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 TC  ty.'i  EK  y  :    A,  ������������������   '������������������  m  nt  i  \lJi  a^aaAB SjO-i Saturday,: Sspt. 3,51870.  ?&& _   ^=z=:zT:7^^ T:W:-l?t.'] P������������* Plac^* or the foot-hills.   The immense  'TUE'CA.Rii*vM"���������V-uAv^::fXT:lJ^: gl.'ie( ahd cement mioenil ranges, exUuiding  Published evei'yvSaUirday by "   ^       - ���������*- -  Kb! 18  ���������>  Stocriptidnv:   . i   50-dents^Wefe-'  MISCELLANEOUS.  ���������y-7 JlAT&.Qir A^  For ntio ?quVre* June inch), first insertion,  h      ,'���������"   y    A-./' ��������� ohcriibiitli, -  For two squares, flrs't Jiastrl ion,   ���������.-'���������'���������;���������'.-.������  ������ ft   .   one month, r ',- ��������� \������. ���������'��������� y  $3;  9  ^Vwiis'ior tlie'k:C'ari'%^  Qriftsfli^lfti^th',       -.,    ���������  Srt'liiCreok, ' - y������; ::-">;y^  .'Clinton,   ���������/. * "  ���������;-. s yy ������  ������Ynli\     ���������',..... ���������      Mr. Evans,  "X*w Westminster ���������'���������'} A/r ���������  Tjctnri-i,".-' '���������������������������������.,    *,: ������������������:. .    .  "I.. P. Fi.������'uM\.     :   ..   '������y:->  Hu&on &'Mem\tr    -   *'.y-v������:  Mr G.W. Lipdhart.   '.y  * ,i.  oBftrhar<\'s'Kxpre^  ���������~-   Burnacil-'.s Express  ..'���������' ���������  RarhJtrtVs Express  do y yyy 7 (io   .:-  . .\Clarksoii'.A Po  -   .,' John: Coll ens  ���������u:;    San'Frnrieiscn  ���������.:;:���������-���������'���������>< New York;  to  Tit fi C A RI BOO SENT INEL  toli. Circulars, Poslers and Programmes. for  ���������-'Balis ami Theatrical Entertain merits ;  JEa?"Kxec'iiie(l williI neatness"Anil"dispatch.^/.  .,  Terms modernicA '/���������'       '7yf  <V>������|iJMMVfa  ,. TO.\0yBRTISE_ns. ' y  7   ;'  All :\���������5vrrliscmonts��������� (hot. jhse.r toil ��������� for. any .definite'  pi������l-������,h1..WU.Uo cnitlnued until ordered; out,  and  "Ay   TO COnRESnpNhENTS. ���������/;;  Zk\\ ci'nn������ntertons mnRtyho"nccompanicd .by;th*  ��������� wnhTtW'i'if i>ii;)lislvniB't.be:saincrbut-:a^'sccurlty  \i'if Us L'iinit taitl). ;  T H R C A It IB 00 SENT!NEL  Ta puMlsho-V hi Rirrkcrvinoi eyorv Satnrflny,  !>'  Ta pu^llslio! In n:irk(?n*iHo cvory Sfitttrdny., Al  i IvTtl'-s'-th"tils inM'ti lo'l 'for iiiP'Ttion, must.no neliy-  inlalmst at Six o'clock, P.M., Hi e day before  :>lblic iti^u. ' > '    . ....  rRE-EMPTION;LAW FOR'PLAEEIl  MINES.'' "'.  1  ncnt living -  .mcdtlinttW H  ������ sauck  An Act amendatory ^of the Act  approved  July 2(iih. ISfifi. nuilioris'ing  the  entry of  mineral lodes. h:\s boen passed by: the Con-.  gross 'j 11 .*t a rljourncLl, an d dp pWred by the  ProsMent, which authorises the entry of placer  tninornl iMtula iri quantities not excecdirig one  hundred and sixty acros at a price .per, a ere of  $2 50.   The sale of Hits class of lands was for  a IniijE lime-rifipos.i'ci by a tarjye-.majority of  tho jooplr .of iho'Sfale ;-1iiit thoimlispositton  of rapittl'sts a������s well as laborers"\tb'engage in  oxlcniiiv^ improvompnts of property to which  ttoy could nblaiu no ttrle. ftrtd Ihe  difficulty  in securing the capital and labor to construct  extonsivt;  and costly cuts ������nd tunnel outlets  to mine* to which Ihcre was no- title; have  ciwnp.'jj pnS.rlic opinion with reference to the  sili'of tli<> Onvenimont title to the actual j>os������  K's^u* of mines, aud now there seems .to be a  P'ii'-rai IMinif itt favor of the policy of- the  new hiW.   in fiu������ font-hills of the Sierras are  Iwxp tracts of lords, the soil of which carrier  R-hl hut H i-< *������r liiilo depth.   Tltes������������  placers  will all hei'vontually worked, but they cannot;  w w nk������'d in ninny instances'without thecon-  sU'iidion oi" drains to secure fall for washing  Hj������ onrth. and  witli'onfc constructing water  uiIoIk's and Qtuhes. The small claims allowed  l>y local mining laws would not justify miners  J������ going to the expense of ditching anrl drain-  w^, but under this law allowing any area less  *"jui ICO acres to a singlo ��������� person or nssocU  alipii, these lands, although poorlnrainehtl,  th^qug^jEe^ mining regio ns; will be brought  into a working condition under ihe provisions  0f, th is, law;   Costly syste m s; o f waste en I s and  hinfieVs nittst be cohstrUcted to provide an  "oil lie t for-the i m in ense m asses of .deb ri s wash ed  down by the; use of hyd ran 1 ic machincry before" tli ese mi n ea c an he, tnad e p ro tl 11 c ti.v e and.  p ro fi table j an d i t; ta reaso ;%b 1 e to sn pp ose  tliat to allow miners'enlarged iniiiihg claims  under a government '��������� patent, will encourage  theenter prise; of constructing these necessary  works.���������[San Francisco pajjev. ,  Ayy/Z.^. xm^mAR ;'NE^^,: ���������..  ���������j;' The ''late; telegraphic dispatches confirm the  reported success of;the Prussians and; their  ad van ce in t o; Fran ce. The French a re said, to  be furibuijoyferthe defeat Of Hhelr armies;oh  their own soil. A; Paris despatch states that  a proclamation of the Express acknowledges  that the wa,r ;has commenced unfavorably, to  the French, and calls foivnhity'of: action.  i Paris; w oii Ul seem to ��������� be*considered i n danger..  .j it hh vtng: beeft <\ecVxred in a ' state .of siege  and immense prep ara ti o h s for its cl efe he e arc.  being; madefy Thp" BavanaiV cavalry wer^  push ing ra ptd ly tow ar d s Pa i;is and in a k iii ir  I p risoners o f; (hot waa d s o f re I rea t ing- F rem cl v-  h wa^Th^Zcha^^iXi f-|he P it i'i sians v en ts itself  upon the government and a re vol ution is pro-  i reoaldg. i The ,,F r enClj a rm v. I n A con fid t? nee  comprising the Imper  of com hi a nd ets; was; a bsi 11 u tjdy ifec t ������ts?a ry to  ���������^s^juulinj. i^yeniy'in^^j^fUrR-^ the  Corps Legislati ff haOSinu^^  of the Em p ero r. ���������, T h e Nation a 1 Qi i a rd re f n n _ ]  to fire on thc Parisians, who" \w\. coiiiuiencv)  an insurrection, and embraced thorn instead;  The populace demanded the abdication  and  exi le of th e Em peror and li j s Wy.i i i 1 y, the re -  moval of incompetent cemMMls. and a enm-  plete change in the" fonn ot government.���������'  Accordingto the Pall Mall Gazette, the. Km  j.prbss Eugehie-ia preparingfor fliirht. and it is.  ".?...��������� T^Mofivl mis tieiui sent to  MISOELT^ANEOUS.  ���������yy2Ky'2For. Sale pi^.td;^^^-;;^-;.,  1 BOARDING HOUSE, situate atllfolioaiiof St out 1  IX   Giilcli. liirnUtiea with Knuge and \ everything j ���������.  lvecessarv for tii"c business.  Terms.taodoriito. .'...-������������������'���������l  Apply to ,   ,ril63..1',IiETCIiEK, .  jell 11'.. ���������'"-������������������ :Barkerville.  S A VV N E Y'S'/ LEI" t ERS  AMD  ".;���������;;,; ;ei. rwATsmXAAX.  ������ffl������vVl graver, Government street,-next to.the  &&&iX St; N icimlii s. II Mt(! I, V ic tor ia, V.I. C li ronom ���������  otcrs 'antl-Watclies cleaned, repairejl; an tt warranted ���������  Every description (������t Jewellery made to order.' -Plain  ant Ornamental Engraving neatly. Executed,, -y.  Orders lVoiri tho tipper couat^r^prompily attendcd  C A..Ft |"B;'.bvO -.yti:'H;.Y-;M;;.������'.:s;\ ���������  .-���������...    y'A $BT JAMES AND ERSOK .'���������,'.".  PRIG33,-     -      - 2Ziy\ ,ONB DOIitAIl  Fdrsale dt the Sbxtisel Offlco; and forwnrdedhy  pqst4frce-ofchaTgo3.;  "��������� y���������''��������� ;; ���������''.;.. mypXiA  ���������      .i   i-M  i    ,  A  For Sale,  CHEAP   GOODS I  .     ':       'COMPRISING���������'- ''���������  , (Groceries,    * y  <)F TEE B3ST;QUALITT,  -^ofsale'aVihi &*t* <* tho^iiide^ipned Jn^T*^  vi^^t^nl;^ .  a.  ii' .'���������'������������������:��������� .:-rAT-���������- :'..���������-  ;c;;;;:\;;THO������>r;^^T;pH^$  S e c o ^d -lia n d S* 0^ ������ *  :B0(yiSlBE TO PBES  r - \������ PFNIOVEP XO BAKKEUVIU.E, ^s^  (felt", nnil v. |n.������t cnmwiMiu^j I-1 AS tir.������.������ ������,^ -^^^ ul- a^asc; ana esocvue  ciay he taken up in snch quantities as to warrant this expense. We have no doubt but  that the effect of this law will b6 tri stimulate  wming enterprise, especially tb devolopo^nd  work the large, shallow and comparatively  ���������eported the Prince Imperii! nas.been seat In  London.  . Candidates���������The pros] n .ct'. of an ei ec t wn  al way 9 bri hgs out a cer tain n ii nil jer of cai vdi  dates, and the general anticipatbii that Mn>^������  \vli o��������� may be elected^ w\\ 1 nd t: be sii il >ject t������ tlu������  whims,or caprice ofHne Mvecuiiivev h>r��������������� ?eat  in the'Council seems likely to bring qnite;:!  