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♦ Entered at tbe Poetofflce at Caldwell, Idaho Territory, for Transmission as Second Class Matter. — CALDWELL, IDAHO TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1884. VOL. I. NO. 13. The Caldwell Tribune Is Published Every Saturday at Caldwell, Idaho Territory, BY W. J. CUDDY. OFFICE, 509 MARKET AVENUE. StJBSCIUPTION: $3.00 One Year.... 81* Months... Ttiree Months. 1.00 1.00 Single Copy, Ten Cents. ) B3T*Advertislng rates given on applica tion. Tenders his professional services to the citi tens of Caldwell and Boise valley. Office at Cox & Martin's drug store. OFFICE HOUR-! from 9 a. m. till 4 p. m. A. F.1SHAM, M. D„ Physician and Surgeon ' CALDWELL, IDAHO. Authorized Surgeon, O.S.L.R.R. Office at the C ddwell Hotel. ) L.DANFOHTH.M.D M Physician and Surgeon, Has pe Caldwell, rmanently located In the town of promptly to all nails, day or night, In his profession. I also have a good assortment of drugs and patent, oiedicines at Danielson's store. y locate I attend and wil * Attorney at Law AND NOTAIIY PUBLIC, CALDWELL, Office next door to Town Co. 's Office. IDAHO. Burton & Brown, ATTORNEYS, Will be found at Leggett's Hotel, where they «ill do all kinds of Collecting and Convoyant iug. Real E -täte Its ed and sold on commission. Houses to rent and lots for sale. Call and see us. 3. M. KINO. C. IX. WALSH. KING & WALSH, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW. Notary public and Commissioner for Oregon In office Special attention given to practice in United States Land Office. Loans negotiated and collections promptly attend ed to. OFFICE OVER SIIAINWAI.D'S STORE. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Waddell & Conning * ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Job Work neatly and promptly done. Estimates ferr ished on shortest notice. Inquire at Cox & Martin's drug store. CALDWELL Corral, G. W. Wootan, Prop'r. 1 |3T*Tfsma ptven the best of care ami «utlafactlon Rtiaranteed. HILL & ALLEN are the BOSS / House and Sign Painters & Paper Hangers. CARRIAGE PAINTING A SPECIALTY. "Good Work and Low Ratet" Is our motto. CALDWELL, (P. O box (15) IDAHO. S. MOB, Practical Watchmaker and , Jeweler. FRONT AVENUE, AI,DWELL Repairing at d oleanirg donu in a firsl-slass manner. IDAHO. I utr Howard Sebree Co., AGENTS FOR THE Bain Wagons and Ag ricultural Imple ments. AND WHOLESALE OltOCEIiS, LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS. Also Agents for tlie Finest Bottled Beer in .Armorica,. Sole Agents for the Continental Oil and Transportation Co. Caldwell, - Idaho. Boise City Eclipsed By Humphrey & Gwinn Dealers in General Merchandise ool and Shoes. Hat#and Caps, and a complete line of Gent'» Furnishing Goods Just received from the East. Large stock os Grocer The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Dry Goods and Notions Ever brought to the territory, which will be sold at bottom prices. Come One. Come All. and See for Yourselves. The Caldwell Tribune We Can Print Upon Short Notice is now prepared to do All Kinds of Job printing in a Neal anil Speedy Manner. Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bd) Heads, Statements, Envelopes, C.roulai? , Price Lists, Dodgers, Ball Programmes, Ball Tickets, M jal Tickets, Milk Tickets, Pool Chocks, Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Funeral Cards, Business Cards, Invitations, Bills of Fare, Bonds, Logal Blanks, Receipts, Chocks, Drafts, In fact, EVERYTHING Dossil la to print Can be Done. Wo have an Elegant New StandarD Job Press, Probally the Finest Piece of Machinery in Idaho territory. A Paragon Paper Cutter la another piece of furniture that we know has not a superior. Job Type is from the well known foundry of Barnhart Bros., Chicago. Orders by Mail Will Receive Prompt Attention. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. I Address, W. J. CUDDY, Caldwell Tribune. Caldwell, Idaho. THE NEWS. Incidents and Accidents. The remains of G m. Ord were buried with mi'itary honors at Washington on the 29th u\t. F.vu widows of victims of the West Ltisenring (Pa.) coal disaster have be gun suit for $15,000 damages each. A new m jtor has been announced— "The Triple Thremis Motor, vapor of carbon furnishes the motive power. The white manufacturers of San Fran cisco locked out 3,500 oigarmakers on the 3J. They propose to substitute 2,600 whites. The stockmen's convention at Sweet water, Texas, passed a resolution fav ing the division of the state of Texas and Fort Worth as the capital of the new state. Frees dispatches from a number of points in Northern Dakota on the 3d state March came in with a blizzard that throws all previous ones of the year into insignificance. A Montres! dispatch of a late date says: Immigrants, ill-clad and in a state of starvation, have been arriving here lately and are a pitiable sight, wandering through the streets with scarcely clothing enough to cover their nakedness. S. P. Davit, cf San Francisco, passed through Chicago on tbe 3J, en route to Afi ica, in charge of the largest ship ment of mining machinery ever known to railroaders. To carry it a special train of box cars of 20,000 pounds capa city was necessary from San Francisco to New York ; from New York it goes to London, Capetown, and a small port on tbe Indian ocean; thence it will be taken 171 miles over a sand desert to The the newly discovered gold mines in South Africa. The cost of shipping this maoliaery was $100,000. A Lafayette (led.) dispatch of the2J says: Some time since a young man named Geary accidentally shot himself, it was thought the case was one of sui cide, and the authorities of the Catholic church, of wtith deceased was a mem ber, refused, under direction of Bishop Devenger, to allow the body to be bur ied in the church cemetery. The father of young Geary sought redress in the courts and defeated the church author ities. The body cf the young man was interred in the cemetery, and to-day the elder Geary was oil!dally excommuni cated and the ground declared desecrat ed so long as the body of the young Geary remained iu the cemetery. A dispatch from Missoula on the 4th says: The second section of the east bound freight train last night, with a snow plow in front, while going at the rate c f 30 miles an hour, ran into the first section while the latter had halted at Jocko without displaying the lignai light. The caboose, in which nine mon were Helping, was split from end to end throwing the men in every direction. A'l were hurt more or less, and two, John Baker, a brakeman, and Wm. Cerloss of St. Paul, were fatally burned by the escaping steam. The two cars further in front were telescoped. The engineer and fireman saved themselves by jumping. Political Matters. The California republican convention will be held at Oakland April 30-h. The New York republican committee decided to call tbe state convention to meet at Utica on April 23d. The Nebraska republican convention will be held at Lincoln, May 1st. Be sides electing delegates at large to the national convention, it will nominate presidential electors. Criminal Notes. A Chinese opium den in New York was raided on the 1st. Prentiss Teller, money clerk of the Pacific express company at Sc. Louis, walked off with $75,000 on the 3J, and neither man nor money has been heard of since. Wm. Moore (colored) was hanged at Franklin, La., on the 26ch, for the mur derofa Chinaman last spring. After Moore had been banging half a minute it was discovered the rope was too long and the feet of the culprit rested on the floor. He was raised to tbe platform, the rope shortened and the trap again sprung. He died of strangulation. Last Saturday afternoon Oliver Lane, wife and child, arrived at Perkins, Da kota, from Iowa, and drove out to his claim a few miles distant. When he reached the shanty a man jumped out of the door, struck Lane and his wife with an ax and then brutally kicked tbe child. This done, he ran ofi and has not boon soon siuue. Lane badly wounded, crawled on his hands and knees a mile to a neighbor's and told the occurrence. It is believed all three will die. Foreign News. A bust of Longfellow was unveiled at London on the 1st. The illness of Minister Hunt termin ated fatally and bis funeral services oc curred last Tuesday. The English government has decided to send a courteous dispatch to America relative to the action of Americans in countenancing and assisting the dyna miters. A black bag "made of American cloth," containing forty-five packages of dynamite and