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 40
THE CASCADE RECORD
Published In the Interests of the Boundary Mining District
Vol. I.
CASCADE, B. C, APRIL i, 1899.
No. 21.
THREE FIRES IN 48 HOURS
Fire Wardens Determined to Pnt a Stop to
Criminal Negligence.
Between Wednesday morning
and Thursday evening three small
tires occurred, that might have resulted in great damage, Two of
these were in a small barber shop,
adjoining the Roma hotel, and
were so palpably the result of almost criminal negligence, that (he
fire wardens have already read the
riot act to the proprietor, as it were,
and will hereafter enforce the fire
rules more strictly.
The other fire occurred in the
house of D. L. Barclay, opposite
the Record office, the roof catching
from sparks. It was quickly put
out.
A circular has been prepared by
the fire wardens and will be posted
conspicuously early next week. As
these officials have the power, they
will undoubtedly see that its provisions are enforced.
The new fire alarm has been
placed upon the townsite building,
where it can he readily gotten at
in case of need.
In the Mining Field
IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF CLAIMS.
New Regulations In Regard to Taking out
Free Miners Certificates.
Notice has been given by the
Hon. J. Fred Hume, minister of
mines, that an individual free
miner's certificate taken out or
renewed before the 1st of May, 1899,
is valid for one or more years from
the date of issue.
An individual free miner's certificate taken out or renewed after
the 1st Mav, 1899, and before the
31st May, 1899, will be valid only
until such 31st May.
The fee for such certificate for
such fractional part of the year
will be, pro rata, proportionate to
the fee for the entire year. A further free miner's certificate may be
taken.out, dating from the 31st of
May, at Midnight, 1899, and valid
for one or more years from that
date.
A table will he distributed show
ing the proportionate rate to be
charged for free miner's certificates
which are issued covering only a
portion of the year.
Run Over by His Own Wagon.
Last Tuesday G. W. Bannerman,
a teamster, was thrown from his
wagon between Cascade and Marcus, and one of his legs was broken
below the knee by the wagon passing over it. The injured man's
family live at Marcus and he was
taken to that place for treatment.
He was bound for Marcus and of
course was not loaded.
Percy F. Godenrath, travelling
representative of the Spokesman-
Review, was in Cascade yesterday
on a return trip from Republic,
Greenwood and Camp McKinney.
He was also securing business for
the mining book soon to be published by his paper.
Dame Rumor has it, on apparently good authority, that Cupid
has been doing some execution of
late in Cascade.
One of the most practical lessons
obtainable by.the average mining
man or prospector was given free
this week, right here in Cascade. It
was in the shape of two excellent
lectures delivered by Prof. Wm.
Bums, his subject being "Chemistry
and its Relation to Mineralogy."
Being ably qualified hy a long and
practical experience to treat such
an important subject, the professor's ideas were well worth hearing.
This was shown by the large
audiences that greeted him, and
listened attentively both evenings,
many of those present being ladies.
The first evening the Cascade
Auditorium would scarcely contain
the audience that tried to gain admittance. The greater part of the
evenjng was devoted to opening up
this interesting, topic, and to eluci
dating how prospectors in the hills
by having a few acids and a blowpipe, both inexpensive and light,
can readily ascertain the presence
of any particular metal in a piece
of rock. During the second evening Praf. Burns gave some practical
demonstrations of his statements
of the previous evening, in plain
view of the audience, and showed
clearly how useful a few re-agents,
in the hands of a prospector, could
be made.
The lectures were timely and to
the point, and should prove of
practical benefit to many who had
the privilege of hearing .thfem. The
professor warmly recommended
one book for study by all interested.
It is entitled. " Treatment of Common Minerals and Rocks," by Wm.
0. Crosby.
Up Burnt Basin Way.
Frank Hutchinson tried to break
a trail to the Chamberlain group
on McRae creek this week, to begin
operations, but could not make it.
Adjoining the Mystery is the
Golden Chord, recently bought by
G. T. Curtis, of Cascade. Mr.
Curtis, who also owns the Pilot
Beacon group on Sutherland creek,
will begin operations on the property in a couple of weeks.
A deal has been pending for the
Tammany group, known as one of
the best Burnt Basin properties, for
some time. Dr. Dixon, of Toronto,
arrived in the city Wednesday and
with Wm. Forrest went to the
Basin to inspect the property.
D. C. Beach, owner of the Victoria group on Christina lake, at
the Cove, returned from Rossland
Thursday, accompanied by F. E.
Starkey, of Spokane, who was one
of the original locators of the great
Ruth mine in the Slocan. On account of great depth of snow, the
Victoria was the only claim they
could get at.
Charles Willarson and Pete
Johnson, who have been working
steadily on the Mystery group,
close to the Burnt Basin, for a
couple of months, have lately been
crosscutting the ledge in the course
of prospecting the property. The
report is out this week that they
have found several feet of good
galena ore.
J. A. Saucier, of Rossland, was
in Cascade on Thursday, and completed a deal by which Messrs,
Robertson and Curtis, owners of a
one-quarter interest in the Ennismore, sell the same to the Avon
Mining & Milling Co., Ltd., which
already owned the other three-
quarters. The figures are not given
out, but are very satisfactory to
the owners. The new concern has
a capital of $500,000,and is backed
by a French syndicate, of which
Messrs. Saucier and Ouimette are
the head men. There is already
$3,000 in the treasury, and supplies will be packed in and development work started at the earliest
possible date.
The following from a recent
issue tif the Rossland Miner is indicative of the interest being taken
iu Burnt Basin properties : "Considerable of the attention of mining
men will be directed from now on
to the Burnt Basin section. The
indications are that it will be one
of the best mining sections of
British Columbia. High values
are found in the ores, and this is
particularly the case with the
Mother Lode, the properties of the
John Bull company and the Ennismore property, owned by the Avon
Mining company. Preparations
are now under way to do extensive
development work en all the above
named properties, and also on
dozens of others. The outlook, is,
therefore, that the section will be
the theatre of considerable activity
during the coming summer."
MININO  RECORDS
In the Grand Porks Mining Division
from March 33 to 39.
LOCATIONS.
March 86���Copper King, Grand Forks, Jos Pounder.
March 27���Nick of Time, Grand Forks, John
Holms. Union Jack, Casoade, Jas. Darcy
and D. J. Damtugh. Athenian, Grand Forks,
L. K. Chase. Agitator, Cascade, A. L. McDonald.
March 28���New Moon, Cas ade, F. Grlbi and O.
