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 '-.' s.s* tfwraa^xja  ^  ���������y$ti'\?  Barkerville^ William.:Creek,-'B.O.r'Sattirdayj .NoviV^j.^syo's  ������  Ho:  ������  ,:V|  :5'���������-���������Publish'ed every Saturday -by  v'cr;  ) R;0 B: E:RJT;,H Q:L,L 0 ,W; A Y,  .;'^Subscription^ ;'-  -M"5(f Cerife perWe'elr.  ���������-'������������������".���������'������������������ *-X RATES OF ADvkRTiSlKG;' . "'' '.''; "''���������'���������  ;% ���������    ft i j-*-*/ -.  .. i<  .:'}���������':��������� yy-   ��������� -1 <  ii\  ...- .--i   ������';*; ",������..-  . f. j For i one square (one inch), fl rst i nsertlon,   - ��������� $ 3  ;���������.-'���������;" a'aXXaIA one mouth, .,: .-. .0  x'., For two .squares, first insertion,iy.- yz:.-.; ������'**.?  ������������������'?P- '.U!T,'   ;:.";V''  one month,sir1...*' .-.���������."������������������:'.^;..- X%  i; ������������������*������������������.������ Agents; for -the .y G arib o 0 S entinel. WA,  ii 'Van (Winkle; ^vif-i %;'*���������."   ;.Mr.G. ���������W...-Lindhnrt '..  : ; THE MAINLAND ^LBGRAEH LINE;!-!  ix::7 /.0. BARKB^nxE^ 3^t-October 1876.: ;  ;To His Excellency' ANTnox^MusGRAynij Go'iy  *j U;' ernSr of. British 'Columbia,%0 H7 ��������� *: 7  . Sir,'���������We. >> the- undersigned* .inhabitants-"of.  Qariboo, beg respectfully to'1 request that you  wi 11 issue, instructions to tbe ��������� ���������"parties now re-  pairing -the; Telegrap h 1 in e. to j the eiTe ct. that, it  sh all be :. co mpleted to B arkerville without  delay,  ' We regr'et. tpr learn that at tbe present glow  rate^b f.'. $ rogress/; th e re, is lit tie; probab i Uty 0 f  the line rb;ein g. c 6m pi 0 ted. ���������'��������� farjli er ? th an > Qnm-  nelmouth.this season, ������nd'f������;i^--greato.-fpdN  .^jaj&^pj^^^.^  X0x7f^x.   ..  '^JiS^tlATOHtf aUKER^ ��������� JEWELLER AiM&Am  'ffJSi'} 1' graver,'' 60vcrnment' street,��������� ziqxt'to, the  ���������$$[���������- StiwNicli olas note l;. Victor lav V- I.? ���������: ?Ohrbnbni-  oters and Wato lies clea'neji, r epai re d, an d:. warranted *.'  Every description of Jewellery made to order.*, > Plain;  ;anu-Ornamental^ XXi ������������������'.' -  Orders' fro'iA3 tlie Upper conn try promptly a tie nded  to.:;. :.:���������':��������� .?������������������������'��������� .������������������'",,::��������� ������.���������':.'���������. ���������:;:-:--?.:;   '".������������������". x r---.*$<  .MISCELLANEOUS.'  y Air e & s^iiip^;imiu^o ai^ bVM.  S  ���������a,.^rPjfiber,;;'^ ;;7  "Hudson i&^Mohet;;���������'.;���������?,  , - ������������������'��������� ���������* .  ;.16hn',CJoUGus  JSari Francisco  -New'York;  ;i':i-tjit"  Cards, bircriiars^os^  v ^.'Salls-^ '.:'i  ^^^^^tedwitiineatness and dispatcb.^@2^  yyyfyx^ -yy terms'moderate. :���������"' V'" 'y A i I  t #5M.  MININO RECORDS.  &%tyy Jj&S+w   "���������"'���������'  ������.  :':' -.'.. ���������. r,vL'lGHTNIN6 NCREEK.;  1 'lower  22���������l?ritz  f .;^"iM^-b������ncii; '���������&} abu'^omnjenciiig ut thtv  ^liil^fplf ^e^riWinkle Mouth co-; and  iiiaiung ;dpwn^stem^ -part  -. of said co.   ��������� ,/i "' ...���������.��������� ...    ������������������    ^ -. .      .,���������'������������������' '���������  7.A:'-'Home ^ak^-Go^Oci?24^Bfitz Steitz. Jo?;  . ���������  iCo. land! run ni ng-jd own. streani; 20Q feet. iTo ibc  'fenowti as the Home Stake co.*���������-   " ; Av  // 7 \- ' j     ,-,,fAST,CHAKCB;,CREEk.' ���������", "i? :   ' f" '..  if^Octi26^%m.;Hinds;-one- bench claim on  "-east-side..," v ".,���������������������������'���������,.-'���������,     ,-,.������������������:  0'-. x;Al ��������� '��������� % '[ "��������� WittlAM^bREEK;' X '' ���������" ;��������� ��������� ;.' ���������': '���������' j  i7.j Whs^^o^Qct.. ^^Sing^;Lee,Vpiie Ml  - elaim nnileft 'bank,- to form��������� paffcioftWilson cb.  -1 ^'California-������.Tunnel';?;cd^t)ct. v31-^-Henry  ���������jbii^'Md^^  .rRe-recprd.;^'^..;;:-; v.;;; .^^on^-j^.^fV^.N-rV'  . J s Old Australian; po.-r-6ct.i'i~W.. S. LouUet,  one creek ��������� claim, commencing^>at the upper;  ?line; of tbe -Welsh col������r and rn lining up stream^  ;;ldO;ffeet^b^in������:tbe'l^ old  Austra)iaa-co. xix    x//70;.'" ���������'  ^urdiiJcoi-rCfoS; 25���������0. VT. Robinson, Jos;  Shaw and John Mackie, ,each 166 feet.   Re-:  , feooxcU; \::/x ''y\ 0/: X, y/ti\ 'A x r'y ���������  ".",r ";'tl -v'.. ���������'"''" ���������_ mtSk gulch. '���������"' ���������'" ��������� :-      ,%" ;  ";.-.Kiri^/Solomon  .one full interest.   Re^ecprd. ,7'y yA^A'/.y]  x   -rxxr-r. BEGOS-GytGH;^.ry'---*'-'--'A'. "y :  vt'. Tyne co.���������'Oct, 23-^fLewis ,;Wiutvip,'Thos.;  Hind, Jos. Fletcher and Wm. Charlton, four  fcreek claims*' commencing 60 feet below the  Bute.eb.'s upper line and running up stream  400 feet.   To. be known as the Tyne co.  Welsh co.���������Oct. SJ���������Jobn Humphreys, one  bill claim (50 feet} adjoining upper end of  Welsh co. j to(fprm:;paii of same.  .' /NEIaSON CREEK. :  .. Butcher co.-rOct 26���������-John McDonald, one  claim adjoining upper line of Butchered.'; to  .form part of same.  -"' 'MOSQUITO CREEK,  'Williams co.���������Octv31���������W. R WiliiamB, one  creek claim.   Re record, -  '���������;i       CUNNIKGHAM CREEK.    ,  . Standjsh co.-r-Oct. 29^Water)-������The Starlight and Anderson ditches.   Re-reoords.  b e simply jhstipe th at * they shoiild: den ve-some  benefit from its1 construe tion. \ .���������-'"' 7[':A:y  i,,'-. We.:;TVQiild,alsp Jake the, lib.e.ptgf! of 'suggesting tojyjonvt Excellency that jhVVquicker \ .tlie  enterprise. is brpught to;_a successful termin-  attpn and tfie line .placed in wprking 'order:  the greater is tne^prohability: pf ;rife. proying  ���������remimera ti^e; to;'.the\ColoniaI1^vernmeiit/^:  :;;'We^hkye:fce/hpnori^f^;i^      : i Ayiyh \ ">  Marriage at'St*.' John's-Guubcii���������A large  aiid- brilliant.-"assemblage���������principally" pom-  IposeoV^ of: ladies^yestefdayxwitnessed ]ihe  ntiptials at:St. John's:. Clinch of Q&arles S*  JpneSi Esq.,;Accountaii:tlpf.the Bank of British  OoUtn^>?i%-������t/deiy 100-^������  of the jate;Hoii��������� NTbhnyVVqlfe-  Afthe entrance  ^bf^tlie'chiircj/?an%rch ipt "eyergreen. haoV been  erectedr,J Xhe. ..',bj:ldesnialdsy were,; Miss ��������� Mary^  Finlaysbnl^Missl^Wilhelmin^  Iriman^,|I.L.I^^b.p ^ride?^as)at|ired(ih^an;  elegant underskirt of^white satin andia court?  train pfv^hite :ffio;rej/.slr^3'- wilu^;satin;-:aTi(i  'wore' a white .tulle yfeil ah3 :'a''wreath'of 'dringe^  blpsspms. The bridesmaids, were, dressed,in  win te m usl in. ��������� A fc the'. ch ah cell th e ������p arty were  met by the Revv. Miv Jenns,;;Reetpr of, St;. Johns  Ch ur ch, by'" vvh 0 m * tli e * cerem ohy was p ei>  i^rraed^-pi^ .Tblmife? giving.^ a way the, bride;  .pppn-jihe'eopoiusion ��������� of,.;the.;ceremopiy.i the  party ^re-entered- tb ei r carriages -an d p ro ceeded  to Hillside,1:;the -resilience/;of- the'"bride-s  mother, where. a . sump'tupus'. dejnner was  served,���������[ViPt'o'ria- poloni:st;'. Oct; 13.  kisCELLANEOUs"  A. &ILMORE,  Me&:q W&ht- T'M%������ %.  .Adjoining the Colonial Hotel. Government  ���������. A:       -.: -v Street, Victpria,   ���������       ���������  ���������; ���������'_.;.  HAS ON HAND, and is constantly./recciyiug,.a  /large assortment of GLOTHri,' CASSlilEHES  and Veatings, which ho is prepared to make to order  in "the most approved stylos.  Parties on Wiiii'im Creole can hove their measure.  taken by Jlr-ilcCallum, Barkerville...,   . ;  i^S* All orders from Cariboo promptly attended  to,        .'.-.. my2L Cm  aTchance foeTall 1  GOVERNMENT AND "WHARF: STREETS  0X0 /'VICTORIA. 7/y   'l:/'t0\,  ' "Si ���������  mp otters^  .\:/[/., ^psiery "ahd 0 j//7i  '' r'A verytMllftssbVtnieuI'oi' tn^e'vgOT&fsjiitab'ib'fori  ��������� Wholesale 'boycrS-j-atJlheirWhiAr^Vtr^e^Store^^'^;--! j  -���������'' -^Kegular su ppli es'-xeceivTed - from sEurope!i h y/;s.aiJ.i a g:  ytj^els and py Eipress,(Via,Panamavaii^. Pacific Rail-Y  road.1 ���������   ,,;'<. 7  ������������������.������������������;��������� \ 1 ������������������", ���������- <'.   ,. i. ���������     ' ���������? -rf '  i'JS@^'Par*tib ula r attention given to or dors from B r H-:  ish Columbia.''  *- '' >������-'-��������� . . --*  -    '..; .       ' "\-;  ���������������������������������������������'! Sole ��������� Age nt for- AL*Exi5DRKKin":Gi.'0VBS. -xAX: 0i :  London Firni-rJ; ��������� P.'(T-OSSTAIaIa & Co. , 8 B6 w Churc.h;  i.;^.  M:;'.;...VYar(i;!",i  x^^- >.t A ,  %  x:mm:M:wm^  *i'*J*'i  ���������ii-*i>r<  ,���������AT.���������.,  &e:(io&&^  ar,e'jeir':  "JK3T: Orders ' fo>.Monuments,  T6ml)fitoricsi 'f.-fccV,  " '   ' " )rk  it  mff Giii'  ,���������...&&*��������� vTiwrs ; 1 or-. Jionumenis, ��������� Tornnstones, fl&c;,  proiriptly attended,to; Every, description ���������of. work  infMurhleexecutcrl.', 'A.Lis't of Prices can bogei-n ft'  the SEJmiosir Olfieo^ - J   ' ''XX- ��������� *���������; 1- xyy, my? Gtii?  Miiiiiig ;aiid:;A  0.0 0/. Macliiner y^-' 00 0 ������������������,';''  QPliATT, ������i IRTINa ;Maniiniotnre.; sill.;,kindff. 