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 ��������� ��������� ana  I  YY  VolJIlli  Bar^eryille^,^ Creek, B.C., Saturday,:Angtt^ 26, 1871;  ������t fc!  ���������Mtm  No. I7  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  "P u b l ished e ve ry S aturday -b y  E 0 BE R f  .HOLLO;? AY.:,  ..������������������������������������ ,���������'���������' Ja'   '      X.   ~ ������������������-;������������������'   ��������� -Yy.v,-* f'-'y* ������������������������*��������� >,*,-' .*'* ,/.'������������������  Subscription,^ -H - 50 Cents tfer Wee^A  .~~u~TTWWf7WTZ''y-' ''.  RATES OP A"nVERT?FSING.  For one square (one i������ch)������'first insertion,^!-   $3  * ��������� . o ���������'   .",*< '".'���������'"��������� /"'" '���������-, "���������" one month^.������ *-.   6.  For two SQuaresV'rfirs ti riser tioriV"Y vf':>   - "'���������?-"*.'?" ;5v  v **" . '"'"���������'" ... ��������������������������� oofe. month?'.-, .-, . v -   *   .&  Agents for the *.? Cariboo Se'ntineL1*"  Van WioklcV-y    >  <i iies u cl mouth,.������,-a.  ���������B������da"Q^efe,:* .~v  Clinton, '������������������"-. ' '" - "  Yule, - XX y  : Ke w .West m ius tert  Victoria, .'-���������x' '���������'-���������' ���������  B*m.&.Co.,.  Hiulsdn &Mcnet,y  Mr J/W-'Lindhart "  k Barn ard ?.s Express  Barnard *������ Express  Barnard's Express  'do.',', do  John Murray ,y  'X-i. Y.lolVn'Coflens  .-;-;*   .: San Ifroncisco  '��������� ���������-... -yNcvvryork.,  1   TE B CARIBOO SENTINEL. &  :v3t fc #.  Cards, Circulars, Posters and Programmes for  Balls and;Theatrical'Eufertaiom        fy*  ������s&*Exe c u te d with n eatn ess a n dd.isp atcb .,4*g*������  Terms moderate. ;y      :������.'  'S������1SC3^  ���������jSSS^IA.'i.^:  Tl ���������������������  *���������' jT&-N"  Victoria, 21st���������The .steamship Prince Alfred iirr? v< ���������<! f ro n i Sa n Fra nc isco ���������o n /5;i tu rd ay  -at noon witli 101)'passenger'?; 3()0tons "freight;  ami the mails and- expresses. .'���������! Amongst the  |)MS^engerR w**r������ Hon. H. L. Langeyin, Minister of Pub lieWorks of the }/ominion, who  will go' to Cariboo on Friday next; Captain  Fie m i n g, J. II, B ro w n an A Ux 11 ary ey .y  Mr B. VV! P?arH������ has been ap p bin ted Chie f  Commissionfr of Lands and Works.  The International > boat rrja-ce betKreen ^the  Onii.aiiiah'ian'd'-tlu^ Ty-he "crews will take place  tm the 25 th inst., so a telegram from Halifax  states.  ) ������.  \:i.;;Y.;YALE.;:    \      r/'y  Jrale, August 21���������The steamer Lillooet arrived'yesterday at noon, bringing 'about 30  tons freight and a few passenger^ and left  on her down trip this morning at 0 o'clock.  Ger.6w &��������� Jbhasb'B*s Bxpress left at l o 'clobk  this morning with a toad of freight, th������?e pas-  8etigers and the raaiL  Barnard^ Express left at 5 a.m., with eight  passengers and a load of freight.  A large number of teams are In Yale at  present, but freights,are very high and still  rising. Mere is a' prospect of lively* times  this fall.  A new company has been formed and  notice of application for license given to  prospect 500 acres of land near Nicomin for  silver ore.  No further developments in the1 Hope silver  lead. Tlie wo rk is p rogressi ng fa vorab I y an d  stock is increasing in value. ,;  A highly influential meeting was * held on  Saturday evening last at Dunhar's salooil J.  Rowel, Esq;, was called to the chair, and after  a few appropriate introductory remarks Robt.  Smith, Esq., of Lytton, was presented to the  meeting, who, after^ briefly reviewirig in a  very able manner the provisions of the Confederation Aet, pointing out the advantages  which wouldaccrue to British Columbia from  its connection with Canada, proceeded to-dis*  cuss the,various topics of the, day. He expressed himself strongly in favor of non-sec*  teriftji schools, abolition of road tolls, ft not'  wholly at least in part; the adoption ot the  Canadian tariff; th������ repeal y.f the permanent  Civil Lisfc Bill, and: also the abolition of the  Registration of Voters' Act,- The, speaker  alluded in glowing terms to the brightening  SprospectsCM the\ country, as shown i>y the  endfey and ��������� prom p ti tu d e.. wjUh which th e C a-  tiAoran Gd"vernment has ! en tered~iip'6tf fB5  present surveying for the Pacific Railroad.  After a few more remarks o( a general char-:  'aeterYMr Smith prcsented-himself to the e!ec^:  tora bf'Yale as a candidate for tlie 16cal Legis-  lature. YTbe meeting then adjourned.  ��������� Ay ' Z->- '^^  Newyiorkf August IS���������Some scoundrel  sen11 a dispatch: to ? several J n e wspi ap era ��������� 1 ast  evening purporting to have been sent,from  Norfolk to Isaac Walk'err^  the Sun Insurance Co.. announcing the burn-  ingof the steamship 3 lenry Chauncyj near  Rocky Island, J011 the^ Virginia^ coaster Mr  .Walker declared it a forgery.     '    '     " s  Fortress Monroe, Aug, 18tfeThe:wrecking  steamer Reso 1 ute p asse d.", h ere th is lm 0 ru in g  I \ a vi ng i n to w fo r Nor f 61 k th e steamer., \V. G.  Patt en, win cli was si nki h g 0 ff Hog Po int., Th is  dispatch'shows conclusively that' the report  that the Resolute had; gone to the wreck of  the steamier Henry iChaiincy is a hoax.    *���������  Wh en, it waa : an no liuced th a t tl) e ste ame r  Hen ry Ch au n cy bad been b ur n t at, se a g reat  excitement prevailed. Many believed the  .1? to ry, a few did no t. Al I flocked Jo th e Stock  Exchange'for! the pwrpbse Of making a-turn  ���������on the Pacific mail. .Whether, true: or false,  the story wpuldnot be without its immediate  result upon the market. V,  '"* ';"'7.TEUR0i^i^ '_.''. x  London, August vlS^AdviceS from Paris  say things are io an excited state and trouble  is apprehended from various sources.. Some  belie.veythe'(Irleanist scheme is ripe for a coup  d'etat by proposing to make Thiers permanent Executive, which it is feared would;estab-  lish a monarchical government. Thiers has  no friends ; he is hated by the Republicans.  A crisis is approaching.  London, August 16���������A dispatch says Bisr  mark Ahak ^mnmenced^a vi^orhus campaign  against the Papacy, and his first blow declared in Parliament and in his official Gazette. He regards the ultramontane Church  par!ty as; hostile to i German nnity | he : bas  broken off ail relations with it not purely  political, and has dissolved the Catholic party  of tfee Ministry. Bismark is also intriguing  for the establishment of an orthodox Catholic  ���������party, which term is applied to the opponents  of infallibility, and is actively supporting Dr.  Bollinger. *  Ba rker c 0.���������Angus 116���������Ree 6 rd ed i n fa yqr  pf Thomas Bell, the whole company, 1600 ft.i  jfRe-recprd..;:.  ANTLER CHEEK..   ���������    Y  ^,p2th August-^Recorded in favo> of. J. W.  Dixon',' 1 bench claim near old town, formerly  held by late W. Patterson.i"-ZA.A.-Z.. ���������������������������'��������� A ,  T~A '"A7- Z'" Ax A";" -Ati gg% g niAa, y Z:-'x ���������'��������� .������������������,! , v . ���������  Jim. co.���������12th August���������fRecorded in favor  o f Jo h n Will ianis, ] Ed ward Thomas, Job a  Eyaiis, 500, feetZ.3^MprA.l^  ���������x.     ,! DUCK CRBEK. ,.y       ,  y'  , 11 th Au^ust���������Rec0rded in favor- of Ah  Chee,-Ah Tow,.2 creek claims���������on?small ereelc  ru n n i ng in to Duck creek, abb lit 2 \\ miles fro m;  Cariboo lake. ^ '''!     \.   '- ��������� v   '���������'������������������'���������:��������� ''   A'  Jy        : LIGHTNiNCJ. CREEK.AND .AMADOR..y  ySouth, Wal.es C0.-77-August l^T-Recorded:in:  favor of Richard John, Samuel Roberts; John'  Ed wards; Thorn as Job, Jbh"n Gannon; !;Henry  Brack m an, Evan Jones, each 210 fee fc ;��������� James  Job, 157i feet!; 'Jobn Wi 1 kinson, Dayid SmiI h,  Jam es Geral d, A.. Yignp) 6,f each 105 feet i  iCharles 'Rowe,- 52s5 feet.; on ^Lightning" and  Amador creeks.   