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 mm  I  m  vol. 11:  Barkerville,' "vVTiniam- Ci-eek, B.G;rSaturday, -'Sett'. ' 16i 1871. ��������� ";'���������:'  *t&39"0---  Published every Saturday by.    ^  U A R B R T     II 0 L L 0, W,A'. Y.������  ��������������������������� ;*   '��������� ?     A     >���������''���������       ������������������������??'''* -    ������������������    V''     ;"���������     V'  ,..y-r|   .*{, s������: ���������������������������, ..,,-^���������' ���������*.-,,. ������ **?J! ..���������'$ j-   f  .Sttbsorljyti6h������ v2  - "'SO'Cents per Week.'  RATE? OF ADVERTIPINO;"'  Horono squire (one inch), first insert ion,   .   $3  V'*.' ,*'jr/*V7' ���������;'���������;.v''i-q',..--.ono;raonth;v-.'';-"   5':  or two sq ������ arcs,' firs t j riser tion-"* ���������  * "*".''" "���������   6 ���������  : ���������**.      one month, ��������� ������������������,���������"��������� -���������"'  For  S -  A.������ ants for *tiie V Cariboo SentirieLVt  T*nWink!v;���������':.:���������., . "-v :i  ^tijsiii'liuouthi-, v-  ,. .  ^;>-l������&Mkff:i-'XX;^l.  ^Chatooii, ������ ' . '������������������' ���������';.''.";  Vxte?4-. -'.--'���������-��������� -  ?M'\V; Westminster, ,.-  Vict.nria, ,,.,, ..., ���������..-,;���������  aj-iUit Oj,,( i       ��������� ,  Mr J. W. Lin<1 hart  >X*:vf- -Burii'ard'F RspresP  ;*='.���������:;? . ffiirna'rd' h -Express  ;'-,;     Barnard's Express  .; -V.l.do^.. -,\i i/do:������ :  ."..';.;������������������'      John ilurny  ..,���������     . ���������, ,::.;^.l(ohn ColVns  vl   . -.-; ��������� San^rancisco  .;.���������''��������� ' ;^-hj'a!n.-'-&;.'G-0.vV- --^  PACIFIC C(\aST ADVERTISING AGENCY,  ; X ; ;< >410-Monlofom^ry sirc^t. ���������"(  Arp our authorized Aswnfs in San Francisco;  Tim CAUIDOO 'SENT"IXEIJ? ���������  C ar <1 s. C i re u 1 a rs. P������ s t ������r s a n <1 TJ ro srr a m m es fo r  '���������   IViilsahd-TheaMcal li^terUinmehfs . v  jjfifl*"3k ec u ted w i th ii ea tn es? a ii d disp a tcb 'Jgaf.  ,. ? -:. *   ,   ���������   T&nhs,moderate. " ���������   i:,.     ,. :  f Leg i sial u re at its ' next Bessio h will cl ei 1 a re  abortion to be iuurcfer in the first degree anil  pti nlahahie;wit li death. .:.'.,  Jifilwaukee.Qth.-^The trot between Gotd-  jSmith Maid and Lucy at Coldsprings; to-day  1 wiis one of':tlie most.eitraovdinary.in r'acinp  annals,; the; Maid making the best heat and  th;e best three heats,on. record.   The second  heat was trotted in 2.17, beating Dextvr's  t line by 4 ot a second. 'aTirare, of (lie ?t,hree  hektu  2.20J,'"Shf and 2l20:y "The"' JiidTgesf  watches djsagreed on the secpnd heat, one;  niali Ing it ������Ift, one 2.16i arid one 2.17,.   Ifc  jwasfinally.decided to announce the slowest.  . 'Chicago, Gth-^-Horace Greely arrived here  toTday ;onhis way to .Wisconsin and  Iowa,  where he wil j deli ver n dd resses.   1 le is re-  ported as saying that while Grant made ae  ,{rood a Presiden t as he ex pec ted, he is u n *  livaUablefiVrirenoinination o.nd snre to  he  beaten ;,that Colfax is much stronger, and he  believes that Grant could not 'get more than  one Southern State.  ���������';���������'K������tw^orkv6 building of the  Globe'������������������ wb'oifeiv mills in this ciiy wim destroyed  b y fi re. th is ev e n l n <r; loss S 25,0 0 0. Se ve ra I  firemen wereahjured.  ^.' ,'..... '..;,:'.EUROPEAN.  London.,Clh���������A large -meeting was held in  Glasgow to-night to support ihe strikes \n  Ne wciisi 1 e, rand * resoI u tio ns%- we ro   adopted  :;^TOr^SES,;ST  ^���������STAGES  'T  SFSCIALTO THE GARIBOP, SENTINEL  ,;..:'CLINTON. ;  V : Clinton;:.9th���������The funeral of the late'Joseph  Tt, Rmit h took p.lace vesterday a t *2 p,m. The  p a 11 b ea r e rs: we re C F. Cor n w a) y E^q,,, F. W.  "Foster, James Oo^er,- R.. .Carson, Lorenzo  "Litem, Fred. Sones, James'-Newland, and  -John Sanh��������� j--The fu.newel-'service was, read by  Rev. J. B.'Gooci; of LytUm. Over 120 friends  from all parts of the district followed the regains to their last resting place.-  t, X^i);; f I'- 'VIGTORIAH^ *VK^JU  Victoria, 8th��������� The steamer; Prince Alfred  nrrived yesterthvy,' and wi 11IsalI on.:'Saturday  ���������next.    Bishop and Mrs Hills were passengers.,  jCanftdiaiiiexchanQ^is'Csay; there. ;;ls;. ;a;iiror  :b :\t > i 1 it y nf IIo n. M r La njre.vi n bei n g; }i nigifted.  M r G ri (fi n ���������: Bmm iwon 'Postal Insp bctd t^wi1 i  ���������������������������sail for Canada on Saturday.  James Strachan, jp;,' late of: this city, died;  on a Panama s t earn er rece.n tly .;��������� He ' iv*st������ .&  son of Jaraes^cachanflong aresidemt of this  city.   ��������� ���������  -r. ���������.-���������,  .       '/"  There are 108 subscribers to the Lansrevin  dinner, and the*cry is' ^''slitf'Oiiey come."  The Natha n JiiVeilil*e������Ti^onpe left Porti^nd;  yest ei d ay to perfo rm at*Vi c toria. * -���������:.: *���������.: ;..*������.  M r' G. V i g n o I o, To r m c r I y. ft^.lead uj % .j$ er -  chant dt.thJs.cHy^died near Genoa, Italy, re-  'Cently.''     "      '     * .   "    "������������������  X: -������������������-��������� -:- ������������������>���������������������������.-.   :';������: -v--;Vjri   .  -; f     y ���������: ��������� ^JNIT?ED; STATES-i ft '   ^ y;L%*..  vNi*w York, ;'Sept.:,'6���������The 'Unfoa "Pacific  stockho 1 ders held a tneeting' in}Boston.46;  day at;.which, new arrangemenis wi th,re&ard  to the Pacific mail company came up.Tor  formal ratlficUion. '^'- f_^:'.^i  V^ash | n'it th\\\'(������i h .*��������� T fa e Presi dent li as ap-  p o L f ted John C.billm a n, of \Vnsh i ng ton Territory.'Registrar at the Lan3' Oh%b at Vancouver,       x x\'\.-.., ;.��������� v:*;;.';  ax  New York, 6th- -Judge Eednard, in the  Court, of General Sessions, charged the Jury  I n th ei&trojig pb t. terms' tartake steps .to pu t a  a stop to life1 increasing,,crime of procuring  of abortions, aud eipresbed ������ hope that Uj������  5lAKE;THK:-BEST''^ffi^  :X ;, ��������� .-k.; -tjsk \tH;Br:BBST CO ACHES t'; ���������-;-,'-  ���������nA7Ejn'B.M0STCOMPETENT DRIVERS  CARRY THE MOST PASSENGERS!  DO THE LARGEST..BUSINESS!"  And guarantee to connect with the Steamers  at each end.    ��������� ���������  USCELLANEOUS,,,, i,..v.  JUST [RECEIVED.;  Uf  ;' ;> ���������:: ��������� ���������. A targe supply of  L(|pvp Bnrkervilie on Monday  ni "Six a.m., reach Yah* Thursday  ���������;-   at Six p.m.. aud airire at Vic-'  town ou Saturday at Four p.m.,  FOUE.DAYS AHEAD  1 H.M.;. MAILS!  pssr REMEMBER    THIS ! ^S2f  ,T.ravclhT.s   by   the. FAST. LINE   SAVE  FROM TWELVE TO TWENTY DOLLARS  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S  3  ';^0^'N.ew' Goods v/ill be received ev������ry  week during tbe seaBon.  ***'���������  BOOTS, SHOES,"  'Clothing and Groceries,  OF THE BEST QUALITY.  Forsato nt tho Store of the utHlcr*tpne<; tn Barker  villc.opuosUttho Biiiii; oi UiitisL Columbia.  W, HGKNX8.  demanding; the reduction of a.day's, work to '*���������' ^ loitering, aa-other, linesdo, on this  uin^ho^s.;;''-?;?:   ' .     * ^g ; ;;      - BARNARD. ���������  The Ticheborne claimant-creates excite-  ���������nfeht'^w h erey er he zoes. ; A i: U ver p oo I h is  rooms were���������'continually surrounded by 1 arize  .c rOw els." a nd yvh en he a ppe a re d a 11 he w in d d w  great cheers were set up,.. Jvlana^ers, of the-  atrea invite him to accept boxes. His face in  ,fat and roundi and he is in continual-good;  humor. No restraint -is placed .upon his  movements, though detectives follow him like  shadows,   .. ?.  'The remains of -'Renforth reached Gateshead, to-day.'-Thousands followed thecoSin;  to the house.; -, \Xi,      './���������.'.  ' ?X.'.  SaIisbii rgh. .6th ���������Tb e Emperor ^i 1.1 iam.an d  B ism ark- a r rived toi-n i g h t -; a t'ui were 'received  by .the E ir. perlif of '* A ii sf ri a w i tl i: ��������� a '��������� b r i i 1 i a n t  suHe. The sovereigns - tal ked together -fif tee n  minu tea. A; grand banqu e t wi 11 be held to -  night,.at which b.othsov.eveigus and statesmen  o f h o th em pi res wi il ��������� be p resen t..'. .  ��������� ���������'r^T���������-^"������������������'-'��������� !r?T.'."':.:.i^;.'''*"'^","-w,A.i.:.������.!,.,.'.i.jy;-'1"- ������������������- *-.  L;iG.HTNING   CREEK;  MINERS AND TRADERS Will find it to Iboir Jul-  Yuiititgie to purchaser 11Iv i.