numboiyof;candidates to the surface. . In th*>  NWn'aimo(.G6moxl)istrict: we h*������i������r "hf Mr II  Wallace, of the firm of AVa!l:ie������\& ilntchesou,.  Victoria, and the Hon, Mr Unburn. iMlitor ot  the Colonist,   For Victoria District 'No. 2-.  the district extending from $\\\ Spring I^laml  and Chemainus t^Soolve. including all <*xeepi  Victoria city" and Ewquiinalt. town���������we have  heard the names of Mr II V\r. Ped*r?c, ll<*nrv  Nathan, and, of course. Hie present nitfinb-.y r  M r DeCosmos.   For V i c tori achy a n d E^q u 1-  malt town District, the names of Messr.*. !)ralv<*.  Helm'cken; DeCosmos, Mayor Triml������l������,' A, -R.  Robertson and II. Nathan,   hx New Wes I minster District there are two candidates���������W.-J.  Armstrong and Hugh Nelson.   For,Yale, it is  presumed that Mr Barnard will he a candidate.   In Lillooet-Clinton District. Mr T. B.  Humphries is squarely in the field as a can  didate, and Mr Geo. A. Kelly is also a camli  date for the same district.   In Kootenay District,. Me NyM/ Hicks and another.   The refusal of Governor Muegrare to make provision  for the payment of the reasonable expenses  of members operates as a hindrance to a full  and fair representation of the country.. Let  the electors be cautious as to, whom they  pledge-tliemeelves  to support��������� [Victoria  Standard.  ili.-isi.������,������ ot.it isyy i .   .   r(ll-s.,Hvary (ma������us)  annual i������ \\li-\ lMV1.' '' V..,i.   i.t((������y uslheiJuin?, .c������m-  '^���������iwlf rl;11 ���������hm i 'i^ So w >nji  U^��������� iK u ^U^iUvU liui Doing decuyed. '  c;u"?   l   '    me;   1 Ui������ v,ry D^t W^y known.  y ^Jy^t    1       't r^-r'neVs piv.u.ymJ  I'***������������������1II~������V*M������������  ...^������, ������.y..^ /wv, v<.;  ������'-���������  ���������SODA.;.;CBEEK,. ���������&.;,..;.;:"/: ������������������; 1/ii��������� iiyiLy ���������  |yyy^   Also,",        yiy_:-:V -;'..'.."':'  ���������'". y .'     WITIFBOILERS,:  Ciintqiv.Apnl Ulh, 1870.  ^^-.���������tj  <>������*  j: hahper,  . apt6 6iu  -UP-J  j^stanrant and-Bakery.  R  Meals, ������������������������!.".���������. Board. $16.per Week.  ..JKEiAD MADE.(3F  THE BEST FLOUK  Wcrccoitimcndtothcpubhcour  GROUND    COFFEE,  PATTF.KSOS fc GOODSOX^  LUMBER!  1  .MBACHAM '& KASON" ar<> prepared to  or deliver it'tourder.  M^,fiS?alS^  LUMDER. DELIVERED ON LIGHTKINQ  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS OX  \YILLIAM CREEK.;  Having a Planing Machino in operation they wil  :'lso furnish Dressed Lumber ut satisfactory: rates.  Flu ned Lumber and Shingles constantly on hand,  Ijeli* tf  TT*,  Miners' Provision  Store,  BAIIKEUVILLE,  KivXf Doon to S b ntin ich 0mas. .  T this Kitalilislnncni willalwaysbe found a well  looted ana va]ie(MtB.soriincnl ot the  VAN    WIISSKLE  Lightning Cukkk.,  U   v.mtagc lo paiBtewc at Uiuoiei  ,  A UBBE ASSDSITIESI OF GOODS  tors will sell t������uujs.i  AS CHEAP AS ANY IH CARIBOO.   ,g-g^,^^^^l^^  0r<!crsProa,ptlyailod)andforWarac<lM, \)j*Stf,AclyUw Ojnre. 8^  Vac Winkl������������  AT L GOODS SOLD AT LO (I EST RATLb  ALL-   WUUU^ *l,nMin<r.CBt y Ipi  *"       -o   "  -v*&inMnr:^���������:-\..z^ r.^   ������������������-*'.-.'-���������������- ������������������"**''-"  '   '  i .   vi  > ;  ���������  ;  ��������������������������� . ���������  '  til  /  :  ly ���������  ;.'i,->* ���������  ���������f  7  ������'  .! :  .  '.  1  '       ���������  *\\i  i  ,    >  l  - :.  ���������  :>   ?'  ;���������.'��������� t  A" 'Aa  Y "fT I? P A P T fVfii fi S T? N'TT1STF f   i���������sP'onsik le form  of ; gover nihetit; ���������'" If the  1 Ilil UillM 1>UV p.L/li A xxi ������ju canon were under the jurisdiction of a popu-  ;SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1870.  y THE GORGE OF DISASTER. 7  The acoi���������e^fc which took place in the gorge  commonly called the cunon,;situate:he.tV7een  Barkerville and Richfi������Jd, produced a justifi-  ��������� ab*e outburst ^indignation against the colonial government, and we feel, compelled to  giro expression to the feeling and to' the rea-  eous wiiy if is considered' a justifiable;.cause  for complaipt and.indijrhation; There are  many parts of the Cariboo road which are  equally as dangerous as the canon, and this  tact may be urged as a reason on the part of  government why..vii ;has not been widened.  It may be said, that if one narrow part is to  be broadened, then the government cannot  consistently.leave the other dangerous parts  of tbe'road as 'they \ are,' aud, hence an enormous expenditure will be necessary to complete the work of which- the widening of the  canon is, only the commencement.' We contend; that the dangerous parts of the entire  road should be rendered safe, but we admit  the Question of ^expense to be a-difficuU ���������mat-'  ter.-ahd say that that part of the road where  accidents are of frequent occurrence should  at least he attended to. In| this ^particular  part of the highway the particular circum-  Btan ces wh ich are ; the o ccasion of frequ en t  accidents should be considered, and, special  reasonsX.fbr the';specialywork will^efbuhd.  'Ibe canon is situate in the roost populous  part of Cariboo, an4 ofi; the; mainland^ It; is  the main artery,of;communicate there  is scarcely a man orVwomaa in the district  who"; does not pass .thro ugh, it several ti ra es i n  tbe year; while the larger portion of the population 7 nave roohsiant: ^occasion ;t67 pass  through it; ������������������.'.It is clearly a publip .rhighway,  not:a local thoroughfare, and clearly tlie business oL the 'government to render it.safe to  the ��������� colonial and district, travel.   It ��������� would  no tobe within our city limits if we had; a m n-  nieipaigovernment, ^nd,:moreover, the road  tolls are collected on all merchandise brought  in to .the - town or district;;: -The queslio n of  expense ought to, give way ?to;the-quWi-ion bf-  humanity, ylfc seems,' however;yas=if government; where, the^^ of a little: in o uey  is coubernedv* will not give heed:; to., wnvtwiAh  in respect to a matter of life or dejitlr io; ?.!������t;  traveller iiiitilifc has be& shown tliat 'ihe Ytfe  is really imperilled. -It required;;r^i^atija;  warning and ,remonstrance  .flunrig ^everiiI  years before any ��������� effort was'm;.'de to r^dvy  .navigation^safe by removing Ofi'e.-br tliir-'.^fsi.  ters7 Rocks" in the Fraser.   it. lyquivH-cj more  than warning and, rem ons i ranee. ..It was necessary, that actual loss of. lite stimiid occur  before government'-.'was convinv&l th\i .tte*.  was any danger to life,   It reqniri'4 loss ot  life.to convince government thai the repeated  warning aud remonstrance were not merely  ���������the ebullition of a blatant press, but the expressed feeling of an indignant people.   For  fire years.the government have hmi calld  upon by the Grand Jury, expiring the"������*Hi-  eral  opinion, to , widen the danger<i \k thoroughfare, but nothing has been done,  not  even a reply, vouchsafed, uor an excuse offered for the non-performance of the work.  Let the people fake' care of.fhemsetnes ; all  .we cart for is tbeir money.   that seems to  be the governing raaxtra .of the powers that  be.   The common.. iuipiihe& oi bmnanity are  . superseded by the greed for reveuue.   Spe^  : cial ��������� ~ taxes���������ex traordi n:t ry p r >st age rates ex-  to ttionate co 11 rt lee*  \X- i- d to 11s*"e to.���������are 1 e-  viedo.n; the peo}ne.u7 this .iisuict. and their  II ves daily i ra peri i [m 1 Uy y-m m ost een surable  neglect and parsimony on the part of those  Who run the machinery of government.   It  Beems as it" they would not more in this matter until compelled to do so from tbe shame  which in the'case of ihe ���������'Sisters' Rocks" ac-  O'dent rendered any   further   delay ^really  criminal.   We ,h*n> -  lar organization, a,municipal or county gbv-  ernment, the complaint of the Grand Jury  would not have to be reiterated for five years  in successioh/ We pay already too many  taxes, \ ho we ver, to ask for local go ver n m en t.  and tliereveniie of vthe district is sufficiently  ample to admit of doing the needed workj  and to be done, /too.,;'by: the government that  receives the road-tolls for. the road of which  that through the canon is a part.  7  QujtRTZ-rMr Sadbux is crushing some of his  quartz by the ar as tra on Mosquito creek. The  ore looks better as the. depth of the cut onHhe  ledge increases, The rockis^taken from the  Jower part of the claim, and in consequence  of its improving appearance the Wright co.,  whose claim adjoins the Sadoux ledge, have  commenced working, the ledge near their  upper.line so as to obtain the same quality of  quartz as Mr Sadbux.  