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The Cariboo Sentinel 1872-11-16

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 ��������� ii' ���������.'-"..  .'-   '.: i.  ,'  '��������������������������� i      \  es  ips  s*������  ivejT  iB8en������  tages  ; will  le of  dries-  Btu'ril  eight  jsions  30.  ekoa  5  b.  %9. Ot  ST.  xy  ;.-v   Published every ^Saturday by  !    ,-  -���������     .   ^::'K^:!>:;^;^^^^v-vf.-^ ���������.'���������'���������:���������   .-   '  ;������^BBB'(t* JI p/LX^Q W^T.,;  Subscription, - %* ;50 Ceats per Week.  : 'AyAyX ��������� ,.R^Ei3;.0P{AnyE^TiHJfG^/;-;; ���������/: ���������';���������.��������� -^j  For o ae. i<iuare(one I hclV), ,fi rst I si en \vaH , -', $5  ?: try *y y y :.;���������������������;;���������-;���������.- -������������������* y.?y X'- -'tao%ba! t*b; ���������:. y. :���������- '������������������' y$.  Wot two fr&uarea, firs tittsertlon, .': -  - "-..-".'-������"S  :*���������':'.-.���������.; :-.".':**.--; - rt������fi wraith r . ���������'������������������ '". ,'���������;.;.���������';' V-       *J  ,;,ojtie month,  .W*C$5!  Agents fOT vthe '^Cariboo Sentinel."  yy 7-00^Jm^0:A0x,yA0X  Van Winkle, ������   v^;   V-..,^-*- A-U'Mclnnes.j  tyiesnelinouth,   1J'- ^���������i? -is 7 Barnard's Express)  Pn.ln, Creek, ���������  ���������,*&/,-; '   -* ,<������ 7,, "iBaTriarU's Express;  Clinton, . -    0..   ���������' '��������� ,-   ''Barnard's .Express  Yale. * /- ������������������ yy Xt. A'.% .: -;<io.. ;.^ ^.*lw;.. '  Y^w^Weslrh.lniteY - . -; v.- > ;- ��������������� 4John \rurray , ,;  'Vict<fe������,-'''-^r5^"V-v." - '**< ���������'��������� ���������-:������������������"'������������������' Wmehster.v  5..T. Fisher, - ��������� . ,..- - Su n Francisco  .."Bean1'* ,<J<W ���������>l ?:':v - ������������������" ��������� v-3-'-. 11 "-; -��������� xxz .;; Sani-FrgnjsUjpo  'fQ,���������-Street,)'. * v-f n - *  - *?v- >30'Cornbili, Epndjpiif K^C.  S- * V)  ;.V.ii'.  l:a HI 'C ARIR&O/ SENTIN EL  Varrf ������; f^ir cut nrs:: Posers.������ nd jPrOjrraTnrfleg for{  ilallsarid:TheatriCAil Etxtertalnni^nts,  5xecute<5 with neat'bewanS disjfttc&l^  T^rm^fnoderatet5:3- 0X*~*A-  ���������    ���������   ;::;��������� y {ymomkA/yy 7 ^ ���������  Yictori^Nqy,, 6^ rof  llie l������w^a Geo.\W-sBeiI was ��������� oarried out yes-  terday in the jail yard' in the presence Of  about; 100s persons, inejud ing'the .High Sheriff,  the; Maybr^QUe^vimi tbe reporters;:-for;the;  Press. 'The prisoner,, who was 'attended by  Rer. }&r Pol idrd, seemed perfectly resigned  andxoropoaed to-his fate; ^BelF assisted the  execuOo������Veiy;: and v observihg f ^thatrbifi, hancl  trembled an d he appeared ,agl tated, Bell.,sald;  ** What are' you; trembling< for?"; are' you  afraid !v :I,ram.-not/afraid���������why shouldyon  -bet'l? Whetf told to walk^acrosft the ly-ifird to  the rjrick buiWing, he compliedJwitQ seem ing  alacrity }/��������� his step wass firnij liejBejd{his head  'eitiqtj 1 and:, bis: appfearaiibe waathat;of a man;  wb6 waB starting?:bfra'Jo(hfne^ai the end'of1  which: he .expected to find etttfre happmese'  . rlry* x-, yiy^y.y. ��������� ���������; f.".yy,���������  and repos^.^ AA two -.���������mifiijitecp to .7; o'clock;  Bell .was., conducted.��������� to ihe .scaffold, which.  stbod^oppositeihe 'door'of the olo?debtors"^  prison. * lie I as epp ded ,th e/st^ pf jftrmj fe'; "Ajf ter'  ������ ehbrtvprayer vf rom; his spintiiaU-a^vi-^r^ the;  pQsbiier -n iuvj(ed|l>ryen tly '.for his' chUdi^n^H;  f&).tkei; rose, aiid .������ald^^I������.a'in ^ead^^^^While!  tlie v executioner adjusted the ��������� nbo'se" to hisj  neck.^ell asked that ittshould; be* tightenedl  ah'd^dl.rVc!^ iiiV^nbt. W  * hind his ear.   The c������p was then drawn over!  'his foce^tfcd^whilw^is lip^mOve^litflauditflei  prayer the bolt was drawn,; and; Bellvras^  ;Iaupcbed'M'hto- ������terriity^ ^Three5 timesfW;*hM^  :y'y .���������*: <it>*\A ���������:     L.\y-.y ���������,' y. <:y "--} ?;*��������������������������� ���������  ���������..   ������������������������?-.  rWjus. tremor ,ehqok-lhe; ho4yr^^alone indU  cated the.:'fligliT:of the paasiii^'Ipint'^TSe  **M  XX  ^eiM^^^[hmM^ ^ fjTtiojci 'nfoh'it el I. idpj$.  in,bis tracka, aail������������������Quail gave,hinaself up; and  is in  .^.f';^������:'  *l" '.0 i^lr-'^SQ^^^-^PUS^ i'. ;  <xr  . ���������*( i: ������������������>*>������  ?���������*���������������  :^fa1|;:ilov.ti||?^  8������pecia js we take.the following^,  -'...4'-:  ^e^Xpr^, ^ov^-^lSe/ 'Hgr^i^iecftor,  estimates give Grant\ 25 St-^s;fedfXxreelej  8 -j;1 ot.ip3 electoral totes for -$ra.ntto ;90Jor  Cfreeley���������';;.l Popular:majority /fori Grant 'ii^.  pVa%e|^ aj. SSl^OOF Th^^  say sSwfje ther.: the" result^ wilUie:accouht^;fb^}  bjr/t^pQpular strength -oJ^Geja^ral- Grant, on  tbevon^ bahdv'or the weakness of ������reel^vantl j  trleWeebiesiess^ ofrllbel liberaV���������Repunlican^  Volkeiisxirgli ;&2Got  :���������';'; V!3 ~;7.$#  'yy:,  ' X vrtihsXyL  '-!>  h't'Ai  ^  1 * Vt jYi!  r^vweemen ess or. t ne up eray:; icepup  oommpdl-lbr;:J|e;!'^em  o^e^haiul, it isju/ many freag^ctj^Jthe ;;tnosi;  remarkabie v eiec^dul I- iiri th e' itiwto ry ;Jof ;1 thv  ���������cou^y;'/^  ���������'������������������:^1 4W ^V'/^^"^  \f^Th^'iTnhui.er gives'-Gi^Vj^ieiec^ral  . jo^^he jpwell,rand 82 fi^^eel^.^Th������^  isjscar^^l^a:paral lei,: it;jsayfli| ih;rtb^:c6itfjjilfttfer  T,^ss%PG'raiit'8'tnumphi^:GraDtshas'-ho^foiii|''" >***m.0'^7   ": y>mmA00^m  years more ������������������power.-v-with a Cowgra5Bional:ma-- ���������;;-���������;��������� '���������'- ���������������������������-,- -������������������ x- rxy...������, v-'*:". ":������������������ -..-.: .;���������;. ��������� ��������� -��������� x.  xyxyyy '-':--\0 y' ;:-v--v ^> *;r*> '-\  v'v-.-^;v^--.;,;--v^,::'ir';- ijf^-s-Tr^o^-fflllfMj^'^iif^if'*  jorit^j^s^ateyeT/irel^ "-"������������������,D-n ^ m  ���������    *..tH.v ,.  i fe|C:t^he\wil lvh a ye)th^e^aid.;;of^tb^.Tnb.u"ne./;'^%  ���������  The: World placesi tbe^pbpulaVniBjoiity^ti  :apS'dbj3.?5^^  ^emppracy;^sun^nd^  ^demoralization.^consequentAnponv? tbtevNew};  I^rlB^iS^ppeculatib^  r-^XAixXy yi-'-y.y -x-yy>: x\ *r0y0Xy>y.iyii X\'  ..disheartened.the party..audthey.had.n.o.t,re���������������������������  WR-T>^KREl*?8l73fjnar.ciI^.  ��������� // ���������;, .. Tii*R *AffA*% 000';  :::-^-'-^}lmtorii'N'QV..--i2. '���������  Mr B������rnaH lot������nwintun:enrre^powlent  ' J^hv**'.- thi������'f *������ wiUbi- ne Mail tti is |np, in cens<������-  "qhmir.ft <������f :tfo*i n������^l**et;nt the*P������������! Office !)���������*-  . p������������rtment at New : Wfist mi nstfr, tr������;. <1 eliver ������  iiinil t^itiV fTn^'f;piwt.e?;< Mr B������rn*r<!' w  5wi 1! i n$r to . can;y all mails that reach, Yale in  lime for.thiV^taef;/1"-'"'^'''" '���������'" 1[i ";���������//:,;-' '<?  ' 7'7//A''\'  QTXl^NI-^PUTH.  ��������� V Otiwrnrfmoulb, Nov; 11 ^Er^m Gtrdit?er.  th^iDmliiHca ^aiJJ25onri^r.j|we^ Jgar**,������.'i!,ftt!  ���������nearly all the claims in that district were phut  d o w n for tbe se nson ��������� ��������� w hen * he-1 eft;- ; A boi 1130  men will win ter in rt*i������mine������, ^Mr Fit/^eralfl  wiriters at Stewiiri's"Laltei"' John: Bryant bad  returned to Manj������*en from Forjt Ouu-garven.  He repoHsftbePewe^i^r^liex be a  fine agrsiculturai country.  [[ ��������� The weather here has been very \Cold; for  the 1 ast f������w days and tiie F.ruser Is' fit 11 of  run ning ice. The steamer Victoria has made  her last trip, and Is now being hauled out at.  Alexandria.  ROADSIDE ITEMS.  Clinton, Nov, 12���������Green and.Tiederawi'*  Survey parties arrived hwe thUeveiling en  rbnto for Victoria.   Mr Watt started for tbe  127 mile house this evening.      