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 ������������������I =  <m  m  Qi: y  Mm  m  t  Vol. 11.  B^|Eoryiller^illiani .Creek, B.C., Saturday, October 21, 1871.  No- 25  THE t1������IB00 SPTIPL  Published:every Saturday by,  E 0 BE R T/   H 0 L-CO W'A Y..,  Subscription*   - *���������  50 Gents /.per \Veefc  .    ^,.. RATES, OF A DVB ItT TSIN&J / /  For ono snjiiire (oiio incb), fii^st insertion,,  "    ���������'"_* *;'*���������-''' *���������;���������-���������<"'>'        oae month,   ���������'  For t wombat:esr. jrstinsertiony - /��������� . r;  "'..' V.    fA'Jj!/;:/onc ihoutli,- ... - .,,-  :-"//;.  $3  fi '*V...i  ...   ,. K  .:>.'<���������  .Agents,fpr/ tlie> * Caribooo #eiitinel.^  o.VunAVtnk.In,-.-//��������� '-������������������;/���������  (Juesnelm������>.u'th \;':;;-���������" .-;-���������;  Roda Creek, /'.- ,':���������-.--  iCMntoii,/- :-;������/.,/���������'���������<.?��������� V-"  -' Yule, .   ���������;���������-*���������"  ���������:-...,���������  No w.-..AVes.tin m*5tcrv / -U -  :. VlCtOrhi',.^-.-^;/-^.-'. .ir H ���������  HiAn &���������%.,;;���������'-.   >;.-������/;������  Mr J;W.;Uiim]art;:-;;/  .     , .nj^rniird^.fixprbss  / "Ai /Ityrmtrd?* Express  -./ i" ^liftrnaril'o; Express  ��������� ;/*���������<,������;. ��������� do .,,.;  i  tio  ',-//'   Jobn;.Murr;ty   ...  /'������������������ ���������// * At'A^pt] Cohens  -     >:!: ..'Sun Francisco  lages of Forestville, Whiterock, Soutbbranch  and HnroivCity have been entirely destroyed  and others partially burned. Nothing has  been heard from Point Austin-or PorfCres-,  cent, but it is hardly possible tbey have escaped.  LouLsvlIlo,  12lh���������The  attempt to  indict  Comptroller Connolly fell through.  Zy'y:���������/"-'' V"*B;:EA S\ &,";;CA^������*//;.''y2-' %  IU CIFIC COAST, A^RTISING AGENCY,  ft*1?. .;Vc ���������">���������;';. ^sJlG M ontSfo'raery Pt-HVef//' /'��������� */ ,  * A Aro ��������� on r>au thnr i scp dv Afreh'ts; i n{San 'F-r aii'ci & c o.  Kj:  ���������"////���������///rlffe .p^^i^oo/sENTiNEK-;... -:,;/';;;";'  JOB   PR^  1/1=ti- 1������. .OVreulinfo^TT^  ;.? ��������� \j-������n rUjumfcThtntrical "i'Eii|.erttijmne'n s: ���������' ���������-"!'"���������:  ���������f   -.. '��������� ?..���������/���������'J*.. "������������������'������������������/< ���������, . is::'.;.'.'' If * i.-y<- # ������-. ?;.���������*. - =���������-; / j. *>���������-?,������������������->��������� -<���������'-:.- ���������.  7*SSr> '���������; \ i*c u i-e* 1 iv i 111��������� n ea t ness a n d d ispatch i^g^  ;.;;/' i'^/:.H ^ ^^TVM'M'-m^iMValet^ '*'���������'   ������������������'���������--.���������1;V--  W^M^M^m  y.y-Ayy * /CALIFORNIA.        : " :-   ''  .'/-. Sahs :Franciseof; 12th���������$70,000 have, been  sent forward; to the aid of the Chicago sulfur..  'et&yyAM. z'--*. '������������������"/'/      :.-������������������.. ���������  ;//Letters:/r6ntShell Creek speak confidently  of ihe'hew mines.  Tb e Paci fie In mi ran ce co. o f San' Fran Cisco  have1 arr/fiii^ecl- to p ay al I ��������� their 1������>sses by 'to e  Chicago, fire'"rand will continue business; as  bet'istofbVa;^;.This Company is said to have  :lost $'t.000:.0bo' by the disaster, but the stock-  ���������holders: beibitamongst the wealthiest citixena  ���������qfrSan Fran Cisco, tifey expect no difficulty iii  discharging'their liabilities.      . ,.     ���������'-./     ;  MISCELLANEOUS.  f  JQST RECEIVED  AT     RBNWIE S.  A large supply of   '  Uiiderclothing^  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN^'S '   ���������  '/^".NeW Goods will, he received every  week/durhig(tbe,seasoti.^^ ... / -,;. '  SF^CTAL, ��������� TO THE G AH.IBOO SlNTmEti  ., /..tJJK.gRKA.f ���������FiLRB>"t.9?^jB0-'.:";'  VC hi cmi ������ i������,' Oct.   1.2/rrTh e t* ii wrr& w v e nil at. -  t������im j) is at i n c* ii t������U a H s m last nigh t bu I In ��������� e v e ry  |(iBt������iicW: tli������ -perp'etrat<>rfl  were, summarily  '/(lealt ;Wit;hr aiid / their fate.'; wi������h that/of I heir  ��������� brother friends previously caught, it is iioperl  . \v i 1 Is topi. th ese i ii f er ii a 1. a ttem p ts. -,Th ,e .Bin y o r  has placed the complete police ������������������authority of  the ciV.y ia ihe ban' ils,! 6f Gei^eral Sheridani  wi th i ml i i n it e il ,p o ur ers.,. T bee ity, n k th o ri ties  "luvve established a Morgne for tlie 'receipt, of1  d end bodies.. .Up; ;to :th is; h o nt ab ou t 60 have  been deposited. ..The body of Dr. Max was  fo ixikI hear li is o ffi de b n' CI ark sire e fc, also th at  .pf-,U)|man..tb^ban,ker....;���������/..   ,  t*aw rence,' Kansk*, Oc tob er 11 ��������� A 1 arge  meeting, presided over by the Mayor, was  < rt he Id to -n i ght ilii aid o f; the; Chi ca go s 11 ffe r e rs.  Over $30,000 we're" subscribed'. on the spi>t,  and the.CUy Council \vaa������requested to appropriate $10,l0Oi>: ' A corn nii ttee was ap1 po.in I e d  to canvass the1 city.: Cart loads of provisions  were sent from here yesterday.  New York, 12 th���������-Subscriptions in Wn shin j?to n"ci ty i n aid v b f the ; Ch i ca go su ffe re rs  will probably reach $150,000. Those of Boston will reach $250,000. Philadelphia has  subscribed $1,000,000. ���������  Louisville, 10th--Wood' fires are raging  al o ng th e t ai I ro ad which have swept a way  mlies \ipon miles of ���������; fences and not a few  houses, bams and corn fields. The inhabit  an ts o f the to w n, w hi ch is si tn a ted o n th e  n o.i:.t h er n s i d e p f . t h e road,, we re compelled to  / turn out io hight' by the '"fires' in'the woods.���������  On Tuesday the town of Brnz/tl was seriously  threatened, and the utmost excitement prevails among the citizens.  Detroit-, mh^News from St. Clair and  Huron Counties in this state is of a most (lis-  tr es'si n g oh ara c ter;   A p or ti on Of the to wn of  . Saginaw, and, north to a point 40 miles above  Huron, has been completely swept by fire.  A  ..nuinber of. Urea have been lost,.aud the vil-  y^AyyA^yyy: .VICTORIA. :,  /..yictoHa^l-iitli��������� Mr G. Staples.^f -Dank of  British North 'America, was mairied on 10 th  insfc. to Miss McDoimld.  /; Tbe Spi ritu a]' i ��������� t Ci pi e. passed an \ n te rv i ew  wutU.,the;Jate/Capt:tin Frain.who was lost by  tbo explosion of the steamer .Emily Harris.  He/stated'that he wai struck with a billet of  ���������wood; stabbed and heaved over board, being  weigh ted; with: a piece p f irniY an rt tb ro w n i n to  140 fat 6 o ins ioI wa I er. T h e C h i n ese c o o k arfcl T  th e. wb i te ,m ii n.��������� av e re at so ma d o' aw ay ���������. w 11 h by  he Indians.;after which tho latter attempted  o run the boat and she exploded. .  ; Th e, Go 1 o n i ? t states that t he Sen at tts h I p ?  have been offered.to Drs. Hcimcken and Cai>  l a I and Mr Cornwall, //  So m e f e w weeks ag o th e p ol ic e of t h is ci ty  arrested ii popr ,dem ented Chinaman n ear one  of thrf wharves who manifested a disposition  to throw hi nisei fin to the water/They took  him to jail and lie has since lain ther'������. The  last mail from Cariboo brought a bill de"  sc rib i'h'g: th f * pe.rso n a i a p p e ara n ce of "Ah Sing.  a Chinaman who bad broken jail at Richfield;  and yes11*rday it. was tliscovered tlicit' the 1 u-  n a ti cans w ers the desc ri p tio n o f * t h e f11 g i t i ve.:  ���������He is 11 el (1 / f 0 r fu r tb e r e % a mi n a'ti on. ��������� I i ������������������ is  thought the police will claim the $500 reward. 3  ,.. Si x candid at.es we re n nmi n n ted to-day i n  Victoria city for the Local House. Polls will  be held on Monday next.  One case of registration occurred in Esqui  malt division in which the person described  himself as a bummer. The Court of Revision  objected to this, and it was amended to read  a gentleman bummer, which the Court accepted.  Capt. Jolly, of the Lightship j has resigned..  and Captain Hicks* the pilot, hai been appointed pro tern.  .   The Sparrowhawk sailed forNewWestmin  a ter to-day with tha Lieutenant Governor.  