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he County, ncations on all matters 'ully published. Give for publication, but good faith. Subscription Rates: )ne Year,...............$2.50 " " Cash in Advance, 2.00 ■Six~Months, " " 1.00 P CottonwoodReportAgents. Levi Magee, Grangeville, Ida. G. M. Robertson, Clearwater, " J. K. Vincent, Mount Idaho, " FRIDAY, APR. 28, 1898. LOCAL BREVITIES. Small Items Picked Up in City and Vicinity. PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE. We publish estrav notices for 50 cents for each animal. Look out for the McGinley Musical Comedy Company, Miss Annie Wood is expected to arrive here this evening. Don't fail to see the new ad of Gains & West on editorial page. See the change in our adver tising columns, How many hew ads are there? Mrs. Henry Gütjahr iS report ed better this week, but is yet confined to her bed, If you want some carpenter work done see ad. of Wm. Lyons and then go and see him. Work commenced Thursday On the new butcher shop of King & Collier on Main street, The new residence of H. Nux oll is nearing completion and has much improved the appear ance of King street, James H. Wann has sold his Pataha City property, but who the purchaser is we were unable to learn,—Pataha Democrat. - Edwin Booth, the tragedian, is not expected to live, having suff ered from a stroke of paralysis. News of his death is daily ex fée téd. Sam'l Goldstone has erected a very neat and tasty fence about his residence property which has greatly improved the appearance of that fart of the town, Married; oil April 26; at the teeidence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. J. S. Rhoades, Mr. Harry W. Cone, of Warren, to Misé Otie Odell, of Lake precinct. H. M. Jorgens and family will arrive in Cottonwood Friday and will make this place their future home. For the present they will be domiciled over the drug Store but will build as soon as Seasoned lumber can be obtained; J. F. Hill, of Pomeroy, is in town with an imported stallion Which he expectB to sell or trade for property on the Prairie. He has visited the larger portion of the Prairie and says that Cotton wood is the town and the place to locate; Shisslèr, Ingram & Co,, have at their yards the finest lot of saw-logs they have evér had, aiid arè running in full blast. Last Friday they sawed 15;000 feet. They will keep Shingles and pickets on hand at the mill. Bee ad. Grangeville Undertaking Com pany have on hand a large stock bf caSkëtÊs and trimmings and tobés. Call and examine; Fun brais taken charge of when re quired. Office in brown front building, Grangeville, Idaho. B. B. CdtVEN, Mandger, Under â Hew law which has been declared valid, all Saloons in South Carolina will bb closed bn July 1st, àt Which time the state will take charge and have 'control of the liqüor traffic. The profits Will go toward pay irif the expenses of the state. Last week Ü^Ük^iool house caught fire owing to a defeat»«* flue hut was put out. Â 1 though we have a poor school house the loss of the building would have been severely felt by the district as lumhpr is difficult to obtain and the district, at present, not in condition to rebuild. The Wednesday stage from Lewiston did not arrive here on that evening so driver Ed Cauley of the Mt. Idaho swing went out Thursday morning and met it. The passengers, eight in number, laid over at the Willow Creek House and teams were sent out to bring them into Cottonwood. Jos. Lapoint of Wardner ar rived in Cottonwood the first of the week and has opened a bar ber shop at the Cottonwood house. • Mr. Lapoint says that as soon as he sees it will justify he will put up a good shop and a set of baths. Mr. Lapoint was located at Wardner before the fire and was a heavy looser. Chas. I), Gutjuhr, • father of Henry Gutjahr of this place, ar rived in Cottonwood, from Washington County, Illinois, on Monday's stage. Mr. Gutjahr will make Cottonwood his future home and expects to locate his two sons, who are now in the east on Camas Prairie. We ex tend the hand of welcome to our new citizen. Mr. S. De G rush, examiner for the Northwestern Pacific Mort gage Company, has temporarily located in