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The Cariboo Sentinel 1865-06-12

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 v>  THE 'GOVERNMENT, EXPLORING EXl*E-  :P-P'fX^" X'M^U^'*'1; -fXX .;.".���������*;  \Thc.^O(i?uiiVq.htw despatched two,' qxplor-  inic parties indifferent directioiiVj foFtlie pur-  The. first is  rUo wiiulvH������Jctl.clou(tsoi (lU9t.^i!t,]L^p  ng partio.....-.- -....-.,,.������,k,r<.< ., .  ? vose of prospecttiii'for minerals,  I under Mr. Jumea Orivancl consists of 15 meij,  I anaatb aeiSOiiiltas^ri:ll:ftMacdotmld at,it������:  I  head, atidconsist of,5mfen^ -Mr. Orr's party;  i.-.-tbe Ootumbia RivejL-: in -toodiroeW of Ca������  I 5>oo; whilsttWsecond #^will^oinm^ci.  The? terms of, tlji������ |nce^viejee 2 .liii Se heats, llest  tin % for $2,()()() a side, and outside stake .of  $2,500.   TlkMTnul.rnbc.........  .no. pnov;yvas \.o hi) ke]H; bucjc by jhvch.-an^>l\  'stable frptit .sioirt^jy^r^V^' ;*. -At tfi ejff^n ill-J  utes * liters 3 the; ml em.overe Xwejiriied.. .GJ-i-l pat-;  rick/tlie'inost^eoU^KauMritler ;i!t^AimjHchy  ���������arid M? rider ofc Lodi ^pulled Ji down'.-'Mil.{Lbs:,  S\iT|5criptibnv' $.i pe? week  ineii.vdmg.si^aie, ^i>ars and vbipA?< 1 he Tidei  of -Noifcnc^i^b4:100,;iiTicV������Khng aeeuuti^  merits:' ��������� A't"thf ^p.ot' the drum the,horses  were biroiighLto^m scor&ami off at the won}:  Tiiey pa%se& ^scorl^ J ft' (he ;hrsV mile No*  E|S������^  Gatital,  -   . v $1,250,000.  IX 12,500 SHAKES,   OF $100 EACH,        /  With. Power to Increase.  -0-r^'  HI;  ice  disparage Mr. Orr ,aara niau ot nonor .uiu  spokahiiitv, ^^iV'Wttft^'^-i^feW  this part ot.tho country very little confide!  Cs felt iiv his qualifications for greeting ana  superintending* fucli am e^$itaU|If -^  Por such laborsViiotU)nlK^^hoaavb^t ^er^  . member;of the.;. co!u^)any, sUptild ha^^beeiv  ^ .     v   l.N:^iVNGOUyER^ISLlNl)f ...  . HT ViTTQiiilA^dJaii^o&Brl(ish ^ulumbb;; ";>."^ =   .:   :t- '  The unffir3rne(l wiIMc������ei������ conntanUv ou.haiicl j^^:^i.y4-i^itt������r/Brliteh-Coluinbiu;.- f :  ���������  ,;;-'-;taYuU.as^ilment-;or,.,:V. Xfi : ;j;^,#  ;  ���������-��������������������������� '/-t,> :>"*%"-: :-:-corisistiui'6f . -X;--.'-������������������';.;.;'��������� V- ;,);���������:,���������; y:":' ;tN^Ttt.JC:;t^*^ ">���������"���������-���������  { v /? ^; ���������:������������������ -:-������������������������������������;��������� ''������������������*���������������������������������������������  -'ISAN i^UANCrSOO���������BVnfe^BrUfeh'-6*hiniWfi;;-^.h  J'0ilTl..^KJ)v OKEGONrrrBank iif, British Coiun^ia:;  ������������������i^X-fXX fin ;'feA^^,y ;r  'Mon.tfftft  st.05  ^^  Lodi it length i|i advance,; biifc Nortplk; soon  afivantajreihe maintained���������''- thvoiigho tifcthe;eu^.  ���������We nMZ'f^m&^M^  77:1-2������ 77;^2.:  a6^&a22nd, 1 ^>J-2.fFlotu-j  moderate j {home trade. at> prie  Vjesfquality; -X X^'ff:  lokoon-  ������������������\fv 'IN ;EXGLAN1)T-"  Nl^Buhic/bf ftU-i^Coiuriihi^  SOvLotiibardS^.  ���������3.-- .--in-*-knowing ..*������,.. -^ ,���������.__..  ^^ cle. mipoiietcafcihg this, densely woodeiL>conia-  ������<; - try, tliere is ��������� attic doubt. some new auri^  {fjpt ferovis region: sV'duld hav:e2bt������en found that  ||| '-'would have In'o ugh.h.honor to the discoverers.1  ^ v ^>r6sperity> to -the /cpuntrv,; and profit/ to-?the  kv lieen^eiected: aud'Willtiiiffl's'Oreeli should have  |:     been nvadeiaKo;cntj?,e^fi^^ they could  |. . teniatioaily; prospect? the surrouhding district  I In the opinion of ��������� all: (experienced^-inincrs we  fcr'  have nvot,;the^ Governjijielit; ;ha^'infide,a;grand  ^|: :iinistalvi^in^heJcours^  |P country wil^a^erfc^-pay foi^itfi������.ud probably  H?f 8nITev im mfee 1 y? 1>y ^tho6 lar#H- *e.'xpis'dition.  ||i    t-uraing^pufe a !ui|ge^ be  i|    n?grctu5(l',thac 'tli^GbVernin^ ip^o;iiit  M;v   the right men, aV iii Jtlie!*event of no impor-  te-   taut resultsjit)'uiug up'there^ wouAd have Jbpeix  east'^pn%libnce:lfct't' thaFtlie fault waV not  able .change./;  Stock to  jiiaihsd:  ftavs fr<������m  ..v.,.  *.��������� ..     , ,    .  MosC-5 TayloAr^ignt^Oao.OOO in  houil^ vSl ishai^Tsliockvbi' an oi>rtliquake. Avtis  iiiS5^������ ## ## ������^������  7 ���������!;       - iS . "i ..V '..    ��������� ,^-r   ������iiniTvn������   i>A\\rnK! <V; I-Al C/lN 1<   o-V  ,;. ���������. ���������   ;    ��������� CURKEXT- ACCOUNTS ,op.n'.4 for- any junount, not  rBS, all  lJ^^ l*hfclli Otii''.Kuudr(Ml iifilhifi   41 k "���������' ���������   !f;>" ������������������'���������;'���������;'���������.  .. , ii.-.-.-i i ���������' ;A-.-ir.--.f "���������"'- .'--���������'".";��������� ..s:vV; "��������� ���������.���������'*-������������������!;..- -V.'. .' ?     :-, ..    j    ,-   ... (-    .-  on Gri'at ^BrUainjiS.aiUymnciHcJr^aaidi:jScw; Yprfc!',pa;���������>,  expetli tion -was 'coihmitteu ^ irn til ^to-inorrb w,  W^illiams beingf release:dP^hT������2,500 bail; .the  ntlcj  .���������,..,...   i^ U IWO u v/V * ***5*V *. JV . ���������' ���������    -- "��������� ������������������;" ~. i ��������� -���������-��������� -'������������������ ������������������ 1 f. mi1' f '5 ;.  *"1o-lii'aiiWlftiW:fe'|hfl,j(^ja^J;;T|������.������|X^  I j r if ts i4uoa on nil the Branches: knfl Asen.Qie*.   ,  GiivcTurnoni yud\itli?-"r' St;ouriti^rvcejyud>;iUr so:  turosttfanclDiviUoniAs colltcLoiii������������������ ���������;  4  cii^tddy^Intb  l'������i chived onHJep^it,* or AclyHne^M^Mpw^^-  .f-if/Q-ijSviirV^  '-t .  1  %,  ���������01 paying men t monthly; salaries a������s'.disq.ui&  ��������� verss\ \\y���������': e<nidemnetU -inasiuucU ������������s ,vthe-groat  L stiioti1usMo;,5 ex'tfth^^  rwrfnftir|5.*i^rhn. GfevVrn^ii^as^ust^im^U;  ������., away a goldctfio^|)6rtuiiityx to benefit thc>  country to iii order serve a political follower;  'PI' :fTKera Is;'no^Mng^  satisfaction since we arrived in'Cariboo:- thaii  .1 in ^vitiiessihg th|<3 entire ^onndeiic'e^whffili flie  mercantile community -rep ose In; tho honor  and honesty.,. of t}ie ^ult^iduk^niin!^   At  this early setison of; th(fyear>' men generally  cannot get.oh without rCceiyihg. credit,' some-  limes to a very large amount, at the stores of  Ihe provision dealer. "��������� Witnoht security of any  kind, but tho Wf>r3f9|7^H"^o^^mincr,w\fb?  the ]>ayinentj tlie merchant ^dnily parts with  ��������� his goo^.sometime^to a veryijtrgc.amount,  and depends nrlonnls;:customdt.;fj^^ :paym"ents  when the flatter receives his wages or takes  out hijpay felonijsome pfaira Jielis pjospec^-  ing. ' Such unbounded confidence should stimulate the,miner,'as werare well aware it gen-,  emlly do"fds, to meet his engageineiits at the  earliest inonient in his power,; Often when a  ,merchant' is least 'pressing forLtbe jni6tte^ dno  from hispustomors he is mqstipre^sed himself,  , to mccVengageriienis which cannot Be staved  ��������� -������Kov'���������'��������� delayed.C :T&6l confidence;ih^goiod'  feeling which now exist between .the mcr-,  chants and: minors we sincerely trust vwill not  be broken for^mahy a longi day iio c'dme, but  will be perpetuated ,and:prolonged indoGnite-  ly between, t^ern.   The signs of tjie times are  most cne6ttki*ging, -and hot the least pleasing  is the spirit oi'confidence to which we have  J >riefly al lu ded; and which we ������incev??Xy trusl  1 wTinmiSg IM' o w^reWi^a;:iii;prolnpjt.^  isfactory^ettlenients betweebmineid'rfnd mcr-  chaute during the-mining, season of 1865..  4 The Bank;ppI5RixiaH C61u^ii.^\Vc;,tfdtice  in the London papers of the 9th of April, that  tit a gen������rat.mceling of th������: proprietors this  "bunk declared a dividend of TVS. per cent  lessor Cohen, the astrologer, was arrested ami  held to answer, on a 'charge of committing a  raijo.'  April  mand prevails at current p���������-,-  tlie'salel'siiVceour last are Napa- City $14 and  anee in |^cfi[ th^ itHt of gjfe* season^ -. t  San Francisco, May 8().-���������fn eon sequence of  the^>rx)plamat^on ^of* ijixe Jfv&$$\eni of^the  LFnitett; g'feitfes'vap^ointiiig Ma^^yHijfeic'lhgLS ^  day of h umi liatiq n,.,' fas ti n g an d prayer, the  bankers have' agreed to clb^e > their places of J  business. ,> 3?ar'd by. tha^Goltloii City, winch I  2nd ct^i^j^O^^-stee, ^ $Bh; (- -Flour, largo  ope rations in' (Jh il i a Ve u n'derHtoo d to4)e pend-  SQUAKi* QCTAGON;C^ bl^L,  DUCK &|mJI>BER IVKLTl>sG:\i-r\f'--f  GOLD'stAUSS,."������.and-.64 ozs., &c.,&c.  V.V-N^I'XKLE^-CATIIBOO^WEST: -'������' ���������  /;��������� ['''^b^t^'i^'iX;'^/:.- '...'.���������'   t  ^EGAtf)CA^v^OTE,^LETTER:&  - ;:v--'&V^l>&KKl^:'.i/l .r:f;l:i:tf: ���������:-', fX  -        Ti|R} &.;VV    ' -:"   '-��������� ���������*������������������;     -----  WEEKL^ TIME BOOfcS V  vBarkerville^ Willutms Creek.  '-, Jil the/pvoprietor having-t*k(;n groat pains,-through th *  iW. iii ter. to make jt tW most vsupt,Tior.:abu;so.ju,.Gyrihoo:  Oooii. hecom nib ti ti tioiis, '"\x ith';.? 11 i ts: pr ropins IfoY in'ij i o������  ; V  or priyiite piiHin^' Attocheci tb this Hdtci;j&'a���������������������������������'".;���������:  X'; F insx. 'OiViss'' 'BissTkuti^lT''^ :B tti-���������������������������;������������������' -^  wbrcrV. e-an be'chtainoU the liio^t cht'icob'rands'of Win??.  -'-N; :L. ^cOA.ytevY:rPrj)pri6tf?r.  11 ig.   xVlire-lyroklv^mit #iwtlteTCosmopo 1 itali  San FraficBSobJ .ntne'^^A^tirge^mlfiin--  tensely cuthu^h^tic'niiiss ih<jeting was held at  Piatt's Hall last evening to give expressions  of sympat) iy for Mexico;' 8000 persons were  present; \ Many woi*e^unab.le-'fco^g.et Juside the  Hhlirr The 1i!ott6! of MAWy\loctWnewas  conspicuously posted and. elicited rounds of  Moses'; 'J^^V^^^^^r^  ;T6; preyehirJBaldaessV;"Restore;!IIair thiit has  hitleii otr 6v bticome' *Hiinf a rid: to cure" effee tui'iHy   ,  ������������������; .-/l* 'fl '-i 'ii-.-ifl-SksaxX: or ������ari<lrun;'������; .i'^'^; ;]<��������� ������^ :  OUARANTKE3 TltEj IlKS.'CORATiON.; OF KvltB IN, QNE.WEe?".  FOn'THE'TOlijETi''  ul'arly for Livdios at'te'r  pfbp:������rod by {the pif���������  -This' tnviprntor is, iriatle pn r ii c  illnessi;tcJ": be iuaftd- with; the tri  First ;Satur:yte the .heft^i  uim , cga.    JEiverjr ������-.   trine ^was received������wi th loud ap p lause. ;' U ni-  versal sentiment is that Maximilian must leave  Mexi co. Samuel McCo lira, ! steamboat fi re-  Ifhan," \vai5 butnedto death in the great lire at  corner Of Jackson;a;nd/l^Tiuu streets on ;\\red-  nesday last; _ 1 oases ab on t, $io,0ij0. The Sal-  ^&r|f^tCj^e"]c&me ������\j>, io-dtt^}GpuUl-r&!  Pixiey are*forllie'defence'; therba'se;was"a'd-  journed'>Kfitii AVedriesday, when the Judge  Advocate "will argue for the prose en tion. Our-  j-rency.drafH 2o^ to 27. \:Drafts, -\ h% to 1 B-4  Legal tende)^, J7; 1t2; .-: Fionr sales, 1000-half  L-MOUXTET '-..& CO.,  is:  ^ro^isIraST'Hardwar^7;Xio;uors; of * tKe Best  j     Qualilj'j ftndiQiir������lon Seetls ^uiiijilfoi* this clitnau*.  ������ar The GHEAPKST STOUE on'��������� wtillaias Crock. ������=&*  Ridhtti'hVB. C.,���������Jiine 1st, 1S60.   V s  ���������v;.' nyis^ T-������������������"'���������  Wliolesale & ��������� Commission  , YALEJ * BRJtlSII COLtikmA,  Hay aud G-rain. at I/jwo^t. IUtcs ;  Gratis to partis.buying lP������0fi\  c o J      ~"  "I both thoskimand hair in a healthy state.    Eaaies:\viH  - ��������� fnitl the Iiivi-ioMtor a gr&u t;,��������� atliill ion to ctoilet, both ia  .cousiileratk'u of its delipAte'.anti njgrpeahie perfume an4  the iireat racility.it aftyrds :iri'ilre!?s.ingi (he hair, wbica  when fnoi'st with ��������� \ t' can 'bo"��������� dressed -in >atiy; re^uirt^i  form so.as to;preserve its: place: whetherfplain or, la  carl?.    Wben;u.se^ on.chih|r.ln,s*Iieads:,it luyS thofoun-  fiaiion Cor a good head of r hair; 1;  .. -. ���������     :    . ;,;'. '. /  '  '":  V- ��������� ' ��������� PreparoU'oBly'by v-: ''���������*���������*"<'> f 1= '4T  v^v.i .;*���������������������������.��������� -;������������������'    ;W. Or MOSES, :. ������������������  Jlarlverville, next door torMadame Beudi xen 's?.  Oood Stabling  FOR^SALE.  A BOAEDWG.HOITSB/  Situate in Oameronton, Williams Creek, ^which is well  litteti up aiuiin lull work iug order.    Apply to  MRS. S. KDWAKJX������i.  t6r*cks%f.$l 40, 290 ?������^^^t>ks  ordinary VsoW- at >t SlW-M MS* &^2  v'^sT^'Kcccfrrfi,: at Kew We^trnhister, .for  toe'weekending^Safnrday, May^m 180o-  Import, duties,'*1823 5 7.; goid cxporidiiUes.  ������2&' 3 -Sir harbor dues,���������������% ������. A .JMjaduyoaej  JM .8v.tonnage;iiucs, ^160 XOj hues, mA$  Total; ieSJMT'rs: r^p.mVor or passengers ou^  tering the port during the same penod, Wh  Three-fonrtlis of" the passengers were OhmebL.  J. K.  SUTER,  MINING AGENT AND BROKEl!,  ]        nlCHFIELn; ;"  AH; kinds -of Age������icy Business attended to.  OHice oppowile the'Paris anu London Hotel.  I1I-.IW Willi ll*������)>. II II    ���������If^WfcM���������m   ���������IHIIII MHWIIIBIU ������TMM������   IUJIHI        II  The   Original   iPieman.  HOT PIES of tho best,dpKcription supplied topsr-  ' ties at their own r&Fi'lcuccs at '.  TWENTY-FIVE. CENTS  EACH.  FORT  YALETix)TEL]  [ Kelley &c Lane, Proprietors,  GOOD BjEDS, Good .Accommodatif������n and the Best ol  '" Liquors at the Bar; Stabling fur Horses, kc.       b  Storage, and Forwarding!  '<���������' uvl,   cu^'iiuw.  , -���������*    lALbj J3. 0.  tv -'voti vi*nto m ccrkd of :di?e������50s of everykind, T>'atties Shipping; by the Yale -Ly tton Boui������  I without the nv.1 ot* M-rcury, ��������� c-tli on Pr. buhlall, j ^ ^ advised that KIMBALL & GLADWIN h*v>i  cither at bia ofluv, Ciimenmum, or his residence, Marys- j tirccjlJfl extensive Storehouse and D(>cfc at tal������������, F. I ,  v'\\\o. Williams Crutk.        ' ; j and are prepared to -Recdre, Store and Forward Goo--,  WB^MWW,������^^������������-*^'^'^^^*IW"'*1^"f'T"'������������������j""1*-""���������"' t The c������pucity of;the building is about 400'tons, end ii ij  \aj       y^. 1. {Sj N A R D ! ��������� Pl'rfc&ly��������� -3l^l{l tc''} ottering securiry irom  fire  sKrt��������������� s11;  *Y * -J   tftvr i met with iu interior Towns.    Goads'. R*-p-:ck*<J. ������������������������'-  K1 j \CKSM1TIi, MACHINIST   AiS U   M A> U - ryreighrs engaged, at Lowest rate?.    Parths  shippiu,|  PR AN CO I y   C ASS E,  I   BUTCHER;,  j KICliFIKLB. '  Mutton always kept on hand and supplied  |to. Miners'sjjui ILottrls at reaKOiuihle prices.  |   HENRY   LTAM.ON,  ���������      i IUCHHEIiD, "  Oonimission   Merchant,  : LiQt-ORS SOLD WHOLESALE k RETAIL.    -  * VSTOEAOT.: ; ;1 ������������������;���������  > ?::���������  &&" The best Subline tor Horses to bb found on the  Creek; Hay and Oats Hlwnvs <m bond.  