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 ���������\  y<������������������'  AA  I:  y  K.  f&  I!  IB  ti'i  BarKer^^ B.C., Saturday, October 28, 1871.  No/20  rt  " Published every Saturday by  ROB ERT/.HOLLO WAY.  Subscription,   -  -   501 Cent's per Week.  RATES OP ADVERTISING'.'  For one square (one incb)^first insertion,  " t'c       * ./' one month,   -  For two squares,-, first insertion,.: ��������� -v ���������������;���������  4  ���������:      ti.s ���������'.. one mbnib, - ''���������" v & -  $3  5  y c;  yv8  Agents for tie'1 'Cariboo Sentinel."  Van Winkle,.  Quesnelmouth.  Soda Creek,     -  Clinton,    -  Yale,       -.:-.;. ;  New Westminster,  Victoria,   -   ���������' .'  Beau & Co.,  Mr J/W. Lindhart   .  ���������*���������-.'. Barnard's Express  Bu mar (1' s Express  Barnard?s Express  ��������� y ''���������' A0    '    :-do  - - -.  John Murray  John Cohens  - -   - ' . San Francisco  BEAN/&  CO.,  PACIFIC COAST At) WtlSINGAGBNCY,  410 Montgomery street,  Are our authorized Agents;,iii|San Francisco.  THE CARIBOO. SENTINEIi |\] /. '/: ;  JOB  PRINTING OFFICE.  Cards, Circulars, Posters and Programmes for  Bulls and Theatrical, Entertainments  Ja^Execiit-ed with neatness and dispatch.,4^  ; Terms moderate^  MINING RECORDS;.  WILLTAtf CREEK.  Jenny Lind poi���������October lO���������Recprded in  favor: of JosZ/iCannell, 2 interests, re-recordi  and, 13th October, in favor of Thomas Potter,  1.interest..-;-': /   ;.. \   X " *..,'*  :    *'j- i  Chrysalis CO.���������October; 11-rRecorded in  favor of Lewis Morgan, Wm. Skym, Daniel  Tbonias, 3;iriterests;' re-record.'   '"';  Rising Sun co.���������October 16--R.ecorded in  favor of iCiiarlesHendrick, las.Wiclihain, 200  feet of ground adjoining"; Forward co., abandoned hill claims.  '    -.'../  McGlaughlin co^Pctober 17���������Recorded  in favor of James McGlaughlin, Colin Chis-  iiolm, 2 hill claims-.;. re-record.-. ".-  COXKLIN GULCH.  Dominion co.���������October l2f-Recorded> in  favor of Fenry Knight! R. Hocking/ 0. Mills,  W. Martin, W. Williams, J. Heal, 600 feet of  ground adjoining tipper line of Reed cOi/ y  Dominion co.���������October 17���������Recorded in  favor of Charles Braker,- 100 feet adjoining  upper line of Dominion co., to form part of  ���������same. -A  JACK 05? CLUBS CREEK.  First Chance co.���������October 11���������Recorded in  favor of C. Vaillancour, G, L. Shepherd, J.  Slater, F. Saforcado,LetitiaLall;er, 5 creek  claims, 100 feet adjoining lower line, of First  Chance upper craek claims and 400 feet adjoining upper line of their lower creek claims;  and 14th October, in favor of D. McDonald,  1 creek claim .about 800 feet below upper line  of hill claims, all to form part of and be held  in trust for First Chance co.  Two Sisters co.���������October 12��������� Recorded in  favor of James Gerald, David Smith, 200 feet  ������t back line of Two Sisters hill claims.  Humboldt co.-^rOctober 17���������Recorded in  favor of Geo. Cowan, JobnJSaismith, F.Sofer-  oado, Arch. Johnston, N. Gurney, Hugh Doak,  W. McCormick, James Laidla^y W. Nprden-  burg, T. D������ Johnston, 10 hill claims on right  bank, commencing at .upper-line: of Two Sis-  * fc6rs co,t rUnriing'dowil stream.  Gurney co.���������October 17���������-Recorded in  flavor of N. Gurney, M. HiUoB, F. LalHor, T������  D.j Johnston, 4 claims oh a gulch running,  from upper line of Last Chance co.'s east side  lines, bounded by side lines of Two Sisters  and Two Brothers companies.  ' Bluff co.���������Oct. 12���������Recorded in favor of  M. Chamber's. James Hagan, A. Clendtnntng.  Richard Wright, John Hunter, Janus Ford.  GOO feet, bounded on three sides by Discovery  co.'s hill and creek claims.  LOWHEE CREKK.  ;; Calaveras co.���������October 13���������Recorded in  favor of Charles McKane, 1 interest; re-  record.  CUNNINGHAM'CREEK.  Standisb co.���������October 14���������Recorded in  favor of Wm. Stan dish, 2 hill claims on east  side, and a ditch with 200 inches water;: re-  record.  LIGHTNING CREEK.  Gladstone co.���������October 10���������Recorded in  favor of John Hill, John Holmes, M. Bray. T.  Lavery, H. Orton, James Dodd, C creek claims  adjoining upper line of Gladstone co., to-form  part of and beheld in trust for Gladstone co.  Pioneer co.���������October 14���������Recorded in  favor of James Ford, John Gannon, W.Charlton, H. Charlton, W; Bilsland, R. Lipsett, B.  Edwards, 7 hill claims, commencing about  700 feet below Vanwinkle shaft, running up  stream on north bank.  Sawmill co.���������October 10���������Recorded in  favor of Geo. Taylor, Jas. El der, I. B: Nason,  John Naismith, John Stevenson,' Mary Sheldon, Alex. McDonald, Arthur Johnston, Thos.  McCormack, John Wilson, John G. Goodsbn,  11 interests on right bank, commencing at  upper line of Gladstone co., running up  stream to Clark co.; re-record.  Amalgamated co.���������October 10���������Recorded  in favor of John Evans/ Sol. Jones. Robert  Roberts, 300feet hill claims on north bank  -pii-sideline of Water Lilyco., running down  stream, to form part of Amalgamated co.  Dual co.���������October 18���������Recorded in favor  of George Murdoch, A. Johnston, 2 interests ;  re-record.   . :  ���������\, ,; iDAyte CREEK.������������������>.  Amalgamated cb.���������October 16���������Recorded  in favor of John Evans, gol. Jones. Robert  Roberts, Peter Sangster, Wm. Williams, 5 hill  claims on east side, a portion of ground for  merly leased by J i Evans; and in favor of J.  O. Jones, 100 feet in trust for company, abandoned by P. Cocking.   \  ' i  ..".-, ;   NELSON CREEK.   :  Ab Wing co.���������October 23���������Recorded in  favor of Chen and Doo, 2 hill claims on west  side,: commencing at lower liue of Ah Wing's  claim, to form part of same.  First Chance co.���������October 23���������Recorded  in favor of John Hudson, Alex. Swan, Sam.  Montgomery, Robert Greig, 4 creek claims, a  re-record of part of First Chance co. and adjacent ground.  ANTLER CREEK.  Golden Hope co.���������October 21��������� Recorded  in favor of Wm. Parry, Edwd. Humphreys, F.  Dominez, Charles Yaitlanjoun Thos. Bell, G.  Byrnes, Edwd. Blackwell, H. 0. Jones, W. O;  Jones, Ben. Davis, Hugh Jones, John Butts.  12 creek claims, commencing at upper line of  Eureka co., running up stream.  CHISHOLM. CREEK.  Ben. Nevis co.���������October 17���������Recorded in  favor of Peter Sangster, D. T. Price, William  Williams, John Williams, John Shaw, Daniel  Parry, John Dawson, Robert Anderson, Sam.  Tretheway, Wm. Cullis, 10 creek claims ; re-  record.  Brace co.���������October 17���������Recorded in favor  of John Velatti, Wm. Tucker, Jas. Bell, Wm.  Smith, J. P. Taylor, Hugh Jones, John Bruce,  C. Vaillancour, T. McLardy, W. Beatfcie, 10  creek claims; re-record;  M1SCKLLANEOUS.  W    GOODS!  JUST {RECEIVED  A large supply of.  Fine Underclpjtliiiig,  LADIES AND.GENTLEMEN'S  BOOTS   SHOES AND  SUPPERS.  #@h New Goods will be received every  week during the season. i������gg  BOOTS/SHOES,  Clothing   and Groceries,  OF THE BEST QUALITY, ,''  For sale at the Si ore of the undersigned ih Barker  vJllo,opi>ositethc BunUul KrilishCo!mnhia.  5   ��������� : ; W. RENNIE.  ��������� jcl7  us usual  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  General Agency.  JAMES   WICKHAM,  aplotf Barkerville.  A.      PENDOLA,  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSIONS STORAGE.  Groceries, Provisions and  Liciubrs.  DEPOT     FOR  wy'20  HAVE beoii roqucsicil by several respectable par-  _ ties, who cah tcssti ly to lUe eliici'cy ol my system,  to aguia make public tb o J act that  Moses' Hair Invigorator  WILL PREVENT BALDNESS.  rfKESXOKB .HAIR THAT I8'BEC6MINGTHIN  OK KAUjING OFF, ami cireclujiUv  OURB i5CUKF OK DANDKUFF.  This Is not a mere assertion en my part, as I have  in my pogrfe^sion numerous testimeuialijcertifying to  t!ie success 6t my remedy,  . I do nut of course pretend that I cap make the hair  grow, on head's which have been bald for years j but  I wil j guarantee to stop tile hair Irom fciUiivjotf, to  Mieniase its growth, anilell'ectuallyremovetfcurl'or  Daminjir.     ~    ���������   ��������� Wt I). MOSES,  BurkerviDe.B.C.  MISCELLANEOUS.  A Chance!  PARTIES   PKEPARING   FOR   WINTKR  WILL   SAVE   MONEY!  By fitting ai tko  S econ d-ha n d  S t ore,  ���������     ��������� ,     .    : -   ���������        ;  i   *. A : ��������� " *   '   ���������  Where they will Had a flue assortment ���������(-.   :.  Tinware & Stoves  $  -AISO,-t  MINERS, & CARPENTER'S TOOLS,  ZINC, LEAD PIPE;     r  SHEET IRON (all gauges),  STOVE POLlSli,.  revolvers; GUNS,  BALLS, CAPS, SHOT,  POWDER, POWDER FLASKS, ".  '"    SHOT BAGS,     -���������...", y/0.  DOOR LOCKSJ PADLOCKS,.    ''  BASTARD & MILL SAW FIL18  And other articles too numerous to. mention.  FORCE. PUMPS  and  BEER   MACHINES  pu t ti p and warrau ted; ,:  $fr STOVJ&  MADE TO   ORDER %\  moderate prices.'.'  Repairing of Metals done as usual,  yyz:ZZzJZ: .TH.os*; fletcher,; ;.  XAiyAi "'���������" '���������''' 'V   :' *''   - *;" ' Barkerville. '  To tlie Electors of Cariboo  and T'illooet,  GeXTLEMKX, AA'/i  In pursuance of the terma of  Union you will shortly be called on to elect  a member from our joint Districts to represent  you in the House of Commons of Canada,  For tbis position J. now offer myself as a candidate, and should you do me the honor of  returning me as your Representative! shall,  to the best of my ability, strive to prove that  your confidence has not been misplaced.  If elected I shall use ray best endeavors to  promote the interests of our Province so fai������  as they dan be affected, by Federal Legisla ���������  lion,and above all to expedite the grand  bond of Union���������the Trans-continental Railroad,  With reference to general political matters,  I cah only say at present that if honored by  your suffrages. 1 shall go to the House of Commons untrammelled by party obligations,  save tbat I shall consider it my duty, and the  duty of every member from this Province, lo  lend a cheerful support to the Ministry to  whom we owe our new birth and political  enfranchisement.  I have the honor to be,  Gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  J. SPENCER THOMPSON*.  Barkerville, Sept. 9,1871. ;  H  OUR   ENVELOPES  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  12 1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100.  Our Agents at way places use all diligeno* in seeing  ,that letters are promptly torvrarded to potuUi beyoiiil  the regular stage routes,  pel6 f. J. BARKARJV  CERTIFICATE.  Tbis is to certify that Muring hist spring my hair  was rapidly falling out arid my hear! was last becoming. i>alil, when I applied to Mr W. 1) JIOSKS,Barber,  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored iny hair to  i ts former ben 1 tli y s tate J UAVID Q1B RQXS  Bark������rvill������ HC6./26. U66*     ' a<*i^li������  S HERRBY GIVEN THAT THE COrARTNERSHIP  jl heretofore existing under the name of BOYD *  HEATH, Cold Spring House, is hereby dissolved hr  mutual consent, .  John Boyd assuming all liabilities of the Firm an  collecting all dehts and demands ihje tho ' Firm," an  Who will conduct the business iu iutnre- In liiR ow������  JOHN. BOva.  CM  HKATH.  Cold Spring Hon**. " V  S*pt, Ulbf UTi. / ' ������2c <  >f,  'V- AA.  til  teflili'  ?pn?.r  fc-v*:  i y  : >v  ���������-y'iy.  <jm$mxy/  tii?������#t  ill-  .-Jc?-i!������5-.  ���������������������������i%k\*r5-    .-  :|p|  131   ?:  '>*  THE MMOTBMTIML  sec:  SATURDAY. OCT. 28, 1871.  sk:  THEGMRfilANiANb EROTECTiON.  Our,co temporary.-the 'Main land Guardian,  fa a p p*ar entiy suffer! ng ii n tl er, a sev ������*r e* at'a c k  of A, Protection on .the;:.brain.-?: In -no Hiss  ihahyihree leading ariictes 'Hie-"Vainly  oriel ea vo i;s% t o: de m o 1 i sh t h e a Vjv 11 n i e n I s we' ��������� 1t ��������� > V e  two u xiht U) rwatnl i h fa y o r o f: t li e Ca n aid inn  TariC: ah'd; advocrtiesi the; retention' 6!' ilie  Brit ]sh Col iim.b ia ri ."' bri t. hen <������' ve r a i i,em p \ s... fo  refu te q n e si n g\ e f\g ore <������f, i lie c a I ci t1, ii t i o ti s  we have eulereu^irf,io������ojl������erw     than^bv eva-  sive generaliIies and   ridic iijohkXasseHfons  whi.Ch ��������� lidA$\fs not a(iii������m t > fc ifoy bmi g n nyii a &  ig ii ri i<* n tIo fi ii ft ai n.   II a d he b io n ������ii fc lb r wn r d  atiy sfaiisiic* irt /fsiVor>of.-lit* ieitoneons'.vif*ws  :. we might ha vo. b'',en; ^mpliejf-j intake up the  gan n't let an d ;sh i ver a ,1 an.ee \ n sn pport of fax f  ftwn o pin ip jisrb T j fc w jfch; swfi n di not M n gemote:  thnri {11Isorneflatte 17 of lire farjnera and abnse  of the miners,Hyho he' saysy"'as a-class are  not 1 hns������;Mo setlleiup a con iijrv."' weevil 1 not  cle^cend'iiilr^lhe^areoa of^iscission; ��������� We a re,  willing lo award a 11 credit to the farmers for  thei r en etgy a nd i n d ns t ry; w b en e v e r l hey d i a-  ������������������jt'lay eiihe:r.,.but;y we^ave not inclined to rob  the minersi'for their benefit as won Id most  Hsauredly be lite case we^tbe'pi'esent 'tariff  to be con tin tied ioJfftrcK, while vat the same  time  we baye .1)e,eii.try-irisj, in vain fov a long  time4o,finM;mit^  ciiltunsC who Imports Bis ownt food. .Jhe  Gnardianyqnotes Ta'lon^ arlicle, from,-the  Standard in faror of 1 he:mod ified'?Tariff, but  thiuj^a- ojiesl ion en UrelylforiMgn to tlie issue;  We can n b t ex pe c 11 h e Can ad i a ii ���������. Go ver n m e ni  to *SctfeflS- to an'J: subhxptfepdsi(iVnt". '^gain.  ^^^oMy'tellsniSif'dfatiiev/amonnt of duties  \vas^reafly '$681000;in0ve, \ha 11 ,what we should  have toX pay jinil^r (he ;Ganailian^iiriff.vit  ; w (Ml d' be -si f f I .* we IL i nvt������l t^d. as'. by. U\ c h p a y-  nieiit we retain - more j lian; $500C()(jtf 'ioi tlie  ^ounthy,iiori^nqiienMyUne country -is a:iiaineri.  ia thajt;texjenti:,'x,This mayvbe so,, but we  can'' ty see' the-v pbiii t. i Kl 0 we ver, on ce fo r a 11.  letludismiss ihe fop.tc;;as ;it is���������; pivtiyy well  iHidei'stopdyWoJ hink.- how jfc; wil I he ^lisposecV  of *in;'the next Assembly; "Vicloria1 a:rid; Nanaimo :have:elecledvflviei Co mKiiauL Tariff' men.  <J ar j bd 6 w i 11 se n d tliree m p v e ; an d i f";." there  are'not fiv������ Irom;: the .rest- ot the; province;  which t^wMl ^make a-majorityy we will throw  Op lhe,sponge ahd--acknowledger:our :deieafc::  OuivcolemporaryM[iiiish^y|ii^������l;j^  ;Chaptec^Qfi 1 amenta tio nV with yihe^i assertion.  >'*: jtf o Q 0 ve v n men t two it I d. h a z a rd s 11 c h a r ni n ���������  o u hy poll cyi.'7.- * Perilap s i n 01";? b n t if ihe G ti aiv  <liah;has^pt any spare etish. andr:w1shes to  b ac k). h is :d pin io n, / w e 1 h in k, he can- b e acco m-  ru od ated i n ��������� Cari b b,o. to; a m o d era te a mo u nt;- -.-'  W Davison  Jobh Bruce  F Bissobuetto '  JHTodd     ,  S^PParkor  Jobn G Goodsoh  Wm Martin  V? m 'Gallty  Thos ha very   -y  Cbrts Vaillancour  TEPattullo  .  Gomer Joims . .-  Thos t B.riggs.,/  J00 ilayon       ' :  Tn k Chicago Rbmk f Fun o.-A- The cal a mi Ion s  fire whiCh has overwlieluied. tlie c 1 iyX 6f ��������� CltI-  c-igo ih;d(^lrucfcioh has elicited the sympathy  o f .'ail' t he :c i v i t izt?d X: woi:l (1. ati d f ro hi eve ry  ;.q ti ai'ler snbscrip I ions on a s.l npowlons scale  are pouri h������j in tp.1 the a id 0 f-the sii fferers. The  des tr ii c t i on bf. p ro per t y a ri dy 1be nu m.b'e r 6 f  ))������vrsbhs 1 eft- desi i tii te and lip'nieIessi by ;acei-  xletit and not by; the ravages of' war, are' prob-  a b ly n np'reced eh ied, a I-; least si n ce: ih eg rea t  /ire i ti'h 0 ti d 0 ri t Wo liii ad tyd yea rs a go, and it  Uiihi to be wandered sit thitt the peop 1 e 0f  e ve ry nalib n a li ty sli <������111 d te n d e r th ei r assistance so promptly to the sntferers iti the  present atce, when all are So closely ' linked  together in all quarters of the fjlobp. The'  charitable movement, as appears from a communication in another colnmn from tin*. IF. S.  