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 mi  &C3  X  i������n  1,  per  afe,.  IN-:'  tho  cd'..  ala  n  ���������A  6m  SC'jR A-'.'rt  irso,;  #?���������  tliO .  il,  ort-  rd.  rds  Tl  iH  ma  I  HP  pips  te  1   ,  ��������� B  I1 -  /  m  5m  m  ss  m  mm  ffl&ws:  ; .  Bf  ' '  fife^S  A  ��������� ������  1  tlio  11  ob-  n  5 is  1^:  rcft  mi  tlio  18 tt  1  lco.-  1  Fra  jest  m  ||  -2  A  m  m  Vol. 7.  Barkerville, William Creek, B.C., Saturday, Sept. :4, 1869.  No. 36  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  y PCUMSHED  EVER3T WEDNESDAY aad SATURDAY,;  ' v'y5 -HY.  GO B J8--R- T     H 0 L L, .0 TV A Y,  ,Subscription, $1 per week (including cost  ol delivery), payable to the;carrier.  .OmcB��������� Barkerville, (next door to Manotta's  Grocery Store).  Agents for the u Cariboo Seritmei.'-  Qiiesnelmoulb, Mr. Goudic, Barnard'sEx'p'rcss Ofllca  Suilu Creek,      * '���������'  --���������.'���������   ���������- '. Barnard's Express  .Yale-    '-      -      Mr. Evans, ��������������������������� do  ; Ne vi- West in i nstcr, ���������  ��������� ���������" . ���������: ��������� ��������� ��������� \ ���������    ��������� -;  ��������� Victorni,'-:-      -   ' ���������:   *���������''���������   "-.      '���������'���������''  L. P. Fisher,   .     ... y -      -      -  ���������  do  Clarkson & Co  ���������A. Lync.  San Francisco  ��������� CURRENX-'NEWS.    .  :  _ -" ;���������.;  :     ;��������� yyy/.  : ���������; ������������������  , Sir Robert Clifton, wbo dted recently in  England, bad. ������250,000 insur ancc on Ii is 1 i fo.  Most of;the policies.were held in security for  advances made the deceased.  An exploring expedition is now surveying  the mountains bf Ohancljamayo, in Peru, with  the view of discovering a route for'a railroad  to connect the waters of Jhe Amazon with the  Pacific Ocean.  It is said tbat tbe introduction or the waters  ot the Mediterranean to tbe lakes by the  I sib m n so f Suez h as sens i b ly in creased-., the  li.vgromstric hn midity of tbe atmospbere i and  that, fogs, as dense as those ot  - teft:9ftfcryedc in. Ibe. rajnles^istric^  An antic 1 e in ike ���������;New Torfc Ob'ser  <3 i������ vo ted to a ctesc ri p Mo n o f a r ac e o f pc op le,  recently discpve^^r.iu "^ric^vJipVresomble..  the Ahglo-Siixo.tfrtcqi^Tie,' Country -inhab...  iletl by these;stugtUar-.AfricansJs^ designated  on in a p s al "Hei'^ji Ot Dani ariilan d,ii n ci h as  h co 11 v is i ted ou ly by .'.tii ree w h i te ��������� in en,; one of  \rhout settled. in jt,>iuL tbc natives call them-.  Selves the Ofis.y'  -���������*--,"������������������; ! A^-./X  A new description of::lava is being thrown  from the crater.of���������^esuTJus^yiuc^vtbe last  eruption, consisting of a-beautiful mass: of  crystal izgd sal t." This beautiful plieho men6ii  has hitherto1 been unknown in volcanic  natural, history^ The scientific bodies are  occupied in investigating the cause and the  composition .of-.the crystals. None of the  savants feel inclined1 to go down and see into  'it as yet. y.:.     A.'       ....A. y  .-        , -"..  We find the following'strange piece .of news  In the telegraphic despatches of the San Francisco Examiner, under date of August 2:���������  A shower of meat,-blood and hair, at Los  Nitos, twelve miles'iioUtheast'-df'tp? Angeles,  yesterday at noon;las tied three-minutes. Two  acres on the farm of;Mr Hudson .were covered, with pieces of liver,.- lights; and other  meat* one piece ten inches long was bro tight  to this city to day. Tbe .'.day, was .clear- A  ���������jCRHStt law w������v the shower. "-  in a recent debate in the Spanish Cortes,  Senior Rios Rosas spoke for over an hour defending monarchical institutions. ll He (Senior  Rosas) was very severe with the Republic Of  the United States..', He said half.of it was  outside the law. All the States of the South  were held under thei sword of'military government. Individual rights were all con-  founded. There: was no liber.ty.;. It was die-  tatiou���������sword dictation. The government of  the half of the States -bad-characters of in-  iquitous tyranny, for the -.interests of the conquered countries were sacrificed to the egotism of the North. Tbey enslaved the whites  to give liberty to the blacks. This slavery  would he prolonged years and years, for the  Federal legality arid, the autonomy of tbe  $ tales were" com pletel y ntiotisbed. Was that  *he sort of Constitution tbey. wished to give  to their country?   [No!  no! and great applause.]"  By the recent labor strikes in tho Pennsylvania coal mines about 30,000*. miners, and  probably 20,000 otiter persons were thrown  out of employment.' The most curious eir-  cumstauce in. connection with these strikes is  the discovery of the fact that the owners of  the mines themselves desired the strike .with  the object of advancing, ihe price of coalJ  The:mine owners gauge the market, form a  combination to keep up prices, and then contrive to get the miners to strike." By this  shrewd process coal becomes worth-nearly  double its value, arid the mine-owners reap a  splendid* income without any expense while  the coal lasts. Meanwhile- the poor miners'  become destitute and arecompelled to go to.  work at low wages, when, after'a surplus of  coal has been produced, the same shrewd  game is played over again. So says the Chicago Republican....  In a volume of essays by U. Herve, editor  of the Journal de Pat is, just published, the  following sketcS.is given of the Duke of. Ar:  gyll:-������ The history of Scotland is full of the  bloody episodes of tbe long struggle between  his and the neighboring clans, among others  thaf of the Macdonalds. In our day the Mac-  Gall urn M6*re is settled down. He is Secretary of State arid member of a responsible  Cabinet, arid he leaves the House at the very  ���������hour, that his ancestors usotl. to surprise the,  St; Andrew's has elected him its Chancellor,  lie hu3 held^n. several' Cabinets the Privy  ;Sfealy arid bejis now Minister, for Indiar.,JThe.  'descVnatmtof;a;:chienato  landers, of a family which was semUiai^a^  ousto the-timerofvWmiaminMc  to'govern the degenerate heirs of; one of; the  most ancient civ.ilizationS:of tlieglobc-is not  this one Of -the curious results of the vicissitudes of history 1". :'yy-..-, y 'y-y 'I '";>>  ��������� ]. ".LEGAL NOTICES, &c. .  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THW M iIN-  .    LAND OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.   >:  ....   ���������    ,ryy:  y    .   ^  ������������������,,..,-   -���������    ..;,- yr >.;*  In thc matter of the Estate and Eflects of-WILLIAM  McGARTNE Yt deceased, - In tes ta to.  STEAMERS, BXrR^S/FORWARDiNGj&c.  EXPRESS  ���������-*.������   ^ .+������H...V' *��������� MC*+&���������*+,* I    .w.  ...... accounts  on or bel'ore'thc 28tb day of October, 1869, to.'.- ..">  ���������.. '.}.;���������    ;. CHAS. E. POOLEY,.  ���������;     '       ���������        ��������� Official Administrator..' .  : ��������� Dated Rfch.Oeld, 28th July, 1S69. ;;���������*    .' juSl.lm. ���������  IN:,THE3.SUPREME   COURT   OF   THE  MAINLAND OP BRITISH COLUMBIA., I  n thc'niatteii.of the E^tHc'a nd. EflTects of GIROL0O-  MO TIjBALDl: deceased, intestate.  ,i.Lf. p.arsqps who are indebted to the above Estate,  il. nre required to pay the amounts due forthwith;  and all petrous who have. any claims against the  above estate..arc required to send in their accounts  on or beiorekiic 14th day of November, 1869.'to  ��������� -.��������� 1 /���������.-: y. chas. e. pooi.ky,  '��������� "I       "������������������'-.���������     ��������� Official Administrator.  Paterl Rioh0eI(l,.Uth'August, 18.09. -.'   ��������� atiia'lm  IN THE StJPREME COURT OF THE MAINLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  In thc master of the Estate aud. Effects of ALES-  AXIffiR STOB'O, deceased, intestate. '  A LI. pcrscjs who are' indebted to the above Estate  xx. are requ ivo d to pay tbe amou u ts d u e for th with;  and all persiais who have any. cltfnis against, the  above estatware requested to-send in" their accounts  on or before Ihe 12tb day of November, 1869,' to  1 CHAS. E. POOLEV,    ,  /'A. Official Administrator.  Dated Riclfield , 12tb August,;18G9.     '   aul-t 3m.  in the | supreme court of the  mainlInd^of brt.tish;columbia.  I Uv parsons who are indebted to the abeve estate  j."L arc required to pay the amounts due forthwith,  and all persons who have any claims against the  above estate are required to send in thdir accounts ou  or before the 11 th day o.f-September.:-1869,:i to.. ��������� .  ' ���������':."���������'' ������������������'���������' .'