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 ';3**'Mif' U*i'!i  Tt Kiv������ KiiS-  '.S"!_l  Barkerville, William Creek, B.C., Saturday, Sept. 24, 1870.  ���������No. 21  IfHECAEIBOO SENTINEL  Published every Saturday *by  R'O BERT    H 0 L LOW AT;;  Subscription, *  - 60 Cents per Week,  RATES OF ADVERTISING.  |; For ono square (one inch), first insertion, . ���������  13  ���������������'"; ".'���������/ .     one month, ��������� ���������   .'..; 6  fyfor two squares, first insertion,    *-'-  ���������  ���������    6  one month; .  ��������� - *.'-' .''.    $  Agents/for the ** Cariboo Sentinel."  'Van "Winkle,-  iQacsnelmouth;  S-6oda Creek,     ��������� .   -     ������������������������������������������ -.    .  ICiiaton,-   .-���������������������������>���������'-    '���������-  IVale,     ���������      .      Mr. Evans,  fttowWestminster *    ������������������'  ^Victoria,   .    *.     ....  Ih.?. Fisher; .'���������'.    *      ���������-.'.-'  "Hudaon&Slenet������-   ���������  MrG. W. Lindhart ,  -;" c Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  do ;   do  Clarksonfe Co  .Tohn CoUcns  -    ; San Francisco  ���������  ���������  -  New York.  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  ^Cards, Circulars,.Posters and Programmes for  Ball3 and Theatrical' Entertainments  ja^Executed with neatness anddispatch^ss^  Terms moderate.  -;* ' '   . . "       '��������� ' ���������        .;   . i.;  TO ADVERTISERS,  ;i All advertisements . (not inserted, for any definite  speriod) will be continued until ordered out, and  charged for accordingly.  .   TO CORRESPONDENTS.  All communications must bo accompanied by the  "to-il name and adrtrees of tbo writer; not necessarily  w>tb a view ot publishing the same, but as security  lor Its g<:od faith.  THE CARIBOO-SENTINEL  Is pubiuiiod. in Barkcrville every Saturday. - All  artvertiserufmts Intended for insenicn^ must b������ delivered at latest at Sis o'clock, P. M.y the tiny before  puu lira tion.     ' yy; ".--.' '.!������������������' ./'  .MINING RECORDS.  -: ."A v. -^fkexch* crkee;A :  Peace River co.���������Sepi ; l3^Fermission to  straighten their base line.  ���������'.". PISE CHEEK.  Discovery co.���������:Sept. 12^Perralssi6n;to remove 6takes.40(> feet from 'Cameron & coJs  line, running east to the full., extent, 2Q0 feet  having been granted to the interest  iDiscovery ��������� coi^Sept. 12^-TetreaeeMeGee  and F. .H.r.Carstens, two MU claims partly  joining, the Discovery co., 200 feet? im length.  To form.part of said co.   *  NORTH FORK QnESSELLk  Lucli Wa co.���������Sept. 13-r-lOO- inches water,  to he taken from Kangaroo creek, the ditch  head to commence at a point about 100 feet  above the N. F. Quesnelle.  ;  Sept. *13r-Chock Chim, one bench claim on  left side, below Barry's bridge, adjoining  lower stakes of Ah How's claims.  Sept. 13���������Ah Tip, one beach claim on left  eide below Barry's bridge, and adjoining.upper line of Ah Tom?s claim.  Sept. 13���������Se Sing & co., four claims on leit  bank, about i .mile below Barry's bridge.  Sept. 13���������Sing Choon, one claim on left  side, adjoining the upper line of Si Sing, below Barry's bridge,  SOUTH FORK QUESNELt,B.-  Sept. 13���������Ah You and Ah Sam' each 100  feet on right bank, about 300 yards below the  mouth o<* Rose's gulch.  Sept. 13���������Ming Sing & co., five bill claims  on right 'side, adjoining Sing's co., about two  miles below Ah Fat .& .co.'s claims*  Sept. 13���������AhtXeen & co.,> tbre6 Claims on  right bank, about 300 yards from Lung Tack's  cabin.  WILLIAM CREEK.  Ophirco.���������-Sept. 10���������A ditch commencing  about the Prince of Wales claim and running  to the Ophir> co., with 50 inches water from  William creek and 50 inches from tho gulches  and side hills on line of ditch. Also, a ditch  known as the old Artesian ditch, running  from near the Bailarat co. to the Ophirco,  Re-record.  New Aurora co.���������Wra. Hitchcock and N-  F. Foster, two creek claims on east side of  creek, adjoining the base line of the New Aurora co.   To form part of said co.  Wilson co.���������Sept. U��������� Ah Fat, ono ;biii  claim on left side of creek, commencing at  the upper left stake of the Wilson co. and  running down stream 100 feet. To form part  of Wilson co.  .  LIGHTNING CREEK.  Jaynes co.~-Sept. 12���������Geo* Jaynes, 100  inches of water, taken from Van winkle creek  for the Jaynes co.. Re-record.  Victoria co.���������Sept. 12���������John Blyth, one-  half interest.   Ro-record.  Vancouver co.���������Sept. 13���������J. A. William?,  one interest   Re-record.  Sept. 13���������JrVnng Toy & co., three bench  claims on right bank, about half mile above  Spanish creek oh opposite side, lower lines  commencing at a small unoccupied cabin*  Sept. 13���������Ah Tom, one bench claim on left  side, below Barry's bridge. Lower stakes adjoining Ah How's upper lines.  Sept. 13���������Ah Qui, one bench claim on left,  side, about IA milks below Mitchell's bridge  adjoining lower lines of Chong's claims.  ��������� Sept, 13���������Ah How, one bench claim on tbe  left bank of North Fork Quesnelle, about 300  yards below Barry's bridge and adjoining  lower lines of Ah Tom's claims.        ,~  KEITnLEY CREEK.  Sept. 13���������Wung Toy co., 100 inches water,  to be taken out of the five and six mile creeks'  Sept. 13-^Ah Cfaoo & co.,"four, creek claims  on left side, about | mile above, the crossing*  Re-record.. rt       ���������*���������?��������� "\Aa "���������'  ' Sept.* 13���������Ah Hing, one creek claim below  Ah Choo co., and about 100 feet below the  mouth of a small creek on left side.      ;  MOOREHEAO CREEK.    /       .     ���������  Sept. 13���������Ah.toung & Co., two creek claims  commencing; above 'the canyon and tunning  down stream 200���������feet.  Sept. 13���������Ah Chong, one'claim on left side  of creek, about ������ mile above junction with  "Littte.Lske creek.  LITTLE! LAKE CREEK.  Sept, 13���������Ah Foo co., 50 inches water,  commencing one mile, from Quesnollo river.  . Sept. 13���������Ah Yellow, one bench claim on  left side of creek, adjoining the Ah Foo co.  To formipart of said co.  QCESKELLE RIVER.  Sept. 13���������Ah Chock & co., three claims on  left bank,, about 1 milo below Little Lake  creek, .  : HARVEY CREEK.    ���������  - Minnehaha1 co.���������Sept. 13���������Donald Rankin,  75 feet abandoned ground.  O.UESSELLE RIVER.  Sept.. 13���������Ah Sing & co., eight interests in  Kwong Lee co. on 20-MUc creek.  MISCELLANEOUS.  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  CAR I BOO    RM Y M ������ 8  lB7 JAMES AKD2RS0N.  PRICE,       ���������      -      -        ONE DOLLAR  For sate at the Sentsnel Office  and forwarded by  post, freeofchargoj my29  CHEAP   GOODS'  Boots, Slioes Clothing and  G-roceries,  OF THB:BEST  QUALITY,  ForsalcattbcStoro of tho uaderslgnodlnEarker-  ville, opposite, tho Bank of Britiab Columbia.  W.RENKIE,  MISCELLANEOUS^  E. WATSON,! '  ^ irTATGHMAKER,    JEWELLEK    AND   EK  m     graverr Government street,"next to th������  St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, V..I. - Chronometers aiid Watchoscleaned,repaired,and warranted*  Every description of Jewellery made to order.    PIai������  and Ornamental Engravi&g neatlyexccuted.   ���������   .. .  Orders from tho Upper county promptly attended,  to.-  I BOOTS MADE TO 0BMR  6c4$t        ''\>3    us usual.  FLOIR, FLOU11, FLOUR,  SODA'CREEK,    '  QUESNELLE, and  .        BARKERVILLE.  Also,  TWO Oris,-CYLINDER STEAM ENGINES,  WITH BOILERS,  Suitable for small steamers.  Jf; HARPER,   ���������  Clinton, April 12th, 1870. :   apl6'6m :  ���������DEALER IN���������     .  G-r o c e r i e s,  Provision*9t  Liquors, &o.t &o,    '  STORAGE  AND   COMMISSION  tlS- Consignments carefully attended to and orders  faithfully, executed. -     -. ���������..  . BarkerciUe, Juno 24th, 1870. . ��������� Je25 $m -  BeNouvion &JLuvX%������  COMMISSION MERGHANTS AND  GENERAL   DEALERS  ���������   " :    ��������� IN���������'  Groceries,   .  Provisions, and  Lianors,  -ON HAND���������  .   TffB ..CBXB.B8AIB D  Mbuort presides over tlie past: Fell:s  Coffee over tbe present. The first lives in a  rich temple, bung with glorious trophies, and  lined with tombs \ Imt.FiSLL's Coffee has but  one shrine, and that ia every breakfast table.  Its aroma walks- the earth Hko.a* spirit, and  xjan be found for sale at every respectable  dealer's in British Columbia. Beware of  spurious imitations.  ESSRS. MEAOHAM & NASON are prepared <to  furnlsh:Lumber at taeir Mills, -'-William Creek,  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CRBEIC AT THE SAME RATES AS* ON  WILLIAM CREEK.  Having a Planing Machine, tn operation tliey wJ)  also furnisli Dressed Lumber at satisfactory rates.  Planed Lumber and Shingles constantly on band  jolltf  .  figgp.Particular attention paid.to Conslgnmenti of  Country Produce: je4 4na  For Sale,  THOS.^FLETCHER'S  e c oxnd rii a n d St ore.  .BARKERVILLE; Jell  9  GOVERNMENT AND. WHARF STREETS  VICTORIA.  mporters of. all descriptions of Dry Goods,  Hosiery and Underclothing.  A very full assortment of tficso goods, suitable for.  Wholesale buyers, at their Wharf Btrect Store.'  Regular supplies received from'Europe by sailing  vessels and by Express via Panama and Pacific Half-  road.  &g-Partfcular attention given to orders from British Columbia.  Sole Agent for Alexandke Kid Gloves.  London Finn���������J. P. t(INSTALL & Co., 8 Bow Church  Yard..  Restaurant and  THE Proprietor of this old and wcll-knowa establishment would respectfully thank Ms numerous friends and the public for tbe extensive patronag������  heretofore bestowed on him. and trus'S that by ht������  usual strict attention to business* trmeril a coBto.  uanceoftueireoriudenceaacisupport. . . ; -  Meals, $1,   Board, $14  per Week.  BREAD MADE ,01? THE BEST FLOUR  I recommend to tho:public my ���������:.���������������������������  GROUND    C O F F E E,  which is a tnuch superior articlethan any which c*������������  be had from below,j I Roast and Grind itxny^l^  and choose the bestberrieSjConsequently ^he j-ubut  may b������ sure ofitsbeingt'ree from adulteration.   ,  J. G. GOODSON.  YATES STREET, VICTORIA, V.I.  j3q-Orders ��������� for Monuments, Tombstones, &c,  promptly attended to. .Every .description of work  in Marble executod. A List of Prices can be seen at  tho SsatiNai, Office .myHm -  DECEASED.  rrVfiB TJUDERSIGNED, AS EXECUTOB; requests-th������  i Creditors of the above Estate to send in^thetr  accounts forthwith, and the. Deb tors of the said Es*  tate to'pay what may be due by them, otherwise  legal proceedings will be taken against them  B    * (Signod) ,, L. HAIHIER,  Executor.  Lytton, B.C; August %%. 1870. ea 3n&  yj  m  ^^^^m^^z^S!^Sm V   i  j7X>&       '-  .->���������  LATEST TELEGRAMS  Paris, Sept. 1���������La Publtque says there was  bo fighting yesterday. Government, howeyer,  has good news:-%McMahoii',Bi^fcti'>"w:)iiW  uodisturbed. Bazaine has won several engagements. ������������������'"���������;'  London, Sept 1���������There is unverified rumors of McMabon crossing the Meusc at Stella/ and pushing for Mont Meday 5 "be has .600  guns. A collision between him and -Prince  Frederick Charles ;is hourly expected.: ;   '  Belgium, Sept. 1���������The telegraph lines are  fitill in inexti'icable confitsion'; the: dates of  messages from the tseat of; war, particularly  those from Beaumonfc giving; details of the  late battle, require Verification.','.  Arelon, Belgium^ Sepfc i^Seriqiis .fighting  Is reported betweeii1 Armageby and poiier.  The Prussians;^entered Rayingen at 10 q'cIocIe  yesterday. ;    ' a'AXA-A'A-. : :���������        Avy'*-  Lpndon, Sepi. 1~A��������� special despatch to the  Standard, dated Thiohvi.He,Tuesdaymorning,  etatea that the French have just been badly  beaten on the Sedan road. The Prussians entered Cavignen. Furious fighting all day today between Attigney and Pozey. .  Pans, Sepf. I���������La Liberte reports that Mc-  Hahon has nearly, destroyed the left wing Slid  centre of the Prussians ;; that the losses were  e lorinous, only the right wing; being: able to  retreat in comfiaratiyely goodioffteiv; ;"!.;'���������  ��������� Generals Froissard'.arid Bourbaju are reported wounded in;,the-recent engagements  Palikao confirms,tiie'report that detachments  of Prussian cavalry^ were surrounded In; the  forest of Merne and escape deemed impossible, Prince Frederick Charles narrowly es^  caped capture at Rheims.  Brussels, Septgl^it is reported to afi^sh  "battle commenced to-day north . of ��������� Sedan;  where McMahpn oecnpjes a strong position, y;  ������������������ London, Sept. 1^A correspondent with the  First Prussian army writes that the' plan of  starving but Sfetz lias him changed to 9, "bombardment; X*'/". A1 '������������������ Vy-~      ';r'Ay  London, ^$. Jl���������The Prussian report says  "Lieut.