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THE CASCADE RECORD
Published In the Interests of the Boundary and Christina Lake   Mining Districts
Vol. I.
CASCADE, B. C, APRIL 15, 1899.
No. 23.
SHALL CASCADE CELEBRATE MAY 24.
Mat! Mettlog Called for This Evening - Will
Probably Organlie.
During the Inst week a good deal
of favorable talk has been heard in
Cascade in regard to celebrating
the Queen's birthday. In nearly
every case noted it seems to have
been the opinion that we could
have the best kind of a celebration
here. This sentiment has crystallized, and a number of llinse interested have arranged for a public
meeting to be held tonight in the
Cascade Auditorium to consider the
mutter and take action at once.
As there is already such a unanimity of opinion on the subject, it is
altogether probable that an organization will be perfected and officers and committees named to
carry it through. Therefore every
business man in the city should
make it his business to be present
at the mass meeting tonight at 8.30
o'clock.
Those who have looked into it
say that we can have a big celebration, with a brass band and a long
list of attractive sports having substantial cash prizes hungup. As
none of the neighboring tewns
have arranged for observing the
day their residents will hespecially
invited and heartily welcomed to
Cascade on May 24th.
tferter Mail Service Probable.
The following dispatch, published iu yesterday's Spokesman-Review, indicates that mail will hereafter come through with less delay:
Washington, D. C, April 13.���
The postmaster-general has ordered
the immediate discontinuance of
the exchange of mails between
Marcus, Wash., and Trail Creek,
Robson and Nelson, and in lieu
thereof has established a restricted
exchange of unregistered mail matter only between Bosshuri, Wash.,
and Cascade and Grand Forks,B.C.
Mail for Grand Forks, will include
all that for Camp McKinney, Rock
Creek, Midway, Greenwood and
Boundary Falls. Mail for all those
British Columbia points goes to
Cascade.
Horace Dagan has heen disappointed in n<>t receiving his machine forgiving his improved moving picture show. He expects to
be ready some ' time next week
without fail.
W. 0. Goodsell, formerly in the
employ of the Cascade Drug Co.,
bas purchased a stock in Spokane,
and will open a drug store in
Greenwood. He was in Cascade
this week, en route to Bossburg to
hunt up his freight.
A black bear was treed by a
freighter about a mile from town,
on the Bossburg road, last Thursday. The Record man is informed
that Mr. Bruin fairly chuckled
with glee when he noted that the
freighter had neither axe nor gun.
In the Mining Field
he snow has not yet melted
sufficiently, in elevated localities
where trails were not kept open
throughout the winter, to permit
of much packing in of supplies and
beginning development operations.
Nevertheless, preparations for the
summer's work go steadily forward
among those owning promising
mineral claims in this vicinity. It
now appears as though the season's
development, in tbe aggregate,
would far exceed all previous estimates. Scaicely a day passes that
somt outfit does not start out.
This last week has seen two outfits rtnrt for the Burnt Basin. The
first of these was the party that
will exploit the Mother Lode group,
Mike Shick's famous free gold
properties, in' which T, Mayne
Daly is interested. They outfitted
in Cascade, and have sufficient in
the treasury for a long season of
work. It is expected to double the
jiresent force of five men in a short
time.
A force of four men was also
equipped this week and sent to the
Ennismore claim, another Burnt
Basin property well spoken of. It
was recently acquired by the Avor,'
Mining & Milling Co.,Ltd.,of Rossland. This corporation hi s $3,000
now in the treasury to operate
with, and will proceed to use it lo
the best advantage.
Wm. Forrest, of Gladstone, is in
Rossland this week, to attend the
annual meeting of the John Bull
Mines, Ltd. This company continues steadily at work on the John
Bull, and the stockholders are becoming daily more and more convinced that they have a most valuable property. Five crosscuts
have been made, and solid ore encountered that maintains the name
relative values found on the Bur-
face, where the gold and copper as
says ran from $5 to $47. From top
to bottom of the crosscuts is about
75 feet, and the values are largely
in copper. The tunnel has been
run in over 20 feet, and will be
continued to 75 feet to the junction
of the two ledges. Work is bein^"
prosecuted with all the force that
can be used to advantage.
Charles WiUarson was down yesterday from the Mystery group in
the Burnt Basin, where he and his
partner, Pete Johnson, aredoingde
velopment, and informed the Rec
ord man that the development thus
far is most satisfactory to the owner...
K. P. Matheson and George Cameron are steadily driving the tunnel on the Paragon, one of the Gt.
Western group, situated directly
east of Cascade, across Kettle river.
They are driving to crosscut the
ledge, the tunnel now being in some
70 feet.
Close to the Gt. Western group,
also on Castle mountain, is the
Wigwam, from which a magnificent
block of copper ore was brought
down this week  by Frank  Bailey.
Next week a force of four men will
be put to work on the property,
and a tunnel will be started to tap
the ledge at a considerable depth
But very little development has
been done on Castle mountain
claims, and it begins to look as
though the predictions of old-timers
would be fulfilled.
D. C. Beach took up supplies to
the Victoria group, this week, at
McRae Landing. He will do the
first work on the Rose claim, and
a little later expects to start the
300-foot tnnnel to tap the ledge on
the Victoria.
Harry Dent' n . ml i>. C. Chezum
this week purchased from George
Cameron the Susie mineral claim,
situated about one mile west of
Cascade. Surface assays show from
$1S to $40 in gold and copper. The
new owners intend developing the
property at once.
Frank Hutchinson has been trying to get up to the Chamberlain
group, on McRae creek, but the
snow was too deep to pack in supplies, so he returned to town.
Placer Gold at Greenwood.
A report from Greenwood is to
the effect that last Monday there
was considerable excitement there
over the alleged discovery of placer
gold on a portion of the townsite,
caused by the opening of the new
channel for Boundary creek. There
was soon a small sized forest of
stakes on the ground. Some 40
locations were made, but a breathless public is still waiting for tangible results.
Gone for His Family.
Harvey Harris, the genial representative of P. Burns & Co., in
Cascade, started on Wednesday
morning for Cceur D'Alene city,
Idaho, to get his family. He will
be back in a few days and, will go
to housekeeping at once.
While Mr Harris is away H.
