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The Cariboo Sentinel 1872-08-03

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M>^ IMS' Wrn^rdilMprelfi1  ������C! i 'Hon, / ���������   '; - -     -      -   . -      Ha rnaru*'a Express  -'yiiif* .-V''./"-X. -   ;-;���������;  ;- ���������������������������'-'���������������������������d������'-.-'     <i������|ff  '     -viiff WestrntaRUr;- >   -  " ���������   -'-/: Wn..Murfty?^  >Vict'ina.^-      ������������������     -.���������"���������"    ,-      ��������� -.   Wr*\y������bs.tcr.-���������  =���������'!.. -IV PMh<ir/ -      -      -i'    -     *-.     ?!������,������-Ivramusco  ,gt";i^&'.C#g;*.i; -.-'-.-   u-   >yr ,   .^-;���������f ,S������nJnincUco  ;:c.  Elff  yslflilliSIB8 l3  o*r|c!^  -iVyoiyinjif^'iy -.Home Rule:question: which was  to hdye been' brougbt: up to-niglit. has-"bcon  ������^my^mX,:xyyXi0y'X;  Tfae rumor, tbat;ai:difficultyliarl^armenio"  Hho^ewv^Court^f^^rattdBii^^  eentradicted.;'   '-',y^:^y^^  ���������There swas, 'some debate-!jr'tlre"House ol>  j:/j������r*.l3xt!curwl '.vkli neavno^anMispatcb^i^'  :" MM^l������*i^JL^Y;^if f#72.      J  ��������� - i ��������� *",/>' /'^>^;u^. ���������������>?;^?;;h -/jrf'/;f^/;'j 2 -^ ' I ."/   .5  .>:,.���������:' /' "(S^rt'/v.'1;^-- ";i> >*��������� V ���������' ���������*("''' -���������"���������>������'' r������ ^".������������������'.���������"���������:- ;,/^j ]<^ r ,v.-v  .,.; '^y: Sii< !h 5 fe $ ek; /J u ff v^^Tuu nd'������r ato rraa/o f  ^miiusu^l w,1o)'jssjfee-Uijf^ J)ownr^d^-flAWn^ the  ,_ !������11^ a jL;* fV>^ ;^?*^ ������^//; y4b pjiiiiw^ayanugh iRtates^ th al.  .: :wh������n *ritli������d*Jioine,,rroinIthe.Sada'Gfee'k: ranch  -���������������.oAJha^.ta^flash ^f.."-lightning >ppea>retl to  i "E*^ ^^wefja,. I lira snt^ t'rejeti vs:, jflt*: tKSI'ihb rs e,  ;f a 1' 0 we;d.M Rt'ediatel^^bj^^arTiii^Si^n alio n,  ,-biu he.recetod ^  ^���������.4'     -5 ".   I ���������  .^^a^Ieni,u fc? VK tllU riua .Lake ,^o ������* the. af te r iio.o tt o f  ������v^cpihjnencerl. ������fji.|^jiatv������^^^;jf>is* *?������# ;^;/ j'1.?  , AOonuty CMrtHvTll'be��������� he!4 here on Moh-!  :- ;r.:, [;5^;;:^^:t  Yale, July; 30-^ulbe^ On ward1 ��������� br6nghfc������up;  Sp'(i^^r fNghV ea; SuriB^/;.^D.on^  ieami loaded.for -D. KUrlz^iB^Wy]Uei,:i8,'t.bti':  " ^pnirteiiW that has le'ft^iki^elOj';^^1//' /  1 ; BirnRfd'a Express left; for B&fcerville on  \ Sunday,aftemodn'wUb maila'ahd freFght���������no  pii8dengetSi"*'^''::"';. '  ' :'���������yf'^yy���������x:i''f",'^    X",  Yale, July,,'il^tio** "ihe Brttiah Oolonjst  ,0f the 2Cth .we gie.an the "foi-Jowl11s z ,.. !  -'' *6tk v BXHofe^By'":tti e -H fc airier 'CatUornja Slr(  .Oaresdie *reiSelve^ I alE the*tjmedal 4octrjneii ta  in conneefcion^:witli the. formep cootfictron jof  "Thomnu.St-even,alias "Stevenson, toother "With  the Ke.ntleraan's photograph.;;Wa^stake the  '"folloTriitii frornf a Calif or "uj^pHpef :;*; ';,;J'"... j   ������. j^ j^ IM bo.���������T ho in as SteVen '%��������� wh o -; "WJas  broughl?*Mt !;from ^ew^^or������ i:fe SSebroary.  .1SU9, on a charge of grand larceny., as one  Bailee, and eeateuc^d'to three year*' iinprls-  where'" he ti as'renewed las conftdenae; op>ra-  ��������� ��������� tionj!, Mi ng, $22M 1'r^.rn,, the^%nfe of British  ^orfcli itmerica^o bJfaliy ?epresaaitatioiba.   He  ���������tt4ftfO.0w.ia���������jailfin-.yjctpri^/^'i.-. !.;.:;..[  r -a *W*?$fove'meik:'^8,remanded:.:'at''>:������^iift>t.of  dencecofvhts; innoce  Idriua, wlucli feoug������ lSe*abo&,& .  I"'.*  4 "-:   ,.    CAN ADA,":-'''.'.'   ":  that"indianwnimisaippef .,Sinipsbh .lias,failed  to make<a/troaty/witk/tbe' Jpdl^. They.  ���������ftho*w/tie* d'mpositaen to^rea^ uut4 i)re^are  to stop aiming orations.^Trouble is ini^  " Johnsto.B7^'Bepatjr^  prSiiffemeh&felreMna^^rf  ���������tagt^iptC "^This���������';+fttJrmn^-ra*:prbe*'essioir;bj  1000 Orangemea escorled him througji tli|  .city ��������� to; the:pavk,:- whijre ;a^'|d dr|?||^|. ������g|'  seated' to him and/a number ofv: speeches  inade.   -     vV-j���������'./.."'./ 7 ^"/*:1   ���������!..':--:'".:--/.  levelling jfttblisbes ^long/fetter,^ r^coived/fbyi  kliletKorf^^i'vn^  ;(?^e.anettl-.thaQking1 him iri-the -most cordial  iitiit nli^ifQFffloi kindnpss apd Jgeherosity flfto^  iin-^tingfoutand^eniling'Stanley;^  lii^lBho^tiiSfe^no^M  ;UQn.^ns/rreportGd;:::24Ho'...final;-law.ardiha8.been.  tnad#4a 4he|caseo|i,th^ ^Florida:;/ tbe. rjepprt  iik20ti^o&$3n\y  tinMNeilssb'ri^ was ' marriedHo>London 'thh  ; \&w ?Xi&- {*Ty, z:ji*}\r %ms& .   yd^X} iiy- fcir%?  a  /j;^^7 .^gj, /^������;.?j^-"?aM-^ m,u ,"^j. vI%'s*i.;i>Tfr  j iM^iliNrkl: mil' u^^HlftH&tfGti yy/bpfi- ijiiV  \ b%Yi ��������� %n:, $Zv%% $ft-,*itittisp'2.0 ': ,i';o {ii:/.''5 *&i5l- ?f? ������irftj  t'v������^s;^na ^jus/^o' ������',-. v3Hvn ^|J |p-rtifQ^^4  |B%;t'6|h'formitboir;lTlendsjaHU#o^^  *hOTiali^ate^W������U l>u^u imnnispyn , Bitrkmm  faoiiSnf^ilriuly/pat^  filled, as an. oxostln'g-diseu^  was'anticipated.-.'' L     fcl.-. .'/v.^v..,'!  ; "Mu'driUV "July,, 2Jf^-An official report to the  department of ^Warli&ouncea,the total dej  ^he defeat;*f������y aiiotber-bandrpf.,<insnrgen.ta; is  ; ;also reported, wi tliioss' of three^-inen^ killed  ��������� ret .���������������������������;,' V-   ^-.v^l't. ,������   " <-y',y-:; y.y; >y .-'-s-j.  v������ind..many: wounded., v,   ,, -r^ - , -v^:,. ^ ....<.��������� ia-tvi j  ^^������jUOJL.^Uty  p a attornpyj irho. .eipeclpd /coacluah'^:* eyi-.; "throughout Europe  ;'-(;;^ari^.Jiijy;.27^Tisere is...a^ppvt; tliaiv thb  BiiK '.fi'Xtiriiale;ihieads. resigning;bis vseat "in  .bhe:Assembly."'U'\_. :��������� -, '��������� ,t ���������/��������� ���������'.��������� :'-"*^ '*,������ 1 *  ...';��������� '-ArUand s I i do* y esitcrday'on" ih'e1 rai troad\n.ea t)  ' Mount ^enis'obs^ud ted'the pass|ngerlexpress  train;.; ;No joss ol ��������� Jife^:: but the ; passengers  weue obliged to walk.'.' threa miles to reach  another;train;''���������:'. f.:yx'; ;���������;;"-'f'"^������s������*/ -���������: --;��������� \^  .y:foiris^Jiiily 28^"Iho'.remains-';of fihe Duke  de^Hise were bUrie^;-to:iilay^|:-i  present;^at ^tho ;fiiher^l:^were; Minister^Vash-  'bur-nd-ftnd GentSherajan, "J *:'���������*���������: v; ^4     j  LaBdoh, July: i^S���������The "presents received  ibjd J}feillssoj)i! on, her/ nidriiage ^anVouutedl ttf  iei.2,0^0.; ,;flio .Wiiieess  of��������������������������� Wales,, sent :a  diamendlbrafeelet^; ���������; si ���������'/ ��������� yi%.. Ans .:;;//��������� '���������"���������..-   .;;;  ,,'..Paras, July 28-^The ^^ French .Government  la tio n s w i th the 'Mexican; Gorer n ni en t. - The  death of k Jnarei- has.;i*euiovid the ;'.diilyL o()*  StaClC-   _    ��������� ':���������'��������� ; * ' ; . "V   " ,   |  Bmssoils, ��������� July v felh^Tlie ?��������� Independence  .Beige.states that awards in costs for daniac-os  done by prirateers Florida and Alabama will  together amount to ������1,500,000.  