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 Ml  ' * r Vr ������  LM  Ki  [it  ���������*''.  /Mir;  MU  {/air  but  r. io  for  liiir  rim-  J*  ;������  IfflK  ��������� \  m  m  l"#  SwK  !B  ftflf  Vol-13...  Barkerville .William Creek, B.C., Saturday, Sept. 21,1872.  No.  21  THECARIBOO SE1TINEL  . Published every Saturday by  ROBERT HOLLO WAT.  Subscription, - - 60 Cents per Week.  .-.RATES OP ADVERTISING.  For one square (one Inch), flrstlnscrtlon,  "...    .",.. one month, <���������'  For two squares, first! nscrtion,    ���������  .'.-  * 4*  v  pue mouth, -  .  -  '-. -  $3  6  6  8  Agents for thel * Cariboo Sentinel."  VanWinkle. -  tjnesneli.nuuth.  Soil a Creek,  .Clinton j    -      -  Yale, .  "- r   -      ���������  New Westminster,  Victoria,   -  I.. V. Fisher,   ���������  Bean k Co.,  G Street,  ;"-.-    .-'    A. D. Mclnnes.  - :    Barnard*8 Express  ........... g^-^p Bvgxpress  Barnard's Express  ,  - .       do "   ,      do  -      *      John Murray'  X Y-      -      Mr. Webster.  ���������      San Francisco  -   ��������� '.-���������'.  San Francisco  SO Corrih'Ul, Londoii,;E.C.  VH H CARIBOO SENTINEL  Cards, Circulars, Posters and Programmes for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments ���������  /^Executed with neatn es* and dispatch -jfjaf  ' Terms moderate.  ; WEDNESDAY, SEPT; 18, 1872.  JL~IMi  QUESNELMOUTH..  Quesnelmouth, Sept. 17���������Tbe pumps for  the Vancouver-Co. arrived per last steamer.  Dero'che and Barlow's teams left' for Barker villft.  An Indian messenger to Mr Fitzgerald, with  instructions as to prisoners and witnesses in  tbe murder case, left for Omineca yesterday  morning.  Grain tvnd hay are coming into market at  5c and 2jc per lb. respectively.  CLINTON. -  Clinton. Sept. 17���������Passed up this morning  (nth):*���������Pearson Bros, two-horse teams;;  Lawrence & Bailey:s mule teams; Rider's ox-  te������im; all bound for Soda Creek. Joe  Fletcher passed up with a band of cattle for  Eleiore's ranch. Tbe McGinley troupe leave  lor the Pavilion races to-morrow. The  weather continues fine and favorable for  crops.  YALE.  Yale, Sept. 17���������Barnard's Express left at 5  a.m. yesterday, with the mails, a heavy express, and the. folio wing-passengers: E.Marvin, Soda Creek ; Smith, Lytton ; Mr Griffin,  150 mile house ; J. Guichon, Chapman's Bar;  N. Gayette, Lytton.  The Suspension Bridge will be open all day  on Wednesday. . ���������������������������*  McDonald's mule team loaded up and  started torday for up-country. McKay's bull  team arrived to-day and is now loading.���������  Catalan^ mule; train left this morning. Mc  OuUiim's aiid Guitaro's trains are now waiting their loads!  VICTORIA.  Victoria, Sept. U���������The Mechanics7 Insti  tute annual picnic was held on Saturday at  the Caledonia grounds, Cook street. The Institute will probably nett a hundred dollars  A letter has been received in town which  gays there is great reason to fear the British  Government has lost San Juan.  The Lieutenant-Governor will shortly leave  for the upper country, and will meet Mr Sand-  ford Fleming, who is crossing the mountains  from Canada,  The young man Cavanaugh, whose leg was  amputated on Friday at the Royal Hospital,  died on Saturday morning.  Fourteen tons of anthracite coal came down  on the Otter from Skidegato yesterday.  EUROPEAN.  "Geneva, Sept. 13���������Gentlemen of the Court  of Arbitration returned to Geneva'tO'fe;  aftd express themselves highly gratified at reception at Berne; Tbe final sitting of;tbe  Board to-morrow will be private, with the exception of the presence of a few ladies aud  distinguished persons specially invited.  London,.Sept. 13-r-Parliamentary.olectioJiB  to-day at Preston were attended with great  excitement. Contest very close; both sides  claim success.   .      -��������� \  . Paris, Sept. 13-^-It is reported that the trial  of Marshal Bazaine has brought forward facts  of great gravity.,  .--"   -. ���������-.  : Brussels, Sept. 13-r.The coal pits near Heir-  ristal,on the Meuse, were accidentally flooded  to-day while tbs men were at work. ..The  inundation was so sudden that 25 men were  drowned. ..V  Geneva, Sept. 14���������The Arbitration Board  sat to half-past 12" tbis morning. Five arbitrators, several reporters, and 12 journalists  were present. Count Scblopsis, President, of  the Court, read arguments of arbitration coat  curring in decision of tribunal. : It was announced that amount awarded the United  States .is $15,000,000 in gold. \Sir Alexander  Cockburn refused to sign tbe decision of the  Tribunal. . Count Schlopsis was applauded  when he concluded. After tho adjournment  of the Court 21 guns were fired in :honorf of  closing of labors. The English representatives leave on Monday, American on Tuesday.  ��������� -London,Sept. 14���������Caldwell, Secretary of  War, witnessed the autumnal ��������� manoeuvre of  troops. The Prince of Wales, the Duke of  Cumberland, and Prince Teck were present.  I At Preston the Conservative candidate was  elected;  : New York, Sept. 14���������A Paris-letter reports  ah interview with Archbishop Bupanloup.  The Archbishop says be casts no doubt upon  the. patriotism of President Thiers, but refuses to accept his administration of the Government as tending to secure the prosperity  and consolidation of France. Archbishop  Dupanloup's choice for the Presidency is  MacMation, and he has gloomy apprehensions  ofGambetta.  Geneva, Sept. 15���������Count*Sylopsis left this  morning for Italy, . Chief Justice Cockburn,  Sir Ronndell Palmer and Professor Montague  Bernard, with families, took the afternoon  train for Paris.  London, Sept. 15���������As Princo Arthur is  soon to visit Birmingham the authorities marie  j the usual appropriations for.expenses pf his  reception.   The Republican Club of that city  at a recent meeting protested against the increase of local rates for such purposes, declaring illuminations nod banquets at public  "expense on these occasions no longer in accordance with the spirit of tbe age.  . Madrid, Sept. 15���������King Amandeus, in his  speech at the opening of the Cortes, declared  Government was determined to subdue the  revolution in Cuba, and tbat additional troops  would be sent to end the war. '  Madrid, Sept. 17���������The King opened the  Cortes to-day. Diplomatic relations are Btill  broken with the Papal See.  London, Sept. 17���������The arrest of Edmond  About assumes a serious aspect and causes  considerable excitement. He is 'confined at  Strasbourg,,and his wife and children are not  permitted to see fiim.  A special says tbe representatives of the  Cuba Junta are in council arranging for a  loan of 2,500,000 for purchase of war materiel. ' -' *'.  Brussels, Sept. 16���������The Nord publishes, In  the interest of the Russian Government, a denial of the report that the Czar will demand  the abrogation of the Treaty of Paris.  London, Sept. 16���������Charles Sumner arrived  at Liverpool on Saturday.  Geneva, Sept. 1.6���������The opinion of Sir Alex.  Cockburn, the British arbitrator,dissents from  the decision of ;tho other arbitrators on the  Alabama claims.