-yon. Scbeaoff was- sent yesterday Under  a flag of truce to summon the surrender of  Verdun.  Re was fired on and his trumpeter  killed. ��������� ' X '-:':- '  be more than'*se>eh feet below the intervening  arc of water." "M Let us stand or fall by the  result,^ says this determined dbub ter; th0ugh  it is probable that;; {airingEarning from the  abuse beaped upon/ine-savants who lately attempted to convince1."Parallax," no one vyill  be found very desirous to * enter the lists  against him. Perhaps the best advice tendered him is the following: ". tefe;' Parallax'  take a good telescope nnd a return ticket to  some sea-side place, and;watch the ships travelling to and fro over the horizon. We offer  him space to. detail bis observations, and to  explain them if he cannon any other theory  than tbe received .one.*?,.  11 Rentes."���������Many of our readers may not  have a fair understanding of the word  <vJrentesj" which occurs so constantly just now  in foreign dispatches, and whose rise and iall  seem to constitute the financial barometer of  Paris. They are the funded debi of France;  not, however, io-ibeform of bonds, hut simply  loans from the people. These loans are entered to the. credit'.'of the lenders on the Gov-  ernmerit ledgers, and draw a' specified rate of  interest The holders of the debt are called  " rehters," and the fl 11 ctuatioos in its value  denote popular distrust or- confidence in the  Government        ,s  JUST; RECEIYEp} thb 13rst*insiaJment of a series of  Book s ord erod for th 0 Gar iboo 'JA te ra' ry Insti tute.  Hereafter Books ���������will he received monthly. ."  THBy SUBSCRIPTION ; HAS   BEEN  ���������'.'..:.,-  DUCED TO $3 PER QUARTER.  RE-  ar^  Tli������. SteameJ^������^  ���������i'Y:,CAI>T.WM.IRVNn  *~it days and Saturday,        for *  . -The steamer will not b������ ������."  July IS,'1870;  JOHN BOWRON, Librnrlnn.  :-''������������������. *.;   jq2$:lm  yA:;Catfish Story.--ATennesseepaper re-  ports the finding of an infant's, body in the  sfbniacjfi :c>f,''ja;'e&]!&h'r,^ifib7aii'' nbtel-keeper  had bought for his table. The antecedents of  the infantile Jonah" are unknown"y but the  state of preser^atiori: in which it was1 founcl  ought to teach all ca tfisties that in fan ts are indigestible ;and unwholesome^* Should this  paragraph meet the eye of any Tennessee cat-  fisbi and'draw from that eye one syinpathc tic  tear, the humble purpose of its writer will be  laccpniplisliea, 1aAA'A ':/;.''���������  Brussels, Sept. ItrThe Belgian newspapers  publish the following bulletin of; the 31st :���������  Fighting commenced at 9 this mornin'i?.. The  eapifcurea; 30 guns.  French are said to have  No particulars;. .' .   .  VatenneSjSept li via Belgium���������McMahon's  efforts to rescue Mela are without effect on  account of the loss sustained on Tuesday,  when he lost 20 guns.   The French loss is im-  tne ise compared with the Prussians. ���������   Brussels, Sept.  2���������The slaughter in the  battle this morning was terrible. " The Meuse  is filled with dead bodies and the villages are  inflames.   The'French captured, in Belgium  are disarmed and sent to the campatTJuealas.  Paris, Sept. 2���������The Journal admits Mc-  Mahon's defeat on Tuesdoy last, but claims a  partial success on Wednesday.  < London, Sept 2���������The following dispatch is  official, dated Boulogne, Sept. 7, is just made  public:���������The battle yesterday was very  blood j and resulted  disastrously for the  French, wbo retreated on Messieres* . The  Prussians now occupy Gevenne, to the northeast of Sedan*  Some tea thousand French'  sddiers were forced into Belgian territory,  where tley were required to instanlly surrender their arms.    A  great  number of  wounded have also been admitted to Belgium  for humanity sake.  Brussels, Sept, 2���������Last  . ;CbFFEE--The Coffee prepared by WILLSON  &.. RrCKMAN, Fort street, Victoria, has superseded" alHother Coffee in the lower country.  11 ".-Is; ������������������'. man ufac tu red . from the y ery b est raw  coffeei and its superiority is attested by the  fact that wherever introduced it has become  the favo ri te. beverage.;.   .  y$()yy List/ of Letters^  REMi^L^G IN BARNARD'S EXPRESS,  Barkerville, B C., August 18,1870. ���������  Sedan. *       mgmn te^oryt near  Is thb Eabtu Rouxd ?ZnPhp i^m^.u   1    .  that the earth i<j round \m      ian wbo den,es  experimeBt, foirly coniCt^'    'a practical  ported. ana'lc|_fo2bSffi  'W? re-  . latest cballengt to tbeTorid oft**1' his  common aensl:   ������ To select rir mni   ������? and  Ayn, Isaac G"  Arwing Mr  BagneJl.CM.  Brown .Hugh  Biilely Jobn ,-;  Brown Henry H  Bralcih Michael  Braney F        * ...  Brlggs Samuel.'  Baker William  Sienvenu Joseph  Belo Cpnstablo  Besch������imps Lonard  Clark BR, 2.   .  Christian Henry  Corrigan Owen ;  Chotl?y Robt   *  Carlfn Bodgcr  Carsiers Fred H, 3 .  Crandall Mprk.  Connors Dennis  Corbett SIHcheal  Ching Gi  Davis'QD  Davis-W-fc-  Daris John W  Deitz William '  Dickson Charles ���������������������������  Duickmon Honon  Drake John  Douglass Darid  Dixon John 13  Henry Augustine, 2  Pasanaro- Domcnico  G-arrcdof Antonio  I Gal I cgh cr Jam 0.3  ! Greenslade A B  Granniil Robt  Georgy Dab id  Hucliinrol Joha  Hancock Q M  Horn Ed word  Hart David  Howels Fredk  Hogan H  Hut ton William  Ha ratings G  Howard Samuel  au20  A Hodge "Watson  ;   Johnson Jfathpo  Johnston Thes D  ,   Kir wan Jas   .  -,_Kea'tley WH  Kisten Charles.  Lewis' G  Lawrio S  - Lean S J '"'  Long B A  I^onsteamc Hus?fn.  Ivlagsjin Joseph,-'2  Mayes WC     ,  Jlc'Lantl JIaJcomh  Mclnnis Neil ���������' .,.  Mallory Timothy ���������  Mclner Jno  Nicolas Myssim '  Owens William  Ohara Joseph F  phair Henry  Paulsen Guas  Pond Afr  YParsWm O  Buxton Gt 1  Rich ley Geo  Roberts William  Richards k Da via  Ritchie QO  Robertson \V H  Rlclmrds Adolph  Rappett David  Sluart Jainca  SlllW  Sybpls K H  Stephf'-n Bernard  Sovnecn David 0  Scbimit Joseph  Schmidt Juli  Thomson J  Tynon Tt.os  Varcbcre.tn Louis  Write II l  Wilson Geo  Wchvood  Wil Ian James  Wood Tims  West lake W  JAME^ WICKHAM,  Agent Barnard's Express.  Y ATE S S T BEET, VIC TO RI A, V.I.  4__r-Orders for Jfonoments, Tombstones, &c;t  promptly attended to. Every description of .work  in ilarblc-executed. A List of .Prices can he seen at  the Sextisel Office j ;        -y.    V ���������'inyfrdm  and A^iculturai  ;*.���������:���������' ;��������� :Maa^^  S PR ATT &. IR VING Man u facturo ; all ; ,k I n ds ��������� of  Mach in e ry for Farm ers and Min er^s, '��������� at the Albion 1  Pouhdry, Victoria; V. I., and - for ���������, chea pness ; nn*t  quality, their work cannot ho rh-alled hy any other  machinists. '.-First,premium,Colonial made Wrought  Iron Ploughs, after,. tlie Scotch style, * u niversally ac-  knowletlged lo ho the hest in use, price $65. Ordera  for Quartz 5111 is,; Iron Pain ps",te, Pio u g tis or parts'  ot Ploughs, promptly attended tp; my7 6m  THE undersigned bep-s to  -' to shl h   ������  country  >*<*viint!nim uej������s tfjiftfA-     .  MMh Quesnelmouth t"o KCSfi?"^ 'Wh!?  ' ^^CKBiCKEVi  NOTICE.  THE barge ������.'*-OMTXKCA *' Crm u��������� _        ^ ���������  ��������� parcel, onthelst,day of^^^Wpi  regular tnps.from, the foot offfrfti 1*������W>  of navigation 012 I^ke TaUa^Siw ?#**���������.  passengers;';        ;':  ��������� A'A.   \^-}]^W^  Pabifio M  Store street (between Herald & Fisgardj, ^  ���������������������������:    , VICTORIA, B.O.fL_' ������������������';_;_ ';  Andrew Astrico,    -*!';���������   - ���������;   - '   Proprietor.;  The most commodious and clean Hotel In Victor io*  Tt is conducted on the European principle. Tho table  is supplied with thb very best the marfcot nfords. /.;  Heals at all hours of the. day. Private liining  Roc iris for Fflmilles.   , '��������� A".  Board and Lodging, per >yeelc, $5.50'&V$Q,50.-���������  Per day; fl.   Slnglemealsj*37 1-2 cents.:   Bed's, 50c;  igg- A Fire-proof Safe in the House.  ' The Omineca is 35 tons burden::inA\AtAAAA?x  six watertight com part moX^iWTf^*  ing-25 head^rpack'SS^ai^*'W"  ,y:AU. goo<Js intended id'hi.'shinS'i^.k ���������������-%:������������������-:-  the parties shipping wffl p^Kc^^i  foot of Stuart Lake,>wht4e there Jit h/;-?^  ;J.*IV. M008E.?-  ip23 y  .,^^*3?������n^^tb, Aprn ictbi is:o.4  tige;  HUpCiie  H_9rew  Van Yolken^  Retail Butclier^,  BARKERVILLE,   RI CH FI E L D,  .���������AND-- r yA  fpns  ���������jtjjy):BR8iqKEp; recsto m<m:&  Sims'  A SUPPLY OF THE  COMFORTABLE : BED-ROOMsl  ! 0 h i $ h er; bu i 1 dj ng, ivn e re; li cj s p rfp/rcf to ,tii ���������  good Beds a t a ��������� reasonable price.   7k?e irh������ ������j|? j  favor him wi tb their patronage, in ay -depend on tin  clean pess.aud comfort of his hoosc, ; ;'.;|  '..He takes' Uso this opportunity, lo remind (lio Caji-;;  hoolt're that his Brewery has recelvcii tb'���������$$$\  PRlZE'ortbe Colony for hi ?cclebral<M! ���������';;  -\;        XXX   ALE,  Anil thetrueamateurs wfUbP YttJtf'tohiHpfbrttiiTii  solve * t h*n. s u ch ho u or ab I v prize has bee j ��������� j <\ ly'._'  awarded to him.  AS. B.���������Atar(refrontrooni to et.  . Bu rk or v J j} r Ja n.23 1S 69.',. <��������� N. CVNH' ���������;  1  W  jtsz  ALWAYS ON HAND.  '���������DEALER JN���������  G-roceries,  Provisions,  Liquors, &c, &C;  STORAGE   AND   COMMISSIOK;  r.i^rH0118^"101113 carefully sl'teadod to and orders  falthiully executed.  narlcerville, June2.Uh  )  m  ���������fl-i  Sheet and Cast Iron Stm*es  : TIN PLiTE & SHEET ISi  T.LJOBBING  WORK IN- Tl>", WWER>W  Tron.Xiacand Load Piping, olluuir> to ������������������  promptness, and warranted to give entire Htis*  fact on.  Hardware   Iron & Steel  5  1870.  je25 S������  J  GOVERNMENT AND WHARF STREETS  VICTORIA.  J. I TURNER & CO.,  raportera of all descriptions of Dry Goods,  Hosiery and Underclothing*  HARNESS,    Etc.,  Etc,  . FOR SALE,    ...  A     B. PEARSON & BROS.,  CARKEltVrU.E AXD QcHXELKOlnTr-  mi'ttt  ������  ar  itabifi for  re.  Valuable  Mining Claims  for Sale.  ONBF  nnd  liam  the Car  tlie Sj  J������23 2m  v^oi ' *?ci7Vro,n Eur������P������ ^-wiling  road 3 trprcsa via Panama and PaolOcIUkl.  i^lf^lmS  Sole Agent Tor Alexavork Hid Olovfs  todon Firmer. ������.. TUXSTALL& Co., 8 bow Church  :  Yard.  ' LEA & PERRINB'  Colcbrated  WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,  Declared by Connoisseurs to be  THE   ONLY   GOOD "  SAUCE.  The success of tb������  Contlim  caused certain dealers to appiy to?���������g������  Caution against Fraud-   -    dJ elM tia>������.8  most delicious and   unnvalie^t^   fc^vore*  For Sale,  Apply to  Creek.  0, A. TAYLOR,  _William Creek.  E. WATSOIT,  .-WATCHMAKER,    JElVKLLFp  St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria       ^  terablreSauco'-'tbepublicisbcrCi/j i-  only way to secure the genuine,  nformc  having  yorces-  dthattti������  ASK   FOR  LEA  and to ueo that their  &  PERKINS^  names arc upon  -AT-  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  Second-hand Store,  BARKElmLLK.  SAUC&  thc*iurPt'F'  ^bklb',' Vtopper, and nortiv. ^consopp^  Some of thd foroign ������"*������l* ^ii" upon ������J*5_J  with a spurious WorcestcrsbireS^c, 11       p   in5  per and lahels of wbich the names jf <c    lha, l,er  le  lc  P  te  ei  ic  havo "been forge  have furnished  attorney to .take instant proce <^������ Do{  FACTnn������nsand vKXponaor sucj, ed  tloris.by which their right may *������f' c^m ���������  Name, o������ Wrapper, hrioeu ������   . _,  Sww^tt  tbeWrlet^.^*  i'  iell  IhoFeFale'and for export by ������j -^c;  cwtor: CKUU and niackwcll,^������J0II������*  by Qro^cre.aud OUnon ttnivcrswy*  &o. ol.9.  Barkerville, William Ore|ks;; B.G., Saturday,: Sept. 24, 1870.  No. 21  IE CAMB^O SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by  ROB E R T    H O LL O.f AY 1  Subscription,  ������ - 60 Cents per Week, ���������  RATES OF ADVERTISING.'  Tor one square (ono incb), first insertion,  . ���������������    A 4i one month,   ���������  For twa squares, first Insertion,  ':.;���������<���������   ���������  ** a       ono month,'- '-'-"'-_*'-"-   -  ������3  5  8  Agents.,for the ������������������ Cariboo Sentinel."  iTan Winkle,-  Jacsnclmouth,  loda Creek,     ���������      ���������      -      ������  $CUnton,-  '-������������������-.'.    '��������������������������� '   .  Tale,     ���������     -     Mr. Evans,  Jow Westminster . ���������    -  Victoria  |L, P. Fisher,     .  |Hud*on& Mehet,  MrO.'W. Lindhart  r.   ��������� Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  do .     v   do  -    - Clarkson k Co  .Tobh Collens  ;���������������--.���������   .���������    - San Francisco  ���������   ������������������;'.'���������   ���������   -  Now York.  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  m  |CardV, Circulars, Posters and Programmes for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments  I^^Executed with neatness and dispatch.  Terms moderate.  . ; "     TO ADVERTISERS,    ���������'  All advertisements (not inserted for any definite  period) will be continued until ordered out, and  ���������������hargod for accordingly.  :���������   .   TQ CORRESPONDENTS.  All commum'cailons must he accompanied ..hy.the  ttml u am e and add reps of the .writer; not, necessarily  ' with a yiew'���������'oi publishing the same, but as, security  iloj He good faith. ".'' ���������  THE OARTBOO'SENTINEL    y  Is published, in Barkerville. cy.ery. Saturday. ' All'  ;advertisements Intended for insertion; must he delivered at latest at Si*: o>clqclc,-P.- tt.y-th* day before  ^publication;'v '��������� -       .; y- :.'--��������� Al. .;. ��������� ��������� '  MINING RECORDS,  ��������� TAX ������������������ -Y'FItEKCHrCRREK;';.. :'���������   ; ';    y  Peace; River co.���������Sept 13���������Permission to  ffitraighten their base line.  . PINE CREEK.  Discovery co.���������Sept. 12���������femissionto ��������� remove Btakes;400 feet: from-Cameron & co.'s  line, running east to the full extent, 2Q0 feet  having been "granted to the interest.  ���������Discovery co.~Sept 12^-TerrencefMcGee  and F,/H..Carstens, two hill claims partly  gotning.the Discovery co., 200 feet: inHehgth.  To form-part of said co.   *  NORTH FORS QUESNELLE.  Luck Wa co.���������Sept. 13������^-100. inches water?  to be taken from Kangaroo creek, the ditch  head to commence at a point about 100 feet  above the N. P. Quesnelle.  Sept. J3--Chock Chim, one bench claim on  left side, below Barry's bridge, adjoining  lower stakes of Ah How's claims,  Sept. 13���������Ah Tip, one bench claim oh left  tide below Barry's bridge, and adjoining.upper line of Ah Tom's claim.  Sept. 13--Se Sing & co., four claims on left  bank, about ������ mile below Barry's bridge.  Sept. 13~Smg Choon, one claim oa left  side, adjoining the upper lino of Si Sing, below Barry's bridge.  e'OUTH FORK QUESJJELLB.  Sept. 13���������Ah You and Ah Sam, each 100  feet on right bank, about 300 yards below the  mouth of Rose's gulch.  Sept. 13���������Ming Sing & co., five hilt claims  on right side, adjoining Sing's co.,.aboufc two  miles below A,b Pat <& ������o.'s claims.  Sept. 13~-AkXeen&eo.,' threev claims on  right bank, about 300 yards from Lung: Tack'e  eabih.  A'AAAA'", A: 'TO^lum creek. : '���������.���������'������������������'������������������ ������������������"'���������*'->���������  Ophtr c6.~-Sept.. 10���������A ditch ��������� commencing  about the Prince of Wales claim and running  to the Ophir-.co., with 50 inches water from  William creek and 50 inches from tho gulches  and side hills on line of ditch. Also, a ditch  known "as Uie old Artesian ditch, running  from near tbe Ballarat co. to tho Ophir co.  ReTrecord.  New Aurora' co.���������Wm. Hitchcock and N-  F. Foster, two creek claims on east side of  creek, adjoining the base line of the New Aurora co.   To form part of said co,  Wilson co.���������Sspt.' ii���������Ah Fat, one -hill  claim on left side of creek, commencing at  the upper left stake of the Wilson co. and  running down stream 100 feet. To form part  of Wilson co.  . LIGHTNING CREEK.  Jaynes co.���������Sept 12���������Geo* Jaynes, 100  inches of water, taken from Van winkle creek  (or tbe Jaynes co.   Re-record.  Victoria co.���������Sept. 12���������John Blytb, oner  half interest.   Re-record.  Vancouver co.���������Sept. 13���������J. A. Williams  one interest.   Re-record.  Sept. 13���������Wnng Toy & co., three' bench  claims on right hank, about half mile above  Spanish creek on opposite side, lower lines  commencing at a small unoccupied cabin.  Sept 13���������Ah Tom, one bench claim on left  side, below Barry's bridge. Lower stakes adjoining Ah How's upper lines.  Sept. 13���������Ah Qui, one bench claim on left  side," about 14 miles below "Mitchell's bridge  adjoining lower lines of Chong's claims.  Sept 13���������Ah How, one bench claim on the  left bank of North Fork Quesnelle, about 300  yards bolbW Barry's bridge and adjoining  lower lines of Ah Tom's claims.  ���������v " ���������" ' -" KEITHLEY CREEK. .*- :  Sept. 13r-Wung Toy co., .100 inches water,  to be taken out of the five and six mile creeks*  Sept. 13~Ah Choo & co., four creek claims  oa left side, about 4 mile above the crossing"  Re-record. 'J f  Sept.'13���������Ah Hing, one creek claim below  Ah Choo co., and about 100 feet below the  :mouth of a small creek oh left side;    ~  MOOREHEAD CREEK,    . ; '  Sept.! 3���������Ah. Loung & co., two creek claimB  commencing above the canyon and running  down stream 200 feet.  Sept. 13���������Ah Chong,-one claim on left side  of creek, about ������ mile above junction with  Little.Lake creek.  LITTLE LAKE CREEK.  Sept 13���������Ah Foo co., 50 inches water,  commencing one mile from Quesnelle river.  . Sept. 13���������Ah Yellow, one bench claim on  left side of ;creek, adjoining the Ah Foo co.  To form part of said co.  QDESKELLE RIVER.  . Sept. 13���������Ah Chock & co., three claims on  left bank,, about 1 mile below Little Lake  creek*  : HARVEY CREEK.  - Minnehaha-co.���������Sept 13���������Donald Rankin,  75 feet abandoned ground.  QUESNELLE RIVER.  Sept. 13���������Ah Sing & co., eight interests in  Kwong X������ee co. on 20-Mile creek.  MISCELLANEOUS.  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  ASD      *'  CA R I BOO    RHY M E 8  Xy *B7 JA&ES ANDERSON.  PRICE,       -      .      r        ONE DOLLAR  For sale at the Sentinel Office  and forwarded by  post,;free of charge ^ my29  CHEAP    GOODS!  COaPBlSING���������   ���������  Boots, Shoes Clothing and  Groceries,  OF  THE  BEST  QUALITY,  For sale at the Store of tho undersigned tn "BaTker-  vllle, opposite the Bank of British Columbia.  ,  \V. RENNIB.  MISCELLANEOUS,  Ee WATSON,!  WATGHMAKEH. JEWELLER AND EM  graver,. Government street, acst^o th������  St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, V..1. Chronometers and Watches cleaned, repaired, and warranted*  Every description of Jewellery made to order. Plai������  and Ornamental Engraving neatly executed.: '   . .  Orders from tho Upper country promptly attended  to. ��������� ,  ae4#f   .  as usual..  Memory presides over the past: Felt/b  Coffee over the present. The first lives in a  rich temple, hung with glorious trophies, and  lined with tombs;, but,FELn's Coffee has but  one shrine, and that ia every breakfast table.  Ub aroma walks-the earth like.a spirit, and  ���������can be found for sale at every respectable  dealer's In British Columbia. Beware of  spurious imitationa.  FLOpK, FLOXJH, FLOUR,  FOE SALE AT CLINTON MILLS,  SODAyCBEEK,    ���������  QUESNELLE; and  ;> BABKE*jyV"IIiL*E.  ������������������'[y'A"\ ��������� -Y'AlSO, '���������.'��������� '-.;��������� \ ** \:  TWO Qm CYLINDER STEAM ENGINES,  XA::A WITH BOILERS,  Suitnhle for; small steamers.  ��������� -Jf. HARPEE,������������������'.:  Clinton, April 12tb, 1870, ap!6 6m i '���������  1  MESSRS. KEACHAK k NASON are prepared-to  furnish LUinuer at their Mills, William Creek,  or deliver It to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON /LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME^ RATES AS ;ON  WILLIAM CREEK.  Having a Planing Machine, in operation they vrl\  also furnish Dressed Lumher at satisfactory rates.  Planed Lumher and Shingles constantly on hand  jelltf  ���������DEALER IM��������� .  G-rooeries,  Provisions,  Liquors, ,&c, &o/  STORAGE   AND   COMMISSION  ���������tt_fe, Consignments carefully attended to and order*:  faithfully executed. ;  y-  Barkerville, June 24th, 1870. Je25 8m  BeNouvion & Kurtz,  COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND  GENERAL DEALERS  AAA; .   ��������� in���������. ;'   Groceries,  Provisions, and  ���������ON HAND���������  Tn S ...C.E.L B BRAT BO  , j5������������ Particular attention paid to Consignments at  Country Produce:      ; je4.4_a  For Sale,  Prices^  ���������AT���������  THOS.  FLETCHER'S  Second-liand Store  BARKSRVILLE.  Jell  GOVERNMENT AND WHARF STREETS  VICTORIA.  *9  mporters of. all descriptions of Dry Goods,  Hosiery and Underclothing.  A very full assortment of these goods, suitable for  Wholesale huyers, at their Wharf street Store.  Regular supplies received from-Europe hy sailing  vessels and hy Express via Panama and Pacific Raljl  road. ?  BSfParticular attention given to orders from British Columbia.  Solo Agent for Alexandre Kid Gloves.  London Firm���������J. P. TUNSTALL k Co., S Bow Churoh  Yard.  Bestaurant and Bakery,  THE Proprietor of this old and well-known estao*  lisliment would respectfully thank his' numerous friends and the puhlic for tbe extensivepatronag*  heretofore bestowed on him, andtrus'S that by hi*  usual strict attention to business to merit a co������titt*  uaaccofthcirconQdeaceaadsupport.  Heals, $1.   Board, $14  per "Week.  BREAD MADE OF THE BEST FLOUR  X recommend to the-pub lie my '  ������ROUND    COFFEE,  which Is a much superior articlethan any.which c������i������  be had from below. I Roast and Grind it .myt������  and choose tho bestberries, consequently ^he rubUtf  may be sure ofi ts being rr.ee from adulteration.   .  J. G. GOODSON.  YATES STREET, VICTORIA, TX  j5������-Orders ��������� for Monuments, Tomhotones, &c,  promptly attended to. -Every .descriptiOD of work  in Marble executed, A List of Pricea can be seen at  the 8bnth!������_, office .way7 am  DEGEASED.  THE UNDERSIGNED, AS ESECUTOR,- requesti th������  Creditors of the above EsUte to send inthelr  accounts, forthwith, and the. Dab tors of tho said Estate to'"pay what may be due by them, otherwise  legal prongs,������a������UrnH-������-tjjjg^..  ������xacutr*r.  Lytton, R.C. 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';' ii������Sj������a$ ���������%%) i^pe������r ia &ar stxt p-sp _*  S  @Sl  I  A':- \ ALL!  2r*a.-ife__.  ������,*������fii*ti'  51 ^7 M������a  ������$4at  ���������K, \  :*fc������-tffc__V  U Fa*R?t_t  ggg la  IT  8 00,  lalooB.]  ~ Denny |  y.=  CT T?3  -   -j t3i"**  If���������  PJB<  ;*W2S.^w0Ntf  ";_<r ������wa**  Claims  Sll___Rffl|fflSt  gX_TJB^Y>jgra______^  "^Sgistblliobkob.  whxta.m cheek.  weather continues  fo  nrv  wcamer  ^hu..u������ . w limit/mining.  Dry        to the few-companies to whose  1 ei goohs |  ,i_������* tie s������d  ine  TTOlflU*  rrronnd the present, small quantity of creek  vuter ia available. A few of the hydraulic  companies are forking:. The Downie co are  cleaning up rihd jrot 21 oz. last week. The  !������������������' ne'co. urft;working the Forward ground.  i:-idn_f 'good progress 'into' the hill where  :? *..-.1 prospects welro formerly obtained by!  'lying* , A, ���������-."���������- ���������������������������A'- ��������� '.  It! the lower part of the creek there is more  , ,.r\iy,~: The; Diiler co. are sinking a;?haft.  ihe. Cafihoo co; nre fixing up for winter  ond repairing the diggings.' The Cafedouia | Young & co. are making over wages,  AXTLER CREEK.  Old Lead co. bottomed and fomitLno-  thing, to pay. A great deal of work was done  by this company. - A cut 15 feet wide and 50  feet long was opened and pumps put in. A  long tail-race was also-opened. , Boyd & co.  continue doing well. Harkins & co. are  getting pay' on high rock ; their deep ground  contained ��������� nothing. The Langen co; are run-,  ning a cut to their new ground, which they  expect to reach in three weeks. Knott & co.  have commenced sinking a shaft The A. V.  S.-CO. arc getting pay. 1;  SOUTH FOUR QUESNEL.  The Discovery co., below Spanish creek,  who have put iu a tunnel, have recommenced  work. The company adjoining above have  abandoned-their ground.      ;;;���������' .  KEITHLEY CHEEK.        \ '���������������������������-���������' A  The Gold Flat cb. have lost the bedrock,���������  i.;  heretofore sent yon.   To a? few lines as possi-  hat I believe to be the truth I weeKs.  who thought little of   n, -^ -������   ���������of it. * It will only pay  prospect it, and Germansen worked ������) or w fj|  :^^^i^gS:-55 ^f Sttream., There ^^outl50rnen  un here. 'The creek,".is about all taken up  whcjreth'ere is anything of a prospect.  'co. are getting good pay*- The Independent  nnd Bal lavat compan tes are getting satisfactory returns.. The Forest Tiose. co. washed up  gj_> 02. and the ������& George co. aboiit 40 oz.   .  y       -AAA f       STOUT GULCH.' ^      - '      ���������  'The ajucho Oro co. took out 22~oz. for the  ���������irtckaad the Taffvale 88 ozV-  J       -������������������ f ALLEY MOUSTATS.   . A.  '.   The Discovery co. are cleaning up the bed-  ; rock and doing well.   The Valley Mountain  Mr cleaned up 20 oz. last week.  y. y-  y   LOWUEK CHEEK.  vt Tbe Victoria co. washed up 22 oz. last week,  jcad aro running a drain to the hole iu which  fhst-rate prospects were -recently obtained.  l The Brown'co. have hui their works into new  |, ground and are getting a little gold, ;  ". '*'���������      A:    ^psqurto creek.  v The tattle Minnie co. are getting small pay.  .The Willow co. are making wages.  Tbe Tahb.  Holraan,v Discovery and Point companies are  .gelling small pay.    .. -'.-, y  t- : \ \ COULTER CREEK.  Vhe company on this creek are hydraulicing  *d;h a small run of water. - .  wnipsxw Gur.cn.  The Cornubia co. continue makiug about  i 'v^es.     -.,;���������>;,       .....'  FREXCU CREEK.  .| The Cosmopulitan co.  continue  running  .������)������ei������d to reach bedrock in the deep ground  The North American  co. are laying a new  track and generally preparing to open  out  &  HARVEY CREEK.  Laidlaw & co. are doing, about the same as  before reported, makiug over wages and expenses.   Bailey & co.- are making wages.  ; PIXE CREEK. A  The Discovery co. are making wages. Smith  fc coM above the canyon. Bank a bedrocic shaft  and drifted through rock into slum. Finding  they are no! deep enough, they have come  back to the shaft and intend to eink 20 feet  deeper. :  SXOWSHOE CREEK.  Scott & co. continue making wages.        -y  MOHAWK GCl.CU. .  The Discovery co. have got in their ditch  and are ground sluicing.  .  UGHTXIXG CREEK*.        '  The Eldorado co struck a prospect on Tuesday last at a depth of nine feet in a shaft sunk  from the Umbel. .  bte I shall state  and nothing else.  The creek from which I write was  ered.by'J. Germansen. who in company wiih  Duncan'McMarlin, James May and W, Smith,  commenced   prospecting.     Germansen   hal  prevtously been on a prospecting expedition  with three others who   *      * *"  ~e "-  creek, would not  after Iiia_return lo    .  assistance of the parties above named.   The  miners looked upon the result of this expedition as tbeir last hope and anxiously awaited  the return of the prospe'c.tors.   Had they not  returned!-, with-good" news, Omineca-would  have .been deserted: Geruianseu creek, rightly  called after tbe discoverer, is about 30 miles  iong.v Ji takes its waters from a lake, and is  "more ii|Ee. a ri ver'than'a creek.   Its banks are  very precipitous and; rocky.   The diggings  aie.shallow���������not more than "three or four fe-t  to the rock, and in many pi-ices in the bed of  the stream the rock.is bare.'. Above the canyon the'rock is deeper.   Prospects ufe'riX  ported to have been found for a distance ol'  ten or twelve niiles f,"%rn <h������ month of. the  of provisions, and will be gone perhaps two  Our party of three have a wing-dam  l������' rs^nooEMLAxnixa.Sl came by tha  Discovery claim on Germansenrcreek. They  had got tairty into the bed ofMhe.stream and  six to twelve x.^..^... -��������� ,     ,       nA  claims generally require to W^gf^1;^  IMPORTANT NEWS FROM OMINECA.  Rufus Sylvester arrived in Barkerville on  Wednesday last with news of. the discovery of  * *'n^ "wit. distaut aboiit 75 miles from  rich creek, distant  a ricu cicctt, um*.������u. ������������.....  Vital creek in a northeasterly direction.  The  rx*��������� ^,.pAk is named nfter a miner named,Ger-  pound ���������  we will be able to work longer than six or  seven weeks from tli is date;. Washing commenced on a few. of the claims last week.  Sylvester & Co. are making about $16 per  day to the hand. The M ani to b a co,' ab out the  same'.' ;J. Giscome; & co., three interests  pauned out)$56 for a.dayrs'work, and will  commence sluicing to-morrow. Jacktin & co;  are making about :'$10 per day to the baud.  P. Kelly & co. from'S10 to $12.   A Chinese  [Tho above letter is from a well-known  minor, who was one of the prospecting party  last year, and who gave a very true account  of the discoveries on Vital creek.   It will be  remembered tbat the reports of the prospectors were doubted until verified by actual  experience this year.   The. information which  we received from the writer of the foregoing  letter, upon whose statements we believed w������  could rely, proved -to*be faithfully correct,  and anylhitig he has to say concerning Ger-  mansen creek we., consider will  bo   found  equally reliable.-~ED.'SENriNEL.]  Cariroo Amateurs���������The war news in our  last bnmber. crowded out the usual notice of  the theatrical performance for the benefit of  Florence Wilson. The entertainment gave  general satisfaction aiid the fair beneficiary  was well rewarded, though not so-well as-'sho  deserves, for the pleasure she has afforded the  public by her.faithful representations of tho  comical shades of life.   niUi%^������<������n*mtr* hnva  The amateurs havo  prepared a financial scheme, rlhe prospectus  of which appears in our advertising columns,  -    ,i ������r ,������,A ,ioM nn the theatre.  ing expedition,.  from Omineca recently.   ..--  v.   -^^  down -Ominecar river-in-a boatAaauToun  The party stoited  company of fifteen are making, about $7 to  S8 per day to the band with rockers.   Fen ton  & co. are getting about $16 per day to ihe  baud rocking.    Several companies besides  these are doing well,with rockers,"aod in .the  course'of another week all the companies will  be washing.   This is the busiest and liveliest  little ."mining camp  I have seen for years.  Every one seems to be In'good spirits.   But  this cheerful feeling will be of short duration.  Grub is scarce.-   It is all In the hands of .one  merchant.   Miners, much against iheir will,  wil I be com pel led to winter below u nl ess ,p ro -  "*^"~*    ^   ******* i  thftdrivo leading ^ ������.������.������....-   side-of the'11* on el.   So far as openedvthis  chmnel looks more promising than anyth'  vel.foiimHn the deep part of tins creek.   '  tjuUedry. being topped by a.stratum of  ciay ijjsiead:pt the alum and quicksandgeper-  ^alivuKnd; the dkfcis more compact, contains  SitS and the gravel &"J*���������^  * pro^cts.  .There ts a well dehneJlum.wtt c"  ;,tel|b6ut nine feet .above    *^^*  tunnel and at a distance of ,2Q W^11.^  limoAiately- on the inside; of the^run the  ground presents allthe appearance of a laige  ywhhf If gold in W^^^^  fc'ifoWd in this channel, those who have hM  on- to the -Miller ground will probably*e.  well remunerated for their patience and ner-  Btwerance, as it can be .easily ww^l*}  tunnel^iri over 2000 feet, but in no part of  U to gold .in paying n"antlUe^uSS  although near its .mouth coarse gold to*���������*���������  diggings which paid'about an ounce a day to  the haad was'found in 18C3.  No continuation  ���������of thls-fun of gold has been found in my o  the claims widen were; prospected m this pari  of'the creek.    Nearly nil the prospect |g  hitherto done was confined to the^westeily  Vide of the tunnel and creek, where there is a  channel, but which baa never paid more tli an  m email wages, and which is evidently a moic  | >cent formation than the channel just now  $ [found..' -'  grouse creek.  -'  "There is nothing of interest from Grouse  creek this week.    The Waveriey co. keep  . running their tunnel ahead.   The Hard;up co.  ,   are driving for a point near to where Hit  ; 'Heron eo������left oft; when ^7riwll\c-������.?S*  !'  rrospecting for the lead.   Tbe^dnve being  brought up stream serves for a.drain.  beggs GUixn.  ; t The Welsh co. are making wages, ^ l^  ���������Jim co. are still on pay.   The new company  below the latter have struck pay.  CUNNINGHAM CREKKY ���������  The Sharp and SUndisli coin names, have  been piping all summer. The Sharp-co. bave  extensive works put in, havingJP���������t two  years in doing so. They have a gravel bank  ���������0 feet deep, 40 feet of which con a ns.WW,  and it is expected that the claim will hold out  fbrta.nl, or thirty n^J^S ������&>������  tan'ce��������� ab on t no m ues   iu ������"^ u  t ,Tu ffm,, p  new  propov  t^K"wto^������*������ with Ma beeves, mi  wc haVe.fcesli beef at 50 cents, and no growl-  '"in conelnston.l would advise no one to  r ������f'   binder it navigable.- ^rmausen  be cut out to render  and Oiuin-  creek empties into Omineca river, ami vium  eca river falls into Find lay river. The trai  from Tatlah Landing to HogemviUe is wel  defined all the way, it having been lately used  fo r packing. The cou n I ry a ro u nd Ger mansen  creek is thickly studded with black pine.  Fine looking slate rock,with numeronsquurtz  veins intersecting it, is the predominating  rock. The creek is considerably lower in  altitude than Vital creek3 and ia estimated to  be from 25 to 30 miles long. All the miiiera  1 n","������ creeks, with the  peruaps i buuuiu *>~j  tion ate���������rates.  Mr Poole, whilome of Cotton ���������  ' awed ub with his beeves, at '  beef at 50 cents, and no grov  ^.. ,. )n, 1 would advise no one  start for this creek this season. It would he  too late to do any mining, and would only  entail a great deal of misery and ''hardship on  themselvesvaad those at- presen t here. JJn ti 1  the country is further tested,there is nothing  to justify a rush. It would be madness to  some wilh'o'ut a winter's supply.*  If the creek  altogether not over 120 miners now in  upper .country.- J.  ���������Editor Sbsttsbl :���������The following extracts  from a letter I have received fam Omineca  are at your disposal for publication, if you  consider them of sufficient importance and interest to the public-  .  'Yours, te, T. Elwyx.  to li qu'ujate the do ot. = aiuj. k w������u iv u i ������....^ ., _  burned two years ago, it was the general de������  siro. and Alio amateurs wert urged to construct  a new ^theatre, and as the amateurs had no  other object in view than the gratification of  t'ie public in undertaking the work it is hoped  that the scheme now published will receive  public approval and support." The theatre  has been a source of much amusement and no  small practical benefit by making Cariboo  less .wearisome in winter, and thereby inducing a larger number of men than was customary to remain here.  The Canton���������The work of widening tha  road through the canynn was commenced last  Mondxy.- The poiut where the late fatal acred -was selected to begin with.  cident occuri-..  We hope that the other narrow parts  road willalst  made as safe  of tho  Kd oS to ts"prospects thero will be  lmi Z g"on������d lefinext spring, as there aro  ilUV V* ������       .      ���������   ion    .oinnva   TlftW  Iti    tlllS  in this  *������"  on Vital, Silver and Quirtz creeio, wuu <*.*,  exception of six, have rushed to the new creek  ���������three remaining on Vital ami three on Silver  creek. There are about 105 miners, including  Chinamen, in Omineca. From $10 to 2 ox.  per day to the hand has been made-so far on  tho new creek. The Campbell co., of which  s.*i**i*a*n_������ was a member, was the first to com-  I atn now located ot this place-lUoi������J  This crook is a-bwnoli of the  two  discovery.  and will also be widened, and that it will bo.  uado as safe as reasonable expectations require.    A hand rail  should also bo placed  alens the edge of the road.   Many accidenU  whi^h a hand-rail wou'd have prevented hava  occurred.   The rock which the workman taka  ft oth the "Ml 1 sid e is th row n i nto th o cany on,  and the .Chinamen" who are working the craek  above Where ih e roc k is ih ro via m anifest; (heir  familiarity with Cariboo expletives by frequent exclamations of an indignant characUr,  in which " Ced tamv is tte moit prominent.  The TF.LEtiRAPn���������Repeated complaints are  made to us about the delay in cstabl'shing  telegraphic' communication with William  creek and tho outside world. We have been  told that when the line was put up to.Yale  tlie remainder would be finished in a fortnight thereafter, but it appears now as if this  com mu ni ty were not to fc ave the use o f the  telegraph at all this year. It is natural and  reasonable to complain when a special tax  has been put in the tariff for the purpose of  re establish lug the line, and now when tele-  r^Zy eas   course down the Omineca.  f ������l u\() or fi') feet wide, Irom one u  StTfhal toSf deep, with deeper piac,R  and a-hau lotbuc^^ ^^ Xalcoso nhtte and  to  fl OCCil-  .n������.    The rocks aro  Tliero is  and thoy  Sylvester was - .-- - . boxeg ttim mcji  ,_e���������ce working ������������**"������ _ay_ tin creek  washed up 8iijozJottbi������' i J    ^     _  "������.*% rf o2 * U. the Land, and  ������ stated, about SW to - -^ amm%  have  ever  miles  rtz ana iou������v ������������������������������,...,,  ry indication of good pay for three or four  ������s, then the rocks change and the head  ----- !.������ **i*ariki������.   There  m������^o, ---- oroek are In" granite.   Ther  Kt2 t!S- innuUuio b^vcr  graphic communication is  particularly  de-  b'red, both on account of business and. tha  Biliring news Irom Kuropp,  greatly and sensitively felt.  St. Saviour's Cuurcu���������Tho -Rev. JathM  Reynard formally opened tho new church  bearing the above name iu Barkerville oa  Sunday last.    A larger number of people  ^ * a.. -w*������ md the com*  occasion of  Ulin������������vwv      ��������� ���������   ��������� ^  the want of it ii  the  last.    