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 ''a������5,;,%V 3 V /-'T ?  yy# I Pub^fes-d* e^ry Saturday' tiyy  HO L LOW AY,  Sabscript&n-w,*-,;.-*- SOGeats: perWeek.  ** vn j- *{y^   ���������  ..   jt.������?  7 ��������� lUM-v *.  &vj vj-ii .fcATfBS'flF A1WKKCTSING.  "7? si  Bf������&Q^^  cent, adv^orera from faitd after the7. i8t'l;da:yj!afid^^inli ^ff^ta^ak'o^  For** 6 eqaar e froo l n <ft),'flrst1 nsertioBL,  &' .\7 .������   "onemonth,   -  fft-.  5  For two squares,"feftti^iirtfai^^^^ViA ���������������������������- % *r  Tfr|  Ageats for t1h% r^CaHlw"Seixtiiel.,������*  '.'���������.��������� -���������������������������'yf-p ���������;���������'���������'"���������':���������.'���������'J T:^'*7!''yyA'.y'' "��������� :"''",.yi?'  : Yan^n^^rf,?|'^v- tyhuW^r ;?r-!i'������-t AaD.iMcfiJn'fflC  Q������ef5nelm������uth^'...������/,;..-���������...'-,; = ,���������**.    BaT^arftfsEx^ross  ���������*#$:fS^^V. * ;', J. j -;'���������. p/l^y' -..,,-";. Batfpar.o? s;B^t<*8r  <^^t*m?;!'y.v:/-VV "t*Vy" PP��������� ^^-j^ajrnard'e-EspresB  ���������T^IeV'V y.v ���������!.t���������*>;,*y'-u.y^'y^.V'^V, ^^..j'loy ^:  Kgw" West rota stcr, v ���������; A/yVfl--!. A, </ohn Muirsy ? ?���������..  Vtiptfirfa.;.^ v * ���������-. '���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� s: ',..���������*' V*', ! ��������� '->' Mr ^^l^tor.  %y rSan .Fra������R*.i'Pcn  Snn Friwc.ipeo  *30 .Coiialiili,,London^&C.  next* xyu  I ; Robert^iiAm^^awrpr ef^ Pi^S;,kCo.3  ��������� W.^,^1it;;^������tJwoo)noe the Staged 3$r  i Re was;a:, native��������� efrWfcles. ct ������ s<���������?~;* fiA ������������������' *?*"? ?*&"  ' ������������������'''..���������     "t f   ' "'������������������������-��������� ���������-���������".������*��������� <������ .,'...1 . . 3,  I   Chart** S. SmIthV������ecpn(5 mate of the isch'iV  Lovett Peacocfe, was lost overbnarfl from -that  igrouudV gave the fire a, t^reat^ercentage. a*  iirtj^  iffifiiiei^tfKfcf^ jo th^ "few ($&%!& ^^  o'iiposile slrle of F-fitft"atfehfc ! OopflsJ ^'^1*  pive. and every thin gf w OVafele .'w?m;. moved,  for "several ^IocKr isi the dlmtWn ijhe ftre,.wap  ��������� taking,'o^t it^aSottt ^alr^a^' ti/^^itd5  ivmel on herlast .voyage from^aniEraticiRbo. )fie^So^^ *aln ^^.tn^wj^J^e  I ^IcIdrfe^ani^On Wedne*Ja������ $e^ ^  Ia������t aSfewr o^^c^^  Wltn^^^eol^rell^R. The earths SS^]H&^  kppearecnilutr^ated w!������i ^  L ���������'xIxl--'----- ������������������1':i ���������-:'-.*i.]-'*. ='*���������:������������������.���������- ,, *U.X ^ 7-v -flames hud tu^eieraeut'h'eyona control, aud  tot someyRecfmifl, .It; graduitlIv rl\*(t awav i^yi ?;::,':;.y, yy;^-i'-- ^^-y \mm xryy  > ���������i"^*1fi'it)������ /i'^y" *t *������y -;��������������� 'r from~tfaese;cUlfl8 engines and firemen, wen toy  a*ud4aficended1he heflvens. At tho .time..���������or r. ^y^^.^^: ?\^y'(^i> ti ^i,^-'u^v>i^n*^i./t  L- sfyroi^y. t ��������� ^ ������������������ ���������, ji.^y.y^ rdiiroad Tor the scpue ei conn aerarmtiv; S^v-  rte^npeafiinee,-wl!teh*'*wa������^v������r,f~,sndden. the --\ ,-.y^>M XyX^yy^d^uAJi^^:*tf;^(n..dtti,!H;  1 ���������"'��������������������������� L'-^y '*.���������"������������������.jsk:--<"������i&-s-i^p*>.���������'**������* j. LJ t, era! fireman were senoufliyimured oyjiheex  mostminute iobjects ^^(Tf-^d^STtfl'^wrtnotly- -/    j 7_;,  ���������r.\J"Frt fa;,v!*,;-Tjk'': v''-TTwirrmv  THK OARTBOO-SENTINEI45 ���������: ^ \  0FF1CE.  '��������� .\- '    ���������''.'vK'.V '-���������','"'!���������;'���������'��������� 'ii'tjn-! >f'V-"������i';  ,*"��������� i-. .���������'���������������!*';.'" - ' y ���������'���������  C?arflf������ ^ HI renin r*.' l*ost^Vfl a-Hrl ProiCTammes f or  .Bsijlfi jftrtd; T^e^tncal ;En t^rjfeinmeuis py'y  ^^^Rxecuted with ueatuf *s?ahddlspatch^^f  igan. i  ' PaBWB-  ie Stages H  trictwSIl B  mode of Wm  Wedhes-  1\return H  set-with 9  xy- ������������������������������������;> , flTO^^l^.^;^  On^neTmonth.. Jan.fi 16-wHoraea?l crossed  ���������QuVquoI' rrver on. the i<^' to-day.   Tenders for  r^nnrrn < te* f^ot.'rouwood hridsr������ are calledr for;  T1i������y'"ar#'tio,SeVo^ liib.l Weather  veryiehanfteable. y - :j-** '���������������������������>'?'  CLlNTOfc  HI In ton. r.Tsri.; fi.^r A: iiuan :n am ed" Na th ah:  "Weinnef al 1 a������ Bf^marlc, who has heen living:  TiprjBifnr some .tins* .fix!nor  wafrehev which,  with v^rv few excepMona,refused toVitn after  leaving his hands, and some of.Hh'em whfen'  frrven-np neln^ minus the works, has h^enar  r������ated ^hn '*������ HchJirire| ofeftauili He*na������?.'alfio^  "been friiilty"of wuu meroiia petty swi hd 1 eai Bis  mark's chanees|for a^lon^^rm^i)f ji^*nptison-  ment.if all the eharfes are prosecuted, are  very j?pod*'; 4 The ^weather cob tin ties: mild.���������  Stock not Buffering., ��������� ������  ������ r>  niRhihjr wirid momentarily sweeping over the  me* of tbe earth*.rU*** m^s t^w^i  [ One r of the greatest gales which has. ever  .vinted these;Waters I'Ewas "jDlSwtnff^-Sh'" the  Sound during Wednesday.last;,/*���������',���������< U'-������"^i*''  r Atlarpte-Catiadian and 'English mail came  te hand veste*dav;v-yy T:yxc^fx^r->^?'r  ; | A pattyhaved iscovefed irol fl an d d i amonds  rn the Gspeades,,hearthe������Da1lei^^(1fesfon.���������  They ^ot about 5() oz! of fine gold aud several  jit Ta renn>tP-������$^^^  been formedat^^  Tji large quantifies from Coosi Bay,;California,  A1 me; ef steamers; Jwill^ .be- placed v pni it he  ilonte.'   ��������� y - *y ^ vy ^ y ^ - ���������-���������---���������-" -  1 The s|esrme*RCa!i^  yesterdav from Portland.  The Pnjret, "iiSoiin oV CompaWvV-? teie^raph  ll^ie. wb������ch Is Uniting'with We Western Unioo  Irn^.vnll hefinTsh-eM;about tlie6el^0tifCrtils  month. Three mllea-of cable |Ve required to  span the waters of the Sound- Bv the steamer  ' * ' ���������. i     fl" '"1'- "      . ' ������f iT Vi\  of the, *20ihr-the';:cahle-: will! arrive ^h^royfrom"  ,Sah Fran cisco.  [The eldest son ptMr .James J?ellpot tbif city  met with a sad accMent while duck shooting  on the aft^rnoom mf New Yehr^s *?iav. He  firmed at a flock, when the ?un ftx,nloded,.ahat  terihg his left, hau'd'and wrist.J the'gun was  fifemeri ;were inj\ire^by. the,falliw$.ofri.'"w^jl  of'th^&art^r'tiuildintr'.: 'There WM'.not.snf5^  ciiprit waterforso jrreat a vfire, thercinterns  ilViiig*. o\it 'h������rore the ..:;eri������tuea had - workeH  twH1 * WonW1;- Thp.'totaT-l osseaf are estimated ������*t'  not;les84 than' half a mill ion ^ollaVsi^ ^^f!^  I v Ayi. \ \<^rrkrv^^o ������w^FocnTti-?iCO|5n"������������������ -::"'������ ' ',J4  iSIeolipIpS^sop  ;ll;   I**!)4  f:������Ji .f-fji.  theiitt^dfe  aiidxo^li^o;  and? IPrade^s tne^adk?  ���������1'1'jl";Wiar-iJ^'/JT: ���������-.63^;{i*'-SFl ',5<lj.;-is.?fK-'.V'JlJj'isS  fVjaiitages^oia^JSpiete  iif:  i:-Ja.-.st,6irri  ii'.-ffex's  %:v;i^4'iY  BdrdtHf  W  '^.-h-  ..^ftfs. ei^an.]j^ ;j^*sryot*.i'  Rhjj to'inform their nrlcnds -and the pub If rt hat that  have taken the well known"pr^rtil^s In BarkervlUe  so longffavo.rahiy patronised.'wbU^tn tho b^tSttpaUonj  ofl Mr N,'Cuuib.- ''':.'.".��������� " y"vp ���������/"!���������'���������', . ,y   P:^.s-  The' Gelebrated -^XX*- Me  '"gfii^S-e*^ ������l :b������i2/^t>fi ^vsd.,fefifti^x?4i^oii^.^r  i.ti'.ii  :i-"*rO  Vi?ff  tfl-T  SfiJ."  ���������\m  d:^  a i f>  Freight     ^"  mission b  &CO.  vil    i  .eirlJMUls,  ITNING  thej[wii  SIB  -  Tif Mop,, .Tft������, Ty-B,arnai|l 'h e^pTess^witb 'jfetf  fliaitrfrom1 beiow^ arrived here last 'nia:ht Vt?  H o'clock. TJie road above here .beinie well  broken, it will probably make the usual drives  to Cariboo, The Nicola mall has not yefcaN  rived. It is now Ave daysMhM.time. JMs  supposed the freat depth :of.s*nowyand unbroken trail b: h ave paused tbe d el ay, Weather  tileaf and fine ; snow about 8 inches deep;.  VICTORIA,      ������  Victoria, Dec. 31���������On Sunday morninsrirat  10 o'clock, a sharp shock of earthquake shook  the town of Olympia and scared the good  eitize.ns who were preparing for ohurcth The  *hock lasted nveaeCondfl. j  Ceorge Seety lost -2S valuable bbraes on  Sunday last from'distemper, but there is: no  Teasoa to believe tbat the epizotic is in town,  A Canadian ni ail of the 3d December caise  blowjh .r into jsOg many,] Piee������������s; that] jty'seems  almost, mlraeulous that the two other- -occul  oants of the boats, Joseph S^ars 1*53 William  Partrid������e.