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I (CD 1 ÏÏ 0 1 CD & g B* CD ■Vf w o o c+ W PU W 0 Q o o p i° Q 3 o s I CO tu % % s CO vV Q * f CD CD <3 Î# Q CD P E? I 3* -»• I I » W p S 1 (D F (D p p. H* P OQ K (D 4 0 F P g e+ 0 H> b) a «2 < ? H M (D P 0 p p p. 0) 0 (D 9 ■4 0 0 4 m (D 5 W o m rt ? O e O a H w M » O « S t» O 3 o a rf ►d 3 o 0 01 THE TRIBUNE, CALDWELL,* IDAHO, SEPT, 22, 1888, —Masonic dance the 28th inst. —Prof. Vine will give a concert to-night. —Eggs are scarcer than money in Caldwell. —Mrs. B. T. Young wn9 in town last Thursday. — Mr. Hannen is building an addition to the Iowa house. —Miss Florence Hartley has gone to Missouri on a visit. —Dave Weir and Philipp Clegg, of Jordan Valley, are in town. —0. S. Baker is in Boise City training horses for the coming fair. —Mrs. C. H. Sebree returned from Salt Lake City last Sunday. —Ladies, the place to get your ribbons and hand ker chiefs is at Gwinn's. —The W. C. T. U. will meet at Mrs. D. L. Badley's this evening at 7:30 o'clock. —J. H. Young, passenger agent of the Chicago & Northwestern, is in town. — F. L. Kellar and Riley Cox and their families have gone to Long Valley. —When in Gwinn's store aBk to see those handsome table scarfs and fancy towels. —Ladies' trimmed and untrim med hats, toboggans and Tam O'Shanters at Gwinn's. —Moe has put in a handsome new work bench. Great man for improvements, this Moe. -Prof. Vine is laboring with some twenty-five 'of Caldwell's songsters with good success. —Don't forget the lawn social at Mrs. Strahorn's next Tuesday even ing. A good time is promised. — E. J. Smith has purchased the ranches of Marion Vaughn and Geo. W. Wooten in Long Valley. —Brown & Martin, of the Ex change Saloon, have dissolved part nership. Martin continues the business. —The Caldwell Band dance has been postponed for a short time owing to the Masonic grand ball next Friday. —Half million dollars to loan on improved real estate on long time. Enquire at the Stock Growers and Traders Bank. —Five new Bain Wagons were pulled out of Sebree's implement house yesterday. The Bain is king in this country. —Some vilain of the deepest dye entered Rev. Gwinn's residence and stole his overcoat. There is no hope for a man who would steal an overcoat from a preacher. • —Capt. Packard and the rheu matism are having a rough and tumble bout. At last accounts the Captain was rather getting the best of the fight with the aid of a crutch. —Don't fail to attend the social at R. E. Strahorn's next Tuesday evening, the 25th inst. There will be word games, proverbs, grab bags, mind reading, recitations, music and ample refreshments. —Charles Neilson, who was thrown from a wild cayuse on Suc cor Creek, an account of which was given in last week's issue of this paper, was brought to his senses after being unconscious fifty-two hours, and is on the road to re covery. —To eradicate the poisons which produce fever and ague, take Ayer's Ague Cure. It cures without leav ing any injurious effect upon the system, and is the only medicine in existence which may be consid ered an absolute antidote for malaria. —I rise to remark that I have one of the finest stocks of drugs, patent medicines, liquors, etc., that can be found in this country. And I might add that I have these goods to sell and that I intend to sell them by offering them at the very lowest prices. A. F. Isham —Two open air concerts this week by certain philanthropic gen tlemen selling a panacea for all human aches and ills. One outfit being unable to sell any of their all-healing compound, sought to advertise it by giving it away. It is reported on good authority that it had a big run next day. —George H. Foster, one of the mail clerks on the Oregon Short Line service, called on The Tri bune last Thursday, Mr. Foster is a printer and consequently a gen tleman. He says that he can not imagine where the trouble lies in the mail service. The clerks have plenty time to do the work required of them, and he does not think any of them neglect it. Ile says there is positively no excuse for mail be tween here and Boise City