BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Cariboo Sentinel Jul 22, 1871

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcariboosen-1.0170770.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcariboosen-1.0170770.json
JSON-LD: xcariboosen-1.0170770-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcariboosen-1.0170770-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcariboosen-1.0170770-rdf.json
Turtle: xcariboosen-1.0170770-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcariboosen-1.0170770-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcariboosen-1.0170770-source.json
Full Text
xcariboosen-1.0170770-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcariboosen-1.0170770.ris

Full Text

 i '.'���������������������������  f,  1  H  Pi  ���������  1  1111  ini  R!SK  -   m  ���������1������A  H  V  m  m  mm  m  m  B  P������  ������W  Ess*  Hi  h ..  -r^^^^^^^^W^^^Z'] ���������'��������� Aa Z^'Z}wZa^/  '���������j-'fi  ���������" ���������' ��������� '-<* #:^:';   ->  ;/--~v.^. ������^-.  ,/?.H>-7. 4.'.,-?.^v-  ���������    ;.;   i -.,   >;> -   :y,A'f     ��������� -!';:''>'!'  ,'w. '' ���������  -*'*  ' "'        /,    '-.r '-,-'Zi-  William-"Greek, BiOl/^atTirday/. Jid^ 02, 1871.  ;^-6  $T6 12.  v- RubHshed^every.i^aliiraay bj) '.;���������:  r o b-e^r'-t-Ij^^u^-^A:^  ^ufcsoriptibn, v-? r ��������� W Cents per Week.;  . V     V^KATES' 0������ ADVERTISING."; *  For onc^scifiare (one_ j nch)^fl r/?Vi nsprtion,  n      '. ���������' * - I ���������'������'"', . .on e ttiontht . -  For two squares, first insertion, >. -,;���������- ;-:  :- A A' *-'^^5;^',:":������^^m0^1^';:S;r.r.*;'"-^ :,':  :' 6;  8"  ^Agetti&fo^the^^d^ribqo/Sen^neU';'  ���������:y������^WjnlfI������V:?.^-v:  Quesnelmduth ,"5."' :"C>  SodaOf&eU,^   .-/:���������''    -,  aiiitbut   -     \    - ;   -  'Nf?w Westminster,. ?-*������������������-, \   ���������'- -  Vici-tfriny ���������'- ' ���������'��������� *' ��������� -'   * ���������/   '���������: !������ *���������'  : l.;^p.?;.iFishpr^'.:i,^;;;^  H udson &'��������� Men ct, ;-���������;.:  MrXW. IJudhart;: V  7-~ .'..;,TOrn������rd?S Express  .pi y.", / i ,jj a ruard's Express  '"' ^*VBarhafd's: Kxpress  ���������.-, do ������������������'.���������'. ������������������'    : du - ���������������������������  .'v.JohnMuri^y^'v  John Cdll.ens;  San Francisco  ;��������� New York;  the rate^of mortal] til|  London since XSSl, may be considered cor*  "���������'��������� -v-   -AA ���������'��������� -At'lA" -A/.'ly-^-iW -.AAA. , .-������������������ ly, \ : ���������������������������  L'������Ct. ,���������- ���������'-..-/'.,; ;';-���������.-. ��������� y. waa ������������������>. ������������������ .  ; ;,:The:nature of /tlie^ calculaiipn will be explained /in:%e. Census Report.; ItVw.1lI: be?  8tufficieht to Vtate h������re that itV wos ��������� marie /on  the: by p b fhefiis V tl i at t Jie'-p pp u lati tin, of; Hou d o n  f- in ereaserj: at^/a- decreasingV-rate^Vbolh/lhe;  rate;^fybor>a������e and its viite oXIdecrense bav^J  ing bee'tfrdeducerJ'from.themunbera'returned  at^ tbe; three;;pr:ev i p'iis jenii meralioitsv f  ���������*' The potoiatioQVjo^.lbree.':a'nd^is  szs  THE CARI BOO SENTJNEL'  .'  Card a. 0i'reiilars, Pollers and Pi'ograinrn es for  [A. B=f 11 s and. Theatrical,,^u ter taihni en ts,  --   y ��������� >A .;, ��������� I'*:   AAA* &'<ti vv   , - ' *    'L: w " ��������� i.  ^^S^ec uteri:wi i-li; n|af,ne;sfs. an^^ispateb .C&&-.  ���������    ��������� *? f * l*i*rma inodirafe. - -"������'** ���������. ..  TBEPOi'UI'ATI^  ���������.; Th e ������������������ f o ll^w.1 n e;:: bus "��������� b eenv: i ssn e'd.������������������������������������ fro ra th" e  <-^' ii en\ 1 l 'R ei*4fer_ ������ 0 (Ti cet'l Somersel-house.  dtiTMfl Jlay.iiM:' '  "r^  % ' LaZI      ���������   ������ *A  -;.-'': Up t<^i)iV*lpro������?rit^datel the ��������� population  has*: sineP tiK^ea^lStHi/beenvVepHmatedt'for  iiVl  inn'p'jW'3:'   l^riV.yeurs::naye:,elapsed since  ������������������'..-... ���������-.....    . ���������: ;������������������"'   , ,i.,Vv..i>W.vv.<' ������������������ ":;���������?������������������' "-^^V:..''  tlm 1 :\sI en\i;rii*ration, and -dnyinJr.��������� thpse'years  the irtV ty n p o ������i s' has ,8e������ ir" nia by ch arjgVsV Th at  it >was^sti11 - -fhereasIfe:, \vns' iey\\]ent, b\\t no  ������ pa ot1 re maj n ed. op (������ri, f o r,. n ew ,li on ses * i n tb e  cen ti-a I: purisbes'; \ ii ei* eft a n ts. trad e rs; an cl n ro ���������  ft^sipjial.rneni ha'fJ-je/ftJIlheir'imansi-pns,in me  :������������������ i j if's. ,of "Co ndo iv' a uil Wesl ini ris*tef"to" reside  po^latipff^^g^'ffirfe'0;;Wn6/'a (jnarterj  mill ion Jive- o ii J> 6 tb- sides of th e T bain es���������ex -  tending-along its 'banks from "Woolvvieb"np 'to  Ha m mersm iih, and across i ts. stream fro mi ���������,  Norwood to Hampstead-77over- 122r square  miles,;' on area rather greater than/a-squar^.  of 11 miles to the side. On an-average there  are/2,G69I,persons" to- a] square jni!e,:and,;aa  fri1 ly; a cer ta i ii! nu m b er o f r pea pie 1 i ve. b n a  giyen;:are'a;.itbecameevident'tnat the'Vosual  by pothesis of:-increase *m ,|a������geonietrical ^pro-,  gressidn w������ul4"no-longer apply,to the|rowtb'  .of London j'-. and in; consequence: the series.  waa'jcaiciite^^  used, in; the'weekly tables, arid-of ivliieb ��������� tb^  number; cited abpves is one: , Th ^closeness, of  tbe:estimate is another.examplfi of Mhe cony  stiincy of the laws which rule human: life and'.  derermineEnfflisb progress.     '* .  V,      -  ' -  ; 'vTbe increase.;-af .4bf ,P^Pp!^^n4P '^ ten  years 1861-7 l-was^TlY-^l^l VNo'P' ni an y^ cities  in the- wor)d-,h.a^e a-popii 1 a tion ���������pq aal- to. tit-Is'  in crease;of* thelme tropb teof ,vtlie'British';Enf-:  ,pire rn^ten.- years.7 : _: y ���������... ;��������� -t-.; ^ i :i ��������� \- - i''? ���������''  -i'4- " -'-:^ ������������������ ^-^^aV''%>.rA A *   % WW'WAlAl...fr -^  ! " "l   '    w \--'- *- ���������   '-���������   m .,������������������������������������--  ', '  V'.PATUS, COMMUNISTS.    !       -V1'  i M;: Al ph on se Dan.d e tpn bjisb essoin e sleet ch es  ih^he^mr^oftlie ^'Tn'cipal padsferiijimttni^ts  aa;ithey used to appear, at %e Gafe 'de;:]lladrid  ljt*Fpre, the; present:, re vol u tion, gave; .tbeni";- a  European^'IceiebriijrVV^bis cafe:;be^ysv;\vas  t lie. ������������������ b eaclq uar ters of ��������� tb e -1 i te r ar y v arid ��������� ar ti s ti c  ^Bolfemians b^lbejc^  new journal 6r novel, tb.e qpanjng of a sa-10n,:  be rerriuided irie, w.iih his profile jiUea cameo,  ' li is; fey et; is h' :ige& ti 1 res. his fan atica 1 ;��������� b i u e., ey es  looking so-yQung.under their; white lasbesy of  a cb ie f 0 f A fcd- el-Kad e r's r eg ii 1 ars" w bom '* I  knew in -Algeria,?. '/Finally, after Rbchefort  'had^ifouQderlV'the ��������� Sf arseilliiise,: tlie' ca ft* \vas  in n'tid a ted'* by a ci 6 wd b f si u d e.ii {s, i iii pro v ise ci  joiiriialists; ap Beptibllean pedaiVtsi, Wearing1  ���������St:' Jtist cravats and Robespierre' >yai^oo'ajs.;  Such are, the people, cone hides M.;Divurie.tv  who have for the last twelvemonth atteihpited'.  to-lead France:���������fPairMafl'Giizetite/ A AAA'l  7  / ;": yMlSOEIJpANEyiJSr,''//  p-EGS; TO ANNOUNCE -THA^ HE HAS: OPENED 'A  'AT'IsTANLET; ri :.--:LIGMiiN1S;:GREE^  ^XPRESSliis;rSTE;OIliJilS.'*ic.' '��������� "!'-'w!  ������������������ .1'     .���������'   ������������������ ���������:���������.-��������� i'..      ��������� ��������� ���������'���������'���������   -'��������� -. '"*,'������������������' \t--r:    i-'',���������' ���������������������������<���������.'��������� '- '���������������������������'. : ���������   '��������� ��������� ���������'."'- ^^ .'���������-'���������-. 1       . .'  JILT. I.EAyjS". BAUICERVIUiE SVEUyI WKEK^ *.  r ���������" conhcfciiiig! \vi th: Uiii:"; Steamors Sit'Quesnol-'  rauuthiaOU ;Yulo;::wllh-HVAfe jrAIU;;-EXPKEtf������! uuAA-  .Pussen^era ;- '. I A .   ���������  A    .   I a,       -.    ^ .,. ,.,%    *  :TOJJAYADB ^INTEliMEDkTB-PL  ^XGERDVy   ^JOHNSONS    ������."���������- i  ^Esprps:; and/ Slia^a|  iETTBBS, * TREASURE. VALUABLTS, '*   " ^ J'   L'  ���������,.,:,-\'    .-.-EXPKilSSS^R^JLGil^AMD PASSBNOKRi^  , //fA-T" ,&Erti.lf 0:E:D-;^r'A^ES;. ;;-"^  ���������v-^ta  MR--DAVID KTJRt/;1'^ STOKE,' ���������;  ' ;: ���������'"    ' BuiicorViila/   c '  A Tne������Tahle^G?il^always;,bo wpplied .Avlth^the- brst  ������'r'tVclts tlia t'-fiaii ��������� rife gof i u iCiin bob,'��������� a ud ilii) B ar. WI iii.  -Finest Wines,'  Liquors  ip^v:-,' ^anaj^:GigarsiA';:\;:^r vf  " " ''' ley /Miiiitlf' Ln'st Clinnotj C-fek,W   ' V  s    v    ������������������  ; .  v 'Arpi*il'20 1S71.  v' ' H...> J.r   ���������   -������������������������p22 ;  ;"-������ Stanl  *"} f\^ANtI>^VP-TER''THS :18.th ' WAY,. Tt-JV'StEAilBtt,5  :< I'M:   yiictor]^ v;jllj.  . p . ;   -    -     j   h\'m r ,',��������� < Ac.' -y 4  i    J''. :.LfeyE SODA GREEK l    ," A.  EVER Y Xb\U RS DA X 3M b RNING^  Cuauoctiugsuoxt*day.-with������the Steams Uj^'flinPRWlC^ *  '������������������:;���������''- 'V^.i -   at Cotton w^od.UanyuUi \; .v^ ^..f  K/������'   :s  I  J'.'/ :" \ J 0ST. REGErvIEiy"; ;.-   ,} :-s ::h-,.  ������������������('^v^A/;^''  ::fesi:fti;siiii  ::ea;s:ai-;^i  *l-isiij:-s  ������:s������������2![ii  On tbe il own :i ri p .o.v^ryj fV :=,,.:  AAffi  mym  y/mmwiiiy  AAaAaIA^iAIaA  AW  lH f-ij ' ��������� <*���������;  ���������Freight from Soda Cr(<ftk to:I/pptr Canyon>.. ,2% c1������.; V  .M������?-.������������������"Vi'i:Sa^u'^"'':: ' V'^'l?:������������������������������������';l'w\AA..i%'mA-l ���������  ���������Fnr<ifronijSoclitCrpck trj^fUppar.Cauyon.-,������������.??-.Mi.Ito,j  :Fijr,tt jTom (iuosuijl.to ',V''^''\ A'   ;**��������� V - \*, ��������� *;>���������..-'��������� ���������,*; V ,  "FariV: (ruiu-'BixlaX'nie\i to.'Quuand*:."... C..:. **. H ������������������������.'*.-r fi: .���������  ���������    Uu^slkjI, ik>-1-2, 1831a;,   ;>,,  ''���������     v;,-;t1   mySO   -^  i-? M';'������;K:  A largo supply of  lKw6od ibe.-.Honndan<������9,- andrjnanv^- rlwellmjrs, .* * : ���������    ������������������ ���������������������������������������������<��������� u *������- v    '   -1 ^ ��������� ��������� v ��������� ��������� 1 ���������  ,",!,.":   V   j.:  ������:;. V ��������� n .:i* <  ,:^'  ; A',-,. .-...-    w a qnarrel between two poets, a petit dneim  haft been <1 emrtl-isbed to'malce to0m f0r rait-  . 1     ���������. 1  ���������by-y.;', ty:]ia. :k. : ���������> *>-w *.; ,.,.; ���������������������������>:.    -���������, -i--J Ibe- ISl?  wa*:%������nit piih lie works������ iTtreblrHisVbaVe-e.^  eeede^l tbe,fieatIiS".year,!)^year,Amit.\xhe"';inj  ,e.rease of'Gondon' bas 'for generations been  lie pi; hp;- liy irtftt'iigr^tioh ;froni tbe'English  connties, from Wales,; from Scotland,; from  I rel a a d, an d < from' -to rei gn': nar ts;;: Had lb at  Ucle.^f.,+i^ppJg^ationy^^*;.re!*rd^A;<Mf. bad il  rolled'oriin ai{ineren);jng .flpod-!'-^;  ^VLpokinc^at tbe|infinUe yJ\riejfcy;o'f causes  of disim'bance. it.might,appear at first sight  i nfp 0 ssibl e td ca 1 du 1 at e^ y ears', beforeb and "tlie  jnbabitantsS)f. London; Y .TOe population iri  1861 wasTSOSVOSVV ^  So m e esti in ate w as; J n d i s pe ns ab 1 e, 0 tber wise  thei'ates"of -mbrtalityi coiild'snot- be peler-  m i n e d. Ac so rd 1 n gi y -an��������������� es t i m ated pop n 1 a-  ti on 0 f ho 1 id on f fo r tb e mi ddl e. Of ; tli e y e ar  1871 -was published iri tbe first weekly table  oWarmnry last.   ��������� i   ���������  }\ We baye no longer to rely, on (bat estimate. .Tbe superintendent registi ai sand  registrars have, by great zeal now iurnisbed  tbe actual'numbers of people enumerated in  the inr\trop6Jis on April 3.* an<J, itltbpughv the'  returns have yet to be revised at ibe, central  office,-His 1110ught righb to p.ub 1 isa<tbeir first  results in order to sbow how far they agree  rr ijtb; < b e? es ti in a tes; on win c li tb e -rates of m otv  tality are calculated.v    ���������'  vft Po p 111 ati 0 n 01 Ti 0 n d q n est i ni a ted in tbe  weekly tables for middle of year 1871,3.258,  469.. Populat-ion enumerated as living at  mirlnigbt on Sunday, 2d of April, 3.251.804.  Oalculuted for that- Sunday iujrlnV the estimate by the same "method is $.247.������31. which  d  Utii  xnitypf -Stf 'Oneh, ayec; effimon -drpi-  qp e He���������su cb \ we ro the great ^e ve n ts of' ib e  ling,:  '/ .^.-IiA-DlES-AND GENTLEMEN'S- " ���������'���������:  Amm, mmkm siifms.  ; I j^x^ew, {^ods:fwill'Vbe reeeived',every  wA'eb^ during, the season.yj^f'- : A     '   x  ���������y^mm^^BJOi^AAAy  'ilia^althoiigh th������cei������britf������8*f:ll.?Coy,yh.P*}j^fr8j������ i:kAW0^x  ' :yri",-WyAA'-liAA'.'A,  MFMM^A ilEACHAM' &'.N.ASON 0-r> proparflrt' >J,  M7VanitsUiv������a^er;a������' tlie)t-;i������lUlyf^Ulia^^'tk;!  or.'ttttiiyeriVtborcler.;- ^.���������     ^.^  . _ .  LtTMBim DELIVERED QN  LIGHTNIiya-  ' CREEK AT THE'SAME RATfiS^AS 02*  - -WILLIAM CEETSKl-^- '''"'"' "��������� ''/ ;*'///���������,';  Hav i n g:yk P la a 1 u g M a c h 1 h e 1 n0ppe'rat I oil X h cy wt|l  tils^nirnUltiress^liJuui^  W-wk  mune \vere;.������ mongr ;the.. most assiduous f re-  quentersof tbe.cafe,; hut these you humeri  lookeilUke anything';hutVd  seemed, thernselv^?;' to: &ye^flb:sa8piraimns/m  that; direction; ^yaUe������--':sippingV143;;ahsin tbe  chat ted', J attfifh ed and- looke^-ahon t for ty p os  for his hook Les Refract aires'; Re bad lalent,  * bu t Ms m i n d . wanted, el as ti c i ty a nd i tn a gi n:  at Ion, and' bis vocabu la ry was very ��������� ii n> i ted.  tb e wo rd s *' fi ags, rags and hay one ts" co mi n -r  up at every moment to %{?& a false sparkle  to bis phrases. At the same.tfine be b������d frreat  "individuality of. style, a ..certain joyous  ferocity, a wit 0 f his 0 w ti, .and a sii IT) ci eh I  k n 0 w led fife of, I i ter atn re, II e bad th e >M tt e )\  Umtjb.and the bilious eyes of the man whose  oM id hood w as u n b a p p y, a n d; w h 0. h en rs; a  grudge, to ^mankind becair.se when" he Was.  little be wore -ridiculous clothes made of his  father*s old- coats.", rsext. i0.Ta 11 pft1 used. i0  sit the stout painter .Coiirhet,"'���������.'��������� a c^rn >>\a  tional peasant, piftforl \i p w,itli pride. an d  beer." Vennore!t ** a ta 11.. tin n y o 1 j tb v/1 th  spectacles," walked about discribaling copies  of liis first- book. Paschal Cfrousset. '?&  curl e d d a n d y, w itti tb a t d e p 10 r; ib! 0 gi ft 0 f  wriling and conversation which is called  "facility," did" novels, chroniqni'S, and scientific/articles for the Figaro: ami aspired above  all tp make a noise in the world." Further  on   in tbe midst' 0f a gro\ 1 p 0 f arl tn'; rers.  ���������i'iS  ���������i .. i .::.^.OF TEE BEST-QUALITY,:v.,;.:  ��������� Fbrsft.lo.at tlieStrtro of (\\4 iimlorsisne'f! in Bbrk'er t  vilk'Op'iiojjiiietiie'Baiik.oi Bfiiisb.Co)umWia:,.,..,. .;. '���������.  ��������� ) ,/-    '-..��������� ���������   ���������'     r. ���������   -   ���������   \v; liESKiK:; ���������  ' {^10S!EVilBE^T0^������l-;:  as u?ual  VA*  ':^F:E:^:������;o;i-^r;>;;:  BARKER. VILLE, J  i^iotiMtiiiE:  : importer and Dealer hi  F.'lNE : H A V'AMA  "1!  might he seen Delescluse,:" rhe 'Kadji" or  hfers only 4,173 from the; enumerated popn-j democracy,", just returned from Cayenne,  ttion,* %his"slig-ht diilereucewili not affect ���������il D������licato and Jifervoui like i  an Arabia a, horse.  yigars and T.  'nm% A"������0V)5 ART,rCli.'CS- CAX1 B15 0B1AIXE0 IK  I. ;tml ������u(. of I3pn-t. ������! Liio Ujnioii of, llio purchaser,.  A gxtivrul HSB'jriiQviH of ���������'��������� . -...,.  :    ,8.M.-OJC;I.:N;G; V;A-E'iU, C..L.E S.V. -V..'  ��������� i^-r* ora * \r, iivm lhu XJr>pfcr" Q������u n try; pdisq |*t] prat  l,*?Il'.:.Cl( co.     r  ;. -,, ;..>iO. 47 yatks;strket;;"t ,~ ���������;  ;      (Opyosi ic tire B:; ak 0f ��������� 15ri I: Au HiA'bh Antf rick,)  : viotok'ia, y.i ;r.'iytfam  ix#  .CASAMArOIJV^V'GO'.,  '   Wholesale Dealers in ���������   ���������  G-rooeries, Provisions,   :  ana Cigars,  liinuors,  , ���������AID.PEEIGH  YATES'   ST&ET. '* -  m  i ACS.  '* ��������� VICTDKIA,' V.C.  ajjre&ia:  G-rcqeri^; Proy^ ;,'  '   . ���������' Liquors, '    ,  .' :'':*i-/y'l).Bf:iO.T\''FAO.:ii''..ZZ  *i  i *  Kofcertson   Stewart,  a/:- 'COMMISSION WEHCBANT/ ;���������.  WHARF'STRKOT,-   '-      -      -.'.--':  .;VICTOKIAf  . .Agent. for   British-. Columbia.'���������:       :  A nwM <$."%* l.ai^'l^'tnch,Cartraljrc^Cap*  1.1 "'J. F liS-t ai wa ys icV p I>. 011 ha 11 <i.  liiyTSm.  SYi  r������ST  iiiliieca -express  Tho nmln^cn Eatpresw will connect with Banrtrd*.  ?xi7rWA-su Q������"M'{ iTlM;,uli ;il!,i ^illiarKi;ruclE,^fe  ������m'lsafliUeil-er*wmbert;ciM?ed...   y;   :.*������������������-,: .-J. ;,���������   ,"  rt1*- -li "i>en -;rjd Ex.br.tt9 IiuMnfetftf ^arfuctcd.  