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VOL. II. NO. 43.
FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 20, 1900.
12.00 A YEAB.
A Local Company Being Formed
to Seoure tbe Rights.
MORE RAILWAY NEWS
The  Plant  Will Be Secured and
Installed as Soon as Charter
and Incorporation  is  Obtained at the Next Session of the Assembly.
A notice will bo posted on tho creek,
near the Home-Payne headquarters
camp by the time this is read, making
application fopwator rights for a company which will be Incorporated at the
next sesBien of the provincial parliament. Tho company consists of six
business men of Ferguson, and it is
their purpose to install a $10,000 waterworks plant in this town as soon as
possible. And the chances are an
electric; light.plant as well. This will
set at rest for all time-tho fear of nn
outBlde private company obtaining our
natural franchise and thus cinching
the town to that extent. As soon
Ferguson is incorporated, which will
be at no distant date, the charter and
system will be turned over to the city.
Such publicienterprise and unity for
the benefit of this town is to be
highly commended, for as;is the case
with the individual business, the person or, town which gets^out and rustles
will be the one to lead. And once a
lead is Beeured there is no competitoa
which can pull down the position.
��� Foityuson is the natural capital of
the district and If push, energy and
unity on the part ot Its citizens countB
for anything then we are bound to
mako it. such. Ferguson will bo tbe
first town In this district to secure
waterworks and electric light;' it will
be the lirst to incorporate; and it will
be the first, first, lust and always.
Contract for 90,000
Ties Has Been Let.
Christmas Cheer and
Increased Ore Output
TRIUNE NHS
The Gross Values Run Over $335
to the Ton.
CAMBORNE AND ITS MINES.
The  Eva  Mine May Put Up  a
Stamp Mill.
CAMUOUNE.Dec. 18.-C'ory Menhenick
and E. Brantford havo shipped their
pack train out for the winter, and arc
new in camp, where they intend to put
up a cabin and stablos In preparation
for thc busy timos which are expected
in this district next spring. Their
pack train will then be kept here,
which will bo a groat convenience to
everybody interested in tho camp.
Mr. Gracey came in from Nelson and
went to the Eva group on Thursday.
More men are being put on the work,
both mining and bulldlngbeing pushed
forward aB fast as it is possible. The
pack train is busy taking in supplies
and will bo for a few days. This company bus secured water rights on the
famous Pool creek. Your correspondent understands it is their intention
to put up a ten or twelve stamp mill
here shortly. Without wishing to discourage the Eagle editor we think our
camp will give Ferguson a olose run
for the "Rossland of the Lardeau."
Mr. Bunhannon, of tho  Pondragon
hotel, wont  on a  hunting expedition
. this week, but camo back disappointed
not having seen aB much as a track.
Cory Menhonlck has his hands full at
present. Besides preparing for building hero, ho is also putting up a cabin
on the Hullo group, where ho also
intends doing considerable development work. Sinco he has beon successful in bonding the Alma group and
disposing of his interest In tho Imperial group, he intends pushing the
above claim to the front.
Your correspondent wishes >>tho
EAGLE and its many readers the com-
pllmepts of the season. May the
EAGLE'S screams never grow less.
WOULD FAY HERE TOO.
An application will be made at the
next session of the provincial legislature for a charter for a company that
has been formed to undertake the running of a tunnel (rom.tt point on Four-
Mile creek, not far from Silverton, to
a point on the south fork of Carpenter
creek not far from Sandon. The tunnel will be about five miles long, and
will prospeot one of the richest
mineralized mountains in the Slooan,
It is officially announced by Mr.
Marpole, general superintendent of
Canadian Pacific railway, that the
company will complete early next
spring, the Lardeau railway, which
was begun one year ago. All work
was suspended during the present
season for the reason that tho railway
company wished to made further
investigation as to the development of
the rich silver-lead deposits of the
Lardeau. The very satisfactory development of a number of properties has
convinced the officials of tho company
that a railway is fully warranted, and
construction work is to be resumed
very early next year. Already a contract has been let for !)0,0Wl ties, and
steel has been shipped with which to
lay the track graded a year ago. This
portion of the line, 10 miles long,
e xte nds from Lardo to Duncan City,
and ; it will open up a district known as
the Lardo-Duncan, in which work has
been going on steadily, notwithstanding the work on the railway.
Within the past six months several
shipments of ore were made from the
district, notably from the Lavinamine,
which is about eight miles from Lardo, on the line of tho new railway.
Their oro yielded 58 ounces of silvor
untl "0 per cent, lend, thus proving
conclusively that tlio average of the
Lardeau Bllver-lead ores is about the
same as that of the Slocan, and very
much higher than the average value of
tho ores of the Coeur d'Alenes, tho
largest silver-lead district in the
United States.
The opening up of the grent Lardeau
district means a great, deal for British
Columbia. The deposits of silvor-leud
ores are very large, and closely
resemble in a genetal way the ore
bodies of Leadvllle, Col., which have
added hundreds of millions to the
mineral production of tbo United
States. Without a railway, owing to
the diillcult nature of tho country, it
has been imposlblo to make largo ore
shipments, hut sufficient ore has beon
shipped this year to convince, not only
the C. P. R., but also the Great Northern railway of the wisdom of building
into the Lardeau, and both companies
have graded their road beds side by
Bide for a distance of 10 miles.
The federal government granted the
Great Northern railway a subsidy of
$11,200 a mile for .10 miles of their
road, and that company may also be
expected to resume work whenever the
C. P. R. begins.
The resources of the country havo
also attracted the attention of tbe
British Columbia government, and
after careful investigation on the part
of the provincial mineralogist, a grant
of $0,000 was voted at the last seBsion
of the house of assembly at Victoria,
to assist the Lavina-Butto company to
build a wagon road to its mino. Owing
to the delay ln building the railway
this road has not been built, but In
view of the decision to start work on
the railways, the Rossland Miner is
informed by Mr. McKane, the prosl
dent of tho Lavina-Butte company,
that tho road will bo constructed in
order that shipments of oro may be
made from the Lavina and othor mines
noxt season.