^rejn^|killed. yT^:]s(de\ioiL a  un-n which Partridge hnd in his hand was  struck by sever^ltof'th^ fiym^'fra^mpn^japd  deeply indented. The party made all haste  .to town"; and the injured;harid and wrist were  [amputated by Drs. 'Powell' and:Davie, and  yesterday the poor lad was quite comfortable  The tenders fo,r the mailcontract have>een  forwarded tb Canada,' and no decision" has  been made public as yew .}    '^  wiU be raanjttfeoturTif'imil'So (Re?  .tail \jr its purityvan'di 'i - -. y '< hy :v yv> m - ((������������������ if- o n  The hest;iiq.uorsl&.Cigars  Constantly kept on hand.  ] , .     ., .. I      - < . ;i"t. Ifl    ���������  ".**^   .,-,,'  .The lodging Apartment  will. be; nl wnvs ca rnftiHy .]attan ������!������d to, < an fl. th ft biet;  Beds, .and ftocpmmodation .=provided for thqlr rus-  loraera.' [''���������'...���������    ';."',.      .   .  ��������� delO ��������� .,  li ;;Hotvl frpWL, Jfft J.yJ[. Robcnson, ^hpgs^to J������S3r������j  thb travellfni piiliUc'an'd the''Miners orCanhw Iftal  he] vyill (lp.:bi8i,*tmffifc������to-; s������s������aii������ctta^ iwelNamed:������������>s  Munition, of the h^ase asf a ft^class. Hotel, r; ^ y y: s t./,  mrim'h'^-r-  r'% \ y- yyy: XA: e-**?. aa',,^.fl30ft::.t*^*m?j er;.������Dtsw.  Will ,as<usual be fnrulshpd:������;lih������ ti)go>?ati (tb<$> Ma*k������t  aflhlftte; ' A" * y,,-' ��������� i,. &: ' -t ������������������������ ��������� y ��������� ��������� ... ?. .ri.'. ������������������ ���������������������������; .,  Ib w.������U:Stooked;>vUh Spirit^ Al^f^in^saatl^gm'  yesterday. The t>,apep were^eyqid jof news.  The English overland maili.dfc itft i^airive.���������-  Crreat��������� snow storms are prevailing East.- ,-.t  2Er Hamley, Collector of Gustp mi, yesterday teoeired the following telegralm from the  Commissidner of Customs'; '   ':,h  u Tea and -i Coffee inaported into Canada  from the -Uaited States 'iire san'jeVjt t^ 10'per'  PARTICULARS OF THE 'GREAT FIRE  : -AT PORTTA-NU,'  Laconnor.  Dec.  31���������Fr4ora i ttm. Qlynjtpia  Transcript-of the 29th we learn the 'foTlowiug  ���������particular* of the most disastrous conflagra.,  tion which has ever, taken place onfthelNortlu  ern; coast.   It, occurred at Portland on Snn:  day last. ! The flames were first discovered to  the rear of the block on the river, side of  Front, between Morrison and Alder streets.  The Ore originated in the back part of a Chi-  nese : wash house, and is supposed'to have  been caused by iKe -Birpllng Of dome pitch, the  coals drogping dm"- '.imder the building  among the lumber.1  So 'nf after.the" Fire Department arrived on the grownd. and the fire'  Was fouod to be hard to control.   The wind  increaged to a etiff gale, and despite all effort  the'fire gradually increased until it was found  to be beyond control.   The buildings on the  river front, constructed of dryy light' wood  f%f  ���������lit;  Are comfortably* nirfclshcd\e'������nd������a' iAVgs a^ifeoS' to  tbGtiuaibcr'or;roo.ms is;now bfilugim&dOi-'j iXti !?o. hx  L  ^Erofk;)ie-l^tiii fl(-ii-Ui^e^:C6jii%tr>J^n'4 will  , ,  always be well supplied with Ha>arid Grain* ';'  P EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THfcY HAVE ItKMOVPJ)  ���������1;> |to the spacious promises formerly known as tH>  St. Geor jxg f Su loon, t y her e...they. ,wilf be.at. all .tl |n(������  prepared to furnish'*'1*       ���������'- ���������   f r ���������*   ��������� ��������� * '*  BOARD    AND    M" A I.  OP) THE- .BEBTvK-y-1  "Tlie  BAR'    fn rnlsbe d ,- w ithjf X e -fit ^ t WW ES  UQUOltS aud CIGARS.  Board;:? - $12 per  1 oWtUa  u.vVBrh'orn renwhsted by severalscstfeotahlepttr*'  _ %\k% wliuctth Lusliry to the enioacy.nl.my;syfwtn,  to again miiko piili 11c tlie mut thatj \    ' s' J   ' '  WILL PRKVKNTXBA;f.!>N1?SS/ ! *��������� "���������'���������. ir'lw^i"'"1'"^'  RESTORE HAIR .TtfAIUS BECOMI^TftrNy,  ? ���������'���������'   ' OlV PALhtNG oF^i' ahd eftcetuaUy .. ,;,..,  ",' ;���������   y   ������: CUKE SGURP Ott-'DAKDROFF^ ''"������������������"��������� y-y**-"-  Tliisls not a mere asiertuVii otfiiiy'Writs' t hf\vi\' 'VV  I a my ���������possession u umwrtid tbsHttmnlafa oertilying >Wc * ���������:*������-���������  tbpsuccessol'hy l\snic.(������jsj..  f   '  I':.'  ,4,W;-DyM0SteS,'.  . ;:.   ., . .fJERTIFlCAm. .A A'/y-Vy' :^w  Tlilsls trtwriir'w tbitl jui.injt hist Bptihg. mx, hut;,-,;-*  wne i������|rt^fatliMftsvttVwnJ*my ttewrf ^/AP^^S^. t  lnirnttW.wUehiapbhuUtoMv;^ P:*AlOflk&, BiirhtsfcJ i, !:������  Biirkervflle, who lu are W. weeks r^Weri myliyir . ,.w  tftttintt*r;heallhy-������uie^  - -   ������4W\lti������**������r������M������. t-y-A%  " g**kwrvlU������ fi^. ������������i1ttntt* "aii '-*  t'.^aafi im  -M*v>  7^-y  pgm  mm,  ^���������yt  II'  Sfpl  Ilff  iii  III!':  will  .aft  till  ;|#  ill  any.  lilt  T.i  III  11  <���������.,?  mm.  ���������lli!  mm.  Wm  Iii  iffi  vm  mm  is  rimm$  ���������Mill  lli  fell  ���������  >t'; V  y:/...:  . ������yyy  fcr'7;  '   y^-.V'  - m y.  iii.  -f ,.1,;:  ���������y 1,1.  y:*yy  . 'k, ���������������������������:���������;���������. ���������  y:'\\.  ly i  'mm'mm^mmmi!  -aa:  ;������ATtrapay, Jan. ji, ; ists.  f^ConaMerahle dissatisfaeftwi i*OTallaJJn  ������ohRequenco #f the Iarge reservations of pub-  IIo lands on tibe probafrie route; of the railway,The '������fltensTble reason, we believe, 1b  . thW 1 fc is-retained "for Indian Reservations, or  v nUl the actual location can be ; macle for that  purpose. This appears to; its to be an act of;  ^reat i-nfnstlee.; Surely a small tribe of: In-*  dlans.'do not need the whole of the Chilcoten  v^yLyiMi.ibriy:^ iriye an undoubted fl^ht  Ce %tyg^$jfyj :k Aey .will7 eaWfa ato /It.  ..tonne -?wijl^-4iflpt^;t ^;>W^t yib^Teti^^^w? l6^!r  *y*#t as a hunting jrrmmd, inch a large part of  tbrtytog: people; * OTe pre-emptions ������cah. of  oomee, be madegoo*[ fro m', adjoining I ah ds,  recording to the'Act.-',To put ijhe'most favor*  able ���������construcSlonj upon the cowse adopted���������  that the Government aro desirons of avoiding  trouble with the Boa-union or the rai I way  company���������ie1io arprse; ttiat they are afraid to  faceltod^  positioiu ��������� TO favor, we  hope that eeme fttjtlon will be taken in the  matter^ this ;sefffiop ofrParliaraent,, that the  settlement'M th&������ountry; jpaay notjie delaye'd,  by e������������& a ������owajrd1y^;nn.di Tulnon-s policy^ as  thai at p^e^pnraue&yV;'^ "yx0"; [���������/'. :'*^|  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Remaining- in the Barkerville Post������ nice on  2d Py January,  1873*'/   Parties \ cal I irijf's j for  letters In the following list, will iplease ask  .for -Advertised1 tettersif-' 'yy: 1 'Hi liyP.. xix  yif jje'^pj"^ .^ the  daatitt^  Cpi^aay,Xow^^-e.r^k.;; The deceased was  a\fittfi,ve*:tii' theDState of:Iin������ol8, atKiut 30  _     .���������     ..   ^ ,    . e .    :  c,.'i-���������'���������'���������������������������'������������������ ���������"���������'i ;"' i;''.'."'���������.:''���������-1 "������������������'��������� ��������� (.'.-'.    :'���������'!���������'������������������,' '������������������������������������',',.:   ':,���������'.'��������� .-'.������������������.       ,  .  ^sii^^i^.^  !*.;&;jDiosi Jhort*-8^te-dV pq^eyV': We are .en-      "*"OT *s"      "' ~" *^"s'  ,;-.... deayorfngby aH������ legitimate means to attract  .-.;.  eftt|rantsip;^nr s|or������i^������^rwHa^'^l 'the  Intending' farmer find on ms arrival ?.- He  will very,natifr������li^  7 Hon. of-M Une; of rallfrny| ^e5nj?t; Sn jprpgressp  ' eeek toIscateensOflwepbtSneroBOproximity  tO/it, but will fin Jen a^emptln g to d^eso thirt  tfs^iSiM^ThB������nitW^ pwrpose^it - Is all re-  eef^s^^^Riat such ^n^^^ejJ^pened.ive  %ndw/rixki^intending settler*' forced to leave  the] Province toinvest the tnoney they "have j  earned here in another chuntry, wbereawiser  ������yste������i prevail^ ihereby infficting a double;  Snjnry upon the Province.  