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THE CA?MB0^'SEIff INEL  2:,y.'Xyy-Xyy--���������������������������-���������;'���������ryX:2y ���������/yyy:���������>.y-yyy'v'-ryXy:"j,yyy; -yy.,/-.-  'robeXt,  e(0;Llow;ay;.  :Subseriptionr5- ^  60 Gents per Week.  ���������j  /'���������������     ������; RATES^OFiADyE^ISI^.t;^yy_  For one s^u'trc;(bW 1 nch), ji rs11 ns'ertio/b', -��������� --'; $3  ^3,yc<_. yy.*> y ~ - - y* ���������'- ��������� yy- 'ono month. yi X2:y-'<i  Fortwosquares, firstinsertion,/  '     4 ** "''. one mon tbi - .-  :A^erits/f0 r ih e *' Cari'bid 6 S e htinel^X  Vfjn Winkle,-     ,   -  Qite/snolmouth,  i'So'da Greek,   / :  /Ciliiiton,,   i  ��������� v^x:-2--2 -yy}y  X Kfi^AYest monster,  VicWnay -  L.  !V Fisher,   -  Bean &#o^ yy' yy  ������G   Street,    * -  Mr J.- V. Lindhart   .'-i  Barnard^Kxpress  - -I    Barn a r dts''Express  " -      Barnard's /Express  .- .--J ;/y'*,dovy-t .- -cloy -  J oh ti Murray/..  ��������� -     -    y John/Col lens  '--"-';"    ��������� '     San Francisco:  '_ '" ,L-������    San Fivmcisco  : SO -Corn hii I/I/) ridon;'.:J3.p,j  'Ikia CARIBOO' SENTINSL  yy  a  'fX  ���������O.irris, Circulars. Post cab inin Frog-mi'imesfor  y,- Balls and Theatrical Entertainments:  .^^Rxecuted^itbiiea^  ��������� r ��������� ,y - ���������    ',    Terras moderate;. /  . ,.. .���������;,,--.  WIT1 HDRAMA������T> 01? IMPERIAL TBGOPS;  J\yeyjf\������n^  i fc 2 a f������** | ^.ji - j t s h ia f- h v\) &y,s to bp "the d hni ^* 1 o n  \ of a boii'l Ahich unitei ihem to England. 'We  e'/n .ippr������������fMah* ihe^eno.ttlon   ol/ oerro^usness  -nnd the nnuiffil hesitation which affect .a new  ������c*Mi'iiry  with  a  sparse .-popnlati.on ,anil^,r,e-  ?pVjirc'^'only  in ���������par.t-'developed^.b^Ttii'ffer:  ���������. ye-^vs of .gnuvth under ;:tntelap:ejrit is 6id<ten>  - 1������ emlxjtrk on. a^careeiCbf ipdeKftftderi^liieljG:  goeernment and self-defencev   The shock of  -fi'^paratlon and:qf a;siid������1en' plungeMnto new,  >d(ities an^/res^onsiBilitie^annnfc J>nft ��������� cause ���������  alarm  and  anxiety.   But .thafshock; sooner  or laterj. Sin st ! have ;;,b eon encountered ^ -.an.d<  tli-e Canadians would Iiave. Jbeen/, theylast  to  put fo t ward ��������� tlie��������� discred i t able, prete.xfc th atJ  th ey were" u n abl e to^del e n tetb^insel yes^ an d  were tlierefore unworthyw6'f sel^governinent  'Sn ch a line of ^argument wasiinde\?dad vancedJ  before tbe close of the American Civil; war "  ���������but the:reanlfc of?^hat/;grea|%|tragglePtan  aoriobgat %arious^collateralr lessons.- thatfGana-  -da; with/ its /euprmously leng&ned jrpnftier,  exposed tbrouglumt* its wljolelenjjth to the  at tack of a powerful neigbbo rd, co iii d' n o t b e  'defended witb sneceas-by British/arms in,the  -eventj of a war.,y 11 yas;iigreed by poitrlcians  of every: shade of opinion, b^Mr Rrifjbt and  by^ Sir Cbarles Adderleyi tti^t^th������ Canadian  frontier con Id not he protected against an in-  . msipn?from:Uie jsMe-of..tW������s' tXTpite^.SteU^yb^.  any force whictf En gland 'cool d'possibly send  across the: Atlantic, to repel llie aggressors.���������  The only hope of security for Canada lay evidently in th e organization of a, national force  in tb^/coloiiji and it Was quite evident from  the experience of the past that such a force  would never be organised so long;; as; Great  B ri tai n m fun ta i ri ed' a si ngl e -repi men t' i n prar-  rison or held a single fortress in Canada. The  Can ad ians them sel ves appear, to tie a ware yo I  tlie necessity of the ease/; and; when the:.pro-  p osal for a Confederation- of ; the ' Bri fish Col-  onies in Nortb America was brought before  Parliament m 18G7, the.adyantages.of a Colonial military organization were eloquently  urged.   But as soon as the Canadians bad  ob tai ned. a / Con federation of: the Pr p y i noes,  they showed no inclination either to give tip  the protection of the Imperial garrisons or to  commence the laborious task of ioimlng nn  coiildyriot b e expected^o-fbear' iti ucb ..Joriger  with; patience; accounts of tbe prosperity of  colonies fpr the defencef of which tbey wore-  pay ing; wh ile/their M lo w^citizens ^were Hin'i  triblitihg hiithin^to the military_jwv^rof the  Empire. : Accordinglyteven:tlie?|������)nsei:yative  G pvern'menls: of Lord Dertiyand Ifr Di$rael|  were/ compelled to' jnsist'upon' the gradual  j^effi'andShe^qner^  short-sighted colonists/this policy has been  carried out; the murmurs o.f the' discontented  havB^died 'away, the' colonisis are growing  .    ������������������   '������������������'- -������'��������� 22 ������������������-" v-y.:   'i'fi r;y >������������������-" ���������   yyvy^y-y'i  \ which  '2 American -versus : EyowsHy-Sksm'S^Thf  yyyyy 4y y? y-y-, ;; tyyy y yyy 'y;-y*y-y; y^  Southerners beat all the people I have ever  jiiartef of a century. I have beer- sent to bed  J..,:.... .....    y ..-.-J -....yy   ', y .y:x. ��������� ���������..   .     */���������;,, ..;..-,���������'..      -r-;-y:\*-y -   y:\V, y: ���������������������������.';'ii '/.������������������-���������-..    ������������������:���������':-'���������  ���������.very night at 8t6Jclock; p.m.,' just  ihe time  ?    -���������    V yyyy l.   yy i- l 2: s    -. ��������� ' " X X,.    ,  jont.ra?eOHSyprbceeding:o^-8ftnaing.;  iiSiifflishman to roost at such  an  unconscion-  Jabout early rising. However, v hen you are  \n Virginia you.must do as Virginians do. I  Iliad, nolens-volens,;to .become a .member^of  )ihe earlyyrearing and .rising association.  iStiiiil am::boond toyconfess I was, not always  J'1 up;f;tatlrtime.^v -Bufc.;ho^;sweet is.tbe.conso-  jlatio^a'affprded to-poor humanity"by:tho 'weak^-  in ess of good: men! - A wealthy gentleman  kt|\ying^ at y^il]iesburgri^hfm"F was ithere^J  imaii' wtio'.had'made his- Owiv way in -the. world  'and accumulated -a large -amount of^money.iri:  the process thereof���������lm d to be al most pulled  f6ut of bed in order to get lus breakfast. He  ywufiybotb^'f: weal thy and wisepJ arid.yot.-he  ^aid he had always been used to: going to bed  [late.and.getting; up,,late./^e.^cpmfqrfedi m^a,  immensely, aud Lfelt that, after 'allymy bad  jfiljigj istbablts^wferb p er ha p s n o fe - so/very- oad;  Ch arl es Lamb exp 1 od ed ith Co] d ad a ge,il. 11 is  1 :������������������-��������� ' '        ������������������������������������-������.,������������������     yy   ��������� -2 ���������������������������'������������������.    -yy     :K::f   ? ;. '     =>?    7l  ithe early bird - thafc^oatonesi tho worm," by  showing that' the worm;- was in; fault ���������lor  obming out so/early. .While^on thisysubjectj  liiay ?jusV.say/ that ma rvy ^rtifericii ns ��������� h a ve a'  preposterous way/ of 1 eng th e ni ng b usiness  lib ti rs.v -Lawyers"' a n ct mere h an Is star fc. say. a I.  7 o-cloclc in/tlie rabVning, a.nd;-i^^ortuntil  7/in'.'the/yerenirig/./Ciu.: bono?:;/,They:wast^;  li oii rs in the "d ay and s.,w(l li n g ah d gossip p ing  ias eal I e rs co ni e ;i n a n (t; tl J ey eal I ou t. A: L o b -  man wlip sticks to his busi ness from 10  to -I gets Uirough; far more/'wor^.. ;/.Buts their  :it is: so':/ pleasant^ io .keep! oifefa/ ofiico^open  from early to late/and1 feel "good" for so  ���������doiiig! Here I may say. the;'p.ppn"..despised  m i bjec.ts of a h E ngl is h ������in on a rcl 1 y w o'ii 1 d not  ;s ii b mi t' to the I o n g h u n rs o f b it s i ness w hi ok  the !