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 r.  rs  iey-  in.  isen-    i  ages  will  le of  Ines-  ituro  with  tight  31008  0.  Mills,  TING  y will  H  M  i. :'���������!  Vol. 14,  Barkerville;:; William Creek, B.C;^Sa*feaayvv^ SO, 1872.  No.  5  THf |ApB00;SEOTINM  A'7l. i y^Hshcdevery Satu^^ by:'  ' ������ ft T' ':.;H; 0 L L 0 WiAY>;  ���������Subscription,,: '������' w !��������� is6 Gents pet Week.  ^RAT^SOF ADVERTISINO.  ;:  t oae seaarVt on el tioii). flrsti ������serii oa,  ottomoiath,  ���������  "For t wo t q u ares, flrsti-as er tion,     -  . :���������;*:[-. .;.V<iH':':^������nioiithy'-' V- *''" '���������  13  AA,  Agents for the *��������� Cariboo Sentmel.'v  Van Winkle, . : ������  ^uesnelmoutb,  Soda Creek, .-���������������  Clinton^ ��������� A-. ������������������*. *;.'>  Yale, ���������/ y - =.  ? "Kow Wcstml nuter,  Victoria; -    :>��������� ;>  : L.:*p: .Flshor,   *   ���������  Bean & Co.,- v,, ;-..y  ������..������aretti     -..,  ' i  ���������> v v <A* D. McTnnesv  /; ..��������� .. ^.Barnard's Express  ��������� .;,* Barnard' 8 Express  .ft������. ;\, Barnardy Express  ,��������� - r%;do        do ���������  '������������������   ������������������"-* 0 ?;John Murray  ������������������������������������ ���������-'��������� <���������*'������������������.*���������.^|f Webster.  ;:'.-���������: .,.;   ������   j ������an ^^POISCQ  j> ,.���������"���������'".-|i - . i Sari Fnibclsco  80 Ctfirnhlfi^ fondon^ E. G.  .j Californiagivf������ Grantabout6,500. ,  J Georgia���������Greeley^ wajonty_ in August* ia  300, and in the county about 560.  Louisiana���������The / %pw"b,li-ean^Strte pentraf  Committee claim tbe State for Grant by a  iar^|majority;;::y7i,7'r'x l''/'!,.,At AA'l7A  j Washington, Delewa^���������ThV Republicans  have carried tbe State by from lOOO to 2000  for Grant '; * ���������'  tAx ,,--/���������  l.-y. 7  j jiaine���������Grant's net gain In Portland over  ihe vote of September.'IrfJsSi^I in Lewistori,  272.;-^ ���������';'';%-'.]  7 Yermbn>r^^e;State -baa igom [ iai^eiyv Ber  publican, ''���������''"-"' l;iAy0AA00vy'7A'A  i MftSflachucetta���������The State bas; gotie ove*r-  wbelmingly Republica*n,: Grani'a majority  wll!^������Ki'l^e: tar from 35,0p6; .- Aiyy   0\;- '���������';  IH K CARTBOOSENTINEL  THE SUFFRAGE /Aim THE. BALLOT.  flurds. Ol rcnlars,5 Posters "and! Froip:ramm<eH for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments Ail  Execute^ wi th neatnewRn d dispatch. /j0>.  Terras .moderate/.".  SPOTtJ^^  ^Nffiw York, Nov. 5;  e.. n X0;;pi i*i: \u* ������..?���������_ y: >-.:...-,; '���������;:  -Tim-total;\vote; Ini.- -. tbe  ^ity for Greeleylip,:^)m^'^^^\/^iii  'fAr*Viei!%iror������m\ty\* :i29.928; aprainst:>6OiO00  for Seym onr in 1868;; iGrant^^has undoubtedly  ���������carried the State by frbms 30,000 to 40,000  maiority. ������������������ x:yyAj lyy ^-'0A .  :Irwa ^^sHr^  niisola! ivlll give - Grant about 30,006 ma  joHlty.:- "*������������������    A'1-1 %7- ' :;.;   ' . ", \  IndTam^ goeifpr ^ant by at |ew^  , Norlb Carolina will give l>000 majority:fbr  Grant ���������' -��������� 0;y Ar 'A//7^7) ��������� X-������������������  New^JerflejJ^goea Republican by 8000 ma-  ymftisy- ;;, 'A-l i.-y 0. .7 ���������.ir.-xyiy 7. r Ay A ���������-���������: ->>v  New-Hampabire has gl^en, Grant Y300pn>a-  - jorityi AX-- A:^ - "1-^ !���������}lAy/AA/A;.-.������������������ .���������. A  Nevada baa gone for Grant by a amalt ma-  jorlty, but the ^ Legialativ* f ticket: ia "very  4otib.tf^V..{ ��������� -: ���������..;������������������,-, v.; .    .-.���������-;.;���������.,;:-.  , ��������� Coritieoti-ctit gives Gratt^t'tfmajority. *     '  Virgmia���������Ia 98 procmcts c ioi; SO, counties,  laclndlng Richmond City, Grant has 2,093  TOajprity.1 Ia tbeeSe precincts. ,ttie '.Democrats  made but few gains. 'Both parties claim^tbe  State.  In Florida, the estimated Republican majority Is 3000, ���������      : <  ;Marylan^~Indicatiens ar������ that the State  will give Greeley 5000 majority.. WiUon,  Democrat, is probably elected to Congress in  first district.  The State of Wisconsin gives 15,000 Re-  publicaa majority.  Returns from Illinois are incomplete, but  enough is known to show that Grant.-has: a  majority. Grant's majority in *he city of  Chicago is. at least 8000, The entire Riepub-  Hcan delegation to Congress Is elected.  -Kansas���������The returns give large Republican  gwns. :   ...   .,-,     i  ���������:. ,.  . yArx~'lA$  Micneaota���������Enough returns are in to show  that the State has gone lor "Grant: hy about  20,000 majority.  Pennaylvania^-The North American estimate! Grant's majority in the State at 125^000.  Rhode Mand gives.a Republican majority  Of 8,358.  Michigan���������The State baa gone for Grant  fcyS0,0Q0 majority.  I ,In;Amejrlca^the1 auflrageandtheballothave  come to mean one and: the same thing.- \Ih  jEngland; tj'&fa'fo .^teriBa..^ r^tBJItt V | their ���������'''pVop"eY,  meaning,^the^firate^signifyiug the right to  yotej;ihe,ieconxl "a^s^^  Hament :pass*edr:ai!ai^;'^]^v<0^o'i1^.ol'l,iir  eight-yeara' friafi Atrth������^ two -elections of  Ponteftaot and Ereston, the new -plan* seems  'ip haveibeeniM success^ CTberaiwaajnojjd^hM  enness and no rioting,,; ���������There was, however,  p great decrease;jritfie nhmbefiofi lyotes cast.  JAt I^ntefract, pnlj; 1^230 ojut of ,L? 60 electors  jwent to the polls'/^Tfre'rarfn reason 'of this  Iwas tho Bjnguiar/stupiditv-^oif- the;candidates  jln ^writing, instead of printing the tickets.  jMaitiy persons, n&blejto^^ead6^itiagi> *P^  jafraid of voting for the wrong man. s tayed at  home ratherv thaii% coin fess(; their -Ignorance.  [The caniidatea complain of :the amount ,of in-  jterviewing they ������te^^rced to undergo^  jPreston, they-were catechised in turn^Dy^the  jHqme-Rule Mon? the ^Female*) Siiffragistsji the  flCJrame-Law Abolitionists,**!;:the;-enemiesKofe  jthe Cpii tag ions Diseases Ac ts,; the '':Ant(^Vae.  ;oinatiob. ^Societ^", :they* fi\6\ CaihpllcB." ^the  I" Early ^Closinie: Men ^ &e. ��������� :I Such *2eal for  iknowledge is a good sign, for though, as an  ���������exchange says;it may ?be^badj'.for, the politicians, it is 'very good for tbe' people.���������[San  IFrancisco Chronicle*  ^LiEGAL:*N6TI(3ES, io.  ������c  ���������Re|i;s tr a tl on of  BirtliSv Dai^  0:??0 : ^fl-P%0'A  ���������*J>*D3li0..NOTICE, ia.'hereby, given, .thai from and  A0 after'the 1st day of Sepldmber next,: all Births,  Deaths fodMarrtagea'wlthlii the Province of British  Columlila atelo be Registered.under the provisions of  V The ReRlstfaUon ;of,. 'BtrtliRi*Death9 and Marriages  Act>>tt.72,,',. at the OQl-ce'.ot^tho Dlntri-ct Registrar of  tho District "wherot-n the ������ame'respectively shall take  pbfce^'atid^^ that Is to say:  BXRTH&-WUhln W days ftrotn tho Mate thereof.  DEATtt3-^Willii*ii>8d days' after: jntcfraont. *  Mi*RBtAOfi^Within^C;days^ -date thereof.  ; Every :Hoasehol(letvHead of ;a Fa-rally. Clergyman,  Phyislciak, w.ptlier potBpn or persons, required by the  said Act"to report BirtlisV, CeatHsa'iid' Marriage^ \ffho  rttUsesVor w^UuHyUe^wtsto ;^     wlthtu the Wines  befo'co'camed^ wiU,ho;iia.ble:to aponaltyfot each and  ^9oty offence of not less than Five- Dollars or more  than Twenty Dollars, to be recovered with costs before any JustlteoBho Peace having j-urtsdiction within  thei locality. where \ any:1 irttch <: ;effenc������. Is coianiltted  ^a<niit'the^id;AcC *"v;\-'' AAA AAA)  y.  ������������������( /"'������������������.��������� ���������*.By command,       -��������� ;.���������  ^AyA0A00y^-t .:Hi'?B, W.' AlKHA^  i '��������� x:':A.X:.yA.00,-[ yvxA;.RegistrarOettetal.. .  