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I 'jwkry Friday By ! ie Publishing Co, XNATT & HOGAN, Business Managers. ßubseriptlon Rates: One Year,...............$2.50 " " Cash in Advanoe, 2.00 »Six Months, " " 1.C0 •' Ta Cottonwood Report Agnts. Lkvj Maokk, .Grangeville, Ida. CL M, Rohertsox, Clearwater, " J, K. Vincent, Mount Idaho, " FRIDAY, FEB. 10, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Small Items Picked Up In City and Vicinity, PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE. Don't fail to see the new ad of H. A. pteinke. No new developments on the reservation question this week. Another livery stable is one of the latest possibilities for Cotton wood. Henry Boivin the hardware merchant of Moscow wag in town Wednesday. A. N. Ingram left Cottonwood early in the week for a short visit to the Sound, Five new patients were sent to the smallpox pest house at Seat tle on the 2nd inst, The largest stock of Watohes and Jewelry at the hardware store, Grangeville, Idaho, Material has commenced to arrive for the new buildings to he erected here next spring. Lumber lias commenced to ar rive for the new business block of Thos. Frye on Main street. The Denver "Tom Cat'' was in Cottonwood this week and favor ed the Report with a friendly yowl, Mrs. Henry Wax and son of Grangeville are visiting her sis ter Mrs, Samuel Goldstone this week. Died— -February 5, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs, F. B, Long of Mason, Idaho,of Inflammation of the bowels. The weather has moderated much this week. Sleighing is excellent and about 14 inches of snow covers the ground. Probate Judge Garber and at torney Given were over from Grangeville Tuesday and paid the Report a pleasant call, Mrs, John and Miss Ella Breen returned home from Vollmer the first of the week, where they have been visiting friends and rela tives. Frank McGvain of Grangeville passed through the city Monday enroute to San Francisco, where he goes for the benefit of his health, Word is received that R, H. McGinley of Lewiston contem plates giving one of his masque rade balls in Cottonwood in the near future. Married— at Grangeville, on February 5, Mr. George Hawley to Miss Ellen Howell, both of Cottonwood, They have the best wishes of the Report. MlssAddleMcGaffee of Grange ville, passed through Cotton wood the first of the week on her way to California where she goes to visit her sister. Lost —in Cottonwood on Feb ruary 3, a small buckskin purse containing a ten dollar gold piece, about three dollars in sil ver, two Moscow bread tickets and an express money order re ceipt. The finder will be very liberally rewarded by leaving same at the Report office. The Mountain View Literary did not have their usual meeting on Wednesday last, on account of their stove needing repairs. The president requests the Re port to notify the public that on and after the fifteenth i ne tant they will have their usual regu lar meetings, to which all are invited and requested to come two at a time. I j j j S i ! j I . g»« of Hhe Cottopwood I attended tl eutervllle - on Tiiesfl; «ml report having h young Ke enjoyable time. Bohn-— on Wednesday, Febru ary 8, to the wife of Lee Rhoades, daughter. That's right Lee, Rhoades (roads) in a new coun try are very escenthyl, F. J. Hogan left Cottonwood Wednesday morning to be gone aliout ten days in the interest of the telephone Une between Cot tonwood and Lewiston, Good Watch, Clock, Jewelry apd Gun repairing at the hard ware store. Special attention paid to mail orders, H. A. Bteinke, Grangeville, W, W, Brown and wife of Grangeville, accompanied by Miss Newman, passed through Cottonwood Saturday enroute home from a visit in Lewiston, Another terrible blizzard is reported in Dakota, and in gome parts of the state the people are suffering for want of coal, owing to the blocking of the railways, Don't fail to see Robt. Nugent s new ad and when you want to learn anything about Camas Prairie, call on him. Yon will find him well posted, being one of our settlers. Tho Denver Dramatic Co. will entertain the public to-night at Denver with the play, "The Last Loaf,'' and a couple of farces, The company are talking of ap pearing in Cottonwood Iji the near future, E, M. King and A, Morse of Bpokane are in town buying up eattle, hogs and sheep. Parties having such to sell will do well to call on them at the Cotton wood house at once, -or leave word with the proprietor, Dr, B. I, Balsbury, Optician and Ooeulist, will lie at the Cot tonwood House over Sunday. The doctor comes highly recom