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1W-BTAT, QUOTATIONS.
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Ferguson, B. C, JULY 29, 1904.
$2 a Year In advance
ERUPTIVE ROCKS.  CONTINUED.
At a number of points, dykes and
masses of green rocks occur concerning whose eruptive origin there
can be no doubt. In the present
summary they will be referred to
simply as greenstones. At the
head of Menhinick creek the greenstone is a heavy mottled gabbro
with long green pyroxene crystals,
plagiociasc nnd a dark brown
mineral with good cleavage. On
the ridge between Gainer creek
and Cariboo creek, dykes of a similar rock occur which fork and send
tongues out into the slates, altered
near the contact; although in
general the dykes conform in direction to the dip and strike of the formation. The greenstone at the
head of Murray brook is more
dioritic in appearance, consisting ot
hornblende, biotite, plaginrlnno .nJ
some pyrite.
In almost all, if not all ot the
mineralized zones, a green, yellow-
weathering rock occurs. Frequently it is schistose, somewhat resembling lhe chlorite schists, but differing ip color in the occasional development of serpentine, and in its
characteristic weather crust. Sometimes it remains more or less massive and, il large, shows a marked
porphyritic texture in the centre of
the band, while the borders remain
fine-grained. While contorming
closely to the dip and strike of lhe
enclosing rocks, it does not always
follow them. From its weathering
and high content in lime it is usually
called a dolomite, but there is no
question that it is an eruptive rock,
occurring in the form of sheets and
dykes. Its texture alone, where
unaltered by mashing, would be
sufficient to prove this, were no
other evidence obtainable. Microscopic examination points to its
having been a diabase, but it now
consists of u mixture of quartz, seri-
cite, serpentine nnd carbonates.
The granite which extends along
the south-western edge of the area
examined is rather a fine-grained,
light-colored, acid granite, consisting of quartz, white to slightly reddish orthocln.se, white plagioclase,
sometimes altered to epidote, and a
small quantity of a colored constituent, which is sometimes biotite
and sometimes hornblende. It is
full ol little cavities formed by contraction on cooling (miarolitic structure). Fine-grained aplite dykes
and coarse quartzose pegamites are
abundant in many localities near the
granite mass'. Coarse-grained porphyritic granodionte (tonalite, the
Nelson granite of the West Kootenay sheet) occurs up Fish river to
the north, and numerous glacial erratics of it are scattered over the
Lardeau district.
The distribution of the rocks can
be referred to briefly here. At Revelstoke the rock consists of schists,
gneisses, impure crystalling lime-
"tones, pegmatites, granites, etc,
That is, the sedimentary series is
much cut up by granitic intrusive
rocks, and is highly metamorphosed.
The same holds true on the Columbia river and upper part of Upper
Arrow lake. Masses ol granite
and their dykes, many of them between beds of the stratified rock, are
numerous. A large mass of granite
occurs at the Saw-mill point, extending southward to near Halcyon.
The main body of granite occurs
between Arrow lake and Trout lake,
forming the greater part of the
Lardeau-Arrow lake divide. It extends south-eastward over the Trout
lake slope forming the heads of the
tributary brooks, and about Rock
creek comes within a mile or so of
the lake. From hence its contact is
more southerly, so that at Poplar
creek it is found about io miles up
the brook from the Lardeau valley.
Further south it appears to attain
even larger dimensions. The Trout
Lake valley, the North-east Arm
and the country between the Fish
river and the Columbia, are largely-
made up ol the dark slat" and phyl-
lites with some limestone bands and
a little of the greenstone and green
schists. The strike of the beds is
about 2S0 degrees, so that 'these
rocks extend as long bands about
north-west and south-east across
the district. Between.the northeast arm and Camborne an important band of the green schists crosses
the Trout lake-Ferguson wagon
road and the south-west face of
Silver Cup mountain. They are
also important on the Lardeau
river. At Camborne and for a little
distance north is a band of slates
and phyllites, with dykes of the
diabase schist. This band extends
south easterly across the country,
crossing Beatrice mountain at the
head of Mohawk Creek, over Nettie
L. mouutain, and over the northeast slope and summit of silver Cup
mountain. It crosses thc Lardeau
river about Tenderfoot creek, and
continues through Poplar creek.
Northeast of. this band the green
schists are again developed, giving
place a little farther north-east to
the lime-dyke series, which consists
of a mixture of slates, phyllites,
schists, and some greenstone dykes.
Some dykes of diabase schist and
important limestone bands also
occur. This series, easily traceable
on account of the way in which the
heavy band of limestone withstands
weathering, can easily be followed
across the whole length of the district in a direction of about 285 deg.
This formation is met with a short
distance up Gainer creek, at the
head of the North Fork of Lardeau
creek, and the heads of Pool and
Lexinglon creeks.
WHERE  TO   PROSPECT.
Although all the ground at Poplar
creek itself is staked, there is still a
great deal ol promising territory to
be prospected for gold. The same
belt is mostly open for prospecting
north-west of Poplar creek to Silver
Cup mountain. On Silver Cup
mountain and between it and Camborne there is still some free ground.
Anywhere along this belt gold may
be found.    Free gold wai dis
covered last autumn on the Wins-
low, north-west of the head of Seven
Mile creek. While it is not certain that the whole length of this
belt is auriferous, it is worth examination. The belt south-east of
Poplar creek is little known, but
may prove auriferous. The southwest belt between the valley and
the granite contact is mostly open
for prospecting. Some promising
silver-lead ore containing* gold
values, has already been found in
this belt. The lime-dyke belt may
also be prospected for gold. Numerous quartz veins similar to those
in the gold camps occur in it, under
similar conditions, and it is altogether probable that some of them
are gold-bearing. The Ophir-Lade
group is said to continue rich free
gold ore.