v '  The stage from below arrived at 6 p.m..  with three/passetigers, tyit^without the/ mails,  the semi-monthly mail contract having gone  .into effect the flrst of this;month.:   No passengers for Barkerville.   ......,. y  Weather here clear-and cold ; thermometer  8 below Eerb at 7 a.m.   Sleighing above this  point is remarkably g*eod, but below Indiffer-  ������ent.  127 Mile Houso, Nov.: 12th���������Tompkin's  loaded team, for Barkerville, turned'back  from Bridge Creek. Freighting over now���������  about 7 inches of snow on the road.  Soda Creek, Nov, 12���������Several stacks of  hay. near the lakes on Carp enter* a 'Mountain,  .were;fiet.on fire and totally destroyed.,��������� ,-Teu,  4Qgc������ei b������ldw zero -tbia marDing*.    7* Ay  body' rem ai bed b a ri s:io sr- for a hiho u r) ��������� w h en - i t  was; cut down' and 'de]iyered: to Bell's friehas,;  by' w^init'>waa'inymkl. fi x y -r  The Princess Royal has:,on; bqard- eleven  p**elc Kge* cb nVitroed %o tlie' Do im nib n-^Gov-erar"'  m<Mtt. .These parkapes-qonswiof; 110OrHnrder  ri i leu; w i t h acco ti treme n U" a mi n mm n ni tion to  m a I cbt and 110.0 rifle urn former the BrUiuh  Columbia^ VoUhiteer.service wh^n \organised.  Wr Barnard lias undertaken .tha wintering  of 500 mules belonging to ibe lUilway JSur-  yeyl 0 7 y 7- A 'x ��������� y '.. *y . ; ' ~'~  Oiie of the lunatics escaped f rom the liUna-;  tic Ag y\ u m yea ter day, b n t was recap tu red by  the Warden of the As'y111 in.   : ������������������ -;  y Mr. The ni as S pence h as b een'. awa rd ed- th e  con Wm t fttr ; remoi vi ng *: the Po rt: Sister, near  lyiilp.JoHhe'srim-bf^OpO./; AyQ 00"/  A The new cable wade as San -Francisco . to  cooneet San Jaan and Lopez Islands was  sbi ppe d yesterd ay on board the Pri hoe. Alfred.  It" is 'understood: that\ the StanvBrotberp  bayedisposed of their entire interest in the  steamers navigating the waters of Puget  Sound. The purchasers are the Northern .Pacific Railway Company and the Oregon *Sieanr  Navigation Company. *     ;   *  Lead bni from Kootenay assayed at Portland yielded 90 per cent, of fine metal The  Oregoniao thinks that when the. Canadian  road is Gnfabed the lead, mines of Kootenay  will be developed,  WASHINGTON TERRITORY,.  November 4���������McFadden has been returned  as delegate for Washington Territory by an  0 ve r whelm in-g m a j ori ty.  Henry Quail, better known as Poker .Tack,  was eating in Ross's Restaurant, Port Towns-  end, when a man named James Thompson.  alias Slim Jim, entered. Thompson assailed  Quail with opprobrious, epithets, and knocked  his hat from his head. Quail left the restaurant and went into the street, where he was  followed by Thompson. Here Thompson  drew a jack : knife and slashed Quail twice  across the face.   Quail then drew a bowie  do anjjthic'g until too' latere' -w^is mxx0_ (  * 'Tb^i^'&^iv^^ra'n^ ftp' ejVdtoral'voter  'Greffley .43/' w.iiB--'t16e}':6al^<Je'"!aouri 1  - ;i'.,r  yyr  ?y   tii (', "sr7 %vikU  ������** -^yiw w$u0yl:uf?i-  ���������* rt0*\\i \XX txrx. }.?iif-  ������'V iiWtMw000t:rr*-  vL*:,*adt^!|i^,������, 7011X1^ U.&Xt&ktiV XrAXxXl  7 n -rxAyxX'-xn $������M'3i'������i&"?& X0������ymxk  -.j'-w  ^^A^lSG.ELLA^BOIJSV,  LI TO.TOJ3gE G- CREEK  ���������iTAVmO- PTXRCHASED THS :ABOVZ  II Hm+l Jroni Mr J. J. Koberteon,-, begs to:, iaffjroi  tho travel I i ng public' ah d tbe Mi n ers of Ciiri boo thai  hfi will dobis iituios.t-uv-sustain ���������'tlW. wfjll-eariied/re.  putatiou of llie house lis.a lii'sL-cliuavHotel.   ���������;.''. '������������������"!?���������������  v47'-;f������.  xnxyyx  Ms;  ;ni:  timie to do no' as .'long, inavthe; pjibllc., ;.������X^������jf- A^jf  y0AyA700y7yXyS.X^^,fmBm^y  [ .^^..^-'^^^iiK^BEB^Hli:. pTOKE;:.'^!������������������-.;.>:-fy  Upper end of BarKermlle;  r*+*  .Will as usual be (-urnishctl'w^thnhtt'lfeft^btf'Uarksi  aabrdA,   ������������������....     ���������������������������'���������,������������������;.r< 7rX:: ni "   xiX \'7.0  ������������������-���������''  **.'  -Is. well stocked with Spirits, Ales, Wines and Cigara.  Are conitbrtftbly .-fuTnisbed, and a large additioa to  the number of roonid ia w������tr boiiip mado.   "   THE; STABLES '"' '"'.  Are tbt.best In Ibe upper country, ami will (always  he well mpplied with Hay and Gniin. ju20  .CUBE.  HAVE been requested by soveralroppcctuMe partus, whocalt tt.'Siify to the efficacy of ray Hysleia,  to agai 11 uiakc public: the fact thai ���������  Moses' Hair Iiiirigorator  WIJJa J*RBV13KT BALnKKSS.  HE-jTOUK HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN'"'. "  Oil FA IAA NO (I PF, ami effectual I v   .  CUKE SCUKF OR DANDKUKK.  Thlfisuota rn cro assertion en my part, mt h&x t  in my pussosHioriinniii'roiistejjiunouialscortlfyiug tt*  the 'wwjeesa of my rem eel y.  I ii<) not of coui'se prutend that T onn make the hair  prow, on beads which have beesi balO lor years ; but  I wil i go ws n te e to fc'to yi t. li e hair- from falling off, to  increase its growth, andelfcctuallyn.'uiove.Scuri or  UttudrufT. W. I). MIOSES,  Bark erviile, B.C.  ( CKUTIFTOATE. t ,  1  ThiBislocertity that during lust spring my bai  was rapid Iv fa Hint out and 10 y. bead was fast becom '  J?ir" After, tbe 1st of Juty, Goods will,-tu?  deliveied according to,order, on ttllsouuidt}  qre'ks'.    ;������������������;:. :j;^  .  Van Winkle. June 5..1S72.   -���������  JOHN::E^Al^Sr  knife and almost cut his assailant to pieces.--   ���������- h(itu whon-Tapplied to Jjr w. D WOSKS, .Barter  He stabbed bim sixteen times in tlie head, mrkervilU\whoip.a;rew. jweoks restored t������yha,rj   |  '    i      ;     M ts 'former be* 1 thy's-tsf-e t .,    ., [liAHD ^l^K������M*-  sAok and face, apd wound up by plunging; Vafit*t"Tiii������ D������c..������vtKi56V  .026'3|  SURVEYS AND PLANS-EXBOUT-KO  ���������On reasonable terms.;"'-'���������'  ^*jOrder*4effeftti:Mr' Kelly '���������IipiJ������rk������rrl|to  1 will, be M������BriM������'W**' ': ���������' tef** ������::  '.'- ';-o 'V  il  yy  04  ���������;., vi  ;:-;' fyVl  ;;;'^Ba^ei?i7ille; 'ITOiai^  ,t:y v  ��������� ��������� VV:  00  A i ��������� A  .::^.:"'.���������'���������:;  =-^' SSI  ;  .,:...���������.: y. t.',  V;;r.:||||  ��������� '��������� :-ft;|  :-.}.xgm  x7 '7$m  - 'i'y?:. iji!  v xXA  ;.:yX(  '��������� -'SSI  -yy������  Ayy v  ^ ?>y san  ivi.  VV t.  f HE ...CARIBOO SEgTINEL:  -SATURDAY. NOV. lf>, 1872.  . NO MAIL.  7    0 '  -;Jto a late number of the Sentinel w# ������tv  "At-arored to show that a Weekly Mail Service  would be of advantage to tbit diatrtet. .We  itiow ascertain that we ate likely.to b������ without a mail at all, excapt when the Post Office  aitlnbritiea in the lovw eountry choose to remember that such a country as Cariboo is in  existence.   Such, at any rate, is the conclusion to be drawn from our late telegraphic  ddapatchea; and naw tha* tbe Banks  are  cioainsc for ibe -winter season, It U a mat.  ter of the utmost Importance that busings  people should tiave.every facility. In communicating with those with. whom tbey bave  -transaction*. The bare"idea of being without  airaait for a week is ^almost, unendurable.  According to a*p^earance8,**ni#i may not be  the full extent of our troubles. Jor it is now  evident that notwithstanding the fortnightly  trips of Barnard &\Cr������/s alages'we may at  any time be deprived of a mail for tbe space  of a month.   This is a little more than we  Expected, and -we'sincerely hope-Ibat it will  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  The Forest Roan, and BaHarat companies  bav.e closed operations ia consequence of the  severe troat-'AA7.A.  '...,../' ";ti^&?llXCBS���������CREBKa. '���������..;': .