Stoecke will be in charge of the
Cascade shop. Hr. Stoecke has
conducted shops at Slocan City,
New Denver and Brooklyn, and
now has one in the booming mining town of Camp McKinney.
John Dorsey, of Gladstone, was
in town yesterday.
John Lyngholm spent a few days
in Rossland this week.
Constable Darraugh has heen
presenting revenue tax receipts to
many this week.
D. W. Morgan,of Rossland, partner of Victor Monnier, was in Cascade last Thursday.
George R. Naden and wife, of
Greenwood, were guests at the
Hotel Cascade yesterday.
A large number of young people
enjoyed an impromptu dance at
the Auditorium last evening.
A "friend of the widows and or-
phans,"-C. W. Vedder, of Spokane, representing the Equitable
Life���waB in town this week.
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
Collector Rose has received a new
flag from the customs department
al Ottawa, and it now adorns the
flagstaff during office hours.
Miss Rhoda Stewart, who has
been visiting Mrs. Paul Rochussen,
went to Greenwood last Monday,
where her two brothers reside.
There is an excellent opening in
Cascadefor a first class dressmaker.
The right one will find a good business waiting.
Another cottage for the townsite
company is being put up by Contractor Ferguson. It has been
rented by J. W. Stewart.
Mr. McAuley, one of the proprietors of the old-established Midway hotel, stopped in Cascade on
Wednesday, on his return from
Rossland and Spokane.
Some tests of the excellent clay
to be found in Cascade, are under
way this week, and probably several thousand brick will be made
up in the course of the tests.
Prof. R. M. Mobius, the hypnotist will give an entertainment this
evening in the Cascade Auditorium.
It will take place immediately following the meeting of citizens to be
held there tonight.
Owing to completion of work in
their immediate vicinity, the
Mountain House, Summit House,
Half Way House and Peterson's
Hotel, between Brooklyn and Cascade, have all closed up.
Danville, Wash., formerly called
Nelson, just across the line from
Carson, is said to be growing
rapidly. The new name is taken
from that of one of the promoters,
Dan Drumheller, of Spokane.
J. Ed. Beaton, of the paymaster's
office, received a letter from Manila
this week, from George CreerBr, a
Spokane volunteer in the American
army, who tells of the lively times
experienced by the boys in blue
among the Filipinos.
S. W. Meek, of the paymaster's
office, who went to Spokane a few
weeks since, was treated successfully for appendicitis, and has accepted another position with Foley
Bros. <fe Larson on theGt. Northern
cut-off, at Trinidad, Wash.
L. Matheson is arranging to run
the steam yacht Myrtle B. down
Christina creek to the city as soon
as high water prevails. The bridge
at Moodyville, however, as this is a
navigable stream, will have to be
removed or raised several feet first.
W. H. Donnelly, of Port Huron,
Mich., father-in-law of F. A. Sinclair, of the custom house, arrived
last Sunday. Mrs. Sinclair and
child, who are visiting in Rossland,
will soon arrive to occupy the new
house now being prepared for them
in the Gateway City
It is said that an order is now
being made up for the timbers to
used on the big flume to be built
from the dam by the water power
company. In the neighborhood of
half a million feet will be required,
and it will be surfaced on three
sides. Local mills will doubtless
do the cutting. THE CASCADE RECORD
April 15. 1898
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
Grand Forks is to have a lawn
tennis club.
A light coat of the "beautiful"
fell on Tuesday.
The Redfield & Wilson saw mill,
At the lake, started up last week.
Greenwood is to have a first class
���opera house, to be built  by   F. W.
Hart.
Christina lake is still covered
with over a foot of ice, but it is
going fast.
Bicycles are a frequent sight on
the streets of Cascade, and there h>
talk of organizing a wheel club.
Camp McKinney is putting on
metropolitan airs���it will have a
weekly paper in the near future.
The new county of Ferry, of
���which Republic is tbe capital, has
sold $35,000 worth of bonds at par.
Stanley Mayall will start work
at once on the Round Tower claim,
adjoining the Victoria, at McRae
Landing.
Christina creek has been cleared
out, and as soon as high water
corner, small boats can be floated
right to Cascade.
Parties of prospectors and those
going out to do development and
asses-ment work, can be seen starting almost any day
Major W. H. Cooper returned oi
Sunday from a ?eveial  da_vs'  trip
to   Grand   Forks,   Columbia  and
���Greenwood.     He   will   remain in
Cascade.
On account of the prevalence of
measles and mumps among the
children at Grand Forks, there is
talk of closing the public school
for a time.
King Rees, the popular bookkeeper for P. Buriis & Co., has
decided to engage in the furniture
business with T. M. Gully, of
���Greenwood.
Stagg & Co. have completed
burning some 30,000 brick at the
lake. The quality is superior to
any heretofore used in Cascade.
Mr. St' gg has located a claim
���called the Stagg, on Moody creek.
Frank Rainey was run over by a
freight wagon several days ago
near Nelson, Wash. A few days
later it was found that his leg
wiuld have to be amputated, and
Dr. Smith, of Grand Forks, performed the operation.
Church Service
Divine service will be conducted by Kcv. Joseph
McCoy. M. A. tomorrow (Sunday) Htlln.m. and
7:90 p.m., Stnudard Time, In the school-house,
Snhliath school at 2:81 p.m. in the sumo place
All are cordially Invited to attend
Robbers Corralled at Republic.
Two of the men who robbed one
Bresser,a blacksmith at McLellan's
caiup, near Niagara, of $240, have
been apprehended at Republic, and
are now in the custody of Constable
Dinsmore at Grand Forks. The
names of the men are Theo. Faust
and Mark Sutherland, and one
Brault, of Niagara is also charged
with being implicated. The hearing before Justice McCallum was
scheduled to come Up yesterday at
the Forks. Faust, it is said,
escaped from the American authorities a year or more ago( while
being taken through British territory.
Sam Sing,
WASHING OF
ALL KINDS...
Laundry at rear of the Custom
House, First Ave.
Clothes called for and delivered.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
ASSESSMENT ACT AND PROVINCIAL
REVENUE TAX ACT.
Rock Creek Division of Yale District.
NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the
statutes that Provincial Revenue 'I ax and
all taxes levied under the Assessment Act, are
now due for the year 189V. All the above named
taxes collectible within the Rock Creek Division
of Yale District are puyable at my office at
Osoyoos, Yale District. Assessed taxes are collectible at the following rates, viz :
If |>aid on or before June 30th, 1899.
Tnrce-nfthi' of one per cent, on real properly.
Two and one-half per cent on assessed value of
wild laud.
One-half of one per cent on personal properly.
On so much of the income of any person as ex
ceeds one thousand dollars the following rates,
namely : Upon such excess of income when the
same is not more than ten thousand dollars, one
per cent, when such excess is over ten thousand
dollars, and not more than twenty 'thousand
dollars, one and one quarter of one per cent, when
such excess is over twenty thousand dollars one
and one half of one per cent.
If paid after 1st of July, 1899.
Pour- fifths of one per cent on real property.
Three per cent on the assessed value of wild
land.
Three fourths of one per cent on personal property.
On so much of the income of any person as
exceeds one thousand dot.are; the following rates
namely: Upon su h excess, when the same is n t
more than ten thousand dollars; one and one
quarter per cent, when such excess Is over ten
thousand dollars and less linn twenty thousand
dollars, oneond one hair of one per cent, when
such excess Is over t eniy thousand dollars one
and three quarters of one per cent.
Provincial Revenue lax fH.OO per capita.
('. A. If. I.AMIII.V,
Assessor and Collector.
Osoyoos, 13. C, I'Vlmary 34th, 1899.
BLACK'S
HOTEL...
BLACK BROS., Props.
Cor. of Main Street and First
Avenue [centre of town] ...
European Plan.     CASCADE, B. C.
Always Open. "=^5^
The Most
Popular Hotel
in the Entire
Boundary
District.
Favorite Stopping Place for
Mining Men
and
Commercial
Travellers.
Splendidly
Stocked Bar
in connection.
H:
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
Mercantile anil Mining Syndicate, Ltd. lij..
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.
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.
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.
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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*. it
April IS, ISM
THE CASCADE RECORD
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FOR NEW FREE MINERS' CERTIFICATES.
Will Make Thea All Expire oi May 31, 1*0.
Schedule of Fractloul Charges.
The current issue of the British
Columbia Gazette among other
matters contains the following announcement re acts to amend the
Mineral and Placer mining acts.
1899, made by the minister of
mines.
The following table will show
the scale of fees to be charged for
free miners' certificates covering
only a portion of the year:
Certificates issued between 1st
June and 18th June. $5; between
19th June and Kth July, $4 75;
between 7th and 24th of July,
$4.50 ; between 25th July and Uth
August, $4.25 ; between 12th and
30th August. $4 ; between 31st
August and 18th September,$3.75;
between 19th September and 7th
October, $3.50; between 8th and
26th October, $8.25 ; between 27th
October and Uth November. $3.00 ;
between 15th November and 2nd
December, $2.75 : between 3rd and
20th December, $2.50; between
2lst December and 7th January.
$2.25 ; between 8th and 25th January, $2 ; between 26th January and
12th February,$1.75 ; between 13th
February and 2nd March, $1.50 ;
between 3rd and 20th March, $1.25;
between 21st March and 7th April.
$1.00 ; hetween 8th and 25th April,
75 cents ; between 26th April arid
13th May, 50 cents ; between
and 31st May, 25 cents.
The dates are in  all
elusive, and the practica
that the licenses will  be
for every 18 or 19 days.
14th
cases in-
result is
25 cents
Valublle lafomutioa For Miners.
When William Burns lectured
in Cascade a couple of weeks ago,
on ''Chemistry and its Relation to
Mineralogy," he requested J. C.
Gwillim, of Rossland, an authority
on such subjects, to furnish a list
of the most practical text books on
blowpipe analysis and mineralogy.
Mr. Gwillim writes that by far the
best work is Brush's "Manual of
Determinative Mineralogy," cost
$3.50.    For a cheaper book he also
recommends ''Blowpipe Analysis,"
by J. Landauer, at $1. Both can
be had from the Scientific Publishing Co., 253 Broadway, New York.
This information will doubtless
be of value to those who wish to be
in a position to test their own samples while in the hills or at home.
The necessary chemicals can be
obtained of the Cascade Drug Co.
If you want to grow fat and good
looking you should hoard at the
Columbia Dining Parlor.
Notice.
Notion Is hereby Riven that I am not responsible
(or any d'drts contracted by H. Hepburn, who
recently conducted a bakery business In Caseade
City under the Arm name of Barry & Hepburn.
John M. Bakrt.
Brooklyn, B. C. March 14th. 18BB
Notice.
The Columbia and Western Railway Company
will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its
next session for an aot giving to the Company
authority to Issue flrst mortgage bonds to be a
charge on Its railway, including its main line and
branches, not exceeding thirty-five thousand
i ollars per mile thereof, and for other purposes
H. Cahpkll Oswald,
Secretary
Montreal. March 7.1899.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the Maps and
Plans, and Bonks of Reference of the Columbia
& Western Railway Branch Lines as follows have
been deposited in the Registry Office at Victoria,
as required by Sub-section 2, Section 10. of the
British Columbia Railway Act, and Section 135
of the Railway Aot of Canada.
Two branch lines from Urand Forks, B. C. to
Carson, B. C.
Branch line from Eholt Summit, to Summit,
Greenwood, Wellington and Whites Mining
Camps.
Branch line from Cascade City to International
Boundary.
Branch Hue from Cascade Cily 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 Deadwond Mining Camp.
Located line irom Midway, U C, to Rook
Creek, BO.
W.F. TTB.
Chief Engineer of Construction.
Trail, B. C, March 6th, 1890.
Certificate of Improvements.
Kliiohk and C'ohvuom mineral claims, situs'e
tn the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale
District.
where located:- On Shamrock Mountain, south
slope, about two and a half miles east of Christina
Lake.
Take notice that I, Smith Curtis, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 840WA for myself and a* agent for
Prank Hutuhinson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
81I7A and (or Frank Gue, b'ree Miner's Certificate No. 9888A. intend, sixty days from the dale
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a < town Grant of the above claims
And further take notice that action, under see
tion 87, must be commenced before the Issuance
of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Thirty first day of Derembe", 1808.