The Otter left yesterday for S keen a Forks.  / The buoys at month of Fraser river will bp  re-painted for the Dominion Government al  once.  BOOTS, SHOES, ,   ;  ;Clotliiiig, -and .Groceries,  OF THE BEST QUALITY,  For sale at tbe Store or tbe undersigned in Barker  viUe,upposii( lUe Haukoi BriLisUCoUimbbi.  AV/KKNNIE.  i  jcl'  BOOTS MADE TO OBDER  ���������as Uisiial 1 ���������  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  ANl������  / G-ejieral Agency;^  A-//-JAMES; VViCKHAM;  aplSif ../              .        / fei^keryille^  Dissolution of Partnersliip  ���������\TOTTOB. JS HERKBY GIVEV tbat  the business  il    beretofora carried on at Barkerville by llo> nn  derMpiifttl, in  Uuil'lTs and Carpenters,' baa been dissolved bvmntiiftl consent.  ���������:;:/A.../-; ���������P;EffO,l:Afi;,';  ;';:.': BARKERM^lZE^i-yyZ  ���������COMMISSION. STORAGE.  "(jtpoceriesy- Provisions and  Liquors;  '       DEPOT-   FOR  MISCELLANEOUS.  A Chance!  PARTIES   PREPARING : FOR   WINTIS  WILL   SAVE   MONEY S  By oilliaj at the  Second-hand   Store,  Vhef* th'ey'win fldd'n flH^assortBaeaV-if'  Of  w.'i n  -ALSO,���������  niv-20  PEEfENTIOl BSTTSR THAU CUBE.  1HAVE been roquet nd by several rwpretaWo par-  .vtii's/wliocuh ii>i it.v to tho oli'Ciicy of my feysium,.  to aguiii muke public tiio facet tbat  Moses' Hair Inyigorator  WILT, PUBVKNT-BAl.DXFSS.  RE^TOUK HAIR THAT IS BEC&ttlSffl THIN  OH FAlid^G (!VF, awi ed'.'tilHully  OUKK SCUISb* OU DANDltUFF.  Th 1 s i s not- a mere aJESPr ti on o n my pa r t, a s I ha ve,  i n in"y pos a t" ss ion n n m ore mt es'U mon la I a ou r t H y j n g to  the ku(jbcss oi' wy ru������������Cl!y��������� t���������:;, ���������:, , ,   x,   ,  I tio not dl cour������������: pKt������u������ l.nat 1 can make the hair  grow on beads winch.have been .bsild ror y������;ars ; but  I will\i'u'ap������ntoo to.i^top tbo. Uuir IV.om IVillitiir off, to  i n v r(!ii������<^ i ts il ro w tb. a tt d o fleet wall y ro m 6Vi ^eiiVt' or  iSuUruDr ��������� ��������� W. 1). HOBLSI,  u .      . BiirkerviJle^.C.  C'En'TlFICATE.  This is to certify that during Ia������t spr'.ng my hair  MINERS' fc' CARPENTER'S TOOLS, '  :zinc; lead pipe,z';   , V,., ������������������   2  / /)   .'SHEET IRON (all gauges),7 2  :..   ���������       :   STOVE POLISH, . ���������-. i-i������  ������������������) -��������� ' r ���������'       r- ItEVOLVERS;- 'GUNS.r;;"^'  ":/7;;���������;/. /'"BAixs^/Ci^ps^'SHbT,  .POWDERi. POWDER .FLASKS,";. 7/ ;.'���������;!  ' ��������� SHOT; BAGS,--; Z'A.ZZy^Z :,,.,,;:  1    DOOR LOCKS;- PADLOCKS,{v v  ;;7;%jSTARI)'AMIllL^AWFlilW  And other articles too nuraerous to-, mention.  FORCE  PUMPS- and \ BEER MACHINES  /put up and warranted.: '������������������.-l(  ��������� ���������..&*-: STOVES  MADE  TO'ORDER' it  moderate prices. -  '< ������������������'   y y^<���������^l������������������������������������  '���������^- Repairiog of Metaladone as usual/   "-.  :       THOS,< FLE^rCHErt,  . . ��������� ��������� -. ���������������������������" .'��������� Barkerville.  To the Electors of Cariboo  ��������� ancl Lillooet, 7 .  . Gentlbmbx,   '.������;.��������������������������� ,-;������������������.* -���������  In pursuance of the .terms of  Union you will shortly -be called on lo elect  a member from, our joint pisti'ic.tstp repres*uit  v o i iin! the- House , d! ;.Co m t n on a ,b ������... Ca n aebv.  F.n r tiiis ��������� po si tion 1 now o fTer m y sel t. a s; a pa i v.  di date, an d sh 6 ii I tl ���������. you d o / me tt i.e. /b ou pr o f  ret u vm ng rae .-.a������. y/o.n r Re preseh| ativo 1 ������uaII;  to -th e b es t of m y ability, strivo^ to-p rove,- th at  your confidence has not been misplaced.,.  ; 1 f elected I sh all use; m y b es t-eii d ea vo r b to  promote the interests of? onr /Province so fat*  as they can ,b������ aftVeted by/Pedera 1 'Legisht���������  tionvand -,abrve aU, to.; expedite^tlie;: g mn d  bond;of Union-rtbe Trans-continentalsUail-  r.oad</./rV. ?,������.,i,'t.V ./'���������''/i^''* ^'i A' --';--' "-yy  \V i th re teren ce to gen era Ipol1 tical ma tier fl������  I c������n on 1 y say at prosent that if honored by"  your suffrages. I shall pro to the.House of Com-  moris u u tru in me 11 ed by party :; ob 1 igati6 ns;  save, that I >hall. consider/it my <lut.y, and the  duty of every member from, this Province, to  1 e n d a cheer I n 1 s u p p o r t / to tb e, Ml n istvy to  whom we owe our new; birth and poli.Ucal  enfranchise mmifc. ..���������;;/��������� V v.- '  1 have tbehono.r to be,.; '/���������  .  GcntUunen,   >\ / :%  - Yonr obedienl servant.    . .  J. SPENCER. THOMPSON.  BarkervillevS������pt. 9. 1871. .������������������   *  Barnard9s Express*  OUR    ENVElfbPES  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  12 1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100. :,  Our Agents at wa v i>ia eeH ������w *H d IIitf������nc������i I n bcoin$:  tliAt letter* iir������ promptly forwarded to jwims beytmU  t^gQlar,tage rauUS.;/    ;   y^   mmA^ ,  OTiCE  -Johh; Bruce /will collect all debts and pay ah   was-rnpldly^ tailing outuny^y^^^JSo1^^1/  labilities of tbo lato flrui. >���������&  JOHN BRUCK.  JAMK9 O. KANK.  inir uabi wlien I applied to Mr W/ D..MOSES, Barber,  Hiirto'rvfllP who iu a lew weeks restored;my hair to  its rofmer ii^VMiy state [DAVID GIBBONS  PurkcrviHe ilwAlQ, 1866*  Af&ti'V  TS HEREBY G'lVBSTEAT THE COPARTNERSHIP  1 heretofore ex is tin jr under the name of BOY;l) is  HEATH. Cold; Sprintf House, h Hereby chssoH'ftd by  1MjShn ���������BowUssuraini! all .liabilities of tbe Firm &M  col lectin ir all debts and clemaluls due tbo Finn, iiod  who will opuduoi the busiaess in luturo in ���������bis own  Ulim0v .*y ' JOHN* BOY P.  .������.!���������' 'CH. HBATH,  ColdSprtagHous^^ 1  gopt. ISth, UT1. j  B.o23l!ii  wnmiMinmni ���������<y-.-\-  nA  yxy  yyy  zy  A  -.������������������I!.!  -,-t;:  4 .:  I!;  eon  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY. OCT. 21,  1871. .  35:  : < ���������;  /;//  v.. ;  i /  <"������$8Ka  THE CARIBOO ELECTION AND POLLING  - ;<   ;PLACES.;/:  The Writs having at last been received the  Returning Officer for this district bas ilxed  Monday next -as- the/ '-lioxhina ttah day ��������� and  -Thiirsday, 16 th November, as the day for; poll-  *itig in case 6f a pontest. By a lenfethy��������� procl*-  . .111 ation'of the > Lieii t en a n t Go ver h or th e pol 1-  Ing places for the Who!������������������ province have been  app oi ntedi'"%. m atte r wb i c h we , th 1 n k. sh pu I d  have been1 left to^ the discretion of the return-  inif office rs,. who being intimately acq u ainted  with theirafcyeral districts would nave been  ab I e to ar ra nge the local i tie s i n a m ore s 11 i t  ^v,fefel< mftnttfenttfttt^���������^fl������ld/^oflaS^I^^3r.��������� B<rVdbfB������-"*in  Victoria, /;, In the Election Regulation Act  11 pedal provisi op,, was/ no arte ;ai 11 ho ri ?A ng t h e"  returning officers to doso; but the power has  :   now been taken;ont of their hands.   Clause/8  reads/iv'^It shall be lawful for the Governor  2\,&b ^^ncil;irona/tlme;tpfti  '���������' k*pl a be' foryi ne ri om inatio ti of c a rid i d ales' in each  el ectoral: d is tr i c t, and ��������� \o���������* p poi n t a h y ad d i -  tional polling places within any electoral di������*  trie! or/within any-polling division/of any  {* >lectorsal^i6trict^../Theabove section, it will  bo seen, does not render it imperative upon  ;~ She~Gnv*rnor to;.appoint-the- polling places,  aor. judging from section 13, was it intended  that be should do so in ail cases. This section  ;   leads: u it iri any case it happens that there  / is no place at wbich iihder the .provisions of  / tbiflftct the poll ought to be held, then the  returning";officer shall himself appoint the  pi������ce:or. places/in his district, or in each poll-  n Jng,diyi8������pn of his diatrict. selecting such as  ��������� *l tie de'ems most cenIral and.cpnventen t fpr th e  majority of; the electors."    