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 Hi  10  ���������lift  :bm-  :y  XA  -0  'Ax  0  00  mm  &m  yoi.;i2.  I Barkerville^ William Creek,, B.C., Saturday, Npvemte  aSTo.4  THE .$ MIBOO SP^INEL  Published every Saturday by   iy  RO BE It T     H O L LOW AY.  Subscription, ��������� -   -   50 Cents per Week.  BATES OF ADVERTISING.  For one square (one inch), first insertion,  ..������ li. one month;  -  For two squares, first insertion,     ���������   ���������   \  1 }}...       one month, ������������������   ���������   ���������   ������������������.-:-'���������':  $3  5  5  Agents for tbe *��������� Cariboo Sentinel.'?.;  Van Winkle,-.  Quesnclmouth,    .  Soda Creek,*     -' *  Clin ton,  ��������� ��������� *;  -  Yale,       -       - ���������    ���������  New Westminster,  Victoria,   -  Bu.ta fc Co.,  Mr J.W. Lindhart     %  BarnsirtPsExpres*?  Barnard's Express  Barnard *s. Express^  do do      \  John Murray .  ..     -       John Col lens  San- Francisco  ' BEAN- &  CO., ���������;- \  ��������� PACIFIC CO AST ADVERTISING AGENCY,  410 Montgomery Btreet, y      "yir  ��������� ���������'.i ~...  Are onr authorized Agents in San Francisco.  :.���������       ���������             . - * * '...-������������������'.,' :r+ y ���������.  -am, ���������.   u...    .    ���������^Lrz=str..-v:rr^- - -4,::: ; ��������� ��������� .:- ��������� ���������" ~-?r:��������� ^ .  ' -A 1 ���������'��������� '��������� rilfi. CARIBOO SENTINEL"  JOB -PRINTING -OFFICE.:  Card*. Circular*. Posters and Programmes for  B v 11 s a n d If h ea tri c al Entertai n men ts <? \ ;���������5  /aB^Execiitetj with neatness and diBpatch.^^^  * Te rrh a mod era t e; X-. y  ."*���������        -'     *'      ���������     '��������������� 1 ��������������������������� ��������� .'.   1    i.'i������������������i 1   i  '"���������������' ���������ji.ih."mug"  . 'ENGLISH EMIGRANTS.  The American press speak of the great increase of immigration to that country from  Great Britain we evidenced by the late official  returns received at the Bureau of Statistics  for ih'o quarter ending June 30th, 1871. The  ���������olal numbed* of immigrants' arrived at the  port of New York during this time was 107.-  : 114, and of this number no less than 22.857.  Tvere from the island ol. Great Britain. This  n umber Is' ab out the same as fro m Irel an d,  an cl h ear 1 y th ree-fon rib s of the g reat G e rm a n  vvinflux. [ The Americans;- are. not inclined tp:  7 imputethis important increase to any growing  p ressu re of - u n fa vo r ab 1 e co n di ti o ns at ho me,  as they readily, admit that the prospects .-'-of  thellab 6 r i rig cl ass there were ne v er more encouraging. Tbey consider it an indication  that o I & prejudices, against the United States  aredisappearing, arid a better knowledge of  the country and its opportunities is being circulated. And of course ihe^ find good:reasons  to trace this as the reswft of tbe negotiation  of the great treaty of amity which has lately  . been concluded between the United States  aud Great Britain.  While on the subject we desire to refer to  the matter as connected with our own Dominion.   We have conversed with a gentleman who has just returned from an extensive  trip through England, and from him we learn  a confirmation of what has been so frequently,  related, and which, in our opinion, reflects  unfavorably upon the emigration policy of  our Government.   This gentleman assures us  that  everywhere he found tbe most unaccountable* ignorance prevailing  ns to  the  nature of this country and the social condition.  of the people.   Many would ask him whether  -the English language was used by the masses,  and whether they were civUiasad enough to  make life secure in their midst.  They had no  other idea but that Canada was a howling  ���������Wilderness, with a -scattared population- of.  Indians and half-breeds, and perhaps an occasional white man squatted as a speculator.  2'iiey could talkglibly enough about tiic^rcat  inducements to emigrants in the United States,  but knew little or nothing of what our Do-.  minion offered.  Why is this? Cannot some scheme be  adopted for disseminating information among  the English peasantry which will answer the  purpose we desire? Thus far our agents and  their directors have accomplished but little,  and among the great mass of English laborers to-day Canada, with her almost inexhaustible resources, is comparatively unknown.���������  [Canadian paper. v>  THE NEW IRISH LEADER���������ISAAC BUTT,  THE COMING DANIEL Q'CONNELL.  Justin McCarthy writes to. the New York  Mail of. the man who is now distinguishing  himself as the great advocate in Great Britain  of the Fenian prisoners and the leader of the  Irish liberals:  ^ : Long years ago, when most of us were  Iboys, Butt distinguished himself as an opponent of 'O'Cbnnell's.   He was a professor of  political economy and a lawyer.   Then he  > suddenly flashed into a.geiuine renown as  the, defender of Thomas Francis Meagher, in  th% Irish State trials of twenty-three years  a^o^Theh. and;since.then,I beard bim often,  and IUhink, allowing for all defects arising  from^an impulsive and irregular nature, an  exuberant-physique, be was one of the most  eloquent and persuasive speakers I bave ever  heardr.. He,, had a magnificent voice, none  this7'wane for its rich depth of sonorous Irish  accent, and the flashing eyes that reminded  you of the-descriptions of Robert Brims.  He  was anything but a handsome man ;  bis face  looked like that of a negro���������blanched;   but  his eyes, his* voice and his powerful frame  lent bim dignity and something like grandeur.   I think in his best days he must have  somewhat resembled Mirabeau,   He was at  tbis time, although he defended the Irish prisoners, a Tory and a Protectionist.   He was  taken up by tbe English Protectionists and  became a pet orator at their great meetings.  Through this interest he entered the House of  Commons as the representative of an English  Tory  borbugby    Gradually  he "renounced  Toryism and������ became a Liberal;   But meanwhile be. was falling fast) intovvruin^  He lost  his practice at the bar, because no one could  trust liim to keep his engagements.  Tie became renowned in London as a gambler, a  spendthrift, a scapegrace of. every kind.   I  sh ri nk from say i ng to wh at dep th s of d egr a-  dation sank this richly giited, generous man.  At last he d isap p ear ed fro m Par 1 i am en t and  from society*   He was past the prime of life,  and every one regarded him as gone forever.  But after some years he turned up again, resumed the practice of his profession in Dublin, and was said to have put aside wholly  the error���������not of youth, but of well matured  years.   He became the most conspicuous advocate of the Fenian prisoners, and, unlike  most very eloquent pleaders, Butt is a profound and wily lawyer, as well as a persua-  si ve, powerful orator. He soon recovered his  forfeited popularity, and has, I believe, well  ;nigh regained his place in society, if he goes  into Parliament again, and becomes the leader  of the .Irish Nationalist party there, he will  lend to that party a force and a subtlety  which it now badly wants.   Setting aside  Gladstone and John Bright, of course, I know  b f n o ra an am on g the Engl ish Li b er al s to be  compared for eloquence and capacity with  big. fervid Isaac Butt.   If he really does set  out in a new career, every one will wish him  well.   The man never. I think, had an enemy.  even.araohg the creditors whom he neglected  and the "cabmen whose fares he sometimes  would not pay.   