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HILL & ALLEN
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BOSS
House and Sign Painters & Paper Hangers.
CAMIACE PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
"Good Work and Low Rates" la our motto.
CALDWELL, (P. 0 box 65) ID ABO.
A.F.ISHAM, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon
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CALDWELL, IDAHO.
Authorized Surgeon, O.S.L.R.R.
Office at the C .Uiwell Hotel.
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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,
N
BRUSHES,
PERFUMERY,
f
)
TOILET ARTICLES
Pore Wines and Liquors f r Medicinal purposes.
A*" Particular attention given toPbysMans' pre
•cdptlonc.
Mason & Hamlin Op.
"The Best In the World.' '
Theo. Thomas.
This organ has won
Every Prize Medal - in ' the World!
tor Sixteen Years. Send for Illustrated catalogne,
prices and terras to
L. L. SHEARER, Agt.,
BOISE CITY,
IDAHO
G. J. WILDER & GO.
Caldwell, Idaho,
Dealers in Native and Chicago
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S^SH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, LATH, SHIN
GLES, LIME, HAIR, BUILD
ING PAPE#, MIXED
PAINTS, ETC., ETC.
»
J3TWe guarantee to undersell Boise deal
ers from 15 to 2i per cent, in »II building
material carried 1>V HS. Uring vour old bills
along and see.
Waddell & Conning
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ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS
CALDWELL, IDAHO.
Job Work neatly and promptly done
Entimates fun ished on shortest notice
Inqui'-e at Cox & Martin's drug store
/New Meat
MARKET,
* TH08. KNAGGS, Butcher.
Front Avenue, Next to Skating Rink,
Caldwell, I. T.
Th« hestjFresh «nd Aalt cut In*« proles- 1
Give us A call.
bIobs! miifncr.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Methodist services in the school house
The finest stock of confectionery in
Go to Wilder & Co.'s lumber yard j
for ready mixed paints from the Omaha
White Lead Co., the best paints made.
— The skating rink draws muchly.
— Blankets at T. T. Danilson & Co.'s.
—Mr. W. R. Gladden is now located
at Bisuka.
—Gents' furnishing goods at T. T.
Danilson & Co.'s.
—Serviced under Baptist auspices
will be held in the school house to-mor
row.
—Dr. Easton has gone to Hunting
ton, and may possibly go to Cœur d'
Alene.
— H. C. Wallace has returned from
the east.
-Rev. J. H. Shepherd will hold
on the first Sabbath in March.
—All kinds of Woolen Goods, Over
coats and Overshoes, at cost and
freight, at Humphrey & Gwipn's.
Idaho at T. T Danilson & Co.'s.
—Married, in Boise City, January
28th, 1884, by Riv. L A. Banks, VI r.
Henry Kyle and Miss Eva Lavaader, of
Star City.
—Dr. M. Pefferle, dentist, will visit
Caldwell on the 12th. Office at the
Haskell House. He will remain three
four days.
—Those two lumber surgeons, Rum
1 & Go. tzman, have our thanks for a
Howard will be preached on the fourth
Sunday of this month by Elder Calla
way in the school house.
rustic, artistic stool of more comfort
than elegance.
—The funeral sermon of the late Abel
—Mr. C. F. Aunett, of Salt Lake, has
sent a check for $25, for the Cald «veil
school. That's the kind of investors
Caldwell is glad to have.
—Mrs. Job is very ill with pneumonia
at the residence of Mrs. Holland, her
daughter. Har advanced age, 76 years,
makes the case dangerous.
—Dr. M. Pefferle, dentist, Boise
City, has a branch office at the Haskell
House and will make a visit to Cald
well the first week of each month. 7-19
—A large new stock of wall paper at
T. T. Danilson & Co.'s this week.
—A. E. Callaway has been circulat
ing a petition during the week uraying
for the formation of a new school dist
rict out of the present one.
district will be two miles square, with
Caldwell in the center.
The new
—The funniest thing in this part of
Idaho is to see Hon. Homer Stull come
down from Boise in a brown flannel
shirt and his pants in his boots. Those
who kne w him when ho was the Lord
Chesterfield of the Omaha Herald years
ago are shocked, to say the least.