Now; had the  proper course been pursued, and the-powers  evidently intended to be conferred on return-  A, ing officers by the abeve section been in-  ?" 110at ed tb their * d isc re tion.' the res u 11 w 0 u 1 d  */ 'tinlv*;been 'inucb more satisfactory. : We ob-  ./ nerre that the Mainland Guardian finds fault  &v wi tb at least one of the: po 11 i ng p I aces ap ���������  punted for the district of New Westminster,  i and other districts may possibly have similar  complaint to make; but we will confine oiir-  ��������� selves to Cariboo and aee how things stand  here.   The electoral district  is divided into  / -MX polling diyisions���������BarkerviUe, Lightning,.  Kei th ley������: Q������ 1 esnel mou tb, W i 11 iams Lake and  ���������O mi need.-- For/tbe first; the polling place is  4 Ao be atiRicbfield, whereas Barkerville won Id  liave ;beeri/mucl^m^  it is only abb 1 it a mile 0.1 it pf.;the way.   Had  ^he seiection been entrusted to the returning  offi car it is p rob ab I e thai, a aeoo n d p 011 i n g  ���������/��������� 1>1 *?* Would have been appointed at Grouse  ���������* j re������ k / where there sh on I d ha ve been ��������� one.���������  Ne 11; Lightn ing Creek: ��������� Vanw inkle suits wel I  '  ������ti o'ttg h;"'��������� / W c tbe h cp me to Kei th I ey :���������t h e  x!i-polling;placeisto:be'atthteMouth^of Keith-  ;   ley, while there is only one voter on tbat  -creek arid sixteen on Harvey creek.; some 12  -< ������r li miles off.   Tb e. poll should be h el don  the latter creek, and a petition to have the  %pl ace changed is ex pec ted to come by the  814 x press: to-d ay oTr t o -rn or ro w: b u t i t i 3 doii b t-  if ���������-it \v i 11 -be i n ti rh e to be success fi 11,���������a n  ''���������   evidence of the folly of arranging affairs* at  headquarters whiebsbould be regulated on  llw spot. (The next division is Quesnelmouth,  with five votes, a I Iin the town// Then comes  Will iams Lak e/ wi th s e v eh vo tes;   th ree at  the Iak=e. b ne ft t: Deep creek, one acrom. th e  Eraser about the Chilcoateu, one at the 141-  mile pest, and one at the 150. For this division  ; the- polling place has been fixed at the 150-  mile house���������a place  neither- '��������� central  nor  ���������convenient for tbe majority of the electori=.,J  The last polling division on the list is Omin-  eca. for which only one poll is to be held at  Gerhiansen creek, but wo opine that on the  16th of November it will make little matter  where the polling place is so far as the nuai-  :"h3������r of voters left in the division is concerned.  Taking everything into account, we think; itj  very mi fortunate   that the Lien ten an t-Gov- j  #������rnor has adopted the present conrse, but as |  ihere is still time before tbe polling day   we|  tmpe he .will aend instructions to the return-  f per officer by telegraph to ninke any alterations or additions which may appear essential; ���������  .  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WILTJAM CURES:.      /,  The Forest Rose co. last week washed- 290  oz. The Ballarat washed 55 pk^ ]Tbegniild  weather enables most of tbe/ upper:^creek  claims to -continue at workiv /A -A ytiAyy-Zy  :LOWHKK CRKBK. ��������� ;/>'/-. ///://,'//  The Black Bull co. washed last week nearly  60 os. Tlie scarcity of water on the surface  at the .11 pp.e.r;par t, of' tbe c reek pre ven ts the m  wo r k i nfc to i ad van tageV: as th e i r w h eel b aving  both to pump and hoist prevents their getting  out much dirt, /The Victoria co. are,getting;  some good pay, but ihe ground is very bad  to work/ The Brown co. having struck an  old tunnel of Victoria co. last week were kept  back on account;of water, but this being now  drained^Will^et^n^better.       ;.;..;;    ;;  .-/; ���������  JACK;OF CLUBS .CRBE*.1'  The Fi rs t 0 h ance c 6. are mak ing wages 0 n  the bench.   The Two Sisters co, are sinkiag  in: hard -bed-rock. ���������;;������������������':���������.." f ������������������/-;    .  \'/-. A, ���������       ;.-.���������  /���������' ; //;:/'/-./:,v;LTOHTNTNa;CBBEK. V ././''  ; Th e Sou th Wal es co. 1 ast week washed 630  oz. The Spruce cb. are opening from the new  tunnel run by the South Wales and getting  moderate pay. The Lightning co. have got  started again. ; The; Victoria eo. have not attempted going farther into the channel than  where they struck the good prospect last  week,' but have been running another drive  to. cut off the water. Every one feels in good  jipirits about their prospect.- ���������'���������  ������00 AR iJgRKK.  The Chinese, companies who have been  working oil this creek all summer are evidently getting pay, and are laying in tbeir  winter's stock.  ,.      :. COOPKIt's GUJUJU-,  On this gulch, emptying iiitb'Sugar creek,  the company which have been prospecting  have got good wages pay and intend working  all winter.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  PROCLAMATJOIT.  COUNTY COURT.  .  Education. .--An   n n fo r t n n a to  u Heat b e n !  Chi nee" who cou I d n o t a p p rec iate the ad van !   tages of free e du ca tion fb' r the risi ng ge n e r -  ati on and cbmpals.ory tar a lion for their  *eniors, was summoned by the Co Hector be J  fore the Magistrate's Court yesterday, and  failing to appear the.amount of tax and costs 1  was ordered to be oollected by distress of  goods and chattels, or committal for seven  ���������days. ������������������.-.'���������'-������������������ ��������� '  Kkkti^g at Lowhkk���������Mssars. Hunter and  Thompson addressed a meeting of th������ electors at Mr -Forrist's' b otel on Tuesday e ven ing.  Tbe meeting was well attended, and Mr Cyrus  Tonng occupied tbe chair. Lo wbee has been  pi^viously visited by tb* other candidates for j  the;^#a3biy.        , *��������� ' "  Befor* H. M. Ball. Esq,  Gold CommfsBloner *nd  County Court Judge )  Monday, October 16.  J; W. Lindhard vs. J. BuRuB���������Suit for  $13-1, amount of a promissory note, and S254.  balance of current account for merchandise  due to the la te fi rm 0 f Beed y & Li nd h ard.  PI a jn tiff test i Med 10 th e c 0 r rec tn ess of th e  cl ai m / an d p rod u ced the pu b I ish ed / n 0 ti ce \ of  d issol n tipti of partnershi p bet ween Mr Beedy  and bnnself. -���������/   ..       :������������������ j)y:���������;/;/3'���������' ;;;     '     -:;  M r JDayie/ d e! end ant Js cou nee 1, m 0 ved 7or a  nonsuit on the;ground that delivery of the  goods bad not been proved, and also that Mr  Beedy ?s n a 1 ne so 0 n 1 d ,h a ye bee n jp i n ed i n t h e  su i ti -.. No pro of ha d be en p rod 1 i ce d that he  had consented to its being instituted; while a  ebbsc in:actipn;wa> not really assignable. /  ;_ The/Cpurt,' after hearing the argument' of  ���������counsel and the authorities quoted on the  subject, decided that suit should have been  brought in the name of Beedy & Lindhard,  tb;which the.consent of the former must be  obtained in writing, for which, if de8ired,:an  ad j o 11 rn m e nt m igh t' be gra ri ted.  ;: PI ai n I i ff b a v ing reqii ested tha fc. th is co urse  might be adopted, cpunael for defense subse-:  quently agreed to accept the:change.  The Court decided that the proof of deliv-  e ry lii o t h a vi n g b een . gi v en..'. j u d gmen t, co u 1 d  only be given for the amount of the promissory note, but as this would, have debarred  any fur tb er re co 11 rs'e for. the cur rent; acco u n t,  plaintiff agreed to accept a nonsuit.  Chix Hen, vs. A. Bkluch.���������Suit fofilOS  87, balance due for labor iu defendant's claim  on. Grouse creek b������tween June 7 and Oct. 4.  Defendant admitted ihe debt/but stated  that the claim Had not paid sufficient to enable bim to settle with the Chinamen. He  bad. wanted f-bem to continue work and be  would pay them aa fast as he could, but. they  bad left, and be had been forced to sell half  the chum and employ soother party.  Judgment for plaintiff.  ���������Four other Chinamen sued for balances  due   by   same   defendant in similar cases.  Judgment confessed.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Laying  Over Claims.  