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 im  M  >m  10  I ��������� yX  in  mm  '   "-e  m  i i  yy  Aim  Wilis:  i  Y5|  r'l  1  yy;  , S  "/I  ���������:::y  YY  f:fe  /;y  y,Y  //'  Y,;  vi  'Yy  ii      " i    .'.;���������'    ~'--    t~.'. - -   i  ��������� ~r  r'-^ ,f* I'ilia' K&aa^^ FbuifoL/f;/://;  About" twelv^p.iitha;,sinQe aigbsfc profound  sensation was created!hore h^ thVsudden and  mysterious disappearance oi S. Pin, Hie head of  tlipJirm of-.;S< Biu;& Co^yfradprrin Richfield.  Various rumo rs were ifloat at the timeregar d^  ing the missing* man;^Some attributed* his  disappe.arance:tp.:M^  in tlie' wbodsVbuS/maiiy others., hei&thafc/bei  had lcvan ted to escape fi;om his creditor^ and  wa������ .subsequently* seen- on^his iwayt������*&ote������  nay, Boise, &c.r 'Active.search���������. wasJnsUtuted  in the woods for niariy days after the unfortunate man. left home, -buftnp.trace of him could'  he'foHifAZ B^mere^accidenfj; the/whole'mys^  ���������tcry has come'tolight aiid- speculation.set-at',  rest forever. "��������� The .cireumstances attending  inquest, v.; ;">* one hundred cents upbii-tiic dollar.  PmjJIccau e&iulyISTOJir/to it&k clothes-tieing  ^h6J5e^eiW,^n#hei}yheAotlAoineyMtiz'Sin  was a native of thei province of -Dauphine:iri  Fr^BCeJarid wa^ aged abbut:50 or 53 years; I  anvsure the articles���������pfbdiic'dd-;atid;'f6ttndMn  the clothes "of deceased belonged to Mr.Tiii-  I saw thebodytKe(6te;!t.^fas removed to town,  and am of opinion it was not disturbed since  deaUif'LbelieVe'thepoisoir in-theA;-febttletb  be,strychnine..". /'yiXyy.. T-''; '���������<��������� -i" ��������� A A-/  ^itr>;Ci6x thought this evidence was: all/that  was necessary ,to convince the?ourvj that'tlie  remains were'those of Mr; Pin, amVthat there  was no doubt the unfortunate man'liad conn  mitted"suicide.:.'���������,.,. ��������� ���������;/ /Z:''��������� J.":��������� ������������������ ...'IXZ . /;..  y The jury said they were satisfied and brought  in;the-follbwing::':\       \.-\y. ZZ-AiZi '.>'��������� ���������������* '//  'yi\.'''Ai-ZZt.'yy.ZX VERDICT: .'"; X Z'ZZX"'ZZ, 1.  ^Thaj,; Sermet Pin .came .to his deatu^on or  Jabout 14th pct;,*X864, at Richlield, by poison/  Mniiftisfcr^ own. hand while'^he. was'  iif a staftrrbf ������������������teinpbrary insanity prpducedjby.  peeuniary;lemb armaments.'' "' _ *  !,.. ��������� Zl'���������" ''li^' ^.^BSBKVATIONS.- ,. ��������� ��������� ��������� ,   '.   : - >'  Wex would f'elniafk that tlieistate of. Pin ;fc  plrtess 'thehvorld can afford: - ; It is -probable,  however,'Tie :inay haVe-'been" cailed;horne:for  other^purposesp subh as'IJhiori aiid Mat not;  which ho\vever h6;iphe knows anythiii^about.  tVfe ������ivtoout:that'^  thebaic IHoli you iof shbuld'tiim but'to be  c"brrec^^: If ysuch: ��������� A * young1 mah^ almost;; a  beardless youth;' as ^Ir, Birch can make;a?Gbv^  ing land in the valleys; of ;th0:Boaa.parte,:thr  Tboinpsbn and-Gash^reek^bu-dnesido,In tha  fiu(8^; v$lev-aM^  bther.:'^The. Culr^^^e^.;is^tlie ^ghe^lani  there 'the" least lifteiyi^ anSi;y^t?*feSpahi8ii  ranchucan show -fine wheat thia;'y&f^izyzZ.;  There are ninbjrdairies; :around herei and  much good better made; Jndeedbunch grass  ernbr;!surely1!^does^dt^ require much;expetf seems ^'raa^a^^hb rbii^er^s^dbe^, gopA  ehce for Srich an 'era! ted nokitihn^anVn'fi'��������� nnl'i beef".;;]' I ^hojiid lilce.\ tbi ;kno$i froth]'iornpXbi  ' y o ur; traders $������ wh o are sto re: keepers, whbthar^  jit would not pay them to encourage tb������ man%  itfacfcure bf.^utter'here;rlth^^  supplies hu nd red"��������� bf 'miles; away 1 Cheese,  eggs, Hams'aud - baebii;f ali ebuid\be"8u'f)pUSdA  from here" fresher,, ���������bfettdr'r'and?bl^aper^hai^  iwhal ;tliey-iiu'pbrt. yAiAZiylAA iZZyrWZ^Z-  . : M k. Qhap p ero n, ah enter prising FteAotiwMip.  at^fiutpn,ihas JbsfaM^ at/Lo0n|A  Lakeland; sup pliedthe./.market', with splendid:  iuountain tvrtut;; >Hehas had;a.rapid'saie^f<3-f4  b oth; his. fresh and..salt fish, even dp wn io -Lilj^'  i()oet.   lie ebfij^vreda^eftl bqon^bh tolput~  li^^^jfi'e|fe^iigy^  andHaihte^nieat.?  ehcre' for srich an exal ted. p bsitibu���������soifie - col  onial bred^biped might do .as well. ';' ' ��������� ;.'  "  AiZ:. "if?'* A'?^ 'pI^ ..pEPARTjiiEsj.. Zii 'ZziZZZ  ; r ;Keenan,;on;accbuhti of the lainen table death  'At his /wife, has given/','up busmes in Tfctorm  and^lbaves' by the next steam or,; ':J Druin niond^  it^see; has* received tfo nbmina'tion ior,&hief  'Eiigirteerl /;';;;;:ZZi Zy ,."������������������: :'���������- '~Z xi!- Zy ZZ-  ���������X"'. At. ;;,;.;"."./���������-������������������ qox&o; homb./ aZ.ZixA XyZi.  Z&$Ms\m^  1 eayg.^;tlie 1 '66}pny- "for -JSagiaiid /by��������� tha; next >  b bat f .^nd;.jiyithe, folio wing one, -the.Go ver n or  of; B; '0.,(!, Oi/^/^allace, Sir Jau^os; Douglas  and=sbn, ahd^someibthers. J : /,''. ZZ, A.r ,yr:;   y_  TRK.STII'AMBOAa'-OISAS'rER.  WZGA$bxtiEsq.> ^iicl the foliowirigyjiiry:-7~0i j \  J������;Trevaillot, .forbniau; Leopold Kuhn/^f. Wf "  Kbbihsbni Charles ^terence,;bPete  Tlibniasv Qutlirib/ El..ii/Wadiiams; J^  *berts, ^PaiiicicjKirWin,y S/AYiimtitn; /Thbmas-  Burreli.; x -. , *.- *> ��������� Zy. j-,. :.���������. >\ yuu: y y-i- ���������  ; The jtiry ^ejngswpnibr  cleric;bf..the .Cpurtj Mr/Cpx K^fly addressed  theni, o a* their, duties/ y iy: [y \. :*��������� Au -, Z x I  ���������;.'' William; Wright, milkman/ was^tlib ��������� first witness ^^mihed| lie deposed: as Ibllbws i--0^  Monday'evening';last; about 5 o1clbck^i was;  on my .way home fromEichQeld; I proceeded  f roni; thb-blackshlith-s^. shop straight. up /the  .hUl^/whea I cameK nbar.|he���������cdge:of i8e;iiwoods.  LETfER FROM VICTORIA/  ���������'iW-   Victoria, Augtfst/14thvi865v^  ZZZX .THEvNBW:;D1GGIXGS.- ' uiy ' iZyy  Once more /Victoria; i������: itv/an .excil^d state/  I took bearings by the sun. for .my camp, which  i8/at,tffi,JheS!d^f Stbu^'%ulc^Vi^id^noit%o  more than a half orZthree-quarters of;a.'mile  when^saw A .4&ad^an:lyi"hg;^the 'grbunftf  I foumi ^th^:flesh:hadair^  iyihgln a pbsiiMf se'e'nMhglfof^oseatJ^l^  ] eiigthf iWawia). pW������c|^ofi pi^ei^; partlyA&pti-t  arid^awaitihg; with; Jm patieppe/ tp .kupw: nibri  Ypu^aro; a ware itiiftby the Gr byern m ein t; y acting  lipon/theiprihciple^of Sir/James Douglas; tha  fbrme"r^ Governor,:^^'sent^rput this year a small  exploriftgi^p^ditipn;to  thlng/efee/lbf i^alub.��������� ���������//Buttle, who: was. with  jiraLor4iini?the Boundary Comniission, fed  char^^b^the'pitrty, aiid he is lbi)ked upbn'as:  ������ telmblb^njau; .but;;t!$ :;."re p or \ At / the. disco v--  efie's ��������� made * do. tio t come: fro in b ut ih ro ugh  fiinfi^: "Three or four days, ago-'tiiia city^was  4rbuse^fft m^itl'l^^ * iisuaT  during the fummer/mbnftis,Jy^readin| a despatch frorA"thb^ afbresaid;party, reporting that  -tliey Had^fbuad^goldin /p^vying iquautities, say  five cents to the pan. upon a tributary of  Bear river, a stream which falls into Clayo-  "M"*''^ >��������� >a*p������.^v*.|  of /thisfhjo rhlug^^niay ��������� be ylopked;upon, as  =, u.^Au morning  came to to wn a ad < rep orted i'-the^ disco vbry^bf  the remahis: to th^ magistrate, Mr. Cox.      y  Fran cb is'; L elier .. s w ora,., ,���������. and ,,.v.examinftdi  alacrityi^,. .a . ,, ...(.,, ..,u_.... .,..., ,.^. ,,  .- ';j;. Tii'e^schpp'^er] * On w^rd^ ^a^tam/^McKay^  arriv^d^uri/tte'������ca,o^Kainschariva frbm]a>  fisiypg/!c):uise//an^ -%e' Royak  !RbMs'la)3|m^  of. first^le/qualf ty. "j^TKb', Onward -was/fitted  oiif ^^^i^oi^,;Esq!- and other gentlenieii;  ���������iii;il|ii^Kiast},;and their,;eiiterprisothas been^  'crowned/with:. bbihplete^success^ ^ /Thecapta in'  :ahd crew'aVci:alXwoiK.ihe^ th^schoon^  er K^ate',.Oaptaia^allerton ;xhb 20t;h,pfeJuly;;  "sjie had '650 0" codfish and was ab out re turning.  *^ince loaying. here^tliey; Kaye. sig}ited:inothing  of any accb'liiA 6lit^ the"Katef:the' bodfisM and  a few Sitka ice-ships, ;hayev,had toagreeable  weather until a/fbw clays Ago]' hear0 no th 1 ng  of the ��������� Shenandoah nor thei whaling.���������fiect,  ,.struck thefishing;rjanks in;proper aeason and.  ���������made a very :good-haul> t'bturncd' by! the phi-  side passage- ahdjmet the :Otteryb4?her'waytb  - Clavoquot.'yXAZzyyy: ^ uxX -y-yy \}-y y  veryf pppjijar,; ae/eyer^ onb^belieYea-heHai wK F  | jthe jco un trj j: an%  imb'/res!tj..w|th^hia^ ���������  Lve^bf tfieplopp./*  _. ��������� ../-.^^%a^accbni^,  :panyin^Kis^i^JSncy Klafe^iew^^k^^ *  y ery. go od pne; o f ^Clhito n w ith)Barnard?a .^o; ^  iS'tages just driving iipto tu^^atbnJoM^, 1^  i / Sow,'5ir/; Editor,:cphtou^^burigood wprjfc'[  qf'uniting us/und!;bb':ass^  exception of New "Westminster'and'4h"e'f*^  ish ^jumb&n^  y pu*r/ ;,Le.t ps* fo Up w. ,the,gppdFpxamplG .aet :'imh?  ^^b^rrlfrbther colbnistai /on; ;the* other s|db^;- ���������  :(^e;Rbcki'ett,%t/usA llst^  of ;theiHome^(jbv:errin1'ent^ M xtnlW^  andire^iioe^he- expenses bf ^thq Civil IM -im 11  ,'i... -.c;   -��������� zi' l    ?^ Yours,truly, ,,/,-.   ;,{. Xl^ '  ���������1 ������������������ZAZxZZi ***,r .������>���������=';   XyACiiAiXp^tm'i uZ  mvnA.  ffisassa.:  /ir^E^VA^IS  whole known of the new diggings.v,They are  easily accessible, but, astar.Yas..known, like  ikeck river diggings.��������� eaii; oiily be worked  ing; never heard of him since till yesterday;  (the letter found byprbvioiis witness, and also  a pockefc*:bobk-Containing 'Vauia^lb^i^m^  aonie: of/tHeiu/ promissory;/notes/ p^/amourits1  due/ tfeMut, /a,pipe and suAUjrule',;iouha ori'  thejpcrsoiv' of deceased b^Mr. Woods; Police  Constable^ ^vere/produced dh/Court and: idbri^  tiaed by^Mr:LMier)f thlfbttbrprbducedis'^'  dressed t to me aadreads: as follows: (Translated Ay Captain trWlibt^ m .-- y JwM*  ^ fe..DKAR .F.RANEir���������I see-t hatmy murderers  are just on me.   . * Ar <% /%*  |   *       *���������    *  *      *      *       * 'J  *'  1yrOur business is  coHinlicatedvandi they willjibt give me/tlme  to'regulato the sictine.; ,;/In itnothef world; ybu  will see me agaiii aiid'y.ou" shall/lnpwithat ��������� I  dovriegfet whatl/iwu jdoing to-dayi in order-to  save my honor in this/workU ^/^bur/;friendi  regrets not to.see; his jear., familyjafter; :&b;.  mucfi buffering to bid tfcm good bye. ..Adieu,.  Frankj^nd'yaailMridti.mbert; ^whom I esteehi^  and'lor* as a brother. Farewell to all. /  -5  ��������� - - -Your mbSt deYoted;,agoni75Jttg,;: '"/ Z  ���������' "Z< Zx:i x ���������"''���������ZZ^ZZ{ZZAZiZiSiATini^::-  Williams Greek, f2thOot; 1864;   y :^ ^/  (The action ; of���������'^the' weather 1i^ ;-pbliforivtS3;  the portion, -pf. the; writing' which * wc have  marked, w^^ asterisks!);^ I can recognise the^  b ottle as. belonging ^tb, the-house; 7it had a" fa-r  bel on- it marked "pfoison" with adeath's bead(  the label is gone; I (Can-; identify; the several  articles produced; ��������� il haye/ inspected the remains of wthe;bo.dy found, and can recognize  tbe bio thing as the aame^Mr.'Pin \w.ore on tlie^  day fie left the house; Mr. Pin was a native of  the- vilhtge-of "Roman in Fran'&eX'hiS'Wristian'  cause of his committing-suicide was on account of, his upeeuaiarpem  theif 'em*6f lireihg-put in ��������� gapl)-^^ ��������� ������������������;-" -,...;/,,; ;'y ;  O^ljamtert, ^n/bm^  fduring a few;nionths}pf the.year. Of course  futiire experience may show this not to be the  case. Every one is and has been;talking;;of  the new El Dorado, Surmising; this;iand^.prc-  nbuncing that, but mb one; -knows anything  more than is contained/in the G-ov eminent  ���������dbspatch^wjsicb.has^bee published'with all  ���������life crudities.''./���������./Of'^^:courseyCe.very?bne;believes  the report to contain more or less of truth, as  no one iiuagines the Goyernnieut or ^the,$x:  pioHngr jpai-fy'^liaSrc/ airy ''"deslr^ tp ;"de/ceiyg  The '6tter'started: this nibMng,atidltbdkabd&  150 meAi some .miners, some traders and'soihe  npthiiigsi2tli6" usual. mixture, for Clayoquot  Sound; " Of "course they have all gone" with"  big hopesy :;and"every t rono wishes th"enr? gppd  sbeed. The distance%om:Victciria?is, abbut  140 miles by water, so .the.steamer may be  expected back about the 17th. and won't a  crowd rush to the wharf when her whistle is  heard. You will see, .by4his^ccount,that  there ia nothing-whatever 4o: induce any bne  to leave Cariboo.,..... y% ;i ���������-. ^.AM;y ^  T u'ecu "riveh.  JFrom Leech; river there is nothing very/decisive (many of the miners have left, of course  for Bear riverj; someI of the ^ompani^s; by  fldming are making about ten dollafs per day  ttfthe hand, some less, ^some���������nothings 'A  ���������good deal of dust is brought to town m small  quantities, but, from the general tenor of the  account^ there does riot app_ear to be much  energyplndustry, or enterprise shown upon  the river Leech.  1 ��������� . *:a dovEWOn;sisyMopu.";, [���������*{!; I  h -You will liave' hoard that Governor Sey-  "^mbur is going to England almost iinme/liately,  aiid that is the-reasoiv for his turning about  instead-;of prosecuting his journey'to Cariboo;  lim sorry for this, as he can hardly;be back  frbni^nfecl"Before next January, and so it  is buite possible the gold tax> and the other  biirdens the miners have to bear will not undergo mucri aiteratibn for another year \y;th put  the acting/Governor will;take..rejvppasibihty,  "briuniess he receives ihstructiou3 to reeo.uH  ^endtbefemovalbf these onerous burdens.  te  * ^M^##^^r^e;s^ Bfa ^������6o^moVSeYiaour is going.bome ta  towsr���������I have seen the dead bodv found by.'J*!3 m3z*������ ^rc^iTtnV^c.'