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 ._-������  t.t' .������'  Barkerviiie, William Creek, B.G;;; Saturday, Deceialier 7,;- 1S7S.  o.  o  THE GARIBOO SENTINEL  '  Pttb1l8ned every Saturday by  BOB E R T s H 0 LLOWAY*  Subscription,' '���������. '���������* W. Cents Der "Week.  BATES OPADVERTISING..  Forone 8qttnre'ioneincti)vfir3tiB������ett!oa,   ��������� ? f3  "* ': '.** ��������� ' y* onemontli, .-  ���������  rlft  For two squares, firs*! nsertion. '-������������������-���������    5  4  s   ���������       -:u;'   ' one'm'rfo'tlv ���������'-���������������".- .  .  ���������    8  ; Agents for the*'Cariboo Sentinel."  Yan WlnWe, ���������  Quesnelraouth,  ���������gotta Crecrfe,   >  ���������Clinton, V-     -    -.  y������ie>;,jt*-.; -<���������,���������?   .  '"New. Westminster,  victoria, '���������  1.. P. Fisher, >���������  . ....  9������an &"'C������'.y':'  Q. Street,'     ���������      ���������  ��������� ��������� A IVMcTnnesJ  ���������     Barnard to Express  ; ��������� Cl Barnard** Express  , ii ���������.. A Barnard's Express  f.i- -: "j.'tfo' .���������  ���������'    rto-;' \  -     ������������������'     John Murray   j  Mr Webntcr. ���������  ... y' ��������� , ; 8;inFrnnciBco  V, .- v'San.TVsnclsco  SO CorabllS, London, E.G.  THIS OARIBOO SENTINEL  *  Giicdn', Circulars. Posters and Programineti for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments,    !  ufred with neatnepi������anddUpstph^gf  Terras moderate; 11: i.A y i -y  Mcpipo SENTINEL  ''��������� ���������"WtoNKBDAT^DBC: '*��������� 1872. ^  Wra. Downey, <if "Oiympia, and Jobn Collins,  of Ireland, were drowned.' The other parties  in the canoe^r Jflfckaon, James-McGaffry, Robt.  Sldley, J6hn Neil,'and John Braan���������were  saved. McCaffry and Collins lost 1040 oz. in  dual, and .tb*.others all they possessed!  VICTORIA.  ��������� Victoria, Dec, 2���������Tbe Assizes were held on  the27tii.   "   ;,:;;;;  ���������-;; ;.  Mr Uichardsba,- of the Geological Survey,'  fltartei far the East on the 28th.  The Idaho will make one more trip, after  which tbe Prince Alfred will run regularly. 7  Messrs. Thompson and BarD3ton arrived  her������on 27th,   -       .'.T ,   ,,. '"���������  'It is said that Wells, Fargo & Co. will open  a banking house at Barkerville.  ; Mr Marous Smith will leave /Victoria' in a  few days to explore a line for the railroad  from Esquimalt to a point' opposite Valdex  Islands,        ; .''-������������������:,���������   \  Benjamin Ev*ns and Peter Arthur, passengers by the steamer Otter; and last from Slate  Creek, Omineca, were arrested on a charge of  burning sluice boxes' beibnfrlo^- to Mattbe^  Kane and robbing tbem of the gold contained  In JLbemJ The alleged thieves are/irijjail. ��������� !  : The Idaho sailed at 10 a.m. on the 28th for  8sn Frfinciseo,*carrying about 120: passengers1.  80 tons freight, a large mail, and about S200J  O00 ln;goid7:; --':; x V" Yiy.-.x I  The Otttt arrived from Skeeoa on 28th.   j  The Woollwi Mills1atOregoh^ City^valued  at $750,000, have been .totally destroyed -bjf  lire, rnsiiredfor $65,000 betweett the impel  rial and Pb-oenit. ��������� ��������� '���������������������������".>'        j  Thomas Stevenson, who pleaded guilty to*  an Indictment charging him with obtaining  $1200 from Wells, Fargo & Co., is lo be indicted for fraudulently obtaining $1500 from  the Bank of British North America at Barkeri-  yille, . ���������  .      . . ���������" j  Mrs Fair's friends are writing threatening  letters1 to :Jtia$e Dwinelle, of San 'Francisco5,  before whom Bhe wm convicted. The letters  state tbat be will soon be taken off by a6  avenger. |  DEATH OF HORACE GREELEY.  - NewY6rk; Nov. 29,8 p.m.���������Horace Gree1-  ley died very qsietly and without p&ln at 10  minutes to 7 this evening. He was conscious  and rational to the last. Hie life /was insured  for $100,000 for the benefit ot the Tribune  Association, it Is announced that the.- Chap*  paqua homestead of Greeley is to be abanj.  doned by the family,'aud the" property ia to  b*.s>uotioned.o.9.to������mom>w; - ,.:\  m$'1toi%ii*������ l^^elTemA^iofKoi^  ware brought "to this T dity from  QDfeSNEIJMOUTH.    ''- \  ��������� QueaoelmoiUh,;Dea 8���������Mr John Maconn, a  botanist, who was one of $aodford Fleming's  party as far >ais Edmonton, arnvedHere last  ���������yveetivia> Fotts Thin vegan, McLeod,:anil St.  James. He gires a very favorable account  ���������of the ooautry oh the ot'p^r side-of' the btpuis.;  tains, and speaks in glowing terms of its eapa^  bill ties for grazing and agricultural purposes.  Judging by the read he travelled, he also  gives it as his opinion that a better route for  a railway can be found through it than has  jet been explored- xy'A'A  l'he weather here has been very mild for  ibe last week i the'snow is disappearing fasti.  ������nd sleighing Is hot very good for e^x infles  ittt  Teaming is nearly over for the season.;  h*yyyy **\ ���������"'��������� JALB. *" x    "'" '���������? \ /  Yale, Dec. 3���������Barnard's Express canooi  ^ryl^ma!l|n4^  Westmiwter at 8 *.m. to-day In charge of W> w mfr lbtt^sidenc* ofDaniePSm������Mr>  Tbi  Bristol,   ifeostaga leavesfor above at 9 a,m^ tw^^ters^  aceompiiaied the: remains to this city. Tbe  H������y d;eay������ that President Grant will take  part In she obsequies ofhis late distinguished  rivaUn the' political field. The ��������� Trustees of  the Tribune, at a meeting on Saturday, api.  poiteted^a committee sonsisiing of Sinclair,  ReldandCleavefand,iotake charge of tbe  arrangements for Greeley'af liberal, and the^  We fixed ii tor Wednesday at 11 o'clooki  iroU-RcT. Br;������hapia'B onarch. Ho gpeeial  K^t5cm8 wiU be ***% out������bufc I* is already  ih*% orgahizations of various kindsi'ire  nieasures for attending tea body*  EUitOPiSAN. ;  Berim;Kov.30^heJdefman Government  I an emphatic contradiction of  the report telegraphed from Paris to London  that ngeni ManUfueli Commander of the Ger^  man forces: in France; had orders to concent  tfa|e bis forces Id #be;ef; cert'aia o^iiageni  : Pans, Nov: S0-^The Assembly Approves of  the resblcitidn of Minister Diifaure,; wfich has  had;a ���������qiiieting effect and trattij-u\\ity prevailsu  It is*reported that tbeTGaulois is,;to be suppressed. In the Assembly this afternoon the  minutes of the preceding sitting were1 ratified.  The gloomiest impressions, prey ail. this eye'  niog in Paris... It is ..believed.It will be ira-  ^sTi^eTor Thiersilo govern the country un-  der^thOi circumstances. The Monarchists de���������;  clare they will oppose Thiers to the bitter;  end unless;be disavows all responsibility; for  the eourse of Gsmbetta. Le'Poiirce hos re-  signed. The.President and Ministers are now  closeted with Thiers.       :        ^ :  i;  London, .Nov;:-.30���������Queen Victoria has sent  ������'2000 to Italy for'the benefit' of; the suflerers  by the..inundation.