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 Vol. 113s  y.Barkerville; '..William Creek, B.C|:vSaturda.yv Sept. 2^1^72,  Fo.   22'  THECAltlBOO SENTINEL  Pnbli&bed every Saturday by  R 0 BEE T'" H OLLO "WAY.  Subscription,  -  -, 60 Cents per Week-  *"  "'*   -RATES OF ADVERTISING..'  F<>r one square (one inch), fl rat Insertion,  "       ,*������.*   *  ;.   .-**..���������  one month,   -  Fortwofjqnarcs, flr'atinsorUon,     ��������� "-   ���������  ������   .      ��������� ���������*    ���������  one.mouth, ������������������ ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������  $3  &  5  S  Agents for the** Cariboo Sentinel."  V'tn Winkle*. >      -  Qu .s nel mouth,,.  ���������/,  S .la Crock,   ,:���������  tlinlon,'' '��������� ������������������   ���������  Y:ile,      -      -  N'Hv West minster,  Victoria;   ���������      '���������   . ���������;  J., p. Fi-ihcr,   -  J3m.n k C*>.j :.������������������������������������ .-  G.Street,,-.. -A. '-'  '������������������   ���������'. ������������������:    A P. Mclnne.<?_  H airmi ro" 's Kx press  Barnard's Express  . -      Barnard's ExpresB  do      I A.   do  ��������� -   .  .      John Murray  "- .' -   '; Mr Webster.  -   -;>'���������"   San Frane.i.^oo  ... .. .-���������. . -San Francisco  30 Cornhili/IiOndou, E.C.  nB CARIBOO SENTINEL  **at������ls. Ci roil liirs.i'i'osters and Programmes for  " frills and Theatrical 'Entertainments  jfZEP Bxecn ted wi t h neafxres? an fl dis pate b.^g_f  j-..������������������'?'���������:Terms moderate. *"���������';"��������� ������������������ i a-'i  BYT-ELE&RAPH  WEDNESDAY, StiPX. 26.:. 1-8.72.  rrrg.  LYTTON.  Ly ttnii, &ripi."'"2 3 -rThe G overtiment are e x-  gliding the $1,600 voted last y*ar lor im-  fn;n������������jg the trail hwiween here and Lillooet.  The work ie-eaiTieii on under Superintendent'  i4t������������veiisoii. Farmer* and Others who have  passed over ilie trail ������ay he ie making* snlefl-  .did job of il. They pronounce it much  shorter and having less ipide than tin" old  mine. Tlie Lytton lioui will has keen .running  for the last. two. weeks, lurtitag mu an excel*  ���������l������������rit quality of Hour. Produce quotations are  :��������������������� loll own:���������Wheat. $2 7o to $3. Barloy. He.  Hay, SI 73 to $2. .Extra Hour, $5 75. Suotta,  "lo.   Bran, lie.  ,   CLINTON.   >  Clinton. Sept. 23���������The Pavili<*n races on  *25lh and-26Mi promise to ho well attended.���������  The following are names of horses iu training:  Oregon Mose, Tinker, Saliie Alice, Sinoeta,  Dick, Jane, . BIaze, Turavtula/)Whi te j fcstoc k-  ings, Iitiiaiprani Dick; Oarifedo Charlie, Ki fcty  Clyde, Kingbolt. Vy> "#<���������.,'���������,���������... ,,-���������/ = ���������:_��������� ������������������  J s v\Ve had tihe'^'ret-sabW* w.theieiepn pn Sunday -morning, melting aafast as it felL The  the rmometer on Monday morn ing, at$ o'clock,  si ood 10 degrees "below freezing, . Weather  to-day clear and cool., .>   :y t .  .-...  The Chief; Commissioner ? of A Lands and  Works has ordered tbe erection of e,new juil  in :tlris placed  Judge Begbie held court in this place yes*  terday. He took his departure for Cache  Creek thk morning.  No tea*is have passed since la&tdispateh.  :, YALE. ;   '<*'  , Yale,',Sept. 23���������The Onward l>rpnjrb't up 40  tons freight on Sunday.   The following is the  'freight list:���������27 pkgs for Eleven of England  .co.; 1 pkg. A W^; ��������� ~L6pkgg,.B.-D; 23pkgs,  ;K & G; l.iiS.pkgs, B3 T'.; 1 pkg, J B ; (J pkgs,  .dia 0 ; ������pkgs, "D K; (57 pkgs, dia N; 67 pkgs  ..J W L; 1 pkg, A K; I pkp, Tingiey ; 13 pkgs  fPC:  4 pkgs,diaM; 1 pkg, B D ; 125 pkgs,  .11 B C ; 3 pkgs, M & W.; 8 pkgs, R McL; 6  pkgs, Li n h ard ; 2 p kgs, Mrs Pop &  Barnard's stage left at,5 yesterday morning  *wilh mailb; express, and following passen-  ^rers;:T-Henry Nathan, M.P., Soda Creek; D*  Witbrow, W. KeMey, Clinton ; Mrs Beak, 150  vmile house i. Sutz You, Cache Creek ; Mrs  Han tier, Lyittoa.  The first snow of "trio season appeared on  jAlje Yale h il Is yesterday raor niag. Duri OS tho  aiights cold and pievpip^ winds prevail, o,nd  ^during the day the,weather is temperate and  slight twinge of frost, and last evening young  vegetables were destroyed by frost.       ,������������������'.,,-.:  The Governor remained at Hope.to spend  a few day8 in fishing.' His iriovements are  uncertain. It is rumored _that he will leave  lift road at Cache. Creek and take a tour;  tbrough tbe Okanagan country,.accompauied,  by Mr Walkem and others.  Messrs. Hall and Dupont started up the  toad yesterday morning ou horseback. Mr  Tims is etill in town.:  NEW WESTMINSTER.  New Westminster, Sept..21.���������Prize shopHog  for cups came off to-day. For Governor Seymour's cup tbe higbestscore was H. Young.'  59 ; Scott, 2d, 51. For Kirch's cup, bigheat  'spore, H. Young. 28 ; Odine������.2di'25.- ,  The Onward: sailed for. Yale at 2 P*m���������������  Among the ptissengers were Lieut. Goverubr  Trutch, Messrs. P. O'Reilly, Henry. Nathan,  Tims,' Do pout, Baruard, and Johnston, the  Kootenay expressman, and oi.hers...  VICTORIA^;  Victoria. Sept. 20���������The Twocal Parliament  will be calle<l together for tbe dispatch ;of  busiiiesB on the 15th of December.  From the Manitobian of  August 10th we  learn that Mr Sanford Fleming and his party  left Rat Creek for the Pacific on 5th August.  He fill I y equi p ed h ia party fo r rapid travel--  ing and is determined]to."mako."at'least, fifty  , miles per day the entire journey.  j    Lieut. Governor Trutch left for tbe main-  ' land, and will reihain about fotir weeks. 'He  expects to meet Chief Engineer Fleiuiug at or  near Kamloopp^ '; -;   ' ' * - ��������� ''}    ���������'������������������.-<- a y  A rifle match between five .of the Scout's  and six of the 'Boxer's crew' came off yesterday at the Lagoon, Esquimau, aud resulted in  the Borer's'.'winning by seven pointy The  Ot"er wi 11 make three trips to New Westminster while the Kutei^rise:'is laid up, commencing on Tnesdov next.  A German who has bad considerable experience, in coal in a tl ers. returned to town  from C.owichan yesterday; and reports be has  struck it rich this time.���������Queen Charlotte anthracite will not excel it.  The British Colonist of this morning contains th������ following item:���������"Great Britain  may make up her mind io lose San Juan and  adjacent, islands, wright or wr.otig. The Emperor William, we are'io a position to state.  has piren ins decision in favor of the United  States, and the group will bo,-ceded to the  ! United Stales in the course of a few weeks.  This uewa iy perfectly reliable and authentic.  EUROPEAN. ''  Paris, Sept. IS���������L"@live. DeSchany, and  Deny ilie. three communists condemned to  death for murder of hostages, and- in whose  <ca$es commutation of sentence was refused,  were shot this morning.  Paris, Sept. 18���������The Freneh Government  has.. asked;fo r strInge.n t regulatipns tp,'.p reveri t  the inbroduction and spread of the rinderpest  Eigh ty com m up is ts co nd em ned to tran sp or.ta-  tio n, einbarkeci at Brest for New Ca 1 edbhia.  It. is reported that-Edmpnd About is to be  tried by a German court martial at Stras-  bo.tirg ou Sept. 27. .  Berlin, Sept. 18���������The correspondence between the Emperor, Bismark and Bishop Tre-  raoulan/on tbe subject of excoraniunication,  is published. The Bishop takes decided  ground- against the interference of the secular  authorities in matters of religion. Tbe tone  of the communications on both sides is sharp  and uncompromising.  