These wn?.in-  ���������etead^ff ������ecoSi!ng producers and increasing  the Wjealt]byo( t}ie country, actually Hnpoyert  --isliii-to'tnejexlent ofi toe money #eyr%aie  awityi,:ant ,twhich might be ^o easily 'retained  here.' Sncn a eonrae la a most! contradtctory,  one^eeklng to attraejt .fresh settlers 5with  one band, a;nd drrying *thoBe wt bave away  Wiethe other. <Thelatter,,tooi are'by far  the -flaoBt valuable elass," swi'd evory^ effort  eheuM^be^inade to'keep those menln the  <aountry ;wio.f laving '-made a5������iha1!'' s'tike^by  ' their own "exertions, have aeernired In so doing  the tabwlfidgetfid experience that best fits  thein ?for>^eeom1ng snccfiBBfu! settlers and  #bod "dtfeetwi tiwon1d%e-Mta'imaH-������at.  ter toenrrey * part of these^ lands for the In-  4ia%reaet^ and then throw; the remainder  often for ffre emption.'r :It would also give  -that mosi^aaDieaial of officers, the Surveyor  XJener^i seething to d  Noting  intCTests :of the country, than to;place ;ob ���������  etaeles in the Way of the settlement of the  public lands.   The defence that they are re-  eeryed in cpnaejqnence of the terras of tbe Act  ���������of Union;^ Is sirhply absnrd, as the Act is most  el ear upon this point | and after con vey ing to  the potninlon a tract ef land upon each side  of the railway,'not/exceeding;, twenty miles In  width, provides that the *��������� GoTernnient of  British 'Colnmbia' ffcall- not sell or alienate  any further; portion ef the public lands in  British Columbia 5n any other way than bj  right of preemption, requiring actual residence of the pre-emptor on the land claimed  by hiin.^ Such pre-emptiona are to be made  good/jto the Dora'aioa from contiguous public  lan^? The intention of the Act Is therefore  plaMtfiai no opportunity should be given for  injiffious speculations, but that the actual  settler should be allowed to locate.   We are  at a?fosa to eoneeif e why the authorities have  seen! ���������t to adopt such n ruinous policy.   The  amount of land really fit for agricultural purposes along tbe route is without doubt small,  and^ in this Province will at no very distant  period command a high price and be a source  -of conslilerable profit to the railway company  The tersaa of the Act, aa far as bona fide  ������ettfera are soncerned, are 'M ia oar favor^  ������nd His n gm&t mistake on the part of the  Government to act as the agents of a gigantic  corppration; when their duties are ao distinct  and clear lo throw open these lands to pre-  etsptfea, taking care tof prevent speculators  from locating large tffi,^, but offering every  indueemwit to those who- wish to build themselves a home in ifcia country, and turn that  which ia at present but tho hunting ground  of a tribe'of.ravages ^iffitfn a cultivated and  fbi; some flute. 2������C^^.i^S!^l^������ $-aJ"  fever some'nine <^&iag^,^nd ���������n^wUh-^nd-  $ng &e effortsI of the phy^cian ao��������� the attention of his friends;' sucewkbed to ihe disease  on T^da^ j.'f fce funeral took  pWe ^ T|uraday;^e  in^tbe^urlal Bervice^;;Every outward token  ef :-Tespeibt"i^jas:paM; to deceased, ���������but,<heiter  still, his- memory wjK long: he r^ained in ^  ���������hear ts of his f ri en d s. to wh om 1 i n n tegrity <jf.  piarpose and geanito^orj^  deared hiin. ,May theeartfe lie lightly on his  graveVy^'t     !    '. \l: , .,  . rTHBirre^sfllble.W determined to  Seep open the roadl beti^eea[Barkerville apd  Yan Winkle, if pluckf and energy, supple^  mented by; asBiatance from the Govern men t,  ^ean accomplish tfeat olqect.y To that rend he  has madefapplication to Mr Bushby to assist  biniioffering to keep opettrtbe road ^0 the iBt  pf Jnne next for ^$200. ^ JHis offer has been  referred to IHctoria^ndx we; trnrt will be  favorably'������������������ e'n ter taiitm.  Anderson Robert  Attains James  Barker William  BnrkholderWS  Bridges Thomas]  Cowling Wm, 2  Caineron loha  Charlton Wy'y  DoddWrn  rTorbesF,\2 ^   "  QilUAlfr^.-   ;:;  Greer S-tmnel'   :*;  GVuboOavi^*!'   ���������  filoyeV ^Anthony D  Harvey Theoas 7  Hallifesley, 2   '  H6nghs Richard 'J���������>:.'  HoHss GharlesA- ;'* 'y  Jones Haoail      > ;  Jones Rob era   ^7  Jones W K  Jones WT      v    J  Johnson.;J*Ty <  Johnson Tfi,,,-.  i**y  Knott John  Lamere-Wm  :Laysoay..';;;;:'.;:  hmyonJotm.  :Edn^hjMrK'/"'S  McKen^ie A;  McOormick WmjO  McLean Hovrard  *.>*.:;  VLIGAL NOTICES, &*.  *��������� The Registration of  IBirthis, Deaths and Mar-  Stages Act; 1872;1  ?-;y.;-y{.;; ..NOTICE..  .,,;  PUBLIC NOTICE Is lerfo. K**** ^hat from nnA  sUerthelstdoyor SC'iiemher next, all Births,  pal ths s*id Marriry-ai-tf ;������h h\ t-w Province of British.  Colomtva Rie to he Ke^y'-tacT r ?d������?th^j)rovi8i^iiiof  '^heBhytlra.ibn o?;-i;^':"^, Dsa'hs sp't 'M.irriai^i  MtA 18":2,'" ft the' Ca-c^ov: th'o:D!strirVReKsirare|  the D:.y������"ci wht������roln il;e Kame^^pectiYoly: shall^akti  place, ahd: w'tWnUlie.i?wes following, tnat Is rtb;.'sayV"  jacvrean now;/y;-^i njirr^-wtthin eo da^iVoWthe iinte therViC,i-"';"  McDongal ^derjC^f ���������'    DEAVHS-WitliBi ������������d������ys al'MT InterhicnW p-/ X[  McKenzle J x. A-'py!   .Marriages-Witi;ia 90 daysirom,thepmitheiffiof.;-  James ���������--���������������������������: j 'f  \ : '��������� Every HousohoideV, iter d of & Tamlly^ ^h'Wyniivn,:,  Wi'iiil*������rtn<hhflTiW -S: ;':    Physician, or other p.Oi..oa 0? ������oXoas^ requirejTbjr.nje'  1 wiiG4yi.vnarjea, 3 ,,   ���������^xat^'w^'-^^^w^ MW5nim?ifo  rolnsea, ot, wihulty. B^i'tschi tiodo m~: wl thiii'the tiaies-  hofore-BMnrid, \Kp htilUihte to a ipciiaU^fqr eir.h and  ������y<*ry'oiTonce ������ hot.1������- S fh'na Five JWfjijrs or more  .-������.. yx.  PnetiJohn  ���������* Robertsoiii  :;"Rowe, J.;;V  Sarripaon  Segars E  Standlah-WQ  Sheldon Miss  Trethewa^Th(6s  VVorhara Harry^5 ���������  WnlshThoraaa/"'������������������'A'"'!  ^.Wright; tim,xx  joHNBaii^^,^  than Twealy Do".l;;a, H'O bo 'rijcoverod wltfj' costs��������� W*  fore any 'MiSf^ce of the Pcoce having jurisdiction wllhin  the locally, wneio any each offence "is cotamtttBi  iigalnstthe. r'*Vl Ac.k. v    ���������l/v,,.  X   :���������       ":'iBy.CoiaHinB?l,:'--y ;-i .*-/*  y.yyy- H;'*B. WyAIKMAIfi" '������������������'Vy  :" x PU. .      , v-x. . ������������������ RegistrarGenGraU  LamS Registry Office,'x'X x       ���������/   ���������*'���������   ***���������&',&  y-V Aug, SI, late;       J , ieli-y  KGTIOE.  {TV-  !iK#������^fftioE  it  "fa  : TflB^ne^rEnr^macfiine^   wonld -.";bava  been detained fn tbfl^i but feS tlie proiiipinefis  of; Mr Bushby: ia --ean si ng 'r the rda4 tp;b|e  shoyeliod out and rejjaireid^ thus enabling the J  teamatere to deliver the freight  ENGLISH;DRUQ^  y:i PATENT MEDICINESi  FfJlOPFClEfAR:Y ARTIES,  COUGH LOZfinTOffi, te; &ci </y  ,\ P& Teeth careMly^Ex^  tracted and ii.ne(l      ^  ^^Prescrif tiions and Family Recipes ac  curately*:prepared.<'      ���������7*^ ��������� y"   yyv  Baiketvilie^Nov; 20i 1872i^;^ ^ ^ ^^no^S  KOCfSE OP A���������^BM8LT, 2d A������gWSyiRM..;:;  Kxtaract from BoMsrelative to ���������?4^&;Bil&i ���������'.'.  ;; 60; All J'l^pHi^*1* t*>* .Pi;'vate Bills, pfoperjy the p..  ^ubioctof :le?ilS,Mtion hy the legislative Assembly of,;.  British Co' \mi Ha^-;w l * h hi the pu 1 v iewi nf-.1 * Ti ie R rii ISh-;  S'oriH America Act. 1867," whether (<)x the erection of/;  a, Brl.d$J&the tna%iig of a Rrulroad, Torhpj\<e Road, or '���������'��������� ���������;  Telejrr^ph'I.rie; the cons i root Ion or hAproyi>mebt nf'������.'..  flitrhV^ C^tiV'vliOck. Do m or PI i<le, or other ilkft Work: J  ������!ie-jepi.att.n2;of.riAijjbt; of'Tyvyy 1 the Inoorpor/itl"n 0}p[.  iiiy*��������� wr"'Culrr*��������� tnv\(i or eaUjnp,,������������r "f;any.J*������lnt Stock  (>mp* n y; or ol "������������������irff '���������..(��������� f or p.) ah tin? to any: individual  )t\rptiv\ltr-: ^ ary t*xcUi?rvh or p culinr'rights or prlvV .  iift^o"! ��������� vr^y^e/er. or lor Ho^or? any matter or thing  wli?ch ;^dV^.t^ prop.; -  )r',y.p.'n'Ayt)M 1 t:J*-s,orVe'a'eJto any particular jjiass-*  ?>'  | CoijNTT CouRT^Wxhaye to correct an  "error in oui^repoM of  Ford vs. Shearer in the County Court The  case was adjourned to January 21st, instead  of flie;lSth.>;yyly\ "^fe: * ��������� v;- )v y  :Funbrat/ Srbmo^-^!^ Rev;^ Hall, who  fejid the bnrial service at the Interment of  RFr Wm. Carter, will preach the funeral ser-  nipn Jon Sunday ymorping; -at the Wesleyan  Church, Barkerville.  