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A 4 11 : (I I . jj ■%' ; as Second Class Matter. Katar«*«! al the Voilofllrs at Caldwell, Idaho Terril» îor Transuilsslo C ALDW ELL, IDAHO TERKITORV, SATURDAY, APRIL 2(î, 1884. VOL. I. NO. 20. The Caldwell Tribune Is Published Every Saturday at Caldwell, Idaho Territory, BY W. J. CUDDY. OFFICE, 509 MARKET AVENUE. SUBSCRIPTION: . Ç.1.00 One Tear. Six Months. Three Months... 1,60 l.w Single Copy, Ten Cents. } E'sT'AdvertisIng rates given on applica tion. CHARLES H. LEE, i JS., Tenders his professional services to the clti tens of Caldwell and Boise valley. Office at Cox & Martin's drug store. OFFICE HOUR* from 9 a. m. till 4 p. ra. John 31. Lam n, Boise City, I. T. Crias. n. Bred, Caldwell, I. Ï. A 9 Lawyers, REAL ESTATE, ■I Front Avenue, next door to Town Com pany's Office, a Calciweil, E. T. Beal Estate Transfers made on reasonable terms. All kinds of Conveyances carefully and correctly drawn. Special Atten'lon Givan to Cüllectlo.is. NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. J. 21. KING. C. II. 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 SIIAIN WALD'S STORK. IIOISK CITY, IDAHO. J. H. Joslin, Deputy County Surveyor. Office with ke*d A Lamb, CALDWELL, IDAHO. Location of Ranrhes and Local Ditch work will rive especial attention. Woik done promptly and reasonable terms. i ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Job Work neatly and promptly done. Etimato? fnn idled i.u shortest notice. Irqr.i.o at C >x & Martin's drug store S. MOB, IPrecoLioaJ Watchmaker and Jeweler. FRON r AVENUE, O non in .« Little's Drug Store, IDAHO. CALDWELL Rop.viring ard cloamt g done in a flrst-slass manner. I It/ CALDWELL HOTEL CALDWELL ABA COUNTY, IDAHO. Thi? house has all tho conveniences rf a First Class H del and is located in Iho business center of tho city of Caldwell, ooposite the depot. It is a first-class Fami y Hotel. R ioms to let by the week or day. The tablo will bo su, - pMi d with the best-tho market affords. None but a C at Wliit© Cooks <mployed, and tho very host moals at til hours. G. D. REED LADY, (Fanerai Managers. 10 22 CALDWELL. CALDWELL, by virtue of ils un quak'd location with reference to the great funning, slock growing and him bering districts of Idaho and Eastern Oregon, is destined to be the commercial center of all the vast region between Hull hake and Portland. Caldwell is situated in the heart of the most populous and wealthy valley in Idaho, with other settled valleys near and with such an immense scope of arable land adjacent yet to be taken to insure on agricultural merit atone a city within five years of ten thou-and souls. As the mines of Colorado arc tributary to Denver and those o f Utah to Salt Lake, | so will those of the middle northwest be tributary to Caldwell, bccause*geography and rail and wagon routes are with us. j Caldwell is beautiful for situation, j possesses one of the best climates in the \ , . world, the right kind of people to insure the fostering of instilutioes and enter- ; prises which are calculated to make life \ worth living for—hence will be an al- i : J , j tractive home. HI- are here because wc believe all the [ above and wc want thousands of others j to come and share with us the inevitable | fruits of a good, earnest fight for the \ development of Idaho and the commer cial, social and political supremacy of ('aid writ. THAT TEMPERANCE PETITION. Fev. L A Banks, of Boise City, has gotten up a petition whosa o* j net is the regulation of the liquor traffic by tho legislature. Ha asks us to comment ou and wo duel fully comply. Prohibition does uot prohibit. Seo Maine, Kansas and Iowa. High i ;enso works no benefit to any one or anything hut the fund that re ceives the money. A few saloons will closed, but their custom gots to the saloons that aie open. L icsl option is uot a rerni dy. If the county votes against the salb of 1 q ior, Loos anybody think iho sale of liquo, will be stopped? Because there