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Array s )I..III. NO. 12.
FKIUiliSON. HRITlSll COU'MUIA. MAY I. 11)02.
S2.II0A YKAI{.
HllR
LI1AI) TARIFF
Deduotlon from Grose*. Profits of
Mine Product n-e.
D^lAPITALFOllB.n.SMELTEHS
Faots Clearly Point to Stirring Times
in Silver Lead Minim.
Industry.
P.rANDARD BASIN.
On Silvei'-leit.l ore and silver hulllun
jolng from H U. lllt.i the States for
treatment an Import duty is charged ol
one cent und a half p.er pound on the
lead uonteius, Thai* duty, In uddititn
to the friiighf, and ti'esitinenc charge,
dedticiiiiiis ior 7.111c. etc., has to be out
by tho producer; after Unit he pays llic
govurnineur iivr,. our cent, royalty on
his supposed gr, us profits, which means
nearly four per cent, on his actual
profits', llftMi- ihiili. hu pays ull mining
ehurg's, wear and 1 enrol' uiuchlnei.,
plant, buildings,, etc ; after that���he
looks ,;l	
To tn Ito km ma 1111 le for I tie pm*|io?e
of BlliivUtig l.ln* eo niriisl iiutwcen gress
and net vaiOes, ��*tit*i'B ihu question ul
the Impurl, uiii.i t'o tlio United Slates
does hot arise, let ns suppose a producer
ships 10 Nelson hi 1 ur��� running SO per
cent, load, und 0, iit.vIiiu Hu ounce-of
silver lu lhe ton it "d that, lend is won I,
$-..!.", per lUUpounc is, and silver 55 couls
an ounce,   liicn 11 e liavi*:
GHOSH VAS .UK t'Kll TON.
l-rliic**. MlnliiR ami Development -Join-
pun*/ Doln*- linud Work.
On the properties uf the Prince
Mining and Development company
situated in the Standard basin a force
of seven men have been engueetl all
nInter driving a crosscut tunnel. They
are in about 500 feet nnd expect to
er sscut tbo lead in about 40 feet
further.
This property has already been
tested by a shaft which Is down over
70 feci nnd when lhe liiug luunel laps
the lead tney will have a depth of
nearly 200 feet. .Tho ore is copper and
.old mid averages about $05 00 in all
values.
At about 35feet from tbo surface the
owners crosscut lire lead and exposed
niiiH feet of solid ore.
Mr. Scott, the wull known mining
enyineei* reported 00 the property for
���ome eastern parties und in his report
he staled Unit the propel't) hud nil tne
iuilicuiions uf making 11 great mine,
Tho company is eoioposed ol Hovel-
-toku parlies wlio have shown tlieir
lulu in the properly by pulling tlieir
money in it.
tt .1. Brown, who is one of the coir,-
pany, wus io Furgusuti und iiituiideu
looking over thu Vtilcuu smeller with
a view uf coming to some arrangement
with tbe Vulcan company tu puts
siiieltur on their prope ty.
II IJi\
B. C. OUTLOOK
'-X-NSOLIDATE PHOENIX MINES.
Lead -1.0UU lb;
Ins ..... .
811vei*--3tfolifli
hi.   $2.35 por 100
cs 1 it, one pur or,,
.$2*1 50
10
Tiitill cross  i'�� .In- $lu 111
NET  VALUE   PUB    TON   ALLOWED   UY
SMBI .TER,
Leuii-.-Miicller pllj.s (or lend less
81 per 100 Hi.-, uflol' tell per
cent. <*f lend eunteiils bus
been uediieieil ; l.utm lbs of
lend less III pe 1 eon =111111 Ills.
(Kill Hi- lend 111 $1 35 pel' 100
IPs  $12 15
Sllvel���Sin, ller ,, nvs I,*.--, fl pur
c.elll. Ilf e,Mh,.'Ills; 3U ounces
hi It HI* 'ess fl pel* COIIl. ���2850
PZ..UI, fl.ie pel ��� oz $15 I.M
Gro-s value iiIIikihiI lo* sineltui',
Deu'.icl. frulght null, 1'e.g.llnuol...
Total nut value  $12 82
In tin* citsu if nn ore running 12'
ounces silver, SO pur cent. lend, and 10
percent ���lnc af, the above prices, tin*
gross vuhio would bo -.1112 n ton, Tin
value allowed b.\ the sineltui would In*
$80 III,, from which Sufl fin freight niv
ti-eniniuui. and $3 641 for excess of sslm
would be deducted,, leaving the nol actual return 10 1 tit) producer only rjlil M
for no 010 of 11 ��� ruiM. value of $102 pel
ton    lu oilier  " lis  Iho   deduction,
windJ eniou lo flu 20 per ton, As pi lis ���
now nre ihu pionnec i.ets itlioui ?>l 2'
per 1011 lbs lor h.ls lend or a cent ., 1
one*IIfill a pound. In the Suites, uwitu
to Ho1 |��',,IiIiii<iii,v lllitj Imposed on tin
laipnriiitioii of lend iiheiher ns ,,i>
bullion, or llliinill'iii'llll-mi luiilt, Ihu pn.
diiccr gels fill 1 $2 per 100 Ihn mon
than llic prodiicui lo li CI.
A st-ruugeuiiumuH iirlsos where tin
man win, pufd his cent nnd u hull i,
pound ou Handling Ins ore Into tin
Suites wunisio buy lu.nl produced fron
thui very sum*- mineral, lf ho wants
pig lend he payn 15 per cent., and If he
wall In Iciol pipe, lend sheet, red lean,
whilo lead, litharge, or paint, he pnys 6
per cent, to our customs. The lead industry Is cut Into at, both ends, and the
producer, ��ho lo tho loug run is tin
rsal sudoral', is caught between the
devil of tho duty on the export of the
raw ii.uicrliii, mm the deep sea of the
Caiiudiiiii duty wliuu lie wants to,
inaiitiftiotured ut'tiol*- which us things
are, uauiiot possibly bn mined outbeiv
at a profit.
Recently a committee from the B. C.
Bourn-* ul Trado waited on tbe government at Ottawa, The foregoing fncts
were warrant enough for thoir asttlug
thn. nn me pru eellonol llielrdustr,,
whi-' '. i'jo bauk-.boneof B. C., an.lm-
Dim-It**,* Ileal.
A Vancouvea dispatch suyn it is reported in that oity that Mr. Junius J.
Hill, president of the 11 rent Northern
r.iilwuy, bas acquired a large interest
in the (iranby smeltor ut Outid Forks,
Ou tbe report boing investigated il
wus found 'lint the authority isadis-
paleh to the effect mentioned sunt oul
irom Grand Forks. It is stniud now
Hint the report is admitted by Ho*
-uiMliur officials to he correct.
This wus enough io induce the published statement Hint tuu dcul would
eventually ho consummated whereby
nu American syndicate would secure
the entire holdings ol tlio Granby Consolidated company for $22,000,00(1. The
-oieliur properly is one of the lurgesl
a d probably one ul iho must extensive
ni UieNortnwHst.���Y.x.
Items From Papers Bead Ei.i'oro
the Imperial Institute.
MINING AS AN INVESTMENT
Low  Prioe  of  Copper Affecting
Mining But B. O. Prospects Still
Good Investment.
Run tt( thu Vulcmu.
