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 iagea  wii  m  vommi  Barkerville, William Greek, ;<BGf,, Saturday, March 8, 1873:  No. 18  .���������;';'|Publlsl^every Saturday by  ^ 0 ,B E; R X ..^Hip^L^^W. AY.9  Bubfaori^tipn; :-i >^5Q: Cents per Week.  that port fr������m foreign; countries 291,217 .-parsons. The number of arrivals during t&e  past year etoeeded those., c������ 1871 by oWr  50,000. The nationalities of the immigrants  are as follows :    . ���������:.  HOTS oF^ApyiihOTteiwi;.'  ;ua| e (one j ncli j,. li"rs ti hsei  ** v     onemont  tFo| t wa squares,, rt rs ti tns ortlon,   . -  }$���������/:& \k :U4-->^;-dtte.tn'ontii- '-,/��������� \  ; /For on e square (onci ncli), firs tl hsen I on,  ������������������ t" .  .    -** . one month.   -  S3  G  2*'  8  Agenfefor tlie V Cariboo 'Sentinel.1*!  f ; TTan Winkloy ���������*-���������**;  >-y-;;- QuoshelmnrithV.":.!;  fMa Orotic, / --',  .  . ,.,.;riinton,--.- *-^jy:^'-'.  ��������� .//Yale,../ >.���������,,:-/   -  '���������'-, New Westminster,  ,2 Victoria,'; iv /;-//  ������������������.- I^R-Fisher/Vyy-  ��������� ?'���������'% 8Bean ^fe Co^ // x-( .<-  " ^.tStrectr ' ;M- -,l  x?-:X '���������' - ���������: '>-^'f *^Av^rMci.irh������?i'  -"'"''��������� ''"r: /./ ���������/ rlarnnriPpRxprosp  ���������;���������/ ..>;/.- ?_.<���������./���������/. Barnard's Express  ;-     . /**.      Bernard's Express  ���������}}������������������     ,-      y     ttO "./.' dO    -.  ;/ "yy .- ;.-/-./' John Murray. .  <������������������// ������ '-  ���������/; ;������������������;    -MrWebster.  ry'* .������ y,lvLrf , San*. Fran ei sen  ;/> /  -'^Vi' '* &nriFranci������en  -:'.-   30 Corn hill, London,SS. C.  TUE oartboo sentinel  V -i *  ii'rf  ;<"JjtrrJp ,$i rcti la rsfPost prKand^prtiierainmes for  ,y., /Baits and Theatrical En ter tnih meats    /  .���������^h'Ex������'c/iited wi th 'ifcn tnewnnd dispatch.������^������gf  M'; yi:t'.*i^  -. German Empire,  England,  Ireland,  IbI? of Min, .  V^Scotland, .  ''"Wale^ \y. .  , y Denmark^.:  ...Norway,   ,".  V Sweden,   .  1 , Austria,   j  Bohemia,.   .'  .  Hungary,   /y.':/  / Switzerland./  . Luxeinboutg,:  Holland,  ���������Belgium,    :  * Russia,- y ������������������'"'��������� "*  France, .-   ''���������'���������  : Italy,-   .;  3115.415  34.581  63,995  ���������',  151  9,100  3,416  :   -4,672  y  6 406  11,131  .  1.266  : 3.633  .  359  4.490  ,1.102  3.472  622  ^���������137  ' 2,746  5,858  ���������     ;     ������������������.-. ���������-;--. "    291,217 ;  Great Britain aua Ireland Tarnish : J 11,^43,  the German Empire. 115,415, and the Scandin.  avian countries 22.209, or a total; of... 248,^67  It will be perceived by an ekftminationof the  table that'nine-tenths of the immigraiiis! are  from countries nortib of \ tbe ,46th paralftl of  latittMSev ::-'  i . The destination of this large boSy of imthi-  gran ts was as .follows: r . /,       y  MISCELL'ANISOUS;  Tahwinklej'  'tore;:  Fe  arid complete assortment of leterythmg  till; ��������� trade ^^uires^  aM ofl^  HOTELS, RteTAURANTS;; &c.  rewery  :.-��������� SODA CREEK.  Snda Creek, March 5���������Dm ing the last few  ������flays the p^es from the south-west have been  ���������of uhuwiilSioloi^i; Jljajbe/tlfe^et between  Alexandria and the Australian ranch the tele-  frraph line.was badly^damaged. As the gales  continue a man is lef^t to patrol that portion  of the line. Yesterday the raiu descended in  torrents. Everything very dull. Sleighing  wy ba#.  /Barnard's Express, with /the/ up mail, left  here yesterday morning.  "������������������'!-"--'-".'������������������":? ���������r'TB^p^iN<fi'>;^---  London, Feb. 2^8���������A collision occurred in  /the' harbor s6f Cadiz between thei ships Tres  Marias and Cirlass.   It Is etated that 90 persons were drowned.  -;:finish* Hjouso/pf'(fcmmQna/;teday Julian  f Goldsmith gave notice thai W Monday nest  he should ask the Government whether it was  true that the actual Josses s by the United  States were twoJ and a half ^million dollars  less than the award made at Geneva, and  California,   J  . -2,500  Canada,  " 3.600  HHnotA,  34,000  .Indiana, ���������. xV- .&-������*i *- \ ���������-  "22 yy-<y:2xw  ; Iowa, : /r" -��������� -���������   ���������"-  ������������������4.6019  Kaneaflv        :  ���������:     .1,600  Kentucky,  ���������"���������'������������������  800  Maryland,  1.500  Massachusetts,    -'������������������  '12,000  Michigan,       ���������  15.000  Minnesota,  ;    6,000  Missouri,  4,000  Nebraska,  . i.eoG  New Jersey,  10.000  New York,  109,000  Ohio,  16.000  Pennsylvania,  ���������:,"���������'   30,000.  Rhode Island '  1     2.500  Wisconsia,  13,000  didy selected r as sort-  meii^S^^^ cannot  8^ ftwal^  price^: liyiiyll  VaillancoTir, Lavery & Go  XSUCCESSORS TO N-'CUNIOj]  Beg' to Inform their friends |aad tlio pui) Iir tbat that  havo taken LDo well known premises in Barkerville-  so liing favorably patroniseiijwhlie in the occupaUua  ol'^rN/Cunio; y ���������-.:.-  ly*-.'-���������/  jr yy y. y, ^  --:y  Xy      '���������   Vy 'yX ;   :        .  The ���������elel)ratedr\XXX:Alv  will bo manufactured and^sold^byiWUolesalc^ncl U������  tail in its purity, and '- ������������������ .-.���������/.  t  yUy ,v2 . X W. LINDHARD.  whetber tbe American Government .would  remit that amount.-/? The reading ofthe <juef-  tion was followed by cheers.  The Great Eastern has now on board 2600  miles of cable, and the telegraph fleet witb  the additional cable which is to be laid for  the Atiglo-Americau cable on board, will sail,  the last of tbe week. It is expected tbe cable  will be in working order before the 1st J[uly  y   EffortB to settle' the strike ia South Wales  bave failed.  v .The Senate of the University of Dublin  . voted to petition Parliament for a reduction  of the Education Bill.  Berlin,  Feb.  28���������It is reported that the  ' / Great3P6%ers of fEhrope hayeragreed to postpone the/recognition of the Spanish Republic  for a fortnight  IMMIGRATION.  Tine Report of the Commissioners of Emigration for the City of New York shows that  from the first day of January, 1872, until the  2{jtU day.of December last^ there arrived, at  PiBB Proof Napt.ks.���������A Naples correspondent of the Presse writes:   The reports of the  great Sre at Boston wirprisethe Neapolitans,  unaccustomed as they are to such disastrous  conflagrations. . If houses were built, as here,  of incombustible materials, such fires would  not tak������ place. Wooden staircases in Ameri-:  can'bouses are one of the chief causes of the  rapid spread of fire, serving, as tbey do, as a  means of carrying the,.flame8.. from story to  story/   Here '^the^ jtairways. are...always of  stone. : They form ��������� a /barrier against the  ascent of fire, instead of opening the way tor  its progress.   The floors, also, are all laid in  tiles, and /certainly: nothing /can /bey more  decb^iivej iniitat6d as they are from ihe  pavements ot Pompeii, or more pleasing to  the eye or more grateful to the tread io the  heats of summerf They are/ of course, perfectly fire-proof;   In winter, covered- with  carpets, they are as warm as any other floor,  would be.  The ropfs.are made tire-proof with  tiles, slate of cement.  Van. Yolkennurgli & Co.  ���������s.  BARKERVILLE/ RICHFIELD  .-And���������  The bestlLiqnors & Cigar?  