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The Cariboo Sentinel Oct 14, 1871

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".  /"N-nv Wcstiiiiinstor,,:   -^^���������,.^'^t,-t^! ';/.-jVjbhn'Murray.'v.  . "Victoria,������������������'.'..-���������������������������.��������� ������������������;;���������;- ':>;, ��������� ���������.,.������������������'-.������������������ ".,-/,'' -fohn Collehs  jBo.lu & Co.,- ^     ���������   --^ ��������� -'*��������� .'-������ +������'--.'i( San Francisco  ��������� ��������� :- ' -i." '.Bi'A'Hr;&;C^/,:' "j:Wi;i  I^If ^COjiSa? Ai^E3^SI?iOAGENGY;  .410:5|ant'*ofier.y ���������fitrer^jb; :���������;:.���������...���������_���������...,  .Are our authorized, ApreDtsiti.San Francisco;  w  ���������1  IT  ; :    . l      TITK 'CARIBOO SK^TINEL ,/a\^/  ��������� ''IQ������ 'PR!iSlTiN^-OFFICE���������  ^ 1.11 r <l s. 0' r c i i 1: n-s V)' os I������rs a n d P r b er rath m es: fo r  . prt'lfe "hivU Tlioatncnl I^utertainmenta    /  j^^.������ci!c:uiejl wiili n^atnessand disgat^b^j^  V',,. ��������� -.'.������������������ ���������'''iMnyH..niMeralc,.;:/^.T-.^;^. .    : >���������  :.. !::A I^lXJU^OF'BlUftA^S^V^P-:  h ,:":;    -:   I % 'V������,T '" ' "I ���������     ��������� '������������������'������������������. ''       ��������� 'y ' ^ |."b Y 3  |.l- *��������� A: .r  Witut with.1 In* Pond's Jubilee at-ilia Tfttfean  jukI ihe Kin:v-'s ivc^piion at *the Quirinal, ii-  Tmir'M s-tmm as if the Pomans had .bolj^ys  ,-mtv\\ ��������� Si^Vi last !.h'jm^0Prn,lip; rest oT tSe? year;  Tt't ftt������in* rbiv-s scaro'eiy recovered from the  ���������vcoileitiieiit of those atispiciqua'events,when a  nevv coniinptwir is/������cre������.ted" by ''ibe arrival  w i tit i ri i ty w a I is o f ./An to'ino Gaspar ono, tbe  * f amoi'is'Bob bei*' Ciiief, wi tb ^m rem uants, pf  Jiis band���������, ti6\v again "ae'ethg the free_ 1 iglit bf  <lay, uftef forty-six year's imprison men-.'   Men  - of the living ge ri era i i 6 U ��������� m a'y be 'forgiven if  ��������� they p le ad co th p I e te igii o ra'n ce of a name  m mi ly to o wet I k uo w n d u'r in g 1 th e Po'h t i 11 ea te  0 f Leo X EI., a. Pope  whq al i;earl y reckons  'three successors in the..Iptiij list of reigning  Pu u ti (f h . .A t th e ti in e th at. Pop e Dttl Ut; G_e n ������r a  sal; in St. Peter's chair, GasparoneJ and. his  bandits*ware ;the, terror of: tli.e������������������-i'yontiec��������� dis-  lriot beiween - Frpfst none and- Terracin a, liov-  - enng  on, the hi lis" that skirt  tbo   Pontine  . ^farshes, with their bead-quarters at Sonnino,  the birth -pi ace and b a ui e of th ei r C b i e f.   As  . ��������� all the measnres  or Hie" Fttpat* Government  a<raittsU -these.:*, formidable j marauders^.- had  ]) roved * i n a v uvl i ag. a good > pr test. JI oiisigno r  Pellegrini, Vicar-General of Sexae, now'siill  -' living, thoiigh S7 yeai's b 1 dymet*the-13rigtmtis  in one of their mountain haunts, and, ten tiered  .   them, in the nani������ of the. Government} aifree  1   p a r d o n' a n (1  1 i b e r a I  pe nsipn s if' t h ey; \y quid,  surrender to the public force, and consent to  ({ii 11 th e ��������� Pap al. SI a tes u n de r.-So le in h ��������� en gage-  ���������'ineiit never to retiifh.  TheMerwas-acMpled  ��������� and the bargain struck.   The ;band,^ 22 unen  strong,  laid  down   thai p. arnia, and-'wefees-  ^cbrie'd' to-;Oi vi ta- ^ecdbia,:^vlieVe/ faifj. ftdfrrb e-.  '���������ing allowed to set- sail for some land of free-  ������1 orn, tl ix* y- \ve rb. ih row n 4ti t o -a j a U|"Wi til -an i n-  1 i in alio n th at, i n ste ad of th e'.. ������ all o ws ������w hi c h.  they had richly deserved,  their punishaient  ;* ' vould be, liMong-imprison'm^nfc^ /IJieyJ^ere  accordingly immured in the Sfca/ic fortress of  Bpolelo, aud tlie latter In that of Civtia Cas:  ' ,. leI! ail a, where; 11 po n: the ar ri y aj ;6������ \ hij !T.fca 1 i an  troops ou th ri r way to-Romea^year.^o,' 7 of  *^e 22 still survived,   Unon tfet* newsVf Vic-  'to t1 KmmanhePs. la tes v.isi t to hi 8,rnew< Gap ital-  *reae h in or tfieir 'pns'o ft,:.. Pietro Af asi/the only  fman.inrtbe band .who icould read or*.write;?  ire presen I ed to /! tbo 'Ki b g th a t GaVp ai*o ue :.a ml r  'his follow e rs h ad n ever bee n tr ied or. ey en in::  'die ted. a \\$, |I j a ii,; f^Jiateve r . m igB fc * ,be.;.ili e iK  orliiaes���������Gasparone b im se 1 f is sai d to h aye-at;  I e as fc fi f ty gi u r<le r% b esi d es -ara ons, ra p.esl a'O d.  hurglaries, oh his' conscience���������thej-law--'bfid;  float its holdvijppn' the.m after more;than thirty;  years' prescription^ aiicl they, were how; ;^nV  ti tl ed to a Hull; a n.d free re lease. .-The/, j izsti.ee;.  of : theirr deQiftnd^was* admifcted,'N;tlie;*s^ren  :prisoners are/nbWiat: large, andI,' if" .np.tr peii-;  sioned, ureVa'neasi$provided witli-.memis::'of  su s te n a n ce at a ekai'i tali le as v 1 u ra; for decrep i t  -old-well..   v; :'~y-"{y' '"'���������^'���������:v���������';'���������- ''���������;-*���������  ^ The rep or ^r of ^heir/arrival re^awalceDedln  Rome th e m erh bries. of the i r for in er Wp I ol'tssj-  giving full scopeito. that popular love of^the  in a r v e 11 o us a'ud i th d". te'r r i b le w h tq h cliHt ws su ch.  gloiving pictures froin traditions dimmed and  :b i urred b y a l ohg. I apse. ������������������'. o f;: tl ihe. T he' old  eut-tlb'b'at'herbes"drove thrOugb/the/Streets'of  xmw j Jto in e '.a s: th e ��������� r e, i i cs b f tb at; 61 d jta) y/f r o tn  jUiffYich^lt is/to be, hoped, a wh ole age bf p yo-  ^i-'ess separates the present generation.': .Gas-  pai'bne is.ribiv 77 yeaVs.pf ageYand.hiSiypung^  est companion is^only ten;; years .his jnriior.  Tl ii ottl ii n sc re ai#s,, niad e. the i v, ap \) eara n ce/ i n  th'e (Jorso.; in the Piazzi���������; Farnese;: and. the  Campp dei..^i6r.i, :;ih>��������� 1 heirygala>"costiiihe���������!  co meal b a Is 'w i th fly ing* riband s a n.d;; pea co c (c  feathers, velyet jackets���������'-��������� and sli;orts^onm'so,p  sil k sashes, a n d h igb' gal fens V 'their, -sn o w/y  1 o ol-cs a n tl b ea rds, which reached do w n to  tlieir shou 1 ders and; bmasts, enbahcinff the  gl a nee p f.' th e i r d a r k eyes, t b ei r \y i 3d bit fc fi n e'  features, and their firm and erect hearing, indicative of a manly strength which nearly  h al f a' ce nt u ry' s c a p ti v i ty h a d not w ho 1 ly sub -  dued. A curiosity. not unmixed--'with a certain admiration wrung cheers from .the crowd  which pressed-everySvhere on .th.eir path, Hie  object of the general interest being, of course,  the C1) i e f. Ga s p a r o n e hi nisei f, wh o, b esi des  deeds of daring worthy of a second. Fra Dia-  v o 1 o. b oas Is o f; "y e ry c 1 o se re 1 a ti o n shi p wit h  Car d i n a I -Mil on el l^, th e so n o f h ia ; m o th e t*  sister, 12 years younger than himself.  Thenrswlves:a worn!er to the world;! these  old ruffians gazed; upon the world' wit'b wonder.: t lie discoveries o(' onr age, gas]ijr!its.  p tea ra;,enginesi tel egrap h w ires. - pbo tegraph ic  ap para In*,. ;a n ct- especial ly rt-yo 1 vers, ��������� filling  them wiib as much surprise as if %km ^yere  the Seven Sieepers just roused vfrom a h'atf-  cen t nry 's,;Shun b ers. Pe rh aps' th ey wo.n dered  how nil these changes might a fleet'any hi isi-  n ess i nth ei r former. 1 Ine, an d ��������� ��������� t bo'u gh t ho w  difficult���������though,-<as Ave know; not impossible  ���������i t.;won 1 d nb \y b e to b i d an ex press rai 1 way  tr a! n to ���������*.* Stand* an d cl������ liver," o r 'what start  wo n Ul gi v e a' pYnde i11. th i ef a clfanc e o f "esca p-  ing tlie gendarme, now that he can employ  'the telegraph .against j the bandit. . All I hat,  h 6 w ever, "would ii a ve p ass e d f'h rough tbei r  minds merely, aa'matter of specnlation ; for  o th e rwiae these nged pe usi o n ers are now n o I.  2 n 1 y .pe r ieefcly���������": liarm I es.s,. -b ii t, eve n p io us ly in-  cl i n e d. In %o m oU j jug less t li an 4 8 h o iirs th ey  had u 1 veady; visited most of the. lipruan  Churches, and Gasparon(\ who even .vy lien 'he  imbrued ��������� j:iis hatjds> and ra-ms an blood to 11 ie  e 1 b o.w s; j avo ro s cap u I ar i es��������� m u rri bled h is - Ave  M a ri a s, an d n eve r k * wo v Iced1U on S a tn r day.  b e i ng. I be,4 ay oo n sec ra te d. to -th e Vi rg 1 n ,4a/ at  pfeseri'f who 11y bent 6n ,cmat-ziiig" his soul,77  und .to .dblaiii 1 eisu re for. the -piirpose, has, ii\  ithe i neau ti tn e, h i re d h im. leif out a������ -a mode J  ���������to some Freueh arils ts, who* ^vaiit; -Lis fioo pa-  ���������tWarcbal head to personify %\OSes' in the \\r\ 1 -  d������ruess,cir Joseph in a *��������� tffccxa Painiglia.''  .[London Times. ���������" ��������� :' '"������**  r^i'^^imEi^mm^i^iy^n  yr-mi-.. ���������?���������?::: \Mi'^',/i-' *4i- -^ihtirUii:.'rhn*zy  ,-V'W;.o.   "JUST'lIlECEIVED^^/.n^i:'  tfj     iC   'I X    *   ,    i ?        ..,������������������������.,'        "���������������������������     - rfcx *���������* *!**   ������������������   - *^   i"*   /t .''/.iJ^i.-^ ' ���������    t :    I-    ;"   ;?   .      '  ..������������������*C,.  ^;'':r":"LADIE^Sb|^B^^  -  ���������-.��������������������������������������������������������������� mm^mpiMg^ >  ,.:������^? Newf Gpods;:'wHI-be; ^cSved/,every  week during,the.season, ^ggg:   'y s 4 , ���������   , f .  . / .BOOTS, SHOES,', [,. I  Glo^kmg   and .^OGerjesi  OP THE BEST QUALITY,       ���������': ���������  ^���������Eor^alaatthe^tijrc.o^  Viile.yhpoBitet'he: Baiik 6tlii'itikh'Cblaiiibhu h\-y~;  ".i'-jel7r^:'-;-..iV^ ^^- ^?.j'-*h*> usual���������������������������'>���������  ���������  OMMISSIOH,.::SI0HAGE,  A XD,  ��������� ������������������":" (relief al V: Agaiicy;" " ���������   ^. .%,_f JAM ES.".,J^*CK"HAK  aplotf Barkerville.  HI'STORA  G-roc������ries^ Brovisions. and  Liquors.  T: HAVE������be&n r:(;qh<'.stc(i 5*y ?sc vorsil"ruspecta hie .par,  I ������.[(������������������, w 1 ui c.ih t.;.s 1.11 y t o( lho <��������� inoauy oi iay*yamm,  io uKtua i a a U *: public th e fuel* t h a i  Moses' Hair lilf igorator ������������������  WIKL Wt^VK^P-nALpXKSS,.      ." ' .   .'^  -^. ; ! ������������������  KESmUintAlKtaAT.lSBECOMlKGTHW,  Oil; lUUAXG oV%.������ii.fi ullcctti-iUy ....  ��������� ��������� ;0tUt������:HUUKF\9.1f- ^VNpitUl*T.,'������������������/;., ,   '  ��������� Thfe'fsofrt'a'mWft asst'r'tih'ii'in;; nvy^port, tizVhnx*  in :11y jhjks������^C<>u nu������nereu^tu&'fcihrohials:hurtily 1 ug in  t!i')'Aiciu.^?iK ofiny reiiitiily. A'. . t - . ��������� .  - -I do not itfmiu-*-- pivi.-nul that 1 can mako tho hair  '������rmi'������n IknuIs -which hava hrcn haU far -years ; hut  I wi II ,<?u ara * tew tv stop- .thi- ha i i; froav la 111 n jf. mf, to  inrtHja^^iXs^u-o^Lli^i-iiatilo'citKin^Tinnov^chrior  SJWiii'jt'ie-i  i ��������� -.ij,  '���������? 4e^l:-'vri:l Si^^^-^E'a'1'  i>aPtuMv.a  1   '. ��������� iii;:,' .-**���������'������������!  j|^liiiB^I:::gp#f||  ;^ke;-t jf tf ������i^Vxi^|^ ^-; j! :y!^y^ y.  j*i iRI^iTHE:PEST;: STOCK! ������^--^"v;^  ; ^///^.;;;useirai5"best^opaghes! ���������*; ?;r.  iHA^^^  GARRY 'THfE M0ST^PASSEN(^R&liiS  And"guarahteb; to; con nect-(wi tb4he; Steamers  ������4-i������'*>.^--^;*;'^-:'vsat;feacb;eM>-?H"v:-':^ -/-^-^^.  '- ���������" Leave Barkervilie;*on 'Mondny - yU  ffc!** ; ;at Six-aiiii.,;reach Yale Thursday ? #j**  *���������-' ' ax Six' p.m..- and arrive a^Vic-^ v *  -��������������������������� ��������� ��������� '��������� -i;tbria ;oii Saturday:1 at Poute p:ih./^-^^;^:  E0ER;J)l������S,:i^^  'TravelleVfl  by " tlm  PAST- LINE  SA?E  FROM.'T WEteYE 'TO / T WENT % ^l)(5Bt AliS  had."  by Sofeioiteting,: as: ptlierviine^'Up,-^rif tiijii  road.'.;���������":.'���������������������������-. -. .:.'  : -.-���������.;-,   ;,-,'-������������������ ���������--     :������������������'������������������'���������--::  '   :- ���������'���������  G-elrow: &' Jolxnsdii'B ptaps^  \TT ILL-1 .EAVB BARKBBVTTAEi-BVERY TTEEK,-  VV    poimtMsilng vwi ill , tho Stonvnei-s  at; Quusaei-  mouth and/Yale,: wuh, H.ia\ ^^  Vaaseng*i\& '..      .  ..; '_"''':,     y. V  j:,_"'   .:. *.'/;':'". ���������.-' _.. ]  ;  FOR YALE & INTERMEDIATE PIECES,  ���������-   GEFIOW^   ^  Express  ;.;���������.-.;- .; oa.rut.es;-������ < \: ������������������'...:��������� ;���������;.'���������.;!':-:':  LETTERS, TREASUHE. VAU/ABLjS,      / 7 :;'  , EXPltKkS FREIGHT A^U "PAS^ENGEfiS  -A TBE BUG ED    RATES.  .-���������JK5T Collection!?, Commissions and General -Esprosa  business.dona with punctuality and dispatch. ./,. ..  i^r* Oifico ol tho .Cariboo Agency at'" :      ;.     '  '  :��������� MU DAVID KURTZ'S STOHE,?  iin29 - UarkuivillCi    ���������  Dandruir.  B:u'i:orvilh\U.C.:.  ,!��������� Steamer \/y^d^r3^.!:.;;;^.  AN-;A>TD:AFTERTKK;ISth. MAY, TEE SlEAllER  V   -Victoria will "     . ''  .'y^-'LEA^ESpDAyqREEIC  EVERY THURSDAY MpBNlN^,  Cunnocling Ucxt day with the Steamer ENTERFliiSli  ��������� :; at Cuttonwood Canyon.  '       '      ' .  ']';'; ,, will;lbave ^quesnel '; ;i;^'-  ; . .     i On th o ���������<) o w atrip e very ...        .. - ��������� *  TUESDAY    MORNilMG. . -  P'reidn fnirii Soda Creole to Upper Canyon ^.. 2\< cts.  - *:* . ' ".-.  Qm-rfnolv     ���������   ���������>?-'** '    lk     ....^Ja^a-v  FarefCOm Soda. Crook: to' Upper, Canyon...... ...... $i ft  Kar.o IronKiiiosin.',! id ",' ...,*'.��������� ...������������������������������������������������������" J  Faro In) in "Bo da Creole to QaeSnel......"    5  ���������linosnel,' May 12, 1871'.'   ���������'"    ��������� ' ' ������d.v20  r.e?:  '7 l&iM  .li gh t.Ni; m;g^^c:hI::e;k .  i f INERS A>?r> TR A DERS, fW " ������ n.'<l - U,t0 - *3j c^t r������ ������'-  ill Vantage LoiuiVcha^ou;t>iiJbdua^?wlicro.^h(jri'i^  HiRGS. :.MS91TIEIT. $j|p  0 f tili ve ry h est 11 its or ip tlon on h a nd, a n tl. th e St"v):  cohSlautlsrepi^isheM/r/ii'owurriva^. TheproiiiK-  -'.  tors will's ell-Goods  1 ' Btirk'l'rvHM J'^-.-0: l$'^  '.  fiv-^l:.'    i  7 AS CHEAP AS -ANY OT-  CARIBOO.  .Qrdp ir'f pr* W11 y Ull e d , a n a. for ward c d wi tli d i spsu let  ���������' ���������-" "������������������"'" ''.;   "'"'     J^'W. LlNblJAPfi.  ���������3  iaimui^iBeBa������ra������saigMai)B!i^ !lCBj������S9S������^w-������-***i.  > - ' r  . y'*���������: fi|||{^^l :l  ������m  mm-"-  .".,  s. ���������:  \ 11%''    -'."_  ,--. \m.-6  y. ��������� pk. if ��������� *  ^/;^i(J;||j';a..:  iff:.;--*     fl^fl . I" - ���������  ���������' m i  .-;.,    . ;rj.'#'/  ;, i  i:������ ;:  -.    i  /,    , 1; i|^f  :'-'.������������������     '     Vi-.' ���������   't'.V      !���������.      .   '  :/'..-:���������,;���������.'���������.'.     !:;   ,'3'      >?.;<���������   '  Tif E G AllIBOO SENTI|M,  SATORDAY. OC1V UV Wl.  AKOTHKR RICH STRIKE.  v'Grrat&tiihe^ Bat keryiUe  on Tneadfty on newfl/bfinK re������n>ed; that the  T������ft$t������tftri company had struck jcpbd pay  on Jack of CHiiiM.(^i������k;;:;^ii.dat(������/''whld  i* *i fttatttd below fcb^ First Ohancjft, or Disco y-  Mry ������omp*ny, ������������������in the flat, was lacated six  Hionths ago1b what was considf red by many  a very wnfay orabte posi tio a,r Mr Hi 1 to B, th a  foremao, ho .WW������was of; o piaio a that the  chmmi passed through the grou n d, and ex-  perienee now proves;hIs theory lo have been  correct  Their first shaft was bottomed about  ihe middle of June at a depth of about 80  f*et, -on rock piteliinf towards the creek}  another shaft" *as";-immediately "started and  bottomed,in the flrsf week of August, being  about 50 feet deeper^ with the rock still going  off *tn 'same direction.: They then at once  ���������'^commenced to put up a wheel and machinery,  which was flntailed \n iabout,fire week9, when  they started toAdrift across the -channel/ List  >tveefc,< having drifted 60 feet from the shaft,  they stiok a/snia(r hole v find! n;.thelVrbck: pitchy  tag ih theipp^oaite^i^  struck previously, ��������� thna defi ning the. wid th' of  ihe channel..>Jlhtj then proceeded tc-siak a  -ibiihd shaft iffaboiit the middle 6f:the:channel;  which they bottomed on Tuesday; finding a  uplendid prospect of six ounces, including, one  piece nearly two ounces. ,.The gold is generally coarse and well washed, and is found  ho th on th e bed rock an din the gra vel, an d  should equal pay be found throughout the  ground the, claim promises to be very rich.  It isTather'Riugular thiit/tbere is no wstter of  consequence'; ou the bed rock, sufficient to-  cause any'iuconveRieriee, while in the upper  /part of the creek the Vail lane our.company".  Iiave found it too lifeaffy to Piaster-   The Two  ^Uters;  company'.���������; are / no iv,^ ah put covering  their machinery in and fixing, for winter, work.  They:lntend^nikiug their'!sliiiftin rock;tethe  ������������������depth;.of the channel and opening out.  =, ��������� This discoy������xy, -promises' to be of the /great---  ffjiit Iin p orjance: to/the 46 wno f -Bar k er v il_le/ and/  ithti).'district generally.   From the earliest date.  .������> f' p rospec ting in U ari boo a t i n terv al sif u tile  ���������wtteuipts have been made to ftn d ou fc w hat  Jack of Clubs Creek real 1 y wits wo"rth, but  ���������Tiotuing;'Wa8;eyer;fpuiid tiUHlie^irPtiChaiice  -compaay sthick a" prospecV:last;.March, on:  ���������;wh'iit: ip:novv proved, ti������ b������ a; bench/ and :npt  vthe-channel; of: the -c'reek'i v'Durin������r; this atim-  *ti ; fer a good deal of p roe pe b ting -'Has bee n do n e  ������i b o v e the tn '��������� so fa r 11 nsi i c ceasf \ tl I y. bit t m -.  Areased interest: will npw/ibe; -tak������v intlm  'lOcalilyiand it is to be. hoped the results will  lie fayonvbte.::T!Jere certaiulyris nocveekin  ���������^Jaribpo wh i ch from i fed ap pea run ce. and i ts  ; situation���������tlowing/ from ���������; the RM Mo tin tain  between W HI i am ah d Li girth "mgy o'fie rs h e tte r  i n due em e n ts fp r pi'osp ecti i i g..o r.'