After all, he still has time to  make a name, for, although he was a distinguished man five-and-tbirty years ago, he is  not sixty years old now.   He began life soon  and Iived many lives.. Perhaps he will find  his real career now at last  MISCELLANEOUS;  To the Electors of Cariboo  * and Lillooet.   :>  Gentlemen,  ��������� . In pursuance of the terms of  Union you will'shortly be called on to elect  a member iroro our joint Districts to represent  you in the House pf Commons of .Canada.  For this position I now oiler myself as a candidate, ''and should you do me the honor of  returning me as your Representative I shall,  to the best of my ability, Btrive to prove that  your confidence has not been misplaced. *  If elected I shall use my best'eii'deavorB .to  promote the interests of our * Province ro far  as they can be affected bjvFederal Legislation, and above all to expedite the grand  bond of Union���������the Trans-continental Rail-  road. '"���������    --^ ' /[ xyyi .. ' vr: ;.'.'  With reference to;general political matters,  I can only say at present that if honored by  your, suffrages, I shall go-to the House of Commons, untrammelled- by. party: 'obligations,'  save tbat&bball consider it my duty, and the  duty of every member from this Province, to;  lend.a cheerlul support to the Ministry to  wbom:,weVowe.our new. birth and political  enfranchisement. ,. ;������������������.!  .        I have the honor to be, ' 7- ���������' '  ..:;.;���������;.-  : Gentlemen, ' ^"-'?-:- ''i0::'0:y'''.' A  . Your obedient servant;- *���������-.  ... - J, SPENCER THOMPSON.  Barkerville, Sept 9,1871. ';'"> y/  ^E:W---GOO-D:S:1i  UST REGEIYED  AT     RENNIE S  A large supply of  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S  BOOTS   SH0ES_MD  SUPPERS.  . Jfe^ New Goods will be received every  week duriug the season, ^ggtf  !   BOOTST^  Clptliing   and G-roceries,  ;  OF THE BEST QUALITY^  ;  Forsale attheStoreo'f tho imdersignedIn Barker  ville,oppositethe BankoI*British Columbia.  :. A ������������������������������������:"������������������" .���������   .w; rennie. w  jel7  as usual  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  WAKE.UP-:JAitE  RESTAURANT  ii  . ���������:��������� ���������  iAND^^^E^lT  THIS OLD AND WELI^KKOWN* E^TABLTSHKENT  . is abvays supplied with vtho best of everythiutf  that,can bo procured iu Cariboo. . .     y-:  Board, - - $14 per Week.  Single Meials; .-v-.t>-; $1.  ������������������*!���������.-..'.������������������ .      ::.TlicCelebrated ���������/-.,; -.'   '������������������,'  FRESH :VGROJLWb;   COFFEE,  A superior nrticlo to any which can be had from he  ^ow, Roastedand Ground on tho premises.trom the,  best selected'henies^ and warranted free from adul-  tcratiou.*     ���������'        , -/.--.    i-    -'<-.''!;  jel7 ��������� ;     J. G, GOODSON  ^  MASON   &   DALY  T) EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE REMOVE*  ) to the Kpacious premises formerly khowhaH the  St. -Goorgo Sttloon, where they will bo at all timea  prepared lo furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  JOF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  Tho   BAR       furnished with th������ fittest WINES,  LIQUORS aud CIGAl^S.  Board,  Jcl7 6tn  per  ,/:. '.PMD.OLA,''.  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION! STORAGE.  G-roceries, Provisions and  Liquors.  DEPOT     FOR  J.  J.   ROBERTSON  EGS TO ANNOUNCE .THAT. HE HAS OPENED A  uiy20  'g,  OUR    ENVELOPES  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  12 1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100.  Our Agents nt way plac������* use all dllij-euee ia seeing  th*t letters are promptly for warded to palm* boyom4  t������e r^guW itra^e reRb������a.  1������. A  AT STANLEY, - y LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Table will ahvays be f?upj������Hod with tho berst  articles that can bo got In Cariboo, and the Bar with  tho  Finest Wines,   Liquors  and Cigars.  Stanley (Mouth Last Clmnoo Creek,) "I  April 205 1871. J  ap22  5  Store Street'(between Herald and Fisgan  .VICTORIA, B.C?  ANDREW ASTRICO, -   ���������   ���������   ���������   -   -   PROPRIE1  The most commodious awl elenn Hotel in Vick  It is conducted on the European principle, Tho i  is supplied with tho very-best the market a fiord*  Jluals at all hours of the day.   Private Di-  Rooms lor Families. .- ;   ,.-        .  Board and JjOdging per week, $5 50 <nd V  Per da\v SL   Single mealH^537^ cents.  Hed?  &$r Fire prooi .Sale In the Hoirse. rayf.  i j(������-J a������RW:FW TRK CARIBOO SENTINEL  Ar SATURDAY. NOV. 25. 1871.  ELECTION RETURNS.  '���������'���������. Messrs. Ball an tine and Davie, the deputy  ���������^turning officers for TIarvey and Keithley  <rrelc, reached Barkerville on Sunday night  -after a very Tafijruing trip, a lanre quantity  ������>f fresh snow having fallen, Whicb rendered  'travelling ery difficult. Of the 18 voters  registered,. lti being all who were in the  division on election day cume to tbe polls*  The result was as follows:���������Harvey creek-  Hunter,'16 ; Walkem, 15; Thompson, 13;  Booth. 3 ; Evans, 0.  The retirnw from the 350 mile house, the  ipolltng place for the Williams Lake poilinpr  ^ivlsiotii were received this week. There  were only'four voteVs present out of the  seven regisfere-4 for thft division, and the vote  ���������stood :���������Walkem, 4 ; Thompson, 4 ; Hunter.  3 ; Booth, 0 ; Evans, 0. .'���������--..-,*. .  .-.���������The reUiroe from all the polling divisions  except Omineca are now complete, and the  ���������cumbers stand as follows:  Walkem,1-    -      -      -   ���������" ���������  Hunter,       *     .-.    ..-���������  ������������������     Booth,    ;    ���������*"���������������������������.������������������ ' -L yy.0yl  Thompson, -   .  .-'    ';.-";   ' -  EIran's,        "���������'"" -    . y  ?24.  155  154  129  107  :- ^rROMOMrNECA-^SUFKrtRlNO OX THE WlY.���������  .A large .number of .returned miners from  Omineca have arrived atQuesnelrnonth with  in the last few days.'"T.'.Hutchinson has goi  .. .down, with lSYm,4tU*9 out of a train of .86, and  ���������other packers had lost a great many animals.  '..As it was known that .a nu-mber oi men were  ������������������*m the way down short of provisions, the citizens of Quesnelmouili raised a subscription.  ���������tthd Mr D. Robertson, who bad recently, arrived from above, volunteered (o go out wilh  a party, of Indi&na 1 oadod Ayith food.   They  iraveUed: 60 miles 'on the road, supplying  ���������quite anurnUer of men whom.they met with  ���������much needed articles;   One poof feiVow-r-an  Italian���������was* met almost exhausted.   On Mi  Robertson's  giving   him   some   bread .and |  ���������cheese he burst into tears, and pulling a* one  'hundred dellar.bill out of his pocket offered  .it .to.bis. benefactor, who in all probability  had sand hta life.. Some of ibe provision**  ^vere tied to a tree with a notice, and on re- j  turning to Qnesn el month  the  Indians were  neat out on an other-errand of mercy.   A lar^e  number of men took passage.in Shep's larg<-  ���������'boat at Fort St. ������������������ James,  but the Aioat \yan  ^caught  in  the ice   near   Fort  St.  Qeorcre.  Messrs. Barlow, Duhlevy.Sylvester,and u few  ���������oth������ra. reached Qn'estirlinoutli  in  a   canoe  .after much difficulty .having-; been obliged t������������  ��������� -make a jiood;i������ahy; ���������p'rirf.iigo?.*- *:' The; remain ing' j  passengers were '��������������� IVnilding rafts. A .canoe  -vi th pro vision* had been sent up the river to  ttheirrelief;.' A:.y. .  James Anderson, well'known as the ..author  . o f ��������� ��������� V Saw 11 ey'������: i jette rs ?