cau be prohibition, there cau bo no effect iu local option law. An act of tho legislature cannot gov tho appetite. If a man wants a • drink he will get it, in spite of all the laws that may ba enacted High license sounds well, but where it has been Ir.ed the number of cases of drunkenness has not diminished. Ne braska has a high license Jaw, and in Omaha, the largest city in the state, a saloon license costs $1,000 a year. Wo think our friei da Crawford, of the Soda Springs Herald and Allen, of tho Sho shone Journal, both direct from that city, will boar us cut iu the aserliou that there never was so in ich drunken ness and criminal "cussuuness" guaor ally there as there s now. Tuis is not a good result of high ikouso of a few jours' duration. New, Mr. Biliks, if you want to d i cffou'ivo temperance—not prohibition, mind you a oik, begin wit*« the gener ation grow! g up about you. Teach them the evil itlocts <f using iutoxi ants. Lit the el 1 sinners atone; they arc beyond redemption any way. Bon Lincoln is iikely to bo the re public in daik lioiso. There is a unan imity f >r him f jr vice president that will probably put him at tho hoad of the tien t when the convention gels tired wrangling l UK B use City bnugo is iikely to cost more lor caro ami repairs than the Child veil bridge's cost of construction. The commissioners allowed last week overtime hundred dollars for those purposes. Blaine apooais to be carrying every republican convention in the land. Personal. returned from the east yes Robert IS. Strain terday. John W. PengUee •ample« Charles H. Reed dropped In from Boise Thursday night and returned there yesterday. Col. H. C. Wallace Is at Bohc, attending the etlng. bore Thursday, with his democratic terrltorlsl central committee Mrs. Robert E. Strahoru is In Denver, attending sister who is very 111. She will return to Cald well In a few eeki. W. II. Nye and wife and Mrs. Curtis, of Boiee ty. were In Caldwell Sunday, the guetls of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gwinn. F.. Lane, superintendent of bridges, Union lu Caldwell Thursday, Icoklng i the branch l'acide railway, the site of the proposed crossing road. Frank Craig, of Camden, Ohio, nephew c f Frank Coffin, accompanied that gentleman on his re turn fr«*m the east, and will assist In.the btrdwai buslnesi htre. Job Printing. Business.« C «rds. VVi (1 (nisi C «rds. I. gal Blanks. IV-ters. J).>dg rs. Programmes. K-copts. Pamphlets. Brims. Bill Heads. I. au r H' :v Is. St ate monts. F in-t al Cards. W tiding Stationery. Ann vats an Cards. Nil II a.-.di. Envelope?. M~tal l ickots. Milk Tickets. Pool Check.'. Conductors' Checks. Circulars. * P Hoards. Tags. E c etc. etc. Call at The Calwhell Tribune printing cilice, i r at dress W . J. Cuddy, in tb* Caldwell, Idaho postoffi ;o April 2(J> mii direcU)d lo th ' e traok ; iying gang under Col. Way : Ban'S™red ^ iert Caldwell, 1 ialio, for prices. Advertised Letters. List of adver.i.od letters remaining A aral* Jaaicapt 2 Brodrlck W E Ulus Cl as Ore.-orle o Haamjtrnl Fll»« 2 HempliHe John F Ian capita llustaa Johnson Nels N Kelly James Ktlberg Martin -Klmlccik John Lank-rl 'i aakop 2 McGllhvry Oh- s Fred 2 <)*DonnHI John Pregtulmo All AViiteudof J C J Yliseia Ma Hi I notes lid for in thirty days they will bj sent to the d ad letter olfl *o. T T Dan'II.son. P.wmastcr Gould Danl Hannon Jas B i^iTnsoii m s h 0,u,Mm J' Kelly L O Kole.'ier Jap? es in Win A Melxxl Vat hall 2 N.