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The Cariboo Sentinel 1872-07-27

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 w  ���������.���������I'ix  '-'iv'i '���������"  in  j ��������� : 1  rgjit  $ .������������������**.,'*  '*v*W  K Published every. Saturday ..by  ��������� ������������������ J������h$ Z0Af Aa ' %P *M ;;^ VAX. AAA  BfO'K'ElT'   H'Ol LO Wit.'  Subscriptibn,,-. ;���������-;. 60 penis per Week.,/  ���������<:? >i.l:viHRATK3'W'ArjVRRTISIKd.v  . For ono square (one 1 nch),; flrst insert ion,   ���������  ������������������'"���������'-"���������' sA*������% 0 **V*:*V yAA' *i one men tli, /-V>.'  For two squ area, flrsti user lion,   ;>;  - ���������'--. -  ��������� ik ��������� ������������������ one mouth, ��������� ���������  ��������� ,-  -  -  -S3  5  A AAeertefottixe" CaribooSentinel." v  Quesnclmouth ^ 'f ��������� ���������*��������� -     - * ���������  i;'-:<3l iaiouf :;~.*������: :'"'i' wA -Al.  A#^AsA'w,AA-wA  ���������New Westminster,  Ip Victor ifiXlAAAyA": :-. ...,...���������  1   PF!*her.^������*    - " - ' *'���������   '������������������      San Fruneiscp,  BeanV-Co., j  it  i-/    -' ,  :   '.- J" San Francisco^  ' O-Streetj     -   '"/���������'- SO Corhbill, London; E.C.'  Barn ii'rtPsExpress  ��������� Barnard's Express  Barnard's .Express  do    ;        do -<���������  :- ;���������'��������� J6hn-Mdrrii.y;������  ���������   u Mr Webster;  ���������vrv-.j-H ,������������������������������������*���������''��������� >PW.  yy's.k swsa * -���������.>���������- .���������>  i-x  AA  :-ti.WS  lira OARIBOOLSENTINEL  Cards. CirdulaVI; Po^era^ndPrbgranitnWf^  ;:    Balls and Theatrical Entertainments  " #&$?Executedwitfrnsatnessand dispatch.^^*  ..   Ar"-'   aP ��������� ��������� s Terms moderate.- ���������        , -  . PA*  " ifAkx&W" '    ---������������������������������������������������������  ^mining Records.-  U.-=viC.;.|5'.ivTlWl!  ^  HARVEY pRBffiK.r  ���������' "    Mcl5v#yf cfr^  **r of p. McEvoy, Alt Jam, Ah Fort; and 'Ab Sing,  40ll^e^o^miniri^grbnnd. creek! claims, com ���������  mencing at the iower line of tb e Perse verance  co.'an&riiifninj^down stream; ���������'��������� to be- ;kiidwh  as ihe jlcBtbyico^T " V ~*~ I ."' "������.: Ay  '..���������-."-'���������Ikjrrl^'^cjb^^3^1y-"*IT;^lte'<?prt���������^ in; favor Of  ; Joflonli Eorjfcnian ;and:Dah.vDicksoni 150 feet;!  co ni m eocin ^at'"tbe*. u'pji er line of; the Lorrip  coi and r^fiimg'-up streani 150 .feet; to be  beld in trust for and form part of said co^ : j  .. ** * ���������. :-���������:������. ,s 'Con^ingham-crkek: ���������,: ���������    .   ��������� -":'  Rogers eo.-rJiily, 17%fe  S "L Rogers; j)c;;McLean, f. R. -Pattuilo, R  Pe^teri' & A^Dow, V(i Vf. ^wen,J. Pomeroy*  G. Cadd, Jon, Merrifteid-,;JF-. Hansen,. George  GajlKladPa^id fiynon,; 12^ creek- claSms,  commencing atflower line of Cunningham cp.  and fenhiiin|$6wii streara 120& feet, 5n wi<ltb  from bank to bank of side bills | to;;be kaown  ; as tho Rogers co.  '*>::! y^yy'y '- ;-',J' :  BeU.yca;r-Jn^-.1 ^Recorded infavor^of  ;. Pat, Ho\yley,Jas^ Newland, Thomas Betk-A.  McPhersou,. R. B. Devlin, Charles Wilson, Ji-  S. Thompson,5 ���������re6. Montgomery, Geo. Byrnes,  and A. B. B. DavWs,"... 1000 feet of, ground,  creek claims; commencing at the.lower lino  of the, Rogers co, an d ru n n iog d ow n streain  1000 feet''; to''bo known as'the Bell co.  p'Niel CO;���������������Tuly 20T-Recor(led in favor of R.  Kiel, James Adams. Jo's. Rawley, J. C. McMillan, J������s. M, Willis, jS.Ii; Kimball, C. Vaillan.  cour. J. I)Himy,-A. Clot worthy. Joseph Mason,  I. B. Fisher,���������%' F, Foster, 12 creek claiinsi  ���������comnsonomg; at the.tipper line of theCunninj?-  ham co., and running up stream 1200 feet; to  be known as the Kiel. co.   ,  ���������  &mMJBM 3  GULOH.  Jply^G���������Recorded ia.^  Ah; Tcho\v},i 2 eriek claims bn'McCiilinavp  gulch, commencing at the bridge on old trail  and running down stream 2.00 feet by 10D feet  in width.  WUXTASt CREEK.;  Biscovery^co^-July- 22~~Recbrded in favor  of James D. Loring and Sam. Walker, 2 hill  etaitna on right.bank. of .cre^k, commeuciiig  about ^OOjeet below the old|,DiUer shaft  honue khd nnnAng down mrmm 400|eet^l  discovery, c laims. btihsigvah te d $y ;fe] d ,p.b,m'i  cmiafei6nei%ffijp Id ��������� fiavi h g% een ������������������ fo n ti <lf hf pay i ng  on an titles an d, produced : to: b e known as the  ���������DteCOv;ery COi;,'-  .. yWyPwA)ApyA A Ay , .&*>'  ���������'"'?" ;" " :     ' kurraTOT cr.Eisit..;   ,.s .,' ���������'  ���������' July, 17-7-Ah TCew. co.;���������Recorded in favor  io^^Ah'?;^w;.;.4^reeic.<i!^  ab;o ve Smnh5������'store, commeri cjng^at'Ab; j aekV  claim [ftnS ri&iiingAip ^tre1im;*i00'_.-fefel: j re-;  record.  Records made' by O. Rarevat:Forks of Quesnel and vicinity..-, .^ (j-^? ���������;  ,  ���������;  SOUTIT KOItK. QUESNKI^; *'     *    A.       ���������  April Ki^Recorded in-favorof Ah KH, 100  feet^wiajj-^am Giajim on tlie rig^t side of river,  ab out .40 0: fee fj above ** ~L:L c% z -1 "; "' ~u: -'  :CO,  10.-  )y April^���������Recordedtiiii fa yoy^oipMAiHatti..  100 teetj ^wing*dam claim on the left side oti  Piver, ab out ,600; feet bete w Matt; OittiJb cabins  ^ilff-beTow:Ab:Fatco. "  ''    ,r r-! .  about J mile above the ]?prks,;on left^de^of  river, adjoining lower.lltVof AA$iy'Stifg^o.%  wJpff4������% r". <    .; V-  ;.   ���������,.   ';;:  ^ y'AprU l24Keborded 5irit favor of Ah Sing,  one wing-dam claim. 100 feet, on right side of  riverf com mencing^ about..2001fe'e{ijabbye���������'[ Ah  IToj/g^a^JI^Liap^a'claim^-i-. ** ���������.- -���������- -yrrwA  I May 6���������Recorded iir fayoivpf ^JajMan. ope  wing-dain"������aim; iot)";ipek.p% 1 eft side^of river  Iqwer^stake^ opposite ahjold cabin at^panein^  ^iKs/Bar/^-^-s w syswyi/Ayy   ZaTw  . May 62^-Reoorded in( favor of Tpbn Too, Ah  Lborii A, Ah Pungl- 3 ben ch of ai ras :o n rt.ii e Tights  side of .river.: commencing about'150^ards  back-ofHiuff Sine's cabin ;.re-record.  " ������������������May^6^r.Ah;Fat co.���������Recordedin'tavor' of  Ah Sara; Ab HiQg^hj^qhiQhong Lang, Ah  . Otiu ng, Chin g Sing, Ah Love, and --Ah- II u,  eacli;One.;liench;vclatin on righ fe side ';;'of Jriyer.'.  ���������known lis Ah Fat co.;r also for above Co..  about 15 0 inches water, from Coquette ;creek,  conveyed in a dltcli to said claims; > also  about 25 inches of;;^water���������-; from; a'shiaU -oreek  about ���������; i... niile''belpw;^M Landiiig, con  veyed in above ditch to claims. ' ,.. / .'  :.';. .May; 6���������Recorded iu favor of Ah Sahi,-A,b  Hing, Ah Yim!and Ah^iBhon^each ;lJ()Q,;:fe|C  on; right side of river, lower* stakes at .a. small  cabin below Ah Fat co. ;. ������������������������;">������������������'".:'.' A  ;":..; June 12-���������Ah Ling; co.-r-Eecor.ded in; favor  of Ah Ling, Ah Lotiie, Ah'Look and ��������� Ah Sun,  4 MU claims oh let inside .of S^'F.^abbiiii; raW  ���������from'town of Forks, ':-';'" r 'A'A 'Al.' / .  ' ��������� ��������� ���������; V' .:"' QDEgNEt RTVER. '  April 13-fRecotied' in. fayor pf Ab Cho w,  100 feet of ground ou. the .right side;, about 4  mi 1 es fro na K\yo n g Le a c reqk^ ad j q ini ng the  lower line of the Ali Too co."  May 6���������Recorded in favor of. Ah Too, Ah  Gun and Ah Huiii each 100 feet of-ground oti  tlie right side of river,-on a flat, ahoutA miles  below Kwong Lee creek, below big slide.  ...     DANCING HII.T/t1 BAR. s   ������������������  May 3 ���������Reno rded i n favor of All Toner and  U Siu%, 2 wing-dam chums, 200 foot, on right  Hide .of South Fork Quesnel, nearly opposite  Ah Lung 00,  ....  May 3���������Recorded in favor of Ah Long and  ICei Chuck, 2 wing-dam claims on left side-oJ  South Fork QueaneL  about 300-feet below  Dancing Bill's creek.,   ..... ; ,.  . nou'jii rbnic ojemxeu  May 6���������Recorded in favor of Ah Cow and  Ah Ku,2 wing-dam claims,.upper.stakes opposite Sailors' creek. ,   '... ;  .**'? I  May 7���������Recorded in favor of Bock Fook.  and. Ah Hing, 2 wingrdauis oii "rjftht sido of  river, about 50 yards below ihe canyon.  on Little Lake creek; to: be kn^^  Ling co. v"''  I ��������� W    -.:;  Mirny  ROSES>GDLCH.  p-fi; tif;  V:May 8������-Recorded injavor.of Ah Pong, one  hilPclaim1 o^right^ine' of Itose's gulch^about  \i '^ile'irpiw^odlfe^ .;��������� -/, ���������������������������';��������� / /,  ''   '*.' ./--,''    , ���������   .CEDAR OKpKE..    "���������'-,������������������,���������;  - Aurora co.~May 22:���������Recorded in;favOT of  Ah Sing. A^^oo, Lef YacH Ab Gtt)n^How^  ey :Cho%  Cow. Ab:Man*, Ah Qiion, Ah^ Yonrig" and IVh  Gee,: the whole- of ^tlie AurjOfacjo^; rorreoprd.;  | tfvy. 23-^-Abi S|pg,co\^ Recorded;:nv fw-vbr  of Afi Sin?; Ah Too; 'LeiXack|IIowey Ghong.  ahdlAh CJhong; 41"cre*ek*-olaimflv-;commencing"  at the upperend of 'Aurora coV aiicf running;  :up^treara..V!i,,,,:^:h:;:,;a^  AA,A^.,w  AWm���������'J^->-Wr,W<-l>WW  wMay: 23���������Be corded in favpr of vGeo^New>  ton.Allies Gardell and Hugh Doak, three hill  clai ms en' the, righ 6'' si do <6f -. (fix can el' lake;1  lower stakes about 100. feet ^elow Ah Fat col-  jditcb, from .thence ruhoinK up stream.f   !' ' *  "      " 'ioOUH-BAD CRWKK. '      v'     '[ \3     '  5 Juhe J6^-Rea'd Icb.���������Recoid^c)4 in. fay or' of  Lt Read, A. Mi ckie, ancl G- Chap man, each 1 (M),  feet! Creole,: claimsi com mencjn g/ah out -f 300  yards-above the-junction with. Little Lake  creek, running- thencefiiu stream 300-feet*A. *r.'  A ;v; /���������' r,i A young's gree������ , ," /A //  ' rJ^ipe 15,-���������Ah' Wiiay'co.���������Reco.fded jn favor  ^f^Ah'^Wbay, Air.iBfap^jandr'Lung.Kin.eaich  ififtljeejfc;- of;; miain^jgrcto  Young's creek, QneanJsln-ivoK'~*r- ]*;!j"   '���������'���������-',  .. W A, i   r fe Mi KKlTU LE yIcRRKK; AI.   A A%. IA ������ ..  ground. pench^claira?f,on 1 oft .sye., of crej^kj  1 owee ' sta^ about'. 300,yards; above,the, first:  ���������creek from Davis creek. ' '-'- '.-''l]*'-' a :  'June 28���������Recorded, in favorPfTJ[ppas SirK  -Aigu3 Lamoat, Fred Littler; "John* -E. "Edwards, Wm. Po i 1 e y, and An d re tv Burr ill, 600  fee fc. of;-, ground / creek claims, coramejrtcj tig at  the lower lino of the Cty.desdaie co., aiid  running- dowu stream 0.00*feet< by ,300 feet, in  width ; to be known as.the White Sqiiall co.:;  . [The above records ^ere^hteedJaCIlich-  SoldKl^tb j5iy."i.S72.]        ;i   "       -/. -.A.yp.A  s|;-^f'Q^Lg^EST^tJR^  AA aaMaAaZZ A0ZZ y/ypAAA/AAAj/y/Ai}//_':  oWyAAw AiAi/PAti  i ,-ly y  -i.'s '  r-rt*']-  yiiM/MZA'yiAAAr  syvy AiAyiyylAi <yi    ,y  'AlAy  ���������-���������'���������' - '" .--     'A Ayyiyyy-yy.:sA 4',"< A'fs "fAM"  'aillanco-nr, '-^Ktuater v&',':  ; pfi.^y-^U   i���������.,,. 'VMVli'-i*' Jp WZ'f\ 9s   :*M ^^US*  J:,}*.'1 w wi ���������"���������'-':' 'wsf-y -,  I '��������������� '.u'i- '   ! 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Mills,  Willium Creelv, or,deliver it to,order; ���������: PApA  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK.-   A ���������������������������' '  ���������:..',   A -AA   ,.      i  'Having a.PlaningJMaohlae la operation they pfi\l  also lumittn*'. '��������� ��������� ���������-,���������-������������������������������  iS\'AA^'f.!y '   ;  ^.SAAAawAAA-  y ^ ���������y^yyy W'J- >  A-., AA ���������Pyp.-w^i-*^ *;Ai  *'p  T*a-C^A^':  .Li .   r  fr\HlB'OIi������:;AND-WEIit^K^OWNVESTA.BLlSHWl5NfT:'^^  X^ ,:i.a always supi>li<xl witlt-- the..-hi^t. otieverjjhjai&^v,  that can" be proCurwdiaOiribao. 'K\s        "s.. '-��������� '    , bfj-s  ^oa|a^r*|t  .'v  -'.,., '������������������������������������if-  ���������'"    '".';J,\'.-'  T''(,..V:!>-  ���������.. 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W.ZB  mm  ;-v-.r,.--.;p ras  -������������������'.:���������".-,::.������������������.���������'*{-?  ������������������;:. ���������:;,-: IK  ��������� -���������-���������-��������� .'-.^  i'-'.  ;'���������'"  .per"1"  fe^  ^>^*-.*--H>V,  Single1  .Wi-'  C ���������-     ���������'���������������? <*������,*.p-..-:\  1 . r  ' The'Celebrated1 ;     ", A'      "' "'" '''P  'YRP������M f GROtfND:;;;C^ffFEE;;^:^  A superior article ��������� jto '���������' any wh ich cbn He hVd flrenf/lw*- -.^  low, Roasie<l an.CQr^und^onUliQ premises^ trom .tho..; \.  best selectee Denies, nnd wurranted iroe- ft^in Ta������tu���������t- .. ^  er;itif,������a. ,- ������������������ ;-'������������������'��������� '���������'-       . :--";'' *   -''-/- '���������''  jcl7- ��������� lAf '.:���������!;-.' fcO. GpODSOS.  -..;'���������'���������',    '���������' ,-     ''*���������������������������'",. : ;:.- ,; t- :   ������������������������������������ .l:,I'' .-..������������������������'*  ���������DRESSED  at satisfactory rates.  sell  , May 6-nU Ling .^.��������� Recorded in .favor of .; v . .  U Ling and Ah Tou^ 2'p.0 fe������t mimiig daintyi ^ricervUif, iprii 17, im.  r.TX?EHSOSTS living, within lhe precincts of tl?e  ./V. Tvnv u tj i;' Bn Dcei'vilie are;reQubsieu by ��������� the Fire  .Wardens to ��������������������������� A   . , ���������> r.~  Ammmiimnnm/-'  r.nd ft!so to clear-'"nway the'!JiOT*an������ nther coranusti*  j.- bltt tnniter * win tho roof in *ue aeigliboi;������pod'-oi' tae  (;.-/������'.  BEG TO ANNOUNCETnATTHfcY.BA.VJSRSirOV-Ellv--;  |>.   U������ Use SjKicUius prviwisi-'g &ruterly known as th*  St.: (Jv-oive S.iloon, whero > ihoy- ������'������Ji he at uli tiuits*  prepared to tarnish .,,..,.-;���������.      '.''.-. *' ������������������"���������  B 0 A'k D    AN D    M BAL S   / ,   ;;  OF   THE   BEST J^tkiATYA  Th?   BAR    , - fimiielscd'wUh the' ftne^t W1SS3      ,  riQuoKSandCio^^.i ; ���������        .; "!'^;,}  Board,' -. $14 'per' ;Wee;]������.fe:'. Bsmsaanam  TITfg-CARIBgO SENTINEL  SATURDAY JULY tl. im     -  ^ULKHEADvMEETiNG.  ���������evening  :H.To<id wa* appointed chairman, and Mr J.  *S. i Itfenrpwa secretary. - "V:,";;-,^ ;.v'-';  Tb'j^httirman stated the ���������object of the meet-  lng1������WM to devtso'meana to keep the wa tor; of J M.���������e W^,;_V^^- ?���������������-!: rySS'?:}"*   ^.i^^X'  the creek from running tbrougb- the streets;  pumping ; their pumps will bo up in a: fortnight, The Klevevi of England are unaite to  work their deep ground without a new pump,  but are finding pay where they are working.,  The West of England have issued payees for  tenders for machinery. The Murtk? teV h4  running a drain. I '���������_..- y . w . .  ' ItARVKF OBKKK-  Foster co. have completed their wheel-pit;  and are about, commencing to build machinery. The Minnehaha co:'have Hni*he4 "(heir  tap-drain' to their blind shaft 130 feet ahead  ������*ahd cal led P po n tli use p resent to co mo,, for  ward and express their view* as to-the .best  ijneabfi"tff attwiifing that end.  