The Los Angeles Mining- Review
���ay.-: At thu Vulcan smelter there was
il run t ii tide thin week ul li)U0 pounds til
ore irom a group of claims near ihe
Colorado river, i weed hy Messrs. Peter
Waiters und William Haerlo, Jr., of
L>it* Angeles. The result uf tiie run
���vu-300 pounds nf cupiier bullion, being
wi til til u fruction of Hi pet* cunt, cf tlie
ore. Tbere are fourteen chil pis In the
group, and they are situated ahoui W
miles -south oi Needles on the California
Hide of the Colorado. The results ol
tlie run ut ihe Vulcan smelter huve
proven to be ho goud thu owner* un-
nounco their Intention of putting upu
-{.i-ton plant.
Continued ou Pago T\.q,
Till* Toilil IVtfMllU.
���(Joo. Weir wu* down thi* week from
the Tonuwundu. Ueorge Informs u**
in.ii tbey mt* now in over 18U fuel
ind have stinted to croleCllt the bij,
it due.
Tbey have been drifting ulong the
foot wall for the ln-i fit) feot and Itileud
to ciOhseut to tllti limiting wall.   III.*.
xpected lhat the crosscut will uoubout,
lie width of tim ledgot
A   good   nmtiy prospector! in camo
ire of the opinion that f it Im property Id
ii the same belt us the Ki��h Oreek
.Mild proposliluus, If on further
development thin slum Id prove to be
ilie ease, the property will undoubtedly
class among the must vuluuble pro post*
lions Iii the eamp.
Will Nut ltt-Ux.
Speaklnfr In London last Friday
ni-}.lit, Mr. Brodiiel.-, the necretary lor
ivar, aaid: ''Weure, perhaps, in sight
of peace, bill in the interval we are
���.endin<f out men and material to carry
tin the war for another yeurora'iif
neeesssary, that belutr the only opirit
wherein the government oan interpret
tho will of the nation und approach the
arrangements for the cuaclunion of
peace.1*
The followingurerltpped from Bulle
tin No. 2 of Dureau of Provincial In
formation, entitled British Columbia ul
io-day, and wr'tteu by Hon. J. U. Tin-
tier nnd read by him ui* me meeting ut
the Imperial Inbtitute held ut Londoii
un Feb. S4l.li:
Tlie low price of coppor is proving
prejudicial to the lower grades of cupper mines, but with Unproved appliances-, cheapening the uhurges for reduction, they will be omtbled In the
near future to be worked profitably.
kX'errieiiy may eveDlijallv ulYect tint,
and at the preaeut time a new plan ol
concentration by the oil procecs Is bu
ing tested in Lumiuu. 1 am informed U
has proved mobl ��uc'.e**aiut on thu ores
of ttie Leltel and Urit.uinia Group-;
tbe Btivlnt. effected on thu cost h- fo
rfivat us lo enciire a pl'^tit uti the pro
���iU't. You may indeed feel coiilloein
Mini the iiiyeiruity of ih�� minluu men
.Mil eventually uevise plamj to mm.*
mi��e churyes, ��u thut uiu.*i of tne wai*u
tire bodies will lie ^.o.'hud |>i��>titui'i*..
L have not, *,et meiHuiiied Iruu; ���thlb
lUiuei'ltl tne province or ii. C poc
HCf.net- in ubutidance, ;iul it hus ucurcol,\
m en cotiflldoiTd >el. An Amerleuu
coiopiiii.-. however, hits cuiitrueled lui
u large quantity ol tins ore from the
wi-st coast uf Vatic.inver Island ami
from near llouo suunu, tosupply smei-
Lers I ti lie stale of Washington. Ai
tlienu fuels uiit-^g me feel coiilhiclil I'lial
the mining imlUctry of liritish t'olum*
biulHonly just begiuniiig tu run; It is
in lis iiilaiii;,\, but in a very slroug uuo
iieaitoy inUnit���-a tiercules, in hiii.
iimt lit even now proving that It can
strangle lhe serpent ol ilillleulty.
MINING AS AN INVKSTMENT.
Uia litqueiitly ntiitiu hole thut the
miiieh oi ���lirttibh Co.umbia hiiveuoi
proved reiUUtterutlve,iunJ,i oii-aequentl,\,
ure nut llHoly to ho sully lit for b-,
Uritish investors! out slmilur slate-'
ments Here orlginuil*, muiJe ubt ut the
Ali lean mines, und also, uolubl) , aoonl
Die gieut initi.uu dlstriuU in the United
-JlUle* Lo the south ot lit lllith (. ol 11 Iii Old
Uow many years tbeoe wore ma sort ol
citi'-t.-Hiis slate, giviiifj liarui> any return to the |uve*turs in limin. bio
AlUUI'luaile ure tioiuewnai lUOI'ti vi-mluru
miiui- louii firltlsh III IU lllg lliOn! the-,
take hold ol milling properties in uo
tariy ���luge, mid lliuugh muuj of liiem
may nol piu\u prolhuulu on develop
uieiit, still, ii one oi a dozen turns out
to uo good, it pa.ts a large profit ou the
uont oi aii (.no veuiureB, hecauso it wus
nought in the early staye utu low price
Americans muy bo said, in fact, t *
work ou the insurance principal ol
a��erage in these mutters, aud the result is ofteo seen b> the fuct CllUl, after
developing the good mine i > a certain
extent uiut taking out probably a large
amount of wealth, ills sum ut a ver>
high price to bouie English com pail),
thut will buy only developed Uii.'ieo,
ihecoiicenuei.cu being Lhut, the b-tigli&li
couipuoj uaving put au excessive capital into the underiukiiig, goud divi-
Uetids Oeeoiue  Very ditllcult tu realize.
Painto.rs und decorators of St. John
S. B., report work active; wages t- a
day.
Ht'Horu tl <jO.il Strike.
Thero U a report yoiug arounu town
as we go to ��� press that i^rauK Puliner
has muue a big btrike on Die Beatrice,
ltumor hus il thut he has crosscut
live feet of hi^h grade gold ure. The
Kugle sincerely hopes too roport will
1 prove true.
Tha Eagle In $2 u year.
Uciil Id  t'otttljliit*   the   lloinhiiiiii   Copptfl
Cuin|iitny Hint Siiutv Shim -Uroiip.
Tbfive is a deal on fur ihe consolidation uf the Dominion Copper com pun j
and the Snowslioo Oold and Coppei
Mines, limited, whoso properties are
sltuaicd in the Phoenix camp, suys tbe
Colonist. The control in the former
company is held by Senator Cox, Kohl.
J affray and Mackenzie & Mann, all cf
Toronto. The property includes the
Brooklyn und Slemwinder mines. Jus.
Breen. the smelter mail, undertook to
do u la rye aiuouutof development work
last year iu return for a controlling
interest in tim stock. It was also stipulated that lie should huild u siueltei' loi
the treuliiieiil of oies After Breei
liuil spent over $1U0.U0U ol his own
money, no it is ShlU, lie had a dlHUgfee
ment with tlie Torunto cupltullsls, uuo
withdraw, receiving au equivalent n
muck, hut not the control, for the oe
velopiliuut work he bad di rcc leu.
The group,is commonly regarded u��-
oiie ol the most promising in the Hound-
an. in ul one already on u busts tu bhij
u lurye toniuige daily, 'lhe snowshoe
4roup in nearly .t mile distant. It Is on
a shipping basis und could eu��il) shii
lino luiis dully. Bcsidcb the imdei��
^I'OUlld workings the ore rati In- quitr
ried from huge opeu cuts in the surface.
