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HILL & ALLEN ; I if the ; BOSS House anil Sign Painters & Paper Hangers. CARRIAGE PAINTING A SPECIALTY. "Good Work ami Low Rates" la our motto. CALDWELL, (P. 0. box 65) IDAHO. A. F. ISHAM, M. D, Physician and Surgeon « CALDWELL, IDAHO. Authorized Surgeon, O.S.L.R.R. Office at the Caldwell Hotel. ) Restaurant ! Frank Corron, Proprietor. Front Avenue, Opposite Depot. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Cox & Martin, ) Druggists, Front Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho Dealers In FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS, COAL OIL, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES. Pure Wines end Liquors for Medicine! purposes. PerUculer ettenUon given to Physicians ' pre scrlptlons. Mason & Hamlin Organ. "The Beit In the World." Theo. Thomas. This organ hei won Every Prize Medal in the World! for Sixteen Years. Send for Illustrated catalogue, prices and terms to L L. SHEARER, Agt„ BOISE CITY. IDAHO. G. J. WILDER & CO. Caldwell, Idaho, Dealers in Native and Chicago LUMBER 9 SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, LATH, SHIN GLES, LIME, HAIR, BUILD ING PAPER, MIXED PAINTS, ETC., ETC. tnTTVe guarantee to undersell Boise deal ers Iront 1ft to 2 > per cent. In all building material c-irrird i>» tj*. Hria? vour old Gills along and see. Waddell & Conning J ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. CALDWELL, IDAHO. ^ Job Work neatly and promptly done. Estimates furnished on shortest notice. Inquire at Cox & Martin's drug store. New Meat MARKET, THOS. KNAGGS, Butcher. Front Avenue, Next to Skating Rink, Oaldwell, I. T. Th« brat Firth and Salt Meat«, cut In a profes sional m-uiuer. CiJva ua a call. LOCAL MATTERS. r . iir ij.. p , I —Go to Wilder & to s lumber yard wlZ*f y S 1X r P .Tk fr ° m th ? 0maha White Lead Co., the best made, —Tremendously grand ball on the 14th. —Come to the railroad meeting next Tuesday. —The "Senate" saloon closed Thurs day night. —Have you almost broken your neck on the roller skates? —An exclusive boot and shoe store is on the way to Caldwell. —Elder Callaway preached to a good congregation last Sunday. —Charley Golden is running express and baggage between Shoshone and Weiser. —Frank Huntington yesterday took charge of the lodging house next to Cox & Martin's drug store. —"Caldwell is still building a little," says a correspondent of the Statesman. Thank you—for the admission. —The Howard Sebreo company has established a store at Mountain Homo, which Mr. J. B. Evans has gone to run. —Will Reagan, who has been consid erably under the weather all winter, is now much better, we are glad to hear. —Elder T. H. Callaway begins a se ries of meetings in Boise to-night. So that town has to come to Caldwell for its Gospel. — T. T. Danilson and Seth Oliver have been in Weiser all the week. They start a store there soon, which Mr. Seaton will probably run. —Dr. Lee fays Mr. Ball, the man who is building his house, although lately from Wisconsin is fast getting into the ways of the country. —Tom, Yung Hi, Boya Kin and other Boise Chinamen have talked through the telephone to their Caldwell coun trymen during the past few weeks. ~ 71 _ -;-;- „ , Dr. M. Pefferle, dentist, Boise City, has a branch office at the Haskell *°n 8 fk ai «* T 1 ^ a visit to C aid well the first week of each month. 7-19 —Miss French, principal of the Mid dleton school, is preparing for an enter tainment to be given by the school in a short time, due notice of which will be given. —George Kibbe, coal agent, has spotted gome of the parties that have been stealing company coal. As soon as he thinks he has aU of them, he will put on the screws. —Mr. Bond, the Josephite who was here some weeks ago, writes Mr. Haskell that he will be here soon with fifteen or j twenty families. Good enough. That | kind of Mormon is welcome here. ... . . I -Through the courtesy of Mr. Pur-1 dnm, telephone manager at Boise, some of the Caldwell subscri bers have been treated to music during the week. It gave much pleasure to the listeners. —The HaskeU ranch, as fine a piece ground as there is in the territory, I was sold last week to John McCollum, Esq., the ditch contractor. We hope he will move his family here from Ogden. -- —Rev. Mr. Grannis, of Boise City, presiding elder in the Methodist church, will hold services in th« school house ' n „ Ä" 11 în d 7 - p - ."i 1 Sunday, February 3d. AU are invited. • h j , L , , . j . interest here. He is familiar with the workings of the system, and will as b~> me the duties of his new position on the 1st of February.