^;' ���������  ���������-' The result of mining, operations'.on this  creek for tbe last two months shows conclu  sively the esiBteivce of gold ia torge and pay-  ing quantities. During last week Ibe Discovery co. took out 35 oz., and have "be������9n stopped  in consequence of an accumulation of ice in  tbeir ditch. The Two Sisters co. lias been  paying well, but have (Stopped work for a  few days in consequence df tb* w4**d breaking down wilh ice caused by tbe late cold  weather. The Two.-Brotbarsco. are sinking a  new shaft over the cluvnwl, and atto ruauiug  a dram iu order to find Cbe clay.  'IJGHTXINQ CREEK.   '.' '      e  The Spruce co. are making very slow progress, as the ground is soft hrid the water  troublesome ie? the f.tce. The Point col, owing  to the severity: of the- weather, have btien  compelled tt> suspend operations until next  Spring; This, although unfortunate, can be  borne by the lucky shareholders vvithkeansid-  erahle equanimity, vas they have already ve-*  ceived largH dividends,. ������aad there* fofgjtad  NEW- ADVERTISEMENTS  To/be Raflled,  T THE ELDORADO CLUB ROOMS, '*[  ON SATURDAY. EVENINS, NOV. H,  SHOT OTTT.  T^ORMETU.V OF PfWTANI*. an<1 tnoro recently of  1 ' CAVADA, wKl hear ot sometivmg much to his  advantage by applying at this Oiflce.  Aoy person who can send us any Information of  Mr Hope is earnestly requested to do so, as the object  of the present notice is of great importance to him.  ���������MrHoge. we believe; has been hi Curiboo.  October 23. 1S72 im9 Im  MISCELLANEOUS  THE 'BANK OFBRITISH.NORTH AKER-  I ;ICA nt VICTORIA  will until further notice pay  ,on, money specially: lodged Interest at the rate of  Four per cent, per annum  on deposits subject to Fifteen ������ays aoUce -of witu  drawal, and't      ;  . ���������*/.  Five per cent, per annum  on P<positi subject to Thirty Day? notice of with-  drawall ���������'.-������������������ ��������� ���������  HENRY A. TWO,  Manager Victoria branch.  October 18,1172.. .    ' ; , ���������, .���������    -.- ?c20 In  Assessment Fotice. .  PIONEER CO.. LIGHTNING CREEK.  \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that unless aU As-  i'l\������r MMssrncnts  due  on One  Full  Interest in. the  Pioneer .Compamv Ughtnim? Creek, owned hy  JO^Mt CAROTHKRS. "and ail expenses incurred op  toHimtfVjf 'payment, be p:iid .hefnre tlie time.of r*������!i\  reason to believe that tlW have j^^^bo'd f������������hInterest wiH V ijH at. Public. Auction at gar.  j   a   ���������        i-        j.    * -irli   *.-TuL-i.  kervillc.  on   WRDNESDA*/, the Twentieth  day of  ground to work  next sum me iv as that wliwh- Moyember instant at Twelve o>  paid 8b well tbisfaU. Last week the wash-up  reached 293 ot.   The' Victoria company are  Have the effect of awakening the people or preparing to pump out the water, whichthere.  4hia Province to. the absolute necessity of  Wring a weekly mail liertioa through its en  tire lengih.and breadth. Thia is also a point  Ibat our Ottawa representatives ought to.pay  particular attention to. We do not ask them  to perform any Herculean tasks, but we do  demand most positively that they obtain.-for  iw the means of cheap, rapid and frequent  tracjamlssion of mail matter. There Is every  reason now why wa should be favored to that  very limited extent; arid we feel eatiefled that  if the N������*t Office Department were to-day to  make an arrangement with the present mail  contractor whereby a weekly mail would be  -jvsMiired to us during the long, and weary  months of winter, that contract would reeeivs  the support ol every man in the Province and  the countenance of our representatives at Ottawa. In tbis district we would know how to  appreciate such -services. . Tbe- gentlemac  whose name ia favorably connected with the  obtaining of this g^eat necessity in this Province wVrhearn 'a-debt of gratitude which his  constituency will be slow to forget.*? Surely  an effort ought to be made to achieve a result  so desirable when viewed in relation' to the-  late vests of the whole conn try. We ha ve no  ���������doubt ibat the^present mail contractprs would;  perform the extra service for a moderate and;  reason able sum. If it be impossible during:  tbe .coming, winter; to,obtain a favorable re-j  ������ult in regard "io our Wants in tbis respect, wej  trust that our representativeaat the Dominions  seat, of Legislature will as regards the'future1  attend to out toteveate and achieve the* much  4mi red o.bjeat of < oibtftlalog fo r us a weekly  . uiail .service, A ���������''"  "'A ' ��������� '  DrsTiN'ouiSHKii I)sf ARTUtiBs.���������It is not every  day^that w������ have to chronicle the departure  6f two member* of Parliament and tbe acting  representatives of two Banking Institutions.  It seems, however, that notwithstanding all'  our efforts to induce the stay of the latter  gentlemen in this district their departure ia  {jertain. Unde^r these,circumstances, the least  thing we can do is to pay the Agents of the  Banking Institutions a fall* compliment, and  express tbe regretof AMhe whole community  that will Be experienced in consequence ot  their departure. Mr Eraser.' as Agent of tbe  Bank of British Columbia, has been most  popular, and the same fact may be stated of  Sir; Morris, (be Agent'pf the Bank of British  North America. Both Institutions have greut  reason to';fie pro ud of the abi lityi as we kn o w  the people ot Cariboo were pleased with the  urbanity, of their respective Agents.  Mrt Marcus Woi.fb, who has so al>ly repre-  Rented the (inn of Oppenheimer Brothers in  BnTkei*viUe for the past year, leaves hy the  next Ex-press. Mr Wolfe's departure will be  regretted by a bo^t Of friends.   We cannot  ; is no doubt of their being able to accomplish,  as they and the Vancouver co. have both  double action 12 inch pumps. There it, there*  fore, a fait chance of the lower end of LigtV  ning being prospected this winter, If the water  in the .creak only holds cut well enough to:  supply tbe necessary power to drive the.pow-  erful machinery with which the claims are  now supplied. The Gladstone ������o. have not  yet, but niiiv at any moment, break through  ibe rock with tlieir pec'ond drive.  *���������������������������-..-��������� -HaRVBV -CRBEt.   ..        ������������������  ������������������ The Foster eo. bave struck bed-rock at 54  feet, and found a good prospect ot coarse lead  gold. The Minnehaha co. continue their  drain, and expect to be on pay in ationt eight  days. The Oummioga.co. are Tunning up  stream and have, lost bed-rock; the; indications are more favorable. The Manitoba co.  are still drifting ahead. The Dominion co.  have got tbeir diggings pumped out and got  to the face, and were stopped In cbiiiequence  of the severe weather;' they expect to be on  pay in a few days. The Perseverance co. got  between 30 and 40 oz. last week, and large  pay is expected this one.  ANTLER CFtEKK.  The Eureka co. are now certain- tli at-ihe  deep'ground found by them is the main channel of Antler creek. The Nason an'vJ other  companies are prospecting.  ' ,  ��������������� ������-  y BX0 ar n &. 0o.7s ExpitEfls ������ r rl ved ab on 111  b/clock. on Sat\wday riigli t.;bringilie; ihe -mai 19r  ap ,exp,,<i?8��������� a nd the fol 16win <r. pas?e11gers :���������;  Mrs Michaels and son, and Win, McOH, for  B arke r v il le ; M isa Kate Parker, f or SI a n 1 ey.  The down Express left on Sun day morning,  wiih the mails and the following -passengers :  Robert Dexter, R; Young. Sam. Roberta, A,  Dick. Sam. Tompkins, and E. Pearson. ���������  Sax Juax Qurstion SKTTLBn.���������;Yesterday  the Lieutenant-Goyerner ree^ifed ojgcial  notification by telegraph,that the jfeajip^roT of  Germany bad decided that th������ Canal de Haro  shall be the water boundary between'British  Columbia and the United States, this in-  formation then clears up all douhto about the  ownership of San Juan,���������Victoria Standard,  Oct. 29.  ?W-5SWe  NEW ADVEBTJSEMENTS.  