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1ÏHMV, JAN. 27, 1*93.
Small Items Picked Up in
pity and Vicinity.
When in Grangeville sto]
Ute Jersey House.
> at
—Go to the City Drfi" Store
for your underwear.
> ■
ies black and
hose at the Drug Store.
" t articles and
Drug Store for a
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nods, syringes, «fco ,
ig Store.
ery aMhe City Drug Store.
AVednçsday witnessed the first
fall of sitow for several days.
Bouts—on January 16, to the
wife of E. T. Tunnatt, a daugh
Cottonwood is soon to be con
nected with the outside world by
—Have you seen the new lines
of underwear and overcoats at the
Drug Store,
—When you are in the Drug
Store and don't see what you
want, call for it.
—City Drug Store is the place
to buy. Paste that in your liât
so yon don't forget it.
A good boot and shoemaker
will find an excellent opening for
business at Cottonwood.
Born —on January 25, to the
wife of .C. W. McFadden of
Craig's mountain, a son.
When you want your carriage
or house painted, call on F. M.
Bridgfarmer for a good job.
As we go to press, about four
inches of snow has covered the
ground and it is yet snowing.
J. H. Wann county Assessor is
in Pomeroy this week and is ex
pected to return in a few days.
Mrs. Henry Wax and son are
over from Grangeville visiting
her sister, Mrs. Samuel Goldstone.
—When you .want to make
your best girl a present, you can
find one at the City Drug Store.
Several bands of cattle have
been driven through Cottonwood
this week for the Spokane mar
Died —at the residence of Mr.
Carr, at the Lake, on January 23,
Jerome Castle, son of Mrs. Carr;
age 38 years.
Jorgens & Martin a short time
since started the City Drug Store
in our/nidst and have an excel
lent stock of goods. See ad.
Notice —The Cottonwood Lit
erary society after this date
will meet on 'Thursday evenings
of each week instead of Friday.
Auditor C. W. Case and Jos.
Rhoades of Mount Idaho were in
fee city the first of the week, and
paid the Report a pleasant call.
Ej-Deputy Sheriff Talkington
was over from Mount Idaho the
first of the week, and expect« to
soon make Cottonwood his future
bilL having
H M. MoPeimid .dentist o;
rille hé*
lAwyO vi>
to day.
* 1
rP'ftffiiÿ to ( In rn geviTUT
nty one hew buildings will
tod'iri Cottonwrtbd in tl edg*
8 .ring. Lots have already hern
s cured for this number and more
t ) follow.
The diamond fields recently
discovered in Southern Idaho are
proving more valuable for gold
and silver than for the stones
first discovered.
Nuxoll & Slubbers have just
d ;corated their storefront with a
new sign and the Report with a
new ad. Don't fail to see both,
and these gentlemen.
Since General Butler's death
it is learned he died intestate,
and his son Paul and son-in-law
Hon. Albert Ames have applied
for letters of administration.
Mrs. Samuel Goldstone and
Mrs. Wax and son returned to
Grangeville this morning. Mrs.
Goldstone expects to visit a few
days with her sister, Mrs. Wax.
E. S. Sweet has purchased an
interest in the Davis Bros saw
mill near Cottonwood and ex
pects to turn out lumber by the
wholesale, as soon as spring
Why not send the Report to
your friends in the east? It
is much cheaper than writing and
will tell them many things of
interest that you would never
call to mind.
It. M. Powell proprietor of the
Keutervil.le shingle mill, was in
town this week, on his way to
Vollmer. Mr. Powell has estab
lished a yard at Cottonwood with
Wax cfc Goldstone.
Don't fail to see the ad. of
Wax & Goldstone, and what is
better, don't fail to give their
store a call, as you will find an
excellent stock to choose from
and will receive courteous atten
Felix Warren the genial pro
prietor of the Lewiston and Cot
tonwood stage line, and also of
all the stage lines running out of
Lewiston, was in our city Wed
nesday and paid the Report a
pleasant call.
' Parties desiring to make final
proof will do well to leave their
notices at this office. Our type
being new, we are able to print a
correct and clear advertisement
and avoid the trouble often occa
sioned by poor printing.
Elmer Waldrip formerly ed
itor of the Asotin Sentinel,
arrived in Cottonwood last Fri
day and has taken a position on
the Report staff. Mr. Waldrip
expects to remove his family to
Cottonwood in the spring.
The Report plant arrived in
Cottonwood at noon Saturday
last and, to-day the paper is in
your hands. We have been rush
ed to bring the paper before the
public on this date and trust our
friends will not criticise too se
We will at anytime he pleased
to send free, to any address, a
sample copy of this paper, if any
subscriber will leave the address
of his or her friend at this office.
