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 HE LARDEAU EAGLE.
1
VOL. III. NO. 3.
FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MARCH 1, 1901.
$2.00 A YEAR.
PROPERTIESiiBBfli DEMAND
A Nelson Broker Says That He
Wants Properties.
While tho following, received from
Mr, Roseuborger ol Nelson, Is inoro in
tho nature or an advortlsoment, tbo
Eagle feels justiliod in producing; It
as It may prove benoflcial to prospeotors
and property ownors in this large and
promising mining distriot:
Office of The Prospectors
Exchange, Nelson, B. C, P. O.
BOX 700, BOOM 4, K.W.C. BLOCK.
To Prospectors and mine owners,
Doar sir: I desire to call your attention to the fact that I have oponod the
Prospectors' Exchange in the city of
Nelson. The object of tho exchange
is to assist the prospector in meeting
the buyer. We iotroduco you direct
to tlie capitalist, with whom you make
you own terms, etc.
Wo invite prospectors everywhere
to send samplos of their ore to the
exchange where it will be exhibited
froe of charge. When sending sum-
pies of oro it is desirable that you send
a full description of your property,
not nocessarlly an expsrt roport, but a
description of your property written by
yottrsi
cove ���
1. I
distri,
claim-
RUBICON IS CROSSED AT LAST
WILL INCREASE THE PAY ROLL THE SMELTER TRUST EFFECT
Tn your roport you should
'lowing points:
the name of tho mining
I division   in  which your
dtuated.
2. State number of olaims in your
group.
3. State distance from noarest shipping point.
4. Give the width of your vein ni
veins on the surface. State distance
vein fiui be traced on the surface.
5. State length of ore chute on thc
surface.
(i. State whether your on is a gold
sliver, lead or copper oro. If gold, is
your ore free milling.
7. Desorlbe tlio do��elopinont work
fully, stating whether open cuts, tunnels or shaft.
8. Slate price you ask for your
property, terms, etc., also state
whether you would be willing to give a
long working bond.
I). Bo sure aud number your. samples carefully, stating whetbor sampler
are average or selected, and give the
size of the ore body or paystreak samples aro taken from.
10. Is thero sufficient timber for
mining purposes on the property, and
havo you water power near your claims.
After receiving your samples we will
place tbem on exhibition at the
exchange, whoro they will be examined by mining mon who visit the
exchange daily.
We aro in touch with many eastern
capitalists, who aro anxious to secure
promising prospects in British Columbia. We are, in fac], receiving many
enquiries from eastern investors, and
can assist you in placing your property
if you will do your part ln tho matter.
Wo mako no charge whatever for
oxhlbiting your samples, and recording your report nt the exchange. We
do, however, make a charge of 10 per
cent, commission on ull properties
placed through the exchange, but tf
we do not placo your property, there
will be no costs whatever.
Samples should be carefully marked
and sent by express prepaid, as no
samples will be received at the
exchange unless all charges havo beon
prepaid.
Address all communications to
Andrew P, Kosenhergur.
Lardeau Recognized as the Best
New Mining Camp ln Canada.
Every mail and every newcomor in
tho camp brings good tidings for tho
Lardeau. Tho active construction
work on tho railway, the thousands of
dollars at stako hore, and tho positive
knowledge of tho rich mineral resour
ces of this district all tend to advance the Interests of tho camp. The
local activity in tho way of building,
tho constant whir-r-r of the saw mill
and the general feeling of conlldence
displayed by ull indicates that the
Eagle's faith in tho Lardeau is by no
means unsupported. Last season was
a go od ono in the matter of develop'
ment and ore production, and has had
muoh to do with bringing about the
present bright outlook. Ever shy
capital has apparently come to tho
conclusion that here we have a splendid Held for Investment as is evidonced
by the number of deals now going
through and pending. Probably more
real estate in Ferguson and more
claims in the camp havo changed
hands this winter than during any
previous summer season. The railway
on the way, soveral shipping mines,
many partially developed claims
and scores of untouched and
improved properties all with more or
less Indication of wealth, makes the
Lardeau tho best new mining camp in
Canada. It was a long time coming,
but thank heaven we have survived
the period of hanging on, kept tho
sheriff at bay, and stayed on the
ground to do business when the right
time did come.   That time is now.
Work to be Commenced  on the
Maybe Very Soon
The news of the Double Eaglo Mining company's intention to commence
work ln a couplo of weeks on the May-
bo will be rccoived with pleasure In
this camp. The work outlined for tlie
coining season is of an oxtonsive nature, and the company lias plonty of
money to carry out its program. Considerable work has already been dono
with satisfactory results. Rich oro is
now in sight in different places io the
workings, but it is understood Is
mostly of a concentrating nature. It
is practically assured that with a concentrator this property would already
be shipping a largo quantity of exceedingly high grade concentrates,' and
there Is scarcely a doubt but that with
a little more development work the
Maybe will expose large bodies of
shipping ore. With the Nettio L,
Great Northern and Silver Cup hills
on Its very threshold, the town of Ferguson has a bright future.
The Slocan Should Have a Government Smelter
Sandon, I!. C, Feb. 2.'!.���Tn your
last issuo you asked what had become
of your correspondents, Well, if you
had any in Sandon they are all on the
pork, and havo no money to buy
stamps with, as this town Is somewhat
like tho dog who has seen its day. Tho
Until, Sovereign and Madam have
closed down with all hands, while the
Kaslo and Whitewater are only working half foreo. Paddy Nicholson has
gone to Great Fall-, Mont.; from thore
he will go to Ontario, and then return
to Ferguson in three months. Malcolm
Masterson is on ihe Star. Tom Han-
eock is running tho Ivnnboe tram.
Frank Campbell is in town sick.
Jhnipie Grant is in Spokane. That's
all the news there is of the Lardeau
boys in the camp. I'll be back in tbe
pay roll centre in a few weeks. Give
my regards to my creditors.
ONLY A PBINTEIt.
"He is only n printer." Such was
the sneering remark of a leader in a
circlo of aristocracy ��� tho codfish
quality. Who was the Earl of Stanhope? He was only a printer. What
were Prince Edward William and
Prince Napoleon? Proud to call themselves printers. The present Czar of
Russia and the Duke of Batenburg are
printers, and the Emperor of China
worked in a private printing office
almost every day.
William Caxtoa, the father of Eng
llsh literature, was a practical printer
THK   C. P. R.  NEEDS   NO ASSISTANCE
Tt is just possible that the C. P. R.
desires government protection from
Jim Hill and bis associates. Canadians
are not threatened with any dire calamity. Tbo government should nationalize its railways and settle the whole
business at once. In tlio meantime the
C. P. U. can take care of itsolf.
OUR EX-MEMBER'S OPINIONS
THE ARM SHOULD BE OPENED
Tho Woak Points of the Dunsmuir
Government
.1. M. Kellie, ex-M. P. P., who for so
long represented the Rovelstoke riding, was seen by an Eagle representative in Revelstoko tho other day.
Speaking of the Dunsmuir government
Mr. Kellie said that it wns kept In
power, not because it represented a
majority of the people. Out because of
the widespread antagonism to Joe
Martin. It was really fur negative
reasons tbat tlie present government
held the reins. Tlio people did not
want tbem, but still less did thoy want
a government with Joe Martin st Its
head. Even at that the government
dare not introduce contentious legislation, and were liable to go to pieces at
any moment. Further, the premier
bud displayed much inconsistency witb
regard to Oriental labor. His dismissal of all but white labor from his
mines had been loudly proclaimed
after his accession to power. Since
then, however, thero had been much
dissatisfaction among the white miners who had replaced the Orientals,
and the recent disaster at the Union
mines bad brought out the fact tha:.
Chinese and Japanese were still employed there. This could not but
unpopularlze tho government with the
labor unions.
Mr. Kellie is now negotiating with
an English company who are desirous
of acquiring mining property in which
be is interested in tbe Big Bend
country.
The Ice is Dangerous and Traffic
is Impeded
J. M. Kellie, Ebt-Member, May Enter
the Political Arena
How this old world does change!
And with lt men change their minds.
More especially is this the ease with
persons who dabble In politics. The
Ragle understands tbat ex-member
J. M. Kellie will consent to re-enter
the political arena tn North Kootenay.
And us the thorn In Mr. Kellio's .flesh
���the Lardeau���Is likely to be removed
hy a new redistribution measure, the
ebances are Kevelstoke and vicinity
will bave Mr. Kellie to deal with before many moons. The Kootenay Mail
lends to this belief with the following:
"There is an opinion expressed in
political circles that another provincial
election is at band. If so lt is to be
hoped that members will on this occasion make it a point to pass a redistribution bill before dissolving, as the
presont electorates aro most inequitably arranged. In such redistribution
rural districts should be granted a
larger quota than tho purely city electorates. Under equitable redistribution
tho presont Revelstoke riding would
bo entitled to two members."
