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The Cariboo Sentinel Apr 6, 1872

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 m  m  i  W)  m  11  k  Eg,  sift  I8S  Kh  1  M  i  flip  B*  VSUM  itoj^g  P  Kesz  th'  /&*w  Sr.  i^n  feS  W  ���������N  ^&  BBS  m  m*  B  m  RR  wlp#  $8  ���������Si  W*  Htfrf  1  7p|  HP  W  I  sPJ  P������s  Ipl  w  ������p  &&&  wM  i  1  $S$|  f$*  3������S|  1*82  Ifsiii  B  HI  ������.     Published every Saturday. b������v'' f  Subscription; ;^> -^'5.0'; Cent������*pet iff eei?  *-���������  KATES OF ADVERTISING;'  Kornne square(one Inch),' Rrettnseflion,  ''��������� **;','���������'' V , ������no month, K  For,twosqtiftrea,'flrstlnsertloa^ y.   .*^  i l\   , . ���������:"       one in out I], .; :vy..y_y.  .Agents for the V Cariboo Sentinel;" *  ���������^.V*nir.W.inklo.v-   y.- -,.;>/ y Mr J, W. Llndhurt  .*Qn������s;i|eJmau.th;;.-  ������������������8mi.fi Creek,  -Cliaton;. '���������-, ��������� '  Pi^uPPx"  ^iijvjr3VestmUi8terf  ���������*.���������??��������� v*,;  y - i';  ..:,. Iti t r,ti a i> 1' ,*,E xpreas;  ^Blirmifil!^ Kxprcey  ; Barn a ni H Express  yy ti pyppy.i<i������: ;1|  iiJol r ri'.;-ifivrri������'V  ' Victorm.L > ] ,   -f     ,y *���������*;,.������   j  .,   . John c^hr-c  * J* V Fistier," ��������� *     - ' jV   ;    .'    i,- ������������������ ������S.������n Vranftieco.  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Posters and Pro pram me8;for  B-UIxiintl Theatrical Entertainments;,    ���������  / '��������� p' i r v'1    -y     r '   y :.;-..;     vf ��������� 1  I5-T^.c u wflj'w? th ji enr.n������sp and dispatch.  Terms moderate,  ^jptr*  , ." "T'^.Kr^wnvr. APKMf/37T8r2~   ^  /is'  I  >"*������������������-.-{:  yy yipyppiKj)  ���������':..:      ������������������'���������'.;,;,���������. "*:'.,'.'   ��������� '      ��������� ' "    ' .T.'JfV.'.''"���������''I...1'"' -VWl  ���������^^'iijCr -#^lojig 'IPth'tf^O i  .--      "'" . v '..������������������'.>.. ���������������������������'���������������������������: ' '���������'���������,���������-���������'���������'.��������� v. ���������.���������������������������.,.���������"��������� '.V ���������'.'.:' :''������������������'���������:��������� ,,'X .';.;^-.. ���������.'?'���������.(������������������ :X....~^::i:r  :���������'������������������������������������ i  ^iet0|la,-';M.arclf'' l3D���������-A.youripf mannjansed  * Sife*IostUivo^o U \\isi "3ffj������e>8^l������y Jiavifiglfli^m  ianght;in the ^cog^wheels ^t^jiyifttipi a|>|  pit atu 8 * o f 1 ,tbe; JDou glaa f Pifi ^an aj ilnS;,' '^o'lf  Thursdav last/. ,> y" hj,"-- -y'y s #^.yy|K\  ^/^heypnb'jic.'-ofllces were closed a-iid'^ervicp^  beld; ye'atfrdiiyini the ^Ron^iTOi&h6Ucr4id  Episcopal .churches.   'Bwiijiww was entlrelv  Ilispe^ dedilmd (pef^ple;betoofc; tbtemserv^s 16  >!; f y~, >. ^S% <    'y ;t ? <. /      '; i,. v . i������a;.^s? fc  the country,   &very\hin^f 11r f ha,f sbm p������__ of;a  h^rae^ajid tjuftr^ry,* w'rt^onyiijrd ;b<ytt wasj|e^  cured days a������o,;������o t hat the, imfor tuna te   wjio  .y������*|il^ ^nnl|IJ yjei/erday'' ^a.f^Mst.leff^J|i"&wr>  otitnide-.of'Shank's, mare.    The Base   Ball-  match lietween', i he tJfiion-'ahd Strtr^lnbsilook  \ x.x 'ry '���������''���������; x-yx^y.-' ������������������?���������      r-,���������\ x\ %'Xpy    'v-y>  fp.lace oris BelJCaif BilFf tlii^|uftern6oh.   The  Star A/iub won after a xlosely^ eon tested game^  by eight rounder,". ������X P ' , I ~ '\ ?*:',  The Otter will probably not >ail Pr [he  Skeena until -after lire arrival of the San Frati-  'clafoytenmer at this-p^rt.l, -' "' ai ��������� -1 ^"Pi'yi,  \[:. T;he:Califpi*nin, from Portjnnd, parsed iip  theiSound yesterday afternoon. She will tie,  due here about Sunday, i '��������� ^  ,'YJcioria; -April* lT-f)',ha match'.between,tfe  fleetVr.d EMpiimalt vs. the YictoiiaCliil) came'  off on-.Saturday'at".Beacon Hill.   It resulted  in ^^JCtaryffor the jVictoniniifi       ,81  runs;'  ;   1'ho   ������n\ervt'iie' will  sail'~ oa VTeAneaday;  'r\:..f  pmm������Mm'mws.:_  y \   ,    X-QUfSNEUfoi^H.;"; - ^; y  ,^ ��������� i.Qnei<itelra;ftnt}ih April.l2d&*rhet��������� paftySerit  ^nttp recover the dead bodies of the inissing?  ym������������n rAulWd V^vitli th<*rn tyesfelday. Tbey  were recognized������������������ aa Ihe)bodies.of Smitli and  a QpYnypA man nani*,d [Grsnt. two of the three  :, wlip vwoe i^,, nij^aiii pr >1a9|^ f9)^11 njft I'vrjB re^sti |>'|>ose cl-  ' 10 ha ye ��������� p e rjihed 'flii n hg tljofse vere,v weat her;  An  i no; u estl w?is,:,h el d and in verd lc t ret u r ned  : th a t they d ied fro infts h ans tio n, wan t of food.  and exlreine cold:   They were bnried yester-  JUyf afrt er ro 0 n. ^ l. S ri^i I hja" b ody ��������� / w as ;fp u qd  lidttti'fi' 2-tlitl f aifiiile r 6foil)e places.'JwnereuproV  v|fiion������ we^:cached>bj^l^eprelief party sent  fromn#re."y "������������������ ' "  *" 'w * '���������" ^t \.  y i: 'yLewjfc?.. w ith -the^Qm "(necai j Ex pr^ss- a nd a  -lit t le po Id -d ust ^ajri ved 4b is in orn i ng.- Sy 1-  y*n������ier Ieft GermWl9%^Cr������ek 0n:13th Jfnrob.  yy: inp f re sli^ s^i kes;^ except ion ?. SI at of Greeks  where^rstvraie proapect waBfonhdlby Captr  Hjdis; in his tiihnel. It caused^quite a stani-  pedetp tMfc;preek.;/j'^ i-:yp:j: ipP]x. Pp'P y i  ..;. iTimes were beginning to 10ok rrtiich 1 iveller.;  The wisather;was very goo4 for prpspfectinsf  and al I were hopeful. ProviBious plentiful  and fn ill narIn price.  Tin* trail-jiss:prefty I good, ;.btSt Joe ,streams  lire almost Impassible.X:p  Ano^wr>e,kpreBSis expected by Pool in a  few ms'tif^PyP- i. **���������' ���������'���������      '��������� Xy  ���������next' for, Ne w Me at mi ri s t.eiPi i }  y, ;���������'���������' '<:-y- A ���������:���������:������������������' y-X '-> 'iS>v';,    -k,-.-. $'>k,;i   '-:������������������ y 'J. ���������%:^:-',i.if.''- y^   rj-  ^vThto^qn^ation of<4he  contract1 loy-"the;TeV."  7" -    .��������� - y:, ���������      --��������� ��������� * ..   - s  -        :  . ���������   - '���������* -   ��������� ,;- -\ >  bu i I ding 01' CJIi lis t C11 u r ch w 111.' b������ set tl ed -u n:;  ?d^^aSyS-.Slfc>nn^shinces;\tbia  -vorlTcomiriitVce' forthwith.       , '        ;  ���������', Mrj ^u������graye,vPnvate Secretary of the late  {5 ot^rno r} hW' ;:oeen {t|*leg rap bedrid" ^0 ; home  immediately^jltriscsaid)MCKilitltnv a. nephew  of ijieut'Governpr Trutch; wilf succeed; Mm.,  ' ppi-:y: fy:-y'SOUA[i^^X-yP;  Soda' Creek. April 2d���������Owin^ to the fine  ���������*^^--^.Rvlnft-^* Inst two weeks the road is  *in%ood*orr1er^ Deep Cree^tothe^Au sir a-  1 jnn rgneli>ij The river rjhiq ��������� two v feet dnring  iW^fcS^-hAJinu^b'*(^'W seenis about to  break n p;:; Weather clear ; frosty nights and  ���������warm'days... *. -���������������������������;'���������:  y.yxPy <;:,YATiK;'.'"'' 'ypyppip-  - Tale, April, 2r-������Jarnard?fl Express arrived  ^������ilird������y;.������n'd>ffc by!: tU ;*iemm i>r New  WMviMtr iiitimtfiinf l������ orte"?������ eonn������et{  yxxyxypi." European. ;->������- ypp m  , London, "Mareb '27-^.The McFarlane, ware*  hotiseahf] adjoin top buildings ini Glasgow  were destroyed by fire 'last uighV. v Loss]-  $50000007      T   ''k'!i ,-"''^'.'���������*'-'*������ " i;    f , ;  'Ashb^nny. has he,en ,j elected ^Commodore|pf  the Roy if liar wi ch Y ncht Cl nH^"'- ���������  .. >Dispatch������?s; f rom.i6fS cial qi 1 arters^at>,Ma drid  stateTtbat; political affairsi in Spain are in n  very critical condition:' Ityis nsserted that  Kinfr, AmaQ^usyis, determined to'streti^then.  his; position^ and a. coup d'eiat has;; been  ���������atrongly-Airgjiid'-b^Iu  unless he, acts <|aickly there is danger ctf jfcus  ���������ffeingToinpeiled to abdicate, the throne; BXiA  leave Spain. - VI ��������� ���������' ��������� -' . . . , ;���������;;'  : yThe towit of; Kicbermakevs^  sns^ha^ ;l)een; almost de������troyed^b^fn-.rfee'en f  earthquake; One hundred:; ahd;; thirty-seven  peraohs '-.were- killed. and. a;.large;portion of  con n try c oh ver ted m to a cl ese r i: and. th e f in -  babihints reduced to great misery by the destruction of the crops. i ;���������;*'  Madrid, Mai-ch 28T-Ther.e. have .been '..no  il iiturhances;bere^si n ce -those reporled%ester.:  d ay * Dis patches! report t ho whole co ii n try  quiet.. -.      y i- :���������-:������������������ p.'���������-.������ [ 'p ..) ������������������������������������.'-: ���������   r-iy.p.  Lo n d on. Ma rch 2 S���������An ex pi osi 0 n o cc n rre d  at a-coal hiintri nt "'Albert on;'v near' lib ltb'ij, ..by  which 28 ;men were killed oiitrighj,; only II  ti sea ped, im t, t. h ey we re very se r i on s ly... b n r 11 eil,  and nearly, all of; Litem wii 1 ���������;pro'bably die, '"'���������.���������  <3^HboSvca������Vbe' seiniiii ,illS{^.e;mi8^^i'nid^^t  Bferker?vi I Ie.. Xt> is l ho la test sty le. of wear! up  fpe; tfipiii, nn,d'As$ori$ e^s^iuid^cb^niortablei  aftd lo^cheaj)^ -tllstt*: ityis iwithin tlfe*reach of  Jjft ^Parties; cap noyi;;.lie^ ncpomrnpdntedf* in  ^i^lwf^itbh'es/o F^;J6fen 1 tfr'try^ up"1 to ?tH"^ libfth" an^.  ';0:^lA P ri 1.' <:'nex UfflV Ww td'ria vp rices^'-Tbeh.  gti.aA-hyo, oh\ .Gnrib'oo.J.. r6 ,<i '-.t. ^.y-i y^t  ;|^y|n|ii,s^%m(le^  .'aj^tTh% n 101x0$ Ap. saye^ coats'^ X Ami |a iiy^p ni������;  fhi^g^il l^^aiii^ ^m|i u n d ei'signeii;'11 will  pteak,'hand'ihem'in'fo?rptiynie*nt.J-,:1<j' p:,'v''  '-p-i Pi! , , -"< , i   if-D.-SxiwAtx.- Dentist.  i ,<LTGiij!vi\G^}i;KpiiE^.r~MrriHarry .Wiimot;  '^h'^PX^'P Xp^PPvpi   wiU' (njut a'daiiy  Expjes^j   cari-^n^ Passejiirers,  L'Htcn .and.  ^I^,l> r^^^K r ^ 1,'y: b i; ^1 V< V^-B a rk^n^i I i'ei^a a'<i; ��������� Ri c is y  field   on  Wphim  Cvee)ip\o t VanwhiHd  ^iml  Shin ley  mi' Li^h1^inf}rfer|eK 'leayf  i n if t ire' fi ft t - n 1 e n I i oWeclVyJi acesl lit *%i" 1;; .in. and  the jfttterat .24 p.tn.iyMr Wilmot-hopes tiy  i������! i}������ rprinpi} yr^ 'cbargins ;<moderate  >m|(s;*s.uuI. e-Tefnl  ^iiun^0lto   merit  i^fitr  sli^iVrof.theTpublic p&troha^e.  ' ''*'-"' ;, " f< *"f  ^s^^ii'y'ij-t/i'j-������; '���������;";!; y:-^ y���������--';fyyi vypyy'yyy��������� *y��������� ��������� ?���������.-:  -MPphlhi^miA    - y lXy  mitt jbo maau'racturedvan4.^Dld^by ;; ��������� ..'W tt-jft"clc>i 4  ;tail iu��������� ita 'purliy^iiU^-'  ?.;'��������� v ���������*���������> rl; f>! ^-'-'y':.- ������������^  :--A- fy  ^ ;* .'> 1 .r-;' ',,..-������������������   IpMpp :p \ n-p  iy.fe  SMIkIm  yyv^yp'Vf  IPI^pgvl^M^ilpvii;  l''  te iTlTlSOLD   rAMD; AT ":  ������*fiyfe*  sn^������������^ni3iilii������^i^  ���������  1^.������fScnd ymir Wheat nloner' boys!   fig- CHEAP  BAT^-l v"^t^ s^iti^lact t������iv|guaraalti������idJant^nQ:!fi������la-f^  Soaa Cr^k, March 5,1S72.;     ^ ;, v uih 9 2m ,  w..^  '.;'.".��������� ;...,,-.,,...,-,::yEXiop,vvV: V 'j-.  New York,: 27tli ��������� StareIrAGIfcy of- Mex 1 co  ndvicea1 say] dis order and Eparchy prevailed  tlironghowt the Republic. Person and proper ty: ar 0 ;*atftr ago <i' >vj 1 en e ver E.ib e Go ve rn in 0 n t  troops are absent, and despotic acts are committed by tile authorities in'w������������try loce.litiep.  . :[00NT'.VCr.X> ON' 4th ?AGf--.J  ���������'A'-="'fflP*'- ���������P^P^t^'l'^^ ;'^'^*^iri!S'^ l>'?'';'1 at tlieiiv if ills,  jlx^^Willlam^CrecK^yr^eliv^tjt to 'order.-' ������������������ y '  ..���������.���������������������������...'.".;;���������.���������:���������'-.".."��������� .ii'-* .ijj'C."..-;. -vj-;:r^i"r-^'^j-,";'.i-"';.'!^r;.;-^. :. \       '���������".'-������������������ -.v.:-. ���������������������������...:.������������������';,'������������������.'���������'  '';'-LIBiBESt't|EaY  'GREEK-/ AT THE,SAME RATES AS o|  WILLIAU. CUEEK-: ^*.   '     ' \ ���������   :   _ '"'  '^Hft'.VihjK. n Piahing Macliiho io' operationi'.iiliey Jwlll'  also furnish -m ,������f.   ' yx - *-.- -, - : .;-, _,     * ��������������������������� :.      r��������� ���������  . DRESSEB>JiUMBJ3E:  at ^.il^Rdtefy rato������t'"'.;���������_'.' aall"���������  Bari'rviiie'  i-fttn*  *-M'  i-safi  fcv'yf i:  j'���������'/:'. *>^ xyP}yy!pypyo:i^yipXf:, yyy*P  Brtg;jtoJvnform|t^ci^  li ;iVe-,takleti' i\m 'wt'li'k uH'nipr\fn\ tsea ?;fti / Barlcurvilla ^  ^p; lung3 lavi^ably pairvuifjcd^wlilk* ia ;th������loccupudoa  OLMr.-N. Cuuio, f  ���������"-,''���������'������������������'/������������������ ���������-;;''< > -v.,yy   < ���������������������������    '  -r'  f  i'j-y.  !   fli'lij t^   \   mXmi    ti     Pis '0&   PXfi t ,  &i y s '4i iU\ l?f >;|,  s .���������rHy';riy,!gr(^;i  y  f.  ittv  t  '       '\>h * '"'i i ?y y^;r  cpnl tan tl ^lep^a^^Hci* S'  T3ie Lodging  ,   <t .v 5h.' '-vit'     i * y,,  * *������  ;  wUl|rbo]^ai.wayg^c'irdi!'uli^  Bcus; anpyemmmod^tlon,} proyldod^ for,_tlieir-; ens���������'  V-y\    ' '  i'-f   !*A?i"' l*      MiC-  Lymes'sii:  delb";  1.SV  'f:ff--  ^^M^S  -JAKE  -.'r-i.,'.:.;'^ '.���������.,-.������������������'"'' '.'.i-.*>'.'.,;'.:".,'':v';;."'''  p ;=y'^;-y! |^f:i^^^^te������ y'  l1' ?.V,.  vjy  jit:,; ja nliWJiys.Kur'i������lty() jvUh, tho.. Ue������fc,:;������r-ftverjriWBg  thatcan'b^i'nrocureii'itf.