* sovereigii poop le of tlils grea t Ecpubiic;:  aecepts as a matter of course. The early  cl ost ng aasocia'lio n m n ee tied in America, ior  the-duration of- labor /exceeds all reason. I  k no w no in be rs o f a to re- keep e rs who open a i,  5 a.tn. and c 1 ose at 11 p,m. This syst.em pvo-'  duces li smart", automic niachines, but it under m in es true mauho o (L It acc.iuaulales do 1-  lars.and destroVSvthe higher Ufa in,man. Let  tlie: Association iii Liidgate Hill try to/teach  B r o ther .1 o na th a i i the e rr o r of b is w ays. Man  sii all no* live by bread- a lone���������I Loiter to the  Luitdon Nonconform\������Pm  ������>,->,*.,'.,,. j-..,-  ....-..,,..-.. .-...yy" yy2yyyyyy:yy:yWyyyy2yyxyxy;ii  "0mmikionlMM^&Mi  _ yy *   *.     '    >', /UH^'- '; s<'v ,y /-   "*i yy  ;    ;-' . 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B-ope. y /.������..���������.. -  > ������������������  ���������'     ���������.. ���������  ������������������ - ������;.- - ��������� '��������� - -  Hallidie^  ly[ 1^/-!$$^ : ly:  y.}'} :/ ; ;//(Wirti.;Tr;un>vyyj,: /y yy ;y. ���������;.. ���������������������������.. y. /  "For thc/ira'pia:an;d'-L'uyuomlc'il,tr.ipsp|irtntioa:/:of; pros  a nd otlsL* r" i fi tLttnulo" m-or" th'oun lai iiotis 'im ii dilHoul t'  .rouils...;. (Securua by - U2&. PiUtint;) ,,^lso,;'//        ;,})  For. tran'smiLtbt^ po\\'er//iud by which .ihe roi>e'is  aiiiajuniti un it; c*niiif> t.-sl j .?//-;. .��������� ���������  ' '2 '%$* siSKO ^OR CJRCUiiAKSf'-/"/''  ���������;'.. -Ae^ncy,:or tho/ '.'l'-- .;������������������.-.���������/  /������������������' : vPAGIFia y'-.../. "  WIRE   &  W.  R'   MANUF?Q   CO.  ���������'���������;'' '��������� ^XyXVyriP^-"caukokkia.)-;-������������������-���������-��������� ���������- ������������������ .y .s...  All.kinMs find sizrs/of .Wire c'uusti!u'tly.;on hand aurl  m<i ti ii i itc t urea u> o r il ���������' r. : ��������� ���������'���������> "��������� ..*-. ::;��������� - X ���������  A.   S,   HALLIDIE,  d<? 10 im        519 Front Si ...San lrr(Tnrisco, C*������IiIoraia,  Store street (between Herald and Fisgard)'  ':������������������ ��������� ��������� yy-'y}.-::'"yyd; :2-y -;;.ryyyii^yy^:y.v^"v,yry ..:^':-:-'-fv>:yyi-v;'-.;"'n��������� '-'-������������������.w -~yAyvv'v, -y'-.-.  iylxllSl-l^  ANDREW ASTRIC9;-    -----   FROPRIETOR.  The most comnvodious?*n<l ��������� dean Jl<iU[ \n Victoria '2;  tli js,conciU(?te(loii^he ^nrnpwm;prlnaip!e/:Tho1talii������^  '���������������������������:V'.V^  -y^*.-.^i^ proof Sale iii/tiftvHouse, yyymypgyi  ;.,''���������;j..y/d:. /ROBERTSON  iWdS TO'������������������ ANNOUKCE '-THAT HE, HAS OPENED A  mi  AT STANLEY, -  - LIGHTNING CRERK.  The Table will always be .supplied with the beast  art idea tbft't can bo; got iii/Cariboo, and the Bar wftu  ���������the.-' ���������"::���������'.'���������,. ���������������������������".': .  ������������������   ���������-/y;.'':-*'-:/'/,fy'.;-/:'/'\    '  Finest^ ;VWmesi--.^Biqnors-  ;/:y.;-'''-     and Cigars; .  Sta n I <?^ {>f ������a I h I'^CiTjin e e G r * <>K,) C  Aorii 30-, 167l������' i RP?  if  W  v<i������iiv������'Miiiihimw������*?^wh'w|; Y/  THE GAMBGOSE^IMh  ;y SATUSDA^/MARCH -9, 1872:  '"'*.*.'. . "'    .'- - * '**---���������"������������������'���������"' -..���������'.     i   **���������''..' ~-**  RDi^MAL CORRESPONDENCE.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  !W ADVERTISEMENTS.  WUXTAM CRKKK.  The Forest Tfcoee cat bottomed their uhaft at  a depth of 12$ feet /  vy':'', ]2X>:,. :,,;-���������   . T^B fflM^OWS./ - /. ;.     yy  jfj:!Ehie:������^ 115 feet. /  JACK OF CLUB8 CREEK. ^  :/Tliey1. Two '/Slaters, co: r washed' ttp/fo'r. last'  week s work 47 oz. The Discovery co. were  oot working, s  The Two Sisters co. for the first three days  ���������this week washed. up 57 oz., t\vo picks "work:  &fKp:i:M  LOWHEE'CREEK.  y;The^Calaveras co. has advertisedl for tenders for running, their -tunnel ahead. The  Black Bui 1 cb. are. tafcin# on t a 1! arge .quantity  of "pay dirt, which is feeing piled.   A shovel-  [Sue*  NEW ADVERTISEMENT^;  ^Specimen I $50tf iii  full taken indiscriminately from any/ part of  the ;dirfc arid, panned oiit Is found to contain  yless afidysometimes more than adollarte  "yery -heavy sou fheii y "gale / to";/, con tend w 11 h J  '""'" '"WLWMiWI   worth/of^  theground wiHiproTe^tremely riehi.        *  '[ i. '\   '}l V-   yytioHTXINOCRISKKi    I      y;pJ    ,,..  y The yLighthing eol ' wibhedyup 117/095v 1 as*  week. vTbe Eldorado;co.;30 oz/ TJieiEleven  of England ure getting good prospects.  rr  S|..&CS|:'&G,i  2^mm0iyyyy;2  2BLACK HALF-BRED RETRIEVER 1)00. witb  ysytwo fore^awis^liite; .havlug been left ut .tn*  13-ttlle House/ by some Teamsters ubout a' fortnight  ago; the same^(|?be/^6l<l, or retained  for the ex.  pqBsesJf:not;cl*fmed'anU expenses paid la two weeks  from date. y ���������-���������  *  - "   ,     ���������       .        .W. WALLACE.   ":  ,1872, ���������   ,y      - fe24 2t  Jill  MINllM&EGOfi^  y/trrLLUSff/CREEK?  IrmeiflalelOo.���������Feb. 58 ^Recorded-in fkvdr  ycrfefek claim's^ {c'oniroe.ri.cin'gr: "at /tire lower^liiie  of the Ihnerdale co; and running downstream1  to the upper line of the.Caledonia co. - .'��������� -  "   ' lymyyy ysmyK, I   *  Foinfcco.���������Feb.:://-Recorded In favor of  Benjamin Healjr/JVm^illiatiis/James E!derr  Morj t s Le ys, each 125 feet; Johnston .Rob:,  ertson; Robert Liberia, Wm. 'Be-''i!- '47l"J  McGnllogh. John dL, Mnir, Henry  Roderick McLean aud John Powell  feet,in'itbe Point co,,'-consist! ng in rs  feet bill claims; and held in:eight interests; a  ���������'dVUQdrd,  y     - ,      ���������__���������__^  /������Thb meetin&of������the^/CanadianSPailiament  has been pmynyioii >J!I tho  11th of '-April  .. ... i! ��������� *  : yy-yyy; .   r  ���������v-'lV&Qr.  ������abb!  ��������� gThe,, HighestTbrow^to take the Specimen,  th������ Lowest the $500 in Gold, the others io  proportion.  !v*v/*yy.yyy^  r TheUnUe will take place at the ANTE  LOPE RESTAURANT, Barkerville, arid due  notice will be given when the list is filled. :.  iVrOTICE>ta hereby^ v*ny that an application will bo  ���������ll/ made at the next'-@es5ion of the Legislative Assembly pt tlie PrbvincCoifBritish Columbia lor aa Act  to/Incorporate   ���������*' ' 2   ' ������������������ ���������'}}'-���������  THE   WESTERN:. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  /RAILWAY COMPANY,  "������������������'!.''   -)y:':,-- \,y-: '.'.y -;--,.��������� -:.-y. ..V' -.       -'���������   I y   ���������        ..     ''    ...        .. .  ..  for they ^rposb/bf^ohstructinjr and . workinu a Rail-  ywayi fconVmehcinK/at.a point at oriiear Victoria,  BritJsli/CpIuYnKja-'thericutto. some point on tlie/Ehst<  .cm Coast of VancouverMslaud, and J 'rom 'thence by  T)ridge:'pr;Stcaiint^bfmuh1c;Ulon'io-snrife point on thai  West4?rnCodst:6f:/the:^liiihhmH/of British Cobirabla-  b ct ween the ��������� J?drty ���������niatli^n rid Fifty- IdariH para I lei of  hori h Ift tl tiide v then ce .through ,t h o "31a i nlu n d of llrl tls b.  