K. Ginnasy, Kid, tract., and Lotty May, In
Summit Camp, Ed. L. Davis.
March 29���Alice  W.,,Uoat mouutain,  M. D. .
White.     Copper King, tract., Greenwood
camp, W. R. Williams. Star, Brown's camp,
Frank Sears.  Tacbma, V ellington camp, V.
A. Wolford. Telka, tract., Brown's camp, W.
B. Cochrane. Vanguard, Summit camp, Alex
Dorius. Lime Kiln, Hardy creek, Neil Hardy.
CERTIFICATES OP WORK.
March 25- May Stearns, J. H. Perkins.
March 27���Ivory, J. H. Hayes. Muy Flower, J. A.
Macdonald. Black Bess, Porter, Mclutosb
and Mack.
March 28���Jack Pot, Sanderson and Moriarity.
March 29���Josle, Rogers, Young, et al.
. TRANSFERS.
March 24-0. K., 1 6, Jas. Seale to Julia O'Connor
Palmetto, }&, Mosc Burns to A. J. Marks.
Fair Play, fra.'t., all, D. McClung to L. M.
Kerby. Excelsior and Old Jim, all, Robert
Clark to Ella Clark. Kitty, tract., all, Max
Hunt/, to Geo. Hicken.
March 25���Belmont, Outarlo, tract., and Electric,
tract., M.S. and G. H. Summers to G. H.
McDonald. Norway and George, 1-3, W. A.
Pounder to L. P. Simmouds.
March 27-Mikado, 16, C. 8. Johnson to J. Y.
Cole. Beaver, Vt, J. J. Farrell to W. J. for
ter. Mother Lode and Daly, quitclaim, J.
T. C. Fraser and M. hbick to T. Mayne Daly.
Daly, all, H. P. Jackson to T. Mayne Daly.
Mother Lode, all, Marshall Jackson to T. M
Daly. Little Bertha, 1-3, bond, Wm Ketebam
to A. B. Clabon. Little Bertha, 1-0, A. V.
Dawns to A. T. Kendrick. War Cload, all,
S. L. Ralston to J. E. Walker. War Cloud,
all, Jas. E. Walker to H. G. Brown, In trust.
March 28���Earthquake, Phil Sheridan and New
Last Chance, W. K. White to F. Sean-
Chicago, Oregon and Brooklyn, agreement,
W. K. White to F. Sears. Judge, it, C.J.
McArthur to D. B. Vincent. Puck, k, 1- J.
Caulfleld to D. B. Vincent. Three Jolly Boys
and Noibert, 8-16each, Alex Dorias to D. B.
Vincent.
March i!9-Niagara, V��� A. C. Sulton to Ella
Clark. Jackstraw, all, J. G. Rives to H. C.
Sharp. Kid and Lotty May, %, Ed. I..
Davis to Hugh B. Cannon.
In tbe Districts.
The Bluebird, Skylark camp, is
improving steadily, the shaft being
now down 45 feet.
Work is to be resumed at once
on the Helen E. group, in the
Pierre lake district.
The Mammoth-Diamond Hitch
Co. is the name of a new concern
that will workclaimson Pathfinder
mountain, up the North Fork.
The purchase price of the O. K.
and Humming Bird, recently acquired by Smith Curtis, is said to
he $60,000, with a substantial cash
payment. The claims are located
10 miles up the North Fork of
Kettle River.
Burleigh drills are to he put in
���he Combination mine in Providence camp. A 300-foot tunnel is
now under contract on the property. J. C. Bartholomew, one of
the locators and owners of the
property, parsed through Cascade
this week.
Paymaster Woodman, of the contractors' office, returned a few days
ago from the Pierre lake section, 16
miles south of Cascade, where he is
interested in a group of copper
claims. On one of them he has a
40-foot shaft, and is still sinking.
IN  AND AROUND CASCADE.
Yesterday being Good Friday
and a legal holiday, the custom
house was closed.
Mrs. Charles Bampfield arrived
from Toronto on Thursday, and
will make her home in Cascade.
Rev. J. McCoy requests the
Record to state that the new fire
alarm will be rung 15 minutes
before each preaching service tomorrow.
Dick Porter, of the bridge contracting firm, has rented one of the
cottages now being completed by
the townsite company, and will
soon bring his family from Spokane
Manager Ceperley, of Ceperley,
Mackenzie & Rounsefell, Ltd.,
Vancouver, the insurance agency
through which most of the risks in
Cascade are written, was in the
Gateway City yesterday.
The city council, board of trade
and citizens of Grand Forks, are
taking active measures to oppose
the incorporation of the town of
Columbia, on the ground that such
an act would be prejudicial to the
interests of the former place. THE CASCADE RECORD
April 1, ISM
IN  AND AROUND CASCADE.
Major W. H. Cooper will make a
business trip to Greenwood early
next week.
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday, and
Rev. McCoy will preach an easter
sermon.
Assistant Paymaster Smith completed his rounds of the camps
early in the week.
W. E. Torney came back from
Niagara last week. He says the
little town is just alive.
Commissary Shepherd, of the
contractors' force, expects to start
on a trip to Spokane tomorrow.
Inspector Burns, who visited
Cascade's school this week, was
well satisfied with the work being
carried on.
Alex M. Lupfer," who has charge
of the railway surveys on the new
San Poil route, to Republic, was in
town this week.
Officer Darraugh, who recently
found a razor and knife near the
���scene of the Cassato tragedy, made
a trip over the line this week.
Horace Dagan and Jim Starts-
man will soon take the road with
a moving picture show. The machine was shipped from Chicago
last week.
Ed. Thompson, of the Columbia
hotel, has returned from Edmonton, Alberta, having been called
there by the serious illness of his
wife.    He left her much improved.
In the small hours of this morning, just as April Fool's Day was
breaking, some figures were noticed
flitting about the lower flat with
lanterns. They were said to be
staking placer claims on the platted part of Cascade.
George K. Stocker was up to the
Forks on Thursday, but Bays there
were no outward evidences of the
bloody war that, from newspaper
reports, many are led to believe is
now raging with great fury between
the residents of the upper and lower towns.
Donald McLeod, purchasing man
for the railway contractors, returned this week from a two weeks trip
to some of the other contracts secured by his employers. While
away he established a new storehouse at Trinidad, on the Great
Northern, near the Columbia river.