miscar rying the way it is put up at pres ent, there being nothing to do but kick the sack off. By the way, it was through The Tribune's "kick" that the extra pouch between here and Boise was put on. As we said before, Foster is a gentleman, and m hope he will call again, A CROWS OF CAPITALISTS, O. Picard, Mrs. H. N. Oakes, A. M What the Caldwell B *f* Hare B om With Last Tear's Wagrs^ The first annual report of the Caldwell Building & Loan Asso ciation shows that enterprise to be in a very healthy and flourishing condition. This enterprise has probably done more good for Cald well already than any other one venture, and it has just barely entered upon its career of useful ness. The report shows the total number of stockholders to be thirty four. and the aggregate number of shares taken, 222. Following are the names of the stockholders. C. S. Scott, S. M. Coffin, R. E. Strahorn, M. B. Gwinn, Howard Sebree, P. J. Fahy, M. A. Roberts, S. D. Hartkopf, R. E. »filler, W. C. B. Allen, J. Hamm, P. A. Devers, D. D. Campbell, C. W. Cooper, C. Oakes, E. R. Strohecker, C. A. Hand, C, H. Sebree, C. H. Reed, W. S. Badley, I). L. Badley, H. W. Dorman, A. K. Steunenberg, J. S. Negley, Jr.,'J. H. Gwinn, D. F. Mackelburger, H. D. Blatchley, T. W. Wheeler, Frank Gibbon, Swain Beaty, Nancy J. Patten, F. R. Coffin & Bro. During the past year the assess ments or installments on the stock (which is $1 per month per share) amounted to $2,574. The member ship fee, which is twenty-five cents per share, amounted to $55.50. The fines for delay in paying in stallments amounted tô $12.05. The premiums paid for the privil ege of borrowing amounted to $106, while the interest on loans foots up $133.85. Thus the entire receipts for the year were $2,881.40. Of this $2,400 is loaned ; the ex pense of organizing, corporation papers, lawyer's fee, printing, etc., was $114.10, while there is $367.30 in the treasury. resources. Loans $2400 00 Expense 114 10 Cash on hand 367 30 $2881 40 liabilities. Assessments $2574 00 Membership fee 55 50 Fines ' 12 05 Interest on loans 133 85 Premium on loans 106 00 $2881 40 Total earnings, $307.40. Net earnings, $193.30. Rate of interest on capital invest ed, li per cent per month. Through the Association six new houses have been built, and the coming year will double the num ber. The expenses in the future will also be lighter, as the heavy expense is in the organization. The following board of directors for the ensuing year was elected Thursday evening: S. M. Cjffin, M. B. Gwinn, C. S. Scott, M. A. Roberts, J. S. Negley, Jr., Swain Beaty, P. J. Fahy. The directors elected the follow ing officers: S. M. Coffin, President. Jas. S. Negley, Vice President. C. S. Scott, Secretary and Treas urer. —The registration law will lessen the vote of this precinct. In spite of all warnings there are voters who can't get it through their heads that they must regis ter. We have heard of one man who has passed upon the whole affair as being unconstitutional, and who swears he will vote with out registering. The error of his ways will probably become appar ent on election day. —If the old codger who had such a hard time to borrow a Tribune last week will come up to this office and agree to quit stealing his read ing, we will give him a year's sub scription. Nothing mean about us, old man, but -ive can't answer for our subscribers. We can't compel them to loan you their paper, or we would cheerfully do so. —Aleck Thompson, who has the reputation of being the best cook in the country, and who has tick led the fastidious palate of many a Caldwell epicure with his juicy steaks, has bought out Charlie Chambers, of the Palace Restau rant, and will continue the busi ness at the old stand. —The cayotes fill the soft, early morning air with a sweet cadency of mellow music that is only equal led by a serenading party. The same method of showing apprecia tion is good for both—dogs and brick-bats. —The members of the Lazy Man's Club have concluded not to vote, as the exertion of holding up their hands to take the oath is too great. — B. F. Traynor is again at the pump house at this station. Need less to state that the tank will al ways be full. —We understand that Coffin is about to start a Btore in Long Val ley and that George Oakes will take charge. —Republican convention next Saturday. Two to one they will make more noise than the musical convention. BEFORE AN D AFTER TAÏI5G. How the Opinion of a H alley Mao «ras .