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The Cariboo Sentinel Oct 22, 1866

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Octo&^gjCis^^  ;,; ���������, ....^^TE^EGR^p^O,,,^ ;���������_    I  ���������*��������� -���������'��������� , j  -���������'  ' f������0:������<Qi$������VH, ' ['  (Spechil DispatcU to trio Cariboo Sentinel).     4, <  $ ytyMfrngt^^  ^ued a p? bolaraatlph rec^  4ayof;t^  liis mr0$^nip^Mene3ts.BTOOB \  New ��������� Ybrjfc, 8th.���������Additional particulars' .of  -tuatvilTe loss isitoi so great:"a^^v^M^flfstsiip^  uosed^att&not :OVQr ;$g;y$������ gf^^a#4psured  ' teMli WE ; AU~the /^uableaj wcyg j&go Ved!  in time, and tite?walls;afre;;!ii6tsenbusly: hurfc  Clueajjbr-,9t^  >tbe KiagaVia.pontier taS/^i^f^^Wni  Canada being no/longer thes objective poiiifc  ���������ofFeniaii piaiiVrMf'r*:���������>-{?*���������*,^-^ %���������"'-'-: i  Chicago, lltH^^he*'cabl������^; earned ������46;0ia  oiif'S&idoysi I/Thetaidffirwill bespifbbably re--  %#0$ ti*rtme-half ^^-^resentirates,;at;^a������ very  darly moment. ������������������'' ��������� .; -": *' : y' -' ���������;*1" *'* '"���������*���������" "'  '"' -IBS 'Efl������i������5^JrteJ asserts thatrthe insurrecp;  .tiohftn :Paiemof tJSrevolt iaJSIndiiajJtlie disr  turl&ucef imtt^  in Mexico, are,ihe insults of a vd^t.pi'ot formed in; the li el ief that" a gen^raV^Europeanconf  tf&gfatioEL|$6  Advices^from'Athens say^the Turkish Ambassador haft tHreatened' to tii^alc off relations  with i Greece; ^and ^his ^representations/* were  supported bjrFrench and English Ministers/; /  r'ji/-Ftfrthe'r ins^njcdoSs ^tre- reported in: Smyr-  .-na, in;wnieh^tfie^Turkish ^rpjqpSThad: the ad?  vaatage... ��������� ��������� A "A Asii V-7'* r * 'A i -.   ;��������� /-'  - - Chicago, Hth^The-* cholera has -become  epidemic and isincteasing;J)(Vcases;|36 deaths*  Am0qgH'he' deaths1 are Dr*. /David- Brainard;  President of /the Eush^^Iediclil1 College^ Rev.  Mr. tSttllivanf several?lawyei^-et&\ * s,./*, ���������* *; ���������  yZ Ghictfgo39tli.yRetufos frx>m^in^reirt States  show large major!ty.rfqr.Republican tickets.  ;  San- EranciscbrlUtUt^Ad Mipesv ?fi$z%. Japan1  rt    "��������� ������ "���������   iVi '��������� i -i "������������������������������������'��������������������������� '-,- ���������: ~i'y,l.'... .-.i't-t n'^y���������- t~i ~~"*\r���������1"  ',;) l>S-EM I ,;WE.B K-.Ii Xir,P A^PE:R .ii{.i I.l".  ^  ,ALIiAN'&^^LAMBERTrPBQPitigqoiisl " ,  bl-KICK-^BiRKBRMIIJBB,>i^^.WlIIIAaSiGREEKV^CARIBQO.  tv 4 ' yy i y"t'^'i.(r Ay���������������������������",'A*"'7''-*y.yf"'t ~q *t .., i-m^ -' >  . v,{V. "s.;.jSubscfiptiorL,]$1 jterywiep&i, Ay,ZiZZ  (Jnclu/1 jii|^ii8]^of dpygry.^iy^bbe /^' ^jEt^barrjor.;  'S'T^v;E;s;i;'.'.is':T:d^'E.:S;'i;  to ;Sep 'tl 'itit JiSvS:}8pii^  Monberjg; ;U?S;Hni^WS35l:^^     andj Anson;  fJiurlingame, Ministe^  t3!iokoflaibA;;JmtfriJ^ ^Werable-i^beW-ahy^proporladV to'8 tbe * ex-'  Yeddo/- The Italian Minister had given;a baii-  /quet Ib^&ltencffiKvb^p^  'eriM^eili&^Kicfe  Chiiia;, thejiiii is tqr 9prb ceeds; ;J to ^eMn^for;1;fie  J^rpo^e; gf / making ^a^tre^^^  "' aad.������Ifeaiy.^^ight.vfe ivro  ;Fr^npn^pnellt4lia1ft, /a^^p^^RuttiaSjIwerti;  Jying.iu'-tk0.:barbps^f|^ /./Ayy-Z  :uj Spme weeks since; the^ bap tain ?of ^the^British'  ^ship Beirabnt reported:.haying collided with  another'ship^uukitown/ih^^  and expressed- fears -that the unknb wti. v essbl  iadvbeenjs.unk J>y the KCQllisipn;2"������������������ VIC.npwSapH  pears that the^ other vessel was the baork;Har^  ���������vest Queen; laden;; mth ;lu nib er _; ��������� np one was;  iinjured;.; damage cbniparatively; trifling, i; yiyiy  i ^XJen. ;H* C.^I)runi; left pnihe^te^msWpfrold^  KJiv Age /this mor n i ng," '?in accordance with o r-  ders requiring him to report for duty at Wash-  rme;;Btoac^orfem^ih;'W^  nrearm;,T The-%ar.m, ^������s raihutely exaiiiiaed  and-tested^ana was th'ecsubject'oTunqualified  tnatapeedconl^  itedionly by the ihdiistr^bf -the; firer and thk  ^en^^;h5s; supply |6f^sgd  intojwbich the/?cartridge^is:|utc^ai^^nce"  within whiph it is almost impo^JDle that atiy^  ^c%htal:blbw;pn;expiode^  is^ery sjmple; in;cpnstrubtioni ind; tne ��������� narrer  remarkably easy.t6;clean^^  ends, ;and:;, the, batoi5ge/case^and^so;^M;is:  completely cleared pi^p^^  each dischage. , The' oMcers. present> ��������� waffly  cbngra>ul^ted;Mr.; C^  great ^utilUy. and, ffia^  ^Vte^9^?^fe!/'M?V'Saie":"also referreii "to  hi^ mte^t * mvepipn"^a:'gf e^  M^iSB^^^frft'ftE ffialf^ anJiipurormore  antinipenetAMctpga  . .   '-.'.'/ T'���������-���������. r\ ��������� "yy,. ������������������ -1.....'-..-   .....        . i ���������������������������.-��������� '. '   ,-"}  ingrthepbrt of SeKastopoIpf the^^sels;:whic������  ^fe/sunk;diirin^tiie"Gn  Allithe ���������snl^lwships) 5and������th^ \upper portion  ;pf;;j&ie^  ;<be:iw:bijc now ^nsisfecin^mo^m^/the^lbwer  part of ^bme tenibr^wette/liQers^m^-fiafee;  jbeien^mWed^tf^  JApqstp^ .whose preaching was loud an^spn-  6rbus;ti^/been \ ;rescuedipiecemearV frbm; sthe  SjS^-:^.^v^i!sSia^  cpntractprv5!e,liatnikQw"^^  rVbm; below qmf^e;bqnditw  be; clear���������in^^y^ri ^ t^;^pf ;^iffibhjlm^^|xr:  piredi:;i^      ''"-1,''/ '"'" *v ''?' - y+yy-,^-y-  rTfjjfi&t'l Several j oilrnals;; of f fierlin ^ahnoUn ce;  that M: d|?Bismark;^wbb /wb^:; hbnbred with  the; titleiiof counfett the co^toibK of theS  agaihsSDenma^/fe^a&iu^  tirictibns ;frbra ^^fs^e^ignj)//; HjB.;ywiligit^=  said^ be namecfc {MlSe/de; iki^nburg^^with -. an  BANK^^^^^PS;/^!  ^z^m'^^msn  PAl-BrU-F/0kBITm|T^:' i>m������  ���������  '  yy/y:    "     '^/;#S^  yA%-'y-     (With/ /i^pes^6#    *mm  X'd.a^s-^ !'.:iBa II o y-&-'',Gol;  ''"   ' ';-5 l .., B jVRKE I^VILX/JG; '  A 'i/rte >i f  '' i \.;..::������-.;'(!.������*'.-.','.���������.'-���������.'.:r-;;f -��������� :ii������������������ -'���������'.*;' ;j-5i- v ��������� viij'jfi^rj\x-{ v���������������������������'V/"''"i*���������"*'��������� ."'* -'������������������!.'���������  , ���������',-,.   H-ite justreceived^ a choice Kelecfcion o^ ///',;  Slieet C6pi^^Z^^Ti#^ ifeiiy  Muwitb v|ridus otbeivarfeiolesin^eir line.������ofltra(|^j  ���������i r'3K^f^Slf. Job b1ngvS^he;Tin^ !S beotiSfbii/"- Coppcr/sSid  2inc-tradtattendedito-mnd'Wiirranted'to givesati^facj-  .tiqn.^:^,.;,^^,y /'ny/uy-Ay *���������.-"; i-;*'/��������� '^ff.t'% 1  WlMAW^B^^  MIDL7"located"at '\;ne'"m0^tlLtbf/'Min^ Gulc'fy jtiboye  Richfield;fca^ibIevof'maiiu^  of inmbeKperJliour/any. lofigthvOi^ wi at*b-:J required d ri.  thiy.marKot,' and. of .a superior - qualitt.; '; All order?  left at iIr^Wv. A/MeaSx^m!s\ ^B'lr^envill^ /or/^p/Milh  'will;V0 promptly attended5to,'anddeliveredvFRS^'OS7  CHARGE M any-Joint 6n; the '��������� wagon road,; and at^RK-  DUGED/RAT^; .The uridersigaod trastrto>ni^t'a;it)r  eraj. ahare,bf-jt b c /public ^pairofiago" :.anay tjiat: their M$  friends will kindly-ffive ihem a call.'   "/    '      ' -'";'  y Williams ( ra������J* y AUg. 2Tth 1866. >y ' >������^ 'f'     ������a  lugton.  A The latest- gold ^quotations; received^ from  New York are/l4i)i pn^Monday: Legal Tenders are quiet at 70| buying, and 71J selling  ' Hope, 16th;���������MK G-.v. "Bourbonf who. left  &pck qreek on the: 3rd inst;, arrived .here with  ���������his- train > last ev;eiiing^tj; "He^Drings news of  auother imisfoitune.ib / the 'firm of Smith &  ii'affbrd, >Vho, as wiit be ^meinber^d;,;;were;  burned'but a little bver two "months Snceir'.lfc  appears thatMr,:BniitnJw;as^n^  >vith a load of goods; and. JJr.,^abXprd,. h|s  Parin^g l^fHhie) ^tofe 54^4 Syepy^hprt j|me,  wbenV he. returned bis trunk  ted been fo reed'^Vii^an^'atrbat 3tl ounces of  Auat stolen. -Mr, J^radfbr^ ;suspeqting; apjib  flaniau wiio; had siartedon^'way :ia: here/of  the thieft, foiiowed^and overtook-him about  eight miles di]3itot,;b^^nothing^a^^un^on  Win...���������>,Large number^ are., cp.Diing in from  Kootenay; Brown&- Ho ward^'who took out a  train with goods, are on their way back with  U passengers; at $20 "eaich/a,ud .are expected  flere about the;2Ist inst About 18 or 20,Ohi-  aamen are mining at the mouth of the Siinil-  kameen and,are making good .Avages with  rockers.' :   I   f. A ' A 11 {' ti - -22 Ay  j?^* Her Majesty's j6_-gun paddle sloop Devastation. , 1,058 tons,,and7400Thovse. power,  yapt. WmV K. JollM; 6:6M^^i^^'P^ii  i?pmpleted: her; seatime'' Of; cpmuiissioii, has  heen/paid off; and\the coiitihubus service men  <m the ^Eisgard^"bb:Olis ;>graiited^the usual  leave to visit their friends. ' Nicholas Skelfcon,  ^blacksmith belonging to tbeship7s company,  faring three badges, was^granted a retiring  pension bf=������5lSi9s., andlv&s awarded a medal  ahd gratuity of ������15 fprUoug service.  i^^If. you want good Cotfee use Fell's.  tent pf territory which the prime minister is  atttiirmoment annexmg^o'KusMav*^ A<r4. ':*  ^? TheY builclingjin the Ghamp^ d|-Mars|  for tlie/Extiib'iflprf of 1867, whichRovers about}  48 acres^is/mbre.ithan; half^terminated%^ and  the lying butjoLihe fgardens, ������ around, which  wil 1 com prise an ^extent of 75^ acres, is already  commenced.'"*���������* ��������� '*   -A       :AA- \. -V ;  fe>^*" .Par ties- desirous > pf ^obtainih1g4 files1 of  Ihb SiiNTiNEi; arc. informed/ that /there;: aw ��������� .a;  feW^ b^4^*A^^ can be proburedpn ap-:  ;plicatibn:at-^;.pn1ce^;/    '..   ./  V .'