This is where Foley Bros. & Larson
have some 15 miles of new work in
straightening out the Great Northern. W. T. Krebs, formerly of the
Cascade office, is now in charge of
the storehouse at the new work.
March came in like the proverbial lion, and carried out the program by going out like a lamb.
An effort is being made to organize a company to deliver water in
Cascade for domestic and fire purposes. If carried out, it will be
aqua pura from Castle creek.
Late Metal Quotations
New York, March SO.- Bar silver, W^c.
Mexican dollars. 4T'jo.
Lake copper���$17@18.
l.ead-��.����M.��R.
The Arm that Axes the selling price tor miners
and smelters quotes lead ��4.15 at the close.
Hutchins &
Wingard
Are now located in Bossburg
with ten four-horse teams, and
are prepared to deliver freight
in Cascade, Grand Forks and
Greenwo..d on SHORT NOTICE.
Orders received by Telephone,
and prompt delivery guaranteed.
Sam Sing,
WASHING OF
ALL KINDS...
Laundry at rear of the Custom
House, First Ave.
Clothes called for and delivered.
Table of Distances From
CASCADE CITY.
MINING CAMPS
MILKS
Sutherland creek.... 3
Baker creek:   6
McRae creek     8
Burnt BaBln   16
Central camp ... 80
Fisherman creek....21
Summit camp.        86
Seattle camp 23
Brown's camp 26
Volcanic Mt 25
Pnthflnder Mt 28
Knight's camp 33
Wellington camp ..24
Skylark camp 30
Providence camp... 34
Deadwood camp ....35
Smith's camp  85
Long Lake camp... 39
Copper camp 87
Oraham camp ... .45
Klmberly Camp ... .88
SOUTHBOUND
Halls Ferry 7
Rock Cut 10
mii.es
Bossburg 26
Marcus   83
Rossland 41
NORTH BtiUlll)
Christina Lake . 1
Gtnhnm's Perry. ... 8
Crand Forks 18
Columbia (Op.O.F.) 14
Carson  19
Niagara.  21
Greenwood  81
Anaconda
Boundary Falls.... 86
Midway 89
Kock Creek  52
Camp McKinney... 70
Okanagan Falls... 112
Penticton  125
HESKRVATION POINTS
Nelson, Wash 19
Curlew, Wash. ... 29
Torodack., Wash...41
Republic 50
Gladstone 18
Brooklyn 40
H:
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BLACK'S
HOTEL...
BLACK BROS., Props.
Cor. of Main Street and First
Avenue [centre of town] ...
European Plan.     CASCADE, B. CV
Always Open. *^JT
The Most
Popular Hotel
in the Entire
Boundary
District.
Favorite Stopping Place for
Mining Men
and
Commercial
Travellers.
Splendidly
Stocked Bar
< int connection.
,14    '-���>..    .
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
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is.   rw i u JltuJUVi
CASCADE.
Have Now Received and Opened Out Large Quantities of
New Spring Goods
Including Light Underwear, Silk and Lisle Hose, Silk, Wool
and Velvet Dress Pieces, Corsets, Laces, Gloves and
Dressmaking Supplies. ALL OUR WINTER GOODS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST.
Our Hardware, Grocery, Drug and
Stationery Stock
Is by far the Largest in Town and Prices the LOWEST.
Assay Office and Long Distance 'Phone.
The British Columbia Mercantile
and Mining Syndicate, Limited.
MAIN STREET, CASCADE, B. C.
We have received a fine lot
of the choicest Cabbages that
you ever put a tooth into.
We get shipments direct
from the growers, and guarantee to please.
Come here for Oranges.
We have the sweetest, juiciest
fruit the sun ever shone on���
fresh from the tropics.
We can supply you at Retail or Wholesale.
FRANCIS & niLNE,
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE.
Dry and Green Wood.
Railroad Headquarters Hotel,
Best Meal in Cascade for 35c.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH "THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.''
Our   Specialties   are Pabst's  Blue   Ribbon Beer, Corby's
Eight-Year-Old Rye, Seagram's '83 Rye, Four-
Crown Scotch and Burke's Irish Whiskies.
Celebrated Lion Beer on Draught.
IF YOU MUST DRINK, DRINK THE BEST.
ECKSTORM & SIMPSON, Proprietor*.
Commercial Hotel
O. G. FREDERICKS, Prop.
The Largest and Most Popular Hotel in the city
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
���    '  * ���"'",      "
First Ave. and Main St.,   -   CASCADE, B. C. *
April 1, 18M
THE CASCADE RECORD
3
B* o. B* B* B. B*
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Notice.
Made by  Boston  People���to  be
Caicade People.
The ladies of Cascade held a well
attended   meeting   last  Tuesday,
and after due deliberation decided
to give a public supper and entertainment at the  Cascade Audit-
torium, on Thursday, April   6th,
from 6 to 8 p.m. It is a well known j
fact  that when   the  ladies  oncej
make up their minds to do a thing,
it is as good as done.     Therefore, i
it may be said that this event will I
undoubtedly be a success.
While the object is to raise funds
for the benefit of the Presbyterian j
church, it is intended tp make
every one have such a good time
that a repetition of the function will he called for. After the
supper, which will he home cooked
and therefore a treat to the majority
of Cascade people, an entertainment and conversazione will take
place, beginning at 8:80���all at the
one price of 50 cents, children 25
cents.
Several ladies and gentlemen
have kindly volunteered to furnish
vocal and instrumental music and
a treat is promised all who attend.
The ladies have appointed three
committees to have charge of the
affair, and they are now actively
at work. The six B.'s alone will
be worth the price of admission, it
is said.
_ .1    Notion is heroliv uiven (hull sin not responsible
eaten   By i for ��liy d"bts uoiitrnutuil l>y H. I eplmrn, who
{ recently conducted n Imken business in Cusciide
C'iiy under tho firm name of Barry & Hepburn.
John M. Hakky
Brooklyn. B. C, Mirch 14th. 18W
Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned that
Irom this day und niter this date, I will not be responsible for any hills contracted by James Knnls
anal list the firm of Knnls & Flynn
Dated at Gladstone, B. I      "   "
1890.
'., this Ath day of March
THOIIAB I'XYNS.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby iriven to all concerned that,
from and after ihls dale I will not be respon<ible
for any bills contracted by Alfred Applequlst,
aitaitmt the Arm of Andersen & Applequlst.