—— Changed, Eye T». Ear. About a year ago George W. Richards, of the Hailey News Miner, visited Boise City, and al though he did not get nearer to Caldwell than Nampa, he took the liberty of telling his subscribers all about our town, and especially enlarging our dismal prospects and hopeless future. In truth, his little chapter on Caldwell was far from complimentary to our growing lit tle city. Our enterprising neigh bor up the track was described as a veritable Garden of Eden and a land overflowing with milk and honey, while Caldwell came Li as a dreary waste of alkali, and after reading the article, a person could shut his eyes and in imagination see the half-tamed inhabitants running down jack rabbits for their ears. The Tribune , realizing that Mr. Richards was a victim of misplaced confidence, and that some over-1 enthusiastic Nampa "boomer" had probably had his ear for a few hours, made no reply, but content ed itself by cutting out the article and filing it away for future refer ence. This year Mr. Richards again visited Boise City, and on this visit wrote a second chapter on Caldwell. But this time he visited the town and used his eyes instead of his ears. It is really amusing to read both articles—one written on the hearsay of prejudiced per sons and the other from personal observation and experience. The following are some extracts from chapter number two: We took the west bound train to the enterprising town of Caldwell, and were agreeably surprised at its neat, business-like appearance. * * Caldwell contains two good churches, a fine school house, a bank and several large stores. Coffin & Bro. have one of the lar gest, if not the largest, hardware stores in the territory. * * Cald well is the center of the stock and wool trade, and most of the money for the sales of wool and. stock is paid through the Stock Growers and Traders Bank. One hundred thousand dollars was paid through the bank this season for wool, and $400,000 for stock. Caldwell is also the center of a large agricultural and stock coun try, and is sure to become an im portant town in the near future. The people are whole-souled, liberal and sociable, and treat strangers with that urbanity that makes them feel at home at once. They do not stand on the corner and ogle a per son and appear as though they were scheming how to beat him out of a quarter, but receive him with generous hospitality. Any body visiting Boise City, instead of waiting at Nampa three or four hours for the east bound train, will be well paid to continue on to Caldwell and wait there. That's all right, Bro. Richards. Send over a box of cigars and all will be forgiven. RESOLUTIONS. Lodge Brothers of Mountain Gem No. 3, K. of P. Whereas , It has been officially communicated to this Lodge by Deputy Grand Cnancellor John E. Stearns, that Past Grand Chancel lor Frank E. James, of the juris diction of Utah, has breathed his last, and in obedience to the im pulse of our hearts and the estab lished usages of this order, Therefore be it Resolved, That Mountain Gem Lodge No. 3 express its sorrow in his death. In an order founded upon the most sublime illustration of friend ship of which we have any record, death means something more than a change. The golden chain that binds us together is broken, a link is gone that can never be replaced, and in our mystic circle we shall miss the touch of a vanished hand and the sound of a voice that is still. Brother James was a true and loyal Knight. His shield was un sullied by dishonor and his virtue as spotless as the lily. In all things that pertained to the good of the order he took the deepest inter est, and exemplified in his own life ; and character the beauties of Friend ship, Charity and