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not Bf 111 Another. out 1:30 o'clock this moriiiug two 9, ouo 01 wuom registered as iv . iv llofi; turned Into tbo Pacific IIouso on Pacific avenue and occupied ft bed in room No. 8. IIofT's companion bad a pocket book containing betwoen $10 and $17 which he left iuhia vost pock- et thrown over the bod post. Ho awoke this morning to find pocket book and contouts uon est. Suspicion polutod to dishwasher J. Brown, who holds forth at Dare's restaurant ou Lamar street and who occupied tbo . 1 l il At 41.- firniiiir KUUUL 1UU LlllltJ bllU IIIUUUJ (IB IU180UU, I1U Yf U9 UIIUUU vvivtw ""hlnf nrPnllnn Arnold who after OUQ8 tioning him failed to .elicit any fact connecting Drown with the.robbory and accordingly let him go. Firo men occupied the room and no dun hns boon fuKtoncd on any parly3 In particular. Loudlng as Usual. Messrs. Knoptly & Son, the Main street jowolcrs have rocoived this sea son a stock which in fits li I on and style, oxteu'ivcucss and varloty oclipsoj any of their former efforts- Kxpccting to move into their now building on tno 1st thuy bought very largely and rau saoked the comers of thoonrth tor nov elties and goms. lieiug disappointed in the timo of obtaining posossion they huvo decided to exhibit and offer for sale their immense purchases in their present location. For Diamonds KuepllyA Son havo nlways been at the bend, and this year tney navo ex celled tbemeolvcs. In watches they occupy the same position as with dia monds. A larger 6tock than auy house in the state to select from and of tho leadiuir mnkes of movemonts, and cases of the most artistic finish ( aud designs. ' Those contemplating a noiiuay or 1.1 !.. I.I ..I-.. . ....!. I.. UUUlMir Kill vuuiu uutnuivuiuujtuiug oro boautilut or usoiui tuau a am- loud or. watch at Kuepfly & Son's. .'he blue ribbon iron) tho exposition is exhibited in their store. Court Notes. W. D. Wylie has filed suit in the dis trict court againbt the Dallas Street Railroad Company and tho city of Dal las for $2000 damages for placing a ditch in front of his properly. In the county court this morning the following cases wero disposed of: George Almes, assault and battery, discharged; O. A. Wobster in three charges for selling Louisiana State Lottery tickets 11 nod $10 in each case and dischargod in tho third. Wash Lewis, carrying pistol, dis charged. ' Pond's Extract irivcs immediate roller from pain. Its reputation and Bule extend everywhere Caution: Countei'lelts are ibngeroiiH to use. We Mean What We Bay. You can buy Holiday Goods of us for less money tbau from any other (briers in the city. IIlCKOX & II EARN E, Corner Main and Lamar Sts. CONGRESSIONAL. Fiftieth CongressFirst Ses sion. SliNATE. Washington, Doe. C After the Oak CHIT Hallway Itrlrtjcc A paper published a fow days ago that in place of the false-work of the Oak Cliff railway Trinity bridgo it was " reported that an iron bridgo was on tho way." The truth is that the iron bridge is here ou the grounds and in courso of construction, the largo iron piers bciug now about com pleted. Tho Oak Cliff railway doc'ni live on" reports." GenevelTe Are cheap, are good; go for them. This marvelous and unrivalled brand has just made iu appearance on the market, aud its popularity is already unbounded. No cigar ever met with such an enthusiast io reception since the invention of tobicco. The doors hadn't been open ton minutes before tho house was crowded, and the stand ing i oom was so full of eager pur chasers that their feet stuck out through the transom. President Cleveland scut for the first box, aud said he would rather be the man who jnado that cigar than to be presidout Jo be had only at C V. Waller drug more, 720 Elm street. Say, tl'iggte, do you know that Thoiuptou & Price's Christinas goods will bo here this week? Do, my own darling get me a box of California crystalized fruit. Gumbo file an4 fine Mexican coffee Just arrived at Boucue's grocery store. Mrs. J. V. Meolcy Is very sick at