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Y^TO THE EniTOB> OF THE^JGARrBOOSENTIK^,^
^' StBp^Your letter,: dated June'Stli/-', ff^m!
,x^ Onyx, "must nofe.beperniiitte.d to ^pass^ jwitb
I ojily^'fe^edttoriateifeitor^
tempted by the wnter^to excuse- adjudge for
exercising^rl}ifrujy|)|w^
la% "&d* prece&ent,^ biSthe^r^nffpf his s^
;jdr. educatjqii ��^d attaiiir4en,tsj *w^aqgl^tical;
^^wa^toK IrAa^^fa^^elii^
creek.    I^pijse ^the,sa^
i ^ight'-^eMrgedUhplaow
paid for'ffhis seVere!ceurse":6f stady and his cpa-
tention withc,thefniost brilliaiit iatellec ts of the
sj)eaii Paul, Redpath :and' Dr. Dpd.d, whose
prison-thoughts are ^^ne ettidy^ v^ere all highly educated menfwhoj apartJfrbm their aefcs
and dej3dSj.des^ry��to^
Educalioni^alen^^eyeA pain
ful probation through which;a Judge must
passjbefore a^rivlngrat a^eS^'^^jeA.beneh,^
; does not set 'aside' the higher responsibility
iinder-whieb-heilabors^f-dom
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sity 'for^ Wrict ^^ffice^on-tliei! part of the;
public to jealously watchi scctr^ sfleotid jAafe
;tainw^St3, tHatCmay'Fe turned ^y an ipaprpper
lisoinVo the 8ubversibn;df tlie very justice for
YwhichAe^>AS jobcffl, ?is^^oUy^����coiintaible.
A;gain, supposing that kludge Begbie impjer-
"sonates all the attributes mentioned:by^Onyx"-
and !&afeamon^tbe;;pooribut|hpnest^ miners
m< not one of them issufficientiy versed jn jurisprudence to rassume the right^pf: criticising-
the judgment of Mr.*Justic^JBe|toJie :f{ ^hat
then f Are they jto�� sutimlt^ to all manner jof
annoyance,extortion,injury^and losabecause
forsooth'JudgeJBegbie tells themiit'lslHis lawr^
Gofl fo^Jid^y; The laws of this ^colony fortunately ^tve;beey^junedj if, possible^ to' avoid
^hese ^ieroiicesv and ��� iftis lonly With the Administration of them: thatu^we Kayo tofSeal.
The rules ofjhe Supreine^Oourt, are on questions of title' to grpunSlfiouM by the .decisirjn
���- v ���'���' "���������'���'���   -������^"J--- ���������������������. y-Y'-."'- ������.-������. ���������>^ -.^���/���K.l.-'f ������: ���.-���,iy-.���,=������;{: ���^&��W&v>,i <i.f(lM^iftt;MV$& ^^^M^SI
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interested press' in regard to gdldfleldsingeii;
eral, and Big Bend in particular.- VAccording
to the 4afet.news> ^the 'Victoriatpress������ Jiab'/a|T
ready delivered^-a��v:m"buftfoi^out*6f"a-fmouii^
inthe accotinWof,the richness of this- El poj
rado^-BonH^yo^Minkfge
raiisthave been-a'ne'ws^aper editor in a gold
inining,coiintry?.:;r(Np personal reflections.)
;W��a��e;^
Commissioner.������Smitn's account"of what has
been taken out of Big Bend." JfeMlsviisMai;
:S374,000*i8* all that he is aware pf;ba^ingypm;e
Mt;:!^ijrty5^'en;^
extracted ^^ $70Q per
man.' AlthpughMMs isja nice little, sura j ^yill
it warrant aStampedeiof;;six'Xor seven thou-'
sand-miher^trjf'these.-diggings ?��� yAs the sphg
tells us, '* t&e^ne^will ;ease;their woei" l^e;.
at least have mo' ^ntentibii - to rush heedlessly
off from|vGaribop'IHstriet, dull Kas it is, until
th^iexteit andj-iehness of the Big'Bend mines
.js^eyo^^doiibt. CXWe have alreadyiseen;more,
;to^on^f^Iepfiant^,Jin4
pro verb,;/'tha\ "a: bird Jn;the, hand: is better
thanjtwojri theL,bush.?J. I -' t\J s \J
rvXt.conclusios9>>%w<)rd tp^ those who will at
all hazards^ecome^Big^ Benders^ befpre^seti;
|iiiig ^utihavej%. ce||alri %np wledgCb^S^r^
you a^e going;-arid iwhmoh, your journey do:
not be persuadeaio tiiratfack; remember Lot's;
^fe^>A*'^ot^
enrpute;tof.QaHbbp'^ifch;iis?camefe
to> jMrhey tdlTOlb'a^^ree^^^
dictu,Jj;turned,back a;t Beaver Pass.'   "Neve^
despair,J? traveller^ tojlfig Bfcid gsticktotlie
well knownj adage,, ^nothingibeati". a triaL^
If unsuccessfpl^lwouid 'say with Jacob Faittt-
ful when his mother, died,,'."betfer.^luck next
time;" if successful^Ips&tno ^me ia acquainting your frie^inCariboq p^-y ouF/good" luckf
and then, perhapsj IVfessrs^Editorsyryou'*will;
miss from Williams, Greek,- *,, d ,...
y Yoiir obd't servant/ -': 'X     .  ; "\
HONEflTUS ET PRUDENTIaJ  ''
��� Gamerontown, ,27thvJan'yj 1866.'; ?u    ,.   I']
POBJUSHEB >;EVBRY'.''M'OKDAT
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T" HE TERM^QF SUSioilPTIONhave:be^
^$|:P:B^mpn'tJi>Viiti;6irer.4M\ volbm'es^"orKow; Works'
haye|) con,only ^lately a^ddo d to, the circulating-1 Abrarjv
'and.more.arp-fspeqled
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proceeding ^before the case is he,ard)'Mdj then
^ is; obliged by law to 'talie.'it^ off again. ^Our
I Mining Laws dis^nctlyrstate " that an Appeal
f- from the decision; Qr3he;Gdlds06mmissionerys
,,Oo.urt.shall be final."-^hat 4o.es- Judge<Beg-
i bie say?VJiI can,sit-in the,Supreme Court' and1
after hearing the'^hote-3affidavits givea ver-
f di^t-for'de^nrlanta^^^e^
same,affidavits into another court, arid what
happens'^a Verdict for plaintiffs-   I ask is this
Law or Equity?   Of late it h^b^efcMiv Jua-
tice BegbieVcustprnJio dictate^to and even iri-
��ult, juries^telUpgrthem $ven ^befbrei a yerdrci
is foun^^at ^whajeveH?d^cisidrf
come tp^injfcte, qase^will fee; frustrated by
his almighty^ppweiv,' We are'a peaceful and
ja^i ih^ks 0|^;i^
?C9x��i^^ ;^ a^ipf Jud^Be^
public of an ancient ^monarch who; Bat wftti
^e 1?.99iPr��fptt?d vanity xiu the^sea-beach
and requested the waves of the s6a! to ieeede
at. ^^prbachW :t; X ��  ^ '^ '���    X *\'v - <
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Messrs.^ ^^i^J-^^e-TCceaUy'discovered
yoldMdsfpn the Big: Bend ofrtiw. Goliimbia
���river, at present^ttracting more^haWordinary
attention, present l-aa:-interesting subject,-on
which, gentlemen, with your permission, I will
hazard a few scattered remarks to the readers
*of your valuable���news|[apeK'"tirTt~^~"r~r
^Notwithstanding that' the; miner is ijeriiaps
}ne most unfortunate of human beings, suffering more privations and hardships than almost
Beems to follow him, an'd he rushes, at myth
fj��*M&to dimensions; fe^lsb 'SS
a gnat and swallows a camel," and stern exne-
use oTT/ W?J S?' .^fl?man, tterelno
u��eof denying it, ''their name is le^inn'^
country of all -otbers-��W.^a!Sl^S
SiwoH 0U?^in ?   ' Can ^ rational^eS
en lowed with sense at least on an averaeo
>���"* interested parties communicate t" an
one, oChis parishioners,*who never was known1
to engage inj any yeligious eonversatioh, .so3
strongly was, he.: affechedi to /things Vearthlyt
Mr! Parriiley called one day to /have a talk
With hinjii PMe wishedrtto have ihe^Yminister?
walkWer hisTOllicMtiy^ted'fa^
quest was complied wlthi ^ter loolang at his
stoek.^nd! cropsj he waited for ^ani apportunity
to .change ihei subjectvto>things;of a religious'
nature.:' Atlastjthe minister thought the time
had'arrived/ when, he saW^ ;?All4Siese;things;
;ajegopi,indugh^&
lackest one thing.?^^yes5 yes,7Lsaidl th^farm-'
err "a gb6^art,^and ;P|^ We^4t, too," The
minister.ga^^iit,up";i ,,>i. L* '-r "   , v
JES* If you want to save money get your
���Newspapers :and Magazines fromfe 0. Gh&K-
son&Co.,.Bodksellersjfgtatipners1 and ISTews
Agents, N^^stimnstep; who forward papers
by mail prjiitpress: to all^parts of the Colony.
:-!?i!^-A^iiua^x.>d6'&fc^
among ^the? yncurable ;^disea^Sj $ M^rcpbomT
'mizizarisj Abdelkader,HippoWmusi;' Potato Sot|
Hydrpi^fco,Inflammation^
b\e{ Religions,;^Agery��i&^ ShajaaTQuaker visits^
anil aU kirids of Annivofsaries.
4 i ^^p^ere physjwMan^ensibili^ 5to|!danger
does5 iiot'cbffltit'uti&^pu^agdr pearly all brave
men have been/finely organized^ and therefore
ofrnervpus;teinpera^ment.Y /��� Julius Gaesar. was
nervous, so was Bonaparte,. so was Nelson.
The Duke of Wellingtoni sawaman turn pale
aafhejnarchecLupito_a battery.^i'ThayZ;said
he, -^ia a brave man }��� he knowVhis danger, but
faces iti,r:ri" "'���";' :'P'[ "<��� ''���'P^pPX.XX-p:'ii.'Xii
W.P^Mbsesf has;just leased the premises
lately occupied by D. J. Dixonj! in Barkeryille,
where'he intends carrying, 6h his, old business
of ferber and Hairdresser. THis arrangements
are not yet completed ior supplying his Hair
Invigorator. "He invifesa call from his old
fttends:aa#pa^diisoU-.''^n C V'i?KXl5*;.-.
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""'i f::'p.      \ ;.DEALERS -IN * '  ' ".  ." 'J-.'X ,.   -
CLPHIMr&'DEY GOODS
A la^e'supply;pf ^i&
L.-ifi.'.i.w��,x.;,-.*1.-.y;; ':���>,.
THE BANE?0F      ;    Ui1 ":   '
^'}i^Il SOYad >��;(;i(i>ii.;' ���   f ������
:El, Mp^nGvEWs;
BARKERVILLE--Adjpinlag the Express Office.
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M.Yff. XBLAGEMi^i
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BARKERVilJliE H BRE WlfWfS
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A Beautitol .ExPERiMEOT.-^-If an acorn be
suspended by a-piece of thread to "within half
ianfinch' pf some water contained in a hyacinth
glass.and so .pejfitted...to remain without being disturbed^ it will in a, few .months burst
and throw a rob i do wh into the water, and
flhopti^^^.'jLttftajper^' stem^with beautiful little green Ieayesv j' A'young oak tree,
growing in this way on'"':.a mantle-Shelf of a
room, is a very interesting object.
��� YWhy i^ the toothache like ah unanswerable
argumentV" Because it makes people hold
their jaw.   ..: :.=':.;' '
'-fSt It jou want good Cofee use Feirg.   .
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L. .MOUTTEt & CO
WHOLESALE is RETAIL '
C0I1SISSI0I1EECHMS
RICHFIELD, Williams Crbefc; B..CJY fl-P-.: Y^
British
��� vyu*\ y^j Eay^u^HED'jiir'isafc^*%^uf"*'.{'���
tPi^l&n&s: 7, i��T,:' HELENS PLA^JBi^ND^
;" DRAFTS ISSUED, on" London^ New;York,-V San Frim -.
feIscp,*'Carii>do, Canada- ^ewBruhswickf'KdraSGoUa,
anjdoir aU^fehe ;3ranches;bf>;thevM^
land and Pj^noialBankiOf^rela^dtl y ;p}ii'XfXl''t
X rBills of Exchanged aadl G-bld^urchaseBt.'
Interest on Special Deposits of Money allowed at;t&��
rate pf, ^goar;te,r,of pamper cent^iper ,mou^i'r| :|-f;Vi* i ���
. GrOLB:Dusr Melte<irand Assayed,./and- roturna' zaa4#
within 2Chours in.jCoin^dr Bars.- vCv ,V..":
��� Oreslof every desM^tion:carcftiily ABsayed/ Vr'' '.":
. N.^Bi~Ariy instructions a& to th'e disposal otihe(proceeds of;���told<pastiforwardetl to theofflcoia>Victoria
Xor/Assaylwiil P e earifuily Attended: to Yr
^Victoria^V^ I
>      ;J.;<3. SHEPHERD, Manager.
rApra^ift8ftr'!>* y;;y^���:V" ��� y; J-s*r'/;;
;B/A;R;N-A--R;ib^S;
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ti<mhecting at iiiilooet ^and;^ie:Wim;'l)ifETZi&
-  - -'- NELSONS for New Westminster^ Victoria^ "3  t
W"^HX;ARRIVB;;aK1)0EPAR^ "ih>in/thi office ia
Barkerville,:/to connect'with the steamer''Enterprise" at QaesQ el mouth; !nnd" the 'STAGES at'Soda.
Creek, iEVERY WEEKi conveying TSBAacta; Letters and Valuables foriall parts of ��� tlienvorld; .Also,
Commissions received, and-.forwarded,,by Express for
the collection..ofJKgtes^iBjUs-drid^ i��-
cies to tie obtained at Kew Westminster,0 Victoria, Saa
Francisco or enrputo, ana returns ma d e wi th- dispatch 1
Y-.;. ..'. ������"��������� JOHNrB.- LOVELL,'     ^.
.?*s XPc"-       .;Yy.YYY...;- YA^n^.Ba-rkenriU^','-;'
7E HAVE OK HAND a large stock of Provisions,
Y Hardware and Vegetables, and are detcrT;
mined to sell them-cheaper than; any other store on
Williams Creek. Come and see and judge for yourselves. ���
''RlohAeld; "May. 6th, 1866. ,-��� U,X.,-.ls--..'i
JAMES   PUrlDiE,
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RICHFIELD.
HENRY   SCHORLING,
.....;'���   ....    van WINKLE,:
Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Clothiiigv&c.
^ST Stabling for Horsw; Hay, Barley and Oa-ts-al-
; ' - ,';\'',Tte���uh^lri^Lft*^^r^�����te^:7!r,.''���    ,
GLEAN BLACK; SiNK^BLQlnJ^; AN2>
'^: i [ .;���;;'pX, PANNINGS^y "������."���;;;��� y.
On Commission, or will, purchase, a'n^quantity ob fiie
i-. ;���.;<- v'^MosT'i4B^i;-^risRMSy;ait thV\;L' t-..-..;.
. ���;' -��� ������ ��� f > ��� ReaoUng: K^m,:; Oamerbn|pn, \f
The Subscriber is well known: on; Williams Creek, and
from the confidence: reposed. ��in :hini- last' Fall iii the
above business, he hopes: to reoeive the patronage i��f
the Mining coniniuaHy .itui' ensuing season.���: f..;
s- '��� ���"��� .JOHN BOWBOJ?:
p-;:pp^
yBIO- BEITDi BRITISH COLtrilBIA.;
DURING THE MININ^iEASON:the nndeisigns4
will be prepared to MWssts Surveys and transtfrfe
a General Ag��fi��7 Bwiaoea. JOHN MORRIS,
1-s Ciril Bsi'iaM*
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���e��awr��H��mnnra ���������������������������-.'.-���������.&������������������  /  Baem  :*?& ,���������..-': .-���������- % ���������-. *���������& -..! :..���������.- i ���������?. ���������$&:���������?<��������� i. ajhv&n ������������������'-���������#**������������������--��������� ���������<������������������������������������ ���������>��������� '��������� w* ;   ������������������-'-* -g- ��������� - ������������������ ���������  :A  f{t.<  X -fkL,  ��������� -IJC:    ������������������--���������-  i-;o  {Special-Bispatch ��������� to-th<f Gakiboo -Sentinel. )  ���������   West. Point,7'May-2901, 186C.^LieutJ Geri."  -.< %V^Seotfcdied this morning at five minutes past  - H   ' eleven.   At Saratoga the new Congress Hall  -^as^destoyedCbyifiretms morm^g;-total loss  ." $2OG,QG0,*msuraniefM0Q,QOQ^ the'-hotel;was,  ,;to havebeenopened on Weduesday morning:  Fartherilfcintj^  .quotations; arrivals of the week 60,000 bales,  ,joiy IJriday 600(L. Brea'dg]tufi^ were: ibeing .re5?  stored, but dullness, continued, .with rumors,  of heavy:'to^ensionB^tiV'erj^j6pt-;, The:Austrian-Prussian difficultyUs unchanged.    The.  .CKine of;Prussia r^ce^ltemade^aspeech,to the  '   rerH^sentatives, of the "Protestant authorities,  sayirig}iilh^^^  tions, but:there.'i^a'^itufttioiirin which peace,  ���������  cannot possibly^hevjnai&tained Jbrv securc<l;at  ��������� any price;"   I have' a, full.knoMedge.of my  ^ ;-grave - respdnsibiUtiyJ * and "shall 'pursue with  corindence the (course imwhich God pleases to  nor did thay.-'effectimuch;f- Ona 'battery on  shored ��������� mbutlting: two heavy :jgu^ ]^lew; liiy  but itywas] notvascertained whet^r/eaiisecl by:  a shell from tlie enemy' or froijl qthericausei  Callao itself is not injured. -.-Atg sundown thje)  whol0?Spanishifleet withdrew ignominiously  to their anchorage, off- San Lorenzo^ the Peru-  vAns blazing away\bravely as thejj retreated^  Number killed an&wounded amohgithe Spaniards is, estimated at ^500.     ^   -,     < ;i,'Z    '-J,      ^  t iCMc1?gtf������2Jii^  Canada, last night,* crossing the Niagara<River  about four miles-below Buffalo^ about 15,000,  sltd&gj^ai^  to resist attacks';They are, ^eoinmanded;by\  GoVfBXXZ: Stagg^ and-a %ol? ironr Nashville,  jTenncsse. f< The] troops; are> eomposed of i y 61-  unteers" front the west andv southwest; ] The  jerbssingi was effected^l^tea^.tugs and cana]'  boats, a^jGrreat excitement':prevails, in Buffalo;  and 'Canada West. Reporfe indicate maye4  meats byJ'Fenians from! Rochester^ Buffalo: and  other poto  edV^ggpns are re?adyj������' go out.   Someof bur  merchants went out yesterdajr^to seej'ihe^tate  fif t^rbidj|tney| report tba^otbm������ cms be  dQneJunftl th������; water 'falls ; c^aderably^Bnd  then i| willitake sqme|;days f&put the ro������d in  repair:so;that waggons- can pass over^ itajjain.  Foot'passengers can get.]alou������r, b]y a trail that  runs much higher up. ������ Thejriver seenis tobe;  on' the fall since yesterday, ahoV has fallen two  feet, v": The -steamer Reliance amye]d^his nf brn^  ing-ftdm Eme'rys *BarJ^SjrhewTsHe. fias^Seen  waitlng-since Sunday^^on atscount.Mthe weather  ,and drifting timber inr the river J - sheiileayes.  'to-day 'for^NeW'.Westmirister.]>l ���������.-,i?.? Ut\\   '������������������ "  ^Latest ^^ate;dispalKJhe3]feiv^a'ibto^^  WJI. Sut toii^frem ^w;W^tmiaster^nndunc^  ing the .dea&bf.j Gem Scott:/all the/nMaeri^Hu  flags: in town are^haltoastjf irM&o,^ that;the  Peniaiisjhad invaded Canada; Jheavyvfigh|m^/  "''���������JS^anfeSBriti^  'CAMEROpO WK, U3 V  his;SEGAKa;and -IirQ0OR^ > <The'Or^h'Stm"1'^'  NEW ^AinnERTISBMENTS.  brings dates.to .the 20tti.-.^; Consols, closed at'  gene rail yame hanged.'; Cotton sales 5000 bales,  . w.diilLwilh-Uttle'.enquii7', ^re.wjeklyreturns  "'  '6f'tne BauJ������,of England are the most extraor-  -,��������� -x vate securities.':  Itiis;unprecedented amount  proves how cenom6us^^a^been^the^refflttre'  ' " *bv want of ac'commo'datioiiL on account of the  * "panic" throughout the counjbty; a great.deal of-  '~ precautionary.howV  *iYi?~>������mru.^ _        __        _   "-���������'" "���������     "'���������'"   '��������� v"      ������������������-"���������.-"'"'���������   -"'"^."v '   ' ^T--.���������'.   < ;��������� 7i:' >-l       *  will '^^fiEciivro;^  S-SISTA'NT COMMISSIONED OF LANDS^ WORKSi', I  3?/*-  ���������-..^. ri;  .- ��������� -r r^p: T&jia o>cix)e^  fe^the^l^rromnff:?\^'ica^^  sa:  ' sure-  southern line failed } iwill get: furttoer^particii^  ' la^\sd\ni^Q^KiftiroR.]' '&-.-^^:]3>i#^.:]'; ���������::. -. X$X;:'  ];^  bune^ -from:; Seympiur,^May ^Gth^ gays iffiiie  rSn'gTbbkedior steamer^iarten- arrived at out  little] town 4^ w vaft^mpqi^y at asiac/rjp'clock-- -. iSis  sl^dr^ tnear 'ehep was ^^et^^ath ^ volley  ^i^anyifi;^n$.]ii^ hearty ]  jSjheWits;ariid^i ^iger5from ihe^oys-pn^ttie beecpiP  p/n^Martehi is^a fee^tifotmb^delf UBd^strong;  ^Bh^vtejKS^gspffi^^^ rgreai] credit  on the designer; Mr.s Trahy, and -the: foreman,  Mr. Thompson. r The f engineer,: Mr.] Suffrehy  ]time Jhe;steamer.] arriye^at.. Savauak: Eerry.  the boilers and! machinery {were placed, the  wneel] built, and steam on ready to make her  trip on the day ^x^msSP^byA the Go vernm enfc  Sh,eleft:Sayana?s -^eri^onj'Saturdfty^vening^  at' five o'clock, reached Kamloops/at half-past  ,     ' 3000 ifes. best Golden Gate Flour;>  ;seven\- where*, stie ,lay '* last * liight, left next '���������  ]V ^������������^, 'a������     SP^M'^P^  morning]at six, and arrived to-day at; 6 ]p. ^m. -^   -^  lt������is!lb'elieyed';thM'8he^w^ boa|  in;British,Co^imbia -waters/' , The>news from;  ihe^mine^'' ifSot ^ery encouraging isMpt^uite  sp'ytdiseouraging:as];r^ceived; a^fewj'days, ago.'  The"water is stili^tod"high'to admit* of much'  ^rklti^ngdojne.^ ^Eomanp^imili^i^nearly]  Completed] and"wilUbe; sawing-in; a ^^r] days.;  The following-is, :from: the ? private^ letter  of a man belonging to Yale; who'writes from  Steamboat Landing, Columbia river^'under  dat^6fMaf;23ro^:^TO;lex^  17th fbr^irl3y^sil^andi% ^bver rthe 'government itrail, _ whichX is, i now impassable - for  animals.   For 11miles the snow^ lie's from one  nVHOLESALS AND, RETAIL ..DEALERS"Wa'ti '  *>lt  %>te\  ~;T   \i  KINDS.OF  y*i%%g,n  '.'t-  FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES  HIf>������  SHOESJ  L'i.'iilCr.^'- il'-U:*;  r.^*2|i  is  ���������%���������:*&  ^eg^i������SjMfe]atte]ftt^  '���������������^6-tKeir full'"asabrfcihent of gTJPERIO^"GOODS ' ���������  W-r/h-r-Mi  ^.which'win:'be"sbld": ^->*X-  m*  Mrr-'fvnf "^j^  do   .���������!��������� Dre^^^r/CalifbrniaBacbni'^]\ *;i  . do i >   Bayos Beans; i( v/1'"'''"*' 't'   ��������� -ru  ���������00    .do ;r. No. 2 Sahdwich^Is/'fiugarjSW';,,]  ^ -100 . vdd;, /Dried Apples,:,..'-,: ?- 4 fiA^ftX  ' --'200 -do".-.*itfc \fvfPK[ '\,v:^-v :X ���������  200  250'  do  do  fto make room.for ja^rNEW STOCK to5 arrive so'soon������  ��������� >-.^' l-^-ttrf'' ^-* the JRoa(Js are open*,i ^ v ;-^������t. *#  ? c<^^'Liberif ttll6w'a^ce^wiil>1^  ;ReBtanraht^and Hotel Keepers and the"Trade''geiieralir  ^on lar^^^^'^t *r >r  -- ������������������������  :���������"**'"';'-*'������ scr.*'l - ���������  -Jrish^Bairkers ''tts-m-measrj^^ by  reported waterrfrom thence to^Frerich Greek- 13'������miles  ,Ianding,;.16 .miles by> Indian3;:-|rdm>yKirby,s  : Some- addiMonal|Suspe43i6Hs, -are-  'among London Baaiers^-includlHg the ,Orien-  ���������'���������"������������������; rtal^d]Commercial1fi  ;   *��������� land^Banld^Assbjcmtion; ^Messrs. ;Dwyer&'  Co v Indian UotioriJMerciian^ Europ ean Bank  6fv&ondofc/Suspfetidett*6ri^  fM ,000^00,, Efforti'% a  *J^Sttl:1beingiiiade by'Fr^peJ EnglanoV, and  ^Rijista^iDul^^tni.littie'^ 'Lord  Clarendon^ in the House ^f ilwdsV MrnKtecl  ;   that:conndential< c6mmunicaUbni were "passr  &jnghetweenthe^Governments;nbutithat there  were little hbjifes of a-peaeeablesolution.tla j  The latest,dates,5via^ueep^wn?^are Lonr  , don, Ma^Othj?reports cpncern^^a;European  ������ Congress%re*'conflicting ^ohe^s^hority says  Austria] has, declined, another ^ays neither  .Eussia,^Austria ribr.Italy had-^et been offici-  * a!ly addressed; ? Paris Bours^-flat \$rentes 63f.  30c.   Itis rumored; that ;a san^riarycbhflict  had\!taken' 'plaW between >the j-Turldshv jw.d  Moldavian troops. . r. "J     .,  San Eranciscp, June,"2nd.|--]A banquet in  m>ii> :rt-P.. :H \\ar\Wt\lii pUniramo ''A nfawnnn ��������� 'MiniaJ  \ n  2tonsbf,Na'ttfi^lHay;   y "  UA  1000 fts. Barley-;   h������-->    "ib C  . fV, (^000;Jfes. Potatoes-j>,r f       .        ' , ? f  ---v;iypop,.^^^ip^.; tr^'tppx^jif, r*v;>f-*i -pi*  - Pix^als'wiUlalso be recoived ibr tho supply of :V-  >-.t P.i^ite of>*oof.���������' \ V. ' V-'. .' ^: '-f ' - ? \ ���������  ^Tenders' to state, what-price on foot' delivered'aC'Cofc  tpnwoocl Ranch; ot{ killed and delivered on the work be-"  ^ween Cotton wood and Jtichfielcl '������������������*: if .o'n>foot ani mala hot  to exceed, soa^fes;* net; - - "tl - ��������� '; '< *?< '��������� - "'\-  t Thei above ar^oles are ^> be all of fax* best'descrrptibii;  ^Billiard Table ou the. Creek;,the Liquors  ?vt  f'Ht j^tid feigars are.offtlie'fihest^ality. ^', J   j  '���������^ , -���������-'-' - :"   -���������   v-" *    "   '"     '���������"���������-������������������     f, /��������������������������� ; :��������� :���������"���������    ���������������    ���������;-������������������������������������:������������������ i. f. ���������������������������-!'.������������������-������.���������*; ������������������������������������    .--. :  hi  .ii.-r -i^;v'1>^:!-;.,������-.:.v.:>!.ai:.  iean'Mriister^^a|>an; yvas giveuy|aSt e]yen-:  ing by the: p]rliieip^  citv;'-:-       " - ; ?��������� t   .-'..    :'. '  "'/  ' c_t t   ���������;.,:.. ;'���������_ .  -   The] B;*M;;|SjJp?p^^  whichlef^BSnal^^M^ 19th, *wB8rS; she<cpn-i  nected wifc steamer^ leaving ��������� New York: May  1 itfr, arrived early?this; moniihg f ^e]!brings  late: ne ws front: South 'America; ;/^ extra Isr  suedr fi|pni the office'bf the Panama ufMorhing  Chronicle' contains details of the action of the  Spanish fleet' on ��������� the town of Callao, and its  rep lilse by the gallant Peruvians.   The attack  wets made oh the 22ndJ   The 'Chronicle' says:  Action.-: commenced ,.at noon; on the 22nd,* the  ; Peruviansffiring:the first shot. ' The Spaniards  attacked-the. bakeries in two JLines? the Villa  4������ .Madrid, Blanca^ and Berengiiela taking the  foi'tsrtb the norlh, and the 31imanciii, A.lraari-  cia and Resolucibn these to the south.of the,  towrL   Early in the engagement S shot"struck  the Yillajie Madrid, cutting asunder the steam  pi p e'. and p. damaging ] her "badly.;"-] after about  t\vp hours firing ano.tHer shot .penetrated the  hull of .the Berengula,^ making ia tremendous  hele^;th^i|^h^wbdch:'^ie water'rushed in arid  ahe'ldbked like going down; buyjhey, manage  ed to careeri her ^nd., iiatipli]he������ up sufficiently  to drag her soon away from the scene of action,   -The.Blanca showed no-indications of  making theJwhole distaiice frbrn"]5Seymouf it������]  French(Jreek-iSS^iniileSi j !ThJe^:igbld en the  Columbia river is .fine,] and but; littler prospecting done.   There is'gbid running through  the'������p,untry butthe quantity is]pettofee;ascer]-  tairiedl > The^claims that^were" working last'  August andSeptembei* ;are.now Aoingrnoth-  ing.^ If something; dpes^ hot- Jura * up iff the  shape of -good elaims or a'gobjd 'prosjiectr  there will iipt.be^ inany'meni]^left in the couu-  try.   The Yale pebpleare all sticking to the  cbuntryh| Steambpat ^LandingV is\ two ;^niles  belbwr������)eath Kapids.l From Death Rapids to  French Creek 22 mflesj there d-re^twb houses  er:log; cabins; the ; one ;openf and -the offier  closed.   The" country is thickly timbered. The  weathe^ is :very chai^afo^  mountains Woni two]! to ^three1 inches during  the time we were crossing.>if The trail is a  goodvone"j pr^will be when tlfcsnow is off^the  grounds \.������br\f&^^^^^<glitall^^(iek ] to ] the  country unliii;4riven putvb^- the show.    Mr.1  MQbeH^ald :^^iy%^:<d^^^U\^j fem^^tl;  open up the country] A to ��������� i the rhines.    Good-  prosjpects struck on a gulch falling into McGul-r  lough?s Creek.; y^There * was! also some excite--  merit on French Creek about some new discoveries there. ->The Muriroe^co^y have' taken  out $1200' this ��������� season. % Men were leaving  Seymour daily for the mines;,   At last dates  packing was done to the 21 mile house for  six cents'a poundi^-r: XrtfX;������������������::iJ '���������'-.-���������,. ���������.../.. ���������".  Eraser Rfver has risen now considerably  higher than.' it has J been any previous year  since 186*2; at this town it has risen at least  40 feet.   An immense quantity of timber has  Tenders to state the; (price * for cash' on del j V^ryj ^oFfpr  Bills at 60 days on Chief Commissioner of Lands and'  Works at;New Westminster^ ��������������� f-^::\:l^^f-,-^.^i '  ';. ;Teh'der3:tb be' endorsed.'^'Tenders for Provisions "Cot-i;  .tonyiwbdiaaidJRichfleld^ack'V''- ������������������^i'ytt ^^ftK^^ v'|  >f,The lowest:;praiii^  iKkhtield^Jime:9thiS  '���������frnrii:t^^^'ii"-'^f^~fhii6*v^iX'A vli������ ^> ^f'%\.  The Steamer ,v Enterf rise'  ] MONDAY &'���������' THtTESblY:MGiisiKGs;  y^ixc,-- it������  H}yi-  ���������H't U--  ponfcecting .^  -.i*:���������^Wednesday's' trip' down and Thursday's trio up.  WILLI A  S'-D^W:]E;li^?"  '7w-?r*fti^XI..?;:  -V-.r  egs't6v^fotmVhis.]x3ustombj^  ^U jpubn c generally tha t: lie' in tends to furnish theni  BEEF ORvMDTTON;; so soon"as,packing is practicablei  **V^heir. respective claims on iho' diabreidt'creeks, or  residences/at the Mosr Bka60xablb Kaibs.th ���������';'!>������������������ i't.)  -Van;WinkleJua������ 11th, 1866^ ;  ���������:  DURING THE PRESENT^WEEK W^eami&t; to^  :ccive and,open a;Firsfc Class stock of BRAND NEW  --.-���������.-��������� ;GOODS^:comprising ;r:--;;:( iv-.-P^ ''  J;V: Ki' j oi, ,w if l;;w p^x. ^ -.  _ E&miNP^RM *HE MERCHAKJTS iNDfEUBltc:  tO ;pf ;Wi.lliairi9jprf ek that ,hejs prepared, at tbe short,  est ���������'notice ���������- to'remoVo goods of. every description' witti  icare;betweeh^the town's:of Richfield^: Barkerrille and  Camerontowh.,at; reasonable rates, v >n;, ���������������? -.,?{?0"~  ... Richfleld, May 21st, 1866.      i .^   ^'.; a    ?,  -k  -.],]R U B B E R  B O O^'S''^:-- -;^ii  GOOBYE^R'S  NO/ 14 EtJBB^ ^COiiT^  . . , -';";;;:; 'COAL OILi&G.,'&e.t **:,-'.''//:?  been carried dowrirby the ��������� flood, rendering  steamboat navigation very dangerous.    The  steamboat Lillooet only came up as far; as  Emoi-y?s bar on Thursday last, finding it very  hazardous to proceed any-further; she came  all the way up however yesterday without  accident; it requires the greatest skill to steer  a vessel up at]present   The Kelianbe stopped  at Emoryfs Bar yesterday.   The waggon road  between Yale and Lytton has been -eonsldeN-  a^l^d^ttg^'/^tliombiioae^s, Iii mile post,  the river has inundated' the road;     Mr. Barnard lost two horses by drowning there yesterday.  