Benevolence. He was a wise counselor and during his long experience in the order had made himself familiar with its h;s tory, its laws and its usages. He regarded the Castle Hall with the sanctity of a temple and found in the teachings of the Ritual the hope and consolation of religion. Brave ly he entered the darkness and pass ed beyond the purple hills to that vast realm of silence and repose. In death his eyelids closed, sweetly as to a night's repose, like flowers at set of sun. No words of praise from us can reach the mystic shores of his spiritland, or awake to ec stacy his heavenly harp. On the pages of memory his name is in scribed in letters of living light, and the record of his seruices has been translated into immortality. And be it further Resolved, That the Castle Hall of this Lodge be draped in mourn ing Tor a period of thirty days, and that these resolutions bs spread unon the record books, and a copy sent to the Grand Chancellorand to the wife of the deceased. Respectfully submitted in F. C. & B. P. A. Devers, ) Jas . S. Neolev , > Com. Swain Beaty, ) Caldwell, Sept. 21, 1888. —Go and talk to Isham when , you want drugs. He can relieve your wants cheaper than any one else. 1 —Lackey shipped another train load of sheep last Thursday, I ! —The town if» full of Baptists, THE BAPTIST BRETHREN, They Meet at Caldwell to Review the Work of the Year. . The First Baptist Association of Idaho convened i,n the Baptist church at this place last Thurs day evening, for its annual meet ing. Delegates were present from Boise, Weiser, Bellevue, Creighton, Bully Creek, Oregon; Upper Wil low Creek. Oregon; Payette and Payette Valley. More arrived later from other places. Quite a number who are not delegates are also present. In the absence of Re^. S. W. Ap plegate, who was appointed to preach the opening sermon. Rev. T. H. Lydston delivered the ser mon. Sessions are held through out the day and in the evening. The following officers were elect ed: Moderator—Deacon R. B. Mitch ell, of Parma. Clerk—D. P. Maryatt, of Weiser. Treasurer—C. Ellsworth, of Boise Thursday evening Mrs. H. Skel ton was invited to speak before the Association. The meetings close on Sunday evening. will ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS. Half rates will be given on the Oregon Short Line and Idaho Cen tral railroads, and two-thirds rates will be given on all branches of the C. I. & O. stage system, to all Odd Fellows who desire to attend the Grand Lodge, to convene at Hailey Tuesday, October 9, 1888. Tickets good from 7th to 13th inclusive. AMERICAN MERINO BUCKS. Sheep men before purchasing bucks will do well to examine a lot I have had on hand since last April. They are all in excellent condition and well acclimated. Prices lower than the lowest. II. F. Randall , Weiser, Idaho. For Sale at a Bargain. Desiring to leave the country I will sell my residence, black-smith shop and other property in Cald well at a bargain. Call on or write to Jacob Hamji. To Whom It May Conccru. Owing to threshing, etc., I will extend the time of settling past ac counts and notes due until Octo ber 1, 1888. M. B. Gwinn. WANTED. A good milch the Iowa House. cow. Inquire at DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing under the name of Campbell & Mott, in the livery business at Cald well, Idaho, has been this day dis solved. All the obligations of said copartnership will be paid by the said Campbell & Mott, and all debts due the said copartnership will be collected by them. All debts due said firm must be paid within thirty days. D. D. Campbell, J. W. Mott. Dated, Sept. 13, 1888. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between George W. Froman and J. R. Beck, under the firm name of Froman & Beck, has this day been dissolved, J. R. Beck retiring. Geo. W. Froman will continue the busi ness, to whom all accounts are due and who will settle all claims against said firm. All claims must be presented within thirty days, or forever after keep their place. Geo . W. Froman, J. II. Beck. September 15, 1888. Keep Your Money in tbe Country By buying your lumber of home mills. I have on hand an im mense stock of well-seasoned lum ber, which I will sell from this date until January 1, 1889, at the fol lowing low rate for cash: Com mon lumber, $10 per thousand; dressed lumber $15 to $22.50, ac cording to quality; shingles, war ran ted full count, $3.50 per thou gand. Now is the time to buy lum b er I need money and must have and will give you bargains. j a8 . Wabdwell , Emmett, Idaho, w «MV.W « 't r ROYAL ttKU POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, aud can not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. R oyal B ak ing P owder C o., 106 Wall St., New York. DON'T EXPERIMENT. Yon cannot afford to triste lime In experiment, ing wben jour lunga »re In darger. Consumption Do not permit any dealer to lmpoae upon yru with iome cheap wÄTup"» • the genuine . Became he can make more proi ma y toll yon be baa aometblng ]oit aa good, or )aat tbe mm . Don't ba deceived, bat lnalit upon vet* tln( Or. King's New Discovery, which la guana teed to (ire relief In all Throat, Lung and Chest bltUef ,fte A Creaking Hinge ladry and turns hard, until oü ia applied, alter which It moves easily. When the joints, or hinges, of the body an stiffened and inflamed by Rheumatism, they can not be moved without causing the most excruciating pains. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, by its action on the blood, relieves thia condition, and restores the joints to good working order. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our city, many most remarkable cures, in cases which baffled the efforts of the most experienced physicians. Were it naeessary, I could give the names of many individuals who have been cured by taking this medicine. In my case it has worked wonders, relieving me at Rheumatism, after being troubled with it for years. In this, and all other diseases arising from impure blood, there 3a no remedy with winch I am acquainted, that affords such relief as Ayer's Sarsaparilla. — B. H. Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, M<L Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me of Gout and Rheumatism, when nothing else would. It has eradicated every trace of disease from my system.— R. H. Short, Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass. many months, a sufferer . The « from chronic Rheumatism afflicted me grievously, in spite of all the remedies I "ould And, until I commenced using Ay era Sarsaparilla. I took aér erai Dottle» of this preparation, and was speedily restored to health. — J. Fream, Independence, Va. tt Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. O. Aver ft Co., Lowell, Mua. Sola by»11 Druggists. PrioeH; rix bottles, $5. MASONIC A Public Installation and Grand Ball will be given by ESSENE LODGE NO II -A.. IF 1 <8c .A. At Caldwell, Idaho —ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, Clo.-i ig with an Elegant Oystei Supper. COMMITTEES. Arrangements — H. K. Hartley, C. S. Scott, T. H. Callaway. Reception —George Little, Dr. J. P. Wright; Thomas Norris. Invitation — G. W. Paul, Dr. W L C. Maxey, S. M. Coffin. Entertainment— M. R. Jenkins, S. W. Frost, T. J. Groorae. Refreshments—I. N. Paynter, R. E. Miller, F. R. Fouch. Floor — S. M. Coffin, C. S. Scott, C. H. Sebree. All are cordially invited, and a grand, good time is guar anteed to all. Tickets, per couple, including oyster supper, $2.50. The best music in the Terri tory has been secured. A special train will run from Boise City and other points. BUCKLEN 'S AHNICA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world tor Cuts, Bruises, gores. Ulcers Salt Rheum, fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect sat. s faction or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by Little « Blatchley ; Personal. Mr. N. H. Frohllchsteln, cf Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great pleasure In jw ommendnu Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, having used It for a severe atUck of Bronchitis and Cawrrh. It gave me instant relief and enllrelv cured me and I have rot b-en afflicted s'uee. I also beg to state that I had tried other remed es with no good re cult. Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which 1 can recom mend. Dr, Klnir's New Discovery for Consump tion. CougTs aud C 'lds. 1s sold on a positive guar antee. Trial bottles free at Little A B atchley't Drug Store. MARKET RErORT. Corrected every Friday morning. Butter Kggs...... Green Coffee, per pound Tea " Granulaled Sugar per 100 lbs Extra C " " Iiacon, per lb Hams, " Flour, per Bbl Oats per loo lbs Wheat " Beans, "Bayo" per loo lbs . ; Rice 3° 25 25 40 to 75 10 00 8 75 425 i 25 I 25 6 75 8 50 Lard per lb I2>£ to 15 per over lahd"expr ess. The new and Popular LIMITED TRAIN VIA THE Chicago & Northwestern Railway, FOR CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST, IS A SOLID Vestibuled Train, OF NEW AND SUPERB DINING CARS, SLEEPING CARS, AND DAY COACHES. Tickets via the Northwestern to all points East can be obtained at any ticket office. For maps, routes, and detailed information apply to J. H. YOUNG, Traveling Pass. Ag't, Salt Lake Cy. J. tt. WHITMAN. Ganeral Manager. H. c. WICKER, Tratte Maflagar. J5, r. WILSON, General Pamnfe* Agsnt, The IL P. UllC CO., PORTLAND, 08ECDN. JL P. HOTAUHfi CO., SAN FtAMCiSCO, C a C The A. P. Hotaling Co., imported tt wholesale Liquor Dealers. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Telephone 33. Sole Agents J. H. Cutter Whiskies. The A. P. Hotaling Co. SEATTLE, W. T. The A. P. Hotaliug Co., SPOKANE FAILS, W T HOT SPRINGS HERD OF ROBERT ÇTRAH0RN & CO., Props. t/Z'-r.. '*. -- —^ * • - PLeinoli J\.t Hailey Hot Springs Hisi iley, Ida ho. We have 150 head—the largest herd in the Northwest—embracing Renick's Rose of Sharons, Young Marys, and other choice families, all thoroughbred registered stock. We can furnish first-class acclimated stock of both sexes and all ages at such prices that no breeder can afford the risk or expense of importing from anywhere. We will be pleased to show our stock whether you pur chase or not. For information ad dress or apply to ROBERT E. STRAHORN, Hailey, Idaho. Manager, Drugs ! Books ! Stationery ! TOBACCO, CIGARS, CONFECTIONERY, NOTIONS, LEADS, Colors MUSICAL PATENT SEEDS MEDICINES ETO. Wholesale and Retail. - - Caldwell, Idaho. m Maa&mmmLtWx. LINSEED a m LU B R ! CAT I NG oils, HOWARD SE33EE. C. S. SCOTT, CASH'R. CAPITAL, » ,-<>.000. B. F. WHITE. STOCK GROWERS & TRADERS BANK, Of Caldwell, Idaho. C. S. SCOTT & CO., Bankers, Transact a General Banking Business In All Its Branches. REAL ESTATE AGESTS AXI> NOTARY FUMIIAV. Deposits received subject to check on demand. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold on all the principal citics of tbe United States and Europe. Steam Ship Agents —Tickets sold to and from Europe. Insurance Agents—A full line of Companies and Policies issued on all classes of property. Collections a Specialty— Which will receive personal and prompt attention. Shipment Of Ores, Geld and Silver Bullion— Will special attention, »ml liberal advances will be made on same. County and Territorial warrants bought. PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS. Chase National Bank, New York City. First National Bank, Ogden, Utah Wells Fargo & Co. San Francisco, Cala. Commercial National Bank, Ogden, Utah. Omaha National Bank, Omaha, Neb. First National Bank of Idaho, Boise City, I. T. Commercial National Bank, Portland, Or. Boise City National Bank, Boise City, Idaho. WINTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS H. R. Steavenson. R. A. Cowden THE: Caldwell Lumber Co., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Sash & Doors, B linds , M ouldings Cedar Posts, Lime PLASTEEING HAIR, • Building Paper, & Builders' Material. CALDWELL - - - IDAHO. Grain taken -in exchange for goods. PICARD * ROBERTS WHOLESALE AND RETAII DEALERS IX fC Fresh & Salted Meats. —HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID -FOR üidLes and Felts, CALDWELL. - IDAHO. furniture store. J l . HOOVER, Prop. Parlor Sets, Bed Room Sets, Window Shades, Mattresses, Etc. Repairing of Every Description Neatly Done. CALDWELL, : : ; IDAHO.