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The Cariboo Sentinel Jun 22, 1872

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Fish or, ^^:  BrtilKA? Oiiv_IH* t-'0  Q lilreft,   ftf.ff  ''-A'"'- ���������;''iififlrxio.'tW Express  ���������upl^/-, ... 6arnajd.">_f|xpress  v- "  -'.'    '.Barnard's Express  t'.'^'U .^'V.OjO''- 'K^.^O..'*'1!  -''Pi t���������**' >���������*��������� %'^s John 'Mnrrayi,_;,(:  ���������^,,,,,.',4 fAt >Jjr^_6bater ���������.  . *r */��������� v *- ^*. /-Sandra ncisco  ii^t1 _/j,.:  ���������^ffj<vSa^Kr)*tijp|������w)  * " 80*Oo������liiUv1*flto4oDi'JK'P|i  i-^Kig-^.fl6ft*t**^  f;n,f.tfjft.'   ^iaiU' tf _ur&sr  '.*.  V:W  *^r<<d^SJ*^,f^  ���������%ecu(i?3 witb^eatn^  ~���������' .;/.'.���������'. km  ^a-a^  .- Jn"*1 S^Tjivr^  ,tnten4^h'i*^.iv^n ^"^^  ��������� 'tb'e^e^^ti^c|f^^Yi rt iltm^crSitt k ?(o"|> pi cS^I t^ Okiil^  ' ero1S*ln?f^.^tt,se.-n|.ibu MQreAi.<Mse.-C0;;;-  also/V ,i I h^wAter fronjj 1'rj.ach creek iornse  ..ofHii*i||*^pi \i- f< fiil.fl ...j; #*l- ^1  ���������iojnpliStet^Rt^^        \nveihP^^Aefeher  i^i:X^piy^\\^yyMP^}^ ^^4������^*^R8:^S  coinpam^a. 100 ^'cbes'pf'Tw^  ley'l^huritaitfe'to'be'carr*  <ntt; ab^^__^**������^^i.1 e"nth- .t0 ^ue ^()  .������������������ptaims, ^tjrrapfed" by. thi? G*y|d,|*?n^^sii.W'^h  for'trvtJ'yearB���������^  --<  .������-.      ��������� _ -������������������*���������_- ���������.��������� -  ���������^itae^lS^kins^e^.'lli 'tiftl^j^^nimm A.  -Jonea*���������lJji.tc)jViMoi^  -creelt;f be*?^ ft^, t he^yaijk ������������������ cj^.| ^ fg ^ j v ^ -  Jnrie l_^St^Ge;org������ 9^^^**.^Kecprd^  ���������������d in favor* otyi. '��������� Dri nitallV't^^*i*i^itJtd;1^ty;er*'  50 in choar of' watei; f tpt $%hH fj^t; &o$ $'������*$ t&p  on tliefSt.^e"dr|e,c6.^s.oUiim. |8nbject to the  am out. t. q f., >v6f e r .take n-, from, tb e, Forest Rose _  or Siar g^ilclrbytlio Forest Rose co. being -re-*  turned irnrn'f^ Abe forest Rose eo<  into thegulcli for the benefit'of���������' claims^in the  gulch. &riiitted;jLtj;;tb0' Gpld., Conimissiorier  fortl-ve ye&vsf'fpppf 'fff Pf!'... .'*' '[rff: ';'  June 3r-Rt?cordetV in /aypr 6f Robt. DrinIc���������  *,i!   anj_ rA;;'*��������� ._*^_I*,_' jih"1*'f_,i������__.*������_��������������� j������: _i.A ��������� .������16A   ' Wfl  ttM,  7VW   ICTU   lit   V������������t5     kJB.,, VTiiVljJv      WV.*J       tt'^Vj      "_  inches w a ter frp ra.: fti e. Pc air ia FI o weiugii I cb.  CALIFORNIA-GOT.CK..  f'^y ;.���������.���������-'  May 1 STpJlecorded in .fjtyot%of,*A'ii Yeo and,  All Foo.'21hH ci-tums*Fcofiim^hci-bg at-tbe up-  per;line of tbe Connant claim,  ;;; - ��������� =���������'���������' -������������������ 'CCSXINGHASE '"cttKtSK." '  pWm.fflW^*wpftM������fi f^o^otSVl. Hilton  for tfe 6nnnme:Itn#co.; 200 incfie^of w/iter.  to he"taken ou^oif, ?tbev.erpek<a*?Hu'; the bead  of the claink Itxrtmtefls^  ���������fiioner. subject to existing .rights. f^������r 5 ypars.  Jntio^^Re^oi;ded.ri,n _fa?oivof;,M. S, Sh 11i;  Vfl*"ir. 1 j" f������ ��������� 1; Jn.teres, jh" jBe/Criuningbam co.t  ���������abandpned;by \V, Bvnmkmi      ,  r,.....;      wniPSA'w ncLcu.'    '  June 7���������Record'������/! in favor, of Jobh Groep.  RicbaVd -'QirHetc^ltlfim'0  on WhJfiBaw gulch, formerly kuowo'us the  ������.t;#*������#^  ri^Sid|^#^^, gi^k  ciaimsL"v* '">������������������'&��������� :��������� ..��������� >. <:���������?;,:*__. v-^i:-|l^ ^��������� V'?V - *:!���������  ^f| =*^" " ^XO^TI( FOJ1K.QtJESSBUv. v������ y-'     # ^ .  _funci 7���������Recorded*'in^faVop of ^thSilnpV Ab  &oW;-_*_&^  miiesfiao^^Ucb*.li^  ���������Qu^anel; *': aTt -x *��������� ... .- ��������� r~  ,"', ,' r ; >/ '* ^  fMOSOTTpGRKKE  NE^AB,VER_JISBM;ENf$^r  -v..'.-!.'../,    .:? :-._;'' t, _ ,   '"   .-r; '������������������'���������.:f.f:,'.1-u'..t   _::.-������j.  ;:;-i^-^l^  ^  PTSS?*?  PX>M  &&&R\&&Q%Dt&$m������m  "'?-*.  ^f  ? *: .G^NfojME,^^ ng^j forwajfd- itee ^can,,  4jfiaie -KV|yoi:r suffRtg'es'at the/Etectiotf a bou t  'fijjiiakp,: place '-in order to fill' tbe yacaitcyl  Ab5 Eontr. 2 creek ,ciaims..compencing_abouitf  veSniitlVa-stofe.:'-      -f���������* ^"* **  fine'17���������Recor4e4iin;ftor/������ofrAn Gofe,  1Q00 ftiifabdve  J;;i | '��������� -r. ... =   ;^ IcoNivtrii go������Chv X ������v ' g' ^ ?"'. pp'y  X4jah&4i^TjiQ  fames' Patterson?Simbn Reid, Join Johnsjt.on:j  ^obn>McCrtbe; i4W.-Ei}MokQ^D^pbpWi^i  D.KcDohald. A. Johnston; eaclrfOO'leetrahd  at. tneYoAVerline'bftlnro  runnlri2-iip^streafnT 8*25=ft^Cfc.^ .-j " > ^ -   ���������" ^ * ? *:  iff) _,(,������,',;,; iri si_CArxu,M .s,-. Gm.cirn,., ,������,������.._ ^Vr .^  ' ifnne feRe^orde#  'A^.Etfi^^'Tci'.^k^dltt^ re*record1 Qf "that  m%ty g$ p tb ���������Jau %l^j^ f^nf^ff  rrT_.Y~_r"7.-T_*.*.  ��������� v*'-  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  fMfi  f.r"  boofipiBtrictrr;  *)  been VrpquestM by. a nn tnbVr'  poHrtionV 1"nr tlie liihro -sak ff of' ;*f*^y^, _JA t'Vwn^nl \vays  Aureate tltosp��������� n|6ayures thot?are :ciilculaleiti; to. ���������pfp-  alsa|iy the adji qej ytl^ni any a mo tf jr y dxt rse lyes  who in I esteem as persbnal friends  IVjAnd in taking this step, Gentlemen, I 'can?'  n ot| lik^rny 'predecessors atr^AM'W^6t^;  p rv.$e n ti y o tt swj i *������ af w b o l# b.u d get of i argent ni.  im riortattf tfeuMrfe - o^M^mf'^iim Mp\  no\v-nof;IloKd Tolls to abolish^:  The Mining  '..kp.  X-Hitol iyA-f si*: AfTOrr-'H  ,!..&  JW||__S^..  f  J.i  -���������a".-: r-  A A  f,f":y-^  '..iiH*t  fait  ff  .'. PUBLIC*-NOTICE:-ic ^jreby*'given*to tho ' *'$.  ���������El'e'c fc������*Jrs"! o f' t he;'.I: Disti^'^t': of ^'Gari boo^ th at; "vlft^-/-^-  is.imnossib.w to ^alo wjjather any, or what       - bfj ,Ei^ ir}jvaip^Bon W^resen^tb'eh. ';-'  .., I'MmSt M^UVi^t^in fff���������986 J&Vafie a Pd1M)S demanded ahd= allowed^ *rc ^  fM������nmglHacbinci.yipf a)l;;d0scri!_tions bei^g ^e^tttfe^^^  be-Opetted'oVttiefeTw^jnty-^ecoind daj of^te** W?  at tfjo"' tollosing- Polling ^Diviaid'hs,; betwifelt ;-W  Iheihoiirs'of^a.m  itidl p.m..    ' rf*'   ���������' ������--��������� '  _- ��������� ,7���������,.... ,. ^ipr ail^aescriptions * being  brb,ugr<t ffo the counlry"Trec. of duty, and  ip .the event of. my 'being 'elected rus your  ^_i(r{esehtati?e;i -pledge a. j%'If |o?,, Jo;ja4J,i,, in"  m y fp wer ^fo v i od i s "tfff \\ pf XTifM liipn,: ii.O pe r n������  ineiuei^he"^  tq, jcau:se" a ^ii.jsigifpf it. tt^o^made j^bis  (_*o.p������yf  VftlSA'   .nray...  s^cli r i liyv l^eiri g'  p.<jvm#icricrilnyj4   ^^''   ���������   ''!,^ ;, ; *',*'-, ,< '"sem;ine^tins tosdevelopAheiateu.tresources  |^S6'inMhy?6flh'dAH(lrgri#fl o f- '"j IL is ^Ji'is trie t" .J-isI'' * b^lsoTmn^- ^titovfe^ap pilir^li t  ySiioveii hist sessidartlutt it: Is i^luir.ar ina^tp^-nor hie  .v^'iaentibn any.tiiWa.tir6-tliat-i- RJiail partiGuirirfyrad-  YodntCyfI.ut ot-miS;*-.|._t a^uredj thai I shall iiiich.'avor  as much as lays iti niy ppwtT tt) R<jp,rtliat this interests  jo J tho whole district -arc not neglected. "*-t vyf..^ kf  $_/.{ Ireaiain*'GenUemcnt '  :.. .. .  i ,   ..c Your.obilt.servant," +   .    If-  ^ ' ffi'-M' '    '. '-���������   ���������    1,vAI.RA.EAM BARLOW; f  ^tBarlceryiilc, ltiyp\, V$f&ffff\ ff *-}<&������������������x  lTjO;thj9 Electors ���������f GaMboo  tii a' "p^ ���������. District.:: :"x';f u.'p  T-1hA\.K been reqjiestod>bf a tiuml)pr-or. Miners ati'l-  rother:jjentlein������fa .to.offer-tiiyself:as a!;Caiididate to  ttll'th. Vii oaat seat iu thifiL^islaijw.A^^hly ere-.  ,ai-eU hy' ���������'thcr'ri,signf.t*6n of Mr Ooni'cliusi-Beoth.t*;-.'''.-.v.-  In'.''response,'-1 now otth'.rnyholl\\ and respectfully  solicit yiinr-.Katnpiijres.     ";::" . ���������"���������;    '���������"��������� f*"'' f-t   ���������'*���������'';   ;I* w iH. state. b rielly.. tha t ,T will xlriI all-;that >lays j in  itjV power s;l<ir tliej;prej*er\*ii tiOi. ofv^linors1 >' existing"  r jpli ts u ii it pri vi [e_re _ M n their! i n tegr i ty ' ���������' ���������������������������*���������'" -  every diiy,since.tlie depth;of"the chanu^^nd  tl.'