constantly kept on hand..- y->- Xyyj) 2. 'y.y;���������  / :���������'  .  -       '' ���������       <    * .     . \     ' '���������','���������    ������-....'        '     ���������    ' -i i '  ���������'���������-*.'"���������"-'"'������������������     V.J        ;   '��������� ���������     !  '   :  The Lodging Department  will bo' always carefully Jattendod" tb:,.andtho best  Beds: and. acconimodaUun .pruvided .tor their/ cua������  tomcrs.    .... ,.    ;,..   A .; ���������    Xyy  ������������������ d������W.  V  )  LiaHTNING- CREEK.  MIL S; P. PARKER  HAVING- PURCHASED THE ABOVE  Roud from Mr J. J. Robertson, bogs to inform  the travelling puUJicand the. Miners of Cariboo tluil  he will do his utmost to sustain tbo well-earned re*  putaiion of tbo house as a urst-ciass Hotel,  A SUPPLY OF THE  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Will as usual-he furnished with tho best the Market  aflordb������  Is wclljjstocked with Spirits,' Ales, ;Wlafl������ and Cigars,  AND  enoy,  Burkerville.  HAVE been rcqucsiod by several respectablo par*  > ties, who pah testily to the efficacy oi'my system,  to again make public the fact that  Moses;' Hair Invigorator  WILL PREVENT BALDNESS,  ���������    RESTORE. HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN  OR FALLING OFF, ami cllectually   .  : CURE SCURF OR.DANDRUFF.  , This i s not a"mere assertion on my part, as I have  in my possession numerous testimonials certify ing te  the success of my remedy.   ,  I do not of course pretend that I can make the hair  grow on heads which have been bald for years; but  I will guarantee to stop tho.hair from falling off, to  increase its growth, and effectually remove Scurf or  Dandruff. W.D. MOSES,  Barkerville, B.C.  CERTIFICATE.  This is to certify that during last spring my bai  was rapidly falling out and my head was fast becom  ing bald.*-when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES,' Barber  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair) ;  its former healthy state DAYlDGlBilONS-   j  Iferkeryillo Dec. ^WW-    "���������' .vM *^?' 1  Are comfortably furnished,; and ft largo addition to  tho number of rooms is now being made. .,_. ���������,  Are tbe best in the Upper Country, and will  always be well supplied with Hay and Grain.  : fu2s0  THE BANK OFBRITISH NORTH AMER-  i iCA at VICTORIA will until further nutico pay  on money specially lodged Interest at tlio rate of  Four per cent, per annum  on rdeposits ;subject to  . teen Days 'not co of with  drawal/and*.  Five per cent, per annum  on"Deposits|subjcctgto Tnirty JDnys^notice tofjwith*  drawal. f .      ������������������.. "��������� .-���������"'���������   ��������� - . ���������' '  B HENRY A. TUZO,  Manager Victoria Branch.  October 18,1872. '" v " <������20 ^n  SUR V E Y O R-  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED  On reasonable terms.  ^* Orders left at 5Ir Kelly-s, BarkervHlO;  will ha atod������4 to������ my^5 tf  IM  ^iw^kuui^^tJwa^'smMytaijg : THE'CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATOR&AY, MARCH fi, H875.'  ^ ' :y ''    .VICTORIA. ���������  Victoria, March 3���������The report .that"tbe. Lt.  Governor ia about to Tesiga ia renewed with  the close of the session. Some say that the  resignation will go forward by next mail, but  we are inclined to tfrtark tbat the resignation  <dep������ad8 upon the shape of railway matters  during the*, next two months. Rumor adds  that Judge Grey, Who has bad a lifelong experience with Responsible Government, .will  succeed Mr Trutch ���������.[Colooist - y | ' ���������'*  Nicola Stwrello, a iflsfh ���������deader, died very  suddenly on Wednesday night at the French  bospital. Dlsense of the heart is supposed tb  have been the cause of bis death, lie was ft  native of Italy, and carried on business near  4ne.uorner -of.&orormnent and Yates streets.  Victoria, March 3���������Dr. Helmcken has/been  appointed a Provisional Director of fcbeiCa-  nadian Pacific Railroad Co. / //  'W.I, Armstrong has been appointed .Minister of Finance and Agriculture and Clerk  of the Executive Council,  ���������married;-strangled bis young wife; being angry ibecause she bowed to a former lover  whom she ^n^efc/on returning from ehurcb.���������  When -as ked wtiere t is wife was, he rep lied  4h afe she was deafli and told: the!'story; of her  death, i Tlie/murderer was ;arresterly tfy the  po^ce,:who with difficulty :-.saved hmfroni  being lynched. ��������� ��������� yyy ;//y   ?  -/���������   'UNITED: states; y.  Seattle, W.Ti, March / 3d--The company  placing ^ 'steamer oh the route between Port  Townsend and Semihatnoo have had eub*  scribed a raehtbly subsidy of something over  $200. Tbe people of New/Westminster are  interested, and as soon as onr service is: os*  fcablisbed they will put on a line of stages between that place and Semihamoo to connect  with us;   :���������'; y''  /.^_ //  "    ��������� r������r 2 ' ������������������'  New York, March.-, 1���������The U; S. steamer  Supply: eails for Trieste to-dayl with every  variety of American products and inachiaery  for IheJYienna':Exposition., XX B     Vy >  Toledo, March 1--At Findlayr. Ohio,on  Tuesday, Nicholas Bensenquer, an old roan,  jealqus pf .bis young ������vlfeand H."&. Gartier;  a yosng raaii ��������� boarding with the;/ family, :. entered Gf ar tier'sroom and sho t and kil led him;  '���������;.'San/^raneiscd, - Eebj ^ih-|Ajraaii nasaed  Gratch sh p t h irasel f last night at the Farm ers'  Exchange;/ Ue went to the hotel:and asked  lodgings"ah.d was accommodated;- As be did  Edwin Johnson has been .admitted.to pt&ty mi inake his appearanoe 4u the morning, his  lice as a barrister in Victoria^  ' The Ottawa Free Press says the Post Offices  In British Columbia are to be increased in  number to 138 aud tho routes greatly expended.  it son of Richard Gotten d. pf Victoria, was  drowned In a well on the 27th til t.      \ ' ��������� t.  The Survey of the country from Howes  ���������Sound to Lillooet will commence on 1st of  April. xy ..   ������������������.-.... ;.      .      ^  The latest thing talked about Is that Bar-  -clay.Sonnd will be the terminus ofthe C. P.  i Railroad.-- '������������������ '2y     X.X- -.-���������-.., ���������'-. -t\- .  Counterfeit twenty dollar greenbacks are  in circulation here. /��������� '-���������>..  On and after 1st March the Cable Tariff to  Great Britain and Ceylon will be $1 35 per  word,/to France $23 50 f ������r'/ten xords or less,  and $ l 35 'for each ad di tio ri al word ���������/'.���������//';  On Monday morning Supt. Lamb found tbe  Fidago-Lopeg cable broken in two ;��������� grappled  forand secured it, and buried an end on Friday, but bad io seek shelter from a storm before he could find tbe other end. The simr,  Etta White is ferrying the|telegraph business  across tbe break in the cable.  Victoria, March 5���������The following appoint-;  <ments have been made: Sherifls���������RyWoods  for Vancouver Island ; H. V. Edmonds tor  New Westminster; Geo. Byrnes for Cariboo.  TL C.Mason, Deputy Registrar of Supreme  'Court; W. C. Berkeley, Audit Clerk.  By Proclamation, the Gold Mining Courts  are mergsMato County Courts.  By Proclamation, Cariboo, Liltooet. Yale,  SCootenay ann New Westminster dishicts are  ���������created Road Districts.  