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TEST OATH DECISION.
'•Iu the matter of the application Of Alva Lewis for a writ of manda-; Th» „»»I :,.»». A lo» T ».„;»! I ne applicant, Al\a Lewis ' shows by his application that he is now, and bas been for the six mouths last past, a resident of Albion, Cassia county, Idaho, and that on the first day ot September, 1S92, he presented to H. Trema y ne, registrar of said pre cinct, an oath complying iu substance and form with sectiou 3 of Article VI Judge Stockslager, of the Fourth .Judicial District, has decided the fa mous so-called Mormon Test Oath. The following is a true copy of the decision : DQU9: of the constitution of this state; and that, after administering .said oath, said Tremayne, as such registrar, re fused to register him as an elector of The said Tremayne appeared and 1 filed his motion asking .the Court to dismiss him for thy reasou that the : oath submitted by the applicant did 1 not comply with the act of the legis- ! lature of this state approved Feb. 25, 1891, and entitled "An act to define said precinct the qualifications of electors, etc." It was stipulated by H. W. (Ken tucky) Smith, appearing for the appli cant, and Charles Cobb for Tremayne, that these facts set out in the appli cant s application were true. Hence the constitutionality of said act of the legislature is involved. We are not unmindful of the fact that courts in construing the acts of the law making power should always look with favor upon the acts of such a body, having m view at all times the rights of the citizens of the commonwealth, body of the state has no power be yond that giveu it by the constitution, and, in this state, the constitution, in section 3 of Article VI, prescribes the qualifications of electors. Seel ion The law-making 4 of tbe same article savs the legis lature may prescrit* qualifications, limitations and conditions for the| right of suffrage additional to those prescribed in this article, but shall never annul >ny provisions in jthis article. It is evident from the last section that the legislature has no power to annul any of the qualifications pre sented by the preceding section; but has it the right to enlarge upon any of those prescribed by said section 32 ? If the contingency arises at anv time it may prescribe additional qualifications, limitations and condi tions; but can it prescribe a punish ment for a crime committed prior to the ratification of the constitution ? The legislature cannot deprive a citizen of the right of franchise granted him by the constitution. The act of the legislature referred to is retroactive ex post facto and there fore void, (Signed), Stockslaoer, J. CLEVELAND AND HARRISON. New York, Oct. 3.— TJ^e Herald .will tomorrow say : President Harri son and Grover Cleveland may be brought together next week in this ,citv, aud at Chicago the week follow ing. when the world's fair buildings will be dedicated. The president has promised to review the great parades jn both cities. Mr. Cleveland yesterday made up Jiis mind to accept the invitation from Loth cities also. He will be in the reviewing stand with Mr. H«rrison, he will dine with him at the same table at the Lenox Lyceum banquet on the evening of Oct. 13, and then they will both go to Chicago on Oct. 21 st. Mr. Cleveland goes to Gray Gables tomorrow. His return for tbe Upon. . , — .. , „ Ana L HE News believes when thev ' ..... - meet again it will be when Mr Cleve ii .... land goes to the VV bite House, Match j.L . », 4tü, to occupy for the uext four years. « expected brief residency in ins new city home has not vet been decided Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. 