{"cli tficiil t'n si tii Je of the" 7gip u nd" whereat lie  ri c hest d ep osi ts are fo un d h as rendered tb/J"  working of many' claims so;expensive;;tliat  inost confpanies dndertjtkin^snc'^ent^rprise^  bave beco.inc completely crippleiitv means.  ������������������%.Inj-coneiusion. i>, wi 11 state;; tha-Mhoiild I be  elected, I will give tho preset!t4Iiiiistnywho  "apj>&ir->. ib* IiaV'el.?boii^6ra|)ljg^Mfi11 ed��������� Hjteir  pledges, 'a; fair,and ;impairLia..snpp%t, ^bile  at ttie'same'liti&I;Clai.mt-/fpis.,inyself^ibe .full  and free^ right.to sup port in feyery.; legitimate  "way. my 0 \v ft% coifvictions'l whe'n ������dp_? _Jsjed4t6  their -measures:-'- .^  -  Sboald:^ou-Gepllernen- ;confer'hpon.:nie  {;he, lionor of' selecting .nti.'> as -yonr; ^represent-  ative^I shall under anpoircuthst^  in my power to ad^ance tlfeanterests of jtbis  District; antl as I- iiave no ttmhitibu beyond;  ;Barkerville���������Rjchfiejcl, O-Gairt. Hqnse, ti   ,. ��������� \...]r,,..  Lightning.';Creek^Lm^imrcl s,: Saloon^; Y^a Jt-.*  ;" "i*vi_.kJ*������,  , i y , $ % X pf    ff i     : ai  Keith}ev.^Srefil���������SmSih% jetQr������, (Mput<h..fi, hf  f:Ke)Uiley.;|g^ , .v,* r ,      i   ��������� ,.- f>i  |l|  Harvey Ciieelj^-SmithV.store..,' , - % ���������. ���������   ?j   fn$  (Jnesnelnumih-���������Giivermiietit.dOSce* ^   -r,  ., .-.-, -.:  SViUianv  L| ce��������� "'^jMil^^ftSffip.'    r   -    ,   '  0) u h^ c ������������������������ fi?������ i rWiKpj CreekvCo ur^Ho.q,s������,^  ?y:*s!fi'"',v'i!1' ".V.''"."-!'.:���������-,'":��������� ������������������ ������.'; -:,,;;/.' i'.'-V :),''-V������:'i''ii" -'''.. J'-W'������������������^'������������������?:;''%, \ 'A- ���������--���������''Y'^A' i'YiyA'  Ot' air tvbicli" every p.rson is bereby^ required i'i   '  to  take  notice and 'gdveru himself;accord./  ���������S^yfiT,Ayfff     f   X Xyffffi, X,f ,ff : <:X  '''' Jjlv^n ;'-tmder;.'my/*jahd^at:K  " f "M3lhT;d'ay orMayJ Ohe/ttionsand efgh^/^  3-- f; bundled;ahd:seyeniyttwo"X~yy>-~f. -,~  rJ-v  "-."*.;. av V:' ���������"'���������/ ' ;'   ��������� rfe.^M. BALL^rvC  ^myl8.  -.'.,���������**!.*'   ,   ������,iReturnin^20filcer.';<H\-7  Ijam VerV much opposed to tlio-prosen-t^arabiffuous |.profession_kl. 'and  polilical hbtibrs, yOXX Will  *lteglAratloa.or Voters', Act..^especially :ts .it ap-  Qav0 the itdaiti^ntU^CMn  r.lies.uDd >vorfes it.,J.his ^eetwn;of. the country..-M-ac.: -^������: .;..,.^.^: ������^. f !:"r.������v;^: iv^' *������ "m^:-*i������.m.:  piies'uncli>vort;s.in .t|>_,9 ������oet_o_n.or uic country^ j,L^  tfoii beinp 'ratiicVto.cilsii*.uici5isn. tniiif'th "t;hirahcTn'si  the! Miner.: I woiiljllirereft>re..en(icavbr'to haw .ft so  al tetred.and. am end ed as' to .'-lucfe:t so, the . J'aci li ties of  rvgi&'tratiifli' and Jrthder ilie.KuicT\. VoteUCas cliabge-  iatjlkand ttidrui'VaLingVitJi^aty^tde^    ',.," '. i-'-'ff  In Vibw o f A tlio in creasing 'lip portaiico ��������� of Harrby,'  Keithley, surroundiusj 'aod.' way Creoles, I wdnld rej-'  commend a postal ssUbftdy. to-be applied en the route  hetSvei'lt- Barkerville and tliat District.':    .;  iV.Ih Jmy opmibii,' i t would be U> t ho ��������� in t'erest of-'this  coinitiimi Ly to. wi ve a' h ridg������ ha lit neross I ivo Qiicsiicl  .Hiver ..at/QucBnelmouth. I shonld C'jiisijler it niy  ,diu'y 4o-r?'cdmmen'.l the''erecti������n of one at the earliest'  possible moment consistent with the financial state of  the,Colony/ ;-   ���������"'���������     ���������*' r ,   i.    :  t I n t-lio .1 as t session'' of th o Pro vi ncial Ta vliamcn t a  great many of the abuses, then existing were redressed, amendments to the Mining laws and ol,i*:or ase-  f n I ine*' sa res were i 1111'<>* i uc ed by t he p r^se t\i M in! s try  and passed Uy" tlie House,;the Ministry, acting.ia fCr  cordanco '"faith' tlio 'well ��������� uiiders too'd -��������� wislies of th.  peoplo. As long as they continue so tu act, they will  recj.'ive my support!. ���������> .���������,....,,   ��������� ,,.     .... : 'f:������'  . 'IJlie Agricii 1 turn 1 interests will also hive my atten-  tioti, and if I be returned T shall consider H my duty  to examine into the working of the hand Laws, to  support "sucb' incasures as-liave for tlieir "object tlie-  amendment,of the same, aud tho framinj. of tno haws  spaa to be beneficial to thc present, fie tiler, and an  'encouragement tt������ immigration.     .  I.may state, in conclusion, that all good and useful  measures"'will rec������ive my  support, wbether they|  emanate from the present Minis cry? or from the Oppo  sitioiii solonijas tliey'do not coall'ict with the in teres ts of any parClcular- sect!on of- ibc Colony. ���������       '    . '*. -  Sliould. I bo return ed -as y our represeu tat I ve, y ou r  s, Z(k>s u,   ������x, j v ,   i!r h  interests; wiU 1������'J my constant stu-iy;���������to ivj)r:sent  *��������� -���������; j,���������lvaft<������V. flv,_,  vou faithfully, efflei cufly A ml lion estly is my on ly am-1 ������-c  ".0I v'., U'L ��������� ."^V?  htii,y  '������������������      ���������. ���������   ��������� ��������������������������� ���������   '- ��������������������������� i ��������� J necessary. ���������  my; ��������� mt^relty- imf. ^'^nWf 'M.. .^%fe _^,ir*>,  not only w to : ��������� represent f. you/ honestly  a_������d fairlyj -.6ut also to be of service anditw-.  siscan.e to. tbo District-."..'.  / I have the ho nor to be;: Gentlemen?''" //  "'z :;-''".       Your _ri()s.*ob;dt. servant. '"'''���������"���������"  JOHN G. BaRNSTON/ y  ^Barkerville. May 15,;IS72. f '.ft   mylHf  BaSke^  -Ax������--  ���������;A SUPPLY OF THE  A Court of txerieral Assize  And Gaol Deli very? and, of' Nisi Pri its will be.  field at e&ca':o������ the- undtjrinentioo-d blabes as  toilovvs..:   ;     :_;���������_. f     y ^ ,..,....,., j^j ���������   "/  New ^estniinator, Wedne's3a7> M !May.  Yale, Monday. Gth May;        .f"f  Lytton, Thnrsdajjr,(ytU:iIaylK J*  Oliutotij Tneaday, 14ili xiJay.  . ������������������.Quesnei,.-_"atitrdnyv 2ot|ri������layi;>   f. jfff t  liichfiel^J'I'Vidiij  Iii ch fie 1 d j Al o n clay, J) ib, Se p seinber..; ,. -. ,s   ;  Que������nei, Friday. 13 tii Bep f em ber.  Ol into n, Monday,'; 2 pd Sepieinbeir^ *'"? h *|. -���������  J_ytioti������ Friduy_ 27lIiSepternbei*.'"���������"��������� ^"  Yale, 1*uesdav^,' 1st October;   .: -    ;! >:..:'  Fall Assizes at Now Weatialrister. and Aa-  AT-WAySON^AND.  .G0MlISSia^''-p0fcA.G^  AND  0e2^rail p Agency.  "apfotf  JAMES -VyiCKH^M,  v HarK'ervlHe-  d asbhsibesa njay render  bitten.  ��������� ;   I have .th. honor'to he, Ceiit-lomen.  ..   Your>obedient servant,  .:'���������' is" " ^ Ii3>W2KD-PEAP^0&.^  air*fierVUl?, Uay 55,187& iny^������  sizes (if any)  at Nanaimo and elsewhere. r..o  be ; iioreaf  uece>'saryi  hiiiid Vi������toriavi5ih April, imif '"���������'���������'  Bv commund. . .���������-. . '���������:���������'������������������  i   f      ��������� ;'���������;' AW0&& ���������" ROBERTSOX,  Jfroriiicia. Svcretwry.  ���������:johf;s^af  . ^f Orders U. ft ai; Mr Kelly's, Barkervili������  will be ttt-tocdetf to- wyiis) If  ���������-:._. v������.  m^  ^j  fe^  TKK HLECTJON TOD A*.-'-  *  'Tottjgy-fbe election oi a n^be^Vto teprei  .^ent' tul9i5on.������tttii������ncy in the tfegiJ-.ati.rft takes  ���������plaee.   Apathy or Indifferpnceaa to tin* can  d_dftt������'t*>*a 'chosen *bou"4������cst1>o shown* for  il w *ebbund������t dtrty of wry V.aclor to  'ipmiku ftir aibe<an, til* return pf the can^  * dictate who in Was^p*toon w itii every way the  sbesi qt*.a1sfl^���������U . ;It ]$j*j\ -b<������;���������*������_?; no ;doubt ^  <tnteT foistthtte'"are no mtitteys atTectinj? Cari-  Jboo at preae*.. re^ni.rjng::^specUh remedial  aneaawres; but w������, do not know. when any  -question may arise 1'ii'ij.e Hoiiaeof vital *������;  Sortance to the district.