth/andtaimpisphere wererfbririca^espe'  cially with a View to,^^lqiun^rAtJ������tod  by cUslributiori'"o^^at^r^calling Into e.tfsfc  follows that the railway ���������we;are to obtain by  Confederation should be run through or past  the:principal known mining region, if it is  possible to do so without involving a greater  cost than if the route were chosen simply on  the score of economy/: It is, well, thereto re,  that i t is: sti pi ul ateti i n the Con&d era tio n terms  (or reservation 'of the public; lands except to  actual settlers, or the influence of speculators  migh;t be brough t to bear :oii the \selectioii o f  the ro nte. / In te rested p a r tics have al read y  decided.' the course of, the rai 1 way,- but the  Dominion government will doubtless control  the - qiWs ti o n b f rou te and d e ter m \ ne it; wi th a  view to/the gerieralafl vantages ol',the colony  ahd; the/vDomiaioh^^That; it; is/possible to  make the rat 1 way subservienL to; the..mine3  and^to/the^e&tahli5bed/;agricultUral interests  of the in terib r se cti p h of tbe- cpl qnj-as ch e a p -  ly as' by: rarfri ing~i t tliron������h the ii hi ubab i t ed  rotitea sketched but for it- would not be wise  to assert.jiq$itlvejy,vSviii-lej-.-.the; snirVe'yor. is yet  a; sti^ngor, (pi the '\ co unlry/ly ingbeiween;th������  Ro ckyj'M o u n tai ns an d; Cari b oo \ '���������-��������� bu ii i fc is-j u sf  asuirwise toproupunce otherwise^;/Itis riff hi  enough^ however;: to /say ;tbat; existi rig interests should receive i'uieZ. beiu^tsofthe road.  if co tn p a ti We -wi th /tli e; question of cos t.   II  rap id; an d. ch ea p c o nimnu icatio n intersected  Car ibo o yd. w oii Id span 1 ead,. to the eslublTsh-  meat of a ��������� greit^.qnarfz;:^!9f;?S-.-^n-Sn?l-?ir* and  thepros^iCjr:rjf;a^ricintur/e;;^putd then find  arpermanened it'eanjnevpr\1iave witbont:the  growft'^olji the.; mining community.:^:;/,  tho S.E. corner of Mucbo  Oro co/s lower  lines and running down stream 200 feet, bav*  ing for a base line the side line of the Jenkins  co.   To form part of said co.  willum; creek.  Chrysalis co.���������Oct. 12���������Wm. Martin, two  interests, and John Tregoning one interest.  Re-records.  Oct.. H���������Wm. Martin, one hill claim on  right side of creek, commencing at the New  MofTatt co/s upper lineandrunningup stream  100 feet.-' To form part of said co.  .  Pjnkertop co.��������� Oct. 11���������Dan. Kennedy and  John Pinkerton, two creek claims, commencing .about 100 leet above the Cariboo co.7s  lower shaft and running-up stream 200 feet  in widtli/rom (he Cariboo co.a side line, to  the base of the"left side hill of the creek. To  be known ai the Pinkerton.co.  KEITH LEY��������� ORKEK.-     ::  Oct. 12���������Chas. Thou yen in and Alex. Thou-  venin. two creek churns, commencing at tbe  upper, stake of Chas. .Thouy������u|n?s.claim and  running up stream 200 feet to the- old Cana  dian chimney in. the old French fliune.  Oct. 12���������Jplin.Marks., one .creek, claim in  Lhe Robert Young ground.. .Re-record. .  ""    ^HSUELLANEOUS/*"  .....  MISCELLANEOUS.  E; WATSON,  J-ATOHMAKKR,    JK\VE1,I,KR    AND   EN  ��������� '     gr:tver, Government sireiM.'ncxi t-o -tho  iSiia St. Nicholas Hon:), Victoria, V; L    Cliwuoni.  etcreuntl Wuichcscleaned,repaired,and warrantor!���������  I Every description of J owcllery mad c to orihr."    Flo iu  I and Omumonta 1 Engravingneatlyuxccuted  Orders irom the upper country promptly ottcuded  to.        __:   ~GRUNBAUrVl"    BROS.  Have opened a  BEMCH STORE AT VAWIMLE,  IxrnKRF. thev win keep a cboice assortment of  V)     tlrstelass . ���������  GROCERIES, ITvOVlSfONS,  ���������  CLOTHING, BOOTS,yy  .MIXING TOOLS, HARDWARE,  GKNl/IXE'MEKRSCIIAUM PirKS, &c,   :  ; Which they will sell nt LOWEST lUTESJ  603lm:r  A.'  )���������/  2::A��������� VrMKJINTG:EKpKDS; ;���������'>-,.-   /  v-iChiitenden Go.^AOct: '10^-A.h^Yon;.; &. eo..  fehrpe hill claims/pu;iefii: side of creek/ com  mending.- about-300 feet above the lower line  ofthe.ChiUenden co.; at a large stump, and  running.-up. stream 300 ieet.   To form part of  itheCiilUeudeu.co/:..'���������" ii"./.'.''../.."������������������     '/'  "'ZZyyiA,' ��������� //^^Gs-Grijcn./;';,///..;/ /  i ; Jim / C.O.-7-0 ct ��������� 10 ���������O < L a mb.e r ty one .! j il \  ���������claim on cast bank, commencing at the Jim  Ico/s. upper line and rn an ing: n p, .stream  100  feet to';-tbe /Bute' co/s 16wev line. ; To form  'part of the Jiin co.'  ;   Bute; op.���������rOctvlOr:?Permission/ from   tbe  Gold Commissioner to remove the stakes of  ^m^0^&M^PiM  '.    'Street, 'Victoria,-'    ���������   '     "''*���������'  KAS ON HAND, and is������������������rfsmstahliy. receiving,- a  large assortment of ,CLOTUS, CApSIMlflitKS.  and Vestlhgs\ which he is prepared to make to order  ia the most approved styles.: ..���������������������������;���������  P.irlies on William Cr^ek can hove their measure  taken by Mr .\LuGalium,-Barkerville.  4^������ All orders from Cariboo promptly attended  A CHAITCE. FOB ALL l  MDON  ���������������������������. e' '.  GOVERNMENT AND WIUHF -STREETS  * '. yy/y.   ,YiCToaiA.   ...  11.  ;e & co.f  mporturs of all descriptions of Dry; Goods,  .Hosiery ,and -.Cti tier:clo.l.h ing; \  road. .......  'tiSTPjrtic������: 1 ar a tl biil i ���������������n gl v cri to b'r.Jers frem n rit-  Sole Agent tor Alexandre Ki\> Gi.ovjs.  .'.undoaFinn���������J. 1*. Tl-NSTA1J,& Co.: S !3u\V OhurcH  Yard.  For Sale,   ' ';  *z a. (\  ir-nngg  s tt  * 4-.  ncc a variety of'fnaWtrlealaccoraing to s^ii. ^4 ^ jlpWii'slreamito Uie upperlwe oi tho  Ei^riKn-iih������i'������iiM-U\fe'''^SranidtiaUi^ltfldreiiisi?4 Vim co. .,.���������.. v  1  &0  ence _  , ...         ,  ismbuttohV'ftM/^e^iver^  as cWiiiaatio^progresses*: Oriej country: may  be essentially-ah; agriculfi^  "bor a mineral ^country," and yet both In a  great*measure' depend; upon'; each other;.for  theclevelopmeDt.oL.the.-class of judustryof  efito; Oregon-owes much of^herprosperity  to the markcU .^  The impetus to ber agriculture, derived from  export to California, has enabled her to export to Europe;^XaJacfc, agnculture, to be-  come prosperous, must have a market for surplus products.   British Columbia is essentially a mineral country, and here agriculture,' it  is plain, is only subservient to.mining.   Export of agricultural products is a future contingency, depending on the outside demand  and the development of injerior/comm^niea-  tinn.   TSu't if-the mining resources aUrnct a  corresponding degree oilhe.attention of cap-  itnlbU and bpeciilators as in other mining  ���������counlrlea the agricultural wUV no;t keep pace,  lvith tire growth of tho mining industry, but  remain as now: dependent thereon.   There is  every reason to believe that such will be the  era*..   M'mkig wift continue to lie the leading  industry, because the proportion of agncul-  Inral to mineral andrwask? land does not pre  ponderate, and its occupation and cultivation  is too greatly dependent on artificial means  of communication both with homo markets  mdlhc seaboard.   If we arc correct, then it  Viti��������� Wixta; tittttRi  f ...  / McCormick co.^Opt ,3���������J. McGormiek. J.  p:Jleedy, J. O. Floy'^H; Chnstie', H. M. Ilil-  tonr aud ���������Chas.IIendvick-; six bill claims on  the east.b an Ic; commencing at the Jaynes co.'s  line and r u n ning u p s tr earn 6Q 0 feet. To be  known as the McCormick co. ; ���������  ���������/'*'./       CiUSHOUI .CREEK.  Bruce co.���������Oct. 10-^John Velatti,. Wm!  Tucker, James n^U.Wm. Smith, Jus. P, Taylor, Hugh Jones. John \1n\cc. Chas, VaUlan.  conr. T. Mclmrdy and Wm.;l>eatU, ton creek  claims, commencing at the lower line- of the  Snow den co. and running down stream 100  feet.   To be known as the Bruce co.  Ben N������wis co.���������October 10���������V. SangFler.  David T. Vt\ce, -Wm. WiH\amnt Jobn Wi11 jams,  Job n Sh a w, D. Fa ny, J o 11n Dawson, Robert  Anderson, S. Tre the way and Wm. OulHs, ten  creek claims, commencing at, the. up per line  of the S n p w den co. a n il r n n n i n g ti p s Ire am  100 feet.   