mended and any one with weak or diseased eyes will do well to consult him. He charges noth ing for examinations. \V, D, Robbins and C. B. Wood returned from Kamei Saturday and report a very rough trip. Whether they were successful in their efforts cannot at present be said; but if they were not It wap certainly not for lack of energy on the part of these gentlemen. Forty teams passed through Cottonwood Wednesday forenoon going to the mountains for wood and in the afternoon returned with their loads. It is quite sight to see the long string of sleighs loaded with big logs going through town every afternoon since the sleighing is good, A fire in Vollmer on February 1, destroyed the hardware store of Erickson & Co. and the gen eral merchandising establish ment of Lieuallen & Lestor, completely destroying both buil dings, Loss about 24,000, par tially covered by insurance, The two buildings formerly occupied the principal husiness block in the town. Geo, Kester assistaut oushier of the Lewiston National bank passed through Cottonwood Thursday on his way home to Lewiston. Mr, Kester has been in Grangeville for a couple of weeks, where he was called to temporarily fill the position of cashier of the Bank of Camas Prairie during the absence of \V. W. Brown, Our physician, Dr. Turner in forms the Report that he intends to erect a new residence in Cot tonwood next summer. Dr .Tur ner has long been a resident of Cottonwood and has established for himself not only a lucrative business but has the confidence and respect of the entire com munity. We are pleased to learn of this intended improvement and can add another building to the thirty one to be built next summer. "THE ELITE," Grangeville's new photograph gallery, is now open for business. The liest con structed and equipped gallery in Idaho. New instruments, elab orate scenery, latest novelties and styles. Artistic photogra phy executed "rain or shine." If you wish fashionable and life like photos, crayon or water-col or portraits, call at "The Elite," Grangeville, Idaho. Hanson, Photographer. Dayto\t >ye<KUn^. joptown to nnen qf Keqter r. Louis JvœRzpr of Genesee to Miss Mary Keuther of KeutorviUe, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Kpyterville on February 7, Rev, William Croger officiating, The two brides are well and favorably known throughout the Prairie, Miss Keuther being the daughter of the gentleman from whom the town derives its name. Mr. Druse and wife will return to Uniontown Saturday, while Mr, and Mrs. Kœltzer will make their future home at Genesee. The Report extends its best wishes to the happy couples, apd trusts that "their joys lie as deep as the ocean, their sorrows ns light as its foam," _— »— — The Hawaii Proposition, The peeple of Hawaii are yet anxious for annexation and the commissioners will soon reach Washington to place the matter before the president. England will work cautiously but plainly shows that she does not intend to loose her rights without com plaint. The Washington and California senates have adopted joint resolutions favoring annex? ation as have alpo Texas, Ten nessee and a number of other states. Germany sits on the fenoe and makes no move in either direction, Canada will kick. She does not want Ha waii to become American terri - tory. _ In the Country. Ope of the Report staff had occasion during the week to visit the home of W», Slavin, about seventeen miles northwest of Cottonwood and was surprised at the amount of energy and im provement shown in that section. Through the push of Mr. Blavin and others, a new school house with a spacious hall in the sec ond story has just been completed and is now used weekly by the people with their literary enter tainments. At Mr, Blavin's is where the Stage from Cottonwood to Lewiston changes horses and he is now fixed to entertain the traveling public in the best of Style. Sever© storms, During the storms of the past week quite a number of people on tbe range found it difficult to keep their bearings. Kirk Hop kins and Baker Ball, while lead ing a crowd of cowboys, became lost and were compelled to take the back jtrack and put up with the Indians until morning, The severe cold and wind drifting the snow was very hard on cattle and the few whose stock were poor report losses, although to no great extent, Read This. On and after February 17,1893, the price of the subscription to this paper for those who sign ed the several guarantee sub scription lists will no longer be subject to the advance rates. Parties who thus subscribed will doubtless remember