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TO TAKE THE KOAD'.
Borne Senatorial Junketing Parties Waiting for Warm Weather. EOT ALL OP TEEH ARE PICNICS. Considerable Work Connected With Some of the Missions. MAS! MILES HATE TO BE COVERED, And In at Least Two Instances Elaborate Reports Ira Expected, As soon as the warm weather is fairly on, several Senatorial tours of investigation will be begun. Nearly a dozen parties in all will take the road. About the most im portant are the Pacific Bailway and Cana dian relations committees. There are also a number of Senatorial picnic parties that will not travel, but will hold their sessions in "Washington. israelii. TELEQILUI TO THS DISrATCn.l Washington-, March 13. Several Sen atorial junketing trips will start out from Washington as soon as the warm weather is fairly established. The Senate at the regu lar session that closed on Harch 4 didn't authorize as many of those roving commis sions as usual, still there is almost a dozen that have been intrusted with the duty, of looking into various subjects of more or less importance. i The first one that will take the road is the special committee appointed "to consider the President's message transmitting the report of the Pacific Railway Commission." Senator Frye is chairman of this committee, and his colleagues upon it are Messrs. Dawes, Hiscock, Morgan, Butler and Hearst. On April 6 they will leave Wash ington for a personal inspection of the lines of the CentralJ and Union Pacific roads and all their feeders. The party will visit Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Port land and every other place where these two great systems run, and they intend to actually ride over everymile of track which the two big corporations operate. It is un derstood that the committee are to be the guests of the road on their jaunt, which may last six weeks. KOT all a ricjric. The committee on our relations with Canada, of which Mr. Hoar is chairman, and the sub-committee of the Inter-State Commerce Commission, ordered to examine the charges of monopoly and discrimination on the part of the Canadian roads, and of wnicn aenator umiom is chairman, were both authorized to travel where and when they please, to take testimony, send for persons and papers, etc They haven't yet decided what course they will pursue, or mapped out their line of work. As soon as the present session of the Senate adjourns they will do this. The Hoar com mittee are likely to go for a short trip to Canada, and Senator Cullom will take the members of his committee all along the border and hold sessions at all the points where Canadian roads enter this country, and make a thorough investigation of the question of the shipment of goods in bonds across the United States. The Committee on Indian Affairs, of which Mr. Dawes is chairman, will not forget its usual summer picnic into the wild western haunts of the red men A sub committee will be formed, and as soon a warm weather sets in they will go to the towns along the northern' border of the United States, and also to the Indian Terri tory. There is no pressing subject relating to the Indians to be investigated at present, but one will be looked up before the time arrives for the committee to start. AEID LANDS JLAMATIOJT. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, is Chairman of a special committee appointed to look iuto the matter of the irrigation and recla mation of arid lands. One of the regular appropriation bills of the last Congress con tained an appropriation for the preliminary work in this direction. The Western Sena tors feel confident that the experiments will prove so successful and popular that the subject of reclaiming all the waste arid lands will be soon engaging the attention of Congress. The committee will personally visit the desert places, and report next win ter as to how much water and money is needed to make them blossom as the rose. The special committee, with Senator Vest at its head, that last fall took testimony in the principal Western cities as to the al leged combine meat products, will continue its work during the coming recess, and sub mit an elaborate report in December. In addition to these traveling committees that will take the road in the spring, others have been authorized to make investiga tions as follows: COMMITTEES THAT WOX'T TEAVEL. The Committee on Epidemic Diseases, Senator Harris, Chairman, to examine the cause of vellnw fprpt-in fMe Mnntw j discover a method of preventing its intro duction and spread. The Sub-committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Senator Spooner, Chairman, to continue the investi gation of the manner of the letting of the contracts for public building by the Super vising Architect's office, and the Committee on Mines and Mining, Senator Stewart, Chairman, to investigate the matter of