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Comes to Grief After a Yery Be
markable Business Career.
HE WAS THE CHAMPIOS HDSTLEB,
'But Would Take the Company's Funds for
MEMBER OP AKOBLE AUSTMAN FAMILY
Gubernatorial Commission is nearinc the end
of Its labors. To-day Mercer and McDowell
counties were disposed of finally. The two
thow a net gain of 193 votes for TIeniinc
Braxton county was taken up this afternoon,
and S3 Fleming and 17 Gott. rotes rejected on a
district boundary dispute and two Fleming and
one Goff rotes rejected on otber points..
A HUNGARIAN RIOT.
Chicago, September 1. Mai Jacobson,
until recently Western Superintendent of
the Fidelity and Casualty Company, which
has general offices in this city under the
control of General Manager W. A- Alexan
der, was before Justices Randall and White
this morning, charged with embezzling
small amounts of money from the company.
The arrest was made on a warrant sworn out
by Mr." Alexander, the accused being on the
point of boarding a train for 2few Xork
when the officers fonnd him.
Mr. Alexander was seen by a reporter,and
'from that gentleman the story of Jacobssn's
career in this city and something of his pre
vious history were obtained. "Jacobson is
one of the most versatile men I ever saw,"
said Mr. Alexander, with some enthusiasm.
"His talent is something wonderful, and he
had no equal in handling insurance busi
ness. He is only about 26 years old and a
fine-looking fellow, with a most winning
address. He got iu with the best class of
business men, such, for instance, as Par
well, McVeagh and Armour, and he got
along with them so well that he could put
his feet on their desks with impunity and
act as familiarly as he felt inclined.
A "MODEL AGET.
"He was with us about nine months and
he made plenty of money. He did a busi
ness of 820,000 in' fire months, and his salary
and commissions amounted to nearly or
quite $i00 per month. The first irregularity
1 discovered in his business was in last
March. This, alter talking to him and get
ting his promise to do better, I overlooked.
"When the Washington Park races came on.
he cot into rapid company, and I found that
he was using my money to buy pools with,
and was carrying on at a high rate.
"I called him in and remonstrated with
him, again getting a promise of reform, but
it was not long before I found him going
wrong, as usual, and then, about three
weeks ago, I discharged him, making at the
time a demand on him for all moneys in his
hands belonging to the company. He was
behind with us to the extent of "about $700.
Ac soon as I discharged him he went over at
once to work for another liability company,
and they advanced him money. The assur
ance of the man is shown by the fact that he
went down to Joliet and, on the strength of
forged letters representing that he had left
me in a straight way, got prominent citizens
and influential Senators to go on his bond."
"What do you know of his antecedents?"
A2T AUSTKIAS- NOBLE.
m ell, jl Know lie belongs to a promi
nent noble family in Austria. I got a let
ter from his father only a few days ago.
The letter bore the family crest JToung
Jacobson used to live at Monte Carlo, where
he was known as a poker player and a very
slick one. Before he came to Chicago he
had served a three-year term in the Joliet
Penitentiary for forgery, but he made him
self solid with Warden McClaughrey and
other prominent people while there, and
when he came out carried with him the most
flattering letters of recommendation from
ex-Mayor Page, Banker Fish, Senator Cul
lom's brother and General McClaughrey.
He has been equally successful in this city
in 'coming it OTer' people, and he has
obtained I don't know how much money
onaer jaise pretenses lrom ainerent people,
Sinn Killed and a Nnmber Injured In a
tSMCUL TKLEaitAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Grssxsbttbg, September L News has just
reached here of a riot among the Hungarians
at the Standard Mines, near Mt. Pleasant, in
which one of the Huns was beaten so badly
that he died a short time afterward. Another
was shot through tho leg and severely hurt.
The fight. It anDears, was occasioned by a dis
pute between two burly Hungarians over a
woman. Both claimed the lore of the damsel.
Argument was of no avail, and urged on by
moonshine" whisky and jealousy a general
fight took place, in which wen, women and
children took part with the above result The
names of the injured could not be learned.
Lightning Alter tho Whisky.
ISrZCtil TELEGRAM TO TI1E DISPATCH. 1
Feee1oet. SeDtember 4. During the heavy
storm to-day lightning t truck the bonded house
of Gucltenhelmofc Bras' distillery, injocKing
a hole in one comer of it. The fluid failed to
reach the whisky. If it had the whole building
would have been destroyed.
WITNESSES WON'T TESTIFI.
DIcCall Says He Has Mo Evidence Against
Agent McCall said yesterday that he was
only the clerk of the District Attorney,
and he will be governed by the latter in
the prosecution of speak-easy cases. He
Baid he has no evidence at hand with which
to convict anybody, and he finds that in the
cases iu which he felt pretty sure of con
viction the witnesses will go into court,
and say they don't know anything about it.