—Abel Howard, aged 81 years, 1
month and 11 days, died at his residence
near Caldwell February 5th, 1884. The
funeral took place Wednesday, the re
mains being interred in Canyon Hill
cemetery. Mr. Howard was for thirty
five years a member of the Christian
church.
—Within a few days there will be an
important change in the trains on the
Oregon Short Line. The trains from
Granger will run to Weiser direct, and
only a branch train will run between
Shoshone and Hailey. This is only
"talk," as yet, but a few days will tell
the tale —Bailey Times.
—Shoshone is to have a newspaper,
to be run by Mr. W. C. B. Allen, late
o' Omaha. Shoshone will find him the
right sort of a man. Of ail the boom
ers on the earth, he is the greatest. But
for all that, he is a good man for Idaho
and we give him welcome to the terri
tory. He already owns two or three
papers in Nebraska, and what he does
not know about the business isn't worth
knowing.
—Fred Hoffer, who has resided in
this place since it was a hole in the
ground, took a trip to the country a
couple of weeks ago and returned
Sunday last. During his absence he
Ti-ited Sucker Creek, where he has
band of sheep, and subsequently went
to C'ddwell. He likes that place and
thinks it will be a good town in a short
time. He is much improved in health
and feels much better than when he
left.— Avalanche.
on
a
BEST CORN MEAL.
Oaly $1 76 for 60 lbs. at
Humphrey <& Gwinn's.
NOTICE.
Chas. H. Reed, Wm. Kinkaid and A.
Callaway are duly authorized to col
lect subscriptions made for Caldwell
bridge.
ROBT. E. StU AHORN,
General Manager.
XV VXFOXTUXATE AFF.UR,
A very unfortunate affair happened in
Caldwell last Saturday that came near
having a fatal termination. Joe Cuth
bert and W. P. Jones each owned an
interest in a pool table that stood in the
: Senate saloon, closed a few days before.
One desired to move it to another place
and the other objected. Hot words en
sued and Jones drew a knife and cut
Cuthbert on both arms, as well as giv
ing him a thrust between the fourth and
fifth ribs, the knife touching one lung.
Deputy Sheriff'Wells happened along
and arrested both parties, taking them
to his office, where an examination re
vealed the dangerous nature of Cath
bort's wounds. Dr. Lee took him to the
Haskell house and gave him such atten
tion as the case needed.
Jones was taken before Juslice Dan
forth on Monday. He waived prelim
inary examination and was taken to
Boise the next day. He will be tried at
the April term.
Cuthbert's condition on Sunday was
rather bad and his sister, Mrs. White,
of Warm Springs, Deer Lodge county,
Montana, was sent for. She arrived
Wednesday. Cuthbert is not in any
danger now and will soon be about,
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A MILL AT CALDWELL.
Editor Caldwell Tribüne; I have
met with a report in circulation to the
effect that the merchants of Caldwell
were importing flour from Utah and re
fusing to patronize the industry jf the
country. If this is correct every farm
in the valley should in justice to him
self withhold his trade from the mer
chant until he reforms. I have met the
charge by saying ihatthe merchants of j
Caldwell had triad to purchase their j
flour from the millmen of this valley
but could not do so without paying
the mill all they could sell it for at
tail, thereby losing the freight
flour rotai]s at the miJ1 for seven do!
j lars> the merohant
cannot sell it for
H this statement is correct,
would seem that an effort had been
made to choke the merchants of Cald
well out of the flour trade, or force
them into collision with the farmers.
more.
Again, I have been told that farmers
in the valley came to Caldwell and
gaged their flour; then went to the mill
men and tried to make arrangements
for grinding their wheat, and the best
the m Ilmen would do was to give one
dollar per bushel for wheat, pay mont to
be made in flour at seven dollars per
barrel. This the farmer could not do
without placing himself in the same
position the Caldwell merchant would
have occupied—the loss of freight. If
the above statement is correct, is it not
time the farmers of this valley
taking some steps toward the erection
of a mill at Caldwell P The money
be had; the machinery can be had; the
man can be found to put it in motion.
