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Quesaette* October :30���������Th* ���������sftoamer Tjc-  ��������� ioria arrived'this morning with i5" tons ^������tghrtf  including *tle piimpe for^^VictorU eo.  ' '.._'.:.. !��������� ;;....SODA^CitB3EK,;-*-:--*':-"������������������  SodaOreek? Qc^ber' J^T*etR^������M*r <Vi(j: |  torla mfcitir 'QueBjiil^m tn&ra!a| with V*  lergft qwa-tttlty o* flo^ also goodsipr Grwn-  baura Bros.,1 Lihdhard,^5uKw6ng Lee. ^ The  Bteamer .wiH teton to. oooii������������t^ ^ith.tbe tiro*  mail and express.   Snow ing lightly all day.  BLUE^TENT.,: ,  i0r0 %'  127-MU-lr Kouiffe; October 2f^fafiooa and  party ar������ wHain four miles v,.of the-''wajcon  Toad|anjl^^iqieci^! .puit qj[^Fna|y*) >Th9  party are- Si bi good healtb., Crrcetv and  Tiedeman atf expected-out this;weelcwitb  tbeir parties, 4ieund%r victoriaJ"  FearsoarB4sa������aa pa&s^d up. yestt$w!ayrs$tb  tlie Eleven ������of Do gland pumps." 'they will  caicb tbe boat at Soda c^eei������; this triii; Sir-  eral teaiAa pt^sM'down Ms wefetf^f 'winter  quartern... v,..^ ;v,^.^v..,;;V:'i;C ^^ ^;:":������������������"'���������'  The teieiraph^iiir party srxJ^^ex%'to?  y'^ . 'f a M  ������)Urf for -Europe.: 70/0/7y0 0^xA'K.0^ '\ /J'^'T'H'E :ST'������B-LEo"-- ;.-  -������?"������*.���������.   Vljl.*1 V".'T'.  ���������-���������  Tororiib, October' 2���������������Pfemier Btaie and  Treamifer McKenxle bare resigned4;m ora^r;  to sit in the pominlpn PnUemen't...!r^':U������ut.:  Governor bat'sent fsr Tiee*Gbaucelior Mow-  att;to form a nVw xiote'rhmentV-'Mowait bat  resigned bis ottee -and accepted tbfii "ta������T|t.?The:  new Miniatry ^iitbc shortly announced^ rx  Myices from ���������'.Jojit'flarry state ihat^iar^e  body-of Si6!ii^'Xndjais;^ftre^pbr^^tbe;  .UldoraSo.-"^^r;^.;fra^;ib=at aettlementia "iV.ii  n^ known; wbe^^^  wls|a. 5 SojsiemoT^men V was orifobtxrith tbe  Red lAake Cblppewaa and against the Bban-  dary Commiaaion.;':;-;', ��������� A \ X XI''l:'7.' ''"::'''.  07: A -r : <h XJNITED STATES. *y00>^A  Wa^abingtbn;;; 0ctoiier 24--SecPetaty Pish  this! lttorHir^ cot^uhica^  'intelligence tbatf)be/EmperoF of Gorman/  j jhaald^^yjhe1^" $nmi qtieslten its' fikm0  teCaUelStatisSi' ;   .     ���������     ^   :. ^  Are thV'bmf ^n'Alfe upner -������6nntry^aiid; :.will j always  be well sumlted with ilav and Grain.. Ju2tt  sffi^fjiV.-'-;  ������������������������������*  X HAVE W^tl?^^^������K  ������-   ties, \vnoc������yri.r.snM >������.������bv������-v...vp        -  ^igaiumukepubUc.th^tac|..^Srft-^-^T!-     .- *  ^Mosef :Bp Invlg^ato K  *  This Is not amere^sseHion en. i������y **pAf tj' asl haVV  in thy possession iiumeronstesiViifi^alscort4������jying,to'  Uie'success of my remedy.. ��������� 0'���������������������������;������,--.,.. ' -,  -WI jto not of oonrse pretend that I-caiiA hiake the hair  gro*^ on-heads which li>yo;beeni bttUUfor years; but  1 will guarantee to stop tlie lialr from falling off, to  increasii its growth, and'OffectuallyreineveScurfor]  a Tblsls-*witsortifythritidurln^'^aat %t>r!iig 'iriy^Waff  was rapidly falling out and my hea'd Vvflsfast becbin'i  Ing '^ald * vrbonil applied ie Mr .W. 0 'MOSESi Safb'er;;.]  Sarkerviile, who in a few weel^fc rorftoroU-my ISiUtf";H  ite former healthy state :-:'B>ATIP GIBBONS'   l    ,  ;������(���������;.> if*.  ;1^3^P^������S'J^' ���������  \A a.  jUJO������������mH���������*���������  ^������-.^������-i.'." " ' ' ���������������������������������������������*  1 .������  $"'  J;-v  .'  |  ;  ������:  ������':  I-  ���������������.v.  ������J- .  I-!  :-i  k  fc. I  fi  fc'.'.  #(:   ���������  |:"-  s -  Ev  ���������as.".  f  K  1:  ':  li  ;������������������  iii  '22F1  * SATURDAY. .-NOVT-r, 1872.  -err  tfENERAfr^RAWT:. AND   H0BACS  ���������v.";gi: ������������������-'.; "^TSEELEW 7iiA7A  Tta.i.'f#Wi'3siy9 ;'oibt'B-?ib<fWftWt*7 S***0" ..v?T'  .ftmirclca will be BglUte^'tnTOighent Its length  ?and breadth with'the, ;iE!iTo.^^j6t.',ppl!il0al;>ex������  *citet&aht'afttin^  nio^taflll Use ."highest officer in tbe gift of the  ���������ttou���������tlW;Prwidflntial sbafr.; The two cnn:  ^{da1*a^3ener^  ���������are; probably" n't tbe present time the two  >T>*it;'.'known men. in the United States. The  'former Is well known as the General who  l>rqicght tb$, lajte elvU "war. to a saaceisfnl  ��������� conc1usibn,*nd for tbis alone he ie certainty  'entttted'rto the yffa*o?able-,'��������� consideration jot  ?evary$ii^  ���������flpecbi'ner constitution. 'The letter fi "known  as the able b*t odd and eccentric editor of  ���������-the-$ew^ork!-Tnbuae newspapflf. ifa^-coii*  ^idertn'g tbe merits ot ihe;two candidates It  will loon be found that Iherejs really not a  great deal to be satdfo faror of either; When  Generalwant; waa , lirat elected to fill the  'Presiaehtial cbair: great things were expected  ��������� of bf rn, anAliis'gr^at popularity gay e him the  ^opportunity/oir!tmyin^ mri many reforms  whieb ftiess jfcp^ not have  tf;tosinfc"������t^  -and th������ occasion were:proirftioiis for such a  parpesit SjhMStcfl^n& ;wi8������rTeS with the  'burdens ^of "the ^ivfL^m^groaning under a  iheatytaxation ^mposed^ to* SH ar; depleted  tra&rryinapay't������ff;an-; enormous detifcbnf  reeeittlyincar redr"tW ^Tnedean people woijld  gladly have seen a bold attempt made to put  ^ atop Jo pffiaialvbojp  rejoice! ik ihe free mm ok ^9 ^fcisar.taifa  man's '���������cbaneea minting the jiext^Preaident^f  the Great Republic ere! ike some of the' Al a-'  ;J bath* claims, becoming too remote,iodeSnifi  ani'uncertain to,be worthy of much consideration. ; In fact, they grow, , *' by degreer beau-  tffully Jest1*' the longer the contest, conlifiUo*.  When the n oral nation ������w������s m ad e it wan fondly  %0'ped that the combinedInfltiepce o1*Greeiey,  Sumner and Banks would have badthe effect  ef detaching a large-portion of the ^epublfc  can par^rVini^he support of General Grant.  