To be known"as Ihe Ben Nevis eo*  Calaveras co.���������Oct. M-Chas. SIcKane, one  interest.   Re-record.  STOUT GVhClh,  Coombs co>-Oct. l*i���������John Tregoning,  eight interests,   Re-recorcls.  Mncho Oxo co.���������Oct,'13���������Sam. Roberts and  Wm. Owen, two bill claims, commencing at  Dr> cinniTT1 American Eclectic Physician; 5I-.au- j  UtaiimBfa1% ofuboul tur 22d i..������. ������u a tour  SUKthat,farmer. auaxtUons.nuy.av..,!  ^StorfSw o^ontocm., the veryM  \.fd "������i to tlio entlrc.suisti.ctlon ol. every V���������^-  c& a������ ut. Grt ritl of ..k-c .yd. Teeth ..-iivl ip.i*-ry,  lor dc!ay������ ������-   >n^r n. GM  K.S" Mfctrtt t"u   ".!'tfto-Host illling for .toc.iyo.r  Ml. bcCo rf;c,n-cd by Ex-ir^.       ,       &*-\ ;  .Begulations of the Carihoo  - Ijiterary^stiMtf / //  Th������ tm&ng Room will lwhs>p<m frajn.������<m.i-UU ������  HPIT ft ^ ? C' 'T *' s"1,1"1M  rices,  -AT-  No Nt!\vsjWp?r������ <������r Mas'������v/ini>8 shall Ire' tit ken from  the Room.without the Librarian's permission.  I'.i rtfos J'.^.n in������ng Books .In the i r.twfciK&stnn. a.ftcr ox���������  plruU'in 01'subscription will he chargod "as subser (hers  until the same ba rfttnru :,1. '   ' ������������������'���������   *���������    '��������� . 'L':  Not jtioro tlijni mm oumplolc \vork- to-be-talcon :it a  time, wlucli mast be.<��������� inured tm the Uegi������tut' kept for  livM.purple, i'ud rolurnul. at liie (.'Xpir.Uion ol* two  wci:ks, uulfcss with' [r.'rm izawn of ihu Lvhrariitn, to  whom rine notico must he 'glvaii,  Parties km ding books to noh-subscribers will bo  denied tho privileges pr tho I^ibrsiry. and ..Reading  }&onj.   This iuilc'wlU be, strictly enforced.  ; TERMS: '  Subscripiion���������$1 per month in advanced  Book^l-timed Tor a fortnight to mm subscribers a  25c and GOc per volume, and if kept longer than a  I or I ii igh t to b e-^ch arged 25o per week,, ..-���������-. ��������� sol 7.1 tn .  ������������������: .THOS. ���������'���������FLETCHER'S .  Se c o 11 d - li a ii. cl . S t o re,  RAH K R R VIJJ.B. .Ml  ���������WAKE-UP-JAKE.  Restaurant and  Bakery  "i^DT7. IV iprietorof this old. itiid woll-kaown ������stoh  L   lisiimcnt woiild' rb������p������'cM'nlliy;t!iank his hum er  i������uk i Aao'as an d the p u b 1; c-1 or 11 w c s t*H.������i v."e pa tW>mi g;������  here to for e. hestow cd on ��������� him, a n d tr.ufet s ���������tli.a.t.., Xiy' ii i -.  tt^iial strict alt'en'th������n to lm.-tnesg to mcYii. a��������� contin  ustnceo 11lici'reoaUdenceaiil\support. ���������'���������  Me^lsi>-$1.   Board, $14 . per:.^reek. .-  BREAD KM)������ OF' THE BEST Fl-OUIt  l recomnioudto the public my ,  GROUND /COFFEE,  w 11 \ch i s a mu ch snp osrior arti cl < t han a n y w h 1 e 11 cn n  belmdl'roin below.    I Roast and Grind it mvaelt  iin d choose t behest berries, consequently t he public  ma y b o s u r e o I i ts b ci h g f r c e i" rom a d u! torn tion.  J. G. GOODSOX.  NOTICE.  i'Vf PARTIES IKDEBTED. TO ME WILL".rj'BASE  iVlJ;c Ue tick accuuDts;beforo the ast ofOctoijcc  ji aud all parties to whom I am indebted ara vo-  SSJUl to present their hills ^^^^^  William Creek, Sopt .27, 1870. ocl lm  iiglNG CHEEK EXPEES  '���������" FrfeI^ir^������UrarTfir ^ng^, each way^  felo AU o'rfSS promptly tended la and& r.ith  mlly executed,  au20  ��������� %    A  ..   .���������' v|  e KTS  i?J/. v?frj  M**2 *-~������  ���������.- .-/ ���������-;^***  j,-..-     ".  M  ...-'--  "���������"  \*z '.  "f:V    :  ;;'������ '  t>"  ������������������ffl  fV  ���������*���������������  %3  '���������':i  1-  !  =���������     ���������     t,vm! XMM    ir-ivelliiis imbffc ana become* source ot d^  IHE CA IU BOO&fcS flN U j ~    kople have become so accu^d  Saturday, per. 22. wo.  i    i'  THE CARIBOO SKNTINFJ,  Is published in Barkerville every Saturday.    All  advertisements intended for ins rt ion, must oe. delivered at litest at Six o'clock, P. il., the day before  publication.  TO ADVERTISERS.  AH advertisement* (not inserted for any definite  period)   will be continued   until  ordered "out, and  charged for accordingly. .  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  All dommnntcvions must be accompanied by th*  reainame and address of tlt������ writer; not necessarily  with a view of publishing the same, but as security  '��������������������������� tor Its good faith.;.-'';;..- /��������������� ��������� ���������'y    ���������// ���������'���������  ^���������^mn" 1���������H<W������������i^lHP������- till ' Hiilll.lnMu.il IHM |l ���������������������������WjMr1.'!'.1"'!'"''-'.*'  - THE IHTER10R MAIL S ERVICE.  10 the regular aud rapid expresb that any  chan-e which would not give equal faciUuea  for travel and letter deliver/ would, raise a  storm of iudignntion.        Ay/Ay yyf  Under tbis beading the Colonist has an able  and exhaustive leading article whicb calls  the attention of tbe Government to tbe desirableness of more frequent mail communication  with the interior section of the colony, and  particularly as-regards Cariboo.   There can  be no doubt that a more frequent service is  desirable, and we could'fairly say that it is a  necessity only that we have hitherto managed  to  exist tinder  the   present arrangements  Whether it may be found expedient, in connection with the matter of expenditure, to establish a semi-weekly mail service -curing tbe  summer, as referred to by ihe Colonist, is a  question for the Legislative Council.   We can  only say that it would afford -much gralifica-  Tbkatrs Koyal���������The performance on Saturday last was not so well attended as usual,  probably  owing- to the weather, wbich was  not of a kind to tempt any one frcrm tbe comfort of a domestic hearth.   The comedy of  ���������; All Ihe World's a Stage" is one of .those old  fashioned pieces which were written, to ** tat  folly as it files." or to enable a favorite performer to appear in a character forjwftich he  or she were peculiarly adapted by/a style of  acting entirely original to themselves.   There  have been a great many pieces " hit off *' ac.  cording to the.humor and circumstance of the  time which when represented under" different  conditions fail to elicit tbe applause which  originally made it a " hit."   But."Ail the  Exci)UNTBKf wrPK^^ Bka a- -Ob* Su ml ay last  the two Indians whojhave been recently yety  sticcessl'tiliu baggi ng Cartbo o were ont huti t-  tn������. on Autler creek when tbey came unwarily  into close proximity with three bears on Mc-  Bean's F j at.   Bo th o f th e Indi ans b ad guns  wi th them; and as one of ttie; bears manifested  a decidedly belligerent disposition, the  Indians conimencedaHacking him\ i but one, of  the guna would not discharge its contents.  The Indian whose gun was in order fired five  times at the .ferocious brutej but did] not succeed, i n  disablt ng it.   Bru i rt, sin ar ti ng from  his wotrads. made a dash at the Indian, whose  ammunition had given out, and be defended  himself as well as he could by clubbing the  animal with Ins g\imr which was broken by  the blows.   Bruin.then bad the;best of the  'ti^htand soon brought his antagonist to the  ground.   The result was that the poor fellow  had one of his arms broken, bis face terribly  lacerated, and was left by the other Indian,  who is his brother, and believed; him to be  dead.   What pan the runaway Indian 'tonkin  ihe contest is unknown.  He appeared to have  been frightened away without rendering much  if any-assistance to bis brother.. The wounded  man wa������ subsequently found and taken to  Saw milt F U t.   From" the descri p tio n of lb e  KSW ADHRTloBM ENTS/  \T0TICE   IS ...'HEREBY;; GIVEN   THAT  m   *  INSPECTOR OF WEIGHTS- ANDJIBaSUrSW  Distnct of Cariboo by Hid Excellency the Gov  '..'��������� ' '���������;���������".        h. m ni  RichSeld, Oct. 8, mo.  CH a.;������.-iSr-  Stipenasary Magistrate.  oci51m'  n- originally made it a " Mt."   bui   :������.   ���������-.-   ���������. ljU FUt.   Ffom;the Qescn^    u.