0/  ���������p: Jluchiiiefy fpr^armera and Miners, -at the Alb ion  Found ry; .victori^; ��������� VL I., ��������� aifd for; cheapness . an,  -'quail ty thei r work can hot b 0 ��������� ri v al 1 ed by any otlie r <  nmebinists. >, Eirsi premium^ Colon I al. made'Wr&tip-lf t;  . Iron V] 0 ughs, rafter, aii e Sco tch Sty le, u n i vorsal iy;, ii c ���������  lenowl eViged'.tp'���������hpi tli e ;ti est-,i h t\isi;-. pri ce. $ 65. A O rii <l-r.  :or Qnartz���������'��������� !Milis,;Iron Pumps;;&o.'; Ploiiglis bpip-\it  of P.loughs, prom0tly attended .to.  5  ���������my? am  Pacific  Telegraph: Hotel,  < : Store streetbetw^'Herald;:&^iigar?d.V,^  ���������'���������������������������  '.:     ���������:    -  A-- ���������..,.> j ������������������;-,:������������������:! a ������������������������������������>���������:.������������������   , r y>    a-.ju    7i('w  y ������������������'       ���������  Andse^r, -.. AstricoV  yy.v:.0ri'07-0,..  ietot-'  Booms jpr Families^ :A-  Board .and/Lodging,perr$fA\cX%f.-Su\@ $15 6ff,ii..  Per day, 1������I.' V Singl ti,m'eals, ^71 -2 cents.,l\ Boilsj :>0c.  - fl^r A:^ireipr6of Safe in the House*    *     .    A. '  -,; ;;  AGENTS l?OR THE.    ' ;; 0  Boyal: Insjiranc'e Co; -  0ytwffloMiyva  WHARF ..STREET/^-;.  solD 3m '���������;  BAlilOSRVILLE,  iARKElfiVlLLEymC H-FI Et. Dj  ',' AiA.iA ''-''' ':"��������� ".' ��������� aI^d���������A' -A.'."'"i :'���������-.-;.--���������' Ai���������:-  srs-1  A SUPPLY OF THE  ml  ALWAYS ON. HAND.  I  itvlo and to the entire satisi-tonou 01. every puieni.  >l\\ and try. ' te rid U'* dt'oayed Tenth ami inUyy,  or d e lavs a ro duugernn s. Par lies i tt Car i hoo ,w isl mig  .0 bav0Vork dime.wiii please o;i\l at (nice, as Gol<i  -,  ,  nn    ,��������� ��������� ,., ,(     .?kte, MlnmtTeoUiI"nudtUOli^t.������Hiu^Mttr.toa>\'rl  Sharp co.���������Oct. 29���������H.Lmerson, Alexander-j toe th in tho world, an������i.:otbt*r deu?ai m;.a-.ri''i. b*a  Sha'rjp; J,' Draper, 3 interests.   Re-record?"r   j ^l been reived hy Expr-^.;- .mti  R. SIDDAIJ., American Eclectic Physician, Slem-  bov American Kcieo.i.ic S. .'and Deatiai;, wilileavo  Uarkervillo on ,or about the iiJd lust', ou a tour  through'tho lower conn cry to give the. inhabitants? .tu  opportunity of -having their notb. atum-ed to -with,  out, making a journey. In.Cariboo; Tho liootor wi il re-  main a few days at I ho Mouth of QuesnoUe ami boiin  Creek in order that farmers and others nuy av-ni  thorn selves of his services. . ���������  All branches of IHmtUtry executed in tho very best  stvfft ntid to the entire satisIrtwioa of every p.uioiu.  0*  for ,.   ..--��������������������������� ,, ... ,,  to have work dime will please oml at once, as Gold  Piute, Mineral .Tooth,' and Um b?M,.liMps ftjr.doo.iyoil  Tl'fESSRS. MEACHAM & NASON aiS> prepaKnl to  ill furnish Lumber, ut: their Kills, William .creek,  or deliver it to order..   ,:'-.    ,-        t   -���������  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS" ON  WILLIAM CREEK, ; .      y  Having a Planing Macbino in ftp e rat ton they wil  also furnish Pressed Lumber at satisfactory rates.  ' Planed lumber and Shingles constantly on hand  jell if  EY'S- LETTERS  AND  E S  C A Ft IB OO'R HY  ;BY JAMES ANDERSON.  PRICE,      -      -      y       ONE DOLLAR  For sale at ibe $tsn$$L OlTicc; and Tor warded by  pfMi. froeof ebargu .        ��������� my29  WHOLESALE yAND^RETAHi^ DEALER" IN  ' vr iAv;. i Hf OENSEAl^iAffiRCH^  f&������ Storage-. ^00^x000'''  /.//im/jwm^, ;wiLLiAMCd^Eic.;'// a  ���������.,-'.   a'.���������A-7-\X0 .qg&x^-..^.  h:XX0  AAi  ���������H'  a:<d  BOARDING; HGtf3;-,  (Next to tb0 Assay^ Ofiice.''.jBniiding.). .  /���������iA  BY ;MISS:iA^HI/OteMAN.���������'���������.  ��������� ^r ^FIRST-CLASS���������'-.MEALS .Turriished'arid' tho  strictestattcutlbh1 paid-to the:wants-of customers.;*  Dinners for Private Parties cooked to order.-   '  . flgf* Wines, Liquors and Cigars of,tho best.quality  at'thc Bar. .    "     '- ��������� '.��������� ': A   ' x .  BOAZtD, per Week/ ' -  ��������� : oc$'im-  $12.  r  Sheet and Cast Iron Stoves  Til'PLATE & SHEET IRON/  i LL.TOBBTNG WORK IX TJX, COPPER,Sheet  proi  fact on.  Ii  prompt!  h-on,'Zincand Lead Pipnig, altviidr* to with  itness, and warranted  to give entire  sat;.-  in,    . ".���������'���������.'������������������  Hardware  Iron & Steel,  Blasting Powder*-���������  HARNESS,; ^T^    Etc,'  , FOR SALE,"  E,.-PRAR-SON^ BROS..  ��������� Raukka>'viUa������ ani' QrKSXKbMofrn.  ;;/  '���������Vi  70  y y\  Ay  ���������v.  ii:/  X ���������';  ���������      I ���������'  Xtt&*&3^5S3&^$SS3������  ff?y^if^?rrastt3aegrs^^  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  iy'----  y.  ��������� X..  ft  I-  'fc'J ���������  f ?( -  -������'���������  && *  -IV:  ���������.���������*a  ���������if.  r4  'y  x  ������������������ 'A  ii/'  ri  SATURDAY, NOT. 5,1870.  ���������V: 0^nS^T?NTH TOLUME3.  With tlie present number the Cariboo Sen  tinbl-enters upon its Tenth Volume. Guards  liave been relieved froni time to time, but the  poat has never been deserted ; and so long as  our enfleavors meet the approval of our  friends in Cariboo and abroad, we shall en  deavpr through summer's sun and;winter's  eiiow"; to guard the interests of Cariboo* against  all assailants. Before our; neirt' issue the  people of Cariboo: will have; the first opportunity, undfr,the new Cousti tu tion of electing  a m������ raber to represent them'..to the Legislative  Council.,.' Politics, since the day of nomin-  at<on ..have to a great extent merged in person-  ���������aiities,.but we ihink the electors will have suffi-  ���������c ieh t d iscrimi n a tion to bestow their suffrages  deliberately and calmly to the party best en-  titled 'tp receive them. It would-be folly for  \is now to attempt to force advice upon the  intelligent community of Cariboo in this matter ; but this; we say, your eyes are open,  Judge for yoursel?es, and take no leap in the  ��������� dark without maturely reflecting upon lis  consequences. The party chosen to represent Cariboo, will naturally have considerable  weight'.jJa? the house,: and it, is important  'therefore thai yonr choice should fall upon  the one who, from his antecedents, can .be  -supposed to wield the greatest fufluehce*  THE TELEGRAPH LINE.  ^yWst>maU we received accounts that the  Telegraph line was repaired as far as the 83-  mile house oh the Lillobet road, and might  ^robftblyj.be(finished to.; Quesh el mouth this  Vihtery  A; few Parties here, feeling justly in-:  .d ijrnaat at the contemptuous neglect for 6ur  wants evioced-by the:Governriient in allowing  .this. important worki (luxury,^ as one of tlie;  Victoria papers; called it)^ which? we have  a I ready paid* for, to be carried oh at������ such a'  gait's pace, hastily drafted a; memorial to his?  ExpeUency Goverhbir Miisgrave; a copy of  ^hjch will be found on our first page, and  rV'hich wa* numerously sighed during the few  fco.ur,������| available.; ;It is too:bad that during, the  ^inter/.*- when^ we shall  bave*ron!y two mails  >ach month, w������eho\������ld not ba.vo tli.������ Uneopoit  to William^GTeek. Why not Employ more  handstand, starting froinjdifferent points at  <snce, push the/matter through energetically ?  POLITICAL MEETING.  ���������'.������(  i  \  X  ���������II  a::.  ���������&-:t  M  ������;'������������������ '  |;i  X ':  li  7 i  ft. j  Pursuant lo a requisition signed by a num-  er of voters, a public meeting was held at  Ihe Theatre Royal, Barkerville, on Tuesday  evening., for the purpose of giving every one  disposed a chance of expressing?his sentiments  ���������on the political questions of the day in view  ���������������>f the coraing election; . The Theatre was  thoroughly: filled with a large and very re-  ���������spectableaiidiehce..Xy.y.y: AyiX ���������:.-[O0y  v ., Mr J.>H. vTodd wasv appointed chairman,  and Alr^VVm. Dodd Secretary. Vf;  The Chairman read notes of a conversation  fe^f ween Messrs, Walkem, Carrall and himseif,  o n w h ich ocbasio n he (Mr Todd) had dec I i ned  'becoming a:, can d id ate,,Dr. CarralI having  g iyen him asatisfactory explanation as to his  in ten tio ns ;ih ihe ! event of being el ected as  tnember for. Cari bop. He then invited any  gdxiUeman desirous of addressingihe. meeting  fc^cwrne forward, thistjog that the discussion  would be conducted with. good feeling be-  - ftween all parties..;. ' 0--:"  Dr. Garrall having been loudly called for,  first stepped on the stage.  He said he felt much pleasure in meeting  ������ very one who wished to,hear his views.   He  bad endeavored to explain them to the best  of his ab il (ty at a p re vious m eeting, but as  there appeared to be some, misapprehension  as to bis ideas on^ohe or two points, he had  referred ;to them more particularly in his published address.   It bad been said by some  that he was opposed to responsible government.    This he emphatically denied.    His  ^iews on that point agreed with those of tbe  chairman as expressed  at the conference  already mentioned, and be had always held  the same ppi ions.   Having so recently addressed the electors, he bad nothing more to  my, unless any party should make any'charges  against him, when he should endeavor to defend Imcteli,  Hon. G. A. Walkem next addressed the  jn/'eting.   