diplomatic corps was represented by its principal members. A toast to the Presidentwas  offered by Bis mark, and Bancroft gave the  health of tbe I^peron;  /y  MISCELLANEOUS  room was forced open, when he was found in  bed partly unconscious, with.a bullet wound  extending from his;forehead down his face.  The wound will disfigure him for-life, If it  does not prove fatal.    .  Virginia;* Nev., Feb. 27-^ This morning,  about half-past one o'clock. Mrs Mackay.  wife of the. engineer of- the Gould & Curry  hoisting works, while on a visit .io ber. husband at the works, had 'feer dress caught in  the machinery, aiid she was 'braised and torn  almost to pieces",from the right hip to the  knee. The flesh was entirely stripped to the  bone and the right shoulder badly"shattered,  from the. effects of whicVshediad almost instantly. She was only 15 years old, and had  been married but a few months, ;' -     '  Pioche. Feb. 28���������It is reported that 500  head of Texas cattle perished ju the/late snow  storm in Spring Valley nrbuntalns; 90; miles  from here, XyV  ^Gilrojv Cali;-- Feb. 27~The d^er.of the  stage that runs between/this p-lacet^and Fire-  bough's Ferry, reports tha fc upon arriving at  the latter place last night he was met at-the  station by two Spaniards ,wbpj~a-fter making' pranisi and Fred; Mil Is, 8/hUU claims* .pii.'/ the  The Dominion Parliament meets to-day./ V robbe*8,*n4 all except 0tte were Spaniards.  bim get out of/the; stage, toqlchiiriinto yihe  stationi where he found all the menfbelonging  to the station tied;; After securing the driver  they searched him and the/passengers./^tiey  got $2^0 from G^Ii/Hpffraan;4 $20' f^m the  driver, and $27 from a man named A lien:-���������  After the : rohbers hadogot ihrough their  search tl*ey/pade^  Wejlsj Fargoi aiyCp;, op|n his saK in which  they found $ 100.   There were eigh t or ten  yy ������ v   j MlNINGr MJCORDS.    ���������     ;/..;.:,  ��������� ry xy 2 .'"-///;/���������,:.. c^KM^������biib^;: y''' ���������- ���������  ;. Thlgtle/cou���������Jan. 27���������Recorded in favor of  James Montgomery, and. Adam Clotworthy.  200 feet 6f ground at lower end and 100 feet  at upper end of j^Rilstle; cb., tpfbo^ worked/ in.  conjurictibn witli the Thistle cb.-~bill claims^  Corar co���������Feb.'8���������Recorded in favorof W.  F; Anderson, AvJicDonatd,/W/W, Dodd, C:  House, R. Devlin, C.:Vaiilancour, J,iBljder,  W., Davison, W. B. Steele, N, Grunbanm, J.  W/Powell, and W;yflcQaaig, :1200 feet ol  grwno!.above the Queen cb.}sclaim.  XlJifM co.-rFeb. 13���������Recorded in favor of  John Dunn. W. Hitchcock, Jbs. Moore. John  Malco'lm, Donald McRao, Robt MeNab, jas.  Newland, Jos. Portman, Andrew Jfeffray^ tach  one;/Interest; G. A. Veith!(iind/Pi.;McB^oy, J  each j interest. / Re-recbrd. yCylyyV "} t'-x  : ��������� J Foster cb^r-Febr 13��������� Recorded in favor of  F;Nf Foster 2 interests John Gpbdson 1^ in-  ierestj Thos. Bell, /James Inries.yE/ IL Kim-  bail 1 X Andreiw BerriII, Colin Roiss, Peter  Brown, each 1 interest; C. VaiIlaaconr^ T.  Lave ry, ea c h | ih te r es tt;; W; ':j- Hi tc be ock '$ W.  Smith, Fr*d. Littler. Dan. Macdbnald, each  Hnterestj beiDg 1500 feet in/-'all.; re-record  Canadian co���������Feb. 22���������Recorded in favor  of Autoine Balisb and B. A. Maury, 200 feet  of the Grouse creek Flume ground/adjoining  the lower line of the Canadian co., io form  part of that company ; re-reeord.  Taiismun co.���������Feb. 21���������Rword^d in favor  of \VY W. Owea, Geo. Gadd, and F. Hansen.  300 feet of ground bri / Grouse creiek, commencing at the lewer line of tho Taiismun co.  and ,;runnin^ down stream ; to be worked in  conjunction with and form part of tho Talis  mnn co.   '"   ' V,  .' ,;   -  Huneen/co,��������� F������b. 22~Rpcbrded iii favor  of B. VanVolkenbnrgh. John Martin, J. H.  Todd, Fred Hansen. Geo. Spruce, T. R. Pat-  tullo, J. Lindsay, aud J. L. Crimp, ������ach one  full interest, consisting of fiOO'feet creek  claims; re-record. y      y  :   ,    . :  ..:.   ���������      ���������������������������;   LlGHTXIN*OyCKF������BK-.'-.:^y..   '      !   :  .Victoria co.���������Feb, 24���������Recorded: in favor.  of.Jacob Holmes. Geo. Afills. Pat... Lynch,i J.  \y i lki nso n. J. Be 11, R i ch ard Raw 11 n gs. G. S o-  DR-CHIPP'S  DRUG  STORE.  ENOLISH pRUGS������  yy   PATENT MEPIO^NES,  / PROPRllETAR/ir ARTlbliES,  (Mev^ier's iAfa fbr & Hair  ���������'*o6vghLdz^NGisi^iHi; V  Kj&; TebtH: carefully Extracted and Filled;; y  ?  jSSSh Prescriptions and Family Recipes a������*  curately prepared..- ;<y  . Barkerville, Nov.20, 1872. no23  /.A*       PEIfBOLA,  BARKERVILLE,  PBALKH IN  Q-roceries, Provisions and  ���������Liquors,  The best Java Coffee  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE.  ;.  :;,../,.   '.D EP0T..-F.0 R.-  -  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  i  f?  Ci  ::i  U  A  i  i  :.4  A  fe^ LILLOOET  on hand,   i  OiNIONS  and  BEANS  V   II02J5  ANTELOPE  '���������_   ,..������V---/--:"  The Quebec Court House, with all"Us Con-;  tents, was destroyed by fire on 1st February.  So serious was the loss of public records and  legal documents tbat the Bar 'held a meeting  and adopted the following resolution : Tbat  an' address be presented to bis Hofi.ofrltbe  Lt- Governor praying him to convene a meeting of the Legislature at the earliest day possible for the' p it rp ose of p aesin g I a ws to alte-  viate as much as possible the losses .and io-  coiiveniences arising from the destruction pf  the .Court House, v y /? ?y,    y.y. ���������-/-' /';'';'/:i ': /���������  PASSENGERS PER ^STEAMER PRINCE  ���������'v--^;'- :y:- ;. ���������Alfred.;.;    yxy.x  'San 'Francisco, March 7���������Passenger list per  stmr Prince Alfred for Victoria, which sailed  on Cth inst: E. G. Steen, wife and two sons;  Captain Parsons and wife, J. L. Jungerman,  ������C- R;, Rickman, M rs C. Yeates, Lieu t "Rodeera'  and wife, J. I. Murray. C. Murray, H.S/Mas-  t^rs, Geo. Dietz. Charles Barrett, Marclon L,  Fowler and three children, Jas. Morrison,  Charles Songster, C. L. Thompson W. V. Sex-  imeth, F, J. Barnard, IL M. Bali, N. IL New-  berger, Robert Howell, Charles N. Thain, ,S.  II Tompkins, John Daley, Mr Kobu8tacim,;C  F. Fechheimer, and twenty-two in steerage.  NEW WESTMINSTER.  Sh-.   -  New Westminster, March 6���������Barnard &  Co.'s Express, with.: the nails, left by canoe  ^for Yale this morning at 1.1 .o'clock. Passengers : J. F. Barry, E. Pearson, and Charles  Semlin, M.P.P.  Weather; mild. Gardening has-commenced  ..here.-,-.  .       *  CANADA.  Quebec. March'4���������Yesterday I0@0 police  '���������were stationed at the polling places. The  ���������roughs demolished three polling booths, and  'wexo thereupon charged by the military, who  dispersed them. The city was under martial  ������Iaw all day.  A.frightful murder was perpetrated at St.  Mapher ,on Sunday.    One Benoit, recently  EUROPEAN.  London, March:; 4���������Tbe annonncement of  immense frauds on the rBank .of England  causes/ the /greatest excitement in financial  circles. It is impossible to state the amount  and extent of the: forgeries as everything is  enveloped in mystery. The Bank of England  cautions <tbe public against negotifl^ing certain 5-20 and 10-40 bonds, aggregating $220.-  000, It is thought the forgeries were committed by American swfendters.