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 ||������il������;  ^^^������:.^;.?^-A*^^"t-'  ^^������^s^������i^ rv,;':^>?"y-H'?  .,.^^������8HW1V*>S!Wf-,^*=^7������V'" ������*-**'faev*^ * - ������������������'������ ,.������7iy7^?:-'^"- ���������������������;' **>*������.  11-k *-,**$ firr5i%^*&v'*T^  ' |  4 *m>.'���������.'?:. *���������*���������  Vol. 12.  Barkervil,!^^!!!^^  ^'Jj^'?-'':rf*kl '  ufjms^mmwm  '&i.&M"&m������mMQi!&& o w a y.  Subscription.,   -  -:  60 Cents per Week:.  ��������� ^ ^.,*;**,; ���������.;;��������������� .^ ��������� f *v-^f f ��������� *;ff ft:. 'y��������������� $:fB"  RATRS OF ADVknTISING.  s7g,  |y#  'jSpl'  '7  7>'r  7P  .   7 74*  ^ y;l  ;77y  ?7  Si&������;^  MB  [41  Si  ������  p.  m  iX  1  ii  Fo rone squarp (on e i neb), fi rst jn^rjlon, x*  .-7.' ''*,7:'y-7^y*-V:Jrj   , /y ..f nun'mouthy* t*.- *.'..'*  For .t wo B411 a res,' fi rs 1.1 nser t iqu,,r   - & v: -  -.*. ������,**  ,y.-S*7���������:������ "7 X oneynonth,; ���������V->>% ���������.$��������� - ft?  o. * *,C?aribop |5eirtixiol.V<  Vaio,  N������ wyWos iiniuster,  Victor Uij^p, -  ���������X  yy  i$s&sfc  doy&.>v^|do  Jolm'Murr.iy,  ;, VyJolm pollens  ,l^t������Jl?|sbeirt  iWir&^CW,    *"���������'���������'*viT^V" '"'-   tf-������     &>H Kr.inci������5o  G Street,     -      ������?��������� (v;,k t SO'Cbraft ill, 1-ontion, K. 0.  asz  sbs:  ^.i^J^i'V^ *'���������'*'  *;^    .^Hfi C^RIBAO.SEWINEU7, 'iu.  (fiy1..;^-X7r'������''i^v::',*?7'^'*:':'v'v'.7!";::;*-:,v..  ������������������ '���������/:.'���������:".'.-.'��������� ���������.��������� . 7  ��������� - 4;,y yjyyy t;���������'-���������''���������-. '^;?7yj: f#* '     '������������������ ���������'���������..���������  "iJ x ee ifted w\ t ft n ea t<n e^a^ j^isp^telj^i^f  ���������',       .Ter-mshrn. ajley aJ������. !    ';  a n-^yf\xy  ���������!rrw-r",  !.wMif^jj..j~;a  - ���������-v:Tbp?folinjwlogrxhres^xtracls"5 H'om tb'o^State  ' ���������CJi^'tVfti*; GfpeiVBay^ Wf������CO^in^ &ti 14:  ���������WoVJrVesiVnv; '-'rrvornlnff^abont six-o'clock Abo  1 ffiwfi������\]er;SB'J6>eph��������� affiye^f bVlngiti^ aboitf  ���������250 ,of Xhe H^tcp^s^fler^rs. It jeriys^p111 f������I'  pi gift '���������! to *^rl!nos^? theie ^prVor ^unforlu ninths j  mahyvof thctnr^yiiiif^clothed, all of them;  Fhhwinp the *floct of i^ t<M;nbje fire througji;  Yvliic'li fyb^yJSiadlfro^  witli blIsfered feces and bands;4.B^nio w 1 ih  ihftir "ovWp at hiostT nut on ty an d o I b era w i th  vijfrx smkHsiiics,womti and childbek itOASTfio  A ni on j* tbe most' appal ling of ��������� lb e .acco nh ts  of thodisaRtfers that come'pouring in is that of  tjie burning of (Wj)llani8oriville, a small place  ab on t fo ri'r mil cs ���������oao'fc; of the h'eitd; eff Li ttl e  ^."yglftfl;B������y*V? Jlio mill afc that place^oi  biM-n^d* 1 ast Siindriylp]g^f, nnd nearly all tbe  in b ab i tan I a of ,1 be to w n perished i h, the flam es.  T\fe mi i I \ 'ft'sss si tiia'fed in. a 6in al|v clean ng in a  cedar swra inrj, and pilty^ aro:iiud the: iriil 1 was  ab ot lUiUOi) co rd e - of ������p ai ts?. y P be:i������buses wer^  alt:': Bituated ;ncar;:������acb other, the inhnbitania  being ahu11 nC aa it were. in .lbis 1 iinited clear-  inffwWhero tbe flaines^devouredHhem^v %x%*:  -^������������������^l.yyP.C'-X^   *���������:������������������  ���������'������������������*������������������;    ��������� V'-������������������'���������������������������>'���������������������������'- w-������������������'-w;������������������..������-'^t -.���������- ^-     ^~  1   '    ��������� -IS THK BELaUX SKTTr.KMKNT;'  cQtie mon, whe has* beeWihrouirli the pdrtioii  of country inhabilcd main! vbv Belgians, on  the east*bore;represeriIa Ibe seene asvterribI������.  Tbo lanjd is wholly, j aid , wasle,, and v those of  ils ; inhabitants who escaped with their lives  ave.i su Heri ng beyon d' xneasu re;; ? Gro11ps- are  bund led tosrether f with oh t sliVl lers ihe clothing  haying been Either ? burned or torn from the  bodies of tbo woimeo andJcbiidrenh, and niany  of ^tbe^iatier are^shcased in bags, tied at the  Ibrjiat, jwil h: only tl^eirf ibea^ ^mibje. u They  ar^'wttbont food. It is in this direction that  the suppliesNifeve^'beM^burh'e  f ej^ijy^ 3!heip^o pi e a relir eprosen t ed asVh e-  ing fetror^trickienoijlt; ig^almosVimpbesible  to jj^tbrf>Hglfi^Mi^tio n^tbe^b ri dir es?b a v i ii g  MrSCRLiLANEOUSy ;;  i .<;  ���������iyt iy  ":<t.Z^y.:V-  ���������AND  '.  General ^g^^6  v    '/iAMES  WIGKMAM.  Bark^rvil lis.;  bai  been burned and tbe,j]oad blockaded by fal 1-  ina: irees.. Fourbodiea were^found inMB^^ft  TuiUheycejntm:^  lion-of %bicb' bad been planted with titrhips:  It would seejn^as if they bad; nin front their  ji o 11 ?f ess- to 4b is spot, n o t; a n ti ei p at \ n ar the ter-  nble/'beat^yThe^  ���������'."- "''.' KAVIGAl'ldNOMPEnWD./'V **���������*.'- 7 '.-  ���������v ��������� A!, gen tl emnh.-. wh o has b eoii v to Green: Bay  fro ra Sagi ua W;; say s, id a. d es c vi p i i on of his  vpyage: . ������������������" !l"ly!^y\n , ��������� *.fc   ' ���������; , . " ��������� - : .  . ..:  y The ,bpat was .greatly defw ned on' lier:; upward 1 ri p jpii accou n t pf bigh wi nd ahd smoke,  and the Vatler was so-dottfie* lbat\tfie boat had  to be steered_cnjirelj with tbe compass., The  . ft rjjoinu^fi e ^.a%iii3.oroCitjbo>bAy: ex ten d ed i n an  almost unbroken line from the eastern shore  ir singed OiTjiandAmaim9,au.d. bruj^esai^������h  ^her ^ Pmhfeco barbot'fever since that ?^?^^!^ff0^fel^gf?.'^'?^  .\^Kv|^^1������������t������<^.^^^;������-      *J e"9'e"? ^nrasuU'/?������"y 150 "^  *ome fnrtiisfi'ed *tfieih"4 Tii������?adayVftiftorrip6n'������ ty  the steamer.'.Dunlap,"it bavinjrlbeenVimpossi-  ble for a' boat to tpucb; there before that time  ���������on i>ife^t������0\fe^ir.yte]^��������� '������iif^li ^Bfeisittroliinfe:*'-' Upcui  tfiisirn arrival ��������� hero\1 tbey^yirere. ^d^trAfeu^dv  among the various���������faotelf andTesidences,Jand%  medicat oM ;^rjnl8hed;tbpse[needing it.  K^put nponio^tb^ the  oast.fili.ore- of tb������f bay,! those wbo bad escaped  w i tb barel y their li res fro m th e Belgian set-  tlera>nts,New Franltonj BrusselsVDykesvilie/  and in fact that entirei se^tinn, came atrag-  gH n g in.   Many of th ese were Jlja A ly ^bin TP^d .f  One mem b er of a fa mi 1 y. aj lb) isl ered . an d  disfigurod������ halC sCarved, and naked, wbui<1  state howv th.e remainder of tbe family bad  p eriahed i n th e flames. Li ttl e cb$ I dren. wbose  p a ren ts  h ad  been bu r n ed to rleatb, we re  brought in by kind-hearted neighbors, themselves scarcely able to drag their own bodies!  over the weary mile&   The larger portion of  these people were sent to the hospital on> account of their injuries; One man who arrived  :jRE-.prephr>itato furnish^Luniber iat their Hills,  ,t William Creek, pr dull ver it ^o order.  GREEK: ATrrTHB SAMlfi "RATEa AS ON  ���������<x  w$#v  ..!.������������������������:.  '":, Hayiiijafplania* Maebiae in. aperatjoa they' if III  alsotuiaisb ,-yry���������>;    ������������������������������������>��������������������������� -  %������������������������������������  ���������?������ K'. '���������"'  at satisfactory rates;-'i^'  ':nvy-  sell  LIGHTNING   GREEK.  i*1 ?V   -'7  f'v  j<..f'"-.-V.���������?