*f a nd other p o e ti c a 1 effusions, ;invokes 'the ifuso; of Ca rib oo today  ��������� tfor the; last limje, ond;hjds farewej 1 'to his o Id  rhso c i a tes.   M r An de wo n has been a -rim d en i  , .of Garibop 'ifor the ���������!list :f iprb-t years. during*  whiclrthne he ba? won the esteem of many  friends, a fid we are certain lias made no ene  .mies.   Fortune, we are sorry to.say, has not  ��������� smiled on him; -and. weary of wooing: her  ���������embraces in the search for cold, he now re.  imnis lo"his. old Scottish home, twl������ere a fond  wife"and family have lonjj;been mourning his  absence.   He was one of the original mem*  . .be rs o f" th e A in a ten r Dra mafic A sao ci a t io n.  .nnd by his vocal talents tendered much as-  ���������ftistance at their performances, his songs be  [ }i ngi&i ways much aft m i red.   Of, I ate, % o we ver,  ���������being located on Lightning creek, the public  " have not been gratified by. his presence on  the stage,' " Sawney7** Letters.'7 we observe.  furnish 4be suHknee of. the last letter pub-  llsbed in the AHn California from their travel  ling correspondent after his I rip to Cariboo, a  large number.of quotations being given and  the talents of the author highly extolled.���������  Sawney, good-by!   We have passed many  ^pleasant hoars .together, and shall miss you  4erei    Aiid if, as we hope, hotter luck awaits  you in your native land, your friends iu Carl- j  iioo will be happy .to hear of youx welfare  MXldyfmX'.W*.  TBLKGiUPHrc.���������rt be telegraph line is so ut-  t Tly disorganized that we can get fno news  reports. The line Is always down somewhere,  and by the time It gets fixed at-one,place  down it goes in another. A few messages get  through eocasionally. but taking it all in all  the whole affair is a wretched humbug. Why  doe? not the Canadian Government have it  put in OTder at once? It would then not only  be of service to the community; but a considerable source of revenue, while in fUvpresent  condition ii roust as a matter of con rso entail  a constant heavy expense, besides being practically nothing but a mockery. We have just  learned by mail that Mr R. B. McMicking has  been appointed Superintendent of the line  from Swinomish to Barkerville, and that tbe  oew.Snpermtendent will probably make Yale  his headquarters. We hope he* will make  some improvement in the present stale of  affairs.:  Moras Steam Ex������ixe?.���������Lowhee creek will  soon have more, than its share of steam machinery at work. The Victoria, en. this week  purchased the donkey engine from the Lane  & Kurtz co-, and the Black Bull bo. purchased  theextra*ehgine of Meacham & Nason's raw  mill, as their own engine.; which they brought  f;-om San Francisco, will' n'H; reach Cariboo  ti 11 spring. -Both lhe above companies will  shortly, get their-inachinery started,.an<1;tbey  will Ihwi be.able to hoist*.all ;winter instead  of; ,waj ting: fo r six m on I hs fo r ^y a ter to tun  ; h e i r w bee t s. . The f ac t is t: o \v be co in i ti <r ap -  parent that a. vast saving might have been  made by many of the deep claims had they  a do p ted steam po wor 1 o ng, ago, and we n n ti  cipate that next season .will see it much more  extensively,i������ operation.  v; S'rrij; tu kt <; o.���������Th e nu m ber o f p nspengers  leaving Cariboo this winter by stage ts.macl.i  greater than, has been the <ca.se forsei-erul  years.; The cheap fares compared wnh former  seasons probably induces more persons retake / a ti'.i p d u.r 1 ng: the wj n I e r: t h an wo u 1 d  otherwise be the case. By Barnard's ex pies'*  yesterday.a number of onr oJd residenlsleft.  M r Jo h'n Bruce, w ho in te n d a, web el i e v e. ep;  rablishing-hiniseif in .business in Victoria :  M r F. IBiipso t vn et t e n ii������] St r Ja in es A in rat. w ho  are going to Canaoa ; Mr James .AiideMon.  w ho i^ pit t o��������� ��������� his oI'd * h o in e iri Sce'stl tin d ; an cl  Mr Tfiaac Oppenbeimer, on a tuiiiv  Tii-fi -Wk;atk en d iiri ng the earl y ,*p art o f th e  week was mild, with snow and a little rain.  During the last few days atgreat deal of snow  has fallen, and it is now much deeper than  hsual:at this-period of the vear. Sleiahinir*  when the express came up,' extended as far  as the sevenry-iuiie post in the green timber,  and TT the Ia!o tall has continued down the  road i t is prol >ab' e- th at froni rt is ion there  wij 1 1 >e siofghing al 1.��������� th������ way vto Yii 1 e.������������������': -The  road.iii;thi^ yicinstyi. isi. now;;,k<������avv,��������� but; it'  ui u c h mo re sn o w d oes n ot fal 1 t he -Traffic: wi II  soon put it in good order. Yesterday the i n-  dications were that colder weather would set  mxy-A_ ��������� ,:     ." :y//  -:;:"Firi-B at Yai.e-��������� A fire hastafcen place ai  Yale liy* which six houses were consumed.���������  No par ti c ii 1 ars 'ha ye been rece\ved;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  THEATRE_ROYAL.  mm mwim sight of tie  SON.  Saturday Eve'g, ."Roy. 25,  ���������THE CARIBOO   AMATEURS  Wil!,give(a performance for the .  BENEFIT  OF THE FIRE  BRIGADE.  Overture,'    -      - ���������. . -    .- -    -       Band.  '."   Followed by the laughable Farce of  ���������FIVE'POUNDS''  v    ...:,.       :     ..BE WARD!,  Mr Benjamin Bosllewaight���������Mr J. S. Thompson. . ..'..:��������� f  Dr. Sweet berry���������Mr Corner Johns. f  Mr Sorrodaile���������Mr H. McDeruioU. -.-:   \  De-nnts���������J!r Frank IVrret.  :Mis Bosllewaight���������Florence Wilson.: *       ;  MISCELLANEOUS.  Stoves and Tinware.  Overture,   -"���������  '-::' -      Band.-' -i  Sohjr, -    . -   ;   --.;  Mv Jas. McArthur.!,  Recitation,. ...    - .......   ,   iU'll. McDermott.! ���������'.  Song, y, ..; -t ;*'���������';���������-;    ', Airs/A. iCeliy.i;:  : (who lias Idhdiy v6hVnteei:ed.) *'. I  Recitation (Comic),   -      Mr Cr. Jolms. jf>  Song,     ���������-:-'-'���������-'���������  ..-.-.-. :   Mr Wm, Frase'r.  OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.  A full assortraeni of  TINWARE  of geed tuality, comprising:  French 'Coffee-.'"Pots   and  .Saucepans,  Block Tin Teapots & Wash.  Bowls,  la addition, we hare  CLOTHES-WRINGERS,  .    AT LOW FIGURES.  JEST CALL AND SEE. jgrf  JMag Wi)ll supplied with Sheet Iron from  Nos. 27  to Id, we arc grvp'trecl to tu������k��������� to oiulcr huih Pimm  anil Uriiamsnoi! sjiovc?, ������t prico.f to Kuii the times  , .*S*P*; Wixurs nail others \vjfl fimilv to tht-ir &o van*  lage-topurchase h gooil irticlo.*^^    ���������  N.B.^ABytliini; iu-ih������ liuo ruu������ie es ordered, with  neuiHens and. dis-p.iici. -      '��������� '  SANDERSON rKARCY/"  oc7.2m (l>,r John Bibby.)  A  ��������� Doors open at 7.30* perforroancB to Commence at.8 u:c)ocU precisely. it"'' y  Adnns9ion.$l; 'Ues^rved s>������ts; $1 f>0.  ��������� .Tickets can be-obtained 1 rom ihe:Cpziimit:  tee of the Fire.Brigade. ���������.������������������-..������������������..M-  A   Chance!  ���������Yanwinkle -  LiGHtisiiwa cbIek.  N'^V ADVERTISEMRNT.;.  ;     NOTICE  URTVa   THR   ABSFIXCS   OP*    J.������A.AC   OT'PF.V  HfCLMKR I'rem Buria-rvf-Ilv, SUKCL'S ���������'���������W0LKK  tio"irt>i om lull Pwvverof AtLrirni'v  OePKNHKJMEtt BKOie.  Barfcenilk*, Kovr, 23, W7L no23 01 .  PuMic^T'Otice,  'raEn78TlC ARE UKUKBYCArtTruNRDngatnst  1 purch.'isiiiir ������<r othcrwis:������ tn-fuinK n-r the par-  chnseof that BRUM?ii!, AND ROAD Ifliulin/^ *lln']vUi1  oo������i ������n on 1 y k no wm ��������� is I) ,\ $ I r ls ON V, a c ra? h t h o Que*?'  nr] RirVr, a.-? I hsivoa claim a������?iin^t tin; F>ijd Brjd/ff  tndKOAd, hiring tlu'pirrtia-r of .Ujo said D-iuielsou in  the eriisctiim thereof.  ���������. . DAVIT) ROB������.  ��������� ft new cdinoti th, Octo h cr 28, 3871. ii 618 1 m  N OT IC������.  Bm 2*0 ACQUAINT TH.K PUOITJC THAT I HATE  risposfid of the jiromtses ocMipied hy M(������ ui I5iir-  kerv!lie, lojjfe h'.��������� r with my. hit������nst ia *thc l>uHness  horsxufnre-cerrirr! ou as a Ciirpt'nfcW nnd C(������ntr'iar.or  te Mr JAMES ELDER, for whom I would solicit aeon'  Uritie&C'tt of the patronage 1 imm r^cived,  A!9 p'irtie?! indebted to me .'iro rcqucxtcd to settle  before 20th.���������Noycorher,' nod any nnrti"R hevin/r clifniP  against me will pica bo preseat them hofore that dMo.  ��������� .  ���������       ��������� , ' ' JOHS BKtJCR.  litft bwirooor. 1E7.1, iiidi  "iriXERS.A.ND TBADEBS will find ttto't'hfir ad-.  rfl vk'nlag o to p u rob'as.e a t th i s S tor*, wlierfc there ..is  A MBGS [ 1SS0ETISNT OF GOODS  of the very 1>est desxnpli<������3 on hand, ������nd .'the Block  constantly repleoish'eH by new arrivals.' Tbeproprie-  ���������;:tbr;\vill se^Kioous ��������� .  AS  CHEAP   AS  Aisrir IK   CARIBOO.  Orders promptly filled and fwwajried with dispatch.  :    J. W.UNDIIARD.  Lumber.!-.-. Ltismber!  ARE-'prepared to furnish Lumber at their. Mi Ha,  .  ."William^reek, or dc 1 iv4r it to ordery -"  ; LUMBER DELIVEREDiON LIGHTNING.  CKEEiv AT THE SAM&iRATKS AS ON  WILLIAM;,CHE.EK. i: : l:f0:MA..,l:  KaviBjr a Planing Machine 'ia *peratian: they will  also furaish" .���������;; ������������������'."������������������   ���������}���������'-'   A-y- ���������'   'A.  DRESSED  at mtl-ffaetoiy wtes.  a  sell  0  ASI>  General" Agency.  aplfilf*  JAMES   WJCKHAM,  ' Barkerville.  igin  r EOS   TO   INFOEM  HKIt   FRIENDS   AXJ)  THK  >   public that she has lea*od tho well known house  formerly occupied by Mr A. Kelly.  THE   BEDROOMS  Are furnished in the moat coin fort ftble style, and the  Bar supplied with the hmt Wtnon, L\q}iorn end  Q&m . ������boH  PARTIES   PREPARING    FOR   WINTER  :   WILL   SAVE   MONEY!,  ; ,. By Cllliuj ������lith������ '-  Se^oond-hand   Stofe,  .   WHere they will tiud a fiac assartuent of  -Tinware Sl Stoves,  '. -A) ������������������"���������'  " ���������- . ���������     ��������� Also,��������� : ' !:  MINERS' & CARPENTER'S TOOLS.  ly' ZINC:LEAD PIPls,  SHEET IRON (Al! faii'tw).  ^TOVl^POLLSU,  REVOLVERS; GUNS,  BALLS,   OAl'S, MIOT,  POWDER, POWDER FLASKS,  SHOT RAGS,  DOOR LOCKS. PADLOCKS,  ...        BASTARD AM ILL SAW FILES  And other articles too numerous to mention,  FORCE   PUMPS   nnd   BEKR   MACHINES  put up and warranted.  PST   STOVES   MADE TO   ORDSR   al  moderate price*.  ���������;> Repairing of Metali done aa usual.������������������������������������.  THOS.  FLETCHER,  Bark������rr!ll<#.  V^n Volken'burg:li & Co  ARKEFLVILLE;  RiCHFIELD;  ���������Asd-  A SUPPLY OF'TUB  BEST QU4LITY OF FRESH MEATS  ALWAV8 0K HAKn.  CARIBOO ELECTION.  1M0HF1KI.D I'OLLIXO  DIVISION".  FLOUR, FL0UE, FL0U11  SODA CREEK,  QUESNELLE, W  BABKERVILLS  ���������  m  Wm  m  il  &**������  ?, $AW%!k  d00Klm0y0y0 mst.  BBS  to  SE2raSS5S(fflJBan������fl3a2SS*H*S������  m  ���������  tv-4-<a  ;-. :m  mm  .v.;..V>v������J.  THE CARIBOO SEyTiyEL  ~~~~~- Saturday" soy^sFuu.'.*  PASSENGERS.  I CAXADU.V CREEK,  I "--Clear Grit Co.���������Nov. 20���������Recorded in favor  oi B. M. Conway; John Saaw, each- three nnd  one-third interests; George Ferguson, two  Interests; J. D. Trele'vin, one aud one-third  interest.   Re-record.  By Rarnard's .Express, arrived Nor. 21.  From Yale���������Mrs 1-ethhridge, to Soda creek ;  Mrs Hide and -daiiffhier,. to; Beaver pa*s.  From Blue Tent���������Mr McCormirk. lo Van-  wtnkJe. From Soda creek���������Or F. Trevor, to  Qiiesheimouth.. From Alexandria���������S. Robertson, lo Queshelmoiith. E. Bell, to Bark'er-  ville. From Qucsnelmoulh���������Jas. Christie, to  BarkerviUe. . i    .     '  Down���������By  Barnard ?a.', Ex press, left Nov.  24 ���������Messrs, John Bruce. James. Amin.F. Bis  eonnerte, James Anderson, I. ��������� Oppenheimer,  .for.Yale. ..,':'   ��������� ,-,/:. *��������� .',r > -* ' ���������'   ' .' [ ���������  By .Gerow & John.son's Express,, arrived  Nov. 2.4���������From iY^te^G/.G'r^4nV.!::Fri)m Qiiei-  c e lm o ii th ���������Tho ui sis Hi i ten i naoii i - B. L< Su i 1 i-  vaui Di RoDeHson^^M^CrttaHhe;:;;: AA ������������������".;  mm  LOWHtiK CREEK.  Dnn co.���������Nor. 22���������Recorded in favor of  J. S. Thompson, Wm, Davis. 2 hill, claims on  east pide, commencing til upper line of f frown  en. and running up stream along Victoria  co.'s side line.   ..  8L0CG!** C&KEK.  Bendisro co.���������Nov. 23���������Recorded in favor  of J. S. Thompson. M. Hi 11 on. N. Gurney, C.  in the present form in order to compel de  fendant td complete his bargain, as other wise  plain tilt', who had paid a portion of the pur-  cbane money, could not obtain a tille. The  present defense had been set up merely as a  siililerfhare to get out of the sale.  The Gold Commissioner decided that defendant sliould be ordered to execute a bill of  sale. Plainlilf bad taken possession of (he  claim, paid part of the purchase, worked  there lor seven days, but without a written  transfer he could recover no dividends if any  accrued, ami he ww therefore right, in bringing this action to procure soch a document.  ��������� Plaintiffs.comisel having drawn out a bill  of sale handed it to defendant, who excUimed.  Vajlluncour, \V. Pntmere., AJ. Carnthets, j VV. I '" What the diviPB the useP but was stopped  Stephenson, f. R. Puttiillo. JohnSiaterVE.il. by the.Clerk <if theCoiirt.  Kimball, A, Emerson, A. Bilsland. Gluts, Hen-  dric ka, J i di n M c Lea11   Augus MeP hemon, < 15  creek ci aims on' Slough; vCreek,' ;;co mnien c i r ������g  abont'iotTfe^  running up stream^ .-*l[/y'   Ay/ y.A'-xy. ''��������������������������� -������������������ A.  MINING COURT.,  MINING IN^LLlGENCE.  ���������.- "''?Ay:;- ���������" ��������� !'-H ������������������ llyr\iAii^vnmKy *'"������������������   r'i. 7*.,.. ���������' y:\  .. D ii ri n g t h e p a st we e It, tlier e; has been aim 6s fc  a suspension of miuin^voperatiohs owing to  the fi rst hard frost of the > seasp n;.c The clai ink  a re. nti wej er,; .getUng - ifpy]w' tu'k.' a gain. : The  :: Forest Rose' co. 'star ted* th ia[���������wee^,their; ditch;  1) e i i i g n o vv 1 We 11 p ro t eoted'-A wil hi v sn o \v%.': T lie  Ballarat co.; are prepitnng ";tp^wash:Underi  ? grpiind| ami ^-.number:^1 the: ^tber ^aiuis{are  ���������v:a.t; wo" rk.. A\ yAyiyyy'iiy 7. y Ay ''-.-yy rAyLy i'-r?  I^VV^^^ :x:-'AylA'i'y  The; Fl ume co. h a ye been wasbing a little  ��������������������������� du'rii)g;:the:;miid;?days7this;f ^rpek0/:\  : A Ay. y.': 0i^lmK-ppz)^00i yXAy 71-li  07T jj e Iii nctf f> ii] I arid -Vieton a corn pan jesj are  get ti n g f} he. i r^fjearn ^tna ch i ne ry ; read y.: T lie  'ilr*'iwn-?cp'.V'ftre get!ing siViaIPp;iy 10'their tun-  .vvlyrAVh^i. vRysseU ;coV:.i-are preparing-jo drift  i"ro iii''. the tkee where, they stopped pipingi; Cr  y,Xxlxx00i.y7\iHHiT^^^���������liSKk. -yy::.... .A'���������',  i ;The Sontl^WaU'S^o. have:not: been';���������wash-  . li hg A'h) hcc������ >������in t^; 'ri f ^:too>; in ii c li - waier :co miiig:  '���������: fi ���������'* ? m i li e wo r k e*d ��������� d ig s*_i tigs'r-p f A th e;' "TM g j lining  <*' y.-i T) te". L j g hip j n g; are j Juj we ver,������ bo n t p u vnp-.  .*".���������***!? ���������^|.*hH,'i^'R!,R^,'Mttk":^-^*lr^������ i-TbeYiciprfe  <}(>.' h t ye'"been.n 1>Iigt*d. tovia ke ��������� oiifc,their;p u mp  jio  fixyiiix .Tti������iyyipv$0fo  ������������������iUiwi li��������������������������� i weveiv re.a<Vyi':\q. >>i������rt' puinpirig again)  Hn.wuyeriXXxXAxXiXSAA^yiyXi A'.".    .:70  'XA- ^A^-JiK-ia^s  Tbe TwiVSl^  ������-*iek itito. ihe cna'������nel-.and "finding'-gobd pros-  wished;, bntdefehdaht'never came.-"'"Xy.A  !;;Ci.O,NeiilrSKorh���������Waspresen,t;wbenDpw:  dell agreed to sell half his claim -to plaintiff  for $300 ;   $50 dne;tV>r wages.was lobe .at*  [Befor������ H. M. Ball, . Esq,, Cfold Commissioner.]yy  A A '.       * -. ;     .'  Tobbday, Nov. 21,1871.  V; S. Br;MATTiGK>vs::F.,Doiv;i>Kix^S11it to bom>;  pel d efend ant to exec11 te a: bi 11 6r" sa 1 ui6i[ li u 1 f  a niining claim on Con li f I'ri U guleb,-or pay  $100, due defendant lor .wages, and $200  .damages.;./' ,    \  ���������,  .  ,  '     ;: , ��������� 0 '  , S. B. Mattice; sworn.7-^About 12 or 13 days  ago bought ba If of. f)o\vd������l I's claim for $3110;  Dowdeli owed me $50 for wages, which I  turned in- as part payment; and; lagsinir to  cheajh6unt;Of ������15, a  wort li about $25 tor ttseiOfctaintv^ there was  11 o u n de ratain d i n g a bo ti t "���������"'. w he t h eri they' were.  tovbe charged fo iv or not ; * worked jn^the claim  seyeri- day ftsihcie ;'."��������� defend an t: di^l vnot give, n::  bill ot sale,at the time, of purchase, as he slUd  he wished- a friend 61 his own to draw' it out:  h e h a s si 11 c e; re fused to g i v e on e.; t h e h a I an c e  of the-purchaae momy was lo be paid tor out  of the go 1 d ta ken I ro nv-1 he half in terest, allowing plaintiff $15 per week.      ���������.  v()n cross-examinalum by Mr Park, counsel  f 0 r de fen da n t, plat at iff d en led that be h ad  ever told- defend an t' that he w ould thro w u p  the claim ; had merely said that he couid;get  $6 per;day oil Litrhtning creek; ������    ;  i ,'P. McCrtbe -i teb tided that -.about nr.rfncl night/  ago Dow doll told him he ; bad sold- hull his'  claim,.and asked him to'draw a bill of sale);  con I'd." riot, be certain -about t he terms ;y ber  lieresi^was^either $200 or S300. but paid no  p a r ti gu lar atteit ti 0 ii; *��������� to Id de fen d a ii U to -co m e  10 his cabin.and he woiMd write vvliatiwer^he  :pec 1 s.������������������;���������*Tlie Firat Cha 1 ice.c6. are d0ing well.  ,.; :;^siy^u okkkiv..y,/\.i"ly y.  A c<*mpany]pis;.been.; f0hiied  tovf>ro������pep1 j  this- ereek. w hi ch is:geh'era 11V: su p p osbrI 16 be  lowed, and plaint iff was to* -receive .S15.. per  j week, the; bit la nee coming to his share going  1.be,o ritfiual outlet I rom Jack of plubs to Wil- j to Ward paying tlie; purchase money;: heard  .^??v'.'W*.-'fj :,v---'    some talk about lagging, but that waa not ar-  ..A'i ;:.FSJK>^KV-G*fiKKK;r- -"���������''  Ttw/,vAinbros^ ^00^*: eoniilnue' Sinking the  iblintl shafts their tu mi&\7       :  ranged by the parLiea in; his presence ;   the  M.VIIVKY "ORKKS:.  Last day  that  the parties  worked together,  i)owd������11; c 1 eaned lip the durnp-box ;  5iii11ice  j3 eked, ii pa p iece ,of go Id anid t Hi'e W it iu ihi'i  m,    _r.      ,   .������������������ pan. au(l then went to attend toother work  Tn* M-inneliaha co. have at last got into ihe, ^for*.the cleaning up  was iiuished ;   Dow-  - cba u se 1 jmid ex pec t good pa y ;���������  MINING RECORDS.  . ...  .WlLLrAM.CRKKK,, :  Di 11 e r co, ��������� No vy 20���������Ree or f) ed in" fj 1 v.o r 0 f  G. W. Robinson, 2interests ; Geo. Trueniau,  1 interest.   Re-record.: ���������  Ayi' licjUtxik!} grbrk.''"'  Clark and Costello co.���������Nov. 15���������Recordedts  ���������in favor of J. J. Rnbe'rtaon, Gpo. Byrnep, M.  Connolly, J. IL Todd. Wm. Darison, J. C.  McMillan, six hill claims on right bank; commencing at the back of P. Manetta's store  and runninp: down stream along line ol Clark  and Costello co.. to be held in trust for and  form p-irt of same. ;  N 0 v .17���������RtVco rd ed i n f ji r o r o f Er n est So-  phranis, Thomas Armstrong,*200 leet, rttnninsr  Jtp stream from A. Guillolean's claim ami base  line of South Wales co.    ���������  KACira  OREKK,  Walkem co.-Nov. 20���������Recorded in favor  of J. S. Thompson, Robt. Greigt Thon. Bell,:  Defendant's.counsel asked* lime to peruse  .the bill of, sa 1 e; and a ter 111 of 24 h(iuva>was  alio wed for that purpose; an injunction being  iss u ed \\ b p re y e n i d ef en d au t w b rk i tig th e  cUini during that time. V,  v -07 77 ^7kP^s������at,: Nov.; 22.- -A  \ The: parties to tho^abdve; suit; haying:':iip-  pearefl in Coiirt,; Mr Park4 prod it ced a .bill o j  sale which he had drawn out biinself and ao%  vised his client to sign;5but the latter had re-^  lused to. do so,; and; be siijrgesled^ lb a t - the  :Court-shoulillofdera:traiisl������"������;���������.t<) be; niade in  the record books ami not (miiisli Jus- client {or  contempt. ' i i v i 17 '.[-. ' 7. .7.... ��������� ��������� '- A IAf  The Commissioner askeds Dowdeli if ^ he  would? igrf ��������� ihe d ocu ment, b u t h e; po si ti ve I y  declined to do so, laughing, and oppareatly  thinkingjtwasagood joke^ ���������,������������������.,, v> : " ������������������ \  iy Mr Walkem then :moved;that defendant b^  committed under ;tlie 147th pectipii of the'  Aiming L;iw; which pr ofidesv that any person  willulfy:relustng lo:x>bey anyv lawfullOrderof  the Gold'Commissioner shall on being ;6iim^  inai ily, conyicied be; liable to a fine -not ex-  ceediiig S250. or to' ah impris^utnent hot exceeding three months , ~\ ' ' ]  ��������� Tb ei' Go Id Co rn ui issio n er acco rd in gl y 'fien-  tenced defeudautto three uionths^im prison-;  ment. ;.       v.: t   '.    T    v . -'.?(. ' v ,   ���������  ���������    ���������, ' *. -J-  Befendant���������''responded, "Thank ye!7thauk  yeV ' ���������.Xy\y;0y0Xty   r . ,',>  ; Editor SKXTrNKt/^Would ; you be '.kind,  enoujrh to intonii sme .what the duties of it  Pnst-masfer: are in such .iv p^ace as thi3.isr  what hours he' is: 'supposed to "'keepi and>  whether he can Jclose. the mat I without having  preyiously;given notice ? Myrcasoirfor asking is, that at 10-o'clock a.m.ion Friday. 17th'  No v em ber. a le tier was banded to \ the Post-  in asler here two 110lira befpre the dowh mail  arrived f ro ni Will in ra creek, ah d was rel used^  tlie answer being that it was top late...  "������������������: By'answering this ybti' will oblige. 'Axil [  x .yy :iYoi\rn,iSte:0A.:- "��������� 000AyM^tnkkAy7  A -Vanwinkle,' iZovAM-AAAA-i ^v'4; AyAry 77 - Ay  [We hare ho means -of ^asceftninirig'-what  the ihsiructious are under which 'the Post-  mast er at Va������ win k 1 e is aci i n gl 11 or whether  h e 11 as a n y r������g UI a r ho urs ass igned fo r k e e p-  i tig h i s 0 (Bee ope ti. Tu e ji r a 61 i ce at B arke r-  'villa is to post a notice on the office window.^  b tat J n g the li our a t w b i c litb e m ail w ill c lo s e  ���������Ei>: SJcsT 1 Nisi <}  del 1 con ti niied c leaning ti p ; w i tuess pi c k ed  up a piece of gold ,011 laide the box, and asked  Dowdeli how it oame there* ���������.'.'..������   '  5. Dowdeli testified that he hiretr plitiritiu  f o r ������������������$ S' per da y ; .-* at te r w a r ds ag re ed to se IJ  him' ��������� h a-S f an i n te res t; ga vh ?i 6 b i 11 0 f sale; a  fe w d ay s after wa rd s. p i a i ti tiff, said he wot 11 d  The Writs Hut tuk:.1-Iousk:0?. Coswoxa.���������-  The Canadian mails were' by some, carelessness lefvbehind in San Francisco instead, of  co id ing by- tb e I as t ��������� tri p 0 f th e P ri n ce Al 1 red,  so that a further delay  in the elections be-  give up the claim and go to Lightning, buche comes inevitable.