^ ami if ooe should  Irise it ia of tbe ������reateat;mipoHaf������.e^at onr  1hree members toe there ready to- protect wit  ���������interests. Tha equalization -el: taxation and a  ;ifc.rib.it.ori^  ���������with the wants and Importance offthp district  "qnnst always be regar**-aa requiring .the  ������������������neelaleare fluid attention of pur meiubera in  d_ny aeailensof "���������*������I Legfilahire." This being  3be esse. It behoves erery: one <&f?cpmc fot*  ward to the potts'ihis day'-.anfl.cast his vote.  _Aa nearly ev<iry one is aware.r.ttiere pre three  ^andktates-An- the = fiel4-:Me(wr8. J.���������..Barn*  ^ton.lR.PeaMb^.vind ;A.Barlow. .Ttey* 13  nil ttioreior(Mis kficwti 4b the>conifi.t.raty. ��������� if  HUere were any partwalar,platform, on which  ������nv one of these j_������iitle������e������ stood concerning.  -which.difference,of ���������opinifj������ existed.:the elec-  tion might truly o������;said 'to. be ^thoroughly  political one;^auditisperba|>sip:be regretted  that wi*?!. is net4becase:   Aeit is; tho elec  tors *__***Abefcoose tfce best-rnani   We think  *we cali ivy* a good" wo pit f or, all ofli tbe, can d t ���������  4a^ ;;f.T Barnstbn^oseespes a good edtica-  ������*foo ������hf ability, and from a l6is_r residence in  iNa seH*i^:oftbe>ountry:ha8, as a matter of  mecas'a.ty. acqniredlja full; knowledge of its  ^anto.and requirements, and by virtue of--his  profession Would -be able at; alls times  to  ^prop^rlypresent and shape measures suitable  totthe ������1istricti. - Mr Pearson has also for#a  ������long^timelbeen a resident of the proving is  'favorably known, and is a practical bu^iheffl  ������_nan. 'InteUiijent, bard-Workinpt. aii4 with the  ������������������"���������. "Interest :of> the"'country at fcetrt, tie may tie  Warded as a ^brt^^  ' i*JJ*rlow,Hbonghno^     extenstveVy known in  ���������this section of/the c������uatry.w  ".-every ..if ay 'fit to command co*Ufo> nee.. Eaerpy.  enterprise' and in are' the means by.  wlncli he.has sought togo ahead,   rossessing  ^nchnraiespfcbRract*^* having a large stake  in tbfc conntrv. %\r Barlow is eptitled . to consideration.   Now, Irom these three gentlemen  w������ have to choose.one.   Il would be invidious for this journal- to particularly furor  anv- awl it must remain with the friends of  -eacMftndidate to press .the .claims of tlieir  favorite upon tbe attention of the electors*.  4) tw> thing we heartily wish, namely���������that th*  candidate will be elected who will prove that  he is competent, ready .and willing when t*ie  ���������time ���������ttrriveHUbVreprepent.the cojosfifnency.  ���������^That in some instances the interests of the  Island have been and may be opposed to  -ours, there is no donbt;  further, that tbe  Maud members ;have among their ti umber  ���������those' who are -gifted with talent, and we  .should be in a position to meet talent with  Ualent and argnme^t with.argument.   Once  '.more we ask the electors, fme~and all, to come  (xxp and-vote. &nd here a^ain it may be stated,  that thone wuYtwere.registcred in Any part ot  'this district may at"'tfcia'eleciiou iwii*������ at any  ^polling; division of ths. district. True it is. on  Account ofeiisUnwIlawsi Vehicles for tbecon-  ��������� 'veyance to the:polls of voters are not to be  ���������had, were thefrfstul^ of the-candi dales disposed to obtain them, biit most of the electors  r.ire able'by their own exertions to get to  ���������Ric*ffie<M-*"_& U^  .    . and % -p.������**' ���������"';';; ���������'", Y ' ''���������"���������' "'''"-''" ���������'. f '���������"''' '��������� *-':T-  IJoMTJiioN' Dat and tub Fol-rtu or Jci.t*���������^  We wo������ld call attention to the grand and ex-  citiug programmes of sports a������d amusements  that have been providedTor the pleasure of  the pubUc on these oceaalorw; *-l*w to the  grand Theatrical and Musfeal perfp^mance,  arranged for the same time..to minister to the  tafUe.nf those who are toafl of bbtrioi_ic,vart  andvdisplay.  NEW ADVER*nSBMENTS.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  JSTEW ADVERTISEMEOTS.  On Wednesday, Jiuly 3^1  HavingToeeWeS aqtiantttyof  FRESH DlWGS,f make the di*V  /went me.Hca������l Reparations, so  as io assure jwrysetl tlipy are tho  required stoeKgib. Persons in  Cariboo or on th^. Road will  benefit "by sending any prescript  tions or orders they may wisb  ���������lled;    ���������  Y -FamUiet on the Road will get  theta by ieturn Express.    ..  ���������������������������:;'.DB, CHIPP.  ��������� - ���������-' Drug Store. -  ; ��������� Barkerville.   '  '.������*  Wavaoer,--       ���������   *   -   i   Harcps WoiK. '  PZCRETARV k.TRBABtRBR, -    *W������. lfOCOM..  StACB MjwVager.    if>   ���������   ���������  ��������������� *}. Hi������u������a  COST0M15R,    ���������    t    -    * ������������������--���������  -    *F.I*BRIT������.  DO MIK IO IT   D AY!  Monday Even'g. July 1st;  The performance will c������n.n>rncft With tlw bunweous  ��������� and sid* FpllttiQa i������rco ratltled  FOETUiB'S FBOUC,  ���������ORTRR���������.  PLOUGHMAN   TURNED   LOUD!  GEORGE BYRNES  Haabeen Instructed by Mr Parker to'  Auction, at BatkervUle,  by  FIFTK ANNIVERSARY OF tHE  iff "DOMINION  OF   CANADA:  Rob In Bnughhestl (-\ fMonghmitn),  f aftcks (Steward at tlio Castle),  Frat.k(arcduc3<lG(.nt),   ���������   ���������   -  Rattle.; (a Banker's CUrt),   ���������. -  Martin.    .:..:-���������..-_-,...���������;���������/������������������   ���������  ������   ���������  MARGERY,  '-���������       FLORENCE WILSON.  Tenants, Villagers, &c.  Mr (lomar JoUm  Mr T. B. FUher.  MrJHLftitrhton  Ur F. P*������ritt.  Mr H irnermou  To couctmlo with fc  Musical   Entertainment 1  Selection by the  Sons, -    ���������>.   .-    .  ���������     Scloctlon by the      -  Kf.iwy l)anc������,    -      -  Comic Son������ (by request),  God Save tbo Queen, by the  Ban������".  Mr Jan, McArthar.  Ban'l.  MrllCaWef.  Jlr Thoinait H:*r<'ln_r.  _    '-.-..   BanJ.  ^ntla^,:>i3t; My,- ;%S7$i.  ������������������. . r' iy: -; ^^Thi^liowlng f  if raOGMLl^  "Will coEpmence at EiiEVKN a.m. shar>.  I���������Hop. Skip and Jump,  a-^Rutiniug.liOng Jump,  ^^������taodii. g Jutnp.'" ���������-'"  4���������Buobing H.j_b'> Jump,-  1st Prize.  ,   io  ���������'-T'V>.^  e^-Vfiulung Hijrh Jump, with p������le,l*  __d Prlso,  i\ if i  itff  20:  12  :*  ���������6  S  , e���������Fottt.Hivc.e, COO ylords,  Zfi'���������J'iiflt Itace, 100 yar������.s������, :  *W-Hunil'i. Race I birrt-1 os,:3J<y..!  ff;.'; ;-feet l_5p;h> 1*0 yariia, ���������  ���������'������������������':������������������. < ���������'  ' 0���������Sack little, lOOyartlK;. ���������  10--'W1vehIbarr<ov.'RftC.\ 12S yards,  (no prompt hi? allowed,)  U���������RMt-r's Race, 1O0 yanlp,  ��������� carrylof: 130 lbs ;���������'���������  12������Th'rJ,e-.I.Vffged R;ice, 160 yardn,-  13���������Merchin ts' (only) Race, ��������� 160  . yuii'.s,  14 __ ptibMc-''������������������������ Race; 150 yards,  15���������Race (50 iaTils) carrying a  backet of wat.T on head,  16���������Ruee Biic'kwards, 50 yaraa,  l.���������Boys' B;>cc (flnniiicappiug),  18���������>;iwash R-t'ce, 300 jrar*is,:  Any person alter winniug four prizes will be barre*l  from competing further in the above Oamw.'  ��������� ;.:  Entrance te������ $1 to any'of the r.bove sports, excajjt-  ln<: the Boys' ami-Siwaah Races...  When but two entries are made in any of the  above games one priw oaiy will be given.  It  :**i  12  n  !���������  10  5  10  ^Sr* Doors open at .8 ��������� Eatertainbaeit to c������m-  mence at. Right o'clock.. " ^  Tickets, $1; P.^sorved seat*, $1 ������0���������to be kad ������f  W. MeCoU, Afituy Oflia-. ,T/  _H*Tu Programme of Entrrtainm^nt on tke Eveuing  of Fourth .Jtt'y will ;be issued ahortly.   .  1776^ JIMEpOi,iC,  1872.  Fourth of July  : ; GELE3R��������� ATION..- :��������� -,  OF AMERICAN iNDEPENDfcNOE.   Tf  Thuifsdayv $M&M ^^7?