^ 5> toi e, wh eW th vre'te  mm&: m^^mm mm  O t' tli ni very Vest *1cscrl ptiu������ on'. h a nil, aii rl the PI erB  onstau'tlyreplehtsbcti by new ir rival s.'. The prop ii ���������  -. tors.wirlsellGoods. *    .u-  AS CHEAP,; AS. ANT W-:' QABIBOO.  i        i . . ��������� *  ;'������������������"..*.';--���������: *    % * * *" -       ���������.     '   ��������� ��������� .  OrdeCEpromptlyJWled ^att for wardet* wi tli tl ifpatcli  *      \ ';* " '   ''J. W; LIOTIIAPvD.  Qzevow&z: Johnson's Stages  YVIU, IEA-VK' BARKERVtrj.R EVERY WfCKM,  M"    coiin.-ciing wiLli   Ltiu   Sinners  ������t  Qu-.^iici  luuutlr ������n.l:y4o, vvilti ll.il.. MAIL, KXl'UL^ a.iiU  1/aSScugvlS   .."���������'  ��������� . ���������; ���������  FOll YALE & INTEaMEDIATE PLACES.  NGEROVV   $   JOHNSON'S  Express and Stage .Line  : -;��������� ���������     " "' .-     -gjj(bxiss" ' ���������  LEXERS, THEASURE, VALUABLES,. . ,       ���������  EXPRESS i'-RliIGlit AND PASSENGERS  ; ������������������ ."j^T i.vU'JB D U O E D    1^ A,T,.E.S. v :  ASf* Collection?, Commissions nml Gcnoral Express  .b-u?inej:S ������ob������ witLLpunctuitit-y ajul.tiispalch.  .>j^- Utnce'oi the UinUuo..A^ncy;;.at',   .  "- iiit'QAViu K.'uiiri*s stoke; ;  .?i.p29 '   .v:,''/ ���������  :,-':.������������������:*   .' ��������� .--Barkiirviilo.''  ' .���������' 'Steamer 'Tictoria.'.1;;;';  A^7 AND AFTER THE JJth SIAV,' TEE SI fiAKER  \J   Victoria.will ;," '     ���������        :.' [���������*���������:'��������� . .-;���������  -; ;,v --.J : iLEAArE: SODA CREEK.- -.      ���������'" -  EVERY THUR.SDAY'^IQR  Cuunicting next (lay with the Stwiiiie'r ENTKRPR1SLI  - ai-0Kjturnwuuil CI.Diyon."     .;   '.'  .���������������������������; ,: WJIiL;LEAVE QUESNEL ���������;  ��������� .Oa the clow'u 'trip i'^-tf     TUtlSDAY   MOarsilMG.      '  Freight fi\na Sotla Giu-ek to Upper C, in yon......2& cts  * ���������   .   4 ���������    Q u & a U.v.   '    * *   ".     v      '-I >a Cti,  Fiir,v from Soi.a tJivcJc-to Upper Canyon........i._.y $10  j<'������.tr*i: U*uui <2uBtfMtfl'ti������ '���������'���������.'   **'"'    ' -,;l* -: ��������� '������������������'��������������� *:*'���������"��������������� ' ?  F.irj iruijj b������Kt!t���������Cr^ok to Qu^at*l     a  . liuoMt.i, jinyiii^iSTi..    ;..._ '���������;, <;,;:,i ��������� tfijrso  tLf������u ji<" v/.r5W  :Fol^:.Saie;:'  ;0iniiieca ^Expfess.1  SYLTESTER'S EXPRESS FOR OJHXECA will hfn-  jtficr lejivu QUESNKLilOO't'H ou t������r aboui, ma 1-t  aud 16tU of each..mouth,.makrug regular tripi tvv-icu  a month. .. ,  ^��������� A gaasral S3prcss-b.u3.inest?, conducted;  fc������d -iiWUS SVL7������S*EEBr  hi  "wr*  .'l'HAT'.I* USEFUL!  ,;At laow Prices,,-  '.v . ���������AT���������    ���������'������������������'. ';  .."..' THOS.   FLETrCH.E^SJ'  S a coud-iand' St orr#,  ���������-'���������' ��������� if;"  BAUKEKVILLB. jell  BOOTS MADS TO GHEES  je!7  as usual  A....."P.EN'DO"LA>.;  BARKERVILLE,  P0EMISSIC^.,STaiiMK  (3-roceriesy. *Provi^ons;^,nd  ." ���������; jmj^sXxaax ;;;"'  ;     D E P O T-    F 0 B-v; ���������  ���������IM  ;   -X;    _.   ; asd;;,..i;-': ;' .-'���������'.;'���������;,-,- ;���������;  .. V;; Genemr^ ^ ;.;";  apl fill''' ,!, ���������' -   \������y*;r ���������'' 'Barkerville. r  Bankruptcy Notice.- .  -i^niKREASapetitionforanadjutlicaiion of Bank-;  \ V    viipt'cy wns on the 21st "My of Juno, 1871,- flletl  in lier M*x' JV'ri P'P3J'-v ��������� Court-wf .-13rilisli C<j1 ttmhi*������������������  by Mahvi.s V. 'ELiiuni:, under which the Baid.Mnrvm  .H������������������ KhiHiTu;li'ii������ Ik:i n itiijtitled liAtiknipt.   NVtice I*\  li.eivby Kivon-tliui M;.rvin i'J. Elmore is. hereby ra- *  quired to fcurr'emioV'tu Lheahove uuined Ceurt at tho  thv.i meeting fir: ctrAiltitA to' be iield hclorejbo s;ij<l  Uvfiii-t uu'tliu 2Bih day of Jun-\ insbuu, at 11 o'clock "  in trio it-ivijiiuij pr.-ciycly, uirilichfie-ld, and ateo io cho; ;  Oimrt on Hjo ' 21 si- day * of: Su ptember itfxt ens.uius,  a I ���������Que?������r,!:itoutJ������,,.vhi ii :vrel wiwre tUcssitu Bank rapt.  is jvr[uir<!iJ to surrender to pass ii"is at'cyncl.csumin-  ation. v    . :-..;..-,.    ,      *'. ���������: ���������       -..J?  Ai the first meelihgof creditors the Registrar will  receive thepruofol the debts or the credit--rs, oud'.t'li^y  ci-odiioro la-y clum-se us A^igneoor Assiguees.of tho,.,  B. ri k ru pi's iia ta'ie n h d e II'. ��������� ci p.  -At Hie fseco n 1 e i tt i ng  [UvhmS ol'debts of c^iK-r^vi'l aj^i.bc r.-oeive-l-and ;  tiLu J3.uiivTUiJL will ho reQuired to submit to be exam...  iiwd ������ftuU)tu:ikonfuil obclo^ure MiidMliscovery of *  allhis estate and. eD^cts,, and to liuish his cxan.in.  at j on.'  ��������� %.'  ' ..���������-."!  v:-;  ;    I:  <   '  ^i  x  $vw notice to Josx G. BArxsio.^ Solicuor, of Hich-  tt;W*-   .     ...^ -?;S "   JAM^S LINP'SAV,  .   RegifArurano' OfiiejaJ Afc������i;jpe&.  . kic^Jleld, Jane 30tb, 1371. #���������* "^  i iBBa^wiftgwiiieagaaBBaga^^ lift'."*  THr^^lRIBOCySENTIITO  .rasaw-  SATURDAY. SEPT. 16, 1871.  THE ELECTIONS.  ���������  The question is asked eweTy,day-by numerj-  nua parties, when will.tbe flections be - held !  Ko official  Intimation; has, however, been  ���������given o'Qrtbe subject, tot we presume that  the writs would be issued immediately after  the deliveayof the revised list of voters* by  the  Registrars  to  the Returning  Officers.  'This by law was required to be done by 14th  ^September; so that it is possible' that the wnt  :fo r Cariboo*;may have been issued yesterday  or the "day before, and be now on the way;  bat even supposing such to be .the case, it  rwill be very late before the polls can be held  '!n this district^ skoujd there be any contest.  ;In the first-- place, the Returning Onlcer^ust  tgive at least eight days' notice of the day for  *nominaiion, and also of'the day on which the  "poll wHlbeheld^ which roust be on the same  -day in each polling division of the. district; j  -and'n>Xt,;if a ppljkis denfanqed, he tntiyt ap ���������  -point^Kpufy- Reitiniing dfflcers and Poll  ��������� Cierks, w i tb��������� instructioris;*to<fcake tbe : ppW on  tbe day memibhed; and, as a; natural cbnse-  -ouencep: each lm ust 'be" furnished with; 'the  aamcs 6f tho candidates���������though, strarige to  :s������y, no'm;ention is made of this Tact in that  ������������������v-v -y"r ;-���������.'.-���������'���������������������������- ��������� .'������������������ ^ -r--. *������������������:���������;'��������� --^v.v ---, *��������� ' ^ ���������-���������������������������������-��������� only.on an average about two .days in the  Tthe. astoXegis ative Council, the ���������.*���������:Elections. ��������� ���������_������������������ iV-'-^'i-���������'������������������'';.'jV--">.'>��������� v'::���������<���������* ������-'-.-:    r^fts������������������ -"���������-' .  THE BARKERVILLE POST OFFICE.  -.Now tk.at the: control of postal affairs is  vested in-thff Federal Government of Canada  we bad ���������expected' tba-t some definite; arrangements would baVe-been made ere fes as to  the futura.management; of the office; at Bar-  kepyijleS Tbe importance'of this office and  ���������the"amount of business transacted in it is such  as to rehire* the service* of a postmaster who  can give his attention to it at all times, especially "as under the reduced rates a great  stitnnlus1 will he given to .correspondence*  while.neit year we may anticipate more frequent mail communications. ������������������"."  ���������xt For. .the last two or three years we have  bad no postmaster'provided for.and tjbe gentle*  man performing the duties has figured on the  Colonial Estimates merely las a constable.  - al th ough pre vi o nsly he was designated 'as  postmaster. We fo&ieve that'when the-change  was mpde it was understood that he should  not be required to attend to any duties outside of the office except in cases of emergency,  or at least that the position, of constable  should be-go far.subservient to tbat of post*  maste r that th e p ublie sh ou Id su tfer no i rie do-  venience. However, strange to say, any  cases ot emergency have usually occurred at  the very time when the post office should be  open for: theitfe lively;and; receipt of mail  matt er.   Every jbne: here k no ws. that there are  NEVT ADVERTISEMENTS.  K GEORGE BYRNES, SherirVef thft'District,  holds my Power of-'Attorney; All parsons la*  debted to .mo are requested to make immediate pay���������  meet to him to gave further trouble.'