Tlie failure of tiie management
hitherto to ship except for experi
mental purposes is ascribed to the fuel
that it bad been decided to wait until
the mine owned its own smelter. 'I hi
compiiny 1ms u uuplttll of ov-r ��250.001',
and the coutrol of a majority of i; n.u-
jority of Lite shares is heiii by Hnti-l,
Golumblu, ilosslutid and -stocuti syndt-
calo, lhe vendor which spent over -��U50,a
000 lu development work.
The Karl ol ClieHlerlleld is f-huii mnn
G. S. VVatorloo deputji ctiairinun, .uu
the muiiHt-ing director, A..J* McMilhti
tbe luiier of Lionsiuud li is under-
stood thai lhe iiejjollulioiis ure now n.
uu iidvuneed stuye.
Il au umaiiiiuuutluu of the two iii in
panies is afTeCled. u nu oiler for liii
tieaimetit ol the ore of both infiiHswili
be erected at some point. IntheKettU
river valley,
C* !j
m
m{r
PiiMVKi*-t (''i'diii in-*- Uunltoi City.
Beaton's enterprlsliig inerelmnl, r\
O Fraser, presented tlie Kagle with i
tiox of htvel\ tain.- Bowers liii?. wee! ,
tvhleh i�� a rare thing In this neck o tin
woods. Wo prize them very litae ltl>
and cannot And words In whicli to ex
(ires* our sincere thanks lo Mr. Frasei
for this beautiful L'lfb. In a nole in
com pan,-! ing the Bovvers. Mr, KrHH'r
-ay-: "About liv io'itH have (ill* ady
heeen planted in potatoes, The ^ras-
is it bout two Inches long a- d trees hi e
in le.vf. Seventeen uutol llfiy five lots
ii ive fio**n tHkuli up ami are now '������<��� mt
cleared for biiildinu or arc now being
built on. Wu expect by m \t October
io have at least 15 new bulidinys. If
you want io yet u breath 11 sprint.
come down tu Beaton. Ham Sutherland wus in town < I e other day uuo In
H��ys Its as piou as taking a trip to the
sprint's i< yet your teet outhosto
olice Uloie.'4
iu%nkni Menial,
The dule for the inisar-t serial i
���ot for Thuisdii',, Muy 8ih, I hi
promises to tie one uf Hie mo-t enjo
aiiltt utTalrs of the season. There wi
no a iMmd progriuume lemlered.    Ice
ereaiu and HpOlige CUk'6 a ill be sei'veu
for the liHiielit > f uu,\ who may U tin
tblu to Burnt re u biisktt. The I diet
have worked hard io it'tike thUastu-
ce��s ami the Eagle bespo..k< a good
t,urn out to sliow the appreciation of
their efforts.
Tii*) Bd I tors'* Kv*.
The editor uf tie Leader Is carry tti|_
u black eye on account of coming in too
close contact with u whutltiss crunk
while working ou Lumb creek. Tills
expUlmtioii muy not be satisfactory
with suiue, but it is the correct one,
just tho same.���Muyie Leade,
ON THE C. 11
Spring Thaws  Weakened Bridge
Supports.
TENDER AND GAR GO THRO
Brakeman William Lee Waa Killed
���The Passen--.er.-i Escaped
Uuhuit.
spet'inl to the Kaj-lc.
Un Saturdui April 26th there was I
fatal accident on the Arrowhead
branch. The scone uf the accident wat
i. mile and a half below Wigwam.
Ttn* regular puesenger train from
lievel.itoke was uiiikiui.' its usual more-
ug trip aud bad gone uloutj without i
iItch till it got to the bridge, about
one and one half miles below Wigwam,
Tbe spring then had weakened thc
up port of tie bridyo und when the
leuvy ttuin tried to cross, it proved
it self unequal to the strain. Tbe
ngliie got across alright but tha
tender and one freight car broke
Lhrough and dropped to tho cree*
lielow. William Lhu, brukeuiun, wai
tiie only man in the lender und of
course he went down with it and when
folllld Was l>luy on his hurl, with u
b.n<"! of lire <m.i\ ;ieio**s his chest. He
ivus quite Ueitd anil iho -ujiposithm if
lhut the heavy hnl'rel lymy aui'osehtl
.���ii'-.i* Iiud sulTociiied him lis there wan
scureuh a n ark to be found ou ti 111
rn (i;. uutsldo i.f thooo made hy ibe
lioopri of tin. bin i e|.
The deceased uus u married man am)
l-'iivt'M a wife and lour children iu
tevelstoke. Tin* Mhhous took charge
of ill" (utienil una bur led the remains
at ttevel mk.- ou Monday last,
IJoaiti are now ruifoin*.: as fur tt)
vVlgwum to meet the tru u.
The fill lowing seeiol of the Newspaper i'rer-*. j,s-o*'iiiitoo is revealed hy
in exenanuu We ini-t our Of-theru
of the fourth estaie will nut expel us:
however we take all risk;
I'he   entire   sltfli  consists   uf   threo
Ml]   H    Ol)    the     aa netii in    OOOI',    w oieh
should he . Iveu witli deliberation Kh\
entering you wll< kindlv remove ymir
hut and advance tu the center ul tho
���oom, Place your rmbt liuiul inside
juur pants pocket, thumb ami linger
lightl) elasplnn two sliver iiohair ;o
the palm ot the editor and al the snuie
tlmesa^t "hend ynur paper to me."
. oe eiiuor in response i-ooiiid nun iiitii':
��� i li.mk ,\ou." ultee wtiiun ,sou will bo
ealeil anil tell him ull the inm-, li lb
ohoiild  litippeo thai V11 Ml'��   altliout
liver dolluts, ti) ptipur s. tt might
tuswer the purpose jiii��i a- well,
A meeting of the expressmen and
teamsters of Vancouver will be called
this week to organize un expressman's
und teamster's uuiou. The business ie
so OUt up at present that muny ol tbem
are nut able to earn u living wage.
is there sumo feature about your
business oryuur Btock that, will prove
tnteiesuug lu the general public ? if
ai why imta-Jveitiee U?
A   " iHil" Ml III*1 Itllbt'.
Iii one uf the Qumpsull t ie LtrdO
���tillrouo tne huuK-*bou��H ami siable are
���hiM-ly a lie.!. A lender foot from
Gib, Ontario, ifot euipluiment ln tt e
cinip lu-t week', and the l'i'-t niylit he
turn ii I'ltn ''is bunk lid found a noise's
head i a iitiug ��� v. r him, He ot up,
went to t 'V t reman, ami (lomplulu��di
ab'.mt iietar-j o Ibed ti sleep in such A
[dace, aud swore lie wouid quit work
rather than sleep under .i ho-bo's head.
The foreman siild tie would ti.x it up
for him, unl told one of t e drivers to
ehangu the horse. When the man got
back to hi* bnuk he found the horse'i
tail switching over him. Tbe driver
hhd ehunged I i.n as he undervtood
the orcer.���Kootet.ia i.
A Juckpn.