/���������" y:.:'"���������-. ���������"y;-. : CHAS;E;;'POOLEY,''''A:;-.  . ' '-��������� Gthcial Administrator.  Dated Richllcld^li'th June,.1869..;.;.; .:..:. jcl6; tU ���������  OK THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE AND ON fHE FIRST  and 15 th du y of each mon tli 'thereafter  . ^Barnard's  Express .  ':;.:,:  ���������' *  Will despatch i ���������;..     '���������.  :-  A FAST FREIGHT TEAil FROM.TA^;  Making thc trip'to BarkeiTillein about 14 days.'   Until further notice,  RATES  OF   FREIGHT  By these teams, on all parcels of '50 lbs..and upward  "."'.'  .will-be. A '  25 pentsper 1^.,  exclustvoof Road Tolls. '    .,   ��������� ���������    s  .  to  otherwise they'will be sent by regular'Express and  charged accordingly.-', .;. . ���������', ���������". ���������  .Shippers niay depend on tho regularity of theso '  teams, for'whether with full freight or not they will  come through. ' ������������������ ������������������  May H, 1S69. F. J. HARVARD.  iJ;A  ress.'; ���������  ON liM after July 3d, aiid until further notice tli9  Regular TSTeekly.Express will arrive at BufkCr-  ville.on SATURDAY MORNING, and return at 6 h.m.  the following Monday. Tho Express will-close every  Sunday nightj������^oWc������i' " '.-' - ������������������������������������<- : ������������������ v:  lJia.Zn*l*TQ.���������jiiV)lU-*<>m..^J.^'2,^*;  Female : juries���������Let the jury consist exclusively of ladies. As ib is proverbial that  women never disagree, there would not be  the slightest difficulty in securing always a  inianimpus Verdict The whole twelve would  vote as.one woman, more.especially if one of  tbeir;own sex Was being, trie'd. Besides the  mere prospective borror of a dozen women  being . all lock ed up toge tlior, w i th 0 ut a cup  of tea or a stocking to mend, or a baby to  play with, or a novel to thumb, would force  them to agree, long before they had looked  at the prisoner even, to.see whether be. was  good-looking or not.  Toe G-aEATEST Discoveky of the Age.���������  Robinson's celebrated Magic [Soap has just  been introduced on William creek, and the,  proprietors challenge the world to produce  an article to compete with this soap. It no!  only removes paint, pitch, tar, &c., from the  coarsest and finest fabrics, but it also docs  away with all the washboards and machines  that have been invented during the past ten  years to wear out hands and clothes; and  after one year's use it has been proved not  to injure the clothes in the slightest degree,  having every advantage over all other so aps  in being cheaper���������one pound doing-m ore  washing than two pounds of any common article now in use. For sale at Mr James P.  ���������Taylor's drug store, and some of the principal stores in town. A responsible person  is wanted to act as agent for Cariboo. Ba-  quire at this office. ..   *  rN; TEE   SUPREME- COURT : OF   THE;  MAINLAND OP BRITISH COLUMBIA;;;  In the matter of the Estate and Effects of .MICHAEL  CARNEY, deceased,- intestate. -;'   ���������  A  A.'IX'persons who are indebted to the above* Estate  ijL ���������* are required to pay the amounts due forthwith *  and all persons vv ho have any claims against the above  estate are required to send; in tlieir accounts ciri or  before thc 24th d������y ol September, XS60, to  ./CHAS. ,E. POOLEY,.''..  ,,.:.' .--yy.       ���������' (ftlicialAdmlmstrator,  Dated Richfield, 24th June, 1869. ,     .     ... .lfie30  ;:leayeCqtjesniilmouth for soda creek .cmi  ^TUESDAYS,  y,y-���������'..'���������:.y:,-yAxA?$>* A.M...  LEAVES SODA, CREEK FOR ��������� QUESKELMOUTH ON  'y'[ THURSDAY   E.V EH ING :,:.,.-  Connecting with Barnard's Express at both places.  ;: 4JJJ5"' The stcanier is not responsi ble for .leakage' ot  Oils, or,other liquid's shipped- in��������� tin3.'-.���������;���������";>.'���������;���������:.���������: ,y A-  err 4 .son;  ; Barker ville. .  Feb. 6,1809;   *'  ������an  VolkenMrg  &   Co^  RETAIL   BUTCHERS,  b a r k e e yil l e, .richfibli), and  '.'mosquito', creek,  A supply or frcshjjmoat of all descriptions constantly  on hand,  F.   NEUFELDER,  STORAGE  AND   COMMISSION,  RlCTIFTELD, B.C.  JG3* Produce from the agricnltnral districts received  ind mouey advanced on consignments.      Jy24 2m  EXPBES81  &������*T  A. McPherson,  AND  JEWELLER,  BARKERVILLE.  Barkerville, Mayl, 18li9.  ' %������r Fell's Coffee has now stood the test  of the last eight years, has superseded entirely thei rap or tod .Ob avtres. Coffee, ana is  now kept and sold by all respectable dealers  CELEBE4TED OLD IRISH WHISKEY, an^^a  mJS At DeNOUVION & KUHTZr   faction,  N the arrival at: Barkerville of livery Mail and  _ Exrro<s, U..I... LAMONT; will leave Barkc/villa  with an Ex ������rcssTor the following Creeks : Grouse,  Stevens, California, Wolf,, Antler;.Cauuingh'ainy Harvey v Snowshp.cvICeitbley aud Goose Creeks., He will  attend to all kinds of commissions, &c. Collecting���������  wilt .also bo a tte ruled to. '"���������-'. ���������..'���������',     .; A' '���������''. ������������������' '��������� j u21.  Letters, Parcels, &d, for the. abeye; places��������� can ba  left}at tbe-following places:.;   '���������''''     '���������"'���������'     ������������������    .-'";  The..Sbktiskii Office,,  -   -, -  - Barkervtlle. :'.  Rennic's Slide Store, .'-''. -   .- ' -" Barkerville  r   -F. Mcuf elder,, ��������� '/ ���������-. - ������������������.-   V  --.Ricliileld.-  ;  Danlelson's -Bridge, Qnes-  ']'������������������- yyfael 'A^jeTiy A  MR;. CHARLES DAXIEtSON desires. to inform  Traders, Packers, Travellers and !otbcrs that tho  Road from. Dog Prairie to the: 16-Mile Post beyond  Qunsnchnoutli is how open.and iii good condition for  Pack Trains and Stock, and that there is abundanco  of good feed throughout. There is a,house of enter*  taihmentat the bridge. jc22     1-"   in -. 1   '    ������������������������������������        1    '     1 --������T 1 '".ni''���������: ������������������������������������;      <  Important  to   Traders'-.! !  4 LIi: FREIGHT CONSIGNED TO J. C. BEEDT,  1% Yale, B. C, will be forwarded to any part of  the Colouy, on the most reasonable terms, free ol.com*  mission. AGENTS:  Millard k Reedy,    \      Denonvion & Kurtz,    \  Victoria.   *      1 BUi'korville, J  Barkerville; April 17tb,186i>,  ADAMS ���������&' PEABCY,  BARKEKVILhE,  Have on baud a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVE3  TIN  PLATE  AND   SHEET   IRON  With various other articles in their lino of trade.  %&" AUJobbing in the Tin, Slid ct Iron, Copper and  ' d to, and warranted to i;iye eat-ts  *'nW '������������������  yrf  ������  i.r  1 TJIEQAEIBOOSENTINEL  =rr=r^ATU^AYTsirT. 4, 1869.  THE CARIBOO SENttNEL   -  iiiTUTic/l evcrv Wednesday ami Saturday^ Ail  adm-as^cuts^ESidofcfor insertion, must bo rtehy-  e cd at iate?t at Six o'clock, P. M., the-day before  ere  publication.  to Advertisers.  All advertisements (not inserted ft  period) will be contiuued uuwtl ord  charged for accordingly.  for any  definito  ercd "out,  and  All  TO CORRESPONDENTS,  communications must he pccompanl^VhyJ^  ^uw���������**���������^ of the writer ;. Aot necessarily  Sti,*$S������or pnbiisbixtf .th- sam.^but as security  or its good fai tli. .  Ri^SPE^OTE^ANl)   rROSPECTIVE.  A correspondent calls attention to Light-  ���������niiofc creek, and-the enterprise and energy  Splayed there by a few miners who have  succeeded' in the most dangerous aud difficult  ��������� work or penetrating to the bottom of that  creek, a task which has been frequently and  vainly altemped. Coming from a practical  miner, not'connected with the subjects of his  remarks in their enterprise, the writer's comments and eulogies are peculiarly appropriate.   They go far to contradict the assertion  ��������� frequently ���������-heard that there is no energy or  enterprise in this country." The stigma cannot fairly be placed upon Cariboo. Although capital is scarce here, yet there is an  immense amount of that non-metallic capital  -which is. thc base of all wealth���������muscle and  .'.indomitable.,pluck.   .These'....qualities   will  "eventually  create   the .capital requisite to.  Jimdertake.the great enterprises suggested ,by  - the. immense;resources of Cariboo, but which  .asyct/fdr thVwant of surplus capital, are  only ia contemplation. - The ylototy  over  Lightning creek will lead to,the:conquest of  yibe m^dOw^yWithVi'.^^Incre.isedy^.k'iiowT  ledge^ and skill acquired id;mining operations  telligently directed wili notTconfront.-..  r ;  "Our mines," says our* correspondent, "are  ' yet in their infancy."- The operations this year  substantiate the assertion. /Although" Cariboo has been crippled by fire and drought  during the past two years, yet  enough  has  been   done   in  that period to show that a  cheerful future is before us.   