^aiffiSSff-s'^4'-1 'v'v. tf:"''-  .. Au.^^>fi.-yry; - nv;>,,^ v^^: y,y iyyyy^ ^  Boards -^|$f ^;|SE^������jBjji  * ..-'"'^'"j    ������   (;;   fy,   ) ���������-/J .^i ' '-it X ,  - ,<��������� ] i XX "��������� ,���������.'*������  i''.i;,.V!.i',j'   ���������.'.-^ '..-. '.���������:...���������' "..:':'..'-"'.:...y.y'VV'.'' '.?-'-'.''i).;:'j.-.:.!SV VV ���������;���������';���������'������������������". '.'jT'-'yi'i  :";'.���������"'���������  ;Singie/r"'Mealf t'^^rhhPz.t]  ;>!!:'  '"���������.'���������-I      I :" . 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TAWJCEY'  'OTEL  '.wf-Jfc.^' "V ';��������� J*!? -������^,, ,JK* "Wr***  Wssti^^^  XI X ,���������' Vj.  d; ;ROBERTSON    '      y  nEGS,;T0\a^NOUKCE THATKKiHAS-opesep"  ; at* Stan ������e^ PpP ''^Q^^I^i^^E^si^  .*;The-Table will' always *boj"JFupi>t|5S" *%vf������i.*"^"1 <>' **?.j^  arti oi cs ��������� that c an be got in: Can hoc j a nid' tho Bar. w ra*  tbiyy'iy^xxy^x'-   '''''z' '���������'"��������� '"���������: yyixvix.P:f''.'i'py. -:  -Finest .Wines, ,^ Liquors/,  ��������� r;..;';. ��������� ;*��������� yahd;;;Cigars;; [ ���������  P.te *uW (%(<n\ dt T^ast C In������.n r ��������� Or * c k.) -t  ' DSG.TO'AN^NCETHATTHEV*|Af ERp^EO  1> %>th������ ep"cfr^ Jcno^ii'aB ai*  :St.,^������rp^SakM������uT^lier^,t^?^^  -jjrcparedto.rurnish, ;u.;:..y.: .,'^ y;;;;.;':^ "���������>  ; m H "ijlb -i- K- pijisif' N i$Pp$i&A^S^-1:; ��������� ���������  i-doF'--';^fe;.\BE ;.  - "T!W'!,'b*AR '���������'���������"'���������;;f������rriTal)ed'-' vrvtiV -ine/ W������Jt*;?FftlK*:''  .LTQUOR^aad/Cf^AJtS*;.. ���������pPpypyP Ppy ,  Boardi 'P'M^ per-' l^^p-  ���������������  ���������ffWPt������llJ>H>.!8m!JBI SAT CRD AY, APfti������#li872> pp  ���������<���������������>������<���������no i ���������   i  '.     .-   -.-.-V,^;���������;'--. '';;���������*������������������-.',;'.'.��������� f    ������������������ii'-v.:--.   y^-i.;'' .-r-.i..'-. ..';���������.:"���������<  ������������������-���������'-'m-.���������..'���������������������������  Injnriother ccfe.mn|in t&is-iasp w^-p^l^f^j  for theI district;^whereby it is rend^ed imperii ve;;;tbath the; iheadingSylrOm; "i-tie differon t  fjaims , on;; Lightning Creek., sh all not > be  ^btinped into the channel of. the creek, tiut  utn8tibo; placed^Jn snch, a position that Vigb  ���������water, shall n^ affebt;ilnem where tlwt; is  Impossible,- to       be 'seciired by .mibRtanjial  *tr*ngtlr of n^b^ition^ numerously signed by  Idgbtntng Creek miners, nnd appears to iii to  lie Very well so far as it ;gOPP, but even if  r'*wri������d^;t-tbr^  .*1fee^ tlw object'  jifoposed by themsel w of prospecting  the deepi ohanneV irk thai creek. It is 'evident  lhat s^metm'ttg mnc  iioiiei Thegreat^jectappejirs to.be to dispose/ ofl lbe/:Mirface water .in such a way Jbnt  *Wf;tfe^iaiin& ^  y v- "���������.' ���������'���������'���������������"."**"'.������������������> 1' x ��������� :*i������������������ _ :L.--:'. ijj tr-t'''w*iv*'aULi?'***,- 'i'WA  nnJItHlimd energetic oflort on^the part of the  different mining companies interested would  in all.probability enable them to attain the  bnig-desired object of bottoming Ihe deep  chaDhel^ rbelow VanWiiikle. T^ere appears  to lis to bo My one plan more tbat deserves  attenttpirt. aiid tfwt ?a the application of sieani  poweT;������������������'but there wonid seem to be: biit little  chance of any effort being made in that direction this season. Hence the weeessity of some  coinUHned effort being. made : to prospect a  most importantsection of theininihgAground  of this district, on n/creek .^^h'in'alPprbbV  ability in lis hidden and nn prospected depths  is possessed of untold and fabulous weal tb.;  --"NEW^DVK'RtrSEMENTSr  '^3u  ,���������  Iftl  INDEMNITY TO MEMBERS.  *We see;|by onei of the last telegrwhs that  the,mileage allowed to members of tbo Legislative Assembly has been 'increased from 15  to25 cents ������per mile; This,-w^: suppose, has  been a "fcind"bf "sop; ad mi nist ered to; the suffer-  ing members by; tbe Ministen-al��������� ^Esciilapius  to'xJo������Boieihe, wounded -feelings which1 they  appear to have - experienced after the ejgbt  dollar a day mo ve cariie to such an pntiuiely  g||g|p|%  ife  ^^^^^^^^  BUS  jgjpl  tiB  KiSfeEJ  Bllii  and nn welcome Vended : will' prob'abf y lie  way^dbini-^  it 4ir? -La^ClfohcaV^  /^a^ity;*^  ywaief.:-: Tb^arr^ouit; ttiisiobjectproperly the.  'Viotttia'ti^^  ibmfc^bcesswy^ tb^ie contr  y Tinsel -tlio.;;"-!!iffereiit  I T5flcb cbifripan^; could thus pay its proportion  ���������of every;i 100 feet is laid; prmighUnv^the  ;-^w&o^  "::$**t!^  ft^f-ifte^M  I %^npej:of��������� a fbreman.; appojijt'ejd' j hjp ^.^bbard of  Ci^e6t^S;icbri8isU  ;V$coiB^  ;i'������^proftAn^ '{8 ,"r" ^"  y *e������i; its .i.Wnv.*^^ of-coiirs^^  suchi .companyiijaidj iJtsVown";section of the  iliime;- ylt might even be eiquitable that some  , Wompanjee; ^o^Mioul^pay, and wppld con-  ^eii^W^ny^ro^bl^ of  the expenses of construction, .for it would  ^emyevident enough; that they, would ^e  p^eirefit^Hi^the^xtentof -tbeywatercvn^ off  *'Hy(tli* ffunie^which^a^presen  the ground and\ flows down to their claims on  ^/IheJied-rocWv^ ^c^:ft J^5 n?  :   ibis could easily be settled by arbitrators appointed byjthe^ Flumiv;^ Conrpany and ihe;drf-  * %eren t m ining -com pan ies strpposed ip. b e ben -  y������������fltted in lhat manner.   The initiatory step to  1>e taken in a niatter of this kind would seem  I ��������� "(f b; tip io^cal I{b' meefing i)f tbe ehareboldersof  t lt������ different com pan ies ��������� in t crested a t some  convenient place, and'then; and there detbr-  -iriine upon tlie.best meaniB of carrying out the  .: ..-<leflired._en.d., ���������TheyGo\i\_ Commissioner's as-  .^iiSance'niigbt^^^ P!������*-  pose of calling together the shareholders, and  ^vbatlhe.niajonty of the shareholders in tbe  ;: ittfferent cVdims decided upon doing he would  :^io doubt aid them in executinir, as far as lay  in his power or within his jurisdiction, by issuing orders or enforcing their just demands  ������������������'��������� wheo caiied .upon.-to <i������ ������oJudicially.  Relow  the ������anconwr lewerllitie, where clay is first  found, it will also be found that only two out  of/<.tbree -companies can utilize the water in  -��������� ��������� tjonsequeaee of. tbe shbr.tiwfsS; of. the claims^  und of their water privilege only extending  from tbe bead to the lower line of their claim.  ]f wtnp of these companies amalgamated this  ditliculty would.be owrcbfno,.andfthe8hare-  ,: holders would not.find the expense of prospecting bo onerous. These remarks are' oI  course merely offered by us as so many suggestions, and in no spirit of dictation or;interfere hce, to our Lightning Creek friends.  It is probable that all claims in that locality  this year- will have to be ftitty represented.]  * snd it'will be a great pity if so much labor is  ngain thrown away as hns heretofore been  -done on disconnected, profitless, und ex pen  ���������eire wfti'k,or in shepherding.ckiuis,- when.an  subject bf;^  duced a Parliamentary crisis.^ arid nearly led  to the break Op of the  British Coluinbia under.a ;Responsiole;system  of Govern men t.; T be: in emb ers made am ost  gallant tfglrt-'for^  'ApA lwUer^aiu^ gs? vbiit.���������;have  nbtsncceededtb^^l^^^^  of tinim.^r^  .ibose'rinembers', wiio go^fi^in'a; distance, and  who haye^tp liyoaithe^  atexjjAsiyeb^  priyiite lodgings 'for the; space of^ sayi^jxty  days, should: in some way be better; rVmunei>  ated; than :tbose whovnro ppssessed;o? Atesi-  4encW!at^^!ca^ital^an  their usual ayocbtioas. -v^e^j wayyx)  ibis lias beeriladb'p'tedp^  mileage-^liis^il;^  Tioni overymitiI anolber��������� sessioiiX*jbfiit; wb;fan6y  only un ti I then.   Mem tiers v. Ill by tha t ti me  have interviewed their ���������constituencies; or ,that  part :of; them, -which is easiest satisfied, and  wHl; go - back to : the cp nflict witli retibwed  strength and vigor;  and woe betide thej'uian  who holds;tbo public purse-strings!  for be  will then findJ.batlie is surrounded by ajbun-  ���������gry-orpwd^.wbo^ias the roaring lion Wbbliaith  once tasted human flesh is possessed wjth an  nsatiable*craving for more, will not be.satis-  fied until they have obtained the whole carcase. .[     \ yi ip��������� i'...     ;.,.-... v. ...v.v  ;':~"  : NEW ADVERTISEMENTS: ^rr"  We   are   offering   tor   sale,  WyxMy Keduced Wholesale M  S^i;:and::Griished ��������� Sug&^  Goiigqxt, U.' S. and-Basket Teas^/;, j ;  Candles, Goal Oil, Currants (tins and liulk),   .  Scotch Oatmeal. Nails, Syr^PvCheese,    '[ ,,,'XX-X  I. ^;Boots,;Bacon,;^^ Tobacco, Lard, Bice, Macker-el.  Soaps, Yeast Powders, Sait,.Oranherries^y:  JLndai variety of CAiSE G-OODS.     ;;      ;  ^S^^;./Our' ;!Jfeia^iJ?Mces; On all kinds  of Groceries? Frovisibhs, arid Clbtbing  have> been: - rediibed; considerably; ;;:  >��������� ���������. .���������  * *���������.   ���������  SI,  ferM low.  8>nd 12 inch CAli;WIlEFXS,BLACKSMlfFK  SHOVELS, HGEi GOLD PANS, ;SLU  .���������."������������������* A' CHOICE LOT OF FRESH BiltTE^"'^  ,.<-"������������������     "... . .- . .        ..���������������������������.-.     ���������. ���������     ..������.'- i       :'      ', .'       .;������������������    .������������������  ;-.���������   ���������-���������i-.���������.'...: "...   -      ��������� i..' .;���������,.���������....;:'���������.,    j- ,' ..... j , ������^ - ,      .-'._>     '���������'���������.."  j-   All tbpsei \whp/wltt favor us- 'w ilJi  a ball are guaranteed c hma& gooiys.  KI  :.fci  .; 'jL'Gtodd Investments  FOR     SALE,  T HAT     FIR S T-C LAS S  Ik ...  *l ra ������k&  t  \W*  Situate in the most central part of the town  of Barkerville, and known as thu  PARLOR SALOON;  Large Specimen ! $500 in  Gold Coin!        ���������  ^UiMG'-TOTIOE,  the  Lightning Creek, above  the Canyon, above Van  Winkle, and between the  twoCanyons* x  The Gold Commissioner of the District  having received a Petition from the Miners  on Lightning Cr^k. unking him tn make some  Repruiaxions with reference to the Dumping  of Headings in the Greek,  "It. la hereby ordere4 that the headings  M from the different claims above tlie Canyon,  4 above Van Winkle, as well as those between  "+he two Canyoro*. s^eli not be dumped into  < the Channel of the Creek, but must be placed  ".in such spots that the high water will not  <��������� wash them away into the Channel, or if this*  "ji������'impracticable from the narrowness of the  " body of the Creek, that they aball be secured  <��������� by a substantial cribbing, as it is most es*  <-*enlial that the general Channel of the  ��������������� Credfc should not be unnecessarily ob*  ���������* strucied/-during the freshets.  Given -under my hand and seal   a  Kichlteld. this t'MX March. 1872.    .  ^Signed)        IT. It ISA Lb.  n p fi M Gold Com iu!h ibner.  The bfmse'cfintsiinsa Bjir-rnnm, Parlor, Tin Bed-  rooms niost comfortably turnislio'l, urn I KitclM'ii.  Al*������ Bur ������n������l Bar rwnn'Flxturos and Furijltare;  PaHorWuiwre, Bwltf, Bcdtlinj/, anil,Bcd?n������un. Furniture, ������������������!tec. , . "; ���������  Tho above.comprises, Table?, Chairs, .Glasses, Decanters, 'Carpets, tirst-cla.������s Tulu Ueds, Matjrcpsep,  Blaliki-t--. Hiwtr*,  I'illow.s  Pillou- Cases,  Crockery, ~ ���������-   ���������  *������������������.-  and ������vi������ry coavenience appcitalKlng*lo aSaloou and, 44Q   QhailCgS'* - ���������    $5  eaCil  ^ForS'urtlMT particular*, apply at lbo Sentinel  Office, or on the premises to        ���������������������������n   ���������      y.  ' S. V. PARKER, Proprietor.  S   *2LV.|   WfcV������  flS- All parlies Indebted to the undrrslgnrJ are re-  quitted  to call and nettle their twlls befum the 1st  utiv of   Mtiv next ;  an! all persons having claims.  against him*are reque.st.jil to present the same imme.  "au c'sebts rcnialnlnjr unpaid after 1st of Mnr will  be piueed in the bands ot un Attorney for collect -Ion  nariccrvlliei March 20, 1872. mbSo  The Highest Throw to tnke the Specimen,  the Lowest the S500 in Gold, the other* in  proportion. .-  The Unfile will take place at the ANTE  LOPE RlteTAURANT, Bkrkerville, and due  notice -will be given when the list ia filled.  ja6  > RtfSCRIPTiOSS ANtt RBGIPJSd K1I.LKD.  OFFICINAL  PREPARATIONS,  STATIONARY  AND  PERFUMERY,  PATENT���������& PROPRIETARY  MEDICINES.  Begs-to inform his friends and the public  generally that he ia about leaving the  ���������   Colony, and will ReMliiB varied stock uf  Teeth Extracted without  Pain  By tho ftld of Richardson's ?prar Apparatus   Killbrg  vvUliOoid, Amalgam and Cemeiit.  DR. CHUT,       -       *       HARKKRVn.iJ!.  mh9 lm  =  DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,  POCKET. CUTLERY, PR* GOODS,  STATIONERY,   and   FANCY  ARTICLES  af all descriptions,  At Greatly Re;  ������M  I  w:  Wm  m  m  m  1  I  m  MS.  I  'Mm  ma.  IS  Wm  M  H  m  H  i  &  m  ���������  B  MM Tft����Mo0O SEWMl>
[Before H. M. IS am., Ksq., (Suld Commls^iontr.]
