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laini oiiaiiycd u ^ On January The Goods we carry over will not ^REDUCED Suits to Order $15; Former Price - I Suits to Order$20; Former Price [MORTON ( B A ROUSING MAJOHlTY-M. GUTMAN &. Co. [a^rousing majority I Li Of the people will buy their Men's and Boys' IX X Clothing at our store when they see the ^^SLASHING REDUCTIONS We have made in our entire stock of IH'S,lil7S'ailGUMCIjltll We have too many goods and they must go, and go they shall, if the lowest prices ever put on good, reliable clothing have anything to do with it. These reductions affect every Suit and Overcoat in our house, and if you need anything whatever in Clothing we can save you from aa TO BO f HH OJfcJJX T. We mean business, and all we want Is for you to stop in and take a look at the goods, the prices will do the rest. jJMTMSNSCO,^Retail Department, Haiti and Twelfth Streets. FURS.?GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. THEY'RE HERE ^ ,N Great Shapes and Small. We mean those FURS we bought when In New York a few days ago, and then, whereas they're fine as the Finest in Quality and Finish. They are NO HIGHER IN PRICE in the faee of the ADVANCE made by the manufacturers. FUR CAPES with us don't mean only a few styles of low grades of furs, but the choicest goods on the In JUJLCIA JVGU AXX MINK, ASTRACHAN, SEAL, MONKEY, MARTEN, ELECTRIC, and CHINA SEAL, WOOL SEAL and CONEY. Full sweep. 24 to 30-ineh lengths. We are second to none with our Cloth Garments, and are receiving new ones every day. Geo. E. Stifel & Co. A HARD WOOD BED B $2.00 CASH A1 I / CAN I Furniture, Carpets, Sto LACE CURTAIN: ? On F.flsv V\ A M <* I T House & Herrmf 1300 MAIN STREET. impel Us - First the New be worth what we pai now, and in order KLL C STOTIE THE FOLI 1 I - $17 Ma $20. | - $25 and $30 STC FfllRYlEW TRAGEDY. Carney Moore Fatally Wounds a Farm Hand, Loots Moore. MOORE AND HIS ME QUARRELED, ffhon the Young Mun Interfered and Wu Shot by tho Otber Stan. Tlio Victim Will Die?Flushing Uu a inaiigniar Mnaation in wdicu Prominent People Are Involved. Two of Those Ooncorneil Leavo the Place. The qalet little town of Fairview, twonty-llve milea weft of Wheeling, on the old national pike, in Uuernaey county, Ohio, waa theacene of a terrible tragedy yeaterilay that will end probably in the death of ono man. Carney Moore ia a proaperoua farmer, who Urea on hit farm on the outskirts ot the town. Moore's only failing baa been a proneneia occaaionally to imbibe copiously at the shrine of Baccheus. Yeiterdsy morning he waa in an intoxicated condition, and npon going to his home from the town Quarreled with hia wife. From words the quarrel developed into au argumont of blows in which Mrs. Moore was badlv wonted. At this juncture, a farm hand employed by Moore, named Louis Moore, interfered in an endeavor to protect the : woman. Carney Moore rosented this ; interference by transferring bis attuck to young Moore, but was not getting along so well ns with a defenseless woman, whon he suddonlv drew a re- < volver and fired at young Moore. The , ball took effect in the man's breast just j above the heart, and he sank to the , floor insensible. As soon as possible officors and a j Jhysician were summouod. Carney Loore was arrested and jailed. The j doctor who examined Louis Moore's wound announced that ho would not recover. In the atternoon he had not died, but was in a very weak state, and doath was expected hourly. The tragedy created great excitement in the com- , ra unity. A TRIANGULAR AFFAIR That Is a BlgSonaatlaa oat la Quiet Flush, i lug Town. jf lustring is a email town, out it nag a good-sized sensation. J. C. Bethol, Ed ' Bristol and Miss Adda Hollowav are the participants. The first two named have left for parts unknown. Bethel, who is : superintendent of the Flushing schools and editor and proprietor of tho Adver- ; tiser, BQeui8 to have become infatuated with Miss Hollowav while she was a pupil in tho schools several years ago and was unable to recover. It is said that ho confesses his infatuation with the girl,but denies any criminal act. The discovery of the liaaon is said to have beon the production by the I irirl of lettors that Bethol had written to her, in which he warned her not to divulge certain secrets between them. She wa9 receiving attentions from Bristol, a-rains t which Bethel remonstrated, and went to the girl's parents to discloso the character of the young man, claiming he was married, when in a fit of anger the girl produced the letters /v Aw Ammn HUM SIM J \ MD $1.00 PI 7IIRNISH YOFIR 'Yes, Queens' S, BLANKETS Weekly 01 inn, and ) ' J joREE Tariff Bill Goei id for them. We h to do so we have DOODS jOWXINJ O- -fc-UrC/XO-t Tronsers to Order $E | Overcoats to Order )UTS and exposed Bethel, who left After the father and brother ttiroatoned to dc him bodily bartn, Bristol, who hoc boon paying her board at the hotel. so cordiog to reports, alio became frightened and he too skipped. It is reported that Mm