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EAGLE
VOL. II. N0.>t��4J FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 19. 1900.
82.00 A YEAR.
RAILWAY IS ASSURED
Postoffice Inspector Dorman Pays
Ferguson an Official Visit.
M IMPROVEMENT IS MADE
The Mail Will Dome Through To
Ferguson  on Mondays  Direot
From    Arrowhead.��� Other
Days  Too  When    the
Roads   Are   Good.
Postoffice Inspector Dorman was In
town yesterday for the purpose of
looking into Lardeau's mail service.
While admitting that all the Eaglh
said last issue was true Mr. Dorman
assured us that it was due to no fault
of his. Tbe real fact of the matter is,
the government will not pay any more
for tho mail carrying contract, and
any further domandB than already
made would have a tendoncy to induce
the government to cut the service down
to twice a woolt. So that by going on
strike for more pay we would get the
worst of it.
The government, apparently, in their
anxiety to reduce the postal department deficit, are practising false econ-
otnony. Tbey do not seem to realize,
or want to at any rate, that tbe conditions existing here are quite different to those in Ontario.
However, Mr. Galliher pledged himself, by letter, before his election to do
his utmost to havo the Lardeau mail
service improved, and it is now up to
him to act when the house meets on
February 6th. Mr. Dorman has
arranged at any rate, to have the mail
come through directly to Ferguson,
via Trout, Lake, whenever the roads
are good, and also regularly every
Monday evening, leaving here Tuesday
evening. The Eagle will now be
printed   on   Tuesdays   and arrive  In
P.uv"-'   '(.'-���    -I-.    .;���       .'.,;���   -.-       '��� .;  f
much ueuer arrangement than heretofore.
Mr. Dorman must be commended for
his prompt attention to this matter.
And it is a pleasure to note the accomplishment of his official visit. If the
government would give us what Mr.
Dorman knows to be necessary for thc
faithful performance of the Lardeau's
mail service there would be no further difficulty.
The Mountain  Lion  J,   The Week's Record
Group  is   Paid for.
of Mininglntelligence
WATERWORKS FOR FERGUSON
A $10,000 System Likely to be Installed By Spring.
Five business men of Ferguson have
practically decided to unite and secure
a waterworks plant for this city. But
first of all to make sure of our natural
and valuable franchise���water rights.
These live men will put up the preliminary expenses, form a company, float
bonds and install a $10,000 plant. There
is sufficient patronage in sight right
now to |my 7 per cent, interest on the
bonds. The trustees will insert a
clause in their incorporation act,
agreeing to turn over the system to
the town, when incorporated, at cost of
installation and an advance of 25 per
cent. This will protect the town
against a private company making off
with everything in sight; and be a
good deal for both the live business
mon and tbe town.. Another meeting
will be hold within a fow days to tako
definite action along theso lines, and
tho chances are that by spring
Ferguson will enjoy one of tho best
waterworks systems in this provinco.
JANES-FHJON.
A Lardeau Young Oouple Married
At Rossland.
M, F. Janes, for some two years oro
sorter at the Silver Cup mine, formerly
of Colorado, and Miss M. Filion, of
Montreal, who spout the last summer
in Ferguson, were made one at Rossland on Wednesday last, lhe 12th.
The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hay, Le Hoi
Ave. The happy couple will reside in
Sandon this winter, and return to Ferguson in the spring. The Eagt.e
joins their many friends here in wishing them a long, happy and prosperous
wedded life,
The record in sales of mining
property is generally looked for in the
summer season; but it appears as
though only now we are receiving the
benefit derived from visiting investors during the past soason. They
come here and look around, choose
their properties, obtain options and
then away to the money markets of
the world to tell of our latent mineral
wealth, only awaiting development to
well repay tbe men who back their
faith up with their or someone olse's
money. With this successfully accomplished follows the incorporation of a
mining company; treasury shares arc
sold and aV'treasury" is opened. Thon
comes the fulfilment of the option or
bond, by which, as a rule, one or more
local pioneers receive a financial lift;
not always put on velvet, but generally
enough to square up all round and
something to make a fresh start upon.
This inspires new confidence in the
recipient and creates a feeling of
determination on tho part of the
buyers to send some more money
after the purchase price, in tbe way of
development. Usually if a careful
investment has been made, good
management prevails, and practical
mining men have charge of the work,
tho buyers are handsomely rewarded
for their efforts in tho ownership of a
dividend-payer. It is quite true that
there aro many untold difficulties to
surmount in such an undertaking, but
if people never venture they will never
win.
Nearly evory week the Eagle has
announced the final closure of some
mining deal in tho Lardeau, and this
week is no exception, for only a few
days ago M. C, Miller of Minneapolis,
representing capital of tbe same city,
paid ovor to Joseph C. Kirkpatrick of
Ferguson, and J. M. Miller of Rossland, the snug purchase price, in cash
and stock, of the Mountain Lion, or
Black Scott group.
This  group,   consisting    of    three
chtims, the Black Scott No. 1 and 2,
and tho Mountain Lion, is situated on
the southeast side of McDonald creek,
joining the well-known Black Warrior
group and also tho Old Gold group,
upon which there was so much work
dono this season. In fact the Mountain
Lion group lies practically in between
these   two   promising   groups.     The
Eagle     is      Informed    that   both
tho Black Warrior    and    Old  Gold
leads   run    paralleling    each   other
through this group. What prospecting
work there  has  boen dono also bears
out this conclusion, says our informant.
Ore  samples taken from the Old Gold
lodge, on tho Mountain Lion group,
galena and groy copper, were given S.
Shannon,  B. A.,  for assay  with the
following results:   $3,83 In gold, $371
70 in silvor  and  $57.55  in  lead, or a
total value of $432,58 to the ton.  From
tho other ledgo, the Black Warrior,
gallna samples picked at random along
it, assayed $31.50 in silver and $48.45
in load or $79.05 in all valuos to tho ton.