New Spiritualist Society.
Frank T, Bipley, of Boston, organized
the first society of spiritualists in Allegheny
last-Sunday. Mr. Bipler will address the
society in Washington Hall every Sunday
for the next two months.
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents ofa Day In Two Cities Condensed
for Bendy Reading.
Joseph Beesstein was held for court In
default of $300 bail by Alderman Snccop yes
terday, on a charge of larceny by bailee, pre
ferred bv Phillip Marcuson. The latter Is a
picture dealer and alleges the defendant took
out a lot of books and pictures to sell and
failed to return them or their equivalent in
Albert Jones was placed in jail last night
to await a bearing Saturday before Alderman
Porter on a charge of larceny. Annie Robinson
alleges that he went to ber room on Stockholm
avenue, broke open her trunk and stole a cloak
and otber articles from it
S. K. Cooper made information before Alder
man McMasters yesterday against Magna
Calla, a labor boss on the new bridge being
built at Beck's Run. It is alleged Calla struck
the defendant in the face with a chisel ana
knocked his teeth loose.
Last night Alderman Leslie held Lena Nast
and Norcrave Snyder In $300 ball each for court
on charges of assault and battery. They reside
in jo-boats on the Allegheny river near Herr's
Island, and got into a row, which resulted in
WixijAJt Buisk, who was charged before
Alderman McGurey, of the Southside, with
bigamy by Mrs. Elizabeth Viarheller, appeared
before the Alderman last night, waived a hear
ing and gave bail in the sum of $1,600 tor trial
MILLER RUSH Wednesday, September
4. 1SS8. at tbe home of her father, C. H. Ruth,
Uniontown, Pa by the Rev. Millholland, K. F.
Milleb and Jane F. Rush.
inciuaing Max or Edward Strakoscb, who us morning.
are relatives of his, and on whom he drew I CATUXKiifE McCabtut yesterday charged
forged drafts. There is no telling how I James Beck with grievously assaulting her 8-
including Max or Edward Strakoscb, who
many people ne nas aone up.
When the case was called Tjefore Justice
White the prisoner had no counsel, but he
uiicrwaru sem oui ana got lawyers, who
began to fight the prosecution with a will.
Alter neanng the testimony, which was to
the effect that Jacobson bad collected $35
from one party and 19 from another, Jail
ing to account for either sum on demand.
the Court held the prisoner in $300 bond.
A writ of habeas corpus was at once taken
out by the defendant's counsel.
AT supper time last evening Susie Dickson,
aged 12 years, lifted a kettle full of boiling
water off tbe stove, at ber home. No. 2803
Smallman street, and scalded herself badly on
the breast and arms. Her case is serious.
DtJEiKO a heavy thunder storm at Freepori
yesterday, tbe lightning struck the gable end
of No. 1 still belonging to Guckenheimer. Tbe
bricks of the building were scattered all over
the place.' Damage was slight.
Henet Daskec, an orphan 12 years old, who
lived with his grandmother at No. 2SM Penn
avenue, was arrested last night on a charge of
stealing $8 from the store of Mrs. Dagnell, No.
2617 Penn avenue.
CiiAnuES Donahoo, a roller in Carnegie's
Thirty-third street mill, was arrested and com
mitted to jail by Alderman Leslie yesterday on
a serious charge preferred by a girl named
James Braes, while crossing the West Penn
track at Sharpsburg last evening, was struck
by an engine and badly injured. The com
pany's doctor was called and he dressed the
The remains of A. B. Lewis, lawyer of Aber
deen, Dakota, passed through the city yester
day morning for the borne of the deceased in
Indiana, Pa., where the interment will take
Christ Beers, a resident of Nixon street,
Frankstown, died at his home suddenly yester
day, it is presumed from heart disease. Tbe
Coroner was notified and will bold an inauest
STILL HADING BODIES.
Throe More Recovered From the Rains of
tho Wrecked City Bellefonte for
Dearer All the Nuts From
Nearby Towns. "
rSFECIAI. TELXQBAX TO THE DISPATCH.!
JoHNSTOtVK, September 4. Three more
bodies were found to-day, one.thatof aman,
in a cellar on Market street, just in the rear
of the Burgess' office. Another body of a
man was found in a cellar on Walnut street.
The third was that of a woman and was un
earthed in Jlillrille, close to the schoolhouse, b v
a man in hunting for the hydrant of the lot oc
cupied by him. The woman had earrings, also
?P nD& one Pkted ring with initials
The Flood Commission is expected to meet
here on the 13th Inst., when the Board of In
quiry expect to have their report ready to hand
the commission. Dr. Robinson, who disap
peared recently, has turned np InPhiladelphia,
and it is understood has satisfactorily arranged
his affairs with the State Board of Health.
A MYSTERIOUS MURDER.
Btrango Manner In Which a Resident of
Brnddock Met His Death.