������������������-���������������. :     y  M'^RRfraND'TRA^ER^wjl! liriti 'fiuffSietrifc  van lag e to p brcbaae a t: tli i r^ loi e, w b er s tbe ro is  ^tjrnijjg iipjivits course^fences.barns,;houses,  jand an endless (quantity of "cedar telegraph  ^poles and tan bark, the latter of wliich - was  'ipiledoUn;' immeiise beaps on the dock si; i So  <leep> and -dismal was ��������� tbo daukness caused  hy tfife i m men se ^61 um e ��������� of * sm ok e. % at tb e  ptifl .was: to tally, ob sen red tor a tdista n ce o f  200 miles.   Tins mid night darkness continued  for a week.   The boat was del ayedy bu t sbe  lef^Escanaba for.Green Day oh that fatal Sim-  day;v nigbt,, .^ot..il^ p^clpck, ��������� but only made her  way twelve miles^ out when forced to return  on account of the stormy sea beneath and the  sea of - &re overhead., The air was red witli  burning fragments, carried all the way from  Pishtegp and.other places along the shore, a  distance of nearly fifty miles. The boat Iny  in Fscaaaba harbor until.six o'clock a.m.,  Mphclay, .when she was again started, tb*1  storm having but siighily subsided ; bus the  course was pursued, and Menominee was  reached with greafc dim"cn 1 ty, As 1 hey op-.,  pro ii ch ed $! on o ni 1 nee ��������� jtb.ey passed. ��������� vessel s  I o ad ed w i I ti fVi r n i tn re. &&.. al 1 b ei n g rea d y to  leaye. if the place took tire.   It was here the  of tbe y������tv best de?eriph������n on band, and tbe 'stock  constant ly rexHen is) >������< U by n<! \f iirii v^ils.- :i-Tbe;propr| e-  .;. .���������:;-L;,v>''ytdr;wnyseli'GdotiB.:i '  :    /.,������������������;.' ..  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN*  CARIBOO;  yyyxyyx' ;���������-,   J>-  .    ��������� ������������������ ���������' ���������   " - ���������:  iOrders promptly filled and forwarded with dispatch.  1 f   ;:; ( j. w: lindhard. ���������  li HQTELS,mESTAUiaANTS; fe^  ���������t-y  &mmwiM3mm  4|VS  'fi;in.H(  A,;.!������ *l>yoy 8 sn p,i������l ieU; wi tb' tlio f best of ^every %kte$  t".hat**������!l������   III)  ni-hciri-nil   iivf'arihn/*'-.  tbat can be procure it inLCari boo. y p  xxy  '::y<  /Xxu'"'  y  1XI y ;::, *-,* iTbe?CeIobra7ed ���������'��������� ::{* ^y^M  ��������� :.t.: I-<:,..,   *.y* -h^!i&   ���������':><���������'' -��������� <' "<���������������������������   -' ^ X   '";'������- . :s'''<���������**  ';f':������������������>;< I ?4������a''*5  A su perlor arti clo tb an y wb ich ca a bo bad from bo  tlOW^RoaRied'anii Gronud ron'ahe^fjrotbliSes'������������������ Irbnv the  bo* t. sclccied'. beriies j;::aatl! warra n tcu-jfr^'e from adul*  erHionY* ;;s ���������'���������r,1-:J'   Vn%1   * >~ y X ���������   '-'/      '. /   ���������  -Ml XX-   X ;.^*:x?i*   * X>3. a^QOQVSVXf^  y.xy yxfr1, y; X:i xx y-pH\^'-^':y  xyfi'?v$- y5iy *h-jzijff:r|  i'y sjy. s ii:.. & vsO:-oG  ;*#M  prepared, to. furuisu  ..        ....      ,,i,vii> My-\^!-- xiyX'S.^  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY!  ;t-  &tlfeff-BAli'' If ^fbrnished With- j t^o^finest :WIKE3".  LIQUOR^.-andj.GIGABS:'--^ .-y;>n-yyt>- ii.y.. y^^77-  JelTCin.  u\ ���������?���������{  JUST   RECEIVED  ?t  Storo Street (between Herald arid Fisgard)  t'.X    ��������� VICTORlA^vB,q. yy    fyj' y xy  ANDREW ASTRICO, -  PROPRIETOR.  A large supply of  ****  &?  late Wednesday afternoon, reported that one! Pf^engera learned of the destruction of Pish-  squad of thirty were on tbo. roadln short dis-'^  fance out of the city, upon whicbj teams were  s^nt to bring them in.   Thursday morning  two men arrived from the T woods, so bad ly  burned tbat it is probable at least one of them  will die. People rendered homeless have  beenjarrmng in the 'city from all directions  ever "since Tuessday morning, Ond keive mtte  the streom continues to flow in*  Public Notice.  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S  HE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY CAUTIONED against  pfi rcha'sl nsf' of otber wi se t ren ling for 1 h o pu r-  ^hase'oTlhat"BRIDGE. AtfD ROAD leiuljug tbwrto,  commonly known us DANIELSOK'.S, across tbo Qaca-  nerF������{ver., a* I hare a claim against the. Raid Bii<lg,re  a'lid'Road. beinjf tlie partner of tho said Duuielson jn  tbo erection thereof.  DAVID ROBB.  Quegtielnietttb, October 25,1871, nolS Iin   *  'flB^-MBW' Goods will be received every  week during the season, ^^af  BOOTS,   SHOES,  ClotliiiLg   and Groceries*  OF THE BEST QUALITY.  For sale attbcSior<? of tbe lindersipnerHn Barker  ville.oppositcLho Bank of British Columbia,  AY. RKKNIE.  JelT  as usual  ��������� The most commodious and cIcan.Hotelin Vfct'ofift''  Ttis con'������ucL<t(i on.tbe.Europoan p,riuuip!o.yTbe,iaUJO-  Is supplied wiUi the very best tbo market.'ifftbrrhv     ,  .'. jksds at all bouvs of the day,- Private Dining  ItoHin? lor Families. , :.'.; ..-���������.. ',.- .     .  >  Boanrnml Lod^insr per week, $5 50'an it $6 50,  Per: day,. $1.   Single meal^ 37Ji cents.   Beds, 50e*-rr  43@��������� Virc prool Sato in lli-e H.mi80> .. ....   myCCm . ,  J. 4,   ROBERTSON  DEGS TO ANNOUNCE THATHE HAS OPENED  AT STANLEY, -  -LIGHTNING GRBI:  Tho Tiiblo will always be supplied with tbo V *  articles that can bo got in Cariboo, and tbo-Bury  tbe ������������������ ���������   ��������� ,��������� 7 .���������'-"      i  ora  Finest Wines,.;  ���������*-   .    and Cigars.  Stanley (Moutb I^st Chance Or������ek,) \  i������ll������,Wl,, J  WWWgJ!MWWJJi.WimU  aansBBBs s* '"; '" '   ������     ' ��������� ' " '���������  ":; ' '��������� ���������;. i  , between Eurone nod Asm.  At  between Europe and Asia, and afford vain  able commercial facilities to Qiiehee merchants, of winch h* urged |hem to t*ke every  advantage. rThe Pacific Railroad would add  to its trade,' for it would become tlie irarrier  for the penrinlon.  The Intercolonial Raiiwav  wouldl.co-onerate to bind tbo  Provinces and  auemenfc the prosperity  of the country in  various -wsya.   These railways would attract  great numbers of imm^ranfs, whom it was  wir flirty and cmr imeeest to invlfe ond secure  E**ry settler was a new source of wealth i  let them come from all nations, there h teW  k.,, ...      .,     ,..��������� - , ^ti" ������'fr**,bHc men '^r* "* *������������"������ of  An^HSaxoni?r-������ce;:'*A 1bn.ts;tnd^e^s ' Wi���������������f''*^li^  tbat we mfeht have a coimlrr  1ho'T,,leioViHirnt'br:rei,tiy ami ^edVits|      wh,ch  ?,,r children;* children roiglit bo  -cheering warmth through the rnde r������������laee of PTXy :. whfcb. should, prrpefnate  the great  XUe .StropAgng.:^iitiewln^re>^d  harpers'1*****���������**$*+ ������ instifiifiona   of   England^,  oang-and played in commemoration of ��������� he  Co"mr7  wealthy, powerful and respected-  SATURDAY, DEC?, 23. J>7f.  ��������� ii _^  :y CHRISTMAS.  There Is no season of I[he year whep people  *r* so opt to feel ' jnlly" under-ad verse! cii:,  ���������ciimstances as atGink tin as: Despite ill-Iii ck  and all tlie erne! buiretfing������ which fortimo  ^aJi!������������������.d*B!M f*fI.!n|f-of,geiiiol������j steals  fnsensibiy o'er the heart, and even, in the  'llbsom of the most, degraded j������ Vence rtrWfb.  good-will towards liisn." assume^ ncertain  ���������^ !' .      JL-J  ^W-^DVfehTISEMRNTS.  THAT WELL KNOWN  S AX"'"  Fan Volltenpui^ii; & Co  Xy  ���������*??!'?'of fiMP^������nary.  -For ages this respect j    l rhr>m comt*from *V nations, there  forphrhtmas has existed, at le isf. hmong tlie f,^:*Ki   Owr fmblie men desire the so  Anglo;^3^1jr-ce;:::A Jtbn.i**^ ie*rs ' Wil G<11,f',^P4ltM  that we mfeht have a  &  ������nd prtmisos lately occupied by the late Joan DahJf,  ; QUESI\TELMOUTH,:  Is now off* red for sale ������r tb real, with all arid aundrr  BAR FIXTURES, BILLIARDTABLE,;  STOVE, LAMPS, TIER GLASS, cibCK,  BaFU������ iyi|VEf   RiCHF I EL&t  ���������������Anoo��������� '���������������������������'-.