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; - i is CM 113 Ik* I It ?; <^ fn 'a ) Ei ter*d attl e Post office at Caldwell, Idaho Territory, tor Tran*mlsslon Second Class Matter. CALDWELL, IDAHO TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884. VOL. I. NO. 21. The Caldwell Trions ' < Is Published Every Saturday at Caldwell, Idaho Territory, BY W. J. CUDDY. OFFICE, 509 MARKET AVENUE. SUBSCRIPTION: .p5.no On« Year.... Six Month«.... Three Months. 1 50 i.oo Single Copy, Ten Ceuta. ) ^"Advertising rates given on applica tion . ( ». I Tenders hl« professional services to the clti aens of Caldwell and Boise valley. Office at Cox & Martin's drug store OFFICE IlOUIt^ f rou , 9 ;t . m . till 4 p.m. JohnM. Lamb, Boise City, I. T, Chas. II. Krkd, Caldwell, I. Ï. REED & H 9 Lawyers, ) BEUL ESTATE, Comeyaraiii and GoIIectioa Oil Front Avenue, next door to Town Com pany's Office, Caldwell, t. T. Real Estât,' Transfer« made on rcasonubln terms. All kinds of Conveyances carefully and correctly drawn. Special Atten lon Gina to C:l!ectio.*.s. NOTART PUBLIC IN OFFICE. J. M. KING. c. n. WAi.sii. KIRS & WALSH, ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW Notary public and Commissioner for j Dregon in office Special attention given to practice in United States Land Office. Loans n-zotluted and collections promptly attend ed to. OFFICE OVER SHAINWALD'S STORE. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. J. H. Jcsiin, Deputy County Surveyor. Office with Used *t Lamb, CALDWELL, . IDAHO. Location of Hauches and Local Ditch work will receive especial attention. Work done promptly and on reasonable term*. Waddell & Conning ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Job Work iiontly and prtmpVly dono Eltini»l<jM fort i'h"d • n ehorust notioa. laqui'e at C >x & Marlin'» dri'g stnre S. MOB, Praotioal Watchmaker and Jeweler. FRON T AVENUE, Gramm A Little** Drug Store, IDAHO. CALDWELL Ropuiring and oleanu g done in a first-i lass mani er. Htf CALDWELL HOTEL, CALDWELL, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO. This house has all tho ror.vat.ioncos rf a First Class Hotel and is located in the bueinosi'. center ofthe city of C ildweii, ooposiu tho depot. It is a tirs!-. dass Family Hôte'. R mms to *et by the week or day. The table will be sup plied wil h tho best tho market affords. None but W.tiite Cooks employ«d, and the very best monls at oil hours. G. D. REED & LADY. General Managers. 10 12 CALDWELL. 'n CALDWELL, by virtue of ils un qualed location with reference to the great fanning, stock growing and lum bering districts of Idaho and Eastern Oregon, is destined to be the commercial center of all the vast region between salt Lake 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 scojw of arable land adjacent yet to be Iahen to insure on agricultural merit alone a eity within five years of ten thousand souls. As the mines of Colorado are tributary to Denver and those of Utah to Salt Lake, so will those of the middle northwest be tributary to Caldwell, because geography and rail and wagon routes are with us. Caldwell is beautiful for situation, possesses one of the best climates in the world, the right kind of people to insure the fostering of inslilutiocs and enter prises which arc calculated to make life worth living for—hence will be an at tractive home. We arc here because we believe all the above and we want thousands of others to come and share with us the inevitable fruits of a good, earnest fight for the development of Idaho amt the commer cial, social and 2 >olitical supremacy oj Caldwell. SEEKING INFORMATION, Amen/; the many letters received by General Manager Strabo«* n was one fro 11 a gent lei Frcep.irt, Fa., aiklrg for Information. Ho writes: (l) I« there any cojJ and wood? (2) Is tbc water good? (3) 1« the l .ud rich an l will a!l kinds of grain and vegetal) cs grow? (4) How Is It lor stock raisi .g—have they to be fed or not In winter? (5) Is there any ope dig for business like mine (grocery)? (6) Is is kialthyV (7) Any ague? (8j Is the government laud all taken up? (9) Can any good land yet be taken und how? (IÖ) What Is land worth partly