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LIKE A EAT IN A TRAP
The Lone Highwayman Was Hemmed
in by His Eager Pursuers.
EO ATEKDE OP ESCAPE WAS OPEN
"ind tho Bold Eobter Was Capture With
the Greatest Ease.
A FUL1 CONFESSION OF HIS CRIMES.
Any Atnonnt cf the Etolcn Property Plscmred Upon
The solitary bandit who has "been making
EGch a commotion in Michigan and "Wiscon
sin has been captured, and has made a con
fession. -He was surrounded by his pur
suers and forced into the town of Republic,
ttbere he was easily arrested.
Eepublic, Mich., August 3L Eei
taund Holzhsy, the lone highwayman,
who terrorized Northern "Wisconsin lor five
months past, robbing trains, waylaying
stage coaches and holding up pedestrians, is
in custody. He was captured here this
morning by City Marshal Glode and Justice
of the Peace E. E.Weiser,and will betaken
to Bessemer to answer for the killing of
Fleschbein at Gogebic on Monday of this
week. Holzhay confesses to all the stage
and train robberies.
At 7 o'clock this morning Marshal Glode
and Justice "Wesier were walking down
street from their homes. When near the
railroad depot, they met a man dressed
roughly nd apparently anxious to escape
attention. The Marshal was struck by his
close likeness to the description of the Go
gebic stage robber, and immediately stepped
in front ot the man saying: "I want you."
The stranger whipped his hand to his hip
pocket, hut before he could draw a pistol
was felled by Marshal Glode's billy which
stunned him. He was taken to the Tillage
jail, recovering consciousness on the way.
Atthe jail he was searched and three revol
vers, three gold, watches, four pocketbooks
and other articles were found on his person.
One nocketbook bore the name of Keimund
Holzhay, the robber's name. He broke
down under examination and acknowledged
committing the robbery of the Milwaukee
and Northern train at Ellis Junction last
May, and the robbery at Lake Gogebic on
Holzhay came here list eveninc and put
up at the Republic House. The police
officers in all the towns up here had been
furnished with a description of the robber,
and when he entered the Eepublic he Was
at once placed tinder surveillance on the
suspicion that he was the man wanted for
the nurder and robbery. The Bessemer
authorities were telegraphed to for further
information, but up to an early hour this
morning no response was received from
them. Marshal Glode resolved not to wait
f6r W6rd and to make the arrest, being fear
ful if he dalayed longer the man might es
cape. Among the pocketbooks lound on
Holzhay was the one that he took from
Fleischbein, the man whom he killed and
robbed when he held up the stage at Goge
bic, and which contained letters and papers
bearing ITleischbein's name.
THE STOLE2T GOODS.
Another pocketbook, evidently belonging
to W. G. Decelle, 408 Sibley street, St.
Paul, was recovered. There was also a 14
karat hunting case stem-windiug gold
watch, the case of which was made by the
American "Watch Company, the movement
being a Wheeler and numbered 091,934. The
chain is small curb without bar. The man
admits that he took the watch from Fleisch
betn. Another of the watches is a low-karat
gold watch, hunting case and stem-winder,
case No. 1,293 and Baymond movement Ko.
282,661, made bv Illinois "Watch Companv.
The other watch is an IB-karat gold watch,
hunting case and stem-winder, uickle move
ment made by Robert Mounot Loche, evi
dently a Swiss article. The chain is a
double link with small cube charm.
It was some time before Holzhay would
admit his identity, but finally when con
fronted by the evidence or nis own pocket
book, acknowledged his identity. He stub
bornly refused to say that he had committed
other robberies than those at Ellis junction
and at Goeebic, but after much cross-examination
"It is generally supposed that one man
has done them all, and I think that it is so. "
He then entered into n detailed statement of
his various crimes. His story was an inter
A BOLD CJSIMINAL.
The crime for which the highwavman is
under arrest was an exceedingly bold one.
A stage coach plies between GogeCic sta
tion, on the Milwaukee, Lake Shore and
"Western Railroad, and a summer resort
hotel on Gogebic lake, three miles distant.
On Monday last the stage left the hotel with
a partv of four men who had been spending
several weeks there. The members of the
party were Donald Mackerchar, of Minne
apolis, one of the officials of the Interna
tional Bank; A.1G. Fleischbein, of Belle
ville, HI.; Robert Eintoul, of the Bank of
Montreal. Chicago, and William Faddon,
also of Chicago.