���������>...  E.  ���������Vroy. snd the r������oor  and snflferini? crowded  ���������foil n tl Who !do������ffi "where % e Olrr f������tiihs do I ���������������>  .was never laekJng.   And  now with in  in  'Cariboo, shu* iin'-omarir fhf ntr.^d -peaks,  wliere,winter reitrns.������������������wn.if me in.sjl bfs.Hosry  Ipfijesfy;* the- *e' f-Sa m e feel; n ������r������-p r*vof!. 'f'Wft���������'  -rnas is at oilr door* :  and "f hooVi������ -opt m������in������  ^e.sm-tll snd.our.armlirin'i������������������ rod*. w������������-sr������.i������iv  W*H ready fo greet onr old friend, who Mop's  fiacipto onr me^o/iesythe: t1iouf?ht<i; nfrbve  ^o'ne days in other and more p*nial elimes  "A Merrv Chnstmna.^'-wni he the.creeling  ^xchfln������r^d as hetrftlv here a<*. in anv'quo"ter  ���������with as little hypocrisy.   And bnr may snob  friendly feelings retain'their hold   on  the  liearls of all our/.Han>)norjnir?*������is :   while  if  when another Chrisfrjins enmes the..h.pd.lr  ������eherisheardfesm������ of���������mny should li-iVe *l������een  Tea j ized,, a n d a 11 (he to i 1 and >a rd <hrp: :i> n der  gop ej n f he j t>n rail It of weal (b *ie To riro t fen iri  the society of "fa mi I v' a rid frten d������. may thins*  on whom 'the  blind  goddess. Fortune.; hn������  ^showered her gifts think kindly of their o'<J  "friends who have b*en.less lucky, and remem  -her the 1aftt'merry.^hr;isttnaWhey^haVe spent  *ia. Caribtio!;* x^'xl- '���������'���������-��������� x y'y "."'���������"��������� " '���������������������������":  ���������   ������������������PHH1BW1       '  I.  an'd with the asstsfaneeof (be people wn were  sure to aUacn (hat end."       ;.    ;   .  \t.������.iel������fioJd; Wiflmm Creek, from 1-t to \ks\  Decfher. ta3?en ������i 9 a.m. eacJ; d iy. ������di������twing-ihe  highest med lowest range for preceding 2-f  hours.:  "Max. Mrv.  peoeinher < l~28elioTezero. If) aHore z������������ro,  .-.���������;. -ry-'.'" x?$j������4. below 2?*rb. !30 t>ei������w xorb  ''   3410 below ������������m. 31      ���������<        ���������_'  4 ��������� 25 abfivez������,ro.    f>     u       ,J  5- 3^:above zero. 24 above e**ru.:  .-,i.uiiti.L i..t,j pussc������b ������u 4j|f.:;o" "*������������������������������  JAMK.S H. KERR,   .  -^^:"B;������ D ^e^oSVir^ ^^  A SUPPLY OF THE  THEATRr_BOYAL.  B ENEK IT     6 F  slwayo o]������r Ray������.  IRON   AND. tfeCL  ^LORENC^WlLSbN-.  Saturday Eye*gf- Dec. 23,  x Tlie OARiBoa amateurs     -  Vtll perform the i iUghabieT^rco ot!  MRS GREEN'S SKC&iSeSctESS  Jfr.Obnier Jo^as  Air if. jj. Tiiampsoa  NEW ADVERTiSEJIENTO.'  SALE.  6RMD^M^iBT"AT{OTEj^ andorsJgncd,   wishing:   to   retire frbm  LANGEVJN. * business,   ;  The special correspondent of tbeMsinland  *C ii * rdlan Jfnrntthoo t a J oirjr oecoi m t c f the  Tuihlic bantjuet priven tn������ the 17on. IT. Ti; Lap:  r^evih on hia retlirhf to 'Quel)ec from liis trip to  British,��������� fcolnnibia.   The. batfqiiet is descriiied  :������s havinjr been on a prand scalo, aliout 400  persons being present, including the Lieut-  governor of the Province and most of the,  un embers' oT; IheDonri nlo n CaMn et >'     ''"'     I  /In returninif thanks for the; honor. Aor\e to  Wrnsejjf and colleagues, Mr !Lantrevin spoke  In a very enconrs^inp: and enthusiastic mnn-  ner reiRrdinjr British Columbia.   A'monjjr his  remarks hf said:��������������� ft was one ot the most  wealthy and promising of the Provinces, in  alldf;. wlffcji;fat ipetwrih an ���������tnteliitren^ in-  ���������duStfipus,' hard-wnrlcinfi:. loyal ond contented  people.   Ho had seen hundreds of thousand*  ���������of acres of good land; already yielding largely  Wfheat, haaJey, pats, and other., ;products, pro-  ���������dticinjr as much as forty bushels to the ncre.  lie found also immense prairies of grazine  Han4s^fn- rnany cases covered with s^e^; and  ���������oot.tleJ which 'coiild be' loft with pafety wi t of  ,������������������--.41.- ���������t.-*-  TUE  Mr jiihii RVrtl-uon,        -   -   .  K-:pps (;��������� It'llCeniiita oh- flnty),'  Buug (II=������nl*e of. the fUriJii of  '    St.BoU.'i).     ���������       . ���������.   :   JfrT.'P������.;rfet    ���������  .Smi (Mrs G nn-n 's Boy), ;���������!   Xli\ '-if r /. B: I.^htoo  Ifr.^ Grvi-n (< Green Grncerfiss),    Flwr������?pce. V^llsna  ."������������������;'.; [0co������if���������Mrs Green's Parlor' behind the iiiop.J"  To b e follow ed. by., a ��������� choi ca>.; ���������������t. ��������� *   ���������) /  Musical Entertainment.  the euu^  :' Will kjmlly assists :���������  s   'u-  ^^���������;.0v*rturp,   .-   ���������  ������������������������������������y'.y.-'tolwtioti,-  '. Fobit,     :  S'Kef Ion,  ���������   Selection,  Sod?,  God Sire the Queoo,  '���������;&***.���������:y   -- '"���������������������������-  WrW.Trnner.  :"M.hil.-: '������������������-���������  itr������A.Kelly.i;  Wri IfcArthar.  ilHIld.  ilr Gcaaer Jobna.  Bund.  : IFLAT A^p KQU^K  For hofstfugr from Mining SU arts and Ineiia**, 'T'-'rrf  R<jp:������, Guy R������p.;s, i<*r ir������ti*ini(tiiig p*������������-*������r, etc.      . ,  MANUFACTI ��������� R FO O^^lNY LENGTH Oft M2E. : .  Wire Bope io much Cheaper, tighter, and  more IiuicvUe than, any other kind of  . ;B*?;    '   V; '���������'.      . ���������:--.   y ���������    : :  HaUidie's   Endless  Wire;  ���������//-.Ropeway, .���������  :    .    . (Wire Tr.jmir������y),  . .  For the r������pt 1 sal t-conorolcil trjayporta^joQ of pe������s  and otluT maicriiils over m������:uotifcou'.s aud difficult  ro������dg..  (Secured by U, ai.r^tint.), Al*������, ..'-si  Patent Grip Pulley,/.  For trAnsmlttlag power, ������a"i by wbtcU. tannic is ..  uninjured an it ciOD^t slip.   ���������  MOT &KSO FOE CIKCUf.ARi.  X; Agency o������ik* "'" l  .     ,    ' PACIFIC .   (,  WIRE' & W. R. -manuf'q; CO-;  (OF CAUPpKNlA.) V/  All kinds and ������lre������ ot': Wlrv cuastjutly oa bsixf so *'  muautactur^d to order. y!r ....  ...���������������������������  del63m . -   419 Front St., San Kr.tnd>co. 'Culiiiirats*  .  ring  Ponrs open at 7.S0; performance to comraf������c������ al  8o*ct<ck.  Adni^sion, $2; Reserved seats, $l 50. Tielcets for  the R'Si'rved seats ciin be obtJiiocd of Mr Marshall,  Barkerville. ...  F.rp.rt!c������l������rt,������ppyoalIccpl:6Bi8(M)  J.   HARPOi.  Clinto., B.C., D... 20, J���������l. ^^  ���������fST  UJ*  TlHE CARIBOO> AMATEUR DRASfATIC AMOcMfioo  PARTIES   MlEPARINa, FOB   WINTER  WILL   SAYESMOKlEYJ  By calllnj el th. ���������������������������  Second-.hand   Store,  Wfcer. ibe/ will flgd ��������� flB. .swrlrafat ������f '  0n Thursday, Dec. 28th,  JS:.S:������,^ic!i wil! bv^ft?to the^<  .Ticketa, including Supper, $5,.   ..  .^ckets c������n be obtained from tljefojiowint gentle.  ������St,fl^r,M HISTORICAL BWmAmiCAT  'men. .  Wihtam CawrK���������Wm. Fra������ei", &;TN Mwrrffi, T. R.  Putiullo, R. It: Brriwii,. I). Kurtz. Miircus Wolfe, N.  F\  Fosterj Joa^   Hunter, J. ?. Taylor, ./os. Ma^oa.  hioaisisG Creek -^T. T.:Riiwardsi "J."L. Muir.  , ������J^wjffiS ('RKEK-^-Wj Fordist,";:-���������'.(.yy :' ��������� '-���������;  Gbofjsk Crrkk���������S A. Ki^enr..-. \ ,<. ���������-....     .. delS.  AMUSING &1NSTEUCTITBTALES  MAGAZINES, Ac.  