Geneva, Jaly> 2b--The Swiss Times confirms the report now current, that the. Board  of Ai'bitratloa has decided in favor of America in the casejpf ^tlio "Flp|idaj;jon";the grounds  that Che British Government did not use sufficient precautions to prevebt th������; departure of  i hat vessel from 1) ri t isli p oris. T he Ti ies  also Eags;:that;t^e^oaM ofAvbiiratioato-d|y  took up the cases of: the Alabama, and that  the Board has,, nbt'i*liowed the ;Cla{ms.'of!' 'the  Anaeriean Govern ment arising ^ o u t "of ��������� tb������  depredaiions/ot the Bo'ston^Jefe Davis, aid  atberConfederate cruisers, fortho reasp;n;ta;at|  the charge ot' negligence on the part of the  British;Government so far. as regards, those  vessels has not been proved.) \  , JDr* Li|?sngstpae?8  letters ar������ published  tVtt^|:Heilssolfe was^marricd^m* liOndbn^tbis  morning. .*. t MlUiHwfl^m,?;  ed   _.M  JFnd go- Pratt to cl ay. b u t can be-b ai led. ^Th"e  same Jmlgej^su^ano^P ^"svarrapt against  him /with bail at':^30,0 0(h at%BuU o f ^d|u ghter  of G^tnfSelihfte  $50,000 francs., v.^t-.^.  ���������Boston. Julv ''7^Tbe Board1 of Trade, tn  conneclioni with/the I city Governments will!  this^place,;supposedSo> n^hl^BmnviIl81 .Thej  Washington, Jtily/28��������� The records of  IMCTican^ari d 3BritisH^  ifncler.the Treaty of. Washington" will ;0e*; re|  mo ved: tb^NewrfoTt; ^Rb 6d e Isi and,; i n Se pi tetn-  rbiSr7?eMsfcf dr; ^ef sesa tor^of^iho^^^m  on,,i 1;1 th.; >��������� The}:timator^fyling,o)aims^ermi$  rSes;Noy.^.; r^^hurar^^  JtSJ^merican ojftyiiifc  ,-rr-  r-iff!!  .;������������������)���������, 7  ') ^l/W/^H' .0;l ;> ,frv-! ^<1  'f;.;:/110**;.��������� h*������lfk,t'   fev'!J i*3 cl  il A fee-fpf epareVl^to' fnrhlrlh' ?tam"6e.rT at '/their." Mills,  Ji.   William Cr.eek;,qr aelivcr:it;to;ordCi^:yy'i^;}-.  - ps ^y*������-i* ��������� s^r"/-'      ��������� ,/������������������ 'i'������''' ii '^?-j '? >f/���������, ; *  .'    /M;U/::'i>/"i:: .   '    ���������������������������'   '^fA^X'll/!  LUaMBER :DEIiIT^EEED ON.LIGHTNiNG  ore%������;j  v^;  HaMia^^a. "flanlnggUnplilno in toperatloa tbey ^will  ulso furnish ./; 4. ,"::' ���������������;'- -- ������������������-;-������������������:> ?;.*.:*:<  liui  BipiSSED LUMBERS  at satisfactory talus.  ;;,,."HOTELS;fiBSTAlJRANTff/&K ;T"\ "���������  :;|p  m  Mtf4.-.J  ;���������; .:;*;.-,  :''(S  ��������� :..:-^  ;���������  :;.'.-iy.-.i  ; IIP  XX-'  ���������   ���������  . yy:  ���������yyi  XM-  '������������������yy  ;':  I Jr.  .'';.���������'"������''  ���������--' 'S  xx  '7;^  'yyf XT'' yyty-yyyxXi-yiy \aMyi:^<y.y Xyy  iuinK^mnWnfcnbirnd&na-sbMlhiri'WaQle^  ��������� '/-  ���������y/'.yyy  *xxm  ; /  IP,*-..  ���������-��������� ,L'i';'r  - ���������������������������:-. j j'.������  /fiii  /;  ^s^m'i  ������y&f*V?fi^frft?* ������i"%i������0br A ,lr;������o X j��������� ei? U.  \\Xnyiy^XlXiiy*& yfiX0y)yiM^%HtXH -;-'  ;/5iEsSifi/i  ���������������;���������; j-^h/r ���������:���������: r 3umm~2ypij?>X.t������u^i^yi^$Xj  . ' ,fM,  ;:;"   '   <s!  ;/:>?/:-.;/^|||  , -/      "^  : -   y   4S5  '>...'"::? '"^(  ��������� ' :U  ���������   '//  :-i. .'��������� 'i ���������.���������".K'ii.s  1I|  that can ��������� b e* prochre'd in 'Cariboo.  ? h���������3���������v*x^^?i^^i4^;:i^���������ft'.v^;l'���������i^^^w ^I'^j^hk'j? **���������������>  Pi3igl| r;  il.;;?/",'sHOS::.t'1^'..'  ;?.ei-. ^t5Tr^.l>:!"a., TOrr������"r*Jr>.i������?S ��������� la ^o^'l^i  ���������y, i'ty^ / hi :;r(*fe.ir^^io:-;'0;l/??'.>lil.if'���������/j^^T^3P*VM  --.'     ��������� .    r. ...���������������������������"-'..     'n r. ���������  ' .     -      '''*;���������  j   .  m  .?.>.*'  11  (;--.^  ^ecit-  jisap^rior ?rticleitof;flay; which, j#a ])������ Mdfron\ ;jje-;  low, Roasted aiid Gipand.on thc;premiscs;Jrora um  'SfitElectedvhcriiesp'ah'd ^���������'otra'ntedfwefronYatiul  "jel7.  ni  inxxT.  a.G/OOODSON;  V'T ,ft/.-. :*J>*"i  Has commenced her Weekly Trips, leaving  Quesnei dri ' MONDAYS,/and Soda Creek on  y-y. ^FRIDAYS at daylight/ :v :/;     :  CP^SSAGIS, -  FUKI&ET, "���������"-  ./��������� *:y\M;*  lucent per; 1 b/  j^^-Goods consigned to us front below  forwarded-Free of Obarge for Storage! or  Commission. ������������������;���������-'��������� ^yX'  yyy ..' -,^-VMARVIN &^WElGIB,i; V  j ..^uesne^av 2,1872;    y-Xy   myll 4ia   ,  u< "SO TO ANKOUNCB THATiTHEV HA VE REilOVTSa  O to the spacious .premises ionnprly aupwa as; tbo  St. Gootge Saloon, whero; they will bo at;all tiihos  prepareii tol'uruish '    : ���������"$ '������������������������������������' y^y^-y -   r--'';,"'"v  ;:;    BQ A R;p' ' A N ������ '_ M'B'A L S^J; ;  ;-OF f ^6;-BgjtfT;.:^*^Y;!.    :  . Tlie  BAR - c  f urn is he a*; \vj Ih- th c.. fi aes.t \\\\ K ES  r^QUOKS and CIGAliS.| _  . :     _"'. y , \,; (   ;.,./  ���������Boaiftr--^ maeas  maaaaaasB  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  ������������������SATURDAY, AH7WST 3. 1ST2'  jL.  vmt-iBVbmEA������ .A*NF) 'THE;^GVERS-  .MKNT. ;/ :x ' ���������*/"  fare������ef the coilntry from fcfce Incursions of tb������  creek during^the occur recce of freshets, and  t|/ns-prevent an endless amount 'Of iSissatis-  ������aibtioa among the people of tblsdtstnst ���������  Aft intervals "Storing- the Inst-afc orseven  ^earsthereteas"been ������������������more-orfcss'excitement  ,K>r-distttrbance*caused in the minds of .the  i-/$edf#e<o? 'Barkeryfile by ibejaboding of the  vt*?et, and sphieiimes/some. of the houses,  . Yrpttvth^  . nmd fall freshets. "Some years ago this was  ^completely obviated by the buildingef a sub-  ^tantlal ^d-amrdr bulkhead, runn^ ���������ow������ ;be-[  Ain^tbeltJwnjWhicb confined fW course of  nhe cree*k/'to the other erfle of lire valley.  'The -space, however, between the bulkhead  Mind/tbe opposite bank off the^cre^k soon '"filler  t������p in consequence Of inrf immense quantity  ���������of tailings which were borne down on the  wafers Of the .creek from ;tbe &y<lrauhe������daim s  tabove the can}on. Of course, as soon as this  happened Jthe creek on obtaining any new  ���������fltoewiioli of wiater tS?om rain or meking scow  Tapid ly; f ou nd 1 ts. way <*yfr fbe. no .longer opr  rj)osing bnlkbead. and; as the honest miner  would say;*' made a straight shoot for the  ipwa;"; Where it of course carried on }**&;  v������^nifjc^ev&la to' the' discomfort  ' ���������-iand annoy an c������ of tb e townspeople;.' To pre*  -ventlbe lneuraobaiof'-th^ creek iii thie bn-|  .