���������;������������������ ������������������:  DAVID H^BCrSTSKY.   1  sBarkerrilltt, Aognni 26, 1871. se3 am  iRegn 1 ation;'Adt"-^an :"act containijpg;n o 1 ess  >4han 116 sections,an(Vfor i n tricacy an d " red  "Up*,; exceeding by;far tlie "infamous Regis-<  trafcion Act.  "'';;;. '��������� - ;*. ���������v  ���������, :���������' ��������� -. -' .'  Fro m :* th e nbo ve it ������*! fl be seen . th a t as  rthere arepMHtig divisions' of "this district at  ���������(^^rmansen creek and; Forks of S keen a, it; wil I  tak e. co nsiderab le \ti me for th e p roper n otices  'to. lie, sent to those distun t places, so tbat even  l h e w r i ts s hoi 11 d arri ve be re .n ex t week the  -���������j*  week when .���������there "is much doing in the post  offico, b ul oiv those very day s6 so me perverse  Siwash would take;;i nto b,is head to get drunk  and raise a disturbance, or there would;be. a  Coroner/slnquest^b be held and a Jury sum-  moned, as, Jiappenod two weeks ago, when  the public had to; wait half a day for their  letters because a miserable heathen Chinee  took too heavyr a dose ,of opium. Now under  the n e iy r egim e, "w e ' do n o t see ���������, how,- su ch a  s tate o f tlii ii gs en h con tin u e. Th e p pst.mas-  ters for the fntnre; wil 1 of course"; be Federal  officer i and /draw t h ei r p ay f rb m th e Bo mi n -  ion, b .ii t th e -co n stab lea are m erel y p roV i n.c i a]  officers, and the two j urisdictions are n nder  the preseot systern i iabje at any iime to c 1 ash.  No man, cap faithfully serve two mastery and  in such a contingepoy to whoca is obedience  to be paid? '        X:.'.'!':''  While on this subject we would suggest  tb e p ro p rie ty 6 f ea tab I ish i n g 'br an Ch post  offices on some of the outlying creeks,.such  as Keithley, Harvey. Antler, Grouse, Lowhee.  where there are a number of miners <who now  suffer serious inconvenience from the want of  postal accommodation. The expense of transport, would not be much; and the storekeepers bu the diffebenif creeks would, we have  little doubt, be glad "to attend to the duties  on very moderate terms.���������-'���������'../  .������������������.������������������for: SALE,.;";-/;"  The Best HjrdraTili^ Claim  *VTOW WORKING In British Columbia, the property.  11, of Sh������rp, Draper und Emorson, Bi luated on Cxi������-  nyngham Creeks and having a large extent 'of "atir  mining ground. ..Thereare three large Ditches upon  the ground, affording an ample and never-failing BUp*  ply of water.  For tirmt and particulars apply to Ihe owneri, on  theChim, or to ' , ���������  ; JAMES4WICKHA5f,;  sc9 lm ���������'������������������,-"'   Barltttrvillai,  A Card of Thaiiks. r  AM AUTHORIZED BY THE RIGHT RET. f&ISHOP  ' D'Herb-'MKZ to roturn his, most sincore thRnka  to, the inhabitants ofCarihoo who so kinilly an?! generously responded to the appeal made to; them oa  behalf ofthe Orphan OirPs School of St. Mary's Mia-  sioni-; -.;������������������ ���������:;.", -y"'; ...������������������ . ; v.; ; .'. ���������.... v'... .yX:XX..!  His Tiorilsbip also wishes to avail himself of thlM  opportunity to 'ex'preps hi������ moj<t grateful_acknowle(ijr-  rrients to Mrs Lau.ikr, Mrs yio.voLo,: ah������i 'StrJAVUS-..  Wickhaj������4 who so wi 11 ingly a n���������! eh ar!"ta.bl^n cted , i)i  GoB*MSt4ir8 on the occasion, and who have hcen nnr?-  m tting in thoir eU'leayors to aid .in every posuible  way tue above charitable object;  ���������X  -���������-;:'���������'..  ;.-':.-   J.- M   McGUCKIN,';O.M..I.  Sfek Joseph's. Mission, Williains Lake, )  27th August, 1871:  ������o8 li  n b m i n atio n could not be he Id. 1 n ti ra e to -ge h d  tit e resuj t by; Ihe Omi neca expressman op. 1st  -October, and utiljejia''he were induced to wait  -or a special messenger "were: sinit i t would be  ::iiie :mi*ddie "of 0  eftuld be sent to Germarisen creek, where Mr  0'Reil \y has been appointed to act'as Retnrn ���������  in j?'Gflfcer, and he .weiil'd then have ;to -send  u ileputy to Forks of &keena, so th at i fc is  plain it would be pretty 'late in tbe season  before the polls could be held, probably some  time in November, while until the Omineca  ���������returns were received bere the final result  could not \ye known.   In connection with  this, we do not exactly understand how two  l^eturning ^ftleeFS can exercise concurrent  jurisdiction in^^ one district. The Act provides  only for the appointment of one. te whom  tbe writ of election ia to be directed, and who  after the election is required to make a return  of -the writ i������Kvfi 'f furnish: ^������erttlicates 10 the  members elect; but in Cariboo district Mr  Ball has been appointefl Returning Officer  for all the .district except the^polling division  of Omineca. Tor which there is another. Now  who is to make the return ?  It hftji been generally supposed that the  Legislative &esembly would be called toother with as little delay as possible.   How*  **ver, th������ complicated machinery of tbe Electron and Regiatration Acts will operate against  ^b:sfshoitid .there.&*' any polls required in  tbe extensive districts either of Cariboo or  Kootensry.in Which ease we see little chance  of the session being opened till the neighborhood of Christmas.   Should such be the case  "ft-may b*-* source of great inconvenience to  any aiwabera who under the dual system of  representation may be elected to seats in  bothiboiegielattve Assembly and the House  of Commons, as it is more than probable that  f ith the d^ltitudinons amount of business  ^ithts'Iikely. to engross the atteniion oU ifc%^^*l^y^^-W*V^,>^?fi\,^l*5  .'." ��������� '.��������� :���������.     , th*t-3ott'Tis are promptly forwarded to points beyond  mpmheT8 of the forroer.its nrst aepsionj may -the regular stage rentes." .  %he prolonged until after that of the Canadian { ~Z?~Z  V&tffammt has commenced.  ";"-."X.:; Consisting of  TWELVE SPLEPID PSIZES!  ,' GOLD WATCHES,  ' ;0;,:  'JEWELRY/ SPECIMENS,; Ac^ic; ���������'  Value,     -  ; - ; $10  ���������MISCELLANEOUS.  ana  GOVERNMENT STREET, YICTt)RIA, Vi,  AS ON HAND, AND 13 CONSTANTLY receiving, ft  larK*. Assortment   y.f   CLOTHS,   CASSIMKRES ���������  and VKSTINGS; which he ia.v prepared to make to  order in the moBl approved styles.   '  %&* ParUes on,. William Creek can  hare their  meafure's taken by UrUcCallum, Burkeryilie.  'All orders from Oarihoo promptly attended ta.  ��������� ���������..;,.   myClm ���������. ���������. .   :y ���������,...  *i  REST ARRANT,;,';  DBAKERt  THIS OLD AND WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT  ja always .imp plied with th'e beat '������f everyUiiag  that can beprocured in Cariboo,   /<���������   -!  Board^ ><X $12j^^0^^  Sin;gie;'Meals,r-';:*:-'':-:'-;:;$ii:  i+7''   "'  1 ������������������;  ILL ta Ve ph ce n f tli o ANT ELOrR S A LOO V, on  ���������SArrUJ{������A:Y KVENING, 16th 8cptomb^r.    ;  ��������� 200 -Chances : ".at.:....$.5 .each,; ;  'The Eiglit Highest and Four Lowest/throwR will receive the Frizes*. The lowest throw to tivke.the second |  Prize..- ...;,-' -'������������������: X':'-  A Riffle for Chances will be held every eyenins? til  the time, at 8.80 ; J������e9  Tli# Celebrated"y'X'  IFRESH   GR^OJUNb;   COFf EE,  A superior article to any which can be had from below, KouHted an/! frronud.on, the, ureinlses from the  b������.st; selected benies, and warranted iree from auul-  teration. ���������'*   y.' '���������.'���������' :- '-. i  jei7 : ;   ;    , j. g. gootihon'  ;;;antelofe^ ,"'"'  Re s taurant & S alo on  SON   &   DALY  BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE REM0VK������  ,to- the i-j>:iciou.s proinises lonn-.-rly kuuwn us u������������  The Last Cha,2ice for  Photographs! ;  L.    A.    BLANC  BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Oirihoo that all  wishing to \nvo their Likeue������������e.-<  or Views m  their Houses or Claims taken, must call at  j St.' George ''Saloon''where'\tl'Ktya will bo ai ail 'times  ���������prepared to i urn ish "      -.    ... :  i   .        ��������� - ���������''. ���������"'���������������������������'  I BOARD : A ND    M KA L S    :  ��������� ... . .���������'. v :.-   :   ���������  I    OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  !      ��������� ���������     -���������    ..