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The Cariboo Sentinel Mar 16, 1872

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KINDERGARTEN' SCHOOLS.      1  '-��������� ��������� y   ;: ������������������**'      22-   ;     -/���������- "?     :       ���������*'   '  ,f .: T?h*:nam^K-trKlerjrflrter*: or.-gnrdf u or, enily  <ir..n, ic n'otviri'ten'ded io i^op'V ihnfc children  tiro tn h������������fi'r&tnirVed ofttJ7of"'floors'; but thai  ih" i-civ ������������! isjt ff;n:rh>n nlnl. in Vhieh Hie chil-  <"!?���������������������������!��������� arethe planiVand.lheJe^cIn^:. the ^tr-  = .-fl*������n-er. v.'lu^^-d'ity: it isjio  jrivoi;Ms ^upils;^  . .^in;d of f a n������ -analoffon^tjnJtto  <{������>������ipr jrins hip plants; removing hintlrancVp  fi n ��������� I heVsh ftVpin'e ������11. -tiSSSWfe������veilrnltancesl  so that ihey may hwveVroowfandpop^  ;.for .'development' aCcbrdin^ to ihe la^.s <bf  -thoir growth.   -  Tlie name:������tvtV the:^s|ei^i^i>r^^r^irjnnte<1'^  * ���������"by'.-TP'i-ajliei; who devoted^irrilf��������� ^'cenUiry ..to  ^laborafe, byr studyt and exponmpnt.>a no w*  primnry discipline in'-accordance wlUrjchilcl  , nalnre.   Alrendy^atlhoujrh .tlijs vis;yn'o't yel  nny where a-no lion ol pystpm. it  hos spr,eari  ���������over:Germnnyyand litis ilieen Inh'odnced; iri������p  Scandihiivia!' ^Switzerja;nd;vf S|>ain^k^!'ano^:  It a I y a n d. H tissia, on d! JsJ>e<ri n iii ii p^;to^fi n dyifg  vnIh11ciasIic snpporfers Iri tlie Iin\ted Srntes.  'It Iras t6������ontend7with:8$me^^  by a^olass^of Schools fenl$d*Ktf?d<|r|rjifre!ife  w hi oh W" re m e rel y:a JValnalioWf "tli e7o f d i n ?Try'  primary school- -an imitation ofttiareal Kmk  * d p r*ra r I en s���������es I abl ishedh; bV:(eaob el^'wh o't Jin d  ;������������������'       ���������"    ���������'  :���������" ;   -   ';?   ������������������i^6:^"f^ $������������������%# -J vy������^ ;^-,y -.  ���������; ���������  re a d snin pib i n gf ��������� co ri c ern l n j(-1 h ������ sn b jec t.  but  li a d nn ( h a d th t������ n e cessn r y t ra inifl p; and m isse d  the essential idea Of ."tlnv.1: sptfmy :-Tn. teacb  the    system    efficierifly.    one    must    first  thoroughly lenrn it.   Thebesl-Norrnril'sehoo)  for this' piippose is Miat'foitn������Ted hy the Baronr  o������s Mareiiholtz Billow, ������n.'Bertiii, where she  gi ves free. 1 ectu res n pon-'iHe- pbiloso pby of the  tneihod lo pupil?, who have an opportunity,  .to observe . and.. p rac.tic.stt \ fej 0 -Ma dame; Y o -  pier's Kindergarten.   A pupil of tiiisssbhool.  Madame Kriege. has the only Kfriderffarten  Normal.school in America.- ��������� *Tkisisr;aTprivate  \scbo'oi iri Bostdri^here Jfat]aliie Ivfiege I ec-  tnres upon  tho phi 1 osophy, of ? the!;Vneth.6d,  while lier danglifer teacb es the Kin d ergarten  elass, which the;NoMal^npll sat fetid by way  of livfng exainpie.. The pnblie school antlior-  > ities of:New'Ypfk;hope soon, it is flaid/ to  : eecu re the; ���������services 6 f th < ''se hi di es in the piib-  Hc Normal school of that *Uy.   they bave  now;a class of ten or tweWe Udies.   There  will so on be so great a detasftti 'for -ieacfiwsf.  2 A lady who rravellecl in Europ^ to study  ol d and oou J j n nedl i 11 sey eri,}. at^d^po? ppe lia s  seen it -without beinst convinced Umt it nnist  jmv<e iediicated itlifccbildrehythat^d^dtMtrfriot  .short,time to loflrn iy read. w2;y and .cipher,  'and' would enable 'fhern to liepin ascienfific.  'education andcuse 'books -w'ifh the greateM-  n dvnn t si<re,  as etiVl y  as  ei^h t  or n i.ne yea rs"  ^Mmffttf^ Vi'in-ie'  ys:. syy  two'or three active-plays;    The- tasks  catiric: process. He has invented a series op  nlavthins-s. ' beginninff   with; solids   (balls;-  -.'���������:<- ���������; . "-'::". ,;.-r' '-���������"'���������-��������� '-y >y;.-"-.':"-"..''���������y.--^i. 'yy.':-'1', -.'<��������������������������� yyy-y. y-.yy ���������..'���������:��������� ;������������������- ��������� ->3>'-v>: ^  ciittr    ^c), ^o^se" on^to ph>uf   riy f,if*ed ' and  sn 11 ares a hd,t ri angles, nnd' then ce; -toTs!licks-- of.  yyy'������������������'-. ���������������������������"; ':������������������.:-..: v y..y.tyyy>y:-yyyyyyy,y '-:y-y .-yy y>: ;-".y  ;dliferent -lengtlis. and points- (peas or halls of  wax) .with- which the sticks can be'inseried,-  fo make frames of things; and symmetrical  abits. The little tables at which the chilr  ren.sit .are mnrked-offr in inch squares, and;  the * blocks; planes ,and sticks are^ not laid; in  .confuted;;liesps. ,.bnU,cai:^fu?l$ fadjiisled "one  by one to these squares.^>.f*\Yiien the child has  ;.;'.'<;.���������������������������:'; V-* --.'-V-.:-y       *-  ",, ������������������ .y-^ "i-V'. _���������- ���������;��������� ���������"        oVtf'-.O'yil '     r \,,U\}    '������������������;:���������:'���������"'      ���������ty/' '       -'i*'-.'  a cqu ired sufficient ski 11 to in rent form s wh ich  lie. wishes to make permanent, be is-taugh.t to  d ra w oi* p i;ick , pictu res. .to; sew.yea rdboard  Svit li 7 Chi o f e d t lirend k j n r eg ul ar rmtte:V n s. (n fr  copies allowed}, to ; we ave into slitte<l; paper  of one col or s( ri ps o f - another col or, to fol d  paper .with"great exactness''in geometrical  forms;' and unfold it 'to- make'little boats',  ���������clyiiTf^' clips;.i&;c.^and1 tb mdiild figures 'out'of  clay.... :, ,,_������.....;:'.. -���������- - ,*>..- -- ���������+ ��������� ^- t  : Galisthentcs. ball-plays,,and plays-imitating  ;tlfe motjoTis'-o.f keasteiory birds.smechanical  labors.! &c: are alternated with these - quieter  occupations, ond give grace and agility.--  These exercises .are directed and enlivened.  w-itlrsbng&V * . '- ���������-- ��������� ��������� - ' * j ;-^:-' ���������-���������-���������������������������-'>'''  The teach er,: by ^StiistaAtXtines^i^i.ri^/en.nii  the ch il d *s a tte n ti on t o every poi n fr o f resem -  bJanceand-.contrast in\!th$'Lohfecis^presctited  to; itjan d'-'en con rages it-tO relate: i ts; little ex^  f >e r i e nee, y o r ex pi, a in its. I i Ul e. in ve n tion. so.  keeping itn mind awai������e and? in ;?igreeriab Ie ac-  irvUpy'xy.. 'y,y.yyy,y.2.yu-,- - -^i.,2^"kyy  ��������� The system of instruetiori in the Kindergarten is, in fact, simply the carry in ������ out of that  education which a loving and sensible mother  becins'in the nnrsery;��������� not of set ;ri uroose. bi11  fry ri*atiifai instinct,: w 11eh sho p 1 ays��������� with ber  baby, teaches it to notice fhin^s,.to use hands  a n d. feet,. t al ks to. it, and ,i n terp re ts. i ts ��������� d a w ri-  ing thoughts and wishes Into-words. '!-.If a  baby is not p 1 ayed wi I h .it ceases to p 1 ay, an d  becomes, if. n oi ah abso 1 u 1 e id iot, at 1 eas t d nil,  d iscbii ra ge d '���������' an cl ��������� ��������� stupid. It is s a d to i h i n k  w h at i m men se i ri j 11 ry i'i* d one, an d - wb a t w as te  rii ad e of hu tn an fa e u 1 f y, by those d ef ectiv e  me thods o f ed������ catio n wh i ch u n d er take to xe-  yOrse the ordei\of na'tnre. and: make childreu  passive to receive impressions, instead of  keeping them active, and letting them- learn  by their own or a suggested experimenting.  -.This system of education is not adapted  merely to primary schools : the fundamental  ijHrbile: ihe* Change^mbsfneededfand; the'li&st  cb^ginnirigs Of a thoron^fr'i^riioielbi^ of ojir  methods of teaching, is tlie in trod he tion into  ^ji^f | pub li &r ;sch ools; o k tbe/ KiRdei'garteh ;'#  I\ipntr^iI..WJ}ntefjp.;^ TnbHym l*< f2; y.i*-' ^.  FunjiUi.  mXi2 ^ivMI^ii:LliANEG.pS. ^2yyyy2y  .,yyyy ;yy-\..,,y: -y:* yy-y^ yyycy.   ���������*; \'y--:.  '\J\jytlMLOOXUl\ .* OL\JsfylXxX;P*.���������  yyyy y.-'-'-v ^,-yy- ���������.������������������'*''-������ y-,->-..y>- * u\c~^-y..-'-< v-- *- >��������������������������� c  ';:;:MS;firS^'::'l������  ^S;y&::;vy.;yy;y:iS  yxmyyX2y2XyX2.MXXMyxxx.yx2^xxy  -:   Liquors,-:/. \**$  XX.2y':Xy2y222(0y}y;Xy^22y  If|;|r|ft;S;/^^SS  '} viil: Xyyy^$:yXX '2; ��������� X^yXyyyy. 2y }y yy yy  ���������:i y yyyyyy:;: -.;y yy yyyyyyiyyyyyyyi;; yyyy;.y  i yy %y yyyyyy'y y}2y \i y 22222 yyyyyyyyy-y }y  2:.': 'yyiyXyy XlXy 2 ���������> yyX^^XXyWXy SSSt  ������������������'.;;'. "���������������������������: yvvvyy^-'>; yy. %.i'.yyy'yyL yyyyy & 2 22yyy2y  }>f:  ���������AND--,  ������;*$���������%    ���������- - ' ������������������'  '������������������ i  '������������������ '<-.y , -��������� '���������   vyy ,���������;������������������?. vy'yyi'~yv|yv .'���������y"'-;. 'yS.^. y': ���������  yy^yy^ :%'������ ^ypyvv-y^; , ���������:v;������;-y^y-yi.  w"< -    .     ���������    -    ��������� r    ' >**   '\ -^   yj.\yy  1st'  'yty*  ALWAYS^ON HAND.  /���������      ;��������� ���������.. FLATvAND-ROUND,: 2y2'y2x  For hoist ing froiii Mining Shafts and Inclines, Ferry  Ropes, ji uy. ;Rt ip os, .-!��������� >r ��������� ir������ asm i tti ng,, "p.ojvof^ qtc.>y I' I  '};1 WANljl^CT0HED;OFiANx'LEk^ y  Wire 'Hop������ is much Cheaper, Lighter, and.  .., more Durable tlian any other kind of  ' '. .yBope..- yy -' -yyyy yy . y xy:f ���������":? :y[ 'f Q.  ; - \  Hallidie's   Endless .Wire  yyll-'-:2yy '^Bopeway,;'  'y   ������������������ '"������������������-. (Wire Train wiiyj,.;.;  F->r the rnpi'lanl Kconomic!Jlrtrinsport? tion (.of^ Ores  \md dthi'iy mate rials over i.WtiaiitaiiiaiiS' aud-difllcUltj  roati's.   (SiicureU hy :V. S. i'atent.) ���������;A ls^;v. V*- ;���������;���������.',  2 Patent'^^^���������^y^y'y }  For I riinsifiittihf power* and by v.iiioh tho rope is  uuinjar.ed an J cinuot filip;  iST SEND FOR CinCIJLAR3.  .. Agency ol"the . -���������-��������������������������� y f.".y--A'.   y -y"'; y '������������������ .  . ,.   PACIFIC  WIRE   &  W. Ri MANUF5Q   CO.  . 2 y     .'(OF CALIFORNIA.).  All kinds an'.I sizes of Wiro constantly,on band -.ani  raimuf'abtured n> order.    ������':���������  :>      ; ' >;;  A.   S.   HALLIDiE,  . t.yijd-  i? ,-,   HQT-ELSyllESTAURANTSy^&cy- r;n.  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Herj^icl ^nd,Eisg^r;d>  1 .   \^ ^   ������VIOTOEfAVB-O;'* ^.,,v ".'" ;  ANDREW ASTKICO.'V, ��������� ^, ? -*r ���������/, PROPRIETOR.  s..:.V      '���������"!.'.���������������'t.'*:-.;':t:':i.":y,'.-;  '������������������*-".���������'.������������������: ���������.:'.".  ",;V ;-' ,.'>rV \ :.'���������;". V :;-     -���������������������������^,"   ���������/'  " >:  yy^J  >2fl  -.'vv^fi  My|:l  -.T.-i'.-vC-W*  .,.'���������;-'*v,i������->s  ��������� ;-;p  yy--w������  '��������������������������� yyfa������  yM  '  \'l  1 ��������� f f  : a  'ill  . --I!  -      t S;  RuumsJor Fiimilios.   .,-   . -y.i ; -v-v.' -, ���������'' -v ���������-'���������   ^ -,  Board' and -lodging' p/r week. :$5;50-Ana $o, J8-  Per: ilayy $ly .Singl^mcalK 37^oouts.���������'; Beds,-5<W.  . iiejr -t'iro proo 1 &u <>., i n'.th e: H������"use. r ,::y niyft.eI*,.,.  ������������������ 2  ' ;2  Xy J;y.J.;yRpBEaTS;ON.^^;rt^:  ; ���������        ���������',,- .       '��������� ���������   ���������   ' . .���������' .. ....    - yiyt' , *  DEGS TO ANKbUNCB; -THAT33E HAS,OPEN ID  ���������; ;���������'.'?  ������������������'���������,���������')  AT ST^L^  Tho Taide will rLl.wJiys: b^. siippiied v.i th the bjj  articles that can he got in Cariboo, and the Bar vrf������  the.;''v 2".y.;f >.\..\yy.U.y yyXy-22*y\yyyXi  finest Wiriest  and 0igars.  if*������Nr rtfnatft I*������rt Chirac 4r**������j I  '  y *    '.AwKS^iSTi.   ,-".};; -;   >  ���������;'c*  i:,yy  5'. ���������' : a.  >������M������mawwMuwwuiftw������aB<afl^^  v *:*c-"'.-?  .J i< ���������- ���������  5 y. m  fw ;  W  X  m  mSM^m^m&m^  SATURDAY. MARCII-IG, 1872.  ���������HTHE ^OTERNQR'S .SPEECH.  Writ *es5ion of^helrst^roy^ialParliament  ������������������Jjp;tb^.:ljr pnrjnce! of^rlffifr  . ^nlop with the T>ommiori: of Canada waa duly  vi������!nd fortorfhy :-;^?m& ^by Jbia ��������� Honor Lient.-.  ^yerno^rnrch in a speech  'abil Hy. ami pith than an ch prod mitioria 'are"  n.cuallypws^^  ������qiVest lona: that at presen t agitate the miind? of  * those wh o interes t th ema'e) ves Iri^the poll Heal  (?^^^1^Ifare$f '$9 &$)������?y ���������&$ dealt  ' wilff vin *a. manner iii at Tavist lie^ thoroiighly  seat isfactory -Jo (i the ; in habitn n f a y of the Pro-  ���������vince at large.! *15vefy ;one will be  glad  to lewn .'jji[ a trioitw-itbslan ding the expenditure  yof ih^ piAtici^ of the  ?Pro vince with the; Vo"ro!ri ionii the, Colony is  "free, from debt and the funds in a satisfactory  ��������������� lMMioRAT{o>'.i-^W;e h ave Tficeived i rifor ni a ���������  tion from a reliable son nee that a large party  of Canadtes,^on������isKng of 200 men, are wintering at Jasper house, on their = way to this  coiititry and tlie Peace river 7iiin^.>-.\VTe;{are  given}- to n ndersian d: tha t on. the ;breakingi rip  of winter :they will come through by-way of  TeWMuiie "Cache. - This is in all probabiIity  the'i>arty alluded to in an extract from a Hed  river .jonanal published, some time since in  ^Kis joiirrial, and^s merely the commencement  #f n large additisn to .tlie : able-bodied ^population of this country to be dm ved if rom the  same source. .'��������� We belie ve (bat we are likely  to reap a corisiSerable,benefit.this year; Jrom  the nn meroiw surveys of ithe Canadian Pacific  Railway giving..asyth������y\ will a decided im-  petttsto an-idtflux of Immigrants in this direction. 2...... \    >. yt:y J   ���������    -; ���������"��������� ,.: " :,'.!'.'  y.Tm Railway^vRvettxo Partt.--Mr Ma-  hopd; the enterprising, cornm and er of;-.: the It  Divisiony of ' the Canadian\'yPacific -Railway  Surveying party; left ^BarkerMlie by Barnard^ Kxpress: on !the l^th irist; Tor the pnr-  NEW AfiVERTISESfENTSC  irdHN MARSHALL  J  ''.'���������������������������'���������:��������� ���������IS^.HI^OI^'STA^,^     *"���������-������"-/���������  ILLS.  NEWADVERTI^  tf$^Scnd your "Wheat alonp .boy? I   ���������%&- CHEAP  RATES! ���������������������&- Ratisfaci\on guara'utoed, ami'no delay.  Soda CreeVMarch 5,1872. .'���������    ���������������������������.��������������������������� -2     nib 9 2ni  and from thence*by waypf - Cfar/berry:.' :Lake  and ; TettrJawie������a*btftotheencampnient of  hisdivistbri bn'Casfie river;: TV'ewisli^lr Ma-  hood, who' appears;.to*, be most tealous arid  i ndefat igable fri\ bis opera t ions; ������e ve ry success  in ^;(Kfficult������n^  Uriderstarid thtU-MW  ^probably^his.seasoribe^  try. west;pf the Ilbcky Mou ntains.������  .'. ^The Wbatukr .