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THE ARIZONA -REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1903. n I? i 4.; IN i? l4h. UNITED STATES SENATOR THURSTON, Tlio Brilliant Statesman from Nebraska, Makes an Important Public Utterance. DTIZKIOR OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER. Ex -Senator John M. Thurston, of Omaha, Kebra.-ha, Is one of the most promt nt and iulluentiil ia-n in the country. lie made the speech nominating I'rcsl di;nt McKinley at the St. Iouis convention, and was made permanent Chairman of thi convention, lie was al.o made Chairman of the convention that renomi nated, the late President McIUnley at Philadelphia, lie was appointed by Pre, ljeiit M''K!nle- to be Chairman of the St. Louis Exposition Commission. Th. pro:.iiu:it rentl-:naa recently wrote the following letter to Tho l'eruna M-'dn iue Co., of Columbus, Ohio: Washington, D. C, April 6, 1901. have used Peruna at various times during the past year or two with tnozt satisfactory results. It entirely relieved me from an irritating cough the result of excessive effort in the presidential campaign, and I am a firm be liever in Us efficacy for any such trouble." Jno. At. Thurston. THE PRICE-MURPIIR CASE Demurrers to the Indictments Several Grounds Argued. on HE Caturrh has already become a national curse. It ravage s extend Irora ocean to ocean. More tbsn one-half the people are fTecti!d by It. It ha. become tueh a verious matter thut it ha-? passed the boundaries of the medical profession aad become a national question. Sena tor; are talliin about it; Congressmen are discus!::? it, Thuy are not only considering the ex tent and chronic nature of the disease, but t!is possibility of finding a national remedy to meet this national calamity. The catarrh rt.ir.edv, l-runa, seems to be tht main expectation in this direc tion. Dr. Hartman, President of The Ilart inan Baititariuia, devised the remedy, Pirunu, over forty years ago, and the remedy as a catarrh cure has teen prow lug in favor ? teadily all these yesrs. It sttnls ti-day before the nation as a tAorouLlj' Wited. accurately scientific internal remedy for catarrh. There are practically no medicinal rivals in ti.a field. Peruna U not a local application cr temporary relief j it is a permanent euro. Peruna is a systemic remedy. It eradi cates catarrh from the system. It cures catarrh wherever lociued. Its cure art radical and lasting Frit Vollmcr, President Schw;e bischer Sisngcrbund, Chicago, In a re cent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., says : " My voice was bo badly affected from catarrh that I was afraid I would loe it entirely. I r.d of some of the wonder f;:l things your Peruna would do a:id thought It advisable to try gome myself. ' I am pleased to state that in a very short time I was cured." Fritz Vollnicr. Address the Peruna Medicine Co., Co lumbus, O., for a book of tetimoulaij, containing letters from prominent lucii and women concerning Peruna, SUP.E FOLLOWER OF THE FLAG. Recent advices freni Manila, would beeiii to Indicate that graft has les trouble than the constitution In fol lowing th fiag. Augusta Chronicle. Yesterday was the time set for For mer fv.u-veyor General I'rice and For mer Chief Clerk Murpliey to plead io the indictments returned against thni fcy the United States grand lury. chartr lisr extortion under color of office', con spiracy t; defraud the United States government and bribery. The plea were not entered but instead the whole day was taken up with the arguments on demurrers offered to the indict ments. Numerous objections were of fered to rhem by the attorneys for the defendants. It was claimed that they j were not direct and certain as to the offends charged; that the indictments do not contain statments of facts lit ordinary and concise language; that they do not state acts or missions con stituting an offense: that thev are not direct and certain as to the party charged; that they are not direct anil, certain as to the offenses charged: taat they are not direct and certain as to the, particular circumstances of the of fenses charged: that more than otio o.Tense la charged in the same indict nent: that the facts alleged do. not constitute a public offense: that they contain matter which if true constitutes a legal justification as well as other iiilter which Is a legal bar to prosecu tion: thut the indictments do not con form to the requirements of section! S2-1, and 2 of. the revised statutes cf the United States. Those are ilia statutes dehning: extortion, bribery and tr-nspli acy. The greater part of the argument of the d'ty related to the chargo of con ppinry. though before adjournment all the ch.