��������� - f. *. ������������������;  1; Thr UsiVersaE Praotic^; of ;nlixiug;Chicory and  otheraQuiteratives with/Coffee,;baslvery.niuch damage  ed i n public -.os ti mat] on,::,:. wltaj; ougb t/16 ��������� bC/tlio.. most  delioious of. Bovuracqs.,v,:So oifu'Ctiuilly Havo the public  boon -'iliruigSl wi'th such mixtures that the true properties: have been lost sighV������t; aii.l-niiiny;. prefer.a ,blacic;  andthick iiiilisionitoatlrinlc rj ch; in spirit and aromas j  G-neratasis the-iiso of Calfce,; it is little;knowii that  in condensing the vapors extracte^r from ,^hc berry-m;  roastinE^a^liqiio^is '������������������ obtained.My tbo mosUnauseous,  uS Sof ascentthe���������?^^ar^^ ,S^?S^  circumstances, it is, evidently, important"Jhai aU.Mic  gases and flulds^twoted-b3^?c������^--ffhould^e^.  fied off as ouickly. as possible, m order to prevent their  rlur^n^aVn^th^Co^er^hicbJiS;fcl1^?^^  coSd^ylinder/v  Tbis.objcct as' admirably accom;  Sdfby& BMd patcnt^onical W***g[  as usedj byaFELL & CO/; Victoria,.in:wlncbthe,berry  e^tedcaiSiod  th^Tadvantage to.be derived by thu.rapid ,renwvalof  be sS containing tbe.ohjectionablo propertigj.:tt������  ndre aroma of the Colfoe is retained, tbe eswsjHJ;^  bem/SSorved-and-not eshausted���������* in the^Cylindw  ���������,    JJ3fES-,ANDERS01S',-'ViCB-Pftiv3li?Sfc":s=   A.  , i isom maclare^, ,,,;'  x>\    '^], /���������,. _ v  'DB?-W.'"B. WILKINSON,' J- Dihectors,''  '���������  y jmsi&DAmy - ^     I1  ���������^^���������'  rfHIS'' INSTrTUTION" at" present con tai ns' aliput' S 00  1 ��������� vollitnes'of Choice Literature,consisting of Religious,  SclontiflcirHistorical^aiid- Poetical works^ |ind ^rorks of  Fictipn;>vv ������fT,-i ;-|ij-^, -.,,-  i/v^r, ;.;,, r;yy y y^yy'.  .... W6rc,ostor?s Large Pictorial Dictionary, Ure's Diction-  fe8f!tlie;Arts';jfeh'uljictures;iM-Miriesy LippencqU^  Pronouncmg GlizetteWof��������� the,World, und;Homan*s?Cy-i  clopediit of {Commerce will always be kept in ,t|ief room  for,reference.,,',,  ,  ,. , ��������� ��������� ' r.A; ���������.. ; ��������� u.-'jrA ,  ���������The Reading ROOm will be found supplied' with the  latest'l&glishyScpttiSn,/CimadiiinVAmerican, andColo-  nialSPapersiancUMagizinesj. ;/>.iin : s a^-^ AA' <  ^^BMs;ov=SoB90RirTios~-$5]per;quarter-;rpr; $2sper.  mon th .*���������>; Singl ti. volu mes Loaned; to np;n-su bscribers.vat  50������cts, per voluinej witli $1 (teposit. \, \ ���������:, ��������� '.A", i l  ������������������"'Pereons'itiot��������� subscribersi'-visiting;the-Reading Room  ^ind making;.use;of:tbe Bookstand PaperswiUsbecharg-  ed 25'cts; for ouoli;visit. ��������� ;,/^., 1<:. v, f >; T W^ ;.;; ���������  /ifeThevRoom will be open;from 10 a.m.,till iQ.p.m.i  .-���������*��������������������� ���������' > -. - .��������� ^ ' JOHN BOWRON- /'i  r������ i7^>'s -yy- 'A*���������������������������������������������������!-^��������� Secretrary arid Librarian^;;  BARKERVILLE_ :BBp.WER'Y-^.j  w/   : BR(J1?RIET:X)/B.     >.     v/  DRAFTS' t ISSUJBD '.oIItHE^  I'ft;: fi -;^t- /M'f-y ������������������������������������: ^'mg^A4i{yi ^-^P|  : y/y.:,y. -y,^yyyy'^^T(mM^ ^  li;r^?rs'PB^?^^  nj^wi^tminsSr|S  r-Ay,  :^yy& .:bg^6oy;yyy/y:;:y~-y* Z  ljON THE .BANK-'OJ^pNTR^A^IN^CA^     V  '&n&ekirt6r6ni87 5ti ������i -  lAAy sto'n ��������� i iCobour^j ^MwilkiVtBrau tipflia xBrUW^T-y  '   ville,-Whitby, P^-Orboro: Ottawji- Guelnh.  <��������� >-'G6derfch* ������im^(^Pic^WM^^$  jL^^siiSttj  !KferjRREOT^eou^"   les^.-tb.cVniOnii^unV^1^  / Bills Discounted i^MI^cfcetr. a.nSJBUlsbf:fi.sc}j|in^fl.''  'oh^O'reat'-'Brltain^Baj^Knclsfeb^Mn  ire  jObai^jli   i   Govern m on I \ and M  jCtus'tbdy ;-lliti5rbsts:aijj  fSScuriUt's ,ru*c3ivod- for, sale, ;  W0^Z&ym^00^M^  l^lg^^ ^  //EtTceived o&i^liostggA^v^noes ra>'d& upon'thorn:  :.-������m.:.  .GrOijv.DtTsr'Melted.'^^&aye'fi,. &mh returns' made'  ie ''pros ol; tff(;ryJicscrJp>^caref^iJy''Afesajrea;  y   j   <  <      Vp?H    'f('0t  T'  "r'^'tt "    ?fepi|!3i| ^^ il-  ���������/;/-.ji^/-i/ j/1:;^)* a/EsTABLiiiiiE9 iN&830������f 3 >>'^ ./:-������i1.-^.-/;f";;  ^'HBA^pFFJCE; 7? ST; HELENS, JLAtE'LQxXbcli:  K>i)RAFTS iISSUED;*0n Lbiidon,r>Ne:w^ork|'San? Fra.hr,  cisco,; Gariboo^ Canada^* Now, Bru nswlck,*������^oya?Scoti������t���������  aiid.pn all?tho/Brnnchcs;ofi^{vWa^onttJ/Baiikiof Scti^  land ana Proyihcial^Bank of Ireljuid.,^ .     . v vr ZiZJi  .,' Bills"of^Excliange ��������� aiid"Qold^P.iirch.as^; :  / Interest'on'SpecialD&ppBits. oi ^^^aflo^edal tlj������  '&te''bf & quarter of��������� oncr^i^'^n'tViir^itnoutlC*-.'-.'���������';"   /'[  :-";": A^A^yOFflQE'y'Z:  ', * Gold D'hst iSlelted^ ajvd ���������j^kf^^^i^ii^ti^'ZikfCifi;  vtitMii-24'hoiirs in Coin'or^Barsi'^^1'^^f - C;*--'Jf;-?f<���������������  ���������';- Ores of every desqriptionxarefull^^sayediH^jif''  J/;>/,B, ���������sA'n'KInslrUctiofls;������s;tp(:the disppsaliOj tlie pro-,  ceeds of Go/lit DUstiibfw^r^d/to^tlic^oifl  fOrAssay Will bd;car.eMiyvattende(l ;tr*i 'yy ������ ^v ,J ���������' *  ii'A wii :yyyi~-'" l- ���������   \^!(������ SHEPHERD,*Manrtgeh'  "if Victoria, yi|I^;Aprma86fi>jj/^^ /ffiK  a_..^1w,  4-  -i ni m'08 I He/ bid wliich cau.be hari fn>ni W ?J  tr������m J ^efe������ Wocanc^^n^^omn^  ^Se^u^  iaits favor,   ��������� ^^^ts, Yates St., yictona..;  ' :��������� ^ p A t R i e k-������������������ k i r w i Hy^m^z'  ������������������x:.,.iA.:Aariil Ciffais are of the .'finest quality, yyy������/;  ;E;^-^iL.LfeT;TE^T^;;;i;;.^  7/  BARKERVILLE���������Adjoining the Expresspttitio- '  WILLIAM   WINNARD,  ILICKSM1TH,  BARKERVILLE.  RICHFIELD  ^BStSAF.ooS, Has opened Uie_  jj^-ThoJ  always be ifoptai;thise  Richfield,1 August-, 1806.  esttthiiihtnent.  JOHN HEPIN.  auctioneer; mining���������>������������������&��������� COMMISSION  yy '"AGENT, A;ND ACCOUNTANT';  ��������� 2; i 2', b ar k'ek,^ i l'l E -'  SOLOrVlON; BROS.,  17  an  1*1 "'Boys  nfE^SHINS -GOOIJS, which th,y will sell as.low as  n^oS in UiWi   Tner rds^ctlully solicit a cal  r������m  ?: Svs ������������������������Wh������n ������licy come ttown. ���������������������������r#.    - ;..  m5-������ -  h; si../; -. *.^  BAJiKERVILLE, B.r C^ ���������'/' './'//'/;/ J-  ������������������*,.?*"; *.{>''-; ,f''iU!'..'.:' ���������" ^^> :l^ -.-i.'���������'���������;��������� H .il>  iii'.bX'-^ .-���������-> ���������;..->Jvi '��������� i  Office HoURsi; ! 10-aPm-;,- to j,3^p. rasjW ������'"  SkT.uiti)iYsr -:    10 aim.,! ;td 'h4'-pyuipir   ���������  !^'J99r*- No' businbss ^nsaeWon Snndays; y ^ '/    ;-  ���������iiiv; rf'/i. -j J ��������� -^ >*;.:>���������'-.' ^ -��������� i-v;-   ^j^ROBEl^^bRREi,!^^  ;'f;.   u'j"  ��������� *a ,'\   I     ���������:?������"'>" ' ff ��������� Maaagen.'  \  So4f^|i^  STA6ErllO;i'lIi  j baa brought down fares to ;S.iO,'iuid-thlj^jubiicoutfhl  see that is their owndnterest =tp; support; aud (main '-.  He  to..  tain a cheap aiid efficient Opposition,,.  ���������5i Tbe; OPPOSITION til'AGK: will leave Soda Creek f������)r  Yale overy Thursday morning- or after'lthe arrival of  the pteamer-'rEnterp"so? until lurthcr notice.y '..?.: m-J  ',-j������^.-Fare4.$40..- ������������������ ���������-.-... '���������-..:���������.���������,������������������������������������ -��������� -. - ���������'   |K^  ; ^dsr-        ?*    '  '��������� ��������� .       . / JACOB'DAVIS:  ���������SodaCreek, 5Ui Sept..1866'.  'St'-'  y.;r     .������������������- BARNARD'S: 22AA 'Z'Z  CAE1B00 ;^  Connecting at'-. Liliooet' dncl Yale with; tyjklZ k  '-' '���������'���������' - NELSON' S for N"ew Westni i ns tor k Vi c toria, ���������:!-"-  -  terpnse'  Creek,  and  missions  colU'.ction of ��������� Kotos,- B i 1 ls-an jI ��������� * the p u roi'irf se o r a r ti cl������������  to be obtained at NT-sw Wostmint-tej.:-/-y!.pU/ria,/&\i;nFri:iJ>  ciaco or i*n route/ and return*- ������r:������;v. >vitb ������ v pa;cii,/  .,  ".JOHN  B/.LOVEtJv ' ,  .  ��������������������������� i-s   ;'"        ."     -     : c"-\     Ageii:;^i.rK^rviiier '  I  i - p<  yyyy:  m  Asente! for- .the J. ^Cariboo Sentinel."  ; 'y tfe^^U!!9 ^rt^i  ���������������i$~.i Qaeanctmbuth,  T^ildllooet,    - ��������� -.  ':-'B^ek Westminster,  :>'."���������   ;    A. McWba  Z Mr/ Gou/iioi Barnard's Express Office  Mr. Evans,      do.   . /.        do  F. W. Foster,,     do -^../       doi    ...  .    .-;.     Clarkson&Co  7    ( E. Mallandaiue  *...*;.| ��������� I,y no.  >PJ  m  .;: ..TO ADVERTISERS..: ::  . ^SP.^a'rtbbo'" Sent'infdv'/'is puiihsbe.d'. every Monday  '    aod Thursday.'.^AtlverUs'emcmls.fatonded for insertion  ; mustibe/deliycred at i^stat 6 o'clock, p. ra., the day  l/el ore/jpublica tion % /.,-\ r-v:.'-,.-..  .   . - ���������;.   ���������'   ���������,.���������,';  ���������>--v>&i^Ail$ji^  :$l������te������>C) -^M1 bejconlinucd uritU-ordcred out and charged  Miibf^CQor^'indy.///.���������/- .'/:;'"��������� :���������-.���������;��������� /,���������, .-.'.. ./���������-.--���������  m&m^  ^^^^gSE^ - JNO TI CE.  ^^M^innorcaiiarmhors  -"tt'a'ttresseg&t/in'e* publication;; office.  postage, 50-cents per copy. "  Price, *iNcumi>.'a  fHECAMBOf SENTINEL  ���������       MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1866.  ''Song of the Drift" be composed to draw the  sympathy, of the world to the poor mirier?  Hood's song is equally applicable ttf the latter ay to the former, where he says,;; ���������"  "Work! workl work! on the weary winter's night,  W'orjci work! work! when the. weather is warm and  ;_:.' bright;";.. ��������������������������� '��������� / .- yl;:}/'���������;��������� 'AA    .,���������/ } _  but knowing this, our taskmasters at New  Westminster have no encouragement to give  us j and wef look for the time; when the }'.* British Columbian" will Urge the Government to  insist' on bUr'-makihg^tbe usual -quantity of  '.'bricks," and ai the same 4timo deprive us of  our modicum of straw. ..'''',  As* was natural ly -to be -. expected,'r th is modern Socrates is dreadfully shocked at the  boldness, of a miner .