Consul at Victoria, lias ivtichtfd oiir province  where we have little doubt it will bu liberal I v  responded to.     7       ���������   , ,  LKOisrATtvK.���������The elections are now in  progress all,through the province. So far.  returns have been made'froin Victoria, wlnjre  Messrs; McCrei^ht. Dock, Beavens, and Trimble have been elected ; and from Nanaimo.  wtiere Mr Robson has reversed last year's  decision and has received a majority of' 24,  Iu all, the other districts which have been  h^ard from there will be contests, except in  JLillooet, whure Messrs, Htunphreys and Saiil  are likely to walk over the course.  Cor ox kb's In'qu'kst.���������S 0 d a C re ek. October  24.���������A Coroners Inquest was held to-day on  thfi body of AntoineMatbcciit', who whs found  shot near Alexandria on 3d Se pi em her. The  body having been exhumed a minute examination was made by the Coroner, Or. Trevor.  Several witnesses testified that, tlie deceased  had repeatedly stated that he would shoot  himself, aud the position of the body, gnn  and ramrod havinir, been shown, a verdict  was returned of *' Felo de ee.v  : : T6b : As^sXt? 0#ick.���������We have mtich p 1 eas-  ure in announcing from time to time the increase wjuch IiA gradually going 0n in the  business ahd receipts <vfgthe Cariboo Branch  Assay Office. ^Tbei benefits derived from this  bffipe are appai*ently beeoming more evidentj  dally to tlie minjbg community, judfjilig from  th^additjonal patronageiwhich it is receiving,  iind^it claiitiowner^will ph ty view the matier  in a: proper light there is good rea son to hope  that th e ins ti tut.i 0 n w il l in the cou rse ��������� of a n-.  otbe r yea^ b even ti rely seljisii p p 0 r tin gZ The  ;candidates for the Legislative -Assembly "for  th is di sir Ic t are^ W'e Wlieve, al I tho rough ly  ali ve to; the i mportant urgency .tha^ exists  for the mai ntenah ce of an office iv hieh has had  the effect of materially enhancing the price of  the staple product of Cariboo���������goldj arid  taking \uto cphaiidertitipn,.the fact that its^cost  to the���������prbyihcialekcheqtieriis now Vrii^ small  an d' co ns la n tly d i tn in islii n g, we have 11 tile  fear th at th e p 01 i ti cal e 'ion 0 m ists 0 f 0 the r-  sections who lirgeils- abolition under the, Jlj0 nijpp  specious plea of reduction/of expenditure cati \ym Ronnie  s 11 eceed i n i heif 0b'ooxipus design, The tirii-j W P6\wll  versa! 0 pin ibn,; here -: is - th at t lie office ni fist b e  retained, even if it should cost the country a  j i iti h , i t b ei n g regarded as bei ng i n a ni i h er al  region as of much importance to ihe province  at large as any b the r d epart ra e n i; of go ver n-  menti However, as such ideas wpuld attach  :\ i ttl e- wei gh t i f (we cb uld ^prpd u ce h p fio; 11 res ��������� 10  i%ndorse theirccirrecine^s. \^e1append the fbl-  10wingstalistics 6f the ,bhsiness dene for the  three.. monthsAending?i25th-)'October^The  number of bars melted and assayed duriiig  tlmt:pen6dfhto^env9^.yaliie!$i9^  tile. t^ceipts^ have: beeiu' $GS4 foi^-a'ihnch  largerambiint than iuany>;preyionsXctuarter  si n ce .the Vest ablish men t ,;pf the qffice.y The  total're^iptsn)rihe:W ctirii  ti*o I. y ea r w h i c h h a ve Vnp w exp i r ed; ii a ye been  ���������$'-itfZilX*Tn and the value of gold assayed in  thh 1ast \n0nth has;i:been S7'dM$ybeing the  highest figivi^^  one rh on th;: si u ce. the office.: was op en ed i n;  18G9. _  Ay .    ,,:.y,    y,   ry ��������� yyy, XXyiXAi ���������  ���������'���������. Eccr^EstASTTCAiy.-���������^ApncRC!h; to Lkt.-tWhen  Re v, Ja m es Rey n a rd 1 eft liarke r vi 11 e f "0 r Nail ai mo, n ear I y th ree m on th s ago, it w������ s;' su p-  po^ed' that!phljie arrival of/LishppvflilLs an  E p i sepp al-; cle rgy m a n wo ti 1 d ;ibe: iin med iat e 1 y  provided AoA Cariboo; -None, has, ��������� ho we ver j  jejb; been ^arippinted^nd ju dging fr^>m^he!fft ci  tliufc Mr Ileiynai'il?s^A1 rni111 re] whichrwasJeft  beliirid inanticipat ion "of;; being j'equirefiby:  his ��������� successor,;.bus ;beeii;Bold by auction this  week; it. woii Idseern that the spiritual -want*  of .1 he pepp je b f Cari bd0 a re n 01 deemed 01'  s u ffic ie n t i m po r tan ce to re qu ire tlie presen ce  'of a minister of the Church of England in this  district., Jhis.; leads naturally to the inquiry,  why if the mission was not iniended to be per^  manen tly sustai ned. shop id so much ex pense  have been incurred in building and fitting up  bur hand so me B a rke r y i 11 e. ch u rcli ? a ncl what  Vise is intended#0 bei made of the sacred edi-  fice in the future? It .certainly aj>pears that  the head of, the church in; this diocese is disposed toJ treat tlie upper co ii n try' wi th in d i f-  f e re nee. , A re. th e re' n 0 ft 1 n ds i 11 the! reasu ry,  or are the sinners of Cariboo considered be-  :y p n d red em p. t i 0 n ? Th e w isd 0 in of b n i Idi ifg  a c. I u 1 re li 0 f I h e s ty 1 e a n d d i m ensi on s 0 f the  present was fjuesliuned by maiiy at ijs com-  ntHucemenr, but now it is here it should decidedly ttiir^ be. left; tit i'p cpiipiedV;  NEVV ADVERTiSBMBNTS.  TO 'i". S. VTHOMPSONv Esq. :  VVfe, the undersigned, Electors of Ciriboo Q\$-  Irict, having canflden.ee in your ability, would re  quest you ;to,allow yoursell to be nmninated not only  lor :ihe Domiaion Parliament,' lor which you are  already ft candidate, but also lor the Locid Legislature, pledging ourselves should you do so .10 use pur  best endeavors to secure your return to both Houses  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Laying  Over. Claims.  Nr ANO JiFTI^R FIRST NOV KM BRR, 1871,  Abb  Miniinr Claims in C;U'il>oo DLsfrict are hereby  LAIl> OVER " until 20th Muy, 1S72.  (Signed,) H. Al. BAIJ.,  ocl4 1m A.C5.C.  MW*  Miners' Provision  Store,  B ARlvERVILLE.  GNMurshall  Dh'Ballantipe1 ..  Hugh Rons  Kolil-Greig'".-'.     ,  Thos^Fiotciicr'/:' -'  John,: >i'cAlister,,. ;  \Vm F Anderson i  "Arch Moi^au^hton  :DMcr)onell;' '  wm rjodd ;-.;  Rob t; Watson   :r  j'aihesl.uhess .���������'���������'.;;  ThosiOuxbury  Win Smith/  Wm Owen  C F'Wvatt  RobtMo>'ab  Thomas Taylor.  ���������DTSimt'hVyy-  Kdwd Jone^i'. y  WW Houseman-  WHUcbcQclc,..  ','��������� SineuU Gray V.-  : Wm Michael  J H Nicholson  Geo Byrnes    .  'UyjKWCll    A -'"  Andrew Weld on  ' TH Flynn   ...  J 7. Hough  ���������Thos Htir.iing ���������:-"���������  XIX B- Devil a-  James Los hi  -;: Andrew :Fletcher  ���������'��������� James Piugwiill  ;������������������; John. James;: y  X Jori.Devi'm,.,.- r.  y,Witi Thompson  Sam'Drake-.; ? ::  .RStaiTOttV  :. Andrew: Kelly  ���������;R Hollo way...: ;j. .-.  .;.'JasvAinin-;-"; 'v' ��������� ���������:  vBpbtK.Bro^n; "������������������  6 eorge.Spruce  WC Price ,,  ... johniStevensdu ;  Jolin.Naisiiiith,  . Ralph Watson-/.  J'/Petpr Oilier. y/\ v,  . Thos Hind ...  W'Aiexnnder.'-'.'  /Jos Gunnell;  R(������bert Eiarr  :R A Albertson,  P: Glen di no i,ug  .John Hnriicry  y Samuel KoUorts���������':���������  i1"'"   ;;;'R-BiPLY';: \/!   ���������.���������*,'���������"*  Grntl ' mpx, ���������T ��������� ha dun t, prim* <to the receip t 0 fy oui  ,fl a tleriug-. Beq ii isition,' :i n teud ed, Ux {Mir ���������. ii)ysefras. a  c.indidate t'ov tbtr Provincial Houseof A^ycMribly. but  in deference; to the requ est; of so many oi Mho E h'btors  6t;Cariboo I plabe inyseiI'��������� at.y.opr*i\\i-vposal.nudWccept  the inomihaiioii. ��������� iTluinking' ybnyibr;i.be' conlHience  you. express. to Wa rds; ni e^ ;wh i ch.liVdected I sua 11, do;  my best to retain,   ; ,..  1 re main' you rob dt. servant,- y  '  ;iyj;SPKNCEU THOMPSON..  Barkerville, 6th pctober, lis71.  oc7  TO JOSEPH HUNTKR, Esq. : V  .. ;Wo, tlie; und'ersigiie'd,;" Kiect'ors ;of Carihoo District, havingiconfidvnee in your ability and.integrity,  rt-quest that you will alb\y -yourself to ho. placed in  notnination at .the. Ibrtlicohiing election to -serve' as  one (������f ti io Repres e n tat 1 ves from th is District iin��������� the  Le^islativo Assembly, and we hereby pledge 011 w.dyes  tfiusc our utmost exertions to secure" your return,;  W Davisonyi.  