SMITH Curtis.
N. McLELLAN & CO.,
���WHOLESALK DEALERS IN-
Hay, Grain and Feed.
WILL DELIVER IN CAR LOTS TO ANY
PART OF  THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE, fl. C.
2k*%sKsK��U
YIOMIEMCO.
WHOLESALE
I ��iquoi��s, ^ines anb Qw6-1
A specialty made of Imported Goods. Glassware and bar
Supplies Always on Hand.    Sole Agents for
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer.
MAIN ST BEET,
CASCADE, B. C.
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Columbia Hotel
J. A. McMASTER & CO., Props.
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.
P. BURNS & CO.,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-
fresl] anb Cweb )ftfteats,
f isr) anb Oysters, give anb frresseb poultry
0T Meat* delivered at Mines Free of Charge,
Mall Orders Promptly Attended to.
Second Avenue, CASCADE CITY.
Shops at CASCADK CITY. QHAND FORKS, GREENWOOD and MIDWAY.
���    ����ti��iiaa����aa
t
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.
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Second Avenue, .
Cascade City. British Columbia.
The E. G. Thomason & Co., Sawmill
DEALERS IN
Bough and Dressed Lumber, Lath,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.
CASC* DE CITY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Central   Hotel
Mcdonald & flood, props.
Liquid Refreshments of All Kinds
iqi
id
and in the Choicest Qualities. . . .
First Class Sample Rooms in Connection.
FIRST AVENUE. CASCADE, B. C.
This House is the FavoriteReNort for Railway Men.
GOTO
JOHN LYNGHOLM, First Ave.,
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 THE CASCADE R��(?ORD
April 15. IHW
THE CASCADE RECORD
Published weekly at Cascade City. B. C, by
Wlllrox i, O'Reilly.
SUBSCHIPTIONH.
PerYear     J2.00
Six Months      I
To Foreign Countries     8.60
Advertising Rates Furnished on Application
The Record is on sale at the following places:
Simpson's Newstand  Rossland
Humphrey A Co., Nelson
Thompson  Stationery Co Nelson
Smith A McKae  .... Greenwood
H. A. King A Co  Greenwood
R. F. Petrie Grand Forks
0. S. Morris Columbia
John W.Graham* Co Spokane, Wash
Francis & Milne     Cascade
Thomas Walker  Cascade
O.T.Curtis Cascade
Cascade Drug Co      Cascade
SUB'REOISTRY OFFICE NEEDED.
There is hut one side to the question of whether Cascade should
have a sub-recording office or not.
The Christina lake district is one
of great extent, and in the territory
the records of which could be made
in the proponed new office, there
are upwards of 500 mineral locations. The majority of these are
situated over 25 miles from the
present recording office at Grand
Forks, and many are located 30
��nd 40 miles away. That prospectors and mining men should he
forced to travel 25 unnecessarily,
the round trip distance between
Cascade and Grand Forks, its
working a hardship on every man
who has interests in the section
referred to.
It should be changed, and owners
of mineral claims in the Christina
lake region should take steps to
secure the change as soon as possible by the honorable the minister
of mines. This section is gaining
in value and importance every
month, and should be afforded
ordinary facilities for the expeditious transaction of such business
as is usually done with mining recorders.
In making Cascade a sub-recording office, the government will be
put to hut very little additional
expense, as the work can ber done
by the provincial representative
now stationed here. In the past
such offices have been established
in other parts, where needed, and
have proved a great convenience to
the people. Cascade should have
this convenience, and the reports
could all be made to and go through
the Grand Forks office. If the proper representation is made to the
minister of mines, it is believed the
matter can be arranged.
A number of papers are conducting a campaign against the C.P.R.
that is anything but a credit to
the publishers. Legitimate criticism is always in order, when called
for, but the tirades appearing cannot be classed under that head. It
is apparent that other motives are
behind the well written articles appearing, but there are a few persons
left who do not believe in charging
a greater part of the evils of the
times to a single corporation.
The eight-hour law for miners,
which was supposed to. go into effect throughout the province on
April 1st, is the cause of no little
discussion in the Kootenays. A
committee of Slocan mine owners
went to Victoria In persuade the
minister of mines not to enforce it,
but in Rossland the act is being
complied with. There appears to
be some difference of opinion in regard to it, but the chances are that
it will prevail in a short time. No
trouble is yet reported from the
Boundary camps on account of the
new law.
Uncle Sam is to send more
soldiers to the Phillipines. Although Aguinaldo and his cohorts
may be whipped, they are far from
being submissive, and bid fair to
give any amount of trouble in the
jungles of Luzon, Mindanao and
other islands'of the group for some
time to come.
John Bull and Brother Johna-
than will not stand any fooling
over the Samoa question, and
Kaiser William is beginning to
find it out. The remarks to that
effect were punctuated with shells
from British and American warships, and their echo was heard
even at Berlin.
The government has appointed
lutth justices of the peace and stipendiary magistrates within the
last two weeks, but Cascade was
not oh' the list. If there is a town
needing both more, or deserving
them more, it is yet to he pointed
out. '"���'
It has been remarked that busy
Greenwood's mines are several
miles away from that town. This
can no longer be said, however, as
several placer claims were staked
out this week on the townsite, and
created some excitement.
Good old London has at last
succumbed to the inevitable and
now. has Sunday papers.^ It'ieVto
he hoped they will not.grow to the
size of the present! unwieldy olla
prodridas of journalism which are
so prevalent in the United States.
The Kootenay Mining Standard,
of Rossland, is preparing a special
edition which will contain views
from the Boundary. This ably
edited monthly is steadily growing
in favor and should be of great
benefit to the mining districts.
Miss Prosperity is making a prolonged visit to the. Boundary
country at present. There are
those optimistic enough to think
this desirable damsel will stay
right with us, and we are of that
kind.
There must be something1 Wrong,
for a whole week has passed and
not a single new smelter has been
built in the Boundary���even on
paper.
i ADVERTISING HINTS f
Keep your grip, and if you have
to let go once in a while, let it he
to take a better hold.