Lead Re-glfltry Offlc^;,   \A7i7'  MlSCRLLANBOUa  =2������  Vaa Tolkenburgli MVSi^  [A^iy 811871-  8el4  LLE,   RliCHFIEt  ���������AMD���������  A SOP^Y OF TH1  BEST QlJMm 0?:! FB1SH ^M^  AtWAtaW HAWk  :;j      :,;:.; i i. \A:.Bbcsa, w^ssbMt-% *A August, 1*175. - '  ^���������xtriac^i^^ Private Bills.  ! :jBO pAU applloaUo,ft3, for Private BUIs, propnrly the  'HubjGct. of ieglslationby the Legislative Assembly of  British: Columbia^ of ^The British  Itorth America Act* 1867,^ who'ther for the erect Jon of  jaB ridge, the making^f. a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or  ifelegraplf Llrief the'conaCfaCtion5-or '.mprovemo-ntof a  pttarboriiGahai^^^ Lock;:Dam or? Slide; or other Hko work;  t^-i'  HAVS been requesied,by,several respectable parties,'������whocab testify to the efficacy of^my system,  to again make public tbe fact than .���������:���������"-.. ${ xy >>  - K/-y,y ; --.- \ ������������������: .. H-.fi  '. y$, 0a + ' .-'*-'...��������������������������� ������������������;.''   -..;��������� A ;...   ^;...  i Mos^s' Hair Invigorator  (WILL PREVENT BALDN.ESS,  RESTORE, HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN  OR FALLING OFF, and effectually  0 URE SCURF OR ��������� DANDRUFF.  This is not a^mere assertiaooh my part, as I haTt  In ray possession numerous testimonials certifying:.to  the 'success of niy temody. '��������� ��������������������������� '  ���������.       i^  I do not of course pretend thai I can make the hair  grow on heads which have been bald for years; but  I will guarantee to stop the hair; from /falling off, to  increase Us growth: and effectually remove Scurf or  Dandruff. W. D. MOSES,  .. t_y .Barkerville,B.C.  CERTIFICATE^ ;  Tbis Is to.certlfy that during last .spring my haf  was rapldlv falling out and my head wa* fast beconi  Ing bald, when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES/Barber  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored my halr|  Its former healthy state ^DAVID GIBBONS'  B������rk������rville D������������. 20, ISeR* '   ' "������*  :o?:Tnd{vrd������alairiy;esch3slVe^^^^ or oHv-  ���������Uegesrwhatovervr'or;ffor;'���������;dein^;:a-ny matter.or-tniog  Iwhlchm Its pperatipn,would aflect the right or pzv;>-  JBriy of otlier. parties, or relate - to: any particular c:*-. s  ;������f the community?5 or for making Any amendmeniora  ilfke nature to any former Act shall require a vNo^>1.;  ���������clearly and fl,ls.t.inctly specifying th,e naturo.and ob/ci  ;of:tbeapplicatlonVto-be'published������s follows, vlx.:  ���������', A Not.lc.p;.insorted; In tb'e;BritlahColumbia Gaaette,  ���������and In; baevnew/spaper^published in the district aL  feetsd, or irtliero"be;.uo ,ne%;spa'j).er publish ed Iheroin,  tnen in $ Newspaper in the; next nearest dlstrtot ih  j which a newspaper Is publlshedi, xi.  ���������. * q&* Such -notice shall be continued in each caae for  aperibdof;& leasVsliv^eeks, during the interval.of  'time betweetitho close of Uhe next prccodtng Session  andtbVcohsWeratibnofthepetUlon.  ;  61, Before any Petition praying for leav������ to bring  :in avprivate Bill for the erection of a Toll Bridgo Is  !presented jto! tlie House, the person br persons mtend-  Ing to^etltloti for such-Bill sHail^upn giving tbe notice prcscrlbejd:ittYthe preceding Rule, also at the same  timcrC andilh the;s^me manner, givo notice of tho rates  which they intend to ask, the: extent ol the privilege,  jthe heiirht of the 'Mcties, the''interval between tbo  jfcbtitmehts oriplew fofthe passageof rafts or vessels,  !and mentioning also whetbcr;th.ey,Intend .to erect a  drawbridge :6r nbu and the dimensions nf tue same.  v ..y'yyx; ,y , :r:GHARLK8 GOOD,    :x'l  i  se������a       .;     Clerk ef. tho Legislative Assembly.  ; ;;VanwinMfe;,8|ore,::'!  ���������   .;.. ;.! ���������;        s ;..-. : '������������������ ..:,.:������������������ r'i. ������������������������������������  LIQHTNIWG QREEK,  ;;;H?ts:; J^tj'fti-SS^S  ���������pletiigihed with a^;neyt[  surpassed.m  MISCELLANEOUS.  S. P. PARKER  HAVlNa PURCHASED THS JABOVK  Hotel from Mr J. J. Robertson; begs to inform  the travelling public and the "Miners of Cariboo that  be will do hiB-utmost to sustain the well-earned re-  putation of the house as a flrst-class Ho lei  AS JUST OPENED THIS SALOON at  ' the old aud favorite stand of the Misers' Store;  formerly kept by Mr P, Madetta^ whore all comers  will be welcomed,  A T  gars  THE   BAE  Will as usual be furnished with the beel tia Market  affords.  $&* After the 1st of July, Goods will b������  feliyeted according to order on all outelda  Creeks, ,  ..:.,-,  J. W, LiNDHAUtX  i :Yan Winkle.'J������ne:5,1871 ;  v  ������--r.V. 'ii������'wi������ii-^iiif>w���������ii uauiLirww���������whihimw .��������� Willi iiiniunfjWWW  Remaining .in the BarkervUJe Poat Office on.  1st Novetn^n 1872.    Parties 'calling-lor  letters In the following liet, will please aak  for Advertised Letters: v  Aogo?e, Wm McKenaie> J  Burkholder, WS MoDonald, AleX 8  Barker, Wm McLean, Howard  Dunn, John (Registd) McDougal, Roderick  Drever, Wm Miller, John  Dick, Archibald Pendray, Wm  Forbes, FW Pinkerton, John  Qlover, Anthony D Potter, Thomas  Is well stocked with Spirita, Ales, ^lnssftad Oigaw.  Ara csmfortably furnished, and a largo addition te  thenumberof roomsis.now;being made.' " : r  BarkerTiUe, Octobw-31, W72,  oc301m    1  Are tbe beet in tbe Upper Country, and will  always be well supplied with Hay and Grain.  ju20 .  Gruno, Dayid  Hilton, M  Jones, Daniel  Jones, W H  JonestW?  Johnson, Aaron  Kuucky, Wm (8)  Uayabn ���������  Lamere, Wm  Lynob, P  McLane, John L B (2) Worham, Harry  Uattice, Stephen B   Williams, John Wra  Fr&nk Williams, John B  JOHN BOWRON,  P'  RUihards, Mathew {%)  Robertson David  Sheldon4fary (*)  Sjiruce Geo  Sampson John     x  Segars, E  Sanders, Wm .  Scott, Jaraea  Swalm, Andrew  OF  mmwmm ������0iSM  SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1872;  THE *-COLONIST " AND THE MINISTRY;  1  Attention M  ��������� ehaden .onslaiight of the' Victoria Colonist  ,>:;������poa:W  ib!y< at'a-loss to amount for: such- strange in-  ���������   cbhsiatencyvv During the wholeof :last ,������eg-  aion the editor of that journal was an. earnest  supporter of tbe present Administration, and  erm now the sole desire seems to be to oust,  them from office at any cost,~get red of them  at any sacrifice, ��������� To accomplish this end we  .find them charged with a variety of sins, and  vague assertions made ol still graver faults  that on the meeting of the House are to overwhelm 8^  7. pq wee,' The character of the attack partakes  more of Tabus* than force, more of assertion  than argument; and with.a most singular in-  sonsiatenoy even for such a professional turncoat, do. we find the Ministry charged in one  page of that journal with extravagance, and  in another, urged, to commence a fresh under-  talcing involving a large expenditure of public money.   Upon an examination of the acts  of the Administration wo certainly fail to see  the reason of this sudden change of opinion,  and can only account for it upon.the suppo.  .* aition���������an hypothesis borne out by the present attack���������that the writer has not received  the'reward of his.support in the exact shape  he desired.   A fair and honest criticism of  the acts of the Adrainistration, correcting  tbeir mistakes���������and we by no means assert  th^y are faulttess-^wouldt;'haYe-.b.een]but; the  duty of an honest journalist; but instead of  :. that we find Simple abjise, and puerile attempts at sarcasm���������mere wind ;and vapon  .eignifjiog nothing..'. In no one case is a single  Bpecilio charge made, with the exception: of,  XiMti' of extravagance, and that comes with  ahrgularly bad grace from the accuser^ and is  ?