With tlio organization of a company
which  will   push   development work
next season,  and tho revelation of an
ore body of evon less values than the
above, another shipper will be added
to the list.     It takes time and money
to develop a mining property, especially  when  transportation is lacking
but  with  tlio certain  assurance  we
have of tbe latter for next season the
outlook  is  considerably   brightened.
Once this district reaches a stage
where  from  $50 to $100 ore, in  any
location, can  bo treated at a  profit,
thore will be no greater mineral producing region in Canada.
vessel's manager. Mr. Duncan has
como to tho conclusion the Eaglo would
bo an appropriate name. He has not
yet fully reached a decision in tbe mat
tor, but Eagle bas a national ring
about it and is not devoid of meaning."
The ''Eagle" will win.
THE LARDEAU
RAILWAY.
Superintendent
Marpole Says it
Will be Built in
the Spring.
'It has been fully
determined by the
Canadian Pacific
railway to extend a
branch railway line
into the Lardeau
country early during
the  coming    year.
Mr. Marpolo,   while
in Rosstand a few
ago, stated positively
that the road would
be built.
W.
So Says A Nelson Wholesaler Who
Visited Here Recently.
TRANSP0RTATJ0NACEL1TAINTY
W. F. Tye, chief construction engineer for the C. P. R., left for the east
this morning, says the Nelson Tribune,
after spending a week on this division.
During his visit Mr. Tye was in close
consultation with tho local magnates
of the road and the general impression
is that the building programme for j
1901 was under consideration., particularly as John G. Sullivun, chief engineer of the province, and A. F. Proctor, assistant engineer, were constantly
with Mr. Tye, It has been intimated
that the recommencement of work on
the Lardeau road and certain work on
the main line at Field, together with
the taking over of the Balfour extension were among the- leading items
discussed and it would surprise no one
to learn that other lines, possibly one
to tap the St. Mary's country were also
considered.
The surveying party which went into the Lardeau a couple of months ago
to continue the road west to Arrowhead
from Trout lake (and up to Ferguson)
has finished its survey and tho engineers in charge wero closeted here for
ii timo with Mr. Tye. While no definite announcement has been made
regarding thu Lardeau road, 'indications are not wanting, that tho road is
to be completed. Some light will
probably be cast on tlie matter a few
weeks hence when it will be scon
whether or not tho company starts
work on the wharf at tho Kootenay
lake terminal. This undertaking will
naturally be carried out ut low water
and its commencement will bo regard
ed as evidence prima facie of the com
pany's intention to start work in the
spring.
AMERICAN AND GOAT OPTION.
THE   SILVER    CUP   SITUATION.
Supt.   McNeil Away And No More
Ore Shipments This Winter.
GRKAT MINDS.BTC.
The New York Herald says:     "The
name  of the yacht to   defend   the
America's cup has been given much I materialize,
thought by W. Butler Duncan, jr., the | this conclusion,
A Company Backed By Rothchllds
Have Them Tied Up At
$20,000.
The four  Abrahamson bi-othors of
Trout Lake and Revelatoke and Thos.
Taylor, M. L. A., owners of the Goat
and American mineral claims, located
at the head   of Haskins creek, have
given an option to a representative of
a    company    which    the   EAGLE is
informed is backed b/ tho millionaire
Rothchllds.    The figure is $20,00(1, the
first payment  of  $3,000 being due on
Aug.   1st,   tlie second,    $:>,000,    two
months later, and tho balance $14,000
about the closo of the 1001 season. The
Eagle can say  nothing new  of tho
American.   It is already recognized in
this camp as one of our coming mines,
the only difficulty, as usual, being the
transportation problem.    The owncis
have demonstrated beyond   doubt the
presence of an   ore body of medium
grade values.
Never before iu tho history of this
camp havo such prominent capitalist
become intjrested in here. A great
deal will depend upon the present
options now given. If the 'Cromwell,
Mountain View and Blue .lay, American and Goat, and others wWoli it
might injure interested parties \o
enumerate at present, fulfil expectations, then the immediate future of the
Lardeau district is assured. With
millionaires in the���field no project will
be too large for them to grasp and
realize upon. It really does seem
singular to see Lardeau's new era
dawning, after waiting, full of con
fidence, so many years. But thero is a
time for everything and the time for
this district to advance in leaps and
bounds is now due and will surely
Everything  points to
Supt. D. G. McNeil of the Silver
Cup mine, who has for so long been
indent!fled with this portion of the
province, camo down on Monday on his
way to Cripple Crook, Colorado, his
home. Mr. McNeil has disposed of his
personal interests in mining properties
here and ��� may not return to the Lardeau. The Silver Cup shipment of $150
oro is now well on tho way to tlio Landing and no more will, the EAGLE is
sorry to say, bo shipped this winter,
nor in fact until tho railway reaches
hore. Only two mon remain at work
at the mine, they having a contract
whieh will last them ull winter. Mr,
McNeil expects to be in now York by
February 1st, where he will spend a
fow weeks in the enjoyment of 'Vivili
Zillion,M after a long, arduous and buc-
ceasful spell of mining experience in
thi" camp. Mr. McNeil is taking
with him some 300 lbs. of Lardeau ore
samples, tho host in the hind, which he
will place on exhibition in Salt Lake
City, Cripple Crook, II. is ton and New
York City, so that this district's
resources will receive considerable
advertising by Mr. McNeil's trip to
outside points, The chances aro a
big strong raining company to operate
in this camp, under Mr. McNeil's
management will he the final result.
And the EAGLE only hopes its surmise
is woll founded.
A Large Number of Propositions
Available   in   This   Favorable
District, and the  Capital is
in Sight for the Purpose
of Taking   Hold.
An impression Is gaining ground
that the approaching year will be the
red letter period in tho history of the
Lardeau country. Corroborative
evidence along this line is given to tbe
Tribune by a prominent wholesale
merchant of Nelson, who has just
returned from a business trip through
the country.