At 1130 a. M., as the stage was dragging
lazily along over the road, its driver was
startled by a command to "Hangoc toihe
reins and not to make a single move at the
peril of your life." There in front or him
was the stage robber, wearing a slouch hat
and holding two immense revolvers, which
he pointed at the driver. One of the passen
gers adopted a trick to throw the robber off
his guard. He had a considerable amount
of money on his person and did not want it
taken from him.
"When the highwayman extended a gen
eral invitation to "cash in," he pus his
hand into his coat pocket, presumably to
get a pocketbook, but really to get his re
volver. He drew it and commenced firing
at the robber, ,who stood his ground and re
turned the fire.
QUITE A BATTLE.
The horse dashed away at a rapid rate,
hut the robber continued to empty his re
volvers at the men in the coach. Mr.
Fleischbein rose from his seat and received a
44-caliber bullet in his hip. At the same
time the coach gave a lurch and he was
thrown forward in the roadway. Banker
Mackarchar also fell a victim to the robber's
murderous weapon. He received two bullet
woundsone in the left side of the head and
another in the leg.
The robber pounced upon his helpless
victim in the roadway, shoved a pistol in
his face and threatened to finish him then
and there. Fleischbein pleaded for Sis life,
and the robber after going 'through his
pockets, getting about ?40 in money, a
watch and chain and a ring, left him lying
bleeding and helpless in the road. He lay
there nearly three hours before the arrival
Then he was taken to Bessemer, where he
was pnt into a hospital and his wounds
cared for, but he had bled so much that his
strength was sapped and he died that night?
having first furnished a good description of
the highwayman. Mr. Mackarchar was
taken to Minneapolis, where, at last ac
counts, he was said to be on the road to re
covery. CHASED Br BLOODHOUNDS.
It is believed that the robber is the same
who recently, in the boldest manner, held
up the Northwestern and "Wisconsin Cen--tral
trains. As soon as news of the robbery
reached Ashland Sheriff Foley and posse
started in pursuit They were soon joined
by a mob under Judge Lynch. A pack of
bloodhounds, with their Indian trainers,
were also brought into requisition. All
avenues of escape were cut off, and a sys
tematic man hunt was begun, ending this
morning, as above stated. The particulars
of the capture are not yet known.
The rewards offered for the capture of the
so ted trainband stage robber aggregate about
$3,500. The "Wisconsin Central Bailway
Company offered a reward of $1,000 for the
capture of, the man who robbed ."its trains
near Chippewa Falls, the Tnlted States
Government has a standing reward for the
arrest of the Shawanee mail robber, the
Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Rail
road Company offered a reward of ?1,000 for
the Gotrebic stage robber, and there are sev
eral other rewards which amount to 8500.
The Milwaukee and Northern Railroad, at
the time one of its trains was robbed near
Ellis Junction, offered a reward of $500, but
withdrew it some time afterward.
An Urgent Need for a Better Police System
at Jobnstoim A Proposition Made
to the Bnrxe.. Finding of
rsrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l
Johsstowx, August 31. There is much
complaint at the inaction ot the Burgess in
not causing' the arrest of the drunken loafers
that are to be seen on the streets. Captain
Kuhn, Borough Solicitor, in speaking about
the matter, said : "I have assured the
Burgess officially that he has ample power
to arrest these drunken vagabonds and make
them work. I have told him that if he" has
no place for them to sleep at night he can
corral them on some vacant lot and let
them bunk on the ground. It necessary, he
can pnt chains on them during the day on
Captain Hamilton says that if the Bur
gess puts these fellows to work and has
the dirt on the "streets scraped up in piles he
will not only provide a guard of soldiers
but will have the dirt hauled away at the
State expense. There must be 200 or 300
tramps in town, every one of whom ought to
be arrested forthwith.
It is folly to say that because eight or ten
arrests per day are made no more could or
should be made. There is not a day that
from 50 to 100 of the vilest and most desper
ate characters on the face of the earth could
not be picked up on Washington street and
in other parts of town. ,
Notes or the Wrecked City.
Labor Bay will not be observed here.
The memorial services of the Knights of
Pythias Sunday promises to be largely at
tended. A KCKI3EB of articles, Including four
trunks, were to-day received by the Committee
The body of a man was found while cleaning
out the cellar under a house in Mlllyllle bor
much. The house had recently been built
without the cellar being cleaned out.
