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THE CASCADE RECORD
Vol. I.
CASCADE, B.C., FEBRUARY n, 1899.
No. 14.
Went to the Bottom of Christina
Lake.
THREE HORSES AND A HEAVY LOAD
Hod CameroD's Teamster
Escape���Loss is About
Warned Before.
lad a Narrow
$1,000���Was
Last Sunday afternoon a catastrophe occurred on Christina lake,
by which Hod Cameron, the railway contractor lost three tine draft
horses, a good bob sleigh and a
quantity of powder and hay; in all
valued at about $1,000. The teamster, a man by the name of Matson,
narrowly escaped drowning himself, but managed to save one of
the horses.
Since Christina lake was frozen
over it has been the custom for
teamsters to use the ice from McRae landing to the foot of the lake,
as it made the hauling so much
easier for the horses. The day of
the accident, it is said that Matson
had been warned not to take his
team over the ice, but several other
teams had gone over it that day
without mishap, and he decided to
risk it, with the'fatal result as
above stated.
The team had gone safely up the
lake till it got beyond Lavally's,
when the thin coating over an airhole was reached, the ice started to
give away, and the whole outfit,
with the exception of one horse, began to go down. In a twinkling
Matson jumped off on to the firm
ice, and by quickly cutting the
harness, succeeded in saving one
horse. The other three, with the
entire load, were engulfed and sank
below the icy surface of Christina,
the animals being pulled down by
the heavy load.
Later the water was sounded at
the point of the accident, ami found
to be about 60 feet deep. An unusually fine team of horses was
put on that day hy Matson before
starting out, which makes the loss
all the greater for Mr. Cameron.
Stage Lines���Old and New
Since the Columbia townsite peo-
le acquired the Williams and
ell-Duncan stage lines the promised improvements announced by
Mr. Ross and Mr. Fox, have failed
to put in an appearance. On the
contrary, in many respects the service has been far worse���execrable,
in fact, in many cases. Cases innumerable almost could be quoted
In substantiation of this. That of
leaving six passengers at Bossburg
last Wednesday, and the sending
of the stage with express matter instead, is but a sample. It is said
now that a special express vehicle
is to be provided, to run 011 stage
time.
The new cut-off, by which Grand
Forks is left to one side, and all.
passengers are hustled through to
Columbia, is now in use, and Grand
Forks passengers hereafter can
stretch their legs by walking down
from Columbia, on arriving at that
point.
It is said that a movement is on
foot to establish another stage line
between Bossburgand Grand Forks,
with connecting lined to Greenwood and Republic. A good deal
of encouragement has been met
with already. The following is
the experience of one traveller with
the Columbia Stage Line.
Rough Stage Experience
John G. McMillan, who arrived
on the Williams' stage Wednesday
evening, says the Republic Miner,
gives rather an uncomplimentary
account of the methods employed
to compel passengers over the line
to stop at Columbia, the new town-
site near Grand Forks.
Mr. McMillan left Bossburg on
Tuesday with several others, there
biing three stage loads altogether,
and came through to Cascade, arriving there about 9 o'clock p. m.
It was a cold night, and everybody
wanted to stop there until next
morning, but they were compelled
to crowd into a single coach, 18 of
them altogether, Mr. McMillan and
one other passenger being obliged
to ride on the boot in the rear, and
they did not get into Grand.Forks
till after midnight. They were
then told that they would have to
go on to Columbia, a mile further,
to make connection with the Republic and Greenwood stages the
next morning. But the passengers
went on strike and flatly refused
logo any further. The next morning the Republic and Greenwood
stages called around at the Grand
Forks hotels as usual, the action of
the night before having been a
pure game of bluff in order to drive
people to the Columbia hotels.
George K. Stocker and Aaron
Chandler took a trip to the Forks
list Thursday.
Gold is being found in the North
Star mine, the famous galena mine
of East Kootenay.
Louis Blue, of the widely known
Lion Brewing Co., Rossland, was in
town yesterday. Mr. Blue is also
largely interested in sawmills,
mines, hotels, etc.
The Fairview Corporation, capital $1,000,000, is a new concern
that has taken over several of the
best claims in that camp, including
also the townsite of Fairview.
A small blaze occurred in the
establishment of the B. C. Tobacco
Co. last evening, occasioned by the
igniting of the support of the tile
chimney. It was quickly extinguished.
C. A. Stoess, the C. P. R. engineer, who is preparing details of
the smelter site here, made a trip
to Eholt Summit early in the week,
-where certain persons believed a
most eligible smelter site could he
found. As usual, however, the
water was hy far inadequate.
II
New Metallic Circuit For Boundary
Telephone Line.
WILL COST WELL UP TO $20,000
W. H. (lakes, one of the Builders of the
Line From Spokane, tells of the Intended
Improvements.
William H. Oakes, formerly
president of the Spokane & British
Columbia Telephone Co., and now
a large stockholder in the company, was in Cascade yesterday,
and gave the Record some interesting news regarding the improvements to be undertaken in the
spring by bis line.
At present the line has but one
wire, with a ground circuit from
Bossburg to Spokane, but two wires
forming a metallic circuit, are
strung into the Boundary country.
The latter, of course, gives the best
service, by far.
It is the intention of the company, ax noon as the riiow is gone,
to begin at once the work of putting
in an additional metallic circuit all
over the line, and also to string
another copper wire to Spokane to
make that circuit one of the metallic kind. Mr. Oakes states that the
Nelt-on & Vernon Telephone Co.,
owning the line on this side of the
boundary, is ready at any time to
proceed with its part of the new
work. Mr. Oakes' company will
spend about $20,000 in improve*
mente this spring.
The telephone business into the
Boundary country has increased
by leaps and bounds within' the
last twelve months. It has been
almost impossible at times to secure
use of the single wire for hours, so
great is the demand for it. Mr.
Oakes was forced to wait two and
a half hours here the other day to
use the wire.