her home on McKlnney avenue from the effects of poison oak contracted while gathering pecans several weeks ago. Mother may I go out to swim ? Yes my son, after going to 'Ihouipson & Price's for a Whittaker ham. Tno innv. Ilin mnw. Ihn liiauti- i ft n i 1 t . i I I in. iaui(i iue uier nuuureu ound ham at Thompson & Price's canght the ball and saved the life of a great poeu California fruits, new moiases, evapo rated fruits, krout, eta, at Craddock's 03 Ervay Street Grocery. rca'dlug of tho Journal the senate took recess to await communication from the presidout. After recess had been extended for aquattcrof nu hour longer Senator Morrill reported that tho joint com mlttoo appointed to wait upon tho president had performed its duty, and had been iuformod that tbo presidout would immediately communicate with cougross iu writing. Thereupon one of the president's secretaries presented several messages in writing aud tho presiding o Ulcer laid before tho seuato tho president's annual mossagn, which was read. The following nominations by tho Drcsidcut were thon handed to (lie secrelary : Lucius Q. C. Lamar of Mississippi to be associate jtistico of tho Huprome court of tho United States. William F.Vilas of Wisconsin, to bo secretary of tho interior. Don M. Dickenson of Michigan, to bo postmaster general. Charles S. Fairchild of New York to bo secretary of the troasury. George L. Hives of New York, to bo assistant secretary of slate. Isaac II. Mayuor of New York, to bo assistant secretary of tho treasury, Sigourney Uutlor, of Massachusetts, to be socond comptroller , of tho treasury. Jantos W. Hyatt of Couuccticut, to bo treasurer of the United Stales. HOUBK. Tho proceedings of tho house this morning wero opened with a prayer by the chaplaiu. Mr. Mills of Toxaj offered a rosolu tiou directing tho speaker to appoint committees on rule, accounts, enrolled bills and mileage Mr. Cox of New York, chairman of tho committee appointed to wait upon bo president, reported that tho presi dent would commuuicato with the houso iorthwiih. Some resolutions changing uuim portaut rules wero adopted; one ol which was: By Mr. Johnson of North Corollna Providing that whou any motion or proposition to amend the rovonuo laws is under cousidoratiou,auy amend ment thereto or substitute therefor. whether it refers to internal or cue toms revenue, shall be in order. At 12:20 a recess was taken until 12.40, when the president's private secrelary appeared at tho bar of the House with the president's annual message. It was received and read. House then adjourned. Pianos for rent at Froos & Sou's. J. L. Williams, 605 Main street, Hiuplon Uu, Lubricating Oils, etc. Complaints continue to issue from residents of McKlnney avenuo of the discharge of pistols on that street af ter nightfall. This disturbing prac tice wa repeated last night in the tame neighborhood about 8 o'clock. ItapUi Improvement. The public is always glad to hear ol improvements, and just at this par ticular season the people will bo pleas ed to hear, or if they are already cus tomers there, bo retnludod that there is a plainly percopciblo improvement going on at Thompson & Price's family grocery store. These gentle, men are tmly enterprising, aud have put within their spacious house every thing that the most painstaking and fastidious housewife could desire or think to ask for we meau, of course, iu tho grocery Hue. In ptovisioue, pickles, sauces, etc., their shelves are artistically laden with the very best brands ; woile their meats and Jard of the famous Whittaker braud is auotn er strong drawing card" of this house. They are prompt aud obliging. Give them an order and you wi'i go again. There has been no new develop ments in the reported robbery of Mr Albert Alston alleged to have oc curred Monday night. It a clue is to, be cad the Ds'Ias police w!'l get it. New preserves, fresh butter, cheese, hams, fruits, cranberries, etc. at Crad dock's Ervay Street Groteiy. Col. W. D. Wylie returned from a trip to Corsicana