All of which; have: b e_en; roost carefally geieiRtad&ttii-������tU-  bo sold at the LOWEST. RATES. .:,>-���������     . "'���������' .i     ���������   - "v  .We cordially invite a call i'roni oar -bid. meads and  the public generally. ,..,������,  " Bar^rymo/B/a/juue^lg^ T0DDl* 'C0"  ko^0;"^?^11 lotot HaRbwarb, ; Paints.&:Oiis] on  band, for salo at 50 per cent. Below Cost. '      ' 9-2iii''  ^        hit era miss        -  Bakery and Cofie������ Saloon  ;   RICHFIELD,  ,   ...;,,..���������  JACOB HEINSON, Proprietor^   tiff  Bread, Pies and bakes constantly oil-.hand."  rif^X^:. ;:OA3^pNTOWN, ft.  :'};: ���������;,; :]-Gfefr?U t^^^^  There isino distillei^kepfc'iii,'ihfcestaDiishmenV  and strychhiiie and rot-^ut find ho place^herey s  ''tEVTS&Ji- EVENING; *:/]"PW  ''���������Iff   r,-;'.":���������.-*(<���������-'.'������ -'. ������������������ !���������  .s    '   t.,  '.;'.'���������''^-tt'r-   '   ''':':'t  ���������'������������������������������������:;'��������� ������������������:**���������".'.��������������������������������������������� AT.THB.' ���������      ,     ' ������������������  ������������������'���������;������������������.'���������..  Flsfi 10:K'sii:0-tt  ;l^LOTlfe;������.fBis5 ^RPIS(3a6REAN,Af?������?  ilMnv'ited to Call andedjoythemselves, when a p>������*%  welcomowill 1)0extended.     'i;i ;;   :.'.'''.l,L1 :];.  :=j������r.The bestdf Wines, ^Liauorsiancl' SogaTSj  aod-.tiood Orderohserveil;-i:!:;. . ' "~ .���������������-:.- "* "*'��������� ;; '' "  "1 MARTIN & COOK, ?rop'?8. ,  Yale, 6th June���������No thing of importance in  town" to-day.    Business seems at a stand still  . rv i --mf ������������������ ������������������ i ���������      re m    ������on account of; the road being still impassable  having been struck.   The ships-attacking the between the 17 and 19 mile posts, from the  bouthcru;batteries ^vere not hiueh; aainaged,j overflowing of the riverr-A number of load-'  .,  BARKERVILLE],'].],':.'.' 'XX', ff-f,  t .������������������ dealers IN      ;.' \.   '������������������)   ..'.'���������   ..-������������������;_;  ssorted Mevchm&iz/e  "SVholesah and Ketaih    ,;. :  ]i]i;  BARKERVILLE, .;,:,;;;  rrHis'HOUSE'^S'BtfiN. :'HgwXr" FmfM  1  the Restauraiit pHiicipIa\wJth>,Vfew10.the.������,|''  of Chepu1)lie,'ahdwill ho conducted inanianncr ^  ensnre tho, satisfaction of those wUo are disp������^u  jayortho proprietors with their patronage. ';  -Meals at all Hours.  Good Beds*  ' -':  ��������� ^r/rheBarisfuraishodwith th������ l)CsV*ol������0������  Liqiiurs aad.Sc'sar*,;,,. ., . .,... ,  ������������������;���������>���������}   ':���������   ;|::  * 1-12  -���������?���������������/?*-'?,*������������������������*���������>  ���������tf*.  ;tt ^MONDAY? JUNBTlJf 1866. t;, .  v 1  ^picin^audTeTO  Tohtihetcojy;:;3^fc^ol;hydr1������iio  ���������f*?'7������.:.  3?tf'  , "Tfi������������reat-J^vpQia^]diiu^in::tii6- creek  -are how in .working order; arid ini a fair] way!  ^fci^n^p^jm^ne^^  i' legg ifee a favorable/effect -on^therdepressed  PS^iu;  i' .������������������*,',-.:-; A'  ���������r"v.(  i'Wilita  %;��������� :  the.canoh, haW&ll^tafted^^a^  r hibttah activity,Equally;iaa#cfebririg/ as..: the]  'J creek ^lainw^d^rrt^ "'";;' > jJ������,- "  Y We are^asc6nisti8dJ *that ?; 8"6: little attention  j X, aas,^en^ direote^^^e-  \ t .'* upper portiph/pf Jw^ "the  ir/ Spring*of that year^hundreda^f ShaftB %ere  p j'suhl^'andftiraM  : J^abpye/Richfleldilbiit IwitHttui* ���������success];iti was'  naturally isuppoieijibanj!������that; the; iead^ijffip  not extend\ iurj]ier;]u^  zf&&.'Dftwfife'^laim/vlflie-cOMe^^c^was^ Itliat  ?' the 'ff^S^y^JA\-^^^i^ ftbfpre*(&e��������� eticj  of July;; ^er^we^S^w companies; however who founfrprbspec^  themWc^tJi^  Y ]iaveworkpd lijea^ily Mhceieason^after seasoiij:  ;:taking out gbo<^  '^laim^hic^^^  \?$res^ht.$bW  i^|W^e;>cto  Havekotftirl^  and are>niakihg;go^o:]fprbgress cbrisidering the  nature: of'tlie grdtifi&j ^tHey%ave not cleaned  lip ^fe-Consolidated co^havevruri'a^unnel  intpthe lull-ah^iat adistaricebf 60feetsWcfc  netrwheel  ^fBarker co^preparing Ho^M^b, sha.fi arid  fp������:ffg'ditDh.^rThe 'creek claims"; between:  ^c^a^er^nd^iboo^co^B are laidovertifl  ^completion of; the Boft RdckvDrain^pThe  -Auroras co'v 'arevrflnnrterk ftv ha kin ma cUA'a "���������*&&���������.  tfl    .$fe  )R;fl'00DS.'!  Si!  been bbtaJRed, thelownersrof Which expect to;  ni/%afc aleBSt airtfuhce- a'^ay toHthe Hand.:  De';made{o,  ra'de'genmllf  ;;The^creek forties a]fr^e]this^dihthasRever,  'beeCpfd3p^d,'an7d^  r ranee there is no reason 'to.- dptifct������that ;gpod  diggings will befbuhft ."on tKe']!^teni' bink;^  ���������-;great many 'strangersJand' othem coming to  Yithis district within ;th%  VBig;Ben4;add^i^j# ?re������  commehd^to go aftd examine; thisf Jpcality^ahd'  Judge for.themselves.^ -It is true the Bed Rock1  r^hi me^Wo^are^entitled ^15  will b e -.washingagaIii, m 't^er pejurse .of % pr 10  ^a^^Walsbii 00$ liaye' fieen^ffiKhihg iftiin^  nervdqwn;] strea^  vieV of ;:tfi;^ibg;$&/"ohiarinel,. they have j just  got through and" gej^gpod ^i^eo^zr^^^  .oo'yjwashed up yesteTrdayJ8 buiices.^A^ti'a::  liah bd'y?still^Wa^hihgtbp'gravel^^^^ahd making  wages.���������Welch p6/y;^^ Bed JIock  ! Di;aih.~CaHfiobv]cpjy,: during the ��������� high.stage  .pf^theiCreek this ,cp;y ^ndeavpre7d-tp .^uinp; out  :ifchejr^lbwerY8liaffej. 5 andialthouglif; they ^hadi'a  pump at W^  pfwa^r;^inu^w^  $nji&^"c^kh$  managed to get down 47. feet; ^ar^nbWiputi  ting^ ia an additional pumpi^-Lillooetco^y|are  their e*found; *"arft "nfi\rwi ihTfi"1 ��������� i;^ rt ^^V ������* u������. -  ..     ..  .  w ���������.   "3flN^'vGTJLCH.      -    '" ���������    *'������Jlf ,,  ������f W^^^c^t^rb:tnb 'onlvjclaini  ftt^SKfl*'- g������lch. 'This bomgi^are1  i named^ fbM^iey^haveYb^en steady^  T^e3(an^e gpld^undisv^ cotrs^: the'  ^������aid weii m^mmim-um km  fi^ ^*|^%]8:bemgrpufc^  flashed they;e^ept:tbidb)well^;  0fthis;^l<ij,hd1yt^  day;and;got a prospect of $2'io 1fche panj^-i^  0. 5-��������� ^^: l:c#)lt;jCpa?S ^,f;; l|;|  ;T|4:>Pprtipn pt^fhe^pr^eMabout whicfesd  ated above whatf3s;caUed: the little canon, and  abTOt^;tope^;1fr^  lftto Antler^.;, It cpmmetf ce^t"a point near the-  .teis^oreek|cldm, rafidOie^ iii^ntlfii  i^^m������$J&S Tshares/T^e^^oW1  Of Whom-frafce Chmkrndn -���������:v������Aiw������^...-vv"1??.  sour  as-'  annel^as vla^x^u^)/^(M^enteririff  ftlf fvnm   tho'/flo f :'mW r������K :*1:vriil������������,'ii. -"/xi'I P  lowgrpu^jiresehisife  sev^a^aCTesj;whlch;:has aU^^n^fur^d'o^e^  ���������iKncrr;'  ������ftbWJfi  theLiquoB  Y.Y Yi-'"Y V  .���������t*iV>14i  Ki������������;  lYiYYS  'BSTApFS.ffl'  3%Y-r  - and ^enchesiavaila^le^Vp^ After  ttie-laxe tt unexpected Idlscoveries' oirc Grouse  creekf^whb^np^^w^  ..'little ^fpspecj^/on/th'is^^ all tlje,  creeks' in.:rGayi')jpbi;' % I ' ��������� X . .,J / ",/, .'������������������,.', {'  ( ',San ^^uaii ��������� co^, 13 shares:; this tto^s ^grbund'  is' located'bhithe" east btfhk of the Pcreek iieaB  the pjdCpjraskinclaim^  "since y 186 3] f it-.has' never paid'^ss than wages,  ithis^seagoli it ^expected -better pa^'will- bi  taken "out; the .^company; are -bust' ground  .8.luicmg������~Nicholspn::-&'Bradw  shares, .6,men-at^work ^this^ claim^pays irom  ;^ieti^k������ei^  fdjfe'eper than vthat nbf ^theYpreek :|.JtheL' 'goldi js'  ivery cbarse, we saw % Apiece that < was taken  |put;a: i few^eeks l.^|t-iW(Bighii^%i'6i^^id  pownie :c6m% >hares; % Wn\, at wort* J start*  hing; an- iuclfhe.'f/this". grbundr still pays .good  fwages;^^r^it^Againvcb;yj; 4 ^ha^esrlaio: 6yeri  fto;2M%jul������^^  Tyearsf and; from wnich^as Jhigh^as ^50*;Taj|&y ttf-  the "hand h'asibeen Untamed.���������*>: There1 appears  to r^ufee ot; fe ddimdefacelfeir^spel W  ^ato^ato^^a evelofthe feritece of m  creek  ning a di*itt &>&pi������baokrc^axinel;^ni:igeHnto'  pa^r about the'middle of ^teweekjl^^le^bnia  tope a;^ood;deal.mor^6f;^imllar:lo^^  grouri^all a!ohg: the/.&ce-iofrtlie hilU ^:Thei  Bed Bock {Fhime as the uratwbr^ iial; attracts  attention j a^.built ^atfd1, laifd ;iit a 'very, siib^  stantial manner,, anil, is ,a hig^y;:creditable  .rtlfifie.nf -wor^.mfl.nchin-*-���������Aha r\r������l-rr.^if.������-.J������ i* ������au',  ������!MfeMPS(s igreat^dvantagS -',; We am  2?W?S M$WW;to.make ivpplieatik for  1H  *Y  f.k^^������**ju������*-������*������-*'^*j'���������,������^n -i*!^*^-i-������������>������f*-^  :diri^rbuiad and inithe sha0;ho^e the^go;t;47)  p.ther.^'jeason  labor^fi those  JnYtHe/;neigh,'  the Gold Coin-  cofy-still "running lhclme*4^uo2att  co/y havp,beeu at work all last week clearing  puf 61^drif|nrf^^Aji^re ep^still  '(ihcluieJsfmcKpro^  to- the pa1i.^ljast Ghahce; oo/y (shai fc) 5are |hak^  ing from 30 to 50 ounces'every; two shlflijthe^  pay is 40 fee t wide ; J^heo^uii oh Saturday  ab pu 130^^ buhpeSj#-TjukerM'ir. started Iwashing  last ^ek^aniiife finding good^paj-.���������Galifor-  nia Tunnel co'y haye be'eh;%ftubled with bad  rof i QieM^Meis Me s'tore^bfiMr. McWha/ wh job  was j3iit u]^ last sgrihg. but ������tf8M^j&p$6v������  ^i^^^id^^&f^'^iMpt^i on ajflat pppoV  site^lie islalmibf ithe Discbyeiy^cb^^^S^wrar  subitantiaV log buildings are in > course^jof  ���������MS&xZx jampng which]is the butcher shop [of  :'trahhon &KJp^^andja: store!audsa^  seasbh'bmie  i- ;.>/Af-.t(,YYJ  ^^isit^ev^ry|lclaim th at was forking, and  we^jve%LkiMly^pu^      ssessioif'bf" all the  wm  Iwinter  ^ut^ayitf8; pr^lO^d^;^^de iWest?co?r  iimeuat^rjf^k^  ND*UBltC  at the short-  iptloa^wSia  :eP^,,"::"���������',  rif  :*BanueL at SO feet, and-areiow busyffinT  ���������rmmd .-rti orderto/siOTt & fuhifej ? they-eS  ^^oxjiud cuttag a ditch jitfeycofiLS  att-TCe-haw often observed .of la^^������ ^ I������I ���������*  Mment, '.dfc^jl^* WSS'S^vte  otere.  2  ^������ef on thecreefe, to keep the' amom, ;nf S  tOTST' ^K,ec<,u?t fetAia Praetice:on any other S  ;?ro^;feb^v washed lip!bn]^iesday lasti 80 bzsl,  on Saturdayilast 80 pzs;; ;irilli have^over 200  p^fp^a^weet|-this .���������*kyl������ut^:ffteun&  ^^J^pl^feTO^te^^^o^ Ashed out  on Thursday21 J: ozs^ 10J, o'zs; on Friday ���������" 12  p?s. on^aturday f^the ^ig^gs %ill aveitob  up^r:2J days':wprfcl^^^  est Rose co'y have not yet got into pay.-^Pra^  j|h^b61der^and:^Vje^  ujm^e^ound] iwbrkffigsr ofy^i^u0wii~Lj3'jV'  we. readily acc^  suit ������ crarritiqpriesj ]whiclr/^are not si  estmgas they'w  The BerohtpqW, 8 shar^^men-iat work; liave'  ..b.eea'-busily enga|^i;ibr sSin^ ^m^^jnast'ruii^  'ning^prbs^  slicing sbveral'shai^&  pqctf,theybav^ hbw^startedia^^  ftirfcher unithe creek and- expect tp^rtjap a deej^  ciunnetwfuch^  bfl tiie\crepk^ a^ ;shaffeSarl 5Keen ;sun1c pn ��������� ��������� tb is]  ground last season'a^d^a T^pspect'^f ;six -bife^  to ;thepatf obteed i  ter prevented the shaft f rorir oeinftib ttomeil.  more -.thawwages-1    ,.  ������. >     ,'-.,".    '  :v;i^y- ,ii,������y^?TT-.-   t::"- ���������    ifVluu'- X-aw  :x^'y^m^m)QumcE^h^^^ : ]  ; \TIie:largetB^kyf gm^ that, have anived  here during #M$m week ha^ynBed-t;o-lolep:      '  ^^ R?ces;qf-ie^aharf^les,^ur/ha^,fallen  ������^2 *? m^W? t^r^tfew days, and '  there is everv/nmhrihi?i^^������*^w^1 L���������;_������i?������^  S9S%^rt Y'Yf^tSd: yoJM  Beans, u22@24-.      i������.  Candles, . 65-@ 80   v    <*  Butter, ;���������'���������" "���������'.'.,  90/ -.������-"  'iTea^i.-^ij-.Y ^^^;-$l'0b!"iv^"."*?  ��������� Coffee (f:eli?sj:i/-"  ' T^-'^''^^  .,,. .JET  r?*:?^S(>*" YfJ' ���������  ]\X2$.:---l.������;-<::  K142S-V?]|P������.-Y.'.--  '1 '00'^ T-':^C  "Xails/tP '.='rYiY%,.,^.^35'i^ K''.'%rt'vf5c '?45-;^>v-ive-  | GunvBoots, -Y.Y; #tt*8#ft^^t  ;.Muttont,..���������.������,;������������������..������ >   :,..,-,!���������,.' ������������������-���������    ., %0rm 45 ; .r..������r-  iPqtfitdep^  iTiiraips,^  f@4������  "������������������12 '"   '^'  '^.���������::10V:;WY<iY  ?B.  ���������^^'*1t������*������ bntheiraaijng  for ^,last:8.^days,:: they }^av^irio^rresumed  pumping and Will get to(wasbin  ig: so onl  1 .AS!* a?8  n'WhwfV  Prop'Wv -'  ^HV ?.? f J^B aecision in a minme ."cav  re, cannot blame; them -for adnnHnr, !??'  HSRro������wt .-Dutch Bill   and qt������o^i      v^on,  ���������ave therefore1 dedSS J .dr������;mage ; they  r~. 'COHKLINS OOXCH.      ';   ;." ,"7-"V  ma4������;^-^s.giileh about^thisfMe last> vear  yet to^record, we^^ cannot say how soon-ftmav:  be our pleasing duty.to do so.'--^TheSawMill  co^have^been working for some time ihcbfr;  'np'Atirt'n with tnA������������������An-pnt*A Y>������-������>;Y+tf������ J.:.ii  ���������-. ������������������..; .-.  Prop'**  ecb'mf������rt  ianherto.  ;pd9Cd to'  S.'- !   ''  ��������� it -   *  Word for carrying off thS. + -?e fiume will  draiUib,h^>d^>^S������^W8Shiniit with  y.just started  ^,toVen6t%eFciSdfr0nS,,^th  .. juat started to hydS ^Y?allaher  w_ages.--:ine -r.riccson co'y are running a drtffc  Tor a back channel in "the hill.~-The United  Tunnel co?y are now:in over 170 ft.���������The Reid  they Vill be able to start sinking in the beginning bf the week; their hew wheels and gearinff  are the best rig we have yet seen oh the creek  ^e^Zealand coVhaye got all the waW  put of their shaft and conirtiencd tp raise their  drift, will be washing, during  the week-  Union Quartz Mining co?y; this company was  organized last fall for the purpose -of-prospect-  ing a quartz ireef on the ^Soufch^side of this  gulch they sunk a shaft over 60 feet debp and  tried the rock andv found -it'.'to-assay well-  they are now engaged sinking thrdugn the'  wall rock so as to test the lead at a greater  depth.���������Hood Tunnel co'y are .'now runnino-.  straight into the hill prospecting for the'ehau-  nel which is��������� supposed to"- exist there.-^-The  illome Stake co?y on the hill sidejmmediately  below the Hood co'y, .have .* been shaking/ a  ,shaft but have beehdrowned out by the water  which is;coming;in ftqm the bottom of their  shaft.   It is believed' they are not far from  this claim]when^pr&d;4as|; j^ar^ylelaed ?an  ���������Q^c^-^ajj Jfi������ ;the V ha^^^a^^r^o^^co'yi  2 shares, .2 meh at wor^: 'grouni "sluicing^  Vaughan^co'yj -i'4 shares^3 ;Mn;at;]w^u^ just  cbmnieuced runnihg'j i^JtfnneL^Mount Plbas-r  Wj3^^6;shaxes; *?S*'^^fi^oWpln^c5;^  havevjUst cbnipleted at ditch ana* ^havKstaried  to gr$und;sl^ice;;:the ������������������^nnd^iid:UB^ear-tt38  highis $50 to the ���������hahdi^Short^end co'y, 6  shares,; 3 shifts of 2^  . tiirfjd v^7 iSo ."^|^4 ]-fci<fe';. tlie .���������dblil' raBdjltnb^owJ  j8hdii?ggoodi. indications ,of a channel;; they;  got about S10 out of a few wheel-barrows of;  dirti-Ofull/Bigged ;cb!vj;:6r shares^-sinking a^  prospect ?8haftg^^dj$of^^fDlscQv^;cQ^  SslmreSj^slnftsibf 5 men each;, this co?y are  working;their? grouiid; which is very dry, to  good advantage;, the widtli of tneir, breast is  '60feet,aud thegrpundis.sohardthattimbers  ���������are not required until they have gone four feet  ahead; the pay 'dirt is Byeifeef thick, and is of  a yellowish color and contains large quantities  bf.leai;. the co'y have libtyet]worked"pue full  week^ on'payJdirt, but, expect".when they get  regularly started to be able to make at .least  200 ozs. a week.���������Auch or French company;  3 shares? 6.men at���������work; .Frank,Pere^ wbo is  foreman of t\m cb'y; claims to be. the'disboy-  erer of the hew chaiinbi in the ^ffili;-having  jfirst struck gold bn the 10th! tlaiiuary iast,}but  of-five wheel-barrows of dirt he obtained S25,  some of the pieces he found would-weigh $15;  he struck this channel after drifting abouf G2  feet from the creek j he. has-been at" wpit all  winter and is how flaking over .]w^.eC^Mpr-]  rilWPerezitipfy'2 shades; "started toruha/new  tunnel.���������Ne'er do X*T~U  *~���������- "4" -T f-'-'���������' '"'��������� ���������"  ^^^^^^^.^Sf^ce^whKca^  iQupsnelmbuth last; evening, wedearnihat iSb  :case; Mrtjiifte ysjrBates,N(hadi been^ decided  . against^at^s,;;.wli6";was^  ,;m������fiQ:Xh ffl>u *9^-M������i Ji^r wheq vMh! Speii^e  i?ft {3yb'clopk bhSaturdayafternoon)tthe juiy���������  had been uhable-tb agree iii-their- verdict fe)i  cernihg the-guilt,of ttie Iiidian;accused b'fthV  putd^pf Mp^an ^  worst breaks pmthevT^  had' been repaired/ sbthat the -sltge- waggoii  'can-passv;-':;-Y:'--: '-'y-'-'- ' ���������^������������������^'^������������������v^i^^r. ->...���������������������������  r Thk: Termor THE Le^xstjcTtve ������������������GouNcrrirBs:-'.  ^NDED^Thp Go^rnjhent has isstied a notice  determined^ until the* 1st day of; September  next, the; Jnstrijmebt; which appointed theni  hjying;. pxpired- yesterdaiy.tT-^British .Gblum*  It I Mil  J   T������rt������k  OnrI .  bian,  Well  co 'y, 4" .shares,. 11ill!  J]une. 2nd.  Ais^rrU t'. Co chrane; ; who = rsucce eds  MK.Phmips,asVKecorilerforthis' district,;]arrived .on Saturday afternoon fronv^ytfeoni^  also did Messiu Levy and McKeoii, from Vic-:  torla,--;"'--;"������������������' ]'���������'];"'" ' '"' '���������'"���������]���������'": ':; '���������"'���������'"��������� ":lv"'"ri'  pSfr The.number of^������ack animals that have  arnyed pnihis, creek since Wednesday last  ;is ITS-which; will give % total for -the week  of 533 animals. ]   l :  0������* We u'nderatafeb^;that Judge'fcox had to  p(ay $25Q.fQr, shovellihg : the, snow from the'  trail between Vjm Winkle ���������dau Mehieldy so;  as to enable trains to ;get in.   ���������    ������ y  iS������r Jlessrs; bppenheimeri Co. ^ave' opened a branch stow in'the buiid-  ihg formerly-occupied byMr.Deighton.  ^^Itjs;repor{ed;ifiaf co:y;  11; claim,./ Juen.aUyork;.this.co^y,after sinking on Grouse creek, havet found a good proFpeefi  Jl J several shafts fbiiad iaidigatibns of gold which [ in their shaft; ' f ���������    ..^iW&iS^Y  vt    keath of Mr.Appold, the well-known engineer,  X:   3/a;Loadon,;paper o^e^' J^att the-most, re-  .  '"  ,ihar}iable]proof3:of bis cleverness as an inven-  "  ' lor were, coliecte^inbjsio.wn.house, and the  *���������* \ftorks adjoining it. ,u There every flung, that  J ' rcould))e made.ao: was automatic, The doors  '���������"-':/ ' ootfned as^yoni approachedvthem^landYWsed  :yX':<   after you had entered; water;came unbidden  ''������������������   ' into.the basins; when the gas was lighted.the,  " :"'{iUt iK^ff^TK.-Ainco/iifl^Al^n^iinrrthermometerrjre-  -U&rm.  ^5p4;������#i  '"��������� hr%���������'"*r ;a YY '��������� -'dl  )dt-  " '' (l plied for ventilation was washedto ..cool and  '  ;y0] ^reened; to ^leanse],it from ^acte. YEvervthe  Y?NOTCE>IS:]HEREftYSGJ7ENf/rHA^> Y  _ _IE POST   OFFIC  uir Y willj uiitiiiurthern1itic^1>eke^tatrtli������ -    Yi  COLIONMU RLE  QUESNELMOUTH/,   ,,,   ,  P. ;LJ JOHNSON, PROPBIBTOB^ ; V  Meals at all hours,^and" Cooking- of the best  -.nw,:>jv������ Y!s<������r 'description;?^ --H,"^m*8%^  ��������� :&\>V:l;.  \X"1 LXfXX\ Z?X; QUESNELMOUTH,;.:;^ 'Y' >tff --ff;  ;;���������������.'    BRO^'J&iGILI^ f PROPRIETORS.;,, -^  GoodrBedi; Restaukntf^Billiard Table; !$&  VuY/'.i  ^blpflgilor Horses, Hay an<LOats.     ' ;s' j  '      f ,., GOVERN^I^ STREET^ '|iCTORU;      }  ��������� ^HOIigS^yE,AKD RETAIL, -,  ^./���������f?  .������������������Him,  ���������J-'iiV-  -;jv3f   5 Y-^rY ^YIMmRTERa^Ofr?^  ���������Engli8h';&" French Silks, Shawls^Dregseg - d  i | Merclbthlng^ Gloves^ tmdvev&y* ilescriptlot'cf  ���������M,v-usjv"]' .f^Y^l^c^lGp<>^is.'^!jH0Yi;^,   \  /���������.vReceive-'regular.a.nppUQS'b^Xxp'reaa.Tljii'^^wi  'by s&ilirig vessels'via Cape Horn. 3", '*    ~*Vt. '1   m  ���������sJi2K9" Particular^ttentron givefrto atfordeii;^  %lf&gr3Xti  ^;] Yn RIOBFIELB.  .Ay  Y^HMEfSiER   PRO^SI^  ���������><*(\i  ,\ Y ���������,  ��������� ���������JY  f-,1 i  V VV.ii  I V  i* Oil:'i*-.HA$&*>"-���������  ���������c?.J^..i  JjiV  ... Y:Y     ������������������ Q;/-r ������������������-'-_'.'. u: f,,)U *   UttW.M  l'{  :������,'<f  /pHE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between  X Messrs,. J. B, CHANCELLIER- and, N./CUN 10 has  been dissolved to-otaybymutual agreement.; Mr,Cunio  remains'sole;prbprietor of the:BarkerviliO Brewery.Xl- 1  ^^ilUams Ci^e^]^!23rdi^66fe  Hit &.&������������������  Brewery,  KWT  ItipihePPCoxuxtyXGonrbfofi British;* Columbia  "?rr  |T:Yi;  -.^::'^' GtlROD;&^ OU1CHGN, . ^ >}j  'r   .   "l        QLD-isiABl^ISHEDl'kGBNEKAli,STORE;,;t   Y (r> '  PROVISIONS, WHOLESALE &];CQMMIS-  ,Y^4:^r,Yg^SI^N MERCPANT3l '{^  ;f'^.  Storage* &ct--Terms most Moderate. ;h,  "��������� >^;*' -.'- \*nt'X QUESNELMOUTII. f^Xt->PXl?H\ti  ;v^*?A  r.?i W? ���������  v ;R(^;SiPE:H0P5^,^Cr Y]^  '��������� ; ,yBOYB;&^ATH,;Pfopnet6^    ! ]^j:  ri^HIS HOUSE is siliiated���������!������&milesi'fpom Qnesttelmouth..  ;X'Ttie'prbprieto^having^^  and g6od������$eds? arS inbw^preparod to anor^d'dveryacconi^  Stabling^Hayf Oats>nd Barley, f-j^-The.GHEAP^Ti Eurof  House on*the Road.      ir,t'il> Y';, ,1-- -%��������� C ;'  f :J t"a ^ their(.friends in^rljfish- Columbia ;are>solicite^.>vi ftj,  ,!ti^-,-vh    .4-..y^.v-?-..-'--���������'-���������������������������"������������������ ���������-' ���������������������������.-.���������*.������.���������..���������������������������-,.^ '������������������-,.;���������������������������u^���������.. ticularAttention;<sY"'������--**-��������� -*--���������--'-       -   -   -  Li  ������^tlA]^ ZELN^RC :^ea# iiiDbuos' if*,  lTI?^.drojB������/AndiOflE^CAi^-iPancyra^  Sponges, Brushes,frEerfurae^  scriptiohs'carefully comnoundcd ,aridr oracra'ais������ZI  with oareand'aispatcbV^ictoriakt^  ;v?������Y    y|%|i.  ^PATTRICK'Sy^ORNpti-imm  * Xtf" f^ti^rfir*'^ I 'i3j|Y|/?fYYi  y*!< .:^i :������i.   BOOTS!^ BOOTSf! I -rt^i^  X and keepi your, foetso dry? j BqcaUse I purchasBtf  ;Charityvand- Butler ^^^^n?>nt';SVr'eetiyicicfiJ-  y..   \\   .   ��������� j't" i''���������!���������!"��������� ^   ������������������    "l ?"'>i^-";.."j"������>"������'"     0^"li-fj '.miff'  -���������!'<   ������j   .'  ^?ray,.textg  sities/and two colleges-in each university V>-  ���������'Well, sir,^;-Bakl,the farm'8'rf -"what of that?: I;  uui^ai-inn T-mftrt������"wks. r,hft.mor������^he sucked the;  ;v^^y^;^^u^^  >        heard was made ^y; an-Irish lab 9rer,i l&gen?  1    v<l'tlemah trayelli^giOnhore^^  v Irishman who, was .fencing,-11a. a-,most^atrenj  arid desolato j)iece of land/-   " ^atareyptf  C"-- ^^ii%iiZl^^Uii&taQt'������b$% ipB^aid he. "Aherd  '*"r-i������'f cows would starve to vdejith on thatflandyJ,  ' V    ^^Aii3 sure; your honor^;..wasn5b I fencing itgiq  kape the poor bastes"'but diSit?". .;;   ;  -Xtbxl trwivERSAii PnAOTiCK^ofgmixing Chicory and;,  other adulterativcs with Coffee,",fias veryvmuch damag--  ��������� X-- ed in public ,-,e&tiina tion, what fought to bo i the ��������� most  "delicious of Beverages. ���������:��������� So effectually have tho.public  ���������'= Ixeen druggedwith such mixtures that thp.tru^ propfer^  ties havo> beenilpst-sight of, and:many prefer a.Nblack>  "and thictoinfuslbn to a drink rich in spirit and aroma.  General as.is the use of Coffee,' it is littlo known;thatv  In condensing the vapors extractod from the berry ;in  roasting, a liq.uor is obtained of the most, nauseous  taste, and of a Ecent the inost unbearable.   Under such  .  circumstances it: is evidently - important that:; all the?  " guses a nd fluids1, extracted * byl rbastin]?' "should bo car*,  t,f. ���������'��������� '������������������ ���������" >' ribd ;offias ;quick4y';as;,p6ssibU9 in-order t'o^preyent; their'  ! rptu rri ing .again to "the Cptfee: {whichs 4s. the case ih^the *  '���������: couuiied,,cyli nder.;j. L This ^obiec^ds;: admirably ^accomr  "' plished by the'new ^nd'i^tent/^nical^pnec Roaster^  -'as'used by FELL & CO;, Victoria^ m:Whicht^berry  ���������~. th:directly^exjibsed:to tlie raidiated^beatj^and the vapor  ���������!*,.' roxtfacted icarricd- Off ��������� iristan tanepnsly;:*: j j t;lh,; addition to,  :;.. tho.a9^n^ge^tp;b^^'^^'^:-������y]i :vhCrrapid .removal'; of  ' tbf^steanicbntaYnVrigtlie objedionable; proper  >WViwi'n'Wrt^vxn iiil'--ft.Kift'fTnfR>A;\<i..--rain\nrtrt'M.hfl- p.ssential oil  JCT7pEREA5^a;Petition^fbradjudiCationb^  LjV- cy^ihas been a^uly; filed ;0n the^16th^dayf of May  lastly: WALTEnrLoso wFjwij>y,\oC> ^merontown,, Williams Creek^British Columbia; latd Restaurant and Sa-  loon)Keeper^ a-nd ho' having-b eenvadj u'dicateda; Bankrupt, ^is-he reby tequiredf lb j surrender, himself tp^WmVf  Oed., Cox, Esquire, the Judge of thej above*Court/for a  'first 'examination on Ffiday the 15th day of, June, next,  at elevOn o'clock in������the. morning precisely,' andj on'  Monday,'thel6thda^"of:JuIy'nexV,Vat"ll o'olockHn the;  morniug precisely, at the; Court ;House,YRichfteld," and  ma keia full discovery and? disclosure of? his estate and  Choose*Assignees and at4he last 'sitting thersai d Bank-'  ^rupt Required to;flnish-hi3^examlhatton^? t.n ?t iAji:  All persons;Indebted to the said rBankrupt ^r,that;  have any of his estate and eifectVare notHo payor de-.'  - -i -������������������ mmmm������i>  m<&>& m;mt i l ���������m^imWM^  1'Kfehflbld', 17Ui!May,-1866; -""-':"   -��������� ;  ":       A '  ^Hi&Bsa^^^  '^T"McLEES]Et& SENNY, PrbpHetors,'v t :,a  JTHE PU^i6^E'?mVITED.T0 .CALL;AT.^HIS  X Hou^e. 'There isGood Meals; Good Beds; Stabling;  for'Horses'; Barley, fJala and Hayiu '��������� 'ci ��������� -4 ���������.-; ;l. [ ,1-s^.;  yi-\  HVTTA':  W<  r':!^���������36v*Ty Rn4YOEion^8&*s&*j9&v%rory;.���������supfilfrr-^aaji?  ^ui������/rreeMsl'a>id.iBd^lies,'>.Evergreensi^Shrubs. Gmi!  house land ^Garden} Pla ntSj'T Standard and'Dvrarf Biisq  Bf e^er^varletyj^ (Catalogues pa applicatiq$t0fa  Xl) if large'stock ofBtay^ Oats^Wheat and Baffeybr lit  best deseripUon al^aystpjijhah $ j/alsoiiNanaimojiEM;  for W0sfSyi ](������s :^JB?^ ^pnstonUir oi^toiidi  r;;;'- lillooet flour mill; cq,; , < ;������;  .Mij, (,,-.-.'.*��������� -..������������������-.������'^-v.. - =-'   '       y; W.;Foster, Agent.;'  y.l'iv'Vs  ... ..etjyy IN].;.,.,... .^w^.,v*.^rt,..  Sealer" in, raf'Q6or>s;c  U 'Caps/B'6oW and Shoes; Carpetings,  Oil ,Cloths,  WattEapor/^c ^Lillooet/ B!^^ iY'    ^ '   'u������4id *  /TVENNIS MURPHY, ;Propriet6'r7 This House1'  1 Jilfiisfurnished, withi everyjconvenience for the? corn-  Yo'rt ofs Travellers; the vCulinary department is under  the sdperinteMenco of an experienced cook; the Beds  aro1 clean andcc6mrbrrtal)le,;' the' Bar "contaihs the best.  x/ftLiq.ttorsi' Segarsj ^c^| Staljling/^Hayi Barley Ai^atsY  tMi&t  (i>.^-   ���������nF,ENT:.i,  fH, HENDERSOiSr^begS;-to: InformtiisfriendB  - r J'tf&ttd the travelling'puiilJc ^^rallyittia^he'has  token the above Ranch and isTprepared' to; supply ���������them.  .withFirst Class AccpmmbdatioQi ,i;Good;Stabling;forv  .horses:* Hay, and .Grain, f,.   .',. .   ;.- ,t-tj\t ������������������-������^v ;: %i-s<. ti  ^ ENTIDE^S: PhQtdgr aphio>.Qallery;; Gdrera-  T meat St, Victoria, ^..1,,, opposite Hotel deFncc?.  Views ol Cariboo and Scenery throughout Brlilili w  ^umbia; including views'b'f the routetb BigBen J ',���������'alw'iyi-  ouhand atliberal Tales. im^-Hi'^^ '>&>��������� ^U'  'JO? SELLERS ;& STATIONERS; constantly supplied ^i  renelv i tiff from hp.st' RonrceH'Snh'ooi/ Plf������ ii Ha r<f' tinA'mA  All its,Branches:{$ Corn^r^ates^and^mjleyjlJtwiv  te-1P;<^W^EJ^'T^  !Ri������r.Yietor|al;yii ^L;t6pposite[Bee jHiveiHotclj-wli������Rlf  is prepared to supply, hi3,nurheroua patrons wiAevtry  .requisito":'f6riClothing-:su  rpHOMAS i^TfeSON?&>:jCO;/>Importer3/of-Ecf  '"XrliSh. Merchandize, ,wholesal*i;';anf ir^tai^deiilerak  =i)Rt; Go6i)s; ^^Tates^Street; ^ctferia,^!