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 itaaaa  *:,;  Vol 15y  Barkerville, William Creek, ;B'.C.,;;Sat)irday YA-agusI; 23,: 1873^  Wm.  Tfl^CMBOO^ENMEL  Published every Saturday by  R tf B'BBT/lO/V^Ot.AY,,  Subscription,  -, -  50. Cents per "Week.  PATES OF ADVERTING.-.  For one square (one thoh),:Qrsiinsertlon,;  ������ ** one month,   ������  Fortwosquares, first Insertion,     ���������  ���������'���������  ������ *���������.-:    one month; ;*������������������ *r -   -  $3  6  Agents for the** Cariboo Sentinel.",  <.  Van Winkle. '���������:::-,  Quesnelmoutn,  Soda Creek,    ���������-,.'  CUnlmi,-   ��������� '  Yale,  New* Westminster:  Victor!^,   ���������,  1,. V. Fisher,   ���������  B"an&Co.,  G Street,      ���������      ���������  -,    -<!    AD. Mclnnes.  Barnard's Express  . .    Barnard'S Express  .-;���������/��������� I ��������� Baroard^Exprcsa  Y     do;       "do.  \.       '..' John Murray  ������  . .Mr Webster.  ~lXy   San Francisco  :   ��������������� :" '.-���������-���������'    '8������n Francisco  30 Cornhllu London. E.C  TUB CARIBOO SENTINEL   ,  Cards. Circulars. Posiers and Programmes for  Balls and Theatrical Entertain men is  ���������Bxecuted with npatnese and dispatch.,^*  Terms moderate.  deep-seated chemistry has done its work. I  also !ay down* this proposition : that givep  the deep-seated fissure, and given the deep-  seated chemical"action,'the form has nothing  to do with its nature as a vein, and that tho  amplitude or'irregularity of chambers id no  way militates against tbe theory of its being  a vein.���������[Clarence Kiug in Ih^MiniuYTand  Scientific Press. *  STUDY OF MINERAL DEPOSITS.    ;  Th? whole history "of. the study of mineral  deposits show that they haV^proceeded from  a t1rer).?ea'ed laboratory; "The minerals.of  wMch they arp co.tfij������osed. the mineral cop-  tii������u������tlone, Ihe chemical, combinations in  which- they, are formed, cannot have, been  rnsul > ������3tftnj)t by \W successive: in trod  of mineralr/Mi* liquids and gasses. The pre; -  I'ncr ������f gold., the. presence of arsenic, tbe  pr������������i������ncft ������f snlphydric acid, whiob has mineralised the galena, token together, indicate  t-.- .v������itl������r fioccfssion of chemical changes  v hich have gone on acceding to the best au-  th riiies io cbemico-geoloKy in all >veins.-  The peculiarities. I contend, of t'lis particular  deposit are wholly to beaccounted for by the  special condition of the country rock. Veins  in general, that is I mean  * .        TKUK  VBIN8. '  /  may be said to be the result of the forces of  figuring from a de*p source, and. second, of  the emanation of chemical materials from that  deep and-heated source.   They differ from  each other widely as to appearances, widely  as to chemical history, and widely as to shape  and form.   Those veins which are in the solid  granite, and in a large family of gneiss and  cnptaMne schist rocks, present the phenomena  of an ordinary tabular vein.   Those veins, on  the contrary, owing, their origin to similar  forces, but-created in a different country  rock���������those tbat are found in the volcanic  rocks, the porphyries of Mexico; tbe porpby-  lite. of Hungary,  and  the porphyries: of  Washoe, are immense'irregulaTvein*",;pwihg  to peculiarities of the textureiof the rock, and  the "tendency to conchoid al fractures; farming  elliptical  chambers  which   thosey volcanic  treks possess.   There is a third class of veins,  those where the identical ;forces bave acted  ��������� <ui'soft, sugary 'rocks; rocks'whicn from their  mineralogicai and lUhological structure, have  a tendency when met by a given force to  shatter in every direction;;Tbat- class of  stones are the limestones: and dolomites of  this worldi and5 the: same forces have acted  on these dolomites and limestones in their  I  metamorphicconditions.   The Jresults have  "been immense irregular fractures  pf very  great diversity of form, and a consequent irregularity and difficulty of following the ore  deposit itself. I contend that the sole difference between the three classes of veins ia,  that of the country rock.upon which the fls^  auriog force has1 acted, and through whiolijW  .'How Deltas are Formed.���������It appears from  the' observations of Mr David Robertson,  F.G.S.J that in fresh water particles of. clay  were held suspended for a long time before  wholly subsiding,-while salt water; or a mix-  lure of salt and fresh, became comparatively  clear in the course of a few hours. The results showed that water only slightly brackish 'hadagreat power in precipitating^the  clay, and from this he concluded- that tbe  great bulk of the clay carried down io solution-by rivere must be deposHed before it  could reach;'aby distance from the seashore  This may throw some U*g*bt on'the foiuiation  of deltas, and ou tbo silting up of the river  courses within the" influenceof the tides." It  may also assist in determining bow. far the  glacial mud, for -example,--;could be. carried  into the seas by tides arid currents.  ;'-��������� e   ���������������    ��������������� ".   .'���������' ��������� ���������  Profa ntty never diA a uy man the least  ������ood.-.-No man is. the "richer, or happier, or  wiser forv.it..; It commends.no one to:any-so.  ciety. It is disgusting to tbe refined, abominable to the good, insulting to those with whom  yon associate, degrading^-tofthe miod,tfn-  profkuble,'needless, and ���������injurious to society.;.  A Mixer working in a claim-in Calaveras  county, California, who has been running a  tunnel for three years in bard bed rock, and  got in 800 feet-bad to quit on account of ill-  health, and sold out. He went to work foe  wages for the new proprietors, and in three  weeks struck the gravel channel he bad been  looking for so long*  Registration of Voters,  CARIBOO DISTRICT.    A  k rnimT OF REVISION UNDER THE  A Ro^iotfof*������,.������������ Act will be h.l;l at ih������  nndcrfcenlionctl Polling Divisions in tne Cariboo District on tbo respective .lays speciliod;  WILLIAMS LAKE,  At Mr A. S. BATES', on Tuesday, 12th August.  