"The next boom in the Kootenays,"
he says, "will be in thc Lardeau. Now
that the construction of the railway is
assured there is nothing to prevent the
section prospering as it should in proportion to its possibilities from a mining standpoint. The showings on properties in the Ferguson and Trout
Lake districts which I have seen aro
simply wonderful and beyond the imagination of those who have not boon
actually on tho ground, Of courscthe
shipments from the various properties
speak volumes for thc richness of the
mineral deposits, but this gives no
idea of the number of propositions
available for developmet. The Triune
group is shipping 1-0 tons of oro which
past experience justifies them in
believing will net #.'1(1,000. Tho Nettie
L. has a body of grey copper three feet
In ..vWlrl. cud 2Sr. CjsBfc  Ul    \ Hgth   W.bicll
samples throughout over $^00 to thc
ton. But it is only those unusually
high grade properties which can ship
at a profit under existing circumstances, when transportation and other
charges run away with so much money
that any ore which will not run over
$100 cannot be handled to advantage.
Heretofore $")0 ore has not been pay
ore, but the advent of the railroad,
which is now a certainty fornext year,
Application will bo made to the
British Columbia legislature to incorporate a company for thc purpose ofi
constructing a railway from Grand
Forks lo Lower Arrow lake, via the
valleys of the north forks ofihe Kettle river to tho east fork of tbe. same
and ���Summit and Nagel creeks, a distance of about sixty miles. The pro-
jocted't-ailway is designed to tap Franklin and Gloucester camps, where large
bodies of low and high grade ore are
being opened up. The applicants are
Messrs. R. A. Dicksou, George Fraser,
E. Spragett, R. R. Gilpin, A. W.
Frasor, Fred Woolaston and J. A.
Coryell.
will   revolutionize   this condition   of
affairs and render available   scores of
properties   which    arc   not    in    the
bonanza  class,   but   which    will pay
handsomely when the conditions as to
transportation are  ameliorated,    The
assurance given by the railway people
that construction will be recommenced
in the spring has   had its   effect,  and
already mining men are going into tlie
Lardeau to pick up good tMngs and be
on the   ground   floor  when business
hogins to  boom.      Among  tlie well
known properties  in the   district are
the   Nettie L., Silver Cup, Cromwell
and American group.    Tho Nettie L.
will be a great mine eventually.   The
Silver Cup is being developed steadily,
but it is not shipping largely, tho ol -
put being regulated to meet a portion
of tlie outlay on  development.    Tha
owners aro awaiting railroad facilities,
when the property will become a big
producer.     Larde   brothers,   wl o own
tho Cromwell, have  mado trial ship*
ments   from   whieh   tho returns have
been astonishingly large.   It is a fold
proposition and promises tn be a record
breaker.       The   American   group    is
located   on "the same vein as the Nettie
L. and Silver Cup, but the formation is
unusual.   The vein comes  to nn apex
on the hogback hill whore  IS inches of
lean galena, is exposed.    With depth
tho     vein    widens   and   promise- to
becomo a wonder.   Thc list of valuable
propositions is as long as your arm and
more will bo heard of them before this
lime next year.    The towns of Ferguson and Trout Lako are sure to enjoy
the    prosperity   which   seems  to be
in store for the district.     I LOOK '!'< t
SKE   FERGUSON    BECOME   THE
ROSSLAND    OF  THE  LARDEAU.
while Trout Lake will be a good residential town.   The success of this district means much forthe Nelson wholesale  merchants   who   will    have   a
liberal share of any business transacted. Lardeau Eagle.
Published every Wednesday morning at the
office of publication) Ferguson, B (.'., by
It, P. PUTT I PIECE.
Advertising Rates; Display ads., $[.00 por
column inch per mouth. Legal ads. 12 centi
per (nonpariel) line for first insertion! 8centi
rorcach additional insertion. Heading notice*
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at, less than [nil rutus.
Subscription Ratos:   By mail or carrier. |I
per annum ; $1.00 for six months.  To foreign
addresses ji.w.   Stopi*ed at expiration.
lob Printing: Tho Eaglo job department is
well oquippedT and Is proparcd to execute all
kinds of printing at honest prices.
gtf^o cheques accepted.
Address ail communications to tho
1, VKIll.M   EAGLE,
FERGUSON, B,C.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER10, 1000.
INCORPORATION
With thd private corporations
grasping for everything lu sight In the
Lardeau, water rights, etc., might it
not bo just worth our while, in Ferguson, to prepare for the Incorporation
of tilts town, and mako it our first duty
as a city to secure these valuable
franchises, before they aro all gone.
in viow of tbo faot that a Minneapolis company is, right now, figuring
on installing an eloctrio plant to supply power and light for Forguson and
its near-by mines, utilizing the magnificent natural water power wo possess
on Lardoau creek, just bolow the town-
site, would it not be wise to look into
the proposition ourselves. If it is
lucrative enough for a private corporation to go aftor it is good enough collateral for this town to borrow money
on to carry out the samo idea. No up-
to-date town of today would think of
pursuing any other course than municipal ownership nf these utilities.
Tho location of Ferguson on a largo
flat bench, on tho north side of Lardeau creek, just at the conlluonco of
the north and south forks of tho same
creek, renders this an easy place to
secure n splendid sewerage system; and
this, combined with tho fact that a
natural waterworks supply is available
on Great Northern hill, so near at
hand, is all tho more reason wo, as a
town, should t;i.!;o the initiatory movement and tlius secure our inalienable
rights as a town.
While it may appear rather premature to talk incorporation, the F.AGLE
contends that it is not too, soon. No
one can deny but that thc first town in
tho Lardeau which organizes, pushes
ahead, incorporates, acquires nature's
heritage, and bas somo head to it
when any public action is necessary,
will bo the Rossland-Nelson of the
Lardeau.
Thoro is no need of the Eagle
quoting why wo should mako a move
along  these  linos. It must  bo
apparent to everybody interested in
tho town. Wo expoct tho railway
next season, wo could help it along by
concerted action; wo need a waterworks
and sewerage system, we need fire
protection, wo noed a daily mail service, we need local improvements,
such as sidewalks ; and tho only way
wo can got what we want is to join
hands and go after it.