-  TheCoThWitteeof ManageoBentfor toe Cekbratioa of  tho 4tb of July have adopted the !ollowiag      ;  AND CONTENTS,  ���������    ���������'-.  ���������������������������-���������" r^t > : ���������  Coasiitlng of.;  BAR    FIX T UR E������y  Glaeeware, Lampii. Mirror, Large Stove and  Piping, Tnblen, Chairs. A large quantity of  first-rate LIQUORS;  SITTING   ROOM,  Carpet, Lounge, Arm Chair, Round Tables  and  Table Covera,-. Book Caon, Store and  Oru������, Lamp,, Curtain*, Table Cloths.  KITCHEN,  Crockery, Dialies, Plates, Cups and Saucers,  Cutlery. Cruets, Tinware, Flat Irona, .Cast,  Iron CooWu*? Sto?e.   :  TEN   BEDROOMS,  Containing Double and Single Mattreaflea,  Horse-t-aiT and Pulu ; Pillows."Sheeting. Pillow Cttses, Four-point Blankets. Bedroom.  Carpets, Crockery Toilet ������et������,' Looking  Glassed, Cuvtaiun. Wasbsttmds, Tables, To wets-  HOUSE   AND   LOTf  The House contains Bar, Parlor, Ten Be*  Rooms, Kitchen, aud Outhouses.  [$aF fm RESERVE. fj&gy  Sale to coasmence  at  ball-past   ELBVKIf  ; ju!5.. "';;     ;V   sharp.. -f :"_!;-!:;  PROGRAMME-'OF SPORTS.  1st Prize.  I���������Throw in* Sledge, * or 10 lb_ ,   $10  %���������High Illinois.. Jumf).  3���������Hij-h Jump, w'������h T*Ax3  4���������Hop, Skip,.fa my,  {#__.Lnug Foot Riicv. 204 yfti*i*.e,  ������_-,Short Foot Ktice', 150 yar������.s_  (winners ol \im% r������f.eVx-e.'nt!������<l_ 10  T���������Wheelbarrow fi-������ce, 100 y������r<U, 10  8���������-K!(ler's..R!-ce, 100 yd*, ri ler not  10  10  10  20  2<t rri*������.  to  10  Vantiiiikle Store,  LIGHTNING   C Rt fe K;  Has just been re*  plenislied with "a hew  arid complete assort-  meat of everythiiig  |h^/^  and Traders the ad-  *5  ;Trb A'ccrweKT at RtcuKmm^*Walter Alex-  ~matlet (aa ex4Sa|������ per.-in������i"B_iriey^wborbad bis  .__*!egApoid)y 'prmhedXt^ a+kveHn���������"the Cb.rnlsb  ^(hySra������lk) claim last Tuesday nighti and  ^bich%as^������ince ^teea a������tjMitated above the  liicnee,!?, weftPe glati to hear, getting along  : favorably.   T be ssnpti I atio h was perform ed  4'y.-'-Dr. %e11, -awsted *y Ur^Ciripp-' lie is  mow lying a��������� tWbospltal, receiving the beet  ���������of care.and ���������'surgical attentioia.  BarwaPvD's Exi?rs!ss'iatrW'tsfi Ami- night at  30 o'clock.'-'tad w\\i'leave again on Sunday  ���������viombg at"6-o'clock.   .        ,  -. .SoTiCBi���������^Aal positively ^close "*busloe*?a in  * e"ii*rfc time. J have reduced the prieea of  ,r_:i.lie������?-, Children's and Men's  Boots  and]  .. wm aud Slippers.   -If you call and see tbe  j-rices, you will bo surprised. :  C. A. NOLTEHFJBR. t  ika EaJlroad Store, Bar-  Dominion Purse; C50 yardp, heatf, beat 2 in 3���������Ra-  tr������nce,-$10-Prize, $150.  Cariboo' Parse, 350 yard������,  beats, best 2 In 3���������Ko-  .tr.nce.'$a���������Pria.*, .$60... *nir,t_ice fees to race  added (w.oniTof Dominionl*ur*ebarre<I)..  Scrublt*������cc (barring horses en������w *.d in nrevioua races),  ������50 yards���������Eutrance, '$S. 60���������Prize, $.0.  Slow Ritce���������Owners  chJinKinfrrho'rses, Slow Horse  ;: w ins, H9O y* rde~Bntr'a nee;i $i*-Prize, $20.;  No tTockeylag allowed. Patrol jp&to* will he ap-  j)oiatcdft*V ��������� Uecide: as; to fair or ftals^n the Horse  Races^. "f'f if ���������'-.>; f.     - ������������������ "      yjyff   "'  The prices -for .any of the"ahoye sp������rts will he.-paW  to tbe winners as-soon as lhe decisions.tf tho Judges  are iiven. ���������������������������,.-:���������.:. fff -f fi ���������  A'.ltOVAfi 6ATJDTE will be fired at _*Tf>on.  .  in thOiEvcninp an 'Eriterwinment will be given .at  ihe Theatro-Royal by the Cariboo -Dramatic Association, ��������� ff  - -  1 f^,-....        GOD SAtE#HE;.QTtfEE# 1. ,  W. I)AVISON', Clnlrman.  -���������   fff   : '>��������� ���������    W. FRASBIt, Secretary.  a. M, MOJUtlS, Treasurer.  to weigh less th sin "830.1 lis.,  9���������Hurdle Bhc^, 150 yarns/ 5 bar.  dies. SK'foet high,  1C���������Sa Ck l^ico; 100 yar 4s.  U���������Hill .Race <to tn rn utakc),  12���������Mereh ��������� ii is', Ba c������\ 12S y Us, last  ��������� man ii to forfeit $2 60.        .   .  13���������Thre.;Leggad Hac<*, 100 yds,  14���������Rate,, carrying Bucket with  water on head, 50 yards,  U���������Doys������ HaniliCai, Race, 100 yds,  3.4���������Poiainc'Race, *6o'Vila, ���������  17���������Si wash Race, 300 yda,  ;.W:  12  IS  10  IS  IO  10  6  22  8  S  l���������Presi*"Vat's Per*c. ..Oyar,*^, best 0 oat 0! 5���������$1D0  2���������People's Purse, 350 y������*r������'a__winner of Presl-"'  .   dent's Purse .barred out), ,b**st 2 out of .3,  3���������Scrub  Siice,   350 3airds, :���������-barrtsig out all  , horses fateredforl*resiiloiiV"s uiia people's  Purses, single dash, 'iff'  4-~������low It'ice, 3o0 yards, change o.waers, last  horse out wins,  $50  $20  ^__,   After the 1st of July, Goods will b������  deliv^ied accortiinj to order on aU outside  Creeks.  J. \Y. UNDnARD.  Van Winkle^ June 5? 1372.  Entrance f#es ifo tibove Gam������a (excepting ^pys*  ftKnceF^'t:^^^^  Race' $5.   3d How IWcii, .*_.   4th Rorao Race, $1.  N������ Jockeying ������Jl������wed. ���������^ff^.i.f-^;  Sports to cowaaence at EL15\ ssi a,_n. .  OFFERED CHEAP FOR CASH.  We bare a Choice lot of  which can be pnrsbased a. greatly redueed  rates, f ;  Immediately after the ^trformance At-the Theatre.  IB. KASON, Chairman.  -M ARC (ft WOU-B, a^cretary.  W. NUItRAY, TrM,sur;-r.  j___r* All those. wanting Goods, either  Wholesale or Retail, ata BIG liBDUCTION,  bao; better eoioe'*ooDt'-aa our stock is fast4e-  ercssmg. OTP^BEIME BROS.  A Vh PERSONS AiES HSRESY CAU-  J\. tinned against negotiatine a PROMISSORY  NOTE 'drawn by ALES: M^WKA in favor of W. BOW-  MAK, and endorsed to _?jrank Trevor or order, for the  sum or $186 25, due 1st July, 1872. Any person  return ing thc same to tho undersigaod will be sait-  ably rewarded.  ������320BGB BYRNES.  (Patented December 1st, 1868.)  Leather (outside) Soles,  Iron-clad 'Heels.  ! th e usual vay of ha 11 Inp Lea lb. r Soles ba Rub bee'  B opts n.a ke������. holes qui le lb rough the Soles, w hieb- are,.  sure to leak. Theae Leather Soles are fastened hf  anchors eraliedded in the Rubber when tfcft 'Basts ara  ffii.dr.,;but'lo.:not ro throuj.li th������ Soles, The Boots,  are therefore perfectly WaterFroof. "������n<it,J<*  Soles cau be Mehdett without ��������� milking them  ���������Jejdc. They Mill w*e������r thf**fl of.four times longer than  'tWordinary double-Bolc Ruhbcr Boots,:  1 RUBBER CLOTHl^d C^iPANY,  .-'t}63 Broadway, ife^Torl..  ���������   Michigan Arejikiiv OhiosRo. "  60? Market street, San Francisco.    <...  FOR SALE. BY '    :,  Je8 lm  Wharf Street, Victoria, B^C  THE FEST-IVAI_ OF ST. JOHN THE  ,   Baptist, MONDAY, June 24, 18T2, will l>������  celebmted by   CARIBOO LODGES,  No. -4  ���������*   f. k A. M., at EIGHT o'clock p.m.  Tho Installation of Officers for the ensuing yea?.  will take .place at-THREE o'clock p.ro. .   ���������       ;  All sojourning Brethioa in good-ataadingsrMSv  sited is &l-49_4_ ��������� ���������  ���������"' ��������� . ���������#**'"  ������������������'. ..���������  W:A 3:5_  b?  nd  of  k ������������������   '���������  rs.  I*7������J|.  'it-  on*  ing  bl8-  ;.!������������������'' ^  .--.  Ts*".'. ���������������������������������*..  r:i*f;.'.;'  fi-"'"  : _.���������_���������  lb*  side  I  jWher  b-aro..  id hy  s ara  oots  tl tho  them  than  THEGAR1UOOSENT1NE  SATURDAY., IUNE 22, 1872  T  H  War'and Navy departrisents not represented  The meeteag was of short doration. Secretary  F sh rend wevera! brief dispatches lately ray  ceived by *hlm from Geniwa^ giving tbe pre?  Mon of affairs before toe "Srtimnsl  informatibtt: indicating  f:  _%  nil l>s  Us.-4  ire, is*  QUESNELMOUTH.  Quesnel month, Jiwie 21 _-Spe*rry and French  Joe's bo 11 learns left yesterday arWrnoon for  Barkerville, and intend to _as*������ an effort to  go t<hrcmg*a. *  The steamer Victoria armed art 6.30 this  m or nine with consideraole freif.br.  