*a him evervhap-  Mr. tPrigH^nfl atn convinced it is that pf Mr;#o usurried.   If so, Mas ^ua our.    P  ���������, ��������� -1^'rai^^FROM ^LINTON;;;:;:;. ;';f \ _;  Near Clinton, B..a,Aug. 18/'6������^^  : My nei^hbbr| lieing/lijtie ''ad(Sp^d: Up Ibtr,  )r* writihgi 'i: je^Vboiiiid tp^buii(|ib -ffl, and/le^:.  ypu knbwf^hatys going oji: Wf4u)A$i&"ateVpf  political feeling; &c: i'&ei^:'' *a ''f *; ':"'iZ'Z ^ Z Zui  .yWe are all well pleased r.^i&.^^  as itTepfesen^s ;toll)btter ^than I th^'jBi-kish  Cp lumbiai? :our vin Sir es 13,/=tvUii ts Md;pp}.hwns?f  We 'wbuiff all'likb'^^s^the^lfm^  nia^^witli Y Ji^riS^^^pa'pltalj lltiS^ur  cheapest inarket; it's gobS |prtfa'nd splbhilid  barb oi? -af$ knbwafar?and��������� wide, and insurance  iii San1 F^aacifcb/alone is>oiie per cent. lesS  1 th"aaib:sNew 5fetmin8te"ci^ One zgoofHi town?  being ^Jready^ built at a: cost of manj miUions  we:do not seethesneceisityibforectinganoth^  ir uponjafar?ies3 eligible spotv L-.We should  aispnmuch. ratiier see. one^Gbvernor (ands that  one^eyniQurfeone^ Government: ;and -one;set  of- officials, ^^eilookjupba-Union as: a^ques-.  tipn ofiiVitat importance to the two colonies;  it is a question 1 not /only> of strength but, of  economy^;? Jleayy ftaxation has aroused our  interest:and attention:on this subjeetj and we  are certainly; unanimous, in taking your view  of the/caso^:������; y I y-Zi K..   yuy   ������������������..,- y. u- . :Z ���������  Business is. very dull, ��������� and* but ������������������for the afri-/  val of the stages and the "Cariboo SentiheB  we should begin to .despair of the country.  There is absolutely no,.sale, sfor grain but to  Barnard, * 'whbj' !being ;a Ibusiness nian, .makes  the most ofhis 'pijporfunity.   I expect to, see  .barley'at' 4/efe^..salek,have alrea'dytaken;  place at",5 cts.J, teaming over,60, miles include  ed in, tho charges^;/At these pmes;yery little  barley/will/be/growi^, fibre next ybar^unles^  some ^ntcrpriSaglindH^ a brew  ery aTPl into nl;//I/beUeve/the;.ponc^  pav, as Lager Beer^ fihds/a ,read^:sale/above  ;anu ,belbw;.Clmton/.bv.e>r:a  5  5.he whteat crops are looking splendid, and  thiis year I think.will.-coniute.those .croakers  whoY said- that - this was no ��������� wheat growing  coiintrv.'   1 have myself abet about it/of. a  hundred dbllarsVith a;ni- Oregon ian:yiZi ; \  x Th>rc is; a fo'e ^ife " for a gris.t mill at the  junction with1 splendid-water power.- I -ven-  tiii*e' to^say thfere/' is riot-sO'gbpdor'tenfel a  spot withiii a radius bf a hiindred miles:, There  .'are hundrtds of acres of g'OQcl whe^t grow-;  Tlie ^adewi^^d wll^ke^^  :.'7'*';-/:i. 1'-'"ft/fuli'bsbrknenVdf >/;���������/':.';'//������������������ /'///.  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Z'i^^Ami]xZzZy, i.Z,. ^ZZZZzAx  SNV^63^,^kv; PENS; BLQT^IXe ,PA^ -Z  Zl-i-Vm}^x:>y:W AZ.yy.X-y y   X  yn  WEEKLY-TIME BOOKS;.  -  ' ,      * : -   ': ���������''"  YIOLIN STRINGS" SONG BOOKS, &a      : /1  -yZZ;iZ /A;;MACr<;ENZlE^;^  iZ f^yy   ,;X jii;:Barkerville,.WUliam* .Greek..������������������ ��������� ii  E.^'b::;0!i:tiEXtE,.../" Wi  GfFiOE-GAM^OKrON.  10  ^^y^i-ms^y^ i r-;i:^sSS^^l^J^Z^ \y  Agegate ft������ A** MOealIx������  y*  Barnard's ^sprees  >y       d������  Van Winkle,       ���������-.   -:���������.: ��������� -'.i',-, .*.  Jf<������th of QassaeL '���������   . .��������� '���������% '���������'* ij,/  ������aanlnthanVAoUer, Xettbleyv'Bt*. y,  vens; Grouse, and all other out-  y -^y^    u  Ivfis?Cfeel������&"���������'"'  '' -**"-"    Spooaer's Express  Wft^Road,:^..     -  :'*v"    -Barnard's Express  CKhtohiCity, ; ��������� * ' 'Zi'li WA"A':Z y$xy ^*- *  TalctY .'- y-r* :���������. Mr. Evans, Barnard's Express Offlct-  .LiUooeti v-'yjy- . y. W. Foster, ���������'. ��������� do yXyiiy ��������� doi y_ '  tfew WestmtR������^n iXayy.,! ' A A --:������, Plarkscn & Co  ^tlltori^ s:;-:;:'*     *    " *'      * ' * Thomas J: Burnes  &J Z yl: .';'. -y TO ADVERTISERS. ��������� ,;Vy , ��������� ; /'  >3h^������Ca4*boo Sentinel* is^pnblished every Satnri ay  Wiping at 6 b^ciock.Y/AdveTtiseDients intended for  inaertloamust he deUyered at latest at eight o'clock, a.  sa.,on tb������day of publics.tion; * :y'"y..-.  '- yf  y- ������������������  fyy?yy     t.     "NOTICE,   ;l ���������        -  SsiteerVand others vtahing to send **The Cariboo Mm*  ^el��������� to their friends in Canada, England, the United  States, or elsewhere, can nave it mailed by leaving  addresses at the publication office. Price, including  posta^ $1. y: -..I-���������������������������'-'���������'������������������ " V ��������� ��������� Xyixuyi -Xy.yxX^ y  g. ��������� ��������� " . ��������� ......"     ,.'... ..,������������������'  ^Ctorrespondonts sending articles for puhllcitlon under  acta deplume' must entrust us witli their names in  cobm  ���������onfldeno*.  To this rule we must rigidly adhere.  THE CARIBOO SEN  Xn  HARKERVILLB, SATURDAY, AUG. 26, '65  ,gfc=    ���������     ������������������������������������       -   ���������   ��������� ������  ^J$!������lA 1������H^^5^^T jeo^Ltalniog , eight  fcAimrw~<na~ta.*'xaeMoir'fMB&iOi"fKta' Tittfii*ft������i'tjr~'7Sfv 'Tiff??  columns fa  "Sentinel."  iseuetfwith* ifiia'au3iFer~r3f "iSf^  fcbasbeeri the ruler over Ii, sod will be  plainly inform, th������ Secretary that of those  who remain nfeteteen-twentieths are diseba?  tentedand dissatisfied with the .unequal and  grinding taxation of the Government ? Will  his Excellency tell Mr. Cardwell that every  white inhabitant outside the so called capital  of J?ew $re^iratert:,^  theiGovernmeiit; is paying from ������20 to ������30  per annum for taxes to support unnecessary  officials in the colony ? .Will his Excellency  alsoYW  Majesty's iiistructions are to"gite the eel������nlets  five independent repr^entatiyes he only allows ythem focr,?i;AAndillastly,-will his  Excellency; place? this fact also before the Secretary, of- State, tltat within twelve months afc  ter he landed In British Columbia he reversed  ihe policy:: oiThisV Experienced and eminent  predecessor,;.which had made the eountry  prosperous and its inhabitants contented, to.  . i naugurate" a :policy that has���������, ruined and  partly depopulated the country, and bro  the:, people who;, remain to a state bordering IpAy disaffection'? Will he frankly telf this last, damning fact to his sagacious chief, and that he was led in to the  fatal vortex by men who had only the most  selfish interest in entrapping him into such a  contse ? If Ms Excellency has the manliness  to make these -admissions, it isij ns t possible  that instead df his absence heing^an injury to  the country it will'prove:ajasting:blessingto  the people he leaves behind.     ^'ZZZ'TZZyx-  NEW advertisements;  OTICE.  ajL CHA^ ;  \TED ALLEN is surprised at FRED UTTLER not sell cepting his challenge after gassing so much, and  putting Ned to the expanse of placing a man to work  in his claim aud sending a friend of hoth parties over to  Van Winkto: with money to make A Match. .... If Fred  means fighting* anil not gassing, lie can he accommodated from one hundred toone thousand dollars a sldo,  Ned has left one hundred dollars in the hands of Mr.  C. ���������,' at the Heaeer Hotel, O am ^ronton, w hlch- If covered and articles sent to ffed at any sporting house on  Williams creek a Hatch iem .hemafle*>  4SST This Challenge will remain op in to ten days, x  ���������'"'' Williams CreekJ; Aug. 2fitb,viS66iXX ��������� ��������� ���������    -..U-' 13/Zy  v  ������v'a������44A'*' i -t>^ *~4 ������-+���������4^-*+. -t  MS. JAMES DALGKTIt published in the last "Sen-;  tineln a very ainguhr "dun" to Jam*s Hood, in  which he reflects severely upon >fr. Hood's character.  As the agentof Mr. Hood, I desire only to ������ay that Mr.  Hood told me a short time before: ha left that ho had  settled With Mr. Dalgetty.^and paid ;him twcnly-tlve  dollars mor������ than he owed hihx. T am prepared to pay  any "debt Mr. Hood justly owes in the colony whenever  proper evidence of his indebtedness is presented tome.  Mr. Dalgetty has presented me an account against Mr.  Hood which shows the greater part of. his claim now  made against Mr. Hood to be for the profit on a lot of  horses purchased and sold by Mr. .Hood on. lua. own account. By this account' Mr., Hood has ovorpaid Mr.'  Dalgetty forty-fire dollars ,when the sale.of the horses  is left out of the account..; i Iff b en ��������� j Mri, Dalgetty can  show any -dalm against Mr. Hood he will tio paid, and  notuntfl (ben. = Z        "��������� ��������� -*'..%  ZyyiZZ'i ALEXANDER MOO*RK; t    Xy  .': 'Z'"'u\:.:-.;:...,..������������������ ,;���������������������������.��������� . ��������� ���������. Agent for James Hood.  ^Before another week has elapsed the good  ahip British Cblnihbia will be without a caption. For six months at least she will be  tossed to and fro without a commander, and  ther interests, the highest interests of *&e.^as-:  sdsigers will be left to the unskillful" manage-'  xnjeat of the secoad -c|ficer, whose sole expe-  ence<ff administration in a new sphere ia that  oflittlo over a twelve month. This is a matter, of rather; more aeriou3 importance to  etery one of us Jhan the servile minions of  the Government < would have us to believe.  Of course we will be to\A that the^overnor's  visit to .Inland-will emly *be-of feur months'  duration, but the people of British Columbia  cannot be gammpxiedby any such nonsense.  If his Excellency is'. back in six months he  will have accomplished all that it is possible  for him to^do.1 It will therefore be the first  of^archTbofbre Goveraor^e^mpur is again  at his seat .of Qp y^tomenty- "and x by thai; time  the springytwilit h������fee set inland the, colonial  Legislators will be .required at their respec-  Uv^.,place8fupf CpvAlic^  tanp;^angeisA ih;*- the laws which; are uhiver-  sHray demanded must- be kept in abeyance  for, another; yearj Md the; discontent of the  peopte^whb wiltj retoaih; itf the. ��������� ebuhtry will  be allowed to smoulder until it bursts out in  & volcano that wiU'be neither; desirable nor  creiitela to the I&������Bi6j^.^ jConsiderih^ the  manner In which Governor Seymour j has go v-  erne^a^e ir*i^^ ^and decay  whiili ai������ ^ejrjyfWre^c^se  pollfsr which he has inaugurated, we think he  should have manifested more consideration for  hy sinking Ship than to have abandoned her  Et the very moment she required all Ms skill  and cae*gy;"������^r^^  Hia Exceiiency prefecs, hp5vever? to leave heri  to .��������� tiTerYato,' and no matter whither she niay  4rift in ih&. meantime, even it should be into  the^ aaveh of Ifncib Sara, ������������������&$& ������������������$������'*%& importance to him. Will the jpeoiflo of the colony  not be cosaviQced C!of;the absolnte necessity  for Union with Vancouver Island from this  circumstance of bis Excellency's leaving: the  oonntry! Will any one have' the boldness to  nay that if union wero consummated to-morrow that tho; united colonies would-be left  without:.' a=4 head . lor ��������� six consecutive  months of the ye^r! Wo are persuaded that  not one will venture on jnaking such an assertion. We^sSocnld like to know bow Gov-1  &m������v Seymour wili^eet Mr. See������etary </&rd-  uterrogat^r4es m rega  r'a  treatment M>f the  Union  THE GOVERNMENT EXPLORING EXPE-  yyyZf'-yyyiuX'-'WmMAZZx Zx'lX^iyx  The miners fitted out  plore the north-east portion of tSe Cariboo  district started on Monday morning last The  provisions were supplied *by Messrs. Oppen- j  heimer, whoseteadef was thelb%^3tSd1iiie  horses (������x is ste/safeer) were parcljased by  one of the partyl yThe men are fully equippedtot two months a and it is only justice te  ail cohcerried-^oth^e ^oldCbmmissiohet  and the exploring ,party-~ifto state that the  most rigorous economy was observed in the  equipment for the expedition. This may be  easily inferred from the'-faciAt^^ the provisions  and minings tools for the whole nuniber: (six  miners and two a:xe men) having only: cost  $754; ��������� ffiA have hot heard anyf mtelligence of  the expedition since. i t started. : Let .ns bp#e  that it -will -meet *vi A the highes t success.: y /  In the County Court of British Columbia  A'Ay Holden at Richfield.A ! r  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  :  (Befers W. G. Cox, Esq.) 'j;' ,.  Tuesday, 22d August '  ;Qro FIno Flume co;y, by W. E. Boone; vs.  Livingston & Co^-rrTPhis was\an action^o make  the defendants show cause why * thsy eboald  not be ejected from the plaintifts ground and  pay $50Cf damages. The Commissioner decided that plaintiffs were entitled to the ground,  and gave them costs of Court and of witness-  es,.$I6V.:r,- 'Xyyy 'yZ'yy.!yuyy:y  : : P. Kirwin vs; Calif������m^-company,Williams  creek.^This was an action for $400 wTages  due plaintiff per agreement .for taking care of  claim during last winter.; Judgment for plaintiff with .costs,. >���������>,;���������:, yZA.'ZZyZi -.x'Z i,-. .ZxZXy  x California Creek Bed Rock Flume cp'jr, l>y  R. R. Mu-ss^,y^.;*Balph Aniarson.���������3^e ^aka- J  tiffs sued defendant for trespassing on their  grouodL Tbo Commissioner gave judgment  in farar of .:ptla!.htin^ with' $11 caste. '":���������  Wuyl-::���������>;;���������;'^^^^ft 23diAugust :v  San feancisco co^r >vs. D. Powers,���������This  .. .��������� -.;. ���������: ��������� ri5? .BANKRUPTcr.'; ������������������;  .In re RicHasin .0 ajomro^ ia^ankruptl- ,���������.. XyX;_  WHEREAS, a petition for adjudication or Bahkrupt-  ^cy, hcaning dato the 17th day of August, A. D.,  t8������57Ws^e'en duTy med  Hams creek, in the colony of British p;lumbia. Hotel  andiEating House Keeper andy Min?r^ 1 and. he having  been declared a Bankrupt, is hwrrby rtquired to sur-.  