If wo have tho courage of our convictions we should tako somo action as
to incorporation at once, for by tbe
timo Mr. Taylor gets a special act
from the provincial legislature, to
allow us to do so, there will bo enough
importance attached to tbo "coming
town" to warrant tbo action.
Noxt season is to be tho beginning of
Lardoau's bright future and also of
Ferguson's. Why not let us get into
a delin ate position to push it along. A
live progressive and pushing spirit
predomlncnt in tho united citizens of
Ferguson would bo far reaching in its
effect upon tho outsider so soon to cast
his lot among us.
Life, in tho individual, is what we
make it. It also applies to towns.
Will Ferguson, as a town, make up its
mind to hold the load it now enjoys?
It's all very well to have natural
advantages, but It behoovos us as citizens to mako the best use of them.
A meeting of tho taxpayers should
bo the first move; a committee eould
then be appointed to size up the ways
SCREAM LETS.
natural  franchises  so   likely   to   bo
swallowed up at any timo by a private
corporation; then apply through our     Wo canm)t smash the tl.u8t8i ttnd it
would be a very bad thing if we could.
member, Thos. Taylor, for a special
act to allow us to incorporate. By
the timo this is accomplishes tbo
actual timo for incorporation will have
arrived.
Think this proposition over carefully
Mr. Taxpayer, and let ns compare
uotes,
FROM THE SANCTUM.
Tho EAGLE wishes its readers, one
and all, a merry, merry Christinas.
May you long liva to cat turkey und
remain paid-up readers of this great
moral weekly.
Lardeau's long looked for railway
will soon bo a howling reality. But it
may bo that the following has some
bearing upon the subject: ''David
MeNieboll and Thomas Tait. of Mon-
real and Harry Abbott and George
MoL. Brown, of Vancouver, will apply
at the next session of parliament for an
act incorporating a company under tho
name of "The Kootonay and Arrowhead company," with power to con
struct ov operate a railway from a
point near Arrowhead, thence by tho
most direct route, via Trout lake, to
the northern end of Kootenay lake."
We can socialize the trusts, nnd it will
bo a very good thing whon wo do.���Thc
People.
There wero over a million votes for
the socialist; populist and prohibitionist prosidontial candidates. Had Bryan
received all the votes polled against
.McKinley, lie would have been elected.
Divorces are Increasing In Canada at
an alarming rate. There was a time
in Canada's history when a divorce
was an exponsivo rarity; but it appears
as though wo wero drifting into Uncle
Samuel's way of doing things.
Mining is the noblest of industries.
From it all cruelties of competition
should be eliminated. The miner
delves into the earth and brings forth
something which adds to tho comfort,
happiness and wealth of the world.
He is a producer and tbe world stands
ready to buy.his product. Gold mining
is the only industry of any magnitude
that is not directly under the domination of trusts and monopolies, It defies
tho manipulations of politicians and
ono industry to-day which offers a
fair return for money invested and
labor expended.���Mining and Scientific
A live newspaper is an important
factor in the upbuilding of any town
or district, especially in a mining
camp. The Cranbrook Herald, speaking of the work dono by country newspapers, says: "They stand week in
and week out, always ready to assist
nnd help, in business, in personul ambition, and in promoting the welfare
of tho community. Thoy may receive
their reward. As a rule, t.hny do.
Yet, there are always a few individual.-*
who have nothing for a paper but
criticism. The columns of any newspaper shows the progress of the town,
but nover any backward movement.
It preaches hopo and prosperity and
always has an abiding faith in the
people and tho community."
Tho Scientific American says that
"it is estimatod that no loss than 10,-
000 tramps are carried nightly on
trains, and*that 10,000 more aro waiting to steal a ride at tho samo time."
What made all these men tramps?���
Regina Standard.
It would seem as if in this age of
universal newspaper reading there
would be littlo chance for travelling
swindlers with the most gauzy of
schemes to make a living, but daily
reports of the successful operation of
time-worn devices for robbing mankind indicate that the supply of suckers keeps well up with the demand.���
Minneapolis Tribune.
Alex. McHae, late provincial constable and a defeated candidate for
representative of this riding, has been
enjoying a lot of cheap notoriety lately
sending his congratulations to successful candidates, and as head-push and
general freight agent for the Liberal
party at Revelstoke. Just let us know
what kind of a job you want "Sandy"
and we'll seo what we can do for you.
I
AN   UP-TO-DATl'l COM-
L'UKHKNSIVISAND
RELIABLE
The Loudon (Ont.) News, Toronto
Mail and Empire, Toronto World,
Winnipeg Free Press,Calgary Herald,
Kevelstoke Herald, Vancouver News-
Advertiser, Vancouver Province,
Seattle P.-L, B. C. Mining Record
(Victoria), Nelson Tribune, Nelson
Miner, Spokesman-Review, Rossland
Miner, aud Cranbrook Herald constitute a partial list of the newspapers
which quote the Fagle's mining (and
screamlet) news almost every week.
What the EAGJjfc lacks in voluminous
circulation and size, it trys to make up
for in live and reliable mining news,
so that its reproduction in other newspapers gives it a world-wide circulation. The EAGLE itself enjoys a larger
paid-up mailing list than any other
two of North Kootenay'a newspapers.
Ere another week has rolled around
Christmas day will havo come and
gone and possibly today's edition will
be as far as Arrowhead before the
closo of the nineteenth century. Tho
EAOLE might dwell at some length in a
prospective and retrospective history
of this camp, but wo'll leave this as a
winter's job. One thing la certain, wo
aro one year nearer the gra���getting
tho railway, and It is .almost certain
that the first Christmas in tho now
century will seo tho iron horse climbing and desonding the hills of thc Lardeau, laden with the precious mineral
taken   therefrom. Great    as the
changes havo boen during tho past
year they will in no wise compare witli
what is in store for uh during the next
twelvo months. Ferguson will bean
incorporated city, with all modern
conveniences, dozens of mines will be
shipping oro, hundreds of industries
will be established hi the camp and so
many things will be new in tho coming arena of this district that we will
scarcely realize that the conditions
which actually exist here today wero
possible. But enough; make up your
mind to enjoy yourself throughout the
festive season. You may be stone
broke,   on   ea?y  street  or planted   a
Showing the position of the
streams, mountains and passes,
waterways, every claim in tbe
Trout lake mining district, the
trails and wagon roads, location
of surveyed railways, and everything which will assist ah outsider to acquaint himself with
our district. Tiie production
nf this map has beon taken hold
of by two of tbo best fitted mon
for the purpose in the province,
Messrs. A. P. Cummins, P.L.S.,
and S. Shannon, B. A., both having personal and practical knowledge of the district.