-'rp leas ant wanner the people'of the "town of  barker viUq have at diftereat times gone to}  ^lie\exp������ense of ;lbp^  : jpurpbse of repairing the bulkhead and other-  ���������wise ade/ptfntf measures for1 the :better! ttto'*  lection/el tbeir property, ft baa now again  trogproev^ .aOTneO  thing sboiiid Tie done in this respecfc '"The  . ^ama^eoccasioned to the^^ street during tbe]  tfcist spritig freshet has already cost the people  ���������of'this vicinity about fire Hundred dollars,  -an d; ii Bless a proper "B lilkhead bo bu il tbefore;  /���������the approaching au tumtt the fall freshet wil I;  ' *>fce/ upon*?; us/��������� anA/tUe^creek"wilt agaia; be  ^Tiinnirigriolbusly^ibrou^i the^srreeti, -Tbe  (question now arises, whether������it, is -the duty of  ?the people of 8ari:or#Ute to -coaiwnue malting  i these Trepairs s&dJmpravemeniB, or whether  f the ������ovefBme������tns tlie otely pafcty^onndto  -protect tbe street, which ia nothing more than  a portion of the 'great Government Trunk  vRoai! ��������� ? IPlie Yaie and. Camerantoa wagon  -road." ' "ft* rang t *be i������econectefi that ib e to wo  -of Barke*wilJo was laid out and surveyed in  rdne���������'���������:Torts* by* ^ie. Go^ernroect, arwMbeJota  were sold in tbe regular way to the present  -occupantsor.the,partiea. wbcim they legally  ^represent.    The wagon roaft   wa8'~vfbeo in  process of construction, and when tbe <?ari-  /v2>eo suction-was. completed.. U, was carried  ibroutfb the centre of HhW^owtt arad - down to  ���������Cnmewiton.   TSiis.tbeing the case, it does  -seem reasonable to suppose that it was and is  ��������� the especial business atid duty of tbe Govern-  ������xnent to protect thie as well as any o^ber .portion of the main bighway ������f the country from  C^estruction, and it does appear somewhat  r<surprising that .the people ba-ve .year.after  -year consented to pay out of tbei<r own pri-  ������-vate������poeket large Rnm3 of money to protect a  ���������road;foe the building and repairing of whicfo  ^hey^aave otherwise endured a most lieavy"  "4ax������ffion>   Supposing for a moment that tbe  rtown bad feeent-buiit on, lumber ground lower  -do������n������*l&e creakyMsose: duty. would it then  ISutsve been to protect this part of tbe road *  '*TJier answer4s plain.;aimpie and,inevitable :  *th&t4������fcp belongs.*&&������������������ tbo-Gbvernmeti^ who  iba������te Imposed an onerous taxation on the  ?peop^/#e great rbulk of which has been  3bor!ie-.bj.;^ dig-  tIri ct������ To r ithe purpose ivef -const rue ti ng this  r vroad and ^keeping JtiSa^epairi   l!he ;people  ; -^t .Vanwife]e; and! .81arfley';'������may ;vp|Ifr* equal  Teasbn be asked to keep the roadway along  1 1A%hirting Creek in repair.   "Tho liability of  ihe "Government to protect^tbe wagon road is  4ae same whether ��������� there*be'towns bsiM.along  Ita coitpbc or not.   We/trust", therefore, that  tfhe'juet expectations of 'thepeople of Barker-'  ^iile will not\be.disappointed, and that tho  The ALAni-VA Claims.���������It is now ^uitei evi ���������  dent siuce tbe k>Sirect claims were. Anally;!  disposed of that the Geneva arbitrators will  have no difi1cultyvin.coming to a very speedy  eonclhsion as to the amount of damage payable i n res p ec fc o f vShese cl aim s. T^ero, will,  of c ou rse, be an award in��������� fayor ,of Anseiica  for the amount of damage; which it can be  proved- she d'frvectly sustained from" the depredations of Ihe.tFlorida.and Alabama.'"These  damages are >set down by the Independence  IBelge, one of * the .best informed Coh^Dontal  papers, tit ������1,500,^800/; On the other iwmd., it  won W appear th at t h e nu m bor of cl ai ms ifl led  before the Bifitisb and American Commission  silting In the "United States under the Treaty  of Washington largely preponderates in favor  of Erigfotn���������, there being ab far ������18 English  claims and fld*7 American. /I^^TCsu^t appears to as plain��������� viz., the balance in ifavor  ;p| one country or tho other will "hardly be  Wdrrb talking rfbdut/! Had tho "Fenians raids  tiot :been fOoBeUy excluded by tbe*tupid  conduct of tbe English negotiators, there is  tittle doubt but tbat the, balance would; now  Itave been in favor of England. And so-ends  ati the turmoil and evil feeling that arose out  of fte&e'unfoTPtttnate disputes. v/W^aen it is a) 1J  o?������r -both ; i) a Nona will. feel /"better satisJieil  and more content to live ia peaoe and har-  ���������inony for tbe ta ture.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  N^W ADVERT5S-SMKNTS  ;. i)R; CH1PP received ?by l&et fife.  fjress'-SOTn������ 'ly'.       ::;  *r  we beg to ������all the attention of the pv^^  lie to the large and varied  assortment  lishment.  :.,.,y.:,,Al$o9\a large lot of Ranch B utter  at 371-21 -cents- per  intending  purchasers will do  vvell to give us a/call before purchasing  elsewhere*.':,..; /*-;/;  ;���������-���������=;; wbiA,<ean be relied on; Fersoiw ;  who have not be*������c Vaccinated for \ [  'some tiiae should take advantage ���������t  ���������������������������'-'  tbfa opportunity, in consequence of  . the rep or ted pre valence ol Small Por      '���������  in-tito lower country.  1 fe&^ Teeth Extracted juod  Q^efv&y FillM.      / . ^ ^  ^"^���������Prescriptions and Family Recipes: accurately, prepared, .      my 4  Auetion-Miniiig Interest,  ELDOBAJK) CO., LIGHTKIN^ CREEK,  NOTICE IS HEREBY ' GIVEN THAT  0n������4j;������ir or Ono Full ItHc*esfc ;4n Uho Eldor:������lo  Compamy-.on liigiilning O'rcok, owced by Herman  Korrao-xin, will t>������ cold by Public Amotion ni the Court  House, Kicha������Id, oa MONDAY, the ^9th July, tast,v  at lioftclocle 'lii������tbo forenoon, for Afiscssm en ts.  ';-yr,yy- y       y A/Johnstone, sccrataTy.;;;  S&yj&t:\m������,.':yy;..."/. ���������'*   . .j- y.    iju20jgt. f  j^;Tbe;6ila <tf. fbe aboye "hiteresti is pesiponed to  MONDAY, Aoffiisrfc/5th. at Bwkcrvilie, at 13 p^cloclc,  noon.': ''���������"'.������������������ ������������������'   ".'/ , ,v"''7-''/-  ; *. GEORGE BARNES, Auctiokeef./  Remaintjng in the BarkeiwilSe Post<OffiCe oa  1 s% Au gun it 1872. Parties calling tfor letters  in the following lie! will please ask ,f6s -Ad-  vertisedcLettwrs���������;���������/;.;���������.;; -y ,X,������������������/;;:.': :" /"//.  ;^overnmt^ si:-tlm JrrOvince will speedily .^cBride Jb������  ^ojitjueasur^io^px^tect the main ttw.ougb- ���������;-*���������.������ ; - - JQH  Anderson Robert  Brodie John  BarkerC^niiom  Barry Win. P.  Clarke John O  Coby Frances (2)  Solera an P  ^Curom lacs AMao  Cbidell Geor^o  Darroch ^onaki  Diron Dan^l ������������������..  Oosher Henryj���������  Douero G,.:     '  Dowlinir Rev  Evans H W  FlettMrsMA  Marphy John  ^Arthur Dl  McCeod Tiiomas ���������  Mead W     ...  Mswsent Loifin  Moffatt John  McDonald John  4 McKi n non Job a &  McKeg Donald  Nichols Wm  Phair Henry^  IBreusische Rag������/.  .Peiiow William.;  Prilchard Robt  Ren ton John S*->y.  Rowo Samuel  Barfeervilie,.ffury;2'6; 1872.  E.  Fletcher & Jlncanan ' Sti'achau Wm (5)  Hinds Tbonias" Scott John W  Hare Oliver  Harris Win/     /  Humphries John  Johns A  JefTry & Mi|ls,.,;,',..  Jenkj ns Wm. H {&)  Johansaon S.  Jones David    ���������  KirwinP(2).  Knight Hentf  Leslie John  t������ambert D     ������-;'  I/an������don W  L^wis Charlei  Sanders John  Smith .Robt M ;  Sullfvan J ������>   l   ;  ScbnbortH  .J5.teelR  Skym Wm    .  