\ a:co.n?plete illustratioa oi [ Satan r.eproving  [ mil  Plunging boldly into the Geld of asser-  tronand conjectnre he  .*proves too much^  :-:*nd the design becomes so. transparent that  .we liaVe no doubt the natural "result wiNhfok  'low, and the writer still remain a shining  lightamong hex- Majesty's i'pyjti Opposition,  ���������.and without an office in which to display his  ad minister ali?e talent.   Io the whole of the  articles attacking tho'Ministry we do not see  , one.practical suggestion brought forward for  the better adrainistration of public affairs,  ���������nor yet get the slightest clue to ihe principles  andvideiis that are to be advocated by the  Opposition   at   the   approaching   session.  Nothing but vague generalities are indulged  in, and a repetition of all the .well-worn old  platitudes'about economy, retrenchment, responsible government, and tho well-and er-  stood wishes of the people : but throughout  ���������it all we see that .��������� ;Y\  * Self-love, the spring of motion, acts the soul.'  Th e only idea ad vanced appears toibe to pay  off all. our Magistrates-^-tnen ��������� trained to; the  proper administration of justice and dfVac-  know lodged probity and; ability���������do* away  with the necessary staff for carrying their decisions into, effect, and replace them by half-  educated men, who are to act without pay,  0 r, worse stliI, to pay themselves by fees,  offering every inducement, in fact, for the  longest purse to carry the day. Everybody  does everything for nothing, and all those  matters that most need attention ere to be  severely let alone.   Tbis, so far as we can  learnj is tbe delightful policy foreBhadpwed  by our coteraporary. (i ...  We apprehend that the peoples' representatives are responsible for the measures  passed (Suring the last session of Parliament,  and among those, who most materially as^  sisied in the work of:the session may bereek-  oned the' present opponent ef ineo whose  measures be helped to carry out. The majority of these measures, it must be admitted,  reflected credit alike on the men who framed  thera and the representatives who assisted in  bringing them into effect.  The Colonist severely condemns tbe Lieut.-  Governor tor not selecting bis advisers from  among those who bad taken a prominent part  1 n the Legislature prior to the consumm-ation  of Con federation,;. and there to a certal n ex-  tot' we agree with him/ It does appear  strange that,^0^031 d, have p'a^sed' over the  heads of men who hajj assisted in shaping our  destiniP8^an4^hat;t;p6l^ suc  cess, beforewajwere;a part of the Dominion.  But, orijthe other band, be bad every opportunity of forming an opinion of the capacity  of some of our'would-be rulers, and the con*  cl ii sion; he arri yed at is certal hly not y ery  flatter ing -A.'to^-tbprseW-'i^nH^-^?1* ?������; sel f-esteem.  It. ��������� does ftpt f61 low thai because a man is]., an  able debaWr Ui^ W^  ter.:y- () ratpry ; is one th in g, ad ministrati ve  ability anbther;; Tbe'best:proof of ��������� the wis:  dom. of his ��������� Hbu6r?a! selection lies in the fact  that the Ministry took jh hand, aiid passed all  thbse measures h that Sunder the" previous  regime had been supposed to be particularly  the prdpertyfof���������:the Oppoaition. Had this  not been the case, Mr PeCoBmos would certainly have remained In Victoria to lead the  0pposition if thereAhi ad been; the aligntest  chart ce \ of ous ti ng IKei, M iriistry; \ for to him  and * himi alone tausfc they loo ic ���������for leadership  and guidance among: the sboaLla; atui\$}&&���������  sands that strew the path to;ofilce; for we .believe him to be the only;member of the House  outside of the^; Ministry; Jpossessed of the  neces������ary administratiyei-capabity -fa^condliet  the affairs of the conntr^.^  cumben t upon: him, shoutit the ^present efforts  of the 0pposition::be-succe's^  treraely carefuliri the selection of bis colleagues, or the rashoesa and iti^advijed zeal  of some of bis present followers would be  sure to wreck his Ministerial bark ere it was  fairly launched,  * Mr. Joseph Shaw, of the Point co^. Lightning creek, struck a prospect ..last iweek in a  very unlooked for? place���������another proof of  the/adage"that gold js whereyouflnd.it.���������  While removing bis bedstead in order to  paper his cabin ho found concealed behind  one of the legs of the bed a piece pf .paper,  which on being opened revealed io his astonished gaze a sample ������f coarse gold, mixed  with dirt and bedrock, evidently %donbtfuliy  gotten and,bidden by some former : occupant  of the cabin and then forgotten.'^ The gold,  which had.a resemblance "so that of the. South  Wales, weighed $22. A A/ x/AylA A '..-���������  ���������'. Mr , Bushby, of New Westminster, will  temporarily occupy ��������� the plaoe of Judge Ball.  Jwho leaves by. to-raorr6w*g' 'express* to seek  in :a milder���������' clime rest from thtfv arduous  ���������labors; of the past four years.; W5ecjitrust bis  )iealth:may be restored-during his well-  earned vacation, and are: sure the whole  community will look forward to his return  with pleasure..���������*��������� - ������������������.; ��������� A-': ������������������  Wk believe it is the intention'of MtSahder:  son Pearcy, who leavis's by.this express, to remain in British Columbia and turn bis attention to some pursuit involving lessMsk than  mining. It is a good sign of the confidence  felt in the future of this Provincejwhen we  see pur successful miners" locating" in the  'country with a view of creating a permanent  home. ���������    ���������  PotiCB CouKT.���������In the Police do.urt last  Saturday. Ah Toy, Win Nuck. and.Hoi Gain,  were brought up on the information of Ah  Sam. and charged with breaking open his  cabin and taking therefrom some tools... Win  Nuck and Hoi Gain were discharged, and Ah  Sam committed to gaol for six weeks.' "  . Appointmrnt.���������Mr John Bowron has been  appointed Recorder in the place of Mr J.  JFL Sullivan, who leaves to-morrow.for Vic*  torla to assume: the duties of Sdperihtend-  ent of Police. .  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  -.NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  MR JOHN BIBBY HOLDS MY POWER  of Attorney, and is fully, authorised to, collect  all dobts due to me. -AH those indebted to me by  either note or aocount, will please'make immediate  payment to ray Agent,  .���������"���������>���������* -SANDERSON PEARCY.  ;  Barkerville, Xov. 29,1872. no30 2m  THI trNPERSIGNEI) HAVEEN^ERRn INTO 5C0  partnership for the purpose of carrying on tha  business or HoteMceeplnfir, attho Old Stand, known  as;;thwc���������LlNTON' HOTEL, anU*:would :solicit a, con^  tinuance of public patronage.  ;:     v -:\ 70>?-y ...��������� m&. E.;SMITHi  X ���������������������������������������������:���������.������������������������������������������������������.���������.������������������-;���������-������������������.������:������������������ ���������;       THOS. SPELMAN.  Olinton, No?*. X8,1872.  LL PAR-TIES INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE lOF  the late JOSEPH L: SMITH are requested to  make immediate payment All Mil* remain ing unpaid on the PlrRt day of January, 1873, will bo placed  in Court for collection ; and ttllUpartles having claims  against "thevKstate will please Beud them to the undersigned' for payment., ��������������������������� v.'. /.:  x'^y-yx. yy<>. ���������;���������-:. ���������'.'; ;^'|mrs. e. smiths *,;;:  !.- ��������� .-..,-. Administratrix; ���������'���������  Clinton, Nov; IS, 1872.   . J ;no30:  NOTICE  S HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN APPLICATION WILL  be miwle at the hoxt Sepsibn of the Parliament of  Britlsh.Columbia for an Act to be called the Williams  Creek F ro Brigade Protection Act; for the purpose)of  indemnifying Members of Bajd; Firo Company: and  Tbluriteers whom the; Ofllcers of said Company may  call upon to assist them in the extinction of i������ flre,".6r  in the .removal ot any erection, edifice, or building  which it may reasonably be deemed expedient to.ro-  move, due regard being had to the safety of the ad.  jacent. property :. Provided always, that in the do-  gtruction or removal ef property aforesaid thu immunities hereinbefore given shall not extcud to any person who shall act In such removal contrary or without  theorderof tho Captain, Is tor 2d Lieutenant, or such  other Officer as may be1 in comm'inH.  On behalf of tha Williams Creek Fire Brigade,  JOSEPH DEN^Y. Captain.  '   - GEORGE BVRNES, 1st Ucnt.  ���������0 ..    ��������� .       C .V'AILLANCOUR, %\ I>'ut.  ' Barkerville, Nov. 15, 187-2. nolS Svr  iflSCELLANEOUS.  ENGLISH DRUGS,   :  '���������"-. PATENf MEDICINES, :  PFLOPRIETARY  ARTICLES,  Ghevalier's Life foi? the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, ic., &e.  ps* Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled.  p$~ Prescriptions an^ Family Reolpee ae-  eurately prepared.  Barkerville, No v..20, 1872. no85  5  BARKERVILLE,  deai.br is  Groceries, Provisions and  Liquors.  ROASTED DAILY 4.T THE STORE  ''"������������������- ,D1T0I':J:0I;-;V;:'V,  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  ^.LILLOOET ONIONS and BEANS  on hand, no23  iiXt������aliH.B  THOMAS FLETOHEE wishes to inform the  people of Cariboo that he Is prepared to  CAST   ALL   KINDS  OF  BRASS  OR SALE, ONE-HALF INTEREST IN  tbe .,. ;..,;,  .-.._. Ay  Yancouyer  Company,  LIGHTNING CREEK.  no30 It  A^jply to  JOHN GAxVKOU,  Van Winkla.  JOHN EVANS, "  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED  On reasonable terms.  gSfr*. Ordere left ai;M? S@ll|?8^Bar^ervii9  M������ '   BSI^ it  ' At the shdrtest notice. "a. ���������  $&* BOXES kepi en hand or cast te order  ���������  The Store is alsoBnpplied with a general assortment  of Goods, which he intends to sell at a small profit.  Fletcher's Heating Apparatus with Hot Air  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel and labor,  and .le*8enp*the danger of fire.   It Is as well adapted  for Shaft-houses a,s ordinary buildings, is cheap, anp  is warranted to givo entire'satisfaction.  I^Kt Obance, IJffhtninKXwe'k,.)  33S  EORMKRLY OF SCOTTiANO,-and more jeoehtly of,  .;���������;: CANADA, will; hear- of ;Bpmf������thihg inuipli^ to his =  advantage by applying at th is Office;      A.Xr   t.---  7 Any person wlio can: send .iis any information of  Mr Hogj? is enrnestly requested to do so, aslhevobject  of the present notice is of great importance to hiin.  Mr Hogg, wo bellcye, has tieeh in Cariboo.  .; ;.Octobe:r..23������ iWt0:X:y-1 0, A -.,,;,:,...no$ lm ���������.  R; JAHES WIGKHAM HOLDS MY  Power of Attorney, ,\ and la fully a'tithoriatocl: to*  Collect all Debts, flue ..to, in$}������, 'All * those ..knowing  themselves to be lii my debt, by either Note or A������.  count;, will Dleasa .make immediate payment -to my  Agtnt  =   A '���������        '���������'" -���������:'  * "'"���������   ''   x:X: 'A' X  \.'''..v i-y ,P. MANETTA. .  Barfcirvtfte, 33d 0������tob*r, 1W8. AcU Xm \ -  THE BANK OFBRITISH NORTH AMEB-  1 IOA at VICTOUIA * will until further riotic������ p'iy  on money speciully. lodged Interest at the rate of  Forir per -cent, per; annum r/A'/A.  on ^epoBlts subject' to Fifie en^Daya rabticW of wita  drawal, and-. yyy:  Five per cent, per annura<     ; :^  on Deposit** subject, to Thirty pitys notice of with-  'drawal;-::-'-:';"---;-.'������������������.-  ,.-���������������������������-',-���������;.������������������ ��������� ���������  y '���������;���������'-;.'i- .-.-.,:;.henry a. tuzo,  t-.-'   .:;' .'.'���������������������������:x'Xy.  :-iXx ''Manager Victoria Branch,  October 18,1871;        ;    ;: ��������������� oc201tn  Mail Contracts.  TENDERS ADDRESSED TO THE POST  1 Master Gen^ra^ Victoria, and.murked ''Tender  for Mail Service:" will bo received at Victoria up to  12 o'clock noon on FIU'UY, the 6th day of Drcem-  ber, for tlie conveyance uf.Her Majesty's Mails ia  British Culurnliia .bctwepu the. foll������������wini places fur  the terra uf JFOL'K YEARS from the lsi of April n������t:  Barkerville and Harvey Creek ;  Barkerville and Yale ; ������������������  Bnrrard Inlet and New Westminster ;  Cache Creek and Okanagan ; and ' '"���������">  Okanagan and Okanagan MIbsIol ;   ; r;   /*'  Clinton and Do-a; Creek; : V.  Clinton and Lillooet; .'-������������������;;:        *      '  ��������� Eequi malt and Vipte ria; '���������'������������������  :-''t"   i'";?!H  [   Hope and Kootenay ;   ���������, ''Ay   . ���������'..'   A A  :   Lytton and NicolavLake';  ��������� Metchosen and Victoria;;        ������������������ .    ...  Omineca and Quesnella;   ���������   .;  Saanich and Victoria;    .   ���������     ���������   ���������    *.������������������  Sooke and Victoria.  Ench ToDdor must be.accompanied by a (tmran*99,  signed by two responsible parties, undertaking that  in the event ot the Tender.being;accepted tlio.flei-fice  shall bo performed by: the party tendering: f0Tt ,tht  price demanded. '      V ';'  Particulars in regar������i -to. ihe'Scrviceand amount;.of  security n^uired," together witli printed forms of Tender and Guamuten, may-be obtaimid at pro Ofnces-at  tbe Termini of eacli route, or at tlie Post Offices at  Victoria and New Westminster.:- ���������,.���������-'���������' i'X  VvJOHNvDRWK,-:--,:  ]:  Chief t������; 0. Inspector.  Victoria, B.C., 1st September, 1872.. ���������;. ���������  sca&M ��������� y  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  GENERAL   M:EHCHA.KPX?*I;'  Having purchased the House and Stoek of  Messrs Oppenlieinier Bros.  Together with  JUS  Cor.Bign?B6ntsfr������a below folietted*  BARKERVILLE,   BC,  HAS RECEIVED "A FINE LOT OF   l  Also, a good assortment of  '������������������"������   .. -  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, -  LIQUORS, CIGARS,  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL^&c, for Machinery  .   October 1,1872..  I  m  riiinffTniiiiiii.i :*;   u  OF  THE CAMBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, tf0W 30; 1872.  CLINTON,     '   .,  Clinton, Nov. 27���������Weatfoer clear and cold.  Thermomeitr stood 12 degrees below aero at  $ a.m. to-day.  YALE,    v.,  Yale, Nov. 25~BamardTs stage arrived  yesterday.; G, B. Wright and Marcus>-Smith  also>arrivedi by;.priyate.^con^  weather on the road wasano fey and'disagreeable/ aaxa: :0 a yyy 0 .-.* _��������� * v..-*.s< ���������-  The Lane & Kurti boiler and pumps are  lying 4a tbe green timber.<;J'       i '  ; v.* *.^..^B^w^THi^���������^ ���������!;'.'."!';"  New Westminster. Nov. 27^Twb eases of  smallpox reported in Ihe'"' hospital herer today.   Weather fine with frast^  0A-������y/$^ 0 A. ."  Victoria* vNb*,'"2T��������� The Snryeyor-General-  ship, offered to Mr Hunter, MP.P.y has been  declined by that gentleman, and-accepted by  , Ikigar Dewdney. M.?.      'ir/AXx/xl  Victoria; Not/l^^aisentoT^ISc^r of the  fleet has received an official telegram vinform*:  in\g Mm of the cession of San juan to the  United States. H.M.S; Scout failed yesterday  A; 'to San (Juan; and therWftst Coast y Upon foer  'return she will call atSan Juan-; and take * ������n  ihe men, sibres, ammunition and armament of  ibe evacuated garrison. "��������� r:'<  Geo. Gbsheit had vfte bonis of "his'^ftarni  fradIy a tiattered; by the bursting of a;���������'jjfin.  