It is a eurlori* instance oT the strength of the  bonds' by Which political , parties'arei beH to-  S^th-erIn the:United;StaW;tbat three-men of  etmh nndoiihteS influence and ability,- and  wboge ftaijding with their party has In days  gine by been so godd. BbouHlnare so little  io^uence In effecting; what may be called an-  oetw " new departure;?'   In .fact, it is how  aSnost certain that the Uepublican party will.  n^twithetirndlngthese "departures.'! voteae  a boit for Grant, and 1n ail probability their  gafns by secessions from the Democratic party  will am re than compensa te for. Iobbps io that  way.   Itisbardto suppose that the whole  Democratic party will ea dorse one who during  hiji lifetime bos "been^ their bfttet eppbnent iri  ettoy fcheme or doctrine wtiicb they- conwd*  er<3d of advantage to tbefr psrty or the- ceun-  trf. On the contrary, thousands will siippbrt  STEW- ADVERTISEMENTS  MSGELLAifEdUS.  9  THOKAJ9 FLKTO HER wtflheii to Inform the.  people of Cariboo,' that ho Is prepared to.   ;   r :  CAST  ALL-KiNDS^bF BRASiS  '������������������-<��������� ��������� .''.-������������������v:---w������rk -'���������";; ryy:  ��������� At the shortest nolle*. ���������' "'/A   ;    "  ���������jp&* BOXES kept -en hand oreasittrorder,  ;The'St^6n������ 19 aUo s������ppW*'d with m sfeawal asiwrtniieflt  of Goods, which he intends,to sell at a small prbGt^:'"  .:Flietchw^s Heating Apparatus wltlt H������tJAir   A 04  Saves1 the expense of 8tof es, Fuel ani'Iabor;  '.v'^'1  4  .1 -ilCA-tii VrCTORlA Jttill u'n.tll further.oot^������ p*?::  ^^noiiayipwtialiy Wdgadla^re^ttherati^of "X:  :iy       Foiirp^rc^rit.^anbum5; 7 ������ ���������  ���������on4 deposits subj ect to'. Fiftoen; Day*' aoUcfc'if with  "drawal, and : y. ���������  X       - ;��������� Fiyerper ceritipe^ anriutf   y "-  on ������^9lt������^bjecV to Thirfy ri������y4:'nptWof with-  drawal. ���������'���������-..., ���������i'XX:;- 7*  ���������   -'��������������������������� '���������'":..    '. J^r,r ������������������- -������������������"'���������  00i-AX07: ���������������������������. 'X/y ��������� HBNRY ATUZO, 7���������'/"':'  ��������� '���������'���������"'':'"������������������������������������ "���������:Manajjw,Victorja.Branch. .  r .October 18, lg7r?.:;~-. -:.-AV,   ������-������������������:-   -*  ocm n^y  G o mm i s s i one r; s  ������A^'i.fc"  and lessesas the danK������rrof fire. f- .ft 1s as wefi adapted  for Shaft-houses as ('rdinary.b.ttilditi^.U eheap,.and|, ricWm Octette? li 1872 ''  Is warranted to ffhre entirtfflatisfact4������a; ���������'��������� 0     X'  , nic"9glw> wwoer l*<yy**  ; Last Chance. ligbtrifnjy^reek,^-Vx x>;';  Novemb������r2,1BV2.  ooi  will; we believe, the bulk of the people regret .that result cBirui they;;know as a man ef  good,'judgment' ancl sonnd sense,, if not. a  statesmeh:of -ronch ability* 7 Greel>y 'Ihey  lenew as an .able but ec<ientfie and crptcJMty,  roan; wh ose; very virtu ea would be of; the  utmost danger to the> commonweal tb, In fact.  bis)-, zeal might at any moment be,excited in  such a wavrasto -iavoive the country in;diffl-  cujfeies %blch the great mass of the people  would- gladly avoid. It -ia- therefore: more  than likely that the people 'bf the tlnited  states will;elect, the'/' Sjtge of Chappaqua^ to  ty.enjoymeht'of *rurat felicit/ and the ������*n-  iaiiglipg consideration of, Demo erst io alii:  aneee. In the pleasant solitudes of the Chappa-.  (juafarin.  tot that^trrpwe. OT^^ ;h^ elected President of the United S^aten, nor  inlght haw been reto^ a  Undio^ bis) pbeketaipr^te^ed would-not .have  f uarjdlwifcA All this, i^eyer J^ ^bt ^^ W  , 'don^;;2C^pption;i|^ ;^al^^eSitrert8;';of  IVashIngton Tiniabashed. Ig^irant l-and^ dis-  T������one|t;;bffl^weIcfre. .and .ontee-hoiders:-' pre-  vitll: evi^tjemi-.rii J;Alie^v^Mnt;^^iif re^  joicena ^ppsae^sioii (^numerous lucrative  appolriinwfT&  Notwithstanding all tt^  many personal r failings^. Geper'aK;, Gratiir Mi  1>een euccesdut in*fne two great' issues of bis  <5:ireaf^lb^-^U;.^^'a^  Treaty;  The ^vortbleatt  at|dn������of aH queinons'arf^^  subject ^l!?;vn^o^eiib^?^ay^  addfpg orucb 16 Che ������han^^ibf .^or^bf Jhia  re-election.   Greeley in his canvass seems to  dis to .-aland io a^rather pecu liar -rand* not very  'envbtle^fositioti.^ prelious'to its^mmtnee-  went be was a Republican of the strongest;  watery Mia ^Tiib������ne:waf tHe|am^sa^d|(������n.  'Grafit ms^the ld>l yww beatitiea ' were,  -adored, *??$8ej ^������������lt?i; were|^i^ttded,.:vi������n;a  -whose.political crimes were.-paUiated.   There  ���������was ������ao bifeiy te tSe^nntry putsMe' of, the^  Ptrongest Pfetectloniat doctrinej( an4 > Free  Trodi -and tbeBemoCratic party ^werells'?in-  ������vitable ruin.- s Sn-^b, &m, Horace^-^S-reeley,  sand auctf were the political eeb^mente a������d  dogmas which-be advocated.   Now^bowefer.;}  when the soft velvet of the Presideniiai chair  ���������diaplaya Itself ^temptingly andjyo!np.tttously  to the ardent gaze and longinff looks of the  Ui Sage*A ^Cbappaqas," the idol Is after ail  |^:ll!^ the TIA^������S^ opened *m ^At^N^- W^00^.  r    ��������� -   ��������� .... ... ���������    x.-r ���������    i .I.J-*   the old and favorite-stand;;of^.-.-t^tfiBecs* Store, i: v: -..-...,��������� ' .-0m::0i-  ���������ess."   It W besidesrvery evident from  the g rormcaSgr kept hy Sir P. Iftuau, whwu. aU-.co-mew   '"' ������������������' "CAlIBfifl  ������*a������ ������t<M������tAi������a   ff..������ >u* A-6^t0n*nrx ���������!������������*��������� y will Uo welcomed. ��������� jxriw ������ >���������     xi :y������?***������vv "  Grant with alibis iinperfectfone and f*ilingff,  impreferenc^o ene whom tbey 'consider "a  whimsical, 'crb'tchettj, aiid- frantic dispenfler  ������{  Press  Slate elections that the Republican party  haVe not loiH strength rand> tb^ - '(colored1f  vote wilt notwithstanding all tbe attempti  made to gain It, over to Greeley, W all probability- go fbr .Grant. Under these;circura-  stances, ills difilenlt to arrive at ;any other  conclusion than that General Grant wil! again  GN JlND.AFTE^ THE FIRST-day-of  ' JfOVKMBKR a������t an Claims In the Carl boo.Din.  strict, jnay be laj d'. over... tiiltho Twen Ueth-ilay, 1S7S,  pubje'et to ihe ������lU Seciiua of th������ Gold Ameadin������nA  ^ct,'Wli. 07r-yi,..'X'- ������������������'  Hr:'   - '-3.  -���������/" ��������� X'.. A -.���������> 0:7x0:       .  w; if."���������'aStiU X ���������,  Gold, COoualsHjon^R. & A  ���������''-.-??'- .;,'6cl������iinr ���������"'  NE W-- ADVERTISEMENTS.  and  A T ATMS    B^R  BarteerriU*, OctpheTr21,1IT2".  0/.y y y,0&C^  :T&AUHfaPk^  Xf. staoUy rwceiring ;: "7i"yA0,i< ':'':  ENGLISH DRUGS, PATENT HJSPiqiKEB/  1 And other .PreparaMoni.. ;.'./.  ^RUSS^ EIASTIC'MOCKI^^  7 ;-'-;.' " JW#&ti^  tracted and Filled.     ���������������������������'���������:  ItJCHRI^LIV:  ^t^iw^^'-iu^  .Hi tbe;abov������^BraiicK^arore^united 'ta pr������>-'���������'  ������ent tbeir .Pass Book* for' p'rfvm������imt of s;Vm������V ;  ;cm^tjLt^l*e|bre.. the EIFTEENTH^^^  'iN.Oy^MREI^n^xt^^whic^fl^  Atthe Richftetd^fflce will be paifSs'o^;     , j J  ��������� : No; ;oe������t deposits twill be r**ceivei - uS 1 his������. V,  Office/- .������������������'��������� ��������� ./:    '.-   ;,J:/- :. '":.: .^:r,:".w:.-:' ���������������������������'���������:" "'*  >   V.-.l.v, ;:     ���������Pi'olH. M. BALL, Ageni^rr ^  ���������'-'' * i.-.jj. ���������*. ;.\ -'J-"*Hi Suivlivan, .Gl^rk.^w./;^ '  r Ric*���������eld.jOctober 7; )872.-'f 1 .[ ;;:(^ii #'K;! " "  .. ��������� t_>--..Z"*-:������������������'" =���������' --.'���������-/���������   .-������������������::; - j-'.v;.:r:.r'v'jL'-';.;;-v.r^^",:\t'.:.  h:-'������-  ! jflBfir*: Prescript!oni and Kami! v Reofprt ac*  curately prepuaed.  ' :':        ;a**1^'.';  ������.*  t Was.'Aflmt, > ��������� '.;  ���������; *   - ���������   MARcrs Woiys.  ��������� pKCRRtAllY ^ TREaSCRJ'H,' -'   WM.  McftoiT.*    '  STAOJ6 MAKAfmn, -J. 7,. HODOH,  ^STUUKH,'   - "-    ��������� ������������������   -   ���������'  F. FERBS'rT.   THK OTfDERSIGNED HAVING-, ASSO-  I ������ datKii-thamselves for the purpose ot carrying on J  the above- mentioned-Kutablishaicnt;- hope>Vy 'strict  j attention 'io the comfort of toeir.patronsiomcrita  j fair alibrtf of public faror.'"  discovered to be a ������' wooden man.'*  faulty i^testakes, fbrinarly defended and  ���������pallLated, are^ now gross errors and unpas&on-  -������bic 'Crimes. TCh^ safety ot *tb'eJ country "is  3bow fen lid to depend tipea^^Herace 'Qxmley  ���������and (he liemficratrc" pahj.^ PrjiteciioSa and  ^Geswral Orant may go "to A*d^gstToriwhat  *does it matter If th0'ceiintry;j8 ruined by the  Dempcrate and..Free. Trade as long aft the  Sage ef -0bappaq8av-<seated^ii;fal9 lofty emiti-  ���������ence, has th^opp^rtnnity of atfon'fahing the  world wltB words ef ^Wisdbai. and deeds of  ���������nonsenee. booking at all-the tjircumstanca  ���������of tbe sonntry, the,strength of vpartiea, and  ���������the very peculiar position in wbt^li.Mr Gree-  'The.Cariboo,Amateur nramatio Association will per-  Tqrm the Highly armming Comic Drama, in two   .  "AcU, enuHad'  yy\. ��������� With tbe following ea.'?!: ���������  Rani Clench,   ..���������,,��������� . -. -     .1. B. Kl8b������?  Zachary Clench,       ..-��������� -- - -      3. 8. Tknoip-wa''  ^"red. Montgomery,   ��������� ,- -     MarcuB Wolfa  Reginalditeadj,       ��������� . . - ���������    ; .Gomar.Johne.  Mr HaiigMou Hlghbary,   -  ��������� ���������      F. -Perreit     ,  Ledger, -      ��������� - -      John 'Bowroti ���������  JAmy Clench,      - - ��������� Jffi^p Peachhlopfiom J.  7ftfo\ihA Clench,.*��������� - ,, ^Florence. Wilsoa   ^   .  To-conduce with a  -will talways be kept In the best condition^ and their  ipatn ms j may rust assured that non'o hut the be������  kWia'ost Liquors and Cigars will bo furnished.  W "0*. A spacious ud comibrtablo room has just been  cerripteted, suitablu for Private Parlies.  0'r     ��������� .- wm. w. -noDP..-  mX���������Lu JONKS.  October IV W71. .. ool21m;  Assessment Notice..  WET OF ENGLAND CO., LIGHTNING  CREEK.  ���������vrOTICIl.IS HEREBY GIVEN, that aniasa all As-  il seasmenta dne on tho Half Interest in the West  of England Company, .Lightning CraekJ "owned by  JOSKPH MATTHEWS, aad all expenses incurred np  to tinta of payment, bo paid before the tirae of salt,  such interest will, he gold at .Rublio Auction, at the  0>tirt Upaaa, RlcbSeM, on Friday, the Eighth day of  November ne*t. at Twoire o'clock.' Noon.       -������  JAS. F..GERALD, .  Secretary West of England Go.  LiffhfcBbg Creek, October 25, 1872, oetf-td  ihe ;.: Anders igned, ; Agents,  behalf of thtf ;   '"''. 07.707/  ON  :A-N*I>  9 ' .  to    CLOSK;  AT .BARKRR^  r<*������������hpctivi������iy.^ hereby   gi re  l^iCE. ' of    fbftir   infention  the: establishments  YiLLE Ifoif SIX; MONTHS, on ;tb������ rFJF-  ^������^Hv^6rKilQ^: and Depositprs are:  requested1 to wi tbd ra w ^fa>������ r fu ri fl s before', tba t  d ate; .������������������ ��������� br.^ ndce j) t GeHificaUys for! the isarne1 pay-'  able in Victoria. Such -deposits as remain at  th^Ascenclesrat;the'date���������<uieulionod will bo5  transfeiTpd to Vic tor ia\ - . '  .,,:,,;;  v;: >  .'.;*; Deposi&o/ Gold for safe keeping will l>e:;  so Id/on tha) date, and the proceeds placed to 1  tbe credit;of the irleposife.-  All other villii-;  able articles not then claimed will be trans-  ferred to. Victoria at the rbk and cost of; the  owner.r;-0 ,:h,,? ,._'���������, v-,-'.: y;yx,rr--": ? '���������  For theBank-.of Britiab Columbia,     ^  ;  .   ,. y :0,    % MlASFMt Agent, x  For the Bank of British North America,  ;: . ,G. M, .MQRB1S, AgenL  October 7,1872. ocl2.  ^fore hia wmtpj, tin a calm and]'}���������.*** -open ai-^sor  manner^wio.are almost Irresist-fwnce at. Kicht o'siock. ���������  Entertain men t- to com-'  to he bad or!  R. JAMES 'WICKHAM HOLDf? UY  Fewer of Attorney, apd ia folly authoriaed to  Colleci all Pebta dufli to m������. "All those* knowing  ihaaiselrea to AtoJ&. my debt, hy either Note or-Ao*  Goant, will ploaae'jaaka immedjat'o p,iymec$ to "my  Ageat ���������,-.