The yield of  gold has not perhaps  been increased, and  :, indeed it wo did have been surprising if it  . had,^uU-circumstances bdn what  .has be^en done this season adds to our faith as  . to. what can cad be done.  XyA J>rief Review", sho ws, that --'the' extent x and  richness pHthe'mines  ^ith the opinion in respect of Jheni^ ������������������Conklin  haustod of its; treasures/ has gwen' another  precious field, which \Viil profitably engage  -y:- laborfbr years to cpme.   The discovery of a  g61^-j>earing ��������� channel  at the ^headf of, this  ���������- gtilcli rindicates   the;'increased:;] knowledge  /Awhich has been gained, as bur correspondent  says.hy������������������"��������� many valuable lessons."   Nothing  yin the shape of a scientific, theory 'has  yet  ; come into practical use t. for any of the  alluvial-goldmines of the world, but "gold  ." is where you find it" is still the only thing  'that can be said of the precious metal with  '���������;.  unerring truth.   It was a theory based on  this accepted axiom which led the miner to  the gold deposits at the head   of  Conklin  gulcb,   and   also to  the new discovery on  .'   Lightning creek.   Looking further afield wc    find-.new evidences of the extent of our gold  .   deposits.   Harvey creek, Antler creek and  .ICeilMey creek were all supposed to have  been stripped of their treasures, but with the  increased knowledge-: and skill which has  been brought into activity, it appears that  - mining is yet in its infancy even in those old  localities. To bottom Antler creek has  almost been as difficult a task as that eulo-  ��������� gized by our correspondent in reference to  Lightning creek. It has been done, however, aad with successful results. Harvey  creek, which had never been fairly tested  with the ingenious labor and perseverance  giyen to Lightning creek, now promises to  give ample returns.   The same may be said  of Keithley creek.. . y   ,r ',  Grouse, Canadian and Ilardscrabble creeks  are being prospected by running immense  tunnels, and a new field for enterprise  will be opened on the completion of the Ballarat drain, at the lower part of William  creek, where the want of drainage has hitherto prevented the successful wovlriog of the  ground. Two long and expensive tunnels  are being put into the upper part of Lowhee  creek, and prospects already found favor the  belief that the'deep ground there is rich, with  gold. A very long tunnel is also being run  under Dragon creek. ,���������   ......;���������  Although there has been no addition "this  year to the list of gold-bearing creeks, yet  the discoveiies in old ones, where ^o'^dUft  covery was looked for, are equivalent to .an  extension of the area of our gold-fields ���������!;������$  in* one respect those discoveries are extremely encouraging, as showing the extent  of the gold deposits and the permanency'-of;  themining interest of the colony.  The greatest impediment to; the develop-;'  merit of the mines is the. lack of ready-roade  machinery and tliC abs0ace of s.team eng.inftSr  It is surprising what an immense amounts of  work requiring engineering skiM has;; been;  done and is doing in Cariboo, and witf!;jjp^  further auxiliary means than the axe, .hammer, saw, and pick and shovel. The^e-are  kept-going,. too, without the assistant of  outside . capital. ��������� The pecuniaryVmeans:,are  furnished by the mines. i/i;. Zy  A new feature is growing on the face/of  Cariboo. Quartz mining is coming^into;  favorablo notice. The little movement fctiat  has taken place with regard to quartz goes  far toi confirm the truth of the oft-repeated  assertion that if we had but one quartz-mill in  the country, quartz mining would sopS become an important industry; A prover^ dbout  cooking says, "first catch your hare^lbre  you prepare to cook it.?' \Vith: qtiartzjgbow^  tlvpr. it. is different. There are plenty of gold  seeing their way clear to any way of;extracting the gold from the ore, have takenylittlf  or no interest in quartz. When, however^  the mill that has been ordered sh all have arrived a different feeling anent quartz will  soon become manifest. Indeed, as sooiias it  was decided that a mill would be available;  for.testing quartz reefs, a search for: qiiartz  commenced.  ; Al together, there are no reaso ns for a Respondent yiew.of our prospects, so far as the  mines are concerned. If we had" only 'the  faciiities for' recruiting dur popiilation, Cariboo would soon aasume alivelter aspect than  ever. .Overland communication, alone will  give us those facilities; .... "'.Ay X. ���������'"'  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  A  Z2yx%'^or2 Sal0^;;:;;;Vj>^;  FOURTH of tfe groundknowri as thkALTURAS  IR ������&*������-flitfoh   comprising thef Bench and1  Co. on Stout Guleh: coinpnsi ng  of the SExtlNEuyj -. _ ,. =,. ��������� ;y ������������������*. .   ..::% -..., /:'- _  Milk !   Milk 1, Milk !  to ..farm  unt  cou  dur  gallon.  unt il further notice . and if ho ri.-cciy.es sufficient en-.  UD- niSut,^ grantees .that ho wiirsuppl^JttUc  during; "bo. whole of IttaeWinter season.for, giOOper  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  3STOTIPE.  rpHE BANK Ol^BRXTISHy&LmiBTA Ib%wwY"  1:, lo remit GOLD BARS to.Victoria forsMo^S?1  ing 95 per cent, of the San-Francisco parWf^  valne), and chargingacommission of oiienerXI  on the net returns, y, ,./.w.?*%.  : CHARLES 3. jones;1 w'  Bank of British Columbia, y:\ '   gent:  Barkerville, 27th August, iSWJ -������������������,;,-  .i'^yyty. .'y'yNpTiCE.-''1' ~"~" 'y  VpilE,. HirOSpNS...BA^..Cp.. A.HK P^KPAHt^ ^  J recci re. at prir va 1 uo, at Item r fv,y\ >��������� iti. ij.\rV*'  ville, iucxchan go for Mercha udteoy UO'hJj B;\ iis it  sticcl frbed the Government,Assav Offi.cc.   . '���������"".   :  CHEAP   GOODS!  co'MPRisixa-  Bobis ';������������������ Slioesv Olotlimg and  v:,.:,'yV:.;;/;-Vv...Grrpceries  OP   THE  BEfeT^UAtlTY, :  2 Foriiil^  ���������vilie: opfao^ito the &nk6f British Columbia.   V ���������/;/  ; ��������� y 4*. ���������; ry Ay yy: - y f: Ayy Ay A-!- w; RENN1ES. Ai  ���������,:-.-22i,  se4tf:;  ;as usual;.  tny26  ^CTENdUYlON &;KURTZ,  S   FOR    S  JO J  Bnrkeryille; Jiily 12, 186?  }iaU 2;.������  Cr:  LilinOOEX  ONI ONS,; of  th e  best qutili ty, and; i n  -���������sijiendidconditio'n,-forsale:cheap,,at   y.-  ...........  ��������� A A/;.. -. ������������������ /-.A- yyyy X /.%... EDWARDS^^Store.yy.:-  " au25 I'm 7 *~ X:" "���������      " A   "'-" :   BarkervilIo.  A..r.AZ-.. .,y;NO,T!PE.  ALL PERSONS tndeb ted to toe  -: PEARCV, of Barkervi^U-, 8 il   rr.. jyy;. y \A,  set tie;-their accounts before the Jsu   of S ^.:riii v.  next,jitt(I all persons.havl'na-chUr^s :-\^-.y- ���������;������������������ Ay  .fi.nn i\re requested to pr'esen: ih^)r ivi.y,-v u l$ >:��������� ��������� '���������; I���������'������.  ment..... .   .   ...... ���������,���������  y-yyyy -..r- -/���������������������������-. --'ADAMS &.VEARCV. ,'^-  y B a rkervil le, August 24, I860' : y a������25  ���������r���������:. a i, C AM ERjp N ��������� &,iy A MM ES, r ~  W ARRIEilS &; GEN ER AL B D ACKSM1T11S,  .'. ' ���������������������������;.������'' -Bjs'ffKfiRviixie, ��������� ' ';;;, " :  A V IS ��������� purchased the s ta nd, formerly, occupied .hyX.  .. .CVpampbell, and will oxecuto-..orders for Rorse.  shoeing;and Blackjjmith work of ���������eVery (Jescript'it.'nm  tbo lowest, rates./ ."������������������ ������������������:.-:      .;   ���������* ; - jy24 2m  ^- Enr/ convenience for SHOEING, OXEN with  despfitcli.--'':.j''; - ' ��������� "'1"' '" -    -  ��������������������������� ���������   "���������������������������"��������� ������-'   v -"���������"������������������;_  y   ��������� A/^Per  4 T iaOS. FLErCHERlS:.- SECOXDTHAND STORK  A.'"' and Genera 1' ReJ:tirlHg" Shop wl 11 b.e found a  Lathe en pahl c bf ^Turiitn% X ritid; ,fi ul ng.:-iip Car AxKi  and Whorls'' Hydraulic ^oz2les, Hose Coupliogs, kc-  aiid all tsmirs-of:hv6tri 1'work *dond :with neatness.  ,.To bo found also^Qflpktng .Stmres1r;Sl;e,qt Irpn-Stow,  P it rn ps Hose, Nails,' Picks, Shovels, and .almost every  .:������������������:'..--��������� *A   A:Ay UPPER BARKERVILLE.. n������15  - At CLiN'TON���������We umlerstand that a large  quantity of wool belonging to Harper Bros.j  and intended for shipment to England, is detained at Clinton in consequence of: the demand for. payment, of tolls. . This is a hard  case, and was never cou tempi ated bv the  Ordinances regulating the road tolls.. The  charges for transportation arc a sufficient tax  upon the.owners, and.government should certainly allow the wool to pass free. The idea  of placing a;tax upon exports is ridiculous.;  Paper Cr;?TkTXG--Paper petticoats, printed  or stamped in imitation of the most fashion-i  able skirts, are sold in England for GU each.  