^ ,............,.........,..';. \  yersailies,' Nov!' 29���������After an eicited dei  bate this afternoon::the Assembly^approved  ������fa resolution proposed -by- Minister -Dii  Faure. Before the close of the debate Thters  elaborately addressed the house for aa hour  aud a/half. He acknowledpjed/the: Assembly  had adveroigu jiower, condemned; SdciaUst  doctrines, and impressively affirmed his;; belief in God. He elaimod to belong to ho  party, but*tie was personally in favor of '���������������  .CahstitutionaJ Monarchy.... VTheMonarchyis  impossible. We^have>.a Republic: let us  make it eoosorvatiye.^* He closed with the  declaration that the.'fluty of Government was  ftromess, moderationjand impartiality to all  orders and all parties. Ay.  t, EG AL.NOTIONS,. &c  <������  The Begistratioxi lot  BirtKs, Deaths and ?Mar-  ila^s Abtv t872.ir     : /  '.:'; ;"''���������.������������������   'N'OTr'O'B'.-f '-,r'' ly  "WUBI.tO KOTICE ta fatef*? g5vcQ,-that rrowtiad  r>. after .the 1st day of Scpl������Mb<������r. nejci^ *U BlnJoa^  Dcntha and Kflniajes with ia. the Province of Btttisin  "���������Colum^ta- tire %o be Rpg^atcre'd trndfr-the proxlflohs of  ���������'The Rejrlstrftttoa of.iJirths, Boat,hst.*n������t Maiila^e  Aet, 'itiny' *i the Office or ctbVDiarHct'Rpgistr.ir tf  ;lhe District wherein thb1 same respective!? Rball:ti*k.&  plwe, and vpIUiIu the times foUowiog^ that U to suj/t  BIRTHS���������Within 60 dayBllroRi the aato thereof  T>SATE?>-iWlthlTiT 80 daygatter Icterment- - 1 '��������� '��������� ,^  (MAURiA8KS^WtUiiu,C0 days (torn tho <later thereot  "Every Hcuaeh^der, Head of ii Family, Clergyman  Ph^elciaa, of otlier per������:������ et pui^ai^>t<|Viire"d by llis  sold Act to.report,Birtha, Peaitja and'MarriaRca, wlw  fefttses, or wilfully ue^lccts to do so, isithtu tho Umea  beforo narood,1" will 'be! liahJe to a' prnkl fy for each' wWtl  every offonce. of, aet; U������8 'than: Five: polios or mord  than Twenty'Dollars,; to. be* rocovered with'costs bV  foreany Justice of the'Peace having jnrlsil fiction' withiii  (the locality where any ench ,otf������aca 14 cou^uiUtoU  OgalBfitthosaidAcU x-y ��������� y..- ��������� ������������������  i x. ��������� yy-- !Dy common^ :-.i-\ 7 i-x...- ��������� . ��������� 7 ,t- *>%������  AS. B...W. AlKWAK ������    .  '���������yy :xy   ���������_...,     --  ������- .>��������� -i 1 *���������. ���������- - Rcgiatrat General^'���������  : Laadlt^HtryOmc^i.,  .\  ������������������ -\ "fA.;< x\ ���������  .    Aug. ������i,18Tl        A}   '     ' eel4.  Celebrated ���������  WORCE 8 T E R S H1R E    SMJC|  "!. D.ecIareafcyXlonaoii8ear?tobe ;;  THB'" ONLY   GOOD SAUCB,   .   !  Caution against Fraud.~The 8uece88or this  most delicious and r unrivalled-Condiment/.Mvlng  yyyyyMMaE.yy!y:  :'":-:; ��������� :JKbniB o? AsssMBtT^ia'AughstiyuVl'  ^trabVfr&4 Biles relative to Private1 ^ilis.  60.}A!l abplteatlons for l^rtv'ate Billa;^^^^ properly tho  tnbject of legislation;by:tho. Legislative Assembly of  ftrttUh Columbia wltbin'the purview of "TheBrmsh  Korth America Act;1867,^* whether for.tho erection of  a Bridge, the making of a RaUroacI, .TiJimplkoRoad,. of  Telegraph' line, tbe cohsuuciloh 0? improvement of a  HarborvCana^ lock. Dam or Slide.orbth'erUko work;  the granting of a,right,of-.Ferry.; tbe Incorporation of  afcy^anicttW trade or calling or AX any' Joint Stock  Company; crcthtrwlae.forgranttng to amy; individual  ������r individuals any excluglvo or peculiar.riiuts.or priy*  Itcgesc whatever, or' for doing any' matter. or th ing  which m,its opetotion would affect the right or property brother parties, or relate to ahy particular class  of thecommnnUy; or for making any aaiendmentbl a  like nature to any former Act, shall require- a;.Not!c^>  clearly and distinctly Bpecifytng the nature1 and ol^ject  of ,tho appHcatton, to"beipubUBoed-as follows, viz;:  v A Notice inserted, in the British Columbia Gazette  and In ono newspaper piibUshed in the district nf*  fpcledv or if there be no newspaper published, therein,  then in a newspaper In the next nearest district Jn  which'a newspaper iBoit^Hshed. '   -' 1  , -&&?. Such notice shall he continued in each case for  a period of at least six weeks, during tho Interval of  time between the close of the next preceding Sesgron  and the consideration of tho petition. '..:. .-���������-.'���������:   y  61. Before any. Petition praying for leav������ to bring  In a^Private Bill for the erection" or a'Toll Bridge la  preaoated to tho House, the person or persons intending to "petition for such Bill shall, upon giving the no-  caused certain dealersto apply'thenameof ** Worcca. j ticeprescrihed id the pr coding Rule, alsoat the'Samo  tershlre Sauce" to their own inferior compounds, the  public is hereby Informed thatthi only;way to pro.  cure th������ genuine, is to .������-'.'.   *   ;���������: ���������  ASK  FOR  LEA ;& ^EEBINS'   SAXJCE  ensfdrs.  I  to-morrow. "Verytew 1  -warm and wet.  A canoe (rota Hope on Sunday opnyeyed  ^ad inlelligeafee of \U death' k MrCreo^ge  Danbar.   He leaves a >wld*w aad ffeatjy  friends.   His remaina w������;e iatorred  SODA CRBSK,  , 1 &odr Creeltf Bec*? S^OWiaf  itk'tihe canyan the river rose IS feet this Mora.  ing, depositing imsiensd qtianUtles tat lm est  *h������  H. HorsSbrd" starts tb������BaoVrow for:'Batki  mo  BAD ACCIDBHT���������THREE   ,y) - yj MQWNBai.  ������������������;.���������  'N������w' Westminster, Nov, SO���������By  ;WUie' MatM inteWgeno������ wa������ W  ! Victoria oftheapsetting of *=*������������������������^?f ,'f 5?^  riv������r, ' "(it' n  audtoaeo that their names are upon tho wraffsr  LABaL8iaT0PPER.,andP0"TTI.K.y:% .-.,.., .���������; (., ,.; ..;  : Some of the foreign markets having beensupplled  with a spurious WorcestershireSauce,upon the wrap.  per and labels "of which the names of Lea and Perrlns  have been forged, L. and P.: give notice that they  have furnished_their correspondents, with power ������t  attorney tb take instant proceedings against xano*.  FAO,TURisH8and VBSDQRSo^anchi or any other tmlta-  40ns by wh Ichtheirright ro ay f>e InfVitigca.' -  \, -. \  Ask for LEA 'Ss' PERRINS'"Sauce 'aS3" see  Name on Wrapper, Isabel, Bottle, and  ���������Stopper.   ���������   '-.,���������������;������������������;��������� xA'A ;'.-���������'  Whoieaal^ and for export by th ������Proprietors, ^Tor  oester;CrosseandBla������kweniLondoB,acM&e.i  by Grooers andOUmen naivsrsaily ���������  time, aud in the s������me manner, give notice of the rates  which ihey Intend to'ask, the extent1 oi the privilege,  the height of the arChes, -.thb interval between ���������. the  abutments or piers for the passage of. rafts or vessel^  and mentlonlug also whether tbey intend to erect a  drawbridge ot not* and the dimensions of the same.  .; , CHARLP^GOOD,  1 m������l m; T Clerk of tho Leglslatlv������������������' Assembly.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Y'SAVfir'be'en fequesied by/sQ^eral respectable naj-  i.: 'ties, who cah testify to tnoefflcacy or my systbmt}  to again make public the fact thai..  HAVING PURCHASED THE JABOT������  - Hottslfrom MrJ. J. RoborUjott, begs to inform  the travelling public and the, Miners of Cariboo that  be will do Ms utmost to sustain tho well earned r$-  nutavion 0^ the honso as.a first-class HvieL  schr.  