-irges were taken up. One of the contentions of the defense was that Mr. Murphey was not an ofllcer as was (liaised in the indictment against him and General Price for conspiracy, and that a officers they could not. therefore have conspired. The ofhe he holds, it I Viis ontended. had not been croutoif by an act of congress Hnd he had not been appointed by the department, but had been employed as a clerk. Mr. N'ave, L'niud States attorney, took the ground that his position hav ing been cstaj lished by the rcg'ilatloiin of the department beer. me an office and the occupant of it an officer of the ITi.ited States a. charged in the indict mi nt. In connection with this it I" recalled Mint in a cave bi ought before the su preme coait of this territory from Co conino county in which an ir.dicttnent had been fojnd against :i sheep owner for n violation of the regulations gov erning the forest reserves. It was held that the i egulati-iiM formulated by the dernrtn.ent were not laws and that via. lation? of them tould not be regarded as ofifenves against the laws. The sam. opinion was afterward expressed by the Washing ion court of appeals. The demurrers were taken under ad visement. ' Towim I Tell Me Where You Are and I'll Give You the Name of Somebody You Know That I've Cured. Y my OU can talk with the men and vomen who have been cured by treatment, and that's worth considering. I might preach for yeai.t In my effort to gather converts to my way of cuiing dir-eape. and no body would pay any attention to my arguments; but when I tell you I have cured your neighbor Mr. Home, or your old friend, Mr. Benton, and you can and ask them about me and they tell you I have cured them, then I hare given you proor, and you know that I do all I claim. And I want you to give me credit for what I prove. There's nothlnj surer than the word of an honest man, and when such men as these admit th.it I've cured them you know that I can cure you. Ulsbee, Ariz. Dr. McLaughlin: Dear Sir: I am well satisfied with my Kelt and would not take any amount of monev for It if I could not. get another. I am entirely cured of my weakness and feel like a new man, for which I am very thankful to you. I beg to remain, with best wishes, ,Youra very truly. L. A. HOP.Nfl. A TIMELY REMINDER. It Is time to remind voters again that corruption in government is merely a disease developing fron the public-ai athy germ. P.altlmore American It is never safe when a woman is compluining of the way her hUFband treats her, to remind her of the days when she was atraid some oth?r girl would get h-im. Atchison (Jlcbs. GAINED FORTY POUNDS IN THIR TY DAYS. Money to Loan at Low Rates For building or on Improved city prop erty or in good outside towns. JUST WHAT VUU WAftT New plan of payment. Interest de creases if you pay. Our loans are made and are paid oft same as with a bank, only you pay monthly. You do not ma ture stock to pay off a loan as In other building and loan associations. A bor rower can pay off a loan any time with out notice, penalty or forfeiture. If you want a loan call on or write our agents. K. K. PASCO K. -rhoenix. J. IiHMlST WALKER, Phoenix, or JIAKTINDALK & IIORNE fc CO., Prescott, or A. OUF1LA or WILLIS P. IIAYNES. Tucson. State Mutual Building & Loan Association C. J. WADE, Sec.. 141 8. Broadway, Los Anielu. CaL i AVhen ii comes to nn uphill fight the rollintr stone Isn'i there. Philadelpl i.i Record. "That mar." f.'.W a citizen today. : speaking of an ent-ny, "would k'.ii you ; when he wasn't in.id. Atchison Globe. j A woman's head will always turn j with the ltonnot that has just jutssed. j Chicago News. ! Had luck appears occasionally to be ! a good thing a'ter it's over. Chicago 1 News. For several months out younger brother had been troubled with indi-! gestion. He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them. We pur chased some' of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and he commenced talting them. Inside of thirty days he' had gained forty pounds In flesh. He is now fully recovered. We have a good trade on the tablets. Hollev Bros., merchants. Long L'ranch. Mo Fcr sale by all druggists. Home pictures are like some people hanging a too good for them. "IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT." ! Elcbbs 'What is Skf num's busincFs?' ; Slobbs "He is a professional partner." : Ulco'os "A pre fes-vlor.al paitner?" ! Slobbs "Ye he parts the fools and i their money." Philadelphia Lecord. be surprised if neonl-? ira out of their I way to plant r. foot, on yo ;. Atchison Cilobe. Wind and Weather Proof CLOTHING f'lothing you'll want and want badly In a little while its called "Shaw Duck" (shaw duck is heavy brown canvas with rubber solution of inter lining) and is weather and wind proof. Its the most comfortable and service able clothing made for almost any kind oi weather, costs less besides we make it to order and guarantee it to fit and satisfy at no extra charge. Full Length Ulsters $6.00 Three-Quarter Overcoats 4.50 Storm Coats 3.50 Vests 1.25 Pants-.: 2.00 Leggins 1.00 Better write right away send for our self measure ment blanks and have a suit made. Any of Our Catalogs Free for the Asking. Win, H, Hoegee Co. 133-140-142 S. Main St , Los Angeles, Cal. When, pain or irritation exists on any part of the body, the application of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give prompt relief. "It goes right to the spot," said an old man who was rub bing It in to cure his rheumatism. C. H. Smith, propr. Smith House. Tenaha, Texas, writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment In my family for sev eral years and have found It to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains, anil I recommend it for pains in the tin oat and chest." 