—Hailey News joiner. titl; i. J l 7 .nn, e «î,i ChUrC \ii°° • unday, the -0th, n ow and ate up a juantity of food. wha,„v«r H 7, ° b lf°' ion ; >1 P ty b d 1 earned off some dishes. —The city jail is to be built on Can-1 yon street across the alloy from Bram ble & Co.'s. Major Wells will then safely keep all malefactors, instead of putting on the bracelets and chucking tbem into the sagebrush outside the city. That distinguished citizen of the capital, Hogan the Sbtiff, will appre oiato the change. —On the 29th of January, Mr. Feter Johnson took charge of the Caldwell Hotel, which he will run as a first-class house. Believing in feeding a man when he is hungry, Mr. Johnson will serve meals at all hours. Day board, equal to the best in the land, $7 a week; single meals, 50 cents; lodging, 50 cents. G. D. Reed and wife are the efficient managers of the house. - -— » - — T. J. Bates, a young gentleman who was in charge of the telegraph i business at this point during the first part of this month, left a few days ago for the west, at only one hoar's notice. This is rather brief warning, but a tele graph operator must be like a soldier— | ready to obey instantly any order that j he may recicve. Mr. Bales has gone to take charge of the office at N Weiser . —Bail eg Times. ew I >V e learn from W. K. Wallace of Raynolds Creek that J. C. Bernard has the road completed from his ferry on Snake River to Ca'dwell. The ferry j boat is now in and is said to be doing a fair business. It is claimed that the distance from Silver City to Caldwell | is not much further than to Kuna. How i much truth there is in the report will pro- j bably bo determined by some of our : Id vho teamsters.— Avalanche. DEATH OF CEE VIUS HORSE, The hopes that were entertained on Friday and Saturday of the recovery of Cleve Morse were destroyed towards Saturday evening by his failing condi tion, and at 0 o'clock he peacefully passed away, his father and mother be ing with him during his last moments. The shock to bis system caused by the amputation of his leg was too great to allow his recovery, weakened as it was by the ravages of disease that set in the first week of the trouble and which Or. Lee so bravely endeavored to combat. All that mortal could do to help him and to prolong the useful life he had begun was done, but it was of little avail. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon at the Haskell House, and the set vices were attended by a large concourse of city and country friends of the young man and his parents. The remains rested in a neat casket, upon which was placed a sweet to iquet of flowers sent by Mrs. T. E. Logan of Boise C;ty. Rsv. L. L. Shearer con ducted the services and delivered a few remarks. The funeral procession was then formed and the body was taken to the cemetery upon the hill, where inter ment took place. Clevius Morse was about 21 years of age, and was a young man of fine qual ities. He was a dutiful son, and in his death the loss to bis parents is great. He was greatly esteemed by his assc ciates * d eva one that Lew him, Although a comparative stranger in the j commi nity> accident its conse quences interested everybody, and in the fatal termination every one felt as though a personal loss had been sus tained. In connection with the deplorable event we have the following card of THANKS. Feeling fully assured of the kindly sympathy of the people of Caldwell and vicinity so amply demonstrated in our affliction in the misfortune and loss of our son > Chmus Morse, we desire to ex press through this card our apprecia tion and gratitude for the kind services of friends during bis illness, death and burial, and will ever hold in grateful remembrance those who remembered us in hours of sorrow and trial. Sarah Morse. Jauks Morse. REAL ESTATE. Persons desiring to purchase or rent property in Caldwell can do well by in quiring at the office of Reed & Lamb. They have several pieces, desirably lo ca ted in the business portion of the cit y ( either wit