ISrECIAI. TZLEGILAM TO THE DISrATCILl
jjeayeb .fatus, September . This even
lng about 9 o'clock a young man aged about 23,
and named William Spencer, was shot at this
place and Instantly killed. The deceased,
whose home is at Braddock, came to this place
yesterday with a gang of tramps. To-night
they assembled in the Paperwill woods in a
shanty and began drinking beer and carousing.
During the carousal a shot was heard, and
Spencer fell to the ground with a groan,
lhe gang, -with one exception, fled. He ran
lor a doctor, but when they returned Spencer
was dead. The bullet had entered just below
the heart and death must hare been Instanta
neous. Who fired the shot is not known and
so arrests hare been made.
year-old child, rne parties lire in Gtorman,al
ley. It is alleged Beck attacked him and beat
Maetts Duetke, a Hungarian, was brought
to the West Penn Hospital last night, suffering
from serious injuries received from the falling
of a crane bucket near Conemaugb.
An information was made by Peter Kroffk
yesterday, charging Debold Moneyold with
forgery. Moneyold was arrested and held for
a bearing to-morrow.
George Eberhabt, 75 years old, was found
deaa in his bed at his home In Mulberry alley
yesterday morning. The Coroner decided an
WnxiAsr Hastixos was brought to jail
from Baldwin-township last night bn a charge
of theft. He is accused of stealing $31 from
The fifth annual excursion and basket pic
nic of Star of Liberty Castle No. 102. A. O. K
oftheU.C, will be given at Rock Point on
A meeting of the delegates to the Widows
and Orphans' Home will be held in Allegheny
September 11 to adopt a charter, by-laws, etc..
for the home.
Mead C. Cabpenteb, of Gray's Mills,
Crawford county, lost an envelope containing
$117 on Smithfield street yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday a Pole named Jawasxo was
overcome by the heat while at work in the
Black Diamond Steel Works.
The meeting at which Dr. Campbell will
speak this afternoon iu the Y. M. C A, Hall
will be open to everybody.
An uifKNOWir old man, supposed to nave
been a tramp, was killed near Mansfield by
second No. 6 last night. -
The Committee on Surveys win meet this
SCARCITY OF WATER.
TThe Bearer Rlrer Is Very Low and Rain Is
rsrEciAi. telegeam to the dispatch.i
Beavek Faixs, September 4. Owing to the
continued dry weather the Bearer rirer has be
come nnprecedently low, and unless rain comes
soon many of the works along the river that
run by water-power will have to shut down.
Great difficulty is also experienced by the
water works company to get enougb water to
keep a respectable stage of water in the reser
voir. The pumps are kept busy night and day.
i esterday a force of men were put to work
constructing a temporary dam from the shore,
just below the influent pipe, to an island in tbe
middle or the river, which will create a pool
sufficient to allow the pumps to get a full sup
ply. If rain does not come soon the sprinkling
carts will be taken off and consumers notified
to be careful of the water.
ASSISTANT CHIEF CLARK.
His Appointment Confirmed by the Allegheny
Fire Committee! .
The Allegheny Fire Committee last night
confirmed the appointment of Bichard
Clark as Assistant Chief. He was named
by Chief Jones. Mr. Clark was for many
years a member of the Eureka Company No.
7, and his appointment is generally com
mended. A petition was presented by M. C. Boyd,
a grocer doing business at 2o. 325 Beaver'
avenue, asking for reimbursement for an
awning destroyed by sparks from the Hope
fire engine on the night of the fire at A. D.
Miller & Son's oil refinerv. Mr. Boyd pre
sented a bill ibr ?10 50, "but it was not allowed.
BERGER On Tuesday. September 3, at 6
o'c.ock F. JL, at his late residence,Fiftb avenue,
Beaver Falls, Jqiln Berger, aged 75 years.
BEBOTJT Of diphtheria, on Wednesday,
September 4, 1S89, at 130 o'clock A.SL, Abbib
N., youngest daughter of James N. and Lire tta
E. Bebout, aged 1 year, 7 months and 2 days.
Funeral services at the residence of her pa
rents, Second avenue, Marion station, Balti
more and Ohio Railroad, on Thursday, the 5th
inst, at 4 p. M. Interment private.
BRAUN Entered into rest on Tuesday
evening, September a, law, at OiXi O'Ciock,
Adam Braun, aged 72 years and 1 month.
Funeral will take place from bis late resi
dence, Shaler township, Butler pike, on Fri
day afternoon', at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend, 2
BURNS On Wednesday, September 4, 1889,
at 2 o'clock P. M., Eddie, youngest son of Ber
nard and Mary Ann Burns, aged I year 2
months 21 days.