-  Constantinople, Sept 16���������-It is understood  trouble has arisen regarding annual tribute  of $200,000 paid to the Sultan by tbe Government of Montenegro, and that war will follow.  : Paris,. Sept. 16���������President Thiers, when  visiting the'Shenandoah, complimented Commodore Wells on the excellent condition of  the ship and discipline of the crew, and expressed a hope that friendly relations would  always endure between France and tbe United  States.   *  UNITED STATES. ���������/*.  ; New York, Sept ife-James Watts was  found dead in bed at Park House, Chatham  street, last night; His face and neck were  shockingly cut. ������������������ - ������������������    --.  New York, Sept; 16���������A Washington special  says awards of'Geneva tribunal:quietiy received in official circles. The award coverB  fully-, all that^ American members expected  oould be awarded, while the Bum is actually  short of what* English members conceded  might be due. .   ,_  '; New: York j Sept. 16���������A, London dispatch  says that Edmond About, a well-known political writer, has been arrested near Sirasburg,  by; the German authorities. M. About is  though"); to have offended Germany In some of  his late writings not yet published..  MISCELLANEOUS,  m  WILL NOW SELL AT VANWINKLE  and        -��������� ���������������������������'-'.- ' '  ��������� '  BAHKEKVILLE  BEEP At A SMALL PROFIT,-and will continue to (Jo so aa. long as tho public extend their  patrouage.,.'  .   .  J. W. LINDHARD.  ���������'������$_. REMEifBER THE STORE ?���������������������*   ' '" :  Upper end of Barkerville.  * * au31  MISCELLANEOUS.  Express Line Stages  CARRYING H. M. MAILS,  MAKE  Regular   Weekly   Trips  from Barkerville,  RARMRD'S EXPRESS  . STAG-ES  ?  Under temporary arrangement for convey-  . :   ance of the Mails from  Cache Creek to Okanagaix.  The undersigned bas placed a line of Passenger Stages oa the  Running in close connection with the Stages  from Yale to Barkerville.  Persons visiting the,Okariagan District will  find this by far the most convenient mode of  travel..- "   ,/; ' ��������� -   '  $&" Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock, and will return  tbe following week in time to connect with  the Stages going North and South.  Will be transacted over the route.   Freight  carried.     Parcels delivered.    Commissions  executed.' Collections made.  Mi'24 2m F. J* BARNAEB & CO.  Van- Volkenburgli & Co*  M^tail Birichers  Barkerville,  Riehfield  ���������Asd-  A SUPPLY OF THE  BEST QU4IITY OFjFEESH 1EAT8  ALWAYS ,ON SAND.  dumber!  Lunaber!  RE prepared to furnish. Lumber at tbelrJJillUs,  WiUiam Creek, or deliver It to order. :  LUMBER DELIVEREI) ON LIGHTNING^  CREEK.      .  Havlnp a HanlnggMachlne In operation ther will  alsoIurnisU ; ���������  ���������     .       :  at satisfactory rates.  neli  A.     PEFDOLAj.-  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION;,' STORAGE,  Groceries, Provisions'  .Liquors.  DEPOT    FOR  tny2u  Has commenced her "Weekly Trips, leaving  Quesnel on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek on,  FRIDAYS at daylight.  Passage,  Frisioiit,  '-\ '.'���������-,A ^  1 cent per lb.  ������50" Goods consigned to us from below  forwarded Free of Charge for Storage or  Commission. MARY^ & WRIGHIV ,1PV  aUBMS-UJIja  tti E CAliTBOO SENTINEL  "   ���������   -SATURDAY, SEPTll, 1S72" [     . '  THE  CHIEF COMMiS^rONER : ATSD-  SPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT, .;  R*S-  *No dowfet the inter-bdnrfBtanieationa which  ���������occasionally ta"ke place between honorable  Tjn embers an d th err cons Mtu enciea n aye a ten-  'denjcyl to .fester and keep up ti friendly and  satisfactory feeling on both >sides, and It is  trident.that sncli was the eaae in this district  ���������after Mr Walkem had concluded fits address  to the electors of;this constituency during the  course of last weeK The Chief Commissioner  ^of Lands and Works certainly came before  liij -constituents ^Ancler favofaftlo . circura-  ^tancea, but that simply arone from the fact  -that he has so far and to Ibe best of his ability  **nd in most cases, successfully: fulfill ed nil  -pledges made by hfm on' the hustings. Under  'these circumstances it was only natural -that  "ills reception should have been a cordial one.  and that he should experience that'amonnt of  -BatlsfactTon'thereat to which *he gave expression at the; Theatre.   It.iSvUo purpose of ours  now .to review the measures (alluded to in  ���������of  which must certainly to some extent re-  -*lonnd to tbe credit of the present Administration, but we cannot allow- the occasion to  p a ss wi thou fc tak 'nig ad vantage of t h e opp or-  tunify to express our satisfactiori at the so far  SHCCfcssful Bolutiph of ttie}problem tQf Respon-  sibie^Goyernmerii   When that form of Gov-;  ernroent.wns first Introduced it was boldly  asserted by its opponents that it would end  In disaster and;result in failure, and even its  greatest friends and strongest supporters felt  thatlt was abdntTo be" tried tinder circumstances of peculiar  difficulty; and danger.  The different sec tion s of coun try and < the.  people Who inhabited therriwere in many  respects so peculiarly situated that it was ar-  piiM that it would be impossible toilnd men  ��������� capable of. representing the. various .districts  who would r be ;abl0\ to devote the requisite  ntme and attention to the labors of legislation,  -nod it was even doubted whether the amount  of: abi I i ty requisite to. carry on the Govern-  ment of the'Province existed within its limits.  'The result, however, has been a complete  ���������answer to such objections ub "these.. The first  ^essioo of our ProvineiaTParliament has now  i ....  been over for some  time,  and on looking  calmly over its acts and tbe results of the  different measures whieh were passed,  we  must certainly feci some satisfaction at What  w������ consider its successful trial.   Nor do we  -think this success as by any means wholly  owing to the Ministry who were placed at the  bead of offairs, for the mistakes; made ;;by  them would most assuredly under other circumstances have caused their defeat; but we  #!o attribute it In many respects to the forbearance "and good feeling which prevailed  ���������among tbe independent members.   Besides.  it is very evident that the assistance obtained  'from the gentleman"who has the hono������$3ict-'  *3ng as Lieutenant-Governor of this Province  was most materia I,y Mr Trutch?s great ex*  periencn, administrative capacity and ability  must have been an invaluable aid to a Ministry which, whatever the qualifications of its  component parts might be, was as a whole  untried and inexperienced*.   When, therefore,  Ifr Walkem said  "that, the  Ministry are  ���������*rlareely;.;indebted  to  his experierice,"his  '" patience, and his unremitting toil for their  '���������success," we feel perfectly satisfied that he  ���������was only paying a just'tribute to the merits  .of one whose capacity for Government has  been unexcelled in this Province.   