Willi PREVENT BALDNESS,'' -- ������>'^r- -x  RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN 1  OR ^ALIilNG OFF, aud effectually {  GTJRB SCURF OR DANDRUFF. !  This is not a more assertion on my part, as Ihavt  iu my possession numerous testimonials certifying to  the success of ray remedy.,.    .... . * % ;  . I .do noi of course pretend that loan make tn e hair  grow on heads which have been bald for years j but  I will guarantee to, stop tho hair from falling off, to  Increase its growth, andefToctuallyremove Scurf or  Dandruff. W. D.M0SE8,  7 Barkorville,B,C.-  -WIU as oanal b������ tumlsheij with tho best tbs Itorfeol  afibrda,..,. . . , -, r��������� . ... :r! :: -,  :   CSRTIFICATB.    ^ .  ..;  Thlsls to Certify that (luring fast aprliig ;.m^shai  was rapidly; fall Ing out and my head was fast beconi  ing oald. when 1 applied to Mr W. D MOSES, Barber  1 Barkervllle, wtio'in a few weeks restored my^hajhrt ;  ifsTormerhoaUhystati'        * IDAVID QtBSoNS'  Is well stocked with Spirits, Ales, Wines and Cigars.  Arei comfortably furnished, and a larga addittoa te  the number of rooms is now being made.  Are the best in the Upper Country^ and will  always be well supplied with Hay aad$r&to,  ���������wiBMJ'BWagMTOB^aBWm THE CARIBOO-SENTINEL  ^SATURDAY, DEC 7, 1871!  A wmrantttoa^on latisly appeared iii the  TiotorUstao<^  t^^ix^-^tiii^^-^."ppWI^n which  this district would be dealt with hy tbe Op*  position, should ihey ttfifortn^ately succeed  In defeating the Mhriitry and take office without some leaven of the present Government  to temper the revolutionary tendencies of  their would-iw en������cessbrs.   The writer, after  disposing of the Indemnity question.to'bis  own eatisifacfiois���������a matter that we do =not in-  lend lo reopen, aa the people of this district  have already expressed an opinion, tipon it���������/  goes on to say: " CaribooV ondcrseraent of  Increased remuneration is of; very small nig-  fiiScanc������; dollars are of smell less relavh e  value there than elsewhere, and besides It  may well be satieSed.   Haaut not obtained!  leave to ������raw its main supplies from abroad,  over roads sustained at the cost of Ihe rest of  the community?   And Cariboo bas also endorsed what the entire voice of the couutry.  outside of it; has condemned���������namely, the  reokless extravagance of.Minfetera.?' , The as-]  -flertlon about the free roads maintained at .the.  ���������cost of tbe rest of the;r community is simply;  ���������absurd.   The main articles of consumptionft*  Cariboo are now raised in the Province.-That  "there are still large quantities ./of. foreign  goods imported is not the fault of the Garl-  bdoUe8,bnt due to 'a laek of energy andem  terprise on the part ot.onr friends -in -tbe  lower country, who oould spend their time  liiifl money much more profitably. In endeavor^  Ing'to develops the naturarresources of the  country than in wrangling about the wajres  />f a constable or a clerk ; and when they flnd  ���������\ that money must be raised to defray^ the. ex*  |)ensesof tbe/Governm  v������be burden of ? taxation- upon the miners of  Cariboo.   Thepebple of. this ^district Me 'still  ��������� large boutributore to <'the public iexihequer  from which the cost of the maintenance of  *he wagon road is defrayed, and not from  funds; provided by the rest of the community  to the exclusion of Cariboo.   Although it  would be but a fair .return that it should be  go, as this district baa borne a very large proportion of tbe taxation of the Province prior  to the last session of the Legislature.   No  better proof can be adduced of this than the  fact that the lessening of taxation here ia"'ex-  ; peoted to create a deficiency in feh������ revenue  , much more than the alleged " extravagance  of. Ministers;*'  ; ".7.,.'     ^.K -y" I  We can well understand that some people  with narrow, sectional views feel somewhat  annoyed now they are called ��������� upon to. bear  their fair share of the public burdens, so much  ' of which has hitherto been borne by 'ibe  miners, of this district���������rri0 doubt imposed  under the impression that "dollars are of  much less relative  value  here  than else-  . where."   This idea is one that our legislators  must resolutely abandon, as. our industry has  . feeen.seriously crippled by the withdrawal  annually of such, enormous sums from out  peopleIhVtne shape of road ib Us-'and <?xces-  sive mining fees that we are only now begin ni ng to ���������: recover from * our previous yx-  4 Hahstion end project fresh enterprises tbat  will bring wealth<|p their projectors/and Increase the -material prosperity of the whole  ; 4Sou n try. Again, does the fact of an 'excessive  "and unjust impost, baying been repealed; de-  ; fear the people of Cariboo from expressing an  opinion upon other matters outside of those  that immediately affect their own district;?  Public opinion should be Provincial and not  ���������eectionaL- Caribooites have too high a sense  of tbe duty they owe to their country5to entertain any such narrow-minded views of  these duties, and intend to make their voice  .beard/and their influence felt upon all matters  of public interest, without favor; on the one  side or prejudice on the other,:and will most  earnestly protest against the re-imposition of  any taxation levelled specially against our  one great industry.   In that they will have  the support of all thOFO; districts depending  upon this for a market.   The interests of .the  tfholecouulry are so inierwoven with; ihe  fliicct^ful; result of our mining enterprises  that any taxation tending to prevent their In:  caption or retard their completion would react most injuriously upon all classea of the  community.;;; <; -;;-- ������������������'��������� ,,"-,.���������  .' Extravagance io the administration of pnb-  lio affairs.is'-the.last'thing that Cariboo will  endorse. Prove the fault first, pass judgment  upon it after. Nothing is so essential to the  well-being of the country as that its business  be conducted in an economical, manner;  Economy, however admirable, when carried  to the yerge of parsimony, may defeat the  very end it seeks to attain. It is. possible to  save the spigot and let out the bung-hole.  'Efficient services are worth paying for, and  we should be sorry to see a system Inaugurated by which honorable snd^uprightmen  would be driven from the public service and  their place supplied by the ready tools of  time serving politicians.   .';.  THK TJNDRR8IGNKPHAVK EKTERJJU IWRJW  partnership for the purpose of carrying 'oii'tbe'  business of Hot^l-keepine, at the OM Stnnd, known  as the CLINTON HOTRL, and, would.. solicit .a continuance' of public patronage,  .MR3.-.K. SMITH  :!'������������������'���������   yy    -���������'  > yp: '���������/.;thos;/spe������han.  Ollnton, Nov. 18,1872.  FORKfKRIiTOPsr6TLANp. anrt more recently or  ���������^CANADA, will hear of��������� something' inucli to his  advantage by applying at this Office.  . ��������� yxt  - yAny person who can s'*nd us any information of  Mr Hopir is earnestly requested to do go,'.its,tmi object  of the present notice is of great Importance to him.  Mr Hogg, we b"lieve, has been iu Cariboo.  ���������  October 23, 1872 * noO lm  NOTICE.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  NOTICE.  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE RXCTINO:  between,V^jlHaoi Forrest and.Dani^l Ulynn i3 tola.  day'dissolved .by. mutual consent. -William Forr*at  will pay all the outstanding debts of the Into firm  and collect all debts Uiie. - .-. ��������� yy ���������    :'.  WIU.IAM FORREST.  ;* '   -<;-:- ��������� " HAN." GLYNN.   "  ;,; LowheoCreek,,Nor. M, 1811. .   deT  ,  .Assessment Notice.  tpy CUNNINGS CO^ HARVEY CREEK.  [  ."VfOTICic.'��������� ;W HKREBV GTVRN f HAT IP AU. AS  V\ : sessm������nts >new due.and to become.due on the  One-Half Interest in the Cumm jags Company's claim  on Harvey Creek standing in- the books of Mid Com;  pany.ln,the name ot THOSXR .PATTULLO be not  paid on or before the Twenty-third day of December,  iSTZ^the said half interest will bo sold at Public Auction at Barkerville nt Twelve o^lockv Noon,.on the  Twenty-third day of December, 1872.... y :  ..r;   , .R. J. SKINNSR,,8eercUry.:  Dpcember.6,18T2. . dc7 td; .  LI, PARTTOS INOKBTED TO TH& ESTATPy OP  *..* the late JOSEl'H L SMITH are requested;to  make immediate paym������������nt/ All bills ri������mal'o|ng un.  paid on tho First day of January, 1873,^ will be-placed  in C^urt for collection ; and all pirtles having claims  against the Estate will please send them to the undersigned for payment.      r ,    ���������  '   |MR& E. SMITH,  ... Administratrix.  ^Clinton, Nov; 18, 1872.;- ;     - ���������-^���������-:- ���������*-���������*��������� "WQQ  .  --B.    JAMES    WICKHAM     HOI.1)S..  MY  111 Power, of Attorney, and^ .ia fully, authorized to  Collect all Debts !due ������to Jmev -All thesn1 kn������wlnf  themselves to be in mjr del������t| by either Nolo or Ac-  ceunt, will nlease make immediate paytaent to my  Agent,   v.;  ������������������: ���������: ;���������'���������''��������� *'i-KU :-:'.- ���������������������������'���������- ������������������'������������������   '  ���������     P. MANETTA.  ���������Bftrftervttle, 22d October,. 1872.y   7        oc2������l������  NOTICE  TS HRRKBY GIVEN THAT AN. APPLICATION WILL  I be made at the"next Session of tho Parliament of  British Columbia foran Act to-be called Tlie Williams  Creek F ro Brigade Protection tAct. Tor-the purpose of  indemnifying Members of'said Fire Companyr>and  Volunteers whom the1 Otficers of said Company ma v.  call upon to assist them in the extinction of ������flrf, of  in the removal ot any erection, edifice', or build log.  which It may reasonably be deemed expedient to re-:  move, du������ regard being had. to the safety of Uie.adjacent .property : Provided always,' 'that^ri"n- the'do-  structlon or removal ef prop������^rtty: aforesaid the inimu.  nlties hereinbetbrp given shall notVxtrtid to ajiy pi������r-  son who shall act in such removal contrary'or without  the.or<i<������r ������C.the Captain,.Istor 2d Lieutenant,- orsuchi  other Officer as 'may be in cnmhVan-l."'' ������������������'������������������'>  On behalf of the "William? Cre^k Fire Brigade^ .CA  JOSRPH.DRN'jY. Captain. ,s  ���������A (^KORrtK BVRNRS; 1st tiieut.   '  . .  :. ';.-���������'.'���������,        C. VAILLANCOUR, 2d Lh-ut,.    '  ^tTfrerville, Kov. ie/lPS    . . no!6 6w  THF BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMER-  -IGA'iit VICTORIA will until further notice pay  on money spcclujly ludgod Interest at tho rato of   -  Four per cent, per^annurnj  oh deposits subject tb Fifteen Days fnollce of wiVa  drawal, and . * .  , .  ^-    '      Five per cent, pc^r annum  on Deposits subject to; Thirty Days notlco of^wlta.  drawal.   ���������  HENRY A TCZO,  " ���������   ������������������:* .**.  '���������'���������'; 'Manager Victoria Branch.  October 18,1872. oc20jn  P; Newfeldfir & Ite  y  THI5. PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KXI9TIKO  between. Wm. LI...Tones and Wm. W. Dodd.was  dissolve'toff Saturday, Nov. 30,1872,: by mutual conL  sent. All debts', due by the late firm will be liqui  dated by.'Win W. Dodd, to whom all outstanding ac-  cbuntsntustbopald^ ^   ^  ^y  ���������WM. W.-D0/M>.  Barkerviilo, Not. 3������, 1873. .     :    *;' ���������-���������"  y    Will hereafter be managed by f     y  Who hopes to meet a fair shareof public favor, '���������'  ������������������������������������* .-.-���������'���������( ��������� d������71m  ^;7^7^Qtisj^Ruo^j*  PATENT MEDicWES^.  CKeyalier'Sj Eifeibt" ^Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, ^;t&c* ���������;.;<-.  ,-jpfr." Teeth careftilly^Ek-  tracted and Filled.; ������������������"* -     ;  $$r PreacriptloiiB and Family Recipes accurately prepared.  Barkerville, Nov. 20,1872. no23-  :   IMPORTERS AND DEALERS^N  ..-.     '.:-.< *.-'.--.'" :��������������� ���������     ,        '  - " ��������� ;'  -.,, ��������� I  ��������� ",.     -\  - ���������* , '.'���������'  ���������X.   ,'.'���������',   '    '   e   ,{���������-:'���������'     '���������...'���������'-'  GENERAt- MERCHANDIZE;  XX ' N   .  ���������v':;  yy\yyy^yx'y -y ���������-���������  Having purchased the House and Stock of  "HyVy :<0 :Oy'l yi'Yir.y ��������� yy '������������������  Messrs Oppenheimef Bros.  y, yy,...... ;/r%, ,.,-.;.,.������������������.,.. ���������;,.,+, -���������:���������;-��������� v'-j.v.-..-  e'K^Jttyr:  TogetherwitK y**^f������rr'-'.  FIMPfe($0f---:;;;r^y'-:";  yyyxy^w^MMl^  y'Aixy. iyyyijyyyy  #&���������? Consignments[from below aolioiteri������������������   ���������'������������������  9  DEALER IN  AS JUST OPENED THIS SALOON at  , , tho old and favorite stand of tlie- Miners' .Store,  formerly kept by Mr V. Maaetta, where ail comers  will bo welcomed.  The Isest of Wines, Liquors  and Cigars  A T   THE   B A R.  ������B JOHN BIBBYf HOLDS MY POWEB  WI of Attorney, and is fully authorised to: collect  all debts due to mo. t All those ..-indebted to me by  either.nqte or.acco.unt, ..will, please make, immediate  bavment to myAgent. ' ,������,___..  BaTkervlH^Kov. 29,1872. nb3?2?_  G-rocerie^, Proyisions f*nd  Liquors.  BARKERVjlLE,   BG.,  HAS  RECEIVED-\A FINE  LOT  OF  r  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE..;  DEP OT     FOR  PIONEER MILL$%%  -r-'^i LILLOOET -ONIONS and BEANS  on hand..- "     J"a* ;  ElTANS,  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXBOUTBD  '     .       On reasp nab le ierrai. ���������  Orders lefiai lto:>timl)ffBlBmb*nW*  people.  CAST  ALL  GKold Commissioner's  N AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF  v/ NOVEMBKR next all Claims in the Cariboo District may b������ laid over till the Twentieth May, 1873,  subject to tha Oth Section' of the Gold Amendment  Act, 1872.' ��������� ig   _..:_  Gold Commissioner.  :(October 14,1078.  ; ocl9$m  WORK /  ,--   !