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B , ieessMiiinriTTiwTiMWrrsm-s - SAYS TWAS ANOTHER Woliiiion tlio Wltnens Stand Declares ;Poilllvoly That GoorRO Koluon Fired llio Hhot THAT ENDED JOHN O'HAKA'S LIFE. Kurt HIU All Da; And Until 11 O'clock at Night In Order to (lot on With tho Cue, bnt Aftir All ST OOKb ON AGAIN Til IB HOMIKQ. ArpnttM r Itii Atteresjs Hard, led Hi ;niy UcUi up rr tin If lit. The "Weims murder ease was resumed yesterday before Judge Cplller. 'AVelrus created a seueellan by elitrsine Oeorgu Kelson with having fired the fatal allots. Miss Wright, a school girl, who was passing along Fifth areoue at the time of the shooting, law the offalr. She swore Velrns did the shooting. Bhe had atked him why he shot, nod he told her "none ol her business;" the could not he shaken in her testimony. It was quite light ou the street ut this point. Officer Mike Hauler, who arrested Weims, raid that he wore a brown hat and over coat. "When the officers caught at Weirna' hip pocket, Weims said: "I have no gun there." Hanly asked him where he bad put it and Weims answered "I did not bave any." J. N. McNulty and Edward McNulty testified to the licht in the sidewalk. Be tides the electric street light there was a large office light, and natural gas jets and a big light at the stable entrance. Mr. Wallace opened the case for the de fense, and at once put the prisoner on the stand. His testimony caused a sensation. He flatly accused' George Kelson, one of the men accused as accessory, of having fired the shots, Weims said the fight be gan between Kelson and Pressel. Borne one cried, "Hit the black cur." Kelson an swered, "Oh, I guess not." Kelson then pushed through the crowd to Weims and said to the latter, "Give me your revolver, you fool:" then, taking the weapon Kelson fired twice. Weims left, ana next saw Kelson at the Central station. He asked for his revolver, and Kelson said: "I gave it to Hains to give to his old man. Don't say a word about it." He had not talked to Kelson since. A BLUE OK BBOWlf COAT. Weims said he had on a blue coat, and pot a brown one, as Officer Haniey said. Be stoutly denied that lie bad talked to Miss Wright or any other girl after tho shooting. Alter the noon recess Weims was recalled. Ho testified that bo did not flro a shot on tho night ol the murder. Tbo quarrel started be tween Kelson and a whlto man named l'rcsscl. lie said he was In tho crowd, and bis revolvor dropped on tho pavement. Kelson crabbed it and Bred two Miots Into tbo crowd. Weims then loft the place, but returned again soon after to see It anyone bad been shot. lit tben went to Mrs. Johnston's nouso, nt 72 Logan street, whore bo was arrested, He Identified tbo revolver Detective Coulson bad found as being bin. but stated that bo hurt not used It, and maftlriiieil thai Kelson had Bred two stiois from it. On rross examination Welins positively denied that bo had told "William Johnston, another prisoner, that be, (Weims), bad done Ihn shooting. When con fronted with the testimony m tbo inyuest weims became somewhat confused, but stuck to bis story. KllaTolIivor, colored, testified that on tun night of April 0, she started out for crncolles. Ou Ilia way she mat (inrtlti Km lie. Ibey car ried Miss 'J'ollivar'a basket between them. On Million street they mot Harris, who put a re volver Into the lia.kvt and told the Kills to keep It. Miss 1 olllvor let go of this bakn . and Miss H orris took It, A short distance fui llior along they mot licorco Kelson, who asked If they bad seen Harris, They told lilm they hadn't. Miss Norrls then look the basket nnif dumped tliu levolver out of It, Witness didn't know where Miss Norrls dumped the revolver De tective Coulson found tho revolver lying at tho mouth of a sewer. Witness was positive tbn bad not testified before the Coroner thai Miss Morris bad dumped the roiolvur Into the gutter where It was found, Lottie Johnston, of 721ogan street, tostlfled that Weims went to her house on the night of the murder, between lorwand II o'clock. Iln bad on a black atiiT 1 at. Hlia idontllli d the hat "W elms) had In tbo court room as the one lie wore on that night. Also bis black overcoat and black pants. KITOItTS OF Till: DKIT..VSI1:. The defense made a strong effort to provo from tho contradictory testimony of the wit nesses In regard to Weims' hat that Kelson did the Bhoollng. A package ottered In cvldenco wax identified by Mies Johnston as tho one Weims took to her bouse on the nlclit of the murder. Witness was pnsltlvo that Wolius was not cry ing when he cauio to her house. He did not say, "I've got sumotbinc to tell you," and did not lie down on tbo lounge faco downward, with his face covered by his hands. Hhe was positive she bad not told Inspector McAleeso and Detective Coulson that Weims bad acted thus. Charles Ganse testified that Weims wore a stiff bat on the night of tho murder, but be did not know wli.it kind. Dr. J. Guy