������������������ ���������������������������'.-���������  P. IUSKTTA.'  , y  ; -'    '���������   ^'vy.-,..f  Also, a good assortEBeot of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQtTORS,: CIGARS,       ������.  /      RUBBER A HEMP.PA.CKING,  LARD OIOjI&Ci fpr Mflobiocrjf  October5,^1872/ ',.: '  -   ..   ���������      -        ��������� ...-.;    /     . .       ���������. ���������:  ��������������������������� '*;    ���������;���������*,  '���������;,, ; ���������','-"'    i ,     tf'/   ���������*     ���������-  r2>.  .   0  S^B^^������' J  %  R*  K'jj.   K������  SATUROA^-NOV. 2; 1871  New 5y^mit.steri0ctobe  ���������ward arrived from Ysile lit ipltn. with a nam-  "ber ofIheG. P. 'UlS^eyotsA00l i. 00  The h|#14*fo#f the "town is vjjjrpodf ^<Atfctne  ^ses of* small-pox are convalescent, and no  new cases aif reported*   ft ������Supposed there  ' will be'io^brecasea^^iv^^^^ Ar -  7.,/-. ..-���������  ~<M**  ���������������������'  ���������5. ..THE rUMB &V������mt?a ;C0MPANT.: ^i'v. .'  The -sawaiill belonging to tbis company tft  now engaged; in^ Bawing |u������ber;fo?)>e^i)8e^  for the purpose, of. ������^^  and* ,mak������ room for the; iifew: bpileftwbiCb"  are now on the, road. A number of mon are  ���������engagad^ip grading, and ..some. Gbinaiueti-'tif e  ���������employed' inxrittlng a ditch to-fl rain;; the sir-  lace water.  The pumps that'a^  ape thirteen Incbeaoln-diameter;��������� end if the  weather la at all ;Tayorabie thay : and the  bo i lers wi 11; be in: jsrocldng- ^������ tiritv on th e 1st  ������iay of December next;^The;eucce^s;oiF this  ���������Compasy is a matter -of: the; utmoflt/.import-  ���������ance to this.; d istrict. Go 1 d ��������� has neeu opm-  p Ietelyl elirojntared froth j-tb*; benemas; bars,  A nd- pibfl-Uo w ;dlggioxify and AbeAyrhole Jmfiitftjy  ���������a hi 1 j tyj of tbe con ri try/w het her muscle or  Money, places its reliance oii the results to  be acni������������yed\fnt^Hp^ti^  It is hard Iy ^possible' that. these -(imp ressions  ���������will r^lriiVfai^r^VOnle^ry;creek in this  district where ;the;defiffi channel has;,bpen  proepjeoted good'payha*tieenfoiirid;Taryin^  from 5 oe.;to 1,00 ,pz. .and up wards t0. die ief.  of limbers. That" fact, not attempted to';be-  Rented here, rmWes-the riohrie������a, of th^eorin-*  try.,;: Oi(ly;l^}w^^,en Lijrhth ing^^reefc,^657���������  o������: we%iak^ p$  ���������pav r������#"lrie���������Jft^n'JmiiVif^ five andarbalf sefaftjf  timbers. And so it haa been in etery direc-  tion!;; ������������������:Ti?i;_(crea'^ all  miners ah<rpr*^ectt^,ft loihji district in :;the  :f aoe.; !* tye' *es t ;df-.;.;' meebt nery.: j We ���������'. are 7fH^i  t a *Wy. th\iy tha^ifficji I ty:is -n o wi Jiefiig; ^over-���������  ���������co rnC v: f lie; en'te rpri*e rpf v-ljie. - Lane-' & JCtt rite  O* m, p a ri y v a nd man jt&>mpanies oh ;jjgn\n \ ng.  <( h*e������*fc, aliow- rthat' ��������� notwitbsfanding sub ter*  ���������ntnean.riverif and  lakes ther deep channels,  wil I *b������? .prospected.. ...arid.!:prospected siicce'sB?  fully. ; 3lirire irteain power may here and ��������� tha're-  :be required,;feut it wiU.be every where as on  the "Meadows ot.; ibjs... creeks..* Science a#  : V ��������� \ %*!T\ ^ 1 ll>ti^^i}. an U mother ear tb' Wi 11 ��������� be.  "forced to������; disclose"--' her; treasures.    In  the  Hft>bdows;mine. the drire^isflpw 14Q feet ftom  the shaft; intersectfrixr'the'preseriit" creek at  TJ-crht unt?les.   The shaft i������ itself 120 feet, in:  ���������deoib. mittnlv ;in bed-rock.: A t\60 andAImO  Teet>jr ray el ^wrts; struck, but ytliat jfvldenfiy  came (hhiuih scams.   At 140 feet the drive  broke into the channel.   Immediately after  "breakingin a i4hitinp": In the bed rock was  struck ahoiit 18 inches in height   A.boye this  was h layerof ������friVel,and above that a^heavy  layer of afifte toielc^Ovar the slide rock there  ������ ppen ta, to be Allied of hard,; gritty grave 11,  which g\ves wfrjy indicatJeo pf being the  nearest deposiiito tlw bed rotek in the chari,.,  rel.   Iri this (Travel a proapeet of $20 has  been jobtal oed,-wbece ?it,:rajsy'Me eaid ������o prospect* was 1 ooked. for    When Ifcbe ne w ������pu mpa  and boilers are, at w������fk/the mbst swaeessflal  reHults may be aot$d-|sated.   41 is tbe wish of  every miner in thk district that these results:  will be favorably ariijualifj tbeir beR������<f M  the auriferous wealth -it tbe ,-deep cha-ase'l of  Williams creek. .  .. *.;���������'';������������������'���������������������������������������������.'���������/*������������������ .' KioLH 'cr^jck.     -..;���������..,������������������  The Waikem w. have closed Ann -for the  eeasoa. ������ ���������, i f -'. y ��������� -��������� '*?/0XiX7 - '���������  ���������<i0 "';';:'    . ���������   i^apwo cn^BK.  *-?' The,;Ross co. ha*e-been; workingrom the  upper abaft aiajiave BtrrVclc:falls, -'over whicli  they are now working. l;The Spriieeco; broke  through the rdchvbn; the top-of zthea; drxvev on  ^ynday la������t. ^fiere is how^abbui three feot  .of rock in the face. There is a good deal of  ^aM^c^teM'WilKlbti^  af e entertained ab out in as ter! n g. it., The  Ebint cov took oni MM ln������t wecfe 551 oz..  at)d on^Wednesday la^t.\?at; 13 o^clock. noon,  127 oz. The V^nwmkl^^co. are continuing  tikir,drain^jThe;^Vaneoar^: :cp.; cOntinua  efectrng" aiacfiJn������r^: Ttie^Clirfc cd^;areyiros-  p^ting., jRi^Glad^  diive tjirou^b rock into the cliaftnel in-order  tdtcnttbe witter off ftom the face.-!The Water  Lii y-$0? ba^e -qiiit Iwbr k, for ^tbe ^eeaso.n. ���������*:*��������� The  Eteyetf of England co. are working oa, high  r6ck.;taking;OVt expenses; '��������� Wh<m. their 1*^  p^mpa arrive tbay:jwnn drive ? for, the Liglu'r  n^gebanneii "���������'��������� The West, of England -co. arc  alpkingr:       , '7'0 '"���������' ': 7'x ���������/.