that these lists called for "cash upon arrival of the plant in Cottonwood," and will confer a favor by taking ad vantage of the reduced rates. Troublesome Indians. An uprising of Indians on the Pine Ridge agency, South Dako ta, occurred on Feb. 4, which re sulted in the death of three white men and one mortally wounded. Capt. Brown is attempting to capture the murderers, and no further trouble is anticipated, owing to the numlier of troupe on hand. sam Idah o Legis lature. [Contiini$ from second paiP".] Boise, Idaho, Feb, 3,— The bill creating the county of Bannock was favorably reported in the senate this morning, Mr. Neill of Shoshone intro duced a joint memorial to con gress in favor of the flection of United States senator« by direct vote of the jieople, Mr, Watts' bill for the protec tion of game and fish was passed. The world's fair bill came up and was the object of a long and animated debate, After the bill had been favorably reported by the committee of the whole Mr. Ruick offered an amendment re quiring the commissioner to give a l»ond of $30,000 and take the constitutional oath, It was adopted and the bill was passed hy a vote of 14 to 2. The nega tive votes were cast hy Messrs. McPherson and Ruick, Popu lists Burgan and Moss were absent, Mr, Mahana's memorial to congress, being for $10,000 for the soldiers' home, was unani mously adopted. In the house Mr, Anderson of Latah again opened proceedings by criticising Mr, Mills for intro ducing an appropriation bill for the ways and means committee. The journal showed that Mr. Mills had introduced a bill of his own, whereupon Mr, Ander son said that the matter belonged to the ways and means committee and that Mr, Mills was a "little too previous,*' On motion of Mr, Hopper of Latah the bill requiring all pub lie printing to be done within the state was sent to the commit tee on state affairs, Mr, Workman of Boise pro posed a constitutional amend ment giving women the right to vote and hold office, The hill specifying what pro perty shall le exempt from taxa tion was considered at length, after which the house took recess until evening, A bill introduced in the senate by Mr, Howe of Nez Perce, defin ing the duties of the state hoard of equalisation, is one of the important measures of the ses sion. It makes the state hoard an original hoard for the assess ment of railroad, telegraph and telephone lines and gives it au thority to equalize by classes. In addition the board is author ized to equalize the aggregate valuation of counties, so that all may be placed upon an equal footing, In response to*a telegram from a Ban Francisco paper, Governor McConnell to-day wired the pa per his views on Hawaiian an nexation, He strongly favors the proposition, At the evening session of the house the various school of mines bills were made special orders for Monday, The Craine bill, locat ing the school at Cœur d' Alene City, will come up first. I s Odd Fellows, Attention! All Odd Fellow's in and near Cottonwood, who are in good standing in the order will please call on, or send their names to, Elmer Waldrip, At Report Office. 200 Men wanted To buy business and residence lots in the town of Cottonwood, the future Town of the great Camas Prairie. Consult. J. S. Rhoads, Mount Idaho, Idaho. Pioneer Saloon, Robt lSTu-gent, Proprietor. Best Mines, Liquor# and Cigars. One door east of Wax & Goldstone's. store. Cottonwood, Idaho. mm All kiqds of Humming, Gi^pipetfiHiug, Booting, Tinware Repaving CopperpöCalvenW Tanks Made tq Qrfler,— I also carry a complete stock of Stoves and Tinware, SpfciaJ attention paid tf* Watch Repairing, When jn Grangeville give us a call, H, A, Stein ke,. NOTICE FOR RIpft SEALED BIDS WILL BE s '-^rolvwl by tho undersigned at Cot tonwood to Mgroh 15,1893,for the fur nishing of telephone poles along the county road from Cottonwood to Lew iston as iter the following specifica tion : Poles to Ik) sound, straight tu in a rac at least seven inches in diameter at the small end, and twenty-five foet long and pealed, To Ire distributed thirty-six to the mile, from Cotton wood to Lewiston, Poles to be de livered on thegrouudby July 15,1893. Bids to bo given per pole and divided into four sections, viz : First bid to be from the town of Cottonwood to where the county mad crosses Wiljovy creek. Second bid, from Willow oreek to the head of the Waha grade, as it leaves the stage roivd and turns down to the lake, Third, from \Vuha to the town of Lewiston, Fourth, from Willow oreek via Fountain's (White's station) to Lew iston. Bids to bo