* The /forgery  was discovered by Rothschild noticing some  bills on which different ink had been used-  There ward for the capture of the forgers has  been increased Id -620.000.  . London, March 4���������The strikers in Mertbay.  at & meeting to-day, resolved to return to  work on the masters' terms for two weeks,  and trust to the masters* honor to -advance  wages on the third week. It is probable this  decision will end the long strike.  Baye nne, March 4���������A passen ger train for  France waa stopped fey the Carlists on Saturday last 16 Biiles north of Barcelona and  compelled to return, Insubordinatienis rife  among the National troops. The authorities  have resolved on vigorous measures too&eck  north side of Lightning creek^i comrheucing  atlhe lower side oLthe/^ictoria/claim ^nd  ru n ni ng u p s tre am, to form par t i^of : the Victoria; co.j 're-record.- }2y\Xyyy. ���������yyyyVV 'X:  yyyX-y .- .JACK OF CLUBS CRBklc/;//:./ '        :"'v  ^Pacific cc^Feb: 25���������Recorded injfavoribf  A/dani Steele,"J. Ppmeroy, J. Johnston, M;h'.  Pinkerton, Win. B������own. John Pinkerton, J  Canneli, Hobart ?lynn aD^;^.TIos^)i:d, 800  feet ��������� of grou n d. com ni en c l ng a-1 the 1 o wer } ini*  of Last Chance co. and- running: down Mc;  Lehnan?8 gulch, 600 feet ereek claims.      y ';  Polwb Court.-^-Yesterday * two Indfans  were brought up before the Court charged by  Chief: Constable; Lindsay with d run lie nn ess.  T%e charge was' jiroyedy and: the prisoners  finedy$ l 25 each, "Alfred /Lewis,: a mopn-  striicfe Taifor, was charged with annoying Mr  An drew Kel ly an d h is fam ily by o b tr ud i n g  jn their private rooms, Mr Lewis was bonnd  over I n his b wn rec ognizance for: th e su in of  $50 to keep the peace for six months.   . "V. \  :|>EG TO ANNOUNCR THAT TFTKV.HAVE RRMOVKD  19 ti������ th o spufsl <iuh j ������r o in isi*s Mrm er I y k uoyvn >��������� s tl o  St/yGW)rgc Saloiu),/\v'hero tlioy will bent ;tllUiiin'S  proparetl to luriitsli i; Xy-; "*X  ^ ^   BOAR D ���������yA;N;Di' '^fE.AT.S;'; ���������������������������  of; the best Quality.  : The? BAR  i.. fiirnisbedjjhvllh  LIQUORS and ClOARS.  the taKfft M'lKES  Boards  12*per  cl7 6m  y  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Paris, March 4���������The Message de Patls published in an extra this evening dispatches  reporting that Serrano has beenappointed  Dictator of Spain, and that the Republicans  have suffered a severe defeat ������at the hands of  the Carlists.  Thiers made a great speech tn the Assem  bly to-day. He rdterated-bis determination  to mainlain intact the Bordeaux preamble of  consfcitntional project, itesolntions declaring  that the Assembly invests itself with constitutional power were adopted by the Chamber by a large majority.  Berlin, March 4���������A dinner was given tonight at the American Legation in honor of  tbe inauguration of the President. Bancroft  presided; and at his right sat Biamarck.  The  EESTATIRMT  AKERY  AT  Where you ean  ?  get supplied with the best  article of  THIS OT,0 AND WELL-KNOW* ESTABMPHMENT  I is always sn ppl led with tho best of every thjng  that can beprocu red In Cariboo.  Single  per  ������������������������������������������  Extra & Superfine Flour,  Lillooet Beans, 1872,  Chicago Bacqn,  And a general assortment of Groceries t  prices tbat will defy competition.  ��������� JAS. REID,  ���������  JThe Celebrated  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior article to any whicb can bo had from below, Roasted and Ground on tho premises Trom the  (best selected berries, kand warranted-iroe f rota, ail in  j oration;   ��������� "  1   M1j������im JL&y     yy,     *!* ������������������*������������*  SATURPAYrHAR���������H,| 1873,  ���������; V;-��������� MINl^'ISTBLLiGEN^-  JACK OF. CLUBS CHEEK* j  The companies'working; en this creek have  been objiged to suspend oa .apcount of] the  small supply ofwfter.   /;y ;  Vy  IffGSTOXQ CRBKK.  /The; Lightning *pJ are- making wages. The  ^outliW^^ prtrcf a vcJoykje; frowi;; which  ^hey-ft%taified|fJ2 bz|:T(teS^ee,ce/cleaned  iipv87S)Z.::)ast weSki/atid the nrsjs, part of ith is  -���������week 52 oz.   T^e IfapWinkle -covvwho, ������re  /stfadily: pushing iheird  struck a tphsiiletable stream of water.  JTfce ���������  Victoria bo. are gradually .lowering the water  /in ^^tt^^'������M#an^x^'t^! have struck  j#ood;prospects -^-from ;$l :50jto] ttftt-tin pan;  ..Gladstone .xp,--Abe ,water ,4nweased in/ \ the  Strain * df if tnnd .raisedy^iyfeeitnibe nhfcf tf  ihey arV'Cori^'ueM^ Elejwm;  ������bf England have recowraericed/werk  diggings. ; The "_��������� Cl ark t:cQ/rbave> raised t|eir  ciatewi; and ^started,-/adrift oa'a higher level.  / ���������crarosK.^i?E������^;|-.;::��������� .;/���������-y!/,1  The Wa verley Tn n nel eoyhave disco yejred  thai i hey have paying gf Quiit} extend ing some  ���������300 feet further -/flown- streSm^flih they bkve  Iii ther to yofi$$ 4 $S������y $$$ ifiafcj ng/^pregar ���������  -alumsi to work to advantajg$  ?*a  yAKTLEByi5afety  \ I i ^Ite, Ci(itba2r>e<v; washed u j������! 6������08. last week  JRp^rfn?.tifeTw$ ***t% ^hey^asojrt erf expect  "to"^niah tlieir;bed-^roek shaft iii aiewdays.y  r  Wiuk���������Tbe y last ��������� will ;' and testamenty&t  James Madison Bohananj of British Columbia,  was filed in San Francisco'/on :.27th January,  He; bequeaths to Caroline Trey bran, /slsteripf  Marvin PyElmore; bpwtbr lately /raiding-:, &$  TruroanBirtjrgi Tr^pkras 'County, Sew Torkv|  tbelequal sM imdivld*^  acres of laad,: knwn/as the Elmore Raiicb,  situated on ihe road Wtijreen Alexandria/and  the mouth������of QuesbieV^er,British Columbia,  with all the' appurtenances thereto bAohgiagi  personal property and fiyfe^Btock.-i/^e'.-^pdiT;  vided half/ttf 320 acres of .land known rs, the  SanndeTstmd Mo&erizie Ranth|/t^^i$0rhalf  of a.ranch containing 160 acres adjoining; the  Danieison l^ctt, ''P^fy. 'Qn&snel iiver/; < v the  undivided .one-halfofa dwelling house and I  other pewnal property. He gives to Ananlah  Bbhanan, pt ^B^pp^/ i366.; ^The;be*  mai nd���������r/������f the property mentioned above he  gives -toy hia brp tbers, A. J, Bohanan and  Hi ram pofan B������hanan ymd'f his sisters? Mar-  ^ret 'Bate Whitney and ^Amelia Bartiet^, to  be divided er^ajiy^;amtyngy |hem./ -He gives  oner ji al j- 0?:..-; bis .money to Carol i ne Tre veran.  and thenalanee tjp hisvb^rpniisrs.:y^aippoints  Marvin^-P. Elmore and & Josiah-FI������tcherf  both of Mtish^61ii^ia|execntors. SairMel  VL Bohanan has-applied for the probata!;<&  the will, y     --     -x ���������..-���������-       ���������   ..\y%y  ���������y  /This K^w Mimm Law will not come into  fptcjijttgl.31st;July/1673.   It<is';ceinpetent  ^rthey^ut Governo  oatloa <^wo-th^  tpj-witJi^w'from..te/:o^er^bnVpfytho Act  amyydist&er.  h&&yj!j0 elected: the following Trustees. :-r?:  Fre8idepif-JoBeph Clark;   3ra P. Raniin,  Georg^lfeBTst, J. 35: Haggln, C. R. G^eat-'  hbttfcp^^. By Mnb^/SeGTetary 1 C. G Lane,  y^yfiy  ���������/BKE^y^Joiit Op.���������We thate .received;tlia:  l^rpspectu^ of .a Conipaoy formed In J^ew  WestmiBJfter for /the manufactnre off, beet  s^OT^^Uai $5^,(^0, in 50������ sh&resof ^100  each, 'iliyyyyyy r2-'y<'';rl rXl- ���������yxVr..!/'...  Is an^cipation of the / passage  of [the  new ^JJ?JS|S L*w������axJoropany has been formed J  On }Ll$mlng./creefcywho, have located f 009:  feetof eSuad.  