All this  however, only .proves that (he elements of a  ���������successful administration of Government did  exist,jindetiH exist, among uf������, and that the  experiment made was not Mutinied or prema**  ������~-~'   It is quite possible that before another  Lv Memoriam.���������On Saturday, the 7th inst.,  a handsome monument was erected to the  memory of the late Cnartres Brew, Esq., for-J  merly Gold Commissioner for this district  j The body of the monument or tablet, which  is placed in an erect position at the head of  the grave of the deceased gentleman is made  of wood, the only material obtainable here. J  Into this is very neatly set a large iron plate-  or casting, on the luce of which appears tbe  following inscription or epitaph iu  raised  letters:  .,-....���������..:In Memoiy, - ���������  of  -..-"���������-...    -CHARTRE9 BREW,. -.-.;; '  BornutCorHfln,  County Clare, Ireland, ���������'���������  :. 31st Dec, 1815,  DiOd at Richfield, :  ' 31st May, 1S70,  _' XXK-A *3old Commissioner ���������   -      ' ������������������-  and County Court Judye. '  ���������   , A Man  ���������.Imperturbable-. ".  In couragejind temper,.  .Endowed   ���������  -with a great and Varied  ������'*'' .      Administrative capacity,  -   . A most r������.idy wit,  -A most pure integrity,  and  A most humano heart,   "';  The tnomiment is exceedingly chaste in appearance, and was designed by Chief Justice  Begbie, who has taken thegreatestinterest in  thus commemorating the virtues of a friend.  The castings- were executed at the Victoria  Foundry under the nble superintendence of  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  Tl  HAVING DISPOSED OF/ OUK  ontir������* business.to Messrs.; NEU-  FELDER k CO., wo "would thank tlie  public for their-kind patronage; and ask a  coutinuah'co of the same ibr our succcs*  sors, . ,    .  Sir MA'KCUS WOLFE is our authorized  A sent, who will pay all liabilities, aiid to  whom all accounts must be paid.   .   ��������� ���������'":  Wo would here request all those indebted to ,us. either by Sfcte or Book Account,.to make as speedy a settlement as  possible.  OPPENHEIMER BROS. ;  RarVc^rvillo, Sept. 13,1S72.      ,; <;���������        .  HI?W ADVERTISEMENTS.  Lost or Strayed;  CAKE TO ICY RREMTSFS,' ONE JJvmrjOLORFn  .-DOG, on Sentembcr 6tb.   Any person can S  the same by proving property and paying expense*  ;���������-:'       Apply at the Kennel,   '.      ���������/-:.\-   .        y.'.  ������������������ V.; -,'" A. Hk WALLACK,   ���������  gel^ *m, .���������������������������'.   .. Thirteen ilile House,  IN THE SUPREME COURT oi^lSirf  . v   COLUMBIA. :  Id the toatter of Coux ChisHOLm', deceased  .'":.'��������� : intestate.  .4 IX PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ;AR0VE E?.  .A ��������� ta tea re required to-pay such de!)t{} iDime'di.  ately, and nil persons who have cluims. aKainst such  Estate are required to send them in to me on or be  fore the FIRST OAY OF NOVEMBER next.  C. ������: POOLEV, .;���������.  Official Administrator.  RichDcid, Sept. 9; 1S72. sol4  "the Chief Commissioner's speech) the passage J Mr Spratt, who' took. the greatest "'pains ih  1 seeing the work properly done, it being the  first ^work of tbe kind executed ia this  Province.  ; DEPARTDRE.~Mr Isaac Oppenheimer; of the  enterprising and well known firnrof Oppenheimer Bros.. left this place by Barnard &  Co.?s last Express, that firm having closed out  their business here. Jifr Oppenbeimer's de-  par (jire;.. will be regretted by all who had the  pleasure of his acquaintance. His liberality  in.dealing made him .respected by all who  came in contact with him in business matters,  and bis urbanity of manner and courteous  disposition caused him to be a favorite with:  all with whom he was more intimately acquainted, ilr Oppenheimer was ever foremost in all works of charity and undertakings  of a public character, having been one of tbe  originators and most liberal supporters of the  Williams Creek Eire. Brigade, of which he  wasfor some time Captain. Mr Oppehbeim-'  er?s enterprise,public spirit.and gentlemanly  conduct will cause his departure to be'felt as  a Jos? by; all; classes of the' community.  Every one here wishes him a long continuance of health nnd prosperity. ;  .NOTICE.  -.'.HorsE-OF Assembly, 2<i August, $872. ������������������������������������  Extract from Rules relative to Private Bills.  NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS.  BRITISH eloquence; by goomcm.  ANY PERSON haviacj in bis possession tho copy of  this  work,   in   which  tho  name   "GEO.  A.  WALKtiJf " is'written, is reque?to������i to ler.vo the same  immediately at the store of D. Kurtz, Barkerville.  m       _ ALES. E. II.  DAVIE.  Sept. 20. Kc21  Lest,  ture. .       .   -.  rjRpssion shall have passed over our.heads it  -will be found that mistakes have been made,  l)u,t snob are inseparable from, the carrying;  into effect df snob schemes as "'Responsible  <TOvernment. It is quite clear, therefore,  that the experiment has been so far successful, nor do we .-anticipate, its failure at any  fuibsequent.period. fOirthe contrary, we entertain the strongest belief that at no time in J  ibe future will there be found wanting in this  Province that amount'of ability and adrainis-  iratiye talent which is required for a due and  proper government of its affairs,   Let con*  N OR AROUT THB I2th SEPTEMRER. inst..  ,,TWO DEPOSIT KECEI1TS, in favor of Betsy, an  Indian .woman, ..payable, a t the Ban k of. Bri ti sh North  America^ kbearing; date'Tespcotiyely- July 10th,^872,  and August 81st, 1S72, for tho respective sums of  ���������:$lS0and-$100..!:v.YY' :.��������� XcX'-X:  ."Payment of the above Deposit Receipts, which.are  valueless to any one but the;owner, has been stepped.  Any person finding the same is requested to send  them by Tost cither to the Bank ot British North  America or the Sbntixbl Office. ' " ���������*  ;-., Barkerville, Sept. 18, .1872,.... ������e2i Itn  Tenders Wanted.  TENDERS for tho erection of a LOG STABLE  will bo received hy mo at tho Town of Stanley,  Lightning Creek, up to TUlBSOAIf. KVJSNING,'thc 1st  October, :   ,,...  . The building to bo of the following dimensions, viz :  40 by 2a feet in the clear ; 10 Stalls on t'och side,,  fWith.accommodation for 20 horses; a good substantial  JjolVlO f������ot 'w the clear from tho ground floor, with  double doors.  Tho bulbllng to be commenced Immediately, and  flu (failed with a view to,-com fort aud durability. The  main walls to he 15 feet riigh.  SAMUEL PARKER.  lightning Creek, Sept 18, so21 It  ^ 50. All applications for Private Bills, * properly the  subject of legislation by tbe Legislative Assembly of  British Columbia, within the purview of "The British  North America Act, 1867," whether tor the erection' of  a Bridge, the making of a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or  Telegraph Lino4 the construction or improvement of.a  Harbor, Canal, Lock. Dam or Slide, or other like work;  tho granting of a right of Ferry!; the Incorporation of  any particular trade or calling, or of any/Joint Stock  Company: or otherwise for graniiog tb any individual  or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever.