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Charles H, Reed,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, k / and Notary Public, IDAHO CALDWELL Office next door to Town Co.'* Office. F. s. Easton, Physician and Surgeon j CALDWELL, IDAHO. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Ob stetrical ami office cases cash. Ofllbe vi the Has kell House: also leave orders at the drug store of Cox A Martin. Charles.E. Lee, M. D Ices to the citizens of Tenders his professional Caldwell and Bo'se valley. Office at Cox & Martin's drug store. OFFICE HOURS from 5# a. . till 4 p. m. John M. Lamb, Boise City, I. T. Cil AS. H. BVED, Caldwell, I. T. Reed & Lamb, ) Real Estate, Conveyancing and Collection Office, Front Avenue. Next Door to Town Company's Office, Caldwell, I. T. reasonable terms. All kinds of Conveyances carefully and correctly drawn. Real Estate Transfers made Special Attention Given to Collections, NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. i Cox & Martin, Druggists, Front Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho * Dealers In FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, COAL OIL, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES. Pure Wines and Liquors f *r Medicinal purposes. Ù4- Particular attention given to Physicians' pre scriptions. G. J. WILDER & GO. Caldwell, Idaho, Dealers in Native and Chicago 9 SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, LATH, SHIN GLES, LIME, HAIR, BUILD ING PAPER, MIXED PAINTS, ETC., ETC. tyffe guarantee to undersell Boise deal ers from lu to 2> per cent, in all building material carried by us. Bring your old bills along and see. A / FARM FOR SALE. Tho Superb Grain and Hay (Farm known as 44 99 Haskell Ranch. Consisting of 2-10 acres, located on the north side ot Boise River only two miles northwest of Caldwell, is for sale' at a bargain. Good buildings; over 100 acres fenced and In excellent suite of cultivation; considerable bottom land, producing good wild hay and a tine field of timothy. Altogether one of the best grain and dairy ranches In Boise Valley and within fifteen minutes' drive of Idaho's future metropolis. Will be sold low dowu for cash oron easy terms. Apply to tho Idaho <Sr Oregon Land Improvement Com , Caldwell, Idaho. pauy New Meat / MARKET, THOS. KNAGGS, Butcher. Front Avenue, Next to Skating Rink, Oalciwell, I. T. Ta« teftFiM* en* Belt cut In a profes 1 aluual uiiuuvr. uat» u* a tall. LOCAL MATTERS. —Building continues. —Hugh C. Wallace is in Weiser, sell ing lots. —Implement dealers will make their displays soon. —There is still room for a number of lines of business here. —Coffin Bros, will not establish a branch store at Weiser. —Be sure to send away several cop ies of next week's Tribüne _ —Steps will be taken to organize a Methodist church in Caldwell soon. —Waddell & Conning are rushing up the new hall and skating rink. —Next week's Tribune will contain a business review c f Caldwll. — R. E. Strahorn will occupy the Taylor house as soon as it is competed. —A ball will be given in the new hall and skating rink on Thursday next, the 24;h. — T. T. Danilson's elegant residence will be ready for his family in about a week. —After the 25th the Boise-Weisor stage will be replaced by a two-horse jorkey. —See advertisement of the new meat market. Mr. Knaggs is a first-class batcher. —Dr. Lae is having a dwelling erect ed on Kimball street, near Postmaster Datiilson's. —A business house is being put up on Front avenue near Thomas's for Wm. Siubenburg. —Pleasant weather continues here. Nearly everywhere else people are freezing to death. —Contractor McCollum is getting Hi will have there with the ditch. water in it in a few months. —Presidin g Elder Grannie of the M. E church will be here the first Sunday in February to hold services. —Our friend McHenry, cf Star, has rent, d bis farm and will possibly locate in tl is thriving town. Ha couldn't do batter. , —Rev. Ewnhart, Baptist missionary, will preach in the school bouse at 11 a. m. on Sunday, January 20th. All are invited. —Caldwell will have a brickyard of its own this spring, and it will not be necessary to pay their weight in wealth for them. —Dr. Lovell, M. B. W. Doyle, Jim Crigler—the whole crowd, in fact—go to the front. Billy Gorman will be aw ful lonesome. —Agent Taylor's "shanty" goes west to grow up with the new town of Wei ser in a f jw dayf. Sorry to see the landmark go. —FabyBros. have opened a saloon at "the fiont," wti sh the genial Pat has gone down to run. Curis. slicks to Caldwell, you bet. —The almanac crop is getting ripe. Coffin Bros, have a number of Charter Oiks and Dr. Danforth comes out with Ayer's eld reliable. —The announcement of reiigious ser vices made last week was done upon misinformation. Rjv. Mr. Karnhart will preach to-morrow. —Thomas Welch, the telephone com pany's boss of coustiuclion, began stringing the wire to Boise on Monday. The line is about ready for business. — Rubel & Penglase, wholesale liquor ami cigars, Dgdeu, have sent up some elegant calendars for 188i. Tho pic ture is a portrait of John Ponglaso's