Imitation cretonnes and chinizes for bed furniture tire also made, a set costing 5s. It is  stated that by the iuvention of an English  manufacturer paper may have a serious influ-  LUIVIBfRl   LOMBERT  ME^RS'TmEACHAM 5s NASON^ areyprepared ,io  ."'furnish'. Lumber at their iruis, Wlliatn Creek;  and as tbey have now a y       ~  yAy   p.L'ANING *  MACHINE  in operation, they iwtit supply DRESSED;LUAIBER at  !DRU0STORE.  $15 per thousand;  Shingles, $12 per thousand.  '���������������������������^au2I-tf-:' "  ~S������^r1m������-b,  yy A: . y  ___ Aj/yyAyyy  A SQCIALBALL WILL BE ������T VEN B\'  MRSy S.   P;   PAIIKEE;,  yxAii; yr-yy.-��������� '������������������''��������� ty\:yy~~ox-----/  ".;; ;;y;-_';   .;;'._ ������������������'.-..������������������ .yy  :/i saturpay;;septem3  ';; Particulurs in our; riest;^;; ,    nu28  Ifew; Dominion  A. D.   M'INNES  HEREB V an noun ces  tha t h chas ope n ed li Js Ke w  y Boarding House, .      \r ���������:-,..-,.  ;       NEXT TO THE ASSAY OFFICE,  y  /���������:A ������������������-BARKERVILLE,"-..';'"   ..:.;���������''.'���������."  to which ho invites all who desire flrst-class Board  at; moderate ratos. Cleanliuoss in the Cooking Department may bo relied on, as he has engaged the  services of a flrst-class (WHITE) Cook.  '���������;���������%&* LIQUOES AND CIGARS of the best brands  may be obtained at the Bar. riiil4  AS; P; TAYLOR^fesircs to stat* that he still keeps  . ;,on b is business at>the, o>a\;. st^nd; where ���������bj;_lwj  Pa Win t; Med i ci nes of a 1 i k l n ds on h arid, -A Iso FBESH  GARDEN SEEDS;:i:: Prescriptions carefully compoim ���������  adatTcaaouablorates^ ;'yNcxt;dGot: to.,Guaio^ Brw-  crv.v'! '���������yyy'y': A -:" yyy y'yy.y.. ".. y  ;^Bi������rke;rvillo,.;Ma5r' Sv-48g9/y AA'-y' 'A  lm  ii ^txfo ctit Axarivif) UP.U?,.  y-igtf^  - A ;;        :y   '..y:.;;x>KAtj;R3 i^f   ��������� -������������������  En^lisli Ale y b^  ���������������������������AAAyy. OS  DRAUGHT,"' '.,  v CHOICE WINES AND' LK2DOR3,   :  Noy  612    SA^CBAiVI^iSrTQ   STREST,  it /������������������   ^ Above Mohtgomerv'^San Francisco,   .aijisia  painLeb^ ."  TOOTll .E^TRAGTIOE  DR. CHIPP IS PREPARKD TO EXTRACT TRKTH  and perform short operations svithout pain,\>J  the aid of the apparatus .discovered by Dr. RichanlFtD,  of I/).n d on. Th is Valuable' d i sco ve ry pro luces iaseii-  si b ill ty: i n th c pa rt alone, an d ��������� renders u nnccessarj  the administration of ciilorofprm. :"-���������  OFFICE���������Xisxt to Rennie's Boot storo.'Barkorvil'O.  OHlco Fee, S5. Teeth extracted, or ulloiUith GoW,  $o-X.A .'���������/yy-ryy/y-yr- ��������� ������-��������� ���������' ' ;;. ;myi.fen -  E  'LrGUTXLvo Creek.  RE,  and useful covering for furuifcure  serves for shoes. '  h^AS^Tlr������   ^3Cov^T   claims   have  eeu staked off on the hillimuied iaudv bell nd our office.   Quarts  Cr������ns out in  two  tt l������?hQ BhTr������r b������n^ and H iH-ra-  tended to prospect fur a |C(|jrft Pieces taken  a coup e of foot from ibe surface at-e honeycombed with" yd low dirt, ttad there afe  plenty of sulphorets throughout  o^^?'~^Q the ^0B" co" w Light-  creek struck good prospects the creek has  been staked off for considerably 'over am  n length Several men have %Z om  look at the new diggings. h  Mrs  Farias  BM takes place at  the  lie  to  TENDERS his sincere thanks to those who have  fa vore d bira with th ei r pa tro nage on Mosq iijto  Creek and elsewhere/and begs to inform his friends,  and.the public generally that he has commenced  business at Barkerville in the store recently occuvned  by C. DODERO, where he has a stock of  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  BOOTS,   CLOTHING,  WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO & CIGARS  llLvrNG  Implements, &c, &c.  Orders from friends on outside crcoka promptly attended to. .,  vrg^f Cmisignments of goods from Victoria nnrl  Colonial produce from farmers will receive his greatest attention and care.  Barkerville, August 25, 1809. au2S tf  MINERS AND TRADERS will tin*? ^ io tilif\v %'.  vantage to purchase at this Store; where_t>'-rt,s  A Larob AssOR-niKXT pir Goods,    ^   ���������  Of the very best description on, jiand% and -tii* -y  constantly replenished by ncwarriyals*   The,'   ;'"���������  ��������� :'A  tors will sell GoodsJ r  As chsap as.:aky.LvycARTBoo:;'; ��������� ;  Orders promptly filled, and, forwarded with ^P^v  ���������        ' BEEDY. & UKmUUll.  Van Winkle, May 12, 1869.        ."��������� ���������* ��������� ' ^P'/ZXAy  }  m  m  WA  '/(iJ--l)AA  <.A  fit.  Theatre Royal to-night.  15Q-Mile__House.  THE undersignc;!, projirictors of the above well-  known, and favorably situated establishment,  having purchased tho same from E. Tormey, desire to  inform their friends and the public generally that tbey  aro now prepared to faffon! every accommodation to  tra veil e rs and o th ers at tl i o m os t reaso n a h I e c b n rge,������.  T h e ta bl e is supp] i ed wi th all th g s u b s ta n tl n 1 s n ii ii  luxuries available in the country, and prompt attention given to the wishes of the guests   .   "  Th o 13 a r is s Locked with th eve ry b es t b ra n ds of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  , The Stables arc spacious and comfortable and al-  ten d e ;.l to by fi rst cluss h ostlers. A ph��������� n ti fu 1 su pply  of the best provender of nil kinds Jjhv;iys on hand. "  In short, every convenience and facility, conducive  to the comfort of tnan and beast will be found, and  tlie propriotors will sjiare no effort to give entire s;n is-  faction to all who may patron!kg thersLahltsnment  August 20th, 1869. '   ADim'&: BAlWf,  WHOLESALE   AND  >. .. ...��������� . <  ���������LV���������%yy  :.VJ''.  G-roceries, Pr>  HARDWARE,    Df?\  CLOTHING, BOOTS/ SFO^S, &W���������<  [2   BARKERVILLE.  .GOOD?  m  m  ���������any  uri������*  GENERAL   DEALER^^  AND COMMISSION MERCr!^ i"  ���������  BARKERVILLE,  Have now on handa large assorting1 ������f  GROCERIES, LIQUORS,  r���������AND���������  G-eneral Merchandize-  inl4b������  Barkerville, July 19,1800. ^"  -<n*3fS8SSSSBsaBBlJOjf������lBBV^B>a THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  {Before C. Brew, Es<i., Gold Commissioner Snd County  *"*' . -.���������-.;';.'Court"Judgel)".'��������� ;'.-'   ���������'������������������:'   ';-+*  ittMTfMifrinaoSadrJiWdM^ ij^wtsacwB .��������� ������^ ^mgr  SATURDAY,1 SEPT^ 4, 1869.  COURT. PROCEEDINGS.  WCDKGSDAT; Sept. l; 1869.   :  vlbowey, vs.^Lillooet Co,���������Suit foi'  ah or- tione.y Case ��������� postponed ibr a  d.hy.A.  Horse  )&*������  K.Willi  STORK  OiTrid a  r Axles  SV&c,,  CSF,   ���������  ��������� Stove?,  | everv  ' ml5:  HrfB  ill keeps  lie li;is  nm  mpftnn.v  im >:/���������  "ter,  a;  REST,  Jiuisiifi  :oi  TEETH  pain, If  !iai\lcui(  ��������������� iusra-  ecessaiy  kervilloy  th Gold,  rl Cm .  tkrea  eniiicSi  ���������u-  ^1  "ins  I.'. J  t551  fvl i w  Lcco  se.  14 H*  (I  A  A  y  X  yy  y ���������  y  m  :   TnuuspAY^Sept 2,1869.  Bed -Hoc k Drain C o. vs. Barker Co..  compel the Barker coy to show,  Dy   tbey should not pay $438 75.;  i j 11 i J* A ro P ������ r'ti on; of assessments o n 7 ������  3 ia- the beft-rpCkydrain.;'" ;'���������' /���������-; '���������'.- ��������� A / ���������;  , K y b'to so ii w as exa m t ned. on b ehal f of  and. Uglified', that the assessments  it-tied'in accordance with; the terms of  a a^r^rneat - between plain tiff* and  en0 aaMs*hut that" the. documeiit had been  osi: ��������� ���������      '���������   . .,v: ������������������i'.:-������������������'���������'��������� '���������''��������� Hi   Ay    ���������'''���������:",���������  On cross-examination, a p;6py of the agree-  riicnt was- p reduced by ��������� defend a nts;., A ftor  ' wci tin g th at *tho. pbjee to fthe 13 ark er co. was  to becure free drainage,^he'._agreement��������� wenL  on to say that.thp;jBw;|������e^  upon that portion -of She fd rain .Hying below  the lower tine of the, StieepskinJ cpy the., su ni  of S 1,500 in lab or- ;vtheh yebntinue the;-drain  ' from such lower line up to their own works,  and main tain jjlrid' keep suet eit^hsipit i n re-  pair "io apportion. ofc.UveJmain4i'ainv; until  they abandoned their ground ;,in- ��������� const dora)  r   tio n of which th ey were,' to be; en tilled to (ree  :   drainage -for."17;Jyinter.ests* of their ground.;  an cl, a 2cordi tig! to thfe"sec p rid cl au se, to.. hoi (1  . 7i in the drain for;their 'y wn ybenefit.   