Thomas Rdwd  Thomas Benjtt������iitt  Wood Aroa (2)  WJlson Jas  Waimsly Chas  WildoL.;     ;,./:  Ward J B  Williams John T  Youojr Gyrus H      *  N BOWRON, J?<^iHa5torJ  A -COURT OF iflEViSION" will be held by the  J\ ��������� Kegjatrar of Vatwrs at the.. uiulennentUmud  places In tlie^cspectj.vel'olling Divisions <������r ihoCaii.  boo District on tho cl������y������ tcrein published, vi%.;  4.-^LIGETKTN^ CRBQS.���������At--Mr. LintlhardJs-Saloon,  on Saturday, 10ih August, at hall-past ������k*ven,  a.m.  ���������2: WVIUT;TAMS LA^SE���������At Mr A. S  Bates  day, lath A������g4ist, at One, p.m.  3. <iURSNELMOUTH-At Mr Barlow's Store, on Fri-  ���������Uayj 16tb Ati^AiSt,.on arrival of tho steamer.  % TBARKKRVTIjLE���������At   RiobfleM.Court -Itousi*,- on  ' 'Monday, tbo'19tli August, at Eleven, a.m.  %. KEITHLEY CRESK���������At Mr Smith's. Store, nar-  i   yey Croek, aa Alonday, 26th August, at Tw^lva  o'clock, noon.  ���������/^   yXi-'Xl'                .                . H. M. '"BALL,  :i.:             -:'' ���������' '            ��������� Rogistrar of Cariboo District.  . ���������rB!chfleMi Jalyiietb, 1872.        ' ju20 4t.  9  LI������HTJTUsTG- CREEK,  H/AVIIK3- feDKCKA^iiJ ^HE AEO*vtE  '.*..-' Mot������l from VMr JT, J. Bobertsim; bftgs Ui iufomu  the travelling public and tho * Miners of Caribou that  ho will do his utmost, to .sustain tbo well-earned ro-  pufcatdda of the;kwist as a first-class Hot������L  Will as nsoal be tornisbed with tbo best tho Market  a0ordc.    "..-���������- .- : 'r       ' ':  te well stocked-witfl Spirits, Ales, "Wines and Cigars,  Canada '.P^cificllul-  way: CJo^paiijrs-/  ��������� ��������� fublio/^tice;;,;;  TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FTOOIC  L Books of. tbo .Canaoa Pacific Rallwuy C������rnj������ nv  will he opened <������ the First dny of August nexi (l*������T2>  i n; th c IVovi u co of Bri t'i������ h Col ti mbi:������.: to wit: 1 ri 0������o  City of Victoria, in the hand* ct William C. Ward,  |-ES���������l.-  on Tues-1    ^Bc������ desirous of. ���������nuking application for St-vk In  ; the wild 'Coinpetir will pk������a������f a'dttrVks th-wsrlv.o* in .  Clio Province of British Columbia to the perspn h< rein  above numod. ..  E. LEF. DE BELLEFEUUXB,  f Secri-tsry.  Wontrenl, 24th of Jun.\ 1872. ju27 'm-  Ma-uger, ��������� .-- '.. /.. .  jpecrbtart & treasvr2r,  firAvn u.%.sa������ek, .    :. \ -  C'OSTL'USK,    -    ���������    ������    --������������������-  Makci ������ Wotys.  AVm. McCom..  J. Z. Houoq  i\  I'll BR KIT.  Tfra Cariboo Amateur Drama tic Association will pro*  duco, for tho Gr*t tim<>, on  Saturday Eve'g, Aug. 10,  Tlie new and popular- Pide-splUling- Farce,  by John  . ; '..::... ./��������� .-.:._ Madison^Mortobii���������.;.;... ../:...  Are comfortably furnished, and a large additiottito  the number <jifVrooms.is now beiog made.  Aro the.besst in the upper country, and Will always  be well supplied with Hoy and Grain. ���������/ ju20'  JOHN EVAl^S,  GB&YEYS AND PLANS: iEXEOXJTED  On reasonable terms.  <������&* Orders left at Mr KeHj's, naftevilie  .will ������b.e attended to.    -  ���������,     ��������� ��������� < : wyM tf  f / ���������;      - .  *...  W.i th tbo fol low leg east ei' characters; y j& <���������, ? -*  Samuel Pnozzlo, ���������.������;.-,    -      ���������      MrGotnar Johne  Mr Sprfggin.s,��������� ������������������������      .      '.     '*    ' Mr Jolm HudMon  Mr.CharlesMarkhan^   -.������������������:' /;*���������'     Mr I. B. Fisher  Lieut Spike, R.M���������   ���������      .      ��������� .    Mr J S. Thompson  Pounce (a Detective Officer),    ���������      Mr J. H Sullivan  Joseph :{a Waiter), ' -    / ..     Mr Frank Perrett  Superintendent {a Railway Official),   Mr John Bowron  Telegruph Cleric,       .      .      .       Mr J. B.: Leigh ton  Miss Fanny Spritrgins.   ���������   Flort'toce WIlsoo,.; ���������  ,   ,.t> . , GuarJs, Pusaopgeni;' Stcn &c,        . ";  '"���������   " / To et������nslsde wftb     .'  ���������"  4J������" For parties lars, see Program mes.  ...   .-'; ;..... ���������,-,-��������������������������� ' '���������"''    !���������������������������'.'���������.���������    ������������������:������������������:���������.)'���������.'  jBS^* Doors '������pen at 8 ��������� Entertainment to com-  ���������mence at Eljjht o'clock/"/:'.������������������ 'j  Tickets, $1; Reserved seat?, $1 SO���������to bo nad ������  W.MoCoU, Ass������y Office.  a LL PERSONS living, within the prcciacts.of Uto  :\.   Town of Barkerville are requested by   the Fira  Wurdens tu  and also to clear awav the LlNf*������nd other comHusU*  bio .matter from tbsVuoJ'in Ujo M$fah}*09hw4M ������i������  ptne.' ��������� /.; ' ,-,. '  H3t\imUI������;Apri\liyiBn.X /  "������������������>���������-  ^*9$������  mm  ��������� \yyyy  StECS  tsSffl  M;  P  rw-dv-r^-^-���������^. ������*" ^^/y^yy ���������;. * '..*������������������������������������������������������* il  .m$&'  to*m  30 K  i|������ nv  (W72>;  !<    U'O-  ck In  tfa.'l.a..  ������ifeio  ry.  ira-  pro-  J6lm  tins  >l������on  HVnn  rrctt  ifffon  jbton  com-  ad...of  THECAMBOOSENTltEL  SATOROAYr AUGUST-3, 1872.  i Fira  f tlie  ^EJJRGPEAN;;  London. July 31���������Tha American"fleet is expected to be.vjsUed'-'at Cowes by the Prince  and .Princess of Wales,rand probably by (be  Queen. ;Tbe Prince: will entertain "the Admiral and officers of the deet to-morrow, and  cm Friday tbey /will be entectaiued by the  Mayor of Southampton/      '/������������������//���������  Vieoaay Juijr 3t^~A Genevaspecial says i*  is stated on good awtfcod4y tbat there U com*  plete harmony In Board of Arbttratfton, and  a speedy'-settieaient' of ail questions "before  tbe Tribunal 1s expected wlthirva few weeks.  Geneva, July 30���������Tho Board of Arbitration  held a VareVbours'. session this afternoon.���������-  Nothing is official?? known of the proceedings,  but It is beiieveitbatibe case of the Florida  was underdiscussion.:/ ������������������/��������� ���������  London, July 30���������It is reported the General  BoardvbRsadoptedth������; following method of*  ���������disposing of questions before i.t: The case of  each ship will be examined separately; the  ���������arbitrators will next decide on principles applicable to each case, by which It ataads or  fal Is ; the deftn He amou fit- of da in a-je will be  'tb*u decided upon.but when the examination  of all the cases is completed the tribunal  will convey separate conclusions and agree  upeu total amount of daranges,' ' '������������������.' 11. i*/,   ���������  RomeV July 29-*The "Pope- will shortly; htsue*  an Encyclical letter declaring: that tbe Society  of Arminhin-Oatholicfi Is wparate frorri the  < 'hurch ,of'^ auder the  ���������liatins of excomtfiunicatior*  Th������vPnp������������;im������;pfe-canoDized*tb������;i Bishop hi  Jlnl timorean<5 .fiichhwoi'd. .;/.  