Tell the truth in your advertising. It is not always the most
effective, but it lives the longest,
and it wins in the end. ��� ����� > i
You save time if you first talk to
a customer through an advertisement, because you talk to him only
at a time when he is ready to listen.
The business does not exist, especially in small towns, that cannot be benefited by advertising. Of
course, it must be judiciously done.
It is the persevering man who
wins. One must get a hold and
not let go. He must not he discouraged if returns be not so large
at first.
Cascade
Drug Co.
i
Hut faw Drug Stores In the .Boundary have
as large and varied an assortment of goods in
out line as rain be found here.
r School Bqpks,
V
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Table of Distances From
CASCADE CITY.
MINING CAMPS
,;;;      '.: ���    MO.KB
MILKS
Bossburg     28
Sutherland creek.y... 8
Marcus              83
NORTH Bill! Nl)
Burnt Basin     16
Christina Lake          1
Central camp       .20
Giahnm's Perry.       8
Fisherman creek. ...21
Grand Forks 13
summit camp.        28
Columbia (Up.G.F.) 14
eattle camp 83
Niagara.          ......21
Volcanic Mt 26
Greenwood  ;..S1
Pathfinder Mt          28
Anaconda            ... 82
Boundary Kails ... 38
Wellington camp .. 24
Midway            .3V
Skylark camp 30
Providence camp .. 34
Hock Creek    52
Camp McKinney . .70
Deadwood camp .... 35
Okanagan Falls .. 112
Smith's camp ...      85
Long Luke camp .   39
HESKKVATKpN roiNTS
Copper vamp-:    ;...87
Nelson, Wash           19
Graham camp'...   .45
Curlew, W ash.       . 29
Klmberly Camp .. .88
Torodack., Wash...41
SOUTHBOUND
.' Ini   ) i.,.���-Si.... ���
Halls Ferry  T
Gladstone.         ... }8
Rock cut. :i0
.������Brooklyn:..'... , 4jB
For
Sate.
Offers for the purchast
Avenue South, Cascade
> of Lot 8, Block 5, First
31ty, are required by
:'    MACG'HBGOH i
iMCHARDB..
���'       ' Real Estate
Agents, Victoria, B.C.
Lost.
Bank of Montreal cheque, Nelson, cheque No.
24,SIX), Issued by Mann", Foley Bros. & Larson in
February to J. Adams, for the amount or 137.60.
Was lost tn Cascade on April 12th. Finder will
please leave at Record offl. e.
Hpu^e for Sale or Ren$.
Ci zy two room house, In central location, Tor
sale.ata birgaln, or will rent to the right parties,
Apply at Rceort office.
Notice.
Notice Is hep by gl en that the partnership
heretofore existing between us, us tie contractors,
lumber dealers aud saw. mill owners, in the prov
nice of British Columbia, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to the
said partnership are to be paid to Alexander and
John McPherson, who will continue to carry on
business, and all claims against the said partnership are to be presented to the said Alexander
and John McPherson.
Dated at Grand Forks, II. C, this Dili day of
April, A. D. 1899.
(Signed)
ALKX. McPHCRBON,
John McPhkhhon,
Per Alex McPherson.
John w. stout.
Witness:
W. B. Co/hranc.
solicitor, Grand Forks. B.C.
Hutch ins &
!     Wingard
vi'i Are now located in Bossburg
with ten four-horse teams, and
are prepared to deliver freight
in Cascade, Grand Forks and
Greenwood on SHORT NOTICE.
Orders received by Telephone,
and prompt delivery guaranteed.
of all kinds.   We can
silpply all wants.   We
Have Readers, Spellers, j
Arithmetics,    Geographies,   Etc.     Parentsj
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
.to.fill presctlptlpilj,iwliloh will he accurately
compounded. ���'"'�����.������
Bring or Bend your orders to us for Stationery. Blank Hooks, Playing Cards, Etc. We
carry full lines, and can fill orders promptly.
Jos. Schaich, Mgr.
Cascade, B.,0.
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Mining and
Commission
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a.-
'������"if:'
nrf.-i     Collections Made and
���I I.-: Commissions   of   All '
Kinds  Executed....
Time Checks Cashed.
if
MAIN ST., CASCADK, B.C.
CASCADE
BAKERY
0. W.GREEK, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Cakes and. Pastry of All Kinds Furnished on Shortest Notice.
Goods delivered to any' part of.
the city.'
Next door to the   *
B. 0. Restaurant..
8. C. RICHARDS, M.S.,
(Graduate of McUlll University.)
Government
Yieterinary
Inspector.
Stt..      Cascade, B.C..
BOB rt
April 15, 1800
THE CASCADE RECORD
BY THE WAYSIDE   ]:
uunutiutittwimitiw
Cascade ought to celebrate the
Queen's birthday, and do it in
right royal style. An effort has
been made this week to see if sufficient funds can be raised, and
there is no reason why the best
celebration ever held in the Boundary country should not take place
within hearing of the thundering
cascades of the Kettle river. There
are plenty of persons here who
have had experience in such matters, and many who are interested
in sports of all kinds. With such
timber to select from, there should
he no trouble in arranging a celebration of which we can all be
proud.
If the 24th of May is made a
gala day in Cascade, for many
miles in all directions the prospectors, miners and laboring men will
come and take in the day's festivities. With good music and a list
of sports with good cash prizes
hung up therefor, there will i��e
ample amusement for all, the day
winding up with a grand ball in
the evening. Every business man
in the city ���every resident, even-
should put his shoulder to the
wheel in this matter
Numerous stories���which bear
the stamp of truth���are going the
rounds, of the bad sanitary conditions prevailing in some towns in
the Boundary. In one place an
epidemic of typhoid fever, is predicted as soon as hot weather sets
in and begins to get in its deadly
work in ways too numerous to
mention. In Cascade there is no
danger from this cause, but just
the same care should be taken, now
that the snow is gone, to clean up
all alleys, streets and backyards.
A stitch in time saves nine, and it
is to be hoped that this little matter will receive prompt attention.
Some one has asked the Record
where the money comes from for
the $300 needed repairs, now being
done to the Kettle river wagon
bridge at Cascade. We give it up,
for Government Agent Norris stated
that no appropriation for Yale district was to be used near Cascade,
but that Gold Commissioner Kirk-
up, of Rossland, had charge of such
expenditures hereabouts. As a
matter of fact Constable Dinsmore,
of Grand Forks, ordered the work
done, and it is not difficult to guess
where he gets his orders.