He said he had been invited by a  mvtiberaf his old friends to become a candi  date for the representation of Cariboo.   He  ���������fully apprreeiated the honor, and he hegged io  return them his sincere thanks for their kind  oess, but declined to aoeept tbe nomination.  Me called upon the electors to weigh well  f&eir newly acquired political rights and to  make ihe foeat.-use of them. There had bUherfco  fjeen a strange apathy among ihe population  in political matters,, bfit they should rouse  ���������themselves now arid see that their represent-  their  Dr. Carrall had set the stone of Confederation  rolling, but Confederation was oot tbe only  point to be thought of: tbey should look  nearer, and see Jf some amendments could  not;bemadein the mining laws. He objected  torthe present heavy tax for laying over  claims, considering that only one fee should  be charged for laying over any number of interests in a Company. He had had so me. share  in framing the present mining laws, and he  lieved that neither tke Cariboo Mining Board  nor the Legislative Council intended that it  should be construed as it how is. A provision  should also be made to the effect that if iwo-  - thirds of the owners in any claim desired to  work during the laying over season they  should have authority, to collect assessments  from the other partners. The system of Appeals should also be amended, the present  rule entailing, be considered, great hardship  on parties who during the, winter may lose  valuable claims through defective evidence.  Creek claims when over 300 feet wide should  be 100;feet in length. It was an absurdity to  allow only 50 feet, as with the exception of &  portion of William creek, he believed there  was no instance of two parallel leads being  found in the same creek.  Mr C. Booth was tbe next speaker.   He had  great respect for Dr. Carrall personally, but  public men being public property he claimed  the right of criticising his actions, and if his  political record agreed with his present statements, be considered be would be a rare specimen of political consistency.    He found  fault with the honi member for opposing the  inquiry into the management of. the Lands  and Works Depar ttnen fc.: He wo ul d cas t no  aspersions on the Chief Commissioner, but  charges of malfeasance having been made  that gentleman should for his own sake have  courted investigation;   Dr. Carrall had said  MPrTrutch was a good fellow,; but he.j[Mr. B.)  did hot think that a sufficient explanaiion. In  tbe last session Mr Carral 1 had opposed h.-rey  sponsible jgovernment/ and:;>tated that the  pebplei from Cariboo^ to'Lillooet did-no t^waiit  itJ : He how proAessed to be in. favor of "it, brit  if thq^people werei n^t in tVivbr of it last year;  or if the population was too small, then how  had matters changed since ? On this point %e  accused DrV Carrall/of a slight shade of .ifieoh-  isiste n cy.   Tr tie, he migh t have ch anged h is  bpi ri ib ns, as every one b ad a rigb fc to do. Tbe  hon. rnember^srname, he sa������d, did: not appear  in -any of; -the rep or ts on the same side as1 the  really;" pup u lar f uieujners* X n������ hiid' no t: Ad ro-  cated retrenchment^ but/always voted with  the Government to retain the'present large  staff of officials at high: salaries.X" :  :, Mr. J. S. Thompspa having been called on,  said that he thoiight Dr. CarralVnad done bis  best for the interests of the colony, j He did  hot think;peoplei hereshpuld Ixlame him ;for;  not advocating the inquiry in tb the Lands and  Works  Departmenttwithpufc, knowing   the  grounds of complaint.   As for voting for or  against retrepchmenfc and-;fo������jbig:h;8al&ries,s n%  particular case had been shown where he did  so.   Certainly the salaries in Cariboo were  n o t tpo high,: and if the; people, wan ted good  officers; theyi must i expect :to Ipay them decently.-.' ������������������'{"��������� " ��������� ..;���������;'   y "  * Dr. Carrall then came forward again to defend himself from the charges made by Mr  Booth.   He reiterated the statements he had  made at the last meeting as to his conduct in  Ihe Lands and Works matter; and said he  would always stand up for any party who in  his opinion was wrongfully accused! He fully  concurred with^ Mr Walkem's views on the  subject/of the mining laws,    Some of the  amendments desired" he bad already advocated  in the Council.   As,to responsible government, bis views were unaltered-^he would  support it as soon as we got Confederation, as  he had ho doubt there would be an increase  of population consequent thereon.   The British North America Act gave the. people of  every province power to alter their constitution when they chose.  Air Booth wished to ask Dr. Carrall would  he vote for responsible government simultaneously wi'h Confederation, and with the  present population ?  Dr. Carrall replied���������Certainly I will.  A Voice���������Will you wait for increase of  population ?  Dr. Carrall���������I'll wait for nothing!  Mr Walkem made a few more remarks.  Mr Park   then mounted tbe platform and  afforded the audience much amusement.   He  accused all the previous speakers of inconsistency, and said that they had sold the people  of Cariboo���������Messrs. Todd. Walkem, Carrall  and Thompson bad concocted tho sale.   Mr  P. contiuued a similar strain of remarks in a  rather incoherent manner for some time amid  roars of laughter-  Mr Booth tben expressed himself satisfied  at the explanation given by Dr. Carrall, who  had now pledged  himself  to support tbe  measures which he advocated himself.  Mr Todd having vacated the chair, Mr Booth  was called to preside.  On the motion of Mr Burgess, seconded by  Mr Thompson, a vote of thanks was unanimously passed to Mr Todd for his able con-  imt in the chain  Mr Todd returned thanks, and expressed  his satisfaction at the result of the meeting,  which had been exceedingly creditable to. the  electors of Cariboo.  Wb have been permitted to make the following extracts from a letter dated Quesnelie  Mouth, 27th October :���������  " Collins is the party's name who /came  from Fort Garry alone. He was in Victoria  in 1864, andsince then has been to England,  the West Indies* United States* Paraguay,  Brazil, Argentine Republic, Canada, and Red.  River. He says British Columbia is the best  of them all. He left Fort Garry with 40 lbs.  of grub, a,gun and horse, a small amount of  ammunition, and some Hudson Bay money,  no map or compass; was taken prisoner by:  tbe Blackfeet Indians, and being afterwards  misdirected by a half-breed, struck theFraser  instead of the Columbia. Had no gun from  tbe time of leaving tbe Blackfeet to Jasper  House ^ had to' live on rats, squirrels and  roots ; was capsized Iwice.from rafts buiH by  himself on tbe Fraser, and cannot swim.   ���������  ���������* W, Oust has arrived from Onuneca ; reports every body making money on German-  sen creek ; say from ten dollars to three  ounces per day. Joe Clearihue, Joe Brown,  and Paine have tbe best claims on the creek.  A tunnel run into the bill has paid expenses  from first start. Cust thinks grub having  been sent up in such large quantities, that  most of the miners will winter there. '  .... ."-'A letter from Mr.'Fitzgerald, dated at  Stuart's Lake, 24th October, confirms the best  news. He says some of the boys have had a  slight attack of scurvy^ He arrived there on  the 15th;to.procure, vegetables, but found all  destroyed by frost. Up to the ptesenfc time  no extensivt diggings have been found, but if  gold is found above the canyo|n, every thing  will be * /lovely, and the goose elevated.' "  ^.J-Thb-^.vWEATHEtt.''-^ An' unusuall y ;heavy  amount of���������: show has fallen up to tbis date,  from twelve to eighteen inches ly in g rib w on  Williain creek. O ti Thursdayr nl^ht, the: mer-  cury at Richfield was one degree be 16,w zero.  NEW* ADVERTISEMKNTS.  A    AH 11 O'CLOCK, A'i^i,'-1-  I will sell by Public Auction, at the -Barker-  .-, ville Auction Mart, the following  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  To the Independent M^  tors of ^Qa^boBfe7^^:'  ;;; Gentlemen, ; :.> 7: ��������� .'r \'. A7 'i11 ���������:  Two years ago yon . did me the great  honor of selecting me as your representative  in the Legislative Council of this colony,, and  I now solicit at your hands a repetition of that  honor.. '���������'  v Since my return from Ottawa I^haye^had  the pleasure of meeting many of my old  friends, and, as you are aware, have endeavored at. a piu blib meeting of; myv copstituenta  to render ah explanation of my conduct dur--  -ng the past two sessions, -and: it .affords me;  much gratification to perceive by tbe numerously signed requisition for'me to; become a  candidate for re-electiou, ,that my. actions  have met with the approval ot so many.  Should you once more place me in the proud  position of your representative, ray humble  efforls shall always be-'used'to the best of my  ability in forwarding the interests of the  colony in general; and especially, the district  of Cariboo, and, it is almost supeifiuotis to  add, in endeavoring to consummate the Confederation of our colony with the Dominion of  Canada on the terms which have already been  agreed upon. -,*.