filing ot suits against miners 'in Nevada for cutting timber on public lands. These committees do not expect to travel, and will not work outside of Washington. They will take testimony from time to time, and then leave to the respective chairmen the task of preparing the reports. WITHDRAWS BOM PITTSBUEG. Navy Officers Nearly All Ordered Aboard Their Tends. That there is considerable activity in the United States Navy just now cannot be denied. The way it happens to be noticed here is the withdrawal of nearly all the navy officers from inspecting duties in this city. There used to be as many as 15 of them here at once putting steel for new cruisers to the test at the various mills. But two remain now. The last of the others departed in pursuance to orders last Monday. An offi cerot one of the steel companies says he believes the navy is being put into the best shape possible for any emergency in the Samoan affairs. FOE THE CEXTEAL TEACTIOJi. y Stones Heine Hauled and Ground Will be Broken April 1. Contractors Booth & Flinn have begun to haul Belgian blocks for the paving of Wylie avenue after the conduit of the Cen tral Traction is laid. Ground will be broken Monday April 1. The"intention is to tear up the road bed east of Pulton street firs and after both tracks are down, work will be commenced at the other end. The Xxposltion Froipeclns. Manager Johnston, of the Exposition, said yesterday that the prospectus, or pro gramme, will be placed in the printer's hands in a few days. Everything is prog ressing favorably for the musical festival. One hundred private boxes will be sold at JlOOeach. Still nt It. It is claimed the Wabash and Toledo, St. Louis and Kansas City road are still cutting the iron rate out of the Mahoning Valley to St Louis, while Pittsburg pays full rates. The regular rate is 18 cents, but the maltai of agricultural implements in Akron, Cleveland and Toledo are paying a 15-ceut rate. c BODND TO HAVE ITS OWK WAT. A City Council Contracts for Gas nt Twice the Price of Electricity. IEFXCUL TZLXGHjLM TO TBI DtsnTCn.l LOCKPOET, N. Y., March 13. The Com mon Council of this city,, in face of the Mayor's protest and the fact that a bill is pending in the Legislature providing that the city can bond itself to the extent of $30, 000 to erect and operate an electric light plant of its own for lighting the streets, by unanimous vote entered into a contract with the gas company for a term of two years to light the city. The city has been paying $18,000 a year for lighting its streets, when, as shown by Mayor Oliver, it could have been done tor $8,000. The Mayor has spent over 51,000 person ally to try and defeat the gas company, and now charges that the Aldermen have been tampered with, and talks of bribery and other hard things. The papers have taken sides, irrespective of politics. Ton Are Not Shaken Before Taken With malarial disease, but with prodigious violence afterward, if you neglect Immediate measures of relief. The surest preventive and remedial form of medication is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the potency of which as an antidote to miasmatic poison has been demon strated for ovenSO years past. The liver when disordered and congested, the bowels if con stipated, and the Kidneys if inactive are Sromptly aidedby it, andlt is invaluable for yspepsia, nervous debility and rheumatism. v NEW THINGS On Wood Street. See the window at Bennett & Co.'s hat store filled with American English and French traveling and office nats. the finest in the world. Special inducements this week. J. G. Beunktt & Co., Hatters, Corner.Wood street and Pifth avenue. Kid Gloves! Kid Gloves! The greatest bargains ever offered in Amer ica; S and 7 hook lacing gloves, odd sizes, 44 cents, worth $1.00. Our ?L60 finest Prench, real kid, embroidered backs, now 89 cents a pair, tan shades only. Our new dollar gloves, all shades, at 75 cents; white 4 B dollar gloves at 35 cents, misses fine kid gloves, 4 B, 45o, at Bosenbaum & Co.'s. A Bargain S600 Stelnwny Piano, 8200. A four round-corner $600 rosewood Ste in way piano,, with elegantly carved legs, in good condition, for $200. A bargain, at the music store ot J. M. Hoffmann & Co., 537 Smithfield street. Also an excellent parlor organ for $50. The celebrated Sohmer pianos and Colby pianos, unrivalled for tone and durability, at 537 Smithfield street The Largest Collection of English Cloth Snl tings And Prench broadcloths finest goods made--by the yard, extra width in dress goods department JOS. HOB2JE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. A Big Cab We have made a big cut this week in prices in suits for boys 'and children. It you want boys' clothing at half price come this week to the Hub; remember everything must be sold and now is your chance lor big bargains in clothing for men and boys. Call at the Boston Clothing House, 439 Smith field street Have Yon Seen Onr Millinery Display? 