Parties having friends coming
west will do well to avail them
selves of this offer.
As w e go to press we are in re
ceipt of the minutes of an inter
esting meeting of the Mountain
View literary society. Besides a
good program of readings, sing
ing and recitations, a spelling
bee is reported with Miss Daisy
Brunner as champion.
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Sonnen of Keuter
esôe, has l>een announced, and a
Ixwis Kceltzer to
Ceüther, both of Gen
double -wedding is expected to
take place at Keiltervil le in the
near future.
Botfc'tl&iee's the Cake.
To Boliert Nugent belongs the
banner for obtaining suhscril>ers
to the Report, he having obtain
ed 5G names; while Miehæl Han
ley conies in second with 32.
Besides these nearly every citi
zen of Cottonwood has with his
own name presented the Report
with many additional ones.
W. W. Brown, Cashier of the
Bank < f Camas Prairie at Grange
ville, passed through the city
early this week enroute for Lew
iston, where he hopes to regain
his strength. Mr. Brown has
been enjoying very poor health
of late and we trust lie will soon
return to his usual health and
Another Railroad Wreck.
An appauling wreck occurred
on the Cleveland, Columbus,Cin
cinnati A St. Louis R. R. on Jan
uary 21st near Alton Junction.
The passenger train from St.
Louis ran into an oil train stand
ing at the siding, wrecking the
engines. Two of the oil tanks
exploded, showering the injured
and bystanders with burning oil.
About thirty persons were killed
outright and a large number in
Impartial Opinion.
F- G. Arnett, a prominant
Montana stock grower, was in
Cottonwood this week purchas
ing range and block cattle. This
L his first visit to the Prairie,
hut he promises it will not 1 e
his last. Like other visitors he
rimpïtêsed wlih the prospects
of Cottonwood and sees readily
the advantage in location she
holds over her sister towns.
A Good Choiee.
We are pleased to note the tak
ing of the seat as one of the
ounty commissioners by Mr.
J. Foek 1er of the White Bird
district. During the last term
he was called upon to fill the va
cancy caused by the death of one
of the commissioners. In appre
ciation of his faithful perform
ance of the duties of the office,
the people of Idaho county saw
fit to re-elect Mr. Fockler as one
of the present incombants by
the handsome majority of 145
Literary Society.
The Mountain View r Literary
Society in school Dist. No. 14
are having quite a pleasant series j
of meetings. On January 21. the |
following program was rendered
which did cridit to the partici- j
pants and proved quite enjoya- \
hie to the visitors. After the us- j
ual opening of the meeting an S
old fashioned spelling bee with i
Miss Bessie Bruner and Howard j
McKinley as captains, resulting j
victoriously for the former,
after a short recess the follow ing f
program was rendered:
Song, 1), A. McKinley. !
Declaimstion, IL McKinley. |
Harry McKinley. ;
Bessie Bruner, j
Delia Bruner. ;
Hattie Long. \
Glen Sanders. |
Clay Rohbin?
Thursday Messrs. H. W. .Stev
enson, E. T. Brandon and O. C.
Wyatt, of Doumacque Plains,
arrived in Cottonwood ns a com
mittee appointed by the people
of their section to interview the
business men of the several towns
of the Prairie, relative to the
construction of a wagon road
across Salmon river to the Prai
rie. The road in question corn
UÔ Plains to
mences at the head of Middle
canyon at the "Wild Horse" cor
ral, then running down said can
yon to Rice creek, thence to Sal
mon river at the mouth of Rocky
canyon, thence up the canyon to
intersect the county road run
ning south from Cottonwood.
The people of the Doumacque
Plains are now compelled to
reach the Prairie via White Bird,
at which point they have to cross
the ferry and climb a steep hill.
This hill is so steep that wagons
going clown rough-lock tooth
hind wheels and chain a drag log
behind in order to reach the bot
tom with safety. The ferry at
this point also affords considera
ble opportunity for dissatisfac
tion, as thecommitte informs the
Report that in order to get their
mail they must necessarily pay
$1.50 for crossing the ferry, and
teams have been charged as high
as $4.00 to cross,
The proposed new road, it is
claimed, affords an excellent
grade on both sides of the river,
and as there are about 200 per
sons now located on the Plains
it stands to reason that all the
towns of the Prairie will at once
appreciate the importance of the
road and raise the necessary
funds for completion. The com
mittee informed the Report that
if the Prairie would raise $700
they would undertake the com
pleting of the road and ferry and
will commence work at once.