-���������     - '������������������  ���������  1  fvrnished with th<i flaws % WINES .  ' The   BAR  LIQUORS and CIGAiiS,  Board,  12 per Week,  ja7 1m  ; SBNA^ORiAL^-Tbe Colonist states that Davul  Cfunm'on. Ksq., of Victoria (formerly Judge  or tbe Supreme Courl, VXl")."Cleiwni F.  Cornwall E*q., of Ashcroft, and Dr. R..W. W.  Cftrrall,*������re mentioned in connection with the  Senatorsbipa. . .  From Omineca���������Sylvester^ "Expre������8 has  nrrivfisi at Qn������sne'lmouth. The news, as will  be seen by our special correspondent's Utter,  is by no means exciting.  Telegraphic.���������The heavy thunder storm  yesterday evening deranged the wires so that  no report could be aent  BARKERVILLE,  Oa or before 15th September.-   ,;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Ko one who intends 'wintering  in. Oarifeas  should miss-the present opportunity, ���������:/'���������'  an6td CHARGES MODKRAfE:  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  F. J. BARNARD.  THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between  J. C.-SEEDY and J.  W, LIN-DHARD bag been  'djRRolved by mutual consent.  : The businesf.-will be carried on by,JT. TE, Lindhard,  ivh.o wil,l pay all the liabilities of the firm and collect  , under the style  ���������$JHhe*\Bureka Sixver i^alaag1 Company, hta  %een fotosed to work-lbe^nv^lead"%elowjiu,out������tand^^^  ���������$3x>pe.   Tb* capltftH������$15a^0^iv1dddi3toj,v/;     //;   ;.!'. :     j; ^ L?KDHARn;  Gentlemen, *���������  In pursuance of tbe terms of  Union you will shorily be called on to elect  a member from our joint Districts to represent  you in the House of Commons of Canada.  For this position I now offer myself as a candidate, and should you do me the honor ef  returning me as your Representative I-anail,  to the best;of my ability, strive to .prove that  your confidence.has not be������n misplaced.  If elected I shall use my best endeavera te  promote the interests of out Province so far  as they can be affected by Federal Legislation, and above all "to expedite the grand  bond of Union���������the Traus-continental Railroad. . .   A ������������������ i-   . >  With reference to general political matters,  I can only say at present that if honored by  your suffrages, I shall go to the House of Commons untrammelled by party obligations,  save that I bhall consider it my duty, and the  $uty of every member from this Province, to  lend a cheerful, support tto. the Ministry to  whom we owe our new birth and political  enfranchisement.  I have the honor to be,  gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  J. SPJ3NCER THOMPSON  ' BfrfteTtUe, SepU.rM8n,     , .?;:.-..:;. .-,.���������, , .  ;;;;-,   yALE AND BARKERVILLK,  Impoirtgrs, WJxolesaleand  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,    ,  WINES & LIQUORS, ��������� y  dry goods, clothing,  hats & caps,  boots & shoes,  agricultural implements, -  ,     CIGARS & TpBACCO,l,  STATIONERY,    :  ;.\   HARDWARE & CROCKERY,  And a complete assortment of  Oppenheime? Bros. beg. to inform Traders, Miaors r  and Farmers requiring -a stock of Golds' tbat they  hold a larifft and <well selected asuortmont; and' are ���������'  prepared to sell at.the Lowest Market. Prices.    ,    ,"*-*���������*  i^ We' invite insp'ectionof our Stock before fwr������r#  cbasiig elsewhere1.- X "���������'  ������SU NEW GOODS are beiog receired c������ntlnuaUy.  OF BEST QUALITY, \   J.  BY   EVERY  EXPRESS.,;,.  CTMij^ajr Xi  ���������J*S>-v  SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, -WL  :-A  WKClAlt TO YHK CARIBOO SENTO*fEl*  Victoria.   /,[';..,.;.;,..",.  Victoria. 14tb���������DrTrimball is a candidate  Car tbe Local Legislature. for, Victoria city.  This makes five.  A dinner was tendered to Hon. Mr Lange-  tib oa Tuesday efertih'g last. One hundred  gad fifty persons gat down, all classes bea<ug  represented.        ���������  Toe Otter will sail for the Skeen* at daylight oa Fndajr*i ;������'^ .;��������� -,���������.', ,.-'- ^  . .v- <;^   ;;   _.������  v:-   '.UNITED STATES. /      ...''  Saratoga, 11th���������Six boats started tn- tbe  four mile single scull race to-day���������Saddler,  Ellis. Ward, Bagnall; Kelly, Biglin and Bright,  fiaddler wo.n ;,, Kelly 2d; Biglln 3d^ ^ dead  heat for the 4tlTplace in the four-oared race  b etween the Bigl I n an d Tay i or ere we. M ori a-  ���������ey settled the case by paying each crew $750  In monejAyx *:   - ,'";''.���������, ;.;.'".'  New^oVk, 12t^There is the beBt authority for'saying that Mayor Hal I -will? take no  further ac tion towards the removal of .Co n ���������  trol ler (Jonnol | >. The Mayor stated thaf be  had ne intention of iiiipeacbin)? Connolly^' .;���������  The po 1 ice t hii'8'fsir have faiied to '*5d iacoyer  a clue to Uie theft in the Controllers office.--  11 is said f hat��������� d u pI icateS:of the stole.il youch*  ers rentaln. an'd 'one-origin al is recorded-!.in  the office book*,.which are nowvaafe^ The  ciiy'a ali are of the -'debt of New 'York State is  no-lm than $200,000^00; Or more.than 180  per cent of.the assessed valuations of the real  ttstaie.. .'���������   .-'������������������������������������������.   "���������*���������-    ������������������   .���������'������������������'���������.-���������..���������--���������',...".; :-'���������>-.   ��������� ..' .  Charleston/-ilSth���������Accounts from a,)I parts  of the State represent the 'c'oritinodus rams of  the past week as Very dlsasU'ona to.the cotton  crops, and'the yield will not be more than  luie-halfof that expected, whilefnim the ln-  t e r i o r o f the Sta te re por la of n i������ i; a n d. ah ed-  d ittg of Irui l of tbeplan t are' u niveraa;l.  .,  EUKutjEAN. ; "'���������������������������.������������������;������������������.���������-.���������/ '���������' ,  Loudonlr .Mth~-II--lie "tY^Uh-coflters: refused  t n* < 'O ������i*i 11 i,e w ��������� >rk u n ti I "U j e. s t ia 11 ger.s n seen tl y  ..'Jbji4ior.ie.d..."fu'.fi.U thHr pliic<?s during the strike  -were dismissed Jroin^fi*1 mines.:    ;;;'    .;'  Tlie L i v e \i\ >������j o 1 Co i\rte r 'has a s tory tli at a  KfiitU-e our, forifierjy a* 'doffinierxnal traveller  in A us i ra I i a, w a s . s������> m e ye a re ag o' 1 o;atin . tjh e  V e������o (l s ��������� an ri f'oi i n f 1 sh el te f in a he i*d sin an Js lm t;  ihut tho lierflsiij.-iV.''during conversation dis-  rlosrtl I hut he was tho son of a baronet. The  K*nitai?ian soon sifter returned to'England.  nml when ihe TicUborup.cnae was being heard  he weognlzed the claimant; as the herd*man  iff Australia. He afterwards had an iitter-  vii*.w Avith Tichborne, and it is paid that be  will be a witness for him when the case is re-  'Hiuned. ��������� ��������� -'������������������ \.  The'Paria"corre.������!pondeat of the pull. Mall  ���������tff;izette of.thejiijth August says that Thiers is  reported to have given, a vnsls amount of information to the Council of Enquiry into the  Rite war. He found England &m\ Uus*i* de~  eirous of remaining friendly with Prussia, but  ���������when he got to St. I'etersbu'rgh he met with  eympathy from the population. The Czar,  though he mid he could not declare war, was  most favorably inclined towards France, but  was bound tannine way to Prussia. Every  one at St. Petersburg^ assured him that the  Cabinet at.Berlin would accept'reasoaable  terniP. Thiers then went to Italy, and feund  that king most dis inctly iftyoreil France ;J l������  ���������ailed a Council of Ministers at once. 1 Thiers  -said i ** You have S00;000 men. March "100,-  -000 on Lyons. You are covered by Switser-  land and the Alps, and will have nothing to  fear, thus making a diversion in our favor.'1  Tbe king and his generals were for adoptin|  this plan, but the CabineVrefuaed cowent. v  London, 1J tb���������-A meeting in auppert of the  Newcastle strikers-is announced to be held in  Trafalgar Square on the 25th i not,  The journals to-day discuss-tbe eucceas of  ���������Chinese labor in America.in its relations to  tbe.recent strikes in England.  Some papers comment aayagely o������ the  '���������many.-disasters which haveffecently happened'  to British ships of war. ���������. '   -  Veraaiiiea. I2th.:-Tbe Aaserably adopted  the bill fevwlng the pension list of the Irnpe-  *ial Government. ��������� It aibdlishes all ;penaiods,"  ���������except in cases of extreme 'poverty or wliere.  