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TOE BANNER, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1902
IS A SERIOUS MATTER.
The Most serious and Fatal Diseases Arise
Chronic Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
while a rery common trouble, has for
some time been looked upon by able
Physicians as a serious thins, and that
do time should be lost in treating it
properly at the start, because recent re
searches bare shown that the most seri-
ou«, fatal and incurable diseases have
tbeir origin in simple dyspepsia or indi
Diabetes is simply one form of lndi
tee ion, the sugar and starohy food not
being assimilated by the digestive or
pans. In Bright's disease the albumen
h not properly assimilated.
W hile consumption and dyspepsia are
twin diseases, and it is beyond question
that dyspepsia makes a fertile soil for
tne seeds of consumption. But the
trouble has been to find a remedy that
con'd be depended upon to cure dyspep
sia. as it is notoriously obstinate and
riitlieult to cure.
Tnis has been the question which has
l u/z'ed physicians and dyspeptics alike,
until the question was solved three years
igo by the appearance of a new discovery
111 the medical world known as Stuart’s
Dyspepsia Tablets, which it wasclaimed
was a certain, reliable cure for every
form of stomach trouble.
I’nysicians, however, would not accept
►uch statements without first giving the
new remedy many tests and carefully
For three years the remedy has been
thoroughly tested in eyery section of the
country and with surprising and satis
Smart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be
honestly claimed to be a specific, a radi
cal lasting cure for indigestion in the
various forms of acid dyspepsia or sour
stomach, gas or wind on stomach, too
much bile, nndue fullness or pressure
after eating and similar symptoms re
sulting from disordered digestion.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets were not
placed before the publio nntil this three
years’ trial left no doubt as to their
value and they have recently been
placed in the trade and can be found on
sale at all druggists at the nominal price
of 50 cents per package.
No extravagant claims are made for
the remedy, it will not cure rheumatism,
pueuminia. typhoid fever or any thing
tut just what it is claimed to cure and
that is every form of stomach trouble.
No dieting is necessary, good wholesome
food and plenty of it and you may rest
assortd that btuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
Will digest it. Druggists claim for it
that it is a pleasure to recommend it to
dyspeptics, because it gives such univer
TOR PENSIONS PASSED
Goes Through the House With
MEASURE CARRIES $139,847,000.
LAGPIPPfc HAS TIGHT
; BLALP ON ENGLAND
Tfc'.msanib Flocking to India
G*SS P FROM LONDON TOWN.
It Is Practically Identical with the Ap-
propagations Made For the Current
Year and Contains No New Legisla
Washington, De<c. 6.—I mmt?d lately
after the reading of the journal the
houtie today entered on the comilder*
tion of the i>emjion appropriation bilL
The bill arou»ed no discussion. Mr.
Barney, of Wisconsin, in charge of the
measure, explained that the appropri
ations it carried aggregating $131*.847..
OoO, were practically Identical with
those for the current year and that It
contained no now legislation. The bill
then was passed without a word ol
comment, exactly 10 minutes having
been consumed in its consideration.
Mr. Ol instead, of Virginia, presented
the report on the Wagner-Butler con
tested election (“use from the twelfth
Missouri district and gave notice that
he would call it up next Wednesday.
The regular order was then demand
This was the London dock charge bill
which came orer from the last session
as unfinished business. As Mr. Sher
man. of New York, who le oppose!
to the measure, wes absent, it we4
agreed by unanimous consent that th 1 *
bill should be taken up on Monday,
and that a vote should be take n at 4: 3m
o'clock on that day.
The house then proceeded with tip’
call of com;nitn<*. Bills were passe 1
to readjust the times for holding court
In the western judicial district of Trx
as, to confer jurisdiction upon the cir
cuit court and distilcts of South Da
kota. in certAln Indian cases; to ere
ate a new division of the western ju
dicial district of Missouri.
stress Is Prevailing Among
■j Classes—Thousands of Un-
rd Persons Are Daily Clamor
peady I c«
so aie ley
are on tin
ing to th
SLATED FOR BUCK’S PLACE.
John Barrett, of Oregon. Will Go tc
Washington. Dec. 6.—President
Roosevelt today authorized th** ofiicia
statement to be made that h-
would nominate John Barrett
of Oregon, to be United State
minister to Japan to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Minister A!
fred E. Buck.
GOULD AND HARRIMAN FIGHT.
Trar.ascnt:nental Passenger Traffic
War May Be Precipitated.
New Orleans. Dec. C.—A transconti
nental passenger traffic war Is likely to
be precipitated at New Orleans by
the lat; st move of the Southern Pa
cilic tnilrnud in Joining in a union
doi-ot plan with the Illinois Contra!
rR ,: »io:i'!. cutting out the Ixiuisvillc
an.I N.:s.hv!!le ctosslng. This action
it is !>• lieved. will result in the Louis
vl!> and Nashville* and the Texas an 1
P-acilie joining in an agreement
handle transcontinental traffic. This
will likely !>e done unless the Lou!
rille and Nashville is forced to ont'»i
the union depot on Jan. 1. when th
Southern Pacific geves in as the Queen
and Crescent is Included in the plan.