The OBly fiViws^ of any  Imnortaitcevitihafc the. Foster clai&FSs proa*  ting  Barna^  yeatoirda^  ���������p>A^Repi  U^roM(  fi E^pftss/witli the mails j arrived  fit.-ib^clock^"/ ;'/ ' :'-; - "'V-��������� ,'r, -  /to JaSr Bnrd ick-s^ coihmunicafibn  out of(to-day%issue;/^.:: [.;0^ 2X\XX,  THBlI>cSrK Mitm / wii l^plose: at!^: 0 ^Ipck this  iDREESPO^^^1'1   yvyfiyy  j:T  m  mi*  uteHmer^J- -*S.-bright-Is^siipposejl to haye  3lM^y^fe|^ ^^iGn^UPf^ny^er return  <fltf|p>&i^^ Bincef^^..4l;oii(  /iiniird v A M^-rititm ot v^^kagelftechiding  ..partAf thrt:.!iat|i|^and;part ot a lady's cb/ig^  V -non. w������^^^6S^wn^the besfib^ I Tlve? vee|  Victoria,: -V*$yffi������'-i1^  y^j0mXyNo y%Mpei Jrecie^i^plS^/^t &.  eatlon of th������ fbl !p^g^eon^etB/^r;!^a/r^p^ * j;. &  mails /in', British  Golumbla  having������':-ijB������Bn^���������/ j-.^w"^^^ -^2;yu*y&-H^yVy  awarded:     y } X\ P ''   . il'^ "\ >-J>'&Wfbxn9n^  j Victoria' and Bsqu!iriHU���������W. Jv Williams,  ^c^^hd'Baani<feW;J  I -M e tclip^in ^^hn:;Pjirlj er/'y ������$���������������&#.;},! '22 Xy  ffekeiri)! e Sn d 0ffa|wy Cre^k^j: \ Murtrot^  Barkerville1 arid f5^ie^^, J; Barrinrdl  at-ilypur  /H������*������yW.?l  ���������jbWjL  ������  iaHaed:  Ifi^^JWfWt^  "to ri^i" ormf t] yof this :eity;, Mattip'W/Walker.  J?;iymiif������t������r;Dv& A<iwife^nd-three- children,  end Mr Hpelnnd. of Stickeen rlver.Jp  The officer^ ere wand ��������� pnssen gers are /sn p-y  po^eil tohaVc rtiimfiered' 18 or 20 souls,. .TheJ  .* aiise of th * d is������aste r / may ne ver b .e: k npwp:;-,. <  Ay private/'letter ^froma resident tft^J^;  ^cene of the wreck states that Jie^&d'pup/  ^Bnrt^TiUet^C^^ Westrainflieif^t^fi,  ^'/.:/,jLe,Wis. -��������� *-������  i^ic/helCreekiand  ^ditoriatfSDtyt&ef^ me^lug^/^^VanWinkleJon 1  ' 'If th pf lagoon th ,il/finc( Jlhp^llo^i ngstate- "\  nxe"ni:^4T;fe    ^ad    ^e,  resolution   rof-  jltrfe^:# mi^SeSfthat/a/ftt^!. in fee; sifiple  should beyIfyen to miaefs after ^-reiwkmable  exp^Sflity^Jifeen passed^ It ^m^ have made  the mines p^ljis creek dpuJiie iij| value -j:. but  oh^d}:$ft&6d&}  ^mipecayan^  The service will semmeuce on 1st April on  ���������    ��������� ������������������     -a     y 1 : -, <���������     ,:'".,%  'y'-i ������      .'y'i-, y   ."������������������;r.s:.t    --^  aU:the.-rbufe.^y//;//../:;%.//.; }.������������������: ;.y'yX: ] '���������:.,  ii  fls^ creek ;di^>tiotvwaht\a  vetsy with any one, and would havo papsed  by the attack of ybut correspcedent in Tril'������ircp  if the ptibKo who were not there might not  construe i t as the /truth. , I /woald temind "th\a  gentl^?nan that "be who"stoals my pur^  steals/ tosh^biit:iiev-^ho/^^ '  my gojoA name'takesHliat yhich do^s not ei r-  rich biea, but'would rnaio.fne;r$0or /indeed.^  I wvlllaow/give you'a^pji^y bif tWJatT'��������� tlul  sajr'on that occastoh; and leave therJiubli'6 to  judge ^hohas told the falsekopds.   ���������  y^ The raeefiiig was/called td^rder^ aad Mt-  Mathers was'^deiAedthairtiian.;V;2X2���������VyV:-:.--  ,:..;" Mr Olfltrlies Wilsoaled off '< with a-wrftteft  speech, :apdy cleaed 'by/n^ring  lavfeing grants with a^ee simple .fttlfevi   '  "������; Mr/Ianws-Burdick bemg'cidl^ fPrj took  the tro^nd ^a t li'ndei; foe1 cfi& lat^r^wb Wfng:  then a Crowir Colotiy~-We were heavily,  taxed, but nnder We /preseiat ainewtled law>  which is liberal in: the qxtantity of ground  given, wa were not oVertaied^Yia at present  meets all our :requirements* As tegards  leases, be bto always been oppi^ed to them^  as he believed theni detrirtietftal to the country, and they .wo&lcl deprive tii any personi  from mtong mo hey^inftict^ drive them from  the country. The tiondittoiis. of ^tants werft  seldprn^omylledri witli^;'^hp: speaker /jcited  Ant I er, Groiise. aui Wiliiara Jpreefel gran ta in  supporfbf his stateraetitiH The^ahe & Kurm  Compahy was the orily bne that had complitjd.  with iheHr/diaft(gri������ fle'r/Mr^Otiad^ heard it  stated that tbe latter Corbpany have'expended  from:; $Kp^(30 ft<n'Slsif,Q0^^.&1^.-^dDa^aht  co vere d A ig\ ^la^d!^teoersK' Why! ftm r ^pm^  panies'b^this pr^p: have /sr^rit^njpre ^thaik  this on. their Vetera! claims and; never, asked  the GoverYmient^for one foot of /groiirid^more  than thejMrvidnar^i^  Whewas1'^*!!^^'^ a  from the Goyernmonio'f'from 4J tb^SiilpB Ift  length in; what Js^ippbsedJtio. bp ��������� tlve' rfeKest  locality of all 0^t ^^^r^/^ppisi18.^ /," yy ���������  ������������������; Your corrpsppodent t^^n  I was dpp6sed.io%ran ts��������� ���������'' t^at this (Lighini dj'J  u blatahli'orat^/s&t^:to  wonldi Se/ gobtfted ^ p %yl ^htgomery stwA ���������  brpket^ ��������� dnrl yrt!^^  wbjrds JP?atid ^oelen /tolBa^v^at/<^sbfll^p9  niieana a " sharper^ abd that it ivas qttite evi*  dfent ;il(tdt liimivtfiat Gpionel; i^e3w/s#j> lacpi  Jjy/ inpt ���������iiitf thatf Jcafeegoryi wlip: jras a gentle*  /^mFi^ ^in^pAn;^Terminus at QuES^Et-  Mobm-^Mr Jamps/ ^eid/ has :a topistoplc pf  Extra, and Superfine Flour,yLillooetBeains,  Chicago HamsJ &p:> on hanil. ��������� Miners bound  for Peace River can purchase their supplies  ;at tliis Btore at very, lo w rates.   Mr Reld ah0  ^h^edffrom;the India^  ^o.t0ftm^������niintt.' -���������:-.���������-   pj^^ ^usUqg bim wi&orders may wst  matters  ihe steamer s name.  ",. tuifi^^ Rival Rait.roao CospixiES.���������The folio wing i tern concerning  rail road  comes by,telegrfaph ; 1 _.;".-  ;: Chicago, Feb. \���������A special from i Toronto  *ays Canadian political circles are stirred up  byT tlie. publication of a; correspondenc������ be  tweep the Dpnainidn Governmentf.and the  twotlyai P^ Itissaid that  the disclosures made will overthrow ihe Mac-  Donald Mjnisiry. Thie gist of it appears to ;be  that the Government after, havingpacrjessfully  brought the two Companies together-, awarded  the building contract to the. Canadian Pacific;  CeV Tho action ofthe Directors of the Inter-  oceanio favors the transcontinental, the politicians of Canada the Northern Paeifie, which  rules tbe Canadian Pacific, and will absorb  the Asiatis trade of British North America,  fceaides it will control the communication between the Colonies of the, Pacific aad the  Atlantic*. ,,'  .     , '���������' ..-     -  ���������      --���������_._    -.  Thr departnre of Mr Buahby will leave this  district without a County Court Judge. We  bave been without a Gold Commissioner since  the departure of Mr Ball, and the absence of  an officer to preside in the Mining Court has;  been seriously felt. That it has net been  productive of trouble, says more for the good  sense of the miners of this place than it does  for the wisdom of our rulers in leaving ench  Important interests to take care of themselves  for so,;long a period without any authority to  (decide disputes.  The-Entertainment at the Theatre Royal  on fSaturday evening last for the benefit of  success.  tfiwould rnia/every/man on  'Sod ;these,propo^Uions'X-.wish #  yhlyoiv. As regards y,the /claim*;  Gladstdri^'and btiier companies J could men; j  tiony they liave complied with-tlie letter ot the  lajy, whwh/jaySthat after/locatinggrbuadIti;  shaitbe represented^UWn;?2/ bpurs ;to:/ the  aianuri tsillem,;vybn^      fe,thei,; prpyincp: off  ���������the/ Gold:! Coni^ssionery on a written apgli-.  