Ths Mall is expected to arrive on Tuesday  next.."'      "���������  '[/.'.; ���������:iv,'::.';'," ."��������� .*���������  - Eain ,; fell last evening, something unusual  at this time of the.year.':  :������:i|^^  BARKERVILLE^ -  : 5'!'-.������������������ .:^;/:;;-DBAr,BR^N.::y.r;';:';ry^  GrToceries, Provisions  ';;.jv..^;":'';..;Liqiiorgr; yy:y  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE. .:  ,   DEPOT    F 0^\ li  PK5NEEftMILLS E)<TRA FLOUR  ''b&^ LILLQOET ONIONS and BEANS  on hand. no23 ���������  qf-'t'-lo of-pHcsii'itf, to he published ns followr, viz. :'  Ap A Not !c������i iuittiled iln .theiBri^shCi>lumhi������GizeUe,.. Pp  ;in A J n^ony no ivsp;p?T publish eel, i n tb ef A is tricti ar.  .  fecintl, *or ir th'^re be n^n^wsiiitper.publisheVrtlVrf ;ln,  ;  then1 lu a n^yspapT in the ������est nearest district la "���������':  Vfirich ai^^)i^r:i8^bli3h^^;f :^";' yy Py*:/ ?////���������/  /jB^Spc;! noMco slialt be copiinweiHn each ensffor  1 pey [Qu 6 ������������������ 'A le'jlst six weeka?-'(liirina\ the lutorvaI of  ;t*������ne lieLwf en':the.c?ose of the next preceding Session  aini the]cov^rteration of tho petition.l- ->-.>���������������������������������������������������������������<.'���������'." ���������  'KA  46i.;iJ������iior^ anyi'r^tt  Ina^i^v?:^ CH ibr the jDi^cthnj ofv;at^rMl Bridp������ .*s;f.  Hv������^'V0f if)e p^ose,' th'? person or persons intf-n'f-  i^"f -o p.^.toh for such Bill shall,.npda giving the nd-S������*  tice p:;...ci)be<r<n tlie prtC'vrifn? Rule, also at thi? same*  tin- et fi;i <H u the s������ me ro aimer, Rlye oollce of t he ri t ^s  which they in-eud to ask1, the extent of tin? privl)^,  tbehjBVxI^-ofijtl'e ai������ttes, the interval, betwfvn . the .  Hbutinents.nr..niet.T Vor the passage of r^fts or vi'ssels,'  and mentioning also whether they intond to: er^ct a  ,v  drawbrdge;or not. a^d, the, dlmnjtfpns of the same. ,: ���������  /vy^AVAi > yy-y-    chabi^ coon, -;���������' ������������������'.'���������  sea. jmy 7.;: j     Clerk of.' the: legislative "Assembly;. .'  R JOHJT BXBBY HOLDS MY POWER  ,, .of AttoTney, and* is fully authorised to collfct  'lrt\ debts r'Ue to mo'.' All those indebted to me by  iMth>r note'or account, wilt please make Immediate  payment to my Agent. s\ .  ''/"yy  '-!P" . y/-'-   *���������''SANDERSON PRAPOr. '.  ; .ferltn^illeiNov. 2S, 1872:       :: no302m  -*-  The Titwsvllle Fress cbronlclei the foil owing event with hiod^st pride: ������������������Titusville  was not the birthplace of ' the Father of his  country.' but we have a man residing here  who slipped up here on a muddy crossing,  this forenoon, and,sat do^yn on a roll of butter which he was carrying homeland Instead  of a wearing, he simply rdae. scraped the butter from his pants into the paper again, and  wesson again as irnothfng had happened.''  "gpF"?*  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  J  . ,. .... jj. ., >  AS JTJST OPENED THIS SALOOW at  ,   the old and favorite stand of the Miners' Store,  formerly kept by Mr P. Manetta, where all comers  will be welcomed.  The "best of Wines, Liquors  and Cigars   ,  AT    THE    BAR.  Barlceiriile, October 21, ISTz.s,  B.C.,  iaXSyllECEIVED A FINE LOT OF  V       i ���������  M2G *  ra  .������  T have be*n instructed .by the Secretary of  the Nason Company. Antler Gieek, to sell by  Auction, ai Barkerville,  Oi*  JANUAKY 20,   187S,;ftt  Twelve e7cloek, Noon,  The INTERESTS of JOHN EVANS in the  above Company for assessments due.  THE "UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENTERED,INTO CO  partnership gfor the purpose of carrying on the  business of Hotel-keepins, at the Old Stand, known  as the CLINTON HOTEL, and would solicit a continuance of public patronage.  ,      MRS. E. SMITH  THOS. speutan,;  Olinton, Kov. 18,1872. f||y������  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,       -\  LIQUORS, CIGARS,      "������������������  f RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  ������������������' LARD OIL^&c, for  October 5t 1872. /���������  Jaaaary 6th, 1813.  GEO. BYRNES.  LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE , OF  the late JOSEPH I, SMITH are requested tb  make immediate payment. All bills rcmaioinj? unpaid on the First day of January, 1873, will be placed  in C^urt for collection *, and all parties haying claims,  against the Estate will please send them to the iin*  dersigned for payment. .       ���������    ���������;<.-/������������������. '������������������'.    ���������  kMRS. E. SMJTH,-'y..y  . AdmlniK-tratrlx.y  CUaton, Nor. 18,187S. '   ...'$$>  NOTICE.     :    !.  fpHE BANK OFBPJTIS^ NORTH AMEH-  1 ICA at VICfOKU will unttl further notice^pay  on money specially lodged Interest at tho rate of  Four percent.per annili"^ f p/  on deposits subject to/liftern*Days"ndtioJ of ritiri  drawal, aDd ��������������� "  Five per cent, per annnrag , ���������  on Deposits subjecqElto, Thirty ,Doys notice ofrwith.  dftiW^   ." :y -BHENRYA^TUZOy.  . I&xanager Victoria Branch.  October 18,1872.        ^ ������e20"  .m  ,. JAMES WICKHAM HOLDS  Power of Attorney, and is fully authorised to  Collect all Debts due to me. All those knowing  themselves to bo in my debt, by either Note or Account, will ������lease make immediate payment to my  ^Seat������ ' _ .  : ,; . P. MANETTA.  ��������� 1  V m  *8W*ss*m  I  1  yy  ������������������  THE CAllBOO SEN1OTL  ������=  I i ",:r--~_^���������. *. .,,       , U������-*  =������=acaj  ������������������-7...   SATURDAY. JA^i;i8?������ : 'yV/l  saaaarastaeea  V *..'��������� .���������; V^VyictpBU,^onday, Jan..6.  fThe;House met at, the usual hour. V?  .   -'  v^hp Speaker announced limit Mr J; R. Hetts  tiad 'brie ri appom ted' 'Clerk- o f. the %eg isl a ti ye"  .  Assembly, ���������._ ...-.   I ��������������������������� ' V ���������;^ VV- ^ ;; .1 nj ���������' _;  Mr Pedosmpe foresbaibwed; the pe?*icy -of  tb& new (Wverncnenti ���������Whiotfls  e|v^.a^l:i^f^ ��������� 1- yy  lUt.^Bekyein^ who ���������'wai"re^etectef b jj.accia*  1 I&titfopsS^  for k.;ch:a^������r;fQr.*:,c to  . &qiiuma.l������'   ' '1 >   ' lyl/y,!���������'!!  . - ,.���������' .,���������  Mr ikns^r^present^   petition' froml tbe  peopled of Victoria iii&re^  privilegeof .theydtyVyvy -y-yyliyu.  .   Uenf$M?!lMri&p^ it was  with thefall consent attd 'approytifjpt the late  Ministry that he took a. seatirivthe ��������� pew Mln:  isfcry.   .  . ,r    V-; y-y .'V;:���������"���������'.-fi/yt,A    ! :  Mr DeCosmos moved; the', reply to-.the Gov-  ernor'sspeech.-",''lx,,\T,V'.., *t,...���������<-y-.,  Mr Bttnflter'moved^fieco,nded>y.I,|fr. Hum:  pfireya,' that a clause be inserted in tbe reply  expressing the regret of this lie-rise? that his  Ho tier bad not signified his so t������i tion to'.obr  tain a5 mollified Tariff. \ [';''; v    - j -.    ��������� ���������     i-  ���������Mr Walkem mo ved^ seconded by Mr Beaven,  that an humble address be presented to %ii  Honor, thanking bim lor.his.gracious- speech  at opening-df:.the session.   Carried;- :-A  Mr Walkem moved, seconded by Mr .Arm?  strong, that a committee^ be: appointed1 from  the mem ben of-, ihe.Executive, to present ibe  Address,      r'''  "1'yl ' '  Tfce l$on*e"thpn adjourned. ���������: A a h V .;  Victoria, Tuesday, Jan. 7. "f  The House met at 2 p.m.: .'!'��������� A'': . i������*��������� ?*  A. Message, from the Governor? was������ re-  CeiV *d .",.; ���������������,   ���������,.-.;���������'   ���������  Mr DeCosmos stated that the reply to the  speech from the throne waa graciously received. .*.  Mr D**Co������mns laid nn the table correspondence with' tiny Dominion Government in ��������� relative to hills of last session .tb *v*hiehthe Governor General withholds his assent*...  ycsteyclay mornin^tyaTrying.>two��������������� passengers  and^^-malls^^  '������������������*Two:tibi riawieh;weHip before Justin Foster-oh: a charge of fgtergy Fined-respect  iV%$5Wnd ;^ feelingly advised  by the; Magistfate^tp go and -Sent bo - moreV  r>erytrivrig! very <jnieti  Weather Vciondy-  pud mild. : -^':7. -.������������������ ':���������'. '>���������;���������'VV  .���������������������������������������������YALE..   '       '���������..."  x-x-v  iXJLINTGNVV Tweed's esse!