The fight between the Gould and
Harriman interests is further acc«*n
tuat.d by the action of the Southern
Pacific in routing its business from
•lew York to north Texas via New Or
leans and the Shreveport and Red
River Valley railroad instead of the
Texas and Pacific.
In furtherance of its scheme of col
animation of southwest Ixmisiana and
Texas tho Southern Pacific yesterday
carried through New Orleans 1,500
horn* seekers, the third large partv
of agriculturists recently brought in
to this section by the Southern Pacific.
ExSpeaker Reed’s Condition.
Washington. Dec. 6.—Ex-Speakor T.
B. Reed's physicians this morning is
aued the following bulb tin: “Mr
Reed passed the night without the su
pervention of alarming symptoms. Hi
adept during the greater part of th*?
night, but was unable to retain nour
ishment _ satisfactorily. ^ PuTse fv9j\
temperature 98 3-5; respiration 31.
(Signed) F A. Gardner. T. K Mac
Ex-Senator Davis’ Wife Dies.
Washington. Dec. 6.—Mrs. Henry G
Davis, wife of the former senator fron
West Virginia, and mother in-law o
Senator Flklns. died at "Graceland.
her summer home, at Elkins, W. Va
grip it un*
md ha* ak-
that ;.U who can do
Hundreds of people
!d India to attend the
and thousands are fiook-
»uth of France and the
Christmas house parties are betas
organized at all the big country places
where the frost Is rapidly spoiling the
hunting and driving the gun« in
doors. In east London the winter is
having a very different effect. Thou*
aande of unemployed persons dally
congregate at the dock yard gates,
literally fighting for a chance to do
a day's work. Unskilled laborer• are
there in strong force and the police
find It necessary to protect the fore
men. who distribute the work tickets
King’s Christmas Gifts.
That portion of the fashionable
world which can afford Christmas
gifts is watching the purchases of the
members oi the royal family in order
to follow suit. King Edward’s gifts
this year run largely to pen and pen
cil holders, cigarette cases and deli
cate enamel work set with a new va
riety of soft tinted, semi-transparent
Btones heretofore unknown in the.
realm of Jewelry. Queen Alexandria
1s also partial to enamel work. This
y*-ar she is giving many photographs
In artistic enameled framue. whereas
the late Queen Victoria usually favor
ed silver for the same purpose. Queen
Alexandria's well known fondness for
pearls leads her to distribute many of
them among her more Intimate friends
at th*- Christmas season.
The king of Portugal made himself
decidedly popular during his stay In
England, besides proving himself one
of the best shots in Europe, a keen
motorist, a clever painter and & good
musician. During his visit to Blen*
helm palace he treated the house par
ty there to a number of French love
songs and Portuguese ballads.
Profitable Theatrical Season.
It is long since the London theaters
and restaurants have experienced so
pi of 1 able a season as the present. The
Wes : End ablaze with ,i*j
Iv. all, f>r amusement p’
crowded and theat«?r supper pestles
keep the fashionable hotels and res
taurants busy until long after mid
night. In the meantime the board
of trade returns show the largest per
centage for ten years past of unskilled
persons out of work, while the pro
portion of skilled men without employ,
ment is constrantly growing. Th«
Woolwich arsenal authorities have dls.
charged 2,000 mechanics 6ince the
winter set in and are preparing to let
out 4,000 more. So the army of peo
ple out of work must bo added to the
5 *.000 members of the army reserve
who have been released from service
January The First!
Our Stock Must be the Lowest We i
WE Have BEEN BUSY all the FALL.
Still We Have a Larger Stock Than
Care to Carry to the New Year
Monday Dec. 8th,
We commence our unloading sale. Get prices and
come to Davison & Lowe’s, we mean business.
Best yard wide Sea Island - - 4^ cents.
Best Calico 4*4 cents. Best Factory Checks 5 cents.
Fruit of Loom Bleaching - - 7 1=2 cents.
Good Canton Flannel - = - = 8 1=2 cents,
pc for Fleeced Back Printed Flannelettes worth 12 i=2c.
39c for Wool Suiting, 1 1=2 yards wide worth 50c.
100 Pcs extra fiine Dress Ginghrms 7 i=2, worth 12 i-2C.
8 1-2 cents for best Covert Cloths, worth 12 1-2 cents.
One lot Twill! Printed Flannelettes, fleeced back
1-2 cents, wortlj(^£$nts.
Off on Ladies' Goaks
Off on Children's Goaks
Off on Ladies' Suits
Off on Ladies' Skirts
For Holiday Adjournment.