Memory presides oyer the past: Feix's  Coffee over the present. The first lives in a  rich temple himg with'glorious trophies, and  lined with to nibs; but Fell's Coffe e fa as but  one shri ne, and ih at is e very: b re afi fast tab 1 e.  ���������I ts aroma; w al ks th e ear th 1 i ke, a apirt fc, and  can Tbe vf oii n d for sal e at e very res pec table  dealer's in British Columbia;; Beware of  ���������'spurious.1mitatiop;'7':'7:v"V7; . * r.  .Messks. J. Wickhara and -H. Havelock commence d s oii ci ti n g subscri p tions fo r the Cariboo Hospital this'week arid met with encour-'  aging -success.��������� The Cariboo cb., Wil 1 iam  creeks donated; ������50." Messrs, Mcac bam and  Neufelder intendyto continue the work at  Richfield and the upper part of the creek.  Lowhee, Lightning and Grouse creeks will-be  visited for the^same-purp'pse. '     A " .     ;  isTrcoLAi Sbttlement���������A; bridge; is about to  be constructed across the Nrcolai river, about  .sixteen, miles; above the^ mouth.of ��������� the ri rer,  for t he ac com mo dati o ri 'b f th e se'tfl e r3 i h the  nei^iborbqorlyyTO  trict. ���������*; Co a I of an ex eel len t-qu all ty was f ou rid'  by one of the settlers. There is an immense  prairie, around ihe settlement, which is a  thnvingone,   .  BENKFrr^-The Cariboo Amateurs have ten-  ^lJd a op^Plim^ntai-y.: benefit'to Florence  \VUmh. who bas given the Amatfeurs and. the  pui)lie..the>.advantage,of her talenis��������� uzyAax  a ul/* le n r a c.tTess. 0 \ 11\! i������;: ii, c i as c "Six - mo n fchs,  wh 6 n ������ye i; req u es ted tod 6 so. Th e p i-ogra m me  of. tM'rrormances appears in our advortisiU"-  cofurnnsy. '. ... ������  yRobbery���������The dump-box of the Willow co.  was cleaned up on FrMav week by some por-  ���������am or personn noMiuthormed to do, so. The  robbei'y wms rommitteil duri.iiff the riight As  the company had cleaned up the night before  -the amount of gold feloniously taken is presumed to have beensmall. ; "  Robbkry .-Another robbery of sluice-boxes  i������ reported by Mr Anton Hellish, of Grouse  ^'eievr n occulTed ori Saturday night last.  awl Mr B. states that there was probably be:  tween 12 and 15 oz. df gold in the boxes at  liu.e time, ���������  ft?!BD^cCulIu,m' of ihQ Caril^o co., had  an arm dis ocated on.Friday week, by falling  iwhn^!nnbertnt0an^ catching hoid of H  TyDr^ 1^ was promptly set to rights  MrH Jewell^ of the Salt Sprint co   had  Di" &fingf3 ampntated ������'^ other day bj  i/i. unipp.   a great many miners hfLv^a/t  feredfrom sore hands this season       '   e SUf*  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  T H E A TR E_ RO Y AL.  THE   O ARI BOO-  A'M AT EUR S,  "   Announce that they will perforinfon  Saturday Ev%, Sept^10^  forxsb.' 'Ay '' A  BENEFIT OF IIMENCE WIISOE  Tbe performances will conamenco w I th:  A PHENOMENON IN A   SMOQK  FROCK.  Sowerherry,    -      -   '. 7.   j, s.^ Thompson.  Buttercup, !    -    ;.'���������  y .    F Terrett  "Barker,   -      -      -   * -   ,: Jl. A.Brown  Betsey Chirrup,    ���������   . ���������-      .      Florence Wilson  To conclude with the amusing Farce enU tlod,  The|3tage Struok Yankee.  NEW ADVEgTiSEMJ^f  NOTICE,  faisers;^'  A  TH^ERSIGN^  \ IE  J  McB. Smith  II. Havelock  J.AA. Houijli -  Fl6i%ncu Wilson  c Slrrf Parker  Dpuglas Double,  Ciipt.  Ohuiik,  Curtis Chunk,   ���������  Miss Fan ny. Magnet,  Jedidah,     . ..-���������'-  #&>.Doors open at hajf-past Y.o'clock.-,, Perlorm  abce to commence at 8.y'clock.;. '.��������� ' ,  Admission $100.   Reserved Seals, SI 50. ���������  TICK ETS 1 or t ho Rese rvud S ea ts to b e: o o ta i n ed a t  the Store of Mr C. Str<. uss.  The Pain Killer: -v;  After thikty ti-:,i rs trial, is stiII receivi n"g t li e  most unqualiijcd testimonials, to its virtues, from  persons ot. ,.tho;' high es t cha ra cte rvn.n d rcsp'oi i * J Lul} ty  Phys i cia n s' ��������� 6 i" t he tl rs t re^p-..'cta b i i i ty recun m en it i t  as a'-most'efl'ecluat preparation for. titc extjuciion of  pain. It is not only tho best remedy ever known  lor B ra ises, Cu ts, Bu rn s, & c:, but for Dyseri te 17 Or  Cholera, or;any hort nt bowel complain 1, it is a r<?*ne:ly  unsurpassed for efilcienc3T an^t rapidity ol'action. ; In  tlie great cities of India and other.Hot climates it has  becor n e th e Sta 11 -la rd Med j ci n u.:' for al i ? s u c h co m -���������  p la in ts, as we 11 as for Dyspe p.? ia, Li ve r Cam n la i n ts,  and: other .kindred disorders. :; For Cong his anUCiW Is,  Cimlccr, Asthma an 1 .Rheumatic difllculties, H has.  t) een p ro vo rI by- the- m or t a b uii d a n t a n < l c<> n vhi 0������t������ 5  tivo^������.....ujr������������������ u/1>v;an i uva 1 uab 1 e ! madioi������*..������������������������������������.-i>h^������tivaa  accomp:my each bottle.. .;-������������������'.-..-;���������, - ������������������ ��������� ��������� /  ���������, ���������  Sold by all ������������������Druggists...' '.$?&������������������  y   yy Knovyyn as theV'-  -a Beaver Lake Rancli ��������� '  , Together^lth4he;eatire  SIXTY-FIVE HEAD OF CATTIF      ���������  yiiafiB- HOUSES AND HARNESS  LOT OF IIOGS..AND CHICKENS,' "���������������������������'"���������  1) A IR Y IN7 WORKING ORDER,: /  ONE JCIRBY^OAVER, and all kinds of hn.  plements' ��������� for ctirrying on tho-Dairy and  Farming business.  ���������' ���������. ���������  ;$' .^AA   .' A.   a'X i;_.    - ������������������  gufflcisjnfHaf now -In .s tack to winter thc Sleek. ���������  A m- TWO GOOD mVELUXG HOUSED two lm*  Barn.fi, plenty, of Outhouses, and Sbe.ds.* sufllcicnt  .water to irrigate all the tillable \m\ Fourteen Sa  good .grain���������Wheat and Barley���������about thtrtv acr���������  Tiniothy,. '������������������/��������� A  - .r.irtles,wishing to go into tho Stock-raIsing uusihc-ss  will tlnd this the most desirable placfr.ever offered In  British Columbia...���������,,���������' ���������;. *~ ��������� ���������  For further particulars, enquire on the Rancli.-  auiaim .7. nUCKXER & CO.  GRUNBAUiVl    BROS.  ���������   Have opened a  ,E AT  lirnmRE they will keep' a choice assortment of  U    first-class y ,  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  CLOTHING, BOOTS,  MINING TOOLS, HARDWARE,  GENUINE MEERSCHAUM PIPES, &c,  Which they will sell at LOWEST RATES.  sg3 lm  GOMMiSS10N MERCHANTS AND  /yGENERAL   DEALERS   /y  ;0r.QQerieSiv7'-; ��������� /./y    ;.":y  yyy ;��������� V;.;/"';iPrpYisioiis, and;'';:  '���������-���������.' -- ��������� - Liquors,  '���������;.;��������������������������� ���������OX'HAS;!)��������� ;��������� :-....A:    y V : "  ���������'";;'���������'.-'. THB    C KI,li 'il.li \ TVT> :;  HI yjity iiisg mniii  ^F* Particular attention paid7t<> .-Consisnin'Ns'.i \i  Cmi n \ ry Proo nee -; - ��������� '; "���������        . - j 4 H:n  vl  IA1BEBT& BISSOHNE������TT  ���������;.:.';' COMMISSION merciuxts,  m 1  1-  m \  M: n  AN'������ aBXKRAI, CEALKKS IX-  \  Van VolkeiibiirMi & Co,  government to take action in this matter, and  tfte Grana Jury is the only local represenfc-  auve bo<ly whiuh c m take notice of it. It is  composed of men.whu thoroughly iinaersfcancl  the tuiaucial position of tbe government and  miri!n(/U?eUL" existin^t0 in,ern^1 improve-  ment, but m reoommendtotf the widening of  Uinent V?$ du'y exP^ the generalfen-  tunent xyhtch contemns the question of cost  in so serion* a matter in thence of such spe-  ciaUaxalion on ihe distric .   Although con-  eervativem their views with refereSo tL  government, they are compelled, n ust ce to  themselves and the  community aUtule to  .remonstrate against the indifference which  allows the  canon to remain in its present  dangerous condition.   It i3 ibe fault of a government like that of this colony that the corn-  plaints of a hxtgo portion of the population  are not always as promptly attended to as  chn,^CefUy^b,C5 *:auses thy,n squires they  sboild be. Not being directly amenable to  public opinion the security, of position fosters  a spirit of indifference to public complaint,  a-nd the wheels of government moveslowlv  andBeldom when the'public voice "apbeais to-  |bo darer.   Hence the unbopiilan'tV of ffi������  tisememTnSALK"f8 ^    be seenby aiver-  tisemem,, an opportunity is now offered tn  c^m mvWillHereSt iri thlBl^'������y-Nfcho"on  claim on William creek, above the saw-mill  no co.uht or mtmicipal |of JQjJesnem!1 ISf l���������^ ^ the Forks  ^:--;���������{- " jor yuesnelle.   