Sixteen Prises-Tain������  '..";���������'   $1607  ������������j������a^ neh mlnen.1 inna.. girinR ������ rfchbw-  : rS!t.*1.f^!.'?.������iMr;arid oMkt mtnmli,������': co*l  ,     fl������Ms^ which.^ wWh tho^ftf Niry, Scotl,'^,,^  ������npply \U n������Ti������ of Wrest lirftam ,nt? #���������  .Joiliwlrieaof flie ������rorl.l (or ceaturi^ -rfieifi  ;   =wer������ al^naa?nific������nt fnr^fsmf, p;ana ,^;  for 60 to 90 fr;t, ���������������,!;M;t Rw^fc-t in If-  ���������wrtert ^Th^Mitaona*fc������fc,-A^Vttap.  !.��������������� fBwst proline in tb������ worlrt. ������i,^, in ,,is  opinion; ���������JnwfhS.BWlbl*:* Tho Wtbor fi.heriwi  ^p^^^BplTOrtijl a,M!,ional rw>iirc������._, . ft  The Xfmmm -w^n. !������Vwi;.pr^,^ a M(,s^ v������rifww7i!wW * ^"^ 7.TC 'r0���������  :^f;'^^^^    .It wre the fimohing rtrrtfc, ������o Cmf^miw  ,*M^������t*A.,.% tran8.conti..������ita! railway b; ��������� ���������      f  , ^ ^^^^l^a^r^gi^J^^^^^ or  ., ..:;_ ;.....������������������... ^ ��������������������������� '���������'-,���������,������������������      '���������-������������������' ^<^t  4  TICKETS, $1 escli;'.������������������n?!imt������oow than '75  *������;BhrrKS.f(s":tat*i,i8w at ������*.**������*  MONDAY, 15-rit JANUARY NEXT.  Vaillainconr, . Hiinter  Xi2,very,  . [SUCCESSORS TO N. CUNIO,]  The Celebrated XXX Ale  Tlie best Liqnors <������c Cigars  cons tan Uy kept on ban J,  The Lodging Eepartmsnt ^r^^^^iS^SR:  will be at������������n c,rofuH7 ������tton4.d to and th������ h,������ ^C������U';������' ������������������y ^obte <iu. u> thn cone, rn.  MINERS' A CARPKNTKR'S TOOLS,   .,  ZINC. LEAD PIPE.      .  SHEET IRON (rill gaiiffes),  STOVE POLISH,  REVOLVERS, GUNS,  ..        BALLS,  CAP8, SHOT,  POWDER. POWDER FLASKS,  ' SHOT RAGS.        ."  BOOR LOCKS, PADLOCKS.  BASTARD &MILL SAW FILES  As<2 other articles too numerous to men tion.  FORCE PUMPS\.. snd  BEER  MACHIN2������  put up and warranted.  "jifh STOVES HADE tO   ORDSR  ei  Uepulring of lf<*tals dsns as usual.  TKOS;   FLETCHER,  Public notice.  THK TVBLW ABB HKHKBY CAtmo.yEP against  purciiasing or otheru*i.se tre^iin^ l'*������r the purchase of thAtBlilD&K.-AXD KOAJ) Jearlfng tlier.ao,  eemmnnly known ������s DaNIKLSON1."1, acrosn tlie Qovt'.--  ijt I Hirer, a^ I liave a clitfrn ag.'iin^t the said Brl \g<s  and Bead, being the partner ot'. the Said Danjelsou is  the erection tjiereof.  DAVID ROBB.  Qn*������nHwontn# Octoher2S, 1871. nois lm  ;/ -, ,���������  ���������.-..  '-.T*.    -,  1 .    ���������   ���������   '  b y *&-  avi^^^iM^HUai^wBHiBmatJiai^ mfi���������   >  ?IEL0l  iTI  ������������������v.-w '���������  THE CARIBOO SEIST1NEL  .SATURDAY. DEC-23, 1*71.  ,.   WNLVG INTELLIGENCE.  WlLLlAXCltKKJf. ���������'������������������;.'������������������.  The Fore������t Ron* co, last week washed 20(1  <\e. The Bal I erarep.- w aslit8rt 30i#.' Th e h a rd  front in ihe beginning: of ihe week rendered ii  troublesome for ihe claims/taking waier on  tbe^sUrfacetojceep it confined.for a few days.  ..     ;;/.'    JACK OF CliBS CRKKKf  1 lie-Two. ������i*ter%\o6^ working  Cull lime, wa^ looks  velftbte week.; i   .'   ".  . ennrsR csickr. ,..,  ���������/the.'' fatismah co continue petting average  rrt.: :The WeidoB jeo. or* sinking a shaft  in  v IK*' "fitta lit i f #.'   T be 1 leron c ei.' hare iit a rt ed  iii to diift in search e(;/h'o.tiofJc. ebon net.  * hwiiKk crkkk!''y '.^  The..;Victoria;&'��������� >. find'' tlieirl cngine works  wo!L; *���������������*��������� 'tfi^^i^iopi'^cX/tlijii week hy  tlm breaking'of two cops^Yhe^Black Bull J  eo. jot itn steam on their,ejtgfne'this week  The Brown co. are, ma.k;qig* wages". ,J  MflHTMXO CRKKIC.,- /��������� js���������';  Very little' in ffoine onthis.wfnter. The  8������ m> t h; Wa]e*. eo.4 b ro rock in jr and get t iu ������. ve ry  good', pf������y. 'tmi cannot W5������rk.on the surface  theje not oeing enough water to run,.tbe wheel  arid wash. The Victoria eiri Vancouver crfm-'  fa-riles, hav* stopped ion occbiuit ������of\ *ea rcity  of water to 'run their minbinery.. :Tbe Van-  winkle co. Wr������ making good bead way 'witli  their drain/#K -':-'ff }ly& y^x ';" ''  Fin ������m, OaTiNK^ar���������Ca'p'ti TrsTOillnty who car  ried t ho-; elect Wn  documents-fo   and. from  *<>i������inVon.- orrivrd rheye ��������� on I Tim' rnday after a  Very >o.terev1rip. ;He had: his feetcfroEen on  ��������� the way ijown, n*id was obliged io stop at an  Indian .catnp : lor. son.) e������. time.   It ia probtihle  tl.n.t'h������ may yet lose one of biie toeo although  'be-- has/^.Covered Considerably.   There has"  i������ern great fettering amonfr-fhe traveners7Th~e  *e?ere: weal:her- hayingy overtaken many of  ;t ti riii nne.xp.ected \yii:: It!- has J>sen ascer ta i n ed  iia^itiyety that Robert Smith and the/two col-  ured  men .who.: were missing on their way  * down the river from Ship's boat, have perished ' from cold and hunger, their dead bodies  having been discovered.  Poor fellows! theirs  was a sad aiid  miserable end.   It is feared  also tbat they are not the only victims.   Mr  G. B. Wright; who left Omineca for Skeena  forks/an.*! *>������?������ otii������r^partiei7baVo not been  heard of. and much apxietyyia felt on their  account.    Young  Johnny   Hamilton,   who  drove down Mr Hamilton's cows, was ��������� frozen  pretty severely but is recovering, and will  not, it is supposed, sustain any permanent injur/.    Sylvester^ Fxpress ia  expected   at  Quesnelmonth this week.   The .news of the  discovery-of tbe threebodies was brought in  by Indians.   ���������    ���������     ���������.-������������������.      .' ' ������������������  LoTTKur for Books���������A lottery for n Inrjo  collection of valuable books is advertised.in  our columns.   The tickets are placed at the  low price, of. $1 each, and tli������ drawing will  take place at Hie Brewery Saloon, on Monday.  15th January, under the superintendence of  8 Mr Charlea Vatllaincour.: Among.tho prizes,  4; sixteen in number; are' Lingard's ITistory of  |  England^ 13 volumes, illustrated with peveral  I   beautiful ������tee|engravinersi; KcCahcys History  I   ot England, its Rulers, Clergy and Poor, be-  !    fore the Reformation, a very learned and rare  work, in three large volumes of 2268 pages;  AleGeoghegaag' standard History of Ireland  from tho earliest times, and conHnuedby John  Mitchell up to tho present;. Bancroft's celebrated History of the United States. 7 vols.;  P.p<8ech������s by tbe most celebrated Orators : six  volumes of Gerald Griffiniwork*, including  the ���������* Colleen Bawnt? and,other amusing Irish  Stories, Poems and Plays, Moor*.* Melodies;  ���������&c.,&c.- The books are all as good as new.  and some of them elegantly bound.   A de-  tailed list c,in b������ seen at the Brewery Saloon.  HOUSE OF COMMONS ELECTION.  Oft Wednesday, 20th December, pnrsnant  to notice issued by H. M. Ball. E.������q������ Return-  \nz Officer, the electors, of tho Cariboo Lli  looet District were required to attend at the  Court' House, Richfield, for the .purpose of  electing a member to represent ibe. j.������im dis  irict in the Canadian House of Commons.  .  Tbe attendance was not numerous it being  generally understood Unfl there was nut likely  to be a contest.  The Returning Officer having read bis com  mission and the writ of election, culled upon  the electors to nominate one or more  candi  dates,   '"'*  Mr Joseph Hunter, member elect for tiie  Legislative Assembly, proposed MvJ. Spencer  Thompson, and Mr John W. Stephenson  seconded llio nomination.  