ON AND AFTER FIRST NOVEMBER, 1871,  ALL  Minlntr Claims in Cariboo District are  boreby  " LAID OVER" until 20tli Msr. 1872.  fSi^nrrrt,) *       H. M. KALL.  ccH Jsn A.tr.Cf.  District of Cari-  Tdoo, to wit.  UBLIO NOTICE lis HEREBY GIVEN  to the Electors of the District of Cariboo that, in obedience to Her Majesty's Writ  to, me directed, and bearing date tbe second  day of October, in the year of our Lord One  thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, I  require the presence of the said Electors at  the COURT. HOUSB, RICHFIELD, on the  23d day of October, at ELEVEN o'clock in  the forenoon, for the purpose of Electing  Three persons to represent them in the Legislature of this Province1; and that in case a  Poll be demanded and allowed in the raahner  by law prescribed, such Poll will be opened  on the SIXTEENTH day of NOVEMBER,  at the undermentioned places, between the  hours of Eight, o'clock, a,m,, and Four o'clock,  p.m.:  POLLIKO DIVIBIONS.  Richfield.  Quesnelmouth,  Keith ley Creek,  Lightning Creek,  Williams Lake,  Omineca.  POLLING PI.ACCS.  The Court House.  Tbe Government Office.  Quesnelmouth.  Mr   S.    Smith's   Store,  Mouth of Keith ley. "  Mr  Lindbard's   Saloon,  Van Winkle.  Mr A. S. Bates'" House,  150 Mile Post,  The  Government Office,  Germansen Creek.  NBW ADVERTISEMENTS;  TO J. S. THOMPSON, Esq. :;..>���������'  ;/-. We, the undersigneu/ Electors of Cariboo -DU.  trict, baring confldepc������ iri yoMt abilily, would re  qutpt you to allow yourself tobe noininated.not only  mr tbo Doioluion Parliament,^for wbich   you ������fe  ftlraady a/panUidftte, but also for*the Ix)cub LegiaU-'  tare, pledging owraelve* should you do. bo tp a������������ mr  best endeavora to tecure your return to botli Hou������������a ;  W Davison  Jobn Bruc*    '  F BissonutUe  J H Todd .-.,,,.  9 PParkcr  Jobn 0 Gcmdioip  Wm Mania  Wm Galicy  Tbosliayi'ry  Cb.na Vaiiiantfttr  TRPattullo  Gomer Johns  Thoa L Brlgge;..'.  Joe Wilson  J no Uhlpp  Wm Kenui������  W Powell  G N Marshal!  DL BallunUae  Hugh Ross ;  Kobt Groij?  Tlios Kbucher'/ .""-;  Jolic McAlbwr  Wm F AudtrsoB/  Arch McNaugbtoa  BjMcDonell .���������i..  Wm Bodd .���������:���������:-.-  RbbV Watson.  Jarhea-IniK'* ���������'"���������������������������,  Thus Diixbury   '  Wm Smith./ "'���������������  Wm Owen .  O'F'W'vaUv.-..  Kobt MoNa*  Tlioinay Tavlor ���������-���������  l)/f &mUh !/./_;_  EOwcnilfnVft -/- "  WW Hout^inaa  W Hitchcock:    ; '������������������  Sain" el Oray  XVm Wicbaid /  J H.NicUolaott  1 Geo* Byrnei   '  Hy Jewoll'  Andrevr Weldo*  THKlynn-  J Z Hough  Thos-nanHnf      ,  R li Oevlltf������������������-���������;.'-  James Leah  Andrew T\etch*t  James PtngwaU,  John Jhdh's  Jos Derlln  Wm Thompsoa  8am Drak������i  KStarrett  Andrew. Kelly  It Hollo way ;���������''  Jas A mm  Kobt H Browa  George Sprue*  ,IC Price v ���������:������������������'-���������/  ;jpbn Stevensoa"  John NaiamitU .-'..;  Kalph Watson ��������� /  Tetcr Oilier  Thoa Hi net ,  WAlexuud������������r     -'  Jus Gunnel! :  Kobert Barrv  K A AlbertiOB...  PGleiHiinniUjf- '  John Hunter  Samuel Uoberti  Of all which every person Ii hereby required  to take notice and govern Liraself accordingly'  Given under my hand at RichBeld, the  Fourteenth day of Octooer, One  Tbouiand eight hundred and seventy-  oue.  II. M. BALL.  Returning OAlcer.  'Z'y-1''' ',w'^//';:';r'-;K'.pvl/Y: ;."���������;���������'";/.  Opstl* Mp.v,-rl bad not, prior 10 the n*c*ipt dfyoti  flattering Bequiiltiou^ Intended to offer myaelf aa a  candidate for*the Provincial House/of Assembly. bit  m derer������:ncp/f.e tbe ritqueaiof aonjany of tho Kl;<etr>rs  01 Ca r i boo I j>lace mys*rl t a t" your it is posal and :���������* cc' p I  the nominaiton. Thanking yon for the conflu-nca  you  express  towards me, wbich If 'vies ted I * hall ������;���������  my best to reti? in,.; -  ./���������;������������������;,.���������'���������       '": ������������������������������������;'     '������������������������������������������������������ f\ ��������� '������������������������������������.  ���������:'���������������������������: I remain, your obdt. servant. /  ->���������������������������'-.        J.: SPENCER THOMJ'ftOJI,  Harkerville, f th Oclober, Xi71. ������tT  TO JOSEPH HUNTK.R, JEsq, :. /'.  We,/the undersigned/ Electors of Cariboo District,' having con fidence in your ability and Intrgrity,  request that you will albw yourself to be placed {u  nomination *t the forthcoming election to ai-rv* a#  one of the Representatives from this, District in the  Legislative Assembly,'and \ve hereby jdcdg������o������raelyes  to use our utmost.exertions to .secure your ratnrn.  \V Davison  John Bruce  F. Bissonnetti  JHTorld:  S ? Parker ��������� \  John G Goodsou."  Wm.Martin'^ ,  Wm Gal ley     ^���������-,  Thomas L������very  David Lewi*  Charl ea Vniilancour  TRPattullo /,...  Gorner Jolma '  Thos L BrigffS :  Joe Mason  ...  Jno Chipp  Win.Rennie;  :  W Powell  GN Marshall "  D L:B.illantin*     .  Hugli Ross.  Win" C McCormick  JWClindinnm  Wm Thompson  Samuel Drak*  R Stnrrett  R H Brown  Goo rge. Spruce  Win F Anderson  Wesley; Hall /���������  John Steven ion  Geo A Taylor  John Naismifch  John Love  Ralph Wateon  Peter Oilivr  Thos Hind  Tha? Parre.r  Thomas Taylor  DTtamitb  Robt Gr.eig ', .  _..  Andrew Kelly  '.:.%.. HollDway  J STfumipson ."  Thos Fletcher''  Wm Michael-.  W Hi tcli cock    '  Samuftl:Gray      :  ,J H Nichoisoft  ',"Geo Byrnes     ���������  -Hy Jewell.-   ���������.'!,.';-  .Andrew Weldou ������������������:. .  :THFiynn   ���������  J Z.Hen^h /  R IJDcvlin  Thos HaMing   '  James Lesh  B Carey    / , y  James l)ing\vall  John James  Ge<>rg������������ Da kin  John McAlister  Malcolm McCuaif  Archibuld McNau*hton  D MoDonell  Robert Watson  Jitraes Innes  Wm Smith  Thoa Duxburr  William Owea   '       s  John Hill  Thoa Allen  . Waltvr Alexander  Joseph ValineII  Donald Mol>onald  Robert Barr  Reuben A Albertsoa  JameeAtnm  W W Houseman  / YALE AND BARKERYII^K.      v  Importers, Wholesale and  Retail Dealers in  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,  WINKS *;LIQUORS, \   ���������  DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,  HATS & CAPS,     :  .;"','; /, -, BOOTS, & SHOES.:; ���������' <  pppenheimer Rros. beg to inform Traders, Minora  ea-i Farmer* iM'quiring' a stock of Goods tliat th������*y  hold & l.irge and well selected assortment, and *r������  prepiire.<l to s-ll at tbe Lowest Market Prices  ifcgT1 W������ iiivitVinspectionof our Stock befwra nar-  cliasing elwwh.-re. ��������� .-,:  '-..������3U NEW GOODS ar������ feeing received continually.  Fresh; Baricli Butter,  OF BKST. QUALITY,  SSCK1VED   BY   EVERT   EXPRESS.  OPPENHEIMER   BROS,  , m  H  ���������  1  OF THE LATKST PATTERNS.  A full assortment #f  UEPLT,  Grntlt5H������?t,-���������I have received your Requisition  soliciting me to hecorae, a candidate for the representation of this District in the Legislative Assembly  of our Province.  I have much pleasure in complying with your request, and thank you for the confidence which you  rvpose in me. .  If elected I shall do my host fairly to represent  your interests at the Council Boar.I, and to advocate  all liberal and progressiva tn?asurea for tha welfare  of this District or the country at Urce.  I have ihe honor to b������, Gentlemen, your obedient  servant,  J03. HUNTER.  gth'Octobgr, 1171. ucT  nTght~^c h o olT  MR   JOHN   Ml'NDKLL   WILL   OPEN    A   KIOKT  School, at the William Creofc School Houst, oa  Monday Evening, Oth October, a*8#v<m ^'olouk.  Fiv������ C-1������B������00 will bahehJ we������k)y.  TIN  of good ijiulity. comprising:  ��������� ��������� . *     - 1.  French  Coffee  Pots   and  Saucepans,  Block Tin Teapots Sc Wash  Bowls.  In addition, we have  CLOTHES - WRIM3-ERS,  AT 1,0W FIGURES,  pah CALL AND.SEEL'^af  Rein* woll supplied with Sheet Iron from Koo. 27  to 16, we are prep<red to make to order both Plain  and Ornamental Stoves, at prices to suit the times.  ##- Minrrs and othcrfl will And it to their ndvan*  tage to purchase a g:osd article,"S* .  N.B.���������Anything in the lino mads ns ordered, witn  neatness and dispatch.  SANDERSON PEARCT,  wTStn- -T "'  f P^r John Hibb-y.).  I t*i ���������  V   SATURDAY; OCT. 21; 1871./,  Quebec. 15th���������15,000 blankets and a number of ten ts have been forwarded to Chicago.  The con tributions at St. Johu; N.B., amount  to $ 1(5,000. ������������������������������������:'. ������������������ ���������������������������.;-/   yy. " -'  PUBLIC MEETING,  SPECIAL    O THE GARIBOO SENTINEL  //QUESNELMOUTH. '  Qnesnelmoutb, October 20���������The dead body  of John Dubaig was found this morning by  Mr E. C. Nenfelder in a water-closet.' Tbe  body was taken homeland a wai tithe arrival  of Or.Trevor to bol dan inquest.  Lewis, wi th Sylvester's Onoiheca Express,  arrived this morning about 9 o'clock. He  reports the trail in a frightful state beyond  'Stuart's lake. Three inches of snow bad  fallen when he left the mines. A great many  miners are returning daily./ No mining news  iofimportance. '/./, /���������-������������������-.  :"-^/'h'^^/;V:;-:-   ,;/:.,  Tale, October 18���������Barnard's Express left  i &ere.6n /Sunrday, at!5 p.iW������ with: the following passengers :-r~R. Win trip, Mrs Win trip '���������  and son ;/; WnWFraser,,: Bank of British Columbia; James Whearty, Mrs Bohahoon ;  Ed ward J. Su I livaa, to Oii nton; Mrs. Qiiagli-  aUi, to Lyttou. .���������./^���������;''/^/-!"-'"':/^':: Ay.-  r: -  ���������    r������   4S?CRpFT RACES.   ��������� y./.A y "���������'./''  ���������The trieetjng was very successftil an4 the  ra ces were a 1 i we IL co n test eri A The I ol lowing  were t he resut ts .'���������On T iiesd ay, the Thornp *  eon river;stakes ;   mile heats.    Mr Heay's  Veto wo n ^: Co rri wa 1 f's R by al / Charl ey, 2d ;  De I i 1 a, 3d.   Th e Sen r ry s takes, b al f m i 1 e, w o n  by Mr/ Black's chestnut, horse Frank. . The  Colonial stakes, won/by Mr CampbelPs bay  filly M al vida, Mo w itch a good second.   The  Tally; ho 1 ��������� stakes won by Sanfprd 's; wh ite  horse."'���������' Oh'Wednesday. the Settlers' stakes,  won by Campbells "filly Maivina, Carlotta  second, Iloyal Tptu/third.: ;'. ���������Ashcroft Derby.  mile and a half;: this was a capital race, and  was/wonby ;Mr Pooje/s grey horse Kingbald  by only half a U'ligth, Royal Charley second,.  .Oapt. Layton/s/yarsuyienne third.; Cayoote  atakes, t li ree* qua r t ers of ami I e,' si x i b ii rdles.  won by Royal Charley.   This-was decidedly  tlie best race of the day/Sao f o rd/s wh i te horse  making acapital second, /The Ashcroft Cup,  on e mile: Ve to'-,: is t.;, K i rigb al d,' 2d;. Car 1 o tta,  3d. - a very ' gOo<i/rrtce/  Several matches and  J nd in n races came off,; adtling much to the  pieasur'eof the meeting  /������������������^���������-v'vViCTORIA./ Z':'-"A  Victoria, 18th���������The representatives of the  eity in the Local Legislature elected on Monday were Mess rs. M cC reig h t, Trimb le, Duck  and Beaveii. Y,  The Nanaimo electioB takes place to-day.  The writs for the Commons elections have  not yet arrived.   .-:  "U t James Richardson, of the Geological  Survey, left by the Dong las yesterday for  Oomox. He will return to this place about  the end of November to meet Mr Selwyn.  A human skeleton, supposed to be that of  an Indian, was yesterday found in the swamp  near Ogden Point.  A preliminary meeting was held last night  ���������to arrange a programme for the races on tbe  JHh prox,      " ';.;/../'.  The Prince Alfred sailed from San Francisco for Victoria on Monday last.  CALIFORNIA,  San Francisco, Nth���������Holders of polieies  in local Insurance companies, except the  Union, are generally re-insuring in other com-  panics. There is a general impression that  ibe Pacific will not resume, and the chances  are strongly against at least two others. This  causes a depression in business cireles. the  merchants and capitalists of San Francisco  ���������being very heavy losers, as they held the bulk  of tbe stock in the companies .wfcich are  crushed. Tbe necessity of the same class realizing on stocks to make good their losses  visibly affects the market  The San Juan Debrio Mining Company, to  operate in tbe State of Nevada, with a capital  of $3,800.06^3, was incorporated to-day.  Flour���������Superfine, $6 75 to $7; Extra. ������7  15 to $8.  San Francisco, 17th���������Th* losses of Qan  Francisco by t-b-a Chicago fire are much  greater than at first supposed. The Western  Union Telegraph eo��������� with customary liberality, have paid tbe losses of all their married  employees by the fire.  ;.;/:/; /;,..,UNITED STATES//A A  Chicago, 15th-r-At a meeting of the officers  of the National BankB th is even ing ihe resolution passed a day or..two since to pay de?  positors and others installments of 10 per ct.  was/ resci nded, an d an o th er reso In t i o n was  unanimously adopted to1 resume business in  full at 10 a.m. on 17th instant..: Mr Huiiburt,  Comptroller of the Currency/announces that  he examined personally ihe condition of the  National Banks of Chicago and pronounces  tbem solvent and ready and willing to mee.t  all demands.  y Ney York, 16th���������The towns and cities of  L o rig Isl a n d, outside of Brooklyn, wi 11 raise  nearly $200,000 for Chicago. Zy :Z Z j'  VBoslon, October 17���������The schooner B. A..  Norton was seizecj and taken Io Grey's cove,  Nova Scotia, -for 'violating the fishery laws/  She was cutout by -nhk no vvn/parties, supposed to be American seamen, oh the night  of October 8thy,; Corisiilerabie excitement  was caused yesterday by^; the /annpu ncemeut  thafc^an English man-b^war;- ^vas cruising off  G iouc������ster bar; an d the ieyen u e cut ter M a-  honey; was; dispalched ���������;uhder;sealed;orders;  It is said a frigate'from the] Navy Ynrd lias  been 'sent to Gloucester. Furthet; develop-*  men ts are awaited wilh anxiety.  Chicago, ISth-^The reports of the loss of  1 i fe are g rea tl y exagger a ted.. T he n u in be r o f  deaths discovered will/ fail /short, of ��������� 100.  ^Thousands of men are at work cjearing away  the debris. / ��������� < / :.;,....'.. . ./���������  / Thiiidelphta,;/ icth^-AJioufc :$66^600//of  Church subscriptions; foi: Chicago were con-;  tributed yesterday^- /���������*���������'; AAA ��������� A.    /-/   ���������  Milwaukee/ 16tb���������The town of Peshtego  numb o red 2000 sou Is, o n e'ttb i rd of w ho rn p e r-  isbed on the fearful night, jc}f;the fire, Reports from the eastern . sh pre, ;o{,; Green ; Bay  place the loss of life (ully;,as^ high. The ac-j  cou n ts say that f he i m in ed i ate ? wa n ts of tli e  people are supplied\ bii11\iat a lai;ge amoun t  of proTisions and clothi.hg will be/required  for tbe com ing win ter. ' The li re" occu r red o n  Sunday, night, about the same 'ti hie as; the Chicago fire. Trfb i nhab i ta ri ts.' w i th; the ir/c t; il d'ren  in their armsr rushed for their lives in the  direction of the river, surrounded by falling  embers, smoke and de'structionV .'Tbdse;; iv bo  fai 1 ed to rea c h the river, were, a c tu al 1 y ��������� roas te d.  Words cannot describe tlie wretchedness and  misery caused by-lhe visitation;/   . ; '  CANADA.  Ottawa, 16th���������Tbe expedition io defend  Manitoba from tfe������ Fenians leaves Colling-  wood next Friday under commando/Colonel  Osborne.   The force will consist of 200 men,  who have been enlisted for six months with  the option of remaining a year and receiving  & grant of land ecuaai to that gives to Sk  spoluateers of tbe first- expedition  /EUROPEAN:  London, 17th���������Subscriptions in London to  Chicago relief fund amount to ������23.000. ,,  Lord Dufferin has beea created an Karl.  Two persons were killed and 15 wounded  by a railway smash near Glasgow;  Manchester, 16th���������A meeting was Tield to-  nigh t, the Bishdp of Mancliester betug pres-  en t. Jacob Bright, Hugh Miller, and Mr  Adams, U, S. Consul, addressed the meeting.)  ������23,000 was subscribed, also a large quantity  of clothing.  