WQ understand he intends to  portion of  etail  Butchers,  G-ROCERIES,  PROYISIONS, M,  barkerville: and  antler  CREEK.  Barkerville, Richfield  ���������AND���������  make a tour through the mining  the district for official purposes.  NE\V AD^RTISEMEN'rs;  For Sale,  ONE FULL INTEREST IN THE  LE,  A SUPPLY OF THE  BEST Q04UTY- OF FSESH MEAT  AMVAVS ON" HAND.  Apply to  se31m  WILLIAM CREEK..  THOS. AKJWHBAoi -   ��������� on the Ciaim.  THE ESTATE OFIUfiEBE COMfif  DECEASED.  J- Creditor* of the' iboro KaftS ^ r(>{lu^ts tb.  accounts forthwith, and the m^' J ������������������'' ������j tlwl:  tate to pay what may be ,hie bv tLt.,,0-������lld B8  legal proceedings will be taken ogaU m  ' (Signod) ������   u"  uripopularlfcy, of tlie [   hyitoDf.u,a? August 22.  1370.  . otherwise  .      them.  j'- mTJTIEB,  Executor.  sc-3 3m  ���������   i  (TARRY WILMOT'S EXPRESS WACO.V leavos Bar-  Jl kerville every morning at hall-pan Kftlirr  0 clock lor Lightning Cr-r,k, ftWrM������n������ fur IJurkor-  vilfe at half-past FIVE o'clrjek in.tho cvwiini:  Freight and parcels delivered on latrhtiiin*" Cmck  at moderate rates.    Fare for pass,ti������ora,'cnali wiy,  mli^o-oe   /      3|>romp y aUc,lUoU l0 lUli[ ������>������th  A. G-ILMORE^  (VIERCHAfSiT TAILOR,  YATES  STREET,   VICTORIA,   V.I.,  intl^^pp^i-  |o������9������ Alt orders from Curlbw promptly-' ntlonU^  my21 0m '.  We respectfully baft to inform Miners on Antlwnad  surrounding Creeks that a full nu I-varied assortmeat  ol the Freshest Groceries niifl Provisions in Cariboo,  anil everything required by Miners, will always bt  found aL our Store on Antl'-r ,  ������*L- FRESH RANCH: BUTTER nl ways on -bund.  .'���������.  jelUni '      ���������-���������'."_'  L.   A.   BLANC,  PH0T06B1PHIC ARTISf?  .  BARKERVILLE. .  .^CARTES DE..VISITE, ph\ln n^������ enameJlod-.;  AnArbtypes.;" Views of Group?, .MINING*  CLAIMS, Houses, &c, single .ond Stereoscopic,  executed in. tho best possible style, and at reduce*  prices  VIEWS OF CARIBOO SCENERY, Aw-  ���������tUriiys on hand and for sale. .    ���������.  JtESr Parties writing home u'ould'do v'ull ioy  Mr liJanc and -select from Ws ���������*M trapj������y  souvenir for their frlonds.  mm  1    {  1 i  an  13 lm  m  For Sale,  ONE   FULL INTEREST M THE  McLaren claim, -wmm Gl,cek-  ALEX. McKENZlE,  At tho Clnun.  Apply to  ju30 Itn ".  Valuable   Mining  Claims  .    forSale.  AKE PULL INTEREST IN THE DOWME CLAUJ,  U   and onu interest In tho Mountain cUt  .������>������  Mam Crock, above the Sawmill.    Also, ono   tcr^tiB  " a Cariboo claim, William Creek, on< one liner -  2 Sawmill etaftzi on Lightning CfH'k. ^yj^p,  '���������' Wil Horn Cr**-  the  the  in28 lm  Apply to srciy  ers I  '& X/A  lANGE  &<&; ,'",.';  listing of," ; :j.  n  m  <VTf>  EIDER,  ;  iindg of ��������� -fa.  'Wry ami  " the Stock,'..  >E$. two Urg������  'ds, suflicieut   ������������������'.  fourteenma ..'���������  tl Hiirty acres ���������'.;  ilsing busings . 1  aver olTerad la ' "  licRancli^"-  NER & CO.  dirtz  ^JTSAND  :RS.'.'".;.v..  , aii'3. a  liguore.-  islj;am������"Ris >���������(  >���������������  A iii 1-1.  ���������Nib,  3, &o>  INTLER  ia Antler nd  il assortment  ! i������ Cariboo,  li always bi  a on band. .  I cnamellfld.;  [IKINO-  Stereoscopic,  (I al reduced  oil to call on  d supply &  aulSlm  IN THE  >ek.  [ENZlE,  ,iio Claim-  flaims  (IE CU^r  dm, on WH'  3 interestib  ; jutcrestm  iYLOR.  am irwt-  P������  THE GARIBOO SENTINEL  ": SATURDAY, SEPT. 3,; 18?Q.;  ""*.    MINING INTELLIGENCE.     "���������  WILLIAM CREEK. ���������  Scarcity o f water still continues to keep the  hydraulic companies from work with a few  exceptions..; The Downie "ea washed, up 30  oz. for the weet.y The Bradley-Nicholson,  fountain and San Juan companies are doing  about as usual; making from wages to $10 per  day- Tbe Gold Hi it... co. are riin ni ng ah ead  with their; tunnel. The Wilson co. struck a  rich crevice and-; -cleaned up 105 -oz. for the  #,eek, Tbis claim has yielded dividends  yeadily during the": season. Tho Flume cb,  c: eaned up ?5 -oz. f61 th ree d ays.    5l  The Cariboo co. washed-up 154 ok for the  ���������$mk. The Forest Rose co. washed up (58 oz.  :;sst week, one shift working.  The lead in this,  yjiaim increases in richness. The Aurora co.  gashed u p -14&_. oz.' The Foster-Campbe 11,  barker, Hiberriia, Alert, Schoodiac, New Mof-  fatt. California,   Independent,   McPherson,  . .prince,, of Wal es, ;,Conk 1 in an d S um mer com -  panics are working. The Ballarat,co. are in  old -ground; and have not yet had a fair test  d.their,c laiax. "^ yyy ,- yy -  M'CALLDM GULCH. :  The Co w 1 i n g coX, work ing near- ihe ��������� fribu th;  ��������� of this gulch, oon ti nue. to get satisf actory re-:  ���������turns,' A few Chinese companies are reported  to he doing \reUy ���������"���������������������������'  , ��������� ,:.;.";btoct buhcu. ...'V-'.",..'.' r.Z'xi '-  The Taffvale co;;washed up 30 oz. for the  week.   Tregoning & Co., thc.Floyd.and other  * companies are mak ing aboil fc wages.  .;."';���������    QONKLIN GULCH.  , 4The Felix co. washed up 55 oz. for the  wee kv The o th er co m pa n i es, excep t th e Eric?*  son. who are saiif to be doing well, are not-  generally; uialdng'anything,oyer expenses.  ������������������'   ' ' VALLEY-MOUNTAIN;   Ayr  Th o I) i s co very co. cleaned :ii p ib ver 30 oz.  ,; ,-?{ week/and the '��������� V al ley Mo u n tai n c o. made  mar wages. The Disbovery co. have com-  ii j -lie ed hy (1 rati licopo rati ons. - T h eso d iggfn gs  ���������llv'.ve surpVi.-ed everybody, as" with plenty of  v :--te r.. an cl p ro p e r. ap pi i an ces. they, w i U p ay  n������ ran rkn l> I y; w e 11.. T t ��������� is rather stra ng'6 ; th at  fl; es c d i &g in gs'.. \y 1 j tch-.tie i trinrj ed.ia.t������Iy_ i ri fro ri fc  <��������� j" Wi 111a .ni, c ree li, sh o ti Id have, escaped ao'lice  * until this summer; yy'y      :JAXy\iyy'.XA"  LOWjlKE CREEE.:  ������������������';��������� ���������  ;  The Blacli Bull: cb. have raised a double  a'lufL fn.m their'tunne] to the surface. The  v������.rk was rlono'by filling in one side of the  sli ai t wi th ! he. d ir t ;t a ken fro in the o ther side,  and a siibslanIial platform was thus obtained.  The Rtuse 11-UoI)ertson co. have struck good  prospects in a stratum ot dirt about 20 feet  iibove bedrock. The Brown co. are running  through old ground,  ; willow 6rbek. .  The Houghton co. bottomed their shaft and  pot nothing; They then drifted from the  shaft and found a good-looking channel, but  have not yet struck pay,   .  MOSQUITO CREEK.  The Little Minnie, the lower Willow, Hocking, Point,'Tabb, Discovery, and Holman  companies are 'working and making wages  more or less,  ���������-'���������',  BED GULCII.  A few.companies on this gulch are making  ::':'im ������4 to $5 per day. -.,."'  , MOliAWK GULCH.  There was a little excitement in the early  r iri of this week in consequence of a report  iat good surface diggings had been found,  and the gulch was nearly all.staked in a  conple of days. The diggings 'Will be tested  in a few weeks, one of the companies having  applied for privilege of 200 inches of water  from Valley creek, which will be brought to  the new diggings. Mohawk was prospected  m the deep ground in 1863, but has been  abandoned since then. Diggings which at  that time would not satisfy the miner are now  considered good, and it is probable that Mohawk gulch, like many other abandoned  places, will again attract attention,  iGROUSK CREEK.  Operations on this creek are limited by  scarcity of water. The Salt Spring co. cleaned  J*P 10 oa, for the week. Prospecting in the  Hard-up ground for the Heron lead continues.  Atie Waverley co. are bringing up the tunnel  to bedrock above the falls. .  i  LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Lightning co. washed up over 80 oz.  last week. The Gladstone co. continue sink-  jng their, shaft in bedrock and are down 121  met. The Murtle co. are bringing up a tail-  race. The South Wales co. are getting ready  lor machinery. The Spruce co. have finished  their wheel and placed it over the pit The  Victoria and Vancouver companies are pro-  ���������greasing well with their work,   The Vancou  ver machinery is nearly completed. The  Eleven of'England have finished puddling  their shaft. Their new iron fimp works well  and the shaft has been cleared .of surface  water,  ���������       y, ��������������������������� y  MINING COURT.  (Before Hon. BAlt. Ball, Gold Commissioner aad  County Court Judge.)  y  Monday, August 29,1870.  ��������� Jas. Strain vs. Jas. Evans���������The parties in  tliis case had been partners in a mining claim  situate at the mouth of Stout guleb. Strain  had assaulted Evans. The latter brought suit  forand obtained damages, including loss oi  time, 19 days, caused by the assault. The  plaintiff In the present case continued to work  the claim while defendant was absent for 26  da>,aiifl now sued for $65,beiiur defendant's  proportion of cost of the 26 days'work, and  also for costs ofsuit. ������������������<%,.  y   ������������������  Defendant, by his counsel, Mr Park, endeavored to prove that plaintiff had not worked  dupig the whole time as alleged and that the  plaintiff charged for labor alleged to have  been done on the 10th of August, when .defendant had sold his interest. '-Defendant also  contended for a set-off by alleging that a pau  of washings from-the sluice-boxes had been  left in the 'possession of plaintiff, and the gold,  wh ich might amoun t to four or fi ve ,ounces, |  had never been accounted for.  In reply it was proved that defendant had  not given notice to plaintiff of having sold his  interest on the 10th of Augiist, and that the  p ii r c h aser d i d no t re p r ese n t h is claim ii ri li I  th e 11 th. It was al s b pro v ed tii a t defend an t  was to blame for the loss.of the pan of wash-,  ings, inasmuch aa he used, to take possession  of the go Id and sold it, except when divided  between them. Moreover, it did not contain  four or five ounces of gold, bulmigh.tcontain  from $3 to $5,.it'not being\\ie '..washings from  ���������the s 1 u i cos b u t th e b la clc ea ii d, e i c., w hi ch was  X$Al. after .the washings had been panned and  the bii 1 k of tbe gold f ake n therefrom.  The G old Com miss! o n e r. said Uiat in the;  previous;suit between the parties Evans had,  been allowed $5 per day for the 19 days^ he  was un ab 1 e to work i m d;.lie'^was su rpr tsed  that (he present.suit had been brought as the  mutter mjgh t have been settled at that time.  He did not belie vie Evans in regard to the. pan'  bfdirt .with four pr five ounces of gold in ii.  I tv.iVaa i m p vo Lab 1 e.'i tbat eith pr:: of; ^bey p :n*tles  won id al 16 w i fc to remain I or sjx d ay3 as s i a ted  o n : th e gro it n d .wh e re i t w as pja ced  i f.'. i t * was  so, valuable .asAil 1<'god by defendant.- -4V'Uh  regard to the number of' days in dispute,- de-  fen d a n i;on gh t to ha ve gi ven n h tic e to his  partner when he sold out. ..He would therefore gi ve j u d g ment fo r p la in t i ff fo r $59 a nd  costs,  allowing defendant   $G admitted l)y?  p lain tiff t o be due to de fen d a nt.  ant sued plaintiff on the other, which was for  the simrof $301. Plaintiff thereupon paid  $200 into court and confessed judgment  Previously thereto plaintiff had given defendant an order for $100 on one Wm. Moore, who  paid the money to Mr Murphy, who was defendant's agent atlhel50-iaile house,Cariboo  road, and the payment was credited in the  books of defendant Wm.Moore proved pay  ment accordingly. /Plaintiff, moreover, alleged that an agreement was made between  himself and defendant that the latter would  stand halt of the damage which-might occur  in the event of the beef becoming bad and  unfit for sale. Over 1009 lbs. became unfit  for sale, and plaintiff, in the summer of 18G8,  asked defendant to go over to the creek and  see it himself. Defendant did. not go, aud  plaintiff claimed $75 for defendant's proportion of the damaged beef. Plaintiff's brother,  Robert Lipsett, swore that an agreement on  the occasion of a previous^ale^had been made  whereby defendant agreed to pay for the  whole of the damaged beef. ' ���������- V   .     *.  Defendant alleged tliat tlie payment of $100  by Moore on behalf of plaintiff was for another transaction, which had no reference to  the note. Defendant had liiree bead of cattle  roaming about Cedar creek which plaintiff  offered to buy and take the chances of getting  them. Defendant sold them to" plaintiff accordingly for S125. Plat n tiff hired one Lo ve"  to kill the cattle, which he did, and plain tiff  got and sold the hect. r The agreement'a3 to'  the d ani aged meat fo r whi ch p lai n tiff cl ai m ed \  $75, was denied altogether by defendant as  ha<4iig preference to the transaction for which  the^rio te was gi ven, bu t he did agree to;staud  half or the loss of the meat, if any occurred,  from the three cattle aforesaid 6old to plain-  "ML...'".-.:���������-; :"y.. ':.     .'���������': vV.: "y':'A y.  Plain tiff denied : having bought the three,  cattle." y       ,:-'. ';��������� ^':  :*''  T he Judge decided that,. th e p ay men t of  $100 by the order on-;Moore should be con-:  sidered is payment- on theripte,;as the evidence of defendant who iiaid that' he had received the order in December, 1867, and again  in Julf, 1868, was very conflicting. As to the  dam aged'; me at, there was;no e vjd e n ce to > enable him Uo decide. ; Costs of suit to be proportioned according to -tlie: > judgment 'Defend ant to pay. two-thirds' arid plaintiff ipoe-  third/ ; *        .' ;o..'".'''; 'A'-~ ���������/.'���������'���������  JuLrA PrcoT vs,:.Albert, ARGANT-^-Snit for  S,53, }br meals, beds, ��������� driukSj^vCJgars^ and >, bil������������������  i iflrds.- vPlaio - iff is proprietress of ^ the . Hotel  d it Fra ri ce; ia a d. d.ef en da n fc .said;; t!i.e; ��������� bill - was  f. il se. He was charged fo r; fi ve beds, and he;  was sure that lie had slept in his cabin during  o no of then igh ts for ,w life h he was, charged  for a . bed.:. Besides,,he wits, charged for $10  which he paid three months ago. Judgment  for$52 and costs, subject to proof of payment  of$10 alleged paid.  COUNTV COURT.  (Boforo H. il. Hall. Bsq., Ju-.lge.)  VVi:DNiisnAv. August 31,1870...  E. ToaiiKY vs, Dknis Muupnv-Suit to recover the value of three heifers, alleged to be  the property of the plaintiff, and converted by  defendant to his own use.  Counsel for defendant, Mr AValkem, applied  for a postponement of the case on the ground  that sufficient time had uot been given to defendant to prepare his defence. Defendant  resides at the 141-mile house, on the: Cariboo  road, and wa3 served with summons on the  16th August His witnesses resided in places  off the line of the road and at great distances  from William creek, aud he made affidavit as  to the impossibility of obtaining subpcenas  and getting witnesses to attend court in time  for the trial.  Counsel for plaintiff, Mr,Walker, contended  that defendant was only desirous of obtaining  delay. Defendant had said that now the ball  bad been commenced he would keep it roll-  in������\  Counsel for defendant stated that plaintiff  had said lie would keep defendant iu Victoria  all winter attending suits.  The Judge agreed with plaintiff's counsel,  and postpoued the case until the next siUing  of the court at Soda creek..  Edwaud Pearson vs. Chas. Lank���������To recover, value of goods furnished in 1S0S. Defendant not having appeared, and the service  of summons being duly sworn to, judgment  was given by default, with costs.  Isaac Ltpsett vs. Ea Toumky-Iii this case  the plaintiff alleged that he had paid $100 to  liquidate a certain note given to defendant,  who had credited plaintiff with the payment  on his books but not on the note. Plaintiff  also alleged that the sum of $75 was due to  him from defendant. He therefore sued to  recover tbe $100 or to be allowed credit for  the same on the note, and to recover thc $75.  In evidence, it appeared that in 1867 plaintiff was trading on Cedar creek, and he bought  over 3000 lbs. of beef from defendant at 15c.  per pound.   Two notes were given by plain- t!  tiff to defendant.   One svas paid, and defend-1 c  Immigcation���������Mr Tai. .Evans,, formerly of  Cariboo, and now a resident of San Francisco j  has sent us a copy of a piunphlet published  by the California 'Immigrant Union, a public-  spirited association assisted by. government  funds to promote immigration to the, Golden  State. The pamphlet contains a full description of ihe resources of California, and is replete wfth such information as will guide the  immigrant in seeking employment,  ���������efctlinr:  on land, or selecting a place for business.  