Altogether the outlook for the Lardoau is bright and full of promise.
That the district will attract a great
deal of attention next year is beyond
question. The renewed interest has
given an impetus to mining development, and there is more activity in
this respect than ever before. In the
.Lardo-Duncan the best developed property is the Lavlca-Butte, which has
been opened up by 1,200 feet of tunnels
and upraises, and has yi large ore
reserve ready . for ahlptoent. An
adjoining property, the Lost Mountain,
has also been developed by 700 feet of
tunnels, and a number of smaller properties have been opened up.   A little
Nickle Plal;e on Twenty-Mile creek.
It is a gold proposition owned by the
Standard OU mon. They are building
roads and putting in machinery for
further development purposes. The
Boundary country is very much 'all
right,' I was glad to sou you support
Chris. Foley, and consider the Eagle
did good work, for though Foley was
not, elected, tho Lardoau certainly
mado a good showing. I wns surprised
at the number of votes polled in Forguson. The Lardeau Is being well t.alkot]
of this winter. Looking from the outside one can hardly realize that that's
tbe place whore we tramp snow half
the time and mud tho other. With
best wishes to the EAGLE and all the
TEN   TONS   A   DAY.
further north tbe Bannookburn and
the properties of the Gold Hills company have boen actively worked during the past year. Thore are many
promising prospects in this vicinity,
and lately the ore has yielded increased gold values. It is known thatthe
Lardo river, which drains the Lardo-
Duncan country, produced a large
amount of placer gold in tho 00's, whon
the Cariboo excitement first attracted
attention to British Columbia. In
the Lardeau the gold valuos associated
with the silver-lead ores are higher���
particularly in tho cases of tbe proper
ties named���than in the Slocan o
East-Kootenay.
Besides  these properties, however,
there are also the Old Gold, Primrose, I boys, 1 remain, W. Letts."
Guinea Gold, Triune, Silver Cup, Net- 	
tio L. and a number of othor groups |
near Ferguson, all of which  will bo
tapped by  the proposed   railways���
and  many  of them are now in a position to ship.
With  all this work done, it is well
known that the Lardeau is more fully
developed and  tested,   both us to the
extent and permanency of its deposits,
than wits the Slocan before the Kaslo
& Slocan  railway  was   built in 1895.
Pe' haps this accounts for tho fact that
the Lardo-Duncan and Lardeau, alter
years   of   waiting,   is now to have two
railways, thus Insuring,competition ns
to  freight  rates,   whioh  must bo an
inestimable boon to tbe mining (level
opinent of tho whole district.
Assuredly an ora of groat prosperity
has dawned,   and  this   will bo hailed
with pleasure in  Rossland,   where a
number  of our mining operators tiro
largely interested in many of the most
promising  properties, on  which thoy
have  alroady expended large sums in
development work.
The   Ore  Output of the Nettle L.
Mine Now Reaches This
Figure.
About 200 sacks of ore a day is being
mined at tho Nettie L., the greater
part of which is sacked in the workings.
Tho now winzo in the crosscut from
tho southeast, drift is now down about
65 feet and Foreman Crilly sayB
tho load is getting stronger and richer
if anything. Tho connection between
the long tunnel and this winze will be
mado shortly thus facilitating matters
considerably. Somo 20 mon are on the
pay roll at the mine, whilo others are
busilly engaged in rawhldlng the or��
down to the ore house here. Tho four-
horse teams are also making two trips
a day to Baty's hotel, while tho teams
between thero and Thomson's Landing
are moving tho oro ns quickly as pos
siblc under the bad condition of the
road on the big hill.
THE ''WONDERFUL" GROUP.
The Owner, David Morgan, is Driving a 100 Foot Crosscut
Tunnel.
Whilo the outward appouranco in this
camp   may appear extremely quiet to
ono   not  acquainted  with   thc aettml
amount of development work now In
progresB, tho fact of tho matter is there
is moro work going on now than heretofore during summer seasons.   David
Morgan came down from his property,
the Wonderful group,   on  Saturday
evening, after two months of solitary
nnd hard work, driving a crosscut tunnol. Tho Wonderful group, consisting
of threo  claims,  No.   1, 2 and 3,
located on Pass creek, a short distance
from Circlo city.   A  big strong lodge
lying   between u contact  of limo nnd
schist runs through tho group. A good
deal of   prospecting  work   has  boen
dono, exposing quartz und spar impregnated with  pyrites of iron, zinc and
lead,   tbe   iron  carrying   somo   gold.
An   assay  made from surlaoe samples
gave $11 in gold and Oil ozs. in silvor to
the ton.   Mr. Morgan is now driving a
100 it. crosscut tunnel whioh  will give
him a depth of 100 feet.    Ho hns about
HO feet of the   whole completed now,
and ufter  spending  the   Christmas
nolldays in tho outside   world,   will
return and  complete  tho contract by
spring, whon ho expects  goop results
in the way of striking the oro body.  A
good cabin was built last fall and is
well provisioned for tha winter.
WILL INVEST IN THE LARDEAU
The Company of Which Sir Charles
Tupper is President, To Become
Interested in the Lardeau.
A representative of the New B. C
Goldflelds Mining Co., now operating
tho Velvet mines ut Rossland,of which
Sir Charles Tupper is president, will
visit this town and camp as soon as
possible next spring, for the purpose of
making a few mining investments here.
Capitalists have at lust recognized this
ub a profitable lield for making money
and the above ulono is but a forerunner
of what is to take place with tho opening
of noxt season. The very fact that the
railway is to ho built noxt spring is
already having a good effect.
WHAT THE LARDEAU WILL BE,
Ross E. Chesnut Pushing His Own I
and the District's Interests       j
in Western Ontario.