Mr Davison.said.we had already pflid about  -$500 this sprj.ng towards repairing the damage  ��������� dijne:ib:ilie street by,,the creek runniug into  *it.   If we let.matters remain 8* they sue until  the fall freshet, they would then bo n* bud as  -ever. He thought that a bulkhead, pimilar to  'that built by Government.at the upper ond of.  ��������� t bo ��������� tPyrn - won I d; be vsu flic i en.t: 411 -oriler to  obtain tbelfi.tiws of' \ bose prefer,t the speaker  <jn6ved, seconded by MrC. yaillaiicoiir.��������������������������� That  ah biilkbeadbe built behind the town."  [Sub-  ;r*eqm?hlly withdrawn in favor of; Mr Op pen-  :' i. e i mer s fcotiud; A Ay ' '���������. '������������������'��������� T.A. ���������" '-.    ���������" ���������.-���������"-.��������� A -.< ���������  Mr I). Kurtz suggested that tbe ^Government  -should pay at least, half of the������expeuses.  Mr;;2jf, Crrimbaiicijflaid that tIk>. Ftreet������was  V*jvtptj'a part of the Yale and Cairoerotiton  ���������: waj?ori���������-:��������� sroai); wbi3b the Goyeratnent were  h ou lid "���������\ to; Me e p in repai r,: a nd th on gb t /tbe  *GoVtjrnp$ent should bear the whole expense,  Mr paroston conciirred in]J'fp Grimbaura s  rTiewa,:i������id.saiddf ho tpwawer* here theGpij  oriunen i wov 1 d net oiri y Jraep the joad jn re-;  pair, but would towre io protect it fi*6m;the  ravages iof^bti ������jwft^:;t&^  ��������� ab la to ox and' ni 11 le.te*������i s."'. A That 'becai tse i i  [a was tbe,misfortnno pi tlie people of >Barki*r-  vrtll������to .livela their p.reJ5ent locality, that was  mo feaso n w hy '\frey; eapii Id \ be pi t ami u al ly if*)  ia gr������������at. outlay fbr;tbe purpose jit keeping in  A, repair %h*main highway, of :rfeiCountry. for  whichA\\ipt/hare, yearly endured the heaviest  .jkind of taxation.   If ..tbo town were removed  to Coroer5pntb^ XtO;mbrro w "tbe lGo*em tooni.  won I d; bavo to. pro tec M b e road way here, and  their liability was tbe same now.   He would!  : enggest =;(hat������lap proper vniejnori a! be drawn.;'  elating 7ffcie*5Biat^ter ia stfpiig terms, abd pre-  :aenledip tbejGoyejrnme������itv  -   ....;. ...  Mr I. 0 ppenbeuher moved^ secoadcd -.by  ��������� Mr I>, Rurtz, that a comaiittee be appointed  ���������to draft a-iDeuiprla! to��������� tbe iihletCommissioner  of jLands':, 4hd WorH*,* a������qne*������ti������g������������������; that the  iGovermnent ^should at the earliest date possible adopt means to protect theroadthroogb  ihe town of BwkerviHe ^fpftm fresnet^. and  ^ihrtt ttie-Commiitoo should-w'ftit ^i������pon Ii. M.  Kal 1, Esq4'Cottiniiftsion^r, Ho ob.taie.Jii^TtfCom:  uiendatiou of tbiar request.  Dr. Chipp   said   that-when  Goverrrmont  levied road taxes and fold property it wns  ajothinff more than right that that body sliotild  uotouiyboild tbo roads but keep them in re-  ;pair. . ���������!'.. -���������*  v    ������������������'-.;'    - '  ��������� _:     -: J '  ���������Mr Qppenheimer's motion was then put and  carthx], and '.the cliairoiaa .then naoied the  rfollowsno; committee, viz. :������������������MeRsrs. Barnslofi.  Thompson... Uhipp. jDppuObetaier,  Skioner,  ������^ninbff\im and Todd.. " ."* .      v-  The meetingtben adjourned.  with expectation of continuation -of. the old  pay^ The Ouramingsco. liave-oc*m|)leted thei-r  flume.: 1600 feet m ie'bgth, and joined it, to  the Manitoba Annie; whiph is.650 feet \n  length. The Manitoba co. are: laying a new  track in funnel, and are petting dtimp-b-ox  and slmcos. Vno Uomioion co. nave hjwalt a  wheel and are preparing to sink; will bottom  in: nbont two weeks. The Perse vor an coco,  will have their fin me, 382feettn length, completed next week, airfl will 'be talking <nit pay  in abont a fortnight. The IMcFMry co. fs  taking out pay. .A Ci^mpany ol Chinamen  below tbe last named is aim lo'iogwell.  KRtTHLKY CUKKK.  t  Ooliu-ltoss & Co. have finished fttrlppiog,  and are 11 o w b otto mi ng -w p an d d oi n g Well. ���������  Ayi a. ..   . :8N6wsnoic;cmo������K. /j  ;J. Edwards* at 4noufli of Bno wflhoe, is sink  i ng a b U nd els aft Sn h w At u n ne I. The in/1 jca-  'tions in this'clalm are good, there being, no  doubt that Mr Kdwards l.s now in the deep  channel of Snowsboe:<cree?k, which bag not yet  boen-pYogpected^ '���������'���������."; '���������"��������� .���������'."'"���������';  ��������� we  our business io  positively cMsing; ;;o:������t  arkeryille altogether,  we beg to call the attention of the pub-  ge and varied  assortBient  Merchandize at our estab-  '"���������NkitRTXQk.~ln auofher-coiomn our readers  will' find, a;notice of the .nmrnage of our  friend Mr:-ttall.yMimster \6f tbe Wesleynn  Cbi i rcli a t JI a rkervi -ft e. 'We.: ns wol I ns bis  numerous friends bore; Rinooreiy wish Mr  Ha) I an d h is b ri d e hTI rli.e j oy a nd bap p iness  attainable in married'fife,  .Usprat AtmKST.-r-Thonias 8 tovenspn,; the  res p ectatt I e I oo ki hg o\ d gen tie m an who w as  arrested her^J|.|iree wei^ks ogo, is : n ccord insr  to tiio last Victor la papo ra. 1 y i ng in j ai l a n d er  a xharce of obtaining $1200 Irom Wells,  Fargo tt Co. undortalse-pretences.;    V-  Baknard> Exprkss arrived last night' at 19  ofclcrck. bringi rig ���������agnail, an express, nnd ; the  fol low ing 9 asson cerisr": M iss Hastie; Mr Rob 1.1  S.tevenson, and Mr Sylvester. ��������� pp..  BARNAarTa Expkkm ileffc on Sunday morn,  ing, the 21st inst., carrying a mail, an express,  and Marcus Wolfe; Mills Bowden, and another  passenger for Tale, .AA p  .Thk Kanaimo MunDKB.���������Georgo Bell, convicted of the murder of Tholaas Dutson. has  been sentenced to be hung.-        '  lAiyiMsip9 a.'large -lot of .Haiich- Butte^:  at ^3^;l'-||.:cents; per  Intending purchasers will da  well to give us a call before purchasing  elsewhere."  Barkerville, July 26,1872.  NEW ADVEOTrSKMENTS  t.-      MINING iNTELUGSNOa.  Th������ Cornish co. washed up 100 oz. l������sii  'Tuesday.   The Flume co. washed up 105 oz.  *la*t we*k.   Tbe McLnHghlin co. had Sli ok.  -on Tuesdsy.   The ChtDg Yen co.^Well'Mary  ^nne) Washed "upwards of 100 oz. lastSamr*  -������lay nigbL   Tbo Caaket co. is paying well;  The Hiack-J"ac4ace. took out $2200 for five  'daye7 washing.  The Lauo & Kurtz co. are abrmt completing  way  PUBLIC  ooipaiiy.  l\TOTICE  AuctiQft-Mining Interest,  ELDORADO CO., LIGHTNING OREKK.  XTOTICE^ IS HEREBY GIVEN . THAT  U Oue-bttif ,of One. Full Jatcreat in the Kldonitb  Company on Lightning Greek, owheu by llerman  Korroann, will t>e eolii by 1'ulnic Auction at tli������(>urt'  House, Kichfleld, oa MONDAV, tbo.23th July, Uisrt.,  hi 12 o'clock la the foronoiin, f'������)r Assc������.vmenis.  A. JOHNSTON ������, Secretary. '  July 10, 1872. . ji*������*,  TS IIEREBY GIVEN THAT THE STOOE  ,X 8������oks of tdie K;au:trta faoile Railway Company  will be opened cm the Fir$t day of August next (1872)  Id 't to pro*i ncoof Brt tish Col aml>ia. to vv it: in the  City of Victoria, in iko hands of Wiixtam C. W^kd  Esq.' ������  Parties.r}esi'rc������i3.of-������nHk|-nfi:nppFkatipn for Stock in  tne iiaid' Company will p|*������a.s������- ad{lTo.������s rhemselvee in  the Province of British Columbia to tho person herelit  ttbbre named.  E. LF.F. DE BELLEFKUn.LK.  Secretin*.  ffoatrc-al, 24th of ,7un<\ 1872.. j u27 ? m  IfAVAnEK, ������UKcr* Wnipa.  