Quartz veins and some galena
veins occur between Fish river, the
Columbia and Revelstoke, but little
is known of this district.
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES,
Thc Lai deau district can be en
tered from the Upper Arrow lake or
from Kootenay lake, the steamer
connecting with tha Arrowhead
branch ofthe C.P.R., and the Arrow
lake steamers run to Comaplix and
Beaton at the head of Northeast
Arm. From these poinls wagon
roads, with stage line, run to Cnm
borne, the centre of the Fish river
camp. From Beaton a wagon road
also extends to Trout Lake city at
the head of Trout lake, and from
thence a wagon road runs up Lardeau creel; to Fergns'-n and Ten-
iMilc. Stage lines operate between
Beaton, Trout Lake and Ferguson.
A steamer connects Trout Lake
city with Gerrard at the foot of the
lake. From the latter, a branch
line of the C.P.R. connects Lardo,
at the head of' Kootenay lake,
whence steamers run daily to Kaslo
and Nelson. From these main
lines of travel trails run up the
principle creeks.
ATTRACTIONS  FOR TOURISTS.
The grandeur of thc scenery, the
ease of access, the opportunity for
mountain climbing, hunting and
fishing, and of becoming acquainted
with the characters of a western
mining camp, should attract tourists and other visitors to the Lardeau. First-class hotels and transportation facilities already exist.
��
The Eagle man paid a surprise
visit to several claims within riding
distance on Monday last. The
Union Jack, owned by J. C. Kirk-
patrick was visited first. The property is situate near 7-Mile cr eek,
and is with 200 yards of the South
Fork wagon road. There ar e two
cabins, an abundar.ee of good timber, and a splendid supply -of water
at the mouth of the mine. There is
a prodigious dump of concentrating
ore ready for a mill when a purchaser  takes  it up, but at present
all attention is being devoted to situa"t"e oiTthe Silver c"up"moui.ta!n.
following the lead known ns the j about seven miles from Ferguson.
Silver   Cup   main   vein.     At tlits-
���creek runs through the Silver
Slipper. Our visit was ill-timed, as
blasting was proceeding briskly.
Ed. Hillman and Tom Graham have
a splendid property. There is
enough ore there on sight to satisfy
anyone who is seeking a mine.
Development work is the order of
the day. The posiiion is a most
favored one lor a mine���a plentiful
supply of water and an abundance
of the right class of timber Enough
work has been done on the Elsmere
and I.X.L. to have them " Crown
granted." We brought away with
us two samples off the dump, the
average assay of an unlimited supply reading 100 oz. silver and 60
per cent lead, while a selected
specimen assayed $4 gold and 14
per cent copper. It goes without
saying that a fortune is awaiting
the lucky purchaser.
The    Cromwell  and   I.X.L.   are
The Guinea Mines.
Ontario shareholders In the Guinea
Mines have been looking nltor their
interests. Mr. Isaue Pickering, of
Forest, Ont., was selected to visit the
Lardeau and report on the condition of
affairs. After a careful examination
of the ground and the companies'property he reported to tho Topic that he
was more than phased with the showings, and, if anything, they exceeded
the representations made by the company's agents. The work done consists
of two tunnels, the upper In 120 feet
showing clean ore from 12 to 18 Inches
in width for' a distance of 85 feet. In
tho lower tunnel, which is nearly 400
feet, the ore bas been exposed at different points. It is claimed that the
ore averages $100 to tho ton. On the
Old Gold there Is a very rich surface
showing. A wall of solid ore, which
averages 18 inches in thickness and
about 18 feet wide lifts Itself out of the
formation, and stands like an old time
beadatOD..
point 400 feet of hard rock has been
bored. The main lead was struck
some weeks ago, but In the upraise the water beat them out.' A
cross-cut has been made, and a
great amount of |concentrating ore
and some large string-is have been
encountered. The men who have
done the tunneling, Will Waller
and Lew Thompson, deserve all
kinds of luck.
The Rambler claim was next
visited. This properly is also on
the South Fork, and the tunnel
which J. Livingston is driving is
within 50 feet of the wagon road.
Since our last visit to this property,
a ton or high-grade concentrating
ore has been dumped, The whole
of the surface is very rich in
mineral and carbonates, and some
nice 5 to 8 inch stringers are seen.
The Nettie L. vein runs through
this point. A 20 ft. waterfall at
the mouth of the tunnel is a natural
obstacle to nn attack on the hanging wall, but an attempt is being
made to reach the clean ore by following the drift. At 17 ft. it is calculated the clean ore will be reached,
and thi> point was the b;isis of
operation when our visit was made.
About four feet of this has been
completed, and the dump of concentrating ore is being/augmented
at every shot. The latest assays
from an average sample of car-
bonatc ore lifted by our representative are 58 ozs. in silver and $10 in
gold. About 600 pounds of clean
ore is also sacked, and an average
sample assayed 82 ozs. silver and
$1.20 gold. This property is unquestionably a prize for some promoter or capitalist, and we trust
the persistent hammering ofHonest
Jim will soon be rewarded. We
venture to remark that if several investors visited the proposition some
spirited bidding would result, but5
so faithful is our " luck " clinging at
the present time that we doubt if
we could sell a gold brick for 20
cents.
The Elsmere group was also
visited by our representative this
week. This group, which consists
of trie Nickel Plate, I.X.L., Elsmere,
Silver Slipper and Truro, is situated
about 6 miles from Ferguson on
the North Fork, and a good pack
trail crosses the Elsmere,    Galena
about   seven
On the Cromwell a lead of an average width of 4 feet has beer, exposed for a distance of 1,500 feet.