cationyto lay p^T.all; br^par^ as he .tnay > in  \his discrettoir^e& ^hder/' that law" have  not the above; .cpjnpanies; represented their  each iudiyiauaj in^|t j; And further, when  ��������� xy  ��������� ������������������- :  ; -'I:  ��������� ���������  ��������� -;-;  '.'������������������������>  \1  :.y/  ���������yy-  l.-:t<.  2'  i--.  -.2X2  yy  they have ba<T ani ^pgnprtunity in, the, /close  season, have' th%������^pyt/wcjrked a full set of  assu^red they will b������ .attended to promptly  and faithful\y.y2y2:X 'VVX ���������  A. T.Busrbv, Esq;;; leaves by the next  Expressi to resume his duties as Gpimty Court  Judjje at New Westralnsfer. During the short  time Mr Bushby has resided here he has won  the good-will of: all/with whom: he has been  brought 'in contact, and his departure will  leave a. gap. in.-the .society of this place, not  easily/'Med*;. / 2y-y' xX'V- --yy ---y   ���������       ,'\  Exsooriva PBoaRAttM85.���������Thev following is  believed to be the Executive programme for  the recess: The new portfolio^wiU lie given  to Mr Beaven, and Mr Armstrong will'take  the Lauds and Works. , Should a sixth Minister be voted by the House, the seat will not  be filled until the close of the summer.���������  [Colonist. .'. '..  Cokbectio}?.���������In our last issue appeared a  paragraph noting the sudden death of a  miner," whose name, it; appears, we misspelt. It should have been u David Eynon,"  instead ef Heenan, as it then appeared. We  may also add that Mr Eynon was a native of  Wal������9.       ��������� -       - v ������������������������������������;       . ���������'���������   ��������� }.. ���������  RKrREJjoaMBKT.^We hear that 3\fr Woods,  Registrar of the Snprem������ Court, baa been  notified that his services are to be dispensed  with. We understand that Beauty Regiatrac  Pooley will ftp retained.���������[Stand ard.  Rives  TaA^ic���������-The  New  Westminster  Herald says it is expected that the steamer  Hope will begin her trips to Yale early ini  March, the Lillooet taking her place on the  route when th������ season  hands/as, touch W as.-^if-Jip-were : the open  season?,.-yAs/regardSythe statement:that ho  title can be given by tbe present mining law, J  it is all bbslj; for any miner can re*record his  claim, or a set pf ��������� clA ins (by. cqmp lying with  the existing/law) from one year to one hun-  dredf and can mortgage or sell the, same/ the:  j law 8ustain!%iiim in s6 doiiiig.  Now,; from  the above ifaclSV"wbat in Gbda name do you  wantt ^Yotiysay,- Capital i ��������� So say  we. i I  wouldliketpknowif you can induce capital  to come .here when for the last two ? years  there has not been^gold .ehough taken out to  pay the Chinese labor and grub the owners,  who have ��������� worked. contlnnpusly.   Will the  changing of the law take out more gold?  Arethe mraersjiiotfienfceipnping enough r' is  there a better^ workingiifass iu thewbrld ?   I  say no!   But if you and others think that  after the miner has toiled to, get a prospect,  these would-be land-grabbers and  sharks  should come here. and get a "fee simp le"  title to '��������� freeze,, us out, I can only say that  such persons would come to the wrong place.  Then why ia this."Macedonian" cry, ** more  liberal  laws,"  continually raised?    What  about  tbe  Committee  that was appointed  about the 15th of January last to revise and  make them more liberal?  and our senior  member only telegraphed in time for you to  call a meeting here on the 17th February,  and on the 20th the bill/was passed.. Why  did not Mr Walkem keep " mum,,; like the  other two members, and let it go by default?  Why was not Hunter one of that committee ?  the only practical miner from this, the most  important mining section of tbe province.���������  These are questions tie miners of Cariboo  will ask* and insist upon an answer from our  representatives wheu they come before them  for their votes.  1 shall now turn my attention to a cotrea  pondeut who signs his pwn name, and accuses  me of a series of falsehoods and laisrepre  sentatioas, taken, as he says, from your report of the meeting referred^ to* Befor������ I  answer him, I wish it to be distiaptly understood that I have not the time, even if I had  the ability, to go iato a newspaper comw-  i^^yheip^et|L^.  tfie^rsfejaani  ia gentlemanyor that he does hpt deserve  ;the siicfiess bU enterprisp^nliUes^him ttJv-  But your corfespondehi goes/ ofif, as iisuaU  w ken h e has W ** hobby $!\h al f-ebbkiad: "^ /and  after landing! the/ Colonel Ho: the/ skle^/he  twists"Mie'Vup himself and ifrhehajppehB to  fai 1 he mIght htirt his unmentidhables. This  great 10ver';bf -the human kin<L~-this great  avenger of" im aginary" wrong^^this ta an  witb the fertile brain and- broad; expanded  vie w$T-;witao 111 hearing re marks that vwe re  ioade at'X pubjjc .meeting1 vvliere: no. person*  aii ties: were- used,' after misquotim?/ b^ his  own :w6rds-'calls It a set of faUehopds/'fironl  beginning/to end! ���������������������������: u" 'XXV  I will ponclnde by hoping that intg future  yooV;correspondent will make/use of more  choice language, when writing for. .the  press, as tlie miners of Canbpb are, a very  sensitive and*j gen tie manly class, arid carrl  stand having .their feelings hurt by the im*  propel* use of nngentjemanly words,:  " Yoiirs, &c^y.";;, ,/y..,; J. BuBMCKi.y  ' <!Yorkviitej: ���������  (Between VanWinkle and Stanley,)  March5,1873;- ���������  . ���������  1 " ���������;...:.."���������      '   ������������������        *  ���������������iii .11 in.nmi.iMii   1  MWtngii.<Wnf lM*rfTr,.Miiii> ii.ili<gIW  fCw������-H|^     ������.'  ��������� y  :    yy  RE prppar^dpto furnish Lumber at tbelr.jkltllS,  William Creek> or deliver it to ordnr.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK,  Having ft PlaningiMachltio Jin operation/Ibqgr Wit  also furnisli. ���������  at sa^sffictory rates.  fell  R.    JAMES.   WICKHAM    HOtHS    MY  power <>!' Attorney, and ia fully, authorised la  Collect all IDoMs due to me.    All those fcnGvririg  themselves lo bo in my debt, l>y either Note,or Art-  count, wll plcasomako Iramodiato payment to inf  Agent:  " I        .     *' JL   '  V, MANBTTA.  wMnapBMriwHvwKinauM ,'iuy  s  ���������5 tw  vir>  j v-  1:1:   ; :.,    NOW..  '/      .BV/CiUULKS MACEAT.      ,t  The venerable Past is past \  WTis dark, and shines not on the way*  -'Twas good, no doubt���������'tis gone at last���������  V '''There dawns another day....".;  L.    Wtiy should we Git Here ivies creep,  ' And shroud ourselves iu cbarnels deep,  * Or tbe ''world's/yesterdays deplore    ,;      t ���������  /  ? Mid .crumbling ruin*1? mossy hoar? /'*..', ,  Why should we Beo with dead men's eyes,  Looking at Was from morn to night,  When tho beauteous Now, the divine To Be,  Woo with their cbanas our living sight ?  Why .should w.e bear but echoes dull,  When the world of sound so beautiful        -.���������-.  Will give lis music of our own'?.  TVby.iii the darkness ahould,w6, grope,    ���������  '" When the sun in heaven's resplendent oopa  Shines bright as ever it shone"?-.      y . .'   '  The present needs iw.   Every age  .Bequeaths the next for heritage;  No lazy luxury or delight,   / y  vBut strenuous labor for the right;./ . .  For. Now, the child.and sire of Time,  .     Demands ..the"deeds of earnest men.  