There is nothing new regarding Dr. Robin
son, but it is believed he has gone for good, and
the Board of Health people cannot tell what
his defalcation may amount to Until Dr. Lee
The water pipe from one of the reservoirs
is broken, and the water in the other reservoir
is getting quite low, so that there is a fear of
a water famine If the present dry weather con
tinues. SHERMAN TURNED OUT
Of a. Railroad Car In Order (a Slake Room
for Oth,r A Brother of the General
Very Angry Aboat the DI alter.
Chicago, August 31. Grand Army men
in this city were very much stirred up to
day about an Interview with Major Hoyt
Sherman, a brother of General W..T. Sher
man, which was published here. The gist
of it was that when General Sherman and
his brother reached the depot in Milwaukee
last night to take the train for this city, at
the close of the National Encampment, the
old warrior was very much fatigued; that
they were shown into a car and were just
comfortably seated, when a lot of members
ot Phil Sheridan Post, of Chicago, came
into the car; that they insisted thatthe occu
pants had no right there, and that the Gen
eral and his brother were compelled to seek
Mr. "W. C. Curtis, Commander of Phil
Sheridan Post, was interviewed to-day in re
gard to the matter. Mr. Curtis admitted
that it was an awkward affair, but held that
the members of the post were not to blame
in the matter. The trouble, be thought,
arose out of the fact that the General was
tired and his brother unnecessarily quick
tempered. The facts, he said, were that the
car had been chartered by a number of
members of the post who had their wives
with them. When they reached the depot
they found the seats taken, and, not know
ing that General Sherman was on board,
ordered the porter to clear the car, which he
proceeded to do.
When the discovery was made that Gen
eral Sherman was being ejected, c member
of the post offered him his seat, which was
declined. Mr. Curtis says the General did
not seem angered about the matter, but that
Major Sherman was in high dudgeon. They
went forward into another car where seats
had been reserved ior them.
JUST A TEIFLB 1IISTEEI0DS
Ii the Illnnner In Which nn Early Morning
Murder Was Committed.
St. Louis, August 31. While George
AtkinS was passing the corner of Twelfth
and Morgan streets at an early hour this
morning he saw a man assault a woman and
run away. When he (Atkins) went to pick
up the woman some unknown man rushed
up and stabbed him in the side, inflicting a
fatal wound. All the parties then escaped,
leaving Atkins in the street. The police
have not yet succeeded in clearing up the
mystery surrounding the affair.
Want a Free Ticket Home
Fresko, Cal., August 31. A man
giving the name of West Herefod Brown,
who for two years past has acted in the
capacity of deputy sheriff at Merced, this
county, has surrendered himself to the au
thorities, statinc that he killed a man named
Jim Blaze in Mississippi in 1877, and now
wishes to be sent back for trial.
Getting Ready for Trouble.
Charleston, W. Ta., August 31.
There is trouble on New river on account of
a white man shooting a negro. The hard
ware stores ip this city have sold all their
Winchester rifles and more are ordered from
other cities. An outbreak of the negroes is
SI 00. Strangers Should Tislt SI 00.
The Standard Photo Art gallery, 70 Fed
eral st., Allegheny, where thev can receive
'fine cabinets of themselves or little ones for
1 00 per doz., commencing September 1.
Hendricks & Co., 63 Federal street,
Allegheny, will have their gallery open
all dav. Have year photograph taken.
Cabinets onlv $1 a dozen. Bring the little
SI 00. Strangers Should Visit $1 00.
The Standard Photo Art gallery, 70 Fed
eral st, Allegheny, where they can receive
fine cabinets of themselves or little ones for
(i 00 per doz., commencing September 1.
Velvets UVelvets! 29Wc, 29c; regu
lar $1 goods; 22 inches wide.
mwsu 35 Fifth avenue.
SI. Until October. SI.
Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, 616 Market street. Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, proof
Fob the newest and most stylish shapes
of Overgarments for ladies visit our cloak
room. Hugus & Hacee.
SI OO. Strangers Should Visit SI 00.
The Standard Photo Art gallery, 70 Fed
eral st, Allegheny, where they- can receive
fine cabinets of themselves or little ones for
$1 00 per doz., commencing September 1.
" J '
BALFOUR'S . TOLIGY.
1 i1 '' r
The Way He Managed to Capture
Parnell Votes in Parliament!
IT WAS DONE VERY QUIETLY.
Endowment of the Catholic University of
Ireland the Bait.
THE SPEECH OP QUEEN VICTORIA.
It Was More Remarkable for What Was Kot Said
Than What Was Spoken.