S toe kh o 1 ui, Sep fc, 19 ���������A S tockh ol m d isp atch  announces the deatb of King Charles of  Sweden last evening. -.-.-���������  Paris, Sept. 19���������The German authorities of  Strasbourg bave coasen ted to allow the wife  of Eflmond About to see him. but- prohibit'  others.   His case is .bow being examined".  London, Sept. IS���������There was a severe  thunder storm at Rpchedale yesterday. Several persons were killed by lightuing and the  crops damaged.  The bark city of Hamilton, from London  for Philadelphia, put into Hyde, Isle of Wight,  in consequence of mutiny among crew.  Wi 1 fred Lawson, 1 iberal member of Pariia-  caent, while addressing, a meeting in Cumberland last erening, praised the conduct of Dis-  raieii during the Alabama claims controversy.  H<s rejoiced that the points of diiference were  settied witliout recourse to tbe sword.  Fifty chiliren, in charge pf Miss Rye, sailed  from Caverpool for Quebec to-day oo Wkm*  ~P~-' .   v.''. .      ������������������."���������;.  \-    i    ���������   :���������������������������������������������       ���������. ,    ;.-������'_���������  ship Saruaritan.   Homes have been secured  for them in Canada.  Genfeva, Sept. 19���������The American gentlemen  lately connected* with the arbitration tribunal  have,united in a letter of tbaoks to the Council of State of Geneva, returning thanks for  hospitality extended them while in this city.  MISCELLANEOUS.  ' f    BARNARD'S  Exjpress Line Stages  ..f CARRYING H.M. MAILS,' '  A: ' .MAKB  Begular   .Weekly   Trips  a Ifrom Barkerville,  ililVilG If VlCTOEIi  BMNASD'S EXPRESS  ���������:|V   '::STAOES-  Ayyy  ;tjf,0'r/0kanagan,';;'  Under, temporary arrangement for conveyance of the Mails from  CacW'Cf eek'to Okanagan.  The underBighed hasplaceda line of. Passeri-  ....,.,.. r?^..,.,.. j-^er'"Stages on tbo A Ay A  mfwMM Mm to oeamgan,  Running in close connection with;the Stages  (rom Yale to Barkerville.  Persons visiting the Okanagan District will  find this by far the most convenient mode of  travel.    . . ���������  p&~ Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock, aud will return  the following week in time to connect with  iheSLages going North and South.  Will be transacted over the route.   Freight  carried..    Parcel  delivered.    Commissions  executed.   CoUections'made.  au24:2 in  F. J. BARNAR1> & CO.  LIST OF LETTERS  Remaining in the,Barkerville Post Office on  1st September. 1S71    Parties  calling  tor  letters'in tbe following list, will please ask  ibr Advertised Letters:     ,  .  Anderson, Anders (2); fcangdon;^V\T  Angles, Eph  Barlow, "W-Sy^K  Brodie, John .-.  Barker, William  Clarke, John C  Coby, Frances (2)-  Coeman, P   ..  Cummi ngs. Allan  Chidell, George ,.  Darroch, D&nald -  Dos her, Henry  Dodero, C   ���������  Dowling, Rehd  Evans, H\\V  Forbes; F W  Fletcher & Bucanan  Hinds, Thomas  HolroydtJ'as  Hicks: Wm , ,  Hare. Oliver   '  Harris/Win-  llumphriesjjphn  :  Johns, A  :Lewis, Charles :  Mcintosh, A J.  . Mcl)onaldvAlex S  McBride, Jos  Murphy, John . '  McArtbur, DI    .  McLeod, Thpnlaa ���������:..  , Meaa;,WY'^;:-Y;;;-'  Marcent, Loiua '.y  Moftatt, John  .McDonald, John'*  McKeg. McDonald  O'Hare. Patrick  Phair, Henry  Preusische, Rage  Pellow, William  Pritchard, Robt  Kenton, John Sj  Rowe, Samiiei  Sahderson, John  St. La lire nt��������� Jos..  V; ScPtt, Jpbn\V "  ,;-. Sanders, John .  Smith, Robt H  Jeffry & Mills  Jenkins; \\Tm H^(4)    Sullivaii, J D  Johanssou, S Schubert, H  Jones," Daniel  Kirwin,,P (3)  Knight, Henry  Leslie, John  Lambert,!)    ,  A^yy-yy  Steel, E  Th om as������: Benjamia  Wilson; James  Walmsley, Cbas  Ward^Jli  JO&i UOWRON,  F.d5tni^li^r.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Van Volkenburgli & Co,  Retail Butchers,  Barkervslle, Richfield  '9  -AND-  "  A SUPPLY OF.THB.  QU4L1TY OF FRESH  ,        I     -       .        ���������*'.;'        ��������� A' ���������������������������''... ���������       '  ALWAYS OK HAND.-  '  Lumber!  JLumbei1  KE prepared to furnish Lumber at. theirlMlils,  .WilUaui Creek,.or deliver it to order,   ...  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTMNG  CREEK.    ..       ..'������������������������: v  Having ft PlaninglHachtno Id operation they .will'  also furnish  DRESSED  at satisfactory rates.  . sell  BARKE-RViLLE,;  A*-:'"Ci -  aroceries, Brpyisio^s* and  \Liquors.   -"^  DEPOT    WK  > A"  yy  AM  y&.  Has commenced "her f$$ tj^blf SS  Quesnel on MONDAYS, and boUa Cieek ott  '.''���������     FHlDAYiS at daylight.: ;yy  Passaob,  FlSBlOUTi  1 cent per lb.  <0T Goods consigned to ������s from belo^  foiCd^i:Freestaurgo for Storago.oc  Commbswa...   , jj^IK^ WRtdUT-  QuesceVMay 2, i^'' : ';'; ������VU m"  nostormmKimmem 3=i  SATURDAY. SEPT. 28. 1S73,  THE CARIBOO SEK'flNEL ^g^^mjjm^  to America, nnd then have sufficient left to  start them in. ������bme^honest and respectable  mode of life. The German Government have  no idea of permitting the country to be, thus  depleted of its wealth, industry, and most remunerative population. Ia fact, it has been  evident for some tiico thai some stringent  regulations would be passed for tho piirpose  of rcrttrainiiig Ih fa wholesale exodus ;/and as  the United Statca has been the principal  gainer by the departures from Fatherland, it  became all the more necessary to .conciliate  the spirit of ber people so that no offence  should he taken at the adoption of a restrictive  legislation which might seem peculiarly and  especially aimed at that power.. There * wh������j  of course, no object in conciliating Englaud,  who<?e good-wil l Germany already possessed  but a manifest nd vantage was to be gained  by providing against an ebullition of feeling  which might en use'a protest to be entered by  the American Government against What it  migh t choose -to ��������� consider hostile legislation.  All this, of course, may be mere cnrmlse. No  decision may be given, and if given may post;  fiiblybe in favor;of England; but there is  tf u th i n the/ ada ge; " co m t n g o ven ts; ca st tbeir  shadows before them," and if the decision be  as reported, wo 'fori-gat fefiod that tlie ^reasons  stated above have had mnro than .their fair  *aare in bringing ab o u t that result���������;. . How.  ever, whatever may be.the motives which may  actuate the arbitralibg power in arr"vin/i\nt a  con c 1 lis! o ri; w i} h i t we m us t rem ai n .ia tisfied.  It is much better: that a matter of ibis sort  should be settled even unfavorably to ourselves, than to. be allowed to remain as a  bone of contention between two ;;kibfired  peoples between whom war would be nothing  less than a disgrace to moral progress and  civilization.       ���������'������   "'���������:'���������    ���������' ���������    ;:  y THE SAN JITAN QUESTION.  The San Samquestion is reported to tie  nettlvd, and  settled  unfavorably to Gi^at,  Britain and t!>e "Dominion of, Canada.   This  tr.ay or may���������* be true, but we suppose that  the .statement would not be made "In  an  nuthorifalive way unless it had some foundation In fact .This result is one that we hardly  expected. fWe well' recollect tbe time when  the difficulty very nearly became the occasion  ���������of war.  