Barnard's Express left this morning at ������  O'clock, with three passengers.  Barlow's team,left at 1 p.m. to-day.  R. Pool starts with 60 bead of Cattle tomorrow for Ominceu.  fff :^6C)OACRS"Eff.' ��������� '  Soda 'Creek. June 51.���������Everything dull-  freight BTiiriner slowly.  A private telegram from Vlctoria'announces  ���������the death of Mr Wml Downes, ot the Australian ranch. Ho went down the stajre before  last for medical advice. He died in Victoria  last Wonday.  Nothing farroer beard of fbs Indian difficulties in tbe Chillicoten district.  .VICTORIA.  Victoria, June 19���������The steamer Idaho left  1">qi.imsH harbor yesterday at 10 p.m: for  'Nanaimo to coal.   She ran on the chain rock,  "between .Discovery and Trial Islands.   The  Tri nee Alfred lias trone to, her assistance.   It  is feared tbe Idaho wilt break her back at  law tide, as <*be will lie higfa and dry.  T.b# steamer California, froai San Francisco  and Portland', bound for Sitka with passengers and troops! after coaling st Nanatmo,  ran on a.rock about 28 miles above tbat port,  iiid is if total wreck.   Purser Goodhue a?-  lived in town "ny'eanoa to charter.t* steamer  to Ving down tlie passengers.   Probably the  *D������ugh.a and Maud will go to her assistance.  Victoria. :2">H5���������At one o'clock tii is worn*  Insr three guns,- fired ut short Intervals, were  heard.   It was wild that the: Idaho- had ar-  ranged'to fire guns if the Prince Alfred should  succriMt iii extricating her from ber perilous  situation at high water last night, which oc>  4_wred.ahmiM.9tt feour.the. j_ut_a were llred..  Vlcto fia, 21st���������By I he ar r i v al of the steamer  D������ucia* from Nanaimo this afternoon we learn  the following particulars of the stranding of  the a^Vamer'California. -Tlie Douglas let. Na-  cimim.; lor the, wreck .at 5 o'clock on Thursday  afi-emtKJM. -'arriving at S������;al Reef Rock Island,  wlwelliv California struck; at 7 o'clock. The  p assents ���������������***_ a portion' of the troops etpV  i.irkeU iwrnrdW������ly, and tbe  Douglas re  Burnettio:X������oa"'WO. .^ione of tbe passengers  ri,ui.������ipet|.^Mbe wr^ck to lo^k after their  pr-'periyJ-,Hi#,��������� lo lielp to 1 it.bten the vessel  and assw'MnJJcetting her off. Ttw whole. bl������oi������  *-f the^ac^&aiM,appears, to be on the chief of-  flcr of'^'mSlStlifnrnia.   He was on duty at  the time, tie captain havjng   ffone  below  about half an bewr previously.    We are info, med the snip was laying her course when  the captain left toe -deck, but when she struck  oo the rock she w*������ about two wiles off her  course.   The night was beautiful and clear.  She bumped iwioe heavily ______ then settled  4own. knocking a ������*"*������������ boki.tn her fore foot  and striking her port side. Tbe water commenced coming in in large quantities, extinguishing this engine fires immediately. She  now lies with her head on the rocks. Strong  bo pap are entertained after she is lightened  of cargo that She will be got off. Lumber  haw been sent trocR Nawaainoto patch her up  to bring Iter here.  The Idaho was hauled off 4*y the Prince Alfred at midnight, having sustained but tittle  damage, aud hai proceeded on her way lo  assist tbe California^  UNITED STATES.  New Yor"k. June 19-^StokeV trial commenced J bis ���������moon ing. Tbe prisoner appeared  to he in the tot of health. McKeou challenged the paael of tho jury on the ground  that it was not legally drawn, and ne 'called  attention to tbe fweseuce among the jurors of  ihe brother of ttw ���������cnnnse.i for the prosecution.  Tbe district' attorney demurred to tbe demand to challenge, and .after considerable argument Judge f^grabatn decided tbat tlte  ^challenge could n*_$ he sustained.  Boston. 19th���������At the llistkj Park races today Qaldsmilh MaM trott*$ tfee second mile  of the race with 2_n__y.4a 2l6j. The first beat  was'trotted in 2.21, the third jfoi "SW_9_  It is rumored thai Nelly Grant is sngeg^d  .-to marry a Scotch Lord.  Washington.; l*8tb���������Presideaf Graft* returned this mommf, and held a Sotsg consultation with Fish respecting the Alabama  -claims.  A Cabinet meeting was held this t*om---  Present���������President Grant, Secret_uies Fi*b'  and Delano, Poetmaster General Cresswell.f  Judge Richardson (representing the Treasury]  _a_._-_.__i__*_____���������*.'      a. _!*_______ ' 4f5______._.l     ������^-__������._J. I  ent conditi  They ; contained no  fins I remits.  i   Washington, 19ib���������Onr, Government Iia**  | not Objected and does not propane to object.!  to the postponement of arbitration. It w con i  sidered within the power of the Genera tri:'  bnnal to grant a postponement for a resaon  able time.   In the meantime nothing will he  done ow <*ur part to occasion failure of ������the  treaty.   No fear i.* now entertained te th>u  direction.   There is no information to warrant the conclusion that efforts to adjust diffi-.  cii.tiea will be in< ffectual.  San Francisco, June 20-Passenger list per  California steamer for Victoria, sailed to'-dai::  B. Ruthven, Mr ToUaid, R. Wallace. E. S. Osborne, Wm. Uainmond, \K Boyd, A. Jayn^s.  Miss M, Ross, Miaa.lff. Drltter, Mr Iferiaandse,  Mrs and Miss Hermandse and child, S..Guthrie. G. W. Alange, A, C. Anderson and wife,  Misa Berminghnra, "Miss Brown, J. R. Howell;  Senator Corn wall. W.C Talbot sacl twosons.'  J. W. Fell. Mr Rothschild* Mrs Chile and two  children, Mm Clarkson, Geo. Lory, aad.21 in  steerage.  EUROPEAN.  Berlin, JThcte 19���������Tbe bill against tbe Jesuit, haa passed lo the third reading by a vote  of 181 to 83...        ��������� ;-. '.v.-,.-. ".  Geneva, June 19���������-The -^Tribunal of Arbitration meets Ibis afternoon pro forma. The  next adjournment will be fox a longer period  than the last. Resolute efforts'are being made  to settle tbe cardinal'differences.-'which have  arisen between the English and American  Governments. , -'.'.-���������'       ..- '���������.;.  LxTKit^TheBoard of Arbitration' has adjourned till 26th June, by which date iatelli*  gence ia expected which will be favorable to  settlemeit of difficulties.    'V    Y-  iiliilNG INIELlilGfiNOR'  ' WILLIAM CRESK.V;.. :v  The Cornish, Flume, Mcliaren, Bradley-  Nicbolsoii, aod San Jnati companies are jfiy.  dtaulicing. Tim Ballarat co. have just abtried  work fiomtheir ww.iWt and will be mjul  blast next week. The Forest Rose co*. wajmed  up loi) oz. ia-i week, and 70 oe, oo Wedoce-  day. .... fffXX ���������'   ���������  --THK IIWWWK/.;'.'.-;,  The Lane <fe Knrtit co. have still two feet of  rock iu the face. The graveUbove is bard,  light and  very  favorable iri- appearance,  PkMity of lead and Bulpburets aw found in  it; and prospects ot numerous coarse.colors  are found iu every pan ^Svy^jLL^  indications are most favorable tbat *&*W  Chanel is reached, of which tbey appear to  be oa tbe rim, good'pay will be stmeK..  GROUSB CRBKK.    ;������������������;���������.,  washed up. S8 oz.Ult  .;��������� v -     .  .;-������������������'���������'���������������������������-.-A-yyy .-'���������  ���������������������������   ���������'-  :f-.j r _ ~*'������������������ ��������������� ���������'������������������f  ; P6i;iTtCAf������ MKKttNtt XT raOWiiKk;���������On Tues*  day, the 16th inst., a public meeting vrss.tteid  at'feorrist's saloon. Lowbee creek*:for tho  purpose of hearing Mr Bafnstoii's views upon  tbe political topics of .he day;. The meeting  commenced at about % o'clock p.m,:: Mr B. .  Polglase was.appointed chairman, and Mr  Bsrnston being then called upofi .came forward, and said that ba rauct. regretted not  having ..een atria.to address th* electors of  Lowhee.creek befere, but that 'inability^ bad  been altogetber caused by the press of otber  buBiness, whtcb had prevented hito froth see-:  ing as much of the electors as Iio would other- f  wise have done.   