F aimers, will you go to work, incor
porate, and start it?
en
were
can
T. H. Callaway.
THE RAILROAD MEBTHfQ.
The business men and citizens gener
ally did not turn out as well as was ex
pected. Messrs. J. H. Bush and J.
Brumback, the Boise City committee,
and Hon. Homer Stull, the right of
way attorney of the Oregon Short Line,
were present, Tuesday night, but the
cold
thusiasm in Caldwell. About a dozen
citizens were present, but a«
appeared likely to come, the Boise gen
tlemen returned to their hotel and the
meeting was declared off.
The next afternoon, Messrs. Bush
and Brumback went among the business
men with a subscription paper, stating
the amount raised would be applied to
the purchase of the right of way from
It was still a pretty cold day
and the result of their work
no more
Caldwell.
was a guar
antee of only $155. The list was left
with Charles H. Rsed for future effort.
A METHODIST CHURCH.
//
Presiding Elder Grannig, of the Meth
odist church, held a business meeting
on Sunday night, when steps
taken towards building a house of
ship. The Church Extension fund will
give $600 and the Chaplain McCabe
fund $250 if the society will raise $750.
To do this Messrs. Greer, Conning and
McConnell were appointed to solicit
aid and will soon begin work.
There "111 be little difficulty in rais
ing the amount and it will not be long
before the Methodists of Caldwell will
possess a handsome church building.
were
wor
Harkis' Seed Catalogue foe 1884 .
" We are in receipt of a handsomely
illustrated Catalogue of Farm, Garden
and Fiower seeds, from Joseph Harris,
Moreton Farm, Rochester, N. Y. If
will bo sent free to any reader of The
Caldwell Tribune who sends his
her name to Mr. Harris as above. Mr.
Harris is
or
a large farmer and seed
grower and a well-known agricultural
writer. He gives very full directions
for cultivation that are well worth
reading. Send for hia catalogue. We
havs used his seeds for several
years
and oan confidently recommend them.
They are warranted fresh, pure and
good, or money refunded.
FERSOWLI..
Mr, R. p. Waddell went to Weiser
Monday.
Messrs. Bush, Brumback andStul'.of
Boise City, were in the city on Wed
nesday.
Mr. B. G. Riggs, son of Col. H. C
Riggs, and a fine young
in the city Wednesday, and called on
Tue Tribüne. Hope he'll come again.
Mr. W. C. Carpenter, local agent at
Ogden for McNamara & Duncan, im
porters and wholesale dealers in wines,
liquors, cigars, etc., Omaha, was in the
city on Thursday. This was Mr. Car
penter's second visit to Caldwell,
first was during October. Since then
both have made great progress; he has
got married and Caldwell has become
the best town in Idaho.
on
man, too, was
His
BOISE CITY ITEMS.
Homer Stnll has been admitted to
practice by the supreme court.
The ice crop has been stored and the
dealers are happy, says the Democrat.
Jacob Clemens, the incestuous brute,
was held in $2,000 bail, and is in jail in
default.
Judge Kelly leaves home this morn
ing for the East; having-been designat
ed by President Arthur as one of the
committee to visit the United States
Mint at Philadelphia and be present at
the annual assay to take place on the
Pith ins f . Mrs. Kelly and Miss Annie
K«lly will accompany the Judge on the
trip.— Statesman, 5th.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to Humphrey &
Gwinn, successors to Shainwald Bros.
& Co., are requested to settle their ac
counts at once and save trouble and
costs.
All having claims, bills, etc., against
presont'theusatne' na ^ ure ' please
.
HUMPHREY & GWINN.
An Old Friend.— Who of us does
not enjoy greeiing an old friend, espec
ially when we can congratulate him on
looking well! It is with some such foel
wo welcome to our table
\ icK s Floral Guide, which comes to
us dressed in the neatest and most ele
gant cover that enterprising house has
ever issued. To every lover of garden
work we commend, in the heartiest
possible manner, this beautiful and ex
ceedingly practical publication. There
is not a flower or a vegetable grown
that is not illustrated in it, and"some
valuable advice given as to how to how
to raise and care for them. Besides all
this, the book contains a charming
colored plate of flowers, one contain
ing a collection of vegetables, ami a
third^ shows a specimen of Vick's Ex
tra Early Potato. Vick presented this
hloral Guide (how appropriate the
title I) to all his last year's customers
a Christmas present, and to all
others at the low of 10 cents, and tells
such that they can deduct the cost of it
from their first order for seeds. To our
farmer friends, to every market gar
dener, and those who merely garden
for pleasure, we say—Get Vick's
Floral Guide, of James Vick, Roch
ester, N. Y.
as
REAL ESTATE.