. bi d s f atrerjo.  he the rep osi to ry. o f enprm.ons wealth. while  :h Ls la rge , en (Vugh to iiffovd' e in ploy ni e n't .if  iiife lead should' be traced, to<jhite a large  number ;.of��������� minera.'. It Is pr������'bdhSe that con-  *iderable work will.be done during the..ensir-  liiig w i n ter in,' pro spec ti n g M o:w t h e T vvo S is-  ��������� ter a  co inpan y, i h ro ugh w lui t i s gen eral ly ru p������  posed to be the old channel of:Jack of Clubs  Ftin n i ng to Will o w r i ve r; a nd \ t th is c an be  y<)\lowed uiv successfully, a very large -area  "w i 11 b e o pen ed u p i n vv h a. t ha *  been  pro ve (1  1������y th e pay i ng gui cb es a nd 'ew ks i nits n e \ gh-.  liorhood to be  a highly annieroua. section,  ���������and a' fur I h er s ti mi 11 ns" given to th e i d ea o f  >������ottomin������ Willow river, the r������"������eptacie of so  many .golden  tr1 but r'es. >nd solving  the  , problem of Us fancied."richuofts.  ��������� TiTR Emcctwn Writs.���������As announeefl in  the Government GaKette,. the Election Writs  were to be iasned at, Victoria on 2d Ocioher.  The. writ for Cariboo has not yet been received, but vill probably arrive uy today's  MialU . For Kootenay, ho werei, a special mea-  ���������������enger was dispatched with toe writ on 29th  / ^September, tenders bavin? been'-advertised  ' for and the contract given to Mr John Work  ;for .$360.'   Now, we should like to know if a  document supposed to bear date 2d Oetober  can be sent to Kootenay three days in ad*  vance, why the game rule should not apply  to Cariboo?   In the first place, the elections  bere should have been held a month ago, aod  we do not see why it could not have been so  arranged.; and in the next place, now that  *nch is impossible, ev*ry facility should be  given to bring them ok as soon as practicable;  and .had tke writ been forwarded at  "-same'time as that for Kootenay it would have  arrived in time to allow of the noniination  hein? held -nfJft Monday, whereas now. at  least another weefc wast elapae.   This would  not, however, be a mutter of *o much import-  -������nce were the polls mly to be held in the old  district of. Cariboo proper, even though a  pood many electors have gone down the country during tlw last few weeks, but them are  polling places at Germansen Creek and 1?orka  oCSkeefm to which messenger**must be sent  after the atanioation here, and by .the time of  their reaching their destination it; is a great  question if there will be a dozen voters left  in Omineca; t We bad been under the iin pr es-  iion iefo re thai bur new Lieutenaot Governo r  pbisessed Bufflcient experience to know ^the  nature of the tipper country and appreciate  ���������the inconvenience of holding elections in  Kb vembef, bn t^we roust con fess th at w������ have  been diaapppinjied at the course;he haaCnow  adopted. We Jbaive no desire to/past, any imputations on the nop;; gentleman (or his advisers, but we must protest against a course  of Aciioii'.;��������� witeh"��������� .'.will inevitably materially  diminish the vote of the district, thus furui������h-  jog a plausible argument to those who will  'oppose a redistribution of seats for either the  Local Assembly or the House of Commons,���������  a question which is likely to arise this session  at least in the latter House.  Railroad /Boot and Sjiow Stork  (nearly opposite the Government Assay  Office, Barkerville).--This store has been  opened by Mr C. A. Noltemeier, and great  bargains in/the.best .qualitiesand latest-styles  of boots.and shoes are to.be had.- *  Brigham Youxa ha������ been arrested by $he  U. S. authorities in Salt Lake on a charge of  cohabiting: with 160 different women.      "  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  I-aying Qyer Claims.  ON AND APTBR'FTRST NOVEMBER lSTI./ A hh  Mining: Claims in: G*iril>oc>.; Disirict are --.hereby  "LAID OVERV unr.ir20i.il M;������y,;i87������-  ; > (Sigaed,) :       b. M.' BALL,  6cl4 1m \ A.G.C. ������������������:  FOH  Harness,   cpmpiete,'; 1st  ���������!.  .. WILL.COME OFF.y,y:..,)..���������,./���������(��������� :.,.; !  This  Saturday ;EYeiiing,  ;-=   AT. THR ANTELOPE ItRSTAlJRANT,.    '-.������������������'  "��������� At half past.'Bis������h't;6leloc;K.-:'������������������'������������������..���������'���������'������������������".'-'.  WILL BE HELD AT THE THEATRE .ROYAL, BAR-  kervill^.oii..^   ���������;    SATURDAY; OGTOI5ER 14,  At SEVEN p,m,  Cariboo are  ^U Th*������ Bli������ctor*  vitfto u> Attend.  efipectfnlly in-  to Yes  T:  ri  OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.  A full assortnaent of  and  of gtwtfl quality, comprising:  i ~    ..'..'..���������  ... .-  French Coffee Pots  Saucepans,  Block Tin Teapots & Wash  Bowls.  1naaddition, we hare  AT LOW FIGURES.  .;���������.-   jsffir CALL AND SEE. g^  Bfling vr.������ll supplied with Sheet Iron from Nop. 27  to 3S, we are prejnred to m������ke to or<lor both ,Plain  -and Orname&ini Stoves, atiprires to .rait the times,  &8T Miners and others will find it tofaeir adrau-  Uks to purohawc a good Kriicle.^R  N.B.���������Anytbinp in the line made ai ordered, with  neatness and dispatch.  SANDERSON PEARCY,  _ocT_2ra         y.     ^ (Per Jtlia Bibby.) _  DissoltitiDn of Partnership  VT.OTICIC J8 HKRKBV GITK^J  ihflt   ih������ businaai  IX    heretofore c;*rrled ������n atfflarkerrJJIe by the an  duraljrael, ** Bafldera and Carpenters, has been die-  wired by mutual consent.  Johjt Baucs will collect *11 debts imil pay all  ���������llabilitiw of the late firm.  JOHN BRUCl?.   *'"    .-���������:    ^WW 15, MANN/ ��������� ..  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  REQUISITION*.  0'J.'S,-THOilPSON,..l!JMi.:.- .:.",-;:,/-:wV-,.   ' ���������   },    ���������  We, the undersigned, Kleetors of/Csriooo m������.  trict.havinij confidence in your ability, ��������� would n  qu est you to al low tou rscl I to be; nomlaatod not oaly  lor the riominion parliament:   for which  you are  already a caudldftte, but also (or tbe Loe������l L������ntaU.  ture, plodtfn* ourselves should you do so ta.aae.oar  best endearors to secure your return to both Utiuiat  ���������.   W Hitchcock /  . .--. Ssm������elGray:  "-     ; - -.|;:;.  " '."Wm Michael  JH Nicholson ���������,������������������  GeoBrrnca''  ���������>W Dayison  John Bruce.  -.  F Bissunaette  J H Todd  8 P Parker  John G Goodaoa  Win Martin  Wm.0al{(7"  ThoHLavcry  Ghus V&ilianeoar  TRPatlullo  Goracr Jtihna  Thos LBrigga',  Joe Miison  Jno-Chipp  Win Renniw  W Powell  GN*. Marshall .  1VL BallahUaa:'.  Hugh Hews -':   ...'  ���������Robt (ireis  ���������Thos Fletcher.; :  Johni.McAlia'U'r V  WmFAuufrsott  Arch McNaughtba  &.Mcr>nh<-n ���������;������������������.:  Wnrlfedd..; ...  Robt Watson  James: In nea';.';���������;  Thos Dux bury  Wih.-9ai.ith/. .'������������������.  Win Owen, :������:  C'F Wvatl' '  RobtMcNftb ,  Tlionias Taylor  DT Smith ���������  Edwil Jones ���������'.'���������..  WW Houseman  Hy Jewell   :  Andrew Weldoa  T H Flynu  J 7* Hough'  Thos Hard in j  BB Devlin  James Luah.  Andrew Flvtehff  JasaeH-Dingwall  John James  Jos Berlin  ���������Wm Thompson  8am Drake ,  RStarrett    .  ,;*;  ,  An'irow flCelly  R Hollo way. /  Jas Amm '  ��������� Robt HBrowa  George Sprues  WC Price     ..  /; John Stevenson ..���������  Jobn.Naismith....  Ralph WaUou   ,;'  ��������� Peter Oilier ^   >.  Thos Hind  W Alexander.  ...Jos Cannell ,,.  ^KobertBitrr:'  ���������  ;B,A:Albivrtaon: .;  : PGlenilhndug:; ':  '?."'��������� John :H miter;.! :���������;���������':'  Sjtiauel iioberts.  REPLY  : GSKTiii mkw,���������T had;n'ot,;pri������>r to the rtc������fpt,?,f yon  il'auoriag Bequiaitionj J a tended to..oJtVr my fief* as a  ea n di< I a to for tl i e Provi nc i������ 1 ttouso <\f A ssem h|y ������������������ %at  l n tlefer^jios. te .th e. rc^ u'ca t'Of so vnia n y: of /; th������ CI ������?tor������.  u 1. Ca r i boo "I. phi co rii y self ':'a t:: you r ii i^jiosal and ace ejit;  the- inominatiim. : Thahlcinirqyoo ; ror: tto-eunnd^ncii:  you express /towards me, which if elected I it|������ 1 ;dtf  my best to retain, ���������,  . -^:Lremain, vour obdt. semnt,.;, ���������;..;:���������; _���������?-*,   ���������  .   'J.'���������SPKNCER TIlOMr?OK..  BarVryille, 9th October, lisil.    ��������� i/i-i>py- :  MISCELLANEOUS.  TALE AND DARKERYILLE,  Ixapbrters- Wholesale and  Retail Dealers in  (JKOCERIES at PROVISIONS,, V t  WINES A LIQUORS,  ;���������������������������' l)RY������GOODS, CLOfHINO,/   ;   f  ; ,-?"'��������� ''HATS i GAPS.',. ':  :  BOOTS A SIIOK.% ���������  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT^  . CIGAIiS & TOBACCO,|        .  "stationery,  hardware a crockert,  And a complete''aasortiDentof- .���������-..