McCandleis testified that Weims had been employed by blm for six months. Their relations woro sev ered about a month before the mnrder. Wit ness could not testify to Weims' general char acter. Detective Conlson saw Weims after be was arrested. He then wore a brown stiff bat, which was somewhat larger thau the black one exhibited In court. The blaeK hat was posi tively not the one he wore when arrested. Wit ness did not recollect what kind of a bat Kel son wore, lie remembered that Weims had a brown hat on because be bad been looking for the man with the brown hat and brown coat al the murderer, and he noticed that Weims' hat was brown after be bad been arrested. Weims identified the black stiff bat and overcoat exhibited iu the court room as the ones worn by him on the night of bis arrest. Br. McCaudlcss gave him tbe overcoat about a year ago. KELSON TELLS HIS STOUT. Here the defense rested, and George Kelson Was pnt on the stand by the Commonwealth. Kelson said be did not work on that Saturday. On the night of April 6, Kelson, Frank Sey mour, Ulysses Weims, William Harris and Charles Ganso followed tbe colored Mason's parade to tbe scene of tbe murder. They went on out to Tunnel street and were disorderly and Jostling people on tbe sidewalk. He beard Weims testimony. He did not fire two shots and did not hear tbe shots fired. He first know of tbe shooting after be bad been arrested and placed in tbe Eleventh ward police station, will Johnston gave him two revolvers. One be threw into tbe yard in tb6 rear of 12B or 128 Ful ton street. He did not see O'Hara and did not know there had been a fight. Ue dtd not fight with Presscl. He threw the revolver away be cause his boarding houso mistress had told him tbe police were after htm and be did not want to bave it with him if arrested. He did not know at that time why tbe police were after biro. Ue Knew weims naa a revolver, uecause be dropped it at the li & O. depot and Kelson caw It. I William Johnston, of 70 Clark alley, cor roborated Kelson's testimony. Wbile goinc up Elm street Weims said to witness: "ISetweeu roe and you, Billy. I did that shoot ing." Johnston left Weims at Mrs. Johnston's gala and went up to Fulton street. District Attorney Johnston hero offered in ovldeuce several notes Weims had written to tbe other prisoners In the Jail In which bo mado throats ogjlnst them If they swore against blm at tbo trial. ......., Detective Fitzgerald contradicted Lottie Johnston's ovldonco. Kelson took blm to rear of 136 or 128 Fulton street, and there they found Hol'coutson corroborated his brother officer's statement. Klla Tolllver told blm where (Jtrtto Norrls had thrown the rovolrer, and tberebi found It. AJtOnMENTS AX HIOIIT. Wllllsra J. Hrennen, Esq., In tbo evening opened for the Commonwealth. Ho outlined the esse, revlowod certain discrepancies In tbo evidence, and made clear to tho Jury snmo points In Jlif testimony which seemed obsoure. Andrew Iloberisou followed for tbo defense. Ho argued In tbo lino of an accidental shooting and aked that duo mercy should bo shown bis ClLir w.ii... fallowed in the same line. snaking a masterly review of tbo entlro ev.J dense. Jloalletni'tad to eiortaralo tho pri mitr by trying to V Hew tlmt Kelien did tbo "aiwiS'ii'iUppIi ft m, Wiirle, Attorney, . II. JoliiiHiiinWHinsHPed In eloie the ems for in iiru-uriilioM. He made a (dear Miinalilnn of Ihe law as regards murder In Its different do yrfiesaml was Interrupted In a powerful art. tress in whinii ha tiemeiided a verdlet of gullly ill the Aral jlMrae. At II n'elnik the noort adjourned t II Jbls iniirninr st tfifwn'clook, and Hie Jury was looked up for the night. WILLS FILED YXIHBDAY, On al si Vina Whose Lawyer le In m Ftsuller I'usllle, The will of Martha ntewsrl was fllea In tho ll.glsler't oftlcs yesterday, Hhe leaves her en lire fts in in the children of a defeased imdlit'r.JuhiKiKllftgher, nf Willow Hprlngs, Deugloee niurity, Ku. Hhe iiamei Dr. Jlu (Iraliam, nf Dlmnont, si executor, A peculiar feature of the will li that b attorney wee one of the witness?! to the doouuioBt, mi after drawing It up end saying, at li usual Initioh cases, she wee of sound mind, he signed It, and when he presented It yesterday, ho mado era. davit that she was not of sound mind. The proceeding Is a tieeellar one, hut rosy bo made clearer when (ho ether witness files, en em Other wills were filed yesterday, that of John A, Unib.rg.r, of Klisabotb township, who leaves a small property to his farullyi iCIIen Cornelius, of JSeville Island, who bequeathes oar property to her children, and thai of Uabral Welsser, of the Tenth ward, who leaves all to his wife. BUED BY A MUTE IKBPE0T0B For Not Employing ,1'lt and Fir Bosses, According lo Law, Francis Mankedlck, a oil operator of Mc Donald elation, on tbe Panhandle Railroad, was tried In tbe Criminal Court, yesterday, be fore Jtldgo Blagle.on a charge of misdemeanor, In neglecting to employ pit and fire bosses In blsmino. Tbe prosecutor was Mine Inspector Wick. Tbe testimony went to show that 75 men worked in the mine, and that at times no bosses, as required by law, were employed, to the great danger of the miners. Tbe defense tried to show bow hard It was to get bosses, owing to tbe rigid examination such men had to undergo, which made tbemvery scarce. They also proved having had them at times, but not continuously, for that reason. Tbe Jury was still out when oourt adjourned. To-Day'a Trial List. Criminai. Coukt Commonwealth vs. Gilbert Welse, Hannah Crita, Orlando Bell, Joseph BanUgo (2), William Rickey, J. B. Corey, llouert inumpson, .uenry muuiuii, Andrew Warner, George wiuis. William Ludgate 12), L. M. Schreiber, J. C. Childress. Minor Court Items. George Hubert entered suit for dlvoree yesterday against bis wife, Nellie, alleging im moral practice since their marriaco In March, 18S9. Ix the Criminal Court yesterday Thomas Hackett was acquitted on a charge of aggra vated assault and battery. Edward Mangus was also acquitted on a like charge, and Charles Stoops pleaded guiltv to a charge of larceny. William Schmidt is on trial on a charge of en tering a nuilding and receiving stolen goods. Richard Falk, a defendant in the United Btates Court at Erie, presented a petition yes terday asking for subpeeuas for four witnesses in bis behalf who live in Northumberland county. Ho avers that he is too poor to pay their fees. Falk is charged with nsingtbe malls to advance tho sale of counterfeit money. Weakly infants, the mother's care and solicitude, are made strong by Mellin's Pood. It is rich in muscle and bone-forming constituents in the form which is adapted to their digestive powers. The Select 330 of Allegheny Couoly Arc congratulating themselves upon being members of the Everelt Piano Club, and they certainly are favored by llama Fortune. Wo understand the club list is corapleto nnd no more will bo admitted. Those who nr fortunato enough to hold ecrtlflcutos of membership will scruro one of thoso elegant upright grand Kvcrrlt pianos for $360, which ore now selling lortt'JS, Tho same reduction In price is secured by members on nil tho rnrlous stvlcs. Those botiulllul enses, artistically carved In bits relict, wortli ?500, tho members will get et M00. Hhica closing tho list tho man ngerliita bceu overwhelmed with applica tions, and for the accnmmodetlnii of these lies secured n oarloed of pianos lu addition In the 3S0 for the rlub. While those lost, tho reduction obtained by the club aontraot can be smiurod by cash or sliort-tlmo buyers only. 1'urclmsers should call at once, hi these will only last a few days. Mrs. L. 0. Fisher, of California avenue, Allegheny, receives the club piano this week on certificate No. S3. Address, or call on Ar.i:x Hosi, Manager, 137 Federal street, Allegheny, l'a. lOCenlen Ynrd-Nesv Flat Fold IlucbloBS. Tourist ruchlngs, 0 yards in box, ot IS cents, lis, 95 nnd HO cents. Lace edge ruchlngs nt 12, IB cents and 25 cents; ciioico styles, at ruchlng counter, Jos. nouNis & Co.'s l'enn Avenuo Stores. One Thousand Dollnre Forfeit if I fail to Drove Kloraplexion tbe best medicino for liver complaint, dyspep sia, nervous debility, biliousness, consump tion. It cures where all other remedies fail. Ask your druggist for it. Sample bottlosent free. Fbanklht Haht, New York. Mwrsu To-Dny Handkerchief. Hale Faro Linen Hemstitched at Vii Cents, And 100 styles, embroidered, at 2.1c. Job. Hobkb & Oo.'s Fenn Avenue Stores. D. obB. Dags, flafrs, in small and medium sizes, in eood quality, at low prices, each one with iron brackets and screws to attach to the house. Boggs & Buhl. Doya' Flannel Dloaso Wnlsts $1 Each, Star make, usual price tl SO; in men's goods department ' JOS. HOENE & CO.'S, Fenn Avenue Stores. Ilnvai Nothing- 10 Regret, But have your children photographed by Hendricks & Co., popular photographers, No. 68 Federal st, Allegheny. Good cab inets f 1 a dozen. uwpsu To-Day Lndlei' London Sblrts Only 81. And other bargains in fancy silk and flannel waists. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s Fenn Avenue Stores. D. &B. 100 pieces new cream wool challies beantilul styles at 25 cts. 1 BOQGS & BUHI. Onr noalery Deportment Fall of Bnraalna. Fine eotton at 20c, 25o and 35c a pair; fancy lisle at 50c. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s, Fenn Avenue Stores Grand Mid-Summer DOUGLAS & MACKiE, Felly alive to the fact that It li very much healthier to be busy than going around dreaming, durlnc tbe heated term, have ransaokea every department from top to bottom ot their Immense stores, and concluded that evemhlneuertalnlniclo summer wear tnuit fo,no matter wnatthe loss. ALU AI.U MUST OU, AND lllATQUUJKJiY, TOO. Now, we haven't time to enumerate prleee, but If yeu wish to reyel and participate In one ol the most Qlitentlo Out-Down Price, Fresh, Heasonablo, Dryeoods bales, over inaugurated here or anywhere oise. OUll ADVIOB Iti OU OAN'X COME 00 BOON. 151, 153 and 155 FEDERAL ST., AT.T.TOHENY. INSURING CHILDREN, Tho Allied llnmene deelrllee Mat Pollew he lliiillsh IVnr of Aliellslilim miIi I'lnne Aliegeiher-A Denmed for Addle itpnetl Wateriest I'leees for llari's. Home dlsouMlnn wm nlio Indulged In bjr lln JlummiirJpelely nireeiors yesterday on Die reenlil of a olretilar (torn the lloyel Ho. piety for the l'rowUon of Cruelly, of Lon. dot). KngUnd, nu tlio question of eliltd III sureties, The dlfeetofe agreed tliet III ijucslUn wan a highly Important one, and will ue to It that the pluolng ft I Imuranoe on tlit llvei of children for the benefit of Hit tiorsoui effected by the Insurance la not abused, Tin dirrotori propatt to make !me luovt In Hit near future that will put a check on fraudulent eeiei of I it oIbm ol life Insursnes, In England a bll li I'tndlng in l'erliainent abolishing ttieiyiteia entirely, enriltliiKi.stlile that the allied ,nniNinM6 eletlei of America may follow the lead of their English brethren and attend to tho preparation of a similar enactment In thlieounlry. Inf meantime, the society's egents will flarefully investigate ell easei of ehlld IninrAneo thrt nave tbe least lemblence of Irregnlanty on tnt part of persons effecting the Inmrsnee, nine the beginning of the optual hestert term, tbe Humane Huelety has been deluged with complaints that there is a woful lapU of drinking plaoes for horses In this olty, and ask. Ing thaftha soelsty do something for the bene fit of the poor work horses. President Eaton was Informed by tbe water department that there are now 13 places in operation In the entlro city where anlmale can get a drink or water. Mr. Eaton wee Informed that 12 more will be erected during tbe summer, but when, no ono knows. The society believes that a less number than SO such places is inadequate to tbe needs of tbe city and urge all persons, wbo can do so, to provide a public drinking fountain. Heeretary Davidson reported tbe following contributions: Marshall, Kennedy s Co., (35: Charles K. Bpeer, 810; cash "U.," 10j M. Oppen. beiutor, (5; James T. Lindsay, K( JohuFarrell, 6; Robert Morrow, tia DBIVDIG FEW HUSBAND BALD. A Wife Aceesed of Conilnually Mlstreatlos; JJer Detter Half. A complaint was made at tbo office of the Antl-Crucltj Society, yesterday afternoon, that the wife of John Miller, of Arlington avenue, Twenty-seventh ward, was making life a bur den to himself and family. Mr. Miller is an .mninv. of Jones &. Laughllns' mill, and does not reach home until late at nigbt, but when be does arrivn It is alleged that bis wife caresses bis "ray hairs in a manner that threatens to precipitate baldness. She does not provide him with his meals, it Is charged, and refuses to permit her daughters to do so. Superintendent Dean will investigate the matter to-day A Specific for Heart Dlsense. Dr. Flint's Remedy removes tbe danger of sudden death trom heart disease, and cures long standing cases of disease of the heart, bringing back health and strength. Descrip tive treatise with each bottle. At all drug gists, or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. WWF To-Dnj Hosiery Sale Ladles' nnd Chll dren'a Blockings. Cotton, lisle thread and silk surprisingly low prices. Jos. Hoekk&Co.s Penn Avenue Stores. The ebove Is e fae-slmlle ef the esn In which the belt, purest end molt populir Blklea Powder of the present dsyeomol, AhIc Your Orocior For It. The Pure Baking Powder Co., ALBANY, N. V. jylMl-w Month of July, If there's any sand firm enough to hold it up, common clbthing'll have to find it this month. Expect a loud hue and cry over prices. Expect shop windows full of fabulous reductions. vvc ram put. Wanamaker clothing on a par with that sort. Its prices all along have been based on solid value in it. It's too re liable to cut and run. It hasn't been how much will it bring ? Our rule is As low as it can be. We'll go ahead by that rule. Where lots are broken and not to be held, prices are low ered, and dollars to be saved to you. Great quantities of and low prices for Thin Goods. Tailoring to order well done: 2,000 styles of goods. Wanamaker 8c Brown, Cor. Sixth St. and Fenu A?e. JyH-s Mark-Down Sale W-icirr HE" HTTSBUIiG DISPATCH, NEW AUVMKTIWEilfBWTK SCRATCHED 28 YEARS A Billy, llehlni, Shin Dlime, With End lill lefterlngi Cured by 0m IIihm Himsdlei, If t hid knewn ef Ilia (JitioihA IIrhauibi twentrelht reef ego, It would hsreisrel tits iotj ogsniien Immense amount or smrsrlinr, Mr nlmne (nmrlstli) eemineneeil en my ni,t pet nui uner man e eaiiti it sprsm rililuiy ill over mrwo'Jr. ami eot ui my eslk 'ilie sesUe w, drop oir ut me sif Hie t nair it tue i rferluf i wen e smi my iHireriuf wis em indwrilinutrellsr. One! isitd tiullnrs wenlil not itiept me le hivn title) dlteite eysr hie is nivn nils dlteite oyer1 egeln. fain a poor linn, liui leel rleh hi he relieved of what snineof Hie deetori is Id wei eprpsy, euine riuiweriii,jise Idili. ele. I cstinol AfAu lbs I.'IITIIIIHA ItKMKIIIlIa ton nieell. 