No other candidate having been proposed,  ihe Keuirning Officer declared Mr Thompson  iluly'eteeted as a member of the -llouse ot  Commons...      -\ ;;���������.  Mr Thompson briefly returned thsnk������...for  tbe tiom������r which' had been conferred on  him  He had..be said, as aell as most of those preit  eiii.:]l������aeft an advocate ol the C������in^ed*������rati������������nol  Ibiiisb Columbia wMi the Dominion of Canada  f iiitiv the beginning, and now that the union  had been so satisfactorily conxa in mated ,li������������  f������������lt  highly flattered at being-select**d hh tt**-  first memhejy to .represent the imp irtant ami  extensive united district of Oartt������o������i and Lil  loqel in Parliament.   The province w.������smm  ���������ibout Ao enter upon a new era. free from  itebi, With reduced expenditure and a liberal  ub������idy from Cahsda. aniNirighf. and pros  j>eroiis; days". miirht  be anticipated  in  the  f u t a re.   So fa r as t he mem be rs* e I hc ted to t Ji ���������������  House of. Co mtnons from the proviiice *ci������uid  u <e their influence, he trusted thai tb������������y won In  be, found';acting as^aijHrilt* in ndvocai|t^; om  Iocs I inierestK. in endeavoring to secjfti' im  'nrovwl. postal and telegraphic comniuuic ���������������  tion,.and in working sirenuoosly for the car  ryingoui with the least. p6i������itilo dA.<y of the  terms of union/inregu id to the rail Way,rbe  s rf.es lending a cheerful support to the presort!  Atin:8tf}Vwlio had done so much for thejiposj.  peiity <>r ������he  Dominion and���������,.l������roTerf[^|^^  ndras tIte- into liiends of" Bri ish. Cohfrmiai  I mpei iH mg t betr very exiatenee iii its beliSit  ������h \ ng bu t my earn *s t a nd good in te n i i o i is.  anil mydt-sire to pursue, the-public good  with a Single eye, knowing that the r������icaiios  ���������in which I am engaged is a high and noble  yocstion:and that every act (if diity manfully  duue,brtoga with itself jts own reward."  .;���������  MINING RECORDS.  COSKI.IX (IUIjCU.  Lorraine co.���������Dec. 9-Recorded in favor  *f K'twin Perkins, Jam's Burdick. Funny  Beu dixen each 1 ������0 fee t; a iol i h fay* i r��������� ��������� of  Neil McArthnr, Jume's Lin 1 say. and Morris  Prager. in trusi lor the company.: oicli 100  leet. being in al! six hill claims, commericini;  at Perkin**  bube line  TtiK StitrjvrtNfj Pautiks.���������Mr McUunae,  who was in charge of th������ North T)ioni'|)Ho;i  Vnrveving party.,has returned and gone to  Victoria. Uis win ter camp;'is li ica'tod at.Cranberry Luke, near Canoe River. 1. Mr .Milium  urn! party; who bare been survey in $ tho  Kagle .Pahs,'; are wintering at L-s Porte, on  Columbia .River.' Mi Trutch's Vp.������rty wern  at la-t Hccoanis at Hope. They '.bad levelled  to about four miles below on their way down  t������t ream .but were delained by smnv.   '  Thb Sknatk.��������� Dr. Carrall lis ring accept  , , the office of s Senator for British Columbia,  ���������km*   gulch snd  running up stream.\u������cAeftAiw 4\nt���������..     &   ....i'i:*  v- "'"  ��������� t ���������      ������t       ���������������������        .    .. .' j lias jeii. loi   uiutwa,    ,\   rioolic -dinner  wad  iiejouuiig Vaiiwiakleco.sbido line.        ��������� ,     i .������   , ;,    ���������     ; !      ������������������-   '  tendered the,honorable oentleman by a.number of the citizens of Victoria before Ms de.  partiire. but he declined to' accept' the proffered comptimen'. Tlie third hViiatorsliip lias  been offered-to Mr W.J, M icdoimtd, pre*eht  Mayor of Viefcoria, but at U*t accounts it h*������i  not been deflfiitely accepted by that gentle*  man.-   ���������'���������-:���������: '< ���������'- ���������'���������-��������������������������� ���������''���������'������������������  ���������*'���������::    ?' ���������'������������������'..!' --'���������-��������� ���������'  CHISIIOLX CRKKK.        :  Ben Nevis co.���������Dec I ������������������Recorded in favor  of IVm Joties, jMvid Willi una. John L.Muir.  Solomon Cad in :i a, William Guilts. ^ 5 creek  c'aiinv commencing at upper line ot Ben  Nsvis co., to be worked in conjunction with  and lurui part of Jiauie.  *    .LIOtlTMXG CnKKK.  Gem eo.~l)ee. 18-^Recorded Infivor of  WalleryUiijuharl, I inferesU1 rUo-reciird;  Xlyx-l'     ''"^ANWtNKLBCHKKic;-'  lfith December--Recorded itr f<vor ol  Jteob Holmes. Joseph Bell, John Holmes, 3  bill claims,on .West bank.? <  POLICK COURT.  CARIBOO    ELEXmON.-DECLARATION  - OF THE POLL.  After the conclusion of the proceedings at  the election for tbe House of Commons, the  Returning Officer, Mr Ball, announced that as  the returns of the vote for members of the  Legislative Assembly had been received from  all the polling places, and that the result was  as follows:  Mokuit; Doc. 18, 1871.  :..Three Chinsmen, named. Ah Yung. Ah  Kuiig. and Ali ������'. were ch.arired witli havim;  violently assaulted Tom and Char ley. two In  'Iians, at Van w ink 1 e, with axes and clu Hs".  ea������;h of the {udiaos having'had ati m'ia broken  iu the affray/ ,-��������� ;'' -:'   ���������     :  It appeared that the Indians bad got drunk  and went to the Chinamen's house, where  ; ii ey ra isei I a genera I ro w, ������ pse | ti ng the, tu r j  nil are and'assaulting the inmates. Tlie Ce {en-  d*l*.<not relishing such conduct, pitched into  ihe unfortunate Si washes.- one using "aii'-axe  and the other club*, the result being that the  intruders got severely handled,Ofidjuistaiio I  -,the serious injuries mentioned. : ���������"  ^Th.e -;, M ajtistrate.. consideri iig that ihe priN-  ���������fTriers h;.������t .used too vhilent means to eject th**  dis!iirfters of t heir. dothestic f ei lei ty, iiiifl ic trd  a fine, of fltty dollars, to be applied to tlie payment of Dr.. Dei Pa bill for professional services in setting the Indians' broken bones,  Fbkioiitixo.-tA . large number of freight  sleighs ate-fiow.engage^l bringing"merchandize from. Qiiesneimouth. The'road'having  vot well beaten, is now in very trood order,  there haying been, but little, snow,this month.  Teamsters complain .of the, bighL prices!,!ho  farmers sre demanding jetpgrain;' whisb; is  now sel ling ot Quest) el mouth for ;ten lijeilk  per pound.' ^herfarmersshould make money  this. yoar. if .the. teamster* do���������not.    :       ,\ .:; >  a  ������  a  o  TO  ��������� .             ���������  9i  4)  .  ������V  tb  JX  S  C  tt  . o  ���������������  es  ������  en-  -a  u  Richfield.  149  112  M  ������5  43  Van winkle.  55  27  6!9  16  M  Harvey Creek,  12  U  3  12  y    0  Keith ley   ���������*  1  2  9  1  0  Quesnel,  3  3  2  i  0  IVmi. Lnke,  4  1  0  4  0  Ominecu,  5  3  1  3.  0  229     167     155     122     107  He therefore, in accordance with low,..' d'o������  dared Messrs. George Ar Walkem, Joseph  Hiinter; and Cornelius Booth duly elected to  represent tbe district of Cariboo in the Legislative Assembly.  Mr Hunter, ihe only elected member present, in a few appropriate remarks returned  his thanks to the electors lor tho mark of confidence they had bestowed upon |iim. He  fait diffident, he said, at commencing his political career at a time when nearly every nation  was in a state of com not lull. France had  just been humiliated- through a gigantic war,  utid its capital had seen its proudest ornaments destroyed  by   civil   discord.  