tbe works of an Amer ican clock, has been found iu a London railway station. The United States government is pressing its claim against Spain (or $193,000, tbe balance of the awards due on account of American losses duiiug the rebellion in Cuba, and also for $6, 000,000 for the estates embargoed dur ing the same period and not restored to :hjir American owners. Personalities. Mrs. Langtry has deoid.d not to go to Australia. Eugene C. Gunnison, ef Cheyenne, business manager cf a live stock paper, suicided on tbe 3 J. The widow of John Brown, of Har per's Ferry notoriety, died in San Fran cisco on tbe 29 th. The president will probably appoint Miss L zzie Nutt postmistress at Union town, Pa. She has written him a touch ing letter, and while she d tes nota lude to nor pa t troubles, he is fully cogni zant cf them. Intelligence has been received of the death of Marshall T. Polk, late state treaeurer of Tennessee, in East Nash ville on the 29 th. He had been ill (or some days, but his death was unexpect ed. Ha was lying on the bed talking as usual to his family, having been up and down all day, and apparently in the same health as f.r s avérai weeks. His family haidly knew wl ea he died. His son, James Folk, saw his arm (all and went to him and found he was dead. Death occurred from heart disease. The National Capital. The public debt was decreased 92, 582 687 in February. Silver dollars to the amount of $126, 822,399 are held in the treasury and mints. A protest of the iron and steel manu facturers and iron ore producers against the Morrison tariff bill, signed by 322 firms and companies and representing twenty-one states, has been sent every senator and representative in congress. A DKSVEltATK tUIMISAL. The press dispatches of the 1st give details of a desperate affair in the Illin ois penitenti try on that day. A desperate assault was made upon John McDon ald, deputy warden, the assassin being the notori ous Frank Rande. Deputy McDonald, In going the rounds, entered the collar shop, waere Rand« works. As Is customary, McDonald stopped at th« desk of Keeper Madden to receive his report. While the deputy was talking with the keeper, Rande snapped his linger at his keeper and raised his hand, giving the sign for a request to go to the closet. Madden nodded his assent, and resumed his conversation with the deputy, whose back was turned to Rande. The keeper also turned his back to Rande to give an order to another convict. In stantly Rande, who was crossing the room, picked up a heavy Iron poker three feet long and rushad upon Deputy McDonald, striking him with all his force, smashing In his tkull. Deputy McDonald dropped senseless. Rande shouted, "I have killed the son-at last, ' ' and drew a Urge knife. Keeper Madden rushed upon Rand« and received a terrible gash upon the arm, but held Kande until two life convicts— Demolin and Xoab— came to bis assistance, and Kande was hurled vio lently to the floor. Hearing the alarm the as deputy warden, Garvin, and Keeper Xd. McDon ald, brother of the attacked deputy, rushed in. Convict Roab was on top of Rande and had hla (Rande's) life nearly choked out of him when Gar vin ordered him off. Roab begged to be allowed to choke him to death. Rande arose, staggered tow ard the door, made a quick lunge, grabbing a knife on a table, and turned desperately and attacked Deputy Oarvln, who broke a heavy cane over Ramie's head, cutting him terribly. Pulling a re volver, Garvin shot Rande In the side and them grabbed the convict by the throat, and while held-. Ing him thus Deputy McDonald frantically drew a revolver, placed the muzzle at Rande's right ear, and tired. Rande dropped. Deputy McDonald's crushed terribly The skull was removed, leaving the brain exposed two Inches long. He will the heed t skull die. Ramie was long unconscious. On recovery he said: "I Jesus Christ, and was sent to rid this prison of that cruel deputy. 1 think 1. hare done it. I left a broad trail oi blood all the way to the prison when I came here. To do nine men; this makes my tenth." Deputy Garvin says the responsibility cl McDonald's death rests upon the jury which sent Rande to the penitentiary Instead of hanging him. During the terrible »trug-, g!e the convicts behaved admirably.. >, 1 kil'cd.