100 pattern bonnets and hats on exhibi tion in our new show room. JOS. HOKNE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. B.&B. More Paris robes to-day the elegance and distinctive style of these at out low prices over 300 for selection. Boggs & Buhl. Have Ton Seen Onr millinery Display? 100' pattern bonnets and hats on exhibi tion in our new show room. JOS. HOEITE & CO.'S, Penn Avenue Stores. Hotel Pnntnll, Pnnxsntnvrney, Pa., Is now open for guests. It contains over 100 sleeping rooms, well lighted and fur nished, and heated by steam. Bay Cable Dye East Black Stockings, And you will get the best to wash and wear. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. mothers. Bring the Children, Before it is too late, to the Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburg. Use elevator. Cabinets, $1 per doz. Oar Millinery Opening Continues This Week. A splendid light show room over 100 patterns Paris and New York styles. Jos. Hobxe & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. B.&B. Black hand-run Spanish guipure lace scarfs, new assortment to-day, at $2 00, $2 25, $2 50 to $10 00 each. Special. Boogs & Buhl. Have Ton Seen Onr Millinery Display? 100 pattern bonnets and hats on exhibi tion in our new store room. Jos. Hoene & Co's Penn Avenue Stores. Wall Paper. Newest designs and colorings in every grade of goods at the new store of Crumrine, Bane & Bassett, 416 Wood street Thomas Palmer's old stand. Boy Cable Dye Fast Black Stockings, And you will get the best to wash and wear. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. mothers, Bring the Children. Before it is too late, to the Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburg. Use elevator. Cabinets, $1 per doz. s Bny Cnblo Dye Fast Black Stockings, And you will get the best to wash and wear. Jos. Hoexe & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. 3,000 doz. regular made plain and striped imported ladies' hose, 1234c; genuine last black onyx, 25c a pair, at Bosenbaum & Co.'s. ihs Dyspepsia Is one ot the most prevalent of diseases'. Few persons have perfect digestion. One of Ayer's Pills, taken after dinner, or a dose at night before retiring, never fails to give relief in the worst cases, and wonderfully assists the pr6cess of nutrition. As a family medicine, Ayer's Pills are unequaled. James Quinn, 00 Middle St., Hartford, Conn., testifies : " I have used Ayer's Pills for the past thirty years and con sider them an invaluable family medi cine. I know of no better remedy for liver troubles, and have always found them a prompt cure for dyspepsia." Lucius Alexander, of Marblehead, Mass., was long a severe sufferer from Dyspepsia, complicated with enlarge ment of the Liver, most of the time being unable to retain any food in his stomach. Three boxes of Ayer's Pills cured him. Frederic C. Greener, of East Dedham, Mass., for several months troubled with Indigestion,' was cured before he used half a box of these Pills. Ayer5s Pills, PKEPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by all Druggist sad Dealers In Medicine. THE -'PITTSBUHQ - De. Bull's Coujjh Syrup is relied on by the masses as the specific for cough and cold. marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Nsme. Kesldence. Charles A. Bond Hsrrlsburg LUUe M.BHlea. , FltUburg- 5 Samuel McBurnle rittsburg J Isabella Wilson Pittsburg Adam Megg.., Allegheny IMargaretE. Hoffman , Allegheny t Maurice Holland..., Pittsburg .Harriet K. Helly Allegheny MARRIED. MTJSQRAVE PAINTER At the residence of her father, 59 Fremont street, Allegheny, on Wednesday, March IS, 1SS9, by the Rev. D. & Willson, Florence Maut Musobave to Joseph Edwaud Painter, of Roggen, Col. DIED. BAILIFF On Tuesday, March 12, 18S9, at 7 o'clock a. m., Bibdie Bkoxah, infant daugh ter of Addison P. and Sarah Bagaley Bailiff, aged 9 months. Fnneral from the resldenoe of her parents, Montooth, Indiana township,AUegheny county, Thursday hobnlno at 11 o'clocfc. Interment private. DEBACHER On Wednesday, March 13, 18S9, at 6:50 p. M-, Cristina, daughter of Joseph and the late Apelonla Debacher, aged 27 years 11 months. Funeral from her father's residence. No. 8 Forest street, Troy Hill, Allegheny, on Satur day, March IB, at 8.S0 AM. Requiem mass will be held at the Holy Name of Jesus Church, Troy Hill, at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. Carriages will leave A. Pappert & Son's undertaking room at 8 a. m. s3 DUNLAP On Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock, at his residence In Pine township, William Dunlap, in his 69th year. Funeral on Friday mornino, March 15, at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend. FORD On Wednesday, March 18, 1889, at 3 P. ST., Mary, daughter of Thomas aDd Bridget Ford, aged 2 years and 7 months. Funeral from the