- or for doing,any .matter'or-.thing  which in its'operation would affect the rightor prop.  erty of other par tics, or relate u any particular class  of the community; or for makingTiny amendment of a  like nature to any former Act, sball require n Kotice,  clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and olijcct  of tho application, to bo published a.s follows,'viz.: .  ���������: A Notice inserted in the Rrltisii Colunibic Gazette,  and in.one .newspaper published in th������ district af.  fected, or if there be no newspaper published therein,  then in a newspaper in the next nearest district in  which a newspaper is Published.  JSST" Such notice shall be continued in.each case for  a period of at least six weeks, during the .interval* of  time between.the closo of the next preceding Session  and the.consideration of the petition.;  51. Before any 1'ciltion praying 1 or leavo [o*bring  In a Private Bill for the erection of a Toll Bridge is  presented to the House; tlie person or persons intending to petition for such Bill shall,, upon giviug the notice prescribed in the prucediag Rule, also at the same  tinif\ aud in the s-������ me manner, givenotice of the rates  which they intends ask, the extent ot tho privilege,  the height of tho arches, the interval between tho  abutments or piers for the passage of'rafts or vessels,  and mentioning also whether tli������y intend to erect a  drawbridge or not, and the tMmensions of tho same.  CKARI.B3 GOOP,  ���������  se21 Im Clerk of the Legislative Asstmbly.  IN THS SUPRJ3MD COURT OF BRITISH  COLUjMBIA.  In tbe matter of Nicholas Bailkt, deceased,  intestate.  A LL PERSONS rKDEBTED TO THE AROVR Eg.  IX. tate are required -to pay such debts . immeili*  alely; and ali persons who havo claims against h-iich  Estate nnK required to send tli em in to mo on or before  the FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER next.  C. IC   POOLRY,  Ofllcial Administrator.  ; Richfield ..Sept. 0. ?872.    ������������������  B^rikruptcy Notice,   ���������  WHER12AS A. PETITION FOR ADJUDI-  catiou or Bankruptcy, boaring date the 2d of  Scptemher, 1^72, hath been dnlv .fil^:l against  BENItY STEKL, or Sofia Creek, in the Province of  British Columbia, Trader, and behaving been declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender  h i ni'sel f i 0 . th e Honoral do Ma'ttl������e w" Bat 13 i 0 B ������*gh ie,  Chief Justice b] Our Supreme Court sitting in Bank-,  r'u j) t cy." oil ti j v 1 V,th'rrin v of S< * |) temb er n ex t , a t QU1CS-  NELMO.UTH, at II o'clock in tbe forenoon precisriy,  an! on Wednesday, the inth}October next, at tho  Court House, Victoria, at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon,  precisely; and niako a (nil discovery and di-dosureof  his estato aud etli*cts, \ehon and 'where I lie credit������������rs  aro to come to prove their debts, and at the nr*i  sitting to choose Assignees: aud at tlie last sittingih'iir'  said Bankrupt is reiiuirctf to finish hi" examinniiuV.  -\ll persons iudebted to the said Bankrupt, or ih������t  have any of his effects, are not to p.iy ������<r d'-livrr tlie  same but to .Clms. E. Pooley, the OJIici-*l Arisjguev,  whom the Court has appointed.  OHASyE. FOOLEY.  .        Official 'AS!������ieri������*������.  Dated Quesnel, 2d September, 1572.   ;      Si-7 Inr  a.  THEATRE ROYAL  Mavagkk,   -.       ...  h'KCKKTARY k TREAS'JRiOi,  &ta<;k Manaujk'k, ���������   -   -  Cosruii^a,   .....  M.arcus Wolfs.  Wsr. McColi:.  J. 2. Horou  F. J'JUiliKTT.  Saturday Eve'g:, Sept. 21,  The. Cariboo Amateur DraniaUo Associhtion will;.per-  ,",form the ,Ongihid BOniaii tic ���������.Drama, in Uvo Acts  by H. Wil Us, Esq., en li tl ed    .  t my YsivS iTd'LE������K's;-  ':���������>��������� ���������A-A^A.r^A^Mm^y- "AyrAAA : .:-;:.  Claudo Darmaud (tjie Denouncer), - -L,-B, Fisher. ;  Simon Siggel {his Servant),   -   -   -   Gomar.l'ohns.  Adolphe de Briancpurt (a Nobleman), J. S Thompson.  Gus tavus (his friend),      - - -: - ������'���������   -   M; Wolfe.  Laltoso (a Merchant),     - .���������������'.'������-, ^.^'.'JBow^qo,,/ -  Mynheer Hiuis Hoogiidt (a-) ������. PAri,rtu ..    )  Dutchman). |F. Ferret,       |    Thfl  Mat O'Hea (an Irishman),    J. H. Sullivan )   Three  John Brown <an: English-W- HU(jgon":-   fTLIuvPs-  Pierre (OfllcVr of Police),   -   -   -. -   H. HcDermntl  Victor!ne (the Denouncer's daughter), l-'lorenco Wilson  [Soldiers, Townspeople &c] '������������������  [IntormlssiQu of FiveMiuutcs between Acts.]  Selection, - - ������ Orchestra.  Kccitatkm (hy request!, ������������������        -   .     Oon'iar Johns,  "The Lady Jane was tall end thia,  Tli0 Lad y Jane was fair.������������  Comic Song, - ������������������.      - Thos. Harding,  GGD SAVE THE QUEEN 1  Tlie Registration of  Birtlis, Deaths and Marriages Act, XB72."        ���������  NOTICE.  PUBLIC JvOTTCE is hereby given, that from ami  niter tht? 1st day of September next, all BirLln*,  Death- nod Marriages within the Province ol British  OoSunihia are to be Registered under the provisions of  14 Tire KcgtKtrdtiou of Births, Deaths and Marriage's  Act, 185V1 J"t. the Office Of the District Registrar of  the District'whrrein the same respectively sh;dl taks  place, and wilbin the times following, tbat is to say:  iJTilTHS���������Within 60 days from tho date thereof.  JfiCATlLS���������Within 30 days after iuh-rmeul;    '  M MIK1A (J KS���������W i t h in .90 cl ays I'roi u th e da te t hereof.  Every Housoliohler, Head of a Family. Clergyman,  Physician, <������r oilier person or persons, required by tim  said Act to report Births, Deaths Jtnd Marriages* who  refuses, or wilfully neglects, to do so, within, tue,times,  before -nana ed-, will be liable to a penalty lor each and '���������'���������.  every. oltVuoe of -not less than Five Dollars or irioro .r  than IVenty Dollars, to he 'recovered with costs before any Justice of the Peace having jurisdiction Within  the loco I i ty w h e ro any such olleuee is couiml ttcd-  against thu.said Act. .... ..������������������.,,'.  ".������������������*-.'.���������' By command,  K. B. W. AIKMAK,  Registrar General.  Land Registry Ofllco,       1  .   Aug. 3t, 1872. J Y.sel4  :������Htueneie3, therefore, when tbe opportunity  -rtm*' put -Mhe right man in tlie right place." *  *&m fear ma tLe.TcauH.^a.be felt,      i JB&- Cousignments from below etolicflteO.  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  G^WERAL   .MERCHANDIZE,  Mavingrpurchasedtbe House and Stock pf  Messrs Oppenheimer Bros.  Together with  com-  j$gj* Doors open  at H ���������   Entertainment to  meoce at half:paat Eight oJclock,  Tickets, $1; Reserved seats, $1 50���������to be had of  W. McCoil, Assay Ottlco.  4 LL. PERSONS HAVING- CLAIMS OR  iX demands against me ior Money or Chattels connected with my business in Barkerville or my hi to  business at the Last Chance Store, Lightning Creek  are. requested to present the same to mo at Barker!  