(Mr. MacLaren) in daring  to find fault with the quality of "straw" or rather ;< chaff" furnished us by officialdom to represent a government; and doubtless Mr. MacLaren xhas torn iaside the flimsy covering that  partially hid the deformity of our representative institutions from the public eye... This  untoward-exposure of the ^British Columbian3  waxwork  collection puts   the   editor in a  towering passion, and he tells Mr. .MacLaren  that he js t|incop.sistentJ^illjudging." a spouter- of ���������**bunkumi"> -Apolitical clap-trap'," &c.,  that he (MacLaren); is; a '.'huge mistake," that  in point of fact he is mad!. The very serious  question presents itself, are we. miners, nay.  all the world, not mad? and is not;-the editor  of the 'British Columbian' the only sane man  in existeuce ? ��������� Of course many inconsiderate  persons -would immediately reverse . the pro-  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  AUG TIO  EDWARDS^  EAMffi  .ydn^.,A;,yyyyiiy^y^yr.y- . ..yy yiyy -,... /  A". .'We ha^e g^ to  lour friends arid;subspril|er3 that wehayebeen  induced to i cbritinue/tiitf- pnblication of this  paper, from and after'th'^l'st November; next,  twice, a.mo nth through'Ottfctbe winter, and as  it 'Will .be;an experi  so-Vigorous a regibn:-as;^his, ��������� we are hopeful  th'at'oureffQi;ts;t6aniu&ej&a instruct our readers /during)the iipng^a^Xdreary winter .will  meetl/withftheir'.���������hearty/support./. ;/;       /''^  THE "BRITISH CQLUSIBIAN?>.ON CARI-  ���������...,,..,, ^/^ BOtf fcOM^ICS.4  ;? '.:      y  my  NOTICE TO. OUi^SUBSCRIBERS.  As. the. Jasfc number oj^lhesemiTweekly Sentinel, for this seasonjlwill appear on the 29th  inst,^we wouldtake it-ffi a favor if persons  indebted tocthis office fwdubscriptions or adj-  veTtfreiaen^^^^  our madness; prefer submitting the questions  to the public^ Until we had read | this startling idea, so ably set forth by the "Thunderer,"  (bur printer's devil suggested ^squeaking baby7 '���������we need hardly say we; discharged; hi in  at once) we were always under the impression  that Cariboo was British Columbia, inasmuch  as the great bulk of the revenue is derived  from this district arid the population of Cariboo is fully one-tliird! of the entire inhabitants  ot this Colony; that under any circumstances  this was a f ree cpuntry. i and th at we had:* a  right to express" our opinions; "*without--.fear  and without reproach," but it seems jtbis is art  entire delusion,/we find that the. possession of  two stone buildings and a wooden;belfrey  confers on the newspaper of the capital the  right to bully ail the rest, of the Governor's  liege subjects 1       '"���������'���������-.-   ; '-yys.,  There, ib" onlyone', other polhi^of view  from' whicfi to > regard this, unneeessary attack upon its .Caribooites in. generatand Mr.  MacLaren. iri particular; the "editor-: of/the  *.' British Colli rabian."- ad opts; the;/very questionable practice '.of v expressing opinions different from those of all the rest of the world  in order to draw upon himself the notice of  bis feliow' citizeris] it is quite immaterial. to  him whether he'.; is looked upon ] with anger,  ridicule or contempt, people may "laugh con-  suraedly" if they like, so long as they laugh  at him. Of course! those who are aware of  the above-mentioned idiosyncrasies treat his  poor little print with tbe same compassion as  they would the ill-tempered chatter of a deformed child, but people who are hot accustomed te such pompou3 bluster are. apt .to  imagine that somebody else besides the editor  might/think as he does, and naturally feel indignant at what tbey look upon as most unreasonable. We beg to assure such people  thatthere is nothing to fear from what appears iri 'the leading articles of tbe' "British  Columbian j" they are entirely the editor's own  and for this ho deserves credit.  I will siHl <tt PUBLIC  AUCTION; * tbo aiidye-named  splendid Ranch; consisting of a; V'-."  TEN     ROOMED1   HOUSE,  elegantly furulshed and fitted lip* with every, modern  ������������������- .. .-.���������-;.'.,.. ' /.apphauccf :"������������������."���������;' :yy, --:   ��������� .,..  THE BAR���������Witiifixtures. Mirrors, kc.; Z\ )A  THE BEDROOILS���������Witb.Puiu'Mattras?cs,;Sheet8,' Pil-  ;'���������':. Jow.sj CarpeU^&c.; /���������...".    //:  TE(E KITCHEN-rSplendld 'Tlirce-Ovoo Range, ���������battcrir  /  do cuislno;'' " '.   V   :'"  .*;.'   ".  DININGROOM���������A compietc set of Crockery and Elec  tro-Plate, Crystal-wuro, kc I; Al ��������� '       '-��������� /      *���������  20-STALL STABLE���������Barley and Hoy Loft* j..''"'.:  '\  320 acres of Land Prc-omptlou;. ' A.���������:> ���������;;'���������'.'/" V"';  Si ac ros .of' Ti mo thy. fencecl; ''   ? .������..,.. f  1 acre of 'Turnips and Ca rrots;   ' ���������/ /,.': i" ���������    V"  Agricultural' Implements, Tools, S.6eds, Ac.i ':��������� ���������' :A' ',  .  For particulars see posters, or apply .to Ti, X.  Auctioneer. '     "' '    ���������''.'/���������'      ��������� ���������      ���������������    -.;.'*������������������  j&T ShIo totake plnco at BARRY^ SALMON, ,oa the  arrival of Barnard^ Expre&s.'' .    ��������� ;       ������������������ '"'<���������/ ���������' ���������' :  ��������� (F.v.;LiEE,;. i  -������������������������������������ :-"-r-''-rr ~:���������r- ��������� ^U���������uJ-i ; i.u^yeM ������Beer.���������:'-  Richfield, Oct. 19th, iS06.   * ���������".   .  /. '       ; 4B:2in.;''  NEW AT^ViRTlSEMmTS,  WI ERG HA NTS,  WHOLESALE ANDRETilL DEALER3 IN  KIJJD3.0P  ALL  ���������titE,  A -    We have been/fa.vored^y;;ihe ��������� editor of the  fy above:nariied pub'lfcatip^ }fag article ���������  'Zy -iri which he .teils; iis%^^e/^ set of- discontent-:  /y<id:fejlowsj\tlia't<&ver^mt has done a great  }��������� v^4o^l;tao much^  portions of the conritryi;inS particularly New;  -': Westminster;, he ;say8 that ihe Go vernmeafchas  ';���������". laid out all the revenue agon us during; the  last three: oi;-fptu^^^barslr:Jb.eeSd:eB 7iSoidejr-"Wpr--  /rowed.in,England, which:absorbs a great por-  . tion/of the revenue in'jxayment of interest;  the works accomplished especially 'for iis are  ��������� held up as wonders of engirieering skill, the  .admiration of the .wbrld ayarge7.and the pride  or ;New/Westniinsterians; who; iri order to  encourage us to work hard-and make plenty.  of re venue, have; extendedHheir. favors to us,  which*we dbJnot seem to/appreciate.' Take  . care, ye'pampered searchers .after goldmine  "British Columbian" may induce the Govern or  to'give back the bridge to;Mr; Spence, and the'  road to'Mr.'Wright, take off Barhlard's Stages,  aud spend all the; reyeuue in hauling' up the  stumps at New Westminster, then where would  ye be? It is true that their oracle of wisdom  (who by the way has always been alone iri; hfs  opinions) forgets that as the greater portion  of the revenue' comes fromi Cariboo, tne con-  eoquence of such measures on thepart of Gov-  ernmeut might- be highly inconvenient to the  lot-holdem of that famous, capital, (of which  the "British Columbian" is the chosen champion, as.being the medium of all opinions of  any consequence in these Colouies), known in  certain parts as "Stumpopolis," because we  might make roads for ourselves to some point  a-:    NOTlCEv    -v   :/:'  JW. DAVIS, of the Ornvof DAVIS &.HERTLEIN',  V Brewers, Barkerville, bcgs:;to announce to.Ida  friends and patrons that nc.has this day disposed of his  interest in the above-earned firm to Mr FRIEDRICH  STEITZ^ and that'the business Will'henceforth :be['carried on In tho name of HEttTLEIN������������������&:STElTZ./:i ���������- -:���������  .. J.W..D. in returning thanks forjpHSt favors,-, trusts  that tho.patronage bestowed ou the lu,te.nrm will.be  extended to his successor.   '        ".-/'   ..-  All accounts due dy: the late firm must'bd presented  for payment'before. Monday Eyenlnfr;' tho{22DdJnst. j  andall moneys owing to said Arm will-bo. collected b>*  Mr.'Friedrich Herilein. whois'uuthorizod to receive the  same. ������������������������������������' ':-:"  .  Barkerville,-16lh October, 1806.   <,....    >   ,       49  yZc^o;MS������ffwyy  /..-.��������� BOOTS.;';;*/ SHOES,-  '-..;  M3^������%OpL^;ic./  Begto^call the attention of Miners and others  - ���������   lo thMrfol! Assortment of SUPERIOR GOODS  '���������-..:���������. ���������}>-,    which will be.sold ���������    ; ,.        .  ;AT;J.Cp^.T" PRICES-!  to mako room for a NEW STOCK to arrlvo so soon n  . the Roads are onen./;  JE������** Liberal allowance will be made to  Restaurant.and Hotel.Keepers and the Trade waeralir  '.us largo orders.  /,'    '     -    [  '   ";  WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP ���������"���������'��������������� .  BOOTS & SHOES^&C  ���������>  IMPORTiGD DIRECTLY FROM SAN-FRANCISCO.  He is desirous of supplying, the Traded and  V..; , ,;caa do so at /LOWEST PRICES.  4; Williams Creek, July 16th, 1866. .- 22.������  OTIG*  ���������A  joL iboo East will be Said over for the season from the  31st OCTOBER, 1866,, until ihe 20th;MAY��������� 1867. -..  /.. ;   ' / '  .Wil. (5E0..C0X,   /.    : ..  -' - '-'    Gold Coinmlssloner.  Dated RichfielJ,' 13th Oct. I860.-. ;s:i.v_ ���������'-   ..; 47-5in*  WAKE-UP-JAKE  BAKERY .&.RESTi  i>  1        BUIE  BROS;;  V     WHOLESALE &: RETAIL DEALERS  iiaUGRS/Z/GUGC^RIES,  ���������ty  X3ENERAL JVIERbHAND  :'Ar--2 ':.. BARKKRiYILI/B;:' 22 2  iS^Xfull4assortmeht of Ckocerxss.and H;.B. Co.'i  LiQjroiw* aJ\vAy������ on.h'and. i-yL'/y i/:, '1/.-'//^.