peace bad been declared two great WpetWHl^.candkla^H  had met in .secret conclave, but wbut was the1' G  result of their deliberations was unknown.  Russia wan quietly arming. Rome sa* tlie  tomopral power of the Pope.abolished and  her streets patrolled by tlie. Italian arwsv, in  t ie halls of Munich Do J linger had .ndoial his  voice against PapaJ iiifailiotlily. iritiiin woo  distuibed by iiome rule agitation in jroland  aud by tho conflict between Jabae'und capital.  It was impossible to say how this province  might be;ulfected by any of %\Irt events occurring in this era of change, but iu-legisla-  tors ha< i a most responsible duty  io perForni,  Fororkt and SuccKSsFUL "Pcnwrr.���������Acheck  for $lf������00 was recently presented at the office  of the Bank of British North America bearing  a forged endorsement, the party presenting it  having stolen it from the rightful owner in  Yale.   The amount was paid and the  thief  decamped across the Sound.   When tbe forgery was detected an extradition warrant was  obtained, and Mr Robert Burroll started to  hunt up the fugitive, whom he succeeded in  tracing and finally overtaking in Idaho territory.   As the warran t, won I d reqit ire to be  taken to the capital of the Territory before it  could be made available, involving consider-  able loss of time and expense, and the thief  wa������ willing to pay back the money,.Mr Burroll decid- d on accepting it, with an additional $300 for expen-ses, and returned to  Victoria.with the funds instead oi a prisoner.  Vat.tjabi.k Piiopkrtv KO.B Sa\m.~Mr Jerome  Harper offers fori sale the well know i Clinton ;  KlouHng and.Saw Mills, ashe wishes* to re-\  tire from���������' business.': This offers ^a splendid  opporl unify if or profihibls investment; as tho  amount of" land under erain:--crop* * in' i hi vt  vicinity, will doubtless before long be largely  increased.^' xvy  ���������������������������'.':��������� ���������<������������������ .h ������������������;;.y:t-  :';:?-' ���������?:-*��������������������������� ���������  .   - ' ....      -I?".- d >[y !,  Thk WKATHKa.^After the cold spoil In th*  end of Niivetnber the weath^rj^^wa^ed'tltt  the in idil le o f ��������� th is. inoWtji, liesyy[ iai h fa!t in g  on lit b.I^ast Saturday, however, snothif  spe!I 'of 'front oet in, which has continuedi.  pre11y steady for the- week, not quite as cotdp  ho we ver, lis ou the previous occasion.  Kootkxav/ Eiicrrrox. ��������� the ' ExpressiBSfi  from Root en ay reports that Mr Work had  started on his return trip with the election  returns, so that lie probably arrived in Vic?,  toria"Inst week. -It is supposed,that Mesars.  Tod and Mara have been elected. ���������*. . ,���������������������������������������������>:- -...  THK El.KCTIONS WIU TUB IIOUSK OF COHMONS  TitRouoH tub Podyiy.cK.���������Victoria City lias  elected Messrs. A.. DeCosmns and Henry  Nathan.jr..jmrnhfivt of the tlouse of Com-  hions without opposition. For Vancouver  District, '.Messrs. Robert AVailace and John  JesKHp'have heen:nominated, the poll to take  place. at N'anaima and other jptaces through-  out tlie island on (ith December. Both parties  express confliloh.ee. of success. For New  VrWtir.inster we s to be held on 7tb December.  Sioce.j M������s?,rs. Hugh kelson and John T.Scott being  We have seen no notice of  the riity appointed for nomination for the  YaleKooteioiy District, but Capt.*IIouir.hton  if ill probably be returned wil hunt opposition.  Wr have received no flies of Victoria".  papers by-Express as formerly; Viit'promimo'  they arc coming by 'mailj which may"bo  looked for to-night dr'to-niorrow.  ;'������������������  Florkncb.:Wi"lson;s B������N*BFtT.���������Do not.for*  get tbat Florence Wilson's benefit; comes oft*  to-night. J>t every one secure ssats In timef  and have the house, well filled....  The Amateur Ball on 28th inst. will, it" is  oxoected, be one of the most pleasant re-  unions which has htWi place* ������mbw fm  n ,.        .   ,-   . .   --r -   ^Iooftim^������4)d we hope ho weJIattended    , ������6 wo'/������ c(mcl������de witn thn words recently, ss Ihoir suffrages bs re; coot  tl  ,    ^   .. ,wi>fMwmw,   t������y*mUtyQMtiQoe;~*<Um pTm'm 0o-lM������rly one fciuidrri Wloweoclu  Expkxstvk Votks-.���������In the Omineca polling  division forty-seven voters were registered  but owing to the absurd lime when the pel-  was held nearly all of i be>e had left and only  seven votes were given. These seven voter*  i mar consider thentae'i* es of gre*t importance,  tbe province  BAityAnn's Expaksb arrived on Thursday^'  at one o'clock, and will leave for below oa ���������  Monday morn:ng.;    ������:>'.^"  f-yy  ' Chktstmas Chbbk.��������� b. Kurtz will hays hoi 1H  Tom and Jerry on Christmas Eve and Christf  mas pay. '   .  Thb Rur-ROAD St oft������  (nearly opposite- the Government Aa*������y  Office, Bark������r.vilie)f���������This store has been  opened by Mr C. A. Nolfemeier iii connection  With his store, iti' Victom, with ���������. the Urgesft  and bestrtssortmeni of boots and shoes ever  brought to Cariboo. : He has-introduced a.  noveitv iu ihe form of warm Winter Boots.  for both ladies and gent lemon. Leather and.  Shoe: Findings "wnd Groceries are a lie kepi:  on hand,. Boots made to order, from beat  materials, for $15 per. yslr, Kopairteg oe^tf  PASSENGERS.  Bv Bsmard's Express, arrived Deo. ?lsi���������  Mr G. A. Sargison. lr������������������t Yale to iUrkorviH* J.  Mr McKinlay, from Alexandrja ^.QWJJTK  ���������oonsbi  Mr fi. Kops", C.tpt. Travaitlot, SSUig  Sin*, frflia Qpos������el������oa* to Bwfkomlio-  ,t    '  y  y.  i.'fci  y- ���������7y ry  ; ii  ::--" - Iff ii'  xy mm ���������  /������������������'   ;|i|I|^|:;;  , ������ iA^ii^������������������-���������������������������   ���������>  ���������\.:.:. .-..vij'fljtttf-���������:'.;���������. .  ��������� -.;���������������������������������������������.���������.������������������;,' r.i-.'.svv?' .-  ....-'.    . ilXiy '���������-'������������������'���������  - y������fe\ ���������  r-vijlll^'  ;      r.?fyv;      -  -     ilKgl   ���������  ���������y7-.-<W#l   -'���������  ���������;���������������������������   ' vfe*!.*!  '        '1181.7.  *������������������*.������������������ -r-mhik   ������������������  i ���������    ���������  ���������.JKfr-i-J--.  .,(     ���������  .-��������� / ���������'���������-���������'"rivvy--.;" ���������'  ��������� y*'::  ���������   V    ���������:    ���������  -,; ���������-���������'������������������,-'     o>i"r',ii77   .  ������������������. .7- xyy  ' :��������� ^ijw-v-.  -���������;',-  .   -fey . :  ��������� ��������� ' ffiiM    "'  y- ���������   ifyyi  7- j '  ���������  ABOtJ^OLD^HERQES  .*- *''TKef j^oeat-of: the Philadelphia Dispaccb is  r������rtrageil-orer some specimens clipped, frqmja  f<* Book of Biography" prepared by^ a person;  '���������named :"?6rn# for the piiblicichools of Cm-  *'btnriati; He declares thafc if, the' rpfnd of  v ybulh is: to be perverted and poisoned; iri th is  < remorseless1 mariner,Without interference on  * tbepart of the auttiorilieiij republicanism is a  ^failure, and we might as well advertise for a  ^capaSle^and tionest deapoti> with" ah iron heel  of tyranny 6n>his bbbte, at once^   Here are  is constructed;; this link is Its natural' completion, and would make St. John Newfoundland^  its- eastern terrainiiis^ vAlline/of; steamers from  a portjn Brjtish Columbla to China and Japan,  and another line to Aiiatralf'a; would 'atij>ply  channels by which the commerce of Asia and  Australasia; would reach; Europe across Newfoundland;"       n"~ "     .'