A SELF  SOLVING PROBLEM.
"Of all tho probloms which tho
twentieth century will havo to faeo
this one of tho centralization of wealth
is the most serious. It is a question to
be approached by all with thoughtful
consideration. Some observers profess
to regard it with .complacency, and
say that it will right Itself, that trust
will fight trust, monopoly fight monopoly, nnd that legitimate competition
will be restored. There is littlo to
warrant this optimism. So -long as
thore is a party in power that persists
in enacting class legislation, making
trusts possible and giving subsidies to
corporations already rich, the trend
toward the centralization of wealth
will continue unchecked."
PREDICTS  LOTS  OK CAPITAL HERE
Editor Eagle: You may lot the
Eagle fly Slocanwards for another
year, and here's tbo price You show
tho right spirit in advertising that
part of British Columbia, which a
great many of ,us are Interested in.
Thoro Is no doubt in ray mind but
what you will Imvo the pleasure of
seeing quite a rush to Forguson in tho
next four months. Times havo been
good on the outsido, and thoso that
have property there will have tho
nocossary collateral to get in and do
some development. Tbere Is a number
of the old timers of tbo Lardeau in tho
Slocan, and wo arc always anxious to
get a glance at the "bird."���C. C,
Snyder, Slocan, B. C.
The ice on tho Arm is becoming
What were G. P. Willis. James Gale, i unsafe again, tbe present spring-like
JarneB Parker, Horace Greely, Charles weather rotting it. The trip is any-
Dickens, James Buchanan, Simon thing but a pleasant one just now, and
Cameron     and      Schuyler   Colfax? everybody hopes to see the boat break
Printers all and practical ones. Also
Bayard Taylor, the poet.
Mark Twain, Amos Cummings, Bret
Haite, Opie Reil, are plain
printers, as were Artemus Ward,
Petroleum V Nashby and Sat Loving-
wood. Senator Plumb was a printer,
and so is James S. Hogg, of Texas, and
the leader of science and philosophy,
Benjamin Franklin, in his day made it
his boast that be was a printer.
In fact thousands of the most brilliant minds in the country are to be
found toiling in the publishing houses
of large cities and towns. It is not
everyone tbat can be a printer���brains
are absolutely necessary.���Our Companion.
HONESTV WILL WIN OCT.
A friond of mine said the other day :
"In politics a man cannot afford to
desert one party for another. No man
ovor mado such a courso pay in the
end." As I have said in this column
before, I am no politician. Don't want
to be ono. But I say this: If a man
is a professional politician in search of
office, that my friends assortion Is truo
enough. But if a politician Is an honest man who has tlio best Interests of
bis country at heart and his party
platform mnko prominent principles
ho cannot conscientiously endorse ho
does the correct thing if lie severs bis
connection with it and throws his Influence on thc side lie believes is right.
A man who has no mind of his own
and only sticks by any organization
for tbo sako of getting an offloe is no
man at all. if you have an opinion say
It, and stick to it, whether your parly
wins or loses. 1 would rather? bo a
crow and be right, than to be a nightingale and bo wrong.���Ltio Vernon.
The privato hospital iu Rovelstoke
has been closed, A public mooting
was oalled to consider tho advisability
of at once establishing n general district hospital, but no definite action
has been takon.
Moving into new quarters this week
has somewhat interrupted the Eagle's
local news servlco, but amonds will be
made when we get things into shape.
As a matter of fact, however, there Is
very little really Important Lardeau
mining news to record this week.
Leo. J. Francis, who hns held oases
on tho Eagle for some months past, left
for Rossland on Wednesday morning.
Quito a number of outsiders inter
ested in this district havo signified
thefr intention of returning to tin
camp next month.
The Greenwood papers report things
looking up In tho Boundary, Tho
papers show it, and they are generally
a good criterion to judge by.
There is a movoment on foot in
Rovolstoke among tho merchants to
unitedly adopt tbe cash system. Editors will have to loavo the railway
eentre if the system is put in vogue,
channel through at an early date.
Indeed there should be no delay, ns
freight is piling up at Arrowhead, and
if.the present soft weather continues the
snow roads will soon become soft and
break up. Last year navigation opened
about a week later than this, and it
looks us though it would bo about the
same this spring. This camp will be
so warm inside of two months that
oven tho snow will melt quicker than
heretofore.
THIS IS WHAT COUNTS
Work Has Commenced  and Will
be Rushed Ahead
Work has been actively commenced
on tho Lardo slip, says the Kootenaian,
and it is expected that it will be completed hy the 20th of March. James
McDonald, who secured tbo contract,
was in Kaslo this week ami went north
with tlie pllo driver, teams and men.
The piles hnve been taken out, so no
time will be lost in completing it. Th
slip will cost in the neighborhood of
$17,000. it is probable that Mr. Mc,
Donald will finish some rock cutting
ami other work at Lardo which war
not completed last fall.
Within a month's time the C.P.R
will be able to nm ears over the slip,
and aftor that the construction of the
road will proceed rapidly, The steel
has been ordered which means that
tho (.'. I'. R. Intends to have trains
running through the rich Lardo district as soon as possible.
1901 IS THE HARVEST TIME
The Lardeau Will  Receive  a Big
Share of the Attention
It is evident that the disinclination
that has been so manifest fur nearly
two years to iuvest in raining pro-
properties in the Kootenays has come
to an end, and that conditions, such as
an easy money market and a returning
faith in the merits of mining investments, now prevail, says the Rossland
Minor. It is apparent that now is the
harvest time for those who have pron -
i"ing properties and aro willing to
dispose of tbem on reasonable terms.
It must bo remembered that these fov
tunate conditions do not always obtain, and those who desire to sell mus*
take tbe Investment tide when it is on
the flood, or be left with proporty o:t
tbeir hands when the ebb takes away
their opportunities. The conditions are
favorable, however, for a considerable
period wben properties can be sold to
fair uovantage, and tlio outlook is tha:
more bona fide deals for mines will he
put through in British Columbia thu
ing the year 1901 than at any like
period of time in its history.
copper pavs nn: nm dividends
lu 1000, II- metal mine.- in the
United su.les paid iu dividends about
$45,000,000 iu round numbers. Ol this
amount about, $15,000,000 is credited to
gold and silver mlnos, $28,000,000 to
copper mines, $350,000 to loud mines
anil $231,500 to quicksilver mines. The
quiokstlver dividends were paid by live
California companies, viz., the Boston,
Napa Consolidated, Etna, New Idria,
and Quloksllver Prof, companies. No
allowance has been mado in the total
estimated amount above for dividend
paying mines in California, tho outputs of which are never givon for
publication.���Mining and Engineering
Review,
Jas. Lade and the Gunn brothers,
Arthur and Robert, have returned to
tho local sceoe ot activity.
THE BALMORAL RE-OPENING
A Huge Success and Thoroughly
Enjoyed by tho Participants
The re-opening of tbe Balmoral hotel
last Friday evening, with a concert
anil da nee. was one. ol tho most pleasant social events of tho season. The
new addition was filled to tbe very
doors with participants from Trout
Lake, Thomson's Landing, Comaplix,
and local l.ardeauites. S. Shannon
acted as chairman, while Miss Thomii
nf Trout Lake. Miss Valentine o"
Thomson's Landing, Miss K. Edwards,
Miss Ethel Batho, Mrs. K. Fie in, Mrs.
Wilson. 1,'ev. S. .1. Gi-eon, Dr. T. A.
Wilson. A. C. Cummins, Harry Nellie,
S. Shannnn, Arthur Evans. Gee. 1:.
Batho, and the school boys provided at)
hour or more of pleasant entertainment to the largo .'ui,Hence. Dnncin;'
was then indulged in until morning.
Every one present expressed themselves as having had an enjoyable
time. The turkey supper provided by
mine host Andy Cummins hears ou:
bis reputation as a caterer to the inner
man. Indeed, the Balmoral re-opening
was tlie ono event of the season.
THAT'S WHAT THEY ALL SAY
A Calgary mining man, largely interested horn, writes: "The good timo
coming, for which evory ono in there
bas waited so long, is at last in sight"
Tho Lardeau will bo 'the fashion' this
year with mining men," Lardeau Eagle.