Cottonwood and is prepared to loan money on farm security. His terms are liberal and he represents an excellent company. He will be found at Tannatt & Hogan's office on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of each week. See ad. Dr. Wm. F. Silverwood, of Denver, Ida., has been circula ting a petition for his appoint ment as Indian Agent for the Nez PerCe Reservation. There are quite a number in the field, and some are sure to be disap pointed. However, as near as we can learn, the Doctor is a competent man and well fitted for the position. The McGinley Musical Come dy Company were at Cottonwood on Saturday evening last and were greeted with a large and appreciative audience. The en tertainment was first-class and all were much pleased with it. They are again billed for Cotton wood tomorrow, Saturday even ing the 29th and we are confi dent they will have a large au dience. Messers Wedner and Smith were in Grangeville last week in the interests of the new flour mill They report the people of Grange vill as having taken an active interest in the proposition, and were much pleased over the lib eral subscriptions made, The people of Grangeville deserve the thanks of Cottonwood and the Prairie for their action in the matter. The paëk train of Turner & Welch will soon start from Cot tonwood on their ffrst trip to the Elk City mines; A warehouse has been secured in Cottonwood and the larger portion of the freight will be packed from Cot tonWood this year. Freight is delivered from Lewiston at Cot tonwood at a less figure than any other point on the Prairie, and the company inform us that they can pack to the mines just as cheaply from Cottonwood as any point on the Prairie, thus saving from \ to I cents per polind on goods delivered at the mines. They also inform the Report that à. cut-off chn be made to the mines which will place CottbnWood the clofest to market and the best point to pack from. The next issue of the Report will contain a des cription of the route proposed. A Moseow Failure. ___ The report has just been re ceived of the failure of the firm of McConnell Maguire Company of Moscow. Attachments to the amount of about $100,000 were made by the sheriff on the 24th. How the firm will pull out is not known, but it is thought the in debtedness will be paid in full. The first attachments were made by the First National and Moscow National banks, and more firms are yet to bo heard from. More to Follow. Geo. Simonds and his two sons who arrived from the east some weeks since, have rented part of J. L. Eckert's farm near Cottonwood and are busy turn ing sod, If the country meets their expectations we are in formed that several families will come from Ohio and locate with us. This backward spring is rather discouraging to the stran gers,. but when they read their eastern papers and see that the trouble is general they cannot judge the country as harshly as they otherwise would. A Côrreetion. A few issues since the Report published an article on the ac tions of a man who came to this town and represented himself as having been sent by the people of Grangeville to work against the mill proposition, We now learn that this man not only misrepresented himself, but was employed but a short time in one of the flour mills at that place. Grangeville is therefore in no wise responsible for his actions here. Wanted. We have a purchaser fora 160 or 320 acre tract of unimproved prairie land, fenced or unfenced. Price must be reasonable. If you have such a place for sale call at this office at oncë, as we have a but few days to close sale. Tannatt & Hogan. Weather Report. Cottonwood Station, Mean temperatures: Saturday .55:12 Sunday ..........42.55 Monday ..........37.32 Tuesday ..........43.20 Wednesday........ 