this morning. riafa Facts.. You can buy holiday goods from us for less money then from any other dealer In the city. Hickox & Ilea rue, cor. Main and Lamar strccst. J. I. W'tlama, 60S Mp'n Pccket Knives, Dird Seed. street, THE GRANGE Grocery Company IS STILL, TO THIS FRONT IN Low Prices and a Fine Assortment of Goods. ((:)) Having proven that we bave adopted a plan of bualncas which will enable us to tell goods CHEAPER -:- THAN. -:- OTHERS, We now wish to say to both city and country poople tiiut Wi akc Your Friknis, anil II you will continue to patronlzi us as you liuve done in the pant, wo will prove our frlemUlilp by helping you to SAVE Y0 UR MONEY. We can ftinuuli you all with goods at our lowprlces. You may think that Savingr a Nickel or Dime on this article or lliat don't signify, but It Has Dunn Proven In the management or all institutions, either lagre or small, that It is the ooklng after or neglect of little things that tcuils to the bill Hag up or breaking down of ay kind of business. It must be remembered that all large things are made of small ones, and no one need hope for even a moderate success In life who will not learn to save the nickels. Ou account of the frequent changes In the market we ds not quote prices, but can assure you that we will at all times sell at Prices Which No One Can Beat! And which will beat most every one. Consignment of Country : Butter, : Chickens : and : Eggs Solicited. Most of you know whore we arc, but for the benefit or those who do not we can be found at I'M "7 17T Hf CT1 J In a large frame building two blocks west of Union Depot I 11 i fji r ,r o rP I lft I XVLuflOl J and opposite Uuek-Horu corner. Tan Electric Telephone. J li'l J1i1jJ.Y1 O 1 WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JELLY, PRESERVES AND TEA. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. Itecoeder'a Court. Three cases of intoxication lined $5 each ; A. Gardner, tailing to pay occu pation tax, continued; Lewis Crumby, throwing stones, contluuod ; Tom Spivey, assault and battory, bond for faited and alias capias issued ; Ruber t Parks and Tom Spivey, fighting, con tinued; Chas. Davis, nuisance, fined $10; Nick Arlhus, Jne. Daros. and Jno. Arthus, obstructing street, each case continued. Gall and See for Yoraell I hat you can buy holiday goods of us for loss money than from any other dealer iu the city. Hickox & llcarno, cor. Main aud Lamar streets. Holiday Attractions HARDMAN It was remarked on tho streets to day that not less than KK)0 mechanics are idle in Dallas ou account of tho un favorable weather. Important Notion. You can buy Holiday Goods for less money of us than from any other dealers in the city. Hickox & iiearnk, Corner Main aud Lamar Sis. WANTED A good gentle well disposed cat to use in taking pie tnrei. Apply to J. H. Webster, High Priced Photographer, 803 Elm or 804 Main streets. 909 Elm street, lull weitrht. srood measure, polite clerks, prompt deliv ery, bave orders lor our solicitors, Thompson Ss Price. Turf (roods of all descriptions, such as saddles, bridles, harness, bits, bait ers, boots, knee caps, etc, in the larg est assortment, at the turfman's head quarters, Padgitt Bros. Pianos lor rent at Frees & Son's. OOO ELM STREET, Thompson & Price Grocers. Retail Wo keep nothing but the very best goods we can purchase. Onr price are reasonable, and we guaranteo you full weights aud good measures, we are here to stay aud a'l we ask is a trial order and we can couvince you we do what we advertise to do. We don't promise a piauo to every custo mer because it would break us to keep our word, but we do promise you honest and polite attention. We are gaining now customers daily but we must have more, and if we cau't creep into your estimation by news paper talk, we will do 1 by personal visits of our junior who says the bnsinesa roust be doubled during the next two months. PIANOS. In PLAIN and FANCY CASES and on very easy payments at the warerooms of FREES & SON, 812 and 814 Main Street DALLAS, TEXAS.