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DIKTAT, QUOTATIONS,
Now l'ork Market.
Silver���Bar....'.,.*    856}
Lead-IoO lbs       4.25
Copper     12.50
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OCT 24 1904      ...r
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'������w^ rfhpM.&i-.f.te     IE     MORE    IVIDKLY
N.Tnlftlin.])   than; i-*r>*   other
^IWSpSPEK IN NORTH KOOTK-
NAY���IT WILL Hi: FOUND AN EX-
CEMENT   ADVEK'l '.INC    MEUIUM.
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Vol. V, No 26
Ferguson, B. C, OCTOBER 14, 1904.
$2 a Year in advance
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it
���ocal and General.
Tho question is NOT whether tho
Grand Trunk Pacific shall bo built,
but who shall own it. Tho people are
to pay nine-tenths of the cost, why
should sueh a splendid property be
given away to a privato corporation-?
James Lade and Arthur Gunn, two
prominent officials of the Grout Northern Minos, Ltd., were ih town on
Saturday.
Jack McKinnon, our merchant
prince, accompanied by his wife and j
littlo J.Q.M.K's, arrived home from
the coast this week.
,T. U. Cftsssmttn, tho Revolstoke
tailor, will visit Perguson and Trout
Lako Oct. 20th Lo -Sth. J.B- ia always
welcome in these rilimes, bbci although
'ti* on record that he ��ivo9 thehoyp
"lit?," thoy nro moro 'desirable than
the eastern sweat-shop misfits. He'll
do you proud, and you won't squeal at
the pence imposed either.
Sandy Laughton is running tho
Lardeau hotel un-jjefr his'oWn management add proprietorship, and his.pa.6-'
rons will join witli us in wishing him
luck galore.
What adiiTerenco in thc weather pf
tho past few weeks as compared with
tho same period of 1903. Then in
places six feet of snow was no dream,
but now, bar an ocoatrtoaa! shower
and acrispqess in the morning at tlie
jump-out juncture, things aro just too
ileliffhtfu'.Iy earthly.
Mayor Marshall is walking arc
With a lingo gash above his sneo:
apparatus. He toils the old ga;ral
chopping wood and a piece flying
etc.; etc., etc.
Tlio .. Service of Bong " held i:1 t
on Sunday ovoning last so far as
music is concernea wa1* a _.-������.���
and wo feci nuro bad i ���;,-���     '' .'.
auMXCtttfr Ol   it.-,:   ���r.-.i.ciif :k    _-r_l   d
to,_Wac rendered, a far la. ���
TOdld have been present.. i ii ���
thesonjcwhfttspanse attend nee ;>'i
no seupo i*J.ii__perl the ard r ol
cornmUi.-o,* ami Sunday 23cdt_.no
'��� song servico will beeesayed.
Walter Edwards, co'ok at tho.Trl
.  mirm, spent a few days in   own
week.
Tbo obcri/f'a s:ilc of tho effects o!
King's h'btol came off as advertisci
Wednesday Just. Tlio furniture
Oompletcoutfltof household effects \
(put undaj* the hammer in one lot,
the- OTbton'ts of tlie saloon and eel
, ���Avoir d:,-.'i'i,'ii of in oxtonso. ��� fc.
bf our ardbs have enough whiski
last forever and ever, wnile devt
of My Lady Nicotine bad an opp u<
Uy of ti lifetime among the c\u
Strangers, striking the n
these days vote it like-7
from ho:::c.
Bob Steiss is killing a lot of timo
and game those days. ,His markman-
ship is responsible for many a bird
gracing thc festive board of his friends.,
Wo wish Bob would class us iu this
category.
Fred C. EUIottt has made so-'oral
trips cf a business nature to the "place
where tho mines aro" this week.
Bill Adams has had great success
this season with his veget^de crops.
Somo of his speeimSns would have
cleaned up tho prizes had they been
entered at tho Nolson fair, and thoy
would have had an easy win too. His
crop nf cabbage is an extraordinary
ono, and whilo wo can obtain vegetables locally of such high class wc
have not much fear of an excellent
supply for the lone winter days.
The. local magistrate^held their Qrst
court in Ferguson on Monday last.
Bub ono ease figured on tho charge-
sheet, being a case of assault 1 h I
battery In  whi h two .ladies Qgtfrc .
one, tno oirenco atiogea uy r-nepros icu-
trix being that tiip defendant pitched
a loaf of home-fciado broad at b< r.