Odessa advices say 8.00 buildings in Va-  gos te b a?e been bn rn e d, I r is s up posed by  fanatical oppressors of the Jews.  Fully 3000 persons, it is said, have perisiied  by recent storms and floods in China.  Versailles, 16th���������Pieard has beeu appointed  French llinister to Italy in place of Couat  Dechosquel. /  .      i ,���������__���������-������ ���������������������������������  .'���������������-; ���������'   ../������������������;,.//.. PASSENGERS.- ..       Down���������By Barnard's Express, left IS/tb  October.���������-For Yale��������� Samuei Fox. ratrkik  Murphy, and three from Quesnei. For Que������-  n el mouth���������Henry Jewell, A. Hoffman, Wa  Lee, Ch ing Sing,  Down- By Gero w & Jo has o n s Ex p r.ess,  left loth October.���������John W. Williams. C. Mc-  Callum, Ah Hee, and tiiree from Quesnelmouth.   Por Quesnelmouth���������Mrs F, Kose.  Nkw Hose Carriaqb.���������The hose carriage  which was purchased for the William Creek  Fire Brigade in San Francisco, and which has  been looked for so long, arrived in Barkerville on Saturday last. It is a.very strong  and handsomely finished carriage and well  adapted for service.. On Thursday tbe Brig  ade were ou������ for practice with both tbe -new  and old carriages. The first stream froix the  upper tank was thrown in one minute and.  seventeen seconds from time of leaving tbe*  engine house,  /^ Rajxsgad Boot as������ Sims: Store  (nearly opposite the Government Assay  Office, Barkerville).���������This atore  has   been  A public meeting was held in the Theatre  Royal... Barker.v il le, on SaturdaTr eyening/for  the/purpose of giving the: several candidates  for.the House ot Assembly ah dpporUinily of  addressing the electors; of Cariboo on the  various topics of (he day. Mr/J, ILTodd  was elected chairman; and Mr;F. Bissbqnelite  secretary. ./������������������' ';i A/ZZ--  Th e ch ai rm a n h a yi n g req n es t e d tlie ca n d i -  da tes to take sea Is; u p o n the plai.fo irn, c al 1 ed  on Mr Josep h H u ri te r as' the ti rs t s p(taker. :.  M r Tl u n ter th err p roceed ed, i h v ery el o q n eri t  ter ins, to point put th e ad van tages d e ri v ed by  tins province from Confederation, as well as  some of the future, benefits which may'be an*.'  ticipated. In building the railroad alone he  estimated that about. $35,000,000: would, be  expended, in the province. He defined his  position in the eusuihg contest an an independent candidate. If elected he would ad-1  vocate the immediate adoption of the* Canadian Tariff; fhe Repeal of/the Civil List Bill,  iy Iiicb h ad f ai 1 ed to gi ve aatis fac tipn ; a bo 1 i-  tioh/pf Road Tolls ; repeal or;ametidment..of  Regis t r'ii tio n A c t; a mend me o t" of t he La nd  A c fc; 1 i beral en c ou ra ge m e n t to e'dii c a ti o n ;  increased provisibn tor the Cari boobospitai.  an d: retre n ch m en fc w b ere p r ac ti ca b 1 e in th e  public service.. Some amendmenfs werr  n ee d ed i n 'the M i ni rig La w. and, h e aj)p roved  of the.changes which had been;recom mended  in':, the; circii |ar issued by Mr Walkem. / He  thought that the roads and trails in the district h ad been great ly neglected /and h e woul d  suppoi'C a liberal/appropriatidn^for tbeir imj  prove men t a nd t heap po i n tmen 11 of a. d istri cfc  superintendent of roadsras;the Gold Commis-  slorier had enough to do already." -.:  . Th^ next speaker was Mr John Braiis, who  described himselfas>a; veteran/ reforiber.-;-:.; In;  ISG^he had opposed; tlie-high taring -and: he  hail���������^J^re.d.'fo^:^b6Vuiij������ttjof the; colonies,  sine e. w b ic li 1 i ni e h e h ad b een 1 o ok ed 6 n w it li  suspicion by llie Government He; was /perfect 1 y in d e pen den t, a n d if' ��������� e 1 ec ted Won Id be*  long to no party.   Mr DeGosmos he did not  ;agree with- ori^ome;points;;and the editor \ of  the; Colonist; was a huBibug;//The; ^Wo/ Victor ia papers. he; cb it) p ared to two dogs sna^r 1 -  I ng o ver a' bone: ���������; b o tli:. were al ter the spoilsv  He was. d p p< )sed ;to p ro tec ti ye . d u ti es f/the  best encouragement tO/agiiciiiturlstS' Was-to  give/them;|good roads and facilities !to bring  their produce to niarkei. /The'miners'should;  n ot be taxed{for the benefit of ei ther farmers  or merchants^ A;^e woul d wish to see/in i ning  disputes settled by tlie Commissioner on. the  ground, and was in favor of having a Mining  Board;with power to settle things by the  rules of com mon/sense.   The Civil. List Bill  *vas nnconst.itutipnttl. .Charles the First had  lost his head for overriding "Hbe constitution.  The electoral law should-be amended so that  every intelligent British subject could vote.  ��������� Emigration should be encouraged, free gifts  of land given  to 8.ettler������, and uncultivated  lands taxed.   lie was. In favor of. free non-  sectarian schools and tne retention of the Assay Office in Cariboo, whi;h v/as objected to  as not being self-sup porting, but no Government office, wus self-supporting.   [A voioc���������  The Record Office is.] ,  After a long address, ocenpping over an  h on r, M r E van s took his se a t, a n d was fo 1 -  lowed by /. *; ��������� '  Mr J. S. Thompson, who said that the pre^  vious speaket's had entered so fully into the  subject of proposed reforms that the wind  had been taken out of bis sails, and lie was  left with but little to dilate on. He fully  agree d o n t b e u rge n cy o f in os t of the Jin easure s  already referred to. Tile Canadian Tariff  must be adopted at once, as it was absurd to  think of paying over $60,000 a year to Canada  for nothing, while there was no chance for  any modified tariff being: adopted. Tlie road  tolls should be wip^d off, aod taxation  throughout the province equalized. The  scandalous Registration Law, which prevent.  ed a ma n regis i ere d at Ri c b fie I d fro m vo ti ng  at Van winkle, must be repealed or radically  amended. He would advocate a minerb certificate as a proper qualification. He would  support free education from, tbe general rev-1  enue, liberal expenditure for trails to open  up the mining c istri cts. and reductions in the  oppressive charges which the miners bad now  to pay., The Civil List Bill, although lie did  not agree in many of the denunciations heaped  on it, he considered unnecessary, especially  as the heads.of department had all been  changed since its passage, and consequently  were not affected by if. He bad heard that  objections had been made to his standing for  the position of the province under Confeder-  ation. In add i Lion to the 1 ooal��������� taxation there  i would. be /about $2)6,000 ; coining from the  Xioininiori, and it woiild be a serious question  how this should be disposed of, and what  taxes should be taken /of^.Tho/ Road Tolls  should be ��������� ab o I is bed,! b 111 ns th ey no w sto o d  by so me bl u n d e rv fia Jf wb ri 1 d go to Canada,  having by the first toll bil 1 been 61 assed as  Customs re v enu e. He tn en su b in i tted a s ta-  tistical review of the enormous cost of laying  down goods in Cariboe at present. He would  advocate tho adoption-of the Canadian TarifT,  Free S ch o ol s o n the On tar io system. a in en d ���������  meat of the Land Bill, taxes on wild lands,  ������nd repeal of the pi;esen t ReciaMtion A et.  The Co ii n ty- Cou rt cos ts sh o rt i d) b e equal i zed,  By the present sliding scale it cost in Yale  one half more, and In Cariboo double what it  did in Victoria to recover a debt,- -With regard: to the^AIining Law; he bad with Ibe advice o f: c o th pe te ri t p ar t ies p rep ared a list of  amendments which, if .elected, he would submit to the Assembly, or. if rejected/hand to  the membera chpseri, and: he won Id Iiike the  in ee ti ng to express th ei ro p IIn i o ri i n regard to  t hem /..The .y a r i ous; propositi o ns w hie (i had  already been approved;of 'at meetings held  a t' Va n wink le and other A o cal i t\m, / h a yi ng  been severally readi were unanimously agreed  to,. wi th the ex cep ti oii.O f that an th 6 riai ng two -  thirds of a/company; to compel /the claim to  be worked /during; tfie pjbse season. This was  ^hjedte'd W by^Mr'Eyapsjpn vthe fround that  "it' was catculated to ���������:. freeze put.;poor men.  