'J hey hive mane my shin ei elssr and free lrciii seslei si a baliyfe. .All I used e( them was th worth. If yon Hill ,11 7,-ita ar nshit 1 ruo inv a in sitr&iph onoe tn a while, but to no nurnoMe. sm all well. I eeretched tweety-elclit years, and it eot to be a kind of seeenu nature to me. I tb.nV yggjteo, vy.terbery, VI. Cuticura Resolvent The new Blood and Kkln Purifier, Internslly (to cleanse the blood of all Impurities and poisonous elements), and CCTICCHA, alias Ureat HVn Cure, and (JUT1CUJU Hoap, an exquisite Hkln lleautl fler, externally (to clear the skin and scalp, and restore tbe hair), Instantly relieve and speedily cure every species o( Itching, burning, scaly, crusted, pimply, scrofulous aad hereduary dis eases ana humors or the skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair, from Infancy to age, from pim ples to scrofula. Bold everywhere. Price, CtrricnnA, oOetSoAr, ate: JtEHOi.VKNT, II. Frepared by tbe i'oTTSR Dnuo amd Chemical Coki-obatioh, Boston. B-Send for "Hew to Cure Skin Diseases, "M pages, SO Illustrations and 100 testimonials. DIUPr.ES, black-heads, red, rouah.chappedand rllTl oily skin prevented by Ccticuba tjoxr. ACHING SIDES AND BACK, nip, aianey, ana utenno pains ana weaknesses relieved in one minute by the CUT1CDRA ANTI-PAtM i'LABTIB. 'the first and only Instantaneous pain killing plaster. ws Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses; will fit any nose with ease and comfort. Tho largest and best stock of Optical Instruments and Artificial Eyes. KOBNBLUM, Theoretical and Practical Optioian. No 60 Fifth avenue, near Wood street. TeleDhone No. 1686. de2S-S W "VP ra "iJsMA i nil wene nsre rhh sih whmiw iii eyrsn 1115 or r;ug fA, yon would neve had the meeev, I eokert Mke the tileture (No, 3, pse In your look, "ifowto Cure Hkln Diseases,)) hut nuw t ,ni as elear as any person ever wis, Throueh n-r lishlt 1 rub inv hands over iiiysrmssnii stsr aMWPStiCirBfcS WAT (nffjHiKTHsjL 'jggjdp irrM - t fk, Mf j no a ss fb - T j rf. Am. jj S5s. as. -. . i ay b ftjvjN re. likeSDTjirDThey-washe ""Vhemselves to ibrJhl-er.,SA yofe g"!W3e5r lJltaJ iZA afiCfvncjeUSO r;qf ag wi-kisftrun THE OLD RUT ana old mothoflfl aro not tho casiost by far. Many poonlo trftvol thorn bocauso thoy bayo not tried tho bettor way. It in rt roliof from a eort of Blavory to brenlc way from old-frtBhionotl mothods nnd ndopt tho laboMftvinc ond fltrrgth-Bpnrinff Invontiono of modern timoB. Oct out of old myfl ond int ;now vayfl by using a calw of SAPOLIO in your liousoTjloanings I AIRD'R WHOLESALE Summer The success of our bargain sales assures us of the appreciation of the Public regarding our efforts to please them in prices. For the Present Week We Will Ladies' ln Oxfords and Button Shoes, 75c, $1 and $1 25. Ladies' Fine French Dongola Button Shoes, $1 48, $1 g8 and $2 18. Ladies' Extra Fine Dongolas, $2 48. Men's and Boys' Fine Calf Shoes, remaining from the Fire Sale, at HALF PRICE. Missees' and Children's Shoes cut down under the lowest prices heretofore quoted. fSAVE YOUR DOLLARS BY W. M. LAIRD, ' MAMMOTH BAIUMIH SHOE STORES, 433 WOOD and 406, 408, 410 MARKET STREET WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, H8W AbrBHTINKMBNTSs ALLEGHENY, TWO DAVM OHItf, IIONPAVADTJ5HDArtJUYiWANO, BXPOMtTtoW I'AltlC, DARNUM & BAILEY'S IMREKIRALFY'SNERO, DMBi WvtoHQ, Wfiii'HTAQIW, r.rd HllTOiJitoMis aMENAOKIUE TBNTbHM FmVWHQ. MU'EUMTBrfA.BNLBDOKMettL,U8IONB 100 Alien, 100 Performers, 400 Dineeri. 1,200 Faoplo in (bo Performances. IMRE KIRALFY'S NERO, OR THE DESTRUCTION OF HOME, tl. m.,.4 Mannlfleant bnectaelo on Eerth. Dancing Girls. 1'rlests, Soothsayers, Gladiators, Soldiers, obles.Senators. Warriors. etc..etc. DARING CHARIOT RACES. STANDING RACES AND ROMAN COMBATS. FIGHTING ON FOOT AND HORSEBACK. GRAND REALISTIC ROMAN TABLEAUX. Actually L20O People on a Stage 150 feet lone. Just as it was presented before THE ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN. The Finest Seenery end Costumes on Earth. Clowns, Aerialists, Speciallits, Japanese Acrobats, Athletes, Sports, Games. Con- tests. Rivalries, Pastimes and Feats, Circus, Hippodrome, Menageries, Museums, Aquarium. Two Monster Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 P. M, Doors open an hour earlier. Admission to All 50 Cents. Children Under 9 Years, 25 Cents. GREAT NEW STREET PARADE, With a mile of costly objects, rain or shine, at 8 A. M. on day of show. Reserved numbered seats for sale at the ree nter Drlce, and admission tickets at tho usual 8T WEILER'S R.R. TICKET OFFICE. a. 67 Fifth avenue. Cheap popular excursions on all railroads. JylO-03-WFSU m&kehe world POLIO is Mi j SHOES! AND RETAIL Slaughter. Continue Our Popular Programme. AN EARLY PURCHASE FROM Groatost Show on Earth, on the ueiiiiuoTiOrr or III mmwm$tmF4 T1IKffl, nr.VMiiA llAi.tf Mli swS&BSIs 2rsa tViii TjS" enrfce.T ii'sWsi