Published ovory Friday morning at the ofilco
of publioation, Ferguson, B.C..by
R. P. FETTtPIKOK.
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nt less than full rales
Subscription Rates; ,���-��� tnaU or carrier, $2.00
per annum ; 11.00 for sia ... tilths. Tn foreign
iddrosses |3,fio.  Stopped hi expiration.
fob Printing: Thu Eagle job department Is
well equipped, nml Is prepared to execute nil
kinds of print iii].' nt honest prieeH.
flss?*No oboquos accepted.
Address nil coimnunleations to the
i.Amu:.w   KA.ii,i:,
FEROOBON, B.C.
WINGLETS.
True  worth  is    not   necessarily
what other people think of you.
FRIDAY,   MAKC'I   1,   1901.
Money is very valuable, and it is
a great factor, but it is not half so
valuable as a good, honorable
name and the ability to be self-
reliant and a help to others. Being
in full possession ot a good name,
the ability to be self supporting and
a desirable help to others, your
happiness is assured, provided you
fully exercise the spirit of contentment and are wise enough to hold
yourself in high esteem and are a
host unto yourself, and thankful
that your happiness does not
depend on the approving smile of
any one. Be a treasure unto yourself and you are apt to become a
treasure to others.���Monitor.
"The law holds that any person
in competition with another may
state the truth regarding thc business of the other, however injurious
to the business of the other that
truth may be." That is the gist of
a recent decision by Judge Tuley,
of Chicago.
The use of intoxicants by
employees while on duly, or before
reporting for duty, is lorbidden by
the rules of the Wabash railroad
The adoption of a similar policy by
many industries employing hundreds
of men marks a new era in our
development, and indicates that the
regular situation-holders of the
future���in certain industries, at
least���will be those with clear
brains and steady nerves.
Low wages and want are two
potent causes of vice and degradation. The force of this appeals to
the most superficial thinker or
student of economic conditions, yet
it is disputed by some men of
wealth'and professed religion and
disregarded by many who should
recognize that thc salvation of the
working classes lies in better wages
and conditions, A man who is
continually struggling to hold hotly
and soul together is likely to fall an
easy victim to the temptations that
cross his path. Given a fair wage,
sanitary surroundings, and reasonable working hours, be is not much
of a man who fails to lead a
respectable life and lift himself up
to better things. ��� Typographical
Journal.
A healthy feeling of independence,
confidence and self reliance is manifesting itself in the public life of the
Dominion, and the spirit of
domestic development is spreading,
The federal government is showing
this in its legislation and the local
legislatures are emulating them.
Public ownership of telegraphs and
railways, with a national mint, are
on the programme ot the Laurier
government, while Nova Scotia,
Ontario and British Columbia are
fostering the development of their
great natural resources. Verily, it
is a pleasing sight. Canada is
becoming a fit dwelling place for
the Canadians.���Slocan Drill.
did. Less and less it seemed necessary to send it. I was not sure it
would do any hurt, but in my
doubtfulness I learned to reticence,
and eventually it was destroyed.
Time works wonders. Wait till
you speak camly, and then you will
not nead to speak, it may be.
Silence is the most massive thing
conceivable sometimes. It is
strength in very grandeur. It is
like a regiment ordered to stand
still in the mad (ury of battle. To
plunge in were twice as easy. The
tongue has unsettled more ministers than small salaries ever did, or
lack of ability. ��� The World's
Crisis.
SCREAMLETS.
Lumber!   Lumber!
The Lardeau Saw Mill carries constantly a large
quantity of Seasoned Lumber, and is now running
night and day to keep ahead of the coming rush. Yards
in Ferguson and in Trout Lake. January, 1901.
D. L. Clink,
Proprietor.
The rublcon is crossed.
We all wonder why other people do
not do better,
All the world loves a lover���but they
are glad when ho marries the girl.
The  president  of the  Canadian
Pacific   Railway    company    is    a
thorough business man, and  recognizes  that  what is good for he and
his fellow shareholders  would   be
good for  all  the   people.     When
asked  recently of what he thought
of the suggestion  that in order to
prevent the big Hill-Morgan trust
from   gaining     possession   of the
Canadian Pacific and other railways
the government   secure   them   for
their own protection, Mr. Shaughnessy   said :       "Speaking    quite
frankly,   I   think it would be infin-
ately  better   if   the     government
intends to   take up   seriously the
business of   railroading,  that the
public money of this country should
he invested in the acquisitionof such
railways as the C. P. R.   and  the
G. T. R.,  than   that   it should be
wasted in the subsidising   and the
construction of useless lines,     We
have   had   too   much   wasting of
public  money  in the past for the
building of railways which are not
only in themselves useless, but are
positively  injurious,   inasmuch   as
they cripple the lines already built.
This is very pernicious, and, as I
have said, it would be far preferable
that   the   government   take    over
existing lines than that they should
build new ones to   compete with
them.   You are at perfect liberty to
quote me as having said this.     I
really do not think there is anything
more I  can say on  the subject."
The foregoing words,  coming from
the source they do, shows that the
liny is not so far distant when. Canada must buy back the   railways
we once gave to private owners or
some American trust  will do it for
us.     If our railways are owned by
the public the. country is safe; if
swned by a big trust we can whistle.
One of the basest acts in human
life is to hurt the feelings of any
living creature. It it is sad enough
for those who, by the force of circumstances, are lowly and unlovely,
and,hindered in their upward progress. The sadness and woes are
increased by being told of them in
unfeeling words. A man ol refined
feelings is -hocked at the prevailing
baseness shown in hurting other
people's feelings so rudely. Self-
respect demands it that the feelings
of every man, of whatever race or
creed, shall be fully respected, and
this human rule should extend
widely to the animal kingdom.
Hurt no living creature, either
bodily or spiritually, should be the
motto of everybody.���Monitor.
What a difference there will be when
the railway laps the Lardeau district.
The Lardeau has a geeat future, the
beginning of which this spring will
witness.
The true measure of a man's ability
is the length of time it takes him to
discover when he is in the wrong.
The railway question may be a big
one to tackle, but It will never be any
smaller than it is now.���Toronto Star.
Several lots nn Victoria avenue in
block 7 were purchased by Nelson
business men from agent Floyd this
week.
Tho average man; seldom knows all
that other men think he knows, but
tbo chances are oe knows a few things
he isn't suspected of knowing.
THB EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
Visible Writing From Start to Finish.
Permanent Alignment. Durable and
Simple.
Thousands in use in Canada, Groat
Britain, France, Italy, United States,
Mexico, etc., giving entire satisfaction.
The Williams Manufacturing Co.,
Limited, Montreal.
B. C. AQBNTS:
The Thomson Stationery Co., Vancouver, B.C.
American   And
European Plan.
The Balmoral Hotel will be found
always prepared to accommodate
guests in an up-to-date style. The
bar is stocked with the choicest wines,
liquors and cigars, and our cuisine
service receives special attention and
is unsurpassed in North Kootenay.
The capacity has recently been
increased by an extensive addition
and furnished and refitted throughout.
Tho Great Northern bill, with its
acres of low and medium-grade ore,
will bo :i boon to Ferguson when
cheaper transportation exists.
Beware  of  the  snowslide.    Taken
large  doses it kills quicker thun
tbe   bubonic   plague,     Unlike  othor
calamities it embalms the dead without extra cost.���Lodge.
The Eagle is opposed to the
provincial government taking any
notice whatever of a resolution
recently passed, not a hundred miles
from here, by a few individuals who
assume that they are the whole
"public,"asking a grant towards a
"public" hospital. When the public wants a hospital the public will
ask for and secure one. When a
few men assume that they are the
whole community and send out
dodgers���only within their own
quarters a few hours before a "public" meeting���and proceed as
though they really were the whole
show, then it is time to ask for
some explanation. When the gov'
eminent is being made to believe
that the "public" in this district
want government aid for a hospital
the "public" should be consulted.
Such has not been the case.
Somo one has truly said: "It Is
harp for u mother to enjoy the happiness of another's children wben her
own is without shoes." Tho writer ol
those lines must havo had experience
for the basis ftf his thoughts.
A feeling against monoplies of all
kinds hns boen aroused which may
gather strength and result in consequences whieh those who have not
iflven much thought to government,
ownership may yet be asionished at.���
Victoria Times.
What a, picnic it will be lor Ferguson if the railway happons to remain
at the foot ofthe lake, until tho water
in tbo lako is lowered. Fifty or sixty
four-horse teams plying between here
and tho boat landing would make
things fairly hum.
Keep Still. When trouble is
brewing, keep still. When slander
is getting on its legs, keep still.
When your feelings are hurt, keep
still, till you recover your excitement at any rate. Things look
different through an unagitatedeye.