^ J}a;3ii'  aherlatitune next in Government' 'Street^oppoEica i������j  :Bahk::ofvBritlsh"Columblai: '.mttWV ;t$m$&fr {Mb  T^COB'MILTZ, Proprietbr; 'has alwa^;:on  .& fiancf a Jarge arid superior? stock of-Lager Bie'er ffat"  the Bar;will-be.:.found thoi.best-Brandies;.: Wines*and;  Segars; ,,'tno. public, are .invited^to call..{; Prepared to,fill,  all orders promptly;,.  If sl"LA'- 'rf{'".-;��������� {ff^,Y.] ^ li'-'  Y * t' * t'vs-Prppriotbr^i . : .-., ���������*'?Y .''.:;���������,^. .'Agent,1'  rpHIS HOTELvIS] [LARGE; ANtt^ELLi;FmEDtyUF>  X "for rthe comfort of -travelers; tho .^Table is: supplie'd-  ' with' the best of; everything -/that*' can.;*bVprocurd x .and  the cookihgas not inferior to any On the road j.'Bedrddius'  fpr-jfamilies.;-- Stabling, Hay/ iBarleyiand 'pats.^^-.tr& \%  vli Bi6ne Asi>-PiEBRBManciet, Proprietors;::.Bie.Ba  taurant is suppllediwithvali the^ delicacies < W mub!  aflrprds..f In the-Bar wllijbejfoundthe choicestliQwa  /Furnished^Rooms, I&pj.^ ? >;������in i 'X- ���������.'*���������: iAY'st;i'��������� - '  pure 'aroma1 M* the' Coffee ;is retained^ - the essential oil  )being prcservedrand"'-not cxhaust'odr^ascini the'Cylinder  .Roaster, whero|thejQotfec;ls required to(remain;a*much  longer timb iii^^ cbnsequencc of the"steaming it..under:'  gnf.5 by the confined steam. It:is chemically impossi-;  .bio; to retain the ^qualities, or Arrest; the. deterldratibn of I  ColTee when ground. f The heat engendered by:.the pro.  cess.of roasting, an^i espcciaJiy of grihd,ingi. creates an  .,_a'ctioia.'in the elementary;parts which graduaiiy,dcs,tfd5rs  its fitness for drink'.:!r But:to reta;in;tho essenlia 1 oil  which it contains we have it encased in tins.contalnlng.  from 1 lb; to. 281 bs;, and ��������� which.can. be; had, from, any  of the respectable dealers. W^ can^ cbnQdently, recommend those who have hitherto been obliged to refrain from taking CoflTe e on account of its ill effects;  that they may juso our t Coffee,-., roasted in, the Conical  Roaster^ being recommended by ail'medical men, under  whosoi notice; it has been brought^' and^ by 'numerous  other,-testimonials in its favor.   .; t.y;FELL & C0.,; 'f  ." ;.���������:?,-���������'' :  .. Coffeo Merchant, Yates St., Victoria.  DFELlVEAlT. aM"McK^NZIE,;Proprie1^f:s;  'p:''?This;House: is-well fitted up :with* Good Beds; and  the Bar- is*;furnishediwiththe: bestrLiquors; Meals are  served at alt hours sonYthe;, Restaurant principle j, 4Sta������  'b'lingifor Horses, Horse. Feed,', &6.' ���������'.=.'' ��������� "> X1: , t:. 1-s,. ;  riIlAJli������ES NELSON,^ProTJrieW. this bid  \j; establishod^Houso is well fitted up:for the comfort,  of .Travellers;, the Table ts supplied with the;, best of  ovciything fcb'atfcan be had, a5nd tho, cooking is not in-;  ferior to the besthotel in the lower country; Be'dro'onis,  for \ Families \ Stabling for Horses,\ Horse Feed,' \&c.'  The Express stops here, tf it-sj  "������������������1 83 MELE vH0USKili  A'LBERlJ GRYSLER^has opened the abbye-Housei for'  >i3^=the reception of Travellers; the Table is well kept'  aiid the Xiquors,cannot, be. surpassed ;< the Beds.'are  clean and comfortable^ ^Stabling, for Horses j.Hay, a^nd  "Oats: ���������������A1 '"'. *       ;    y'���������'���������"-���������'.-���������.���������;., '���������'    " J Y i-s L  J' AMES. HTJRON^ Proprietor. ��������� This, .commodif  oils Hotel is;well .fitted up. with every, .convenience  for :the comfort of ��������� the jpublic ;* theVB'edB-.'. are., all,tha,tta  weary traveller could ���������desire j the Table is supplied with  the best of. fare; the.Bar,contains^the- choicest brands]  of Liquors and Segars; good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats,  Barley, &c.       .-;������������������-Yv> Y;.--'.^-Y-^-:-���������, \.s  j  EUG-ENETHOMASfYate������street Tietoni,  Wholesale'-'arid- Retail Dealer,iniWINES^BRANW  BEERS, -and: LIQUORS;Jiii$ 4.epojfi pftHavaija. pfiguv  .Goods" tbrwarde'd' to the Mining Districts.? >Y Yr ^  :1 'J.  ....���������' '".��������� 7."i".-"1 ��������� tt��������� ' ���������"   ' ���������������������������������������������" " T���������' "*������������������"��������� ���������'������������������'-   :     .   "^  , FRANKEL'v Victoria.: ;Y. Ij/.DealfetinTns,  MRS ii HEiN^MiLMNEB & Dressmaker;-itow  '��������� irieht' Street;,yict6ria,: V.:i.;(: ?All kinds of ������������J  of the'latest stylo kept constantly on ha)od.; ^ ������  from the/country punctually attended ���������to������y*'"frti  ET^R]: McQtIAX>E; ]] Ship: ^Chandler; #  dealer In Paints/-Oils; ah '������������������**>~ "*���������<   ito*������  hand^a largo stock1 of R  Street,, yictoria,;feL:. .fs^i?  _ (: dealer in Paints/ Oils;- a'hii"AVinddw;Glas9., AggJ  on handrfa largo/stock^of Rope and CanVfl68.:': >v^  '.=<,>���������  ^;,1.3m  ]PGRT DOUGLAS ADTERTISEMEN^TSr5  ;J,B;K..  SUTER'  CGmmiyibn'  &  S  AND     .     ;. "Y.4,5'-  DEBTr COLLEGES.  'S - HOTEL,  ;U.;P^CDONALD/I^prie^or.-- Miners and  others! destined for tlie Bridge.'River Mines will  find every convenience aud accommodation aftbrded  them. ,<Jood Beds and a Table.well supplied with all  thp delicacies of the season. .V>l;s  BACIGrALUPE, Merchant awi> Packer, between Douglas and Lillooet.    Always on'hand a  good stock of Provisions,'&cl; ' ���������    \    ���������' l-2m  Bankrupt Affairs wound up and' Balance Sheet*.prepared ;���������!Miriirig.Accounts carefully madb-up;'��������� All kinds  of Forms aud agreements drawn, ancl every other des������  criptiou of business promptly sttendod to.   . -  ���������"''jKSr Offlce-rRtCHFlELD, near the CJourt Hpuso.    5:.  ' "���������    ". :":e'J. C,'; QILL#r'TErY"^!?  CAMER0M0V7N.   ' '7 '  G, L.. SMITH. & ��������� CO.-, Proprietors.. This: House . is  ��������� ���������' well fitted up for' the accbuitubdation of Travellers.to tho Bridge River Mines; 'Good Beds, Stabling  for Horses. Horso Feed,' &c.- A Stage runs t wicea week  betweenthis house, and-Port, Douglas on the arrival of  the steamers from below and connects with the Lake:  Boats for Lillooet; .",'' i:s  LORENZO liEARTO, Proprietor^ This house;  / affords dvery��������� accommodation for the1 comfort of  Travellers; the Table is furnished with allthe delicacies  of ihe season, and the Bar is stocked with the choicest'  of-Wines, Brandies & Segars; gopd stabling for.horses;;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates. '<  Nejvly milled Flour.for sale cheap. 1-s';  1 The Boiiaparte House,;!  SEMLEN oi PAJRKE, Proprietors, at the  Junction of the Cariboo and. Big Bend Roads,:is  nowiopen for; the accommodatiph of the public. Distance from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Lauding, 22 miles; from Spence's Bridge, 30 miles,  TAI SOONG- & 00M .Co.mmission.Me^Mn^J-  1; porters and'Dealers In Chinese Goods,1 Bice, ������  Opium/,Nut Oil,- Provisions; &c/; Cormorant Street; m  ^%^,'t^XfA -r-M W; *<* &^r-X^,  O ON '& d6l; ImpbrtersVand ���������pe^crs>|   kinds bf Chinese 'Goods arid-Provisions, Bice, j.  gar, Teas,&c., Cormorant Street^fwest-6f povernffi^  .Victoria, V. P.     ���������,;  ,.,.h :.,-, .Qhix-Kav, Mai*.  Stage  Big Bend and Yale, and once a week for Cariboo     1-s  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, YatesStreet, Victoria,  opposite the Bank or British North 'America.   . 1-^  MESSRS. CQRNWALIVS. \ ?  A. T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, .half-way between  Ix. Spcnce's Bridge arid Clinton, on the Yale Route,  Travellers will-find Good Accbnimodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh-Butter, Milk  and Vegetables. -,Good Stabling and cheap feed. ��������� 1-s  WILSON & MURRAY,] O^VSMSJ  , 11 Wjne & Spirit Merchants, Bakers k Confection^  Fort street, Victoria, V. I. j  :, v: ���������','^Y.'!''ll^.  CPORBORG- & RXJJ3FF,] Co^issiong  O CHANTS, Wholesale' Dealers in [Groceries, "^  sioss, Boofs;& Shoeb, Wharf street, VictoriV^.  n RELLEY' ������&" FITERBE, .ImPort9/flrl ''!  Us  Victoria  ule Dealers in Wines, Spirits and ^^l  ria,V.I.  .������������������    ��������� "'^'"Y":.,^-^''1!!  HiGK^S    HOTEL,  LYTTON SQUARE, New Westminster^.a  now occupied by W, E. STEIN.     The above fav-  -: ; ������������������ .  ...... ..������������������  , ���������:���������\| orably known house is now open to the public; the Bar  KALLANDAINE,eOIXECTOR&GENERALAGENT|is constantly supplied with; the choicest brands .of  QPROAT & CO., (late Anderson 9i M^S^  O and Commission MKiajoDASi.TS,;StoroStreei, 5 ^  p.' STJTRO &:C0., Importers '^JS??'1  XX���������   CIGARS, TOBACCP, Meershaum Pipes, # >-  corner of Vatesaiid Wharf street, Vlctoriay^^^  T: B-HAGGIN, Prysxoian & Surgeo^ f;J  O ��������� ner of rates and iGoyernment Sts., v ^^-<  DIERCE & SEYMQURY?f lers[&$?%���������  1-s  ;  Furfiture, Broad )8treet;'Viotor;i������*>  flAlRE *c aRANdINI,HARDw7R^G^  HENDERSON and BURNABY, H^js  W������rf strMt, Tfowdii, T..1:  J  T.-|-.  i! Mt  "^*:I  Vbl������S>'  i irf.."  t^rtlcltt-.;  ������rso]f^  irchaja ^ |  Victor!.  ' rj ������jpl)GEiBEGBiB ANDiHIS JUDGES.���������";  To TtiB ������0X7^0^the VCariboo5 Sentinel,^  Sir,���������Tour *. letter., dated. > June,. 4thfY, from  <<0hyx^^uiu4 hbtjbeRemitted to pass with  * only "a few e&itoriaV -remarks. pff The plea * attempted ;byitlie;writer ^.excuse -a,. Judge. for  : exercising arbitrarypower,itftoial defiance of  law and precedent; oh^hegrouhd of his super^  3or'education]and attainmehtsFis :a'sophistical  %ay^of reasoning well understood on this  creek/i I?supposerfmLthe^sarne/;grounds it  might be Urged tbatie^yas very indifferently  paid for "his severe course of study and his con--  tentiohrwith the mpstbrilliarit^iiiteljectsbi^he  :'day;;j���������'���������'* Onyx ^will'hot denyHhat'Sir��������� Jbhii  ��������� ���������V?V:. ;Y-~- ���������-...:.������������������:���������   ;Y;.;^-:,,:.,',^f^%^^a^   ������������������-.  ��������� ���������  ��������� : ���������������: : -":���������2Tr *~ :���������:���������-���������-���������������������������  '������������������    ���������*���������*���������*���������  ...i-..' ������������������ ������������������ ......   ������������������.������:.������������������: j-'���������������������������.'I  ,������..������������������*    ������������������'Wtv'HiWl1  ������������������Hani:-    '  ii."*    r��������� ���������--������������������':������������������*-���������i-:f.*,-:- ���������.'..-..  p.on mm  i tbe bee'  'Net! of  fet to-  VGrei  arr'EoKj  Dean Paul,;Redpath^ and; Dr. Dodd,.whose  prison thoughts are' -a^hTsMdy, jtyere all highf  ly educated men^wlib^ aparfrirbm their acts  n*A  Annrie   A amwrraAha h\tthack~nmr\ mon'iiTa firm!  $&Xi  ���������teyoffo  .nio,i������u|.  5. sent i)  \X}*'  e.Fmcv  ���������iilsEw;  ���������Yi-8'  g-Boofc  ipliedmi'  , wM  fcieryiii  frlStre^  rfflimti  ithevsj  on of lb  Sit  jbslut!  ] fill probation; thrbughj]fyhich%;. Jugge-; muf (  pass before^ amvingLafcva seat;bh^ thel^ench;^  does not se]fc, "aside ^i^'big^J^^S^^^fi,  ^imle^ivn^  :��������� tice 'between- man>ai?d man^ Hehce^the neces-*  -sity'-'for a strict vigilance "on. the part of the;  public tojiealouslv^watch .such, sftjsndid ai-  ^irmiENTSi* that may bethrned'byahjiniproiferi  use into the subyersipn'oXthe. yery^j^tic^ejbr]  which he? is1 judgb^ lis ..^wholly ^bcpu'ritdblb.  Again, supposing" thaf'teSge :Begbie imper^  ^otia^esall1he^a|tribi^|]ffl  and that among' the \pbbr 'butu houbst; miners.  ��������� ii not one of them is sufficientlyrverseclin jur-]  isprudence *to, assume^the,;Hght of oriticising  the judgments 6f Mr.5Justice ^fiegbie ;": 'what  then ? Are they/to ���������?.submit stb; ,all manner of  anno^ahce,;extbrtio]uiiJiiju^^  fofsobte^Ju^b^BegbibMls themat isiSis]laW?  <Grod:forbid. fP-herlaw? of thiswcolonyffortuhf  ately have been framed/ iftiippssible^io avoid  these, grievances, and; it -.is ohly ..withi^e^adV  ministration of them that we rhave to deal!  ^ The rules of the]Supreme Coiirt^are ou jques?  -���������tions of title to ground, hound by the decision;  *<��������� given'iu,thp Gold Gbnunissioner^s Gpfet/bsfiffi  ^anipftejitJsJMi^^  l)ie orders M injunct&iT* by^'Ve^'feegular  proceeding before the case is hbard/ and 'then  | is obliged by xaw to tak^titx^ff again. Oar  ^ffi1 Mining, Laws, distinctly -stated' that ah' appeal  if^HE froin tbe decision of the Gold ��������� Commissioner^  g^|| Court shallbe-fifldLW;What does-JudgelBeg-  ^^B bicsay ?������������������ I can sit injlie. Su.pr.eme -Court and  [ 11 i 9 a/^r]Maring. the]/whole/ affidavits give as^ver-  Bls>^ dictforrdefehdant4':butfgenti^  same affidavits into; jinother court,? and. what  happens, a verdict for^plaintiffs,;; ]I;ask is tliia  ra������t Law.br Equityt'-'VOfla^.itha"s:bSen;M;^iiii  ^g tice Begbie's; custom jb dictate; tp;andevehin^  interestedipress;in regkrd'tb gold fields in general, and,Big:Bencl;iri particulant; Acbording  to the latest news,v the; VictPria^ presahasv^^  ready^delivered a rmountain,, out of a mouse  in the accounts of &e richness of thiiEl I)d^  radb. ^ :Don j t;y o Ji'thin^^  musthayevbeeh Cn  mining country ?.] (No; persohal reflections.)  We, areinclihed ib;pu  Commissioner Smith's account of .what has  been:taken out of Big i&^]:;.He'-tolls.������iai that  ,$37)000.is.,all that he is aware of having cbme  out.   Fifty menin; little more than two weeks  extracted this amount over $700^er  man.    Although thisjis a nice little sum, will  it warrant a stampede: of:sis; or seven JhbuJ  sand minors to} thesb^ig^ings ? ; As the song]  tel is us, 'f time alone will -ease; theiriwoe?? We  at least have ho jhifontibn ��������� fetriish heedlessly;  off from Gafibob District, dull as it is, until  the extent "and 'richness of the Big Bend mine|  is bpybtfcl'-'.dbub'th XWe have already seen more  thanYOrieY^elephUn^  proverb^ that^a;ihir<l in;the-hand is better  {t^a^^b^a;^-fbti!s*h:^-'*^^ '""' "i  In conclusion, a word to, those who will ai  all hazards become Big Benders; ^before;^et4  ^h^but-havbiaDcertaih]^^  you are^goirig; and when:oil your journey do  not be persuaded toiurn back; remember Lofe  wifo.   A young mam'who walkbd froin Yale  bn rbuteto Cariboo withus;icamefrom5the east  to journey^to ;TOlliams- Creek, and /mirabile  dictu^tenedba'Ck] at] ;Bejiver Pass^ # Never  despair,? travellers tb: Big Bend:] stick to the  well known adage^ << nothhig beats'a/ trial."  If unsuccessfoI,^\vould say'with Jacob] Faith-  ful when his' mother died,; -.";better luck next  time;" if successfulv I6se?ho time in��������� acquaints  ing your friends:inCariboo of ^?your gobdluck.  and, then^ perhaps; Messrs. Editors) you will  miss-from. WilliamsvGreek,    k y ; ;,"  :* Your obd't servant,' []  f f<    ^ '"��������� "   -���������     HONESTUS;-ET PRCDENTIA  Camerontown^.27th Jan'y, ]iS66.    v   > *  One . THiN&.^-Rev. Simeon; Parmlee,Vwell  ^.fhe^::GarlboQ^femel^^Yi:'YS^  wmm  m  (T^������feec$tfof>cjc^  "-���������-"��������������������������� ������������������       *-   .-���������    ������������������ tv.:yyj-. ������������������'���������^.*i-.''-"xr'%'.-.f;%..'-'-.':^-r.5������|A������;-..rt ���������������������������>��������� ;��������������������������� r.. .,  ft^#*iSi|?^^^w  ASD;  i/j- CAMERb|0^]'WLUiMS^ /(.  Tim TESiTS 0F].SUSCRIPT10N.have bwn rBduiod tp  ^gpermonth;Ytuore 400 -volumes of.isTow'.Works  hu^^emvonly lately adUed to tho",circulating Tiioriiry/  ���������anteor������ ar0 expoetod.daily;  ' Parties aro solicited-to  suQScnoex������������������<+.��������� ^M ���������tu>l^   ' >&&(������������������������������������   Y-.- >.';.,,;' ^kryfr^  JOHN ;B0WRGN, Librarian.- >  UMk  im-  Sf;  ,Lr������4raJ'; -VV'* JSai 4lli^'4lN-^''2& Y������i^y������ ������������������-  iA^Eypi^'i^';:;;:^  DEALER*; itt3  Iiiiai������lll  ".'.' .;.4���������--' ���������..."��������� '."��������� v-'-r - ;:Y-Ys,Yi'i:Y V���������;*��������������������������� "'''������������������l ���������'" Y";-.''*!.--i,'^""t;;'������������������.*"'���������"������������������' -���������������������������.  ./���������?|Y''' " '        '''     :'  J - , ��������� i -  - r: Merb^iiaND ��������� nanaijio ; . ���������: / ky >"  ;:;,;Y'']^i^'W  ^,   .. ,1-IN^H^tpTED STATES.'   ���������   Y-,  "���������; ^#'s4i^|^pi| tortlan0/ohe^ -   ���������  'A1,   .  XY  Montreal  ^IP-Svp.;^;^  Dill  .; Iron'.' Gar.' Wheels,  POWDER, : FUSE,, &c.-r &c..   /    :,".  rALso;1'  ^S ?u^^^S^i telUngtgfim eyen^befpre]]%lvferjjipt:  S "^ ^um^> -tnaC" whSteyer:-decision]^ey^ttiay  fe* c?me;^^*^^M^.iWW^be:^ristra^d'' by  ^g: his almighty power, <-a^e are,;a peaceful ] and  ^g^ law^biding,people, there .is]hot # felon:'is w"  mm jail, thanlcs io the; able adtninisti^ation of Judge'  Wm Gox'.D ^tM *ts of Judge] B  9H public of an ancient monarch whoTs^ ^wlth  ^g the most profound vanity oh-the sea beach  H' aRa;requested-% wayesof the sea-to recede  ;at his approach^  Caustic. '  BIG BEND.  WI  & i  stloneng  ill  jap .  -p',������������������-���������;������������������;'-;:.^'(From-tho;JCartb'ooitc��������� $��������� iY ���������. '.'��������� .-���������'���������;X,--':  ^    ^essrs; EDiTORs:-^The recently discovered  H|^d'fieldB-qa;'the Big Behd'of the Columbia  gSffl nTer'.at Present-attracting more than ordinary  nJH a7?nttl0n' Present' an interesting subject on  mm which, gentlemen, with your permission, I Will  lg|||g| Hazard a few scattered remarks to 'the readers  S of ^your valuable newspaper.7 r f  m .Notwithstanding, that the miner is perhaps  ��������� the most unfortunate of human beings, suffer-  0 mg more privations and hardships than almost  m teLl^/^f.^n, a strange, infatuation  lS^0l0u ^ and ^rushes' at myth  M ca^^'^1^ ^^nh0Pes that rear airy  S . But as affairs, are sp; glpomy in this redon  1 elbow0 J?^ m?n *** ������ <������*^ both  ��������� 1ZZ ?d P������ck?fc (andi gentleman, there's no  -f use of denying it, "their name: is legba")  |fbrd, used to relate the foliowittg^urespec$ng  :one 'of h{sparishioners, wIkk neyer]\vas known  jto engage; iii" any religious] conversafion^so  'stjeongly was he^attached to things earthly^  Mr. Parmlee called one day. to have: a', talk  ;with him; 'He wished to have ' the -minister  walk oyer his well-cultivated farm^ wnich re^  ijuest^s complied;with. ]]Aj^er lookingathis  Stock and crops, he-waited for-'aa'-apportuiiity,  to change; thei;subject to] things1 of 'a reiigioxis  nature.;; At last the minister, thought the time  had arrived^;when he said,;;^All^se things  are: good -enough ;in:their'; places^ but ��������� tfhou"  lackestdne;]thing;^ ^Yes, yes," -said-the farmer^ |^a good carty and I'll have pt^too.^' The  minister1 gave^it-iip^Y-'-Y/^;; '-f:">Af  IV;JE05If,you want & save 'money get your  Newspapersfand Magazines from G.]C:  :s6n& Ca, ;;,B(^ks]elierSY Stationers] and News  Agents,:New Westminster; who forward papers  by mail or express to all parts of the;Colony.  I ���������?$&<&������������������ quack ;doctpr a dyertises;; to; cure;  ambh^other; incurable> di^a^es/YJtocoboni-  mizzaris, Ab delkader,Hippo tanius, IPotato Rot,  Hydrostatico, Inflammation of the Abominable Religions, Ager Fits, Shakin Quaker visits,  and all kinds.of Anniversaries]  I ^S^Merephysical:insensibility; to danger  ddes not constitute courage. Nearly all brave  men have been finely organized, arid therefore  of nervous temperament. ( Julius Csesar was  nervous, so was Bonaparte,, so was Nelson.  The Duke of Wellington saw a man turn pale  as he marched up to a battery, ^Tlmt;" said  he, "^is a brave man 5 he knows his danger, but  faces it"  . W.D.Moses has just leased the premises  lately occupied by D. J. Dixon, in Barkerville,  where he intends carrying on his old business  of Barber and Hairdresser. His arrangements  are not yet completed tor 'supplying! his Hair  Invigorator. He invites a call from his old  friends and patrons.    ��������� .   . *  f'l  WrttiflM  ER Y*  g^E 0 F E L D E R   &   C 6l  town of West- n      -r ?X v. n.*������ ^ * - ��������� ; ���������' -    " ' '  DEALERS I.V,  *1i#5IYfc^Y^J<^;AYY  'll'Vtltfltffc,  ;,:���������;;'----t    ' Storage<and Commtesi6n;'f-f-'l ' - a."  COHEN  &   HOFFMAN,;  ,..;;'/    x     ,   -DEALERS. IN (.���������    ^     ,   ,���������]'.'   - (] .  OLOTHMa & i) m #te#  .���������  '.V .;"'  :  ;- BARKERVILLE.   ; ?!������  . "���������������������������*:\:"' *  A large supply pf IiADiES' Goods on the way.  v^^|^y^^rbo^aawa^Gueipa^  ^Y^odepicljg^trordiVPicton^erth',,  '  ,  m -  ���������,  ',   -^Siif^e^Sl   Catbe-in<   t    - :  ON'NEW^bRKS^tes: BKili GundrV; fteniU '  ' - r^HRP1������ Bank of -Montreal J. ^1  ��������� 7  '- >    ���������    i- -^ "-^W*        ,   '    " ,, '���������,.    ,,,:': T  ONIREL iin^JJ^^AXkuFlFIST.A (D, LIMlifii^  ONENGLAKlfcimSANltOF'ERmSHCOUWE  '.-���������"   ,; - ��������� r\ ... Y; ^^ fJB^d'Omce, _Lqmbard Si.; Lbaddtt^'"  ;iW^  ;,CURRE^/AQC������pS opstitd for,any;amoant,iwf  Icsstlijin Onfl Hungry D331'  ���������  ���������'.  Bills Discounted itntonected \ n j id Bills o f E srt h ansa  >���������  on Greatpritais^^fjrandise'd';aid:; New York,p&'-" 5  ch.vsed' -  -       "��������� v -���������1' ,        <        "Y  (Y7c iiimcaV af^!;Yh������r 0aw:r5iie^ r?reiTud for saf������-+:  custody; Interest^aigmi-videiids collected.   -     ,"'!'  'si      "       ..���������.���������. .*^S3^;..  ..   .  : Received.ouDepp^orAdvances made upon them; i  ���������-    ���������-���������-���������- ^^itSM  <5oij)>X>ust^p  .wit|iitf24yho;iir^1  .April,.1866.-  Ey  HGDGE  B ARKERVILLE-^Adjoining: tho; Express. Office.  ;���������']. If. "f'f 1    TEB BmK OFp ^],i';    ; ���������'  . * "������������������' r ".''Established isISSS., y' y';" ' ^':! -':.:  ;��������� Head Osticb ^JT[ ST.; HELENS PLAGE LONDOSf;  !^DRAFTS ISSUEI) onXondbn^irowYorir^San^Fran^  Cisco, Garlboo,1 Canada,u New ^nins wick," Nova Scotia  and oil all tlie Branches of the National Bank of Scotland, and Provincial,Bank of Ireland.,   ,,   ;. .,  Bills of: Exchange and Ck������ld- Purchased. ^  f Interest on SpecialDeppsits'onitfone^liowed atthi  rato of a quarter of one per pent.-p.er^month.,, ; ���������  BL Ice smith,  BARKERVILLE,  -  M.  Jv BLAGKMAN,;  ���������!    BARKERVILLE;^  BARKERVILLE  BREWERY:  HICOLAS  CTJNI0,  !     BREWER.       '  LEWIS  W!LDErYL  Boot and Shoe Maker,  BARKERVILLE;    ; 1  ;. -Gold Dust MeltedVand. Assayedy iand returns;'m.4o  within 24;hours in.Coin or Bars.   ���������.-;/'; X *  Ores of every description carefully Assayeti.      ��������� "  ��������� N.B.-r-Any instructions astotho'oUsposal of the proceeds, of Gold; Dust: forwarded ^b;;th6.oillce.ia,Tict���������rlft  for Assay wiU be cai'ef viUy attended .to.,; -   .   i'.*  ,    ���������.   .J/G; SHEPHERD, llanagw: .  '.::.Victoriay:V-1;^April������������������lS66Y'-:--;''- ���������������������������lit z.^i^i^-ttt  should  give credence to  cildPfi wlfhfC ir -F any rePort that is  Ly MOUTTET  & CO.,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL      '  ICOMmSSMMEEGEAHTS  RICHFIELD, Williams Crock, B, C.  ; A Beautiful Experiment.���������If an acorn he  suspended by a piece of thread to within half  an inch of some water contained in a hyacinth  glass, and so permitted to remain without being disturbed, it will in. a Upw months burst  and throw a root down into the water, and  shoot upward its tapering stem,. with .beautiful little green leaves. A young oak tree,  growing in this way on a mantle-shelf of a  room, is a very interesting .object  Why is the to othache. Ii Ice an unaii swerable  argument? Because it makes people hold  their jaw.  ^#^If you want good Coffee use Fell's.  E HAVE ON HAND a large stock of Provisions,  Hardware and "Vegetables, and are determined to sell them cheaper than any other store on  Williams Creek. Come and see and judge for yourselves.  ��������� Richfield, May 5th, 1S66. -  1  -    BARN ARD'S  .Connecting,at..Lillooet 'and Yale with']DIETZ��������� & ���������  ; ;NELSOX}S,for Now Westminster & Victoria >.  WILL" ARRIVE"��������� AND; DEPART- from the.office in  Barkerville, tb,;cbrinecl.wi tli the steainer **BTu*."  terprisq" at 'Qnesnelmoutta; and the STAGES at Soda-  Creek, EVERY'-"VTEEK^chnkeying ttwwwitg, Letters and .Valuables for a] Imparts of .the.world L   Also  Commissions received and forwarded by Exprt?ss for'  the coUection of Notes, Bills and tlie purchase nf. articles to be obtained at Now Westminster, Victoria, Pan  Francisco,or onroulc,: and returns made with dispatch.  ..,;,-    JOHN B; LOVELL,   *  Ls . Agent, Barkerville,       .  JAMES   PURD1E,  BLACKSMITH, -.  RICHFIELD.     . .     1  HENRY   SCHORLiNG,  ,      VAN WINKLE, ���������    '  Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Clothing, &c.  #������T Stabling for -Horses; H^y, Barky and 0������is ������I-  xruys'on hand. %*%  Important 3 to  Miners! '  The undersigned is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS M������  ���������;.','���������";" PANNINGS,. ';'...'-  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity om ilaa  - . :Mosr Liberal Terms,, at the   '";'���������'".,'  Reading Room,, Cameronton,     :  The Subscriber is well known on Williams: Creek, aael  from the confidence reposed in hi in last; Fall in the  abovo business, he hopes to receive the patronaga ef  the Mining community tho ensuing- season.-  s -JOHN J30WR0N.'  NOXXCE.  BIG- BISKD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  URINb THE ..MIXING -SEASON the unde.isjgnt4  will he prepared to execut* Surveys and tran*;*dt  ft General Ai'������n<7 Susinisrs, JOHN MORRIS, ���������'  1-s . tiivi! Engintt������r, /  THE CAEIBOO SENOTEL  effect much.  jHSBXHSSZS  I.JMJ'VWLIU!* IT-'MIWitfa  MONDAY- JUNE 11, I860.  -TELEGRAPHIC.  '      (������?pecui Dispatch tbthe;CARiBOO Sektxxsit. j ��������� ���������������������������  .West Point, May 29th, 1866.���������Lieut. Gen.  Scott died this morning, at five minutes past  ������������������ -eleven]' At Saratoga; the new Congress Hall  ���������_ was destroyed by fire;this morning; total loss  ' $200,000, insurance $100,000 ;;.the hotel was  to have been opened on Wednesday morning.  Farther Point, May": 30th:���������Steamer DaviH,:  with- dates to the 19th,,has arrived. .Consols  73ir@.744;:U. &^20s;G(5 *@ OCp. Cotton af-  ter some fluctuations closed at last week's  quotations; arrivals of tlie-week 60,000 bales,  ,^n Friday 6000.   Breadstuff's were being re-  ' stored, but dullness .continued, .with rumors  of heavy suspensions at Liverpool.   The Austrian-Prussian difficulty is uuchanged.    Tlie  lung of Prussia:recently-made a speech to the  repiHisentatives of the Protestant authorities,  . saying, f'lhave not made th.e^xisting com plications,, but there"is a situation in which peace  cannot possibly be. maintained or-secured at  any price.    I have a/TuU;,knowledge..of my  ���������Save responsibility,; 'and; shall pursue with  confidencc the course in which God pleases to  conduct me/?: "English' papers contain an account of an explosion of; nitro-glycerine iii  Sydney,] AustraUa,.on the.4th'March-;tse vera!  lar"-e'stores were'completely'derribHshed.  ��������� fifiew Yorkj May 29th.e-The; steamer Persia  "brings 'dates to--the ^{fthV-^^ons^ls 'closerl afc;  80^ for money;]5-20sat65i.