^.  H circumstances winch at one U������?,^gU|ff*.%g^h^*&rt%Z#  ���������  Vade it a favorite, will always befell i.e-lto ��������� ba.e .**** w.   .���������.,,..,,.. ������������������..,_���������,  made U a. lauui.v,  ceived whenever it is represented by arttsis  who are capable of delineating the pomposity  of the high comedy which in the luxurious  times of the Third of the. Georges was su much  applauded by fashionable wits and * critics. In  preference to the more intellectual efforts of  Shakespeare. To refix its original popularity/  however, upon the more modern taste it requires to be represented by actors capable of  doing, full justice to the eloquent dialogue  1    ��������� ~^������������t������r1e and  to have visited Cariboo, in/unusually'large  numbers this year. Probably the settlement  0 f the ad j oi nln g terri tones may ten d. to d ri ve  them tn ri her nort hi Grizzly bears have, we  believe, never been obser.vedin Cariboo 'until  this year.' ^^cvhh./;-/t = -,���������:���������-'  CARD.  GOLD COiMSSIOEE'S NOTICE.  Laying Q^er of Claims^  OS and after the in-/Day. of-November, 1370 all  Mining Cldms in C^nboo District arc hi?reb*  "LAID OVER'Uintilthe20th ILty 1871. *.  ���������A" (Signed), :.    H. M. BALL,     ,*  <jc3 4t   -  -   - .   ' ��������� ������������������ . -������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������-- ���������-*-:   V    A.G.C.    ���������  Jci|^i/;6:o.o D ip.  BootSj Shoes Clothing and  ���������-���������2yy ;;   (Groceries, ������ *'y  X)F  THJ3  BEST  QUALITY,  For sale at tbe? Store of the anderslpnedin Barter  Ville oDDosite the iBank of British ColumtJta.',;     . -  '���������? '   ���������    '^'? i i;. ';���������;-./..'���������..      .- ������������������  . W.- REKK1E; ���������:  only say that it would afford-mttcn grau^..- do>nff. Tuu  ;!1;ia,;c   ,.  ,,.  tion to the people from Tale to Cariboo.   On and qnaint humor with which \l abonndsind  this part of the new programme sketched by of illtrod���������cinjr vocal and-burlesque perform^  -^ *^ Ko rdf>mnr ���������       -. ������ ., iU.��������� ���������YT-ic  tbe Colonist we will not venture to be clamnr  ons. but in regard to the proposed weekly  service during winter, we are convinced that  ane'e appropriate to the time. AH this was  well enough done by the ladies���������Florence  Wilson and Mrs Parker���������who seldom - fall'.to  service during winter, we are.convin^u.vu^ Wnsonarawr:;Cll,,tl���������������������������v  we cannot be too urgent.   So many consider. ^onrtrav the spirit and intention of the anihor  " ^H^U r'   nnhVlQ mll!^ and regard for hut there'" was evidently a prominent g^f'tl  ations both of public policy and regard for  ihe convenience of the colonists enter into  that part .of.the subject, that whatever may be  the condition of the public treasury an effort  should be made to concede the boon. The  rigors, of winter in Cariboo formerly drove  the population f6"the" io\ver"country and uaii.  fornia. aod a considerable number never returned from the hitter place owing to the cus:  tomary necessity of seeking winter quarter?  before the establishment of road communica-t  hut there was 'evidently a prominent shdrt  coming on the part of the gentlemen who unr  dertook the" principal male characters. The  part of Sir Gilbert Pumpkins, as represented  by Mr Haveioeff; did not depict the" okl/fa^fe  m.ned country baronet. " lord., of all tm #nr  veys,r' with that aristocratic.jollity an^1 dignity characteristic of the ���������) pond ojd times  whe\) George the Third was King." Capta'n  Chart es S.tanley and Capt. Henry Stuk'el y. by  ���������Messrs. Bo wr on andSmith, were wejl Tepre-  ���������a; behalf of. the.CARIBOO DRAMATIC ASSOCI  AT10N I defire to return: "corii'al thanks' to Messrs:  j,,;S .Thompson,."J. M cB. S in jth. a nd G ?o. By rnes ior  ihtir sneceisjul efforts, in connection with the Liqu!-  da tion .Scticrno, -a n il to the pu blic generally for the  icih;i\n-.-ss." a nd libera li ty with w hich it w as received  and supported.  J. Z. HOUGH; Manager, v  Barkervills, Oct. 21.1870.       -'.iA"' oc22 It ������������������  -   For Sale,  ;/  A SECONWIA^D SET OF  MACKBMm  1>  V*������RVrRR.  f/B09T^M|������E TO OMEE  8e4lf asosnal.  EESmUMNT  before the estauusnmeui ui m������������t wwumu.v-    ,,���������������,..   ,n,��������� ,,  tion and the present mer'canltie facilities. ..The ^nted and apparently carefully studied * *bu  ������    *  r.i, f  blUli  auu   V������i~   pi^tvu. _. ���������  loss of population; to tbe colony in this way  was then unavoidable, arid there is much of  the migratory feclibg stili:left in spite of the  improved condition, of the mining district.  The: infreqnency ot r/mail cb mmunicatipq" is  iir-tative of such feeling, and is consequently  itjnnons to *lbe interests of the colony by an-  nual )oss of population.    Looking at  the  matter as thus affecting the general, welfare  ' pf the colony, it would seem to be. good policy  'jio  establish a weekly mail service.    Only  those who h.ave experienced tbe dreariness of  Jso^tiua;can,appreciate its value. /It' as a  cdmmu u iiy we 'bay������"''not been clamorous on  the subject, it is because the very effect of our  solitary condifiou. lends to repress the desire  and (he nerve for .agitation.   The people of  B.irfcervUie are-tveti awire of the. f ict that  owing to such condition the approach of win-  for trnds io direct populatmc abroad, and  have just subscribed $1200 to \:*y off the  flj-bt on the theatre so as to maintain jt as an  alleviating attraction.   Apart, however, from  the general view of this subject, we   n***f  r.-asonably urge the establishment of .moic  frequent mail communication as a return for  rbelargt amount of revenue contribntedby  tbe district.;   We are well aware that the  greater portion of the revenues should be de-.  voted to the general service of the colony ;  but we are of opinion that in addition to the  vevenue contributed by this district in com.  won with all other sections of the  colony, it  gives a large balance from its local revenues  over local-expenditure to the colonial gov  ernmenr.   Public "^licy, local exigency, and  considerations o* equity, therefore, unite in  pointing to the desirableness of granting us  the boon of a weekly mail service during the  winter.   With regard to the mode of service.  we feel assured we are expressing the general  opinion that any other than aucb.as is now in  ~ -"*   tfirtAn^itniiin^fi    In the  Apply to..  oc2*2u  P.McEKTEE,  B.trkerviHe.  opinion mat siwy vn������i *���������������*-*. -...--,.���������    ,... .52.  .2i������e would be a-great iocoavenience to the j days thi| week.  whenever/there was a break in the thread of  the dialogue they .were rather tooislowin  tying.it again. The part of " Diggory" should  be given to an actor who is;; at home.^Jn the  broadest, style of antiquated comedy, for  much of the; merriment which the autlior in-  tenled to impart to his audience is essential ry  connected with.the development of Di^gory'B  stage-struck mania. Mr Hough, considering  his inexperience, was very successful, but he  did not seem to be fully aware of the depth  of humor embodied in his part. andDiggory  consequently did not attain the prominence  which he generally commands with a lauirhter-  loving audience. However, the audience ap:  peared to be1 well satisfied, for they know how  to discriminate and grant indulgence for en  thusiastic but inexperienced amateurs whose  efforts are well conceived and only require  to be perfected by getting rid of the "'gnu*  che'rie1' which is generally prominent in the  assumptions of amateurs. The Association,  nevertheless, all things duly considered, may  record the performance on the list of their  numerous successes.  ��������� M\TtKRT3���������������There is no change to note in  the oirices of merchandise since our last report ^ plentiful assortment oi all kinds of  Soo<isl'Bi*porte4 tobe on hand, and there  will orobably be no alteration in prices for a  couple of months. B������lter may be mentioned  as an exception. The supply of fresh butter  this vearlias diseonrageu importation, and  the stock of foreign butter is unusually small.:  Unless the farmers continue sending butter in'  miantities corresponding to the supply as  heretofore, the oleaginous article will soon  pnrrimand the old retail price of $1 25 per lb.  Peed is not too abundant, but as the demand  is small we would recommend caution id forwarding.  .This Forest Rose co. washed up 65fc ox. for  the half week, and the Ballarat co. 10 oz. and  The Cariboo eo. got 6i oz- f������r three������  Blue Tent Hotel &Baiicli.  NOTICE;  ^THE   BUSINESS    HERETOFORE   CARRIED   OS  I    n������der the name of Mrs Catherine Wright will t>e  contiDiu'ii as asu.d'nn-ler the firm name ot. Wright k  Prait, who bave purchased, the bn:ines3 irum' Mrs  ���������Wright. -  .   - JOHN WRIGHT.  DAVID'PRATT.'  Blu3 Tent, October 10, 1870; ���������   ";'. ������c231m  HAVING APPOINTED DAVID PRATT MY AGENT,  all debts f.U'j to my deceased'bu&b:ind <������r tnykdi  are payablti to tbe said Davjd Prau ; and all uvbts  dne.by my late husband ur myself will be liquidated  by my saU Agt*nt.  '  CATHERINE WRIGHT.  Blue Tent, 'October 10.1S70. ' oc221m.-  HOUSE,  ��������� (Sexi' tol-the ^say/6m^.BuiUIki)/;; '������  i       B't M ISS A. n ICKM*A N.���������  ,' ���������  ^   FIRST C^AS/MEAI^ .fanilshft.l an I tha 5  ^r^test aitestWn paid to tb-i.wan^ uf e������ipuc^.  Dinners ior Private Partte^ c!������okoi tu **&.-/  ' g& Wines, Wtjnowani W^������t Jlicb^t n������ n?  at the Bar.  BOARD, per Week/      ���������  ;iuv  FOR   SALE,  ONE FULL INTEREST IN THE  VICTORIA     COMPANY  LOWHEE CREEK,  Apply to 3. H. TODD, Bnrkervinc ;  Or to        ROBT. MICHAEL, Lowhee.  oclS'2t  Oniineca Express.  RAVIXG made nrr.jnEr.'tn^nts for running an E*-  preiS between Willi tin Cr������?ek, Qui*?uf'lmoutb  an 1 Githvu^'ii Crock, ou.- notice will be given of th<;  timi> i������f dep irlun; of the n xt ������*xpr������.*gs. Tbe Omineca  Express will cuitiu-ct with Btrn ������r.!'s Express at Ques  ni-lui"utli  and AViiliatn  Creek, where  parcels and  letters uill be received.  RtTCS SYLVESTER.  William Creek, Sept. 2'2t 1870. k-24  Appeal to the Benevolent.  \T/"K, tlie undersigned, have been .requested to co-  If op j rate with the aMimvSttevB organized In San  Francisco aud Victoria tu solicit and collect subscriptions iu shi of the wi lows aud orphans of the French  soldiers killed in the w.ir. We therefore appeal to  the liberality and benevolence of all who may feel  disposed to promote this obj.-ci.-'  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LH  ' - ^EXERAL;,MEHCHA,NDIZB. ���������  G-obds. and Produce received on. Commission ana  fovstoTdg^/y^^y:   y   .  RICHFIELD,1 WILlilAM CREEK.      ���������  -������ ^O^JGE/   ;  aceonnta >!ue to t\u Wc Br������������������������'���������:* ^ Woodson.  all lHWlitlos will be seUl-^1������ ^VpATtBB=0.1.  BarkerriUe, Sept. 7, !��������������������� _  continuanccolthesasne, ^  Q   qooDSOS^  BoiSi5inTDay School,  LAC  LA HACHE,  selT lm  CAPT. JULES FERY, Nelson Crook.  O. LAMBERT, Bark-rville.  F. LALL1ER, Ricblieid.  THE   LATE  RESIDENCE OF    THO*   ������**  11, the IfV  ocS lra  ^K-.r furlher panJcolw. api^ r01>er.  SCHOOL OPENS NOV htfW; ^  SPROAT   &  CO.,  LIQUOES.  AGENTS FOE THE  \y HEREAS MY I^RTNBR, DAVID Vish to W*  W    1-st -tne Qo 'snelmouth Fcrr>, 1 cll���������p.  the public that the Kern' ������* ng^g W*5^  OrtcwutlMwrtft Ferry, 4ku 0, l������^ . -���������  "^~^    FOR   SAU������,  ONE FULL INTEREST IN TB������  Royal Insurance Co.    I Bradley-Mcholson (W  ^   j Apply to v   U^ZfliZ  WHARF STREET/    -  ������?}0!Jm  VICTORIA, V.l.  ecl6 lroj  :- ���������-  m  m %���'    '.'/.-;;
tbe Governor.
. M- BALL,
'ember, 1S70, all
king and
reigned In Barker.
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eretofore, to merit ft
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^ATURDAYV OCT.'22, 1870;
on tl;c 31st &pW; at Victoria, B Cit ihe. wife;of
'i|r BUBEBT HOLLOWAT, ��ftwifcS���SOJ3S.
The Mountain cp.'ar��/building a dump-
liouse for ibe sriaft itf the baek part of their
ground, where tbere ia a channel which they
aurpose working during the winter.    The
ctetinel is a few. hundred feet; from the creek.
. ftnd was partly prospected last winter.   The
Downie co. are preparing to drift during ihe
winter, and have put up a large and substantial d nin p-house, slro ng enough to support
any'caving-of the bank.   They propose work-
io* tlie ground in ihe: rear of the Brad ley-
Kicholson claim, where the blite lead of the
creek and the. back channel above referred lo
form a junction; / A shaft ii being $nV dpwn
in"#S J en ny Lin d c laics,- b n the ,. ri gh J hill b e-'
low the sawmill, for Ibe purpose of working a
stratum of top-pravel during the winter^ The
recelp Is from the For ward ��� ground and fro m
the Bedrock Flume coniinue to give satisfaction. A few of the hydt'aulie companies have
been working dn ri ng the week. / T he Go r n ish
co. cleaned up 62 oz. last week from a piece
of ground below /tliat worked during-the summer,. 1,Tfii'filac.fcjack;i5Q."haye:ruri;-pffa good
deal of ground this week, but are troubled
with slides, - The Cariboo co.washed'up 112
oz. for;the week ending Monday 4ast -. A company have ���:'��� commenced /work; in; the lower
Cariboo sh aft, A rid ther new com paiiy, h am ed
the Wind-tip co.,;have commenced work in an
old shaft in; thehill-a little below, the Never-
Sw?n't tnn nel for the .pu.rpose of d riving to, a
i tiftl V channel or gniter known * to lie in the
;. GROUSE CREEK../ ""..'.
���. The Heron co. are preparing for the work
in the old tunnel by taking up the creek for
drainage. The Hard-up co. continue drilling
for the Heron lead. The Waverley tunnel co.
have commenced washing from the Talisman
shaft, wbich has been drained by the tunnel.
The tunnel i* now within 60 feet or the shaft,
from which the company are working down,
to the tunnel.;'-- yy A
������,/'   SNOWSHOE CREEK,
Scott & co. are making about $5 per day to
the band.
-::.���    FINE  CltEKK. .'
, The. Discovery co. are making from $8 to
$10 per day to the hand. Lamont��fe co. have
sunk'in bedrock to a depth of 48 feet, and are
drifting out for the channel.
The Minnehaha co., whose diggings were
recently drowned, are preparing to run the
tunnel ahead-to bedrock.'-It is already 500
feet in length: The Manitoba co. have commenced work in the old Cornish tunnel, which
is 300 feet long, and intend to; run it ah Pad.
Bailey has got off the lead. Laidlaw,& co.
have made .....about "expenses during the past
two week**. ������ '.vyy   '~y/'Ay:
The Gold Flat co. are sinking n sump hole
and puttlng up a pump to. en'ab 1 e them to
work during 1 he w in I er. Ybu'ng &co.. are
making from $20 to $25 per day to;the hand.
The Ossian co. have taken up a portion of the
ground formerly ���'. held by the Stonewall co^,
and have commenced running a tunnel.
The New Mpffatt> cb. -are ^working on
high rock on the right of the creek, but intentl
to go \nto; i he (leep groun.d, as {soon, as; they
can pet Jrai n a ge. The Bal 1 arat co. washed
tip HO oz. for the we��k. The Conlilin co. re-
$m wftges for the week. The Summer co.
kve ccmnienced; wasijing:: The Forest Rose
cc, having flnished repaiKs.commenced put-
tiiip out -from:',tlie lace :a gain ^l<isV w;eek^ and
gut i03 oz. There is no change to note in the
operations of the other Co inipam'es'; working in
He ere ok, e xce |> t th'^t I h e; Oaledb nia'���. cp./bu ve
filojipod 'to4 repair pumps?^:^;:;���/./:/:, y./;'".
" i Z-' "if.; uisz. ��� gulch; A-
Th 8 "Rsn> t�� r nl d a co.. are .-down.-.'. wi th tbeir
thafiover 60 feet The Perseverance co..are
tiwhled< with bott Id ers,, which prevent them
"making much from the good ground-lately
struck.   ' *-?��� '~Z: ������/'/.-.../'��� '-,i.-. ���    y-:. -. -  "-./������
The Mncho Oro' co. washed/ up ^5i oz. for
|the week. "From the TafFvaW claim/the re-.
:ceipia were lighter than usual, being 23'oz.