We at that time fully believed, as we  ������tiU believe,/ (hat the right of England to the  possession of the islands In dispute was far  Superior to that of tbe United States.   It was  n atnrat" y fe 11 by, .all who,. were \nclined to  support the British -side 'of. the <_ue8tlontbat  the channel meant in the treaty was the cban-  r.eV that was then known and recognized as  the snip channel, and it-wag generally' believed-that tbe eteji^ by. the .Government, of tlie United State.1? to the islands within  the 1 imi t s of the . line form ed by the presen t  channel used by'steamers and email; sail ::nir  -craft, known asy Plumpers Pass/' was an  afterthought. >It is almost needless for ns to  fl'ay that such js still our belief. By the treaty  "3t is expressly ���������agreed that' tbe 49th parallel  ahali be the dividing line between the two  cou ntries,���������: a rid: tha t this i 1 ine w.to be extended  to tfievcentrV;rO'f.,"':the"��������� channel dividingVanA  ������on ver Island from the Mainland, which chan-  ru������l Is then adbp^dioSvthev llne.sof division.  Undei this clause it has been fairly enough  ������dntended that the American interpretation  ha������s-been far-fetched.and.unfair, the *4 Haro!!  ���������channel contended for by them being at the  time of.the treaty altogether.unknown as a  practicable channel for/ the purposes of.-������nayi*  Ration and commerce; nnd taking the ordinary niles of evidence applicable to the proper  interpretation of legal documents as our guide,  we must1 almost Inevitably come to the conclusion that the channel meant by the' treaty  was tbe main channel, then known, and not  tbe A.-' Canal de Haro;,:*   Such, .<��������� of. course, ris  only our opinion- in the matter,   but that  opinion Is extensively shared in by these  jjnost competent to form a correct judgment  ���������on the points Iti dispute between the two  nations.   However, if tbe telegram be true,  KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ontracts.  TK^TDSRS ADDRESSED TO THE POST  I. Master General. "Victoria, aud marked "Tender  for Mn������l Service.", will he received at Victoria up to  12 ^ct-ck noon on FRIDAY, the 6th day*! Decern-  bnr. for the conveyance of Hi-r Majesty's Malls ia  British'Columbia between tho following places for  the term of FOUR YEARS from the 1st of April next:  ^ Barkervillo and Harvey jjCreek ;  Barkerville and Yale ; .//'/���������>/  Burrard Inlet and New Westminster; ���������������������������.;*���������:  Cache Creek and Okanagan ; and  Okanogan am| Qkanagan Mission;    '  Clinton and Dog Creek j  Clinton and Liliooet j  Esquimau and Victoria;  Hope and Kootenay;-..'_  -Lytton. and Nicola Lake j  . Hetcboseh and Victoria;  Omineca and Quesnelle}  iSaanich and Victoria j  Sookc and Victoria; ���������  ���������������; ��������������� ������  : The But.kdead.~.Mr Thomas SpenwOov  erTi men I S n perin ten de rit bh i b e Wagein fo M.  arrived in town' during the week, nnd ts now  engaged in getting out timber for the purpose  of connecting /the two slab bulkhead&at the  upper part of the town and partially repah\  ing tbe.old one. The principal difficult? in  the way of making a complete job of it is we  believe the financial one. What is now being  done will, however, be of considerable-benefit  to the town.  The Wesletax CnuRcn.���������Tve are har������py to  our views and opinions will no^o for mucl^ ?tate t.{it our fn������nds of the Wesleyan Church  - have just received from below a handsome  THE ORDINARY ANNUA:  A - Meeting ul' the  .  ���������  or  tut no matter how much we may disagree  with the alleged decision of *the arbitrator,  by tbat decision we are in all honor and  equity bound to abide, even although it be  manifestly. unjust and not dictated by tbe  purest of motives.   Of course, it would be  Jiardly fair on our part to impugn the motives  or reasons which may or may not- have to  -some extent influenced tbe Emperor of Ger:  ���������many in deciding the issue adversely to England ; still we will always labor under tbe  impression that tbe course adopted by that  monarch (supposing tbe story to be true) has  % ecu dictated morebya spirit of policy and  expediency rather than by one of justice and  equity.   And we are much afraid that this yca/wm^  M policy and expediency" has been displayed  siot for tbe purpose of^ creating a friendly  fueling between tbe two countries, but more  with the ulterior object of conciliating the  Jealous spirit of:the United States as to some  ���������measures shortly to be adopted by the Ger-  :iiian Government. ��������� the fact is that the em i  :gration question / is; fast becoming the most  important one in Germany.   Year after year  tthe(COH������*Ery is drained of Its bone and muscle,  %ealtii arid tedustry, by ri systematic emigra-  iion which shows no symptoms of a decrease,  but oa the contrary'seems to acquire an ever  lacre&sing force.; This rhmr gone ou 4o such  ������n extent tha fc tbe German Government has  1>ecome reallj alarmed as to the threatened  effects on the conui-rf at i arge. We re "tbe^mi-  ���������gration re&trioted. to fpaupers and the ���������" rag,  tag and bobtail,* of tlie country it might even  be contended that such was a clear advantage  and the^onotry so mucht'the gainer.   Such,  '.fcewever, is not the ca^e"; the emigrants being  nearly altogether confined io artizacg, trades-  fieopte, shqpke^per������ sni farmere^people, in  foflt/'ia ^mfortaljJ^ji^oumit!|iij3������flrw    ^������o  harmohinra for use during divine service.  The usual services will beheld at ibis church  to-morrow at the aceustvmed hours of II a.m.  and 7 p.m., when a col lection will be taken  up to defray the cost of the harmonium.  Each Tender must bo accoirip-jnle*! hy a Gumntw,  pjgned hy. two responsible p;:riie?, undertaking llnir  in the evt'iit- ot tlie ^Tender hfin.q accrued tlie ?>rvice.  s������mll be,performed by lbe party teDdertag for tbe  price liemawle'l.; ,;  ��������� Particulars ������n're*n.rd .to the S?rvice and amonnt o(  ���������ocurily nquire-l, together with printed forms of Tender nnd GiMr-'nt*", m;iy beobtitin-'d at the OH*ces at  the Titrmihl rf eacirr^ut^, or al tbe Tost Omces at  Vicwria aud .New VvVst minster. -'J:: v  ������������������   -'    JOFN PKWEt    .������������������  ���������   Cliief P. O. In.-perfT.  Vi etorln; B. C..' 161 Sept emher, 1S 73.    ���������   ��������� se23 tt I  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  HAVING   "DISPOSED   OF   OtTR  entire business  to   Messrs,  NEU������  FET.DKR & CO, we would  tbunk tho   ..  puhllcfor their kind pairoDuge, aud ask*. :  crjminu&cc& of tho same'lor out fcucces-'"  ���������0K.  llr >! ARCVS WOI.FE Is onr atitborfeel  Agent, who wil! pay all 1 in bill ties.-and to'  Whom all accounts must bo paid.    * ' ��������� ; ,;  Wo weuld here request all tboso fn-  deb ted to us, elllier by Koto or Book. Ac  count, to make aa speedy a iettUment ������g  possible. ���������  OPPENHEIMER BROS.  Btrkervtlle, ficpt. 13, M72.  MEVT ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICK  ������>���������  GSNERAL  WILLIAMS CREEK   *flEB"ROCK:   FLUME  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited)  will be held at tbeir Office, Richfield, on  MONDAY EVENING; 14th October,  at SEVEN o'clock, when the Directors for tho eaS'Ung  J  28th September, IS63.  a THOMPSOK,  Secrelary.  sc23  ;':'''A'-'i&c.+..  