We should be satisfied, perhaps,
that even as an emergency measure,
repairs of a semi-substantial character have been commenced on thi
long dilapidated structure at the
foot of the falls. Perhaps also, we
should not inquire too closely as
t > the whys and wherefores of the
order to begin repairs, but be
thankful for what the gods send
us All the same there are numerous citizens who like to know
about these things, and who are
entitled to the information.
Jack Stewart the superintendent
of construction on the new railway
feels confident that before the
month of June is gone the steel on
the new line will he laid into Cascade���wiseacres to the contrary
notwithstanding. The troubles of
merchants shipping goods to this
point will be over when that event j
taken place, although it must not
be supposed that freight shipments
will begin at once. It is probable
that it will take some little time
before mails, passengers and freight
are carried on the new line, and in
the meantime we will have to rely
on the route from here to Bossburg
and Marcus.
It is said that the stage company
objects to carrying the mails seven
times weekly on a contract that
only calls for a tri-weekly service.
This is not to be wondered at,
and when the small remuneration
is considered it is surprising that
any one would touch it. From
the annual report of the postmaster-
general, for the year ending June
30,"1898, G. W. Williams received
$1,036 50 for this work. This is
equal to $86 per month, or $3.32
per trip of 45 miles, from Marcus
to Grand Forks. Frequently the
mail matter will weigh over a ton
on one trip. Had the department
allowed fair pay for this service for
the last few months, doubtless it
would materially have assisted in
improving the Boundary mail service.
Club Hotel
QUINLIVAN & ROSS,
Proprietors.
*
A good meal, a good room,
or a good drink can be had
at the Club Hotel.
FIRST AVE., CASCAPE  CITY.
Blacksmithing.v.
MM.
Wagon repairing and general
blacksmithing promptly
attended  to.
HORSE-SHOEING A Specialty.
Blanchard   &   Moore
2nd Avenue, Cascade.
Is Your
Watch
Sick?
If so, bring it to us and
we will give it a 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 medicine.
flfat* Old Jewelry cleaned free
of charge.   Bring it in.
KNOX &DELANEY
Next door to tbe
Drug Store, Cascade, B.C.
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fiahaffy's
 FOR	
White Shirts, Collars, Ties,
Underwear, Sox, Hats, Shoes,
Rubbers, Pants, Suits.
Jumpers, Overalls, Braces,
Blankets, Tents, Belts, Handkerchiefs.
Towels, Ladies' Vests and
Ladies' Rubbers.
Just Received: ���
Pine and Coarse Gloves and
Cooks' Aprons.
...CALL ON...
MAHAFFY,
Opposite the Post-Office,
Next Door to Drug Store,
CASCADE, B. C.
KSSfi&dESXSXSJ1BXHK3K2KX
ROMA MOTEL,
COBNKK FlHST AVK. AND MAIN St., CASCADE ClTY, B. C.
This New Hotel is now opened and prepared for business.
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You are cordially invited to call and see us. It matters
not whether your pockets are full or empty; drop in anyway.
Of course, we have everything needful in the liquid line.
DEVON, Prop.
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.
D. D. FERGUSON,.
Draws awl Estimates
Furnished
Doors, Sash and all
Kinds of Glass.
CASCADE CITY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA 6
THE CASCADE RECORD
April 15, 1809
NEW BOUNDARY MINIM MAP.
Just Issued by John A. Coryell, and Is Complete and Authentic.
Another map has Juki been
issued hy John A. Coryell, C. E.,
P.L.S., of Grand Forks, of the
Grand Forks and Kettle River
mining divisions. It shows the
mineral claims located up to April
1st, 1899, in these two mining
divisions. Mr. Coryell has been a
resiJent of the Boundary district
since 1887, and has been able to
gather the information now given
on his map during that time, from
the many surveying trips made for
the government and individuals.
The map is similar to the one he
issued in 1897, only, of course, corrected t<f date. In the Grand Forks
mining division the map shows all
the claims on Hardy mountain, in
Seattle, Summit, Brown's, Knight's,
Wellington and Pass Creek camps,
and in the Kettle River mining
division the claims in Central,
Skylark, Summit, Greenwood,
Smith's, Graham's, Providence,
Deadwood, Copper, Long Lake and
Kimberly camps. It is a splendid
advertisement to the outside world
of the immense extent of this rich
Boundary mining district.
The map, however, is not entirely a mining map. for, besides
showing the location of the mineral
claims it furnishes authentic information of the locations of
streams, rivers, towns, trails,
wagon roads, ranches, lakes, the
Columbia   and   Western Railway
(C.P.R.) now under construction,
the projected spurs of this road
and Corbin's proposed right of way.
It is Mr. Coryell's intention to
add the Christina lake camps to
the map and lithograph it at an
early date. At present he is issuing
blue-prints to supply, the great
demand. The price is $1 50 per
Copy, and all dealers will have
tnem.
TAXPAYERS MET LAST TUESDAY.
* ������ "
Several Matters of Importance Considered by
the Association.
At a special meeting of the Cascade Taxpayers' Association held
last Tuesday, several important
matters were brought before the
members. James Darcy having
resigned as nightwatehman as he
expects to go into the hills shortly,
the subject was thoroughly discussed, and it was decided that
such an official is more needed
now than ever, on account of the
increased danger from fire in the
spring and summer. Messrs. Good,
Rochussen and Eckstorrn were appointed to get subscriptions from
tbe citizens for this purpose and
secure a suitable man for the position. The matter is one of great
importance. and every business
man in Cascade should contribute
to the fund.
Th# question of celebrating the
Queen's birthday was brought up,
and several speeches were made in
favor of the plan. A committee,
consisting of Messrs. Stocker, Mon
nier, McDonald, Roy and Willcox,
was appointed to investigate the
matter and report to the associa-
at its next Tuesday's meeting.