1 I Consumption. b gave me lip, ßayiug I : 1 6 j I ITmV t* 1 myself up to my Savior, determined j >f l could not Stay with my in (;m U | on earth, l would meet mv absent ones From a letter written by Mrs. Ada Ë, Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote : "Was taken with a bud cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set iu aud finally terminated' in Four doctors could live but a short time. above. Mv husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles; it has cured me, and thanK God I am now a well and hear'y woman.'' Trial bottles free at Behle & Son's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. - ■ Idaho Appointments for C. A. Salyer, Soda Springs Blaekfoot.. . Prohibition Lecturer. Oct 21 " 28 Idaho Falls 29 GOOD LOOKS. Good itxiks are more than skin deep, .depending upon a -healthy eon jdition of all the vital organs. If the Liver be inactive, you will have a Bilious Look and if your Kidneys he affected you have a Pinched Look, Secure good health aud you will hare good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic, acts di . good complexion. Sold at Bellle & " r Son's Drug Store, 50c. per bottle. rectly on these vital organs. Curt s Pimples, Blotches, Boils ami gives a Republican, he says things are look ing mighty bright for the Democrats , , t HiS observations led ! Mr. Sands, of Lost River, has just reUirned from Illinois. Although a in that state, to believe that Cleveland would get to the White House sure. MONEY I Can furnish money on improved farms at as low a rate as can be bad in Bingham county. Idaho Falls. T. J. Smith, Pasturage Furnished. I have about 140 acres of stubble P asture - lucerue aDl1 «fain, and will p,ace sUK * thereon at reasonable rates. Will also take stock to winter. For further information apply to at my residence near Blaekfoot. rue L. M. Capps. Big Bunch for $ale or Lease. . „ Ä , A ranch of 310 acres, 100 acres in ■ cultivation, good buildings, plenty 0 f J water, all stock and farming imple ments for sale on easy terms. Only a small cash payment required. If not sold will lease to responsible par ties. For particulars apply to or ad dress F. M. RnOEMAKER. Blaekfoot, Idaho. Benjamin's Mew Addition. I will sell twenty blocks or eighty acres of land adjoining the new town site. Forty acres in good cultivation Good water right. I have also hay and grain for sale. Parties hav ing stock to pasture will do well to see me at my ranch. G. W. Benjamin Blaekfoot, Idaho, August 23,1892. TO TUE EUBLIC. At the Pioneer drug store, Old Reliable." we offer a complete drug stock of the b.,st obtainable quality, and most reliable manufact ures, at retail and wholesale. We beg leave to assure our friends that are thankful for their favors of the past and that no effort shall be want ing to deserve their confidence in tbe FUTURE. The we Dr. W. H. Beble'* office is in rear of Pioneer drug store from where professional calls will be responded to day or night. » .h Augustus C. Behle, Manager. Timber Cultnre-Notice or Inteatlon to Make Proof. U.nitbd Statbs LAKOOrnce. I Blaekfoot, Idaho, October 3rd. Isle, f h I«on Mission, of Blaekfoot. Idaho, who made Timber Culture appllcati n No. 413. on the 23 dai of January. IfP5, for SW Sk '4 8eo tlon 32 2 South Range 3« East. Boise Meridian. hereby give notice of my intention to make a"" 1 proof to establish my claim to the land above described before the Register and Re 1''• l i t ' rttt,, laekfiM>t, on Saturday, the 12 day of Fo vein ber, 1SK3, by two of the following »Gnesse« : * Henry Dunn, August Lundqucst, George Hur tnjun JohuMisskm, allot' muck foot, Idaho. PMBT J. An Hits, Register. Notice-Desert Laud Entry. », Vsvno Statbs Land OrnrE, I filackfoot, Idaho. September :*), 1H92 f <»t this Office bv John*. Shelly nimmt George He wet t for tailure to comply with law a» to Desert l moi «"try Nm «6 Jatod July 1," jW' upon the »aft-WP 1 North, Hange 37, bast, B. M . in Bingham County, Idulib, with ;»'•«» «> the cancellutlon of »aid entry: eon testant alleging that »aid George Hewett hit» "Ot made final proot within the statutory period of 3 years, us requfml by law. e . SH,d purtlif« an* h«*ici»y »um SÂÏÏÂVVtï JlieieiUailor 18 " ^"''.my eoncerolng »ul, I „ ... J Ùegi«tér Beane and Kunkel, Attorney, ** tic. » E. Notice for Publication. Land Orrica at Buackfoot. Idaho, » September 21st, 1393. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of big intention to make final proof in support of his olaim. and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Blaekfoot, Idaho, on October SUst, 1802, viz : Andrew O lngelstrom on H Ë No Altai, for the Is>ts 5 and IS, Section is. Town ship 1, South, Ri nre»7. East. B. M. hisLLVinuLis^Ä l "j"mei"i»yw2?john Amor. John Crafts and George King, allot Bingham County. Idaho. Beane A Kunkel, Attorneys. PkuuyJ. Anson, Keg is ter - Notice of Assessment. THE LAVA SIDE DITCH COMPANY, Location of its principal place of business, Blaekfoot. Idaho. Notice is hereby giveu that at a meeting of the Hoard of Directors, held on Saturday, August 18th. 1882, assessment No 1. of Thirty i30ti0) Dollars per share was levied upon the! capital stock of their corporation, payable to John P Porter. Treasurer. Blaekfoot. Idaho Any stock upon which this assessment shall he unpaid on Saturday the 24th day of Sep tembtr. I-».', wtll be- delinquent and «.Ivor tised jor sale fit public auction, ami unless payim>it is made before, enough of each parcel of stock will be sold on Saturday the ■29th day of «letober. ls&*. to pay said assess ment with cost of advertising and expense tit sale. By ortler Board Directors J IV. CLBNDENIN, Secretary Blaekfoot, Idaho. August 16th, 1MB. DELINQUENT NOTICE. LAVA SIDE DIT..H GUMPANV A corporation Locution of principal place of business. Blaekfoot. Idaho Notice : There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock on account of assess . ment No 1. levied on the Utb day oi August. lP * J> the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholders, toll Name v» Certificate. Shares B. W. Pierce, 110 I I 101 And in accordance with law and the order of tbe Board of Directors of the corporation made on the said tilth day ot August, lSiK. so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at theotficeof the company, Blaekfoot. Idaho, at i o'clock, p. m on Saturday the iWth day or t October, 1*92, to puy the delinquent arsess meut, the costs of advertising and expenses ! of sale. By order Board Directors. J. W.CLENDEN1N, Blaekfoot, Idaho, Oct. 6th, 1*0 Secretary. Amount I St SI Delinquent Notice. BLACKFOOT IRRIGATION COMPANY. A Corporation : Location of principal place of business, Blaekfoot. Idaho. Not ce : There are delinquent upon the foi* lowing described stock on ment No 7 levied on the 9th of Auguat, IM«, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholders as follows : account of assess* No. No. Name. J F Hut -hinson, Joseph t*arsons, D. J. Williams, B. Symons, And in accordance with law and the order of the Board or Trustees of the corporation made on toe said 9th day of August. 1*92, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the company. In Blaekfoot. Malm, at »o'clock p in on Satur«:*.- the 29th da* of October, 1892. to pay the; delinquent asscss ment, costs of advertising and expenses of sale. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Secretary. ... , , Blaekfoot Irrigation Company. Blaekfoot. LJahu, October 6th, 1392. Certificate. Shares. Amount. I n 7 öd 'V ; ; I 10..o v.' 2 2 5 uu SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial , District of the State of Idaho. Iu and for the ■ county of Bingham, J Sandle °rrand SamDle H Plaintiffs Summons. i Daniel Oliis, Defendant. / State of Idaho . Name of the People of the State of Idaho: Yon are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of tbe Clerk of the District Court ot the Fifth Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Bingham, the complaint of Sample Orr and Sample H. Orr, demanding judgment against you Tor the sum of Three hundred and forty five dollars .fcuâilui, with interest thereon aim the costs of this action. rb.s suit is brought to recover tbe aforesaid amount alleged to be due from detendunt to plaintiff for services rendered .su Id defendant as attorney and counsellor at law The particulars mote fully uppearing In plaintiff's complaint, a certified copy ot wnlch is served herewith and made a part hereof, and that unless you appearand answer to said complaint within ten oays after the service thereof, if served wittiin Bingham County, atm within twenty days if sei veil out of said County, but within said Judicial District, and within forty days it served out ot said district lexcliiBiveot the nay of service,! Judgment will be taken against you by delau It, accord ing to the prayer ot said complaint, und plain, tiffs will apply to the court tor the relict ue munded In plaintiffs complaint on file herein in witness whereof, I. M. Patrie. Clerk of t*ttiu District Court, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal o f said Seal Court ut Black toot. Idaho, tills 7tb -oi October, a. D . 1 W4. uuy „ , M PATRIE, Clerk o' life District Court. Orr A Orr. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District or the dtuu* of Idaho. In and t >r Lounty of Binprham. The Hufner- Lothman Mann-) facturiog Company, Plaintiff. Summons. W.H Smith and tt D. Jones, partners an the Pocatello Lumber Company and Ueorve W. Huzcn, Defenlants. State of Idaho To W. H Smith. R. D. Jones and #forgo w Haze», in the name of the People of the State or Idaho : You are hereby notified that there is new on file In the olfiee of the (Jerk of the District Court or the Flab Judicial District of the State of Idaho, In and ror the County of Bingham, the complaint of the Hafner— Loth man Manulttcturing Company, prayimr judtr* oient against you a» follows : " J " 1st. Against defendants, W. H. Smith and R. 1>. Jones lor the sum oi IlifU.uo, with Inter est thereon trom July 9th, low, and for the CoBtS Of tilJB BUlt ünd. That the alleged sale mentioned in the complaint to defendant, George W. Huzeu. be declared null and void as to plaintiff. And that you. the said Huzen. be required to ac count to plaintiff tor uli monies, credits or property belonging to said Pocatello Lumber Co. that muy be, or has been in your posses sion or control, mm that out of such monies and credits you be required to puy Into Court u .' P"> the said Indebtedness of suid Pocatello Ln inner Co to said plaintiff to, ether with the costs of this suit, i'luintitf prays for all proper relief. This action is brought to recover said sum for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to the Pocatello Lumber Co. by plaintiff. ' » i * pa t- 1 icu 'a more fully appearing in plain tiffs complaint, a certified copy or which .h served herewith and mude a part hcreoi, and that unlcHM you appeuruud answer to *ui<l comp J»il n twit hin ten uaya ait^r the aorvlue thereof, it served wktnn Bingham county, and within twenty day it it xerved out ol Mind ll ' Jt V 1 ™ 1 Ärt,d dlutriot, and within forty day» if nerved out of »aid district IcxcluMlvc of the nay of »ervlce.j Judgment will betaken agairint you by default, accord ing to the prayer of »aid complaint, and plain* tiff will apply to tbe ouurt tor the relief de manded ii, plaintiff •< comjilaint on file heiein in witneMM whereof. 