QUESNELMOUTH,  At th������ POST OFFICE, on Thursday, the 14th  ;*���������:��������� AUgUSt.: ���������}.<���������   ...-,-,.,     -J..._ ( ���������[������������������       '��������� U,:  ''���������'Zy        RICHFIELD.  At the COURT HOUSE, on Monday t the 18th of  .���������-August.-. .-���������;.  LIGHTNING*- CREEK,  At the TELEGRAPH OFFICE, on Wednesday, the  IMHUvAugust.  HARVEY CtiEEK,  At Mr SMITHS STORE, on "Friday the 29th August,  TVii������ Courts will be opened each day at Eleven a. ro.,  w-M tS attXuce of the Collectors of each Polling  pivisioawUl.be required.  ,   : ,H> M ^ALL>        ���������  :Refflstrar of, tho Cariboo District.  ttMiflold. Jaly 15, jg^ jul18  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c."  rr-a-  MISCELLANEOUS.  Vaillancour & Hunter*  [SUCCESSORS TO. N. CUNIO,]  Van Volkenpurgii & Co,  Retail Butcliers,  BARKERVILLE,    R \ C H FIE L O  l_A������������-l  Beg to inform their friends and the public that- tba  have taken trie well known premises fo .Barkerville  so long favorably "patronised whUe in'the occupatloD,  of Mr N^Cuaib.-:,: Xy-.X A'AXu   'X ''���������'���������'��������� ... j;  The Celebrate^XXX'Ale  willbernanufact^iredfandsold"byiWholesaleand K������  tail in it������.purity,ttnd-;;;  X-.. - ������������������ yy yy -y  .-��������� UyU  constantly kept on. hunil.".[y    :   . / ..'.     ������������������'... U'..  The Lodging Department  will-be always careTully attended to, and the best  Hud* arid accommodation .provided for their cus  ioiuers     Y - ���������'���������,.".-���������'.s -ly.   - ������ep;  Si.   George  prepared to furnish  BOARD    AND"MEAL8  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  The** BAR    furnished with;;the: finest WIKES  liQUORS and CIGARS.  Board, -   $12"per "Week  ei7 tfm  ��������� P  U������Xj  DEALER IN  Groceries, Provisions and  Lienors.  Lists,  '^iiwkLff^SS&fittth Polling DlVisjons, who  SIS ^pa^oWTaxfor the year I 73, can be  ^pSdatK blowing place:  Court House, Richfield.  .    Post Office, VaaWinkle.   .  ;;xr���������t������mQ^  A ...'   ���������   '' Collector under aoad Ordinance *  ROASTED DAILY A^ THE^OEBi  ;    DEPO T    F 0 Ry,.  PIONEER MILLS E^TRAF^P^  A fresh Bupply of wbjcli 1ms just beep; -itf,  '.���������;-������������������' .  y..yy ' 'ceived. y y'4  A SUPPLY OF. THB  BESTQUAIOT  WAYS ON HAKD.  Iiuin1j*ei*l  e  ARB prepared to furnish Lumber;at,their Mill%  . _ Willlarn Creek, or deliver it to order..- ���������  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTN&CI  CREEK.-..:.        iZW-uZZ:  Having a Planing Machine in operation they, wtt  also furnish   -    yi':'���������      ;;-''   -: ':-; ;���������'; .  DRESSED LUMBERS  at satisfactory rates.'     " \    .:' "  COMMISSION, STOEAGE,  ��������� anDj ;  G-eneral Agency.  apl5tf  JAMES   WI.CKHAM,  Barkervilie.  Groceries and Provisions,  LIGHTNING    CREE  ap!2   ���������  THE AG-ENCY OF THIS BANK HAS been  1 -re-opened in Barkerville, for the. transaction ot  all kinds of Banking business. - -'.���������'." ;���������:;; ��������� \y ��������� y'  0old Dust and/ BaTs: purchased on l)68t  .terms.' . .<i, X-. Ar '>���������,:: 'y'.y y'^uy- x-  ��������� Exchange sold on Victoria,. San; "Francisco, New  York, Canada, and London, on reasonable terms.  ' D^po^its1 received for transmission to the Victoria'Branch. .Interest allowed at 5,per cent, per  atoum.SOimm^y , :-^^ yEm  Xyyr *r?-.-;.���������;.���������/������������������ '���������'.������������������:���������". '������������������]: ���������':'-.,;':���������   "yy -'    'y    A^ent.  .j ttarkerville. June9.1873.   : :     :. . A        iuMy  ROUSE    CREE  Delivered to Miners on the following outlying Creeks-  Antler, Ouniungham, Steye^Beggs G-ulc"h,'  .- ��������� oCO.   Y  *<AlThe (ioods sold at this Store will, as usual, be  or^&li^^^t^ lowest market .prta,  Grouse Uw������kg May 10,1S7A ������*i ��������� *"* ,.  iTOTTClIx IS ^Hereby "��������� given that Thomas  S LAVERY haiTretired from the business hitherto  darrUd^n^^Barke^^^^ Saloon-keepers and  ^w^rs^^he firm or .VaiUancour,   Hunter &  ^C^ilianco^  esrthe basiuess will in future be carried on by 0.  Vaillancour and Joseph Hunter^, ^U^^OTR(,  1 i:Witn>84���������G. Btrsbb,  y July li, g-^>^r:^^^y^^^,u^'l/a^^^^^^AJ^^^^>������������^^*^'  ������iS^--YrK.>^-  /  aasapm*  Xy&&ku*.  !*Sfi5  ,..J9nw  SATURDAY, AUG. 23, 1873., -   ��������� y  THE RAILWAY.  f^ There i^ A CBTsk^That any part of .our  cou n i ry men should be so deluded as to trust  to the lavish professions of Canada, or ooiint  uponi everyvthing, that* 'was ;������rqaiiFedf ���������has';  al ways, teoo a matter, of surprise to m ; The  history of the old Province of Canada was an  open page for all colonists: to; read* an^_ wein  British Colombia; bad .abundant opportunify  of .acqnatntmg oiirselves with^tbo pasi,;ob:  serving the present, and judging of the future  of^;.tbat^coutoyvyli:mu8t{o6^':.b"e denied that  in its whole political;record were plainly  Corruption    and  guarantee, English capital will be Extremely  B.hy of the enterprise, This is a low rate of  interest. Assuming|bne hundred millions of  cash capital to be necessary, the Dominion  would, ��������� at the very; worst, be called upon to  pay three millions annually. Whether the  toad shaU N built by the Allan Company or  by any other company, or whether it shall be  directly undertaken by the Government as a  "Dominion.work,,these figures seem to suggest  he wisdom of using the public, credit in order  that the;necessary capital may be obtained  ���������on the most advantageous terms possible. If  aliithe capital-necessary for carrying out that  magnificent, enterprise can be .obtained at  that merely nominal rate of jnterest.by pledging the public credit, would it hot seem undesirable; that it should be obtained in another  ���������way at twice that rate, or more?   If all the  capital necessary toconstnict tbe road can be  got oh. such terms, surely all doubt as to prac  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  written    Extravagance, r  Roguery^ahd id the annals of the Province,  as a. dependency,"fwere^^Inscribed lreasoQ;and| inability. and duty must vanish.   