Dated at Cascade t it), 0. C, this 16th day of
February, 1889. A. P. ANOKHRIN.
Notice.
The Columbia and Western Railway Company
will apply to the Parliament of < anadn at its
next session for an act kIvIiik to the Compauy
authority to Issue first mnrtitaire bonds to be a
chnrtte on Its railway, including its main line and
branches, not exceeding thirty-Avv thousand
i ollars per mile thereof, and for other purposes
H. Campkm. Onwald.
Secretary
Montreal. March 7,1899.
Notice.
Practical for Prospector! aad Miner*.
A practical fact worth knowing is
that any miner or prospector who
has a blowpipe, alcohol lamp and
a few drops of sulphuric acid can
in a few minutes determine whether
tellurium is present in ores. All
that is necessary being to break off
a small piece of the ore, place it in
a porcelain dish, previously
warmed so as to avoid breaking,
applying the blowpipe until the
ore is at an oxidizing heat, then
put one or two drops of the sulphuric acid on the porcelain dish
and allow to mix with the ore���
the reaction will immediately follow, if tellurium be present, hy
beautiful carmine and purple colors. The metal fuses at about 500
degrees C, and is distilled at a
very high temperature. Its vapor
is golden yellow and has a very
brilliant absorption spectrum, while
the electrical conductivity, like
that of selenium, is largely influenced hy the temperature previous to heat, increasing after exposure to light.
Notice Is hereby given that the Maps and
Plans, and Books of Reference of the Columbia
& Vtesteru Railway Branch Lines as follows have
been deposited In the Kegistry OAlce at Victoria,
as required by Sub-section 2. Section 10. of the
British Columbia Railway Act, and Section 135
of the Railway Act of Canada.
Two branch lines from Ura'nd Forks, B. C. to
Carson, B. C.
Branch line from Eholt Summitt, to Summit,
Greenwood, Wellington and Whites Mining
Camps.
Branch line from Cascade City to International
Boundary.
Branch Hue from Casoade City to Christina
lake.
Branch line from main line near Eholt Summit
to Long Lake Mining camp
Branch line from Greenwood. B. C, to Copper
and De ud wood Mining Camp.
Located line Irom Midway, H. C, to Rock
Cree . BC.
W. F. Tyr,
Chief Engineer of Construction.
Ttatl, B. C, March 6th, 1899.
Mrs. F. L. Chaplin, whose husband is bookkeeper for G. S. Hel-
phrey, doing business at the mouth
of Curlew Creek, accidentally shot
herself in the foot at her home a few
days ago.
Certificate of Improvements.
Elhork and Corydoh mineral claims, situs,'*
In the Grand Forks Mining Division or Yale
District.
Where located:���On Shamrock Mountain, south
slot e, about two and a half miles east of Christina
Lake.
Take notioe that I, Smith Curtis, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 84089A for myself and as agent for
Frank Hutchinson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
81I7A and for Frank Gu��e, Free Miner's Certificate No. 9868 A. intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to tl.�� Minim.' Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, 'or the purpose of
obtaining a frown Grant of the above claims
And further take notice that action, oiidtr sec
tion 87, must be commenced before tbe issuance
of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Thirty-first day of Decern!*-. 1898
SMITH ClIHTK.
Fire Insurance Agency
PHOENIX ASSURANCE COMPANY, of London, Eng., BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO. of Toronto; WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.
George K. Stocker, Agent.
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HOTEL CASCADE
.... C. H. Thomas, Prop. ...
The Original and Oldest Hotel in this part of the
district. Headquarters for Contractors, Mining Men
and Travellers.
Well Stocked Bar in Connection.
Second Avenue,... ���    ���    Cascade City. British Columbia.
f* fcO "T^^fN J��HN LYNGH0I-M, First Ave.
V3 t^S 1 V^P Cascade, if you require anything
in the line of Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
Hats, Caps or Underwear. When going into the hills get
outfit from him and you
can easily follow the trail
Grand   Central   Hotel
Mcdonald & flood, props.
Liquid Refreshments of All Kinds
and in the Choicest Qualities. .,...���,,
First ('lass Sample Rooms in Connection.
FIRST AVENUE, CASCADK, B. C
This HoiiHf in the FavoriteResort fur Railway Men.
Columbia Hotel
J. A. McMASTER & CO., Prop*.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
.First Avenue, CASCADE, B. C.
Columbia Dining Parlor
CHAS. M. HITCH, Proprietor.
First class Throughout.   The Best of Everything the mar-
bet Affords.    Many Years' Experience in the Business.
N. McLELLAN & CO.,
���WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-
Hay, Grain and Feed.
WILL DELIVER IN CAR LOTS TO ANY
PART OF   THE  BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE, B. C.
:
P. BURNS & CO.,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-
fresrj anb O^b )Hfteats,
fist/ anb Oysters, give anb ftresseb Poultry
0T Meats delivered it Mines Free of Charite,
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
Second Avenue, CASCADE CITY.
Shops it CASCADK CITY. GRAND PORKS, OHEENWOOD tod MIDWAY.
The E.G. Thomason & Co, Sawmill
DEALERS IN
Bough and Dressed Lumber, Lg,th,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.
CASCADE CITY,
BRITISH COLUMBIA. THE CASCADE RECORD
April 1, 1SSS
THE CASCADE RECORD
Published weekly at Cascade City, It. C��� by
Wlllcox & O'Reilly.
SulneripUoiiN fi per year In advance.
���ertliliiK rates nu application,
Ad-
'l'iie Record is on sale at tbe
Simpson's Ntwstand 	
Humphrey & Co	
Thompson Stationery Co, ...
Smith* MuRae	
H. A. Kins ft Co 	
R.F.Pctrle	
C. S.Morris	
John W. Graham ft Co	
Francis ft Milne	
Thomas Walker	
O.T.Curtis	
Cascade Drug Co	
following places:
  .Rossland
 Nelson
 Nelson
.... Greenwood
 Qrcetiwood
 Grand Forks
 Columbia
.Spokane, Wash.
 Cascade
Casoade
 Cascade
  Cascade
FIRE PROTECTION.
Within 48 hours, during the last
week, there were three insipient
fires in Cascade. Either of these
might have resulted in a general
and disastrous conflagration, had
they occurred at night. Two of
them took place within 24 hours in
one place, a barber shop, and were
the result of criminal negligence.