1. M. Patrie, Clerk or wild Dinner Court, have hereunto net my hand and affixed the »eal ol hum 1 ouï t at ltlaektddt, Idaho, this 51b day of August, A. It. lstiz. Seal ... . M. Patio«!. » „ „„ , , Ulcrk of the District Court. E. P, Blfckensderfor, Attorney tor Plaintiff. ALMA MARKER The Largest Music Dealer IDAHO. I Send Him Your Orders For Musical Goods ! ! T , . _ ,, idEulO FftllS cmo, -nOF* ALL KINDS. Idaho Herman A. Mondschein, i - mfài F ■ ■m gJt fyv*" ! i I 1 I 1 r ■. Watchmaker & Jeweler, Does All Kinds of Repairing ALL WORK WARRANTED. PRICKS REASONABLE Office in Curtis' Hardware Store. "Improvement fhe Order of the Age." Ü1 33« Smith Premier Typewriter LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. DOUBLE RIBBON MOVEMENT MOST DURA BLE, EASIEST RUNNING BEST MAN I FOLDING. MOST SILENT RUNNING FINE if'bRK. All Typewriter* Supplies Always on •••- Hand. Ralph T. Morgan, Blaekfoot, Idaho. Stenographer for 5th Judicial District Agent for Idaho. t* r Write for Itiforniutioii ami Catalogue Job Printing PROMPTLY DONE AT THE NEWSOFFICE. .. men T WHY are yoyj WEAK? .CANDENTSPLECTRIC ns J :: Ü FOR, ■<' IB ; fllNG CU% : - VMl L an£ t y WHO ARE DEBILITATED. AND SUFFERING '£] Nervous DebilitV Semimal'Wfak ffl . NESS losses,Drains. Impôt ency or, Lost Manhood.Rheumatism, Lame "■ sitfn. re ^ nP N f y Doubles. Nervousness a ff EPLESSNE5S -ffoRMEM°RV& ^General IllHea in our marvrbua* InvenlUinf which renub« h T 0 " 7 ''?'' ?r * Mch or by excesses, or exporare, you nnv haa tr , 1 * to rn "'i,>cc the most skeptl«b ol6ctr!cIty^ndth l mcÆ^«ew«b Undul7 . df . ained system ol n.-ve fore* drained, which are rcutiired l')/v!o/^ C,knr " 0r , * c ^ ^ rce - " you rrptaoe Into yo» r low at once end in S Ä «renreth, you « lit remove the cntiU, and health. Send for our Illustrated Pamohht« fV* . °' r t 'I ln ,ln,, treatment, and wo guurante*» B-lt is no experiment ' ,Cllt b y mail . failed, as cm I« shownVv himdredt^ofrt. 1 lo robust lieaith and vWi whom we have atroiig letters bearlnnkw * t,!ro " eho " t tb's f' ite, who would id 3 ' 1 « K a-tters hearing testimony to their fee... / utter using our D« 11 - T— STTTIDElsi FLPf'rrjtr-v __ _ T _, ii a complete galvanic battery, made into a belt so as to bees i!v v-. * • ""b* 1 K1L> BËL I v :,ii::i are. iaatamly felt througlioat all weak parts, or we forfeit ' V or " l r «?. »td it gives soothing, prolongoti currents - rc,,tcat boiffi ever givcn-vcik men, ami we warrant it to cure m " '?* tn Improved Electric Suaponrory. tbs .doocy Rofttndcd. 1 hey are graded in swengfh to meet all « weaknesses, and to enlarge shrunken I,mbs, or parts, ot the font c:.ses in t,m or ihreç rr.cntire. Address '••»«"«ala young, midtlk-nged or old men, and *42 curt Gfc„ PORTLAND, GftEGOF*!. » s ^WE^NE55«-MEi& *■- mo*yJ » MÏÏÂ r f0 ) LTH we have a relief and cure your ignorance of effect* d vitality — which ia system the elements thus strength and vigor will I A- Î jure or money refunded, rjv Dr, Sanden'a Electric after all other treatments te.tify, and from many of wr' In ;'V. an r V A -ï 1 5: -1 if* TH E GAfjDEra EL,P 0 Tr:^ co 172 ■» I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, CARPETS, RUGS, DRAPERIES, WALL PAPER, , BABY CARRIAGES, 1 REFRIGERATORS, / PICTURES, f ETC., ETC., ETC. g The largest stock, The greatest assortment, The lowest prices. H. Dimvoodey Furniture Co. SALT L AKE UTAH. ■■si v Co-op Wagon & Machine Company IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO. IHEea,d-C2L-u.a,rtexs Poi John Deere and Moline Plows, Harvesters and CULTIVATORS. Gilpin and Cassadvs Sulky Plows. Full line ol j OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Hand and Press Drills, Planet Jr. Goods, Kain Lever Harrow, also a large assortment of harden awlGniss Seed ami Harness Got our Prices before purchasing elsewhere. C. C. WRICHT MCR. JOHN READING, Seedsman \ Pro RIST. Corner Second East Anti South Streets. .SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Orders by Mall or Tjlegrapb Promptly Filled. Boquets, Wreiths and Crosses a Specialty. Telephone EB0. P. O. Box 388. Idaho Stage Co. .„ The eh,ahorte .1 „„,1 v , v. ». ,T, , . VV. lh ' «:«■! ami -Vent anil the point, named Carrying Mall, Passenger* ami Express 'ïSSïsSiîSi Ä fu?n!"f ,,«Tr"m "in.' ?,ni l'r'^ *' »*• ! ng«rinngtown,. niln.-, H muf lr r., mmnJSJJJS! gent atlllackfnot. Male CARL J. CANNON Merchant Tailor, * A -H**7^ iff*» nom, 'Vinter good* of. band. 2°°*' """'kmanaliip nnd |ter feet ItblOfid «ill he promptly attend.fi tO. POCATELLO, IDAHO.