^  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS DAY.PURCHAS-  cd all the right and title of Mr.'Andrew Keutju  the above establishment, would respectfully' solicit'a  continuance of the patronage heretofore accorded to  this well known Restaurant. Tlie undersigned will  pay and receive all moneys due to or owing, by the late^  firm of Kklly & Patbrson. ".."..'-.'  "���������  45T Meals at all hours.  PATERSON k GOODSON;, /  ..."..'.'".   1 roorietors.  Barken'ille, 13th October, 18C6. .47  v:i:..;V:,-r;F,O.R..r,S,A.L.E:-;::'-i-L:--:,..  y������ FULL INTEREST'IN THE ."CORNISH COX'1  ���������Williams Creek........ Apply.to. ��������� <' . a   -;  f.i..46 ;*;.'. ..</;./   ...'.;.,'. .:,,;.;j: s.;Thompson.;���������  JAMES /Pv'iAYI^fe  .DRUGGIST.'  AS JUST ^RECEIVED direct from Sari JVancisco Dr.  v Le Ricbau's.celebrated.. Golden Balsam, for lite  feomplote cure of Secondary Syphilis^ Also,.a-quantity  of Dr.- Murphy's Mixtures, so well known. as a spwWc  cure'for tlie, same. " . ,' . " ������������������'  Received also, a stock of the FINEST CIGARS, for  retail t^ade only. . *.V; ��������� ���������   ���������  . - R. S.-rAs he has obtained (tbe Newspaper Agency he  will be happy to receive subsbribers names, to wliomb*  will deliver the papers immediately; on arrival. By  r������uding Rill at store tbe reduced rates for papers will  be seen. Orders from .outlying creeks will receive  i'very attention. \,        , ...  ou the coast, and carry our hard earnings with  us to Victoria. How imeresting: it. wouId b e  to the enquiring traveller, of 1869, to have  hi3 Siwasb guido point out the assemblage of  btumps, where the capital should have been",  aiid the spot where the.������ British Columbian,;  printing office stood.   : ;  We don't think that New Westminster will  ever be ^reduced to the present state of that  iavored city, whilom known as Ogden,. but  recently elevated to a higher position, and  called Seymour, because Moody.& Go. have a;  aaw mill there, and it may be used as a tishing  station, then Colonel Moody may induce some  benighted colonists to locate: on the swamps  that belohgto him on the lower Fraser.  But supposing that the "British Columbian?  isonlyrecalling/ustQa proper sense/of the  respect due; to,our pastors aiid masters, we  must take, another view of the affair j and in  that case we would humbly suggest, that as  pastors we have a right to "��������� expect at their  hands the best possible treatment, in order  that the period for "fleecing" may. be as pronV  able as possible; as masters, we at least should  expect irom them every laciiity to make our  work turn out to the. greatest advantage. The  ^! ?. i^.Sh!^,;. .has frequently attected a  i  CANADA.  The Montreal 'Gazette7 states that with the  close of Parliament has closed Mr. Guerih La-  joiers term of continemeut���������the House's power  to imprison for contempt or breach of privilege ceasing with its session. The state in  question seems, from an article in his paper  (4Le Canada?),to have fared very sumptuously  during his imprisonment. He returns thanks  to the speaker Tor his liberality, and speaks in  high terms of the kindness and courtesy of  the Sergeant-at-Arms, who placed a bedroom  (overlooking the Chaudiere), a handsome study, and abeautiful.dra win groom at his disposal, i It is to be fearedL, that if this becomes  generally known other assaults will tajce place  early next session.  New York, Sept. 4th.���������A special despatch  from Ottawa says great indignation is manifested by the Canadians at the recent escape  of Head Centre Murray and his comrades. It  is asked^what use -there is in keeping the other  Fenians in prison' any longer- aow4hat the  leaders ha?e escaped. Arms and inunitions of  war are being .smuggled into the province by  the Fenians, Considerable discontent still  prevails among the militia, and it is said that,  except those under orders, no more troops  will be dispatched from England^  10?' A man died of joy the other day In  Paris, on hearing that he had been made heir  to a legacy of $4,000.  1p^ Gov, Seymour is expected to arrive in  Barnard's Cariboo Express  ���������AND���������  /stage line~:  45 s  AFTER THIS PATE, the Stapes will leav* the Office  at BARKERVILLE for YALE TWICE EACH  WEEK, on TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS,  at 6 o'clock, to connect with the steamer at Que/mc! on  Wednesday and Saturday morning?. The charge en  Letters to ������*ml from Victoria and intermediate places-is  now 50 cents",     i  Stage Fare to Quesnelmouth,       .       .       $20.  *'      "   through to Yule,     ./   -   '..'." $80,  .{exclusive of steamboat fare ) /  JOHN B. LOVELL,  Agent Barn.irdss Express.  October 12th, 1866. " '.;.:.���������'     .'47  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA,  ������������������-. London 3rd August, 1866.  From: and after 26th September/ iseo, mr.  DAVID MARSHALL LANG will cease to he Mana-  gerof this Bank in these Colonies/and MR: WILLIAM  CURTIS WARD.is authorized to perform tho duties of  Principal Officer of the Bank in tlio Colonies, signing  all documents.as Acting Manager.  By order of the Court of Directors;  "'������������������  JAS. D; WAfcKER,  45-lm:/ Inspector/  A RARC CUANCK KOR A���������-WINTER EbSIDENCK OH  .,.���������     . WlLIJAMS CKEEKi  .l^OR SALE, AN'EXCEiIeNt'lOG CABIN' ������������  r Barkcr?ilU',knownaathe.l<SourKrautHouse, iw  basement is formed into an Excellent Cellar for wa  'storage^of- Vegetables ;during winter, it has also ivdou-  blk roof and has; been built with, a special view w  .warmth and durability.. ,        .��������� .���������   :     '   .r  (. May be had cheap for Cash, apply at. the.oflM oi  'this paper. . . V ' .   *  ELDORADO SALOON  ;     BARKERVILLE.  HAVING PUROTASEDTHE IIs^ERESpFCUAMS  KOSS in the above-named Saloon, <'>cru^e'X^  .would respectfully solicit .^ continuence of. he pi ^  age bestowed on the Ute firm, which by a strict;alien  thai to business they will endeavor to mer t, . . ,;  i The TERWSCHOREAN ART is nigntly WWJg  this.Saloon, and the Bar is stocked with tbe-Cbolcoai  LIQUORS and, CIGARS. ,.v     ,.     -- >���������:.    ; ^   "  %&-* Boys please give us a mil_._,_ R  #^-     ������������������ rurdick,&,dbx:teRk  - ������������������AkA'ii'"'      '-c----     -  *    ��������� ' -ProprtetWv  BARKBRVILLEv    ,   .,  *-hple ������u4i8Hcet������i.t64rarfede.scHbiiigthe8uf- v"ictoria Pn���������������' about tb? 10tb;November.     .. j.ubo^tei^ ^  enngiot poor 8������wing girU;''Wb������n will tbe) >srif you want goodCoffee ti*. Fell's.     I      I  IMPQRTAUTT toMII^ER^  . The undersigned is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND  ; ;��������� PANNINGS, '"  ;f// - /��������� /  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity on the  Most Lujekai. Tekms, at the"...-".'  Reading Room, CaxnerpntOn^  The Subscriher is well known on Williams CreekT and  from the conQdenco reposed in him heret&fore in tho  hopes to receive the patronage of  iity the eimiln^ ae'oson.      ���������  ' v*  JOHN BOWROS.  MESSRS. BARRY fi^  TjkG Leave to: inform,raEi^^N^  j> the public that.having ^f^tj^^c.merit  .Saloon " thoy will spar4 no pa ns nor WQ**^otM  a share of public pfttronage. As ww g, j a8l0  pudding is in the eatmgT0^t,,^! wo W������ fce ca]i  tho quality of ,our LIQUORS k CIGARS, ,pj*������  and try them. .. / /  BtUBY'"EVENING' '  '  T   A. BARRY; } Pf prtetiTS  :.yy! N;'coN/o/;    )     ,.. a?ig  BjirkciTaio, Sept. I3tb, 1668- ���>
,-A**T;,7^r.-���: ���(��� "j���.-;,.-���';���",: ���.   "���?".: '���   V s; ':.   fir:'* ���'s-'.".?'- -r-'-J'. :���
-MONIjiAY^CTOBER: 22, 4��6g; ;|;;/
tion contained on/1st ��>ct.$ 186$*; 348 volumes;
0f books, and niim^ered, 85 su^s/5r&ers; dtirf
^tothe; pjf esentijiarjg j^lun^;bftu��Wst&nd^
.^iworkfr have bee&addedv bo 4h^6a$ie jlst
inst. the,Library'contained &37 volumes, 4nd
numbered It* suBscribeiii'being ^Increase:
of 19 to thfci list -of; subscribers.overothat^'bf
last year> ' Tha^numberiofi books exchanged
during the past year/will; approximate 60 vj>l-
umes perweefc prwhibn^but few'Me taken by;
non-subscribers^ ��� Ttfeii reading! rodin/ is! slip*
plied wittl4^ekl^^
papers} also tbefbllawling magazines, arid"! reviews: Blackwoodfs; and/Harperte Magazines;
London Quarterly; N6i\th/British;Westnunster
and Edinburgh ' Reviews^ beside^ numerous
papers left? at' theirobm li^membeTS and spb-
.ficribers. / Mr; Birch oh; his late-yisit'prbmised;
to forward to the/institutiona/set ofcmaps and
cbartSj b ut as ye t they have /no tppme ��� to hand.
It is'-to be hoped tbey willbesent upithisfall,
aa the winter^is the;most? fifctiiigiime for read-
fag and Btudy in Cariboo, f! a ���,;   ;,       j .
;CA>fYb>r;GREEK! Quartz.-^ A- piece of < rock1
ftjoni the Wastiburnled gei weighing 5'i ,6&y was;
Assayed last \^
^pibia fromtwhlch wasobtain^
;,...���    WILUAMSXIKEEK. V^V'f ' I \
lJSS^##4umg: the/pWt^davs has
a^SS* ^^orable;'ftrZ/the;A< hlinW^
bmce Thursday;we havei-had, show! storms.'ai-
uioat^ver^wday .with heavy-frosts rat: night,
mini;-.board; a
-A,--,, ��l^eyerything a: wihfr^ appearance.
m frost7 and: will/ riot: be isfeifea'f %ain ��� iliis
seasonrrSomeare/of -opinion: that wheh^ the
preslat^cpl'd snapIf J)IS.ws\%V^tVCwill;have a
week or two' of 'goodweatller yetZ, '��� ��� ���" """ J
��� /-The VTjack co'yrtpokioufo last week 46; ozs,
r-Moriin^ Star co'y1 made wagesUast: weekJ^-
Last Chance co'y gashed out {forw^ TOjpzsv
Forest RoseiCo?yl6blsibutf56;o^
Ayyy: y -' grouse >(jreekV'' ���*' ���- j^-* ���>'i
. i Ine.' Heron co %;��� this .-claim appears^to/be
getting richer -every/dayfyithe*washr up for
fiondajrlastwas 42 ozs.J$4;' Tuesday, 99 ozs.