On this grpund> hpwever., be, fonnd no sup*  porters, the other Candida tesTand the and fen co  co n sid eririg th at i t, was ; th e b es t p rri tectio a  which could be giVen/ to the^pbor/'ihahl-/.  Mi* Q. Booth then/came forwardvbut he was  I ab pri ng.: .u nd er the effe c ts p fa very se vere  cold and /coil id scarce]y ��������� speak?in an audible  tone;/ /He said ;th at /he. wpnld take / another  op portii ni ty before the elect{b h. -bf at}d ressing  th e el ec tors; n p t feel ing. c a p a b le of���������������, do ing. so  sat Isfac to ri 1 y on; the; ;p resen ti/ occasipri. .On  the different subjects which had been so fully  discussed/; he, ;corild; say /ridrmbre than ditto,  ditto. Mr Evans had denied being a /party  man; jbiit Jie/woiild BUpport the party who  vvoutd do the most to. -assi mi late the laws of  this pro vinceHb/those/of-; the /others/parts of  Canada. /He won Id/ like to^ee Thuriicipal institution s; by wh i c h the local ta^es/ won 1 d be  spent for local improvements,; and ;be though I  further ericouragehierit ehould'/b^;:giyen .to  p ros p ec to rs; by giving p ar ties- who h ad spen t  lar^srimS:Pf mohey without retiirris a cer-  tajii-interest;.in the grptynd,/witboij[|^being  obi[ged to record or represent for some spe*  cifled time. With respect to himself person*  ally he would say that at the last election  misrepresentations bad been made as to .bis  .character,,; To some parties he had l^eeii  d escri b ed as - a n " O range iri an, w hi c h he waa  not:} while /.to. others again it;had been said  th at he w as a Fen i a ri :A an ail egatio a" wh i c h it  was almost unnecessary/ to deny, as he be^  I o bged to a fam11y wfifeh Had foiigh t fnr tbe  country and always been loya]: to the British  M& ^y-A yy'. ���������.";���������������������������������������������:��������� v ���������������������������;;'/]: A ���������������������������'���������.���������'   ,  A vote of thanks having been given to thft  ebairmau,-lhe meeting adjourned, ^ .^^  Burglaryl���������On Tuesday night last  warehouse of Mr P. Marietta"/ situated between  Barkerville and Stout's gulch .was ;,brQkeu  open and a large quantity of goods, ..worth  about $800, abstracted. The arliajes.' jito 1 cis  comprised gum hoots, tea, tobacco, bacon,  cod fish, h o n ey, ch ecse, ���������; &g . . O n T h u rsda y  morning the.Jai'ger portion of tbe stolen arsir  cles was discovered in an old tunnel at tha  mouth of Stout's gulch, but' some are still  missing. Strange to say, on Wednesday night  a gentleman in Barkerville' dreamed that.th������  goods were secreted in the tunnel, and told  the authorities next morning, and on search  being made the truth of the dream was verified. This is something curious which affords  food for physiologists fo discuss,    .  Rich Quarts?.���������We were shown yesterday  by Mr Forrjst a piece of quartz thickly  studded with gold which was picked up iu  the Victoria claim, Lowhee. It weighed ovrr  10 0'/,., and judging from the size aud weigH  contained probably more than half gold,  The piece had not been washed any distaace,  and appeared to have been broken from Jh������*  casing of a quartv ledge. Specimens of rich  quartz have often heen found ou Lowhee.  <*nd one or two spurs have been prpspecb'd  to a small extent, but no main 1 edge has ever  been found, thouirh it is evident that spin*  ibe*  the Assembly on account of bein^acandf. j rioh ledge must exist in the vicinity, if  date for the House of Commons, but U tliisi h/tve not been all brokejP^ljP;fJA8^le CGQrul  he only followed the example of m*ny emin-  ""   "   ~'L ~ ""* "" "rt"A  ent members of the House with whom lie did  opened by Mr C. A. Noltenaeier, aud great.) not attempt to compare himself, but whom it  bargain! in t&e best qualities and latest stvIe* I was no ignoble ambition to attempt to imi  of boots and shoes are to be had, *  . j tale, nnd at the present time Messrs. I>eCos-  The Wisathjer, which last week threatened  moe' Humphreys and Walkem were all under-  to be cold, has been moderate and plaasant j at00(i t0 be inning fer both offices,  this week.   On Thursday night and yesfte?rday j     Mr G. A. Walkem next addressed themeei-  tbere waa a heavy fall of rain, and exempt on \ ing.   He could say little on general topics  tbe higher bills Ibe snow bm pretty w#]l (U^fj t-bat bad not been brought forward by the j  .ftppear@4, pyerious waker^.   He proce^S*4 to aailysef &*}'>  sion of nature in ages long gone by.  Apciokxt���������A Chinese passenger on laH  trip of Barnard's Express to Quesnelmon h,  wishing to alight about a mile on this side of  the town, jumped on* and broke hia leg.  Tub  L4TKST Stiukk!���������The Victoria  eot  lowhee, yesterday afternoon got a 14 o*.  and 22 oz. fi'ora two bucksU.  piece.  Bah^.^mP^ Sotsc*? w\n4 ������t S p.m. ywtep.  m TUtf* "���������'" ���������'";' .-yyr:      '   -      '"  /;g;--:fe|p  i ;/,,b y  /";,i:'./ i  7      fi    *     \  ,"    ' '  v4f  111  ;;j&;  ,���������,. -..j>$i&  y mikA  t2m  "���������' rAwtv>  ���������/'! ii--  ,.������.:.'���������?;']  :,-:/ ,  li  ���������A  -/;//  Bill  ������myyyy  ,b  f#1  li i  -. ^jaawa^iiftfjiiji^^iijpg  HOTlSLSviEBSTAUMi^.,^  ^ (iMW3aft;.;";  :tA.N.'i>:';is4:E-B;k,%rJ  '������������������.-; ;*.-'.���������^./-/ ��������� ''v-.;;.K,/-;V:-:/.V; Ay* ]yy/iyy2.y ivi'Zy. y  .'. is alwuj%s supplied with. tho . b est ol/ everything  /thatcanjbo procured in Can boo;' '-.:'"       //   ;". ���������'..���������/. &  .BOard, t - $1-4,per Week.  jSing e Meals," -* - /- - $1.  //���������;';viCT0RiA,;-B;Ci/'; :':.;������������������.��������� /���������u  The Celebrated  .���������*" FWE8H* GROUND :ygOf������E$,:?;  isuberlo^  ^iesl-selecte������Lbcriies,.and .warranted Irep trqm adm:  .EXPRESSES^ST^MSRS, % 1. f  British-Golumbiasold.iuLoridon;-';' ;'/.;: ; ,.-. ,.  -���������.-���������/A  '*- r f -*1  LONDON���������London and Westminster Bunk; Lothbury, yi  Messrs. Oopestako, Moore & Co., 5 Bow Church -Yard.  VIOTORIA---Ban1v of Brilisli North:; America,   r.      ,/,. A/yy. '  ��������� my,6 Gm  mM^lzmM$f^m^  sb^:vCBEEK,/"/ AAAr ::yyyy- i.yA'y/  yy    ��������� QTJESNELLE, and ;      /  ���������.   "...  ��������� ���������;/,  ;.:, .;���������/' .���������;..' '���������-"   .  'BARKERVIBLi;  -';,-;; ���������,' ^. -;,!    -���������'    - - ���������' -:J;-J;'Haupek, j  1IAKE THE;I^^%^  ; IDEIV13 THEBESt STOCK I ��������� . ,  tAVE'THE MOST COMPETENT DRIYl^  'H:$A^ ''':  ;:���������:-.: - ;^DO. :THE'LAR6;ESTi;:BUSlN^    y  AM ^navantea taicohnect; ^th^be^jeariiers  'A''.A*A'-,, '"���������'\y;;'at'each.end.,.,,^;-,'/.,.//���������;...  "'.iieave^r^erviHe /oii^qnda^v-^^  ;'ttiSixa.m:.reac^Yale.TbursjIjiy; y  at Six p.m., ttttd arnveatVic-  torla on Saturday at .Four p.ni., /  e-M.  ���������Vi^  # '^'KQTOAWbimdETHAT.THE���������  ' A$S!ZWXhAspacious preniiseslprmejy HOTriW  '*,-��������� $>$. George Saloon, where��������� they; will, ho at.aII.times  ^. prttparcdtolurnish's' -   -   !  V  'l ;. B 0 A R D , A N-D    M;E^A h tf; -/, ^^  (IZ   OF   THE-BEST   QUALITY.  ���������'���������!' -^Tbi  BAR . ^furnished * with the- tinestj WINES-,  LIQUORS nnd4ClGAItS. ; >K:  :i,,.  ;,.'���������    .,- ������tv '������������������   ^  i^;'. ;:,,'-:,$i4 "ipar ���������: Week.-  ,C-   *   -������- .   Jei7 6m*  - ��������� ' ' ' V- ;:   -,!  :.  C||y  Miners? Provision  Storey  ��������� BARKERVILLE;  AT: THIS STORKi.'!\viIi';:.a 1 \ydys^"'trti"' -f6\i.hii-::af';iyell-  - selected s too to ot/ the     *; < ,;  FRESHEST   GROCERIES   AND  ^PROVISIONS   IN < CAftlBGO.;  - BEST JAVA,COFFEE      -V y  Roasted and -"Ground daily.  ' *- /.       '  : Branch" Store ��������� .at Last;  yy.y  ���������--    Ghance; ���������, '  ���������Where a goOd assortment 6T Goods Avill dlwsys be  round."