To makeit better than the past, . *  And'stretcb the circle of its ken,  "Now is a fact'that men deplore,.    ".  Though it may. bless them evermore,   .  .Woutd.they but fashion it.a'tfght        ,./  ,'Tis ever newyltiaever bright.;  yTime nor Eternity hath seen '....  \7   : A repetition,of delight;  In all its phases; Wer has been   -y '  y For men or angels that which is; :      (  ,/ And.that which.,is..hath ceased to bo .....  X... Ere we have breathed it, and its place  ;.Is losfc.in the;Eternity./,..  '.} But Now is ever good and fair,   ..; /���������     r. .  "Of the infinitude the heir,., y yy  And we p| it.   So let^us llve/: V : :. .. ;  /That from the Past we. may receive* y  1 Xiight for the Now���������from No w, a jow  'That Fate nor.Time shall,e'cr .'destroy..  .     '  Practical joking^ among: actors.  ���������-;;;: Tlie habitues of the Tombs Police Court  ��������� -^ere astonished recently by: the' presence of  1 he.well-known actors, Edward; A. Sothern;  > jarid W|Hiam J."FIoreiice,/who had been sum-  irioned by Justice Bowling, for alleged Jntent  to fight a duel.   It appears that Philip^ Lee,  ��������� the'husband of Miss Neilson,'complained- fo  Messrs. So ther h and Florence ^that be, found  [��������� :!New York very dull, and Tinlike, London.���������  ; They, rallied him upon bis ennuij assured him  that he woufld find  .'..'.-' JLIKB AM) ESJOTMKNT... . .. '  !oh:the eastiside of the city, and invited htm  to attend a dinner.. party and meet  several  ��������� -4i prominent residents," who, they said, were;  ' ydeisirpus of forming his acquaintance.;  Mr  Lee,accepted the. invitation, and, a few evenings later, accompanied them to ah eastside  hotel,'where Dan. BryatU/Neil Bryant, Nelse  Seymour, Billy Birch, Charley Backus and  others were introduced to, him as wealthy  merchants who had caused a private banquet  to be prepared in his honor. ; &���������  Upon/the party���������$ sitting down to the feast,  after an interchange of the most respectful  courtesies . ��������� ��������� :.. ; ... ������������������;..'  NEIL BRYANT  tied-bis napkin about his bead and otherwise  acted;^strangely. Mr Lee quietly, asked an  explanation from the-others, and was confidentially informed that the peculiar actions  were the result of hereditary eccentricity.���������  Other eccentricities following, however, both  on tho part of Mr Bryant arid his associates,  Mr Lee became indignant.   Mr Sothern, in  ��������� behalf of bis fellow countrymen, protested  against the proceedings with assumed earnestness.   Mr Florence, with apparent good  ; faith, admonished Mr Sothern not to interfere.  Nelse Seymour, pretending to be  GREATLY INCENSED  .against Mr Bryant, rushed upon him, with a  carving knife. Mr Bryant d re w. a re vol ver j  and a sham fight occurred between himself,  I Mr Florence and several"1 others..,.The. result  riot being deemed satisfactory, Messrs! Sothern J  and Florence proposed to fight a duel on the  .'spot,and Immediately drew pistols, oBteusi-  bly for that purpose. Mr Lee begged tbat no  blood should be shed, and finally left the  room, feeling deeply offended.  On the following day, Mr Florence] it is  paid, wrote , challenges .to mortal combat, ��������� in  Mr Lee's name, to himself and Mr Sothern.'  As a sequel to the  BOGUS OHALLENOSS,  it is understood that an effort was to have  been made by the challenged'persons to have  Mr Lee:arrested. Mr Bryant, however, feeling that Mr Lee ought not to be longer trifled  with, determined to turn the-tables upon  Messrs. Sothern and Florence. He accordingly complained ?to Justice Dowling that  they -intended to fight a duel. The Justice;  instead of issuing warrants for arrest, simply  signed.summonses for the accused actors to  appear before bim at 7 o'clock /on the' next  morning. Io obedience' to- the mandates,  Messrs. Sothern and Florence appeared at the  Tombs at the hour named. Meanwhile the  Justice had discovered the hoax. He therefore failed to appear at court; and kept these  two practical jokers-waiting1 several hours  before he gave them permission to depart.���������  [N. Y. paper,    .,   fc.   .......,,,������������������-,  The Kiss QcAiimLLE.^-Wo^ead, for the  purpose' of revelation and mental discipline,  all the letters from Washington to the'various  newspapers./i Some times we Imve found them  tough and sometimes tender;-/some of them  are joyous and some of them gloomy, but  lately, we are .pleased to say, the cheerful and  encouraging mood 13 predominant; .Ail the  writers, we ��������� believe, without a single excep-  tion;:baye something to. say .of " the. era of  good feeling" whicb has already Pawned if  it Jiaa. not. arisen. .Harmony... is precious.  Cordiality .is. charming. Union is what we  have always desired and do now desire more  than ever. .Jenkins: mentions a new dance  called the " Kiss'Qnadrillei" which promises  to be In'vogue in Washington this season, and  which, for, our edification, he.ljs good enough  to describe so. tbat we think that we understand at least the main and; most interesting  part of it.' /When i t comes to;<< swinging coiners -J ^each;gentleman;'kissesi his partner, and  very delightful it; must be. yMay we be suffered to-consider this deliciptjs- terpsichorean  innovation-as a happy augury! lathe mad  mazes of the political dane^( changed now  from the war performance into something  more pacific, are members of Congress'tb^kiss  each .other? This certainly would be touching, though it: might seem 16 an expert bystander not unaccustomed to 'tender. salutes,  just" a little .tasteless and insipid. Yet we  may be permitted to receive the " Kiss Quadrille "as of happy augury. /Some members  of Congress \ve should uot care to kiss except  from an imperious sense of duty; but, perhaps, , if it should come to \& general go-  rounder, they can stomach each other. But  let us have fraternity at any cost of personal  tastes.���������fN. Y,.Tribune/ ... .'''/.-"'  LEGAL NOTICES, &C;  MISCELLANEOUS  a  The ^J^^^M������f^M9.  xiagei  n  '2 I X  '^.vM,^'^  PUBLIC. NOTICE la; hereby .given,/lbat from and  .��������� after the 1st day bf ?Septeifriber.������iiex tfyaii Births,  Deaths and Siarriages within;,the,Province of? -British.  Colamhia are to, bo Regis tore d under tl^ provi siohs of  ;5������ The Rejristratioiiv ttf: Births,'- Deaths fatfd''Marriages -  Act, 1872," t at; tbpOmco pf? tho District Registrar oi-  the District wherojri tbo feijrhp rospectivojy shall take  place, and'within the times; following that'Is .to; say*'  BIRTHS-  DEATHS  Wl thin- 00 day S'firom ��������� th o da to thfereof.' -;  ���������Within. 80 da ys after In termen t..f ?,. -, y.X  M A RRI AG KS���������Wi thin/ 00 d ays/froiA1 Iho ilato th oreof.  . Every Houseii^U16r?Hea(f'bra"FiiiWiy,'' Clergyman/  PI lysiclan, or ^ther person; or pes*sons,req tri rod/ by the  snid-Act to report Births, Deaths aai' IfflrriagcS, who  refuses, or wilfully'ibcglects to d������ so, vrlthin the times  before named, will he liable: to a:pciialty for each and  every offence ,of not less r than Jive Dpllars, or more'  than Twenty 'Dollarsj^toy be.��������� recovered witli^cpsts be-'  foro anyj,lusticebf the Peace having jBrisdiotiori:wi.thin*  the locality where"any sucb offeiibb is committed.  against tho sai(l "Act.: "��������� : yfy  By command, .��������� "���������.