$13,;';,Wednesday,^ bzs;,;$J>;; Tnursday,';i30
ozs. S7f Friday, 8ibzs/S^; SaturSayT^103pzsv
$12; Sunday (yesterday) 81^ozs.5 stpj^^r/week
,625 pis. $2, jot: $1100 -to ihel share :$leiayj$GXr
have washed out yesterday Over 100 ozsJ^ this
claimjoins i'the:^Discdvery^j-^ye haye been urir
ablei this ^eekto: hear f rbni;:tne;;claims"ftirther
up the creek.,'    ^.: V;.-r-. ���-..-...,, ;,;<.-;..--..
��� (        tt   v, .CUNSIIvTGHAM CREEK., ' ���        } y  ,;
-Prospects iave: lately; beeiv/fbund on tliis
cre^k|,which^itstiiy us/infteUevin^th^ij^ly;
times may be expect
The Board-met;iir;their1>ntce^'3ar^enrilie/
last:Riday evening, at'the usual hour/ - i vt'
y '-^ffent^m^B. Thompson; MaclaatenfAtf'
derson, Monroe^ Pra^eiand Biirdick; ; f
Mr/Thompson InTthe phairl/1   /  -, -y;>
... The mimites. of .fhe/last ^meeting?were read
and approved/
���thus yielding at the rate pfr;$7^20p/tp;the tori.
���- weigbing 4|pz., was also te^d; and yield- chiefly on the/eastern side/of,the creekr while
-edvSLbeing at :ttie rate/of STiSPfto the tonv tt;'0'itiffi^beihg demonsiatedSthat the. pay
/���/This^process[or^testin^js;no^n^;pf^fee;most ^--"~* --*~^ ��--������������**���- ^---->:-^���> ������-������>     -    -���>
i /^corr<8'ct; methb ds/pf C-ar^
:.:' jiledge,/inasmuchijis i^ere/ is//usually; in every,
lead;very.inferior Vhich when;mixed
'/^ithmat ^asup^
; affect; the value of^the ^retiurnsi ^utiafter^riiak-
) '-ing alVdue/allp vrahce;. for sueli? a; [ :cpntinjgehcy
- ��� ^i:iwe^ arein^u^.-te;thejb'eli^
/discWered/bri/Canyon^ creek .wUl/^ldnchlyi
..,The rock ^hiob we have seen^frbm) the/ledges
/mentioned ;wUl^eafe to^/tiie
^-flu>lity i /wi tli ;My ::,pf ^e?fflQ^!"pe^
: '-either in;California or 'Australia.;-; -t??- : V ���/,-;i /.';/
<*$sg* In consequence of the,rdritour Cpnc^ljn-
ing^he; reiriovaL tor 'another district off our
/worthy Gold^Commissioner^W. .O^po^ Esqji,
a memdf ml has been gotr lip, aritfiB; being sign-
1   ed by nearly, every merchant; and miner on
ih\$-ahdthe ridglibofing" creeks^Respectfully
���-'"' "retitiestmg the Government,- for^'reasoDs, set
; /forth;in the memorial,^'^:.re;ta1^i;3l^ddV^n
this important:district,   ^.s yet mo^official n6��;;
/ this -pbriimunily will shew the - high'; estiriiatioh
in which Mr;Obx is^esei^edly held.^     <! ���
; * i?ATAt^AccrDEicT-���j��miner uam^d ^gb Mdr
,Xeod,/a<native of"Picioti,��iNova\Scbtia, met
with bis death ycsterd ivy) mprriih^ at Whi^
^aw Gulch "tiy; the caving /of ,a drift/:^ ;It/?f&
.^arsithatf deceased, alon^wi^ l)is parftier^
was erigagedJri drifting into; ffie -��� banlc/yand:
had run 8 Or 10 feet without?timbenng^; ^eu
a piece/ of giavel/ fell; from the; Jropf of the
fprift, striking deceased on tbe ba^an&knqck-
ing him down; he was immediately"extricated
by his partner,:;who
vriot before he had;breathe(ibis last Ay'y J?
Prize Fight.���Last, Saturdayc evening the
final deposit- of:$250;>a-side was put ���up1;;^r
e^h of the !cpmb^anfe,=^
and the: figh t wil i co me off with out fail tomorrow morning. ITbe battle -ground hasiiibt
jet been ^riiadejkribwh; but'��� it: is" siipposedJtp
be wi thin a con ve nient distance of this town.
Tickets tor the innef" ring ;cari/ be-procured
-this"cveniiigrat"Barry^Gunio's Saloon^Barp
kerville, and Hardie,s: Saloon,^^ Cameron ton,
when and where the particulars as!tb time and
���place caa.be Ascertained^'.yyfy y^'Z-2 A:^Z
YiCTOitiANS in San ; ;Fhancispp.^A private
letter received from .SaiL Francisco by last
mail, thus alludes to several Victorians In that
city :^��Siriipson,^f ^y;^.Gpv has got a; si^
uation oii the .'Farmer' newspaper, arid Mc-
Kenzieof the <Colonist, has got a'berth on the
'News Letter^'Bell Bnd,'fw^*ofchwv*t��ne,;c!4t
ters have got erapLoyment at Lone Mountain
Cemetery, at $5 per day; Culverwell-has just
passed through . bankruptcy; for the. second
time, his debts; being /S800 ; and Qusheon,
whilom of Esquimalt, has gone through tbe
! same cleansing process to the'; tuile of $3,000
, to $4,000.; A. J. Welsh has rented. !r.The Willows,'? at $350 a monthl'^Vip^ 'Telegraph.'
New ;Westminster ELKCTioN.--The: result of
the poll at the New Westminster* election ou
12th inst.,was 168 ibr^ Dr; :Black; arid 128 fbr
Mr. Robson, leaving a.majority of 40 in the
poctor's favor. Mr. Robson '^lays the flattering unction to his soul" that the majorities he
will poll at Sniriass, Langly, and Burrard Inlet
will more than counter balance^vthe Doctor's
majority in the Capital. We doubt it very
much.' .-.' -.; '.;���;���';,./
im* We understand that John Tracy will
oe Geo. Baker's second,.and Fred Littler will
be Geo. Wilson's second in the pugilistic, ear
burner which comes off to-morrow.
channel exists in the, western bankjiWhen this
is Mly explored j^as it will undoubtedly be)
by those who intend wintering there; and pro ve
to tie rich, a large;fieid: will he opened up'for
Jaumng.Merprise^. /StarilisEco'y; 4/meri^who
,areiat work.on the western?bank, iKfe com:
mencingto cleaniupVand^xfect to^doawell;
i^-GreatEastern 'co'y haveifoiihd;'gobd / prbs-
pects/andi are J^erSini '^of; smaMri|^]abpu^$S' a'
day;i.tbeVv/are/ builclingjdy house:��overvtheir
shaft and intend working v all /wiriter.-^Flbyd
co'y^-ground/{laid oyer^ til"h next, 'seasonal
Sharpy,cp^ai^iworMnglpver oldS-ground'
and making, wages^Lewisj&rco'y^:2,imen^
have > made m ore than /wages'(during^ the rsea--
son';/..they%aye groun^sjuwe^a^pie^^
grtond^frpm^wMcb^ l)^r^rit indications^
they expect j;br clean up^ahoiit 150 ounces^-W
1 John/ Gray ^Go^hiay^slaj^:^
'eakternbank under!tlie town site;rth.ey have:
made expenses allpsummer. There are atpre-^.
sent 18;riieri'^nBhisycr^ektbf Mbm?? intend
to remain; during the winter." f\> > -..   \" :< j
;* , ,y\\'iy^'\6ppAV.icmT&pl''%' >iZZ'Zi<2s2[
^ From a gentleman who Ieffcrthisucreek last;
Thursdav, we are; informed that- the "Aurora"
tor tWs Distric^^hd^iid
'Seijpfe^ aM^ssMarice-iu
rpyisal^ o^ the1' Miriihgs2 Laws]; >Qcompariying
which wy^lbtter^brif Mr.: CbictbvMrf#alk-
,em/ tq,.the folio wing, effect;:'s' y0Z' i';'' , \ya '"l'y
\ 'y Zyr*, ,   ".Richfield; 18th Ocfc'l&56, *
onvthe reyisal of the.iVbtes at the recent elecT
tionydurhavei>ai*majority!of'*18 over Mr. Ti
flarris;-^^andr cppsequently stapdj at the. head of
the;poil.   rbaveiprwarde^ the above inform
matibn to the ^dministratoiv ; I also furnished
Mr��HaTris*witb the nameSi^^arid jnumber^of'the;
.vbtcrsstract b.utr ;;. / Vy "" ^:""" v 'XA '
y  .'flYours/^c.;'"' ,/,,/���;>  '/   " i:
��� /:^(Sigriedi)Hi;/.'-:- -:iM>h. ��W; G; ^COX.  i
1 / Mr-Thomps'pri ^
Walkem had^een declared^by&ejReturnirig
Officfe^tplhavy'the'ma^ at the.
lateielec)ibn,/J3e be invited by thW^BoardHtp
att��rid, th'eir^meetiDgai^ece
tions,: whicb was riot agreed tb liy the members
present.'        ! '_/2_ ;'   y    '"' ;: "  > ''l; j
1 .;:/It;.was;^reTbre ,mov^Kb^ffirpi^rsonJ
and sicondedibyjMrvRcalie^^^
em'sjetter; be -laid; over unfll^ere isa-iull
i        ^    -     i    ^ ,,'���.. 'I '.    . .'      . i    ��� .      -     ?*&"$ ;���
Messrs..Havdie^rTazel!trite aiid', Coulter" havr.
a^^ted;:&ems^^ fe
tpart^s/ha����^ acrcoi;tling |oj;part^f;cI^^��|flfSl,/
of the Mining Act. forfeited tbeir Beats: feh^
yymtim<mj'mD:�� ^manm" \,. -���
'u:y��i/mwmm, y/yy
ri. >The; Chamheriof Con>mer^efhayejnuMished/;/
LtjLtl^^yhyy^yy^y^yc,         1         i_
; their, an s werl-tb JjSbv^SeymburTj /statemfii
co'y hadMcleaned;Up for-the week ending "Htfi!
inst.,- >128��oZ;^0iscoyer��y^c()?y. were; making'
from$l6(to$20aday to the i hand^-Borealis
pp'y'were, taking out aborit wagesrrRplly;&;
cp'y had surik: two?stiat^20feet iri cleptiii ami
found the; rock pitching into" tbe Jilil;... they are ���
now. drifting.^Watson co?y; sunk a shaft in
the bank and bottomed -on high rock at ten'
feet; thpy areyribw^ sinking iiitber creek>where
they struck waterjat tedTeet���Eatorifco'y'had
cut a tailface 100 feet in length:tp'drain;<their
ground'. so :as to ;eriable .themrtb/'siak;; they
struck; a bedJpf quicksand in their, shaft .at 20
feet, through which they are unable to sinki-^
^nunibervpt mm; jritod^
creek.^ Snow had falleWton Bald Mountain to
tite'^cpth of three feet;jon Friday last. "v' --1
.:���: /;*.;���'.;      A. (Befbro W. ,a: Cox, Esq;) u i;:
Z'AyyAyZyi   . Thursday, 18th Oct,
Mirier$^i)rainCo. .vs: jNever^ vSweat; Co.���
Judgment was rendered in/ th is case in fayop
of plaintiffe fbr Kalf dr^inage,/with ;cost$^ \ i
; . .''��� ������ i'������������.��� ^Saturday,;20thOct., ISM/i
Miners' Otain Co.. vs;; Mosbier Co. arid Hit
,orAlissiGo.~-Judgmentfor plaintiffs for half
drainage, with costs.. 2/1*1: .'"'���!