*-  ��������� J. ':: '"   -;'  '- ' . ��������� ���������   ���������'.;������'  : '������������������.: 1 trust by. str i c t at ten ti on -to bu p in ess a n d t'a iv n n fl  square. d eu 1 i n g, to i n oj 11������ co n t in uiin ce of: the 1 i be hi 1  putronagblieretororcextended.to me,/ '. i'e4'  Ar.  . -.; f  J;  J; ^ROBERTSON  ���������J>RGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HAS OPENED A  /AT^ST^^  '*��������� A -Tlie" Table will: al wn ys / be ��������� i?uppli o\l w I tb the... b est  dirticles thiit caube got in Cariboo, and tho Bar with  :*ho ,-..;;;p..*:-'*:  ' /;���������"'" ���������    '"' >'  *   ?"'';     ;'  '. "-  ".'���������'  ^in^st"[ Wiriest iiquorS;  and Cigars,        J .  Ot IGE.  mHE' -0NDE6SIGNKD  BEGS  10 'INFOM HIS  T^cn%andthephbl'ic,timtbenasn^  GdlFORTABLE    BEP -ROOMS;  ,, hi������ncw building, where he is prepared to^ive  :^od'S ^ a'"reasonable', price. ..Those who ml  f'voVliivo with their patronajje, may depend on the  r'lpanneps'andcoinI'or't oi'bis house     .J/l.rJ^^u.  ^HolakeSui5othisopi>orlunJfytoromm dtJrCja  booitos that.hisRrcwery has rcor-ivedthe JlKbT  PEIZE 61.tUeCblony.ior biEcelcbvaiecj ^      ���������   '-.  Stanley (Slouth; La st Ch an ce Crock,) V  yyy"yZ-' Apriiso, isti/. ���������   yr.yf.  ap22  ox  ?  XXX   ALE,  An d .the tr n c am a te u t? wi 1 lb e a b 1 e to' j u rl go b y the m  selves t b a t such ho no r a b 1 ^. p r iy.e li as hoc n j ustl y  awarded.to ;iiim. ������������������'-���������. y./ -��������� ;/,v **  ' N ���������. U.~~A i ii vi o i ron t r oo m t a 1 e; t.  . BarkervilUa:ui. "20, 1869... \ N. qilNlO.  . the FLORENCE is ihe best Sewing1  i Mach i ne ��������� for; F am i l^'-use'/ becau'se.r.i t['"''  so seldom gets put of o rd e r i' ��������� I f t he ro  Js one not,working well ih" '���������'���������'-"������������������-.:;  B:.V;'*-.0REG0Nr'-.>=i('''  -:r% WASHINGTON TERR  2yyZH^t^W'2A^^^'  yy0^ijpzyy0'  yn2j^kim?yy  ���������BRITISH COLUMBIA,     :-^/  ^MEXicor   zy 2Z yAy'-'y  -.'.���������-',;1 JARANi,   ; /;       ;     ;������������������.;/���������;���������;   ,:;- ;  Or CHINA, if Informedf of it. J wil\-.  : fix. it '.-.without1 fi^y-^expense; tb-the  -owner*   ��������� , .   ���������  ���������'     -: .    '  ���������"  Hoi^ 19 Montgomdr^.'Streeti1 South,  GRAND HOTEL BUILDIW9,  /pAN jp RAN CI SCO,   ������WV ;.;  Send for Circulars and sample's of  . -the woi'rkr ."Active'';Agents';waited in  .everyplace," ,,    ���������.."���������;.     ,"';   "  ������������������Vfti' BEAVEN; Agent,   .'  jelO (5m ��������� [.::   f   /   VlcUirijV, B.0,  ^;'REMEMBtf^r ^XHisI^  ;V Trivellers ' -Wf^ r^ST:/LINENS AVE  By;&; lbi^Hag,/as/other, line* Uo; on this  aerow &/Jdhn.soii's Stages  "titI������ili; I'iXVB   BARKERVILLE; KV/ERVl^VlvKK,  -^-^'  FOI^ YAIiB& INTERMEDIATE f;riMCE^.  %; ^||o^;J4&������y O HNSO N*  Express |and;; Stage  ���������f^".":'.v-^/:V:! v/'/y.'Z.ibAKniEs ;//..���������/;;'��������������������������� v,::- --v^...  "LETT ER^'TnEASSltC VALUAI)U?/r^;; ;���������;&.....  ;;;,:;;/r .'^KsPKy^fit^iGHT;iSi)"pa|Sic^ot  / A!T/ REDUCED - HACKS':  jR^* Collor.l'iens, CCni m issions, an <I 0 :vn^r;11; Kxp������s  b usiu-fiFs done, with"pti ucuiuiil y fliiid/tiv��������� jiaicti.   ,'  j^f-Oliioe 61 thcCuriiMio Agency m  ���������-: ��������� ��������� M R DAVIi> K UHT?*V ST<) It F..,  ���������-'.,np291^:.^-..;.( :������������������ ���������������������������'-.-���������   ;.q'/ "   ,/.Bol;frvi)!i-. ;  :.Store Street (between .Herald andFisgard)  v     ;;; : victoria,s.c. ��������� ;:/���������"*'"'  ANDREW/ASTRICO,-'.   ���������.'������������������'���������   PROPUIETOU.  The most cornmndious and clenn Hotel in Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle.   The tublo  is supplied with tlio very best the market i������fiords.  ,   Meals, at. all hours of the day.   Private. Dining  Rooms lor Families. ';���������*'.   .A yAu/n  Board and Lodging'per week. $5 50 and ������6 50.  Per day, $1. 'Single mewl*, 37t-i cents./ Bed?, 50c.  $3- Fire proof Sale in tho Rouse.   :"    my6 6in  Tan Tolkenburgli & Ca  VICTORIA, B.C.,  MANUFACTUrtE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,  either High or Low PnrfcsflKy  ���������: ���������;;i.EA&.piiiRBIfg5  .; Oelebraled    ;  ���������/  WORCES TER SHI R E    SAUC������  I) ocla red by Con noinseurr 10 b e -  THE ;ONLY   GOOD^SAUCE.   !  ;     Steamer TictofiaV'  ANAKOA3?TERTHE' 18th MAY, THE SJEAME?,  \J   VicLoria will.'.'/-        .,   ,;./ -':'\ A'.u1*  .LEAVE SODA-CREEK: <;;;  EVERY?THURSPAY iMORNING,  ijonnecling next day with, tlio Rtoaiiirr ENIEliWUSli  .'at;Cottou,wood Canyon,  ������������������"'������������������  :-A- v.- y wir,L LEAVE'"Qti-KSNEL 2  ��������� ���������"'��������� ��������� ��������� -'V     On thc do\vu trip everv    " .:  TUESDAY    MORNING;.  Freight from Soda Crook to Upper Canyon.... %.&���������  Fare from Soau Crudk to ITPP������r Canyon;......   - -^  Fiire.tvom QucHiud'tO '��������� '���������'������������������ *4    .'���������'.->'���������"*.: ,-/.  Fare"ironiSotlaGreek;toQuesnel ������������������i........  QufJSUil, May 1*2, 1ST I  ims$  arM Quartz and Saw Mills and in Tact jnythmff  c'uncSl with the M;:ohine business. Iron and  Brass Casting ol all destriptious. On hand and lor  25? aUiW T.^ort������neiit 01 km .Bar a������u uthor Inm  lio ler BoltW, Jack Screwy Brass O.cks; GUJc ^Uvj^  StwRftHlHg* bC difierent Pattern.^ Car Wheels  witfa ������2 iml BWel-AjsI.*. Steam Pipe Fillings, &c.  All orders promptly attended to.   Terms Cash, at  %K!UVlet1feATT>IM^  Barkerville:, Richfield  ���������Ax������-  A SUPPLY OF THE  IEST piiiTY OF FEESE  ALWAYS ������N KANtt,  TBSSRS. M EACH AM & NASON are preparrd to  _fl furnish Lumber at their Mills. William Creel,  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNIKG  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.  1   Having a Planing Machine in operation they will  ale* furnish Dmsed Lumber at satisfactory rates.  Caution against uratid.��������� The suceC'Spor this  ni(������st delicious ami unrivalled' Condiment bavina  caused certain deulers to apply tin; name 01 '*"\Von:es-  terrslnre Saucer' to their own inferior compounds, iho  public is heroby inlormed. thattht only wuy to pro  euro the genuine, is to  ASK FOB LEA & PERKINS' BAXJ C  and to se0 that their namcsare upon thc wturrER������  LABKL8, STOPPKR. aiid IJOTTIE.  So'me of tlie Coi*clfin marIcets having been supplied  with a spurious Worce,������iershir< Sauce, ii pun tliowrajj.  pur and labels of which the names ckf JUea and Perrius-  have been forged, L. and P.. give noUcetba| thoy  havo furnished their correspondents with power of  attorney to take instant proceedings against-'iman-u-  3?a cto rkb s a n d v km)'0 a 8 o I s u ch, or an y 0 th er i m i ta-  l ion s by w h i c) 11 h e i 1 r j <5 b t m a y h c iu fringe d.  Ask for LEA & PERBIKS' Sauce and see  Name on "Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and'  Stopper.  j    Wholesale and for export "IVy tho Proprietors', Wor-  j cos ter; Cross e and Blaok wc 11. Lon ������lon, &c., &c.; and  by Grocers an d Oil men universally.  SYLVESTER'S .  a F ;"  CYLVP^TER'S KXPP.ES^FOR 0M1KF.CA will few-'  O   flftor h-ave QUKSN'KLMOUTII on nv about the 1st -  and 15th of each month, making regular trips twice  a month,  JGOT A genera) Express business conducted.: '  LIGHTNING   CR  HIKERS AND TRADERS will find it to IWJJtJ  111 viu.tjigeto purchaseatthisStore,where w  ���������i\' I he' v-f \ y best dpfcriptinii 'on h 11111], 0 n il I hr f',hl  constantly.replen'shed by dpw arrivals,  Tboprt^l  tor-will sell Goods      '  A3 CHEAP AS ANY IN; CARIBOO.  Orders promptly filled aud Tor warded with (Ite^M  >   ��������� .    ��������� /      J. W. LINDIIA*  A. Q-ILMOREj"  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, *  fTAS ON HAKD, ANIVIB fm^^^  II  larse.assortmen    of. OLOlHS,--^   a|^  "d VESTINGS, -^hichho ��������������� wared to  order iu the most approved fatyks. .,     ^  XKT AU orders irom Cariboo prompt  1  m  I

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