STDDALL;  w.  DR.  <l'-~fc .������,������*"...������������..  -r-  tmmn* ���������-g'wiii14 bwwwbww  Agents ibr -the "Cariboo Sentinel.?'.  V*m Winfel?.!    /-    ' -      ���������      -���������     B.ifnariV Express  Moutb of Qu������jsne|f H'      . ���������"- .       . do        s>  Cuauingham, Antler, ICetlbfry, Steven*, Grouse,* and all oth������r outlying Crocks,    -    -       - Spo<m"r\s Express  Wrtjrcm Road,          ....   Barnard's Kxprces  ,<*Jiritonicity,       ..... . jio  y������Is,   ' >y..   .      Mr. Evans, Barnard's $Xpr������*3 Office  LiU'ioet,       -       F. W. Foster, ,,   do do  N-w Westminster ���������       -       -        -Clarfcson & Co  Victoria.      -   ' **������     -���������'   . -      -      Thomas J. tturnos  NOTICE.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  TRADERS AND  Minors und others wishing to send "The Cariboo Sen-  Hn-iV] to their friends in Canada, England, tho United  States*, or elaewJj'*r<\ can have it uanilod by leaving  addresses at the, publication office.     Price, ivcltoixg  pnstapo, |H. :.   :        ...... ' ���������-���������--'  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  Correspondents sending articles for publication under  'nom du plume* must entrust us with their names in  ���������confidence;*    To tb is rule.we must rigidly adhered  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  Oppen&eimer & do;.  IMERS  ���������M^r?|r KroyMtm Stoi^e!  "���������%'.  CAMERONTbN.  ' , yV-  BARKERVILLE, Witiizm  Have on band a large stock of  goods Just arrived, which they wi  Lowest Market Kates, vi  Pickles, Jam  id following  gelt at the .  ull kinds  of  -v--  BARKERVILLE, MONDAY, JUNE 12, l������Gfi.-  /INJUSTICE OF;'-T^BjPO������ID EXPORT TAX  : ..      -���������-.---'" LAW.    " ���������  GROCERIES,  (including  Sauces, arc.,)  pitpvisroNS,  HARDWARE, CROCKERvJ  LIQUORS, WINES,  SEGARS, TOHACCjt,  STATIONERy,PLOTHING,  ROOTS AND  SHOES,  MIX-iXG WKXSILS. including  We publish a letter:ia'another column from  a correspondent' who has had many years experience in the mines, and who is well qnali-  43ed to pass an opinion on the injustice of the  Gold Export Law.. Miners as a^general rule  &re the very; last class in the community to  raise their, voices again������i^taxatioii, because  they are so accustomed to pay more than  ttheir share that a little additional burden is  only taken as part of the Governmental system carried out-against them.   There ia" a  limit however to human forbearance, and as  it is the last straw that, breaks the. camel's  tbaek, so it ia with the latest injustice adopted  against the miner, which has converted the  noh-cornplainingi hard-fisted delyer after gold.  ���������iato: a- discontented\ and dissatisfied subject.  :���������' Heavy taxation, as we have stated, a miner  will put up with, but injustice he will never  fiVibmit't6,'pr<5fcmng to abandon the country,  i\$\ marly.have d������* i e this season, rather than be  subjected' to exceptional legislatioa, oppressive taxation, and unequal laws.   Had tbe  government felt the necessity of increasing  'the revenue there is no.part of our colonists  ���������irlio would   have   more   cheer tally borne  their just quota of a tax oh income than the  miners, .but to have made such a tax fair and  just it*should have had an application tp every  % class of the community, no matter what their  calling.   Why should the colonistwho.se hard  Hnes/are'cast "in the mountain; ranges, of  Cariboo, arid whose toilsome, wearisome la-  ���������hprs are so Mil-requited, made to contribute  a tax on his earnings, when the Government  official at New-Westminster, seated in his easy  chair, and the merchant of the capital are  exempt.?, .The reason is obvious.   There is  an oligarchy of officials and New -Westminster  representativea acting as our rulers, whilst  'those who pay nine-tenths of the taxes of the  country have no voice whatever in its Government,   It is true the latter have themselves  to blame for not returning men who would  have been .uncompromising iii their political  conduct,.* and determined in their opposition  ���������t������'measures calculated to retard the growth  and prosperity of the colony, and injurious to  the interests of their constituents.   Our space  will not permit us to dwell longer on this  ���������subject-, to-day,';but we shall return to it in  our next number. "1 X     f.f;  SHOVELS, FORKS  DVCK,  #aT* Particular attention is called  of LIQUORS, WINES & SEGARS.'  Barkerville, J2th June, 1885.  CONGER]  liO'R THE  \+t&--  gOIiONlAlh  paTEL  ill6 isf St& W&$PM&X  \   Wholesale & Retail Merchants h Dealers}n  Liquor^,��������� Provisions,   Groceries; -Clothing,  ^ HartlWftroi Medicines, Drugs & MinersTools.  Xjps* The cheapest prices on the Creek.;  Oppb^itidii  td   Monc^p     !  A-  RESTAURAN  CAMEItONTok  T  THE%bove favorably.; known Establishment, uu^r  TV,LlJS^u.^nnt*'n<,ftnce ������r MADAME JAMf4  JAMES. Us proprietress, has just bot-n rmcno^S; nm  public. The Hotel is flttell up In the mostffibh.Ji  ���������ty e, and;tho Restaurant is supplied wUh aTtiStu  The choicest brands of Liquors *& Cisah dtwnf  Hand.  a on  2  OPE,  Request my Friends and  acquaintances  tu recoil ���������'Ct that I have always b,eeB and am still  opposed to Monopoly.     I thank th������*ro for their puat  liberal patronage and solicit a continuance ofOt.  ���������   ss������ I am always prepared to sell CHEAPER than  anybody else.  H; EDWARDS,  MERCHANT, Barkerville.  PJ5KS, Ac, &c  to ur fine stock  NO     MONOPOLY!  NO   COMBINATION!  ���������0  ILLIARD     SAL  RICHFIELD,  PA TRICK     KIR WIN  PROPRIETOR.  This Saloon is fitted up in FIRST CLASS  STYLE, with  Fhelaxi's Billiard Tables!  . jW* The BAR is supplied with the FINEST  LIQUORS which can be procured.  THE UNDERSIGNED, havme seenjvith sorrow  .andferief that some of our First s-rcbaiits arc  lOHirisr considerable by tbe irreat.������p.:cnlatSi:thev made  in March list, have resolved to jrivu a C.iicert lor their  benefit, sa as to help them to drink s6m;?Cfu>mpagne,  of which they have been deprived for jpotic liin������v  To that effect I have secured the servies of tho dif-  ferent Artists on this creek,  unit oarhesty rinruest ail  horiest men to give, mo their generous apsfcianc* at that  i Soiree, .in which they will have-Thej  S.    ELSASSER,  Camkkonton, Williams Creek, B;'G  WHOLESALE      AN D      RETAIL,  RICHFIELD.  JA  E8   f.   OUERI  PROPRIETOR.  I rice of admission, $1.  atre aid Concert.  J. B. MAIAUMOXD.  WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL DEALERS-IN  LIQUORS,  GROCERlIES,  AND  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,   '  LIQUORS, ���������  SEGARS,  THIS HOTEL contains 18 Bed Rooms, Whlch sir^  fitted up in the befit stylo for the comfort and convenience of gueFt������,  The Bar is supplied with ?LIQUORS and SKQARS of  the.best and choicest deacriptions. ���������.  General Merchandize,  ���������'BARKERVILLE.   .] . .  TOBACCO,  ; HARDWARE,  CROCKERY,  '; -' ..  MINING' UTENSILS, .., ' f' ;.  STATIONERY,  CLOTHLNG,  BOOTS & SHOES,  DRY GOODS, ������S:c., drc.  Important to Prospectors   -^gmob bought at.my store wnibedc.  for Quartz  OFFICIAL PROCRASTINATION.  THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOAVPREPAREriTO ANALYSE ORES of liny description broiglit to him  for that purpose     Charges moderate.      :  1 -   .   v:       ���������  BLACK SAND, PANNINGS & DLOWINGs) BOUGHT,  or CLKANED on Commission, at the AurorafCompanv's  onice, '       it-ftf     ; _1  CONCORD SPRING WAGGON, capableof seating  ���������nine passengers, besides carrying baggi������ge.  .also,   '/;;;VrT.f   ���������  A pair of fmo American Horses, with set of' double  harucss for sale.    Apply at this olUcu, or tb *  ,  ���������    --" *'*���������':       :-- - /��������� y-:;;MRJ;SRAW:;;- ���������  12. Smith's Ranch, Oittouwood.  livered FREE OF CARRIAGE to all portions  of Williams Creek. ���������������������������.:-"fX.fX.Xlf":i  '���������'rV-^:.'-,r  !S..ELSASSER,:1.  Paris and London Hotel,  RICHFIELD.  THIS HOTEL IS" OPEN FOR ..VISITORS, and is fitr-  nished throughout in the Best Modern Style  for comfort.     The Bedrooms aru clean and well k<p*.  THE RESTAURANT  is supplied with all tbedeikacies 'of the season, and  tho BAR ia stockod with the  PUREST LIQUORS  ONLY.  j%&- SEGARS of the finest brands on hand. ���������  " Tti the estimates passed by tlie Legislative  Council-during the past session, a sum of six  Ihousantf'ddllars was voted; for " constructing  a ro ad or street from' Richfiel d to Cameron to n  on Williams'.' Creek/* Months have passed  41 way since the vote received the unanimous  concurrence of the members, but there has  - bceniiothing done to carry out the necessary  ������*\vorki Tie-mockery of tenders by the Colonial Secretary, and when received their; con-  Kideratioii "indefinitely postponed j has not  even been gone, in fact we are no  nearer getting a road than when the  inoney for f ft wasv''' voted, f.f.f Every' one  v isiting Williams Creek1 knows the incon-  venience and 1 oss which merchants and miners  Stfffer %y the want of a. passable road from  the upper to .the lower town. But it would  appear a matter of little consequence to the  N EXCELLENT RANCH, situated on!the Waggon  "JX Road, and on which a large number or cattle could  be cared J'or iu^tlie winter, as there is plenty of hay tor  reeding. There U a good" Swelling House, together with  Cattle Sheds, Stable?, &c. on the premises.  Apply, bv letter, to "A," 'Cariboo Sentinel1  ofllce,   2  J.   K.   SUTE  Has Instructions to sell the following valuable  ���������claims, viz: .  1.1-4 interests in "Sago".Millor"iCoy, Ijbwhco Creek^  1-2  1-4  1-2  1-2  1-2  1-3  1-2  1-4  do  do  do  do  do  ���������do  do  do  do  do  do  "Brown" do do  u|*ravid encc * * do   Watson's Gulch:;'  1 'Morning Star" Co'y, Williams Creek  do  do  do  bo  fa   .,  -do.  Canklins Gulch  ;;;, cameronton;  (groceries,  ��������� jaar T"a rms x������o tu- ~m  FERDINAND   TE^  This Establishment is now ������pen for customers, f'} The T������ble is supplied with the best and choicest  delicaci'$$'.    Coffee and Pics can be had at all hours.  jQ^Tho' Bar contains the Finest Liquors on the Creek  CAMER0NT0N.  Th������ Oldest Sfetablislied Hotel on Williams  ;..-���������-;     ���������    . creek,; ���������������������������.:������.:������������������  RICHFIELD.  MHRORATfTS AN������ DSALEHS IH  royisionsj  prs,  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  Government ^rhat Horn the community- sustains which pays Bin*-tenths of the taxes of  the,country so long as esplanades, leading av-  ���������cnues' and useless roads are constructed at the  public expense at New Westminster* Cariboo  in the eyes of officialdom must just play the  fiddle for New Westminster to dance/ The  Mm$ hi*B arrived however when the wrongs  which the people of this 'section of the country have been, suffering under will be exposed  aiid redress demanded.  do  "Forrest Rose"  "Nevada"  "Barkvr"  H3oriifsh"-  "GarihahiiM :  "GhnUcngbV  "Hood"  Also, a-'fewsshares in the various Bed Rock Flume Co'ys  AU kinds of business connected with mining promptly and carefully attended to.  jggr Offlce���������RICHFIELP, near the Court House.    2  ��������� i                -   " "I   '   I     |     I.I _ ���������     I     I    >    i IJI1TW '     " -..  - |��������� _   _ ,        ,    ���������  Fashionable Hair Cutting!  .';'. W. D.'MOSE&  If your Hair is txluvg and becoming thix,  call and have U  RESTORED before you are bald headed.  W.  P. MOSES,  , 2   v  ,  Barkerville, Williams Creek.  E. C, GILLETTE,  And every other description of Goods required by the Mining commvhity.  .    \,  $������~ Moderate Terms i       J'  CilMERON begs to in tirna, te tha t she has open -  ed the J'ioseer Hotel in Camer6nton, which is  neatly fitted up with every comfort; the Bods are clean  and well kept under her own superintendance; tho  Bar is well stocked with the'finest LIQUORS; and th������  Restaurant will be supplied with every delicacy. An  efficient Cook engs^ed.    ..'....  From the long experience Mrs. Cameron has had in  Hotel; keeping on Williams Creek, and,the large patronage formerly bestowed upon her house, she will leave  nothing wanting in her new Hotel to ensure the support and patronage of her old friends.  j&3" Hot and Cold Suppers to be had at all hours;  ENGLISH m ViJSTYOLKENBURGH,  .'->  ���������&&  Richfield, Barkerville and Camerontxm.  $^* A large supply of the best Meat always on hand at the several stores of the firm on Wil*  li>ms Creek.  AHD  , 9  BarkerviUe, B. C.f  A. KELLY, PsoPsiETOR,  Everything is done in connection with this establishment to give satisfaction to the customers.  SLLIAMS   CREEK  OrFICB~CAM ERONTOX.  THE SUBSCRIBERS  will constantly keep for sale  throughout the season a choice assortment of General Merchandize, consistiog of  5       superior clothing,  Boots and Shoes, Mining ani> other Tools,  Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, && ..  fi^* The above mettb will be our guide in cvory particular. J. H. TODD & CO.  Barkerville, B. C., June 1st, 1805.  N. B. ���������In a few days our Spring (Stoods will arrive,  when we shall have a fjull assortment of Gura. Boots  and Coats, Sou'wester Hats, Cotton Duck,  Blasting  ���������rowdcr, Oregon Earns, and No. 1 Scotch Oatmeal.  AKD  BARKERVILLE,  :ffll  PROPRIETORS.  j^> Meals Ready at all hours.  '9  BARKERVILLE,  *A-  ���������    oeriea* Medioinee, Drugs, ^Eto.  Ev^erv article eold at the very lowest rales. fHECJ  '- Barkerville, Monday, june 12, i860.  Welcome.  Jatriea D. ;Walker, Esq., Inspec-  r and Managing Director, on the Pacific  bask of the Bunk of British Columbia, arrived  lu Williams Crefck on Saturday last, on his  stkat visit :of inspection, to the local^raneh in  Mbauierontoii. Mr. -Walker is the virtual founder  %f this now iWri������fingfe|������lcin:"theH������ Colonies,  Jand to his keen perceptiott" aiid foreaigfht in  Staking advantage of evcfry favourable open-  pi ng that presented itself, the proprietors of  ffthe bank are indebted'-for placing their nisti-  _itution in the foremost rank of banking estab-  9pf llshmenLs on this coasts Little aver two years  llphave elapsed.' ;since 'Mr.