[The Jenkins, Coombs, Alturas and High-Liow-
pack co.^ are working. Z'���
The "White Pine co: continue getting pay
Md took out 30 oz. for the week. Tbe Felix
co.t who .are working a small force, "washed
^p io oz. ....;..    /.A.-i ���' "Ayv -:''  ' "'"���/
,,The Victoria co. were running a drain
prnng the week.- The Russell-Robertson co.
i^ontiune on pay,.frequently as high as 10 oz.
t o the siit. Tunneling for the quartz, ledge ih
Pie Brown claim goes on. The Brown co.
ffe running a small drift to"-.cut off the hill
faler, and washed up 13 oz, for the week*
-  -��� ;' ��� KEITHLRTORKKt;/   '
OssiaF co.���Oct; 15���J. S, Thompson, p.
McGregor, Patrick Haxler, David Waikins.
George/Atchison; andA Robt Craig, 600 feel
mining grouod oh 1 eft hank of creek,; being
the, upper 600 feet formerly, held by the Sioite-
wall co; Also, rfght/ot; incline and roadway
��handq'h'ed by said co. to be known as the
��� ;. "���r ';v 1/  CpXKLIN.GUIXH.'.-'
���; \Qct, 15���Fran. Duwdvllv one hill claim on;
right bank:commencing at. tlie. lower line of
the Sawmill co.;and^rftnniiig/ up stream 100
feet    .:   "������:'..  .' -/���-'���  ..-������   .���..-������""
/;.- WtLLUM CREEK.;;;' - yy^
hiil:claim on right bank, comrnencihg .abpnt
200 feet' b^low/the/CuledniMrt' shaft on:-t!m
Caledonia co/s BuSe .line, an ���! run ninsr do wn
stream 100 fee tun d back to the summit of the
hill.   To be kuown as the \Vin Vup co.
McLaughlin co.���Oct 17���Jas. MeUughliii
and Colin ChisboUn, each one lull interest--
Re-record. .;. ,': ���;.'���'. ::'A '.' ��� ��� :..
vCaiedbhia co.���Oct 17-Thris. Bell,-five interests ; ��� Cyrus Yoxingi 8-4tha interest -/ ahd
lob n Jones, 1 i in terests.   Re r ec<>r; 1.    ( ���/.
McLaugSiln co.���Oct. i7���50 inches water
out of Walkers gulch.   Re-record. -'.
The North American co. have been compiled to stop running the tunnel ahead owing
w the want of air. and are preparing to put
[J a shaft for an air current   The Clark and
teat Eastern companies have got a shaft
town about 40 feet and in gravel,
The Willow co. continue to take out good
)ay. The Little Minnie co. are getting a little
Jay. The Discovery co.. are cutting a.ditch
jo Red gulch to iucrease their facilities for
rUVumiK water during the winter. Hoi rota
W- have bottomed a new shaft and are making
^ges. . ������'-.
'he Railway co. continue prospecting and
jie other companies are getting small pay.
8 ^ne Gladstone co. are in from the shaft
Font 25 feet The Victoria co. are waiting
* "'on work ordered from Victoria. The
|anconver co. are rigging up machinery The
Jgatning co. have got past the caved ground
... Bfr��ek gravel,.which-is.expected to be
|-l0m^ to-day. The Spruce co. are .running
^ on the channel. The South Wales co.
e Parted their wheel   and  commenced,
their abaft
McCdtmick co.���Oct. 17~J5d. Lennhg:'one
hill claim on east bank of creek, commencing
at the upper line of the McCormick co. and
running up stream 100 feet To be worked
a9 part of the McCormick en:
Independent; co;~Oct. 174-Jos. Waters*
Charles Gray and G. Harris, three hill .claims
on right side" of creek, commencing about 200
feet above Lightning creek and running- up
Stream-300 feel, and back, to the summit of the
hill.   To be known as, the Independent cp, .
Old Porter Ditch-Oct. 17���Geo. Atkinson,
the old Porter ditch.  Re-record.
Standish co�����Oct 19���Wm. Standish and
Benj. Shuman, two hill claims on east side c'i
creek, commencing at a slake 160 i'^et below
the head dam of theStandish co. and running
down stream 200 feet and h'dck to the summit
ot the hill.   To be kno^n as tbe Siandish co.
John co.���October 20-John Black, John
Bell, John Paris, John Peebles, Dan. MclCen-
zie, Hobt McDerttiott, Wm. Clark, Isaac Hodgson, W, H. Robertson, uine creek claims commencing at the lower line of the Good Hope
co. and running down stream 900 feet to the
lower line of the Ben Nevis co. To be known
as tbe John co.   (.
Porter Ditch���October 20���Denis Garigan,
two-fifths interest iu the old Porter ditch and
water right thereto.
Copfbb���The Coffee prepared by WILLSON
& RICKMAN, Fort street, Victoria, has superseded all other Coffee ia the lower country.
It is manufactured from the very best raw
coffee, and its superiority is-attested by the
fact that wherever introduced it has becoma
the favorite beverage.
On Thursday night the drawing for the
numbers of tickets and the prize of ��100, as
advertised iti the-SajsmxEt, took place in tbe
Theatre Royal:  Tbe prize was won by Mary
Sheldon.   The whole number of Liquidation
Scheme tickets��� sixty, at $20 ea^h���had been
taken, which fact showa that the people of
William creek .understand arid appreciate the
value of the Theatre and Amateur corps as a
useful institution: inasmuch as it tends /to
lessen the monotony;'-;'of residence tu Cariboo.
By the success of this ingenious liquidation
scheme the. deb t on the b hit ding occupied b y
the Fire Brigatle" and Dramatic Association
wiII be settled.   After the drawing dr lottery,
the Ball cbmmeuced. The ssats of the Theatre
had been taken out and a large space for
dancing was made:  The stage was arranged
for a refreshment room, arid the entire Theatre
was tastefully draped with tbe flags of the
various nationalities represented by the in-
habLtauls of the creek.    Prominent among
these-were-'the Royal insignia of Britain.  Tlie
salon du dance especially presented: a gay
appearance.   Thorough walls of the Theatre
were covered with red woollens/the ehahde-
liei-s artistically decked with evergreen?, arid
every part of the building made attractive .by
the abundance and variety of bunting;   The
slipper, was fui*nished by Mr J. G. Goo.dson,
of the Wake-up' restaurant, whose ability in
that line of business is well known and needs
no /comment. /. The programme for dancing!
e mb raced ibe / iisu al " ro u n d ; o f faV;!j i o nab Se.
dances: and were executed with a precision
and compieteness not always^noticeable/in
the highest circles of society:1 *i��t five o'clock
in the morning the programme was exhausted
b ut not the dancers, who retired its if loth to
1 eave where so: mugh genuine pleasure ;Juid-
been enjoyed.
Cnpwx-" Giiaxts.-r-'Mr Denn 13 Murphy has
given; notice of application for a Crown grant
of the. farming, hind at the 141-mile po.it on.
the Ly t to n an ft Al exan d r ia:. wagon ro ad. Mr
A mad ehR; Ism ard ie has also gi ve ri ri 6'ti ce ! of
application For. a Grown; grant of ICO, acres of
I ire-em pled and 200 acres of purchased land
situated,on Chimney creek^ Thei ;Land Qrdin^
ance, of 1870 provides; that where a certificate
of Improvement has been giveiV in respect of
p re-em i)te<l 1 an d ah d Abe A co ridi i ip n of / four
years' beenpatiori has/been fulfilled. the; pre-
for Si per: ac re., p ay able i n four eq ual an ritia 1
iri*taIrhents. The Grb wn grant to a pre-emp���
.t ion cl a r in 'Will' hoVhe iasued nti les^ ��� - it "s BKt I
have^ been 'proved ��� to/ 'the'; CammisRio^^:; .^f
���Liindft ;ahd "V\forks that written or printed no^
Hces of ;the =��� intended application for/ srich
irranthaveboen posted {or/a;period of sixty;
da ys p ri it ito sue h; a p p I ication ii pOn so ni e co n '���-.
spicuons 'part of the said pre-emption; claim.
and upon -/the;,adjacent, claim ^if;any")^ arid
Upon the conrt house of the .district wherein
the land lies.. Notices of in ten tion- to- apply
i\ > r Crown grants fo r the 1 a rid ab o ve referred
lo h a ve accord i ngl y bee n. pi aced upon the
Court House at Richfield:,      /;:; A
Deaths���We regret to h-We to ari ri bunco
the deaths of Mr P. Ogden and Mr P; S. Og^
den, his son, at Smart a L��ake.   The-death  of
the fo tmet ge n tl em an too k place on tho 9 th
inst, and of the latter ob the 3d ii^t   The
can se of death in ,b o th cakes wa s infti t e n 11.