Columbia by some practicable puss of the Rocky  Mountains tb. tlvoT^NMi^estT^rritary).; and to : som?  point oni the't^rthM^fcf^rritpry, where/a; junction  :������'UI bo effected; wi th uyl ino; of Bail way start! ng from  ���������tfie; Bail way systeuv to,tho Xorthoast p������;irU of On.,  tar^;audyyruriuin^ the. Rocky .Mountains,  ,witb/po^r;to..tuke:sUc^<leyiations and, bra ncli .linea  io; conri^ct;withv^^^f^Oftr.l of: Vancouver Island or  elsewhere as/may^be advisable:and. for the purpose  'aforcibld^Snyfl^fs^ equip, and maintain'such  F<irriesuan<i;;Sttam Vessels:as may b e uecessflryV :��������� :*<  '     . y , liRAKE-& JACKSON",  , -        J -    ������������������'������   '  ��������� .,;    i -1, ��������� -��������� <���������    ������������������; ��������� Soliciiora.1 ��������� -< ���������  y iVictb'ria^B;C.^46tu; Jattuary, 1872.>/;; ���������/ ,  '- \ ji-ZX I  y<mmyyy  i i    - -"..���������V-  '     ������������������*-''>    .yyy, y y- - *���������-;���������.   ���������������������������-'-,���������--    -yy.y  yy yyyy       yyy _  IprKESCKIPTIOlfS AND RECI?*3 :FfTXED.  OFFICIAL PREPARATIONS.([  !   /STATIONERY  AND PERFUMERY,  ^^ENTy^ PirorailslAiir^ ^MEDIGINES;  ^OTrOEig herebyygiyen/ttljat an application will b������  UiyZraade :'at/tl)e 'nexi^CBsion:of-.- thv Pari j anient of  Canada for^an.-Act to Incorporuto.    ,: /- ��������� X;������������������  'THE    WESTERN'   CANADIAN    PACIFIC  forthepuiposeflf' constructing and working, a Railway,; comineucing t at (a/��������� poin t at or ������������������ ni������ar��������� Tici.������<i u//  Bri tish. C^umWa^tiienwj t:Xr>: som<? poin ton itio i-:a?t* \  era" C^astiol^yaiicou^ by:  r/' ���������/���������^���������S / -;/' ;v i-yy': /'/:/ y'' -yv'-y-r-/^; ^ yy ^,/':-'//:::"/���������y;-/'^-"v^ "y: -v v-y7'-:/^-,:/' ;y v_:-- --^^'-/:/=;V':y y-r.1"-^ I "v'-  fflflll  //lyyy/y;^  :Bf#to inform their friends and tbe-publi^that tbey  :haTeUken^h8,y.well^iiowny.pren)ises:^  wii! b> manufactured and sold by Wholesale and R  tail in its purity, and   y    ,; /       '        XX  north .Jatitmle,; thence/thrdugb the Maiu(an ��������� ��������� ������f .IS>'.; i>h  Columbia, byvSomo/p^Kiticabio tp.iss.;pi thy. K/cky  iMbutiiatnsUp/thtt/^M'tb^estlTerri <.n;! t<������yWnol  poin^pn: the^^rth^est^^rritbry,'^wli������-i't) u junction:  ���������or elsewhere, as' may^bo advisahh-- and - fur /in������,'i j or-  ^iipaloresald^^;t0ye5tabjisU< tquip,'Va;ja jn^iu'y}n.  such Fe rrt es and Steam. Vessels as'inny be n '���������*'��������� *** ���������: r v; ���������-  /C   :.;���������'������������������;���������.-;.:���������     /      y/ DRAKE i JACKSON/..  /://--      '        *' "'     y' :   :-":-    y- dullclcur>  VictdrittiBCy 24th January; 18?a  >  . opportunity of droppfrior'in'at"Salt Lake in a  friendly   yy to, see, how Briffham and his  it i i������iv,:* are getting aloQg.^ i vl the Gentiles.  sw  --"'    "7-ii-.-. %.  /Editor Skntinsl :���������In  yonr  issue :of '  yy   ,iVyi       ^.3 ��������� communj&tioh Entitled  the/lJri ti8%:@onsMu:  ^5^rea������'deajyy;b;f3^  l^v:������^''grtat-liB,&ni3&!'  f        mentl saw that the first plank of that noble  _ ffdifice. the BHtfehiGonstitutioii. came floatinsr  ,;    .       "*G ������he wiTfaee hundreds of years before Al-  t ,   lh?d ivasljorn. ,NowVifr EditoKasan hiimblfe  indlvldhal, I feel very much'indebted to that  y-'y t������ble historian and expositor of very ancient  2X'   'this CQmmnn ifcy shitynld ������howy some appreci-  .    nation of genius in their tntdst in1 tone more  >^ V.. ^ani?ij)fe^Mh.sile.nt.ickh'o.wl6a}nieiit;y:i  *vrnnidy*\fio propose that we appoint a com-  ,   ,.       . inittee to collect fm<U~ for the purpose������������������> of  .     x -erecting a monnnienf; in memory of Byinwal  ���������^oeima^ that, great man to whom we are all  vso mnch ihfebted,, for if Ve^fthe enligfilOBod  y       Inhabitanta of the mountains, do not take the  ��������� iJllfciativeinastep��������� /of tbat^ kind lain  afraid  -y-y-y ���������-. .     jaobody else ever will XVYV   :  WX&y.yyy. ���������' y"-y  By^tho aid of Richardson's ?pm^-A^aratus.y Filling  with Gold, Amalgam and. Cement. y   /  '' DR.CHIPP,       .-,     .       BARKBBVIIXE.  22myy2X:yX:2mh9;im  will beyalways/carefuHy attended to, and the best  Beds/ and accommodation j provided for tlifeJr / customers./ v;:.;. ;.y. ��������� >    ; y _,   /;- :.'��������� y y:-������������������y. ���������_<ieie������������������ ���������;.  THAT WELL-KNOWN  /and-promisesiatelffceettpled by tha late John Duhlgf  ���������in:v:;; :Xy-y: ryyy ...   ..''-      .   y-       . .,  yyy-^y-  IS AT BIS OLD'STANpi AT  t^fe- Send,your /Wheat along boys |y j^������ CHEAP  RATES,!yr������fc Satisfaction guaranteed, and no delay.  . Suda Creek* Sfarch 5,1872.     ; mh 9 2m  7fcev vod^gdedy-v/^iflhingytOt^jtetiM from  , '" " business,    '  ^P?ERS/i^  THE  Begs to inform his friends and the public  -    generally11bathe is laboti t leaving the  .;/  Gplphy/ and will/sell b is varied stock ot/:  ITrH,  IsliioWvbflerodyfbr sale or to rent, with all and sundry  tovy/y/,:1*'//'   :/:'/���������",- Xx-  -y  St^FIXTIJRES; BILLIARD TABLE.  ;y{ySTOVE, LAMPS; BIEtt.GLASS, CLOGKyy  JandJail;the necessary Bar Furniture���������all in good con*  idition and lit-ibrimmediate/occupancy.    :    .'  ��������� / is**. Th is Siiloou is /so w.e3| juid.th YPrit.bly... Kn^F.^^  nrieVt'ithc/very/bes^ British Columbia for  Sal^',b^^.t^cr-,.bu^iJ9(^-tSiat-U requires no pulling.  /Immediate possession given  Yyyyy'Xyyyy   y    JAMBS H. K15RB,-'  Agent lor tlio proprietor*,  Quesneiraouth^ ue23 tf  *m^^j*m ,i, m4i^e.������i'������i^*  for particulars, apply on tbe premises.  ������JB  A  ff%  ,,     Mrs;FiiR.-^The conviction of this Woinan  Xformurter Has been setitside anda new trial  y *wfirde4^Mi the uaanlmouij dechwou of fiv#  : Ja%f������*.    y,        y ,,,. -  :    .      9.y   :������������������" :::.vr.;T2"--^)  DRUGS; PiJTENT MEDICINES;     /  POCKET CUTLERYi DRY G-QODS,  STATIONERY,   and/ FANCY/' ARTICLES  !������t all descriptions^ ���������"' / y/;, ���������  'Vyxliyxyvj:  ^"*������:   so.x way  HARPER.  <le2fi Sm  NOTICE.  cei pt for tho s am a.  r S4rk0iTiIi2v Feb . SS} ISTg.  r>;:KRCOl,Ev  RS prepared to. furnish Lumber at their Mlllsr  ���������William Creek, or deliver U to order.  : LIJMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNINa  OREEK; AT THE SAMB RATES AS/ON-  WILLIAM CREEK.  Haying a Planing Jiachlft* ia operation they will  also, furnish. ��������� ���������.;���������..'������������������  at *������ti*f������������t*ry raits.  8*M . fggssBgsffiMBHB'^stBggggj^gg  gSBSggfla^aa^rgj'T^^  ������ggjg������s^  f RE CAIUBQO SEiNTlML  BY   B A FtN A ftD;* S   E^BRESS.  ^OPENING OFrBA^lAMS^-^TttB GOV-  /     ^RNORt'S SPEECH.,' \      ���������t-'  On Friday, tU lett Febriiary. his  *the Lieutenant-Goverrior delivered his speech  ���������to ; that legislative Assemb\jfy It is a terse  ���������document, and plainly ,pti Is forth the .intention of ihe; Government to fpllo^v thepopdlar  ���������wish. His Hohorcbngratoiatesihe/Afiseuibly  ���������on British Columbia having ^come/one of  <the Province* of the/Domiiilbti?" that great  Confederation of,; Brirtsb^rrltprles in/North  AmetlbaWh^Cohstilution ':W ���������impressed with  all the stability of armonarchy^cbmbined with  *hefwefom;o^  ofrepublicanJnatittttlona.V ,  A full staleoient?of all inohpys received and  expended mibseqiienHovW* union of the Province with the Dorntriion,/together;with tha  est i mates of i reyeriiie and -'������x pen di tu r������? Tor the  curreht*yeat'wbttld^be' liiid!lieffortvthe House.  