Who can  rebellion.   Admitting* that good ma'y come i doubt that it is/or the advantage of the coun-  ont of evil, it is only where the gopd.isa con   ^y-that" large suras of money shall be brought  stituent part of the evil that such a result can in and expended upon works, so, eminently  be expected. ; That any man; alter what has  lately, transpired^  to accrue from'the present; condition of af:  rair8,:fs a matter of great wonder tous. We  need hot go at length into'.'the Question, because we regard that as yet U would be prev  . mature*. ;Let>hei 13th of August ^peak;foX  : ijself;5lir t^ is our duty to wajt^  ;.; Already we: rear; ���������;; y.... -yZZy x?iZx Z.A- AyZu  ���������i" Ob al I sides from, innumerable tongues. q  A7--A dismal universal;hiB8^~-the sound .--��������� yy  ' AiOf public scorn.:/ .;-'��������� '��������� '.- '���������-''"'. 'ZZliiyly' t  ������������������' ���������[Mainland Guardian;-Xy Z AXyXyuyxXy A*  -   "u *v.i  * * ^- UX--.U  \- :     "   ,,.J  ta -ifair example;. of the A eccentric. sty I e of  J WfiUng indulged, ih: hy?. the editor j who; is^ well  ��������� fchown to numb ers of ^esiden;ts;ih; th������. pari boo  d'si * ribiAs 'A prof ound phil osbpher and c' eyav  joket.:  The wholesale -charge of .A iExtrava-  Yg������flcef\C6miptioii| 'aud-fegheryV  fthe'ventire race of 'Canadian-rpoliticians "has  u p r 0 vokeri^ * laugh arnbng - the  '��������� few who lad;t e*opportunity of eeeirig it in  Sprint before the insertion oi the extract in to-  Z0J!A-ISSUeyOf the:jSiSNTm������EL.^ r ry'i���������_��������� ������������������;- ;���������. ��������� * ���������. j  fr Z "Doubtless the^  X & ave reasonHe feel annoyed, at; the "tardiness  y6fl the-*negotiation's in: 'progress for;the con  Btruction of the; Canadian' Pacific Railroad ,v  :: but s.urely the expensive surveys undertaken  ; .by the "DominionGovernment, and the grant-  ��������� -Ing ;b fra construe fjipn ch ar ter to a responsible  company, is: sufficient pfoof of its desire, to  >.,fulSjii- the ..pledge; given, to the people of  YrBrUish^oiumbiain ������������������&?-&. ^ePedejraj Government may have acted rashiy In pledging  ���������tbemseive8 and the-Dominion to commence  : ��������� y the construe tion of. a railroad ,2700 miles in  :: ledgth kt an^ early, flixerj ^date, vwitliout first  .   being certain tbat the enormous amount of  ��������� money required could beraised without difficulty.; However,'; the;,faith ;.of. the country  wa9 pledgedi and it was the duty, of all parties to join io assisting the Government to  keep Ihe national1 honor intact.   But the na-  i^?"?!^?n?'' raus^'be"'sacrificed to serve the  - selfish.ends of an unscnipuloua political party.  The efforts of the Canadian Opposition to  ��������� destroy public confidence in the Pacific Raii-  , road scheme and blacken the. character of the  X ymeu en trusted with th e fi n an eial- arrange-  r ments, have been so far successful as to prevent those gentlemen  from  obtaining  the  necessary loans in the London money market,  and in consequence the Federal Government  will most likely be compelled to cancel tlie  .charter granted Sir Hugh Allan, dissolve tbe  prepent Parliament, and apply, to the people  for the necessary authority -to construct the  road at the expense of the nation..   Tbfs  course wilt involve delay, and- we may at  - once make up our,minds that the coustmc-  tionof the Canadian Pacific Rail road will nofc  . be proceeded with during* the present year.  ��������� Sensible people will quietly accept the situation, and wait with patience for the fulfillment of' the pledge given by the Dominion'  ::;fioverniuent, who have certainly so far sho wn  every disposition to carry out the terms of  union faithfuflyw   :     -V       y ��������� .''���������'.  IA'! The following remarksiof the Colonist show  bow the Railway matter stands at present:  < How the Matter Stands.���������There is;good  yeison forstating that tbe financial prospects  of the Canadian Pacific Railway scheme stand  ftiibstantially as follows: With the Dominion  guarantee for three per cent, interest^ all the  capital that is necessary-can be had, without  my trouble whatever * but withoutsome euch  fitted to open up. and develop new territory  upon 8ttch:terms? Under these circumsUnc< 8  the duty of Parliament ieems "plain er\< u th.  How: far. recent developments may have  tended .to damage Sir Hugh Allan's chanoes  before Parliament is another ques'tipn'.";;  ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..  N FRIDAY, THE  12m DAT OF SEP-  Ytemher nest, I will^apply t^ H; My/Bnlt, Esq ,  GoM "Commissioner, &c:, at Rich field ���������. British Colli m-  biav for the right of Record ot Fourteen 31-100 Acres  of-.Mining ground, situatod: on the East hranch of  Little Snowshoe Creek, in the District otV an boo.  yy--;yy-y -.yu���������::������������������ ��������� xyxv.��������������������������� ��������� william luor, ���������,  : .^mrday,.August-23,.^1873. :..';.;���������   .��������� *" . ..au23  I have been instructed by Mr WM.%. DODD  tosell by Auction- at Barkerville^. y- ...  ON  MONDAY,  SBPTJ 1,  187^ -  *    At 12 o'clock^ noqn,Y  .',;. .A ..  That splendid Freehold Property, well known  y:.i ���������'���������' .X as-YYv... '���������:'������������������'���������'���������'   ���������:.-��������� \X  BARKERVILLE, .     ������������������> -;-:  Also, the contents, consisting of���������Bar Fix,  tures, Mirrors, Decanters, Glasses, Hanging  Lamps, Clocks, Chairs; Tables, two first-class  Slate bottom Carom BILLIARD TABLES,  Balls, Cues and Racks ; Cottage: Pianoforte;  Chamber's Encyclopedia, 10..volumes, complete: a splendid new Cast Iron Stove, 45  inch, with:Drum, Piping, and Iron Foot Rail;  Cast Iron Box Stove, 32 inch ; Cast- Iron-  Cooking Stove and Piping ; Sheet.Iron Stove;  a quantity of Beds and Bedding ; Crockery;  Chest of Drawers, Dressers. Chest of- Tools,  und other articles too numerous to mention. /  Also, at same time, I will sell, by virtue of  instructions from tbe Officiar Administrator,  the Estate of David Lewis, deceased, consisting of a, quantity of y,;.y   ; ��������� "  :     V DRY GOODS, %, ������av ;,;  Chairs, Mirrors, Tables, Barbor's and Dentist's TooIb, and a splendid.Tin Bath,.7 teet  long, y yyx. yy. . yxi -,-. :.'v..V-    '. .