In a commotion once I wrote a letter and sent il, and wished I had
not. In my later years I had another commotion, and wrote a long
letter ; but life rubbed a little sense
into me, and I kept that letter in
my pocket against the day when I
could look it over witjiout agitation'
and without tears.    I  was glad i
May kind providenco help ub nnd our
rulors spare us. Tho speech from tbe
throno does not appear to contain anything of special interest to Lardeau
excepting an intimation that "amendments will be Introduced to perfect as
far as possible existing mining laws."
Hotel Ferguson       ��
TIIE PIONEER HOTEL OF THK LARUE   U   $
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men,   Tenderfcet comforted,
Kates W3.0031 flay nml upwards.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
ft
I
: 5MHSHS $ #H&3}Hes ���$���$-���$-$ -gt;
��m
I1K8T WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
REST CUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
BEST *2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
Hotel La.rdea.ti
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
*
~Cfi   NEATLY FURNISHED,
iii    WELL L1UHTEI) AND HEATED ROOMS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
CONVENIENTLY
SITUATED OS VICTORIA AVE.
^^*$H^$-$-4&-$ ���$ sSHM*r$-53HH&-& &*$-$ $���$ $ti
If a railway from the Coast, to Kootenay will pay It should be buill ami
operated b,v the people. If it will not
pay it would be cruelty to allow Mann,
Mackenzie or some othor capitalists
to blow in t.lieir hard-earned money on
this charter blasted province.���Ledge.
The miners' union nt Kossland, Nelson, Sandon, Greenwood and Slocan
City have built hospitals for themselves already, and when tho miners
organize here in April, it is moro than
likely they will soon afterwards do the
same as the others have done���build a
hospital for their own purposes.
A number of rural newspapers in
thin section are advertising for boys
to learn the printer*' trade. Any
publisher who seeks to Induce a lad to
embark in that, lino in the present age
of linotypes does the boy he hires an
injustice, as there is pra?.tically no
hope of remunerative employment in
the   "uturo,���Typographical  Journal,
H. O. PARSON
WIinl('*..iI<*   IMuler    in
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
Tin' HeNt Gondii Only.
Stunk I.iii'ko aii<l CiHiiploto.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W'i-
���^HyHjH^-J^HHvHjHjH^Ji $-���$: -fry. ���$-$ J$*-# $'
r
FERGUSON
Is the....
Tlie place where
the -Mines are.'
UOlIi: AND INVESTK1ATK FOR YOVBSEI.r'. DDTTnU
Will Do Well to Peruse the Facts
Herein Contained.
uson
Townsite
T../1. Wilson, M.D., CM,
L. it, c P. ,t s.   iQuecu's University.]
Provincial Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
,;.;���; , il-
Ferguson, B. C.
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT
The Man Who Can See the Length
of His Nose Will Not Hesitate
to Invest His Money in the
Lardeau,    the   Coming
damp     of    B.    0.
That  the    Lardeau   district  has
unbounded   mineral   resources   no
well informed person will deny.
The Lardeau district is entering
upon a new era, brought about by
wonderful developments, finds and
strikes already made; along with
the fact that the construction of a
railway by the C. P. R. is absolutely certain for early next season, in
I'nct the company are now building
the wharf at the head of Kootenay
lake, aud the contract for 80,000
ties has been let.
The large ore shipments being
made this winter in spite the fact
that transportation and treatment
costs $35 to $50 per ton, indicates
the.ipigh grade nature of our ores.
With cheap transportation next
season, when Lardeau's low and
medium grade ores can be treated
profitably the possibilities are
astounding.
The attention of outside investors
has already beet; arrested and hundreds are now making arrangements to operate'in this district���
in fact some of them are here now,
securing bonds, looking for and
finding ground-floor propositions.
No district in Canada to-day
offers better inducements for the
investor than this one. The mining
industry is ;:o monopoly. The poor
man has even chances,at least more
so than in other lines. When he
finds a "Triune" he doesn't need 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 tide in the affairs of
men,which, taken at the flood leads
_h to fortune." It may not be your
lot to make a fortune, but if ever
there was an opportunity in a min
ing camp, the Lardeau offers it
to-day. Don't wait until the rail
way comes; for then the prospector
is not in Ihe same need of money to
hang en.
If you have money to invest now
is the time to investigate. Come
straight to 1 ergu.s'on ; you will find
men hore who have properties to
sell; in fact Ferguson is the home,
lhe meeting place for prospectors
and investors. Thc owners, as a
rule, will be louricl most reasonable
nnd always ready to give you information, cheerfully escort you to
tlisir properties, and otherwise
interest you in their interests. We
have the mineral resources and no
money to develop them. Will you
come in and help us and thus help
yourself ?
NOTICE
Purchasers of lots are
hereby notified that all
payments from this date
must be made to the undersigned, whose receipt only is
valid.
Final Payments may be
sent to the Lmperial Bank
of Canada, Revelstoke, P.C.,
to be held till delivery of
deeds.
Henry Floyd,
Sole Agent Ferguson townsite.
POSTAL   ADDRESS;   REVELSTOKE,    R. C.
.limitary 5th, 1900.
\Fred C. Elliott,
i
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B, C.
Harvey, McCarter d! Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS. ETC.
OFFICES j     REVELSTOKE AND (iUI.UEN.
Solicitors [or Imperial Himk of Canada.
(loo. S.lMcCarter. J, A. Harvoy,
A. M. Plnkhiuu.
J.M.Scott, B.A.,L.L.B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
OFFICES:   MoKENZIEAVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.B. Holdich, M.C.M.L,
ASSAYER AVD ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
AN   UP-TO-DATE COMPREHENSIVE AND
RELIABLE
Ferguson ; Service* In school house evory
Sunilay at 8 p.m    jtinday school at2 p.m.
Trout Lake CIO-. Services In Forrester's
hall every Xaiidayat 7::UI p.m. Sunday
school at'2:110 p.m.
REV. 8. J. GREEN, Pastor.
United Hate of North America
WEf��
THIS I*? THE
UNION LABEL
of tim United Mutters of North America. When you
are buying a Hit
HAT, either Koft or
Btlff, see to it that
the genuine UNION
LABEL in sowed in
it. if a retailor hns
loose label* in his
pOHKetislon nnd offers id put ono in a
hat for you do not
pKiroime him.   Ho
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel,
If your wntcb is out of ortler, needs
clBiinirifr or regulating bi'lnjr it to uie
nt oneo and I'll guarantee Its repair.
My shop is in the Eaole bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
MINING PROPERTIES
In the Lardeau
For Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
S. THORNTON  LANGI.RY H CO.
KOSSLAND. li.C,     ,'
Showing the position of the
streams, mountains and passes,
waterways, every claim in the
Trout lake mining district, the
trails and wagon roads, location
of surveyed railways, anil everything which will assist an outsider tn acquaint himself with
our district. The production
of this map has been taken hold
of by two of the best lltted men
for tho purpose In the province,
Messrs. A. P. Cummins, P.L.S.,
and S. Shannon, B. A., both hav- J>
ing personal and practical know- x
lodge of the district. <|
The map is to be beautifully <|
lithographed in (ive colors and X
entirely free from advertising <*>
matter of any kind. 4
Tho urgent necessity for such x
a coraploto map, probably 40 x 40
has long been felt by all persons
interested iu this district; and it.
is a ploastiro to note that tv.-u
Buch ablo men havo decided to iill
the bill. The Price, the Bame
to all, has been placed at the
sum of $1.00, prepaid to any
Address.
If You  Want one  or  More
Send your address at
once to
The Lardeau Eagle
Ferguson, B. C.
Canadian Pacific
AND SOO LIN I-
First Class Sleepers
On all trains from Ho vol si one nnd
Kooti any Landing.
Also Tourist Cars
pass Dun more Junction for
St. Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays* Toronto on Mondays
and Wednesdays. Montreal and Boston ou Saturdays. Sarao cars pass Revelstoke one day  earlier.
hns not any right to have -lowc labels, Loose
labels in retail stores are couniorfeltB. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why the hat has
no label. Tho(ionutneUniO"ni-ftbel la perforated on tho lour edges exactly tho same ris a
linstHirt' stamp. I'outerfeits mc somtMimes
perforated ou three of tho edges, and t-onieiiincs
only on two. Kfiop a Bharp lookout for tho
counterfeits, Unprincipled manufacturers are
using them in .order to get rid of their floab*
'���.ink' lints. Tlie .John 13. Stetson Co ami Henry
I. Roelofs, both of Philadelphia, Pa., are nonunion eoncernB.
JOHN A. MOFFITT. President. Orange. N, J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary, 177 Park Ave.,
Brooklyn, N, \.