Re-record, y  MISGELLANBODS.:  '    !EXPRESSESrSTEAMERS, &c.  .,,-?���������  Gerow & Johnson's Stages  WlUi. LEAVE  BAEKKRVILLE KVERY; WEEK,y������  ��������� connecting wjlb  thc Steamers  at Que������aelT  inout.h nh(l Y������l0������"wilb H.M. HAM, EXFBP:SS uad _[  Piissen'gevs:ir ^-^y-.-.y ��������� y ��������� 'Y'y  FOk"tALE :&? INTERMEDIATE PLACEtf. v I  G   ROW   &   JOHNSON'S  iiXp-pess: and Stage  CAKRIE3  '���������W-:    '���������'.  .1"  ���������'���������      '      '.'���������  LETTERS, TREASURE," VALUABLE?,  AZ*--'Zy EXPRESS -FREIGHT AND PASSENGERi    '  ^Z^'T!ji^DltJCEb   RATJES.        ^  ;; $0* Collections, Comm issions anit Gener.il Exproas   ..  b usiri 6fs Uohc w i tii pu n c lua I i ly a nd d j.spatc li. -"..  ij������^'Ofllce :ot tlie Cariboo A.cency M  A   .-���������:;.���������-���������:���������:!:���������: ;���������;..: MR^AVID KURTZ'S STORE,  ��������� ii&pZ&xyxyyyy. ��������� Barkervillff. ������������������; y  jaSTfRECEIVED      y  ���������: yy.yyy:Myyy-���������������������������':  A large.supply oi"     .  , :  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S  BOOTS. EIOES 1IB SLIPPEES.  New Goods will be received every  week during the season. '*������������$!  MINING RECORDS.  WILLTAM CFIREK.  Gold Hill co.���������Angnst 11���������Recorded in  favor of Thos. Potter, 100 feet.  Jenny Lind co.���������-August M���������rRecorded in  favor of Evan Phillips, 1 interest. Re-record.  Black Jack and Burns eolr-,August li���������Recorded in favor-of Charles Paulsen,'John'Henderson, Peter Johnson, Jas. Gallen, ench one  interest, re-records ; and in favor of company,  the water of Black Jack gulch, and 50 inches  formerly running into Stony gulch ; also, 200  feet ground on Black Jack gulch for reservoir  purposes; re-record. ,..���������-���������  Bawden co.���������August 15���������Recorded in favor  of Nich. Bawden, 2 interesls in Conklin co..  1 interest in Birrell co., being upper 100 feet j  1 interest in Bawden co. Edward Trevella,  1 creek claim, commencing about 100 feet  above m id die sh a! t of Pri n ce 0 f .Wa! es j tjie  whole to form Bawden co,  '  BOOTS, SHOES,     y  Oldtiiing  and G-roceries,  OF THE BEST QUALITY,  Porsnlo at tIieSl������ire:bf\tlie iiDdersiji.iccl in Barker  vJIle.oiHJOSiUahe^abkofBritislrColiunl)^  AA\ Steamer Victoria.  ���������^A^aAFrERirH MAY, .THE STEAMEB '  ���������  V ic toria will i.Z;iy,. ���������,      .^ ��������� - ���������.  A' ^ZAk^M VE^SODA. CREEK,  EVERY TH  Connectlni iiext dny wiili the Stcnmer. ENTERPK1SK,  ; V ���������'������������������"'���������'at'COttoiiyrood Canyou^  !\!;!;!;.:.;-'^ ...A  .  V,���������"������������������ii Ou the down trip cmv  ^TUESDAY  : .1  je!7  asu.snal.  For Sale,  Freight froui Soclft Crcelc to Upper Can von.... 2K cts.  X ��������� >?.���������:���������*.��������� ���������"������������;'. QtUisnel.-x?      *������ ���������      " " ..;...!K'cts. ���������;"���������*"'  Fare Irom SojUt Cre^ki..tp������vUpper Canyon...������;........ $10 !:"  ."JTarc 'Avom, Qu pan el .to..;'.'. j   *.; ...,..* *  & y.i  Fare Irom Soda Creole to Queshel    6  Quesnel; May 12? 1871. ' roySO  "Bankruptcy Notice. . ���������'. "  WHEREAS a petition' for iiuftcljuil'cation of Bank,  iaptcy was on ihe 2lst clay ot June, 1871, filed  in Her Majesty's County Court of Brilish Columbia  by Marvin P. *Elmore,' niuier which the sunt Marvin  P. El mure has d een ad j u it^e<l bun kru pt. Nol 1 ce is  hereby given Unit i\l,uryiu K Elmore is hereby re-  iiuireci to, surreuder tb the above numed Court at tho  first meeting of creditors to ho held before the said  Court on the 28th day of June, instant, at 11 o'clock  in the forenoon precisely, at Richfield, and also to tho  Court on the 21st .day. of Soptember next ensuing,  at Quesnel mouth, when aod where thc said Baukrupt  is required to surrender to pass his second examination.  At thc first meeting of creditors tbo Registrar will  receive the proof of the debts of thc creditors, and tbo  creditors 'may choose an Assignee or Assignees of tho  Bankrupt's estate and effects. At the second sitting  proofs of debts of creditors will also be received, and  the Bankrupt will be required to submit to be exam*  incd and to make a full disclosure and discovery of  all hiso&tatoandcffcctsj and to finish his examination.   ;     ; :  Notice is also given to all persons indebted to tho  said Bankrupt or that have any o( his efl'ects, not to  deliver the same but to JAMf-s Linosav, of Kichfield,  Official Assignee, whom the Court has appointed, and  give notice to John G. Barn>stox, Solicitor, of Richfield.' ���������  JAMES LINDSAY,  Registrar and Official Assignee,  Richfield, .Tunc 80th, 1871. . .iyl td  1  "    V  ?  ���������AT���������  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  Second-hand   Store;  . ." BARKERVILLE. jell  J������j  n Y LV ESTEK' S EX PR F.SS FOR OMi NEC A will h or������-  O after leave QUESNELMOUTH on or about tho 1st  and loth ������r ench month, making,l-egular trips twiae  a nrnntb. .������/,������������������ .    ,  ,  U-Tar A ������'CBfrra.l EJprwsiiwsineFK conducted.     ^  fX * >      'JtCTW ���������Y'tTWfK,  MESSRS. MEACHAM & NASON are prepared ta  furnish Lumberat their Mills, William Crock,.  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.  Hav i is g a Planing Mac h i n 0 I n op e rati 0 n th ey wil  also 1*0 rn 1 sh I) ress ti>d I, u m b 0 r a t a a t i s fa clary ra l es,  J. .Robertson   Stewart,  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  WHARF STREET,    -     -     r ���������    ~      VICTORIA.  Agent for  British. Columbia.   .!  A supply of K, 1 an<1 l%4 incb CartrlrtRCP, Capo  nd T*u������t? alwoy* k������-pi on hauu. my 7 3m  ���������:���������;  '.. ' 1  ' '���������!  '. ��������� ������������������  ��������� I - '.''  ��������� ���������, Y"  ������������������  '   ���������{,-;  -':-  ���������': -.  <������v SATURDAY, AUG: 26 1871?  ac  POLITICAL.  TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT  OF CARIBOO AND LILLOOET.  0ENTLEME\\^PIea8ft allow nie, by way of  caution; to suggest that you do not promise  yi Ar votes to any aspirant for political honors  1 - I e ther for lb e Local Legis) atu re or I the Gom-  In tbe course of a few weekfl the electors | mons of Cifihaflaaintilsnch time as ypu know  throughout /the province will be called on to | w{10 are' in -the teltf, orelseyon may 0 rid  record their voles for twenty-five men who when the time comes that you have been too  phall form the first Legislative Assembly of  Br itigls-Coiu ro b ia- uhder-lleaponsl b le ,Gn vern-  meiit, and who wil I been titled to h 61A th e ir  *eats;for a-term of foiir years, On tjie nieiriT  berr:'of "this Assembly will rest a Heavy re-  ������ppn<5i Wil i ty.X<)ii^ their foresight and A iscretion  the desXinies of the ptovi nce for- y eari wi 11 i n  a great nteasure /depend; and the electors  ehb^l^^iie^ serjonslyi; an deselect;, nien in  whose j iiidghient. c6inmon sense and hOnes( y  the^caiii place '''re) ian eel and wbo ��������� at;ei>rl ikely  %plossess';8nu16ien independ^hce of spirit fo;  nreVeht their becorti i jig Ibe^plbiht too!s of t h e  leaders of an y parti es or Tap tio ns u n d e r wh a t-  ^ ve k nam e.ith eyrraay tie reafter be o rga hi zed.  Tb is p'Vo vince.! no w w i th pro per rn anage men t ]  has be fore i t tnejpfbspe'cto f a b ri II i ant fri tu re,  but to/attain��������� this, en A it wij 1 be, neljessa ry tha t  thofm^ti^^m-ffi^ shon Id "work  barmonioiisiy.��������� pidyfifrive to. the utmost^  carry -on! the^ .Gpy*ernmfeht; with economy A and  an; impiirtial system^  ���������eyqty; burden wbfcJi pressesj harder ppop ime  portion!pf! the province than another. : There  are :several.Acis)now!on the Fiatiite bock  whijch. demand i in mediate repeal or amen d-  men tij? a nd the: fi f si;: 'session������������������!! %f.