meetjiig;of thevBoard.';-4Carrleck^ -rf^r
mittee^of^thjB'/w^ole foi^the^cpnsideratioh and
revision 'of thS^^in^^aws^^Mr: Thompson
in-.the.Chair.^,,:r..-;, /, (( y.yyu^\^y ��� '. :<m-\\>
: It was irioved by Mr^ Burdicti/arid2seconded;by Mr.{MacLaren, **That^ after( the- word
" determinej'Sin Jpart I,!'secfiotf (6) the fbUpwJ
irigwbfdsibe*substituted, "Atttheoptibri/of
*��� either party4^shalVbejtheyduty;0f the Gold
thelaifcer portipri; of "the \ clause^;after^thewortl]
^���proyi^d^/be^tmkeritout.^Garried. / *���}.>, -A
* Moved' by^Mf^THompsori)fecond^d/by Mr.,
^Burdicki that the-^bllp wing^additiqri be^niade1
fn^Ttmeiv /n i<* AiiH ViIsO" to border; a^iwcreeks.
fpr wiih;|t sshga^H knlfel^A^hii^^f^^
pose; of destroying wild, animal si'in^' L^eJ pis-
trict Jiasbeen.gotfup, "ar^^the%iriannj^ iri.''
which th&s^rtjWicarried^ul?"Jin; $(��'jenstern ,
proyjuces;and;United St^^es.���^A sbcialr ineet-
ingin corinecUbnwith; Stiv ^drow's;. Church '
.the?pepp(le ��� of '.Victoria against, indulging! ijn.
any/hostile, demonstfatio rxs.on the arriyal.there
the';tCbrbmcl;e^Tli^Lee(ch Ri,ver,*ditch is'be-  ,
ing ':pusiie11 Iforw^rd ���
Dramatic Club '"are about to give' ffi^Bte|Jain-,
riierit in aid of the Mechanics' InstituJeSrAtJa
ijmeetiri^bf > Mes3r��Sp[rat^
tere'/it was^de ci��|drtb Acbritin:ueTiM^si ness x
������ si xjmbriths tforigiJHrinder' theF niaha|emeii fepf-
the ^rrii|/who: ijbssess, the/entiife ^confidences of
their 'creditbiW^Iias- reported -that Gov.^Ken-
���nedy: aridlraniiiy^illll eave^fbr/En glandf b n the
hiext ��� niai^steamer^The (steamer * (Active-left
for San Francisco on r the 3rd inst.�� carryi ng
offJsabmit jas^passengers^ .araprig, whom^w^re,...
. \A^: '
yim ���
yy ������,. ������
vyy/ '' ,:������'. ��� .-������ .
���;fe yyyyy-
��� /1        yyyy
" Hi'
���/::-/.-":-'- ||il/- yy://Ay
"'��� ���������'.' "��� '''(I'-;//':- .-.jV"0 ':'-'-':.y
���..,- l=y' ���;:"���   ���   - . -    ������'���:������ ���������';
y y
ty -^' :
"There's Many a SLtp.^r-^}Mr.-^-r-,..recently from the mining; regions, came to Astoria by last Monday's "Couch,", thinking to
go to. San Francisco hy the; Orizaba, which
went to sea on Friday morning. But a/partner in trade of his in the. mines came down
from Portland unexpectedly on the Orizaba,
with the papers tx> arrest the sariie Mr.-���^-,
who is alleged to owe his partner Jj.2100. The
said partner came up the Whart;.hastily, met
his manVseized him by the collar, and held on
to him until the sheriff came to his relief-
no twithstanding : the Mri-���-^-r/b rati dish ed;a
knife*of huge, proportion and made sundry
threats'to cut his partner.in pieces., Mr. /. .'.
was safely lodged in jail in a short time, and
returned to Portland with his partner by the
Montana of Friday. Steamboats, railroads
and telegraphs go a great.way now a days, io
prove that "honesty is the best popcy:i3���iA&
toria'Gazette^   ;    ;! J ; "...i;
Lillooet EiiEctioN.^-Capt. Stamp has been.
returned as.member for Lillooet with Q0 of a
majority; the other two can did ales, Kelly and
Hoibrook, resigned.
drain?, tb-b'e flumed'br emliarike^^by^br Vat"
dr ain|^Be^itSsh ttl^^r^hM^angpr^is;5l��^
l^^reh^nded'tfiereto ^omJifre>l{ets^ntftb!
wor}isf shalLbe.; ^pmpleted^|md/in^^f^ ,of
the due- compietiori thereof, <to -oifder*. the same'
to; be^one;at the cbstjof the" parties ihterested
iri^p^^ion^b, thejl^nefit dmvM ] /suclipro-
pbrtip^if: hepessaTy 'tb^be^;detefminedl'by a
jury o? 3 or 5; to^beT summoned, asjniclause
,{b) of tbisJseCtionv at;;the request uf %riy-par-.
ty interested,;, arid 8tp sp;:brder^ antylajairiv or
claiiris !(or such .portion -thereof asphalt be
sufficient) the owners of; which shall/neglect
or refuse to pay: the amount ordered^/to be
sold m order/to jay ibe same, arid in case such
clMm^rclalmS'jshall npt bring ^suffibi^nt�� to
defray**the' same"then to^caijse;; in^like^m&ririer
the deficiency .'to be paid by the other parties
lntere^ted^ /Also where ;it ishair be? necessary
to/ construct/such: flium.es, vpr ���;. embariknaerife
up on worthless ;oi'; ah ondbned ground; to cause
the same^b/bje dpnein Hkb marinei/atthe expense of the parties interested.''-^Carried, -
��� It was agreed to strike out section. 8. 2 ���.
���;; Mb ved/ by Mrl! Thompson, arid seconded by
Mr. Monrpe^that sectipri; 1Q;^ read/ as/ foflows;':
* Where InrCiVil/ cases -the\Subject matter' iii
dispute1 is:iri; value more than.^200.an'appeal
sbalI lie frpm the judgmbnt -pf!the Gold;Gom-
missibrier "to the Supreme:- Court of Ci vi 1 Justice,1 but only bri points: oi\lawy provided that
notice thereof be given in. Writing- to the opposite nartyj within 4:days\after ,tjip:;depisipn
of said Gold Corrimissiprier and riot otherwise,
and also security be given; to-be approved of
by the Gold Coinmissioiier; for the costs of
appeal, and the amount (it* any) payable ��� un;
der the j udgment. '���* And the said Court of Appeal may make such order as it sball think fit,
but not try the cause 'de novo,' or admit any
fresh evidence, and such appeal maybe in the
form of a ease settled and signed by the parties, their counsel or tbeir attornies; In the
notice of such appeal, as before mentioned,
the applicant ;or; applicants shall ..state ���. the
grounds on which the sanicis based, arid before the,same,is granted he or, they shall make
affidavit before ; the Gol d Goramissiorier that
said appeal is not taken for the purpose of delay, but j n good fai th an d 'upon/; the grou nds
stated iri the notice."���Carried.   .;
The Committee then rose, reported progress
and asked leave. to si t again;
The Board were *of ppinionJthat the seats of
members who had absented themselves for
more tharr'three consecutive meetings, without
assigning any cause;-for so doing, should be
declared vacant..; ' ,'
It was therefore tnOvedVby; Mr. Anderson,
and seconded by'Mr. Monroe, !' That whereas
-f���_P^.Dj' among pifer ar- ���
.stealingr$7, ,a^oat:and, pair; ofvshoes fronivG.
XJpleraan' and1 seifenced ��� to ^ rnbri& iiriprisori -
menfe;with hardrlabbri3?Hi Ms ?S^ Maiacca had
arrived, to; relieve ibe*,; Scout ;��ihei carries V6
heavy breech-loriding guris;^-The ^exports ' of
co al Irora��Nanaimo for the mon th' of Septem>
ber, was: d;490i'tbnsV'of wbich 262 tons went to
San^Franciscp: arid/139i tons was used by the
fleet und the reraiainder; weiitto > ^ictbria^A
petition is about;tb;be circulated ijr^aying^fpr
the pardbrijbfi Michriel /Carey) AftWl was/'convicted of arson 1 ast fail. - , ., v   ;
: ACQuiTTEri?ATiSANf.FiUNOrseoV���The jury iih
the case of;Mrs. Margaret pennyircharf^wit}i;
shooting at Mrs, 3^Wplfe]p^oppunt of -tbesrirj-
posed intiniaGy bptw^ri^vDennyJ / the-zpainieiv
an d ^Mrs/ DeWol^f't^rliei rig; p ii t: twenty:- ni i riy y
utes^ returned /a' yprdict ydf not- guilty. /In
spite^of-the order of the'Gourt^demonstrations
of applause were;, made, and the Judge sent
one of the spectators to the County Jail for
two days for contempt /
;:*-;J(f ii? R l/LEALf ^ho i;h^^
providing��� theApesi meals inj/the';mostAlibbrai
raannerf at the;lowest; rates iu towny^bas' reopen^ pi his,:wfffirib^vn esitabiishmetitAttpovy
ernmerit Street,;^Victoria,tjiree upb rs ttbmi��h$
Occideritai;corner-f All gastronomists ecoitp-
micaliy disposed are ;nvited to give him a
caii,-:/"'i'yy:'':AA,yy^y/yyA^ :^y .���
fl&~ We would:call the attention of those
haying, goods or other corainoditics to- move
between the different. towns 'on.the creek to
Mr. H. C, Wilmott, whq has a;Hprse and Dray
ready.at the shortest notice to execute, any
orders he may be favored with, at very;reasonable rates; ..
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' BIRTH���At Victoria, on the 6th itisU, the wife-, of
SI. T. Dkakeoi' a sod. ���
MARRIED���At iHo Pirsnnage, Cowich.'in, on fclm
29ih Sept., by tlio Rnv. W. S. .lietl��o,, Mr. Wm. ; Drink~
water, farmer, Ciiaaon Huriso, Cowicbaa, to Fiun'OS
Kkowi^s Douglas, of - Bristol, Somerset, - Eugla u��.i. ..
i)IEI>^At Victorl'av-on'the2n*.i inst.,' il�� Wili.i.Vs?
Brooke Nay lor, High Sheriff of Vancouver Islam;,
aged 42 years.: / ��� .:������ -������;���������' ���������-������'. -t //-/-
��� :���   ���:������ J '���    ���O��� .-    ��� '..���     -���   '���'������  -
Cards, Bill Heads,: Circulai-s, /Posters p:!
Programmes for BalJs and TheatncM
��       ��� Enter tai urnejite; /
Ex -cut ��id with ..N-ca.tupse. an d -.Dirpftt co- 'at, tbis- Of Cb.