Mr Evans, in an accompanying note, gives us  the following advice: " Let British Cojumbia  take a lesson from Her more prosperous neighbor. California advertises herself.:, British  Columbia has always seemed adverse to t iking  such lessons. The only effort made toward  increasing the population by immigration has  been of an extremely spccitil nature���������the importation of a few servant girls- for the accommodation cbf the wives of our opulent  merchants and officials. A scheme for assisted immigration on a more general principle has, Jjowever, been published by our  !,jhOW  ent in  Government in the Government Gazette, and  it is said one of the objects of Mr Trutch'.?  visit to England is to arrange for a system of  emigration embracing a variety of labor.  The'Califorma Immigrant Union is an association of public-spirited men, who in seeking  to benefit the State, know (hat they are developing their own interests, and are not  afraid to pay for a liberal use of printers' ink.  If the wealthy landholders of the colony, particularly those of Vancouver Island, were to  take the lesson given by the landholders of  California, they might soon realise the high  prices they ask for the lands lying idle tor  want of population.  Killed���������On the 20th ult. an Indian named  Kapicsh was found dead on the mountain  which stands on the easterly side of Booth-  royd's farm, between Boston Bar and Lytton,'  on the Cariboo road. Tho deceased had been  shot through the head, the ball entering at  one ear and coming out at the other. He had  been missing about seventeen days. Indians  are suspected of committing the murder.  ���������  Drowned���������An Indian hoy was drowned in  the Thompson river last week.   He was in a  anb'c and fell into the river,  Shocking   Accident���������On   Saturday  last,  about 7 o'clock. p.m., an accident occurred'  which created a great sensation id Barkerville.   Mrs Allan, of the Hotel de Fife, Lightning creek, was driving in a buggy through  the. canyon between Sar,kerville and Richfield, and on coming to the lower part where  the road is just wide enough to admit of a  wagon passing, she kept her buggy well to-  ward the hill for fear of an accident. It would  appear that her fears produced the result she  aimed to av;pidj for in hugging the hillside'ofy  the road too closely the buggy struck against  a piece of the rocky bluff, the shock unseated  ber, and she was thrown clear out of the buggy  overthe road and down into the canyon.yShe  fell a height of. about 40 feet and struck oil  the hard rock which projects from below the  ^bad toward the" creek.   In the creek'there  "was a narrow open cut which was made for  the drainage of the Chinese mining works, and  Mrs-Al I an rolled fro rn tb e p lace, o n whi ch a he  fel tin to this open cut  The buggy was thrown  to the outside of tho road and partly over it  by striking as before mentioned against tho  hillside.   The horse dragged the vehicle while  t n that p osi tion for a few paces an d endeavored .to keep oh the road, but in vain,- for  both were precipitated., down the precipice  close to where, M is Al 1 an had fall en.. The  horse was stopped.in his fall by a stump and  lay there until Mrs Allan was taken away*.  The Rev. Mr Reynard; and a few of: his coir- .  gregation had just passed^ Mrs- Allah: on:,the ���������  road, and on" hearing, the crash of the buggy  against the rock looked round and witnessed  the terrible accident. One of.the party ran to  Barkerville for assistance, and shortly there-A.  after about a hundred people rushed? to the  canyon. .��������� Mr Reynardiand friends in the mean*  w hile we n t. do wn; tp. the creek to the unf or-  tun ate woman.-  They were' spoil joined by  Mr Murphy; of; the 156-mile; ranch, Carib6b,  and with his assistance". tbey .lifted Mrs Allan  out of the drain.! < They did not expect to find  her alive,.but the poor womansseemed- conscious, aiid placing her arms on the shoulders  of two pfythe, par'y raised her3eU;fromthe-'  ground, cautioning them to take care of.''her  \eg, which- she said wasliTfrtv"She was placed  out of the way ofthe' suspended -horse, then  carefully taken to ;Barkerville and lodged at  Kelly's hotel.,  Dr.'Chipp attended ber, and it  was found that a leg had .been broken, several  severe contusiona: received--^one in particular  oyet the right eye looked 'bad~apd that she :;  had  been generally .and seriously shakenr  Strange, to say,.the horse received.no' serious, -,.  injury.   Mrs Allan is. the ^ Scotch ;Jeanie ?/  wh o figu res in Vise on h t Milto h 's sketchesy p fy  British Columbia.' 'She is known and respected .  in Cariboo for many acts of generosity arid  kindness towards the unfortunate, and the ac-,  cident evoked a widespread sympathy.   The  general thrill of horror which it caused ultimately expended itself in a change to undig-'  nation against the government, who: have for  five years been asked to widen the dangerous  thoroughfare but have neglected to do so* ,v  Electioneering���������It would appear that an.  election will soon be called for, judging from  the activity shown. In,electioneering in tho ,  lower country.   No intimation, however, of  the passage through the Imperial Parliament  of the new constitution for this colony has  been telegraphed���������at least in the news of the  day���������and the election will not be commenced!  until the Governor has received pfSeial advice  of the Imperial Act having become law.   It  will be remembered that his Excellency in  his speech to the Legislative Council last  winter stated that he would apply for leave  to reconstitute the Legislative body, so that  there would" he, a majority of unpfScial members chosen by the peorjie.   There is an unusual number of candidates for legislative  honors on this occasion already in the field. -  None, however, have yet appeared for this  district, although several persons are sppkea  of as probable candidates.   'We have heard'v  (he following parties mentioned;. Hon. G. A.  Walkem, Hon. R. W. W. Carrall,'J. S, Thomp- ,  son. T. Jeffree (of Mosquito creek),! S, Wark;  C. Booth, T. Elwyn, and II. Havelock,   ...  We.are inr]ebted to Mr E. Pearson, who returned from Kami oops a few days ago, for the  fo i 1 o wing items:���������������A petition was in circul a<  tion in the Kamloops country praying Government to* abolish the road tolls oh colonial  flour at Clinton,, It is estimated that over  (>00,000 lbs. of jvbeat would be harvested in  the Kamloop3 settlements.   Harvesting was  well advanced, and Mr Fortune, the proprietor  of the Tranquille Flour Mills, expected a busy  time.   Live stock looked well  A heavy frost  at the Junction a fortnight ago did much  damage to the potato crops and to the unripe  wheat.   Mr J. Smith has built a large stable  for the Clinton hotel. It is the best appointed  stable in the colony, and will be of great service to the travelling public.   The telegraph  was not in working order to Clinton.   It waa  reported that thie telegraph working party  were below Scdtty's house on the road. Gov-,  ernment had not secured a telegraph operator  at Clinton, the salary offered being considered  too small.   Mr Spence was putting the roar]  through the Green Timber in spleucUd order*  *.2-AyA.  jy  i  V-  BjaumuftuwuoRuKMurai (i,--. j^\^w#zsix-s,-"*'.^:"i.  ���������I i  I H  CiUNKRE:Pt;Nrs:t������������Nr-The China Mail re  late* the following :-Europeims. un; W������wfc  ally under ihe im predion that the Celestial  social taw and code of morality is of ihe low  est order, and tint cha������Hry wi.h their wonien  is but .ii iivfrWonli   Ti.K no doubt, is^ in a  measure -ou-fnff fo so.fVw Westerner being  re illy acquainted  wilh the higher class of  Chimw. and looking upon pol van my sis an  es-d.lished.lliTmr rather than  an exception.  But in no country in the world h adultery so  severely dealt Villi, or retribution so terribly  exercised for infrimrin'jr on this, oiir Seven tli  Ci'inmandimmt, os in China.   A horrible in-  stume of (his occurred a few days ago;, near  Sh \tig\v\\.   A m>imwl lady, forming a giiilly  alliance wilh ii friend of her brother's, made  up 1i������*r mini 1 to put on end to her husband's  life, by some mesjns or other, and  forthwith  divnlg'd Ihm* project to lu������r paramour, who at  once g -i Hun tly nff-ivil to undertake ihe job for  her.   H������������ oconfimUy 'effected his design -/by  poison.. The. man  was duly placed iu1 his  CQfS ��������� iiml ihe usual ceremony performed oyer,  It U b - ul y.   B111 ii f teraf i m e sn r pi ci o n a rose as  to *h������? coii������������of hi.4 dealh.and ihe woman; afWrL:  frightfui torture, admitted having commilteil'  fhe crimes or entries JtUe<red, *K,t to the lastt  d-ni' d thai. tier lover had anytbinir to dp wb)������  it.   She wa* ihot nailed, bands and feet, on  the top of her husband's coffin, his imrlyJhen.  