Sjecrktahy Ii Trsasurfr, ��������� ��������� Wm. Jf cCotr.  8TAr.it MA5ACER,         .....   J. Z.  UoCOll'  COSTLTilKR, F.  PerkktT.  Electoral District of Cariboo.  1 OOUR.T OF REVISION will be held by tliij  lx Registrar of Voters at the uuderuientioacd  place* iu tire respective Polling Divisions of tho Cariboo District en the duys herein published, viz :  1. LIGHTNING CRKEK���������At Mr Lindhard's Saloon,  on Saturday, 10th August, at hail-past Sieve*,  a in.  2. WILLIAMS LAKE���������At Mr A. S  Bates1, oo rues*  " <lay, IStli August, at One, p.ru;  3. QUBSNELMOUTH���������At Mr Barlow's Store, on Fri  day, IGtu August, on arrival of the steamer.  4. BARKERVILLE���������At" Richfield  Court  Kous������,  on  Monday, the 19th August, al Eleven, a.m.  5. K&1THLEY CRF.KK���������At Mr Smith's Store, Bar-  y--y Cn.-ek, vn Monday, 26th August, at TWUvu  o'clock, noon,  H. M. BALL,  R-������KJ3trar oi L'ariboo JJistiict,  RichfleW^ July 10th, 187*. juW -U  >' ^anwihklc:. ;Store,;,iv  LIG H T NIN G   C RE E K;  \:'. Has..- j list' been re -  ,*���������  assor  meiit of everything  ������t!  m  raaers  of a spSen  assoi  ges  Tbe Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Association  ���������duce, for theifctiiiwe, ou  Mill pro-  t* Iructod wj th asirott^i mengtk ^a^can 'be im-  Cpavt������ni *to wooden ��������� ma clitnery.  Tne^laSk Bull cp. wafllicl up :45 oc la%t*  *-week. '��������� _.  GliOUSlO CR������KK.  ^ The Tiftdy of tho L������ke lostrpay for a short  ���������itime hy riWrnjog tinkerncath ih'o ;pay frr^^lj  .-^ml have agaiii  found  it   ZhovCascade.co.  ^asht^vnp 4i),oz. last week.  ������������������������  UGRTXLVa V&EF.K.  The'%j\g))txdng co. i������ payinjr over expewes.  'The S<������iiU) \Vn\es, ca. aro nie������ting wjtha.^poatij  ?many lKMii<ierMi������t took out7i OK,i!usl We^fj  Tho Hpwict* oo. jfcr* erect?rig ������ shfCfMion������e. ���������  flho Viiiivv1nkJ������ ci>.aro  pnltin^ fWr' purrr^s  ���������ah oijlt'r,aml will,ho a-blo to $o to work in  ah������ itifggingii P* pooh  us the 'pumpf* are &r-  eanaefl.   The'Vipioiia nnd Vancouver cow-  p*n\m ������r������ ^ttina.reacly -for their pnmpa.���������  ^4^^1ai2ataae,au^.4icariv ready locosntnecoe  FOR  ������51  Wi>th tho following cast of characters:  S?iaiuel f������nozz!������/.      - ,   .' ' -      Mr Gomnr Johaas  Mr Sp'rffeiaii,   - v   ���������      -      - ..    Mr John Hudsofi!  Mc-Charles Mmrkhara,     .'-.      .       Mr I. B. Fisher.  ���������������������������IAmi Sfnkc, R.M..    ���������      ,'     .       Mr J S. Thompson  Poance (a Detective Officer),     -       Mr .J. K Sullivan  Joseph (a Waiter),     - .       Mr Frank Perreti  ^p'-rinteDd<������nt (a Railway Official),   Mr John Botn-iTn"  Telcgn.ph Clerk,        -      -       .       Mr J: K. Lr.igiuon  tiix* Fanny Spriff^ins,   .   FIorenc* Wilson.  <iuur.i������, l*������i8sengers, &c, ko.  To conclude with  Gomic and Sentimental  Songs, ice.  83r~ For particulars, see Frograramea.  IG-HTNING- CREEK.  1V1 $1  A       Q  ���������PARKER  e  AVINQ- PTJEOHASED TKS ABOVE  Hotel from Mr J. J Robertson, begs to inform  .tho invelUng ptibiie and the Miners, of Cariboo that  he will do his utmost to sustain the well-earned ro-  nutation of tbe houso as a ilrst-class Hotel.  be surpassed in quality or price;'    .  jeSSf*"After th*. 1st of Joly, Gooils will b������  flelireietl accordiug to order on alt outaida  CreekH.  .T. W. LINDHARD.  Yun Winkle, June 5.1872.  THE-TABL  WHI as usual be fumlEbod with  aifordfi.  tho best tho Market  .^B-.Daor* open   at  8  mk'������������c* .n/Kijrht o'clock.  EutLTtainrncut  to  corn-  Tickets,1 $t- Ruserrefi gijata, $1 50���������to hi hid of  Va Vitrify 4&*y*Qih6������ .4  lis well stocked with Snirits, Ale?, Winos and Cigars.  s  Are com fo rtahly f'u rn is h et!, an -J &. 1 n rgc, ad di lion to}  tha nuuiber of rooms is now being made.  Hnvjuir n������ctMvofi a quantity of  FRICSH DRUG.S, f nntice the'dif-  fe*rent uiediciil preparations, ho  as to a^sure inyHelt they an* th������*  roijiiire-fj Hlroiigth. Tersoufl ia  Cariboo or on tbo Road will  lienelit by Kendmjr any prescript  tions or orders tbey may wiwh  nlU'd. y y  Families on lhe fioa'd will got  thein by letiirn Expr������������s-  DR.CHrPP,;  ..Drug Store,  ���������   Barkerville, .  !S3������  1  ������  %  XXt)  &  Are tho'best in the upper cauutr*.\ tan4  l>e %-gll stivpUvi. witU,K'������y '���������u'a Gr^ia.  wiU  altravs  G-eneral Agency^  JAMES   WiCKHAM,  1  : ���������'  v Bari*i*vDa*. j*a  awnMMBWtf&g ^injiin'i ��������� '^'in " ���������" 'ii rmiiwwBwroiftWH^^ 'HriK^a^gprnic^.^aatu^'Cir^iar-^^  TiIE:-CA1050t> SExNTilEt  SATOIUUV. JULY 27. 1872.  r MAU2UED.  In V&jthrift; July 4th. at' the Westeyan  ���������Church, by toe Rev. Win. Pollard, assisted' by  the R*v. Thus. Derrick, of Nanaitiio. ������nd the  lie v. A. E. RtiHai. M.A., or New. Weslminattir,  the Rny. Jowm Haix, ;of Uark������rv,il}e. to  Jteaain, seco n d .ti a-ugkter of the fie v. William  .Pollard, of Victoria, B.C.  -,./.;>:,;.-   EUROPEAN. y-A  Dubjia. ihily 18���������Ttie parties concerned in  :b urn ing Justice Keogh t a efh*gy hava been  ���������committed for trial. ���������  Geneva. July 24���������Th<>"Board of Jkrfcjuration  of Icinowk-dge was_-e*ineed eyes, hy old poli  ti cf a������������j *������ io out f5 in a tion. ex I������ nt of cou titvy.  nnd resource*. British Columbia wu* in &  great, meaauro aii unknown wgrnnyji floating  island-as it were.uitnated berwoeu'Manitoba  and Jfeipan : but every one displayed anxiety  for information, and seemed to recognize  thoroughly: that without the .possession of this  province and the Pacific seaboard the unity  of the Dominion uiu&t be incomplete.  With reference to lhe proceedings of Parliament <Uniag the; lust season".': he iremfcrked  that tJwTeprese ti rati vet* from BHtis'h Columbia went to Canada as supporter* of the present Govertmient; as by supporting rbcm our  province had everylbing to gala. Mad tbey  not done &u, they would hare been.iVcroant  to the interests of the province and guilty of  1 the most suicidal policy, and he was happy  AITIAOWWATIONS-  5,000"  20-600  to;say that ati the Senators nnd in-embera had  throughout the session woTlced heart and hand  together with perfect unanimity. lie had  found the. present Ministry disposed   to"So  Salary of Liea M*overuor,  Salary of Auditor,  Salaries of Sirpretnoand County Court  Judges,  pwba We ex pen se of adm������ riis tratb n <of  i  Justice, ; .������������������ .:.. ���������  Expense .collecting Customs,  Mail service���������Ocean'. $54,000; Inla nd,  ��������� $50^)00, ���������' ������������������"   ������������������" y       *' ���������      mmo  Lv*hl booses���������Maintenance, $'1630;  ConstrucuVus $9.0rti).  Telegraph Line-Subsidy and aiaitt-  ie nance,  Blasting Sister Rock,  Marine '������*xp������Mises,  1 r11 and' Re.ven ue ex pmwes/  J Victoria Dredger expenses, ''  Steamer Sir J*i. Douglas. *xp*UP*v  Buildinir Custom-house and PostoflSce,  Victoria.  Building Marine Hospital.  !$RT;.. .  itnnl to assassinate LnwiCittgahd Q  UNITED STATES.  