Mr Ogden, sen,, was iri charge pf/the Wudsou:
Bay Company's district of New Caledoniit,
and had been in the service; of ;the.. companv
for thirty years, lie Was very niuch w'pected
by al) who; krie w him.  '. The Qmiri^ca iri inei^
spoke of him as a vety kind-heiirted Ain&:
obliging gentleman. /Immediately on,,receipt
rpf thesid new�� the.fljg of 'fho H.B, Co.?ses-;
tabUshmcut on tftU creek-was placed1 at vliaiC-:/
mast'; ' ( -������     '��� yC; .'-".j yy .yZ_ y
Land���Since tlje. pu^Ucatibii of the bfn.jial
Confederation term* there la an: increased ir*-
terest manifest in land, and iu answer toi��t
fe w \ ti qt i iri es we. would stale th at the id mil
Ordinance of 1870 provides for the privilege
bf preempting 320 acres of land ifsifrtato'
east or jiortli��� of the.Cascadh range of monii*'
ta i ns, an d 1 ti 0 <a cres if si tu ate in the conn try
Iyibg in; tljc , opj>osile pola{s.   Priyilege ti>r
pre-empt 100 acres additional tj the, 160 acres
pre-empted under the old: ordjriance is also
given by tbo new ordinance.  We will publish
a synopsis of: theVnew,:laud; law in: a future
number of the Sentwel:-/ Ayy" yZ:-y 'yZ
y Accident���On Hn n d ay : af ter n ob n'- ami tier /
named James Mitchell meXwith an rcQilent
while.sit work in tlie Dutch Bii claim on William creek.    A r o ck ��� ab ou t thirty- po uhda ���
weight; became suddenly detached 'from the/;
bank and.fell on Mitchell's head, causing,two
ugly-1 o oki ng wm i nda.   Dr. Ch ip p. was soo n! i n ���
attendance, and found that no mortal injury
bad b eeii>lr#i<?ted as - onlyjthc scaloihad bceii:
CUt   : ���../  ���: ,      /.    ;-���    ���>       , ,
��� The Weathbu ���The frost and snow which .
betokened au early winter in the latter part ���
of last.week gave; place to showers of; rain/';
which continued up to Thursday /wh^n^nter;;
again .suCcesstu 11 yydi?pnted for/piosse?s?iori; of
the a tm osphere; and a co nsi derable q u an ti ty
of snow; n0w cov^rs tlie ��� country herenhou:-tSi,
indication of earnest winter.
For O min kca���O n Tu e;*d a y ��� 1 a s t twenty .men ;
left Qu esn el mon th=for th e n e w. creek In'Oihf n -\"
eca: A considerable quantity of mercbaridtKer
and prodrice was forwarded at the same;timoA
to the minre by Messrs; Dun!evy and Manife, ~ -
of Soda Crec)t. y Cttpty Wright tm his steamer '���.,-.
up/the rivej* as far as the cany o nowhere lm*
men and cargo were disembarked.   1
ProKEF.R Qcartz MiLL Co.>-The annual -
meeting of this: corap any, vwas held on Tuesdiy;;
evening last, when the election of officers took ��
place. Mr J:B. Nason v/as -.reelcclel/ chair-.;
man of the Board p f Di rec to rsy arid the. f o U o w; ���/.
ing genUem&n;^
Directors:; J,'.-,Hi Toud:.secretary.���'-.���K.-:Keu-;./.
feldcr, J. G. Goodspu and, Ge.o,. Bytnes,   / \- yf
��� Thei '. Lowheo trail /has;1; o eon., cut '��� as far/ aa .
Forestvllle. and we untierstariil/ that all who
���A Look Out for Thusves���On Sunday last
f on r boxes o f b lack sand bel on gin g to  the
Caledonia co. Were taken.; away  without the 1
knowledge of the owners. On Tuesday morning an at temp t : to r o b M r Vignolb's til I was
made by a man who pretended to be drunk
and snoozing near the counter.   Mr Lavary!
the brewer, suspected the conduct of the man
as being assumed and watched him.   As soon
as it appeared that no one was in the saloon.
the boozy man suddenly became sober,leaned
over the cbuuter, and while iri t&e act/of
drawing out the till Mr L. politely requested
him; to stop; further criminal, /proceedings,
which he diJ, and left the saloon/as ".quickly
nti possible and as "sober as a judge<"r. pji
VVednesuay   night ; last-^^-./.&uop^.Vindbw
was broken and a lot of .7; at nuts taken therefrom.   This appearca to have been done a*
much for the purpose of cracking a joke a*
well as ',*ee nuts, the shells of which were
^.Vewn in front of the window, showing that
the thief or thieves had enjoyed the fruits <>i
the crime on the spot where it w.as committed.
Burglary���On Monday night last, between
eight and twelve o'clock, the Ciibinof. Capt
Blinn was entered and a few articles of small
value taken therefrom. The main object of
the burglary was to secure some money supposed to have been left in the cabin by Mr
Blinn, who had just sold his interest in the
Caledonia claim on William creek. The con��
dition of the cabin on Mr Blinn/8 roturn
showed that a hurried and almost complete
search had been made during M3 absence: as
though something more valuable than the articles'taken had been looked for. It would
appear that disappointment had inflarriGd the
mind of the depredator on finding that be had
missed the coveted booty, for it was evident
that an unsuccessful attempt to burn the cabin
had been made. A small pile of kindling
wood left near the stove had been ignited,and
a piece of candle put under it to insure its
combustion, but the fire did not spread, and
with the exception of tha \om of a pound of
butter and a bucksaw there wa& no harm,
are;directly interested in the trail, as."affordlug-..-
1 m pro ve d cornmn ri icatton y&vAy \y ell- satisfl ed
with the work.  The trail havirig been:ronghljr:;
pnt thro n gh !o ril y r eq u iv es a i i.; le g rad i u.g ti>.,
render it tho ro ugh 1 y co m pic to f0 r rise, d\\ ring
the winter,. \:i 22 : 2A-2
Sfe^ssus. L 6ppenlseimer:; T7~R^PiritiTlTV-JT-
McB. Smith, R. Holloway, W. Powell and>
Ha n: R. Carrall *' httve preset) ted the Carihbo
Amateurs  with   Lheir  Liquidation   TictreJR,
whioh are equivalent to ti donation of $120,
or;J$20.each:.;/'--: Ai""':* '^v2.'y'22 2
True Cornubia co. on Whipsaw. gulch have
sold their claims to Chinamen.   The Floyd /
en. St ou t gn 1 ch, h a V 0 so Id . the ir cl ai ms to
Lewis Wintrip. of "Willhim creek,'.'.for .$2250,,
Mr Wintrip intends to hydraulic the ground. ���
Kx^iiEss���The following passengers left by
iVe down express oi'last Saturday:���A Whet-,
stone and H. G- Hartnell. late members of the
Ke'ly compj'.ny. Lowhee crcjk; Chas Hinb
and Ah You Bet;   ,
Tub William Creek Bedrock Flume co. intend to commence running a tunnel yhortty
in the creek with the view of facilitivUng opoi;-
alio ns next season,
.Tub bu&uiess of the Blue Te.nl. Hotel and
Ranch will in future be conducted by Johu
W iigh t an d I) ay id P rait;
MrP.McKntec has on band a complete sot
of blacksmith tools, which ho offers for fiale
at a low price.
The,Quesnelmouth Ferry is now in the sole
charge of Mr Lecnre Brousseau.
Okis of tbe companies on Chkholra creek
have bottomed and got a prospect for wages t
Mbmouy presides over the past: Fem.'s
Cofpkb over the present The first lives iu a
rich temple bung with glorious trophies, and
lined with tombs; but Fkli.'b Goitkb has but,.
one shrine, and that is every breakfast taj>^
Its aroma walks the earth like a spirit, and
can, t>e found for sale at every rospeotabl��
dealer's An British Columbia. Beware of .
j spurious imirattona, *
III fl'lL JH-IH'TMifimP
/    Yale District
GsXTLGMtiSC,-1" ���// ��.*"'���'���'
- ' '/'In reply -to a request pof many.>of, Ihe.
Electors' that I would uccept the ; noimnntipn/
;5^ candidate mr. the rep^
and Yale District i ii the Legislative Council.
tft ihe coniihg election, I accept aiid;declave.
,-mjsftif on the situation.. ���,
���^Asi/my ; politVcal/ opinionsy are/ ^known
��� th e qii estfo u o f.' Co ti feUeailt o n'���;��� i t w il I.'sti fficii
lot ine to say!that for years I have been and
tun lb -day; o nii o f; i te /; W-a r mest and f uithfn 1
ami eipj/vi-terms of our .Union contract were
i'()jyitablevvWiUvi other. Provinces within the
1 i.oniinip.tu;;iffhe'iCOiidUiuns. whloh form the
liasis^>.f^hc. ': Vmiitica 1, admits of fewo;iniportant
Mv����hs&^ wisdom arid in-
tteUicencc^or^be -country,,:to be decided by.
HiUle government,/���; *...**���������*���
���"��������� ������;-'/|Ql&sre';:( ;of die Terms :~-^,It- is; agreed; that
tjyb'je^feingfarifl' aml/i'xeise' duties shall con/;
li^uQjjV'force, \\\ British; Columbia until the
; ;^
X tt-oflhTavoiV of Ihe Dominion ;Tariff on
iliose ^foiiudi:��� ^hatltis equitable ; -that it.