@66. Breadstuils  generally unchanged.:Cotton sales 5000 bale3,  dull with" little enquiry. VvXhe.weekly-returns  of tlie Bank of England;are the most extraordinary ever, published, ..although, it, had not  availed itself of the privilege granted by Government:' decrease ia'bullibri: was ������812,315, in  noteS:������421,195.:]The 'Daily.News',says:--An  ��������� analysis of the ��������� statement;.;shows an; increase  one week of ������10,00.0,000;in. advance of prj-  . vate.securities.. VThis.nnrjreeedchted'am  : proves hpw.ehprmous;=lia^-been the.pressure,  for want 6f accommbdatiori^n accquut of the  jiahicthroughout'tlie^c^ a great-deal ot  ������ tlie borrowing was merely-precautionary however. ������50,000,000 have been'^ded to private  deposits. ���������Increase of ������977:,8p0 in circulation;  results mainly from a desu'ejof ]couhtry Bankers tb: secure themselves,;against all'contingencies.,. Notes wtthdrawii;������are] not only put  in circulation, but '������������������ there now seems to be a  ' :tair. prospect that we w|ll gas3.safely .'and- sure- ���������  1 v.-through^ tlie crises.wWolft^iolatirig; the  ' ������������������law." ': ������382,000^iirgold^wltn^awji-must have  been taken mostly by Provincial, Scotch-and'  Irish Bankers as a measure of precaution.���������  Some additional suspensions.. ^arc reported  among London Bankers, including the Oricn-  lafahd Commercial ���������Limited Banks; ��������� New Zca-  laud Banking Association; Messrs. Dwyer &  Co., Indian Cotton Merchants; European Bank  ot London suspended on.the 19th, liabilities  ������1,000,000. Efforts for a European Congress  are still being madeyby France,;. England and  Russia/but with litt!e,bopes of success. Lord  Clarendon, in the House of Lords; admitted  thatxonfidentiai communications were pass-  iug between the Governments, but that there  were little hopes of a peaceable solution.- ���������  The latest dates, .via Queenstown, arc London, May 20ih;-reports concerning a European  Congress are conflicting; one ^authority says  Austria has declined, another, says neither  Russia, Austria nor Italy had yet been officially addressed. Paris Bourse ilat;;rentes 63f.  oOc. It is rumored that a sanguinary conflict  had taken place between the ^Turkish and  Moldavian troops.  San Francisco, .June 2nd.���������A .banquet in  honor of Anson Burlingarne, American Minister to Chi na, and Gen. V an Val ken berg, American Minister to Japan, was given last evening by the principal Chinese houses in this  city.  nor did they effect much. One battery on  shore, mounting two heavy guns,' blew up;  but it was not ascertained whether caused by  a shell from.tlie. enemy or from other cause.  Callao itself is not injured. At sundown the  whole Spanish fleet withdrew ignominiously  to their anchorage, off San Lorenzo, the Peruvian's blazing away.bravely as &ey retreated.  Number killed and wounded among the' Spaniards is estimated at 500.  Chicago. June lst.~The Fenians invaded  Canada last night, crossing the Niagara-River  about four miles below Buffalo, about 15,000  strong, and are to-day "entrenching themselves  to resist attack. They are commanded by  Col. Hi- ft. Stagg and a Col. from Nashville,  Tennesse. ������;Thc troops are composed of volunteers, from the, west. and southwest. The  crossing was effected by steam, tugs and canal  boats. Great excitemont prevails in Buffalo,  and Canada "West. Reports indicate movements by Fenians from Rochester, Buffalo and  other points on a large scale to join.' .[Here  southern line failed ; will get further particulars SOOn.���������Ol'ERATOR.]  Yale;.June 4th.���������A letter to the B. C. 'Tribune, from Seymour, May 26th, says: The  long looked for steamer Marteh.arrivedatour  little town this afternoon at six o'clock. As  she drew near she was greeted with a volley  from anvils, gunsand pistols, and three hearty  cheers and a. tiger from the boys on the beech.  The Marten is a beautiful model, and as strong  as she is handsome. She reflects groat credit  on the designer, Mr. Trahy, and the, foreman;  Mr. Thompson.    The  engineer,  Mr. SmYren,  ed waggons are ready to go out. Some of our  merchants went out yesterday to see the state  of the road, they report that nothing can be  done until the water falls considerably, and  then it will take some days to put. the road In  repair so. that waggons can pass over it again;  Foot passengers can get along by atrail.that  runs much higher up. The river seems to be  on the fall since yesterday, and has fallen two  feet The steamer Reliance arrived]this morning from Bmerys Bar, where she has been  waiting since Sunday, on account of the weather  and drifting timber in the ;iiver ; she leaves  to:day for New Westminster      ' ���������  Latest private dispatches arrived in townto  W.H. Sutton, from New Westminster, announcing the death.of Gen. Scott: all the American  flags in town are half-mast.' ' Also, ] that the  Fenians had invaded Canada; heavy tightihg;  JS������*- The Bank of British Columbia has.dq-  clared a dividend for the past half year of 12i  per cent.  J8ST'Miner's* communication will appear next issue.  DANCING-  '-   FOR THE  #00,000!  AT  THE GAZELLE BILLIARD SALOON  .r,r    . CAMERONTOWN,  y    r   ������������������ ��������� '  TTTHERE THE PROPRIETOR, T. A. BARRy  VV gives a generat invitation ..to his. friends audit"  public at l;irgo to_call and.judgo.ibr themselves !  merits of his Billiard Tables; also,' tho Choiee Brandt  his SEGARS and LIQUORS. The Orchestra X,  consists or four musicians, is First Class.        10.3m  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  WHOLESALE AND- RETAIL  DEALERS  ;, ������������������   .-   "' ������������������:' ��������������������������� "KINDS OF"    '-���������'.'  IX ALL  WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF. LANDS & WORKS,   ,  ^;<^?mp^^ ..���������QJUE-SMELMQlUXH,^,..]:  time the steamer arnveCf at cavanas Ferrv "    .       up TO 12 O'CLOCK ,-f v '  Monday,''! 8th!- June, 1866,  .     FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES : ������'���������' : ���������' - '' -j  the boilers and machinery, were, placed, the  wheel built, and.steam on ready to -m.a^e her  trip on the day named. by the Govcrofoent.  She left Say ana's Ferry oil Saturday ..evening  at five o/clock, reached Kamloops at half-past  seven; where she lay last, night, left next  morning at six, and arrived to-rday at 6/p. my  It is believed that she will be the fastest boat  in British Columbia waters. ..'-. The news .from  the mines, if.not very encouraging, is not quite  so discouraging.as received a few. days ^ago.  T^e water is still too'-high;to admit of much  work being done.    Romanors mill is.nearly  completed and will be sawing.in a few days.  The following is from the private letter  of a man belonging to Tale- who writesifrom  Steamboat Landing, Columbia, river, under  date of May 23rd :���������We left Seymour on] the  17th for Kirby-s- Landing' over the; Government trail, ��������� which, is ' now .impassablepfor  animals. _ For 11 miles the snow.lies.from.one  to ten .feet; deep.    The: packers are .commencing to x>ack from Seymour to the Frenchman's  a distance of 21 miles : from thence to Kirby's  landing, 16 miles by Indians ; from Kirby's  Landing to  Wilson's Landing,  18 miles by  water, from thence to French Creek 13 miles  making the whole distance from Seymour to  French Creek 68 miles., \ The gold on the  Columbia river is line, and but little prospecting done.   There is gold running through  the country but the quantity is yet to be ascertained..  The claims that were working last  August and September are.now. doing nothing.   If something docs not turn up in the  shape of good claims or a good prospect,  there will Hot be many men left in the. country.   The Yale people are all sticking to the  country.   Steamboat Landing is two  miles  below Death Rapids.   From Death Rapids to  French Creek 22 miles, there are two houses  or log cabins, the one  open and the other  closed.   The country is thickly timbered. The  weather is very changeable ; snow fell in the  mountains from two to  three inches during  3000  do  700  do ���������  400  do  600  do  100  do  200  do .  150  ���������Co-   ���������  60  do .  1 box of F  1  do M  , .1  do Sc  3000 Its. best Golden Gate Flour; ft .  Quality Rice: . rj   -."  Oregon or California Bacon; ' - -  Bnyos Beans;-   ���������������������������:���������..    ������������������;  No. 2 Sa n d w; i ch Is. Sugar;   ....  Dried Apples;.; ';-.-'-.  Salt;  Tea;  Ground Coffee.; .'��������� '���������'  eppor;  ...      .  llusuird; *       ;'     '.'.',"':.  Soap;    ;.-'    . . :    .     ���������    t���������  Also, to be tendered for separately or together, with  tlie above articles::..  2 tons of Natural Hay; ....:..  .:  1000 fts.ABarley;  2000 Its. Potatoes;  1000 fts: Turnips. . ,.]...-���������.  Proposals will also be received for the supply of  8000 fts..of Beef.     .    ..', ���������.- ^;_ flf.'. . v  : ';  Tenders to state what price on foot delivered at Cot-:  t'onwood'Ranch', or killed and delivered on the work between Cottonwood and Richfield; ifon foot animals not  to exceed. oOO.lfes. net.- ... ���������.-.-.  ...   . ...-.:-     -.. -  Tii o a'bovc articles are to be all of.thc best description.  One-quarter of the above articles to be delivered at  Ed word's or Van Winkle within six days after tho ac-1  ccptance of tho Tenders, the remainder'within 15 and  30 days respectively. .':..-    ���������  Tenders to state the price for cash on delivery, or for  Bills at 60 days on Chief Commissioner of i^nds and  Works at New Westminster. -.������������������������������������  Tenders to be endorsed "Tenders for Provisions, Cottonwood and Richfield Road.''      ���������-.  The lowest or auv Teuder not necessarily accepted,  ,  THOMAS  SPENfCE,  : Government Agent,  Richfield, June 9th, 186C. ��������� 11,  PROVISION?, tIQU0RS, SEGA������S,  BOOTS   &; SHOES,  *.MININa TOOLS, 'fe,.  3yeg* toutitl-thB ������tl'������i tiorrof ^hner&'mil-oM^-  ...to thoir full assortment of SUPERIOR GOODS  wliich, will .be sold        .-  Al*;:^CO:^]T"P]R'r<>'E:-sV  to make room for. a NEW STOCK to arrive so soon as  ��������� ���������'���������''������������������'';.''��������� ';'���������'���������.'the Roads5arc open.  .^SrlJiberal \ allowance will bo made to  Restaurant and, Hotel'-Keepera, and.the Trade generally  on hirge.orders.'������������������   .  "���������' f .'..  '��������� '!'���������'''. I .  1  :.:'"���������!���������'������ ���������;    !    RIGHFIELD,  [fi, PATRICK  KlrtWIN^ Proper:  Best Billiard Table'on tlie Creek; the Liquors  ..,,<.: and Cigars aro of tho finest -quality.     ; 9  XXXti'U.dXlG:Ef:ffl  The P. M. S. S. Co.'s steamer Golden Age,  which left Panama May 19th, where she con-  no e led with'steamer leaving New York May  lltb, arrived early this morning ;  she brings  1 ate news from South- Amenca., ^An.extra; issued from the ofli<ce of the Paiian^a/'Morning  Ohroniole, contains details.of the action of the  Spanish fleet on the town of Callao, and its  impulse by the gallant Peruvians.   The attack  was made on the 22nd,   The <Chronicle, says:  Action commciiccd^at.noon on. the.22ncl, the  i'eru vians flring the first shot   The Spaniards  attacked the batteries in two lines, the Villa  .. de. Madrid, Blanea and Berengtiela taking the  forts to the north, and the Miinancia, .Ahnaii-  cia and Resolucion those to the south: of the  town.   Early in the engagement a shot struck  the Villa de Madrid, cutting asunder the steam  pipe and. damaging her badly; after about  two hours firing another shot penetrated the  hull of the Berengula, making a tremendous  hole, through which the water rushed in and  she looked like going down; butihey .managed to careen her and patch her up sufficiently  to drag her soon away from the scene of action.    The Bianca showed no indications of  haVi ng been strnck,   The t������liips attacking the v  c u tttheni bdtteries ��������� were no t ��������� inuch  damaged.  the time we were crossing.. The trail is a  good one, or. will be when the snow is off the  ground. For my part, I shall stick to the  country until driven out by the snow. Mr.  Moberly and party are doing all they can to  open up the country to the mines. Good  prospects struck on a gulch falling into McCtil-  lough's Creek. ^ There was also some excitement'on French Creek about some new discoveries there. The Munroe co'y have taken  out S1200 this season. Men were 1 eaving  Seymour daily for the mines. At last dates  packing was done to the 21 mile house for  six centsaponnd.  Fraser River has risen now considerably  higher, than, it has been any previous year  since 18G2; at this town it has risen at least  40 feet.   An immense quantity of timber has  been carried down by the flood, rendering  steamboat navigation very dangerous.    The  steamboat Lillooet only came up as far as  Emory's bar on Thursday last, finding it very  hazardous to proceed any further; she came  all the way up;however yesterday without  accident; it requires the greatest skill to steer  a vessel up at;present.   The Reliance stopped  at Emory's Bar yesterday.   The waggon road  between Yale and Lytton has been considerably damaged.   At Rombrose's, lo' mile post,  the river has inundated the road.     Mr. Barnard lost two horses by drowning there yesterday.  Yale,'6th June.-���������No thing of importance in  town to-day. Business seems at a stand still  on account of the road being still impassable  between the 17 and 19 mite posts,, from the '  WILLIAM    SEW ELL,  BUTCHER,  VAN WINKLE,  BKGS TO  INFORM  HIS  CUSTOMERS  AND THE  public generally that he intends to furnish them  MUTTON, so soon as packing is practicable,  ve claims on the dillereut creeks, or  The Steamer -Enterprise"  \   :j:/^:?Wmrleave-SODA.CREEK'] V'  :: MONDAY & THURSDAY- MORNINGS,  '- ���������'��������� ���������"'     '"'".'��������� [" AT DAYLIGHT;        "    ���������]    ���������  ��������� X'X'   .. Will leave QUESNEL ]  ,WEDNESbAY.& SATURDAY MORNINGS,  ;'      '  '        vATO O'CLOCK,  Connecting at Soda Creek witb Barnar'dts Stagfsoq  Wednesday's trip down and Thursday's trip up.  ^������T Freight to Quesnel 14 cts. ^ lb.  Steamer 'Enterprise, > \ '���������.������������������'������������������  May 21st, 1866.      J "5  ���������m  I  BEMOVAL   OF GOODS. M  m  BEEF OR  at their respecti  residences, at the Most RE,*so.\ABi,E Rates.  Van Winkle June 11th, 1866.  11  i      H.   C;   WILMOTT  BEOS TO INFORM THE MERCHANTS AND PUBLI2  .'of Williams Creek that he is prepared, at the short*  est notice, to remove goods of every description with  care between tho towns of Richfleld, BarkcrriUe and  Camerontown, at' reasonable rates.  Richfield, May 21st,lS66. ���������      "       !"      "    '      5 .  1  ma  w&m  DURTNGTHE PRESEiNT WEEK we expect to-re^  . ccivc and open a First Class stock of BRAND NEW  GOODS, comprising  RUBBER   BOOTS,  GOODYEAR'S NO.   1  KUBBER. COATS,  ]       r        COAL OIL|&c, &c, ;  All of which have been most carefully selected and will  bo sold at the LOWEST RATES.  We cordially invito a call from oar old friends and  tho public geuerally.   ',.-'. -.  J, H. TODD & CO.  Barkerville, B. C., June 4th, 1865.  N. 33.���������-A small lot of Hakdware, ' Paikts & Oir.s on  hand, for sale at 50 per cent. Below Cost.'     r    9-2tn  BIIOASD AND BOWLING SALOON,  CAMERONTOWN,  C. FULTON, Proprietor.  There isno distillery kept in this establishment  and strychnine and rot-gut find no placo here.   -  GKREAT   ATTRACTION!  ���������."���������'���������.:;EVEE������: iEVBNING/.   ;.  Hi  1  I  n  P  P  m  AT TUB-  XT.  F!;SHXOT7SlLO0^,  BARKERVILLE]  SS  HIT   0;R   Ml  Bakery and Coffee Saloon,  RICHFIELD.  JACOB HEINSON, Proprietor,  Bread, Pies and Cakes constantly on hand.  A LL XOVERS OF THE TERPISCHOREAN ART ������������  ii..invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a neari?  welcome will bo.ex tended. .��������� .  .. jgST the best of Wines, Lipjiors and Segars,  and,Good Order observed.       '' .      ,  : 1- "���������'���������*���������   - MARTIN & COOK, Prop_^ :  .PRAGER   &   BRO.,  M EEC HANTS,  BARKERVILLE.  DEALERS IX  j ovcrilowiug of the river.   A number of luair  Assorted Merchandize  Wholesale aud Retail.     ���������' \    l  .   BA.RKERVILLE,  MISS THURBER & MR. LAWLESS, Prop^  rpiIIS HOUSE.HAS BEEN NEWLy FITTBb IJP'0*  i tho Restaurant principle with a view to the coroi  of tho public, and will be conducted in apa^"(Jto  ensure the satis!action of those ��������� who aro dispel  lavor the proprietors' with their patronage.  Meals at all Hours.. Good Beds,      .  isr*rhr.Rar is furnished with th������ best solectiP^  Urnu������rs���������au'i Seg������r,*,.  iges.  29th J  sy coi  nter t(  Bpay^  en at  iy was!  ckey ���������(  fe in 8jC  annel  ices t  theli  ���������oiindi  have!  annel.-  iringtl  ikaiid  ashing  Re coulc  We ha  is on th  ;    <kenou  count  ^8 well ki  ^pins to p  BBfects' oi  ^Sre earn  Bourse, a  9Bf recort  B ^Tq1{ }  Brift and  ^prouse,  Htated in  Bnifced, i  ffllrain is  B0(is not  ^pave the  B������nJectic  Mia co'y-g  whe requ  ������ith the  f ftbrd fo  ete co5;  ���������t worf  round i  round j  ���������ydrauli  P������7jus  mini d Q-.  A.     _  . friends au7t{j  ' tUcmselvea the  ChoieeBmticJs  rchestra, .whlch  *?���������'   ...10-3ui ���������  ���������ERS IN ALL  OB GOODS  ���������rive so soon'as  bo made to  Trade generally  '";  Prop'r.  ; the Liquors  ality.   ���������; 9.  >rprise'  EiK''V:'  )RNINGS)'  tfORNKGS,  ���������d's Stages on  y's.tripup.  fib."'  r-T  AND PUBLIC  1, at the stiort-  icription ffjth  irkcrville and  ��������� 5  ITOR.  ablishment.  laco here.   -  0  tsxixr.  :an art '������*  ,*hcaahea������r  id Segars,  S, Prop'rs. ....  3S,Prop^  TEDUP^  5 the co^Kf  a manner tj:  . disposed ������  teds,      ���������  scifc'eircn.flC  si  ���������l in working'O'M-erana.m.-a- fairway  S bavo.'alLstai:tM;.tp,w,v*,, and ex-  Slritj- equall^^nng^^the  ^������SS so :M attend  S*n^^1ffi^n^v;ea3tern^anto  Tv ona?i������r up the: creek; than itae  ���������1v - There wcre-a few -Companies,-.how?  rwhofovlna:a������rospcbfe%uffloic  I to cont.inue.,w;p������-king,.;aad many ft them  ^^tsbb*ipayv*Iatho SaaJuan;co ys  ^Ssfrah.(mnW>^ay: ���������#*������?**#  m  Bend and el^wfifer^, *te W^{^T  Send/to go1 ahd^c#mine;tbie' ferity and  Sfeare/ehtitled#^0 feet p^f,  the creekylnitthere ^ ^ll|enou^ of ban|s  " benches availa^leM^pre^niptipn^Alter  late"unexpectbd:;discpveries^  ���������lcprospectingon this; the richest of all the  ���������eks in Cariboo.   ���������-::������������������;;.; .     .. ,'.-..;       - l  an Juariico'y,'.3 shares ;.this coys ground  ocated on the east bank of the creek near  old Coonskin" claim, and has been worked  ice 1863; it .has.never paid less than wages,  $ season it is expected better pay will be  ,cn ; out ;��������� the��������� company, are ^-ground  iicino-.-Nicholson & Bradley co'y (drift) 4  ires, 6 men at work; this claim pays from  0 to $30 a day to the hand;..the channel  Jch is being worked is from 12 to 16 feet  per than that of the .creek;.the gold is  fry coarse,- wc saw a- piece;that was taken  ft a few weeks -ago weighing; $36.���������Old  whie co'y, 2 shares,^ men- at work,, starts  an incline;;-this^ground^still cpays good  ges. ���������'. Try it Again co,yj;^ia;res/laid b ver  29thJuly;^Simmes 'ho'y^^^ip^y^.  y wn1taato4^e-4^n^^fl-^4s ���������������*& last  ter to tap their diggings ;5will:be taking  pay in-8;6r;l0'days.^yide':West co'y,  eriat^  iy washed-up about 30 ouncpSi---Happy go  ckey co'y, busy running,^prospect tunnel,  e in 80'feei4-Forwar.d. cofy,'��������� just ;got into  annel at 80 feet, and are <now busy fixing up  ices to start washing.^The 'Casket co'y,,  the lastfeiv dijs have,been ;.slJiicing/Jronii-  pund in order.'to start a tunnel;; they expect  have 200 feet to run before they get to the  annel.���������McLaren co'y-, have^beeh engaged  ringjtbe past^ye.ek in: lowering their dump  x an d cutting '?.& ditch ; -they :commenced  ashing on Friday, this claim is. p ay ing big  e could not ascertain the -, amount however.  We.have often observed of late adisposi-  lon manifested on the part of many compan-  ls on the creek, to keep the amount of gold  ken out of their" claims. a secret; we cannot  count for this practice on any other ground  an the desire of avoiding litigation, for it is  well known fact, that so soon as a claim be-  lins to pay, the fortunate ��������������� owners' are beset  ith a series of��������� law suits, and'viewing the  :ects of the late decision in a - mining-casej  e cannot blame them for adopting this  sluicing and' erecting^ hydrauliei^prtratns^:  Tdhtihe-co?yy just, got .hydraulic Jo work.--:.  ���������; ;Below'the canon,; the; Burns:>Tuhhe! co?y  have gpt fairly to: work with -theirl hydraulic;  and are making good progress cjonsidefing; the  nature of the ground.; they have not cleaned  up yet^Gpnsolidated'co'y have ruii a tunnel  into;the hill;;ahdjat,a^istanceof 00teetsWck  a :prqspect of SI to the pan ph. Thursday last.  |~The'Jtatanip^ co'y have .".sia^d������������������to;Jd^ift���������frpm/���������  their shaft.���������Foster-Campbell co!y? erecting a  hew wheel and gearing, and;putting upflume.  ^���������Barker co!y,: preparing to sink a sha^t and  fepairing ��������� ditcli,-^-The creek claims^ between:  the.Barker and Cariboo co'ys are laidovertill  the completion x)f the Bod Xtock Draih.^Tbe  Aurora co'y are reported to have washed up  on Wednesday last, fo^thruc.! days' work, 3p0l  ounces;���������-Wake tip;. JakevCp'y-��������� arcft engaged  b lasting through bed rock todeep en their shaft,  will be washing again in the course of 8'or 10  da^;^-Wats6ri.cp5r:,haye beenjrunning ;a tun^  ne| down ��������� stream^lJ^tiglv^iin rock with the  ;yiew;pf..tapping tlie; phannel,Xthey^i;;hav;e just  got througjli and.. get; good^pimpects.-~Davis  cofy washed up yesterday 98 oiiuces.--AuslTa-;  liancofy, still washing top gravel and making  wages.^Welch oo'y,'.at woi*k oh .���������Bed'���������Mock  Drain.^-Garibooi co'y:; during the\rhigh stage  of; the creefc th is co 'y chdeavpred to pump ��������� out  their" 16wbr: sfiaft^;' antli al1;hpugh<,th6y Iia(Ii; a  punip: at work which was tlirp\ying 120 gallons  of water a minute were = unable' to ^ain an inch)  since the creek, has jfallen however they have  managed to; get- down, 47 feet; are .now piit^  tihjg- in an ��������� additional pump.-~Lillooet co'y are  at: work ruhninjr the Bed Rock Drain -throiigh'  6f>Jtha  is  o  _ -sluices;  to;wash up.���������Morning Star cojy have gofcinto  the channel, which is pitching';��������� have not cleaned up their sluices yet; find gopdprpspects.-^-<  ��������� Surprise Mnnel cP?y ar<5 stilt:drifting through  bed rbok^-Never^ Sweat .co'y have ,beeh 'impr-  ningi a drif t to tap * back channel;' will; get into  >pay: about, tliei piddle-pf thei week^rCaled biiia:  co'y j hay e beenen gaged during the past: week  inraising their shaft house and sluices, -and  erecting new hpisting^ gear,;J; in \ washing the  dirt around;arid inttheljhaft house tliey; got 47  ounces; resumed ;washihg pn;Satu?d^  zley co'y have just finished their tap drain on  Saturday^will now conimence work oh paying  ground.-^Bcauregard co'y stopped. wbrk.-r  Nevada Tunnel co'y have struck agoodipros-  pect, and will-commkice ..washing 'this week.  --Bank :co^y still r^uhning'; mcyne.-^^n^1t  co'y have; JbeCn at'work iQl last; week clearing  out old drife7-St. Andrews Tunnelfco'y still  drifting throughied rpclr>-^^|t:Charice co|y  (in cl ine)sthick,a;prospbct on Saturday of $ 150  to the pan.���������Last Chance co'y (shalt) are ^making from 30 to 50 ounces every two shifts; the;  :pay is ^ feet wid^\; ;washed"u^  about 30 ounces^Tinker co'y started. washing  last week and are^ndm^gboxi ^ay^-4Galifor-  nia Tunnel co'yihave b een troubled:, with .bad  purse, although it deprives us of the pleasure  f recording their success. ' i:  Well Mary. Ann co'y are running a prospect  rift and getting a little pay.���������The Wilson,  'rouse, Dutch Bill, and Steadman co's as  iated in our last general mining report, had  nited, for the purpose of cutting a drain, this  rain is now dug to a depth of 10 feet, but  oes not afford the necessary drainage; they  iave therefore decided on laying 'a flume in  injection with rhe Sixtoed Fete and Galifor-  ia co'ys, by which they will be able to cet  He requisite.grade to drain, their diffiinffs,  ./ith the additional advantage,the flume will  glord for carrying off their tailings.-Sixtoed  fete co'y commenced ground sluicing, 4 men  ^^^alifornia co'y, 6 men at work,  round sluicmg.-Cornish co'y, .4 men at work  Jiound sluicng.-Tyack  co'y, washing with  yarauhc, havenot yet cleaned up,���������Gallaher  ^���������Jftfteed ������a.hydi^Uic.-istenz^  sluieing.���������Forest Hill  co'y,  co'y,  ground  eroWco'rwashed-up bh'Tueiday^last;������0 ozs.,  on Saturday last 80 pzs., wilt have:; over 200  ozs. for last week ;: -this: pay, is' put Pf ground-  under the town site:���������Raby; co'y washed:: out  on Thursday. 2l������bki}. IQi ozs/ on: Friday, 12  ozs. on Saturday"-;-the .diggings will average  about 15 ozs. a day^Dead Broke co^y.washed  up for^kdays^';work: l^t weck\40 bzsi-SPor^;  est Rose*co'y have .not ye't goiintopay.^Pra-;  irie Flower cofy is still yielding about 100 pzs.  a week.���������The |high state -vol; the water in -the  creekhas prevented all. the co'ys below XMe  Raby co'y; from doing anything oh their;claims  for the .list' 8 days,..they ihave now' resumed  pumping and will get to washing soon; > v.  ffi:":fft ��������� '.'XXgoxki;[ns poiiCar..';:-.':,u.;,.,-:-XX;:i  ��������� 'We have no such big strikes as were being  made hi; this gulch about tliis.time"last, year  yet to. record, we cannpt say how soon it may  be our pleasing, duty to do so.-^The Saw: Mill  co'y have been working for some; time in connection with the "Aurora co'y tho ground that  was 'hi dispute last year and arc making over  wages.���������The Ericcson co'y are running a drift  for a back channel in the hill,���������The United  Tunnel co'y are nowln'over 170 ft.���������The Reid  co'y have now finished fitting up their shafts,  they will be able to, start sinking in the beginning of the week; their new wheels and gearing  are the best rig we have yet seen on the creek.  ���������Kew Zealand co'y have got all the water  out of their shaft and commencd to raise thoir  drift, will be washing during the week.���������  Union Quartz Mining co'y, this company was  organized last fall for the purpose of prospecting a quartz reef on the South side of this  gulch, they sunk a shaft over 60 feet deep and  tried the rock and found it to assay well;  they are now engaged sinking through: the  wall rock so as to test the lead at a greater  depth.���������Hood Tunnel co'y are now running  straight into the hill prospecting for the channel which is supposed to exist there.���������The  Home Stake co'y on the hill side immediately  below the Hood co'y, have been sinking a  shaft but have been drowned oiit.by the water  which is coming in from the bottom of thoir  shaft.   