Newport'JiitVii���������thi World's cable dispatch from Geneva says : Serious.etnbarrfiss-  niieut baft been caused iu Board of Arbitration  by the English protest1 against the consider  aiion of any arguments throwing any blame  on Great Britain. England insists that the  Interpretation of this evidence practically admits the consideration of indirect- claims  whicjr.weta presented only to prove otber  'Claims which otherwise It would "be hnpossi-  ble to -an bstantlate. Should this evidence be  -excluded few cases can be reached... -..,:���������  Geueral Hyap, who '-arrived from. Florida,  denies the reported capture by Spaniards of  n portion of the "Fanny" expedition. He  ������renounces, the expedition a success as far as  J*ndimjr xafe and,canveyauce into tbe interior  la concerned; .AA'A'A -'*"' >  SpringfteM.-- M*������s., 24th^The University  to at race took place at noon.. Harvard ahead  until last half tnfle! when Am hurst made n  tnagni������c*ut spurt and/ crossed- the line 1 ������  length*^head, ^Harvard, .2d ; Agriculture.  3d ; Bowdoin,4Jb:/William. 5th ; Yale. 6th.  Th* favorites were both beaten in tbe race.  New York*. 22d- John Miller, formerly an  ������11 n c He~ of' the Sti b'-TreaKii ry u ad er Bu tier-  field, re ce n tl y removed f o r forgery, was arreted 1������Wt ���������nijjht char-eed with forgery for  large. aiBAiuuts ou eeveml flrm.8.  ������8B������-<������������-  : POLITICAL MEETLVGL  On Saturday evening, the 20th last., at ���������  o'clock, a public meeting was held at the  Theatre Royal for the purpose of affording  Mr Thompson, Member of the House of ,Cotn ��������� I  mo as for tbe Cariboo Liliooet District, an op-  Liberal Opposition were liberal in the abuse  of all the acts of the Govern meat���������liberal in  professions, but illiberal in practice���������afraid  to iiicnr the responsibility of ������Dlcring upon  great measures of progress. .. v."  The most, important measure passed in the  recent session so far a* both the interests of  Britiesh Columbia and the Dominion io general  were concerned, was the Pacific Railway  Bill, wbicb was carried by a large majority,  in spite ot factious opposition. The.leaders  of toe Opposition denied that they had ever  opposed the railway or the admission of Brit-;  ish Columbia.���������they had merely objected to  some of the terms of union. The record of  last year, however, and .the published speeches  of Messrs. Mackenzie, Blake, Anglio. Youngi  Dorioiu aud a host of others, show with what  determination they fought against the whole  scheme They opposed the extent of our  representation, the land subsidy,, and, above  all. tbe railway terms. Tbis year amendments  were proposed calculated to hamper the efficiency of the. railway scheme, aud retard the  progress of this great undertaking; but even  the opponents of the measure reluctantly'admitted that the terms of union must be carried  out, while several gentlemen,woo at first opposed the terms of ;\tnion, arid wbo rank as  able statesmen and financiers, such as Sir A.  T. Gait and M essrs. Mc Don gal I a n d ' Car t.  wrigbt. voted for the bill introduced by Government  No doubt could now bo entertained bui  that the preal enterprize'of bui 1 <1 ing a Canadian railway from ocean to ocean wo did he  carriwi out. Tlie subsidy, of $30,000,000 and  5U,O������O,O00 acres of land offered eertainly liberal imlucemenfs, and already two companies  had been organized and were' competing for  the privilege. Surveys were being energetically pushed on on both sides of the Rocky  Mountains,  Work on the railway itseif would  Preliminary"imiji for Penitentiary, 55100 for <he companyrwhav������������ajways felnwd to  Indian affair* 20 000 recogriixe-any one iHse ottt Kirwin. and hotd  ; Militia  equipments, stores and   ex- bim for ashmen is.. r   />  penses,                                      ' 30.000     Lrn*Ke.xartiuied.��������� 1 waaaWced if I claimed '.  Grant towards Immferatiou/ 5;iW0 ^%wi,n*s V'temt;��������� I said ������������������ tip ������'I tnlffihiv*]  portunity of explaining the course taken by  him and tbo other British Columbia members be commenced next year, and probably within  U the Dominion Parliament The meeting I ?ve *"*?* the gi^anUc iindertaking which a  ������,a-i-,^in������ii a     is it , , 6  ������������w y^rs ago was ridiculed as a visionary  was largely and influeaHaily attended. delusion would oe completed.    "  Mr J- H. Todd, who was appointed Chairman,!!* a. few happy remarks, announced to  Hie meeting that Mr Thompson, who had just  retn'rned from Ottawa, was present, and would  ���������give aa account of what had been done in tbe  last session la regard to British Columbia.  Mr Thompson then came forward and said  What   the  future* of British Columbia would be thereafter no oue could foretell, but tbe greatest  benefits to this province, now so remote from  the rest of the world, must inevitably ensue.  Independently of the advantages arising from  the carrying trade of the Bast, the opening ot  the railway must attract a large population  to our shores, and with increased facilities for  ton  BrtiTttH  coiAtfBu   kok 18 lb fast, he 'asked we it I reptvseaied Kir win I  .1872-73..;, \l told htmy* no." I atnqot KirwinV agent; I  $8000, told defenrtantg. on ������������������.the ICAh or l?ih. to r������-  itho've {iieir stakes: if tfiey <ii& aotdo no there  Would be a law wilt.  10,000  20,000  25,509  39.000  7.000  . 2.000  2.000.  10,009  20,000  25.000  2-O.fiOO  James Turjey aaid:���������I am one oC the pur*  chasers of Built-y's iatereut; Klrwiti Owned V  orie-{*ixthnndividw! interest^ alter tho sale {  came over nnd. purchased X on li, employed  men. .<&a?  Han kin informed. ine tli at. he had ?  got Chinamen to saw hy contract; I took  over one man nud arrived buck oil HaryeV  creek oil the tilk lust.; seven men weieworfc-  j������ng on an average right through; alnce tW'  Htii. not less than sevea men < on> the ;ith;������l  taU Shubert that they should ootg^t any of,  tlri'grownd if I could help It 5 ou tuViilli, I  saw Sh������<>eri, and lie said he whs going ^ to'  work on the ground : I told bint hi* w6uhl b������  on*ly lo^Hg... Iiirt labor ;   on lb* Wtu or 17th  Bn-wkin and i told htm to draw. hiBMakas.'; ho  refused ^ I thon'came over and took out a  summons; the men were employ rd io work  V        " ���������    .     :v' $377,000.  Subsidy; ja accordance with: Union  Terms, /A ,V 214.0.10  Interest saved and Sinking Fuud,'      120,000  ���������;'";. $711,000  Less  probable, receipts  from: Cub-  toais tiow collected by Dominion  Government, 300,000  l.Ay:s...A:AA, ' i a    /wi ;"i$4M,0PQ  Add  to this approximate jralo   by       ���������  adoption of Canadian Tariff, 64.000  And the gain;to "British Columbia Is.  for ensuing yeart $475,000  At the concltisioQ of the speakers remarks,  which were most . favorably received,1 Mr  Pearson moved, seconded by Mr Barn six) n,  "That the course pursued hy-Uv Tbompspii,  our. representative in ihe House of t'ommous  at Ottawa, is.satisfactory to this meeting and J  [.meets with its approval." This motion being.  put was carried unanimously. The meeting  then adjourned.  :���������;   ���������'. .   :...  KINIXG. ������������������COURTa  (Before U. it. B;iU, ISsq , Golrt Commlsslooer ah<'  A, "��������� Canity Court Judge.j  .  Wkdxksday. July 24, 1871  Prrsrvbravck- Co. (liarvey Creek) vs.  