^Tbe^ weatheryat /the commencement of the week underwent^qriite a  efrang^;< y Jatfk glrost^ for a jwhilef reaumied his  sway,'5 and:the thermometer fell 6ti: theVpight  Of the 12th to II degrees belowiserb;;>Since  therilt bearswi uo certain aspect,1 threatening  b$b jcold and jsnow^ A^ early spring^ap^  pearsj howerer;.te :';..  "The N^:^  ?nce;tothe ^  anptSef ^coitimbf that Barnard's Express car;  ryiiig the Cariboo mail, is expected to'arrive  tonight at Soda Creek. It will: therefore be  duejhere������ on Tuesday night: ,          IXyy-  NEW. ADVERTISEMEOTS,  yfrtateiaco^  ���������;, X;hrinS2: :it������ny': measrimya^l ju-emi^ Pos? ?/ making a recoiwiottory survey in con-  ������; .^i^lorig: been, demanded .by whaf we, miisti nectionj with^e r. above; Company. jHe will  ."  ^>id!i(rii^  V2 ".^^'in-^cli^tat^I:: ^^;������^Te^^yi^'the  -;; ���������-^,yii^L^  y^tvn^  ;';.'; -Jv fjnin^''Lawsl- :a)iMtSe^^i^ati w  ;yAc$?t^  f    ^^!; ^ ^^^P^on riptheCanadiaiTTarifl;  :.;,^^are ;faiHy arid bbneally  .  ?a"j^>i������^ to doubt-.t������be integrity  .I nrtd^dorlVWirh x>f ;tbe Miri istfy on the sii^lject;  ; yy/^h^yh^^y^i^s^^b/be^eye; .tbat^vthtey  y'^  ,  :��������� and that tbe'erid of the sessioti^wiii see the  r   'prasetit' ^nlstr^^  "seciiriB ^tbis j end," ho wwets these1 measures  'yy., m ust1;^|;pi^hc^;; .;t^mi^b^in^c'b^^ man rief  yy. .^^the^in covi. tp.pt ^ffie^G^ei^en toa.; the  ��������� ������������������:���������,. :���������>*������������������'*.���������.+. y* ���������&, ->./js_k.^fv ^.'M*' l'y#-M i-'\* ,\\y-;-/y\ v . T.'.--.f-V.^K-. T  :^:?f!c^  ;, ^tbij^pnbiic^wii(^  y:ritatesmaniik������ admirilstration of Uheiafiaira of  ': y-'the .I^^c^i^^e;m %d!i  ; ^*inihIatratlon^ ���������show that zealv^nei^y atfd hon-  l':,il^2^^  r y^W^wliicB tbe^  : ;ri^httb;expe!Dt^  rfl ^.^:^iH.^ jt^J^oi_iV^on'9ti t������.ern ernes * - ii a-v������e not been  ��������� -unwatchrui ^^eir^^c^irigs.and will give  ;   ���������the^riialj^heicreo^^M  *due to them.. The Pf eeent Ministry Is erilitle'd  %ib"'a fair aridjmpar^  ;-���������a"<1 ^l?W. Kl������4 4<?;P!^C?"'^ !^at a large ma-  'M0P&^������ :I%?ent.^oiise feels kclihed to  ^concede^o^bemtbaf right; and we appre-  bend -thaV;a6long as-they stand-by-their present j^grammejsolo^g wilil  ^PI^^^T^MHJWity ^btb'm the Hm  rnnd |n x the \ country, aiwl yno lenger. . Tbe  .:.l$!jW?^  iW0$l^Pm; Q? Tljr0fl?; are one and -all  'famliiar^o; fliis5icoirimunityCin fact, were  supported by all tbe present Members from  ��������� Hhis constituency at the last election���������and rt  Vivtn be for them- to see more particulaT'iy that  $^?���������:^W^i^^������4te iro earned out in snch  ta marine^as to?be<>f substantia! and lasting  ������b en efi t: |o th e Ca rrbo o d ia trict.  i #S^ care ,the conduct of  >#;inur r^^  :U^?^?St ^ -^*i! wrk witb^ieasii^re every-  I^hing;done; by theni that may tend to;be of  $|^fet^jsffi^^  ''��������� "���������'H ^-M^^^-' 1 ^ 03 fc'- eesr ta 1 n !y^ record 'r-e^eip acif  ���������^vW$ilM'$p them which we may deOm de4  ;lic:interestsl  SE't:LfKG.OFF!  yy}02:^^i^^yyyy  Begs "to inform his friends and the public  generaljy that lie is about leaving (lie  ;-. Colony; and will sell bis varied stock of  JE^ELRYi    WATCHES^  }yX DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES^ %  X POCKET CUTLERY, DIVt GOODSy  S^TIONERY^ and   FANCY ARTICLES  ���������2-:2..:.;���������:-.. ef all descriptions,'; -.-;     -.-,:-.���������������-���������  At (3-reatly Reduced Prices  2} ���������������������������������������������.;���������������������������   -.   ���������;   yy   ml32 1m        y   . ...  ^OTICK is hmbygiyon:ihntvan aipplfcnitioh wii) hh  l\   tna.le at the up'xt:Session or. tl������> LoelslatlvJ a������  scmldy of tho Province of British Columbia for an Art  to Irtoorporato - "  THE   WESTERN; CANADIAN; PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY:  forthe.purpos'ft of construcihiK und workiujraRall  ������a.y; p",m<-nc'nK Ht-a point at or near Victoria*  British Columbia, thmco 16 somo point oiLthtL Eastl  er������ Coast of Vancouver island, and fr^it it lichee bv  Bndgc"or Steam communication to sofm* point on tho  Wwtorn Coast of tho Mainland of British Columbiiv  uetw.een.the Forty ninth and Kl ftv^ fourth pa nil hd^f  north t-mtudo, thenen tli'rouifh thc'Miiinluri't of -flr'hfrh  0>lumbia by some jiractlcahie. p;i������s of' the Riickv  Mountains to the Northww% Tcrritary) .and to s(,mo  lKjInt on tho .^>rthn-e^tTurf{N^ri-f where a junction !  will be effected:with a lino or Railway starting Irom  the Railway system-to..tho Northa-ist parts of On-  tario/aud running towVnls the Rhckv,' Sfouriinlns  with power to lake such ilrviatkms anj,branch hV-i  to connect with the s^aboaM of Vancouver Island or  elsewhere as may be advisable ;md for the purposo  aloresajd, and to establish, equip, and mntutaln such  Ferries and Steanv Vessels as mnv he ncc'-ssarv.  .;    '     J   : JJRAKE k JACKSON,  ^.^.--.-"r^���������-'..-:-���������- ;-.���������    y Solicitors.  ;.. Vjctonn, B.C. v 26th Jaijttary, 1872, .      fe3  10:  le  T  ���������r.=. unipp's 'vUr  kargeiSpecimen! $500 in  ';���������.T">.;:.Gold CoinL.''  CHAIIS^&Cv &C.  'M'OTICE Is herebv given ethnt an application wi!lb&  ii made at the next Session of the Parlmmeot of  Ca nada for a n Act to. iBcorporato y ���������}������������������   -   ';���������:; ���������'  TH^^WKSTERN   CANADIAN   ^CIFTC  RAILWAY -COMPANY,     '  for. tho purpose of construcUng and; w<������rkinjr a Rufb  .way, commendijk at .n: point at or. ������e������������r. Vicroiia  British Columbia.'thence lo some pointon the Eastern Coast of... Vanco������ver Mand,.. and r'rum thence br  Bciige^or, Steam communication to some, point oil tho  Western Co;ist of tlie .Ma i nIii h'rt ��������� iff Brit ish ��������� Coiu mbla  betwer.n the Forty ninth and. Fifty-i������mrih parallel of  north latitude,, thenco through the Main Ian vl of^^ British  Columbia by some pnicMcabte-''pass of; tho R.icky  Mountains to the Nor:h West 'lVrrjto?}- f.ud to >omo  poi at; on thc^Nort h West; Terri lory, -.where a' j i lift tion  wi 11 bo effected with a line of Bail way .'s J a ri i n������': rom !  tho Railway system to the.North 'East p.i rs of on.  tarto, and Tunning .towards ,the Rocky   Moimt An*.  with power.to take such deviations and branch lines  to connect wi th' the seaboard or; Vancouver I.- und  or elscwluT.e, as may:bo advisable and- tor tli**.. pur.  pose aforesaid, and-to establish, equip, a'u t' iuaimiilri !  such Ferries and Steam Vessels as maybe nee..<yrv*  ;;������w y/yy-'-yy ^-yy^ drakk &;JAt:KS(>NyV' '  -.���������: -'���������-������������������ ��������� '-,;y      .;.:'.;  .'     Solicit *ir,*;.  ^ Victoria,' B C., ttth Janiiary, 1872..:.    y   yj*;,'7 ;  I'OpSaleyor to lieti  XyXyy     THAT WELI^K^^N v   -V-  15 each  ,-r  Cliance,  pRESCRiraOJvS AND RECIPES FI TXRD.  OFFICINAL PREPARATIONS.  STATIONERY, AND PERFUMERY.  PATENT & PROPRIETARY MEDICINES:  : '  DE3STTISTRY.  '���������-"  Teeth Extracted without  yyy 'Pailn- ;���������' .  T5y tbe aid of Richardson's Spray Apparatus.  Filling  .with<Sold,.AmaJgam and Cement.  3>R.CHIPIV r.   -   -=     BARKERVIXXE.  ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������-  '    '    mh9 1m  The Highest Throw to take the Specimen,  the IiOwest the $500 in Gold, the others in  proportion.  TheiRaffle wii I take . pdace at the ANTE  LOPE RESTAURANT, tfarkerville, nud due  notice will be given when tbe list is filled.  