B. CHIPP HAS IN* STOCK and im const -in tly receiving  ENGIilSIl DRUGS, PARENT MEDICINKS,  A-'m       And other Preparations.  TRUSSES, EIsASTIC STOCKINGS;  :;.;..y-'WRISTLETS, &d., &c.  Teeth carefully Ss-  F. Heufelder & Co.5  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  GENERAL   MERCHANDIZE,  Having purchased the IIouBe and Stock of  Messrs OppenKeim^^  : ;,-.���������.. Together with  FIREPROOF  .'"';.':V ;:.;wiREnotsiE,  g������S* Conefgnmente from below PolMted.  "      ��������� ��������� - - ���������" ���������     -*���������    -��������� ������������������  .    i -������  C0M31ISSI0M, STORAGE,  General Agency.  GENTLEMEN ARE CAUTIONED  NOT   TO   VISIT  THE   ELDORADO, 'Ay  nlthcngh it Is gcncrrdly conceded tbat tbo  LIQUORS' and  CIGARS  are of the FUIST QUALITY, and tho  BILLIARD  TABLES  aro not the most infeitor in Barkeirillc.  And further,  the ^rcpneu������r, - ' .���������' ...  ���������WM. W. DODD,  endenvor.5) to make Ids patrons un cnmfnrtable as pen :  .sible by luinisliini; a jrroai number of the most Intfr**  os Jug NEWsi'AriSKS, and siudying their other cum.  i".������rts. '    .;. "...-  ' Yet, as tbe times are so dull and mom-v j<crrtjcet U  [ would bu w*ll for all i,{*-old patrons aud irionda In  I the eoni mu nit v not to visit th<������ Eldorado.  I    airkerville^AU!;ustai,.1872. ; auSl lm  OPFOSITIO  BEEF MARKET  "W-TLL "NOW. SKL.L AT VANWINKLB  ^nd "'        , ��������� '"���������   !  BARKERVILLE  BEEF AT A SMALL PROFIT, ond will con-  linueto do so as long as tho public t-xtend u-rtt  piitrouage. *  J. W. LINDHARDa  ������3U REMEMBER THE STORS -fc*  Upper end of Barkerville,  JAMES  ap!5tf  WICKHAM,  Barkerville.  HA  LIGHTNING- CREEK.  S. P. PARKER  T^HE  UNDERSIG-NED  HAS  DECEIVED  1    instructions to oiler to i������oan oa Gooil S^cunty a  low Thvustnd Dullars, iu sums to suit the applicants.  ALEX. bV B. DAVIS, Solicitor.  Barlcervllle, August 8, 1672. auIO 2m  ��������� T 1 "B ������  jS^f" Freseriptfona and Faeaiij Reriipris ac-  ctiratdy jH^patWL se28  Lost or Strayed,  AKE TO BfY PREMISES, ONE S.IVER.COfcOfiED  DOG, on Scotecober 5th.   Any poreon can have  the same hy proving property and paying expense  Apply at the K,i_neJ,  ''������������������-'  >    ....   \- ,     A. H. WALLACS,    .  , <WW. Ira -. ... fhArt������e_i' Mile- goae^  ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR  ia. demands against mo for Money or Chattels, connected with nriy;, business in, Barkerville or my late  bntdness ali the Last Gisunce Store, Lightning Creek,  are requested to present tlie same to- me at Barker-  villc ou or before the end of the month; and all per.  sons indebted to me are requested to call and settle,  their accounts on or before such period, otherwise  such accounts will be placed in tho hands of a Collector.. ','  ���������P.-MANETTA;.  Bariervllle^ 32th Septenaher, 1S72, \ scli im  RAVING PUTICHASED THE ABOVE  Hotel from Mr J. J. Roberts*-!., bogs to inform  ihe travelling public and lbe Miners of Cariboo thai  be will do Ms utmost to sustain Uie well eurned re*  putatiou of Uie house as a arsi class IlotcL  Will as usual be furnished with tho best the Market  affords.  Is well stocked with Splrltst Ales, Wines and Cigara,  :b  TENDERS for tho erection of a LOG STABLE  will be received by me at the Town of Stanley,  Lightning Croek, up to TUESDAY KVEiVING, the 1st  October. ���������':���������"���������  The building to be of lbe following dimensions, viz :  40by56feetin the clear; 10 Stalls on each tide,  with accommodation for 20 horses; a good substantial  Loft, 19 feet in the dear from the grouad Hour, with  double doors. >  The building to be commenced immediately, and  finished with a view to comlort and durability. Tho  main walls to be 15 feet high. ���������������������������*���������;  SAUUUL PARKER.  *U������htBi&|rCfree^������4t. U.        -.y    .. >e_U it .  Ara comfortably furnished, and a large additloats  tbe number of rooms is uow being made.  Are the best in the.upper country, and will a'way������  be well supplied with Hay and Grain. -    J������2������  N OR ABOUT THE'; 12th 6EPTEMBETlt, Inst.,  vz TWO DEPOSIT RKCEIPTS, In favor ol Bptsy, MJ  Indian woman, payable at the Bank of British Nortn  America, bearing date respectively July lOtli, ioi*������  and  August 31st, 1872,  lor the respective bu cob w  $130 and $100.      " ������_   \ .      ,,���������,,.������,  Payment ef the abovo-Deposit Receipts, wnicn w"  valueless to any ono but the owner, has been etopp9<i.  Any person finding the same is requested to s<^u  them by Post either to the Bank Qt British ������������">n  America or the SkntIxsi. Otflca*  Bar^rviUe! Sopt, lSt 187������,  en  oil  de  1)  id  Vh  Jot  ,������  *ei  Hi'  V|  frt  <v.  P������t|!  m  m mi  Sk-S-'  JpM  mm:  i >>:  ���������Gi  8 **  I   '������  I   ^  Am  Am  ���������fir  ri-  Ts  1).  hi  M  -jw  ���������in  re  to  to  m  of  fl!  BO  Pi  *1  4b  m  p������  ���������*?  p-  ha  B\  So  th  bt  X*  th  HP t?Y-'
Saturday; bebt 28,; im
I Quesnelmouth, Sept 2f7-^Gardia���f, with a
liar** mail, and Sylvester with aa express
land $8000 Sir gold, arrived froni Omineca to-
fday. ^ rTtieyJkft Mansdin Creek Septvji^th.;
!, Several parties were getting reBdyJ to start
for the, bsatjuilw riverg
bavingbrougbtin<newa* of goodiprospects
fonnd tber��yA tiir%e nunibetbfcmerii among
whom are Sam Wilkinson, FrcAHart, P^
Harper a ed Vital, have left wi lb* a year's grub
for the Roeky Moantain ��� poriage vrto wttiter
there, aiid in spring start for Liztard river.; ;
About 80 men':are. working on G erhrfahseh
f||I creek and taking out pay.: 'About 250 on
|f|l other, creeks/' ��� \ A- aaaaXAaaA.AaAaa': -AA
Mi The country as far as Nat!on river was un.-
1 8 der snow and. weather cold, The mail leaves
jail again on/October 5th. ' -.'. \ ,-���-.,/ v '���
||S The steamer Victoria arrived at 130 p.ni;
���* wi th 45 tons f ceigh t for fo 11 ow i n �� "parXies :���
D Kurtz,'"SI pkgs ; LindharcL 200;pkgs ;. Neri-
f eider;. 290 pkg9|,VttllIancour & co,. 3.;pkjrs ;
"Fletclier. 3*plegs'��� JJ^Ro^rUoil, 5 ^kgsf��� J Hpl;
Joway, 1; Pearson, 24 pkgs, v
��� The Ex press; with; tliu mai I and two pas-
M& seogers, left for BarkervH1 e at 4 p,-iu. ;
���* ��������� aa-a.a ( soda cjjeek.   ." ;
Soda Creelr^ Sept. 26^-Th* Express and
iniiiJa' '.arrived this afIernobb. The steamer
V i c to ria left for Quesnel wi Ijh a heavy lo ad o f
f r ei k h ti cr��m ovXA. n g goods for F N; di a K L
& K L.'.'E Pi a nd the casti ngs ,/for,the< Vancou-
ver c&.'spumps. '���
'-:   Henry Nai-ban^SLPi^artf^
fita^e^and^tar^^to^mnrrow for the Chile oaten
r'yer via Kidie/s^raiicn^
day and leave lorYVictoria.
' -,'i:-: ���- .    CLINTON. A:.: ��� v,
��� ClinIfin^iSepi.'25^X6 the-Pavilion Moi;n-
��� t a i ti ���' raees to -day. the Li 110oet p u rae, best 21 n
%Sj Wia woo by Sally, owner Mr Grainier.
' Tiie Farmers* purne was won by, Mr Craig's
^e)ior]ta; /HVt PwUp5* '-Mountain purse* beat
$_��'��� :n^X was wtjii by aiclCi*y"a Cariboo Char 1 ie.
Clinton,  Sept 27th.���pAvrwon Mountain
^^p Kaci^���Secoiiti day.   The Innkeepers"*purse
Hr   w;��K -Von ;by Kitty Clyde, entered by Ward,
: >;��^.f2;j n >3i ;* r?^his jt/tiiha 1 _t|; ptii_^jiraii "bjr/M^r-
���aisoh;��/������ (xip*ey, one;mile dash.: -The;Pavilion
per by,: 1 _? oi ile,- dash, X woo by Vanderhor i's
< ripsey.  M * oh ael M cCar thy '* h orse New Bru n
*wick won the Consolation Stakes and Cup.���
Numrr����ns -races; camer.-.off not enumerated.