TnoxiAs Si u������ a 11 d. Augi;st Shi1 b krt.v-M r Ba rn  ston appeared f->r the plaintiffs, and said this  was ail action calling upon tho defendants to  show cause why they should not b? ejected as  trespassers from tbe plaintiJTs mining ground  on Uai vey creek, and why they should not  pay $500 damages occasioned by such trespass. The Perseverance, ground had been  taken up and recorded on the 2bfh Nov., 186'fi,  and consisted of 1200 feet of abandoned  ground, which was held in six interests (200  feet each) by the I ale Nicholas Bailey and  Kitwin's interest; I said "tip :" I imgbt.havi*  said that I did not represent Kir win's iii ter*  est.     lyAlA  AA'A     ���������'���������������������������'������������������ ' A ' '["' ���������     '���������;���������-'  vMt Davio, for tlw defence, said the * act tort������:  ought to have been lo have tlie record..cnn*,;v  Cell���������<(!������������������ That deft*ndant������.crtiild not he ejected,..',  as they were running a Wiiinel through the. "���������  ground by arrangement made wittriVrsev;er% .  ance co./bntl thaaluitt wa������ mifitc in its present  position to cut ihe water oft' froni the tunnel.  The plain tifta had -not claimed  lo" tvp resent  Kir win, and consequently; de feudality took,up *:  .(ha*interest as atiaudonedl   The' costs ought A  to be eqnally dividfd. aa it was th������ plaintills*   ;  faiilt that (he defendants were led in 10 error.  We defendant did itoi now dispute lhe pi bin*'  tiffs' titletothe 200;feet.  .    yZ/iA Apy 1 .;  ���������?- J am es L aid la w su id :���������I am! am ember ��������� of ��������� ��������� *;  the Dom in io h; co.. adj 0 in i ng tb e 1 %������rsvVeran co .  co.:; Turley'.'������������������ came' iip bn the pIh:ahd spoka  about Shttbert aiakihg ground-'r'Slnihtrt *M[  ho.intended to hold the ground ; Turlwy eaid.  he neither.claimed ICirwin's ground nor rcpfer; ���������;  senied him. but Shiibert coiild geCHOgrouiid';.  ibere-;'Shubert tt'sk4td to p;vv asieessmeuts;'  :  Rao kin' re f 1 iised'; :sai d wc Wo'it 111 have to, work. A  on sta ked grow n d ; they: den led cf aimih g or :,  representing'Kir win's interest;  Wo therelor.wi..  held Outo-fi,'���������;���������we b������,dan agreement^ with.Bai*.-  I������fy to r������ a the ttih'neI ���������;���������* th^ ,<������dge of the: pit' waa 71  withini;l$ feet of the Dominiori coi's lit������>; tlm  Dominion Co.* were working at. -shaft! which;'  wn?.:sunk.'or. the purpose of. w.ornitig Domin-.:,  ion groupd... ., ��������� ,.  Cross-examined���������Tlie .ground jumped by  the defend an la w a������ reprvseo ted by the Dv'  ruinioo co. AA; ". ������������������ '   : ������   i   ':...   **  Tbe Gold Commissioner .*aid:���������I cannot;  ih������tt he considered  no fitter occasion could  travel and transportation of machiuerv, our  piwiit iisMlf to meet his old Cariboo friends  on his rel urn from Canada limn  Kary oi  the day on  which BriIii  bad emerged from the dependent  a Crown Colony to the dignitv  peiideii't province of ihe Dominion  recognize the innocence of the defendamajti,.  s ta kin g off the grow n d.   f he cl a i in. h as beett  fully repfespnted, and when requeaSedUte de-*  fen d an ts h a ve refusod to dra w  t het r stake*.  If the defendants had acted rightly they would' ���������  have come into Court th#: moment ihe;r ad*  mission into the company was refused by tho  plaintiffs.   The plaintiff* have followed Vie  only course open to them, that of 'applying (  for an order to eject.   I accordingly on!critic stakes placed   by the tl^fendaaiH to bo  others. Tdc ground firtallv leJl into the hands , .   . (,  of two of the partem, NichoUs Bailey and j drawn ana their record to bexancalied,  Patrick lOwiu���������Bailey holdiug SveinterestK.  ���������*&������ :  or 1000 feet, u:i������i Kirwin 2<K> foet.   The inter-j ��������� ^Vzvck Nrw8.-S������1w������W nr.iv������fl l.v Bsr-  ests  were, undivided.     Last boring uaiioy.l  &m He h������^l been honored by riie elect   ������ boo la.-itye.Hr by being'clioseii n������ their "first  S: )>pre^/atatiye .in the Dominion Parliament.  m nndygenertd election being now at hand he  If appeared before them as a candidate for their  ������������ mi Ifragf������ o nee m ore,. i n the It 0 p a th a t his p a r-  P liamentary i������ecerd during the past session had  B   proved sa^Hiactory-  m He t hen p ro deeded to con t r as t th e p resen t  S cpMllmyf British Ooiumbia as a province  ��������� with her former -condition as a Crown colony.  M Then she was groaning and sinking under the  H burdea of heavy taxation and an mwm*im  M debt, while Tiow^lw-si^^ five from debt, en-  H Joying ������qual- \mvlleges in parliaitusnl; with  g ihe older provinuw; bet Lieutemuit-Gover-  M ilt������r and Judiciary, paid bw the Dominion Gov-  m eriiment, postal rat<������a'. rcuiueed, large appro-'  m jiriaiions made lor improivetnents. Ciisunnn  g duties in general lowered, ibe ten and cotee  S duties abolished, which had wot been antiei-  m pated at time of union, while i$\ei. subsidy paid  g -from tbe general revenue' had enabled ike  m Provincial L^UIature to liWlwti the road*  m tolls and reduce t'ha exorbitant fw������ formerk  1 pftW by tbo minBC8.- Tba-imt rtafofe proiif-JT  g liiijua wjtb, Briiisij Columbia aitowri to tMe  last/pl* of Canada.w������������ -titom our ������*ei?ibers  including a mwjoriiy from every province,  sbowed that the public sentiment was in favor  of a measure tending to promote good feeling  between the United Stales and the Dormhbm,  and offering particular ad ran luges to British  Columbia by opening American par is to the  products of tho fisheries of Canadian Pacific  waters.  The abolition of tho duties on tea and coffee  in the United SUteri necessitated a similar  course on lhe part of Canada, and the Finance  Minister in proposing the measure stated that  with a surplus un hand of SI -millions of &������l  law lie did pot propose, theiujposilion ol any  new tat to meet the deficit.  During the session 117 Acts were passed.  rime until last Saturday by seven and eigh  On the nightof the 7th, or the morning of the  8ih July. Ktrwin's inUuest was jumped by the  defendants, who had staked off 200 feet of tho  ground at the upper end of the claim and re  corded Kirwiu*������ interest in the   tinworked 1  ground on the l.-lth inst,.- The defendants had  persisted in holding and working these 100  feet, and the plaintifis had been compelled to  resort to lejral proceedings to oust them.   -  1)n.11 aid Ran kin. loreoian of Perseverance  co , proved that up 10 the lime of tha jump  the claim h.������d been fully represented, imp  after that toe from seven to eight ������en bad  a re mak ing wages, others n o t d oiajf' mo ch .���������  Han klii'd con 00 was fired on at the Forks of"  Skeena by ladianp.   Considerable excitement  prevailed, :but no massacre reported in Omin*>  eCH*     A 01*1 II  U������HI WW   ���������! llOniBTi IVii*-*, ������ ftiOuwi"*;  I miner, said to bft a native of Missouri, blew ���������  his brains out a short "time before Sylvester  arrived on his last ilp  *rip;   Vfm. ^fcliito^  died at Kort St. .lames last Wednesday weekA  from the effects of poisoning previously re*;   ���������  ported*        -.-.���������,.. ;  ''.'"-..���������    '.a  Tin* Lan-k akp KobWCo.���������Mr R.H.Brown, -  Superintendent of this company, received a  been constat! 1 ly employed ;--also rtmt Shubert ^ijpatcb t)������ Tuesday, 23d Inst., from Col. (\  and -J am ea Lui d law had c*������ n 1 n. d o wn  to  th e  tl i e form er ha d t ol d h i tn  he  abandoned  inrarest.  