ville on or before tho end of tho month; and all per-  sons indebted to mc are requested to call and settle  ������������������their accounts on or before such period, otherwise  snob accounts, will bo placed iu the hands of a Col-  #J lector.  .    -   ,      ���������     :, P. MANETTA.  I   BaricrvlHo, 12tb S5pteinbert 1872, mlilm  GENTLEMEN ARE CAUTIONED  NOT   TO   VISIT  THE  ELDOMDO,  although it is generally conceded that.the  LIQUORS and CIG-ABS  aro of the FIRST QUALITY, and the  are.not the most iufcilor in Barkcrville.  And further,  the proprietor,  endeavors to make his patrons as comfortable as possible by furnishing n. yroat number of the most inter*  esting NEWSPAPERS, and studying their other comforts. -.''���������'" Y;      .....  Yet, as tho times aro so dull and money .scarce, 'tt  would be well for all his old patrons and friends In:  the community not to visit tho EldoradoJ ���������: '  Rarkorvillo, August 31, 1872.        ��������� auSl lm:  rpHE TJNDEESIG-NED HAS BECEIVED  X    instruction?! to oiler to Loan on Good Security a  few Thousand Dollars, in sums to suit tho applicants.  ALEX, E. B. DAVIJE, Solicitor.  Barkmille, August 8,1872. aul0 2uj  f  Jl  m  mm  55 &S/A  ljWT7������iwr ;j-������-~tv;!������.-.. THE CARIBOO SEFfMEl  SATURDAY, SEPT; 21; 1872,  with interviews from American counsel, aud  partially adverse awards are directed rather  by a desire for compromise than by equity.  The whole proceedings in connection with .the  arbitration ere entirely unsatisfactory to England*       '  .   ���������.���������.���������. ��������� *x -<a������    >��������� ������������������'.  m-  m  QUESNELMQU^H.^ a *. _  Quesnelmouth, Sept. 2Qr--A Urge nnmt>e|  of old,British Colnmbtans have arrived here  <liirin|j. the-past few ^iay������ froni: Omfneca, vJsw  jlfessrs*. BaUantine,-: Harvey, Landers, Kohn.  Turk. Faeey, Terry, Cargyfe, Latimer,, Welsh,  "McKinley. and several others.. Fr*pm $12,000  to $16,000 in gold dust'.oama':down in* the jiow>  THE INDEMNITY QUESTION.  | This once much vexed, question may ncnv,  as far as tbe conduct of the Cariboo members  in relation thereto is concerned, be considered a settled matter. "When the question  first arose in the Legislature ft* was generally  felt that the present rate of indemnity to  members-'of -that:body was altogether too  Nor was this feeling confined to the  KINING TNTELLIGB.NCE.  . .The Ballarat CO. wero engaged last week in  running a prospecting drive and obtained 30  ozC on tha two last clays * of the, wee*k ���������; pay  (rood, but diggings wet and  consequently  rather difficult"to work.  FRENCH CREBE.  The Ambrose co. have run their tunnel  feet in the last two weeks.  , Provisions are -very' cheap,v there; 'being  enough on band to supply tho market for''  nearly tbo whole of next season. Dry goods  also plentiful: .A pood many;old Cariboo  hands* .will be "bacU Jjere' by winter {tme^buf  the majority aTeioaving by Skeena.''������������������<    Ay  50  COUNTY COURT.  anil  **& steamer Victoria Brr!������e3 here at. 2.301 members themselves, for it ina shared ia by  the great' bulk of electors.   This was most  especially the casein this district, where the  I  1  I  w  iHf  m  1111  1  B  ���������  H  i  m  m  I  if  p.m., with about 30 Ions freight. A: Pendola,  130 pk<?s ; VaUlanconr & Co., 2 pkgs; Kurtz,  4; T. Fletcher. 24;; J. Peebles, 41., .;  The farmers in the vicinity ot Soda Creek  and Williams Lake' have finished threshing,  and the crops generally, are very pood.  Barnard s Express .left for BftTkerville at  3.30 p.m. with three passengers..,  : '''blije'ti^t.-V.; .;,  127-Mile House*. Sept. 2d���������Chief .Justice  Begbie, Mr Registrar Pooley, and Ron. G. A.  Walkem left here yesterday morning en route  to Clinton.     ,..:,. ';���������"..' :".' !-���������'-. "7*;v.  Mr R. McLennan passed down two days  aero to meet. Air Mahood and' 'party, who are  expected out from 'fete. Jeune Cache tbisi  iwekat the t08mile'pdst.; ������������������  .,.'..,    ;"���������  M r G- R. Wright and -thr^e men have started  for the Cache, Capt. Wright expect*?..to .be  gone about a month.  Se ver, 11 ��������� I ar sje ox-teanifl-;'have- passed this  week loaded for fcarkervilie.' Pearson'a team  is expected tomorrow. :      ;��������� ./���������' A\ ,:X\  ;' .^cWton::.'..^'  Clinton^ Sept 20���������Arrivals for Pavilion  TiiceS continue. No (earos have passed since  last dispatch. This section of country wae  visited by hVavy win da on the night of 18tb  1 _<t;. pr^trating, the telegraph line for several  miles north and south of this place. Weather  flasr. night qui fo cold; forming ice half an inch  *nick.  ' ' YALE. ��������� -  ' Ya 1 e.- ?��������� 'p"t, X*nXr- As 'there are. hoI'mfflcletit  men on this section of road to repair the Su'������-  jjHisjpn and Spuzzum bridges at. the same  ti.irik the latter will remaiu open to,,traffic  until ra������*n can be spared t'i'om the former.  . FIih Honor the. Lieut. Governor and suite  i\ ve e x pect e d at Tu le by S lib d ay7* 'steamer en  roii*������ to Cariboo/  The exceedingly stormy weather of night  Iti>fore last prostrated, tbe linen south of this  point so* iliat they have not yet been placed  in working order.  VICTORIA.  Victoria, Sept. 18���������Hall, who was charped  with shooting an Indian woman, who has  since diejf, wua sent tip for trial on Monday.  An English and American mail was received by fee North Pacific on Monday.  Dominion Lodge, No. 4.1. O. O. F., was installed on Monday evening.  It in announced that the Goliah. will take  the place temporarily of the North Pacific to  run hetween the Sound ports and Victoria.���������  The North Pacific has been chartered to con-  vey around the waters of tho Sound the directors and other gentlemen of the Northern  Pacific Railroad Co. who are expected next  week.  Tho steamer Douglas will in future call at  ttonrgoyne Bay on her way up and down  from Nanarmo.     .  The reported death of C. B. Young in Mexico proves to. bo unfounded. .   .  A Kootcuity mail goes up on Friday next.  Mr Howse, Lands and Works Department,  left yesterday to make the Semiummoo trail.  EUROPEAN.  Berlin, Sept. 17���������Government bag issued a  second   circular  in still  more threatening  terms than the original one, against emigrants,  whom it declares will be treated as outlaws.  people generally felt that their representatives  were in some way or another entitled to a  larger rate of remuneration for their services  than those < whose permanent place ot abode  was at tho seat of Government. Nor has this  arisen in any way from a feeling of jealousy.  If was simply felt that those who were drawn  away from their places of business to a distance, and had to Minder take,,an arduous  journey at a most inclement season of the  year, when they were liable to berdetained  oa ��������� tte road for weeks at a time, and who-  from the circumstances of, the case were compelled to resort to expensive hotels during  their stay at the capital, ought, in some way  to receive such a remuneration as would t6 a  certain extent compensate them for the en-  larged expenses and in creased, troubles which  tbey had to incur and endure, when compared  to those who were jmpro favorably and fortunately'situated ; and. as a matter of course,  it was at once seen that the farther the distance whieVrepresentatiyes were compelled  to-travel in order to reach the seat of Government, the more multiplied became the inconveniences which .they had- to suffer, and  proportionately greater' became, the cost of  travel.   