*������....       !',.I,N.'KQUIT'y. ;   ������' :"\.<
PattkiWn  vs.  Wri.fiia m r Afxan.-
2ft to alio w Hi a lii trans! er w as u ece.^ary to
give him a title.' Where were; ho writing-*.,
and unless a partnership .was proved before
the acquwition of the. claim; by..defendant,
plaintiff cohld not succeed."illnviiig become
in ierested a f ter acqu isi I ii>n. n i ralisfer is ne*
ces?m 17 uintersection 2J>rof Mining Act  The
haha claim on Harvey creek, arid to show
cauHe why' a vesI \hg. nriier, shouId) not be
issued to transfer such half in teres (to plain-
iiff; and to put plaintiff in possession.
;���;.; tiie:Mtest.;NE^s. ���
 y P ' ..^(m* CREKK.     .-,:. >..;������/ -
- Soda Creek. April o^-On^the 3d and ito it
rainM incessantly/hnt it baa now cleared"wi .1 Mr Park, counsel for plaintiff, stated that
A tew inWr^ bound for Omineca bav<i parsed
up. "Considerable.float ke went down I hi*
morning,^ and11 hey. H ver fwill .soon be open.
Tlmroad over theCarpenter Mountain is in
bud order,owing; to the rain/ The fall whe^t
i n this diHirict U doing well, Hontraen here
jtipenk of an *hv1v start t<�� Oruirieoa.
' P,        ... "CLINTON.Pp,���/���/���;,./'
Clinton. April 5~-Weather cloudy and cold.
"���Last inghrwehadtn slight' fall ot snow.   A
lew initiern have, passed during the lust few
dnys, bound for Omlneca chiefly.
yp* '      yalb. p
Yale,April 5���Raining lightly. River
rising, rapidly, The steamer Onward will
commenoeher weekly trips next week.
��� xyy-pppip yicToiirA.     .
Victoria.?April 2���Yeelerday. we were vi.c-
3ted with showers during the greater part of
t he day. ���; Easter; Mondi'iy;, was observed���: by
rinsing the public offices and places of bus-
ness in'the afternoon,     y ���������!;> ''���'���
Tut) steainer Callforriiia arrived last evening.
pyPiXpyppP-Xy ppP-' Victoria/Aprtl3.' .-
Tlie st earner Eti terp rise sail ed at 9 o 'clock
ibis morning for New Westminster. Next
weok she will .commence to riin twice a week,
* le*ivinWherefilesdiiysand Fridays.ptX.
Ti e Wagon Tire Bill'was yesterday tiirown
out iii the House, as was also the Lien Law
Kill. Tbe supporters pf thetone bill.opposed
t V olher.y It was a tit for -tat sortuOt; game.JK
*'��� he1 Atlorriev'Gerieriil gave notice ot a bill
��� JOHX    PATTKItSON    VS.    Wll.UAM    Af.l.AN.���   '"       .l;   \ , ' y ^���,n "",���*������   ���       T rm
This was an action calUngupmt the defend- oesss ry^inder;seci.?n 2^of-Mining Act. The
ant to account for one half of tb. divi^MidH P1?'"^^ contributed noibin;. Wd now
derived from one lull ialerest in the Minne- \"&& tak;tadva�� age of defendants labor.
pr vhling tor a public cemetery for the city.
The I ..eg islati i re w i 11 be profro.
d v
prorogued on Mon-
next. . The Lieut.-CrOvernor  considers
the- business* before the House;���at that
���will have been got through with.
Utile Election' Regulation Amendment Act
pttsnetl yesterday.       ..
V:ctnrU.:April 4���Members^ indemnity in*
r�� a ����d from 15c to 25c per mile to mainland
we 41 * era' ab \ y e}; Ne w Westm i nster.
, Iim t)iiervi^.j leave^^at daylight tomorrow
tn rn i.g^lOr b^eena-river. ;    . :
���P ,  no. town is gradually becoming emptied
W *.k on the Snanicb road will be com*
iu   . ��jed'i in mediately.  .
The Enterprise yesterday carried forward
n niiinber of reaping, sowing and threshing
m i acb ines; a nd several p I o n ghs. i They are
mostly destined lor Yale and New Westminster districtSf,    '
Inieliice.hce of Ihe death'of Professor'Mor^
v is received yesterday. He died in New
York on April 2d, at 7.30 p.m.
, *San .Francisco, April. 3���Danlel Holland
���and Thomas Carey hod a discussion with a
brickbat and an axe. in which Carey was severely chopped on the head. .
.Capt.K light, of the pilot boat Caleb Cm-
tis,y was Knocked down by a aea in crossing
the buy yesterday, and had an arm and several ribs broken.
A woman known as Mrs Burkstart, living
at No. 15 Sutter street, was shot in the head
p id side by a man known as Wilkinson lat-t
nigbt. ��� She was found, on the floor weltering
in blood. The man made bis escape. He is
said lo have been a rejected lover.
The citizens of the 7th Ward held a meeting last evening, and gave a concert on anvils, fiddles, tin cans and horns, winding up
by burning in effigy Senator elect Sergeant
aad others implicated *in the Goat Island
.scheme. Resolutions were passed denouncing
aa enemies of the constitution and state those
members of the Legislature who voted in
favor of it.
liiXB Down.���Tbe teiegraph line went
down laifc nighVtuus depriving our readers
of a portion of ,the very important, interesting, ejcciting and intellectual repast usually
provided every Saturday morn ing by a bril-
1 hint staff of telegmplx operators for. the Cari-
boo SkS'TlXKL.    '��� iiXrsPP:y~
Pkoroqatiov OF TUB Provixciat, ASSKMlil.T.
It will be seen on reference to our Telegraphic reports that the Legislative Assembly
of the Province will in all probability be pro-
roguefl on Monday iiextUhe 8th inst,, it being
siipnnsHd.lhat. the business of the session will
h a r e hee ii': no i n p' j e ted by th a M i m e.
the defendant, in, co-partnership with plaintiff, took up one-fiflh of the Minnehaha claim.
and until the 22d of last month plaintiff bad
no intimation of Mr Allan's in leu tion of holding the interest to the ^exclusion of himself.:
Mr Allan was trustee for the plaintiff as to ihe
half interest/and had even attempted to p��V-
chsse it. nnd had claimed assessments oii .it.