'i'berW is/a givat crowd present and everybody
is well pleased.   ���'���-���'.'.
. -���"     yale.    t   :  ,:;*
YaleYSept; 25���Result of polls held here
���nnd at Lytton,aiid Cache Creek to-day for
*��� I ecti 011y of a ��� me 'in ber fo r House Of Co m m ons:
Tale���t)ewd riey, 11 ; Shii tb, 1. ��� Lytton���
Dewd 11 eyi 5 ; Smith, 2. Cache Creek��� Dewdl-
nwy; 3 ; Smith, none. ���':���'��� vAV^.A
Yale, Sept. 27^The Onward on her trip up
ti i 1 rs t the fly ������pi pe w hen ne ar U ni on Bar, abo 111
10 miles below Yale.   She is undergoing repairs, and will ."reach Yahe1 to-morrow uiorn-
dug.' :'Weather1 tbreatening rain;
Victoria, Sept 23-^Y*e8terday morning tbe
Tesidi'hce of Mr Fiterreiyabout e\x mil��s from
town, was totally destroyed by fire. The loss
ia estimated at $5000 ; insured for $3200.
The contest for tbe Seymour and Birch cups
took place at Clover Point pn Saturday after-
Boon. Just after the commencemebt a gale
of wind rose which tested the skill of marka-
inen; Highest score by Private Butler, 68 :
second, Private Kennedy, 4% For Birch cup.
Private Butter, 23 ; second, Roscoe, 17.
Mr Daniel Lindsay, of Cowichan, has been
placed on the Commission of the Peaco for
the Province of British Columbia.
CedarI1H1 public BchooI was closed on
'Friday by order of tlie Bishop of Columbia.
pending thb settlement of some question in
connection with the. school.
There will be a matcb game of cricket
played at Col wood probably on Tuesday be-
tween ihe olRcers and men of H.-M. Scout &nd j
'the officers and men of H.M. Boxer.:
The steamer Gus Wright arrived at *Na-
oiaimo on Saturday Right from Sitka. She
has a cargo of coal on board for the Portland
<Jas Company.
\"   ./EUROPEAN...^
London, Sept. 22��� The Govetti'menfc of
"Brazil hastgranted Baron Mamn concessions
jfor a telegraphic cable between Brazil and
the Portuguese coast.
London, Sept, 21���A meeting of tlie mem -
Ijers of the League St. Sebastian at Dublin
yesterday led to the formation of an organization to afford material aid ia mtonng th��|
powep^f ihe Pop��.
The 'Labor Leagmvyesterday adopted reso-
hit io ns appro ving of'tne award of tbo Geneva
tribunal as being just iri England nnd America, nnd strengthening the friendly relatio&s
between the two countries, .
Paris, Sept. 20���Diplomatic notes bave
been exchanged between France and Germany concerning tlie arrest of Eduiond About.
The crime for which he la to be tried consists
of two charges. One accuses him of publishing hostile articles in iGeraiati territory in
November, 1871 ; the other the; same in tbe
Province of Lorraine.   M. About i;a* sen I
word trom his prison to Thiers entreating
him to be calm and.take no stcpa in tbe cuct;
which might buffi France.
Berlin, Sept. 20?���During the recent meeting of. the iSmperbr* bore the subject of the
inviolahilitybf private property al ��ea in time j
of war was considered by Prince Gortseba
koff, OpiiiVt ybn.Andrassy, and Bhmat k. It
Was regarded as'a good omen lor the eatab-
(lishmentrof 5;lhisYprinciple that tbe Governments of the United States, Austria, Germ any,
Russia, Italyi^�� and Holland unite ia its sup
,:ipn|pny?:Sepi 2:3���A report is circulated
that Coun t Arnim h a a tendered his ri
as Grerman .ilinisfeial l'aris in - con?��equence
of iinpieasaht encounters in Parts society, it
js^stated that inns resignation is accepted the
embassy:-tp; France will remain vacant, Ger
many^;''b.eliig^i'epresented at Paris only by a
Consul.;;/ ^tv"Y:/ 7   '- ���   '	
3^fis;*Sept. 2MThe examination of Ed
mbnd About; at Strasbourg resulted in bia
discharge lo-;day.
Stockholm, Sept. 21���Prince Oocar, brother
of the deceased -king Charles XV", has succeeded to the ��� throne pf S wcden and No rway.
All the d igii i taries of t he rea 1 ni took the 0 a tl)
pialiegbnce^tO: theiiew monarch.
Geneva, Sept 24���The removal of the Catholic priest Riermedito by the Swiss Government causes some excitement. IIis bishop resists, the^ighttjfitlie secular power to remove
e}ergy;and maintains that bis allegiance to
the Fo pe is s npe rio r to a U h u m an 1 a ws.
. ���'; S to ck h 01 m, S e p fc;' 2 4���-T he r e ra ai ns 0 f King
Charles X^ bave been brought to Stockholm. They were taken in solemn procession
through the streets, receiving every mark ol
respect irom the,Inhabitants. .
. :parisr;Sept, 24-^Tbiers has now under consideration the recommendai ion of the Consul
General inregard to proposed constit u tional
reform. and is > I so giving his a 1 te n lion to
e la b oral e repprfs from F re n ch re p resen ta ii r es
abrbad in regard to working of constitutional!
Among the questions that are likely to arise
during the next session of Parliament tbe
educational one is sure to cause conBiaerable
discussiou, and His highly probable that the
gravest difference of opinion may be found
to exist on tbe subject
discu8eiog a question of
from many of those prejudices which have
such a strong foothold in other and more con��
venlional communitiefl, and we have so, far
succeeded in estabiishing a system of education which Is now, it may be said, on its trial.
Under this system the highest morality must
be inculcated, but each school must be conducted on non-sectarian prlneiplesrarid. no
religious creed or dogma may be tan'giiL
The country is divided into school dUtricts.
and tho only limitation in this respect is that
there roust be fifteen children of school age
���that is from five to sixteen years old���
within its limits. These provisions ore all
very well in their way, but it will be at once
HeoiVby=asy-~ori6-well acquainted with the
������sicnatinii' country that great difficulties are sura to arise
'in attempting to curry out the scheme to a
successful issue. These d ifll cut ties seem to
have been felt in their lull force by Mr Jes-
sup, our able and talented Superintendent of
School8,as well as by others interested in Ibis
all important question, and hence the remarks,
that fell trom some of the speakers at a public
meeting lately beld in Barkerville. At that
meeting it may be recollected that a resoln
lion was passed that boarding schools should |
be erected in convenient localities by Gov-
ercmehv parents and guardians paying auCi-
ctcnt to.delVay the expenses of the -children***
hoard. Tho intention of the resolution is
very apparent. A very large part of the
country is most thinly inhabited. Even along
the line of the wagon road, where children are
constantly increasing in numbers, the farms
are situated at long and scattering distances,
irom each other, and it is -therefore utterly
impossible to place the means of education
under the present system within the reach oj
the children who are rapidly growing up in
these localities. In any place where the population is concentrated, such as the towns, no
difficulty is experienced in carrying out the
Act successfully, but that, as far as the whole
country ."is concerned,-fe simply the exception.
It is evident, therefore, that somesuch scheme
as that embodied in the resolution previously
quoted must be adopted in order that the ad-
vantages of education should be extended to
all the children in this Province who are of
master in a state of somnamunlism/ In' tha'
morning a saclr of gold is trussing, the clerk is
denouuce.d to the .authorities, 'tried, eon*
demued, and suffers the penalty "of rbe la��*.
Deftiiancourt, who in'* a. highly improbabi��
way has fallen across Victorine, the object of
his Bearch, \s induced by ber, for tlie purpoaa
of solving the mystery and proving fc*r
.   In this Province, in I Other's suspicions correct, to accept��fee posl-
f this sort we are freod *'on. ��^ c^r^�� aM<1 therefore of guardiarr over
;  .. rLK .. . 1. A A   the treasured   Ke does so, and lil:e<��^^fooV.
goes to sleep for one quarter of an hour, and
during that. time the thief eulerfi aud tha
geld is stolen. Of course, in the morning tho
sack is missing and a horrible row takes place.