improved? (11) Are the schools got d? (1.) Are there any icair factories ol any kind? (13) Is there any guod opening now for any particular b islners? (14) Where Is the county sea;? (li) How large a la Caldwell? in (lb) What kind of pcop'e? (17) What kind of churches? (IS) Is the river navi gable? (19) Can there be houses rented? (10) What is the cost of lumber, coal and wood? (11) Is it expend ve place to live In? 1. There Is plenty of cokl aud wood. The coal is brought her« by the railroad company from Lock Spr'mrs. Wyoming. Wood Is cut from timber on the b »ttom lands. The brick manulactu'« dud difficulty Jn getting all they want. Coal is the general fuel. 2. The water, obtained at a depth of twenty-two feet, Is the purest In Idaho. 8. The sagebrush fand is the best farming land earth. All grain except the common Held corn yWda enormously. The nichts arc too cool for corn. 4. Stock has come through the winter In splendid condition aud Is now fatter than usual in Colorado la the fall. No winter feeding Is required. 5. No. 6. Yes, decidedly healthy, 7. Mo. 8, Nn. 9. Thousand« of acres, under Ilia homestead,pre emption, timber culture and desert cia m acts. 10. Write to Heed A Lamb, real e«Ute agents, for descriptions aud prices. 11. First-dais. 12. No. IS. Yes; a bank, a nil»!, a large diy goods store; In fact, there 1» room for almost any btulnoss, gro cery stoics and printing office* exempted. 14. IJoIsc City. 13. About 300 people. 18. I'rclly good. 17. Itupllst, Mt thrdist and Christian. 1«. Only for skiffs. 19. I/welling housus can be rented ai prises ranging from |1& per month upward. 20. Rough lumber, $32; dulslilug, JC5; coal, f U a ton; wood, a cord. 31. Not very, for Idaho. Flour, $7 a bbl; coffee, 29c; sugar, 12^c; bacon, 10c; ham, 19c; potatoes* 60c a cwt; rice, e*g*, 20c; canned goods. 26*360; fresh beef, lOalSc; fresh pork, 18c. The dumuuratiu lorritünul central cooumttoo last Saturday elected J. B. Oldham of Altuias aud J. M. Silcott of N.z I'efoo delegaios tu the miiional couveutiou. It is need ess, perhaps, to sny that a baler selection could not be made. j Mr. Geo. S. Biuelow, postmaster at Now Wcl or, 1ms been In tho posiolhco department at Washington as tho head of an important bureau for a number of J ile is an old iibWbpupor met. ye&rd. Mb. T. Ü. Callaway ha» been ap- j pointed justice of tho peace for this pit He will make a good officer. OlliUt. The placer mints on mo Suako will i 1 ; reotuve Still ) Uiu ntitll ntxt Wool*, 'luo 1 . . , . - J milling UUOU1 IS comm Slicing. j n.vnmn*. o . «.«««« u « [ CALU^LLL S UiibHUSS ba3 U6* 1 gun. Thu Manhattan company has ex cellent ground to work. I The youi g ticmuorni« of B >iso City have a vigorous olub. Thoy are aftix persimmons this fall. A man can t help fueling good in thfe climats. It is the healthiest on earth. Exchange Saloon, O BECKER & SIEDENEERG, Proprietors. FINEST BAR and Choicest LVi uors and Cigars Always on Hand. Give Us a Call. In Caldwell. QQ ! : Ü i i 1 «1 F. R. Coffin & Bro., Caldwell, Idaho, hsvs eslahl'abod « general forwarding nod count Is men business, umi will pay char» es anti forward a.i go d? con signed Care F. R. C, & Bro., Caldwell, 1. T. W».r«honp ?on O. S L. Trsck. Notice. To tfco Boarding Public, a« well as the Public iu general, that the I now run by the undersigned, will cater to the wants of all who will give him a call. MEALS AND LOWEST RATES in town. Market A VO., bot. EllttbAll & fOPSQ Slfl. LOUIS RUEBELMÄNN, Bound to Take the LEAD. Goods Warranted as Represented. Lowest Priced ! Good Work ! L Ballard, Pioneer Sboa and Harnrsa Shop at Caldwell, Î. T. Boots and S'u'os madu to order a.i Short N nice. Rjpairinu neatly done. Just received a c mp'ete now stock cf Last», Mad i .es, aua Ev erything in that lino. I »m.loyouly Uio best workmen aud charms reasona It wiil nay you well, to examino my goods before purchasing elsuwhcro. bio. > 0 , r il n- n i III SfuBl nV0f)U6-dljlfl GI (06 U10 COO, Notice of Sheriffs Stile. It \'virtue ot »" exeiutien issued out or th, Dlrrlci Court of the Second Judicial district, Idaho Territory, in a id f 1 the county of Alturae, dated tho twenty-eighth da" of April, ▲. 1 /. 