������.-  There are, however, two points which have  yet to be decided upon in tbe terms of Con*  federatioh-4yiz., the substitution of tbe Caha,-:  dian Tariff ini lieu of our own, and the adoption of Responsible Government.���������.*.���������;?  For the fii-stj I dec (are ray self-ti nequiyocally  an advocate ^* and in regard to thet second;.I  sh all siip port lis in trodnc tion simu 1 tarieously  with the pq 1 itica 1 enfriinchisenient ��������� of British  Columbia on its exchanging its present anomalous position for that of an independent prov-  nee in tbe noble Dominion of Canada.  I have the honor to ,be,.f ....  Gentlemen, ..;������������������'-  Yo ur mos t ob d t. ser van t'x "l ���������  B. W. W. CARRALL.  BRITISH C0LUWSBIA.  ; Green Corn, Pepp er, Mustard, AlIspice.  Pickles, Coffee,' Worcester Sauce, Pain Ki I ler,  Ap p 1 es, Peaches, Pru ri es, Cu tlery; Cro c kery,  Decanters, Glassware, Flutinas, Giiitar, Accord eons, Cards, Brooms, Axes, Acids, Gold  Scales, Frying Pans, Tinware, Faucets,: Looking Glasses, Duck Pants, Boots, Spirit Levels,  Pipes, Lampsi Wrought Naii^ Watch Keys,  Jewellery, Rifle, Rim-knob Locks, Padlocks  and Staples, Razors.  tkocimation;  Electoral District of Cariboo to wit :  Consisting of Tables, Chairs, Bedsteads, Wash^  stand and Crockery Basins. Carpels, Clocks,  Bedding, Mattresses, Table Cloths ja splendid  Cast Iron Box Stove, No. 258 ; Piping, Cooking Stoves, Cast Iron; and other articles too  numerous to mention.  NO RESERVE-TERMS CASH,  :jy ������������������'-'��������� 070 GEO. BYRNES, '  no5 Auctioneer.  GAUD.  . William Creek, Nov. ,4,1870.  R EDITOR,���������In connection with a copy ot'.tbe annexed Requisition, we, the undersigned, bfg  the privilege through your columns to state to the  public that this call on Mr Booth was made subsequent to the meeting held on the 1st inst. ��������� and as  the result of mature deliberation on his part, Mr  Booth finally consented to his immediate irieuds to  offer his services as the PEOPI^E'S CANDIDATE in  the approaching Legislative Council.  '    K. LIPSETT.  GrrTSHEPHEKa  CVRUS YOUaVG..  ��������� CKORGE MONTGOMERY.  To Mr O.  FREE MINKR,  JBt tho undersigned, request permission to place  you in nomination as the People's Candidate in  the coming Election, and we pledge ourselves to use  our influence to secure your return.  U. l.ipsett,  G. Montgomery,  Hugh Gil more,  Thos. Harris,  S. {=ineock,  William Willey,  Phillip Starr,  John, Murpny,  James Evana,  John Lauyon,  George Murdoch  C. MeCallum,  John Johnston,  D. McDonald,  S. Walker,  Jtoaald MoBwen,  G. Ia. Shepherd,  Daniel McKay,  Patrick. McEnteo,  .Peter Brown  Francis Dowdell  Joseph Montgomery  David Eyraon  Harry Randall,  Simon Reed  Harry GoldstaMe  Thomas Simpson  L Now ton  William Fitch ie,  John McNeil  John Munroo  PUBLIC. NOTICE IS HEREBr GIVEN  -~- to the Electors of the District of Cariboo  that in obedience to Her Majesty-s writ to- me  di ree ted, an d bea ring.;: date; t he v 13th' f dayr of  October, in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred andi Seventy, I require  the presence of the said Electors at the Court  House, Kicbfield;on the 3d day of November^  at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose  of electing a person to represent them in the  Legislative Council of tbis -Colony; arid that  in case a Poii be demanded and allowed -in  the manner by law prescribed, such Poll will  be opened on the lith;Day of November,  1870, at; Richfield, Van Winkle, Keitbley  Creek, Quesn el mouth and Soda Creek^ of all'  which Tevery person is hereby required to take  notice and govern himself accordingly, v      :  Given under'my hand at- Richfield, the 22d  day of October, One Thousand Eight  Hundred and Seventyi  (Signed) H. M^BALL,;  Returning Officer.  Qualification of Electors.  Every male of the full age. of Twenty-one  years, entitled within tbe colony to the privileges of a natural-born British subject, atid  being able to read English, and having resided within the District three months previous to the day of election, shall be qualified  to vote at such election, subject to the other  qualifications contained in Clause VIII. in tbe  Order in Councillor the Constitution of British Columbia. oc29 td  YTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR. O.  Vi BVRNBS, of BurkerviUc, has been appointed  INSPECTOR OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES for tho  District of Cariboo by His Excellency the Governor.  H. M.  BALL,  Stipendiary Magistrate,  Richfleld, Oct. 8, IS70. oclfilm  A SECOND-HAND SET OF  Aptfy  McBa>{TEa5,  . 3a*kmill&. THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  Saturday;, Nay. s, mo.  \'<;;IOT|^|>^' ;'������������������..''"-" '  At William Lake, October 23; Forbes Ftnlatsoit/ a  native of Aberdeen, Scoti������tnd, aged about 43 years.-���������  He was one of the pioneer miners on tbe Pacific coast,  having come to California In 1849 and to British Co*  iumbhun 185&  .       .    ; y-  ��������� ���������    ������������������>���������'���������       ���������������������������      '        ' I  ' 111111"   llll  MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDT.  A Chinese restaurant-keeper. jn.- Barkerville  was stabbed early on-Thursday morning at  :bis own door, and we give below the particulars as elicited^at..'.the Coroner's Inq[uest.  Jean: Boulariget.alias^^; John Baker, the party  implicated ttccordfhg' to the Chinese testimony,  was brought -before,-Mr Ball jresterday, and  .after hearing a great deaio  lo that adduced at tbe inquest, the case was  adjourned tfll today^: ;������������������-,: - ':"'���������'  Mr Boularigervis a: native of France and  well known in Cariboo as proprietor of a farm  near Qiiesnelinouth and dealer in agricultural  produce. He bears an excellent character^  and has always been much respected by the  entire community.  .-.;, THE INQUEST.i' ;.=;  An inquest;was hold on^Tbursday last, at  the Theatre Royal, Barkerville, before the  Coroner for the district, Dr. Bell, to inquire  into the death of Ah Mow, a Chinaman, who  was found stabbed* fatally oa the same morn;  .'ing*,:.~.;;0yy ���������A.--.77a::Ax:x7xaA ' 00:7 ������������������  Thevfollowing Jury was empannelled:���������W.  J. Jeffree (fofemau); John Thorne; A. Mc-  haugb ton,$\ Bissounette, B. VanVbIkehb urg,  J. J. Cow ley j J. L. Crimpy Thomas Jones, A.  Monroe, W. WT/<Dbdd; J; & Bastedo, Jfl(m  Goodaon? and A, I). Mclnnes. f  :���������'-���������': The Jury,0; foc^ Coroner,  proceeded to view the I)odyjbf; deceased, and  on returning proceeded to hearvtbe evidence.  Hon. Mr. W*Lk������m^ Speared to: watch the ih-  :*.teresfcs of the accuseds - ;  Ab; On,^^6worn--^La8tS night, about 2:30  o��������� clock, J; was, on ���������: the.... street ofv Chiuatown,  Barkerville, outside of >Tie Loy's house; ��������� I  saw John Baker and: a Chinaman ��������� the.Gbina-  mah shouted murder";*: ��������� I< started to John  Baker; 1 vsajr, :^ CJhir  nam an ? he say, Yesy air^rybu God, i-~-n s���������h  of a b ���������-; 1 say, all right; Mr John Baker;  I  ���������^was^but S fe^distenttom Baker vand the  Chinaman ; I ran to tbem, thinking it was a  fight;; I sawi Baker?~with a knife in his hand  and blood on it ;^ Baker Was kneeling down  about a' foot and a half from Ah Mow; did  not see them fight;-1 saw Paker kill the latter;  ��������� first hi in kill above collar bone with, knife ;  Ah Mow Mildred ta he  h ad been struck;; -Ah Mo w&llered; murder;  be was dead in about 5 minutes ; Baker struck  him with a^knlfe j' one kill on belly; Baker  "rah^down:thestreefcy Iran after"himcfor a  constable. ���������..' '0 Ay. ���������:���������: -.-.; ��������� *,���������.-1 i - -���������.- ;;���������������������������'       ! 7,, ������������������  By the. Foreman���������Was itdark at the time?  .���������./Witness���������Yes..,.  By the FpremanT^Dii you see Baker strike  .'the C^inainan ?V ;���������:. i-jr y} A ���������������������������.;',    ir.AA ,.  Witness���������Yes; I saw him lift his hand and  strike ; he had a knife in his hand about four  inches long; I saw blood on the^Imiie; Tclid  uofc have the knife in my hand; the snow on  tbe ground made it not very; dark ;������������������ the knife  was like a butcher's knife | it was not a clasp  , knife; would not shut���������would not shut; sure.  By Mr Walkem, showing a pocket knife-  Was it like this?  Witness���������-No.*;..  How did you get that scratch; on your  cheek?....;. .���������=,-'_: :xiyA: Ay-y **  Witnesa^When I ran down street after the  constable I fell down ; my foot slipped and'  something cut my face. ,; -     ^ i:A  Could Ah Mow speak English ?  Witness���������No ; he didn't understand boyrto  speak English at all; he did not live with me ;  he lived in the boarding house oa the opposite of the street; I saw no Chinamen lighting  last night. !  By Mr Walkem (showing several knives)���������  Which knife was the knife like!   ������  Witness���������Like this one (picking one about  8 inches long).  Was there blood upon your face when you  fell?  