Mr. Oakes lives at Meyers Falls,
Wash., and has a fine fruit and
truck farm there, which is known
far and wide. He makes frequent
trips to Cascade, where he finds a
good market for his products. He
frequently brings in two and three
big loads at a time. He was one of
the far-famed Silver King mine
locators at Nelson, he with the
Hall Brothers and their sons making up the original thirteen owners.
At one time he was offered $17.50
for his ��\ shares in the new company.
Improving Mall Service
It is noticeable within the last
week, that there is a distinct improvement in the mail service to
Cascade. Vancouver mail now
comes by way of Spokane and so
does that from Eastern Canada,
with the result that it comes very
quickly. A gentleman received a
letter from Toronto in five days
this week, showing the quick
through service, but one from New
Denver required eight days. The
evidences of needless delay in transmission of mails, sent to Inspectors
Dorman and McLeod by the Record
have received attention from the
department, and the better service
is one of the immediate results. It
is a great relief not to have the
Canadian mail come by way "f
Timbuctoo, Kamaschatka or Penticton.
The Rossland sack still stops
over a day at Marcus, as the stage
does not wait for the down train.
When the mail route is changed to
Bossburg, this delay will lie done
away with also. Mr. Dorman says
the change cannot be made without the consent of the American
postal authorities, which has been
applied for.
Saw Mr. Bostock
' While in Nelson this week, a representative of the Record called on
Hewitt Bostock, M. P., who happened to be there, in regard to several matters of local importance.
Our member listened carefully to
the requests made, took notes, but
was equally careful not to promise
definitely that he would do anything. It is perhaps too much to
expect bim to find time for this
part of his constituency, when
there is some fence-building necessary. Mr. Bostock will not hare
time to visit the Boundary before
the Dominion parliament meets.
The date has not been set yet, but
is expected to be announced in the
next official gazette for some time
the latter part of this month, or
early in March.
Mr. Bostock thinks that in, redistribution the Kootenays will
have a representative. By the
British North America act, this
province is entitled to six representatives in the Dominion parliament, the basis being about 20,000
of population to the member. But
Victoria alone, with less than this
population, has two members. It
is evident, therefore, that redistribution is needed as badly in Dominion as in provincial affairs in British Columbia.
The Greenwood Miner made its
first appearance last Saturday.
Dana and Barber have delivered
about 20,000 lineal feet of round
timbers so far at the site of the
new dam. The contract calls for
60,000 feet.
The steamer City of Greenwood,
was burned to the water's edge the
other day at Okanagan Falls. The
boat was built in 1897 hy J. W.
Bassett, the freighter.
Next Friday evening, February
17th, the Cascade Orchestra will
give a ball, which will be under
the direction of J. W. Blanchard,
the well known leader. The Rail*
road Headquarters hall has heen
secured for this occasion, and no
effort will be spared to make those
attending have an enjoyable time.
There will doubtless be a good
turn out. THE   CASCADE   RECORD, FEBRUARY  11,  1899
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
Ira Black returned from u business trip to Republic on Thursday,
Howard Cameron has sufficiently
recovered from bis recent illnens to
be around again.
A provincial constable has been
appointed for Gladstone, but has
not yet arrived on the scene.
K. A. Ralph, of Rossland, stopped over in the city on Thursday
on his return from Republic.
W. H. Aldridge and wife returned to Rossland on Monday last
after spending a pleasant month's
honeymoon.
J. P. Kennedy made a business
trip to Bossburg on Thursday,
where his firm is expecting several
cars of oats.
Chinese New Years, last Wednesday, was not celebrated to any
appreciable extent by the two
celestials now having their abode
in Cascade.
W. B. Willcox, of the Record
staff, returned from Rossland and
Nelson on Thursday, stopping over
in Bossburg a day to stir up
freighters and freight agents generally.
N. McLellan went to Nelson last
Wednesday, and is expected back
today. Incidentally he is looking
up a couple of cars of feed that,
were lost in the shuffle somewhere
between here and Edmonton.
There is every reason to believe
that the Boundary country will
have two smelters erected this year.
���One of these will undoubtedly be
at Cascade City.���Kootenay Mining Standard.
The name of the new county,
just across the line in Washington,
will not be Kureka, as at first
planned, but Ferry, being named
after the state's * first, governor,
Elisha P. Ferry. Republic will, of
course, be the county seat.
Mayor Manly and Jas, A. Smith,
secretary of the townsite company,
left this morning for Spokane,
where they go to arrange for the
establishment of a stage line between Bossburg nnd Grand Forks,
where connection will be made
with stages for Greenwood and
Messrs; Holbrook & Kean's line to
Republic, which will he put on the
road in a few days.���Grand Forks
Miner.
R. E. Gosnell, late provincial
librarian, of Victoria, will, it is
said, shortly begin the organization
of reading centres in the Boundary
country, in connection with the
University Association of Western
Canada. Special courses, suitable
for busy people, will be given in
Political Science, Political Economy
and Sociology, the cost for text
books, certificates, memberships,
etc., being only $3.75.
Basten Yale needs a government
agent. The present necessity of
travelling to Vernon or Osoyoos to
transact business with the government's representative works a
hardship on those living in this
part of the district. The petition
now being circulated in Cascade
for the appointment of an additional government agent should
receive the signature of everv taxpayer. It can be found at the
post office.
Have you tried that home made
bread from Barry & Hepburn's
bakery, rear of Curtis' grocery ? It's
all right.
Attention!
The attention of the people of
Cascade City and the surrounding vicinity is drawn to
the fact that Knox & Delauey,
watchmakers and jewelers,
have recently opened a business iu this city,   .if the cold
snap has affected your watches
in any way, bring them to us
and we will adjust the wrong.
Every article that is repaired
by us is guaranteed.
KNOX & DELANEY
Next door to the
Drug Store.
Bakery and
Branch Grocery
HOMEMADE BREAD AND
CAKES A SPECIALTY
FRED GRIBI, Mgr.
Club Hotel
QUINLIVAN & ROSS,
Proprietors.
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A good meal, a g.>od room,
or a good drink can be bad
ut the Club Hotel.