ill Iju������������  rfe  >:!l EKHEEIHSEm  * 8 * tVt>-A/lVl.lM M:l��������� M , A I 1   > 8 ��������� '> 'c.ln.hl, inf^th** Hntninion   was celebrated  v; v Aov^'iTrs^'r^sr^  'SATURDAY. JULY 2_\ 1*71.  in BarkerviHi- by a������-ihite <������f twenty-one sun-  aid a j'������yoii'*. peal'of the fire b^M.C'MnmVhc  ji������*Z precPHv wb������*ft tht������ einek  told  tliat  tlie  .    :  \ j 1-9'th day of *U\iy and the lastday ������������* tH<������  es  Tbirteen voarp ar/o tbt* diwjowy of cold i^nre of the fudony'liad ^xpir^d.   D.'iri.Mj.*  TRANSITION,  on the Vialika of the Fra������������rcaused tlie formv  tion of h British colony  in  the pr������*vimi*ly  th** Micw^ding d ty*; our mi morons flag-tuffs  di^nbsy^d their ImnMnir fl'������aiiner piitv. -and ;������  jrenerAl  hoH<l;������v   w=m  idH*������rvpd.    No public  ;������.tniORt unknown wild* ' w������*t of the .^^r^l^'ihition wni attempted, tli* day hvvinz  >} on ntAliis.- Subsequent ly that colony war b'������*n worthily h<>nop������d '!* ah\inipa������lon on the  united witbV������ncoitver. inlaiyi. miice which first, hut in th** evening a number <������f impio  ihi-.ii������iife.l"i^������w^������^ httl- pr������>creB������. at ?��������� *������������?* *������' ^ ^ayof runnintr and jnmn  Wl.������o f������r b* incrniw of population** con- |bv |i|Rt ,cpmifltg fr,lJn v^rbi that he nrn-  cerned. WliiW* o'her. more accessible nnd;p(>fl^j enin,i celebration in Victoria had  better known colon leawere holding out. Pit* pro veil abortive.   Cariboo c������n teach a lesson  ���������nerior, Inducement? for ' iminigntien tlii&JR  not to. \m wondererl at; ;.b>iU now a new era  i������ about to comrhences in our history.   After  to our friends in the metropolis.  Fkom Ominkcv���������By some late nrriv 1  we  leafrn that the hiirh water was* wilisidfner. Hi������ri  h biief exwtence the colony of, British Colttfn-   pntne of ihe claim* on G*niu������n?en ere. kwere  'Thia is numbered anions: the.relics of the p:i������t.  jind i(.s-place t> supplied by a proTinceof'the  jp'Utiinion ot/Canada, The consummation of:  ���������thV object;we* have hp<*n'strangling to obtain  lor n'eiir'y four yea: ft hap been accomplished .  "TPfe look forward no longer, with anxiety and  m in ceft ai ti ty ?Xor .'.-file, im p t>r f am t d a y w h i ch i* t o  "witness our. enrolment, as a merwber of the  begin nine to work.   Tl-ere were rumor?, ot a  new ere*'k   Imvine been smirk.  -The  eoi'fi  ������l**nce in the future pros peri is 'of. the coun'rv  when pood road* are. made, e'ji Muii.i'g: C'eap  provi������ions, te very er'esii: am| thouir,i there  wa? keateelv anything tn be.nroeured for i<������ve:  or moo y. hut f������*w men ha VI  l������*ft. and   I here  were nVi'Oit 1000" men iiv: tlie dig-jjiog-s.    Sy I  vester. with lhe exf������iess, is expected flowri^i"  ik few ibivs.    The work on the n^w ti* ��������� il from"  AR1BO  ������TEL,  CFOUMEKLY HOTEL DE FRANCE.]  "BARKERVILLE.  ,  A. KELLY  T>K<tS to poftontic to bis Irion il? an������t t1������*������ public That  ' II b ��������� has t'Urcti sfti t!'������' 1MU ���������-���������%��������� hsr nc . B ik<r  viU*.'wlich Uu will ������pm iLia 1st July (Don.lui.a  U.>y), 1571.  COMFORTABLli) BEDROOMS!  GOOD BEDS!  BILLIARD  AND  BAGATRLLR^TAHIiES!  FIKS'T QUALITY I rQIKlUSioiGAriS!  .iyi  Varreat VCoufederatior.   It.haf������ come and <rone. <5?iJ:������r;t^ L#ke  1r  repurtetl   to  he gi\h* on  ahd. now -we can. breathe freely, rejoicing in ; fa -orably.    Hie  Enter prise was /propresyitu  up SiuartVriver towards the lake.  'T?FP  *OR <)mink<3a~ ������S-verai  parties  have  the rrond   posiffon  we orci^py.     Thirteen  vearftis but a.ptinr.t period4 in the life an'l hia-  10ry of a h'��������� i'i<������o ':��������� n������t the thirteeu��������������� years of; left here tins week for the N������>rihern digi?ing<*,  4trttgjifle<i and- difficnUien'which"we U������#ve crone ; among others Wt R. A. Mr'-wn. who-;lm������ re  WAKE>UF-JAKE  RESTAURANT  AND   BAKERY.  rpmsoy-b and wbu.-known e?tam.i?hment  1     U .ihvay.-? eU|i|Ui������u wilji the  btsl ol  everythiag  iha. ran be procur.jo iu C������rib'0<)������ v  Board, -. - $12 per Week.  Single Meals,; - - -V- $1.  'a  tV5w?������.li; ip:; Pritinh Ophimhia have witnessed  <b tup en do n ft r h * n yes in Bfiti sh N������ ������rt h A m eri ea:  A new nation haft "Vieen Vh'orn.���������di.ftrnnnected  ���������CO \oo1 e% with . d I rerse.: i n teres ������a ��������� h a ve b eeh  Tuiited,-1he���������������������������aat prairtepof the Northwest  Vhave heen thrown open to the settler.���������a  *bi������vd of union hWft.been rivet*ed which, with  ���������prudent conofteW nnd the earnest co.oner-  at ion of th^di Pfe.re at tp������������m'ber������ of the Ooiifed  '"^���������raf'iori); Tnust'; ineyita'hlir hnlMup a m'ghtf  -pow������������r in the future, at-fhe s^me tirne;'Hdy"nn������-  inc eacli  a'i>.������r:ite nrorin^e.  to a^ rank and���������{httHV'U)g  w\^  h|m  ttie' "Wt'"wiftbes   of   hia  ceived * Government1 appointment^ Mr JaK.  C'a -ke; who w..^'dnir to ������s hli^h a hrauch  titiHnii'h'/n"iiftin'e������ift f'������r .;>f. -si's. R Pcaiwm B-n  of Barker ville- aiKl Mr C. M^Callnni. wh������������  intends opening a clothing and tailoring  fttore. . ���������-)  -1'-   ;. ��������� "        ���������-.' -  FiiKfOHT ARRtyiNO. ������������������Seteral teams arrived  thin  week,  namely.  Anderson'* teams from  Yale, .with machinery for.the Lnne <fe-Kurris  C.Jn':; Rydei:V; DronctienuV and Snerry.V, with  jrmenii inereha*ulize. frinn QnehheSnao.uth. for  It'B Co.,Oppehheimer Bros and other parties.  Rkv/T. Demuck t������ave> to dtiy for Nahaimo,  y������o������tioiii which  could never otherwise have  been attained."  Til k K attjw at. SrnyKT-fThe ft dinging: jren-  1lemeii.eotitiecied/with the ftirveys aoiuit. to  he-iindertalcen f->f the Cnnnrlian Pacific  Rail  way itrryed in. Victoria ������������n July 9th : Mew������������.  ���������0 en. 'Watt,   Ooni nii^ary   and    Pay m?V>t������*r ;  '^Rl'ierwood  Kail. A^'istsiiil eo.:   Walter Mo  WrW. G.E.:   R. McLennan. (IE: J  A. Ma  fe- ;hnodv'C;R :;rf: Rickey.,0.,Bi-:--U:-N:,R4������"eRiimei-  K <i'SA: M. ^j&Mx^&Ky^ ;������������������: A.  5} o r,i el 1 an.'������l: .0 tl t\\ e. a Ho ye V Mens rs.; M o \ 'erley  .nnd Oilfeft'e7nre^jmilwfito".alt old fe^HJeVHs  in British Go 111mhin. A mimVier'.nf men/-haye  been en jra gep j u %\ei ori a to a ceo wi n a n y . the  . -an ry e y i ng.; parti es J n v,a rip i is cWp ar: i f i es,, and  ., we_������u hde'rst'���������}nd I th������<X..prr;jnjrenients have been  ���������'.-.������p ade w11b Ra rn alr*V* Ex press! to con vey 1S0Q  men frVim. ITa 1 e iinm ed}ately. ; One; :of tht*  i^trties will;. He, Vat Qiie.-inel. we! presume for  the siirvey of: the Leather��������� Pa?s. ; What roiite  ?v i 11 h*v iitI o nt e d ���������* a re a e! i: Te t e J a u n e Ca" c * ��������� e  fnim Que&nelnioii11������". w e can. ;nnt ������a,y, bnt;��������� rh nst  . ���������?* po h a b I y a t 1 east P fi or H on of:: th e nart y ivil 1  T'n.Hfiw no ibn Frnser. ������nd we should think it  .vnitd--.he advisable if a-detarhment wet'e t*������  jvrneeed di recti v in .an eiistern con t������e. iiy way  of William cre.ek. which wou*d demotistrote  . the feHsibility of the route hence through  Doniiifton Pass.    A telegrain was received  a  " )(jw days hgo bv a.gentleman in B������rkerviVe  innking -iinquiri������������sif Fred. Black would wish  ro accept en engagement. Mr B h-inc. tfow  **v**r. in Dntifeca ft will be impossible to  Keen re bis.vMnahle- a^sistanoe at pre������ent.. ���������  I/omimok Fi At:���������On the 1st of July a band-  w*me Dotiiinlcn flap, said to he the fir.������t in, the  rolony. was nresen^ed by J)r. Powell to  the  Firemen <>t Yietoria.   Now. thon'gh this may  t>robsiblv he lhe'f}"st proper fig of the sort,  h may not he ������en������'riiHy known th������w we  have  ���������* fiajr of <uir own in Cariboo which has done  ���������duly for years, and, w������si������i|>rov'S**d  bv local  Vr.d-j before  we knew  ub.������t. the P.������mmion  Sep actUMlly wms. and  which  jylll, we  tm������tt  lie hiTe*ifter ni'e������erved a** a.memento like the  old ' Bear fae^ fn CalifV.rnm, made before  ihe American occupa Hon out of h ft air Rack.  