AT RICHFISLR ON WEDNESDAY LAST,  | m   0    0''f0^'W00^^X^0:  A L ApTS PL AINGOtiD W'BI)I)lNG)Elt!iG.  Th������ own er can have the same on proving property  nhrt^ paving cost of advertising. Apply at the Skx-  TrNitOOiee. nol6  S HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN" APPLICATION* WILL  bo made at the next SosKion of the PiirUnm^tii of  British Columbia for an Act to be<citfle<i The Williams  Creek Pre Hri e-adc Protection Act. fortiw purpose of  inflemnifyiaj? Members of ������aid Fire Company -nr\(\  Volunteers whom the Officers of said Company mav  oall upon to as^i^t them in the extinction of v lire, or  in the removal ot any erection, erli flee, or b iii hiin %  which it may reasonably l>e dcemeri expedient to re  but again regret the withdrawal of thisfam   move,  <iue r"^'*rd lx-inc had to the safety of tho ad.  from Cariboo���������tbeir names were *? familiar ns jacput property :  Provid������d atways, that in. the. de-  household words;" but hope that.tbe return of  u������:*������re prosperous times, which will uridoulit-  Wliy take place before long, will induce th-ym  io resume business here.  Is consequence of tb������ eloao of navigation  im ihe tippor Fraser. Barnard & Co/a Express  will not arrive "Alii 'Sunday **-������&,*(.  stme'hm or romoval ef prop*rty aforesaid the. inimu-  nities* hereinboaiw Riven nh\\[ not extend to any per-  Rrin who a hall act in *?uch romoval contrary or without  tbe order of the Captain, lstor 2d Lieutenant, or such  other OrnQf-vm mav be in command.  : On'hehatf of the Williams Creek Fire Brigade,  JOSEPH OBN^T, Captain.  GEOHOB'BVRNEP, 1st Lieut.  .   C. VAItiLAVOOTJK, 2d Lieut.  jukmiue, Xi,v;-i*,iMa    M note aw  'deck. Koon.  OWES' CUOLLY,  Srcrctary Pioneer Co. ���������  IiightniBg Creek, Kov. 8, 1172. nop  R. \ JAMES WICKHAM HOLDS MY  Power of Attorney> and is fully authori'zed to  Collect all Debts ������tue to me. All t{io-^ knowing  themselvefi to be in my debt, bir.'rither'Kfte or A������v;  count, will oieas������ make immediate payment to'my  Agent  P. MANRTTA.  BasfcervUle, Md O������tob������, Wil. oeSSttn  Miners' Saloon  JEFFRAY  AS JUST OPENED THIS SALOON at  thft'ohi and favorite stand of the Mle^w1 Store,  formerly kept'by Mr ?. Manet ta, wb'ete all comers  will be welcomed. .  The best of Wines, Liquors  and Cigars  AT    THE    BAR.  Barkerville, October'-21,' 1572. ecMtm  TOE  ELDORADO  O-old" Commissioner's  Notice.  ON AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OT  KOVEMBKKn^xtalt Claim*:in the Cariboo Dip.  trict may bo laid uvi-r till th������ Twentieth May, 1873,  subject to tho 9 th Section of the Gold Am end ment  Act, 1872.    . y.    ���������     v.,  It. M. BAU��������� ���������  '���������' Cold Commissioner.  RichfleJii, October 14, 1873. oct������ lm  Mail Contracts;  TSNDKRS ADDRESSED TO THE POST  I Mwirr G������-ner.ii, Victoria, and marked ������������������TYiVli.r  rer Muil ���������Service," will hi- n'ce.l.rcd at Victoria up to  12 o'clock no<������n on FKIOAY, tho* 6th day of il*c������-m-  ber lor the convyuiics ������������f Ht-r M**j������������ty������ii Uailt in  Rritiah Columbia' b������tvf*������n the following pi������cvr for  the wrm of FOUR YKARft' from the 1st of April n������xt:  Barkerville and iinrWy Creek ;  Barkerville and Yale ;  Burrard Inlet and Now Westminster j  Cache.Creek and Okanagan ; and  OkanaKan fttl(l Okanagau Miielou;  Clinton and Dog Creek;���������'���������';...'.  Clinton and Lillooet;  E������quimalt and Victoria ;.  Hope end?Kootenay ;���������������������������* -7\  Lytton and Nicola Lak������ ;  Metchosen and Victoria;  Omineca and Quesnelle;  Saanich and Victoria;  Sooke and Victoria.  Each Tender mufltbe aecomp*ni(������d by a Outran**',  !������icned by two responsible partiy^ un-leriukioK th-1  in the evut ol the Tender b- ing accept ed the s -rv|c#  shall he perform*d by tbo party teiiaerintf for tt<������  price demanded. ��������� .  Particulars in rej?ard to the Servieo nnd amount ������u  s-viUTiiV rqnlred, together with printed forms of Ten -  d.T and Gu*r.inw������\ may b������ nbtnin������d at the omces ������t  the Terniini of each route, or -at/ the Post Office* at  VMmUted Ne������ Waster,,,:, j^^^a  ���������'������������������':���������: Cldef V. 0, Inspenor.  Victoria, B.C., Ut September, 187'i. se'28 U  THE TTNDEBSIGNKD 'HAVING*; ASSO-  i ciated themselves for the purpose of carry ing on  the above inentiohe������l. Kstablisliment,- hope by strict  attention to the comfort of tlieir patrons to merit*  fair, share of public favyr. ���������'  will always be kept in the.best condition, and their  patrons- may rest assured that' none.but the beat  Wines, Liquors and Cigars will be furnished.  iriu'A spacious and comfortable room has just been  completed, suitable for Private Parties.  WH. W. POPT).  WM..U. JONES.  October 11, 187S, ������cl2 lm  THOMAS FLETCHEK wishes to infotm ,tho  people of Cariboo that he la prepared to  CAST   ALL  KINDS  WORK  OF   BRASS  B.C.,  HAS EECEIVED [A FINE LOT OF  Also, a good assortment, of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, CIGARS,  ��������� .yx   RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL/^Cm for Machinery  October 6,1872.  At the shortest bctico.  ^r BOXES kept on hand or cast to order.  Tlio Store i������ also supplied with a general assortment  of Goods,.which he intends to sell at a small profit.  ��������� Fletcher's Heating: Apparatus with Hot Air  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel and labor,  and lessens the danger of flre.   It is as well adapted  for Shaft-houses as ordinary building?, is cheap, and  is warranted to ?rlve entire satisfaction.  Ij*n Chance, Lightnirig Creelf, >  ��������� ..KCT������aborl*7lj57J. ������������������>    -   ���������- ���������  a     -���������^5  Rhenmati^ixii   Neuralgia,  B. CHIPP HAS IN STOCK and is constantly receiving  ENGLISH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,  ��������� ��������� - * And other Preparations.  TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS,  WRISTLETS. &c, &c.  ^* Teeth carefully Ex-  ���������$m* Pregcdptions aM Fwiij Becipes^*  ew rat-sly pr������  !sM4^yV?! .v,  707f00  wllil  kmmli^mx : /  i "t "'���������'���������  b.;  f*  OF  u'ent"  X.  3ST.  'rider  uptov  Ci'm-V  H.iti:  ������ for  mi:  intm%  K in-*  TVlc*  ������r .tli*.  tint of  ce* ������it  cat al  B,.- :  :tor.  ;8td  OF  in cry  s con-  J1NES,  ft  peaae*  **&  ���������SODA CREEK.  Soda Creek. Nov. 15��������� The Lane & KtifU  machinery baa not arrived. Barnard's Expresses flcpeeted this evening. ;-���������'.;  Soda Creek has; asf Iyer lead ^ excitement^  ���������Captain Bangh man', ot^hev|teainpr Victoria.  Carina di8cdv^red^ft/le6%enn^thi  'DiinieVyii ManifeVaW^ a new ita-  ^le;of large dimensions.;;   :���������*;������������������,;]���������;  ;i /.   ��������� 0..������������������������������������..; XALE.VJ   :. ,   v-1   ' ���������:  Yale; Nov. 15^ Private ad vices from* Vic-  Ion a report George Dieiz, of Moody, Dietz &  Nelson, as partially paralysedahd Iri "ally mg  state.-, ���������y-'x'AAyA-0\-;':A!'X77i. 707/i 7 -,. '���������[.'].  The Onward made several nnMiccPSsful at-  ternpte,t������}er<pfl--,|irtfff^ bar yesterday, and  was bmiged to felurn to 11 arrispni river. In  mil probability navigation is closed for this  ���������year, the water in the river being tery low.  The mails, express and passengers arrived  from the steamer io sauoe,- Weather moder������  VICTORIA.  Victoria, Nov. 12���������Tbe election for Mayor  <������f Victoria-came off yesterday, and resulted  In the return o( Mr McMillan/   '.   .'  