parents' residence, Ridge street, Thirteenth ward, on Friday at 2 P, M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. GODFREY-On Tuesday, March 12, 1889, at 5:30 p. jr., Jaiies T. Godfrey, in his 29th year. Funeral from his late residence, 49 Hazel street, city, on Thursday at 2 p. si. Interment private. GRAPP On Wednesday, March 13, 18S9, at 6 o'clock, Herbert Hoffman, son of G. F. and Mary Grapp, aged 3 years 8 months 9 days. Funeral services will be held at the residence of his parents. No. 1330 Penn avenue, on Fri day morning at 9 o'clock. Private interment later. HARE On Tuesday, March 12, 1889. at 2 P. m.. Thomas R. Hare, aged 29 years 3 months 12days. . Funeral services at his late residence, No. 2217 Sarah street, Southside, Pittsburg, Pa., on Wednesday evening, March 13, 1889, at 8 o'clock. Funeral on Thursday at 10 A. M. In terment at Bridgeport Cemetery, Brownsville, Pa. 2 HARBISON-On Tuesday, March 12, 1889, William Edward, youneest son of M. L. and Annie M. Harbison, aged 1 year. Funeral services at the residence of his parents, Glensbaw, Pittsburg ana Western Railroad, on Thursday at 1 o'clock. Inter ment private. HOLLAND At the residence of her son, P. H. Burns, 76 Preble avenue, Allegheny City, Marietta Holland, in the 77th year of her age. Funeral from St Andrew's Church at 9 o'clock, a il, Thursday, March 11 2 K1TTELBERGER On Wednesday, March 13, 18S9, at 6 A. M., LOUIS KrrTELBERGER, aged 53 years. Funeral will take place from bis late resi dence, No. 2 Forbes, on Friday, March 15, 18S9, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 KLEBER On Wednesday. 13th Inst. Au gust C. Kxeber, aged 26 years. Funeral services at the residence of his mother, No. 207 Sandusky street, Allegheny, on Friday, loth inst, at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Interment private. Please omit flowers. LIPPERT On Wednesday. March 13, 1889, at 3 o'clock A. M., A. J. Lippert, aged 31 years. Funeral from his late residence, 2600 Carson street, Sonthslde, on Friday, March 15, at 2:30 o'clock P. M. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. MTJLLALLEY On Tuesday. March 12, 1889, at 8 o'clock p. M., John Mullalley, in his 28th year. Funeral from his late residence, 72 Magee street, on Thursday, Match 14, at 230 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 4 McKELVY On Tuesday. March 12. 18S9. at Bewickley, Pa Mrs. Anna B. Pride, wife of Colonel bamuel McKelvy, In the 70th year of her age. Funeral services at Park Place Hotel, SewiclJey, on Thursday, March 14, at 2 p. m. Interment private. SETTZ At the family residence, Sharpsburg, Pa., on Monday, March H, at 12 o'clock P. M., Mary A., daughter of Frederick and the late Anna B. Seitz. Funeral from the family residence, on Thursday, March 14, at 2 o'clock. 2 SIMMONS On Tuesday, March 12, 1889, at 850 p. M., Walter Glenn, son of Addison and Hannah G. Simmons, in the 18th year of his age. Funeral from the parents' residence, near Banksville, on Thursday, 14th, at 2 p. m. Carriages will leave T. B. Hersberger's, under taker, West End, at 1 o'clock p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. TURNBLACER On -.Tuesday, March 12, 18S7. at 10 o'clock p. m., Christ Turnelacer, in the 71st year of his age. Funeral from his late residence. Thirty-fifth ward, on Thursday, March 14, at 2 o'clock p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. Jobs L. Tbexx,eb. paui. Bauer. BAUER & TREXLER, Undertakers and Embalmers, Livery and Sale Stable. No. 878 and 380 Beaver ave. Branch office, 679 Preble ave., Allegheny City. Telephone SWL au8-t62-UThSu JAMES ARCHD3ALD & BRO.. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, U7, 119 and 139 Third avenue, two doors below Smltbneld st, next door to Central Hotel. Carnages for funerals, 3. Carriages for operas, parties, fca, at the lowest rates. All new car riages. Telephone communication. mjd60-TTS pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI ASSETS . . J9J071.69633. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES, 81 Fourth avenue. ial"0-s2-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 48,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK. Presidenr. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS. AMERICAN LINE, Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor all classes unsuroassed. Tickets sold tn anil from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General agents, 07 Walnut st, Philadelphia. Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street. LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfiefd street mhlS&TTS NORD DEUTSCHER LLOYD FAST route to London and the Continent. Express Steamer Service twice a week from Now York to Southampton (London, HavTe), Bremen. Ss.Lahn.Mch.l3.2p.H I SsWerra.Mch.23,10A.K. SS.EIbe.Mh.l6,5.30AS Ss.SaaIe.Mch. 27, 2 p. M. Ss.AUer.Mch.20.8A.M Ss.Ems.Mch.30, 530a.m. First Cabin, Winter rates, from 575 upward. MAXSCHAMBERG A CO., Agents, Pitts burg. Pa. OELRICHS fc CO., 2 Bowling Green. New York City. ja29-71-D State Line To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passagetS and fM. according to location or stateroom. .Excursion CS to (90,. bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Rates. AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO.. eneral.Agents, 63 Broadway, New York. j. j. Mccormick. Agent, PituburY p. LU-D r wtv ''JX DISPATCH,?, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CHAMBER FURNITURE. Our new patterns of Bed room Suites in Mahogany, Walnut, Antique Oak, Cherry, Surpass all former ones in elegance of style and finish, and lowness of price. The constant wonder in furniture now is how so much good value can be given for so lit tle money. A striking illus tration is our $20 Suite. Another carload of this unequaled (3 piece) suite in Solid Antique Qak is received and ready for delivery. We have thoroughly canvassed the furniture manufactories, both East and West, but have not found its equal; nor have we heard of "any other deal er's offer of its equal, at the price. A large purchase for cash enabled us to do it. N. B. The new Parlor Suites, in their lovely color ings and beautiful fabrics, make their salesfloor look like a flower garden in full bloom. The advantage of selection falls to those who buy ear liest. 0. McCLINTOCK ac CO., 83 FIFTH AVENTJE. mhU-TTS THIS IS THURSDAY and FRIDAY, March 1& and 15, Spring Millinery Opening. Latest London and Paris Styles Trim med Pattern Bonnets and Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Velvets, Gauzes, Nets, etc. Wait for this opening and come in on these days. Opening in Trimming Department. High Novelties in Dress Trimmings. Look at window display. Opening in Glove Department. Spring importation Ladies' and Misses Glace and Suede Gloves, button and mousquetaire styles; new stitching, new shades in tans, modes, French blues, serpent greens, browns, -slates, mahog any and black, with self and colored em broidery. Opening in Hosiery Department. Opening New Novelties in Art Embroidery Department. To one and all of these Openings your attention is directed. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, this week. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH AVENUE. mhl2-D JAS. Mm & BRO., BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON WORK. PATENT- SHEET IRON ANNEALING BOXES. With an increased capacity and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to furnish all work in our Une cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val ley Railroad. fe5-55-TTS PURE AMERICAN WINES -CALIFORNIA Sonoma dry port, SI 20 per gal.; Cali lornia Sonoma dry sherry. $1 21) per gal.; Cali fornia Sonoma Angelica, Jl 20 per gal.; Cali fornia Sonoma muscatel, SI 20 per gal.; Erie Island AAA Dry Catawba, J120 pergaL: Erie Island ADrv Catawba,Sl 00 per gat; Erie Island Sweet Catawba,Sl 00 per gal.; Sonoma Brandies, from 12 00 to fi 00 per gal.; Guckenhelmer Rye Whisky, $2 00 to S8 00 per gal.; BoonekampBit ter Liquenr.Sl 00 per quart. F.ANDRIESSEN, 40 and 12 Ohio street. Allegheny City. mhlO-TTS MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS' INS. CO., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg.Pa. Capital 8250,000 00 Assets January 1, ISM 383,7-15 80 Directors Chas. W. Batchelor, President: John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. W. Painter, Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A.M.Byers, Jas. J. Donnell. Geo. E. Painter, John-Thompson. Wm. 'X. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As sistant Secretary; August Amnion. General Agent, ja22-46-TTS THUKSD&Y, ? MAE'GH-M NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, THE OAKLEY SOAPS, PERFUMES AND TOLET WATERS. OAKLEY SOAPS. Turkish Bath Soap at 5c a cake. Pure Italian Castile Soap at 7c a cake. Cream White Honey Soap at 8c a cake. Cream White Glycerine Soap at 8c a cake. Peaoh Blow Soap at 8c a cake. , Hygienic Crystal Carbolic Soap at 8c a cake. Pure Old Palm Soap at 8c a cake. Distilled Glycerine Boap at 8c a cake. Apple Blossom Soap at lOo a cake. Pot Pourri Soap at 12c a cake. Honey Soap at 12c a cake. Sweet Violet 8oap at 12o a cake. Fhlladermic Soap at 12c a cake. American Glycerine Soap at 15c a cake. Magnolia Blossom Soap at 18c a cake. Camelia Bouquet Soap at 18c a cake. Florida Water Boaquet Soap at 18c a cake. Savon d'Eitract Soap at 22c a cake. Queen Cologne Soap at 25c a cake. Jockey Club Soap at 25c a cake. Savon d'Eitract at 85c a cake. OAKLEY PERFUMES. Violet of Parma Perfume at 20c a bottle. Lavender Flowers Perfume at 20c a bottle. Orange Flowers Perf nme at 20c a bottle. White Anemone Perf nme at 20c a bottle. Triple Extract of Ylang Ylang at 68c a bottle. Triple Extract of Lilies of the Valley at 68o a