«ville \ incenzl O'll-rn Mlchad Peace (J Wppo Win alow G V Vlu.ka a Ellxs2 Forwarding and Com mission. F. R. Coffin & Bro., Caldwell, Idaho, have esta dished a general forwarding and coin mi i slon business, and will pay c'a «rges and f irward ail goods con signed Care P. R. C, & Bro., Caldwell, I. I. Warehouse on O. S L. Track. To the Boarding Public, as well as the Public ia general, that the now run by the undersigned, will cater to the wants of all who will give him a call. MEALS AND LOWEST RATES BEST iu town. LOUIS RUEBELMANN Market Avo., bet K mball & Morse S'?. Bound to Goods Warranted as Represented. Lowest Prices ! Good Work ! J. L. Ballard, Pioneer S'ioo and Harness Shop at Caldwell, I. T. Boots and Shoe? made . ... Order Ut Short N«»liCrt. KtJpHinncr neatly done. Just rccoivid a c inp'eto uow stuck of L ist?, M «cl i e«, ana Ev erything in tnat lino. I . m. loy only tho best workmen and charge mvsons b'o. It will pay you well to examine my goods bifjro purchasing elsewhere. Market fivenue—Sign of the Big Boot. I A. F IS1IAM M.I>. K. A III Li'S. M. D. Drs. Isham & Chiles, A of Oiego Short Line Rtilroad. office Ini* ramm £ I.lttle's Drug Store. Surge« OaJclwell. IdaAio. /A Oaldwelli Idalao. 5 S. The Haskell ITouso is the best hotel In CddwoJL It Is pleasantly situated on Front We have a nrst class cook, licnco we nave nrat Charges reasonable. Come nil and give us a call. avenue in the upper poriion of town, class meals served at all times. D By ■imphrey & Gwinn • "I! Dealers in I I B Large stock of 'iroccrlcss, Boos and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and a complete line of Gent's Furnishing Goods just received from the Eaat. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Dry Goods and Notions Ever brought to tho territory, which will be sold at bottom prices. Come One. Come AN, and See for Yourselves. 5 •9 PKOPRETORS OF grraj a rj In Caldwell. Finest Brand of Goods in the Territory. ■ 0 Hmm a Caldwell Market. We Keep Fresh Beef, Mutton, Port Poultry, Butler, Eggs VEGETABLES, ETC. Orders along tho lino of Rai road scli died. Address PICARD & MILLER, Caldwell Idaho. 5 Cox& Martin, Druggists, Front Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho Dealt rs lu FRESH DRUBS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, COAL OIL, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES. Pure Wines ami Liquors for Medicinal purposes. ÜL' Particular attention gl\ tcrlptlons. to Physician» pre Caldwell, Idaho, Dealers in Native and Chicago 9 SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, LATH, SHIN GLES, LIME, HAIR, BUILD ING PAPER, MIXED PAINTS, ETC., ETC. (LÎT'AVe guarantee to undersell Boise deal ers from 15 to 2» per cent, in all building l>v i;g. Bring vour old bills material rarr! along and UNDERTAKING. Coffins on hand and nimmed at short F J Huntington. notice by The Idaho and Oregon Land Im provement Company. « Owners of Townsl'es 2nd Clioloo Lands Along Iho Oregon Siurt Lino. ..President A. CALDWELL. Robert e. strahurn .Vice Pres., and Oou'l Manager S. B. JONES. UUCill C. WALLACE. • Treasurer •Secretary Capita! Stock, S5G0.C00. LOTS for sale In Halley^. Shoshone, Moun tain Home. Caldwell and Payette at from $25 to ■'• IDO each, for cash or on long time. Special inducements to those who will make valuable improvements. LANDS for sale or lease in tract« of from 10 to 1,000 acres. All adjacent to the above town sites and selected with special refer ence to fertility, ease of irrigation and a wide range of productions. WATER for sale or lease tn any quantity desired and on liberal terms. We own sonic of the most valuable water rights and canals in Idaho and have UHcqualed facilities for furnishing water for power, irrigation or domestic use within a reasonable distance of our town sites. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.—We arc hero to build up Idaho and the Northwest (be lieving wc wllf reap our share of the benefits to accrue) and to that end arc ready to ex tend any reasonable assistance or induce ment to interest capita! and labor with us. When you «nine to Idaho call at one of our offices for valuable information or address us at either HAILEY or CALDWELL. Foi* Rent npHE FINE FARM known as "Jackson's Ranch* 1 within one-fourth of a mile of Mountain Homo station, consisting of 820 acres of good laud, well watered, 'lilts is one of (he best farms In Idaho and wl I be leased for one or two years on very reasonable terms. Apply lo THE IDAHO A OREGON LAND IMT'T CO., Caldwell.