The political situation in England is re
markable. By-a very quiet move Secretary
Balfour has succeeded in gaining the sup
port of the Parnellites, and the Opposition
has scarcely any strength left. Queen Vic
toria's speech in proroguing Parliament is
more notable for what she, did not. say
than for what she did. She never men
tioned the royal grants.
Ibv cable to tat dispatch. 1
London, August 31. (Copyright) The
political situation in England to-day is re
markable in the extreme. Balfour, by one
of those smart theatrical movements which
Englishmen are accustomed to 'consider an
imitation of Lord Beaeonsfield, has fairly
divided his opponents.. Without any fuss
or ostentation whatever, he casually an
nounced in the House that the Government
proposed to endow'the Catholic University
in Ireland. Tho effect was electrical
Irishmen, instead of being bitter opponents
of the Government, evinced a lively desire
to shake hands with the ministry.
The Gladstonians were glum and evident
ly irritated at the jubilation of the Parnell
ites, but as one of the Irish leaders succinct
ly remarked to them, "You had an oppor
tunity to-do this in your day, but emphat
ically refused to do it, so you. cannot expect
us to refuse the good things offered us. If
the Tories offered us home rule we should
take it, and be only too glad to get it."
Balfour had laid his plans well. He had
had Mr. Parnell sounded, under pledge of
secrecy, and had got his support. He had
gained the approval of the Liberal Unionist
leaders, and he had put the heads of the
Irish church into ecstacies by a hint of
what was coming. The only sections he did
not consult were the Gladstonians and the
Ulster Tories, whose good opinion he affects
not to value at all. These latter have al
ready made their protest, but the House is
up and away and they have no chance now
of making their voices heard until Parlia
ment meets again next February. In the
meantime Mr. . Balfour is undoubtedly
reckoning on the good seed taking root in
counts ON the fbiests.
He believes the priests will be with him
to a man, and in thus surmise he is proba
bly correct Tire prrests, he concludes, will
win over therioters, and he is of the opinion
that the Irish party will be sufficiently
grateful for what he 'has done to render to
the Tory party a measure of aid occasion
ally. In this, probably, he has madea mis
take, for the Irish members are fighting ior
Ireland, and any combination tnev can
make for lurthering her interests they will
assuredly enter into, but without doubt it is
a clever move. For a long time past
the details of the scheme have
been perfecting. Extensive alterations
have been in progress at the splendid build
ings of the royal society, and doubtless this
will become the headquarters of the new
university. The knowledge of the announce
ment respecting an endowed Catholic tini
'versity did a great deal to smooth the, way
for the prorogation of Parliament It
knocked the fight out ot nine-tenths- of the
To-day there has been a rush of tired-out
officials and faithful Parliamentarians from
London. Lord Salisbury, who is off to
Dieppe, headed the flight, and the" fine
weather favored, the holiday-bound legisla
tors. the queen's bemabeable sfeech.
The Queen's speech at the close of Parlia
ment is remarkable, not for what it contains,
but for what it omits. Parliament voted,
after a somewhat stormy discussion, a large
grant of money for Queen Victoria and her
progeny. Her Majesty, however, does not
think this sum worth mentioning, and says
nothing whatever about it. This is regard
ed generally as a snub for the faithful Com
mons, who discussed the whole question
openly, instead of voting it unanimously
without a murmur.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol pur
ity, strength and wholefomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude o
ow est. short weight alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold only ft cam. ROYAL BAKING
POWDKR CO-106 Wall St, N. Y.
Optical, Mathematical and Engineering In
struments and Materials. Profile, cross-section,
tracing and blue-process papers, tracing
linen, etc Largest and best stock of Specta
cles and Eve Glasses.
KORNBIiTJM, Theoretical and
No. 0 Fifth avenue. Telephone No. 1686.1
Morphine end WUtkr Habit pain
lessly cared. Treatment sent on trial
free. ConfldenuaUr address H. 1
hit ft in Mt. seen uox unjuu, ua.
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FOR THIS WEEK!
Domestic Sardines, 5c can.
Mustard Sardines, lOo can.
Imported Sardines, extra, 12o can.
Imported Sardines,. large, 16c can.
Im ported Boneless Sardines, large, 25c can.
Imported Herring, 20o can.
Fresh Mackerel,in oil, large cans, 40o can.
Com Beet, 12c and 18c can. -
Chipped Beef, 12c and 23c can.