had  and  &mk IkMjw&hi in iKwijamcttU   A &reMt- iac* ������Uteia������������t:  the greater part of course being of a private ! claim, aud  the for  nature, such as  those relating to batik*, rail- j located   Kirwin?&  ways, <fcc, .which, however, .required .carefill i wished to know tbe  amount of nsse.**itteM..N  consideration in commilleej, Jo the Estimates, due on it. and when he could go to work.  liberal sumawere voiod for lirttish Columbia,  Witness told him he could recognize no one  in fact more liberal than in the opinion ot the ivu't "Kirwm; or his airent. . Shubert \'m bse-'  "O p position tbo pr 0 v i n ce was entitled to 4, an cl  q u e n tly we a fc to  work < > n th e part- 0 f ill e;  to prove the benefits wliioh wo derived irom  ground which he had staked off.  Confederation   in a pecuniary  view, iad������-      Cross-exim  peu de ntjy of the ex\iendi tn re 0 a r ait way *  vayfi/fe*''submitted the' foliowiiyf Soiujc?  C. Lane, at San Francisco, bating that two������..  iron puttips*. 13 inches in. diameter, and exh;;,  boiler, bad been ordered, and would juion b������ .  forwarded to facilJt'ate the working of thif  meadow mines.      ������������������ *    * ���������     ���������'  AKKLiOTfN'O-Mr T, R. Patfnllo hmreceived/,  information that Air liobert 8ummerav who  Jeft'herejiist summer III of eonsujuption,..^^.  There was ji0, h<ipes ��������� >f f BflCARlBQO Si^'TIIE;  -j>u ������> ..tv.  ��������� -���������-���������"" ^     -���������-*  WKpNESDAY;1 JULY'2-1,'1872;  TEEE'aK.AiP:MI���������.';  :'.. ������������������;."/. A/ y viotoria.,/ ZAA/ZZi  .; Victom, July 22���������Bj. the eteamer Emma,  from Nao ai mo, we bear that iiiteifigenco has  iVeb received from SKeena of an uprising of  Indiaifcat the Forks, .anil that.the whi te reg.i-  ������dent8 had.all l>een catu'dered. ,It Is more than  Jifctflythat a'war vessel will fbe sent North  ���������3inmediaielr:   Further particulars aoxiously  Hooked iorr ,'./'! AAA A, \   \-AlpyAwAl  ������������������/������������������'/:' ''"/:��������� CLINTON...   ..���������'.       '. ...  Clinton. Jnlv, 20-���������A luriona thunderstorm.  New York, .July 20���������ft is rumored tliat  Stewart has given $30,000 in aid of Greeley's  election. A. S. DitWiberry, a lawyer, committed ho icicle by shooting himself;ld6fc overling. Mind eunpoeed to have been affected  by &������un t&roke.      , ���������.     '; .-'���������  Sara'toga,; July ISth���������Longfellow, will be  taken lo Long Branch. -Most of the bora'e*  run at Saratoga race's" will run ini Long Branch -j  races.in August. Harper says that if. Long*;  fellow recovers.and.be fit, to race again, he  would :.nbt let him start in another race -if he  was certain of winning $10,000.! ' - ��������� ���������:  MISCELLANEOUS.  lying in the sWatb:at the time the storm occurred. The grain crop, ;however, was not  ^nuchinjttTed/ The telegraph, repnirer froip  ^fere^whi^ *V,as ajriick by  rJiphtnmi biiViiot seriously injured, the charge  -.partly eaeaping;-, through' a wet rope another  mi&u was holding; *;��������� ��������� ���������-'. ���������.;1'. !  ���������;;���������; /A//w//ym^Op:A/Z. Z'-Zwl  "Lytton, July'!2i--'Jir ?ushb"y.arrived, from  ���������''Yaie ii������i night and is holdiug Couuly Court  ���������^o-day.: No cases of: any note, vThe-farmer?  vtfetweea.nare andr'Lll!6oet have commenced  ���������;SarvestingA['.Freiguti eg! still contiriuea slack.  WcatWr warm. -������ w.a; aA:. ��������� ly-A-y'i-.:.  '  a���������: Z\;//,-i.A\^?ALT2.Ay' p-wp A _,:  . tYale, ��������� July 23~-Tb e; On ward brought up 15  rtona of freight laPt tripv' Five teams loading  ; -arid 'getting: ready for starting 'J"'; '���������': '���������   "': ��������� *; '*''=  Bar bard's Express left oh Sunday afternoon  r#W!.th: the foilowmgv p aKsengera:' .y' / f ���������.-.) ��������� A  iFor*Barkerville-���������II.U9: Hastie;   For Cold  ^Spring Hpuse^Mrs John' Boyd:;end;child'/  $ f Sarchii;.- Mr ;B.AStoven?V for- fearker'vil)e.  i\ iss A on ie Fel ker. ,fo r ��������� 1 ii m\\e , h ous e.   Mr  'Btichby, J.P������ f or Ly tioo.-   Mr Marcua Smith)  A^X&SA^TonteZZ,/ AA ZaZ/A-,.-- //.;  A. Z'ZaZ0^  -/Madrid, July 19^rAt,uiidnight;last night an  /attempt was made to assassinate the King and  .... 'Queeni' One'of the npsassins was killed and  rtwo  oapttned.   The King and;.-Queen, were  -driving borne; froti: the Patois garden-when  tho   would-be   assassins   tired   upon   them.  . .Neither was hurt, however.   There is iutetiiie  ���������excitement iri.tJSe city.. The a?sas'ains Were  ��������� 6ouvt?nicntly posted.in,the streets, and one as-r  ^idilant was instantly killed by an attendant  ' -of-the royal party.- ;The greatest indignation  is expressed attheT atrocious deed." -Crowds  ������ttlhe red lit. the neigh bo rb'o o d w hero the attack  was made, and .at 4 .o'clock in .the morning  ; i^imost the.entire population of Madrid'were  hav^ieoing through the fctreets.' Their Majesties  inaintathed their -self.possession during the  ~sc**ue of excitement which ensued.""  .London, July  20-^-Tho Prince of Wales  went on board the American 'fit-et ;at %Suuth-  ampton yesterday, but the vi^itwas strictly  private.   He declined an Invitation to visit-  Southampton..        ,'.'" ;  i Lo nd on; July 15���������It is rep or ted th at Par-  D1iament will ;be: prorogued'in August. The  .^and of the Grenadier Guards, is to give a  ,-fceries of concerts.at Liverpool. The steamer  Algeria, from Liverpool, takes a party of  'JCn^linh Retijerafor a Colony ,wjiich it is .intended to esiablish in jMinnesou.  It io imposKihle to g-ivo any Idea for certatn  'Oi"���������������tlie probabiO  uuralign  o*f tL6 ��������� present  ^Geneva Boarcl of Arbitration^.'/';  . </ Madrid, Jn 1 y . 2Orr-Corigratul ationa and e*i  ���������^>rei5sions of joy have been received by the  :^lng from all parts of the country.   Tho ox-  naminationvof the captured assassihsp 1!cits the  existence of ao regularly organ Ized. consp i r-  ^cy- ypAypAyi    sw-y-A'wA.s. -     ��������� ���������-.-���������.���������  ,A/A Ays..  ���������UNIT.ED..STATBS.- ���������'..  . New Ypr^ July .20���������The \Vorld?ii London  ���������*pvelal sjiys^It.ia apparent -that the argil-  '-ssefet/of .tire griiislr Agent before (ie-Geneva  ^TiibenaK under the.5th ai'ticio of: the treaty,  as ernbotlied in the-report of the committee of  Sioard of th roe relative toUni teil 8Uies claim p.  JlU*? examining D. St claiina, which were for  .^������^003.000, ihe cojBmittee' eay ^000,000,  wdAi4>e;euil(icl������at..;  A/At '��������� '..���������������������������    -A*  Van. Volkenottrgli ��������� & Co,  Retail; :^iite!i@rs, I a  ARKERVILLE;    RlCHFIEUD  ���������;.; ." j���������an������-. *���������;:       ������  VAN  WlhiKLE^    ';;.  A SUPPLY 'OF THE  BEST.P4IITY OF:' FRESH MATS  * s r   < ���������!,-);  ALWAYS ON HASD.  'shepard;  LUBBER'  BOOT'S  : - ������������������������ -:(Pauinted'December Is); 186^). ���������  lieather (putside^ Bales,  Tbo usuhrway of nailing Leather Solcs*on Rti'ibcr  Boots makes holes qui to. through, the Soles, which are  sure to leak. These I .either "Soles are fiisteneri by  anchors embedded iu thcRublJCr when the' Boots are  m:ule, buc do not go tlirou^U the Soles. The Boots  are. therefore perfectly AVater-Proof������:anil the  Soles' can bo Headed witiiout- niaking them  leak. They will wear three or lour times longer than  tlie ordinary {iouble*������ole Hub ber Hoots.  ;   .'KUBBKR GLOTEriNa-COMPANY,...  1SG3 Broad way;. New York.  : ���������   Michigan Avenue, Ciueago.  '.'..'���������;,���������. ,607 Market stroetj San Francisco.  FOR SALE BY ...../  C.-' STR'OU.SS & 'C.  'J.  je8 *m  V.'barf street, Victoria, B.C  A ��������� '   ' BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION, STORAGE;  Groceries, Provisions' and  Liquors.  d e ?  O T     F O E  DOS ���������CEE������I'S7I1EA'FL0!I1  PHEVEETlbl BBIf EB THAI������  T XIAV12 been requhsied, by several rvspeobi ble par-  i..Jti,,s,-. who call testify to the eJllcaev ol in*'������*'Ste;K  to agaiu make nubile 'the tact.'that /     "-;,���������"  Moses' Hair  InTigorator  WILL PRE VENT -BAtDNKSS, :  JftlSSJ'OBB 11 Alii THAT ISBECOJITNGTHIK  .,,.;.. ,:.OK FAIXIKG OFF, .ami elftotnitlly ������������������}-.'.  GUKf] SCUKF. OU DANiJKUKF...  \ This is not a: mere a,������sration on ������������y part, as I have  i n m y possess i an n u rn e ro us t y s ti mo n*i als cor i i i'yhig; to  the.success ol nty remcoy. , ;  .1 do not:ol coin-so pretesul that I can make tho hair  prow on heads which have been wild 'for vars- but  I wi 11 gunra atee .to stop the ha ir' Tfhm. la) 1 j p\������ o'{J, to  1 n cre.-ise i ts grow th, a u d e ll'ec iu a 1) y ro iii ove Sen ri or  BanciruaV.. . .. ,.;W. I). MnSKS,\  Barkerville,U.G..  '  'A    CKBTIFICATE."  This Jjslo.certify tb fit during last spring mv hair  .was.rapid\y fa\\mg "out ano my bbad was rasf. becom���������  injr oalu, when I applied-to Mr \V, Ji MOSES. Barber  I?arlcerviUft, who in a. tew weeks Stored my h������jr ������������������  i ts. fi inn er h ealtliy s tn-to.   .A   ; 'filfiik GI BBONS-  Barkcrviile AXwAZ% 13$fr*J       ��������� ' aMie    I  CLEAEIIG; OUT:." STOCK  To make room for Spring Good*      . ;  Tho,; underGifrnod beprs to inform tbe Miners  of Cariboo -that bo ia ������������������*,.  SELLING- AT. COST! ���������'  The followinpr class of Goods, especially [se!  "-������������������:'  Jected for Miners :  :-'.;������������������"���������'���������-.��������� Dryv.Gobds;"--' A,  ��������� ���������'.-���������- .'������������������:���������"��������� K '     ' .' ���������      ��������� ���������'       !  Un dersliirts,' S o cks,  t   cy.  ���������oats.,,.������e������tsv Pant's.  And a Very Fine class of  oots  ^\  The FLORENCE is the best Sewing: ��������� '  M ac h ine fo r v F a m i'ly use, be cause it  co seldom p*ets out of order.   If there  isone'ndt working; v/eli in  .;: CALIFORNIA,    . /Zp  OREGON,  ���������       -v" :������������������ ;  ...-. WASHINGTOM TERrTITORY,  ip.  .";"��������� .   NEVADA,-- ' ' -"'-',   -Z-'-i  ���������IDAHO^ ���������;.    "    ' . ���������-      //7 ,V  A.  I ��������� ALASKA/.���������;���������"'' ';,;' 'w y'.A.Al  .. ",. BRITISH^COLUMBIA,: p., A^A'a,  ���������-AsUEyACOt-Aw.wA.w-:   ��������� A'y-yy-A  '���������   dA?M\   :a ������������������ '���������;'.. /aZZZZ  Or .CHINA; \iInformed of it; I. will:;  '/X It without any expense to th������;  : owner. '���������.���������������������������l '-"-"'--:; "'��������� ,'-������������������' ' ������������������ -:AplAf"'/{  A: ���������nmmLA:^^,i^^//i  i Uo.--.19; Montgomery. Street, Bouthi  ^GitAi^ h6tel eyaoi^  ��������� ������������������ ��������� -g'a:n ������Franciscdi" C��������� i.il;:������'   ''  ...���������.��������� '<*��������� '���������', ���������''. - ���������*- -.  'Send forj,Circulars and samples of;,*.%  the work.   Active ''Agents wanted in "  e very p? Iace7        ApP .-..). " A'.  A fine selection of  Ladies5 BOOTS & SHOES.  Tew  kiig������  9  Suitable for Cariboo sind the neighborliood,  .   can be.oblaint'd at,-    ���������  -'.  DE CBIPP'SDEUG- STOliE  ATTiEAsONABLG TRI0E3. v  "' *  A fine.assortment of  G-ennine Meerschaum and  Briar-root Pipes.   .;:  $83* Call  and examine pricos.^g^   The  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAi1 ior Cash.  .EOTIE.  Barkerville, May 1.7. my .25  A. Frepli Stock '���������' of. Patent Medicine*,  Leeches. AJiVjenpesi /Stationery. Perfnniiery,  Elastic "Silb Siockinjji: K'neo Caps;' Hocks atid^  'iV'.ristle.isrlrjip'rovtrd Should or Braces* InfiinlM1  Feediup; Buttles..Iiuii������pEubber.-Teats,; Kings  aud Tabs.fpr'TeeUiiiig.' ���������. -.../.  ;-.- .-  i^Teeth Extracted aiid  carefully;: Filled. ,  p&* Prescriptious and Family Recipes accurately prepared.  ; ;  ���������;; my A ���������  Sk  A Court of General Assise  And Gaol Delivery and of Nisi Prins will be  held at eaob of the undermentioned places as  follows:  New .Wfifi tminstor. Wednesday, Ist May.  YiiU\ V ond ay: 6th M ay. \ '  Jjy tton".' Thu rsd ay, ?> th May.  Clin ton. Tuesday. 14th Moy.  Quesnel, Saturday, 25th May.  -liichiield. Friuay, 5th June.  Richfield, Monday* Oth September.  Quesuel. Friday, I'M) Sep tern ber.  CM ii to n, M o n d ay. 2?A S e p t ei ii ber.  Lvttcn: -Friddy, Si'Tlh Sej)tember."-:  Yale, Tuesday, 1st October.    ��������� \.:'"';"  Fail Assizes at New We'stm\nster, and As-  siz^s (if any) nt Nanaimo and elsewhere, to  be be re after fixed as business may render  necessary.  Dated'Victoria, 15th April, 1S72.  "   JBy commnnd.  ���������       .      - A 'ROCKK ROBERTSON,.; '/,  ' .Provincial Secret<*fjr;   .  ������������������:'..' ...:-;OiJlcijr:no(r:' ;  :.'        . '  . .;  W OftCE S t E R S H i FI E ] SAUCE  .,   pculuruil by GonnpiHseun&o-bo '  THE  ONLY    GOOi)  SATJCE.  Cant*ou a^aias t FMha.���������Thi: p a ccwe ar OT  m mi deli c Hi us. a nd .a n ri v ������llf; d Con tl"I imii l hu vlng  ciUjytMi ot;r!-i*in iiealc-r^-.to ajiply Lhe nurno cl ' ��������� Worn*-1  {���������(���������rs'itiro ^{iuc<;!' i<> rlfir o\vo iiijV-ribj- c<,iiijn;uiitis, '-'-ihs-  pis b I i c' i s h tfi'4li y ��������� i n I:<n-in ea lUm tbt uu ly wity ��������� to pt&  cure Lbe genuine., is W  ASK FOR. 3JSA1 ������te PERKINS1 ��������� SAVJCS:  ttiifl to sec that-1 It iii r. hu ivict are ppm live wkaitw  r.AUKi������!9,,stori,Kn,i'Hni itorrii-:. ..'.",  .,  ., .���������  iSom cio v :tlio:i'o reign . inu rkut k bavini? boons applied  w i tb ;v, fi p������ "i i' n s :W oris us? ti ��������� r? hi rt 8a a c������, u po a th* o wra^-  l>evVi li (I I a t������<'Is 9! vv li i c b tli una mm 01 Ift*ti un il |*BrHii3  li jtvo' h ot' n /' Co j'g'o <!,' I������. mid P. gi v������ n p ti c 1/. t li a t tjH'f ���������  h ftv 0 ' i u r a i *j h <-������( I t he i r c o rre ft jw 1 ii d f n U vv I tl 1 power <������  atUjrn'/y.to l.afc-e i ti������ktn 1 pr<;yc������wMngs apanist SiA.vf.'*  fact ������: BRfc gnu 0 .V k.n 3>uit k p l- k u cl i, a i' a ii jr. &t li erlfflBJ"  f.on"s by \vinni1111ci]righiioay: 1>cinfrtJ'fm\.  ��������� -.'-   -"���������  Aslr for LISA & l^HiXIlv! S' Saupe and see'  ���������  Name' on ' w"rappe r, Labe 1, Bottle������ ana  Stopper, ' ���������*     yl." ' ���������     '.'.     --.:.; * *���������  ���������Wh &1 o&al fe -a n 4 f o r ex portby th e Prnprlctorfl, W������ifi  dee t*?r; 0 ros s t>������n d 'IM a ok veUVLouci on., Af ������������������ fjfefc?������  }),y (irooorjt aa dOiliia ,t������a ��������� t-yaii^!f8aJ^',       ' \ '��������� ������������������ ���������'  ���������  I  a  ������s


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