The steam er Maud; was; yesterd ay ��������� got? off  the rocks at Peters I*oiutf after having -been  on for two weeks.,' She\ sustained but little  -��������� damage. .    .':.;    ' ���������     .; y ' 8V    ���������'  : *: l^.s^ip^P-aniber^eo^ San Fran-  eiscoiaaiied yesteiday,. She carried away one  of the largest cargoes which j has,yet -left Na-  nai mo, ti it v ing between seventeen and eight-  een hundred tune,' vr ^-- '   -'';���������  ������������������; **'"������������������ -  Victoria, Noy. 28-~^A: shpckingt accident  occurred at Port Discovery on Tuesday after-  rioon last. A man named Stephen Silver-  l������ u rg. an ati ye of Fin) an d, eropl oy ed as ed eer  ut; the mill, ������to()d on the;edgiugftable,while  puHinjr the belt-onvtbe .pulley,..jvben; lie  stepped ori the saw and his foot Was cut oleari  off.( With a ftarhiV- sWriefc- of; pain lie fell  across tjie saw, Which cut hiriViu two diagonally from the lett hip";tpAthe right shoulder,  and befdjed\j immediately0 The; unfortunate  loan was ah mi t 30 years of age.  Weather mild and pleasant  EUROPEAN.  New York.  Nov.  20-A Paris dispatch  states that President Thiers has resigned.���������'  Marshal McMahon has been appointed President pending the action of* the National Assembly,   There is: great excitement in come-  ���������quehce.  ^London, Novw20~^The Tolioe force have  ] biiie'd in the movement for i ricrease of sal a-  ries. and will hold a meeting at Hyde (��������� Park  on Sunday next.  V;^: :v.-      xlf: 70  } Madrid,' No v. JO���������It is officially announced  that King' Amadeua passed a bad night.���������  Rheumatism andtever continue;       ���������  '.Y:rA;AA  New York, Nov. M-^Stanley; arrived by  the Cub a, and was escorted up the bay: by  eluding those caused by Indian raids, would  have been raised to $100,000,000. ^  f. Washington, Nov. ���������i^The President yesterday directed the issue76t.;, a: pardon to  Reuben Young; con vie ted of being concerned  in a Euklux conspiracy^ aud sentenced to im-  prisonment tor10 years and to pay a fine ef  $5000.    .  delegation? from the Geographical So'ciety  and Herald Club. Stanley's first reception in  America will take pUee" at the Lotus Club  4>a Friday evening.  San JFranciseo,. Nov. 19���������The Idaho replace* the Prince Alfred on the British Columbia route and sails to-morrow. Following are the passengers for Victoria:  Jamea Hood, P. Stoker, Wm. Meyer, C. B.  Talcot, O, C. Boyle, Mrs A. Walker, Mrs F.  Taleot, Martha Glide, EliRtbeth Foster, W. H.  Bryant, J. Vogel, C. Boseu, A. B. Freeman, T.  Cline,. Miss M. Francis. J, C. Baker, wife and  child, H. Blaekman. wife and infant, William  Eddy and wife, B. D. Mason, wife and boy  G*o. Hood, wife and Infaut, Wm. Montgomery and wife, Mrs Harris and daughter, A. A  Biackman and wife, W. T. Patterson, wife  and infant, T. J. Alexander, John A. Martin  Wm. Cunningham, J. L. Franklin, and 21 in  m  Washington, Nov. 24-The Commission to  investigate outrages on the Rio Grande have  completed their report, which isvefcy lengthy.  They spent two hours with the President on  the subject yesterday. The Commissioners  confined inveatigation to a distance of 600  utiles from the mouth of the Sio Grande City,  estimating that the Americans included in  that limit suffered to the extent of $30,000,000,  M say nothing of tha murders committed by  Mexicans, They think if they had coa-tinued  their investigations as far as BIpazo, it" would  i������.ave-beea disoovere^ ihat tb.e .iotai ��������� Jo^ iD.  X0X"       0.y7xXAL&yy/yx'0.  \ Yale,.Nov,29-Vrbe Onward arrived at 11  a.m. to-day with about 15 tons freight���������no  jpassengerB^Sherelnrnedrat noon. If sufficient freight 'bn^riiiifwarr^^ trip  she will be^ Up again^ bri Sunday, cfefierwise  she will lay: up tor tbo winter. It,baa.:been  raining heavy all day, and the river ii rising.  \ H *5 *'///./VICTORIA.;."��������� -yA^'y/i.'  I Victoria^ Ndyi, 297-The steamer Idaho; flye  inyti from Skri Francisco, arrived at Esqui*  inalt at 6 p.m. on 25th. She brings an Eug-  Ush and Canadian, mail.'v: ; -   "x'u  1 Mft Hunter, y M.P P,-~-This.*, staunch independent has twice declined employment at  the bands: of the McCreight Ministry,���������once  declining : to siiryey jnrt*tf ic lands, arid agaih  ini.dec\inirig tbe Suryeyor^eheralship of; the  jProyincei Having^iundertaken to represent  hie constituentst< Mir Hunter has felt it to be  his diity! to decline 'any favor at the hands of;  this Goyerriment; The rare political'' jewel I  ^������������������[Victoria Colonist  ';,:; ' 0 0'' 7 a'    / y  I Victoria, Nov. 29���������A public meeting at  Lillboet endorsed the action of Cariboo with  ^regard' to the Indemnity of members. .  j Mr John Simirious, of Dundas, Canada, was  brdained to the Wesleyan Ministry, and  comes as a missionary to British Columbia.  f A small party of Surveyors, under MeClure.  .C|P.R,R,. have been instructed to irarae*5i-  |ately survey a line for a road from Hope to  Burrard Inlet,  }  David Brown, a native of Suffolk, England,  died last night at the Royal Hospital.  !   The, British camp at San Juan was evacuated on the ltd. : '  | Fred. Foord has been appointed J.P. for  Salt Spring Island.  :; Mr Desrdney may attend the Commons this  session.  | The agents for the Imperial Insurance Co.  ihaye:: received instructions from the. Home  -.office to Increase rates of premiums on mer*  candle risks 30 percent    :.������. 4 ���������;,.���������-���������..."  ���������.;..., -,,v-P|:vU^^sf^E^: A, A 0i0i  Aibany; Nov. 20^GraritV majority in the  State of New York Is officially declared to  :be .56;695^;; ix 00 > ���������;{.;." tX0-\X A   'X A A  [ New York, Npy:, 26--The Bteamsbip Baltic  arri ved to-day. She h ad a rough passage.  She brought the captain and crewj 19 in number, of the British: shij) Assyria; which was  water-logged arid abandoned on 19th inst.���������  The .crew was, rescued, -with great difficulty,  and lost every I bin g. :0 Ay. lyy '":���������. y f. 7 A A.y  The Egypt arrived yesterday. She encountered a heavy gale on 18th and', suffered seriously, ;'���������'..    ,;; riAll;' ;i 'yy A X y 1 7  The Enropa, froni' Glasgow, whieb arrived  yesterday, met tbe storm and lay to 67 hours,  .-; The Steamship Carolina, of ��������� Baltimore;'i'fbr,  Li verpbdl^ on October 26th was found sinking  by the bark Maygunow The captain and his  wife and crew of 25 werei brought hero.  New York, Nov. 27���������Father Burke last  even ing del ivered the closi ng |ec tube in, reply to Frotide before an immensely crowded  audience. Froude will rejoin on Saturday  evening.' ���������;. ,  It is now pretty well established that Pevy,  the missing Kentnckian, has absconded probably to South America, with a considerable  sum entrusted to bim at Louisville to settle  New York obligations.      :  Chicago, Nov. 27���������A New York special  states that Daniel Drew settled North Western  shorts with Jny Gould. It is also stated that  H. W. Smith settled. Drew's losses are not  less than $1,600,000, and Smith's $1,000,000.  Boston, Nov. 27���������Nine victims have been  recovered from the ruins and identified, and  25 still missing. The contributions to Harvard College fund now amount to $10,300.  New York, Nov. 27���������The storm encountered  by the Baltic on the 19th was of terrific violence. The captain, who has crossed the At  iaotic 132 times, saya it was the worst storm  he ev^r experienced.  ���������   'EUROPEAN. ",  Paris, Nov. 26���������The majority report of committee on address was read in the Assembly  this afternoon. It is a strong indictment of  the Radical party, insisting upon a responsible  ministry. It was moved to postpone till  Thursday, and the motion was carried, but  result is regarded as very favorable for Government, The President's supporters in the  Assembly believe this vote virtually ends the  crisis, and that a similar majority is sure for  Government next Thursday.    .  Paris, Nfov. 27���������Tbe cijy is quiet this morning, andthe'FrcrlooeB are reported trsaquil^  MINING INTELLIGENCE:  ; XtGHTNINOCRBBK.::  ��������� The Boss cb. are drifting up. stream, but  as yet-have found no pa^ J: The South Wales  cO; are ��������� iriakmg ���������- wages itt thei r up per gro nhd.  The Victoria have enlarged th^  and raised She pump inrirdeY to put it down  double* acting. The Vancouver co| expect to  have their:pttm]) in position this week.; The  Clark;co.r have brokeri wheet shaft ^tare about  replacing it.; The Gladstone co, have broken  through with their second drive; ho increase  of watejVG Thtf; Eleyen7 of jEngland co.^ave  forked their water and are again at, work la  their diggings. The West of England are  fixed for winter work,i, and, .commence oper-  aUbtts^ori Thursday,     0,i. '"���������..��������� xlAy 0717 r  I 0X0 yy JACK W CUJB9 'C"R8RK.'^7"-'::: : .'���������  ���������i The v Discovery co. cleaned up 14 or. on  Sunday. The Two Sisters commenced work  again>on Monday noon, and as they are not  troubled with water arid: the frost does riot  injure them, anticipate no trouble in working  all winter. The Two Brothers are opening  oiit preparatory to1 sinking; tbey expfect j to:  find cjLay in a ie\v more feet,: y" v;'!;': :; r[;-:  .'���������...:'-' :''A0��������� WILSON ouiihu.  i. Affair prospect; has; been disco vered I on  Wiison gulflh and soriie groun3 recorded ��������� on  the strength of the prospect, ^ We shall be  ������lad.; to- hear of ^the further succeas ot the  .dwcoyerersl' ' ���������..;.?;_''       '..- -:.,,���������.;      '.-. 0  '[/ A 7. i yXly.,, ���������"', -k Ariyisy ��������� cr������kk.  "��������� 'The rFoPter co, Jhave  the bottom of the sh aft, and  have found  some gold ; they purpose sinking about four  feet in the rock before .drifting out.    The  Perseverance co. are doing well.   The Minnehaha are still running the drain ahead  and will start washing shortly.   Other companies still prospecting.!    A- 7     ���������  bVrd?rbclr all over  MINING COURT.  *  [Before H. M. Ball, Esq;, Gold Commissioner.]  Tuk3������at, Nov. 26.  : A, iJoHNSTbxieAxn. J. J. ;RoBisRTsoJf.^-Tbi3  was an action in equity for the recovery ot  one-fourth of an interest in the Point co, on  Lightning creek, alleged to have been held  by defendant in trust tor plaintiff.  Mr-Park, who appeared for plaintiff, said  that ,hjs client and the defendant entered into  an arrangement?to, purchase a half iqierest in  thefiPointoo., 'febe! held m the aan^B)������!p0the  | defendant;  that subsequently the plaintiff  agreed to, onenge the quarterV interestf owned:  by him in the Poiritifor 16M full irilerest^ifr  the Clark co, owned by thejdefen dant, 'subject.  to the Clark claim paying' according to the  representation of thejdefendant-vAftervciting  some authorities in support: of his --views of  the duties of a trustee, he called  A A. JohuRtorie, the plaintiff, who said that  souie time about the end of April, 1871, de-  ten dant and himself^^entered^ into an agreement .to purchase jointly & half Interest in the  Pointco.| tliWt ^e; ieftt1 defendant'5$75i arid  afterWards gave Wm: $5Q; impref:\towards the,  ���������purchase riiori^  fendarit to hold the claim: in bis, name., as he  had great confidence in him ; that he had  paid the whole of the assessments until June,  1872; with';'the exception* of $82;; which ;wa������  paid by defendant; that he had always at*  tended the company. meetings; i^ the spring  of this year��������� defendant ask^ hftn:^b become a  member of the Clark co.; said he did not wish  to invest, as he considered it a bilk, having  Worked in 1 he claim before ; but;some time  during list: sum^r,'; thfej Clark /having; ob?.  tained a good prospect and as defendant was  anxious to obtain another buarter in  the  Point co., Le asked defendant what the Clark  had paid, and upon his representations Was  induced to give a quarter interest in the Point  for a full interest in the Clark, and in ad< i*  tion $400 when taken but of the Clark claim,  plaintiff retaining his right to represent the  Point and throw up the Clark if the bargain  was not an agreeable one to bim ; worked in  the Clark until the middle of October, when  he became satisfied that tbe Clark was not as  good a claim as was represented, aud therefore told defendant he wished to draw out of  the arrangement; defendant said he was not  such a fool���������he had made a bargain and. intended to stick to it; plaintiff never received  a bill of sale of Clark claim, in fact.no written  agreement;  in tbe transactions no money  passed between tbe parties.  Cross-examined���������Defendant never asked  him to become a member of the Oiark co.; did  not remember asking defendant to keep: the  interest in the Point co. in his (defendant's)  name, as he (plaintiff) Intended to become  bankrupt.  Joseph Shaw (a shareholder in the Point  co.)���������"Hecollecta plaintiff attending meetings  of the company, where he represented a half  interest; looked upon plaintiff as a partner;  thought the amount of dividends in the Point  co. about $2600 to the interest.  Cross-examined���������The last .company meeting attended by Johnstone wa^inthe middle  of Jabt-, summer. :���������"  ;H. Siieppard gave evidence to the stihw ���������<.?-..  feet as Shaw. .  v'John Blythe���������Recollected a conversatiou  hie bad with defendant at Vanwinkle In August last, in which he stated that Johnstone  did notowointhe Clark cl aim.  A Mr Robertson, who conducted-bla own cas^,  Said he would make no statement, but trust to  his evidence.   He then called  Louis Kirkpatrick (a shareholder in the  Clark co.), who testified that, about four  radnths since Johnstone admitted to him that  he was a shareholder in the Clark co.iaB he  had made a private trade with Robertson of  a Quarter interest in the Point for a full interest in the Clark ; about ten day's since plaintiff was complaining of bis bad luck, when I.;  told bim that I would give him $100 for his  interest in the Clark; which he refused. '" ���������! ''';���������'  : OroRsexarained���������Never 'baw plaintiff attend any of the Clark co. meetings., [The  remainder of this witnesses cross-examination,  although unimportant, created considerable"  merriment, trom his extreme earnestness and  evident dislike to tbe badgering of counsel,^  Reexamined���������Believed the Clark books  correct showing atnouuts, paid by the olaiw  iriAugust.  A Hugh Phillips (a shareholder in the Clark)  said:plaintiff told him he was a shareholder. Iu  the Clark co., and that plaintiff had offered to  sell his Interest for $100 and the assessments  dtie.on it j witness bought into the Clark op., ;  and defendant never guaranteed the claim to ������  ^y*...    .'.'.' 7 -  I Solomon Cadman said he was' on his way  to Vanwinkle on> tlie 10th of June when be: ���������  overtook the, plaintiff,-who;asked him if. (he;,  wanted to.invest In the Clark co., as it .was  paying well, and had paid at intervals during  the summer, but that he wanted tb get^ out of1  it; the same evening'Robertsontold him^thnt"  Johnstone owned a full interest i^the Clark;���������  eo.,land advised witness to purchase; aUerT ,  wards saw Johnstone, but could riot agree  ab out terras. : *'  '*0  ���������James McMillan:testified that about the 9th'  of November last, durlrig. the time he waa  working with Johnstone, asked bim , why.. b������  traded tho Point for the Clark ; he said Ihe  Point was not as good as theClarWat the tlriie '  be traded on account of.tbe expense ot work*  ing; that the trade was made before the d{s<*���������?