render himself to the Judgei of the; -County Court,Cat  the Court House, Richfield, oh the Sftat day of August  instant., and on the 25th day of Septemberoext, at  one o'clock in the aftewioon of. each 'day, and make a;  full discovery and disclosure of his estate and ellects,  when and where the creditors aro to come prepared to  prova their debts, and at the, flrstysitting to choL������e nky  signecs. and at the last si ttihg the,su\d Bankrupt is re-  qui red to finish his exam i nai ioru j All parson s -in debted ���������  to the said {Bankrupt, ��������� or that haye any of.hla effects,*  are hot to ;pay or ilelrver the same bnt to. M;0^ Phillips,  the.Official Assigns*..  ;-'.   ' XZ i   ���������'i   T'.'���������"' xy- -���������".-.*  Richfleld, 21st August, 18������5.      ;��������� *.   y ,       11 n  IN FUTURE, SHOULD THE EXPRESS BE LEAVING  on  MONDAY,   tbia office will  be op-ned &i ������  o'clock, A. M., on that day for theV transaction of.j^  press business. ~~yZ'"' :  _ *.         ROBERT B-CTmKO,.  '���������"  . ::"���������' ���������;.;���������"'���������" "��������� * * liz-Ax xiz y .��������� ��������� x Uanac^;.  Bank of British North America, \  BarkerviUo, July 29th, 1866.  It  THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between fi  Uosu>br and A. Towk������skP has been this day dis!  solved by nautuatconsent. ���������  u<r~< -yyyyy n. roedejl  ,/".-, v ���������������������������;���������������������������-��������� A, TOWKSRKD.  Beaver Pass, 6. <?., 1st July, 1866.  Robart Pool as authorised .agent for H. Boeder w������j  tmnaact business for bim In his absence. U  A tL PERSONS IM)EBTED to MRS. J. C. lAWLESfl.  A. ot Barkerville, are requested to pay thdr accounts  within two weeks from this date, as she ts obliged to  give up business aud go to Victoria from Ul health. All  accounts due hy said. Mrs. Lawless are required to be  sent rn within the above period for seulemvnt.  y Barkerville, tSth August, 1866.     , \%  BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.  In the County Coiirt Of -British Columbia,  yy Holden at Richfield.  CAMaRONTOw, ^^ WiiiiAMa Crbsk, By G.  :��������� A-���������. ��������� 'la'.te Faaatcis DtrsTiK,-a Bankrupt.::.-.-..  WrHEREAS,a Petition of AdJuJcath h of Bankruptcy,  .v. bearing date the 16th day of Auguat, 1865,  hna  been duly-fllcd : by Francis Dustia, of Williams craek.  Licensed Victualler and Miner, and he having been  declared Bankrupt is herebv n quired to 'surrendvr  bimself to William  George Coxy Esq., Judge of tbe  Oounty Court, on Friday, thei 25th day of Augast, 1865,  for a: .firs t exam inallon, a nd on'. Monday, the, 25th day  of S'-ptember, lS65;'yfot a second examination'", 'at-the'  hour of one in the afternoon, ^precisely,  on each d������ty,  at the Court House,- Richfield, and make a full discov-  ery and discloeur������ of his estate and ett'ects, when and  where the creditors:are tb come prepared to prove their  debts, and at the first sitting to choose Creuitora' As-  ignec and. examine'tho Bankrupt.     All  persons lu-  debted ��������� to: the .B-* nkriipt. or who have a ny of. his ef.  fects, a re not to pay or (leliver the same but to M. Q.  Pbiiiips, Esq.; OSJcial Assignee; and give notice to Fras*  els Dust in, or   > ���������-..��������� '*" X- i yy\  -yyyxyyyy Fi V; LEE,  Asrent for Petitioner, 'Richfield.-. ,  .  Bated August 16Lh, 1865. .,.fi-lJ\ ��������� _���������������������������  KEOFTHE BEST HAY BANCHES IN  the Colony, and situated on tho ...WAGGON ROAD.  :��������� Sufficient hay can be cat to . \  grocehus, yi<   ^  PROVISIONS,  '���������*-',v   ' .-    LIQUORS, ������������������������ ������������������* ���������ZZxtu  ���������-������������������*'       '   SEGARS,  rZx;Z .     '  ' : TOBACCO.  CROCKERY,  ��������� ���������-��������� MINING UTENSILS,  -'V  ���������Zu.X:y   STATIONI^Y,.-  ;  -���������:,:������������������        CLOTHING,  ��������� -y.X-yy X.y.:;,yy.,.-i  ."BOOTS'  DRY G<MHJS, &c.,&c  There Is a never failing spring of water on'the-premi*  sea'tbat does not freese in tbe hardest winter.  There Is a house on,the Ranch, and if St were fitted  up H would GOMHAICO. A LARGE TRADE, being one  of the best business stands on.the road.  The Ranch will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH, cr p:.t%  cash and part ca time.  &&- For foil particula'r8 >pply to  13  MR. 3UTER.  Agoat, RichD������ld.  Is the Snpreaie Court of Civil Justice of  British Columbia.  2N  CSAN'CERT.  ���������A tt BKBTORS to the firm of L.  Will he toll the ri^^a*5mble Secretary *h������������y  feedoslined to liav������ the r^sbluUdns on the  subject pass0d\by;::t^e:''J^$mibl'|:~ of ^Tancou-  vetlsk&nA, and sent to him fo? boasid*eratipn  by tlie Council of this colony, discussed in  that House, and actually allowed hia Colonial  w&8������n action for an injunctxoh to restrain  defendant from working plainUn^' gro^ad.  It" appeared .the claim had been laid over^������r  a fortnight and when the'time expired the defendant commenced 'io work on it, and mm  t&kmg&at gold. The Commts^oner said if a  claim, was lud������qr������r and was mitoble^v oae  taking it up would he e&ytied to It ' The re-1  presentativ������ of the plaintiffs said they'were  in debt for water and that the company were  out working to make it up so as to resume  ope^atkms ������$& the claim. The Commissioner  uader these circumstances 8ned the defendant  t6 %*������ fixee!"-"! ^3^������ the amount of gold taken out, and ordered him to desist ��������� x.. w.y:-   ���������������������������; i   ���������  "Friday, 25th Auirust  G.Pellin -m, John 1^^^^it/fpr,$���������5,  wages for -working defendant's interest in  Union claim last year.   The plaintiff said he]  didnot apply for payment mntil t*kls������8a8������Ba,,'  when he was **brokew hy prospecting and  hard up for money.    The defendant said he  .; ..   ,.y... .:yi, ������������������      YY .,/> .,���������.    . ���������  ...    .;  ^. ,_..._...; v    -,.     . ��������������������������� ,  ^r^Goodfi bought at my Store will be delivered FREE OF CARRIAGE io all portiona  of Williams Creek, ,i..,x  RICHFIELD.  ALLEN & CO.,  Blacksmiths, Lillooet, are hereby notified not to  pay any moneys they mufowo either to I*������wis U Al  lea or t^TtiomasOd*!!, as after this date all debts dut  to the said inn nsnst bo paid to A. C. jCHiutt, Esq. f A.  P,, of LlUoet^, who has been appointed Receiver to the  said Estate by an order from the above Court, alga-  ed by        ��������� "���������.  MATTHEW 8 BEGBIE, 3.  Ullooet, a C, 4th August, 1S9&., 1%,  UsBcnairra A*a������ DaaLesfi ts  And every other desoriptitm of Goods required by tho Mintag community.  tiffi? Moderate Terms.  ���������._..  ----���������   ha^sote^npioyed the plaintiff, but he admit-  Hr. Cardwell that tho new Tariif Bill of last ted that fe gs-^e hi& ������������Jaseat to nis being em-  gessioh, itemed to lagttM-- tho m colony j������a- ployed bjr fee ft^pemaa. lifee Magistrate said  erally, as well as the sister ccioay of Yan~: the plaintiff waa entittai to feis wag^r and he  convcv Island, was a measure calcalatod tO; madbanoxder &at the defendara& pay thorn  promote Sfritfch interests in the North Paciflen iu three days*  or will he inAt place the true facts before his    m   ��������� ".   .        r * ���������  *.s������4.*   tiAnAPAhlA'''inftrifaifWr   nr<A   atnin   that     Tffg SssyASDoaa.���������We laarn that Admiral DeBKsan  fconor&me    ��������� q*UllSLiS^   ^ ��������� lJS������l   hwte|fllo*lo the application of the American ftnsel  demnm to    build  to tiie effect that should the Shenandoah enter this port  lie will see that she does not depart as an armed vessel. The Admiral otsoatatos that if he were awaroof  he^ whereabout* fee should deep rich a vessel io netify  KSCellenoy go further and give Mr. CamweU jBGr depredations. . -& present tfee iBfemailon as to  ft satisfactory reason for the wholesale depop- btr wher������obcut������ ts to* ^^i������ to -nnntt a vtscs^^t^,  \xu\lph of .the conat-qr in tb*t trightdon moaih* Imsx^'Qir.mi*'  the measure was ������n���������  ������jp ztn isolated city o-O'tho-Frasex of three  m four ' hundred ���������. iuhabifcaota at &ho os-  pen&o of the   national wolfarot    Will his  CH2CH10NTHB   BANK  OF  BRITISH N^RTH  AuBsuo&t' No. ������{&$, drawn la favor of Anthony  Lowe; by "The Bald Head Mining Company. ������������������ Tbe  payment being stopped it Is of no use to any one but  the.owner* Any person finding tt w|U oblige.by 4eav'  ing U at the Bank in BarkerviUe.  August 10th, 1865. IS  THE PARTNERSHIP heretGJbfe tslstlng between  Amocs Harms and Aisxandb* H^arns has bw-B  this day dissolved by mutual consent. Ai! debts due  the Sato firm to b������ paid to Alexander Hardie, and all  accounts due by the late firm will be disch&rsed by the  SRld Alssander Hajdie.  Camefoatoa,. Will&uasa Creek, 16th Aug. 18S6.       1*  AMD  Barkerville, B. Cf  u KET-LY, pRor������H������Tdfi.  _ Ss do&e in eonnccMon with this e&tabttsh  raen������ to givo ealisffiction to tho customers.  AOOUD nWi&t ON WILLIAMS mm*.  owner can have it by applyiag at Ibiso&o*, ������0������  paying expenses of advertisement.  1st August, 16SS,. I������  IN FOTOrtE SHOULD THE ESPRHS3 BK LBAVIMjS  on MOHDAy. this ofllco will be opened at 8  o^clock, A. MM on that day for tho transantioa of Es-  prosa bufllue^.  8o ale of British ^lurafelA.  HK UNDEKSIGNSD KS KOW PHSPA5tSD TO ASfA-  XiYBK ORES of any description brought U> him  for that purpose    Charts* raodewte.  PANNIN0S  m  m  u  ill  y '  ym  m  ,y  yy  ';���������;:'.;  ���������'���������'���������:  z  Xx m  u  X  y  fit  ������  Si  !y^  irm������i  YiSt  m  tf  w  111  1  ���������  Y  v:  an  <��������� ul  urn.  THEC  BARKBRVIIiLB,; SATURDAY, AUG. 26, >65  Burglary is BAttKBRViLLE.~~Oa Sunday  night last a daring burglary was committed  in the store of Mr^Lichenstein, in Barkerville*  The ruffians <madef an: entrance in the hack  part of the house,!.'^;-?orpi^op'en:tlie' door  leading into the proprietor's beirooin; From  that they got into the shop, where the "Little  "������������������ Old Man'7���������Ben Lichenstein^-was asleep on  ������ couch, and from his side they took the caah  box which contained one $20 hill Bank of  British North America, one$5 bill; $2 in ail-  ver, about $7 in gold dust* and some gold  specimens.   In their retreat by the back they  rifled the bedroom; tossed oat'the mattress,  where ikeywere no doubt disappointed in hot  gettliig a largei'muri of money,   they appropriated, however, the following articles: one  diamond ring (not first class), one five shooter  Colt's revolver arid two boxes superior cigars.  The cash box has since been found between  Barkerville and Richfield, but ho clue has  been discovered to the perpetrators of the  burglary.   It is supposed there were two persons engaged in the act, as MadafneBendixen,  who occupies the adjoining house to Mr.Lich-  enateiu's, heard two voices in the store at a  late hour iof the night. V It isy hoped that  something may yet-turn up that will lead  to the dete.ctijsnand punishment ofthe roughs  ..engag^dln��������� spjJiniKraous A calling. -v We are  sure the PplicVM  updone to ferret them out, \  ^AUi-op'Cirmo'^ Tuesday  last Mr. F* Y". tee, of Richfield, ?aold the fine  ranch at Co tto n wo od j late the pro per ty of Mr.  Smith, by auction; to satisfy a mortgage due  Mr. Laumeister for $6000. There were seve-  riril^dife%at4he estate o^ly^eaiizediM'JO,!  and it was purchased by Mr. Laumeister in  trust. There are 35 acres of most luxuriant  oats (nearly 5 feethigh):'gn^iii^;:Q&j^.$ina,  besides turnips, potatoes and caDbiges^ in ail  about 50 acres under chitivatioii. ���������;Tri*iranch  contains 320 acres, and, is certainly the finest  estate in the upper country. Two years since  it would have easily found a purchaser at  from $10,000 to $15,000.; A most commodious dwelling house has lately .been erected  oh the premises, but it is riot quite finished.  We regret to state that the unfortunate' mechanic who erected it has not been paid, and  he clairiis to havp' Expended $^206 upon iti  This3s uhdoribtedly a hard, case, and shows  plainly the ^necessity for a Lien Law in the  colony!     ^ '  New Roads.���������It is only a week since Sir.  Wright commenced the new road on Williams  creek, and tinder his personal supervision, we  have now a good road for ntore than'half-the  distance from Barkerville to Richfield. People  are actually astonished at the rapidity with  which tho work is going forward. It is a matter for regret that Mr. Wright did Qot get this  contract early in the season instead of at present a3 the want of a road has been greatly  felt all summer. The hew road from Cottonwood ts going forward with commendable  speed j it is almost finished as far as Beaver  Pass. The stages wilt probably be running  as far as^Mr. Hamilton's in the course of next  week. Parties Heaving Williams creek on  horse-back will shortly be able to get as far  as Cottonwood the same night, and when the  road is finished through they, will be able to  reach  -A miner residing near Cameron-:  ton had $400 in dust and bank notes secreted  in the floor of his cabin, a bold thief entered  the house when the owner was absent at work  work and stole the booty. Thera was between  "$3������S asd $400 besides the secreted money in  the cabin not concealed, and singular to state  it was left untouched. We think when there  are two banks on the creek where the mining  community can deposit their gold for safe  kcapiag, it ia highly imprudent on their j>art  to keep large sums in their houses. From the  numerous robberies which have taken place  lately on this creek, miners and traders should  be on their guard and not keep money to any  amount on their premises,  LocHLo'koso House.