-Walker..opened the  Bf first branch in Vic toria, and during the. brief  if" '^interval no less than five additional branches  I ^ir> connection with the bank have sprung into  f;^g|^sccnce7andas\we perceive by the account  4mthQ la������t dividend; declared ia Loudou re-  Warkable. success has attended their establishment. To Mr, Walker undoubtedly is due all  |lhe credit of placing the���������,6aD$Ja;liiB';pTesbiit  imposition, whilst he haa been ahiy seconded .by 'j  IMMENSE   YIELD   OF   TJiB  SAW  CLAIM CONKLIN GJJLCH;  1085  ozs. VALUE FOR $16*845 TAKEN  ....,OUT IK ONE WEEK.  H  '%.  We can say w^th pjflVct twath: that the glomes ^f  C irih<xj h ��������������� Ve ao^taaed whiu in t������iie; wo('k the sum c of  $18,845 can bo takenbutof'a single claim at the������very  beginning of the.season when the..principal pirt of the  work i������ devotod to the mere op inlng up of claims. Tlie  cl.tim which IB the subject of this notice is .situated.  ii9ur the entrance of the- far-famed Cohklin Gulch, "celebrated in connection with the rich cliim known as  tlie Erlccsoa, wliich adjoins the Saw Mill co^sgroond  on the uppor or sunth-east f������d������\. The, Saw Mill claim  was taken ������P & the 1V.11 of 1S33, an.i contains nine lull  intermits. Groat ex .���������ni"ns vwru made last season to  prospect it, hut with only parti tl success ; \ it was demonstrated how<"V<T ..lielora worlc was,'suspended for  the winter that the claim posHi'ssed p:irt of the lead.  constant search fur tho loSfe Jnari. We congratulate Mr. Cars>yell on his fortunate escape  and2&ape he will avoid abort cilU in future.:  runou n t tak en out liquid a ted tbe h?tlancc d#tho deh ts  the  of the -company, and last week orfly  penscs had to be met; a single buckete^pay di  en"oilb during the past vv*eelc: h������r produced ns  as ������5 ounces of gold, worth $542 50. //The following is  tbe"rwniH'Of each day's���������'*washing itfn'V .  working ex.  dirt tnk-  much  ^&^ipu\existed,%itt'"��������� carry)?way;'-;with- him  i^^^&reifeed -j confidence > in 'the permanency of  ^S^b mines-and their abundant wealth..'-. We  f|Xi|f||v? no doubt 1^/Walker will ������ecbefore his  nptk?partiire ; that it would . increase- bushsess  &^Sjeneraiiy here and give the merchants greater  (���������H^cilities for carrying������on a legitimate business,  IBllp well as *?ad to the^owerihg of the price of  ^ffijiro visions'-if;: the rate of interest and discount  j^^^ere.'reduced.- We, ft&lsure it is only nescessary  ^S^;throw out a hint tlm&a; little .concession of  ^ffi||e kind we have indicated might for a I co'n-  ^^pMerable time to come ward off all opposition  lH^^this quarter. Mr. Walker will appreciate  \ , life force of our observation and will  excuse  , our introduction of..business into what we in*  '',-' fetfleno'cd- at first to  be' merely- 'confined- to - a  .> hearty welcome to one whom we are proud to  /���������call a warm friend.  ||:\jRbjloiso ; Room ' at Ca:meu6sto*i.---We waul d  ,i:iSvite..-the attention of the mining 'community  g^the,advertisement in anothercolumn: so lici trifling' their countenance aud sup port for this .ex--  Y#elle nt insti tu ti pn. The faqt that there is a well  /selected"'.and diversified stock of books in the  f- -circulating library in connection with the read-  kliug room,. shpuld, stimulate allv..to  patronise  ^Ad. sustain an Institution -so much required  l^&e.   The subscription has'been reduced to  ttM%. per. nvnthj aud the luanagement of-the  ; robm has been placed under the efficentsup-  !t||^itendance of Air;;J.ohn Bbwron, as librarian.  ||||Fortunate E$cai������e.-^-A miner-named Can-  l^gpghain had a narrow escape last week from  ffi$\ng killed. He had been working-at-the  bottom of tlie shaft of the Beauregard and  ; Confederate '-claim, aad was* returning to the  ,'";^rface by- b eing. ��������� b rought ��������� up ��������� in' tlie usual  pliSnner; just as he was about to.land the hook  J|Kich held the bucket, in which tlieanan was  ^pfahding, became detached- and down went  Ppe latter and the man after* it. Al though the  |l|haft is 46 feet deep Gunningham received! no  jSSther injury than a good shaking, which 'mere-  HJy incapacitated <him from work for-a. few  :" May s. Dr. Ok i p p - was immediately e al le d in  //jtfter the accident :  ?> GuniBRN^'JTORrAi/^VisiT to CARreoo.-It is stat-  *ll$> that Governor Seymour wilt leave New West  '/���������i^nstar about the 20th inst., on a visit to Cari-  y*e are sure, His Ex-cellertcy will be received  ''''XiiMWu aH with becoming respect, and we trust  ���������j /the miners* will lay before him the many grie-  ; jcyances under which they labor at present and  ;;; ftjbm which they should be freed We shall have  ignore to say on this subject next week.    *<  ;i ''^SiKoad CoNTRACTS.-The contract for th������ road  : ;y|pra Alexandria to tlie Mouth of Quesnelle is  / /;iawarded to Mr. Robert Smith, and that of the  /��������� 5;--Cottonwood road to Mr. Malcom Mnnro ofVic-  ^Jioria.   We hope the Government have bound  :;;:'p;/both contractors, to have their work finished  ���������PX&jX,within two months from the date the contracts  //|l!wGre awarded, as that period is quite sufficient  ���������/'jS^i'or the purpose ot completing the work.  ��������� j:|f   The Late Mr. Fuazee.���������In our last issue  ,   ^||we recorded the death of John A. Frazer Esq.,  -;/���������. E.   Mr. Frazer was a son of the late Simon  grazer, the discoverer of Frazer river. He was  ;|������l)oni.near Cornwall, Canada West, in 1833,  ���������-.^and had resided in -this colony since 1863,  Iglhere his upright and generous disposition  iAad ������������cured him the esteem of all who knew  ��������� :/|t6'm. ,  ^/;3 CnowDKnOuT.  June ;*th��������� fl7 15400-  onncus,  worth  $ 894,fil  44   ^th-^155  ������������������-'.������������������;���������-���������  do  do  ���������2402 SO  "   -8th���������327 50100  do  '������������������ tio'l  ���������5076 25  ������  fith���������213 eo-ioo  :. do. ������������������:-.-���������������������������..  do  3310 80  '���������'**���������; i������tli���������ir)9    ' - ;,.  vdo '  M .  24C4 50,  w-llth--n4^;'  ������dov*'  ���������do  ���������2697 00  ' ' Prifing thepist diiy'Or two' op--rations In tlie claim  have bey.iii much phBtructod by the progfuco or large  bouhler^ ;- Tliii. Allowing is; a -list ������f the; forturwte  shareholders, namely':. Messrs. Jolin .'Jam't^ ��������� R. Km-  nicdv,; 'Thomas Swinhrvrton, Samuel Walker, ���������;"���������;Joesph  ,HoiiKh, Robert Devlin, Jamus Stewarty^os'iph Torronsu  Wil1 iam Diiiihwooiiy, Jobn Mcbbniicll, William Hill*-  land, i?Ta hk'CumnjlD^i -and -Jambs Aa'dcrsoiiv- ��������� With  tho exception of Xhe last. nanwd, the ftlihrehoiders are  all 'Ciriailiftns, ahd we heartily c������ mgritul 11 them on  the success' which has- followed their*pprseycruncc.  The ikte Mr.. Fraser was a shareholder ih the claim aud  toc������k.a deep interest in the progress of the work from  the time it first commenced up to the period of-;his uh-  nHppj*. eR'1+; We slncTely hope ���������:thc' cotrip my hiive cn-  tor������d ou what will turii = out a prosperous'and briiUau  /u.uiro.;:. ���������./;. f: ff.'/;/     .-"���������"'��������� ff; p.' '".'��������� -; -'::' / ������������������ ?��������� ���������  ti -"cxniioo rnicEs. cukreniv ; / ��������� v-l  ployed at this claim, thero being 23'men in  all employed at^bitli shafts... We are also informed by a meinber/ of the,Watson cbinpahy  that it is with^^the B^reaHs, and not the Aurora company as stated, by us, that'thoy have it  alaw suit pendiia^.\ ; ;,"///,..;; - X.r)-2t?  .-/-��������� The .creek/rosev sttddpnly last Aveek to a  great height, the; effect of ^the siw>w Meltirig on  the: sur^oundifig/motifttains.. The nish of  water has donei ^nsiderable ��������� injury : -in addi-  tioiv to cany ing, uWay, a. number of <��������� si uice-  boxes andJoosetiittber, it has felled, up the  Barker opmpahj^sii^ws^ ; >Tliia_ :ni6;rmng  tlie^ water Jias subsided,..ahd i$$reheitsiciB ?of  further duuiajre Is at afrerid//  ;.     :://' ',  m  urn.  f    ";,"-...      '' Monday.morning,' 12th-Jun?r ;  Ttie 1 irge stocks of goods in morchanJLs, handsjiinu'd-  ed to i n our (ast issue have ��������� both groa tiy r ia creased , by  the arrivuls.last week; N0t=4ess than 10G;O0p pounds  of gr-n-Ttl merchandise have been laiji dowa,:Pnd stores  it* now filled with everythiag neoUrul for the support  of the miniiig- community, I'ricos have sustained a  Turthtir declin-% and min-rsare disposed to lay in thoir  sumnier'spwyi.sHvfis at the reduced rates. 'Tliereis no  douh t th a I when i t becomes, know n ��������� that provision s, nre  so low n������en who were deteretllrum vr^toirini? iip in the  spring by tlie r.'port of 1 ii.^li prices, wtfll try their*_ Kick  again in Can boo, especiHlly ak the number br'persous  now in this districts not half what it was last year.  That thers will be any cuRsiorrahlR advance.in'presuht  rates.durin'4 the presont season we do not beli-ye, as  there is still a vast quahtity'of g6o������is on'-the ivayiiti.  Men nsjed hot therefore shrink from coining to CaJtfroo  frt)m any fear of high ^ricos hereafur, llouble' tl;������  amount of pmsp.'cUagcnuld be done this year on the  same sum. of money that was possible in auy former  season that we remember, Messrs. Oppmheimer.re-  ceived *25";000 pounds of goods yesterday;- no loss than  three twins having arrived to ihoin, yizl . Mes^rs.v������Pa^  vis1 ��������� 'Foley's an<i Lon^s with 75 animals. . Sir.- Klsasser  ha^ hud a further arrival! of three trj������ns with goods last  week. Mr. Jones one train, and Mr. KcKenzie has had  a Jraia with hardwnr������, being the first instalment; of his  n'jw stock. Messrs. E������tgUs 11 and V������*nvolkenburgh have  had a small arrival of cattle, but the grass-is*not safll-.  ci?ntly forward ia this neighooruood to enable- them to  bring many iu ut a time. :'���������"���������'��������� X:..  Tbe followit)������ are the latest retail quotations:  Hour, 30 cents per pound;/ Bacon, 65 cents per pound;  1V>������,    75   4������ ll -���������     '^SiK'rtr, 50"        : *������ .     ,  Butter, $1 u Apples 50   "       ; u.   .  IPef, S5 to 40 cents ^ \\,   'Bjaus, 45   " u   :  l/!J������her Boots, $6 ^pair; Guru Boot*, $12^1 pair.,  NKWS OF ONE OF tHS^ONEKNMENT~EXPLOKiNG  PAUT1ES.  W������ have received the following letter from Kor������io Fly  Valley, announcing < the arrival there of Macdonald'V  explorittg party:  Hor.-ic Fly, June 3rd, 1865.  To thc Editor of tsc "Cahiboo SsxriiflEt. nf"  Fir,���������Mr. Miicdonald's cxplwiug party arrived al  Summer's Hou^e, 46 miles from/Blair's, "to-rlay, after  m.'ny detentions on the way up from the want of feed.  The p irty seem to be all good ex^iorcrrf; they will start  to-morrow morning up the Horse Fly, keeping south of  the range on their prospecting; oxpedition, and will not  pet back tosre for a month at least. I have ev^ry c������������n-  fi'lfince in their succeeding in tln^ir enterprise. Mac-  don'ild i?one of the discoverers of -Leech Kiver,  There is ������,j)������Tty of o4<l Cariboo minors here at pro.  sent, with seven animals packed with provisions; they  ary on their w������y to the Great Bend of the Columbia.  I tlilnk they will strike something as they intend to  prospect Well. Among them I only know Chapman,  Way, Houzer, and Nick Silver.  George' Weaver is prospecting in tliis neighborhood  single handed, he was hcre������ days siacc for provisions.  ���������Mr, Summers tells me there were two men, Ned  Head being one of them, who went ont pMspuctlng  and trapping from here with 4 or ������ months provisions  with thciiu Nothing has been hoard of them sine*;;  Mr. Summers is Convinced thoy had a light with the  Indians and w<;rc overpowered by .thenv} it is 8 months  since they started from this place.      urours,  PKGSPECTOK.  (1 istance iVom the Forest Rose, have 12 men  working. A new^shalt������������������-. has been sunk this  season U 0 feet deep, A new \Theel bus just  been completed to pump a blind shaft;-the  wheel in the old shaft keeping the drift clear  of,-Water. The company commenced inking  today and if 1 ucky will get d������own in 8 or; 10  days when we sincerely hope the persevering  labors bf this courageous setof b old p rospec-  itors w!l i be re warde d: for thiree ye tire toil i n  this claim. Ah upperstreak, 50'feet #(^ in  this ���������claiin. w������u^ Pay-'S6 per day to t2*e huiidi  Mr. RichafS Edwards is^^^ foreman. ; / /, '  / The Grarifbaldi^ccn^p^y; ���������^ near the Coutt hotise  fticiiiield,; was also pinitted' in our lisfc last  week. They are sinking a shaft with fair prospects of success.:       ,  The Prairie Flo^werJ-^We^^ were in err or. in. ,  stating last^eekthiit only 12 men were erii> you *H lt^ita0^^>rii'1,'lllb<::1 oaoachp^^  TelkgrAViiic PitOGRKSs.���������The workmen b ev  lonpin^to the Telegraph Company htid rencb-  ed Oiini^u at the httest/latesi ithd were^push*  ing^forward .tlie construction of the line with  great'deapatch;.- ���������'; .. ������������������/. -������������������  CuiK^^K l������wi������KXT[ON'.--iV^;iSt Chin esc ..lm-  in i^ ra tton. Is poii rin^ iu toff this colony front  A/Hneouyer- Jslatid' weekly.| - Will' hothing hd;  done %p. compel onr new cq'tonists.to paythi^r  mir shure of taxation "X  ^ AH who desire GO0ira>FFRE and Fine ftutrs.  can Have.hoth*l,)y always asking for FELL &O0'^.(^fc,,r  | a n lm had tTi>ro all respectahle Store ke^crs.   Be Burs  -\  :THE/CARIBOO SENTIKEL"  Cards, "Bill Heads, CireulaTs^ Posters and  ^Sggg^^mmes'fqr.JBalis:aaid T%eatrsoal/  : ������������������.: ^; *3Sn^rtaimrients,: ���������'..    f X ���������f-i-\fi  Executed with ^eatnoss und Dispatch ������t tins;<di3B������������.  - (*^!Tor4rjs^'^j[oderate. -^fift .  .' 4SC i rjh<H) Sentinel1' 0(uc<\ -^ ������������������ ������������������       *���������- -i  Barkerville,:; Williain^Creek;;/    -��������� 'if:, If- \.  S",  WILLIAMS CREEK.  An article on the "Uncon-  ,^... ;;7������titutional and dangerous precedent set by the  /��������� i.  Government in allowing Mr.Moberly to retain  ;;gn liis seat in the Council whilat he holds an offi-  spcial appointment," as well as other articles  >'^| prepared for this day's issue has been crowd-  ;/;:;||edoutv- ~"   '  ���������;.^f|   APPEALED.���������The Dead Broke company have  jgappealed against Mr. Cos's decision calling  . -^upon them to pay rent to thc Bod Rock Drain.  Since o>ir last issue very little change has  taken place in tfee condition of the several  claims, with the exception that all are now  fully at work, and before long it is expected  that more than one company will be reward-  iff X ifff: -.;��������� ������������������  lIfitltKJKG'Cnty.&'������������������,' /"./;���������,���������ffff:  '  There is nothing new to report froih;vthis  ;creek.   