Joluv llruce  F Bissonnette   '.  JHtodd ; y    A  iJPP.irker  John G Goodson": '.  Wm Martin  Wm Galley.;.- .-.  Thrinas;L:u'ery y  David Lewis .     .  Cbarh'R Vaillancour  T"R Pattullo  Gotner Johns  Tlios Ii Briggs     ..  Joe Mas=oii ' -.'���������  ;lno Chi pp.  Win liennic  WPtWvell  .'.:..  6 X Miirslioll  D L B������l Ian tine  Hugh Ross  WiirG McCormick  J WClihdinrtin  Win Thompson  Samuel Dmke  R Starrett  ItH Brown  G"orgi y Spruce  Win F Andn-son  WisslcyjHall.  John Stevenson -  O'.'o A T;iy lor  John MaismiLh  Joim Love  Krdpb Watson  J'oti-r Oilk-r  Tbos:Hind  Tli os Parn-y  Thomas Tn y lor  DT Smith  Robt Grei^i  Andrew Kelly;  K -.H������������|jowny   '���������.".  ..IS Thompson  Thos Fletuln-r   '....,  /Win Michael  :W.Hitchcock.. .. .  Sammd Gray  X  J H Nicholson '  Geo Bvrnes  Hy'J������.-weir"  Andr-nv Wed don  ..  T H Fiyiin  .!'/, Hou'irh  '..UMJ.IVvhn:.:..;...- .,;-   ���������Thos Harding  , .hunes -Iiesh'. -.  D Careyy-X: X ,,:  James Dingwall  ., John, janies  George p.ikin  .1 oh n lie At is ter  jdalcolni McCmii.f,'   ..  Arch i bald McNaughton  DMoDun'dl  . Robert Watson '  ..James limes  Win Smith     ...  Thos Duxbury  Wdliam Ow������n  John Hill  f mm Allt-n ���������  Walter Alexander  Josejvh Oannell. ,  JMtnUl McDonald  Robert Uarr  Rruhen A Albertson  ' Jrunes Anon  W W Houseman  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  s.  YALE AND BARKERVILLE,  Importers, Wholesale and  -Ketail Dealers in  .GROCERIES & PROVISIOKS,     ;;i'y   jy  ;   WINES & LIBORS;  ��������� y A/  /    ;    pRYrGOOI)S,(CJLpT ;* ;  HATS & CAPS, "'  BOOTS &SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS^   : -';(  :.,;.,   CIGARS A TOBACCO^      A r  ;;y   2' STATiONERY,^;   rr.''-/:-A ������������������"���������''.-'  HARDWARE A CROpKERY,  ,   Andiacohiplet* issprtmeniof  bbugs,;:;i^^|ipiHffl^: m  ���������Oppenheimer. Bros, heg to inform Traderss, Mineis  tiud Farmers reqUiring; a stoc'k 0("��������� 'Goo<is. that they  bold a largo, anil r well \ selec Led assort ni en t, and aro  prepared to sell iit the Lowest: Market Prices;:;  j^g" We i nvi te' i nspectioii of oiir Stock beforelpur?  ;chasing elsewhere.       l  y      ; -    \Ay   '  tlS- NEW GOODS are being received .continually.' ' y  y ,''���������'-:":;'':-;'-'"'   ���������'.-���������.'������������������ ��������� z} xi{ .... x  Fresh. Kanch But|er,  y XW BEST, QUALITY,At    .. r    -,  RECEIVED i BY ; EVER^. ^feESS.  QRPENHEIMER   BftOS. ;  ��������� -niy27 . ni -^, .   /,.-.;  Inware;  .K?  .   OF THE LATEST^ PATTERNS.  A full assortment of    -,   '  ��������� x Ax^yHW'titi������yizyt  of gboti quality,comprising: ���������      .:  Frenoli G  y,      Satieepans,  Block Tin Teapots & Wash  Bowls*  In ftddUion, we.hav������  i CLOTHES - WKING-EES,  ,i'y   . AT LOWFIGURES,    ���������// '2./'./:/  ;^r CALL AND SEE. y������g'  K-ing woll supplied with ?beet Iron from Nos. 27  to 16, we arepnpircd to make to ,urd<r both Plain,  an i Ornamentiu Stoves, at prices to suit the times.  $*������*��������� Minors and olhcissvill find il to their a������van*  tagu topurchasoa g<>od arti^rh'.-'b;^  ' N.n.���������Anything iu the.iiuo made us ordcrcd:, with  neatness and disjiatcb..  SANDERSON PEA.RCY;    .  (>c1 ftn "���������' (Pur John Bibby.)  FLOUR, FLOOR, FLOUR,  Gfvtlrme.v,���������I  solicitinjt' me. to  .4 T THIS STORR will always be found a well-  &.   selected st  ;LocU of the  FRESHEST    GROCERIES   AND  PROVISIONS   IN   CARIBOO.  BEST JAVA COFFEE  Roasted ami Ground daily.  Branch Store at Last  Cliance,  Whore agood assortment of Goods will always be  found.   ������ ���������  1 trust by strict attention lo business and fair and  squaro dealing, to incut a continuance of the liberal  patronage heretofore attended to m*.  . fe4  REPLY.      .  have   received   jrour Requisition  b(!C(>ine a candidate for the representation of this District in the Legislative Assembly  ol'our 1 rovinoft.  I have.mucii. pleasure in complying with your request, nud iiiank ywu lor tho confidence which you  r. po^.e inmfi,  If el:'ut������d 1 shall do my best fairly to represent  your iuu'rests at the Council Board, ;ind to advocate  all libi.'rd and progressive measures fur the welfare  of this District or the country at large..  I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, your obedient  servant,  JOS. HUNTER.  6th October, 1871. ������c7  Dissolution of Partnership  VTOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEV that  the bupiness  i'i    heretofore carried on at Barkerville. by tire un  dorsigncd, ������ts Boibl.-rs and Carpenters, has been dissolved by mutual consent.  Joii.v *BaccK  will collect all debts and  pay all  liabilities of tbe late firm.  JOHN BRUCE.  JAMJSS G. MANN.  Barker8If, S*SJWTOfc*f W, W������.. sa^lrt .  SODA  CREEK,  QUESNELLE, and  BARKERVILLE  J. HARPER,  MKSSRS. MEACIIAM. & NASON are prepared to  furnish Lumberat their Mills, William Creek,  or deliver it to order;  LUMBER DELIVERED ON  LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS 0^  WILLIAM CREEK.  Having a Planing Machine in operation they will  als������ furnish Pressed Lumber a I naUsfac'lory r-^;  S.fR   JOHN  MUNDEI.L  WILL. OPEN   A   NIG*JI  fll   Sciiool, at the William Creek School House, oh  Monday Evening, 0th October, at S������vea o'olo������K'  Five Classes will b������ h������ld weekly. ^  83* ?m& of Woe %% P** ������������w w  Ak  K-Pi  i  ���������y  l-Ai\  m  ifif  1 'M  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  - 11 i ii  ���������~~ "^"*       i ��������� -   -  A^A^URm^/O^A^/imA /A/  PASSENGERS.       X y-'i^Z: ,  By Gerow &.Johnson78^ExprePB/rftrriTed  21st October^Jos. Chassotii Yale to ilefxari-  drft ; three way passengers; Mrs F. Rose and  a native lady from Quesnejnioutfa.     . ���������. ;  By Gerow: & Johnson's Express, arrived  27th October.���������From Yale���������0. C. Lane, two  Chinamen and one Chinese boy, to Barkerville ; Mr Dixon, to Lake Lahaehe; tFrom  Soda Creek-���������Mr Tompkins, to Quesnelmouth.  By Barnard's Express, arrived Oct. .27,  From Yale���������Dr. Featbevstone, to Ly lion ; T.  Kane. Ah Kwong andj.auother Quniaman to  150 mile/ house; yjromi? l!27 >mfte Jionse-^M r  and Mrs*������, McDonald  Burkervilfei-' ���������-."     .-��������� '        *;       '"'���������-y?  Down���������By Barnard's Express, left 22nd  October���������Messrs. Pa trick; J&r&in, Peter Coleman , George Dakin,. and -. two passengers from  Van winkle, for Yajt*;;;', Wing ^ii^aud^Gbung  Kee. for Quesnelrabutbv  "IJzK-hXt^i*'' ������  Down- - By. G&tiq w:f^Jqij^oiiJf^xpTesa*-  left 22d pctober-^Messis. Henry?packman,  Evan JoneSi%i1liarirSJ(ym,|Th6ma^Harding,  and Arthur Hirriij^, for Tails.   S Z/y  MINING ^NMLLiGEjSCE;^  -���������������������������'-'   > WILLTA M CH K KKi       =*���������*?"?  The Fq res t Ro se co. 1 a si week, w ash eri J fi 0  ox,; tJi%y^^\^i������l,;-iir������jtJirded^(jnnsideraftl^byt  b rea king- i n to X w hat is '} eonsi derei 1*1 o, be 11) e  Chan he):; fro m Wil1 i am; c reek, -on w h j c h, so me  oft h ei r 6 I'd wo r ks w ere j pea let I.';', 'The fce now  is 1 i tt 1 e d<.iu b t b \iit' that 1 here are - two d is������i rict  chii ii nels r u n n i ng; 11i i\o u gH. 11 be riigio n bid .one  coming di recti y l rom the hi) I,y. They Ballnrat  co. last week...AV}ished- X6p. ;o������. vSome.jJpf the  open c 1 i'i ihi s ii bo ve Ri c h fie I il f c; dh'li n i ieVtf work.  but they will soon be Ioreed Io4uVpVii'U?oper-  alions.   ,��������� ;-":.tOy;A'y( .:,  ... , GH 0.ui315-CRKBK;-.'������������������?;_ ){������*,:}&���������  TIte Sfi.ltrSpii0g:Cp;irressiill at>wonk; ge11inst  goo ri -ij j j i y. " T he5 Oit in I i ii e, M a y, Q^ oh i li a n a n 11  Shun Hood c6mp>inies are ge ti ing.'sonie pay.  The Union co. having been  drowned^ out of  t he i r d tie p g ro i i-iicl ca u,id o ��������� b u & I i'i. ll $ ip peel hi s  ���������wttttrni. ;.'Ilie. 1/l.������.