- 7 [00 7:  . I :Ax : '���������;*'* ���������'irARrkT.CRHKicr;''':'; -.; ���������' /,. ���������''' ���������������������������.  A |fhe,Fester' cpJira down 43;feet,iand baye 1  3tf uck slide j rock^ which^ iriikes\ tbev emki tig;  v^ry slow ; not much wa ter; tb contend with.  Tise Mlanehaha co. baye started another top  drain jo relieve the di^frihgsi: if AM^ier:: \ The  Gammingfl coi-.bave struck higUj; rpqfc ;goiffp  up streanitiajfid are-felle^in^itup #ftrid the  cbanaeL The 'Manitoba co. are finding prospects, and expect to bV on payin a;shor|  time'. iTfe 0pmiJiion;Co|ar^  pumps, aiid have obtained good prospects:���������  $&. Perse veraD ce co^ are taking t^iffi/\syti  if������v^)^^Snder din1cnlt!i's;m'idibg;.mu^  slide rock and man/ largb%uldci^l:';i;rf:'^-i^<-  to.bj? held In-trust for ind form part dif^aid  qqA'X-::., xy: .... :y0 -yyi:y. A7yy'y.r* ^x  ' -Oct. 22^Vnlcan Co.���������Recorded An. favor of  Jo bri Peebies, 1 full intereBt, abandoned by  Alex^Jack;.;., ;.Vi ., 0^: A 0' i _,:y &70ii  ,.. 00 -- . -���������" t ��������� ' COTTf.TTft CltKKk-;- ?l 00 .7 X' *  vScpt, 10-^-Ilec*3rde4 in fav^r;bf Ab'Toow.  Ab- Feoin: Ab -Sty,; Ab^Ypring,tarid -Y<!t -Chiii;  5 creek claims, co^hmencing^ % p^ewi-icabin  (OWnaman?!). arid nirining^^ doW^itr#an|.J00.  feet., edjoining^ lowerrlinci of; tbe Ab^ jCJow co.'  .Sept.;7���������Ah Gow co.'---Recordedin favor.of  Ab Cp^i Ah Wong.vAh:Singr andrAh Mdorii  H jreek clajms, comjaencjn^ailbeup^per .irie  of! Ah - Co #8 ��������� cab fn"' and runrii rig up, -sir^am  300 feet: : >;;  ; ���������' j / ./7X ; //. OTfei^.M%ERs:; A'/ ���������"'"���������"���������' //'.[  VObfc 14-~Ben Nevis c^.~Bwdi^ediriifaVbr'  ofi'Peter :Sarij;ster.";;DaVid E,;PriCo,:WniiaRi:|  WUliani^,; sTobrir WiViianris^ itoJt.ti ^ Sbaw. Dan;  Parry, John Oaw;son. RrAlideilson, Thomas.  All an /Lewis Wfnt'rip* Will iam vJones. l)ayid  Williatrisv;Johiirlji; Miiir, Boldmon'Gadman;  and Win."Cullis,; 15;interests ?..���������re-rbebrei^ v-:A-  > Tub ������orJtu reip .-^TJie ei tiKcjriis 6f.. tb is .p 1 ace;  wiftN,rccollect that at the time the (Mjgf:iCpin*  midsidC^ Pf Lands and Works arrived here  wo"tbdlf u'eiliijefty ef cajllng bla������atteritipBf;tp  Brass HSisfiNas���������We"hltd .tbo pleasure  during the x^cek of injecting Bomeferas*  ca&tinpn mJ&de by.Mr Thomas Fletcher 0a  Lightning Creek, and we have no hesitation  in saying that. any'miniDif.company that requiresworfco.f thAt soft will finditdorielbem  to- Ihelr Bfttisfaction;   11 r, Fletcher has just  Completed atu*raace-fp7 doiag"*thisv iclhd e^  work, and will; as may be'sceri by"nS ad.verA*j  ^scment, published Jo-day; supply b?it uir  gtoveH to all who may. requira .them. .-These  st^vea -are^encased in jsbWt iron, and a pipe  'can be carrieVt from the onistile rasing to anv-  pa'rt of a dweliin|f or- shafuhouBe.   Notbin-t  mdretbauhp^air will, go through it. :Thrt  pipo wbfch.conyeYs the smoke pa?������*a from  the in tilde casing through: the outer rtne? and  h'a'3 n<f'Hconnection with it;. The st^ve. b������i :  already been tried and has'proved successful;  It-ought-to be of,'great.advantage in keeping. '���������  the macbinery Jn^baft'bouEe| at an equabla  and workable'^ temperature^   * \ ���������. ���������     ���������"���������'* : " :  '.?'*���������'      '.   '\ '     .    "..*'���������'       '.* '. "V''** -���������.'���������"-- ' "���������",-' .    - A     ���������  ^BAnxaitp.d:6o.yfikrB88S aYrived on Satur*  day morning "last,,.bringing, a. mail, an ������r-  p'reas.and the-foUdwiog passengers:��������� John  Tbe^newg from tbis croelt is*;:ratbW/tnit  conr.agibg! - iffie compjtny *Awhe.;." haye been  prospecting: all eeasou-for ^a back '..channel  liaye. at last fd an d on e; on A th e :east bank of  the-creak. ;Tlie.^reat^diiSctil^^of packing  tools an id pro visio ri s during, tlie winter {^wil I  'probf blf Ipi^vent work until spring;:;;; Appli-  caiinn[- WaW\ made yesterday foy discovery  claims, and the^right was grantedv ���������-..* 7^ X'  ���������7 X THR'MOSQCITO QUiRTZ TiEDGR. ;  Tbe' eompany; has. been -prospecting, this  J edge,r which will pay very wfellT���������at least  $150 per ton. About666i)purids-were washed  in a rocker last^ week;apd yielded _$55.^" Tlie  co mpany^ls iii fl prospec ting, run riihg i nto the;  mou ntatn; and the indicatj0ns;shdw that.JthgiJ  q u art?, will- inl pro ve the further it is followed  ;jnt<? "the mountain. .: Wo .ate;^informed^^tfiat tbe  iidge Is now tested iu BucVa;wayas to' show  satisfactorily that it will pay haadfiom^ly if  properly worked^;-? 7 it-AX'''.'/'.."?;��������� .'"-f  MIN.ING RKCQEDS.  - ^n,nA������at<m81.K-  The^claims above Lichfield hsv* closed  work for the season, with tbe exception of  the Steadman co.. wh������ are putting in a Hume  preprtftfttery to next hummer's work. "Tbe  Flume Company baa p������id well this season.���������  The Weir Mary Anne co. cleaned ������p over  $S000 far the season. Tbe Cornish ������q. have  cleaned up over 300 pa..for.tbe season, and  before ^closing tip Hvork en the claim ������btaineS  .78 i oz. The Brense, Bradley-Nicholson, arid  San Juan all paM diuftag the season. IHie  Cariboo so. M- preparing for winter's work,  with a sure prospect of beiog on pay in a  ���������flhort time. .Tliei^eish co. are Mill at woiir.  The Independent^, are also at work dad  inking out money. Th������ MacpbercJonee- ha^e  done welUU season.  last  paying divl-  JACK OP CLVJm CHEEK.  The Discovery co. washed up  ���������week. The Two Sisters co. te ju^ ,...,-  ���������dends. and washed I oz. to two pans <m Wednesday, last, The Tm Brothers couhaVe'ft  ���������haft down 108 feet in cla,y, A tunnel has  o������en run from this 80 feet across ta e deep  ������w������   -������A blind.shaftjs.no,w.feeing 01 ink to  "VtithefbMWl 0A-  IaTQbtnlvo rjUKKE::  * :Augiist. SI���������Victoria co.���������Recorded in  favor df 0. Topianq. P. Lynch; S. Soo tt, J.  Hdlrnes, J. Bel I * Joh ri^Wi 1 kin s 011,'Wm. B i Is-  land.G. Mills, J. H. Todd, and Isaac Lipsett,  I interest each; R. Wright; li interest; J. W.  