Asnbscrib'i'i.sk : ���'What I a jackpot thai I r. ul itoout < n e lu a white,
mid wbut seems to lie toe difficulty la
netting it open:" A j >ck|Ot is one for
properly oookiog lish, and 1 especially
recommended fir sucker*-. It baa ft
lime lock, over the' coiui i atlon of
which millions have burned the mid-
nigh', oil in vain,���B. Ii. U rk, ie
Amtt'icun 'ihiii.t-jeru.an.
���Htt
1malm Lardeau Eaglet r,,,a n,a,,y a worthy pTly
c* open   lor   pur.li.ts*:   anJ   wilh   an
itmoiiiH ol development lhut will en-
CMOHJ^tM-zo | able a practical mining man to ar-
_  rive at a lair estimate ol value.
i-uMisii.il ever. Thiinid-**��i rarginun, n.c,      Not only ihis but there is an ad-
ALFRED PELKEY, dilioilal inducement   lo  capilalisls,
lowhiim all ourreiiitimtuiireshuul * tie i,i.ll"d.  who  may   be  looking  for   iiiiiiiiit-
��� ��� - ���      "~" properly, in   the liict  thai we  hate
fiiib*��*rl|,lliiii it.ti'-:    f:!.**i pur Hiinnni, lo .
any kdilrouIii Aiuertoai ti.'iS fur six m lis now a Vulcan smeller erected, with
flM h yenr to I<nel,.'ii adilreiiaoa.   No |ii*/, no
i"fwr-  a t'liriy-ion daily  capacity, already
Job I'rimlniji   Tha K,glu Jub.lepnrtment to be blown in, and another of loo
i ihu bt'-t uquippatt nffloe,ami lltponly itfflco
wlili'i, 1'nii f.iiiii-ii tlio tyiinicrauhtunl ""I"11 ,,,,,_,.*,,,..,.;,.. i,, h.�� ��.h!t*,n*-[I to lhe
'tbal In Ni.nii Kooii*ii��j; a siinniiiito in Itwil,xm* *-��pacit> to ne snipptu io uie
..{Rood work and prompliie*., a-*..'-*   ���, u~... ._,
_ camp.   This will prove a boon lo
AdvurlinliiK Hate.,: Mspl.y ail...fl.00 |*ar
���iiule ooluinl) inch per month. I.r*.'��il ail*., 1.
com. |*er (W)U|iarll}l| line lur lir**i lii-erliou' it
���onta per line for c.rh artdliluniil IiiHt-itlt.it.
Ited'llnt.' iuilii*i*_ 10 runt, nur line each issit**.
Slncly day legal lioliciia, 111).; sixty dm-, *7.N)I
thin* ,l,i>.., I.V No mU. ttreoploa at less titan
tlttiM- rates.   Nn room lorquank nils.
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
THURSDAY, MAY 1. IIH-2.
A BRIGHT OUTLOOK.
Mime, and  that to sufi-i-uiml the Inter- STATEMENT
eats of Hiueltura, ivlinei-ifs ai,d inaiill-
fuelurei'd, a ttuitv*,' ux|n>i't duty on lend i
ore and liulll.m will he Impohed.   Fin-, showlnB the Otineae, Japanese and Indian Population*, of British
thei*. ih���y  must have the silver-lead I Columbia by Districts and Sub-dlatriots, Aooording to
iD'Htfuf li. C. fur the eui*i'H**afuleinellliiir| ..     �� ._	
, ,,      ., ,   .,    . nil the Government Census of 1001.
of the ailver urea or   Montana., Idaho
nnd   Wusliin*rl(in    As the New York | BhIiiw will he round a e'alelllt-iit inHtied hy tbe provlnellll  iiove.-nraeBt
Sun piilnied out  the other day In nu ���howluir the iiuuihei' of t'liii'en',J��piine��o und Indiana In British Columbia,
For years lliere have been many
men of undaiinled failh in the richness and ultimate prosperity of thi-*
district, "han>;inn* on," not idly, but
pounding away and irylnu lo he prepared when the well merited though
long delayed attention should he
���jiven to this high grade mining section of B. C. Men of all callings
have visited the district and become
fascinated hy the rare resources and
-���right indications of prosperity in
ihe near future. Some have acquired homesteads and others
mineral claims and many have gone
to work wilh a will lo improve their
holdings, lir.nly believing thut t-r.
long lhe iliotriot would receive th*
alU'iiiion ol capitalist*, nnd success
would crown iheir tfforis. Tin
principal drawback has been ihe absence nf Iriilispiirillliiin facilities
Hal iIk* ore mil been eiiorniouslj
high [,'r.ide, which permitted of ii**
being p.ickv-d long distances over
precipiluus mounlnin trails, none
could h.ne been sent out and tin*
mining world would have yet to
learn of lhe very high relurhs Irom
the few ions lhal have been senl to
the smellers. However, our people
arc enterprising and because of their
unflagging energy and zeal the Lardeau has become widely known and
the vasi resources of the camp art*
beginning io i*e appreciated.
The Lardeau branch railway is on
the eve of completion, and when
ihe season opens passengers can hi
landed within four miles of Ferguson, ihe Metropolis of the Lardeau.
without Ih.* hardship and uncertainty of the long drive from Thorn-
ion's Landing. A lreeze-up of lhe
Arm will no longer be the bugbear
-xperienced in Ihe past. Freight
uan be got In more cheaply, in belter condition and without the probability o* its being delayed by had
roads. What is more important,
however, is lhat ore can be shipped
jut continuously hereafter, and
heavy machinery can be landed at
our doors at any time, regardless of
Hie condition of the roads.
This gives the camp a solid bash,
to work on and great chances have
not now to be taken. Although the
season is not yet open signs of activity and preparation are to he seen
on all sides. Prospect and mine
owners are arranging plans for the
.eason's work on a much larger and
more practical scale than ever beforo. in fact thi long hoped for
������acilitio* for properly, handling the
i|ii-,pdii.!> of the*district have come,
/ind the expected  capital that  will
lhe district; for lhe Lardeau, like
other high grade camps, has some
comparatively low grade ores, and
this can now be mined und treated
profitably hy the local smellers.
Verily Lardeauiles are nearing the
goal ol their expectations and they
have reason to be proud of having
cast their lot in ihis district. The
season just opening is bound to he
a busy one and we confidentially
look forward to seeing a large influx
of investors and fortune seekers,
Mr. Simon Guggenheim, Ihe big
gun of the American Smelting Si R -
fining Co., is quoted as saying thai
helore the end ol the yenr all metals
will command belter prices.
In 1900 Canada produced 8,500
long tons of copper, in 1901 31,500
I ing tons wes produced. For the
same year the United States produced 281,111 long tons, which was
-0,ooo tons more than the combined
production 01 ihe rest nf the world.
We were afraid the coronation
was not going 10 he a success as up
in going 10   priss we  had received
10 imitation lobe present, but in
.luiK'iltg over our exchanges all tear
or the success of the event was
hushed as we see thai Me-srs. Jel-
Iries and Fiizsimmons intend lo be
p 1 sent and they are sure to draw a
b g crowd.