li ' i 1800, -lv- KBW ADVBUTIBBMBNTrJ. GAEPETS, WALL '.'PAPER! IN ALL STYLES, QUALITIES AND COLORS, It will pay you to boo our stook, Wo can save you money, so don't put lb off. One hundred pair hetndsomo Chenille Portieres at 5 Q ft pair. Coma and see thorn. Don't mlBB this great bargain. Geo.W.Snaman, 136 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, je8-US-MW7 KEECH'S HOUSEFURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. Everything offered at re duced prices, on ac count of rebuilding and enlarging. CASH OR CREDIT. KEECH'S, 923 and 025 PEM AYE,, Noar Ninth Btroot. Jvi'MWir nomiY's oiNOr.it ale- Tho molt refreshing summer beverage. OKO. K. HTEVENHON A CO., lelO-MWr Importers, Hlatli avenue. PATENTS. O. V. LKVIH, Holleltor nf Tatente. 131 Fifth avenue, above Hinttlifleld, next Leader olllaa, (No delay.) Established 1W years, miaoo ItKNOIlTN. 1JEFORE LEAVING TOWN, Bend your silverware and valuabtos of all kinds to FIDELITY TITLE 4 TIIUHT OOI HAKE DEI'OHIT VAULTd, 121 and 123 Fourth avo. J10-B1 rpilE Oil liF0NTE, ATLANTIC C1TY. X On the beach, North Carolina avo.i unob. struoted ocean vlewi ealt water bathe In the housei elevator! now open. fiUlV" li IIOHEHTB & HONH. QTATIONKHY-OALLINU OAHDB. TOUT O FOLIOB. fountain fens, lap tablets, chats, lalno bags, rlno drinking cups anu rlasksi all requisites for comfort or trajrollnc: a i nlrs i as. sortment of now goods at JOH. EICllUAUM A CO.'H, 48 Fifth ave, nttsburg. Jeai-fla S' TOOKTON HOTEf- . ItEMODELED AND itEFUItNISHED. fV A ItW Ml V M I Cuisine and appointments of tho blaliest order. ut IPRNH JITNK 80. je20-31 V. THJSO. WAJjIOC, rrop. U ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Tho coolest point on tbo island, facing Inlet and ocean. Accommodation, SOO guests. Hu perlor tablo. For circular address JV8-42-I) 11. HAMILTON. HE WINDSOR, CAPE MAlf, N. J. Open June li. Directly on tbo beacn. location unsurpassed. V.-V. GREEN, Je3-63-D Proprietor. rjiHE ARLINGTON, 1 OCEAN GROVE, N.J. Accommodations ana appointments first, class. Services tbo best. Accommodates Sad Will open May 1. 1891 mh5)-D VVM. V. DOLBEY, Prop. THE HHELBURNE, Atlantic City, N. J, Remains open throughout the year. Every convenience, including passenger elevator and hot soa water baths. t,t.t,. mylS-15-D A. a ROBERTS. HOTEL fcAFAYKTf E, CAPE MAY, N. J. Near the President's summer home, xbe finest beach in tbe world. Immediately op posite the new Iron Pier: owned by same man agement. Accommodations for S00 guests jelft-n JAMES A HTEFFNEK. BEDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS, BEDFORD, PENNA , in tbe Allegheny Moun wins. Scenery unsur passed. As a curative agent the water has no equal. All amusements. Hotel cnlarzeu. Im proved and newly furnished. Open till October. - , . m T Tl Tr,TV Manaff.P. lJO-tU U.U...W..-. -B". CAMBRIDGE, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Ocean front. $2 0 and S3 00 per day. All modern conveniences. Cuisine of the best. BAMUEL H. LEWIS. Prop. V. E. COCHRAN, Manager. JyS-MWJ- OCEAN VIEW HOTEL, BLOCK ISLAND. R. I.. 15 miles at sea, now open. Steamboats daily to and from NEW LONDON, NEWPORT and PROVIDENCE. Telegraphic communication. For circulars, etc., address CUNDALL A BALL. myl9-lll-MWr Managers. THE MANSION, ATLANTICCITY, N. J. Enlarged. Itemodolod. B'0'n'H.e4r?rX,a'r! Orchestra from Juno to October. ,?' pointed Cafe and lllillard Room. tochee to andfromdepoteaudto beach during bathlns hours. Open All the Year. lofrffl OirAftT.EH MoOLADE, ItAII.UOADn. 1 BilininorTlineTalile. Oa anilafter Marc" jo, rem. mull rurtliur nottri. trains will runas follows on every day, ewt Sunder. sjern ftena timet Leaving tMltsliunt-siW e. 'a.,Iiwe.in.. i. in". HiaTa. in., li) I', n.. " siwa.m, Wt, III.. 11IW a. 111., IISWIH 111;. ""-I" m suu p- RnJjJ!uji lMJt: TaSTrf : m lliWp.m. A ,, liWa. m., foiMs. m.. HOOPlIUm a,2 p'ioIU s. in stain, m.. Biiuo. m.. siw v ('. vi' j - nf. MHn.l.-V..ln. U.TllIX l'ltllDUrS W .- I lliw p. m..JiJ0 p. m7,li P.mi l."1""" "i Arlinitton-lilOi.m,; E;,J?fj m,l 5" 1 p, m., elWp. n 00i 3tfK JAUNi HUP"- HKW AnVKnTWK.TIKMTrl. . Isfll jerO T VlVeV I li XrVWlW 7L-eaTLtfeW ft. ill 4raLiNSCrD 1 iBfxUistiaVfanf-Vvl 0 J iSv MmMi&lEu l July in, "Whon cloud nro icon, wiio men put on tholr cloaki." Shak. And. tho bnrd mlsht have added, oonle put money In their purees and make a bee line for the store. The .arllee. it must be confesaad. have more discretion in such matters than E "busy man.v They at least never Kaufmanns offer such grand values here they are. Read them and be convinced. 200 LADIES' FINE WRAPPERS AT $1 19. They are made of good French Gingham, come in the latest styles, all different patterns, wash well, wear well and fit well. I75N LADIES' HANDSOME TEA GOWNS AT $2 39 They are made in the popular combination styles (plain fronts), come in a big variety of French Sateens, and are truly beautiful. 