(yieisei,co.. Jmmedia leIV J*e |o w  ha ve Ue<*n isl n n'*pV������,i 1 by" a;. lie:i vy' slide from 'tlie  hank :  Ihey buve. it is said. \akeit ptit.��������� abtTnt  $ JD.il00  ihiH ._-se;i5*.i������ii^">Twp meir^bayefivinade  good  wages "a 11 tfii nt m<*f gr6iirii^sl'iiii'i tigrI fie  tl a t o j t pos i i e.-. i lie. J..l>.r������ mi , .c I nj$i., i XX}) e Tai i s t nan  co. ci I rt ti i ii i e \\'i i i ��������� l/i Kg ��������� i l������ ro i i g li' l lie* \Vh!V e r 1My  laniiH mid inakjii^g^nd^'wages/j^he Lady  ol' Hit* Ijulv*? ei). iuive bo Honied iheir Shalt ul  7;"> [AH. wiili took-:|iiichih������ off-'.iowardis  lite  eri'e-k ; they will pHtbubly sink a new shall.  ��������� _��������� ,;..;,;.;, y ^^.'i.yu^eu^i'JK.; -; ... y /--/i  The ��������� Ku I el< =.������,; vo..}ia v.; i 11g, sunk a bed roc 1\  Mm ft are now living if p. for win (er prior io  (hii'-iriir our fur Hie chioincl. The Loiluiir'co.  will drill up si!>���������;!.fii IVntn theirpil ibis-\yinler.  ami !h������ Tudor, continue Mtnnitig I heir drain,  and anoiher': large claim has been -located'  above Hie Kiirek'n by ihe-Golden Hop**. co���������  so (hat.-(here is a good prospect of **<inn������lbiAg  b et* n To ct m! out a hot 11 Hied eepg t o h n d i n i 11 a  kwet part of lbe creek. be 1 ore spring.  .laiwxri.i j'.'ij'kkk:'  The Ambrose co. a (ler run it ing the Cosmo.  P' d i i j ii i i n n t j e r s i e. i d 11 y ������I) e a d fo V a.y e a r iv i I h ���������  out rea.eh'ing bed i"ck Imve'conniieneed sjnk-  iti^' ji -blind-sshMft.- No *������i*oiind lo compare in  depih .with ;ihe channel in the Ambrose has  been found before in Cniiboo.. .j'  s'roi;:r's.(u Leu.  The Fin me co. are ^eiiing be((er ���������prnipp'cte  as  ihey  work  s������hea<|  mid are ���������running of a  greatd^nl of d\n.   The Taflvale and Mttcho  Olo conlinue duio^ as usual.  LOWIIKB OnKKK,  Tlie Victoria co. last week for four days'  weak washed 113 oz.   The Black Bull co.  va<hed  05 oz.   The Brown'co. are ma"  about wages.  OM1NECA NEWS.  KWWBWSWWH2P9E5  GKRifAKSEN Cheek,-October 4; IS7L:  .A.-yy      ������������������';GBRM"AKSBN':CRKKIC.i.  /* '.���������������������������:  ^lining, on, Germ a h sen creek is ye ry dull  /Thfcilppep part of the creek is almost deserted, and only a few of ihe old claims on  tbe^lower part are paying small dividends. ;;  MANSEN CKEEK AND TRIUUTAftlKS. .  AT h is seel ion of the cou n t ry see in s as if It  will Oirnoutto be the-centre of Oitiineca.  Nearly all the miners are makinsr a li" le. ami.  ask no ** jaw-bone,v which is a good sign, y  y.      . SrATJS.; cukbk.      :  .Quite'a number of men are doing well on  this creek and are gelling very coarse gold.  Messrs. Harper, Gnichon and several others  have "located .ground to prospect a ledge  w h i ch js fhough t to b a rich in si i ver.  '.  -'':-A MrKRSy 'CRBBK     ".     ' .'^^  is y ei y deep, one shaft ba r i ng: b em s11 ti Ic a  depih of 6i feet, when they w<������re driven ml  by \vater.; Anether company, hended 1 >y oId  Cat ibqpiIes^-John '"': M cLenu; /'Chvisi Ie ..= ������iid  qIhers^have taken hold .of it, with ihe determination of seeing the rock,  i        .;    ���������' AAy  i :-lost. CuKKK.i A    ���������''/���������." XX.- y '  A few companies are doing iwell. -.;  '.- ��������� f;':; . MCSCKLLAKROCa'.       "   . i", yAAy  Vital; and two other Frenchmen ha ve-gone  f > if a si x mon th s * p rospec ti ngf t p it r-J o the  lay.branch.      'Zy'ZZ   ''"''���������'."���������'��������� 2.'"'������������������  ;   Fl>!.iir;; 40c; ��������� ���������:��������� beans, ;iC0c, ^CMrce  ������1 j sea ice ;  sn gar, ;7.oc ;; I ea.; >S2 ;  S3 ; rice" $1 j gum boo Is, $10 per paiiv.  . y . yyy.A/2 yy- yy--:AyAy ' ZyjdQy -  CARIBOO ELECTION^TIiENOiifXAif ION  POLITICAL MEETING.  ni-  ;:������������������ hacom:  i'������hacco.  . Pursuant to proclaim a i ion a meei in sf of .the  .electors of Cariboo i t>istriet. was hei(1 -.at:.ihe  Co n rtllonse, Richfield j. on 'Mo nilay, 2 ;U\ i nsfc  at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating  candidates for the;Legislative'.jAispeniHiy. The  re l ii r ni ng o ffice r, H. M. Ball, Es q.. It a v i n g read  Ihe writ, cal led. upon : the, el ec lors.,-1 o; se! ect  three fit and proper /parties as'iheir repre-  sentatiyes,.,' '��������� ;��������� ��������� ii ;.:,.;. .  ?Mr: J. if.: Todd, : of Barker vi lie,.., proposed  wgva; ra  Iarat-co;;secbnded;the'n6tnioafinii: ''.."���������*���������"','.    '!;,';;  Mr James Innes, of $tou t*s;gu Ich. proposf d.  Mr Joseph llnn ter ; Mr Da nie 1 Mi 11 s, of Low- ���������  bee. seconded the nominal ion.  ���������Mr John McAllister, of the Ballarat en., proposed Mr JC S; Thompson ;-Mr Jo 11n IIiidso'ii,  of Nelson creek, seconded t he nonifinal ion  Mr Robert Lipseff, of Barkerviile,. proposed Mr Cornelius Booth ; Mr G. L. Shepherd, of Barkerville, seconded tfie nominal ion,  ; M rr H en ry C aide r, o f C a m e ro n to n, p ro posed  Mr Jolih Evans, and Mr John T. Edwards, of  Lightning.creek,, seconded the nomination.  The se vera 1 cand i d a (es as p ro posed came  forward, and thanking their friends for the  ho n or con fer red on th e m p ro in ised i f e I e c t* e d  to do their best for the, i nieces Is of the district. Without entering into any d������failed  statement of their poll Heal views, which had  been already pretty generally laid before the  public, they all professed.themselves iti favor  of judicious reforms, but Mr Evans claimed to  v At; the p lib lie; meeting held .ph 14Hi ihstj.  wl i en the severa 1 ca h d id a res f o r Hie Legi si a -  ti ve A ssem b 1 y ad dressed the elec to rs a t tbe  Theatre, Mr C. Boo th, on accoiiiit ��������� of 'ill ness,  was u nab 1 e to ex press bis s<��������� n (i ine n t s, bu t  stated th at he \y.o n I fl ta k e an o ther oc casi p n of  doing.so/and'tio accordingly ;on the:,day (il  nomination issued a. notice that a meeting  wo ii I d be: held at M r \V.: W; Dod d 's sal ooni  B a r k e r y i lie, on the a a me e ven fiig. Th e( m ee t-  ing:was yfe\\ attended,:Mrtohafles,Wils()n oc-  cupying the chair.     .... ;i,  ,,;:.: y-   y yi  Mr Booth in addressingi the~a11dience said  that the principal subjects of proposed local  ivforins had been, a 1 ready so fu tly discussed  that be .need not dwell much onithem.   Re-,  ferring to a'few of .the topics, such as amendments to the Mining FiHW. equalixaijon of tax-  ati o ii l'. ad dp I ion o f Gan a d i an; Ta r iff , repea 1 of  Civil List Bill, Wild LandvTax, and abolition  o f~Rtm d To Us, h e co he n r red wi t h l he sen timet i ts of ih e o I her ca nd ida tes, a n d m ii do a  very j giiod  address regarding^the ibeneflffe  which  this province would, with proper re-  preset! 1 atiyes, devive 'from ��������� responsib 1 e government and icoh(ederati(>n.y , A ;. Ay  ��������� ��������� After the c o n,c I u si oh o f M r Bo o tb V. s p cech  the other four cand it tales being present; were  se ve ra 11 y ca 11 ed p n ,.b y t he au d i en ce to mount  the ��������� p 1 atfo r m. a n d M essrs.; Wa] ke tni. Eva ns,  Tho rn pson an d. 11 u n 1 er, accordingly.iii "ro ta-  tio n b rieliy expressed th ei r sen i; men hC than kr  in g I he elect; t > rs ft) r tj i e ho n o r 'con ferred . o n  th e i n by no iri i n a ti on fo r the imp o r la n t p os i -  tion -'.of "Veiif'^Dtjn^^Vib'n^".; .The last gentleman complained .thai   Mr Evans at  the  -nomination hud spoken of" mi isluoom reft i r t i i e rs;? \ or  p o U t i ci a ns; i a t e r m ; wh ic h  he.  thpnglit unfairly reflected on  him   as:/the  youngest ofi tlie "candidates; '��������� Mr Evans replied, denying: that;the:phrasei bad been- iitf-i  te n (1 e d to apply to Mr II out et pe rspn a 1 \y. y'y  ���������   ���������1' he se ve r a I c a n d i d a tes we te' very co 11 rteo lis  and complimentary to each other, and'the:  iiudience listened ito .till- with -ihe  bestO; of  humor; in tact, :vve question if at any con:  tested ejection., throughout the Dpminion^pr  G rea t *������������������ Bri tii i ti ari: ��������� ������q it a 1' a in q \i h t of good: feel -  it ig a n d 1 ack, o f person al b ick'eri ng goi i Id b e  foiuid; ; Mr Joseph Park subsequently :ad-:  dressed Ihe meet ing, advocating the claims of  MessrsyBpOth- and Eyans,,after i which):a;vqt:e  of thanks 'was  unanimously giyeii:to 'the  'chairmail.'';��������� ������������������������������������.