���������  corery of big pay in the Point, and e,t the  time it was only paying.8 to.1.6 p������..to;the uet,  and plaintiff's health* would riot permit him '  tojw:ork��������� in a wet claim; dnriiig' the* time witness, worked in the Clark he made out a balance sheet for the company, and Johnstone'ii  name figured in the list of eharbholders;  plaintiff asked witness how he stood In the  Clark claim ; took the books; examined them,'*  arid'was satisfied with the result* *^-: * '  v v Cross examined���������Received the books from  Robertson, and tbe shareholders, although  surprised.at the amount of indebtedness of  the:;elaim, were satisfied that[the accounts  were correct; ...    ...  \ ;By the Court���������Plaintiff gave witness distinctly to understand that he had traded- the,  Point for the Clark.  y Plaintiff (re-called) said that he told the*  witnesses that he would get a bill of sale froni -  Robertson to* give them.   Cross-examined-*  Was satisfied theeyidence of the witnefi8eav  waseorrect.  I The plaintiff vrai then askpd by the Court  Why he had tried to sell an Interest in the  Clark at;fteiiraev he; had teatifi  own itt "to^ whichi the^ pltowrcould give no:  8at!8fafttory0r8ply,v5beyondvthathe.hadvra        ;  a verbal agreement thaiheWiehedtoget  Of.    .        '*      .'.,!   ' /  ,    .:,,   ,     ,       -  Mr Robertson fested his^caB^ entirely^ott v  the evidence, and left itin the :hatids^:tbe:  Court. L ������������������' '-,,' : -y   '   " -.*���������': - A>yyi< 1-. ;X..-;.: x.  Judgmentfor defendant wkUh opsts.. y  Clinton Hotm..���������It will be rieeh by adver-  tiBemerit iri another column that an old Cari-  booite, Mr Thomas Spelmanr has* entered  into partnership with Mrs J. Smith to con*  duct tbe celebrated.Clinton.HoteL- -Wa wish  our oId irlend Bucsess in his new eriler-  priBe, and have no donbt that tlie already  bifch reputation of the houBe will be maintained.   ...."���������'''������������������'���������'.���������;'"���������  BaiwardV Exvrkss arrived on W*������dae>-  day morning, brindng the mails and one  passenger, Moses Adleiv [The down Express  leaves tomorrow morning with the following passengers :-H. M. Ball, J. .H. Sullivan,  Sanderson Pearcy, James Nicholson; J. W.  Wilson; Miss Miliey Ward, and an Indian  lady.,   .y: ��������� 0 01 000 '-������������������   0x  ; FiwB.T-rThe alarming fire in Boston lias  stimulated our Brigade to renewed activity  to prevent tlie destroying element from lay-.  ing waste our hearths.and homes. The vigilant and popular captain has gives orders for  the 'construction of sleigbaito be u.������ed lor  hose carriages during the winter, and tbey  will be finished shortly and placed in position  tor immediate service. ::,  Tub interests of Mr Pearcy in the Forest  Rose Co., advertised for,sale by auction laa������  Wednesday, were purchased at private %%\������  for the company. _      . '' Sfafem.,  MEST CALEDONIA���������THEtCOUNTRY^-TO  WHICH: THIERS   BANISHES riCOM^  .:  ' .M-UNIS-TSr. ��������� xA  . ���������-   '   ;   i( ���������'   ;-   v  v ��������� A^i&r'fe^  '*BtJnfe;p^  ���������munilt^^^I^ 0e4^|^v^^f-??:  -of 'French GommunistB ;l)aev juat ibeenfl anded  ihereV ^ria* -^ofoeitfea ofttie ilaoe^wbicff they  selected fean^^ 10 y x.:  Cook,r������^Wi^  vb-aii^  * Ballade^ ga^e^W pf,  ine/naily^  foTwgQer8t;;"?!AtteT. an; Interval of'eighteen  y ears %itie: ;Frenrifr tiavig:ator id^ntrecasfceaux:  0:0imw<mtyv^mvffi&is- '0*0* wiiuni'W*?&ri  .wiieifctinM  , n^nr# ^-ttei ?1843^Mgri^ ^bmre^ian-bd^ilief  crpsfiy in *Amata> fand assumed the jtitie- py  Bte^^^^dfricese; which now-biekraIbis'  Tiame,>but in 1B47 his.hpnse was^pillagedaed  'burneottanj he* had- tcM transfer? his"'residence  S ItWasAro^  ���������'.���������.-.���������:'.V'-:..''.:V'..v?'.-::*     ' .f ���������*'.-���������>.���������������-,���������������. i-;.-.-���������> i. ���������    .������?���������������������������'������������������.';    ,:���������?,'.?������������������:.' i.e.-v. ..���������'���������     ���������������' *���������! .i ... \l.:!..  .,..  ���������emmentitook: possession;-ofdthe group; o������; islands as a^enal"seMsfie^^  ������l! 'hope :6f reclaiming or civilizing'the na-  tiveavfVanisned.}:xAY.o*t< Frenchman : lSvinoto-  riously -a bid colonist. f������;-Tbe one;excepfcion to  thi# iiife^p ffears fd*be tft e ^Frerich'tn issipri"ary3  ���������"������������������.��������� -���������'Jtfctlr'.fi"- ���������:- 'st"\.^^,^7iin*;.''1***L,*iv,;'rj'i_^^ .1 ���������"',���������.*?.;  who commoBty furniabea a brilliant 'example  of deyotedness to ibis: sacred calling?;r; and  Mgri? Bdnare hadsshcceeded; in persu ad ing j the  nines'to pariato'thismBelTeBTto agriculture?  anld; eveffttfburid'rougfivho^  ���������v *ai ������^'fx*H--.^i..-.;.: my y.xyA0i Xx 'xyyxyxx.  French Boldieryv * ?TbeqBoldiera accuse ; tbe  .priests t of .-wadt. of patriotism���������of caring "more  HOTELS^ RESTAHRANTSft ftc.  ;"': vxyi>y?i\yy -. y'Air Xxy::-7AX A'A. 'fr'l i xA'Ai  ���������'">Xr^'AMiXiiiAA- AttyyyX'l -r-Vy 0:y7yi,A-  t?:-;  ,. i .    .-.-."'    ..."'*. ' '���������.",��������� 'ft  ���������Beg^'infoVm^tiiiBl^ ^e pub li^tna^tb^  hWro tftaen the well-known premises; lb* Barkcrvlll  sb long favorably ;patrottlsed, white'la tbe ocoupatlon  ofMrNvCuBio;,;;:,:;,  -,���������)*:  MISCKLLANEDUS.  ���������gy  h.hs^uvvv;  ���������Xx''0.y0 0L.z\py-AvyyrXlX0: \'XXX''1 Mv.  wiUjbo^mariu^urodand  tall ln|Ua purlt/iarid I/^VJ-:^.'"'." ��������� ,��������� >-t* ., V;:%;;':f '���������...''  jisc Cigars  boBBtantlykept'OD band.   ��������� '      l;J    "   "\;-'        ���������'  & BEEBINS' ^  W^RCEeTEi^aHm^E iaoc  }i   : Peclarodby Oonnolsseureto be ly  ]' l-: '���������'���������T^AoKVFX&dopi ^AijciA:7  ���������','������������������"��������� ���������".:&-���������*���������.i  \  Xry)'/..- yXt-ivi yX   ;..;���������/! .V^;' ^}&'->���������'���������<'���������'���������>:������������������&'iKX'���������������������������������������������������������������  : Caution agamst/Fr.aud.^Thf suecesa or this  most delicious and 'unrivalled ������C������ ndlmeat .<avlng  caused certain dealersto.appljr t?y nameo*.': Worces  tershire; S an ce *������ta iij'efr "6w n \ njferlbr O'^upountl b. . the  publib Is hereby 1 hformed t battW Jttiy way to -pro-1  cure tKejgeuuiiic.ia to'   07 :J: ���������?>������>���������   ***:-i������;i ;;,: ���������-. ;'^U(  iisk for iaa:A & .#^saisra'rii,'^D^  and to see' th'a t; tb oi r.'.ri am es aro* upon the wbappkb  Lk"BBL8iaTOPPKR',aiid BomE; ��������� XA^f ��������� ,f&$ ������������������ ���������'��������� >0A:r;A  I Soma of tli afore Ignuiuarkets havln g( -bee b supplied  With a spurious ^orcestershlre^auc^uppb '{  per and.labelB'of wh'icli t'he ria-meaiorLea ^ri'ti^errlns'  ^'avevbeerf vfo'rged ;.''L:vaiid ��������� ���������-^Pgiv.e-notice tliat tHey  have )f atD.lBb ed t h e 1 r c or respoflden ts \ wi tb power ol  at tor ney ftp % afc 3 .ins tan t: proceed i rigs*: again s vlmsjum  PAOTbttBEsand: Vendors o I sucb,, or any other lmita*  'ibri8 by w li I cbt liel rr Ij^lit m Ay^ b e'i nfripged ��������� y.: Ayl: ��������� ��������� {  IName on Wrapper, L^������1, BotUev-and  ���������j | '"-   A0 y.v,f *   7xx.: ������i'"<^ ��������� ���������"-.;!  T"'  .:*~'. ;*  ���������'   > r:; Stopper.   ..' r y f tl   ^ ....  :' j  #*u ':  ,'* -   " v: V:  ^Ifi'-^^fiW^i^^  Betl's-and^ acco-mmoclatiCnv provided -for tlidlr   ctis.'  mn^X0Ax Ax00A0x00X0:00y^^^  t '��������� -. ;if������->v ��������� 5 '> 1 i U .' h7 '-^'i xAli XxAy.y i :���������>::��������� lJ.^._b'i  - j?';., f.. '..*>  f :#A?  ^he^prieate^yrlth jeaeop^rajoln that there is,  ���������no1.'-medium bbtweenf civilizing icabriibals;��������� and  ^xft*rMHn^ih^|?i^  t&^viBv'th^^rriier;- f Hdweyir^thier Wweil'W  the^gqljjle^  priests? ^^rtetfatetparaly^^ ,:T!he^ natives,  b^v^relilrBed to;^eatiBlbaiisnr^^ the only; >re-  .-.fl.iJnT^e^B^g^ .^larid' !de^  ���������oid^'^f; vegetable producta',rind1 of animal  life.  "The land has been reported jas., aurifer-  , ���������-biiB^vtriitl tbe ffBjfen'cB?; Gdvertiment brie nrii-  ^nnl^Ea^ed-Dlridran  ^ggew.; At present:\i'( ja;J ^njemplateSI;tb  Btation.'ihere no:lje*sa.������'hari*ten ihousarid": Com-;  ������n iinista sunder the: riufyeillaaeri of pne; jegi-  fnent. 'Vv 00\ ?w \ *i t *���������> ���������< h^ *-. * -Vt  ;...:.-.-:    ;"' ..' ��������� .";":*.. ������-...'���������;,, :��������� ;���������.;...��������� ;���������;������������������-;.. ��������� ���������:' ��������� -.4r^'.vto,"-, i^k  ���������,mjw  ^i.���������.''������'  sf^tV^T  tV.-'  . Y^ ;'MhB:^LM^  ^krif autlior^in Brazil claims1 to haVe^discov^  ������rM thisprfiriitiye Iangiiagiiof;inani'rihd'iibt  only^boldl^vmakes the filaim, but asserts that  beflt������Mejreadyip|prpye JJ to }the entire; satis;  faction of linguists and anthropologists.. And  this is ntfi^-tf dead 'langilage^ -DuV-a livirig,  breathing;,, speaking fpality; and ia spoken  oyer & region two hiin d red leagues' I ri le rig th ���������;  one well kno.wn; and -accessible to all, ;and  where ^cie'nti*2c linguists; may with facility  Verify'the facts 'thernselveB. ; iH  ' ''Th^V^^o-foa^ilian' Times, of: July 24th:  ���������contains ani.announcement of a forth'cbni'inff  . ������.-.;* j -'V.-X-. '���������   y'X  v-.::".>;i   ���������;���������*���������;   ���������;; ���������;: .���������.:.���������,.���������; '��������������������������� v ?'  ';'.t^  wonder in a work which makes the above  proposition perfectly;tplaijQ.v"-.-in fact demon-  strates' it- It is now;pasainf through the.press  In Rio de Jarieiro iri thjr������������flanguages���������Spanish  (iri which the aiithorns manuecrip^ts are), arid  English and'Frerioi. prepared under his own  super vision. (, His; name : is for < the present  withheld, but the Times, in an editorial, as-:  ���������serts that-this author is riot a ��������� new man, nor  one whom* f riexperienoe or pretension might  begaiie into an erroriepus appreciatto ri o( the  evidence supporting bis discovery. He is of  high social) poBitiorijBOt unknown to scle-noe,  literature and pnblic life. A highly educated  intellect baa fitted' bim to exploi e and find;  and comprehensive, arid cosmopolitan study  rind travel, have qualified bim to compare  and classify his matter and thought with profound assurance.  0t   yx ,J,:������ T   *"    1*'t   ,> ;.;-' ii? t  '*\% r- s0  * fciXA  ' f)X f<������'   "lAVXl'.. i Ar- hu Qi -��������� X" .. 0"XX yy ���������- >. vv.'i;Ju  PHIS OLD iroiwMiiiKNbwft  I,'de alwxtyi^ttppUed Wlth-the |bestjpf ;������vrerything  : Wbolesale and forexpor,tb7itheProprietors, WPfc  cies ter ��������� Gross e arid Black wel 1 Jion.a oja t &c ^4 *.\ '017  ���������by Groeors aridOilm������ri antverBaliy   l yy: "yyy. :\0-  '��������� i e������"*v y 3-yyi  t :y.ixy.0*y ������������������*���������,: x-..x ��������� v.:^- "vp  ibat camitia.propured in,,Carj"bopV.V.;f  ;.).-. t -1. >-������ .���������,,..-;; -.;��������� _������r ,rf{;  ! -,'/,}j ,   ��������� '"���������:  tRElHi:  .ft     .-'l.,!  "!'!'.'J  :' - Ai IX t p : {  jTbe Celebrated  y ���������������. ,^.;  *;jn7^  AB-onorldrirttcle tb ;ahy 'which Pari bfe had from' bo-  low/ Itbasted and 'Ground -on,the 'premises ��������� from tbe  "best selected; berries;' i and Warranted free from: adal  eratipn^i; Xxyy* yy 0:]'  VM?AX\i\0 A000X0 *  jf.'o. GOODSON//  :���������-:   ���������.-���������������������������.���������.  'i    nif.J    ,:,>������. i  ttjtf-f*      -t.^.K.i,,  ���������iSv f  SO .TO AKNOUKCK.THAT THLYHAVK ItEUOVKD  to the: spacious promises formerly known as tbe  St.* Oeorg������ Saloon, where they Wilt be at sli tim������  prepared to fdrnlSh '������������������'���������'��������� '���������'''���������    '��������� ���������' ���������,: ::" A  .. Aboard  and ;^icbials:-: -;/  OF   THE   BEST   qUALITY;  The   BAR U fttrnisbed wtth||tbe aoestJWSHSB  UQU0R3 and CIGARS.. :  IA01JP jinaka room: for Springy Goods,  \ XJ t:*000 A^!xyy0: 0 0 ;,;������������������  -yyiyAA ,  Tb# ��������� -nhdeisigned" begs td Inform the Miners'  :-\yy.iyy%: aof^Gariboo'that hels\0 -X 00  1  Jbe following class of Goods, especially  ���������:0Ap"Ay v^^svlected;.ior;''Miners::' rA'yT-y--  And a Very Fine class off  elV-Sm*  *mv^m^������i  A fine selection of  Aflneasaprtmentof J  Briar-roo1? Pipes,  !,������������������1,    ;���������'.' ji; -y   *   ''���������     '     *'-    '���������       ���������       ' '���������  'SgrViXX and exarriine prices.^^   The  ���������Qoods will be sold VERY CHEAP for Cash.  ���������?���������  ���������  my 25"  MISGBLLANBOU3J  j   t tbaFLOREMCEisib^bestS*wl������fL-;>  Machine,ff6r. Family ^s^ bjscaus* It  K   to seldom gets '.but ctfbrdar.   If there) ;���������,  <   ,H>he not; working well In    c ,'.  r::': ' "GALIrtORNIA^    '   <    :   J*-'.' ' f>i  p-;"-: ::mE<tetl/A0yyyy Al  70     WASHINGTON TERRITORfi,^  :-'V;^ .NEVADA ...^.���������;.jf:-.."l;  i'V ^e;^v}DA.HO^' ;c^.^'^ *^^t- ^  f''"���������; "'������������������'ALASKA ������������������'' ������������������ 'a'���������' ��������� ���������'^^������!'-';'v- ������������������*x-''T:''-.A'  100 BRIT ISM iotUMBi^  A y-yxMexico, "   ,\'; '���������';'���������';'. ';  j,,.;,.-' JAPAN,,   .   .- f.;. :,���������   ....... >  j ;OrKCHINAylflnformeiJ of Jt, I will  I :,i������j*j It' wKKoW any iexpehse> te? *h������:  rh������.*^^vM^;'/r;i;-(.V;v;::.'!a.>^^li...:;i'*'^ -y^i* ���������'���������'"-������������������ ,>f-*iS*-  ;v���������. owner*        v;..'v'.;':_:-,.::v,;.v;;,.,.,;.^,\:-.,- fv;:.:;  t ���������:������������������.   .  '.- t  .# \:'V  ���������f'iii���������. ������������������*��������� :.:(.(*-  ���������;\ ��������� fi Jk K;;*K������ A "^ -18M,C:A -Li  , ... _ }/ijr'Circul"iH:*  the woric'.   Active Agents .wanted In{  ���������very place.       ,.   ^ ;...:'���������'������������������������������������  Under temporary' arrari^ement for eorivey*  ance of-the Mails from  Cache Greek^to  The undersigned has p laced a< line of Passea*  .:; ,^ger Stages on the - ;; ��������� 0**70.  ���������'������; ;v  Running jn close connection with the Stages  from Yale to Barkerville. ;    v ; ��������� ^       j '  /; Persons .visiting Ihe-Okanagan: District will  findtthis by fari;the most convenient iao.de cif  travel.,. ' ': -00x. xl- A V-y uXrx0-7--.  jp&- Stages, leaye Cacha.Creeli on Wednesday mornings at 10. o'clocki 'rind will return,  tbe following week in-time to cbnrieci with  the Stages going North and South. 1%  Will be transacted over the route.   Freight  Oarried.  : Parcels ; delivered.    Commissions  executed.   Collections made. *" :-0 *  au24 2m F. J. BARNARD & CO.  ARE prepared to Jhrrilsti Iura"ber at their ifllls,  ^William Croek, or deliver it to order.  1 *'-s-'���������������������������'���������������������������:'������������������   ;;'" - ;  "��������� ;��������� A ���������'���������'���������,.���������������������������  LUMBER DELIVERED^N LIGHTNING  CREEK.  Having a  also furnish  Planing|Machtn������ la operation they ,wiH  at satftfacteffgr ra*4*s.  %

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