Ross E. Chesnut, who spent the summer in this distriot, is now in western
Ontario, He is doing a deal In the
way of advertising Lardeau's resources.
In oonoludlug it recent interview .Mr.
Chesnut said: "The completion of thc
railway into the Lardean will placo it
among tlio foremost districts of British
Columbia as a producer of high-grade
ore. This year's work has proven that
tho camp is rich in gold values as well
asin silver unci lead."
LARDEAU   WELL TALKED   OF.
What A Lardeauite, in the Boun-
dary,��Has to Say.
W. Letts, who is interested in mining property in this district, having
spent two summer seasons here, is now
working ln Camp McKinney. In a
letter to the writer, be says ; "This
camp Is quiet, at Is alio the whole
Simllkameen, excepting probably the
In speaking of the bond recently
givon on tho American and Goat ciaitns
tho EAGLE stated that tho lirst payment, $3,000, was to be made on Aug.
lBt, 1001. As a matter of fact the
whole amount of the purchase price,
$20,000, will have to bo put up by Aug.
15th, 1901, The Eagle may err once
in rdong while in the raattorof details,
but It uovorthoicM secures Lardeau's
mining news first for the public
ASTKADY SHIPPER NEXT YEAR
The   Gold Values   Are Increasing
Rapidly.���$10.60 per Ton This
Time, as Against $12. Last
Shipment.���Another   40
Tons Sacked at Mine
Vincent Lr.de and  Andy Ferguson,
returned on   Saturday from the Trail
smeltor, whore they were with an 80-
ton shipment of Triune ore, this being
all the lossees could get down the hill
before the snow came, the   rest of tin:
losseo's portion of tho oro still  beintr
sacked and  stored  in  tho tunnel till
next spring.
Messrs. Lade and Ferguson experienced some difficulty in getting tho oro
away from tho Landing, the two big
C. P. 11. boats caine in from Arrowhead after it, instead of one. thus
increasing the cost of freight $20. This
amount of a refund will bo asked for.
Thore wero 1407 sacks of ore left
whon the shipment reached Trail, 11
sacks having been lost track of between
tho Triune mine and tho Landing.
Tho gross weight of tho shipment,
was 1111,020 lbs., a littlo over 80 tons.
The deduction for moisture, 7.II, and
tho weight of the sacks, 4,081 lbs., left,
tho not weight of the ore 145,848 lbs.,
approximately 724 tons. Tho extreme
moisture of the ore, thus preventing a
thorough cleaning out of the sacks,
loaves a net weight much smaller than
otherwise would be.
Tho gold valuos in this shipment
oxeeedod all expectations, running
somo $7 moro thnn in the first shipment of 20 tons, which went $12 to the
ton.
The exact proceeds from this
shipment is as follows:
71.2,10 czs. of gold nt $20��per oz.. for
05 per cent.,$1,354.4;!, or an assay of .OS
ozs. per ton.
21,470.07 ozs. of silvor, at lil cents
per oz., for 95 percent., $14,877.80, or
an assay of 336.40 ozs. per ton.
73.408 lbs. of lend, at $2,484 por 100
lbs., for OH per cent., $1,043.45, or an
assay of 501 percent, per ton.
Tlio total gr.iss values, thon, woro
$17,874.68. Tlie C. P. P.. charges,
including transportation from Thorn-
sun's Landing to Trail smelter, ami
treatment, amounted to 81600.80.
Tims tho not proceeds wero $10,274.38.
Remarkable as theso valuos uro it-
must, be remembered that the cost of
transportation from tho Triune mine
toThomson's Landing has still tn bo
reckoned witli. This, alone, amounts
to $27.50 ti ton, thus tlio lotnl cost of
freight and treatment amounts to the
enormous figure of $40.50 pet- ton.
And this is not all. Tho provincial
govornmont lax of 2 per cent, hits
Lar.leau's high grade ore pretty hard.
This tax amounted to $377.20. a neat
sum iu itself, on so small u shipment.
From the above, any man, with ,t
blind eye and a cork one, can readily
see tho disadvantages which this district is laboring under. Who can
estimate the difference a railway
will make? The decision of the U. P.
li. to build the Lardeau branoh next
j season is n timely ouo, and a decision
which the company will be pleased
they made, since it will-be ono ul ;
host paying brunches. In Canada in a
very short, time.
This district possesses the oro. aim
tlio money to produce it is forthcoming
daily. And tho advent of the railway
will only help to consummate what :s
now on the tapis.
The owners of the famom Triuno
mine built thoir quarters last fall and
already have supplies in to commence
work, on a largo scalo, early next
spring. In ull likelihood an aerial
tramway will bo built as soon as foible. A base or long tunnel is to ho
driven, giving a depth of some 500feet,
and a big force will be kept constantly
taking out ore in the present workings.
The wonderful possibilities in store
for the Triune mine arc beyond oom-
prehension, Tho owners (Imply havo
no lUua uf how mudl they l'��lly
possess in the Triune. Lardeau Eagle.
Published everv Wednesday morning nt the
office of publication, Ferguson, B <J.,by
K. P. PKTTI1MECK.
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addresses $2.60,  stopped at expiration,
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well equipped] and is prepared to execute all
kinds of printing lit honest prices.
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LARDEAU EAOLE,
FERGUSON, B.C.
WEDNESDAY, DECJ3MBER2G, 1000.
USB YOUR JUDGMENT
FROM THE SJ/YCTUM.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
A matrimonial epidemic has struck
this camp ; evidently the direct outcome of increased prosperity in mining circles.    When  any
To   LILLIAN   HOAR, J. W. M. HOAR,  R. S.