MeiiRures would be introditc^d rprthe repeal  'of the Civil List Act,*���������withK* view of  placing in your hands the power,of determining the amount of > salary to,be Attached to  yeach office in atfie -public eervicalhat inay be  mciiii(������!rn-j^ -ft- ��������� J/-,";- :���������"��������� - J-,y:tJ' ���������", '��������� '."'���������'.' .:"=���������-'  main tai hod...  His Honor advocales tlie establishment of  ���������:Sa sy stem o f ) n on-sec tar ian r sh o ids; I h roug.hpu t  the: Pro vinee.   A-: iilil: would* lie ihiredrteed  for the:aW6litionsof/Hhe Road^Tpllfl, concerning which his Honor says ir u The main trunk  -avenue  which/ commercially* conheels   the  lower-section of fthe/Brovince^wiih the mineral wealth;e^Caribod is of ajirovincial clwr-  an ter ?ajid} tienefifci al tooii fen ti redeem mu n i ty.  *The tolls at prVsen^levied on thei road bear  mo^t lieavity iip<pn tlie nj^^aries'pf life/and  tbey practically!; forbid;^e^ij^fodu^ipny of  ���������ni achi nory to thtj; mines, j Anii^inettts tbl he  Mining Laws, would be/^bmitted for the cofe  -aideVU t io'iv- 0 f,v. the" A sseh? b I fi /j The } Qh al i fica;  tion;and Registration 2o$$o������bv& Ordinance  required revision.    ������.��������� . ,-^--<- - ?v ���������   >  The sjie^eh was concliid^^iili:tbe;fbllpw-v  ing words: ���������������; HeitCjef6r0utlit^prijicipie orselP  g iivfrnuient; i* to prov^U/yUMs been/con*  c������sledu������^ y<*n md^ren^ifeftta ^  ; people, and in Hccordan^^itb;^  ;r>th������������.:.ppjn*j������:im^  p*rt  Ohiypii alone3p||y||$^^  in jr fViit/of \ hat ���������system.de|etidy^nd;I-; tf ust/tjicii  ,4i iVi er t bed irection of ah 5al l^wise Providence  your/labors may result in the advancement ot  "th������ beetin terests of Brit ish Co) 11 inb ia.'1:  .The speech wasi received with great.cheers,  and appears to have given great satisfaction.  i^yS-UOISLATlVE PROCUBDISQS.  Friday, 16th Feb.���������Mr Robsdn gave notice  to move on. Wednesday nn address praying  that the Canadian Tariff and Excise Laws be  i m mediate iy extended to^Bri tish Co I urn bia.���������  The honyAttbrhey:Gen#r^l/^^  to introduce the fpllowing/Bills :-^in Act to  define tbe privileges, immunUie8,vand powers  of the Legislative Assembly, and to give sum-  mary:. protection to persons employed in the  nnblication of Sessional/ papers; anActytb  repeal the Civil List Aclipi 1871:;- an Act to  estaoli?h a Consolidated Revenue Fund ; an  Act to enable the Lieu tenant-Go vefnor to ap-  poin t Notaries Pit b lie;;: ah Ac jt to am end the  Land Ordinance, 1809 ; 2 ah /Ac t to amend the  Qualification and Registration/of ��������� Vptei's1 Act,  1871; an Act respecting seenritiea to^^ be given  by officers of the Govern men t of British Coin mbi a; an Act to amend and explain/ the  ...Marriage.Orditiance, IggJ;;^a^tAoi^QJnJb4Q)f8li,  certain Road Tolls in British Columbia ; an  Act to repeal the Crown/ Officers' Salaries  Act 1863, and the Crown Officer*' Bxtennion  Ordinance, 1865; an Act to niakev provision  for Inquiries concerning piiblic matters ; aa  Act to amend the taking of the verdict of a  Jury in civil/cases; any Act to amend the Election ; Regii Iatioh Act, 1871; an Act to deG he  and amend /the : Land ��������� Registry/ Ordinence,  1870. 'By/ MrV:Beaveh~-Bill to amend the  Trades Licence Ordinance. 1867.  ^ Saturday, FebylT^Mr Robertson gave notice/that lie' wbiriii ihirodiice a bill for tbe es-  , tablishment and maintenance of Free Schools  th ro ugh o ������t the Pro vi nee..    .  The Hoii se/ we lit in to co m m i ttee on the ad-  mission^f-tbe Kootenay members, Dr Aah in  the chair. After a stormy discussion, resolutions to a d mi t: Messrs. M a ra an d Todd to sea ts  in the House were: carried, the nays beinj(  Messrs. Ash,/DeCosmos, Btinstery C. Booth, J.  P. Booth, and Cogan.  Monday, Feb;;19���������Mr J. P. Booth���������moved  for copies of correspondence between the  Provincial and Federal Governments on the  modified Tariff question.   Curried.  Mr A.fmstrong gave nonce of motion to ask  the Attorney General whether the New Westminster Assay Office belongs to the Province  or Dominion. Mr Smith���������BUI to tax uuira-  jproved lands.   Mr ^obeoii���������Bill lotax-Chi-  namen annually ; also, an address to excSude"  Chinese irom/aUPubjic>W  Province. Mr Bimster-^Consifieratibn1 of JV  W.'CareyVpetition to unseat 51r Robsoo. : ;  /;;Mr:Duck moved a series of resolutions in  reply to the Goverhor?s speech; ahd/ih|doihg  so  deRoed his position  as ,an independent  M r, J. C /B11 g 11 es sec o n tl ed,. tnk t c g o ceas i 6 n  tp say that^ while heVn&a strictly independr  ent member^ he/heartily,endorsed tho policy  of the; Government asyoutlrnfed it^tliesp^h:  /The resolutions; were passed, anil a commit  tee appointed to prepare oh address to the  Governor. .        ,       y     //���������/.' y rX;VyXy  Tuesday, Feb. 20���������-Mr Mara took his Seat  on the Independ eh the n ches. ,  y Mr^C.Bpp.UiBpresented the report o  committee appointed to draft a reply to his  Honor's speech.  / Mr J. P. Booth moved an amendment,  which he did' not (expect;to* 6arry, as it was  tantamount to a/,defeat of/the Government.  It was to the following effect: '-'  :r u That it -.is with sincere regret that we notice that the agricultural iriterestsv of this  Province have.been entirely ignored in your  Honor's speech. We are the more korryjioc  this, as from the nattn-e and importance of  tbe public improvements likely to i/y pl'ace  we are o t the o p i n io ta th a fc i t; sh 6 u! d bell ie  paramount duty of the Government to make  a vigorous effort to stimulate the agricultural  interests, so that the money expended iu, the'  pi'Oiecution of those enterpriser may ue re  tained in the country, thereby conducing to  the ad vancemeut and adding to?the prosperity  ol all." \     .....     *  Dr. Ash  Recondedi, ^ ^stormy. debate:rev  suited, which^waf;clpsedh by/an  proposed"'1 by; Mr Robson   being carried.^���������  Ayes. 16 ; Noes, 4. .  Mr McCreightmoved.^ecpTidedb^Mr Robertson, that the speech^ bo taken into consideration on Wednesday, with a view to, voting  tbe su ppl iea. .,     . % ,  After the pmehiifton of some;petitions,  &c.j! the House adjourned/'"  e^cUng an;agreemeht iu relation tbythe Alat  bama claims.  ,    ., - %/ /'-.,   .  ���������//,    :./   ; _, t ������y  Tho; English; Government  is  anxious to  avoid any mw^^^  Uies fit Wasiiington, and a compromise is  hoped for at an early day.   ���������  ;Bancroft. tbe/Americau Mi\mier, has co.rai  ���������pieHejtl^ his; reply, to, the British. cato oh the  S;m Juan bour/dary 'question, aud williranie-  diately siilMitrit tol  peror of Prussia. ���������   ���������  ���������  ' A special saysreigbt regiments of British  troops are under ordersvfor Canada. ;,  'XXA-"Ifew;York-Tribune'special says'a-eable  dispatch;was/sent oh Wednertday by Secretary  Fish: in reply to the note of Lord Granville,-  in wliich ifcv was explained that the/object of  the^n^e^^a^|in pr^  ^irecljtlamagea/by Gohfe^rate war^s^ame  io/;th^ ��������� Geneyalarbjlfaidfs,;was t6 placevthe  Whole question' before the Board, .and; leave  Unsettled nothing: that might be prbductive  dTlutiire dissbrd/^hetweeU/ thort^vp countries;  If only claims for direct damage;were con-  aidered, it might be ur^ed that the question  'was siiii open to dispute, anii it was thb^ffb*  best to present the whole case to the arbitrators and leave it to their decision: The above  ^perfectly-reliab]e:}j :  ������������������i-*'  TOLICErGOURT.  //: TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY:  X; y X2 ;TUKW&it^7siiVf&kou:.r /  ���������London, Feb: G ^Parliament opened at  noon to-day, when the Queen's speech/was  del ivered. , ^," v:";/./::;;;���������;���������:. ���������/;,-Xyy:-VyXXyXyXXV  yThe following reference is" made with regard to the A lu b.ama^cl ai on s : "The o rbi tra-  tofsap pointed in accordance wi tb the' Treaty  of Washington for the purpose of amicably,  settling;tha; Alalilimd cl aims, ��������� jbeld tbeir first  iitfcHig,^ atyGen^aly/^ases/^re tried hetore  the arb itr atd re on b eh a 1 f o f each p arty to th e  treaiy. In the case submitted.. by America;  large claims were included, which were understood on our part/nat. to,be /within^pihe  province of the arbitrators. On tbi^.subject  [. have caused a friendly commitnicatioirjtp  be made to the Government of tbeytJBifed  States,". ���������'. -X -V 22  Disraeli rose and called the attention;of thp  House to the paragraph in the royal��������� speech  In reference tp the arbitration pf the/Alabama  ctsims. He animadverted at some: length  upphJ the Treaty of Wash ing tpnV'" ^P ^"-*^ ^" \f H''', Vi*  Of which het blamed Earl Granville and Glacis  ������toneV '��������� In vie w of the de vel op in en is i which  had been made at the ass������mblyVof arbitrators  at Geneva. Disraeli.Wanted to know;Why/the  Go ver n men t was exu 1 tan to ve f'-the ed ifical i oh  it had1 given Pari iii men ton tlie sn bject, / The  roy a 1 a p eec !i was sign ally ti hsatis fa c t oyy y ah d  showed, In hIs qpinioii, that the ��������� :��������� Goyornment  st i i 11acked a propef ap p reci a tion of the question at issue between; England ami the .United  States. The American; cUiims, were greater  t h a n thos e wh ich would foil o w a I ptaj c on -  quest. They were preposterous,.impractical,  a nd it ad tn i tied ; wo u I d be fatal to the p dweii  andhonor^of Engl arid, it Yet,'! saidDlsf aeli,;  sneering, "the whole subject is disposed of in  one brief pafugrhph of the royal speechi"//  G1 ad sto n e 1 ol I o we d i ti rep ly; He said I th e-  Treaty of Washington itseIf shows that Ehg-  l an d is read y t(i in alee o vet y concession short  of nation ai hon o r t o es tab 1 i sh f rien d 1 y re I u-  lions with America; and to set an example to  be followed by other nations. " Henceforth.?  the Govern menXy' said the Premier,'..���������*.m. ready  to ex p lain every th i ng a b ou t% the t reaty y bub It  will not admit that it unwillingly made a mistake. The paragraph in the speech is the  only fair and unmistakable interpretiition of  the treaty. He coubi, if desired, r������fer to the  preposterous character of the American demands, which of itself proved their absurdity,  for they were such as no people in the last  extremity of war, or the lowest depths of national misfortune, with the spirit of the people  of England iu their hearts, would ever sub-  m i t toi"' (Cheers.) GI a dsto ne co n c 111ded by  saying the Government would maintain the  position it had taken firnily, thongh in a  friendly manner.  A dispatch from London, dated Feb. 13th,  announces that Earl Mayo, Viceroy of India,  was fatally stabbed on 8th February by a Ma-  horacdan convert. The assassii) has been sentenced to death. ,:���������";  Blsmarjv has offered the Governments at  Waihiugton and Londeu hhgood omce^ in  ,    MokdaT, March 4, 1.872.  _ Henry Fez?v. was brought up,on remand,  charged w.ih "f Aky *?old  from   the duyJip=  luy o?' flic (h,uhuu Vo".   No hyfcr eflMnde  :^ks.:a;d;dn;;cejfl../'//y/  v j .Mr Barnston, for prosecution, addressed the  amlfiim^nt1 Court/ re viewnst: the evi(J fince, and urging  "' *������������������'���������������������������' tnal yK conduct of the prisoner throughout.  ;Ei������rfm;u'i?������von/!heyrdl)^  bnfo ip im ban men' ly a n d ** Ho it I th f knl felno t  he in*.- jvi(lencot.were'so suspicion'-i y to jiis|  tifv his.'commiltal for-trial. ,;��������� .  '   '^  S'MrJParl^iior:^  yy K/,.aUficauoo of the knife.with that belong;  ing to defendant, ; 'that. Pearce cpufd see tbe  dn������rnp-box from where he stood when ihe  made ihe'remark-that he hoped it would do  theio' good, and that;theretwas really.noHhe  shadow of. a case, as every link was , wantiug,  The Judge said there was not sufficient evidence to cotouiil for trial, and discharged ths  defendant on the in formation laid. "'    ,  REGISTER OF THERMOMETER     '  6th March; taken atS ^m^each day,v^pwm  hts?b'*st and lovi'e.H .range  Cor piyyCicy: 24  hours; "���������  yy V    \ Max. '   Min.  / February 23^46^bpye cero//9 aboye/Bero.  XX>X$5X&i  mx   26^2  274*2  --. :xxmxu:  , - 29-42  'March^l^iR  .' '//    2-rtf  y    's'^40,  -,,-   4-r46  ,    5-^30  , 6-4C  ' it  H  my  y:-8  271  :.V'i  9  17  12/  25,  II  21  20  u  ii  <i  ;n;  CuiKKSfi TniCATaiGiui.���������The Oek^tlals'have  had a., gay :tinie lately.   Oii Monday night;v  having procured the use oMhe theatre, a, per- /  forman^e was given, the first part of, which  nearly'beggars alldesc'f lyon. , ^hupjehead^  with  cutiandish' foatui.^, p-i^^-y������������������with-every ,  color���������representing -apparently   a  &3yUueal  beast���������w as borne on, thh ah o si (oem o f a ,Ohi.  ijr-iuju^  d)^pi������ij .ii.Vcbe*! co itii'i Ullingrfrptn,  ���������the head" concealed Ihe'1 body' of'the  carrier  and'was siretched out by way of a tail km Or-  12 feetinJength, and under 'the mui ot the-  tail another _ Chinaman, on'all lours, was en--  Bcopce^  an anlinal of,sonic, klucl^' worrying ihe mon-J/  sleiV and both capered about 'V |r������tassured!1'  time, kept up by an'-incessant clangour of  gongs, drums, &b;y The; nextproceedihg consisted: of gytmiaHtics, and certainly the perform e rs  d is p 1 ay ed ' gre a t n gil i ty a n d' t u p p f r ���������- r  ness of limb.   Two short dramas 'were -next1'  enacted;- of wh ich the ��������� fo II o $ in g nr e o u tl i n'eaS  WopRneon; a young woman; appears^ n' great j?  distress bcfoje/Mungbbok, an5;astrq!loger^;������nd^  d esi r ed" I o h n o w/w he the r, s h e'wjll / h<^ restp red  'to -h&ry former:.posilioni ,vMungbbok;conBiuta '  tlie-'oracles;/and-'ascertains Ihat Wougrie6nr  is a O^neen who (iad been .banished '-from the.*  king'a cpu r t b eca use he d isb'e I ie ved ber Iruth-.,  ful statement that she had; borne :the  king a  son. and that;it'bad[been stolen. Vy another  mistress of the? king's/who  ha?i   no"'cfiild.y  Mungbook taxed the queei    wilh  th<   *ucts,������  who, not wishing' to_di!*cove^ herself, denied I  thf m    The ytyicf y ihen_ roll! hy ttioir il gh 8  v'O'ilf? tail 07fto'ih������u& he   would  re-eslatilials{  ���������her in conrtybul if not'her desti nction >duld-  be  'certain.    Sho then, revealed .the? trulli.*  Memy hilj, thi Lniy lud d cd <n3  wag sht.  eeeded by vlrOTir^'^n's soa    Th^1 ?uK+otn������<z? ^  proceMled^ ^.'th ^on^nrop to th������? cou^t, buts/'  the'.jyoung' kitfg refused' to recognize"'herr������������'r  his, mother, until the Astrolo'g^'comraaadedf'i  From- the R. .Scrveting / Party.