The  .   fourth clause e tatedliiat; they,; w ere' to re c ei ve  7i interests inUfccpmpariy, or words to that  elect- X .Uponytjie; variance A of these y two  ���������clauses a considerable^^  they coveredTtbe ppint at is^iei whether tlife-  Barkcr co. were;or'were rio11 iab 1 o to ass.essV  ment in the same manner as''the othev mining  c o m panics who.; hold; in teres ts.;; my the. Be d-  liock Drain company?-    .A/A /' X  Oii heli all' of pi ain tiffs ;i t' -was argued th at  the agreemeiit referredi to gave .tlie: Barker  co. an j n to rest eq u i v al en tto; a paHnersh i p > in,  -  the Drain: eo. itselfX\:\ thiit - the/test., of the  i\gri%ein fiit was its riiutnutity... If the Darker  <  co; had tire right to^'reco^er^pr^fifey  dends from the,draio. then they .wereSqually������������������.  liiibie, o ri. Ui> cr^'l^triic,tion Jo f, th ti;agveemcii t?;  to p ay. their; p ro\xb't i'i on . p.f 4h e, exp e rise of  uniintttining itvthis; being-oiieAof. tEeyConsid-  ��������� ^ratn us for wh ich the Drat n 'c 6. gave u p their  v.ighi fo collect tho drainage mortey, which  \v o u Ul h ave amounted to a 1 argo sh iri ;; th at  tlie new charters, aa. they were called,-did  not alter the position;pf the parties >. that the  p ;l i isal,. if any, to al io w lit: Cfinstie, the foreman of the Barker?co.y,to':vote, could1 not  alter the terms of the. agii^eht������ the .second  and fourth Sections ot vvhien^Avere clearly in  favor of* the planitiffa.^  .On-behalf-bf defendants, it was argued that  .tho Miners' Drainco. were not entitled to sue  as a raining company-under the Mining Ordinance, as that ordinance only provided for  suits to" b e b rough t by the fore man of a ces m-  pany engaged in raining; and the: Bed-Rock  Drain co. were not engaged iri. mining, but in  draia ipg mines ; and, for the sake of argn������  merit,  admitting  that they were, .then the  partnership; if everYit existed between the  plaintiffs' and defenclants,Svas. terminated by  tbe operation of the act after the lapse of a  year ; next, that the. agreement itself negatived the idea of any participation in, losses  on the part, of the deleridants; that the  Barker co. had constructed $ at great expense,  a drain which had become the pro petty of  the plaintiffs, and had, tnrireover, expended  Sl,500 op the main drain below the Sheepskin co/s ground, and for this they were to  have free (1 rainago ; that ; tbe parInorsh Ip, if  any, was prospective, as they were only ��������� to  be eutitled to hotd 71 interests in the Drain  co., afUrtf tbe fulQhnent of the covenants of  the agreement, one of which was that they  should \(C<ii> the drain in good order till they  abandoned  their ground.     Another  point  raised was that a new  charter had  been  granted, to which the Barker co. were not  parties, and- further, that their foreman, Mr.  Christie, bad been denied.the right, of voting  or interfering iri the affairs of the Drain eo,;  that under any circumstances,, oven if they  were par ta ere iu the Drain co., tbey might  participate in the profit without having anything  to^ do witU losses as amongst themselves, if it were so agreed as in the present  instance ; that the 7J interests were evidently  given to allow the Barker cd. right of en-  trythrough the drain, with a view to protect  their own interest.  Mr. Brew postponed his  decision  until  Monday.  Mr. Walkem for plaintiffs, and Mr. Walker  for defendants.  Friday, Sept. 3.  Sawmill Co. vs. Ericson Co.���������This was a  case to' compel defendants to show cause why  they refuse 'plaintiffs a sufficient quantity of  water; from Conklin gulch to work their  claim.1   "       ";;    '���������'������������������ . '".^ ���������������������������: X{A A X :  Plaintiffs alleged that the Ericson co. had  twice the quantity of, vv a ter; th ey n ee ded. b u t  \v i 1 fnl \y an d m al ici ousl y w as ted it; and  whenever the���������'���������.plaintiffs turned on the water  at the liead of their ditcti the. defon darils  would turn it off again ; th at th e *defeu dants'  rri a'chi lici-y was imp e r fe ct; that th ey , had  wo rk ed th ei r wheel wi tb h alf the. water. th ey  we re u si ng ���������; '��������� th at th ey (pi ai ntiffs j were. Wil 1 in g  to take a third of the'water,,'arid that there  were 5(Tor G 6 In ch es o f. water in ih e gUl ch.  ' Defenclan ts denied; these : aUegittion?, and  con te n dpd that they had n p.t top m u c h w ater;  th at there; were,. on ly fi ve.. o r si x in ch es of  wtiste water d ur in g; th e fresh e V ���������;������������������. th at no e vi ���������  dc nee as to the q u a n ti ty b f water, h ad been  p rod uced,. the pi ai n ti ffs ri o t.- bb v in j measu re d  the... eai ne ;\; tli at th e b ad sp i r i t oh th ei r:(d e-  fen dan ts) p art li ad. n ot. b ee n pro ve n ;., t h at i i  h ad . n ot be en Sh o w n th ei r m ac li faery caused:  a waste o f w a ter throug h im p erfe c top n stru c-  tipn, etc. .:������������������,���������������������������,'���������������������������������������������' ������������������; 'yZ;-A. y'i y.i ,;...;\a\.)  y The Co m m issi'o lie r do ci d ed tha t th e- pi ai ri -  tiffs had failo.d to prove : a .waste, of, water ;  that they sliorild have produbed eviderico:frpm  measu rente n t as. to; ��������� .iti e qn an ti ty ��������� o f \y ate r ;  a viil he d'i s m isse d the comp lai nt, say in g th at  if at ariyj'tinie th ere -werje more than.40 inches  of water in the.gulch he would grant an order  requ i ring * the Ericson 'co. a t their own expense  to deliyet'thp; surplus to; the. Saw mi 11, co. ���������  ��������� ; Franklin.: vs.; Fipyd.~-This; \yas;; a^���������; case  brought up, on appiiclitiotK.��������� for Jre-iiearingv  PI ai 11 tiff had sued and. o b tained judgment- oh.  beh al f o f. the *' Pros pee tin g .com p anylJ X on  WJb ipsa w gu I ch for,. assessm e n ts due. by.. tli e  d efen d ant.: De to dan t h ad al 1 eged, -but failed  to prove, that he had' sold his interest in tlie  co m pan y. % Hen ow cou 1 d produce-e vid ence  of sale/and desired a xe-heartngf., ; ..-.'"���������-,)-.;. v  '."-; .The Judge remarked that as it;involved a  qu es tio n m ere ly of fact, be thou gh t the, case  shduld^go before: a j ury. - -A . - ������������������ . .  Trial sset for Tx^Mnyr/yvrXA/  :;G..;ptr'ouss;.;ys. ;R, >Edwards.���������Judgment  deb to r su rain ons to sh 6 w cause w b y def en d -  ant had not paid $207. for goods delivered.  De feridan fc pi e aded in ab i 1 i ty' ��������� to p ay. ���������. The  g o ods. had: bee n ob tai ned i by de fe u dant for  himself and; two pth ers���������Kneeb6ne and Pal-  bla'/e���������and the latter was indebted1 to defend a ri fc. The; J udge or d e red d ef e ri d ari t to;  pay the nioney which:Palb 1 a?e owed him and  instalm en ts j)f .S10 p er week- to p 1 am tiff un ti 1  :tiietlebt;s>hali Jiave beeri;?ext(rignistiedi  ��������� Todd "'vs. Siddej 1 ���������Sa 11 to; sliow; cattfe." why  d e fe n da ii t sh 6 u \ d n o' t. ..pay,.. $53,b al an ce; due  on a promissory note given about two years  ago fpV goods obtaine(K Defendapfc was. wilt-  irig to-accept judgmcnt for tlie, ampnni due  on the; no te and the legal - rate pf in ter est, b ii t  coritended that he had not agreed to pay the  interest (3 per cent.) called .for by the note;  and that tliat part of the note referring to the  interest-had been inserted after he had signed  i t. Plai n ti IT al leged th at it was p er fectly un-  ;derstood about the in teres fc at the time tb e  note was drawn, and that defendant had never  uri til then , d is p ri ted. ,th e, i nteresfc (w hich defendant acknowledged).. ������������������Ay  T lie Ju cl g e said yth at b e b el ie v cd U d id n o t  matter whether terms as to interest were inserted before or after signature, providing it  was:done in the preseriee^ of defendant and  co mp rise done trans a cti on, arid h e woiild  p ost p on e th e case for j u clg m eri t- uri til Tuesday  to co nsulfc legal au th o rity_upon the poin ty  " Tan Yolk enb urgh & Co. vs. Charl es C o o per.  In this case, wliich was a suit to recover valpe  of me a t d el i vered, the p l ain tiffs* cm p 1 o ye, M i;  Evans, appeared to prosecute, whereupon a  uousiiifc w;as entered, on the ground that the  plaintiff himself or his solicitor should have  been present.  $1.17 for  plaintiffs.  board furnished.  Judgment  for  Acc6km>"G to 'a tabular statement in the,  San Francisco Bulletin the United States buy  of the Chinese to the extent ot $7,000,000 per  annum, while they sell to the Chinese only  $700,000. A disposition to break off the  treaties with China so as to prevent the immi-  g r a ti p n of Co o lies is s tr o ugly m an if es ted in  political circles.  