It is believed they,are not far from a  clianhel^The VRenfreW :co?y located1 oti the  ground lately held-by tlie:������>late ^ange;"co;'y  and as Gppd as; Any ;cp^^ 2 shares, 6: men -at  work, are ahbut, to sink a shaft. ��������� t   \\  '/The Perserverance- co'y are the ��������� only claim  ai;work, in' thls^ gulcli ��������� : This company^ are  well "named for they have been steady at  work prpspectihg since ! the spring of 1863,  ithere: are 5 shares ahd^ 5^ men working^" tlie  shaft is ��������� 75 feet'deept The^chahneris 26 feet  wide,; aiid the go id louhdijs, yeryi;.'coarse^.f;;ithe-  claiin paid ^l last, ifall; : ajhew wheel Mand  hbistihg|gear is being; put: up/ when this iL  finished^hey expect to do,well, - . ������; .w ,;  ' l "V ,' ���������    -'  ^.^-STOTJT^-GULGH/V 'X< XfXtXX . ...  * We; learned yesterday .that the Australian  co 'y^ which is located on a wet flat at the head.  of this-gulciy bottomed'their^Shal't '* on 'Saturday and gotaprpspectfof S2 to the pan.    1  GKOUSI3 -CREEK.. ;;     "^ .  , Thatiporfcion of .thV^creek: dfeout which so  much exciteuient has; been ielt of late is situated aboye what is called the little ,canoh,iand'  abouWwo-miles from' where the creek falls  into Antler. It coniraence������ at a point riear'the  sourcecof Canadian creek! aridjextends^ splay  as yet tested, upwards of a mile.on both sides  ���������of the creek-; the east side -however is the  favorite locality*: as it-is on this side where the  iiewr channel ^as; lately^fbund XrfX)ri :enteririg  the creek from the^ flat;^ich :|:diyides;it:: Ircnh  Canadian ;crccki; an ..entehsive-tbench; of v shaL-  lowgrouridpreserits itself to view^vcpritaining  several: acres, whicWhas: alb been; turned d verj  and worked with jpronttdririug: the: last few]  [iears^and ^pm;: whiclias ^i^;as; $5 0. a; day; tipj  ,the hand has'BeS  to /be a;: good deal- niore~ of similar^looking;  grouiid. all along the face of'the'hill. .'The:1  Be^'Ropkf lume"is; the nrstwbrk that attracts;���������  attention;!ii^is built;;arid5 laid: ii^a very subj-  stantial"manner^ and is a-;highly- creditable  piece of workmanship;^ bhly. pityis to see:  it lying idle, when there is plenty of water < to  work writb: and numbers of men W&o might bp  jDrontably euiployed on 'ite Opposite the head;  of theFfume is the store of Mr;McJVlia, which  ^as put ujilast spring, but it:seenis,the fayor^  ed town site is b eihglaid; off about ^quarter  of ^milPmrtherup than this^on a^flat-pppor.  site the^blahh; of the Biscovery; co!y, J: Several  sub^tahtial, log ^buildings' are* in course ipf  erecttohv'airiong which'is^the butcherjshpp pf  MessrkP.Gahnori&Co., anda ste^  loon. rWimthe:Viewpf^pci^  formation respectiug^e^ecentd1scoveries\bn  this creek>wehiadeltour b^ihessJasiThur^  mduced--them^  rock, arid at a disl^^^ the  creek sirucfeachannelcpptainingatery heavy  wash-pf gravel; put of, the dirt they had^va^sh-  edfthpy;had takdn^byer 50 ounces; ;they; lmvo  been ^fitting uxsluice^ >and making a car, &^  a shafti35 feet ,fi^  starting; a^tunnei^P^tap, ftbe, sbaft^-4Heppel  co'y,', creek, claim,]^ shares,; 4 mpn. at .work,  by&y groundi ^icing;- grpnnd-pays-good  ;ahaft^SaitSpririg^Qr^rigmaJ:^  thi|is a^creek:claim^andlies in front of;the  tworlast named;co^s^,7,shares, 7 men at work,  of whom 6 are Chinamen r getting ready to  ground smice.--^dwppd-Sliaif co'y (onwest  ibarik), S'sbaves, atW^MuttingaJditch%nd^^,!  getting rPady ^ground sluice;v^od pay was '  taken out jot tliis ground5 which 'was4 drifted*   '  during the wiptGr.^~iRpl)in Hood co'yi 8 shares,, '  sinking;W - prPspect? shaft.���������Smitlr &rco'y '(bp^, ,  posite last'namei!iSjo;^y)i'6 shares, busy ground' .''.  sluicing^The^mp^t^ pleasingrfcatnre}we pb-  served" thrPuglipu lathis tfl  faith expressedl-by^alPin the richnessiofltlie .  diggings;-oyefy^ne^seems:satisfied and pitches;  ,  into work'wiiMa^willf and no one is desirous  of selling out^wh^aftords a better criterion  to '^udge -of^theycoiifidence felt respecting %"-���������"'  claims=then a^Kfcfelse.i -The claims-are all v  situated^abbve^ thfe level of the surface 'of the  day tpSisit-ever^cla^  were veiy kindly put-in pb ssession^of - all the,  poiticumm-cbheernmg the^-o^rent; claims  which it was possiblelo; afford- b^ the yaripus  ^haieholdersra^  ^underground .workings of not ^a few, which,  we readily accepted::   We giye���������,below (the xe-  <sult of our* inquiries, ^ich; are not sp;inters  'estirig as thW'might:be v^  The'Heifph cb'yj 8 shares, 4 jhen:at work; Mye  been busily erigaged^fpr some time^aston-  niri<v a prospect tunnelintp;;the;hiU^  sinkih^several shaftsin it had found no prosj;  peot*"lielha^ribw^,^  furthpi' up the. creek and:exp^ip:::tap;j deep;  charineiwhich is-known tp: exist-near the bed  of the 'creekfii*;' shaft had been sunk ;pri; this  ffr6iiin3^last sbasori arid: ������ prospect of six-bits  to-'the pari obtamed in'the gravel-but the wafer prevented the shafts from beingbpttpmed,  ^-Cameron co'y, 3 shares, 3 men at work, set-;  tihffshiicesarid preparmg^o1^^  this claim when worked last $earjyielded ,an  ounce a day to the :hand.���������Sanderson & co'y,  2 shares,; 2 men :at: work; ground sluicing^-.  Vau^han co'y,- .4 shares,; 3 men.at:work, just..  cbmmenGed'rurining a ftunnel.^-Mount Pleas-1  ant co'y,'6 shares, 6 men at work; thiscs'y  have ^ just completed a ditcli and have-started  to ffrburidSiuicc; thevgrou^d;paid last year as  hi������^h as ������50 to the hand.���������Short"Bend;iCp;y,^  shares, 3 shifts of 2 men each,, have run a tunnel over 130 feet into the-hill and are now  Audi ggood indications";of a Channel; they  ffot about $10 out of a few whcel-barrows of  dirt.���������Full Rigged co'y, 6 shares, sinking a  prospect shaft.���������Sneddon or Discovery co'y,  5 shares, 2 shifts_of^5 nicn each; this co'y are  working "their ground, whiclris very; dry, to  good advantage; the width of their breast is  30 feet, and the ground is so hard that timbers  are not required until they have gone four feet  ahead; the pay dirt is five feet thick, and is of  a yellowish color and contains large quantities  of lead; the co'y have not yet worked one full  week on pay dirt, but expect: wheii they get  regularly started to be able to make at.least  200 ozs. a week.���������Auch or French company,  3 shaves, 6 men at work; Frank Perez, who is  foreman of this co'y, claims to be the discoverer of the new channel in "the hill, having  first struck gold on the 10th January last, put  of five wheel-barrows of dirt he obtained ������25,  some of the piecos he found would weigh $15;  he struck this channel after drifting about 62  feet from the creek ; he has- been at work all  winter and is now making over, wages.���������Mor-  rill-Perez co'y, 2 shares, started to run a new ]  tunnel;__]SVer do Well co'y, 4 shares, bill!  owning ;hill claims'"to make applicatipnv;foi:  having them; laid Jover"'fbr'np; oth er;>easph  than*to' take advantage bf the labor'ipf those  whp-arevat^es^nt^pMBpec^ in; tpheigih  bbfhoodi   It;wbuld;tbewellforthe;GqldCpm-  the*ground on- the.eiist slde'can be worked at    '  ah^ season otthe'year.        ! ''''     ' "':' '  ���������  ,BE(iGSGLXClI. ;_ ,(   -._     ���������������   ;  . ^There has beenHwo conipanieS;at wor2i.orit-i  this gulch for some time, and two- more cbni-    '  panies;are-preparing.to ,set to-worki^r-The  Reese co'y.k haye been; making..considerable������������������  more than wages, ^v.-       -.; ��������� -  ;��������� ,     .  -L ���������/.���������> x*><i'**><P&^'*^^'rfK^^. ��������������������������� v: ''  ���������^ :.>     _ CARIBOO,MARKETS.    r     ��������� .' j  .'Xp ,   ..   ^  ^/i_-:^;/K, ,,;-:,-.., .v-...  The large stock of goods thai, h'ave;,arriiv.ed ���������  :hetea^in^the,pa|ii^eek hasiendedtpSpwer;  there is^ver^^rbbabiliiy of^ it remaining firm   ;  lat:that figure;-groceries and other'.artiples ref.'  main, steady at last'��������� quotations; -  v* ���������-' '"',"'.  ',        -yi .,>  .   ������������������(    .���������  TVH0TiEgATX. " .:*     . "'R^TAir.." "      ���������  Blour^/ *r .^%|22OT0^40O:ftsv' ;$24;oo ���������$ lOO-fbs.  BacoDj'  ���������.       :     ������������������MvteMiW���������   *   I.- ;62-cts^'ft-if  ^ogar,    ...    '-     86f, , ", ...     ,���������    .50.       V    ,,  iBcans.���������   ' 22@'24" f-��������������� ,-" "'30 7 ","-,"  Candles;     '. '65@8Q   *   " $100      /'.  ;Buttcr,    -��������� ' .   90      '."   -     ,  .125 "     >>     ������������������  ^Tea,-- ;$1-00 -':. ���������(i-- ,.r      '   125        <:..  Coflfeo(Fen.*s),-,,   -^75, v,   (l     ,;    .- -.100 .���������:.������.  Tobacco,'        .-���������,.���������;���������. "���������'... ���������*-, '$2.00@.3.00  ,., :ft '-v,   ���������:  ���������^ails; ' '       ��������� 35  ....",      '; 45 * ' '"   '  O'uhi Boots,"'itt-X'^U,;oo;-$I8'00 @'$2000 ^'pnirv : ���������:  Beef,       " .'   .'t      .     '    25@30cts.^^  VcaU v     ' -'-..: '"���������' -. ,;   , '."���������?���������"-":       ' -35 @.45 ., , ".  Mutton,5 ���������: ?   t   '     . .'' /40.@'45: .    .n ���������  :.v . ���������  Potjitocsv '   ' ���������    '       '���������" :I2'     ���������"   ��������� ��������� ;  ���������TiiraipJ3^;ji:.1:'.K ,'\ffff >?;:��������� 'fff'.XX���������  10.  \^*FromMr.Spence, who came in from.  Quesnelmbuth last evening,"we learn that the  case ��������� Minriifee'! :vs Batbs, >had; been decided; >  against Bates,.' who. was mulct; .in: the ^sumiof ���������  $2^500... 'Up: to the^hour- when- Jtfr.:Spence^  lbft- (3 o'clock -^oh .Saturday dfternopn') the jury N  hiul been unable^ to agree anltheir verdict: cphV,���������������:_  cerriing the guilt of the Jndiari. accused of the;  riiurder of Morgan last fall, i Several i of \ tho:;:.  wprstReaks oh the :;road: frbiri Cbttphwpp<l;;:  Sa^bb^riTepaned, sp;ihat ;the stage^aggonj  ,cah.pass.;.:. ''''-XlX -p^--'-- yfX,.ii';' :,;*!'���������  ���������' TiiE Term op tub'���������l^mXirm,) Council : Ex- ;  ���������TEspEb,���������The Government has issued a notice,  extending-theterm.ofoffice'of the.members  of the Legislativb.Couricil, unless: previously ;  determined, until tho ���������". 1st day of. September :  nexLthe instrument-which appointed them  haying expired yestprday.������������������British^ Columbian,'June 2nd: ; ,;..'  '(;;,.;  ���������: ARnnais.���������Mn Cochrane,  who-succeeds  Mr. Phillips, as Recorder for this district,, ar- .  rived on Saturday afternoon from Lytton. as ;  also did Messrs. Levy and McK'pon, from Victoria, ���������'--���������   -                       ���������",;;''     ''. ^ ,;  . ^^The number of pack animals that have  arrived on this cfeetesirice ^Wednesday last  is 176 which will give, a total for the week  of533 animals. ^-,. -  -   ��������� ^^������������������^.���������-���������������: ���������  :   $������F% We understand that Judge Cox had to.  pay $250 for shovelling the1 snow from tho  ���������trail between Van Winkle and Richfield, so ���������  astoenable trains to get in.'  ,*', ." ' ^  ^ST* Messrs. Oppenheinter &Co. have open-  edTa branch store at Cameronton, in the building formerly occupied by Mr. Deightoih    ... 1 .  ���������    '$&��������� It is reported'-.that- the Cascade coy.  claim, 7 men at work; this co/y after f^ggg^* ^-^ ^V^r  several shafts found -indications of gold which] i������ tUen shaiu,,   ., 3     r.  '.      f  iggjaaaasaaM^^  -.rv-.������jp-  sBJsssMSKWsaaaEaa  zasBaCTammETnwpmBfflgE^^  ���������hd'ticing 'the;  ;: - v*r<���������   A\T i2toENTiu6sLNVENTORt���������-Tri^aidt  '<"'-. dciith of MrtAppblaV the well-known engineer,  ,* a London^ape'r observes-.that;thf imosf'rc-  ^���������rfeouiil- 1^Mdef%b^(iis|mtoniatic.> The doors  ��������� ; ��������� f opened as you approached' thcny 'and: closed'  '    n.ftrir -vrfn hn,fl ''anforferl - ��������� water Iforhe*' unbidden  fgif^^rlbSib^H  :?;gg;gp^e%:fpr^  .  i screened'.~ -  .���������  '    ��������� -gates/of his.stable^yard opened of themselves  >'*&!.  f NOTICE IS HEREBY, GIVEN THAT , <  ���������'*,t -   ��������� will/ until further notice, he kept' at tho    "   -  .]' librarX i  '%t!&r:*{ira^ the* ^Acting M tmaster  Xf :p:X- ' ^XP-tC'tXX-'X[\v^tQk67c6x^j. -f  .���������Ptnhflalr*    -R   rvi:-':\T"       l   :"   ���������:'-'���������-K: ���������-:���������-*    ���������   ������������������������������������:'.������������������'���������:;���������:���������      ."T-'-I!"'  f ^plgNE^QUTH; A^EptlBESlEOTS;]  4 COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  -'].:' lu ������������������ '   '   .jJttESNJELMO.tJTH,   ''  \ ". f '  ;g,.;-/'P..L, jdjINSON,(:PROPRIETOR, ]   -] [  ileajs at all hours; and Cooking of 'the. best  ';   >���������.������������������. ' *     description,      t-: , ;:��������� s^. 1 ���������?���������  VICTOKIA  <J !,;*,s.  -.':t  *.<PT������  and;  Richfield, B.as;;r'  1st AlayyA.I). 1860;/ '>  'X;P.":  Cl.  *  RICHPlfelX^  V , ,)JnV^,^^^A^']-^^^^|, The /VidetteV^of^thai;  (country, 'a journal; opposed, ioypol^aniyvf has  ; ^i������,6ul9ous^ if  polygamy lis 'abolished f;. will become, of all the  women that, are situate^ ,    '   ^T  /' Srif^-of aJabbuiiing,-man,;wh , i\  "t ,comfort and by/industry andyecqnoinyj but '>���������'--���������  ' ]'" .-whose means,wo]uldJbe liothingr.iiVdivided.be-  ���������-.,; . ]'twegivi^^  '  from his ]wprk;{<- Auft >rauM:fa^ pp^^  ^,;V:'";-,'-i;s ������3tfER03JJ������^;'AsnI)EALEBSin. .^ _;-;���������������������������:  provisions; clothing, LIQIJORS, &c.  V.    r���������,V-:   ;   .  QUESNELMOUTH,        ,,,, ,  ; .   &TLoynk>Xfa(3^  .XfroftBeds-;; Restaurant^ Billiard Table/. &c. b  %f'lt Xl'l:'Stalm^gmrHorsos; H4y and pats^  v s    j I  W  ���������.:.;���������;'.'".'- .'��������� Old''Established'" General VSroRE,0;" - v .-,  PExyvrsiONS; :%Hbifl^^ii<^doiafliSr.  ,-']'.]];:: ^.'tSlbN MERCHANTS,'  '," \\ iti  v: Storage, '&c^~Terms]mdsi'Moderate;'  "fXt?-;'^":.:;:.^^,V^QUESNELHQpTH^^5;>.'1-;,' &��������� '*'���������};  'X : "���������' ROlb^SIDE;HOUSES,,M;'*;:���������; '"  ]    igr*.A good- stor.y;- is told, aboiit^he;$$yj  , -, Kopert-J. Breckmbridge,,who was.tcmppraryl  r oh'airmail of'the/Baltimbi'ep^onyenMoh;',last!  'vwii^'iind ti'ip. IrifiAtThnniflfiF. Marshall .'nfJCfin-'  ,mHE. CO-PARTNERSHIR^ieretoforeTexistiiig betweeh  JL ilessrs. J. B^CHANOELLIER an'^N. CU^IO, has  ��������� been dissblvejd to-day,by.mutual agreement;" ifr.~Cunio  rem'ailis solo,proprietor'of the 'Barkerville'.Brewery'. ,71  ;f? nVilliamsiGreekj :May,23rd/1866;   *f-"J'"' ;l - -"  6-lm" ]  In j tHe, County. Court r bf. British. .Columbia'  v-; . ';/.' -Holden at JRichfieid^ v-; <; % ������������������������ c���������;  }BOID feHEATH^  USE,  rietors, , :\  :. t ��������� fiQv^NMEN^TREET^b%^ *  WSp^^'i-pB^������^-^ *  English ^ErenchSilksylShawliMi:  ,/i; <lcrclol.hinR>Gl^ii^^^^^  \ta*v>S-':^^^V^BW-^&^'f!7^  Receive regular supplies by' Express vu W!*  by-''sailing- vessels via Capo HoVrif''' n"* -^  ; Jdsgr ParticulaKattenlion' given to ailerd*r������ ?  London Firm--Jv..P. yj&������siALt &,Co.^*^.r *  Pf fp^i  y-VJf qi.\ES and;.qnEMioALS; 'FancyJa'iid ToiiM / ���������  Spon^p,VRi;ushes,r,Periume^,-:^c%  scriptaons carefully comppuhabd;'ftjict; orS? 1  Witlvcare;and dispatch; ' Victbrla;-V/I.^ -i  5.1,'S3 ;^^Ti^jpi?s.. "*~^" "  ri" B: ROlEKTSO^Wiiie1 and:gpirit.  P ^dhantfVictoria, V;l. ��������� ^ - ��������� '' '"rffltr  $*%  To  M  ifc;wag]an.iihlue]cey4 us when ^ve stilted  ft^inst'^e.'Grea^mr^O  ' :Bbb^Duiii?IJve'  hpHIS HOUSE. issituated;26 miles from QuesnelraouthJ  *i^fio!$roito^^  ^ahd^gobd1^ Beds, are^ijiowprepared- to afford every accomr  niodatibn' for Travellers";. the/Tabletsiurnished with'all  tlie luxuries that:can ho,procured j? the Bar is well sup.  plied' witirthd besthra nd s' of ,JIjqiibrp ahdiSegars;: good  Stablihg^ay, Oats and Barley. ' j^r-^Che CHEAPEST  House on:thoBo������d.   ;   -, ',..;. ^:\^t-i".--',,���������- , .   'utl;\-$f\  t^^i u*v'i;->-**v������������* i-^^v^M^-v ,a  * ^f*i*m ������ >* IT .lir '��������� 1  ������������������t .:  ' ) IN BANKRUPTCY.^  "^HEREAS^ atpeti Mori- mr- ad jud ication^of Bahkrup t-|  ,..,,, i,py^s:beendniy filed onthoiiSth^ day of '-May  ,Iast. by "{V^axtbb."Loso^Fki^^iO^fhunerbhtowh, fWiK  li ams Or e ek, B ri tish Column ia, late .Restaurant and Sa-i  :looh^eeper/-andtie!haY  rupt; i.8 herebyirequireel to >; surrendei^himself tc Win,  j\*W*������ % 1MT������1l> FMJ���������J-.���������^m'���������  enraged,/{Sir,? said.he to the-farmer/ "doVybu  know, sir, that rhaVe^be^n to the two universities,' and two-colleges inv each/ university ? }l  ' '-Well, sir,,; said the farmer; ^what of that ? I  had a' calf that sucked'two cows, and the' bb-  ,   jttrfXnc^^i  the readiest. repUep Te ever  heard/was, made, by an^lrisnrlaborer. ~f'A gerir  and;desolate:piecd.of .I'&hd. ��������� ** yvuat are.you  fencing in; that lot -for,,:Pat?!?. said he. "A herd  of cows would starvei]to death.oii;that land;??,  '.AhSsurb- your:-bpnbr, wasnOiencing it:vtb;  kape the" poor bastes out of jit 1"   ]]      "X;,J-  ���������������������������t -.v.  ^/i'   ;      '  -*1;'- '-'��������� <''":-��������� '    ''      ">?���������' -���������-       ��������� VKf:fp    ��������� ��������� ' '   ���������������������������>- --'"-1  '������������������ ��������� Thr Universal ,Ekaoticb of^'ihixisg Chicory,^and;  . other, aciulteratives with Coffee, has very much damag-.  ed in public",estimation, r\yliati o,ujrht to. be;the.most  ];xlelicipus of \Beverages. So effectually have'the public  been a rugged with such mixtures that the true properties liave been'lost'sight of, and many, prefer a black'  .   and thick infusion to a drink rich in spirit and aroma.,  Ii- Gimerai as is;the use of Cofiee,; it js little known that  ���������.- '������������������. U\ c<' o lensihg tho .vapors1 extracted f-f?   Le'imorniiig;ipreciselv,ii;ahdi.:'6hi  Monday; thelethda'y of July next, aVXl clcloclcih the?  morningpreciseiy/at tlie Courtiflouse/ Richfield; and  ma Ice a full tdiscoyery and .disclosure .rbf his estate and  efl'ects^ when and where,the Creditors are to come pre-  paredto jlrpVe'theirdebts^' arid lit the?fli*st sittirig to  choose;Assi^hces;ah������,at': the. last< sitting the said Bankrupt is required^oifiriish'his, examination.> . r-v..-.������.y ���������  .:,lAlViPersons indebted ^to the. said;,Bankrupt or that  havotany of his estate and effects are hot- to pay ,6r de-  jliVcr the same'butri.b'Mr^ri G^ Phillips,^Eiq ,;the Official Assignee,appciuted^byjthe[said Court.- ���������    ' '<*     &  " ���������^���������0OSEPHi'fRARE^^i;f  RichOeld  Gdlonial, Kote^, Soda Creek  "U| V' 'McLEES^^&SENNY;; Proprietors^^  j'  TffiE'PUBLIC * ARE,:l^tfl'VEti' TO^CAlit\AT:,.TBfl3  House.   There is Good Uleals ;/Good^Beds> Stabling  for Horses;cBarley/ Oats and Hay;;,���������";"    ���������'" *.fl-s  iJiBQPTS]!; BOOTS!!  %i-  SAY SAM!"''l^'-rkit^^BWSVtoSj  and- keepyour feet;so'dry?^;: Because I nfil  Oharity: andrButlerV Government Street  'TAT & .Cb.^Fdrt1;Street;' VicYdrjaj^pfcl  Ot Ga rdeh; and; Field Seeds guaranteed fftim^, ?I  a carefully^ selected>stoctovof stho above:Tromi  ;'Ocy^&n'J^Ohiwp^^  O'tt  IS'.i.'blJEN/--F0R"'THE: ACCOMMODATION -OF->-jHEi  'Travelling public; rthe^ bedrooms are spacious anil;  airy and the Beds caniiot bo surpassed'- for cleanHnessi  and con)fort by any in the: lower country; the Tab le is  alwayssupplied^, with the .best, of, y ictuals. .Stabling  for Horses; HayJ. Oats and Barle^/cohstahtlv. oh hand*  yery variety  R> ] BRODB1GK, -CoXt-A^nyPaOntOB DiLSl   ip^largcstock-oiVHay, -^^Wtt^^itiiidiBaiBia  best;description always onliand^nlso, NanaimJ, c!  liah ''"rtlnn.k-srnfr.h   find   f������n"nn'/������1 ''firi'til''-':'������������������'���������vS������j-.--.-.'-}-Ti'l  Wi  1   "   v        Xf'������������������;.   /Counsel for/Pfititioner.'  /YRichfieIcl.,a7th May; 1868;      -''-'  m EIELGOETl ADVERTISEMENTS;S  .lm    9    ���������>���������'.������������������;������������������������������������������������������:  iffiE;TJNDERSIGNEI) arVnowma^nffic^riri|f^OTO  |X^,oO;a31 gradesi: --Extra j^perfiho 'andtirine;^ ^eod  jCrushed^to order* ^ ft, ?.%?'  '.-If; ���������-, rsf^^i: ��������� - - rj-.'>n-.- ? J -*���������;  LILLOOET FLOOR MHJI-..CO., ,,.';  ���������1 , ,  ,���������  ��������� '_ .E.W.cFoster,,Agent. - -  irs";  IVomlfche bbrryyih  criKisung, a ilquor is'obtairied Of"the most; nauseous  t<'tsto,,and of ascenttho most unbearable.: , TJndersuch  circumstances/ it; is evidehtiy^important .that;, all -the"  frasesfthd iiuids extracted by ;roaSti|ig^ should.be car-  ' risd oil as quicldyMpPssible^ihYorder to prevent their  ���������1,returhingagain to theC.Qffee2 ��������� whfcfiVisithq casein the  confined'cylinder^: rThis-obja-ctFis. admirai)ly^ accouir  pii;ibed by.'the new and-paton t''Conical Goflee'Roasterf?  ;;is used "by ;FEL1j &.GQ;-, Victoria- c in which^he bei^y,  is'directly exposed: to the radiated heat^ and the vapor  ������������������ cxtracted.csirriod Offtihsfcantaneously.' 'j lu^dition^to  tbe ad van tage < to be derived ^y "the;,rapidfi:bmoval of  I thp^^nv^conMnin^. the^iyecUon^ble^prb^e.ri^^t|ie  puro arbina ������f tho^Coffec is retainetl,J>hei;essential oil  being !p;*eserve'd; and: hot exhaustedf yas?! in i-'tlie- Cyiin d er  I^iisier ��������� wliere. the Coffee i s required to remain-a m ucb;  J .mgcr. ti nie inconsequence, of. the ��������� steaming, it ��������� under-  goes1 by the confined steam:   It is:chemically impossi-  blo to retain1 tho qualities' or arrest tho deterioration of  CaHjae when -ground.: ��������� vThe, beat- engendered -by: the pro^  coss of.roab ting, ;aud:: especially oi: grinding, .creates: an-  action in the elementary parts whicb graduaily destroys  idi fitness for drink..;- But Lo.T0mnLi^^^nt\k}:j)UL  wfi lcli;i t contai m. we have i t encased In- tins containing-  ivim 1.1b; ,io 28 lbs:, and, wbieiican bejiadfromapy  of the respectable dealers..   Wo can.coafidently i'o-.  commend those who have hitherto been obliged'to refrain from taking��������� Coueo. on��������� account; of its ill effacts,  that they may use pur Colfee, roasted, in. the .Conical  Roaster", befngi recommended by all medical men under  whose:notico it has-been brought, arid' by riumerous  other testimonials in its favor.:     ' FELL &���������CO.,r;  Coffee Merchants, yates St., Victoria..;  edMn 2ry;NC)N  ii."  7 '���������:  FjEALER ilN;^DRYvGOODS- CLOTHING; ��������� HATS\AND  }jj- Gaps, Boots "and Shoes. Carpetihgs.- 'Oil Cloths,  Iw^IlipaperV'&cv^Ilooe^B; C.'       4-  ;   ���������   ' > l-s������  f      LILLOOET    BREWERY,  JACOB MlliXZ; '.Proprietor, ]' has;. always "on-  hand a large and superior stock of Lager Beer; at  tne3ar.;wiil! lie;;jfound;;tbe ibestJBraiidiesj Wines-and  Segar3;; the,public are invited;tojcalL' Prepared, to fill  all orders promptly.,      ���������,._,..', l^ '  T\ENlSriS MTJBPHYyproprietor/^^This'Hpuse  XJ is .furnished with .every convenience,-for the comv  fort ofjTravellers; the .Culinary department's under  the superintendence: of an experienc^coolt; the Bods  are dean and comfortable ; theBar^cbri taiiis the'ibest  of jLiquors^Segars; &c.v Stabiiiig. ^Hay^Bqlrley & OatsI  TELL!  ���������������  BLUE   TENT   RANCH. <  M; HENDERSOH' be^^^mmrmljjs fronds;  and ��������� the travelling public -^eneraliyjjtha^ nelhas-  ^taken the alioye^Rshch and is prepared to supply thenx  'With First Class\ Accommodation.,   Good Stabling ibrJ  paorsesy Hay and Grain. o   , ,.-:    ,  ' '.., ,,    l *.. -f, , ^IrS 1:  mM.i^ANSON^f t fff T>;m "Mcl/EAW,^;*  ���������   ,     / > ���������    Proprietor,    v -    ���������   .. <    v *    Agent.,  THIS HOTEL IS LARGE AI?p WELI^ FITTED;,TO  for the comfort of travelers;,. the Table :is; supplied  wi th the best or every th ing that' 'can be proourd, and  the- cooking is riot inferior to any on tbe��������� road;' Bedrooms  for families;(Stabling^vHay, v Barley and Oats-V: ;.-lrsi:;^  ^.^NTILEi,S-PAoto^aphici'0aUew.'GiS  WAitttot s^^tori^yAy^p^iteirotenll; B  Views ot CarlbOo and 'Scenery -throughout BritishS  umbia j i hcludihg views of the rbiito to B ig Bend iM  on hand at .liberal rates; '/;, j**r -?-r^rV.t ;^'-. \-ji'  rcceiving. from>best sources; School, Standard, andfe  cellaneouSiBQol^/ and 'Staple ^nd-Faiicy Station^ a  -all its Branches. ^Corner 4Yates}'and'Langley sir^f  Victoria; Vancouver Island: s 1      ,     'i^\  1> -��������� fP. /WHEARj TAILpR & OUTPlTTERj(F������)ri SlH  IX. V ictoria| V. L, opposite Bee. Hive Hotel,Wm  is prepared'.'t'o supply; hlsihum'erbus p'atrons'whh et*rf  requisito fto/ClothingtSuitable -for ��������� ov^ryseason c( iii  year.        ^/  ti^t.">t.t':rt:-">': t  '-'.- \tt \ 1 ^U:  ���������tokAS WlLSON,&] Cd.fI'lmportcra of.E^I  pX> Iish: Jlferchand ize,*- tfhdleSalb fa rid rets ii dealers h  Dry-Goods,.:&c.$ vates Stroet, Victoria; Vj-I;- Oajii  ���������afterlsi iTune aextHri .Gdvefhirierit -Stree tr'opposiu &  Bank of /British Columbia^ :^.   'M -^:,. -���������/;   ^  ;taurant is. supplied with^ all thei delicacies ^ the m$M  iafrords..::;'In;:aie:B4r>"ilI-,o^  Furnished sRo'dms, '^c:  -.V' t f- '"''''  "V " '*������������������'''"' Kr i  83  HOUSE,  ;QPELMASSr v'aiid McItENZIE,]]Proprietors;  Q,;.; This; House; is; well fl tted up, wi th Good Bod s ? and.  the Bar is furnished Witli-the bestrLiquors; lleals iare  served at ahrhours on the vRestaurant; principle; ?-Sta^  blirig .for-Horses^. Horse Feed j &cf -p. '-/���������..',--���������'.; -,;   .  1-s.,  .i A LBERT CRYSLER has bpehedjthe above House for  ���������j$������: the reception-of ���������Travellers; ;.the ;,Tablo is well kept  and the Liquors��������� cannot be surpassed ;- tbe Reds are.  clean and ��������� coirifdrtable.: Stabling for. Horses, ��������� Hay/knd  Oats.-';   :V      -.-���������>.:;.   ���������      ...-;.-..; ';���������-. - - ���������:    T_t.s ���������''  17TOENE THOMAS;- Yates! streeWictow,  Xh WholesaleandOietailDealer \n WINES. BRAXDiEi  BEERS, and \ LIQUORS and:'depot of Havana S?gar,  Goods forwarded to tho Mining Districts. -���������!'v't''��������� 1*' I  m  borg&Iluoir,y Victoria^;  JAMES: HTXROiST, .Proprietor!; This commodious Hotfel-isweil fitted.up with .every, convenience  foi'; the'comfort of .tlie public; the Beds are all that a  Weary traveller could desire; the Table is supplied ivitli  the b es t of fare; tlie. Bar con th i ns. the choices t bran ds  of Liquors and Scgarsf good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats,  Barley, &c.   -,-:  ^-,   .-y . ���������: .-j.., ������������������������������������,.: v.   -, i^s ���������  TIHARXiES NELSON,' Proprietor.' This old  \j/:restablished House is; well Htted up for'the'comfort.  of -Travellers; the. Table: is supplied wi th,the. .best of  every thing ��������� tb at can be.bad, .and the cooking is hot inferior to tho best' hotel m the lower country; Bedrooms  for Families; -Stabling for Horses,-! Horse- Feed^i -SfecV-  The Express stops-libra* :.. '. :t' ���������; ���������; - {.   .��������� 1-s;  wwF-jjmtfiM' AC?mTffiEMEiffl. ���������  ;     MACDONALD'S    HOTEL: :,���������!-'  WM;MACDONALD,'Propiietor.. Mihers'ahd  others destiried for tbo Bridge River Mines will  find: every..cohvenienco and accommodation aflbrdcel  them. Good Beds and a Table well supplied with; ail  the delicacies of'the. season. :i-s  T OBEISTZO LEABTO, Proprietor. This house  J j,; ailbrds every accommodation for. the: com fort of  Travellers; :the Table is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, arid the Bar is stocked with tbe choicest  of Wines, Brandies1 & Segars; good stabling for horses;  Hay, :Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Xewly milled-:Flour,forsalocheap;, rr l.  : -l.s v  v  J. K> S UTE R   &   GO;,  Co mm i s s i o n Age n t s  ��������� , 'i >..-:''.;    :. ' \  1 .- -.:iSD -     ,     - .,;'������������������������������������.������������������     .,"���������' ���������'"' -;1  ] f    i- ] PEBT- COLLECTGES.' ���������       .    :)  fi... BACIG-ALUPE, Merchant and Packer, be-  \fm tween Douglas and Lillooet..: Always on hand a  good stock of Provisions, &c;  l-2m  Tlie Bonaparte Hottse,  OEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors, at the  k) Junction of tho Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, is  now open for the accommodation of the public..' i)is-  t��������� v,,, fv,������m r.us, f.,, on .���������:,_. | from gayanag steamboat  ence's Bridge, 30 miles.  prices and accommodations to suit  the times. Give them ii call. ; Stabling, Hay & Grain";  attentive liostlers. Stage 1 eaves here twice a week for  Big:Bend arid yale, and once a week for Cariboo     i-s  ���������MiRS. HEII^,��������� Miuira'fiB;&^Dress.Maker;;Govern  ���������lyx mentiStreotj: Victoria^- V: t v Alt-kinds of MillinC  of^the latest'style kept constantly oh'hand: '-QHm  fi'ota the,cpuntry punctually attended; to? M$ ���������' 1*( ^  PETERi M6(iTJAibE,vShip'"]C  ; ciealeraniPaints, Oils, and Window Glass.^��������� Alway*  on hand--a -large:stock of Hopei and Canvass:i};^rf  Stroc>, Victoria, V; I.>,-.Ik;,."?.; tv. P..';. ?;.;--rr-J.' iyj -l-Sm j  TAI SOONG^&^GOi; CommissM^rclfels-  porters, and Dealers Id Chinese Goods,* FRice^Sugar,  Opium; Nut Oil, provisions. &a,; Cormorant Street-Victoria, V. I,-; _    -: ���������:��������� '.-;���������.;f. f;,t? ^:*���������": :;.f.^It^;.yfa ..;  6 OJ^ &.00:,- Importers 'aricl;peajeraMB ������H  kinds of Chinese Goods and Provisions,' -Bice, Sugar, Teas, &c., Cormorant Street, west:of;Goycrnmcnt,  .Victoria, V.. I." \* f ;'V'..;]]];,ChwKav,.Manager. ;  ���������p' WATSON,'"Watchmaker. Je\veler  'JU-m and Engraveri Yates street/ above, Gov- eft  t5mment streety Victoria-'Vl'llf-v-' ���������"���������������������������' ��������� '" - ^f?'*.;'^  ^)������happi  ?Law  Itice I  ult:j  isfou  ibome  is ali  Haw-al  ail, ti  oxjl  ^iihlic  ithe ni  nd re  this  1  9  lE^la  Bankrupt AiTairs woiihd up and Balance Sheets pre-'  parsjd; Mining Accounts carefully made up; All kinds  of .Forms aud agreements drawn, and, every other description of business promptly attended to.   ���������  fl3T Offlce���������RICHFIELD, near thQ Court House.  .5\  ���������'*V " EwX/GiLLETTf;'''.'''::,  CAMERO.VTOWiY.  fi ���������, L. SMITH & CO., Propi-ietors., This House is  VJ", .well fitted up for the accommodation of travellers to the Bridge River Mines. Good Beds, Stabling  for Horses. Horse Fried," &c.;. A Stage runs twice a week  between this house and Port Douglas on thenrrival of  the steamers from below and connects with the. I/ako  Boats for Lillooet. i-s   .  ���������T EWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Vates Street, Victoria,  Xti opposite the Bank ol British North America.     1-s  V  MALLANnAlNE,COaECTOR &GENERAL AGEN'  7    j Xjm GoyQrax&enil streetj Victoria, Vwacouvsr Isiaad  E  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S. ..  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  'JX Sp'oncc's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Route,'  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-S  HICK'S    HOTEL,  T YTTON SQUARE  Xj now  'ON SQUARE, New Westminster,B:c,  occupied by W. K STEINS    The above fav-  ^ orably known house js now open to tbe public -the Ba  vr jr constantly supplied with the 'choicest brands o  *��������� j Liquors ������.n'J Ue$i\ra. 4-  WILSON .& MURRAYy Grocers, >?wm  "Wine & Spirit Merchants. Bakers & Confectioner*,  Fort Street,- Victoria, V. I. . .       .    ";--| -.-���������������::*:��������� *i4 '  QPORBOB'G.-'&-iiUEFF/-Cbmi^^ott^  O. .CHANTS, "Wholesalo Dealers in {GRbCEWESr Tuo^  sioss, Boors & Shoes, Wharf street,. Victor i������i,V. L. ^  Sf^RELLEY & PITERRE, Importers.f Wb^,  IX-B'ilo Dealers iu Wines, Spirits.and Liquors,,  Victoria, V. I. ���������      ���������   ;        ������������������ ���������;:'-.' -l,; :]l'3 1  QPROAT & CO], (late Anderson & &���������)���������&!$���������������  U and Commission Mebchasts, Store Street, Vicww  V.-I.;.:   ,'  .; r,  :���������������������������-'.��������� ;���������: ;-; :f^\'lft.:  ft     SUTRO & CO.,  iMrOKTEBS \'*xp M^lv-  \X.   CIGARS^TOBAGCO, Mcei-shaom Pipes, &a:i *r  corner, of fates and Wharf sti'eet- Victoriav   - ���������-,;v^;  T B. HAGGIlff, Physician & SunGEO.v; noarcoj':  O - ner of Yates and .Government Sts., vfcwn/y^.  9  I  PIERCE &c. SEYMOUR, dealers in'Jbdm*������*'  X 'FwinxDRB, Broad Street, Victoria, V. L '  /Ji'AtRBJ & G-RANCINI, HarowaRE & Ci-oc^Kr  Ij Hehciiasts, Wharf Street, Victoria; V. I;     r^  H~~ EnSerSON and bSShSTp iimt^6'  WJsvrf������frwt,vrelor4a, V, R  MeS!  ;oldfii  ivert s  ittenti  hich,  azard  ������f you  Notv  ;he mo;  mg mo  by otl  'seems t  ���������fter m  iastles  ..gnatj  jrience i  ast an  But a  It is no  'lbo'w s  :seof c  Jhould  ffiilded \  Woapei.  m The������  Javorab"  ^Bountry  '^ndowcj  /ith th;  pat Iu ^SSgj  8-1  !T.'%*)8Ii'  &&mf:  pP:;j \tP  .������������������:'  1 JPallWdeis  a%in1.dsog- j-  fe^Wciffl.  ^^d^pi^j  re iii  EvS^sS'ilJ  large;stock or Q  Tl superior qrf|  ?ns,:;SI]n]bs.'Gr(J  rrdand-Divarffej  lPPjicaMpn;:::;;-i4;!  RODtJCE Dbahj!  ^^q,:^ansiffinjw|  i1;.,, 'Qrdenfsenij  ��������� recede ;lia'inefyj|  :&g^ery,Gowv  to.HoteJ deFrj^f  >ughouVBr'jtL^S  toBte-Bend,atatj  mpdrtuig-Booj  itaritlysiippliediii-1  Standard, and JM  ^ncySiaUonmi  cl Lungky siff.  ;;;\,,: w  ri.TTBR^ForiSi'rt?,  ye poto!,. wiieriij i  patrouswittierq  v.erygeasoricf:ilii|  tt'tftils-^'  mportcrs oKEif  'retail deat������R&  ���������i*f T?l!?. Oa-fd  tree t^iopposii* tit  *riafVM.,to|  ���������rietotftotiiiBs.  aplesithe ms^efl  choicest-LiQuoyj, [  X:XpfXplM  areet; Victoria!  :.NES, Bil/ISDIH i  '.^Havana Segari  teflp ttt-ti*  ^ealerjnFc^;  tl adyabcesraa*;  itr6;i Ob;, Spfli'-  Maker, .Goto*  indsbfiulllnaj/  Chanel.^ Ohlffl'  to* (..*j *ft*r  franaler '"aid,  ������lass#; Always;  tn������ass;j>iM'  ���������& Ai.1-8^  Kerchaak la-  s);R(co,5 Sugar,  rantStroet. Vic-  ^.:..-'4>.l-3in;--;  ���������peajera'in ������H  jioriSi'- 'Bice, Sb-  5f-Gpyernnieiil,  iV, jlanager. :  eweler  )ve GOV'  is,' Proviso  Confection^,  ��������� -���������*  issiofl-Mer'  ori^Vii-'l*" ]  ters&iVhql3  ad Liquors, ���������  ���������:v,i,-.' -il-s '  >.) Imported.-  reel, Victoria,  :.:������������������ ������������������������������������ 1^-;  peSj&O'jS*'  a.;-;;'-;;;,,s...  ion, near.cor-':  rtctorla, V. 1  & CL0CK'E������f  .Ii       ;1'S  .      ..^  'Jfj������������ffASt>������  1-5  ';;>P^  ������  ������������������4*r...  vj.^iBi  T������&  Barkerville; ffiiflii^ B.C., Monday June Ii, 18$$  ���������   ->. JTOGB BEGBIB.AlStB flttS JUDGES;"  TO THE EDITOR OJMHB ^;0^n300;SBNTINE^/������  Sitf^Your j letter j v dated*4 June; itfy ' from  *."; Onyx,'.', must nbt^be^p^mitted to pass with  only a few'e.ditorMJ.^maTJQs/, ;^lie plea at^  .temptedby^tbefwnfceV tp excuse: <a- Judge for  Exercising arbitrary pbw^^  law and preGedent,;on the ground of his superior educafcoifte a1 sophistical  way of reasoning v well: understood ������on this  v creeks'. t $j sunp ose on the;, same' grounds it  might "be urged'that hb was'very indifferently  paidfqr^hissc^ his con*  tehtion- with the inqst brilliant intellects of the  day." ; ^ Onyx % will not deny that Sir- John:  Dean J$uil,* Redpath? and Dr. Dodd,^whose  : prison;thoughts;are^a fine study;; were all highly educated men J who, apart from; their acts  and deeds, deserve^  Eduljatioh^ialents^^even the longhand: painful probation through.,which adjudge ;must  pass before amvingatld* seat'ori fyQ bench^"  .^y,.-,,tt^m-.^--.-  ��������� mm?.  ^E;li^  interested press in regard'tb; gold fields in gen-  eralj arid Big ^Berid iri iparticularr, According  to-the latest newBj" the; Victoria- press has al-  :^ffker  UTn*rT^-���������i.' L.'ll"_r.J/ 'Li1    "������������������-    ������������������     f'^^&^~^XX~~���������'~~ny_  isemi-weeklypapsr;  ready delivered aJ mountain "out of a mouse ���������' J'    -   '���������__; :: , ��������� ~M * , * ���������*** -"*"  in the accounts of the richness of this El Do- rvBLps^P JiyERY- SIonday ' and ; Thuhsday.  rado. tiDhn?t you thinky gentlemen,pat ^Esop  flee between man arid man.   Hence the neces-  eity for a stric^vigilance, on the:: part, of ^Jthe  publicto jealously watcli! sdch splendid Air  .TAiNMENTs; thatriiay he turned by an improper  use into the subversion of the very justiceior.  whicli he)vAs; judge, is wholly ^accountable^  Again, supposing that Judge Begbie ;imperr  sonatesallthe attributes mentioriedby!fOhyx,;  and that; among the poor but honest miners  " not one of^ithem is^sufficiently;"-versed in jurisprudenceto assumel tlie- right of criticising.  the judgments.of Mr/ Justice Begbie $ what  then? Arelhey^to submit to vall manner .of  Iannpyaricei extortion,i^ury^aridlbss^because  ! forsooth Judge Begbie tells^hem, it is >his law %  Gold forbid.s Thelaws of this" "colony fortunately have been framedvif possible, to avoid  these grievances^ and it is, only with the ad^  miriistratibri of them. 'thatV we Jhave! to deal;  |"The rules of the Supreme Court; are on ques^  : tioris of title to ground^ bound by the decisjori  given, in the JjrdldConimissibneysOourt, dntil-  an appeal is heard and reversed.   Judge Beg4  |bie orders^an anjunction Iby^a'very^irre]  must'have been a newspaper editor in a gold  mining country?;A (No personal reflections.)  ���������We are inclined to put ^faith in Acting Gold  .Commissioner Smith's account of what has  been taken but of Big Ben/l. He tells us- that  $3^000ns all. that he is aware pf haVirigicbriie  out.;^ Fifty men in little more than!two weeks  extracted this ariiount,;?A little over $700 per  man;   ^ nice jlittle suirii will  it warrant a stampede of six or seven thousand miners tbSthesI diggings ? Xi. As the song  tells usy ^rtiriie iloiie wil  at least have no; interitioriifc rush needlessly  off from Cariboo I)istfictr dull as it is, iiritil  the extent and: richnessi of th&Big Bend mines  is beyond doubt; Wehavealreadyseenmore  thah.one ^elephant,V and believe with the  proverb,-that .^.abird in the hand is" :better  ilmnj^ln^tihe^si^  In conclusion^ a word tovthose who will at  all hazardsi become Big ^Benders ;;'f before ^  ting out haye; a, certain knowledge:of where  you are going; and when on your journeyIdb  not be persuaded:to. turn back; remeinber Lot's  Wifb.   A ypiing man who talked from Yale  en route to Cariboo wathus; came from the east  to jpurney^to Williams Creek,, and 'mirabile  dictu,!turned back at Beaver Pass.   "Never  despair," trayellers to BifBend; stick to the  well known ^adage, "nothing1 beats^ a ���������'trial;?.  If nnsuccessful/I wotild say with Jacob Faithful when his mother diedr " better luck next  -time;������Mf successful; lose nb;time iriacquaint?-  ing your friends. in Cariboo of your good luck;  and then, 'perhaps. Messrs^Editors^you-otII  miss from Williams Creek; iff ���������   ���������       .--.-. ;;  Your obd't servant," .;:  - HOISESTOS ET ^UDENTIA.'  : Camerohtown, 27th Jari/y, 18,66.      }  Ome I^iing.���������Eer.; Simeon ^armleej well  known in Northern Yermoht; v and for 'many  yeiars ansettled minister in thVtown "of^West^  ��������� ALLAN & LAMBERT, ^ropr?btors:'"  OPHOB-BiiRkERVILLE, y Wiiaiajis 'CREBKi;vlmmt;  'fl   Subscription, $1 per week/' ��������� ���������     '  (InclujUng cost of delivery,);Payable to ;th������3'Carrier  ^REAPING    ROOM  ��������� ������������������    -^' - :fi' -'    -and .:;-:; :-'*"-1.- '~':':Xi%_:;  *VCAMERONTON, WILLIAMS CREEk.," "'f%.^  ���������THE TERMS: O^SUSCRIPTION have been re4uoo&  -;���������?-.���������' **$$* -fe^.th j tilbwe ;;400:lyoloiHes ;6f- Ne^ Worka  have bepn*nly lately vldetl to the circulating Llbrair,^  and more are expected daily.    Parties aro^olicited#  subscribe.f?,,.  j\i\u ,;,>;,;*'..; ������������������'< :f -,���������'���������;��������� .���������-.���������'���������;'*^v.'^SiS  r^; f^tftXf \f: x '^^[^qf^N^i^Sittl  ^$!*Ci!^f'r'-X* '"s "if\ -"': f '  Mfm ^GMMMzmm  BARKERVILLE, "    . ���������  DEALEB Mf    *  mm  c4^i^s^������^������OGLs;: i  ,  4 powder; .fu3e,. &c;t?&c;"  prbceetiirig beMe to Case% Heard, aridWm ^^'U^^'^^^^^^^.  "Tone of his panslnqnte^ who never was known  B^gagcan^nv ^religious; ;c.onvereatipn^so  ,is :obUg^^iiik,td'i&^ -- Wlf  pining^Laws'distinctl^vstate " that an appeal  poriithe decisiori;6fvthe Gold Commisaipner's  fPpurt shall be final."   What does Judge Be^  pie say ?   I can sit iri the Supreme Court arid  after hearing the whole affidavits give a "vM-:  pict for defendants, but, gentlemen, bring the  teame affidavits into another; court and what  jhapperis, a;'yerdict; fbrJplalritifIs'.S I ask is ithis  |Law or Equity ?. ,Qf late.it has been Mr. Justice Bejgbie's' custom to dictate, to arid even in-  |ult:jiiries, telUng them ev^ri before a Verdict  'as found,; that whatever -decision they^ may  *bme':tp in the case, it will^ be frustrated 'by  pus almighty power.    Ware a peaceful and  tov-abiding people, tbereVis hot a felon in our  sail,;thanks to the*able idiriinistratibri of Judce  ^ox^but the aiets bf JiidgeBegbie^remind the"  fpnblic:; of;ari ancient: monarch who sat with  ^he. most profound variity. on: the sea beach  andTeqiiested the waves of the sea to recede  ^it his approach.-.,...._,;;. 1 \fpi XX.i';'..- '-.'.'���������.:'v' ��������� ��������� ���������':  rXzirt^u'ifXt-.   ,-CArsTic.  BIG-BEND,  ���������(From the ^Carlboolto ')   '  nite" ^^-^ recently diacoVered  .old fields on the Big Bend of the Columbia  wer at present attracting more than ordinary  Mention, present an ..interesting subject, on  ���������*f ff"tlenieWWit|i:3ro^rP6r?lis3ion. I will  azaid a few scattered-remarks to the readers  ���������i your valuable newspaper.  Notwithstanding that the miner is nerhaos  ;Je most unfortunate of human betogj"^  iug more privations and hardships than almost  s^it      ������ lolIow mm? and he rushes- at mvH.  C ^5dl of ^Men hopeSrearaS  *astles of giddy dimensions:" & also "ItvIS  R goat and awallows a camel," and steme^e-  m%T������^a������&mh ^region  l^dtrcledUe^S^^  S      mteiC6te<* Pities communicate to an  strongly was; he- attached/ tb;; things^ earthly.  Mr. Parriilee called; one day; io::have: a talk  with him. ; He wished to have the - minister  walkover his ^ell-cultivate  questwas complied with: \.AfterIbbkirigattife  stock and cropsjfe;waited fcr; an  to .change, the su^ject,:tb things; of :a; religions  riature.; "At last the minister* thought the time  had;arrived; when he;said^: "All these things  are good enough ;ih ��������� their places^ but thou  lackest oiie thihg."; "Yes^yes^ said the farmer, A good cart, and Til have it, too." The  minister gave it * up.  tv-    ' /  #&?.!������. you want' toVsave-money get your  Newspapers and -Magazines from G. C. Cl,viik-  son & Co., Booksellers,: Stationers and News  Agents, New AVestmirister, who forward papers  byjmail or express to all parts of the Colony^  ; ^S^*A quack doctor advertises to , durey  among other incurable diseases, Marcbbom-  miMaris, AbdelkaderjHippotamiiSj Potato Ro t,  Hy$rbstaticoj Inflammation of the Abominable Religions, AgerMts.S.hakin Quaker visits,  and all kinds of Anniversaries.   ;'-;  JS&* Iklere physical insensibility io danger  does hot constitute courage. Nearly all brave  men have been finely organized, and therefore  of nervous temperament., Julius Cassar was  nervous, so was Bonaparte, so was Nelson.  The Duke of Wellington saw a man turn pale  as he marched up to a battery. "That/7 said  he, "is a brave man yhe knows his danger, but  faces it."   ��������� *  W.D.Moses has just leased the premises  lately occupied by D.J. Dixon, in Barkerville,  where he intends carrying on his old business  of Barber and Hairdresser. His arrangements  are not yet completed for supplying his Hair  Invigorator. He invites a call from his old  friends and patrons  m  t^mftm^^^rnmtjtrrwii'f<tf.f' ���������: -, ���������;. ,-;":::;.  mms  Storage .and Commission.  Xf:f,Xf":^^^^^m^> Screas*.)  ,f:X''   ',  :���������' i : '; ' Im'.J^IIuVeR JSLAND;^ r \ ������ 1    '  tp   '<   Xn���������^M^x> naxaimo-:-' H   iXi-''  *fiW WfeSBDjS^T^^^ -  I > lOT'^l&^O ^XREAL, IN CA S iBA,     l  "      -  ^^^{^eferboro, Ottawa, Guelph, x    -  it    " - ��������� i^dar)ch������������tot|of.-J- Pictou.-ierth   -,  OllKEW-roU^^fmvsTBBLill bm^iM 'ku  ; "J|f|ih< *e Bank oi Montreal.l  b      ; (  ONSCOTI^0|^BRr^^ P    ^  ONffiQJ^mw ^BAiKOPIREL^^LIMrrBD, '  ON ENGIJlNDlife BAN'K-OF BRITISH COLUMBIA   '^ "'"  - '���������< ''-' '.      ;;"' ^B?*!.0^,'Lombard St.; Loudon!. A- ��������� ���������  ���������  CimREp-ACGOC^XS'openBa foi ,my amounts   -  less than. One Handrfig Dollars"    "       .       '   M\Ui*  BillsDl^bunteo^nCCollected; and Blllsof Exo5anif������': * "  on Great nritajn^^urfeiiciBGo and Kew ,york dim--  ���������chased^(..^-:^;^|������^0^i;'^ --^ 5^.-;   t    ;-  ^.Goyernmenti.on^'ojjier. Securities received for etfo  r4������S*^T;5  s?v3!  PEOTISIONS, GROCERIES, CLOTHDfG, &c\ *-+���������^^^"   ���������  HHP>  Cohen & hofjfmAn^ ;;;  DEiLEIB IN ..    ' v .''  etOTHING& MY GOODS  '      ���������.    , ������������������BAB,KER!VtfLMj.-   :: . ! .^   ������������������.'.  A large supply of Ladies? Goods on the way.  E,  HODQENS,  BARKEBVIILE-^Adjoining the|Express Office.  BrdiiSil  Sead^Ofkce:  ^g;3ANK:'0F; v ' '      ';  -;  iJsriiij3UEi>,iNl836tV '    , ."  -Ml  WILLIAM: WINNABDy '   T  4   BARKERVILLE.  M.-'J.; BLACEMAN^  BARKERVILLE.  BARKERVILLE BREW^FLY,;  HIOOLAS^"  v    BREWER.  ^||;HELBNS.^LAGE :i'OOTdS^i  ���������'-;' '���������'%$|������'*v--���������- ���������.       :" .,;   -.  ;���������' DBAETS, ISSUED; on London^J?ew:Tork, Saij^an.  Cisco,;Cariboo, Canaflay,:Ncw BransiWlck;- :Nova;Scotia-!  and; on all the -Branches of - tho'National Bank of Scotf  land and Provincial Banfc of > Ireland.    ;    .;   '..      >&  BiUs:.of Exchange and Q-old Purchased. -,  Interest on Special Deposits of Money aliovved at ib������'  rate Qf a. quarter of one: per;cent.per;monthy- f r-   ���������.->:--.;-"  ASSAY~dFFIOE.  :--,' Gold Dust.lleltedr-.and Assayed, ��������� and returns- asftd������  within 24 hours in Coin or Bars.  - Ores of' every description carefully Assayed. P  N������ B.^r-Any instructions as to the disposal of the pre-'  ceeds of Gold Dust forwarded: to: the':offlco in Tictorii  for Assay, win bo carefully attended to. =������������������  <������������������'! :' '- -J- G- SHEPHERD. Manager.-  Victoria; Y. L, April, I860.     ;   v ;i-a  ���������'''^vO'A-R'N^^bi/s'  CAE100MD  ,  ��������� LEVViS WILDE,  oot and Slide Maker,  BARKERVILLE, 1  L.  M.OUTTET & CO,,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  Connecting afc^Ollooetiaiid^.Yale:wftV.Dffiii:Ti^:  !'���������������������������;��������� NELSON'S for New Westminster & Victoria,   ���������  WILL;ARRIVE A2^;i)EPAKT:lrom the office in;  .? i   Barkerville, to connect with tlie steamer "Enterprise" at Que?neImoutb, and the STAGES at Soda  Creek, EVERY WEEK, conveying .Treasure, Letters and Valuables for all parts of the world j    Also  Commissions received, and forwarded by Express Tor  the collection of Notes, Bills and the purchase of articles to bo obtained at New Westminster, VictorTa'iV SaV-  Francisco or enroute, and returns made with dispatch.  4 X ;J0HN B; LOVELL,  *'s Agent, Barkerville.  A Beautifdl ExPERiMEXT.~If an acorn be  suaponded by a piece of thread to within half  an inch of so me'water-contained in a hyacinth  glass, and so permitted to remain without being disturbed, it will in a few months burst  and throw a root down into the water, and  shoot upward its tapering stem, with beautiful little green leaves^ A young oak tree,  growing in this way on a mantle-shelf of a  room, is a very interesting object.  Why is the toothache like an unanswerable  argument? Because it makes people hold  their jaw. . .i  ^���������^If you want j^ood Coff99 use Fell's,  ������������������ RICHFIELD, Williams Creek, B, C,   '  WE HAVE ON HAND a large stock of Provisions,  Hardware and Vegetables, and are ���������determined to sell thera cheaper than any other store on  Williams Creek. Come and see ana judge for yourselves.  Richfield, May 5th, 1S66, l  JAMES  .PURDIE,-  BLACKSMITH,  RICHFIELD,  HENRY   SCHORLING,  VAN WINKLE,  Dealerin all kinds of Provisions, Clothings, &c., ^  ���������������, ,, k>^t^ w-  m* Stabling for Horsss; Hay,' Barley and Oats ������I- j a General A&nsj Busiaoss.  wi/iotttend,. 1-s   'I-  1-s  Important 1;o  Miners! :  The undersigned !is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLO^TINGS ANB  ��������������������������� . PANNINGS,  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity db the  Most Liberal Tbbssbi at the  Reading Room, Cameroaton,  The Subscriber is-well known en Williams Creek, aad  from the confidence reposed iii him last Fall in tbr  above business,. ho; hopes to receive tiio patronaga of  tho Mining community the ensuing season.  s .:.'.JOHN BOWIJON,  NOTICE,  Biff BENX), BRITISH COLUMBIA,  DUKING THI3 MINING SEASON the undejsign^  frill be prepared toexecnts Surveys and transiti  ^ JOHN HORBfi?,   :  m  f  s  ���������f THE. CARIBOO SEgTgEL  MONDAY, JUNE 11, 18G6.  y+*<K <��������� +4**%?vm *v* . 4ft*. ������.-,*<-  ��������� ] - TELEGRAPHIC.    :>  (SpecialDispatch to the] (Cariboo Sextinel.)  '������������������ West Point, May '29tli,186G.���������Lieut Gen.  Scott died this mormng^at -five minutes past  eleven. At Saratoga the .hew Congress Hall  was destroyed by^fire this morning; total loss  '"$200,000, insurance $100^000; the hotel was  to have been operied.on Wednesday, morning.  Farther-Poyit, Way 30th.--Steamer Davill,  > ' with:dates to-the 19tb,vhas arrived.' Consols  73^@74i; a.&.-'6-20s66@664. Cotton after., some fluctuations closed at last wcek-s  ��������� quotations; arrivals of the week 00,000 bales,  on Friday u'OOO. '..Breadstuffs were being restored, but dullness continued, with rumors  of heavy suspensions at Liverpool. Jhe.Aus-  ���������tfianrPrussiaa difficulty is unchanged. Tbe  King of Prussia recently] made a speech to the  representatives of the Protestaut authorities,  saying,"! have not made the.existing complications, hut there is a situation in which (peace  .-cannot possibly be maintained or secured at  any price. I have:a'Mil knowledge of my  grave r^  contidehce the course in \wbicu God.pleases to  conduct me." ] English papers contain an account of an explosion: of; riitro-glycerine in  - Sydney, Australia,'���������oh'the 4th March ^several  New York, May 29th.T-The steamer Persia  .   brings dates,to the 2atb;:v- Consols closed at  80> for money; 5-20si atbo������������ o'G. Breadstuffs  4 generally;unchanged. .-Cotton sales .50;00 bales,  dull with little;enquiry.v-:;:The weekly returns  - of the Bank of England are the most extraor-  ; binary ever p^iiblished/; although it had not  " availed itself.of the privilege grantedby Government; decrease in bullion was ������812,315, in  ;; notes ������421,195.   The /Daily News' says:���������An  .analysis:of the statement shows an increase  * one week of ������10,000,000- in advance of private securities.' This unprecedented.ambunt  proves how enormous has-been the pressure  .for want of accommodation on account of the  : panic throughout the courifty; a great deal of  . the borrowing:was merel^&icautionary how-  ��������� vever.-' ������50,000,000 havevii^S3Kude^ to.private  deposits.  Increase of ������9  results mainly from a des  ers to: secure "themselves  ge notes. .] Sote.s withdra  :��������� iti circulation, .but there  :���������: ] fair, prospect,that we:will  ��������� ���������!��������� ly .:tnrou^ii^the:^crlses;v'gg .  law.   ��������� ������382,000 in gold wiffi^ii-"must have  - been taken mostly���������',by ProMcia7!, Scotch .and  Irish Bankers as a measur^#: pre caution.���������  ' Sdrue. /additional  susperislons/liare. .reported  among London Bankers, iijelMing the Oriental and Commercial Limite'd-jwiks; NewZea-  land Banking Associatioh-^Spssrs. Dwyer &  Co., Indian Cotton Merchants ^European Bank  ot London suspended on theC 19th, liabilities  ������1,000,000.   Efforts for a European Congress  are still being made by Frauce, England and  Russia, but with little hopes of success. Lord  Clarendon, in the llouse of Lords, admitted  that confidential communications were passing between the Governments,.but that there  ,   were little hopes of a peaceable solution.  ��������� The latest dates, via Queenstown, are London, May 20th; reports concerning a European  Congress are conflicting ; one authority says  Austria has .declined, another says neither  Russia, Austria nor Italy had yet been officially addressed.   Paris Bourse hat; rentes 63f.  30c;   It is rumored that a sanguinary conflict  had taken place between the Turkish and  Moldavian troops.  .Sau Francisco, June. 2nd.���������A banquet in  honor of'Anson Burlingame, American Minister to China, and Gen. Yau Valkenberg, American Minister to Japan, was given last evening by the principal Chinese houses in this  city.  The P. M. S. S. Co.?s steamer Golden Age,  which left Panama May 19Ih, where she connected with steamer leaving New York May  11th, arrived early this morning j^_she brings  1 ute hews]from ;South America.Xf Ah extra issued from the office of the Panama 'Morning  Chronicle'> con tains details of the action of the  Spanish .fleet oa the town of Callao, and its  repulse by the gallant Peruvians. The attack  was made on the 22nd.   The 'Chronicle' says:  [j^n circiilatjon;  puntry Bank-  all cdntin-  jt only put  fms-to be a  ������ly andsure-  "blatihg.-the  Action commenced at noon on the 22nd, the  Peruvians tiring the first shot.   The Spaniards  attacked the batteries in two lines, the Villa  de Madrid, Blanca and Berenguela taking the  forts to the north, and the Mimancia, Alman-  cia and Resolution those to the south of the  town.   Early in the engagement a shot struck  the Villa de Madrid, cutting asunder the steam  pipe.and, damaging her badly;  after about  two hours firing another shot penetrated the  hull of the Bererigula, making a tremendous  hole,"through which the water;!rushed in and  she looked like going down; but'they managed to careen her and patch her up sufficiently  to dijug her soon away from the" scene of action.    The Blanea showed no indications of  having been struck.   The ships.attacking the  nor did thsy effect much. One battery on  shore, mounting two heavy guns, blew up ;  but it was not ascertained whether caused by  a shell from the enemy or from other cause.  Callao itself is not injured���������lAiituiidown^he-  wholo Spanish fleet withdrew ignominiously  to their anchorage, off San Lorenzo, the Peruvians blazing away bravely as they .retreated.  Number killed and wounded among, the Spaniards is estimated at 500. :'  Chicago, June 1st.���������The Fenians invaded  Canada last night, erdssing the Niagara River  about four miles below Buffalo; about 15,000.  