���������James  Allison arrived in town on Tuesday, five, days  from the t camp, and' started out again' on  Thursday morning-withfour Indians to pack  proyisidhs ft:6;m tfe lake, There is not much  sno'W left at d^caniKa. heavy thaw  continued during /Ae whole of February.  The icevm Gastje. endX \Swamp ri vers, was  broken up, und the party/was fengaged'build-  iug boats to go to the,Cuche by way of tbe  Fraser. Foiiriof the ruen; have teen paid off;  aud arrived-at-Barkervillefiarly4n,tha,weeki,  ������������������' Pkimb Bacon a^d HaMS^^^anYoikpnburgh  &, Co. have received a supply pf splendid  bacoriandlhim^-cufed vitlheCnntori^illsiyb^  Harper Bros. Thehogs/wete/fed/oh grain  and middlings; andaveragedin//^  500 to 800 lbs.;.-; HarpervBi^will/hay^lOO.-;  000 lbs. of the firiesS bacpu andibam^/mrthe  Cariboo and ; Omineca /markets;/ cur^d/ at  their own mills.y     X >    ������������������     / /  Barnard's Expukss arrived; on; Thursday  afternoon, bringing/newspaper dates|p/Feb/  23d. arid Ihe following: passengers: From  Yalf���������������Mr. j.--A'. Mahoocl, to: Barkervillel Mr  T.,Facev, to Blue Tent'\ Mr J. Riddle,ito 15^  mile bouse. Mr J: Sanders, from Bridge  creek to Quegneimbiith ; J. B.rNason;yfrom  Quesneimouth'tovBarkerviileiy^^  from Cottonwood t^Vanwinkle;/y  Low.br Fraskh Stkamkr.- ^The On ward; is  advertised to Commence ^^kly/tdpSjOh/or  about the 15th inst. It is understood.that she  will run before that peripd ;if 'there be sufficient freight to induce; a Irijp. / /  Mr Thomas Harrisv ex-Mayor of Victoria,  has-been-appoittted.Sergeant-at^rms of the  Assembly.   /.  Wbj are under obligations to;Barnardy Express for files of New Wesimlnster ptipw to  Feb, 2M. ���������������������������'-X22:  rery  him to do bo, teljing bim, the stars had  vealed th at Wpngneon was |nj.t>utfcbis:m^  The Je?yes of' the yonng_ ki ng b������ing opened^ by/  information froirr so liigh a source, he 1 fffr,  ceiveSTOngn������6n ^u������s y^areX jh������v Ut her  foiH'ii digmXyvyM ih mtc^X pi ttf\'Vcthv  Cbong ymig;\yquhg ma  religion., an d is l ost i n c o u temp I ati ng i te gran*  &siw | y y\ or, vt.n* IP c^nt> to hie e^^irr^ir.t^  and ^b*lt doinjj no h'eara the cri'^ H ^ w������himy  .He/c!isco^#rs;a'j0uag damsel dn./one/'pf-'the-  lraultet ������ho tells hira her yUy^oV fGrc "-M  dead, :m$ fmK ^ 2m wau n2w ning fro.ftyyal^  ihgyher fatlief^sjtomb twp^Wers seizedyher;  and locked her In the vault mieL������diii& to' sell  heir af ������ cH.ii Toy ymnyXXim lycu^p, hy  md takes .her 'to, her homey -and J as a re wmi,  ���������������������r uiij and t^Icui iu -vj-i Is i if**w ydj road i  king. - The performanoe was heartily enjoyed'  by the Celestial-portion'of the'audience/and  we havei; no doul)t the whites ^present would  have/been equally -well .pleasedX supp6������������  ibsy oabbe������d." py///;y/'/:y  NOW   IS   Y0UR.iTl5l^. ���������HOMETKINO   NSW.���������  The first false teeth e\\y set in Vulcanite in.  Cariboo.can be seen in the Dentist's window;  Barkerville. It ia the latest style of, wearing  false teeth: ^  and so' cheap that it is within the reach of  all.   Parties can now be accommodated ip  all branches of Dentistry, up to the 10..th day  of April  .next, at Victoria prices.    Then,,;'  good-bye old Cariboo.  .^AlLpereonsjnd/sb'ted wijl please settle tfieir  accounts at once to save���������'costs. *and any orin:  having- bills  against   the undersigned < will  pleast hand them in-for payment.  .  ��������� ' D. Sjdpaix, Dentist,  ' BarkerVille, B.C:,' March 1). 187 2.      mh9  p$F* Thk   Railroad   Stubs  (nearly  opposite   the   Government   Assays,  Officje,  Barkerville).--This  store   has  beeo,!,  ���������oltetiM^r^^ 1 teinej erri n: conuec tipisT^*  with his store in .Victoria,, with the large**/;',  and best assortment of boots and abbes;ey*r//:  brought to Cariboo. l He' has introduced;������ ."-3  novel ty i h the form of warm fV Win ter/ Boo W r  for both ladies and gentlemen. Leather, andy  Shoe "Findings and Groceries are also; kep^ >  on ��������� hand. Boots made te order, from fiaat y  materials, tor $ldvper pair. Bepairiag^earty X  done.-/    ' % .. ',..   v-������ . ./-:*//  : Ts& Miin GostRAbr.-T-A ieiegram was re- ;  chived on "Thursday stating^that the contract  for tbe /Cariboo niail service had, heen  awarfied /to Mr F. J. Barnard for >a term of  two years, and the Postmaster at: Barkervil l������  has been directed to deliver; the mails to Bar-  hard's Express. The weekly, servke com-  mences,.iu; April;"- // .2 - ' ���������.;; ���������   ,��������� /  Tlikrr have been for some time from 20,000  to 30,000 pounds of goods lying at tlie l>u-  mile post; Waiting f$r/ trahspprtatipn lojb<������  Forks  of   Quesiiel/ Keith ley  arid Harvey  Creeksw'; - As,: high as 7c. a pou nd/ h as beep, of- .  fered;tor;theircarri^eclprihg t .  refused^ " .: ' '���������-������������������     "   ', ': . .'  v :0}$y!T}nmvBOK, v^L?.^A letter/ from thi������  tf e ri tie iS a ri avi 11 be; fo u ti d: 5 nJ our col inn m* and  will be perused'w,jth Joterf st. : Mr Thornpsou.  Ha /idpubt by this -time is;safe,aM ������uun4 ia  ��������� Oljawiu / :2'X0y: :.-'������������������'���������  -;yyy;  M  rXVyVy  ys'<y  -y  '.\.   ,'vy  2m  ... ���������,--���������. .i--y  :.'v,y. .:,;>;.:.: y  y;y:y  .. -'"VV  ^^  y$i?-  y2s-  ���������yyy  yV2f-  yyyy  -yy^:-'y-  :,yy  yy  yyrymm*  ySitll  iXgy yyy;  :yy^m^  * ���������'���������: yM$%\  - ^&  - ~ ��������� -, , ������������������  yVrx  xllJi  x}  y vxyyyyyi  X'yX:y yy  yyyyyyyyyyyyy  ri yyy yyyy i  ���������vvy&yyyxy  ^9  .-������������������> i';^fi'|w^ji.i^iui^���������^^^'j���������j-wjjii-���������" y ._.-..--   -   !   ...    ,. .   .  .v T.-__^:;)--.-y^TOr.0V-r-^^--^.--^^--':  .   ___-_______^iM^<^^  *g||^^  yyy  (ds^.y - y- :.\ ffi$m-&.  m  'V^vfete  --'���������; ������i  i^y������'yrj^S:^j!sv  ($M2?~2X>   '  XyX,X>  ykify���������  ;t yyyy y :-, ������  yyyyy.yy, :yy h ���������  ill ? he2>ip^'._' Tb? tMsf Bsalfrj Hyftsrsjiiife| ihe  ivoi [s   Ih iti *������rw giving a'peculiar "austerity  y .>y;yf& :y y y ,v;: ;���������.-;;��������� y $&:������������������.. yi>y yyyy yy -yryyy-xy  to ^hejp\a\r)i;x e; triua te y/P ra^rs, j|> U o. wedv. a n d  then V,d i������coui s/ inj������'h!ch_cb a Ra b b i ��������� a j hn ted  :B/lrMee Ms Jar Yoi mi ry; iwhlc h Jfi rs Y ; g^vg; )| er-/  fecUibe;iy Yyl pi 0?^ pithy to th- persecuted'  clnhh sYYf "A1br������ibs>d, umi had"e claim on  '^������00������gn rrsm^h i s edy-|/^e|tli e n |jr>of nj t^d/pii t  -irlon people/and'are supposed to ,be'theipe-j*eparajejyijw widows and orphana.who were  '^liliorYp^  jutaticw : A*sharp aa thpmfh'jcrul of nnij.ing f (pt Y!i^c BifleHhCloi'e*] ones noVsnt  would  fcfe YyJl llulXlj ; Uicft aqgrnasViOf preap.ed ;������ IJiaHy.J ,take  care* of ,them<    /Vf^iu He-  >]i^io^ ceremony ended.  'l.y^^nboVliffiit pflat as"a flounder/;; quick: a*  .^ .yyyyyy ry-.yi[ y.yy   -f\yy--=y;y    yyyy     A-  ' i a, spei'd; said the-! ast ti me ho r ra n h is engi n e  I'yn fyr'vns*' sb/cel: (fnjY fYYkv ryt Ihe'sirC:  w  -] VH f s I  XniyaVXrX%i^ tooth  po'rqli:    kjmi^i ol y  likeJcbftracton.sn''.^ often heard among:-!he com-  ' r y  ~"      y'"-'       "     '        y      y"'  . .,  yyyvM/y///:J&  \ f-Properly Stamped, are now .reduced "t* ''-  :///Z--yZvyyyr/!K  rSM:^//^-'^:^:-::^:^:^  . Ou.r Agents at_way pLaues use.all diligence in"se*in"ti  ���������jb/i t'Jettijrs it re p ro m ])tl y i.Qfw&r$$&ty;^iw&..b eyjdu'U  tlio ivgular stage routes,         ' , -   ' ,   ... '.