the grant was made for tiis-dinguished eer-  Ticea.      ....... ; .''���������", '"���������  Bruesella, 12th���������1%e machine shops have  'been elosed by. the i^oprietors. ' The ^orkV  tten are now parading the-streets, baios disturbances have occurred; ���������; "       ' > - *  The 'United States Consul at Kverpool  Writes to the department that In coneequeiieel  of the prevalence of the foot and mmih disease amonff������attle in England.heJj^idfsdoa-  liuued grarithrg certiflcat������������.4>.������fc1p-������attU^  London, 12th*���������The Aroerisan ship Lovemo.  'from' Hamburgh, has arrived at Cardiff with  four of the crew down with cbolsra. Tb������  vessel was quarantined   :.     '     ���������  It ia.repprted that the entire abipbnilding  interest ;it*tfee.psrjU^f��������� HiiII has been transfer-  eil tb ������ company whoae/ leading officers are  Spender Robinson and David Reid: ";  4   ���������������������������������-  LATEST FROM OJrtlNECA*  OfiRMANH^K CltBKK, August 30.  y  ' .-'.' ��������� OBSMiNSEN CRKRK. ��������� ;  t,  'Tie cleims below the town are all wash*  ing, an d go I d to the amon n t o f abo u t 500 o z. ���������  was taken out last week. The ..claims above  the town have disappointed a great many  abd are nol coming up to expectations, the  ground being deep and none of tbe companies  having bottomed tbe deep ground. .  MANSBK 'CKEBKi  PUBLIC MEdtlNQ AT VANWINKLE  On Saturday. evening,, dth ..September^:a-  meeting ���������. was held;, pursuant to -notice given.  by.jMr Walkem, in order that iio might e������r  plain bis.,views ��������� to the., electors db%; political  B^njeot3ofjntere^k  Able audience waa present^ and at 8 p.m^tbe  chair was taken by Mr; J. L. Mufr.; Mr James  Ardell by, request acting as secretary^-   :   ':���������  The . Chairman having,, introduced Mr  Walkem, that gentleman proceeded to review  the past condition of this province as a'col ony  ciinpared; with iti? preaent position* under  Confederation, and to advert-to some of the  most important measures'" which wauld be  Jikejy to cocne before;tbe next Legislative  Avssembly. He explained the existing relations between tbe Federal and the Provincial Governments, and the duties and responsibilities'devolving: on "each.    All the old  above their {irOportion. As to the ndictilons  Registration law/wbicii debarred a man regis-  ftered at Vanwinklo from voting at Ricbffelfl  if be happened to be, there on election day. ii  jmi/it be abolished at onee-*; As to the TarlftT  question, he considered it -'-absurd that the  people of British' Oolumbw shoald tax tliem-  Selves for the benefit bff posterity^ ;Thefsrm������^  era of Vancouver -Ialand had beea iryin'g for  thirteen years to .enrich theaiselyes by pro-  tec tion J and now they had to import arid pay  duty on tii* very flour they conaumed. It  was possible, however, that their children or  grandchildren might if the preseot tarjflF'was:  continued succeed in.doing better.. He fully  concurred with j Mr Walkem on ; tbe vartoafl  subjecls which be had so bwidjy expMueif.  A vote of tHanks having been given to .tie  chairman, the meeting adjourned.   .  ������, * ,      . ..   , .,   , *. w^ Colonial debts havincr been diacharK������d by  This creek and its tributaries seem to be the Dorainion in accordance with the Terjns  the gold country, and considerable money ia  being taken out there, and there is no doubt  in the minds Of "the "miners here but that that  section of tbe country will be the centre of  the gold'fields. "J. X  xfER'gjcnKWC. .-���������'  Five com panics are sinking, blue clay having been struck..  Abbott & co. are down 18  feet in the clay.   Great interest is taken iu  this creek by the minera.  TRICES OK PROVISIONS.  Fjon r, 35c to 40c per 1 b. ; bacon, $ I;  sugar,, 75c ; tea $2 50 ; beans very scarce ;  apples, $ I;  tobacco, $3 j  rice, $1;  butter,  $2 per lb. ������������������������������������'���������.X;: nf't...  Mr O'Uetlly has left here for the.Skeena,on  a tour of: inspection.  Mr De Ni > 11 y i o n h as arrived b ere wi th a  large stock of goods. J. C.  MINING INTELLIGENCE,  !?*?7ff8rHl-5tftT������t  WILLIAM CltKKK. v  The Ba 1 lara t co. 1 as t week washerl -82 02.���������  The Fo res t, Rose.: co. d id. n ot do as we 11 as  uan al, li a vi n g at r tick a r i m ro c k wh i ch i s su p -  iposed to divide two channels; having got  across this they are doing verv well this week.  The Cariboo co. are down very;near bedrock  .with-..: thelr new slmft".; The' 1>Iack. = Skofc 00.  h ay in g cieaued. :\jt.p mos fc of the] r ground  al ready piped.' h aye c*������m in e ri ced ������p i p i ng> ng aio.  The. upper c't:eek ciaiins c0utinue"��������� c 1 eau 1 ng u p  with average results. - '.*-,:'  '��������� ' '"' ' STOUT GULOH. ;.  The Stout gulch company are laying their  permanent; fluiwe from ihe mouth up, and  ffetBug small pay from the old gitf/anS.  CON KLTN-GULCH.  The Ericson co. -are .���������getting : pretty good  pay.  THK  MKADOWS.  The Lane and Kurtz co. are down nearly-60  feet with their 12*feet by 4 shaft.. The only  water they .have to contend with yet. is.,wka.t  comes from the gravel streak through which  they have passed, and which occasions no  trrutble in hoisting with the donkey engine.  The engine and shaft house has been built..of  the moat-substantial-character, and they are  uow engaged on the masonry tor setting the  large engine and boilers. The pumps and  remainder of their machinery are now on the  way irom Yale.  JACK OF CLCBB CUSKK.  i The Two Sisters co.\ h a Ve got 'the ir m acbf n-  ery running and shaft pumped out, aud are  ready to contaence work again in' the shaft.  The First "������lmnee^ co. are about starting &  blinS a*Uaft iu tbe deep ground.  LOWHKK CRKEST.  Tfes Black Bull co. last week washed 70 oz.,  not working on bedrock. In tbe beginning  of this week they had to knock off for want  of water, but the-last rains will enable them  to make another start ' The Brown and Victoria tympanies are doing;about as ---usual,  ,'' XtXQiiTsma ckbbe.  The-Soutb Wales ."co. Jast week washed IU  055. . :Tbe Spruce co. about as usual, Tbe Victoria :co; have not steuefc-tbe channel. The  Vancouver co. have been.put ba-jfe a^fewdays  fixing.- tbeir elevator belt. The Poirit co. bate  got their machinery fiaiahed and- are ipntti&������  in-pumps. It -works ^beautifully, and both  wood anwl iron work are a credit to tbe.coia-.  structori. ;   ';' ��������� ���������;-.'��������� v..:..::.-.   -;.-���������.  ;       ' ��������� i, 1  ���������   ^uiTusit. cm ek. .*'���������'���������"' * ��������� '���������'��������� >" ''  The 'TMot JdoU*finding 'that-ihe'pay.tfe^  struck .-on the *bencb goesoff into the deep,  ground, bave commenced a drain which will  be 2200 feet in length, aad witi'take, itis\cal-l  otiiated, six������months to complete.' Tfje'Loibair  co, above tbe fudor,; (hiving-a, long d'teia  of Unie^if tbe Province was now staring-free  from^d^bt,-and receiving: annually from the  Dominion exchequer the handsome sum of  $216,000. :,Tt would therefore be for the first'  Legislature to consider how thia money should  be applied, ax*d- what further taxes won^d be  required -for carrying on the Local Goserh-  men*;-; -a, n d an other th i ng to be d ecicled this  sessio n   was whether  t h e  Can ad? an: Tart ff  should be adopted or the old Colonial Tariflf  be retained.   He considered that��������� the people  of Cariboo should send no member who was  not pledged to adv.oeate the. former course.-  He would advocate the abolition of the road  tolls; if p ossiM e, a nd liberal a p.p ropria't ions'  from the public revenue for roads and trails,  including a bridge across Quesnel river and  prospecting trails.throughout the mioin^Recr  tk> n; al tiio ugh   the  1 a t ter won Id: probab ly  create considerable .antipathy in  the lowef  no n "n i ry: lm m ig ra tio n ah ou I d Jb e. e n coaraged ^  tree land grants given.; and the present illiberal Ian d  nil 1 re pealed;   The. p resen t sclioo I  law s h oul d beam en d e d.; so.. as to m ake th e  support pi education entirely a charge on the  provincial revenue, thtis abolishing the present harassing system of local taxation. .He  denounced the atrocious and unfair sliding  scale of Court fees, which; rendered justicHu  Cariboo ;so dear a commodity.   The: sheriff's  fe es ��������� sh 0 ii) d also be red uc ed an da f ti ii d .1 aid  nside.towards the anpport of that:office.   