.  , : :��������� ;jP^BS^^8T^^ERC-te??  ':��������� some specimens  X*  " when he nasse<! the Rubicon. ��������� He held a arood  1 hSna^a'nd 'I told him ��������� he lind better of der it  "ii^f'biiir hepassed, '"The-result; is-well known  ^heipst the game, yyx"!!"! I \. A /.���������! !������������������' -:.,',���������. ���������;!���������:.:! ���������'���������  .-���������;?������������������������*���������  w������  >;,l;  :���������'. ,.. ;M:iJ; ,:  7   --.figOi ���������-.'��������� .-������������������  r:;-\-.v-������sv ���������'.���������: "  '���������   p'^l  yd1..  V'ft- " ALKXAXP^R^re&; GREAT7,';^: -..'. [iv.  ?and^ myself were schooji^mntes# ' We twerp  iliMugli11iup-jiiitje %c))$p\\;g\i Is tbgrether^Irile:  #wse^i,(o itmi^e, jii nisei fix remember,^ smash-  in<r itp all the globes there was injscbbol^andf  then sit dlfmn^aTfi^^ was no^  v ithprcft; Worlds h Web n q u er. ^1 ii ap peneji ^o be  vwitbQhlw ^fiea^ie  n others hadltrjed?ingrain to^do^ ifc;'\ y  --77  r/fp ���������;���������;������������������'  "^ouiNiSu^  ���������l^f  xMm>!x .  ���������  lyy  ;  sM&yy  ������������������    -���������$-i",)kzp-:i ��������� ������������������  .  :���������;. y-  ... .   ���������';&,  y  '.-!  .-.y.yy  y  'XX4  $ y s f  <X y  ���������,'JS.-,ilir.iV..'fc   .  i 2 "������;?7  . ������������������-:.i.:j,.-.'iirij[.,?:(i  -f/i;  ' S -  ���������: kii '  ��������� yllyMy!  ... 4.. I  i .-���������  1 -%*$  ..,.fyy  . xyt ���������  I i   .  xv-rx  U y ���������  ,-rv. ii,.l ; I ���������  ���������i?ii  ������������������������7-'  :ys:!'K':!'  , .;y-',"';.  ���������: 5;- ���������" r  ���������  ��������� ���������.������������������:;']/��������� jfe<;  :-.f::; -.7  ;^|ifr  ^as a mfld,^ west-disposition^  Irigjjr thoughtful boy, a^ rremember''liim at;  , Wchooi.������ Wb'en's we w^ffe bpVs ^ujl-playihgi he  -would flit still and weepi for h'ouVs; over' the1  incompleteness of[ Hbe'maps of the'period.  ���������: He felt as tbonKb ^6tnethin^5lwas!wtfnted!  'He.ywasnife ^satisfied ;with: ibree:t(uarters of a  globe, tstibh-as' was em ployed "Iff thet schools  at tbai^ime.^ Heipin*  1 I;5recpjl^c.tf;p^;his$'pr?rpw^  three o ccasio na J He.nsid to tell uh sthere was  tt continent ont somewhere; andHhatiwhenlhe  Sfpt ibig^enpiigh'rhe meant to run away from  ' iioi^gQipaJ the.canal j amis discover) it; *bufc  we only' laughed at him, littieiJhihkingiieH  --'would give Sis name to the State capital,of  ���������t!i'y7 ,^yy,i7 ;**:'���������! ���������j.'^'f; i? v.* *��������������������������� ���������'syy -;������������������'    v ������������������ ������  ���������Ohio.   I lost all traces of Ghristophjer.^ until  '."^earsfafterwardrwhen the:j;jelegraph;oijp.n'ah.t'  > ^ the- an ho ii"h cem eii fc of his,: Havin'g Vd iscoyered  Anierica.'wl)ieb,:up ;tp that .tirne^had siiccess-;  v ymll^'e^uded^l^  ^estxllscoTefers:" , ....   \    ,    ,,,,^  Shout RprjTB jo AMBBtcis^AHoAmerican  ,vifapiFsays��������� W^. -The is! and ���������' ot Newtoun d Iand  S as 'caught the rail road! fever* ��������� an d has * ad-  ra^ce'd ^aorllflsa^blcfc if 'carried 'biit, will  *hort^ 4stilf - more Jthe "Vbyaire between th^  ������bbrilinien(sV^*ft is propoaM to sp^nstriicVa line,'j  of railway fromiSt: John acHiks^lie'isisnd'lo  : St; iGeorge^Bsyr a distance ;of 158 miles.���������  '^a|8e;^^ of landing  ' 4t;Halifax, would JeaTre,at(St-Johny cross the  y isjand]by tail^and?take a steam ferry for the  ^���������i^estera:; port^f^W of  yClialeni^ wh^  poloniai RmiwayV whichi when, com p lei ed,  ;/'!irtil.;Cb^ of rail-  r^adsfet^rbii^^sl-.tbe^UnifedfSfates and the  ; :90iinihi6n������f T-b js^ou^ snorte}?t  and safest row te for passengers an d' mails! be-  tween Europe and- America.   Thec,dangers  Arising frbmfogs; currents^ and iree^yalong  ���������ftbe:: thousand' miles ipf American ceast, on  which so many vessels meet tbeir doom;  would be avoided.. After a run of four or  five. da^s passengers would land at SMobn,  step into a railway carriage, and enjoy the  pleasing'of being whisked across Newfoundland in eight hours ; and., in 24 hours, would  find thernselyes at Shippegab, whence a branch  of tbe Intercolonial Railway-would forward  them to any part of the States or Canada in a  few hours.   The distinguished engineer, Mr  Sandford Fleming, has been the first to suggest this route and to stamp B with his high  approval.   Be is of the opinion that it would  proye a remimeratiyeundertaking,and would  attract to It a large portion of the passenger  traffic and mail matter now passing between  the two continents.   The near future, he considers, will Fee ifc oarried put; and-be .believes  that a daily line of steamers across the ocean  would find ample employment.   Mails aud  passengers from London would reach New,  York in seven 'days by this route, Chicago in,  oigki days, ani San Fr&ieisco (via Chicago)'  ! SrEOB OPBRATTO?������5; IJf vt^b ^ FoT&RR.^The  Monitetir, Uni versal" l)ubl ishes the fol low ing  extract1 of a letter; wntten,' from, Bonn :by ja  German officer:~'������ The French, reproach ns  ,Ger in a n sAp r ihe insi d ipu s m e t hod s wejemp 1 oy  jn ��������� they attack \ ofA fortified ;-f.pl ace^'i1 *': Tliey stil j  cling to!old IradftibiisYaceOrding;tOT:whichMt  is rigo roil si y necessary- to effec t a. b reach to  6 b tainyin; en Iran ce \ into; a ���������/ besiegeli: to wri.  Consequently Atiey fin don rv me fchods;of invest..  ing^and ���������epmpel)ing a "towhyp, siirrerider by  tf*% ferrp r jyf:'.n bom bar d men f very. strange*  But; What will they sayywlieni. the -new system;  of siegesiy n 6 w;i^ n n d er, ^:ppnsi deration, .comes'  .inlo .operation���������^hen tbeyTse,e,a������iarge town;  wilhjts iahahitants -and its defend ers; i ts for-v  tifleations an (1| ts, ho uses, al I ,d estroy ed by th e'  ne wjy. in vented system of , mi ni ng.: I he- po wer  pf^hicbis^pclithat nothing .can withstand!  the besiegers;?: Of ^course' wershal 1 "be accused of barbarity -but in tbaHhey will, be  as wrong as all former .charges of "the kind  have been.    Is ifcrnotlevident that such  methodswiHr^nder sieges inflmfely less fre-  qiient, andjcooseqiienily ..they-4will; dimimsh  \r] podshed ty -^ft)*would Jbe; to misuhdentenr]  the sagaoily:and tliocbamcter;p:f nur naiipn  to:think.otherwise,'and amorfe,:the dmmense^  results of our method of wagingjwar itimay  be ;assertedftha^ou real ciliated Vigor Is^greatly.  to?the advantage" ��������� bf * biimanity��������� as it is notp-  rifms/and^ba?  blpoilsh|d, ^d imin js|es I i n^prppo rlipn, Mas,r-ibfe  science of-war is brought ito. perfection^, ^f'  yA;^f AN������3K Booi)ofR,#An American pap%  states that a lady of ^the'Hon.'James^rbbksj  par ty" in Mpa n * f o o kieel' | n to "ri !Jtfapa nese^ji p^:  doir, and ihisjs, l\ev 0yenipryy^\lApfa or  no fu rnij.ut^,no Jchairs, no feeds tead-^no thing,  but mats to sleep :oni "AJ toilet bor wasH>n  ^thefloor^n ear the! walkabout the only Article  [of furniture in! tlie room.   