Assay values of recent date show
us S80 in gold, and 70 ozs. silver
per ton. A tunnel of 200 ft. has
been driven. Dr. Milloy wilh a
gang of men for the past few weeks
has been surveying lor Crown grant.
This property is a paying proposition Irom the start. On our solitary
ride back to town we had lime (or
reflecting 011 the lack of ente.rpri.se
at present displayed by capitalists.
A trip for a few hours among our
hills with one who has nothing to
sell but who has a great pride in our
mineral wealth, should prove very
instructive and fruitful to tfio investor.
The Black Prince, situated at the
head of Gainer creek, and acquired
late last fall by Tony Becker and
associates is turning out a valuable
property. A ton a day of iliiy'.i-
grade silver-lead ore is being sacked
for shipment to Nelson. A tunnel
of about 60 feet has been driven.
Triune Development
The development of the Triuno property has tor the past two months prc-
ceoded rapidly. A gang of men havo
completed a corduroy wagon road to
the mine. B. C Riblet bavo mndo a
survey for the dnjible-iopo tramway
they are building at the mine. This,
survey places tlio tramline all on tho
east side of Triune creek, and i. about
8,000 foot long, with an elevation of
;i.O0O feet. The management have
this week augmented their forces, 14
men being employed at the mine.
Three distinct lines of procedure arc
now being observed���shipping, extending No. 1 tunnel, and boring a third
tunnel. A lon of high grade ore 11 day
is being shipped to the Trail smelter.
Extension 1ms been beguuon No, I tunnel nearest the lop of tbe mounntain.
The new development, tunnel No. :i is
about 100 feel below No. _, anil a sun-t
at this point was malic this week. It
is expeoted lhe extension ol No. 1 will
oj.en up new shoots of the hlgh-giaile
ore for which the upper tunnel ha.
beon noted for tho past four years, tho
oro boing tho rich soft carbonates
assaying from $150 to$200 per ton. Tho
No. II tunnel is 'expected to reach nt
good advantage tho lower workings,
and a shoot of ore which projects
to tho surface of thc mountain. As all
of these operations at the Triuno arc
carried on 8,000 feet abovo sea level,
much ice and frost is encountered in
Midsummer. The snowbanks have remained to the present time on thc
Triuno slopes, which Is nn unusual
occurrence, the snow usually disappearing early in June.
The management have also a force o.
men clearing a right of way for the
Riblet tram, which will be completed
before snow comes in September.
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Lardeau Eagle
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Ferguion, II. C, by
J.   J.  ATHERTON.  Prop.
lowhom til correspondence ihould bo mailed
Lardeau Forest Fires.
Subnortptlon Rstat! 12.00 por annum, t"
,iuv Adtlreistu Amnrloa;$i,25 for nix month!*;
��� j.'iim yoar to forelyu addru.iet.    No jiny, no
paper.
AdverliNltiK Kates: Dinplay ads.,11.00 por
single column Inch por month. I.egai ads.,1'2
Dents por (nonparielj line for first insertion; 8
reuts per fine for ef_ii additional insertion,
needing notices lo routs per line each leeuo.
Ninetrday legal notScoB,flu.; sixty days, 17.-.U;
thirty daye, fo. No ada, accopted at fe*�� than
these rates.  No room lor yuack ads.
Pour weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising,.
FRIDAY.  JULY 20,1904.
���TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS.
How's your credit ? VVo'ove done
talcing chances. We are sorry, and all
that sort of thing, but business is business. II your sub. is arreareated���the
pruning season has begun, and unless
you danco to this piping you'll got
lopped. Many a printer has gone to
prison���because ho could'nt get which
was rightly his'n. We intend to dodge
trouble, because it's more respectable.
But to the plaint. For the past month
a " take notice " has appearod nn page
1 of the " Eagle." If you haven't seou
it, that your misfortune. A great
many people take the " Eagle " to read
the ads. In that notico, it has been
decreed that the " bird" Bhould not
flutter your way wero you in arrears
after July 30th. Wo are but mortal,
and if our friendship is to continue the
I'.agle must bo fed. Some folks are
gluttons for work. Those who know
us intimately class us in this category,
llut we expect a remuneration, If yon
are honest this does not refer to you,
the Jack Cade's will catch on. Iu purchasing the "Eagle plant we also purchased the subscription list. We are
anxious to sort the wheat from the
chalT, and conclude this our best
method. We would rather have 500
honest subscribers to work for thar a
million doubtfuls. Our subscription
under the new regime is growing���
a dozen or so deads won't be missed.
Wo know there are good men on our
lists, who will accept this intimation���
but thero are others. We could
legally elaim from such, but prefer to
close the acquaintanceship,
The Eagle is miles ahead of other
competitors in the Lardeau. Wo are
making lifelong friends because we are
not afraid to pack iu the hills for Information for our readers. Think of
this ye highwaymen of modern history
���'���Thou shalt not steal"���tho individual to whom you owe a mouldy 2 dollar bill is climbing snow-clad moun
tains -and sealing lofty peaks, early
and late, with a prospective banquet oil
sour-belly, should ho bo fortunate
enough to strike a cabin ��� otherwise a phantom for supper, the lire of
enthusiasm to cook It with, and a dead
porouplne Ior a pillow.
Wc arc anxious to mako our mailing
list ns perfect as possible���so perfect,
that you'll got left lf you owo the
Eagle a red cent. Wo take this opportunity of thunking all thoso whoso words
of encouragement were accompanied
by the dough. We shall eo hand In
hand across the Jordan, and whilo we
-.inkle the golden harp In the happy
some day, where delinquent subscribers, sour-belly and bad cigars are unknown, the plaintive wail of the brim-
stono dinks will ascend to our oars
accompanied by tho remorseless prod
of his satanic majesty und tho revengeful chorus of all his little imps
and impesses,' Eagle, ye divils, Eagle.'