All the contpa*ues tuuiitifiiied itirdui*  lusiare-carrying on/tuei^wor^  with every hope of success  TELEGR APHIG EXPLORING EXPEDt;;;  - yiQX.    ���������������������������, //���������.���������;'.-,  Mr. McKay, of Ae/Hn^soR^/B ay CbnipahJy  station at Kami oops, arrived on Saturday even  ing on Williams Creek, after a lengthened  journey across the country on ah expedition  i*kfmd out a practicable .'route for a line of  tele^riph to the Red River Settlements on the  east side orVthe Rocky^ M0tint4w������. ������*$ ^  kindly given us the: particulars' of hfe trip froni  which -we ���������summarise ihe foUowihg bntif, liurf:  ration.":> On the; 6th of ^Pr^ our ^1?������"?^nt  left Kamloops and ascended;the north ^Thomp-  scn ri ve** for a d istance of 7 ftor 80; m\ les" rf hes  country Is. op en������ covered ���������tvi th; bunch grass.  and in many places we 11 suited' for agmcul-  tUrre if img&tion were.; exteiisiyeiy eisap le ye $1.  After ie^ving the^ Tfeosfstpsonlie toll owe A up  a tributtirir of Ganpc'icreek iiJbout M.iniles, until the stuirce of. the main creek was struck.  The valley at the head of Canoe creek is four  iniles wide, and lies between ths Rocky ^noun-  tains and the -first rang<v ������>f mouhtains west.  In some places thc valley :is open but generally it is heavily timb w^d~-the chief kiftds of  timber ������being Douglas, tir and; Scotch f ine-^-  Pinus Silvestris.   After leaving Canoe creek  a level5 plateau of two  ami"ajhaif miles is  crossed, when   Cras-^ery   lake is/reached.  A   river , called : affeer this, lake 'ifalls  into  the Fr&ser   about  threr "miles below  Tete  Jetine  (kche. Pf The lakc^/iteeir is  sixteen  mi les from the 1 atter point and  the country lying between is lewl, partially open and  is a continuation of the 0*noe creek vatiey.  From Tete jeune Cache to Williams creek llr,  McKay took a.westerly dircctiea -a&d found  two passes through t%fo distinct ranges of  mountains, both of which are practicable and  Hvhen our informant passed through them  three weeks ago were free from snow.   Only  one family oi indiaiis were met after Mr.'Me  Kay ieft'the Thompson river, and they were  at Tetejeiine Cache,   Vast quantities of game  including cariboo, bear, [moluitaiu sheep etc*,  were mot with along the rente,   The weather  experienced was very bad and the difficulties |  of the ijo������#*tey enhanced much thereby.   Mr.  McKay is -������f the opinion that he has tound a  practtcafole route for the telegraph to traverse  From the large quantities of slate rock traversed by powerful veins of quartz which Mr;  Mc Kay saw between Tete jaune Cache and  Williams creek he believes the country to be  highly auriferous.  f'x Steamer-   Enterprise;^  v t,t   ms-xveti S?OBA CREEK tor QTO3NEL'���������> f ^    v  MONDAY ANI> THURSDAY-SORNH^S,  / AT DAYLIQOHT,       "���������   r  w-:"K:     Leaves QUESNEL for SODA CREEK, !'f<Xf-  WEDNESDAYS &/SiAmRDJlYS"'atI;:4>;"&'"k-  Important to Miners! ;  ������^        Thc^dersiifned i^^ri'pUTfid to  CLfeiN BLACK -SAND, BtO\\lNGS AND  ;''���������������������������;������������������',  '   if TANNINGS,^' -;;.^  On, Commiissiori, or will: purchase . k^y������(jaflhtity oa thi  .. Most LiBb'ttAL Terms, at the   . ���������_',  ci  Beading R-oom, Gameroriton,  Subscriber is nuiv-iyeil.'known on TOltanis.Crwk, ani  1'roin the c: >nfidenco ; reposed ;:ia him' '4a������t. Fall in th������  ��������� above.business,-he��������� bopeg, to1 receive the.:.!patrunage <*f  ;the Mihingcomniunsii^ the ensuing 3ea9c������.;: ;'  :''-'; 'f..  fe        % JOHN BOWRONv  GREAT    ������T1"RACTION  ' " Every Evening ^t the '���������������������������'-'  ; ''i;oiili  BARKERVILLE/^  liliTHELOVERS (&&������$ ARE INVITED to CALL  1- ss&tl.������njoy iheinselves,--.whujii-ii hearty welcoai������ win  be^tomled. ���������' ' *��������� - -    ' ' ���������". -     "; '.'--.-  MUSIC AND DANCING.    :  Billiards, Excellent Refreshments an i tli a  befit of order observed^ v. [ia  't    '*���������������������������*- ��������� '������������������������������������������������������"���������';.  MAimN & go.  J/ H/ SCOTT,  Has. on hand a FbXL and COMPLliTE ASSOET-  ;; _ '���������tXPifP:'. "-���������.;-' "ment ot ��������� -f/: sa.  G-eneral :o^eT^'^n^iB^.  ���������    .. '..y\ ' .i.   ������������������.*:   "J.   : .."���������  '-. ���������'    "-������������������ ',.'������������������ ! '.-���������      ; 7  fft .-''���������..;; whichhe is. prepared to sell /; ���������  As.CJHlEAP as any House oh Williams Creek,  Canicrpntpn, June 2nd, 1865..   ��������� ./s  SELLING OFF AT  mi.  CARSWELTi  LOST  POR SIX DAYS  IN   THK  WOODS ATSOOKK,  Mr. James Carsweli, of the -firm of Tlibhen  & Caffswell, Yates street, Victoria, went on a  pleasure excursion to Sooke, on the Queeh's  birthday. Aftier landing at ihe harbor he attempted to take a near cut tbroug1 the wood  to Muir's farm house. Unfortunately he got  lost,und remained wandering about for six-  days without food, when at last he happened  to get on the Leech river trail, where some  hunters soon found :him. He was much reduced in appearance, but otherwise has receiv-  The Subscribers have made a VAST REDUCTION in the! price of -.every article in their store i?4  ;  oMer -to close out business.1  PROVISIONS^ CLOTHING, o^c.  S. MAY &BKO���������  .' -ft- C'imt 'ronton, Williams Creole.  B ARNARD'S    express  ,~F0R~  LILLOOET AND YALE,  CO������NECTIN<i Wltfl  DIETZ & NELSONS FOR VICTORIA,  Will arrive al Richfield on Wednrshats and Saturdays  end-close on Mondays and Thosbbays at NOOK, couT  vt'Vitnr Treasure, Letters and VaJu.4.ble!s for ALL TART^  OF THE WORLD,  F. ,T. BARNARD.  ���������:T0���������  Neighboring Creeks and G-uiches.  JOSEPH C. SPOONER will run an Express  Rsoi/iAULY, Jn connection with Barnard's Expre^*,  trom Williams Creok to Cunningham, Antler, Groua-,  Keitlil'jy, and Stevrtus' Creeks, and B-^gs GulcU  Letters, &c, to he left at Express Oiiice, Richfield,  or John Buie'g, Siirkervillft.  Auctioneer, Mining Agent, and Collector,  :  RICHFIEL1>.  '&&- Alt Agency Business attt^nded to.  tho average yield being rather more than 25 bw recovery.   'Ibc i^papew hadt fl������ un-  aiB. per diy.   16 men working including the I fortunate man nmrdcred, his body cone^lofl,  foremtm, Mr.-Robert Hutchinson. i ������Qd ,al1 forfsom'J<mF on ,b,R' n*TV   V"g������  T.hcP. airie Flower company.hill olaim short ambers of people turned out anU kept up-a  Ee@r & Portexv Brewery!  B^KERVILLE,     '  OHANCELLIER & CUN1S, Proprietors,  THE BEKR ia prt-nouncod by the best judges to h?  of the Finest Quality ; ith K������ld ������t tho follow Ins;  ;tates: Whi������l������.^Ml^T I'Tgitllmi, $^; Retail, ivr sall'-n, $i;  "hajf gallon, $2; quur', ^'1.  '���������<;>���������  ���������Jt.  ������������������!?���������  ���������'. "'���������  ��������� -.<���������'-  ������������������:��������� ���������.'.' ������*^'.'-***"<^-*ii������**^T������.,^  i������r  -.���������^PKSBEBCfiESVSBS'  Mi^MlBM^S^B������  MS?  EASTERN ;NE"WSi  liaK&Bl^iLliB; MONDA^^^**  THE GOLD TAX.  ��������� proo  V^red: i'ri ��������� the:^e1u\re of Iter  ���������v&i would be -.likely to -lend  ;yon  mlnerjiV ntuT  E 12, I860. ���������) theJoUo^in^^clegr^btenfews: - f X -:  zte^������r~r- ��������� /.G-euVSj^ t������;^i������;  ���������-: maud - th e Depnrt meut"of; Texas, ;\vhcre the  Confederate^ ''-'���������X-ip'p'ffX-'^.  ���������!; A girantii'fev'iew of tlie^XrrBy w������s ;heltl;in  ^afemrigt on] 6%. tlie ?gr<l [ iift/ ; ���������; The l-rpops, o<������  eupied six houfein: revi^;^fro^i;_f^a^nj^to^  p.:'iu;-1 Therfrrfey^yvv^^  your aidllh eu-  ,1; ilea voin rig to get redressq f 0 r a ny - w ro ng they  iin^'hiboriim ;in tUe first issue  ��������� ' :of yourlp'^  Buiy on. Gqld^as a grjicvanc^^^  "b o as thoroughly j acquaint? d with rthe wo rk-  ing' bf the 1 a m.vr as V p.ersoii; rri ore intimateIV  ac'Jupn t3d:'wiilvtheinihes,'sowiflj your,pe^'  |nissidn I will make ;a lew remarks on tlie  ���������. , subject;   ' '   a-.  \- -.    -  .       .     -;��������� ,.-   ,,-���������,  :"       The:Gpyeminent requiring more royenue  no ddubfc considered:i^onIdrohly be just to  levy a*greater tax on; those, Avho were suj������pos-  ,   -ed to he making^the; most\ money iu the. country, aud knowing that in the aggregate; tiere  was a large amount of gold taken out* they  rf thought ithiv^ plixeing;- an export duty^pn it  wo\ild^beyK^rT^et^.tmo^ the  supplies^?!If 'the tax- fell4 equally on all tlie  j f>rninersillotExclusivelyj on those who> made  irtduey, it might, notbe so> objectionable; but  h    it "all falls on a particular class* who as a whole  :      are^^as^able' to ]bearit^-I niean the shave-  tf. rhplders: of t������e claiiris. \.A& soon as it was  ?k������bwn ihatrf t^je4 Act levying 'an export duty  .   W ������onI had; passed'rhe priceof "gold irf Cariboo wenfedoyvn,t-fiftycents.per 07*-   The 'Wil-  ;   ^iams^reek ������^Hsf wi^cn -D^for.e yhad passed  readilyiiripaying.the^nenX.or at the feariks. at  *   ,.Cl(>i>������r.oz. wpuld^qnly'4ofor $lo,50 per pvX  \. differ that date, af^^gold from!ptUef ;creeks in  ibe same proportion.' You\yill then see that  r)0,ro.ther,part;pf ?^ho xommunity are affected  ''  t"hy'Atf: It Js true a portion of the sliuretip 1 ders  NOTICE   TO  MERCHANT?.  whiclUhas. over taken place pnv thircontineat,;  aml^s^u^^  rtf    flirt'  oVtii'll^a    .'-���������*��������������������������� .,'.!_���������.. ;���������...;;..���������        -.-,    ._,,< ���������,-.*������-  of theaViiiie  Fort tale, Bri tisli Colinno ia ��������� ���������' fr",% to���������" inwrm Shipppm  and the puMic', in ' & ue rn 1 ��������� that he ; is, nojw prepit rrU to  Vonvartl Goods'.to :the Mines m the most. r������ia?enable  terms,; s ml withcut d<-lnyf. 'A 11 goods c< msigned to the  ahoyc Will;tie promptly attended- to arid stercd; in a  fireproof^warehouse^ - "v '    ��������� \        $ml  HICK'S .HOTEr.^YTTox ?QUARi2,-New Wbstminsteh,  . Kt C. fVhiuvftXiv'xgi Prciprh't^r. ��������� - Tim abptc fav-  .orahly'kiipwh'house, is1;iiow Open to: the puhlic; the Bar  is eonsjahlly ijupplietl with; .the.Jdhuicest hriuds . of  Liquora'a'rid'Sogars.V..���������'",;.:���������'fff'':> f; X. '!*"' ,;.,r ..���������;' -���������������. \��������� n  ' ; ��������� ��������������������������� ,������������������������������������ -  |   THE BANK OF    ; -  :-fX,.fX  Established in  18SG.;; IypoRyop.A.TKD by Soyai*  "': jCuartkr.-:-^' .;'"'��������� L"v-It.f:;'"���������:  Paid tip.��������� Capitals.;# >i';.' v  Undiviaed Net Prorlts,  $5;do&0(}a  ; >^PQ������ooo  v.. ;*Tp  >fp.'.'  11 ���������  w*  .......^ua\������e money, and>tliat a very-few make lar^y  ��������� BSnis; bnfit^s!j^  = ,.gMil^akeriv oiitof ,Qariboof more tUar(���������fliree^  ' fourths!jofs ifdq.es ;tfot;pay tlie cost',of" produc-  f , ..^iion;;and-of ;alLthe claims that fake- out gold  ';, -,f ''-jQig :ifc mpre or less). tli ere isjio t mo re, tl ������an pn e  <siii of' tfen that pays the Expense of ^vorkirig^  For proof of th is. you have: onl y to turn to  t youT; rep oi't ;of the -working claimsv in the first  bun^ fiiid ample .illustra;  iion'; "for instanbe, among the rest you nlen-  tion the /Grizzly jCo.^ as having taken putdur-  i in g^%ep;ast^ winter $18,0 00, wh He th e expens-  ^5ri iucurred aiiiPuilted to $23,()00| and'many,;  ';.���������::���������" <%lie^lMt^tVe taking out gold have more men  :  femi^ioyed than\ the gold, will payy and- even  ; those cb^np^njes takjng put the larger sums;  ; iifjyouihad m P^>pprtuiiS|y of .exannniu^ their;  ^ ^bdoks you twcmidl %e Iasltpnishbd: Jtp^nd hipw;  sitiall; a portip1! ofs the; gold goes into the  pockets of ������tne snared  vj dpa of the expense" bjjivorlfing the claims--^  a conipauy~of eighlr oft ithis creek last year  took nearly one hundreds and fifty thousand;  , ill oilers, .worth of. gold, yet owing, to ;the enpr*;  inous expense of workmg^rwere only able to  ���������- cleciare. dividends ainb^tin  huudred- dollars to eacK fulb share: i t "is plain  ^ ^baivbad; they tiienbcpuObliged to pass tlieir,  -������������������ ^Gld^t$l^o1)^er^b^^ir^^o^^^  ���������have been very small "indeed.   6tlfer claims,  pn'^hicfi^iVc^ ^ itolri  '; ^vrs' Have ;oeeS;-spehi.';ih.\ prospecting; that  as yet h a ve ;only ta;keh / out a , few on n ces of  gold,; and may I never pay one-tenth^ part of  ������������������the^expense of working, on whnt they do take  0 a V the shareholders still have tp lose the fifty  scents: per-oz.^ ���������-. r*irr r- -: -:-- c������ ��������� >"-*'  ;'    Jf tho Government require more revenue,  and wish to take it out of the miners, a lens  objectionable "way would>be to double the  cliarge for Mining Licenses, and corapefevery  Chinaman in the colony to:buy one, they as  r --a whole are all miners, even those engaged in  T trade liaveothers mining for them and should  V in jtisticb bear their proportion of the taxes.  Hoping that you will do your best to have  , ilic obuoxious., tax removed, I subscribe my-  t! eelfi.v;' pfffh r'i;i^.Wou^^bil?t servantv"'VvJ  -        Williams Greek, B.'&,-Oft June, 1365.  The Road Sidb Hpusi3S.^There are now ar  ' great number of hotels established along the  wtiggon road from Vale tpiBoda Creek, many  ; of which are exceediugly well kept, but we  rejjret to say not a few of them are far fioni  beiiig credftable; to the enterprise of their  owners.   Weshivli^ive a full list of tiiose we  : visited as soon as oiir space will permit, distinguishing those we found up to the requirements of the times. We must not omit how-  e ytif to j ns fc p ay a passing; trib ute of jjra ise to  the:following for their good cooking, excel-  1 ent beds, and swnptuous fare, viz: Mr.3b Mrs.  'Kayes'f Sergeant McMmtphyJs; Mr. & Mrs.  Waitei,s?; Blair Bros'.; alsoAr. & Mrs. Hara-  iltpiifs,. at Beaver Pass ; and Mr. McCaifery'e,  at Van Winkle.     ff"      .-f-  DESTRUcrrro^ ov Ji>Auo Citv.  been burned to ihe ground, thc  coraptited at 8600,000.   About $50,000 worth  f uoods wore saved.  surrendered witli their vessels" and were p;ir-  oled^ .A ��������� large niunber of bitizens^of Dallas  county'assembled at gelma and piissedre^o-  Tutiojiis ret] tiesBng" the--G 6vernor of' Alabaina  to call tlio LegisMire togerlier fwi& n yiew  tb^restoring flfe StaM to'its former position in  the Unfeh-   Judg^  madeja^fi^'t ad<lrje#?;f iii which hfe: btnihsellod  them to^"cpncliiatioTV' find modification; ^Tfe  said it depended pn>ictory whether  tion and"harmony^wili bepermaiieht Tlie  'Hei^d,s, Alacon;correspobderit say^  pie- of <sreorfrhx are; rapidly settling:theinsplveX  to the-eonditions of peace> forage and provisions being freely brought Into places occupied by U..S. troops. The ^Tribune V special  from Washington says there wns 21 "iniM of  soldwrsj 60 alifeastv on^ review^ at'Washing^  fdhi- It is rumored thai tlie Prcsideutrs' pn)-  clamation will not permit loyal negroes to  v0te. RebeIs are becoming quito arrpga 111  against Gov. Pieryoiit^ and tro'ubleis expect^  ed from them. -f; - \        '   ���������������������������������--.  ^Tliertelegriipb line was^dowii oast of,Shit  h ake, - and n e ws "sVas; on I v -receiy ed up to the  ^Qtfruitu. :^;-r 'Xx.t-y:XP,^ ffXf \ '��������� ���������'���������������������������,  Xt:'f l:XfIff-^;. ,-:'IiJJROPEA^..  HENRY , HOLBROOK, Wlxarfin^er, Fot^  warding and. Commission ilerchiVnt, dealer in Pi'O-  visiohs,; Feo< 1,' * &e..., Bond ed; storage I'or 1000 tons of  Goods in Stone Fireproof Warehr^e; ^ GooiUi Forwarded up count���������t'yf.vlud eyeiy ^ccommoda Hon given to Vessels loaclirig' or discharging: at, the Xiverpdbl or upper  wharf.  ' Kew, Westminster, Brit\������h1 Columbia. .    .; s  ;:������������������.;���������:.���������' i--; ^^���������>';;-'-':NOTiCE.,:v-  ::':,.';." ���������������������������',  toe  Every artieie marked in plain; ligurl's.:  Terms^CASH,  N. B.���������Orders from the upper, country receive prompt  attentions       ^v     . If-.    ARTHUR: B ULLOCK,  s j :. OpiK>?ite Colonial Rcstaurant,;New-Westininster  4^EORG-E  XANGVOIGT,   General. Dealer  in  XfX GROCERIES^ PROVISIONS, &c., Fort Hope, B. C.  Ij\ :'���������/- MARKS, Watchnial������erl& Je-weler^ :  .fm[ jYates,.street,.���������,-rVioi$������rJliii.;-- V.vl,,, keeps-con-v^  stsvntly on: Iia nd: a snperiorV's tcck' of Gold and  Silver.WA^CHES^GuidvCliains, B^ckle^, :Plated^Ware,  Clocks,:;&c';     .Particular attehtioii paid to repairing  ^VVatclies a nd JkwbhyXj; * AU. work' wa rra iitetl.  ^Crpm the .country: promptiy,;aittend.ed' to. -ftp  Ordfers  'sf-ti  Pell j?& - ;G^s: ^krm Goffee,  QPORBORa;&RnEFF^;06mmissibii^er-  KJ ..CHANTS,;Wholesale Doalersin Groceries and Pro-  yisio^, .^Vlnirf .street, yictprhivl."''" fXt -f .f. iff'l\f-8i������i'i  W  ���������' .-Xjjjw Yobk May 21 .���������The f steamer \Hana  from Southampton Slay lOthVhasarrived. In  tlie" lTous(yof Coinmoii^ bh'tlie- Sth the debate  on tjie Borpuglr Franchise BilbHvas resum ed.  Gregory thought if it was pressed it would  lead directly ~$b universitl surlrage; i)7Israeli  wurnecl tlieVHouse:ngamstvsanctionm any-  Sjirjfg^elembiin^^ and called o poi t  tb era' tp reject tlie Bill b y a large ma j o r i ty.  Tlie1 Houserdmde#on;the- previous xqiiestioiV  pr ayes'214, noes rtefc ; Tlie-Princc^ Pf'Wliles  opened riiepublinInternationa  Jlay 9tli: Teh thousand persons Aypre present.  Tlfe jTinies' says- it- hopes- President Johnson  wUlfreai the enemy once:at^liis ntercy with  great l^hieiicy, arte says how that Lee has surrender e% Mob lie fal leh and John son confessed  himself Jeyiausted.ihe Nortli, can affiard to be  magnanimous. We don?t believe they will siilly  tlieir yictbry with deeds of cruelty. -X-- = if;  ;���������'. Sis^y Youk^ iJIsi���������^The fpllbwihg is addit:^  oWalper Hanar The <Times? says Booth's end  !#as to Osgood for'suph a misbrejiut. f The most  honest must fieelUn) bbminbh^^ith-Ainericans  ih'aVjustice bits' been cheated of 4; victim^ - The  T OWE BKGTHSBS, Commission Merchants  J j uiid- importers "of :; Pro vision g,: Groceries/ French  Wines,;rLifjhfe^.:Hrtyrtiwi-:;Cigar������ji Naval Stores, \ Rope,  CnjivaK^ 0;^r^; ^CM'"W"}Wirf ;sVeetj;yict.orijC--;:;''.vr ; ts  fl7EI,^OWS,;ROSQQE^'CO,,-,ImportersiOf  JL? : GENKRAL' HAR������WARK AND IrON^-i MoprC'S  Bllil*iiug,  ;Yates -sirevt:, Vicibrlci, ;Y; l.~: ff ��������� -:-. '������������������ff.f 1' :������������������ ��������� ���������- -c, f <;��������� Suir,:  HIBBEN '& CARSWEIj1������V importiii^ Bobk-  J?ELLERS ;& STATIONERS, constanUy:suppUed and  r< ceivi ng from b est sou revs, )Sc ho'ol, St a n d ar*i,. and Mis-  cella neotis Books, a n d Stap lov a nd Fti ncy St at] u'nery in  all its Branches. Corner yates .and;Langlcy ;streeU,  Victoria, Vancouver Island/. . -f -: -���������.'.-.   ���������;/,���������,;       vs. >  :'��������� ALBION-aRGN 'STORKS,; "Victoria, V.;I.<  ���������xX::Mfliiu]*acture.:Sfcant;-Engines and Bpihrs, of all  ,sizys,;Oxxax(z Mills, Mihing Pumps, Flouring MilW, Gung,  Sa sh, . Mutrt y.': and C i rcnla r Saw. Mi lis,; Iron and. Bij is^  Castings, and everything connected with the business.  :,;-;,-sV- ������������������.,::,, ..,/_' _!:.^,SPRA^ri.&..KRIii)MX.ER._^  QCOTCH HOUSED '������������������ A. : McLeail aii^. Co;,  O HcsiKRg a>d Gexekal Outfitters. , JIiners; and  others .will find a t the. Scot cl 1 .Hotiso a splen d i d.. s tuck 0 i  Clothing, Boot 3 a nd Shoes, a nd JDry Goo d s of every: des -..���������  cription, all,of the best quality, and at very moderate  prices.   Fort 'street^ yictorisv, V. ,I..r~; . :���������l s  ���������f Head Pfficb : 7, ST. HELEX8 PLACE li������ND0N;,  XfpX, ^fylfif ',E^BLISHMENTS: Xf \f 'hJ ''.;"'���������'.['  Pax FRAXCiisco^F., H.' Grain &S. S. Puthorian������1 Agoiiu  Saw; YORK~>y.y^Iter,Watson & .Tames SmIthj'Agenir  ^MontrtMil;. ^Quebec; - '^X Toronto; '" HamiltohV *  Kingston;      London, C.W; Braiitford;   ij;difar N'R.'  f"f--r St:Jbhnf������, ^ B.;   Victoria, v.: I., >*'    ��������� '  -'"������������������;���������;������������������*��������� :"-���������-' ;:^;'l'::":'bAGENTS:-: A- '..���������,:'���������. .  ScoTLANp.���������NT a t lonal Ba nk of ^cot land;. . II  I ret an p^-Provlnci.il B:i .ufejof Irelam I; M  . Fn akce���������31 ft rcuafd, And re & CioJ P������: rig j   > 8  Au'sTRAiIA-|-Uhjcn Bank of Austrwlia;       . ��������� ��������� ���������-B  InotaV Ghixa & JAPAjfi���������Chartercd' Mercanlile? Bttn^fcfl  ,v,fi -ImUa, Londcn^iidphina.i- ,.  {%, .���������;:,,,;..,. .^^p  DRAFTS ISSUED on,London, :NcwTork, 3(mFTan- ?  Cisco,.Qtnada, New Brunswick, Nova Sct)tia;,!ihd oh*l|v;  the t Br ii nclies "pf the' Nat io nal Bank of ScotUn d an i  Prbvinchil Banfeoi^ehmdl ,!'���������':���������'"' '���������������������������������:��������� ������������������\;t-t--:-ifr ft  pB^S''of.yEi������ci^an^ G^l^Purchasedvu g^  Mntercst'oh Spi7ciV������l Deposits of Monr'y alio wed at' % -'-  ra Us of a quarter of one per conts per month. ��������� ; '��������� *, " ".'  ���������������OJQS^ThovBank rcceiyx^aGoid.vpu^au^BarsfCr^/o:^|  keeping, without, charge ^undertakes ���������:��������� tlie purchase >������d "^  sale of"Stock!*ilh1^iGqllection.ot-Bills'and "othfT money S  buisiucfes iU'thciUhitcd;Statesfaiid-BVitish^Provincee.v   m  :: VGold:; DrST'ifelted' fn nd ^Assityed^ and ��������� roturna1 mad������ )f  ^Within['24;hours iuGpiniprBarii,'���������-.��������� .,?.���������������������������...:;:' irHilia f--]t "Il  :>-Ores*cf.every ^escription carefully. Assayed.,    v 'f m  t2^.r:rB;'^AiiyJnstrubtibiis as to".the disposal of the pro- fi  cccds'df; Gold^ Bust.'" forwarded.', to tho; office: in Vic toria m  ;lbrAssay wilf be carefully Attended to; -iV.-'ft'-.   . ��������� M  ^ti>)^u.d'u:^tMt^i^ i  . ���������; Victoria, V. ;ItjJIay, 1805.;.: / ��������� ��������� ,.". ] '{if-. ��������� ;5 ���������....:, ���������--��������� :X&. '. f ��������� %  QT; GEGRQ-E HCTEBW Vie^r Street Vic^ I  k/-TORiAn;. .ThjS:Hotel, tp;which is/attachod ..a��������� Restau< ;$,.  rant fund. Bar lioomj is .one,of.:the .nipst; comfor'tahht -J  ���������estahlishmimis ���������of .'tlie kin(i.oh ttieVPaciflc Coasts '"W't'U ||  furnished' rtKjms mr single' persons ���������a'htJ families^ 'Tho ^  fuiostimporU'ntiohdonjv;French,i and;California;news* %$  papers ^received for thouse of .^boarders, ft'. ���������'-. "���������'.���������.; I^s;   ).**  CL^RKSON -ifa'COX  \ Music ;and^ Music;  ; &c-i Columbia: Street  t Dealers is BoOks. Stationekr^  icalvlhstrumonts, rNE^VrS ������AGftX'VS,  et, Xew "Westiniustor.. ��������� y,. ;. , ^. ,.  J'A'f 3dcCBEA, * Auctioneer,vWharf aStree:  ��������� '*-.'Vic toria, Vancouver I*l;iud: :������������������' f- t-ff^-fi tii-fe  1 \ AlS(IEIi'( SCOTT \M CO., vA^tiprieers^md  i*aysO^, of: H.'B. Go -Jind Lloyd?S;Agent.  !P- X>A.VIES;&^CO.V Auctioneers & Com-  missi6;n JIkrciiants, Fire: Pn >of Stone. Bui 1 <i inic,  Wharf: stroot' ��������� Victoria, V., L   ;. Libera 1: Advi������ nces'mad0  on Consignments..   '������������������:>-{���������'*.,,.-������������������      Hi.,  f..- ���������;���������-.....-,.. ���������������������������i.i  J.  J.  Oi  Empress of Praiice presided at the State Couh-  ���������cil on -the 6tKJ aiid aftorwardst received:; the  American ambassador and addressed a private  letter^of syinpatby to ^Irs; Lincoln 'i The 'Ehi-  ]>eror 1)as issued; ii proclftmatibn to the inhab-  itaiiisviUgeria, urging tlieih to" get attached to  tlie Soil^freating Arabs asfellbiy; countrymen.^  He sitid-^we must- be masters^becausci we are  more civilized, vie term we are slrong  est.' The. Kmperor was received everywhere  entluisiastically. He isSiied'aprociamation to  the Arabs calling upon them to ���������recognize the  Prbvinbe,as two millions of Arabs cannot resist forty in j ! Ii on s of French'. Li til a says Italy  will .recognize the Pope as the head of Catholicism, and will always treat vith him upon religious matters aiid nek howl edge his temp oral  sovereignty. The Municipality of Palmero has  determined that one of the streets of thafc city  should be called after President Lincoln. The  The *Phatie DuSeeir', of Nantes, which appeared iii mourning on publishing the news  of Lincoln's murder, nov������: suggests that penny  subscriptions ..jiould be collected for the purpose "of presentiiVg Mrs. Lincoln with a gold  medal having the following inscription;���������  vLiberty, Equinanimity and Fraternity to  ���������Lincoln. t>vice elected President of the United  States.. ;The French Democracy are grateful  to Lincoln, for the honest man abolished slavery, established the .Union and saved the lle-  publie without violating, the statutes of Liberty. He waa assassinated on the 15th of  April, 18(55."   . ���������. ,    '���������''���������',  A Co nfc^drate cruiser is reported off Manilla  by the European prej?s.  BED^OGK~FLUME^  The Gold Commissioner has issued a notice  cal 11 ng the atteiition of miners to the folio vv-  ing clause of /the Gold Ordnance :  Section 69;���������"Any PFree Miner or Miners  lawfully working'any claims where a Bed-rock  Flume may be constructed, shall be entitled  Idao City bagj i.0 tail their sluices; hydraulics and ground  loss being [aluiceg into such Hume, but so as not to obstruct the free working of ,-such flume., by  rocks, stones, boulders or otherwise.'3  F;VV/OU vWANT  BUx^STER..  GOOD . ALK w ENQUIRE    FOR;  iMOOKHEAD and CO., COMMISSION. MKR-  e.7 ������'-��������� CHANTS ahd ImpprUr?$ of Groceries.^ PROr.  vision^ 1'kopuce, &c.;, ?Wi 1 arf street, Victoria* Yfl.f'. s  rpHOMAS AliXiSOP, Land Agenii and Gen-  jt krat..Commrt?sio>' Agent, Governmcnt street,  Victo-  ria^ytincbuver Isiand.:.;���������'.;'   \:::   '������������������"'*"    ! ���������'������������������'���������'-*���������: s.  TOHN AVILKIE and CO., Merchants, Whari  O  Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island.      / : s.  ���������    ���������' ,   '   '" H- ��������� ; ��������� ,   -     -"���������������������������   ,R. POWELL,  has Removed *his   Office  and Residence from Fort street to tho. promises  lately occupied by the Mayor on Broad street, Victoria,,  V. I.   OlUce hours 9 a. m. to 12, and 8 p. m, toio.    s  J  J. SOUTHG-ATE and CO.,  Union- Wjjark,  Victoria, V I , and Battery street. San Francisco.  BEQ-G^ & CQ.j Commission Agents, Vic- %  turia, V. I, Cariboo Merchants, Jlining Compsin- ;';:  ios, a rid inii ividuais requi ring a u ppl t us ol ; 'rovisions and f  other Goods from Victoria, are hereby inicrmod th.11 wa 1  . will purchase- supplies.at Auction antf^ilfr'i^lFTiftritea"*^  best of terms" at i'O per cent. tJummission'i" in eluding $  charges;of shipment at Victoria, vhere .remittances i'i& ������  , reu.u i red to be I cr \va rd ed to our a del rcss. ."Freight con ���������  ���������tracted through:to Cariboo at; the lowest rates for cu.s- f.  tonier^"'- Cart bop *refereuces���������James Cuminings, 'Ayr- ; ���������  Shire Lass* and ^Prince of Whales' claims,.-and.Charles t  McHardyj 'Salt.������pring Island Co.' Grouse Creeks?.;.'1  L'HOTELIER; Importer arid Dealer iuGllO- X  iCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES & LIQUORS, No. %  7 Wharf street, between Johnston and rates, Victoria, li  Vancouver ^Island, ..',.'. "   >'���������     'fff.; t'"' 1  fPHOMAS SHOTBOLT, Bispensing Chemist ft  i X; and Drvooist, Johnson street, ^Vielorry V ��������������� !,��������� r?������ 'Il  spectfully solicits tho attentian of Miners and the pub- If  lie1 in general to his well assorted stock of pure:English i^|  Drugs,"Ghemicals? and Perfumery.;' also to his Mixtur? %  mj Rheumatism;.. .which- id ,������u invaluable Tomedy fcf fif  tliid distressing complaint. .,,���������     ,        =   .1-s      t-:-  warded to the Minincr Districts.  1-3  HOTEL DE FRANCE, Victoria, V, I., Jobs  Biune and Pierre Manciet, Propnidors.   The Vxt-  I  Victoria, 'February 24,1805.  rpHK UX������ER?IGNED,.having purchased tho goodwill  .. of the late firm of Guild, David & Co., will continue  t le Wholesale Provision* and Commission Busiucss, at  the s tore, corn er of Bast Ion and Wi 1 a rf s t r(jots, un 11 er  the firm of WKISSENBURGER & SCHLOESSER. Mr.  Jules David will act as. Manager of said business. The  business on Government street will bo carried on as  heretofore. WEISSENBURGER & SCHLOESSER.  EDGAR MARVIN, Corner Fort aud Langijsy  Street, dealer in IRON & HARDWARE.   Agent for  tlie sale of the Boston Rubber Btdts,, s  ti B10se and Pieiire Manciet, Propn'etors. ' ��������� 1  aurant is supplied with' all the delicacies 'the niarkH  a (fords.   In the Bar will bo found tho choicest Liqcoks.  Fu 1*11 id hod Rooms, &c.  U  GRELLEY & T1TBRWK,  Victoria, V. U  $u\ u Agen ts j for Na pol eon *������ Cab i net Champagne,  Pietresson de St. Aubm CUampagno dry, Bouche do dry,  LEWIS LEWIS, CLOTHIER,  toria, opposite Bank of British  YATES STREET, Vib-  Ndrth America,    s  aSTJTRO & CO., Importers and Dealers in  ���������   CIGARS?, TOBACCO; Mcersluium Pipes, &c, S K.  corner of vates and Wharf street, Victoria. s  F. HEISTERMATST,- LAND AGENT, S3 Gov,  ernmunt street, two doors south of Fort strcot,  Victoria, Vancouver Island. s.  ^fHOHAS GOLDEN, Wholesau: and Retail  i Dealer in WJSJES, BRANDIES, BEERS k LIQUORS  of every description, Corner of Fort and Wharf streets,  Victoria; Vancouver Island. lm  TOHN P. COUCH, Importer and General  tl COMMISSION MERCHAN1\ Commercial Row; Wharf  strcet, Victoria, Vancouvor Island. &  ri OLDSTONE and BROTHER, Agents for  IT the Pioneer Flour Mills,, Commission MERcaA^s,.  Importers aud Wh������.ilosa'lo Dealers in Groceries, kProvisions, . Dry Goods, Clothing,"Boots akd S-'hoes, ko.f  two-story Fireproof Building, Reld's Block, between  ������bo stores of ,L Wilkic h to. and Stewart. & Co., Wharf  street, Victoria, , ���������! s  Bran-iies, Whiskeys, and Liquors of every descnptiou  always on hand. Grbulky & Fitkrre,  . Tmport<?rs aud Who 1 esale Dealers,  1-s. Junction WharC  and .Johnson streets.  REMOVAL. J. L- Jungermann, Watch-  MAKER find JEWELER, has removed to the >iro-  proof Brick Building, within ono door of Wells, Farg������  k Co. 's Express Oflicc, Yates street, Victoria, V. 1������  s^  nicKSON, campbelx; & co., commis-  XJ sion Merchants, Wharf.street, Victoria, Vancouver Island.. H. N. Dickson & Co., London; Dickson  DbWolf & Co., San Francisco. . s  RENDEBSON &   BUBNABY,   Importers  and Commission Merchants, Wharf street, A icton<')  V. I., and No. 17, Gracechurch street, London.        *  MALLANDAINE, GENERAL COMMISSION AGE*?  ��������� and Collector, Moore1 s Building, Yates strcei.  ,  Victoria^ Vancouver Island*     ';,..,'    ���������   s .' , %  GUY HUSTON, Dealer in GUNS, PISTOLsT*^ \)���������  inO Tackle, Powder & Shot, vates street, Vicmr-  JULIUS LOEWI & CO.,  Importers and Wholesat|j  Dealers; Agents for Tilton & McFarltmd Firo w  Burglar .Proof Safes and Vaults, Victoria,, V. I. f,  KWdNG LEE &.CO-, Commission Mercua-N'ts,^  porters and-Dealers-m CHINESE GOODS, W ���������  Bugar, Tea, Provisions, &c, Cortnoraat street, het^ve ���������  Governmeatand Douglas streets, Victoria, v, I,  >������������������ iiiB.iiiwi^i^tTW^ # .  ���������:'.:':i      ���������  '���������'Yrl  cv  ���������������������������.4  .��������� m   .  s*BliStiiT;;:w  ���������v^  .. '*H.  Barkerville, l^iUiams Creek, Bi^^^^  iTIIE CARIBOO  m BARKERVILLE, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1805.  m   :^___���������- ������������������  ' '   ~  H     CARIBOO COUNTY COURT.  tplX- (Before W. M. Cox, Esq^   :,  %i.    The following cases were disposell of,in  i ..(Sithw Court oh Friday last :���������.  i^S^ Richard Cameron, vs. Samuel Ncill.���������This  ^pwas a suit for ������10 8s. Od., for board and lodg-  $f|Jf iiigc, contracted in 1862 and 18(53, at theplain-  S������tiJf -s boarding house in $few Westminster:1 The  |if|������ defendant admitted, owing the plaintiff some?  |jl|tl:iing, but a liii 1 of particulars not having  |i|l|been furnished*could not tell whether the ac-  ||||lbount-was correct.' The Judge admitted that  ^^������etondant(was'entitled to an accounty and  u'.vISJjostponcd1 the case to allow plaintiff to fur-  ���������;- '5/iiish one. ���������... ;���������'���������'-..��������� '._':':,"': '."''..,.;.;/: ... X  ft* L������ A. Vonvleck- vs..John. Tilman.-���������Action"��������� for.  Wpbalanee of account, amounting to aGIl 12s. Od.  i;,pfrhe defendant being absent,; his agent,;-Mr.  ||Thomp3on, wtis: served - with the summons.  ||The Judge gave juclgment against Mr. Thomp^  ���������teotti &t the same time remarking that the lafc-  pter should have appeare  IU;, Gowan & Laumeister  ed at Court  vs. L. Mouttet.���������The  ^plaintiffs sued tor ������4o, being 15 months rent  llj|������ly)f a house hi Victoria leased by defendant.  |������|||TIio;defencewas that.the lease was abandon-.  I^^ed, but there .being no release aud rent on ac-  ��������� ^ J'go tint ha ving b een p a id, j u dgmen t was given  Ulipfor fall amount:claimed;,-;:.-;;; f-'f-.  11 [j|f   Al ex. Mc Wha ! vs. Isaac Brooks .���������This .was  ?v;.a judgment summons ibr ������3.8 Cs.. 3d.   : Tlie  ft Judge asked defendant why lio^did not pay ;  ���������jJllSThc latter stated that he was unable to do .so  at present.  ���������   i^/Xbe.-p.laii  ain ti if. add resslng the Co art ������ said:; it  i^^gwas'"-vei*y havdthat after ��������� giving���������'��������� defendant  ^jlferedit for   two   hundred dollars  he ' could  | //.not  get  a   cent   of   it.     .The   defendant  illghad.a ,  ���������tfffi  house in; Camcrontoii and every time  seemed to be do-  purchased-3  r^wnan. - - was guilty of  ^-.%pthis extravaccance, whilst he (plaintiff), who  Xilplpmffiad $10,000~due hi "   ���������  ,..iU������������������r ._., him on the creek, was often  *|||g������ ing- ab p ut-mil^tar v-ingvaud-co ukL-not_g.c.t_  ; {4|;ji een t.   The g re a t es t lo a for around wo uld al-  l:/|^|yayri pay something but the defendant would  .;i\ not pay anything. -. ..-'������������������  '���������':/il||fe. Judge Cox: Mr. Brooks has the reputation  XpipMf paying his debts when' he'lias tho money,  iEJII^nit there" is little money here at present. ',  ^!'^^The defendant said it. was only spoiled beef   X* but $3.  rment was  dis counry, but dont flatter yerself,' mister  editer, dat de teaching will be all on, your side  ob de, kitchin, an', emneting from yer own  valable resauoers 7tirely, coss if yer does yer  slip up on dat air ^rahgment, you got darn  sight to "lata from depoplatloii ob dis garden  ob 'Les I i als. I'uj nm, w Ii ite men a nd culed ge n-  elmen, an7 darn sight to see dafli anrise an'  tout so yer. .Dero's dc breed-bb dogs dat  nabits. dese> regons, dey?s; a curosity dey is  demselves; nobody in dis woiieber seed.sich  a lot. ob. earnines tdgeder;' or eber, hcerd sich  ���������a npise as dey makes; 'dey \s deb cry'centra ted  ensense ob bliss dey is, 'specialty when dcrers  a muss ;hiong"dem, dey seems to lib on musses?  yet dey propgates ^offal fas;, Arter de dogs  dere's de udder animal idat puzales me ?mark-  UOIll lillU W : UV> U unit,   uu,  j ���������*.:.,  j,, ^.,.. ������������������ ^..      de iiit boiies to pick, so some folks say him  lib on nooKS, oa. dkok> if dats de case him of-  f ul veg la ri a h, an} ��������� gni te chad ty of Cap in C o x  to chanscc him diet, an? sen him below. Dere's  de    mister v������������w,,   de squarr, if yer do yer, gon ill.shure, pick'up  trifle like do axe, crowbaq or any ting ob dat  sort dat?s not top hard, dat's'/de style, If -dere's  no ting p b. da t k i n 0^3 und de b o o t berry go od  substute J or shiib |4e turn. i n to de cor tier ob h is  ej^e, and bp sure (lie eye cunis: out 'lore dp-turn,  deirwhen its odt kick it in 'gain widde'Jioot,  medal ob! de ���������������������������; iuhumane sciety, dc, genelman  dat vented de "gum boot gout," sar, iswastiu  de valable. time in ��������� Carib p o, /'fessii'i \yhat lie.  Slighter be larriiti insome couneiy more ;diipt-  edfor dc study ob de biz; de 'spec table youth  ou ghter *; trp w fisic k to / " " : *' *- -  sum place where he cud  'fession...'.. Dere's dc Dush galsr dey's purty  smart gals,. mister editer, toehold dere o\vn ii^  dis counry, noor gals, I hope dey may con'tiny  to do so; "de^stokeepers; is^^ pfful down oit^em,  coss dey kreli all de dimes, bully for de gals,  dey's on it. you bet, ou de make I means, sari  de sloon keepers, dere offul down on de gals  -too.r c oss-dery^drawjdeJjoys!,. and. JlxaA^d^dol:,  lars*t but dc sloon keepers bughter know dat  " p:e   Cariboo   SeixtlneL"  '��������������������������� ������������������c.*^; ^;WEEKLY !PAP'ER;;;; ;;  ;;���������������������������  / (JEORGE WALLACE, Proit.ieto*:  OiTici-BARKEUVILLE, Williams Crkks, Cariboo.  ;;     '!    Subscription, $1 pervsreek^  (rncluang cost of delivery,) Payable to .^^^^  EXPRESS FREieflT' AKD PASSENGER  Stages i" aiict Saddle; Train j  BKIr  THE BANK OF  "1  i  Iporporated by Royal Charter.  Capiitalf^. Y-; $1,250,000  ; -1^ 12,300 SHARES,   OF $100 EACH,    :"_  '' ���������' Witli Power to Increase.-  rjiiiE Ntost EXPiDrTious; axd /economical; ;as 1  X wljl as fcU������ most comibrtublo rnpilo bf: truvfcl to the  16 vver ,-fpuntr vAs l>y tti is li HQi '..      ;     ,:  SADpLK fIi AIN Urn ves Hiclifield on Mondays and  Tn wiATB a. t NOON, i a link* to; cittch X h&> bTAG Rat  Cottoiwood foi' Qafij*hel:";itotith and the steamer for  Soda Cf,*Mc. ��������� BARN'ART)^ STAGES'l^ave Soda1 Creek  every Monday-and TutKBDAr- at 8 a. nil: Tlio.; Thursday's j.ttige will lay over at Blair's, 111 mile .post, and  nt Cu:|i'o>f for ..rest; UIr Honday's StiigA at Cci^TpN'  only; both arrlyini? atYcjle in tiuie:to ca\ch thd'dteam-  ors loriNew.We^ndinstef.''���������������������������"-;." ir ������������������  /:-< ���������-;  ^fJTlirough Tickets may be ohtained at ,t^e "Oiflco  ���������InRicWleld.-   .-.���������;��������� .. '.'������������������, .'::���������,.;  *   ',  - i *  .'; ���������;, IN'fyA^CQITTER ISLAND,: f fl.  VICTOR IA'���������Bank of British CoiuniiMa; !. f. ff-   ^i  ���������N ANAIilO���������Bank.of British Columbia;   ' "f:  l^P.f   IN;BRITISH fiQLpiBIA, ;���������;';  i������?vf WKSmiNSTJER���������Banlc of. Brit ish Columbia; c  YALE���������Bank of British Columbia;  ��������� J  MOlJfH; QUESNEL���������Bank of Brilisli Columbia ���������; ������������������ S\  ������������������������������������;��������� X������������������������������������IN;TITE UNITEO^ATESr fp'^P;  SAN rRA5?CISGO���������BanKorBriti^hComrhbia;"  ff-  POPvTliAND; OKEGON���������Bank bT BrU^h^ColuoAia;  ���������-������������������ 'IN-cawada;.-/-' ������������������*'���������.   -;,  : :,  ��������� .'BANK: .OF  MONTREAL;, i ..  ������ ,-��������� -   ;BRANCHES & AGENCIES:  MOutreal, Toronto, Quebec,; IlamUtPu', London:p ^Ciu  stoh,'; Cobourgy^'Belleville, Brariuoro;  ^'  ;,���������.;:;j������������������: EXPFIESS ,FRgId^T> .:\X--t  /rHKiRATESFOR FREIOTTbythoSt^  1 to'RichJield winb^-'-vv .'' ..'; ���������.*:  Brock-  . 6 io.25.1b*. -      '���������-��������� X-  2o to 100 ft*   ;..-.;,.-,,tr ,-;. f\  ftver 100 ll,s       v' ���������.'*'-���������*,.';'*.  Through ix TUr*  $1,00 ^ H>  ���������90-1 \\i  %  PAYS.  F. J;  BARyART),  ! R. E A DIN GRO O M  x':x\wi-"f.:f't-^fif ���������::-'-;..-:.--: - f  G i re ul a ting   L i to r a r j!  ' *-">��������� CAMERONTO^ WILLIAMS, fJREBK^,^^^.  SuSCRIPTiON havebeen riiduofidto  i He, AVb it by, Pe terboto, 0 ttawa; Guolp b,, :  ... Gvdericf i, SI ra Li)>rd, Pictonx'Pertb,  , '..  '"'"���������.;.. Simcoe, St. Catheriiips ;.r'    :.. ���������.'...'���������  '. . -    - in engl^p;;;;^    ,  LON.OON^Banlc bV BriUsli Cplui^tria^O^mbard St. =  I CURRENT ..ACCOUNTS opened ^rljfiy'amount not  .les������rtb:in'6iiivfluni]red'pnllars.���������'��������� '���������-';;'; ���������"t-ll-'l ���������  ������������������:���������. Bills I)i������cmmteii and Collected; and Bills of Kxchtmgo  o n Great Bri tain j San Francisco 'and; New York pn r-  cbased.. , .. . -t f\\ *.:,  "Draf^'isstiod oh nil the.Brandies* and Agon������ies.;  :   Ggventmeht. and ptber Securilies vTOceivod for aalo  c us tody; Interests and Dividends collected;.   :: 1  Recuivei on Deposit,;.or Advances made, upon thQta.  ���������-'���������: Cameroiiton, 'Williams: Creek.' ', -f-f^'-X t  ���������^.v- Jnd^e Cox: The law abolishing arrest for  |������:-;]gdcbt gives power to the Judge to imprison in  j g^any case wliere there is extravagance which  !f������|i;ly-hcld as contempt; on the part of a creditor.  itf:-\f Judge Cox enquired of defendant whether  ^Hhe would pay by monthly instalments of S20?  ifrf:s The hitler replied he would pay as fast as  fffiMfae could, but he could not promise anv time  :Xyf$$> \n%emnt   He also denied owning the house  - : ;5;|iii Cameronton to which tho pi aintiif referred.  ���������' "V JutiKe Cox : The case must stand for the  v^jpreseiit/ -  '���������;���������.-. %;   The Court then adjourned.  Xf$f SHAACl'OOIM 'Stahlismbn,        )  ..Xip&, Barkvillc, June 10th J(>5. f  .-;:tXf' To dk Editkh on de.' Caiuboo Sbntal.'  i'"-.: ;'&���������; It gibs me much pleasure indee to see gen-  '!���������'������������������- :::'?| el man ob your cloth on Wiliams Crek dis air  Xpf-Pf'- reason, an'hope, sar, de indefatable -ontar-  rf$fi price an* de talen I sees 'splayed in de col-  {X0������ umbs ob yer valable jernal will meet wid its  :v':;Sk juss re wad, dat is, dat de paper will pay big;  '���������g|f- lor 'low me to tell yer, mister editer, its de  SJf dimes we's all arter in dis counry, de boys dey  ffp$:. says "its ebery man foij hisself an7 de debil  for us all" in dis air counry, but I hope, aar,  m  de debit wont get you or de paper eider; but  de dance galls alms took better dan any ting  else in Californeyy do nicenus man will spen a  dollar for it dance, coss'" him dearly lubs de  lasses, Q." I hear de boys say dere's to be! a  'lection at de Mouth soon, I hope, sar, yer go-  in to put de best man in, de culed genelman  de best, but as de ;jprity ob de boys is not  culed genelman, best for de counry"s good to  put in de white man, assiss de subjecs, mister  editor,, ob dis loyal counry to get good res-  prentives. Hopin dese few '.marks will fine  yer well, an/  rum for Tsertibn in yer valable  columbs, :  I am, yours in brudderly 'fliction,  Dixie. .  P. S.���������Fd most forgot to add, on behaf ob  de 'tiliigent culed poplation on dis erek, deys  'pointed me de litary cracker to sen 'buttons  to yer valable j cruel.  [Our correspondent's contributions will always be most acceptable,���������Ed.]  CARIBOO HOSPITAL.  , ,    SERGEANT- McMURPHY, Prop'k.  THE;ACCOMMODATION which this House AiTonls to  travelers caimot be, jmi7>af?sed;  the Tahlo is, well  gupplibd with the best the market affords, nntl the Bar  I is stocked^vTlir "tlie~Purcst-Ijiqttors-; -BedsT~Stabling,,  Hay-and; Oats:������������������' *'��������� ������������������������������������ s :  193 MILE  WALTERS BRQS..   ;.;  ���������VVK OPENKB THE ABOVE HOUSE fer the recep-  ������ Jtienof travelers; the Tahlo in well kej>t and.tha  Liquors eauriot he .surpassed; the Beds are ..clean am  comfortable; StablingiiorHorses,;  Hay -*"1 ��������� "*** ������  moderate rate*.  and- Oats at  ''���������'��������������������������� K'  111 MILE HOUSE.  ���������   ELAIR BROS., Propkiktors. ;  rmilB HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FITTED UP  X tor the comfort.of traveler.-*; the Tublv is supplied  with the bofitof evorythiug that can be had, and the  cooking is not inferior to tbe best hotel in the lower  cou ntry; BmlWnni a l'o'r ' fain i 1 ies ��������� Stahl ing," 11a y, a lid  Oats. %Tho-Stagft atop* at the 111 ilile House over night:  on its way down country, 8  ���������t\  take de culed fieii's  ter No. 1.  