-,,"  selC r-r ". y-yy       j   >        /.P/'.r.4BABSiUtJ>;''  - ������' -���������   MIsdELLANEOUSi -' ';   \  ���������v. jy*'..'*./ * -: ? ������ 'vv v v  oiV '~"*tnp���������_m   * kV *,'-l'-v "��������� -'������������������'-''. -������ r*1,'-' ���������-'.  i'y:yyyyyyyyyy:y,,yy ylys ..&-y:^..yy:y.'1 .:*-iv y..;y::,--y--iv---^yy.v;yy|  WM " y'yy.,y.;yyy. -y2  nmv  .  . C6iu?ur:fiN^/yAjiniiSsAPORy  :<w)btiXmyyriQiighy tp^niake^rnel/or.,a sick. ;Franch ambassador.at Briissels.' Is. Ernest Pi  ;'tgp?ssho|3per;;   not oluih^ to wad a grjnt; tas ,eird( one of tIl9 ^ e?a^eii^ w.ho oyerthi ew (be'  Jimp^uO im������ igm |n|i||j|l|| |||| ^pi^^atliM.r.hrcaM.. is an unpopular  IWyl}!^^ mxoy'rilXl^  2vas '��������� ni a'de*S?sSo im dXf m-(l m\imla if {Vryy h 22m  y > ������ (  n f rthe'������ cl libs * -dn ri ng  the first .siege. ^ Ha ve  -.,.....   c;-_-    y --.^     ���������.,..���������.-;-���������;*   y-';,...;;.y .-.:v:��������� ��������� .--yy v^Hijimiyy..-;.'.y.. v-'i-xi; i.:..  1:- :for- :Oarib:00 'aHii  m&ylli^ll'  'rhe/  S2*S������a)!SJ;SfM0l::S;  VTIMM:  'PP������i������f  y-s-ry-v^y.-jv* -..y.  k% u yy smmi sag % v  yotBiryfy !/iui;fK fo b.M\S ^  yyiO'li }[{ b *n)d-  1twv*!i}Trei yoy'Islyy  rat'tenjer after a chip-  '������������������/l^'i'j u n k />cj .'ni rrel iiyiisel essy as / *vli i^.lii n g-; psalm s:  y/lo/a^deadihors&yj/hp  tvarik n /; -*pM������V. 'ybn' nu I������o IV diii^i*1 u e  :;/^df;^?shake 'of /.a/frog^ytyij^-scnjl holibjngrup,  ���������'/���������(TfliHli'dAwn\  2xi yX; pond ���������'��������� pf*?|re'd ftliis'tVgreaB C /;'.:& n thiisi asm;  '.v^t^d o>r^ r hL^ a lliiaUks "������i: p-in^^i   po^j' 'a^  y:/impb^si.Bl^  /'���������-. 't tl ro ii i? h-i'fe n t^B.1 a n o>w i th/ a .1) oiled carrot ;/a,s  /���������jampossible/as/to;^ 'ooenr./dry,;with a  '* -,claiUshe I i, or su ck; th '&X{l 1 f ,0f Mexico 'thro ugh  "yy' feo m e-?j i������! * T? /f������f to f-ji^n i, i n h y i ^ fo * a V 11 d  'j wi} wUK fefboyyvyl o? fei ^ oi'^ V Ly vjinuj up  /S^rflag^pie^itlr-a- fresh m ackerei sunder - each  ,  yr j a'; n ^ to rj a. ei i; f ^ <* i? a k |i������s/o ^ o pi p r w i tH  ���������n *tea z] e 4ii ed j to Uta itail;   o / f o i1 a m a a 5 y i H i  J ti\ i ui'sel f/over/7 a/:f en ce  b v,' tb e' :s trans'-'of / li is  Hi oo ts. % -TherV/is ar o h eiy/e 1 ads   pr  similes  - ���������v^carcel^asVpertinen.t^  j, fi s; ������v''ft n'j 's :l * 61" it; yi t .\ ill m p I j; ?i n y ay v'a i ou th  ',';_ 1 i k ej a a c?!rh o t b ric h b h t r ta 1 k ^ to i; ri i ra'*'. 1 ike - a -  '���������Drfch': uncle-;' K^ulin^ as p wsnkftt of cMpt,'"  "2U2y tjiek % iiatbanfjf; /uapp^ H^ficlam nl  tijir?!) j/atf1? ] 'fjuicl:''!   hmn ynn ean/sayijack  ^.'^ir^ou-vyhl'.;  all/posHessetl^ "like  fury.;  Tl'fi aM rudur',   i.j*h *-������il sixjy|;1 pf, quick .*u������  ; i-,fl n ? l hui g;_ m f* d as ho ps ; - ��������� ioj a y r I-L������ !if,i s:  .,/'yp i"|:o a <op ;   inn  lik?   I?}^yf]yiy  d. fulyt  H h a*nf a' d o or in ai 1 ;" ge t ti n g a 1 o n ^ li ke t w o -fo r ty  m2f2iXmnXi(yy ���������[ \.r>jeTjrftp ptipH  f^t^'/ "/ SIMS  ������*:5ii������  Mf# ���������/-, ^./ *������msd  2 myt Vyc?' /0?   mi k   ^Voj^ is.��������� Tui    Ko6 Oy  J'riiu.viis'j',m������^; dvt,ouiPin������ oij  Ju^ doom s>f  .   the wofVif^ay? /���������- ^Vih'.at ti.u's ciiahge'^ist-ijo be'  Vyt&jl iken oi'hQ n jectn rt/;/ 'Uu t'; we, see-; I n: Xi2'  lt������avens   ihun-irl^er   som^   dV-tuirlirc  ele-,  ', -';:. men ts, a ntl, so ni o /I n&i gati on..' of: -; tH e-iiv p ow e,r."'  '^bL iwapPHsiw of fc*olvf*n pldpr^ the descent  pi||i2io teo jpi c| sto%e,W tj j)01/ ?!i e  -gl oHey-Jtlie  ,y- wheeling cqraets, welding /their I dose material  an Ihe soter swftf;(���������-*h^   ^yl^iite ^n.phori'  ihVMir sail )H^3��������� (,Ly appearance-of new stars  "and/the.disappearance^of others, are alTfore-  ^^haflbwp.  of  that*;ijjvggnfiffig^po^ to  ^whjchMhe svstfu of thf -worth irf^dooined.-^-  '-I'htis placi'/i ono planet which is torbt3 burned-  lp?|iipt arid'uiifiep \he h?avep������^blc,hiare  to pasg.  ,rn&hr; ^hu^ ^ejulai^, .as it were," upon the  vf'cemeteirifs and dwelling upon' ithe mausole.-  Xyiinispf tor^nier wtfrlds'.'. 1 ei us tlearn:i'helegsqiis'  lifiof Immi 1 ijty-and wisdomUf ^ve. hlave''tiotvbeVtik  Jl^irea^laught in^th^ school or* revelation;^  no C'lsso^fitr',5 e^ e������a,m**d a ^Ornr-ehus <0 to,* I  t'gll Try? Pi^aVr1 is ^'.rnfloi-V-i^r s^CfTiach cpIj  derelopH itself'al try yy tyny oi ihe'jwnri I  rry.ke slo ^e^'otjpi jlH^insiX \ time r 'Sir-  s toipach;" tb at: de vel ops., X ra el! i n tli e. fam i ly  circle, ./and/wh ich/ .has;tnp thing/, incompatible  with ike duties of a crtisea/aiid/the fove of  conn try,;lifbr- -��������� ^hich th'e '"Repul) IIc wi 11'- ever  in b ke room; as i i il the rV i i I <y o < p ii yd h c ci -  d e ii ty} b ut that p f; e I j i ien! P i ca r d������is! a; pu bl I p  ^bdonien.^iu? rsign of w^^pvyb������c^! unyoalic^Q,  xl'C eaiM.ru of trca*uh :^e marto'of reacticn  ury *'duplicity ' - Cs&l&i1' iii ml to b,>: r>uob  m*^ Kty^t lilro. ���������   ' ;  ,yfy/;  ���������JMSCETiLAN-EOIJS.-  ^^gg|^������B- TIM -������m  HA.YS t/(.'fri.rcqae',,������ed by^-^pr^respec^abje pay  yi) fffy$Y Ij o/c aBy'Lsjs t i t'y/to/t lie ,e STi cac y^ofJn j.; sysipjxy  to/agym m'U.ti puMjo f Jt. fitcc tiuit, ��������� "'-   *     :  : 'Moses' Hairlnvigorata^  WILL IMU^nXT TULDXESS,      ~-  .      RESTQltB IIMR; TJiAT IS BEGO>MIHQ THIN , ^  OK FA-LLtNG1X>FF,-an<! oil-'ctu-'illy "  .   "CORE'SCUHF.OR DAKDKUFF.   y   yy  ->v:.v..-y y.y--y y-tyyyyy ������������������ ;.:-vyef^y:.i:y.;:������;vv; ...:y>-.-;;.y;-.,.;. yy. v---.-y :���������, yyy Vv;---  This is not a inpre assertion'-en my. partyasl have  iu rnv possess ion numdrpus t.es tirnpn ials oerti [yj ng to  the success of my romedy.' - ;  Tr I <ti) not 61 courS������ pre^eml tliat I can make.the hair  irow'on hejrds whlcli IiaVe.bcl,ii^ Imltlyfor y^ars/j/but  I wil-lginriatflo to: "^fop tlio hair from; fulling oft, to  ii'icrija^' its;growthVaadeffectuallyroraov������i$'ciinfor  Dandruir.       ,    ' ,        , W.   D: MOSES, ���������  1 '       BarkdrviUtt.jJi.Cy  ������������������'iy.'.y yy;;-;--.'-..---- -]  . y-.. .   --; '��������� y. ������������������-:- ��������������������������� - - ; " '���������;���������; ���������.-...-.. - ' -_-.    ������������������" -���������.. vy-:-;:;  lyylyxyllt y,t ycEimmpyx^lr-y   .... ,/,y,vy  Thisis'to/cw if] that during last spring; my liair*  wasrA'pi'o \y.falirng-'du't aiiUnny head \vastt;i!stij)1lcoMf:;  Bark^i^viUc^.whh'inia-jfovir weeks wstorcdiiiiyshaifetb  itsrtormer ���������licalth v s tit te   . ,��������� .. ^ DA VID GIBBONS. f  Barlcervilld D������c.'29;/1^0������:"*'"/. ;       "VfitX  .M^EvlMiE/BEST:  (    ! iHUYF, l:H:p] HlCS'!1 STO'CK-I - yy v .^  !,     PI ' U8lt/TH^!B^ST CO-ABIES'! -, , &  uAvtixriitim$Tic(^  '   0MU{>2X\m ilG&X HSSENOERbl'   .  '  ^vn<J:TIIE7jiVRlSrEST BUSINESS'!      -  'gO'UK D AYS A HE1 AD: Qj!  :/:!:/:iy/::H;M.:-M^  ^ REMEMBER   THIS I |g| 1 ;  " Tr'avellpra bv Hip FAST LINE SAVE  FROM .TU'EtYE TO TWENTY j>OLLA)IS  by  not loitering,  aa -other- lines do, on Uiis  fo'a d a/-r/:;/;t/;y;'- /'s? ?��������� y y:2X:Xy.: \ //y ;//>] - "y- 2}}; X2:Jy  ���������jel7^- /   s     ' -F. J-. BA&N'ARl)'./ ,  G-er (ywl'M. Jpiinspii's; Stages!  6iRRYING/ MR    ?if'iiLSTYB'   MAlt������  yvvw: vy!vy;'.'vy:'- "v'���������'7::'^'''yy^'"y/'-:';:',':-v-^iyy?