' yearly'slip into thcDomuiiot^
p6rt!'ofu falKe*polUical plea, called protec-
rtih'nv whereas there is-nothing to protect at^d
��� tltatiin orjlernto,.'.<save/-not only'$;th/e/sura: of
;/SlSO^OOO- to the/colony, but also; that it will
���'������ sOrye 'as ��a pneventiv^ to any unnecessary
political agitation hereaften    ��� >    *r,x
:  ; ^Clause 4-i- of ^erms<:-^^The conditions:of
"thefeecntive auihovUy and joiythe Legislature of'British Columbia shalUsubjectno'the
-. pyj)visions by^
1867", continue as existi ng at; the time of union
n-n li i altered b y the author] ty; of, the said Act,
i t/l) b i n k at tli e sam e ii me i u (id eratoo d that I he
���'British' Columbia;. ���, It beiog/alsjo und^lopd-
/ tl^ it is'Uiein ten tion of (lie Gbverhor3b
: /amehtl itlie'eitating/cbristiiutipn/'.iti���-:order : to;
have the inajonty , of 'the members of the
I^gislative^pounciL elective:!/     '.  .- v v
Hmliot in favor of :any such amendment
as,referred fo In; tlie .latter.- f-ar-t of: Oiauseli;;
vlmUI-will siip pbrfc^as one'ofMhe/condiUpnsi of-
unionitheinl^oduction/of-^a freeform of' gov^
.... er n nient on - a respohsib lo/hasis^ giving to tlie;
popple, wifh.unioni ttievrnahagement of their
owu local =affair>.    ^ "       ���-.,���..     '  \     -i
/;;."; 0 nr/p opujatf lo ci\l pa ri i amen t: .to ��� constitute
���ode ch a nil��er: co; ni p psed; p f' t we rt ty/me irib e rs; *.
1 sifcroF whom /having the ..confidence of Abe,
p eopl e v w ill represen t th e Go v ern ni en t, th eir
tenti ve of office depe.i���dirig/ori l\k\t haying.;a
maj orii y. i h the Hbttse.   Any fo rm of go rem-;
/ men t fo rB ri lisli, Gol umb.ia, >y h ose. i'n^ ti tu lions
ia a\ oii i ree a mi r esp b.nsiblc, I wi 1 to p pose.;;; '
In respect to ; i n ter :occa ni c com mn hi cat! on
b^n-ail', this ;greatTcn ter prise has al vvays-foiind
���; inime onc.of its /eavli est-and most faithful. aoV
v oca tes;;D and / as the Do mi n i On Gov er h men t;
; as, a cpnd; tion, u tidertake to ]seen re. the com<
m en c emen t: \ si m u 1 tan e on si yj; wi th i n t wo y ears^
froiii the date of union, of the construction of
a raj! wa y fro m th c Pacific; to wa rds the -Rock y
Moifnjtai ns, and the cp ra pleUon.ipt.'sii ch road
wi ih in te n years .fro m d'ale/of iin i o. ii, I 0 el ie vo
it to :.bei'.lhc; thAy of 'A he; /country 'to observe
t !i at t ii is sti p u 1 a ti o ri. i h the' ii n i o ii Zoo n true t -. jh ,
faithfiiily fulfilled.     / '      ',;
. I vv'iii iuake no remark at present as regards
the'other terms of our political contract, believing that they1 wil I be unobjec tion able to
the cotintry, : " '������"''���
The aboliiion of Head Tolls on flour' of
cu 1 o n iai.. m anuf a c tu ri��, i f not tlie en lire re;
mo va 1 bf t h e.gat e at Cl in.to n, I w 111 in os ti w i I -
linily .support, other.local issues to be -dealt
with Uirough local legislation,    . .. . -   ,   ,.,..
In ct.nclndon. 1 pledgt? myself to Kupport
the  poIitical pv\ucip 1 es  ahove 'meiillutied,
stud y i h e in te re.-1 s a n d reqit i rein en i s of m y.
no iw.{! twe n tat, a nd en d eav o i ' to j j i*o mo "ttJ  1 ti 'J
��� ge ne t al ���,., w ei fa rO. a nd p r o s�� p e r ity o ( B rf t i *\i
Co Is I in bin;;:. and, i n: o I'de r to m o re f a 1 ly e xp 1 ain
tliose principles, 1 hope to meet yon at air
early, clay.',',.. ..; ;;-   , ���;;..   ./,.,
I am. Gentlemen: y- .
; "���; .���..;;.. l"oni"8 .fai t h !'u fl v, , '��� ���',; ��� -���
. ���'"���-.  222Z' i'".y:: -/.".litJBiE.&MITlt
Lytton\B.C.;Sept.'19,1870. :A.A . .  *y
/This; coici>raled lie. tic'iae has won a. .deservedly
high rcpulatioa as kin aileyiaior of paja atd a preserver of health/ /It has/become' a household remedy
frbm ihb (act thaMt giye��jmrnoaiatean^l permaueut
'relief.'" / It /is "a parely :vyq geiable^prepara ti on... made
from' the -best and imr'esi :mjiteri?} !s,; safp ��� ;to keep a nd
to use i ri every Tim ily./.. 11 Is, rcconi mendod.by phys
icians and persons br all classes;;; and tO:d ay/after a
puttie trial of ItiXrby years/^-tlie Average Hfe of ma n
-^-it stahds iihrivaU^d;"and unexceliod, . spretiding !ts
A\"i'i; BarkervilierB;C.,>���:Aiignti'l8,-.X8.7p;''���������-..���..;
lts favor;; ;as ms -b6ttlo/\v ill xip'.more to ivmvlncft yon
of its .ciDclicx-/t'ian /all'^ie adi-erfi'rfcm&'ri'ts in the
world;, ; Oi v$At oiio'- fair ivh\ pnft you'ttvoaW' uot be
wlt-houtlV:^vrtea/timss;its cost... , ;>���' ?..
i .'Directifms^^ttccoiripijnv/each1 bottle;"
-. /Sdfd/by/ayi^DrnggiM and Merchants/
fwwcouiinnwMiiawi������im'ii  ���urn' i'i "���������ii ��jiggg*5SS
/;MlSGELIi.ANE01][Sv^:? fe.
mm, /iipRr- mom
SODA^.GKSEKi^-'' i':-'//:'- '    ^   �� ���>"    ''���
; / '';'���'���; .; ' A 'QUSSNELLE, and ."
��� ��� ..    ������- <��� ���    ���/-....      ;. '-Also,     ��� . . ;';���', . ������   ��� /
���/;'/; ' ;-   t-with boil:sks,\ .... :/ /;
Suitable for sraallstearaers. '���;.
'���"'; ��� 0[in i apj .ipr i 1.1.2 i$'> il8 70;;: A
y/yy^iM ;.6m
MESSRS: ;MEAOHAM /&./NASO.N .ari?; prepared,to
: fiirnisJV T.umbor at their Mills/ William ' Creek,
or deliver tt to ortler, i T... ���     ."      ��� ���- -^
/ WILLIAM GREEK,,- -.-,;
; Raving ��� a PI ah i a g Machine'1 In ope ratioai; th ey- wil
.also furnish Drossed Lqmbcr at satlsfactpry ra %mp: i
^Planed Lumber and Shingles constantly on hand
:; ���-,-/ lyyy:.y- :V:.?jeiitf'" : yy  ������ ''"-���- - ���
Ayh, Isaac 0. .
Arwing:,Mr.!r ;'.', ���������
Brott-nHugh       /-
BulelyJohn     .  ../'.
IJroWn Henry H
Br akin Michael
Braiiey F-
Briggs Sumuel
]iakt;r William-
Biouvena Joseph
Be le Constable;
Beschamps Lonard
Cli'rk H R, 2
Christian Hoary
Gorrigan Owen
Uliorley Robt   ,
Carlin Rodger. ���'���'
Carsiers Fred-H, 2
Cran dull. Mar ii
Connurs D'nuis,: .
CorbvUMUch'enl ;,_
Chins i5i    '���;������ ;. !':'i":
BavisQD    "'.-.;-.;������'
Davis W h:   .;;,���
Dickson Chariest
D'uickmon Honon p;,:
Drake John '/,i'���/���.;.
Douglass; David >:
Dix^ii John .fi..-��;���-���-
Henry An.srustine, 2./
Q-a.rre.dof Antonio . /,
Gal! eglier James
Grsr'ii?ladevA-B- y
KuolinvoiJohn  ������>'.���.;
Hancock ft'Jt-	
Horn Edward
j-l'irt Divid/
KuwelaPredk;��.;., ;;:
Ho'vah-'H.''^;;/";:"'  .;-:-
Hut ton William-. ,-:
Unr^iingsG/    /.,.;"���..
Howard Samuel   -,.-;.
���Hodge Watson
-John soil Nathan: ';   '��'
- Johnston Thos_ p.. yyyzy
--HUrwus Jas
v. Kisteo Cbarlee .;  ���. >,;:
;'XewSs'G' "���_'.-
. I/awrle S'   ���'������;.��� ;7'/ '
'Loivg.BA,;,.. :-:.;;>/ .--���;���'
l/msteamc Hussin.. :
Mat'giii^ Joseph, %'"' ',
'MavesWG- ���">���'*     ���
jfcLand ihilcomb   ,.,.,
Mcliinis Keil
Ma liory, Timothy J   .
Mclni.r J no t      . /
���'Itfculiis:'Styfe��!m:-; ��� '.,"��� ���"'���
Owens WUUamv  v; i;
Ohara Joseph -iV: -,//::
pindr Ih;i>ry,...
ra ul s-mi o bus-'������;,/��� >-.