- was a<ljjouroed ;over; to-day  GRHlim-; SfoL t*������me up stage \e%feeire ���������**���������* io th��������� Wk^KW <af some of hit>w-  ' yersvV'yf "���������"'���������:'. ';VV;JV; '/y'V'.'.VVV  Chicago. Jap. ^^^ia,tner ^ear^ahd ^ld  Four tn������ches of snow''* tejjt''���������prij^nrdiy ;iiight  .���������wad.-.yes'terdayC.py :,y':y ^^���������V'V.-s '���������������������������; v'y;^' Vy  y New York. Dso. '2(f^SiypB^^^ office to-j  day Jay G'tftild delivered^viip��������� aftvthe; sfocks  and bonds claimed from -tiim^byilm'firie Co.,:  amoanting to between^ fiierfthd sie, mil liens.  Dwriiig tbe con.nting of tSft^equri tiegr an d the  signing of the'!receiptspfyiyri were present  part; pt h 14te time'j,' in addition to ���������President  Watson, wfeo pleaded ;tbre^he������nt; Messrs.  Duncan,' Sljermati:" arid Tracers** ^X������oiild re-  mal'ned In Barlow's office .anj|. asemted in the  work. He Is reoprted to. have surrendered  unoonditlonaHy ^U^hjs real estate in New  Jersey^ PeRusylvanwffand^^K tha  Grand Opera HonM?w"HhPim!'or twelve^ ad-  jolnine buildings on 23d axt^gltb street^ to*  get her.: *ith a. valuable plotVof ground at7 the  footof^S'dd street^NorthrlveKv;fie aisofpronfi-  ised to^^ Secure Mrs. Lu^Pisk's interest iti. the  Grand Opera,11 om ''  perty^jgiyen^epiby  h Yale, Jatt..lO--:.]Beedy*s teams arrive;! here  hh Ibe 7tb^ini! left, yesterday for' Boston Bar  jwlth haltpip ad, but- will return for the rest to "i  morro^flv,.The teamsWrsreport ttoeVroai^ be-.  Iween,,Xale ,ah^; J?P?ton Bar ,bad8y blocked j  ffitH 'showlSidfes^^sed by tbe late thaw,  It raine,^ ^e?y^je)rday, and to-'^ay is very  |?arm.a|id;pieM^^ of mtiirerain.  i BarriairdV',.Exprewfc with the V-maS..;^y(iU  feave on Itonday for-,BarkeT=ville.p. Qpiisider,,  able mail matter reported on way teem New  Westminster^.iv\\>%V H..A: :'-���������!,.A ���������/y ��������� ���������  ', Mr W. ll, McDonald has purchased. tbe|  saloon of Mr J. *.T. Barry, and commeaces  b.nsiness;ihe|^'tp-!(|a^y:: -^V'; -f ;v  p T^^wSiw^ very, dull, and scarcely any- j  Hhing doing in any kind of business.  1Vv^TSie'KhoileIsland pro-  Gpul d< is', sup posed to be  Men5)eajr (^ec./Sl���������A.flw-tW������^^Hiorning de  ^royed It^ricy^i^go'ods estabilshmentV the  broom factory of Nelson, Wood & Co., the  shoe factory of Ames & Millard, and an adjoining Wwrehowee. The firemen savsd the  surrounding buildings with hiprh Mansard  roufsV Tfee thermometer was 15 decrees be-  low Eero. The water froee wherever it fell.  Loss estimated'at half a million,  [ doliingwood, Dec. 28-Capt.OTr, tbe Chief  Engineer, aud part of the crew of the steamer  Cumberland, w&icb was frozen up in the lake  in November, ; arrived last night, having  walked down along the shore of Georgian  Bay. The party experienced terrible weather  and, endured great privations during their  frathp'bt twenty, days, and all were more or  less frost-bitten. A number of the crew are  still on'the way down, having been left eighty  milea from Bronser river.       ..-.....,.  motions... y     ;,.,..:.. :;,. ..  Mr Reaven-^To ask leave vto introduce g  ^ill exiendingtherights to'prcperty-'&(^inar-  tied wohie'u.;;.y-'    '" ������������������'      'p '.' ���������'!'-. 'Pyp/.  Mr Robsonf-To ask the Mlnistty what steps  bad been taken in regard-to the S keen a trU.il.  Answer postponed:   Vy  Ft. Smith, seconded by J. Eobinson, that an;  e d d ress be presen ted to t helGove r no r, ask ing  bim to recommend to the Dominion '.Government the construction of a telegraph tineiirotn;  Cache Creek to Kami oops. ��������� ; ; 7  Mr Beaven, seconded by Mr Deck��������� Asking  the Government for retorns r|rfating^ihe  UNITED STATES.  STOKkS SENTENCeD TO DGATU.  New York, Jan. 4���������The jury Jn, the Stokes  case, after a few hours absence, entered abou  U e'clociv and rendered a verdict ������t murder  iu tbe firstI degree.  Judge Boardmau deferred  sentence until Monday.   In anticipation that  the verdict would not be given till some time  to-night, rancK interest :wsrtreated iri^ the'  ���������eity.   It was hardly expected that theyerdiC  wcnli^beV'rendered so^sboh. >Duringlat^  days of iris 1 some Vapprehensions were f.eit;  by friends of the prisoner ori account of the  l&er ti n ii cy and< ski 11 s bpwn b y th e attorneys  (p���������^^Iprbsecutloji.   Still the feeling existed  aftnoog them that Uvconviction of murder in  the firis^degree wou Id ? pot be fou nd. and that  ')t there waB no disagreement't amo ng the ju ry  the verdict would be either justifiable homicide or mahslaiighter.  his magnificent villa oVthe-jjointa  T!w Jj^V ^ers^titW^e^  estate jotereston- the;Nprth-Tiyer} shbre^iind  the genhsyivani^^tate:ii eaid to represent a  coal field. .This������i)spitite surrender'ofptfie  Grand Opera-House property^would seem to  Indicate that Mrs Fisk is convinced of her inability to retain her ownership hud the suits  been pressed to trial. What arrangement  has been made between' Gould and the Fisk  estate by which thWha&beeri brougbt about  is not yet disclosed;*  r .���������.-:' . ��������� ;���������  ;  George Francis Train was arrested on 20th  December and locked up in the Btation house  oQ������:benob warrant to, ..answer a charge' of  publishing obscene literature.     :  Geo. Palmer Putnam,4he'iwell known pub-  lisber,.died in New York on 20th December.  ' ' EUROPEAN. '  - REGISTER OF TOURtoV&TOft -v' '  At Ulclmeld,.Williams Creeik, taken at 5 a.������^  each day, showing ..the htgbes*t a-ad lowe*  range Tot preceding 24 hours;  HAS, WTH.  2d tt  27. -V;������  28 . .4  16 '5  v       2* '      ii  io, u   ;y   to  #an. 4,  M;  5,  H  ������,  ii  ���������7,  ������*!.''  %  *4t  IA  H  London, Dec. HI���������By a tail way aecident  last niifht, seven miles north of Glasgow, 40  persons were severely injured.    /   y  London, Jan 7���������The condition of Napoleon;  this morning is favorable.   His lever last  night diminished ; he rested quietly. His case  is no longer critical.  . The steamship Adriatic has arrived.  The British Government declines to support  the proposal ojythe Royal Geographical,Sov.  ciety for sending ati; Arc!Jo exploring party  at tbe public expense,. V f       v'    7  Paris. JanV 7 ���������The cbmmercial"treaty be-  tween France atid Great Britain was finally  Signed by the representatives of >the >respective Governments on Saturdayv and now  iaivaits ratification, yu y       "''"  -''*''-'  The Gazette de France ���������reports; that Don  Al phonao entered Catalonia on V Sat nrday,  night, and that;700 Qarljsts had concentrated  in the Pro vi nee of A Heap to. The i n su rgea'ts  are ah out to enter'en a vigorous campaiga.  y.A VOICE FROM THE MOUNTAINS.  By a true^ friend's earnest desire  Onee more, fil touch pbctic lyrei    ..  F or teu lo ng years this late h as-1 ai nv   '  And ne'er has struck "melodious stvahv  'Mid snow clad pealcs.oitCfitlboo *'; '<!  '���������We ������eft- times speak our filings true^' .v:  ' As we rettect <vn*d������t^8'ofvyoine-.��������� .*..  Whilst tr������ver8itrg:p^raau^  As o'er "t^ieee moivptain-wilds we roam, -' ^  . How oft we think,of?early bome-1 ^ y':r ^W.  y Of chedflihed friends,..long, tQugAince^^  ' Now^monlderiog^Iti thesiieni tomb 1,; y':'"'  No mothers soothipg yelce we hear,.>.v (.:..  No,gentle sister's smile to eheer';  f^wr sorrows deep are heWhal? toldV' V:  Whilst seeking *ere for jittering gold,"-'���������-  Long years I've bijcti in lands afar,:   ���������  Yet stilt have: had a guiding s?������t:     - yy  When.serrow8 wr^eck lifers l^mndei'iDgbacI^.  A sister saves, my sinking heart, '--...; , Ppx.v  She Is ray guide by wight or day, ���������, ������������������ " .  Thou ph living far .from me away;... .. yy y *-  The truest friend of "all I've found,   :   J y.  Our hearts are in sweet itbioa boTiudV^   V':  Th'm loving heart ��������� so^true to j������e S '   ; ' '"���������-   V  Such Christian faith.we seldom, eee; ;";,;'i'  When Satan's arts.around.me roll, ���������:      \  A sister saves my shipwrecked souiv yylyp.  yy':.~-x -' y/ypixA ;������������������ *. Lcqp^-1 ?!  GERMAN  PREJUDICE  POTATOES.  AGAINST  dispositiottef the $7000 appropriate^for suVr \nto Court this1 morning "to^ TeceivegBentence.  