LI lid bard, i interest; Robert Magirl; T. M6-  Cormack, Wni. Nichojls; eaqh i interest; consisting I n al I of -1309 fee t cfee k ^ c 1 ai ma, from  oasestd base of side hills ; re-reaord.  Sept. 17���������Lightning co.���������Recorded hi favor  of P. Glendiiming, James C; Brtiin. J. Hunter i  J. Minton, Jonathan Ardell,. each 1 Interest;  "W. ;Gbarlton and Jobii A. McKinnon, each J  interest In tbo'Lightning co.,.consisting in ail  .of 1400 feet creek claims and held in 6 in teres ta ; re-record. >   . ���������;  ������Sept. 23���������Water lAiy co.���������Recorded in  favor of Wm. Waiso 11', Jo b 11 Merri tt, Aarpn  W������>od, Peter Oilier. Thomas Perry, James G.  McMillan. Wm. Hitchcock, L, Wintrip. P. Ma-  nelta, E. Lai Her, 10 bill claims on right bank,  comrawing-attna'lower line of the'Water  Lily and running up stream 1000 feet; also,  in favor of Edward Wintrip. Robert Win trip,)  and'Thas. Bell, 3 creek claims'- in the mouth  of Davisvtsek, comsnencing at the upper side  Sine of the Water Lily co.'and running up  stream 300 feet The whole to be held in  trust for and form part of tbe Water Lily co,  Sept. S9-rSawmiU-c6.���������"Recorded in favor 1  of P. Manetta, G. Taylor, James Elder, Jobd  Naismith, John Stephenson, F. Bonnier, Arthur Johnston, T. MoCormack, Andrew Jcf-  fray, John Bell, and Jo&a Vi, Wilsoo, each 1  interest.; ro-reenrd. , *-,*-# ���������  . P,otohejr 1���������Hope co.���������Ra<^r*d^.in favor  of Joseph Burge,' Ales. Holliday and P. Brnn,  300 feet of mining ground ������i������*iated atthe  mouth of Vanwinkle creek, adjoining tbe  Ophir co. and extending down stream.  Oct. 6���������Pioneer go ���������Recorded in favor of  John Cannon. Wm. Bilsla&d, Joa. Carotbera,  Owen Crowley, Robert Lipset.t, each 1 interest ; Patrick O'Hare and J. A. Williams, each  one-half inters fc; re-record.  Oct 8���������Spruce co.-^RecordedJn favor of  W������ If. Pol mere and John Velatti, .-2 Week  claims, commencing at tha upper line of the I  S-pmce *5������, sa4 ruining up stream ������00  Mackay, Joseph-Denny, Charles .House; Wm.  ffydgkineon-. Vr: Belh aod: Miss SkooUfc.���������  The Down Express left onSiindayvmorp1ng������  - -r. v . ---,->-       , ,-,,       v    carrying a mail, anezpress and the following  the;necessity:of improvmg^or re-buiiajng the: pa8/cri^r9'��������� -John Daly,' thos. Parry; John  oldjbulkheadX] the rear-of tbiS:town m:8uch :&eildeP\0I1 CoI>-C. (X' LanV Jobu^Pu'rgeW  'rm^'-thaMbat jktrt.-fof the wagon road^un. -Qd B u*    ..... y.y.y-0x '���������   u *>-****>  nibgthroujrb ;BairI^^U������^outt:fe.pMecUid  frorn >Se inroada of 4*i������: creek- during the o������  currfin^ofifresbet������SSlHft^y,aner  'tion-list- waa stared to assist J ������\ defray (Qg the  expense of building tijebulfe^^^eqw^^d,  'and^iire^iaait^  . hn^be^/Bubs^bed ;r^lliat  'iafiabitaintsIj$ l&foyplace./aw3;:';iti;^cMtjf;  Af%lilr Waike^ieft Mr SpenCe^eoeiyedV*  ^ru^tloni?t0put up Bach^^Ikheafii^^pnld  "pyoikfetthe^to wn. K -ji was" ''gen^rttll ^inppoaed  vi tjih^time tbafr a^lab bulkhead A will & ,��������� be  suftidient forthat piippdse^but the eipeiietice  nf the���������; last frfjibet; preyed that -tjfc^id and  towb; coiild not lie p rp'tected.by an j='^oiJti.pt  ���������'that' ^orfevln:-^th^i^dsj ttiajiAgfe^^ftb^  wprk bul^id^ae^ieoessary  iianipy to' sfly^ThaaVnow' been-bnllt^ipn; a 'most  solid ^undatio.Bu and was ;completei-jC8ter.  day! ? There is'"tibw^-pof. tbja:: leastsdaJrigcr; ef  fey;|iBtt;!&t4jjl(B3!te  three^rearsitb centei antf non^ ^e^A? ^ditif  ary;p|ecaiUtona.; are: taken7tp; preveptl'sucb  A disagtroiw ey������^nt^; T?e jieliey'B the blilkbead  ally^<5iitempiated,!butthe^a>ia^^^  iibeltrrni-..^  krrivaj; of Jack Fros t in gufflcieht^ "to explain  that fact.,-; The Work; is, as we have already  said, p0w, fiqisbed' 1 a:ft moptsubstantlalfand  wo rkni anjifo m^nn rer^and*- every body ifrthia i  place fe, we 'believe; th oronghly flatisfied w| (tithe \ re^ul4^'a resn11 .which could no t under.  tbe��������� ;cii*cuuiatancea bave been ,more oheaply  attained; .Mr Spenoe'has;:becu .unremitting  "ftf li is e n (1 eavors to h ay e the work c d mpleted ���������  at as small k cost and in as rapids manner as  possible.1 ���������' ��������� -..  ^;Col. LiKi8.^tb������ ^fltlpmah !..tftjrriV*d- on .  Barnard ^ Oo.^a'stage on the:19tb and jeft on '  tne' ;27th . ult Gul. ��������� 'LaaVs: arrivai1 and th������\  measures ta.ken by him on; behalf of the Qom>:.  ; p any bas' dispel led a Ifdbttb UJa. the minds of .  even bar-room croakers as to .fbe. results :te*'  ���������-jb'e achieved; by the'^^Corapliny. which berepre*  psents. Success is noW aa certain as is posaible .,  ���������iw-Uhin the Umitiof prospecting for gol&-''���������'���������=;/  rttisr -Nigut. or -rna SEaiox������-^The Ama*. ;  tsurs-advertise a performance for next Satur- j  (Jay eventit^ when,, the humorous: play "of -  ** JJricle^ Z&n&iy;"'iwill' .be'performedvto be ���������.  Totjiiwed bya> mnaical entertainment. The..  pla^^omg'public will rera^mbW' tut Ibis/.  vWiillbe.tbc last oppnrtunity of seeing, their'  favoritesn-Messrs. risj^r and TtiOrapBbn-r-for . j  some time, as both of these gentlemen wilt  sbbitly: leave; fbftho-lW y iy.X  ? iipNO the RrriyajsAast week ^re.aotlce tbe������������������������'-  name bf^Mr Joseph; 'Denny, Captain ^f,the  :  W.ilirams ���������r'eek Fire.,Brigade. -Mr Penny ha*  .  been on a-pleasure trip; to the.'"agricultural'  districts^ and come-back much recuperated. .  ^KEjibvAL^The piScerof: tbe ��������� Caiuboo Si������-r -  TiicKii has been removed to the two.story.,  buildiog fprnierlyicnewn m Bianc'a Photo*'  graphic GalI'ery.-   '0-/A '000'r '0;7 ''���������/..  "���������'���������imiim 1   ������������������nwiitTtei^^i��������� iii 111 I n^������ww���������������*fiimM>iiwam���������mwa^ '.-.'���������  San -ipAN.