-yyv^'���������v,1-,'.,::'.>:;���������'���������- - yv.--'y,.-:.,y--.'' y--. ;--  ��������� * t 11L   I y a-V c.y Ij ttia tr l V 111 o -' -������������������;��������� - ������������������������������������:; v.)VV- .,, V  ' ^     t , t '    i V   '  'OKHi KYEHY>oi:T/JiaiT/; _  ;'  .  FOR YALTD & JNTBRlfEMATE ^PtiAffes;  iplXh y,"'  ���������'hif;;J?''\.t..,.i;  -   .Tjhe FLORENCE .is ih,e best SowJ ng  ^ Machlne^for^Farnily^use^becaus^  "s^sfeTdorh" jgfet's^iitfof orqer^* Iftn^ro'  . ijs-one not syorkihg; weli ?!������',,'.>:.,'   ,2^  ltxipmi0R^  pilIrOREG������!N,^Klii-!Ma:���������'-Xxyyy y,  ' AyASHINGTO'N TERRl'TO'RYrV  /'yy/:!HivAfM|:i;fe$f^  :   IDAHO,..-       .-���������  -    f   : -      -'  /^:if"AS;SKA/a;/^:S:i  of/n \m cuiimBiy '  'SvS:l!EXl!Sf||lf  ��������� ^������-:JAPAN, 1 : || || ��������� > ' - -:  Or. CHINA; if fnfb>ynd;df %'i will'  Cx if without   my, expense;tot the,  r.owhex.yj -/Y/-1'-' -, -^/ Vh, '������������������!-. ^-^y/Zv^-f:..;  W* W Montgpmejj Btrest, South, ,  ' GRAND HQThBWLte ,;  Send-for Circulars a'nd.samples of  thework.i 'Active Agents wanted JnY  every place,   .  l||l������lli;l  jel0.6m   - -   :   ���������-1"   c   ' ������������������    Viclori't. 13.0:  m  mumoN's..  CARRIES  LETTERS, TJJiSAS.iriE. VALUABLE?, ,....;  iX-FRE.SS.FBElGIi^:AKO EASSS^OBKS;  ���������^T^-Rl^VC^D'  Ry:V7r;E/S/^  4 '8^&^cteii)it$yXjw  business donq with'punol.u/i|ityaiiil jUsjtatcb: ���������ry/ !  ^^.&ffip'e-'oi'th'e.;C^ri.hOj^ .,,''., yyyy,  1     IDAYU) KUJRtZJS ^TOTrtE,"   ) .  ,y ap29 ' ' : ������4 Y      -Barkervilife:-" '  &  iJUSKBEGErVED:  'AT'-'K-EN^IE S.  ���������?  ;Y.v'!'-y/'Jf';--: ^''' j Y/A- large.supply.-of Y '"y-y-y ; "\y.  Fiite.yU'ii&rciotliiiij  yyXisAmks XNbvGENTLEMM.S'2  aiiwiiiM������'  KJ  fc%M&tMmGr xOmEr EM  Ti fIN E R S yA N J) /T it AB BBS i w i) 1 fi nd i t to rthci r ? 'art-  |||gli|gi|i|i|pi|/pl  - ;Yv^/!-y^i>/'T ;^...^^^|:^Wl'yi? vy ^ :y:v;y.tv,������..':v.::  /. ���������* . p^clared^bj^Goimolssears'tobe  -,       '/  ,  -  -'yyy  Ml  ���������';  '*!? JBPy? JtCEttf: XNP TtlK j "'Ll T K.-. 3f EAT;--'A n ,.ojll  ^^;S.i;cbntauiihgIndth  !Orano. baB._tUe;fdl!o^^g: f ?������ Rf?d/.T������cket {so], BOOTS    'SHOES  1KB   ;SIIPFEESy  sjjvjij Il^cn ^wn^j's/iiv^h rave;clii<f f o f - the SeheeaS V  -^p^rpii^^-.i^ili/tc; Qanandu ig(%:r-hb t./arrtviri^  ^fltii^^S^ i n^eir;-/ -tlye/jgirt '.^te:;> p i'dgrei/UcJ  ���������teMe/-pWparawo^  caretes^nefisi'w/��������� tfiuiUmg it ,woul(il!:.(Io y^vell  ^o,iigh;ior/ap jadia^ table ^ a  ytfthj o fi hi es t)lh?^a^ een - visj t<id; Jy^t (1 e k ie^  //RjJttSacke t^d^nin'jCM^Sbe ��������� ta h|e; :|in <J .^eei ii J ���������  HK/I^s^cts bjii^il^en^a^l on;tlie/m<jaV."l&'fc���������:  ?.the'.Slsh-^f^heajkTj'aiVa/gjjiced ;.i.i,:,pn ,thi$ hi 11/ of  t lie ,;S opv. :^t?ppeii'^  ���������^tely; jtook'-a i hi ab cl :d jsc jiiir^eS!:; th e con t������ n U  ihitni^/the/yrnea^ of the/iiui  fliaririedial l/the .hpiis**!. /The^flift-/' to JnqViire  liiill^d^tis^n^t^fltorti/he  yt^By New 'Gooda ��������� wii 1 be received every  vweekclurlngrjheseaisbh.���������g^ -  ������������������/;;:/Xy6f.-cte:b'e^  VX:J..VP)  t /Forsalo.nt.ihe^torc.Qf. tlie uptlcrsip'iiedin,Barker  vJll^op^shctho^ankoYiJriiiiliCoitfmbia/    v ���������:  ' ; -yyry yy-yyyX.yyy.yr   -'���������-������������������W-������-KmxiiR2':2  lTl./vaii:Ugb;,to:-j)ur^ there. i.-j  i'^A^i^BT^-'er 60098  o.C ihe..vory, 1)es.l.-f 1 oscri.pt ioh on haii(1,. and ttio [stock  /constantly.repienislit^! hy:ho������.v'arrivuls,/.Theproprie-  yyy "'y X''X" '"^ t<>r wi 1.1 sell Goods' ��������� ''"'"'���������  y /:/:/  AS: GHSA^ ��������� vA^YAWY -tN" ���������; CARIBOOy';  Orders proraptly filled arid forwarded. v.*i tli. dispalch.  ������������������ Xy yyr       '!"��������� 11 yJXMy Ll-SDH-iRD/^-  ��������� e^xt-tuohi agamst,Frauds���������Tiief a ucc^f on this  mos t .dei^ion s,- ^ivd / j: u urivi|l 1 e/d Q.onfl | n^ en t>: lia vi ns  causpil cor tai u dealer s.tora^ply; il\fi. ��������������������� /in <|OlH j/^rpejfy  tcfslvjrh" i?a*u/o: 2' y lo/t-ii ei r !<o^A i hi"cr 1 or. wjinpojiiijtl s/tth^y  i)(i&l}i> i% h^reliyiiii^rniecf timttlic Only wajyid^iro-'  uuve th.tYg.eh u 1 ue,. i s lo   l^ -     >; ���������   - ��������� y   /   ' <' jy "  I  ASK-'-FOE-1 'LEAW^' FERRIES*    S^lJJCE  aitii^tor'se'C ���������tha^thoir^amo^^rc upon tlic'Tnuriait.  ���������r-A;i$ii&s,'sTOi'Pi-tR;/ui (1 iiy] tj j: .    j       *     " ^'  ' ���������  ���������j Som i*ji>l,t^c)V>l:viyn-: inurke,tfi lifiyinpfboeii supplied  ivlCi lj^ bi^p dr i ftiw^i^V ������ rciH ^,tt" rs Ui [rs.JS*i u cv:. ii -i|0n" 4bU'C( ivi������ic-^  pcV'jfnd' 1 ahets'hi" whVch ti)</n fthie's oi Iiea:a n<\ ;Porrii^s  liaTe W'2i forgody'Y//-aifii'' "P./'give':d(Yjco Uiltt/tbe^ ^  liaro funtlslif't,/tli^ir oorre/Bppndents Hyhiitpowcr 0  attprney^io/taUv ;1 nat^ii typFf>0bftd 1 iigs agninat/sii^.  FA^urtKitiHmil -ivHN-p)^Hft.<ji| Rueli|f;Oi)titty^o.thor-iipU^r���������  Uoji/s l\y wlii c)v th wi r (gliVm a y^vc.infrin^o^ ��������� , fy y}y  '���������^1si6y%^'Ax&^^^fii$B^ Sauce ax^l see^  r <E^aih^' foil' Wrapper Y Label, /Bottle,/aii4  ��������� Stopper-.-"���������"���������������'. / y; J> ' ';.'*"' ��������� ' ! yyyy J [  '] {Wlioriisiilcyah^t fi)report tiy''1 b^fi^rniiyiisl^^;--^?4*JV  qastern; Gr.<->sseanil f\]������okwc)hLKiiddu, &c.'��������� J &o.; !^������^  W.Gvf)^e.r������:Jiu<'.t)iJiiieJv universally..-y ii/y/'fir - :;yy-  ������  Ti  m^T  %  hid iisdMwdvMei  ;/::iiip::iiBB:;to''0EiE-  -jsXT - as ������*Bftl   ���������  ,- , A, GILMOEE,.,  GOVERNMENT /STREET, YrCTORIA'; TJi  :y .y-y.'-/-. '. /..,'" .-";       ~  -���������.-::���������/..���������.:   : ������������������ y.-:M  TTASp^HANO, A^I) IS-eOKSTAKTLV recfilviTiitya  11 ; In rue;, ^jsort.tneilt of ./CIX)Tli S,i}CASSIM J5RKS  anil : V EST IN.G S.- '.w i ������.j������ b yb q -.is; prepare ii. Lp ��������� i h a.ko !��������� t<������:  ordorin ti\omus11lpj>riiverl sty\v.s..". ./...  <������&" PariiWt o'n"i\'ilIiani! <.roelccfln  It.'fvo. their  i near!n res*. r.n k <:ji ..h y Jul r if j; Ca 11 u i n, 11 iir k o r \i! jo.  ������������������; : > /:. ���������  4j5?������ ' A'l 1 orcl ors from Ca ri! > oo p ro m pi rl y a c toji <i e.������i to  .'���������   ,'/-. 'my6. ���������    . ���������    "... i������a  Mi  ^iBqi^-;!;:;Prb^  ^���������^'MRKERyiLBB:1 '���������;;-. Y^:Y-;0  ���������"/A!^ ���������TITTSYstQRi'i WTLIi/ALWAYS :BE'FOUN������rA  'YL' / wen-selected, stock of tho * v'=^' ���������*' y  :; Jy '���������������������������.,./���������*''��������� ���������:��������� ���������';'/  Pre sixes t <��������� y i&r 6Gerfe^-l|j_a^;  : f>" j1-'y ;���������'���������.':.'��������� "��������� '.   y* ".���������'.'*." '" '���������'- - ���������" .-:'���������. . , : ���������-., .-    y ��������� ��������� -- '.ryv-' "  ;^'/-",r;:/^ST  Boasted and Ground dully./ ,:.   y,   y   ;  iBiios;.i^l-|f!iIf||Ii^  WiVero a Jpod assortment: of: Gouds^wilt always b.fly  !uau;<iv"? ��������� ���������' .'-'���������a";;/'./:���������'' i''* ���������/:. ��������� ;:/ "VV '' '���������.������������������;./:-Ys"<������$  T-wi**. by strlnfc a i'tent Ion; tp' bw?lneps 'andfajr.fln������;i  pn. u ���������! rjir jtpglInnr i^/iiOMl t: .i-, WtiUn'vi/inc������ fit ��������� tb* fi!?*������*  patrviiAS^'borcukfi^ ex trad ������d t<* .������*

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