In this box there  I were'fire drawers .and two lacqner.basins.on  itdp. * In the top drawer bt this box there was  ;a;metallic mirror, 3ike;^bur handglasses,;;;In  tjie^sccond^ drawer )hoJady kept her powder,  paint, wax, tn;ush, topthppwder, and brushy  Two!ittle drawers came next..;. in one she had/  her false, hair, and in the other fancy pins.  gilt paper, and other.! fixlns? for the hair. In,  tfie'lower drawer ;wss her; pillow, whicb^is:  placedy' nader the neck when sleeping on the  m ats? so as j: to preye h it th e vh ai r f ro rn. b ei.bg  riimpie"d.' It is made of wood and covered I  Vrith paper :oh? the toVv Th^poWer looks  lika.starchv and when.they use ifrfchey^mix^a1  litile waiter'with; iii and nibjn like paste, and  tb *y. h are t wo bv\ \ s h ea; j hut they; u se ��������� tp: rub J t  off witlh; 'The' painb; 1 poks .green and turns  red when putph the "lips and eheeks."y ;, t  y ^MlSC^fi^l^us;^  MAKE:;t&BvBEST ;TmBlrv "���������  yy diiive TRteliKST stock:  ,':���������:���������    USB THE BEST COACHteS^  .CARKY TXlKyAiOSTPASSENG^I&F  ,���������;:,:.,: L0r.?aE LARGI2ST{BUSINJLSSi :y   W:A^^i^  \r<v.  T*'''i.  .-}:*& REMEMBER THIST^; :  ��������� x^x^yi. ixxmx yIxyyr4-y]x-'*--xfi:'7  ^ai?l^e!,f?m; 1*35^1 he iiBAST^INE^sfcVE  FROM, sm KL\JJS. TQ^ T MENTW ^DOBL AAtS  fe;tiot^ lpiteringf another Jioes-dbrPn this  The FLOft ENCE isiiie best Sewing  ,, Madhino ffpr Tarnily use, ,becaus������, It  so seldom gets out of ord er.. If thon  is on a n ot wo rki n g well in  :  R fcXdFORrVlA; l /!'���������"'.''- ^:   J  ::C:V,:pREG&NJ&S  ^s'VYA^NGTG'ri  ir*;t.Sf.- -j.vv-'*- ������������������  " * ���������-  <yy.  t,-���������Xs'- v <, Will .leavebarkerville *  ,ij."..f.-i:  XwTitiMXl-Z't.l'.UM't.'-i  fQEROm  !'^->y >yj-.yv  ������NCESpnVT'TO  jress aiiel Stage������,liin:e  UETTSRS-irnKASURE; VAIXfABLE^   ' /  kxwi k?s *rk idp ��������� jk^b tassengerI  ?������&T , R,]3I)UCJ3:Dv..RA TES.  i U������^^^WwWy  -  '"^JA'PAN,    ' '"' ^ ^ ^  <Otrm I NA; if ^Infbrmelf :^ ttrT will  fix? It' withoiit'in/"'iiptint*'to^tfil  ���������owner. ������������������ :���������-.  ��������� >>s .-.������������������.?   v',.    y���������" =,  ,"yy;yTiy^^t jhlt'*.^':*?-.'������* '>"!;T . fkr ^;  ���������I'.' ;-;.������y;( ''. ���������'T.yyvF.'' ^';'s7^v  l������Pf ^������!Ipctjbii^i Conj.iiispipn-s'ant������General Exprcs  toii^lii^s ���������i\pn.^fwiVii!pii7ic������:,tmiiiy;(vnrV ^i^]>^(ci������.      V  :   >85ir Ofliccot iiie?C;iii'56p A^ncvPt ;   .^s,^.ut -���������>���������  ^y;i| ?s yi'..; ^'^JDAlVIO^KiytTZ^ STOKE/ \!  h aj>20'- ������������������ "_.ti.,u,������������������'t ���������!-���������;U'C  J������: > .Burkerrillev.  :-.-Yit'  :-?';>?  0;l  'Sender Circulars' ahd>������ample8'6f  theyworkA ^ctive* Agents wanted in  1eve'ry?plac������Ky ������{,^" l^  y\ Ih  ���������;U'VH'  ?elOGm  :���������!:��������� '?*  / '   ,","'   Victoria. li.C.  i'.fv  ������<^:t  T HAVG-nccn irqursicu ^vVer������r!'lr?sprcV.ibie pnr-    -X   X i   M < -   j.;C^,u,jriUy!U ;    -   ;      - :,*���������.     .,  bria^tbr  ,    OUR   ENVELOPES    ;  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  12 1-2 Cents each., or $10  for 100;  .Our Agents at way places use all diligence la seelnt  thAt letters are promptly forwarded to points boronJ  tfa������.r������fular*������agrywit������h y     ,      ;  fidS Ap  j  ���������^ffePJtEVKNT"Blt/UNl^K ��������� ;-'-.���������.- ���������'������������������"'''   -  i- ', KErTO'lK HA1 Rt rt AT JS.B ECOM I'Nff'tffl N.     '  OR FAdliiXG O'fP,-Ptji1. em-GLHitMv ���������  i:     \       ^OUKg'SCfJRP OB pANuJlGFF.  :: Tli Is i s not n ni cr e n ������so r&lon oil "*n y )>a r l. p s E have  [ n iny poises? I ori lin'rii onm ^ve^bj .nOHm is c or ti i y uig to  tlie'sui'CV??^' ������rty nriiKH-y,!^ : " Jy .  " I'Uo.iiot drcoiii'stjpr.'tojHTi-lKi 11 en u inMce tite hi i r  j^rovv on Iic.uiswlncli tiaiye:b.ow>'.jiaif- 'i.os--y*',1ii'.<1:; Uiu,  1Vw|l 1 \*������."������'��������������� illee to;; stop t;i������c|bi\ty\ii'rpiil filli%j>Wi**P  ��������� I'ntrb.' so i is' gro w i U, a n d o II oc Ih * \ I v r<:mo,ve. ^ci i ri or  .!'y   ." ' C'". '������������������'������������������ -    ��������� X:":' ��������� ..i5.0'it;crv)iJe,B:c.;''*  i'-:;-,: -'���������, ,.:','. -. Jdertifigate,; ��������� ���������_���������'.:,���������'���������:. .^,,77^,^7;  . Thlsis tpcortiJv^imt (lt\i*lug last, spring?ray hair  was ru'pidiy falhug-out and my haul \v������^!������st.hecomM  jri������'iiiiju; \vben I applied to Mr W,' p MOSE^Barliof-:  Barkervlllo, who in a lew weeks restored my h������ ir to  its former - health r,siatb ������ s'-l':'-. DAVID GIBBONS  Barkerville fie'e. 29.1S.fifi. . .eflSls-v  ..���������; beoIju;c.<':i>y .Connoisseurji. Ito be....  '- Caution; against Kraud.-rTi*,V, s ucccsr or, tht*  initkt'������������������ iteli5io.il*p ami ��������� iijirlvii U\iii. CondTment: having  cause, d cor Ut i n d eitle rs to app 1 y. th e liutii e. p i' * \Vo rces ���������  tors li ire & i lice" to their own \ n teriitr c/!p:pou ti < lV, tli a  p u Ij 1 i c '���������' \ s- li t-'reby iii i'orhi ^U' t ha t th t on j y' wiiy 1,0 ]  pro*  SAUCE  TICTOKTirB.O,  MANUFACTURE STEAM ENGINES ASD BOILERS,  either,High or Low Prcssnre4 ���������  cure the genuine, iu���������;to ���������  and t o se a: t hat :X be i r < n a in o* .a re upon, t he wii a^pkb  tABKLS,8T0PPKHJandB0TTI.E," :: '  ��������� Some ol the foreign marketshaving Ivoepsnpjilfcd  with aspurioub Worcestersliir;��������� JSaucc.upon ihe wrap,  pe r a n tl I a b el s n 1 w li i ch th e n ������ta ������������ ol IMi u nd Perri n i  bay e. been. J'orge'cl,,h. fi nd. ,P. gi v r,.noil cr.t ba I .they  have f u hi i s ii e cl t lie I f cor re s po ntle h in w 10 i power **f  n'ttorney to- tnkc in&tan I proceed In ps aga Insil -:manu������  fa gtu k krs a n d V H������no b ������ o I s u ch, r or a uy ot he rl mi is*  Uofitffoy which theiirign'i may he infringed;'".' '  Ask for LEA & PERRI NS'-''Sauce and see?  Name oh, "WTrapper, Labelt Sottle, and  yStopper. ,,'��������� .   ���������  Wholcsnlo' anil for export by tbe Proprietor?, Worcester; Crosse and Black well, London ,&c., &c.; a������4  by Grocers and Oilmen universally^  9  BARKERVILLE,  \T  ��������� xf.  1  I STORAGE.  Groceries, Provisions and  Liquors,  D E*I> 0 T     FOR  Grist, Quartz and Saw Mills, and in fact nnvthing  connecled with tho Machine business. Iron and  B rciss Castings o f a 11 d escri ptious, On hand a n d I or  sale, a lurgo assortment .of Sueet, Bnrand other Iron  Boiler Bolts, Jack Screws, Brass Cocks, Globe Valves'  Cemetery Railings oi dlflereht Patlorns, Car Wife's  Willi Iron jukI Stool Axlep, Steam Pipe Fittings &c  Al 1 ord e rs prom ptly a 11 eu ded to.   Terms Cash * a t  onr Works in Victoria.  .myIS        '     -   SPRATT&JRvlNQ,Proprietors.  a. aiLMdnE~^~  Miners' Provision Store,  BARKERTILLB.       :  A  T THIS STOKE WIU ALWAY& B& FOUND A  .we 11-selected atoek of the  GOVERNMENT STREET,' VICTORIA, Y.I.  AS ON HAND, AND IS CONSTANTLY receiving, n  ] :> r% e oSKortin en t of CLOTHS,' CA SSI il K It ES  and VfOSTtNGS, which he is? prepared lo niake to  ord.cr in the most nop roved, sty Ies.  v   ' ..���������        ��������� '  ���������������������������j&gr* Parties on   William  Creek enn  have their  nafiasnros taken by Mr MoQiilnio j. Barkerv,ilI������>���������:  fiQjr 4J1 order* from Coribso |>reixiptl/: attended to  ^^S-!!S   *i  Freshest  Grroceries   and  Provisions in Cariboo.  BEST JAVA COFFEE  Roasted and Ground daily.  Where, a good assortment of Goods will always ea  loinidr ���������.-,.  ' I trust by strict attention tl> business and fair and  squnro dealing to merit a coaUnnancs. el( ike lib������nrf  p������tre������ag9'k4r*t*ftw *&n&M ts ������e.' M H  ���������""'��������� X'Wf %$f'*y "x-yy^f^^Mxy^  SS:   rn,-  yl  -":y  7!  7;?/7

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