vey of the proposed Victoria Water Works.,  and for the contract under which the Alexandria Bridge was built and repaired,  Mr Smith, seconded by Mr Robsoti���������That  an address be presented to the Governor  praying that he urge the Dominion Government to subsidise & steamer to carry the mails  ���������on the East Coast *���������' -\'-^:.   /  Mr Humphreye. seconded by Mr Burster���������  That a select com tai ttee be appointed to enquire into and report upon tbe present sys  tern ef road making and o������her public works.  Mr Humphreys, seconded by Mr Bunster���������  That a select committee be appointed to consider the expediency of altering the Laud  Ordinance of 1870.  The House then adjourned.  VicToiMA^Jan. 8^  The House met at *2 p.m.  Mr McCreight, on behalf of the Standing  Committee on Private Bills, reported favorably on Victoria Water Bill.  Mr Bunster presented a petition in regard  to water for Victoria in case of failure of the  Victoria Water BilL  Mr Humphreys presented a petition for a  Cattle Trail from Lillooet lo Bute or Burrard  Inlet  In, reply to Mr Robson's enquiry regarding  tbe Omineca trail, the Government agent reports that $1800 would amply pay for all  <work done on the Woodcock Trail.  New; Yorlc^Jan. ��������� ������~Sipkea was jfirought  VICTORIA.  Victoria, Jan.7~On her up trip tho steamer  H&utie lost one of her deck hands, an Indian,  annual meeting for the election of  School Trustees for Victoria District will be  held to-day.  An harmonium goes up by this  Us ihe New Westminster public echool  His counsel.made an address in relation to a  bill of exeeptiehs to the Judge's rulings  which he proposed to off*������r. The prisoner  was then asked what he had to say wby sentence of death should not be passed, Stokes  said that be had not violated the law intentionally; that the testimony on which he was  convicted was manufactured and perjured,���������  Judge Board man then, in a very feeling ad-  ftress. jn which he alluded ��������� to tho prisoner's  ���������youth and social sunoundings, sentenced him  to be handed on Friday, the 20th day of February next. This being the shortest time that  could be legally allowed to a convicted man.  Stoikes and his counsel were greatly surprised  at the verdict, and expressed their purpose of  applying at once for a stay o( proceedings*,  atfd ultimately, if possible, to secure a new  trml. The witnesses in the Stokes case who  were confined in the House of Detention for  a j?ear, were discharged, ���������*  1 A large number of Communists will shortly  arrive from Paris. Their friends ar������ preparing to give them a reception.  ' Yesterday, shortly after 10 o'clock, a rain  storm began, which soon after turned to sleet  and continued until everything became  framed with icicles. No such spectacle has  been witnessed for years in New York. Trees  were encased in Ice. Locomotion on tlie side  walks became almost impossible, and the  streets;looked deserted. About half-past 12  telegraphic communication with the outside  world was stopped by the ice on the wires,  which broke them down.. The telegraph was  destroyed^, throughout the city, and the polls  Were, falling in the streets and on the side-  walkti. The whole of New York city became  isolated, as far as concerns communication  with the outside world. The Western Union  Telegraphic Company constructed temporary  facilitiesat Jersey city, where dispatches were  teken by' messengers.  -#-*-  ���������*-+-  MINING INTBLfcIGENCK.7:v  MGUTNING CAEKK.  The Spruce co. cleaned up on Thursday  night 35 oz. | this is from the gravel only, as  they are not working on the bedrock. The  Victoria co. having sprung their walking  walking beam, are about, to replace it with  one of largerL dimensions'. The Vancouver  Co. are running ahead with their lower drive  in the rock. The Gladstone co, are getting  into hard gravel I'are uncertain whether they:  are deep enough, asthey Jfiu4. the rock stilt  pitching, ; ��������� "?���������:���������'' ��������� : ���������  JACK OP CMJBS CRBBK.      ��������� ;y  The Two SiBtera cleaned ftp 20 o������, to Wednesday morning. The .Two Brothers have re*  commenced work and are running the drain  ahead. :v ;?.'��������� .;': .1;'   ���������       ' "yy ���������  ���������7 -i .������������������..,���������;. ->.-x\? y-  A Man who kxrw An'S Stbkkt.���������In coming  from Syracuse I met with aii'ontretemps, or  rather a contry������tessips4 Says h������J' Be you from  Yorkt'   Says I, yPm. your vinegar/   Says  he, ��������� Much acquainted down there?'   Says I,  ' That's me exactly.'   Soya he, * Do you know  Ann Street?'   Says 1, * Unusually so.'   Says  he * Well, I declare.   I want to know if you  really do know Ann Street!'   Says I,-4 Sure  as a pickery.'  ' Says he, 'Well, how does she  get along ?'  Says I, * Sbers flourishing.' Says  he,������I suppose she's growing finely ?'. Says I,  ���������Growing If "I guess she's growing I They  are putting up a building seven or eight  stories high on one of her^cortfers for the  Herald.'   He looked at me atoaged, and says  he, * Putting up & building on one of her  corners V   Says I, ' Yes,'   Says he, ' Look  hero, stranger, there's some mistake.  I guess  the Ann Street I mean and the Ann Street  you mean are two different people.   I was  talking about a niece of mine who went to  New York ayear ago to learn the millinery  business.'   Says I, 'Why In thund������r didn'tl  you say so V  Says he, ��������� I did.'      '   ' In Germany there exiflts a decided ,$svjujp!  dice against potatoes, beeadse they are 'l$om*  poaed ot three fourths yater. with b"ut te;n te  fifteen per cent; starch, > eontaitfed In^ndt* ^  geslibie cells;"yThe��������� Frencbb>whe.make A;pet-;<.  feet science of the whole business of notlrisb*;  ment and cookery,:rarely oat.potatoes exceps  oceaslonally frie^for the second,'ibreakfaTBt,;  They consume, beans >more^,thanJany ptftw^;  vegetables, and with reason, for dried bean*  contain 22 per cent, albumen and 50pf;*~tVrobV'  and the common lentils 26 per; cehtof^Mlbti-;.  men and .56 of starch.   In the "monasteries ot  France and Italy great .qiiantitins of beans s  are used, especially during- the I^ntenms<jrt������;'  German  naturalists are no tr   searching till  over the world for a substitute tor. potatoes,  and this is believed to bure been foupd.an'  China in the dioscorea japonica, which en������ .  durea the greater.t cold and ia more nourish- ;  ing asd better flavored than the potato.   Ife  the Museum of Natural History at Parish a|y>  specimen three feet long and weighing threes  pounds was exhibited.  Several German writers upon races predict  that nations, far from -improving, will \deteri--  orate both in physical and mental character- '���������  istics il potatoes become a principal article ;  of diet.   The  celebrated Carl Voight says  ���������������������������that tbe nnnonrishing potatoe does not re^  store the wasted tissues, but makes our pfo-  l^tarUts phyncally. and met\tally weak." The-;  Holland physiologist Mulder gives-the ssme ?  judgment, when he declares that*' the excessive use of potatoes among the poorer classes, ly  and coffee ami tea by the higher ranks, is'tjie  cause of the Indolence or nations^"   LeidenV '  frost maintains that theVrevoMons of tbe :  three last eenturies have been.,eau8ed- by..$b������.y%?  changed .nourishment. Jn fijirme^ ,d������J������lt %?  lowest workman ate nibre flesh than nowl  when the cheap potato forms: bis ��������� principrnt'  subbistenco, but gives to him no, muscular or :  nervous strength. y .rv-^  B������kbpits of Markiagk.- -Thosedry but mo-''  ful people who deliffht in statistics bave beea.y..  investigsu.:;)g the effect of marriage and cell-.y  bacy ui mortality.   They have demonstrated v.  to their satisfaction the beneficial effect of  V  marriage upon longevity.   The last person  who has devoted his attention to this subject  is M. Bertillon. His statistics cover the States  of France, Holland, and Belgium.   According to M. Bertillon, between tbe eges of 20  and 35, out ot 1000 married men there are 6  deaths:  out of 1000 bachelors, 10 deaths-;  y  and out of 1000 widowers, 22 deaths.   