Tho game of ping-pong would have
gone on rm' a limo had not tbe prosecuting lady stopped the broad tvitb ber
eye. Thi.- storm.tn a teacup epjjtjcl by
fcho dofan tent Bmilftigly a'&itfVtfoK the
offence undor great provocation and
satisfying the ends of justice by paying
��land-costs:
Fhe- Fight is k
Ex-Governor -Mackintosh For Us.
November 22nd th ��� people ol  '
fhe roll as I i who hall be on ul
during the en ilnj* ti m, Wi h li
tbe country will go st:     -and   ill
I TilC   NeWS Of   the MioeS     We trust that the pressing need of.
Told in Brief.
er has mado a rich strike
1 iin fl': orl I loat mountain.
across the trail"
to keep the
tbo people detrai
ted from   I
Issue.    The Com
rvatlve ] ai
west will be full
��� o   th   .-
Hi    us uncovered a ���
and iron for aboul !
���.   . ..-��� . ��� -. .
: :    the   I       '-.'���       '        .
$100, as
Bert hi
a wa/fon road up tbo North Pork will
ba speedily placed beforo the proper
Authorities.
"Tin' Oyator-Crlterioo mill had its
usual monthly clean-up last wcelc, a
handsome $4,000 brick resulting. This
mus bo very satisfactory to tho man-
axemen
doubtedly  a
ory high
lc anticipi]
The consorro
Mine- visited
���as aooompanl
ivo candid,-to for tbis
������:��� ���! on to, 'ay.     I io
.    v,.;l.   Taylor,
-ether thoy were im--
the Gove
mitted to
way, shall own
If tho people
transconl inonta
own It.    Th - |
preseotatlves *.
alrca
ho has ibeen superlntondi
for tbo'Consolidal C ���.
company can ship a hu
returns sucl
illow  a  larfi
these un-
argin for
' a S4,000
ormanoe,
.1 i    of a
Sfi-ade,   evon
ir r suits
or.
���'Cup  mill
at
3-MUe   is
-.; to the  ;*ft
atil
cation of
uent and st...
hhi
Idei's and
concerned,
was  iun on
-!'!.���.���-  for  .
rhe
i hi
\ m
st
mill has
tch sinco
mth ago.
vuek and
������bare of
nm with tlio adi
tho North Fork,
. oftho i iw road up
ig several oi n
upplV of fuel fi
��� tbe wlnte
;. O. Buchanan, Inspoetor of te til
mtiea in Bpnaking recently about
���   i I ��������� nee. in ' lie   p ice       loai   In
the treatment of thc low-grade ores.
During tho past few days a 30 ton ear-
in...! i E concentrates and a half-ton of
'in1!;,)!! were shipped. Nov.- that tho
roasters have been fixed it will moan
that both furnacos will bo operated,
and the mill be running al its full
capacity henceforth.
Ou  tl     .'     .rise j      I  ictivitv ore-
���  pci
Er.       ������ ���   " t, and it  h
this pr     ic     prices will cul will 1      tan
t thn variou   ���' ���   ���?   ral    -!���'.������. ^-; *    I   ,-
'���"-��� ��� with an incroasefl   j. iv;-:j/ -, ;.   .-.
���     i"   ���    ���     ��� ���    fshaoi     tho   ore    ���    I   !,���
re a,
:oaa.,"
tips
plune, camo n
Alex. La
Tuesday,
made to blcv up by Cyr.itulto n colt:
and Its occupauts in PerguFon. ".' u
coui;i;< puriiifid bv the perpetrator In
oaoh in-f-ir:-.' bus been to Insert a
ohargotfl I owder Into.n logo' lln wo il,
with tbo ,-i .-'ill that tho    I ���- w hi i'��
been wi li id  in each Instiii 'e.   The
Strong arm "I tlio law wns put i-i
motion on Thursday, and lute tho same
evening Constable K-irkpatric'* ;i'-; ��� ���
ted a mkn r.nmeil Heliry'Snnn on suspicion nl tlioin-lrno. Ho w brought
beforo tha magistrates on Friday morning, lind rcmu-tidcd rtifil Monday tho
17th.
The Coiifcrvntivri policy as in the
G.T.K Is n KU'ulirJjl ��� s".   To build the
railway an
discrbaii!.'.
and (iallin
ness man,
try will pay nlno-te
_h___-nHwnr, to pay 1
andOWK It.
George Ynlll condnctetl what we bo-
licvo was tho lirst [motion sale In town
in a orcdllfiblo manner, and' In his
dapnolty u_ hblght of thn baitimeil.wus
not to bo rattled. Ono lltt.Ui Incident
In tlio nature of a "bull " caused a
fusllade oi good hnmorcd banter to la-
directed towards the unwnry breaker.