-' tl re.: Asseuib iy  w i 11 pro bKb ly be o ecu pi ed for a 1 arge por tin 11  of its ;lime fwi llf their revision!;:; With reference  to these,^ve shall take occasion hereafter to  d ra w ati en ti oh (o some 6 f vv h at we. c 6 hside r  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  MANAGER. ..'  S&CKETARY,  Ei^PEABSON.  ���������*���������'. %  G.N. MARSHALL;  TH E    (3 A RIB 0 QAM AT E IT RS  hasty in pledging your votes, and deeply re-  gre t~n 61 -bei ng-freeto^ choose -from th el isi; of  can di d ales th e man or m e.n y o ii; the n wo ul A  like to sn p port.   I deem this word of caution  necessary becauseyof the considerable sly Monpieiir Vra  canvassing now going on. and lest some or- ������.mcnjg Latduciic,     -  theuhwary may be canffht In a trap.? j Jonas,   t     ���������     -   ���������'"-  - !Keep you rsei ves free, ge n tl em eh". to ch bore, 'iMiX m e Von derbusli ell,  ,wben the time comes Ibe best man froiii  among !t heliHt of candid ales.   ,  = lam, Ac., your bbdt. servant."y;  J. H..,Todp.  Will give an entertainment, commencing %ith ��������������� the  i       favpnte'VaudevillA,...:^:^   :.i..-u'. ., .  ZlliXy :-,��������������������������� ��������� ..PASSENGERS:'^':: ZyA;  ��������� By Barnard's Express/1 arrived: 251b Aug.,  at/ *Jf p.m.���������From Yale���������,Two Ch thamen. to  Soda creek,: and one to 15 0-m lie A bouse ; Mrs  Barn ard arid tw b V.hi 1 d re n, M r.s.'.S. I1] ngley, to  Cl in ton'; J. Ham i I ton. to BarkerviWA From  Qiiesn el m o uth���������SI rs \\ heeler, Jas; Nicbo 1 so n,  Mary Bent..     "        '   ��������� ��������� ,���������.   .'; ��������� ��������� ��������� * "  : By GerowX. & Johnson *s! Express,!iarrived  25tbv August.;!at; 6 p:mL--FrbmiTale^rAi Sned-  A en, 2  Chi nam en; to Qi i psri el i n on tii.   From.  Quesnel in oi \ th~- Cbas; Roes, L: Mp i^ga-i; 1 Chi  mi man, to Barkerville.    y    -  Down���������By Johnson & Gerow?s Express.  August 20~M!rArcher^T. Kenhv;Vahd-a Chi^  nese prisonpp for Yale ; J. H. Nicholson, A.  Barlow, R. Pacy. for Quesnel mouth.  'theimost neCessaryrreform<v especial lywberr      ^ .  .  <mr!local mferesis are atstaki. The Assemb'y.     PosTAL���������Ati uU'buii mnice; signed Gilbert  Vil*al������6: have "a:: very vfrnportarit diity. to- pe; - i Griffiii, Post ^*Tice J nsf.pctoi, x,ppe m Vn  I he  formin arrangmirmrli^ancial matte  tbe new &ysfemiM<i:;itwill resfwith;them toY^anadian rates >f iM>Ktage are novv:;;in, f������rco,  ��������� decide the-grav^  VtopnaMaeUSpr^  Mr J. S. Thompson  Mr G. N.Mnrshfill  Mr.J. H. Pulliyim  Floren ce "W i I pbti.  ;MrsS: PYl'arker ���������  Agatha,  T������ Ijc followed by. the highly amusing "and laughable  ..% .'..'���������:'���������'     "*    .   ..farce,, 'i���������:���������,.���������. ��������� i :���������   j������, -.  ii 'liHE'AiA' LunA^t \cXiZ-*.  Sir Guy Trotter. K: C. B.,   -      - iyJAr James Les^1:  March* Hn rt* (a you ojr Art is t),; -;" ���������, Mr Go m er Jo h ns  Ru^gles (a Housebreaker), '       -   . ".'.Mir H McDermott  Mrs ;Arabella HanwQ"od.(a ,ricli ,*.''-        .   !���������  -y  ���������:���������:.'young Widow);    -.     -     '-";   .Mrs S.;P.-Parker  HatterjiiefMaicij'; .   '-'   :-���������    - '    Florence "Wilson  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  e Las % 0 h art c e f o r  \;':; Pli.<>t6graphs\   ;  BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Cariboo that all  . (>visliing.'to' litiv.e:;��������� their Lj k������nessea or Tiews; of  their Houses [or V hi nt s; t a ken, must call' at  No ������ne who iuLenrls  wintering .in  Cirihioi  shou 1#1 miss tlie present opport u nity..  :.iy \ X  BARKER y ILL E,  Oh or before i5tn September.:- *  - au5 td  CHARGES MODKHATK:  Eoardirig and  ' / i,..  Doors open, at .7.rS0; performance to.commence at  8o'clock.' yy-y-y. ���������;. "."���������','"':���������."��������� '���������::',:'' ..\  ' Admission,. $1; :Reserva(lseatsv $1 50: ;Tickets for  the Beserved seats can be ob tai tied of Mr Marsha 11  Barkerville.''" :.���������;������������������'-,;.., = ;--v-:-'";���������;"yyUyi;.u. ������������������" '  Liquidation Tickets taken for admission^   .'���������;. ���������  for C^a^ibd^^ntd  :&enZyxxy  .cep^ttiaiih fbrce!in,the other provinces;^ \\\\     t  , view of these i n) pbyfti \ t su 1 jee Is. w h i cb mi is 11w l l!f.  ; necessarily <������cc.npy tbeir! at!uitti in.��������� we^would; ^'^Jn-  reiterates uiir ad vi ce-vto^tho elect< rs: to be  can t ibiisV add, b!y^ al 1 viaeahs le tyth A- imi ai n I ai t d  A istpi c Is renrem h er. tbW;p rese u t ��������� i in fai vi :A is tri -,  bu jiipjfi!������)f ��������� repreaent^ft ouH an ������1 re tu nV n Zlon e!  who can ppssibly be s.ed i iced from Iiia fidelity  to theanterests of "liis- cons' tit ueiitsv -AZi ��������� ������������������'���������: Ay  lAfi;Tb*c;3? Jaijsb^Qacub Sukvb\v-^The.* survey in g pa rift u n <d e r. c |ia rp: e: o f Mr ��������� M aho od,  deta i led 1 fbr X tlie ex p\p ra I i o h of a ron te wes t  fro tn vi'e te J au ne Cach e a h d ���������;��������� L ea t her Pass,;  no..;Yih struct ions  al th ou gh Ca had iamPq sta 1; C ard s > an d 1 ett ers  Canad iai is, st ani i ������s , cam e., by mail Z.... Ac  U > 11) e ra Ies ; ari y er tised, p os tage to  any part of the, 1 )ominion is three.. cehis f -r  letters, one cent for newspnpers and pcistal  oard^r Letters to the tin i ted! Sta ies and Great  B.'itain, six cents. ..���������_ '  iy'AJpu[tjca^; .MeKTTXtt���������Nofeces; have'; .been  p6sted on Lightning- crwek ca 1IIiiig, a pub'lic  ineeti ng: to^b e held?at. Van wink 1 o th is��������� eyening,  for the purpose of nominating candidates tor  the next Legislative Assembly. Whether! tlie  intention of the Lightning Creek people is to  nominate .the;-full number of three candidates  for th e! Ca r i b oo! A is t rictA ova s. m an y a ss tbey  consider their own locality entitled to, we are  uotaware. :!,..,-"..;������������������  after having their ahimalsshod- and all preparations made started eastward on Thurs-  Aay. A lat'ge, nilmbe'r of animals are on the.  way loaded with provisions and other requis- Z. -Tifka trk To-NiauT��������� Don?t forget, that the  jtes to fellow the pioneer expedition, and we! A nut?nrs will perform two capital pieces to-  entertain^sanguine^hopes tbat the direct road night, when there should ; be a full house,  thi^igh;".fi^*;'tEia;.^jftce. to. .theFraser willve^oetially as during the summer months tie  M!ARB THE BEST TIME!  y    pMVE THE BEST STOCK!- /y. .  ��������� ������������������., 'f USB THJB'BEST COACHES!  HAV E^'HE MOST CQM P Ii^ENT DRIVERS  ! ; C ARR. Y THC MOST P ASS ENGERS li  Za   do -THE Largest -businessi^ ha  And guarantee to con m*et wilh the Steaioders  ������������������ '-.:���������- : at -each, en d," ��������� < '>:' ^ ��������� "> '     r ���������  .'.'������������������ Z. . Tiea ye! Barkery j lie on !��������� Monday: v  ! ": at Six a.m.Vreach! Yale Thursday :{i  ���������''-���������'���������'��������� at Six p.m^. Mii(l arrive at Vic-  y- toria pn Saturday ai; Four p.m;, y;  FOUR DAYS AHEAD OF  ri.,:-..-  prove a success.;-The> route by way of Bear  . lake has been- adopted as must practical) 1 e,  as be! n g nip re free; 1 ro m A s wani ps and other  obstacles "than any.' other, and from the reports Ypf; F''ed. Black an'l the trap"*i;s v^n  fia ve fp 11 o we i t* id trail. % tithe su m v. j t o   the  A \ yide. b i* i \y een! the, *. h e'ad A a i e rs o t 6 wa!... p  ri ver an d.; the s t reams running e. ist t o t h e  Fraser there will be little difficulty in getting  through/" It js;. we think; a- subject ot /con-  gratulatibn'that the present route should have  been: selected instead, of the much longer,  tortnous and dangerous course of the Fraser.  