WILSON nnd O. D. HOAR:
Take notice that we the undersigned Co-owners with you of the Jumbo, Florence, Union
Jack, Canadian Boy, Independant and Parrs*
boro mineral claims, situated on  tho south
���t   thn   Hn.tu ilorK ��* tbe Lardeau ereek in the Trout Lake
or   tne   DOyB   Mining   Division   of West   Kcotenny  in   the
.������],��� ��� ������.������>���  ��� ,���,. �������������� **ho flwof Province of British. Columbia, have performed
make a stake, in many cases, the first and reC0rded the assessment work and made
thine they   do   Is   tu   either marry a the  expenditure  required  to be done nnd
H        J "      recorded on the above mentioned claims for
lady on tlte spot or take a matrimonial I the year IS99as well as the yeaigl898,181)7 and
..       .   ��� ,     ,       (i,���  t ,,��������� ,��� j 1898 under section li of the -Mineral Act and
prospecting trip. And as the Lardeau j the years for which Buoh work was performed
boys are all good prospeotors, they !and��x|.cnditure made having expired we do
* *- '       ' *l hereby give vou notice pursuant to Section 4 of
I tiie Mineral Act Amendment Act 1000, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure
generally succeed  In  making a good
find. Tbe development will, as a
matter of course, be forthcoming, and
instead of bachelors halls dotted here
and there, comfortable dwellings will
predominate and tlie necessity for a
line largo government school in Ferguson will soon be obvious,
ma"
The Slocan country has already
passed through much tho same experience as is now before the Lardeau
district. Anil for this reason there
are many object lessons for us. Just
before tlio railway tapped that country
there was quite a stampede in that
direction, but as a matter of fact there | good.
was no "boom" experienced. Tlie
railway just built in. They scarcely
knew it was coming. And with its
completion a few oro shipments were
made; but there was practically nothing in sight for the lloating population,
and as a consequence they gradually
disappeared; but as months went by
the eamp advanced in development
and a few prospects were turned into
shipping mines. Slowly a "pay roll"
was created, and now, after live long
years, it is just receiving the benefit of
a railway and tbo capital previously
invested in the earlier days.
Tho Eagle anticipates much tho
same experience iu this district, with
possibly a few moro ready shippers at
the commencement. But tbere should
be no "boom.'' Nor should we prepare
too extensively for such a thing. The
progress of the Lardeau, and with it
Ferguson, will be gradual and sound,
a much better way than to experience
a "boom" with a reaction, There will
be room next spring for a few live men
in certain lines of business, but thero
is already business men here, with lots
or money to back them, who can cater
to Lardeau's requirements for the next
two or three years at any rate. Of
course,there should bo at least thirteen
more newspapers. The publishers can
live on hope, scenery and beautiful
oold, clear mountain water, and stand
off the typo founders. But aside from
this line of business the others should
make haste slowly. The Lardeau district is all that is claimed for it, and
possibly there is no richer mineral
belt iu Canada than exists here, but
it takes time and money to attain
development. There will be lots of
room for good prospectors, and plenty
of speculation for capitalists of all
sizes; but noKlondike'isinsightforone
who is ever anxious to get something
for nothing. Tho wage scale in the
Lardeau is good, $-1 a day of ten hours
for common labor, and $3 50 a day of
eight hours for miners. There ia no
room for Chinamen, Japanese, or cheap
labor of any kind. Therefore none
need apply.
The Lardeau country will go ahend
and prosper with or without a railway,
but it doesn't do to let ambition run
away with judgment.
Most of us incline to the convictions
that wo could load a better life if we
had a better income and got it easier.
We grudge tho time and thought we
have to devote to money-getting druger-
ies, or to spreading rather a thin
layer of funds over a large area of
expenditure. Tf we woro richer may
be we would havo moro time to bo
Tf we could live under such
reasonable conditions as wo would
choose and be quit of sundry trials and
annoyances that assail our temper and
strain our patience, surely we should
make better and- apt to try hard to
havo a better time and enlarge our
means, if possible to that end. All the
same when you and T, dear readerjong
to lead a better life it does not merely
moan that we want to be richer.
Bread and such things seem indispensable, but man does not live by bread
only, and it isn't tho lack of bread nor
even automobiles and steam yachts that
you and T are conscious of when wo are
yearning for betterment. They mean
that we aro conscious sinners day in
and day out and should like to square
our conduct with the higher standard.
T don't know that there is any better
way for ns to mark the return of Christian by taking out now eonsecra
forthe years hereinbefore mentioned within
iN) davsof tlie lirst publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lake this uotli day of September A. U. WOO.
II. M. OARTKR,
J. C. KIRKPATRICK,
81-46 L. THOMPSON',   Co-Owners.
NOTICE TO OO-OWNEB.
To C, 0. BENNETT !
Take notice thai I the undersigned Co-owner
with you of the "Brer Kox" mineral claim situ*
atod on tlio northwost side of Haskins ereek
and iiiioui three miles from its mouth aud being a sonlli-easterlv extension of tne Kayal
mineral claim In the Trout Luke Mining Division, of west Kootenay, In the province of
Uriiish Columbia, havo performed and recorded the assessment work and made the ex
pondituro roqulred to be done and recorded on
the above mentioned claim forthe year 1890
under sectional of. the Mineral act nnd the
year for which such work was performed and
expenditure made having expired I do hereby
give vou notice pursuant to section 4 of this
Mineral Act Amendment Aot 1000, to contribute ymir proportion of such expenditure for
the year hereinbefore mentioned within 00
days of the first publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lako this 8th day of November, A. 11. 1900.
87*49 PETER MCVEIGH, Co-owner.
R.S. Wilson.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
nnd DENTS' FURNISHER.
-KEVELSTOKE, B.C.
To Lardeau Patrons
tions for our own use. Tt is not. necessary that we should do it dismally.