On*" %'Ap eontRins a heaver, surrounded h'v a  *\;r**ttri of mep]e leaves on a white ground io  th* centre of the British  Kns������gn. and pti!l  jSr.fjt? 'rroudfy- from  our Donrnion pole.   It  wa* pofp*"d hr the late W* W. 'Hi I .who nn-  fnrtr,nf������i**'v did  n������t .fttiriW; to im the f**^  im}ion of his hopes.  T2& Tm*m$������?ti���������0n Saturday faq' *t������e  WfStJpw party reached Rjirkerville, and the  l$mk sow Ic goo4 w^iltijig kr&tr ttarou^t*  numerous C-aril������oo frien'ds Rev. Mr. ILdl.  hi������ successor, wi ! probably arrive by next  express .'���������' ������  Tub Aurm Rkt.L hm beef^ safely raised to  it* pbjce ip .the heilry huilt for the purpose  on .(be ii)::������f ot the engine house, wbeie we  tret*! it will long return without its waintug  notes.being required for a serious cause.  new advl:h;iusements.  if*  DT'KlSO "StV ABSENCfi, MR JOHN BTBBT, wlm  liil;s -my Pu'wer of ...Attorney,- will c^;��������������� ou'tniy  business, in'-'BurkervilU��������� ,a������  Tinsmith   hh i  Suiye  vlcurgr: . .:' 'All I' ���������������������������-..: li. A A  SANDERSON VEAKGYA  IBihi My, 18ft. , syTZlin  THEATRE   ROYAI  MANAGER-  StJORBrARV,  K. -TRARSON.  0..N. MARSHALL  .Th������C*:l:-briied ��������� ��������������������������� . ������������������ <- .  FRESH   GROUND    COFF������E,  A Pup%rl������������rRriicl*'t6 nny Which do b'������ha*1 U*-m be  luWj.R MRteil stad'.flrmiRo on. the j>r.:iols-s .tran tju*.  best selected b-nUs, kq4 w:.rr.tntcd iree :r:������m a :ui.  ter-itioDv> ������������������.������������������' .-.-..  j.17 J: G:;GOOnON������f;  BSMITOF 1S1_S;.P. PAIIE1.  Saturday"'Even-g, July 29,  T'H S    CARIBOO    AM ATBUltS  Will give ah (milttninmmX, dmmtndhg with the  highly nmu.^ia^ Fare������s oi"  .  SKETCHES IN' INDIA.  Mr H. McD.-t.tiott  II MS. l^i r- n  Mr <3   N. ManUmtl.  ilrF  hrr^t.  Mr.J. 8   T-vmipsi-n  Ti 'r nc ��������� WTn-������')iL  Mrxri.P. P .rkor,  Mi 1.4 Fttr. Jjhs  Sir-Mathew Scri^fi,     -  Gfpoi n I> rrmgitui, ' ���������  Cp;. Mil. n,        ���������      ���������      ���������  T������������rn Tap ,  , ���������       -       ���������  Count fil������rl:uxf    -  Lr?v Sflr^gs,      .  MlflS Silly gteftggs,       -  P������4������ltnt         ���������      -���������.*������������������  To he Rrllnwal by a cherlco  Musical Eatertaiiiment.  f^U'Fartlcui^rs liereafttr.  T D ":ra op n at *.fcO; prlVmwanee to commence m  h o'cl ck.  A .nmm ny $1} R^S'rved s^ats, $1 50.   Tickets Tr  i the Re.^TVijvl H������atsciD he obt������intfd of Mr Marshall,  Rirki'rvilliv  Bankruptcy Notice;, : ;���������  iTTHEREAS n petition for tin sHjadlcatiob. or Bnnk.  \ T ruplcy was <>h tbo 2'ls?t. lay of Juins* 1871, tilw!  in H-t M j-stv's C'tmty .Court ������������t; BnUsh O-luniMa  i>y Makvs.v P. Elmokk, un<er wl.ich uV sj! ' Murviii  P: RI more, has hocn siijuVfretl bankrupt. N"M<v: is  hereby giv<-n that Marvin P. ElmtTi* in bvr by required to FurrenslcF to.the abt.vr b������ttiefl������C-iirt at'the  flr>-t meetiug of cr*:ti<*ra t<������ b'k b'<i-J bolOr* tin*, said  C- urt on.th*; 28th nay ui Jnn \ i������iBt,iutt at 11 u'eluclc  'hi thffor-notu pr cipcly, iit-Itiehfief���������:; an > al-^o to tin-  Court ijj the 21������t ti������y of S ptvmbi r n xt <vn.suin;.:,  at Queen l.-th-uth, wh.n ami whortj the s;ii . B;*q .rupt  is rrquired ta suit"Uier to pass 1:1s 84-cmi4. exuniu-  anon.  Al the"first meeting -of cro/itors tbe Refristr-������r will  reci'ivc."tliv proof ot* the -lebts ������������t; tbr rr A')1*:1"** an;' t'"'  cr< Al in ������ya in y choose. an Assi %h ?c < >r Assi^j ci;8 of Ui*;  B niknspt'fi estate JiBti MlTcifi. At the &���������������*;! silling  pTiM 11 a of 'i ���������;*!> ts of cr.s. i t < r ��������� will ������lsrf. be r< c -i jw,������l, ;������n'  tin������ B thumpt .will be r^quir���������������-rt- to ?uKt������it'to Ha. 'xAnU  iri'vl an<i turn- k������ ������ full -������N ifrclHsur'* --, saU r".?sc������, y' ry ol  .11 iiis estate an i effocts,'tm������i to fiiiiBh ��������� his cxaiain-  ���������a&Mti'y ���������������������������-   "���������     '-A' '���������'��������� '. :���������"'���������-.������������������-..;. ���������  > oiico is hIpo giv n to all��������� persons in;'t*h.te/V to t lie  s:������i' B "inlcrupt'.or t:?at li;v^ ������ny.oi his i^fl'f cts. not to  ���������' f Hv; r thi! kmo hut to4am t:a'Li^nsiy , of Ric' fli 1 :.���������,,  Olflci 1 .:-4A.ssisai'���������<���������,��������� whom thi; & uri; has .appoint'?':, antl  <?iv ��������� riotibS tti Johv G, Bar ������.sto ,; Solicit'r,1 of Rich  a,'ld.'"'.-   AA,     ���������..���������,.���������'.:'    -���������'���������;   '������������������;���������   '--   lAA::t  JAMKS LINDSAY^.   ;;  R>vfstr������*r>4i*i Oilici'il Asrknee  -��������� Riohfl"! 1, June 30th, 1871- jyl rd  MO 1ST E Y    O ED E B S  Dissolution of Partnership  7 E, THB UKBRRPIGKBD, heretofore doin* bufil-  \ n*-R it il**- 127 Mil! Hod* , on the l.illoo^t-  Al������rxaiid ia Waggon Ro.n % under het:tie of WRIGHT  k PKATf, h v������* this day di3<������tve I paruiowhip by  i������iU:Uil c ns at.  All p Ties indebted to paid Firm ff !!pl 'ase settle  vit Mrl>''Vii Prait, who willpiy.ai ebtaagaiarft  i, e.-aia Firm.  I>AVIT> PRATT.  *** li% jru    t iri iw  0NT A>D APrBBTHB 1st OF MAY, 1871, MONEY  Or i*w will bi-��������� i;:Ku on ibe Unit-u Kinud^m  Uy the Pi'HI Ollices at-CARIBOO, New We.stmiasUr  aad \ictoria.  RATES OF COMMISSION AS FOLLOWS :  ���������������   Not ov; r ,������2,     ���������       -���������...'*       .       jdfiu ntfl.  .Ov������tJ&2 and not i*������cijeding <������5,    'Seems.  Ov r    o, r.D-< ii"t i-xoeeaing     7,     7i eeuis.  Ov r    7, iUd u;H execedmg   10,   ��������� $i  No migie or er will bo grouted for uvn\j than ������10.  No Or-sew.'wU'l be iavu d on the.u������y the ALtil U  madttup.  ���������  By cowman', ���������     y  A. T. H-USHBT, Acting P.M.G.  Njw We^tminstj, 251 h April, IS 71.  In j'Cc rdancc with tbe above nctice, M0NBY  ORi.iKRS will be Um ������l on the United Kingdom by  t bo Pusl Oilier at CuriUoo.  JOHM BO WHO  ,  Jol7i.rt Aotiug ivititmuster  Steam   Engine  for  Sale.  TWKNTY   H0R3K    COU'PLED    HORIZONTAL  Kn^iue ana a*.ll r.  with or withoui iioistiug  jje.ir. ���������als ���������  Tho MACHINERY FOR A FLOCK MILL, omplote.  Far purticularti, apply t* jfiiiWiRJ) VVILStbN.��������� cr to  A. JtUN-TKR.  ������ " YifetrU.  NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS.  Ho! for Cariboo and  BAUNARD'S STAGES  MARK THE BEST TIME1  . DjilVE; TJIK BKST STOCK!  USE TIlE BEST COACHES!  H A VK.TH E MOST COMPETENT DRIVERS  CARRY THE MOST PASSENGERS!  ,    DO THE LARGEST BUSINESS!  And guuruniee to connect with the Steamers  at tn*eh rnd.'  Lonve Bnrk������*rvilitf on Afonrlny  Ht Six ti.m.. tvacli Yale Timrmlay  at. Six p.m., and anivent Vic-  loria on Stiihrdity at Four p.m.,-  FOUR DAYS AHEAD  .Mo  MAILS!  /W..REME.MBER-. THIS ! *&g  TntvHlHr* Ly th.V FAST LINE SAVS  F \U)M T W ELY E TO 1>ir EN1Y; Dpi LA MS  hy riut iuiteridg, aa other lines do, oil ibis  road*' - ���������   '  je!7 F. J. BARNARD.  OS-,  YALE AND BARKERVILLE,     .  Importers, Wholesale and  Retail Dealers in  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, .   . ���������  WINES & LIQUORS, -"%\  DRY GOODS; CLOTHING,'  HATS & CATS,  BOOTS & SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  CIGARS <fc TOBACCO,  STATIONERY,  HARDWARE & CROCKERY.  And a complete,.uasfirtinent of  Oj������p nbeiiher Br������������8. beg toihform Trader?, Min rs  . t u ��������������������������� F������ riiifxa r^ui ri ii^ ������ atw k oi Q i km Ib ] t iutt th ey  \v .��������������� I it 1 irge and wil sel. cte'd afiWtm>tit, and aff������  pr-piired to s ii ai the 'Lowest;H:<rlcv't l*iic*JW"  &** We i n vi te i n s poo l im of cur. St( cfe b c f f ���������re"|itir������  ciutsing olst'wli������'.r������.  ������B������ N15W GOODS arohfitog rc^lvod eoBtiaualljf.  '. " > ���������    '        ''"��������� " .���������;���������������������������  Fresh Ranch Butter/  OF BEST QUALITY,  RECEIVED   BY   EVERY  EXPRESS.  OPPENHEIMER   BRO$.  nly27 3ia .;'-:���������;.���������:. ''"  kP  Restaurant & Saloon  pKO TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE REMOVE������  I> u> tiif>'|i-:{:i us \)Ti.-mises lomarly known us tb*  Sf. G"oTf<tt B-ltv.n, wbcrtf tbty will 'be-at all tiujyfl  prcp.roU to luruish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  T*   BAH       fumfebed with th* flaust WIKE8fr  LIQUORS und-CKMK.