-;. ix/i:: AHAA,/. !..v -y  .'-'���������'���������������������������/���������'.'-���������  ylvnoM "ri'i'K''"Tetjo Jabkb ICAiaiRiSfiRVKYixG  ���������Paii.tv.:--MrM'.'C. Davis, in charge of the ani-  m; i U b e 111 n <r i n g < o M r M a hood's p arty. a rr I v e d  j n B. t r k p r v i 11 e on Tin es d ay. T h fl ex pe rt i i i o u  \y 11 e. u ��������� 11 e 1 e.ft; n i n e (1 a y s p r ev i o u s I y h ad; reach ed  a, })os ii lo ri on Ga At I e: ri ve r a p \n\ ten tly a b on t  15 in i I t*s I rp in. Fraser rive r,. th e y* I ley of iv hi ch  th ey saw. 1 ������e low . i h em. . Mi* I) a vis.. desert b eg  the pass discovered by Black and Fen ton two  y ea rs ago. an rt. n a m t������ d 1 > y the t n Do m I n ion  P;i S3. a s'"J o o sl eep a ti.d. h igh t o I) e prac i i ca b le  for iv Tail way,, the. pariy in ascend ing from  S \v a ii ip 11 ve r "ii a v i ag c r ossetl a -gl a e te r fe d by  the mountain streams coming front the south  side of- the narrow gorge through which the  route lies. They crossed, however/with the  train su [VI y, a n d d esc e n.d ed a bo u t 15 in s I es,  followtnsr Castle river on Ihe other side of the  he  designated  mg  JACK OP 01X155 CUKKKT.  The First Chance eo. washed last week o!)  oz.. the pay dirt averaging 0 to 7 oz. per set,  The Two Siwi er������ co. are si ill in bed rock. The  Two Brothers co. are looking for clay wilh  the intentlou of sinking a shaft.  -MOUTX'tXG CUKICK'.  The South Wales co. last week washed "27  oz. Tbe Spruce co. are making over expenses on high rock. The Victoria co. having  got both drives up to the channel and snffi  cient prospects lo show (here is pay at band,  have been making every preparation for  working methodically, and have been fixing  a second pump. The wafer, is, however,  Belling lighter. The Vancouver co. have got  their shaft pumped out, and the chances are  now favorable lor bol.h (hern and the Victoria  to work alt winter. They expect to break  into ihe channel very soon. The Vanwinkie  oo. are running steadily ahead wilh their  J11'41?, and have starled'tbeir pump lo assist  ;  , Vi.ctoria by keeping down f&etaufaee  water.  some of the other candidates  as *' m usb ro o m refer ni e rs,"  The returning.officer then called for'a show  of hands, which was in favor of Messrs.  Wal kern, II un ter and T h o tn pso n.  A poll was demanded on behalf of Messrs.  Booth and Evans, and Mr Bull announced  that tt would be held on Thursday. Kith November, at the several places specified in the  election proclamation.;  A vote of thanks was then proposed to the  returning officer and carried unanimously.  RELIEF FOB THE CHICAGO SUFFER EUS.  Consulate of tlie Unitwl ������<a(p*..  Victoria, V.LOct. J9, 1 <STL  Eoitoii SENTt\KL:���������I'ertntt me lo apprise  you of the fact that a number of Ihe residents  of 'Victoria, sympathizing with I he mnliiinde  of our suffering fellow creatures at Chicago.  have caused a subscription list to be opened  at the United States Consular, where sub-  scrip lions are now received, as also at Messrs.  Wells. Fargo* Co/s  The list was opened yestprdaV^itul already  $300 are subscribed.  'Should  you  deem  it  meet to give this matter publicity, with a  view of assisting the good work, please do so  I have the honor, &c,  David Eokstkix,  C. S. Consul.  divide, when the season being so far advanced  be. ortgi n ai agi ta tor in t h a t d i re c t i (������n j, w h i\ e and a b o u r, t wo feet o t, s n d w. h a v i n g. fa lien on  the divide it. was deemed prudent to return  wilh the animals, the first which  had ever  crossed the -range,'and all of which came back  uninium)-and in good condition... The  band  of cat tie in charge of Mr Elvvyh were a little  on this side.of  the divide and getting on all  rigli\\.   f'. Barties', wiih ft'bout 25 horse's. was  still  with, the party packing.   Barne's mule  Ira in, which went out. with the last, lot or  stores, hud  ;-cached^  their loads on Swamp  river and returned.   The weather had been  ve r v w e t a ml d i sa crVee ;i W'e e v er si nee th e e x -  pediiion   left  Barker vii le, which   rendered  travelling and culling the trail rather tedious.  On  the eastern slope  it  was sliihnild and  open.   Mr  Davis thinks that If a route for a  railway through Ihe Cariboo country is found  (rom Tele Jaime Cache it. will be farther north,  as the mountain range now crossed  appears  to fall elf considerably in that direction.   He  speaks in   the highest terms of Mr Ma hood's  abilities as a mountain explorer, and his indefatigable energy in overcoming obstacles and  (aitiifully carrying out the difficult task he has  undertaken.   Porlioris of the country crossed  looked favorable for gold being found, and a  few' colors had he������m got by  merely  washing  a shovelful from the surface, but the members  of tlie expeduhm had too much to attend to  otherwise u> be uble to do any prospecting.  Tub Wjutiier during the hist weeklies  been mild; the snow which bad well.High  disappeared has come again, and in aU probability will not leave us for tlie next six  months.. Ou Monday night there was a light  fall, and on Thursday night about six inches.  We have had no irost yet, but it looks a little  }ike it now.  RicU: PiT^The,fj;djd taken out of the Vic-  tor ia cl aim on Lo wh ee was, ex h i b i ted th is  week to;-a:large niimber ofi adniire'ra in Bu r.  k erv i I le; ��������� 11 .was a very rem ar kab 1 e sa m pi e,  consisting; nearly altogether of large rusty  nuggets. The; 113 qz.-got; last week wore  taken out of* about.two sets of timbers, and  the greater part was iu the gravel and not on  bedirdckiy^l^lOioz; piece of quartz and  gold; was fo rked ou t of; tlie.,dn tn p -b ox.w ith o n t  being perc ? i yed -i and was) pi ck ed u p in tho  headings.;''���������-���������For, the first hai f of. th is week 45  oi. have, been washed; but'yery little dirt has  bee n ta ke n o at J t he; cb an nel being 011 ed w i t li  a niass of great boulders > wliich renders work  very,difficult;;;_;_..   yyy'yr ���������  ��������� Stj PP06BD MU ItRER AT-FoRKS OP QuKSXBT..���������  ;I i) te I j i gei) ce was riecei ved 11 ere o n ^ V ed n esd ay  e von i ng that an India n worn a ti was su p posed'  to have; been murdered at the Forks of Qnes-  ne 1'. . A11 the in fo rm ati o ii that we ha ve o n the  subject so. far' is from a lei ter: received by  Oh i<jf' ��������� C o n a ta b I e ; Li ii dsa y) ��������� w h i c h. s t a tes that  1\ J i* W i 11 i am Bar ry h ad foil n d th e b o d y o f t he  'woman^n tliehonse where she had been 1 iv-X  ing, and ,had sen t;to,Cedar creek for Mr 11 are,'  the Coll ec tof. o f Licenses. Co ns I ab le Archer  was ii js p at c 1 i ed , to; the Fo��������� vks o n th u rsday  wi th i i is true t i p n s td/M r Ha re I rp ra tli e Stipe n-  diary Magistrate. at RichfieI d'. ���������'���������'���������'   r.  Tub>KiiiiTHLK*:fvRmsipx Poi.l;-���������We meti-:  fcionedsiivour^asttlnitaipeti^ was expected  lob6.; sen t fi:om'liarvey ;Ci'eek to his Honor  the^Lieutenan'fi-Goverh that .the poll-  in g; pi ace for.'the diyisi6b shouId be changed  Jriira; Keith ley "creukrWh'eiM,,':,l)iere is only- one  vptieri;>fo;:Jiarveyicreek^w^^ there a re six-  teeny, The j petUioni lias .since been brought-  0 ye r a pid li a 11 (led to the Re t ii i n t n g 0 ffi c er, M r  l>alI, for��������� Iransixiissiibu,:.i)111,it' di������l not arrive in  li m e fo r 1 ii s t in a i I, i W e ti o p e hi s 11 on o r w i 11  act in,accordance; wilh;Vtjie:request of the  peiitioners,;ah(i forward instructions at; once  to/the Hetiurning^i^ telegraph;, as a  coth'miinication;-'by mail c'ould not reach Carir :  b do in tima* to 'ibe 46 f: any se ry ice. ���������  ���������;-������������������.