Nothing that is dismal lits Christmas
seasons. We should be sincere, but
with all our sincerity, bo may be pood
humored about it, indeed I think that
our Christmas consecration should
includo the determination to be as
pood humored as possiblo about everything and accept cheerfully nnd kindly
our share of tlio world's labors to
practice tho charity that enilureth all
things, and also tbat thinlteth no
avoidable evil. To bo comfortable is
not tbo infallible was to be happy
unless tlie comfort is of that comprehensive sort which includes a mind
tbat is tranquil because it is doing its
best, and a soul that is at peace because
it is a fountain of good-will.���Black
and White.
SCREAMLETS.
Ferguson has no cemetery. Too busy
to start one.
''Our Lady of the Snows" is working
three shifts thoso days.
There will be hundreds of men with
money kicking themselves all over
town next season because they were
not in thiB district a year or two sooner.
It Is quite evident that the Ferguson
boys intend to make some good new
century resolutions, judging by tho
way champagne bas been flowing in
town for tho past week.
The Eagle will be enlarged, if the
sheriff doesn't take possession in the
meantime, on March 1st, 1901. An
office 24 x 40, two storey high, will also
be built by that time if kind providence tends us tbe price.
If the following informatien is truo,
and the ICagle has reason to believe
that it is, thero is a gentleman naraefJ
Ralph Smith who is "too much of a
Liberal" to espouse tbe cause of the
Independent-action movement. One of
Foley's prominent supporters, In a pri
vate letter to the writer, has this to
say: "Tho war is over and there is
no use of kicking. Wo can see all our
mistakes now. Still, wo broke the
record. And there is no doubt whero
we will be next time. * * You may
not know it, but Ralph Smith's speech
hurt Foley, both hero (Revelstoke) and
in Kamloops. You see, most of the
Conservative working men here would
have voted for Foley, but they had to
be cured of the notion that Foley was a
Liberal In disguise. Then Smith
spoko and ovor went our "apple cart."
Hero's a synopsis of iiis speech. Ho
said ho would review thc work of both
parties and would bo fair to both.
Then ho challenged any Conservative
to get on tho platform and tell, if thoy
could, anything the Conservative party
had ever done to benefit tho massos
No one accepting. He said, of course
they built the C. P. R. and established
the N. P. Then he attacked the C. P,
R. land grant and tho N. P, He said
the Liberals wero not saints. That's all
he saidagalnstthem. He mentioned tbe
penny postage as a great benefit to the
masses, Then he gave the Liberals
all the credit for the "fair wage reso
lution," and all those other vote-catching things. And ho .devoted li) minutes to Sir Wilfrid Laurier's loyalty.
He gave the preferential tariff as Jan
example of practical loyalty worth
more than all tho Conservative lip
loyalty. Not a word about Puttee at
all. And he only mentioned Foley at
the end, when he said he didn't know
Galliher or McKane. but he did know
Foley, and ho was an honest man."
There's no uso of talking, we will havo
to get rid of Smith if we want to accomplish anything,"    ,
Tim CIGAR nnil STATIONERY business
wtitoti I havo boonconductingin Rpvclsioki,
opposite tlie station, hns been .sold tn .1. W.
BENNETT. Thanking yon all for your
imst patronage and solfoitlngacontipuance
tor my successor, 1 remain, yours,
Chas. J. A man,
<m*s*m><m>*��xsxs��8Km><m>��>3*^<s
AN   UP-TO-DATE COMPREHENSIVE AND
RELIABLE
Showing the position of the
streams, mountains and passes,
waterways, every elaim in the
Trout lake mining district, the
trails and wagon roads, location
of surveyed railways, and everything which will assist an outsider to acquaint himself with
our district. The production
of this map has been taken 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 beatlfully
lithographed in five colors and
entirely free from advertising
matter of any kind.
The urgent necessity for such
a complete map, probably 40 x 40
has long been felt by all persons
Interested in this district; and it
is a pleasure to note that two
such able men have decided to till
the bill. The Price, the same
to all, has "been placed at the
sum of 61.00, prepaid to any
Address.
If You  Want one or  More
Send your address at
once to
The Lardeau Eagle
Ferguson, B. C.
r)BRTINENT
<-^*      POINTERS
For Prudent Purchasers
That the Lardeau district bas unbounded mineral
resources no well informed person will deny.
Tbo Lardeau district is on the eve of a new em,
brought about by the wondorful developments, llnds and
strikes made thus season; along with the fact that tho
construction of a railway by tbe C, P. R. is absolutely
certain for early next season,
Tbo large oro shipmonts being made this winter in
spite of tbe fact that transportation and treatment costs
approximately $37 per ton, indicates tho high grade
nature of our ores. '
With cheap transportation noxt season, when Lardeau's acres of low and medium grade oro can be treated
profitably, the possibilities ure astounding.
The attention of outside investors has already been
arrested and hundreds aro now making arrangements to
operate in this district after tbe early spring���in fact
some of them are here now, securing bonds, looking for
and linding ground-floor propositions.
No district in Canada today offers bettor inducements
for tbe investor than this one. The mining business is
no monopoly. The poor man has even chances, at least
more so than iu other lines. When he finds a Triune ho
doesn't have to sell. What other occupation in life can
a man follow where bis chances with a wealthy competitor uro less diminished than in prospecting and mining?
"There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at
tbe flood, leads on to fortune." It may not be your lot to
make a fortune, but if ever there was an opportunity in a
mining camp, tlie Lardeau offers it today. Don't wait
until the railway comes; for then tbe prospector is not in
the same need of money, to enable him to hung on.
If you have money to invest now is the timo to investigate. Come straight to Ferguson: you will lind men here
who have properties to sell: in fact Ferguson is the home,
the meeting place for prospeotors and investors. Tbe
owners, as a rule, will be found raoBt reasonable and
always ready to givo you information, cheorfully escort
you to their properties, and otherwise interest you -in
their Interests. We bave the mineral resources and no
money to develop them. Will you come in and help us
and thus help yourself?
, I
BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR,    .
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.   Iff
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.'   #&
BEST ��2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packing   ���
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTERS AT FERGUSON, U. C.