h or without improve ments, and which can be secured on reasonable terms. Give them a call. JtOISE CITY ITEMS. The Holland company played all the week to good houses. Ssrgt. Kenealy, of Vicksburg, relieves Sergt. Light, of the signal service of fice. A petition was circulated a few davs ago asking the appointment of John B. Noil governor, The great social event of the season was the party at the Overland hotel on Tuesday night, The supreme court last Saturday ad- mitted to practice D. P. B. Pride, C. J. Walsh an £ Andrew Whitehead, Judge Buck, Marshal Dubois and District Attorney White traveled about 1,200 miles to reach Boise from Lewis- ton. Mrs. M. Sidebotham celebrated her eightieth birthday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Story, on Friday of last week, The Lyceum is dead. Banks kept it alive until he got mar ried. After that he had to account for Rev. Mr. to go. I The Statesman regrets to see a grow j n g feeRng in favor of an injunction to j restrain the levy of a special city tax to T , - 1 ... .. ., . ,. °F el £" î m " 08 south-west of town placed in the county jail on I nday last, | charged with the most revolting crime known to the calendar. He had been I living there on a ranch for two years. H 1 * &mily consisted of a crippled wife. two g rown daughters, a fifteen year-old Boa * nd «overalsmaller children. His or i me j 8 that of forced incest, coupled witt ' " öan<li8h brutality, thé details which aro 80 loathing, sickening and I horrib i e , as to be unfit for publication. Under threats of death and by contin uod beatings his family has been terror ized into silence for years, beastiality finally became known of his neighbors made the complaint, and he will receive deserved punish ment. Of his guilt there is not the least doubt. The brute's family are greatly rejoiced over his arrest, but tremble with fear at thought of ever meeting him again. Clemens is a large, power- fully built man, lithe as a oat, and was greatly dreaded by the neighborhood, as he constantly went armed, and had always told his family that he would never bo taken alive. His arrest b Sheriff Tiner and Deputy Pitt Smit was accomplished in a manner that shows them to be possessed of plenty of nerve and good judgment, without which it would have proven no easy task.— Democrat, 27th.' Jacob Clemens, of Five mile, seven was of But bis , some NOTICE 1 Chas. H. Reed. Wm. Kinkaid and A. Callaway are duly authorized to col subscriptions made for Caldwell bridge, Robt. E. Stkahorn, General Manager. Says the Laramie Boomerang of a iate date: "Messrs. Gramm & Cj. have decided to open a branch store at Cald well, Idaho, and wiU ship a stock of goods to that point shortly. Mr. Geo. Little will probably remove to Caldwell and take charge of the establishment." The firm name will bo Gramm & Little, Mr. Little will be here in a day or two. They have bought the lot opposite Tub Tribune office and will build thereon, Meanwhile they will probably occupy the Annett building. RAILROAD HEKTISO. ' The citizens of Caldwell and vicinity are invited to meet in the store building of Rummel & Goetzman on Market ave nue above The Tribune office at 7 p. m. Tuesday next, to consider railroad matters. The business men are partic ularly requested to attend. A full and free discussion will be had. j-ehsosal. C. F. Annett has gone to Omaha. Robert E. Strahorn went east to-day. Chas. H. Reed wont to Boise on Tues day. Mrs. James Morse returned to Den ver on Wednesday. M. B. Gwinn wont ever to Boise City on Wednesday. Mr. Seth H. Oliver, postmaster at Shoshone, was in Caldwell last Sunday. Hon. Homer Stull, Judge Brumback and J. H. Bush, of Boise, called on The Tribune Tuesday. Mr. G. W. Gilmore, of Silver City, called on Saturday evening and was in troduced to Boise by telephone. Mrs. Abner Packard, of Middleton, was over here during the week and be came quite enthusiastic over the city. Thomas Welch, the boss telephone man, has gone to Bozeman, Montana, where we hope he will not freeze to death. Elder Grannis called on The Tribune yesterday and talked on ohurch affairs. As The Tribune belongs to all of them it occupies a celestial position. J. E. Woods and Fred Hompel, of the upper Boise valley, were in town Thursday, and called on The Tribune. They both want a mill in Caldwell. Frank