- ;���������'  Slkigu;RoAO-iiofeJ^QK:o.it{]r,i;nft Cukek.^t....  A ^memorial���������.��������� ftony ih e/miherson Jack of Clubs  creek. 'ha vi ng been, presented to the G old  Co mm issio n er. ;a sk ing. th at. ,a sleigh  road b e  ;made'irtong:lhe^ Mr Bail  wi th, ��������� com men d ab lei.proifi p t i 111 de has is������?ned'  notjct^s calliiigZfot;teriderstto.be received to-;.  diiy^for clearing.gradiiigiand bridging a road"  eiiitiV^'feet in' wi<lthH troth; the wagon road to  the;i-DtscovCryi cl^ihiiiHhe;: work  to be com*  pietetl in foiivteen day3.   This will be a great  boon[ito.-tiieoiyartitf?������������������'ivIioV-:uitiritid :working on  the creek .during ihe'-winter..���������'_,_  :.^&? T if;K Rat l jt.o a:o; Stork *&gf  (nearly opposi to t he ., Govern men t Assay  Ohice, Barkerville).���������This store has been  o pened ..by. M r C. A. No I temeier i n co n nee lion  with his stoi^e inr Vict(>ria,. with the largest  and' best assortment of boots and shoes ever  .brought to Cariboo. He has introduced a  novelty i n tb e forni o f \vnrin ,\V inter Ronu  for b o t h J a di es a n d ge n tleme n.. Lea th e r and  Shoe Findings and Groceries arc also kept  on hand. Boots made to order, from best  materials, for $15 per pair. Repairing neatly  done;. .,.; ;_; : ;���������      ;.;:,' .   t-     J   ' * -V  ' Bank op Bnrnsu Columiu.a.���������Mr Walter  Powell, who has conducted the Agency, of  the Bank of British Columbia at Barkervi 1 le  fo r t lie I as t j wo r years .lea yes fo i' .V i 6 f o ri a by  next express. During his resideuce here Mr :  Powell h as made Trien ds. o f, every one who  had the opportunity of making'his acquaintance, .and. has earned -the higlie^t :inspect ;  through his cour.feBy and business-talents.  He is s uc ce ed ed in: the A gen ey by Mr. Wi ll i am  Fraser. an old Canbooite, whom we, were glad  last week to welcome back to the. scene of  his former labors.   :  Tiik Ominp.ca Porji.���������Captain Travaillot;  started for Germansen creek on Tuesday  morning with instructions from (he Returning Officer of the Cariboo District.in. respect  to the polls to1 be held on 10th November,  The polling division at Forks of S keen a U  now said to be;west of the boundary of Cariboo District, and consequently within tho  Coast District, which is included with New  Westminster.  Laxk & Kurtz Company���������Mr Andersnn, th������  teamster who has the contract lor freighting  the machinery of the Lane <fc Kurtz co., is now  hauling it with a horse tenm from Lagle creek,  w he re i t was I e ft b y th e ox- wa g a n s. T h e fl rsS  load was brought in and hauled to the  meadows on Thursday, and the Company will  now be able in a lew days to start' the lore*  engine and pump's, when they anticipate littio  difficulty in sinking to bed rock.  FuKfGQTixo���������Pack trains and work oxen  died to winter  Mrir������rt jwlwtaj mflrwB������ ������l J������������ o c o ok - q���������������������!���������������'*��������� ^ ^^X, wiib������ eo! ittnpi.  ������������������������������������������ il.Hn 2.Jhouhuh^dot tbo miul una ^^S]5^;\l^runDin!rl,,tW(.,,, UMtptecrt  made recently.  Cor,, hxm. of the Lane & Kurlz Company,  arrived in Barkcuviile yesterday after a trip  to California.  Tuk MiNisTRY���������The formation of the new  Ministry wilt, it j* rumored, be intrust*d to  Mr McOrnghk  and Barkerville, arrived this week. W a may  look now for sleighing to commence shortly,  It is anticipated that a number of the animate  packing to Omiueoa will not be brought  down alive.  Bahnahu's Exras������* ^rrivt?d at i p.m. y������6*  U'S'day*  ',{  : ������������������>  li.  A y  ���������:.'  fy  /y  '���������' K  :- ���������������������������  y-  \-y  ���������?���������*���������:���������  yy  yy  ������-^---i���������UUIMli SSS^^S���������^^^*a553*c^;  A W  wN'-  ,-, ' : J~i.il?  mmm-  mm������yy  iHIi  y y4   . -  '  yM  Wi  , S.-4 y y  :mmy \  pill  |;-::Jjaii.S  l..,j.k'i -yy-\  -V*;   y" i  M;jL  i' 5  ;"t  yy;  yyy  ,,...M"  ym. .  itfyr  rar  ���������Wm.---  ��������� ifA  jy.vy  S$y  ' ������Wi:  iyy-n ���������  ifeii  y ���������' '.,:���������'  it  ���������-!; It-:  /  \  Th^Freiicir^have! S ItorytiiatM Waiter  S ottorice offered his youngest daughter her  ehoicebetween a dowry of 100,000"francg or  "iQiientiayDUr^ard.^ vShe.asked to read the  M S.^ took*- it surreptitiouslyM.0 ia publisher;  found thatbe would give her 120,000, francs;  and dutifully and meekly told berjather tbat  sheywoiiid rather have the M.S.? than the  "money. Sir/Walter was deeply; touehed by  this mark of filial devotion^ Tlie Paris journal  which tells^e';8tqry.Bays> that a French girl  would Lnevefrliave done such a thing as that.  'Hhe^woiildySimply;'have takenjthe; 100,000  f 'i aticsji an dr-sh e: would have; found; so ine way  to get possessipri pf 'the romance -alsof: "    '  Barbers X ishbiild; frequently A wash - their  hands.-A stranger whose aose bad been  grijir^edfor the eighth tim  fing^ra'pf:Ins itpnspriaf  eveniiig. blew the isoapfrm  suddenly;inquired, "Was tbe body identic  fie&M'M What body?;'  asked 'the startled  shaVeftntfWliatbody;?" ' repeated Hbestr^  ger in siifjfose^v^  ���������acoroner'sjury.?"^ ,.,;'.-���������'���������./<��������� 7y>; A:'. A  Inhere i������ a story of atuA.mericaittentered a  restaurahtf and^'by a few scraps of ^French  was'"able'to order dinner/y He wishedrsome  ^nu^hrJobms-^veiy'deUcibus andKlarge*,:, Not  knowing ilip name, be. demaiided a sheet; iff  j������aper and pencil apdysketched *.ohe.';The  waiter understood liim^itf.a second, disap-  . pear ed for ten mi n n tes. aji d returned with a  eplendiil umbrella! '*,.,_    .  /   ->  An' unreasonable an'disomewhat' mssan-  ihropic individiial remarks;that he has often  heard the proverb, ly A friend in need isa  friend indeed,'* but he says, he cannot see  where the laugh comes ini j; He has a friend  jn needi who^is ialways borrowing ��������� money of  1mm .*' ,    *    - '��������� ,     ','",, ''.  AVheh;ttie Iajmenled.&  i ted,his. wax works in-Utah, he relates that he  was accosted by 'atvenerable and vin%afish  Tirgimwho^inquired, ''Can7!;'I get ipp without  paying?7 ? "No; but ;you can pay .without  goingiJn.;,   >  ,'.;.,;.; ���������!"*������������������- -"������������������.;-": ---"  At- a church collection for missions the  preacher feel in gly said . ^ My good bre tli ren,  ,let ine caution those:of you wlip.put iu btit-  -1 o ns not to 'break off the eye. It spoils th em  .forusel. "'���������':   -i- ���������'���������'������������������    /: * :t_ ,- /[{" y, "���������  HOTELS, BESTAUMNTS/i &c.  y Oi::EESTAimA;HTy:;: x  a'-n-d; bakery.  THIS OLD AND WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT  ,1s always supplied:with- tbe best of .everything  that can he procured in Cariboo,. ; y/'/'/,  Board;'/-). $14 perfWeek,  Sing e .'Meals, X-y-y-XAX $1^  ym .:;^oik^bxirgii;:,&:' ;.G?o;  kerVii-I-e:, Richfield  yy.yy.^Ki>~yy- -Xyy ������������������������������������A--.:.  A SUPPLY 0FTHE  BEST QU4LITY %0F FRESH MEATS  ALWAYS ON HANP.  Ll.G H-t'N'l-NG   CiaEEK.  M1XEP.S AND TRADEKH. will find it to their Jul-  vunta ge to pu rcliu s o a Lt h I s Stor e, '.vh ere th a re is  A LABSE. ASSC1TIEIT OF GOODS  of tho vrry bt.������t doscrlplfHn on hand, and the glnck  couKtaully repienkhetl by new nrrivulsi.   The proprit''-  tor will sell Goods  AS CHEAP AS ANY. IH CARIBOO.  Orders promptly filled and forwarded wilh dispatch.*  ;     y J. W. LTKD.HARP.  A.&ILMOBE,  Merchant Tailor^  GOVEitNMENT STREET, VfCTORIA, V.I.  HAS ON HANP, AND TS CONSTANTLY receiving a  ��������� larKe assortment, of CLOTHS, CASS1MKUE9  and TESTINGS, which he is prepared to make to  order in Uie most approved styles.  .&%���������* Panics on William Treek can  have their  /measures Utlcen.by SirilcCallum, Barkerrille  &$- All orders iroin Cariboo pioniplly atieud������d to.  uiydlui  i',-;' ���������,.-,;: ���������.     "X-y /i r The Celebrated-i. >>Vl t'^ l;.>T     i '!