T  and .premises lately occupied by the late John fbihUr  I in '���������   ���������' ;" ���������  ��������������������������� ;;  ���������  QUESNELMOITTH,  is now oflered for sale or to rent, with all and.sundry  the: :'   ";y . -. '���������"���������-" . '  BAR FIXTURES. BILLIARD TABLE.  STOVE, LAMPS, PIER GLASS,.CLOCK.  and all the necessary Bar Furmture-rall in good con- \  (iUiou and lit for immediate occupancy.;  t>3^ This Snloon isso well and lavorably known as  one of the very best stands in Britisli Columbia for  Saloon or (������ther business that i^requires no*puthn������.  Immediate possession given  JAMKS H.-KKRR,"  .Agent lor the proprietors.  Quesnelmouth, B.C., Dec. Itt/'lSTlr dc23 tf  FOE   SALE  The undersigned,  wishing  to  retire from  ';';y' ''"'yy}-'"    .business,   t;:' y- -.y2y  Vaiilainconr,   Hunter  &  Lavery,  i w  FOR SALE,  THE  ~*���������0-  -*-������-  will be -the 17th-of old Ireland, yWe wish  otiriViendsfrpirfe  !tn:a;PomH6n;  ^be fullest ext������nt^   v  GKnow -&y Johnson?s Ekrttrm am ved on  SahirdHy, the 9th inst.; bringing the mails and  ^^.f������?senge^;-.;pA  <saonU;y y      ���������.;-.: -���������/.; -���������.; ,    . ������������������  Far particulars, appjy-������ixhc prcrrrfses.  .[SUCCESSORS TO N. CUNIO,]  Bp$ to Inform their friends and tho public that Ihey  have takeu the well known premises ih Barkerville  so long favorably patronised while in the occuikition  of Jlr N, Cuuioy.  Th������ Celebrated X  i  RK prepared to furnish J .umber At their Mills,  William Creek, or deliver it to order, y  ���������will bemanufncluredand sold by Wholesalo and R  tail iu its.purity, und  'y-yyyyyyy.   j.  HARPER.  The best Liquors & Cigars  constantly kept on. hand.  The Lodging Department  wi II \ui al way? carefully a Ue* ded to. and the best  K������;d.������ and accommorjhttoWj provided, for their nis-  mn^      ... , Jm������  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  ,WILLIAM:,CREEK..,,, .. -��������� ���������;���������-'  Having a Planing Machine in* operatibb. they Will  also'furnish .. yV'v- ;'"^'  at satipfaciory rates.  mi  IX PRRSON'S INDKBTED TO THE iundersljBrn)^  lor REEF will please pay to Mr A'. PKNIKih.A,  who ,ls a ti thonged to receive all debit* duO 'me a iid io*  ceipt for the same. . y  Sark^Til>7 F������ih. 26, .JUT?.'    ' ''.   ������*:IA  i.  m  m  H  ?^ *< ^-y^-HryMy'y^yij'i^Mi..-  THE GARIBO0 SENTINEL  SATURDAY,,MAE������IlrI$ 1872;  y2mM''l}M^^ms2X  ;;:-l|||?f|f||  Quesnelmouth, ,March iy-Every thing is  *quiet������here. Robertson Brothers, Girod &  Gui^hon, and: several other parties, are getting  l)oafeyready for an early, start upltbe river,   :,  Tbe^Oirajh^ca ExpVeaBj������npw. overdue, is expected every day.       -..���������'"'   , ,'y   ^  Private letters? from Victoria say there will  berIifisk?Urrie8^there!ibi8>pring: * *7,       , ,'  The weather5 is still mild.,, ��������� ���������.;   yr,  ; /; ���������,. v .,>Lf ^SQDA CREEKLy y^ '" -'>  " ���������, Sod a ��������� preeky Marcfr 1 3-^iBarnaril ^-Express ';������������������  with ibe mails^ left Cjthis morfltogf^r below  With av ful I lofad' 6! "pafesengers.'   ' J'   *' *      ^  J. Wilson has built; a new six-tori boat for  .:tbeOmineca ^de.-   >,y*���������*C.'Cit*O  M^D^Oppenheiraerjleft:;for William Creek  vtO"day^''"^y'/^ 'yyl-o y ' :"��������������������������� < -* l;  Weather warm'and bright    ���������    4 ;  Soda Creek, March iS���������Aboutybvo inches  <if snow fell durtri^tbe* iii^htiibriV^will^ probfc  ably disappear<3tirlng:tbe day^The up mail  is expected to-morrow evening; .. The Francr  is lowland the Chinamen are busy arid doing  welt- -Thermometer^������-below freezing.  ;.'��������� * ','.���������.;.t'..;\.���������'.',".-.-y.j'v.-< yj. vy w.;\.''','" I-, ,y '.,-..���������,-',iy.?��������� .!��������� -yy'.<vy-i.%:SVV :v.-:>  llly&yEiym^  .Clinton, March 13���������Mr Jerome Harper left  yesterday for San..Francjsco. tor recruit bis  ������������������'liealtb.i;g^  week*.   2y ',      . .    t,,    ;',        f  .The Clintofl-FtourMilZs will be in frill blast  The weather is very fine, with frosty nights.  The j-oads arejn^a bad .stale for travelling at  present.     '/ y  ^Clinton,  March  15���������Bafnar.d,������|E|:presses  \-fn>fn}abo^  Tbeyleaveat daylightfor WiUikmCreet and  Yale. .........      ,  'Jlfll      '     '"LYTTON.  .    'LWton, flayJ)  ]3--T*m 2^m, tfWi Bar-  }ppe r.d % ?*Expre������s..'-asdyn^rly 710.00 vpotirida-^of  wn\\ '!fim'iyr\'fy\ jwayl^dfflces.ltd William  Creek  arnjve$>& jay;       y j  Th* rnad above ann below Lytton ia tw-  <d������*rg������ine a thorough' repaid.hy;.Superintend-  -ent, Steyenaon. ������nd isCTp^tedffco*b<e.in peril  f>ei order in len days.      '-<  y<  Whither clear and.'.*������li/. -  i Lytton, March I6WI1& -^fiiig W-Mrly  *>pened.\ Tim- farmers"have been ploughing  fnr the last;week. ��������� Although the Winter was,  ���������considered a hard oneno losses in stock have  been reported,, in the Nicola, Bonaparte, or  Kumloops "country,' mn Ihey have also done  well on tbe Eraser.   father clear.  ..'-''..-..'���������; ���������':' _���������--. yy.; ; ".'��������� M' VV",': ������������������-'������������������--Vyi^'-'- ���������'- '.-,���������,y, ^.yy-yy.y- ��������� -' u     ��������� ,   ���������'-:    !���������   ��������� - i ���������,'  ���������--'"   .-.  ''������������������..yy. ,'  : .-y. yy.:,:..   -::.::��������� ���������'. iV."''^':!.'-.'-- y'^":: <:'���������'.. ���������"*������''..    .'   : :'���������������������������'....,���������"���������,'.-.������������������:���������:.������������������;.���������'  /���������lyl^llplffi  Yale, March 13���������River clear and riaing  el 6 wI y, ^ ,  ,.,' : ��������� y.  'The ateamw^QnwardxJeaves Ne^^^tminJ-  Bter for Yale to-morrow, morning.'     ,y '���������[ \  Barnard's Express left; yeaterrfa^ i^rirriin^  Taaien^ers :P^hri^Leriria  lot Kamloops ] Xasi Newiand, for Williatri  : creek; yt \y }}��������� 'X2I ''yyy,y'y^xy2y2222}\  Weatber; fine.  Snow rapidly -going 6fL c  '- ��������� " '.     ,;' ;NEW WESTMINSTER.     :        \\  _ .New, WestminsterV'Mmchri  "Cornwal 1 -arrived from Tale per. canoe eri  route to Ottawa on Saturday last:' ^  The Onward started on ���������herflrsltrip; Mr^the  season to Vale yesterday^momiricf, with filli  load of freight imd>.ft^.,pa8serijs^rfl^  The Enterprise cairie over from Viitoria  on Wednesday,-and returned yesterday.  '  Weather flhe and mild.'; -Garderiinr baa  commenced already^: Sldckg in this' district  doing well.   Tbe farmers are preparing for  -seeding. ;  bis Ronory signature to become Jaw.- It ii  reported that-;tKe bllKwill? be:*��������� aigried to-day;  when the Canadian T������ rilf will come into fof ce.  The Postmaster calls for tenders for :mall  ^rvicebeUyeen Victoria and Kootenay., -,  The Mining Bill has been reactfa, second'  Attorney General". MeGreigl)t; An reply to  Mr Armstrong,-, said be coul.d not advise;the  Goyerriorto send down Wbi 11 for 1 rierea'so of  membera pay, and on motion the House ad?  jouroed till 'Monday.   , -f;   -/ ^    i , (   y ,  ;'    -    '      " EUltOPE^N.'fc ���������;.;.