girl. —A Pacific express route agent, one cf tho exalted creatures who think they own the earth, was in town the first of the week. Hope he'll come again add not stop. —'Geue Strohecker, the Improvement company's real estate rustler, has The Tribune's thanks for an excellent map of Idaho, by which we can now locate ourselves. —About forty masks attended the farewell sheet and pillow case party given to tho departing railroad boys last Tuesday night. Everybody had a grand time. —DeLano, Clay & McFadden are rapidly olosing out, selling groceries at oust. They will establish a branch in wm Coeur d' A bno country. Wo regret to see such an enterprising firm leave Caldwcll. —The Caldwell public school is ia good running order and it gives tho town an educational appearance to see the children going to and fro with their books and slates. A JJSU BKOKFX, Cleve Morse, whose accident was briefly mentioned last week, had a nar row escape. The pile driver was being erected above the free bridge to put in section cf piles for an ice break. Cleve was on top tf the machine when a guy As the concern was ropo gave way. falling, he climbed down with the agil ity of a monkey, and when within eight feet of the ground he jumped clear. As the derrick struck the ground it swung around, hitting Cleve in the ankle and making a bad fracture. He was brought to the city and given the best treatment by our surgeons. Since the above was written, Mr. James Morse, father of the young man, informs us Clove's condition is worse. Gangrene has set in and the limb will have to be taken off to save his life. The post surgeon at Fort B ise has been sent for. We hope for the best. - NOTICE. All persons indebted to Humphrey & G winn, successors to Shainwald Bros. & C.\, are «quested to settle their ac counts at onco and save trouble and costs. All having claims, bills, etc., against us of any kind or nature, will please present the same. HUM F 11 KEY & G WINN. WElSEIt. Sheriff John W. Pickens has resigned. The Western hotel has a new land lord, Mr. F. H. Richards. There is a tough crowd hero now from the railroad, and citizens will be safe to look after doors and windows at night. Two men were made to hold up their hands half mile from town last Saturday night; one of them giving up some silver and the other a $2U piece. — Leader. The railroad depot has been settled on the Hull tract across the Weiser river, about two miles from this town by the wagon road, and 1} miles in a straight line. Grading ia going on rapidly under the hands of Sullivan's outfit, and the flat is showing signs cf activity. A building is going up for a depot, and surveyors are picking up their heels in a lively mood. It is gen erally assumed that this location is only temporary; that the changes re cently made on the line below Hun tington will shortly bring about anoth er settlement cf the depot at some point lower on Snake river.— Leader. NEW TOWN ITEMS. Lots are worth from $50 to $500. rant. There are two miles of track in the yards. Peter Pence will, it is said, put up a large hotc 1. A four-stall round-house is already in course of construction. The mail cars will run to this point instead of stopping at Ontario. The depot building is about com pleted. It is a duplicate of the Cald well depot. The Idaho and Oregon Lind Im provement company are putting up a neat office. G. J. Wilder & Co. have a large lum ber yaid in about the ssino shape as the one at Caldwell. James M. Cole has started a livery and feed stable and will run a hack lino to the old town. Settlers in the now town who want to keep posted on everything should take The Caldwell Tribune. Soott Myers was the first man to set np in the now town. He is in a tent at present, but ij putting up a tine build ing. T. T. Danilson bought tho first lot and Howard Sebree tho ntxt in the now Every corner on Main street town. was sold within an hour. Tho now town will bo the terminus of the Oregon Short Line for six months, ponding construction of the big iron bridge across tho Snake river. Tho Idaho and Oregon Land Im provement company have taken up a water right of ten thousand inches on Weiser river twelve miles above town, and will lead water to the now townsito by a canal about fifteen miles long. There is also some talk of extending the Payette ditch by other parties and thus water a largo part of the Snake river valley. -KJ. Blanch,,<1, c, says the Boise Democrat, is now here I and unable to work from an injured I foot, which was hurt by a horse step | ping on it. Ho says tho various irri i gating ditches and buildings under way j at Lmmettsville and vicinity make ! things lively down there. —George Little, of Gramm & Co., Laramie, probably the largest drug house in Wyoming, will probably go into that line here. Ho was here the first cf the week and got figures on a building to be erected opposite The Tribune office. PERSONAL. Oliver L. Harmon has gone to the "winter terminus." Sherman M. Collin was down from Boise the first of the week. Hon. M. Krebs, receiver of the Boise land office, was in town a few days ago, on route to Weiser. Mr. G. W. Snodgrass, one of Ada county's farmer's, made his first visit to TheTbibdne office this week. Mr. M. F. Fowler, of Middleton, was in the metropolis on Tuesday. He called on Tuf. Tribune, and we hope he'll come often. Mr. M McHenry, of Star, was in the city on Wednesday. He is a friend to Caldwell, and Caldwell will be a friend to him. A vi.