A larger  tliairnsual attended the Wtee^  prospeuw, uu������Wo������������������:;_,   alonff a ausuincc  been obtained at^'Jf ^ Bw had c:  many miles more   M ^Xiugrarthr  curred on.the creek stopP^ fc f grcgt T...  days and burning a -^^nmeca corres-  tollowing lette,:to������^    aes is substau  pendent, which MrByWe-wr������ articuiara  tially  correct, contains turiuw i  about the new creek :         mm  Qm������iir CRW, Sept 4 gX  Editor SimwicL:^y������'affllW1  referred to the discouragmg^ aspect oi  ^  here, coupled with an exprtte.  that Omineca would.bei eouve T^>i6fcm,0 w  \ A;nn ^f the church was ihe occasiou ul  CwiitaWBoSToward Mr Reynard, wUo  Z'Sa a. ^aUealofpanonce energy  and industry in the work he undertook.  It will be seen by advertisement that Mr  Uobert. Patterson hag withdrawn  business  of  the Wake-up-Jake  and Bakery, "Barkerville.  rs ssr- i' ffSL sa i������SS SU Is^MSSS-**-  ������sa^-e-_yass  s*a&ss������������������a_a.'j=  from tho  IXestaiiranfe  fir John Ooodscm  and UaKery, i������twt������w��������� J������ *"j ih    ublio  will continue the business, ami wc puo  may rest assured that no efcrt- * ������ gJP������^  by that W^Sj^to**^ ol  acter which tho wawu������   .       . n  being the best restaurant m the colony.  V* ~~nr a Rrhool for the instruc-  rnnXbUd^waTo-penTonSunday tat at  t.on ot cliiiuieii w������    L   kT:fl an_i a ?re*fc  the W^aS? UttSol=  Mr FU  0ftbe tSr, and we are.reqnestedjo  manjr  son is  state that all children  out regard to creed.  will be welcomed with*  S^������  ' ^ I  ^  ���������il  ���������'"���������*������  issi  'IS  11  bottomed.  M %  *t.  \& "f ^  -/  ====SATUUDAY^    .LATEST -.TELEGRAMS.  Berlin* Sept 1������-Tho foiling dried from  tic Pnisusn beadqitarlers, Rteim*, last nighS  Wh re������eireii today : More lha:i 25.1.0 ������French  pfisoao 3 were captured in friuil ot Sedan he*  fore ihe capH������?fttioii en tlie 2������1 inst. On thi;  capitnlaiion������������������������������������83,000 -prisoners Tell into our  hand?. Of liu'F^ 14 0i)0 were wound.*!. 400  ���������field 'jiicees.including l'iittratilieurs. 100 siege  guns. 1250 horses and a large amount of war  material, .were.captured..-  The direct mails to Paris arc stopped. Tbe  teWftiph wires have been cut by tbe Prussians at Creil. Heavy siege guns are now  going . forwards to Ihe. Prussians. Ur use at  Parts and Tote. AAA/AAA,  A-. The. Pope contemplates retiring  to the'  "Tyrol.  ���������' '��������� BoiVon. Sept 15��������� Tbe Provisional Govern-  > iiVnt at Paris would have been accepted  by  A tlie Prussian. Government if ihe exac-iohsjm-  "r'nRi'd   bY*"W"iPsia  had "been fissffiled io.���������  These embraced the cession c-f po; thus of  'Alsace aud Lorraine and tl>������ d'smim'.l.n.r  of  French foris on I lie Genran front'er.   The  Provisional Government refused to* accede to  "any proposition for the surrender of preach  territory. -       .   ... ���������  .   London. Sept. 15���������Com ran ni cation between  Paris and Lyons has beea destroyed.   Pmf--  sums have cut the wires at Munterta. six toon  T it lies southeast "of Metnu.'   A fcharp sUirmi-.h  occurred between the Germans and FreccY ;  the former were.beaten off.   SUarp firing was  * lieanf at Paris on Tuesday. iYntu lite direction  of Melun.   General Trochu says that 700 000  ���������men will be on the ramparts of the jci-y,and  ibey may,, by persevering efforts, save Paris.  There ave.iVasous to* predict .happy" results  iroin the peace negotiations new pending.   .  * ...Tours,,Sept.It���������Great numbers of briilizee  wound Palis were .blown-up to-flay. The  woods hav3 been set on fire, and houses* lilt cly  to off������;*r refuge to the enemy destroyed, "To it I  is again being bombarded, the fir iti g C30 tinning nice hours. The city was much damaged  but the eefeiiee couiinucs. ���������  ., Parts,  Sept.  li���������PaVis journals say they  )Wc. litJLlo hopes of media tion.   It Is ru mo rod  ��������� that Baztiine. arrived in Paris, but the report  ������������������   is.not:CcCditedr:-Y;':';;';./^' ':., AA"]  London. Sep fc. H���������rTbe following is jint re-.  ;-. ccirt-a-far&h* :  "Sthisboiire;, 9 j) .tn .���������A fTUI t S  Yarer in a deplorable coudiiipr^ahdigro^nif  1 "VorVv Tne bombardmenf frp'm ihe'Vrussian  > 6iv meed works is;incessant and frightful.  I  . -etiail hold out lo the end. ;/  yy ';'���������;".-'.' * (Signed) Ulericii", Comtrian ding. ;  The Emperor: Napoleon is at Withellsole.  ��������� mar Ca^sel.'. l  Four Gonerals, one colouel and Qve com-,  maudiog officers, are to be sent to German for*  \,lresses;Jor refusing to sign the  capitulation  ' vi ^beiorf^'Scdan.--;a-. ���������   ;  * '"'��������� It is reported that Bazatne not only refnsed  . to i apitulaie when informed that the Emperor  rr.'d i\IcMahon7svarmy were prisoners, and  thai tbe Emperor advised the surrender of  Metz. but "dec-lured in a terrible passion that  he Would shoot any French otScer advising  ���������fditt surrender.  Loudon, Sept. 15���������It is said Garibaldi will  fo on assume command of fielUKau legion  at Lyons to fight tbe Germans.  15,000 Prussians are at Joinville, seven  miles from Paris.  London. Sept; 14���������R.-ichstadt has been  pti nmoned to snrrtmdor, but Cuuat llemach  h t urned an absoItt te refusal.  Tbe King; prohibits tbe storming of Strasbourg till it is possible to do so without too  great a loss of life.  fibzaine refuses all terms and it is expected  he will be able to cut bis way out of Mete.  .   ��������� ��������� Paris, Sept 14-Geu. Ulericl) at Strasbourg  i? at tbe last extremes, but continues to "resist  It is positively asserted that HuFsta and Austria will unite against Prussia if she insists on  annexing French territory.  Paris, Sept. 15-Tbe French troops which  ,.   recently crossed tbe Rhine into Baden territory will probably remain and operate on  German soil. . ���������  London, Sept.  15-Dispatches  dated Sf,  Denis, 14% say 400,000 Prussian* aro ap*  proacmng Paris.  Paris, Sept. 15���������The Prussians are advanc-  , Jng in immense numbers ; to-morrow the c iw-  ;', ital will be completely isolated.   AIllhera-1.  nr-iya. except towards the wost, are cut, -Over  ax million pmndg.of gunpowder are here.  Seventeen bridges over the S/ine have been  defitro/cd." The gates ;of Paris are to be  closed/(o morrow.   All classes are resolved  to fight; to the deaIh.  London. Sept. 15���������>All' the resular tf jopi  have left Paris to oppose the Prussians. 15a-  zuine*s army is well supplied with provisions  at Melz: The American ship Queen has arrived at Toulon-with 500 American volunteers and,7000 rifles.  Bouillon. Sept. .17���������Canroherfrf force is  GOOD*) strong, and marching ui4: n.is Paris.  Bazatne has hiirt?elf gone to Sedan.  L<nIon,Sept. 12���������-McMaho'i wished tore-  treat hut was pieveuted by Pabkao's order.  He will justify himself to the public when he  recovers from his wounds.  Mil Duckworth, of Neva la, arrive'ivestef-  day> Heinteuds, it is said, to pxospeqtfor  quartz..'  - Ay  <���������  Hon. R. W. *W. CarraH has arrived ;at;Vte-  toria, and will soon vi^it Cariboo. ;  Thk Colonist opines that election writs will  not be issued (ill near Ihe end of October.  "ctwIvdvertisemeicts.  ���������.CoLONTvii  Mk.vTS���������Our ruarkels are well  supplied with excellent beef and mnjton from  colonial stock and at very moderate prices���������  from 10c. to 15c. per pound,   there seem* to  bo no longer any necessity for Importing  beeves and sheep for the interior and upper  conn try. and we sliall soon be independent of  foreign supplies in r<*8pectut bacon and bams.  The number of hogs is increasing rapidly and  first class bacon.and bams cured in the colony  li.tve long tfincc passed the stage of novelty.  The production of this kind of meat, however,  has had  to  couteu'd against Ihe prejudice;  whi^':, when tre>h beef and motion was Scarce.  resulted fso'm an enforeed^stirfett.    Bacon  and beans and beans and bacon were loo long  :be staple articles but now when fresh vegetables and fresh liet'f and- mutton have been  ordinary articles of con sumption for almost n  corresponding period, the porcine meats are  coming into favor again, especially weil cured  hams*.   Messrs. Evans &.Williams have commenced business ia Vic tort a especially   to  sn}������i������iy the increasing demand for good bnms,  and have so far certainly succeeded in putting  into the market ns good'haras as ever came  here.; The pork is obtained from the farms in  the lo������*er eouutry, and  ihe curing, which is  done by Mr Kvatis, who his bad considerable  experience in that line of business, is well  done.   There i^ no obstacle whatever-to producing first-class. b ims and   bacon  in this  colony, and all that is wanted to render importation unnecessary is the sufficient production--of hogs properly fed.   Mr O. Slrouss has  a lot of Evans & .WilHams1 hams, tho Quality  of which must soon bring them into general  favor.  OminecajExpress.. .;  nAVlN'G miido arrangements for running an Ex-  ww-brtwwen WlHhni" Crwk, <^,jc?nHmootb  aa-l (i.rm -n^n Cr?vk, ������-U ? vMia will t>e eivn> ot the  ;?mVo Tcp"rur ��������� or Ai next .?pr s, . V&Qwtor%  Vsou'ss wl! coon������-ct with Bf������rnard*6 Express ������tQu?s,  aXouth xna WdtKra- Crock, wlicra parcels and  tetters will bo recived.      ^^ ^^ER;  -  WiUUm Creek, Sept. 22,-1S7D.  ���������6o*M  NEW AbVERT^gy  A: CHAKCE^OR^]  IV y f   ,_  DH, f lDDALI^ Arnorican Eclectic ������hr-������ ���������  ber Aro*rfSm Eclectic S. an | bSlC,an-^.  BjrkerviUe on m about ihe 221 jm! ,lkav������  through tbe lower coumry to giro tbe tnh,i?.a l0af  opport.unity^r. having their teeth atw������2������ ,5i|������  out raaktnKVjouTney to Cariboo. Tl^nT, v^  main a few days al the M.)uu������ 0f Ou^S������r^re.  Creek.tn ortler-tbat farmers ana o'itert Z* ^  themselves of biaRcrvIc-3; ^Ti ^Hift  -  All branches oC n-MUistrr exeenie,l tn tk* -  Hirk aB;l to tbe emir, raftfSw a.?!^ ������-i  Wt������n,  'W.  Style ana to tbe WlrwvraiaracUoaof "ei^fi^  Call and try.   Ga'rja or decayed Tech ?*a*  and r_������i  for delays ara da op tcmw.   p 1 rt( -.s in c .. - *������"������;;  to bare-work done wftj Vl:ase cUl ai one? Septate. Miners Teutb, au-1 Uie best miioj ?������ H^  j&eth in tbe world, and. other dcnui lk������iW  nst been received by Express. "      ^J,'/  in com  anand.  Paris, Sept. 15-rLorci Lyons, the British  Minister',* warns English residents to leave  ���������$ow while they maj.  Qgartz. ��������� Tbo  British Columbia -Quartz  Mining Co. have had some  of tbeir rock  ���������crushed and found that it would not pa/.���������  Sado ii x & Co. are prepa ri ng f of oper alio iis  duri ng;(be e������������ii ing winter, by coming the cut  on their ledg������.    We uhrl erst anil that the ap-  p 1 icajton for a 1 ease lias been ��������� favprijbly con-  si'lered, and that Mr Sadonx has received n  draft Pf a lease of a 1 tberal chameter.   The  company are well satisfied with the ledge they  ara opening.   It holds out in width and looks  betUx: i ur 1 best: from the surface. .-In the cen-  tse of Uie led ge there is a vein of Itard rock  which was tested iu' the arastra, and yielded  over S40 to the ton.-. From the various tests  made.ii] the arastra it is estimated; that the  whole of the quartz, wilhoctt regard; to selection, will average $20 to the ton. ; Appear-,  ances. a re fa vo rah 1 e for a p ermarien t quart t  1 mi:ie.  With proper michiuery a������td apph.anc.3  tee seems no reason to doubt that .tho com-  }.a \y will ma*ke a handsome profit.   Islam!  Mountain, in which tho Sadoux ledge is situate, cpntiins a great number of quar'zrei;^,  and now that an earnest effort' is being made  to open it, we may congratulate-ourselves  upon the long-looked for dawn of the ������������������ quartz  era n in British Columbia.  Barnard's Express left on Saturday \m\  with the following; passen-jers :���������C-np?.G. B.  Wright, Hon, If. fl. Ball, Hon. G.'A. Walkem,  and U. Sleel������������ (colored). Messrs. Ball and  iValkem go to Soda creek, where a court will  beheld. The up-express' ai'rivud yerfterdiy  evening, with an Kistern mail, aiwi two female passengers. Mr. J. Wicklnun re I urned  by this express. The cxp r ess o ffi m w 1 li cl use  at 9 o'clock this evening, and tbe stage will  leave to-morrow morning,  Tne tuhect iption list opened by Messrs  Lallier and Lambert for the relief of the  wid w* and orphans of the Freneh Boblfers  killed ia the war is receiving a considerable  namber of names. The French residents have  subscribed most Jib eral ly.  Mn W. Rksmb wishes to inform hn nnmer<  cm customers that ho has jus! received a lot  of choice Freneh calfskin and continues to  make boots of the material. Jle has also received a lot of Men and Women's Slippers for  winter use.  AsiicitOFT *Race3���������We arc requested lo  slate, that owius (0 Mr Cornwall's illness, tho  Ashci oft Race* have been postponed till Tues-  dty and Wednesday, the lSth aivd tjlh October.  