[  j^MMrldgMftrch  publishes a decree authorising lnyin^. a direct  telegraph catile between; Spain nhd Erif 1 an A2  ' Gpnataiiti no pie, March 12/- - It is anrioiiri c^d  tbat;the Bey.'df Tunis will .viaifc this" city"dur-  tvrg Use month3f Apvil.> I':. y y y "yVl'"'   ���������  Rome, March 12^Itis^ nimbred iKat Prince  Frederick Charles 0f tRrrissiaHwhile ipy this  city receritlyr asserted his'claime to thedcan^  didatnre for'the throne of Spain.      ;  "   y*  < .-*iLpndon; March 12���������-Lady Mordaunt ia pro;  n on iiced; bp, h igb^lrii edi eal >, ait th or'iiy / tqv be  partially Insane, arid the^'petitioti/of her husband for a divorce has been dismissed.,   ,.,'  y) Paris. March; 12 WTfi e (Prih ce ���������; an d ��������� Pri ri cess  of Wajes-1 tiriched wi th the J?ri ncejin d Princess  ^'Aun^^^^ Paris, a nd  Dnkf ,^y Nemours yesterday. They .afterward'-/ received, a ,visit" from'-Thiers,"' They  depart ���������Jo������nio>iVo^ foKCowea:  Paris, March 12���������A meeting of the stockholders of Suez Canal was held to-day. Pre-  siderit L'esflepps made a repoi f in which,he  I tate'd.!' tii af IB "eT.-I) i re c torfco f ��������� t b e c 0 m pan yih ave  ���������ri<iIntention of selling to any. Government,  and that tins :an *i traffic is greatly increasing.  The receipts.,,during7Januarv-anil February  amounted to<21.000,000 francs. ,;'.;'  London; March 13~Murphye" .the well  known anti-Pqpery���������lecturer, is,dead... It:' is  beReved-bis1 death wat/Vi-vaned by- injuries re-  ceive'd at the ha/ids of the m,ob vihil* nc was;  d'eKv eririg a lee lu re some time ago a t; ���������! Wh i te-  hall. ' ��������� ' ,���������'���������.���������;."- l%  ��������� The,Queen has approved off the! gran"fc- of a  pension torthe widowof Mark Lemon.', ���������:   .' .'  Tbe proprietors of 'newspaper and job offices in Loudon are endeavoring to break up  tae various Typographical Unions in the city,  aud'<a strike ^f ������tt������upo^iio?a in ������ onsequehc* O'*  this.movement h imminent.  c:<Marafiltest;Marcti^'~Miri  a"powerful speech In^ anpp'ortr of the,bit! for  penalties against 'aim International Society,  which be declared was a standing menace  -'(6 ��������� Eiirof fea ii^i'tilgl:; Jiiiei: Fa^re ��������� op posed ii'tlie  bill at first clause, m.dting membership a  cri'mmal offence:y The bill was adopted uy a  vote of 501 to 103. , J..-,,   . .^  Tliierss Was censen ted to'Ved ucelhe army  contingen t fi'Om. 4(>0,000> to. 44Q;|)0(l^men,  tliereby bavingl0,000,000%ancacto:the-cc^  -London: March 14--In the House of Lords  this evening members asked lor.production  of-Secretary 'Fish's'reply to Granville on the  ���������Alabama claims.    \  ���������-      , ��������� ���������������       _"'���������"'  Gladstone said a dispatch had been received' by Grauville, but*Was not yet commuQi-  cated'to.-UiH Government'.       .      }y}  The,:li.q.use ofyCoriunoris went into commit  tee on^tbe Ballot Bill, and several amend-  mentsrwere discussed 'and rejected:Xl yj x ���������  ��������� Paris, March M���������It is reported that Thiers  yesterday 1 gave iprrnal notice lo England of  the renuimiAtion b^ Fr^  treaty between>the^two cpuntrit������Si  The Prince and Princess of Wales departed  frorii tliis city, for Nice to-day. ���������.   ',; ".%      1  f Loridfm;^arcb ?ii���������In * the trial *��������� of Tich-  borne for perjury a large number of wit:  nesses are expected -to be'vbroiipt f<)rw^  by,rth.e:p.rpsecutipn^  to the/Tichborrie estatesiavArUihr GrUmv^'It  is repor ted tb a t de tecti yes h a ve arr iy ed; Sfrbm  Australia^with a wiirraritjior ihe^ arresftrit Or;  ton" oh a charge of murder, - 7 ��������� y:y2- :\  'Portland. Oregbni 3farcb"*13-^The^ Bailing  o^theySteamshipyGalifdmia <has::beeri ^osti  poned till to-morrow morning in .accordance  with wishes ofyflour 8htppers; as they expect  ^rders^by "telegraph'}$ from Sound ports- arid  Victoria. Prices have been recorded down  fivr f- flb' 11 r: M i Hers and' age.ri ts ha ve p u t price  down 25 cents per barrel. ' Extra''Standard?  $6 ; choicefcountry brande^'fS 5(^ to>$5 75 \  in trade, $5 25. * -   '.:' * -   -   l'  . ,- News was received-yesterday of the;death  of .Joseph, Hotiiday, "youngest; son of.Ben.  Ho 11 id ay. He; d ied irif Hongkong on the; 12th  of "March.       _ "y ';  ' ; '  New York, March 13 -The Times saya 'the  Jeieetion/of, the new Board' of Erie\Dl fee tors  a);d;-,the electionr of Din to the (Presidericy.  ^ijlrestpre; confidence in American % enter  prises, and consequently result in an increase  oHheresorirces of the country;; ,   ,      ,   :  .CGUNTy;-COURTy  (Bafen-H'.  vBallf Esq, Gold Commlsiioner and  Cuunty Court Judge*) }}}-"'> -���������'���������., ���������;���������     v \  .,,; y   '  .       , ' Rrcn.prKLi), March [IS; 1872;  F. Neufelder vs. D. Nordenburg.-^Judgment summons for $462 55.1. ^Settled out of,  ^C^r|||yy|������^:yyvi^  , Malaumont, vs. :Miss Punchitas.���������Suit for  .J26i; balnn6^y}dne^:������^ofQ2-:j)efen|ant��������� did:  riot appear.; Plaintiff-proved debt:"to amount'  of.$17- 50.  .-Judgment by  default forHhat  ;arriQt:mtf^  week. ,,,  ...:;���������. ���������Hn38pu;s"^Bayr^  Ellison.���������Judgment summons fory$34 50.  Mr Park-objected to Mr Byrne's appearance  in consequence "of. Ms position-as plaintiff in  if!^ t-tiii- UUej^iln^ with hy dnt^j m 0**put?-  Gn^iitf end a^ an officer: of t\w Com (.."Mr  Bymes^claime/l^o appear for m'mself briber a  document purporting to be. a transfer of. the  original judgment. The Judge said,it ap."  ^eaied hy fc ruminons 2hn\*h& s������scd as m  agerit. and if be 'cII1 mea ������in^������r, u tvhnsf������r of  judgment,.that would'give'.him ?������.', right to  appear hut simph/ ta,clans' liiol re.ceivo th������  jy y>n}<% Yiwyah mmi ly pros^cut d in  te name of ih������ 01 ?ginal pUiiuijt ^ny^aypt  stiFumon^ disused. J     "��������� y   .       ' ���������  Siddall rx jPlbson��������� Pal\' io: 120  for services rendered) in-' dentistry'or^- lOth'-March,  last.* Judgment by defatilt-'Tor full'.amount'  am 1 5 ryt? r To &e p vi in Vym Myi  ... (*..Byrnes!vs/-P. Ganttiu���������J-ud^ment ^Bfi^  mobs*forr������269'8S^   Defend ant on  examiria  tion .said 'that -he had'* no.money."1' He-had  heenh working for y������Q Albert, who;'had a cou-  tract frotc^ toe Forest Rose Co., to repay him  f6#fttioney^ igrubyy^Hadypne  claim on\Slata creek, Omineca;' of^ uncertain  val ne. of w hich he ^ did n 0 i k n y th y n ame.  There was no mortgage on the interests  Wo.uld.go 19 Peace river if ���������,he could raise  money m High The Judge 'said the judgment mVist; not be treated lightly.-"'He must  make an effort to get work and pay the judgment, otherwise ihe "'Peace' river trip might  be' spoilt:. The delendaritprofes^nga^villing^-  ne.������s to pay ns soon as he possibly couldi no  order was made.  -r   / '-' **;   ^  MINING INTELLIGENGI.  :XX''ylWy^'^^^-^^y'"-' 1' 'y'yl y'-'yl  ' .The Forest Rone en li? W'^lvin out a ron ���������  tract to cut a ditch ,Mf-y ; s>  y.yy2mn$io \  their new shaft.   ������yd. of. the;: com puny '-are   ���������  Peking , arid paying mors thyn.expenses, tyrt'  the cnnipany is mainly engage d        Uiuiding  a shaft and engine'hpuseVnd otherwise preparing for the com!h'g'aeasonV'riperiitioha;-^  ^^C^mio6i<yime}A224iioz. , for'3l#tHt  week's run,1 and,expect"lo. do beMer.'