Be-   , ���������;  tween 30 and 55, the deaths in the same number are: married men, 7; bachelors, 11; at*��������� : ,;  widowers, 17.   Between 35 and 40 years of  age. the mortality per 1000: married men, 7;  bachelors, 13; and widowers.-.17.   Continuing these calculations through different series  of years, the advantage on the "oreof len-  gevity is always on th������ feide nf * ^  men.  iM 'VfV: j  ������������������.y.;i'f.!^.-j  ���������       '-yy " .  ���������  :. ���������  :  ' .y/J-'/y::.  ,'-'     i   .' x  xps.     .  v;v  >.;   iv. _  yy -   e  -7,7  'IfyV;  -;^ryy  y^.  -���������.���������;(-7.< s  y-i.'.  ''fy*;'*;  ���������y   ; . i  _.- y;;.:  -is  -'ilSvl  ���������   #'%!  s*  ��������������������������� ''������im$-  mm$ ���������  .;;������!���������'���������'  "Aj$Af% .  ''i&ty&y  V'Pilp  :  ������������������'ill  -lip.;  *W&3    ���������  '" --lifP '  ,:::pil  y,#iii  -iff:.,,  ������m ���������  -'  'IK -v  : Vi������7' ">:  ' vllp-   ".  '  jSK  ?]':  ,��������� iv^r-  '* iyi:  -��������� yy;y  ������������������ * -  ' fy  ���������<--'4\'. <��������� y  1 vp y  ? 'V:pPAm  7*7,7  xm m  ���������ypym  ���������   if*  1 PP   ���������'-.'  i -*y V'.  - '��������� ^77 ���������  " &i -������������������1  - yyy &  ���������'.V'Ksav'vr   iWSs! ...  .i-.V.S'.i.'iiiSvR:  ' g;^*  ���������i.i;.'  '*. t i'i (  .*��������������������������������� .r,M-  ��������� vi nt i  ���������. ''b,-H  .���������hy i  ���������JI-*;:  ' *.-, 7 r .;  fl7  |.,'*H  *!:|V  ^.- ,������������������������������������������������������.  ^?:JH  1   - ������������������fi-'ifj-  lillilii^  Sffi^F^  ft-he P^Jce de Grimuion t in reeardtp the orfeio  ^^fate war. "fThe tQitke brihg^ociiment-j  wy evidence Wsupport of the troth* of his  assertion rfat Austria'had promise** to, assist  ' franee Mi't������a8C' nf a $ar with Prussift.   He  7*pubij^hes a^ dispatch jjto theF^nch Govern-  men t in win ch th e pledge is given, in the f ol-  i owing wo rds: ��������� - f* Yon r cause ts, ou rs.   We  will contribute ttf the Sicoess^6f-ithe;^French I  irrtis."  :   y It is ^  meat ba.8;d^rminetl;(|o^^  with ^he^ecYle^of'Count. Von BeusfcwV, a^  Great portions of, counta,y,{ in Lancashire;  Derby,and Nottingham axe)? snb merged A from  late ftoods. In some -section^ the hedges 4re  only visible/^ A Vheayy *-'1aiitf ^ slide" <!cciirred  neaTjiJerby^aod^ railway ^commublca^oifc is  been compelled so take refuge in / tbe upper  ^>fe^KSVi r  A dispatch from Liverpoel..states(tbat 445  ,., perspjnsij.mcluding^ passengers^ are ������aid Jto-  have perished by.marine^disasters ,witM  past ten daysV. Thiriytpersons ��������� were I lost, by  the sinfemgef ;the ^alicble^^'iht'Ndft^k-  berland coast,   W0ym  '    '  %  t  A ���������8t������rra\JoY,-great'violence.'swept over  ���������JNapies yesle^  prop er ty'jftnd shippin gv $y jyvu   im/i (<A *  Madrid; De#; 2^rTrSeeno^announce^ in^fthe  Senateyesterday������4faat a bill would* ibe dnttb-  ���������du ced for; the; abolishment of slavery .��������� in Po rto  Ricoi and^hafno^rerorm W(i^ Se made in^tne  Gov^mentofCubaiwbile a single insurgent  remained.^7?y   ;y '-py-v .Al   /y-yi/'A  '������������������������������������������������������������������������ ' 'y'\'.-'.7...'������������������:''������������������   .-^ ,'X-rY:yy^.^ur.y, i :'-::,���������..'::- /:.^./:_:  Paris, Dec, 21-^Thefreshet in the Seine is  subsiding, .,T.he National Assembly^wjl'iyad-  ' ���������-to-irlfiytofnt^elho]idsya,f: ^    ..^    ���������-    f,   -,>;  /Lp.ncton^ Dec. .22���������A ��������� special' frorniBerlin  :PayBMe^VBritkft;^  biugb delivered' k note to; Prince^ Gortscba-  koff infbrmlh������%ini' that-Eiigland will ahsUlri  ��������� 'ZFi&xiy ?rHi2yri'-!% tw.y-'-iw.***��������� ������������������ //:��������� ������������������������������������" "'y ���������v^yi-'- -��������� ���������  ifro-^n^irfienng^  long* as it {does iioljthreatiMT Aff^hanistan; pyy  ?Nine- thousand fivWhnndfe^^  ere rioW'oeslegihgWeViu  ! !Kii^a^ri^r^^i]fe4*Q.000 ar^ jieplhying onithe,  Kussian foiia at the mouth������bf tie' Eiibai'\ Rer;  infbrae^nts'/have 'o^  ���������ftroo^^ih.that..loQa\ity;.,r:i;,, r %    ������;���������., ?/ ^.y -;  ,   i s^ckjjirpkerj oC^hi?i city suspended;^pay-  men t tokl ay: *, It; is Tepo rted-' tb at-die * -is short  4400 shares "of Eviei uyt V':'"\; V:r *yl Ky'p* \  They Ministers;' bf ^AOstna^ Germany! aiid;  : Russia at Athens, gptingVijncler f jnatrnctions;  from their  respective ;; Governments//' have  jointly'advised %he; Greek <G^^  the d ifS kii 1 ty. aboii"i ttie LauVie rri sii veri jnai h iri  by ^conceding -tlie demands j- of France iand  Itaty..:--' |:,:- -^'v.* s A"?' ;"?/u -'-:*-- ���������.' yfr'1' -.^yi.-  Thirty: persons'? were] lost In the* * sieitner'  Germany- ��������� '/Twelve;were" passengers.:X '/V;ry  I)iu;ing at,missionary f; meet ing: at Halford  last evening the floor of it he buildingA gave  way.   Many were injured,ebrae fatally.- V  '���������yty UNITED: STATES. ) 'x^y K  New York, Dec. 27���������Tho weather is clearing ii p\ pA few local trains fromy the immediate vicinity have arrived fllnce io o'clock  ihst iiight, but pniy [by. aid of several.iocomo-  tivea. There is considerable suffering among  the poor by reason of the absence of the usual  supply,01?,.milk and bread.  In .the; Stokes trial to;day he repeats his  story, of > the'Shooting and'admits that he shot  Fiskj but-did'notIntend kUlingbim. He d<^  ���������clares the shooting. was.'Jn, self-defence, and  that Fisk-having once drawn a;pistol te shoot  him the* had I been in constant fear of biiii ~  Slo kee also d enies tb at he fa ad '[ ever called  Fiska blackguardor threatenedtoshoot bini  Philadeiphia, ��������� Dec...27.7-T-The ���������snow has com-  pIhtely blocked' ail .the*highways arid tern*-  porar i 1 y! si isp'en ded the receip ts arid deli very  ���������of mefeiiand \%e! ���������''' V'"' '*' ''*.!''"'.    </"���������'",!"!'!  sleighing^oniHarieni^nd o^th^  up^er psri ofVi the city.   ry ���������'���������},, vi^iij.-r.,' '*.-.  ; -Maslii^  ;hameha.'Kiiig; pfi: tlie Sandwicli^slap'ds^iandi  ^e^itureofr th at kingdom in vieWfOfvthe fact  that 'helieft: no��������� i heif��������� WHhe throh'efe;is ^ttie ��������� sn SM  '.'-"  ��������� .������������������'.-: . 1   '        ���������;'-   ("���������'���������- '������������������.."���������     -������������������":'   ft,', !��������� -/������t V.'.-y' ,-'v. :'..':4. ������������������! ���������' f r* J<; .S.'^ ^\  ieri t b f' co nsi derabi e exc i te ra en t and sp ec u la-;  iibnViti;official circles;��������� yTher^jare^no;foreign1  vessels jpf ^ar ^|fthei Islands exefept Ameri-  onn, ahdfin^allthe-^pahraentsofthe'^  ment of the kihgdooa^;ithe Americaiia have ttie  '���������oi"ii* ryi:y\..Xs.iil.-yii y:X-},:i' >���������. m.i^-i uyfXy/^-'r  ^$^?yy?A U-!Mfj:yy^M ��������� AKm  '���������I Bostpn^yDec.j^27^^rester^{broughtVfr6m  Mo n treal ��������� fbft forgery v^as * comh^  ittdefanit,of;$20(00d bail!, f ^ '..; ^ * ':;';'.,':;'.'  ���������"BijCV^es^a^eJlknewh Bpstpnmerchant  die^ at t|e railway s tktip n'last>night of; heart  ���������fiBjS^e.'.'^V. /-Om' .   :"1 / i/1? 'l! ������"������'- ' s b V!  ������?Memphis,; Term.v: Dec.'; 27^^^* ice' gorge  above brokeHhis^raoVning; and' came; do wn)  '-j*:;;% j^i v.i.'j} vi * i\;!? ^-u?--^* %vxmyyv������xy\xy::*u  withHernnc force, crushing dry..do,cks4 whRrn  *���������'&&< Wt i'^^Ji���������^v���������'?^:���������,���������'vJ���������-"=���������,'* = y- ������������������-���������;���������������������������* ..���������'   :!* -..-    '  [boats; ^andi steamersdyingat thelevee^ seve^^  ill*^i2uLCp> ~.uiiu<-^AiL^i^'iiAr^^^iita^d:  YXyi'X^!.^ ���������������������������,J'/A- VjA.^  $$l^ ttfixi.  ^���������1 :;.f^'*,Jl;^^^fe..k.^%:m JL ������������������-V3P&&  7 /-  ^p^jyiSft'iiiMft^ii?  ..ii';? 1:."���������-K������'jV(,:,n*.fi?/-| t"tr.s( J'-"T  0-iva2--"������ Hi^'^^w..'iV^*..3*?7.T's'*iy  *SSfefOfrf': hvi;)*'. '������������������vvxty-::  _",,'������������������ if������jt'.5i,;!   i-r^i' ���������..Jifi-'f: ���������?}���������*��������� V'l  m  ���������-.-/ -yiVMv^'fyPtiAj'  !.������>'/������������������  4' '"'* ''������������������������'  p*y! a-  '���������)'  *AZ/%  ;C(i)altlejtan Atye bands pf the;dfcatera,: who 'have'  :NK;loS:Meicer street*ih*'%tenemehftJiouse*  ^nd Spread, rapidlyjo ihea^injpgbuildjngs.  