The  Trades^--'Licenses; 'too, were unfair, and a  desc r i p tion 0 '&.? -c lass. I eg isj a ti o n .-���������; ^me ro h a nta,  p ackers,; in i no rs and 01 hers h ad fco p ay 1 ice h sos,  white the capitalist who lent out;his money  pai d 110 th 1 ng.   Tt:e M ini ng -L :iws, i iv was con-  ceded, needed alterations, in anticipation <f  w hi ch he ?. li a d p rep a rod a" 1 i st of p ro p ose d  amend menu, which he proceeded to real to  the meeting, all of which, after a little discussion, were approved of.  .J}ie principal points  p ro posed v/e re:   that claims in al ii us ts n ces  ex te n d fr o rn.' b ase -to- b a so- of -uTR s ;  qna'r tz  c 1 aims'to have no side 1 ines,;,h.ut embraca the  tbicknass of the ieoXge, with iis'vipnrs, dips and  an g 1 es ���������; ��������� a ..ma j 0 r i ty o f t vvo-thi rds of a co vap any  to.have the power to work and levy assess*  men ts i h 1 a yi n g over seas 0 a ;' sh a reh oblers to  vo le acco rd i ng to the in te res ts held; fees 0 n  app 1 icati0ns fhr ieases to be reduced ;  fonr���������  teen d ays' n 0 ti ce in a 16 cal n e ws p a p er i 0 be  considered due notice to"an absent defaulting  sbareh01 der ;   fees for recording and lay ing  over a set of claims to be the sameasfor a  single. claiVa ;. record teeiJ to. ;be; reduced'-to  0 n e d 0] lar.. Mr. Wal k em con cl u d ed by ad vis-  ing the electors to choose as their represent-,  atives the men whom they considered best  .adapted to attend to their Interests..  Calls having been made Tor Messrs. Booth  and Thompson,- ''...���������. .  Mr Booth made a few rem a Acs. 'He agreed  with Mr. Vlfalkem in advising the. selection of  the best men, and considered that gentleman  had brought forward the various subjects  referred to in good taitev j*i������ret was  one.' .amendthehttr hoWever, which he (Mr  Booth) thought should be intfOdnced into  tbewiriingUiiw, to the effect that a;:[party.hav-.  ing expended a large amount in prospecting  should "Mive :some property right In the  ground, and not be liable to lose it through:  failure.to take out a license, record or represent. There ��������� was ;��������� another subject.. ��������� 'They  talked about equalization of taxation;, now  .there were large tracts .of ���������land lying'1 waste  claimed by parties who paid no tax. "He  thought that a-wild^and bill should be paused,  as bad been done in Canada^ which would  compel the' owners to pay taxes or throw the  land into market. t The Registratiott Bill  should also be'done awsy with.  Mr WaHcem said te bad omitted -to. touch  upon the Registration Bill, He sfconld, if  elected, vote for its repeal, and alSe for the  repeal of thtfOfrU'Lfit Hill.  ' Mr Thonjpsoni then made a few r*m^tls,  He fully.-cdin^idM?with tbe prsVious sbwkr:  ers upon the necessity of equalisation of taxation.   What with road *.. tolls, ^censes ' and    . ., ������   .  alwadyrun, *re sinking a. large pit and arQip fe^ .......... ..        t  daily expsc3*������tioft������f .fj^IWng" bedrodlt iii^i mining districts, who* ware th* mainstay of! and Gerow 4 Johnson s h  ; dw e^xm^. ���������';   ' ' -    '-'"fbt-wbolt Ttin:ft!ry. W "^  PASSENGERS.  Per Ssrnard's Express, arrived S^pt. 15���������  From Tale���������A: S. Bates, to160 mile house;  D. H. Rosa and wife, Mrs Hagen, to Van-  winkle; John Bruce, to Barkerville. Front  Quesnelnaouth���������Dr. Bell, Bliss Sanfocd and  Miss Miller.  Per Gerow & Johnson's Express, arrived  S.e p 1.15 ���������From Yal e ���������Joseph Car tie. to Bar-  kerville ; two passengers,; to, Queshelmoutb  and two to" Van winkle.  ������������������.' ibowy���������By Barnard's Express^ left Sept. 10.  Mrs Neufelder, Miss San ford and Miss Miller,  for Quesnel month ; Mr;Richardson, Geo logs*,  cal Survey, Ah Toy, Mr H. Newland, measeni-  ger iti charge of treasure for b,anks, for Yale;  Down^Bv, Gerow k Johnson?s Express^  left Sept' IO;��������� Mesari. DVO'Connell. correi-  p 0 nd en t A1 t.a Cal i forriia, Henry Co u1 ter an d  J. Smith, fbr������������aier "R. Berry^ for Quesnel-  mouth.       ; .^        ;, :     .  TKLEaaA?H Station Wantkd.���������The people  of Van winkle and vicinity complain greatly;  an d wi th j us t i ce, th a t th ere i b n 0 telegrap U  0 ffice in tb a t to w n...... Va n win kl e is the cen tro  0 f a i arge in i n In g local i ty, but  the. resi den ts  and f req u enters of tb e to wn a re tan tal ixed ���������; b y  the sigh t of a li ne : 0 f telegraph con ti n u all y,;  before the ir eyes'; of which they can make no  use, although in .anticipation of -.-an;office being 0 pen ed I b ere a co n n ec ti h g w i re has been  attached to the main tine.;  We havelbeen.in-"-'  formed that a gentleman-������������������qnaUfi6d/;.to;!;|w6:'!ia8::  operator offered to perform the duties, free of  ch a rge-ran/ oiler ;���������; w hlcli. we -avbnd er. .at,y thi������;;  Superintendent .hot having "accepted ";   but  even if such were! ii"01'. the case:: i t won I<l Me ha;;  mr> re than p ro per, th at th ere should yhe:. aft  lo ftlce estabiis'bed. as we bel ieye. tliat next; to  Bar ker vi I le i t wou I d be the best pay i ns sta-.;  tion on the line.   The intimate connection-  bet ween William and ..'Lightning creeks; would  al6ne create a large b usi n ess b etween the. two  creeks, and in case of sickness or.accident it  would prove a great boon to ���������tbeilatter.,, \V"e  know of several 'instances  lately'where a  special messenger 'had to be dispatched to  Barkerville for a,; medical gentleman, who,  could a telegram have been sent, might have  been on the spot where his services wer������  required two. or three hours;'earlier, ajn'ost,  imp or ta i������t d esi de ra turn i n c ases where life. 01  death m ay b e 'in ith e b al an c e.      \   ,.    ���������  ..The WicATffwt: in the.beginning of -this week  wasl *y cry h 0 *������;-. an d t lie i n d i ca t i on s ;we re th at  a dry warm spell, such as is usual in the early  part- of September, was about to set in, the  water begismng to fall off rapid'ly in the  creek. Ho we ver, on Wed nesday rain set ia  again, which has continued at intervals aince.  Yesterday wc had. a .violent thunder storm, *  accompanied with heavy rain and bail, and  ������the creeklias 'risen again considerably. s��������� ���������, ��������� -:.  'FRKTGWT3.���������Merchandize.,comes in very  slowly, and some articles, .such, as coal, oil  and candles, are becoming very scarce. The  only arrivals tins week have been Wilmott'a  and Beedy's horse teams, and Sperry and'  D*rocher*B ox teams, with assorted goodsior  various parties from Quesnelmoutik ,.  .,  HoohkcJ Coiioir^���������This diseasehasfdrseveral months been .very prevalent in (Jaribooi-  Nearly all the children and a, number of .the.  adult population have been attacked, and jn  one case-there has'been a"fatal result, the infant daughter of Mr aud Mrs F.- Rose, aged  three months, having succumbed to tbe malady on Tuesday last   ;  From ' Montana���������Several  men who .left; *���������'  Montana for Ooiineoa,'not liking the tenor of...  the reports, have .arrived.- on :William creek  this week.tp tiy the.ir luckJn Cariboo.    . ,!    ..  RkTCBMBP���������Mr John Bruce, who has beer*  on a trip to Vancouver Island and Oregon  for the benefit of bis health, returned bero  ySBterday much improved,  ���������j 'Tbb mail steamship Prince Alfred arrived ;  la Victoria"Tth September, six dayij from San.  Frahmsco, having encountered ������ fearful hurricane on the passage.' -  '" BARWARf^s '���������*K*pres^������Tire,d;i,at,-6.8fr *p.m������n  ExpreWt wifh the  * - -���������  uMiiwiiumm tL������MBwmuilA^ J -SSSS3S  O9EESBBSRS0S9BSS  f-W'Y FINING: REQORDSi-,',:.,- ">,,  g.?-?fr I.'������������������-".?.������''--f '**" i-r"- ��������� *���������*������������������   -: 'yyf  *'��������� ��������� -:;" :;."   "'.,...  ��������� "''*-* Y^&ftTirfork quesnel. ..   ��������� ,;' v ���������.'  Sep111V- Recorded 1 iu favor ������f; Luck W������J������:  ������������������n���������* 100 iitches water from J Kangaroo- >'CttfefcV-  Jle-recoriL: ;,:v -.v.  ���������  Y   ; J" *' ' YYY* "Y'"'  :r>YYY*^: (JCKLSOX CRKKK.'���������-'"' i:'1'-'   Y^Y^1  S^pLT���������Recorded'in favor of P.1 GiHran.  20? ffefc. on right bunk,,a^upper end^'f ^caiv  ^ yon." ��������� Re-record.. ��������� ''��������� ; X������������������'> ������������������ "'��������������������������� \ ��������� < -' Yv.:.    ,������;::  ���������>��������� ������������������;. -' H '"Y/'YifdirTxrVrngkbekI Y "YY'*;������������������':;. Y-"  ��������� Sept.;; 11 -RecordXffli in f Jt.S"pr <\fv;Gcprgfr;  Jiiynes^ "200 feietV Joim Sl;������t^i\ 1GO.ffttei-. r%  "itsordj;;������n<1 jn Javur of'George J,if rim, 1 irtriist  '-for company, 5 D: i ri c h V s; w atei* fro ui. W3 win li 1 e'  creek. ^ ,"*-M   ' Y ;,;. : * ',;   . /,','' Y: .,, ., r  COXKLTN' GULCH.    '    ' ' "  X'-":"  .Ambrose co^Svpt^.~]>ecqrdt������d in;' favor  r<> f Jo n n th ft n, N u t i. ijok S' i a vy, *. An di o v SVeJyj  ^onVG^; -ft!f������������������3ttoyriK^4^fiilX!c!*i?m������ on . ri^lii'M&K;  n fl io in i nar:. soiitli 1 i ri eXo f; A m b r n w������ cp... bein g  :-.paBtj,i)f {ground aba n don el l>y;McI>owoll eo-  :to "Be; held- 'in- tnist for arid1 form uart of;Am ;  ' brose: co. ;.     -;."���������""' ;      -.' ''-.-        .-. ��������� YYYYY  ��������� -��������� r:4-Kn.r: =,:, ^^:LOWllEK'0;n3"K^ -X -��������� X  i ''. 3'-*  C7atayeras*::cb.-'r-^ept. 5^-Recorded In: favor  -of Peief'Gori*VPirife*n*st;;'.;Ht������Record....-���������    Y-.  ::   '..' * f ,,. ������������������   JACK^OP.CLl'-Dj OJKK1C.' ?. ,  f  _,    :;,   -,.  Victoria cpv���������Sept;; 5-^Recorded in,:f:;vor  of '���������H.^M'Ol'eur; 1 interedSHbaodoned'by David  /A'laii.; ;������������������ ;;"'*- '���������;;* ��������� -'   ���������/;' ''X: ('^-;Y/;".��������� -'  Two* Sisters' ���������*co^Septi!. 7���������RreYrdcd   in;  ���������firor 'off A. G lend i rining; .���������one'-;inlet*efitl;abah-  -d^iieil by. Win Turner.* ;   - -. ���������       Y      ; ���������.  .  - - ^ * ,". ��������� - M'autiiuk'h "c lollJ?:; ; /   -. ���������";  .;-:;-'- Sep|;;\G';^ ^'.Ai^K^Vi^^ Mc-:  Kinnon, ;A1: x. M.cL������tin. I wo hill .chains on  let bank, a -little above the road. ";?. ; ������ /.  ;   Oplii^  *W,iu:  Keyiit^n, a ditch  coinineucin'x ubf u*  Pntice of  AVules po. mid riinninjr to Onl ij'  ro., with Dii'0 :n 'hes. WHtec from Wi Hum creek:  .and^0;fn>m Ihe gulches;   also, the old Arte-  Biali Uiich.   He records.  ;"v; v' Y ': ..'   iu.ack jack Gur.cr.. >:   - ; _  ' -'  Sept.   n-r-Recoriled   iu   hivYr'< of.*'Ed.-vfltl  ��������� Trewhelili' 1-������creek, cl fisnv c.nnmiuiii ng -at  Yh u\d of- .Black1 Jack co.'s flume, running tip  - sLreani.:.. :: ;;...    ;;. :.tii ;  ,; ��������� ������������������'���������/....;,     -,'���������'.  '   REGISTER ( F THERMOMETER-  At Richfiehl. Willhim Gie-k. for Aujuvsl,  j871- t������ken af 9 a.m. eacti: d:jy, showing Ihe  h ig h es t in id lb west ra ii ge fo r p recedi ti g 24  ;.Y''''Yy;:Y^Y:MiscELLANEo.us^  E&asmwm  i'-ii1*-  ;Bp.kE^V|g,L^, ]R i cm pi El b-  .;Y-^'  !;^^YY"'  -AXD-^.^  ?.^p������niC  m-5"OPE'rvY:OF,T.HB  BEST  OF TESSH MEATS  ��������� .v; AiiWAYs'loN* iiANri; .0  ���������   ���������' ���������':,: ��������� ,   ;���������:;������������������    (���������;��������������� ;���������   ��������������������������� ...   ������������������!��������� ��������� -��������� .'.4- -1 * ���������       '   ������������������  Ip-dii  victokia; r.n  %&S;i  MAXUFA7TUilR STKAM KSGIKES AND BOTLKn?"  ^ .i ithrr IIiijh or L nv .i'r^urvi :��������� i:;-.i-:.''X'.J"-'f" j;. :.-.. .''.'  MmiSl)B;?pPIfG'iACgM5V,  Rri?i.;<iii;r:z ajui Suv :M|*Hr an I .^n.piet nrytliinf  i}:m\:[*'Mif) XS)?M* tho.M^UKv. ^Ku^i'ji'jsjs.;. Ir-m, im'k  ^r.Ves'13'*'?*!i'������"J^t<lrf*.i.#i!I7^^'*������"^tptOTTl������,.-'"'i^' luvn i,ii������l'Tor  so!i, ������,1 ''r.\c6/;issnrL������n: nt of Stweti. n:'t.'i������r'"������������������V������th'j������r Ir'ii.  B.aK.r'P.'fitVJj.-e'k^ V-lveif,  C MU't ry Ro!'M������r^;origin, r' nl..P*itti������m<Ti..rJir^W'r?^!?  \v i i4������ t iron "in i (1 s:i-n r;] A xl'" s7 S,t;<'':uri:' 1 'i pc; F j V t'i ng^. - frq. -: -  '���������'*' AM ������������.r.'ors "promp-ly^Attended to. Tortus Ci'isti; 'at  oui-iWork^ in Victor!^  ������������������       v ^ ���������    s -  X my 13 Oi.ii-..������������������   X .::���������.; tjIMlATT & THvP-G; ^Proprietors.;'  ;^;ir0mMQHE;,  .hours:  .;;,. -,,i\���������;������������������������������������ M^x;  ���������:^Jiw;  gpSa,.: Aug:' l���������7.7;- ���������  4,3;  ^^  :       .2--mX'"  "4'2'  ���������P         ;3-G9  4;i  PRS^v.;.:.. ���������' :'4.~72'- :'  45  *"���������. :-���������������������������:.^'.1.5^74:,..-  :4<>"  .���������.".������������������;:-<:���������72   ���������  40  ���������;"7~70 ;-;"  47  ./���������-; :���������-8-���������&**.���������'  !:33  ���������-���������-.; -9���������52  St  -,;,.-,; l-o^Sfi:..-.  40  ��������� :v--.n*T$8o,  40  .;  12���������(i2 .,  ,46  "v i:-5-<f;{ ^  ;Wf-y  . :-vJ-tr-5������  ,29':;  I.>-59,  31  , ;���������-'���������������������������   ,-IB~-75.-v  41  Max.  17���������.70 ,'  l.S-78.  20--oO  .21-00'  22-57  23 -U  2f>-(58  2>5 .-'64  ���������2T���������(MS  29���������fifi: ���������������������������.-���������  31--57  Mix.  44  4't ���������'.-  3>  s������ .  29  2i>:,  2S  2u  2������:  28 >.  ;���������:#':.  39  4{>'  29 ���������  The mean tem pomt u re for A u <ju st. u*a������ 5 6 92������;  the liiihest being 79*^ on. 37th, anl.the  lowest 26������ on 2&1; 25th and 2Gtb.  Ci r a u mi kg , F k a x k s kss ��������� A tn u n j n BraU! e-  Ijoro.Vl.. was recently urjred by an insnr-  '������r ce H2' nt. to tuUo out a policy for the Ixut fit  <'f"hls v/ifo io he' ami -hnt of $',0!)0. Before  deciding- he asked his wife"^ 6p ti\.t\'s wiitn  she rep hVd.wi 111 chunu ing 11 a n k n ��������� ��������� s.h : *; \V������hy ;'  my d^ar, you will, of course. a< fc according to  yo'ur own judgment ; but in,case ot'your de-'  ceasei it would 111 ake me raiher a mure' tie  eiraule widow. . ������������������.,.���������'  G07EUNif ENT :Stl^Et^  IT A? ON*HAN D; AX r> rs CO NPt A KILT recr-i vi n ������?. a  .1 l"/.;r-;r><i''.'-- iifspor'tineiit '������������������qf,: r'LpTHS,; CA^BIKIIES  joi .l''.v'..V=KSTI'Kf;S;yyi Itich lib is jirvpared to liiaku to  (*t. 1 c:,r i n ti 1 c moat s���������������npr������:-vetl atyl.es.        '  Ij^a)'* Par'i^ ;on   William ���������? rock" can   have their  mcm 1 pn res 11 ken by .\i r ;AI cf,'h 11 um, B?*rk<��������� rvill������   ���������  ' JSS*J? vAll or j e .ia" t r 0 i n. G '������������������ .1 r i' > 00 p ro t n p tl y attended to;  XX'--'��������������������������������������������� ���������.���������;''���������. i';-'"',:';'v ������������������' :--mveini;>...'''.���������4'/X...��������� -.<:������-*���������'.  egra  v^V: ���������*>:. ^-^.-.'f"!v '^;-^ii^^vA^^pg^i'iry'''HrrMiif.ijiiv!i ^nit���������������������������  ���������^v.',;:::-' .''���������,;:yiCTORIA;- B.C5' Y- -���������-* ������������������-v,.  W.HOLE^A"',ie'''-J^j;'?v:c,i:*-*:|;J-:' ;:   ���������'"���������  Lr-'t  [JTy;. SbrOOOS;  ;. ;;Jgs&to Goods li ought in the Ehropehu Markets to order, and consijgrimehtaYbf Goods frorn  Britiah .Columbia sold in, iLoudot^ j.  ."   ',f;       :' \ ;<^;;?-?;f- \n-' Y;"' ^_;'^>1 ::-*-'';r |: ��������� v "'��������� ;^^-"^: '&  ;>Y;   " ��������� _".v':"': -jn.' ,"���������-:":...'^ifc12e'ereS-Cog's ':''i:Nvr" v-"^?Lr;V^v"'"^../^X%-*'^ ;;:  !  LDNbON^Londoi^ ^   ; ;  ^^   - ;;  q! ���������::.'''Y-    ,'   ,.���������.:'   ;   ^.liit'S^'k. Uop're!uU*\ ,J1 pore & Co.< 5 libw'TChurcUiTardi\   v. v ;;v  VfCTOTUA���������jinnk of Uidiieh,Nqrt&-. Ameiica.v --��������� .,.,<...���������-���������    s ,.: ;*. - > ���������������,  'mvii'i  ���������VJi;.-' ,-i-^j   .-?   ,.  t  FLOUR, FL0BR,;FL0Ufe,  ;; ;fo|- sale:ii jMToiiiiii1si;;;:  SpBA'CBEEK,' . . :--:'"' Y ���������������������������-���������������������������  _.;;;^^XVSV?S^ELLE,^ ,;..,..;  ?>Y������Y-'Y\:Y- :YrY'Y'" :������ ;:;!;;;;,feA*Ek*E"SOTiLtl"E:  Y; ���������'  ��������� .T'T^r ;^Y Y,(f, ,lY|-#A1^Rt, -  ��������� ;:-   . .-fiY.'������, ���������.   ;i.VJI'Ji^^i.y_-JL^4  JO.    -a, v*:-JJk-j  Miners' Provision,-Store!  BARKERYILLE.'  Itore Slit-eck (between Herald and: Fisgard)  ,   . WCtOUIA, B.O,     ,  AND.SEW; ASTRICO,:-.  PROPRIETOU.  (-.  The most'iCommoi'imi's an'l clc 10 Hotel in Victoria.--  It is fi,tn-iUcto;l iin the Bur pein prine-ipie. Too tabij  is pu pplia*I \vi th the v.e 1 y l>. s.t them.irteo t ;i fl' a,;-ls.  !Mw*ii3 fit* iill, linur^t of .the day.,  I'riv'.ite .Dining  .ll'ioins lor. PitniiSiep.' ..' ''"'"'  (iiuir.l an I' LOJtrisiff pvr woolc.  $5 50 and S.6 M  p.jr [biyy .$,1." fiin'jfhi loeiil-v-ST^ ii(5jHS.    IloriP, fiOc.  ^<#*.Fire prpoi\8Ue io ihe H������'u.se. ;niy6.6to  : &  OfEL  .���������*  J.  J.; RQBERTSON  g\ye ii o someth n r  10 rem nib r  PeetT-T; :w' re we affec'e I o n reo ding t\-e  other day -oA a yoifn<x. lady w'10, being4old  th it her lover had been sncM^nly l,i!I. d.crii d.  *- O h, th a t s j> 1 en d id j^f) Id w a fell N i 1' h I* I G i v' ���������  ' ������a titft  h i m byY'   T<"������ti c h i h;i si in p H c f ty  "pADOTi my': 1.iby'."'.'Shid a gentleman to a  fellow whom he observed fi h;ng iuviy Vt a  <deep p0bl,;** that milst be a favorite s YAam  f<>r tnmf." 4< Fairh, find ������nye \i must be ^t  same, for I have been standing here for.three  "boiirsj, aud UOS omoftfo&w, will <5ft������&o oui of  pKGS TO AXNOUyCi?r:TffAT;HE;'HASOPSNED.A  The T-iWp tcijl alwiys be Pup|j1iPfl with the best  Tirticles that e.iu bu got iti CanUoO, a'ttJ tho liar-.with  tiio ; '���������.   >> *',., ;*���������/     ':'������������������      :'.      v**v  . ' ���������       ���������   .'v '<���������.     .'. \.        '.,  Finest*'; Wines, vLicxnars  s:"..    * and  Cigat^.- ..  \  Stanley (Mouih.L<ist Chance Creclc;),)  * T  THTS  STO R E. ��������� wl 11: a 1 ways'; be f bu nd a wefl-  ix 's.l-'Cted atocR of. the.;',,.-     ������������������ \ Y..;y : *;       ,.-v-:  FftEtH'E'S T ���������: ���������:&$. OGE R i.E 3'.'���������> ND,;  ;YpRpVISIONS   IN YCAfllSOO.  :; ��������� .'   BEST.-JAVA COFFEE  .  ���������Itoastetl anti Oround daily;-���������  Braiicli Store at Last  Y ��������� / "r-:- "; 01iance,.';'.;;    ;��������� ^Y ���������  Wh ere a go od assor t rn e n t 0 f, G 0 ods \v i 11 ahv a y 3 b e  i'ounl, ���������"'.     v  1 1 r,u>'t by. stri c t a tten t ion. to 1 j'n s.in������\������s. a n d f������t i r n nd  pqu ire deiViinji, to metit a eonUnu-tnec of.the liht-nil  p.itri>uage-In:'-retolore extended U> .inc...   ,, ...    ��������� fc4  N OT! CE.S  Y;THe^  'Machihb for Family use,; because it  so seldom gets out cf order.������ I f th?ro  is one not working .well in/   ; ;>  ���������-;;'V^:GALiFORNiA;-.;'; \- 'Y'Y,;:.Y/,i;v,.  OREGON,  -. ���������:":'-���������������������������':-Y  v^;WASHINGTON TERRiTORYY  ;/;ii'EVAdAr ���������;���������?���������'���������-;'y^^ y;;  ���������:.���������" "I'bA'lHd;'.^.;-?:,'*:. v:-v=-v-  ;--Y;:ALASKAr/r ;Y'���������_; -.i-^  ;.;v British;columbja#3v";.y^  ;Y-''-M'x!CdY"vVY";^  ���������;;..��������� japan,;,:? ������������������::',;yy.;:-';:,\';,..  Or ������������������;CHI-NA>;!-;if-;infprm      I.;Wj_if  f i x i t" vv it Kb Ot any ex pe n so \6 Xno  owner;;-,.';';::'     ;.     ,..;;;,;. ���������'���������;  ���������: .SAMUELvEILL,;;Ago^f.:;:;  IT0119 Mtotgomeiy Street,-. Bbuthi.  CRAKD HCTEL BUILDMiQ,-  Pan Francisco, pAL,,.  'piTE ,."ON" D ERPT GNE D   BKG-S.  TO   INFO I? 5r  HIS  I friends a nd th e p ub 1 i c ,tha t h eli as Utteid up ao*ne  COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  h h \s..new h u 11d i n g, w here h e'��������� 1 s' pr^ipn re cf to pi ^re  i;( )<> 1 i B ���������;ds' a t a r oi 1 don ab I e' p r i e e. ���������- Tii o.s-e w 111> wi] 1  1* 1 vo r ai in. v? ith t h ei r \) t'trun iige ,'in a yd epe-n 1) on t h.e  cloNu'nVssand coHiTort oj his1 house..  - H ' ts'i kes l!s'������thif ��������� >p(>or 1 ft 11 i't'y torer(\ind the -.Cnri  hiMiJfen ;.thai. hi* 15tewery has received the FIItbT  . PttiZK Q i tli e Co lull y tor It 1 * 0 c 1 e bra Led   ���������  - -;-xxx ale:,-    -v Y  An <11 li c t r u e .1 m a te u r.������\v i lib 0 a h 1 ^t o. j it rl pe b y t h enr-  J���������lYe������ that "fuoii lumorubU- prize.hi*b been justly  "itw'11'.led to liioi, ���������'**.:.'}���������*���������  X. I}.���������A 11 r;ce front ro0tn to let.  Ocnd for Circulars and samples of  . t he work.'   Acti ve A gents wanted In  every place.  s:    R. BEAVEN, Agent,  j^'10 Cm VictoriM, H.C.  .'.LEA&Pi-RBIISrS'  : ^   .:���������'��������� Oelcbratt-d       ' ���������  WORCfe SXE R S H tR E i  SAUCE  ....        .������������������ ��������� D ccl'irec'. b y Con n ofssc u rV, ta b e  THE .OKLY * GCCD   SAUCE.  i11 r.\i-rv j 111,- ra \u .2 vi 8*>��������� 0 ���������  - K. Cl'NKV  April.20,: 1871. ..:  n.p22  lu  ll  r>* f*������ ���������������*���������  Ea.!,'.'.LUIVlB-ER:!  *^.r BSSRF. M EACHAM fc XA SOX n r*��������� nrfrpa r^d to  ���������TI niriiHh Lttijiber h tlio'ir >IS11ft WilJmm "Creek,  or deliver it to order. ���������'. "- ' . ' '     '.  f.rar-DER DELIVgrLED ,ON  LrGIITSlJS'G  CREEK AT THE S A HE RATES AS OK  ''. .WlhUX������ J3*Kgff.."' Y ':Y    r-,"--��������� ;A  Having ������, Planing Jfachin������ In opera-tlon they will  alia taiisli -Bff6$9sH Lutabcir ft.* 6*factory ������t������.  PRB?E3)ITia3JSTT������l ������Ir(:iiBi-  r HAVl'i iJe-'-n r- qn^Ptpil hy seveml ivypectriblo p:\r-  1. t: 's, wluicih t-'r-n y to'Ltfo/'Iftcue^'oi tiiy.sy^tvin,  to ng.iinmtjke pubiie Lhe.iae.t ,that  ... i    ''~'\X  Mo:sesV.Hai.r,&  vri Ui i������ri: v i<: J:t n a i ,hxkss,v> ���������;"  '*'��������������� ;   *  K M-Tf >K K H A111. T R AT 1 ri B ������&)M IKfl'TUTN .* V  OK -FA\A*lN/J r >V \*\ ah;h 0fli;<inw I! v - v .  ; ���������.  "    GL'UB Sl-UJIK QK. 1)A'N iih^'K.  X ' ,.   /  ThtP is not ������ ni^n- nps^rtion en my p.ir*, a? I hove  in njy papsji'S.-i n iiu;ri T'*us tu.stimoui..l.- e^rtilying to  the sneci.wd my ivine y;.   -.   ._   .I;.   ...  I do not,t*I c airs ��������� pretend thht T c.in make thebnir  Kftvv ou li^/tds \^ri ich li-ivi! hi-1 n bald t'wr y ���������!tr?i ; bui  1-v/iil iiUiini'iHee to niop Uo> hair rt'mii f;iiSiu������ nit, to  bior-.s-isc its growth, autt Olfeclunllvr -movehenrioi*  ft������������������" ''"ff    : ' ':    ''   wYd jirisw," '  '���������'���������������������������' IJarkorville/li C.  D:muruir.  ; CERriKICATlv. ..... :   ;  .This i* to certify thut. during.. 1,'jR.t pprintj mv hair  waR r>plt:Jv falling out uun invljead w.������*"first fiocem.  i ni; < ia 1 -1. w h en I n ppl io d 1ft M r \\y. D l"10?Ei5,'Bn4uer,  Bark^rvillo, who iu a few weeks restored m</'hfcir-*to  UB former ileal thy s tnto [DAVIB'61 BBOK3   .  %$snmffto. ������w..*������*,'i������fi������,      '" ������M^^r-,  @f'Pr\-?.H'Si>i-^i#JSa  f������li^r!ri;S-;f,:?������-'r^l       r  Caut������0n aga 1������s.t i ri. i. ci'. ���������'i b"t- $������������������ u c0rf r0 fi l is  most Oi*Jii:i������-us jiioI    ti'trivfrll.i'O Uiuinonl. hfvii'8- i.  Om-us'lmI cvru.iijMe.iib rf to {.pplyHln.iwiiM 01 "VoVis* .;  U rnior'vtt>jiiYci*^ jo ij * ir t \xU iniCri" r n n jn mu s, )1'������. '.  pu Ul i' c i������ .lo r f 1 .y ��������� i n i 11; 11 cd*'" t i;u i t Ut U; J3 w s. y tVfi *���������'  cure tlo'gUiUine, in to .��������� ���������     ���������   v.    *v    ,  A^K  --FOR .LEA' ^pkERIKS* ;;&AtTS,Y  n i 1 iiit J1 Be j 1 tj������. t. *t h e j r n n in p r ������ r e * u p ( n t b i*" M'jr>. i:J 1 fc  i abklb ,- aV' Vvi /f.: ii ii (. m t 'j ik. '���������  ���������: ':  ���������'  V '*   .; *��������� ���������' -  Sunu' ot Liie fundeii .market f lift vi up be< 11 fuj J B'o '���������  Willi aspurh io,- VVrrtjctU rf-iir< f^pue* .upi 1. tl^vuipj.  'per i������n������j ii 1 ij<��������� 1 s.<������j v.- i.ieti��������� 11������������������ e n"-UH's- 01 .1.1 n :a 1*>',,J;%.*rl1 :S  have "be* n f<������rpei'f: -}'/.' ������od 1*"ijiy*  notic< :t*l*it������'t'tlo y  hyye turmshen trb'tuf- con-e> j( loo !ii> '* jil- j������< v',' 4;Y  iito-nuy to tiike in^iiini pr< over i������ij.s= ������jtUi-Tfr.M:B*  fa ctuki k b ii u il -. .vj-::. pi k :��������� o 1������m������:b, t!i ^:i 1 y ot 1. t| i������J uv  t!oij.<bv -wliu<h tlii i 1 rip 1.i mi-3 b* \ v.hh^f, d,   .     .;,-  ,Wi  As&'for LEA'"&TESRjKS' gtr,tr.c.r*3"ffj. '  ||  Name- oh Wrappert "Lat.elv EottleA",.r#"  stopper.  v* ���������'���������' "     . ;;.  Whol<^iilf������ and frrr-y.prrt by tbV VrrirU^nr. V'*  center: Crof^and rsinekwtiL I.o.m c.h.kc. kc. '���������***  bv-GToc^ri? nil1 (JiiiiH n univ<ini))y,   - . ..,  OTICE'-DENTISTRY.  . .Dr. T. J. Mills BcWcLen;  ;    ���������    Y OF  VICTOIUA,.      .r.   .. -,f ���������:;-,.;>.���������./ \  r>EGS -to" inform the.VbaUnints of Curibjo^that >���������  >   prvssing tusineKB.. tngageno nts   Wl%\Wx;rZX  irom viKiiirvirtbtio ttis y<'������-r, hut������trty������jif '������Wi'  .0 taw thai pleasure, ������rl������������n ������ uc n, lice will be fi������ lb. ;  ftuad lm

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