Frankfort Sausage, 25c pound.'-
Spanish Olives, extra, 85c per gallon.
CATSUPS Snider's. Flaccus Bro.'s,
Gordon & Dilworth's. and Beefsteak, only
Imported Marmalade, 18o'per jar.
Send for the 'Housekeepers' Guide, mailed
Select Family Grocers,
18 DIAMOND, Market Square,
The quickest way to get a
good new thing into use is to
take the risk of it
You can get the Corset
that, more than' any other,
gives a woman a happy face,
you can wear it two or three
weeks and return it if not
satisfactory. Ask at your
store. The corset is Ball's.
The store has a primer on
Corsets also. That is worth
Chicago Cqese? Co., Chicago and New York.
Our Fall Fashion Plate is ready. All tho
leading styles for Ladies' and Children's Straw
Hats are made up and readv for inspection, the
styles shown will meet tho demands of our
many friends. Oar old establishment with in
creased facilities for turning out good work
only, will gain many customers the coming sea
son. We will dye and renovate your old-fashioned
hat to any of our .new Fall shapes, by our new
electric process, rendering the hats as good as
new in every respect. Bring vour hat or bon
net now, don't wait till bait the season Is gone.
Summer Hats are out ot stylo now. The style
this fall is Black Hats, trimmed in Flumes or
Tips. Waare practical Ostrich Feather Dyers,
and do the work correct. Brine your plumes
and your hat to us and in a ;few days you have
a new fall outfit at slight cost.
T07 PENN AVE., Opp. Penn Bnilding.
$15. PERFECT FITTING. $15,
All our Seal Garments are cut by U. C. Per
kins, inventor of the True Tailor Si-stem, of
actual direct measurements, which absolutely
requires no trying on, no refitting, no altera
tions. P. C. Perkins is the onlv actual meas
urement seal cutter this side of New Yoi k City.
By having no alterations or refitting to do we
save time which is money, hence the reason we
can reshape your seal garment for $15, while
others are cutting by stock patterns and must
refit and charge you $25.
Seal garments reshaped, redyed, rellned and
mado over into any shapo desired. Overzooo
references furnished on application.
GRAHAM'S FUR STORE,
415 WOOD ST., 3d door from Fifth avenue.
' . sel-91
Pi!rln t m.
nn Ft rat.
A mpoa to tut fern.., . ..IKr.fH!??:-
Umtprowit UumHlTH uiln.t the dm f lohrlor
"A TIN roof." 1
Ittf book Ann ho to lMt, Ut nd piiat t Ua
wot oaa wtU bo liraUHeil fiw of oitT
MERCHANT & CO., - '
Philada., New York, Chicago, Londoa'
H ERBERT WALKER
65 NINTH ST.
tN OUB BOPTJLAR.BBAitf)' "
Will be found a combination not
alwaysto.be had. -
AFine Quality of PliTJCr 'TOBAO
OO at a Reasonable Price.
Look for the red K-tin tag on
If you are looking .for a
DON'T FAlli TO GIVE'
A FAIR TRIAU
Ask your dealer for it. Don't take any other.
JNO. FUtfZER & BROS.,
I Ornamental Iron
31 SAMPSON ST., AliiEQHENY, PA.
sDeciau y auapiea ior vemetery Xiois.
VISITORS TO THE EXPOSITION
will find it to their advantage to drop in and see the mammoth
display of Household Goods placed on exhibition by
W, H, THOMPSON & CtV
At their Palatial Show Booms,
3STo- 30 5 "Wood. Sti2?eet-
They carry, in stook.anything and everything needed or used in
a well regulated house, suoh as Furniture, Carpets, Oil Oloths,
Curtains, Bedding, Blanket, Clocks, Pictures, Easy Chairs,
Bookers, Stoves, Dishes and the thousand and one other things
needed to complete the household, whioh they Bell on their well
known easy terms of
CASH or CREDIT
at the lowest prices. ' Call and see their goods and prices; thus
save your expenses to the fexpositlon.
N. B. This week an especial drive in Blankets Is offered.
GRAND VARIETY OF FINE
We are prepared to suit and fit
the most particular gentlemen wish
ing Fall Overcoats. We show the
English Box, Covert and Sack Top
Coats, with or without seamless
back, short and medium long cut,
in all kinds of handsome and gen
teel shades and materials and at
prices - that are about -half what
jour tailor would charge you.