Bio Guns���������Tlie Sultan recently presented  h e r iM a j esly w i th o n e o f t h e h is to r i cal ly-ia in ed  big gfuliS which guard the straits of the Dardanelles. These guns are the largest of any  in the world, and were cast in '.1*164' They  are capable of throwing stone cannon balls  of eleven and twelve hundred pounds. The  <r it u ]) resen to d to he r M aj es ty w e ighs eightee n  tons.and is seventeen feet in length.  SANtTAitY CttDiZK.���������A no vol experiment.is  projiosed for the benefit of English invalids  requiring change of scene and climate.  Capt. Grey, of the Royal Naval Reserve, proposes to cruise in a first-class clipper in the  winter months, and invalids desirous of  avoiding the rigors of the English climate  will be accommodated at a moderate expense.  y LIGHTNING- CREl^K.  Eprrbit Skntinel i-^Ijigh'tning creek is one  which is;,well known to tlie.majoritv of your  readers, aud kuown.to many of liiem to tbeir  sorrow,'..but the origin of its name may not  be- so ,;wo]l k no wn. I have been informed  that its name originated something in the following manner: Some of the pioneers of  Cari b oo :^ ere m aki ng th eir' way up i ts val ley  when they were overtaken by a heavy thunders to rm, and one o 1 ��������� them. made use of the  most emphatic wordheknevv of to express  what he thought of the fierceness'of. the.storm,  and cxcUimed aloud, "this is lightning!"  Avhiph ;is i term well understood by Caribooites. So'Lightnirtgcreek.it"was called,' and  Li ghlni n g, in tru th, it pro ved to b e.  ������ Many and futile were tho attempts mad'e to  bottom .i ts deep. channel. Numbere:entered  intp the adventure with a. good heart,, and  in ost confident. of' successful results, but  ton ped ";'��������� n o thing .' b il fc $ is&ppolti linen L: The  ruins which at present strew the bed of the  creek here, there and everywhere, convey;to  th e ni i nd so me i d ea of th o ���������v as t am o i tn t of  1 ab or, w hi ch (h as been use! essl y ex pe n de d In  the d ay s. go ne by iri th e vai n search fo t the  treasu re s; sn p posed to be hidden, beneath its  treacherous surfaccy ,r  , Thus,: Lightning cretik, which, promised tp:  be ohe of. the;iiiost prosperons miriing ;camp9  in the coloiiyj arid ��������� which,, it was; belie ved,;  would, supersede Wil liairiy creek��������� iri richness;  became; what may .beycalled.!a household  curse. X Deep:-. and earnest were the curses,  which 'were, uttered-when its name was men-  tip riecl. Every ��������� individual in Ihe country H.if-'  feredyfrpmythpXgeneral;{ailure;^p;bottom it,  and its valley was, ere long,, wholly deserted  by the gold minery -  . The. dep ressiori whlcb,;affected [ the, colony'  in'-H arid'$5. tnayybej attributed mainly to  the failure to prospect Lightning?s channeU  It not'binly brpught itsel i into bad; repute;, bitt  also, thi e w bole. c o tin try ��������� w hicli.was coridem ned  as beirig riotbing but a.lake,! a slum: hdie, and  a ."Bills"~ a y ���������.' * ���������? ��������� >-t -;-.--.- - ; - yy  Z. The supppsed 4mpracticability to sirik ��������� in  the ��������� deep ground eausett; some men; who were  credited a3 beingv men - ppssessed���������;^f good  juclgmerit arid sound .common sense,;to:pronounce it wprthless,-and/to; declare.that its  channel contained' ho ge^Id'in paying quantities. ' Hundreds left the country-never to. re-  tur ny (Li gh tni ng : w as al most total ly depop'u^  lated;y^Fory two :pr; three, years it remained  without any further attempt being made to  prospect it.     , ���������     -.-���������.*.  '.:'...' Thei ��������� ^humerou s ^ fail u rea X had y matl&rn 16 ������i^  cautious^:and prospecting'partiesoti;their^excursions .through .the co u n try ..always; gaiy e it  a wide; berth. A;few remained in; the ne.igh-  boihood; who had nofc..lost\aU hope of success.  Pak experience; had taught them valuable  1 esspns, and they 9tuick 1 y meditated on their  p I atis o f; f titiir e operations to gai n th eir job je c t.  The.Lightning company, was the first-in the  fi el d to in ake a sedo n d attein p t to, piaster the  difficulties. Their plan was to rtin a bedropk  dtain���������an expensive operation,, still considered to be a safe and sure pne-^-but; alas I for  the frail ty of,. hiiriiah j udgment and ability,  they were also doomed to be baffled, beaten  and humbled by their implacable; enemies,  siUuirand water.; .     ;;      ;-:  . The Perkins company soon afterwards entered the lists, vowing-they would conquer or  die in the attempt. Their, method'was to  sink a shaft in the.solid rock to the supposed  depth of the channel, iheii to drift ioto it, and  thus evade the slum and water. This plan  had been, successfully carried out in ground  of a similar iiature in Australia, buti from the  wa n t of: uni ty in ; t h e comp any its practica-  bility to Lightning.creek was not: tested. '  John Davis, a Dutchman, and, Jacob Jen-.  kins, a Welshman:, came next to fight the foe  who had conquered his thousands. These  men, backed by'nothing but,their own energy  II is I abor lias ��������� at lust, been rewarded j ��������� his  p r ospoc ts fo r the fu ture a re b right. .'  This is undoubtedly: one-of the most ith-'.  portant discoveries of the season, -it settles  a quest io n which has - kep t the" conn try at  large in suspense concerning it for' yfears.' 11:-  prpves that pur.mines are -but; iri their iri-  fancy, and that tlie character they; bore for.  richness and extent of old- is still applicable  to ''thorn.-"���������'���������.'���������',*���������'��������� ;'������������������: ;��������� -'-; -.-   .XAyy/A: y   A' :yA/. v;:   :"  - 0 ne ob j e ct I h a ve in v ie w in; writing At\m;  is to coinmomprate the deeds of our pioneers  and (6 hand down their nairies.to posterity^-;  men lo whorn we o\\- o so  mucb; arid credit*  with so 1 i ttle..;, This is a duty which has been,  neglected ; and Uie.uara.es Of .those to whom  we are indebted for the disco very of the Hei*"  deposits |ri these mountains are surrounded  with uncertainty and b urie din ob li vion.      ',  '������������������'-. '*     Tai* o Einos-' *  ;.;;Sept.-Ifi869.���������'.;- ���������;���������", X !XAX':-'':':;;" xi'"J*x^  m  IW  i ;-Si  ������������������������������������������>  BAnkRitvirj.B.^Ever. since: the opening, of  spring this year the,erection of buildings arid  the iinprovemerit.of thr/se: already erected  have been ii n i ri terVu p ted ly carried oh:in Bar:  kervi 11 e, At the p resen t time b ui Idi rigs are  going, up and im p ro ve m en ts goi iig o ti vigo r-  ously.. Neither dull .times no r scarci (y;.. of"  lripneyseern to interfere wi Hi the calcufai lous  of those iwho'; wish^ to build.;; It;is evident  -that'Cariboo has considerable Ayl tali ty in 'it'  yet, no tw itb standi ugct.h e, in any ch e cks.: i t :3bua  received.; during the. pa.st two; years in. the  shape of fire arid tl rough tv1;-* The ftictjis' we  ;hav^-aU^the-/conditions; :wiiich;makerUp a  tp wa i ri Barker v 111 e. I fes. si te 13 as .good as  cari; bie obtained any wliere in-,' Caribjpb.;yl,t, is  sitrrounded on all sid^s by sheltering mou n-  tiiins,'/ and the fury 6 f. the < stotmp assfe3'%\ gh tly  over it. On all sides the ground is cleared  tp a i, considerab 1 e distan ce, .and there. IsA no  danger from a forpst,fire.y In corise^ten^ of  this open space the atmosphere is mild ��������� for  theyaltitude/ andvwith: ordinaryHcare.good  health is m iin tained. Some sickaess has prevailed _d tiring the pasfc^two; inonthsj probab 1 y  pwing to thetextremely dry;weather}��������������������������� which-  ������������������������������������y'yMA il'  Mason & Daly vs. Jas. Bl I ison~To recover yaud .indomitable pluck, succeeded in .accom  plishing what large outlays of capital and  labor had failed to accomplish ';'��������� in fact, they  bottomed the deep ground of Lightning  creek,, but up to this their labor has been in  vafri.������ .''��������� .*'.''���������' ';���������'���������'  The honor of proving, what some still believed���������viz., that the bed of Lightning creek  contained a rich deposit���������was reserved to a  Scotchman named Adam. Ross.   Ross', experience is a hard-earned one. . Ilia reverses  may be called legion, but they only made  him the more determined to gain his object.  He was one of the victims of the maid that  "Sawney JJ vainly wooed���������the Ayrshire Lass.  Nothing daunted, he commenced operations  againVm Toe-Jam Flat, and was drowned out:  still he persevered and ran a tunnel into the  hill,.at the foot of Amador c^eek, and was  drowned out again.   