1884, In a fennln «Piton m herein John A. Ton ns plain tiff recow red judgiui n-against W. K. Dxv.s, Ue feiidan t, for » be slim of O no Hu lid hm! and T*»» nly flvo*nd(>6 .00 Dollar b. and costs taxi «I at 26. <>u lh i* 28ih day of April. A I). 18», I have levied upon the t Mowing desc'ihed property, to-wit; Lot No.|< »ue In Klock No. One in the town of Caldwell, Ada county, feaho. Notice twenty-sixth of May, 188», atone o'clock p in. of that day, here!. y given that on Monday, the the «aid premise*. I will «ell all the right, title «nd Inte/ est of «aid W V. Davis, the deft n taut. In and to the above described properry, at public and best bidder to satisfy costs. Ion, fc r cash gold coin, to the highest •d cx/n'utlon and all I. L. TINER. Sheriff. By A. E. CALLAWAY, Deputy. 21-23 Caldwell, Idaho, May 3d, 1884. A. F. ISHAM M. D. K. CHILES,,M. D. Dps. Ishanr & Chiles, P h ysieia n s A * S u rgeons j I Surgeons of Oregon Short Line Railroad. Office iiuiramm A Little's Drug Store. Caldwell, Idsilio. ) p n Si [j CY, H Y li O ; . 1 , ZclSLl 2 .«C>. O aldwol S. S. DEMERS, Prop'r. The IT a shell House is the host hotel in CaMweJL It is pleasantly situated on Front avenue in the upper portion of town. We h ivo u ia*st*class cook, hence wc have nr&t dass meals served at all times. Charges reasonable. Conic all and give us a call. Boise City Eclipsed 13y Humphrey & GFwinn Dealers in B m y&yl ma IfSreflpmSwl i . • r-r s ' Ô. Large stock of 'vrccerlesa, Loos and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and a complete line of Gent's Fcrnlshlng Goods just received from the Ka-.t. ïlis Larges* sud Best Assorted Stock of Cry Goods and Notions Ever brought to the territory, which will be sold at bottom prices. Como One. Come Ail, and See for Yourselves. PAHY BROS •3 PROPKETORS OF H JfL Caldwell. Fine't Brand of Q-oods in tlie Territory. In Caldwell Market. Wo Keep Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pod, Pouttry, Butter, Eggs, ETC. VEGETABLES, Orders along the line of Raiiroad solioirnd. Address PICARD & MILLER, Caldwell, Idaho. Cox & Martin, Druggists, Front Avenue, Caldwell, Idaho Dva'tr* U l UESh DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, COAL OIL. BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, 1 I TOILET ARTICLES. Wine« and Liquors for Medicinal purposes Äxt' Particular attention given to Physician«' pre tcrlptlons. iv 0. J. WILBER & GO. Caldwell, Idaho, Dealsrs in Native and Chicago LUMBER 9 - SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, LATH, SHIN GLES, LIME, HAIR, BUILD MIXED 1NG PAPER, PAINTS, Ev'C., ETC. I. 0"We guarantee to undersell Boise deal er« Irom 15 to 2 > per oeut. in all building material .varrlf alum; and s«n. ! Uv !,«. vour old bills UNDERTAKING. . Da ZT&'3£ 4 Coffins on hand and i.iaimed at short F J. Huntington. notice by The Idaho and Oregon Land Im provement Company. Owaars of TornsKes :na Cbcici Laoij Along Ilia Orsjos Shirt Line. President A. CALDWELL. ROBERT U. STKAHOKN, .Vive Pres., and Gen'l Manager S. B. JONES IIUOU C. WALLACE.Seeretary Treasurer Capital Stack, $500,CCO. LOTS for snle InlTatley, Shoelione, Moun tain Home. Caldwell and Payette at from to $490 each, for cash or on long time. Special Inducements to those who will make valuable Improvements. «3 LANDS for sale or lease in tracts 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 In any quantity desired and on liberal terras. We own some of the most valuable water rights and canals In Idaho and have unequaled 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 we will reap our share of the benefits to accrue) and to that end are ready to ex tend any reasonable assistance or induce ment to interest capital aud labor with us. When you eomc to Idaho call at one of our offices for valuable information or address us at either HAILEY or CALDWELL. ForRent rpHE FINE FARM known as "Jackson's Ranch' 1 within one-fourth of a mile ol Mountain Home station, consisting of 820 acres of good land, well watered. 1 his 1» one of the best farms in Idaho and wi l he leased for one or two yeaxs ou very reasonable terms. Apply to THE IDAHO & OREGON LAND IMP'T OO.. On Id well.