A motion was made and carried
tbat a committee be selected to
look into the subject of getting Cascade made a sub-recording otitic* by
the minister of mines. The opinion was freely expressed that the
present system of requiring prospectors and miners to travel from
40 to 75 miles, in the round trip,
to transact business with the mining recorder, was working an unnecessary hardship on hundreds of
men, when it could be remedied at
trifling expense to the government.
The chairman appointed Messrs.
Stocker, Carden and WillecMtti��B.i��i
committee to investigate ifrTd report at the next meeting.
J. P. GRAVES' SMELTER.
No Decision Arrived at Yet as. to Its Precise Location.
Jay P. Graves, who owns large
interests in the Knob Hill, Old
Ironsides and . seventy-five other
properties in the Boundary,- has
returned from Montreal, and during the last few days has been interviewed by representatives of
several Boundary papers.
Up in Columbia they are so sure
the.smelter will be located within
two miles of the town that they
have even set the date,, April 20th,
for tbe commencement of work.
In Grand Forks they are equally
certain it will be close to that lively
burg, and it is said tenders have
been asked for supplying some
2,000,000 brick.
Mr Graves stated in Greenwood
that he favored Boundary Creek as
a location, if���what a trifling word,
and yet how important���there whs
only sufficient water. He is still
undecided as to the location of the
snnjlter, but expects to decide on
it while in the Boundary on this
trip. The concern is called the
Granby Mining & Smelting.. Co.,
and iB backed by some of the
strongest capitalists in Eastern
Canada. It' is proposed to erect
reduction works having a capacity
of 400 tons of ore daily, costing
$150,000, with provision for doubling., the plant at comparitively
nh all'cost.'
Getting Ready for Business.
The owners of the fast, staunch,
safe and commodious little steamtr
Myrtle B. are preparing for a busy
season. The trim little craft has
been hauled out at Levally's for
the winter, and is now being ovei-
bauled for the spring and summer's
work. The engine is being got e
over and the boat will tirfepa in ted,,
As there will Vie no little activity
on the lake this year, because <f
the infliiXJflf'*prbsi eet< is, as well
pleapure5*seeki.rs. the Myrtle P.
will doublless enjoy a' -good business. ''������
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The Columbia Dining Parlor
furnish*s the best neals in the
city. v
OJ
The coming Commercial, 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 Bower.
The center of
a marvellously
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
Great Pleasure'
Resort.
��� ��� >*������..
For further
information,
price of lots,
etc., address,
GEO. K. STOCKER, Townsite Agent, Cascade, B. C.       Or L. A. HAMILTON, Land Com. C. P. R., Winnipeg, Man. i/>
April 15, l��W
THE CASCADE RECORD
ON THE NEW RAILWAY
Track Layers Now at the
Pup Creek Bridge.
DAYLIGHT THROUGH OLSON'S TUNNEL
Jack Stewart Thinks the Track Will Surely Be
Cascade hy June, Nothwithstaodlag the
Bridge Work Yet to be Done.
Early this week, J. W. Stewart,
superintendent of construction on
the Robson-Midway branch of the
Columbia & Western railway now
building through Cascade, made a
trip over the line from Brooklyn to
Caicade. He informed the Record
representative that it was an exceedingly hard trip, owing to the
fact that in some places the tote
road was completely obliterated by
snow slides. For a good share of
the distance he followed the graded
roadbed, and so was able to inspect the work closely.
Mr. Stewart stated that the grading is now practically completed
from Robson to Cascade or Grand
Porks. The 40,000 yard gravel
out, upon which Contracter Boomer
has been working so long, near the
summit, is finished,and Mr. Boomer
has taken his big outfit away.
Olaf Olson now has daylight
through his 400-foot tunnel, Mr.
Stewart, having gone through it.
He will he done in a few days, but
he had bad luck with slides a few
days since, which carried some of
his shanks up on the opposite bill-
side quite a distance.
From Olson's tunnel there is
almost a clear roadbed to the
Kettle river, with the exception of
the bridges. Of these there are 18
between Porcupine creek and Casoade, and Porter Bros.& McArthur,
the bridge contractors, have the
worst of them well under way.
The 180 foot high bridge over
Poroupine creek is in quite an advanced state, and Mr. Stewart
states that rails can he laid on it
in three weeks more. Gangs of
men are tackling the smaller
bridges and trestles, and the 1000-
foot bridge over Kettle river at
Cascade will soon have a big force
added to those already working.
The track-laying gang is now at
the bridge over Pup Creek, where
Contractor Nugent had his Work
near Brooklyn. This structure
requires 400,000 feet of timber,
most of which is on the ground.
Mr. Stewart is still confident that
we will hear the screech .of the iron
horse in Cascade some time in
June.
This week a force of 80 or 40 men
were sent to the switchback near
Brooklyn, where many of the deep
cuts had filled in during the winter.
As many men as are needed will
be placed on this repair work, in
order that it may not delay the
tracklayers. As there is so much
rock work on the line, comparitively little repairing will have to
be done.
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION NOTES.
Jas. V. Welch has finished his
contract near Niagara.
Foss & McDonnell are making
excellent progress on their 700-foot
tunnel beyond Niagara.
Pile driving has begun on the
bridge across the Kettle river at
Columbia.
Tbe whistle of the locomotive
running the tracklaying machine
can now be heard plainly in Brooklyn.
It is said there are 45 miles now
under construction on the Nelson
& Bedlington, 2500 men being at
work. Trains are expected to be
over the new line by August 1st.
Burns & Jordan, who had three
sub-contracts on this line, have
taken a contract on the Great
Northern cut-off at Trinidad,
Wash., under Foley Bros. & Larson.
Contractor Sandgrin has charge
of the three miles of work, heretofore untouched, at and near Grand
Forks. He has already began
operations on it. The work is of
an easy character.
Purchasing Agent McLeod came
over the tote road from Brooklyn
this week, and corroborates the
stories of the exceedingly bad
travelling. But he got through in
daylight, just the same.
Engineer Young, who had charge
of the first 20 miles or so on the
line ont of Robson, hao started for
Penticton with a corps of assistants
and observers are guessing what
they are doing over there.
The teamsters and stage drivers
on the wagon road between Greenwood and Midway are anything
hut happy nowadays, as the railway construction line crosses the
road several times, and sub-contractors are careless about blasting.