bottle. Triple Extract Violet at 63c a bottle. Triple Extract Jasmin at 68c a bottle. Triple Extract Stephanotes at 68o a bottle. Triple Extract California Violet at 70c a bottle. ' Triple Water of Lilies of the Valley at 75c and $1 25 a bottle. Triple Water of Jasmin at 75c and $1 25 a bottle. Triple Water of Opoponax at 75c and SI 25 a bottle. Triple Water of New Mown Hay at 75c and $1 25 a bottle. White Kose Toilet Water at 45c a bottle. Lavender FIowerToiletWaterat 45c a bottle. Violet of Parma Toilet Water at 98c a bottle Triple Water of White Rose at Jl 25 a bottle. Triple Water of Violet of Parma at 81 75 a bottle. Fleishman & Go's. NEW DEPARTMENT STORES 504,506 and 508 Market st, PITTSBTJBQ, PA. mhl4-D - WAGNER'S, Wood street and Fourth ave. BOYS' and GIRLS' Shoes of our superior makes insure comfort, wear and style; prices are always right. A trial will convince that it is cheaper, better and to your interest to buy good solid leather Shoes for the Boys and Girls. Misses' Kid and Goat Shoes, $i 50 to $2. "Rnvs' "Rnttnn nnrl Tspa CiT-i".-- R , ..w. nuv., $1 25 to S3. Open Saturdays to 11 P. M, WAGNER'S,- 401 Wood St., Cor. Fourth Ave., PITTSBURG. mhS-21-TT 8 WM. SEMPl'S, IMPRESSIVE SPRING OFFERINGS. PftDDCTC Aftin PIIDTM I JJC... We are prepared to show the largest lines ol Carpets we bave ever exhibited; the stock all fresi, desiens and colorings all new uAnrtlw AllU UU 11 I ttlliw"""p''oductions of the best mills in the country and prices the lowest for quality; examine our stock ana compare prices oefore pur' chasing your carpets. Body Brussels and Tapestry Brussels 50c up. Beautiful new patterns in Ingrains, various grades. Carpet Squares and Druggets, Smyrna Rugs and Mats all prices. Oil Cloths, all widths. Window Shades, plain and dado. Shade Cloths, all colors. Curtain .Poles and Trimmings at very low prices. UurLace Curtain stock is re plete with new designs, many of them confined to ourselves; we have them from 50c up; grand values at 81, SI 25, $1 SO, $2 and up to $10 a pair; we guarantee these cannot be dupli cated anywhere for the prices. Heavy Curtains and Fprtiers. Bilk and Oriental Curtains. Plain and Figured Scrims. Madras and Curtain Laces by the yard at popular price UnilOtT LTIIDNIOUIMf nCDADTMCNT.--waJ'sa successful department in our house; Is now full up at low prices. In Table Linens, direct imports- . Mill hi If". rlJnilliMllllU UCltln I lflC.fi I tions. we show rare bargains; loom linens 20c up. cream and bleached 3114. H and SOe up; special value at 50c ' worth 65c anywhere, full 72-inch double damasks, in beautiful patterns, 75, 87c, $1 and $1 25, are especially good; fringed cloths, ail white and colored borders, with napkins toY-; match. Grand values in towels, napkins and towelings, pillow casings and sheetings, colored table cloths, raw silk tapestry and plush, covers, all sizes; mattresses, pillows, bolsters and feathers in bulk at low prices. ' ' ( J . . . . .. . . .. .. ... . - Mil I Illl-DV nCQH DTRSL FJT We have no regular opening day; the mlillrarni rrtlK I lllrll I """Rnnnpts; new rinhnn ne-flmrer nnd N. B. No charge for trimming hats and Pll VO lainnD'rPPPnnnP OILitw HilU UnUvOuUUUO ciose prices, in black dress laorics we quote as grand values, casnmeres 43. wi ana wc; ao colored dress eoods and suitings we show a varied line of imported wool fabrics at 50. 75c and shades and colors French cashmeres, 46-jnclr, at 50, 65, 75 and. 90c. Silk warp cashmeres nioAAa Qft !nlt Jha hhaJi OK in VI r. in nam AnlnvinnB art rlt1ffns in tfnlnsn n1Ma f'WbM W1UUU UXCSS UUU4 t IAJ IV " AlCiT U1VA1U4 tuu, Kagua 1U OVWJt- fmu vni.Mno BUU UiiAkUtUc In "Wash Goods we offer elegant French Satinet 20, 25 '31 and 35c; American Satines, 10, 32 and 15c Dress Ginghams, 10 and ViUc lies at popular figures. Muslin Underwear, complete in all grades; chemises and drawers 25c up; night dresses, skirts and corset covers In TiriOiMt rtmata Kaaf alianaa tlnerlaa fflnvoc fincidrv find nniiVMfai fill WP?fTl Q-3tnrloe nl- nn mniiAct WUliiUIVfd JV-lt. WU &WUUWkfc. T w"iilli:m: 165, i889.r NEW ADTBItTISEMENTS, B. & B. CHOICE ITEMS Because They Are More Than - Usual Bargains: New 27-inch India Silks at 65c and 79c 22-inch India Silks, Empire and Direc toire Silks, at 43c and 50c. 27-inoh India Silks, $1, 51 25, 51 a) and 53. Over 600 different styles Indias at prices that will save you money. Styles most elegant imported. 100 pieces 24-inch Plain India (real China) Silks at 60c; over 56 shades for blouse ivaists, decoration, etc., 50c, 21 inches. 24-inch Black All-Silk Bhadaines, Jl. 24-inch Black Dress Silks, $1. 22-inch Black Dress Silks, 85c, 90c, 51, 51 25, 51 50, 51 75, 52 and 52 50, represent ing eight different lots of superb goods that were bought much less than value. 