FIRST AVE..  CASCADE  CITY.
Spokane Falls &
Northern System.
Nelson and Fort Sheppard lly. Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co,
The direct and only All-Rail Route
between the   Kootenay  District
���AND AI.I.���
British Columbia Points,
Pacific C inst Points.
Puget Sound Points,
Eastern Canada and United States.
���C mnects nt Spokane with���
GREAT NORTH 10RN RY.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.
0. R. R. & NAV. CO.
Maps furnished, tickets Bold and Information
given by local and connecting line ticket agents.
Passengers for Kettle Kiver and Boundary
creek connect ut Marcus and Hossburg with
s'.ages daily.
C. O. DIXON, G. P. &T. A.,
Spokane. Wash.
The "English Store."
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j    The British Columbia Mercantile and Mining Syndicate,
Ltd., Cascade, have on sale at Lowest Possible Rates:
Groceries, Hardware,     Dress Materials,
Ribbons, Silks, Hosiery,
Boots, Dry Goods,    Miners Supplies
;n great variety.   The reasons we are enabled to defy competition are���
Firstly. That we possess means enabling us to buy
freely in the best markets, at bed-rock prices, and in sufficient quantities to ensure lowest freight rates.
Secondly. That being owners of our business premises
we save large sums in rent.
Thirdly. That low road-freight contracts give us a distinct advantage over competitors.
We have an enormous stock of Blankets, Boots, Rubbers,
German Socks, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Scarves, Etc., which
we can supply wholesale or retail at Exceptionally Low Prices.
The British Columbia Mercantile
and Mining Syndicate, Limited.
MAIN STREET, CASCADE, B. C.
Branch on First Avenue, also at McRae Landing and Minton
Cascade City
Gateway City
Of the Kettle River, Boundary Creek and Christina Lake
Countries.
The Coming Commercial and Industrial
Center of
EASTERN ft YALE!
A Magnificent Water Power
of 20,000 Horse Power
Now under actual development. The center of a marvellously RICH MINERAL DISTRICT.
The town is beautifully located, surrounded by rich
scenery, with liberal sized lots (50x120), wide streets, and
offers a most promising opportunity for business locations
and Realty Investments.
A most advantageous smelter location and railroad center. Only one mile from Christina Lake, a beautiful body
of water, 18 miles in length, and destined to become 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 Commissioner
C. P. R.> Winnipeg, Manitoba.
-_-.   .... 1| THE   CASCADE   RECORD, FEBRUARY  11,  1899
IN AND AROUND CASCADE.
Major Cooper of Brooklyn hat)
opened an office in Cascade.
The Merchant's,Bank of Halifax
will open a branch at Ymir on
March 1st.
P. Brown, a Grand Forks photographer, wan in town a couple of
days thif> week.
Eastman ami O'Brien returned
to Cascade this week and are again
doing business at the old stand.
W. E. Miller, of Nelson, was in
Cascade this week winding up the
estate of the late Alexander Mason.
Rev. Father Palmer, will conduct services in the school house
on Tuesday morning and evening
next.
W. C. Wells, the government
candidate for Northwest Kootenay
was elected by acclamation on
February 6th.
The news comes from Rossland
that Mike Shick has stocked his
Mother Lode group, located a few
miles from Gladstone.
The contest between J. Fred
Hume, Minister of Mines, and
8. Farwell in the Nelson riding
promises to be a very close one.
The International Music Hall at
Rossland was damaged by fire to
the extent of about $1000 on Monday last. It was fully covered by
insurance.
Rossland has decided to rid itself
of the tinhorn gamblers. During
the past couple of weeks quite a
number are said to have left that
town.
.The suit for criminal libel issued
by Messrs. J. H. Turner and C. E.
Pooley, against Walter C. Nichols,
editor of the Vancouver Province,
is again before the courts.
Smith Curtis is expected back
from Montreal in a fewdayf. Parties who are interested state that he
has been quite successful in floating Elmore stock, and in all probability work will be resumed on
that property in the near future.
A letter from a Rossland man to
a friend in this city states that
parties are now in the former place
negotiating with Richard Cooper
for the purchase of the Solid Gold
Group, located in the Burnt Basin
district.
Mrs. J. P. Black, Cherryville,
N. C, with her two children, arrived in the city on Monday evening last. She was accompanied by
her brother. C. E. Robert", of Bee-
ville, Texas. They intend making
their home in Cascade.
Knox the jeweller, will clean up
your jewelry free of charge. Fini
watch repairing ourspecialty. We
guarantee everything. At T. A. Ma-
haffy's store, opposite post-office.
TAXPAYERS MEET.
A Committee Appointed to Consider
Incorporation
The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Cascade Taxpayer's Association was held on Tuesday
evening, February 7th, President
Eckstorrn presiding.
The committee appointed to
audit the bills of Mrs. Otis, recommended that none of the accounts
be recognized by the association
with the exception of that of Mrs.
Jagger. Considering the fact that
she had gone to considerable trouble and expense, and also as she
has provided a home for the sick
woman, they recommended that
the sum of $24 be forwarded in the
form of a loan, Mrs. Otis to pay
same to the association when able.
The committee appointed to canvass the town for the purpose of
collecting the salary of Night-
watchman Darcy, reported good
success.
Messrs. Stocker, Rose and Good
were appointed a committee to consider the matter of incorporation,
with instructions to report as to
the advantages and disadvantages
of same.
The fire wardens were authorized
to procure a triangle or some suitable fire alarm at the expense of
the association.
After some routine business the
meeting then adjourned.
Contributions to Edward Lind
Edward Lind, well known by
the majority of western railroad
men, having been the unfortunate
victim of an accident, while employed at station work on ihe
Columbia & Western Railway, under P. Welch & Company, which
resulted in the loss of one leg and a
bad fracture to the other, who has
been lying in the company's hospital at Brooklyn for the last six
months, but is now sufficiently recovered to get around on crutches.