One . month u(ter claiming nsi*S!��nients .he
closed down and ti led to keep the' hilereit.
Hence this action,    c
John Patterson, sworn :'��� I went into part
nership with Allan in the claim,,which waa
bought tor $160. to be paid in 00 days ; ��� Allan went, o ver to work the interest, which was
bought in May, 187(1; rtinVt see Mr Allan
again until September, 1870; we went into a]
p ri v ate roo in;aii d he lol d mo t he:; cl ai m j. had
paid for itself and expenses,. and' 'there"X was
$40 or $50coming to mep he said the claim
would be of no account to.both of us," as .the
partners on, Harvey creek were going to work
the day shift only ;: I said I would 'not bother
him in representing the interest, as it would
be.i^eless for bpliiof us.to be there ;''lie asked
m�� to selI on t.; I said no ;. lie ��� asked] U��e t��*
take an interest in the Gladstone; for il'; 1;
Baid no : 1 have lie ver told htm I would give
it up: Mr Allah applied tome last Sept ember
fo r.. $7 50 \ a s8e,s*m en ts'; i wrote ��� h i m.t he week
before ibat I* had no money; never heard any
m'oire from him until I received a letter of .tlie
VI d Marc li, 1S7 2; he: mad e n o a p p 1 icatio n
since Sep I ember for. assessmenls; the letter
of 22d March was the first intimation ihat 1
bail of his claiming the interest; Tthen came
tn 16 Coilrt' for red less.
;Cross-examined.���Have let Mr-Allan have
$1200 oi..riiy money since r<tJ5,;, I ueyer paid
any nooney for tins claim���never was asked
for any : I did no work on claim nor contri
buted any asses?*meats; if he bad called upon
me l would have gone oyer and. worked :
d o u ��� t k no w if ]: had a mi ti i tig I icense in /May.
1870; l never denied the receipt of the Sep*'
tsmber letter; I told Dick IJeighton Iliad
answered Allah}s Ielier ; I riever asked.AUan;
for a bill of sale; we were such good friends
I thought there was no neees-ity for it; I first
heard th���� claim was paying in February or
March before I received his letter.
Andrew JeiTray,���-About three days after
Mis Allan's death in September. 1870, Mr Allan told me he laid beeti; trying to mak�� a
trade with plaintiff���an interest in the Glad^
���stone for an interest in the Minnehaha on Harvey ; he said plaintiff yswwId not stand it; Mr
au'i Mrs Kelly were present.;
Andrew Kelly.���Heard Allan say he bsd
offered <iiie*half interest in the Gladstohe co.
tor one-half on Harvey cr��*ek ; he said Patter
son wouldn't stand it; (his might be on the
9th or lOih Svptember. 1872.
Mr Da vie. for the defendant, nrgiiedythat
th��* contract was ended by the conduct of the
plaintiff, who did and would do nothing when,
th'* claim was involved io debt.    In  Septem-
PlainluT must show that be was ready end
willing to perform his share,''and be bad
failed in doinj: so. ���': ;';. ii ���.       ��� ��� ��������� \ > ������
M r Pa rk admit ted th*e la w qu oted io be cory
recU but was innpplicable*. Defendant said
be was a truslee. for plaintiff, and then, admits
that he took ii port bl nisei f to upprbpnate t ho;
plaintiff's interest. ��� A cestui que trust could
always recovervhis; property, and if the de-
fendan t snccee<Je<l in' h)* contenlibn the equity
jurisdiction of the Court wo iii d; be neutralized. Plaintiff never threw up his claim, and
he was now suing, not to enforce contract;
but to recover property from inislee.' -^The
claim- In first instance paid for itself, and
plaintiff was now entitled to an account of
divitlends received and a vrstihg wi'der. *������'���*.:.
The Judge said he looked upon the matter
as one ol trusteeship. The defendant's proper
plaiuwas io have come to the Court.and sued
jor��� assessments wheh.. he received no aitswer
to. h is c I ai in. H is d u ly. w as to. t ake the p ro per
way of righting htmsvelf; and not appropriate
to his own use the interest entrusted to him.
The ptainiiff had ��� not refused-lo contribute,
and in this case the. .claim paid, for it��elf in
th e fi rst i nsta n ce, and 1 al ter I y h s d 1 iq u i d aled!
its debt. Ho'would therefore gire, judgment
for plaintiff.. yy
���Pyppx    i^i^ick pqurt. pX:-'[ xy yy
[nefora fl. M. Bajx, Ksq., !?iipcadl��ry 3Ift?htraie;t
Xi. yp'"-r v .   'y y ; \Tnuitsiuyi April'4.;;;
���'P. P 'i   UECtStOj; AS TOI KIGHT.TO HO AD. :  v i[y
. Thomas McCorniack.was charged by Worig
Choiig; a Chinese teamster, with' hnving assaulted him on Dunbar^ Fiat. Lightning creek.
1 AVong Chong ami Naur Singv two China-;
men, deposed that Ihey ..were driving two
load ed s leisrhs o ver. Dunbar. Fl at when they
ssiw McCormack coniinjr down the road : tbey
stopped, and McCormack told them to get out
of. the road ; Wonjr Chong said he was heavy
1 oad^d .'and told him (M cC.) to ge tout o f t he
road ; he spoke and danined the Chinaman
and^put his..horse on". o ne side of the road \ nto
Jhe^eep snow ; WpngChoni? interfered, and
M cC< ��rhi a c'fc: th en struck and b eat him;
;;(AUl'v Con stable; Lindsay deposed that he
was ip i; Last C hancWyp n t be duly o f the assau 11,
that Wong'Choiig came to him and said McCormack had Assaulted him ; be bad a black
eye and bloody face; saw tlie place where
the row took plsce on the flat ^thought a
singfe: feairt could go round:without unload-
ihg ; a doiible team would have tb'unlbad to
do the same thing ; the practice is for a team
going down the road to turn out.
Mr Park, counsel for accused, stated that
McCormack had o00 tagging ai,idv2Q0 feet of
lumber on at time, and was driving a double
team'; he could not pass without upsetting.
This'*was. however,.a cjuestion of assault:
When McCormack remonstrated with the Chinamen he kicked bira* and McCormack in re
turn.struck him.
;WaiteriFosterystated^he wasgoing down
with McCormack at the time ; beard the dis
pute about passing; the.Chinaman said he*
would not leave lor any son;of a ���; McCori
mack caught,;hold ot his; coat but did hot
strike ; McC. ;t Ken wetijt to lhe,hbrses[ head,
and the Chinaman lacked at him; the China-;
P, X, ,.- ^n^'NG;;iXTKM.IGl^ ;:
W!i;UAMOUKKK. '"'.''���
The Jnrierdale co.: p'��ids small wages last
week. The Cariboo en. expenses. The U��tl-
larat co, obtained 72 ot.ip Py ^
' / ���   ��"���!'- THK-MkAhbw'i''V'^^^--^'-;;ry
Mr Brown will liaVe completed;: ��even jeet
of the drive from the Lane arid Kiirtz co.V
shaft lo-day...The drift .is still in bed-rock
and tlie water is not troublesome.