Berlin!. Jiiljf 2J)^-Tbe' Ciur'will leave St;  IVtersburch towards the,close of- August oaj  at risit to the Emperor of Germany. '  London. Ju,ly" 29'���������Sir Joseph, O'Qonnell,  ^brother of Daafcl O'Contiel, diedtb-dav,  ���������' '/������������������''���������    'UritTRI) STATES.     "-  Ths TaLKOitiPH nuuBco.���������The usual  meagre report furnished us by the Telegraph  concern is published in our..columns to-day.  We/fcad fondly expected to bo able in this  Issue'to regale our readers with an unusually  brilliant report, but unfortunately our most  cherished hopes in this respect are constantly  doomed to disappointment \lt<ie impossible  tor. printers to stay up all night for Tele-  jrrapiiic reports which never come, or which  wbeotliey 3bcome travel so slowly that;they  are anticipated by Dame Rumor. Iri consequence of the utterly irregular manner io  which the reports are received, we regret tc  'state that we will io future be unable to sup.  -ply our readers with their usual Telegraphic  feast, fa fact, it is utter nonsense continuing  to take this so-called report. Whoso ithe fault  is we don't know* but it is impossible for us  to pu<t������p any longer with the; ia convenience  of walling for hours-for telegraphic matter  that never comes. The compilation and subject matter of. tbe report .has also been a constant source of discontent among the subscribers hero. It is impossible for ������s, however, to remedy that7, but many defects in this  respect would bo silently endured provided  there were some sort of certainty that we  .would receive a report of some description ia  reasonable time. Under the circumstances,  we are satisfied.that,our readers will agree  with us'lhat'it* is better' to; discontinue the  taking of this report, which is not only. a.constant .source of annoyance and-inconvenience  to us! but of much outspoken dissatisfaction  to the subscribers who pay for it. It may be  possible that the weighty matter embodied in  this epitome of news may in some way have  disarranged, the working of the line, and have  been to some extent the cause^otmanyofrthc  accidents that have occurred in tbe way of  '���������breaks*", and we feel strongly inclined to!  believe that there is something in this view of  tho matter, for tho line appeared to go down  or decline to work, or get restive, just about  the time it was weighted down with this pon-;  Wi������sluo*<or/^^  Semite-hi* nmVml information (rem Geneva *������**". w,������ Pfwaive the reasons for heliev-  ing in its truth are weighty, it '.certainly will  be a source of .satisfaction to those'among the  public who have pi'ivato.telegraphic businessi  and to the opera tors/.to-kuow; that the line  will no longer be 'ericumbered or rendered  liable to disarrangement by the carnage of  weighty,  unwieldy - and .crushing  reports'.  $...   ,       ,  .������of a a iusfrtcii������rychuracter in relation; to; the  Auierfeun claims.  NKwtouw.-Tbe Lace .&, Kurlz Cariboo  Mining Com pany-th&ve now'in course-of cori-  .'��������� ftructioa and rapidly approaching completion ������'- lanje  woeHen/'purap' eleven  inches  "~#qTri\r^rt,r he-worked upon the.principle of  ; 4ho .C<������riii*b pump.   This is perhaps much the  litrgi'st pump ever constructed  in British  Columbia,and -beingoi such large dimensions j  '���������lm* necessitated  tbe use of a great deal ot  iron,   not Jess   than   1700   pounds   being  used as hands,-braces, aud other material supports.   Mr Brown, the Superintendent ol the.  mine, bas introduced some decided improvements i������ toe construction" Of this class of  pump, the mast Important being the placing  of braces or supports of Iron bars. 3xtinctseM,  on the inside of .-tw working barrel, aitd under  the iron sheeting with Which the working bar-  rel is lined, thus effectually guarding against  sand preventing damage from pressure of the  external ntinospfeere.   Another improvement  in In the form Nof construction of tbe outer  -supports, which *W madefound, thus distributing the presaune Alike (throughout tho length  ���������of the Mipport, listead'of being made square  as usual.* This pump having to contend for  thri mastery wirti tho subterranean river or  oeeaa so often mentioned in the annals of  Cariboo in the good old days of yore, rendered its construction in the most substantial  manner possible necessary.   The addition of  this pump will undoubtedly douMe tlie pumping capacity of this mine, and .Mr Brown deserves great credit for introdtvokg improve  men ts in th is par ticu 1 ar branch* of *' meoban ies  which canaotfaii to b������t of great advaaiage to'}  tb������ miners efCa'rlboo.  RISING tNTEL,r,iGrEN"CEL  ..  -r s.--.���������-. yy WILLIAMS cmtEK.   ''/:  The Cornish co. wasbedfcp 15,oz. on Wednesday. The Casket co. averages from'4 to���������������  oz. per day, two men working and about.three  weeks work left. Tim Weil Mary Anne co.  (Chinese) averages $20 per day to the hand,  eight men ��������� working. - The. Bradley-Nicholson  co. have" washed up 120 oz. and plenty of  ground left. Tho.Flnmtf ep, have washed up  so far 300 oz., and Twill continue cleaning up  until,the season closes. . ./  -The Ballarat'co. washediip 16 oz. on Tuesday for two days'work. .;.;.;...  STOUTS COTCH.  ���������fTho'; Stouts Gulch Flume co. have washed  up over 100 oz. This claim is improving in  appearance.' ���������������:'���������:���������';;      ���������   y\ yyyx  The.Discovery co, washed up 80 oz. last  week.'  . ;������������������/���������:    '   : ������������������-���������.���������; " '"���������' I : '., '"  i.'X      '.; LOWHES6REKK.  ! The Calaveras co. have sunk a shaft 63 feet  and are putting up a wheel and hoisting gear,  and .will commence drifting as soon aar tbe  machinery is up.   -'-,';' ��������� -*���������  : ,= LIGHTNING CRlfittK.       ,  The Eleven of Kngland cp." aro obtaining  17 0i. to the set. The Gladstone co. is waiting for their pump. The Point co. are running  ahead, and will bottom tip this week: The  South Wales co. washed up for last week 99 J  oz.; The Lightning co., with four men working) took out. 80 oz.; The .Ross; co.; bavestruck  paying ground, taking out. last week 100-Oz.  : tho Walkem co. aro still driving ahead,  meeting with many boulders, but Guding the  wall'TOck on both sides.  8or co, ofTAntter creek"; a re-record of tbat:  co.. co nsistibg* of 2<I00 feet. ��������� . ������������������ ��������� -/  Lothair co.���������^Jiiiy 29���������Recorded In favor of ���������  K 'Vanvolkeobuvgb. A.* McFhersoii; James .  Boyce, Wm. Stophenson, J. W. Stephenson, J.  ?. Seuay, I. .Vanyolkenburgh, G. Isaacs, Johu  Sanderson, a grant,; in   trust for the Lo-"  thair co.. 400 feet of ground, commeocinjr at  tbo Wheel-pit of the Lothair co. and running:  down stream, anil 600 feat.commencing at th'a������  upper line of said co.,and;-running.-up. streant.  oa Antler creek; to form part of Lothair co.  MINING RECORDS.  '��������� ������������������.  July 25^Black Jack & Burns CO.