���������;  Oppenheimer; Bros, beg to inform Traders, Mirisre  ai4 Farmers i;equirin^ ������ stock of Gcods ih^t they  huldalarge.snd well-selected assorimrnt;/ and sra  prepared to sell at the Lowest Market Prices  , ^QF" We invite insueciion of bur Stock .h.efers.>tN-  ehaaing elsewhere,    ���������'.'.-���������.  NEW GOODd are being received ������ealinuallj> V.  rresh Ranch. Butter,  RKOKlVEi)   BY JCVKKt   KXPUKS3.  OPr^ENHEiMEft   BRO*.  KEQXJI8ITIOH;  T'' O JOSEPH flUNTER, -Esq. :'.-;,. ./;  We^ the:..un.de.rsigneck ���������;������������������ Kloctors of Cm riboo. Ws-.  tr i c t,, h a.ving: e;.������n ft d en ce I'd yon r a (���������> i I i ty. and i h te gr j \ y,  reqjieft to at y������iii will ulluw yourself in be platv.id. iu  minVin Jit j on, at th ti l*������rth ei>ivi i ng e I en'Uon. to serve as  .< aii e ��������� of: tho :Ke p res en tati v es t rem th is: T) ist ri e t in the  LefrtHlativij Assembly, and we'llareby.pieiigo''"onrselvee  to usij our utmost ejcrtilo'us.to secure yoar retevu.  WDavlmn"'  ,.Jolm-iim#J -  K; ffissoBueUe  ifETodd ���������-���������'���������'  SIH'arfcer-  John (t G'-xfdson  Wm Martin : ''  iWmtrallWy;;;";  Th'-rua? La very  pavi'i J/:wis  Charles Vai llanoeur  TRFaUullu  Gomer Johns  ThosL #riggs : ..  Joft:Mason ,'  V  Jno Ohipp  Wm Kennie  W. Powell  GN Marshall  D LIU 11 a mine  Hugh Kosa  Win C McCprroick  .1 \V Ciindinnin  Wm Thompson  Samufd Drake  r-t-.-suiTctt  R:H Brown ....  O-orgc Spruce  Win F Anderson  Wesley* Hall  JOhll '���������StCTBD SOB  Geo A Taylor  John Kaismith  John Love  Ralph Watson  Peter Oilier  Thos Hind  Tbns Parrey  Thomas Taylor  D TSaiitb  Kobt firelff '   ��������� ��������� '���������  AoMrew Kf-lly  K Ha'ioway  .1 J5 T!ion"i^si)U ���������''������������������'.  ,'Xha-i VU'M\*r ������������������  Wm Mlotiad  .'W Hitcbock ;;  'Bamuei Gray   J'H Nloholsutt ,  (Vo H.vrnrs'  . Hy Jewell ,  Andrew WeltiOH  TH Flynn ���������:  J Z Heush  K B Oevhw  Thos H'iTi'.xu^   : -  James Leah  D Carey  James Dingwall  John James  fteorgo Dak In  John tfoAlister  Malcolm McCmtie  Archibald McNunghtoa  UMcDnnclI-  Robert Watson  Jam������H limes.  Wm Smith  Thos Duxbury  Willii-.m Owen  John Hill  Tho* Al!.'n'  Walter Alexander  Joseph Can sell'  Donald McDonald  Robert Barr  Kenbftn A Albertaes  James Amu  W W Houseman  PARTIES.. PREPARING   FOR   WINTKH  WiiIl SAVE   MONEYt  ;'',,/-'..'. t] ;v-:.;.; By "citiiinjf ta,taa . ...,.  Seoon<du-Hand: Store^  Whert thav willflnJ a fl������nnHs������,M-:!a������eBi..������j:..,,.-..���������  HWy-e?f������  ��������� y\y   .--:'. .���������'���������.-:   ���������ALSO,���������   '��������� v; |  MINERS' 4;CA RPKNTER-rf TOO 14'  ZING. LKAD I'IPK.        :  \      SHEET IHON (Hll-gnu^a),  L...'...-: 'STOYK. POLWil'i  REVO^VERd. GVSS..'.'"���������'"  ,BALLS,  CAPS,. SHOT,  POWDER, POWDER FLASKS,  SHOT BAGS;  DOOR LOCKS, PADLOCKS.    -..  BASfARDiMlLL^AWrlLlSS  And oth*r article's'too nurnaroua to m������ntion.  FORCI3 PUMPS  end  BEER   MAOHINKS  | put up and warnintfil.  jp&-  STOVES ilADfi TO   ORDKR at  moderate prices.  R������pairiof of Mfttata done as usual.  THOS.   FLETCHER,  Barkprvilliy  a; gilmore,  REPL Y .  Okstlsmk^,���������I have   -received   yonr Requisition  soliciting me lo become a candidate for the representation of this District In the-Legislative Assembly  of our Province.   _,.,. , ������  I have ranch pleasure in complying with your request, and thank you for the confidence which you  repeat in me.  If elected I shall to ray heat fairly to represent  your interests at the Council Board, and to niivooate  all liberal and progressiva measures for the welfare  of this District or tho country at largt.  I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, your obedient.  servant,.  JOS. "HUNTER.  6th October, Wh oc7  Dissolution of Partnership  THS COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exfilinf between  J. C. BEfiDY and J. W. LINDHARD baa been  dissolved by ranttml conaent.   ,  The business will l>������ carried on bv J. W. Lindhsrd,  who will psr til the liabilities of Ine firm and collect  all oatsundiag accounts.  J. 0. BXEDY.  ''    "     . J. W. LiyDHAUr*.  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V.L  fJAS 0^ HAND, AND 13 CONSTANTLY receiving, a  11 large Hssortment of CLOTHS, GA^lSlBKE9  and VfiSTINGS, which be is prepared to make to  order in the. moat approved Btyies.  ^3T Partlos on   William   ' reek can   have their  measures taken by Mr JdcCallum, Barkerville  All orders from Cariboo promptly attended te.  myOltn  Properly Stamped, are now reduced t������  , orl  0������r Asenta at way places nso all dlllf eaw i������ ������J|������*  that leitsra ar* promptly forwarded bo paini* beyeso  mi.  M  im  m  f  ^  y  1  Sgwfe-i^?'^ OMfeB  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  ->, ���������  .T.:"A-  SATURDAY. OCT. U,; 1871.  ^SK  SMCOLtL TO TJ2PC��������� O ABIBOO SKNTIKEL  GREAT FIRE AT CHIOAGO.  Chicago, October 8, 11.30 a.m.���������The moat  terrible conflagration wliich has ever occurred  in this city broke out about an hour and an  half ago. and has already .swept over sixty  three block's,'still raging with unabated fury  1 LATKftrrI.30 a.m.���������The fires are still raging.  Buildings which one hour ago it was thought  would be saved are how whipped in flames.  The fi re is spre adi n g .sou th. and west. ��������� Th c  wisd Is now directly south and blowing hard.  It is.burning so bright that it lights tfae street  for half * mile so that one can see to read  easy. The Fire Brigade are now using almost  ������ti pern n m an efforts to stay the* flam es. Losses  already run into ^5,1)00,000. and the end is  not reached yet. The accounts from northern  ii res state thaf^ they are raging y worse than  ever. ., Thirty ihen burned to; death, and be*  tweea ninety and a hundred killed.  CARIBOO MARKETS.  Barkrrviub, Oct. 13 1871.  The toliowin^ are the current prices of tho principal  articles of merchandise, rcprcsentinjg wholesalo and  retail-prjecs :*���������>:* ii,.: ;*, x' yA '������ 0 J *'��������� -% r*' >"  FLOUR���������Colonial,.extra, $16 to :$18, per 100 lbs.  PEAKS���������20c to00c per lb:       '     . . .'.-  ME ATS���������Bacon, j it nd Haras.,: .none, -in ��������� - m ark et.-~  Baef" aud Mutton, 20. to 25c.   Pork; 35c to 00c,  DAIRY;PRODUefcButter, fresh," ���������0c to $1/per lb.  Isthmui*do., 75c to $1. ���������ClM{Cse?:55c to ?5c.  ���������] COFFEE���������Green, 60 toOOoper lb.. .Ground, 80c to  \$\<   :������������������' *  ������������������ .'���������:'-;'-.;.-  - ''������������������''...'^���������l'1.'--���������'-'���������'^]:    .  CANDLES���������56.to 60c.;,> -.-y 'v-  .-.j.'   -  DRIED FRUIT���������Apples, 40 to50c.' Peaches, 40c to  6������c. Prunes, 40 to 50c per lb./ tCurrants, 40c to  hO,    R'usins, *11 50 piT box.    ���������   ;.;   ,   '���������.  0AN N KI) STQFFS���������Oysters, %9\ to $12 per dozon.  ).r -<h Peaches, $11 to 15.. Tomatoes and-Green. Com  i$i*vz.      ,/,i-,,:.. ���������,y,,r-i-:yy ",;.;/��������������������������� \  i \[\\)   $48 t*,&4 permease,- -n .'.���������.-  VIV H nWARV���������tr������������n. S0-. to 00aper 1 b. /Steel; 37>������c to  ^00 K������ i I?, 3* c,-:���������'���������' SSc; 8hovyte,':��������� $27. to 30 par doz������  Mwic ���������'Forks', $il I-' 48.    Axes, $36 1042.  TOBAOOfv~&t ?J>* to --S3 par lb.  < :0 A f * 01L��������� $26." $28 pi'r case.  Y B AST PH WO K RS���������$4.00 to- $ 6 per. doxp ��������� ��������� .  h\J(i AK���������*. ��������� f'\' : "Si'i���������: ti������ 4.0c'; Crusho'<I* 87 " to 45c.  ������?17 M iJOO f *���������$ I i5 p .-r cuso to. ������ 11 per pal r.  ftl(?R--.30������:.;p?'r-ll������-'' .'.������������������ '������������������'������������������ '���������;. ��������������������������� ������������������'��������� '���������' >���������������������������������������������"* "*������������������>'-<;. ���������' :y. * ������������������'.  VBft KTa M i.eS. k������ * rce.. Potatoes, lie per lb.��������� j Cab  bag-.*, V2c, Oniijn^o^oc..:..���������..���������..;���������-���������,*'*;.-'���������-.:���������  " rASSSNTG-ERS.   :  $Ay  Bernard'"*, Esc press, arrived. Oct.   13.  1 ���������"'n,in  TuI������r \ti*$ R\ypitt, ilr Carmichae 1, to  (.'lin.o'i :    Ntr   lluckner,   to   Cuch������   -er^'k;  . K m o n g. J j ee. t <.> L y tip. n;; W i 11 i * m an (j." S a in n e I  K a tiiu   to   Q s i e's u Wi ra o u th."..'  F ro to   Quesnel -  .mouth���������C. A. Nolcemeier. 3 Chinamen..   .  Down���������By Barnard/a Express, left 8th  Octob#r.���������Air and Mrs. li: McDonuld, to Blue  Tm\t : Sam. Rowe, Florene������ Wilson, to Yale ;  -Ah (vimng, to Quesne.lmouthJ  Down���������Per Gerow -& JohnBon's Exprefis*,  l'������ft 8th October.���������0. A. Noltemeier. to.Quea-  )i������liriovith ; D. McDonald. Angflo Gutierrez,  ;������o Yule ; D, Kurla. to Soda creek.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  '/' ���������' WriXUM CRKKC* ;���������'-.