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i'��iiV^i��.kM^.w^'yw i ���������H-m  / ���������-������-  / 1 :  it-  '....iT,'  ��������� aqurhal publishes /as/'autnentic / the- /folio wing  : ^bSMgincidefitfin tt&lEte/war^-Asihe  /.^pfe^ an hourt a halt l>y the; enemy, .the  ^en%ar'starf:baptain found it necessary to'acquaint hif?' brig adier;' jiaj or-Ge n& al^Schb IzUiri  siotfdl: tieSriu^ by  the;captain, anmi^a^ibfflindef a perfect hail  , of bullets.    On his road  he  same across, an  '  'Uhlariv wbpseT%Hfc Mfrhatf been shot bnyWei  ���������y^yyyMyyyMysyyi?y^  .IKaWffielched but'his Sand tbwaflds/biiml:  '���������--���������.-''^jr^?M7..'5af1*^ii3i|,^--i.������-;���������;-'������������������-N"'!j-/ .yy  .".''.v=^���������'.-������ .���������������������������';,'-' 1"        "' "  il  He  ;^IJESNEI^ggTH^pRTISEMENTS.  j^X&M  it-  ���������} 'fimyi  fi  ":WiU leave SODA GREEfc^< ;': ���������'  ^ONDAt; ;^^ui^ffiffi^^RMN(?Sr  l-'U-/  ilVJ-  , "mbuntedi^rid $eni=i^  ':*" Jlj;ffiiitilate d/bjg #; a ;^ariri?or������Eball���������it^waj.?'^is  weight to, Qu.e4n.elll. cts, ^Jb^iiA^ \  ^^im-er^Eu^rpriseJ^fp:;;;;,;;.,.;/,/������; Ay" A<,<  -.May21st, 1866-    'j/J        "'       "^    4   f   5"'  ���������P..W  'li C 0 L OMA L.-REST* AUR A MTV  1 /ux  ^P;<L;.JOHNSON^PROPRiBTORiv  M������als;afc*Wl,������tiburs. arid^Cookinglof the4 best  i^-im-v*- */m<m- v- - description; -������������������- ������������������������ *������������������   *^  ������= '"  ���������  ROAD/SIDE HOUSES; /&cr  . j.v:-' ������..���������-.' *-i 1  ���������*������������������-.*->���������.  COLD  SRFtING, HOU"SE,*  >pHiS HOUSE/is'kituiued 56 miles jfr6in .(jues netmoti ih.~  ixyfli&pti^^  and������gboU-B^as^arcmow prepared to;aflbrH'0veV^fABc^n>: '  riio'datlon tpr.Traysllcr&j j the! TabIo;is (uruishQil with all  tli'Q luxuriesthatjcf i 4, b������ ;?Wn,^'|V4^e^at���������lip.J(i:ci^|^lj���������������'  7{>r^.^.;-.  npltE UNDERSIGNED? HAVING'OTRCHASEDifROM^  :f\>*?\x .:������>ti r"f /5     i  ���������'fcft'*..ji'/!*  fiUWiVl^'urr  j������"i!3  ������������������.uuruci turn ucruci^ ttuu,,uir iucuuui. ui icuwm  ^bbut'3 Mm^tiio Kerbic*tJhKriJfoupt;)by^he  Bide of his captain;; tato!m the; evening 'the  'latter^t|pl|d lMi{ ^ lopK^fteriis." horsej/f and  '.from a strong man in;his agony." ������������������ /The officer  : ��������� 't'b'rid6rl:y erib/uired tlie^^ cause; or SkarbowskFs  story, forthwith4birbught ibh case ;before:  -Fitrtn'firnf. r The tionr������.fellbw'has'since been  - QUESNELMOUTH,  X^BRQWJf A* GriLtlS'/ Proprietors.     4  Good Beds f Restaurant? ;;iBilliard Table, &c.  :,���������!,f j ��������� LyyStahUn&'&KHbrses. Hay arid Oata.,,    :s   : j  ZZZiZyy'ffii'i*'!:* ^^^^^^-j^M^^^i^^.  Storage, :'&c.--Tems": most Mo derate.  ������\ QUESNELMOUTH.    '���������;.,'/,t' :s"  accoinmbdatiori*t������sttieitr������vcllin^ public,^ und^opes by'  a strict attention-to business���������. U* .r^crit;a share of tlie  patronage bestowed "oil the tortuer^prupfietOrs. ^-Xhis Isl  ohe'of'the-ritbst 'comfrirtftbie: ami! coniitibdious^Hotels  on tho/roadf7CQntiiiriing as. it does{wariri At&l will^rtu^fv*  isl.ie4;bed ropm&witliigpod:beds: v. Tlie ^BLR is/stiji-  plieit;witheypry delicacy it,is possible toprycureiri'tlje  "PP(?r country;' .Tbe;: BAtf is stocked ..with tlierbesv' of  KLiqu6VB; aiid tiie'ebojeest; CigariiK-: ��������� '/JW -Wi' .��������� >'^: '.*S(>.;���������  ' f''^JttTiMIBAttSi1 fX-^O/'EACHi1^^*^ :  ' Tho Stabling !fbr H^rsbs js nil HUM1 tiould b^Ueilnfd,  and'thechargfiSiiaro ;very/nioclorate. *��������� ftfay i6r>-f&frgcB  per day, >$^j fOats.arid Barky at the cheapest niarke't  ^ates,,,^ ly/j/t /,,*���������/ ",/--,(;-.-t:.,;v /  . .���������!;/���������.,;;:: /,/U=r./i:  ; .Tbe uritlersigned;has a large" quantityf of' ".OAT*B(aY  on Kand?forsalo5 iri large bf: sri^allquantitic8twr Parties  desirous of .purchasing- this, article wouldt;dq)iwelJltd  giyo him a call.-.//.:./;��������� /;���������.;:,';..... ���������.;..,..:;/ /���������'...'' "���������,/:.' ���������'.}.  yy^A/Z/A'-'  / ? ^v-JOH5T:PELLETIERvProprietor/ j:  ,/^/uri������P^InBiVonU^%Jveu."to airirdersA An  - .-:<!5>  wi tb^card andj d^jpaichi^iyictbria^Vli;;,/!  ans-werei  rHlvs  ;���������$ yy.;yyyyB06-V8Ai BO OTS :M  ;^SAY'SAM VjfjtiRr. is it^puy JJobVs wear b^W  iVbar^^arid ^Butler ^yerawent Street, victoria,  TAY: &,''OOm Fort-Stre'et^ Victoria^���������?V.Ii;.u. wg,  tl  Garden and.Field Seeds guaranteed. Wn-  y yy /  ty lias promised; to"provide for his age^pareh'fe  broken down by the'irreparable loss;of two  ....     J Mit. J), .Gijeau -who hir->the .reputation 0  ^prpfciding the best ineals-inr the, most' liberal*  ! manner;'atFth^iowest) irates^ia-to^vn^bas ^rer  '���������% pened bis wellrknown establishmentiiu/Goy-  . ��������� ^cnnientlStreet; Victoria,;fchree doors from the  'Occidental corner. .< ^lljgaltronomists; econo-;  mically disposed are Jnvif,e&:to;give,;him a  ;���������'     ���������$j^Zm^  i;o^rt >.,...,^  f-'^'mciio'OEt.  mymum if sT"T15t.^ +z������ZA!t '������m,  *r./'yy.<,.  .f^.Ti ..r.j.i.-.;.���������.../���������;>-v ;:.j;v  t*3l-f|J'  ^'^���������KfMlf-'  .--)'. i'  iCr/usH'ed;:t'o'?brderJ  ,f,'|M   T;f /;^aLLOOET/FLQlJBiM:imeO/;;  I-s *. " ' '       ; ���������"   ".-"     ���������*    F. W/Foster'/At?ei  ���������/.   'y.iYu: \ ���������-'���������:}   gVjMj-  Fl' W."F^STkR^Agent;^ f  -  '.*.V-  EDWlKl   TYNON  v^rr  ������������������ir .-���������'[���������,". ���������    -  rfjEALER. IN DRY 'GOODS,/ CLOTHING; .HATS/AND;  f ;>t^",Wb woijld/call-the������^  avin^go'fds'^r^^--^        ���������        ��������� --^  ���������'S'elw^e^Sya^in^  ' ��������� >ti$M0Wflmoi ,..   .  readys at the shortest ^notice. tc execute any;  -'.;j/AL.f  r;pHE/P^^NERSHlP^heretomrc existihgbetweenthe  'X .unileraigneil .has been this;day. dis-jolvcd; a!ad"d.:eG-  * ^ONTAlKE^is aio^e authorized to/coUect aUjdebtSidue  t^thciaieumu ;/,:,:. - .//'";.../ "*���������".���������;"������������������/��������� ^  ,-��������� /,/  / ;".-  :  ���������*.-.-���������������   x       " i       .   .,���������-.. Af'G/FoNTAINE,    ''\  :   0: \si w,   p^s, ���������;   (.,^vr,,t- ^ARSENE^iSGUYER^:  ��������� -'/ "   ^.'-"l- - ' ?' ��������� .' ���������',   ���������'< I^AfJQUESiLE:BR[m./V:  . BlchfleM,.October 6tbr18p6(lft(.,tf*'<f i-      ,* r-45.-..^  u*o  ^-tt'-al-;-!^'*  THE PARTNERSHIP- heretofore existing /-under the  ,maitieof5D0EE:&sBJE^^Butch^^Bari������erv:ille,^has  beentbisdaydissolved^byn^tual'eonsent.^ Fromaaod  lifter,-.tlii'srxtafe^he'tiasii&e^^Uii-- be "carried on;iri the  naine/Sf ��������� CHARIiES BEA^ who is^hereby- a^dtliprized.  to collect all accounts, duetto tire firm," and by whom all  debts;'. owing^byi them -^Ul|be.:ii^aid'^i|.:^Vj  ��������� XJ! 'Caps, -Bo'otsJand- Shoes,! "Ciirpetlngs,  Oil/C  *Wall/Paper,i&'c!,.'Lillooet/Bi 0.^ li >,r^,   . /y  -Cloths/  / ;KLIfcLOOETt   BREWER  ^AGOB ^Ili/FZ^tProprietorf -has^  s:on;  Produce DKAtH&rA  landrpurleyortk,  5py<^ii;iny^������ngr  -/'Orders sent;to  ^Id^nvhairf^^ietoiria,-^rlf-j-������'.wilt' rec^ryel iiriMfiito  :att^ntipa?ify/^/������^M:f^y"; iA������������������'.:��������� '!A*4V>AyttiAyyAiAitiy'"/  ^ENTI^E^JPhotb^aiuuc"^^ !  ^g'nui'tft1 ^^ic^ri*5S������s^bp^*te';Botcl^'!Wiiiii^  rrS*OPENi>F0R^^raE:j;A;GCOMMODATION S^?#^b^(W^%J?S^ith^^u^B^  ^:Trav^Umg l^hjicjrih^bedr^ms/ and.  ;airy;>nU.;tbp/B.cd|.;cann  aho/;cpmtort;by any-m- the lower cou h try;-. i'ttieTiV'bie8;-! a  'alw^supfrlM/w  iiopiHorees j^Hayj^ Oats ahdiBarloy/bpnMhd^bi^liaiid;  i64"iiE;;ppEFCMEl f(WlSEl  jENOTS MimPB^TProprietor^^his^House  '/is ^ruji^hodflwith ^y������i^coriyenie^c0i(br4he"coni:  .urnbia, incl ud 1 ng views of the route toBig Bend/always  on-haud atllheriil r^tes;"    ^  ' ,''5i?" /"/ A������ ^ ,  cbl ^ PKWHEABj Taiwjr {k^OuTFrrTKR^lStreet,  if\i m^ifityjft^&,H&p$pp������\l#?B*������ MiYfiHote^ w^r^li������  .... ...j.,. ...... .. . ^  qmOMASijWIBSONv&^GO^Importers^mEHK-  J.V lish Mur^liapdiz^, ^wholesale and .retail deiilere:|ia  blingiforHorses/rHQrsefFeed, &c, .,;;  my a ,.���������>,' :i  ������M:A.  'm.  f1Hi������RLES NELSONr Proprietor^ This-oia  AJiestabJished-House;is.well 0tted up tbr.the comfort:  of Iiiquors, Segars,^&c; A StabUng^Ha^ Barley.'&ij)a'ts:  ������������������-������������������������������������"������������������'���������' :  --"���������������������������-'' '     '" ~   " '���������   " '  ' "       "AilA"  WIEXi-.T^L^!  M. HEITOERSON-'be^ u������inforiin:his friends  andthetravelling,public^generally that he has^.  taken:the above;Ranch anjl^s^preparcd to supply them;  5wifh First rClasilAcbprnmbdation^sI -<3^od Subhflg' for  hor^^s|; Hay;and;Grai n. fjt  *?$$^������5?$i<  .;svn  Wm.MAJSSCmAyyi  y,:A -<v;"   y?WPP������t9*A  ;ttil'or<Tst7  ; Ed rn isheU, R<K>ms<t&e������i  i j r,u������^it?K4SS/tii0 CilO'lCOSt LjQUOtta.  <i   I.,J. w  'it'.;'     ������������������>   /I'SJ  iJ.IJ0ENE THOMAS,1^Yates street,;Vietdria;  ^13//jWholesalU5ind!Retail Dealer in WINES;BRANDIES  , BEBBS^I wj ditlilQUORS^and d epot 1 of Havana Sugars.  Goods forwardedyiUKthe. Mining Districts.,- t,\ ,/, 1-s j  1, ,-FRANKEL'i Victoria, y. I., Deahirin,Furs,  ^l*"Skr^s^iiJ^a; w6bi4&c.//LibeValadvanceBmade  :bxi?Fur������id6h^gned^/Refer������mcd---G> Sutro & Coij Spor-  ���������b>n?,& Kuell} Victoria, Vi !:-���������-'-,��������� ^  ^'v/^'.'