In our opinion he is deserving of
assistance; and wishing to assist
him in a financial way, so that he
may be able hereafter to support
himself, we hereby agree to subscribe the amount set opposite our
names:
A subscription list for the above
purpose was this week handed the
Record for publication, but in order
to give some a chance who have
not already contributed, the list
will not be published until next
week. A large number of the business, men of Cascade have contributed liberally. In all about
$300 has been collected.
The Columbia Dining Parlor is
the leading resort of its kind in the
city. Try it once and you will be
sure to go the second time.
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The Pioneer Store
Has been here since Cascade started, and it has
always kept to the front. We carry full lines of
Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gloves, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Etc. Our new warehouse is
full of the BEST GOODS that can be had. Prices
in accordance with the times. Give us a call���at
the Post-Office.
Cascade, B.C.
W. M. WOLVERTON, Mgr.
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Columbia Hotel
J. A. McMASTER & CO., Props.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
.First Avenuk, CASCADE, B. C.
���Bmbd
Columbia Dining Parlor
CHAS. M. HITCH, Proprietor.
First class Throughout.   The Best of Everything the mar-
bet Affords.    Many Years' Experience in the Business.
FINE WINES, PURE LIQUORS,
CHOICE CIGARS
Pure Goods for Medicinal Use
f First Avenue
Opp. CUSTOM HOUSE
(i ^,/QSCQOc,   }Q. i^,.    Oscar Stenstrom, Mgr.
Grand   Central   Hotel
Mcdonald & flood, props.
Liquid Refreshments of All Kinds
and in the Choicest Qualities. . . .
First Class Sample Booms in Connection.
FIRST AVENUE, CASCADE, B. C.
This House is the Favorite Resort for Railway'Men.
THE WINDSOR.
COX & JONES, Props.
83
Headquarters for Commercial, Mining and Railroad Men.
Newly Furnished and Enlarged.   European Plan.
First Class Bar in Connection.
GRAND FORKS,       -      -       BRITISH COLUMBIA.
JOB PRINTING
Neat, Clean, Attractive Work turned out at Fair
Prices.   Send or bring your orders to the Record.
THE CASCADE SAWMILL CO.
A large stock of Bough
and Dressed Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, HouIdings, Etc
LYNCH & EARLE, Props. 4
THE   CASCADE   RECORD, FEBRUARY  11,  1899
THE CASCADE RECORD
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Published weekly at Cascade City, II. C, by
Wlllww & O'Reilly.
-<tuba��rl]itl��itN 12 per year iu advance.    Advertising ralen on a|i|iliratlon.
Tim Itecord Is on stla at the following places:
Simpson's Newstand  Rossland
Humphrey & Co Nelson
Thompson Stationery Co,  Nelson
R.F. Petrle  Grand Forks
John W. Graham & Co Spokane, Wash.
Francis & Milne Cascade
Thomas Walker Cascade
G.T.Curtis Cascade
Cascade Drug Co Cascade
SATURDAY, FEB. 11,1899
GREAT IS COPPER.
As a marketable product copper
has always been one of the most
profitable of all metals wrested
from the bowels of Mother Earth.
As a rule, well defined copper ledge?
have become more valuable with
depth, while the development of
silver and free gold leads has frequently reuulted in losing values
altogether. For these reasons, in
the past, even at the then moderate
market price of the metal, a copper
mine has been considered fully as
desirable as one of gold or silver,
and by many more so.
When the Spanish-American war
broke out copper appreciated in
value to quite an extent, but
dropped somewhat after the protocol was signed. For the last few
months, however, it has been steadily gaining and going up, notch by
notch, until it is now worth 18
cents per pound in the metal markets of the world. Many theories
have been advanced to account for
this welcome rise in copper and
copper products, and some there
are who do not think it will maintain its present price. The probabilities are, however, that this
advance is due to increased demand,
and there are no indications as yet
of a lessening of this demand.
The metalliferous mines of this
part of British Columbia are
essentially copper propositions,
with ledges that simply amaze ex
perts and old miners when their
actual width is measureil and fully
realized. This holds good both in
the Boundary and Christina lake
districts. The leads are stupendous, and beyond belief to many
who have not set eyes on them.
But they are there in very truth,
as the extraordinary interest now
being taken in this part of the
province fully proves.
Unless there is a slump in the
copper market, the mines of the
districts contiguous to Cascade will
return to their owners at least 100
per cent, more than could possibly
have been figured on a year or two
ago. What this means to our section the veriest tyro can readily
foresee. The lowest grade properties can then be worked at a good
profit, and those of higher grade
will be genuine golcondas to their
stockholders.
Great is copper, and greater still
will be the sections blessed with
generous ledges of this most useful
metal. In the language of the day,
such districts are "strictly in it."
Anions; those most favored in this
way the Boundary country is not
the least, and it will undoubtedly
be the greatest in the future.
PIRB PROTECTION
Cascade should have some sort of
protection against fire. Just yet
we cannot afford to have the latest
pattern of steam fire engines or
even hose reels, but simple appliances, such as buckets, hooks, ladders, etc., should be provided at
once. This is the first duty of our
fire wardens, and it cannot be attended to any too soon. The
amount needed to defray the expense of securing these needed appliances is not large, and can
readily be raised by our enterprising business men. It is a matter
of self preservation for each and
every one of us, and is therefore the
business of each one, when he is
called upon by the fire wardens to
contribute his mite to the fund
needed.
It is the history of all new towns
���especially in a mining country���
that, sooner or later it is threatened with devastation by fire. Too
often this actually occurs, and in
many cases such conflagrations
could have been put out in their
insipiency. Cascade should not
wait till the horse is stolen before
the stable door is locked. Now is
the time to act. Otherwise the
already high insurance rates are
likely to lie raised.
This year will undoubtedly be
one of steady growth in Cascade in
many ways. Let it not he said
longer that there is not the least
provision of any kind made against
fire. Such a state of affairs will
not commend itself to a live man
who is looking over this section for
a place to locate.