*.      .  $12 per Week.  jcl7 lm.  COMMISSION, STORAGE.  AND  AS  ������BBt  m X  1  \  \  E35ST  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY."JULY 2> ;187I.  PASSENGERS "  Ry Barnard V Express, ar rived Thursday,  20thi July.��������� From Yh!��������������� Rev. brother Mnxay.  to 144-niil* bouse : Mr J. M Bohann'm. Mr J  G. Green, Mrs Neati Vnd two children* to  Qn esnel mouth ;  Miss R Ed Wards. Messrs. N-  Cii'rtfn. X H. Turner. J. Smith. G. A. Vigeioln,  J. Newliind. to Karkerville.   From Quesnel  month to Barkerviller-Mrs, Neufel def, Messrs  Bel nap ami Torrence.      ..,,..  By extra Stage from Yale t# Soda creek-  Six pis*engers. (  By Barnard V do wnExpress. July 16.���������To  Qiie������iielraouth ���������Mr R. A. Brown. To Yale -  Messrs. F. Orel ley and A. Sneddon; Miss M.  Ward. Miss Rosa Hiub. Miss Emmi. Mia������  Su������������n Yako. Miss Li'ddie. From Quesnel-  month���������Mr Charles. H.B.C.. and daughter.  Ur Ogden.  ���������By Gerow & Johnson's Express, arrived  JlVt Juy��������� Froin Yale-Mr G.G Gerow.fo  Barkerville. Two (/bin 4 men, to Van winkle ;  two passenger* to .Clinton.-,one to Like La  i\ iche, and three way passengers to Barker-  Tille. ' ly, ��������� y ���������   ���������',' "���������'���������   -  ���������By Gerow& Johnson's down Express, 16th  Jiiiv-Mr and Mr* L Wilde, to Yale. The  McGinley Minstrel.Troupe, to Quesnelmoutb.  SUPREME COURT.  CARIBOO A&UZKS.  ��������� f?b������ Hon Mr Ju^'icp Cmasr, presiding ]  Friday. July 2L 1871.  The Supreme Court wa������ opened at Rich-  fleld at H o'clock, and the fallowing gentle  men sworn pn the Grand Jury: J. S. Thump  son. foreman ;  J. H. Todd. W\ A. Meacham.  MINING COURT,  . fBefore H. II. B.avE'q t Gobi Commission r.)  Wki>xk������dat, July 19,1871.  "McLaughlin Co. vs. M..Smjth -Suit to com-  pel defendant to all<������w plaintiff* to take fifiy  inches of water from Walker's piilcb.andto  pay $100 for damages lor having deprived  MINING INTELLIGENCE."  WriJJAM'CKKKX.  The Forest Rose, last week worked lew  than half Jime owing to the>tfike of the Chi-  fiamen Thev -washed up 103 oz The Bat-  la rat co. washed 93/oz:. Some of the hydraulic claims arVcommencing to clean up. and  n* the water is diminishing rapidly there will  Not bemuch more piping done for sometime  except in the Bedrock Flnine co/s claims.  STOUT GUFiCff.  The; Golden Hone co. are preparing to  clean up the groundthey"have stripped. The i which  had not* yet apnarent.lv  acquired, a  proper respect for our  l>ws.' \From reading  the deposiuona he did not Hilt ripate thai the  f>.Kur% F. Lallier. Win. Davison, ������F. Neu  felder. C. C Lane, T. Elwyn. N. F. Foster. J.  Nutt. I. Oppenheimer. John Pol mere; T. R.  Partullo, Wm. Forrist, S. A. RopersT. R. li  Brown.  His Lordship in addressing the Grand Jury  said that the day for the silting of the Conn  had been altered.from that, preceding on nc- joj'^jtiintifls"di'  count of the 20th having been proclaimed as  !{lt;T worjie<j .,|  a public holiday, being the'day on which  British Columbia  became a province of the  Dominion of Canada, and he had rameh pleas  ore in meeting the fHt Grand .Jury snoi  *noned on the.first Assizes held in the pro  tjince after its admi^ion.    Me considered  that a glorious future was approaching under  the new state of affairs.' whieh.be himself had  shared in-bringing about.   The laws of  Can-  ada. which were even more British than those  of British Columbia, were now in fore", ex  cept where ihere weie loc������l acts applicable-..  and he anticipated  that  they would afford  much satisfaction in the administration of ju ���������-  tice.   The old colonial laws bad been codifi-o)  and arranged in such a form that, every oini  cam I d see a t once w hat  I a ws  were  still   511  force, for which much credit, was due to the  late Attorney Genend.  who had  since received a higher appoiiOm-fjt.and ihe Ventie-  mat! at present temporarily filling that office.  He regretted thai she oajendar whs an  tutii-  sually heavy one. comprising nne, ind!cirn.ent  for the moat serious off-nce in ������he eyes of  God and man; murder ;-three tor ststilling.one  for robbery and one far bre king into a fin use  with intent to steal.   Th-.-re was. however.  one satisfaction that ibe  unities a censed  in  ever?  case but one were Chinese���������,a race  them ot the use tif-'Mame since 10'b July.  Plaintiff* in October. *o9. recorded the  right to filty inches water from Walker'*  gulch,to be taken iii a ditch to their claim on  William creek. The ditch was dug in Ib70.  and completed a few weekR b fore rtie close  ol ihe mining season, In M-ty. 1H70. a com-  i,M\\t called the Last. Trial co., located  ground on the gulch below tbe present head  ch ; defendant was a member;  ! summer, and in the fall some  of the members abandoned tbe ground but  others worked till frozen out. This i-eason  defendant rerecorded his interest ^loiie, and  has been w������irking couiinuously, grui'riift-slide-  ing. So long as there was plen^T ���������f.^fnter  r h e re w���������������������������. s n o d \*\> 111 e, b u i I a t ter,I y it h** .nVen  Taffvaie co. are getting good pay.  The Black Bull co, last week washed 93-oz.  . Thev hare got >rhout 22 or 13 feet of pay  din, but the presence of boulders is ai������rea������  impediment to working Nfast. This claim  promises to'be one "of the best and ttP������st en  dttring in (.-ariboo. a������d the hardworking  prospectors who have's'������ent so much time  nnd btborin pros]e'ting tt. deserve success.  The Victoria ro. last week .washed 40 oz..  The;Eurcka co. bave commenced cleaning up.  MOSQUITO OUKKK.  The proopi-ots in the quartz el aims continue  good ; sufficient work has not, however, been  clone on the ledge to afford a thorough lest.  LfOltTNIN'O CRKKK.  Tbs* -South Wales co. last week washed 3<H  r������*z. The Sjiruce co.. 37 ez. Tlie Eldorado  co��������� as usual. go������d wages. Tlie Gladstone  co. have gotgood prospects of coarse gold,  hut the water in the face is so troublesome  that thev. have had to.-wo back and .start k.  fresh drift, which will take a week or two to  put through. If the present ideas of this  /Iaim are. realize')* Lightning lor miles prow  S*es to be one of the most-fl.\n'rishing creeks  yet struck in Cariboo. The Clarke co.. after  H vast amount nf perse vera n-ce in trving to  contend with the water. hav������ concluded to  run a drain. From the other, prospecting  claims there is nothing new to report.  DAVIS CKKRK. \  The Amalgamated co, are getting gocd  pay; their tuti pel. however, being 1(100 feet  long.Rnrl having to-run their dirt' to Light  ring creek to wash, pi a com them under heavv  ciuadrantages.  Last week they washed 40 oz.  -., AXAPOR'CftKKK.  The Discovery co. have got, their machinery  ready to work, and .great hopes are felt as .to  the future of this large and hitherto mproa-  pected'tr ib-utary of Lightning creek.  .   ��������� HAKVKT "CRBKK"  The Minnehaha and Gumming companies  are laying their .flumes, f be Manitoba co..  v/ho have been . running a tunnel all winter  through very bad sround, are now-making  good headway and hop** soon tn strike-bed-,  rock and pay/ The N**w Dowifiion en, are  running ahead and getting into good ground.  JACK OP CLUBS CRKKK.  The Two Sintersm are down-over 106 feet  ���������������d the ground looks very favorithie* They  are getting colors of gold in tbe dirt  MrW. Smhr* Win was Injn red last week  by ������ cave in the S������������ Juan Co.. having sustained internal henries more serious than first  apparent, baa been removed to tbe hospital.  Barnard's dowa Express leaves this morn-  and Geroffr & Jolinsoa's, 4^tl������ to Kail,  Grand .Jury would find any difficulty in find  ilig  true   idlls.as there appeared tn.be suffi  cieo t prima. facie ey; d^n ce. j n eac. h case to".  warrant their being Wrought before n petty  jury.   In all other matters! such as h'uisances  or violations of law ^whioji hud -not- been:  brought before their notice! the Grand Jurv  bad power to make/full investigations, nnd  any indictment or presentinent.iirought by  them would receive due. attention from the  Cairt.  