-  The'Forest Rose co, last week washed 280  oz. The Ball a rat co. did not take out much,  having been engaged running a new gang?  wajC, The/Cariboo co. are making over  wage������.; The Black Jack co. had. a heavy ������Hde  in .their^ground;'-' sluice, which; will prevent  them doing much mora, this Hea&ori.v The  ground iliiieing cla.ims above Rich He Id have  been inconvenienced by the hard frost on  Wednesday night, bnfc if the weather liolda up  like it is now may generally work yet for two  or three weeku,  \\-y JyktZXT MOUNTAIN.  The two hydraulic companies continue  piping and. d of ng wejl;  CONKLIN GULCH,    r /^     .   .  The EricRon co. are getting pretty good  pay in the upper part of their ground, and  the Reid co. hope to be able to follow it.  The White Pino co. are sinking a hew abaft.  aTOUT ouLca.;';  The TaffvaU and Mnciio 6ro ieompahies  con tl nue getti ng r pay. ���������: ^lio. Flume co. have  got th eflu me' cp tn p leted'! to: i he f ae e of tti e  bank��������� which has.been gr6und siuicedi and are  now piping^1 ' '���������''-:''.���������.;';''..".���������'  /-'���������;f,OWHKK .CaBBK.':  ,.The Black Bull are getting good pay ; last  week they washed about 70 oz. .They have  ordfjr'ed^th'eir engine to be forwarded from  Yale. The Victoria co. have got good ground  but-it is very dtfflciiIt to;work on accntint! of  water.i :- Thev;Bruwh; co. ;��������� are ui akitig-;���������?.-uyer  wages,   ''y /-;/-      '     '  ', V f, :' ��������� y.t .;-.������������������'���������:;���������  JACK OK CLUB8 CUKRK; \  ;i//Ihe;;Fks\:Chauciec6Ac^  pronpecta nn'the bench.: The Two Sisters c:V  having struck a proa pecf of 6 oz. in a Mi no  shalt, are ".fixing Aip for winter; aud will be  about two or three weelvR.before getting fairly  fco work;washi ng.--: -The Two IIrothef.^". c<������; are  prospecting for clay before' comiuen'cifrg:;' tot  sink.'   ��������� ;yy. yy, y ;,y,:.;.'. y r. ��������� y y i\ ��������� {, ^ \y: -:- y -,  LHUITNIXO CllKXlC.'' ' ���������  :��������� : The Sout h Wa 1 ea:co 1 uht whpk"w;a shed .1054'  oz.! a, ud I he i r grou n d looks eq.ua Hy w e 11 th J s  week. T h e V i c to r i a co.. st ruck jo lo I. h e ch ari -  nei yepterriay morninj? and-'bbtiiinert aVprof-.  poet. .It; is h o p ed th a i t lu s co in p on y and - the  Var ic o \ i ve r. w i 11 be a li I e by b Hi h p uin p m ir ���������������������������.}. p.  work, or .at least Irs i; ':the/:hliari'uel. /The pbid-.j  B,tone co.; iuif nd. sehcling for. iron n11inps, Th/e;  E1 e ven 0 f En g 1 *\nd cc>.:. wh *i h uve p h werflili  pumps, are -flxiug up to  wiater. .;- \''  work during tue  'FROM: OMi^EGA.  A Mrrrt R3.013,���������On Thursday morning the  w heel of the B1 ack Bull co. was f ou nd to be  bo badly clogged with ice as to be unserviceable, and some of the partners went to work  iv chop away the impedimenta. One went  itiBide the wheel. aaC another was cutting  away in front, whew all at once round it  -went. The man in front anticipating nothing  *nf the sort wae treated to an impromptu  ahower bath of ice water, nearly taking away  his senses, while the occa'paot of tbe interior  held on to one of the arms asuJ enjoyed a  " merry-go-round" for which he had not fear-  gained, head up and down alternately, till  lbs'water could be turned off and the wfeeel  ���������topped.  Stuck in she Mun.���������Anderson's ox-fceame,  with the pumps and other machinery for the  Lane & Kurtc Company, have bad a hard  -time. By dint of hard work they managed to  get their load to Bagle <c*eek, where further  progress through the " slougfe of despond "  oecame impracticable and the freight had to  hp unloaded. The teamster, we 5inderstand,  intends buying a fcorae-teaui at Quesnelmouth  .to bring in the earg������.  Political Mbbtis^.���������The public meeting  ^announced to be held in the Theatre to-night  will come off at seven o'clock sharp, so  4hat parties interested ia the grand raffie can  attend both. It is expected that the various  ..candidates for the representation of Cariboo  ���������will be on hand to explain themselves.  Kkepixo at it.���������The South Wales company  fcwhed this week up to Thursday nooa over  *to.Q&' -' >  Se veral ol d Ca ribooi tes h ?*.ve re turned fro tn  Omineca during the' last week : the. news  1 hey 1 Mr] Hg, howe ver, -is so ere 1 y. con tl r in at* 1 r y  (rf' p-wv i m\s ftcnotints. G errti an s������n creek. on  wincl 1. si 1 ch jh>eat. Ii0pes we re':. liased. i * now,  00 tn p ar a ti vel y wp enk i n u;. d eserte d, 1 h ������ jVw.  claims at the tower e������id being the only ones  paying any>Mti|f. "net", com pan ios. w h ioh h n d  Minted to try and get;a abaft down in \\i^-  deep "'ground in 1&ie upper part of the crre^  ha<lJ>een unable to accouvplUh their object  and had given "Hup. On >Skeletoh creek]  Abbott <t (Jo. Imve.heen ainkirur a deep.shafi; j  they pin dmfti <Vr5 feet, when they were  drowned out. . The season being so late they  do -not. in tend doitig anything more till next  spring, when they will probaMy bmkl ma-  chi nery. Thi0 % the only eree k Vm wh i ch  blue clay :1ms been found. On Maris en creek  a goo d tn a ii������y me n are sfi 11, at wo rk, p i'i n c i -  pally on the beurjhes;: und ������om������'are"doing  well. Ja m es O r r ������fc co. we re $\ nW ng i u th e  creek and had got good prospects. On Lost  creek and Black Jack gulch a few companies  were taking out money-' The ���������exodus of new  comers by the Skeenafltirllconfened. amd the  number of men wintering in the mine* would  be b������t small. A good many of the^eM hands  would probably return to Cariboo for tbe  winter- Some Montana miners were still  going in. ami a nnnifeer of pack trains were  also onthe way -ap. Mr O'Reilly tiad employed a miihber of men to straighten and improve Dha trail out by the packes^rs. Freih  Blaotr^ wli^j bad *wo ������i*bs broken by fatfutjr on  a stump on Gerinan^n cree'k. was recovering. Tfea TVIfcGiial^y troupe had .cosHimaaced  giving entertainments..  Thk Canyon.���������Mr Green and "his party liare  been occupied this week making further repairs to the road in the canyon. A little follow the place where tke large break osscwrrad  a|w>rt������onof the cribbing put in whan th*  road was widened last year had netttavewinr  to the creek having undermined tbe bank,  and there was a fConwdarable hole m tbe swte  of the road. A bulkhead has now been built  so keep off tbe creek, and the cribbing baa ail  been taken out and replaced in good condition-  Hart> Carry, formerly of William creek,  la reported to b*?e f������Hea dead from b!s borsft  U AriiT'irra.  No TKLRORAiPHtc NKwa.^*It [ is almost a  work; of sttpererbgatipn to��������� tell our readers  ;tbat we can fu rnish them,, wi lb no, telegraphio  Tejports in this issue; and:unless stinie; change  ;is mSie in the mahagemeht of; the Hue it is  vary doubtfu 1 i f we sual I* be able to do so be -  fore next summer, if: even then. ; it is now  over t h ree w eeks si n ce we h a ve go t a re nor t,  the line beiog invariably, as wa*atetoIdih  ans wer to ap piieatlons; either dqWn iblr 0 ht' 0f  onler. Now, whit in tho rianfjffnf: com inon  sense is the usa oT such a line'?;' When it was  being no mi nally; put in; order'Tastsprlngrwe  cpmmen ted j\pon the temporary man 11 er in  which the work was being done, but without  effect, ������0 long rr there "if as flne weather in  sumnier;things/mauaged to hold together^ arild  for about two mon ths comm unibstiori was  kep ti.ii p witb tolerab 1 q regu 1 arity, but 0n ee  lat a little wet or stormy weather set in'-and;  ���������; presto chaoge!" the grand ;���������* fair weather  telegraph litia" is of. no further use. : Under  the terms of union the control of the telegraph service has been assumed by the Gov  em me n t of Ca n ad a, an d it is h 0 w fit 11 time  that they should tika it in hand seri6u's'ly>an'd  make lb* necessary arrangements for its  future efficient: macagemenr.. The/ p'resent  liiieVwhich,cost the ooloiiy'1 large ,.snuY of  money, has been turned over, body and soul,  p0ias arid: wiresV lo t lie Domitijon. not: ���������.par  h aps in as goo d c 0 n d i t ton: as m 1 gh t':h aye bee ti  desired, but: si.il 1 vip 10 th rec or: fou r d ays be-  fore our adniissioh^tfi'e w^rk^ojj',bringing it in  >'to��������� W11Hum craek-.:waivg(������m^p^ym'- thai: the  Dominion receiyed the: bene:lit of the heavy  ouiUy incurred, by/the colOny. and ;i t. became  tho^l u ty of that 'Governmen t'io see %tf&&��������� -'t'li1 e  line was kept iu .trood order for the. future.  In ifB present condition it is1 of no: pnieticsjl  use j a, short news ������������������Tapi������vt/-'^unot/%tf, got.  through from ^cISrialb/Barkervilie in three  ���������weak*.