-xy.yyxx^  '.:   -.^-/.:-^-.-  At the shortest,DOtlce.    /    v :-..-,  p������������ BOXES kept b% Tm& $^$0$  '  -       ,   -iM������DH������r,H*d with a general ftssoKment  . *!���������; Alio, a good assortment of  ." ��������� -|.J     *i ��������� ��������� ���������-"'.  GROCERIES,'PROVISIONS,  .:    LIQU0RS,:CIGAR5,   :: px ������������������.-*   V  ;    RUBBER & HEilP PACKING,  -    X LARD blL,;^., for Machinery  ;*Oolofew.^'i878^V ;"!;   ''-xy  rvmiowAm^Eiwa!^^  I   is always flupjilled with' the best ot everything  th^t-eaa ha procure ii lu Cariboo* ���������  FietcKs Heating Apparatus ,witb Hot J$t., r.  Saves the expeiiBe of Stoves, Fuel md labor,  and lessens the danger of fire,  ft ta- ������<^^  Sor ShalUhouses ** ordinary buildingB is cheap, a ?  2 warranted to give entire satlstactloa   Ust Chance. Wghtning Creek, ������  *    y H0T8W^tr2,WX*  '���������'��������� *  \. .The Celebrated  >i:  A sttpeiV article. to any wblch can be t^ed from 4>e-  low, Ro%*d an'dlaround on ih* premises<from the  b������ets������l������U ber������l������������i Bad warranted lut from-aaul  ������falien.  \-   .       ��������� ���������-'". \.    '.---.���������������-������������������,������  '  ���������i:JCit   ������������������   \r.  XXy: > -,--7>f d;:Q00l6da  Ixx^ i* \,y jyv-.u; hx, ���������: yy,;''yy*  [���������^7  'H  rtX. THE CABIBOO SENTINEL  riXh  rith.  aery  IKNT  i/'-i  : t  i to*  ���������Lit  **  I  1  m  SATURDAY PEG. 7^1872.  '^wag-  i "' SODA CREEK.;'yy "..  Soda Creek/ Dec. 6^-The weather ib quite  wiild. and the snow on the .bill sides is disappearing fast-   y ������>    .-.j?-'.- -'-.7 ;?  Mr and Mrs E. H. Brown irrived here tbis  afternoon.V;j.       :.yyt_.h    yi y  In several, plaees;between here and Alex-  ������udrl^ ihe water iaViixI inches daepyoo the  iroadi^'- - ���������: ���������������������������������/ >'Yy ��������� ... Ax  r:ypy;    CLINTON.    ���������%"  i Clinton,; Dee.> ^BarjnarnVs..stages met at  this place, to-night/;. TbVup-stage has no passengers. !,Tbe weather' continues mild/with  more orjess-show every day.* (t"'p        3  Mr Georga Pardon's.star engagementst  this place, with) the BjiUsb Columbia Tele-  graph Company terminates from-' ibis data.  He takes'h!*41cparture forCaliforhia by next  Stage/ W^Wmxbc&ded by Moike O'Conor,  ot. Oregon, Sa^ well "known and experienced  artist   Hi!. '     x '/',;.  . y:y\...   yale. ������������������;/.;���������;.. \  Taie���������!)ec. 6~Weathef njoist ,TO5 steamer  Mope is Expected this even!ogk No' busiqesH  doing ...Tbe butcher shop starved! out and  ������losed';;io������day.:       a yy-'K      "'���������'!   '  ������������������^Aei-^^.V5^Mr Thomas )^blh8ori,>ith  a/Sai^frtim* K^tenay.andiMrLaudveiirht.  fro in yB^ck Creekv* ar r i ved In Hop* to-day.  T b**y ffp < ������r t v tray ell ing across tf ie. mou n tai n,  ve ry get������d?fof this wasoni Tbe ��������� whether hua  *beeu **ry. severe-at Rock Creek,and Osoojos;  ',::-: ?'���������' ^yy1^^.. ^. " "     i  Victoria; 0ec. 6^Ye������tdrday'the new Chris*  XJhurch Cathedral was cpitfecrawd.; lo the,-  ������*veiiiug Archdeacon Reece preached* ser-j  snon in which lie warmly advocated lu������ udop{  %im\ t)f Ritualism, .with all the servfctfs and  ������(*romoni(*i cimm*cted therewith. He said t������.e  Church of EiigUn^had bjpea dead for the last  ������c������utury, and predicted its decay uriiWs'Ritwt  iiisiii were adopted. The sermon was lis-  timed to witb Ul-concealed impatience by, the  ���������������nigreg^tton./: At its close Dean Cridge said  ; he mis������d.. his? protest yagafaflt the vi^ws ex-  pwsseii^yyArchd^rtcosii Iteece.., They were  ���������wrung, and he could not again sit quietly ant}  Jliaten to their expreastou. Cy.-      y       ' ���������/. y  The ������.������ ok relation here gave .vent to theft  1eelings hy stamping lw$ cl^piogf^urlng  which a number of ladies retired precipitately;  vAfter the servioe wits ������ver the congregation^  ^aiber������������d in knots and groupBraud disQttwed  ������the matter in rather an excited manner.    N j  UNITED SfATES. ,   I  :.:'-New "York,7N0v; SO^toeA Herald* Wasb.-  ington special confirms th������ report of trouble  toefweeh France and Germany/mentioned in  Madrid, Nov. 29���������An excitement was. created by the annouocenaent that Prance coi-  templated placing an army of reserve on tbe  Spanish frontier, and that troopa were already  arriving on the border. ���������Tbe statement, however, proved unfounded;'- ���������: :I '*? r *":;r  5 The Riug Is fast improving \ti b^altb:  Rome, Nov. 24���������The meeting of Radicals  called for to-day having been prohibited  trouble was anticipated. Troops were posted  yesterday iu the principal squares and at all  strong points of the city. The radicals have  aa yet made no organized attempt to reaini  the Government decree, and the ciiy is quiet  this morning, * During last night some arrests  were made of disorderly persons, but with  this exception no disturbance has occurred.  FEARFUL STORMS IN EUROPE   .\  London, Dec. 4���������-The storms ia the north of  Europe 00 November 4th were unprecedented  in severity. There is no record of so furious  or destructive a tempest for nearly 20 years.  The railways to different points <if the coot  pass from Berlin are encumbered or broken.  Business on the Bourse is at a standstill. Sea  walls have been smashed to atoms, and railroad trains swept away by the angry waters'.  Accounts from other points are of a like  description., The greater part of Grasse  (In France) was Under water:-there being five  feet of water in* the streets of the town.  The total number of crafts foundered at St.  Ksvitcaitd (?) was over 80.  The steamship press well, from Falmouth  foi: Cork .-was tost during the voyage, add the  crew aud 31 passengers perished*  ������������������������������  jpNJiWw,  ijt-  '. -.;���������;     MINING QUiitLlGffiNCH.   y  wtixukriniicc. .._  The; Forest, Rose, pa^liaratand McPherson  companies' are washing underground  with;  yery good results.  ���������y,    !! y   ZOWgTRK CRERK-" ;   If .   " .    :  The Black Bull co. are rocking under  ground with fair success, coasidering the dialf  cnltles under which tbey.labor; The Victoria  and BroWheorapani^ure making good wapresi  the latter rockinp:. The Calaveras are driving  ahead with tbeir drain.  The Discovery cleaned up 93 oz. last week  without having cleaned any bedrock, conse-  aieotlif;, expect a big wjasb up this r week^  probably SOO^oz.; they are only 150 feet "from  th* upper line of the Two Sisters. - Th? Two  Sisters cleaned up 594 oz. for the week, but  on Monday last the gudgeon of the wheel  broke from soms unexplained cause, conBe  ejuantly this week they are not working be  low. The; Two 1 Brotbers are .going; to run  their tail-race ahead to fiud clay; '   " j  / AKn.KR CRKKf'.