- -The In-'   '  ner^ale;c^paidi,wfigcs^  ��������� '''y. 2' Xy.; X},y ��������� thk ^iKAi)dws> 2222r^X y. y'';  ��������� ;L"'-'V"1'   "ii'v-f " '-.yy-'. ���������':.'. :'*:���������-;--'���������';' ���������"';"' y.v-'.'  ���������'��������� .."-'"��������������� -iy   'vv- y:$~k> '- '*i-/'' i1 yy' 'y^y.-y- -."*-��������� -^v.^ &��������� ���������.'���������;-������������������:'.','"��������� -  ^:'--;:^,La^:'^'^^rt^c<lt  ing in<bed rock for abbritteii'days ton^fe  fore commencing to drive for the channel.'  ���������:'': v' t'' / ]-- rp.';:-y :^.- J ^f :i ^ /r;;-^Ko w aii Kf^ck k e kV^ : ^\;''; :> lV;i ^-; g;:^ *;;^^ ^y:>;.;;_;:. >:  ^Tbe-iBlack-Bull co. contiiriifea'takiriiirout  dirtjind piling H$itfe e^ei^jpros^ct ofIhav^  ing abigwash up^h^ictoria: "pava about  expenses.���������Th.e Drown" co. paid about, ex.1  Sensesyla3t' week/'��������� The- Russell csof is doing   >  the^Bamei^he.>Cala>ei%y ihe  contract fbr������ the conliuuationn of ������tl^ir drijit  tunnel,to Calri^!Co,., ,       jyAyv   :-Y  yy     22    uoHT-N-isfa.cREfiK.'. . . i '2yy  yrThe Eloven���������of England jmve;drifted-'130"  feet (from their shaft, and, expec< to br^ak"  ���������thrbmrh the ;i*6ck at any, time.���������The Aurora'  Co.;(-Wintrip) bottomed theirshaftari'd'driftfed^  >eross the channel,:taking therefrom upwards '.  of 12 oz.   Theicjaimiis.expectedtoib'e.ricb.^.-  The Lighlriing 'co.' washed', up ,117,,"'02; last  w^ek.���������The   Eldorado' 66 lfere '^oingyrell.  making over  wagea-; '    /    \V  >LATEB9FrId.ayv,,E^eow  kBMmtkoX Ji pMyipu red.ay# MM ^X;6sXXB &X  mykowyfMo  ;>VateV&ie-0  ovei  extJenses.���������The l5pruc������ 'co,' are mtf^  finished tnio then drain.tunnel. ' The X$mX  .co^armtaking.iOHt payi^:' v X 2y I ���������". 'yyyyyXy: .���������;.  < yy2 >.'���������>-      fy  v . y -^'-'Vjack o^clu^'Orekk;^ "���������"' " ":;-:  The Two'Sisters/washed up  latiinoonxon  Thursday;'and,.obtained'3U-oz;tO'<tbVee'get*, ,  ,of . 11 riib3ly,. they ground Slookirig)iiiosfciifav8f-; '  able;~11ieDiscc)yei"|- m baveid^ftefdfl SIKfeet    :  a c ross the' cliad pel;; an d :haye; \ fan nd % iUe2Xm    '  on the west' side 'ofthe cha'Oiiel. ; TNj/wIll  sink a -blind ' sharVwith* Hhe^ expectation" ''of,' -  ghnm: *hf ^imymiyib 01 p^yuXv ihy ub  Tiv������   SU'i-is are working^iipon.'^The'vTwo  SieiS'bc*'  waMhed np,!f>5io^ lmyy2} :iy  '       *  ,.    [?ms^cn%myyy2X2 <2X: t  *>* The Ambrose co.yrTfaecbrit^actori������ running ���������  %hmd with 4he tunnel/iand bed-reck is expected 'to-be struck m'abbut 150'fet-t'-  t    ||H|iifi ycryuy  ' IV CuroLiii^ ce, ������?y :yM' rhkiQF.   tfy,  Minnehaha co., whict ha   b'e< << paying iriclfly1/'  bad SO oz. for the fat two daya'bf. tfae'week.'  -The .foster co. have let a-contra^ for'8600.  feet of lumber.      '. ":1  I)ENTisTi^.~Dr: Siitgajli '^--lU Viait^an wijokjie  professionally on Saturday, tbe 23d inst.,, remaining there that day and the next, for tlie  accommodation; of parties in that  locality  who may b^ileairous'of: availing theriisejves  oJ[ his^Beryipeso This wiif be the last .oppor-  tiinityltheyliwili hatvev:6'f^"d6ing::46fi^fbii  place,'; ��������� - ^.>-;- "  .   ;.; *     ,,.. - ^ - '   l ;       *  [  BURRARD INLET.  'Burrard Inlet, March 13���������There are four  ���������hips here loading with lumber and spars for  .fbreignvpprts-^Australian China and  Sand-:  wich Islands.   Five more are expected very  toori* and there is every prospect of a busy  ySeaflpBy '���������.;"������������������;';,���������.���������''���������:';>:.;.'��������� ..'������������������",   '���������'. 2yy y.2yy2X .  )  Burrard Inlet, March 15,^-Arrivols-^Brig  Robert Cowan, to load lumber for Sandwich  Islands}  steamer  Grapler  from   Victoria;  steamer Union from New Westminster.     ' 2 ;  .  A man was badly hurt yesterday by a plank'  falling on him while working on board ship.  ;.;" [."���������'��������� VICTORIA.-^ ���������: :^}^  Victoria, March 15-rYesterday the Assembly passed to a third reading the bill to accept the Canadian "Tariff. The bill is now i*  the hands of the -Governor, and'"oiilx,waa&:  ;7 UNITED STATES; j  San Francisco, March I_2���������The flags at.the  Italian Benevblen\ Society's rooms and at-  various other parts of the city, and shipping.'  are 8ying :to-day att half-mast in respeci of  memory;pf Gazztetie; '2X2  .: San Frap^ Dnnlevy;  of Soda Creek, B.C.; .arri ved here tli Is evening  Vhe-'8te^h&^ Victoria  at 3 p.nr 'jo-riiorrOWi X'X2.  The b rig Kitly Cbburn waa: sojjd by the U.  S. JlacBbai 1 at .'..the-; Merchari te Kxcbarigo to- ;  day for $14,750; ���������BurdellBros/were the pur.;  chasers.,;   "     . 2, t ���������; iy.^v;-;;!'.;. .���������'������������������ ;i i.���������' .*:;- -y 2}} ���������<���������;.'���������;;, -j  Port jiii Prince, March 12���������President Leget  is growing; very Unpopular. Five men who  recently attempted to leave the capital;;have  been condemned to death. ;y \y  Coriiino, .March.:--'12-7-The; raiiroadvis reported all Hght aiid in.good stiape; between  Chicairo ;arid: Ogderi: Trains from- the East  am red from the West-12 t6 If boui^ late;'";.,'  (Bar2Cari),s; iJExpjJKss left -on Sundkyl 10th  Inst., carrying the mails^an fexpreas^and the  following passengers: John Smith,;William  Harris/:^ai-iesJBlariey,;J^  Betsy Bakery to Yale ; Mr James A..Mabood^  tp; 150-miie post;vand Mr F.- Neiifelderj to  Quesnel. Gerow &: Johnson?s Express left on  Hameday.y yy Xt.' y- ��������� y; ���������;/;��������� t ry ' ��������� ���������'}-..":  Thk TKLKGRArH.~-The ; telegraph line ia  now in good working order to Vancouver  Island and San Francisco.  jRiCHl^,nTbe Ligh^uiug co. bad 130 oz.  jip tojThuVaday of this wekk.   ���������' ������������������'���������;;..; Xy  ; Tuk RoADs.7~-Slolgliing still continues good  to Quesnelmouth. ;  i ,;^^H W.-; :R A l h ROAD S T ORB '^g  (nearly opposite the Government Assay,  Office, Ba rk er y i 11 e).;~Tfa is s tore has been  opened by Mr C. A. NoUemeier in connection  with his store in Victoria, with the largest  arid best assortment of boots and shoes ever  brought io-Cariboo. He has introduced a  novelty in-the form of warm Winter Boots  for both ladies and gentlemen. Leather'and  ;S^^tndit^i'uaiid Groceriea are also kept  on ha n d.; '���������*��������� Boo ta made to o rd.er, from b e^l ?  materials, for $15 per pair. K<������p:tinrig riea'Hy ���������  4o8������. .'- ,*'.'.        * "'      " *  '    ���������      V     HARVRY' CREEK/    '      '     yit''\  ,. Black Hawk co.���������Feb; 27���������Recor^ed' In  favor ofi FrediixLittler, James MAllen; Jotiu  Triplets JohpiBellf?W..H..Woolcock. R.:Coh-  way, Joseph Portniaii; seven creek claims on  Harvey creek; co ni in en c i n g; at the lip per 1 iiie  df'theiFoster co. and'running upw stream- 700  feet;:to be known as ihe^Black Haivk Co?  y Victoria'; co.���������March i^Recorded in favor  orj/KToddL-i!ttte^tB;\T.,L.'Bri|^y2obff  JamOB, Daniel: Miljsj-a.nd Wiiliain Wihterbji^  torn, each two interests y James F. Ford> Stephen FelioW^Geo: Isaacs, arid Sam, Walker,  each one in lef est in" the Victoria Co.; rc-  ��������� record -yy i ��������� \ V; ���������: XyyX' yXyyX^x^yyyyy^y:  ��������� "''. i#i    ;;.;..., (.XEiJsox crekk.*��������� yyyyy Xt-\>-.  