being in :t R������atc of decomposition, until do^h  put an end to her suffering.   Since then .the  man and principal malefactor, li a vingy confessed to everything.- has been decapitated.;  and his head, now hangs in n cage not far from;  whe re the aw ful tr a gedy took p I ace.  A Laughable Incident-t A few days since!  a colored lad entered a drugstore in Port land:  with what he deseribed as nn "awft11; fewjjbg  In the stomach, just like it were fiill ofKJish-i  hooks-and angleworms," and demanded; a  "Setter powder,?? as he had been advised that  that would give relief. Accordingly the Seid-;  litz powders were dissolved in separate  glasses, as usual, and placed befoiv him, Vti'/h;  Instructions fo pour one into 'henttjer.arid  drink while effervescing. Rut the *abh������ yoirb  did nothing of ihe sort. Th stead of folfrfwm cr  the directions, he hastily drank tjie contents  Of. one gla<;s and immediately wn 11 owed ihe  o th er. T h e e ffec tni ay be 1 ma <i i hod bo t.. li'o t  described/:The effrnri** csnrie.;which should  have'tu.lt en pi ace in th e pi ass b eforc it was  d ra n k. '������������������; \ ook ']} lace i ri the ; b o w i 1 d ored I ad's  stomach, sending s! reams of the frothy liqnid  from his nose, month, eyes and ears! As soon  a^ the poor buy Could recover breath, he cried  OUt in frijriilehed a>ne<:' *VMy stomach has  bu������ted ��������� I can*.t Iive a minlite )J' In a few  moments he felt better, and. turning to de  part, he said: ;���������������. Dat stuff ;nay work wellmir  o n de ��������� wh i te trash, but it's su re deal h to a  Culled person 1"      -*y ������������������;'"  ; LE GAubE; NATidXALK���������The telegraph >n���������  forms uh-thaty/^(^o^Z^^^A^il>nvi:5  refused to flreoh theinsurrectioni. y populace  When'"ordered 16 doW aifffetnbbiced them.  Napoleon before setting out Ibr the war seems  to have had anxi^its thmights coiicernittg ilie  G.rd&Nationaltv fbr hewrpte; tlie followinfr  epistle to their ;Comntander-lti-Chier:���������'* Dear  General: Ibeg-yoU to express oivm^partto  the Garde"Nationale of Pari*, liow much I  count on its 'patriotism '.anil devoiion'at the  moment when I am about to������*t tint wilh the  army. :'I liavc to testify to it the confidence  which I repose in its wil 1 and abiltoy to maintain .order in Pari^, and contribute to the piv  curUy of the.regency< of tlie,Empress. It is  becoming toAay.-' tlnit- tMic!i"-diif������.- '^iCCfirrlliigr ip  the m easi i re o Fy his a l������ i 1 i ty. sh oii 1 d a dd to 111 e  safety of the country.*' ; :���������'      ��������� y',-.' /,..'.'  MiSCELI/ANKp.US.  STiUPPtxa the'������������������. Wtnow -^Spjtie years ago in  the Ptow Iljimpsliire; Legislatiire. a hew mem-  lH*rvSbmewliat noted for'^piimpinir thunder.^  in a d e 'a .speech ���������it \. wn s *ii jjpn a (di); for taxi n a  b a hk di vi cl end s���������iri W h icli. li % a tle'iii p t ed > to be  yery;pathetic hi! Hivor r>f widows;'wJib owned  bank stock. -*v YesV-Nfr Speaker;*' he ex  claimed with; indignant energy, v thegentle-  marilfrom Jfove introduce!:! thU bill;  d ea f to 1 he cries of her or t������ha n e h i Id re ri. won I d  Strip the widow-���������A but, before he could  Co n cl iid e the- se n.'ten ce h e was in te rru p fed by  a laugh. Astonished, but iindan at el he e.Xo  cl aimed .with prof ou nd (eel j ng : v Gen tlem e n,  i t is not a s 11 bj ec t o f,- d e ri sin tt.... I, a p pea I to  you" mall candor to say if it, is not -"worse than  stripping.;'Put oii this .tax. ami, von will drive;  the widowytb; lier last shift;'' Shouis of  laughter here petrified ihiimin, hisrplace, and  he spoke no more during the Ression/'  ���������'. LiMiTKp SalarV. TA Pennsylvania paper  telIs of a 1 ocal preacher who received fnr his  salary; this year tio thing, .biit.a curry-comfit a  feff.of^varnish and two dozen cb*thes pins.  ^yhenever his children cry . witii "J hauffer he  ffinrs them';: wi tli,aiclpt lies puu scratches ti eir  sfoma^isrwuhihe curry-comb and.. lays onji  co it of*varnish.  ������  A:CoF^kB^^heC^)ffeP p re p a red71 >? WI hLSON  & R/GKMAN; FortPtreet. Victoria: ha^ Supersede^ alI;��������� other Coffee iu the 16wer countv\y  It "> is ��������� Inn nu fact ii red ���������yfi'wfi'' ihr? :i*erv bestra W  coffe(������rvand its stiperiority is attested by Ihe  fact tliat-'wlierever introduced it. has become  the fUvorite bevei^tre.;, ��������� ���������'������������������:'.      "V���������:���������?���������-,-  A Nkw Flag ox tjik StiAS -The Canadians  h av' a d o p it*, d a fl a g f o. r = tl i eir D o m i n i o n. w h i ch  I - thus described by (he .Halifax; (N. S.) Re-  p or te r:���������Th e flag of the Ne w Do mi ri ion, w h icb  is fl y i i i g. fr i > in the Gove rn me n t vessels n o w i n  ;povt,'is.the blue.enMgii with the arms of the  Dominion on the fly.   The arms on the fly are  the firms ot epch>of the/mir provinces combined in one shield,  ihe\rlreId suirounded  with a'garland or wre oh of maple leaves surmounted by a crown resting oni the wreath.  The ensign i.s pretty, although some people  are inclined to think it too foreign looking.  The Governor General's flag U the Urihui'  Jack, -emM izoned  on a shield in the centre  The flag for the Lieutenant Governors of the  Provinces is the Union Jack, wilh the arms of  the respective provinces on a shield in tin*  centre, surrounded by a wreath ot  maple  leaves.         '  A Ska \V b ku. foi ut d a h u rt da h 11 y on t h e c oas t  of France, im now um\ in that country for  clarilying beer, as being much moro economical and better suited to tho purpose thait  jgelatm. The weed referred to belongs to the  genus Chondi'us cHspus���������that is, the Irish or  Carrageen inoss.  . A Pound of; fried meat, -pays one who has  studied up the/m:vtter.;d4)esT not Cffntain so  much nut ri i r- en t as n fo aro u n ces; 61.: I������r ni I ed  meat; never heless jn any people, will have  t.ieir fry���������and dyspepsia.  '��������� ���������-��������� Tuk Way Shk Hki.pkb;��������� An Iowa par������������������������ r  te! Is of a smart wi fe tha fc hei p ' d her lnisb- n I  t "> raise seven ty aeries of -w heat. The: way sI n ���������  he 1 ped hiin visa to stand i-iv thedoor^itid ,>haI*e  a broom at him wh'Mt he sat down to V"'st.  REMAlNlNGyIN:rJUUNARD-3 KXPRESS.  Birkervillci B C., Au^ju 118,: lSfb.  "It is estimated that .America,, when her.pro-:  ductive power is fully developed, will be able  to feed four times as many persons as there  are now ou the face of the earth.  Ayn,IstncC  Arwirig Mr'  Brown Hngh  BalPlyjotiny  Brown It^nrvH  Bnkiu Michael  Br nicy F \  BriggsStmucl  Biki-rWiiH.tm  lli-nvnu .los^ph  H-.'l; Gcinsialib    '  Ke.^clvimp-5 LinarJ  CbrkRR, 1  Ciiri'stiin Henry  C'rrU'an" Owen  0.ierl;',v R)l).t.  C.irlln Un larcr  Cirster* Fre VU, 2  Cr.m I ll H.irk  C'nnori D nnii  C:).rb(ttMiichjal  <;hin?������l  '  D ivis Q I>  OivLsWL  0ivis John W  D Wz Will fun'  Dicksou Ch-JTlcs  Duicknion Honon  l>r.tke Jabn  I) tii'^l is.? I.) ivi I  Dix'n'Jiitm B'l  H^'pry Auiu-Jliite. i2-  FfiSHnnro [Som-'nico  G;������ rr.*; In f Antonio  Gillegher James  Gr-J'-nMwl? A B  Grannill B)bt.  G3orgy D ibi 't  KucHiinvnl John  H tncock:Q M  Han Edward  HirLDaviii,  Howell Frcdk  HoRfni-H   :  H ut ton Willi :tm  Ha ratings G  Howard Samuol  ... H-)'igcW.itsony    .....  JfHinim Nitliau  - ��������� Johns'inn Thos D  -Kirwiii'Ji'.s  ���������KenHoy W H        ������  KistL������a ' liarlos  .Lnfris (i  Ti iwric S  Loau s J  'I/'1K\IS A-  '���������-,  i,':nst -aun TIa*sin  Margin J-)s,i,'ij 2*  ���������M*yea wc    .  McL.'ii.i M iiomb  Mf.jnnt^ ' ������'il  Malory fiilththy  VfAn r.Ja*i  Nic >}:(f! MrsH'm'  Ow-^ip Willi un  Oi-ri .1 .s.'ph t"  P'lni-lE-nry  Y>m nOiiiis  Pun-i Mr  I' r.������ Wm C  R������:{inn {;, 2  UicUl -y a .n  R.iii.ns 'Will fin,'  uicluir 'f fc D.ivi3  lUtc'ii-QO  It'l'l.-'Usnil w n  Itiuh ir s A 'uh>:i  5 ���������pp'un.u-u  Start jamas'  Siiiw  Sybniit-jf '||  St'pli n Bjrmr.l  Sovafi-u Divi I 0  SC! IJ llll ,J;)K >])\l  Pc'imi it.Iali  Tb>m-5'm J  TrntmTuna   .  .���������Vjirf,hr,,nLolil3  ��������� Write HI  Wilson Geo  W.Kvorv.t  Wil Ian James  Won.| Ttms      '  ���������Westlake'W  ���������  3Al\m WICKBAM,  Agent Barnard's Express.  ^ey-E.3-ta^  %Tewy decaasedr;  4 TT   ACCOUNTS acalu������f.ili������:abf-,vc"E-ttnte mu=t be  A "seat ui flic-uudcralghojl.-.Williin ono ujonth Irani  tu,i?h������wc.- A.iyyi, y^yxuBo?.   -  ''        : y;      , l        OoviTnai' ni sirji't. Vict<ria,  .      Ac^nt for 0;.pt. ll vat, the Kx mux.  B.ite;15tli Auiust; 1S70 ��������� y       :,y... -.-;-.yimO-*Pi -.  