'���' XX'P"; ti :��� ���VHKSQtt\chKK^xx-'Py'' iXyy
The Ambrose co. are still drivtog^ihesd.yy ���
' - *   .'       '-"J^OWaKK CRKKK. ' ' '-���   " "'
-Victoria m.last' week hot' quite expenses';
but.looksmuch better this week,? The Brown ;
cb. are cutting down bed-rock in their tunnel
to enable them to work: deep .ground, whiclt,
Ihey have found in the hill. '\tThe' lilnck Uult*
continue asbelore." XPX- -^ p ;���������" [p-yy ���������
4J A (JK OK CI.UUS 'Cf CKK V.' '' 'X X l ;
Discoverv oo. hre still prospecting and are
getting coal so gold.- '      ' "."  ���        ��� :p-> -':-
the Walke'm co. are' in with their tunnel
s&oui XpPX?rtX :y >y-':""'y'':-. ���'���'. ..'-; yy.'y '���'��� ''
-"uGirrNiX(;'aiKKK!v' vy "y>py'y,
The: El d orn do ' co. paid:' ab on t wages 1 ast
week.   The , U<iss co. are getting gbjid prospect*.   The; Attroray grou iid\: ;is ��� sold - to /tlm;
Lightning co, - The Lightning ;cov paid; 11 *i;oz.N
last���we'e'kV.V'vTb^:^mfilrWales';69 oz, and jiayo
stopped work until their * machinery is'iip;
th>ir ?n eline is finishedTy The Spriijce cb; hay�����
com pieted I heir *drai np'}���Tlie Po"i n'ti co. >w'ere ;
to-Marttheirwheedye^tei'dayV; and>expected
to be at work io diggings ��� on Monday. "Tli"
Victoria 'cb; have commenced to pump but.
water fr<un t It ei r d iggingsV (The: Vaii coiiyer
coi have let a contract to pump the/ diggings; ;
The Clark co.. are getting good prospects..-.-.
The Kleveu of ���;Knglaiid cw.. nre.stilljn reck.
The Van wlnkleco. is going 'ahead witli the
dram--;; ypXyX ii pypPyipypiy P'PyPp
y'-pXryyXAMAVpR VKKKKp ' '.'": Ppl- 'fpf\
The Taylor co; are prospecting. '������' ��� ; -*-
: ':.'������ PP.   r / ciiisitnijtt 'crkkk.^;;. PXpX p. Xyi
theSnowdoiVcb."'expect to:getbed-fbek In
a short ti me;.. are in what l heji;- suppose the
bottom gravelyPXypyp y.y[ prbrPPPii'lpl
[p-xyr CV^!NGU4r^;cnKBK^y;y;��.-;v:f;^:;^ ������ = .-:
Cunuinghain\co.yhaye: sawnPtMi\ppi. of
I ti mber: au d ���1 wil ly com mence to bleahvou t: ah
o 1A dii ch and si n k a w heel pit ^bef pre v b ui id-:
bev. 1871, the defendant was justified iii treat* man was, very insolent and. would do nothing;
in^r ihe claim as his own after the treatment McCormack slriiCK him once or twice after
his letter received.
Win. Allan, examined.���In May, 1870, Patterson nnd I \yere gelling out" lugin-inr, on
LiKhttting ; I told l)onald RattSih that if he
coold buy Smitlrs interest in the Minnie on
reasonable terms for me he could do so;
the kick; it wias necessary to unload in order
to pass; IheiChinamanVsleigh was much the
easiest to unload.
; 'p~l Bonyer.aFrenchman, correborated previous witnesses statement' as to Chinaman*s
anguage, and said a single sleigh could turn
Dom^t Lose :tuis . pppoirruxrrr, j^n.
wiib want to Savk.Monkv.���C.. A. Nollemeier
sells Boots and Shoes of all deacripttonH. for
Men, Ladies and Children a at remarkablyjow
p rices���s rtnost at San. Francisco [ rates* His
own made boots always on hand. - Rkpairiko
neatly done. Leather, Shoe Findings, .and
Groceries at lowest possible prices. Kemem*?
ber the Railroad -Boot and Shoe Store, Barkerville.-'-' *iXr4iX
Barxahd's Expukss arrived on Tuesday, the
2d inst., britigitig n mail, express, and the following passengers :--To BarkerviUe���Sait-
'derson Pearcy, Thonias Harding, and Terencw
lynch. To Soda'Creek---E. Bell mid Mr Con
roy. the down express left on Thursday, 4th
inst., at 9 ami., with mail and express, and
Father McGuckiti and Messrs. Hoffman/ and
Brousseau as passengers.
Rankin bought for $150 io two months' time ; out but a double sleigh could not; McCor-
before 1 left t told Patterson he could havei mack offered to help the Chinaman to unload
half the interest; he said, ���* All 1^1^; the
claim paid a small dividend and we settled
up in September, 1870; 1 told him there was
no sfood for both of us to be in the claim; he
returned no answer ; after that the claim ran
steadily in debt for wages and outside ex
penses; I wrote before last September Inquir
ing'if he had any.money ; he said no ; in September when I wrote the other letter demandingassessments the claim was comparatively
wortUess ; he didn't answer, and 1 came to
the conclusion to have nothing more to do
with him; since September, 770, until claim
paid, plaintiff never interested himself or in:
quired about tne claim.
Cross exam ined.���When I offered to trade
he would give uo answer; 1 will mot deny
that he refused to trade ; plaintiff neither directly nor indirectly told me he would abandon ; be never gave me authority to appropriate proceeds ; since my letter of September,28th, 1871. and tio answer to it, I consid
ered the.claim;jo; be mine.
Mr I >ii vie s a i d th at ad in i ft i ri if the agrdem e ri t
of 1870. the Mining Act of J8��7 *M?rred ihe
plaintift' Tl'i��nt this a'<jliotjt and quoted seetiun
hut he would do nothing ; when McCormack
went to his horses* head the Chinaman kicked
McCormack. and McC. then struck him ; Mc-
Cormnok did not. strike him when down.
Mr Davie, for prosecutor, said McCormack
was first to assault. The Chinaman was entitled ... to the road, and McCormack had no
right to interfere with his horses. The Chili a manrs eargo was also easi 1 y dainaged and
McConiiack's, could-not be hurt:  :P
The^Jud��:e;said he looked upon this matter
as a question of a right to the road. The
usage was that loaded *enms coming up were
entitled to the road. The defendant was the
ttggr-ffpsbf> ��� Helbok ho 1 d of 1 the Chinaman.
first and lhen turned his horses into tlie snow-
He had no-doubt the Chumman-would have
Hssisted tho defendant to unload his sleigh.
In this case there were I wo loaded sleighs
cbininff up the road.-and some;rule must be
o b served. a,n d t hat s tr i e tl y. The ro ad is made
more for single than double teams. If the
rules about passing were not observed strictly
there Would be constant squabbling and many
nssa iii It H, 11 e -.wo u l.d fi o e if i e X& e fen d a lit $ tb.
inolnding o*��sls.
AuittvA!,s.��� Mr Sanderson Pearcy, one of
biir oldest citizens, arrived by last expresa.
Mr Pearcy has been on a visit to his friends
in Ontario, and comes back to us. we liopo.
with renewed health and life.; Mr Thomas
Harding and Mr C. A. KoUemeier' also ar-
rived by the sanie express.
Omixkca.���By private advices from Ger*
mansen creek we learn, that the weather in
that district had been good. Nothing new iu
mining had been struck.: ;The capital of tho
district would probably be located at llow-
eltown. '���-������/ i: ��������� '*-' ���.'���-:' ���'���.������:��� ���''''���
-Mb Jamks H, Nkwi.ani) succeeded Mr. Jamea
Wickham as agent Of Barnard^ Express oii
ihe 1stinst:-'-.yy ^ryiyPpziXy^pxiPXir :i.
rpHE CO PART N BRSHIP Uoroi**or�� cxi.siiiij<: binwcytt
X    Kilwar*! ^Pra'wi^V.IJiiM'-'^^W'^i l.'init Wii lima ���
KrotUriok Crossly ha.*j this i\ay lieea ai<s*j|y��fd hy .��'��\
tii.il consent.-'       i-fr-'y.. ';��� y .". ���';-""."' :P.i ;.x't ������''
Tho I juiimo? s wii I he. ca rri" ��l on by El war<l P^'i rs< ��av
and Jam��* l\!.tr* ai,Who will pay ��II Ha bil\i ia? oi th**;
late 'firm ami oulU-c-t nit otttsiatiiUiig iiccounJH. : .
.:     .      ',y -'���������������    ���..-���-.JA-s'; pkaUSuS.-,-.; .-i-
.[���' pyy:y:y.      v. wi.iJ.r.AMr.r'.'ok^^ix..
!. .:T^rk*rrm^^r^ Ifiri��..is;2.���-**:/,; PP'-P..