Ferguson u ill soon be up to dale,
We have the checker fiend, Ihe
poker fiend, lhe cold water Bend and
our latest addition 1 is the kodak
liend. This makes (he filly-second
liend wc have in Ferguson and verily Ihis one is more to be shunned
than the other fifiy one. We leel it
��� air solemn duly 10 warn all lhe boys
to keep off the slreet when ihey acquire 11 comfortable Jig otherwise
1 hey are liable to he confronted with
snapshots of Ihctnselves compared
to which lhe pictures of Mark
H.iitna during election times would
be considered mild,
article on Liu' B. C. Mllellei'a. "The
milling situation iu .Montana. Idaho and
Wa-diiu*Jini>, ia tending to transfer tlie
smelting Industry in Ihu Canadian side,
and already a laiye aiuuuai of American capital is Invested in Canadian
ainultura." After allowing the nueea*
elty for wet urea, in iruatitiy, dry ore-,,
it gueo uu. "American investor*) have
no fear of an export duly on urea, but
they du not know how soon nn import
tariff muy deprive them of lb�� necessary Canadian urea, and virtually ruiu
auy American smeller dupendtng on
lhut eiiurcn." This policy is made
clear hy the eiiualructioii of tiie line
from Kepuhlic tu Grand Forks where
tlie d-aiiby MinilLer-whiuh like the
Dominion siin.lt-.ir ia uu American
enterprise���can assemble the wet urea
mined at thia side lor the ameltin** of
the duly tree dry urea cumlng In from
Neibart, Liliby creek, Boulder, und
llic Mountain iu Montana; Pend
D'Orielle, 111 Idaho, and points 111
Waatiiii-rliin and California beaidea.
Bearliig diieetl) un thia point u Nun
York tii-iii. Hie proprietors of tbe
Ollalla emeller.und owners of th enactor fur liuildin. Hie railway from Pen-
Ileum to the Boundary, have made au
oiler to the provincial government to
eunatrnct the Const tu Kootenay railroad from a point between the Fraanr
river and the Boundary line on the
Gulf of Geoi'Kla tu Mid-my and beyond
It���muat pruhalily tu connect wllti the
line between Grand Forks--anil Kepub-
lie. This offer ia far and.away mure
favorable to the proving, than that uf
McLean Brus. who aeek, amongst other
concessions one mllllun acres uf land
while the New York firm ask for but
four thousand acres. This noes tu show
the anxiety of the American people tn
get a foot ing in B. C. for the purpose of
handling its ores. James J. Hill is bo.
Iilnd this priijei'i; and If the New York
���juu is to ij,* trusted, American smelters 0,1 ti,i-�� si,I,* .0*,, dependent (in I Im
lor the completion o* the In*.,nen lines
he is ,,usiiii,_ 11, llMin Un, smith.
Tllotlilli silver la quoted lo-iin,, at ,'iU.
i-elits- the lo eat price yet touched������
and thut lead is still greatl*, depressed,
there >s distinct reason for iihstireu
hop*-, founded un 1 lin anxiety nf Americana lo invest limn* iiiiniev In H. C.
minus and -melu-rs, that a ahirii rally
will .nun iH-t-Ui' in lhe silver lead llliii-
iuc iiiilnslr,,. and ili.il, uie Lnnu-an ia
hound to ulve a splendid ac'iiuuiin*,
tvllHU Hie dollars euiue lo lie reckoned,
VVh need nut **u beyond out* uwu flours
to seu how C. W, McCrossan i.nd hia
associates have put, American capital
into the Triune aud th*. Fere uson siitel*
ter, 011 Wliiiili two uiilevprlses luliy one
hundred men. Mill ain.li lie einiiluyed.
There ia one Ihlnir wo call he proud of in l''o.*_*u*,oii and lhat la we cannot
be accused of harboring any of lhe yellow devils around this little burg and
tbe Eagle dues nut euvy the tint man or woman who tries tu inuuduco them.
Suh-dtati'lcis.
A. Bennett and Atlin..
B. CaSslar (Stickine),,
C. "       (Skeena).,
D. Vancouver City	
Totals.
DURRARD DISTRICT.
Cniucae.
43
7U7
2,013
2,852
Japanese.
1
"till
827
1,6.7
NEW WESTMINISTER DISTRICT.
A. Chilliwack  104
B. Delta     Sao
t'. Dewdney  179
D. New Westminister City.  ... 736
K. Itiehmund,. ,  1,008
Totals         2,817
VANCOUVER  DISTRICT.
IR
1P1
m
Kil
71)2
1,2.9
A. Alberni	
B. Cultinx	
C. Ciifiehan	
D. Esquimau	
K. Nuiiaiiuo City,,,,
F. Nanaimo North..
ti, Nanaimo South,.
H. Victoria North,..
I. Vieluria South...
43
651
467
19
603
51
527
34
47
A. Esquimalt,...
B. Metuhosin	
C. Victoria	
D. Victoria City,
Totals  2,442
VICTORIA DISTRICT.
  55
8
213
2,728
2
314
285
40
IB
]��
21
341
���1
. 1,063
47
1-1
29
1250
338
Um OS LEAD TARIFF
Contlnusil from  First 1'iige.
poet duty ol 30 per cent, he imposed u'l
all pig, and manufactured lead conilng
into Canada, tbo effeutlif whicli would
he thut refineries and lead woika would
arise uf necessity, to the ureal benetii
of mining, and buaineaa all round.
Nothing? came of it, norof their reduced
request, for a duty uf oven 25 per cent.,
iinr is it likuly anything will result from
aucn overtures uutil the people agitate
in real eitrneat. if a stand woro made
against thu two per cunt, royalty���an
admittedly oppreaalvo tax���and let a
property or two ho put for sale hy the
provincial guveriiuieiil t. realize tho
delinquent tux the whole qiealiou
wuuld leceivothe grave consideration
of the Dominion adininisirat'.uii which
it certainly deserves.
One would think from reading those
facts, thut ihe American people would,
under tlio circumstances, be sluw lo
venture in starting ail ver* lead smelting
on tuis aide; bul wild their hu.-iiiiesa
acumdn tbey aee their way quito clearly
ttidosu. Tlmy know that souner dr
later protection must bu resorted to if
vurely flow into the camp this-season ] the alaplu industry of B, 0. Is to con-.
MIXKK.U, .ICT.
* (Kuriii K.)
GHRTriTOATB OP IMPROVEMENT.
NOTIUK,
"May   Her"  *aineri,l   flsllll, situs,r  In  thfl
Trnut UfcB Minlii-t Divi-jim ni i,'���i Kuute
��*..  Ul-irirt.   Whare luealoill  On Settle I,.
Mounts in, but,, gen ills mil Hi untl auuiii tnrlts
,,l l,iir,l,.nn nauk.
TAKE MiTl E-Tlial I. A. I'. Cummins ��
usslit lor the lli.ul.lc* r.n.iB Minfnu ami Level*
ii,,ineui ClllllpRliy, l.innlel uf Ferglibuu, U. II.,
fraa MIiisis* 1 eriffli'sta Nu ms**l rasuui-thaly
llllend, sixty da.vs Ir.,111 th.* Imrenl. toalinly iii
the Milling Ko *,lnr Inr s I'ortllti-atu el im*
pruvemonia, f,,r ilu* 1 nn*n,s ���f obtAltili.it a
c.mi 11 tirnnt ui the nhnve i-InIiii.
ami fnrllier tsse t.oliee llo.t a, linn, umlar
scrlhui 117, iiiii.l In, ,-uililliaii,*ed bell,re tlio
issuance 01 snell Curtilh-ale m   niliruiuuittlits,
liate'l lllis .7th day ui Nureintiei' .1   p., IU.,1.
Mayii* A. I'. CUMMINS, 1'. I., s.