Funeral from the residence of bis parents,
Bates street, near Second avenue. Fourteenth
ward, on Friday, the 0th inst., at 2 o'clock p.
jr. Friends of the family are respectfully In
vited to attend. 2
CREESE On Wednesday, September 4. 1SS9,
at Sewickley, Pa., at 2:15 p. m., Florence
Aida. daughter of David C. and Jennie Creese,
ageu 4 years o montns :a days.
Funeral from tbe residence of ber parents,
Sewickley, Fa,, Thursday, September 5, at 3
o'clock P. II.
CURRY At Wilkinsburg, September 4
Wimjam L. Curby, aged 25 years.
Funeral at tbe residence or A. Cummins,
Wallace street, Thursday, at 1 p. u. Burial
at Versailles Cemetery, McKeesport, at 430 P.
M. of the same day.
EVANS On Wednesday, September 4, 1889,
GWANL1.IAN-. wife of William T. Evans, of
Etna, Pa., aged 53 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ERHABDT On Wednesday morning, Sep
tember 4, 1&S9, George Erhabdt, aged 75
Funeral Friday, September 6, 1S89. at 8:30 A.
it, from residence of bis son, Wm. Erhardt, 122
Mulberry alley, city. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend. 2
GILLESPIE At his residence, Boulevard,
Kast End. on Wednesday evening, September
4, 1SS9. at 9 o'clock, James Gixxespie, aged
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
GOTTCHALK Beethai relict of the lata
Henry Gottcbalk, aged 67 years, 5 months and
Funeral from 215 Ohio street, Allegheny, on
Thursday, 2 o'clock p. M. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
LEITBIM Wednesday. September 4. at 3:15
p. ii., Charles Campbell Leithjm, of
County Down, Ireland, in tbe 17th year of his
Funeral from the residence of bis nncle, John
Campbell, No. 72 West Jefferson street, Alle
gheny, Friday at 2 p. sr. 2
MILLER On Monday, Septembers; at 3 A.
JL, at her residence, 1312 Carson street, 8. S.,
Mrs. Catharine, widow of Simon Miller, in
her C7th year.
Funeral will take-place on Thursday, Sep
tember 6. at KSO p. n. Berrices at Rot. Lorch's
church, Jane .street, S. S., at 2 p. 1L. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
MORGA-N On Wednesday. SeptemDer 4,
1SS9, at 9 A. jr., John W.' Morgan, one of the
Johnstown flood sufferers, aged 2 years and 6
Funeral service at the residence of his daugh
ter, Mrs. John Harry, Thirty-eighth and South
streets, on Thursday, September 5, at 11 a.
m. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend, interment private at Sandy
vale Cemetery, Johnstown, Friday, Septem
ber 6, 18S9.
PERRY On Wednesday morning at 2
o'clock. George Perry, Sr., aged 78 years, at
his residence in Banksrille.
Funeral on Thursday, September 5, at 230
PORTER On Tuesday afternoon, Septem
bers, 18S9. at 8-30 o'clock, Mary A Porter.
widow of the late James Porter, in the 72d year
of her age.
Funeral services at her late residence. No.
273 Robinson street, Allegheny City, at 2-30 p.
ii. Thursday. Interment private. 2
R1CHEY Entered into rest at Butler on
Wedneday, the 28th of August, Mrs. James
Richey, in her 82d year. -Mrs. RIchev was the
eldest sister of the late George R. White, of
Pittsburg, and mother-in-law of James Raf
ferty, of-Allegheny City.
8CHWARTZ Fredebick William, son
of Frederick William and Caroline Schwartz,
aged 2 years and 9 months.
Funeral from parents' residence, 60 Chatham
street, on Thursday, at 2 p. m. Services at
Oakland Cemetery. . 2
WELSH On Wednesday, September 4,
1SS9, at 230 A. M-, Ella, daughter of Richard
and Mary Welsh, aged 17 years and 4 months.
Funeral from tbe residence of her parents.
No. 2 Violet alley, WestEnd, on Friday, Sep
tember 6, at 9 o'clock A. M. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
WINTER On Wednesday, September 4.
18S9. at 2:15 a. il, Henry Winter, at his
residence, 1715 Mary street, Soutbside, aged 72
years 7 months 13 days.
runerai services on THURSDAY at 2 P. M.
Friends of tho family aro invited to attend.
B. & B.
Thursday, September 5.
. To make room for ndw fall
stock we are cbmpeaed Lo
sacrifice last season's patterns
at extremely low prices.!,
We will therefore offer the
"7"7 cents for quality of
i i Brussels whose
'price with all
has been '$r.
for Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of
Body Brussels whose
regular price has been
from $r 25 to $1 '50.
Wilton Carpets (M JH .
per yard. v) 1 aU
English, Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at mO reduced-
from $2 50. vj)i
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Flannel Blouse Waists
To Clean TJp tho Season's Stock.
$1 60 Qualities at 81 00.
S3 00 Ones at SI 50.
$2 60 and S2 75 ones at $2 00.