Within the last two or three
months, the fire wardens have
taken pains to caution many persons in regard to common protection against fire in the city. In
most cases it has heen taken in
good part and the suggestions acted
upon. In one case, however, a
certain man flatly declined to
accede to their request. For the
benefit of such persons a perusal of
the act respecting the duties of fire
wardens, and also the penalty provided for refusing to obey their instructions, will prove instructive.
Here it is in full :
Section 8 provides that the fire
wardens, or a majority of them,
shall have the following powers :���
a. To visit and inspect, at all
reasonable hours, all buildings in
the town or its vicinity.
b. To direct and regulate in the
town or its vicinity, the position of
stoves, fire places or furnaces, chimneys, stove-pipes and smoke-stacks,
and the removal, change or alteration of the same, or any of them,
or the position or condition of them,
or any of them and further direct
that anything shall be done by
way of precaution to avert fire.
c. Generally to take such steps
for the prevention of fire in the
town, or to check its spreading as
they may think fit.
Any person refusing to obey the
directions of the Fire Wardens shall
he liable to a penalty not exceeding
$50.00.
It is true that Cascade 'is in a
most defenceless conditions in regard to facilities for fighting fire.
We have not even the simplest implements for this purpose. An
effort is now being made by the
fire wardens, by means of a ball, to
raise funds for this purpose. Every
business man in Cascade should
help the cause���and thus help himself���by securing a ticket for next
Monday. At best, we will be at a
disadvantage regarding fire risks.
Let us reduce that danger as much
as possible by a common effort,
and the man who declines should
he dealt with according to law.
at the present session of the Dominion parliament, and at once there
is a howl fiom his political opponents, even though the provisions of
the measure are as yet unknown.Out
here in British Columbia it is high
time that a new distribution of our
seats in parliament was made.
Especially is this the case in this
part of the province. While the
British North America Act provides for redistribution after each
decennial census, there is nothing
to prevent such a step heing taken
as often as seems advisable. It is
certainly advisable now in this
part of the Dominion.
There is a deal of common sense
in the following from the Victoria
Colonist: " Mr. Bostock wants the
railways to issue passes to members
of parliament and senators. Mr.
Bostock as a multi-newspaper proprietor ought to be able to get all
the passes he wants. But speaking
seriouply, it would be well to have
the issue of passes, which is a
pretty general thing now, made
compulsory, for in that way it
would take from them the appearance of being a favor extended by
the railways. Either let this be
done, or let members be forbidden
to accept passes."
Mine owners and mine workers
are "kicking" vigorously on account of the recent passage of a
law which limits the hours of employment of miners under ground
to eight hours per shift. One class
does not like it because a reduction
of wages may bring strikes, and
the other objects because it will
surely bring lower wages. One big
Slocan mine owner terms it
"asinine legislation."
from being classed as excellent. In
many cases the penny-wise-pound-
foolish policy seems to prevail in
the conduct of the departments.
There is a wide difference between
economy and parsimony.
The Toronto World is giving
considerable space to British Columbia mining matters, especially
to the Boundary section. It is
evident that a man who understands his business is at the head
of the mining department of that
paper. 	
Exit K. ff. Bellairs, the eccentric
editor of the late defunct Rossland
Times. He is now telling his
troubles to the Spokane newspaper
people, who seem to enjoy the
humor of the case more than the
gentleman of the lower case middle
name does himself.
The ringing of the fire alarm in
this city twice on Sundays hereafter should not unduly alarm our
people. It is intended only as a
summons to church services���a
Bort of fire escape, as it were.
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You'll he happy and grow fat if
you follow the crowd and eat at
the Columbia Dining Parlor.
Church Service
Divine service will be conducted by Rev. Joseph
McCoy, M. A. tomorrow (Sunday) at 11 a.m. and
7:80 p.m., Standard Time, in the school-house,
Sabbath school at 2:80 p.m. In the same place
All are cordially tuvtted to attend
I ADVERTISING HINTS |
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An Irishman, Terrance Ryan,
waB murdered in Cranbrook in
cold blood last Monday. If the
attorney-general's department is
no quicker in getting action in the
matter to ferret out the perpetrator, than in the case of Donato
Cassato, near Cascade, the murderer will be able to wander
through many a foreign clime before being apprehended.
Sir Wilfred Laurier has promised
to bring down a redistribution bill I government, and some that are far
P. T. Barnum used to say that
the people liked to be humbugged,
and now it transpires the long hei-
alded Keely motor���the plan for
getting perpetual motion���is undoubtedly a fake and a swindle.
Some sage Lyis remarked rather
inelegantly that " a sucker is born
every minute." Verily, it seemeth
so.
It is now asserted that the Filipinos had been preparing to fight
for many moons before the present
conflict with the Americans began.
The belief is being ripened into a
certainty that the struggle will be
a long and sanguinary one.
Many excellent measures are .to
the credit of the present provincial
There is nothing in the known
world that possesses any claim to
being an article of commerce that
may not be successfully advertised.
Two small concerns in Cascade
went out of business during the
last week. It is a curious fact that
none of them were advertisers in
the Record.
The smaller the supply of ammunition, the more careful the aim
should be. The successful advertiser measures his field and counts
his means at the same time, and
sets a pace he will not have to
slacken.
The principals of all businesses
are much alike, whether the business be that of running a hotel, or
a railroad or a store. The first
essential is good goods, the second
is good management and the third
good advertising.
The average merchant will get
angry if you tell him you don't
believe there are any good reasons
why people should patronize him
in preference to his competitors.
Thus aroused, he will pour out
reasons���good reasons, too���enough
to fill a hook. But it rarely occurs
to the average merchant to give the
public those reasons in his advertising. He dosen't seem to realize
that such is the best sort of advertising���the only sort of advertising
that is real advertising.���Ex.
Cascade
Drug Co.
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Uut few Drug Stores in the Boundary have
as large rfiid varied an assortment of goods in
our line as can be found here.
School Books,
of all kinds. We can
supply all wants. We
have Readers, Spellers,
Arithmetics, Geographies, Etc. Parents;
should look over our
stock*
Everything can be
had here that should
be in a first class Drug
Store.   Call and see.   ;
A competent pharmacist Is always on hand I
to fill prescriptions, which will be accurately
compounded.
Bring or Bend your orders to us for Stationery, Blank Books, Playing Cards, Etc. We
carry full lines, and cm fill orders promptly.