Wm. Barton, working In the Newcastla  eeam. Nanaimo, was about firing ft blast,  ���������and finding that it did not Ignite.he wentto  it with a lamp, when it suddenly exploded;  drivwiar a piece of coal through .his..bead,  shattering an arm and both legs, lulling hiin  Instantly.       '������������������'������������������ '..--  ��������� UNITED STATES,., t.    .  San Francisco. Nov. .6- The.inspection into  the escape of  Brathereon, commenced  this  afternoon by the Couvnissiouers of the Board  of Supervisors.   Darwin, assistant Attorney,  ; lastified that, he heard:.District-.Attornev,.Miir.  ;phy warn Sheriff Adam? that the prisoner  '��������� ;,w '.onM try ;jt;o esc a pe. j Th*. She r iff, ���������treated th e  ma tie r 1 i fitful y, 1h n rt said . he. had tal ke d with  'Hiw aiid he. would not try tn'egeap**.   It ap-  y* *aved in pi o of t ha t Jural or Ivel 1 y tb Id A da in s  Ir* woiiVd tnisiliim^  :';..*.���������������' San Qucriiin. , ;.���������:,'...���������.:. 'Ax-'-,l ��������������������������� ������������������" -A  ���������     fVrtlund. On? iron,' Nov- fl ���������The ta tal nunv  Wv of .votes polled in;,Portland was 2390--  ^rr**nl*e/i"naj(>rtty,.-,7t*2������.-   Fourteen Votes were  ra* t for ��������� Ipjtfori n or.   Th e' St ate ��������� will give at  1 ������aal * 1000 1 uaj or il y fo r- G ran I.    '  %w Ynrk'.; N11v. /6 ���������Tlie f������ n era! o f Mrs;  f J-it'<? I vy t oo k pi ii ce tord ay ft otn D r.~ Ch a p i n !s  ���������church; Tl e coffin.plate was inscribed * Mary  *F i; C. G ree ley-r tli e se r v ices. .were: si in p 1 e;  mid lead by Dr.-Chapin. who delivered a  -������hnrt address on the virtues >ofvthe deceased  niid her pati-eiic* under suffer ing. The ''rpk  mains wer* 'taken to Greenwood for inter-  sue tit AyThe chief mriuruerji were Mr Greeley  , -an d ii ii"- two, daughters. The funeral was  .largely.aUended....-./; -.'i./AAi '/������������������ Ax  io hii Ro d ney. a ro ugh, k* eked M rs McTier -  c. ney tuis inorniag in a grocery, on Cherry  etreet. cansing fatal Injuries. Her son. in defending his mother, was fatal iy stabbed In. the  breast with a butcher knife by Rodney;  It is reported that the Western Union Telegraph Company has applied for an .injunction  restraining the working of all, opposition  lines in ihe United.States, claiming that the  operation of such lines under the present system ia a violation ot the patent improvements  which are claimed to be included in the Morse  system.  Washington/Nov. 2���������Mrs Lloyd, tried at  Leesburgh for poisoning her children, wa������  yesterday acquitted. She was charged with  giving them arsenic, but the evidence shows  that a physician had prescribed bismuth for  one of the children, while an analysis of the  |ftttertdpse^pro<l������p������<l arsenic; ahd^Jiows that  oismuth contains an amount of arsenic tqiial  to t .at which the mother of the child was  charged with giving as pure arsenic. The  evidence turned on this chemical fact,.and acquitted the mother much! to tne surprise; of  her prosecutors. Considerable commotion is  manifested by druggists and physicians and  ���������people generally at the discovery of arsenic  in bismuth, and Us use will probably be done  away with in medical practice.  Concord, Nov. 4���������An inquest is being held  on the body of Georgiana Lovering, the  young girl who now seems to have been  dragged into the woods, and then ravished  and murdered by Franklin D, Evans, her  ^reat uncle, who is 60 years of age. Evans is  iu custody.  New York, Nov. 2���������Thomas Donaboe, who  is supposed.to have shot.Florence Spannel  two yeara ago, was shot dead to night by John  Scannei, brother of Florence, in a saloon on  tfce1 corner of 28th and Brw8w*y.  * Wafibfngtbn, Kov, i^DispStcbes fto������ Be'r^  Hn and Prague note the appearonc? flf Cholera  la those pfe^as.  New York, Nov. 4���������The Onited Statea Jury  indicted Woodhull and Claflin to-day. aod  then presented a hearing before the United  States Court. Stepfeea Peafl Andrews has  also bfeeri arrested on a charge ot %efonj implicated with Wobdb iii I: In; the caseof Woodr  bujl and Cta6in today bench:waf^tey%e;  served .iipon 'them, and' Vail v flxeJt 'atr'$W8o,  each. In defanlt of jfiie ^anse,they were re-;  manded to the Ludlow street;jatli;to *waU:  trial;��������� ''J-~XyyX0A0y y.:xi77  Tbe ceremony; of^nnvelliniptlie,Scott statue  took place afrdetrtral Pertcthi^; ��������� ifternoon in  t he p resen ce ot a vas t nu ml) er of i spectat ors.  The preeent^ibnii^di,e8& was made by Richard Irv i n; aiid the n ccep tan ce spee ch by Con -]  (roller Green. William Cnlieu. Bryant tieliV-  ered the oration.  Cii m^;la*sd^, In��������� 1 an a, Nov. 4 AAO n Friday  night two.:freight trains collided on the Hnn-  ti ng ton railroad. The conductor and tb ree  others, were instantly.-kHCedj���������'aiid another mmr  tal|y..injv\red.-..:\.:^/..,.; ������������������y./7r r  New Ydrk/ Nov. 4^-Gen. Snermatt will mb-  mit no extended report oh thenmy tMs^^eiir.  Dnri ng the year; to come he may haye -sti op.-  p ortu ni ty to supply ; abnie IdeM plclted ������p  from observations m������de in foreign countries.  It is stated that bad health prevents -Chief  Justice Bax'om attending business. Unless he  improves he will take a trip to the Pacific  coast  Chicago, Nov, 4���������'WTnle tbe rite of baptism  was being performed in the Baptist ������bnrch,  Evanstown, yesterday, in presence of a large  congregation, a portion of the floor gav-e way,  precipitating half the assembly a distance of  14 feet to the ground. Strange to say. only  four .orlive people were hart, and but two of  them severely. ..*..���������  Sun Francisco, Nov. 4���������Sheriff Adams has  offered a rewardof $4eGG for the capture of  the Brotherton brothers, the forgers. It is  reported that Governor Booth wilt add $2000  to the amount, and that private parties will  increase it to $10,000, K. M. Lee, one of tbe  attorneys lor the Brotherton brothers, who  was indicted, for embracery .was delivered  i n to Jc ii s t bd y by on e o f his b ondsmen a nd sen t  to j ail, bo t, gave lie w i b on da and w as rel ease r I.  ���������iv Ne'w fHsfyjsn'^ NoV; 9^he horse disease*has  reiicbed its' wxiVst stag^C No cars>are -runniiig.  ' ah d: there 'is scarcely a;' ho rse o h th e. st reets.  Washington, Nov. 9VThe 1)o^e7.*d')Aease ia  abat i ngi:-?f;Horses are again seen on- the. thorough fares. ���������*"  New York, Nov. 9���������At the annual dinner  given by the:Meroautile.Library Association  last evening, Charles O'Connor delivered a  speech on the progress of the reform movement, in the metropolis, and concluded with  this sentiment: :".General Dix arid Francis  Kernan: endowed alike with integrity un*  qiiesUone^'-ftD^.-moya^rAbp^ are fit  rivals f or rf high atauon^ aiid? Ver trust 'they  have inaugurated a new era in political can-  dulacies,,      '���������~i.r#Ar. ,>���������        :A y  A VVashlngtbnspecial sayis Gen. Hancock,  being senior General in the United States service, is now being pushed by bis friends for  the .co.m.aiarid of ibe department i?pr the At-  1 miic, made vacant hy the d^ath of General  Meade. ��������� Xy7 ,::  San Francisco, Nov. 9���������Anthony Trolloppe  left San Francisco yesterday. The Brother*  t(> n :".fo rge rs w e re recap tu red an d s p nt to Sail  Quentin yesterday.   The Pacific Railway h  ns-gi  ;;, Tte> evatjuallbti otthe dojartmen*o? Kan?c|  Is slowly pfbceemng, 1  in, Nov. 5���������The Gowtnment bau ere-3  #r mucin's o-ulgh.  -lleftoTd^d Va tavor of Ab My, Xk  ated a number of new pe-RTS \o tecnire a ma-     Nov. 7  J������S^feS* Hwwe nf LoWi. ;It1siHkt*d Ging. Wine Glrrg, tfiTee hill bairns im right  ffiefe wUll)e sufficient time after the r������-open-j banlt of Perkln'rs giil-ch, wn the point, 'near t!