Smoke Cigars
And at all  times  insist on  the
box bearing, the blub label.
It helps manufacturers to see tho force
if paying tail' and honest wages.
The Label Committee, C. M. I. U.
The Union Label
On everything you bafiiaguarautoo
Unit tho producers thereof receive a fair
rste of wiikcs for its production.
Insist on having the label.
Promoters
of   Leuitlroiito
Ihitei'prUes.
Mining i
For time tables ami lull Information. ;,ll on
or address nearest local ngent.
J. MoOBEKRY, Agent Arrowhead,
.1. S.   (MrJjTKK. T, 1'. A���   Nelson.
li. J COYLE, Asst1. fuss. Agt,, Vancouver, B. C.
ALL WORK  GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packiug
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTERS AT EEROUSON, II. C.
Contracts entered in'" '"" racking ol
Mining Supplies, etc., i.. ...iv point
in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to l'\ rguson a specialty.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
Real Estate
in Ferguson
Is probably the safest investment in the country
as can be readily seen from  the actual  records
o(  assessment,  certificates   of   improvements,
development,   new  strikes  in   various  mining
properties surrounding Ferguson  and  the  fact
that a railway will reach here this  year.     The
demand  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.     In  anticipation  of what is in store
for the  near future, several large buildings'are
being erected, a public school building is tc*   be
provided, two banking institutions will establis.li
branches here, and taken altogether the citizens*
are   evincing   their  faith   in   the     town     by
something   more   than   talk.
Ferguson is the
Coming Town
t
The Place Where
the  Mines Are
Ferguson is recognised by all to be the be^t
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 name -the Pa)- Roll centre. Ferguson is
the headquarters and outfitting point for all the
mining men now operating in this district.
Accept a pointer, make enquiries, come in and
see for yourself and you will agree with us
that Ferguson Real Estate is thc best thing
now offered as a safe investment in this country. The large number of sales among
private owners of lots, the stead)' upbuilding
of the town, and the confidence displayed
by men who are already on he ground should
be sufficient evidence for the average investor
that like all othor mining camps, the leading
towns are located where the mines arc. And
Ferguson will be no exception to tlie rule.
...  ��� ,��(ever in tbe
 ettie L. haB been sold
1 Western Mines have
FOR   PRICES OF  LOTS,   ETC., APPLT W & Co- a lal'Be Woolc
'es.   The visit of these
rely and simply in con-
MS��*+%+������*r   IZls\i re Double Eagls Co.,
nCnry   FiUJf\ky&* deliberations
���^ 'u�� course.
Sole Agent, Reve Istekt
���.�����$&W4 <M
1 Lardeau Eagle.
I'libllsheil ovory Friday morning at Hit! offloo
of publication, Ferguson.B>C..by
terguson,
. PETTIPIKCK.
-��� ilay  ndK.. |t,50 per
l.i'gnl  nd-. l'J  et'lilH
ti ii Insertion ; Scents
tion. Heading notices
un.   No ada. accepted
Ailvortisiug Rates;
column inch per monl
per (nonparicl) line iioi
for each additional I��s<
16 cents jur Hue each '
nt Ii-fiH ih��n full rates.
subscription Rates: B] mail or carrier. 92,00
per aim uu i ; 11,00 for si. :., intha. To foreign
ndilrosscs 13,80,   Stopped a) uxpiration.
/ob Printing: The Kaglo job department Ih
ifoll equipped, ami is prepared to exouute nil
kinds of printing at honest prices.
IH^-No cheques accepted.
Address all communications to the
LAKDBAU KAULK,
FERGITSON, B.C.
WING-LETS.
True worth  is    not   necessarily
what other people think of you.
"The law holds that any person
in competition with another may
state the truth regarding the business of the other, however injurious
to the business of the other that
truth may be." That is the gist of
a recent decision by Judge Tuley,
of Chicago.
FRIDAY,   MARCH   1,   1901.
Money is very valuable, and it Is
a great factor, but it is not half so
valuable as a good, honorable
name and the ability to be self-
reliant and a help to others. Being
in full possession of a good name,
the ability to be self supporting and
a desirable help to others, your
happiness is assured, provided you
fully exercise the spirit of contentment and are wise enough to hold
yourself in high esteem and are a
host unto yourself, and thankful
that your happiness does not
depend on the approving smile of
any one. Be a treasure unto your
self and you are apt to become a
treasure to others.���Monitor.
The use of intoxicants by
employees while on duty, or before
reporting for duty, is lorbidden by
the rules of the Wabash railroad.
The adoption of a similar policy by
many industries employing hundreds
of men marks a new era in our
development, and indicates that the
regular situation-holders of the
future���in certain industries, at
least���will be those with clear
brains and steady nerves.
did. Less and less it seemed necessary to send it. I was not sure it
would do any hurt, but in my
doubtfulness I learned to reticence,
and eventually it was destroyed.
Time works wonders. Wait till
you speak camly, and then you will
not need to speak, it may be.
Silence is the most massive thing
conceivable sometimes. It is
strength in very grandeur. It is
like a regiment ordered to stand
still in the mad fury of battle. To
plunge in were twice as easy. The
tongue has unsettled more ministers than small salaries ever did, or
lack of ability. ��� The World's
Crisis.
Lumber!   Lumber!
The Lardeau Saw Mill carries constantly a large
quantity of Seasoned Lumber, and is now running
night and day to keep ahead of ihe coming rush. Yards
in Ferguson and in Trout Lake. January, 1901.
SCREAMLETS.
Low wages and want are two
potent causes of vice and degradation. The force of this appeals to
the most superficial thinker or
student of economic conditions, yet
it is disputed by some men of
wealth and professed religion and
disregarded by many who should
recognize that the salvation of the
working classes lies in better wages
and conditions. A man who is
continually struggling to hold body
and soul together is likely to fall an
vasy victim to lhe temptations that
cross his path. Given a fair wage,
sanitary surroundings, ant! reasonable working hours, be is not much
of a man who fails to lead a
respectable life and lilt himself up
to better things. ��� Typographical
Journal.
A healthy feeling of independence,
confidence and self reliance is manifesting itself in the public life of the
Dominion, and the spirit of
domestic development is spreading.
The federal government is showing
this in its legislation and the local
legislatures are emulating them.
Public ownership of telegraphs and
railways, with a national mint, are
on the programme ot the Laurier
government, while Nova Scotia,
Ontario and British Columbia are
fostering the development of their
great natural resources. Verily, it
is a pleasing sight. Canada
becoming a fit dwelling place for
the Canadians. -Slocan Drill.
The rublcon is crossed.
We all wonder why other people do
not do better,
All the world loves a lover���but they
are glad when ho marries the girl.
What a difference there will be when
the railway laps the Lardeau district.
The Lardeau has a geeat future, the
beginning of which this spring will
witness.
The true measure of a man's ability
is the length of time it takes him to
discover when he is ln the wrong.
The railway question may be a big
one to tackle, but it will never be any^
smaller than it is now.���Toronto Star.
The president  of the  Canadian
I'acific   Railway    company    is    a
thorough business man, and  recognizes that what is good for he and
his fellow shareholders would   be
good for   all   the   people.     When
asked recently of what he thought
of the suggestion  that in order to
prevent the big Hill-Morgan trust
from   gaining     possession   of the
Canadian Pacific and other railways
the government   secure   them   for
their own protection, Mr. Shaughnessy   said :       "Speaking   quite
frankly,  I think it would be infin-
ately  better   if   the     government
intends  to   take  up   seriously  the
business of   railroading,  that the
public money of this country should
be invested in the acquisition of such
railways as the C. P. R.  and  the
G, T. R ,  than   that   it should be
wasted in the subsidising   and  the
construction of useless lines.     We
have   had   too   much   wasting of
public  money  in  the past for the
building of railways which are not
only in themselves useless, but are
positively  injurious,   inasmuch   as
they cripple the lines already built.
This is very pernicious, and, as I
have said, it would be far preferable
that   the  government  take    over
existing lines than that they should
build new ones to   compete with
them.    You are at perfect liberty to
quote me as having said this.     I
really do not think there is anything
more I  can say on  the subject."
The foregoing words,  coming from
the source they do, shews that the
day is not so far distant when Canada must buy back the   railways
we once gave to private owners or
some American trust will do it for
us.     If our railways are owned by
the public the; country is safe ; if
owned by a big trust we can whistle.
One of the basest acts in human
life is lo hurt the feelings ol" any
living creature. It it is sad enough
for those who, by the force of circumstances, are lowly and unlovely,
and,hindered in tlieir upward progress. The sadness and woes arc
increased by being told ol them in
unfeeling word-;. A man ol refined
feelings is shocked at the prevailing
baseness shown in hurting other
people's feelings so rudely. Self-
respect demands it that the feelings
of every man, of whatever race or
creed, shall be fully respected, and
this human rule should extend
widely to the animal kingdom.