Witness���������No j I fell and something cut my  face.'  Ah Ling was then examined through an interpreter. Last night, about two o'clock, was  in Chinatown, on the sidewalk at tbe restaurant house; saw one white man kill a Chinaman with a knife in the neck and bowels; tbe  Chinaman's name was Ah Mow ; the white  man's name is John Baker; he was three  doors off or about ten feet; went into the  house immediately; saw Ah Mow fall down,  J. W. Ellison, sworn���������Was in Mrs Parker's  saloon last night; John Baker was there, Mr  Lennon, Mr Jenkins and others ; some of tbe  gentlemen went away; two Chinamen came  in about half an hour or 20, minutes after; one  said he was looking for a constable, as there  was a Chinaman murdered in Chinatown ; I  ������kited directly sad went up to wbwe the de  ceased was; he appeared to be dead; the  body was in a bouse ; met no one as I was  going; I think Ah Ohn is the Chinamanwho  came to the saloon ;; there were some spots of  blood on his face; I think it was after two  o'clock when Baker left Mrs Parker's. *V  J; Lindsay. Chief Constable���������Went into  Parker's saloon with Mr Walkem about half-  past 11 last night; John Baker came-in afterwards, and Mr Walkem assed him where ne  had been as he had been looking for him ; I  left about 1:30 along with Mi* Walkem and  Baker; when I got to Baker's door, opposite  Manetta's, 1 told Baker to go to bed.- and he  said he would ; after ^getting tip street about  100 yards, looked back to see if he had gone  in, and saw^him in (be street opposite bis own:  door ;;��������� went home^ and fin.-; about an hour  Judge:Baij came aiid awoke me, and. .to 1 d.me  a Chinaman bad been murdered, and that a  big Uhinaman had accused John Baker; came  down immediately and saw a dead Chinaman;  went into Baker's house buthewas not there;  went to Cunio's saloon and found him asleep;  searched his pockets and found the knife now  produced in his coat pocket; the koife (a  large clasp one)_ was wet and clogged with  tobacco; took his coat, now produced; there  was blood oh the sleeve, between the elbow  and tbe wrist; I arrested him; he was in good  spirits ;  he, had been drinking, but was not  very drunk:; considered him compos mentis ;  before leaving Parker's; he asked one of the  children to take a ride with bim ��������� next; day;  there was.no blood-on-the--..knife;, could not  say if the blood stains on the coat were fresh  or not;  Baker was very quiet and good-natured on leaving the saloon,; and when I arrested bim he was very good tempered, and  said every one kno ws I: would hurt:? nobody;  I had told bim previously I arrested him on  suspicion bf- murder, and? warned- him to say  nothing which would criminate him; Chinatown was quiet when I passed od my way  home., Ay A~ x 7 ������������������'y..���������..';.',���������" VAyi-���������'������������������-������������������ i-X-Ai y '.  I)r.: J. JChipp; sworn -^Examinedrtiody of  deceased to-day ; ou removing clothes found  ah incised wound at the scapular end of the  clavicle, about one and a-quarter inches in  length,^ extending: frbtrv!: without, inwards.;  made au:incision in usual way^ drew "back  skin and found that the sub-clavian, artery  was divided by a clean ia*Ql8ldn!:;':-!the,^Qund'  extended two or three inches, behind the  sternu ra; . there was no: other wound on tbe  body;}yl^attributed adeatbi?Eb;: me dlvisiori^or  the artery |f death must have been nearly instantaneous ; the wound rnust5 have been inflicted: by some sharp instrumeni.; cannot give  an opinion whether it was inflicted hy himself  or auother party; think a knife or poinard  was used; -.TaoAnot think the knife found on  Baker was the weapon ; 'X-'ilouHt if it could  have divided the- vessel in the i manner ^n  which it was done, ,      ...   . ...... (i.7 ...���������  Ah Ling, examined through a fresh interpreter-^ Was about IQ feet^froni^Ah Mow when  he Was killed:*; "he. fellrdown^when Baker  CARI13l}0  ELECTION.  TION.  THE   NOMINA  ��������� A meeting o*tJie electors of Cariboo was  held pursuant to ^Oclamation, at the Court  House, Richeeld, oa .3rd: November, at eleven  o'clock, for the purpose of nominating candidates forvthe ensuing election.   :  "Thereturning officer, Soil.\3-M.Ball^^haying read; the "writ, requested to  name a fit and proper party for iJieir representative.''..; :';'-k :xr...':' --Ayr "..v. 0,- A-xxAi. Ay-y  ; Mr. J; S^ Thompson proposed^the���������-. Hou- ^  W. W. Carral I, a: gentleman whosei con t* uc t  jdiiring the last two sessiphs had^ in his opir;-  ionfproved him wor thy and, eonipetent to re-:  .present the interests of the people of Cariboo.  The sen time a ta of the ho norab le.- ge ntlemau  had already been explained by himself at  two meetings^where they had met with the  approval of even those who had attended to  criticize. , It was probable that the principal  business of the ensuing election would be the  ratification of Confederation, and it would be  o rily righ t tb at 6 tie w bo b ad already b een ��������� so  promihehtly identified with framing the terms,  should be selected to complete the task so  well begun.    ���������' 7 A .. A y yA.rX7~yX-  : Mr. F. Perrett seconded the nomination.  Mr. Robert Lipsett proposed, and Mr. G. L.  Shepherd seconded Mr. Cornelius Booth.:  ���������  Mr. Ball asked if the candidates wished 'to  address the electors.  .-.->" 'A'X AyiyXyAAyy. *?  : Dr. Carrall requested Mr. Booth to,��������� speak  first,, haying already explained his own.: views  publicly, to Mr. B/s expressed satisfaction. ,;  Mr. Booth said he bad expressed his per-'  sonal satisfaction ':i at the public meeting, but?  subseqiien tly a. number: of respectable parties  ;came and insisted, on, bringing him��������� nut'as a  candidate.. Heat,first declined^but some of.  h is friends urged J,that if he did *not agreei to  their Wish'es ho!wV they^^mighit not feel disposed  to support him at any other time. x. He then  ^fcpld tbem��������� that if they- absolutely required it;  he ;Was in the;^^ hands,of; the people of, the dis:  .trict -   , '���������-,    %0 t AX ���������'������������������'"' /  < Dr. Carrall then said he felt surprised at  ������������������receiving opposition at the last mbmerit: ;���������.:lie  h ad al ready f re ely, exp lained ��������� hisp sentiraen ts;  ani would- leave the issue ia tbe hands3of:his  friends and ,the electors generally^; at^the  same time assuring them that whether elected  or rejected; nothing could ever change his  kindly-1feelings for:the peoi^MGaribob^ii^  ;i The: returning:oftlceFthen called for-a show  of hands, whichi was declared to be in 1 aVoj  'OfMr..Booth.-   .'���������      :..'-     :. '/,  .'-,.:,     .-..,, ;  A poll was ;theri demanded on behalf of  Dh Carral J; atid \ ordered: io b^: held' on ? Fri-^  day, 111h;ins% at; .-tbe places) previously an-  nounced.- ,   t     -.    ,. '       '{  On motion of Dr. Carrall, three.cheers were  given for MrVBali; the returning officer.  r    POLITICAL   DEMAGQGUES.  .', Editor Cariboo SENTCfkL :���������In yon r Ja������������4  issue you had a long letter concerning political demagogues)'after^^readmg which 1 attended the;���������;meetiiig'yfa the Theatre, on Tuesday  evening; prepared to hear some of the gr^������t  guns of Cariboo launch their thunder at n.o  late representative, of the district,and aft* r  convicting him of serious. crimes ahd; inisdM-  meanors, politically^^ decapitate bim.'    Htm-  ever I was disappointed. -The; different political lions roared. It was true, but they roared  in chbrN8,;a:hd whenDr. Carrall came forward  arid1 explained his)views, pied^ngiiimself la  th& very:dbctrines advocated by his quoiid ani  pppo^ents; all their differences sbemed to b������  in tbe deep b osona of /old ocean buried, an d f  veiily though fc that; the political jmil len oiu m  pf Cariboo was ab ou fc ti>  be;: iuaugu rated ���������  Judge, however/ bf.my surprise^j^ben on attending the nomihatibn pri-Thursday; I foiiud  the 1 eade r of the raaicon tents wh oat the  meeti ng; had declared:. himself perfectly sa tis*.  fied with the honorable member's avowal*,  arined and accoutred for ttie fray, attended  by his trusty henchmen. . X .     ,  Now, sir, under what head shaltwe clasa  this gentleman;}^ is he a:political-: dem'agogu������������  o r a model of consistency, ?. A n d his ex p I an ���������  ation of: bis actions : " I myself was person  al ly satisfied, but; my friends * jhsistbd on my  J3ecomihg a: bahdidate2"';' What ^wonderttil'  self-denial 1   Sacrifice yburself upon the altar  of patriotism, to 0 blige your, frieridsrh - Were  it my case I shpuld, sayJf save me- from my  friendsyr.^y{/[v777[;7 A/y ;7}Ay';_[i;;-. .  i  Ana^now, .sir,'I would a^^al tbrpiigh your  co him tis 16 the5 i n telligeh t elecVpfs o f Cariboo,  andvwould ask thein will the^fer-ow off upon =:;  an old and. tried friend j farm man who doesn:t >  know hispwh mindior fbrtyreighfc hours, and  whoJ though tbrsonallt ;satis8e1j) as to his,  oppon^t'eViewsi sufi^rsv^ made  a-jcatspaw for; his more- ambitious^friend*.  