���������(Conk-  lin Gulch Water.)���������-Recorded in.favor of the  Black Jack and''Burns'! co. on,Williams creek,  100 incfies.br the surplus water of Co'nklia  gulch, for the exclusive working.oif the Black  Jack-undBurns c'o/sI claimsi being worked on  Williams;creek at present, to bo taken:; in a  ditch at* a point at or above thei* Lone Star  co.?s claims, subject to the- legal rights.of the  Shelburne and United Tunnel co.to uso tbo  water of; the gulch, for hydraulic purposbs.-r  Granted by- the Gold ^Commissioner .for a  period of fiyo, y������ars, it tbo claims are not  worked pi it; before that period.. .  July 27th���������Wide West co.���������Recorded in  favor of Lewis \Vintrip 34tbs. aod-Thouias  BARsaRB^ Bxpkkss/left' Barkerville for  Yale on Sunday morning, 28th oli, carrying  a mail, an express, ass^i the following. ipasseE-  gers.:"��������� Wa, Kunckey, Wm. Pendra, James  McArthur, Andrew Grey, G. ProfH and o.ne  Cbinamafl, for Yale; Edward Shearer, for  :   150 mile house, asd R, Sylvester for Quesnel.  *. Tub M������inows.r-T?jo Land & KWte Co.  cotnnieneed yesterday to piimp the water  froni the shaft. Th������ water was lowered aliout  30 feet in two Ijoitrs.   Cisterns will beImmediatelyputi in as soon as the water is lowered  v,������nougb- and the new pump set to work, when  ' *t;is*������roifidehi4l3r eipecMI no,difflcu%: witi torn  ^i>eirleacfid ifi-nasieriay ifee! Sritat, '  future-to  scratch along without  breaking  down over three or four times a week.  Mkkting at Vaxwixelk.���������A public meeting  was held on Saturday evening, July 27th, in  Morgan;������ saloon, Vanwinkle. which/was attended by a large and attentive audience, to  hear Mr J S Thompson, M.P., give an account  of his-stewardship during the la*t session of  the Dominion Parliament. Mr Adam Prentice  was called to. the chair, and MrJohn:L. Muir  acted as secretary.   The chairmnn,afterii;few  appropriate remarks, introduced Mr Thompson te th������ meeting, who at considerable length*  reviewed-tbo won; of the se^l'on, as far as  British Columbia  was  directly   interested,  showing the immense gam which this country  will reap annually from being connected with  the Dominiou. and tbo stili greater benefits  which we way expect -to reap when this  province shall bo united te the Atlantic coast  by tha Canadian Pacific "Railway, which the  Rpeaker confidently expected would be completed within the next five years. He praised  the liberal spirit exhibited in Canada towards  the youngest member erf the Dominion, and  spoke in the highest terms of tbo kindness  whfeh tho British Columbia members received  whale in Ottawa.   At tho conclusion of Mr  Thompson's speech, Mr John Li Muir, in/a  few-complimentary words, moved *> That tills*'  meeting tender their thanks to Mr Thompsoln  for,, his past services as their representative,  and desire to pass a vote of confidence ui him  should he again be elected as representative  for the Car^o-LHlooel district"   Seconded  by Mr Robert Gveig,and carried unanimously.  A vote of thanks was passed to Mr Morgan  for his kkidness in placing his saloon at the  disposal of the meeting, and to the chairman  and secretary for their services, after which  tbe meeting adjourned.-^[Com,  Theatrical.���������We are requested to state  that on account of the unavoidable absence  of some members of the Amateur Corps, the  perforaiance advertised to take place this  evening is postpaaed till this day week.   The  piece now being rehearsed.is one of the most  popular ever put on the Cariboo boards, and  ffg&eic itt&\ iaay 'ter������fore ba anticipated.   '  Freed from the'killing task of carrying so  much'dead weight, we feel satisfied that our.  'uoblr^.Tel^raphUnewnisOo^ the \V ide West co.; re-  elasticity and strength, and will bV'able in  record,  \f...,���������...,-,: -...i..;r.:.   ,    t- COKHI.tN GCIXU.  July 29���������Queen -co.���������Recorded in favor of  Charles Paulsen. Angelo -Pendola. Thomas  Potter m\\A Fred. Baud, 400 feet hill claims  on-east stdeof Couklin gulch, commencing at  the Thistle co. and running irp btream 400  feet.; als o in' fa vo r of F red. Baud, 1 creek  claim on said g������Ich, the said line of which  adjoins the base line of the upper 100 feet of  the hill claims; the whole to. be knownas the  Queen co.    ��������� .���������    -���������.���������-������������������.;'���������    .  July 30���������Sledge Hammer co.���������Recorded in  favor of Lewis Wintrip. Alex. Clink. Edward  Wuttrip,-Robert' Wintrip, and Thomas. Allen,  five Inil.claims oii'left hand side of: William  Vreek'r commencing at the'school house dhji  running, down stream 500 feet to the upper  line of the Barker co., aiid adjoining the old  Chipps side line ; to be known as the Sledge  Hammer co. !  YALLRT MOl'NTAI2������. [  July1 30���������Huntingdon co.���������Recorded in  favor of A. Fletcher, J. D. Trejevan. N. Mc-  futyre, Ci VaiHancbur. John James, G. L.  Shepherd and Jonepb Devlin, each one interest (except A. Fletcher, in whose favor two  interests are hereby recorded).   Re-record.  FltlSNOU CttKBK.     ���������  July 15���������Recorded In f.-vvor of Jonathan  Nuttv^interests ;- Wm. Galley, D. Ercole, J.  Senay, J; M. Montgomery. B. Dcffls."M, Big-'  lier.each.l interest.;...and Felix Daousft, i of  1 interest; r-e-record. ��������� ���������  8TBVKK9 GREBE.-  July 17^-Recorded in favor of Ah Lee and  Ah. Chon, 2 creek claims on Stevens creek,  commencing about half a mile from moutb of  said creek, and adjoining upper line of ground  recorded by said parties on 25th March, 1871.  J ACE 0? CLBBS CUEaC. ,  '; July *24--Recorded in favor of Arnold Wilson li interest, abandoned by T. I). Johnston.  July 25���������Recorded in favor of John Rees.  Geo. Cowan, T. L- Briggs, David Jones, Dav^d  S. Jenkins, W.L.. Jones,,Henry Jones and  Solomon Jones, each 200 feet^ John. Davis  aud Joseph Min ton, each 100' feet; also, by  tbeiCrbiji Comraissionei^for the estate pi Rowland' Rowlands,' decease^ 200 tefVta the $#-  ���������   /COUNTY COURT.   ; ���������'=''  (Beforo K. < M. Ball; Esq , Gold Commlasloaer and;  County Court Judge.)  ���������Wkoxksuat, July SI; 1872.1 :���������  G. BvftNES va/J/Di������iiocnBK.���������Action to/  recover damages sustained in consequence of.  defendant keeping a mischievous dog accustomed to bite at and frighten horses'.'  Mr Byrnes itated tint on the 26th Juno he  was passing through tlie canyon towards Bar?  korvitte when he. overtook: defendant's ox/  team ;. that in passing the wagon,Intending  to go up a trail, on the side of the road and  pet ahead of the ox-team/which was standing  still, a dog of' the defendant's,'* in a bos .behind tbe wagon, jumped up aud barked and*  snapped at the horse he (Barnes) was leading,  and  so f ri gh 1 e ned' the ho rso tb at' lie'  jumped over the'eanyon;   TbaF in con versa- >  tionwilhthe driver of; the ok-team the latter  stated he w as sor ry for the ace id e a b but tbe  owner' of the;dog had thiasbedhini;before for  tbe same thing. ,;/;V ://'.';.:..: .yX-'i ���������,'���������,.'  -V !  , Evidence aa to' damages was.given by the-  plaintiff) James Leignton, DiVChipp. fiamuel  Walker .and Edward Ogden,������������������ ? eetablisbihg the  fact that 8ince:fthe. accident/the .horse 4iad  been addicted to shying and' was .'unsafe' ipr  ari-ordinary rider to. ride, and that extra labor  aud expense-bad been incurred by plaintiff ;  to attend the animab iti consequence 'of the  accident./ David Kurtz also; staged., that the  driver said .his " boss'' bad flogged tbe;,dog  for attacking ahimals*..  ' / ������������������} \' ,       ' ''";:*  ��������� On behalf of ^defendant; Antoinei a half- -J  breed,' deposed th at he; had exorcised ���������; tho  horse after- the accident and had.1 ridden ��������� him  .at the .races,; and Ahat the? borso. was, no t -.la'mo' :  no r "did he bol ie ve the, horse was/i nj ii red.  -/;  " Harry, the' deferidanl's teamster,stated that  be had never seen Desrbcher flog the'dog! for  fccariog animals approaching the wagon; that  tho place/where;plaiutifY;aUem'ptcdto.pasa.  Was where no prudent ni ati Would: bavb: taken;:  a horse j as there was not sunlcien t robin.4: i&  .-. Joseph Desrqcber deposed tluit:the;dog was  a vainable.aninial'; riiat he 'never flogged hiia  for barking or scaring .animals approaching  the w agon ; that t he plain tiff h ad ho business  to be where lie was in the canyon, as it.was^a  veryruo8afe place-to- take-an animaL��������� y~-*-..:*.���������.  . After an address from Mr Park on behalf  of tlie defendant, and the reply of "tor. "Davie"  on behaif of 'the plaintiff, the Judge briefly  summed.up."' ���������������������������������������������-��������� ���������-������������������        . :j  Tbe Jury.then retired, and proceeded \to  the cahvou where the accident occurred, and  returned to the Court bouse . hnmedlately  afterwards and.returned'a verdict for the de������������  fendant ���������'"'.'  liiuoos vs. SnRM>os���������Action for. S200,  money ' loaned, plaintiff proved the loan of  the monev and the non-payment.       -;���������  iy-'iV  Jpseph^nsou and E. Lndd testiSad.ftatfhe  defendant showed tlietii a roll ofbills containing $200, a������d said;she .had .borrowed the  money from piaintilf.       ������.". .   ;   /.  The defendant testified that an arrangement  had been������tnade by which she Wfis tor return  hero and plaintiff to pay hef expenses, "alril  that in pursuance of such arraogeiaent be had  given her tlie money. J ���������  Judgmestfor plaintiff. ; Mr Park fqr defendant . ��������� ���������' ��������� . '" // "*y  There were a few unimportant cases, all- of  which either went by default or were settled  out of Court'  ���������^-^asx*  Bartow's FneiauT Expk*:.ss.���������One of Par-  16w?s teams arrived on Thursday froin Qijes-  neimoutb. .      >  Amns-rMfiST.���������Mr Oliver Hare has ;iseii  appointed Cpronerfor the district aToundtbe  Forks of Qtiesnel.  ASft  (3-eneral Agaicy^  ..-  rifia ^:. ^^12,,-g^^BBi ^j^i|y" iliii ij^jii^'ifiiBa^^ m ���������!���������������������������! iuj mugwump 'irraaujBMfl>aarWBBai!iffff *  .   Q'arrett, i a^farftaos,^ bad accpsc^-a laSqrei?  l    jiaoied:Bodfigiifof--naking'the men 'dissatisfied  ^i"!h4heir;condition^ and of /lia-vingu arieuded-  ihe badcbmei^o/give him a,good th'rasbinff,  aind. in en, began, belabouring., him'-with, his  . 'ridiag-wMp/oontinning tord6~*o"ulitU^io������was1  <]uito exliausted..;w^e^^an;.on :tiio:foiIo,w;iD^  <1 ayZwVutf t64he;Supirin tond^n t o f the Coun ty  , Tolleelnt^an%nry"5<iWhoL refbxred^bJmCto&Jhe  ..?��������������������������� ,-->s, >������Vfro;-.������J&,^:,!..tt #.'"���������.-���������������; tfjw  ������*V.tf/'������*-tJ  J-^i '^-''Sy ?* '���������* ^r^.^ .���������; f 'i'���������  '^���������^.fr'jrt/ '".' I'^jn^v^.^; ;;..--.>'hj/A X&X   yy yy\  ��������� ^"vja&SttJ ^a]k;[i^i?;ncsrj where^ the Ma^saiilt  ^a^^biittedirifilr ������^orrJa ^rdad ^bei pote^  .. ^  tiffwfii^ Norria sea!d  [���������''i^y^y^tyyy ^y''^yy^r:m,^rum mv-ytrrt ->*  ;��������� y: tji at i bef qr& b & $ott]fl: g$ajj^me| i suni ra on s;.^he.:  ;,: in as fcsee- Mr Garrett;>'y CLau^hter., and-a >vpiqe<  -'���������*; "That's justice'T' -Mtj iN6rri*^told<'hlni  to  ���������:.��������� iV������������vi'A ...VifaVi'Ir X (iffovrt1 - Tiaivt-  '/law',   ond ' lin'rli/IPoW;  '.   '.<tispdsedrttf:'settie 'the'mafcterJ*f If-5 be-' pressed  the law a wummonsnmsfc be granted; but/fro  -i'', ;%\ y^fy. -y-   -"\% ?.?;' * (    7iv- ^t^-*���������*������������������' ���������-;��������� /-  ,  ^������;.::^-f^;-;- ���������^"���������^''  ���������>������������������.!: . .'���������' .;. ' ;;,')- -';  ;::;^-#ig������p������*^ill^  ':��������� ce^ded hi������chity as"a 'magistrate;" and 'thai be  -' x^yy ��������� yyy y'tyf^tyy yyy ^ym ��������� ymiy... y; yy y.- y  fol lowing :.; "A Capuchin; monk; wel^koOwri  fVd\ the riuibonr^'St/'j^fe^^ere'tofea  ���������-,     .-i^paTirf-1 (111 rirtnr. 'r*/>rcr������n'C r\-tr t\ Tt*ia <^r>!Idnr^������H 1-vrr  iioSthe Abbe Mich aud my 6 re via^jVJbec^nsa  ^heklbesnotfkhowrhisown ; r^d. t to, >jr^ Jules'  ^ne^ayVouodiiis^necH^1'itrjt^to^M.^TriieTsi  . /liis own work, that heanay read it over again;;.  i-'Sfifld 5tbi toniFraneocnajyfFallot; beeause she  /ba^sbditl^'bave('���������^ceS8iSQ<-foT''<toeit6Vc6U'eet!  ^liBis;",   ..."  !'^;:";:, f" ;v[! ^VV*."^-^-.-i.'.!  ';���������-���������;.: ���������;^^-i i.'*^������ - All-? >*.N ���������,, ;a (j; if-,- ?s;^^* r^ .<:..^u.n "!*    V  w-t.ft-iij ,i;.\f -ri./!.;  i ^^^fri^&r>;,^,^ fee; tj <,  /:;; ;:;^m^;/^/: :XX. M Xy  'lyynm  f&rrivi  jlteame  ^Amvln^ini^le^om  reo%^f?6t^witbr- ^ho^steamerT " ;Onward'ft ^for.f  j-Ne^^Wesiininsteg with tho H^BiriGq^  isteamer *������ISntorprise^:> ��������� * ��������� ^ "      '     -,-'   \  /;'myt- X/A*X.pl ^r^'.^viy^Wi r^&^t-^H-11- r';js  .^���������iThei Qaiifp.rnia steainers ;,1 eave.Yletoria on  the 7th and 22a of each month..-^;,-   .f���������,���������,,-v;.  ' ap27 3m      ;: U " ?\ F." J. BARNARD.  w'y.uXn <yrlwzhX>Xyyi)\y ..iihy^yx.^.) v-'i '</,;  l/������^������a:;/^M  :/;^///;/i/; /;: ;;'���������';-/;/ / ^ :,;\/::;: -;;;;"/; ;������/ >>; */t ���������; ^:3 ? x ^^ ;i;^//:.^f'^:^' /J i;^ v/  A/Barlow-has'rina'ie^arrangements-.,to. run a!  Mafrf^UTi-*.������������������*( vrt������rw-h^*U>y^ ll'^.^y.:':"X.X,y    ,,;^^"*; P-"^^jM.H  ���������!!S"M'**fri #-r'^ ^^^Uif'3^ir^/.ViMy."r#^^  /'*'  f^/r-'i^,^/' '��������� '-'\^;>s ^V//'/ ;;.' 'S-.^A-'.i 1 ?-H^^/ ;/  /���������i/<Tr^./ /Ir./'f xin <?yytx% * r^ *t" <;'/'������������������/'^"'..-'i/  :P-f'.^fi'nia������^room  l>'!^.,.;r"/-,'; /^f^ar; f/r'ri^'/^i i'K*i;^  tTha-,undefsi<rried? bocjs^::to inform tho"Miners  /*/y ;-,f ^^dl^jb^(^%liia! :B#'Hr;^;-tl.^^* -^  ���������-.ut? -vy  ''-ibyyn.iyy/ty,'* 7,j\\^?(ji:y s-XhU  *r* .,*^  ���������  ...''    -.,     , \i .'.^       , ���������������  ,    .