John G. McMillan is airing his
views, through the Republic Miner,
on the treatment accorded passengers travelling over the Columbia
stage line. He makes some rather
harsh remarks about that concern,
which are said not to be altogether
unfounded. Had he been one of
the six passengers who had to stop
over night in Bossburg last Wednesday, because one of the stages
was used that day entirely to ship
express matter, he would perhaps
speak even more feelingly. 'Are
these some of the promised reforms
announced when the Columbia
people took over both stage lines?
If so, there is encouragement for
the establishment of an opposition
line.        	
Uncle Sam now has a war on his
hands with the Filipinos, and already there are many bereaved
families in the west, where many
volunteers came from, as the result
of the first battle. It is a foregone
conclusion as to the ultimate ei\tl���
the American arms will undoubtedly be victorious, but it will be at
the cost of the life of many a brave
soldier boy. In the meantime the
expansionists and anti-expansionists will continue to discuss the
question from their own standpoints, but civilization will undoubtedly gradually but surely
extend over the hitherto semi-barbarous Phillipines. Gen. Otis and
Admiral Dewey have the confidence
of the entire American people.
At the opening of the British
parliament this week, it was stated
that'" An alliance between the two
English peoples need not be one of
offense and defense, but must be
one that would be admirably fitted
to lead the nations of the world in
the direction of freedom, civilization and progress." The speech
was made by Captain F. Bagot, in
moving the address in reply to the
speech from the throne, and the
sentiment was received with cheers.
The trend is certainly in the right
direction, but anti-alien legislation
in British Columbia, aimed expressly at Americans, will not help
matters along this line to any apt
preciable extent.
The movement now on foot to
look into the advisability of incorporation, is one that should have
careful consideration from the committee of the Cascade Taxpayers'
Association having it in hand.
The advantages are many, not the
least being the fact that local taxes
would be spent in local improvements.    If the amount thus raised
was inadequate, it could be easily
secured. When incorporated Cascade will the sooner assume the
standard of importance in the
world, which is hers by right of
location and natural advantages.
It is about time that Cascade stepped out of her swaddling clothes.
Already several strong American companies have broken off
negotiation for British Columbia
mining properties���the first direct
result in this section of Joseph
Martin's alien placer bill. If not
disallowed by the Dominion Government, foreigners seem to think
it is merely the insertion, of the
edge of the wedge that will shut
out aliens from owning or locating
quartz claims as well as placers.
Lr
CASCADE'S
LOCATION
Herewith the Record presents to its
hundreds of readers an outline map,
showing the exact
geographical position of Cascade. It
will be noticed at a
glance that it is the
natural centre, as
well as the Gateway City, of this
entire district. It
is suggested that a
careful study be
made of the map,
especially by those
merchants in Vancouver and elsewhere that have apr
nnrentlynotknowti
just where this city
was located. vJ
THE   CASCADE  ^^pmV^EPUARY  11, 1899
J BY THE WAYSIDE  j
���W>tltlt<tlt>UtStatHKKItKltKK*tKttRKn
The freighting question, by rail
and road is all-absorbing and all-
important to business men in the
Boundary country--at least until
the new line of railway is completed and in running ortjjer. /-���This'
week a Record' representative has
made some; personal investigations
that will throw tight on the subject.
In the firstuplace, the annoying
delays in getting merchandise into
this country have ltetjtY..d.iie. to two
causes, viz.,. carelessness of the
Spokine Falls & Northern railway
in transportation,- and inattention
of freighters to taking out goods.
It is only fair to state that Mr.
Dixon, general freight agent of the
railway, assured the Record man
in Rossland last 'Wednesday that
an improvement would he made at
once, and that hereafter shipments
into the Boundary, whether fflnjm
coast or local points, would, reeejve
special attention. Agent Williams
at Bossburg, is also credited with a
desire to facilitate the getting out
of goods with all possible dispatch,
although the Record knows, from
its own experience, .that such has
not always been the case in the
past.
. As to the freighters, the problem
is a difficult one, for as a rule they
cannot be said to be'reliable. However, there are responsible firms in
this business, and they only should
he employed. They have much to
contend with, one Way and another, but'they could, if they would,
give much better satisfaction.
Airent Williams informed the
Record man that it was his practice to notify consignors by'mail of
the arrival of goods. If he does
this, it will be a help to a large extent in locating shipments.
On this freighting question, however, an.ither factor now comes in,
that may help to solve it in a satisfactory manner.' At the office of
C. P. R. Freight Agent Peters, in
Nelson, the Record man was assured this week that freight would
be gotten through by the C. P. R.
from Brooklyn to Cascade and
other Boundary points, and thai
large consignments were being
routed in that manner, The first
concern that took the contract for
hauling over the McRae creek
divide did .not have the stock or
capital needful, but contracting
Freight Agent McDonell stated
positively and definitely that other
concerns, with ample facilities,
would haul the merchandise over
from Brooklyn. Should this he
done, us the C. P. R. people claim,
it will simplify the whole proposition to a great extent. The raies
will be the same as from Bossburg.
The Record believes that its agitation of this whole question will:
result in a generally better service.
At its best, it is slow enough, and
we should at least have the best
going. Any merchant who hereafter experiences needless delays in
getting goods will do a favor to
himself and the entire community
by sending the facts to the Record.
The live business man who dpes
not advertise is a curiosity nowadays. If there is such a one in
this locality, he should peruse, this
sentiment from the pen of a busi
ness man who knows from experience what he is talking about:
"A man who does not advertise
simply becau.-e his grandfather did
not, ought to wear knee breeches
and a queue. The man who does
not advertise because he tried once
ami failed should throw his cigar
away because the light went out'.
Themah who does'nut advertise
because he does not know'how
should stop eating because he
dosen't know how to cook."
Mr. Bostock has been visiting
the Kootenay towns in the tysfc
three weeks, but he had no time On
this trip to take in the Boundary
country. Perhaps the fact that a
by-election was about to.take place
in Nelson had something to do
with it. At any rate, he happened
to stop there just at that time.