J3 00 and JS 23 ones at S3 25.
A few, only, of silk
H 60 ones at $3 25.
S5 60 ones at S3 75.
Then we call your attention again to our
clearing up sale of
IN daroe sizes, 9 TO H tears.
A cood chance to buy boys' waists cheat).
f 1 00 ones at 75 cents.,
tl 25 and SI 40 ones at SI 00.
These are all thebest Star maVe, but we want
to run off the stock to make room for winter
The Men's and Boys' Flannel Shirts
Also going out at greatly reduced prices. See
tbe great bargains In
Gents' Neckwear, Hosiery ancTTJn
derwear, In fall and winter weights, opening every day.
Come in lor schools outfits if you aro going
For this class of goods their can be no
shadow of doubt ve are the headquarters,
Every kind and description of school
requisites will be found in our establish
ment, and the vast quantities we sell enable
as to offer unprecedented values. Below we
quote a few sample prices:
School Companions at 10c eaoh.
Noiseless Victor Slates 5c each,
Small Plain Slates at 2o eaoh,
Lead Pencils 4c a-doz,
Composition Books at 3a eaoh.
Penholders at 3o a doz.
Four Slate Pencils.un neat box,
Best Lead Pencils" afr-4o each or
45o a doz.
School Bags at all Prices.
Writing Paper by the pound,
from 15o upward.
Foolscap lOo a quire, ,$1 50 a
Legal Cap 10a a quire,. 91 60 a
Memorandum Books of alUDe
scription. Tablets of all sizes and all prices.
New Fall Gds"'toriving,xfjti!ly.
Mail Orders Becaiye Prompt At
tention. .. ; ,
Catalogues and Price Lists Mailedi
Free of Charge.
A FEW BLACKS,
High class combinations, stripes
and plaids, Black and White all
wool and s,ilk and wool Suitings, 40
inches wide, plains to match (Bas
ket Cloths and Foule) 1 25 for"
tancy; gi a yard for plains.
Elegant Novelty Sidebands, plain
Black and Black and White, 43
inches wide, $1 and $1 25 a yard.
New Jacquard Suitings, novel
figures, 'all-wool, 40 inches wide,
75c, 90c and 1 a yard.
NOVELTY DRESS GOODS.
42-inch "Clan" plaids, all-woo,
beautiful colorings, $1 a yard.
42-inch fine, all-wool -English
Suitings, 75 c a yard.
52-inch fine, all-wool English
Suitings, $x 25 a yard.
"Handkerchief Robes," only
found here, 10 and 12 each. Full
patterns and something new.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal st.,Allegheny.
Of new Fall Goods surpasses all our former
ones In variety and cheapness. We
opened during this week high
FINE PLUSH JACKETS,
FINE PLUSH 8ACQUE8,
IMPORTED LONQ WRAPS.
Imported direct by us and not to be procured
elsewhere. Those fine Stockinette Newmarkets
at t9 75 are reaUy worth 20, and if you wish
to save moueyyon bad better select one this
week. We also opened this week 240 cartons
containing 4,180 pieces colored Bilk Velvet
Ribbons, choice shades, which we offer at ex
ceedingly Jow prices. These goods will be very
scarce shortly, as there is an enormous demand
tor them In Europe and America.
OPEN THE FAL
AN IMPARTIAL PUBLIC WILL h
THEIR NEW PALL STOCK THE L.
THEIR FALL STYLES THE PRj.
THEIR PRICES THE LOY
ALL THE NEW STYLES, NOVELTIES, DESIGNS and MATERIAL
The product of the widest experience, the greatest amount of energy,
the employment of a vast, amount Jof capital, combined with a perfect
knowledge of what the people in this vast business center require. To
.mention even one small portion of the thousands upon thousands of
good things for fall and winter wear now displayed in our store would
be a matter of utter impossibility. The whole stoie is crowded with
The Best Clothing for Men, Boys and Children.
The Grandest Stock of Hats and Caps.
The Finest Assortment of Furnishing Goods. I
The Greatest Variety of Elegant Footwear.
SEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st
"AnoiluT-lirtation of Kii
Fall line of GENUINE FOBTER
FBENUH' !' KID.
i 11 J&tslptHI
Choice from a stock. All the styles in all the'
grades from plain to finest Three izes to
every breast measure, with extra sizes for the big, good naturecf fellows.
A perfect fit guaranteed every buyer.
CAlL SUITS. "ces anl qualities which will create a sensation and
bring every thinking person to our store. Unques
tionably the finest and best Ready-made Clothing in this city. Men of
any size and shape (except actual deformity) fitted. The key word of
the immense business we shall do is "GENUINE BARGAINS."