Tun Caledonia co. washed np 30 07,. last  week and 47 oz on Thursday. The Ballarat  washed up 74 oz. last week and 51 oz. on  Thursday.  Ma. Robert Smith, of Lytton, has como forward as a candidate for Yale district. His  address will appear ia our next paper.'  Liq  TS ORDER TO RAISE A FO>rD for liquidating tbo  1 debt on.the Tawr" Roynl, tho Amateur Dramotlc-  A=scer.t'^n pr������'0-^o the following.sc'.V?m<*j and'w.  ?p-ci;������!ly s'dicittbe cWtp-T.uJon of xht eitieensfcr  tlio suoce������s."ul accompl'slitnent or the otiject':      .   [  SIXTY TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED AT  $2o eacil . ;  A9 an Induc^msnt therawlll be      4"  A PRIZE OF $100!  .  To be dravn for as soon as tuc trhols are sold."  Tlie Tickets wUi *ba issued with blank numbers,  an*- cboice of uumbers drawn fcr.  Hie Tickets will .bo redeemed, according to nam-  hers, out of the _>rcceci!s of performance^.,:  f'.o drawiu? \x\\\ take place Iri ttie'TliMtre Royal,-  TUESDAY, October23,1670, at 8 o'clock p.m., aQ-.t  in the Evening a -  .���������; .  .-  GRAND  BALL  Will bo, given. Tic'cols f������T tti* Bill $5 each. Tlie  Liqur'atr-u Scheme Tickets will be t iken as payment  f������r a-.Imissi a to ihe Bill, Upon $5 beinj endorsed  llicrevn.  ..<��������������� Thi3 pebeme is only; to be locked up:*n as a  l^aa Iroai-ttiosi* who desire to ail t's-i Aanuurr in un  honor'.H> oVscharge of t>.a;lv\VUiU.^s\.r_,riia=i'. the  T3$tir# building, an i to plica tlie^i, in ."& pouition  which they have ^irivi'n to- atufn ' ladepeudcut of  thU cali upon the ejtiz-iis.  '  A3., Mc3. SMITH,    V, ���������  "  J S. TilOMI'SOX, > ManagiDs; Committee.  GEO. BYRNES    J ;  ALL PER?ON3 INDEBTED T0'_ EFFRFE k Kin  or Mojito Creek  are rented i������������i  Sg-  accounts on or before Silorday^ihe frpoiwj'  OCTOBER next; and  nil peraou- hari_V &  Against,tho afor^ail Jeffree & ilim.wJiLhiea__S_ ���������  fiV&t the same for pay aunt. V:   ���������  y*r* -.-*  -.-���������-' :  "-AAA.���������*'���������"���������*  ; JEffto& iiiui  the Grocery business at  .      mosquito creek, \  XK.CLTJD1KO THE TIOCSE, STOCK-IX TRADE, t%  X   tur^s, kc   Also, a Smith's Shop acd set of Toali  For particulars, apply u>.  ��������� ' r-     AX.---'-   A-    JEFFPEE&MIIJ^ y  -   Mosquito Creek ���������>������������������  Or to T7. Jy JEFFKEE {on' Mondays' i&i ������nhn)\\  Barkerville.  selO lm  M  Barfeerrilii', Sept. 21,1S70.  Regulations of the Cari"bo&  ���������^ ......  Literary Institute.  HP0ETEB8 OF TOES  ;     AGENTS FOB THE ..,:  ���������  Royal Insurance Co.  "WHAUF STREET,     ���������  ������103m  VICTORIA, TJ. :|  St, George Saloon.;  A^Awmw^z py y-:fv%njt 1  public- to I'efejiect "ii:eir  Y,wi^^0iss.iii;eifiwy  ���������y- :.   ���������.���������:,���������:**"���������-���������:    teio^w  11 -a1% jjrs y*       &-  :l .1.!, wl.ich imut be eat.-tu\. un'tltt: ftegUivr keptfOi  t:t u purprisp, an I Ma.rn.vl Httho (Xpirxtiou of twi  Wi'k<, u������l.^< with \) nnl3.-l*n of'tho Ubrarhn, U  whom du-j notice must be glv.'U.   .  Tho Reading 'Bonni wjlt bc.op^h.frnm 10 a.m. till ft  p.m. every day    Express days till 10 p.m.        ;.C.'  No Ki-wpp.ip^rs or Mag^zln 8 Rihall be taken from  th.' lt->oai wi tin m 11 he U b r. rb n 's' p ruiissi jn.  Putic? r^t������iiiin^ Beoks in their possession ftftor ex-  pin ti h of f uVcripti -n, wilt be charged as subscribers  until the same bo returned.   . * .,V.-  Sttt in������rc.than one complete work ta be taken at a  :l a.;, wUich"must bo eat. r:d nn'thi: Register kept, for  ���������f two  to  ParMf'5 Lnding UaeiK to non-.subscriber.? will he  d niyl the pri\Ybg's of th-j Libriry and Beading  Hyoia.   TtjU rul-: will bjstrictly eutVrced,  TERMS:  Subscriplinn���������$1 per mouth in advance.  Urn's* lo-ni I for ?������ foitni^ht to n :n subscribers at  -25u nnd 50c per volun).,1 aud if k-pt h*n&-r tUam n  i r i u \������ U t ly b 5 ch u r_j3il 25 spa wee k. s 17 1 m  NOTICE.  rpIlE rAUTNERSRIP ' Uherto rxl������ting between  I RO IJ R KT V ATTK ilSON ������t. I JOB -V (J. CQ 0 DSO.V  h tf( t m day been <.i** Av ���������'��������� l hy rtiun U cons nt. All  ������co.-���������unts . ii i to th'' lite firm .������r ��������� t > l>���������; pti t' U\ and  all luuilitija will be settled hy J;������hn G. (ioodson.  ROBF.BT rATTRRsOK.  JlillNG. GOODSON.  Barken-ille, Sept. 7, IR70.  dOl  .1 * JV -  a Cf-?.������S-  vantage te parchaseattuiftJ;-������,wlierctli������rtll  imi iSSOUTEf OF  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN CAEIBOO  oracr^mp������liaiu������!,-������if^"lc'Iff!ll'dlsp,1''i  ' beedy t mnw������_^i.  JOHN* O. OOOTISON* trjlc?s this opportunity of thank-  Ins? ihe public tor pist favor.--, and  tru������tH by a  strict mention to bu.4u*j#s3l as heretofore, to merit a  c nsinu ii.co of the sain;.  K-17 lm .T. G. aOOPSON.  A. G-ILMORE,  ERCHANT TAILOR,  YATES STREET,  V10T0BIA. V.!.,   ���������  and VcstlngSi which he ts prwt������."  in the most approved ttyl������������. their ro������s W y  GRUNBAUM    BROS  H.ivc opeued a  BB0CH STORE AT VAIWMLE,  riiERE they will Uecp a choice assortment ������f  !    Ilrdt-elass  GROCEUIES, PROVISIONS,  CLOTHING, BOOTS,  MINING TOOLS, HARDWARB,  GENUINE MEERSCHAUM PIPES, fto..,  "Which they will sell at LOWEST RATES j  8*3 lm '  Talnahle  Mining  for Sale.  tiona in aHof the ^���������*������* ****$������a$9**  tho HbeniUty ������n* ft���������J70l)jf.ct,.  dla^Mied" wpwn������ol������  sej? 4m  ������rk������rvlll*  Snd.  Ft;  41  [yyy : Am  y  T.I.,  EjJAEIBQg SB"NTINEC  SATURDAY, SpPT, 24, 1870.      ~  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  OTLttAM CREEK.  nrv weather cbntiivues to limit-rniniug.  t rations to the few-companies to whose  KndThei,rwSt.8ioan quantity of creek  fe H availuble. A few Of the hydraulic  HelL;l,r������.working   The Downie co_are  fe<3S21b, last week.  The  vvm_������_S-  Levolea*'  all vtflio HJ^ w  ,t-. rte co. arfr working the Forward ground,  r.in^ good progress into the hill where.  -..i i prospects were formerly obtained byi  '::: the lower part of the creek there is more  ],-.-:; \-\(yA The' Diller co. are sinking a-shaft.  Ulie.Cafiboo co; are fixing tip- for .winter  hud repairing the diggings. *. The Caledonia  Young &co. are waking over wages  -<���������:������������������ nAnA'.-nfiv.   The Independent Ay} iwrvey creek.   A'..'  ANTLER CREEK.  The Old Lead co. bottomed and found no  thing) to pay. A great deal of work was done]  by tuts company,*, A cut 15 feet wide and 50'  feet long was opened and pumps put in. A  long tail-race was also.opened. Uoyd .&"��������� co.  continue doing well. Harkins & co. are  getting pay on high" rock j their deep ground  contained nothing. The Langen co: are running acut to their new ground, which they  expect to reach in three weeks. Knott&co.  bave commenced sinking a shaft. The A. V.  S.'.co. are getting pay.  SOUTH FORK QUESNEL.  The Discovery co.. below Spanish creek,  who have put iti a tunnel, have recommenced  work. The company adjoining above have  abandoned Ibeir ground.    ' y Y  * KEITH LET CREEK.        .:   '    .. /  J  The Gold Flat cb, have lost the bedrock.���������  heretofore sent yon. Tn a? few lines as possible I shstH state what I believe to be the truth  and nothing else.  The creek' from which I write was discovered by J. Gerraanspn. who in company with  Duncan McMariin, James May and W. Smith,  commenced   prospecting    Germansen  had  previously been on a. prospecting expedition  with threerothers who thought little of tha  creek, would not prospect it, and Germansen  a f ter his re tu rn to Vi tal: cree k p rocured th������  assistance of the parlies above named.   The  miners looked upon the result of this expedition as tbeir last hope and anxiously awaited  the return of the prospectors.   Had they not  returned!- with '.'good ".news J Omineca would  have been deserted: Germanseu.creek, rightly  called after the discoverer, "is about 30 miles ���������  iongV* It takes its waters from a lake, and is  more'tike a river'than'a creek.   Its banks are  will be gone perhaps two  Our party of three have a wirfg dam  and are sawing sluices, and will b<>  *-,...���������...: *.��������� t*i iu:n limn  fi-������ t.������lr<������  of provisions,  week*.  finished ������������������������������������������ ...--..   . 0  ready within two weeks from this time to take  out gold if there is any to be found iu our  location."       .,    -      ���������  ������������������"'*1\S.���������' lioqEat ttispixii'-rl came by tha  Discovery claim on Germansen creek.   The?  hao" got fairly into the bed of .the stream and  worked 30 or 40 .feet of it   It will only pay  fc i lit wages.- Others find the creek'to fall iri  the main stream.-. There are about 150.men  up here. 'The creek is about all taken up  where there is anything of a piospect/1  [The **"���������������"������ t������ttor n from a well-knowa  r^. are*getting good pay.   The Independent  frjuV'Bailavat companies are getting satisfac-  jprv returns. t The Forest "Rose co." washed lip  Opz/and ihe'St George co. about 40 oz.  "'���������};   .  -Ay       STOUT GULCH. '���������;'������������������ '   . y  The Mucbo Oro co. took oiit 22 "ox. for the  veekand the Taffvale 88 oz.v ..;  'J      ���������.''.'��������� VALLEY MODNTATX.;  The Discovery co. are cleaning up the bedrock and doing well. The Valley Mountain  eo, cleaned up 20 oz. last week.  VA: .Y  LOWItEE CREEK.  i ....... ...  \\ The Victoria co. washed-up 22 bz. last week.  fed are running a drain to "the hole in which  jnst*nilo prospects .were; recently obtained.  >Tbe Brown co. have run their works into new  ground and are getting a little gold.  :^iosQurrb -cheek. ..  . .'The Little Minnie co.-are getting Braall pay.  ifiie Willow.eo. are making wages. The Tabu,  jHolman, Discovery and Point companies are  ���������getting.small pay.-   . j-",.'������������������;:-.��������� .-_������������������-.  COCLTER CHEEK.  '/he company on this creek are hydraulicing  ���������rr.u a small run of water.  wuips.vw 'gulch.  edrock.��������� very precipitous and,rocky.   The diggings  .,   A       . are.shallow���������not more than three or four fe*.t  to the rock, and in many places in the bed of  L'aidlaw & co. are doing about the same as  before reported, making over wages and expenses.   Bailey & co. are making wages.  .'*���������-���������" WXE* CREEK.  The Discovery co. areinaking wages. Smith  & co., above the-canyon,sank a bedrocs shaft  ^nd drifted through rock'iuto slum.   Finding  the stream the rock Is.bare. Above the can-;  yon the' rock; is deeper. Prospects are reported to have been found for a di^Moe.ot.  ten or twelve miles from the month of ihe  tbey are not deep enough, they have come  backtc *    ���������*���������-������������������'������ ��������� i ���������- Mb ������  deeper  backTotheshaft'and intend to sink 20 feet  miner, who was one of the prospecting party  last year, and who ������ave a very true account  of the discoveries on Vital creek.   It will bo  mansen creek -we. consider  equally reliable.���������Ei>. Sexitnel.]  ditch  SXOWSHOE CREEK.  Scott & co. continue making wages.  MOHAWK GDLCU.  The Discovery co. have got in their  and are ground sluicing.  .  LIGHTNING .CREEK*.  The Eldoiado co-struck a prospect on Tuesday last at a depth of nine feet in a shaft sunk  from the tunnel.  IMPORTANT NEWS FROM OMINECA.  Rufus Sylvester arrived in Barkerville on  Wednesday last with news of the discovery of  wuips.vw gulch. a rich creek, distant about 75 miles from  fhe Cornubia co. continue making about Vital_creek in a northeasterly direction.   Tbe  c-jes.      :���������;.-,- y Ay.y { now ovook ia named after a miner named Ger-  FREXCU CREEK  j The Cosmopolitan  co.  ^tiend to reach bedrock in  Tb������ North  American co.  track and generally preparing  The Ambrose, tunnel  is -going ahead.  crpek has been staked off down  to Valley  creek. ���������' .  *'". ' CANAUiAN' CREEK,  TVe Milter co. are cutting out the rock in  the drivo leading to a channel oa the eastern  ''"of the*'tunnel.   So far as opened' M>{c  claims generally, require  which is expensive, considering that time is  money, especially here with grub at a dollar  a pound and scarce at that.   I do not expect  we will be able to work longer than six or  seven weeks from this d a te.   Wash in g com ���������  meaced on a few of the claims last week.  Sylvester & Co. are making about $16'per  "day% to the* hand.   Tbe Manitoba co. about the  same.   ; J. Giscorae & co.,   three , interests  panned out $50 for a day's work, and will  commence sluicing 16-morrbw.   Jackltn &co.  are making about .$10 per day to the hand.  P. Kelly & co. from $10 to $12.   A Chinese  company of filteen are making about $7 to  $8 per day to the hand with rocket*3.   Fen ton  & co. are getting about $16 per day to ihe  hand rocking.    