strong, and are to-day entrenching themselves  to resist attack. They .are V commanded by  Col. H. R. Stagg and a Col. from Nashville;'  Tennesse. The troops are composed of volunteers . from the west and southwest. ] The  crossing was effected by steam tugs and canal  boats. Great excitement prevails in Buffalo  and Canada West. Reports] indicate movements by Fenians from Rochester, Buffalo and  other points on-'a large-scale to join. / [Here  southern line failed ; will get further particulars soon.���������Operator.]'  Yale, June 4th.���������A letter to the. B.-C.'Tribune, from Seymour, May 20th, says: The  long looked for steamer Marten arrived atout*  little town this afternoon at six o'clock. As  she drew near she was greeted with .a volley  from anvils,.guns.and pistols, and three hearty  cheers and a tiger from the boys on the beech.  The Marten is a beautiful model, and as strong  as she is handsome. She reflects great credit  oh the designer,;Mr. Trahy,.and .'the foreman,  ^K;:������her^^o^  also deserves-praise���������in. ten days from the  time the steamer arrived at Savana's Ferry  the boilers and^machinery were placed, the  wheel, builtgand steam on ready to .make her  trip on'.the^ayl'nahie%] by the Government.  She lef^Sava^ Saturday^ vening  at ,fiv^ o'ciockj-reach^ athalf-past  seven^where^;ffieS^^;iast night,] left next  mprningta^ at 6 p. m.  It is^believed^tlia|ffl^5^1 be the fastest boat  in British?Cp3u-mD^py The news from  the imines^if^i^^^^ouraging, is not quite  so. discoura|ingfliI^^cived a few days ago.  The water is stul-too high to admit *of much  work being done.    Romano s. mill is nearly  completed and will be sawing in a few days.  The to How ing is ^from the. private letter  of a man belonging to Yale, who writes from  Steamboat. Landing, Columbia .river/] under  date of May 23rd :���������We left Seymour on the  17th for Kirby^'s" Landing over the . Government^ trail,  which  is how  impassa^bie for  animals.   For 11 miles the snow lies from one  to ten feet deep.    The; packers are commencing tpjnick from Seymour tp the Frenchman's  a distance of 21 miles ; from thence'to Kirby's  landing, 16 miles by "Indians j.ii-o'm Kirby's  Landing to Wilson's Landing, 18 miles by  water, from thence to. French Creek 13 miles  making the whole distance from Seymour to  French Creek 68 miles.    The gold on the  Columbia river is fine, and but little prospecting done.   There is gold running through  the country but the quantity is yet to be ascertained.   The claims that were working last  August and September are now doing nothing.   Ifsomething.docs not turn up in the  shape of good claims or a good prospect,  there will Roj^be many anen left in the -country.   The Yale people are all sticking to the  country. ��������� Steamboat Landing is two  miles  below Death Rapids.   FromSeath Rapids to  French]-Creek 22miles, thoreare two houses  or log cabins, the one   open and the other  closecL    32he country is thickly timbered; The  weather is very changeable ; snow fell iu the  mountains from two  to  three  inches during  the time we were crossing.      The trail is a  good one, or will be when the snow is off the  ground.   For my part, I shall stick to the  country until driven out by the snow.    Mr.  Moberly and party are doing ail they. can. to  open up the Louutry to the mines.    Good  prospects struck on a gulch falling into McCul-  loLigii-s Creek.   ?. There was also some excitement on French Creek about some new discoveries there.   The Munroe co'y have taken  out $1200 this season.    Men were leaving  Seymour daily for the mines.    At last dates  pacldng was done to the 21 mile house for  six cents a pound. T  Eraser River has risen now considerably  higher than it has been any previous year  since 1862; at this town it has risen at least  40 feet.   An immense quantity of timber has  been carried down by the flood, rendering  steamboat navigation very dangerous.    The  steamboat Lillooet.only came up as far as  Emory's bar on .Thursday last, finding it very  hazardous to proceed any further; she came  all the way up however yesterday without  accident; it requires the greatest skill to steer  a vessel up atjpresent.   The Reliance stopped  at Emory's Bar yesterday.   The waggon road  between Yale and Lytton has been considerably damaged. ] At Rombrose's, 16 mile post,  the river has inundated the road.     Mr. Barnard lost two horses by drowning there yesterday. ,  Yale, 6th June.���������Nothing of importance in  town to-day. Business seems at a stand still  on account of the road being still impassable  between the 17 and 19 mile posts, from the  ed waggons are ready to go out. Some of our  merchants went out yesterday to see the state  of the road, they report that nothing can'be  done until the water falls considerably, and  then it will take some days to put theroad'in  repair so that waggons can pass over it again.  Foot passengers can get along by a trail that  runs much higher up. The river seems to be  on the fall sinceyesterday, and has fallen two  feet. The steamer Reliance arrived this morning from .Emerys Bar, -where she has been  waiting since Sunday onaccount of the weather  and drifting timber in the river; she leaves  to-day for New -Westminster.'.;  Latest private dispatches arrived in town tp  W.H. Sutton, from New Westminster, announcing the death of Gen. Scott:.all the American  flags in town are half-mast Also,' that the  Fenians had invaded Canada; heavy fighting.  ^**The Bank of British Columbia has^declared a dividend for the past half year-of 12i  per cent..  ���������' .&������*'Miner's', communication will appear next Issue.  DANCING-  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  CAMERONTOW^,  TI7HERE  THE PROPRIETOR,  T^A^]������arW  ?V   gives a general invitation to"his''-.frlen'dsimrt J"  I)ublic at; Iargb, to call. and ���������:. judgo; for. ihemgelv������*-,i  r * -'" ���������'-t4Tables- also, theChofce'EiS !  LIQUORS.-;  The Orchestra  whlf  jnerits of his Billiard  his SEG^VRS and  consists of four musicians, is First Glass.  pPPEN-HEIMEIl & 00,  ERGHANTS  ���������TENDERS'  WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF LANDS & WORKS,.  QUESNELMOUTH,  ��������� : UP TO 12 O'CLOCK  Monday, 18th Jnne, 1866,  :-��������� FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES :  8000 His. best Golden Gate Flour;  3000  700  400  ���������00  ; 100  200  150  .60  1  1  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  Quality Rice:  Oregon or California Bacon j  Bayos Beans;  No. 2 Sandwich Is. Sugar;  Dried Apples; .  Salt-;  Tea;  Ground Coffee;  box of Pepper;,  do    Mustard.;  . .1     do    Soap; ��������� ;'v������   ���������  Also, to be tendered for separately or together with  tlie above articles:  2 tons of Natural Hay;  . 1000 fts. Barley; .'���������.'.  2000 Ks. Potatoes;  1000 tfes. Turnips. , , :  Proposals will also be received for the supply of.  8000 Ifes'. of Beef.     '  ���������  Tenders to state what price on foot delivered at Cottonwood Ranch-,:or killed aud delivered on tlie work be'-*  tween Cottonwood and Ricbficld; if on'foot animals not:  to exceed 500 ffjs. net. ���������  . ���������;  Tiic above articles arc to be all of the best description.  0ne-.quartor.of the above articles to bo delivered at  Edw- vd's or Van Winkle within six days after the acceptance or the Tenders, the: remainder within 15 and  30 days respectively.  Tenders to state the.prico for cash on delivery, or for  Bills at 60 days on Chief Commissioner of Lauds and  Works at New Westminster.  Tenders to be endorsed "Tenders for Provisions, "Cottonwood and Rich field .Road."  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.  THOMAS SPENCE,    .  .Government Agent,   ���������  .Richfield, June 9th, .1866. H  WHOLESALE AND^RETAIL DEALERS IK ALL -  KINDS OF   " V  peovisions, - tiQliois/i^  CLOTHING-,  BOOTS   &��������� SHOES,  ���������MNIN^.: TOOLS.v���������&c., i  Beg to call the attention of Miners and others  to their full assortment of SUPERIOR QO0D3'  ' .,.     iwhich will be sold  AT   dO ST   PRlCtS!  to make room for a NEW. STOCK to .arrive so Boon y  the Roads are open. ....'��������� .  mg&9* Liberal allowance will be made io  Restaurant und Hotel Keepers and the Trade generally  on large orders. ��������� . - ' ."��������� ���������'.,.'������������������'  WILLIAM    SEWELL,  BUTCHER,  .'t    VAN WINKLE,  EGS TO INFORM   HIS  CUSTOMERS  AXD THE  publM? generally that he intends to furnish theui  RICHFIELD,  PATRICK   KIR WIN, -PbopV  Best Billiard Table on the Creek; the Liquor?  '   and Cigars are* of the finest quality.      '9  OTIGE  lEpie Steamer "Enterpn^1  W^-XX:'0;m leave SODA CREEK ���������:  .;��������� MONDAY & THURSDAY MORNINGS,  '&.. : AT DAYLIGHT;  S! Will leave QTJESNEL  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNLXG?,  AT 6 O'CLOCK,  Oonriecting at Soda Croek with Barnard's Staofs oa  ���������   Wednesday's trip down and Thursday's trip up.  ���������jb^'Freight to Quesnel 14 cts. ^ !b.  Steamer 'Enterprise,' V  ��������� May 21st, 1860. "   j  or  Van Winkle June 11th, 1866.  11  REMOVAL   OF GOODS.  H.   C,   WILMOTT  CEGStTO. INFORM THE MERCHANTS AN0 PJIBLK.  of WilliamsJCreek that he is prepared, at tho sliprt-  est uotice,: to remove goods of every -'description ���������  care between the towns of iRichfie'Id- Barkerville -m  Camcrontown, at reasonable rates.  Richfield, May 21st,' 1866.  DURING THE PRESENT WEEK wo expect to receive aud open a First Class stoeic of BRAND NEW  GOODS, comprising'  CAMERONTOWN,  C. FULTON, Proprietok.  RUBBER   BOOTS,  GOODYEAR'S  NO.   1   RUBBER   COATS,  COAL OIL, &c, &c,  All of which hlivo"Ubpn nibstcafeFully selected and will  he sold at tho LOWEST RATES.. '  '<  We cordially invito * call from oar old friends and  tho public generally.     -������������������ r - -^ -. -.  '��������� ,      ,��������� J. H. TODD &CO.  Barkerville, B. C, June 4th, 1865. v    ,  N. B.-���������A small lot of Hardware, Paints & Oils on  hand, for said at 60 per cent. Below Cost. 9-2in  HIT   OR   MISS  Bakery and Coffee Saloon,  RICHFIELI),     ���������  JACOB HEINSON, Proprietor,  Bread, Pies and Cakes constantly on hand.-  fcouthcru hattoriea; were not"mueh' damaged, j overflowing of tnu river.   A number of load-  PRAGER   &   BRO.,  BEOHANTS,  BARKERVILLE,    '  DEALERS IS  Assorted Merchandize  Wholesale and Retail. 1  There isnodistm^  and strychnine and rot-gut find "ho place here^J  aREAT   ATTBAOTIQN!  EVERY EVENING,  AT-TB8 .,-"'  FlSHI0I $������X;0]]QR  BARKERVILLE. >  A LL LOVERS OF THE TERHSCHOREAN ABT������J B  JX invited tocalland enjoy themselves, whenancaij;. ^  welcome will be extended. ^g  ���������I  ���������JKS* The best of "Wines, Liquors and -SegarSt  and Goad Order observed. ���������    '1"     W���������������ir=  1 MARTIN & COOK, Prop r>.  BARKERVILLE, ��������� '  MISS TIIURBER & MR. LAWLESS, Prop #  T  HIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLt FITTED W&  I  iho Restaurant principle with a view tc��������� the^c     ^  of the public, and will be conducted in a ,^gfid t0  ensure tho satisfaction of tlioso who are ������w*w  favor the proprietors with their patronage.  . . Meals at all Hours. G;ood Be<f ��������� fl o(  jgST The Bar is furnished with tho bestjowcu ^  Liquors and Segnr*.  L   .���������& MQglBOQ SENTDTEL  ,000!  ��������� MONDAY,; JUNE 11, 1866.  BAREv-  sndB ftnit 4{  ice Brands of  JS������ar-Wbl4  ! IN, ALL  ind othera  GOODS'  i-ES!:  so sooa y  made b  e general!?  ;: .    1  DON,  )PJR.  ^^^^s  e Liquor*  IPIm  inss*11  *ttW&k  INGS,  -���������'���������������������������      1  WINGS, 1  STAGF9  rip up.    I  <������������������"'���������- ^MININa:INTELLIGENCE. '  ],    * WILLIAMS OBEEK.  ''���������"'��������� the great Buflt;6f the claims on this :creek  ;arenow,iri;w6rldngprde^  of tafcini? 6ut;mo������ey:soonf which wiU; douM-  lesshave;a favorablei effect dii<the��������� depressed  ^kte of the money ma^  claims oii the hilt side between Richfield -and  the caaon^have ^allstarted tp: wa^^-attd>;^  Mbitanactiyity^e^ as the  creek claimsdidiu 186^ ,r,   , ���������  - IVe are astbiiished ������iat ;so little attention.  v has beendir^cted^to pm^m^mg of the  iinner portion of the:creek since 1863. In the  g������rW of that year hundreds "of shafts;; were  ' -sank and ���������tunnels" run :^hr the eastern bank  abovei Richfield; but^ithput success; it -^as  naturally supposed the*,:that the lead did  not extend further up the -creek than the  old Downie claims the consequence was, that  the ground waVall abandoned before the end  of July. :^.Tfe^::^^:^fe^]"^^P^^^?.*.: %������W"  ever who found prospects sufficient to induce  them to contmue'working, and many of them  have worked steadily since season after season,  taking but #b^ pa;jr. t In^the San Juab co'ys  claimvSvttichisi the uppermost one that-is-at  , present working, ;as high as, $2 to: fo&pan has^  bee^ obtained; the owners of whic)i expect to  .];j������^j^Si^^  The creek for miles above this point has never  been prospected and from its generalappearr  ance there is no reason toudoubt fliat good  diH-ffinks will be found on the western bank,  if onlya fair trial is made. v There will be a  ereat^manB strangers and^pthers^pmmg Jo  this district within the next :few weeks^frpm  Big Bend and elsewhere, who; we would recommend to go and; examinethis locality and  iudge for th^msel^  Flume co'y^^^  of the creek, but there is still enough of banks  and benches available for pre-emption. After  the late unexpected discoveries on Grouse  kxreek,"who������ knows what might result from -a  little prospecting on this, the richest of all the  creeks in Cariboo, ���������  San Juan co'y, 3 shares; this, co'ys ground  is located on, the east bank of the,creek near  the old Coonskin claim, and has been worked  since 1863; it has neverpaidless than wages;  thisrseasohitis;expected;better;;pay wiU  taken out;;the company..;are,;]busyiground  aluicing.--Nicholsoh & Bradley co'y (dri|i3fe������  shares, 6 men at work; thisjclaim paysl||8ohi;  $20 to $30 a^day to the hand ;\ the channel;  ' which is bemg worked is;from 12 to~16 ^feet  deeper than that of the ^ creek;, the gold; is  very coarse, we saw a_pie.ee; that was taken  out a' Jew Weeks ago weighing $36.^$)la  Downie; co'y, 2 shares, 4 men at work^ start-  R. i ag ah incline; this.-. ground still pays good  " wages^Tryit A^n^b,y, 4 shares^ laid oyer  to 29th July;~rSimhieg coty.; this company are  busy continuing the drain which was run last  winter to tap;their diggings; will be taking  out pay in 8 or. 10 days.���������Wide West co'y,  4 men at work, taking out-gobdvpay | ;o]n Fridaywashed \ip about 50 ounces.--r-Happy go  sluicing and erecting hydraulic apparatus.���������-  /Tontine co'y; just got hydraulic:to; work.-^  Below: the canon, the; Burns Tunnel co'y  have got fairly to work with their hydraulic,  and are making good] progress considering the  nature of the ground];;; they have not cleaned  up yet.���������Consolidated co'y have run <a tunnel  into $he hill, arid at a distance of 60 feet struck,  a prospect of $1 ,to the pan on Thursday last.  -rltoKatairlhgcp^have starfed,tp'drift froni  their shaf ti^Fos^Oampbell������6^^recting a  new wheel and gearing, and putting up^flumei  frBarker co'y, preparing to sink a shaft and  repairing ditch^The; creek claims between  the .Barker and Caribeo co'ys are laid over till  the completion of the Bod Rbek* Drain.-~The  Aurora cb?y,are reported'to havevasbed up  on WednesdayStast,, fpr three days,k work j 300  ounces.���������'Wake {up Jake v'co'y are engaged  blasting through/bed rpcktb deepen their shaft;  will] be ^stifagagairi.iii the course of. 8; pr^lO  days.^^ atsoh9������*f naY^ been running a tunnel down stream through rim rock with the  view of tapping the channel, they have just  got through arid get gopfd;^prospects.^-I)avis  co/y washed up yesterday 98 ouuees.���������Australian co'y, still washing'tbp grayel'and making  wa^s^Welehcb^  prain.--Garibopjco'y ; during the nigh stage;  of the creek this co'y endeavored to pump but  their lower��������� ��������� ��������� shaft; arid although they;had a  jpump %i: work whicj'was throwing 120 gallpris]  of water ������miiiute were unable to gain an inch;-  since the]creek has fallen however they have  managed to: get down, 47 feefr; are ribw'prii-'  ;J!S|:J^M:]a3J^|oialTO  at work riitthing the Bed; Rock Drain ^through;  .their ground; are now within 150 feet ��������� of the?  Cariboocb'y'slower lines^:get alittlegPld���������  Gamp co'y have' ground sluiced" otf ������j& large  space of groundj and-are now settirig sluices  <fo wash up.���������Morning Star co^ha^ve got into  the channel, which is pitching; have not clean--  edj- up their sluices yet;' find good prpspects^���������  Surprise Tunnel colyarejstill drifting through  bed rovfcr���������Never ^weat^o'y have been run-;  ning a drift to tap back channel; will get into'  pay about the middle of the weelc^-Caledonia  co'y have been engaged during the past week  in raising their shaft house and sluices, and  in  ) PUBLIC  tbe short-  lion witi  ���������ville ani  shmen'.  mm  oi.  ART M  Luckey co'y, busy running a 'prospect tunnel,  are in 80 feei-^Forward co'y, just %ot into  channel at: 80 feet, and are now" busy*&xiri^up  sluices to 4start;washirig.--:The/Casket cp'yj  for the last few days have been sluicing front  ground in order tb start a tunnel; they expect  to have 200 feet to run before they get to ]the  channel:���������McLaren co'y, have been engaged  during the past week in lowering their dump  box and cutting a ditch; they, commenced  washing on Friday, ibis claim is paying big  we could not ascertain the amount however.  We have of ten observed of late a disposition manifested on the part of many companies on the creek, to keep the amount of gold  taken out of their claims a secret; we cannot  account for this-practice on any other ground  than the desire of avoiding litigation, for it is  a well known fact, that so soon as a claim begins to pav, the fortunate owners are beset  with a senes;of law suits, and viewing the  || effects of the late decisibri iii.a fining case,  ��������� we cannot blame them for adopting this  ������ course, although it deprives us of the pleasure  B of recording their success.  M aJm11 f&lZ.Am*������!y are running a prospect  B drift and getting a little pay.-The Wilson,  | Brouse,  Dutch Bill, and Steaaman  ���������s  S ^ted, tor the purpose of cutting a drain this  I d^nwna������7 ^������t0 a depth of 10 W but  m does not afford the necessary drainage ��������� fhev  ^ ��������� ^L^^^^^ lW n! flumfin  m  m  Wm  w  i  UPON   If  crier to  :osed to   mi  jtion <*  ii  ^sm.  i necessary drainage; they  . adedon laying a flume in  conjection with rhe Sixtoed^Pete and Sor-  ma co'ys, by which they will be able to eet  wW181*6 gra^e to drain their divines  ������* r������vthih/ additio^al advantage the flUIn? will  ��������� aftord for carrying off their tailings ���������Loed  m Pete co y commenced ground sluicing 4 men  m at work���������California co'y, 6 m3n at V^vk  m ground s uicing.-Comis^Tco'y," men atTwrk  W X*UlV0' ?ave not yet craned up���������Glllaher  B tl^Tf^ t0 hydranlic-^teitz co'v'  J   'ound alumna-Forest Hill *>>* SZIl{  erecting.new hoisting - gear;  in washing the  dirt around and in the shaft house they got 47  ounces; resumed washing on Saturday.*���������Griz-  zley co'y have just finished their tap drain on  Saturday;] will now commence work on paying  grpund^Beauregard.:' co'y stopped work.-���������  Nevada Tunnel co'y nave4 struck a good prospect, aM will commence washing this week;  ^Eank co'y still running incUne.j7-Mofiatt  cofy have been at^work all last week'clearing?  out old drifts.-^t.,^jidrews, Tunnel co'y; still]  drifting through bed-rock.���������-La *t Chance co'y  (iriblirie)struckaprbspect oil Satedayof;$P50i  to the pan.-^L'astGhanceoo'y(shaft) are making frbm 30 to 50 ounces-every twb shifts; the  pay is 40 feet wide ; wa_shed ;up. on Saturday  about 3Q ounces.���������Tinker co'y started washihg  last week and are 'finding good pay^Califor-  nia Tunnel co'y have been troubled;with bad  air, and; are, running a drift to tap Last Chance  do'y'sdig'gings; getting a little pay.���������The Cameron-co'y washed up on Tuesday last 80 ozs.,  on Saturday last 80 pzs^ will have oyer 200  pzs. for last week ���������; ] this pay is]oUt of ground  under the' town site^Raby: co'y washed out  on Thursday 2liozs.i iOi;ozs.! on Friday, 12  ozs, on Saturday;; the /diggings will average  about 15 ozs. a day.^Pead Brpke co'y washed  up for.2i (lays' work last. we^k 40 ozs.���������Forest Rose co'y have not yet got into pay^���������PraV  irie Flower co'y is still yielding about 100 pzs.  a week^rrShe fchighEstate of the water in the  creek'has prevented <all: the co'ys below the  Raby co'y; froni doing anything on their claims  for the last 8 days, they have now resumed  pumping and will get to "washing so on.  '.::";.','   CONKLINS GOLCH.  We] have rio such big strikes as were being  made in this gulch about;thi3 time last year  yet to record, we cannot say how soon it may  be.our pleasing duty to do so.���������The Saw Mill  co'y have been working for some time in connection With the Aurora co'y the ground that  was in dispute last year and are making over  wages.���������The Ericcsoh'co'y are running a drift  lf-:Hftl������annAl   in   iht* Kill��������� -T'Krs- T-TT-.i+n^  channel���������The Renfrew co'y located  on the  ground lately held by the Slate Range co'y  and as Good as Any co'y, 12 shares, 6 "men at  work, are about to sink a shaft.  MINK GULCH.  .',  The Perserverance co'y are the' only claim  at work in this gulch.    This company are  well named for they have been steady at  work prospecting since the spring of 1^63;  there are 5 shares and 5 men working, the  Shaft:is'75feetdeep.   The channel is 26' feet  wide, and the gold found is very coarse ; the  claim paid well last fair;  a .hew wheel and  hoisting gear is being put up, when this is  finished they expect tp do well.    <-���������-���������������������������; -';>���������.  We learned, yesterday that the Australian  co'y, which is located on a wet flat atthehead  of this gulch, bottomed their -shaft non-Saturday and got a prospect' of .$2 to the p������n.  GROUSE * CftEEK.  That portion of the creek about which so  much excitement has been felt of late is situated above what is called the little canon, and  about two miles, from where the creek falls  into AnLler. It commences at a point near the  source of Canadian creek, and extends, so far  as yet tested, upwards of a mile on both sides  of the'ere'ek"; the east side-however-is the  favorite locality, as it is on this side where the  new channel Was* lately found. On* entering  the creek from the flat which divides it from  Canadian creek, an eritensive bench of shallow ground presents itself to view containing  several acres, which has all been turned over  arid'workea!~w^^^^  years, and from which as high as $50 a day to  the hand has been obtained;. .'There appears  to be a good deal more .of /similar looking  ground all along the'face; of'1the: hill; The  Bed Eock Flume is^.thc first.Work that attracts  attention; it is built :��������� arid ^raid;'iri:; a verysub-  stantial��������� manner, an'd;;ijs]^^highly;^creditable,  'piece of workmansffip^5v^^^:^ify>i9. to see  it lying idle when there]^s;?;ple^j.df Water to  work with and numb^;^mCnwho might be  profitably employed].on:;ifc?^|(posite'ihe. head  of the-Fiiime is the'sWre]]dJ?MV<McWha, which  ^was put up last spririg^fejipt'seems the favored town site is'being laid? off. about a quarter  of a mile further up than this, on a flat'oppo-  site the claim of the Discovery co'y. -Several  substantial log buildings are in course of  erection, among which is,the 'butcher shop of  Hessrs. 1^ Gannon & Co.; and a store aihd saloon] With the view of prpcuririg coiTectin-  fbrmation respecting the recent discoveries on  this;Cieek, we made it our business last Thursday, to visit every claim that wasworking, and  were very kindly'piit in possession of all the  particulars concerning 1 the . different claims  which it was possible to afford by the various  shareholders, and even invited to inspect the  underground workings of not a few, which  we readily accepted. We give below the'i-e-  sultpf our inquiries, which are not .so'interesting as they might be three weeks hence:���������  The Heron co'y, 8 shares, 4 men at work; have  been busily engaged for some time past running a prospect tunnel into the hill, and after  sinking several shafts in'it bad found no prospect; they have now started 'another tunnel  further up the creek and-expect- to. tap a'deep  channel which is known to exist^ near the bed  of the creek, a shaft had. been sunk on this  ground last season anda prospect of six bits  to the pan obtained in the gravel, but the water prevented the shaft frbm'being bottomed  s  induced them tp^ ran a tun'nel through rirn  rock, and at a., distance of ^35 fe'efc from tho  creek struck a channel containing a very heavy  wash of gravel; out of the dirt they had washed they had taken over *50 ounces; they have  been fitting up sluices, and making a car, &c.t  and were to start washing again on Friday.   Caroline co'y, 4-shares, 4 men at.work ; this  cp'y struck a prospect of SI 50 to the pan in  a shaft 3A feet * from the creek,������������������> and ar<> now-  starting a .tunnel to tap the shaft���������Heppel  co'y,*creek;'clain2, 4 shares, 4 men at*work.  busy ground:. sluicing; -ground pays good  wages.���������Cas'cade; co'y, C shares, sinking a sbaft.  ���������Ontario co?y, ;4 shares,:sinking a prospect  shaft.���������Salt Spring or Original Discovery co'y;  this is a creek claim, and lies in front.of the  two last named co'ys, 7 shares, 7 men at work,  of whom 6 are Chmamen: getting ready to  ground sluice.���������Jed woo distaff co'y .(on west  bank), 5 shares, at work cutting a ditch and  getting ready to ground sluice; goodpay was  taken out of this ground which was drifted  during the winter.���������Robin Hood co'y, 8 sharc^  sinking a prospect shaft���������Smith & co'y (opposite last named co'y), 6 shares, busy ground  sluicing.���������The most pleasing feature we observed throughout this camp was the strong  faith expressed by all in the richness of the  diggings; every one seems satisfied and pitches  into'work with a will, and no one is desirous  of selling out, which anords a better criterion  to, judgo/of the confidence felt respecting .,  claims then aught else. . The claims are all  situated above "the level of the surface of .th������  crejk, and; arp:.riot annoyed .b^jvater:]thcv  "canBe work'ecfas weir ftunngl&e wirier asm"  summer, which; is a great advantage. ] We are  informed that:. it is the in ten tion of p ar ties  owning; hill' claims to make application for  having them:,laid over for no other reason  '  than to take .advantage of the labor of those  who are at present prospecting in the' neighborhood.   It'would be well for the Gold Commissioner to enquire into the reasons for such  a course'befpre granting the privilege,is all  the ground pri the east side can .be worked at  any season of'the year. \ ;���������  ''  . .-"-/bEGGS'GULCH". "-.   ���������  . There has been two companies at '.work on  .this gulch, for sometime, and two more companies are preparing to set tb;:work.-^Th'e  Reese co'y h^^/beeh making considerable  more than wake'S;'  i'QO MARKETS.  