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and- Cotton Factors.
Office and Warehouse, Corner Spring and Travis
and Texas; and Comnmeroe Streets
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SUPPLY BILL PASSIE
The Measure Goes Through the
House With Little Debate.
A RECORD BREAKER.
The Act Involves the Expenditure eof
$2t,486,808-War Revenue Will
Not Be Reduced Mere Than `
Washington' Dec. 12.--Tbe first of the
great supply bills, legislative, executive
and judicial, was passed by the house
Monday in record time. The bill car
vies $24,496,1108 and has 131 pages, but
there wan less than 10 minutes debate
upon it. No other business was trans
The day under the roles of the house
belonged to the District of Columbia
committee, but owing to the desire of
the leaders to proceed with the legislat
ive, exeontive and judicial appropriation
bill, district day was postponed for a
week. The legislative bill was immedi
stely taken up. Mr. Bipgham of Penn
sylvania, who was in charge of the
measure, made a preliminary statement
of its contents,.after which there being
no desire to speak from either side of the
house, general debate was closed and
the roll was read for amendments under
the 5-minute rule.
Both parties in the recent campaign,
Mr. Bingham said, pledged themselves
to economy and retrenchment. Tie
pending bill, the first of the big moneta
ry bills, wasa step in that direction.
Mr. Robinson of Indiana said if re
- trenchment was desired a provision
a should have been inserted in tde bill to
out off the 30-days' sick leave in addi
tion to the 80 days leave now allowed to
olerks in the eseoutive departmeutsa
Mr. Bingham said that snuch legisla.
tion did not come within the public
revenue bill and that the subjeot of
leaves are in the hands of various hesds
of the departmenkt.
Yr. Robinson declared that clerks ia
the government service, outside of the
eIecutive departments, did not receive
tbs leave of abcasee and he did not
think it just to d1sorimidate.
An amendment providing for 12 addi
tional temporary clerks to dispose of the
acoamulated business in the offioe of the
comptroller of the tremsery was adopted.
At the oonoteson of the reading of
the bill, which aonsisted of 1l pages,
SMr. Blagham thanked the house for the
eonfdenee daows in te appropratios
eosmittee for allowing the bill to go
through unchanged and then the bill
At S5 p. m. the house adjouraed.
Washington, Dec. 11.-The house
adptied resol.tion for o oal in.
Yetig.tiou of the aleged' na of Of .
det Boos at Wesa 1Piot and then took
up the war mseas reduction bill.
Troqvamme fer the Css.brat*o.r e les
frg the Capitos . Wmbagtesm.
Waslagton, Dec. it-The ceteanIsal
sbmadcm qgaf -i nblishment of the
seat of government I the Disri of
Oolaupi will bsgia aSt 1 o'clock
this morning with a resption b the
p.reident to the ofa otheses
This tuacie wtop falce by as e
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tihoa, !n wlIr . lrl e io> es..r
slo -" 1 e 'i-e-sidst to bshe a
ho) whe s .tti o'shek ths jluut suex.
we -an. I wl * os d,'.
W a.I Ut s e broiM 1.d thehU lotu. s
S- lsts, Hoe. W1U1.a P. ! peJuiang
Il tbss wauee p ta m wlf bheve
ei I . ttgagg e. o1t.- the iasoar.
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-e Bat was efbesn the an emsaw
foed artbd 164satone oir.a.... soo-y
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as as.s d i m*s tumla ieese.mittss
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Laila. Uri i I*-J. avaast
Y0S0l'rUPWS ~Imt of
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Coth Sides Contident They Will
Win in the End.
f Railway Officials Say Trafc Is Ioviag
About as Usual and Telegraph
era Assert That the Kead Is
In a Bad Vay.
e Hotton, Dec. 12 -There is not the
e slightest indication of a settlement of
e the telegraphers' strike. The reports
that emanate from the Order of Railway
*t Telegraphers' headquarters and those
e coming from the general offices of the
s. reports differ materially. The men re
port that the strike has proven an un
e qualified sucoess and the company
a represents that it has turned rut to be
, a complete fizzle. There is not the
"' slightest indication of a weakness on
n either side and no show of a compro
a mise being made.
Reports are being circulated at the
Order of Railway Teleraphers' head
e quarters, and with them it seems to be
t a question of time until the offlotals of
g the road will realise that their business
e cannot be conducted without members
d of the Order of Railway Telegraphers
r and that the tie up and loss of revenue
resulting therefrom will bring the oom
t, pany to terms.
n The attitude of the Santa Fe is exact
y as has been from the the beginning.
. It is announced as the intention of the
company to continue filling the places of
,. the strikers, which it claims is able to
n do, and provide the new men with ade
: quate protection from violeane where
i. the conditions indicate 'they are in dea
a ger of personal injury.