>*  Ing pf ifts(Dew Diet to reconsider tfe vote on I month-ot ������*������^ -"^������������������i������ifc *^ix*������ it,rt wa;^^  tlie coiintry reform tnOtefore %hi\ weasara! bakery;  is again lotro^ttced by the Govemrafenl  defend the^carise -of the Churcli at Geiievo  again st the decree of the S w i as Govern men t j  forbjddKife.-tlVei::^mTse:v^^^lacppaj fiinc-  J tions /withih Bwiss. ��������� territx>ry by tbe recently  appointed Biahqp Mermiled.  ; IJpn db^VNo v:; i���������l)ispate h'es frnm; .Sheffield1  at iioohpto������iday.'''teptjtt TijStlnc :th������re: The  caiis*;oT:tne rlptinr;^ not reported, pemon-  sfratioris ������Vaihsf' closing of saloons dtiving  certain hours in Liverpool on Sunday were  renewed yesterdav.. At, one, placs a ���������erowd  numberhrg ren ". thoniifand; ifvblie; tieirrg addressed by speakers lii opposition; to tbe Act.  was dispersed by. tbe police... , ,  , (Hftrd Music }U% In XJkford ;������t*eet^ jws,  burned lasjk evening.  ... Paris., Nov.^4r-rFraMe;.wBl ^ay permany  thw w$At twi)A hiindr^r milltohi bT franee;  and will eontinue to make similar instalments  untllitbe end of tbe yeaT.^n.tbat ontbAti^t  of^rjannatr only two milliards of war indemnity will remain unpaid,   .  Ptrh. Nov." 4 ���������The reports wTiicli n>������t ap.  neared in the Ganlois, (bat flip German am-  bastadnr had demanded of Thiers a disavowal  of Geftsral I>uerot?s recent order of the day,  Is pronounced to "be untrue,  Str.Petefsbnn?b.f Nov. 2���������Later advices  from Khiva rerjort lhat the Khan has,built a  fort Mt bjorknll. whfre he will rests* the advance of fbe rCzn'r.'������ rroops. :He still*refuses  to surrender th-e ftnsslan prisoners: - ���������  London, Nnv. 1-r K dispatch from Pekln  announces,that th-8; Emperor of Chins wa������  married on the 1st of Oc'to^r,. Vneve was no  on^lde c^remonv other thnn a T>T,oo^s������ion  which, esoor^d the bride from bor residence  to the.Imperial paUce. ��������� ;..  TAondon* Noy. 4 -The el������������etirtn for member  of Parliament for Tjlvprton to nil th* vacancy  caused by the elevation of Hon. G^ri. Den-  mqn to tb** Judicial Peneb. is proceed\*<r to-  dav; "'-A dispatch from that town at. 1.30 this  afternoon savs the balloHinir w 'li^incr con  diicte^amidstv grent excitement. .Tigilance  rpTiimfiteea fia've beeri::formed by both par  ties to.watch the polls and see that no unfair  advantage-is taken. ; ;. .  galcK'.tyelbW the ChTnama**^*  ;. .WJWaUWS.'CnBKK.    ...    ������������������-���������.;.:���������  lOctrfber:..17^U*cor.fiert:-in: fav.ot.6T aMi Lot,  tbe:>vholfi''otHJIe^McLa-n^h.nti colfcohsiRtini  of; two^il^cWms^'alab^ 50 inches water, -ewi  of'Walker'S.gulch^re-reoord. .  : October 21^Sans; Francisco co.���������Rex������oroV^.  inr.fflVor:i*tf ^Apn ^ing^and Ah Fool:, 2hi1i  claims in the' old "Sim Francisco co,  Oct, 28r^<^ysalrscoSi|l������corded In favor  of DanvThomai; Lewis Morgan. a*id Williaisi  Rees, the w ho le of Abe Gbry sali 5 -co. ^ a r ft"-  record, .yyyr-.;;;.:, ..-,,,/.������������������.  :i ���������Oc'to'ber 28���������Recorded in Tayor of Xxocrrga  Atchison. Henry Calder. the whole of ,th*  California Tunnel co^;;re������record^ xry-       t  Nov. 6���������RecoPdedin favor ef Sam. Walker^  Jew. 0. taoring, John Pinfeertoti, M.Pinkertpn>  Wm. Brown,  and  Georgi������ Isaac, 6  cl a i ras, coesmen cin g * at  ���������fetabUs and  runnisg sp^������*re*m 600 feet to 1fee Oilier c������^  To be known as the tori ng cov iy,      ;  Nov^���������$)\\ler^ ���������ce>~r:Rccorded in TaWr r������t  G. W. Robinson 2 -interests, and George Trua-  mao 1 interest in tbe Oilkroo., consisting i*  all'of.400 feet-, re-record.  Nov. <6���������-Hairdy co.���������Recorded in faver x#  G. W. Robinson 2-5d������, and-Joseph Shaw l-'M  of the Hurdy co��������� consisting <of *-eO feet hitt  olaimyro record,  ../COSMJN GULCH.  <3^to%cr 19���������Recorded in favor of S. ;Ma1>  Vice,' ike whole of tbe Shelburne and 0niteM  Tunnel companies'<5nConlclin gulch, both  companies to be amalgamated and heacefortW;  known as the Shelburne.-co. A.  '���������'���������'������������������'   ���������''���������'��������� ������vcuts <3rn.cn. .      y':iAAy/Ay  October t^���������Wyoni'ing 00.���������Recorded \%  favor of Jacob Bea&cr, I fell interest k &*  Wyomiagco.^ re-record.  bkog's orr.-cH-.*; ���������.  October 23���������Recorded in favor, *ot. Cbt*  O'Nett,. Hugh E*?ly. Robt. Stevenson. Oliver  Cromwell, Joseph Pascoe.D. McKay, Henry  Goldstadt,N Jonathan Niitt, ^ creek claims on  Begg's gulch, comraeaciog about 400 feet .be-  iow the cabin and rwnaiwg'Ai^' stream ^800 tt-v  and . si tn ate about 2M0 -feet- above Antte^  creek.; .Di beknown as'tfre badger-co. .���������'  A.iyl lVTI-���������ft CRKKX. ���������   ��������� tyy:  Nov. i���������Recorded in favor of Geo.'AtlK^-  Kome. Nov. 2���������Dispatches from Turin r#>- son, the old Porter ditch ^ are������record.'  Quentin yesterday.   The Pacific Railway  making great preparations to prevent "a suow  blockade.'  EUROPEAN.  Dresden. Nov. 4���������The Golden Wedding of  the King and Queen of Saxony was celebrated here to-day with splendid ceremonies.  The occasion was made remarkable by the  presence of the Emperor and Empress and  Crown Prince of Germany, who Urns govc*  proof of the complete restoration of good feel-  ing between the German and Saxon Couns.  Madrid, Nov. 4���������Armed bands of Carlists  appeared on the frontier and stopped three  diligences, turned the passengers out, and  robbed and stripped them. Two persons  were wonnded���������an English passenger and the  postillion.  London, Nov. 5���������The Times says the reelection of President Grant will be eminently  satisfactory, and will defeat an audacious intrigue to secure control of the Government of  the United States. President Grant has not!  proved a perfect Chief Magistrate. He has  been guilty of extreme carelessness, aiid it. ts  hoped he will take a lesson from the development of the past six months. His errors  were errors of ignorance, but bis defence will  no longer bold good, and must be effaced.  The Civil services demands the appointment  to office of persons able to administer their  duties.  Paris. Nov. 5���������Henri Rochefort has been  permitted to come to Versailles to many the  dying mother of his children, in order to  legitimatize them.    When the- ceremony i4  ftmcltided he will retuVn' to peitfon,  noH thit there Is no" abatement of %he flood*  in Ihe river Po...... Tbon sap ds of men are erect-  in g bar rt er������ 1 o avrest f 11 r th er progrws ."pf- the  water. The dam<������re to property and crops  is bevond calculation. *-Io Ferrara alone 40001  pt������oplft sre bomelet. Assistance is beioc  rapidly forwarded1 triUm^ ali%oints to the enf-  r>rmgpepple._:        ^ [-A  Dresden. Nov. 9���������Sit;c^sea of cholera bave  appeared ijp to Sunday, Three pf thfin  proved fa U1...;'. A m on g ; them a re t wo Am erl  can���������������achildan d...������. y on ng .1������ d y,. .The pol ice  an t h ori ti es state th at,: th e^ A iseas* i������ ch olera  morbid.   The. first case came from Pesth.  Turin. Nov. 2���������The* Po continues to rise  and the I n u hd a Hon ; i*������ spread ina. Fam'i 1 ie*  are fl*eing.r Those who" cahnpt' escape are  statin jr. on tbe hr������xi^etopq.;and -trees.    The  Qtr^amsfli?|%filled wijh the carcases of. cattle  on$AifMwtt*' r\f h���������isr^s 'and barns. The top  of R^.Vjp, 14 miles1! from Modena, is almost  entirely7beneath��������� the Good.-/ " H :  ...^.- .-a-������������������������  *&#fr~    ������ ��������������� ���������   . Tnn Cariboo A^xtruu Dramatic Aasoci-  ATfov.���������The departure to-morrow of, three  a cii ve. ..members���������Messrs. I. Fisher,: J. S.  Thompson, and Marcus Wolfe���������will be a  serious loss to this Association,   The appear  Nov. 4���������Aberdeen co.