Four tons - f Ice wero up for a hid, and
the' iiiu'luiiiei'i- addressing u well-known
hotol-keepiii', suggested Unit, tho lot
would be tlie very thing for him. " I've
got about ii tonsol ieo now," replied
tho ono nildi-.'s.��'d, ami (lontlnulng his
' answer, saitl : " Had (1 tons, hut half e(
it was moiled by lire, and tho o'.bor
half got burnt up."
W. S. .1'lMct, of Nelson, paid r.
business vi.ii. lo tlio town on VVt'd-
nosd iy la. t
of Great  Britain
Ownership anil  1
j Voto ior Mackln
: with all other :li-i
Tbis  is
iw doing lots
- corn bill."
no when tho
more unani-
enl bu-
i of  snoc ��� s.
so  in the
be.v-i'.'ii    Maes
'���: youraoir, nsi
s not wi.-o as the
he other one
'. ' .     ��� ' .
"',   ' ���'/'.l,:''' "'.' .!';',!7.'.'
���>-/i.-;    ..;��� ���        ,\         ....
lhe Value- (
West, and
K of the road will ineraaso \ talniltaatciUtnini   *-1 oi tn m Trlumi i     .
f  ovei'v   fool of !*i*iil In tli,. ' nail urin i'u' lower n   noai     ������  tlio I.   ..;
ipeu up vast tracts ot land.Uni,i.-.���,t i , .... .,.���,*  ,, nS" ilm ileirofiolltun
'or Hottlom
���ar. t.'ius Ulilltlllg new open- H ofif.anil rilvur Minm.*; (loinniaynf [.nnlrftii
logs    foe
luen-"    'l'
hn mess ami  pro!(s*^:!9-.al 1 :  '*         v''        net*:   .-.'   *    *      .
no, every weed of It.   lis , ���$$* \!'. ^ '.,';;V;., \��� T'' '- J.. ?..0ii?cS
,:      ,;,      �����
i;i���.1"' ���'\!^3I^I!^1,^.. HllC���i.;.'r i S'i ": ������ 'Iks
ike'i-ii'-i'-e
t   nnd tl bovu men) ionod > wa at-''.''! :i���''.'- i-'.-i
adyatitage
ui;i ;.i-i'-ri- in tiin iiatn'ral
Tie* UrtroiMtll '1 -1 n nl SI    er
ugi.    11 ,- not, a question oF
.  .Via.:!..- ��� I'lii; *e of ; ������ ��� mi,
lii-iiniin-* i
������   railway,    lis a nne-sttion
"...,,,,.,���..,.
,.r .*���',.:'.,.,.
* i.   in onl-j 'iii'- tl hui If)   own
jlj         .i             .                ,
it. tn- h '. iho s.anrisr G&f-\ p-,,*..,,^,. ;��� ���""'
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Fran
' :.".'.,o F���-2:>ch���A   General   Banking   /-;<��� d.*.*rss   Transacted.
dtnl  ���' 'thorlaed, 84.000,000                    i;sad orr-ics:
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dtnl (p.i.d up)    -    3,000,000                _         .      ���   .....
.;  . - - - . - 2,8no,ooo           Toronto, Ostiiilo.
Branches i
���i tho Northwest Territories. Provinces   of Hritish Coimnbia,  Madl
toba, Ontario and Quebec.                                    "
T. R. MKl
tRITT.-Pres'tdont,          D, B. WILKTf',- Vico-Pn's. mil Oi     Man.
1:'.. IIAV. .
*.. Istai ; Gen. Manager.                     \V. JiOFFA'.', . : i,*l ���       ��� "���< r
viti ,-   lopartnuint���Deposits received a-flalnteresi   ''   ������ d.
'��� uJuwi "'"'���
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ilall iu liivcU te collootWtl. Rial
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ii London  by ci t'taln i omai n
,,";���'���'.;: i  rbui    relatii i   .
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orcl Cm :ou,    ! te
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when loctril    ;    t1 >���
; | .        |   y        [] *.v      ',-.      I
 iti d  be ti war b l iveen
��� '  nW   *:;������ nrtvata  opinio .
The i ovv turn
An ust,  la  ir
b . ���
fully   equ 1 p;
���d
i(:;;it otllcialH in  LmHa,  a id ;". added
tit many big nun; were I
i ntiiutly to lii'iia all the :;'-. i an ���
ory | t-ejn ������ w lon ivaa b ling made fot!