A marked feature ol the mining
operations at the Triune this season
seems to be to employ two-thirds of the
largo force of mon on distinctive devel-
opment work, thereby preparing tbe
mine for disgorging large shipments
of ore when the new tram Is completed
A communication from H. A. Brown,
Kevelstoke, has been received, but It
arrived too lato for this Issue.
Forest fires havo broken out in tho
Laideau this week. The largest of
these extend on both sides ol the valley
of tho Lardoau river from the Second
Crossing to Bosworth. In the bottoms
along the rivor may bo found some of
the finest codar in the province. The
lire has been burning for tho past six
days, and last Saturday threatened to
destroy ihe hotel and Hawthorne's
store at Cold Hill. The pooplo at that
place had to procure the services of
the prospectors and tho section hands
in ordor to save their buildings. Tho
place was threatened for over threo
hours, and it took some cnergotic elTort
to stay the flames. Another largo lire
is rngins betwoen Rapid Creek and
Poplar, and is reported to be spreading.
NOTICE.
XTOTIOE is l-.creliv given that the METRO*
i\ I'OUTAN OOT.D ANP SILVER MINING
ifOMI'AXY UF LARDEAU B.C., LIMITED, intond.1'. to'apply to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands tuul Works, undor provisions of
olmptcr 11:1, known tip llic I.nnil Act. for permission lo puroiin.se the following described
nji.i'Sen,C'l,!M!.-;lu-vcvcil nm! unoccupied Crowi.
lands
Commencing at n post on silver Cup Mountain situated about 101) feet from Triune Creek
and near the lower terminal of the ilnUtdio
Tramline built to the Triune Mine in 1002,
thonco eastWlMO feel crossing Triune creek on
to Triune Mountain, llicnce north 0000 feet
alon*; the western slope of Triune Mountain,
thenee west 2040 feet, theuee south 6000 feel
totlie point of eonimeuecnicnt. tlie sinric containing about 400 ticres.
The MetropolitanClold and Silver
Mining Companv of Lardeau,
B.C. Limited.
By RU'IIARD H. BATTEY,
President ami Managing Director.
Ferguson, n.c
July'-", 1001.
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ASSAYING.'
(inlil or Silver $1.-50
'Gold and Silver %im
Silver nfld Lead *f_!..">0
���'���J|'1h>i- *1G0
Kinc |L,50
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S.   SHANNON,   B.A. !
LFEROVSON, B.C. I
M-w^-z-H-M-Me-ttrnm****-***
House and Lot For Sale.
Without a doubt the finest
Residence In the Lardeau.
Situate in Ferguson, the
property contains II rooms,
newly plastered throughout. Verandah in front.
Water laid on. This very
desirable property would
make a first-class boarding
house.
��400 downand the *'est on vei'y
easy terms.
Apply Jno. J. Atherton, ' Eagle' Office
INTERNATIONAL
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS.
MR. HARPER, ono of the I. C. S.
Representatives for this district, will
he in Ferguson in a, few days. Anybody wishing an interview re any o!
the following courses, will find him at
the Ferguson Hotel:
Mechanical Engineer.
.Machine. Designer.
Mechanical Draftsman.
Foreman Machinist,
Foreman ToQlmaker.
Foreman i'Htivi.iiini___er.
Foreman Blacksmith.
Foreman Mo-tder.
Can Knjiiuyer.
Kefrigeration Knuiuecr.
Traction Engineer-.
*    Klcctrionl KiiKineer.
Blectrio Machine Designs:.
-Klectrieliii).
Eiectric^ittiittng Bunt.
Kleetiie-Kalhvuy Siijtt.
Telephone Kiit.inoer.
Telegraph Engineer,
Wlrenmn,
Dynamo'tender,
Motoraaa',
Hii'mii Engineer.
Engine Kunm.r.
Marine Engineer.
civil Engineer,
IfydraulTo Engineer,
Municipal Engineer.
Hrldgc KiiKhieor.
KHilro.nl l-iigliieur.
���Surveyor.
-Mining Engineer.
Mine ..urveyor.
Mine Foreman.
Coiton-MUl BUpt.
Woollen-Mill Supt,
Textile Designer.
Architect.
Contractor and Builder.
Architectural Draftsman.
Bigtt Fainter,
Show-Card Writer.
Chemist,
Sheet-Metal Draftsman.
Ornament..! Designer.
I'enuiectlve Draftsman.
Navigator.
Bookkeeper,
-Stenographer.
Teacher.
Ad Writer.
Commercial Law.
LANGUAGES
Taught with Phonograph.
French,        German.       Spanish.
Start now on the road to success over
which 000,000 students have travelled
aid are travelling. What it bas done
for others it will do for you.
8. H. KUUGER, Rep.,
Box 415. Nelson.
NOTICK.
RESPECTING   COAL   AND   PETROLEUM
LAND., IN SOl'Til-EAST KOOTENAY.
NOTICE is hereby given that licences to
prospect for coal and petroleum upon and
undor lauds situated within Block 4,693 South-
East Kootenay, will he Issued forthwith to all
persons who have made proper application, In
purHuanee of the provisions of the " Coal
Mines Act " and Hincudinentn.
The fee ft))' eauh Hconco will be $100, and all
applicants wlio have not dcportleU accepted
liBiilr. cheques to cover tlmt amount aro hereby
relinked to do ��o without further notice
Licences will be i-stiied lu the following
form, vis.:
"MININC   LICENCE   ISSUED   UNDER THE
COALMINES ACT AND AMENDMENTS.