70 LADIESTRENCH SATEEN DRESSES AT $598 Their style, make and fit will please the most particular lady, while the materials and patterns leave nothing to be desired. They also have full sleeves with cuffs. I2Q Ladies' Fine French Gingham Dresses at $4 69 Both skirt and Waist being lace trimmed. Excellent Wash Dresses al ways look neat, clean and tidy. 350 LADIES' SILK BLOUSES AT $1 49. This is an unprecedented! good offer. Some of the goods are al silk others silk striped. Don't fail to see this bargain. 1 a1 1 liar We'd like to have as many hundreds as we have thousands, To reduce our stock is our main object. Here's how the thing affects you. JeTakc any Cap at half price. KAUFMANNS Fifth Avenue and IIAII.KOAim. 1 aft.r June e. Jauts. trains l.ar; Union (nation, 1'lttsburg, a) rollows. Kast.rn BtamlarU Wm" MAIMMNr. KAbTWAUH... few York and ClilesxoLimltsd of I'nilmsn Ve. tlbulsdallyat7il6a.in. Atlantic Espmss dally for tti; Kast. JiM a. m. Mall train, dally. sxceptBuudar, 4iJ0a.m. Sun dav, mail, i(0 a, in. l)sy szprtisdsllrat liOOa. m. tlall.xprcssilsllratliOOp.nl, . riillsdelpllla expr.s. dallr at 4M p. m. JCaslern axpr.ss itallr at 7iI4 p. in. rastLlnedallratSifap. m. tlracnsburiraspressSiiup. m. weskdar. Dcrrr express llioo a. m. wtslt days. All tfirouKh trains connect at Jers.y City wltli boats or "llrooklvn Annox" rorllrook Ijrn, N. V., ayobllnft double f.rrlase and Journey through -N. Crcsson and Kbensbnn special, !:&5p. m., Sat urdays only, '1 rains arrive at Union Station as rollowsi St. I.ouls, ijnioaeo ana Clneinnau express. dallr,.,,,.,,., llsll Train, daily , 2iMs.m ... Siiop. in. ... 7;Ma. m. ,,,12i4Sp. m. ... eijup. ro. nesiern express, aany 1'acllle Kxpress. dally Chlcajco Limited Express, dally... lfastUne, dally H:Mp. IB. nournwii.HrfENN kailwaj. For Unlontown. oi.O sml a:Ua. m. and il5 p. m., without cbanre ot ears: :)p. m connect ing at Ureeusbnrsr. Weclc days, trains arrive ftwra UuiontownateiUam.. JfiMt eul and SilO n. to. WKOT l'ENN9Tft.VANlA i)IVI310X. Krom FEUKKAi. !. SfAHON. Allexnenr Oty. tlall train, connectlnr for jllalrsrllle... e:S5a.m. lLxoress. lorlllairsTllle. eopnecttnrfor hutler J:"P. "J- llutler Accom fl:3)a.m.. S:7iand 6:i5p. m. hprlnidaleAccom:00,ll:S0a.m.3:30aod 6:fflp. m. Kreeport Accom 4itJ, 7:V)and H:en. n- On Bandar 12:Uanil s30p. nu Worth Apollo Accom lt:00a. m. and SMp .nu Allegheny Junction Accommodation. .. SSI) m. lilalrsTllle Accommodation !S:32.P,Vra' Trains arrive at FEUEKA I, STKEET 3TAT10 i Express, connectuiR- from Butler 10:32a. m. Jlall Train connecting: from llutler. 1:33p.m. liutler Express 7!59I, " llutler Accom 9:10a. m..4:-Wp. m. lilalrsTllle Accommodation ':S?P' " Freeport Accom.7:iOa. m., 1:M,7:55 and 11:10 p. m On Sunday 10:10 a. m. anrt6:Mp. m. Bprlngdale Accom. 6:37, lOtiSa. m., 3:L SMiD.m. Worth Apollo Accom 8:40 a. ro. and 3:40 p. m. MO.NONUAHKl.A DIVISION. Trains leavs Union station, l'ltuoura-. as rov- For Monongahela City, West Brownsville i and Uniontown, lUMOa.m. For Monongahela City ana West Brownsville. 7:55 and 10:40 a. m. and4:5i p. m. On Sundar 8:55 a m and 1:01 p. r.JL Monongahela City, 1:01 and SiSOp. m.. week days. Uravosnurg Ac. week days. a m and S:3) p. ra. West KUzabetli Acco.nmodatlon. 8.3o a. m.. 4.1 S:30andll:iap. m. 3undT. 9:40 p. ra. Ticket omc'-5mjmltlilleld st.. U0 Firth ave,, and Union station. .,,,. General Manager. Oen'lFass'r Agent. BAiiTlMOBE ANU OHIO KAILKOAU. Bcbedule In effect May II, 1S90i For Washington, V. C Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, 8i00 a. m. and v:ai p. m. For Cumberland, 8:00a, m., jl:lo, "J 20 p. ra. i'or ConnellsTllle, M:40, 8:00 and t'lrt'. a. m tlilu, 14:09 and 9:20 p. m. For Unlontown, M:40. turn, S9:3J a. m., Utuanit t4:un. m. For Mt. Piessant. t8:40a mand Mi.n. and jliio and ?4:00p. ro. For Wasnlogton, Fa,. 1 06and,s:30, JJ.3Ja.in,, 1,Jii3u and lifii, bj. For Wheeling, 7iuS,S3i30, iK a. m., "3:33, -7IH PFortTnnnnaUand Bt. Louis, TiOS a, m., 7iO p. m. For Columbus, fios a. a., 7i43p. m. ForN.wsrk. 7:03, a. mH 7l4p. m. For Chicago, ntMa m. and 141 p. a. Trains arrive from New York, l'liiladelphl. tlaltlimiro and Washington. 0i2u a. m P jn. From Cnliimlius, Cincinnati and Chlcn. siJa. tti., bum ii, in. From Wbssllng. si loiw a. m tlioo, 4iw, lion j p. in. .,, inrougli parlor nnd sleeping cars to llaiumore, Waslilnelon. Cincinnati and Chicago. ....,. Mlally. tllally exespt Sunday. fa.S. ui The l'lltsburg Transfer Company will call wt and check baggage from hotels and resld.ncsj and check baggage frem hotels ana '"""", uponerd.rsl.rtat II. O. ticket ffflee, eornef Firth ave. and Woodst., or 401 end b Builtnasw street. J.T. O'UKLU C11AB. O. 8CULU tl.n. t'ass. Ageut. uen.rai iianagar, il'ITHIIUKU ANI1 WFTEItN ItAILWAY Trains (CtMBtan dtiirn) Lear., j Arrive. Mall, llnllrr, CI-ir..ii. Knnc. pay Eg., Akron, Toledo,,..... Iluller Accommodation....... Chicago Express (dallr) Zelienople Aceem.... eivi a nu 411 p in 7i:o a m 7rZl p in tioo a m lliio m 2t.ni p milOi a m site 6 m tiso a m ii b ml ei3oa m iiutier Aeeom. iiieifietfawaw'iwlinttiHSi 80. JfttUaun UBllet lliepiaa w w vk-. Salin AKUS, atz-rttwi 1800, whon UnrRalns are offcrod, win fail to put in an appearance when as they will during this week. But Juarvv-jzi. axLd. Lace h:.a.ts.a.:n":d c-s JSTPrlccs from 7 cents up. Smithfleld Street. SV nlll.k..a. Ilasleia ft I all Hal. . r rim rillUHr) eessims ..