* Sucli; a 1 ine"' cs 1 v"'. ntVyar be eifcaer a  rbeiiept to \\w province oiva^profitably spi\ijrcei  of r������venue. to the: 1 jdm'ini0 n,, whVIe , uiidei  p roper : in An a ge m e ii t, w 1? bV i*e I i a b le 0 p e ral prfe:  iii whoni 5he gen.eral, publjc couid piaco cori-  fldeilce. a rul C������ i m y e lei j t rep aire rs 1 lis tr u c ted i  to s 1 sirfc',������i 0nce to ii 1 en'd any: break' which  migi) f o c u it r,. th a re ce i p ts ,w 0 u Id be 1 a rga .a 1 id  conslantly in creasing as; ihe/ experience ot;  the (jffkcjatBarkervilie proyes������������������'already; ;\ and"  aiilwiigli Hb'Ky--mjgiii':npt;i.mm^  expenses, s 1 i i I \ t hey won Ul go a long way to-:  wanla'.'.'doiu'g -ao,;but in/aiiycasa^tj have/a:  'siglit'We^pec't'thi^tj he; term s of^nlon-^wUI.;  t>;������'fait11i'ii 11y carried10lit and the service. p.i'Pp-|  erlyprovided.-for even at a-loss. .We/ wot4di  s \ \ s'pest to "i I; e ; S'. 1 p e i'i n lend ant" th at the, ,li n e j  sh 01 d' be'1 over h fluted as we 11 as ca tv be do u e  be fore wi o re r se ts i n. or ei.*eili e prasen f'sla te,  of a.ii'aira will hec0tn������.chro 11 ic, a: 1 d as t he tivne^  is v<*ry.;short'.jor d0ing'��������� so 11 should be set  About.W11h ou t nn -h 0 u r'& ciOla v.  .��������� < A;L atk Tk 1 iKu n AM/was received las fc n ig-h t  So'e.our special .dispatch.   ..   ; /'. ,,;���������,/, :y- '.  KCkction ::&i"Sarfoori ;BoAitn.���������Pursuant to  p 11 blie n o Lic������ a, ureeling was he 1 d . a t th e  T1 ie������ t re I lo v a 1.". B ark' er v ill e." on Sa 111 rd ������i y" e ve -  niu������. 1 ast.f>r the .rmrpo������e .0f,.e!������eting a Sahool  ���������Boui'd fur the WiTliauis.Creek District for the  ensuing year. Tlie attendance was very limited T*ha ��������� c;hn1 r wan oceupied by Mr G-..A.  \Vaikem.irid :1k JoliiV^iundell acted asiee'ra-  tary, Mr Tho.inpson./Ohnlnnan of the old \  B 0 ard. nun' o \ 1 n ce d-'. 111 a t' i nV ti co 0 r d an ce w 11 h: |  the Public School Ordinance an election must  beheld in the first week of October. The  term of "��������� office of the late members now expired, and it.was.for in> inhabitants of the  district to i appoint "their-.successors.'. 'The  Chairman then m[ue*led the meeting to.nonv  imite inemhersfoi' tbo new Board, when the  following gentlemen were severally proposed  and ��������� uVianirnbhsiy ejected:���������Messrs. J. S.  Thompson. J H. Todd, Wnt Hitchcock. Ed.  Pearson, John Bowron. 0. M. Morris, and Dr.  Chip p. A vote of thanks 10 the chairman  having been passed,'the meeting afljourned.  Night SuaooL.���������The evening class under  the tuition of Mr J.,Mundell was opened at  the District School House on Monday evening. The si til at ionof the school house at  the mouth of Stout".gulch being inconvenient  on dark nights, Mr MuitdeH has made arrangements to hold iKsalasses for the future hi the  Cambrian Hall, at lower end of Barkerville.  commencing on-Monday next, whan all desirous of joining should attend-  Firk Alarm.���������About half-past 7 yesterday  evening tome, parties coining.up the creak  discovered <tfcat a oabw at the lower ������nd of  Barkerville was oti fire iuside. Tb*e alarm  was instantly given, and the Brigade, as  usual, turned out in aib-kistant. but a few  buckets of water had; in^.tha meantime for-  tunataly extinguished the fire.  j..'Tot;Stat? of/thk RQAi>s.rrWe called at-  fention last week to the condition of the road  between William creek and Qiiesnelmoiiith,  antr .parties Avho. have travelled over it.thi������  week dascrib e it as p osi t i > e ly fri gh if ill fan d  -[do'nstii.n tly;' fo r waii t 6 fatten tion, getting  ��������� worse.   The ditcbeg on: tbe upper side riot  : being kept * open} together ^ith: the- banks  slid lug, hs ve now retul eiad it i hip 1 aces al th^sst  i mpassable' j the m ii d. is knee deep, and th ere  are da n ge r0 us ! >o las w he re ari an i m a 1 might  get fell led 'y B ad" th ere be e nl a fa w men kept  .looking after things all sumnierHt: would not  now have been nearlyao/bad. and we do nob  b el ie ve th a expanse w 9 it I d h aye b ee nVas much  as what;wtlI ho,w; have to ba spent to' pii t tho  road; in order.5 /Parsimony, iti/such-A: matter  Is often at. ex trema v ari an ca:f r o m lr if e eco ti -'  qmy./ *When water is aliowed to; run;; at>wilt  oyer.������ cribbing the iatter. i������; very '..apt to: give,  w ay, causi n g s I Idea, wh i oii are n 01 so ' eaal 1 y  repaired'; and; wliem; bridges nod /pieces of  corduroying /are  neglected:; the ������������������:���������:��������� result vfre^  quently is: that dangerous breaks-occiir^hicU  might have b ee fi' re in ed j e,d; f 0 r a t r itta U. tak e ix  in X]me.....Now. fpx pearIV/;three monihs tho  rbad^has1 bean in ar greiit/mea^uralelVt^  care :of: itself ;:;with;ihe/akcepti^  work that cou Id ���������.-���������b'e^done.1' by/the constable  stationed at. Lightn.ing; crejek,>ud: ilia con sect it ehce.as no w;oiiTy; loo 'apparent.. '.'-.I'he/'e^li-  iii'a ted free eipls: from Road Tolls ffirl^T Ewe r������t  3������i2,0d0^ while; the Ho 'k������ I ?'^ in^uit^ ia pprol*'ri������ toci  lor,*: repairs:. .above; * Y������ioia ,was/ M\\y: r;:������;25);;utiO.  No w. b e fo ra Co n fe d erat i;o n ,;the to Us'ca ri a in 1 y  w ere sec u r i t y f 6 v a por t j oh; 01, th a p iib 1 i Vde.b t,  b u t tli a t <leb t bei he: now ab'o 1 i sh ad, /'w el ii i^ Ic  : t h a t. eye iv i f >-��������� th e whole: siiiri ap pro p ri ated ��������� w i 11  ha. e xhaus tad /.before tthe .and [ij f / ���������; the; ;year tu e  Exac u i i v a' si i o 11 id .li aV^'.' sa neb' 0 lied a furl h e r  sum,; from: tlie .i6li;p..np.W;reJ;e.a:se  gallon to Oojoniftljerefa^ .  in much:needed:repairs;;/��������� The':p;e'6plevOf;Car-  ib6{).;jW;h6l': pay/it lie: tol Is; ,ba va.���������: the igreiitesi:  rirIi t to com piai n.^/tTh.e.<eAuiftlars, :i t \$) tru������������,  are the sufferers in,the:'-.'iiP3.t/place : ;>they;-;arft  eyp^e'd/to' -hardsbi psidei a.v)'ahd7 rtsko f 1 osi n ������  an i m al s, b 11 fc th ey ��������� ma rii a jy e to. try ��������� a h d get a ve 11  by.cliar'ging:higher fi^ip;hts;.:H6;;that the: poor  coiisumcivand. tax cpayar.^is ���������.-in;^the.".en.d(,i,,tn������  party- :)irnst agsrieyed;^ ju;. connection wUU  Ui is aubjeb t we be a r c 0 in p lain is m a<l e ab 0 u t  parties being allowed to^raglogs^albngitha  ro adi.������.' p ractice; which jiR said >; to cause; con-  s id er ab������e; j n j \ try. ��������� Th is ,sh 0 u 1 d be: 10 oked in 1 o,  and if the .assertions are corrept sonle rula .  faH onto,'~'&i1 ad e7 com p el li n'jg .'ta^aetigage^V in  tlus..branch ;bf.;iudusti'y^;|^::;respecicpublic  rfghts and 1 tse:sonVa;sort bf/^beeSed-cbuyey���������  ance^at snob --times as aubw is,aojb'dyibg.;/ L  ^ * I^^'-4ib"ftis������*V^---0'ii "Tl i ufftrfa JTirI^it l|f r* P.  ���������Man eft a 'while' in .���������:.ih������.;;rom������ :at the' back.of Job  atore heard a noise at the door; and on-going  jhtojb'a &to.ra;;.saw some... men otitsida.f; H������  'went to [sea 'Vvtiat they ;Ranted:w;heu:" they .  in'iide OfiT iip' the street through Chinaiowe,  Upon looking.roiind he found, that a yaluabU  C(>at, Uiiad with fur,, had' been abstracted, of  W hich aa y et.; lie bus 0b tain ed np trace-. ' ,,..  GuiSA? C lothrxri\r*~Wm. Iten nte has.' p u r-  ���������ehas'ed" Mr 0. McOalSum's/:valuable-and:-ex-  tensiva...stock ,of Clothing, &c, consisting-of  GiImore's Victoria made Pants; Coats' and.  Vests. Hats.;Underic?othing;;&c.i all of which  he <)ff������*rs for' sale oa ;ve>y reasonable terms >  for cash.       ��������� ���������'', .;    ���������        l //  . ���������������������������.V::;;;;--: \'y  * FcKtoHTiNa---Very few teams have arrived  wi th t reigh 11 ately.; A. B u r net-t's and H. Bor-  man1s pack trai n s, w h io h had b een to p ni in-  aca. brought in load* from Quasnalmouth tk'u  week, .fohu Bakar!s taam, with vegatables,  arrived.yesterdayi;--'_rl ^ ;**''"  '"'.., Axothkr StrikeI-^tTbe Victoria co.;Light-  fling oraek, at last str tick lb rough iato the  channel yesterday, and got about three dot ���������  lars of gold. There is now a prospect of this  deep ehaqael beiogsoon prospected 'on which  so mucb has been risked and so much depends.  .  Risk ts. Wooo;���������In order to keep up with  the times and be in the fashion; the principal  lealer m cord wood on William creek has-ad*  vanced the price of that indispensable article  of consumption to $8 per cord;  Tn������ .Gkakd Rafflk will come off this eve*  oiag at tho Antelope Restaurant at. S.BQ.  FOR   SALE,  Tin? Best Hydraulic Claim  "LTOW WORKING in Brit lull OolumbU. th������ pronjny  PS of Sharp, Draper ������ml Kmeri������n,sU������������t������rt utx?**,-  DymhamCri^.ftndhaviu? a l������ruc txtrnt of- ku������  ^Xgroan.L Thtw������r������ three Ursa IMtehea ������p<-a  thegrSaad, affordittiftB ampleand nevcr-UUing W  ���������pl For Smmd particaHu-Opplf to tb������ ewaars/M  A.MnwiouT Stampbdk.���������-On Tuesday night :th������cuim, erto uxM wicxilAU,  Barker vill*.  