45.37 Mean temperature for the week, 45;ll degrees. Total amount of rainfall for the week, ;95 inches. Chicago Market Report. Chicago, April 24,1893. Cattle, Steefs, $5.50 @ 5.75 Feeders, $5.00 @ 5.40 Others, $4.65 @ 4.95 Hons. Packers, $7.23 @ 7.70 Prime heavy, $7.35 @ 7.55 " light. @ Pigs, $7.15 @ 7.25 Sheep. Western, $6.00 @ 6.80 Wheat, .714 @ .72^ Oats, ;25 @ .28| Babley, .62 Notice for Homestead Proof, Nils Mi Lindquist, H. E. No, 2034, Land OFFice at Lewiston, Idaho. April 24, 1893; Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, ahd that said proof will be ihade before the Clerk of Disk Court, at Mt, Idaho, on June 3, 1893, viz : Nils M. Lindquist) for the wkj nwkt, sett nwL and ne 1 ^ sw}^ sec 98 tp 82 N. R. 1 w; B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on and cultivation of, said land, Vi*: Joseph B'. Spencer, Joséph G'. Peas iey of Rustic, Idaho Olof P Moberg, Andrew J. Carlson of Cottonwood Idaho. C. M. Day, Register. m Creelman| Harness m -GO TO— GUTJAHR & WALDMAN'S Meat Market For your PORTER HOUSE STEAK and SIRLOIN ROASTS. -oJOJo-- BEEF, FORK, MUTTON, SAOCJSA^Q-E And All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats in their season. King Street, Cottonwood, Idaho. Keep Your J on this space. We will be in Cottonwood, with a full stock, about April 20. Repairing a Specialty. Lower story Heari.br.rg building. Cottonwood, IcIslIio. "Monitor^ The Hamiltonian Stallion "Monitor" will stand For tli© season at owner's ranoh. "Monitor" was sired by "Ingram" by "Volunteer" by "Volunteer" by "Hamiltonian No. 10." "Monitor's" dam, "Miss Al wood', by "Alwood No. 972" Miss A1 wood 's dam "Old Jane" 2nd, dahi "Gold Foil" Weight 1150 lbs. age 4 years, bright bay 16 hands high, Terms: Single mares $15 for the season. J. C. SEARS, PROP =KOMEO= The 15-16 Norman Stallion Stands 171-2 Hands, and WEIGHS 1,750 FOTJISTID©. Was Sired by "Valiant," an Imported Norman Stallion, Sired by "Favori," Sired by "Monton." The Dam is a Daughter of "Coco," a 7-8 Norman, and the G. G. G. Dam Was an Imported Clydesdale Mare. ROMEO will Stand for thè Season at Cottonwood Livery Stable. For Further Particulars, Apply to W. V. Yandell, Cottonwood* Idaho. Mt, Idaho Hotel. The best hotel in the county, j We are prepared to furnish as I Good Rooms, Good Beds and as Good Meals as any house in the I county. On direct road to Elk City, Florence and Warrens mining I camps. The best of attention given to all travelers. Call and I see us and try us. J. K. VINCENT & BON, Proprietors. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, j. W. Gains-, Pro pi FIUbT-CLASS RIGS ALWAYS ON HAND. CAN FURNÏSH DRIVER IF DESIRED. Worses boarded by day or Week at reasonable rates. COTTONWOOD, - IDAHO. J W. TURNER, M. D. Eclectic Physician and Surgeon. Cottonwood. Idaho 1-1 tf 1-12 tf J B. F. BUFFUM, M. D.. Office at Drug Store. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Cottonwood, Idaho. ;f. F. AILSHIE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in the State and Fed eral Courts of Idaho. Office work given careful attention and Collections promptly made. GRANGE VILLE&MO UNT IDAHO, J^EVI MAGEE. Attorney-at-Law. Legal business given prompt attention. Collections a specialty. GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO, Frost & Lees. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Grangeville, Idaho. Will practice in all the State and Federal courts. Abstracts made. Real estate titles examined and per fected. Collections made a specialty. M. MoDERMID, Fraotioal lOöntist. Fillings One Dollar and Upwards, No charge for extracting where plates are inserted. ALL WORK WARRANTED, Office in Post Office building, GRangkVili.e, Idaho, Wm; Ingram M. Crippin F. Bhisslet CAMAS PRAIRIE SAW, PLANING AND SHINGLE MILL, SHISSLER, INGRAM & CO., ..... Proprietors. All classes of Rough and Dressed Lumber, including Cant Edge Grained Flooring on hand. Cleur 3-inch PICKETS* $1.50 per 100; SHINGLES Rift Sawed. Wong Sing, Chinese Laundry* Washing and ironing done in first class style atm at reasonable prices; School Street, CottonWood, Idee S. De ŒR/CTSjÉL Examiner for the Nnrthwestern Pacific Mortgage Co. —Loans money on Real property.— I will lx 1 in Cottonwood Friday, Sat urday and Sunday of each week. Office with Tauimtt & llogan. Cottonwood Ida s H. A. STEINKE, DEALER IN STOVES AND TINWARE, Copperand Galvanized Tanks Made to Order. All kinds of Plnihbinff, Gaspipe Fitting) Roofing, Tuiwafe Repairing. Speicial attention paid to «•'"WATCH REPAIRING.«® When in Grangeville please give us à call. H. A. STEINKE'.