Jos. Schaich, Mgr.
Cascade, B. C.
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Mining and
Commission
Brokers.
Collections Made and
Commissions of All
Kinds  Executed. . . .
Time Checks Cashed.
MAIN ST., CASCADE, B.C.
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Prospectors' Supplies.
In the past we have been headquarters for supplies of all kinds for men going out into the
hills. We know just what they want and how
to put it up to the best advantage. Come and
see us when you want Tents, Blankets, or anything in the "grub" or outfit line. Our stock is
complete and prices as low as the lowest.
The Pioneer Store,
Cascade, B.C. W. M. WOLVERTON, Mgr.
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April 1, It
THE CASCADE RECORD
5
{ BY THE WAYSIDE   |
It is said by those who have been
on the ground that the wild-catter
is beginning to get in his deadly
work in Camp McKinney. If this
is so, it is the beginning of this
nefarious business in this great
mineral section, and it should be
sat down upon by the investing
public in its insipiency. Camp
McKinney is too good a camp, and
has too many properties of undoubted merit, to get a black eye
in this most reprehensible manner.
It may be necessary, as some think,
that all mining camps should go
through an experience with the
wily wildcatter ; if so, the remedy
cannot be applied too soon.
;" I tell you," said a mining man
of ex perience to j a' Record repre-
sentalive this week, "the Burnt
Basin will, he the scene of no small
;rush this year. I know of a num-
'her of properties that will be
worked as soon as they can. be
gotten at, and a large number of
prospectors who have had many
years experience in this country are
also getting ready to explore the
Basin. Should the values found
on the surface increase or even
hold their own with depth, it is
likely to attract as much attention
as the Buffalo Hump in. Idaho is
now doing. Mark my words. The
Burnt  Basin  will   be  a cracker-
jack, and that before many years,
too."
A project is now being considered
by which the distance from Cascade to Bossburg will be reduced 8
or 10 miles. It is stated that a
ferry over the Kettle river at
Bowen's ranch, a mile or two from
Cascade, to connect with a cut-off
from Hall's, would shorten that
part of the road two or three miles,
the grades would be eazy, with
almost no hills to climb, and the
worst part of the whole road
avoided. Then, if the Stevens
county commissioners build a road
hy way,of Flat creek and Pierre
lake, as reported it would be another big saving of distance. It is
to be hoped that both of these projects will be successfully carried
out at an early date, for there is
likely to be considerable traffic
over the road until a railway is
built.: (With the great, number of
teams needed tn haul merchandise
into the Boundary country for the
next few months, such a plan could
undoubtedly be made to be an exceeding profitable undertaking.
J. T. Wilkinson, the well known
correspondent who represents the
Province newspaper of Vancouver,
has been "doing" the Boundary,
and this week was in. Cascade.
Several of his breezy letters from
this section have already appeared
in Mr. Bostock's coast daily and
thev make interesting reading. "J.
T.," as he is- called, does not rush
through a district like an engine at
forced draught, but takes his lime,
visits the mines and other resources, and thus gets a good idea
of the prevailing conditions.
Having been a resident of British
Columbia for 15 years, and having
travelled up and down the mining
section for eight years, Mr. Wilkinson is pretty well at home wherever he goes. His first trip through
the Boundary and Kettle river
country was by way of the Dewd-
ney trail, and was long before
Cascade, Grand Forks or Greenwood had places on the map. Of
course, he expresses agreeable surprise at the progress made, and
predicts all sorts of a rosy future
for this section. Having crossed
the continent 21 times, been thrown
in contact with all sorts and conditions of men, been at the birth
and death of numerous and sundry
booms, Mr. Wilkinson is capable
of judging tn better advantage than
most men. Consequently his
opinions are worth more. Long
may you wave, "J. T." Come
again.
Bert Harris, well known in Spokane, and who runs a saloon at
Republic, while attempting tn put
on his overcoat on the stage from
Grand Forks lart. Monday, was
thrown out and tbe wheels of the
vehicle ran over his stomach and
arm. Fortunately, no serious
damage was donef so far as can re
learned.
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We have a little story to
tell you about Brushes.
If you need anything in
this line, of almost any
kind, call around and
look over our stock.
Hair Brushes
Clothes "
Shoe 1
Stove
Scrub
Sink
Tooth
Shaving "
Whisks
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Fibbt Avr., Cascadk, B.C.|*
CASCADE,
The coming Comiriercial, Industrial and Mining Centre of Bast Yale.
The Gateway City
Of the Kettle River, Boundary
Creek and Christina Lake Countries.
A Magnificent Water Power  of 20,000 Horse Power.
The center of
a   marvellously p
RICH   MINERAL   DISTRICT.
A most promising opportunity for business
locations and realty investments.
A most advantageous smelter
location and railroad center. One
mile from Christina Lake, the
For further
information,
price of lots,
etc., address,
PLAN
Cascade City
adAic. aoarr.. i inch
GEO. K. STOCKER, Townsite Agent, Cascade, B. C.      Or L. A. HAMILTON, Land Com. C. P. R., Winnipeg, Man. 6
THE CASCADE RECORD
April 1, II
IN  AND AROUND CASCADE.
Lot M. Livingston, of Brooklyn,
was in Cascade on Tuesday.
Columbia is to have a branch
shop of P. Burns <fe Co. shortly.
Be sure and get your Easter dinner at the Columbia Dining Parlor.
The wagon road between Cascade
and Grand Forks is dusty in many
places.
C. W. White, formerly of Kam-
loops, has received the appointment
of postmaster at Grand Forks.
Frank Hutchinson has returned
from Grand Forks, where he placed
a considerable amount of Elmore
stock.
Our namesake at Republic, the
Record, has enlarged to eight pages,
and shows many evidences of prosperity.
G. A. Eastman returned from
Greenwood Monday evening, and
will soon leave for a trip to eastern
Canada.
Numerous applications are being
made to the Greenwood City council by various corporations for
privileges.
A case occurred this week where
a Cascade man was forced to pay
2 12 cents per pound to get a shipment from Marcus.
Duke. Cameron, formerly of
Brooklyn, has shaken the dust from
that deserted village and is now in
the Boundary country.
Rev. John Munro, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at
Brooklyn, has been stationed at
Golden, in East Kootenay.
The stage line from Grand
Forks, via Niagara, to Greenwood,
has discontinued trips for the present, owing to the bad roads.