;,!>.,.   Rvan   came down   from   the
M0'1
bo  Mr as
NOTICE.
borcbv  piven  that
d >wn   hy   ;'��� .��� tdal
shlpmen-.,
At th ��� V -: mo  .    real deal of rfticn-:
tion has 1        ���   roted to uo; lopment
tin   ������..- ������������ i.i        ar    hi     ent    of
'"   I i ��� n i   ��� :������ I .-���������'��� kly
���-, No. '���'���. ��� (.arti ��� early in
ow   in on  the ore kdffe
Th    Tri u o '���-  now
hi . -rails,
e    ;.  ., mu. for a        er catn-
; ;il ������ .      I     , ��� [id    I   to    ���   *   :: shaft
connect 1 No. II, and
���  .-��� ���.     .   ;        ���'���::;���
���   ! 'I
ope  nth ���       by the
���.:... i ���.
��� .;������ r ore-
..','������
..���"
h      '���      Bton        i. tho mil end!-
,-.-.-       t ol , ���������
��� Ml   tbo
noil tan  ���-���'. I and
tt |io notion
mill,  they >    I
I i .'��������������� a v�� ���
Lho fir'ti ��� illlty ol  ������ ���' Intor'i
:���������,.    ���, .   ,   , ���.. :'. ���  to . -.-   ��� . ���'��� 1!  *.'
I:.-.. .*, ne, il     xtrei i i    -.:::'������'
nil  ii o, nn LI ������ "v r exist n  i;or o(
il ���.. .   '; lib cotnj any h re intt
OVI I" t !iii' ' ,'������:���:��� UH pOSSlb   I, Lhll HC '*
cabin ia li    Into n L i;1 thc yolid ������ iul
and anohorcd thereto : the ti:       i nar- 1
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J Are You ne Union Cigar Factory
Manufactures only Union goods, and be,
sides, they are tho best on tho market
'1.!-"' al'e IDI-t'e of tl-e best Havana tobacco'
and thoir ���_*._].?!!._ is undisputed.. Jnni.i
on getting
���'OUR SPECIAL" & "f f-'l 1C UNION"
H. A. BROWN,     -     Proprietor
I'nlon Cigar Factory, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA  ILLUSTRATED
CONTAINING 100 VIEWS
Illustrating tho Boundless liesourcos of Tlie Richest Province In
thc British Empire. Its coal, oil and timber ; its fisheries on sea,
lako and river ; its mineral and agricultural resources; its cities
and towns; its river, lake and mountain scenery, especially illustrating its great mining development, with views of allthe principal
mines, mills, smelters, etc. Sent Post-Free on receipt of price,
$1 andil.HO. Address : JAMES LAWLER, Rossland, B.C.,
Tbo largest advertiser in and for British Columbia.
BEST BUY IN B.C.. CANADA,
AT 15 CENTS.
GREATEST GOLD DISCOVERY OF THE AGE IS IN B. C.
The Big Four
^ ^Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.
Capital $625*,000s of which
our Treasury,   Shares fully
35 per cent in shares is now in
paid and non-assessable.
Mines directly west of thc LeRoi and
l.cKoi No. 2, War Eiijrle ami Centre Slur,
four of tho largo-at golcUcoppor mlnea in
ihe world j all of whieh have raid largo
���dividends-:
m^Samo Identical ore nnd veins now
fnalghton the BIG FOOK, Largeoru
bodies .
Assay* frnm 5-'i to SSOO in cold, copper,
silver, etc. Verv rich display ns now on
exhibition iu the city ore exhibit,
causing wide comment,
Wo havo nearly two miles ol railway
on Bin Four property with water und
timber in abundance.
Rossland ore shipments for 1002.
850,000 tons. Shipped for 1903, about
4i0,iii)0 tons.   Total value of Kossland
ores mined, 127,000,000.
Rossland lnree ore bodies are H
groat success with the concentration
system of ore reduction. $3.00 ore
uow pays to mine as now proved by
tbe latest reports and dividends.    *
No loss thun 100 shares sold.
Shares can be had on instalment
plan, nuyments monthly.   Twen y
por con t cash, balance within ti year,
company lias no debts or liabilities,
and a lull'force of men now working, etc.
References. ��� Tbe linn. Mayor,
Cold Commissioner, postmaster, or
any bank or business man in city.
Tbere Is a tide In tlie affairs of men
Whicli taken at the Hood leads on
to fortune ;
Omitted, all the voyage of their lifo
Is   bound   in   shallows   and   iu
miseries.
Any amount less than ?10Qj.end by
postoffice or express monoy order ;
over this amount, by bank"draft to
���Secretary,
lti-V Four Congolldutcd (Jolit
Mines, Ltd., K oust a nil, it C.