Hurt no living creature, either
bodily or spiritually, should be the
motto of everybody.���Monitor.
Several lots on Victoria avenue in
block 7 were purchased by Nelson
business men from agent Floyd this
week.
Tho averttgo man'seldom knows all
that other men think he knows, but
the chances are he knows a few things
he isn't Buspecled of knowiDg.
The Great Northern hill, with its
acres of low and medium-grade ore,
will be a boon to Ferguson when
cheaper transportation exists.
Beware of the snowslide. Taken
in large doses it, kills quicker than
the bubonic plague. Unlike other
calamities it embalms the dead without extra cost.���Lodge.
The Eagle is opposed to the
provincial government taking any
notice whatever of a resolution
recently passed, not a hundred miles
from here, by a few individuals who
assume that they are the whole
"public,"asking a grant towards a
"public" hospital. When the public wants a hospital the public will
ask for and secure one. When a
few men assume that they are the
whole community and send out
dodgers���only within their own
quarters a few hours before a "public" meeting���and proceed as
though they really were the whole
show, then it is time to ask for
some explanation. When the government is being made to believe
that the "public" in this district
want government aid for a hospital
the "public" should be consulted.
Such has not been the case.
Some one has truly said: "It is
harp for a mother to enjoy the happiness of another's children when her
own is without shoes." Tho writer ol
those lines must havo had experience
for tbe biiBis f>f his thoughts.
A feeling against monoplies of all
kinds has boen aroused which may
gather strength and result in consequences which those who havo not
given much thought to government,
ownership may yet bo astonished at.���
Victoria Times.
What a picnic it will be lor Ferguson if tho railway happons to remain
at the foot ofthe lake, until tho water
in the lake is lowered. Fifty or,sixty
four-horse teams plying between here
and the boat landing would make
things fairly hum.
The miners' union at Rossland, Nelson, Sandon, Greenwood and Sloeau
City have built hospitals for themselves already, and when the miners
organize bere in April, lt is more than
likely they will soon afterwards do the
same as the others have done���build a
hospital for their own purposes.
Keep Still. When trouble is
brewing, keep still. When slander
is getting on its legs, keep still.
When your feelings are hurt, keep
still, till you recover your excitement at any rate. Things look
different through an unagitated eye.
In a commotion once I wrote a letter and  sent il,  and wished I had      ,
A number of rural newspapers in
not. In my later years I had an- thl��� Becti(m are ad���ertle!ng for boys
other commotion, and wrote a long to learn the printers' trade. Any
letter ; but life rubbed a little sense publisher who seeks to induce a lad to
into me, and I kept that letter in embark in that, lino ln the present age
my pocket against the day when I ?"�����V��� d<*>9 th? boy he hires an
',.,   ..." ... .    .      injustice, as  there Is prastlcally no
cduld look it over without agitation"! hope  of remunerative employment ln
and without tears.   I  was glad I' the  future-Typographical  Journal,
May kind providence help us nnd our
rulers sparo us. The speech from the
throne does not appear to contain anything of special Interest to Lardeau
excepting an intimation that "amendments will be introduced to perfect as
far as possible existing mining laws."
If a railway from the (Mast to Kootonay will pay it sliould be built and
operated by the people. If it will not
pay It would bo cruelty to allow Mann,
Mackenzie or somo othor capitalists
to blow in t,heir hard-earned money on
this charter blasted province.���Ledge.
D. L. Clink,   -   -  Proprietor.
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The Balmoral Hotel will be found
always prepared to accommodate
guests in an up-to-date style. The
bar is stocked with the choicest wines,
liquors and cigars, and our cuisine
service receives special attention and
is unsurpassed in North Kootenay.
The capacity has recently been
increased by an extensive addition
and furnished and refitted throughout.
| Hotel Ferguson       I
THK PIONEER HOTEL or THB LARDE   I'   <��
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of f
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tenderfeet comforted.
Kuti'H i93.00*ii tiny mill upward*1.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
n
4
.-**
MUST WINKS, LIQUORS AHDCIGAB8.
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHlil).
BEST 12.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED ASH HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
H. O. PARSON
Wliolesalo   Dealer    111
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
Tho .tent GundM Only.
Stock Liii'tre nnd CfiinjiU'i*'.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
^l&fcifcW&q^^
t
FERGUSON
Is tlie....
Pay Roll Centre
The place where
the iMines are.'
COM IS AND INVESTIGATE FOB YOURSELF. prudent people
Will Do Well to Peruse the Facts
Herein Contained.
Ferguson
Townsite
T.J. Wilson, M.D., CM.
1,, li, C  I*. & S,   iQuceii'f- University.J
Provincial Coroner, Etc.
pStsioiajj and surgeon,
$��frH>&$r$&$>$^^
Z^r-^r, !
Ferguson, B. C.
I
The Man Who Can See the Length
of His Nose Will Not Hesitate
to Invest His Money in the
Lardeau,    the   Coming
Camp     of    B.    C.
That the    Lardeau   district has
unbounded   mineral   resources   no
well informed person will deny.
The Lardeau district is entering
upon a new era, brought about by
wonderful developments, finds and
strikes already made; along with
the fact that the construction of a
railway by the C. P. R. is absolutely certain for early next season, in
liict the company are now building
the wharf at the head of Kootenay
lake, and the contract for 80,000
ties has been let.
The large ore shipments being
made this winter in spite the fact
that transportation and treatment
costs $35 to $50 per ton, indicates
the high grade nature of our ores,
With cheap transportation next
season, when Lardeau's low and,
medium grade ores can be treated
profitably the possibilities are
astounding.
The attention of outside investors
has already beer: arrested and hundreds ure now making arrangements to operate in this district���
in fact some of them are here now,
securing; bonds, looking for and
finding ground-floor propositions.
No district in Canada to-day
offers bolter inducements for the
investor than this one. The mining
industry is i:o monopoly. The poor
man has even chances.at least more
so than in other lines. When he
finds a "Triune" he doesn't need to
sell. What other occupation in
lite can a man follow where his
chances with a wealthy competitor
are less diminished than in prospecting and mining?
"There is a tide in lhe affairs of
men,which, taken at the flood leads
oh to fortune." It may not be your
iot to make a fortune, but if ever
there was an opportunity in a mining camp, the Lardeau offers it
to-day. Don't wait until the railway comes; for then the prospector
is not in the same need of money to
hang an'.,
if you have money to invest now
is the time to investigate. Come
straight to Ferguson ; you will find
men here who have properties to
sell; in fact Ferguson is the home,
lhe meeting place for prospectors
and investors. Thc owners, as a
rule, will he found most reasonable
and jlvvays ready to give you infor-
lyintfcpii, cheerfully escort you to
tlisii properties, and otherwise
interest you in their interests. We
have the mineral resources and no
money to develop them. Will you
come in and help us and thus help
yourself ?
NOTICE
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Purchasers of lots are
hereby notified that all
payments from this date
must be made to the undersigned, whose receipt only is
valid.
Final Payments may be
sent to the Lmperial Bank
of Canada, Revelstoke, P.C.,
to be held till delivery of
deeds.
Henry Floyd,
Sole Agent Ferguson townsite.
POSTAL    ADDRESS:   REVELSTOKE,    B.
January Mi, 1900.
Harvey, McCarter <J! Pinkham
.BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFMCES :     REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors fur Imperial Bank of Canada.
Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
J.M.Scott, B.A.,L.L.B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
OFFICES:   McKENSSTBAVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.H. Holdich, M.C.M.L,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
AN   UP-TO-DATE COMPREHENSIVE AND
RELIABLE
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service*' In school house evory
Sunday at 'A p.m    junday school at 2 p.m.
Trout Lake Cit" . Services in Forrester's
hall every Hundayat 7::so p.m. Sunday
school at'2:30p.m.
REV. B. J. QUEEN, Pastor.
A Reliable
lece
Is a Jewel,
lf your vmtcb is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring It to me
ut once und I'll guarantee Its repair.
My shop is In tlio Eaot.k hldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
MINING PROPERTIES
in the Lardoau
For Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
S. TH0KNT0X  LANGLI'Y St CO.
HOSSLAN1). I!.C.
l'l'oiuoti'rs    nf    Legitimate    \llning
Entci'pi'isOB.