March ^rrR^br^  gari t one hill' cl ai ni on . Nelson -, creek,vco m-  mencing at P. Guigan?fl cabin -'and running up  stream 100 feet,   ,;"'-' /-"i':'--2Vt\ v*= '2{:X '\ ��������� ,  '���������-..'     , , ,y    . - 1 y.?'" ,.t=.', 1'.....-'., :'������������������'������������������ {vr-Vi  *   t.KHlf N'IN������ CRKRX.'! ' ' ���������  Eleven of Erigbind co.--March"6���������Recorded  la favor of James Hdckingj' two interest^.';  Jo b n G;l ass. Etc hard -ftp w I ing i* Thosw I'earse ;"���������  Thos. Steph ens, Hngb Phil I i ps,.,J.0lm A. iteat^  J bseph Pen ber t by, Joh n Ste veris, ea cb on*?  in teres t; Ch a rlea Ro we and; Jariiesi "fiicha rd r  each one half of one;'-interest in E!evcji of  England: co., being a re-record of said cb;V  creek claim.-'.'.. .,.���������.,- .v.!:. 2..y2y.r^y-:yyyyr.  .-':[ Now���������/.is Yotfft Timk.���������SoMKTniN'O .,._  the first false teeth over set? 111 Vu lean\te \fi  Cariboo can be seen in, the .pentist's !wtndow.  Barker villa, ft is Uie latest style^ of wearing  iiilse teeth, and Is very easy an d corner table,;  and soy cheap that it Js within the reach of  all2- Parties can--in0w be acconimbdated iii  all brancbes o>f J>entistry, 11 p to;tbe.yl0.tii day  of A p ri I ncx fc, t at Vic torJa pr^fcea. Then  good-bye old Can boo. ;/;���������;,  ���������'';' y '  All persons indebtedJwill please settJe their  j accounts at orice feo,fiaveVcoBt������; \atftl-aiiy' ������I^l  j having bills against  the undei|fgued will  I please band Umm iirior pav^neritj2- Xyy^y. ;  j������������������ ��������� J"'IV ^iuda 1 .if/.yHantis}. '  1 . jBarkcrviJle;;B.a. March''-'Mffiyy.  mW$S*yy  mem  ���������y������m  ..yi^^ey  yyy} s  y.y^y,      1  l:    1  ���������i' . 'V'"-'  yvy  ��������� Sit'ijf.il.-." ������������������r���������'���������'������������������' - -���������>'-  WllalJ FAMILIES.  71  .-,-���������-��������� Cnrioiifily enotiffh 3ve fi ad. in our excltn nires  at ihe^ftttne;J.irae,ftecoun^.of^^tx}^if������ roily lit  y>f vo������m jig ��������� jlCmm ty '& ��������� Fen neyl vit n iaV Vand ;Vofr jrf  ^^jovisebphl in -Euerland ?.khV>wn as} the p'^NortB  sh afed ",tiy* a 1 it ter pf p igfl :an d a. n umber d f  few t?������ wh o aviijby: far! tb e .< cleanest; of ���������"its"; in:  nfiaiftt^rj^i-,'������������������.ti.-.v*>i -*:v :'r V;':';;.-;^;'';;';'-.'������������������'':";y^-'.V  ���������'ivy   . ���������   .*.-���������*- "   .   -   . -v.-      -.���������������������������   ������������������-���������    ������������������-������������������������������������   ������������������������-.���������      --   .... -    ...        j  y! Tiionouowiy v Skx^tiwat^A vpjul>l fch'ipg,  !fra tasvtecen fty?rect,ired j ft&foU 0!i&Uifc :felkr?  ;tk?f;lire- ^siti^6n1yr^lo'ta:o^ T H?   w RS?* *#  f-s -- j ?_. *-. i *������-A hj J r y:; 'y ?'..; _k''.  .a ���������V vV��������� ���������*-.'������J" the tl h n ve wri t ten ,a- ne W .rd rhma co'n sisti n p o f  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, &cn  ���������������������*!  (igljlp ^gstraorfHnax^  ��������� *ii1^aml-dUcrihort ,afr."a walking  Yo ti rpj'tr es p e c tf j i 11 y. h���������,- ;' ?  y'<vj-(  jsaynp^sy  *ton, oMt ff-*?? old"op forty   r^w,  of^yory*  jC^bdTllhr^  )'^h>lf- IbjpSfuilplf by *f pfeej l|. ��������� $$$^������y������. ,, T/^\^ey._,John Heu^l^^  "! Yhejnsfmc ,oi barljarJana forrindolen'c mid day admonij>][������in^one of \\U] ^Xpi yu lIm  /./IHfh ? '���������tS^ak^iy-is m/.tbtrbiooil " ������<������ we aivMsin^fMnteniperiincp '^MunjJjohn, yon {should  ~ -to Icl.* ^An elder brofh������nv by rrIght of pnWXi  } 2X nltsi re ji? e si j j *f j # e: 1 ? vet! ������ Ij .!< 0y/������ n of fe r,_ I) 1,- '  fI y;>r?H. b 11 r 1*j"!do h> ������ ,cn b?r T ElSpi;|mlp;a:g:  y;l\o-^j>ff\ i;isingjn i,*vth'e .sc&te of'-beinjr.^ an  ^ Jf or m er lyy tbey; regard ed i a n y > co rii pro mi He - wi i\\[  ^���������oiviljaaiion in a footah 4con*ce&sion^ fb stnnid.  ,       ,   tlOUR;   ENVELOPES        ./  ;'yv-^���������^v^���������y--i^:fv-yy:'���������:^-���������;yv^  '   "Properly Stamped,rare noWi^diiccd^toy 1  12 1-2 Cents eacH, or $10  ,,    .for 100.- !  < r >;  1 >!  /���������JtflSCEDLANBO'OS.:  j ������������������������{������������������  *���������-Our-Agents at-wayplliqes' uso all'diligcrice. in', feeing1  jthUt/ le tie rs are j) Win p tl y iforWafileU to pbiii ts b ey tiiid.  M$ Tegular,HtageJTuutcs;*y;���������- r'>y <:tyiy:-'-> lyyyyyyy,  -y wi? ��������� ^ ;.^_ .y  .<^,'^>- rVj B^iiXAiu>. ;-  1fi^ly^"'OaMboo:aijd  lW^W'������:^:;:^ySi^^  * A JB '*>. 5J>. ���������* ���������t-r I -y '-. :' ������������������ -���������:.' ":-; ���������;-. ��������� A . 'f ������������������'  fui-w..  nu  3;yyyy  ���������^p'rejudicesr : SliUit",mnst'b,fcj*adroitteii thercjis.  :-y ���������<yysyj.i-'rp v ;y^ yy yMvy t.., .?--,%'---  y.*y . ,< .-...^ ���������- m','-,;  / PlS?!;'^^0^-' fOJg iwjprov(eraen,t. asjwij 1 <*-ppe'n r  2ivnn the foitnv it y  ^s.T'p^vii m jlvir h-d i s':  :inid;custorhsv,wh^  SSIiiii������ II   III l] il :  j,;. >4 urTlie, on fcasta:kffo,wa ,ns the.-*vNorrtr'pevbnl  t;S������yft^s-^iJiwero>  t'-p\\ lilie --; ft bticp'^ % ^ ^Ihe :��������� cl.ei^yra" aViV^'n % w'liosli"  ^parish^tlieyTeside  ,:eon������spon^  neve&J drink sVtxef-p^^u'hen-^YOu^fi  dry.'?'  /'"WVJ1 'Hi -:?: ouoih J(n������iL " th^i's'Vbdt'I 'am'  doin?; ^or Iam nevet docken-d/' .,  "' J  " 2  yy  MISCELLANEOTS:  muy  ( ] y  ', i     v  [V;H?l^e jXX j(i(yX-XXy9yQX)XXyX21 e.i^ r--  l 1 2< y   ,'fior tit f -ti      1.0 tut,    fn\ 103 lit -rr, s\ >km,:  j-abiiit-:iualcei6ubhcth61lact>that '   '-' "!'/'!r  ''r,t  ipubl  ^Moses/'HairvIrivigorator  wrrir^RE^EN^^^nr^Es^^vW^. u -' 222-- yy2*'-  \    hSE?T0llF, 'HAIR, I'll \T 'Jd,BECOMIXO T0IN :.,  in- ^^���������'-���������^:^AT-ifiiv-6fo^Fi,::^vn ;'-'y  .   - GUKlil'S^KFjKVDANPHUFFy"'" '-:.'  , ^ ;i'3i       5    '    ,  '"    2X    22X22X2"  'i'His j- po a inej i' a"=i?e! hon en m v j^arl s a*- l }m< e  4i n my, p(������sr;-f=inn jj iro' r ms tV^tunon iali< c^rti [ vi ng to!  .tlit -4iy;v%!.ryH nfiy rprn^fly. ; v'������"'> - ;i   * '  '   ���������'���������'' 1"  yyyy- >yyyy ;yCEKVpiCAVB'.'?^^yy-A';'yyy 2.}  2 Tl vis U tVi cer ^"s fjr.tbfft; (j su'j n sr ? a������t" f.ju in i; rn y fi air  ^va^^rapjojyi'fhlUiiV ounahil *my. h;ca>lnv,is fast becbm>  Uarkhrvj jlfti who. 3ii a ie w. :week������:re^tore,^ :ioy ..hair ...to  rits'TV>fnitfrjieaItlfysMlvv ���������'f��������� vv *'PAVIPGIBB^'Si;  pre11 f lt hii rcVfof,,Nym/ j ' Ko w ] a nji, i n  Noi th  J)^yoiic    The   iryy-yi   cannot   i������   /yl^y]   i  yfatnily���������consisted  :^ {^li^Mbmivn'^w.hjO i pas'sesj-ia-si'hjs ;wifei^",-tneifrelilv''  ^5jin|f #omesV,;-a^boy of ^four^en/an'd" two or j������������������tn "��������� ^-^h~^^-  three infants.    The relatione of these  last fo  yeacli othervfrrid (-t^:.JLoe^old)ii'Qoi).le a re ;i n vo I v i d  in most hideous  myst^r-v.'    Vnr foriv.-'venrs  ���������y.y,yyy-yyy--'-'yyy.;y':y"y. - ���������������������������'���������;,"i-:.",- ���������:"-y'r~":T'\- ���������'������������������'. '���������'���������- ���������:.  ���������-~    ���������"'������������������n-i-. ::-~--    -:" ���������' ���������[  : these   wretch y ..hav.e-lived .in utter isolation];  r. n oi, j i n 1 y. n\n nni 1 n jj . biit. v i o k������ n 11 yy repel'l i ri }r a 1 j  ^h^i(na/������'t,inki omsrsty vtNo *one*but themselves  "-lis-as'a rule allowed'to^'enie'r���������tlieir'sq.uand pre1-  i ������o:ncls.; 2} ^ <������ ilj  ksokin^, over ; the . fenco a '��������� a ifVrue,siippIy.of  ���������^o%efi:fftol^fai7n.er^ '-"grT'"   'J'   '''J    1   "il.