It is therefore the intention on its
- psrt to fight to the finish. The prepara
tions have been made with that end in
4 view and there is as yet no reason to
V doubt that it will waver from its par
MOST PLACES FILLED.
OmBlat lS y Owly O .. Smdred sad
naI T.leg.rap Opeators Neeed..
Chicago, Dee. l --A.oordiug to the
officals of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe railroad in Ohicago only 150 of
the vacancies made by the strike of the
telegraph operatortgn that system yet
remain to bi flled and al these are east
o Albuquerque, including the pufft dl.
Svision, the center of the strike trouble.
Officials alsoatse enough men already
had been engaged t fill half these places
and that train service of the whole sya
tem, both freight wad eger, Is now
restored to the basis euadn betore tie
'-trke was nlaled.
General anager Nrlin of osI An
gel. telegrpaphed that everything was
running smoothly west of Albmquerque
and that all the places at striking opera
tore had been lled.
Lo&a striking operators, bowewer, in.
sat the tie up is practically ompltte
and urging striking opetors to remial
Owing to the wide disorp eay be
sween t'lesmanesot railroad oecials
and leders of the striksigprators it
is t oible so cerreotly eatioate the
asaber of operat/ o ea.
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q-s satsh ofbe
walked ontlaso wee
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Jrm meop re uwid wear
sraea*g at -
Wa'braine, Tea., Des, L-.
own was thrown into om'-rIhe en.
site a tat day evenaing by , tragedy.
Ognnp i A. T. Slasghter oft mncr, a
weseepeted and susanti a mutis d
the/ oonat we. of the eicl a.,
red Wbitse, of Wha t isne was
! ismeely wouaded. Seth Diueoa, a
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a w~d- tn
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led iavcimi~r r ýMsehabh, and web
as$1 yuto . H. feiuted wa.a
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.Usase Fcr ot and.I*y, bas s.
poy 4Jobs DsrIh to p.$. Amwaa
,iýi o ocd -tbm temimd O.ooam.
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An llones0 WOIans SbtOI
The testimonials published from users of Wine of Cardul are honest narratives written with
solicitation from us. Mrs. ay is only one of thousands of good women whose testimonials are on ft
in our office. The writers are all living people who are rejoicing in health after knowing the pangs of
sufering. With such testimony as Mrs. Ray's before you, can you with justice to youamself neglect to
take Wine of Cardui for those torturing ills which are making your life as unhappy as her life was?
Why not seare the mame relief as he seared All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardul.
Osona, Texas, 4, 1899.
I have been ick more than two years with womb trouble I ache all over, have ptai in my,
bhik, abo In my hea st, shoulders, side, head and am never well a day. My msmes come very merps.
lady and n alt they a r arevery month, and last from s to seven days. I keep a boarding.
house ddoall tcookl.ngmyself. At times I am so bad off I have to lie down. I have had two doctors
treating me b.t they did me no good, sooI wih yo would sdy y case and let me know whether you can
care me. Ms. RUBY RAY.
Mrs. Ry ."ached all over and was never wel a day". You cannot possibly suffer worse than she.
She had about given up hope of ever enjoying good health again when she was cured by WINE OF
CARDUL She was so grateful for her delivery from suffering that six onli fter. when she was a
cured woman, she remembered her debt to Wine of Cardul and wrote the fowing testimonials
Orona, Texas, Feb. 28, 1900.
I now write to Itform yor that I am entirely cured by your Wine of Cardul and Thedford's Black.
Draught. Mrs. RUBY RAY.
In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ledies'
Advisory Deparatment". The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tean.
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Accounts~and collections respec
A Paer bm- .L .
car of sme e ,
yea. feet £ 4ress
Bids are hereby Irvited for building £ I
bridpe. sbout bM or Oh1~it long, knows as
Usseosk bridge,-is labsie, ahebt ese
'4 aiie lrss city ITe~s. bead bidgoe to
t be built (f wOoo asbirdisg w, parish1
Ssoeseatioeas. Bide to be opened at aer
e.50oa of the Jury, Deoeibur .1, 1
Lhe, Juty resrves tie rigat to ref. ct
La.ll bue. W M. ',INI Bt.
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AL DUBIEe&K Clara.
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JudgeI Ciu ort, hsYjxI
' Iendreyf David?,rt Tabeg,
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(via the Cotton Belt).
Tickets to the Old States will be sold o
Cotton Belt, December 20th, 21st and 22d,
Return limit, 30 days.
* Ask your nearest Cotton Belt Agent for s.y
mation you desire for your trip. He will tell
exact cost of a ticket from your place.
take to make the best time sad
you in any other way he can
B. W. L.BBAUMe,
ha'l Pass'r aad Tites Agent,