/ ���������*���������'*: i l-s*.  The gypress stops here ��������� = ;i.  1-s  ���������  j /Barkerville^ 3rd October, i866; /. An - .������. ,44am,?,-;.0;  Dissbliitiori. of Partnei-sMp  rpHEJ^AR^ERSHIP>fe  3kRjKSRVXLIiE;  rpHB "UNDERSIGNED beg to'inform iheir friends ana  dtti'th'e*inhabitants 'generally of Williams )Creek{; the  neighboring! Greeksj andrthose, visiting. ,the, Hines -jof  Cariboo; /that having/ leased::-the," w ell-known ;Bakery  aiid te^urantor^MUNDORF & Ci};, the bidesti.estab-  lished house ih BarkeiVillci,' wiould solicita continuance  of its long and; extensive 'patronage j and! >yillrbo:ha^py.  to, see all their friends, -j\ For,;the cunyenience ,oi\mlners  for families ^Stabling, Hay; Barley. and;������)ais^ 4 l-s;;  ,v; sa: mile house; ./;  1 XBERT CRYSLER.has opened thp abpy,eHouse for  l\.i tlve reception of Travellers; the Table is well kept  jindtbe^ Liquors c������rin'bt be /surpassed^/ttie ueds^Jirer  clean ahel: comfortable. ^Stabling 'fof-Htrseis^HkV'iind-  ���������Oats..wK  -:t ydtyy .���������"*���������. "' -t*-������������������-.'4'.:-."f? r^> '.^^.'."l-s^  of  Hufihicister:-&' Co. and'I^umeister^Co^'���������*<*��������� ������������������:>/!ft~>.".'!"���������  y..- ^-yyyyy>y>X'yr-AAA: Fi.-Wi?"LAUMEISTER, f  iu/Ay-AAA' -:y\ ������������������'?-.>y-,y:A- u-A. HOFFMEISTER.. .���������;;,  -' A'���������"'���������'     ��������� ���������. '/ .'  ������������������"."���������-'*��������� OEO'RGE'-STEITZ.''"'-   '\  Williams dreek, Sept. 25th, XSCU. ','"     '    .   43-lm /  Bissollrtioii of Pa^ii^ship;  /���������PHE dO:PARTNERSHIP heretofore'existing bet ween  A" th e undersjgne������ 1,' u nd er the name an d: ti U e of P .���������  G.A#N,ON &CQ , Butchi?rs,Riclj0ijlij, has boen thls:day  dMSfdved by mutual consent. " From iLnd'ai"t������r this date"  ihe;bui}ioess will be carried on in Lhe ncinie of'P. GAN-  KON,/Who is hereby authorized to collect all acoounts  due to^tho. late/firm, and by whom the debtspwing: by  tbo said flrm! will be paid, ";���������" ': "������������������"/' ������������������.     ���������'   ��������� ���������  D;ited Rich field j. 12th Sept.: 1806/;  P. GANNON,.  ROAii Di^rrE.  42-lra-  will/be on hatid'at; all-hours;- day /^r. night,:] to/supply  the wants of our; patrons, y    '���������% "-:i,t:?\ -1 ������������������> > -������������������  y.-litisr- Good Stabling convenient to the'estaDlishmenti;  -;���������' it ���������r1/y-,'y.   ": y.A'' A--/* p. eddy & GOi >:  '��������� ��������� ?BariwryiIle;;^ept/r'26th;;-lS68;;;A/A -/-;y��������� r ^-s-:-/'��������� *���������  BatMiig    Est^lisliment:!  Z.yZ'iiZ-Z'y.y ^;A^4^vH^S^^������1.- ^'2r 2Z2:J'Z  A; ;.,.. .(Next Bank of .British Nprili America.)"// "''������������������'.  D,' TjJEWJ^ begs/leave to''inform \the T/idies arid  ��������� GenUcmpnof Williams Creek and vicinity that  he has fitted up a BATHHOOAI at considerable expense  for.their accointnodaiion, and hopes by close attentiori  to, business to merit a share of their patronage^  #tr; He will also attend to Extracting, Fill ii  Cleaning of Teeth. -;     '���������������������������       '.������*.<.   ���������  ������������������.���������:���������.,   c  ng and  GROUSE   CREEK  THE UNDERSINED,?b egs to mrorm ��������� the;miners aud  residents in ..and ;ar..������und._ Van Whikle that having  purch.ised the e.stabli*hrneut and good'wilHSf' tlie ii rib/  of Messrs. SGK0RL1NG &..G0^ be will in,future keep  au iissorted and GOOD STOCK oh hand,1 and:bopL>s by  ���������close attention to bu?iuesSj.and by, selling at LOWER  KATES than .heretofore to merit titV^ patronage "ofall:  Orders, accompanied with the CASH; from outlying  ci-'teks will! be forwarded with'prompmass auddispatoh.  .    Miners Avisuingto.lay in .their winter stockvi ill arid  it t<>-ih'eir-advantage^ give.bim a.c'ali',-."' J"  ?<������������������ 1 afar.. Terms. CASH,  wjthcu fr.dist-inctton*  ; '.jsi ',.   '���������.,.'::-;������������������"'   '* 1 "-'X.w;..^TNDHARa "'  rpITE UNDERSIGNED begs to in form' the1 public that  X' rthc above es tablisliment was 'opy hed on SUN DAY  LAST, the 22nd July, a nd tha 1 .he will ,be happy to. re-.  ceive a call. fn>ra his friends.. '"'  ;  '/������T BO&RD$10 PERWEEK.-=pL    /5 ���������   '���������:-  Bread, **ie   arid Cakes always Wu hand forsalev  :���������������������������������������������23/ ''���������'. '���������>���������-'���������'- ���������   A. KELLY, Proprietor..  THE "CARIBOO'" SENTINEL"  -0���������  Cards, Bill:* &eads, Circulars,. Posters . and  ���������: iiprogra^irimes for.Balls and Theatrical  ;.. ."  Entertainments,  / ..       ;'':-/���������:''  Exocutad,with Neatuoss and Dispatch at this Office.  ,.'"/."../.,' '' <3r" Terms' ''Moder;tte':' '  J AMES-HURON;, proprietor;* ^Cbis conmipiti-  ous Hotel is well/fitted up with every' convenience  (or the. cpmfbrt;6f . the ;pu blic; - the /Be ds, are * al I tha t a  weary traveller. could desire^ tliesTabte; is supplied w i th  the best of fare j tlie Ba r con ta ins th e 'choices t bran ds  of Liquors and Segars ;*gbod Stabling, ;H������r3c JPoed," Oats,  Bartoy,:f&c?..-s^;/.;^:/f.' - ;./;.V-.-.<������������������ -������������������,., ���������'/ .l-s,;  &J ^aifords every aG06mm:odaU6af ��������� for/the: comfott of  Travellers;: the Tab le i s furnish ed. w i th all the del i caci es  of the seit.son,.aud'thc Bar is stocked with the choicest  of ;Wi he'sj-^ Brand (es :& Sega rs ���������r good ������ ta bl ing td&noiM;  Hay, Barley) and Oats coils tan tly oh handutlowirates.  Newly milled Flour for sale clieap.    ,.:( ...   ,7, ,   1-s ;-,  The  Bonaparte House,  SEMLEN'' & -PARKE* '���������; Proprietor^, at" - the  Junction of the Cariboo and IBig/Bend; Roads," ds  now bi>on Jot tho accommodation of the public.,. Dis-  tunpo.lrom; Clin ton, 20 miles* froiu Savaiuis Steamboat  Landing, 22 miles;': from 'Spence's Bridge, aO miles:  Travellers' will 11 nd1 prices and -accommodations,to suit  theitimes; Givetliema ciili. Stabling, Hay Jt;G rain;  attentive hostlers.. Stage loaves)icm twice, i\ wee^-for  Big Bend and Yale, and once a week for Ca'r'ibool   :l-s  y~^���������i ���������'-"���������' -      '���������-' '       .''���������:������������������������������������������������������.���������-   . .-'���������-    ��������� ������������������-; '������������������uir: ?���������;.,:!!-'.  AT.THIS,WMhti KNOWN,HOU^Et. lialf-way between!  . Spencers Bridge and Clin ton,' cm'the''Yaio1,������t'Mtil.1  Travellers willUna Good Aceommodatidh.- ! The' best of  living, Of Liquors, and of Wines.; Fresh:Butter, Milk  and. Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap.feed...  .1-s  Goyefn*  BndsofMineri.  style r kept constantly on hand; 0'Orueri  ,frpm the.cquntry punctually,attended to. / *\y~~ l?s1  1}   WATSON/ Watchmaker,;; JeweIer/,^>!  *��������� and Engraver, {Yates street^ -above;Goy-;-1  /ernment^street^/Y'ictoriafT^L/    ^ ��������� n '   -I'Si  ^f7ILSt>^A&;HURRAYr ;Groc^bs;;Jbotjsj|;i  . T T   Wiudk Splri t Merchants- ;B'akers ft'ConfecUonci*,  Fort Street- Victoria, V. 1. Z ��������� \ -' //?��������� y;A-:M- '  CprXSRBORC^^ RlJ^I^^-GommMott;^  >3 CHANTS,' Wholesale Dealers in Gbocbkies, PkQTi-  fcioxsy BoHrs^SHruis; Whart1 strj^it;;Vifoorh,V..Ly,*f  2pw^^  XX snle Dealers^iu.WirieSv.Spiri1s;rand;Liquors,  Vlctoriit;^!^'-1 " Z/y /;'.;;:^/, . ./-��������� >.;^'J?A  ^SoSle  O and CoaiMissiox  CO*, (late Anaeredn,&^o.)IairoRT2R8  7^1' SXJTRO"'toiOQw JlKinjRTKKa and Peaixkb if  JT,   CIGAi^,'TOlL\CCO,.MeersUa.um  oruer of rates and Wharf street, Victoria..        :.: >...  t :WJ HAG0IN;: PrivsiciAif k ^^jj&fi  J> rier creates and Government Sts. iP^^A/J  iriERCE&SEYMQyRv/eaicrs^ *  X''" Ft'KPiTPRS] Broa'd Street, Victoria j. y^i.: ^.y/j:  SaIRE & GRANCINirHARDWABB & Cwc^v  li; MjgKCHAXTO, ,Wharf.Street, yictpna, j^J^^  H^~'enBERSON and B0RNABY,  Wharf street, ������������������ Victoria, fV. ���������*.;  MBMBASTSp  ... -. -i-s'-  i' EWIS SE^ii;;Glo^hier; ^^5^15  Jb opposite the*Bonk ot British North Ammca, ^  % GoveriitmmtvStroet;, .Victoria; \. l.      .A.r   . _ ^  'OUT DOWfiL'AS' AWERTISE^NT^'  THE SHORTEST AND CHEAPEST Utitft!&l  Four Days to the 108 Mile Post;, via Cedar  ��������� ������������������ Creek and Mitchell's Trail.'".': " '' ���������'���������  DARTIES GOING BELOW THIS FALL im/informed  JL , that tbey, can eusily make Cedar crook in t^vo days,  and crossing .the Lake cau reach the Wagon Road iu  two more. .      ' -..     = ��������� MiTeHKiiT/ :  Oc lob's r5tb, 1666. ��������� '���������:     -^u   ���������.-. -^g .-:.���������;.. ���������  Mirier/R|  '"-'---MftGDON ALP'S  WM/MACrioNALD, ^g ������J  W 'others destinedipr the ^jJJ^K^Ste*^  And every convenience and, ^������������?3 JJ������i ������U  them. Good Beds and a Table well supplied w ^ ;  tlie delicacies of the season/,; -.-yy - _^  CO Proprietors, -ThisUou^  jf;;*welnltSi u"p ibr'tho Accommodation 02 ftiun^  jrs to the Bridge Biver Mines.Good JfSc0Htfei-lc  A stage runs .tw;  for Horses, Horse Feed to,��������� As,^^0 arrival 0  UeVwoen"UilJi houseand P^,2SS������JS^irttn &?***>  .hVstoamer* from below and'coafi������ets n.vn  t  ���������BoaiiB for fc*tlKjfattt.  ?���������'.-" 1


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