FOR SHREWD AND SAVING PARENTS
-OUR GREAT SALE 07-
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
POSSESSES STRONG ATTRACTIONS,
the very' many extraordinary bargains obtainable may be
5 Hooks, i oo.
7 Hooks, a 60.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
TEETH, $5, $8,
Gold fllUncs from $1 up. At
silver. 75c: white alloy, tl.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
-OK. J. M. MCCLABEN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
A BOOJI FOR HASTINGS.
Center Conntr ! Certain He Will be the
Next Governor. ,
lErECUL TELEGBJLM TO TUB DrSMTCn.1
Bellefonte, September 1 The Republi
can County Convention met here in the Court
House this afterroon and nominated the fol
lowing ticket: Associate Judge, Michael Mus
ser. of Milheim; Prothonatory, TV. I. Fleminc
Bellefonte; District Attorney, W. E. Gray
Bellefonte; Surveyor, Jesse Clever, Unionrille:
Coroner, W. F. Woods. '
Resolutions were adopted indorsing the ad
ministrations of President Harrison and Gov
ernor Beaver, and also the course of M. S.
Quay, and especially the course of Genera D.
S. Hastines at Johnstown. Speeches made bv
Mr. Coburn and Uhers referred to General
Uastfac as our next Governor. I.. L. Brown
was elected County Chairman for 189a
So Shovr ftor General GofT.
:SrXCL.t. TELXQllAX TO TBI DISPATCH,
Tebea Aita, "W". Va., September
Walling for a Fall Bench.
The attorneys have decided not to present
the refused retail liquor dealers' petition
until there is a full bench. Judge JIajjee
jo not in me city, xne lawyers leel confi
dent that some oMhe retailers will be
granted licenses for the balance of the year.
MnrrlnBo Ucesiea Granted Tcsterdar.
I William Lear Allegheny
t Annie Thompson Allegheny
( Koderick MacKenzIe J'lttjtiiiri-
1 Annie Jacltou .".WtUbSJJI
J mSR.S- Hro," McKeesport
I Frank H. Symcs Osborn boroneh
I Clara M. Heckert McUandles. township
J Andrefr Graham Plttsbnrir
i Maria Connelly ." . "piuXSS
J Morlss Schwartz McKeesport
Lena Kaufman McKeesport
I John Slater Alleirhpnv
iBhei autiiu ::..::::Ai.eIheS?
Thomas Lenlhan Mtttbnre
1 Kose Upperman .nurture
JAMES ARCHrBAX,t 4 BRO .
.LIVERY AND SALE STABLE3,
117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
omiumem il, nexi aoor to uentral Hotel.
CarrlaKesforfunerals,$3L Carriages for operas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-li-TTS
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND S11ILAX
A. M. C J. B. MTTltDOCH,
r j n SMITHFIELD ST.
OX.KJ -Telephono429. dc8-f4-5TWF
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS - . t9X171,(!9633.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. SI Fourth avenue. ia20-3-D
34 SAMPSON ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.
SDecially Adapted for Cemetery Lots.
Profits go to
in this special sale of our
It should be borne in mind
that our prices are' not high
ones brought down, but a
genuine reduction from man
It's possible for buyers to
save a heap of money on
their wardrobe at our rates.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
TT-naa. "Po-trf-. .Qi-iifa of. t!1 KH l!0 fcO RH o-n3 t!Q
-x " - " u ,u VJ. W, Va, Vi W emu W,
JSsng Pant Suits at $3 50, $5, $6 and $8.
We are al offering Boys' Shirt Waists in Cheviot and Cretonne,
unlanndried, i?c, 24c, 49c up. Boys' Percale Waists, "Star" make,
standing collars, oc only Boys' Shirt Waists in flannel, all grades, 63c,
74c, 98c up. Boys' "Star" Percale Waists, 75c and $1. Boys' White
Shirts, laundried or unHaund"ea"' a11 Prices ilom 44c up. Boys' Percale
Shirts, loose cuffs and 2collaxs, 49c, 74c, 98c, eta, eta, with
PHENOMENAL BARGAINS k SCHOOL HATS and FOOTWEAR.
300 to 400
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STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes nnsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc.
PETER WRIGHT A SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had of J. J. McCOR.
MICK, Fourth avenue and 8mithneld street.
LOUIS MOESER, BIS Smithfield street.
JAS. MNEIL & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
wort Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. ' fe5-&S-TTS
5 Hooks, $1 50.
7 Hooks, SI 76,
7 Hooks, $2 23.
Guaranteed Poster Hook Kid Uloves
hooks, 89c; 7 horfks. Jl. No such values offered
by any other house.
60 doz. Misses' 4 b. Kid Gloves this week at
48c 120 doz. Ladies' 4 b. Embroidered Kid
Gloves this week. 48c 40 doz. b. fine Em
broidered Grav Snede Gloves, 68c, worth Jl.