forsooth he lis a,;public mao^ ahii ^piib lie than  are public property.!' ;| ; . ;.; ���������' ���������. : *  Butvwill Jhe men of Carijbbo piit jUieir confidence in a political1 aspirant who-blows hot'  and'cold with almost .the same breath? If  such is hiS]bebavior2befirel the flection, what  dp you- think, it will be^ after wards, should he  be elected I[,. t Zou may calculate, upoo bis  being: a������ dififetiit ,to--and-An-tlie^-*f little joker "  of the thimble-ri^elrl^^Nowyou^ it, an<l  now you dou't^ ���������; A:��������� x:X-^^--GoiisiijTKKcy.'  struck hini; came out of the house.to go to  the: restaurant; -when he; saw the- parties  Baker was. about ten feet away from the Chinaman ; Baker ran away; Ah Mow said/nothing when he was struck,; went to Ah Mb w,  who was lying down ; he was deadl when.I  reached him; saw no one outside but Baker  and AbMow ; called some Chinamen aud carried Ah Mo w ��������� in to thei house;: did not aee a  knife in Baker's, band.<���������7 .���������. :x  Robert Smith, sworn^-About half-past two  this morning was in the St George Saloon,  when a tall Chinaman came into the house,  pale and excited, and enquired for a constable ; directed him to go to Ihe jail ; he said  there was a .Chi naman up to wn killed dead ;  wh en the C bi nam en ca nie into "th e salo oh there  was blood on his hands, and I recognise Ah  Ohn as the roan.    ;   ;v ;V': :������������������/'  : Sara. Pierce and Wm. Roberts were then  examined, bu|, no new facts wei:e elicited;; :  Ah Sja?r ��������� S������w Ah Ohn ibis morn ing. about half-pnst  1, to tlie strc������t, opposite the Kwohg Lee boarding  bouse ; asked hftn.what he was doing ; he replied,  John Baker bad killed a Chinaman and he was going  to And a policeman: Ah Ohn fell down in the street  and cut his face * do fellm&iShepherd's 6hoe shop;  saw blood on his fa;er but did not see any on the  snow; saw no blood on iiis face before ialliug.  The Coroner haying read over tbe evidence, the  house wus cleared to unable the Jury to deliberate,  ami after deliberating some time they brought in a  verdict that deceased erne to his death by a knife  wound, but tbalthe evidence was;not sullicient te  gay by whose hands it was inlilctod.  MINING "COURT.  '.     MINING INTELLIGENCE.  .     WILLIAM CRKEK.  The Downie co., whieh had rigged up to work all  winter, has had a slide which broke down their dump  house, and they have su^pinded op orations. All the  ground-sluicing claims have stoppe.i for tbe season.���������  The Forest Rose oo washed up 160 oz. last week and  tbe Cariboo SO oz.  X   ,  ��������� MOSQUITO  CREEK.J  The prospects tor paying quartz are very good in  this vicinity. Mr Jedive, wtio is about [earingfor  Victoria, tak63 a very Hue spi-cimm from  ledge.  LIG3T-MNG CREEK.  The Lightning co. are getting very rich pay ������gain,  and the yield this week is expected to ho very targe.  The Spruce co. washed about 65 oz. i'rom 11 sets of  timbers. The Gladstone co. have raised in the rock  aua'-fitmok gravel which prospects about 25 cw, w> tho  pa������i but )m9 aot yet got into tha oiiannel.  ���������';������������������-;-. yyAyX ���������:;���������, ��������� ...Wbdne^dat, Nov. 2fl87&0  "it ,/0. -. BtTRpiClv TS.-MORGAN.,, >' ��������� ���������   "    . v  Plaintiff sued defendant for the recovery of  $8(5, paid him for hal f share in a con tract for  running a tunnel for the Ambrose cp., Morgan and another, it appeared,1 had:a contract  to ruu 800 feet of a tunnel '������������������'��������� After running  300 feet Morgan sold his inierest to Burdick  for $86.. P ne-th i rd of the price for the fi rst  300 feet haviug been retained by the company  as security for the completion, Burdick gave  Morgan an order to collect $1S7 50 when due;  this being one-half. ;    v-  yx.^A     ������������������:-,,  After/.;^Burdtct had worked some time and  over 100 feet more had been completed, a  committee of the company went to inspect the  tunnel aii'd. found that ,the grade was some  feet too high, and tlie contractors were notified  of the fact This mistake having occiiired  while Morgan was at work,:-plaintiff!;,Considered that he! was entitled to recover the  amount paid on account of the work not having been properly performed. Defendant argued that he had guaranteed nothing in making sale of his interest in the contract, and  having merely sold for enough to make $6  per day wages for the time be had worked,  and whether or not any error had been made  previously, plaintiff took the risk.  Evidence having been given of the above  facts, the Gold Commissioner decided in favor  of defendant on the ground that the $80 had  been given as a bonus lor the privilege sf securing the remaining 500 feet of tunnel. This  plaintiff must complete first, and afterwards  he might sue defendant for any damages he  had sustained.  ^THOUGH LOST ^���������SIGHIV^ilBMQBY  :0r :iAi'X70rxDEWlA0A7^0  Mail Contract���������The Colonist announces  that the contract-for carrying the Cariboo  ni ails has been awarded to iMessrs. Gerow &  Johnson for one yen? for the sum of $13,000,  four-horse coaches to be employed, and tha  service  per tor rued  once a week for seven  week for five  t is,- however,  mik iucorrect. It must be intended for  twice a aionUi during the live months from 1st  November to 31st.March. that being in accord  auce with the terms of the notice for tenders.  Bonds to the amount of $10,000 are require^  for the due fulfilment of the contract*  Saduux=si lx,01il'*ls *n the year and twice a  .   %'nonius.   The latter' statement  w<  The following letter'; which we re������  !ceived,tspeaks Ibrlitselt^^^We7are Certain that  ar number of thejfriendsvofithe;writer will feel  much gratified; at; his gopd lQtentions^ x  ���������!7ly LYTTON,Oct.23,I87u\  EditorGARropt)^Sentinel:���������ISesire to ta-  form you that I have not ll. left the country,*���������  .thbagb ^Goiie' froni; your gaze," I think  ypur remarks most cruel and unj ustiSable. I  earttestiy desire: you to make a coutradlctioa  of my having secretly,left, or of wishiag ra  defraud any one fey^ so: doing. Do me th is  justice in your next issue. I do apt iateod to  leave until all claims against me aVe ;*Patisfac-������  torily.settled or paid.; Send me my bill and  I will return you the cash by the next mail.  :���������'���������'��������� AsGBloBALk&XliQ*  POLICE COURT.  (Before H. n.S^h^'^A/SM,)  to  ' :J0  ".��������� .Wbdkesdat,Noy. 2,1870.  x A. celestial,: named Ah :Sing,'  charged  compatriot of the.name of San Wey wi  breaking open a box of his with intent  steal.   His evidence was as follows 'XA; ���������  Last, night, about 7 o'clock, I went out of  my house in Chinatown, and on my return  found prisoner coming out; he ran away ; I  found my box broken open and everything in  disorder. I no sabee law this country. Cali-  fornee, spoee man steal, he put jail.  Prisoner, was committed for trial at the Assizes.  *���������-^a������--*-  Exprkss Movemekts.���������Barnard^ Express  arrived on Sunday morning. -The only passengers wore the Hon. Mr. Bali, from Soda  creek, and Miss Annie La Grande on a return  from a visit to the ;- saifc chuck;"���������T-neydown  express left on Monday morning, taking oa  passengers Mr. B. Deffis, for Lake La,IIachf%  Mr. W. Stephenson, of tbe Brouse claim, who  is about to visit his relatives in New Brunswick, and Mr. Henry Havelock, for the laefe  eighteen months editor of the Sbntinkiv wh >  purposes returning to his native England,  Mr. Havelock, during his residence here,  made many jiiends, and he will be much  missed on William creek, and tbe Cariboo  Amateurs, by his departure, have lost one of  tbeir most valuable members. The next Es>  press is exp8cted to arrive here on.S.iturdm'  night or Sunday morning.  BOTsraarstsBSKrjJ Tff m vs^m^aamaa
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^^tjguite!a! large ���pile^lmachto^^t fcp-*
i ^ro^chuig ^completion, at.! the:^acifi<P Iron'
�� Works^ pn^irit streef-y ���which|J^^^n^d;iis;
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:���- til^: arid- wjll ^^heii^^Pi^hej^ tirst^ steanii
machinery^ ihere: on suclran extensive;-fabjale*/
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y iMrMihgyM yr^peesnryi 2 jfi^^lprn^e^rainT
".' ,'.uic; and ifnose:^^pumpingriengine.'.with^lS-inch
���  ' cylinder^ capable* ofstirowihg 35^ galloifs^peir
'���"--minute;'1'*��� ^'vtiAti&��( y!dx-sjy^yyxy77:'//
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"..��������� 'Perhaps no. mi ning, locality: has been .better
.:;. , enr��ed5,tliaii} Cariboo^ for;not one tjtheof$;the
Aymen ��� who wenfrthere in^earlier; (faySJJe'yer,te-
; atise d: any th i ng ��� biii ypxation;h suffering:! 'or
?;; iruin by' their^ife^bitfer.'���-��� .vl.Neyerffielessiihese:
l^^thernMnes have;y?eld^.millions ;of:!doly
��� lars;-^ The- yield? of Ji Williahi ^ creel^i!since;i! its
' .,��� Vl^scoveiy in IS^has^beenVnbtless thijApl^,
v v<)00,000. arid some:are tdisposed; to^plac'e^tlie
'Ar. ><iin.j! total;^u^;!mghe
> nveriageduSCOiOobjo ea'clilOO^ef; the Stfeele
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< t))e\ ..piller^co.;pearly ^a^qiiarter-pfa;^
o^ll^.jbuft^afj^'Oi 'feetrj the ./Burns^11^
$1SO,000 but ott;i2Q^et^an^
y '������;��� .^y0r.yxxX0xy'!i':>- ^^xx^uyv- jh;^'. xurq-.