He: trusted, however, that..  bis misfortune in this respect would hotwork.*'  to his': Injury.   He then spoke strongly lit '  favor of the introduction of mining machinery i  free of duty into the Colony, aud only hoped  that f ttao report tbat eiicti duty was already  remitted by the Dominion Government was  true, as ono season's'- delay' in that respect  would'make a considerable difference to lm'  *% ^LT^T^^ pbrtc^.Ho tben spoke at some length a. to  week.; Tbei Lady of the Laiw .ft  ������ he pvacticabilitv of carrying otH tbe scheme  Canadian, ^^^Uion;.^^ ���������ffifdjau. shadowed forth {n-bis address and various *.  GRAND JURY REPORT*  Tbe following is a synopsis of the Grand  Jury Report:-. 'fiff. -ff-:'. t  To the Hos. M. R. Bkgbik, Chief Justice of the  Snp/eme Court of British Columbia.  The Grand Jury for the District of Cariboo  beg to call attention to the following recom  mendalinns of the Grand Jury convened for  tlte vear 3871. ami although both:, are. matt ers  J pf great -���������.---*���������-���������-.*. .c.  paid  1st. *rr,.v., ri  the waggon road--'is urgently required. 2d  The removal of. the Coiiri nnd Governraent  ofRc5*s from Richfield to. Barkeryille, the een  tre of population and business, would be a  great boon to the people of Cariboo. The  attendance of witnesses, jurors and others al  the former place is found to he & grievance  and causes great inconvenience, and the accommodation is also sadly deficient.  Referring to the report of the Grand Jury  for tbe past year, we bave great pleasure in  stating that Uie matters therein recommended  have been promptly attended to, which is a  cause of unfeigned satisfaction to the Grand  Jury as well as to the people of Cariboo.  We recommend that a foot bridge be eon-'  atructed from Barkerville ncross William  Creefc 6o the foot of tlie Grouse���������r*ek trail at  an early date.  We recommend that A trail "be immediately  made from Grouse Creek* to Antler Creek.  with a view that ihe same be extended .as far  as Harvey Creek a? hood as 'practicable.  We beg to call attention to that portion of  tbe Government trunk row*, mailing 'fhrough  the town of fiarkerville. wh*c*h is in an itn*  passable condition, also to the bridge across  Stout gulch being in a dangerous state ; nnd  we earnestly recommend that both places be  immediately repaired.  We also recommend that a branch Telegraph office and a branch Recording office  be fsrtihwUl* op������wd at Van Winkle. The  want of such offices is considera*bly felt i-.  that locality., being a cause of needless ex���������;  pecse *nd inc^wivenience to the people of  Lfgbtning and neighborhsod creeks. A Gov-  omimKit officer lw?i������g already stalio-aed there,  we believe that __o further expense, would be  iacurred,.   *'  . * J. %. Tonn, "Foreman.  other dufcfls are grouc^d sluicing aadliydrau  licing.  ska: or cixm crekk.  The Vaillancour co. is putting ia machinery., and will have the diggings pumped out  today. The Discovery co. are running a  drive inl������o the bill, where it is expected they  will find good pay���������;���������'.they now find small  prospects. The Two Sisters cp. are funhiug  do wo stoeam,and are finding coarse .gold;!  they expect good pay when they bottom iip. I  The Two, Brothers co. arc down about 25 feet  .with their new shaft* f,.,..-XXf ..'.. ^;.;;.. -.  Tlie Taylor co." ire getting coarse;. ixold-~  The indications lead to toe belief- tbat this  ������ill be -a good paying claim. % ytp. ff %  fff *       lilOHTXlXQ CRKKK* ���������  ���������.:' f ffy ;<���������  Tbo South Wales co paid ilTj ox. last  week, witb every prospect of continuous good  pay. The Spruce co. are digging a wheel-pit  and making ottier;preparations Jo sink; :Ths  Vim winkle co> continue running tbeir drain.'  The Point co. obtained 4 ot. on high rock  and have lost bedrock, but are now making  ex p enses; t bis co in pany are eyi#ntl f now  i n A he ch atinei."'%h$ if' tie t overcome with an  over supply of ^ater, which is now very  troublesome, will probably have one of the  best claims in the country.   The Clark co. is  FOURTH OF JULY -CELEBRATION. ^  A well attended meeting of American citizens was held at Barkerville on Monday ere-  l%tfortbe. .purpose?^  *s to the proper celebration of lhe 4th Ju iy.  Mr I B/Naion wa, elected cb^man^r  Marcus Wolfe secretary, and; Mr W. hurray  ���������'T General .Committee, composed of the  following gentlemen, wastben appointed:  3 m\n\ VVickham.J���������^V^������^  Newland. Kurtz, Kimball, B<***;;Jg^W  'tin.An 'A'lev Sham. I. Van> olkenUirg.  KSi.;f& &an. B VanVolken-  1 Greaves. Owen.. <Jadd. Deedv, Gerald,  J. McLeau,,A.��������� VauVoikenburg, Neufelder,  L TKilo-wing gentlemen were elected ������m  Managing. Committee ir*^nJ$X'"  Tompkins, Denny, Fornst, New land. KurU.  An adjourned roeeimg was held on Thurs  dav evening the 20th inst, ?>������������*��������� P^  gmrome appearing in to-days issuo  wft9  adopted. .   .    ��������� -  nhadowed forth in bis address und various articles In the ScNTtrsi/ newspaper���������that of  Government  assistance  to  private  totoing .  companies by means of a Loan fund to be ',  created for that purpose*  He showed ibat -.".  Government arid Municipal assistance had Ty  been given ia all .countries: to Railway com* -[  panies arid other private enterprises partaking  no more of a public nature thaiithe develop- -/  ���������inent of tbe mines inthfs district, upon which; X'  as far as wo could now see, the welfare of the*;;  country mainly depended.  Uo advocated the '  improvement of all- existing _ trai Is, and :tho  making of new ones wherever necessary and:.;V  practicable, aad.supported the extensioQ. of>  the postal system tothe outlying creeks.   Bo,.  then spoke at some -le.ogib on the subject of  mining grants, and explained-- in a clear and ���������:.  1 ucid manner tho positi on in\. which X such .���������,;  grants stood io this district*---. He said thatfthV  whole matter yirtually rested with tbe min"ers,>,'-  themseive^^tllat no grant or lease could Asfif  given except with their consent on botb occu-;_  pied and un prospected creeks ; -that the law  gave them that:power; and it: was ar duty tbey  owed to themselves is welt as their repre*  sen tat i vesv to express their: opinions/ for /or ;  against'Siich grants when applied for,   Tbii'"  speaker thonght that the provision of the law ;  was wise in this respect, tbat it made every  grant rest oo Mown merits, for in many in?''  stances, such as.in the case of abandoned"-  ground, or even oir new*creeks, miners raijfht.  not ob'ect to grants being- giveni-provided;-'  they were of moderateisike; and did not interfere  with any- ground  actually^wcupleov'  That the introduction of capital on ah exltui*.'  sire scale was much, to be desired in this  country, but the miners must themselves say  in. what instances in the mines its introduction  by incorporated companies should beencour?:  aged."' The law had placed tbe responsibility  on their sboulders, and it was for them to ex*..'  ercise that respoueibility in a manner tbad  would be just and fair to capitalists, and not  injurious to themselves* "  rA vote of thanks was then given to tbo ���������  chairman, nv.d tbe meeting, which was quite  a Urge, one, tben adjourned, ull parties expressing th'emselvss well satisfied with Hie  speaker's views*  ARniVAJ*.���������Mr Th&cldeus Harper, junior  member of the firm of Harper Bros., arrived  in town during the week. We are glad to  learn that Mr Jerome Harper, who left this  country a iraor. timoogo suffering from'severa  illness, and who is now in San Francisco, is  improving in Jsealtti. Mr Jerome Harper wilt  take a trip to South America, where we trust  the balmy airof a southern cli the will soon  have ti.������ efect of restoring him to health*  of  last  -Lioutninsi Dr-siCK.���������The follswiitg telegram  was recei ved by Col. Lane _. esterday morning  from Mr Brown, Superintendent of the Lane  & Kurta. Co.;���������4' Barkerville, June lst.