Totals  3.0(14
YALS AND CARIBOO DISTRICT.
A. Cariboo           759 _u
B. Llljimet, Rial             1/5 2
C. Liljonet, West  256 	
D. Kootenay, East (North Rldln-r)       81 14
E. Kiaitenay, Raat (South Riillntf) 209 IB
P. Kootenay, West (Nelson Rldlnir) 327 13
G. Koo'enay, W. (ItevelstokeRldinif) 154 23
II. Kootenay. W.jRnsslaiid Riding) 511 16
I. Kootenay, W. (Slocan Itidin-j)       J70 9
J. Yule, East..,            203 18
K. Yule, North            3.13 28
L. Yale, West            536 3:)
Totale.
Grand ton K
3.113
J-i li-8
���i-it4
Indians.
78
503
7,245
1,(125
8,951
' 08b
5112
1,436
130
.. U3
3,230
3,311
70
854
1(13
717
343
213
6,701
39
" "28 .
286
333
1,550
IHO
2,421
1115
828
179
41
10
7
260
251
4.703
1   ,i..i
irt.ll-18
i JiMojtE   us-Uin- t    There are  Cheap and V, ,,.,1    J s.moki;   UNION-
���   MAKli    CIGARS     !     ,, ..    ,    ,,. , , I   MAKK    ClOAItS
��                         .    L/Jnini-iMade Cijfars, Inn ihe   j uul"*'
+**.*.,,.,,..+ 4 .����
Enterprise and Selkirk
llr.ui I.. ini'inlHeliirisl bv Ilm l*:n',*'*i rls���
!������ riusr t'���., Ilevelstnkit, are uiieqiislle.l In ���
���  111,* l,r"villi-i' i
SMOKE   UNION-   t ���  SM0KE    l!N|0N
MAKE   CIGAKS    ���   P"r ����le by Feriiusnii'a laiadlng llnlHa.   I  _,,������
-                                           ,                              .,..  Ins >h��,�� T   aiAUU
CICAKS.   ���
IIIIIIIMHH,.-.,��_, .....��}���
MIMiRAI. ACT.
(I'liiin K.)
OERTIPIOATE OJj1 IMPROVEMENT
���   I*       KOI'ICI*'.        ���   I
(l,,fi,l Lurk i-iitiorsl I'lallll, slniste In ll.e 'I nml
Lslte ' llllnu lllvlsliiti i*f West  Kunteiisy ,lis
Hint,   IVheialurate.il  On-Nfltlo L, iniiun.
inln, belweei, lltu nnrth and soutli lurks uf
I,nr,*,*Aii eirtk.
TAKK Miner   Thai  I. A. I'. Ciniitiilua as
sarin fur ilia ll'iiat We*ti-rii Mine.. I.ln.lieil,
R. S. Wilson.
MERCHANT
TAILOR
:...:.m
EAGLE BLOCK,
Everv garitienl turned out in this -hop
will bear tin- label,' a ���.ii.ir.i.nee in it-
sell' ol lirsi class workmanship.
Drop iu mid -, e mt' -lock nnil tan pies.
,   -   -    FERGUSON B. C.
Everybody    Qul-   _S p 0C i i-l I
smokes     ANU	
-   Tho Union
CIGAR
They nrr nll'l'iii'i ��� M-ftrtO HtKl "' 'l'('
bunt   llHVtiUR  Tob��(    iiiuiii-.*   1'Hll
linv.  'I'rj cue Hhd Huti.fv \��u'njil
ti> in t)it!ii quiiUty,
VMi.S      L'lOAR
Factory, II. A.
jU tt i> WN,  I'u'p,
Jreu MhlBt'BOertlilrftite Ko.-uUxi, intetnl, nixiy |
If  you   are   building   or contemplate building wc will be
aH>i'rt��ra^ to quote vou estimates on anything* made  in our
Mi'linn: Keeorder tor* ccr.lAmte of tm|irof��< r l * * ���
int'iio-, Im iho  |.ui|i(iM' til (ib(nfi)liii: n  imaiii
<ir��i.toi tht'itbovunUlm. '
Aud (niilh'i uki; iti'ilco thut antuii. unilt'r
KiTtlmi 47, uiii.il bu ���(imiiii'in'i'il bflfura *.i>e
i��-suiiiic(*.ol Mirh ccrtllli'iitu tif 1iii|<ri��vt'iiieiittt-
Jtnie:i A.iUi'MMl-sa.F.LB, . and we feel confident that wc can give you satistaction in
every particular.    Write: Sawyer E;rosM Revelstoke, B. C.
Sash and Door Factory
United Halters of NorfhAmrrifa
T II 18 18 TII IS
imOV L.VBKL ol
uri
lea,
hu.*
AT,
Off.
ihe
i C. B. Hume  & Co.
HT:. tu Hit one It) ���
hat toe yon, do not
patronize him. He
linn not any rignt to na\e lniHe liibelK. I.on.��o
Ubela In retitilittirea are counterfeits. Do not
Hit en to any exiilmiathm an to why tlie.hai
haa no IhIji*!. The (Ji-nnine Union Liibel Is
lierforuled on iliu four eilnei exaettjf the-weme ,
uh fl puHtHKL' stamp. CmuitortuH*-. nr�� Koine* i
times penoiHtuil on thrtie oi thu edue-s, ami i
sometlnma only on two. Keop a charp lookout
fur the counterfeit!*. Unpriiiriflcd manufar*
tureri. iiPMii-iiiK ihimi In or.K;r tu get rid of
their limlMMufe hats. The John it Htetpon
Co, and Henry II, RoelofK .
doipliiu, I'a., are non-union
JOHN A. MOmTT,
JOHN PIiaUFH.Heeretary,
M 191 Bedford Arc. iirooMyn, N.Y
���; &$wwwi>ww>WrWv<$#i
 Wholesale and Rotail	
General Merchants |
The largeat importers in Niiri.li Kooteimy. 4
i; Stores at Revelstoke and Trout   Lake City, B. C. |
*S����^^t^-MM^---<-    ��� ���>*.' ������������--^^��**���H�������������*<M -��4^��_H*'^><*^,,'*<*>***
���lilpple j LABOR  NOTES j
*������.*�� **-������������-**.���.... ��-��-��-���*���-��--,-������-**-��-�����
' Thu    bui'iendem i>r Heuttlu    have
formed a mi'UDif unluo.
The pltiaberera of Sauraniento lmvti
ruiaml their iuiiiuliiin fee to (50.
It i* estimated that. 200 to 4011 glass
blower,! are on atrike in Bridgetown,
N.J.
Thn Swii-kton Federalist has undertaken to drive Chinese runtaurnnU out
of that city.
Tim buildinj; tr��dt*�� ol Seattle are
oomiuir Into tho Wt-.t-sru Central
Labor Union.
Blxih.iuaiinil hltnmlnons coal miners
are idlo In Indiana, ponding a nettio-
ment of pi iovancoa. ''. *    ,   .
tli(< Ilfiiilltiir. (Pa.) Iron companv
Hasadvuiii'ol iimldl-fira' wage. 25 cents
a ton, but haa refuiied others.
San Francisco laundry workers have
succeeded in pettim? their advanced
scale binned Im' thoeomiiiir year.
Iiiilhers.,,of Everett, Wash., now
receive an additional 25 oonts nor
thoiiiaud. mukiui" $2,55 u thou.-u ul.