���������A Victoria merchant  ea route home writes to us that the old Crimean heroj Sergeant McMurphy, has his house  in first rate order for the reception of travellers. "Everything is comfortable, and guest?  are treated with fare which is not excelled in  the beat hotel in either colony. The Sergeant  has plenty of beds, and he can accommodate  any number of travellers at night. We hope  when our mining friends aro on their way  do*m in the fall they will mate tbo gallant  old soldier's a f>oiat for ajoppfeg over night,  Wilmajjs ���������tasPast OFOT&.~*The Post  OSSce has been removed from Richfield to  a ������ta&othsfc will he hailed with  on Wil-  the markate slRceour last report.  A NEW CP.EEK DISCOVERED.  A prospecting party has been fitted out bv  number of miners on tills creek for the purpose of prospecting a new creek* distant ifroni  Williams between eighty and one hundred  miles.   The new creek is larger than Williams  and so far as it has been tested promises  well, but nothing very startling has been.dis-  covered.    A shaft was partly sunk last fall  but the men's provisions running out they  had to: abandon it and return here.   They  went out again this spring and resumed work  but failed to get down to bed rock from water  flowing in upon them.   Prospects of gold  were obtainable from the dirt all the way  down.   The men when they return intend to  putln a tunnel with the hope and belief that  they will strike a channel.    The sum subscribed for carrying out the objects of this  expedition amounts to $3,000, or $500 more  than was granted by the Government for the  exploring party referred to elsewhere.   The  following persons are the spirited supporters  of the enterprise: Messrs. James Loring, P. E.  Devine, R, R.Clark, W.R.Collins,C. F.Jones,  D. McNaughton, J. Christie, M. Prager, B. P.  Anderson, James Cummings, B.W. Bingley,  Francisco and Angel Gortarrs.   Thr6e of the  original prospectors are going out with the  expedition, which is composed of six men;  with thirteen horses laden with provisions^  Four head of cattle will be sent out hereafter  for the men to kill during the winter, as it is  theirrinientio>3^^sreSiau Jp next sum  mer. The prospectors will no t receive wages,  and they are bound to work up to the 1st of  June, 1866, without any further cost to the  subscribers. Their remuneration will depend...  solely on the result of their labors, so that  there will be a. sufficicnt stimulus! tp make  them exert themselves:' It appears there are  two or three^^.creeksiwithin a short distance of  the net? creek which look' yery favorableT  and on ohe of these a m iner named Paul ;La^  ramie,well known in Cameronton, has been  working with a rocker all summer, with what  success is not known,'but those who know,the  man arc pertain : hei would not' rfemain long  there if he were not making wages at least.  The country we understand in the neighborhood of the new diggings abounds in game,  and there is fine salmon trout in a lake near  the place. : The men think it will". take them  about thirteen days to get to the creek and it  is their' ���������intention to cut a trail through, so  that if an thing is struck hereafter there will  be little difficulty experienced in getting to  the place. The prospectors are James Gain,  B. W. Bingley, W. D. Vaughan, Thomas Wilson, ��������� Rosario and: '.:.,"..��������� ,. The party started tb-dav.   -  ��������� .... '  mTELLIGESGB:  COUNTY COURT.  (Bafore W. O. Cox, Esq.)  Tuesday, 22d August.  Boyd vs. Williams.���������This case, which was  partly heard yesterday, came up again to-day.  Thc Court granted a decree for the amount,  $70, to be paid in weekly instalments.  Friday, 25th August  C. Fulton vs. Martin Tormey,���������Action for  ������13 13s., amount of promissory note and  coats. Judgment by default, defendant to pay  by weekly instalments.  ^CARIBOO POLICE COURT.  ^Before W. G. Cox,: .Esq., J, P. J -  ;    './ Friday, 25th August.  Rill vs. Loring.���������This was an action for the  recovery.of a stove and some other articles  in the Go-at-Them Saloon. Mr. Cox made an  order for everything but the stove and he reserved his decision about it until a future  period.  To the Editor of tub "Cariboo Sentinel."  Sm,���������My office having now been removed  to a central point, and the system of branch  offices, on Williams creek itself, having been  done away with, I shall feel grateful if you  will allow me, through thc medium of your  paper, to tender my sincere thanks to Messrs.  May and Oppcnheimer for the great assistance  they have rendered me ia the performance of  my duties during the past^fourteen months.  '������-*   I am, sir, your obd't serv't,  H. T. CotfMELINE,  Postmaster Williams creek.  Post Office, Barkerville, B. C,  '    August 25th, 1865.  Fatal Accident.���������A child 6 years old, the  son of Mr. Withrow, of New Westminster,  was killed by falling through the hatchway of  the ship Acquiila to the bottom of the ship, a  distance of 26 feet. ,  Morb New Dioorxos.���������It is reported tbat  gold diggings have been found in Washington  Territory, near Mount Baker.  RKcovEuixa���������Messrs. Thompson & French  who met with serious injuries last week m  mining shafts are recovering.  Ttt8l*roANT>*OiGci������������c&--Tyre isss Ut%r e^s from  lbz \tA''h-\ d  KKCITEMENT ABOUT BURNES CRKES.  During the present week an excitement  sprung up about Burnes creek which has attracted a considerable population to  that  hitherto neglected region.   The creek is situ*:  ated between seven and eight miles from Wil1  Hams in a straight line, and between four and  Ave from Van Winkle.    It takes its rise in a  range of mountains lying between Lightning  and Jack of Clubs creeks, and'it empties itself into the latter below the lake of the same  name/  The creek was discovered in 1861J but  up to a week ago the prospecting carried on  upon it has been of the most superficial character.   Surface diggings is all that it was considered good for, and until recently, miners  who have been working on it never thought  of putting down a shaft.   At a depth of five  feet there is blue clay, precisely like that  found from the canon up on Williams creek;  and miners have taken it for bed rock and  never  attempted   until now to penetrate  through it.    Fortunately, however, two companies more bold than any of their predecessors determined to sink shafts, and getting  everything in readiness they set to work:  They found very little difficulty. in getting  through the blue clay arid were not long in  reaching bed rock���������one company getting; it  at 25 feet and the second at 30 feet.   The Roily co'y got 13; 1-2 ozs. of gold in the bottom of  their shaft, and the French co'y were rewarded  with even a better prospect.": The hews of  the success of these companies soon spread,  aridl't wasrio  stampede of ail the idle hands from: the surrounding creeks'; claimsi werei soon staked off  and up to the present tiirie nearly 50 claims  have been recorded. Even men earning nine  dollars a day on Williams creek have left  their employment arid gone to the new diggings. . Several of the oldest tinners on Wil-  ImtnTbayje visited the creek ������ince^ the news of  the hew "strikedspread, and they have stated  to us thatithey are extremclyy well satisfied  with the general appearance df the creek as  beirig highly indicative of possessing auriferous deposits; Burnes creek is about 2 miles  long, and is very like the upper part of Williams ^reek in its general features as well as  in the various strata; through .which miners  have to sink to find the bed rock. There wil 1  probably be 100 men at work! on it by Monday next, and a very geherai feeling of confidence prevails that iSuracs creek will turn  out an easily worked and profitable gold  mimng^camp.;. '1-.^^,'*  ylyyx<;-���������������������������- ��������� u. yZXy*  WILLIAMS CREEK. '  -During the present week a good deal of  rain has falleU, which has been of great service to. most of the claimson this creek. Several companies were obliged last week to get  iheir claims laid over from the scarcity ol  water, but fortunately relief soon came and  they are all at work *again. Three or four  prospecting companies have taken out encouraging prospects since our last issue, and generally more: confidence is > felt in the Ax hill  claims. Thc Hibernia co'y, in Barkerville,  got into a channel and obtained prospects of coafse gold a few days since.~-The  Welch compiny are still making a little over  wages.���������TheHit or Miss co'y are not doing  so well as formerly.-r-rThe What Cheer co'y  are sinking a new shaft-rThe Morning Star  claim is still yielding its average of 25 oxs.  per day.���������The.Bald Head co'y will be at work  in their shaft next week; they are completing  a deep drain round: the shaft house.-r~Tbe  Sheepskin co'y are sinking a new shaft���������The  Aurora still continues steadily to yield over  300 ozs. a week.���������The Wake up Jake; coty  took but a large prospect yesterday of coarse  gold.���������The Davis co'y are taking out steady  pay, about 20 ozs. a day.-^Tbe Caledonia  has commenced/to pay a little over expenses.  ���������The Nevada Tunnel co'y had good prospects from their ground a few days since.���������  The New York co'y are at work, but not making much.���������The Beauregard and Confederate  claim continues to give her treasure, between  200 and 300 ozs. a week.���������The Last Chance  co'y have been doing well.���������Thc Cameron  claim pays 40 ounces per day���������Tbe Raby  company are making over wages���������Tbe Dead  Broke company are just doing about the same,  they are only working one shift���������The Forest  lloso claim has given a good prospect since  our last in the upper shaft; the company will  commence to drift next week; the shaft next  the creek has been paying well during the  week_jrhe claims below Cameronton are generally making expenses.  STOUTS   O0LCH.  The claims generally on this gulch are doing well. TheAHuras company have been  taking out between 20 and 30 ozs. per day.  CONKLIN GULCH.  Work is going on briskly on this gulch, and  several claims are beginning to pay.���������The  Reid co'y have done well during the week  and the claim now promises to k^en up the  reputation of the gulch; the amount taken!  out for the week will amount to 140 ozs.���������The;  Ericson co'y, the members of which are all j  new, are at "^ork again'ttt t^o shafts, and are.  taking out gold.���������The Saw Mill tfoyhaVe commenced washing up and have taken out 150 osa.  ������������������the green Born co'y have got down their  shaft (the fifteenth wc believe) and feel eon*  fldent they are getting into a channel���������The  New Zealand have their shaft down over 10$  feat.���������The Good as Ajny co'y are still at work,  and the Britannia co'y are taking out a little  gold.y-      -ZKAX\ZiZ.'-Z ZyZuZi: ..  Ax iyi-)   juohtwso CRSrsKi.^/ .'; :'":,;  The Ayrshire ������ass co 'y got rather better  prospecte during: the wee& than formerlv, and  are taking out about expenses.���������Th������ Dutch  co'y. are doing remarkably well.������--The Discovery co'y are making oyer wages.  ,iryiy.VOWlAmGBXBKA>ly'Zyi ; y;  The Washburn oo'y have sunk a new shaft  in the lower part of their ground arid ar������*  about to erect machinery.���������The Chittenden  co'y have been doing very well lately, taking  out good pay���������The Moorehead co'y are taking  out a little gold.���������Th������ Sage Miller co'y will  resume operations next week. When the new  ditch is-finished several hill claims will corn*  inence work; y  LATEST NEWS.  .(���������fromthc British Columbian.].  /Sari Fraucisco, Aug. 15.���������We learn:that si  soon as the dispatch reached, Acapuico, git*  ing the news of the. destruction of; our wha!-  era by the rebel pirate Shenandoah, the/com*Y.  niander of the British war steamer Devasta^v:  tion, then Iving in the harbor, sought an .  iri^iew^ith; Ca^Gi P. ;Scbtt, of the p. 31J  st"eamer Sarahac'V. arid*'" ihrorfe'C'd' him-^aa^te..^  shbril A set sa H im medi ate ly with the Detasta- V,  tion in pursuit of the Shenandoah, and, should  treat the rebel cruiser as a pirate, arid capture ���������  her wherever/she. might be fburid^ - tie lefi ;  port as soon as his; ship coiild be^gpt under y  way.'   .���������,.-.,,.  ";-.., >':y       , ;"ZA-'yy ^.U., >-:Z  v: .San:Francisco, Aug. 14,^The regatta yea*y  tefday ^ attractM rmrich attcu tion j and the cori'-S  testants were followed by a large: numbfeof)  boats confining spectatpi^.;/^  travelled was about 30 miles, and was per-.....  formed by the yitch Restleea^ iii 4 hourslaniy:  15 minutes, beatihgi the Mermaid/33 miriutea;, i  X. Ofificer Watkiris this^ morning arrested;Ked*yA  ericlc Jones,Ja^/brutal lopliing ;riegro of/the ;,  lowest typej on; the charge of rape committed':���������;  upon a little white1 girl ,nine: ypars of age,','..  who Is /now niittpm ra terrible:diseasei / It is *  stated tba^thisbrnte!h^ habit of \  enticing lU^  on various tpretexts, arid the result: is as stat������ %,  ed. The father, of .the icjurodvch'ld endea- y  Tored to/shpot the .negro. ...;���������.. ,.'