Several companies besides  these are doing well with rockers, and in .the  course of another week all the companies will  Kti washing:.   This is the busiest and liveliest  camp I have seen "       "  Cariboo Amateuks���������The war news incur  last bumber crowded out the usual notice of  the theatrical performance for tbe benefit of  Florence Wilson. The entertainment gavo  general satisfaction and the fair beneficiary  was well rewarded, though not so weil as sho  deserves, for the pleasure she has afforded the  public by her faithful representations of tho  comical shades of life. The cmateura have  prepared a financial scheme, the prospectus  of urhmh annears In our advertising columns,  be washing  little ��������� mining  for  years  But  Gi  | merchant.  Tbe  this  6iae  ills    mum. i.     ^^    .... t  cb.mnel looks more promising than anything  yel.foundin tbe deep part 6i this creek.   Tt;������  down <3Trfineca"���������rrver^in-s-boat;  what is now called Germansen creek. Daniel  Williams. Henry McDamea (colored), and  William Ellis, three of the party, refused to  prospect the creek, having a poor opinion of  it, and tbe whole party proceeded oa toward  Peace river.   One of them having-been soon   Hunted to Vital  Miners, much against their will,  wt(, peUed^tp.winterJjelo?  virions be sent here before the s  It is  ������fV  eiV iiiiteadoJ Ihe slum aad q������������l������n^f"  allv found: tKe <lii-4 ia.more compact, coutaius  &S and tbe gravel giv������, encounif; ng  pro^fecU. .There ia a well d^������������.���������*  Ji������iXout nine feet abore tbe bed of Hie  SandatVdUtanco of 2H flj*,i **������  luunCdiaU-ly on (be \mu\e of tbe: rim the  ground promts all ������">������PP������ftr������IIC������0?f1_ "?'_'  imml in this channel, those who J^e J������*  on" to the Miller ground will PW1?!1.6  well remunerated for their ^abenw ^and per-   :......a������������. i>������ easily worked,   me  feet, but in no part of  although near its.niouUiscoarse gold ^ surface  (liir������ings which paidabout an ounce a day to  thfS <vas-founa in 1863; No eontmuaUon  of tMarun of gold Jws been found     Wj  thc.clai.n3 which were prospected in th������ pan  of the creek.    Nearly nl   the PWWjffi  hillierto.done was. confined to M������t^"'{  Bide of the tunnel and creek, where tbeno is a  channel, but which has never paid moie^,uan  ismotl wages, and wWoh is evidentlya.more  :f.<centformiiiiott than the channel just now  i..fou'nd..  GROUSK CREEK.  ' "There is nothing of interest from Grouse  creek this week. The Waverley co. keep  .lutming their tunnel ahead. The Hard-upeo.  ara driving for a point near if *" ������  ���������Heron co������left off, when they will commence  respecting for the lead. Tbetove being  brought up stream serves for a drain.  BEGGS GOJXn.  ,   The Wclsb co. are making wages, ������������f ^  ;jimco.are_stillonpay.   The new company  below tho latter have struck pay.  CCKSISOBiM CREEK.      '  The Sharp and S'tandish ogniP"*"-"!;^  been piping all summer.   The Sharp co. have  extensive works put in, havingJW'JJJ  liev have a gravel hans  60 feet <leep,'40 feet of "which contains gow,  Cted that t  twenty or thirty years,  making wages.   A  ES BeirTake which is about <;0 miles north  .r tt^ nniirlev Ilokse on Lake t.nmy  will be ,conipelle(Ho wintet_j>.e.low. v-n\es3 pro?  visions be Kent here before the season closes.  flour is $1 per lb.; beans. $1 per lb.; stt^ar.  $1 25 ; tea, S3 ; bacon, $1 75;  and all other  requisite- articles, which are. scarce, sell at  proportionate���������perhaps I should say ex tor- wuuu.j  tion ate���������rates.  Mr Poole, whtlome ot Cotton- cident >  wood, has'followed'ua with his beeves, aud  We hop  we have.fresh beef at 50 cents, and no growl- j road wi  built, it is thought advisable to venture.ou a  more speedy way of. raising the wherewithal  to "liquidate the debt.   Alter Barkerville wiw  burned two years ago,itwas the general desire, and the amateurs wen. urged to construct  a new theatre.: and as the amateurs had no  other object in view than the gratification of  the public in under taking the work it is hoped  that the scheme now published will receive  public approval and support.   The theatre"  has been a source of much amusement and no  small practical  benefit by making Cariboo  less wearisome in winter, and thereby inducing a larger number of men thah was customary to remain here.  The Cantos���������The work of widening tha  road through the canyon was commenced last  Mondiy.- The poiut where the late fatal ac-  occurred -was selected to begin with.  pe.that the other narrow.parts of tho  trill also be widened, and that it will ba  as safe as reasonable expectations re-  ItUf.  Limn he thought it was. O:  near J5ear lake, wh" ' f  of the BnlWey HoU. ...  ctvek is about six miles, south, of the river.  Miners embark on tbe river for Germansen  creek at a place called Hogemville. The  river is navigable for boats for the full distance���������about GO miles���������to th������ mouth of the  new creek, except at a part called Half-mile  portage, which ouly requires the 'driftwood to  be cut out to render it navigable.- Germansen  creek empties into Ourmeca river, and Oaiin-  ���������      Tfl!...iu������vk������,M'.'   Tho trail  Vn conclusion, t would advise_ no one to  start for this creek this season.   It womu  thn lata to do any mining, and  would  enu^a^atdea^ofmi^  only  ecti river falls into Findlay river.  from Tatlah Landing to HoEremviUe  -    Si   I.,,  13  well  upper country.  SyouVkpSK^^  Sonider tuem of sufficient importance and interest to the pubhe.  "'Yours, &c.  Ei-wt.v.  Fine looking slate rock..,   veins intersecting it, i3 the predominating  rock. The creek is considerably lower in  altitude than Vital creek^ anil is estimated to  be from 25 to 30 miles long. All the miners  aw,.,,.,, creeks, with Uie  creek. There are about 105 minora, incmuuig  Chinamen, in Omineca. From $10 to 2 oz.  per day to the hand has been made-so far on  the new creek. Tbe Campbell oo., of which  Sylvester was a member, was the first to com-  raenee working with sluice-boxes, and th"  .--.aiiA/i im ai? oz. for three duys.   The ere  whove where ts.v ������.^..._   familiarity with Cariboo expletives by frequent exclamations nf an indignant character,  iu which;t Ced tamv is the mott prominent.  The TKJXOUAru���������Repeated complaints ar*  made to ns about the delay in cstabl'shing  telegraphic    communication   with   Wiliuim  cim"^dthe"o������tside.worlds AVe have M  they  eek  pays  and  jave  Hfafiy, U50 oTo^cTwiileTironi one to two  crottit nuu tuw .ynu^         Vie have  told that when the line was put tip to.Yale  the. remainder would be finished in a fortnight thereafter, but it appears now as if this  community were not to Lavo the use of th������  telegraph at all this year. It is natural and  reasonable fo complain When a special tax  has been put in tho tariff for the purpose of  re establishing the line, and now when tele,-  graphic communication is particularly ties'red, both on account of business and. the  stirring news Irom Europe, the want.of it U  greatly and sensitively felt.  St.  Svvioutt'H  Cuuncu���������The Ilev.  JamM  Reynard formally opened the new  chiir.il  hen rim? the above name in Barkerville on  last.     A larger number of peopio  il attended the service, and the com-  V6oT&Tfa.ec,.ek.The%sla^  south-east  years in doing so. They have a gravel bank  rep 60 feet deep, 40 feet of which ^������������������������,f^fc  U| and it is expected tbat the o>������������^������������ hJ������ ^  HI for twenty or thirty years.   Ralph & co..%x*  -������  making wages.   A considerajle ��������� portion o wo  B tbe deep ground in this creek baa never been | w^^   ������ ^ hQm mm than my  Bm' bottomed-. * ���������   ���������  washed up Mk yr V'; r two niiles. and  has been prospected foi W hand<  as stated, aboutJjIO to   o    m.anionnt? h  prospects, though ot:������naii dlsUmce of  geen obtained ^������lire had oc  many miles more.   An   ������������ f    t iree  Sd on the cte^mn^X^ The  days and burning a la gc^v . .oorrea-  toUowiog ^'Xle^    "te-s is substan  pondent, which Mr Bywe������i^ particulars  tially  correct, contains  lurtaci  i  about the new creek :  Editor Siamsi*:-wwPt of affllirH  referred to^he ggw^ffiS of belief  here, coupled wh an ^ -ed by brighter  that Omineca would be ennv j  before the season cioseu. i    .  swamps up ,  range does not extend far in a  course.   1 have been out. north-west across  the Ommeca ;   the shite ch;mge^ there also.  There is no continuous well-dellned gold range  in.this northern country ; this is separate and  -��������� ---.4 iwtm tho. ran m that Vital creek, Si ver  C shown a groat deal of patience, energy  a^d iSry iiTthe ^ork he undertook  It will be seen by Mt^M^ m  lies tau ran fe  did not pay, oui w deep holes and  tborrg^h rock as rairiit be supposed in so1  SS Set: I cm Being to WtE& I������ ���������*  will be seen by advertisement.that Mr  Robert Patterson has withdrawn  may rest assured tbat no eff.ris vm      i  the high chap  __,SWJMSlS-������  t*  ten of ehildren was opened on h^ &J  ft tn u ui uuw������."       .   t>.tri_������vTiiie������ an<i a cr������^e  SrJJSTSS^-SS^'- Mr FW  many-ot-ane iH"������ d ~ requested:to  out regard to creed.  y'-Vw*  :-**.<  ������������������\MX'.  :.������A.%  ;- Aim  I  IJ1  M |-YY-v3? Y. .   ������.      -   --���������-���������������--���������-'-������������������  i ���������>!,   ..,..���������"  tri  ;r  *lj    v!  j.:'|   .  ���������{" ���������  ���������  >'*    . ���������'���������  N      i '  .  : ' *������       i-  , 'S  ;:!:  Y Y  '���������"  r   *���������  V                .  ���������  ��������� ��������� #  '.'?    '  ���������>.       ���������  -4  "I I  i"      ft  Tr"-l  r;i  THE.-TIENTSIN MASSACRE,  genie  BOtLl  The Shanghai News. Letter says tbat the  frightful massacre of French, on the 21st  Juue,lVat Tientsin, was the most cruel and  Savage butchery of foreigners that has ever  taken place in China ; indeed, when all the  sickening details como before the civilized  world, the Chinese will be cast lower than the  biood-ihivsty fiends of. the Indian mutiny war.  ' The Chinese priests and lower order of mandarins are strongly prejudiced against foreigners, especially missionaries, whose work  <they have for years endeavored to stop.   At  Tientsin, a large establishment holding some  200  children, has been under the charge  of Sisters of Charity;  "With the view of inciting the Chinese against the missionaries  and Sisters, the native priests spread a report  that they kidnapped and killed children and  then scooped out' their eyes for medicinal  purposes.   The people collected in hundreds,  and the first outrage was the beating of some  French priests.-  About 12 If. on the 21stof Juno; the French  Consul and guests, M. Thoraassin, Secretary  of Legation at Pekia, and his wife (both of  whom had just arrived froar France), together  with "Mr Coutris, were at Tiffin, when a multitude of excited Chinese* came, towards the  house, shouting and yelling, and demanding  -   that all- the children should be given back to  ���������them.    The Consul, finding himself hard  pressed, and without the chance of any help  "being afforded by Chung, turned and left the  ,Yamen for his house.  "He had not gone many  steps before he was seized by the Chinese, his  uniform' torn off, his body beaten, and eventually cut and stabbed with knives and spears.  His death must have occurred about the same  ���������time as Mr Thomassin's; the one near the  Yamen, and the other near the Consulate.  Poor Mr Thoniassin wa3 fated never to see his  wife alive again; he fell beneath the spears  of the.blood-thir3ty Chinese.   The sight of  ^blood now warmed the ruffians to their ap-  ; pointed work, and they rushed[to the French  Consulates   Madame Thomassin met ���������them  bravely at the doorway with a pistol in hand.  One,-two, and some say three, Chinamen fell  before her pistol shots, when numbers overpowered her, and she was killed by the blow1  of a sharp instrument on the back of' her  'head. '...      ,"'.������������������ '���������';���������'A:'-     :'X-A!:"AA,.,A"A  ,-. ���������'. The Consulate .buildings were then \burnt i  ���������������������������'. and destroyed.   In the meanwhile the Con-  . ��������� vent tiouse'of the Sisters of Charity: and the  * French Cathedral were being assaulted by  the mob. ��������� A priest standing at the doorway  was killed, and ten women quickly shared the  Bame fate, but in a more horrible ��������� manner.  : Most of them ��������� were beaten,; their clothes torn  off, and they were then seized and placed on  ;, their- heads against the convent wall and  , hacked to: pieces in the most savage manner  ������������������their eyes dug out, their breasts cut off, and  every cruelty that savage brutes can effect,  too sickening here to narrate, was perpetrated.  