50-inch All-Wool Mixed Tricot Cloths 100 pieces we bought at half original price; dollar goods you get in these at 50e; large line of choioe mixtures. Spri New .importations Dress Goods and Suit ings, Paris Bobes and Novelties, surpassing in extent any offering heretofore attempted. 56-inch English Serges. 56-inch English Stripes. 62-inch iicotch Suitings. 62-inch Armure Boyale Cords. 62-inch Suitings. All the above are high class and worth more than passing notice 51 to 52 per yard. 1,000 pieces new Suitings, Stripes. Plaids and Mixtures, and all double-width goods, 25c, 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 75c. New Dress Trimmings, and all the ex treme, rich, new things; the money-saving prices on these ana the magmncent charac ter of these will interest all buyers. Extraordinary large importation and offerings New flannels and English Flan nelettes for ladies' and childrea's dresses, blouse waists, pajamas, etc., from 10c to 63a a yard. Fashion indicates a remarkable demand fgr flannels this season. Silk Stripe Flannels and Novelties that are beauties. 60-inch Black Silk Laces for Dresses the handsomest goods ever imported, and at moderate prices. i Lace and Embroidery Departments have Deen largely extended, ana the nnest goods and choicest novelties are on sale low prices that will largely extend this busi ness' 5c to 55 a vard for embroideries. 1,000 pieces Finest French Satiues, our own direct importations handsome as In dia Silks 25o, 30e,3c, etc. Genuine Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, 20c, 22c, 25c, and 40c, 45c and 50c for extreme novelties, side bands, etc. This Gingham offering is remarkable for variety and fine foods at the right prices to bring you -and eep you as a customer. Several hundred pieces American Dress Ginghams, 6jc; worth 10c. Fine American Dress Ginghams, 10c and 12Jc. Boggs&Buhl, 115, 117. 119. 121 Federal Street, Allegheny. P. S. New Spring Wraps, Jackets,Long Coats, Beaded Capes and the newest con ceits or ideas in Elegant Paris Wraps. These large Wrap and Suit Departments, with the present offerings, will extend their already great popularity. mhl2-TTS MARCH bonnets bought of us. Soft CaehemirofinisbBlaekGros Grains $1 50 and $1 75; double twilled surahs TVToil nrrlprc will Vif nrnmnrlw 1IAUU V . ww ft wr.pr w 167 and 169 FEDEEAL- WORTH 11 Embraderjr HEW XDYERTISKXK8TS. 01 SPRIG 4 What a World of Meaning -IS- These Few- Words 1 How full of significance and interest they are to thousands of people oil this city and the surrounding country! How eagerly will hundreds upouj hundreds of the stylish and fashionable dressers of this community read! our announcement! No doubt about it the near approach of spring will produce, as it always does at our store, a veritable boom la every de OUR SPRING You must be prepared for greater and better inducements for shall as of old do business in a way honesty. We shall eclipse and outdistance all our past efforts to give! ueuer saiisiaciion 10 our puuuub. Spring Overcoats for. Men Boys and The whole of our enormous and house and we unhesitatingly pronounce it the handsomest -we have 'ever shown. While the styles are so elegant, it will be found -that such great and wonderful improvements have been ' made in the cut and make that the goods we offer are as near perfection as human skill and ingenuity ; can make them. Wc shall seek patronage on the score of merit and shall do as we have always hitherto done, viz.: sell better goods at a less price than inferior goods can be bought for elsewhere. Depend on this. .. M , NEW SPRING STYLES' MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS A collection of stylish and elegant garments, such as will surprise and delight the most "critical of purchasers. Goods to suit all tastes; goods to suit all purses; goods to suit all purposes; goods unequaled for completeness of assortment, unsurpassed for richness of texture, ele gance of styles and reliability of make. Keep your money in youi v pocket until you've seen how far you can make it go in a spring suit for man, boy or child at our store. Glorious Display Whatever there is new and novel in we can and will undersell all the hat 0 0$ flfl PILWV'O GRAl BARGAIN STORE,' OFFICIAL FTTTSBURO. TO JOB FBXJSTERS-SEAtED PBOPO SALS will be received up until March 15. 1SS9. at 3 o'clock P. ic, for the printing and binding for the several departments ot the city government for the ensuing year. uv for bidding and information furnished on ap plication to the office of the City Controller. Bonds tn be furnished as required in specifica tions. The right to accept or reject any or alt bids reserved. E. S. MORROW, Controller. mh5-S3-D Department op Public 'Wobiss.'I PlTTSBDBO, March. 