Have No Kick Coming
The Americans who are teaming
from the end of the Robson-Pen tic-
ton road into Boundary points are
imskinlgiloud complaints over the
Canadian customs regulations,
which require the payment of duty
upon all stock and vehicles employed in such transportation business. They consider it a hardship
that there should be no refund of
the duty when the teams and
sleighs are returned to the United
States, but as they are receiving
just such treatment as Canadian
teamsters receive south of theiboun-
diiry line, there is not much' sympathy expressed for the them ���
Nelson Tribune.
0ASCAPE DKTJG CO.
��� JOSEPH, SCHAICH,
���CARKIKS THK MOST COMPLETE LINK OF- -
lids, Paints, Is i
WALL PAP��R AND STATIONERY
,:.!,. In the Boundary Country.
Prescription Department in charge
. of Competent Pharmacists,
Special Attention Given to Mail
Orders.
D. D. FERGUSON,.
Poor Spokane
The recent booming of the little
town of Columbi/t will probabiv
cause a slump in real estate in
Spokane. It is said, by people who ought"to know, that Spokane is too near Columbia ever to
be a big city. It will rather be
tributary thereto.
J)oqrs, SpL&h and all
Kinds of Glass.
CASCADE CITY,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Peaniits; Apples, Candies,
Bread like your mother used to
make, light and sweet, at Barry &
Hepburn's bakery, rear of Curtis'
grocery.    .
Good dairy butter, only 20 cents
per pound at J. S. Ingram & Co.'s,
where 100 tubs have just been received.   Try some of it.
.'��� Business at the Columbia Dining
Parlor is improving wonderfully.
If you have not eaten there yet, you
should try it once.
Church Service
Divine service will be conducted by Kcv. Joseph
McCoy. M. A. tomorrow (Sunday) at II a.m. and
7:30 prm., Standard Time, In the school-house,
Sabbath school tttitn p.in. In thesnme place.
All arc cordially Invited to intend
Pop Corn and Chewing Gum
-Don't get exeked, good people, and you will all have your
turn. We have plenty to supply everybody. Another large
consignment of apples direct from the east. Our oranges are
delicious, our lemons naturally sour, but our selection of
candies can't be beat.
Francis & flilne.
Dry and green wood for sale.
Railroad Headquarters Hotel,
Best Meal in Cascade for 35c.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH "THE BEST OP EVERYTHING.
Our  Specialties   are Pabst's  Blue   Ribbon Beer, Qorby's
Eight-Year-Old Rye, Seagram's '83 Rye, Four-
Grown Scotch and Burke's Irish Whiskies.
Celebrated Lion Beer on Draught.
IF YOU MUST DRINK, DRINK.THE BEST.
ECKSTOBM & SIMPSON, Proprietors.
The Merchants Bank of Halifai
f.   .   'jv  IXOOttPOBATED I860. ~ -
Paid-up Capital, $1,500,000.    Rest, $1,175,000. Head Office, Halifax, N. 8.
rT. E. Kenny, President. D. H. Duncan, Cashier.
A branch of this Bank Has Been Opened at GRAND FORKS, B. 0.
A General Banking Business Transacted.   Accounts Received on the Most Favorable Terms.   Interest Allowed on
,  Special Deposits.   The Savings Bank Department Receives Sums of $1.00 and Upwards and Allows Interest at
Current Rates. .   	
ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.
ALEX MILLER, Manager THE   CASCADE   RECORD, FEBRUARY  11, 1899
PROM TADDY BRANNIOAN
Kaskadk, Feb. 6, 1899.
Dear Moike���Here Oi am agin.
But shure 'tis nearly frozen Oi am
this mortal mi nit. The weather
marker is ahout thoirty below zero,
hut it feals as though it moight he
fifty. Whin Oi woke up this
mornin' Oi wus shiverin loike a
dog eat in' icycles. But ye ought to
have seen the fellow what sleeps
in the shack wid meself. Be some
axident he ?ot his hed out from
under the clothes, an' what do ye
think happened ? His poor little
nose wus frozen. Oi had a grate
toime entoirely tryin' to thaw him
out, an' when the job wus did, won
wouldn't know but what it wus a
big piece ov raw beefsteak that wus
left over from yesterday's dinner
that he had attached to his beatiful
face. He's down at the hospital
now, an' Oi have no doubt but'that
Dr. Foster '11 make him as purty
as evir he wus. It just kapes won
dansin' around all the toime to
kape warm.
But talkin' ov dansin' Moike.
Shure we do be havin' more ov
them things here than ye would be
thinkin'. There's Surproise Parties, Free For Alls an' Masquerades. Maybe ye don't know what
a masquerade is loike. Well, its
meself that'll be after tellin' ye.
All ye have to do is to disguise
yerself an' make beleave its somebody else. Then ye go there an'
danse wid everybody. As a gineral
rule they try to make beleave that
there somebody better than they
really are, but not always. For
example now, little Johnny Kennedy drest up loike a Dutchman
���moind now. he's not a rale won,
but just fixt up for the occasion���
an' wint down to that danse wid a
corp'orashun on him loike a bloated
politician. Do ye know, Moike, Oi
never thought Kenedy 'ud go back
on his country loike that. Shorty
Brown wore a green suit, green
cap an' had his i\z painted green,
but the divil spoilt it all by puttin'
a few stripes of red paint around
his mouth an' ears. If it hadn't
been for that, Shorty would have
been a rale good lookin' man for a
short toime anyway.
There were all koinds ov funny
lookin' creatures there Moike.
Some had hat boxes for masks,
others old shoe boxes. Some just
wore handkerchifs���clean wons too
���wid holes for the eyes, an' still
eome more that had the purtiesi
rosy cheeks an' ruby lips, an' when
the music 'ud start up won could
see their eyes fairly sparkle wid
deloight.