McLean Bros, have had much
trouble with their tunnel contract
near Brooklyn. Thus far but two
drills of the air compressor could
be used owing to lack of water.
Between 400 and 500 feet are said
to have been made out of the estimated 3000 required to complete
this long bore.
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C. S. Morris, Mgr. Frki> Whitakkr, Sec'y him' Treas.
F. Rogkks, General Sup't.
Columbia % Co., Ltd,
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.   Passenger*
from Kootenay points make connections at Bossburg going and coming.
IN AND AROUND CASCADE
R. W. Greiger, of Thomas &
Greiger, of Rossland, was in Cascade this week.
W. J. O'Brien left for Vancouver
on Wednesday. Frank M. O'Brien
started for Greenwood.
Manager Schaich of the Cascade
Drug Co., has returned from a
week's trip to Spokane.
There are yet eight hotels in
Brooklyn. In its palmiest days
there were 15 of them.
Hal Livingston came over from
Brooklyn Tuesday. His firm will
close up their Niagara store.
. H. L. Lilienthal, of Spokane,
who has large interests in Republic,
stopped over in Cascade Tuesday
night.
Mr. Flood, of the Grand Central
hotel, returned on Monday from a
trip to Spokane, much improved
in health.
The two-story buildings in Cascade are being fitted with water
barrels on the roofs���an excellent
precaution against fire.
C.W.Greer, owner of the new
Cascade Bakery, now has everything in running order. See his
card in another column.
E. V. McCune.of Salt Lake City,
one of the owners of the great
Payne mine in the Slocan, was in
the Gateway City on Tuesday.
Landlord Thomas, of the Hotel
Cascade, says he can raise almost
any old thing in the garden that
he has heen fencing in this week.
HOTEL GLADSTONE
Situated at the new town of Gladstone, near the Burn.
Basin Mining Region and only 18 miles from Cascade; 10
miles from Christina Lake. One of the hest hotel buildings between Cascade and Brooklyn. Good Livery Stable
in connection.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.^v
JOHN DORSEY, Proprietor.
Spokane Palls &
Northern System.
Nelson and Fort Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The direct and only All-Rail Route
between the  Kootenay District
-AND AM.���
British Columbia Points,
Pacific Coast Points,
Puget Sound Points,
Eastern Canada and United States.
���Connects at Spokane with���
GREAT NORTHERN RY.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
O. R  R. & NAV. CO.
Haps famished, tickets sold and information
given by local and connecting line ticket agents.
Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary
creek connect at Marcus and Bossburg with
stages daily.
CO. DIXON, G. P. AT. A..
Spokane. Wash.
Fine
Job
Work,
Ibe Uk Pacific
RAILWAY and
S00 PACIFIC
LINE.
Is the Shortest, Quickest and Best
Route to the Coast, China, Japan
and Australia, and to all Eastern
and European points.
Tickets issued through and baggage checked through to destination.
W.F.Anderson,
Trav.Pass.Agenl,
Nelson, B.C.
E.J.Coymc,
Dist.PasB.Agt.
Vancouver.B C.
The Record Job Office is
fully prepared to supply
everything in the line of
Office Stationery.
Neat, Clean, Attractive
Printing. That is the
kind you want, the kind
that pays and the kind
we do.
Orders received by any
old route except by the
Bossburg freight route.
THE RECORD,
Record Bldg., Cascade, B. C.
Fire Insurance Agency
PHOENIX ASSURANCE COMPANY, of London, Eng., BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO. of Toronto; WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.
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George K. Stocker, Agent. 8
THE CASCADE RECORD
April II*. I   1)
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VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
LONDON, ENGLAND.
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TIMER, BEETON & CO.
Wholesale Herchants
9
Liquors, ��Cigars, �� Dry �� Goods,
Hackinaws, Rubbers,
BLANKETS,  GLOVES  AND MITTS,  BOOTS,  ETC,   ETC.
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Catalogues sent on application.   Kootenay Branch:   NELSON. 1
S3.
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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 Medicinal Use
First Avenue
Opp. CUSTOM HOUSE
^QSCQOC,   jj. \j.    Oscah Stenstrom, Mgr.
I
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
V)
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All Kinds of General Men's Furnishings at Retail.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
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| ALL OVER THE PEOVINGE ��
Kaslo will celebrate the Queen's
birthday as usual this year.     ''*":,
Nelson printers have organized a
union, with a membership of 13.
R.; F. Tolmie, mining recorder at
Nelson, has resigned, to take effect
today.
It is said that Editor Cliff of the
Sandon Mining Review, has bought
the Kaslo Kooteuaian.
The Victoria Globe, daily, only
two months old, shows evidences of
prosperity, by,increasing to eight
pages.
The board of works of Nelson,
propose to ask the. electors to authorize a loan of $60,000 for needed
public improvements.
TheCranbrook Herald, published
in one of the best, towns in,: East
Kootenay, has entered upon its
second year of life. It is a first-
class local paper. '
Fully one-half of the fall wheat
in the Vernon part, Okanagan district, has been winter killed, and a
great many fields will have to be
reseeded this spring.
The uniform for the Kootenay
Rifles will be a dark green, the
same as the other rifle corps of the
Canadian militia. They will.not
be issued with a tunic, but with
two serges instead.
S. P. Pope, superintendent of
education for the province, has
been succeeded by Alexander Robinson, principal of the Vancouver
high school. The appointment has
been gazetted.
A contract ha* been made i>e-
tween the War Eagle Consolidated
Mining & Development Company
and the Canadian Smelting Works,
which calls for shipment to the
Trail smelter, and for a minimum
shipment of 300,000 tons of ore
during the next two years. In the
contract is included the Centre
Star, which will commence shipping
as soon as the broad guage road
from Trail is completed, if not
before.
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?    Up to Date LiVery.
Saddle Horse!1 Furnished
ON 8HORT NOTICE,  ��� < -
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TYGHE&McKElilJARPrq*
CASCADE, B.C. vi
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We have a little story to ! I
tell you about Brushes, o
If you need anything in \\
this line, of almost any ',[
kind, call around and $
look over our stock.
Hair Brushes f
Clothes
Shoe
Stove
Scrub
Sink
Tooth
Shaving "
Whisks
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Fibst Ave., Cascadk, B.C.

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