-Uabutlu.
Order Blanks and our most comprehensive and complete Illustrated prospectus
showing all Rossland Mines and giving ��� aluablo information, witb Maps and ro-
ports from Mining Engineers,scut only to Investors or those desiring to invest.
Buy Lots
in   Ferguson,  the Pay-Roll
Centre of the Rich Lardeau.
Ofthe
District.
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SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of   Poplar   and
Rapid creeks', and
NORTH ol Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
t
��
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 tip.
Hill	
For Further Information Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
Revelstoke. B. C.
DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED,'
PERMANENT  POSITION!  rapid
advancement;   salary  and  expenses ;  full iusftructiens Ires of
charge : Mean, desirable bu.luofts ���
The ,1. L. NICHOLS CO., LIMITED,
TOnpXTO,
Mention this paper.]
Trout lake City Hotel
When you
are at the
Lake, call
on Jack Simpson. A smiling face and
good liquors, wines, ote. are found behind the bar.   Tho Eagle Is taken here
I
!^jteife.*A_sfa_rfe^__trfi_s{aurtr sfajK
* Tonsorial       *
i Parlors..
*
MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON,* B. C.
Shaving.     Shampooing,
Hairdressing,      Singeing..
Dyeing,     Baths, hot and
oold water.
I have tlio best Appointed shap in tho
J.ardeau.  Open from 8 a. m. lo 8 p. m.'
ART. DESJORDY:
.%nvc zjs-jj-s-z-a-a-a A-,sr zjv-jjnjsrjj-r
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ASSAYING.
Gold or Sliver ��1.50
Cold and Silver $2.00
Silver and Lead $-2..W
Copper 11.00
Zinc .1.50
S.   SHANNON,   B.A.
FBROUSON, B.C.
oottomo����i��ii��i��tito.tM.
ti-'B.C. ASSAY* CHEMICAL SUPFlY CO. "d.
VANCOUVER, 8. 0.
Headquarters for Aasajera, Mining
& Mill Supplies. Hole agents ln 11.
C, for MorRan Crucible Co., Battersea,
England; P. W. Braun A Co.'s patent
caryFurnaces, Burnors, ete.; Wm. Ainsworth & Co.'s Fino Balances, etc., etc.
 ,
I PROFESSIONAL
|        CARDS.
��� ����������������������������> �����������-�����������������"��������
O   B.N. WILKIE,
V^f- P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Offloe:      -      -      Trout Lake.
I WM.'E. DEVEREUX,
t P.   K.   S.,
f   Oflice,
��
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
-     -     -     Beaton, B. 0
AltVEY,McCAUTKR ���_ PINKHAM,
barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Ofllces: Revelstoke, ('olden, and Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
of Canada
Goo.B.-McCartor. J.A.Harvey.
A. M. l'lnltham.
J    T7HEI) C. KMJOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C��� AND
FERGUSON,   B.   C.
Locals With it I'liystrettk.
Ii pays to uso tho telephone; A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tho 'phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want th*'''GEf!u-
inf, "Union*1 and "Out- Special"
cigar sso that "Onion CigarFa'ctory"
is stampod In gilt letters on evory bo.t.
II. A. Brown, Revolstoko,
Winter Goods.
Mr. S. A. Sutherland has returned
from the East with a magnificent
array of Winter Goods. We can
now show you some of the nobbiest
things in Winter Suits you ever saw.
B. J. CUMMINS
Ferguson, B. c
Groceries, Provisions, ete.
Fresh Fruits ln Season.
Smokers' supplies.
Canned goods.
Geo. B. Batho  S��,
���������     ~~     Fuse and Caps-'
Manager Alexandria Hall, P.O. Block, Ferguson
3  LIVERY AND CARTAGE.
ALEX. CRAWFORD, Propr.
Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where he keep/ light and heavy vehicles, single and
double drivers, *>iddle and pack horses for hire.
Also proprietor of the stage route running between
the above points, making three trips weekly.
=SATISFAOTION GUARANTEED-*-
tf^^^^^^^^r^^*?'****':
I
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens. Good accommodation
.. Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
fat
and
Transfer Outfit.
Packing and. Fer^uson Packinfir
Freighting
-'���"���     .Contracls  entered: Into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaran-
���i ���'    teed satisfactory.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney,Prop.
When Visiting
Ferguson
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Lardeau
Hotel
The best place
to stay is the
The reputation achieved
by the Lardeau Hotel is
a guarantee to visitors to
the Payroll Centre of absolute comfort. A home
from home. Ferguson's
famous house of call.
SANDY LAUGHTON, Prop.

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