220 doz. 4 b. Real French Embroidered Tan
Kid Gloves, warranted, 89c a pair, a real Jl 75
glove. Undoubtedly tbe greatest bargains ever
offered in Kid Glove), and cannot fail to boom
this department. It is our aim to give you re
liable gloves at as low prices as the so-called
job lots or seconds offered by many dealers as
real Kid Gloves.
MILLINERY All tbo early Fall Novelties
can be had in this department. New Wines.
Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Plushes, etc, inen
less variety, and at prices which cannot be undersold.
20,000 GRADUATES. Bookkeeping Shorthand,
The best accommodations. Type-Writingr, Coml Arthmetio,
The best methods. The best results Penmanship.
Send for Circulars. Address J. C. SMITH'S SON.
Night School Opens Monday, September 30.
OAI ITIOM J "- DoB' name and the price aresfempedon the bottom of al
rJ I lUIV fchoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects the
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. If your dealer does not keep the style or kind
you want, or offers you shoes withont W. L. Douglas' name and price stampetf on them, and saw
they are just as good, do not be deceived thereby, but send direct to the Factory, for you can git
wnatyou want by return mail, postage paid. Dealers make more profit on unknown shoes tSat
are not warranted by anybody; tberetore du not be induced to buy shoes that have no reputation.
Buy only those that have W. L.Dakglas' name and the price stamped on the bottom, and yon
are sure to get full value for your money. Thousands of dollars are saved annually in this coun-
trV bV the Wearers at W. I Dounllt' Skni. Tn nri1.rt.iF Km.lt .....a Y.A...w ......
m... t. t.v. t :n -".;-. v.V- r. "r."" "' """ "' .""". j """-y
fe..., .u.vwu Ul .LMVC, LWUUVU Mip IVC, J
on. auu wiuiu you wear. can nt any I
variety 01 mains, sizes and hail sizes. X gua
tlon or money refunded upon return of the shoes in cood condition.
W. U DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mm.
RIO to 514 Market'Street
and 27 Fifth avenue.
-Visitors to the Exposition are cordially In
vited to inspect our Stores. Entrances on Fifth
avenue and on Market street. se3-TT8su
TO OTJH 3STE"W
FALL DRESS GOODS.
W. L DOUGLAS
(Carl J. Plpn.
i Helena L. l.unrtstrom..
I Frederick Mrlnhardt ...
I Mifrdclcni Egermyer . .
J Bichard D. Gray
Josephine Knrzdoefer .,
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice PimMmi
fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT.'Secretarr.
xj via, Jiuuju riBlt 40 HOBTH BlVJSJt.
'FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEHV1CB.
Servla, Sept. 7,1m Bothnia, Sept.25, 5:30 X sr
Gallia, Sept. 11, 6:30A w Umbrla, SeptS,7:30AM
Etroria, Sept 14. 9 AM Servla, Oct. 5. 2:30 r M
Auranla,Scpt.21,2i30FliGillla. Oct. 9. 5:J0 A H
iuin passage, twi, lao ana iiuo: intermediate.
steerage tickets to and lrom all parts of
i-urone at very
VEKHON H. 1IKOWN CO.. General Agents.
I l.ydla Moiser ;.
i Blanche Thompson
M1.0 J H'rlln Jr Allegheny
M"T J. lUyes Allegheny
THURSDAY, SEPT. 5,
4 Howling Green. New York.
JTourth ave. and Smithfield St.. Pittsburg.
J. J. MCCOUMICK.
TVTH1TE STAB LINK
FOB QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
W m. Semple's.
.165, 167 and 169 FBDEEAL STREET.
'Adriatic SeDt. 11. 7am
Teutonic, Sept.18, noon
.Britannic, uct. z. Ham Iirltannle.
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth st.
Teutonic, Oc.16, 10:30a m
Germanic Oct. 3, 3pm
Britannic Oct. 30.10 am
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
50 and upward. Second cabin. 33 and upward,
according to steamer and location or berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorahle terms. Steerage 20.
BLOOKER'S .DUTCH COCOA.
41 Broadway, New York.
CHOICEST, PUREST, BEST.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage tWS to S50. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion S63 to S90.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Rates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., General AenU,
a Broadway, New York. .
J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg, Pi.
lihis week we present you with the very newest and most desirable
materials, specially selected from the American, French and German
looms, with our same reliable prices. Come and look round. Not nec
essary to buy.
So pieces rich Jamestown Plaids, Stripes, Mixtures and' Fancy
Weaves, 25 and 37c. These are especially handsome.
S2-inch Ladies' Cloths, extra weight, 45, 50, 65 and 75c. ,
42-inch Tricots, all colors and black, 31, 3Jj4c and up.
Side Band Suitings, all-wool and superb quality, 62, 75 and 870.
The most elegant line of Black Goods of all kinds, and superb
Silks. Prices interesting.
BLANKETS and FLAlflNELS.
Red and white all-wool Country Blankets, full size, $3 pair. Mar
velously low for quality. You should see our stock before buying.