���������' x^xr- .������������������;���������  The ITrbcs op Bbo. Jo.vatha.s-A ntimijera^of bodl es  including Urnt of Mr. Neabit, lata bt tbo 'Ballotin\ Vliart. :  been waaheel asbbro ad?.r th* scene of' the wrccfe. /    //  j^ There is' no eastoni nowa: U)-d������y, tii* tthgwi^ 4  line la still down.������������������'���������.���������' V'y. ��������� yZy.X.' Ay Ayl  ^^ The tel'?griipb has be< n flriteb^d to ,Itr'p5.,.'���������,    ,., >  Ug* f^> grteat la the rash of vlsltbre to,sea ���������;. the tomb  of Mr. Llncf)ln,'near Sprlrigfi ������ld, tb at a lla������ of omul* ;  buis^s has be^&sUrted from thexitv to, accommodate  .  thew.^''/:--  " lV ;i':''. '''Zy :. yX 'y .y-      .:'���������        i'A.i  MABREE1*).���������On the 10ih" Instant, *t St. ,Jobn*������ '  Cburcb^ Victorisi by tbe Ven. Archdeacon Oilaon, Mr.  Gharl������?B Adolpbe Alislcy, to Mi������������ Francisca Carollftft  Hegele, both of tbat cityi.  t  RICHFJKLD.  -PROPRIETOR.  Th������ Saloon is fitted up in FIR3T CLAM  '������������������.���������''���������;���������"'*������������������ STYLS^ with y  Phelan's Billiard Tables!  j^The BAR is supplicdwiththe FINB8T  LIQUORS which can be procured.  i  WHOLESALE AKD USTAIL DBAJ-SH8 IK  C  a^d  fc>  -arc-h-andize,  BARKERVILLB.  it may  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that from some cause  or complaint of the bead cur bair cominenoodfaliita^  oat so rapidly tbat we fearbd vve shoul'i K������t: tbe wbol-v  In this conciiilon wo went'to *W\ D. KOSES, und  alrango to reluy, in THREE applicaiions of h'u *tu-  deri'ulHair Restorative our hair b������������.iiri6as.ctrocg 4a  ev->r, and Is now Boft and livdy. We mfikc tbis c r*-lfl.  ^ate with pleasure, believing iv to be fcr tbe public g<y>3.  GEORGE COFFR1N, Oiraerob^n.  ROBERT WARREN, B������rkerviK*  H. S. BE&G&AVE. Richfl^M,  Wiia������.Etts0r*pU, 1st Juif, 18C������5. l'l  f  1  9"  i  ���������A  s  Is  Re  1st-  X  ���������Z  XU  1  z  z  m  y  ill  i  i  Ax  rt.-V.>-WUM*t-i  .../j������il4������^..  mlL j^oa^^  zzr.  ^i^^jr^^BRu  vZ.  ��������� 'X. lKZZZyA't0AkfAe British' Colambiini] 14' I Al' X y  "'Eari' Fraricisco," Aug. 9.���������The steamer^JJel  Norte, whiclv lately to/ok |he rescue parties tb  tho scene of the^ wreck bf the1 Brother Jpna-  thahy arrived* at half pasV*two to-day. ^'The  ^llbwih^garycrilafs4 are'received,: 5T?fiefIBro^  "riftdfiilfiie ^brtnlyvraa vvas-s  but the steainorlttiM^  eunrise on Sunday:ithe?wind'then became so  violeri trthattiess' Enanj half- the' cabinVrpasseri-,  gera came to the breiakfasi'table;. Afel������2'o^clbck'  ^luhchH^a:stilK lessvirathber were presents]  QaptkDe J^dlf M6V the ^passengers and inform^  e^:thoofficers that rthcisteainer was^f pur mi Ies  north[Xp������ ithe^latitudei oft Point X ������]A:&eorgef  whic&?point"YSs threes miles> abpve^Crescent*  ������������������ CByj %> .The ?wihd xontinuing to increase.invio^  3 en ce,' Capt DeWol f, at one o 'clo ck, gave orders lo: turn> the. steanier for/ Crescent City  harborr^sixteenSmiles souKeastward. The  in tentiori was:to** ttilbnor in/ trie ^ay. till next  morning.   .The./Qiiartermaster,^ Yates, savs  ^::/:vXJEpROT>.^  OTFibP-BAIrtJ:kRV^ Cabiboo,  I Subscription,' \ %Ar P** '��������� :*w/eek,  :y.i :7v:  (Including!cosUipf ;d%vc^sBayabie ito the* Carrier..  ym.  ���������;*m  the^oV^  to pieces -with a crash inthrecminutes. "TherS  ':"    was nblpame^^^  * tUwastwpll"as "the" officers *sust have had a  Xiilfsens^  .-���������������������������      ^SptaiffiDeWSif^Srdereil5 ;pne^j1he-large  x h9*j& ^^SriMAAAfilledwffi ^^|ngers/(f/te  Sli"#f  ���������y- i  '���������I  ; /.5>>'r.'?|/:^.iiaV,e ^usr,^ceivedrav^^y'of  .( .-.:,...-fAWi :���������.:���������>���������-���������*   ... ��������� i ������������������������������������:.,;- ������������������*���������*-'    ������������������.     ��������� ������������������������������������������������������: yli"^    ���������������������������   ���������  v^t^in'gJn'^izQ-.f'it'in'' 6 to 9. inch.; they are of;;;first-rA to,  quaUty,/and'warranted.L6 bako^w^U. ? AlsoJ a well asr.  sorted istock of SHEET IRON; both'Giilvaiiirzed.and,  Plainl<TIN'i?tATli;^SHEET 'WNG'r ^COPPER.' ; Al:  IXi.yt. 'Z^diAiuXZ /:ways on>baiid^'T*rt. yuy ������������������*���������*: v-ui:  feKeet^Iron Stovres, CookingyRanges, Hy-  V- ri;.* o p^rja^drauUc^I^es^ cscvl * -. (y.: ��������� t yxyyh  Z.^fAllyfptkAP our line- dpneait reasbnablo ratosjind  wairante/a'to.give'satiafa'cUon^^^^ -1A  A^mAZjX, b^KERVIIjLB;^ r.-V [i^-Ax  iLITTHEidyERS'OE^US AREI?(JIJb  :ed to oail"arid;enjoyithemseiyes,r when;mi  yy..y   l^artywejcipmewilLbe^e^en^-Y^ At-Zyy  X iBilliards^Excelient' Refreshirieiilir ah'd > iht  bcst.o^orUer;obserYed.Y:Y;,tv ,-";.  - '���������i^j^ii-O .tQy> ������������������*  '-:. Vi,'. Ail. XZZZA...,', Zy , ,,.ilARTIN St CO.:x  Opp^l^inier^^  .1.0.  AZyAx^ ��������� z :yy A  Has>Instetctibhs;to self the*f611owirig valuable  "iZ: X^Al^&hasfytiZ  i ��������� l4alnterestsiii. f'SaioMitier^Co^y, *��������� Lo wheel Creek'  . ^ vj2-'h ^db.-y^ A 'Brown? iu d .$oy' ' ������������������: -. i y do/. 11 ';'���������������������������'���������--  -^ameniK^tiriae ^  '. eel^ed arid upset fier^throwirig /all;.oir boari  i^^M?\fktArh The. mate drcwvup such /o|*  ���������; the^atli^f as'he^cpii]^ reaeff f^mltAplstM^  er^/^iris wh^re^  ^nitrates siri/ee>the1sho8k -ariol ffie/steamerjwas  ���������;���������;going ���������i55^w&?.f y THe fl&d^xiatef Mr] Pafter^  ,   Ron^wasfin "tfed whem Me cra^Ji,fcaine. .H^  ' lo#e^ his'sl^  .   Frve^Sv^e^! an  4 nte^iPa^hand; arid^elev  ed^aiter��������� hihi^irid  uge s^ard^aridtw^  1 irge^and she dipped Miicessantly;* 1)ut ^the  ntrbng :^rni arid'obolncss of ';tlie mate bron^ht:  ,   h<fr Tvitujn tweWe^iniics ;of ? Cresbent'City^hai^:  :   Iw.^ Gapt, I^olK ^ri;^ight, j/Mrj^crd  /(TCeUs^/F tApAr M?j  / Isesffifwef'c' on deck ' when last seen /fiyi iM-  x\ fescued/cr^w,: '*;;:The;^,b''o/at /pro/bably lies,; 15CJ  ��������� feet bclow/the surfa8e:s There were 700 tons  ,/ / o frnicrcM'ndise freight;^eBides������ti e^assengets|  ba^ga|e^/^ll: cl6Jely;und^i^^^k;/,;������  refi^M"d^5Ied: to^%eliiv������*1ihat*n6^  1 iving, per|Qn 64f the A240, pn th$|ll^tedtSteam^  . erjjav^^&^iriefeeh^^w^^e^  .:., foundsA'ty Ziy.M.' J A '. i ���������: . ���������" -'.. ' u>u  ������?I^ST*fi^  <fM-j .Zx.fqi0& ^^'^ciialiengeV   "    do4Cdn"elins Caleb  il ^M^ZiAbZ-ZZ:^mo6dit^Z . '���������  *ddr Zl%A   ?P> f"  *Ir'anii^c^r"e7iilly?' -  ���������������-  Yi^Offlce^^gHKIKLp, -near tlie.^urtjKousp.  1Q  iJ-.vn.'  3^1'y  ;T;HIS/3S TO CBR^FY^^at fi^ spm  ^r?cbiiipla'ln:t of^tbe; ?h6ad^*5our ^huir comm^ncedifailing���������  oil t;so rapidly ^tliat? we, leared;.we:sbould jlpso [tbe ^.holc." ���������  In ibis condition ;we; went to7$?.. <D; MOSES,...and.  strange tb reiatey ffn'.fTHREE; appiicatlpjps -of his'..wdn-/  dprful- Hair!Hes'tpraCive' oiir- hajr.^bedame as' strongr as  ever, -and tsjhow soft andJively*.i'l"Wdinakelhis^ertifii;  eate, withpleasure, believing it to,be;lbr^e!public;good:;  Zy.iiyZ r;./^,;;GEORGE;'COFFIN, p.imerontori,  3rV  ��������� \ :t ?vS " Z   ?r: ROBERT: WARREN, Barkerville,, . ���������.  zuirttyi :yyt A^tL^'^fi&^vk^^ic^^aJ'-^ 'xy.  *WiUiains;������reek;ist Julyi"1365V^f'-' Yf'^ iw>���������--  til  xJ^A^l^.^  * r^^r^'i?^^^"''^?-^ 5 'u XiAr x'u:-'' y'  i:;'<?l' BARKERYILLE,: WitiiAAis Creek, i Ai  iy;yy<y,yx yy>x..y v~& .^yy ���������-y  -yy^ '';-'.;v;  Hayo oh liarid a large^Bt<)ck pf the followhag  IAijopds' jusi arrive'd^vhlcia^ tbey wi 11 sell at.i%9 i  I A'l:y ."^-^'.Zpoyyosi:Mari:et' Rates,/yizV ':-rZZiuAii"ii  ,. "���������������,     ri"-Y ���������.. ���������'?   y:������  ���������        *.uiU t^;'"   ! *������������������*'. ..Yi'"-' :     ^-",---  GRCWKRi:^ ell ( Wads'.'.%���������!:  . y Sauces,'&c.,) jZj -}   >   .' '  *��������� ��������� '���������' ��������� -. ������������������   . :'ri-'���������'./; -J -  ,' 'i  jr;   PROVISIONS;^     yv '   ' ",;'"    :'";//"/',.  1 . '..'".. '^ 1URDWARE, ICROCKEBy, . , >/Z v>  : xyx i u- ��������� ''-uQ^oRS/WikES,': .J.: .'���������; 'v.;  !��������� 4% -"��������� '*Y  CAMERONTGK.  ii  "in.  yy  THB;.abovc fevorably^ known Eatabliabmsnt^ ua^  :��������� ��������� the ��������� enporin tendance^ of MADAHE JAMBS  J* AMES, Us proprietress,, has Just been: opened to tb*  public.: .The -Hotel Is: fitted npAn the most comfortable  stylej and the���������Jtestanrant'is supplied y ith ail tbe d������h.  caciesitbeimarkct aflbrdsJx A FIRST CLASS COOK baa  been,secured.4--s<������������������������,#. ^/-.yy .<-���������& &&. tys:.- ���������; ���������..,;.;.; ::<��������� y  * "Tileicboioest"bri'nds 61,liquors^and.Cigars alwaysoa  Sria;:-^';i^^\T"^S'^;;;'-v;-":.-aVi.:.."r: ^^  '--J^'TOE:GRE^M;tfah bo liad'on Sundays-  9 : -J -^',-    --���������������������������?��������� llii^J    ;  '���������      '.^j-^fm^LL'^:'';     i.'     ������������������'���������������������������  ii  ;.:-^iY- xyx ^^'OWHEECREEK; .N;; ";:\\  K PEARS ON ^P^R|T ER/;Ww������.  ^ifi.nsa  y  '3iSAA*.'l  EfMlj  IM  Y-A  oix the wcsVbank'.'of 'the creek;-. '���������"''[ TZ.'xZi*" '.IX*  '��������� -L'f ?'<  liQWHEEX CREEK  Store  altuato :brriVAheg:&st"������'Ba^ Wasbburo*^  "claiai.,' l/mhee.';xy<&i Xy Ai ytuhthi ?Z h-yui Xy xy <:. ���������  ���������"��������� yXXX"-' - ; ;.iEOWAED SSEARERj Proprietor:...  - iiwhoo, ��������� :Jajy;'4th;. 1665,: ** 'ZyA.ZA xA^ZtAZ* AZ  ..rl.yyy  l l- ,.'i .���������!���������...- .yr)  ���������:��������� Jf-lffil.  \ZXxy ZiiiuA *    "  ^.' n?f...  ���������fy y.y u'  "uul y r ��������� ��������� i:"\ <��������� D*JCK,tfROPE,  ',' r,,t- .'* y.  .',.-'/ \ ^  '     ��������� plC^ *e.,,&OJ  ^^^���������Partiduldr attention fe-oalled��������� "to./c^"flne.^sftdc"sr'  Gosmopolitan. Bestaurant  : ::,j'V,7 AND '?B AKE*re.������.���������������.. ?>'.������������������--  $.*&.  ^BARiiERVILtE::  ;^^-^'^/  i </.:������������������.  THS;SUBSCRIBEl������"beg$5 to^i'ntiiiiale*;ttiat 'h������j -hm r*-  f:;���������'��������� eemiy���������/&r<^ed;a.n-d'AWod.^ip,initevbe^,*1 ifHyleVhia Y  H^''^4yI3bw5rS^^ -;i  The services.of aygoodhbook^ bavey boon *;engagad, and ;���������  ilio/bQard /will ,.be,oi*ytiip.,bes/t ;4^scriplion;Y .r -^erina .for  bo"a^yery/raodcratg.'^/^ \;"%iy .*/ /,' /. X rZ "J-$ :'Ztj\y ,,;  df-LTQUORS; "Wl"NESv:&-SEGARS;'-;*;-f���������'���������������������������' .Zxyyx   ' "'A ^Jflt^jM^a/fea^  - nkl^^htrt-;foiv"f,^- i������iw:r'^'--c1:?' '���������" "Sa ' '-^  rlnthe BAKER? Department I^ESH BBE A^ mado  .Y^ff0^1^12^.^0^18^; -:.*i* Yl^:y> .Myyy frb'ni^hb^ry^n^fffour^  yrW> ,.-.���������:. y?fYr' y-^vW /-y' -.:tiyyZ 'loweslmarketrates* ���������'.yfy^mu.y&k*jn^Z*A.~,il'*'"::  VA������%$imZf:s;>e .Z x^nyi.y  u  (^giii^^i^  jaco^tvei^e.  :iL?..5.:U  |tHE;' UNDERSIGNED? 5^^ iLEA^^'TOf;  ��������� i nforin b is "Frisnds ' a nd ��������� tiie'^ "Public in general ;tbat fie:  sfi 11 open ori AioynAY n exfa B A.TH-H0USE ah a will  &AZTRI,G:& m&WiIN  :proprietorV  ,���������������  L v* !-'������������������':  Thia^Satoon^bntte^up  Tii c &t|grapli ,w ir es Aver e  the Bliuns, and^eSJp^ew^I  /stiif do wn^across  iriews^is received  *m������������������Panama.:  It is up jo July 17th, only two  d ays 1 atciy. Th is is th o fe t time since the,;es-  , tablislirh%t oUtlifesi'ony Exp^ssSrihe^Tele-  graph that the :steame^.TVia4he:^I^hmus :has  . :������ro ngh t th e latest ���������in tell igenci eA A Z  Mr. Wallace, late delegate to Congress has  received) thri^ apppintirient off Governor of  Idaho;    GovernpfcCalel) l^yQR has been ap-  poiutetllo Washingtbri Territory.   There are;  iprfepur^ons/jin progrCBs^lbria la^j$|emigra:  rtion> of Northern pop pic into the. South..,.. It. is  a ta ted- th at there ��������� wil I; b e A ri b?p r oseciiti ons in  tiic case of General bee rand other prominent  Sou th cm men.    Gue f illas.-/ are. s til 1 infesting  yaft' of "Alabania."'. "Tfie XT. Si navy is.' to be  greatly reduced", f/^.^eri^us "difficultyjjccur-  red between returne<f UnTon arid] Confederate  ���������Boldiors^at^Rbcky Springs,- Hudson (/burity.  Tennessee, in which three> men were killed  tind seven wounded.   A4arge ���������iufmber oFthe  Con JMeritte* soldiers airo/ jo initi^SIaximiliian's  army.' *T!id tTiiion County Convention met in  San Francisco on the 12thrust,.and nominated iho/lojllpwing^ p'arties^^'Lcgiglar^v/ejIioi^  orstv ForyF*BeiiatevJ'Fraril������'1,M. -Pixlcy, B. W.  II a thaw ay.   For ��������� Asseinbl y,y A. BI: Fo rb es, o f  IVolls^Fargo ^sCo:; Charles Hosmor^"merchant;   Le wis Go n n, com mission merclia n t:  ^Y.MA@$wiWAw  mefChandise brokerf:J?:i'h. BurreU,.rmining  secretary;cGotratt'Welfcop,'builder; A.-Gitluss.  1 owner-b'fVRus^'Hddse;/ B..J)oye\ contractor;  S. &A0AftezA Jr;,v'I^yer;;: :Nathaniel Page,  dojtlor.. in/real estate;' A.:W. Scott, hay dealer.  ' Theeo were elected;   '������������������= ���������"��������� ��������� ...  V--S   .>*."   . ..'   .*      -:���������     .     -i * -x. -i-rt   '��������� i "���������'- '���������' ��������� .���������:���������������������������.:    v.- ������v -n    '.���������������������������.'"-''    ft-\Xt  laQjJCJRS) which cam lie yprpcuredt y? V iTZyg'  witb?n'call ;rBlacking and > Briisb'es,-fand' ah ample ajip-  .ply; ^of? Elbow v,Grces^..w ill ^always be (bund; fbr ;tbin;  purpose. -.,..      .-,/��������������� ' -  .   . v ,  .���������  ' ',    ':.y.T ������������������  '���������. $&" Charges to"suit the depressed state of tbings,"   ���������  Gents wbo visi 11 he Casi nos w ij I do well; 16 gi ve ine  a call; tbey will"Rieii^be/cer^n~tom%kea':������*tiINS.  . Baths, $ii SdbtsBlacke^d,'25 cts.  JOSEPH REVI3,  ��������� ' ���������;iy..���������"������������������������������������     X:'.-"Ex-"Orisuittl Piemany  Barkerville, Ju!y:2ptb,U865.. 9  !TKSi.PAR*PN������KSHtP bitKe'rto existing^ et weenSam uel  r Adler^nd-f&. A.--Barry, iaa^aloon Kgep.ersj CamerontoD;  bftstbis day^beeh dissqlVed/by..xnutuaLconsentY, All  debts due tbe cobcerh" are to b6 paid 'to T; A. Barry,  ��������� ana^lliccbunts due'by the late firm- willb������b!iscl^*-^  : by: Raid t:' A: ^':BariT^; il' "��������� j' uX ix ym^u *' tt; * ��������� '������������������  SAMUEL ADLER,  -    "'T. A/BARUt,   /  Datcd,Uila20tlvdfty,of July, ,1965. r   .. 9  JtiU  UOMM&MA  'X  ^WHOiiESAI^^NB "RinPAili BEALEliS IS  ;ii ii  ^KO^CEKiESy  AND  &e ne r "s������l .Ms r ������% a nd I z e,  t'lZ:AfTi- [ liARKERViLLE.   y       A ��������� ?������������������  ���������:!' zZ^^w: :MiII;|bfc;; -Sale'.':./';' ^  THE UNDERSIGNED being desirous of - ekefing: a  Flousing /Mill at ������Qnesheluiouth, oiler for sale the.  .Machinery :of a STEASf SAW MILL,; for the purpose of  getting m'ore'powcrrui'engines:������������������' The Mill is coiiiplete;  and:capable of sawing !8000Teettn 12 hours; it''has an  Mextra.;604ncb>ci.rcu*i;iri>^ ^,..,, ������-  ������iveri to"anv persons desirous ol purchasing: > Tije Ma-, i ^^aig j&., &o.v "Meals; stinplied ��������� io jaigbt bands;j        ,S  cbriiery 'is''^ret HtSer'w^ ��������� XXI ���������*i'-*:    ""'*-^ "; -��������� - ��������� - ���������    - ���������  :y       tf -^���������.������������������^v.,, HARI'EJ?. & WRIGHT.  ; jQuesaelmoutb; June 20tb;: 1S05, fyyyyy 8-2m  HOME.  yBETWEfeT"' QUESNELMOUTH: AND  COTTOKWOQD,  ������������������H^/;;C*f '.z^^GtiX:; WoifVt  Biis^^jffiusniiE>rr'!rwtLii^beJjopensi)' >o$,  liO*lffiilr*Snte for tho rfcaptvm  of Boarders?-1;' The bouse has;been nea tly-11 ited; up ari<l  will. lip: found a conifortable :honie by miners.1 A T  "ra^tbdgings FJE^EE* i:Board $18^per/week, v.^Elngl'i  ^ BAEKERVIlZi,  ������ARK3RVILLI2, ,:B. C. ��������� i     .;���������������'.  IIijavr M^k! ���������The   Walla  Walla 'Statesman'  has  r.MA. of ������;is 6f jbo, "hefivj ^nupt. that:phCT������, weigh.  ���������   1^  OF ;J AMES WALK ER, who c migrated from: Al b Ion,  Ghriada West, in 1857j and ciinio 'across tb������ phins  to Oaliibraia; wns! last beard ft\>m, in February, i860',  ���������when Ire was residing: at1 Watson villi, Santa Gruz coun-  ."ty.   Any iu lonn atidn sent to. this office, ad dressed to  Samuel j Wa Ikcr, will be thank fully received i.  San Francisco 'Alia,' 'Bulletin,' Sacramento 'Union,'  -Idaho'World,' and Portland 'Orcgonian,' please copy  and send aoconnts to office.of this paper*. 7  RlGHARa  S.   eORMACK, ;  AS?JUST OPEKED mMlABO^Abi^ZAlXO  would solicit a call from the Travel ing- Pub lie,  whtutt- will be foiiud a; G^)od Table, 'Liquor* and  Cigars of the finest quality ani bei;t brands. ','.������������������  Adf Good Stabling, Hay and Oats, tc  s K. ,B.���������R. S. G. Is.not responsibla for any debU contracted bv tlio late Proprietors. - j ' , ���������  . .Augusffth, 1865.       . ,.      ...                        11 -3w  , Steamer " Enterprise,"  Ltttves SODA-CREEK tor QljESNEL  .MONDAY ANI> THURSDAY- ^CliNINGa:  y ������������������������������������'v       ATDAYLIG-HT, '..* *%  ���������*������������������'���������  Leaves QUESNEL for SOIJA CREEK,  WEDNESDAYS & SATUlOiAYS at 4 A. M,  S������S;^^  yvsiyiM  And'everytbjbg" requiredVfor the mijiiuf?.^eampi' t^pl  constantly on band, and* sold at tbo'LOWEST MAR*  KET'IIATES.'. :,.yyi:<r $0$'..': i*?:. "'- lUiU  ��������� ' ��������� '������������������"  Barkcryillo, July Htlv ISdoi. ��������� ;.. V-   r,y>.   u... ��������� y^y  -,^-r������_-.-.��������� -.-.--������_- -_.- -;-���������������  WOT ice.  Important to Prospectors  for -^xtartz;'  4 LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO ME are hereby noti-  :j������jl fied that tbey must c ill and settle their.accounts  en or before the 15th of July, or they will be put in  court .for collect ion. /  On ami after thc 15th of July my terms wilj.be cash.  JBSgr Great .inducements for cash.   Call and see.  -  : 4 f A".' A ... ;    . "'   .     J- n. scott.  TUZ WINES .SPIRITS, AhK'���������.���������4;;SB������ABS,'to bejiadal:.,,  this Saloon/are .the 4best that can pp,imported; ;   .  A |^pT':^AS3YEi[iAi>i^o .Room I yi  All the latent; ingiish t, American;, - Canadian aild ���������*&*''fe  "' Ax.- niaT papers .taken in, "....' .....������������������...-. :.  |<0*..A Harmonic. Meet ing; held, oypry: w,ceJ|-rJud|������ ,r:  and Jury."  THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO. ANA-  : LYSS ORES-of any description brought-to him  for tot purpose    Charges" moderate:  <������  <m ^������r>^.v,o irmx&Ainfa,  jB'LAGtOSANI), PANNINGS :k BLOWINGS  BOUGHT;  i or CLEANED on Coxami^fiioa, at the Aurora Company's  offlc?. ��������� ,.',:������������������-      ' *������������������" -.    .   .  10;"!  ,    TO BE HAD ONTHEfcREKK 13  Davis & ;Hertlein's  P. E. DEVINE,  IS  ������������������ '' Wifi^o.giv^a^ee'aH'eefc by the ���������  Cariboo AfiiaMr ^rl^mati^  {yf'irlY," '.���������:-��������� ���������    yy:->t iU-yuyi   tyyx   ' ���������������������������- S  ���������  .     ��������� '"��������� ���������'     >/"   , | ���������     ._���������    . <    .,.'..  Anotioneer,  Muting Agent,  and  66W?to\-  A'    y. ry}f- -y.i II QlJFi JSI.D.. yy,, -., 'Z* 1. V,ZU ���������/���������' *  All Ag*ccf .Butinesa at^ndedto. ,       ;* ; ������ %
Barkei^in^"W��^ (3oJ.jiJ3i'bi|,; ^a1pr^^4^i^s:fc 26' 1865v*
jiARKEft^^
COTOXY COURT,
������<��� ;.l :'��� X yx ;; ^Befbre: WX<x. Cox; Esq.)c ' :;���  ' "y ��� ,:���/'
,...   ...: '..-,;.' y~/'^.!^
" .   '.Allcii^r^ei4-^5^Mi^Wt %A!action��!for> �����$
/ iZ'ipA, 6*8., anioiuiitj: of .promissory liote;   Judgr
.jnent by-default.'  y~zZyA y yu y .X:yy y /; ���:,
. guABotfAsAfs. iWi\\i&mH.~Aetipnoh promissory
^Aiioteiov^JO. &Judgment 'deferredJ ;^';^   j
_ / _.. _* Lqrln|: vsvRfrier^
ZAwy~Wtifi- 'The$e%hdant appoaretl.afitl ,put
v: yi ru ati /account At 'SIOOO against ;Mri Loring :as
-a:set off;'part of'Hheaiuouiitwasfor Madame
Ri viea*e Ja serv, ic.eSas^iilanis t. > K The .Judge s aiid
^^/^IH^^^^Q^^^ & AN-!
&n partyjfo&whbm.iMr. toring becatne responsi^'
lyih.a .did^no t. pass.his wortl��� forlthe>cgo63s before
'. if^eymeve^AfAWereA^yx ���xZ -i xuui-xL\Y\ s /
5 ^Jfc^jgj;^ Mof e^^'Ac^^r
.^nieht-ibr^plaihrifc: h x uk ��� ���'��� yZUy xy y _ -jy - ������
\\, xy,n[Fromaho "t^ i
XuZxAyZZ-Z BMwcllSou'^ ...
^UT6-IIo#. thj?-GoLONiAir Secrkt^it^Sik:|--I
"nave the"gratificatJbff ^p7..r0^ort fpr tbe jjnJbr-
matiq n qf;Bis; ExceHeticy that' gold has''; li een
'foliim inpayable quantities^otohe left fcrli of
Bear river, Bedwell Sound.*'' y^-yxlyy- \
Z' In my>last report I 'mentioned ^
my intehtibh to return to fieatBicr^iprfe
peel' it Ihbrbiighlyj-.as^had neither time pt
p^portunityjthe last tiine)l was,up;^Iarrived!
at!it*srhib-utl^oh>the evening of theV2tftl��tilt.,'
liaving been-^detained a/day at^^llb^hfyij^it
.���villageMn repairing tfc^caii^'it lia^ng- bben
'tiMfyiffiplccuT^hile;:Being launched frohUihe'
Cameleoni i-j Z'Z -��� [y ���.- yy \yyyy} t-y..uZy   ������ ^   I n
.....bn^ey-nioniing-oFthe 29th I left Miv
vLaughtoii,an& theylarge1!*, -bulfcof.Me' pvpvi-:
si ons��mn d ascended/ the/ ��� ri ver in tvvb :p ar ties /
"each^akihg'ten^da^^prby^
Jparty,rtakingithe ��� left.fork; Mv\ McGau^lan^,
Tomo, two ylhdiaris'1 aiid niyself /forming;; tlfc}
rot^Iieir ^.Tgar tyy T\\Tc ��� ��� to ok, sthe^ ^igK/.ifoyki
^hicfrwe aseeiiSleil'.Wv %ifc^vb. days. ^ On ^tlie;
eyening-ef ���the:3d^e-jeame;to^
at^the; fop j^pf: seyei*al %tge snp^iiib/untto
j ���&&*��:��� the"'"river-: fepefe^ofeiiUo ^sev'erat' sinalfe
accoiint of Ihe difiereiit:--exciteinents.
shal 1 hear from me a<rain��� �����
r*3-^i
You
IfiW./B.
I^sjipuld :wisli4byi3e{midersi^d^y^
He tha)^if thoy intend; to :cpme ;bpre to mine
to ^uio^^^jyai"&f��[v at\"l(iast��,_^itb%^.oi?p .^^^ a ...,
jpjck,-pan:and sho y .el 5 i lor I; th ia%b^tlie; me ii ;s. jv |j
report there ia likely* to be; extensive diggirigs
to bemot- ^vitliii nTliisf seaspn^viUTbe shorty
for T don't sup5P^tth^>vv0vljie able to work
:afterJhejmitlille br: fore part ,6'f., N
-�� 'Th'cCijjiuertcau.:p^uiSli^^^aijJCpptinay hud.
a celjl) r^tiort;, pri1-the A th :p fiJ: Ju)^ Z ?ty*ey *&ro
ia^iif'.lb' Oiithumb er; i^AjiiShjec^^ llic; Queeii.
iwmissory' :b6in> ^;E/;
^note^fc^lOQ^
- v Deighton/^;^
.19s.,.amr^nt,of^ccou^
���' *���"'" -      ���������������--   "':   mountains;nsing:toin/the/camp7acc
���costs;/...
���tibveirfs.' CuerrihI-
o/peuiher.!
'"!*iJ IjSJyS^^iQitbr. tb: �� ej. Sir|>:V jwJi* "VI'
.i-TYrriYonr-most obedient'servant,;       j
(Signed^;-yyiiZZZx&m^'TTiiE, ��� \ r
Commissioner 'pI'Explpnii^ Expedition.] *
KGOTEiNfAY.
y,u'.
'Xy ��� ���   ' >��� '[From theXewislbnItaclffilor,! '* '��� ;.(\   ;
' MA. Editok:---I fetiiriietl ^to? LeiwistbnWfrom
the^6bte*nay^ gold 'miriepo'lr ^Tuesday;lastj
'jjfi?e1,r^^b^i^
weeSs'' 'expe'ffe^c^atfeslieWlliK
The jyild^.%>t3Pe- ^Cre^i^fpr r^ distance o/f
��ru LAiiiV^^ifi. .::'   / y ;: .>' /- / :r/-c���.-��������� -y^���'��� .;���;/ -^ . /
T"' cK I w 6 iZn ulofi ; *p ugs. *? a re ni a I e hod to tight.
oirW i) llai fi s c re el:, ygTi " "life" Ti Up 1 Be] tUmfb e r,
;bext2i*or!$3()a:arMdp^n^
���;6f %rib^bb;:';;.: *"z ZxAxZAZZ*    "::'--
M*^ All ^haldesirei GOOD^jGOFSFBK^iUV Fiiirt'Splww
%<inn htiye both by always asking for ft'EljIi k COW whir.fj
<rriube.Lha<iiJVoni .allti-espeetahle Sirml keepH'.s/^t H-;
sure.ryouxif eti it wi th ��� Ou n trad e la lie 1 -*bir oa'cl t ^jme kagi ���.
���aiaEjaDPocEs:
^o^
-Action^oiv3|i7iJS!i 3d;
v-:.amonnt; of promissory-jxp^Zy^0$^^^>J
. default fs; ���* ZyZ. - '.v I /,��� ; x:��'-1 ^ /y "r tiV ��� ^��' t. ���? >���
*y '^enfciScr'y&fH^
: Anions** order^grante dv*^-**'**^""* ��� ^"*wfet!!T*"'! -^ T(
yii.. -R'3t^f<Lee ^sti^chtt^^^udp^ *
.. *mons'f^der^fernihted;l" ' Z'"i 'yx: 1 Zy'..VZ.:"
/^/Spnii^l'ris.i ^rcault.44Aetion %r ��5 lis.
��ila^,^Kbee&sold and delivered^* ^Judgmeht
%tfoFplaintfff.^^* - '^ ���*-' --���' -- * V^V'r \v f
I)r. Ghipp v^.\McWha^-^iis^;S^Sn
^disputed1 payment'^oh^thegr^
/practice, he ^failed ^ ho wey^r. C:ib % s'how!--.ah jj
I��� g|punci tpiv:^Bis-jdefence;ov^The Sudgel^mpa^
) ?n'electa^"jiiry^of threes ^perspns^ to/! ass j's^himi
^Thegur^ay"p^& j^ainti^
^v 'P'jiy is'; ys.y/Re visUr~T ji is ^ was ^aii/. actipiij ^fftr;
^^2|J'ifej.w��>-iferfiko6"is sold 'and: delivered/
T he i. Ju dge gran ted a decree. ���'? -The ^aititifl;
asked for an i'mmediatc 'execution^ Tlfe/Xudg'e;
cP uhtiy. He wolild;no t-resort; to such a course;;
-���unless he saw- that - a man was ���- ab out to"convl;
init a,fra1id^Gnl^ a jlw
:i1$W&&AlS^^l^^^^pfe* x. :Se caiue^ and
. ^onfesseii ��� Judgraent in order: not to put-the
��� merchant- to " any-/further jexpon^'e^'Andraf^^
lthat/bfl^red.'^l5 ^er ��� we^
~*"-* r': "i^Ag n^rch&ht ^tild^feaccept ^at;
jit,^��ked' for an executipnwbefore' the^Courity
C^ur^sat.-'; -"the rm'ah;,tyf&&-"f6reed ^o%p intp
the; :5aivkruptcy '.Court^iriT ordjpr 'ytp// protect
; himself, aiid /the merchahithpnglit he [.(Jtidgb
Cox) /was a very strange Ju dge ��� for not issuing the' execution. --/He. (th/e'^udge) would not
issue executipiis ;to drivel menv out of ! the
.country.
- (7
' ".."" CARIBOO POLICE-GOURT.   - -
. ^>t,,��� ���-^Beforo;*W'."C:rCox^Esq.^7;p;)/��� /;^:/;"^;*
ZA-AZ' Zyyi;. '''S,:.^Tu^sd^"2id;;v^^i^t. ^
; "Mr.^Diqkson alias ^Dixie??^ the-Bark^ryille;
VLair dresser, appearpd on aia'mriibn^
out against*niiu for assaujt oka young woman..
The prosecutrix; did hot: appear aiid the ��� cas'e!
;was dismissed. ,;   ���r'-. iuuu ;y,;i ,:r .��� \>;:.y:,' .",
;by.Tbi^o an^thb.fevoItidiaps. Y'AtabouttlO'OG.
feet��� we came -to'-'showyiTliis continued in
varipus/dep fchs;tilt we;arriyed;. at the;snmutltl
^n'^fttufe^if iAAp lit AffifQifeeti alypyejtjie leycl
:pf'fthe/sea*.^Tt took us siA, hours*and a^half tp
ascend.yi Wo -had.* fair/ travelling^ but- very
stej^r^wtfaveHcd^
snojv^tM/snbwlies in.ver^^
in lengtii^nd" inrmany vplacc's??IM/leef de&>{
: Fro nx; tlie nsummi t�� 'I go t; -a; gopjd tAyA&ffi i};ih(i
ii' rt rl >��� ''��� -rrrl\ n �� T Wl�� >i 111 A&l n A A'rt I
i The i^sTO��.T7rTno party referred* to Jnl
our 1 as,t issiiC; .as. Hay in g a ttemp ted to imp psp,
n. the injirin'g ,'c;pminuni ty,-'.,li ere was bro light
sides. .. I saw several .large' glicte^Tri the/de Qp
' gulc h'es below me j there ya ro'[ ^eyeral mo uur \
itains ^about %ere^mus'i;uoe at^stSptiiJ^feet1
abpVe the level, of ..the. sea.; ��� :Tnere?app ears
muchvmoi:e jsnow here than >pn the Cascade "pr
Kpcky ihoiintains in the iAslwA Jatitude or -the-
��� sanle'-altitude.' *: ���'���;.' ��� -''"��� '��� 'ft X'���:;-- ������ ���-��� '���''/ ^iy.lxAZAt
 rI returned
���Mai left
Laugh ton qui te wellr-b ut Mr. Hancock and
party .had no t^yet 'arrived.': ��� yXAixiiyy yin 3J
yM IT o'clock/on- the,; 6th Instarit. Mr./Han:
coc^anTp apy afriyed." liis .rep pri is., as fo 1- ]
ip^sl The satne/'day that %e'parted he struck
'^^.tf.jirpspec/t^^f goId;;abaut;8 miles .'from
tie" river,.'it- beirig. nearly dark-when they
struck it. They did not dp anything till .next
day; when they found;tliey-hail got a, pr^spept
of four or/live den ts. to'the p an. ' They spen t
most'pf the day at thisj)lace, and it took them
allxlay tp/get to the Jbed' o/ock. .They found
! tlie dirt paying all the same all the way downf
:but got nothing better' at the bottom: The
! \Y$$i- ro ck Ls a k i nd of; rb tteii; b lite : limestp no.