Contracts entered iuto for packing of
Mining Supplies, etc., to any point
in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specialty.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
..Hotel Lardeau,
/. Laughton, Proprietor.
Ferguson, l C.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL L OHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
Hotel Ferguson
THE PIONEER HOTEL OF TIIE LAUD1SA
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of;
/lines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tcnderfeet comforted.
Bates 9:3.00 n .lay nml upward*.. %
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors. I
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I LUMBER   A   SCARCE ARTICLE.
Present Builders Importing Lumber From Comaplix and
Trout Lake.
There is not a foot of lumber in For-
Vguson.   Jas. Cummings is getting the
fjimber for  his  largo   new  hotel on
ytotoria avenue, from Trout Lake and
Coriaplix.   It costs $4 a M. to bring
Vt here from the former place and $8 a
/ M.   to  got it hauled from the latter.
1   No less than  three big buildings will
be  put   up   in   Ferguson   in as many
'      months.    Tlie mill plant bore cannot
begin to supply tho demand for lumber
next spring.    And getting lumber in
from tiie outside is slow and exponsive
work.
(Med Hate of North Ha|!#��BBHB
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lliNt.'li r*ii*->-~ ��
THIS IS TIIE
UNION LABEL
ofthe United Hut-
tors of North America. When you
aro buying a FUR
HAT, either soft or
stiff, sue to it that
thegenuine UNION
LABEL in sewed in
it. If il retailer litis
loose labels in Ills
possession and offers lo put one in a
u, do nol
him. Ik-
has not any right to have loose labels. Loose
labels In retailstores are counterfeits. Do nol
listen to anv explanation oa to why the hat has
no label. The tieuuine Union Label is perforated on the four edges exactly the same as a
postage stamp. Coutorfolta are sometimes
perforated on three of [he edges, and sometimes
only on   two,     Keep a sharp lookout for the
counterfeits- Unprincipled manufacturers arc
using them In order to gel rid of thoir scab*
made hals. The John H. Stetson Co. and Hour)
II. Itoelof", both of riulinlcljihiii, Pa,, are nonunion concerns,
JOHN A. MOFFtTT, President,Orange, .v..I.
John PHILLIPS, Secretary,477Parlt Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. V.
THE LARDEAU
RAILWAY.
Superintendent
Marpole Says it
Will be Built in
the Spring.
It has been fully
determined, by the
Canadian Pacific
railway to extend a
branch railway line
into the Lardeau
country early during
the coming year.
Mr. Marpole, while
in Rosstand a few
ago, stated positively
that the road would
be built.
Smoke Cigars
And at all times insist on the
box bearing TUB iii.uk LABEL.
It holps manufacturers to see tho force
of paying fair and honost wages.    ���
The Label Committee, c. m. I. 0.
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|  UNION MADE I
The Union Label
On everything you buy la a guarantee
that the producers thereof receive a fair
rate of wages for its production.
Insist on having the label/
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Do hot bo annoyed lf��nt tho expiration of
your snbaoriptfon the Eagle ceases to fly your
way. Due notice will he sent you and if there
Is no responso your name will he cut off. It
saves us time and money, and "business Is
business."
See that this Label is on all Clothing you buy. |
Canadian Patificl
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel.
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to me
at once and I'll guarantee its repair.
My shop is in the Eagle bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
AND SOO LINE.
STILL CONTINUE To OPERATE
MINING PROPERTIES
>- In the Lardeau
For Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
��S. THORNTON   LANGLEY & CO.
ROSSLAND, B. C
Promoters    of    Legitimate   Mining
Enterprises.
irst
On all trains Irom Itovolstoio and
Kootenay Landing.
ist
Will get you unvtliing you
want from A. G.' FRASER,
Ciiieiiil Dealer, Thomson's
Landing, J3. 0.
Passing Dunmore Junction dally lor
St. Paul, Saturdays lor Montreal and
Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for
Toronto. Same ears pass Kevelstoke one day earlier.
No Trouble to Quote Rates and Give
You a  Pointer  regarding  the
Eastern Trip Ynu Contemplate taking.
For rates, tickets and  full information
apply to
.1. Mct'REERY, Agent Arrowhead.
T. W. HRAD8HAW, Agt. Revelstoke.
Or to	
E. J COVI.E, Asst. Pass. Agt.. Vancouver, B. C.
* If you want all tho mining news
of tho Lardeau yuu must becomo a
paid-up reador of tho Eagle.
I JL FERGUSON
f \   Is the	
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Aft.
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The place where
the Mines are.'
M,-      COHm AMI INVKST1UATK l'OH VOIIKSKLP.
Probably the Safest and Most Lucrative
Investment in  British    Columbia   today
is Real  Estate   in   the   town of
FERQU
THE   PLACE   WHERE   THE  MINES   ARE
AS CAN BE READILY SEEN PROM THE ACTUAT, RECORDS
OF ASSESSMENT, CIRTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS, DEVELOPMENT, NEW STRIKES IN VARIOUS MINING PROPERTIES
SURROUNDING FERGUSON AND THE PACT THAT A RAILWAY WILL REACH HERE NEXT SEASON. NOW IS THE
TIME TO BUY. THE DE.MAMD FOI! FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
WILL BE TOO BRISK BY SPRING TO SIOCURE THE SAME
VALUES AS NOW. CHOICE LOTS ALREADY DISPOSED OF
ARE CHANGING HANDS AMONG PRIVATE OWNERS AT
DOUBLE AND MORE THAN OUR PRICES. AND IT IS QUITE
REASONABLE TO SUPPOSE THAT THE TOWNSITE PRICES
WILL BE ADVANCED AS THE DEMAND FOR LOTS INCREASES.