The Grand Jury were then left in occupation ot tbe Court room, and in ab ur a quar  ter of an hour the Court wsw re opened md a  true hill brought against. J������*������n B-i������bu.ig������T  alias John Baker For the murder of Ab Mow  a Chinaman, at Barkerville. on SI November  last. The Grand Jury then retired to ?i room  provided for their uceotiiiipidMiion iu the  Richfi<dd hotel, to invrs'i <rafe the of her cjtsesv  aud at 12 o'clock the J rial of J.dm Baker was  commenced. Ah or a number  had been made by the counsel fi  and the defence, the ������following jury was em  panelled : Messrs. A.ltic'Wha .toreaian)'. Tfio������,  Fletcher. S. B.Tompkins. IVter Brown, James  Bovce. J. B. Harris. Geo. D.-tkin. W.'W. l)<������dd.  8. P. Parker! T. L. Briggs. A. Kelly, WA B  C?������mero������. The accus������*d. who has been on>  on bail, appeared in Court and took his place  in the dock.  The case for the Crown, was conduced by  Mr A. R. Rotertsoa, and Mr G A. -Walkem  and Mr J. Park were counsel for prisoner.   .  About 1 o'clock the Grand Jury re-entered  th e Cot i r t. and t fe e fi������r< ������m -. n It a n d ed i n true  hills against. Sam W������y. for breaking into the  house of Ah Ling with intent to steal; Tek  Kee, for stealing a quantjtv nf merchand*^**  from the warehouse of Beed'y '.& Linburd,  VanVtnkle; Ch'ong See. for atabbiug with  intent Ah Sin and Ah Sing at Barkerville ;  and Ah Tak, for stabbing Ah Tu-p at 'Forks of  Quesnel. '  In the'case of Baker, a number of witnesses  for t he -prosecft?. ion were ey.������������jined. and at .7  o'clock* the Court adj.inrned till this morning  at 10 o'clock, the jury being taken to Barker  vi It* m charge of the Deputy Sheriff. ,  Lake & Kurtz Co.���������Anderson's teams.,  bringing the second large boiler, the d-aukey  engine and other machinery for the Lane &  Kurtz co., arrived on Sunday, and the whole  was safely $. nveyed to its destination -1m the  meadows. Tire small eii������i11e has been -Set up  and steafn wm mtnrted on WedneMay. The  works will ������������W ^>e pushed on without ^del-ay.  ARRitAts���������We have much pleasure fn wel  coming ba'ck our respected .fellow-townsman,  Mr NicWola-ft Cunio, from his -native Italy;  where he has been sojourning for some time,  Mr J. H. Turner, of the London favuse. Victoria, arrived on Thursday by eiyirWs, oa a  m et ti n g sea r ce. nnd d efe n f 1 an 1.1 urn ed- t >ff ^hv  water ��������� from plaintiff's ditch during j he day,  the latter using it by night; On" July'ltHh'J  McLaughlin turned it into the ditch and  Smith turned it but agaia, saying he required  all the water. ... '/"  Mr Bf������rnston, for the defence, argued fhaf  his client was entitled und������-r the 36ih. section  of the Mining Act. to"a������ much water as he re*  quired A'hich ran through his claim.  Defendant gave evidence of the location  ���������^ud working oi the ground according to law.  Had been c.rnund-shiicing all summer, and  required now all the water iii the .gulch.'  When plaiutitr^ dug the ditch lust,year told  ihem thev were going to; foolish expanse Mm  taking their ditch so high up."as they c������n'Sd  h.ive started as well below the Last Trial  co. ��������� Tiinied water into rbe ditch last fall .at  request ol MrCbfabolm one of the plaintiffs,  oi try how it. would succeed : considered it  was done us a favor. This month Chisholm  Came np in bout the water tuid agreed to use  if only; at night". If the water is taken by  plaintiffs it would prevent the ground now  irround Sluiced f'rom.'being worked'.tliis year.  'Had never read the ��������� Miaing, Laws, hut bad  alwhys heard that miners on any creek bad  the. first, riff hi to the water, The McLaughlin  co. coobj.buv water from theFl.um.e .Ditch,  hut it.Aoojij.tt.ii������t ��������� oe..." b rought to .JValkerV  guicii. .;������������������ '". A ' / ?;-'?: w. -'" "'���������' *���������*;' '**��������� ���������''������������������������������������'���������  The Commissioner remarked that he would  advise Mr Bnnuunn to read !to his idient the  112th section of the Mining Law, which pro  Fides that after the gram of any di'cb right  miners locating >ubs'-quenily must-pay com-  p- nsation to theowneisif they take the water,  the o(>th Pectioo merely giving the right to  water *n"t already lawfully appropriated.-*  Tbe plaintiffs undoubtedly had the right to  the water, and-if their ditch w������s dug too high  the Last Trial co should have protested af  the t me. It defendant could use the wafer  and afterward-* return it to the- plaintiffs be  might do so, but be would have to do it at bis  own expense.    He  would  suggest that the  an amicable ar  Smith cutaId use  the  Water for part of the time this season.  The suggestion was adopted by both par  ties, ami an agreement made be.t ween them  to that effect,  8HORT Ik$n*Co��������� Grouse creek, vs. A. Bta-  uch���������s������uit for damages  by   defendant  en  cm aching on plaintiff's ground,  son, eon use! tor defendant, announce  settlement had befru effected out.of court.  E Okd vs.;W. Dixon���������Ejectment suit; to recover possession of a botiae at Mc Arthur'*  gulch.   Mr Park, connflerfor plaintiff,   Y  Plaintiff testified that the ihouse had beeflt  built for her in 1563 by Mr Brooks, she supply ing ihe moriey. In 1867 had a notice put  on the house cautioning-ail parties, from  taking possession. In'6*8 had trouble-with  defendant about it. Mr Brew then decide!  that she. was entitled to.possession. Had th������  house nailed up. Alterwarda learned that  defendant was occupying and gave birn per-  missioii to remain ; now be. refused fo giv������  up possession. and had offered- to selI:tbo  house to Mr Lime. Before Mr Brooks Ief8  Cariboo he executed a bill of salt* of th*  premises to plaintiff.  W. Dixon testified^ that b^ purchased th������  house, along with, a corral milk cans. &c.?  from , Hathaway, Allatt. and another man,  who occupied it and had a milk nauch ther^  in 67. Heard that ifae house had been builJ  for a man named Brtaiks, who had left th������  country. Supposed the other parties ha<I  jumped ft. and thought they had as good *  right to it as any oiie else, kliaving been left 'l  wiiboHt lock or key: Has occupied,' thw  .house since and. usedfit for storing;hay ; has  .���������hay in it m������w| whicb Mr Park had recent 1 f  notified "him ..to remove, hut he refusi'd to d������  st������ t ij I -���������' he ion u_d t ui t w bo w as < en ti lied, to th������  house..- Hs had offered' to move the hoiiie'  and put it up elsewhere for Mr Lane.   ���������-.'������������������ f'  .MrBarnston proved having draws a hill of  sale t uiin Brooks to plain tifl i n 6*4 or 'rii) for  some property ; there whi a hoiisejn Camer-  onton. ������nd he' was almost certain that'the  house ��������� at Mc Art bur's gulch was .included * i  the hill ot. sale, had been deposited with tha  Registrar of the Sup rem e: Court.       ly ,  Judgment for plattittff; .possessioii; tb .-fed  given in four days.       : -.-.--'...-Aa        aa-a-a  POLICE COURT,'" :'-.7;!"';������������������'������������������'.  ���������mi * "n ������    "^ own expense.    He  v;o������ld  Of   ehailenges -^ t.R<u.,vor  t()  lrakH  for tne frown   ,.anirwntint ,IV  whicj, Smll  'COCSTY COURT.  'Reforo  M.  BdK Esa., G������tl Com tn last oner mi  'Cifuuiy Otrurt Juilge.)  Monday. July 17/1871.  McCokmt^r: and Miki.s vs. BaXohead Co..  per J.O. joneg���������Buit for $\M 88, balance  due tor -tagging supplied in \$G9,  iFrom the evidence  it appeared  that the  Baldhead whr former ty a registered compatiy.  with, iimiied  liability under the Mining Act,  !)e'fetuWit had abandoned.his interest in tie  fall of 18GJL at whioh time he wa* indebted  Tor assessments i"ft������2  35.   Subsequently he  'paid various debts of the courpiiny,'ai������ounf  ing to $l������i"> 30, Hiidnow paid into Court  $27  05, wi h proportion at i* costs, which he'Claimed  released hint frt-m any further liability.  The  only other shareholder who was hidebted to  anv' large nioonnt bad left the country.  judgment for plaintiff for amuii-trlpald into  Court,      '     '    ,  McGaixu* vs. Clakkk-Judgment pum-  mous. The original debt, due in this case had  been $4. which now, with costs of Court* had  reached $20. Ordered to be p^ld in instalments. *  F. Lalukb vs. Ah Pot���������Suit for $40 for  goods turntshed in 186���������67, Pofendant *������c-  ktiowledged the debt, but asked for time*���������  Ordei^d U������ h������ j^aid ta monthly imtMjneiW^  '/��������� TcksdAy, July 18,1871.