The rtext :tw(o days 'they cbrifciriued up the riv-'
;er, ni ee ti rig with ��� - th e same results as before;:
|On'the 2d, finding the river becoming.swam-
jpy,' Ih'E "that tlio p rospects were get ti ng worse
instfcaiTof better,^^/they/returned..; On
|\^ay;back they prospected in the bank of the
river and found a strata of cement and gravel
which''they think will pay well; it is just
above the bed rock and dips into1 the hill.
but many of the'- claims -within those two
-miles?will-not^
valuable -claims ar^fyerpfp^ and are^pcated
on! tho (titierent:, to^iif^ltes. *: ;;��� ^e^eput^tiori
of theexterit ^ririd"��� ndhnesi?*bf thc^Kootena^
^ggmga^Jwei^^gi*^
caus^d^;;cbrisia,era61 eu.oyersto ckingr* * of fi every
^business.   "��� The * camp:/ would���'}h& capable of
���riiain/fcairimg Wlirl^^^'^7^^ S^Sfi^!^!^
ceijSry %' a' mmittg^c^n\ntunit^iii
but. when/ ten, '--pfe Jj^eJ-ye;*p f / % very !pf ol'esfeibhl
. Jias ltd^iSiviSelwhaUvbulaTi e:pnly- a r f air jibihu-S
.neration ��foi^one- a t.natm:al ly - makes^the - camp
*one*oFthe poo rest;-'������**���   '-^^^-^r-  <***? ���*..
Then we must 16ok/at<the7rui no us duties to;
belaid, vand- the^ heavy/freights charges. ,1
know or-ft rras; there; wi & prbb ab ly one h uri-
drocVihpusand dollai-sj. worth pf; stocky whose,
freightvl)ill and duties amount to about twen-'
ty*five:> thousand dollars; and, from the time'*of
tlteir-landingvtlici v- reeei p ts ha ve- no t average cl
fifty-tlpUa^s a dayv-�� .>Thei:.p3 ^re^incient .jtlry
goods? fiiithe*icamp n-tliHSday-to "supply^iwo
thous an d miners,;; five, i y cars }> < and s till p a ck
trains arc rushing in..['..._
r^-Nlinib ers .o f;hard ;worldngrni*eii:1 wer6) 10aT&
ing every day, going':to'new excitements, inost
few; of iany other nation there than Trelan A-~
in ^'ct, f*ma^sa^ly say two4hirds/ar^'Sftliat:
riatio'rialiliy;; 'The English. officials al'ejyery.
strict; whichM>&:good feature. ? It is astbnish-
ing" withAvhat skills and rapidity tb^lfeirfo^
ou��ahy:.misdbmearip^ ^e;-time.-the;
ICirby cbunterfeiters first passed,tiieir bogus
duafc,-! to :the Ytime of their apprehension;xthe
icollecting together of the bogus dust, aud the
The undersigne& willll^ep constantly on harid
%AtvAi?���'.'5ss,ayfuli-ass^rtmeiitp^i''^i y-ff'
��� ofryyuy^y^-
consisting
BUILDmC^MATERIAL, viz::Locks,.
��� YrBPiks��&c., &c:; \ h-xJy  X l y
Butts
SAWMLIS;^
'Q^i^TEEKBH^ELS
'-FORKS;-'  Z'A-^l-r . ^;-,.;     yy y-;
'HUNT'S"AXES ^AND' HATCHETS, *. :AZ':i ���
AXE; PTOR; & DRlETINa PICK HANDLES,
��� ��� j - * ^hest quailfcy^f r> ������?.- ������ -^ ^ ^ < V -A v ^ ���
CAST STEEI^bj^i^S*C6',4) SLEDGES, all
���-sizes'
BEASTINGSI^WtJE^a INTENT SAFETY
NAILS-r-te & WKOUOHT-Ifio^Vrife GcBPEit^al
^aM&iy-zz\ z* *Kx ^ y ���^r-
SCYTHE^it SXATliS,t STOS��; ^v y, ���'. ^
$Ai��$i!f^
SQUARE & OCTAGON 'CAST- STEEL r~; *
MANILLA "ROM, all��SfiJO
DUCK &,RUBBm;i^pNG jt,: ^   l
CA^^IRQNaeAR. JTO^^V' Kxx> it '
GOLIX SCALES, 32.and^4,o^>&p^&c. ^.-��
on
before Mr. Cox on Saturday evening last.
The Magistrate gave hi hi some h ours to clear
out and the fellow took the advice and decamped. "* When apprehended he claimed to
be an American -citizen. ��� ;���
1 Kootenay.���A p acker from Ko o ten a y re-
p orts large stocks of provisio lis; arid cl oth i tig
ai "tlio' m in cs���e n b jigh 'tp 'i las t fo r .two yea rs.
Pack trains.frbrii bbpc 'had "rcacbed" the dig-
the-travclling is good, and a pack-trail could
be' made at a small expense. It is Mr. Hancock's arid: Forgie's: opinio ii that there are
profitable and paying diggings on the river
and its vicinity to employ- several hundred
miners:' : There are a number of dry gulches
and creeks coming into the river, which, it
"prospected,'^buldW TIli;f0 's;a"good|
amount ofvdirt on the river-and some largo
bars.
ounce of gold dust taken, on tof the mines,
WOuldrb!ewcll thought of. v But ther can not
help'it���they are duly public servants; but 1
believe that-one Gold Commissioner and a set
of huijdy-gurdies^vould break tjie.cijt^pf^New
York fn-ten days.-     '- l    �� ��� "cv'"'v ^ '^ "'"*^
! Hired labor,is in great- demand:atseven
dollars a day, arid for the next' two or ihrce
nibrithsl think the camp,.will be lively.
'' The distance from here to Kootenay^ according to niy "journal, is about r336miie;s,
c   "" : " jason of the year, a most dis-
Tho misqiiitoes are desperate,
���blind for about two days; arid
I think men are fortunate if they get through
without losing a portion of their ears, x
There are a great number of Lewistonians
in the camp: Old Friend/'Di\Chun>lU)r. Sim-
BLANK,^ POCKET,.,. ANJX ./MEMOK AN0UM
BOOp^/sizesf :{r Ay.
LEGAL GAVl ^TE^'liOTTER & FOOLS -
CAP Pripp,;^._ ,;   ;
ENyELOPE8!fIN^*-PEM,;iL0TXING,PA:
':-    . PER^cv^^rY-^J.'^'
WEEKL^^TXMfi^OOKS.;;-^ ^ ,-*tc*fk-
VldLIN SXREsGSj'SONG:'BdpKS^c.
,.//^ .1Z A.;IWrfebryilleV Wifiiains Oredv.
^'.4*wivra.^DA.:CB*liTK.:'foivQ'Ut^^EL^Aj3J
MONDAY. ANFi^HURSDA��:McKNlNGS,
Loa-ves-QUESNEt for. SODA CREEK,
WEDNESDAYS ^SATURDAYS'It 4 A.M.,
OT^CE
m
PTTURE SHOULD.THE EXPRSSS'.IIE LEAVlxa
I he o|)i'he*l jit 8
the transact ion of Ex-
on M 0 ND A Y, t)i i ^ u \ llco will he op; ��� n w I' nt' 8 -
o'clock^ A. M., on that dJiy'for
press btis'ln'ess: ! *'" '"���**    '	
���ROBT. GREIO;...
���Agoiit,
BiJok of British Columbia, -     >
Williams. Creak, July,.22iul, I860.,.|.r . ..., 9
X   X    y MOTiCE:
TN FUTURE, SHOULD THE EXPRESS BE'LEAVIXf?
x ou MONDAY, tftia" oftice wi'rbt''" op-ri��^l' tit s
o'oloclc, Av-JL, on tliiU <l��y lor Hie tniu-vaeiioja of Express buiincfc.s. ������'    y - S ��'���*'���*;':.
 ROBERT BURREhl/; '
':��������� �� ,j ' ���. ����� f   r^'::''>ilautjgcr'..
Bank of Britteh "North -America-; \
Barkcrville, July.^pth, 1865;-    Jy.""  Xi-'Zi.
ti
he hard time*--���well, never mind,
irave not.time to wnte ariy more,_��t;-,.'pVcs:
gings.: Dewdrtey'a trail^'vo'uld b&fiuislicd in   ��� Wztn ftp bqrtrei-.qf.tins���>li,v.-\^^"&'7. ���,.  oht. although IwouH wiib t<...-i\c umoix-fii
tlirec Tveeta,-,'Ou?oiuolci'' -������ - I send tbe gold (about $2 worth), washed, uut |f   ��� .,:.   ?,   .-,.
HOT IC
E
LL PARTIES I a DEBTED TO ME^rb-hereby no;-
IX fiod tUiil \.\w\- luuji.t oill and settle their nrcunits
rn or hefora-.thuLOtli of July, or thry, will he \inl in
toiirtfor r.oJi.ofl't.i"ii-  '
On an'inlU'i' tbe 31th of July mr terras will !��o M^lu
JS>i5-' * roa t i n <l.u <: o in eras for '.y> h,    C^w"J-^ n*l w��.
7 j. il. :-<;ott.
y THE'"CARIBOO SENTINEL"
CanrSs, 3Sl|*Heads^Rentes, Fosters and
i'Pto&'Asim&& tijjt -Balls aaicL Theatrical;.
*''W-yAi.".Ei^ortaimtteatB,��� ��� / " f <'���
/Ba^kKSirltti Heatness-aiid Dispatch ��f feWa Office. ���
'--: *3T Terms Moderate. **$&
^niwSeit!nei";0(S*o, /-l"-.1'": !';'//"
BArkerrMo,   "ffffliajna Creek; j , IXyZy 'yyZZiZiuA
THE BANK OF
lAoq^orated.by Royal Charter.
IK n,500 SHARKS,  OF $100 EACH,
"With. Power to Increase.
READING    ROQ
"������'��� *��� ���"*���" ���:,'..r:       ���./���.'isi). ���/,:.. y yliy xyy
;/: /   i*^
rpHE TKRMS OF SDSCKIPTIOK'have" been reduced to
"hi 85 per month j above 500 volumes of Now Works
bave been en ly lately added ao the circulating Library,
parties aw'toUclted'tb subscribe...., ::    y
'  9uuXy-y}"xA  ������.Y3OHK��0WRQ^,Llbr^an;(/
SERGEANT McMUJRPHY, Prop'r.y /
TBS AGCOMMODATIOK which this House affords, to
travelers cannot be surpassedy the Table la well
���applied with the best tbe market afforls, and the Bar
fa stocked telth .the .Purest .Liquors ; Beds, Stabling,
fl*y and Oata.   .... - -*
���93 MILE HOUSE.
^^^.ALTEBajtRQS^.1..
VICTORIA���Bank of British ���<iunibi^;/ i
SAN^M��^Bank of British Columbia y;
:  UN BRITISH COLUMBIA,   ;
NEW WE^sfesra*R--Bank of British,Columbia-,
YALE���Bank of British'Columbia;      / ���
MOXTm^OESKEI^Bank of British Columbia;
yy'-iAlN;TM UOTTEDSTATES.- "���
BAN F^KCISCO^-Bank of British Columbia; /
POWEIA^^BK<M)}T--"BanTc of Srltlsh Columbia.;
���yZixyZZZu ^.CANADA, ���:V    '
.:���,������:'.^l:���ife^#'^���K:ON���TB���Sit,���'
:f;-Y V^A&c^ ;.'.; / -.
'Kentraal, 'Toronto,' Quebec, Hamilton. London, Kingston, Oobourg, Belleville,; Brantlor'dpBrock-
,��iUe Whitby, Peterboro, Ottawa,;Gueipb,
Simcoe, 8t. Catherines;
IN   ENGLAND,
LONDOK���Bank of Britlsh'Colum&ia���80 Lombard St;
J. K   SUTER,
MINING AGENT AND BROKER,
1  yX'Zyy.     "      BICHFB2LB. /
All kinds of Agency ^ismess^ attended Jib.
/   Office opposite the Paris; and London Hotel.   ���:;�����:
THE BANK OP
EsTABiismto jar 1836.   Ino^pob%bs> nt Botal
iyiZ.y ���   .Charter. XX
COLONIAt, HOTEL,
New "Westminster, British Columbia,
Messrs. Gebjjjct Brothers,   ��� ,- .*   -      Proprietors.
FORT
GEOROE  LANGVOiaT,  General Dealer in
���GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c; Fort Hope, B. C.
HICK'S fcOTEL, Lvtton Square, Nbw Westminster,
B. C., Philip B"icrs, 'Proprietor. The above favorably known house us -now. open to the 'public; the Bar
is constantly supplied with the choicest brands of
Llquor3 and Segars. -v s:', ���
"-���'-���-���-. ���  i. ��� ���    . ��� .- ���    ���������
HENRY KOLBROOK, Wharfinger, For-
warding and Commission Merchant, dealer In Provisions, Peed, &c. Bonded storage for 1000 tons of
Goods in Stone Fireproof "Warehouse. Goods Forward*
cd up country, and every accommodation given to vessels loading or. discharging at the Liverpool or upper
wharf.. "New'Westminster, Brif}sh<Co!umbia.   ���;,. s
Paid up Capital, & -
Undivided Net Profits,
ALL KINDS OF , ���   _���
and Shoes, can be bought cheaper at-the store of
not
HATE OPEKRD THE ABOVE HOUSE fortherecep-
tion of travelers; the Table is well kept and the
-���"Liquors cianot be surpassed: the Beds are clean and
���comfortable; Stabllnj for Horses ;"Hay "and"Oats at
moderate rates. *
BLAIR BROS., Proprietors.
rm -HOTEL'13 KARGE AKD WELL mTOjOF,
for tho comfort of tTavJb?rs; the .Tablets' supplied
w.Uhthebestof evervtbing that can be had, and the
: Wising1 is not Inferior to the best hotel In the lower
������uatry: Bedrooms for families; Stabling, Hay, and
6*t��. The Stage stops at the Ul Mile House over night
i�� lis way down country,  B
COLONIAL RESTAURANT,
��� ���   QUEfctfEL  M0U!HH, : y
P. L. JOHNSON, PROPRiBTOfc,
Moalfi ai all hours, and: Gookmg >of th&bwri
'description. ������
CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened for any amount
leas thon On�� Hundred Dollars.
Bills Discounted and Collected; and Bills of Exchange
onrGceaJtJ8xUM^Jf^|???cisco an(i New rorlc purchased, yy"      """ r-vv* ., ��� ---.
Drafts Issued on all thc Branches and Agencies.   .
Government and other. Securities received for safe
custody; Interests and Dividends collected.;
NOTICE.
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING,8. BOOTS
^_. �����������.._, ������be bought cheaper at the store oi
I the,undersigned than at any other, place in the colony.
I Every article marked in plain llgures.   TermSr^CASH.
N. B.���Orders from/the upper country receive prompt
attention^      /   ^ ARTHUR BULLOCK,
s      Opposite Colonial "Restaurant, New Westminster
ZA,. $6;600,000
___    -      -       600,000
isao 0fpic��: ��� 7, ST. HELENS PLACE LONDON.
/-:"ZZi!l ������"��� :���;������':.'���:���:ESTABLISHMENTS:'���
Sak Frakcisoo^-F. H. Grain k W;S. Sutherland. A^nu
Nbw.vork���Walter Watson & James Smith, Agenu-
Montreal;-"'T /Quebec; -i.-/ /Toronto;ly Hamilton;
Kingston;      "London,C.W; Brantford;   HaJifai,>f a.