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vyyy yyv;5yvy!yytyyy\y-
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TiflftHa; Califor(oia,;March 29���Reports from
muuetauexw!Jsexmesnaaasamn wa ufpuh
mand of. the region, says no gold has been
found.in the Black Hi Ms.; ���    yp p'i
; Xi^o^^^^p'^^eH ��� 29-^THe smaiI;poi
Uo8pi ta I is ;Crb wd ed to ��� o ve r 8 o wi n g. '���; \y cXxPl '��
y New ;-York j' March; 29~*A ^dispatch he nee
t fi is'' nio rri i n% 'regiVnli n g'' i lie 7 burn i ng 6 f the
.* . ��ooiu ou seriously injured. ''Tlsere^were -30<
.��� ��� Ju*avy sbocks;af earthquake.' ��� Aliont"50 bouse
y    were shaken down. .-'Will have lull particular,
Ppy hyv\i\l-t4r\noTVOV>'.iyi'^   ypy.   \ ���   Xpyp?:    -
Yiaalia. March <30���From Colonel Whipple.
; ;wbprhaajiwfc^ Yearn,
1   zihB ^foliowjnjfiparticulars of a'^Hwibfe eartli-
,       Jn .an instant the whole, town jW jasinvitation.
ObY. Whipple, who was in the aecond atoryjof
.::..-;y. ���'.,'.���. y   y v    ���;." ���   . ;j. vy.y;-y.y-.*;yv:*,v*v   ,.   ,. ^.v   ; *-fy y
'.Mihin^.Receipts^Geueral, "1 �����*�� ���-<    > .     8,252
^Licenses; vyy -y <������; m/,^:  ���   Jr��.;':W-4^ 10;I02
���,   ...���,     ...>    :"   ....      ���"{���_.���-.���      -    ..;..-.'' .    .'���,..   ,.,      ^
^yp&ei^2ili Agency;;" ippp
x; yyxX: % ^f �� y#^s^^
*;,.'   '   . James wick^am; ���)>
*v :���.       ��� 'RAILWAY ,COMPANY. ;, ,��� *i..
,    ,  1..-,I)cclan*dbyOon��i,ote8ettrFtob��lJ  Pp;
P>'y THS   ONLY-G0ei)/SAUCE   '*��� '
,-'*',."    s $150,459
Pensinh3.'&c'/t"' ^    ,f"    *   r '   fy    "   vii
Revpmie SfMTice?, exclusive of Es- . .Jvj-
^  'tafelishments; s  r  j ;��� .        y:     ^ 603
���'A'VI iii! .s f ��*..... i��.����.v.vV '2'el i T.. i'fJ'^-y. ��;-;--. ti. _; -_���_ ,-s. :���-!"���>.-
' niJtics;i.":MP,M'��ndintr of ��� un  lmmeuae chasm
*��� 'MnUe'mVuinlains'to'theeWto^Visal&fiBSoon
PPM 'flifesndwrdisappeurs.^T- MM       W&   '
*l p?ItysisConsidered' d'onbtfu):' At Independence
*-1 ^'onenniin waS'kiliedvahd^nian-y persons m6rn
f^^or ieas'inmredv1^!
v4oo late io render'assigtStnc'e. ' '   ' ' *''       y-x
v , ,,.   New,York, March 29���A -special  dispatch'
������ ^,v,:^
,,yWepor$] otf. t|).e'rbatUe,,,of tacatacas^atales he
. ..^ad combjned^ti^ all
* ..J^h/>utS.b6(|,tp^
v. ' /^ho^had ,<abbivfc the same^number of. Govern-
-;.���;:;:--' :-.nirnt troops';;i^ii,rq-a3m $$[
ypXyy'.,*800men fe!lkfi;ana won that
pp y'lthe etieitjysiiHvred equallyi      .,     .,.
P yPStiw TEranpwcfe steamer
f{ ^;Pr i n ce tA\l red * n rri veil: to-day. XyPyy. yip" ipy
r ^-;;i^ontiiiii^.BcUva,^thoiit; mnch.change. v;: ^ Ph,
governor Ito and other 'in e m berp^ ,if jt'he
:��� Japanese Einbasey, who arrived here ;tliU
^eek, leave for Japarioh Monday next.    Up
'-Moses? Hair1 Iiivfg'dratot
,v'.V'' -rrryy:^)y/ .y ���������:.'������'/;���
H iscellane'ou"s\Sei' vices,v      '     *���"'���.   12,215
jMeres^i. ''V-->;;;;y5; yy' '.j.. ,iy->>.^j;E r.-^^^ i^|8Jj|-i
'-' J^J^T^y 8|!^EP;V;' 'B-Jyy^
���i^.y J3:
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uf: .��.j i; ?, -*\ siWc 5upply; ory
y'-'zyy-'--x-y���''���'������������.;.ftiy-     -.,��� --^r-- y<;V4��tt; gooijcunrs, j v
���/.yictpria, B'C;}-24th January, 1872. ,     ,-':��� '��� "my��
r-r?y--<' X'l' yj .-''r:  .^Hv.:     .���'. ��. = ;. <* .   rai;t..i    -,,f   ,,"']''    ;,-���'
*.-:'V/?'M-T i"'
: This is to��ertif^that;rtunng-rbLSt;^.prin^iny^liaJr
.wa^.rsiphlly fi*!'ing o\iijm\l my,head -was tas^b^om*
,injr".balil,-.\vhVn;,X.-appliedtoilrAV.'O) ixtfl^S^Bjiri^r,
111 rkorv f 1IV j wh 6l in'-ji" ViiivWe eks rOs tn r\ki m v > Ii if r" to-
Hs-.U'no^rh(;althystato * fP* <$AViiiHGlbn(ftifr <
;yBiirkeri'ill^,Ds.'C. 2J), 1S6S    ^ '.    " .      .v^fihv^
: AiNP'-.STeEL;  ;���*,'..
-? ���^a&*',Ne w 'Gbtftls; wii I*]W receivedy ^ very
week during the seiison; P^fy ���!-'   y H1?
'ft;,*,:, it i i;.>.. .^^
.;, - -"�� OF'T6EVB;reT':Qrj^rfY.\V."-   . '.
. fyForsa.lc at tb> Store.of t hn ��n(fewIpn ed i;n Barker
yiMe^ppppsiietlic, Bank of^BrHisli,Columbia-.-���!.'.-, .,' ^
;'*���';���' ;r'" ������",--^ ���'l1'- \ ;::'*���"������   w. k^xs'ie.
"*��*!& Si
' f.;....; v
-shock of .ear t hqnako "Was felt all Padiibah' ea rl f
��� on Tuesday mornihg.    >      .   *     ' "'  "" '
y:^v:  ^
^artiiient of Dacotah;. has - addressed a letfer
y, y;^ Air jMtblic^ion.
';������:���  'TheVGehersl;^ region. is a
JnfiianhwvaiionVandihat-be ^||i present
yby prrheA -fo)xo' if; necessary any 'prospecting
1 SVl-S/Ceii'ts. each,, 'or.- $liO'
Our Agon ta ri t wa y plricenuse fill diiiffcncelnWif-ii^;
������&."'*   &Ai*��i'ISfl..
%t,' "r *.; Mfj'AT A"ND" iidUND/';.   ?" 1
:Fpr hoisting. Irom-^iningfl^
'-iit*i*e^,-.^w>*rt"iJf?XPS^- (0r';.tr:inssrii Ltiii^;-;':pti-wi?rV'"'et*c.i-: / ;H
?Wire^Bbpe^is imuch Cheaper^ iLiglvtkr, 3nd
'^tr;-?irnore /Barablefthan 'any othei^lriiid of
y '��*viRop6V.< '.,;���-�����':-' W::--"^�� ''^)'-v ���.";/;*-./(''!.; ��� ^sf
HallMie's   Endless^'J
";'f;;u( - -"Ropeway^ >;
���������������-* ,!���",.*���. OV'iroTnimway),/..; ���'.���.-*   y, ���',/   ���' ,  ���
Far thc^rlpi-i an; 1.,tentipinip 11. tr.iuspbriation -of .Ores
wh J .other niatorhOrf1 dviT, tnou nbiihous.a'nU di/Bcult:
roadsl v{i^urt��d.-Uy'^ 'p
p���-��� 'Patent j ��ripr Pulley^| -:*
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