- IfBnnsiilvanlakinBsJ Trsles Rue by Ceetrel Time. HOU'rTlWKIlTBYBlEM-rA.NIIAWIil.r-iiuuiE. I.eav for Cluclniiall and nt, Loulj. d 1:14a. in., d 7ii0 a. ni.,dsiMandd IlilJp.ui. liennlson, 3:d p. m. Clilcago, d HI a. m. and liio p. in. Wheeling. 7nu a. m.. i:io. euop.m iu vlllu, Siiia. m. Waslilngtun. eiie, siJJa. m 1:34, ItuCtm, 4:15 p. m. Ilulger. lOUOa. in. Ilurgstts town, 11:43 a. m :ii p, ui.Mansfl.lil.lila, S:3U 11.00 a, m., liaS, SIJO, d Sl33. llrldKinlllu. 10U p. in. MoUonalds. d 4113, 10:43 D. in., a tu:uu '''TliAtxe Annnrgfrom the West, d JiH deiOOa. m 3:03, il 3:3.1 p. m. liennlson, :J0 a. m. ntsu. lienvlll". '3p. m. Wheeling, 2:1 Si 41 a. in.. 1:05, 3:35 p, m, llurgetlstown. 7U3 a. ro,, li t.M a. in. Washington. 0:53, 7i30. S.40, 10:3 a. m 2:33, tiVp. in. MinsOeld, 8:3a, SiSJ, :30. 1H40 a. m 12H3; SiS5. loioo and H8i20p. in. Bulger, lie) p. m. Mcllonalds, d SlI3 a. m., d :00 p. m. NOItTHWEST8YbTEM-irr. WAYNE ItOUTK.--Leavo lor Chicago, d 7n a. m., 1-V "i'S1 d vlil'e, Erie and Asluabula. 7I.0 a. m.. 12:M p. m.: Nlles and Jamestown. S:3o p. m.; Alliance. 4i 10 VM.tn t.,,,l f.m.: Wheeling ami uciiaire, siw .. :43p.m.t Bearer Falls, 4.00 p. m. I Hock i'olnt, SS:J0a m.: Leetsdale. 3:30 a. m. UKPABTrBOM ALLXHHiuiY-llochester, i30 a. ro.: Beaver Falls, 8:13.11:00 a. m5: p.m.: Enon, 3.00 p. m.: Leetsdale, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:43 a, m- 1:15, J:aa 4:30, 4:43, 8:3d, 8:15. 7:J0, 9:00 p. m.: Coa way. i5s3 pTm.: FalrOaksS 11:40a. m.;Beaver Falls, S 4:S0 p. m. : Leetsdale. 8 S:30 p. m. 'HtAras AKBIVE tjnioii station from Chicago, ex cept Monday. 1:50, d 8:00, d 8:33 a. m., d Jiand d:60n.m.: Toledo, except Monday, 1:30. d 8:35 a. Si! S&S and 6w0 p. ro.: Crestline, 12:30 p. m.; Youngstown and New castle, siws. m , iiis, : CT,"" .VT .i.m.;towVr. fiiio - m.' Bearer Fall. ,.h,.i.l. 1. 10:IJn. 7:30 a. m.: Kock Volnt, S 8i2i p. m.: Leetsdale, JAniuvi:" Allioiiknt, from Enon, s.oo a. m.t Conwar 6.40..m:Kochester,.40i.m.!Ter alls. 7 ioa m. l:CO. 5.30 p. m.: Leetsdale, 4.30,5.30. 6.1 !W W i. ".o5 12.43. 1.43. 3.30 4.30. 8.10. 9. CO n.m.: Fair Oaks. 3 8.55 a.m.: Beaver tails. 3 12.300. m.: Leetsdale, S 6.03 p. au: Kock I'olnt, Sd;'daiiyt3. Sundar only; other trains, except Sundar. P1TTSBUKO ANU LAKE KKIE ; KA1LKOAU COilfANY. achedule In effect MJ lsso. Central time. UarAKT-For CleTelana, 455: "8:COa. m.. 'l-Ii. M -9: p.m. tor Cln- ro '1:3a. 'HM. -; y. "---.--"-r:. AKiuvi-From Cleveland. f:2r a. m.. 12:33. sJXrr-Si, m. from Cincinnati. Chlcao and St. B45. i : P m'.ft,.S, n,nn.m. S'mm imir.ln .a liuis,e km '12:30. 9:M p- - ro aaiammnca, -x:x, tzVi" VrnrnTonnastown and New Castle. (.firo-sw. "" j..r ;:,- . - :.t J.SL'Sii.aB . m.. 'KiJO, 5:41, MSiiO p. m. From B;re7al. a. m, -12:3 p C Y. trains Vor Mansfield. 4:55, 7i40a.o j.V'siip. m- For Essen and Beecbmont, 4:55, 740 a.' in.. 1:20 p.m. "S it Y. tram, from Mansfleld. 6:17, 7:11, Ill's) a. m.. 8:45 p. m. From Beecbmont, 7:12, li'SO a. m., 3t4'.p.m. it. VcK.AY. B. B.-UiraT-ror New Hv. ven, ! 17:10a. m., '3:ip. m. For WestNew. ton. 5:30. V . 9:2. a. m.. 3n, 8:11 p. m. ABiuris From New listen, "si'fl a. tn Itill 8:11 p.m. From West Newton, 6:13, "8:00 s. m., l:2 14:l.i. tils p. m. For Mclwrrspurt, Elisabeth, Monongahela Cltr and Belle Vernon, sil 1'i3 li!J a. to.. Vku, 'From It.lle Vernon. Monongahela City. Elliv hell) and MoKe.sport, 7HO, UiWa. m., L'lJi. (.ou. IliMp. m. . . . Daily. ISumlays only. CltrTickstofflc masralthnsld street. ALI.KU1IRNY VALLEY ItAlLKOAIl Tralnsleavr Union station (taslern stand ard ttm.)l Foxhurg An,, fliM a, m.t Niagara Ex., dallr. im a. m.i Kittannlng Ac. :' a. in. i lliilton Ae., Wiio a. m.i Vall.r temp Ac. IS; p. m.t till Hty and liuliols Es press, li p. m.i llnllun Ac. Siiu P. i:i Klllnnnlng Ar.. i!A p. m.' Valley 'ani K.. p. in.: KIlLinnliig Ae , tiani). m.i llriHiurii Ac, ti9ii. hi. I Million Ac, 7i30 p. m.t llnOal" f.Sj. dally. s:n, m.t lluitun Ac. 0:H p. m.i llr burn Ac. llUon. ni. Church traliis-llraehurn. I2i4i) p. m. and 4i40 p. m. i'nilmsn lir"".!1 Car oa day trains, and I'ullman BlePlBJLt-'0, nlgbt trains between I'ittsbnrg. Uts ,,iu.uij qua and lluttalo. J AH. 1". ANUISItaO.N, O.T. Alt, UAY1U MCCAUUO, Uen, bupt. SI43, except naturuay iiijj p.m.i i "" md 12:20. d llOO, andexceptHaturday liWn.mjt Crestllne.5:4Ja.m., Clev.land.euoe ro.:l2:43d ltiOd p. m.. and 7H0a. m.. via 1'.. FL W. AC-Ily.jNeir tastlo and xoungstown. 7i! a. in.. Ui :lp. n .VM.,n.,wn Mmi Niien. d 12:20 n. m.:3leau :.P7.to; 7-40. 8:05. "9:00. 10:15, 11:35. a. m.. 12:20. : 112745, lS Sa 3:30, 14C4:30. 5:05, 4:2 -8:00.