Tlio jiinriiu,viii��D|iliimhers ol Spokane
returned to worlc Inat Monday, and the
aetlleiiient ia a victory for the union.
Al'iiii', 1.2011 men are on atriko In the
Apploi.iin, Win., imper tnauufiictcrin*>
disii'ii't, They want a shorter time
schedule.
The advance of the lumber tru.t in
the   price   of   biiildinir   inaturiala    la
^auaiii*.' a check in building oporaiiuba
! in Oakland. ���"'.������ ���'"
Ths butcher workmen and drivers of
Spokane have organized, and their
deleir.it,s have been admitted to the
Trades Council.
Fruit-lit handlers at the Erie Railway yards in Newbury went out on
strike on Monday tor 2j cents au hour
instead nf IH. cents.
Three thousand tin-can workers In
Brooklyn struck ou Monday, apparently becauae they were required u.
All in pi'llllud time ��li|ia.
Too lii-t steps towardsori*anissiii^ i
ret;.;! cierlis1 aasuciatlon waa taken it
a iik->i in*.: bold in Labor hall ilia
Moitdit, uvoiilti*, ut Victoria.
A dlapulch statu*) Unit 1.UU0 colli,
mi,l employe, arenu atrike in ibe le,
ril'ir*. oiiiitleil ius to Augusta, Me. A
ai'eauil. il.UUil iitlierenipluyea have boo
lockeu out.
bpnkiiiie waiters have adopted i
ICul, of $11 HI |i*r week and 25 com
per hi,in overtime,, Extra iueu, wi,
work live lioura a day. will yet 87 |>t.
week aiKl board.
Six applications, for membeiahi.
were leaU ut tlio1 mui'tili}*/ of tin
Painters' union ol Victoria on Moiiun,
las'.. An elTol't Will Oe luadu toarrau*.,
for a Saturday half iioiulay iuJu,,,.
July auu Alluuat,
The Brick layers' union of Vlctnil
hav_, iiiu.iiii.-ii nm contructoi'S tim
eight hum's will consilium a du>>
work* and iji-lnl) a day's wages on an,
after June lat, UU work uiust I*,
finished ul tlie present rate.
Toe Siii-uuloii, Ha., street-car employes' strike waa settled laat tiaiurda.i.
This atriko beifaii OcUibei'2, IIMI. Tbe
couipany Ima agreed to advance wages
and luuke otiior cuiicesslops.
Tne retail clerks uf Suiukton have
obtained the ai|{iluture ol nearly ever,
merchant iu the city to au early el*,-*-
In*-; agreement. Aiudng tiiem wus the
Rocliil.u j U i-0;i���i'rttlve .Store.
Tlie T.iiloiV union of Victoria, baa
declared war against inei-eliatiia and
others who are In the habit of sending
uaat i-i have their clothing tuadutii'.
A lui'Vbliiuiit has been slit,tee tbal
will brng koiiiu of tin, Victoria mer
i-haiiL- to tlieir senses.
A llUckaimttis' iiiiiuu was organized
at Vioturiii luat Monday, when temporary ollluurs were olteied aa follons:
Prcalduilt, S. A. Vli tlie; secretary, J.
T. Skepsy; local tirgauleers, James
Wood auu U. J. Mai-tiu *, delegaies lo
tbe Trades and Labor Council, W.J.
Lsiliii-iiiaiii and J, MeKeozle. Tbe
union will be aMliaied with thu
Intei'uatiuiial Brotherhood of Ulttck-
null is.
The bricklayers and blacksmiths of
Victoria organized a union a abort
time ago witli the lollowing officers:
Presided, '!'. T. Kusstll; secretary,
T. 11. Stewart) Ueaauier Wm. Buddy i
sergeuiii-al-arnia, JB. Short. The
anion ia uudlng to its membership at
each meeting, und will soon beono of.
the strongest ill Victoria. Contractors huvo been notlHed by the
secretary thut ou aud alter June 1st
eight hours will consilium a day's
work, and iH.fJO a day's pay. Old work
will he liuishud ut the present rait.
THK VKONI'IKIt titUVKVAItb.
Hern lie the ili-tid 'neuth headboards
stained by time,
In gaarus uncared fur;rudest heap,
of earth;
Hough men whoao livoaon earth were
black wilh crime,
Devoid  of   every  mark  of   honeai
worth.
In  ways   unnatural  they   met   with
death,
In blood sluined garments they were
hid from sight,
A eurso clung to each victim's dying
brout.li
And hatred lit their eyes till dimmed
of light.
With  limn- yet on their sinful feel
they'll lie
Till Gabriel's trumpet echoes from on
high.
Here lies old Texas Joe, who met li a
death  .
From hand of one who was of quicker
Are,
And  Tuscarora Sam, whose fund of
breath. - ��� ��� ���   i ���
Slipped  from him When ho called
Black Bill a liar.
And bere ia Poker Prank, who tried to
steal
The frayed affection of Sport Daly's
dame,
And this rud. board stands ovor Brocky
Teale.
Whom mink bad made unsteady In
bis aim
When with iheir shooters he and Grizzly Pete
Want out to hunt each other on the
street.
Here lies the shot-up frame ol Smoky
Tim,
Whose stolen borse lacked necessary
speed,
And close beside bim Bleeps old Greaser
Jim
Who was by vigilantes roped and
treed.
Just over there lies Sacramento Joe,
Who died   with  boots too full  of
wriggling snukes
\nd juat below tbey planted Tommy
Lowe.
.Vho in * ������ a fatal play to grub th'
stakes
'Voinon'i .'* table in a game of draw
"Bit off," the boys aaid, ''more than he
could clnvw.''
lore's Bob the Methodist, and Sleep.!
Ike
And Doughface Henderson and Whisky Mack,
wid poor Joe Uowera (not tlie man from
Pike).
And Faro Diek and old Three-Pit ���
gered J nek,
��� nd others, names unknown, He In this
spot;
And standing In  this border  burial
g rou ml
.ode and uni'iired for, cornea the passing thought
That when   the dead  wak" at the
trumpet sound
���111 .Gabriel will  be lllli'd  with  mute
surprise,
'il  see  thia   gang of   thiirout'libiids
arise!
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awaiting ihe neeesaary
development work In be-
eomegond paylnir mines.
These firoapects can tie
got at vi-ry reaaonable
prices* and onayery fair
torma ' There Ure aome
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nf whieh are willing
that investors ahould
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put it off, as tho heat
claims are being rapidly
flicked up by sinewed
nveatnrs who realize
that this Ib tbo coming
mining camp of Ii. C.
A. J. GORDON,
FERGUSON, B. C.
via. all Aunulle Line.
rtep.ilil Tickets trnio all Point* at
 Lotve-t  kali-H.	
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D. p. A..Nelson.   A.G.P.A..Vamtltiw.
J. DONOVAN, Agent Airoivbead.
WE DO JOB WORK
,60  YEARS'
Experience
Tham Marks
Demons
Copyriohts Ae.
Anyonewmitlng a alcelrh anddeecrlptl*-.,, amy
Saleklr airertain our uplnlon free whether ai.
tuTfiiillan l, tirnhably aatenublo. Coainianlra*
tloitaatrlctlycoiiUilantlal. Ilandtmokon Pattntr
Milt Iran. Oldest aaoimy fur aocurlns puleiua.