-;-  Ah Tak, who h&d. heen teniahd ed ��������� from;  week to week on a' charge of stabbing Alt  Tap atForks of Questiel.was brought up for  .final examination, the wounded" in an baying'.  recovered shfficifitlly to be able lo attend^ ry  .Ah  Tap teMified  that   on. January   22d  prisoner asked him:for moneyrfalleged to btf  due;   he.:d������jnted owing il; ��������� prisoner,drew ���������*���������  k n i I'e;. w i t ness ra n up. stai rs, f ol I owed a h}.:  prisoner, who stabbed him in the.back ; h*.  jell down and knew nothing more. ;:'r  To in;; a (.��������� h inairia n, who speakfl good Etigyj  lish. g������ve similar evidence.  Dr. Jung testified that he was sent for to  see Ah Thk ; found him lying on the fl.ior ;  with a wound back of left shoulder LJ or li  inches long; blood was coming from' hi*  inoiiib and nose; be was in danger for some  rime, and was not able to get up till aboufe  ���������28th March.  Prisoner was committed for trials,  AS9ATLT.        ��������� t  Hugh, an Indian, was charged with grlev*  otisly aes������lilting a kloulcbinau rejoicing in  the R������mi������ nl Full Moon.   . .  John Bowmn testified that on Saturday  last be received iuformation that an Indian  had been beniing a klootchman ; went to tha  woiua'n.V house aud found her with her Ti*ail  cut. and bleeding; was told that the Indian  had been beatinir her with a stone,and Would  have killed her had he not been stopped.  Prisoner had run uwhv up tho hill; went io-  search of and arrested him.  Full Moon, whose head looked big enough  MHtobert lto Ju>t^>' i������������"r appellation if ber beauty did  iced -hat ..n-.U gave evidence in Chinook to the effect  V'H *' '' thai sbeiand ihetwisonerHv������d in the sa������*  house, and on Saturday two Indians���������a Lilr  looet and a Hydah���������came there with half a ,  bottle of whiskey; this was soon consumed  by the social party, when the Hydab gener*  ouaiy pfpduced a dnHar and a halt' and gaya  it to prisoner to get some more liquor; pvia-  oner went out and returned with a bottle;.  ��������� his was soon emptied; the visitors left, and  all shereiaembored was that prisoner knocked  ber down tmd. beat heron the head, but dUl  not know whether he used a stick or a stone  or anything'else.  Prisoner being asked what excuse he could  offer for such ungwllant behaviour to a lady,.  threw all Mie blame on the other two si washes.  If i bey had not en me (o the house with liquor,,  and afterwards given him the money to buy  more, be would not have got drunk, and con*  seqnentry there would ImVe been no fight,  lie got the liquor IVom a Chinam ������n.  Hugh was sentenced to seven days' im.  ���������prisumnent with bard labor in irons, and to  pay -Full Moon ten dollars, compensation for  im'damage to "her beau ty, ���������-"  ,    WkonksdaT. July 19.1871.  Ah Chow, a Celestial wanting a nose, mm  charged hv Cnief Constable Lindsay with  selling liquor to Indians, and the offence be-  ijng proved, was sentenced U> paj a fin* m  $lU0������xr be imprisoned fornix: months.  G C. GtfBow, of Gerow & Johnson^  Stage Line, arrived y������atw4ay oa & brief tM&  ���������..'������������-> ���������������������������w������-~s *���������������������'  ������������'  <i������wiB..iiiipj������������Mwino������ ..������&���������  B  At '  ,  ... ^ .JOT ,A-SD.,.HU-W.������������a^aa -,;wy*\ ?>  A mnslcar author- being asked if he bad  composed:';anyt)iTng iafely. replied,u My last  work, was acomposition -wUji my creditors."  When does a roan eat the/most indigestible  supper jf^Wben he bol^;'ihe Afreet door before going Up; tb bed. '-...: - .." ��������� ;  Carlyle observes tb'afe a man is often logically defunct for a long-time before he knows  ^z:; '^,z/^yZZ:fZ-.-zzz:- :  ������Tliey say fihat the wind blows with such  force in Colorado that when a man lo?es bis  hal/he has to telegraph to the next stution to  have*it fitopped. '' /  A 11 v el y frib er n in n ex cl a i me d. a t a 'party  Where*'Theodore Hook shone as the evening  Plari^Och, Master Theodore; but you are a  hook that nobVdy;can. bate'!" .  ... A man down In .Massn'cbnsetts, it is*said.  mad e.so many pnirs of ���������) shoe's i no n e d ay th at  it took bim .two..'flays, to; count them !'/Be was  n smart one, ;but not .equal to one up in New  Hampshire, who built so-many miles of stone  !wa1t;in;one day that it took him.all that hi^hl"  ^nd tiie-next day-^ //  ���������?: C^otm-r-A lad arrested; a few days-ago for  theftrwbeii taken before the magistrate "and  asked; What ;Ms occupation;'\vai/:frankly  *aswered. ��������� ?: Steal tng If!' v ''Your: candor.,as-.  loriislies^e;" said ..the judge, ��������� ���������! 1 though I it.  ���������wot)Id.?. rep]ied the. 1 adj��������� *'���������'se'ei ng how :mariy  . bigf4un3 there "be in the'Carrie business as "is  isbamed to, own it p: their "trade.". Aaa ..���������--.  PKKC.vniocs Income���������Cow den ��������� Clarke fells  a go o d story onijgeo tl em a n ��������� -who a 1 ate] yy in  making a return of his in com o to the Tax  ���������CommIssio'nera,'���������? wr6Ve on .tlie paper:���������'; For i  the -last three years my income has.been,some-'  w b it h tvd e r ������1 o'O : i n fu t u re. j t w i 11 b e m o re  precarious,as the man is dead of whom I bor-  wt^wed.the money."; -��������� * ���������.'������������������-'��������� A-' ���������...������,>..-/ ;  . T.w������ ������ ge n tl em en ������ n g 1 i n g i n th e. Tb a m es at  .Newham .lately could not.agree upon the apt:  p e ai; ait ce of 6 n e o f: their': fay or i t e: b atea * t he  : horbefiy, ���������and they agreed to refer, the question,Jo-a rustic whoiri they saw ploughing at'  . ��������������� little distance, and accosted him thus:���������-  41 Did -yo ii ever see < a h orse fly- ?" ;li Wboy,"  naid Hodge, with some "astonishment,'" noa; I  ju'vfcr seed a hor.Re fiy, hut I ouce seed a cow  lull'down a hole."-.   .  Zwr,"ZZy/yZA -;^:::cr::^ l ^ "--^  P. JTXTNST MJLr&- Co.,  ;   8'BOW CHUItCH -YARD, .LONDOj  . H. TUBNER & Co.,  .; VICTORIA, B.C.  A.;,   3 ���������������������������-..  Mission Mer  p&> Goods hought in the\Elirop'can-Marieetf^to order, Sud���������consignments of Gopd3 from,  ritish Coinmbia sold in'London."    ���������,-���������      . y/Aw  -,  ZZ      ���������    wy-A'Z-     REFERENCES     IN ';.    .       .   ��������� /  . '������������������'  LONDON���������London and Westminster Bank;Lothbury.. ' ���������  .��������� -. " Messrs. CopestaUc, Moore &Co.. 5*Bow Church Yard. _ ���������;  ��������� '.':���������   VICTORIA���������Bank of British North America. '  *<  my6 6m  LlGUTNIN'O CREKK.  iriNBRS-iKD- TRADERS will find it to their bA.  Ill-vsntageto.purchast*at thisStorCjWhero tlibr������ i������ ���������  LABGS ASSOETMENT OF GOODS  the Stcck  epropiie%i  orthevcrvbRs't dcflcrlptiob on linnd;and i  ���������coustaailyrcplcidsbei-hy uew.arrivuls. Tb  .. '    '.   tors willaell Goods yl        ���������-;>������������������  A3. CHEAP. JAS ANY IN,.CARIBOO.  OrdorEprompllyuU^d.and forwarded with dtspaltb  Van Winkle,  BEEDY k LINPHARH,"  ��������� 'rropviotors  SODA'   CREEK.  '    ��������� ���������:t-QTJiESNELLE/and<-';    '��������� ^   -'V  ���������    BARKERVILLE  ��������� ..������������������:-.���������;;������������������:��������� lvictorja,!b,g:, .. y-Zy:. ;...  MANUFACTURE STKAM-EKGINKS AND-BOIhERS, ���������  ���������i'lLiier High or Low Pressure,..   ~" s  . ' J. HARPER;  Miners' Provision  BAKKEilVILLE.^  4 T THIS   .  ill   selocted stoek'of l h������  ;e  a  T TH IS STORK5  w i 11 ��������� a 1 ways":b o foiiin d a well  FRESHEST    GROCERIES    AND  % PROViSIONB   IN , CAR|BOO.  ���������'.'���������>���������"������������������ BISS.T'-S'AVA;COFFEB -"���������  RoaBtWand'Oro'unddully: . ���������'*'..  Branch Store at Last ���������!  ;   GlianCO,; -: ' ���������  Where a good assortment of Goods will Miys bo  !-.^ I Trust bv strict titter, lion to hu?i'ness nnd Unr unfi  nquiire .leaiiog, to merit aonntiiiuuiCo of the* liberal  patronage la-retoinre extended to me.  re4  /.  OT S G E.  ShkktTron Stomach���������A few rlnys" since a!  former dropped into a.har-rooin In.Norwich,  Coniteciicut, and cal led for" brandy. It was  pluced. before him, and, filling his glare, be 1  scarcely diluted it with wabivtind rained it  to bw lips. But, oh. horror of horrorn ! whilo  yet;the tumbler-whs poised in the air, the  hur-keeper glanced at the bottle, and lhe in-    '  iccrrfitinb was >'- Juraaicn Oi������ger."   