"In consideration of one hundred dollars
now paid under the said Acts, and subject to
the provisions, thereof, I, W.S, Gore, Deputy
Commissioner aciiiiR for the Chief Comrai-s-
sioner of Lauds and Works, licencfl
to enter, prospect, search
and work for cnal and petroleum (but no other
metal or mineral) upon, iii and under all that
pi-see or parcel of mineral land situate In nnd
lormlnj-r part of Hloek 4,598, East Kooteuafr
District, and described ns follows : ���
and not exceeding in the whole six hundred
and forty Btatuto ticres.
"Owing to lho number of applicants for
licenses to prospect for coal and petroleum,
and the peculiar circumstances surrounding
the appllcntion for and issuance of these
licence-*, find the well-known fact that the Issuance lias been uniiv >idably suspended for so
many months, the Government of British Columbia finds it impossible to determine tho
equitable rights of tiie numerous applicants.
Therefore, for tho purpose of enabling ell perilous to go beforo the proper tribunal for the
determination of their respective rights and
jriorities, this licence is issued and accepted
subject to sueh prior rights of other persons as
may exist by law, nnd the date of this licence
Is not to bo taken or held as iu any sense determining sueh priori-iy, and further it shall not
be taken or held to-waive enquiry by the
Courts into the proper performance of all conditions precedent us between adverse claimants ; and further, on tiie understanding that
the Government shall not he held responsible for, or in connection with, any conflict
which may arise with other claimants of the
same ground, and that under uo circumstances
will licence (cow be refunded.
" And the holder hereby waives any claim or
demand against' the (jovcrument, and expressly agrees not to take any steps or proceedings, or present nny petition, tu enforce any
alleged claim or demand against the CoYern-
ment of the Province of BritlBh Columbia
arising out of the Issuance of this licence or
of any other matter or tiling appertaining
thereto.
"Tlie land huing under reserve from pre-
cmptlon and ante tii.u U��mcti -a**-** nnt include
u.ny rigiit other than tho right to prospect lor
coal and petroleum.
"The duration of this licence is for one year
from thc , 1 >U   .
" Depv.ly Commissioner of Lands & Works,
" Lands and Works Department,
"Victoria, U. (\, ,100 ��
R. Fi GREEN.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, Ii, C.oth June, 1904. Je��
CKUTIFJt'ATE OF 1..IPI.OVEHKNTS.
NOTICE.
Triune, silver Chief, Enterprise, Kamloops
aud KamlnopH Fractional mineral claims,
situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenny District.
Where located :���On Triune Mountain.
TAKU NOTICE that I, Ccorgo S. McCtfrtor,
acting as agent for Andrew 1'ergui.on, Free
Miners' Orliiicnlc, No. HhUSM, intend, sixty
days frmn the liato hereof.1 to apply to the
Mining Keeorder for a Certificate en Improvements, for the purposo of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, tinder
section .-.7, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated this lath day of June, A.D. 1904.
GEO. S. McCARTER.
To
Thero aro some hundreds of thousand, more men thun women ln tho
Central and Western States of America
and Canada.
As a result, thousands of honorable
men���Farmers, Miners and others���living In those districts cannot get wives
wkhin their own circle ol acquaintances.
Hut in England, Ireland, Scotland
andWales there are a million more
womon than men, und thousands of
good attractive p-lrls���many of them
daughters of farmers, and all of them
qualified to make excellent wives���who
have no desire to become old maids at
home, would willingly emigrate to
Amotjloa could thoy be assured that
thoy wore going to meet worthy mon
as husbands on tho other side of tho
Atlantic.
We are ablo to give good mon introductions to sucli girls.
if you wish to get an Introduction
please write us with such particulars
of yourself (age, nationality, occupation and circumstances as a sensible
girl would reasonably expect to get,
and wo shall at once write you in re-
Ply.
Tell us what kind of a wife (age,
nationality appearance and disposition)
you wish to get.
You will also enclose our fee of 5
dollars. A further fee of -15 dollars will
be due to us within one month after
marriage, thus making 50 dollars altogether.
It Is not at all necessary that you
should be a wealthy man.
But ft  is necessary tbat you are a
man who would make a klud and good
usband to a good wife.
If you are not such a man please do
not write us.
Address:
Messrs. JOHf. LLOYP & DUNCAN,
Anglo-American Agents,
81 St. Mary's Road,
Ley ton,
LONDON,
England,
Buy Lots
in  Ferguson, the Pay-Roll
Centre of the Rich Lardeau.
FERGUSON
Is the HUB
Ofthe
District
r
SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phcnominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  PopUr  and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH ot Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where freo mill-
gold ore abounds.
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Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
-Revelstoke. B._ C.
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F0* Jewelry, Silver
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Prompt Attention.
Novelties and Jewelry in great
variety.
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REVELSTOKE, BC
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Smith tf Co.
45 Bleary St,
�� Montreal
Will be represented in
Ferguson throe or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive close attention
and we
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.
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THB
BAGI^B
Trout Lake City Hotel
When you
are ut tlie
Lake, call
on Jack Simpson. A ..1111110}? face and
good liquors, wines, ot��. are found behind the bar.   The Eagle is takon here
^jygJI^fllMlMmi.^ 'rtl,'^
Cei'Llllciil'tt of Improvement*!
NOTICE.
Oold Hill and Goldsmith Mineral Claims, situate in the Trout Luko Minim; Division of Wet!
KooiKiiny District,
Whero located���on Poplar Creek about one
mile from the railway.
Take Notice that I Robert Hodge, acting
agent for W. It. Pool, Tree Miner's Certillcate
No, It. 7)717, intend, -sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Itccordcr for
Certificates 01 Improvements, for tht purpose
of obtaining Crown Grants of the abovo claims.