which never:'coliVA have been of any practical se r vice, even! i f, as is very do ub tfu I, i he  boats at first intended to be used had been  got safe through to the head of navigation  this season.   ^Ve see little reason to doubt  that the result of the present course will be  to demonstrate that the "sea of mountains'7  reported ,to lie between Cariboo and, the  Frasec eastward,Yinstead of forming an im-  practicable barrier to travel, affords thorough  facilities for opening direct communication  with Tete Jaune Cache, and we will go  the  length of hopim? that the Dominion Pass will  be found the beit and most feasible for the  ultimate construction of the grand object of  our desire���������the highway which is to connect  on British soil the Atlantic and tho Pacific.  SptA M: En<3 !>:ES.--We are glad to perceive  that (lie subject of supplying steam engines  and pumps to mining companies in Cariboo  Is not only attracting considerable attention  throughout the community but is likely to assume a practical,form without delay. A preliminary meeting of parties interested in the  matter was held <������n Thursday evening, and a  proposition having been submitted from the  Gladstone Co. offering very liberal terms for  hire of suitable machinery, a committee was  appointed to take the matter in handand  form a company for the purpose. The gentlemen present offered to take a large portion  of tbe stock, and we think there will be no  difficulty in raising the anaoimt required,  especially a9 the scheme offera such favorable  indneemeatp  for profitable   iavestnieut   of  j re ure of other engagements renders, it irr-  \>oA hie for t*ie Amatetirs to give many en-  tertainments.    ��������� ��������� .;  Hox. J. W. Trutch was sworn in as Lient.-  Governol, by Chief Justice -Begbie on- 14th  August.  JK^ REMEMBER    THIS I ^T  Travellers by the FAST LINE SATB  FROM TWELVE TO TWENTY DOLLARS  by not loitering, as other lines do, on this  road. '. ������������������-..-;���������������������������' ���������-������������������.'  jel7 F. J. BARNARD.  NEWADVERTISEMENTS.  THE OOURT OF REVISION AT QtJES-  I    nclnumth will be hcbl on the ELEVENTH of  September, instead of the 21sU'  H. M. BAt,tY,  Registrar for Cariboo Ehtctorul District.  . Kicbfielfl, Au-n^lSth, 1871.        U ant������  "f  FQR  Saint   ^  W!ILLIAMS: I^KEr B.C.,   ; v  "TJndcr the directionot the   ;-:.:;.    ,  HEV.. FATHERS OBLATEB OF'M ARY" IifMACUL'ATB,:  -��������� L '��������� "Will be opbn lor tjje reception of Pupils on Y.  ! OTNESDAY, ���������UST 30, M|;:  'x[A;'A"Z\   A'AA'A''A'i^[:iiZ['iAZlZ x-X  Rnanl anrl -TnUion. for .Se3i<{<m of eleven months, $22#  Wa sl f i ii i,r &' .Men ii i n g- hi m "a'!':' ,>*���������.,-' r; y .. $ ply.  Fay mouits; to be; i naile e vy ry' half; session i n ad va h Oy.  '.. G55r';.-F������r. farther pdrtictilars^app!y,!'to:. (heyKiiy.  Fiitlit'r Director, St..liisejih'dAlissiun. ...   jy29, ih*i..  A NDyB^KERY  'PHIS OLD AND WKLI.-KKOW.V ESTABLISHM KNT  J.     is alwiiys supplied Willi  tlie; best wi; A*veiy Liiiiijf"  that can be proturij.U in Cariboo.- '..Xx,....xu..X ,  Boa^rdyXX. :$12 per "Week.;  Single Meal?,. -r -,--$1.  .'���������������������������: ;..V ;'xZAiy ;.7rhj������'Cclebmted ��������� ���������."'.'  FRESH "GROUND COFFEE, c  A superior nrticle to a by which cpu bp lu^l'iVonv 1*������-  low, Koaste.u" hii'I Grouuil on the. iire'n������lB's tiv-m th������  best seiiHjted beni(js, and warruulbd lre* \mm a������!������I���������  terauon.. .'';'"- ������������������   '    " ��������� -. ..>' .'  jel7;    .������������������   Z .. X ' .  J. G. G00O<O.N.   :-  GEORGE   BYRNES  Hns been iufc-iruciet'i by .Mr Peit^t^!. of Riclifieldj  to .sell, by Public Auction,-  On Tuesday,  Sapt. 12th,  The whole of bis  Particulars hereafter.  -ALSO,-  Kaowa as the Richfjkid Hotel, "unless dispo&ad of  by %ko &1*% Auguae.  YALE AND BARKERVILLB,'    ?  Importers, Wholesale and  ;  Retail Dealers in ;   ,  GROCERIES & }?ROVISIONS,; .  .TONES & LIQUORS,  '   i)RY GOODS, CLOTHING,.  [Ay   HATS &CAPS,  BOOTS & SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  CIGARS & TOBACCO,,  STATIONERY,  HARDWARE & CROCKERY,  And a complete assortment of  )  Oppeuhcimer Bros, bejf to inform Traders, Miners  and yartncTS requiring a stock of Good a that tbt������y  hold a large and well Rejected assortment, and are  preparer! to sell at the Lowest Mark ot Prices.  j$@- We invite inspection of our Stock bel'dro par-  chasing elsewhere.  $3&. NEW GOODS are being received coatiaually.  Fresh Banch Butter,  OF BEST QUALITY,  RECEIVED   BY   EVERY EXPRESS.  I) EG TO ANNOUNCE THATTHEY H AVE REMOVED  ) to the ���������padous premises tunnel ly knovvu as the  St. George Salbou, where, they will brut all times  prepared to furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  ' The   BAR       furnished with tho fiaest WINKS.  LIQUORS und CIGARS.  Board,  - $12 per Week,  ��������� 'Tr. ������������������   :  ^i>i7^lra  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION STORAGE.  Groceries, Provisions and  ������rs.  DEPOT     FOR  tnyiJO  i.\B  General Agency,  t>...  Pi ������������������  m  wet  am  sss  sz:  y  Y-  y.y.  ���������f  I  llll  n  m  Hi  H  THE  SATURDAY; AUG. 26. 1871V  SPECJA.LTOTH15 GA&IBOO SENTIISELV.  Thufsflayfa:  ! ! y.ZfAy u ^^^^iy^yZZXyZ  Lo nd on; A u gus t ������ 2-���������T he f i tries: sa y f* ; the  new lo a n w i 11 h a ve I o It e ob ta i h ed before.tlie  city of Paris can be restored to its condition  before the war.  ���������~'%',iZZ������i  .VICTORIA.  25<!Sli:.rf.,;.,-..^...  vi,...:  -  : Vfotoria, 23d~ThOf^ Alibi'  left at 9 Am* fori iSartFrancisco^AvUh 50 j>as-  serigersi hfiibAf et whom were Lum 1 ey Franks  tin, E. G. Alston and family, Mrs M cLean and  Jwo icii11"flw!������ii;; t)lit^'D6] Lane, J. Hey wood, L.  Stap] es, H. M* Cofaen, H. Gr it n bau in and II.  Mason;��������� '��������������������������� ' ������������������,��������� ' ���������      " y"'"' \  ��������� Ari lafterno on parly was given on board  H. M.S., Zeal bus by Adrairal Farriuhar. .  yX-A moonlight excite!oil/will .be given by  ) he  Mecbanicsr Institnte; at; Esquimait  on  T b u rsday even in A n ex t.  The skating rink continues to .attract aa interested c ro w cl ii igh tly.  The sleafner Enterprise H'ft foj* New:Westminster with fnl I 'freight and .W passengers,"'..  1)rs;.-Trimball und 1 \>welI.. will be candi-  calJ fni tra for V ic to r fo ci t y.  )ttei\ with a ftilj cargo, sailed  th this morning. -y. yy  Loiidon\ 21st^Paj jiamenf, bt^s: |>een> pro-  rogued by R������\yal C������ ���������mmvssit'h, ���������   *    r ^  . ��������� iy  The potatou b|ighkli.ijis ^^geloped to an  al arm i ri g est eat fi i'.. Irefffi/d ���������;���������";���������^ %he- ilii rd of tbe  ' 'cn������p is almost ruined. ] 1   Ay   Z..������   '  QneerivYicit-ria.w^  .'isagaitrill.Y^Z''AyM ���������'".������������������ ^ZAi:.X A''  lyarisMlst^^ oh  the lMi^et;:a������freed|/to fis Tin era salary at  lialf a mil!i<miAt francs, with additional credit  for ordinary expenses. .' ?;     f  yL oiiVloia, !5I5iip^  . Ypartof :     ...:' ,-���������"���������'   , [ '--A,   ������������������      A"A ���������  iZZy'y ^^^A^K^^ZAZ'Zyyyy'  The lime hais how arrived when Tariven-  ah led; tore! ease y ������u frorfi your attendance oii  Parliament,;.'and:l,r:r>mm������nd y<inr, unwearied  1 al)orator ihe pnj������1 ic ,;gripd.,:.;X. a ck.iiow 1 edire  the loyal read i Oess with wh ich y������ ������u ha ve tii Ad e  '., Yiir o visio ns 'fo r tlie Pri n cess 1 i' mi i.*e a a d P ri nee  A v th vi;r.   .The g rea t/ey e n 1 s* an d c h a a ges w h i c h  li ii: v e^rece n tly- < > ecu i ! i*ed' i ti Hi i yi <p,eM<i not co ih -  j������ro tn ise 'the'; fri end I y' relA\ \ n ks e %: i s I j ng b e-  it ween  t h e: IJ n i l ed: K i tt g d < < rn - a n A: Fo re ig'n  ) ������o w e rs.   