-':  Also, the equity of "redemption in the  '���������''v. HOUSE AND LOTJ ��������� ��������� Z'y,  lately occupied by the deceased . in Barkerville.      ' . Zy    i   '��������� y  nnl6' *   ..Auctioneer.  MISCELLANEOUS.  .,;,;, jsroTicE.       : -y  Estate: of Thos. ^J. Maniffe,  LLV;: PERSONS HAVING V-CLAIMS  against the Estate of the late Thomas flf - MAXfrr,  of Sbita Creek, are reqursted I o send iaVrprs-'nt th-;  same to the undersigned, and all persons, jndebt.' d to  t ie Estate ar������:requi red t o pay fortli wi th������tho am u n ���������  of. their indebte'dn'esH to. ''������������������:' -'������������������', ". ���������"'.yJ\Z'*X ���������  ���������x:,-- yyxxy ;johv f^hawksi>l~\\Ex ���������....,  So da'Creek, ..August 17, 1873.       :   y Z      a������23  o*  It  KOTIGE (^^EETING-.  THE   MEMBERS   OF  MEETING  the ���������'-  OF  OPHIR, MYRTLE, WEST OF ENGLAND.  ELEVEN OF ENGLAND, and WATER  ������������������;-,.LILY COMPANIES  m\ be held at MANETTA'S STORE, STAN-  LEY,        y  On Sunday next, Aug. 24,  /v   At TWO o'clock, p.m.;  For the purpose of assisting some ono of the  above Companies to prospect the lower part  of Lightning Criek.  ��������� JE&- The attendance of all Shareholders is  requested. . ,      au23  ri"^  ies  IS THE PLACE TO BUY  goods ���������;.;"  Clieap far Cash* ]  Wails, 4lbs. for...$I.  Su2:ar, S^ lbs. for $17  Iron, 20c to 25c per lb.  Machine Oil, $3 per gal.  Price's Candles, 25 lb. box  $11.  GOOD TOBACCO, 50 cents per \b.  J. B. PACE'S TOBACCO. SI per lb.  Full assortment KIP and CALF BOOTS,'$7  to $9.  HOES, $1 50 eacb ; SHOVELS, $2 each. '  SHIRTS. SI to. S5 each. ���������  CANADIAN CLOTH SUITS, $20 to $30.  "  BEST FLOUft. S5 per sack.  Buricervlllc, August 2, 1873. au2 ���������  ESTATE CF J. W,  DECEASED.  o   *  %  '���������'���������";'''���������'       OFFER FOR SALE,  AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,  Their- entire and well-assortei stock of  A LL # PERSONS indebted to or having  IX cUiirnn against the ontiite ol' J. \V. Liodhurif  .ate of Van Winkle, Li^hluing Crock, Morchant i\t!  cwLsed, are requested to pay such dflhls, or send In  p irticuhm of suoh claims, to Theodore t.iudhard and  A Tuwusend, hi VanWiriklo, tho Adiniidstmtors of  the ueceased.  FES0??13, LINDHARD. U'lminis.  A, TOW.N'SENf),  Van Winkle, r.ifihininL' Creek,  July 1.1873.  }  trators.  jul5  ^COPARTNERSHIP.  TVJOTIOE IS HEKEB^ GIVEN THAT THE  ���������^ O.p.rtner.sl.ip heretofore eXj.stinK hetween  PilSSflh? S;,?a^ ;,n<l James G^*> F-riK  BOOTS AMD SHOES  &c., &c, &c.  (rum.Es B. luou5 will cnnlintie the hu������ine*.fl unt\  afiBU,ne.alllUi},Ui!i,?s ur t|,e j,'ira, U"!"S,,M  counts due to tho late Firm.  and collect ah ac-  JAMES GRIFFIN.  ���������   ��������� CHARLES B. EAGLE  .Witness-Tow Savyka. ^aui,^.  150 Milo-Post, Jtily 15, 1873.  ju!9  NOTICE.  TN  TWENTY DAYS^FROM DATE  THF  JST' Parties intending to buy Goods of any  description will find it to their advantage to  give us ������ call before purchasing elsewhere  tnyVl  at Richfield for permission, under" the Gold MininS  Creek heginningat the Sl'rf C%SJf^  junction pf Eagle Creek with LiglitninK Seek: run  Ding up KightniiigCreek for a diataZ "r Blxanll o"it-  ighth acre������, about ono acre on each side of thi cIntro  noinfat pS.������������UrSf 5 f* 0reek> an<1 ^m'Btar ing  h"ngth g    &eok SiX aD(l ono-cigbth acres in  OKORQIS MUJRDOCBT.  ENGLISH DRUGS!  PATENT MEDICINES/  PROPRIETARY ARTICLES,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, &c, &o.  jpair; Teeth r carefully Ex-  traced and Filled.  i^r- Prescriptionef and family Recipes accurately prepared;  Barkerville, Nov. 20. 1872.       ..     ne23  Lightning crook, August 9,18T3.  ���������THAT     WAYSIDE .HOUSE,    favorably  1    known as MUNDORF'S, or tho 124-Mllo Hous',  Bonaparte, with .BARNS and Outbuildings complcio.  and in gix>d order. .   . *      . ,  & Pre-eiriptioii  Claim of  v     160 Acres^  about 40 acres how under cultivation, with Farming  ImpleQiunls^complete,   Als������,     ���������        c        . ���������'.  48. Head of Cattle,  ���������; Tho aborC'Is a- desirable. Wayside Houso, doin^ a  "(jbod.. business. /It wjll be splVi.with the Ciitlle, &c.T  &c. ror to suit-purchasiTi?. If not gold by \lie 26th  August, it will be then put up und-sold at Public  Auction.-. ...  X . . ..*��������� ���������..   . .n '������������������'..- ���������  .For further particulars, inquire on the promises.  ju!5 2ru        '.���������''���������    ��������� ;, ������������������������������������-. JACO������ MIJXDORF.  T HER*EBY GIVE NOTIOETO ALL WHO  1. nre indebted to me cither by Book Aec������uni, Nuc,  or Mcingage, tbat I wish such, iutiobtiMm-j* Kri'l 'd,  as*I aiii'clvsiiig niy hu?fiue.s.,i in Otribtio. m) \\..i>,\i-  lies unpaid ur saiicdVictortly rtrrJnm-d one ineii'.h imm  this datei will ho handbd to.Jiiy Solicitor loi'^llectiifU  THE BALANCE OF MY* STOCK  WILL BE SOLD atCOST.  GOOD   TOBACCO   FIFTY  CIS.  PER LB., d. B. PAC^S $1.  Aud oth������*r Goods in properUuiw  ' ' J. n. TOlin.  B:irk������������rville, B.C., July 1,1873 jul&  DEAf.KH IN:  G-roceries, Provisions and  Liquors.  .    ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE.  D E -P O T     FO R  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  A fresh supply of which  has just beea received.  THE BANK of BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  T������HE CARIBOO AGENCY OF THIS Bank  J. will be HE-OPEN ED tor business on M0.M>A������.  14th inst.  DRAFTS ISSUED ON  Victoria, London, San Francisco, Portland,  New York and Canada.  Jul 12 WALTER POWEIX, Ag^;_  IJOB SALE OR RENT, possession given  P    on 1st October next.     r- MU^umm%  ������������, Parties-:Indebted to'thoabove cstaWishm'nj  are requested to call and isettie on or botore ������������*  August, and avoid costs. rViCK.  