The young lady, then Va great distress, determines to watch herself, and tier father is then
discovered to be thelhief. He is suddenly
awoke to all the horrible- trnth. Vis'ohn of
the peer devils who have suffered through bia
conduct come dancing before" his now dis.
eased imagination, and like a man under riurik
circumstauces he,does the ''regular thiog,"
aud dies upon the stage. Other character*
are introduced as a sort of by-play. Ihe principal- ot /whom, tbe miner s hungry servant,
Simon Siggel, was well performed by Gomeir
Johns, ns was also tho, part of the three
thieves by Messrs, Pe rri t, Sullivan and Hud-
Bon. Mr Fisher's personation of. the old
usurer was really artistic and good. Mr
Thompson, as "JJeBriancourt, and Ftoreneo
Wilson, aa Victorioe, also did well. ;Tha
play, conaidering that it is ft badly conceived,
mereliicious.drama, went off.very .well to a
bouse somewhat thinly attended in conw-
queues of the unpropitious wftatbe^
government in .varluna couiitriw.   On these.    ffi . ^ {mtn    u ig tbe duty of the
materials he will base his nrononal to the As-1 S{^ t0.aflgj8t the parent in every way in the
proper educatiou of his offspring.  It is ^onbly
sembly lor the appointment of Vice-President
is f f t b e Re pu b I ic, the ere a t i 0 u 0 f an Upper
Chamber^ and a^uew electoral law.
The Figaro says that Dejemal Pasba. Turkish Ambassador to Florence, died on a railway train whiles going from Paris to Lille.
Charles Sumner arrived in Parts ou 22d.
Gen. tfaultmffcl, commander ot German
troops now iui France, and lbe French author-
ities have agreed to a Conventi0n 0f the De
narunents at Marne Haute, to commeace 25th
Ocloheiy A^A A..A- '���'������
Paris, Sept. 2*k���At an interview given by
Thiers to Count OrloftV Russian Minister to
France, the latter said the Czar would not
ha Ve gone to any meeti ng ��� tli e object of w hich
was hostility to France. Count Orloff said
the Czar had ordered him to state this fact to
Thiers. '.;"' ry'������'���'7''
The French Government to-day paid the
Germans 57.000,000 fratics, completing the
fifth half milliard of the frar iudemnity..   ;
A      A     '������������';.;, \A.; CUBA.,-:,'..,   :;,,
Havana. 20th ���A stringent 1 aw has been
promulgated compelling Chinamen now making co u irac t snot .to m ake a ny t or I ess th a n 6
not, more than eight years. It is reported that
a massacre had taken place at Cuidad Bras,
at which three hundred werekilled.
Veoktauik PRonrcTroxs in CAnmoo.���Tbree
go 0 d sized a nd we 11 "in a tu red po t a toes h a ve
"ust been *>!aced on our table for examination! The'potatoes are of Cariboo growih.
having been raised on Nelson Creek. They
certainly afford evidence of what may be
done even in this climate in the way of producing good vegetables. We might, hero also
state that Mr Green, the constable, has sue
ceeded this season in raising some very good
full-headed cauliflowers in bis well-kept garden behind the Court hpnse and jail.
Bahxabd's Exphbss arrived from below on
Saturday last, bringing a mail, an express and
the following passengers:���Mrs Kelly and
children, from Soda creek, and 1 Chinaman,
from Lytton. The Down Express left on
Sunday morning, 22d inst., with a mail, express, and the following passengers:���Mrs
Lindhard, Miss Santbrd, for Yalej H. Randall, for Cache ��r��ek ; 1 Chinaman and Mr
Bramley, for Quesnel; Mrs Colbraitb and
^Mm 4iioe Bana&f&i from Soda $mk le Yaie.
the cage hero where the means are difficul
and the obstacles to be coutended against
numerous and discouraging. In carrying out
this plan we conceive that pareuts shouhl not
be required to expend any more than will be
barely sufficient to delray the expenses of
board. In fact, any other rule would make
these schools so expensive that most parents
in tbe country would be debarred, from want
of means, from availing themselves of the advantages thus offered them in tho education
of their offspring. We are glad to see the
subject thus brbnght;prominenily forward in
this district, and it-is certainly a source of
satisfaction to ape in a community composed
prineipaHy -of v bachelors -such; an interest
taken in this question. Fortunately perhaps
for tbe linbornfmost of lis are unblest either
with wives or children: but that is precisely
the reason whv we should do our utmost to
assist those'Avho have assumed responsibilities
which we may ahirk but duty/almost calls
upon us"'tn adopt. There are,no"doijb.t. many]
dihlculiies to becontended against in attempt-
ing to carry thin plan into effect^ but that is
no reason for discouragement. Defects when
once s<��en are easily remedied. The rising
generation must bo educated and taught the
difference ��� between right and wrong, otherwise the country will in ft few years be inundated with a wild and reckless youth, ignorant
of letters and given to every spj&cles ot vice
and dissipation.
*���- ������'���'-'_-:.	
TnkatriCAT* PERFonMAXoa.���On Satnrd ay
evening, the 21st inst, an entertainment was
given by the Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Association at the Theatre Royal. The piece
chosen was wbat is styled in tbe play bills
the original romantic drama of the ��� ������ Seven
Clerks, or the Three Thieves and the De-
oouueer?* and a very <��rigirial un romantic
dram a it ia. The plot of tbe play is bad, the
incidents unnatural, and tbeJ whole story is
based on tbe wildest improbabilities and
numetouB absurdities. AJdotpte do Brian-
court, a nobleman, falls in love with Vic tor ine.
whom be meets at a masquerade ball. She is
called the daughter of tbe Denouncer, who,
however, i's notbia*g more than an old usurer
who has ijeen tbe occasion of tbe death of six
of bis own clerks, who being set to watch his
hoard of gold; In some unaccountable way
go tv aieep m& m robb<4 ^j* fozfc ew
The Ballarat co. took out 106j oz. last
week. The Forest Rose co., who bad been
prevented from working in their digging*
from want of water to wash with,: bave again
resumed work on what has every appearance
of being paying ground. If the present wet
weather continues the hydraulic claims abovo
Richfield will yet be able to do some good
work this season./
."   Aa'A'v"A'" tub"MJCAoowg.y..A..V_rr___*_:.(.'/���",;
The Lane & Kurtz co., who had met with 6
sligbt accident to their pumps, have ��gain got
to work. After the pumps commenced work*
ing the shaft and diggings were emptied.of
water, and t be men at; woikin the face in live
houra. This occurred on Wednesday. Every,
tbinj Is now looking and working welVftni
the indications of near approach to pay*
ing ground are extremely favorable.- Two,
extra boilers for the engine and the-Coin-
pany'a new 13 inch . pumps havo been de��
tained at Yale In consequence of the repairs
which have had to be undertaken on the Alex*
andria bridge. The machinery is now, probably on the way up.
The Calavera? co. are running ahead with
their tunnel, meeting with variable ground.
The Discovery co. ground is looking better,
and the company is in hopes of finding pay ni
the bill in, a short lime. - The T wo; Sia'ters ar��
getting some pay. The Two Brothers/co. ar*
down .pi feet, find little water, aiid expeefc to
find bed-rock in a shorfc time. Oh tbo whole,
the prospects ou this creek are improving,     '
A The Discovery cbfchafrii been drivtn out
with yr&ter after sinking vsome 2$ feet, Wrt
h a v�� n 01 aear d w hetJier any other co mp an ie a
continue working^   :  / /       .//...:'-;. ',';-���""./���,���/���:
The Ross cp. ur��: taking out fair pay.   Th��
Lightning 00. is also doing well./ The Spruce
co; are still sinking in bed-rock.   The Poiufc/
op* diggings bave been filled up in cotise-/
qiience of there not having been suftleienfia
water to run the machinery.   The Vicioria:
eo. received their pump on Thursday.  Tbo-.
Gladstone co. is taking up rock in the drivo
so as to get into the channel at a lower grade.
The Water Lily co, is cutting a ditch.   Tha
Eleven of England co. is taking out good pay.
Tho Foster co. are about commencing to
sink. The Minnehaha co- have been running
a drain ahead of tho diggings which is now
200 feet ahead of the face. The Cnmmtogs
co. are now on bed rock in the channel, aro
getting some gold, but rock as yet rather'unfavorable. The Manitoba co. have got fairly
into the c nan nel, and is expected tp take out;
pay next week. Tbe Dominion co. hay**
drifted up to their own line And are on bet
rock, and have obtained first-rate prospects.