Showing the position of the
streams, mountains and pusses,
waterways, every claim in the
Trout lako mining district, the
trails and wagon roads, location
of surveyed railways, and everything-which will assist an outsider tn acquaint hirasolf with
our district. The production
of this map has been takeu hold
of by two of the best fitted men
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 beautifully
lithographed in five colors and '1
entirely free from advertising -
matter of any kind.
The urgent necessity for such
a complete map, probably 40 x 40
lias long been folt by all persons
interested in this district; and it
is a pleasure to note tbat two
such able men havo decided to fill
the bill. The Price, the same
to all, has been placed at the
sum of $1.00, prepaid to any
Address.
If You  Want one  or  More
Send your address at
once to
The Lardeau Eagle
Ferguson, B. O.
Canadian Paciilc
AND 800 LINK.
First Class Sleepers
On all trains from ttovolstoitc and
Kootonay Lauding.
Also Tourist Curs
pass Duninore Junction for
St. Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Toronto on Mondays
and Wednesdays. Montreal and Boston ou Saturdays. Samo ears pass Revelstoke one day  earlier.
United Hate of North America
THIS I<f THB
I'NiON LABEL
ofthe United Hatters of North America. When you
aro buying a FUR
HAT, cither soft or
stiff, see to it that
thc genuine UNION
LABKL is sewed In
it. If a retailer has
loose labels in hi*
possession and off-
iK-��**iifirj ncscir ers t(- lmt one in B
^G/STEWS-r patronize him.   He
has not any right to have -lo'os.0 lands. Loose
lnbels in retail storea arc coun ter felts. Do not
tisM'ii to anv exnlaiiationas to why thc hat hns
.in label. T'he G'cnutns UniOn Label is perforated on the four edges exactly tbo same its a
postage stamp. Coutorfeits mc sometimes
perforated nn three of the edges, and sometimes
���Triilv on two. Keep a sharp lookout for the
.'omiieri'eits. t'tiprineipled manufacturers aro
using them in-.order to get rid of thoir scab*
iiiuU-liiiis. The John B. Stetson t'o. and Henry
fl. ItuelofK, both of Philadelphia, Pa., are nonunion concerua.
JOHN A. MOFF1TT. President. Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary,477 Park Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Smoke Cigars
And at all  times  insist on the
box bearing. THE BLUK LABEL.
It helps manufacturers to see tho force
>f laying fair and honost wages.
I'iie Label Committee, C. M. I, U.
The Union Label
On everything you buy is a guarantee
that thc producers thereof roeolveafalr
rate of wages for its production.
[NSI9T ON HAVING THE LABEL.
thai this Label is on nil Clothing you buy.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, II, C.
Thi' most complete resort on tlio coutluont
uf North America. Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
tiinl excursions.    Resident physician unci
IIIITSO.    Ill   telegraphic I (Mlllll IlllU'Hl i.UI V.'il ll
nil purls of tlie world. Two mulls arrive und
ttopartovory dnv.   its baths euro all nervous
and muscular discuses Its waters Ileal all
kldiiev, liver and stomach ailments. Its
baths and waters tire a sure remedy iigulnsl
all argentiferous poisons, TERMS : if, to
���is per week, according to residence ill hotol
or villas.
For time tables and full Information .ull on
op address nearest local agent.
J. MoUREERY, Agent Arrowhead.
.1. 9,  C'KTKU, T. I'. A.,   Nelson.
k.j coyu8,as.:'.r'ai��.Agt���Vancouver,B.c'S, DANEY, Proprietor.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packing
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTERS AT FERGUSON, 11. C.
Contracts entered iu'" '"" mucking ol
Mlnlno- Supplies, etc., l��� ���.iy point
in tha distriot.
Good, prompt sorvico, and any work
undertakon guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to Ft rgtison a specially.
Real Estate
in Ferguson
Is probably the safest investment in the country
as can be readily seen from  the actual  records
of  assessment,   certificates   of   improvements,
development,   new  strikes  in   various  mining
properties surrounding Ferguson  and  the  fact
that a railway will reach here this  year.     The
demand  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.     In  anticipation  of what is ia store
for the  near future, several large building.; are
being erected, a public school building is  to   be
provided, two banking institutions will establish
branches here, and taken altogether the citizens'
are   evincing   their faith   in   the     town     by
something   more   than   talk.
Ferguson is the
Coming Town
t
The Place Where
the  Mines Are
Ferguson is recognised 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 hiils, entitles it to the well known
local name -the Pay Roll centre. Ferguson is
the headquarters and outfitting point for all the
mining men now operating in this district.
Accept a pointer, make enquiries, come in and
see for yourself and you will agree with us
that Ferguson Real Estate is the best thing
now offered as a safe investment in this country. The large number of sales among
private owners of fois, the steady upbuilding
of the town, und the confidence displayed
by men who are already on he ground should
be sufficient evidence for the average investor
that like all othar mining camps, the leading
towns are located where the mines are. And
Ferguson will be no exception to the rule.
FOR   PRICES OF  LOTS,   ETC., Al'l'Lt/tO
r
i
Henry Floyd*
Sole Agent,
Reve Isteke, B. C.
���> <HH
'i>WW$MttH<
\ ONTHEWINGITEMS
S.   F,   W.   Gainer,
back from Revelstoke.
watchmaker, is
Messrs. Andrew and Dafid Ferguson
left for Uevelstoke on Thursday morning.
li. Davis has been appointed agent
for Sawyer Bros.sash and door factory.
See their ad. elsewhere.
James Anderson, Ernes* Davis and
T.. E. I'ettipieco camo in from Revelstoke to work at the mill.
Messrs. C. Stillwoll, M. E., and T.
Gallon of Nelson, spent three or four
days in town during tho past week.
A. II. rlolrtich, secretary and assayer
for tho Groat Western Mines, Limited,
has been in town for the past wook.
As will be observed In the Balmoral
hotel advt. in this issue, Mr. Cummings is now prepared to cater to the
travelling public,
Tlio people in this district have los.
Ms rtin to thank lor tho expenditure of
*>7,4SD.i)7 ou the wagon road betwoon
hero nnil Thomson's Landing.
i 'onstantinople was visited with
severe snowstorm on January 10. The
tramways were stopped and traffic on
tlie railways was interfered with.
In Winona, Minn., thero have been
!IOO e.'iscs of smallpox, and some of tho
surrounding cities have established a
quarantine against tho infected city.
Tip- EAGLE reaches more people in
this district than all othor newspapers
oomblned. Advertisers recognize this
and are governing themselves accordingly.
The stage on Friday brought in half
a dozen young porkers to tlie Queen's
hotel, Trout Lake, on Monday. Passengers to tim Lake wore, therefore, on
the ling nl! tho way.
T. W. tlruliame, of the Prospectors'
EKciiange at the Landing, returned
homo from Uevelstoke on Monday,
bavins' boen treated for a soro foot
which is now on the monn.
The official report of tlio financial
department of the Paris exposition
shows u loss of only $400,000. Tho
expenditures amounted to $28,800,000
and the receipts amounted to $22,1100,
000.
Fresh cariboo tracks were visible in
the snnw on the townsite Wednesday
morning. Rather dangerous ground
lor tlie cariboo to tread upon, as fresh
moat in Ferguson exists io memory
only.
'I'iio brother of Andreo, the missing-
aeronaut, despairing of bis brother's
return from the Arctic regions, has
finally opened hit will. .The tenor of
it shows that tho explorer hardly
expected to return,
Joseph Martin, leader of the opposition, said in a rocent interview that
the people of Vancouver by electing
Garden bad declared against him, and
that he would therefore hand in his
resignation as leader.
The O. P. R. has decided to expend
(WiOOiOOO in enlarging the Hotel Vancouver nnd making it one of the finest
hotels on the coast. Architect Rattcn-
bnry has returned from Montreal with
complete plans of enlargement.
Religious service will be lield in tho
new public ball next Sunday afternoon,
Rev. S. J. Green officiating. An effort
is being made to have special music
and singing for the occasion. Never
mind the boiled shirt feature, boys,
hut just jog along to church next Sabbath d:iy.
BUSINESS   LOCALS.
* By all moans send to Field &
Bews, druggists and stationers, Revelstoko, for anything you want in their
line.
* If you havo a lot in Ferguson you
dosire to sell,, write, giving full particulars, to this office. A buyer guar
antoed, if thc location is suitable.
* For office supplies of every description at lowest prices send to the
Canada Drug & Book Co., Revelstoke, B. C. Mail orders promptly
Ailed.
* When you roach Trout Lake City
registor at the Queen's Hotel. Abrahamson Bros., proprietors. Good
accomodation : best service ; choice
wines, liquors and cigars; fireproof
safo; rates reasonable
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, n. 0.