And further take notice that action, tinder
section 87, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated thllOtll day of -January, A.I). 1901.
ItOIJT. UQtiUB.
Two Bargains.
_'0r  prloe, term!. olo���  apply to J. IMwurd
Mra, bitrrl.ter, Vnticuuver, ur to E.U. Woodward, Ferguson.
rr-.II AT comfortable little Dwelling House oc-
1   cupled by 0, M. Netbilt, and two woll cultivated lott, nicely fenced, .Hunted tn the best
residence f.art ot Ferguion.   For sale cheap.
This la a snap.
rilHK Eagle Mock, occupied by tho I.ardeau
I Eagle newtpaper and the Methodist
Church. The building draws a good rental
and the sale prlco and termt will surprise you,
Locala With a i'ay.treak,
It pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the'phono. Olllco in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
D. J. Robertson, the Nelson furnitue
dealers are funeral directors and em*
balmors.
The Canada Drug & Book Co., Ltd.,
of Revelstoke, carry an immense stock
of stationery, fancy goods, games of all
kinds, the latest books ahd magazines,
rubber goods and mountain and mining
views.   Give them a mall order.
* Smokers: If you want the qcnu-
inb "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
s stamped In gilt .letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, ReyelEtoke,
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Our representative
S. A. Scott is
practical tailor and
will make clothes
fit. ' Hold your
orders for him.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B.C
SUnated'midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort on the continent of North America
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Li ver and Stomach ailments,
They are a never failing remedy for
all motalhc poisons, completely purifying the system.
TKRMS-$l5to|18pcr week, according to resilience in Hotel or Villas,
Time Table.
B. a. AKCHER OR S.B. LARDEAU
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 11 li, 19011, will sail as follows,
weatht,* permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comap'ix, twice dally���10k and 5k.
Loat'ng Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowl oad, twice dally���7:15k and
12;45k. Making closo connections
with all C. P. It. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right to
change times of Bailings without
notice.
The Fi 3d Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Till 8   10   THE
UNION   LABEL  of
the United Hatter.
>rth America.
. you are buv-
VVS   r-��l "->   �� FUE   HAT,
*..*' ,-rv*.   H .iher .oft or .tiff,
WfyxOIi -' ��<> " "">' tin
,!,;:.���/. /lonuine   UNION
/ lAbel isspwed In it.
'- .:l -,-v;    v.,:    H   a   retailer   has
\'-'.'.      '��� vViV^''*.    loose labels ln his
vVr/ffjj ���fAv"i''   "    ^BBession and of-
������/.,'������     ;..*,.-- . .'���;       lorstoput one in a
',f-*'o'i'ili.'- hat for van. do not
r-.tionize him. ne
has not ftpr��'tf��tw nave h��om labels. Loose
II" ..- .-J[retell Itoi-M are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why the hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
perforated on the fourcdgcB exactly the same
as a pontage stump. Counterfeits ar�� sometimes perforated on three of the edees, and
���some Urn fs only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for tho counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are usinR them in order to get rid of
their scab-made hats. Tho John B. Stetson
Oo. of Philadelphia, Pa., Is non-uflion concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PIIILUP8, Secretary,
11 Waverly Place, Room 15, New York City.
BO  YEARS'
t EXPERIENCE
MENTS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description mar
fliili'lrly mn.rtalu our opinion frso whether ��n
Invention is probably patentabls. Comniuniea-
U(wi��nirietl7Coiifldent_a_. Handbook on Patents
lent frac. Oldest aiency for seeuringpatenta.
PntotiU tukeu through Munn 8t Co. receive
ipeciel notica, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely illustrated weakly. I-arwit circulation of any scientific] Journal. Terms, IS a
tear i four months, #1. Bold by all newsdealers.
M .1NH & Co.36,Bro*dw"- New York
Branch Offlco, BIS Y Bt., VTiuhlni*.ton, D. C.
Including the Fish Creek camp
and Upper Duncim River section, compiled by A. P. Cummins, P. Ii.fi., and S
Shannon.H.A., Is now on sale at this
offleo.   The ready sale of the man is
?roving all we havo said for it. The
rout Lake division is lithographed In
black, the Lardeau in red, and the Ainu-
worth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copv of this map and find any
claim recorded In thc three divisions.
The mountain*, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim in tho
district is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Hap Takes First Place.
In fact every -geographical
feature Is eo well dciine.i (hat one Can
seem a glance the nature of eur country
and the trend of the claim locations
gives an intelligible idea of tho mineral
belts running through the camp. Iti.-i
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One   Dollar
ever offered in the map line of a mining
camp. It is the first complete man of
the district and Is soiling well, it islust
what you nre looking for. WE ALSO
HAVE A KKW MAI'S MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER, POK
TRAVEL] BUS OU PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SELL AT SI.50. THESE -AR-ti
THK BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Ino
cheques orders, etc.] to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
��� Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots ot 20 or more, maps will be sap-
plied tt 50 cents each.
WE CARRY CARPETS, ���
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND *
CHINA MATTING. I
IRON BEDS a Specialty *
$5 and up.
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Goods can he furnished to any part ot Lardeau on very shotu notice
as the service is such that delivery can he made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing *********.*...*****************���***
For Sale
50-EGG
INCUBATOR.
A Snap I Got alter It quick.
This Incubator is In first-class
condition. Here Is a chance to
make a fortune (or
$7.00
A 12 oz. Buck
12x8 TENT.
With 3 ft. Wall. Nearly new.
Owner has no further use for
lt,    For quick sale, will accept
$22.00
Real Estate
l have somo of the llnest blocks
and lots in Ferguson on my hooks.
Buy at onco beforo the crowd Rets
in.
This week's Bpeclal:
A Lot on Victoria Ave.