Ferguson is the
Coming Town
!^��H!��iLii^!^^5^I^LTo ��� ���f best
L0CATED    ^D   LAID    OUT   TOWNSITE IN THeHr^U
DISTRICT. ITS UNIQUE POSITION,' AT THE BASE AND GATEWAY TO THE GREAT NORTHERN, NETTIE L. AND SILVER
CUP HILLS, ENTITLES IT TO THE WELL KNOWN LOCAL
MAME-THE PAY ROLL CENTRE. FERGUSON IS THE HEADQUARTERS AND OUTFITTING POINT FOR ALL THE MINING MEN NOW OPERATING IN THE DISTRICT. 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   JUST  NOW.
To Get in on the Ground Floor
You must buy now
FOR PRCES OP LOTS,  ETC., APPLY TO
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W. N. BRAYTON, General Agent.
a^jf^^^^S^9S^^^8^I^^M^^^�� ONTUEWING ITEMS
Remember the dance at the Halcyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium on the evening of Thursday, 3rd of January, 1901
No one need be surprised if James
Otto returns from "down home," Scova
Notia, with a bride, in the early spring.
A happy New Year and a prosperous New Century to you all. May you
all live to see the dawn of the next
century. .
Two or three local single men purposo building residences in town
between now and spring. Tho reason
is obvious.
Lots in Ferguson aro changing hands
at a fair rate, mainly among private
owners. The demand from the town-
site owners.
A Christmas tree entertainment for
the children of Trout Lake, is on for
tonight, (Monday.) It promises to be a
huge success.
J. B. Munross, .1. H. Harris, J. M.
Miller, and sovornl other prominent
men of Rossland are real estate owners
ln Ferguson.
P. Burns & Co., R. Howson, F. W.
Footo, A. McDonald,-R. Davis, A.
Johnson and othors,of Revolstoke,have
purchased lots in Ferguson.
Don't overlook the masquerade ball on
Wednesday evoning, the 26th, in
Hume's ball, Trout Lake. A good
crowd and a good time is assured.
During the summer season just
closed there were 297 mineral locations
and 413 certificates of assessment work
done, recorded ut the government
offices.
R, ficisterer & Co., brewers at Nelson and Moyle City, have purchased
five lots in Ferguson, upon which they
will erect a modern brewery next
spring.
Fred. Dlsjardine, Dan. Dunbar, W.
Innes, Arthur Evans nnd D. Morgan
left for Revelstoko on Sunday evening
to spend tbe Christmas holidays. The
boys, except Mr. Innes, may pay Nelson a visit before returning to the pay
roll centre,
For tbo Eagle to issus on Wednesday would ho too late for the new mail
arrangement, and Tuesday boing
Christmas day, this edition is printed
on Monday, in order to let the staff
join in the local crusade of "putting
down champagne."
Thirty-five mineral locations, twenty-
seven Rortilloat.es of work and thirty-
seven tr" esters were recorded at the
government oflice, Comaplix, during
the months of October and November,
1900. Space forbids a detailed report
at present, but it may be examined at
this offloe.
Jas. II. Citrrie, for a long time manager of ('. II. Hume&Co's store at
Trout Lake, and who is interested In
mining properties In this district, is
away oust spending the winter with
his bride, nee Miss Williamson of New
Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Currio will return to tlie camp early next spring.
A letter lo tho Eaule from Joseph
Disjardlne; who with Peter Cameron,
Charles Short and Lorenzo Wisen"r,
are spending tho winter, at ease, in
Vernon, suys they aro having a good
time and all aro well. When they return they "ill feel like climbing Lardeau's lulls with a pack of any proportion.
The circulation of tho I'Uqle has
grown to such an extent that a new
Standard Acme Mailer has been ordered, and so.m addresses of subscribers
will be printed and pasted upon each
paper, also shelving tho date of expiration. T'.i", no hope, will aid the
postal dopiii'tmont In giving a regular
and prompt dollvery of tho Eaole,
which is certainly not the case nt
present.
Messrs. S. Shannon, B. A., and A.
P. Cummin", P. L. S., are making
georl pr"*��hsb < 1th tho now map of tho
Lardoau ��������'. front Lako districts.
,'The ran ir.'lill hns been secured and Is
now boitt'.- put Into shupo. Tho work
will soo.-i lie In tbe hands of the lithographers, and in tbe course of a few
we.'ks tip- Eagle will be prepared to
fill all order-. See advertisement elsewhere in t"nis issue.
Mrs. P. '��� ''Connors, J. C. KlrkpatrJck,
tt. Davis, Peter Cameron, C. R. Scott,
lobn 0, Laing, Frank Lebeau, C. A.
Irwin, D. Cameron, S. A'. Reid, S.
Shannon, Henry Floyd, Andrew Cum-
minirs, A. C. Cummins, Geo. B.
Batho, Ferguson brothers, McKinnon
& Sutherland, J. T. Black, J. Q. McKinnon,.!. Laughton, Jamee Cumm-
ings, r. Roisterer & Co., A. G.
Fraser, !;. Dane}', R. Lecke-Ewing,
Lado liiethers, Angus MoDougall and j
R. P. Pettipieee are among some of j
tho-many local owners Qt Ferguson
reel ostiiii!.
bo TOOK OWN THINKING.
There are a wholo lot of mon who
will exclaim when they are told that
such and such is thc case. "Why, I
never know if. I never heard it; I
never read anything about it." No,
they didn't; simply becauso thoy were
too busy running down ([some one's
character or too lazy to take the time
to rend and study, or if by chance they
really do road an article they don't
stop to think. All persons should do
some thinking for themselves; don't
let others do all your thinking or reading, and you take all they say as tho
gospol truth. Take in all walks of
life, thore are too many men who never
stop to think.���Union Record,
K. T. LOWKIIY ON UIVOCC LAWS.
In many parts of the United States
the clergy are protesting against the
divorce laws. They make no protest
against the marriage, probably on
account of the fees, This is where the
protest should be put in. Make marriage more difficult, and tho divorce
evil will cure itself. Divorces should
be made easy to obtain, as no people
should live together when one or both
are out of harmony. Love cannot be
rotalnot by legal barriers.���New Denver Ledge.