In our next we'tell you all ab, out the attractions in our new Suit and
Cloak room, Thisjdepartment to be a grand specialty.
s a fins seamiest calf shoe, with Gondola tops and
Oak Leather bottoms. They are made in Congress,
Button and Lacs, on London Cap Toe, Narrow Cap
Toe, and Plain French Toe Lasts, in slztt from 5 to
II, including halftixet and in all widths. Ifyouhsva
been prying from $5 to $8 for shoos of this quality
do not do to longer. Onsptir will wear as long tl
two pairt of common shoes sold by deitert. lhtt art)
not warranted by the manufacturer.
Our claims for this thoo over all other S3 shoes
1st It contains bttter material.
2d. It is mora stylish, better fitting and durable.
3d. It gives batter general satisfaction. ,
4th. It costs more money to mtke.
ffh 14 9u.. nnMva n.Anau A.k ,l.a ...
" "- .. v iKuii., rw. aim . wir u ma r i,,
6th. It it told by more dealers throughout the U.S. ji
in, its great success is out to merit. ng
8th. It cannot be duplicated by any other mana-V
9th. It it the btti in the world, and hat a larger dtmand than any other S3 shoe advertised.
$5,000 will be paid to any person who will prove the above ttatemenft to be untrue. The fol
lowing ines will be found to be of the Same Quality of Exeelltnce:
CR nfl CUflP GENUINE HAND-SEWED, which takes tho place of custom-made 'shoea
3J.UU OniJE. that cost from $7 to S9.
$4- 00 SHOE THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HAND-SEWED WELT S4 SHOE. Eqi
-v - - KHSioill-lUilUU SUUC3 bUSfcUlg ladiU tffU fall fj.
3 in QHflP FOR POLlCEMEtl. Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all wear them.
vw.ww a xacics or w ax xnreaa to nnn me zeet.
$2 50 9H0E IS UNEXCELLED FOB HEAVY WEAB. Besr Calf Shoe for the- price.
WORKINGMEN'S. Is the best la tbe world for roajh wear; one pair ougatij
IU ncil ( Ulll a JCtk.li
IS EQUAL TO SHOES THAT COST FROM S3 TO 53.50. One pairwfflj
JTG4I luuvt uuu iiujr buud over ouju aft me prcc.
FOB BOYS is tbe best School Shoe in the world.
YOUTHS' SCHOOL, gires the smaUJBoys a chance, to wear the best shoes
in tbe world.
ALL MADE IN CONGRESS, BUTTON AND LACE.
W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND S2 SHOES
a Common-Same." "The J
Alto, Frtnch Opera mt
Both Ladles' Shoes aro made in sizes from 1 to 7, including half size, and B, C, D, E and EB1
. STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"Tho French Optra." "The Spanish Arch Optra," "The AmtrlcV
Medium Cimmon.Seme." All made in Builon in the Latest Stylet.
rruni bscs, vu j ?nuu snijr.
consumers sbonld remember that W. L. DOUGLAS is the largest and only Shoe Mannfaet-
nrer in me wona, suppijingsnoesairectxrom iactory, thus emne all the middle men's pronu
to the wearer. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Matt. r
FOR SuSJLTE BT
m. J. B u. m. Lana, Fnrtv-nf th and Butler streets. J. X. Froarlns. 3K Fifth arenne. D.
carter. 73 if tli avcirac. E. C. Sperber: 1328 Carson street. In AUesbeny City, by Henry Rosser.'
vn . m.. ... j.. i.v. ...... .). j. uuihujji. i. .w:ugi;r;j BUCtit. JJia.rTT3
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cared
Aomlmttering Or. names'
the knowledge of the person taklna; ltt It abso
lutely narnuess, ana wui enect a permanent ana
dy cure, whether the patient is amylcrate
It can be etren in a cup of coffee or tea without
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thonsaidt of
Drunkards bare been made temperate mm who
haTe taken todenripeelncln thclrcottrewkhoet
their knowledge ami ulay believe tber ntt
drinking; from their own tree wtU. IT H EKK
FAILS. The system once Impregnated wit the
ripecine, it becomes an nuer impossiDiniy lertn
liquor appetite to exist. Ifor tale by A. J.
Dutia ana xrenn. aTe.irj
DO X CUirU BL.. AUG.
D 1 Jteo. A. KeUrtiOJ.. a?lttiburt Xu
fena aTcflttsborr; E. Hoidei.
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LONG BRANCH, N. J,
HtcntT WAZ.TSB.Prop'n, Jso. B. ScbxossxbS
.Manager, late of Hotel Dnqueane, Plttabarj. J
ATLANTIC CUT, N. J.
On the beach, with nnsurpassed oeeawrievJI
oaii-waier cams in noose. -- r 1
& KOBEEOB & S0N3.1