adwice 'bout looking ar-  ji|'|     I bleave, sar, I wont be dispointed in hopin  XX������$: yer a goin to stick up for wats rile an' on de  squarr, an* gib ebery ting an' ebery body a rap  ou de knuckles dais wrong an' not on de  squarr; dont be scared, mister editor, to talk  up to de boys, dey like it all de better for dat,  juss like wat I sees iu de "Spatch' bout a  voung genelman dat walops him wife till she  sing 'murder* an' runs 'way, nex day write  him lobing 'pistle, 'daring she neber will be  happy agin till 'longside ob her own dear  Charley.  I dont dout, tar, de paper will  'tain heap  ���������dat/s-hcadfying and instruclin to de miners ob  To tiik Kditok or thk ^'Cauiuoo Skktixhl.**,  Sih,���������Through the medium of your columns  I beg respectfully to call,the attention of those  concerned to the financial state of the Hospital. I have now. without having received a  cent, supplied the#institution with provisions,  &., for seven months, and though $6000 has  been voted for its maintenance this year,  neither the Steward nor Physician can inform  me when I will be paid; when urgent I tim re-,  ferred to Mr. Cox; that gentleman has not had'  advice in the matter ; so not knowing from  whom to solicit satisfactory information,!  avail myself of tho advantage of your journal,  hoping this will catch the attention of the  powers below. I am yours,  J. Y.  Cameronton, June 7th, IS05.  PROSPi^CTING. '  George Weaver, one of the oldest pioneers  and explorers of the Cariboo country, is at  present engaged in prospecting about fifty  milea east of Horse fly ranch, on the range  of mouutains between William Creek and the  Columbia River. Should George's old luck  return to him we may look for news that will,  probably create a isrtr the in country during  the summer. We wi*h succc::.i to thc hardy  j pioneer.  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNEL   MOUTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, PaomtrETOR,  Meals at all hours, and. Cooking pf thc best  description. s  VAN WINrKLE, -CARIBOO WEST.'  WHE ahoye splendid Hotel:is now. open for tho public,  X tho^ pi*oprit!tor haying taken groat, pains through the  win tor lo make"I t" the; most" suporior nou se in Caribtio.  Good accommodations, with suits of rooms for ladies  :;.'  or private parties.   Attached to this Hotel is ������-  First Class Rkstaurant & Bab,  whero can be obtained the mostchoicebrand&of 'Wine������,  Liquors, Cigars,;scri~~~7~~~r~~~-.���������:;" ". ;. ' ���������'" ' ��������� " --  ; N. L. McCaffery, Proprietor.  Moses^ Hair  Invigorator,  To provent Baldness,.Restore Hair that has  fallen oil' or. becomes thin, and to cure cflectuaMy  -.-. -Scurf or Daiicirtill".  GCARAN'TiSiSS JHE feESTORATlON OK HaIR IN ON& WKCK.  FOR THE TOILET���������This Invigorator is made partio-  ularly for Ladies utter illness to he. used with tho oil r  prepared by tl te proprietor.     First satiira te the hea. 11  with tlie luvjgorator;.rub well with a hard brush; then  oil.    It will also relieve the headache; and give the hair  a darker glossy color,  andtho" free use of it.wilpkeep-  both the skin and hair in a healthy state.    Ladies will  -find the Invigoriitor a great addition to toilet both in  consideration of its delicate and agreeable periume an-j.  the great.facility it aflbrds in dreeing the hair, which  .when inoist with it can be dressed in any re<iiuir>ii  form so as to pivserve its place   whether plainer i a.  cu rls.   When used on chUdren'sjlieads, it lays tho foundation lor a good head of. hair.  Prepared only, by  W.   D.  MOS&V.  Barkerville, next door to Madame Beudiken^.  QUICSNKT,   MOUTH,  BROWN & G1LLTS, PnoPRiBTons..  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table,  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Dats.  &c.  FOR  SALE.  A BQARDING  CLINTON CITY.  francois chaperon,  Bakku and Gknkkal Storb -Kekfer.  KWONG LEE & CO.,  OMMiSSSON MERCHANTS,  luiI>or tors 'and Dealers iu CtKNEfcE GOODS, Rice, Sa-  gar, T.:a, 1'povisions.  QUESNEL   MOUTH. -   s  c  J. PERRODIN,  WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL PUOVISEOX A.KD GENERAL MKUCHANT,  1    Boots. Shoes, Tinware, Etc.  QL'E^N'EL MUUTH. s  GIROD & GUICHON,  Old  Established  GJ5ni;iial Stoue,  P?vOVISIO?>S, WHOLESALE &  COMMISSION MERCHANTS,  SLora?,e. &o.~Tcrm3 moiit Hodoxalc.  HOUSE,     *  Siluata in Cameronton, Wlliams Creek,  which is well  fitted'up and in full working order.   Apply to  MRS. S. EDWARD8.  J.  K.   SUTER,  MINING AGENT AND BROKER,  RICHFIELD.  All kinds of Agency Business attended to.  Office opposite the Paris and London Hotel.  ToToniaThoTel,  Now "Wostminster, British Columhia,  Messes. Ghkllky Brothers,      -      -      Proprietor*.  FORT  YALE HOTEL,  ! Keliey & Lane, Proprietors,,  /"^ OOD BEDS, Good Accommodation and the Best ef  VX LiquorB at tbe Bar; Stabling for Horses, &c.       s  Storage and Forwarding!  YALE, B. C.  Parties Shipping by the Yale-Lytton Ron to  an-, advised that KIMBALL & GLADWIN have  erected extensive Store-house and Dock at Yale^ B. C.,  and are prepared to R".coivo, Storoand Forward Good.1.  'lJi*o capacity of tho butfdins is about 400 tons, And ii ia  pr-rfecily isolated, uficring security from firo seidoc  met wlin in isterlvr Towns. ' Gc&ds R'.:p:ick������������1 aa i  Freights engaged at I. ���������vott ra.tes. ..Jjaomea shippio?  sooal thrcush us will mark, to the car* of  '   lm ^ KIMBALL & GLADWIN, rale,  ;-'<P  uu������MHIW������������WI!BB!BWB!t .1  -- \  t  &���������:.  uM& ���������  -������ratt3aggE������*ffiBtt������^^  ���������:-:^^T  t)  is*^**^^^ ������?!^^?!??S^���������^^*^^^^  B^RKEIiVILLE;; .MONDAY JUm 12, .1S65,  .THE 0^E\V POSTAL CONTRACT.  ;���������'7 The unsatisfactory 'manner;!in which, the.,  "^"i:������tal Arib'fLnseiaiciits '"?������;>th :*j������s district were  f^xiiQd:. out last year gave rise to -a great* Qeal;  ftf discontent among . both miners and uier-  :.Vcitantsr . Kepresontations were raade to the  ; Government ������n^e subject, and promises of  ;(^';^tt^dment^ere profusetygiyen at the ith no.  , : Jn the -fall tenders were advertised for. m New  f yWcsfein3ter; and Victoria, to- be. sciifc to the  -\. -t'Qlonial Secretary before the end of December, ;for runnitig a ntail twice a week beI-ween  the capital and Williazhs Creek..''Several<par-  ties we understand complied with th e terms-  fp<)f the ���������ad^rtiseraciit^ tin cl made bona tide oft  .* jets tot cs ta b .1 ish;.; an efficien fe a ii d satisfa ti to ry  ': mm 1 Service-' *��������� In accordah ce wi th that sy s item'  ns?previ-  i demand  yP  r  R,'  of pin>crastiriati6ri which seems;to hav e . crop t  -..- -into the Colonial office; and hangs like a nigh,t-  ; 7 miirb over ;tn% presiding geh ins in th at 'd i lap i-  :' <Jafe3 builrjfirrgv ;there "'. was -hqtWngi.dohc, H  :.;-i.it'cobld;be-n^Ion^rpf^trjoned, being within  ;v two" wecKs of ;tho expiration: of Jlr. Barnard's  : d������i������ contra^  /; wffceriicred into fb>:only^ one intiil sci'viec ���������"per  ; weelcj on tern^ of last  ;��������� y eaK f^No provision: whatever 'has % een rn ade.  . ;io" giy ejilie; iiu mer������uV;settIe^ ���������'. ai on g ^the -.'. wag-  :Xfgoh 3oa<Ip.;andJI^roughotit;i the"} cotin try; the;  ^���������benefitspoffending '.andr receiving 'letters at  ^post'Of^ce;:^t<)sV\andihey are stHi-obliged to;  i. pay- the P&xmi$z ";$ I -per. letter v'ior; carrying  ; their; eorr&pondeh cc,; which is a heavy; b ii i-f  tAJenKtyMfc^^ bonie iii Jmhui  ;. ��������� that -tnes^e^S6ttler^,aie;;^x^ayers: as.wel 1.;  ; i&nlyfifc, j������h^;Mpna;b iU?if p ostagcy X; Wh y shoti Id.  ^.tich^njifeti^^bey pra&ised' towards any imm^  j oe^Jof ��������� ;oiii^'C olohlsfe JMSic^^^u'd^- re iiso i1  SffiUJj&gy. er?5|m t^.ili aij- 'pie v ;.Goy er rt m eIt I ;���������;��������� of ] the'  ;;Country;<iaW>rcqtIiing-for the. people's inter^  l^i^'^u^d^he _vb p undai^ij of th 6 'qa jp itai. ci if. ���������  ^Soi^thfta^^ of this:  S&Lp.p������r^ all the taxes they  S-^^ustgrouted:a^l^ihoyiwere' not to bel coriX  -f ������i<fenJ d^ at' ailynin j ess wheii; statis tie sj: lire' with t4  X'-Mfffi'^y W $XiS burden :^of tttxatioh ^a little.  ������������������': -iighton;;y:JJut;;.the time has come when a sweep-  dFigiiiudradictU/retb      lmistbe ihauguratedi  :=ruvr6spectto, tho1 treatmentof.the peoplo of  '^xhhjt ^ectioii;vot;'.th e;'; coutitry. f- Carib o6. is \not  ,.';vWha^;'VitCiwa3-.;-in;;' ./ipriner . times,! .a .-..'place  wiicrc a crb wd oitinen wore .co lice ted for a  few months > in Bummei- only.    Ifc;is an estab- 200(K feet.   The work is; a sthpendous fcnc������,:and  ikk&I^fct ciCnm^ JJiuncloiibie dlylHcmiis^p^haA'elbooi^^ d  pahy ff'o'ih the wafer and slum of  coining into the elajm. The case ^  ously befom the Court as a set off to  by the Drain cornpn ny, for rent, and caine up  to-day tor re-hearingv-, , After a pati ntinves-  Vigatioti by tlie Commissioner, the miho was  dismissed, each -party to pay their qyn costs.  M^TValker7 appeared ibr Air. ilarve| and Mr.  Btitief Anderson tor tho Drain company  .- Thur:fday^St[i June..;  Howard Trenholm ���������yiMriplih-;Rqj������y^-Tlii������  was an action for wages aljeged to be ciue  plaintiff for working at the Kaby1 company;s  claim last vear in making the Bed iio?k Drain.  The amount sued-for was ������o5& : The Commissioner. dismissed.-the. case on;tho.-gr������jand-, that  too long a time was allowed to.,cla]?se.before  tho'actioiiwas brought, and after U\ Wattiej  the late foreman of the Bed Rock J) aiacory,  who was ii .material: witness^. Jiatt .left, the  .couiitrv.'. ::'"'��������� ��������� ... ff ' ;t-\     . \ *:.  ,,' feartland vs. Taffale Cornpanyv-iThis was  an action, to eject tho defcmUinfe: ixc'fu: a luin-  ihg claim oil 'Stouts ;Gulch'.���������;which'l:jfche'y.had  taken^up as abandoned ground 0I\j^na; lsfc  ihst.:: Alter .agi^at deal of evidence iadteen  gone in to; on bo th; sides a/incinber ot the. Taf-;  faie;bp'mpany gehemiisl^ vol uiiteerei a ��������� state-  ment which settled the ease at pneo, nr*: That.  thoplamtilf came ;pn tlio ;gr6iind bit the; -1st'  June' Caiid demandejls possession.;   |0n "tliis;  statement, being made1 a gehtlcman-jixpt pi'o-  ressibhal^who'liad- oftered; an���������'��������� eiiei^etie defence u p to this jmi hi, i m lnetli ately \fa th drew,  dcclanng. that had lie known, thovtacfc hen tion-  etl he wo aid iio t hayp: bnered. any op \)bsition.  vHo also repudiated.! on the part of ho com-  pa ny lie: r ep reserited ahy ���������."ju i up ing; J pr op en-  si ties passer tin gth at bpiboiniMe^boHcved that  the gvouncT hiid bceii^X abalidoncd.4 bjjtbre; (He  jafedtlcpnapahyvtbo^^i^ Wafeem a,p-  pearecl for. the plain tiffi ��������� ���������-, .  OUTLYING CREEKS;".- :���������  FO  MERCHANTS.  claim, and action was "brought ibtjdamJiges        NOTICE  to the amount Of $1000 sustained bj the com- rpiMK m'MoxET,' and if yc& wouldj^sttye both. ?bip  io oil l,!-.. _ ��������� nie Drain  1;; vour;GdoUs  by ..the. *Tale-^tton. Honte.-  7?. A. -9ARLOW.  CoMMi3?if^ ana F<a^Ri)ixa ags.vt,  Fort.Yule,.' British Columbia, ^begs to iTM'onn 5?hippefs  and the public in general thtit lm -is np^prepuryd to  Forward ��������� Guods to the ��������� Mines V en tho iiiaet rwisonuVlo  : te#. and wi thou t. dday. ������������������ All goods consignetl to the  a bovc will bo pro ri p i ly at tended to fi mi store d in a  fireproof warehouse. m       ;.      ��������� v, 3m.  HICK'S HOTEL, Lyttov J-Qtuais,-Nk.w Wj&tyasbt&k,  B. C., Pwilil������ Kicks, Propi-ietor. Tiio; abovo lay.  orably known house is now open to tlie public; the H^r  is constantly supplied with" tho choicest brands  or  Liquors ami-Sognr^. >;.-;,;..;   .���������..-.' ,;���������..';.-3.  THE BANK OK  British ;- Korth ���������; America  . ESTABtiaaED IN 1856-     I>O0������rCRATlLD by ixon  -. -,. \7 .--CH^JiTKa.      ''���������?��������� ,:������������������..'  L;  .Paid ut3 Capital,-,,''������������������>  TJndividecX Net Profits,  mv winter as well as in snmmeiy and people  oehjby as good; health��������� iii the mines as anywhere  ^*^ Csirib66; will,^^therefore be '"a iettled- place  J^r5rx?sjdence Vfbr a large; populations all the  ��������� v sreur roun\(i and i t. b ohoy es t h e . Gov eminent  . to: riake, such ttrranfeentents as wi 11 > sni t the  \ wants and nieet the reguiremon ts of the al ter-  f"e& cir^un������ta%Ces.vr Instep    however of proi  , greying the; Go verhment is i-etrograding in!ts  ^po-ticy, and just trying to breed as much dis-  stittstaction as it is possible fot it to do.  Why  ^flcl^biindnes?; ? ;.. It cariubt be ;pbssible that  ���������;:t?2eyGQve.mmehtkno We wouul  . .caruestiy   5m press   up on th e Exe cu ti ye tlie  faet that; the;recpurements of ��������� the uppor tovui-  ;There:1s;,bnly /oney'Cpnipany: at^work near  the towii, t>n d they are -making ivsiges! Ab out"  2ii miles below, tho iuincd;city there it a party  o 1' si x -Fren c inn en wro rkiti g o n a b a r wi th good  prospects before thein. There.was jwo foot  of snow onvAntlert .last- week, but ifciwas fast  succumbing^;tiie!������ftys of Uie sun,    I  ANTiiBR:Ciikek Bed Hock Fr,UMK-4It is as-  tonishing-tp,seevtln>; progress tiiat lias beeu  JmtoeJn^ia great enterprise und^ritlfc supeiv  jnfcndence rof AJr; John G. Jentiings! an old  Ca 1 i forma miner.' ;W0 are; iti formed ith at the  B ed Ho ck Fl iihie I aid do wti so fa r into nn ts  to   over   1400   feet,  and of   Leadj Fiumo  in a niost substantial and creditable manner.  The total ainount we understand soj far ek-  peijded.is ab ou t So0,000, Which certainly secnis  in ode ra te wh en i t is ta ken i nto c o nsi d erati on  that a ontting thro ligjrhed; rock ten fee t ileep  the whole distunee of thev flume has taken  placed ancf this' in a country wheve labol* stands  atVsd highI a, ju'emiu ni \ 11 is be! ie ved ilia t the  most difficult part of the work is nearly over,  and that operations 'will be much accelerated  by t h e naiui'e of the g round ' ��������� the: IJ .an \e will  have to be takeii thix)ugh in its progress towards completion. Wheii 200 feet more of  t h e Ihi m e has b een 1 a id rich pay d ir t will b e  abundant.    There are at present 40 men en-  BENRT HOLBROOK:. "vVharniiger, For-  wa rdiag a iid Coiri missioii 31<?reha ti tt ilea ler ia Pro-  visions, Fcodj'&c. - ponded "storage f<ii* 1000 tous of  Goods in Stciiur Fire proof-;Warohous<?. Gootis Forwarded up co u n i ryj a ml every accom I rvodii t Ion g i ve .it to yes.,  hi'B Id ad i ng or d i^c liargTug a t th o l^i ye'r pool or upper  w 11 a rIf   New "\Watn i i ns te r, B ri t isl'i ������olu in bia.  ���������!,',$  i i.   X        NOTICE.  .4 Tii/KINBS OF miY GOODS, CT.OTHIOT, BOOTS  j"x an d SLioep,. ca rt be bini jch t chen per a t the storo of  th e mi d eivi j:n e d 11 tajn at a j) y ot 1 ler p la co i b tho. colony.;  Every a rti c le. ni a rJccd in pla lu Jlgu res, X^-rins���������CV������SH.  N. n.���������Orders from tlio upper cenntry receive prompt  attention. ,,    ARTHUR BULLOCK,      ���������  s      Opposite. .Colonial Uestauraut, New AVes tin ins ter  .-ts ' .^tOOO.QoriS  rxf- : sornxm  HeA) Oi-pics: 7j ST, IIE*,������KS I^LAGK L^NDfty  'jM  P-;Xff-,ppi-P' ESTABLISHMENTS; .'      W  ?ax FRAXcrscp���������!���������'. H. Grain & W, a Puthcrlam!, %.. -tS  NEW vokk^-Walter. Watsou & James Smith, ^?,p  Montreal;:      Quebec; Toronto;   ... HumiLi,? 1^  hingston;    . U>ndon, C.W; Brantford;   1SM\fax v,8  St. Johns, N. B.;'-. Viotona, y. I. ��������� ��������� '*-��������� jJHg  ">��������� - -;,AGKNTS::'  SoorLANP^National Brink of Fcotland; iS-.  Inki avn���������Pruvinej.11 Bit tik of Ireland;  Fa a\cb���������ii h re tin rd, Am\ ro Aj Cio, P a v is;  AusTiiAtiA���������Union flanlc of Aastrulla;  Lvdia, Chlva ���������& JAi'ANwChiuterod Mercamlio Bank M  India, Lcndou and China.  . HRAFrS ISSUED. oh .Loiuioh, Now xoi-k, Sim FTac  isco. Cariada-,;-Nv\v 1*������ ru nswick, Nova Scoth,'.. lihu on -oi  lie Lranehoij of the Xatiorial Bank of fc'cothmd ah-  an/.  /"vSOKG-E ; LAHG-VOIG-T,   General   Dealer  in  XJC:���������.GRO.CKWS?,. PROY-1SL0XS,; &c. -, FOrt^Hoye, Ii.. C.  ^  ;; SHARKS,' Watchmal^er & Jeweler;  ,; Yates street,  I  \ei% Victoria7. V./X,\ lceep.^ \eon- :-������rf&  stantl v on lia ml a sn pe rior stock of G ol ��������� \ a n d CSs&  Sitver^yATCilB:^ <5old Ciliain������, Buckie*,. Plated Vf*ret;  Clock?,  &c. ���������   ParticularvaUeiition 'paid to repairing  Waiches and Je\vx,lry.;   Alt work \vurranted.:: Orders  trbni the country promptly atteiidcd to. ,   s  Pell ���������;W-. C6M Pur������ Coffee:  igPORBORG- & RUEFF,  CommissioiVMer-  k3 CHAN1V, Wholesale Dealers in GitocERSEa and.Pno-  visiONs, Wi������trf street, VictorW.  J?PGAR &c. AIME, .Commission .Merchants,  X\i; \Vh6)esale DeaIt ts in GiiQCEUiE53 a\1) Pnovisioms,  Wharf street, Victoria, Vancouver Island," ;   s ..  . GWEBROTHERS,eommissibn3yEerch.a2itf3  \j tin d: Iaiport'cra of i-'itbvisions, Gkocebi e������, French  ;\Sriliep, Liquc \\ Iia vaivi Citriir>, XaV.11 Stored, ��������� Bo|h*,  Canyafc\,0a'r^',&Cit Wiiarfstrifetj^t'ctoriui.. :. s  T^ELtOWSv ROSCOE <Sc GO., Importer  X GEXEitAr. HAnnwAuK and 1ro>", Moore's Buih  .Yates street, Victoi'i?^ ��������� V;: I;   V;;.-.������������������   *;. {:��������� ���������;  rters of  ing,  urn.  HIBBEN & CARSWELL, Importing^^ Book-  SELLERS Si .STATIONKn.^������c������wtbntly <?upplh>d aud  recci vi hg; 1 roiii bes t sou roes, sschoel, Stri nU a rd, a ml Mis-  cellanooJiH Books;sa))d .Stajvlo ami Fancy Stationery- in  nil Urf Br^riclics . Corner jates Mnd^angley. streets,  Victoria, Vancouver Irdaiitl.  ' y X... J5;, .  4=A LBION IR.ON' 'WORKS, Victoria, V. IM  IX\.Manufaptti.ro St earn Enfi iues> and1 -Bqih ��������� rs of all  size?, QttyrtzilHU, Jiihiugl'utnp^, Flouring Mills, Gang,  ?asli, Mulay aiid Ci'rcuiar Saw Milts, .Iron and Bras?  Casirngs, aiid everything coniircted With the business.  'b ,..������������������..-: ^1U<ATT& KRIKMLEU.  CCOTOH HOUSE.    A.  McLeaa and  Co.,  otliers wil| ilhdat the Scotch Hon??iva splendid stock of  Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and Dry Goods of every des-  eriptiorT, all of the best quality, mid at very moderate  prices.   Fort street,; Victoria, V. I." r       **  Provmoha Bank of Irelanu. ?. '���������-,. ,,.-.,;-,,..        . .;.*���������  3Bills of Exchange and Gold Purchased ;Xt������.  /- Inlerest on;SpeciaI Deposits of .Money aHowod u f^  rate of a quarter of one' per ci������n't. per month. ' t$m  m5" Tlio Bank receives (jloid'I)ust and Bi������rs,.for -'sfi!.Q  ket:ping;w'ithout charfjej-uhdertakes;the purehasb aiss^  sal6,of Stock j the Collection of Bills and olifcer rnowj||p  b uiinesa in the; Un i ted S tales a nd B rit ish Provinces. ?;^|  flf ;:A;S'SA Y^FF I CE.      X-  GotD Di^st Melted .ai^ti Assayed, and Tplurns. tnailj^l  within" 24 hours in Coin or ftars. . "��������� :S  ".. .Ores of every desgripiion oarefilllyAssaybd., |gf  N. B.--Any instructions as to the disposal of the pn.$m  ceeds of-Gold Dust: forwarded to: the clHce in Viciuri[|p  for Assay whi bo carefullv: at tende< 1 to,    :; -. *      |������|  -���������.-I--, f:t>        v::::J\;G/SIiEPHERD, Manager. M  "Victoria; V. I, May,18(J5.;   , I*     m  r\ LARICfeOX & COT, DjeAfeus is Dooka, tfTAtiO^ftf, U  V 'Music and Musical ''Instruments,; NKVV3. AGKNTd,^!  .&c;; Columbia Street j-NewWestmi nst or. S'l -:||  J   A; McGRElAV Auctioneer, vWhahp-'fiTiysET, m  ���������. .Victoria, Va ucouver Lsia ml.,. '.   I  vlf  - t,  ..���������'   ���������.;'������������������������������������-������������������'". '..... ��������� ���������-ij  DANIEL. SCOTT & CO.,\ Auctioneers .andm  Com m issrojr Mekciianth, Ci ly Au ct j on !k>6ms, JVn It  street, Victoria. Cash adyanced on Mi'rciatndise, to nny 'ff  aiiiouur^ cidisi*;ned for sale. ltotVren.cer:-IXon^.B.!/>A:; ||:  i..\YSoy, of H. U. Co a in! Lloyd J>; Agents    ' J  T -;;p. DAVLES & CO., Auctioneers & Com-  rj m   m issio.x M shciia n 3*s,; Firs" I 'rt ������of S tone B u il������\nj,  Wh a rf M iv Jt; V ic u/ria', V.' I.   . Li be ra 1 Ad va n ces nuvila  on Coh������isnriuiiis.   '���������'.' " ;    [^ _ :'ff tt,f: \  other Gboda trohv;Victoria, aroltereby iii!0rmi*d tl>atNv6  will purchase iEUpplies at Auction and otherwise <<n tli������;;:;|  best of terms; at Ip:; per pent! fcommisj-ic n, Inchitliiv; Iff,  ch a rges o f sh i pm cut a i y j c toria, ������' h e ro. i\m i i t ta 11 c ������������������ :s ���������; ��������� r.i;, f  F   YOU     WANT  bunster;  GOOD    AtE  KKQCIRB    FOR  .-������������������'���������'   - S'  Ujr cierAand^ttiSJ there sitbuld be; a liinilser- gaged oil the wo ii\.^;; Wcsiiaii not fail to watch  .y\c0 t������vice: a?i^eek establisliedi and������earried out | the progress of 'this wudertakia^, whieh pro-  : ftffec lively so as to be ser vie eable to th e e o n i- I iu isea ere lo ng to. I) ec'o iae h ighly iy teres ti ng  ���������iiux ni fey.; fThe exp������ rise of such an arr aiigein en t j to those e ngage d in i t.  ���������vvou td b e c om pa rati yely y e ry little; mo r e i ha n  is proposed; to be paid for the one service a |    ������ ���������.        ., Y;!   ' .  ���������w4k, and by nbolishiir:- the system of the I    Two conipamcs oi   Ivrciielnncn  maii contractor acting as letter and nc\vsph])er  c.\pres.suian 4ifc the same tinY.% in faofe being in  o pp o sit ici r i Jo ���������. Ih o Go ve mm cut, the re t^ei i no  'would be at very .little if any loss by the  ^'hungc. Unless something l>e done in this  ip a iter,, a a d, th tit sp ecu* i ly, vc ry ge wenil a a d  loud comp lain ts will be heard.   Mr. Barna rd  GKOl.*K CREKK.  Two eortipaiue.s of From11 tmen are cotu-  meneing to wash on the banks of this creek.  Gnousk Cwkic IJkI) Rock Fu?m8 Co*y.���������This  company bave laid abo a t 0 00 feet of ii time,  and are driving ahead with co.mmendable  speed.    ,  STErilEXH CJtKKK.  T :M00RHEAD and CO., COMMi^IOX MKU-  <J ��������� Cff.VJfT.S and Importers or Giiockhiks, Provisions, l'/tom-cn; ic.'. Wharf street, Victi>ria;VV. I. ���������. ���������������  fVJ&OMAS ABLSOP; Land Agent and\aen-  X'\ jRSAi. GoMamsioN Agknt, Government street, Victoria, Vancouver 1^1 and. ^  TOHN" wiLKTE and CO., Mei  tf  Suvet, Victuria, Vuncouver Island.  Merchants, Wharf  s  R. POWELIj, has Removed {his Ornce  and Kesidenco from Fort street to the premises  latolv occupied by the Mayer onUroad street, Victoria,  V. I."   OHice hours 9 a. in. to 12, and 8 p. nv to 10.    s  Ti lis c rcc k c mp i ies lu to Au tier about th rec  ceased carrying tbe bi-weekly express into Wil-1 milcs iurther down stream than the mining  iuirns Creek, tho people are threrefom shut out J camp. The prospects obtained on it are very  irom getting letters or papers more than once j proiuisiuir, and a party of miners have got a  laseyendays.   Is no L this a shameful state of! charter for  la via-r down a il time, and  they  T   J. SOUTHQATE and CO.,  Umo.v WirAap,  ?./ ������    Victt>ri t, V I , yn.1 Iiattery .*treut. &in Franci>co.  Victoru, February iM-, 1SS5.  rpHE U-VIIEII^ICKED,' havini? purchased tho goodwill  i. of the la to firm oi Gt"i?.p, David vt Co , will cotitinuo  the Wholesale Provision ami X'onimission lousiness, at  tlie st'oiv, corn'Tof Basiion ������nd Wlwrf streets, under  the linn of WKlSSKNttl'KUEK k SCHI.OKS.SFJt. Mr  | JfLK-5 David will act as Manager ol* sail business, Tin*  'business on Gov^rmneut Ptreet 'will bo carried on*as  he re fcwfcyo WKISSEffli V HGE R & 8CH LOK^ER.  required to ho tonvarijed to *ur address. Fivignt oon-  traoted througlt to Cariboo at the lowest rateu fur cus-  tomeiM ��������� Qaiiboo retVrorice.s���������James Cuinmlng'S.1 'Ayr- B  ;shire JUass* and -Frirfpa of >VliaIvs''claims, aud Charlon ���������������  'Mc lla ri ly, *Sa 11. h j ������r ing Is la nd C<\'G ro i*������������*'^r< '���������' k       1  T    X'HOTELIER, Importer and Daaler.in G110*. ;i  -X������r-GGHl-KSr^*Q VJ^(^*tv WIN m-^h-fi^^H>-S-n7j  7 Wharf street, between Johns ten and vale*-, Victoria, ������������������'���������  Vancouver Island. 1  /PHOMAS SHOTBOLT, Dispensing Chemist  X axp piiUfftasT, Job use u street, iVictori'., V L, re---.,  spectfully Hidjcits the attention of Jfinei^aud the pub-  lie in general to his well assorted stock of pore English t  I) rug&j Chem-icals, and iVrf u me ry j also to his. Mix* ura *;  for RheiunaUstn, whicli. is an invaluable romedy ler t  this'distressing complaint. 1-s  ' v V  wnrdeil to the Mining Districts.  I-s  thiil  e *  rai  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  j hope to be well rewa^i'ded for thoir enterprise.  j About iO men altogether will be engaged on  ���������j the creek.  (Before W. 31 Cox, Esq.)  JSIouday, 5th Juno.  iy. E. Boone vs. Peter Sn iii'iSi.:-~ This was an*  acuon for ejectment of defendant from uiue-  tentbsof'an interest in the* Welch' company's  DOAR MARVIN*. Cheater Fort amj Lang ley  ileal< r in 11101  the Boston Ituhher Bi Us.  E  the sale ol  Strevl, d ea J < r i u I HON & 11 AI 1D W ARB.   Age u t f or  HOTEL DE FRANCE, Victoria, V. I., Jou>  Bjg>e ani> Fjeiike IIax'cikt,. i'ropri'.'iors. Tho K'..\>  taurant is supplied with*ull the deiieacie* the niarkc;  alllrds. In the Har will be found the clificost Lvqvoiv  Furnished IlooihH, &c. .1-s    ,  QT. G-EORGE HOTEL. View Street, "vTc-  O toria. This Ilotd, to which js attached a Restaurant anil Bar Room, is one of the immt coinforwd'lj  estahlishnH'Jils.of the kind on tho Fa ci/h' Coast. ,3V������-u  funds lied rooms Tor sing it*, pt^ton&.'aml Jam Mies. T^  most important T/ziidi'iir French, and'California nf*w?-.'  papers received tor tlie use of boarders. - * _ '*-*������  7TRELLEY & FITERRE, Victoria, V. Im  U .Sole. Agents, (or .Vjpoieon's Cab i net Champa pin  Pietivssoii do St. Aubi:) Oiiatnpa^nc dry, Douche do 'dry,  Juk'S Mimim Cn.-vnp-igne, Eugene Clicquot- Ca?impang'-.  I>okers Hi 11 er-' sa insi��������� vain *s Ca 1 i t oru ia V/ine ah < 1 I*d -  t< ts, Ho? te iter's Ri t tors, B;������ricro i t C i d i ��������� r. Log u.n c CJa r' -t,  G / J' r..-Her Ci a re t. A ta r#o g tock of J loii d ed ^ i������ic?;  Uran.ii.Fj Wiiislteys, and IJrmor* of ovviy description  at w a )'s oil ha nd. " ' (��������� ft B u.Bt & Fir ERfiB,  Importers and Wholesale Dealer?,  31 hm -WUarf and Johns on street?.  m  ?���������*%  L  EWIS LEWIS, .CLOTiriER, vates street, Vic-  toria, oppa'-'ite l)hdfe of Brjiisli Nortlt Asi.��������� ric:t.    s  1-s  Juncti  fi SIJTRO & CO., iMPOBTEfJS'and Dkalei'.s in  \T. CTIOA1&S, TOBACCO, Maorshaum MpM, &d, S K.  corner of yates and Whan' street, Victoria '  s  . ICIETHUSV CREEK.  Four companies have commenced work for j wftrtft^ma^t y wn   pfxt ������^ ( r  Ute setuson on this cre^k, and all seem in good | }f. ^^KS^^M^ruS  spirits and sanguine ot success. {Victoria. Vnacoimi'ivt-tfiil s '  JIGItSS FLX" CREEIC  .^EMOVAL. J. L. Jtmgermann, Watch-  lb " M A K K U a 11d JE VV!���������: L.FR, has reuloved to tho 1' t r^-  prym' Brick DuiMinir, within ono door of Wells, Far^'-j  & Co.-s Expross Oliice, rates street, Victoria,. V. I.   ^  D~~ICK:SOK', CAMPBELL & CO., Commission Mercma.nT������, Wliarf street, Victoria, Vancouver Island. ~11. "S. lHGKfios k Co., iAmdon; Dicksoa.  UkWoi.f ^ Cov^an Francisco. s  ciaini situ a ted on Willit  was in occupation under  ;;piainiitr sought to.rccovc* ,.������������^ ��������� ^^, vmiV . T      ���������  n     ri    TT       - , -     , r n ,    -��������� ,  previously obtained.    The defendant haviiie: -; Jamca 0rr������Dr- toward, and louroihew whose j  i THOMAS  GOLDEN,  illiams Creek. The latter .'An incorporated-company of nine members, 1 D.nior m wine.-, bjiaxdi&s,  mler Bill of R-dn omt'ilv^ ; VIZ: ^ ��������� ^- Itidki. Duncan Siartin. Win. Hazel- \oC ev.-ry d^ciipii'm, Corner of Fo  .wcfumK Ml^f sSc i ������"e Coue of the early pioucora of Cariboo)., j v***, vMftmvcr frl^i.  30LESALM    A>'D    BeTAIL j  &?, UiCKl^ & UQXOlfci  KENPEBSON  &fc  BUBNABY,   Importers  a ml.Commission' MeacyANTS. Wharf stroet,! irtuii't  V. I., and No. it, Gr;ic������'Chfih:eh street, .I*niidon, -  rt and "Wharf struct  lm  TOHN" F, COUCH, Importer and General  AN'DAI.VF, GKNEKAL COM MINION ACK>"i'  .'oLt-ECTOR, Mare's Uuild in ir,  vates si rue'.,  MALL4  P and t  Victoriii, Vancouver L-Juid.  r< UY HUSTON, Dbai.hr ix UCNH, I'ISTOLH, n^ti-.  O' ing LiCKix, rownrn *Sr- Shot, Yates street. * kH"N*  UI,Ii;.-? L(?EWI k CO.,  Impobteks a,vi> U'i^lesaHJ  D^AiEns; Aijcbts l^rTilton ic McFarlaad Firfl y;li-  ilgl.tr Tivof .Safes ami Vaults, VictorHt, V. 1.  rvey vs. wimams ureais lied il$e  ? *ra{i������ Co ;y���������������Wain ihf ������������������   th is act ion is io re- j u o n :���������; a n d  iiiaii of the \Pead Broke? mining company's ��������� g'\ng:<.   -  ire  c o a ii 4 cju 1 ct i" :< i ri h i ng g o o d 'ti I rr.  iwo-sivty Fifi-profjf  puiMinjr, .K-diFs rdo^k*. hetwe^a  tlio ?i-T';f. of .1   V,"ii\i-:- &: C> ������.p'l ^w������\ni������. & Co., ^harf  ,-f  W0N<r I.KK .t CO-,  Commission- M En cut ants,   }���������  k.. porters and  I'.saUls in  CHfXEr:^  rtOUl^, l^0';  S;i ���������;a r, T������fl. Fr; vi.- i'-������n -. ,S: c., O.rm"r<in t st rc������*, bet we'��������� ���������������  Go'i - rumoni- au \ U-hvd is ^i j- jei.-. V>teri������, V .1        ���������*  ������������������r.'^-';=s'3:iaJigatiifg*'> ���������WW"


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