Washington. Doc. 6.—Ri pros, ntativ
Pay no. leader of the majority, toda:
lntiodueod a resolution In the hous
for holiday adjournment from Dee. 2<l| with the color*. "he worst distress
to January 6.
A TEXA8 WONDER.
Do*. It Pay To Buy Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs and olds
is all right, but yon want something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat
and long troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regular cli
mate? Yos, if possible; if not possible
for yon, then in either case take the
ouly remedy that has been introduced
in all civilized oouDtries with success in
severe throat and lung troubles, “Bosch-
ee’s German Syrup.” ItnotoDly heals
and stimulates the tissues to destroy the
germ disease, but allays inflammation
causes easy expectoration, gives a good
night's rest, and cures the patient. Try
one bottle. Recommended many years
by all druggists in the world. You can
get this reliable remedy at H. R. Pal
mer & Sons. Get Green’s Special A1
The County Commissioners will re-
oeive np to December 8th, 1902, applioa
tions for the position of superintendent
of the County Farm for the year begin
ning January 1st, 1903. Amount of
■alary and other information will be
furnished by the undersigned.
H. O. ERWIN. Clerk.
For LaGrippeand Influ
enza use Cheney’s Expec
Mali’s Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall’s Great Dis
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of the
kidneys and bladuer in both men and
women, regolates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your Idruggistp,
will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months’ treat
ment, and will cure any case above
mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole man
ufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo
Send for testimonials. Sold by all
Greenfiield, Tenn., March 30, 1901.
Dr. E. W. Hall, St, Louis, Mo —
Dear Sir: My mother is 64 years old and
has suffered twenty-five years with kid
ney trouble, and one-third of a bottle of
your Texas Wonder, Hall’s Gr* at Dis
covery, has cared her, and I can fully
recommend it to the publio.
O. B DREWRY.
naturally i« visible :n the East End. A
number of newspapers have started
subscription columns and daily print
harrowing stories of half-clad acbool
onlldren. many of whom arc without
any f<*od except scanty luncheons fur
nlshed by sympathetic teachers. A
number of London suburban councils
are starting public works In order to
employ a small portion of the idle
OuLt Frice Sale
On Wool Dress Goods and Trimmings; On Millineiy;
On Mattings and Rugs; On Lace Curtains; On Table
Covers and Portiers; On Draperies of all kinds;
On Wool Casimers and Jeans; On Cotton Dress Goods.
Statement ol the Banks.
Now York. Doc. (j.—The statement
fo tin averages of tho clearing house
banks for the woks shows: Loans,
$881,437,00. Increase $1,611,000; de
posits $879,762,600, decrease $1,074,-
200; circulation $13,500,600, increase
$73,500; legal tenders $67,703,600, de
crease $611,700; specie $162,165,700,
decrease $0,219,100; reserve $229,940,
400, decrease $6,831,100; reserve re
qulrcd $219,940,050. decrease $1,018,.
850; surplus $9,873,750, decrease $5,812,
650; ox-U. S. deposits $20,010,500, de
CORTES WILL BE DISSOLVED.
Conservative Cabinet to Be Formed tc
Succeed Sagasta Ministry.
Madrid, Dec. 6.—King Alfonso to
day charged Senor Silvela to form a
conservative cabinet to succeed the
Sagasta ministry which resigned on
Wednesday. The eortes will be dis
solved, the king having consented to
Issue a decree to that efToet before
Senor Silvela Is busily conferring
with his supporters.
The iiortfolio of war has been of
fered to General Linares, who was
wounded at the battle of Santiago an 1
who was minister of war in 1S90.
Bear, tho AW$ IM Han Mwajs BoiigH
W Han Mwajs
Filed Deed of Trust.
Cincinnati, Doc. 6.—The Brunswick
Collender company, manufacturers ol
billiard and pool tables and bar fx
tures. today gave a deed of trust ol
Its properties here and In other cities,
to the Union Savings and Trust com
pany of Cincinnati, for half a million
dollars, to be applied to enlargement
of their establishment in Chicago,
Trunks, Umbrellas, Underwear for Ladies, Children
and Men. Closing out Furs. Big lot Shopping Bags.
Sample lot choice 25 and 50 cents, worth more than
double this priice.
FOR HOLIDAY GOODS
His Eye Valued at $10,000.
New York. Dec. 6.—-Ten thousand
dollars Is the value of an eye. accord
ing to a verdict for damages awarded
by a Jury in the Brooklyn suprem*
court In favor ol Fred H. Dlttman.
The plaintiff was employed by an elec
trical company at.d was injured by e
broken belt on the machinery.
Fast Express Wrecked.
Thuro, N. S., Dec. 6.—The Canadian
Pacific fast express, which left Hali
fax for St. John and Montreal this
morning was wrecked on the Inter-Co
loninl railroad near Belmont station.
Four persons were killed and several
passengers and one brakeman injured
You Will Find Many
Useful Things Suitable
at Right Prices at the
Davison & Lowe.
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