Such being the case, the course taken  by the independent'members during the last j  session will only appear 'natural-, though from  the ca relessoess, qf the Min 13try. in the first  instance in not properly consi il eri ng the question, it very nearly ended in their defeat. On  the whole, however, we think that it will be  generally conceded that the course ultimately  adopted by the Ministry in regard to this  matter was the besi under the circumstances.  It was very generally felt that it would be  much better for members to go back to. their  constituents and obtain their sentiments on  tho Biibject before they undertook to legislate  money, no matter how small the amount,-out  of the public colters iuto their own pockets.  In this district, as our readers are well aware.  the question has already arisen ia a perhaps  somewhat no le worthy manner.    Occurring  during the last election for a vacant seat, the  question  was   positively  avoided   by   the  winning candidate, who', however, pledged  himself to meet bis constituents and ascertain  tbeir views on tbo subject before leaving for  the seat of Government.  It is needless to say  that he was upheld in that course by the majority of the electors of this district.   But the  trouble of ascertaining the views ot his con  stituents ou the subject has been iaken from  bis shoulders by his senior colleague in tbe  representation of this district, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, who as a  member of the Government lias taken the  opinion of this constituency in the matter.  At the meeting in Barkcrville held last week,  it was decided that seven dollars per day, including travelling days, was, a fair rate of remuneration.; it being .0f course understo0d  that this is exclusive of mileage.   We think  that no more equitable rule could be adopted.  >   ;'.'-:..   :.-*! GOLpCEEEK.'"  On this new creek the following claims are  atwork:~The Alabama co. is down 17 ieet  with a-sbaft, and having met with some water  [have, put in a 4-inch pump. The Discovery  co. have sawed out lumber for a set of sluice-  boxes, which they are now setting. .-The  Florida co. is assisting tbe Alabama co.., Ani  olher company above is also assisting the  Alabama co. Some fine gold has been found  on the high rock in the Florida oo., and all  parties are sanguine of finding pay.  LIGHTING CREEK.  The R039 co., is paying wall. The Light-'  ning 00. liad a cave in their diggings but have]  again commenced work. The South.Wales  co. are working on-tbe sides of the main drift  and taking out some pay. The Spruce co.  have struck bed rock in. their shaft and are  -sinking'--in it. The Point co. paid 58 oz. last  week.; The Van winkle- 00. are still running  their drain. The Vancouver and; Victoria  companies', are preparing ..to go to work when  their.pumps amv������. The Clark co.-are-on  pay. The Gladstone co. have commenced  running the lower drive ahead, haviog completed the top drive.which had been run.for  .the--purpose of drainage; this company is  finding, gold, but the rock is: still,, pitching.���������  The Water. Lily have their shaft puddled ; are  digging- a ditch find will put in machinery.���������  The Eleven of Eaglandjne.t.witb an accident  to their machinery, but have again commenced  work in the diggings. The West of England  have their machinery nearly completed.: .--  '    ' IIAnYfir CREEK.  Tho Perseverance1 co. have crossed the  channel and are now running' up 'stream on  bed. rock ;. have got into a. nest, of large  boulders, and willbe washing in a. day or  two.. The New Dominion co. sank a shaft af  little below their lower line and drifted upf  expecting-:to find bed rock when they reached  their lower line; they have reached tbat line  but haye failed in ob.taining bed rock, and  will have"'to go back to the shaft and work  upwards in order to obtain more drainage;  in driving up they found fair prospects in the  gravel. "Tbe Manitoba, after drifting some  distance, have .found favorable looking  ground, and are now cutting bed rock down  to obtain a favorable grade for the car. The  ���������Cu minings co. are "a till drifting up. stream  over bard smooth rock, without aa yet obtaining any favorable result. The Minnehaha  co.:are still driving their drain ahead, which  is being run for the purpose of relieving the  diggings of water. The Foster co. have com-  oleTed their machinery, which is of thestrong-  pleb  est and most substantial character, aud are  now sinking.   On  . 'KErrrjLEY creek  several claims are doing well, taking out  from'wages to $10 and $12 per day.  CUNNINGHAM CUBICE.  Tbe Cunningham- co. have sunk the old  8hatt 10 feet-deeper, and have been compelled  to make new pumps.  OMINECA NEWS.  receive a fair remuneration from the time  they leave home, and no invidious distinctions will be made between residents at the  capital and those differently situated. If the  suggestion embodied in the resolution carried here���������and it seems to us to be an equitable one���������be only adopted by the House and  Ministry, no more trouble need be apprehended on this question.      ,  Despite the Government, emigration>has only | The members from the outlying districts will  been slightly affected. .  Paris,- Sept. 15-DeRemnsat, Minister of  '"Foreign Affairs, assures tbe friends of.-M.  About he has strong hopes that ThierJs energetic intervention with the German Government will result in his release.  London, Sept. 17���������The Tory journals are  bitter over the result of the Geneva arbitration. The Advocate says the whole affair has  been played at Geneva, where England has  been adjudged to pay tribute to a country  that repudiates its own obligations. The  Herald breathes defiance and hatred against  America, and says that of course bad arbitrators decided upon -a larger aum for indemnity England would pay il, If they had  awarded nothing, America would but show  her teeth. What humiliation next awaits us*?  The Standard comments upon the award in a  similar strain, and says we went to Geneva  for*justice and recozjciUation,, but ineteaij met  Barnard's Express arrived from below  early^ on Saturday morning^ the I4th inst.,  bringing a mail, an express; and one passenger���������Mrs. Davison, from Cottonwood. The  down express left on Sunday, the 15th inst.,  with a mail, an express, and ihe following  passengers: Messrs. Isaac Oppenheimer, R.  Bishop, for Yale; and Mr Charles Kowse, lor  Clinton. Four Chinese prisoners also went  down in charge of Folic������ Constables Black  aod Rabbit >  Mr Bavid Ballantine and Mr Tboma9 Harvey, who left Manson creek on the 5th inst.,  and arrived ia Barkerville on Thursday evening, the 19th, bring tbe following news :  GKRMA.XSKN CRKEK.  