W i t h s pe di a I, sa i isl'u eft on I' r e (e r o n  -'  the p r ese n t o cca * Ioil lv ���������< a i v ret a tio n s w i t h tl j e  AfJa\ted StaU*s. ., Ky i^ie Ttealy^f \\faMiinfftm  ;, j������> I'i i n s (i fy se 111 em e n t 1 ia ve I������ee n 1 x w 1 r <"j ri U \ r  v*iia i i y q 11 es'i h������i is w ti i c h h a v e. 1 o tig ro in al ii ed in  " tlkji ii le w itii. f lie Ul i i t ed SI a tes G Xvor n men t.  ���������The'President conpun-ed-with nwtij,the 'ap;  .-j) li c a i. j\ at, u pf*n; tii e : $ ri .tie iple of in i u ��������� ic i p a I  ' " 6 i>tvcl aimed; ,iiy 'the  Last .JJight's Dispatches.  THEGiREAT BOAT RAdE^T^HE  ST,  JOHWS  CREW   VlpTO^  ^lioys -DEATH ;.^;:;j#;  S^;;!FORTrt;;Y,;:-::-.;>:;.^  ���������St������^hna,NB.i Angnst 23--The great boat  -race Jorthe championship of the world Came!  off th is m o r o i n g. The bo ats sta rted at 7:25.  and" 1 ed al ferhalely f6r fi ve miriu tes. A fc 7;*>3  t^e St.: John boat: was a head j; ati 7:45 the St..  Jo h n rs w a s the o n 1 y ere w ro wing, the* other  c re w h a v i ng go n e asl to re i n :rcon seq i j en ce. of  Hen forih beitig taken wi'th a St.!, The St. Joh n  erew rovved over tlie. chitrse, winniug the  race.   Time, 40 minntes 17 seboads. ������������������������������������''  zZ'ZZ '���������'���������' :!.^'-tbst^:;: !"������������������ AzZAiii  ;S t. John, 2 8il���������Ren fo r th d i ed a n h pitr a fter  titeeir ace! The od ds' we i e i n i a vor of the 'J -y n e  crew: n p tp. I be titne bf j*Inr<ing. with con^id*  erable betiing. :V It is ffetVerullyeoneedei that  the Tyhe;crew had already lest tlie race beT  fo re Ren forth was t ak ei������ i II,'.-���������'���������' VI ������<i ��������� St. J < il i ti *p  crew, made the ;roundinir in 1.8 mmutes, and  tl i e wh o le d is (an ce t in a tu t n u t������ 1 ess.. than ! 11 i e  time made by! the, Ty tie crew. Ail ZAixXiiiiiXAi-  WlNINGr INfELLIGKNCE.  xi  i "'*;: Vr!: Z ��������� i y^\v. taaa it criori^  ;y The'Forest Rose co. Irfst week w&ted 180  6z. The Ballarat co.^^^ washed ���������S5;oz,: The Cornish co. are cleaning np wel\iri their 16wer  gron n/1 and stilt piping abo ye.- L! The up per  creek claims are doing abbot as-usual.  IXlZlZ. .. RTOIT GULCH.;- "yy. . yy'-.-'y\, ���������  .^Thel^polden THope ��������� co^ are! ge tit ng better  ply as tl ley get into shallower grotihd. 'The  Taffy ale co. are,, making considerably over  wages.-' ������������������ y y /,,;-.'-; :��������� _    Ay. Z���������: x-,v: v:';..���������: >.-, .:;:  -  .  Zy 'Z'y-   coxKt;iy Gurcn.  The Ericson co. have .struck good prospeets  iri [the upper portion of' their claim.  ; Zyy..    '-,.,1 -,,. ���������   ORpUSR CKKKK.'     'AXX:y. -Xfiy A  ; The creek claims are generally doinj* very  well The Union cbV last week washed ".SO oz.  The1 Salt-Spring co.are getting good pay.  "���������'"'���������'   '. Z:.,y . CUXNfVOITAM.ORKKK, .  ' ��������� y. [Bei!P*"* H.'!M..;BAw>: Ksq., Gold Commi������������iooer.]  iZA'xZAZ ZZii'���������::!>K^^^;togust:.l9^ ���������  A.9AIJTION^TO^.5IIXEI?S Wl'THOtjlViilCKXCEa. '  T. .Pottku ts,!,R^ HEATp.-^Sult to;re8train  defendant irpni^ pre^ven^titigYplaintitr- taking  water in the^Casket' co^sdttcb. ���������! .','-  From the eyidence of plaintiff it nppeared  tbat im 18G7:he;; boiight; the'grotind of the  Casket co. with the understandiog that he and  Healh^ were ip^ be! partners." There? were sey-  oral debts owirig iviiich he assuined. . He and  Heath after wards d tig ad i toll to th e gro u nid.  The claim has not been-worked sinW, but haa  been laid: pver .tiM v the gro 11 iid in front ha������  been worked out. In the fall of 18(*8 Heath  went to Victoria: and did not retni'ti i������ 1869.  Plain tiff sent aletterApi him^to' knpw. what he  intended doing; but received no'answer. .Ia  1870 Heath  returned, and ,6n being asked  an ������tf������ p ai d n 0 tb i n g to *>$������ rd s 1 li a cl a ith.   i *iui a/  'Veler������^Rce"X which'::was-  vTiVatyef Paris,'nuA^iylncjh;!������������������rrf*)i<r������"ftyj*hfiv.ft"  tit ti * -x p \ivrU\; j.i 1 y vj ������f r ec������ * iii tn e ri jl) n g)by y .%tNs p 11 ������������������"  ZA"''; Zy  A "ErROPEANY.:       *.      ,  i London, 23d ���������A collision .occurred   last'  night on the! M id 1 and Raiiway.  : Ma 1������y per-,  his creek; are doing' very well, as they do  e,very summer. ,,:   f  ,��������� TJGHT^IX;G OURRK..  A The Soxith \Vales:co^ last week wash3d!2l5  oz. The i B j)riic|s c 0 ������ 43 te; t h ey have co in ���������  ni anced r ti n n i n,g, a '��������� ta i 1 -ra ce fo r the s baft to be  sunk at the lower end of' their ground. The  Lightning, co.are getting sma* 1 pay*: ^Th'ftyEi-  d oirad 0 cp. con ti tui e to" mn ke igi i'o d' wliges.  T h e Va hw in kle co. are m'ak ing good h ead -  vr ay w i th- their. A rai n tunnel. This is a h e avy  u'ndertaking* .it -will beahout 21pp feet to  their shaft; and willv take_ = nearly a year to  complete. The V.icn<-.riaare-in.;.daily expectation of b rehkihg i i n to "the !chahn el. " The  Vancouver: :co.-have been- fixirigv up/; more  powerful machiriety. for their new'shaft^ arid  i n te n d star ti hg as so) > n as th e: Vic tori a b reak  through.���������;���������-������������������ "���������':;-: iXyZA'iZ/xZ~.Z< x.[ '..:'  .Y-:.:;-   .'!:;:���������. v\.!"\.iownkR cnicKKriV-! ���������  The "Bro wn co.'. h a ve go t th ron gb with their.  hintiel intotj  pec ts. T h e Vi a toria' co. are 0 n go 0 d p ay, hti t  the er������.tind is very dtfficiilb! to work; The  lilack Uull co.. can, do very Utile, not having  water'to hoist m0re tbati a little dirt:  ;' Escape ���������������������������. fuom^ JAir^���������Cht>ng See, the Chip?'  m a n u n der. se n te ri ce o f. death; for stabiii ng  I wo others i n Ba rk er vi 11 e, w h 0 has been kept  i n jail at Ri chfiel d li j 1 t he qtiesti un of com mn -  ta lion of the sentence to -iiriprisnnment was  TWe/^lKoa^^d.'.titil sPn^-^^'0 4j mu r^*l. ,:. yy .y\ -..-y.     y ,-,,  v rnle^-tor itniVUnVr^li^ rn������ntiiftc^cWnM+tinHvor! At n:meeting tn favor.of the.ballot held at  net 11 ra lV vv hi 0 h; i ir nst w 1 \\:-fd rin a va iVtitb 1 e Kir mmgfmm .1 ast even 1 ng speeches were mad e j with two 0 titer' co n victs,' when he : m a d e an ���������  11 d d i t i 0 n' t o t he cod e \ ������f ��������� In tern a tio 1 i u 1 1 a wL.��������� a M 4 few} u i i 1, < ri.< ad 0 p t ed c onA em r 1 i ng. th e j exc a se ;to sto p b eh i ii d f0 r a m i h n to, b u t on  I p la oe,, ii 111 re I i a n Zo. i\\ in h the A ii������p n si fh ��������� ti offc 01] v^ ^' lhe;)l ouse 0 f Li ������rds fi \ rej ec ti n g th e ] the j ai I er 10 ok ing ro n n d ..fo r. h i m . n 0 sign  America, to caVrv-ftirward with-cofdiaiity tlie i b'M providing fur vote.by ballot- at elections...; conld be found except his irons, which had  arrangements '.which were determined on fori Serious disturbances took place yesterday j been filed throiigh ready for:ah emergency.  the e xecti '{��������� io n o I 11 a������ T iva ly.   I sh al I a pp ri se ! ^t Ne w c ast I e. w here th e wo r k m en are. @n th e ; th e p r isoner hav i ng m ade a-1 \ reak ��������� for ; tin  '-the Parliament Of Canada of.- the! provisions  settled. :riiade;;:his !escape very cleverly.00  Tt j esd ay even i n g.;. He h ad l:> ee 11 ta ken.������i p the |  hill $y: the -jailera short distance frbm.'tlie'l more evidencVasd^  cbiirt^house toget-di������\vri some woo<r;al6nffiin;^^ *c*"  tt tf1 had .si n bt j spen t���������a greal d aal ;b.f time im ���������  prbviiig arid enlarging the diiciijand laid paid  tV������r Replug Zip'[��������� the ;!recbrdk [y According tp  his' bbbks, which were produc������fli .the cluittx  bwed bim $954. he haying Avorkedlhis spring  SI days.