-���-...', or:other prominent:cases miprlit be.mentioaear,
(^merjOn^ v^
, ^t^f)iO Q^f^ liis��Irid iv^<3 ��al: ^ sb are- ^ ins ��� Fse ve rai-
cWpanielr M^
j:ie1dii^nargely{ uj(r i ojlalest J Sktes. / The;;%n^
5    rHig:lf^eld,: of. ,the^nous ^ee&^^se^arjwn'
^.t^|2!oaj)}00^
V.!: Ov'*r] an d-^nthl^^p average aii--
iiual yield per'man^at S10QO,���'wiulevheJ,made
::* 7 t!i��y iefdW ��61 d!j>ef ^maii ja&ih'e-^resbnfetim e
;!��� in this S^teiotaiiSS;^^ '.   ^���������;.[
7-r'-     ^���^v^��'^-,,-/X,^B^'teAn.6wB �����������.=
���^i^iSK^i^fe'^fe^ been^in: (hat^ seciloiiJ of
*',.- ^untir^wilKremehihisrte^
::   stretehin^forSeveral m^ I
[ t on;W Wi'ilo w:.rivermin'.; the prosperous,.days
of: \!i'illiam"vCi?eek K;tliey7feceived',m^
1^^n4 .wet^prospepte^in^ve^
��� .its !far- a^s)iyossible/by shafts an ft artesian wellsi
s^achj'ii^jth^, gravel^rgot;a prospect rbf^;^111;
. fen .-ifet W enty^fi ye) cents^o: the' ��� p an, i whi c h;; al^
Ibwl ng is ah"! -^verage ��� of' ten '! feet;; of 7 gravel
Ihrorighquf*: the! flats~by no mean's an extrav-
agabt all 0 \v ance-T-sii ch a prosp ec fc makes' th e m
������'���:. tbe richest and'mOst extensive deposit of gold
known-on tha'coa^t^even ..'siipp'rjsing it were
n h b <k tt er as th 0 b.edro ck y w as ^reac^ed .The
mo men t, ��� li10 wever,; the., top "graveV was dis-
&n'M ��I?i the 'Waterrshot lip! \yith such violence
g,nfj...in;such quantity^hat no :;sliaffe^coiild.Abe
Ic^t emptyv:;The. best available maoliiiie'ry
'���" wu^ap plied in y.ain, and aftervan 'expeiiditiire
9f 'somei * $|o.0500(>!,'lie���- Mxuulpws were>abandon ed, v It is fd.t;; th is sec tip a. that the ab 0 ye
��� p 0 wer fn I m a chin ery��is cleg lined. : '' ������ ���"������
ink pAw aki) xqiiTz cnimoo inxjxq GOMmyJ
For rt long timc^ithe Colonial Government, of
British'poluiorbia seemed to place every pos.
sible obstacle iu the way of the euergcllc men
who, with any ordinary difficulty in their way'
would' 'ba've ! foiigbt bravely; bn to- success*
Not'merely was the general taxation, the toHs*
��5:c, .large, bat' there was for a timera heavy
export duty on native gold.   Many a good
un an le f t the '}��� co us try; thorp u'ghly disgusted.
The 'present ^pyerhor !is an. enlightened and
piishing man, and is; doing every thing, ho ean
to.aid the colony, r.The annexation of British
Columbia may or may riot come off.   Governor Musgrave is in a sense, hovveyerVliim-
fle I f. [ I atiiie x e d," h aving, as-Is. wel 1 kn 0 wn, recently married in tbis city.an American lady,
a relative of Cyrus W; Field, the eminent tele,
graplipr.. A responsible firm of old Cariboo-
itesj" Messrs. Lime &' Kurlz, have obtained
from him a grant which} virtually., covers the
:whejle',1$ the ^{Meadows.??A) It:.is, ftve; miles
T^gt;byxme;mile wide,i and is good',fori 21
Iyears:frbmt July ^thj'they;paying;a nominal
;rfent!df $250lier annum.! Governor^Musgrave
: has made:. fi^thet coiiqess iopsl^ 'The machinery
|p^in'a:!C^iii:ppv ^iging^^Ccp^any^ .enter
|tUe^iia^,du^
[wili pay no! tolls, While the: present^ rate of
;freight. temMf#:l^Hiine3' (EOSut^ nine
���cents)1'will not Jp^s;fteavily npoa the,com-,
���M^fe v ^^^^fe?^ !a4)q^io^|he(cpn?patiy,s;
jgr^iiferwe had- ajmosfc said; their1 ranch;' -for
iffi^teasi^
���^eek^^nd^^BaU^
mediately above^that is; higher up the. creeif,
two" and a half smiles ^ofr the Valley 'gorge; has
yielded-ov^$15,06p
tlie toC 5& H& jn^ ; o^feoutsfe kany
exp ene, ncei miney, k no ws that > there, 1 mus fc he
considerable, gold below, albeit (this, is 'oup
pwn;"speculiition);��� it1 is *qi)ite'";possible,^that in
teb;^n^f^9*,frateV""it .'will jyfqvejbf a fiiier,
ligjh ter n^hr.*?^
more diffused. ' On the ��� other.handi,?4there'>as
almost a: deai;"certainfy; ��� that1 heavy;gdld wil]
b^'fbund in the iieiptehdpd !of'. the'' payiSg
cl aims' above' hanaed,!and n'roli abi y! else wli e^e.-
' ������Xu;  v .'  i:0yir>���;>��'.> ,i:n.X0i '��� ���  ������" ''ry^-rr*. ->X"
Noi shaf ts? ha^e^been, sunkjin-1 ihose ���; rextensiye
mead0ws-without'the col6rs>and prospepts(61
gold ^havingtbeeh^found.'��� rTSfbw%at the'^vater
!can" oe; kent -undier .^y ^he ab ove. h aineoV :p 0 w^
;e^fol!macbinei^,gent;up ^?Messrs,.fLane. and,
^iriaji oiny partvof ??their/enormbus claim ^ can
|)ereadily7test;ed^ t: Formerly it -was;!, almost^a;
���j 8ke vt"6-f cat 1;' these ���; sinkings!:a \ \ shlafts'; '.?r ';iih ey'.
were in. point of .fact ^..wellsyiv an,d;iif\water'
ih^d ;beenj: rn- scarce.;} .as, =:^mje^/qtliei!-^articles
pften-swere^why ^:th ey U would !:have^jbeen lan
immense'sne'eess; A Mr 'iiegh- HarnettMfi'^liis'
lecture, coinpated^the'-'eaSe '��� with 'which1; this
gravel formation could .be,draitied>andrtested,
^it^ihedifficialtiea;;!^ ;,the'.^ay--of/sucli^an
^i^us^n^e^talci ng!a^
iptijXi wondered^ wliy'np- bae;'yet :cbujd JJe fSjind
Ife^tquph; the fpfmer/ r The men have now been
li^na^ 'and/ in- d ey elopln g ./aiid ,i beneilfcting- o ur
|neigl)^orsivlhi(Bdtis% (^iumbia;uthey'..will
I benefit !us^ipr ^(all road^Iead, to; Rome^g^A
darff'e-ffiiniber^b'f��� men-"will necessarilybe: fern-
'ployed irji; the;iindertaking, and,.thexe..is every
prospect of .an:; ;-Jtrtm^^e^sevfbi*trine accruing, to
the enterprising Caliibrnians who have con-
;ceived-the schieme: -l?W6:are1 ready to take any
:amount<of (urikssessablei'stbcF'fcerein!
'��� > 'Ri'-British ^Gdltimbiaf ^ee; ^n^r^^iljb,e
watclied wttli1 grea.t interesfej bJ<?canse,!;, if. suc:
= eesafulj pthec^^.creeks may soon,haye ���their turn?
while Uiisi .well known, fur ther,-.that any qilan-
tity ef gold-bearingi qiiartz exists In 4he .couifr
������ffc&j ^timitst-legislatioii' aiildf;' heavy! rates^Of
tr'anspbrtafibn we-Ufriigli. oiushed out V!the
spirit pf: ?,the. cpiv�� ti*y' in; day s gone^by, bu 11 a
new era has been inaugiu'ated, *fthe.-,progress;
of' which we 'shalliwatch 'witb;the grea'test5in-
I ''X^'Ci ?W^0i x \/x4.
Ji
) r 0- .v0.. New York, August: 15th,ia868A.
Allows me =tov; call��� yotif /attention 4o^inyi
PREPARATION :x.OW- COMPOUND I lEX.;
TRACT rBUCiro.^:.' The- component ^parts' we'
feUCHU, Ong : Le% .GUB15BS,-JWIPE&
:BlimRIESi.vV;r'���XA A'0 yiiAxXX0XX0
L -Mode !:0Fv;I^E?iUUTr6N:^BuiDhuj' in vacup^
: Juhip er Berries^ b y d is ti Uatib n ,��� to fo rm a> fi ne ���
jgin;'.;: Cubebs extracted liy displacement>with'
spirits obtained ��� from- Juniper Berries ;;; yery
llittle sugar is used^ and a^small proportionpf
spirit. Alt is1 more:palatable ithati any U0vviin>
use.:Vvv^' ':������;f'!; .0' '-'���''-.> '���- xA-n 7AX' :\-0 <.-0.-1-
���,; Buchui ������ as prepared by ��� Druggists,^:is;; oV a*
dark i coioi\ A It ids a plant that emitsats* frari
grance;: I the taction ��� of a aflame destroys this
(its- active-: principle^���-leavingrn 'dark iand
glutinous decoction. Mine- is thei color ofate
gredients.'-.The Buclnv in my preparation pte^
dominates ; the. smallest quantity of the other.
ingredients are added,'.to.^proventifermenta-
tion i; upon; i03pection it wi 11'��� be foilnd^ not to
be a .Tincture, as inade ��� in i;Ph'armaebpeei* nor
i s i t a Sy rn p���mi d -there fo re can be ��� ? used l ��� in
cases iwiiere feyer or' iuflamniation '-exist.-. In
this^you haye< Hhe> knowledge of��� 'tho; irigredi--
ents audi tbe mode of. preparationjiy; '/��� yAlyj
��� -Ho P i ��g I that y 6U:; wil I 'favor i t ��wi th; a�� trial,1
; and vtbat '.* up on?! iiispec tio nv��it': will ��� meet ��� vv i th
your approbation A.;;- x.Xixi XAAl^.Ai' M yy
^ With * a feeling \ p f pro fon n d cdhlideh eey   ' ��������
���i ii. i ji flam, ^very?respectfuHyi vi^i ��'=��_ Air A;
k*;;/;.\;fv-:;vi l^^i).^/;[r.fHELMBOIiD^;;-|
Chemist and 'Druggist of 10 Year's Experience;
(FrOin the > largest m an ufacturi ng: Ch enlists In
"-���?j7}AX ��� At,\A.��� Xithe:world.) 'XA AyA\y 0 Amri;
V0 0 0i 0'>0l ) .Nof&ffiffi^lBSfe''^
!v ;^I am acquainted with Mr H.;T. JJelnilS^d;;
he pcctipied ;Uie!l)riig Stbfe pp^p;site;rny; Wsir
deiicey and;;Was^ufec^sM m^ cOridudfib^j^tHe
busi ness^ wbere:^ �� ^wfi^!? %!^$ 'b e |n ^quaflX
So ���;. before hiin:"' I; have J been Jfa yprably; i!rjji?
pressed:with'-His' cha'racter anS :Mteip ris'a.?���' ^';
,/;; s '//":'.' .'���' r'WILLIAM WtjfiETMANi ?'