aml'Wadttesday morning before daylight, several pav ties -started from -.'William creek to *  Jack of Clubs, soma to re-stake claims pre-'  viouMy located and others to sea If there was'  any vacant ground to bo. bad near, the Two  Sisters.  Basinfp.rvs Bwpsihs sxrirec *t 7 p.55. y^a*  e������9 Ira  R  iaa  I  .TonV  MUSDEIJ,   WILT*   OPEN   A   KIOHT  ^hool -������vth������ William Craelr Schnfti Hoas������. ft*  ,v K������atag. 9th Oftt.nb.r>t Am* *!&M  $e*' fr jff?**������"*t        **' ^  M^J^li^gv}lI>.eh%li^i^i^.  ���������*- ti?afi ti tz^M  i  m  .:'���������:-'.'  nijwawwjuwimBW .ISsaai^.i^p^M-.;-" -*-^^y. ������^-rr,-j  iiH:1  ^&l  ;���������&!  *:./:  ^P#:H  feiftj-i'x ;  5-(-V������j*|5f  ������  f$*������M r;  ��������������������������� ���������','���������  ���������Bits'" ������������������'v :;. 1  If-,d{:���������������������������..?-.������������������.���������  gr,Mi..t:i .-,-  -   ... :*?ra'';.;. iil -  111 I  V>|j{$ y  yy $f$kj,!-  y - Jf.ff; ���������)-.  ���������iv "MM:-"!i  !.��������� ���������,���������;.-'..-.^';v!iv ri.-  gi^l||;jK.  '���������   -��������� ���������   * .-*-;*;  . 1  l/3 I  ;JIINING:3tEG0)ItDS;  ^t)Ct; 2~Recbro^;fa^  ���������-nge^iop feet) being;the Jower'-jliib,-feeV.br  .ground, formerly knpw^fas^OldfcLead coi^m^  t -Eureka-co^flctober '{^Recorded in faVpr  of^raka cblftho ^\0Mi^of^^y^^  ���������dlese'x-cp./.' .y '��������� ,., ^^ -,' s 1'  , Y,!, * ,t^,,���������*, \t yM  ;Jam(������|Boyd^I00 feet,* anjoinra^lowsr^uie'Of  Boyd bayin trust foresaid ;cp;-.;-/ '���������.������������������' l"',ty';'i ��������� -!!V��������� ������������������;'  : V'TjotliairJ- coi--.Oct; fcReeo);c|ed in favor/ 6������  ^mv Kemp. .Geo. Atkinson,/ Johh-Bro die". <3oo*  '; 3������aacC Bi'' Van Vol ken burgh, "Wi*L;|.J one's; P-s.  . iVnjiiartcduK each ,1 ^interest ���������;��������� Robert' Steven11  '-soil;-������.��������� .ViinVolicehburgh, ThormiiT 'Laverjj;  : Ja������ ��������� Bpycei ifm .^(ephensin, '.���������Willi.'' K&m pjnip.  ! trii Bt; for? c p tn pany U; aac h- ji alf. ��������� i n terest,;, confc  ihenIcing about A00 feet aboy;e Ttidor ground  ind^rnnriing up slfeam 10001 ^eefe.' ' 'y' ;yj';';  ? * '��������� Bdyd Co'.���������Oc i$ ���������Record ed 1 n favor Of, AI  JLay, 10Q feet, adjoining lower line, of 13oyd  ��������� ������o.y to - form .part of same.    '      ,     ^ ���������> >^ -  .'*/'  ,,' '1f-",,< *      ���������" OrtOUSK CRRBC.fl ' I|i,''   j  /  '   *.  ������������������  f; Heron"vco>*Oct. 5-^-Recorded^in^favor^of  Wm Heron, James,Alien;each 1 interest������������������ j? 1?;  ���������filt'tler,' Jchn> Triplett, Q.KSheph^rd^ea'ch'  haii' interest.' Re-record!', ' \ y *T'! M ' 'A'  :-''��������� i::>'- - ���������-.:' '���������;���������;,   LownHJB creek. > ^'^--u,'!', ������������������������;������������������J  U Calaveras co.-^Oct. 9���������Recorded in favor  'of D% T. Price,1 E; PearsonVeach V in terest  'j^b-record.     ' ' \ y "'/''' , ', - '*''^ '  ,/;      ;]   <l    .    WILLUM CBRHK.        ! '  Elliott/Co.r--bct. 9~rRecordediti fjiyor of  &;Sn!^/i75;fe^  record.^ ���������" -:;;:%il''-fi?;���������'������������������'��������� -.:';. ��������� :J-;'0::*f::-: ^'    -7'/.  ;J-Quesnel;,and Snowshoa Records taken by 0.  yyyy^Xy^-i ,!,.^Hara.]'i:*,,.'/. z...v ^^ijVii^'-  ��������� |.-'.,. i - : ���������* >-Ar ������rxoWSHOB. -cneKK. ���������"3 ���������'::" J -' I':(:  ';' Black Fqnn 11 co.���������Aug. 2-~Recorded J,in  |Fayor ofe: Rv M. Scolt, .3 interests, ra^record;;  a (So, 5.0" inches water., . .���������   ,,,,���������,  '.>���������   . U      \    QUESSRT/.llIVB!ft. -' ' /      ,'  -���������''August 24^-RecoTdad in favor of'Ah Fum,  Ah' Kee, 200' ,feet on -.a small creek on left  ^ide.'   4 J(': ....".',;..���������*    %' i-'    ';''������������������  * /      j.,., north.;fobk/QCESnel;  ',/-.. .\  :  Ah::/Ohpngi:;co.^-Au<r.f- 2Sth-~Re(?orded :ln:  - favor of.AhjOhung, Ah Sing, Ah;Nyo,;^Ah  ������Fufcev400 feet oriVright side,; arid v50 ��������� inches  water \��������� re-record;     ���������'��������� ";   "' ..; *' ~'y-  y Ah G n m coi^-Sep1.1 ^Recorded in favor  'bt '.company, 50 inches waterfrom two small  \creeks;; ��������� ', ..', '..-/���������.���������'. ':VV C,.'-��������� , ;-^\ ^ ��������� r>... ������������������ *;  .;' Discoyerjyco;���������Sep 118���������^Record ed in" favor  of P. McEvoy/G. Neuton; N. Garjjell, Siiifcr-  :������?.!s,: a;1iaiidoiied byRitcbiej;.Crbgah a nd:Boi:-.  "4and,t:^f  'fri'&A .:;-"/-^-.y^-- :;.;'��������� ���������'���������"-..: V./:-;- .-:.V^'- ' ���������  hotels; REST^URANTS/^c:  a,j  r*s t.' v������K%BCBLL4*Si66I:i' 55 B s 0 Ollii! i ���������; j -; >i] r r  ������������������-��������� '"-^-u  ��������� ,v?f -on,; K b."S) Ij^CJTOAii  '^f.f..; *!.;���������:.  : i-ffijSAT a* H"������5'f*^^' t*1*-" !e������'?ujfi w������5..-ty;-jj������bf/ ':?*^������?  i^rr fvtvn  ,rH6lS!s. OU) ;AND '.WEtt'-toJOW E^TABtTSHMENt  Jl|, ^ku'tl#iVyrt.s;urTiUiC?i|P\Ofthv tlio, 'Vetst; or-werylliih'g  th|U;^Ufhe;pioyar������UiiU'Cariljoov^ ''A'���������;.vy���������: *������;ji t.:\<\ '���������������������������*  n?  ��������������� jr  rSW fi'  *���������������  m  ������������������������������������ ^ '   / ; and^ Lillooet, ;p\.,:  /. /IQkxtlemEs,; -.'���������'      i- .'>: .'.'".      ..,---^iA'> i������'-.  '*-*?t>������������������;:;���������*!v;. f 'Wv^ pursuapce of,,the; terms of  .'Union ypU-^iJLfihot'ijy he called;on to elect  vn;inemberf;irpni;Ourjo].oM^sti^  . ^you;iuy!tJje,rHp;u^^  % i,oriih1issposHioii X-iiq.w offer; myseff J.as a can-:  c 1111 ate,"' and si i o u I d yo u. d o,; ni p. th a h on or, o 1  re i o rh ing tn e u s, y o n r. R^������ p resen tali ve I s hai 1.  , 'ttpihis- best of: in y\ abi I i ty, s'CH vrie to p rb've th a t  *jbn r' co nfiil C n ce li as' not b ee ir rh i sp 1 ac e1d s ''��������� \'  ���������'��������� v.' JI' % I ec tedj I sh al I use m y".b eS t; "endaayors1 to  *' p ro rh b ta tl ie inte res ts :o f our pro vine a so: fair  .* ��������� im; th ey cair l>e a ffec ted by" Fede'ra 1; Leg) si a ���������  tton. ;i nd ab6ve. "at 1 to ��������� expediIe tlie ;,gra rid  bond of Union���������the Trails-continental Rail-;  . ,-:road.v'' .,= : :.- -->.(  ... ���������.���������[���������   :V-=V   - y^M   ���������'  ��������� ������������������., ��������� \V i th refe ren ca; to gen era 1., p o 1 i t j cal m a tiers.  , I'.can on 1 y ..say. at present; that iI,honoireel-by  ^your suffrages,! shall.go to the House of Qpm-  mbns unIrainme 11ed,:by-. fparty.r!ob 1 igaiions.  savejjjat; I shall consider it my duty, anfl the  " <\ ii ty' o f. e very ��������� me nib er fvotii 't \i is- Pr o vi nee, to  j en da ch ee rf ti 1: s u p no r t; U's 'th e s]\ti i m Ir v to  whom we owe our now,birth and pohlical  ������nfranchisenjeht:A/;    j't'f) 1  I have the honor to be,    < !  /.;f h.uf)'')lfehfe^^XI ;?>^2 'i'/"i'"T'  "���������".* Your blindienrservant,  v. - ���������: -; -v >V^.XjjSPBN������IBR--.TflOJfPS������af/  Barkerville, gep^D. 1871.*f\ ��������������������������� /���������������������������'��������� ������������������*.-'<  ^^nitfe.jiCe^^:!RT;.|-P;$'i^  tMlftfvV/ 1_*  MEADIADS FROM THE BEST FLOUR  /Tin*  V;f ^..i.ThejjQisIpb^tOU'; ������ j������^-- -n.;V -,' ,r.���������. -r:;'  i EFIES w!td r^dtjlslQ?:;:eb'rf FiE^:: $  fu ;,':i5;Y;.'^i{^Vv'tt;':i'fy- "''���������"'liirJ-^tfiT' :lf.i:!."..'���������:.i.JaH-J  A superiornrticlo to,.; any.which.,9a?;!Jo; had.from, he-  fo \vy Ri >ii s teel \t\ ml. G roii ii tl ,6n 't\ic^; j) re'mi si:s '.fnap, _ tlio  b^st^Mecteil'.beriiL'Si aii'U 'warranted; tiroe froiii aaul-  ter.j.tfoii^1' y ��������� -i^./-: :ir:"- :^/f'-' ',"���������"'-.*'.������-'n -."- ". '��������� v-v r-; ���������  &J617 ;r ;'i: ��������� ^���������'?.i ^������w -S V- 'mi ��������� v' ��������� H\Q'&GQBI)SO#; j j  0staui  TVEGT(iAN^U^dETHA^TkE^HAy  ) r to tliesfpiiciuuspVemisesIhr.inorly icubwh as,the  Stfy.: Ofi^r^o;'. ,S;i lopii,; wh eru- tiicy>.'jivill.-ber it all ti ine s  prepared" to furnish. .--.-.    ..,:,..������������������      ;.���������.,/  1;;;? bo a ii'p1y] a n d , m e alg'  '.  : VOfT, THE- BEST   QlfALlTY^  '   Tho  -BAR      Turnlsliell with thei::linost WINES \  LIQUORS and CIGAUS.'  ������������������ ' \       /- .  Board; -_ $14 per ISTeek.  "   .% '���������;'.    "    Jal7 6m.. . .    ' '     .  ���������  "'      ^ j; J, HOB������RTSbN  ;=  p.TSGS -TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HAS OPENED A  v, HOTEL AKB B0ASDII610USE.  -AT STANLEY, > :- ii^nTNINa CBEEK.  The Table will always bo supplied wjth/tfio best  articles that can bo got in Cariboo, and the Bar with  the; .?,;s;r .,-���������',, . ������������������.-;.:���������. .. ::/ ������������������.':'      ,.-..���������.   .':���������:  ?-.i\ .  ,':Fineist^";Winesv Liquors  ^-yyy\. and:-/Cigars.;.���������;-- ��������� .;>-���������;  p i Stanley.(MoutIvLast Chancc Crock,) \-,���������' m ��������������������������� - \ ���������������..