NEW FALL" STYLES IN
Within the past two weeks we
have received and placed on sale
over 10,000 pairs of Men's fine
Dress Pants, representing the very
latest ideas of cut, pattern and de
sign. .They are in every particular
as good as custom work and the
prices range 'from $4 to $7. We
also show a large stock of Business
Pants from $1 $0 to $3. Don't
fail to see these faultless garments.
OUR FALL IfflPORTATIONS
have been received and are now
ready for your inspection and selec
tion in our Custom Tailoring De
partment No merchant tailor in
this city shows a larger or finer as
sortment of piece goods, or makes
more perfect fitting and stylish gar
ments than we do. On top of all
we guarantee, you assaying of from
j!8 to 15 on every suit, and from
$2 to $s on every pair of pants.
Leave your measure now, while the
stock is at' high water mark.
JB2FWe will continue to give a
Rubber (Waterproof) School Bag
with every purchase in the Boys'
NEW ABTTKnSBaCQifrS. 4
FALL' STYLE NO. 2.
GENTS' DBE88 XfERBT.
51 90, $2 2f, $20, V DO. ?3 40. f
Last week we illustrated a' very nobby
shape intended solely for young' Gent's
wear. This week we publish a hat of larger'
proportions, and one suitable lor portly and
fleshy gentlemen, or those of middle aee.
Ths Derby is essentially and emphatically J
a inn uuu xue jyu crowa, meaium Dnm
and heavy rolling curl makes it one of. the
most svlish and becoming hats, in the mar
ket. One of the attractive features in our
establishment is the earnestendeavor to give
customers' the benefit of our judgment in
the selection of headgear, and where our ad
vice is taken a stylish and becoming bat
will adorn the wearer every time.
The Hatter and Furnisher)
421 and 423 Smithfleld St.
. DIAMOND, TOgaBl
22 SIXTH STREET. The Ere examined free
of charge. Bpectacles perfectly fitted. -
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ale.-lbc wMmL ite offered lbur flntta
itw4 troBi the feet that w few oetrdinaU 10,iMt
lWMMBtCittMtflwlg e,;of oouw. ftwa M Sate mad to
near by. but .stay also omitom
aa far west aa California. &a fltr.nrth aa Oa&ada. aa far i
Mexlax The reJDote points to VWoh tha PltolWB papers ,
advertisement je evideace of tbsfeLwide ottotrntaaan and tha
an advarastnar aasaitun. Out of the 10,34 answers ca
correct, andtnese were sent bvta ioUowina- fear boys, wk
(with the exoeptloii of the Kansas
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"First IPrize; A;$15 Suit.
Tlilra Irlze, JLn. $8 Suit.
THE CORRECT ANSWER IS AS FOLLOWS:-
"Our clothes we'd have you understand
Have not their equal in the land.
If you will try them once, dear reader,
You'll then pronounce them quite a leader,,
" Humbug with us ne'er finds a place
. But numbers bargains do embrace. y
And what we state, the country knows.
That we headquarters are for clothes."
The winners will please send in their measures, or caU In psnos'f
and be fitted with the olothes whioh await them, as promised.', .VjJmi? -
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89 Irwin Ave., AHegheafV '
Fourtn i'rizo, jl. 99 , 1
A BRILLIANT ARRAY ,0F
Our new fall stock of fine En
glish and American Teck, Puff and
Four-in-hand Ties is now. ready. It
includes the finest and choicest
novelties manufactured. We make
a specialty of Fisk, Clark & Flagg's
celebrated Neckwear and we can'
and do sell it for about two-thirds
the prices asked by exclusive Fur
nishing Goods dealers.
A GREAT GATHERING OF
Every celebrated maker of "Hats ,
Of America and England has con
tributed his quota to our matchless
stock, and there is no Hat storejn
the city that can show as many
fashionable shapes of Derbys and
Silk Hats .as we do. Our "Littlet
English" style, Youman's, Knox's
and Dunlap s shapes have the pnn-k
cipal call. lhey are beautxeiS
Prices from $1 24 to $3 50.
Advance styles of our grand
stock of Newmarkets, Jackets,
Children's Reefers, etc., are how.
displayed in our handsome and
spacious Cloak department We
shall make greater efforts this sea
son than ever to win and do THE
Cloak trade of this city, and we
are confident of our ability to do
so,, if we but supply the Ladies of
Pittsburg" with the best goods and
prettiest styles at the lowest prices.
Call and see,.
BA beautifrifand verr amus":
incr nnviltvwill Vi tiinriorl evervi
person passing our Grand Display
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