^      '      St:Johns, N.B.;   Victoria, V.I. ^
Zy'-ZyZZ- '���;���'������������ /'AGENTS:/- ���"
Scotland���National Bank of Scotland;:
Ireiand���Provincial Bank of Ireland;
Fraxce���Marcuaru, Andre &;Cio, P*ria; .
AosTRAtiA*���Union Bank of Australia;
India, China & Japan���CIdarteredaCeroantite Bank of
India, London and China,
DRAKTS*ISSUED on London, Now York, San Pmn-
cisco, CanadarNew Brunswick. Nova Scotii, and onaB
the Branches of Uhe "National Bank of Scotland an!
Provincial Bank of Ireland.
3iIls^of Kxohang^ aad Gold Purchased.
Iuterest on Special Deposits of Money allowed at tbo
rate of^quart��r of ono per cent, per month.
'������' jg���� The Bank receives Gold Dust and Bars for tafa
keeping .without charge ��� undertakes the purchase aad
sale of. Stock; the,Collection ot Bills and other money
buaineas in tlie United States^ and British fproriBoea
Received on Deposit, i or Advances made upon them.
GomDnST Melled and Assayed, and retwfns made
within 24 hours. '���'../���
Ores of every descris>tlon; carefnliy Assayed,
' Cameronton, "Williams Creek.
Ey.MARKS, Watchmaker & Jeweler,
�� , Tfates street, Victoria": V. >I., keeps con-
��64a^y��o��^ann\.iiM6up.o)ln.rMisiock of Gold and ��&����
Silver WATCHES, *Gold'<?hains. McSle^TIate* -,
Clocks, i&c: >Partio\ilar attetitlon paid to repairing
Watches and Jewelry. X&M work warranted. Orden*
from the^ country - promptly a ttcuded to. ���.������������:: s   : '
��e\��
Eure Coffee.
SPOBBORG- & RTJEFF; Commission "Her^:
CHANTS,, Wholesale Dealers in'GHOCEttixs and Pro-
visions, "Wharf street, Victoria. ^m .
Gold Dust Melted /and Assayed, and returns a^d*
.within .24 hours in''Coin. br.Bars..       r y^.  ' *���
���"Ores of every descriptiori carefully Assayed.
N B.-���Any mstructions as to the disposal of the pre-
for/Assay .will be carefully attended .W:"  y ";'" : '/'* "*
/ ,    V / / .;'     J. G. SHEPHERD, Manager.
������JyictOriai;VYI,;���May;ll865;���/;/.���.;0;^:// .,///���/!������
B
EDQ-AR & AnsiE, Ccmnnission Merchants,
.Wholesale *DeaicrsTrn Groceries an�� Provisioms,
Wliarf street, Victoria,"Vancouverisland. ^:       y s :
QUKSNKL   MOUTH,
BROWNv&; GILLI6, J?KOPRtl*TOB��.
Good Beds;"Eestaurant; BBiiara T&>te,
:   Suliling for^orses, Huy snd'Oata.      **i
Ac.
CLINTON CITY.
FRANCOIS   CHAPBRttN,
B AKKB ASD 6BN8RAL STORB
VAN WINKLE^CARIBOO WEST.
THE above splendid Hotel'ls^ow open for the public,
the proprietor having taken greatnatas through the
winter to maitfUthe most superior house m ^Cariboo.
Good accommodations, with suits of rooms forHadics
oc private parties.   Attached to this Hotel La a
.First Class Restaurant & Bar,
where can be obtained the moatchoico brands of ^Wiues,
Liquors, Cigars, &c.
vNyL. McCATPBRTi Proprietor.
KWONG LEB & CO.f
ttaiibMvs' ����d Dealers 1n CHINESE GOODS, Riee,-!
yX-..   ' gan Te% Provisions,.. y.\.,
ZlZZZ'iZy. qosh^sh TA(>v%^y ;;    ;-.vf.
m>
Wm$mAt&^^iOTBB^AIL^RGViSION'AKD
<y RAL MERCHANT, . -
Bootsi Shoes, ���Tinwar��,
/*/ ' QUKSNKL MOOTS,
pin "geTABtasHcof GaNaEAL
FEOYISIONS, WHOLESALE &  COMMIS-
SiaN BfERCHAKTS,
iOTi'tijBrti' most ���'Mod^rm'l��.'
"qdesnkl MOUTH, ��� .:��.,
FasMonable Hair Cutting!
W. D. ��MOSES.
If ���yocr*Haib is faixino and bkcohino thin,
-call and have it
REST0R"��X> before you are bald headed,
���x.u '. yy.y,. x..,y yyy:yyyy--wt d, moses,      ���',
/f 5 Xy   fBarkervllle, Williams Crsek,
LOWE BROTHERS, Commission Merchants
and Importers of Provisioxs? Grockriks, French
Wines j Liquors, Havana Cigars^ Naval Stores, ^Ropb,
Canvas,* OarS, ^&ay -Whaff street j Victona. ty a
FELLOWS, ROSCOE & CO., Importers of
Gkneral Harowarb and Iron, Moore's "Bnilding,
rates.street, ^Ticttnia, V."*IiY-:; ; /     2m y
HIBBEN & CARSWELLv Importing-Book-
SELLERS & STATIONERS, constantly supplied and
receivi ng from best sources, School; Standard, and Miscellaneous Books, and Staplo and-Fancy Stationery;in
all its'Bronchos. :., /Corner rates and/Xaagley -streets,
Victoria, ���Vancouverlsland.    ' , ;. xy.    / s / / .
A IiBION IRON WORKS, Victoria* V; 14
xi. r Manufacture Steara Engines and Boilers of all
sizes, Quartz Mills, Mining Pumps, Flouring Mills, Gang,
Sash. Mulay and Circular Saw Mills, *Iron and Brass
Castings^ and'everything connected with the business.
s SPBATT& KRIEMLBR.
^LARKSON & CO., Deauqrs is Books, STAnoawr,
Music and Musical Iiistrumehts, NEWS AGENTS,
&cif Columbia Street^ Kew Westminster.v yZ /    s���
J   A. McCBEA, Auctioneer, Wharf Strbrv,
��� ^Victoria,. yancouver'Island;;:.:     y I
rvANTE'L SCOTT &n CO.;- Atictibneers/aiid
XJ Commission Mzrchants, City Auction BooroS, Fort
street, Victoria. Cash advanced on Merctaahdise, to aa/
amounWxbnsigncd for sale;: Reference���Hon. JL. Fw-
XArsONi of H; B/Co and Lloyd's Agent. 1
J P. DAVIES & CO., Auctioneewi & Com-
��� mission Mt^cBisTS, Fire^Proof Stone Buildlnj,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. X , liberal Adranies made
on Consignments. , ''���'���'��� yy -AX ���;' ���/   .        " ��� 1
JOHN P. COUCH, Importer and General
. COMMISSION MERCHANT*rCommcroial Kow,Wharf
street, Victoria, -Vancouver island. a
CAMERONTON.
The Oldest "Estabfeshed Hotel ^on. WiDiam*
,ZyX' t,.-.. oreek.     , .��� ��� ��� ;y
QCOTCH HOUSE.    A. McLean and Co.,
O Hosikrs and General OuT.mrsRa. Mfaiers and
others will find at the Scotch House a splendid stocky?
Clothing^ Boots and Shoes, and Dry Goods of every dos-
crjfpUon, all.of the beat Quality,: and at very moderate
prices.   Fort;street, Victoria, V. I. ;; ��
F  VOU    WATST
BUNSTER.
GOOD   ^ALK ^EKQUIRK   FOK
/^OLireTONE e^d BROTKEB, Agents fbr
������\X the Pioneer Flour Hills, ( Commissioh MKRcaANTi,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Grocsries, Pro*
vistoNfl, DRr Goons, C^otbiso, Boots amd Shoks, &o.t
two-story Fireproof. Building, Reid's Block, betwo*n
ihostbres of J. Wilkio & Co. and Stewart k Co.j Whisrf
street, Victoria.   :_-v  .; .���*"*,-?iXy  "��� *
Ij'HOTELIER, Importer and Dealer in OJtO-
yGmm, PROVISIONS, WINES ^LIQUORS, No.
���J "^harf street, between Johns'ton and rates, Victorii,
Vancouver Island. " v - \
riAHOMAS SHQTBOLT, Ddspensing Chemiflt
i awb DRUQGiser^ -Johnson street, |Victom,! V I., r*-
spectfully solicits tho attention of. Miners and the pub*
lie in general to his well assorted stock of pure English
Drugs, Chemicals, arid Perfumery; also to his Mlxtare
fur Rheumatism, which is an invaluable remedy lor
: this distressing complaint. !������
tS.- CAMERON begs to intimate that she has opened the Pio'nb!sr Hotkl In * Cameronton, which, is
neatly fitted up with every comfort; the Beds are clean
and well kept under her own soperintend&nee; the
Bar is well stocked with the.finsst LIQUORS; and the
Reataarsnt will be 'supplied with every-delicacy. An
oftMent Cook engaged.       ; v
From, the long experience Iffrs. Cameron has had In
Botel keeping on Williams Creek; and the^atgejpatroa-
age formerly bestowed upon her house, she will leave
nothing wanting in her new Hotel to ensure the support and patronage of her old friends. .'-;..
iGT'.Hot and Cold Suppers to^be had at all hc��rs.
KOORHEAD and CO.^ COMMISSION MER.
CHANTS  and , Importers   of .Groceries,   Pro-
yisioKS, Propucb, He, Wharf street, Victoria, V. I.    s
THOMAS ALLSOP, Land Agent and Gen-
bral CoMsussiow AOBtit, Government street, Victo*
rla, Vancouver Island.
YALE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Hay and Grain at lowest Bates; Good StaMlng
Gratis to pities buying Feed, , ���'���,...��� 'ry+yj
B
FOR SALE AT THE
SALOON, Cameronton.
ADLER & BARRt,
JOHK WILKIE and CO., Merchants, Wharf
Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island.     . s
R. POWIXL. has Removed his  Office
and Residence worn Fort street to the premises
lately occupied by the Mayor on Broad street, Victoria,
V, Ii  Office hours 9 a. m, to 12, and^ p. m. to 10.    B
J
J. SOUTHGATE and CO., Uwdx Wuabp,
Victoria, V I , and Battery street. San Francisco.
���       --.TO���
Keighboring Creeks and Gulches/
JOSEPH C. SP0QN&R will ran an Express
Reoclarlv, in connection *<with Barnard's Express,
from Williams Creek to Grouse, Stevens, Beggs, Antlor,
Cunningham, and Keithley Creeks.   ��� -n
Letters, &c, to he left at Kxprees'Ofikc, Richfield,
di^oha Buie'fi, Barkerville. :   ���- ���
Kolley <te Lane, Frbpr*etors,
5KD8, Good Aocommodationfind tho=Bestof
J Uquers at the Bar; Stabling forBorsoe, &c.      s
1
The undersignod is prepared to /
CLKAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND
. /.:/;  ���. EARNINGS, ..;'/;./.  '
On Commission, or will purchase any^uj^nttty oa the
Most Liberal Tbrms, at the
Reading Room, Cameronton,
Subscriber is now well known on Willlanis Creek, and
from tho confidence reposed ih him last Fall in the
abeve business, ho hopes to receive thc patronage of
the Mining community the eGBuing soason.
8���������-.��� JOHN BOWRON.  ;
Vzctoru, February 24,18C5.
THE UNDERSIG?JSD, having purchased tho goodwill
of the late firm ot GviiS)y David & Co., wfll continue
the "Wholesale Provision and Commission Busiuess, at
the store, corner of Bastion and Wharf streets, under
the firm of "WEISSENBURGER & SCHLOESSER. Mr.
Jules David will act as Manager of said business. Tbe
business on Government street will bo carried on as
heretofore. WIMSSENBURQBR&SCHLOESSER
-...   i ��� ���'..        , ��� ~"'"" '���
EDGAR MABVIN, Corner Fort and Lakglky
Street, dealer in IRON & HARDWARE,
thc sale of the Boston Rubber Bel is.
Agent for
s
'UGEira
y-uuwa THOMAS, Yates stfreet, Victoria.
iii Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer In WINES. BRANDIBi
BEERS, & LIQUORS of every description. Goods forwarded to the Mining Districts, -x' ��� I-8
HOCTL TJE FRANCE* Victoria,:'V% I.,:��� J��w
Bigne astd Pjsrre"SSascsit, Proprietors, The R����-
tourant is Supplied1 with all the delicacies the market
affords, in the/Bar will be found the choicesl LzQ9o��s.
Furnished Rooms, y&c. 1-s
aRELLEY & FITERRE, Victoria, V. U
Sole Agents Jfor Napoleon's Cabinet Champagne,
Pictressoh de St. Aubiu Champagne dry, Bouche do dry��
Jules Mumm Champagne, Eugene Clicquot Champang*,
Bokers Bitters, Sainsevain's California Wine and Bitters, HostetterTs Bitters, Bancroft Cider, Logaac Clarat,
G. Preller Claret. A large stock of Bonded Winea,
Brandies, Whiskeys, and Liquors of every deaeripti<��
always ba hand. Grslut fe ^iraRlBK,
Importers aud Wholesale Dealers,
J 1*8 Junction Wharf and Johnson stroeia.
REMOVAL.. J..L. Jungermann, Watcli-
MAKEB and JEWELER, has removed to the Fireproof Brick Building, wUbia one door of Wd&ls, Farje
k Co,*e Express Office, rates strcot, Victoria, V. I. ��
* EWIS LEWIS, CLOTHIER^tates strert, Vic-
J toria, opposite Bank of Brilish North America,    s
a,
corner
SUTRO & CO., Importers and DsaiiErs in
CIGAR?, TOBACCO, Mccrshanni Pipes, &c, S E.
of rates and Wharf street, Victoria s
A K -E-XCELLENT *RA*JfCU, situated on tho Waggon
'\" \ ���>.�� \d a nd on wb ioh a large nurnber oi c'it11 e.could
/'. ir��rid tW in t bo winter, asihcce is plenty of hay tor
toe. h\y    There is a good Dwelling Uouse, together with
I
ft*
<���>method* Suibln*. ise.% on tbe prjmisos.
4/f!;,>yUtT, lo "V 'Ottawa n��ia��r oftef.
J
THE SUBSCRIBER begii to inform his friends and
Miners in general that he is once again in tbo field, and
will keep constantly on hand GOOD FAT BEEF nnd
MUTTON, which he will deliver on Burns Creek, Nel.
son Creek, and Last Ghance, free of extr* charge.
8s*f, 2$ and &0 cr��; Mutton, S$ cts: ani no deviatfin.
TKED.  L*nTLE*R.
F. HEISTERMAN, LAND AGENT, 38 Gov-
ft.8.�� ornment street, two doors south of Fort street
Victoria, Vancouver Island. .   g
TIME is Mosey, and if you would save both ship
a uyA����,rnS?otl5,by tb0 Yale-Lytton Route.
A. BAKLOW. CoiiMisfiios and Forwarding Agevt
Fort rale, British Columbia hoes to inform Shipped
aud thc public tn gcuor.il tbat be is now preparoil to
Sorwam Goods to tbo Mimvs on tho most reasonable
terms, and without delay. AH goods consigned lo tho
above w��l be promptly aU?nt&ifl ts ati4 **w��l
Sr/fvrstf w^roheug?. *    jtt-
in h
DICKSON, CAMPBELL & CO., Commis-
sn&.v Merchants, "Wharf street, Victoria, VaDcos-
vcr Island. H. N> Dickson & Co., London; DiorSok,
DkWoij k Co., San Francisco. ��� 8
TT^ENDERSON & BURNABY, Importers
11 and Commsssio.v MsRCtfANrs, Wharf street, Victoria,
V. L, and No. 17, Gracechurch street, London. .' ,' ���
17 MALLANDAINE,C0LLECTOB ^GENERAL AGBJJT
J�� Government Btreet, Victoria, Vancouver .Islaae*
a~XIY HUSTON,~Pealer in GUNS, PISTOLS, fish-
iso Tackle, Powder k Shot, rates street, Victoria
JULIUS LOEWI & CO.,   IMPORTBRS AND WHOtSSAUJ
Dealers; Agents forTilton k McFarland Firo ana
Burglar Proof Safes and Vaults, Victoria, V. L        s
KWONG LEE & CO*, Commission Merchants, Importers and Dealers in CHINESE GOOD^, WCL��
Sugar, Tea, Provisioms, tee., Cormorant str^t, between
Oovernmeut and Douglas streets, Victoria, V I.
INWARD,
QLACKSMITH, MACHINIST AKP
pactvjosu op Cooking RangssHj
BAitKERVILLB, B. C.
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