As soon as meself gut there, ov
course Oi tried to find me best girl,
as Oi didn't want to have her
dansin' wid all the other fellows in
the house first. Oi knew that if
Oi onct got her in me arms an' got
dansin' wid her Oi would know
her might away. Well, Oi waist
wid nearly every lady in the house
whin at last Oi cum to the konclu-
ehun that Oi had found her. We
had two or three danses togither
an' when Oi wuo callin' her me
own sweat little dovie dove an' a
whole lot ov other things, she looks
at me, an' says she to meself, says
she, " Arrah go on now, what are
ye after tryin' to give us ?" "Och,
shure an' Oi know ye," says Oi.
" Ye moight fool Muldoon, but ye
can't fool me," An' wid that not
SHE hut HE burst out lafin', an'
ye can kick me there if it wasn't
Fatty   Smith,   drest   up   loike  a
woman.    He had a dainty little
I>air ov No. 10 dansin' slippers on
In' a frock that wus fit to kill. Do
ye know Moike, Oi niver wus so
disgusted in all me loife. Oi cussed
Fatty, an' cussed the stupid girl
that she didn't cum forward an'
tell meself who she wus, an' thin
Oi wint home ravin' mad. It's a
rale good thing that Oi'm a timper-
a nee man, for if meself had ov got
under the influence that noight
there would ov heen two or three
funerals before this. As long as
Oi live, Moike, Oi'll niver go to another masquerade hall.
The foirst thing Oi did the next
mornin' wus to write to Mary Ann
Casey, tellin' her that meself wus
willin' to marry her just as quick
as evir she could get here. Don't
he surproised Moike, if the next
toime Oi write it 'II he an invita-
shun to the weddin' ye'll he gettin'.
Taddy Bhannigan.
Hutchins &
Wingard
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, j
and   prompt  delivery   guaranteed.
9~
That's what we're n -
ing every day, ana
you are not one of the
fortunate ones getting
your supplies here, you
will save money by doing so.
We propose to make our
Groceries move, and the
consumer will get the
benefit. Profit will be
no object ��� it is your
trade we are after. Let
us figure on your next
order.
We can supply you
with ANYTHING
that you use on your
table.
V.MOMIEE&CO.
WHOLESALE
��iquors, ^)ines anb Osars-
A specialty made of Imported Goods. Glassware and bar
Supplies Always on Hand.    Sole Agents for
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer.
MAIN STREET,
CASCADE, B. C.
0MMeeeeeeeet$MM��&
N. McLELLAN & CO.,
-WHOLESAI.K DEALERS IN���
Hay, Grain and Feed.
WILL DELIVER IN CAR LOTS TO ANY
PART OF  THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE, B. C.
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.
V.
Second Avenue,
Cascade City. British Columbia.
First Ave., Cascade City, B.C.
ROMA MOTErL,
Corner First Ave. and Main St., Cascade City, B. C.
CS3
This New Hotel is now opened and prepared for business.
G3
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.
G. DEVON, Prop.
T. R Mahaffy
We have just received a fine line of new goods including Ladies Underwear, Ladies' Cashmere Hose,
Flannelette, Cooks' Aprons, Waiters' Aprons, Carpenters' Aprons, Boys' and Men's Sweaters, Moccasins, Towels, Alarm Clocks, Bicycle Playing Cards.
Opposite the Post-Office,
CASCADE, B. C.
S.W.BBAR
Sign Writer.
Office, Opp. Cascade Development Co.'s Office,
"CASCADE CITY, B. C." THfi   CASfVDE   RECORD, FEBRUARY 11,  1899
Starting the Bridge
. George Gurney, of Nelson, B. C,
who jhas cbaVjie of the pile driver
thiit'will he used on the big railway bridge to be thrown over
Kettle river, arrived in town Tuesday with three assistants The
pile driving outfit will he set to
work hi once, r '
iYfRterday was pay day among
the workmen employed on the construction of the big dam.      i
John C. Lloyd, n prospector, was.
hijriied to death in his cabin at
Anaconda, B. 0��� lust week.
pontnictor Ferguson has begun
the shop work for the new cottages
to be put op by iIn; townsite' com-
pjitiiy, and part of the building
lumber has been hauled to the
ground.
The cold wave which reached its
height in the Boundary early in
the week made the mercury go
down to 30 below zero in Cascade.
38 below at Grand Forks and 46
degrees below at Greenwood.
Mining and
Commission
BOB SLEIGHS FOR SALE.
Two good pair of bob sleds for
'sale at a bargain. Will be sold
away down from regular price.
Call" at B. 0. M. & M. Syndicate,
Cascade.
Certificate of Improvements.
ELMoRE and CoryOON mineral claims, situn'o
in the Grand Forks Mining Division of Yule
District.
w dure located:-On Shamrock Mountain, south
slope, about two and a half miles east of Christina
Collections Mtide apd
Commissions of All
Kinds  Executed. ...
Time Checks ('ashed.
����� ��� ���*���"���-#-# I M M f
��� ��� ��� ���
|P. BURNS & CO.,!
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-
freslj anb Qmb ^eats,   I
.fisr; anb Oysters, Q\ve anb j|)resseb poultry ���
��3C~ Meats delivered st Mines Free of Qn'argo,
Mail Orders I'romptly Attended to.
Second Avenue, CASCADE CITY.
Shops at OASOADI'! CITY. GKAND KOKKS, UHEENWOOD and MIDWAY.
9-9-9-9^-9 Ml #-���--��>-��-��-��-���-#-#-# MM ��-#-���-#
9
MAIN CT.', CASCADE, B.C.
g.7.
lope,
.like.
i,
'I'ake notice that I, Smith Curtis, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 3403HA for myself and as agent for
Prank Hutchinson. Free Miners'* Certificate No.
8II7A and for Frank Guse, Free Miner's Certificate No. 9803A, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims
And further take notice thut action, 1111 ler sec
tlon 37, must be commenueil before the is^ance
of such Certllicate of improvements
Dated this Thirty Hist day of Decembe", 1898.
SMITH CUBI't-'.
Fire Insurance A^encv
PHOENIX ASSURANCE COMPANY, of London, Eiig., BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO. of Toronto; WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.
Gkorge K. Stocker, Agkxt.