The Perseverance co. is paying a little ovit
expenses.-,   vyy _ A'.'A. ���������   'aA 7-:������:������-;
Tnis following passengers are hooked to
leave by Barnard's Express to-morrow*���-\V_
Allan, Brisbane, Martin, L. A. Blanc. Andrev?
Morrow- Henry Nathan, M.P., and E. A^ >
Brown, will go ictowxt by _��_u�� iiOavfsyanao
^oi�� &6u/a cr6��k.. -"���--." a, yJi       '.;-
nflOTflWtffB^WfflBKHHfH LEGAL NOTICES; &c.  1ST  " IN'! .THB SUPREME COUET OF BRITISH  ...,��������� AA A        coiAJUhlA. A   '.'.;:���������'.  In tb������ matter of Comn/Chisholm, deceased;  ;;';'������������������; yy     ," . intestate., Al  ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THB ABOVE. Estate wo required tu pay such debts Immuci-  *U>iy] and ail persons who have claims against.such'  ISslato'are��������� required to send tbcxn In to mo ou or be-  fcro tho FUt&C DAV OF NOVEMBER next. ���������.'-..  AAiAyv a at. .AC. E..POOLEV,  Official. Ad raiuistraior.  Kfcbflei^3opt..9,1873.   - -   ;   >��������� - y-   sel.4-  IN. THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITJSn  .,\,.":   COLUMBIA.  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Yanwinkle Store  Va&anco&r, Larery & 06";.  [SUCCESSORS TO N. CUNlO;]  .:  In tbe matter of Nicholas Bailey, deceased,  '��������� x a ���������'-'���������������������������' intestate.  LL:PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ABOVE ES-  .,  tate are required to pay such debts  Immediately; and all persons who have claims against such  2Esiate arw' required to send them in to rucuii or before  aha FIRST #A* OF NOVEMBER awct.  C. &   POOLEV,  ... .... ,      . . Official Administrator,  ���������nichfleUlPftptY9,1872. .,.'���������' ,".   Ay   *  Banikrnptcy Notice.  WHEREAS A PETITION "FOR ADJUBI-  } T���������;.. cation oiVttamVruptcy., bearing date the 2d of  ^ptember,. .>1$"2,.. hath  been   dulv filed a/rainst  "HRtfRY STEEL, of Soda Creek, iu tho rroviuea of  British' C"lumbia,i Trader, and be having been de.  clarod a.Jtaokrupt,is. hereby requirod to. surrender  himself to; the HpnorablO'Matthew. Baillie ..Begbie,  .-Chief.-. Justice pf Our Supreme Court 'sittiug in Bankruptcy, "on the lath day of September next, at QUES*  "NKLMODTH, at -IV-cPcioek in ttio forenoon precisely,  and on Wednesday,  the. 16th October next, nttite  ���������Court House, Victoria,' at U 6'cleclc in tho forenoon,  : iireclsely- mid .'mak'o' afull discovery and d Isclreure of  Ills estate and effect?, when, and.-, where tho creditors  aro to come to prove. their debts,.' and at tho first  .sitting to choose Assignees- and at the last sittiug the  eaidi.Bankrupt is; required to finish his examination/  4JJX persons indebted to.the said Bankrupt, or tbat  Jiay c any of. his effects, a re not to pay. o r .de] iver the  :*ame" 'but' to Cbus. E. Pooley,' the Official Assignee;  ���������^vlioua'the Oonrt lias appointed. '- "A      '��������� ��������� ; >���������.' ���������������������������  .   yVAA:yA[\A'A'.A   ...   CHAS. E, POOLEY,   ,--,.,  -. ���������   " ��������� ;5,   ..-'������������������     ,-v Official Assignee..- -  patcd Qiiesnel, 2d September, 1872. st-7 1 ni  < Rpg" to Inform tbeir friends and- tli c pub lie that tho  have taken--the well known premises in Barker vi 11  so long in vorabiy patronised while iu tho occupation  of-Air X Cunio. ' . '  Tlxe Celebrated  XXX  Ale  w#ll be manui'aotured;and  ���������tail iu j ts purity, and  ������o!dJby Wholesale and Re-  LIGHTNING   CREEK  Has just, been re-  eg 1st ration of  Births, Deaths and Mar-  Ay yyA;yWo\T%p ky^Ai ��������� ''."���������  . TJVBtJG;NOTICE is hereby ;"given. that from an d ;  X!    alicr/tuc 1st day of'September' next, all. Births,  ; Deaths and ���������Marriages'with in the Prov iucb of British  <54lurahjaare to'Ve Registered;under the previsions of  ; :*\Tho Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriage's  Act;]IS72,". at' the.Office of the-Distrie t'-Regisirar of  tlie Pis I rict wherein the same-respectively shall take  $)hicc, and within the times following, that is to say:  JtlRTHS^-Within ������0 days from the date thereof ? ���������' :v-  3>E AT HS-r With in SO. days after -f utt-rmen t. , i,  JURRIAGKS-r)Vithiu 90 days irom tlie da to thereof.  Kvery Householder, Headnf a .Fiuhiiy, Clergyman,  Physician; or other person or -person*, -required fey the  .f5?iid Act to report" Births, Deaths and Marriages/ who  refuses, or wilfully negk-ets to do so, withiu the times  before named, will be liable ton penalty for each and  ^vpjy.ofleiice- of not loss than Jfiva Dollars or more  tlnin Tw;enty Dollars,'to bo recovered with costs be-  .i'������iri>any Justice of the.PeaC'e Having jurisdiction w ithiii-  >tho lecjihty where any such olllnco is conimiited  -against tins said Act. '  yy a- -i ���������; jjy command/ ���������." ::���������-."  ���������Ayiyty     ��������� ���������>- "':    ��������� ' M. B.: W. AIKMAN,  ;���������������������������'          ..,."��������� Registrar General...  &anrt Registry Ofilccs,^      \   . * .  ';      -A\l\<: ill; J.872; ' I seli  The best Liquors & Cigars  constantly kept on hand.  Tho Lodgmg Department  w*ill bo always, carefully Jattendcd. to, and.the best  Beds and' accommodation  provided lor their ens  tohicrs.     A    '     ' '. . de!6  ..","..���������;���������-,'���������..V&QTicE."' ''iiy:  HorsK of AesEMotv, 2d .August, 1872.  ^Extract from Rules relative to Private Bills.  "50. Alia replications tor I'rivu to Billn, properly the  .fitib.ii cl of- icgishition by the Legislative Assembly of  ' Jiritish ColumliJa, within the purview of,-^Tho British  North America Act. 1807," whether lor the erection of  ta'Bridge, the muking (if n Riilroad, TurnpikeKoad. or  Tlvh'gruph Line, the construction or improvement of u  Harbor, Canal, 'Look. Dam or Slide, or other like work;  -the granting of it right of Ferry;- the incorporation of  Ja;jy particular trade or calling >*r i>t any Jnjat Stock  '('ompftby; or otherwise for granting to any individual  .^r iiidividnaJs any exclusive orjicofiliar righfa or priv-  dlege* whaterer.. or J'or dolu^ any matter, or tiling  .which in .its opera tion would aftect the -right, or proper i'y'of other pi������r tics, or relate to any particular class  ���������<>r t h o com muni ty; or for.m lik injr day a m em I m en t of a  3jko naturo to any former Act. shall .require a Notice.  'Clearly...nnd dlstincUy specif vmg tlie nature and object  -of; the npplicution; to be-published as follows ��������� v-ja. :*  i A; No tice.'inscrte cf i ri: the' Bri tish Oolu ra bia Gazette,  p nd: in; oha aiowspaper, published in the djslrict af- -  tectcd, or if tli ere h������ no ne wspaper pu b lish ed tl i ereiti  .then' in a newspaper in the next'r nearost district ih  ���������which anewispaper isnuhlished;:     v;;r::; l!':.  : J6__rr Such;<������ot ice -shall be-<;on tinned:Iri'each case for  -n period of at least six weeks, d urlng: the In terval of  Yl ijne bet\veeh thc^lose of the hext x>receoiag Session  4������nd the con^iilijrafidn of the pelitioii;  ��������� 51.; Before .a ny ��������� Pet4 tiori praying for leasrA; ;to - brine  4n a PrlvatcSi 11U\r the; .ercctioia of a Toi 1 Bridgc i"s  ip resen ted. to the House, tlie person or .persons intending Ui petition for such Bill shall, npan giving the no-  %'m prescribe'l In the pnced ing Rule, {)iso at the same  ���������tune, and \& tli.ti srtrrie ni'Ui^r/giVti'^oiTce of the rates  which they intend to ask, the ������yu nt oi the .privilege,  tho hekht of .the arches, the interval between the  Abutments or^ pi era. for the passage of falts or vessels,  rfuid men tion lug. also whellur they intend to erect a  -drawbridge Or not; and- tho dimensions of ihe so-me.  -f-EESTAmAW;;;  AB"D   BAKERY  THIS OLD AND "WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT  JL... is ul ways supplied with tho. best of cveryihiua  tUat-can be procured in Cariboo. ���������.".-.  B6a,rd,.;.; - $14  Single Meals' - -  |!>  Tbe Celebrated  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior article to any which can be had Jrrorh he-  low, liiKiated and <1 round on the premises irom the  best .selected benies, an<l warra n led 1 roe from adul  era tion,  jo!7 J. G. GOODSON:  meiit. of everything  the trade requires,  and oilers to Miners  stud Traders the advantages of a splendid selected assortment, which cannot  be surpassed in quality or price.- " ���������  ��������� $&��������� After the 1st of Jn!y, Goorts will ha  <i*liye!������d according 16 order on all outside  Creeks..  .  J. W. LLVD11ARD.  Van -'Wlnklo. June 5.1872.  '?'  CLEARING  OUT STOCK  To uia"ke room for Spring Goods,  Tho undersigned begs to inform the Miners  of Cariboo that he is  SELLING- AT  COST!  The following class of Goods, especially Be  ��������� lectetl lor Mi tiers :  Tho FLORENCE is tbo; beit?Sewing;  Machine for Family:use^becaus* ft;  ������o seldom geU but of order. Ifthcra  is on������ not working vy������li f������ ;  California; ;    '       ���������;  OREGGTN;/ -A   f   A-vv   A ' Ay \  WASHINGT(JM TERRiTORV;"  ���������NEVADA,  IDAHO.  ALASKA, .  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  ������������������..   MEXICO,  JAPAN,  Or CHINA, if Informed of it, \ will  Cx it without  any ������xpen$# to the  owner.  .SAMUEL HILL,, Agent,'  No. 19 Montgomery Street, Southi,  turn mm building,  ������an j^rancisco, Pal.  : Send for Circulars and samples of  tho work.   Active Agents wanted in  every place.  tin&  tfji  es taiirant & Ss  J)i*mveFS>  DEC TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE.Y HAVE REMOVFI)  I) t<������ tlio ������j)-iCiou;j prL'iniises iormcrly knows ub tic  St. Oi*{)r^������* y.iloou, wliei'y tbey willboat.iill times  prep:irud loiurnisU >-*     -, ' ; ;'        ;  BOARD    A NIK  MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  TIk*  BAR       furn>?5lied wito tlio ifiotst'WNES  MQUOUSaud.CIGAlt.S.  Board,   -   &T4. *^^r  TSTa^  .  J 017 6ni  5  T  9  And a Very Fine class of  .        NOTICE.  THE   HNDERSiaNED  BEING-  ABOUT  i.    tx> close busincsfg,. .requests, Lliat nil p-irtk*s Ui-  debtetl u> Itim by Notes or Jiook Acwunts will makej .  IMMEDIAT������   PAYMENT  of-4.be aaitio.  ':,y,'���������*-, v;' ��������� i..- ���������', :'.;' fiAk '  ., .:R-MANETTA. .  ��������� Btjrkrrvine, Aupriis.t 17, 18*r2. ������ui7  I HAVK boon nquosie<l by several res pi������i:tut>l'*p-< r-  i. i\ea, wUoc.ib testily to the ftlicaoy oj uiy system,  Uj nguiii nuiko public the li\ci that.   '_..    ..  *.  Moses' Hair Inyigoratcr  WILL '1>KKVENT BALPNESS,  JJESTOKK lf.UK THAT IS BF.COMISO THIN  OU KAI.MNO OF!*.'i'Hi'1 HI������m:IiHI!v .  CUUE scdkf on iianhki?k'f.   ��������� :   A  TMsis iiot/i trior*- aspfvrtinh en my prtrt;'.ns I have  in my pin������������������y.������Pinn nutTt������vr������Mi.>?testimuninK<������erliIy!i)g'lo'  tho s5ij(*cest-*ol jny r.mic'fly. -        "  1 iiu not iH'cvut^e pretir-ini that I <*,;ni innke Mm* hntr  zvnw on lu'itflf: which l������ty������ lu'eh. bal������i lor. years,; but  f w j 11 u.������iii'������'ii tee to stop Uie ��������� hair iWwti tii Hiivy\\ A\o  ��������� i\<:rciisv.,i ia: growtb, and cllcctu;i 1 h nrmov������'.v<7jfi.or.  DamirutlY ,      W* 1)   MOSKS,    .  '��������� : U^rktfrvilK^B.C.   -  A] -AX y-yXl: CERTIKICATR;- AaAA') .yy. yA  Thip Is ii> certify that<inritii? - last sprlhjr my Ii������ir;  vea.s rapitWy ritllinjr out nii!l;inv IhjjhI *"a������ Instbeconv  tiVL' ������abi;--wljiiH 1 nppljcti u������ Mr Wv Ti -MOSES.Brirb'*  Bu rk'ervili������,|; \\~\ih in. a few weeIcs re<Jtor>cl niv 11?iiiri ;  its furuirrli'NiUliv stale: ,;        ���������'��������������������������� I)AVID GIBSONS' 'A  ���������   Barkerville Bee...20J1S66��������� ���������"��������� .. A'-AAVj.  k..jMfiyAy-  LEA: & PERRINS'S ���������  ��������� ���������'... : Celebrated ������������������������������������: ' ^A;  WORCE S T E R S HIR. E    SAUC!������  Declared by Oonnpisseurito be;    v',  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE. --;;  A fine Beieetion of  Ladies'- BOOTS & SHO ES  m2l Itn  v.y^        QHARJ>ES 6QQI)t ,->.-  ���������Clork ftf lite icgisiati ve 2&&$$y:  JOHN EVANS,  A- fine assortment of  Grennine Meersoliaiim  Briar-root Pipes.'  ��������� ���������SUBLETS AHB 1'LANS EXECUTED  On .reason able terms.      AA  ;v:^Orders'leffc at Mr.Kellj'g, "Barkerville  TsrjiL hQ$ti$n#ii(l to,' t. ^ __jj^ tf  j������f Grill and examine priees.^_#   The  Guoiis will be sold YlliiY .CIL&At lor Cash.  Baikervfik,-ia'y 17/ ;  Caution agamst "F"raua.���������The successor this  mo.si deliohjuu aiiii unriyuUert Condiiii.cdt liavius  ca u so cl c e r tu i u d e tile r s to a pp ly lb e 11u m e b f *' WoriH-s*  tershi re sauce?'. to 111elr <>wn inIorlor coinpounels',;tbo  public i s 11 ereb y i ii lor in ea t h m tb l oil} y way to piy  cure Uie genuine, Is to ���������' .  ASK FOii LEA & PERRINS* r SAUGE  a n ri t o sec t li fi t 11) e i r n a.in c s' arc' u pon the vr'itAvtty  I.ABKLS, s 'f orr kk , an d jj err us; .-;:.;       ; _'  Someol the foreign inurlcels having beensuppliea  ki 11������. a. s pur i o u fi W or c es to rsb i i eSau ce. u p o n th e w r������ V'  per and labels of which'the names of Lea and PerrJjn*  hav e been. forge<l, L. ajid -P: g.ive notice.tbat .tliey  have (urnisbrci, their correspondents witb l)t'wer-  attorney to take instant proceedings against -������a>  I.'ACTURKU8������1id VENpOllB ot BUCll,. QTIHIJ OtbcrlDU  tioiifci by which tbeiirigbt may beinlriOKcd.  Ask for LEA & FEKBINS*. Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper������ Label, Bottle, .an������  . Stopper,"''.    :      -��������� ,'r ,-���������';: .'A. A ���������..   ��������� ._  . ,Who 1 esaJ e and f ot eKpor t by th'o Prppriptore, Wpfr  'ces ter; Crosse and Black^elliL'on flow", &c������ ,&& j.,  by Oroceffl *n it Oilmen u'civcresii^i *���������   *  wy-^'.i  H^


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