Parsons 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
cated in the business portion of the
city, either with or without improve
ments, and which can be secured
reasonable terms. Give them a call.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
AND SALE OF BUSINESS.
The partnership heretofore existing
between D. L. Waterbary and W. D.
Wood, under the firm name of Water
on
by
me - D. L. Watehbdrt.
This is to give notice to all whom it
may concern that I have sold the busi
ness of butchering carried on by the
above firm formerly and later by me to
R Sage, for whom' I solicit the patron
age of all my old customers.
D. L. Waterbdry.
Caldwell. Idaho, January l,'l884.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE
For IS SI Is an elegant book of ISO pages, 3
(. of oven Flairs oj Flowers and Vegetables,
and more than 1,000 Illustrations of the
choicest Flowers. Plants and Vegetables, and Di
rections for growing. ItJ Is handsome enough for
the Center Table or a Holiday Present. Send
your name and postofflee address, with 10 cents,
and I will send you a copy, postage paid. This is
not a quarter of Its cost. It Is printed In both Eng
llsh and German. If you afterwards order
deduct the 10 cents.
on
ds,
VICK S SEEDS ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD
The Floral Guide will tell you how to get and
them.
Vick's Floteer and Vegetable Garden— 176
Pages, 6 Colored Plates. 600 Engravings. For 60
cents in paper covers; $1.00 in elegant cloth. In
German or English.
Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine—3 J
Pages: a Colored Plate lu every number and many
fine Engravings. Price, $1.25 a year; Five Copies
for $5.®0. Specimen Numbers sent for 10 cenU; 8
trial copies for 26 cents.
grow
James Vick
Rochester, N. Y.
For Rent
T HE FIXE FARM known as "Jackson's Ranch"
Mithin one-fourth of a mile of Mountain Home
station, consisting of 820 acres of good land, well
watered. *i Ids is one of the best farms la Idaho
aud wl 1 be leased for one <
reasonable terms. Apply to
THE IDAHO & OREGON LAND IMP'T CO.,
__ Cal dwell.
two years on very'
Dissolution of Partnership.
HOHE Firm of Froraan * Powell le this day dla
J, solv.d by mutual consent. The business will
be conducted by G. W. Proman. All liabilities ol
the old firm are assumed bv O tv. Froraan, and all
debts due the llrm will be paid
him.
G. W. FROM AN.
E. M. POWELL.
Caldwell, Idaho, January' 21, 1884.
7-10
Burton & Brown,
ATTORNEYS,
Will bo found at Leggett's Hotel, where
they will do all kinua of Collecting and
Conveyancing. Real Estate list
sold on commission, llotiaea to rent
and lots for sale. Call and see us.
and
Boise City Eclipsed
By
Humphrey & Gwinn
Dealers in
General Merchandise.
Large stock os Groceries, Boots and Shoe«. Hat» ami Caps. and a complete Hue of Oeuf, ir.irnl.hine
Goods just receive.) from the East. * YurBWhlng
flit Largest anil Best Assailed Stock of Dry Goads and Notii
Ever brought to th. territory, which will be sold
at bottom prices.
Come One, Come All, and See for Yourselves.
Howard Sebrëe Co.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Bain Wagons and Agricultural Imple
ments,
AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS.
\
-A-lso Agents for tin©
Finest Bottled Beer
in -A_m©riO£t.
Sole Agents for the Continental Oil and Transportation Co.
Caldwell,
Idaho.
The Sporting Saloon
OF CALDWELL.
POLITICAL HEADQUARTERS.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS OF GOODS WILL BE PASSED OVER
THE BAR, •
SCOn MYERS,
Proprietor.

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