- y,     ���������   ���������       -     ,  Nov. 25���������Recorded in fsvor of Paul Cairn  and Bute Jack, leave.to divert; 5,0 inches ;of  water from a small creek about 7 miles Mow  Grouse creek, and. falling into, Antler about  one mile below, applicants claim; point of  diversion about one mile from Ynouth of said  creelc, ori left side of Antler; said water to  be conveyed in a ditch to epplicauts claim  ou.tributary, of Antler creek, about.6 miles  below, the mouth of Grouse.  l.OWHBB CRKKBi ,..  Dec/ 2���������Recorded in favor of Matthew  Lynch and Peter Ly neb, 200 feet of ground  for mining purposes situated on Lowhee  ereeki commencing at the corner of the  Blacksmith's shop and running up stream 200  feet on the western .bank of the creek..> To  be known as the Point co.  . GUOOSK CHESK7  '-.!,;.- ���������    ���������. ' ...... j  Dec. 3���������Recorded in favor of John G. 3a������-  tedo, 100 feet of mining ground, commencing  270 feet - below: tbe Canadian co.'s upper  line and -run mm; down stream. To be known  as *|he Winter co. / ,   v-    .  :   HOSQUIT") CrtKKK.   '.  Dec. 5���������Recorded in favor of John Lanyon,  Michael Driscoll; and-Wm.: Hicks.-400 fnet;  being.the whole of the Little Minnie claim ;  a re-record; ��������� x'  -+-+  MINING COURT.'  [Before H.M. Ball, K8q/, <?olil Oomrhissioaer.]  ? ;'.; ;'*';;���������'          ;  FmoiY, Dec6^.i872.'.' ���������  Minfrs'. ,Dbmn Co. , (per J. Paacoe). vs.;  Cariboo Co.^Suit' to'recover $60 for work?  done. ���������'" ;- -"'��������� '!'���������.������������������  - ���������- The examlnatien of-tbe. plaintiff showed  that he had been hired,by.the Drain Company.:  against whom bis [action should- have been!  brought, ai he was not authorized by them;  to sue the Cariboo Confer their assessments;  as shareholders in the Drain; Co." ^Plaintiff  wis thWrore non-suited.  \  ^REGISTER OF.'.THERMOMETER:    -  / ." f:i :AxJ -' yA i- ������������������ 7A- 1 1--; ' .-������������������ ../���������* '������������������  At Richfield. Williams Creek, taken at 3 a.m.  each day, showing the highest and lowest'  range for preeediug 24 hours:.:/',,"���������. T v  y &#$ii  -.. . y .-.yiOLENT.STORM.'-..  -.-,,- /  ������������������' New'York- Dec. I���������A St.* John's;' N.B.,��������� dis;  ipatch gives an account of a violent storm  which raged there on'Friday uigbt aud Satur-  <day, doinjt great damage to. the shipping in  the harbor and.wrecktrtji a'"number of vessel!*  outside, with eohsiderable loss'of life. Ia the  ���������Cl(y sevetal buildings were blown, down,  houses and barns demolished, 'And fears are  Entertained for the safety, ofa tbe fleet which  left this port the. other morning.  FUNERAL1 OF HORACE GREELEY,  j  New York, Dec. 4���������The funuraT'of Horace  Greeley took gace at tlie church of the Rev.  Dr. Chaplo. '0b^ Rev. Chapmap opened the  , icereraonyi ^ajt^ag frora the Scriptures^ Miss  Clara Louisa Keiilogg sung very tduchingly,  ������X;kno^ thatymy Redeemer liveth.'f.after  which Rev. Henry Ward Beecber delivered a  funeral oration. ���������>���������-  The procession then started for Greenwood  Cemetery. Among tbe prominent personages  i.^refient'were.Presidfiat^Sraftfc, Governor Hof-  Isnas, TiceP-wsident Wilson,-Mialster Wash-  burns, Secretary Belknap, Gen. Schure, Vice-  President Colfax, and Senator Trumbnil.  It Is estimated that 40,000 persons visited  the City, Halt yesterday.... IN funeral pro>  cession, boifci in pointy of wmbers^and1 in  representaUve pernon&gee  the city ever witnessed.  ''"������������������:'"f"-".',..'' ���������.;���������'; ^ROPBAN^.-r^y-"''.^. ;  Berlin, Nov, "t9^>ln the Low������r Hostee of  , J)iet, after a briUiant speech by Herr Falk/in  1 Svhich the determination of Government to  wage war with the influence of Rome was'announced, a motion was introduced by Herr  Maltinkrodt against all exclusion of members  -of ecclesiastical of ders as teachers; fioWrthe  public schools.   The motion was rejectetl by  a vote of 242 to 815.  London, Nov. 20���������The. steamships Russia  &nd Oceanic have arrived out --Tfee latter ������x-fl  LlOHTHKO CRESK.  The Vanwinkirno/contihue running their  drainV TJba yaheoiiver 00. have their pump  in position aid iHli-commence pumping! today (Dec. 4).. *RjeSlad8tone co. are driving  for the channel s^tbeground is wet and troublesome.. The West of England are about  getting a newpuinp, not being able to master  the "water* with the press nt one.  HARViST casKE.    " p\'"       A \ ���������.  The Manitoba co. are blasting over falls.-j-  The Perseverance yco. washed up 28 oz. last  week. Th������ ��������� Foster ed. are down about three  feet in rock, and purpose sinking three fee*  more before drivfna out. The Cummings co.,  who have been.driving up stream1, think that  they are not in the channel, and as their  labors have hitherto been unsuccessful, will  take steps to ascertain that fact. j  U  MAX.  25^  24  H 8P  ':S0y'  ���������42  MUN.  2Bt;  .27,;^  -,$;.���������-. yp    p.y.yc:  DiBATH  OP HORACR  GrBBTlBY.���������It  BAROMETER.  :-2.;..     . :./.26.2������  x'&yy xytGM  .l,b,Pw<0ro.S6.Oi  I9fc'lr<l "> 2BM  0 26.02  }it above -"-*2<5.2i  28 ' "     ������   26.00  "ftiV  ; ; ; mining REcoRDa "'������������������':��������� ; }  !-������������������ ��������� py wimAim oBaRK. _ - ���������/ ���������; ^! ��������� -, -; y \ \;  Rising Sun co;-������Nov. 25���������Recorded ih  favor of R. H. Brown, 2 interests in the Rising  Snnco;, on the right/bank of William creeks;  a re-record, I  ���������..       i..:,_i y",?ERKDr?8QtJLCH; yy * "x.i .: \  Nov. 2.2.���������Recorded In favor, of  Jon^s, W; Brown and A. Townwnd, 3 claims  situated on the flat at the west side of Per-  kinTs gulch, near tte month, commencing :ait  the right side line of the Van winkle co. and  running up stream 300 feei. To be known &b  -thnGopher co.''-"--:'- ���������pv,,--:y-r������*i  WIIJONGULCH. !  Nov. 25���������Recorded in.favor of JohnMc-  Cornuck^ John Rilcbingh.ahi('8am. Pearoei and  H. McDermott, 4 discovery creek claims on  Wilson gulch, commencinj at the old Discovery shaft and running down stream 600 feet?;  also in favor of R. H. Brown, Janies Wick-  ham, M. Hilton, A.Mountford, John Martin.  James Montgomery, and Alex* Mctarland, 7  cre������k claims in trust for the above co., commencing at the lower line of the Discovery  00. and running down stream 700 feet, in ail  1300 feet: creek claims. To fa  CO.  is with  heartfelt regret that we record the telegraphic  announcement of the death of Horace Greeley, and we cannot let it pass without paying  our little tribute of respect to the memory of  a good roan, who by his talent and perseverance raised.himself .from, appositions tf obscurity, until by a large section of bis oWn������  try men be was oonsl dered worthy ? of ftlUn g  tbe Preaidentmi chair." He has undoubtedly  iwielded'a.great Influence, arid perhaps; done  more towmould public opinion into Its present  shape in the United States than / any living  American. To say tbat he at tlmas advocated doubtful doctrines arid made mistakes  is but to sayvhe was human. His death is thfe  more to be regretted at the present time, as  one cannot but feel that his last moments  must have been embittered. by, tbo sense cf  bis defeat. Americans of all shades of political ������������������pinion will deeply mourn his loss, and it  will be long ere the country of wbicb he was  so distinguished an ornament forgets thb  name of Horace Greeley. !  .-i;Thb(,:'Finj8;- B^adkr bMotbeirvregular  monthly meeting last night   Mr B. tlsufelder  was elected Treasurer in the place of Mr J.  H. Tpdd, resigned. -The Indebtedness of the  Company up to 1st October is%133; and next  week a subscription will be started to pay  tbe liabilities. We hope our citisena will  subscribe liberally, so .-that this highly ^useful  institution may' be placed in a satisfactory  financial position, fbenew hose sleigh will  be ready ,nekt.week. .A.��������� ��������������� .. , ���������'  Notwithstanding' tbe great dMculties he  has had to contend with lately. Superintend*  entMcMleking has succeeded in putting the  line in British Columbia In good condition,  and it isrnow in excellent working order  through to Victoria. i  Thb Rrv. Father McGtokbn arrived in  Barkerville yesterday. The usual eervicea  will be held in the Roman Catholic Church,  ,on  Fcrb,���������On Monday last; tbe-roof of Uw&:;  house iu Barkerville occupied by Mr D. Nor*  denburg was dfe'covHred to be on fire. Th*  alarm was given and the Brigade were quickly  on band, but their ���������servicesjwere. not required  as the Are was exii������gui������hed by a few buckets  of water. ^Tbe (ire was caused by foal stovrt-  pipes. This is tbe second time within a few  weeks that this has happened in the eam������  piack; It would be veil if the authorities  were invested with the necessary ^power -ot  fining delinquents... for^ neglecting to clean  their 'etove-pipes'-*; failing tbat, the Brigade  might turn on the water and drench1 tbem a  little as a warning to others,  ��������� '   : u:^.   ;y  Polick Cobitf���������JU the Police Court ori VfeM.  nesday two Indiana���������Tom (Thompson fiver),  and Tom (Stickeen)���������were ; ^rougbt up  charged with creati n g a distn rban ce in' a  Chinese house at Van winkle,: It:;ap jseared  from the evidence of; Constable Archer; who  brought the prisoners over, tbat'botb Indiana  had drawn knives and threateiied to* kill alV  the Indians in the country. They'Hwfre'������������������sen?;  teheed by tlie Stipendiary Magfttrateia-bn^  month's imprison meat wltti" bard Uabor. ':i* i  "'Wk^.V^X'TaKr A'?Rin^^���������YitivyWit-  mo iV fast teatM still runs iieiwee-a Barkervilte  and'Lightning \jre^ having failed  to drive tfte:ir^ Ibe roatf.  We -idvise.^^asu're;*���������see^ew'fo���������- :avaiV'ltbem-:  selves of *Hhe 'opportunity' ;to^ enjoy:;i good  *leigh:Hde/asHha;rd^ aiftexi  hllirating; arid the Lightning creek claims  wili now well' repay a?visit' -"��������� *\' : ? *';;*;:;" * '  On Antler Creefc lately, iii4the Nasorietsim,  a quarrel occtirred between two men named  Evans arid Davis/ resulting in X)ay]a being  knocked' down^7tbe,8lia1t twice with a Sbow,  without, however/ very Seriously injt./irig  him; There vronid appear tp^ have beeri^^ but  very iiCtie. provocation  Sault.   y ';';' '"'-'" % A ���������    y Xp.y ;' ''; lUpfy.  7 Mr Ri HV Brown, 'SupenntendentoJ the  Lane &,Kurtz Company. left*herej.op".We^nea-.  day for ..the lower country to expedite tbo  forwarding of tbe machinery for that company  left" on the j road by the teamster, wKo it w-  said; hai been guilty; of negligence "rinT. .not  making greater exertions sirice: the' "eriowyfeit  to send it on to its destination.  :r Mr James Whkartt; i; well knownTold  Caribooite, and a member of the Black Bull  Company, Lowhee Creek/died last month in  San Fraoclsco.  Requiescat lb pace*   ;' !���������"  Mas. Akdrbw Kbllt, ;pf BarkeryUiev(Waa  thrown from a sleigh ori Tbtiw^ay pa the roa^d  to Lightning Creek, arid her wrist sererely  Ba.rka.rdt3 Express, ypUhrtbe mails,,is expected tb arrive on Thursday next. : >;. r!;y  Remaining in the Barkerville Post Office on  6th December. 1871 Parties calling :for  letters in'the' following list; will; pleisr ask  foriAdvertised Letters:   ^ *$ H^_ ^?!j y^  Anderson Robert>    ;lvftn^re'Win >'    ^'?  Adama, Pearcy & Co. Lajhoa  Barker William  Burkholder;W 8',  BaughmihCaptE  Bailey Wm     i ]  CUo������:A,;3.;-',i;.ay!  Cannell Joseph  Conoiy Michael  Conway BM/   \  prakeSamueiy -  pun John  ^Forbes'F" fV"l''  Ifiyri'TH '"���������-  ForbesFH  i    g  ���������OiirAlfred- s,:,.  Green Samuel  ... ,  Grarit David  Glover Anthony D  Harvey Thomas '"*r  Jones Hamil       ?  Jones Charles ,  ,   >  Jones Robert  Jones WH  Jones WT  Knott John  Knight Wm Henry  LangonJoha 1    t,< -  'Linch^r^'"-/' yt;y  ; M^Vn9'F;rankf.?:2 .*.'  McCJkllnm/Dari; sr'' -  Mitchell James v>y% ;  McFarland A  McDorialdMrsS  McLean Howard'  McDougal.Roderick .  Miller John/   v ,,;:(.  McKerizieJ ;."'  Mat tice Stephen B *;  Paulson Charles^' *  ,Puely.,Jtobn    j y^yi  Richards Majhevr, 8;.  Robertson David     ;  Sariipson.Jobri ' ���������  ' ;  Segars r: r yynxx-*.  .'Standish;W^:i*.'-;iu>j  ,SIll8W::: ytmvx*  , Shellon Miss Wp$F\ ���������$���������  Tretheway Thos -;  Worhiam Harry/5 ���������  WiUiamsJBy  JOHN.B<>WRON;  li il ; ���������������'!*  SLIPS OF THE PRESS.  if;   .      fcORD BROUGHAM ;    :  ������n������ fond of relating; an instance of'misreport-  ^hg, which was no joke to the victim; oftt.   A  Irishop, at one of bae^onntry visitations; found  ���������occasion to -nomplata of the deplorable state  of a certain church, the roof of which was evidently-atiy thing bnt water-ti^ht; after rating  those concerned for .their tiegrlect* bi9 lordship j  finished t>y declaring; emphatically that bei  would net visit the "flamp" old church again  until it was put in decent order.   His.horror.  ���������may be Imagined .When he-diaoovered himself  reported In the local Journal ss having declared,: VI aball not .visit this damned old  church ..again?. The Bishop .lost no, time in  calling the editor1* attention to,the .mistake.;  that worthy thereupon, setting himself ri^ht  with his readers by stating that he .willingly  gave publicity to his lordship's explanation,  tout fee had every; confidence tn the accuracy  ot,- bis reporter. ,,Tbe editor of an, evening  piper..could /hardly.; .bave bad similar con.fi-  . de nee in. his subordinate when the  latter  - ranged hii -journal to record that, a prisoner  bad been sentenced to -{tour.months1.  X ��������� IMPRlSOMSlSKT TH. THK. HOUSB. OF COMMONS l?.   !  . Jn this case .we fancy tlie reporter must ,bave|  foeen io the same exhilirated condi^on as his?  American brother, who ended his account of^  icity banquet withi thefrank admission: ff It!  is not disj-inctly ctemertfbered by anybody  present who made >belast speech I??-":.; .'-.-���������/. ;  Advertisers ������are adepts;.at ambiguity.   A  lady.idvertifleaiber desire to   :  i!!!r r!x'   1!. -.'WPAIN A<HU8BAJJBHI!J:' ?;.,, \h  A MICHIGAN MBJUM--6NE OF HER  PATIENTS AFFLICTED WITH liMSW  CUSS" AND "KATARR."  