The map is to be beatifully
lithographed in five colors and
entirely free from advertising
matter of any kind.
The urgent necessity for such
a complete map. probably 40 x -10
has long been felt by all persons
interested in this district; and it
is a pleasure to note that two
such able men havo decided to fill
the bill. The Price, tlie same
to all, has been placed at tho
sum of Sl.OO, prepaid to any
Address.
If You   Want ono or  Moro
Send your Address at
once to
The Lardeau Eagle
Forguson, B. O.
ALL WORK  GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packing
and Transfer Outfit.
HKADQUARTKJtS AT FERGUSON, B. C.
and means of securing, first of all, the year hence.
Contracts entered into for packing of
Mining Supplies etc., to any point
in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Froighting'/rom Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specialty.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
fjBRTINENT
<^M      POINTERS
For Prudent Purchasers
That the l.ardeau district has unbounded mineral
resources no well informed person will deny.
Tbe Lardeau district is on tbe eve of a now era,
bnpnght about by the wonderful developments, finds and
strikes made th"s season; along with the faot that the
construction of a railway by the C. P. It. is absolutely
certain for early noxt season.
The largo ore shipments being made this winter in
spite of the fact that transportation and treatment coBts
approximately $,'17 per ton, indicatos tbe high grado
naturo of our ores.
With cheap transportation next season, whon Lardeau's acres of low and medium grade oro can bo treated
profitably, the possibilities aro astounding.
The attention of outside investors has already beon
arrested and hundreds aro now malting arrangements to
operate in this district after the early spring���in fact
some of them aro hero now, securing bonds, looking for
and finding ground-floor propositions.
No district in Canada today oilers better Inducements
for the investor than this one. The mining business is
no monopoly. The poor man has even chances, at least
more so than in other lines. When ho finds a Triune he
doesn't have to sell. What other occupation in life can
a man follow where his chances with a wealthy competitor are less diminished than in prospecting and mining?
"There is a tido in the affairs of men, which, taken at
tbe flood, loads on to fortune." It may not bo your lot to
make a fortune, but if over there was an opportunity in a
mining camp, the Lardeau offers it today. Don't wait
until the railway comos; for then the prospector is not in
(.Ut. uumu need of m.'tu.y, tu ouivble him to ban:,' orft'
If yo.u have money to invest now is the timo to investigate. Come straight to Ferguson; you will lind mon hero
who have properties to sell; In fact Ferguson is the home,
the meeting place for prospectors and investors. The
owners, as a rule, will be found most reasonable and
always ready to give you information, cheerfully escort
you to their properties, ami otherwise interest you in
their interests. We havo the mineral resources and no
money to develop them. Will you come in and help us
and thus help yourself?
W   BE8TWI*)ES, LIQUOR8 AND CIGARS. BEST CUISINE SERVICE,   tt
<8&   FINELY EQUIPPED BAR. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED,   SI
BEST ��2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
..Hotel Lardeau
/. Laugh/on, Proprietor.
FergusoD, R C.
0��
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MININ'U MEN	
#
tt
CONVENIENTLY   {���'"
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
j��   NEATLY FURNISHED,
sjl   WELL LGIITED AND HEATED ROOMS. u'i'UATau un.' vunugu avm.   ,;_
Hotel Ferguson
THK PIONEER HOTEL OF THK LARDEA
���   The Bar is supplied with the best brands of f
k-^A (Pines, Liquors and Cigars.
R Headquarters for Mining 'and Commercial
*"* Men.   fender feet comforted,
IEftes #2.00 a day nnd upwards.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors, j
vl I
Promising Prospect at   The Head
of Brown Creek.
The Calcutta is one of many promising prospeots that we have in our mining camp. It is situated at tho head
of Brown creek, about nine miles
from Ferguson. Its owners are M. W.
Sullivan, who is interested in Cromwell No. 2, and J. H. Graham, Rossland, and I. O. Piper, Trout Lako.
Altho the claim was only located in
August of this year considerable prospecting work has boen done. Tho lead,
which shows up well, bas been stripped
for about 180 feet; and discloses a
promising gold, silver lend property.
Two shafts havo deen commenced at
each end of the surface work. One had
been sunk five feet and the other
seven feot when snow compelled discontinuance of work. Tho one assay
obtained showed $14.00 of gold, 35 per
cent of load and 41 ozs. in silvor.
METEORS DROP AND EXPLODE
A Ripple   of Anxiety   Caused  in
Ferguson on Friday Night.
Tlie meteoric display, lately discussed
in tho provincial press, must havo taken
placo on Friday evening last. About
10 o'clock at night tho piteh darknes-j
prevailing was suddenly lighted up, as
if by lightning, for almost a minuto,
instantly followed by two terrible explosions, near Ferguson, t which shook
the town and awakonod those not playing black-jack from a peaceful slumbor.
Eye witnesses say the scene was
amazingly beautiful; hut had *a slight
tendency to drive ones nerve to his
boots. Tho discovery of the spot
stricken by the fallen meteors will be
looked forward to with interest.