���������Tbe  Eleven of 55msland are getting better pay. I  am satisfied that miners will be able to work  on ground now claimed V 'CpUniel Larre. tui  receiving the above telegram that free miners  could work the. grouml, tehgraprhed last- evening withdrawing his application fur a lease  of ground o������. Lightning creek.���������[Victoria  Standard.  BiBGAfKsWBoota and Shoes are, selling-at  ruinous fum &i ibo Eaikoed Stetre. Barker-  Editor ^nttnem-I was asked yes erday  for my vote by the political -upnjnt wb* b f  Id* m* opposed to grants tban to* wrt.:  The irraiHl question before the electors of tlfts  | district in the preset canvassi has. beeir gran s  or no grants*   Now; sir, I belleye it to,be to  v iMievest, and of every otber working man  SJt grants should be given ot uncoupled  ���������4,W*ti^6team power may oe useaoo  all W gald-boancg creeks ui -.Cariboo tor \  n nit g ptoses. i-5l������.ild ttl^fto; seo a Lane  4 S rtTrtiW-* on all of the������. WiawBg  ���������fb������ .������wW tnV������ but prontablo \���������rtmn\*  icrthnot bu^"Mlieve one of two thingsot this  , LrticulaV.candtduio .  He opposes grant,. lie-  osw tie beiieveS'it.tO'he. popute^^or, if*e  doesito-cprii.cipie.neis aa ass. *ad take������  me for hamate*, f T,_^-  ��������� -X������mx9i^*y ���������"���������     S^.'6* e110^^  The''liim^im'^^^^.--  1 We'are vot aware who the ^flfndtdtfte is  v.N is alluded to m tho above letter, bitt not  having on lb:at day asked our corr^pofi-aeuL  for bisToteoTaupport wo roust und& the  circumstances diseiaim alt rfclifc to the cqco-  pliment convoYcd io the ipnendo ni as ma I  1. f m _f^~r������Hfe m^mm%  i   Eorros Skxtinei. :~In your issue  \ week Mr Peawon co������������ilaina of his having  been misrepresented in your report of his  speech at the political meeting Ire Id here.  ;The report would "lave been fuller but forth*  writer having regard for the sitse of your  sheet, making it a matter of. inipossibility of  your publishwg any lengthy cbmmunicatfons.  it inigfei have been mentioned that he was lu  favor of !* taxing Hour * as a means.of raising  reyeWtO,   H^e states that be did not mention  Lwbee creek as being entitled to a posiai  subsidy*   Now, I li.tei.ed very attentively to  his speech, and I distinctly beard bim ineatioa;  L o whee;   Beaid e s, why a ho u 1 d poo r Lo w !.ep\  creek be left out" in the cold f   Is it bec_uu������*  the men of Lowhee care lens for tbeii letter*1 [  t%an the men on Harvey or Keithler creeks?  He also says be never mentioned ihe names*  (sf Kurtz und Luue, bnt'spe'ciSed grants iii  general. . I am &ot positive that he did men^  lion them, and of course give bin. the benefit;  ofthe doubt, but. tbei:r names were spoken of  pretty freely in the nice-ling, and he certainly  did not .disagree with what waa said, and bin!  Sir Lane not applied (or a grant on 'Lightning-  creek in ull probability there would to*  bosa no controversy about grants in general  Yours,, iSsc.,   :      Jp.!W L. J4cjfK asm  ^WBMESBA^  -''A* '.:    ���������-���������'.;. ���������'. Jl^l ~ * '    Li       "       ��������� -mi���������  "   -���������*"���������  yfyfiff':0m  Qn^nehuQUth;.Ja  e)*! R-rjpyf .Indians vrbo  ^nr^ypdrtiiisiXeek^efcew. thatall* thei beats  ^fti^mF^^offetbei; s*at>iGerBsansenrcreftk  ���������kajit tb"*^lp%i-^fjr^3ato- _r������i|.Isrs������������������I<3|?Tth^_;T-W_jT.  aon/a. "qsb . wjts'/ao*. a* gWPt as at'first reported*.  ���������el \jfi 'train������' iok(5.ed/f *r~C?o.him <& ���������$���������#"*. an.^and:  ^uerraf^j^f;' M^*.fe' .crossed, tho-fraeer  Te^.$������$;#nr*tttejq^m^ :". ^vtlufffi  'pal.ih.^li.6as.{Stewart's "bake, ;nrriv_.d.;tor?  ^a^J^irisorts' tho -trail goad-^ut^i0CTl.ok8  *t0| work tliisi morijjag^o^the feigbt Ifour system. t     , i ^        ,   -,'.., ^   ���������      ,;'";-,;.  ijftbstf^^  .tionali_?*enc> Jki ItAl_j_0. o.p<8"fl8!d. J_*V' ^fe* ."^ljl?itfe&  jwigall j er-i fiTbe^BriHah>%i_ d &st\ ve^ jfeis';fsx org*;  ing About sun .-rise.! if,, ,*, ,,>>,,"* ������:,-,; $   J., t. ; *;-_  ������_;.i.;_r. *." ii-. .EUROPEAN.- v"^. '.**-..'  ^���������" ���������AT^lKlib M^l%j# *t^inb������r������ ������nTVfh'e Vltfav  ;in tfi e^i^ ch A^semb 1 y > h a ve' #sb"tve d fro A- d e-  f m and P f T b ie rs t h e d ism issai o f bo m e Mini 8^;  iprst f Thiers 'objects ft to' >���������_# fr rain verute. but  ftivftri'tKe ap^om^  ���������4ent?< :i ^���������t.-'-.k **���������>_ ���������+_ . -.      ���������_.._ v, - - r, v,v  ^>Tho: Protestanfej Synod.in Qw) in^ession;.berov  fas' rjttst; _passed*) throiigh-;a ^discussion *wbicb  resuitedi in. a* schism vin k ^ho c.b'ii rch. ^Gnig ot^  leader 6t������\A\n% orthodox- paijty.- vaaiajaius the  SuthbritytofiherScr^  !0&i.eve..^  ^oudd^lvor _.. ...  lftii.M^  :   ,������__Ji_.J_i__f__���������ff������l iJJLtlr   tWii^AAoi'i  W'Jr^it'nJliv  ''"   ^__H*-'3 ���������'^���������if.Jf.^j .ji'-'f'.-r^w^ -^ '=*_--_wr"' "  ?������> i^gotiaftons with* G'efmnnyTfiir- tbo gradual  ��������� ovac^tionlo'f: "_^a_rcof as;i tfoe< 'instalments^ of  $i6L.fii"_^  ..jactorily.    ' ' -*"''���������'<  'X. I Geh e va. Juno 14/4NeaT'ly all thOv|entlemen  cb tuiec'te _f wi tti? the ��������� B 6ard������ o f ?Ar b i fci*ation u ti-  ������erfthe-Vr$iitf 'o^-Wasfito^fioril" have arrived.1  M_*<KerinMy?^Mi---Steverirfo,n, 'Mr aoss/und^Mr  ���������_Bobort Irving Tor Barkerville:-"1 --'' ^'J   'i,'<  - lfewrWestRiinsteivJune,.18r^The finterpnse.-  wived,; fKniH;,,Tipt*iiaiat,4,ptm.;  "No^passen:  :gers tor u'p<country,,   Goioael Lanecauie up  'if  .bul^etuffn^jOrraprro^  "**   Rqv^S. WJiite.^tbqdist.,miniitp.^br  ' JTbd .bniyard. with'small freight,Jeayes^or  iLieiiLrGovercor -Trutch leftrfor. Buto^Irilet  wi$0r-'Sini tfc <./P.S'.ron;ygaUirdayJ morniug.  ^i^l^urrarSjIn^ they will embank on  '    ?ttl6 SCOUU ,   'fffysf      ti    "A.     '/���������    -    fi    ���������'- ������������������    <������������������?  ;    '���������fpify, fAYYfui^UW^^fXTi^f' iffifA.  :Mctoria. ��������� ilunevlS-rLast ��������� evening. t at the  . Aibambra^Ballyafmee-ing^ .liyr  ���������r__fT:j|Ab'fringt6n.">vIt:lwaa^ tliat  ihifishing^ mioe"ral^agrnul^  ���������?feSOiiTc������_p.bf:sthiss>|i.ro������lh^ most  f    tntnptin^ ^ndkseinents^ totfmmigrantsr jand  ^capitalistB.    Second,   that; Government/' be*  <n rged to ttse>a|l diligence^oicirculate reliable  'Ini'otrmafcibh .cor.beun;__g-ihe cburitry. a ������.-:'������������������;���������.,  :       e,Themteamer!Brince^AJfreo_;i3^^^^^  rfsat.tine.^.jrt   c ���������*������'';***   .'��������� v    . - -     v*i*i * ���������  "."  The steamers freight;will be?landed^prob^  l^bly on Monday^-Ktb.      '":,_���������'.'.���������,' '' ���������" *"r ���������   \ ;  ���������' be^ 0! tei-V^iTiveYl yfronf^tlie^CkeeaV^liBt  J *-ni^*bt.T. jiDn^of. Nelson!s tlrejjrl. t-_Boats, mpset  win^be rtver^,.apkLsix Indians ^re^ frowned ,77-  , No rie!ws.tronj)-tbe^mhjes;',,.. >XX f^ ������������������ iiu,, - . ,,  ..^.pi. torday. , , \iff i  ;;��������� . y   .*>. o ',.  : )*V*ictoi\iiir*fiino;; M4rTiie ^steamship._ Prince  _' Alfred is.iischarging freight into ; lighters.^  We.rjibatU.svrei'iis^ ?$l  *0ier:toil*..jMucb ���������aliirniiji.s.:feU at the7presencei  a if. t be smal 1 ip.QX*r. ,A djsp u.'e^has: aris.ed aa to  w b e the ly-tlje ci ty;. the, Froyi p c 1 al. 0 r Dom i uiu n  ',^ov(eritmeiit;.mu^-fo    thejquarantiao bill.,  .-.'  #.\: --K, .^������������������^JNITBI) STATUS. ^  :B.iffal6.i;)Jnrie .16tii-���������Thei0cornot-ivo^ of tbe:  H������fp re'ss"' tra i h on tho- Erie ra! 1 ro ad e xp loded  m ^ir H u h tsi v i 1 le. Id \ I i fig the fi rem uii au d f atal jy *  \i oj living t b'ii-'en gi ri ear., .' '',' ���������   :S -::    ;  '    " ' ��������� ���������';'  : rBostori, JiViie 16���������The Fnws������ian '&and' ar-  Tly������?������8 .una   uiuluiup:.     