Cottonwood as usual is coining
to the front in the matter and
we trust her sister towns will al
so join hands in the work. The
people of fee Plains are also
much in need of mail facilities
and as soon as the proposed road
iH completed will, beyond doubt,
receive the favorable action of
the department in the matter.
Cottonwood Literary.
Jan. 20, 1893.
The Cottonwood Literary So
ciety met at their hall with good
House called to order by the
President, I). M. Story.
After calling roll and reading
and approving minutes of pre
vious meeting, E. T. Tannatt was
appointed critic for the evening.
The following program was
then rendered:
Recitation by Edna Graham,
followed by select reading by
Mina Bridgefarmer.
The debate then followed, the
question being, "Resolved that
the Nez Perce Indian reservation
should not he thrown open to
settlement." The speakers on
the affirmative were C. A. Wann,
E. T. Tannatt and Geo. Winder;
negative speakers, H. M. Garrett,
F. J. Hogàn, J. Wood and D. M.
Miss Ettie Simpson, Mrs, Rosa
Gains and Mr. Jorgens were ap !
pointed judges. After quite a
lively dehnte in which many
points were developed on both
sidbs of the question, it .was de
cided in the affirmative.
As it was the regular election
night the follow ing officers were
duly elected for the ensuing
term : E. f J\ Tannatt, President ;
F. J. Hogan, Vice President; Et
tie Simpson, Secretary; D. M.
Story, Treasurer; H. M. Garrett,
The marshal was ordered to
see that the hall wae duly open
ed and lighted on thé regular
This meeting has proven to he
one of the most interesting of the
season and as it Was Voted to
have open doors to the public,
we anticipate It will he hut a
short time when the society will
have a fine attendance and prove
quite an enjoyable affair to the
members and interested friends.
The Outlook Somewhat
The first of the week Commis
sioners Robert Schleecher of
Lewton, Silas Beede of Oskaloo*
sa, Iowa, and J. F. Allen of
Washington, D. C., accompanied
by J. A. Campbell, James1
and Ray Arrant, of Lapwai,!
Colonel Jenkins of Iowa, arrived
in the city and took rooms at
the Cottonwood House Wednes
day night of last week. The
next morning they took carriages
and drove to Kamei to interview
the Indians and secure, if possi
ble, their signatures to a treaty
for the unalloted portion of the
Nez Perce reservation. After
several days of hard work they
returned and reported their trfp
in vain.
Monday morning they return
ed to Lewiston believing that
their work had been fruitless,
Wednesday word reached Cot*
tonvood that the Kamei Indians
had repented of their obstinacy
and had sent an lndiati police to
have the commissioners return,
as they were all willing to sub
mit to the terms proposed. It
now looks as if We can expect
a si»ee(ly opening of the reserva
tion, as we were informed that
the necessary number of signa
tures can be secured if the Kam
eis affiliate.
With this reservation thrown
open we can expect the grandest
influx of immigration that Ida
ho county lias ever seen.
The commissioners inform the
Report that much of the diffi
culty they have encountered was
owing to a few influential Indi
ans who were either bought Up
by outside money or were owners
of large hands of stock and Were
working from personal motives.
As Others See Us.
Elmer Waldrip is in Lewiston
awaiting tire arrival of the plant
for the Cottonwood Report,
which is being delayed beyond
expectation on account of change
in the shipping route from Port"
land. The Report will be a 6
colunin folio, all home print.
Mr. Waldrip, and E. T. Tan
natt will run the paper jointly
and each lias had considerable
newspaper experience the patrons
of the paper may expect good
service.-—Lewiston Tribune,
Charged With Theft,
A warrant was sworn out yes
terday by Robert Nugent of this
city for the arrest of M. Garrett,
Mr. Nugent accuses Mr. Garrett
of using funds intrusted to hiwr
while acting as stage driver, and
not making proper account of
same. Mr. Garrett when last
heard from was in Lewiston.
We trust that everything may
yet develop all right for both
'Copa Potlateh."
Parties who have signed the
several subscription lists guaran
teeing payment for this paper in
advance, will confer » favor by
calling and settling same. We
do not care to don any one at the
start of business, at the same
time we have made calculations
upon the signatures of the sub
soriloers and would request an
early payment of the same.
Protracted Meeting,
Notice,*—I will commence* ®
series of goPpCl meetings at Den
ver, on the first Sunday evening
of February, amt will continue*
each night of the week, except
Saturday. Meetings begin at
6.30 with song service. All ar#
invited. F. kr. Btmt$

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