^^ and hayirj.2IptAA p!T aritimber of tbe  (t id deb tail : Las t. year, h e had got for diich  rent -S.74, and this season he had let it out for  aboiit $060, biit hadnot Rot all the-money  yet;>iJIlie ��������� xtrijjinaljiunderstanding���������.was that  lleath;was to have half interest in the claim  by-paying hal f the debts and, expenses, whieb  p lai n tiff was; si i 11. w i 1 j i ng to ab id e by * fl ad  no; khowleilffo:of defondant holding a free  miner's certificatt!::since 18G8. .  In answer to Questions by Mr Park, eounsel  feridefendarifc^plaMff'said be had  told Sir Stephenson he cottld get water from  the: ditch and,' arrangeywitlv Heath., and that  in v J(J9 he b ad l to) d Al r Rob in son, fo rem an of  .tbe:Cornish^co^ who I.-warited ��������� tojget water,  that he could do nothing till he .beard froio  Heaths Did nottoll Mr'Alien; of "the Dutch  Bill! co., rthis; sp vi ng,��������� .w ben making arrange*  men ts for w a ter, th at Hea th; w as sti 11 bis p ar U  ner..������ r-. 'yy \. ��������� \   y   ~   ;' (- "���������' _ ������������������  Mr WaikGm,Y conn sel; for plaintiff, called  the defendan t an d: asked him i t he ;held a free  miners certificate.; .))efendant said be did  not, and h������"A lie) d nonet o r some -years. The :  record book being proilneed showed the date  b f 1 ast. to h ave b ee n. Ee h ri i'ary j, 1 Hfe8,  Mr \V al k eiri the ri sabl Ite'" w 6 n Id produce no  strike and new hands, emidoyed.   A serious  which.require itscmsent. which in tny riewjrtot is,apprehended.       .  are highly conducive to tlte interests .of ihe!    The statement that Gluchwste-r  Dominimt. , On !tl|e^e provision^/ however.' wtit.sucueed Earl Spencer as Vice  13  3 'a\?\ tamen t wi 11 pass ah:iri'������1 ej>en dent a n?I fi naj  judgntent.^���������The Government of France  has  .   kii^nified its desire to alter s.,������me ]>rov]siohs iii  tlie  com me rem 1 treat y of l-Sl'O.- w hich is. terminable ti pon t w elv e tn on tl is Aiy' i i" e by ei t h er  -country.   1 am anxious to tn-eet the wishes of  a friendly power and givetsc^pe'.to measures  calculated to wieet, exijinnciea. but I stmll wit-  tt ess w *f lit c< moe r n an y c h a n ge <������f a mil] it; c to  restrict "tlJat cosaiuercial iiitercojirse between  two, .countries .which lias done,: so much for  closer a a ton, '."  The Ijord'Chanceilhw read the speech., and  declared Parliament udjoinm^l until the 7th  November. \,.,  London^ 21st���������John Bright has'toa great  degree rec<ivered his., healfcl������,:>..and tvHi cer^  tainly resume his parliamentary duties next  neeeiou. ���������* ������������������   ,. ���������  I5KITEI) STATES.  Savannah, 20thT���������A terrifrc -gale, aecom-.  panied by alteavy"Tarti, occurr^jrl on Friday  and Sat 11 rd ay. The ra i I way 9 were ba d'ly  damaged, the-tracks being washed away.���������  Many buildings are d aril aged. The rice crop  has c" 11 tiered heavily.  Boston. 211th���������Tn compliance with the request of the citizens.of -Springfu*Id. Ben. Butler will open, the, Massachusetts campaign by  a speech iti that city on Thursday*.  New York, 21st��������� Mayor Hall thinks Ihe  Times showed great waivt>of political sagacity  in commencing an attack on Tammany so  early in the season. -Had >it waited tin til a  Week before.the electum.it would have been  a wiser and perhaps riior# sriccesHftil one. He  believes the Times attaoks have/strengthened  Tamrajiny, as the question lias been ably  taken,up by the,Democrauo press throughoiit  thefcomitry, and thnt4tW iritiuerice ot Tammany, which before wks local, has uow be-  ���������come natiimal.  A WaBhingtomspeofciyl says T>oui(mieil has  decjared himself in f������y?o'r of Grants ^omin-  ������tion.  Fred. Drew ]m beea oppoiaitedColtoor  V"   *t..  : woons. and scurning a petty theft leaving her  j Ma j es ty's je wel ry b e h i n d. A s so 0 n as possi-  ble several Indians were put on the fugitive's  track, but as it was getting dark he could not  be found, nor has anything been seen, of him  si n ce. A re wa rd h as bee n offered fo r his np -  . prehensi0n, and as he has many' onemies  among his own cetmtryytett it isyeryprob  able that he will be caught. .IJemairis of a  fresh fire, supposed to be made by the f'ngi  ti ve. we re d ise 0 ve red yes ter d ay not far u p  the hill from Richfield.  Caption* rro-iltTstiiioOM Eatkiis-���������AUhongh  the ordiriary riiushroom is n01 fannA so high  up iri the mountains of Cariboo, there are  some va riet i <'s 0 f edib 1 e fansri iit. 0u r yict n i ty  which fornvan excellent substitute. Parties.  h >) we v \ ri "a tie in pltt ig^to gather an yof those  for fo od sho ti 1 d, be th 0 ro it gh 1 y p os I e d as to  which are esculent and which poisonous. A  Frenchman :tamed Gayet. residing on Grouse  Creek, last week indulged in a supper on  some of those delicacies which nearly proved  fatal, as lie was found in liis bed next morn  iug in an Insensible condition. Stimulants  were applied, and a message sent to Barkerville for. Dr. Chipp, who immediately went toj  couraging. The lead is now dffcoveredto be | the sufferer's relief, and with proper attention  /live feet wide. ���������- j he. recovered'frota .the consequences of his  The Assizes will be held In Yale to-morrow, j da nge km is feast.  The steamer Lillooet arrived here, about! Qamxkca.-Several parties have arrived  noon yesterday from New Westminster. She Ljftce flup |nat ta|i wbf0 on aecount of pcai,  bmighta tew passengws and 50 tons treigh^ -of vfgi \mX laclr of U10imy ]mve  She lett again at 8 thie morning. Among Urn , ^ ^ (Vozen out" of the new mines. Their  pa������sengei's were several Oa h lorn urns bound  Fortesnue  iceroy of lt*e-  and is denied.  Versailles, Aug. 24th��������� The prolongation of  Thiers7 power as President of tiie Republic is  now assured;  An(ith<kr instalment of 300,000 francs has  been paid to Germany.  Madrid. 22d���������The Spanish Government has  ordered tlie release of Sign or La Farque,  Agent of the International Society.;      ���������'      '���������  Rome, 22d���������The reports which have been  current of a crisis in the.Itaiian Oovernment  are unfounded.       y      ,  Berlin, 23d���������The Emperor will, temaia at  Gastof for,a fortnight, then he wiil visit the  King of Bavaria.  *'���������"-  '.'���������/���������   fALf,  Yale, Anarust 25���������Barn ard-s Express ar-  rived at 7 o'clock last event rig ,"Ge row <fc Jobn-  sonrs'at;2 this morning���������in.ylririe to con nee Fa-  Willi the steamer.  News from ther'Hope silver lead is very en-  MiiLangkvix���������A telegram received yesterday states that Hon. H. L.Langeviu will arrive at Barkerville next Thursday evening.  As a member of the Canadian Ministry, and  the fii'isfc ^Dominion official to visit us, the  people of Cariboo should give him a good  ��������� reception." -  Fr^tra���������Vhe Messrs. Ilarper are selling  Cliaton Elxtra afc $14 p������r 100 lbs. in wholesale lots. .....  M������ 3. F, McCreight haa heesi vppo'miAJ  %0jng Mtpmej Geuerai.  repn't had been struck on any of the new  creeks. The bodies of three men were reported to have been found on the Skeena  trail. It is supposed that on their way down  they bad lost their way and died of starvation.  Sylvester's Express, with two weeks* later  dates, is now due at Quesnelmouth.  Sknt Bk'Wvw���������Thomas Kenny, <-f Richfield,  who has b-etui apparently weak in his intellect tor seme time, was sent down to New  Westminster this week in charge of Constable  Archej, Ah Chow, sentenced last month to  six months'" imprisonment tor selling liquor  to Indiuus, was also scat at game lime*  cord i ng to Sec; 21 of ��������� the Jl in ing; Law, which  reads.:��������� ��������� ���������   .,l  .-.    '...ZyX- ['.. 1  /No person shall bie recpgnizjPd as having  any light or interest, in or to any mining  e 1 ai m 0r di t ch, or any 0f the go 1 d t he ret n. tt n-  less he shall be, or .in case of disputed owner*  sh i p. un 1 efr-s; he sh al 1 h a ve;\been; at.; t he ti me of  tit e d isp it te arising, a Free Mi tier.".  . Mr Park, for defence, argued 'that this wa������  h01 a case in \toiitt;. Potter was trustee, for  his client for one-half the ditch, aiid could  not use Heath's half for his own purposes,  and there was ho necessity for the-latter hav^  ing a miners certificate; the whole claim be*  ing recorded in Potter's name,who held a  certificate, was all .'that was required. The  trustee must keep. up the records and hold a  certificate.  "  .  1 he f'ommissioner decided;that def* n b ra' 1 y  diverting"ihe water and settihg up the plea of  trusteeship claimed a' partnership in the oirch.  The law was clear ; not being a free miner,  he could not be recognized in 'this court af;  having any right ,or ;interest in mining  property. Judgment must therefore be given  fo r. p 1 a i n t.i tf, w ith . c osts., .an d : d e fe ri da n t re*  strained from interfering with!the water until  he could prove some title.'.  The -Commissioner then! asked Heath if he  had been engaged in mining: and' if he was  aware of the consequences of 'so-doing without holding a free miner's certificate ? Tho  latter, admitted that Me had worked on* Hard-  scrabble last year aiid on William creek thin  spring, but was notav/are-ihat he wits acting  contrary to Taw. J The Commissioner then  read Clause (i.) in .the schedule to tbe"Licence  Ordinance, which provides, tjiat " Every per*  son not having a free miner's certificate engaged in mining for gold, whether on his own  accouut or "for hire, shall pay an annual  licence of 85 ;'* and. Bee. 3 of same Ordinance, which imposes a penalty not exceeding  $251) for every such otfence. As defendant  appear.e'1 in the present instance to have acted  in ignorance of the law, he would not now  exact a fine, but would recommend him to  get a free miuer'b certificate as soou as pos*  si ble. _L**2i ...  Fnus���������A house belonging to a colored man  who has betjn eujraged burning charcoal in  the meadows, took tire on Tuesday, and wan  totally consumed with its contents, including  100 sacks charcoal, which had just beea  burned and sacked for the Government Assay  Office. It is supposed that some, of the char*  coal had been taken from the pit while still  in a state of caiefafltiou m& had i������nU������d &a,  re������t. '.   .   y WBtmn  '-/  ^DiNING:'iNYTEXAS.^H^  Horace Greeley, in bis.letters from Texas.  mentions the great abundance of food, and its  abominable preparation for the table, and  :idvertises for forty thousand cooks to reconstruct ihe State in that particular. '  '���������"'* TIIlS WAS A HARD HIT.  but fewf will deny its justice, as the following  anecdote will prove : Our gifted but eccentric friend, Dr.-a A. F-���������, of Fort Bend,  was called to a distant settlement in consultation oyer a knotty case in which the local  physicians.had,- for a wonder, differed. The  fami ly was weal I hy. i n Texas good s-^Iaii ds.  cattl e|ihor������es, ch il d ren, an d b ther^ tf coriritry  ;prddnce^^bn't! _��������� Jdm"effil4V>ty-: poor in culinary  a ccom p) isiim en ts a ri d the kind red jn lis.: Now  nipjmanever left dte^bln^,!:"gra;ss region of  Kentucky with keener:appreciation of the  p pi h t of a b 1 bo A li orse, the flavor o f Bon rb on  whisky and t tie taste of g 6b A ' vUtl ps' . th an  the doctor, and he has always been ready to  quit any other business, however important,  to discuss either of these subjects! particular! y w h en\ op p o r t ri n i ty was a (To rded to i 11 us-  trite with samples.    ,    / ��������� .   ,  A.A KpT,TO {flimim^ TO OUfl MUTTON*" ���������  (beef in this case). After due: deliberation*  accompanied with salvos of big ariillery  words (theilegitimate weapons of the faculty)  the case was-decided, and a plan of treatment  agreed upon. Dinner was now announced,  ttndfyall followed the little ebony messenger  to the dining-room. Here. on. a long table,  without covering, was displayed an assortment of plates, which,-from the variety in  ������������������ ���������ize;. and color, Were evidently intended to  suit avery peculiarity, of: taste in crockery.  The knives and::forks were equally various,  #������nti ran through-tlie.' gamut from a pocket-  knife up to a huge butcher-knife, mounted on  a corn-cob handle.- The forks ran downfrom  three prongs t o two���������-one���������and termi nated in  a two? pronged; s( ick. ��������� There were two large  platters, of boiled- beef, a pan;: of variegated  butter,; a big finger-bread colored earthen  pitcher of creek warer. and an abundant sup-  ply.of-,pallid, dropsical looking chunks of  corn-bread, which on their surface of fracture  presented a marbled appearance and exhaled  a peculiar animal odor. ��������� ��������� ������������������.���������>' .  M   : ��������� .        > \ALt BKlKG SKATED  there was a long patise, and the. lady, of, tbe  house, being^deceived by the solemn counr  ten an ce, bald bead and patriarchal' beard of  Dr.^F���������:���������-��������� into the' belief that he was a'  preacher, broke the silence by requesting  hitn \ o ''{sa y Grace." Tiie (1 oc tor p t'<imp t ly  bowed bis bead, lifted his hands, and in a  pectiiiarly. reverentia I tone, so lo w as to be  ority^heard by those nearest him, littered:;  1 Good Lord���������*y ho': b 1 eased tlfe'loaves!!and  ��������� ���������-��������� - # fishes���������*    " ���������'-  ��������� ��������� '    * '*" y   ��������� ' '    "A  Do riot forgive these dirty^dtehes\ ' !"' y*!  BtU'add some manna;-to tins, meat,! ������������������;.;' ;  Or something else that's .fit to eat;" ';';,i; y,  '. When we'come' here again: toId trie,1 ii  With this creek! water mix; some wine;i!  .We'd humbly askif ^tWould^be fair;\ !';'! y  To eat our butter without hair,:''/!    '''Ziuy  Arid'scrul iritze wi th care the bread, '! Z l~y  To find what *t is within that's dead.      / '  For th'ese:we would- our thanks return,  Tlie Madame here dpdH'.eaftiVdunj,^\;,^\':!i  They who were near enough to .catch, tbe  Grace made alivelydinner of it, and the lady  was deliirhted vrith the appreciation of her  repast, and on parting gave a pressing invitation to all to call again.   F. says he ' obeys  no more, calls to.:thah.ministry.'  .������*&**,*  ^iscelkXne6us!:  VAN   W^  ��������� VlitGHTNINO'-'CRBBk','- \Vy f; '! ���������  ,Y i,i  ' .  -yy^AU- ���������XX.i2lJl'.yXXxxyyyyyyy  MINERS AND TRADERS will find:it to;.ttieir a'dV  vantage to 'purchased t this Store, where there is  Of thevcrybest "description on hand,arid > the Stock  constantly replenish eel bynew arrivals. The propria.  tors willsell Goods.  as;|cheAp? as ��������������������������� !AisiT in , qaribooL  Orderspromptlyttlled ,and forwarded with dispatch  ;      BEEDY & LINDKART),  "Van Winklev -,.';���������.. .': -Y Proprietors  MISCELLANEOUS,,  *:���������������������������  mm, TTJ^STALL & C6i  XAZA^BOW. iOfl&RCH ��������� JAM>r LONDON.  J. H. TURNER, &c Co.,  yy   i     yVl^  ;��������� JBg^vGoods bought in the:Earopeati; Jiarkets to.prger jfiro^  'Britisii Columbia, sold inLondon.  Aily-i,.. AAx     '".' ":!'r. A.'\' ���������"' A��������� " ' '���������"' "  -���������-������������������ 'V: ZZZZ^ '.'.������������������':������������������?��������� ?:?:^^;'P'^cXs'^^:i:N;^-' y-x'y<  LONDON^I^nd^n arid Westmm *Z.        !!  M^ssra.^Cbpe^tak^'.Abore^-.Ca;-; 5 Bow "Church Yard.  VICTORIA���������Bank of British North America.  pry6 6m  itimiVoifeentourgli & Co.  e  ps  Barkerville, Richfield  ���������A:ci>���������  E.  ��������� A SUPPLY Ol? THE  BEST JJ4LITY OF FRESH MEATS  ALWAYS ON HAND.  A Widower's Last Rksort���������The trials of  a young widower up in Windham County, Yt..  Su.trying to get.' help >. are racily told by a  c nrespondent:    At last,   ahnost  disconr-  a;ed. be-drew up in front of a small dwelling  among the hills and asked the customary  qnestion.   ' Can you tell me where I can get  a woman to do the work in a farm h on Re?'  * Where are you from V asked ihe old man,  viewing the handsome horse and buggy with  ft critical air.  .' My name is-���������-, and I am  from -~.'   'Oh. yes! I've heard of you;  you lost your wife a spell ago.   Wall, Fve  got six ;gals���������good gals. too. and you may-  take your pick among "eta for a wile ; but  they wouldn't none of *em think of going out  ter work. *I should full as iieve you should  tike Hannah, because she's the oldest., and  her chance ain't quite so good, seein' as she's  nigh-sighted, and, can't henr very well; but  if yon don't want ber,you can take your pick  of the others.'   Our friend went iu. selected  the best-looking one, drove to the Jus'ice's.  and was married, and carried,his bride home  tbat very night, having secured a permanent  and ^efficient housekeeper, who proves thus  far in every way satisfactory, with no question of wages, and no limit to the work she is  expected to do.  i VICTORIA,  B.C.,  MANUFACTURE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,  either Hi^h or Low Pressure,  MINING AID PUMPING MACHMRT,  Grist. Quartz ;uul Saw Mil Is, and in fact any tiling  .nnnnocr.rjtl wit-'j the' XI;��������� clone, business. Iron and  "S-trissCislin^s ol all descriptions. On hand and lor  salp, n 1 \rup npkorlmvrii of Sneet, Bar und other Iron,  Boilvr Boll������, J:jo!c Screws. Bra'ss Cocks, Globe Valves,  Cemo.tury 1������.ii 1 i 11������rs oI" <:ilier<eni V;\Llein.������. Car Wheels  witlVlron and .Steel Axles, Steam Pipe Fillings, &c.  A\\ orders promptly attended lo. Te'rnis Cash, at  our Works Ju Victoria. ' '  raylS Cm SPRATT & IRvlXG, Proprietors.  FLOUR, MOUR, FLOUR,  .FOaSALEATGlINTOIIIUS  SODA ..CREEK,    y:'y yy.yy    Z\)y    ;  QUESNELLE, and i yyyu ���������'    ���������  . BARKERVILLE  J. HARPER.  Miners' Provision  Store!  BARKERVILLE.  A.  T   THIS  STORE   will always  selected stock of the  be found a well*  A. GILMORE,  ���������cl  GOVERNMENT. STREET; VICT OR IA^ .VJ:  fTAS Otf-HANTV AND IS CONSTANTLY reccivinj?, a  JI :1 ft ry e fi ssor tm en t ��������� o C .: CLOTH S, CASSl.M fi RES  a n d. V ESTINGS, vv hi c Ii "Ah e i s p re pare d to make to  order iii th e most a u'pi^ved styles. ., ,, .    yy  i*!^* Parlies, on- William  Creek can. have  tbeir  raeaVa res tnlce'n by Mr McCallum, Bafkorvillo .  4^" All orders from Cariboo promptly attended to.  ;' ���������   :���������;.?������������������' '������������������''^--"myelin ���������  FRESHEST     GROCERIES  PROVISIONS   IN    CARIBOO.  :    BEST JAVA COFFEE  Roasted and Ground daily. .  Branch Store at Last  t Cliance,  Where a good assortment of .Goods will always be  lound.  I trust hy strict attention io business and fair and  square dealing, to merit a coii.tjmianee ol the lib**ral  patronage heretoiore extended io tne. Ie4.  OTIC E.  !ifr.  LOR EN CE is the best Sewing,  UaZh : m ->������fo r: Fa mi I y use, because v it  '$* -fti.;^i..,i"'gets but pf:brder. ���������"���������.If there::  i>' o. A Xr: ��������� "working wel I in'; ZZ..,  6y\xORMAyxuXX''xAly.yyZ  '~'XX-:COHf- y :'Z--'i-i'A-'{.'.yy:  vm HINGTON TERRITORY, ;���������  . Y\������}/hD'kyA:AZAzAZZ'A''ZZ  \DMOA^X.A-i[y.y-.XZyyyXy'AZ.  ALASKA,- yXyyA-'Zy'yii'ZA  BRiT/SH COLUMBIA,  ���������  . miic&Z'A*^  .     JAPAN, "... .   r     "-'   Y  Or CHJ^A.;- ?i"!jnfoemid;;<yf it, I will  fi x it without any expense ��������� to the  owner. 'iy.yZy iXxA-:\A:iZiuAyA- 'u  . SAMUEL inLL,:AgenV  No. 19 MoEtgomery Streeti South,  GRAND HOTEL BUILDING,  Pan jFrancisco, Pal.  Store Street (between Herald and Fisgard)  VICTORIA, B.C.  AXDREW ASTRICO, .....  PROPRIETOR.  The most commodious and clonn Hotel in Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle. Tha table  is supplied with the very bi-st the market a (lords.  Meals at all hours of the day. Private Dining  Rooms lor Families. ...  Board and Lodging per week. $5 50 ta.id $6 50.  Per day,   $1.    Single meals, 37 fe cents.   lk>d>: 50c.  4������* Fire proof Sale in tho House. my6\/in  npHTB  UNDERSIGNED  "BROS TO   INFORM. HIS  ; X frieu (Isand t h c p ub 1 i c ,t ha t h e li as li tted up some  COMFORTABLE    BEDyROOMS  n his new building, where lie is; prepared, to give  pood Hiids. at a reasonable j>rice. Those who will  i a vor i i i in wi th thei r p ti t ro n aye, m a y d epen d out he  cleanness and comlort oi'hiR house'  He tn k es a I s o t h i s o p pnia u n i ty to r c m i n d t h e Carl  b ooites that 11 i ^ lire w ery 11 a s re ccive o t h e; FIRST  PRIZE ol* the Colony for uisccicbrated  . . Send for Circulars and samples of  .the work. Active Agents wanted in  "every place.-;  /���������:'/..���������;.H/:BtAVENl-.AgeDt,V^.  j e 10 6m : .,: Vic to r i a. II .0.  XXX   ALE,  And the true amateurs wil Ibeableto judge by them  selves that such honorablcprizc has been justly  awarded to him.  N. B.���������A large iron troom to let,  "BarkevvilUvfau. 2^, 18(59. .     N. CUNIO  LEA & PE-RRINS'  Celebrated  WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Connoisseurs to l)e  :     THE   ONLY    GOOD   SAUGE.      :  JL.' CAS1MAY0U & CO.,  ��������� Wholesale Dealers in  Groceries, Pro-visions,  Liquors, Havana Cigars,  B.C.  YATES   STREET,   -   -   VICTORIA  mv6 3m  Caution against Fraud.���������The successor this  most delivioiis and unrivalled Condiment having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of4* Worcestershire tiaucer' to tlieir own interior compounds, tlio  public Is lierut*y informed that tht only way to secure tho genuine, I������ to-  ASK  FOB   LEA &o  PERRINS1   SAUCE  .'indlosce that their names are upon the wiiAfrta  T HAVE boon requested by several respectable par- j i.Anhf^1sTftiM������i.;R,and jwrn.E. ".  I   ties, wiiocah testuv to the olilcaoy ot my systum.      M>me o( *ha\oro\z\\ markets having been supplied  - - "   * ���������   with as])urious WorceHtnr^liire.Sauce.upon HK5 v rfip-  NOTICE.  DURING 517 ABSENCE, MB. JOHN BIBBY, wl..>  holds my Power or Attorney, will con duet my  business in Barkerville as TingmHit and Stove-  deaicr.  10th July, 1S71.  SANDERSON'  PKARCY.  J>22 itu  to again niake public the lact that  Moses9 Hair Invigoratcr  WILL PRRVRNT BALDNESS.  EKSTOKE HAIR THAT IS BKCOMTNfl THIN  OR FALLING OFF, and eiroctuullv  CUKE..SCUBF OK DANDKUFi'.  This is not a mere assertion en my part, as I have  in my possession numerous testimonials certifying to  the successor my remedy. ..  I do not ofcouVs'i pretend that I can make the hair  grow on heads which have been bald for years ; but  I will guarantee to stop the liajr Irom fa'llmtf nil, to  increase its growth, and effectual!v remove: Scurf or  Dandruff. W*. I). MOSES,  Barkerville, B.C.  CERTIFICATE.  This is to certify that rlunni? last spring my hair  was rapidly CnllinV out and my hem I was last becoming bald, when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES,Earlier,  BarkiTville, who in a few weeks res tor od my hair to  i ts form er healthy s ta to {I) A V1D GIB BOK8  BarkerviUft-Dec. .29, 1666. M'Ml'j  per and labels oi which the names ������* ^ea and Pcrrins  have been forged, h, and P. give not ice that they  have furnished their Correspond on ts with pow^rof  attorney to take instant proceedings against nanu-  FACTuftKUsand vkxjjors of such, or :.ny otberimita  lions by which tlieirrj&hl may hei nfringed.  Ask for LEA &. PERRlNS' Sauce arid see  Name  on "Wrapper, Label, EottleT and  Stopper.  Wholesale and for export "by the Proprietors, Vtor  center; Crosse and Black wel J, lion don, &c. ,&c. ��������� and  by Grocers and Oilmen universally.  SPROAT   &   CO.,  AGENTS FOR  The !Koyal Insurance Co,  JTTHAKF STREET, VICTORIA, V.I.J  ssse-  m  1  f i  xy  ���������'A  ESS  nnmmrw\m~ 'MWHl


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