-it from him braces up a newspaper office wonderfully. Messrs. G. H. Holbrook and J. S. At-' kins, of Riverside, called on us Tues day. They say a petition is in circula tion for a postoffice at the Y, which will bo more convenient for a large num ber. j Mr. W. A. Seaton returned the first of the week from a holiday visit to his I home at Reno, .Nevada. He says he ! comes back to see more 1 fe and aotivi \ ty in Caldwell than in any town he passed. Mr. Seaton will be found at his old place in Dunilson's. Cal.iwcll Hotel arrivals: C. F. Mad dox, Bisuka; C C. Dow, Boise; James Tnnnebill, Omaha; E. A. McConnell, Allerton, la.; C D. ShniHebarger, Sho shone; D. F. Fitzpatrick, Pike, Mo.; P. Durm, Omaha; P. Logan, C. W. Jenn son. Chas. Kennison, Mrs. J. P. Kenni son, Weiser; J. B. Millburn, J. A. Hes ter, Valley; C. D. McShuff, Valley Ranch; J. S. Francis, O. S. L.; James Richardson, Mary Richardson, M. Mar ney, H. Hammond, Boise; Ad. Gold berger, San Francisco; Mrs. Nettie Robinson, Mountain Home; M. J. Hoyt, Omaha: H. C. Riggs, Jr., Jordan Val ley; J. M. Bennett, Pocatello. Haskell House arrivals: H. Nashley, Wm. Thompson, John Lae, L. Delaney, Thos. Watson, R E. Davis; Neil Maloy, Haiioy; A. Whitehead and wife, M. Krebs, R. W. Berry, Boise; L. F. Cartae, Shoshone; John A. Post, Hail ey; T. E. Logan, Boise; W. A. Corson, McCollum's Camp; Isaac Coo, Omaha; W. T. Cox, Lewiston; George Little, Laramie; Thos. Welch, Boise; J. C. Watson, Jordan Valley; James R. Cfil ler, Omaha; Law is O. Rucky, F. E. Piene Shoshone; W. A. Seaton, Rono, Nev. ; J. M. Dun agon, Boise; John Mc Collum, Ogden; Jesse L. Harmon, Boise; O. E. Peppard, Des Moines; C. W. John Henry Stark, Boise; M. C. Hindry and wife, Boise Valley: W. T. Foster, Val lej ; S. D. Foster, Jordan Valley; Geo. Bailey. Boise; M. Kuhn, Ogden. BOISE CITY ITEMS. Bro. Bacon, cf the Republican, we are glad to learn, is recovering. Miss Mary Hartha, one of the teach ers in the public schools, died on the lOtb. John Lamb is using the electric pen. That invention is a great thing for men in his business. Wm. Paxton, W. F. & Co.'s shot-gun messenger, had a rib broken and was otherwise injured comiug from Silver on Monday. The sleigh was accident ally overturned, throwing everything out. Paxton is able to be about, but suffers groat pain in left side.— Republi can, Yesterday was the time appointed for the convening of the supreme court, but as neither Cnief Justice Morgan nor Judge Buck will arrive for some days, the court will be adjourned from day to day until there is a quorum. Judge Morgan is still suffering from the effects of a fall, and it is doubtful if he will be able to get here. Judge Buck it de tained at Lewiston, where the district court is in session, and cannot be here before next Monday.— Statesman, loth. if/ Engraving Free . A-Dictionary It will be seen from the advertise ment of the American Agriculturist (N. Y.) elsewhere, that a splendid six hundre J-pageDictionary ana superb En can -be obtained free, by graving?, everybody. The American Agricultur ist, now forty-three years old, contin ues to be the recognized loading Agri cultural Journal of the world. Every number contains nearly one hundred columns of original reading matter, and one hundred original Engravings by the leading Rural writers of the country, and by the leading artists. The editorial matter is famished by such well known writers as George Thurber. Joseph Harris. Wm. Clift. Byron D. Halsted, Prest. Liaulard, Prof. Slade, of Harvard University, and Prof. Thompson, Nebraska Uni versity, while such well known artists as Edwin Forbes, and A frod Trumble get up the origi- nal illustrations. During the coming year the paper will devote special at- tention to house plans for farmers, ox- g™»'— £ ?ÂÏ satt i ers . Tho circulation of the Amei i can Agriculturist is to-day larger than at any period since the organization of " b s ' herefoforetho'gr^at j ourna i for the Farm, Garden, and Household. Price $1.50 a year. Eug lish or German. Wm. M. Cary, Boise City Eclipsed By Humphrey & G-winn Dealers in General Merchandise. Large »lock os Groceries, Bootsand Shoes, Hats and Caps, and a complete line of Gent's Furnishing Goods Just received from the East. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Dry Goods and Notions r.ror brought to th* territory, which will bo »old at bottom prices. Come One. Come All, and See for Yourselves, Sam. Holt, Caldwell, Idaho. Howard Sebree, Salt Lake, Utah. Sebree & Holt, AGENTS FOR THE Bain Wagons and Agricultural Imple ments, AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS. -A-lso Agents for tlr© Finest Bottled Beer in ,A.m©rioa,. Sole Agents for the Continental Oil and Transportation Co, Caldwell, - Idaho.