: VthiftllrK .���'"���������/-   ?������'; ���...
���sr��i%Virin,Q:������������-. /-���v'v-1
i Bus ton G, 3 ,; .v
'B'lcaJey. Geo,.. ���'':;.;/:',:���  .;",..;
KObcrts William
���:BlchHTils&-Davis ;^v .;-.v
/ Ritchie QD
.; Robertson \V H
-Blchit'rds Adelpli
Rappeti David
Stuart James
Sill W   .
��� .S'vbois N II
.Slept>eh Bernard:
��� Sovneen David I)
'Sehimil Joseph
Fch.tci uJ.uli
/Xhiitnson J
��� f vhon Ti.os-
Viirch -rean Louis
. Wriivi III:
AVils.-m G^o
;-piVill.in Jame3
/-Woo.', Taos     ..
WeMhue W-
Agent Rirnvr-i's Kiprcss,
'yy.    -- barkerville; ;��� ���
���".. ;KEST DOOU'rTO;;SB^rij?B-t... GFVICE.
MINERS AND; TRADERS will n b d ; it to the I r' "ad
vantage to purcliasc a 11his 3tor e, \vhero there is
or ti
or tlio very best description on hand, and
constautlyropienjshedhy new arrivals. T
'������--;. toys will sell .Good s
the Stock
The propria
orderspromptlyfilled,and .forwardoa with dispatch
A Z' Z." ���. ;.   BEEDY & tlKDUARD,
Van Wiiiklo,. Proprietors
ya;t:e;s..strest,, victoria, v/i.-
._'-.y ������    ���������.-.,. .. and ���     ��� ���:
:.  : BY JAMES.ANDEngpX.
PRIGE,-;; :���/-���/,;, .-��� \ +.\ ���   ONE DOLLAR
?-~ ���'-��� ��� ."'y
.   For sale at th e Se.vti.vel -Office  and fo r wn rd o d by
pnqt,,'.free of chujm  ���:',.���. ���   ."��� ruy2S
' ���   i.- 2'-.2.   ,/;DECEASED.' -    ���'"'
T-. this Establishrh en t Wil la 1 way s b e fou n d a well
,      selected an 4 v.'ariecUsBortroen;! o'i th o;\ ...
^/,:'':/;-/.;;:/in:CARipop; ;.;';v/.:;.'':. ^
ALSO--A good sclccUonorCVothlng; Hardware, Glass
an ci C rocke ry.; B cat h rn od. & ^ o! Tobn ceo, ;
".'""/'    ,    Mftdicines,-nc/, etc! .,,-���-.-
Bes t J a v a CofTe c Ro a s te tl and ,6 r ou n.d; 1> AILY.,.-'
ALL^ GOG1)'S."i50iib' itT/LOAVEST RATEJ>
Tb e B AR i s j ti��ly s upplic d. with; ttv"o chbicest' ��� /
'���''���'"'' HmvahaOl'sftV(?/Wine?andMqn'f*rs!//,-
: I trust by strict i tie n tion to t>usim��sfcvuVt!tairand
squa r e I ea iin g. t o n\ er i t a s) a U l i a a an o (;. o I t h c U bcr;i!
pa tronage lie re tolo'r t '����� x tien *' e<;��� t o m e.
'  A Iargt- lot,ofHKYWOQD^S -calebr^ee BACOK
for sal e,' a t ;'a ve ry I o w ii gu r _e. % -.
Van-r Volkeiibiirgli & Go.
" -And���"^:-:.'"/'���'"".��� ;
Mining and ^Agricultural
Ql'RATT &./IRVIKG 11 mnfacture. all- kinds of
O Macbin^ry for Farmers an I Minora.-.ut-ihoAlbinii
��� Fputtdry, Vrctorin, V/l.., and for cheapuess Vn '
q n a 1 i py tli ei r work c n\ n n t b ft ri vn 11 e d 1> y a n y ol h or
inyeliiulsts., First premium Gijhniial inaflo 'Wrought
Iron PlouRbs, alter the Scotch stylo, univ-Ts:diy.,ac-
koowlodsod tob*j the best in use, price.��65. . Oj\Ut*
for Quartz Mills/ Iron'Pomps', &n., Ploughs or pirtg
of Pte u k lis, pro m ptly, at t e nd ed - to. m v 7 (I m";
Pacific ��� Telegraph Hotel,
Store street ^between Herald &Fisgi\rtl),
Aiiclre-w Astrico,    -   ' -     -     Proprietor.
ytton, &.C., August'22, 1870.'
��!-'o <��iu
Per day, $\,   Pi ngln mc'a 1 r��, 37 1 -2 een!��.'
ifi>~ A Fireproof '���safe in the no use,'  ���
The Steai^I^On^Tn
-������Ayyyyy CAPT.'wit:- 1^1x0;:      ���'" - :
T E^ESJvew JSBRtaifwfe tor Ari 1   ,     "
hi- days and Saturdays; >a?e on We(l^s.
Th a. steamer \v ill hot be rosnoiisiM,, >   .
Liquids shipped in/tin or glass"    0Rr��r leakage of
������//.-,.,; .,;���'' ��� ��� ������ ��� ' '   T-..���"    -niy'
wu.u^ .irway.Aw.^hi.: ou, prepared to f��r\vartlMm!
pounds per month, on and after the i*. ar iC.,M>000
from Quesnelmouth to the head of���naviSi^S,   m{>
Ja8t?0/: ,; ^^^���V���^���������^^';������'������>A^TRIOKHICBgY
'���-yAyzyy}^ ~~^
THRWargc/AVOMINKCA^'Capi. Moore wilii,*
I pared, on the Istday of jfnVnS 'in l<?Jt
regular I rips from t he' foot of Stuar 1 Uke ?< , > ?��� J
���ofnavi^ut^bn "take Tatlah, - carrying iK
passengers^' u i '.>%������ '"���> -;.��*������'- ** "V*ut aai1
, T^Omittec^^js.SSlons^nrdcn'and is provided^
slxwa er-light compnrlmenls and *e.piW JJS
"is 25 head of pack animals on deck. ���
s��d',?-        yy j. w. Vcoiir
Quesnelloraoutb, April 10th, 1S:0. L.j%
rpnp oVdebsigsed begs to ikform ms
1 tri?udsand Ihe public, tliat he has fiuccupsoin
comfortable: bed-rooms
In his new building, where he Is prepared to?!vj
ffrtiwi B'*ds at a reasonable price. These wboviJi
.favorhim with their patronage, may depend on U*
cleunhess and com fort, ol bi< hnusv;
H- lakes also this opportunity to romiarfthp.r.-.n.
booite^ that hi? Brewery hap receive- th* i\\:.l
VBXZE oS'tUeGolodyrorhlfCt'k'bni.tCii.
2 ��� : XXX ale,      ,-������-.
And!ih b trnearnatettr"fxrt 1 lb e' Vi>1 ��'io j ui 'r��. I y 'ii; ta'''
s eiy.o e tha t: s uch h en era b I�� p ri>.e (i <i i l> o*:; j "j j*; ly
awardcd,to bim. ^;j >/; - , t
'������ N."B..���A large front to ont'tr. u-t. ���.'..-
Barkerville Jati!:'23.1 SGf'.,        / \, S.Cl^'iO...-;
*1 LU0BBING,W.ORK IKT1X, COlTtB;,3l��rt
iri- ;Ir6h,Viiuca;nd I^ad.Piptng,.aitc-niUM to^di
prompthGss^ahtf,:warranted, to.give entire .sat*.
tact un.       't''     ��� "''        ; "������"���'
ESS;^    ETC.,   :
;] y-:.:y E. PEARSON & BROS.,-:
\ / CdlebratcU
-Declared by Connoisseurs to he
;    THE  ONLY   GOOD  B&OC&
Caution against ^^;T^Pn5?mewf'b����M
tnoat dolieious and iinnvalle" u"! :''0f ����wcr{fS'
oansAJi.ctTlulh dealer to apply Jhf "4Xf ^.^ilA
terphtru H.a��p.n��.the publicly hereby .mlornui
on) v wa v ��, o s ecu re the |- r�� b h- e. I ?tn
ASK  FOR- LEA "4 ^RBI^^^g"
Kndto^ that their names are open U>e
r.Ank 1.?; stoprtin, a !\d byme.    .       'f , pll- M^tJ.
SunWol tboforeigh markets b.��xinfc "   u*v^
with ii suuriou'sWorcestershire^H%iul,iTJgJ
per and label, of which tbename^H'j^^, to
have-been forged, Ii.' *P*/;'��i4; wiOip^'
havo; furnished their enrrespftnn^ ���-. pJlli,Bt ma I,
uttomev to tnk�� instant .P^^^^^oil^^;
factuktuts and vendor s of suc v JrJvBffltdf.-.; ��� -I ���?
lions by. wbjch;thci.r t>ht may be 1 n^ A .^ G-
A& 'for LEA &;PEKRINS' Sane ulei ���,
���: Name on "Wrapper, La-oei,
couer;Crosse and BUckwell, WJ"11'
by Grocers and Oilmen ttoivcrSMij*
��� ����� 1^* Ml LVJAJ ���VlB1,


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