Barkorvllle, B.C., July 26, 1873> Jul2q^  PARTIES     INTENDING     TO    AfA]J  a themselves of the new Mining Law and to v**'  chBBe their ground, can have the Survey of the saw*  and Maps made by addressing  CAPT. O. J. TRAVAILLOT.  ���������  ���������m  I  &u.  P  ���������fe  mm '"'   tr-  .    ^y-yy.vm^i  I  Bswf  p  ���������  I  WES)  I  1  THE CARIBOO SEfTINEl  ^M"   SATURDAY, AUG. 23, 1873.  Y  VICTORIA, V   ;���������  Victoria, August 16���������A letter has been received from Capt. Houghton, Deputy Adjutant General of British Columbia., who has  been studying for several months past In the  Quebec School of Gunnery; stating, that, he  would sbi-r ly leave for British Columbia.  He will probably reach here three, weeks  bence. IA.".- "'��������� ��������� : ������������������' ���������  Victoria, August 19���������Private advices received in this city state that smalUpox ia very  prevalent in Portland.-In fact, it is stated  tbat 80 persoosare known to be afflicted with  , that loathsome disease. The papers of that  city are charged with suppressing the publication of the fact A private letter from  Portland states that there are now 100 cases  of smallpox in that city.      .  A  .   H.M. ship Boxer was exercised" yesterday  by Vice-Admiral Hillyard.; During the bandl-  ring of the big"gun two of the ship'sboats  were somewhat damaged.".'���������'   /!  - : ���������  PASSENGERS; BY THE PRINCE ALFRED^  y Saa Francisco, August 20^Pa8sengers by  steamer Prince Alfred" for Victoria August  20th :~R, T. Delano, AV. H. Anderson, Jamps  Ryan. Geo. Madder. R. M. Bray;: Harry Bii>  minghim' J. W. A. Lang, Jus. Moore, Simon  Cohen, R. P. RUhet, B.C. R������dfernrTbos. Mercer, Miss Annie'. McGraw, Miss Annie Steele  Jas. McCrncken and wife.' W. F. Crosby and  wife, L Oppenheitn Miss E Williamson. S. ?;  ������������������, Smiili. John.?. Nason, J, J. Francis. Francis  Walker,-Jos. Dickinson, and 17 in steerage.  ��������� '���������"���������'' Canada!        ' :ZZ.A  Chicago, August 16th���������A Toronto .special  says Ihe morning papers publish the Gov-  ::e������n������r General's   written -explanation.    The  ('Globe criticises and comments at, length,  yarriving    at    the    conclusion  . that    Lord*  llufferiu has "shown, himself in his statements  :..singularly considerate of the Ministry, in con  V siderai'tou uf his own peculiar interests in the  Canadian  people.    On  the other  hand^ the  Mail C'Hit'Mids that be meets the several points  preyed oh Ill's notice with, grant".force, and  y. ati vunc������as .arguments that are incontrovertible  in Livorof the course adopted.-  The.Atai' e -  fl������*i Ivors I o divert the popular . Indian ft'ion. at  the, course pursued by charging the.Oppbsi  (i������iu with being a disloyal  banditti and in-  '"suiting to the Crown.  y Halifax. August 16^-*Tbe wreck of the City  of Washington, as stranded\ was sold to-day  , fur $4200.  **  A large fire is raging io the woods at Ayles-  furd. King's County, and an immense tract of  valu ibte timber land is burned.   It is re  ported-that several farm houses have also  been burned. <  UNITED STATES.  Fort Scott, Kansas, August 20���������A special  to th* Monitor from the County seat, Linn  County, says there is great excitement there.  A mob ol 80 men took .possession of the town  and arrested the sheriff, declaring they will  hang the sheriff and burn the town unless he  , delivers the persou of Killard to them. Kil-  lard is the man who murdered bis wife and  two children and bis wile's sister at Lime  Springs last Sunday night, and afterwards  hiding their bodies. The. sheriff has been  keeping the prisoner hid since his arrest, and  still refuses to tell where he is concealed.  The mob is determined; and trouble Is apprehended.'   ;-J ^ \���������  ���������   "'' -; ; *    '���������;'r���������-:;��������� ���������..'"���������������������������  New Y6rkMuguBt?26^A'nnmber of gen-  felemen from England aud Scotland will start  for Kansasto-day in company with George  Grant of London; who has purchased a  County in that State for the purpose of founding a colony. The main purpose of tjie project will be agriculture and stock-raising. It  is stated that tbe MeuonKes who have gone  West took with them $340,000 in gold. Of  this sum one man, Peter Isaacs, owns$140,000.  New Orleans, August 20th���������On Monday  morning Dreaux Guildroy and Felix SoU-  laux, who had a quarrel at a bail, * met on  Grand Prairie; St, Andres .parish, to settle  matters by a fist fight. About a hundred persons assembled to witness tbe fight. After  the m fight, a fight with, pistols between  Guildroy and others present resulted in three  "killed and one mortally wounded.  Little Rock, August 19-4)n Saturday, Billy  Ward and Butler fought a prize tight, in which  the latter got worsted in eleven rouuds.���������  Ward challenges the world to fight for $500,  to take place in this State three weeks after  the agreement is sijlied.   Marengo Joe is his  backer;" '. *     .     --'"V "';���������������������������        '*  Cincinnati,.Ohio, August 20th-^Moses Taylor, an old citizen of Spencer, was gored to  death by an ox on Monday night while leading the animal (torn. & lot into the toad*  r . August:!9-Police officer Christian Jacob was shot and killed by a burglar  yesterday.   The assassin escaped.  Z EUROPE.  London, August H-The clipper ship Le  cpresa, sank in the Mersey last Tuesday, has  been raisen.     ' A   '��������� .      .  y.  The British steam yacht Deerhound, whicK  anded a.oarRo of guns and ammunition on  the coast of Spain recently, baa been captured  by a Spanish mas of war. :  Barcelona, August U-^The Carlists have  commenced their long threatened attack on  Bologna (t).. Six hours after their batteries  had opened fire the"city was burning in several places.  -London, August 14^-It is stated on the  highest authority that the Count de Ch'arabord  has announced his resolution to accept the  Constitution for France prepared by the  members of the.Right of the Assembly.and  that he will rule tbem both by tho will of God  aod the good will of the people. A proclamation of a monarchy will be made ia about  six weeks   '      ii      - ���������'  ���������  Madrid, August2p���������It is reported ithat in  the event of a recess on the. adjournment of  the Cortes, which is regarded as not improbable, Castelar will visit London,Berlin, Rome  and Vienna to endeavor to bring about a recognition of the Spanish Republic.   ���������  London, August 20���������Bombay dispatches  report destructive floods recently in tho pror  vince of Agra, and tbat 20,000 native houses  have been swept away. There had been.some  lossot life.  Constantinople, August 20���������Cholera haB  broken out in the province of Besioa.  London', August 19 ���������The opening of Holyhead breakwater took place to day, the Prince  of Wales' officiating; .   ��������� ���������;".   -;-  By the caviug of a tunnel at Sheplin Malt,  Somersetshire,;Tour working men were killed  and twenty, wounded  , Perpignon, August \9���������A desperate en-  gagem������ nt has just taken place between a  bund of Carlists numbering 230 men and three  columns of Spanish Republicans. Tbe battle  Wiis fought in the open couutry between, the  towns of Berga and Cameras, and resulted: in  the defeat bf the ^Republicans with a, loss of  200 men and one gun. :-  ' y ��������� ."-  London, August 19���������The Herald correspondent at Cairo < re ports the., breakdown of a  steamer with Sir S: Baker on board oear  Shadttir Island. A tug has gone to ber assistance.      ���������  .. . ���������.": .;    :iy.  1GO0NTY COURTS ->-  [Before H."������/ Bail, Esq, mA Oommiekibaer and  ���������..I. County Court Judge,}   ��������������������������� ���������.      ''  ��������� Xy\i      ...,..MOSDA.Y,Aug. 18; 1873.  ���������  Victorinb Laurent vs. Finny BEumxBK^.  Action to recover the amount of a judgment  obtained against plaintiff by John Knott- for  $40. .    . xyy- <~y.  ���������  partieS .interested ie.directed to a notice to*  our advertising columns calling ameeiing.of  shareholders in the several raining companies'  on the lower end of Lightning Creek.  We .  have no doubt that the   men who have;  thus tar so nobly performed the difficult task  It appeared that plaintiff had sold the ^\W^^^:^^;^^0^  adaut a house on Litrhtnii>o> or^ir f������* *7a vl������������o; able to devise some scheme of mutual  assistance, by which that much-desired object  Hhe prospecting of tlie lowir portion of  Lightning���������can be accomplished. The meeting  takes place at Mr Manetta's stoverStanley,  tp-mqrrow afternoon; and a full attendance of  the-inembera ,of the different mining com-  paniea enumerated in the advertisement, is;  reqiuested.     ���������  fendaut a house on Lightning .creek for -$70  cash,, and the" def endan t to - "assu me certain  liabilities of the iplaintiff, cOnsisUog among  others of $40 due to John Knott for labor  done on the house. The bill of sale of the  house from plaintiff to defendant evidenced  these facts. 'At the last County Court, John  Knott recovered a'judgment against the plaintiff for $40 for work done on the house, and  the plaintiff now sought to recover the $40  from defendant, alleging it was the sum  whioh defendant ought to have paid to'John;  Knott under tbe bill of sale.- ���������  On the part of- the defeudant a receiptor  $40signed;by John Knott, and endorsed on  tbe bill of sale, was put in^  The plaintiffs counsel then asked for a  postponement in order to procure the evidence of John Knott, as if, he had received  the $40 from defendant he had no right to  sue the plaintiff; and if he had received the  $40 from defendant after the action of Knott  vs. Laurent, the plaintiff would still be- entitled to the costs to which she had been subjected by reason of the defendant's nonpayment in time. :.; " ,  -  Mr Barn8ton for defendant.. "' '  The Court granted an adjournment.  There were several cases of debt,'which  went by default.;. ,;.. "'" ' ["���������''��������� -;  MINING COURT.  MINING INTELLIGENCE. .  LANE ASl> KCRTZ COMPANT.        ��������� Ax  The Lane <fc Kurtz co. have the 13-inch  pump iu place and,working. They expect to  have tbe other 13 iuch pump in next week.���������  The new shaft is being sank and will be finished in two weeks. When complete the  works will have two 13 inch iron pumps, 6  foot stroke; two 10-inch iron pumps, 6 fool  Btroko; one 10-inch square wood and iron, 6  foot stroke; one 12-inch square wood and  iron pump,  6 foot stroke���������giving  a  total  pumping capacity of 220 inches, measured  with a six inch head. Boxes-lor measurement  have been placed at the mouth of the drains,  and at present 70 inches is being pumped  from the steam-power: shuit, and 20 inches  from the water-power shaft. Greater confidence is generally expressed in regard to the  final success of this company.  JACK OF CLUBS CIIBEK.  Two Sisters co.paying well. Two Brothers  getting along well with the puddling and  sinking of their shaft, now down about 80 ft.  Y     ' LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Rosa co. cleaned up 12 oz. last week.  The Lightning co. have commenced pumpuig  out. The Point co. washed up 194 oz. last  week, and.36 oz. this week ; they have commenced getting ready for their Bteara engine,  which they expect in about #0 days. The  Van Winkle co. have at length finished their  draiu, after two years' constant work ;���������.��������� it is  about 2800 feet in length, and runs 75 feet  above the shaft house; they are now fixing  their pumps, and on Monday expect to be  able to go right after the metal. Victoria co.  washed up U oz. last week, and 35 oz. on  Wednesday ; tbey have been lunriiog across  some old workings, which has delayed their  Monday, Aug. IS, 1873.  L. ..]Yj3cr;itip vs., Davio" Allen 'and' Thomas  Allen.���������Summons to show cause why an injunction should not be issued to restrain defendants from working in the Floyd grouud,  Stouts Gulch, without plaintiff's consent  Mr Davie, for plaintiff, stated theplaiutiff  owned two-thirds of the ground aui the defendants one-third between them; that the  defendants bad b^een sinking shafts at the up-  per end of the ground without the ctnsent of  plaintiff, although they had been, notided to  desist from such work,   y Z   ur  Evidence of these facts having beeri given  by the.plaintiff, the defendants' counsel contended that plaintiff could not bring suit for.  ah injunction.  