Adam'sEnthusiasm for  Lightning partook something of the nature of  monomanianism, and each failure was only  an incentive to him to try again.   His last  attempt, which has been crowned with deserving success, was commenced at the time  of the discovery on Dunbar flat.  Ridiculed  by many, laughed at by others, pitied by  some, but encouraged by a few friends, Ross  took to the creek while everyone else located  on the hilbide.  inight. eventuate, in any towri;, under the sam0  atinbspheric conditions,; j)ut/no sickness;,of. a  'fatal" character ever visits Barkerville. Epi-  deniics do not penctrale to the valleys of  : srio w-cp vere d" mo iin t.fl!%s>; Barkerville s fci$ds  ���������imthe^centrje of; tbe ���������' go Id-bearing ;^regiori ?of  Ciiribo 0, ml d its co mm a rid in g position is no fc  likely to'be disturbed Zby anjf future rival  town.; ;&^^  tlmn jiri i ritn^f the faulting institutioiis^the.As-  ���������eay^ota^&tfesjpsiiieral Pqsl^office, thpTheatre,  the Literary ^Institute, ;the 'Fire ^Departriient,  the;. Queen's ^Birthday / Ddmi rilbri'?Day^ {Iride-  pmd^ce;^I)^!arid ?aliy;he!element^of,a;perr  iiiarienfc cb tri munity, are; centered ;iri Barkerville. ���������;��������� These are a feW ot the,causes,;why the  constant sound: of the��������� hariimer arid the saw  have b ee n h eard i n;;. th is' ��������� b hiig 1 i ttle to iv n  during the year.;.! As to the future, there need  be no fear,. and indeed ���������: there seeriis; upi:e.  Men w h p have lived, in 0 th er g pi d fnii ai ii g  countries and who have seen towns rise an<i  decay, look to Barkerville-as the fixed centre  of a great gold mining .country, which has  hardly yet begun Jo be developed. Quartz ���������  will do inore for Cariboo and the colony than  anything yet discovered, and the advantages  to be derived from this hitherto untouched  base 0 f resp urces w ill, al 1 assist iri tri ain tctlfi-  ing Barkerville as the. second town of import*  ance in the colony, and ^hen overland cchi-  municatioa. shall-have become'.established it  will take precedence of all others.    ;.  ..Mining Items.���������Tbe^ subsidence of; th&  fresh et has enabled the comp an ies b elo w  Conklin gulch to resume work. The Barker  and' Foster-Campbell cos. washed up ��������� lightly  for the half-week, the former only having 27 ������  and the latter I4������ 02. The (new) Span-  near the Morning Slar claim, are w  doing well. Dn Stout gulch, the Coombs co.  witsbed up 64oz., and the TafFvale co. 70 oz.t  for the half week.  The Best Coffee.���������In order to obtain a  first-class coflfee, it is necessary to secure the ���������  very bestT>erries; and to roast them accord-  ing to the most approved method. This is  done by Wn.so>y& Rick man, Fort Street  Victoria, w7ho arc prepared to furnish, for  cash, Coffee that never falls to elicit the ap  probation of those who use it. *  , At the firemen's meeting last night, Mr.  Geo. Byrnes was elected Treasurer of the  Fire Brigade, in place of W. Fraser, who is  about to leave Cariboo.  At a special meeting of the Cariboo Amateurs on Thursday night, a complimentary  address was presented to Mr. W. Fraser, on  the occasion of his resignation as secretary,  and bis approaching departure from Cariboo.  Mr. R. A. Brown was elected secretary.  The Roaps���������Between Van Winkle and  Eagle creek the late heavy rains have caused  several slides on the road, and the cribbing  in a few places has also been slidden off.  AiutiVED.���������Thos. Hutchinson's and Henry  Bowman's trains, wilh goods from Yale, aril ved at Barkerville on Wednesday, aad  Caux Bros/ train oil Thursday!  03.,  ish co.,  A  ��������� -  :y. gyEfrwayw-^ B'fLMPf^mnfeffl
WMmwmupym*-'- aua^.J^BeaSDBasmSSSMSSSB^
���"... Thkt bnve improved upon Jthe
meal,,<j?n   M6ritoar;v:4^aIodn'Jiii __
erivea ''cube meals''1 at. a low rate,',
A WELi,ERTS3fi-^"Tt is.;���ajjipolc ;rulel that
xrdh-t work botli wa^s,?v explain, ed, jfypy bby,
as ho shied tba:i"��io-it iho 6obo6itosfer?s
head. -';'. vcv -. ��������� **'.. ��� V ;\;;'''���;-'������ y ��� y ������"f.;,' y
A bluff.old farmer says.: "K:a. man professes to serve the Lord; I like to see him do
it when be measures1 onions, as well .as when
ho hollers ballildyei\"',:������.;-?.-;".''     X-AJXAy'.y;y;:
- AqgrArATixOi~-The pranks~ of types are
b o th * dm tisin g t an d a ggravati n g. ' Vie ' on ce
lcnewaa absent-niinded compositor, who con-
���������' vei'tod   tilO. SCntenco JiPZbara/is,no halm for
blasted hopes,"into '-There; is no barn for,
blarsted hop&V     y      '���'.,._������ -V..   \y|
AFilonibA'Rit Van Wixbxe.���-^sfiington
Irviqg?s famous character of Rip'"Van Winkle
has turned up in Florida* '������ A nian made' bis
appearance ; m St.' 5lary's ��� Lately, from the
<Iepths of tho ; Everg!adesj bringing -ti^^
negro es fo r sale. Ho was as to n ish ed a rid d is-.
gust ed to learn that there had been a waiy
and that bis negroes were free.
His Cfioicfi.��� The boy who, when asked .to
what trade he would wish ��o be brought up,
replied,"'I will be a, trustee, because ever
.       ... ���  *��-      '' ������'.'���
since papa has been a trustee /we have had
pudding at dinner," was a wise child, in his
'generation.' Tbo greatest.successes'now-a-.
days are. those-connected; with the dealing
��� with other peopled money.
The Chicago .papers'-. are' full of fun over
the latest divorce-case,, e.g.: To Amanda.
���Amanda Graig, that gushing girl, may now
dismiss, ber���/scholars, since she has won from
poor old 5prague.a hundred thousand, dol-
���t ltjgjfc. To Eiisba.���Elysha Spraguc; yew bad
old:eg1Whpo kan't spei wurth a dern, yew
���tcrncii; yer back to Mandy Craig, and now
:. yet biurinyV hern.   ..f     .'." ���'"
M>por;.-^Recently a person entered the Importers';^
'_.broad daylight, put on a duster, stuck .a pen
behind his ear, and-then walked deliberately
past clerks, tellers and cashier, and pushing
'the  President  aside, who stood talking.to
.some of the Directors, entered the vault, and
: helped  himself  to   thcv largest package of
money he could find, walked out unmolested,
no one suspecting that anything was wrong
till he was off and out of sight
The [ WKLsn  in* South   America, ��� The
Colonial Chronicle' says :������" The Chupuf re-
',., gip n iri;its lower ;part consistsbf'-'.a' successiqh
"of ^valleys; six to f ten miles wide.- y About 25^0
y mil^;^^...tl^,^a^%e country begiteto be:
rnpuntainousJ   The river, in tbo first; portion
A-.of|t��>;coursefrom:the Andes; is'^aid; toypass
through several, lakesy; The district now bc-
cnpied by>the; Welshes chiefly  level ^arid
:;iivear'theCoast.   The climate -has been offi
���':��� ���fy'teppv&atpthe British:-Gpverrimerit as
^Saoin^ thait; that of Buenos:Ayres/
..- This/year thelan^ put under wheat has been
;   trefel<&;   pther cereals and green crops have
; sirailariy- rprospered; Cattle" Xand ^-horses
;'.., thrive j t|ie. colonists already export butter,
i &c, to Buenos Ayres." .Tlie chief trade, how-
���  ".     X X.X.A ���,.������',OF,.��� ;������ XyyA     .:.;
BRITISH rcbiUmil
A (incorporatod-by Koyal Chai;ter, 1SG2J.'
yT.x- xyyy - .y. -,$2,500,000.
Witb power to increase. .; ^
Drafts issued on the Bankfs branches
"'A- ���-    In the United States :;. A iX
OREGON,yy -      -       PORTLAND.
NEW ' YORK;    *-   Messrs. Biai/& Gundby,
Agon is for,, th o Ba n k of Mo n iron.).
ON CANADA-^TIio Bank; of Montreal.
ON SCOTLANDrr-The British ,liinen Com-
, pany7s Bank. -J
ON IRELAND���The Bank oflrelanrl. ;
A   libridon Barik; of   Mexico-and   South
��� ��� America; ,  ..    - y    [^ ;    /���/'    ������'���,, r::
OK l^SfGLAND-^Tl^Bflmk ofi^iti
.  . bia^Head Office ���East India Avenue,
, * Leaderihali street.
Beceived on Deposit, or Advances made oa tbera.
Granted on Victoria, San  Francisco,  Portland, and
New York,   y .' ''���
Evcry description of IJanking Business transacted.
W. ���'      CHARLES S. .10XES, Agent.
.William Creek, Cariboo.
Miners' Provision  Store.
Next Boon to Sentinel Office.
4 T tills Establishment will always be found a well
JA selected and varied assortment of the
ALSO���*A good selection of Clothing, Hardware, Glass
and Crockery.   Best brands of Tobacco,
Medicines, etc., etc.
Best Jay % Coffee Boasted and Ground   DAILY.
The BAR is fully supplied witb the choicest
��� Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.
T trust by strict attention to business, and fair and
square dealing, to merit a continuance ot tho liberal
patronage heretofore extended to me.
A large lot of HEYVVOOD'S celebrated   BACON J
for sale, at a very low figure.
Feb. 20,1SG9. 8m
Sheet and Cast Iron Stoves
J:\.   Iron, Zinc and Lead Piping, attended to with
promptness, and warranted
faction. y   :
to give, entire
Hardware, Iron & "Steel,
>:S,    Etc,,    ETsp..