Aladyllvipgin the Western -part of the  city, wlio has-been illa couple of, years, the  diaeaee being of Wrbeiimatic character,-with  no dangerous symptoms, was induced a few  days ago to let another lady make a clairvoyant test of her case. 'A'lock of the sick  lady's hair was cut off st$d sent to a woman at  Milford/ Oakland county,'wbo makes a busl-  ness of going into trances, discovering the  causes ot disease and curing them. The hair  was sent, the woman went into a trance, and  the following letter gives ber diagriosis'of the  cane:   '  ' -   ��������� ��������� /      '" -'.'. ���������'    '  "I find^pur case Is one that "baffles scill.  The dyses is cpmplyoated; tbe spine is much  disessed ; h^ve^urt.itby a fall.- .The liver Is  uiserated, cause you raise a thick mewcuaB.  Your bed syorpethisefl. You bevflpels of  feeling dlz������y, and the scrofula in the blood.  which ha3.de8tToyed the vitaltty, causes some  tendency to dropsy. The throat is effected  by Kata^r In tbe'hed. You can, witli proper  treatement, be helped. I boajp> this is ridfribp  late to Benafltt you ; if .ypii want treatment,  I will attend you at wpnee."  . It ia, perhaps, needless to add that the clairvoyant did not bit one symptom of the case,1  though she was in ai trance for several hours;  VaUlancoiir, Lav^ &p6,,  :;:.: X8^^0BSTOH.;toUW6rj/  Bet to Inform their Wcatevand the Wh.Jicthat the  have taken tie weU:kndwn .premises In BorKerylii  so long favorably patronised white tn'ibe occupation  ofMrN. Cunio.   - ���������*.   ���������.'.'���������  Oi  A  and guarantees a perfect cure inside Sof four5  weeks. . . - ���������'"������������������>;  .vdfi.be manufactured and icld|by|Wholeaale and Retail lujlttt purity,and ......       ;.,;.-.'.��������� .���������>   '-,>..:  The beat Liqinori!& Cigars  constantly kept on hand*. ..: .,-....x\. ���������      ,:; ���������  Xy-XX Hy  t..y.y ���������-* ''    ;*V:^I' 'Ax  The Lodgings Departmeat  will he always caTefullyfattended to. and the best  Beds and accommodation provided for their customers. :P\ ./���������."/:: .i?fjr.>��������� -' ���������; y y ��������� ��������� '> ^ ' aei0i-  Tbe FLORENCE isthe best Sewing  ' Machine for Family use, becauia; It  1 ao seldom gets out of prde/,. ��������� If tber*  ��������� Is ������n������ Hot working well III   ������        x  California;  ;  "7   OREGON,:,;'   ,;.,-'  ������������������,.,  .    WASHINGTON TERRITORT*  'M   NEVADA,  lenciee."   '4A ?pi  !fi7^y;:> .. ��������������������������� x-r-y-i-.-y  . .-.>-Avi...-i .���������!n ���������'���������  mm \.  x s-l  'lli   ':  Vyl  ��������� yy  ������������������ Xyx   : ��������� -  Ill  if' - ' 1  '���������" :-^'y.t   '      .  ���������  ���������ry"yy r ���������  xMsxy*  ��������� yfii  yMii'tl :.  ���������yr-;<  X >.;  \  ���������:mx  ������������.:.*i,:.i    .       ,  ���������"It- ty  m$i . ���������  :&���������:*& '  'IV Ut'  y I..!.  '-.wAy  ill.  ;   MPA  '.  f Wi   .  -^ :y>.  '���������������,      ')i  r-J. ���������������������������'������������������.\  %m*  p:--T-;-J  ���������01 ���������cnimren, ��������� iuiwiu. >uo j,.uu,i������, ������������.,,.u^  -uwiah^sfor.two.or three,,having none of.herj  Wni", Somebody wants "a young man to  look after a horse of - the Methodist ;peraua-  ulon^   A, draper desires to pieet/wifcb m as*  MISCELLANEOUS.  WAI^W^JAi^P:  a  ���������vy3D',ft?,QUi6i-iamiiyi:v'-v������1������**-:|������'-:OOBlwu ������������v������������wii.-������.i*t  the BbootlQ!? of a wild cat " bv a^ Utile boy  fivefeet eight ipchfisio^  '���������wfaiclr y* was v/ery flde, and nearly |wo^ miles  R1n^leh^tlii.as wasalao the prayer of UiTmji  1 the chaplain ;ner^ should we ie" ^mucB scan,  4alized to note ������he fact" that !��������� Misa/Corry, in  the presence of a larice number of Admiralty  -was auletly 11$$^ ^  fih9rrlverVy" rope's.^   An American'paper,  P?sy:<yyjy^'*H������^^r:������7M^t.]  ��������� '.������������������.->  >    '%..      > iy.:v<y /.V-'r'ir\ ., ��������� *    y,.      ;.-;./  , '    .. j ''MyJl     >yi -   ���������'������   ,,-   .,,;.  t*.rA* alwajrs'aupplied with'the;'best-of every thinf  that can be procured In Cariboo,   ;    "V^iy i r ���������     j  ..   ALASKA,.- ...,:  yy  ,. : British;coLUMB!Ap -yy. -  y    MEXICO,:   :V x'x',, y^  ������������������ JAPAN, ,,,../,. ���������x'yy,yyy^ a  Or CHINA, If Informal of It, I will  >r It w.it*outh ������nf ���������^P*^w'"U.: ttia  ������woef;        ;���������-'���������������������������: ":-i^ .���������'��������� /  ^y-j/y  dilating upon the sucessa attained by a  made man," iaid he "arrived in California  -twenty years'/ago with only on������ slirt to bfe  ���������back, and since then has contrived, %y olose  ' applications ;tO'( business, to accnamlate-pver  ^nnitUidnsiV"^  %$i\\ r j-)? We; arr t$t peace |witb all -the World/  ^]sd!^continue ;\tt|'-iihej^sh,!^Iatloiwv;pf amity  ywitb the Vest of mi$(M$&  ���������matched by one perpetratedyby; an^ Ebglisb  theatrical paper! which/ afte?' announcing, a  forthcoiiBng beneflVp^o^ on ^~-  ���������** Of onnraA * flvery one will be taere^ indifpr  the4edj6cation of those who are absent,-a full  ffepprt will be found in -pur next paper������,?   .  v*    Send for Circulars andisampleatf .  ^tha^ork:; 'll^'Vt^^'WaWtii^h;,  '"'' flviarv Dfifci.1)3^   v'  "' r ' / '"   '  Under- terop6rar| ^-fi^^^-.^^W*  ^y .7-i^y-|ny;0^th*:Mallrfr^^  Tiie;iinderelgaedhasplaced*Une::cif Passenr  . ;/���������,.���������;.:-. ;/y-y ^.ger;Stages^on;the_ *y//:'���������;���������>  Eunninff ���������^n]; close connection with the Stages *  from Yale to1 Barkerville, .���������-'-.;. ���������;'���������>. ���������'' "?^;,'-'-  Perscins^-viBiting the pkanagan District will  1 fled this by far tbe niost convenient mode of  travel., .,,    ;   [yip,. f'p' .:���������; .', "r ' ;..;.  i; ;^r^;Sia|es leave Ci^  itay morqin^s at 10 b^locK^:iiffi AptHl return  tbeStages goliii Nortli andSditb,     y "  'lte^y*������  &*^^^^*^^^^^^^^^  IBM  Skpabatino BEDFiJiiLows.���������At^ tbeyWfecoh-  ������!u Fair/says a writer in theOMcago fonroil*  one pf ;.������e-mos^. Jattghter-prw^  fnapy, ^patenta":exhibited was a bedstead  with ha! partition extending from the bead*  board afb'patfh'alf ^way down..the bed- The  Inventor! claims tbat the object of ibis;'great  invention is/ ^.prevent ^bedfellows fromi in-  baling' eaeb others breatb. /Doubtless, in  flome casesi"thei'dividing line would be very  4es!rable. ,|taay were the jokes perpetrated  -on the " patent divorce court,'* as the new invention was called | aud as all the married;  folks took .-a;-wide- latitude in discussing the  ���������new arrangesaeni/very many eharp bitsland  dubious puns were"' made at the expense of.  1&& invention, and afc each other?s as #eil.   ' '  D M TO ANKOUNCB THAT TH1-Y H ATK REMOVED  D. to the spacious pw^,B^m8^hkA7.u\1���������������  St., George ialoon, where they will be at aUtlBfiS  prepared to furnish  ���������> '.���������������������������  Will te IriiMMtetf io������wi<tb^ route. IWgjj*  oa'tried. -PftrWis' dslivered. ' CbmrnissioB*  exacuted. 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