Tbe poor COMFORTABLE     BED-ROOMS  broil hud ewallowedan anioimt.of fiery potion j  .*u������cjent; to re-iiiiate aii army of RcboolboysJa ���������**��������� WW"*^\*-1������^ pCdJrf  ���������A.    ry -������������������:"   .   ���������'.'.-������������������        --;������������������, :������������������"        '���������     {'ood Beds ni. a ruasonm/Kvpnoe.     inp&e w.iio-\Mi*  5n  the .- gi-een-apple: season.  . Tyo..- terrified to ��������� f;1 Vor liim \y i Lb Lheir pairoiut^e, m ay ci epemr <������u 'tine  :���������������������������'��������� The FLORENCE is ihe best Sewing   -  'M^Chiho. for family use,'.because it" ',  ��������� so seldom p-ets out of order... If there...  A    -is one.not v/orking well in .    .<  CALIFORNIA,' '{*  .'   ./OREGON,     ' '.,;���������;'.  :, -    WASHINGTON TERRITORY^ ���������  '     NEVADA,-  IDAHO,   '���������"-���������     . '  .  : /..,   ALASKA, ...; wZ/  /.   '  ��������� ^BRITISH COLUMBIA,.       ��������� *  '        :    MEXICO, '    -"' :���������;;  ���������   ';;' Japan, ;���������; a/a���������..'*��������� '���������'  Or CHINA, if informed of it,.) will  ���������.'.-. fix it  without   any  expense to .the :-i  owner. *   ' ;  SAMUEL ^-HILIi,"Agent,- ���������  : ITo. 19 Montgomery Street, Soiith, -  GRAfJDHaTaBUiLDlNQ,. Z "'/  gAN   j^RAMCISCO,   :pALy.  Send for Circulars and samples of  th6 work, Active Agents; wanted in  every place. .   ,���������">..  1  R. BEAVEN, Agent.  jelO Gin Victorni. B.C.  All or-Jcr.s promptly.ra.lloiidca USA-   Tonus Cusb. iii  'our Works iu Victoria......     .- ���������   ��������� - - - 'A- -\���������'��������� *: ���������;  tiyXZ Cm" '', v    FPRATT k IRvING, Proprietors. ^  GOVERIsMENT STRK1LT...VICTOR!A. \,L  tjA$()XitAizn/&'v  11    111 !���������}��������� c   : ��������� sho r.in iV at ' i ������f ��������� i. I ,(>TK t1. ' C.\ ^> I ii K11 ? 3A  ;:nii   ViiSTlNGS.  wliicb-he j>- p.r������'.p.;r>-ti.iw. i:.f.kv ia  .or'loriu tbe Diosi uppriivctt. sstykd.  ;   jfe^r"?af;'ii'j?on  ���������Wli.li'fim.i' 'rcok . C;������n   bnvfe   tUvjr  int^ift'u'rWi iak������vby Mr.'iIc('}illuiM, I$;<rk< rvilli*  niylilm  mkK''tfNDKR?IGSKI>  BROS   TO   INFORM  TTTQ  !  frit.nafianathe-public'ithaVheuftfi-rlitetlap-sp'ns  i������peak, 1 b������ disperiser of 1>eer:jwzed at tbe pn--  1 * up p y v ve ti tn in ho rro r j: in o men tur.i ly ex pec U  5 M g s a; po r j>se on b is band it'; b ������t, \yli i le tli e at r  grevv i\i\ek aronnd ��������� - him, lhe ;countryrn an  ti lo vv ly re mo v e d t b e ghi ss, ge n tl y cl asped his'  ti a n d$ b e fore bhn, u nd su i d, w i th a s i g i i.  *'��������� Str������i ng'e r. g i v e ii a a n o t b e r d r in k o f that 4ri t 's  >i i i^cler. warmin' on a d ay I i ko th is.'.**     ^  ���������- -Stoky; op Two Calves-,-Jim Smith was a  n otod ������ n otievneer. .0 oa d������y bowag scl 11 n <r  farm BtocK. Among- the -articles to he sold  ytub a beiler; very allraclive in ber appear*  a n cV, and' c o n?.eq \ i e n My L i J i m? ? d vv el t qui i e ]  ^xteuHively on her mnny excellencies, wind-  jn������ ii p,,bis e 1 oqueo I flourish that she wns ��������� as  *" jfentie as a dove.V    Thereupon   a   long.  ', f 1 ah-sided CO'������htryman, w15ose 1 eg's were some  t ve e \ ye mchett I o r i ge r th a n, h i s p an (s, a p p roach  if ng 111 e be i fer an d, s too p i n ^ d n vv n, c o j n m e n c ed  handling her lea If. Bessy not relishiiig Bucb  familiarHy, lifted ber. hoofe and laid ' greeny-  e p ra vcYing so ni e te n feet off.  4* T b e re," s:i id Jiip, ."* t ha fc sh o ws o no o f be r  hmt Iraits ; she'll neFerall.ow a strange calf  to coifie near her IV. .,-  ��������� .'r Greeny," in nan while, picked himself up.  and glviiii������ .bis husby pate a barrowing:  9 craieli* exc 1 aimed: *.* No w 6 n de r sli������ wo n't  ���������wben ber own call has been* bleating around  WftH%r' -:    " /   '  -. v.-...  ��������� f: 1 tHiiuii.'S s aiVO,oo m Co r I. (it ii i s; b o\i s fct.  Hv.tak.csalso't.hLs opportunity to'remind the Cari-  ,boVii\cs.tltsi l. li).p l?.rowery inis'rouftiv������<i tb������ FIKbT  PRIZE o f> t \fa (loiony for" Ui sc elobral etl  XXX   ALE,  ' And tb o t r u o a tn a t. i? n r .���������= w i i 1.1) *',.al) 1 c t o j \\ d g p b y tl i cm  selves tb at such lionorahli- pf,iz������ law Ue^n jusoy  awiirfleU to him. " "  ,   N. R, ��������� A 1 arg e- fron t room to 1 e t,  BurkervJIU-.Jun. is, 1809. K, OFNTO  PEEVEHHOH BETTEE THAI CUKE."  {1J A V13 b'ftj ji r ���������������( j u u������ to 4' Ijjr h i? v (? r al res p^ctstb I o jw r-  ib'S, who cab t������'Ntii'y to the elficacy o\ my &$&tom,  to again make public ibe lac I tli at' *   *>:  Mose>s' Hair Xnyigorator  v  WILL PRBVRN'T. BALDNESS,  ��������� JtEdTOltR HA1K THAT IS BECOMING riilST  OK PA LLt SO <) F \'\ a n -! eVln-,tu:. 1 ly   ,  , " ���������' ���������' G iil<ft' SCUBf OR DA XI)litFF.   .  ThKIs notn wmta assertion on my part, as I have  in m\r puss estf i * in n n m eron s U & c i raoni al s w r li fy i uj; lo  tbo success of my roineHy. ���������  I ������io not of coiirsts i>'rotonfl fcbnt I earn rnak^ tbolisiir  j:r< > w' <iii iH'ads w o i cb 11 aw bee n bal ������.l fo r yea rs ; "bu t  I will fiu a ran l-ce to stop tlio ba \ r IVotn fu i 1 hip oft i o  incrjuMf its growth, and effectually r--movi;;?curi ������������r  Dandruff.        !     ��������� W. IL -JIOSBS,  ��������� ���������-.���������' Burk^rvJlli^-Ji.C.'  CERTIFICATE.  This is? to eertUV that rluciupr last spring my Tialr  32krlt^villo Dtoc. 2U, IU5,  Jw>^<;J .-  .eg rap  Store Street (between Herald and I'ty^ru)-  VICTORIA, B.O.  ANDREW ASTRICO, -   "......   PROPKlt'/JOH.  Tbe riio?t co'nin'inUlonp aiv) clenn Jtoti'lin Victor J.h.  It U eoiniucti.'U on"ihu Kurrpmm orincrpb.-.- Tbe I.ilia  i.s supplied.wilb ibe very b-st tin- uuirkel ;a'ifiriK������. .   ,  iii-iij?  fti nil bour.s of lho tiny;.,' L'ri.yaio Dnnug;,  'Roojns.ior'Kabiijiei--. .'*       '"    v  Ri^iirrl un<l- Lodging per wo^k. $"5 50 uiio" $6 bQA  iVr ������:ay,/$l.    Wjjj:41<! nif.':������b, 37>< cinus. . .U"ds, 50c.'  4Qp-Fire proof Sale.in. ilit .Hi-i:s������.    .      my6 out    ���������  : LEA fePEKBINS'.  WOFlCESTEa^HIRE ��������������������������� SAUCE  Declaresrl-b.y Connoisseurs to be  ���������       THE   ONLY    GQOT>   SAUCE.-.;  mwwmmk'-- ���������  ���������AT-  CeAition^a.ms.t Fraud.���������Tbe &������������<**������ of thlF'  moat delioiouy and unriviilt.ed Condinunt hayuijr  (jsiused cormln .-Ualf-rs to a|*l*ly r'"f- tL'itne ol" *��������� IVofces-  tpfc'iiiro Sauce** to their.own inO:riorc.>inp(iufHls;.ilio  juiblic is Uerftby inioi-med Uhu tbt only way ������.o bo-  cui'^tlicgonulne, is to y.   ��������� .t  an'l tosftv; tbat their names are upon Ibt-wa.vfput J fcj 8 C O il OL " ilcl UU      P yVA.O *  E.AUKI.S. HTOl'l'KU', H ml -HOTTJE.  For Sale,  MOST  EVEii  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  fti ane oI tb e t*(} reign murk ots 1 *av i isg been su p p 1 ied  wltrb a spurious WorcesKT^IiireSnuci:. ujion tlu- wrnp.-  im'rand lulx.-lr of-wbicb Uio n������nii'So( l.ynurnl fi.Trins  [lave bei>n forced, L. and P.' f;ive nutice (hm��������� they  h;\\y fiu'iiinheii f,boir.correspondiM.it.>; wilb power oI.  attorney to tnlce iiiatunt p'tocc������m!ingn agajn?I ma.vu-  VACTi,::'i:ns :i n.U : vsmjobs o !' s uclr, orn ny o'tb er 1 lhi t������i  iions i>y vrhic 111iicirrighi iaay !>cin!'ri?j^ed. ���������  Aslr for ������������!SA. & PS BBINS' S au no*and see  Ham������- on ' Wrapper, -L'aibel, Bottle, and  ���������Stopper. ���������  W1 mlfrtal c r p. cl f or fl x por t b y t n ������ P ropri tj tor s, Wor  coster j'Crbsse ������ nd (llnclcwclljiondoii'j&c. -, &c. * and  by Grocers on<! Oilmen nnivrrsnlly.   '.     '    '  BARKERVILLE.  jell  SPROAT   &   C  ���������;  IBP0EBEE8 OF WfflES & UQUOH&,  AGENTS FOR  The Royal Insurance Co.,  VfHAltr STREET, VfCTORU, ���������V.-L.K  ?���������    "  ^    ���������    y :'l% ���������        ���������' ���������  ���������  .. .-���������, ���������<...���������   .<������������������������������������'  Tan Volkenburgii ��������� & Co.  iARKERVILLE,   RICH F IE L D ,  ., i'     ���������AND-??  A SUPPLY. QF THB  ML^VS OK EiuN'B;  bw  ESS?  B  H  ^^  s  BMtlWMWtWI^U1*-"^...... S.' v_- ::  ML

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcariboosen.1-0170770/manifest

Comment

Related Items