Ilolloway accuses Bethel of bainpr intimate with hot since abe was fifteen years old, alleging that it bwna when abe was a pupil in tho Flushing schools, And he aided, her in her studies after school and at hei home in trie evening. Miss llollowuy is nineteen yeara old, and is a tino-lookinjj, bright girl. She graduated two years ago, and is the daughter of Col Jacob Holloway, a prominent citizen, Bristol has been superintendent of the Flushing canning works since it started last summer, hav iug come from Tiffin. Bethel is a mar ried man, and has several children. He has been superintendent ot the Flush' ing schools a long time, and has beec an active worker in Sunday school, edu cationai and Chautauquan work. He rocently purchased the Flusning Advertiser, and was about to launch the Belmont Teacher. He was the Democratic candidate for clerk oficourt in Belmont county two years ago. They Cauie From Caundn. A detective from Hamilton, Ontario, was in Martin's Ferry yesterday looking [or a couple wno nave at sue oncrmmi house Hoverfll weoka. Tlio pair board that they had been located, and left on tbo 11 o'clock train on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh road for Steubonville yesterday morning. The doteotivo tol lowed on tbe 2:15 train, and it is reported that he found tbem thero and caused their arrest. The dotective said the inau bad a wife and one child at Hamilton, where be embezzled $1,800 from a business house with which he bad been connected, and eloped with a pretty nineteen-year-old blond. A Child KuJoja Tbo pleasant flavor, gentlo action and toothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when In need of a laxative, and if the father or mother bo costive or biliouj, the most gratifying results follow its use; bo that it in tbe belt family remedy known, and every family should have e bottle on hand. Last night of the Big Benefit Bazaar. Special for the Ltinrier. in-- T-J?- man if.;n ?? 1.1113 iitrauoi, iu-u ?miu " uuv, nouncos for to-day tho following spociai features: Clark's Thread 3c per spool, Crochet Cotton 4c per spool. 250 fine 51 25 6-4 Chenille Covers at 69c. 1,000 Curtain Ends at 15, 10, 25, 29 and 33c, Red Lotter Sale of Cloaks, Blankets and Comforts continued. Come oarly and lecure choice. The Leader 1020 Main street Half-and-half, Smith Brewing Co.'a llo and porter, bent fall drink. UNDERTAKING. LOUIS BERTSCBf, (FORMERLY OF FftBW A BERT8CBT). Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer, 1110 Main 8 tree L Knit Slile. / Calls by tolephono answered day or night 3toro telephone, 635; realdanca, 506. ap}7 ALTER C. DURELL, Funeral Director and Arterial Embalmer FOR ALEX. FBEW, 1117 M.lIJf ST. Prompt attention Riven to calls, day or night Toloplione? Residence, No. JM7. Storo, No. sao. nol FOE iR WEEK home compl: we, Glass , COMFORT! r Monti Wheelir 1136 to )UCEPRICES! . 3 Into Effect.- ^ iave determined to sell all our stock TO COST ffc 5 50; Former Price $6 and $7 ^o. $17; Former Price bo to be JOHN Xj. X1ICB. Mnnageri ; MERCHANT TAILORS, V r V uf a , 1204 Markot St, Under McLuro Houso. ?? , CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS?KRAUS BROS. . KRAUS BROS. ! n? ?th.er r-r'vr r: t readi-.TO-WEAB F or ever will, sell such sterling f A qualities at such low prloes aa A U T TVT ' J we quote. ^ L \J 1 11 1 IN vJ I : - - n n JZL T'l^'iTi |"T7T I ' wmnn Had better be gettinS y?ur Winter Li UvliiJ Clothing. Call and see us and we ; will be sure to please you, for you will select from the ; Largest Stock of the Newest Styles and most , Reliable Garments in the city at lower prices than other dealers ask for greatly inferior goods. Ours are ; made from the proper Fabrics, Properly Cut, Properly Made and Properly Fitting. KRAU5 tJHUS., ; CLOTHIERS AMD FURNISHERS, 1319 MARKET STREET. I OWTIllCTLY OSE PRICK. _ OVERCOATS?D. QUMOLING A. CO. f ! Did You Say I Overcoats? I are Overcoats galore. Long Overcoats; Short OverI I I r-? | M coats; Medium Length Overcoats, Slender, Graceful * * ^ ful looking Overcoats; Easy Fitting, Clever Looking ] Overcoats; Loose, Baggy Overcoats; each with a style and expression peculiar to itself. Blue, Black, Brown Overcoats; Overcoats of Mixed Colors; Rough Overcoats, Smooth Overcoats, Heavy Weight, Medium Weight Overcoats. Overcoats for jaunty yrfung men;Overcoats for men of mature years and tastes; Overcoats with wide : collars of rich velvet, some with cloth collars. Overcoats with beautiful linings, (the linings attractive in themselves), some of them made from expensive imported woolens. Overcoats with exquisite satin shoulder and sleeve lining. Overcoats for men of moderate means; Overcoats for men with more to spend, if one cannot readily choose an Overcoat here, it will not be because of the overwhelming . abundance and variety he has to choose from. D.Gundling&Co. 34 and 36 TWELFTH STREET. S15.00I I UN BALANUt. I ' 'a Wm * ETE WITH ware, Tinware, Slate, 3, MATTRESSES, n ily Payments.?x ? t j I in lg instalment to., i 1142 MARKET STREET.