THIS is THE
UNION LABEL
ofthe United Hatters of North America. When you
are buying a FUR
HAT, either soft or
stiff, see to it thai
1 he genuine UNION
LABEL la sewed in
it. If ii retailer has
loose labels In I lis
possession nnd offers to put one ia a
hat for vou, do not
(. ronizo him. He
lias not any right to huve loose labels. Loose
labels in retail stores are counterfeits. Do nol
listen to any explanation as to why tbo bat has
no label. The Genuine Union Label is perforated on the four edges exactly the same as a
postage stamp. CouterfeltB aro sometimes
perforated oh three of tnfledg08,andsometlmes
only on two. Keep, a sharp lookout for the
counterfeits.   Unprincipled manufacturers nre
using them in order to gel rid of tlieir seab-
made bats. Tho John H. Stetson Co. and Henry
II. Koelofs, both of Philadelphia, Pa., are nonunion concerns.
John A. MOFFITT, President,Orange,N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary,477Park Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y,
Smoke Cigars
Anv       ill times Insist on the
box ring THE BLUE  LABEL.
Tt helps manufacturers to see the force
of paying fair and honest wages.
The Label Committee, c. M. I. U.
A SNAP IN REAL ESTATE.
v
1
Kr
*��
SMOKE
CIGAKS
UNION MADE  |
Lots S and 4, in block 10, Forguson townsite.
will b0 sold cheap for cash, if taken before Jan,
1st. Apply or write at once to R,P, Pettipieee,
Ferguson, B. V.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Do not bo annoyed if at the expiration of
your subscription the Eagle ceases to fly your
way. Due notice will be sent you and if there
is no response your nainu will bo cut off. It
saves us lime and money, and "business is
business."
To Lardeau Patrons
The CIOAIt unci siTATlo\'K!*v business
whieii i uavoDOQUConduotlngit* Rovolstoke
opposite the station, has been sold to .!. \V,
BENNETT. Thanking yuu all for your
past patronage and soliciting acontlnuanoe
lor my successor, I remain, yours,
The Union Label
On everything yon buy Is a guarantee
that the producers thereof receive a/air
rate of wage-- for its production.
INSIST ON HAVING THE LABEL.'
I
See lhat this Label is on all Clothing you buy. I r^
 I[i
Chas. J. Aman.
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel.
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to mo
at once und I'll guarantee its repair.
My shop is in tbo Eagle bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
Midi
AND SOO LINE.
STILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE
id
On all trains from KcvcIbIorc and
Kootenay Landing,
MINING PROPERTIES
In tho Lanlenu
Por Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
S. THOKNTON, LANGLEY & CO.
KOSSLAND, B.C.
Promoters    of    Legitimate   Mining
Enterprises,
CASH      I
ist
Passing Diiiiinore Junction daily for
St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and
Boston, -Mondays and Thursdays/or
Toronto. Samo ears pass Revelstoko one day earlier.
No Trouble to Quote Rotes and Give
You a  Pointer  regarding  the
Eastern Trip You Contemplate takinrj.
Fall and Winter Schedule Effective
apply to
rates, tlokoti
and  (ull Information
Will   tret   you   anything vou >'
want   from  A.   G.  FRASER, J
General   Dealer,     Thottisun'd 5
Landing, 1.1. O.
J. MoCKEEHY, Agent Arrowlimul.
T. \V, BBADSHAW, Agt, RevolBtok'e.
Or to	
Vi. IT. ANDERSON, T. I'. A��� .Vols���, It. ('.
E. .1 c.'OVf.E, Assi. I'asa.Ait., Vancouver, B. C.
*' If you want. ALL the mining news
of tlio Lnrdeuu you must becomo a
paid-up reader of tho EAOLE,
?
f
FERGrUSON
Is the
i
The place where
the Mines are.
COAIK AND rNVKMTIOATJ-; HOK YOURSELF. ���
OSS
Probably the Safest and Most Lucrative
Investment  in  British    Columbia    today
is Real  Estate   in   the   town  of
ERGU
THE   PLACE   WHERE   THE   MINES   ARE
AS   CAN  BE READILY SEEN FROM THE   ACTUAL   RECORDS
OP ASSESSMENT, OIRTIFICATES OP IMPROVEMENTS,
DEVEL-
OPMENT, NEW STRIKES IN VARIOUS MINING PROPERTIES
SURROUNDING FERGUSON AND THE FACT THAT A RAILWAY WILL REACH HERB NEXT SEASON. NOW IS THI:
TIME TO BUY. THE DEMAMD FOR FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
WILL BE TOO BRISK BY SPRING TO SECURE THE SAME
VALUES AS NOW. CHOICE LOTS ALREADY DISPOSED OF
ARE CHANGING HANDS AMONG PRIVATE OWNERS AT
DOUBLE AND MORE THAN OUR PRICES. AND IT IS QUITE
REASONABLE TO SUPPOSE THAT THE TOWNSITE PRICES
WILL BE ADVANCED AS THE DEMAND FOR LOTS INCREASES.
Ferguson is the
Coming Tom
FERGUSON IS RECOGNIZED BY ALL TO BE THE BEST
LOCATED AND LAID OUT TOWNSITE IN THE LARDEAU
DISTRICT. ITS UNIQUE POSITION, AT THE BASE AND GATEWAY TO THE GREAT NORTHERN, NETTIE L. AND SILVER
CUP HILLS, ENTITLES IT TO THE WELL KNOWN LOCAL
MAME-THE PAY ROLL CENTRE. FERGUSON IS THE HEADQUARTERS AND OUTFITTING POINT FOR ALL THE MINING MEN NOW OPERATING IN THE DISTRICT
POINTER,   MAKE   ENQUIRIES.
ACCEPT A
COME     IN     AND    SEE    FOR
YOURSELF AND YOU WILL AGREE WITH CS THAT FERGUSON REAL ESTATE IS THE BEST THING NOW OFFERED
AS   A   SAFE    INVESTMENT   IN   THIS   COUNTRY   JUST   NOW.
To
FOR
W. N.
Get in on the Ground Floor
You must buy now
PRCES OF LOTS, ETC., APPLY TO
Henry Floyd, Local A\gent
BRAYTON, General Agent.