100x33 feet.
adjoining tho   Post-Office in
Block 1.
$160
This is tho finest location in town
and will bo worth treble shortly.
_JDo yeu wish to buy or sell anything ? Drop me a line and I'll
worry you.
Apply to
JNO.  J.   ATHERTON
Lardeau Eagle, Ferguson, B.C.
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Funeral Birectors and
Embalmers.
IQradu&U ol Myor'u Collegc^oi Embalming!
Can attend case at Perguson at ten
hours notice if advised hy wire.
D. J. Robertson & O
NELSON, B. C.
Trout Lake Branch-A   General   Banking   Business   Transacted.
Capital Authorized, S-,000,600 HEAD OFFICE:
Capital (paid up)    -    3,000,000 ��-��-_*���    n-.-*-,,-*,,
Branches In tbe Northwest Territories. Provinces  of British Columbia,  Manitoba, Ontario and Q-.'ebee.
T. It. MEERITT, President. D. It. WILXIE, Vice-Pres. and Go-  Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager. "vT. MOFFAT, Chief Ins,* lOtor
Savings Department���Deposits received and interest allowed.
Draft. Sold available in All part, of Canada,
United Sttte. and Europe.
Special attention given to collections and
Mining liondE.
C. K. HOVLTBEE
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ne Union Cigar factory]
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Manufactures only Union goods, and besides, thoy arc the best, on the market.
Tbey are mudeot tho ba st I lavana tobacctr,
and their excellence Isn ndlsputed. Insist
on getting
"OUR SPECIAL" & '"THI' UNION"
H. A. BROWN,     -     Proprietor j
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It Ins ii larger circulation thun any two other
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Washing,
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Either Machine or Huml Work,
We Guarantee Our Work
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Any complaints mny be lodged
witb our Agent,
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Trout Lake.
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Look to your subscription.
A dance at the Lake to-night.
,Toe Brady spont threo days in town
litis weok.
Oscar   Nelson
Bonanza.
John II. Wilson,
tor to town.
is   working  on  the
Silverton, is a vlsl*
Miss Johnson, Five-Mile, is a patient
at the hospital.
Chas. Nanderstatc, Bellingham,
Wash,, is visiting town.
Dann/ McPhail left for Camborne
on Tuesday;   Excelsior!
Keep your lamps on the Lake. A
cigar scrap is ou tho tapis.
Roisterer's traveller was in town
Wednesday scooping up all tho idle
cash.
Miles Carroll went up to the Duncan
Slope yesterday to do somo assessment
work.
A. L. Houston is doing work of a
development nature on the Mohican on
< lainor Creek.
Hugh Ross is renewing acquaintances
after a protracted spell of assessment
work.
Cbns. H. Little accompanied the
" bird "on its news rustling' peregrinations abroad ono occasion this week.
.M iss Edwards arrived home on Wednesday, after visiting Calgary and
other points.
Joe Moretto has finished assessment
work, and is now on a prospecting tour
up the North Pork.
A block eye is a sine sign of bette*'
days���also tbat someono was looking
.'or trouble and found it.
Hugh Muedonald is progressing
.mder tbo care of Dr. Newcombe, and
he can now use his limbs.'
Wo would rather be a bug and live
on the hack of an oily Chinee than be
mean enough to rob a printer,
If Trout Lake footballers think they
havo a show against Ferguson and 5-
..*lilo���the day and hour aro requested.
Tony Becker btis a grand property in
tho Black i'rineo. Freighter Vlpond
is kept rustling shipping tho oro to the
Lake.
Privato S. J. Perry, Sixth Duke of
C'onnaught's Own Rifles of Vancouver,
won the Kiog's prize at Bisley last
Saturday.
Benny and Polly, tbe four-footed
friends of two local Lotharios arc wondering when thoir visits to tho Lake
will cease.
Gordy McLellan asks us not to mention he lias been in town for several
day this week, and we herewith respect his wishes.
Miss Home, accompanied by Dad
Black, of tho Hotel Ferguson, were escorted to tbo Surprise group by David
Morgan yesteiday.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Shannon, Mrs. A. C. Cummins, Mrs.
.1. 0. Kirkpatrick and Miss Kinsley,
Vancouver, are picnicing on tho Great
Northern mountain.
We are in receipt of a souvenir of
the opening of tho New Westminster
Bridge. It is an elegant production of
the printer's craft, and nearly up to
Kagle print.
Will Davey, II. Patrick, and Milos
putter joined Jim Grant and Paddy
Murphy at.the Wimslow on Wednesday. The properity is reported to
be increasing in valuo evory day.
It is curious to notico the puro unadulterated cheek of some persons who
are anxious to get a half column ad.
in tho Eagle for nothing. We aro In
receipt of a sheet of music, " It was
Summertime in Dixie Land," and the
publishers in presenting us with a
copy also forward a half column reading notice on the " never." The cover
Ib all wo have attempted so far. Fancy
a billions-looking moon shedding a
yellow-jaundiced light on a field of
shrimps and waving ostrich plumes.
Fancy a man in a 5 dollar suit, crease
included, sitting on a damp seat making love to a girl In an Eaton's $1.50
fandangle who Is seated on the same
seat and two yards of atmosphere between them. They may make love that
way in Dixie, but you don't catch tbe
Ferguion Komeoschanclngsore throats
from damp seats.
Jack Lundy paid a dyer to town on
Wednesday.
O. J. Reid, E. J. Ward and Art.hu*-
Gunn returned from the Duncan river
Wednesday.
Thc Eaglo was piloted through the
Saw Mill at Trout Lake last Saturday
by Mr. Steiss, the courteous superintendent. They certainly have a lino
plant.