The injunction was granted by the Court,  each party to pay their own costs.  TueNotoriocsMoMullen.���������The following  lsa.skeich of the notoriousG...W.M.cMullen,  of the Pacific Railway scandal: In Chicago ^  whereheappearBto be; best known, he Is  esteemed 4<Ja man who would rather steal  than wbffcyX" theislyeat rogue tbat walks un-  huhg.!') A victim of one of his swindles holds  his belief in the certainty of eternal punishment simply on. the ground, that " no paiiia  nor penalties that could . be ini3icte"d ' in this  world^ could adequately punish' Mr McMullen  for the infernal crimes he has committed in  this city upon, unsuspecting, honest rtnen.".  : The* British Columbia .Telegraph LfneYwas  down from last Sunday until late on Thursday night. ; The "Western Union wires were  also " sligbtly* fractured" uuring. the same^  period. The ��������� wires went down again last  night in the neighborhood of CHutoni^nd  consequently the. dates of our\newa report  are hot so late as desirables      /    y'\y '���������'. "  Kootenay.���������-Advices from Kootenay'\n the  lower country papers report things quiet at  the mines. The^prospeotors who startea\oufe  in Spring have "returned" without having made  any new discoveries^ The.'S.tronaoh^and  Welton lead is beiag prospected.byaCaU-  fornia company^- who ;it,,is reported have  found rich deposits. ��������� '   ���������-.- .���������,-   -.  progress  The Vancouver co. washed up 130  oz. last week and 00 oz. on Wednesday. The  Vulcan eOi have commenced Clearing ground  for their engine-house. The SawmiilCostello  co. are pushing ahead their eioavations for  shaft and wheelhouse.   y       AKTLSil CREEK.  Hason eo. were in 30 feet from their shaft  on Wednesday. Lothair on-, cleaned up be-  tween 50 and 60 oz. lastw- G . McAt-ley co.  making about wages.. Port,������r 00. expect to  be on pay ia two'"  The Schuol Pcurd paid a visit on Wednesday  to the Barkerville school, conducted, under  tbe superintendence of Rev. Mr aud Mrs Hall;  und a statement made by the Chairman of the  Board as to the excellent system of teaching  and the general proficiency of the pupils, is  a well-ear ne*"1 compliment to  the ability of  the teachers. The Cnairmau stated that it was  forty-oue years since he was inside of a school  room until the occasion of the visited referred  to, and a pleasanler hour he had not passed  for many a long day.   He was astonished at  the proficiency ot the scholars in their studies,  and attributed that proficiency to the improved system of teaching adopted in late  years, and so ably carried out in the Barkerville school under the direction of "Mr and  Mrs Hall,   The pupils were put through their  usual exercises by the teacher, and acquitted  themselves very creditably.. In conversation  with a member of the School Board, the.rev.  teacher expressed; his willingnesa to admit  into the������cfocpi the numerous children under  school age at present running about 'the  street, and who, if too young too learn, would  nt least have good impressions instilled into  their youthful minds.    Parents should not  neglect the opportunity.  Teachers very often  And great difficulty in eradicatiugYtbe bad  habits acquired even by the toddling cherub  from coming into familiar contact on the  streets with depraved humanity.  "'Tis education forms the yeuthfiil mind,!   . v  Just as the twig is bent the treses^inclined."  Barnari)js Express, with Eastern and English mails, arrived about half-past 4 o'clock  yesterday afteraoofc ; The following passengers left Yale by this express:���������Mr 4-' Peal  dola aadaChinaraani for Barkervillej-:Mr  A. Townsend, for VanWlnkle. Mrs Pendoia  and infant were passengers from Quesnel^  mouth. The down Express of the 17th bad  4wo passengers from Barkerville���������IIesars. J^  A. Grahame and F. J. Baroard.  CoMMnTED fob Trial;���������Ah Sute,; a Chioa*  man^ was charged before H. M. Ball and Jon.  Nutt, B3qs., J.P.*s,with having-maliciously  cut and wounded Ah You, a Chinawomau,  and also wilii having stolen from her $200.--ia  cash and some jewelry. The accused was  committed for trial, bail being refused.;-.".  H. M. Ball, Esq., returned to Richfield on  Sunday, having been engaged during last  week in holding Courts of Revision at the  several places appointed, in the Cariboo Electoral District, Next week he will visit Harvey creek for the same purpose.  Steam.���������In a few weeks two claims on  Lightning���������the Point and Vulcan���������will ba  worked by steam-power. The Victoria co.,  we understand, are also about ordering a  steam-engine. ���������. ��������� - .   ������������������.      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ACRES.
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159
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ACRES.
^* Fall 'particular* of the extent of each
SecUo:h,and'Maps6f the same/canyebadof
tbe Aucliooeers at an early date.  '"':' y-y.. '
ty.        ���"���'���     y j; p; DAVIES & CO.,   ;
' eul6 :        : Auctioneer?.
MISClJiLLANEOra.
'ACOTTKT OF GENERAL ASSIZE AND
9l: Gaol Delivery, and of NiFi Prius, will.bo.held at
each of tho uhriermentloned places as follows, ftxcopt
the same bo hereafter changed by Order In Couocll:���
���' ��� Z SPRING; CIRClilt ;.v
���     New-WcstmlD.stnr, "Wednesday, 3!ay li.
?. Yale, Monday, May 19. s
Lytton, Thuradfty; May.52;"       ' :���'.:���(  ��
'.; Kamloops," Weeihesdar, May 28.' -y'' ; >��� -",  "'
-   Clinton. Monday, June 2.'  ; . .���-���": .
.. QuesniW.outti/Friday, June .11. yj yi  ;
Richfleld, Tuesday^ June 17. "; " : ������ 'XX -;
Zy,    Xy FALL CrRODIT. ������'    .
R'chflcld, Tuesday, Soptemljor 10. ...
Quesu. Itaoutli, to be lixcti ht'reaiter, If any bum-
y ���'-���;     hoss.: ���    X- yy-x    ��� -----   y.
;.   Clinton, TbursJay��;October My     \
Kamloops, Tuesday, October 7. .    ���
Lytton, ilondaj*, October 13."
Y*ale, Tbuhsdny, Ociobcr 16.:
��� New West oilrsi cr, Tuesday, October 21.
Assizes at Naruinio and olsovrhore wlH;'wbeu n?ces
sury, bo hereafter Axed.