��������� '-  iyFRiEiH "GROUND    COF^  A,superior article;to any \vhich can he had from he-  low, Roasted a nil Ground, on the premises i'rmn the  host selected bcrzies, and ..warfahted i'roe from adul^  ,tcration.; y .. '������������������ - ���������..���������'" :. ' '.  ���������; jel7 .      .' ��������� J. G.> GOODSON .  BEG; TO ANNOTJNGE THAT THL Y HA YiE ^REMOVED  . i to the'spacious premises formerly know ii; as the  St.i\��������� George: Saloon;- where itliey; vvill: be at.all tim.es  prepared to furnish'       V. \       ,;  V  BOARD    AND    MEALS  V OF   THE  BEST  QUALITY.  ' Tlie  BAR      ftirnishetl with thtf finc3t-\VINE3 {  L1QUOES and CIGARS:    ������������������'-������������������    y /; /-   '"'���������      -;  Boards -; $1^, per Week:  ; ^M^^Lp^ug;;-;^'^  =. ' ,3CJ 1  A S   2 8ZBOW CHUEPH;^AitD,,LONDON.  . ; Y1GTORIA, BiG; l  ";"���������oinM^sOT  < j&r. Gpodj?bpughtlnay^ropean.Maj^e   to order^audcim^gi^rits-,bf ^odsitbt^  British'Columbia soldiu .LondoD.^;'^  ;.y''.yy-- ��������� a-:'Z, ...;; y y   y 'EEFE'RB'NO E-S "'iN /,   ���������    '/ '* * ���������*���������*   }-���������/ ���������/-*���������'.  :    LONDON^ohdon and Westminster^ i  \   '''  / Messrs. Copestake, Moore & Co., 5 Bow UhurchfYard;;   ;     y*    >���������  i5 VICTORIA-^Biuik ofiBritish/North America.y .������>;������������������     ''.,:��������� a'ynA'>'���������.,'<ymf&$W  'EXPRESSES, "BjJEAMERS, &cy  Ho! for Cariboo and  MiiaiiiMS  MAKE THE .BEST-;TIMEl.:i;i'yii';y:y Ay/  yyt>^  y'y:2:2A :ijSE^THE'PS^  HAi7E,THlM0ST^  ';'. "CARRY THE MGST^ PASSENGERS I   ;  ���������;���������;    DO THE LARGEST BUSINESS!;  ���������  And- guarantee to cpnrieefc with^ the Steamers  , -...     ��������� h/..1   .:    at each end. ���������      <r   ��������� v  o 11 e e  Leave Barkerville ion Monday  at Six a.m./reach Yale Thursday; y.  ait: Sixypim.^Wtid' iar i'i ve; at 'Vie-' ;���������f"  toriai on Saturday at i.Fpur p.ni.r; -.*,;  :H.M.->B  ^REMEMBER   THIS ! ^^  y travellers  byi the  EAST ilNE / SAYE  FR()Mi:.TffiELYEiTC):iT  by not loitering,, as other ;lines do,, on'tliis  road. ���������   '      '   ' ���������>���������.: ��������� ,;        "'~y X  je!7   "     ;    y F.X;BAiRNAliD.:  Grerbw;&! Jolinspii's Stages  .mHE UNDERSIGNED BKGS TO INFORM^HIS  X friends and thepublic jt ha the uasfi tted upspiio  COMFORTABLE    BED -ROOIVIS  u biS'riew building,- where be is prepared to give  jvood Beds at a ��������� reas on a b i e' price. T h ose wb o wil 1  j&yat hi m wi th th eir pa tco n age; m a y depend onthe  cl eahiiess an d coin for t of h i s libu se.. y  Ho tiikesalsotliis oppori.iinity to remind the Cari-  -booltes tliat-his Brewery has received the FIRST  PRIZE o f t li e Co lo n y fo r: h i sc elc bra tod:    ' y;  y%AAy:-2xkx^yALEyyy yA-'i  And th e tr u e am at eu r s w i 1 ] bie a b 1 e t o j u d ge b y th em  selves that such 'lio-norable.prize; has been justly  awarded to biiiV,      ...  '-��������� N; B.��������� Alarjcefrontroehi to let. ,  BarkervillivJani .28, 186Q..       ��������� '    N. CUNIO  J. J.   ROBERTSON     ,  t>EGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HAS OPENED A  AT STANLEY, - - LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Table will always, bo supplied with tbe best  articles tbat.cau.be got in Can boo, and tho Bar with  the ;  Finest Wines,  Liquors  and Cigars.  Stanley (Mouth Last Chance Creek,))  April 20? 1871. J        ���������  ap2C  &  WILL 1 .TEATS JSA'RKKRyiLLE EVERY WEEK,  : connecting wi th  the Steamers  at' Qucsnel  mouth and. Yale, with H.M; MAIL, EXPRESS and  PasscDgerS;.;;.;^ yl; . ��������� y.X .���������:���������.. ������������������.���������: ,������������������}'���������: y-'.������ ���������:���������> X-rXy*,  FQR TfALiE & INTERMEDIATE' -PLACES,  g erow -^"^a^i^i^/o"^^-";!>:-i-  Express, and Stage Line  ;;���������' ;''.'.-; y '��������� caheies1 "."'    :-;'���������"', //{���������  LETTERS, TREASURE, VALUABLES, ;   ; i   :  ..   EXPRESS. FREIGHT A.J>'D PASSENGERS  " AT  .REDUCED   RAT E;S..,.',;,  JJST Collections, Commissions and Gencra'V Express  ���������business done.with.punctuality and dispatch.- ;  jfctf" Office ol the Cariboo Agency nt  MR DATIJD KURTZ^S STOKE,  np29 Barkerville.  0  Steamer Victoria.' ''  N AND AFTER THE 18th MAY, THE STEAMER  Victoria will  LEAVE SODA CREEK  EVERY THURSDAY  MORNING,  Connecting next dny with the Steamer ENTERPRISE  at Cottonwood Canyon.  WILL LEAVE QUESNEL  On tlie down trip evfry  TUESDAY    MORNING;  Freight from Soda Creek to Upper Canyon.., .%J4 cts.  "      '������    Qtiesne'l u "      J^cls.-  Fare from Soda Creek to Upper Canyon..... 7. $10  Fare irom Qucsncl to *'      , **���������     ,.    6  Fare (rom Soda Creek to Quc'snel '.'.........   0  Qucsnel, May 12, 1871. my20  Machine for*iFamily user because It  tb'ieiy orrV gets out'bf ptdtiiy If there  Is one not, working well .Iri,  GALIFORMIA, :     ; y  OREGON;  ZZ:X ivy'ASHiNGTOHifERRITORY.  .NEVADA,     '  . IDAHO,   yy...y  2'yA-hLmkl:yyAX-AAX/yi:A A.'1'  BRITISH COLUMBIA;  MEJCiQO,,������������������'���������. : ���������'.'���������'-:  m :-H'--JAPA-Nt;-. .' ,.1: '.'���������/; y VrzJ'.-  I Or CH INAiJif Informed of It, ������ yvil I  'tii It without any expense to the  ��������� owner*;  H0i 19 Montgomeiy Street, South,  CRAH0 HOTEL BUILDING,  y     gAK j^RANCISCO, Pal/;  Send for Circulars and samples of  the wort Active Agents wanted In  ������very place.;  R. BE A VEN, Asent.  elOGm Victoria. B.0.  LEA & PERKINS'  Celebrated  WORCE ST ERS HI R E    SAUC������  DeclarcdbyCobnoisseurs-to he  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  Store Street (between Herald and Fisgard)  VICTORIA, B.C.  ANDREW ASTRICO, -'--.--   PROPRIETOR.  The most corn mod ions and clean Hotel in Victoria.  Tt is conducted ou tlie European principle. The table  is supplied with tlie very bfst the market Affords.  Uoiils at all hours,.of tho day. Private Dining  Rooms (or Families.  Board and Lodging per week, $5 50 and $6 50.  Per day,  $1.   Snitflo meals, 37^ cents.   Beds, 60c.  j$#** Fire proof Sale in tlio HounO. my6 6in  VICTORIA,  B.C.,  MANUFACTURE STEAM ENGINES 'AND BOILERS,  cither High or Low Pressure,  Grist, Quartz and Saw Mills, and in f;ict any tli ing  connected with thr* M������chilio bnsinpgs. Iron and  Brass Castings oi all descriptions. On hand and for  sale, a large assortment of Slieet, Bnrnnd other Iron,  Boih-r Boil?, .Tack Screw**, Brass Cocks, Globe Valves  Cemetery Railings of dilirrent Patterns, Car. Wheels  with Iron an d Steel A xlcs, S ten m Pip a Fit i i ngs, kc.   "  All orders promptly attended to.   Terms-Craft,'al  our Works in Victoria.  my 13 6m SPKAT'f k IRvIN'G, I'roprictorfl.  . Caution against Fraud.���������The successor this  most delicious and unrivalled Contlintent having  caused certain dealers to apply tho mime nf '*\Yarce������-  ter.sbiro Sauce" to their own inferior com pounds, tli')  public is hereby informed tliatlbt only way to pro-  ure the genuine, is to  ASK  FOR  LEA &  PERKINS*   SAUCE,  mdtosco tiiat their names are upon the wkaitkk  I.ABKI.S, STOl'l'KIt, aild'jltlTTI K.  -: Some of the foreign marKets having been supplied  with a spurious Worcestcrshin Sauct'.upon tho wrapper and labels ol which the names of Lea and Perrins  have been forged, h, and P. give notice I ha ttliey  li a ve T u r n i s h e (I fe he i r cor res po n den f s vv i t h |>ower of  attorney to take.instant proceedings against wanc*  FACTUKKKsand vk.vdobs ol such, orany otherimiu--  Lions by which thcirrighl may he infringed,  Ask for LEA & PEERING Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.  Wholesale and for export by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Black well/London, &c.,&c,; and  by Grocers and Oilmen universally.  SYLVESTER'S EXPRESS FOR OMltfECA willLbrra-  O after leave QUKSNELMOUTH ou or about tlie 1st  and 15th of each month, making regular trips WW  a month. .    "  'm~ A genoral ExprcgB business conrfuctej.  ^fH  \m


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