iuts uuimeiifii iS.i'euiiy  :������o*b es ope n \> d :for the In tern atio'n alTes Ii i va 1 to-  ^up r rowf 'The li 6. fo 1 s and boa r di ug .__o uses are  ������r_ipi'dly* filli'ng ������ p.with-' visitors;  ; ��������� ;  Stocivton j, {Xs line"... IB���������The trai n f rom Bacra,-  ^luento.'fiks't night ran over a man named "Dan.  -Oa11 a iia #/. s.e veri ng both legs. ��������� . He il i ed th is  . an pr ri i ng't.;. ff. * - . ' ���������> .. ./ ���������*> ���������-���������'...i ::'''.-- i ��������� ��������� ���������������������������  jSacrii m en to, -3"i me 13���������Ab on fc 130 p ,m> tiwL  Teiu rn excursion tra in, which, left here*y ester-  ^���������*t morping f0r San ^Gjsevran. off the. tra"ok  3!e.Mr- thi'S'-city.and(iiaany ��������� pitsseugcis wero more  ���������or I fj!js inju-redj^but none; fatal ly. \-..y ���������: k  f^f.w *_JO^kV ITtb���������Stdkes'itrial _s postponed'  Sill-Wednesdayuio'rning"  '���������' ��������� '   '  -:  :-M any. cf the:Workmel_ in the sugar refineries  3' "  '"g-:|i  So a djo^irn :f can not tbe ?' atia in cd ,^ a prolonged  sessidn Hvill Ondo\tb^ ; =v  Her 1 i n, Ju ri 0 ; 14 ���������Tho: Em'p er or f������ as i n-  stnjfcted->the ��������� Crowu jurists to prepare areport  on the Gasee of! tlie American : and: British  rameafrdri tlie San'Juratf bo " m;  tion.  'ftYY' YyfAf.^  1 '-Am f:y fff ff't  ! V. -HOT^LS^RESTAURANTSv'Ac.,^^  ���������w-A  Ayy ><AA''MP'AZ-'i'*' At)  !',*������. if'  ^[successoes TO'i* curoo.1  5 *"   '���������     ���������   ? ;-v:-!ij'iv.������:v ^-- y- f< i Ayf ffff  -.-������K'  BejrHb Intofra'&'eir Wends atid'the _Vah Jirljiotthey.  imTO:tftk'ch'thc'_.w&  ?sb^loag'":jravpra)^^^ whil#i the ccc.opa tion?  'bi' Me N. Cunicv:, * . .'. ��������� -.   ,i. - .   - ��������� ���������-��������� .' < ... ���������: ? i::-"..-" * ���������'���������������  ��������� rt.   .������������������      ������������������. ��������� -���������  '���������-.'"I"- '..-"li'-.d  ' '���������''.'>������������������ t  Tlie1 GelebratecL  MM  >"���������;-  !?V   __ ���������.  wSUjb c .maniifact -lircd aad^ fi.old";by "Whol esalo .axidi Re-.  tail in Uspiirity, and  Afp , $ ,,- 'il^'^i^iki^t  '���������>' r"  T?iie"b_'st 'Iiiqiiors' &  '^T>:f fifi "->'   'i.    ffffpf^'fft    .     ���������  'donstaetiy kept on hand.,i .'':','.,  ^f^-'A-Atff^^if Y'f'^'^ff    -''*'' V* '  ;|������^P^^S^h^1.^^  :.;:;..:������4-:vjv':':^:> .-.i.^g  /_* r' '"^ '^ -:' ���������*���������?.* i)'i; ./> !'i"t4 ���������'. , ��������� ������������������'-��������� i !'?;'-  . ,4 ,RE prepanid vto furni8>?Lumber at their. Mills-,'  bjAr _, William^Oreck, or deliver It to, order.."  #;.!  _.. v?, ,^?;;;-;- ^;-<;,,,r..-;f:-1: ' :A-.y\tyi . -��������� ���������A.v::  LUMBER DEIil^JEREDON LIGHTNINjG!  CREEK ;A!f;THE"SAMEvRATlii_' AS ������N:  /-^--;L*-:.������c.^^f-.-w--;J-_5".'  *S������ix_!?,  ���������!Pr..^4''  ^iHaving a.Planing Machine in operation they [will  also furnish"  "���������'""  ~-~ ���������-;i -   - ������������������; -���������-.-'-; ���������;-���������-:"~.-���������.-*���������������������������.._ ���������--  :'t?,/-S.5'V^--s--"fJ .Pi'.-.'..-v:'.,���������:���������"��������� <.^-: A v;   v'r-i     ���������:���������.������������������-."  at ^atisfactoBg^xfates*.: > _ --..   , t ;  ^"  .'lltw*)  ������������������**#*.   ,^  jil^^gK^ifl^Ejj  ii  ''-.   .;f V-  BSftw^lIJl^  fc*?< ^������i  ib fia Always supplied with ������ih(sy best of eyerything,  Hmf /.'���������������_'':'h<*L nrnr'iiri������ri in f__rih_"6.       ''"''     ''       .   ^^    'Yl'f'"������������������  .tUat;catt-iie\riro'cur.H1[^   ' AAAAfWr""  Boards  Single  ��������� '    i. '������������������'."[��������� 'f if {Th<; Celebrated- '*5 '���������'.''. -% ��������� ���������  '-'- ���������' -*  FRESH   QRQWND   ���������OFFEEJ ;  ABUpcrior artlclo" to "any whidh can he hmlfr6m*hc-  low, Roasted and rGround^on; tlie;. premises.; lrpm:,th������  best selected, beriies,,Ijind . waVrnjaLed !roe frpm.ailul.  Vwffif ''"1' ''���������������������������:���������'���������. j.-e. fidoosoN ';  nr?  '&���������{���������}��������������� -'  ��������� *c .-:='  n  D fe.O^'  F-OiAt-  BOG CE.Etl EXTEA FI0U1  MVEifM. JSipilTHiifXpj..  I-UAVRi been ���������requested'by several rcspeetable.-par-  ties, whocah tebttly ;to the cillcacy oTiny syatem,  to msaiu make pubjictho fact tiiat  ���������."...       ' -ff-  ,  ' Mqse^: Hair K  WII.TiPREVKKT'.KiAL'nNTftSS.'   "' :"*'"''.   (-V7-'\-:'  ';'��������� - KE$T(i)UK>*HAl.t 'PffAT -IS B^COMINP TSIN- -  ���������:���������:���������-'    . Oft FATiLING OFF,.mtf.clli'olualiy       ;   .  : ", .,  . ,qtiMtsc\JiiF'M  .. ��������� ���������   ���������"���������'������������������.,'.   /..,   ������������������"'��������� '-..������������������r. ���������' a- *:; .^-.;. ��������� i -���������,-���������-.'��������� ���������  This isn-ot 4* m6re a���������serCloh������cli';Vii'f iparV, texiiaW  n my possess"<>ir natovScas -e&twnonials certify iijg to  EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT.THfcYHATEiREMOV_Bft  4^,/. to the spacious prevnises formerly kno>vn us the,  St., George Saloon, - whero; they will be at all times'  .prepared-16 fur ntsn '���������   , ' ['; '���������' ���������    **"'; ;   ;'. .* i:  -���������BOARD   A^D;iE'AIiS;r  ; OF   THE < BEST   QUALITY.  ' The.'1 BAR       furnished.-.with the finest. WINES  IJQ UOUS and CI GARS. _ . _     v      ���������  Boar������^. h $14 per Week*  IM-M-M^  ?:.':'. ��������� ������������������'���������1:-: >,-';. j!���������_������:��������� "#'.H_?:-__.':a? '.-���������. &i:tfi'$t'-'p:''i&'.���������$"'&'��������� Ylgg���������'&*'$$���������&& .���������  'His cdra_iln$ei%ri^aj���������1j(;-*H#s. Ipatlfe^-  Quesnel .cn-:-.AlONDAYSV.Aand Soda Creek otp; ,  . .: . FRIDAYS at^yHght. /-  ���������������;* ��������� >FBisi������HT,?sfeVv-r'-.--.^^-, lucent per }fo. --"-4'- .  :.^j2_^:68o'di^coisiph*^  forwarded Free ol Cl!arg������ for : Storage ^ofi -%  Corn'ralssiotil **  ^K^>f^ri^ti.fT...4m^?M^T .  'M:������������������;,;.���������"���������.'_ -' /^*ttA^  ^.<^e^be#__^!2,-1872.:^ f-:^Myai^in>.l^  ���������ES  ;:'    CASEYING H.' .M^MAILS^^'; r^ii  ^:t,^A *j&i Is Will'make- -f" ?*F: \ ^H;'*':i *'t"  :���������f",..' jf".*i_}/j;'__.������_? _       ' *.^i ���������= '^t71_L "/i '^ m L1?* *irl*_?ft i  i)':E-t_i___j  r  ...t.  '���������'������������������' i  A-^frcM E$rlzeryMeYAA:f  Arriving in Yale on /Tlmrsdays. in time to  bonoect:: -w^itU^the. $j^*t:.v"$fW  ^New:^estniihsttir;r.idhftwSU^. tlift"Jfc Bf^p.te.  steamer ^Eiifei^r^e,  ^ The California; stenmeiS',Ieave^lctoria$n-,  ?tbe'7tbaiid:22d;ot:e^  :.-��������� ���������L:/U?--*W>>yy$<A:"fAfY'r:'f   :"'fAr ������������������^���������f.-A^y- yqAYiiVi%  ^Sap;27^3tii:",  a.-.  i^fj:^AT^Mf^yrt  ,-_!_vi������-._^-p;*!f'f'    fi '''  fit-   X'f^-fffl ... A : A.' A^X$:$pl.ftfAiififArf  ir^^''^*i'-''in%tit} i'>^*it*������ Nr^* 'imffffp{l  asC'S'-H**- }vx '<i'-f &���������**���������>,,  :���������    *;< -An- . 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EXPRESS -MAT^EE>"   '     '  fl-Hf, ���������ff } t- ff ' ;    ������P    -;-'  ���������R^S.B'.E*  'Q/t'^*;/..';  ���������J"P  ^  A;l|*g;o1bid#''430nM^iW  Yale/1 Will be." forwarded' without -delay^/^������dJ J  at reasonable rates;   "**���������.'��������� ^".r.- 'i! f    V:.'" f' *"���������' ���������  . ; Oommissfbns. -'of--till lld^dsi1^^1^ ^^fe^  cuttiili ���������' Col lectinrts' rhadef arid -S'G^iieriP'fc^'.' ^:  pre^'Agency;:trans^cte\r ;>'-' f'^^ifffy':'".? V"?;'  ^:'lg._?erville^en%  :; ������wsi^ile^Ma^^,; i������72. ;;4-,a^2P |^^;'^  si -i  t..'i  ,J;(8f;      , f Oelobrated  1/VpRCE S T ER,S H*a E- SAUCE  1   ., .   . -Declared hy Gonnoissenr11o 1>e. r,  ���������������,���������;:  ."'   THE   ONIiY   GOOB���������"��������� SAUjGB* ��������� ! > ;  _,i_U,__ttfL*fcl.^  :v*a  1 nere.Sms:��������� its growtUJ,'and6fi'cctuaiIytjt&fiiivb.^i.iirf*ii_.  DaiidrufiV .,   ..W. 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