- A telegram from Victoria  continued to work, for four or live days more ;  only 45 lagging, w0rth S2 25, htive yeI been  used ; the last day lhafc Mattice worked wil-  ne><s told him he would clean up the durrip-  box after dinner; plaintiff 'came and stood 0u  the platlorm while witness run the box down ;  plain tiff afterwards got into the box aiid felt  with his hand for strong pieces, and then  went to cut a set of limbers ; . O'Neill afterwards picked up a bpeeis Oi gold on the platform; have since refitee'd to give a bill of  sale, but tendered plain 1 iff #50 lor wages.  FAREWELL!  Cold Cariboo, farewell! - .-  I write it with a sad and heavy heart:  Yoirve treated me so roughly that 1 feel,  JTis hard to part.  ?Twas all I asked of thee, . : ,  One handful ol thy plenteous golden grain;  Had'st thou but yielded, I'd have sung ^ Farewell !!;    X 7   x  And home again.  But, time on time, defeat I ;.. f    .  Ah, cold and cruel, callous Cariboo I  Have eight years' honest persevering toil  No more of you1'   v  Ah well, then since Jlts so���������  Since Fale bath will!d 1 should no longer  ��������� ���������,..- here���������'     r- . ; ,-. ���������.  I e 'e[vi s u b mi fc, Wh \ 10; d is appb i n tmeh t starU  ," ^Tbe:hiddetrtean ������������������*; "vT.AxAa  But'still I'll picture theia y y0Xyyy0yyy:.  As some d.e������r loved -one iii; the' days eohe by,  A nd thin k wbat might haye;beeu>; tUL (keain-  ���������    _ ���������: laud-., brings , ,      a '���������   ' ���������������������������:., - ,["'. A\- A:  -y   a ��������� The sbothing sigh.: ;'   .;  Farewell 1 a fond farewell .,   ,   0.  To villi thy frfttt'&itil^,^  ^N 0 oi lierv 1 an d Jh a tb v, hear;ts ^more% arm ih a a  .ty    thine, -   s   .,-;.'       y ���������    ', j  , 1.    -f ,   '  . m v,    v:'     Nor friends moro true. ^., _  A,    ,    A  y     X '. SlWNBT.  '  ;'2fthNoyember;i87i.' ' '"y\7  / AA '  ' /OMINECA: CORRESPONDENCII!:^  4    Germansen Creek. ,Qctpber 21.  Mi oing- op erati 0 n s are ab ou t cl osed fo r th e  season: On tbe 19Lh we had quite afall of  i*no w;: wi ud ing u p with hard J rcist;:? --The,  miners ark leaving wr winter quarters, anf^ t  do n,bt Ihink that; oyer a jmndred men^wiU  winter he/e. The cl iii in s were  ihe 15(h. - Very few; claims are yrqrtfing at  pn'rteht; bufc great hopes:; are^ entertained of  Aex t season rB mini ng i n the section of country  round aboiit Mansen creek.-   . '.      :,     ,f  Omineca will pol I very few rotes; as nearly  ail tb������:v6ters have takenitheir departure,  Sxow-SL'rnKs���������.Tbe/nnus'uaijy heavy fail;of  snow, with.tlve mild weather in the part  Of this weelc, "started the snowbff a eOodjniany  ropffe in Barkerville, and the roof of fclfe jmuse  formerly Cwned by ^'Fritzfrom vtillopet5'  was 8mashed by an avalanclie from lb0 btgb.  bitiiding  alongside. -Poor Frilz' wbein bo  1 i ved h ere ^Was al ways; in ;d read of this: dp ring  tlie" wiiitetf nilihei%tiiiding.* was i"very. sUgh t, ���������  andbis-foiSbouing^have": at last turned1: out  true; '���������"' 'r/A'y'A 1. '��������� "���������. -y.l'' 0XAX/AAy, A'')//: A...  *;' La ws. of BRiTisn CoLnMBit^-^e '��������� beg; to,  aeknOwiedge;:recetpt'from the Revision Com-  missionersr1 throughi" /'.Hq p:' ;li:-. P-Jfc^r?.^80.;'of.  a copy of the' Revised Statutes,   it is a .very  neatv bandy  yolnrae : pf near ��������� 70Q. '���������$������**'  stroiigly "bound hi-calf./ Tlie; appendix of  su ch re pe.ale d L 0 ca I Ac ts and I ni p e ri al Law*  applying to tbe* Province as are likely'; to b������  useful is in course of completion^ "  *" The -Mi2Apows~-The machinery of ibe Kurl^  & Lane Co.'is now about ready to'start, wbrK  having been carried on briskly for the la&fc  few weeks.: Steam will probably be got up  to-day or on Monday, and next week we ex*  has b.een received stating; that the writ for  Cariboo would be dispatched on November ���������^n��������� rtn ;���������' <���������n wuxi  ,^<u   t   ..'     iT        -, *'���������;���������, ������������������   .���������������������������,   "    v ,- ",--.. poet to see operations going on m tull olasi,  it h, but' aa the mail will not leave Yale be-Lv  . -.     .,, xt. .   IU   ,, ���������<��������� w**������ia������  ���������     ������    -��������� .-..., ,   .<     . . *     ., ulwhcbw    give new life to the lower portion  lore Monday next it cannot, if sent by that b  conveyance, be expected to arrive here for a ������     e   l. , ���������1       -*-  .    -       .  Bkkp CATTiiE���������Messrs. Van Tolkenburgh  fortnight yet, bo that the nominutiou cannot  take place until near Christmas.  FmsrwHTiNO���������Quite a number.of freight  sleighs have arrived here this week, and as  James Lindsay, James Kelso, James I tines.  Wm. Hitchcock, Geo. Byrnes, John Cranston.  G. A. Walkem, 10 hill claims bn leltbank,  commencing about 1000 feet above bridge  00 wagon road and running up stream.  .    Nov. 20���������Recorded in favor of Ab Sin. one  bench jlaim on a fiat below the canyon.'  JACK OF CLUBS CKKKK.  First Chance^ co.���������Nov. 17���������Recorded in  favor of F. Lallior, two and two-thirds inter  >8l������; IL Griflin, C. Chisholm, J. Slater, R  Barr, F; McLennan. K. Le-sgett, M. Carothers.  John Tindal, each one and one-third interest ���������  N.B.Maury, A. Wilson, J. D. Johnston, F.  ^aforcado. each two-thirds interest Re-  sr^-'od,   - * j -���������������������������; -'"  Mr Park contended that the-summons had there is a U'rge quautiiy of goods on the wny  & Co. are now slaughtering their first large  lot of beef cattle for the William creek and  Lightning winter supply. This week they  received 112 head iu fine condition, a larg*  been brought.improperly ; there should have  been two actions, one in equity aud one at  law. The defense was that the agreement  not having been in willing could not be en-  there is a prospect of the teamsters being  fully employed lor some time. The hi$h  price which the farmers are asking for grain  forced.   By the Sial-ute of Frauds any agree- ^2 had Um-effect of keeping up freight, the  ordinary ra to for small  lots, from Qu.esnel-  ruouih being five cents per lb.  FffttittBN'M BKNKiiT To Nigiit.���������Every one  should attend the" Amateur performance at  the Theatre to-night for the benefit of the Fire  lirigade. It is now over three months since  there has been a performunce of any sort, and  Lo-uighfs entertainment offers unusual atlrac  lions, independently of its object, So be in  time and eecuro a good seat.  Bahxako"^ ExpitK&i arrived on Tuesday and  1 left on Friday morning.   Gerow & Jobn3ua s  Express, with tbe mail, arrived yesterday eve  ���������^:ng*Htid will l#ftv������ io marrow &sJm%**  miMit respecting the sale of lands must-be in  writing. With goods it was different; delivery of a portion or payment of earnest being  sufficient. He considered mining claims a.^  j being connected with land. Miners were  lessees, and an assignment of a lease, would  be invalid except in willing. By Ibe 3!Kb  Section of the Mining Law it was exptessly  provided that no transfer should be ivoog-  nised unless in writing. Plaintiff had his recourse, at law by hi ing lor damages, md  equity would np'i interfere. Counsel quoted  a number of authorities. ���������������������������  Mr Walkem, for plaintiff, argued that this  was a case where equity should interfere.  Tbe fact of the 39th section ol; the Mining'Law  requiring a transfer in writing'rendered it  '���������^Mw������we������rii (but thi* acdon siK'Uld h$ brcugbt  number of which were raised by Mr Charles  Beak and purchased by Messrs. Van Volken-  burgh & Co.  The MiKtSTitY.���������A private dispatch ra.  ceived Ibis week from Victoria states that Mr  A. R. Robertson has been appointed Colonial  Secretary, and Mr II. Hoi brook temporary  Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  $?