It is expected that next week the
steamers Rossland and Minto will
resume their regular runs on the
Columbia river route, when the
old time schedule will be in force
once more.
George H. Williams, travelling
agent of the Great Northern Railway, who has been securing business in the Boundary country for
his line, was in the Gateway City
last Monday.
i S. R. Reid, owner of a large number of valuable mineral properties
jn this section, especially in the
Christina Lake and Burnt Basin
titled to a more prompt delivery
of their mail and steps should be
taken at once so that simple justice
in this matter should be accorded
them.���RoBsland Miner.
camps, started   last
ay   for
Buffalo Hump, the Scene of the
latest gold discoveries, down in the
state of Idaho.
RK1HT YOU ARE, BROTHERS.
Some Kicks front Rotiland and Nelson re.
oar', Mill Service.
I The mail Service between Rossland aiid.points in the Boundary
CreekJ cnuntry has been in a
wretched condition for the past
three months, It takes four, five
and even six days for letters to
reach! O/reenwood from this city.
Passengers cjan traverse the distance between these two places, by
train arid stage, in a day and a
half, and letters should make the
same time. The delay in the carriage of letters, it is said, takes
place after the mail leaves the railway. The postal authorities should
look into this matter, ascertain the
cause of the delay and- remedy it.
The ^Boundary Creek country is too
important a section of the country
to he neglected by the postal authorities.     The people there are en-
The mail facilities in Kootenay
were never good, for some reason
It takes letters eight dayj to go
from Nelson to Kokanee Creek, a
distance of 12$ miles.��� Nelson
Tribune.      '
Nothing succeeds like success.
This explains why so many board
at the Columbia Dining Parlor,
Club Hotel
QUINLIVAN & ROSS,
Proprietors,
A good meal, a g>*>d-room, ?.;.
or a good drink can lie had '
at the Club Hotel. ("
FIRST AVE., CASCADE. CljV.
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Wagon repairing niid general
blacksmitbing promptly
attend
HORSE-SHOEING A Specialty.
Manchard   &   Moore
2nd Avenue, Cascade.
Is Your
Watch
Sick?
If so, bring it to us and
we will give it* dose that
is warranted to cure. We
are expert watch:; and
clock doctors, and the
timepiece has yet to be
made that we cannot benefit with our medjcine.
Old Jewelry cteanedfree
of charge.   Bring it in.
Next door Juihe;
KNOX*
nor MJhe;
Drug Store, Cascade, B.C,
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TRY
 FOR	
White Shirts, Collars, Ties,
Underwear, Sox, Hats, Shoes, |
Rubbers, Pants, Suits. ffl
.Jumpers, Overalls;, Braces, ~
Blankets, Tents, Belts, Handkerchiefs.
Towels, Ladies' Vests and n
Ladies' Rubbers. '"
Just Received: ���
Pine and Coarse Gloves and
Cooks' Aprons.
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Real Estate,
Mines and Stocks.
���ChJSart.
GAUNCE & WICKWIRE,
,.    G BEEN WOOD, B.'Ci' I
Qentiine Bargains can now
be had at this Stor��. The
Great Clearing-Sale is still on,
and we are closing out!at cost.
Everything jpes; no Reserve.
Greatest opportunity ever offered in Cas<%de. Doi't miss
it.   The chanct of a lifetiim
...CALL 6ft...     :
Opposite the Post-Office,
Next Door to Drug Store,
CASCADE,
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:ol V)  ���   tvA April 1. 1899
THE CASCADE RECORD
NEXT  MONDAY'S  BALL.
Proceeds to be Used lor Securing Suitable
Fire Apparatus.
A great deal of interest is being
taken in the ball to lie given next
Monday evening at tbe Cascade
Auditorium, and there is now certain to be a big turn out when the
grand march begins, promptly at
9:30 as advertised.
The dunce is being given (or the
purpose of raising funds to enable
the fire wardens of Cascade to purchase the most necessary of implements for fighting fire, if one should
unfortunately occur here. The
citizens generally are taking hold
of tbe matter, and the tickets, at
one dollar eiich, should meet with
a ready sale for so worthy a purpose. The following committees
will have entire charge of the
affair, and will see that every one
who attends has a good time :
Committee on arrangements.���G.
K. Stocker, C. H. Thomas. J H.
Earle, Stanley Mayall, W. B. Will-
cox, Julius Black, Oscar Stenstrom,
S. F. Quinlivan, W. M. Wolverton,
T. F. Gaine and C. J. Eok��torm.
Committee on reception.���W. A.
Milne, S. A. Crowell, J. A. Cumberland, J. G Rives, E. A. Smith,
Alex. McDonald and 0. Bampfield.
Floor managers.���W. Lynch, P.
J. O'Reilly, John Row and J.
Graber.
The floor managers have provided a neat program, and the best
music obtainable will be on hand.
No one should miss this event.
Spokane Palls &
Northern System.
Kelson and Fort Sheppard Hj. Co,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The direct and only All-Hail Route
between  the   Kootenay   District
��� AND AM,���
British Columbia Points,
Pacific Coast Points,
lJuget Sound Points;
Eastern Canada and United States.
���Connects ut Spokane with���
GREAT NORTHURN RY.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
0. R. R. & NAY. CO.
Mitps furnished tickets sold and InforiiiHtloii
given hy local und uoiinecliujj line ticket itgents.
Pimscnuers for Kettle River ��nd Boundary
creek connect at Marcus and Uossburn with
s;ai!f* daily.
C. G. DIXON, G. P. &T. A.,
Spokane. Wash
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
W. H. Grant, auditor for P.
Burns & Co., who has been visiting
the different branches in the
Boundary, and Blake Wilson, of
the firm, were in Cascade early in
the week.
H. W. Kent, manager of the
Vernon & Nelson Telephone Co,
was in Cascade a few days ago, and
renewed acquaintance with several
of his old Peterborough friends, in-
eluding W. H. Cooper and Tom
and Jim Delaney.
John B. Donald, one of the contractors for the new telephone line,
was in Cascade this week, and
says good progress is being made
in the delivery of the poles. Half
of those to be used between Midway
and Camp McKinney are now on
the ground.
At one time recently there were
seven broken down wagons between
Cascade, and Bossburg at
one point. It is reported that 67
cars of freight, destined for the
Boundary country are at Bossburg.
H. Bolster is quoted by the Spokesman-Review as Haying that there
are 275 teams freighting on the
road.