���������������������������. ,  ::: ���������'���������; ' -.'^-..-ApHl-SO, 1871,' .'..- .,.. j ���������'..: ; .:ap22; :  7  grap  ^!,rf-;w.:v:;r?,i'p^:;;:^J^  ���������������������������;'i  y i  J^!/Go6fis.boiVgiit(i'n^lie^^^ order)' and*cbnsighmentVof "Goods .from  $Mn ,������SJ������ 1W-V  itvi'  ^TO-'J-  I^NfiON���������London an iH  .^i-H:":io^l������SBSiH.'iCqwstakot Modre^Co;^B6wK;humhiSffrdi^?^j|;;r?lo ������<r4l  vV|IOTO^IA^������oJvvo;f liiiitish^ortti-AinerWa^ ^'*MftntiT^ini* <U: i,my6iri��������� 1  FtOCE, .ILOUIt,--'FL'OUfi  T."  ^fr^-  '.ri'   ���������(���������? **������:.������������������"  SODA::iPRlEEK^.:?.,.y/ ^-.^v^T 'M^  'iiVi-ist'^'T  QUESN^L^Ei^.ivtl^  tj .f*y?, iii..; 'Ki. ���������>,-���������.������ y  !..*:���������".������������������ ,"������������������ V;. ' ���������'.'.k^^.^.^'s*^W������.������.i. -v " /'"���������.  ./'..���������:.  :������?j,>  :l:: f>,-^-Tor >>���������������{��������������������������� ,1 ^fii-sii** %,nHj-iw5^^'?������'  fip������riS  Minerk'; Proyi^i^ii;!7St;6re;  ^"'iiiV':i-M-;;'^B^iffiBR^i^  T-yTHIS iSTORE vwjll./always.be^jouii^sa-;,wfll\  -I-Jl   so lec Lod stock Of'thO/.. -,'������.;-f.', '..   .. ut     ,.���������,:-.,..  F R E S H E S Ti; G RQ CE RI ES > A ND  -PROVISIONS: (N.fcARlBOG!.  -:���������''. :;\ -BEST. JAVA COFFEE/f     .:- r/;  Uoasted anil Oround daily.7 ���������i7:."^'.'-^ ...-.y-   'v-:;' '���������'-'-: -*-.���������  ..,;'.- r   -;���������'/���������:-'-; -:>i -, r;',"fi    ���������^r'-1'i'*.r''. -*4-''j> ���������'?������������������?   ?���������-���������':*!  " Brahcli 'Stora: at ��������� Laat-A,  ::.��������� ; :y; ���������"���������!,;Gliaij.'Ce;;;;'{ .*������������������' ''''/;;���������:  Where a. good ^sdrUnenr.o't^qo'dis.^will 'uhyjiys. !^c  Ibund';^'^1 ^v::/' ������������������'"���������''.-': ":'' ��������� ���������:-'^-_-'-':-". ��������� :���������;' :'j:" '**v: ���������  j..'.!' trust hy str i ct a tteri turn j to; Inisi h>ss m n d I'n i r, a nd  yqiuro ilcm 1 ii������������(, to nic11i a'continu;inco ol'; thjUlUf*ra 1  patron ago I i erotol oro ex-tc tiii ed to inc. ��������� ���������       .   -.fo4 j  ���������;:    ,   ���������NiyTT'd'E.' -v  "y  Store Street (between Herald:and Fisgard)  ; ? .:>Vi ;: '��������� iOTCTOEIA,' B.a  '!. ':V.'^-:;:.  ANUREW ASTRICO, -   ���������   -.' ..- .PROPRIEtOR.  S HJCffKBX CTOtf.THAT TgE, COPAliTNER.SHTr  _ heretofore cxfsUn<? under the name uf;" liUYD. &-.  EEATH, Col J-.Spring; House, is hereby dissolved by  inutuu'lconiso'nt. ������������������' .,.   >;....  .., John Boyd asftiwn i ngall liabi 1 i ti es of,' tb e. Fi rru! ������hd'-  p/illectiiii; all $pb,v\ ������u.������i demands duo^thCy ^inn, ������nd  who .will con ii ijci the ; busi ncss j rif lii $$&. M h i.s own  "''Ti/e mo?t cohimoiIiousWl clean Hotel ih Victoria.  T t is" Conducted on' tlio' E ii ropWi.n 'pr i i ie! pi & \' T11������ uibl c  is supplied with- tlio very brst.the iburket-afiords.;/  ,, Jl.enis ;it all.hours of thevday.-  I'rivate Dining  Rooms'(or Fiiiriilh'K. (  :' Brtnfdl:a nd��������� Iio'd^i'n^' per week, ' S5��������� 50. drift ��������� $6 50.  ���������per -;:d ay." $1 ;*; Sin Ld������i ��������� -inea 1 ?{ 37-K een ts. ��������� ��������� Bed &, 50c.  .si'jjggTutFirq proof Sale.in the Ht������uso.. -j ,..iny6r6m  rpHK.lTJS'DERSIGNKD BEGS.TO .INTOUM HIS  1 in eii \\U a"n(i t li e p u li 1 i c ."th a I li (jJi a s ti i tod: up so; 11 e  ,eOMFORXABC^  u his n ew b uiki in g, w \ i e rp, h e -is pre pa re d ������ ;tor|? i vo  fjoudBeds, .a t. a reasonable-��������� .price,r   -Tjiosc. w'h.ti will  favor him wi tlV tliei r pa|ronage, ni iiy ii epentl oh' Xho  cleanness' an ti com fort o lii is hoii"so-l::  ; =>'''.  ; '  Ho; takes also thi siopiwrtu ni ty to rein i ml the*Cari  b ooi t e s th at h.i ? .Br ewe tyi -has r ecc i vod t h in: If IKbT  PRIXE oi' the Coiouy^orjiiscelebraied ,.,1:;   i[Uft ���������  yyyyxx&ffiiy?^''fy'-  ���������An tl the t r u e am'a te a r's w il'lb c a b 1 e to"ju d jre by tli cm  sel vi;"s ��������� th a i}.H iieii' h d n drab 1 # p ri z'e Iva's be eh"'j lis tly  awardodt'o him'; -' - '���������>   ���������������������������^V.  y ������������������".'��������� >-"\':'  -'.;.i'.'it*'p/.  ^ ���������.���������N.-Il.��������� A large frontvrooinit.olct.Ui/'      ^������-i!h'^  ^Barkervrill^Jan,. 23^186)1.^.,^s ,fi( ^N^CU^IO;  ,.^^,^^1^^.^^ best Sewing? %  '��������� M'atfhi n b f o r; F a m i I y ��������� u s e,. be ca u se" 11  Vsoseldom p-etsout of order,-  Ifthoro  .is/one'not. working well in :..;  '//California, .    ��������� .  ���������    <-.;:':  ��������� '���������������������������'"bREGofi," -     .Vi  ,.. ^WASHINGTON;tERRifORY/.  iV^^nevada; ���������   *'��������� '��������� '"��������� m  >:;,;.,.IDAHO,  ,.; ^'-; '  :^?;^L:ASKA,:'  :    '      ":  /    BRITISH COLUMBIA,  'rCtexicoV ..  Vf;;. j A pan,    ;  ,;Or..������HINA, if informed cf it. 1 wi 11  ���������fi:x;(itvWithout  any  expense to tho. ���������  o wrier. ��������� '  :7,mMtJSL HILL, As:r.tv  Ntf^lO':Moii%6mery Street, Ecuth,'.  ^     ; BFfAND HOTEL BUiLBIrlO, : V  ''PANpRANci'ISCC,   pAL,/  , S e n"d i fo r C i rcu I a rs a n d s a m p 1 e svo f  the work; ��������� Active/ Agents wanted" in  every place.-',;-..';.,,"������-./::r.. .....'   ; ./  RrfiEAVEN; A<renl;V  jHO^fim1  Victoria. fl:0.  Van YolkeiLbiirgli &:'Ca  :ANUFAGTURB STR AM ENGINES AND-BOIT/TSBS;  ..  eUher- High or Lpw: Pressure^ ���������, .*; r,;    ���������������. ffi������, r i  .Grist,' Qmi rt z n n "d Saw Hi 1 Is j a n d-;i if Ta'e t' a n y lb fhg  cin ii ee te d ���������"' with ; 'the M ri c I i ii i o: b usin es^i. Trim' 'aiid  Rruss Gust nig* ol all 'ties crip tioi^s. ������������������- Ou ;li an d -a n i- tb r  ������������������-XEA'&'-PEB^INS^:/:;  'V. 'Celebrated ���������:      '.'-."  WOR'CE S T E R S HIRE    S AUCx  i'i;: ii". fDuclarl'dbyConufnsscHU^tobe" '/  *.  ^ :^vTHE.-ONBY.;'Gr6qii siuqp;���������'��������� ;^  ;: ':.'���������$.  ���������, Al 1 or������I<��������� r,Sv11irrnriptly'��������� attoiided- to<��������� <: rjjurms.Cash; a t  .our Works.in..Victori;������-,���������. i t<;..>..,���������.,-. ,'. ������������������. ���������,.' f.. .] u. ,\  ''���������'im-13'tiin  "    ���������" ' OTUTT'&'.IliylNG/.prfiprietdrs.. :  '.a*;--*  a*������:  fr: ,:l  5t^i  Barkerville, Richfield  ���������Aa'd-  w  name.  Cold Spritig }Tou?e,;  ,}  "Styii 13th, 1871. |  ������������������- ;JOH^BOYO..,.  . ^..H.^IfiAfH,:  ';;^V.r.^ie'felm  JEST  ,A, SUPPLY OF TRE  fffillY'GF FIS'S]  MESSES'.- JTRACi-LOt --&T -??ASOy w> preparnd to  -i"urn ish U\ 11i.bc��������� r a t it h eir "Ali 11 J?, Wi 11 fam': Creek;  or d.cl.iv or/it .to order. >*������ , \-:i!_   J;a,v: l; r * .*���������?* .'.. :.--i,' ���������  .,. GEEEK;AT' TH.E,S.AME:.iUTES; ������31 OiS  -.-WILLIAM'C^isiific!', "  ..:-' V,;  '' ���������' Having a Pinning Ma chine in' ope'rntioh thVy will  ttlgo'f u rhi3xi' nra Jgeli L'Uniber * a t "sa.1 fafa.ctory Hi U/.  Caution jagaan-sit .S^raucl.���������The ^,ucce^-������ <jr tin*  ipi ifj't delhjj0 ii3 a n d riuiriyn lied. Cont\ j m el i,t. 11a vif������ >  rlAused' 6'e rUt i n i\ ediers to ti pp 1 y th p: ivn ni e "61 " "?'ttr,t?'^"  ^'f'H'ln're"Haiicc*���������? :.tbh-). 111Tr own inferior!������ih)ponnds,-111"  *I) u bl i o!: i a < 11 er r b y i n-h >r li i ed -t 11 u t tb o on 1 y wa y to pru-  curotl������ogi;nuino, is.to.. ;      .'    .-/,.;'   ������������������; ,. /.;���������':  ASK:: FOR -��������� LEA;'-.&" BEKRIKSV -SAUCK  IOj d .to 'mG '��������� t It ii't ��������� t lui\x ��������� tfa bics fere, U ] >'on t he -W uaiW������  labkls, HTi).nM-;.K. im <l .norn ja-Vf* ���������-���������** / >\'j "���������'''. ,; '��������� *���������' i ���������  " sVm^ol theVorei^n markets Imvfag hpi*n������uj:W'u  with jispiniuus Wort;(^t,er.vbi������'< f?anee.uj*oii tlie wnM';  tper-an<iinUel-.s.oi wliio'h.tlie-yhljie.������tri l^ui !\ii.d.l,in'nn^  ti a ve, .been'. i'org e ds/ hi. aii d V- ������\<- v. in i tfevjl 1 ',H ^ #'%.  'hnvj- 'furi'il^hedUiieir corr^rOhih hiK'.with J������;^'J; ^  :������ttorhe^ to-lake i:n^-LyiVt.-jifi-^'fliiipE1 -nirsinitf r-ftTAMJ-  FA'crn r i:n sn ml VkS j)( nis fa T.s'ti e.K-, .,-< i r ai i p o t b er tern a -  . Lion s b y, .\y li! c h t h e i r ri g h I J.aO'V 11 e in lj ii (ee tl^f:.; rj.  ���������'Haihe^ bn.-:.W^a#>pe.r;, tL.al5g^5^&Ltl<sjL:^?lCl  ;;,stpppor,';; ",,.J;.!,.. ,.,VJ,,..-;.   ift.ft^n'vt'  ;; "\Vholej=AK! and for"exi������ofi by Che I'rt^Vieler^.Wfi.  V.e'ster-jtiroMu>u ntl Bin Uk \ee]}', 1 /nidini) tic'. ^re.;j; una  by G roe{>rs in.i <i <>iI ni eii u������i-v.er.sjf 1JVv:������:y** "^ *���������'' .|���������; '���������''  I GL*,  r:?. ;i&������l#<VE STERNS  mrEp���������"'s'EXi'Rte^'i*R'%"^  a nd lftih ol: vu ch 111011 tb, inaki eg- reg.u Iin; t.M prf -W io������  'ahionili.1 '''"���������.y ���������'   l '*;   '  ",; '   ' ''' '   .V' ' *  '}"', ,.,  ������  TJ  ������:  | ��������������� si ������-  fe '"  m


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