pne^f which ^a&ajsp^jtenemetftboue^^both  ofi vr,hichu>were bu,rnwi^renderlng#numb���������uv  Of fnmitioa liniiOHloRa *?������������������ .Th'<> firo "a������\VAafi   IAIwab*''  B otel gjb d a" c o h fee tio hery, w h ic h were com-  7, "    ��������� >:*���������������������������}:   :-?  y f ] ��������� ;   i 7        -  ���������  pletely gutted^ The' greatest consternation  prevailed '^riprig the ilodgers^ on, thevupper,  floors :and^!nnmbeWwerTe^ nearly.-suffocated.  when rescued.   "      '    V *���������   " '   i .. y��������� ('  J yTJiree persons wer^badly ���������frozerivin^Brook-i  ly^^t-^nightl^-frp iatally^J Ai^&yhiiH* )thX  ���������- yjgg;  ���������I���������* SURVEYS AND PLANS^ECBTWxA'  xx /-yyy. '/My  ���������y,y   iy/n S*4/ -io L' .'le'l'Vi V P-   ��������� ������  ; ASUPPLY0FTH8  AT.WA^OW JBANh.      ;  ?Hr5-Y/  'iMA-UA,-!  fTHOHAS- Ft^TGHER^^ishes^taiMifofm^ihe  A%opeoplo ?of ��������� CafihdrP tbaV he Is prepared' to   ' : *''  .' Ir/f i; v/vyn^y:m-'iry^yx- - . .^r'^  ���������?������.*���������  CAST   ALbV KINOS; t)Jr^BRAS+8  V������^-^ -vWO'rtK",(i-V'v"rVl?-,'1  U^^y t^Jis Vi-'1 -"At the shortest notice?* ���������A-i'Al'i *V^f'Av  t^hyA.'Jdyii *tx\   xy/riji  y/Ayvyp  /  ���������^-BQXESi keptlofohsnia^  f '   V ,������" -.. Vn reasonable terms,.,.,���������;; [ -.. .  JBSfi Ordeirs leftiat Mr Kelly ^/Barker yille,;  mUibeattend'ed'-te.^^ '^ p-"i  V!y  .The StorPiisalso^^phljo<j ^Ith.a ffonornl nasoytbent  of' Goods'*Vh'icli h e -1 n tends ,to selt at a: small profit vox  ^���������:.,y;-> 4y, :.y.u7 ;,y> fini-i^''-y"-^-   J' Auu yxxM>{  P *-:'" y-   " -;y V   ���������'.���������,���������;'���������- ;i,V]n-4!!y7!i?lr',y^i'!  v Fletcher's Heating Appi.ra tus with Hot Al r  / '      ��������� -. v     - yy -<7*7f7 i'VVil/i;T  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel and labor.  and ��������� ^eFsen^ihefda ngerjorJflre. )tt-lis"."as. well*adapted  for J?tian-houspv8as���������0r\5.in^y.,hnlhlIngs,;is.cheap, anp  is wamht'en' f*obrg I ve-'hntjr^ sat is lac tion VI '! AX' '  ��������� Last'Ohahcel Iii������jlvtnir^ Greek.'-ll1 M "  !/; '   '���������' '  v, |,.w Governber 211872 rA 'x Ayx XH**���������> ^? ^W^  ���������^ii'ri'f  rooT/\xf'  :t?l  ,i U  mm  ������������������*>���������,*���������* i;i  rl  - f.P'  ' ���������;.-':^1 tyy  s,;p:y^:.^^l0^7,,i  Ji l."  v         ' '���������"    . j...  ..��������� ..:. v$y--zXk  :?���������'  ������l^t  K'y'v T.v.> .JV^'''':*:'S^������wii^-'t  .-j .���������'���������?''  i'Vjl  cBE^'HtPEERINS'  r.-titdebrateid;  ttW  WOR.CE ST Eft S Ml R E - 8AOCE  :.!���������*  ��������� . D.cclarcd by Con'noJ8Se.ilri������t.������..'Jb��������� a.}.,������:���������, 7...,.  THE'6nlV' Gb6BVSAXJCE.f y> V  ���������>.���������������. ?  r-r-m^chlne^fe^Fam  :   ;������b;set^m j^s^^  v,;. ii^on't not,���������wprki.ng?.^veJU������^i^^SV^^"  ���������      OREGON,    v -V:y*1' ������'��������� -:V'^.  IDAHO,.-'���������'������������������, ,y-\,  ;;;:-***  vr.V) ''ALASI^Al^ ^iJ-^tfu-^m^oi''-*1* 'vV ��������� ���������  ;(- i- '.���������,.j tr   a /��������� ������������������ ������������������*������������������ '������������������ >.:., .;���������' ": .> ���������  BRITISH COLUMBIA;  I'  . Or CHINA^f'lhfdrmed of^ftjl.^lj^;;;.  ;^X;.jt,;yitJ[0Ul.r^xVw ^. ���������  .      fiAH'-fWAfHGi&CO'yp&Vt  .y i'y.yX.  :!.%~  ������������������-. :*'���������'  Send for Circulars'; and gambles" of  theEWerte^<rtiy>rA^^  y every  YH)  ���������;f^';ia  Under; ternporary, n rranfirempn t ��������� .��������� fpTi ��������� cpavey^, 5  1 ���������:��������� !"    "  'ahceof ihe:'.ifailsrfrom iPy/y-yyih  C^aclie (Jreek to Okanaga^ j  >'*&\ ������������������>���������  ;; -Gautto 11'against,'^*raUjd.-fThe .������ucceesovr, this,,  in ng f'f U el i ci o lis a lid * *-n ririyo lied Ccn^il i m tint, lia viaa'  causetf certain flealers to apply the namiitit'* ^orceB;  ters 11 pO: S ?iu co���������'] to th ei); ow h: inferior compound s,' the  pu b I i c' i b b e re h'jg i h Co rin ed th a t th t on 1 y way: to pro*.  cur������^th'eg1ehuihe,;'isto :'!'teP}y\Py&y,l f:. --P lPl .'7o  ASKI^^'IMa &;:PEBBiKS' isAubk  ���������:'.RESTAURANT'  THIS ttU) 'AND WELT.-KNOWN1 ESTABLISHMENT  is always supplied with tho best bf "everything  tliat, can be "procured in Cariboo; ���������": ;  Board; v?  BosUhi, Dec. 27r���������Tbe ship Peruvian was  lost off Ouba with- all hands.   - ;  . j  New York,' Beo! 30^-Weather' clear and  pleasaM . .The East and''IJortu'"hvpm! are  '���������7y���������:;.:!   ''y-.y-?rheCGlebrated   -fy-x Vy:'W  'FRESH   GROUND   COFFEE,  A rq per for article to any v/hicli enn bo had from* b������.  low; Roasted uod 0round on the premises from,-the  hlsKtaplcctodbcriies, and" 'warranted free from adul  erOimi,   y    "  jcl7i ,,,.      :. '     *���������'  7. G. C100.DJ0N' '  and to see that tltci r mi meg aro upon thb wrapper  f>A*nKL81aTOi,PBrMandno,n'i.B.i ;: .    y-  Sonieof the foreign; markets hay ing been supplied,  witha spurious AV(>rcestcrs.hirVSauce.upoii tho wrap ,  per and labols'o'l which tho nameR of Lea and Perrihs  ha v e ��������� b oen forge d y X������ ."an d i P." give: notice that they  have (urnished their.correspondents with power ol  Utorney toiuke instant proceedings agninst ma.vu-  pAGTCrkra an d' vKXpon s b i' b uch, 0r any oilier j mi ta-  [Wsbywhicht he i it fg M may b 01 n fr 1 ng e d.( :. ;  Ask for LEA <fc~ PEEEINS' Sance and��������� see  ,   Name on 'Wrapped������ Label��������� Bottle, and  "��������� Stopper.    ���������:������������������".' f������*r*"*-! ������������������'   ��������� ;,-;  Wholesale and for export by the Proprleiorg, Wot-  cesterr;Crt������ss.e;uid Blackw^U.London j&c, &c.������'.'  hvGrocerpain'Oiimen universally  The ttiidereigriefi has^^ placefj n, line pfvPnssen-,  j.V A. ;per ������tage8; oil the, ���������*  1 Rh nn \oriti n * cl nw������ con npction w ith th e Stagpe; lp  ivom Yale.to.Bhrkeyvi 11 e. \Av-A.y "A *>/:l'&'  1, \Personft: visi 11 i\r* ihe Oftanagan District wi 11-  i(jn<i this byjfarilie most convenient rnod& of *': ���������-  traveL-��������������������������� KAv. *>���������-���������{���������-. 1 lyx-"���������  ysU'XA* *:* -A& z~:\*'">**>  *3^:-Stapea lea ve Cnche Greek oh Wednes- A  day mornings at 10 o'clock, .Arid* will relnni '  the following Whek'.ih timerto c.onhect with' if<  the Stages)going North and'South.?  ^   .-��������� -A y '������������������  i/u jy.--  Will be transacted Over tbri route.   Freight1  carried/   'Parcels' delivered.^   Coramfssfpns  executed.   Collections made.  . au24 2m Fv J. BARNARD & CO.  S HEREBY GIVEN THAT ^ K APPLICATION WILL  ' : be mado n t the next Session' of the Pari iii men t of  liri*ish Columbia for;in,Act to be called TbeiVilHams  Creek Fro iBrurade Protection Act,; for the purpose of  iudemuifyiug Members of Jsaid Fire Company and  Vol u n te/ra - wh om . iho Offlccrs of f ������aid Com pany. ma.v  call upoii to.Wsistfhem iii the extinction of i? fire, or  in the -rorooval ot- any erection,'edifice, or building  wbicb it may reasonably, bo^ deemed expedient to remove   due legai'd being had to the safety of tho ad'  jficent property :   ProvhIfld a 1 waySj that in the dp.  sti dction'or removal ef property aforesaid the Imrhn*  nities hereinbefore given shall not extend .to any per-  Rr>n who shall act in Much removal eoritrnry or-without  th 0 ord or, of t li e' .C?ipt������i nyls t or 2d Li eu tenant, or such  othfT Offlc'T"asimay bo in command.  . On behalf of the'Willi hms Creek Fire Brigido,  :������������������,!,,-   ,:    ���������"������������������*��������� JOSRPH'DENNY, Captain1.      :  . .GKOROB BVRNKS, 1st UmL y.  G. VAILL^fCOUK, 2ftXWqfc.y: f  Barkerville,A$m, 15, Xf;I#,' y   a%9������wv  RBprepnredS to furnish Lumber; at'thoirlSMllls/;  illiarn Creek, or .deliver jt to order.. 7.: : r:/'���������  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  cjieek. - y  ~ Havln? a Planin^Machino, in: operation. they [wir-*"^>V1  alsoturnish '     '. , A'$je*mvA*  ...    r,.     .'���������������������������    .i-tV"  '���������" i  at sadsfaotOTy S^&  mil  ' A.


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