���������Recorded in fayoe  of lames Insiea 2 in teres ts, A. McLennan Xk  interests, W. P. Smith,-Wm. :I������leweilytsv Wtfu  Owens and, John Bayie-f each 1 intej^t,^ A*.  McKensie, J ".iaj^^t^i^;^.^  reieeord.:: [^0^, 00y07Ar^Ar^"/  XAAyX u^kotamsm^x.i oi y  Nov.  \ Bnt^wt e$0It-s������6r^M * %  favor of the T^b Brothers 06., pVmisslo^  from the Gold Commissioner to remove their  south-west side line to the base ot tbe mountain, so as lo widen the claim, not to taterfera  with any existing rights.   X     y:lyAx"'-y0i ���������  ���������   i.6wHfis c^tcBK.. _ !:y7.  N0y, 9���������yictpriivco.-7-Recordcd in favor pf  J. H; Todd, 2. intei-ests p^i^vicusly;sold by bim  ro Thomas McGiasbanfby; deed be&riwg dam  the 23d day of September; 1872, and tor*  feifcod by the said Thomas McGlashan under  the terms and covenants of said deed. ���������-  ance on the boards of the two firs,t named  <r<jntlemen was always bailed with satisfac'ion  bv our play-goers, and Mr Marcus Woife, as  Manager, displayed great en������rgy in his efforts  to please the public *>nd make the institution  a success. The public, we are sure, will sin  cerely regret the departure of these gentlemen.  ���������0   ��������� CANAPUN' CUKEKv* ������������������'  Nov. 12���������-Clear Grit'eo.���������Recorded in fay or  of B. M, Conway and John Sbaw.eachSi in;  teresta; Geo, Ferguson, 2 interests ( als<������; in  favor of B, M... Conway, lHnWrests iu $M  compaiiy, A r   .-. ��������� y  ���������    ji ������������������������������->  ���������ni-  < iff)- m&Ef*  Cokvalescrnt.���������Walter Alexander,  was so seriously injured last summer while  working in tbe Cornish claim, and had one of  his legs amputated in consequence, ig1 now  eonv&lescent." An effort should be made to  procure bim on������of the minor situations which  tbe Government occasionrlly has at its; disposal ; and in case a vacancy ot this kind exists at present, we are sure our kind-hearted  Chief Commissioner willu^o his endeavors to  procure it for one who, in the prime of manhood, has been debarred by accident from  ever again earning.his bread by manual  tebor.  Mr Wm. Hotjsrman (better known as th������������������  Duke, of York) is building,a. new saloon and  restanrant on th*** wagon-road.' adjoining the  Vancouver Compaqy:s claim, bulow Van  Winkle.  Tek following passengers are booked for  the next down Express :���������Messrs, W. Ffaser,  I. Fisbert G. M. Morris, W. Murniy, -J...S.  Tlioiiipson, J.������.Bsr������3ton, Marcus Wolfe, and  Or. Foster.  County CoritT.���������Friday, Nov. 15-P. N^������;  felder vs. James Evins-Snit for Jlftr  Judgment by default for the amonot, whn  costs. Several other cases on tbe list. wer������  settled out of Court/  Close* of Navigation.���������^The upper Frsaer  river steamer Yictoria has gone iuto winter  quarters. , ....  AstELorK HKSTAnRANt.���������The prrceof board  at,this well-known restaurant has been r������r  duced from $14 to $12 per week.  Thk Raffi.k for a splendid double-barreled  shot gun takes' place at the Eldorado Club  Rooms tbis evening.  Tn������ Beo-Rock Drain*.- The work of reopening the Bed-Rook^ Drain will be commenced immediafely.''  ^Tute NriyAUit may be expected to avrWe  about Sunday week. X:  0y  l:<*   ���������'.  $������  _^_���������., . ���������,. N(Mo%.'ac.^' ":0i0m^.m^^^0M',^yy__  -'The Registration of  nOiTTQ^y^A  >^UBLIC NOTICE: fs'herbhy  'Jl? xi(Ut.theijst tlayot 'September next, all Births,  l>efcths anil AlarrJ ages wi th la tbe Province of British  ���������Gbldmbla are to he Registeredunder the provisions;of  ��������������� TheR^istratiob of'Births, Deaths and Marriages  Act; 1S?V? flt th������' omce Pf the'District Registrar of  .: tho Dis trict ^hpremxtheTSame respecti vely shu 11 take  J)lac?j 'ati'd wi tU|^Vtlie; times folio wi bg^: that Is to say:  BOT'HSi^itWnm <\ a to- thereof.   ; 7,  DEATHS���������WitViii30Ma>'s after: interment*  JJt KRti.iAGE^^AVitli 1 ii:.'fjtf clays from the nlate thereof.  Eve'ry^ Family/ .Clergyman,  .Pliys|ci^^or^qther p<*r?oo or! pefwms,1 Teqiiired by the  ia I d Act to report "QI rtiis, Deaths and Ma mages, who  o, wlthiu;tho,times  j.Jialtyfor'eich and  vef DlpjlHrs'or.moro  than Twenty ������oll-vrSj to'be recovered *with������������������ ciMts-bc-  fare: aby;Jastiiie of..the; Peaceb swing j urisji IctionM- Ithin  'thovlocalfty where ;ony. such offenco..*Uriconimitted  against: tlio^salcl'Act: ' 0X 'X0y*'X:. Ala* Xle  ^0? . ���������^.rBjfSffliillW , im.y00* -0y.  XX* ' 0XrX I- '. .- ������f'*;HvJiBK W;^AlB3tf'A3f-r������tJ������-: "  1 ������-'v> . -��������� 'v_i * - >ji-fJ' ."-(:���������- 07 i($H /'i^^tfistrar Geaeral. .f.?  loadRegistry.QfllfcajwV;:"fc ������;>r W'.w*-J-rrf ^'^  _   AHg.:3ivlS7i ?vW i, liy00xl0M^x  "x:x '  .������������������yy ':. Houaao?AssxMBLYf^dAugust;<]S72.u/.<  totraot ftbm'I^e^relaliye to1 Private Bill's.  ��������� ^60lf AHvapplibatlbnsfor Private Bills; properly tlie1  iu bject:;6f(. -legislationlbylthe 'legislative rAfesembly- of  Britian Columbia,'within the puryiew.pf ^TheBritish  Kortli America Act* 1667^������ whether for the��������� erectionvbf  a Bridge, the making: of avR,iilroa(.l^TurnplkeRoac^ or  /Telegraph Line; tUc construction or iinprovement-qf a  ' ji]irhor; CanaI,lyick.vDain !or SIitic, or other liko.vvoTk-;  1) io 'gran ting'of a -right ��������� o f'Ferry; vfc h e Ihcorporatioirof  any particular trado or .calling, ior. of any ��������� Joiht'������Stocic  , -= " - %tfj 0xxr xr-. X ;���������:<.       "*:; -'? ���������   X IX  ^5a113M^  Bejri'-.to 1 aform their ffieada and the pub' lfrthat t hey  have take^n [the .yrellk-qown' premiseS,; in^Bfirl^eiyiUe.  so'Jong favo'rah \y patronised, while In' the. occiipa lion  of Mr K Cuuio. *'y/��������� -s0'-.'  ^i;0 * ";-  ; ; '  ��������� 7[  *^/$$^  will h o raaniiracturedlandjrtoldjbyil^oje^        Re-  constantly kept pn-band, ty.4i, ,: yy > (,i4,^ j^ ,;, v f,  ���������-sir ; "0 \-"-��������� r 4i-i /' .1 ��������� - ��������� - -. ��������� f v' V- ��������� s:;'>v.:t';.''' ���������"'" fs J '! <  ��������� "������������������ m     '    ���������   ii ������������������������������������-I.   ���������--      ���������     ..- -r ' mi'���������'���������������, j. m    "' ii������-;   :       ";"i    .:. .^     ���������   ���������        ���������   -. ������������������;..= i      ���������   ���������     ���������..���������������������������      ��������� :...... j.     '"^  iXA%:iXA!0%i07  fA\0Ai-.0-.0 0i  l������xj'XA-0 yx.  fij;i';0';^A ^oa-j-j-.  L''m  .���������'"'  "k   w|itf.belialvrAys! ca'refully, lattende^tp; a*o4fcth,ebest  B'etls:. liri'd . acccimui6(laiion prbvlJed:,Tor������ their' -cus*  'tomers.'^'        " ; y'm^ixr^'y mm^^m^  which in its op era t^on would ^affect;, the righ t or prop ���������  fitly,,.of other partie.% or relate to^any^purticujar class  ������f the coiiimuiiity; or forimakingxiiiy^arn^itnehtof a  iike.jniituxe .to^aiiy tbrmdr Act?^sha!l ;requira a^Notice)  an u m, on e -ue wspaper pu oi is ii.eu l n (kiu e u isinct ai  'fect'ed^or if there be no newspaper puhlisbedtbersio,.  ihen in a newspaper-ia^the^^vnext'/'Ueai^i^distnc^'��������� tn  ���������flfblch]a newspaper i3 nublishcUi r, *   -l Ayy y \, ;Ully )  y j^?f��������� Such- notice"slia 11 be^nHuue.d in each, easefer  A period of atvleaat six weeksi during' thp;intervalpf.  time between the .&&&_ of th^'riekt-pre^din^SesMbn  ^anCthe consideration of tlie p9titio.h.������tMr c y:iZ0'Vi  ,. 61. 'Before. any ^Petition praying, for leay������ j to bring  ���������Inii Privatet Bill for the erection:op'. a; Toll- Bridge is  ::preaented.to'therllouse/ the perSbWpr;persons 'inteh'd-  ing to pot-itiob forAuclvBillfibRll^^upon giving the no-.;  itica' prescribed in. the prece^ftig Rule, also at the same '<  . :tltnb^nil.