Dated 17th day of April, 1873.-
By conimauil.:
"^ ;-.-   .    JOHN A?H,
. oivlO Provincial SecreUiiy
111 the Supreme Court of
British. Columbia.
yy ZZZ GENERAL ORDEI^'   '      "'
0TTCR la hereby ujrrn. tliat tho.5uprcme Court
i.i will sit in _ Banc, for ihi: IteHriug of ;��1! trj��>tjr.m��,
."Tyuments, nppeali1, ;��nd oilier m';itu7rs cming Iu*for'-
tbe Court in'Banc, at the Supreme Or��rt Kooui in th��
City of Victorm, lor lht�� lojhwing urni?, on ^H- dayf-
lier?ina(ter'm^ntjfined, n.tiiioly:   ''������������
Fo-r Hilary Term from the 15th to 25th rWinry;
For Easter Tvrm fn��m tbe 15th to25th April:
Kor MichaeIron5T( rm from tb-.* loth lu 2.5tn N<-\-i��trihor
There w 111 b c n o si 11 i nz i ii li-j bc in Tr [ t; i ty T.r: n. .
Incase any of tbo dHysot" th'.' .\n,U:? .named iiir tli��-
b?ginniHK or ending ol tho T<T;ns sitonl i f.��ll ojj a
Sunday or Puolic Hojjti.iy, thtu the T-.'fm will begin
or end on the next follov irtg day.
f -^ -, ��� ( MATT. V. hlGVAF., C. J.
i L s.  \ In KNR Y P PKIA. RW CH K ASK, J
l w^, > (J. HAM! LTMN OKAV, .J.
Oit-Jd   Vi.ctcila..hnuary 24lb. 1*73. uii-22 tf
NOTICE
������ Wberea? by an Order in Council, daM
'.tbe-7th:dajrof June. J873. of the Honorable
iIse Privy Council of Canudu.. if b:f8 been tie
cided -ibat Esq:iimalt, in Vancouver Island
" be Hxed as the Terminus of the Canadian
5 Pacific Railway, and ibi.it a line of R.iiUvav
(Carrying Her. Majesty's Mails,)
Every ^i^^^bife^
���Freight 'and'Pftfscngera carried  through  at (ha
lowest possible rat es.'
For rates of Freight and Passage,  apply at the
Express-..Office,,Barkerville,  and  at J. W   mn
HARD'S, VAN WINKLE.   '
j.'   ������'���;;-*''       JAS. A. NEWLAND. Agent,
���:-:.-mylO-; -���  ���-"������������  ly    ���������-...���.���:   .."    ���Burk��rvnlo, .
arear
5
S
��9
"I7ROM AND; AFTER- THIS DATE AND
V    until further notice,.     .
Treasure to any- amount
Will.be carried between BurlcerviUc anil Tic toria ut
: 0SIMALF Wm ER CENT.
f JAMETS A
Barkerville,: May 12, 1873.
NEWLANP, Ag-nt.
Xyuy  . mylT
STEAMER VICTORIA,
\ UPPBK FRASKR RIVER,
nURING THE STJ1HMER WILL LEAV
SODA CREEK.ON THURSDAYS.
As�� soon ns posrl bio si ter the arrivakuf-BaKXAHD
k GoXs StAges, and;. ���- ".     y.
QUESNEL ON .SUNDAY AFTERNOON^,
AT 4 O*CLOCK.
The runaler^lgnoti...ijcpo* -by,, a-strict,.attention, to
��u:-f��o;*i>i��, to in^rtt a continuance of tbf p:��tr..o .ge
hiilicrto extended to Mefiirs; Man-in k WneM
Frcigitt, per ton,      -      -      -      J-0.
Fa.��sage,     -      -      -   -' - -   ��� -        i{?a '-���>
'���'"    GRANT   &   ARK "OT.
Soda Creek, April 1,1873. wylP 6����
ress
or
LJEAVKS RAHKERVfLLE DAILY at 8 A.M
' AND
LIGHTNING U.K1SEK AT 3 P.M.
PRR&ageT $2{;���'��� for i ti���� ron n d = tri p, $3.
FriMirbt takeu at low nUes.
tttil2: H. C. WILMOT.
been made to hip Kxoellency ������ the Lieutenurit
^JG'oyernor of British Columbia, for a reser-
*' vatiou and for the conveyance to (be Do-
" minion Government, in (inkt, according Ui
41 the 11 tb Paragraph of the Terms ol the
<( Agreement of Union, of a strip ol Und'
" Twenty Miles in  width tt]l>Mg lhe Eastern
��� Uoi.m of Vancouver Island,  hetween JSev
-> monr Narrows and the  Harbor oi Esmii
'! !*?aIt'!" ("rf,beran���� of the construction of
,f the said Railway."
And whereas it has been deemed advisable
tbat   the   Land within  the limits aforesaid
LEA & PERKINS'
Celebrated
WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCE
Declarei- by Connoisseur*to he
THE  ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE,
Island between Sejmvir Narrows and
Harbor of %im��aM is hereby Reserved
% Cornmaod,
John Asrr,
��.*���<    * ,,. Proviucial Secretary.
Provincial Kecretary's Office
July l��t. J��73. ���
the
��sa��stawt��jfij��
NOTICE.
Caution against Fraud.���The succewor ihli
most dollcious und unrivtille*! Condiment liuviug
ooimeii oerlajn denied to ajijily the n a mo of ������Worn*'
tcr'shire f3a��ccn totlicirown Inferior componmls, th*
public Is hereby informed thatth* oneway to procure tho genuine, is to
ASK  FOB   LEA  &   PERKINS*   SAUCE
ndtofieo that thrir nnm����arc upon the wrahi'k*
f.AKKLS, aTorrj'.n, an <i bottj z.
Some oi the foreign murkotp having liccDSiippU^
with |t spurlouB Worct'stvr^liin Sauce,upon the wr:1P'
per and JubelBof which tlie names* oi I**'�� und Perrms
have heen forged, L. and P. give notice that they
have (urnished their c<��rr��!8pohdentf with pewor ��*l
attorney totake instant pmceedingp against jia^u-
ACTORKRgiand vk.ndohboj ��uch, or u��y.otherimlta-
ousby which the irr Igh t may ho infringed.
Ask for LEA & PERKINS' Sauce and see
Name  on  Wrapper, Label, Bottle, ana
Stopper.
Wholesale and forexport hy tho Proprietors, V/or
coster ;Cros��e and Black well, London, &c.,&c;��PG
byOrocorsapd Oil wen universal lv
WndTEand Tax.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY ^lven that a LIST
r( of all penions wlihin the District of Cariboo woo
are liable to pay the above Tax for the year 18*J
may he inspected ou application to A Barlow, v��e3#
neitnouth. or to
G. B.YRNES,
Juno 12, 1873.
Collector and Assessor of Vilcl }^t]J'tX*
R7a Burke rv bid.
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