���������*���������;, ������������������ , i. .-..,.  ���������'  ^ * ,  The folio wing cl ass of Goods, especial It se'.  ������shif''  r-aj  yyH^y^mr^^yX  yilyX-y Ayyy biXyy,,;.-^  >w  p^i������;;;^ijd;;'-^^Fim|||..|  y':Xyxytm  ?:.!>; V/- - " -^ -JA ^1!'J !-r^:"*i. ^ v.: p ^;r;/ U*4\<X^ -J  J " :" "'"'    For';iheveonvoVan<fe' of '/'  ::j>ciifK-< ,,^-tf   _H *i v'"JLii2C'i2*S.:IL''*3'#*:V' ^:- ^���������''--���������:s-f '.* *lCi  -,^//:;/ {".';iv ?i���������^���������������������������/- y?*-/ -:^j>!ft* '.v-rV' /: ��������������� '/; *s;/,  ^���������"f *'''' -'/:" f^r'^'^ ^ -��������� ^"'^?-; ��������� ^':������'"?���������''" i:- " ��������� ���������-"J';"' ^ -���������-���������������'^ J.-'i^' ^  ^f - OOmz&isstohs��������� o f; -all-rinnSs/promptly. exe-  pr^sa^A^|ncy ;tran^aoted  BarkervilleiAgetit/ ;-r*l   -   P. KURTZ. ,  ^ ^Qiie'sneflel'March 25,187^"     ^p20)3m T  :;:i"': *"// ;:..' r"'l; .. / ���������'������������������-.."':;;?;' /-.;/;;.'���������';     fv,-.'/"---'  m   ! i Vdil 1: / ?iV   J i-������ / ,/',"/, '"f \    ry\ *h ������������������  ������������������-..���������T'.'Wii'''.:; ,;r''*#y_ I'l'--i?'' -V  :  '.������ *.' .W-"> i ������������������>������'������������������ '':i, ''���������ipM1 ������������������'  ���������'"������{   '1 A* i "U- .:>-' ,,J; .*    f,   ���������������'. "��������� rt' - yfn   ; r- ���������*-.  J ^.i>:*t '".H);!  Vf'Xl > 1 ���������'>���������������* J.   /"f ������ "*l i' l< : .  '  '-  J'    - . >'"- ' j.?  VjniJi-fl-^^^K/^J/v^^  ���������ri>nt  ?il. '^fi  v'-' ;������������������;/ 'i?-^^:K:������M"���������'{Vf;.-,-:V.-w '^/5 ;>-;K w   hyy:;!:,  %?$**\}&*y\ ������-'ZU- \y*$%t$vim*y"klp\fiu. l^n>/,? fiss'Ui'!Rsi|:  ,"������������������������ jt^ *���������''.."'iwj  vA; fine" selection of -: -   ��������� >���������'../*} f  ,-iTH:->^. f-,i,v;.';A:fine������assprtiriient of -',v/-; //-   i  /:,/ v:T-;:t/,^/'.>v^-; ������������������/.���������.���������.::���������;., :V"^;i"  j^^'ife"iTtv-i>Vi;;^ ,.;;;  ���������v ;'t\' :y'i i&yjh: ������-.--  ���������:I jffih 'GalF arid exaim'ne f>prfee's!Je^s^ ; The  <^6&'wii^  .:> i \'i ������������������.-i;,J ���������;..!-������������������������������������ v--.>f v1'��������� ���������' ���������  ., ;.'. ;'-*.. ��������� ,-, ':-��������� :���������'���������-. ������������������ ��������� n i '  m'dfct-jJ 'i'y'ivSf'\ '-��������� j  , i ^ark^ille^May ;17./>,,;:^^; '''^���������.\/jmy:^3[;'{  fl'.PJrt  /'///  I *'rtjiji^  ^ ���������'^'4^;.il///������-  f;  mxy  ,yy\-'.y-iy.rXy0y   \\k. .-\y   yyyyy'W-:'--vyH-t-ynt;    ������  n 'iiMtiihtnpi fat* Fam,M/-u5er^ J>e������aus<yti  ?^ ^eia^ASHWGulONItTERRITORY^ft^   ..  ���������v/r . t^K^jqji^- f*i^in;A/>^^ :li^ :!hU^ ^W; "':  t^-H-^h^^fWX*ixibh^h:^-Xn lli-ff friitfMildib- ���������  Or CH INA^if JnformedpotiJti J^wlllqif,  ;^^xr^|.-lityfVv1thout;o(ln^d '  /^r^nJeV.-?"'!L^'*'iv<,,>^ v?'*?* -    /'/bh; ^    .  '.yy -yyyX   at.K'iyt'y^-. X i:yh^xy>'yylhUtitJ^ h ������������������.   ������������������  H>y.*j������A*f ������1-M*.'  ��������� yiyyy.iyyy uyyy?'������ ���������i?\-p7^?*$  ?<:-������������������$ #.Ui  mmi^^mi^Tl  "���������yy'l-X   \y y vy '.yX -y, y}  iy? -v  v Senaifor, Girculars5 aria xarnpleSjoL>  tho work.   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"tff|l'������^,',;*J'fOiMl^������t.".  ���������Mi      -^7  f:. ������������������%--: i   ���������,Vi^*"{fi*1������C-*M^   t������-".  surpass  ...;o,r:;;pr;ii^,... ,......  ^*" After tfie isjt of 5uiyf Goorls wi  11 ba  ^���������iiveied according to order on all outside;  Cr-eckri. ....... ���������; '  ���������^^-fiyftlfw*������ J*��������� s, ja72������ ���������   .v;;, x^ : ;  ���������  ,/ liquors.  -Vi *Y*"j  II.:;B;tOT;:\F'1)  Aii d-Gaol pels very and of Nisi .JVius wilt-he  beiil at each of the uuderracaLloned. places ,as  follows^ .,:;��������� ,.,    .,.: .:y. :\--.y: X ;."���������. >y.t}./*fl^A ��������� '  : New-'Wea'tminsterji'Wednesday, 1st May.���������=:  i'-l Vate; Monday; C3th May* -        =.-'���������/;������,I.���������r y >���������.   r  ;fIiy'tB>n,;Thursday, Oth May.        :* ^M^. > ^  :/(JUnton/Tuescla'y^Hlh'xilHy.   ./! ��������� ??j -;r:v.-  '.- Quesneiv'Saturday^25th May,  ^v-ii ���������/( v.; ;'  iiRJchfield; Friday, ^ihJune.v ";  '-.,;. :;;;v> "i ;!-  r. Richfield, MondayvJHh -Sepsehibec. -: / ;.���������.; ��������� ������  ..���������>Quesne 1 i Friday, 13Hi &ptembeV.' -. .;."..-.������������������  ; [Clinlon,'Monday; 23d Septernbetv '  .;;.;��������� u\,  Ly tto n. Frjday,<127 th$e p tenib er. . , R. y ;,���������.. j'  ���������3;'3Tale, jTijesday, Istpctober.   :       . ,./��������� -,    '  .,y.3?an sAssfcses; afc.^ejw' Westminster,;aqS As--  Rizes j tf' Kfj$ 'at N a n aim o aiicl el se w 1) e rt! i';to  be- :lieroaTter/ fixed a3; 'business; maj? render j  <rtecessaTy;=.^-���������-.;_yy  X-..-!��������� .'.=���������/;-��������� .:��������� *.- ^;,,r-.y/^>=/*  ;��������� Daied'Victor.iK loth Aprils 1872/,-i. --u &  ������������������������ ���������*������   i., *$f eoi;muand,: ,.;,-    *  ,,     , -  C/i,/^M ?������fm;:;..  ., ,,���������; <,;.. ���������,   / ., ' Fwflabial Seofe|iiry.'  ,..-. ,,'p,,, -, -..j. ...f--   v pel curat cd .-,l1-!..^   ^':.j*-������;������j,W  -wokck&.TEii'a  i\.������r-!*ot * iJcciar<J(t by Cdniioisscn'rktb be' :; "r  ��������� /  (|j:  Caution against Fraua.���������1-i".' succcKFor this  ni-oyt jtljiliciQUSf and.,? unr.lvvilled; CondiiiU'iH; having  causeiI octtn!ft ue������11rf1 t^uppJy tlie'ikih)<��������� '<>.\'uVPosce*-.  ������������������ic rsb ir.o (Sa ucoff,-H to, tlK-i a ��������������� w h in IV- rl or coai pooa tl gf, ilia  jju'bl i c .la., b or.aby,. i ntQrw������ou tii a 11 liv, t> nly way .lo, yro-  curb ilic gc'tthinb*. Ija'to(    ' } J'   '' j _--'.    '; * -'l' '���������'" ���������  5Ask #oS&i^ ���������-&;';PE^'feri^^  ������.h d 16f ses6' tliat tli%i r." ha rn es a r bf lipoii ��������� liifa #iwh*i������  :^iiitt.%&Toyp^;iiiju\r,tm'iiiy.' ',o* .jt'rwr^iiO  Some o fthe fore Ign ,m arko is. li a vi n $ ��������� 1} cen suppllei  \vitii aspiuHo'tfS^Vorc!cfit<������r.shir������1Saricc .tition''t'iiVVk'P-  pe r and la bc 1 s of w li icl11 Ji a names of Lt*a a jj d iVorrlu*  i b'ave:' been. rorgcd^. L; i������aii'd-V. givi;'ifotic? iIilit tfeey  ,Uar.p luruisbf.'d. their eprrespondents, .with,;^GWfr.w  attorney to tak e i c6 lan t jjroce'edinjcjs aguin*s t'man*?'  factuBKBSanil :V.KNDOR 8 o 1: h Uc 1 j ,. ioi' ii ay: oiher iunta*  ttiP.U8 byfwlii'^litli.e.ii^igb t ni.a.y( b.e InJi'in^od., i $.������  ���������* '3STain^ on' Wf^pfe^lMh^'Botmi' ri������d  Vi^tppp������urf,, ;...., ii:yy,i -Kriw.^j l-h- y^y^-li  , Wh ol ep al o an d f o r������ xpo r t by t ho Proprietory, W^^  ccs tor; CJtoKiifl a u d-*������iliic1c vtr'^lD'y Lotidb'tl; Sid' J"4ff������ J.  by (rr o������ era *aa d Oil^i c^a^l^'ri^.iA' -  ���������-���������i. ������������������*  la  is  In .  9  m  m  IB-  ���������


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