^-flt; would appenr, notwUhsMd^  ing all;, oiir 'pmgnosti^uonsi; t|iat;;kt!ie;y5an  Juan Island and its accbrapahiments-are Itj'st  to; n$. lit ;Waii all-very well for us to talk  aboutr tfje Rosarlo channel, and;;say/$*& RQ  other boundary could beVvtbeii^Jij^fi ^ We  frvnrlltrKaMavad  that t^rt  " Ttflirh^ sskraltfl WprP  fondly believed that the JfHarp^itraits,Were  thoroughly Unknown, and^ in1bjt& Sejconsid-  ered in connection with the -decision ��������� of the  p resen t qu etui on. ,If ,the' tel egraphlc .re po r t  be true.;ti.e Jfelapdfli"������f,;������aii Jnan^ Lopez, >pd  Orcas will go to the Uiiitecl States of America,  During ihe la'st few years settlements have  been formed in these localities, and the resi;  dents have rejoiced in a freedom from tax  ation. Im porja I, C9I0 ni al,; 0 r Arajir jeanii axes  could not be- levied, and sheep and cattle  roamed and browsed at leiaiire. Now every-;  thing will be changed. The poor citizens.'  whether willing or not,* Will' be Americansi  and'will have the privilege of enjoying alt"  th e b e nefits re.su Ui ng f rqm th at c ire 11 m staa co.  Duties onVall kinds of goods will be raised to  a limit that has been previously unknowuf  and where peace and plenty "flourished there  will be found want and privation. The population of these;islands have, however, had the  advantage of two markets for their produce!  ever since the dispute ripened. Those markets were tbe garrisons,-antt iu the enjoyment  of their patronage everybody derived benefit.  This will now.cease, and extraneous circumstances will no longer onSaa Juan Isia'ad  have the effect of raising or, lowering the  value of merchandize.       . ' ������������������   ,. , "\  Smat.t. Pox.���������It will be seen by wir.telegraphic report from New Westminster that  his dangerous disease is abating its terror*?.  No liew cases are reported and the patients  are convalescent. Many people are desirous  of' going below* during the ensuing winter.  Tbey should tajfce every.precaution to pr^venl  contagion. Carelessness may bring tha loathsome disease^ with all its horrors, nextse.asoii.  ... No -Report.���������Tbe wires were down yesterday, consequently we are unable tr> turn urn  our read^vi*itb ,tbe usual Xcje^rap hie re*.  t r.. ���������, ���������  ^ISGfiLLANEOUS  n--  Xx IMPORTERS AND DEALERS I?T .  '���������**" -  .   ���������.������������������*'...'���������, - - .  General- m er c h a nd \ z e0  Having purcbased the House and Stock of :  Messrs GppsnlLeimer BroSe  ���������. -<TogatheXvWith-  FIEEP11O0F        0/x,  X:    ���������-;.;.;;WlREii0USEf  $&* Consignments IVom belowr solicited.  .-. .  Rem hi ning ia the Barkerville Post Office oa  1st .November,  1872.     Parties  calling for  letters in the������������������foliowm^liat, Vl& pleas^f ash:  f0r Advertisecl ^Letters r -      .    v   ��������� - '   ��������� ���������    :  Augove, Wm -'-McKerizte, J  Burkholder, W S      McDonald, Ales S  Barker, Wm       -\. McLean, Ho ward'  Dunn, John {Registd;) McDongal, Roderick rr  Drever.^Vm'v.' '^ ��������� MiUeri,'John  Wm -       .   ...  Pick. Archibald  Forbes, F ;W.. i.  Qlover, Anthony &  Gruno, Da?ir3  Hilton, M    -  Jones, Daniel  Jones. W It  Jones, W T  Johnson, Aaron  Kundky, Wm (2>  Layspu -r.    -  Laniere, Wm  LvncD*. P  Pendray,  Pinker ton; John ������ .  Potier/rhomaa'  5:  tichards,Mathew(2)  oBertfibn I>.avid -  gheldon M^ry if J *.:  Spruce Geo  Bamp������om John'  Segars, B  .     ���������  8anders, Wm.  Scott, James  ... -  Swaim* Andrew  er v  Harry  :). "jbitiftt.  *i*  McLffue, Jobn L B (2) Worhamv. Harry  Mattiee, -Stepben-^    V/illiuras," John Wm . *,  Morris, Ytmk WHlfama, Jobn B   -  JOHN BOWftON,  ���������S355 ma ���������:  Xa ���������  $7  X-  -ii.  sr' f  ���������i  p  n  ���������m<:  IJ?: i  ::  h:'*m.  - It  m  ���������#/Xi  ir  ������*'"     .  I  v.-  I,i  Xi >  V.  I- '.  '���������'  "" :,tBCrXU NOTICES,.&c. ;   ,^,,^  ^^^^^^S:'���������'" ���������^1^*:^-���������. rf="^5==^=^^  IN the supji^ "':v'-v;";v:'r v./^;:;.::,; -���������*' ' "^ 7v;���������/; ��������� I    , -..   .;^^ttty  . :.:^...xx ?  .=3a:itbo'i'matl  a tt persons i^Kf?Tn:i>'to ;tbt>'above- rJ;?r.  &** iW^?:��������� **������*. .w������w-^������������h.-.: debts immcslir  .Vfi" -'"  ntchflgl^gept-'^^^f  pfflc|a t !Ad ib liitst r^  >.'������a#.4  - - ������������������= oX ��������� y, *m C0LWMBIA; 70  ; 0 A.".  ���������: . 77' 'X'xf^y- rfritotatft ' '''"' : "��������� '  '*  JXiita^^-^trAqulrdd to. pay such.'dcljta  imnicdk  tntely; and" all 'persons who have claims -against;; awetf  - - --���������'���������* ** "ow't t.Wm i ii to me 6a or before  "T. fi.,;H  :''������.''���������:���������{���������!  ,. ���������*������. ., 'vAw.'. A-.fhvr'^'''.' ��������� v^;'j������"!'''j' - ���������*'.'"T" V?"���������/��������������������������� ������������������*'��������� '���������!- r *;*'*:"'���������''; hfr~ ���������"���������J:  rft'-V-i  ���������'ii'Y :?  .2*3*4%  ���������Wv  '"���������������.  TO'KfOTNI0iI  walr to infnmstheifTrienflsana\thepatiI1ftn������ttb|jr  ���������'.XA.hAAlAAyi;'..,,'Celebratedy. .  WoftieE' SiTewS^HlRIE^ *8 AUC5.  '; .:��������� Declared by Connouseurgto no   ��������� r:' 'A.A  ���������TOs*^lyi;:;g6qi) :/b0g������0 "  0^0.���������.  ;<jj5i-?^,i'-s,.**'v"'uJ  "���������'"i/pnciii.AdmiBUtrajWr ,-;  '.-qfifc  tatlilaSU^'paritt^a*^ .^^f^.;'>;.i-.--r -'--? ������������������������������������* " ---  r  -tM^T W WTTCE:I !3' herclW-giyen,' ftbat from and  ;^i^^MafHase������itlM  &'g!igars;  m  ' >ctfi872S^iWorOMco?6f the DistTict'Re^iTaftb^ ^ji ,^ f ^ eMf������^Winded^anjJ ttejlsesfr  Ihe District^Keretii4Wsam^6s^a^y.^l������'lake\ ffi?*^***^^  ��������� ^lactviud ,yi thin ithe times follow ing, that lif -to* say:' W^^AxX^ 'yy* > i? >'7k -- ':*'", _'���������' yhX������ 0' &$%X  1  "     ���������;;, r 0x- 0  BIRTHS^-WithlTi GO:days frofiiitbisidate:thereof.;5   ;  PEATHS-HAVitbiiiJ80,days;after]lateravent.--; t <-;,;, .Xa,  lU^^^^^^^^^^i^^ date t&ere.������fc ]  Evesy^aseb^lder^HeaU %^  i oia*ne'-poi -wy!.."������'i,?.,r,'"'.,;;,.|V,1* -'���������%.rii-^j  '  ;���������������������������  -'^f'rc^oRNiA;;''-.;.,;; :..