^a^l^^^^Bg^^^BgB^S M EH ONI HEWING ITEMS
The Cup's 200-ton ore shipment will
be at tlio smelter before Christmas.
A coward is a man who will make a
personal attack in a newspaper upon
another person, underalictitious name.
The Calgary Daily Herald has been
enlarged to an 8-page 0-oolumn sheet,
a. decided improvement on tho old 4-
page 8 column style.
Hu^h Ross a pioneer of this district,
and who owned a one-tenth interest in
tho Metropolitan group recently sold,
left for coast points last week, to
spend thc winter.
Mrs. S. O'Connor, proprietor of the
Windsor hotel, left for Medicine Hat
yesterday. She will visit eastern
points aud return to Ferguson in tho
course of two months.
The full returns of the election are
as follows: Gallihor. 3,116; Foley
2,058; McKane, 2,59o. Galliher's
majority over Foley is 457, and over
McKane 520, whilo Foley has (ill votes
moro titan McKano.
David McNicholl, Thomas Tttlt,
Montreal, and George McL. Brown of
Vancouver, are asking the incorporation of tho Kootenay and Arrowhead
railway company to run from Arrow-
hcud, B. C, via Trout lake or Duncan
river to tho north end ofKootenuy lake.
The approaches to the bridge which
the Canandinn Pacific Railway is
building across the Columbia rivor
near Robson, are completed, and
material for the abutments aro now
being taken in. The work of constructing the bridge will occupy i several
months.
Tho Canadian Pacific railway company intonds doubling up its Imperial
Limited service. Tho running time of
thc Imperial Limited from Vancouver
to Montreal, a distance of 11,000 miles
will bo scaled down from 00 hours to
88 hours or loss. This train will be
confined to first class traffic. The second class and immigrant business will
be confined to a second train.
Tho Seattlo Post-Intelligencer, one
of tbe most widely read daily papers in
tho west, reproduces nearly all the
EAf.'LF.'s mining news every week,
The Eaole gives the Lardeau mining
notvs, and the P.-I. helps us to circulate
it. The P.-I. also gives due credit, for
same; a pointer for some of the B. C.
newspapers who make a cold steal.
A correspondent asks why 1000 is
not, a leap year. When the Gregorian
calendar was adopted, the rule was
made that every fourth year should be
a leap year, except years ending in
two zeros or centurinl years. C'entur-
ial years are not leap years unless
thoy are dlvisable by 400. The year
1000. is therefore not a leap your, but
2000 will be.
In connection with tho Christmas
ttnd New Year's holidays the Canadian
Pacific railway will put into effect the
usual local holiday rates of single fare
for tlie round trip. Passengers can
purchase tickets on the following
dates: December 22nd, 23rd, 24th and
25th, good to return January 3rd, and
on December 20th, 30th, 31st and January 1st, good to return on January 3rd.
After months of litigation tho Balmoral hotel of this eity has been
restored to its original owner, Andy
Cntn-nins, who took possession last
week. Mr. Cummins is re-furnishing
lie: place from cellar to garct and
is now ready to accomodate the public. The bar is being nicely arranged
und somo of the best "brands" are to
found hero. Mr. Cummins' reputation
throughout the province as a first class
chef is a sufficient guarantee that the
cuisine service will be the best the
market, affords. With Arthur Peel as
mixologist and a hustling proprietor so
well known co tho public as Andy
Cummins, tho EAGLE bespeaks success
for the Balmoral hotel.
* When you reach Trout Lake City
register ut the Queen's Hotel, Abrahamson Llros., proprietors, Good
accomodation ; best service; choice
wines, liquors and cigars; fire proof
sttfe ; rates reasonable.
A Christmas tree entertainment will
be given in Trout Lake on Christmas
eve. On the 20th a masquerade ball
will elso take place in Hume's hall.
The proposed ontertainmentand dance,
hore, in aid of an organ fund, has been
dropped for the present, but will probably take place early in the new year.
Send the ">iEagle"
to your friends.
NOTICE.
WHAT BECOMES OF SILVER,
Tho supply of white metal continues
about as largo as ever, notwithstanding Its so-called demonetization, as for
many years the yield from the mines of
i be world exceeded $200,000,000 measured by coining value. Vet there is no
apparent surplus at this time: upon
the contrary it seems to be appreciating in value, since tho Uuited Statos
mint Ib uow paying oil cents per ounce,
compared with 40 cents a few years
since,   Silvor is still coined in large
a: its with every indication that it
ivti, he coined in future in still greater
amounts than hns boon the case for
many years. In 1898 th�� United States
coined it to the valve of. $23,000,000;
Ai' vi " &21,000,p0d; Russia, S22,l!0:J,l)()0;
.l.'.i ':i *���".0110,000. Figures show'that j
the i.oit,.ij>H of silver of ull countries!
during that year was 8146,250,000,
The following applications have been recelv
nl lor liquor licenses In the Ferguson digtrlot:
Ferguson Hotel, 1). Ferguson, proprietor.
Balmoral Hotel, Cuimnirigs & MeNab, props.
Windsor Hotel, Mrs. Surali O'Connor, prop.
1'ark Hotel, Wm. Baty, proprietor.
tlreen Slide Mountain Hotel. F. F. Fulmer.
proprietor.
R.  A.  UPPER,
Chief License Inspector.
The Chamber of Mines
Soil tit or tl   lirlllsh   Columbia
(Kootenay and Vale)
The Chamber of Mines wants thoroughly
reliable corrosnondiMitK in every enmp In the
districts of Gust und West Kootenay and Yale
lo whom reasonable compensation will he
paid for iheir service. Correspondents will be
expeoted to furnish the Chamber of Mines
with all development going on at the mines
tho installation of machinery, shipments of
nre aud value, and generally such news as will
attract Ihe attention of capitalists and cause
them lo investigate and invest..
Applications to be addressed to tho
CHAMBER OF MINES
Southern British Columbia,
(Kootenays and Yale)
I'. O, Cox 678 ROSSLAND, B. C.
T.A. Wilson, M.D., CM.