-:i''''������^  ';'occasfcp lifeen<fijlv.nearly 'to death by .the: elder [t' Ml0ymMl^mO%fim  ^HSEiStECEI^ED:  m  Cheii ton and his* worthy son;   'It is a f a von' e  .,'diyersinn-of tbisllittle?a-scetic to- t;,let fly'with  im jrun^:at any'person1 who>  hy accident or  ���������ofht^v;    ;j i   \d h !^    privacy., EvenJhejV;  'jm J.ljpVjo? tjie^tribc a^^njii^-|in/^ i;ece.^ s  '.or^mijv jlen;: ti ne?c pecjetd ly . (o j pelt; Ihe way -  ^irer wilh brtek.s and ol her un pleasant;'mis:  4-piles-   Tiieii* hatred'of 'the'**parsoii.f as.yiey  y-calj "the* rector of -the panslC^js pni^icUlarly  ��������� intense* "rind' wHen^be passed:byVtheir^atCiou  ylii ^yreinrn fr fiin /��������� hie wed d m $41\ p,ciji e on ti re  ff^ribe assailed tlmhtippy couple with .1 he most  W^^H^y^^-f^nties- ��������� 1 n short, itheihmft&ot  5itlie������eyljeyoiiglu>eyjshinaelrtes. ai^ ; airainst  J^������ryfriuimmi4<it8^  able (\)i*bertranc������lliff-^th������t-Ihca.l ".uiif borj *iea: that' I       '  ���������ffiofyy^theiXdwe11\ng2mydescribed.;-by- tlie ',r'l:i"'  cCijvyetyQXi d^n t; 6 f tli e- Lo nd o iv To I e������ ra ph as d'f  . the: most .wretched depcrip tion,.." Itc is ��������� al ih osl ;'.'.���������  'fy^2f^v\^^^p^^tp feet .wide, and ifs-i|  /tur^bfJmbtl; ai^rjpse^ileSiand are very thick-?\  '"&yi0n\f2}oi 'hoIes,:;;:;.-T;be;% tht^e serve  ���������^iyqob^ are closed with  ;lHindles;of:iHtii^y straw.^ Around the bo rise is!  a qitaj*mire of���������-blackiiiodv the floor-U of in\i!l  and: the wt^  i;a 'vestige:-.of .:-/.������������Wtiiro iti". Mi^.-^ plqioe..-, =.n-pd -  .only: thing in tlie f way {'if a>be'di is a pile of f'V-y  foul fttrawinone cot'neivreekinjwHh friex- ���������  pr^6ibje.nieue8a^ This ^hoita liabTtatio'ii is I haptm'  ������1:  MAKE\THE"}i^T,f,TiM^!''/ '? 4":/^Jt"j'  '-^RIVE'TH'E BE?T'STQGIv,!   V Vi   i  :^i^l':i>;usB4THfen.BfeT:^  ^--- ���������  - ��������� -��������������������������� ������������������  -  I \ '���������^'iJwMv ;3fxl ILK % l l'Xl\  *Mu-*y ft }^fy ---y<yyiyy.:y-yyyy- ���������yy!y:������y y^yy.  yyy MX.'' y 2 {,"22 X2y 2yXy2y. yy. yy 22y jU^'hX"  yyyy;, y^y ������������������ y yyy; y yyyyyyyyyyyy -yy. ,yy-.; yyyyi ���������;  S^'y'yffii:;^  ;;^J^;:'REMi  n'v  TrAyell^rs ��������� bv/Hie   FAf>T rLINfeSA^E  FltOArfWELVEiTd TWENTY-i^ILAliS  hy{ not  kdrering^ as, other lines do,/ouMhis;  r ba d.    r   ' ,;   ':;.,;'       ,y yy yy,, ��������� ,  :iW  FyJf BAItNARiD.  y^iiy  CARRYING    HER    MAJE5TY;S    MAILS.  >:TH|yy-'--;v:.c,v:v:-iyx-vi-:y'vy,,yyu  ,    Will, leave Barkerville ... ;- ..y  ,  yyyy20G  2 The FLORENCE is the best Sowing  .Machine :lof^FarnHj^\i&) becauie 'It;  ^������o!seiclom gets btit of^rclerri'ifftfitfra,  ,y-^-,"ii - ->y.'.^-..ifi sj'#.''.������.   n*if '*t*-i*ii;fer   'io-!   iUlw''  ' Is'bn* not '^working* well ?W|  OREGON, 'vjf^.. ���������;,������������������.  ���������Iv'k.  yir^VJyyy  :ALASKA^  :!���������  ^'���������;;tyJv 'J'y-1  K%^ ;^B;R0I:SH^CQ;1IUWBI^  v;V"WEJeito;^"'-;- ^?,; -xxx  Or.CHINA, if Informed of it, I will  y,n "it without-Miiy'S-expense to th*  f 7 0wner.-.-i> ���������'-' '��������� '      ������������������ *  ftyi;  ; Ho. 19 .Montgomery/Street, (Bouth>  -   '        GRAND HCTEL BmLDlNO, V  y.i yyr: ,my %:yyy.t yy. yyyy  yX^y  'ylW$-������&-f')kyyyyt&c,b'Xp&i*2������yy 2'  'X0y2llily^^  ^:" Sejnd|for^;Cjrcul^ri  .theworky/Activ^riAgents^^wantfd' -ini*  every place., XX2  R. BEAVEN,' Atfent.' -  jelO fim. ��������� "J" ,��������� 2 V  ���������   Yictoriu. luG.  >Syyy}2 y;yyyy'y  :}"3t --^LADiES^AND^GENTlM ;  ^BOpTsf .shqss:aib^.sijepers;!  f.!#j0aSfrjNew Goods?will^be;\receiyo04very  week;jduring-;the; jgeagbrU *j$tfyX y<---222XX -;.  OF THE BEST QUALITY;'   ;"  Ex^r^ss5. -and/Stage 'Xiiie  , ,_: 'CAicniKS y-    y   ���������   i  ';    "    :.  lkTTEBS/''TRti\sliR/^^ y:.vs ���������'..'  ?M ;" ^      EXPltES^^KEWHT .AMJ.PASS^NCJERS  ���������;"'-'' AT^;R-E I>JJ--CrE;D;-; RATft&l*'!  ; j^^sCollrcthm^ Com!m>sf������ins a n<bGeneral .Express  busineps;'*lfaio"with punctuHliiy;aiHl ^li^patch^yUy  y 4������? Onicool the Carib<������i 'A^imfiV^nt: -, ;��������� y yX '    !  ;.,i y. y ��������� - ��������� ,   -' >*���������   ��������� |DA.Vlb KURTZ^'STdiKK,   f - -  yap39 yyy vy-- t^'-'- y^|y>- -���������/���������".;>;   ���������Barkemuev :  ,,.    ,,;ySS  WORCES't.f.R'SH-fRE   "SA'-UCjE  ^j-^'a^'^.w!?..f.u*tJf*,���������'���������?v*s.jl.. yyiyiv--J   ���������>        ���������>>y.-.-' y  '-,>'" .,     -Declarpdhy.CiJnnoissourstb-bt vv|! :<<:  "le-  i&&%$&Wfis.  iNERSAOT:7BAPEKS wfirfincK^to^tlielr^iu  vantage to pu rebus ea. t:th i fc= 8 tot e ,wbi?re thf re'ls  For sale at the Store nf tbe 'iinde'rsljjrn^i.iti Barker  <4ho BankorBritishColumiJla;       >  .,...,.,:     ,w.. kbnhie.:  aamjuul  ]0MMISSIQK,:;STOEi^E,  til* J he wry bust '-dose rip I ion o'n ban'I, and the 'stack  c< jsi is tan t !y repl e n l.������h (' 11 by ne v n rr iy������ Is.   Th e pntjirle*  1 ;', tor ,w IJ1: s e 11G ooil s  ; AS CHEAP ABXNYIN  CARIBOO. ���������  Ord er is' p rehi pt ly lille d 'ah <I for w arded wi th d ispatch',    j: w: lindhard::  AND  Q-eneral Ageiicy,;  iiy'-iMimi^  Mercli aii i'l -Tailor  m *Gau.tipn ^gainst, ^.atxtl^^h^tieoeF^ul ii Is  triOSt delf6ievS5 a ndrA-:.uirtMventre C'Aidiuif li.U h|[yh^  cuhsed (urrtiifn (lealerMo;apply the naniV <H^>JW*'*'"  i<}r#li)r*//Sauce":'>h>^lv<3if.o,wn?inilrftfr'tiOfIipftunil?, t!'*,  public is hu^l^p-i^nlvTVif^I*^h"'|������rLi^ljvWT^-iyiti.* toi^nt-'  curetljejreiluli>.e;^iJ?- toy i^yf^^I  2'h":'2^i    ������  .iASKj'FOR.; L^v&^EkM^S^' SAWCE .  and������ty^o.Lv t Ui\.i,t^i^lri)iiii mc^a rj^upony he'.wifAri'Ht  lamWls , STiiVrKa"! a n il fiorri e .     d.   y;'; ;"  }iUyi t**r  :; Sume .I)1.1h a IV r,v 3gjiyjn^rk^ J iav$$^ l^ee.rVs?ujip).i������;d  w I UibV KpVS r i'tf u sLWevces t ? fsfif h Sn iVc I' .ii jion' tho'. iv rii )>���������  per a rid I a h t* Is���������������f. w 11 i c b tit en ?������i������ e ^ o I hen a nil Perrln 3  have inr-n.lsliod :11)ei r .c'^rreJ'ponil eiii si'jupjItl^l^tT:;; .f  atto'riiny,ti������.'t;!Jce I iik|������ iil! proce'e"������'1 fiV^'s? flj^ains V* JiA-%,r*  iFA CT.n a k n s~v ii 11 v k N BV! i? ������v <m fe ii b 11V' ������ r i'O������i'' ^> I li 6 r i m 11 a ��������� ���������  tloiifi by wii ItslVt lu; j i r Ygh \ hi a y^lve.infringed .yi ;y/r  Ask forrLEA &<^ sej  V; Name' .oh:;;^rappci> ,Lafce 1', -Bottle,; flaw  "���������Stb'iJiperr*,v*;.;.;.";��������� y,;^ ^La-^t-'U,yy jyyJ.  Vfhojesii 1 J* an ii ~f />re x jidrf ft y��������� tli e l������r'{-i.irb;torf,, ft'<T*  c vs te r ;0 rfrjkpV* li fi il BI a c k Aveil, I '.mi i I o i i 'i'"& <:., *& 9������) /* Vl ���������  by Ore-cere; n n ������iOi I mini; ii n I vi-r^aUV. -������������������ ^yyy' -V";v ������������������; '���������������������������  ng������  Miners^.P^yision ��������� Store,  ��������� -v- ^y'::.-;-v-;TBA;R.ivEiwiLLE;i' .f-^'*^;-,-  ���������''-.-,.'���������.   '-,   -v    : :Barfcemll*.  r  GOVERNMENT STREET, YICTORIA, J J.  .|TAS,05r.HANF>, AND TS COKSTANTIiV receiving; h  , 1.1 ������������������';'la r^* va sp������<r ti ijen iv ^������I ��������� - (^ LOTUS, .: CA AS! 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