&~ The Rail%0aP St0rb ^sf  (n������urly opposite the Government Away  Oftice, Barkerville).��������� This store has been  opened by Mr C. A. Noiu-meier tn eonnectiou  with hi* store in Victoria, with tbe lurge**  and best assortment of boots and shoes ev������r  brought to Cariboo. He has introduced &  novelty in the form of warm Winter Boot**  lor bolh ladies and gentlemen. Leather awl  Shoe .Finding* and Groceries, are also k*mt  on baud. B00U mado to order, from b**ws  material* for IjU p������F p^ R*Q*km$*9*tiJ  m  wmtBPeemimsa ���������i;k&  *.������#-=���������  ii*;*  Ti?.*:-  ^?.  0  . 'M������'  .. '$${!'.  'Ailh':-  vSii'  ���������Xi&l  fit  II  Am  0  X ���������jjj.'i t  .Si*Vi  ��������� 'i'.h'^A.  it  I'*  '������������������vi ..  AAA .  ��������� ; 7i.  W#   -��������� *"  xxwy ���������'-"  ill   ��������� ;  ^'A  :-.*S    -  rv#!   -  "a  v -"tv;  -"���������?������������������> W  .'.&:  1  Hi  If-''-'  :i:'i;-  Mi'.'.'Yi^P  $������  lil^  ftvttJirtf{i,ri  i������BI������li&,&  M  js^^fe*  8������������  ���������'������������������"   WIT AND HUMOR.  An* ncrly old batfielpr susygests that births  shmild be published under the head of * N-ew  Music/  Dobba thinks that instead of giving credit  to whom merit is due, the cash had better be  ��������� .... paid, j 7 --L:.'       Choked to Death���������Tbe report come3 from  Chicago that a sojourner in a boarding bouse  there was recently choked to death by getting  a .three-cornered piece of hash in his throat.  , .     Appetite���������A schoolmaster asked a class of  boys the meaning of the word il appetite."���������  . After a short pause, one little boy said. " I  ���������know, sir; when I'm eatin'I'm happy, and  ���������when I'm done I'm tight."  A deacon in Illino.is.objected to the organ  A -purchased by his church, and when called  ' *ipon to close the "service with prayer,said.  " Call on the machine I   If it can sing the  glory of God,  it can pray too.   Call on the  machine!" ..'    .        *  :' ���������'.. What he Thtnics���������An Irishman went to  live' in Scotland for a short time, but didn't  like the country. "* I was sick all the time I  ���������was there, and if I had lived there until this  time I'd been dead a year ago. So I came to  America and joined the Democratic party,  and be dad I don't think I shall ever die  'while there is-a Tote to be polled."  : A Cautious Rei^y���������Tfce. care"with";which  Scotchmen look at the events of life is illustrated by familiar records of what has been  ������aid'arid done bri ordinary occasions. 'The  most cautious answer certainly on record is  that of-a Scotchman, who, being; asked if he  could play the "fiddle, warily answered, "I  couldha say, for I never tried."  Foresight���������An impatient Irishman called  to his wife, .". Come, come, isn't breakfast  ready? Pya bad none since yesterday, and  jto.-morrow will be tbe thinT. day," This is  :������quaiYto the call of the stirring housewife,  who aroused her maid at four o'clock with.  4'Come, Mary, get tip! Here,' 'tis Monday  morning, to-morrow is Tuesday, and the next  ���������day's Wednesday���������half the week gone and  nothing done yet!"  Having Time���������The following is a canons  exrraple of ' takingtime by tbe forelock":���������  *"My grandmother once awoke my grandfather in the middle of the night, and told  Slim she much feared their son Willie had become deranged, as she bad been listening to  him for some   time  speaking   loudly  and  .rapidly to Mmeelf.   Her Imsband listened,  Kjame to the same conclusion, and ;they forthwith hurried into their "boy\s bedroom to  yknoyv what: was the matter..; -AViilie's^eiplan-  ���������ation -was, that aB tbey were going to. the seaside next day, he wished to save time, and  was saying his prayers oyer and over to last  Ahhn during the'holidays.  .;;      v���������     ; V  A .Frenchman gives tbe .following> account  . :of theTeraptatipn and Fallbf Adam and Eve:  ���������''Monsieur A flam he walce up, he sees tine  hbelle demoiselle nslip inze garden.. Voila  .de la chance.   * Bonjonr, Madame Iv.7 Mdme.'  ; Iy she wake ;,: she hole ber fan before to her  face;   Adam put up his eye-glass to admire  y.e tableau.    Zey make  one  promenade.���������  Madame Iv she feels hungry; she sees ze ap-  pel on ze arbre.   Serpent se promeve but  Pttrbre, make one walk on ze tre,   * Monsieur  l-i Serpent,7 says Iv,* will you not have ze  bonte to peek me some appe], J'ai faim.7���������  'Certainment,   madame.'. say   %e   serpent,  ��������� charme do votts voir.'   * Hola, mon ami, ar-  r-etez vonz,' say Adam ; * stop, stop, que son-  gez vous faire?   What madness is zees, you  must not peek ze appel.'   Ze snake, he take  one pinch of snuff, he say :  'Ah! Monsieur  Adam, do yon not know zere is nossing pro-  hebeet for ze ladles ?   Madame Iv, permit me  to oiler you some of dis fruit detendu.?   Iv  she make one courtesy ; ze snake he fill her  whole parasol wiz appel.   lie say: 'Eritis  sicutDeus.   Mons. Adam be will eat ze appel, ho will become like one Dieu, know ze  goo(li;nnd y,e.evil;  but you, Madame Iv, cannot become more of a goddess than you are  now-.;  An zis finira Madame Ir."  0y   A JIILLIONAIRF'S PALACE.  The new house of Mr Stewart, at tbe corner  of Thirty-fourth street and Fifth avenue, is  nearly ready for occupation. It is built of  white marble, in composite style, covering* an  area of 116 by 62 feet, and is four stories  high. The exterior ornamentation is elaborate and tasteful, and the effect of the structure  is extremely imposing. A palace without,  the magnificence of .the interior is more striking, still.       -,      - -.  On the ground floor is a grand'entrance  hall, entered through a superb marble vestibule, a reception room, parlor, breakfast and  dinino: rooms, picture-gallery and music room,  all of spacious dimensions and elegant de:  sign.  The drawins: room is 47x24 feet, and the  dining room 82x10. The floors and walls in  all the room's are of marble, and the ceilings  are decorated with beautiful frescoes.  The.picture gallery, which is 7.0x28 feet, is  50;feet in height, surmounted by a dome. All  tbe apartments are adorned witb splendid  mirrors; elaborately carved mantle-pieces,  and furniture of costly woods of gilt, upholstered with satins of various bue3. * The gilded  chandeliers, which are original and elegant  designs, are all connected by electric wires,  so that they can be lighted or extinguished in  a moment. The carpets have been made to  order in Europe, and correspond ia beauty  and cost to the other furnishings of the mansion;- ":- ";.'-'. -V *-..  "The second floor ia - reached by a grancU  Rtaircase of white marble, which was manufactured in Italy and importedin1 sections.-���������  On this floor are the sleeping apartments of  Mr Stewart, with suites of dressing-rooms on  either 6ide ; a library, 47x24 feet, and a bil  Hard room. All are fitted up with a cost and  elegance of design in harmony with the lower  part of the mansion.' The third.floor consists  of bedrooms of almost equal magnificence,  and the:fourth is divided into numerous commodious rooms for the use of the servants of  the establishment���������[N. Y.Sun.  RAEMRD'S;; STAGES  MAKE THE BEST TIME!  DRIVE THE BEST STOCK !  /.;���������',   USE THE BEST COACHES!  HAVE/THE MOST COMPETENT DRIVERS  CARRY THE MOST PASSENGERS!  DO THE LARGEST;BUSINESS!  And guarantee to connect with the Steamers  at each end;  FOUR DAYS AHEAD OF  .   H.M. MAILS!"  im* REMEMBER   THIS ! 'j&  Travellers by the FAST LINE SAVE  FROM TWELVE ;T0 TWENTY DOLLARS  by not loitering, as other lines do, on tbis  road. '������������������''  jel7 [A.      