The Payno co. is taking out 1 oz. per day  to tho hand. Tbe Black Jack co. is making  cood wages, and the Reliance co. Is doing the  same. The Taylor co. is making from $12 to  I oz. per day to the hand, t The Frigon co. is  dbiug well. Most of the other claims on this  creek are prospecting., Ou        .;���������.���������'���������''/.;: -\. ���������  "'        " - STATE CREEE ���������'"  The California co, has struck a good prospect  in the deep' ground. A claim in which Mr  Guichon's brother is interested has' been  taking out good pay���������as high as IOD oz. in  one week. From this claim downwards a  few companies are making wages, the others  are prospecting.   Ou  ���������'.MAXSON CREEK  Some of the companies at the upper town  (Dunkeld) are making wages. The Peterson;  (beneh) claim is also doing well. Tne com-  panies that bottomed the deep ground are  now working on high rock making small  wages.   On  ��������� '       -       .'.    LOW! CREEK    .  The Discovery co. are making over 100 oz. per  week.' lTie other companies are running tun-  i acls and prospect!^ for the lost lead.  (Before. H. XT.-Ball, Esq, Gold -Commissioner-.  '   ' Couaiy Court Judge.) '-'���������' ���������-���������.-���������'���������  Monday,' Sept. 16.  : R. LipscU cs.; John ^llins.^Actjon for  $87 75'X on order and "accounttendered.���������  Judgment confessed.   *  F. Laliier vs. Jaraes.Whearty [by.O. Glynn.],  Action for $500 for goods sup plied.'' Judgi;  ment coufessed for $227.59,-- Confession'.dot:  accepted in full, and judgment for full;  amount, ���������   ���������  Amador Co^ [by A. R. Johnson] vs. E.Har-.  per.^Action for. $127 13'for assessments.^.  Judgment by default. ^  ,.  i John Giscorae vs* ��������� W. C. Porte and R. IT,  Tbdmas^-���������Jndgmeht Bummons for $270.'.Adjourned till next Court for appearance of R*  fl. Thoinaa.  .:-"'';';Xr';:,;x:x: ���������'���������-. .^^^^^?^Pt*-J������%LC  ;.' Gero'W & Johnson vs. Wilmot.���������Wiimot vs  Gerow & Johnson.       - X:������������������< ���������   -. .��������� /-XX.'.:..*&'&������.������.  Gerow & Johnson by tbeir action claimed  a return of certain 4-horse harness, lout by  themYtgr Wilmot,-r;of;. $^^e;y������l^o"oi;.tti9t;  harness     - * ���������      ���������- '"���������������������������    .v*..'  ��������� Wilw'ot, In hia cross-action, claimed $25 for  a robo supplied to Gerow & Johnson, $25 for.,  freigbt oa a wagon to Quesnel, $4 for balance  due on mail account, and $312 for the use of;  a 8leighfor������everal months: yTo this action ;a:  set-off wa������ put in for. $92,'- carriage ,of two.  children and klootcbman for Wilraot from  Richfield to. Fort ^Alexander, and back, $1T  for a sack of barley, juse of a wagon $5i5, and  for use of harness some $400.  }  Aaron Johnson said tbe harness was lent to  Wiimot in;:return for bis Tending them 'the  sleigh,' and'that the sleigh had now. been- ro-  turned by them, but Wiimot would not gtvo  up the harness. ��������� . ���������  J. T. Scottsaid be lmd loaned the harnega,  to Wiimot.- ���������.:.-->f ���������"���������" "'"������������������ ' '���������" --' ���������"'"_. '���������'-������������������,  Frank Perrett stated that $7 only bad beea  paid ior. luggage brought, up by Gerow &.  Johnson Iot Wilmot'a childrep, and nothing  tor passenger fare. ���������'-..:  ��������� H: Wiimot stated, he had bought the harness  Tor $00 after Gerow & Johnson had loaned it  him. the purchase bei.ng.effected with John-  son himself.. Ee bad supplied a', robe-to G.<5>  J. for $25 ; $25 was^also due for freight, and.  $4 for the last trip of the mail.- : y;/ ^ .. ;  ��������� J. Newland stated a set of new 4-horse harness, such as were used by Barnard, could bo  bought in Yale for .$00. . .^' _ . . .,  ' Pat. Harrigan stated he had asked the  agents of- Gerow& Johnson for ^ib luggage  of the'klootchman and children, and tbe agent  declined unless $7 was paid; :that no demand  was made for passenger biro. : ���������   -'���������.;���������������������������-/������"  The jury found that the. harness bad been  sold -for S90 ; they allowed $17 in addition  for barley. Wiimot they found was .entitled  to $25 for the robe, $25 for freight,, and $4  for mail service, leaving a balance in favor o.t  Gerow & Johnson of $53, The Judge eutereti  a verdict for this amount, and directed tba;  each party should bear his own costs.,      .. *  Movements op thk Likot.-Governor.���������We  are glad to see by the Telegraphic dispatches  that tiis Honor Lieut.-.Governor Trutch is oa  his way to Cariboo. We are satisfied that the  miners of Cariboo will give our first homemade Governor a hearty welcome.  Police Coort, Wednesday, Sept. 18���������JesuS  Almada was brought up on a charge of 'assaulting and beating. Francesca Martinez, a  Mexican woman, on the 16th inst. Fined $5  and costs, or one month's impr.isonmeut,.  Theatrical,���������Don!t forget to attend the  Theatre to-night. AW the strength and talent  of the Dramatic Association will be brought  out in its performance. .-  DR. CHIPP received by lastSx-  press some       ..    . :,'.-������������������".:  1 .���������'-.< ���������  ���������which can be relied on. Prt������  who have .not been Vaccinated lor  Borne time should take advantage of  this opportunity, ia eonsequeneo of  the reported prevalence 01 ������mail i o������  iia the lower country.. }  carefuUy Filled,   ;  j^T Prescriptions and Family[$Mifa*$ Hotels, restaurants, &e.  9  TaiUanooii^ Co.,  / [SUCCESSORS TO N.CUNIO,]     :  ���������Beg to.Inform their friends and the pub lie that the  lavb taken the well known promises hi Barkervill'  :������o ioug: luvorably patronised while*in the occupation  -of Mr N. Cunio.    ::.:_.:: '-;    .'.  ;The-Gelebrated XSX Ale  -"will be mnnufacturedjand soldfby*prholesalo and Be.  Tallin its purity, and :'=  *The best iLigtidrs & Cigars  i ��������� ��������� ���������    ������������������-���������- ..      '..'��������� . '  constantly kept on hand, .;,  : v ill' be always 'Carefully fatten ded *lot v$nd' the ;beat*  jBoUs. and accommoda tion v provided.for? their ^cus-<  ttiomers. Y   ;;Y-:.Y,    ..:'> 7- ' ������>'��������� .-���������.������������������'- -.'*'..- ��������� <y ;.-=.. dele. .,  MISCELLANEOUS.  eG3iMISSI0^ STORAGE,  ADD  MISCELLANEOUS.  argains! Bargains*  t  General Agency.  CLEKRim OUT STOCK  \ X  .   To mako room for Spring Goods,  apl5tf  JAMES  WICKHAM,  .   Barkerville.  Dissolution of Partnership  NOTICE IS HEREBY G-IVEN THAT  y tho Partnership heretofore existing betwuon the  undersigned as Blacksmiths,has this day,beea dissolved hy mutual consent.  All accounts duo :to tho-Firm must bo paid on or  before the 15th September-next to W B. Cameron,  or legal proceedings.will bo instituted for their recovery; ���������    ��������� ,- -   ���������:; -.-..   -'I  .  , w. b. cameron.  -   james;amm.  ! Barkerville, August 6, 1872.  ; The above business will in future be carried on by  W. B. CAMERON in his. own name,' who will keep  constantlyon hand a large supply of all kinds of ���������  'UfM^Xi^-: steel,'-;;  > All kinds of; "' '}\  Blac^ on  , : reasonable;ternis.  ..'-'������������������'���������*'��������� nui71ni*   ':"'' A ���������'ASA:.-  '.. '��������� ���������-���������'''������������������" ��������� ���������'  frfrafa-OLD:'AND WELL-KNOWN.ESTABLISHMENT  : X   is always supplied with the best of everything  that can bo procured in Cariboo. v    .  JBoaMj - - $14 per Week.  rMeals - -y-'.-* &l.  ,.���������'��������� ,.,   V,: Tho Celebrated  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  :ji superior article to any which can be had from bellow, Roasted and Ground on tho premises from the  :bcst selected beriies, and warranted free from adul  ���������ention.       -  |el7:.: . 7. Q. OOODSON  LI(JHTfflffTG QRJBEK  S.P; PARKER  1  IJAVING- .PURCHASED.:THE: ABOVE  H Hotelfrpm Mr J; J. Robertson, begs to infonn  the travelling public and the Miners of Cariboo that  ho;will do:hi3 utmost to sustain tho well-earned reputation of the house as a first-class Hotel,  The undersigned begs to' inform the Miners  of Cariboo tbat he is     "  SELLING AT COST-!  The following class of Goods, especially so  lected for Miners : -  Undershirts, Socks,  Baltic and Crimean  y Shirts, y '  s, Vests, Pants j  And a Very Fine class of ������������������������  im>  ni?  hoes  ers.  and  MISCELLANEOUS.*  The FLOfrENCE Vthe best Sewing  Machine for. Family use, beciuto-it  ������o seldom get* out of order, _. If there  h one not working well .in  CALIFORNIA,     ~ . -  OREGON,  ."WASHINGTONTERRITOR^  /NEVADA,  IDAHO/  'ALASKA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  ��������� ^MEXICO/  . \ JAPAN,  Or" CH IN A, If informed pf, It, I will   \  "������x::jt without eny expense to the \  owner.  SAMUEL SILIi, Agrat,    ^  Bo. 19 Montgomery Street, South,   '  GRAND HOTEL BUILDlNQi  pANJ^RANCISCO,  Pal,  Send for Circulars and samples of  the work. Active Agents wanted in  everyplace'.  Will as usual be furnished with the best tho Market  affords. .   .  Is well stocked with Spirits, Ales,. Wines and Cigars.  Aro comfortably furnished, and a large addition to  the number, of rooms is now-being made.  A fine selection of  Ladies' BOOTS & SHOES  A fine assortment of  Genuine Meerschaum and  Briar-root HFij)6sr  Aro th e best In the upper country and, wiU al ways  be well supplied with Hay and Grain. ju20  ' EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE Y HAVE REMOVED  >   to tlie spacious premises formerly known as the  Sj.,.George Saloon, where they will ,be at all times  \prepared to furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUMJTY.  Tim  BAR   ,.. furnished with the finest<WItfES  yXIQUORS aridCIGARS.  017 6m  THE   TJNBERSieiTED  BEING- ABOUT  to close business, requests that all parties in-  *debted.to him by Notes or Book Accounts will make  of the samel.-;  ��������� ���������������������������;��������� j;'' ^y:'^:\ P. M ANETTA.  B'trkervnie, August 17, 1872.   . ��������� an!7  EVAK3,  1; SUR WS: AND PLANSXBXEQUTED  "  ; On reasonable terras.'/;;  ,; ������mr Orders left 4t Mr Kelly's, ���������narkerville  mil he attended to. v        ;;i ' _ny_J5 t?  JS33- Call and, examine prices.__gsff ��������� The  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAP for Cash.  my 25  Barkerville, May 17.  MST OiF BETTERS y  Eemai nin g i n the Barker vi I le Post Office 6 ti  1st September, .1872. / Parties calling for  letters in the following list^ will please ask  for Advertised Letters:  Anderson^Anders (2) Lan^doniW   .  Angles,' Eph * Lewis, 0harles  ssi  ft  I HAVE been requested by several respcctuhlc parties, who cab t������stii'y,to.tl������o efheacy 01 mygystczy,  to ugaiu mako public the fact that  Moses' Hair Invi gcrator  WIU. PREVENT BALDNESS,  RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN  OR FALLING OFF, an.J eil'ectimlly  CURE SCURF OK DANDRUFF.  This is not a mere assertion en jmy part, as I hav*  in in y possession numerous t es ti monial sc or ti lying 10  the success of my remedy.  f do not of course pretend that I: can make the hair  grow on heads which haye bcen! bal d for years j but  I will guarantee to b top v tli e hair from fal Ii ng off, to  increase I ts growth, and effectual 1V remove Scurf or  DandruiT.   :���������' >%Yt. b: MOSES,  yy Barker vUlejB.C. y  tms^;  ; certificate::, \xxX "xA.yX.-A~  Tliisis to certify that during, last spring 'fny^ludr  was ra pid) y fal ling- on t and m y head was fa st becoming bald, whe^n I applied to Mr W. D. MOSES^Barher  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored mvhaitf ;  i ts for rn er h eal tliy s tato y    :    . : DAVID GIBBONS*  Barkerville Dec. 29.1866 ������^6 v  ^T- Aftev the 1st of July, Goods will bo  delivered according to order on all outside  Creeks.  .  ^   ^. vt   t      -'J' W' MNDHARD.  Tan Wiiiltle, Jane 5,1873.  Barlow, WS      ;  Brodie,Jbbn  Barker, William  Clarke, John C  Goby, Frances (2)  Cpeman, P  Caminibgs, Allan  Chidell, George /  Darroch, Donald  Dosher, Henry  Dodero, C  Dowling, Rchd  Evans, H:W  F6rbeB,FW  Fletcher & Bucanan  Hinds, Thomas  Holroydi Jas  Hicks, Wni '/���������'  Hare. Oliver  Harris, Wm  HuraphrieSj John  Johos, A"  Jeffry& Mills  Jenkins, Wm H, (4)  Johansson, S ���������  Jones, Daniel '  Kirwin, P (3)  Knight, Henry  Leslie, John  Lamberfc^D '������������������  eer  Mcintosh, A J  McDonald, Alex S  : McBride, Jo^  Murphy, John  McArthtuyDl  McLeod, Thomaa  Mead, W  Marcent, Louis  Moffatt, John  McDonald, John .**  McKeg, McDonald  O'Hare, Patrick  Pbair, Henry  Preusische, Rage  Pellow, Wiliiaai   /.  Pritchard, Robt  Reoton, John SJ  1 Rowe, Samuel  Sanderson, Joba  St. Laurent, Jos  Scolt,John W  Sanders, John  Smith, Robt H  Sullivan, J D  Schubert, H  Steel, R  Thomas, Benjamin  Wilson, James  Walmalcy, Chaa  Ward,JB(  -JOHN BOWRON,  Postmaster,  Oolebrated ;  WORCE S T ERS HIRE    SAUCE  DcclaredbyConnolsseursto.be  THE   ONLY   GOOD SAUCE.  Mi  Caution against Fraud.���������The eucceBsof this  moBt; delicious and unrivalled Condiment having  causod certain dealers to apply the name of <<Worcestershire Sauce** to their own inferior compounds, tho  ���������('���������public Is hereby informed tb at thtoiily way to pro*  euro the genuine, Is to    .  ASK FOK LEA & FERRINS' SAtJCE  and to see that their names aro upon the WRAJ'r*3*  LABKLs,ST6prKit,andni>TT7.E. 11  iSom oof the foreign markets having been supplied  with a spurious WoreestorshireSauce.upon the wrapper and labels of wbicl} tho names of Lea and Perrm?  have been forged, L. and Y. give notice that tney  havo furnished thei-r correspondents with power 0  attorney to take instant proceedings against ma^  x?ACTUKKRsand VE������j)aR8 of such, or any other ibum*  Uousby which thciirigbt may be infringed; .,-���������    ::-���������.  Ask for LEA & PERR1NS' Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, a������a  ,    Stopper.   .  j    Wholesa 1 e an d f or exjport by t h e Proprietors, J?0**  ..Icestcr^CresaeandBlacikwoll,I.onHony&c������,&c������; *  'by<k^er6ajidOilnj������a;aaive^ll^������ ���������������������������'���������'., yX-  m  wi.  m  I  I  m  SBKBS


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