^ii:t.hft^^ m������;maunefj :gi ve "nbiicoir bt.their-ites  which they ..intend to ask, .the, ca^teiJJ^5pfr^tho.-pyivitegjoi,  Ihe heid hi. of the * arches,^ tlie jiiterjriir b etween *tlui  gtfiitmeiitsjbr)piers for the passage Of fafu'or vesnejg,:  Vand ''mSAtiqiiing^e^heUitfr'ihey 'intend ^to^ erect %}  ���������".ariwhridge or uott andMhei^^di.raeiisiV(nsV<>f the aauiet ���������  '"'���������' ���������   ���������:"'.'.-; 0y.X:lx.yy .UflHA^L^^OplKV^-1 '������������������'  ni' .* -: A "  ;:C!������rk -if 'ine"Legisla'tlve Assembly.'  -^p  Itsmaining An Jbe Barker^iMp.I'oat Office;on  .isV^Noyeniber,.1 -ISZ?.[,lyiV^esXcaMhig: tor  Jotters lin rthe; following; jist,; will- plea8e.^aa!j:  :ior^dve,rtisedyLettersr;f >y\ ^yl7 yyxyyyy  t&ngOveAWiihu 00$leKjeiffle*-.Si������ x0h i  Burkholder, W S '.:%lJonald...Al^S;i^  Barker, Wm.   ..... McLeaji, Howard  tr0iiiin, John (Regiatd) McDoiignlv Roderick  ^tever^WmA: ��������� '-;   Jliller, John���������/'70 -  Dick, 'Archibald Pendrayv Wm^T y- A<  '"porb'es,- F W     ^      j? hiker ton; Johni y Al  Q \ o ver j A h tho ny D  Po tier, T h o ni'as'  'G'ninoV David  Hilt6n,^I ;��������� :."���������������������������"  Jones, Daniel  Jones. V/ IX  Jones,.W-T..  Johnson, Aaron  K'lncky, Win (2)  foyaaii^*.   '  Lam ere, Wm  Lynch, P  Richards; Mathew (2)'  Bo ber tson Dav id  Sheldon Mary (4)  Spruce Geo .,,,  Sampson John:  Segars;' B'-  Sariders, -Win  Scott, James  Swaim, Andrew :  Wyatfe. C V  ^yKy:^f0^^:J^^in>^  yy.AX'v.������./';���������?' ^ yy:':. ',^Y'f>. *ifrr'X-!-'s':;- /y-: xry.  *ts0mxi 0*}. 0!A X0i ������'~xl��������� :i-A.Vi''"-n--\r^fiht%'..  ' :A.:N:D::BA^K^'E'ft-Yx.-:  ������' A'.   t\f *        >*isa'.v   (-      j. ixxXl.-.'^'xy-Ax:  ^���������la)OTAD^AND:VfiL^A���������kNOWH S^BLlSEMHiyT  Jl j ;, is .always; supplied, with ii the 4beat ;of f everything  that can-4bo;procured i a 'Cariboo.-'���������..'���������-* * -Ay J  % -y%^ ���������!*  Single[Meals  -:*l \:.r L'.VX-  xr^' *"}V0X���������;,;*.-��������� ������������������  ,,?",=.*,,.^^r, ,,-<���������?  "-i���������">���������������������������/���������.*   'i������j    !V*v'.-*i'V'      /-I'tu'���������.;";''* . i'-'   .'���������'.".���������   ; . ''&#���������;<;���������������'  A,superior ar.ticle to any which can he had Croin no-  Vo\%vi?baHe/.i an:fl!fiirp'ou'd oh'the prenilses from0tlie  'beHt'selecteu he^lio*i,;and, warranted free frnm-adul  e*<<kri.on.. ������';':���������������������", v  hx-       "���������'��������� -'y ��������� ������������������  ���������.���������* :���������������������������--.'��������������������������� -  joiKi-Ay���������.,,.....-; ,:..,;.        :;j.-.q.:GoonspN'..:;  fvicLane, John L S (2) Worhain. Harry ,  Mattice, Stephen B Williams, Johu, Wnii.  Morris, Frank . .Will 1 anas, Jobn B '  fA'., .;'..;'���������-."'" ; JOHN BOWRON,  no2 Postmaater.  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS INJ  GENERAL   MERCHANT I ZE,  Having purchased the House and Stock of  Messrs.Gppenlieimer, Bros.  ' Together with'  UlEPROOF  nEG TO aVNN-OUKCK THATTHbY HAVKRRMOVBD  l> ,to Hie spacious premises formerly known as tie  St.. Georgo Saloon, whew' they will be at all times  preparodjto funiiah "������������������"'  BOARD;   AND   vM E A L S  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  The   BAR   *   furnished  fJQUORS and CIGARS.  withj the, finest WINES  Board,  - $14:*per Weefe  ,. j    ,..    . olT 8m ,    .-0  ���������-   ���������. -0 X-  ASIA  G-eneral Agency."  ISlIli  ^a^-ConSignm-enta from belo?y  'Mife&f+.  W^CEasiTEa^S^J,BiE< '��������� e-AUGE  0 "<0 r>cc la re cllVy Coniioi sBeur^to l>a "    ;  '; ?  '    '" '' THE  !ONLT   GOOD ' ^AtXCE,'  ;":  ; Caution;a'gainst,Fraiid.~The su'eces's of tfc!*:  most delicious and unrivalled Condiment';havine-  caused, oerta In dealers to applythe name.of ^Worces-;  tcrsliirft SaiicoM to theirrowri Ini'erior componhils, tho  public-is h ere hy informed tha t tiit-'only way io pro-,  cure.thegenujnc^is^i);/, ,i7:y.y ry.,A-yrAi. ���������:<,���������'��������������������������� A:y  JLSK iFOKnXEAv:;& ^ ^E3lIliNS':  SAtJCE  a nd to see that th o i r nam e s are "* u pbn the wrAvpek  txBKiiSiaToypBBJa^h'd'SofTLEi':.'AX. ;Ay.0 "?> .*���������'-"*:,  ^ Sp;m ofio.i >lie,f orejgn:-.\nutr:k^t-ajb^yiii si ���������b.oensuppiied.  wit fi !a���������s Rurioiis ^Vpfcestefsh i reSa'u ce, u pbiiVtii e -wrap:  pff'and HiheVB ofiw'h ieli tlie^^ names' ofLeaand Perrihs  hjp;Vell)eeri;;forged^;Ii.-arid P^lgive no'ticelhattheV  hay;e. >tuf nishe^U :t h ei rxorrespondent s: wi th power; pi  atJorj)e;y;;to,takednstant��������� pr.oceodings��������� against; v\sv:.  *S>J^L-1^.:!-...'.-���������:._:���������  :.^iy*.   '   ������������������':���������.  .-..  _V,.-.'    \mpp..  <   __.;   ... .  ... see  - Name v piV' "Wrappe r, L abe 1, Bottleifv and  -;Stopper.i; ���������' v yy t ���������;;  ,.. v ���������   ^ v: - ��������� j..-. y '' , ��������� ���������  ���������*Wf|01 esaJp: an a j for e xpor thy-1 h c Propri e tpra, .Wot .  cest^;Cro6^an'tBI'^ky^il ;    ,  n^'6r6c:ers'an'Sbi)miin.iu^'ive-re^ 0. y^r'A'-A  tmMm&  ir., Tq make, room lor Spritsg>Goods,;  Rh������y uadersigned-vbegs ;to inform tho Miners  yxi: y \;    ..jof Cariboo that he is  * - ���������:  SELLINGiSAT: CO&'Xi  The following class of I'Gnods,/ especlftlly! se  Ix'.-l.-. '.iectedfor'-Miiiers^: ',        ,1  Ji  ocksi  n-M ���������&���������&��������� ���������(ry r:% xt A&".:$00JWt<$'w  Go.ats,. Vests,,' Sants^  And a.Very Fine class of  Wife  ^r-i ������ ������  i������*3  S  A fine selection pi*  Ladies' BOOTS & SHOES  A; fine assortment of J  G-eiiiiine Meersdiaum and  Briar-root Pipes.  ^* Call and examine prices.,.������^   The  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAP lor Cash.  I   BarkerTllle, May 1T������  W:  m  . y;:y-.y%<vx'?f*  The FLORENCE is thebest Sewing  Machine for Family use, because it  *o seldom gets out of order.  If th������ro  jienie^Sot working wslijn:; ';.  ; V   'CALIFORNiA,   :  !'      -OREGON, ',*,  ��������� "   ;;  WASHINGTON TERRITQRYii^  i7 ywfiDkyi ��������� A A:Ayy0):AA-<  '   IDAHO,    v   -, .:   ' X7'-A^,07  A^:0klkiU00y7xAy-\  7'/MEX\OQlx7/0'-7  *y.ySWAttt/^0 V '-���������7-ix/-:Ay~>���������  Or; e|iNA, If informed,of,ii,l,will  ^x :ItVwithdut^ dny expense tor the  ,;������wner.v-'v.''  . "ir-: t ������'* -v.-  i\.   vXy-v  IJoijl&^OAitgomery: Street, Southi  fiRAND HOTEL BUII^IM,?  ^   'A  -;-.::gah^^xh6iscbypAvA ���������  ���������  ?end (pi Circulari an-d;sarnplesef  Ai i'thfiyy.b.r-ki: Abtivja A gents Ttw anted Jn vy  - every place. '���������'���������/'''   '   A'i-'A.  BIMIRD'S .IXP'RESS  ,vv:.-v;;;;;.v:stages::::v::^:::::  gaii?  IJnder tern porn ry arran ge me n t ��������� tor cony ey-  :/..'...-/"[. an ce of the [ Mai Is from  Cache Creek to Okanagan.  The undersigned has placed a line of Paasen*  --���������,: per Stages, on^lho;   .;  Riinning in close ,connection with the St xgea  from Yale to Barkerville/ ;' AA'^i i'-Ayy  ��������� Persons yisitingllie Okanap^an District will  find this by fur the most convenient mode of  travel.' '"������������������'>; ''���������   y^- ' ���������������������������';   XK-~-    ��������� ;^-v:-':i=  j^** Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednes-  rlay m orn i ngs nti 0 orc 1 ock,;. and wi 11 ; retu rn  the fo 11 o vvin g wee k i n li tne to con n ec t with  the1 Stages going North and South.  A GENERAL EXPRESS BDSIHESS;  Will be transacted over tho route.   Freight ^  curled,    parcels  delivered.    Commissions  executed.   Collections made.  au24 2m F. J. BARNARD * CO.  RE nropnWrl to furnish 'Lumber at thelrJjMllls,  William Creok, or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK,:  Havinira.P!an!ng|Machino in operation they will  also furnish  st satisfactory rates..


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