F. J; BARNARD.   ���������  A SLANDEROUS TELEGRAM.  One of the peers of England lately made  himself very seriously and needlessly wretched about the fidelity of his wife, though there  was some excuse for it.  During the Army bill debate, the lady's  noble husband, who is as proud and fond of  her .as he should be, was about, to deliver a  violent attack upon something or somebody,  when a telegram was put into his hands.. He  read it, turned pale, and quitted the house,  called a cab, drove to the Charing Cross sta-  tion, a n d wen t to. Do ver, an d was n 01 heard  of; till the.next .day,.when.he.returned to his  own home, and fo bis first inquiry was;. told  that the countess was in her own room. ��������� He  hastened ; to; her, and. a;terrific -row ensued,  the exact.wordsvof. which no one knows but  th em solve s. At 1 ast, h 0 w eve r, he b urs fc 6 u I:  ''"**��������� Then what did you mean by your tele-,  gram ?". ;. v     .  .. v" Mean ?   "What��������� I said, of course.: What  are you talking about?"  . . ���������������  , u Read it for yourself," retuined the still  unappeased husband.  She did read :  ftI flee with Mr.���������-, to Dover straight-  Pray for me."  For a moment she was startled, but then  burst into a hearty fit of laughter.  " Most dreadful telegraph people. No  Wonder you are out of your mind. I tele-  graphed simply:  ��������������� I tea with Mrs ^��������� , in Dover street.���������  Stay for me."  Grevow & -Johnson'sjStages  IXflLL LEAVE   BARKERVILLE EVERY WEEK,  }} .   connecting with  the  Steamers  at Quesnel  mouth an d.Yale, witbH.it. JIAILjEXPKEjSS and  Piissengcrs,  FOR YALE & INTERMEDIATE, PLACES.  GEROW   &   JOHNSON'S  Express and Stage  Line  CARRIES :  LETTERS, TREASURE, VALUABLES,    ..   A:  EXFKESS FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS  AT    REDUCED    RATES.  v4������~ Collection1?,* Commissions and General Express  business .doue with.pun duality, aud dispatch.  %&- Oflico oi the Ciinhoo Affehcv at  ���������': '���������;������������������'��������� MR DAVID KURTZ'S STORE,  ap29 ���������   ": Barkenitlo.  ana  The FLORENCE is the best Sewing  Machine for Family use*, becauta it  60 seldom, gets out,of order. v If ther������  Is one not working well in  CALIFORNIA,  OREGON, '  ^WASHINGTON TERRITORY,  NEVADA,-   ���������* ,. '  . ,,  IDAHO,    ������������������������������������      * ii"-;.-  fALASKA(;:   '  '    BRITISH COLUMBIA,  .   MEXICO,,   ���������.     /-0-A ���������  ������������������ JAPAN, - '   a yy  Or'CHINA, if Informed of ft, 1 wlU  fix It without any expenii to th������  owner.  ���������SAMUEL HILL, Agent, '  3To, 19 Montgomery Street, South,  GRAND HOTEL BUILDINQ,  ������$AN J^RANCISCO,   pAL.  ' Send for Circular* and iamplea of  the work. Active Agent* wanted In  every place..   ���������  R. BEAVER, Atferit.  t  HAVE hcen requosied by several respectable parties, wliocali tnstii'y to thuclficacy ui'iuysystem,  to again make public the lact. that  T*  Moses5 Hair Inyigorato  WILL PREVENT BALDNESS,  KliSTORK HAIR 'MAT IS BECOMING THLV  Oii PALLING OFF, and eiVectu.ilIv  CURE SCUKF OR DANDRUFF.  Tills is not a mere assertion en my part, as I hare  in iuy possession numerous testimonials cur lily ing to  tho success o( iuy reineily.  I ii(> not of con rse pretend thai I cau make the hair  ������row on ! 1 ea'ds which have been bald for years ; but  1 will guarantee to stop tho Imir from fal I ins nil, to  mcrea.se d ts growth, iiud efl'ccluallyr������,move Scurf or  Dandruff..   ��������� ..."*\V. D. MOSES,  ,.-: :.-.- .-'���������;;:���������'-��������� -'���������'���������":���������..'7  Barkerv'illc,-B.C.  e!0 6m  Victoria.* B.C.  LEA & PERKINS'   ���������  Celebrated  WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCJ  Declared hy Conuplsseurbto be  THE   ONLY   GOOD   SAUCE.  ���������-"���������:;���������";.   V".-' ������������������-;. ������������������-certificate; ������������������ 7;.-..  :-This is.io certify thatduring last spriDg- my hair  was rapid ly fal li ng ou t mi rl .iii y h ead w as fast b oeom-  i.ng hald, When. I'applied io 'M'rAf. D MOSES .Barber,  Barker v* i Ho, who i n u re w wee Jcs rest'or e d m y li ai r to  Ha former heall.hr stato , [DAVID GIBBONS'  ��������� ���������fearker'vill* ������*ti.2%\&AQL       ^v-'v"1^:-  yiCTGRIA,   B.C.,  ANTJFACTURE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,  cither High or Low Pressure,  His lorrlahfp was f?o 9a.vn.ge nt the Inngh he  had raised against himself.that he was at first  inclined io make'a parl'iuntentary question of  it; but listening to more judicious advice'vs-  1'rained.���������[Court Journal,  SYLVESTER'S  QYLVESTEH'S  U   after leave (  S EXPRESS FOR OMINECA will hero-  QUESNBLKOUTH on or ahont.the 1st  audl5tlrof .each mouth, uiukipg regular trips twice  a 1 non Hi.-  &T A gexoral Exprsas faBslnes!? conducted.  K9FB8 gYLVmSS<  Grist, Quiirtz and Saw Mills, aud..In fact anything  ctmiji'ctcd with, the Much mo business. Iron ami  Brass Oastingrf ol all descriptions. On band and for  side, a \m%o iiiii'������frtnien((ifl.siicL*t, liar and other Irmi,  linilur Units, Jackriurow.1*, Brans Cncks, Globe Valve;?,  Cemetery Jtailiugs of dilierent -Fatterns, Cur Wheels  with.Iron and Steel Axles, Sloam.Pipe Fittings, &e,.  All -orders promptly attended to.   Terms Cash, ai  our Works in Victoria.  ���������  ' myia fiWUTT-A IRvING, Propiiflora.  ���������A. O-ILMORE,  3  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V.I.  HAS ON HAND, AND IS CONSTANTLY re*coiviag, a  large   assortment of   CLOTHS,  CAftt}lll*SKib8  and  VE.STINOS,  which ho ia prepared to mat������ to  order in the moel sppruvecl styles.  {    ��������� '       -       .     'f. ���������.   .. -  &$r Parties on   Willkm   Craelc. c������.n., bim. th������ir  -������������������������i*urM-Uk������a by Mr McC&llmu, Barkenrille.  M$T All orders fro is Cariboo p remit tly att*gfc*^ bo  Caution against Fraud.���������The successor this  ni os t d el ic; lo u s a 11 d u n r i v ;i 11 e d Con d i in e n t h a y i u g  caused certain dealers to apply the name ol *> Worcestershire Sauce" to their own inferior coflipounds, tho  public, is hereby in for mod that the only way to pro-  ourcthegeuuine,;is.to '���������... ,.7 7'.  ASK   FOR   LEA*  &   PEBRINS'   SAUCE'  and to sec that their names aro upon tho wkaitiik  LABELS, STOPPKR*; and HUTTI.E./  ���������Some ol the foreign .markets having been supplied  with aspurious Worcestershir������ Sauce.upon the wrapper .111 d I a bel s 0 f w h j ch t he n n m es of Lea' and ?e r r i n s  have been forged, L.: and P. give notice that they  have furnished their correspondents wilh power of  attorney to take instant proceed in {������?" against jianit-  FACTnKKRsand vknpoks oi such,. or any other imitations by which thcirrifrbl may he in fringed.  Ask for LEA. & PEHBINS' Sauce and see  Name on "Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper. .  Whole.������a|o and for export hy the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Black well, London ,&c. ,&c.; and*  hy Grocers and Oilmen universally,  ^  Miners' Provision Store,  BARKERVILLE.  T THIS STORE WILL ALWAYS BE FOUWD A  well-selected stock of tho  Freshest   Groceries   and  Provisions in Cariboo.  BEST JAVA COFFEE  Roasted And Ground daily.  Whero a good assdrtiTicnt of Goodi will .always l>������  lound. ���������   . : . _'*       ,  1 trust by strict attention to businflsa and fair wa  ������quar������ dealing to merit a continuance ol the liberal  p^iroaajj'e hwrotuforw extended to me. M tf  villi  ae^^^*

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