25c, COc and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. A railway time table Twenty utes for dinner. Chicago News. min- DO YOU WANT TO YAWN? Feel cold shlverings, aching in the bones, lack of energy, headache and great depression? These symptoms may be followed by violent headache, high fever, extreme nervousness, a condition known as malaria. Herbine cures It. Take it before the disease gets a. fair hold, though it will work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins. Manchester, Kan., writes: "I have used your great medicine, Herbine, for several years. There is nothing better for malaria, chills and fever, head ache, biliousness, and for a blood-purifying tonic there Is nothing as good." 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. It's easy to be cured my way.y. You put my appliance on when you go to bed; yoa feel a glowing warmth passinsr through yo lr bod mid the electric power gh'ea all the organs new life. When you wake up in the tp.ornlntj you feel bright, lively and vigorous, and yo i wonder where your pains and aches have gone. My belt has removed the cause, and they will, never return. That's a better way than making a drug store of your stomach. And who ever saw anybody actually cured by drugs? I tell you drug.i don't cure, and if you have tried them yoa know it. Nearly ail of my cured patients tried drugs first. Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt Cures While You Sleep, i Oak, Shasta Co., Cal. Mr. Mclaughlin. i&tt&Si&&S''-- Dear Sir: My husband and 1 are truly grateful to you for the good results obtained from wearing your wonderful Belt. I am sure I should have been a widow were it r.ot for the Belt, and It acted Just as you Kaid it would, those unpleasant, painful attacks became less and les frequent and finally disappeared. We both heartily recommend jour He'.t to all sufferers. Yours very truly, MRS. W. H. BUSCOYiBE. I want to talk with men who have tried every other known remedy; men who have about given up trying and think that there is no cure for them. 1 don't think you do justice to yourself to fill your poor poor Ktumarh with drugs day after day, when you don't see anything but temporary stimulation In them. (If you want stimulation, take whisky: it is alcohol, like the drugs, and does less harm taken the same way.) I want to explain how vital power is restored by electric ity, and 1 can prove, to you that vital power is nothing but electricity. Then you can see that your trout le can be cured by electricity and can understand why drugs don't cure you. Come and let me show you the only road to health, strength and happiness. No healthy person was ever nnhappy. because :i heart full of vitality is light and Joyous, and quickly shakes off tho gloom und depression which Is called grief. Some people are unhappy without cause. That is depreslon due to weakness. If you live in Aravaipa, Arizona, you know Mr. Benton who sufier ed from rtomach trouble. See what ho rays now: y Aravaipa. Ariz. Dr. McLaughlin: Dear Sir: Your Halt nearly cured me of Stomach Trouble and I am quite sure that if I had continued to use It I would be p rfectly cured of Stomach Trouble. Who' ever I have been I have praised your Belt and I hope you are doinj a gooj business with it. as you certainly deserve to do well, riease accept my slacere thanks for the good you have done me. Very truly yours. J. B. BENTON. i My way is different from all others. It is my own plan, and it is i" simple as anything can be. I find a man sufferin;; from Ftomach trouble, arising from a weakness of the or-fann of di;reuhn and jssimilatioii. Now, what is the use of pouring drugs Into the poor stomach? It do- not want drugs to force an action. It wants strength. You know there Is not an organ in the body which will not do its work well if it has the strength. You will never feel a pain or moment of distress tfnless some part of your body is weak. Remember thu. and don't paralyze your poor . stomach with poisons. My plan is to giv strength to the part that Is rilling I do that and the trouble Is gone re f..re you understand why. Tr. McLaughlin: Dear Sir: The Belt I bought from days after I had suffered for two years health to your Belt. Dulc N. M. you cured me In twentv-elght with Rheumatism. I o.ve niv Yours trulv, TIM GALLIC.OS. RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY TROUBLES, LAME BACK, SCIATICA. STOMACH TROUBLES. NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VITALITY. AND EVERY INDICATION THAT YOU ARE BREAKING DOWN PHYSI CALLY, I CAN CURE, OR WILL FORFEIT $1,000. I don't think there is any case of weakness, failure of vitality or of any trouble resulting from the imperfect action of any organ of fit body that I can't cure. Of course, I do not cure all cases, but I have s;uch confidence in my treatment that I will pay $1,000 for a case that comes in my line of treatment which I can't cure with my reven'ly perfected appliance. I am now curing troubles which I would rt touch befor?. '; Carrizozo. N. M. Dr. McLaughlin, , ; Dear Sir: In re.y to yoi r letter I will say that I am very weli pleased with the Belt for it has been a remarkable help to me. I would not do witho.it it for JlftO, for I feel like a new man. I ran cheerfully recommend the Belt to every man who is suffering Avlth kidney trouble and vou are at liberty to use this letter If you wish. Yours truly, . . W. H. HARRIS. WRITE TO ME, Let me show you how many thousands have been cured bv my methods, and how simply I overcome the most aggravated cases. Be just to yourself, to your family and friends, and make yourself a man among men in the easiest way, and at the least cost. Wrlt t me for my book, which Is full of the things that Inspire you to regain health. It is free,sealed. If you will Inclose this ad. and tell me aUout your troubles. B Has: KlcLAUGU, 129 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Can you eat grapes without thinking of appendicitis ?- -Atchison o Globe first met her, the date he proposed, thi date of the wedding, her birthday, and the age of the baby when it cut its first Uoth Atchison Globe. .o - Very Little to Know. The Whyness. "The fact is my husband ss'ni to know his own mind." 'Oh that's a very small mr Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I suppose" said Mrs. Mixer "My rep utation as a bread maker Is due to the practice I have had. I am the mother of seven boys, you know." "Yes," rejoined Mrs. Catchlngton. 'and my reputation as a matchmaker is doubtless due to the fact that I am the mother of nine daughters." Chicago doesn't ! News. o tter." lynching for the crimes which cause Il legal execution In the South. The en franchisement of the negro was a ser ious mistake. I am of the opinion that It would be well to leave the solution of the negro problem to the Southern people. They know best what to do." The attention of the daughters wi.. refuse to let their fathers marry again Is called to the ease of Mr. X. H: daughters let him marry aga'n and hi second wife had the entire care of hi-:, during a four years' illness, letting th-? daughters escape. Atchison Globe. "My boss has promised to tf ise my "alary on the firl of next month," said flyman. "Sorry, old man." interrupted Newitt, "but I've had to borrow some money myself this week." o A woman's idea of a good memory in a man is one who can tell when he As time goes on. It becomes hardor to ' find a girl who can accomplish some thing without first organizing a club with that end in view. Atchison Globe. Changs Converted a Bishop. 1 1 r ti in i r t i FREE Write for Our Book We want you to have our booklet which illustrates each floor of ojr Immense ttoie and enumerates each piae of furnit ire which our stock contains. It gives "you some id -a of the immensity of onr business. gg te Bishop William M. Brown of the Arkansaw Episcopal diocese says that' before he left Ohio for his present field j of labor he used to look with horror on j lynchlnjr. "But since I have been South ! my ejes have been opened." he adds.1 "Imprisonment does no good, and lean think of no other' punishment than M0N06P.AM BRAND. Elastic Hosiery, Fully exemplifies the saying "A little too good Is Just good enough." In our new building. 212-214 S. Hill St., Loa Angeles, Cal., where we have some 25.- 000 ft. of floor space at our disposal, we j are devoting more attention than ever to our famous Monogram Elastic Hosi ery. Our guarantee "Twice the wearing quality of any other make" should lead you to write for our "Monogram Book let." Sweeney Surgical Mfg. Go. - LOS ANGELES. CAL. NILES PEASE FURNITURE COMPANY, i Dealers in Parlor, Dining Room, Library, Bedroom, KitcHen and Office FURNITURE Also Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Lace Cutains, etc Agents for Macey's Sectional Bookcases, the best bookcase made. We also carry all kinds of Carpets, Rugs and Draperies. Agents for Hodge's Fiber Car pets and Rugs a very popular floor covering. We Invite the people of Arizona to. visit our store when In our city. We have again added six thousand feet to our floor space, making a total of over seventy thousand square feet of floor space, which Is fully occupied by best of everything In all lines of goods we a handle. Come and see us. 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