accompanied by $100 bond that if the bid is accepted they will give bond in double the amount of the bid for the completing of con tract, The right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved, TANNATT A HOGAN, Cottonwood, Idaho, Feb, 1, 1893, SHERIFF'S SALE, * State of Idaho,) County of Idaho,) p ' ü Y VIRTUE OF AN EXE -*—'cation issued out of the Honora ble Justlco Court for Cottonwood Precinct, Idaho county, in said state, on the 39th day of January, 1893, by Hiram Robbins, Justice of the Peace, in the case of Wax and Goldstone versus Tliomus J, Corum, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell for cash In baud, gold coin qf the U. S„ between the hours of nine a, m, and five p, in,, on Saturday, the 25th day of February, A. D, 1898, at Mt, Idaho, in Idaho county, all tbe right, title, claim and interest of Thomas J, Corum, ip and to the following described property, to-wit : Lot twenty (20) in block H J' L, P, Brown's first addition to the town of Cottonwood, Idaho county, Idaho, Together with all and singu lar the hereditaments and appurte nances thereto bi-longing, levied on as the property of Thomas J, Corum, to satisfy ,i judgment amounting to $230,29, in favor of Wax and Gold stone, and cost of suit, Given under my hand, this Third dav of February, 1893, C. B, WOOD, Sheriff, By A, W, TALKINGTON, Deputy, SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Idaho,) „„ County of Idaho,) -DY VIRTUE OF AN EXE ^ cut ion issued out of the Honor able Justice Court for Cottonwooil Precinct, Idaho county, in said state, on the SOt.h day of January, 1893, by Hiram Robbins, Justice of the Peace, in the case of Wax and Gpldstone, versus Thomas J, Corum, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell for oash in hand, gold coin of the U, 8,, between the hours of nine a, in, and five p, in,, on Saturday, the 25th day of February, A. D, 1893, at Mt, Idaho, in Idaho county, all the right, title, claim and interest of Thomas J, Corum in and to the following described property, to-wit: Lot twenty (20) in mock "J" L. P, Brown's first addition to the town of Cottonwood, Idaho county, Idaho, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging, levied on as the property of Thomas J, Corum, to satisfy a judgment amounting to $810.70 In favor of Wax and Gold stone, and cost of suit, Given under my hand, this Third day of February, 1893, C. B. WOOD, Sheriff, By A. W, TALKINGTON, Deputy. MAGEE'S BOOKSTORE A full supply of School Books, Story Books, Novels, Musical Instru ments, Strings, Knives, Toys, Perfumes, STATIONERY, CONFECTIONERY, Nuts, Tropical Fruits. Organs & Pianos at lowest rates. Agents for School Desks and Supplies. Soda Water and Ice Cream in season. News agency. Mail orders receive prompt attention. ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO. JF. AILSHIE, * ATTQ3N8Y'4T^W Practice» in the Bptto qpd Fed eral Courts of Idaho. pffice work given careful attention and Collections promptly made. GRANGE YlUVm VJfT IDAHO, J § W, TURNER, M, D> . Eclectic Physician and Burp eon. Cottonwood, Idaho. J-J M, McDERWID, Fraotjoal Pentlat. Tilling» Onb Hollas and UpwAJin«, No charge for extracting where plates are inserted, ALL WORK WARRANTED, Office fn Post Office building. Grangeville, Idaho, S, Lr C0WEN, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, -w-wp«-« Plans and Estimates Furnished, All kinds of Wood-work made and repaired, Undertaking a Specialty, Bhop Upstairs in Brown front Building, Hall St., GRANGEVILLE, IDA, «o Î 1 d p ' rö oo H a, CÖ eff 2 M 4 M 0 £ Q 10 ci ci EC as *| © o 7 to Tannatt & Hogan's Bargain I^ibt. $8,500 will purchase a 320 acre farm looated within two mile« of Oottonwood. This farm is well fenced ; two good springs j small orchard ; house and barn j good timothy field, A big bar* gain, YV'e have for aale 160 acres of land in Aeotin oounty, Waph,, about eight milea from Asotin, Upon the opening of the Asotin Water Co.'s ditch this farm will he worth $6,000, For sale now for less than $1,000, 80 acres of lund adjoining the town of Cottonwood. Well wa tered and located. Is listed with us for a short period, For someone with homestead right we have the improvements on some excellent land for sale. For further particulars inquire at office. We have for sale a complete second-hand sash, door, planing and roller mill, It is in good condition and for sale cheep. Call at once if you oontempUt« purchasing as it will not be în market long. t0T "All farms listed with is will be advertised of charge to owners. free TANNATT <fc HOGAN.