FOR SALE. - :  '��� ���
E; FEARSON & BROS.,    '
' Barkerville.
(One niilc'and a-half nbovo Van WinklOj)  j;���'..���..'
UiideX.tl^e.ilaiiagement pf. MR�� ALLAN;
. [This hotel is now open for the accommodation of
tmvellers,;;''���';������'���;'���'��� ���""���������' -,;..' '"���'.,. A-'  '''..������.;-��� '���.
'First.class meals willXboy. furnished, and the best
brands of: Wines, Liquors and Cigars; will a 1 ways be
found at the Bar.  ; . /. ,.-      y   ,>;.::...���/ :  jy24 lm-'
Miners ��� Boarding Hcmse.
tha t li e hiis p a rcha sed t lie .HuuSft. an d: bu sin ess of
the abpvc" establishment, an d sollci ts a con tiu nanci.,l!
of custom.   The price of Board will rcniaih as b efore, ���
BOARD; $12 per; Week.  SrxoLB Meals, $1,
���;;'.y'-.-.;y "V, ���; samuelwtaIiKEr: ^
Barkorvllfe. July 27, I860. ������_ ju3$ tt
n e w e n q Land;    ' ;
Bakery and Co^e Salboiij
THE PROPRIETOH of the ahoW est alii ishni en t would
X, 'respectfull3TInform his friends and the'1 public In
general that he is now prepared to furnish them with
Bread of h is . pw n; ba king, -h a vlng sccu rod th c ass is t��
ancol'of.a com potent 'Baker, .which ^enables'.him ;.
defy co inpeti tion; ���""'���        .-.:������-':-. ������
He has also a COFFEE SALOON attached to the
above, where none bnt tho best Coflec, Pics and Cakes
will be served. ���
N.B.���BREAD DELIVERED to ail parts'of the
Creek.   . .. .' ._...._ : ...      ��    my22 3m -
T>AILEV'S Hotel,
�� ����??i ^^^*,H^m^lt^^t, -Vic,ori
X yiAX^^MmSosA^
WhJirfgtrQet,y -:' ":��� A/rm ,..; !y yy\   / ~   A "
  *        Victoria.
Tailor, (Successor, to E. R^kd,) G-overmn^
y Street, Victoria! ���    Yermne��t
Orders attended ip with caro and d^r^rn '
THE Proprietors of this well tenown House tender
their sincero thanks to their friends'and thclra-
veiling public generally, for their past liberal patronage, and beg to inform them that in-order to Insure a
continuance of the same, Board and Lottging'has been
reduced to $3 50 per Day..   Siugle Meals, $1 00.
All the luxuries that tho country alVords are constantly kept ou the table. Privato Parlors and Suits
of Rooms Lor Families.. '.Tlio Bar is stocked with the
best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.'    '.
Thc Stable is well supplied with the best Timoiliv,
Oats, Hay and Grain; BROWN &J3ILLI3.'
Quesnelmouth, May       ISCO.
Antelope  flestaiirant,
Board, $12 per Week.     Single  Mealsy$3y
The best of material is used, and all who wish first-
clnss Board at tho above rate can obtain the same a I
this establishment.. ���       mOllm
FINE    BED    ROOMS    TO    LET.
^^�� Dinners for parties cooked to order. ���'
W41 ���T ^^'X^^jkr	
Pacific ^^
OTORE Stroci,botwcen Herald hud Fism.rd ViJ
p :ria. -Meals at all hours, Boar.l nnTtXi^l
week, $5 50 @ $G 60 . for day, $1; s m fH?
37 1-2 cents. ��� Beds, 50 c6ntn>- ���      -,.   A3 ��� meT'
May 1,1800. y
e: WATSoisr,
��f^} ' V graver, Government street, Mx\ t0 iU
tiM St. Nicholas. Hotel, Victoria, V.l! CUr^n
ntersand-Watches cleaned, repaired, aud warmtuoT
Rvcry description of Jewellery made to order Ei
and Ornamental Kngraving ucatlv cxcouteil ���'
May 1,1869. ;.* '      ^
a. a
.   Corner'Government and Pan.bra Streets.
East side, Victoria, V. I..
Executes orders for every description of vehicle.  A
general assortment of Wngrtns always on ban J,
May 1, 1869. Cheap for Cash.     " 'oin
'<,       ~-Wholesale Dealer Id���.
3-roceries,   Provisions,
H'Lya.ua Cigars, and French Preserves.
Yates Street,    " -      -      -      Victoria, V. I.. B.C.
AS on baud, and Ir constantly rrc^fvinp
assortment of CLOTHS, CASSlMKRKS.in
my�� 6m
i., friends and the public, that be has lilted up sotk-
In his new building, where he is prepared to glvr
good Beds at a reasonable price. Those who will
favorhim with their patronage, may depend oh the
cleanness and comfort of bis house;
He takes also this opportunity to remind the Caribooites. that his Brewery has received the FiRST
PRIZE'of the. Colony for his celebrated
Z;yZ/;yy      XXX   ALE,
And thc true amateurs will be able to judge,by tbem
selves that such honorablo prize has  beenv justly
awarded to him.
N. B.���A large front room to let.
Barkerville, Jan. 23,1869. N. CUNIOJ
WcKNT'EB wishes to inform his friends and tbe-
ever, at; present���and a yxery profitable; onelrA-nX?1*!,1'10 iha\*��te prep.-ireti to do horseshoe-
j i^vyt $31)et>sef, and all other kinds of BJacksmith
-  work at reasonub 1 e rates. ��*a*ni iu
-is with the Indians, who come to ihe settle
inept  to  .barjeu   ostrich  leatliers, guanaco
skins, &c,-for bread, vice, oatmeal, tobacco,
saddles, bridles, blankets, &c.  As soon as
tho Welsh in Patagonia amount to 20,000, tlie
Argentine Confederation havo offered to admit them as,a sovereign State.   Free grants
of land are otleredhy tho CoIonizaUotx��Cora-.
pany to Welsh emigrants, 100 acres- to every
family of three.   A square league   is   also
granted io every Welshman who shall 'colonise, cultivate orstcck it', within four 'years.
At the end of this summer, 300 Welsh
iUOIIFIELP, July 23, 18G9.
jy24 tf
PRIOB,       ...        .       0NE D0LLAE>
^^''ttf0* 0inyanct ****** ��7
m^rjmm^rm adverSsmSnto
Dispone i ng Ch em is t an d Dr ��
T.f    , annouiiced that 500
Vveisa people have arranged to start at the
snme time, for the same destination, from the
knued States'1
6 m
HflBOMAS WALSH, TixUoA \V\v- W./^rz, T,
I    Ciothrn-madoto^dir^^^!^^,,' B'��
ways on bant, English ami dizgo^Clm^'    A*'
SS up"oounlr/ %UmM t0 ^u
care  and
Hestanraiit and  Bakery.
rPHK Proprietors of this old and well-known cstab
-JL- lisiuncnt would respectfully.thank their numer
ous fri ends an d the pu b 11c for thc extensive patronng< ���
heretofore bestowed on them, and trust that by .their
usual strict attention to business they will merit a
continuance of their confidence and support.
Meals,  $1.    Board,  $16   per "Week.
We recommend to the public our
which is a much superior article than any wliich cm
be had from below. We Roast and Grind it ourselves
and choose the best berries, consequently the public
may be sure or its being free from adultvrafhm.
Barkerville, May 18,1869; . mylSi
JT^THO^^ON^      ^~
ix   Af<eut, Barkerville.
Sfininr,' Companies' Books kept and a'ijustecL
11*71 186S>'. ���
n l:ircc
. ^ ._..... _..    ���.__ ..   ,  .... .1 VK<T-
LVOS, which he is prepared to inako to order, ifi.ik
most approved styles.
All orders from Cariboop*ompily attended to.
May 1,1808. &'��
Tea and Coffee Salesmen,
y   - & V
Fort street, Victoria, V.T.,
Spare no effort In selecting and keeping an ns^rt-
incut of the choicest articles that can bo obtained.
to I argo cous u in e rd th ey o ff e r e v c ry fac i lit y a s r r-ga nis
prices* nd quality. " .' A /{ ./��� ;. n)yl bm
WXB.O L E S A'i E;*/ A N-,p';.REpIL
" f! H/TU
A��� ialPORTERS OF ���.
English  and French Silks, Shawls, Dresses
Unflerclothing, Gloves,, and;every
description Of Prapery Goods.   ��� ;
Receive regular supplies by-Express, via Pagam*
ind b"v sai li n �� vessels, y ia Ca.pe. Horn. ;   .^^
4^- Par11 c u b r a t ten tio n gi ven to a U ord ers. ^*
London Firm���J. P .Tu>*st,\i,l & Co.
GovBR.varE^T Stubbt, victobjV^ V* r-��
All business carerully and punctual ir atiendeil to
May 1, 1808.
Coffee! CoffeeJ! Goffee!!-!
BARLOW desires to inform  the people of tj��
interior and upper country* tliat iwuij*
to I) e s u pe r i or to any o th c v. *- '.        ��, r,i en,'
G roco ri os- D ry G oo. Is, Tin wa re, CI.o tin n g ; ^ *��
Field and other Seeds, English.and Colonial.
Yale, Slay 1,1809.        '       ���        . _���-���
Front Street, Yale, British Columbia.
THIS house has excellent accommodation for Tm
I vfJlera. Good bods, superior fare, and yc "/'
of U q uors at th c Bar. Stab 1 j ng for .ani ffl a 1�� \ ��' �����
at��H Oats at the lowost rates.        .-# . . ^.,
5����y i, 1809,   u.    KILLIV & LA>TK, rroprietor^


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