General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work���
Promptly attended to at moderate rates.
Jlorse shoeing a specially.
PKED. DISJAKIMNE.
We beg to inform the Lardeau building public that
in a few days we will
have a complete stock   of
Sash
AND
Doors
on hand at the Ferguson
Saw Mill. Mr. Davis,
our Lardeau Agent, will
be pleased to quote you
prices, show you the
stock and deliver it.
Sawyer Bros.,
Revelstoke.
You
Have
a lot   in   Ferguson
you wish   to    sell,
send particulars to
the Eagle   office.
Sale guaranteed,   if
the location    and
price is right.
Remember
The
Opening
Ball
In the New Hall, Ferguson,
Thursday. March Nth.
Committee: Vincent Lade, Dr. T. A. Wilson,
Arthur Brans, S. Shannon, Miss K.
P.itw.rds. '
Imperial Bank
in       "f Canada.
CAPITA!. J2,5O0,0O0.00.
REST 11,700,000.110.
General Banking Business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Savings
Department at current rates.
A. R. rTltEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
H. EdwardsJttV
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, Birds, Etc.
Mounted. Furs Cleaned
and repaired.
Third street ^Revelstoke
R. S. Wilson.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
and GIFTS' FURNISHER.
When buying a suit of clothes,
a hat. or anything in the line of
wearing a^parrel, one naturally
looks for quality and style. Our
first aim. is to see that every article is substantial and durable. Next we see that it is
thoroughly artistic in design. Our experience
enables us to do this. Our stock of Miners
cothing is the best in the Lardeau and we
carry the most complete line of boots and shoes
in North Kootenay. No matter what your
taste may be in these lines we can satisy it
-REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
NOTIOB TO  CO-OWNERS.
TO ARTHUR EDWARD STANFORD:
Take notice that The Double Eagle Mining
���ind Development Company, Limited Liability,
co-owner witli you of tlic".\Iay llec" mineral
claim, situated on the Nettle L. mountain near
F'lee���tin, In tlie T rat Lai:,' mining division
of West Kooteno ���. British Columbia, have
neefprraod an., recorded the assessment
work and made ttie expenditure required
to be done and recorded ou tbe above
mentioned claim lor (he year 1D0O under section '24 of the Mineral Act and the year for
which work was done and expenditure made
having expired, we hereby give you notice
pursuant to section lour ol the Mineral Act
Amendment Aot 10(10, to contribute vour proportion oi such expenditure for the year 18O0,
within IK) days ol the first  publication  hereof.
Dated this 18th day of January, A. D. IBM,
Till! DOUBLE EAGLE MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED
LIABILITY.
Per A. H. Holdich, Secrctary.
NOTTOE TO OOOWNER.
TO .NAPOLEON WELLS:
Take  notice  that  we tlie undersigned
Mr. Robinson, ol Went Elgin, litis
given notice of a resolution to de aw.iy
with tho present system of free trans"
portation to members of parliament,
iw! to make it compulsory on all roads
receiving a franchise to give passim to
members, and that no mileage Indemnity in future be paid.
The now hall will be "opened" on
Thursday evening, March 14th, owing
lo the j Tl h Tallin ; on Sunday. A local
uoramltleo of five have taken the matter in hand, and judging from the
danolng program a good enjoyable
time may be expected. The hull is
24 x 40. nnd tlie floor la the best in the
camp. Music will be furnished by .Miss
K. Edwards and J. Parisian. A midnight liineh will bo provided.
The Rossland Miuer gives tbe following comparative cost of mining and
Fr*C iiun'T'SSss'Ttei. .ajtdPonndary ore
oundnry:   minin.-,  *2.rMjJ   fieight, (10
I cents', smelting, $1.00;  to/tal. ��4.!"0 per
ton.   Rossland: minlne, $%:i>; freight,
I 50 cent?! smelting, $4.00;  fbotol, $7.76.
I The reasons for t: e difference are lhat
tho Boundary ores nre ael" lluxintr, do
not, require roastin"-, an/d tbeir plants
I are operated by wiitcjr power Instead of
lsteatn    JUBt welt till
ore treated at ove'r
owners with you ol the Little Robert and
l.iltle Robert No. 2, mineral claims situated at
the extreme head ol the north fork of Lardeau
ereek in tiie Trout Lake mining division ol
West Kootenay In the province of
British Columbia, have performed and recorded the assessment work and made the expenditure required to be done and recorded un the
above mentioned eliiiins for the year 1000,
under seetion 21 of tlie Mineral Act and thc
year for which work was performer] and ox-
penditiiic made having expired wc do
horobv give yon notice pursuant to section 4of
the Mineral Act Amendment Act l'JUU, tn contribute your proportion of such expenditure
for the year Itorolnboforo mentioned within 00
daysof lhe tlrst publication hereof.
Dated et Trout Lake tii is 26th day of January,
A. II. loiil.
OEO.T. LI'NDY,  .1. (''. KIRk'I'ATKICK,
co-owners.
SMOKE
"Our Special"
and
"Union"
��***--B-----r-M-B*ara-M*M-u-M-
u;;aks.
Revelstoke CiQar Mfg. Co.
; FIELD tf BEWS,
���   Druggists
Chemists   ��� {
Stationers
U'^ffiy!REVELSTOKE.
Post
Store
Before Receiving Our
Spring Stock
We desire to turn our present stock into
ready cash, as we need tbe mouey and
room for ogr large new stock. Extra
good values will be offered in ''oloaring
out" lines. Drop in and let us give you
quotations	
BATHO tf CO.
k
Pioneer Store
Cummins& Co
Ferguson and Ten-Mile
��^<m*<!^��*>**<!>��***��*��*��">*m<^^
Before buying Hardwaie for building Purposes
drop u line for quotations to ... .
, B.C.
More  than  freight  saved  by    buying;   your
requirements   from   the Departmental  Store.
���/* ���$ $
To Lardeau Patrons
The ciiiAlt iiiul STATIONERY business
which I linvebi'i'tii'imil'if-thj'-tn lU-volitoke
npposilc the station, Iihs been sold to J. \V.
I-j.NNKIT.     Tliniikiiiff  yuu nil   for   vour
nasi patronagoandsolfbitingaoontlnuancQ
foi" my fiiu'ces.snr, 1 remain, yours,
Chas. J. Annul.
I its ore
n tbe cost of
..th
I tbt above, It will surprise the unlives,
I
FURNITURE
Carpets, Lineoleum,
Floor Oils, Blinds,
Wall Paper, etc.
Agent Pianos, Sewing Machines,   etc.
Mall orilcrs promptly attended to.
7c, HOWSOH, Furniture Dealer
und Vudcrtoker, REVELSTOKE.
C.B.Nume&Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
��-��   General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Revelstoke.
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
sent free. Cfirieit HKOiiey for acctiriofrpatontH.
Patents taken tlirouali Mono & Co. receive
tTtclal notice, without cliarce, In tbe
Scientific American.
A limrlFoniolr flhisfrnttd wonkl**.
(���illation nt 'ipv (���(���ici.tUh) Juit:
"     ""    'l')Ml.
ear; f*.iir momlis, ?'. 8���>)
LfirBPsl c"tr*
TcnuH. ?'J a
hyiUl newf-dMilotv.
fl 3e?Qroail*.ay,
lo��, fa V St, WF.sliii.iiton, D.
For all the difference
in the cost
Everyone should use printed
stationery. You buy canned
goods by tbe ense to save money.
Why not buy your Letteu
Heads nml ENVELOPES Iii 500 or
11100 lots; then you have printed
stationery at tho same price as
if yon bought blank paper by the
pad. To secure thc best quality
of paper, neat, clean and attract-
i ve printing and prompt attention
to your order, call on or write
The Lardeau Eagle,
^FERGUSON, B. C. ,
THI* INSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. I K. W. 0, BLOOKi NBLSON, n. 0.
Gold, RIlver-l.cnd and Copper Mines wanted at the EXOUANfJK. KRKK
MILLING   liOU) properties   wanted  at once for   Eastern   investors.
Parties having mmlntt property For Sale aru requested to send sH-iiplcs
i,i'tlieir ore to tiie BXOItANOfi for exhibition.
All samples should be went by express prepaid. t'orroapondenco
solicited.   Address all communication to
ANDREW I'.  KOSENBEKGEf
P. O. Ilox 700,      NELSON, II. C.
Don't    Hesitate    About   Building
Because you fear you will have to wait for Lumber. I have my mill running daily and can fill
all orders, large and small, with despatch, and
furnish the best of lumber at reasonable prices.
R.    Davis,
Ferguson,  B.  C.
f\\
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