L. R. C. P. & s.   [Queen's University.]
Provincial Coroner, Ktc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
I
sSB^^agSfc
Ferguson, B. C\
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B\ C.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To LILLIAN HOAR. J. W. M. HOAR, R. S.
WILSON nnd O. I). HOAR:
Take notice that we the undersigned Co-owners with von of tlie .Jumbo, Florence, Unidn
Jack, 'Jnnadian Boy, indopendant and I'arrs-
boro mineral claims, situated on the south
fork of tlio tardeau creek in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kaitenny in the
Province of liritish Columbia, have performed
ami recorded tlie assessment work and made
the expenditure required to be done and
rouordeu on the above mentioned claims for
the year 1899 as well a* the yeais 18'.i8,1807 and
1R96 under section 24 of the Mineral Act and
the years for which such work was performed
and expenditure made having expired we do
hereby give vou notice pursuant to Section 4 of
the Mineral Act Amendment Act 1000, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure
forthe years hereinbefore mentioned within
iiu days of tlie first publication hereof.
Hated ut Trout Lake thisliJth day of September A. I). 1900.
II. M. CARTER,
.I.C. KIRKPATRICK.
81-45 L. THOMPSON,   Co-Owners.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
ToC. ('. BENNETT:
Ta'. u notice that I tlie undersigned Co-owner
with yuu of the "Brer Fox" mineral claim situated on ihe northwest side of Haskins ereek
anil auonl three miles from its mouth and being a scmth-easterlv extension of tuo Fayal
minora! claim in the Trout Lake Mining Division, of vest Kootenay, in tlie province of
British Columbia, have performed and recorded thc assessment work and made the ex
pondititre required to be done and recorded on
the tibuve mentioned elaim forthe yenr 1899
under sectional of the Mineral act and the
veur for which such work was performed and
expenditure made having expired I do hereby
cive vou notice pursuant to section 4 of tlie
Mineral Act Amendment Act IP0O, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure for
the venr hereinbefore mentioned within M
days ofthe lirst publication hereof.
Hated at Trout Lake thfsHth day of November, A. I). 1000,
87-49 PETER McVEIOH, Co-owner.
THE LARUE All DISTRICT AS A
profitable lield for the judicious
advertiser is unexcelled in this province. THE LARDEAU EAGLE Is
the only medium actually covering
the district.   An ad. In the EAGLE
will reach moreneojile in Ferguson,
Trout Lake city, Thomson's Landing, Comaplix, Camborne, Arrowhead, Ten Mile, Circle City and
every solitary mine in tho district,
than any other paper published.
NO OTHER DISTRICT IN CANADA
offers such splendid opportunities
for good wide awake advoitlsers,
Do you want mor*> business? Then
write at once for our advertising
rntes and place vour putronaue in
thc only medium that actually
coven; thc   field	
T" Lardeau Eagle
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, El'C.
OFFICES :     REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.
Goo. 8. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. l'inkhnm.
J.M.Scott, B.A..L.L.B.
iiAKi... rial, I   LICITOR, ETC.
OFFICES:   McKENZIE AVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.H. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service* in school house every
Sunday at 8 p.m    junilay school nt it p.m.
Trout Lake City . Services In Forrester's
hall every Sunday at 7:!!0 p.m. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.
REV. S. .1. GREEN. I'astor
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, 11. O.
FERGUSON AND TEN-MILE.
MllfS %
General Blaeksmithing
and Repair Work	
Promptly attended to at moderate rates.
Horse shoeing a specialty.
��� PKEl). DESJAKDINE.
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All Lardeau's leading hotels handle it.
Manufactured hy the
Enterprise Brewing Co.,
Revelstoke, B. C
Imperial Bank
^ssssh.*��� of Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, $2,600,000.00.
CAPITAL PAID UP . . 12,458,003.00.
REST $1,700,000.00. -
General Nanking Business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Bavings
Department at current rates.
A. R. bThBARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
: FIELD (J8 BEWS,
���    Druggists
Chemists
Stationers
�� a specialty.
If you need anything in
Photographic
Supplies.,.
Send tn the
CANADA DKUG& BOOK CO.,
KEYELSTOKE, B. C
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   ,   .
AKROW LAKES, B.C.
Thc most complete resort on thecontinont
of North America. Hltuated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegrnphie communication with
all purls nf the world. Two malls arrive and
depart every day. Its baths cure all nervous
and muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
kidney, liver and stomach ailments. Its
births and waters are a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS: Hfl to
flH per week, according to residence In hotel
or villas.
Job Printing
MEN'S  CLOTHING
We have just placed in stock the bluest
and best assorted stock of gents' clothing, miners' Mackinaw Clothing, overalls, Overshirts, Underwear, Sox, etc.
Every need In the above lin,es at
prices   consistent    with    quality   at
A
Lardeau's Leading Store
You need It in your business,hut you want
It done neatly and In an up to-date style,
and of course at a moderate ptlce. We can
furnish you with anything you need In the
printing line, but to Jog your memory will
mention Bill Mend;, Statements, Receipts,
ICnvelopos, Letter Heads, Business Cards,
etc.. any of which you may be in Immediate
need of.    Telephone or write
'-  The Lardeau Eagle
Our Boot, Shoe, and Overshoe line gives
the best choice in the district and our
stock of General Merchandise cannot be
excelled. Get your Christmas supplies
from us. Wo treat you right, our prices
arte right and'quality always guaranteed.
innon k Si
>�� Christmas 8
FERGUSON'S
\ Post Olce Store
Greetings if
BATHO & CO.
$&h4��
Don't Send to Eastern Sweat-Shops for
Goods until you try the
GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Send for Prices, samples and particulars
. . . Bourne Bros.
C. B. Hume & Co.,
Wholesale and Ketail
��-��    General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Revelstoke.
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
nnd GENTS' FtJHNISHEIt.
-BEV8MT0KE, B.C.
H.G. PARSON
Wholesale  Dealers In
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
Tho Beit Goods Only.
Stock Large and Complete.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
\1
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