Wagon repairing and general
hlacksmithiog promptly
attended   to.
HORSE-SHOEING A Specialty,
Blanchard   &   Moore
2nd Avenue, Cascade..
Commercial Hotel
O. G. FRP^DERICKS, Prop.
The Largest and Most Popular Hotel in the city
Blacks Hotel,
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Nicely Furnished Rooms $1.00 per Night
The bar is constantly supplied
with the finest brands of Wines.
Liquors and Cigar*. Best meals in
the town can be had at all Jnmr-*.
<r"~BLACK BROS.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
First Ave. and Main St.,   -   CASCADE, B. C.
t ��� m ������ .��� ���:��� ���
The Dining Boom and Lodgings
Are under the Management of W. H. Haegerman, who has had a wide e.\/.�����������
rience in Catering to the public of British Columbia.   Give us a call.
Everything Neat, Clean and First Class.
COLUMBIA
STAGE: LINE:.
G. W. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Daily from Bossburg and Marcus to Cascade, Grand Fork*;
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 oomin��.
(*    C\    ITf^ J0HN LYNGH0L^' First Ave':
V^l v^       I   ^w^ 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
GLADSTONE, B. C
This new Stopping Place, just completed and opened to the
public, is! most conveniently located. Jim Ennis and
Tom Flyiin, the proprietors, are old hands at catering to
the Railroad and .Travelling trade. They will treat you
right, inwardly or outwardly.
ENNIS & FLYNN, Proprietors.
HOTELQADSTONE
Situated at the new town of Gladstone, near the Burnt
Basin Mining Region and only 18 miles from Cascade; 10
miles from Christina Lake. One of tlie best hotel buildings between Cascade and Brooklyn. Good Livery Stable
iu eountction.
The E. G. Thomason & Co., Sawmill
DEALERS IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc.
CASCADK CITY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FINK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.^*
JOHN DORSEY; Proprietor.
&    J. P. KENNEDY W. T. WATSON H. D. CAJ1ERON   \
!      B. C. TOBACCO CO.     I
K Wholesale and Retail Dealers In I
X
Imported and^^ j
^_ Domestic Cigars |
r AGENTS FOR NORTHWEST HAY AND GRAIN. }
CASCADE CITY, B.
j itaMtft��lMMim*.lt*tlt����ft��^ * 8
THE   CASCADE   RECORD,  FEBRUARY  11,   1899
i
VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B  C.
LONDON, ENGLAND.
ft CO.
)
Wholesale flERCHANTs
Liquors, �� Cigars, �� Dry �� Goods,
Hackinaws, Rubbers,
BLANKETS,  GLOVES   AND MITTS, BOOTS,  ETC,   ETC-
Catalogues sent on application.  Kootenay Branch:   NELSON.
53
"K3
HM ���-���-0-+-
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.,
^""Wholesale and Retail"^>
Manilla and Sisal Rope, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Varnish.
, Just now we are making Special Prices for
7 Builders and Contractors.     If interested,
7 write for quotations.    ^^>
I BAKER STREET,  -  -  NELSON, B.C.
GAINE & ROY
Wholesale Dealers in
All Kinds of General Men's Furnishings at Retail.
Office and Warehouse,
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
T
i
oriiffli
H
Vancouver. B.G.
���WHOl.KHAI.K  DKAI.EU8 IN-
8
Wines, Liquorsand Cigars
���Sole Agents for British Columbia for���
Harvey's Scotch Whiskies,
Carling's Ales and the
Blackstone Cigars.
MIM
J. A. McMaster, of the Columbia Hotel, Cascade,
has been appointed agent for the Blackstone Cigar for
the Boundary country. Orders left with him will be
promptly filled, direct from Cascade.
K
MINES AND niNlNQ.
A 50-foot shaft is being sunk on
the Bluebird in Skylark camp.
King Solomon ore, in Deadwood
camp, goes 80 per cent, copper. A
90-foot shaft has been sunk.
Development work on the B. C.
mine in Summit camp has been
started with a force of 20 men..
A strike on the Helen E. claim,
located about ten miles from Cascade, on the Reservation near the
lake, is reported, the values being
$29.
0. G. Labaree and associates,
who have just bonded the Buck-
horn and Tintiu in Deadwood
camp, will at once be equipped
with machinery, and the shaft
sunk to the 200-foot level.
Work will be undertaken at once
on the Lily K. and Twins claims,
up the north Fork of Kettle river.
These properties were recently
bonded to a Vancouver syndicate
for $50,000, of which five per cent,
was cash.
The recent acquirement of the
well-known La Fleur-Comstock
properties, near Carson, across the
line, by the B. A. C, it i" said,
signifies some inside knowledge on
the part of the big corporation, as
to the early building of the Kettle
River railway, the location lines of
which run close to the claims.
imttKttiwtiKimnimitiMumKiuMtfmK
COLUMBIA
CABLE PERRY
COMPANY
Operate a Cable Ferry
On tie Columbia River
At Bossburg/Wash.
Connects with main wsiron road to rnscH.de
rjrnml Forks. Greenwood Mid other British Co-
lnmbia points. Also Rennbllo, Nelson Hud Cnr-
lew. XVHsh Vew Boat, New Steel Cable, Prompt
mid Courteous Service.
Largest. Safest and Strongest Ferry
on Columbia River���the Lower Ferry.
We Solicit Your Patronage.
E. B. SUMMY & CO., Props.
STAR BARBER SHOP
Hot and Cold Baths can
be had at any time, 50 cents.
GEO. W. THOMAS,
.. proprietor. . .
FIRST AVENUE,  -   CASCADE.
Sam Sing,
WASHING OF
ALL KINDS...
Laundry at rear of the Custom
House, First Ave.
Clothes called for and delivered.
Wills
Stage
Line
���    BETWEEN
Cascade City
AND
if   Brooklyn
New Rigs, Good Teams, Experienced Drivers.
This line will make regular
trips between the two places,
carrying passengers and baggage in quick time.
ROBERT WILLS, Prop.

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