-���������;,, ..^.'mV.---'-.  - :> ���������^^I^'ON':TERB)TOR|r^ ;,.,...:  i r--;i'5NEV*^Ai^:/,%!'>^-r^.;::;> -: *^-^:; ������������������  iXAmP' ������������������'AAA,:, ���������.;;.;  :-:-  U-: '; "-������������������ I =. >��������� tA-r ������frli*.&.;- - ,- .   v '   - ���������' - ������������������ ,-'������������������.; -; X*' ������������������������������������������������������;��������� XX?���������*���������:-. ���������  \/A70 :WEXieOf;v; 70y7//7:T0:,r'X0< A,  ^^00$$Wil710*7 ycx///^ '���������> *   -"������������������-  ', <:������������������'  ....-A'������������������,.'   ������������������-;.  rcySry^lfeAK6Solt2not'^fiM{i^ia^ ,.... ., _  -���������tnaBiTwp*Qtyi)oUar0,vto;^e^rec^rod^ , ^ -.' !^p^wi' ' -"'~' A  .*������������������" -m *vn tr ':  t-tbe localityfwh'cr* ?uy, *vtca-"-JQff}J8Cii i*"oojumittod.  ''; ...-^;ev^r A.-y yxtr -r-: -.lv- ,~::>x ���������,*> a c. ���������-, -.  . agslisVtlie-BsljirAcC*:; <*7A X0:r^x.' x:   - - - ;���������. ?    ;      'l A   - .;;   _ , '," ,;;v/' # ;^"    f   ; -        t  ,-'^':'"'!!H^ 's*ifiy*;������i>mM!J^%V'?'-t;i' *?:  ui.'-^'';^  ! -: r , ;- . -:-        .���������.-...f" x0".    0"-^-'*'���������'- ^'yX  I*ad���������ftesiatr^^.Cyftce^    ,'\*.  X0'-:- -; H ; " ; \A ila^lwar^rs supplieiUwltb |ho^:best;or ^yer^tbiiAg  '    ��������� ������������������-*���������������>;;j:vt������>: !?ti$������'\tt&Ki'- -KX-.'O^f':%'AX:iyx0^^Xr::r..'y  I* i  -���������*>:-���������:������������������������������������ ' ������������������'������������������a- ':.-  '  Tp make roomvlor^pdsff;^00^' '  !  5;     IRAMO KQTEL BUIUHHB.^. - "  ::    '���������;������������������  ,w-r0~rl<x--<:. yyy? ;-,-;' . , - v ,;.  7iX00ii}:x?r.  XX.  ^ iyM&^W^ir^*$^$$?$iA7i 7  x m*&������. >m%:it^Mi^M-.. ���������. *>���������< - :->  ,;;teYeriY;tu^   ���������'  '������������������^'^^V'  v-a-;.������::;  .Brltiish.Columbia, wituiii.i,uts |iui:uvn.v. *,.   ������a Brfiige," ttieimakiti&o^ or  .^TftlegrapU Liaej tbe c(m&tr.unclioii.pr.j^  The^Jtn^^lB^?nfonn;'tbe Mipep.  The foli^winr -cli^of ^i^y^^T^ \  ,..X7y0   ��������� lected for Mraere1:   ., ; t.  ."^'  v.(u;���������  *.fe-^^*^^:'..  ty  v������r ln(riyiduats;ar.y exelusivovor..p,eculiar rights or priV-  ::.v>.ilcgfis whatetchi:;Or ,lbr;-dOUig- any, matter -'.or..thing  ^ ^rbichiln tti#l^ijpn;wmi^  A ':V#rty of -'otlt'erip aHl e^"w;rel^7t������:-'any partlciilar.. class  :;: efthe^comiriuttnyV-or for;mal6ing apy amendment ofa-  i^lke'.'natare'.tp any tormer Ac^'^ualiri^Qlral^/Kpti.cie',-  .. ;^leairfy^aiiTd1stmct1 jr spebif viiig tlie" aaturs'^ and'dHj'c'ct  .-.of.ilie appHcatibti, to be publiahed as folio wa, viz.:, -'.:  , and In oxi'f' nis^^tiifer17pUUlts Ifed 'tn :tb c: district at-  Tootedt or if there uo n������newspaper publislied therein,  vihea la .a- acwrj^^ria. tb o, next -^.^^rrat^iatstot.. 4.n -  ���������wlilch #newspaper4s;ottbllslicdj *y    -j, "-Ah f ^ ������ 4 ^  ^7: Such notice' shall' he contiiwed In each case for  /a period of at lsaisi-kix.-i^Qfce������ipftur.ltig^itJkVo interval of  ; time between tbe-closeql" the iiftxtpreceding Session  ��������� .ana tbe c^sblerationof tbe petitioj*., x 0,0X-���������*���������',-  ! 6i.; Before any Petition:pray.in'ii;for|leaVf������i to; bring  'An a-.P'rlvate Bill for. the erection of a' toll* Brl'dgs is  ;  -;������)re8ent^tto^tbe;"BpiSi^ihb'^ers'dtf oriperao'tis.'.ihtond-  --Jng,tq petitioa for sucli IEU sball^iapon giving tbe.no.  .   .<ilee pfrescrtbed in the preceding J&le, also at tho same  ,; tim^;. and In the sum* manjier, giye.noiice of.tlis^atesJ  . MWbich they intend to ask, tlie extent;o{-.thc '.^livilego,'  ;>Hie h^b^QLtbc...arctiVH, ,.i.he..interval .be.twc.en.���������tiiC5  iabiitmen ts or pi era for ihe: passage of rafts or vessels,  am& mentioning also wheiiicr they intend to erect a  ^Uawbrldgo or not, and .the dimensions of tho same.  r;^--r;^'-CHARLES,G00i>r- A'-''   M  ������agt w������ .*������������������ ��������� w *��������� ��������� ���������'. Clerk-of tbe'fc*ginlatiy������ AastmMy/*'  ^tS.e Celeb������ted/;':"; .*'..''. ly/.  if-^vCOFFE:Ei;  AiT43rJorart1c-le^o..an;y������blcb:^n:K  ;;'���������: A: :Gks^tMmWi%^4, Ar XA i '���������,  l!ln-ii^^fe������-'--^i������,A^T������:j:iTr4*flS!i..*!  oration.  jet*.'   ,,-������������������;���������T.���������������. ��������������������������� ���������������,  And a Very Fine '&&$������.'  ats*  HFiS TO ANNOUKCKTHAT THfcY HAVE RBMO V ������D  St.  Georg* Saloon,;whero. they will be at ail times  prepared to furnish  B 0 A K V    A H w    ** *=��������� A " w .���������  ^OF ;tHE;;;BfST  ���������ni 1 BAR   ..'furnished with "the finest- mm  liQUOUS and CIGARS.  ^neAmdersigned'b^ irfaQA^lfite^' W^r\.!  ... j*.  4 HB'PTopaii^;'to.'fanilsh4;'tnmb'4r at tHelr32X������tlsx  Ji.   WilllamCreek, or'doll ver it t'o-or^ler,-- ���������;i   -   -  -���������REEK.      *-: ;!.  ���������Tfetving a -p'lanlni^SaBhiae-'^to1 speratton tfeey.will  alio Jurniab ������������������. -.  '������������������������������������'.������������������*.. y.xr- -.'?:-    "  **.  $lCper  avt m -"���������  A fine, selection of  . A.ifine'assortment ^f'  JLa.  Running in close connection with'the Staged  from Yale to Barkerville.    '      _  Fer9on8.v^ti^:*eOka'na^  find U^;bytethe;nja6N<>nvenient^ode,or    ���������  travel.  Will belransacted-<^er th*-roiiteJ, F^g*;.''-  Sea! parcels, delivered' -Commissi^:...:;  executed.!;CoHcdUw^������-_. WT>'J c0    ������ .  ;  aii242m    ^ ^F.(JxfiAftNABB A.00.  riar-r  es.  Agency  : "jd^Osll and- examine prices.^?/^lf  ^S^a be sold.. YEUy .'CHEAP, ^ Ca^h,  ^C*v-������    ...-*"*^������A  vU commenced her Weekly Trips. leaVinff  QuesaeTon MONDAYS; and Soda Creek ou  ,       '  ?KB1DA������������'atdsyligbV;.,     . ..  :: ������������������ Weight! .  ���������-..-���������   IcMitperlb.  ;  >>iiood3 consigned to ������VSS������oT-'"'  foiCar^d Free ot Charge for Stoiag* ������ .,.  ConimissioD,   ,;. ��������� m^,& W&mX ,  pi  M  M  M^^  i  1


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