James Cummings and bride have returned from the coast.
The turkey and goose supply in the
pay roll centre is receiving due attention these days.
An impromptu programmo is being
given by tha children of Ferguson this
(Monday) evening ln the school house.
A Christmas tree, well laden with
presents, is the most attractive feature
for the children.
* When you reach Trout Lake City
register at the Queen's Hotel, Abrahamson Bros., proprietors. Good
.accomodation ; best service; choice
wines, liquors and cigars ; fire proof
safe; rates reasonable.
As will be Been from advertisement
elsewhere, Frank Appicosto is ready to
receive mail orders for goods in his
lino. Mr. Appicosto is ccrtaintly
a genius and can turn leather to better and moro uses than any other man
in the province. See his card elsewhere.
Jacob Smith, George Hays, Frederick Dion and Ralph Higginson returned from tho Old Gold camp on Saturday, to spend Christmas week In town.
They report good progress with development work in the Old Gold camp, a
detailed report of which will appear in
next issue.
The Chamber of Mines
South-, m   HrltlHh   Columbia
(Kootonay and Yale)
The Chamber of Mines wants thoroughly
reliable correspondents In every camp In tlie
districts of Enst and West Kootenay and Yale
to whom reasonable compensation will be
paid for thetr service. Correspondents will be
oxpooted to furnish the Chamber of Mines
with all development going on at the mines
thc Installation or machinery, shipments of
ore and value, and generally suoh news as will
attract the attention of capitalists and cause
them to Investigate and invest..
Applications to be addressed to the
CHAMBER OP MINKS
southern British Columbia,
(Kootenays and Yale)
1'. 0. Box 578 ROSSLAND, H. <
TNE LARDEAU DISTRICT AS  A
profitable Held for tho Judicious
advertiser Is unexcelled in this province. THK MRDKAP EAOI-R Is
the only medium actually covering
tbo district. An ad. In the EAGLE
will reach more people in Ferguson,
Trout Lake city, Thomson's Land-
intr, Comaplix, Camborne, Arrow-
bead, Ten Mile, Circle City and
every solitary mine iu Ihe district,
than anyother paper published.
NO OTHER DISTRICT IN CANADA
offers such splendid opportunities
for good wide awake advertisers.
Do you want more business? Then
write at or<?o for our advertising
rites and place vour patronage In
ibe only medium that actually
covers tlie   Held  ,	
T" Lardeau Eagle
T.A. Wilson, M.D., CM.
L. R. 0. P. & 8.   [Queen's University.]
Provincial Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C.
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:    REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.
Goo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. PInkhain.
J.M.Scott, B.A.,L.L.B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
OFFICES:   MCKENZIE AVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A. H. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service* ln school house every
Sunday at 3 p.m    jundiiy schoolats p.m.
Trout Lake Cltv . Services in Forrester's
hall every Sunday at 7:80 p.m. Sunday
school at '2:30p.m.
REV. S. J. GREEN. Pastor.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, B. C.
FERGUSON AND TEN-Mll,E,
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General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work	
Promptly attended to at moderate rates,
Horse shoeing a specialty.
-""PKED. DBSJAKDINE.
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All I.imletiu's leading hotels handle it.
Manufactured hy the
Enterprise Itrewlnfr Co.,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Imperial Bank
���^mimm.   of Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, ,2,500,000.00.
CAPITAL PAID UP . . ,2,468,008.00.
REST      ,1,700,000.00.���
General Banking business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits tn 8avings
Department at current rates.
A. R. bThEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
: FIELD $ BEWS,
���    Druggists
Chemists     ��
Stationers
; f^SSSf. REVELSTOKE.:
If you need anything m
Photographic
Supplies...
Hcnd to the
CANADA DRUG & HOOK CO.,
REVEIXTOKE.H.C
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   ,   ,
' ARROW LAKES, II. C.
The most complete resort on the continent
of North America. Situated midst Kcenery
unrivalled for grandeur, Roatlng, Helilng
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegraphic communication with
all parts of thc world. Two malls arrive and
depart every day. Its baths euro all nervous
mid muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
kidney, liver and stomach ailments. Its
baths and waters are a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS : f Wi to
?18 per week, according to residence in hotel
or villas.
Lardeau's Leading Store
Job Printing
You need lt in your business, but vou want
it done neatly and in an up to-date stylo,
and of course at a moderate price. We can
furnish you with anything you need in the
printing line, but to fog vour memory will
mom Ion Bill Heads, statements, Receipts,
Envelopes. Letter Heads, Business Cards,
etc., any of which you may be In Immediate
need of,   Telephone or write
The Lardeau Eagle
We wish
You One and All
the Compliments
of    tbe    Season.
YOU ARE THE BUYERS
Wo are the sellers, and we have had business experience
enough to know that it pays to deal in the best groceries
because our trade demands it. Therefore Bhould you
require     choice     Groceries    we . can   supply    you.
BATHO tf Co.
Don't Send to Eastern Sweat-Shops for
Goods until you try the
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Send for Prices, samples and particulars
. . . Bourne Bros.
C B. Hume & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
��-��   General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
Revelstoke.
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Riding Bridles
Hackamorcs
Whiplashes
Ladies' and dents'
Platted Belts
Quirts
Watch Guards
Lariatas
All Kinds of Braided and Platted Work
Neatly Executed on Short Notice
FRANK APPICOSTO,
Manufacturer ot AH Kinds
ot Platted Leather Goods.
.FERGUSON, B. O.
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H. O. PARSON
Wholesale Dealers In
... Winesf Liquors and Cigars...
The liest Goods Only.
Stock Large and Complete.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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If You Waot all the News of the Lardeau
VOU MUST BECOME A PAID-UP HEADER OF "THE EAGLE."
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