Canadian Facile
RAILWAY and
S00 PACIFIC
LINE.
Is the Shortest, Quickest and Best
Route to theOoiiHi, China. Japiiii
ami Australia, and to all Fat-tern
and European points.
Tickets issued through and baggage checked through to (lestiiiiV
lion.
W.F.Anderson,      E.J.Coyi.e,
Trav.Pass.Asient,     Dist.Pass.Agl.
Nelson, B;C.     Vancoiiver.B C.
Hutch ins &
Wingard
Ate now located in Bossburg
with ten '-four-horse teams, and
are prepared to deliver ftei��ht
in Cascade, Grand Forks and
Greenwood on SHORT NOTICE.
Orders received by Telephone,
and prompt delivery guaranteed.
O'TOOLE'S MAP
���OF THE ���
Great Christina Lake anil Sheep Creek
Mining Districts.
Mailed to any address on receipt
of price, $1 50.
J. M. O'TOOLE.
Box 2(>7, Rossland, B. C.
0. S. Morris, Mgr. Fred Wiiitakkr, See'y and Treas.
F. Rogkiis, General Sup't.
Wm   LI!
&V      VVI,
Daily from Bossburg and Marcus to Cascade,
Grand Forks, Columbia, Greenwood City,
Anaconda, Boundary Falls, Midway, and All
Points on Colville Reservation.
Stage leaves Marcus on  arrival  of  Northbound  Train.    Passengers
from Kootenay points make connectionsrat Bossburg going and coming.
Y.M0MIER&C0.
WHOLESALE
1 ��iquors, ^)ines anb (jSars-1
Wh A specialty made of Imported Goods. Glassware and bar
Mb Supplies Always on Hand.    Sole Agents for
Kjj% Pabst's Milwaukee Beer.
X MAIN STREET,        -                                CASCADE, B. C.
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D. D. FERGUSON,.
Doors, Sash and all
Kinds of Glass.
CASCADE CITY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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ROMA ttOTErL,
Corner First Ave. and Main St., Cascadk City, B. C.
This New Hotel is now opened and prepared for business.
You are cordially invited to call and see us. It matters
not whether your pockets are full or empty; drop iu anyway.
Of course, we have everything needful in the liquid line.
<^~G. DEVON, Prop.
1 iYlZT 1 tLZZ W*iW and growing
Boundary Country can be had in a concise and readable form
by reading the Cascade Record every week. Send along your
two dollar bill and keep posted on the greatest mining district
in British Columbia.   Address, The Record, Cascade,B.C.
"GLADSTONE, B. C
This new Stopping Place, just completed and opened to the
public, is most conveniently located^ Jim Ennis and
Tom Flyun, the proprietors, are old hands at catering to
the Railroad and Travelling trade. They will treat you
right, inwardly or outwardly.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor.
HOTEL GLADSTONE
Situated at tbe new town of Gladstone, near the Burnt
Basin Mining Region and only 18 miles from Cascade; 10
miles from Christina Lake. One of the nest hotel buildings between Cascade and Brooklyn. Good Livery Stable
in connection.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.^*
JOHN DORSEY, Proprietor.
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THE CASCADE RECORD
April 1, ISM
VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER, K. C.
LONDON, ENGLAND.
, BEETON & CO.,
Wholesale Herchants
Liquors, ��Cigars, �� Dry �� Goods,
flackinaws, Rubbers,
BLANKETS,   GLOVES  AND MITTS,  BOOTS,  ETC,   ETC.
Catalogues sent on application.   Kootenay Branch:   NELSON.
THE CASCADE  SAWMILL CO.
A large stock of Rough
and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, flouldings, Etc
LYNCH & EARLE, Props.
FINE WINES, PURE LIQUORS,
CHOICE CIGARS
Pure Goods for Medici-
First Avenue
Opp. CUSTOM HOUSE
^QSCQOC,   ^Q. y^.     Oscar Stknstrom, Mgr.
JOB  PRINTING
Neat, Clean, Attractive Work turned out at Fair
Prices.   Send or bring your orders to the Record.
GAINE & ROY
tfte IJuhon $tore,
Wholesale Dealers in
>fc fines, Liquors and Cp.<
All Kinds of General Men's Furnishings at Retail.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
I ALL OVER THE PROVINCE |
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Gold has been found in British
Columbia ten iwiles from Skagway.
Revelstoke Odd Fellows have
decided to build a hall.
An effort is being made to form
a Kootenay league of baseball
clubs.
The Nelson eity council is figuring on paving the principal business street.
The new Dominion Athletic Club,
of Rossland, starts out with a
membership of 160.
F. McCarty has heen chosen as
the first mayor of Revelstoke. The
voters list contained 443 names.
The business men of both Fernie
and Moyie have shown their enterprise by organizing boards of trade.
W. P. Robinson has been succeeded in his office as Sheriff of
South Kooteni y by S. P. Tuck, of
Kaslo.
The Nelson Tribune says there is
a kick in that town against the
prominent location of the " houses
of joy."
Cranbronk will celebrate from
July 1st to 4th this year, and has
invited the people of Southeast
Kootenay to join in the festivities.
The Chinese in Victoria have of
late been endeavoring to put letters
and postal cards in the fire alarm
boxes. Thi* results in turning in
false alarms, much to the discomfort if the firemen and the uneasiness of the citizens.
Two Smelters Sure
Smelting facilities seem assured
t'.i the Boundary district before the
year is out It is generally understood that the Ironsides and Knob
Hill companies have purchased
the necessary ground and will commence the erection of a complete
smelting plant at Carson very
shortly and also that Cascade has
heen definitely decided upon as
the location of the C. P. R. reduction works, This should b\Vood
news to the entire Boundary
section.���Grand Forks Miner.  ,
COLUMBIA
CABLE PERRY
(lowkk ferry)
At Bossburg,Wash.
LARGE
STRONG
SAFE
E. B. SUMMY & CO., Props.
Telephone lis if you  want to cross
the river late at night.
II i.C. UiEKT
Second Avenue,
Cascade, B.C...
FRED GRIBI, Prop.
Branch at the B. C. Store on
Main Street, and at the Post
Office on First Avenue.
Palace ��i��ery #arn
H
Up to Date Livery.
Saddle Horses Furnished
ON SHORT NOTICE.
TYGHE & McKELLARProps
CASCADE, B. C.

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