IH THfe ESTATE OF JOHH 1TLABJ5N,  DECEASED. 1NTKST ATE.  THE CXDERSHJKRD, AS ADMIKISTRATOH, KK-  i nil 'Fts tbe creditors of tbe above BstT.tc n������ i?einl  i n ibei r cl-vl ins fort li wit li ; a n d t he*. <) c,b tors <if ������i I d  estfitu to i> iv what in <yAh: <hy.i.-.hy tbcm, otbervyise  U'jsii P wc i id hi sfs * i 11 bo lakon agiii u st. lb -.mii . ���������.';.  '������    '.'.;,. -.   ix. ' ,  'X -J.-HV.Tona  BirkiTviny Au?nn 4,3S70:   -,���������'"���������, nuO lui ,;  BLUE TENT HOTEL.  ���������: k-.yyy.'y] yA.j$'o'T:io$''/������������������'- yy. 2";\y;/  TTh,E HOTRb ANT������ F.A R MI vf{ b t"?TNESS cafrfc 1 :on'.  1>y tho 1 iti WILLIAM WRIGHT, at the Rhic TciH  Hhmti i> h 1 Far ni, Ca rt'** m llo-Vd * \v il I be/, omit i n u ;h! as  usu a i by ft be i un d er.-d sn p* I, w bo ��������� wl������U)wi b en ccou n t -  nils for any debts contr \cted on: Ivcbalf', of lbe sai<i  business without her written or JOr. ���������  -,.    r.r-, r.-,:���������:;. ������������������ ������������������^"yymRSyWRIGHT;���������'  Xmy.ttyinioy. . ryy    . yy/yyA yy yaa^it/]  ���������' ��������� *������������������'/'';   DECKASED.; ���������-���������    \-���������;���������.'.::.  V' LL pTsons indciited to. tlie Li to At.EX.'McfTi������Kli*;  >-������������������- soiivWi i tcli rai Hi ;r, B ��������� rlc r v illl*,: a r/'': fiptsh y n o-;  till;vI to p vy: ihe ii inoun ts rvue imjn^! - i-������t el y;to t lio un���������;  tb''rsign'ed;Andany parties Ravi.tirle;Ci W.itches, Jewel ry. or o thei* v.il li'ib ha r'Ocl -s with t bo iicc.i. i se j o r a  r ;��������� (j n '5 te -1 i o r^vio v o; th e '���������'. s 11 ii e w Sitiin on a ntou th or;  tin v will besot Ito p\y expcihses. ���������'������������������i'-A.       ���������-    ���������; y;  THE PREMISES AT BARKEnvrLLE AND  ���������^STOCK ARE/FORSATiE.;   ': ; ; ;(  (f ,1. S, THOMSON.  ���������"..',.������������������'.'���������. -'��������� y/'��������� -ry-yy     yy-. -���������:���������. F.x cutor. -  ;   Barkerville, B.C^vAiRiis.t 5ylS"a...      :,   w* lm;, "  YATES ST ii.EETv V.IOT t) UI/A_,;.,Y.fc  - R^T"; O r& cr������ ': To r 4 M'i������h i I m f������ri t^, -Tant l'rj?i^n ���������'i?,:". *tC.,  p ri > m p 11 y :i t te i i 1 e d to, . K very; d t'prrii tii <m wl'.Wf*rfe  in M i r b k' ex c i'i ted. . A Lis t of Pri c ?s c i n be. .m^ti a t  t'ie.'Se'vtiVel Olllco rny7 6rn  Mining-ap;'ci ��������� Agricultural  Machinery.  SP tUTT A: I fl V rS'l. Jf vn u������tc' nr -i; nil k 1 nd<������ o'  .������M ic 'i i n ������������������������ r y ff<r. Finn ts m n 1 M i n ������ r* .at ih ������.* A 'lb ion  Fou n ' ry, V tet������rh,; V. I . a n ' i'> r c h���������:"������pn r-ss ���������> n .  qn /J'!y tar ir wrtk c.>nn 't b ' riv 111*' bV any other  nvAcltinistP.��������� First pr'tnindi C l'lni :I ni idc Wrou^bi  Ipm Piai:!!?. after th'' So- tcli styl \ univ'-rsa'lly ne-  knnwl ��������� !\>������ 1 tt bi> tlit������ b st io u-j ���������.' |������rio ��������� SC5. , Or ���������< r  iViF Qnrfz Mill?, Tr ut Pai*ip<. &*i.T* I't.m'L^v r p^rts  of Pl.iugh.% promptly ������tt>:n ft*'] in. .'n; v7���������.?>:>.;.  Pacific Telegraph  Hotel.  Store strict (hWwpiui I1oim1(1& KisgarJ),  victorta, B.C.; .-y  Andrew Astrico,    -.     -     -      Proprietor.  The mo't cojnnvrUons mid clean TTol* 1 in Victoria.  Tt i? enn ,ticN,i������.<ftt Hi* Rur-ip ������stn prinohd ������. Tlif. table  is sopplii"! with th/> vry b si. tbe':'merk"t ;iflbrd?.  H*ii1'kuii--ji.l|-.hiniiH of the day. Private Dining  Rwioifi five Fimili'P.   ���������'���������  .B>arl jiit s L-irine |rr. w-'^k. So 50;@ S6 50 ���������  Per -lay, ?l.   S*iii������rl'<m -iI?.37.1-2e -iitf.    Beds. 50c.  #3- A FiK'-prnor SJiVin t're ll-u*^.  A.   PEN DC  ���������DEALER IX-  L  r^  a-r oc eri as,; Provisions,  Liquors, &c,, &c.  tSTOUAG^   AND   COMMISSION  t^- C-in?l;n in nuts c U'e.'ully atteai.Icd to and orders  fj'iihuilly (x outed.  H r< .rviU v Jii-v 21������:h. IS70. .. j '254m  LONDON   HOUSE,  GOVERNMENT AND WHARF STUEETF  VICTORIA.  tn porters of all cl.WortpiIori^ of Dry'Goods;  Hosiery and UihUm-cIothtP������\  MiSCELLANlCOU^  Th������ .Steamer " DnVar*  v: y capt, wm. mvrxa, ;  L   days and SnluMav.s.     , l0 f'n ���������*������%  : The.?ieani<.r will not*;hpTr sponsible rri. i������,  Uq-lds shipped in tm or gliss,      ��������� ;J*,eakf  THEOMlKEGAliS,  THE uhderplpn^; beep to infrrm ������li i������HiW������������^  fl -K^shlp^oods tn Vital's crok aiSS '  ���������ii'mmw  it?  co������ntryvtlu������t be;. will be prtpn^l io(ortt-ilN M  p;mn; T-p?r mouth, on ajul aiur tbiflrtnT AmS  triMn.Queiipelni(i.utli.tu the head of navigation      ' ���������  All consignments altehdcd to witli care anil ji.-  PATRickinCKEv'  patch.  .iaStt  NOTICE.  tpm barge *.' OMIXKCA." Ccpl. Mnnrp^iMte.  .1 pjred, on tliejst day pi' .June.mxt,-io'm>ikp|ur  r'i^ul-'.r,irlps.Irom the fooi id..Stuar11 .nkc in di������icaj  oi* n;i y i >a t ion on La k e - Tat la li, carrying irejghi ��������� otj.  ���������.p:!FSiiiL'ers������. -."':-".���������'-,-'-���������* ���������'':*���������' -.���������������������������-.'/������������������*'������������������ a - .���������.;-,  ���������..The 0;ni������ecu is 3'5;tn'ris, bunj en. andifprovWc^jj  *ix- wntcr-1igfit coniparim(n.ts cad copiiLkof fain,  i ng'25 h cad of pac k a ii im a ia <dt d( ekr '  ' All irtVods vi;itended to l*e ^hijipfcri by tlio Omiwci.  1 Keil W t i % s I i j ppi ng w il I please ������ Mym J. AY. Sli w,  'iootViTStuart ikike,%iicre there will l>o������pjtii'fjii...  stantla'I- war%b6use 1 or the rcccivinp ������n 1,ftnvaNu  'pHxlz;., Ay .. ,- :,y     ., y..   : ..J.-.W, MOOKK  Qu esiVelte in oil tii, Apri 1161 li, 1S7 0. y u j 2}  X)TICE;  rpH K >��������� tJ NT h R RS IG N fi H   fl F.GS   TO' 1KFOIJ M "llll  1 friends and tlvc public, Ibitt he liftMitic' vftm,  comfort Able  bedvroqms  In bIp new. buildinji. wbcrft.lic is:|nfps.rtM' hjit  ponil B^ds'at n reasonable prico. TI������m*'wl**Ji-  favor h i m wilh th eir patron age. m.i y d������|n o A ou th������  cleaaness ii n d co jo fori oi Ul p ;in-asr ��������� ..  ���������'" H-vtakes ilsf^this'/pportuiuty. u> r.Mjin������- ti> ny  bnoi t <������ k th ft l b 1 p Hr c w e ry ;hns receive:- tli t Fllltl  PR 136 E ot t n c Col on y Tor lii f ce 1 cli wis<.  ';������������������,..������,.     XXX   ALE, ;  Anil thetrucamateur? wit '.be^Mr.io jofti in^ra;  s&tves.tha,i >uch. honorablr prizr IwyA J.f'  ilWtinUtrt l"������ ttfiu,      '  'N.B.��������� Ai'irjre'frAntroonVlo cl. t   '";  narkervllle Jan. 23 1SG9. X- *;! ������������������������ ;  &eetanl  & SHEET 1E0H. ;  J0BBIN������/W0KK ���������VSTI^.COirMl.SW  on.Zinruid >������*���������  Ml"* ?������ *!^;J &  uess, and warr.nitc^ iu  H^rclwurS   Iron  LL-l  i.L   Iron./jiiic *h" ***������������������������*'   ..,-.--������-',_ ���������     .    s;1ijj,  p.viiiptttess, and warr.nitc^ l������ gw*  iiict on.  & Steel  g  ESS,    Etc.,  V   FOR '.S.-Af.B..'.  'B. PEARSON ABfiOf..    y  ETC  : XEA &:PERR1NS'  WORCESTERSHIRE  SAUCE,  Declared by OM^*"*j������'  GQCD SATjCE.  THE   ONLY  Caution against Frflnd.^^Jj;  most dedicions and   unnv- i' ;..���������.,..  ,m^mI ot-rtmii 'Itvler* t..������Pl������lyj'..",, lllC������  ti-r.slnr.i^ul:������-?'tl.rpuldif^"^.l;.\1,,,u   .  un!v wnv to secure tjio ������" "  t.MU bi������*  ��������� i-tlW"  .���������} yor-yfa������ assortment r.r these ffoods^TtitmMo^  Wht)l.?f3:il3 bnyi-rs, at their Wimrl" str.M't Stor^ ��������� ��������� ���������  Uvular sapplies r.-cdvod ftMrn Knrop? bv. kailine:  /essets ami hy Express via fcmaiaa and PactQc Raih  v  road.  t m-Particular attention given to orders from Brit-  ish Columbia,  Solo Aeent lor Alexavdre Kin Glovfs-    ���������  London FirnW, p. TtJNSTALLfc Co., 8 Bow Church  Yard.  ������&������ji$t&t  ASK   FOR   LEA  &  and to eej that.their n itnesuru  tABKX.8, iViVVHR. MliM.JI .I.1,1?;  FEBIU^^������  "uponil-o'-^1'1^  S mie fll Hiv inreign tn-irkeip m t,   n  with n.f.|.urloi������.W������.������oftri* ^h ],,������������ j  p-rnncl lubetsol which I. ��������������� ���������������* -ft nfl,jr.H ' tlf  W been forged, L. nnn 1. P p vii 'll- r.  have furnished their ewreFP WP������>ftBi(  attorney to.take Instant H^^SanyoibcrW  FAervkKBS ?md vkm>ok8 o sue^    ��������� ,,,^(1.  th.ns by which their.rigbi m,'tc* qauce &*A*  Ask for LEA 4 PEKBl^elSag>, M  Name  on  Wrapper, Laoe ^  ��������� ������������������ Stopper.. ��������� .,, the Pvoi^V- an*  Wholesale nnd for export>3 * doU tc. ^c'  cestcrrCrossc and Blflcliv^c", Jgnj������������i  hy ttroW aud Oilmen unlvcrsfliJy.  AA

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