12, 1KS9. f NOTICE TO CONTRACTOItS-SEALED proposals will be received at the office of City Controller until Friday, the 221 day of March, A. D. 1SS9, at 2 o'clock P. jr., for the following, viz.: SEWERS. Dresden alley, from Fifty-second street to Stanton avenue; 15-inch pipe. Fifth avenue, from west Use of Amberson avenue to connection with culvert under Fifth avenue, west of Morehead's Iane;15andlS-inch Fifth avenue, from crown east of TVilkins street to Amberson avenue: IS-inch pipe. .Eiiswortn avenue ana private property, from leetonia street to Amberson avenue; 15 and 20 inch pipe. Liberty and Center avenues and Graham street, from W inebiddle street to Two-Mile Ron sewer; 18 and 24-inch pipo and three feet brick ana stone. Center avenue, from Liberty avenue west waraly to Two-Mile Run sewer, near Pennsyl vania Railroad; J5 and 18-inch pipe. Atwood street, from Bates street to Louisa street; 15-inch pipe. Howe street from Ivy street to Aiken ave nue; 15-inch pipe. Euclid street, from Penn avenue to Eaum's northern property line; IS-inch pipe. ORADIJICJ. PA YI3TO AND CUBBEtG.. Carneie street, from Fifty-eecond street to -McCandless street. Sapphire alley, from Isabella street to Lib erty avenue; grading and paving only. Plans and specifications can be seen, and blanks for bidding can be obtained at this office. Each, proposal must be accompanied by a bond probated before the Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bids. E. M. BIGELOW, Chief of Departm en t of Public Works. mh-14 9, 1889. goods are here now. come right in and see trimmint-i nf .ill kimU- SOe up. Soecial values, at 75e, SJUp. SI 75c, 90e and $1. Bbadames, Herreilleaux, Armures and other fancy weaves at equally,-. - incn Henriettas ou, t3. vo ana 8dc; silK warp Henriettas 91, 51 12J4 ana 51 za. in. 81 a vard in ravs. strines. checks, blocks and fencv styles. Note our immense lines of ' $1, usual price SI 25. Large assortment plaids MriaMte a1 nvtmA . anrl entvifrillTr ovannt-oA ,v V.Ullf wWVwU fcwU sedvcXiEI's1 STREET, ALLEGHENY, STOCK M STOCK READY surprises often, for we intend to offers! you to patronize us than ever. We J that will meet with the approval of a Children, truly beautiful stock is now In oofi of Spring Hats the hat world we've secured it, and5j men in town. Mark our words well.1! e$ e $ 300 to 400 Market street, mhlO-TTsaa OFFICIAL PITTSBCRG. Depabtjikst or Pubxjc Sapett, 7 PITT3BUP.O, March 7, 1889. QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE p CEIVED at the office of the City Control ler until 2 p. jl on Thursday. March It, 1889. for furnishing natural gas at garbage fur nace on Hill street, Sixth ward, for the ensuing year. Bonus in double the amount of thd bids wul be required; said bonds to be probated before be Mayor or City Clerk. The Department of Awards reserves the right to reject any or all bid. J. O. BROWN, mh8-20 Chief Department PuMic Safety. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE grading, paving and curbing of Center avenue from Soho street to HUand avenue in the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Twentieth wards of Pittsburg. Whereas, It appears by the petition and affidavit on file m the office of the Clerk of Councils that one-third in interest of the owners ot property fronting and abutting upon the said street have petitioned the Councils of said city to enact an ordinance for the grad ing, caving and carbine- of the same: there. J fore: oecaon ino it oraainea ana enactea dv tne city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and enacted by tho authority of the same. That the Chief of the Department of Public Works be and is hereby authorized and directed to advertise in accordance with the acts of As sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the ordinances of the said city of Pitts burg relating thereto and regulating the same for proposals for the grading, paving and curbing of Center avenue from Soho street to HUaud avenue, the contract therefor to be let in the manner directed by the said acts of Assembly and ordinance. The cost and expense of the same to be assessed and collected in accordance with the nrovisions of an act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act authorizing and directing Councils of cities of the second class to provide for the improvement of streets, lanes, alleys, and public highways, sewers and sidewalks, requiring plans of streets, providing for the appointment of a Board of Viewers of Street Improvements, Srescrlbing their duties, granting appeals to ouncilsand Court, providing for tne assess ment and collection of damages and benefits, authorizing the use of private property and providing for filing Uens and regulating pro ceedings theieon. and prohibiting the use of public streets without authority of Councils," approved tho 14th day of June, A. D. 1887. a WM, SZMPWS, the newest gluipesln Spring Htratr nats andi-J : (24-inchl. St 1214. $125;very superior finish.1 and stripes, specially for combinations; 560 iZ -. . Scotch Zephyrs, EtoiIedaNordand chal- " great variety of trimmings and at low, $ S-i . PA. : ' -' i