Oakes, whose peculiar adver tisement appeared lust week, went from here to Middleton. Mr. Oakes has de voted his life to the philanthropic pur pose of driving out of existence goph ers, mice and insects, and all his eltbrts are crowned with success. Dr. Lovell came up from Weiser on Thursday to see his patients. He re ports Jack Doyle recovering nicely. Jack, it will be remembered, was hurt internally some days ago. He fell into a water car that was about half full and when his mouth struck the liquid he found the taste so novel that he drank too much and swelled up so big he couldn't get out through the man hole. Dr. Lovell saw bis poor head stiokirg out and surmising the trouble, be con nected the steam pump with Jack's mouth and pumped out about a barrel. Jack's ordinary capacity is a keg, so his danger can be readily seen. The doctor is administering ms famous Ex tract of Sage Brush Remedy and the pa tient will soon be all right. Dr. Lovell says Jack was so weak when be got through with him that his toenails rat tled. NOTICE. All persons indebted to Humphrey & Gwinn, successors to Shainwald Bros. & Co., are reqnested to settle their ac counts at once and save trouble and costs. All having claims, bills, etc., against ns of any kind or nature, will please present the same. HUMPHREY & GWINN. — Cœur d'Alene will have a number of papers (nineteen outfits en route) but we are betting on the new Weiser. It is understood Fred coming from Denver with an office. The Baker City Sage Brush savs a Mr. Burke, of Dayton, is soon to start one at Weiser. ïf we were not already in the best town in Idaho, we might give them a branch of the best paper in Ida- like Caldwell Hartman, Jr., is ho. Bat a solid town good enough for us. Perhaps one of is papers spared em- igrate. —Not having enough postal cars the purpose, railway mail service was not extended to Ontario on the 25th as was expected, and it will be a month yet before Caldwell will haye better postal facilities. Nevertheless, thetwo- days-for-a-trip service between this city and Boise has been cut off, and if a let- ter from here wants to reach the cap- ital, thirty-one miles distant, it must go to the postal car east of Shoshone and be worked, then come back as far as Kuna, and reach its destination by stage, getting there any time within a week. This is a fine condition for such matters to be in. . for List of Jjettn Remaining in the Caldwell Postoffloe February 1st, 1884. If not called for in 30 days, will be sent to dead letter office: Alien Miss Minnie Hannen James B Aimes Chas AntorthwavMrsWWHays John Ammond George Aberg Teudor Arndt Rudolf Biesek Walentin Brown T G Calkins & Norse Camron Frank - Parley Hall Correy Ingram T C Johnson J P Johnson J H Kendall John Loggie Petter Miner William Moore J T Moore C II Millican C Million Bettle E Martin Lee Nelson James Pearsall J L Rolands Frank Rice Hank Snmmers Case Tittle Robt Winans Wm Wilson Martin Younkin Ed Young C M Young D H for the above will Cullen Pat Cahoon T Conant Thos G Davis Rutledge Doran John E Fuller M EJ Frazier Henry Gray David Goodnight Jacob Griffin Miss May Hickey John Houghton George Healey Wm Hawkins Chas Parties calling please say "advertised. 11 T. T. Danilson, P. M. Burton & Brown, ATTORNEYS, Will be found at Leggett's Hotel, where they will do all kinus of Collecting and Conveyancing. Real Estate listed and j sold on commission. Houses to rent and lots for sale. Call and see us. Boise City Eclipsed By Humphrey & G-winn Dealers in General Merchandise Large stock (•roerries, Roots nnrt Shoes, Hats and Caps, and a complete line of Gent's Goods Just received from the East. Furnishing The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Dry Goods and Notions E»er brought to tba territory, whleli will be sold at bottom prlrea. All, and See for Yourselves, Howard Sebree Co., AGENTS FOR THE Bain Wagons and Agricultural Imple ments, ! AND WHOLESALE G ROGERS, LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS. -A.1SO Agents for the Finest Bottled Beer in America. Sole Agents for the Continental Oil and Transportation Co. Caldwell, - Idaho. The Sporting Saloon OF CALDWELL. POLITICAL HEADQUARTERS. crnTT UYFDQ II ml end, NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS OF GOODS WILL BE PASSED OVER THE BAR. Proprietor.