R.^fivSJwj.'.j, .......       .  C SF ������^goods that have arrived  ^ast week has tended to lower  The larg v  here during!  the prices p^^s^al.articles, 'flour. has fallen  from 32���������to 2;|^ffi^ithin the last few days, arid  there is ever^irpbability of it.reniainirig firm  at that figure|il^ceries and Other articles remain steady Ml|st quotations.  for a back channel in the hilt-^The-7 United  Tunnel co'y are now in over 170 ft.���������The Reid  co'y have noW* finished fitting up their shafts,  they will be able to start sinking in the beginning of the week; their new wheels and gearing  are the best rig we have yet seen on the creek.  ���������New Zealand co'y have got all the water  out of their shaft and commencd to raise their  drift, will be washing during the week.���������  Union Quartz Mining co'y, this company was  organized last fall for the purpose of prospecting a quartz reef on the South side of this  gulch they sunk a shaft over 60 feet deep and  tried the rock and found it to assay well;  they are now engaged sinking through the  wall vock so as to test the. lead at a greater  depth.���������Hood Tunnel co'y are now running  straight into the hill prospecting for the channel which is supposed to exist there.���������The  Home Stake co'y on the hill side immediately  below the Hood co'y, have been sinking a  shaft but have been drowned out by the water  which is coming in from the bottom of their  shaft.   It is believed they are not far from a-  -Caineron co'y, 3 shares, 3 men at work, setting sluices and preparing to ground sluice;  this claim when worked last year-yielded an  ounce a day to the hand.���������Sanderson & co'y,  2 shares, 2 men at work, ground sluicing���������  Yaughairco'y, .4 shares, 3 men at work, just  commenced running a tunnel.���������Mount Pleasant co'y, 6 shares, (i men at work; this c������'y-  have just completed a ditch and have started  %o ground sluice; the ground paid last year as  high as S50 to the hand.���������Short Bend co'y, 6  shares, 3 shifts of 2 men each, have run a tunnel over 130 feet into the hill and are now  find*. Ag good indications of a channel; they  got about $10 out of a few wheel-barrows of  dirt.���������Full Rigged co'y, 6 shares, sinking a  prospect shaft���������Sneddon_or Discovery co'y,  ^shares7Ishiftsrpf 5 men~eaehj this co'y are  working their ground, Which is very dry, tb  good advantage; the width of their breast is  30 feet, and the ground is so hard that timbers  are not required until they have gone four feet  ahead; the pay dirt is five feet thick, and is of  a yellowish color and contains large quantities  of lead; the co'y have not yet worked one full  week on pay dirt, but expect when they get  regularly started, to. be able to make at least  200 ozs. a week.���������Auch or French company,  3 shares, 6 men at work; Frank Perez, who is  foreman of this co'y, claims to be the discoverer of the new channel in the hill, having  first struck gold on the 10th January last, out  of five wheel-barrows of dirt he obtained $25,  some of the pieces he found would weigh $15;  he struck this channel after drifting about 62  feet from the creek ; he has been at work all  winter and is now making over wages.���������Mor-  rili-Perez coty, 2 shares, started to run a new  tunnel.���������Ne'er do Well co'y, 4 shares, hill  claim, 7 men at work; this co'y after sinking  ni1&wBOtE9  'p|2fc;:00$  AXE.                           RETAIL.  Flour.   ���������  loo r������s ;. $24 oo 9 ioo ifca  Bacon,  Y^-s^SS ct  s#ft   :-���������������������������        62cte$fl>  Sugar,  ."                    60        "  Beans,  22@24  ��������� t                    go         <i  Candles,  85 ������80  ::���������'!'            $100      '���������"���������'  Butter,  '90  "                  125         V*  Tea,  $100  "                 125         lt  Coffee (Fell's),  75  "                  100      " -.'"  Tobacco,  $2 00������ 3 00         "  Nails,  35  "                    45        ">  Gum Boots,  $15 00, $13 00 @. $20 00.������ pair. .  Beef,  ���������2o @ SO els ^ Ifc  Veal,  ;������ @ 45      "  Mutton, -  *  '   40@45   .   tu  Potatoes,  12 ���������      "  Turnips,  io     ������������������".;���������'  several shafts found indications of gold which Jin their shaft.  jsZS*' From Mr. Spence, who came in from  Quesnelmouth last evening, we learn that tho  case Minnifee vs Bates, had been decided  against Batesj4who was mulct in the sum of  $2,500.. .Up to the hourwnen Mr. Spence  left (3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon) the jury  had been unable to agree in their verdict concerning the guilt of the Indian accused of the  murder of Morgan last fall. Several cf tbo  worst breaks on the road from, Cottonwood  had been repaired, so that the stage waggon  can pass.  The Term of the Legisiative Council Extended.���������The Government has issued a notico  extending tbe term of office of the members  of the Legislative Council, unless previously  determined, until rthe���������1st _ day_ of_ Senteinher_  next, the instrument which, appointed, them  having expired yesterday.���������'British Columbian,'June 2nd.  Arrivals.���������Mr. Cochrane, who. succeeds  Mr. Phillips, as Recorder for this district, arrived oh Saturday: afternoon from Lyttoh. as  also did Messrs. Levy and McKebn, from Victoria,  p X ._ ��������� ������������������  j^^Tbe number of pack animals tnat have  arrived on this creek since. Wednesday^ last  is 176 which will give a total for the week  of533animals.     ...������������������'.   .   .;..;,.  ^**We understand that Judge-Cox had to  pay $250 for shovelling the snow from the  trail between Van Winkle and Richfieldj sd  as to enable trains to get in.  $&?* Messrs. Oppenheimer &Co. have open-  ed"a branch store at Cameronton, in the building formerly occupied by Mr. Deightoh.  ^#* It is reported that the Cascade co'y;  on Grouse creek, have found a good prospec*  it  m  im.Kammusmwim^M'imi'f^fS^mssma'sM: msBswaasessm  maasgaaaaBamasBSisa  An Eccentric bfVEjrroR.r-|n..noticing.the  * ; death of Mr.Appo)di thb well-known engineer,  a London paper observes that tbe most remarkable proofs of his cleveriiess as an inven-  . top were collected inbis bwnhbuse, aiid the  works adjoining1 nt.,; -There everything-that  could be made so was^autoniatic.   The' doors  ;-���������������������������' opened as you approached thera,and closed  ...  after you had entered |;water came unbidden  , into the basins; when the'gas was lighted the  ��������� shutters closed; a self-acting thermometer pre-  <, vented the temperature rising or falling-above  or below certain/fixed points } and^the air sup-  ...plied for ventilation was washed to- cool and  . screened to cleanse it- from blacks./ Even the  u gates of his stable yard opened of themselves  ;' .-as bo drove through j and closed again' without  ,\slamming; ���������  '"��������� f'fXwftf- ;:v ��������� ':-:/ X'] 11.''';;  |V '/ A'Mormon- Diti������k������L~The prospect>of;a  ���������' govcrniental prohibition of polygamy .excitea  much' alarm in Utah. 'viThe..;yidette> ��������� of that  country, a.joufnal opposed to polygamy^ has  a' curious letter from a wo man, asking, wh a t if  polygamy is abolished,^ will become of all the  women that are situated like myself, the fourth,  wife of a labouring man, who supp or ts..us in  comfort and by- industry. and economy, but  ;; whose means would be nothing if divided between us all, without his daily income arising  from his work. And must poor children  bear the stigma of illegitimacy, as they nat-iif-  .; kl ly will, if the tie, that binds .me to their fa-  thcTis anulled??>.. -v.-XXpfX --.-.."' .\V.v....;:.  TICE  ������������������:' -,-, NOTICE IS'HEREBy GIVEN'THAT 'X  THE P?0S T   O F FIC E  ' "'" '��������������������������� will, until further notice, bo kept at the . .  Ll.BliAR.Y in CAMERQN^OiWN, .  and'Mr, JOHN BOWRON will be the-Actra>r:Postmastcr  * RlcbfiomVB.C.,     V  lsfMaylAvD.lSOa.'l  WM. GEO, COX,.  '���������'tit ..;.', . : j. p.  WHOLESALE AND RSiHL  STORE,  RICHFIELD.  LAUMEISTER & GO  ���������;  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  ....   QUESNELMOUTH,'-  X'..- P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,  ��������� ['���������  Meals at all hoursj-and Cooking of the best  . p..;-���������'//.;������������������/      description. s  ft-     .���������QUESNELMOUTH,  '���������  - - -BROWN & GILLISpProprietors.- :;  Good Beds; Restaurant j Billiard Table, &c.  .- Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats.        s  Merchants and Dealers w -  PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, LIQUORS, &c.  ;  *i;;: ���������'.jjSS5*,'A,good story.;'is: told; aboutthe'i Rev.  Rbbert J. Breckinbridge^ who was. temporary  *,J^uiii2������fyL;oO^  year, and' the 1 ate; Thomas 3^. Marshal I,, p f Keiij  ' tiickey, fBoth, wishing ft) establish a'rejputa-  tioil in early. Iife, measured\ laiiccs witn Henry  ; Clay* aiid, of course got v the worst 'of it.;. :"A  . \pfew. years afterwards the-two metrrrthe - (latter  ^'being on brie of hisk customary sprees. : The  : lawyer,exclaimed.to ithe-Vdivine,.'"Ah 1, fiofcj,  " it was ;an unlnckey- day!-for. us Wh en wo.; tilted  . X. against -the. Great Harry. Elt drove ,"me to;; the  f-Xfbottle; and ypii to. the pulpit, Bob ;.but Pye  stuck;aX~���������-sigbt;closerto my.textthan ybu  v have to; yours." - . X 'XXt^XX^j,- fXf..^ ';���������;;'���������'��������� ���������  .$&* William fr-1���������'made some proposals-  r that were objected to fbyXv^ farmer. 'Highly  i en raged,: "Sir^ said ho- to the farmer, "do you  kiipw; sir, that PhaVe beenja/the t>vo univer-  < si ties,'and. two colleges-in leachy-university ?���������'"  "Well, sir," said the tarmep|^atof that?: I  ���������- had;:a calf thatsu'eked two1||pwsJand the ob-  Hervation. I'made -was, the 'moxe'iSe sucked the  ���������. greater .calf .u������- grew-I^V/.^S^J.;;: ���������;;._/;,.   ���������;  ��������� i J:."jisS^One.: of .the; readie^&fpues wo ev.er;  ' ,heard;\vas made by an-Iris^Sap^er.: A:geh.-;  ���������;.'v  tleman ��������� travel ling on ihorsey^M^ahie upon an  Irishman who was fencing'Mtemost barren  ' ,'and'desolate^piece of.land.^gllwhat-are you  : fencing in that lot for, Pat ?^|s.ai| he. "A herd  of cows would starve to deaiKjn that land.;j  ^And sure, your honor, \yasit^iTencing it to  kape the^ poor bastes out��������� 6t\jfcj$?fi ������  Titr U.virERSAi.:PnAcriCK of mixing Chicory and  other adulteratives with Coflee, has very much' damag-  odin public estimation, what ought to bo tho most  delicious of Beverages.   So effectually have.the public  been druggedwith such mixtures that the true properties tmvo been lost sight of, and many prefer a black  and thick infusion to a drink rich in spirit and aroma.  General a3 is ihc use of Coffee, it is littlo known that  in'condensing the; vapors extracted from tho berry in  roasting, a liquor is obtained of tho most nauseous  ..���������tastoj and of a scent the most unbearable.   Under such  circumstances it is evidently important that all tho  gases and liuids extracted by roasting should be carried off as quickly as possible, in order to prevent their  returning again to the Colfoe, which is the case in the  Confined cylinder.   .Tbis:object is admirably accom-  pli.shod by the new and patent "Conical Coffee .Roaster"  ������K used by FELL k CO., Victorirt, in which the berry  is directly exposed to the radiated heat,' and the vapor  extracted carried off instantaneously.*   ��������� lb. addition to  the advantage to be derived by the rapid removal of  tho steam containing tlio objectionubie properties, the  piire aroma ������f the Coffee is retaiucd, tho essential.oil  licing preserved and not exhausted us in the Cylinder  Roaster, where the Coffee is required to remain a. much  longer time,in consequenco of. the steaming.it undergoes by the"confined/steam, . It is chemically, impossi-  Ido to retain tho qualitigs or arrcst the' deterioration of  Coffee when grou nd.   Tho heat engendered by the process of roasting, and especially of grinding, creates an  action in the elementary parts which gradually destroys  its 11 tness for driuk,'    But to retain the essential oi 1  which it contains we havo it encased iii tins containing-'  fniih 1 lb;;to.28 IbC,".and which caji" be had from any  of tho.reepoctablo dealers..   Wo .oau, confidently recommend those who have hitherto been obliged to re-  i rain from taking Coflo e.; on account :of its ill effects,  that.they.may uso our-Coifee, roasted in the Conical  Roaster, being recommended by all medical men under  whoso notice it has been brought, and by numerous  oth������r testimonials in its favor. ;       FELL & CO.;   :  t. :\    -'.'��������� CoiTea Merchants, yates sfc;,.yicfcoria.  NOTICE. ;  THE CO^PARTXERSnil* heretofore exist!ng between  Messrs. J. B. CHANCJ2LLIER and N. CUNIO has  beeh'dissolved to-dny by mutual agreement.   Mr. Cunio  remains sole proprietor of the Barkerville Brewery. ���������  ���������  Williams Creek, May 23rd[ 1868. .        . -  6-lm  Intht  County -Court of British Columbia  '    ��������� Holden at Richfield. -  G!R0D:& GUICHCDN,  Old Established ; General /Stokb,  PROVISIONS, AVHOLESALE &   COMMIS-  ; ;  SION MERqilANTS,'     , . \ ,    '���������  ' Storage. &c���������Terms most Moderate.  '���������;���������':   u      ���������   ���������   '-. QUESNKUIOUTK-. '���������    :_       ;S   -.  ROAD SIDE HOUSES, &c  YICTORIA ADVERT1SEM������^  tOND O K ^'.H'OUsy  .    GOVERNMENT STRfiEt, VICTORIA  WHOLESALE  AND'RE^Ail  J. H. TURNER & CO.  .'    ��������� IMPORTERS Op. x }  EngliBh & French SilkK, Shawls, Dre������M tt  .-dcrclothing, GlOvcs, and every' deseripS\r  ���������       '��������� Drapery Goods. :K    ���������cr  Receive regular supplies by Express.via Vzn^  by nailing vessels,via Capo Horn. ^     iJ  &$- Particular attention given to all ordcra  London-Firm���������J. P. Tcxstall'& Co. ;.'-.- ' -���������'  ESTABLISHED 1858,  ������������5i  u  uj bankruptcy; ?  ���������T?;. cy..has been duly.filed en'tho 18th day of May  last by. Waltfr Loxo Fextox, of. Cameron town, Williams Creek, British.Columbia^ late Restaurant and Saloon Keeper, and ho having been adjudicated a Bankrupt, is hereby required to .-surrender himself to Wm.  .;'���������;;';   BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors, .    .  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles froriiQucsnolmoutl}.  ��������� Tho. proprietors having lately flttod up bedrooms  aud good Beds are now prepared to airord every accommodation for Travellers; tho Tabic isturnishod with all  the luxuries that can be procured; the Bar is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Segars; good  Stapling, Hay, Oats and Barley. M~ The CHEAPEST  House on the Road. .  '���������    ���������- 1-s  Colonial Hotel, Soda Creek  THE PUBLIC  ARE I>HrITED TO CALL  AT THIS  House.::There is Good Meals; Good Beds;. Stabling  for Horses; Barley, Oats and Hay... . 1-s  .  WILLIAM ZELNER, dealer in DRcog i  cixes and CnEMiCALg, Fancy and ToPet a��������� ,  Sponges;- Brushes, Perfumery, &c. - Physicia^  senptions carefully.compounded and orders nnc, ^  with ca re a nd. d ispaich. -  Victoria, V. I. ,.  .. ^rM  ��������� t '   :pattricr?s pomm^^  T   R. ROBERTSON, Wine and Stjlrit v.  O . chant, Victoria, V.1.   .     .    .^? ;     ,^f  .' BOOTS! BOOTSI! '   ^*~~^  T SAY SAM! How l^your Bows weV6oiraf  X and keep your feet so,dry ? . Because I-purcbaS  Charity and Butler, Qovernment Street, ViciTrii  TAY & CO., Fort Street, Victoria, V.T^JP;  tl. Garden, and Field Scod3 guaranteed. Have on &  a carefully selected stock of the abovo from the b ,*  European, and American Markets. -,Tho earlyordt-mf  their friends in British'Columbia are solicited " pi!  ticuiar attention is.called-to their large stock oi'-Oral  Clover and Onion, Seeds "of very -superior-oualitr  Fruit Trees and1 Bushes Evergreens. Shrul^- n~*L  jf6\ifee ���������aiHr-GitTu^en.-Ffiints, ktamiarof ond Dwarf Eosu  of every variety.1 ;Catalogues on application-  1-s  Monday;'th������16tli;day bf;:July next, at 11 6'clock ih.the  morhihgprecisely, atJthjj;Court House, Richaeld, and  makea;fuU;/:u1scpyery.and disclosure of his estate and  effects,, when arid.where the;Creditors are!to come prepared toprpyo^thelr.debts,"-and at the fir3tsitting to  chop'se'Assigne.es.an^^VtheJast sitting tho said'Bank-  rupt isJrequired^o.flrtTsh'his' examination;.'.-'���������'-:��������� ��������� ���������  -.���������; iMUpersons;;ind6bted-vto'- the������said Bankrupt or that  have.any.of :his ostatejijnd effects are not to pay or de-  liver the same buVto'Slr. SI: G; Phillips, Esq.,. the Official Assignee appoihtod'by thesaici Court. '��������� -  ���������     ' ".  :;- ������������������:.���������-;���������.������������������;.-: -;.;;;;,.    JOSEPH PARK,'      ��������� >:'  -; - \Hf\ .-���������   ,.-f -ff :.f Richfield,     ���������  .   :.,.     ., -  ..:.c   .. , -, Counsel for Petitioner.  ;Richfleld,,17th.May, I860.'-: ;-���������-"-���������;''"."'. iff,'     4  -  I  S OPEN'TOR THE,ACCOMMODATION- OF THE  Travelling;public;.tho bedrooms ;are spacious- and  airy and tho Beds cannot bo surpassed for cleanliness,  aud comfort by any iii-tholower country; the Table is  always supplied: with-tho.best of-victuals. Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on hand.  RBRODRICK, CoAL.Axh Produce Dealer ' i  ��������� large stock of Hay, Oats, Wheat and Barley of \t  best description always on hand; also, Nanaimo Enc  lish, Blacksmith. and Canncl Coal. Orders sent f,  Union AVharf, %rictoria "  V. I.  attention.  sent.io  will receive Jmmodiat)  U  LILLOOET ADVERTISEMENTS;  f.  T.I  LILLOOET : MILLS.  THE UNDERSIGNED are nowmaunfacturing FtOUR  of all grades: Extra, Superfiuo-and Fine.    Feed  Crushed to order.: ���������>.  .....it    : ��������� ��������� ���������> .-.-'..��������� .-'   . :.'   -.  , T     LILLOOET FLOURrMILL CO.,  :?-s,,i':' , . F.. )V., Foster,, Agent.  141  MILE HOUSE,  DENNIS MURPHY, Proprietor. This House  :is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of Travellers; tho Culinary .department is under  the superintendence of an experienced cook; the Beds  arc.clean and comfortable ; tho Bar contains the best  of Liquors, Segars, &c.   Stabling, Hay, Barley & Oats.  BLOOD WILL TEI^!  BLUE   TENT   RANCH.   V  TJ[TM.,/HENDERSON begs, to inform his friends  ? V and the travelling public generally, that ho ha3  taken the above Ranch and is prepared to supply them  with First Class Accommodation. Good Stabling for  horses; Hay and Grain. ��������� lrs  Scenery throughout British Cc'.  umbia, including views of tho route to Big Bend.ahvsii  on hand at liberal rates. '      f}.{ I  HIBBEN &' CARSWELL, Importing Book-  SELLERS & STATIONERS, constantly -supplied fia J  receiving from best sources, School, Stnndaru, aba Mi-  cellaneous "Books, and Staple and Fancy -St ationcrr i  a 11 its Branches. Corner vates ��������� and; Langley street?  .Victoria, Vancouver Island. '   ;;. ������������������*   . ,,>.'  i.am '  P. WHEAR, Tailor & Outfitter; FortSirea  .Victoria, V.* I./opposite Bee Hive Hotel, where lit  is prepared to supply his numerous patrons with ew?  requisite for Clothing suitable for. every season of \h  year:'  ���������' ' " '     : Xf't     u  EDWIN   TYfMON,  EALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HAT3 AND  Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpetings,  Oil Cloths,  Wall Paper, &c ,: Lillooet, B. C. '"-'.-���������      1-s  Lil-LOOEt    BREWERY,  JACOB MILTZ,.Proprietor, has always on  hand a largo and superior stock of Lager Beer; at  the Bar will.bovfound the-best-Brandies, Wines and  Segars; tho publicTare.invited to call.1 Prepared to fill  all orders.promptly..    ..r^.     ;.,   . i-s  111 MILE HOUSE.  WM. MANSON, D. A. McLEAN, .  Proprietor, Agent.  >|>HIS HOTEL IS LARGE ANI> WELL FITTED UP  X for the comfort of travelers; tho Table is supplied  with the best of everything that can be procurd, and  tho cooking is not inferior to any on the road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats.      1-s  T^HOMAS WILSON & CO., Importer^-or %���������  .Xujlsh Merchandize,, wholesale and retnll dealers \u  Dry' Goons, &c.',* Vates 8treet, Victoria, V. I. OaanJ  after lat June next in Government Street, dpposlw tb������  Bank of Brit ish Columbia. ��������� ���������-. ��������� ���������   . j.s ���������  HOTEL DE FRANCE, Victoria, .V.-I.f-7ou'  ^Bigxe and Pierre SUkciet, Proprietors,   Tho Restaurant is supplied with all tho delicacies tbe market  afTords.   In the Bar will be found the choicest Liq'oo?a  Furnished Rooms, &c. . ������������������   ��������� l-s  SPELMAN and McKENZIE, Proprietors.  This House is well Htted up with Good Beds and  the Bar is furnished with the best Liquors; -Meate are  servod at all hours on- the Restaurant principle; Stabling for Horses, Horse Feed, &c. ,      ;���������. l-s  83 MILE HOUSE.  ALBERT CRYSLER has opened the above House for  tho reception of Travellers; the Table is well kept  and the Liquors cannot.be surpassed; the Beds are  clean and comfortable. Stabling for Horses,. Hay aud  Oats. i-s  !7V^N? THOMAS, Yates street, Victoria.  Xj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WINES, BRANDIft  BEERS, and LIQUORS and depot of Havana Scgari.  Goods forwarded to the Mining Districts. . 1-s  A     FRANKEL; Victoria, V. I., Dealer in Fubs,  J3.. Ski.vs, Hides, Wool, &c.    Liberal advancesnwle  on Furs consigned.   Reference-  borg & Rueffj Victoria; V. I.  -G. Sutro & Co., Spcr.  Is  Pioneer Hotel���������Lillooet,  /CHARLES NELSON," Proprietor. This'old  \j established House is well fitted up for tho comfort  of Travellers; the Table is supplied with the best of  everything that can be had, and the cooking is not inferior to the best hotel in the lower country; Bedrooms  for Families; Stabling for:Horses,'Horse Feed, &c.  The Express stops hero, '. .":���������...'. 1-s,  JAMES HURON, Proprietor. This commodious Hotel is well flttcd up with every convenience  for the comfort of the public; the Beds are all that a  weary traveller could desire; the Table issupplied with  the best of fare; the Bar contains the choicest brands  of Liquors and Segars; good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats,  Barley, &c.  * 1-s  MRS. HEIN, Milliner & Dress Maker,  ment Street, Victoria, V. I. All kinds of  of the latest stylo kept constantly on hand,  from tho country punctually attended to.  Govern-  Millinery  Order*  Is  pET-ER  McQUADE,. Ship  Chandler .and.  X   dealer in Paints, Oils, and Window Glass.   Alvvaj?  Wharf  l-3m  .*. . ������v������it-i iu ruinhSy una, una vvinaow uiass.  on band���������a largo stock of Rope and Canvass.  Street, Victoria, V. I.  PORT DOUGLAS ADVERTISEMENTS.  MACDONALD'S    HOTEL,  M; MACDONALD, Proprietor. Miners and  others destined for tho Bridge River Mines will  find every convenience and accommodation ailbrded  theml   Good ��������� Beds and a, Table well supplied with all  the delicacies of the season. ..'���������'... 1-s '  LORENZO LEARTO, Proprietor. This house  aifords, every accommodation for the comfort of  Travellers; tho Table is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, aiid tho Bar is stocked with tho choicest  of Wines, Brandies & Segar3; good stabling for horses;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly milled Flour for sale cheap. l-s  TAI SOONGr 6c 0 0., Commission Merchants, lm-  X porters and Dealer* in Chinese Goods, Rice, Sugar,  Opium, Nut Oil. Provisions, &c, Cormorant Street, Victoria, V. I. ; ii3m  WO ON & GO., Importers and Dealers in all  kinds of Chinese Goods and Provisions, Rice, Sugar, Teas, &c., Cormdrant Street; west of Government,  Victoria, V. I. . Cms Kay, Manager.  J.  K^ 8UTEFL  om mission  & 'Co.,; .������������������,  Agents  fi BACIG-ALTJPE, MERCHiU(T asd Packer, bc-  XjC* twecn Douglas and.Lillooet. . Always on hand a  good stock of Provisions,-&c.  l-2.in  :DEI3T * COLLECTORS.  Bankrupt Aflliirs v/ouhd up and Balance Sheet* prepared ; Mining Accounts carefully made up;. All kinds  of Forms';and agreements drawn, and every other des-  cription;of business promptly a ttended to.:  .     .  ���������&&* OflJce���������RICHFIELD, near tho Court House    5  ?t  E. C. GILLETTE,  -' CAMEKONTOWX.    ':-'-' T*4-  \ L. SMITH & CO.,. Proprietors. This Houso is  ��������� well fitted up for the accommodation of Travellers to the Bridge River Mines. Good Beds, Stabling  for Horses, Horse Feed, &c. A Stage runs twice a week  between this house and Port Douglas on the arrival of  the steamers from below and connects with tho Lake  Boats for Lillooet. i_3  ,  The Bonaparte House,  QEMLEN. & PARKE, Proprietors, at tho  U Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, is  now open for the accommodation of the public. - Distance from Clinton, 2G miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Lauding, 22 miles; from Spence's Bridge 30 miles.  Travellers will iind prices and accommodations to suit  the tinies. Gi vo them a ca 11. Stabling, Hay & 0ra in:  attentivo hostlers. Stage leaves here twice a week for  Big Bend and vale, and once a week for Cari boo      1-s  If   WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler:  J* and. Engraver, Yates street, above Govr  ernment street, Victoria, V. I.' -.:- -.���������������**���������"  1-s  T: EWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,  JU opposite tho Bank ot British North America.     l-s  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  Travellers win unu uooa Accommodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-3  HICK'S    HOTEL  T? MALLANDAIN  L/������"$;mrJiiii*H  J YTTON SQUARE, New Westminster,B.C.    .___ , -^ 110W occupied by W. E. STEIN.'    The above fav-  TVF ror T FrTrifc ^rrvs^TTT^vJ ^rabl7 b"D0^u h.?uscris.uow ,������PG������ to the public; the Bar  rlV^tvE^v ERALAGENT (is constantly Buppiicd with the choicest bjands of  l>. *-M *: e.\*  ' i ���������* y* &, \ n d ecu v?r Is la h i������ \ Liquors a u d ������������������.* r ti is. ,-  v^/ILSON & MURRAY^ Grocers, Piiovisf^,  T?   Wine & Spirit Merchants. Bakers & Confectioners,  Fort Street, Victoria, V. I. '   .        '*'''*** ���������  QPORBORG- & RUEFF, Commission Mer-  O CHANTS, Wholesale Dealers in [Groceries, Pboti-  sions, Boofs & Shoes, Wharf street, Victorh, V. Vj*  RELLEY & FITERRE, Importers fcWhoS  sale Dealers in Wines, Spirits and Liquors,  Victoria, V. I. .ff*$*  QPROAT <5e CO., (late Anderson & Co.) Importers  O and Commissiox Mkrohants, Storo Street,..Victoria,  V.-I. ; ;���������-   -   V.-       '������������������>.;,:W- ;  fil SUTRO ������te CO., Importers and DbaixesJ*  \1Xm .CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershanm Pipes, &*,.S *"  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria. . s  :  T. B, HAGGLE*, Physician k Surgeois', near^cor-  O .. ner of yates and Government Sts., Vlctoria^y^-  PIERCE & SEYMOUR, dealers in BErpif &  Fcri'itore, Broad Street, Vidtoria, V. I.    ...i-s; ;  nAIRE & GRANCINI,'Hardware & CtocKSET  Vj Merchants, AVharf Street, Victoria, V. L    _^  I  HENDERSON a������d BURNABY,  Wka^strwrT.-vTIe^ria, V. I,  1-s  1]  n.  1 Mth  mm  i  m  m

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