Billy Kest whilst timbering nt the
Oyster Criterion last Monday had it
mishap. He slipped and out his wrist
severely on some jagged quartz, severing several tendons. Ho is an outpatient of the hospital here.
Tom Baldwin is taking an enforced
rest. Whilst nt work with Tony
Becker at the Black Prince on Tuesday morning a piece of falling rock
struck his forehead. Several stitches
wore necessary on reaching tho hospital, blithe was not dotained.
A man wlio was too bright for Ferguson, and too dull for anywhere else,
whil6t residing in town had the misfortune to smash the glass bulb of an
electric light. The genius set to work
aud tightly tied several knots in tho
wire, to prevent the electricity from
escaping.   Fact!
It is our endeavour not to offend anyone In town. We havo tried hard to
coax you into paying that back sub.
If you appreciate the Eagle, and feel If,
a duty to back it up, or if you don't
appreciate it and support it on principle, settle this week, as no one will get
a paper next issue who is in arrears.
Mr, II. Battey, accompanied hy Mrs.
Battey arrived from Minneapolis on
Saturday night. This is Mrs. Battey's
first visit to tho town, and wo trust her
sojourn hero will bo fraught with
many pleasant remembrances. President Battey informs us that he will
ship 20 tons of ore to tho Trail smelter
to-morrow (Saturday), and another car
about August 10th at presont rate of
output.
A written notice calling for tenders
for tunnelling is posted outsidean botel
in town. It rather astonishes us that
such means should ho resorted to. II
we Interpret tho feeling of tho man on
tho street rightly, ho would rather
see it in the columns of the local paper.
Wo trust the parties are not laboring
undor the delusion tbat the Erigle is
dead.   We're alive oh I
Andy Ferguson was a welcome visitor on Saturday night. Andy has
lately given himself 'airs, and now
pushes a moustache around. His visit
extended to yesterday. On Tuesday he
paid a visit to tho Triune, and appeared
greatly pleased with all he saw. Andy
located this property, and did tho first
doveloppent work upon it,
And it came to pass that a certain
man having the price of a bottle, did'st
purchase 501 headaches and truly went
his way exceeding (Jlad; but during his
meanderings in search of friends to
attend tho banquet, fell among thieves,
wbo having gophered him, left him
half dead. But lo, a good Samaritan
approached, who, observing the vile
dostroycr of domestic peace protruding
from his sky-rocket, did convert the
contents ol the retort to his own hold.
After awaking to mundanlty, the certain man waxed exceeding eloquent.
We got up too oarlv one morning
this week, but there was another who
had risen too���too late. The stage was
" on time," and a cloud of dust covered
its retreat below the town. The early
bird was prepared for expletives, and
as wo got right down to business witli
a keen ear and a sharp pencil, we tried
to keep pneo witb tho sleepy one who
missed tho stage. Amongtho pL'tur-
osquo trimmings of his description of
the incident were:���Seventeen lurid
adjectives, two prayers for the destruction of his eyesight, threo prayers for
the destruction of the stage-driver's
eyesight, and thirty-four other bright
remarks. Tho writer attributes tho
outburst to "a meritorious but unlearned endeavour to be picturesque."
Keep your eye on Ferguson.
Some day capitalists will take a
notion into their heads that we have
wealth here, then there'll be a scramble, but until then���ray the printer.
j Tonsorial   �� J
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MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON, B. C.
T
HE School Trustees for the town
of  Ferguson are prepared to
receive   applications   for   the
position of Teacher at the Ferguson School.
Applicants (Male or Female) must
be prepared to commence duties on
Monday, August 8th, next.
Address : Secretary,
School Board,
Ferguion, B.C.
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C. for Morgan Crucible Co., ISattersea.
England! P. \V. Braun A co.'a Patent
CatyPurnaoeSiBurners.etc.J Win. Alnsworth & Co.'s Fine Balances'* etc., etc.
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t \ PROFESSIONAL :
j 1        CARDS.
B. N. WILKIE,
P. L. S.
I Provincial
I Land
| Surveyor
t     Ferguson and Trout Lake.
J  Surveys made and Crown Grants
I Obtained.
Olilce:
Trout Lake.
ILI.IAM A. BAUER,
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DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys of Mine., Mincra) Claims antl
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Obtained and Assessments Managed
for Absentees. .
Olllees:  Camborne and Vancouver
-ypi. E. DEVEREUX,
P.   L.   S.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
M     ...    -     Ilcatoti, II. O-
II
AKVEY,McCAKTER4 PINKHAM,
bnrristers, Solicitors, etc.
Offices: Rovelstoke, Goldon,and Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
of Canada
Geo. S. MeCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A.M. Pinkham.
"TIRED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
TROl'T LAKE CITY 8, C, AND
FERGUSON, B, C.
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Ladies9 Shirt Waists
These are the very latest,
and the prices are right
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I  LIVERY AND CARTAGE.  \
\ ALEX. CRAWFORD, Propr.
-5-V     Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
i
i
Whore he keeps light and heavy vehieles, single and
double drivers, saddle and pack horses Ior hire.
Also proprietor of tbe stage routo  running between
the above points, making threo trips weekly.
SATISFACTION GUARANTBBD=������^==
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The Best Place To Put Up At When in Ferguson is
The Kings Hotel
Heated by hot air and Lighted by electricity.   Tables aro provided with tho best that money can buy.
The rooms are woll ventilated and always clean.
Rate by the Bay
$1S0
FRANK BARBER, Propr..
FERGUSON, B.C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens.Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars. .Eire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
.Freighting
Packing and f��^**����w
Transfer Outfit.
Contracts entered Into lor packing ot Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point In the district,
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed satisfactory.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney,Prop.
perguson Hotel
McDONELL -�� BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGVSQN, B. C.

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