_ X0X ptnn of; Pp iyers 'and; ���Wijng!(itm an !'fia)>n:
;! ������!' ^ Mtuvin^fChemiats^:Nintli- !;aM';'Bi*Ow'ti
0X '^SiMits;-iPfiiiadblbnia/'; A7yJ 700:71
i: MisctiiikKMis/
'1 a
.-^HJ^^;^iT-:r^^^';^*������(^l3tn:a���^d;v���,^i^
WORCE^l?EiFt^Hl^^
DeclaiHid by Connb'Isseiirs to be. ;
(M1.
��J>;.'v.   :^s
��� Cautipa'agaiitst!Fraud;4-Tho subecss^of 'tbis
^Lifs
'rces-
 ....   ,   .,     - ���j.pUDiiciSucr^Dyiriformedtliat the
��� onlyvwa^'to s"ec'ur"<itiie'gfen'uin'dj i-g-tov'; -*���iA0��� '��� i:!��� <
��� bi.U; gfef':'''-'^T!;--}f.. V[i'   "-i/'t'-'i "���3|l,fi:(-'^,J--^  ^;'i,;''
;i:l!;i)/
���:;fuJJ3 <J
^^''.^^^x^ii-ili,^
d
with a sinu*i0us WorccstorshireSijuco.jupon1 the,\vn\p-
per ami labels of which the nanies of Lea and Perrins
iuivo-.beeu forged-y'lj;^anil' $\' 'give notice that they
tiotis.b$ \\-rhi.QhitliitffXigl\tjmatfjbe,iufri.nged,,a(r,?..,,
A^fOYi^mA. &�� PERRINSroSlauc^ and.s: I
,.; Na:nef���o;i,, Wrapper,. ;;Label,,;jBQttle; >an,
"'S'toppe'r^ ^'"  r   ,-. 0 77* ''A ' :A r ���������r'M-'"  ������
Wii'0lesa 1 e and for exportby,thc Propvictors,;Wor
cVstei-:; Criss e an u iBIn fcli well- Lbiiclon^ &Mi l-&c] land
by,Grp^r^amJ[:pi:lmentnniv^^ v ;:^:.ii)vv ��� ���; J.v'
Miners' v^r^isi^SStiS^
^'-;^!^xTv(bbi'dai':>ro ^Skntinel^pficis;''' 0.
.Xif
For weakness arising from indiscretiob.,!'j:The
exlianstrtid!'powers ;,'6f Kalufe;:':wb*ic.8J;are *'ac-
cOm pa'nie'cl^by -so ��� 'jri&fiy j' al arm 1 ii g -;,sy in p' to msi
anid��hg whi ch will' 'be ��� fdunu; Tndisp o.sfti'(fe . slo
:Exer tion; L 6ss: 6 f: Me iriory \[ Wakefli I. ri e'ss^ :1T6 rj-'
ftor ofipiseaseV orl'Fo^
.4 T tiiis Es tab 1 i slimeiht wil laWa^'-b'^fbuutla w^H
4&��: iT}sclecte;d;anjdiy^eda^prtiiVentp^tli^
#I^sBestS GRi&teERiijS^ ffROyiSioSs
7X010 a    IN1 CARIBCidPr X'Xx^1.
:r-iXxi0'xX\y<Ax-x\i\\r &:*/;**: ���yrx'.xx, >y>o^:f):x ���
A IB Q���isg 6fi<!Is ftle.cti ji:np f Glp^b in g, sHn. rd war 0,- .Glass
V"'     'X' 0J* : Medici nes, otcoP^' ���"; ,.
.'B^st'Jay'i-CQireg^j^^a^ pAliiY A
MSsOJOm' $>tihv A^M)WEST RATES
.''��� >:'-Tb e BaVK i'stf u] 1 y s upplic d -with:, the cfioic e stl V-'".
fayx ^"(tj^VaiiaC^arBVWin'esandlji^u        AAxAi -���.
'/'vHrus.M)^ pti;ip U'i.Udrati6n:;tob usln.ess ,iii}ttcJ]fair and
squar e d ea li n ^t 0 oie,r.i=t a co nt]: nuan'c eo f 1 Vb e Li be rai
patVon a!g e ho re toj'qr f extend e c(' t b jnc ;:.'���."..!: V ' [ '��� :A'':
t' ^narg'6;^dii of -H'EY>y'obD'& i^bl^bTated ;;B^CJOil.
Cbr!Sttl^vfct!a^.veVyibw:fiffure;:C:;^ *������=��� ���;'  M^I..'^:X7.
rn
lomi'&m
'���i'-h'?)
iereat;
1 -vf ^^SCELI;ANE(?pB.;;,;w
LtGkTklNG Cekkk./'!.
'���si;
once; affected'wi-tk Organic-Weakness, requires
the aid of Medicine to strengthen and irivigori-
ate the, system,..which.: HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHUcinyanablyydoes.r;;.If no
treatment'is submitted to^ Consumption or In^.
canity:ensues. '������..��; ix.11 v -v; ��� >���;';. Xx "xx -..- U':-s --: v - ������:;-
MINERS. AND TRADERS .willflail it; .to, their ad
:. van tag e to p u'rcliasp a t this S tor c, w iicr e there is
IXiEGIlSSOlTIElf OF. GOODS
Of the very best description on hand, an d, the StocU
constautiyreplc-n tab ed by now arrivals. Th uprbprie.
"Vv"v!      lots wiflselldoods
AS CHEAP AS ANY ��� IN CARIBOO.
Orderspromptlyfillcdjand forwarded with dispatcb
Van Winkle,
EEEDY & LINDHARD,
i'"*; ;r'.:lA.XX i I :���/S.ASP : ��;.! '���<���' X vi-'i   0
/IMPROVED ROSE Wash ������
i.XZ"   X4--*i-i  XX>->0  ,X *��"'   li-'  ���   ���/.'.".'���t'"-. ' ..'"f-:-:.
will; ���radically extermihate from; thei'system
diseases arising\ from habits' of dissipatidn; at
little expense, little..or no change- in ,diet,J-no
inconvenience or exposure. -*���:������ '.:'��� �����--'tf�� ���-
TitEf U^EJ^SI^NEDjj BJ3.GS:. :TOfjJllsSOBJL;;HJS
:.filcnAa)|ii4 tli.^publicythat?be.h4s fitted;;up so.-n��
CGM^QaXABL��>  BEP^r^blMS
In his new. b.uiluiug, where 'h eJs prepar'eel ';tb. give
goodBeil^-tit5 a\! reasonable' pri ce5.';';- Th bs o 'who will
f ayo r b im with their p a tro d age, ni a j^. d ep end' 6 h >t h o
pleft^fiS.s]aQ:<J:c^*dif0(r^i!o BJils' House" ,7, <'rk {ii; v;
.-. i ]B|ei aJc,o*s,als ot la is;oppor tun | ty to-re m i n d t h o Carl -
booites:that liis! Bre\vety..iiai\frec,eiY'eu'tHe FII^ST
PRIZED, of i h 6 Colony f or lii sc 61bbTa ted' - !!
IU ������00XtXi\ *';'i'/-r :ji: V :s ''v< "������!���"! I;.';-- ���;������.;������'.>''��������.: iv*J"
J,?*;'; -^^^^J^'-^^^
���Aii d t b'ctr ii e atria tear s wi 1 ib^' 'ati 1 e'tp:jud g e by tb em
s^lybstha't' such] honorable.! prize i.hasVbeenv jiistiy
awarded to-liifii" "[Xry:,:    A.-.-Ax.
��� N, B. ������ A1 argefrbntrbosi to let.,;iy -" ...; :' ..��� '< "'
���  Barkerville Jan. 23 1869. ��� ���    ���'*:'"��� "N'. :CTJNIO
HE
'S
Vi
Proprietors
UR," FLOW
SODA  CBEEK,   '        "        .       .
���'    QUESNELLE, and
BARKERVILLE.
-.    '.:��� :.;..- .      .J. HARPER,.:
in all diseases of these organs,-whether.exist-,
ing in male or female,. from .whatever pause
original ing, and no matter of how long stand-
ing.   Those ,811 flfering from broken down or
delicate'constitutions, procure the remedy at
once. ',..... .   ��� ��� ���
.. All the above diseases require the aid,of a
Diuretic. HELMBOLD;SEXTRACT^UCHU-
is the great .Diuretic*'     ��� '""*��� -'**-; "
JE3"Sold by Djruggjsts everywhere. Price
$1 25 per bottle, or 6 Bottles for M-60. Delivered to any address... Describe Symptoms
in all communications.������.
ADDRESS ��� ���������������������
H.   T.   HELMBOLD,   '
Bnm axi> CuKMiOAL-WAREiiousni," '
594 Broadway, New York.   ��� ?.-.. -
Nonr are GftOTNB unless done up-in steel 1
engraved  wrapper, with  fac-simile: of my
Chemical Warehouse, and signed     . 7^7., 7 .
-*      ���      H, T, HELMBOLD.  ;
Bes^aurarLt' aiii^rrBakery.
* iW/i-.-;';-rT-r^ -o���'���.*/ -v   7r.%x
ab
i or
e'^atir.ohng
heretofore b os tow e:d '6n\ hini; a ri <.V t r us ts: 11 ra t' by li i
usn al jgfci pi? ti tten tIon t o ,b u s i n es s t o jnc r i t ? a co nti a
dance'bl'tbeircon(Idenccandsupport.      '  v.
Meals, tyiJ; vBoardV^ii^per. Weekx
gREAfr. HADE'-OF  TliE?iBEBT FLOIJR
1 IrccommODdtolhepubiic riiy   * , t
GROUND    6OFFEE,  ,
wh! ch i s a hi ii ch s ii peri o r ar ti el ^ ban an y which can
be li ad from below. ���,' I Ko'ast and Gri n d it' jnyselt
and choose, thesbestberries, consequently the publia
may b e a u r e p f i ts being f re ef rom a d u ] tcr.atiu.ii ���-���
;'; ���', 'A/i./'//7'/-^:G/GOOJ)B(My
DECEASED.
oc29
THE UNDERSIGNED, AS EXECUTOR,.requests, tho
Creditors of liio' above��Estate, to. send iii their
accounts'forthwith, and the'DetYturs' of the-said Estate :to pay. what* may ho- due by them, otherwi3(=��
legal ��� i; rocc edi iigs will b e taken against, tli cm��.; ",
. .",. 7   -(Signed).' .  '.'"'. .L'.-HAUTIER.,.  A-
���  ;" ���    '-.'."  ' " \"'-''.. :."'.""Executor ...
������������LyltoV; B.C.', August-22,1870." <7i''- sc8'-3in>-^
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