Ono of the Sisters j named Louise, and well  . , known as a constant and faithful attendant at  ' the hospital in Shanghai, was reported to have  escaped in a Chinese dress, and was. thus concealed by. some Chinese female friends until  night, when, attempting to go back to the  -convent, her European shoes discovered her  to be a white woman, and show as quickly  taken and killed.   Her body was thrown into  the river. .  The Chinese burnt the Cathedral and Convent buildings, and it is supposed that- sixty  Chinese children perished in the cellars of the  building where they had fledior safety. The  .bodies of the Sisters were thrown back into  the building after being killed and burnt.  The butchery, did not end here. A Russian  officer, Prolopopoff, with his wife, married  but tho.day. before, were riding with a "Russian  gentleman named Bascoif, near the French  consulate, when they were set upon by the  mob and killed. Their bodies were thrown  . in to th e river. Mr Chal m aiso n ��������� a n d Mad am e  Chalmaisph, MrSimon. Secretary of the French  Consulate, were ihe further victims of the  Chinese. Mr A. Coutris was the only Frenchman in Tientsin, who escaped with his life.  Ho was concealed after he managed to elude  ' his pursuers, and made his appearance in the  foreign settlement the, night following the  massacre. Mr Staman,  '' ' family, esca  some 36 hours.  LIST OF. THE.SLAIN..  Henry Fontanier, French Consul at Tientsin-  Mr Simon, Secretary of the Consulate.  Mr Thomassin, French Interpreter of the  Legation atPekio, and wife;, guests of the  French.Consnl. -   .. .  Pere Chevricr. a Catholic priest.  Mr Protopopoff,* a Russian officer, and wife.  Mr BascolT. a fur merchant.    ..  Sister, Louise, an English subject  quh������rs of Charity Mary, Louisa, Victor a,  Therese! Josephfne/vinceuta, Orelia, and Eu-  List of Letters  REMAINING IN BARNARD'S EXPRESS,  Barkcrville, *B C, August IS, 1S70..  HUB.  Mons. and Madame Chalraaison.  THE TR0TE3TAXT MISSIONARIES ESCAPE.  The Chinese next turned toward the Protestant mission Here they found their wished-  for victims had fled. Their houses and chapels  were destroyed, after which, having completed their work of destruction, the mob disperse d as quickly as it had formed,    .  ID AXIVE-FEARI/UL VENGEANCE  ;      OF A HUSBAND.  A correspondent of the New .York Times,  writing from Havana, July 27tb, says:  Some time during the month of May, a party  of five robbers made their appearance at a  plantation, possessed" themselves of several  good horses, taking also various articles of  clothing belonging, to an American engineer  on the plantation, and then disappeared. The  engineer, who was in Havana at the time, became furious on bis return, and indulged in  severe threats against the perpetrators of-the  robberies.. Some friends of tbe bandits communicated these threats to. them, and a few  days later they again appeared, took the en  gineer by-surprise, tied him band and foot,  andr then proceeded to lash htm with whips  and thongs until the man had fainted three  times from pain and the loss of blood. Tbey  then tied him up on a chair before his dwelling, and two of the number walked.into the  house and violated his wife.   Since then the  engineer has"been, almost a maniac and bent  on revenge.   Last Friday he received information that two of the bandits were then at a  neighboring plantation, and without advising  anybody of his intentions he armed himself  and had the good fortune to find both of them  lying on the floor in an inebriated condition.  To tie them up and rouse them sufficiently to.  understand the situation, occupied but little  time,, and with the help ot some negroes he  1" 1-������- -���������-��������������� ~.\������ina   4Yt*riArArl fires  Avn, Isaac C  Arwing Mr  BAgiull CM     . . .  Brown Hugh  Bnlcly Jolm    ���������  ttrown Henry H  Bivikin Michael  Brancy P  BriggH Samuel  Baker William  njeuvenu Joseph  BeleConstaMo  Beschamps Lonard  Clark II R, 2  Christian Henry  Corrigan Owon  Cliorley Robt  Carl in Rodger      . .  Carsters Fred H, a  Crandtll Mark  Connor? Donni?  Corbctt Mitcheal  Oiling Gi  D.ivisQD  Davis WL.  Davis John w  Dcitz Willhun  Dickson Charles  Duicknion.Uonon  Drake John  Douglass David  Dixon John 13  Henry Augustine,-*  pasunaro Domenico  G-arredof Antonio  Gall eghcr James  Grcenslade A B  Gramilll Robt  Gcorgy pablel  HuchiDVcl-Joha  Hancock Q M  Horn-Edward  Hart David  Howels ������3<lk  Hogan H  Hutton William   ���������  Harstiugs G  Howard Samuel  H������vlgo Watson  Johnson Nathan  Johnston Thos D  Kinvah Jas  Keatlcy WH  Kistcn Charles  Lewis G  Lftvrrle S  Lean SJ  Long B A  Lnntstoamo Hussln  "Margin Josenh, 3  Mayes WC  McL.md Malcomb  Mclnnis Neil  Mullory Timothy  Mclner J no .  Nicolas Mysslra >  Owens William  Ohara JosephV  PhairHonry  Paulsen Ohiia  Pond Mr  ParsWmC  Ruxton G, 2  Rich Icy Geo /  !  Roberts William  Richards & Davis  Ritchie Q D  Robertson W n  RicharJs Adolph  Rappctt David  ���������Stuart James  Slllff  SyhofsKU  Stephen Bernard  Sovnccn David 0  field mi t Joseph  Sclmi'ult Jul!  Thomson J  Tynan Tuoa  Vnrohcrcan Louit  Write HI ������  Wilson Geo  Wel wood  Willan James  ���������Wood Tbos  Wc'stlttko W  JAMES WiCKHAM,  ��������� Agent Barnard's Express.  The Steamer"4t Giiward������  CAPT. WM: IRYIKG,.'[A- '���������   '"'"���������"  LEAVES Now Westminster for Talc on Wm������8,  days and Saturdays. ;VCflne3'  The steamer will not he responsible for leako��������� *  Liquids shipped In tin or glass.   ��������� -���������     ^y,or  Miners1 Provision Store,  BARKERVILLE,  Next Door to, Sentinel Opicu.  THE undersigned begs to inform all parties wlshinr  to ship goods, to. VitaPs creek aud surroim%S  I country that he will be prepared lo.forward CO 000  I pounds per month, on and after the 1st of Aprilncn ���������  from Quesnclmodth to tho bead of navigation. ; ��������� A  . All consignments attended to with care anddU.  patch.,  jaStf .     PATRICKHICKEY- -  ' :'ANQT\Q&yA^Ay.].:  .  THE bargeA" OMINECA," .Capt. Moore,.wih.be pre  pared, on tho 1st'day of June next-, to;make;ocr  regular trips from tho foot of Stuart Laketoihelieal  of navigation on Lake Tatlab,.. carrying freight and  passengers.  The Omineca is 35 tons burden, and is provided -with  six water-tight compartments and capable of carry.  Ing 25 head of pack animals oh deck.."'  All goods * intended to be shipped by the Omineca  the parties shipping will please address J./W. Moore,  Toot of Stuart Lake, where iherc;will be a good, sub*  stantlal warehouse for tho receiving^ and forwarding  goods. y    J. w; moor*b;  Quesncllcmouth, April 16thf'1870.- - ap23  .-���������_������ '������������������  &9  THE UNDERSIGNED  BEGS A. TO INFORM HIS  friends and the public, that hehas fitted up soth  COMFORTABLE   BEP-ROOMS  In his new building, where he Is" prepared^ togho  good Beds at a reasonablo price. -Those who will  favor him with their patroaase, may.depend on tin  cleanness an d comfort of his nouse.    "  He takesalsothls opportunity toremlhd the Carl*  booltes that bis Brewery has received.the FIRST  PRIZE of tho Colony for Ms celebrated y  XXX   ALE,  An d Ih e true amateurs w 11 lb e able to judgt by thVffl  selves that such honorable prize lias been JwUf  awarded to bim,  N. B.���������Alargefrontroom to let.  ' Barkerville Jan. 23 1859.      - - .' K.. Q'*T1"I0_  brought them to his own place, ordered, fires,  to be lit, arid then threw both of them into big A'  sugar kettles filled with water,,.which soon  begah to boil.   Their attenipIs to thro'ff them-.  selves out of the kettles, aud their demands  for water and cries for pity were heart-rending, but their.executiouer took a fiendish delight in thro wing in occasionally a little cool  water, which, however, in a moment began to  boil agaim__ At tbe end of twenty five minutes]  both1 had ceased to exist. AY hen the fact was]  mentioned to. the Captain-Geaeral,. he remarked:  "I don't wish to know itj and-if  such a thjng has happened, I fully approve of  it as a man, but as (yaptain-General I have so  far no knowledge of the matter.  Beasts in  human -shape must be treated as beas's,  although the punishment -was- inhuman :���������' and  cruel."   And so the matter rests.; The engineer has returned to his plantation, and  swears not to rest until he has caught the  other three.  T this Establishment wli Wways h c found a well  selectedandvariedassortmentofthe  "FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  IN CARIBOO.  ALSO���������A goods el eel Ion .0 f Cloth ing, Hard war c, GlasE  andCrockerj*.  Bestbrands of tobacco,,  Medlcincs,ele.,etc, Y  Best Java Coffc c Roasted and; Ground DAlLlT.  ALL GOODS SOLD' AT.LOWEST RATES  The BAR is fully supplied witn the choicest  ���������   Havana Cigars, Wines an dL'qnors.  I trust by strict-mention to b uslness ;and. fair and  squaredealingtto.meritacontittuanceoj! the liberal  patronageheretofor i'extended to roe.  A large lot of HEY WOOD'S- celebrated BACON  f)rsalc, at a very low figure.  Van VolkenlDurgli ���������?& Co.  Sfet andtJast Iron Stoves  A^tron^lncand'EeadWng, .���������H..^t-t0JB  p^mptness,.and>warrantedUo gtvo entire m  faet-onY   . .;.'������������������ ���������   ���������-  ^BlastingPowde  ETC  BUSINESS NOTICE.  3?OIl SALE.  . ;:,E./PBARSO"N &'BROSM  BARKERVILLE,  RICHFIELD,  ���������AKD���������  The Pain Killer,  After thirty years trial, is still receiving the  most unqualified testimonials to its virtues, from  persons ol the higbest character and responsibility.  Physicians of the first respectability recommend It  as a most eSbetual preparation for the extinction of  nain.   It is not only the best remedy ever known  imsuru-issRii iur i'iii'-><������������������������>/ "i������ *ui" ������������������*���������/ ���������   the great cities'of-India and other hot climates it has  become the standard .Medicine for. all such complaints, as well as for Dyfpcpsin, Liver Complaints,  and other Kindred disorders.' For Coughs and Colds,  Cinkcr Asthma and Kheumatic diulciUtios, it has  been proved by the most abundant and convincing  testimony, to be an invaluable medicine. -Directions  accompany oach bottle.  Sold by all Druggists.  A SUPPLY OF THE  BEST QV1LITT OF FEESH MEAT  ALWAYS ON HAm  Vol. 9.  ���������. Subscrij:  yor ono ������  h ; ���������  For two s  n' ���������  Agent  rati w"lnkl  Quesnel mo  Soda Creel)  Clinton, ���������  Yale, ��������� -  Uow Wcsti  Victoria,.  I;: P. Fish  ��������� Hudson k  JOB  CardsjC  Bat  All ad  period)  charged  All CC  real nan  with a v  for Us g  Is pu"  adverth  erad at  pub I lea  sc3  Coffbk���������The Coffee prepared by WICLSON  & RICKM AN, JFort street, Victoria, has superseded all other Coffee in. the lower country,  lenient tho night7 following the It-is manufactured from ^the^veiy beat raw  Kf Staman,' a German, with.his; coffee^ ami its superiority is attested by the j������= rairiodjiiig per week,  -bed after being hid ia a stable facUhatwhere-ver iutroduced.it has become pQr dayj $1. gtn|i6meal's, a? 1-2  Mining and Agricultural  Machinery.  SpnATT k IRVING Manufacture all kinds of  Machinery for Farmers and Miners at the, Albion  Fonndry Victoria, V.I., nnd for cheapness and  analitv their work cannot bo rivalled by any other  maciinlsir First premium Colonial made Wrought  iron Ploughs, after the Scotch style, unlversaUy acknowledged to be the best in use, price $Go.. Orders  for Quartz Mills, Iron Pumps, &c, Ploughs or parts  of Ploughs, promptly attended to. my7 6m  Pacific Telegraph Hotel,  Store street (between Herald &Fisgard),.  VICTORIA, B.C.,  Andrew Astrico,    - ���������  -     -     Proprietor.  The most commodious and clean Hotel in Victoria.-  It is conducted on tho European principle.   Tho table  is pupplied with tho very best the market a fiords. .  1    Meals at all hours of tho day.    Private< Dining  I Booms for Families.       ' .   '    *    $5 60 @'$8.60.���������  :ru<*j.,������,i.    muti������"������v������,iii --������COntR.     BodS, 50C.  i^_r A Fireproof dafo in the House;  I  LEA & PEEBI*NS'  Celebrated .  WORCESTERSHlREobfUCEf  peolared hy Connoisseurs to be       ,  THE  OWL^ggOP SAUCE.  Caution against '^.^7 Md?mont h������jM  most delicious and   aw^JheiJmoof^Wo*^;  caused certain defers to appy^^^  tershireSauce'Hhcpublicisbcrcuj m  only way to secure the genuine, is to,  ASK  FOB LEA *-J^^?^/^*  n������ri to seo that their namesaro nv������������  uwu!Vtowbb, and m/nve. ^oneupp^  "SSTooI thefor'clgn^hc^^uc" ������P<>n *hj*g  w\*h a BDurious .Worcestersnirca.1^ '  tf nd Pcrn������3  .  .   ������_��������� t !B������-a xt "pTCREJ-J-nd  .r^Tj^+ifl.  ^SS &*S$V������$ BT^ I:  Tht  its en  graiu"  hlg ft;  lack c  eeasoi  suits  BUOW  aged  but c  ever'  tainit  work  the 1]  for 1<  been  ever  ticat  itwc  step:  Gov  dele  prac  one.  this  . 5ur\  wo l  the  tab  plei  gro  nan  the  ine  su!  alo  to  lie  *t  w  w

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