Piilmita taken tarnuch Munn & Co. leestvc
iprrl-ilnoMw, williout cliareo, la tlio
Stlcnftfic American.
A hnnddowfiljf lllnrtrnted w��o>It. I.nrrwt cir-
p'llittl.iit of uny ��i*i��inlilH Jniiriinl. Tuniii. Vi a
ftwi four months, \i. twidbyaii npwhdoaierj.
MllNH&Co.33,Bro*^flewYor(i
Ur.iti&b omoo, c'��'i V Eft* Waihln?tuti. U. <\
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Intilmllnf tba rinh Creek ramp
H.ii'1 t'jtper Ituin:- u Ulver nei-iioii. coni-
juiw-il hy A. I', Cmnniiini, I'.L.H.eJiml 8
��� hrtiinoii. i'. A.. In nnw on mI��* iU ttill
nllii't.. 'Iliu rt'H��l\ nu1��* of tbe n-tp !c
nroVIng ull ��i' hnvis milt lur it. Tit*
Trout i.iikufllvlttton u littiogratihwl in ,
hln'-k, ttii- l.tirdt'iui in rt'd ��nd ttiu Athv '
tvurth tn li-Uf. Kvun amn-lerfout could
tiikv ri copy i>f 'hi* iiniV' unit flu tinny
t'laim riK'itr.letl In tho three dlvi��loni-
I'he luuiintnii.H, luLns, itruuku, Vigon
r��H<U. trHtlH, ;inrvoyc.i rttihvuy routes
nml the Ioohtion am! nai.i-. (by uunlqu-.*
iii'lri) of avai y miiu-rai cUim In the
illtitricV in shown.
���text   to   Visiting,   the   Cowntry   to
crsott  Tbh Map TeXts first Ptact
In fact every gendr&phical
fuatitre in ho wall define that one can
mh! Ht a gUncc thu nn i urt* ol our country
nnd the trend < I tho cUlm locationG
Kivea >ut int-jiilgibk* idea of ihe mineral
heitw running through tin)camp. Ills
certainly
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LAST FOR YKAUb,
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nlmqiiivj, ortkn, etc.) to
;he lardeau eagle,
Ferguson, B.C.
There Is only ono hest mining Journal.
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.n.'.i theiBODth when flowers] * The   ^wit qiiiulrille club will   J_A^r.w,
* ./j.-'jii *-&i; f*
���h.*.,nd
l<> tii,,*.i iiarteof our Iflnil.
Dili wlu'i-a the Lardeau Curie's is found
'i'l i) v and ice mill .-mud.
���C'l'iHi'lbutlon.
flii '1 Iorget tlie basket social on
Muy 8th.
Silver is on lhe ping-pong*���bobbin, between 50 Ji and 5* cents.
How aHout 94th ol May, Victoria
Day,     Arc we going lo cellebrale
or ulu?
M. A. Wilson, Ferguson's
enterprising tailor, made n business
trip 10 the Lake y^sterJay.
Only four out of thirteen nppli.
cants passed the provincial assayers
examination at Nelson last Saturday.
The sickness at I lip Lake is now
all over and once more niir fellow
ciizcns are in the full enjoyment of
their liberties.
M. Pettipiece shipped a carload ol
tows into Revelstoke lately. The
.nim-ils come from the Okanagan
and it is his intention to sell them in
Revelstoke.
Teaming* on wagon commenced
earlier this year than usual. On
Siturday one of Diney's teams
mack- hall-way creek, the load being
brought imo Ferguson on drag*.
O ir local fire brigade was called
ipio service on Friday last. The
Kings Hotel was tht occasion ol
the excrement, the kitchen of which
.aught fire, hut was-easily put out.
Andy Craig was In Revelstoke
a lew days ago with two carloads ot
fine horse- Irom the Okanagan
country. We suppose Andy will
hav.�� them at D.-aton in a day or
two.
The lumber foe the hospital is
now cut .-nt! next week It is the it>
tention ol the commiuee having the
work in hand to profited with ihe
clearin); of ihe ground jind ereclii n
o| lhe luiilding.
H. A. Br.nvn, representing the
Union Cigar factual-)' ot Revelstoke,
was in town Monday. Mr. Brim 11
report*, hii-iiiesj. lairlv good. VV<*
smpki* his cignrsand ciatl assure out
readirs i,i,y are 0. K.
Dm Bia.k returned from his annual vi-.it 10 the Slocan country,
Dad -.ays iHiat things are pretn
quiei <\o\vn ihere. 'Thi-seems to be
the ni'ly -ilver-lead camp which can
prosper with silver at 5oJ_ and lead
ail.
Nelsc Andenio,T was down from
the Silvei Cup thi* week. Nels,
report- things, lookiii-ggood uplher,
and -ays iher-r is lots .if ore in sighl
The rawhiding is mill in progress
anil ihey expect to continue takin*.
out ore for some itine yet.
J. C. Kirkpatrick is down fron
tin. G.o--caps where he has been do
ing nssesnntent work. Mr. Kirkpatrick informs us that the proper!)
is showing up very promising an,
he inlerids to d,o considerable pro���
pectmg on it ��� -vhen tbe snow go.s
off.
C. A. Irw'/n came down the h;H
Tuesday fn >m the Mabel group
where he I .as been doing a little
work. H e returned to the claims
today am'j says just as soon as the
snow go es off he intends to push
developr *-,ent work io a fare-you-
well.
The Eagle block Is a scene of
grea'f -activity these days. Oui tailor is 'kept busy at work and is constantly receiving new orders. The
jeweler is hard at work fixing sick
watches and repairing family heir-
looms, and then in the printing
office the printer and the editor raise
the devil between jtheitt, and up
stairs we aro often treated toa choir
pr.ictice. I tell you boys she'*, a
btu'imer.
give a Ounce lifter lhe basket social,
All are cordially invited,
Service will be held in Miners'
Union hall on Sunday evening instead of afternoon. Rev. Green
will officiate.
The Nelson Miner has been purchased by F. J. Dean and will in
future be issued under the title ol
the Daily News.
Grassy Ihe printer, sport, etc, has
been flinging type lor the Eagle this
week and left on Friday to preside
over the mechanical department of
our contemporary at the Lake tor
a few day-,
Andy Daney, our energetic freigh
ter, has the timber out for a new
stable. The new building will he a
frame thirty by fil'iy feet and will be
built in front of Ihe old stable.
When completed it will he about
loo feet in length and will he sufficient to house the increased number
ot animals which the business of
the coming summer will likely demand.
Joe Brady who has been working
as tie contractor at the loot ol Trout
lake, arrived in Ferguson Saturday.
He says the completion ut lhe line
lo the loot of the lake is nearing
the end. The men have not yet
heen paid the money o ving to them
by the former contractors and ihe
result works great hardship on the
workers and the business men, some
of whom are practically ruined by
ihe amount of worthless time checks
they have on hand. Joe is as fat
and saucy as ever and intend- to
stay and develop lhe Oregon group.
8   lylLUAH A. II.UKR,
% DOMINION AXI) I'ROVIX- g
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Contractu entered into tin* paekinir of Mlnin**.' Supplies, etc., to toy
point, In the district.
Giinil,   pminpt service, und   any   work  iinilerlakao  (rimranteed.
Fi-eltrhtin*.'   from   Thomson'a   La ml Ing  tu  Huiylison a -.peolalty.
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