-.���������:>���������  '      H. B. W. ATK^fAN,  :'���������-'-,���������  -.    -.,:' ���������������������������/';   ���������:���������'���������'.'��������� ; Registrar General.  Land Registrv OfTlce,       \ y\ .;.',.; ���������.'.'.   .-  Aug. 31,1872/..        J /"       '...���������'   6C14  .' ,  .50.  subject  Hocsa of Assembly, 2d August,21872.  Kxtract from Rules relative to Private Bills.  All applications for Private Rills, properly/the  of legl'hitjon by the LegiHiittvo Assembly oi  lish  ion of  or  Telegraph Line, the coaslrucii-HJ or iniproremcnt of a  Harbor, Canal, Lock, pain or Sl!de,.or other like.work;'  tlio granting of a rightof'T/rry-Jtho lncorp?.ration ft'  any particular trado/or calling, or ;������f ;auy Joint Stock  Company; or othemise for granting to any imiiyHual  or individuals any.c^ciasivc or peculiar rights or priv,������  ileges whatever, or for doinir any matter or thi tip  :whicli���������'*n i ts opera tion wou 1 ������f ufleet the'' richt or ]>roj������.  erty of other parties,; or relate to. tarjy particular cla'sf  of. the commuui ty; or foranaki ng aa >; ame^ dmen t of a ������������������  like nature to any former Act;.shall', topi fro." a Notice,  clearly and disliuctly specifying the nature and oi'jeci  oi*.the:applic;ilion, to.be puMishud as (follows; viz. j, ���������"  A.Notice inserted in tlie British C'llumhir..Gazette.-  and in ono. newspaper publlslied ^n the district af'  fected, or i f there bono ne wspapcr fin! ii ish c������ t' theVei n;<  then in a newspaper.in tho::next nearest district in  which a ne wspaper: is. nuhlislied.* ' j. .. .y ���������    .' "  ^CS3* Such noticc.shall be continued in each case for  a period'of at loast sis weeks,' during the Interval ol  time between the close of the n<?xt preceding Session1  and the consideration of the petition. ��������� . .,,  51. Before any Petition praying forloav* to brin'.'  in a Private Bill for the erection of h Toll Bridge is  presented to-the House, the person or persons :mtending to petition for such.. Bill shall; upon giving the;no-  lice prescribcd/in; the:ph-ce^ihjg^Rula/also at the samei  time, and in th c sji mc mauni������,; gi ve iiotir e ofthe rat es  win ch they i hteml to ask,, th eyexteii t lol ��������� the1 pri vi 1 egc^  the height.of the?arct������es, the/interval :between: the.  abutments' or picrsrfdr tlio pas"s������/?^Jbt'rarts/^r vessels,.  and mentioning, alsq whether :they/iiiteiid'������/tb erect 'a  drawbriiige or not, and the dimemions>f. the same;*  .myyw^ -'cmi^^'GQCiby V l\.,  se21 rn    y, m ,,;... Cl^r^; of %})q :Leg������j5lttti ye Assembly,  BARKERVILLE,   B.C.,'  ���������HAS  RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF  ../ LEA;$;.,,,  yy /Oelebrate-d y ./������ /V; '/../;������.,������������������'  wpRfcElJtg-^'ijRyC^i^  ' D eclare d b y Connoisseur f t u b c       y  THE  *&&!&  ^O������" siTJOE.'  y-  y ,Thei:F^QRENCEfetho:bestSew!n^  ^Machine ^or^Family use;^because/it  io: seiifd ohi /gets 0tit of oird er* i If th ef a  ^������hKnp������^ ' y>  ?i-y^AL|FORNIAi^i^ ^ ^: v  ��������� OREGON,-v:''' ^y Vyy  ���������"- WASHINGTON JERRlfORY,  NEVADA,     '  ;; IDAHO/-        ���������  - .Alaska, .";" :.; ",/<-���������'  ...british columbia. ,  MEXICO -  JAPAN/; .yy-  Or CHINA^ if Informed of it, I will  C*x it without any expense to- the  ownfer,    '  any  expense to*'  >X '������������������ y  , 19 montgomery  ������BAND HOTIl BOILDIIIQ,  Pan J^rakcisco, Pal  Send for Circulars and samp les of  the work.' Active Agents Wanted in  every place."   '������������������'������������������' "- "  ID'S  sill  )i  t'ESS  :sTAaE3  Under yteroporery arranp(?ment .for convoy-  '"  -��������� ��������� lyX-ly ^nP^-Pi ^9 ^^ilsTrora ; j,,.''  ^be;,un dersign.ed, bast, q I uc^d a I in e of������Paaseu ^  ;-,:/"-: ���������'���������"/';": ./ ger St ages on,-' tbe'.'.'.   ' X--  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, CIGARS,    '. |  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL, &c, for.Machinery  October 5, 1872.  BARKERVILLE,  '   DEALER IN  G-roceries, JPrbMsioiis and  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE;  D EJP O T    ;F 0 R  /  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  ONIONS and  ;^U LILLOOET  on buud.  BEANS  lio23  Caution against Frattd.^Thc success or,this  most delicious and 'unrivalled Condiment haying'  caused certain dealers to apply the name of. l'\Vorces:  ,ter.sliirc Sauce' ] to their oyn inferior compounds, tlie.  public is hereby i ri for m ed't h a t thVonly way to pro-  euro tho genuine, i������;toy/?^y;. :.;���������/v /  ASK. FOB-LEA %,BSR.B���������S,   ������ATICE  and to sco that their names arc upon the wrapper  i,ac^i.s,stopfer,andijottie.    .Someol thoforeign m.urke ts-haying, been suppliod  w11 h a spuri ou s Worcestcrshi reSa'uco ,upon th d wrap.  porami Ijibelsoiwhjchtiien;amesol'Ijcaand Perrins  have b een Torge d,. Ij. ; an d r P.. gi ye no (ice .that they  have furnished' their correspondents with poweri ol  ���������attorney to take instant proceedings against manu-,  a ct tj r kr s a n d. vendor 8 ol* s uch, or any ot h er i inl ta-  ons by whlch t'lreirrigh t may beiii'i'nngcd.  Ask for'L'EA i& ^pkHRIN^ -Sait'c^ ancl see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.-    ���������   ���������' ;;:  ���������'' Wholesale antt for export by tboTrdp'rietorF, Wor.  c ester; Crosse and Black we 11, London, &c., &c.;; \  hyGroccri?andOilmen universally..  Riin nin#., in cl ose connoctioa \v lib tbe Stages  If (iin Yiil e t d Barker y.i lie. V..,' -,-., ..  Pe rsp n s v isi ti n g Ihe 0 i\ ana g:ari -Dis't H ct will  fi n lift h is 'by far tbe most eon yen ie tit m bde of  travels *-���������;!.. ��������� ���������������: / t - i ';... / ��������� , - -C: yy- '���������:  i; j^.;stage8 =l������?aye Caqhe Cref^Vjn. Wednesday moi,nings at 10 orclocfc,.r.iftdvWiU^T-^1.111-  tb e f61 low ing Week i b time/ /to con h ec i witb  the Stages going Ndfth hxfd South; T ��������� ^ r  .Will be transacted oyer tbe rpute.: Freight  carriedT' /Parcels 'delivered.    Commissioiib :  exec ti ted M Go 1 led lions m ade. :;     ���������- ��������� ^ J! ���������'  nyni?24 -2m y,;-���������    ?Vf J. BARNARD>& CO.  THOMAS FLETCHER-"wlshw th ' inform the  people of Ca ri boo 4tha t, ho Is. pri-pu red ;u������   ������������������. i  CAST   ALL   KINDS   OF' BRASS  B. ' JAMES' WICKHAM HOLDS MY  Power of Attorney, and is fully authorized to  Collect all DoiHs duo to mo.: All 'thosu kn'owittg  themselves to he in my deht, by cjLher Note or Account,will oleaso make immediate payment to my  A^cUti " '��������� "���������'   ''' !      '���������      1- i '* - ? .*  ��������� .. ,;-     P^MANBTTA.  ��������� '" 5: f At tho sliortcst notice.  ,^5*- BOXES kept on band or cast to order  The Store Is also suppl ied wi th a pen era! assor t m ent  of Goods, which'he.lu tends to sell at a feriiall prolH,  BEATING- APPARATUS  '/'Pictcher^s fiea'ling Apparatus with Hot Air  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel and I#or,  and lessens^tho danger of fire.   It is as well ������&apt4  for. S11 af Ul louses as ord i n ary hull d i ngs, is che������|>, an p  is warranted to give entire satisfaction.  Last ,Cha ncc, Xigtt tn ing Crcok, > t>  ' Noveoi)jer2,1872. J ,y .    mi


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