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The daily leader. (Gloversville, N.Y.) 1887-1898, December 20, 1899, Image 8

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Custom Tailoring Is the largest feature of our business. W* do the finest \work at PRICES oth- for misflt£ LoQal R^oorcpl. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20,1899. ers charge our great closing out saie oi reaui'- made clothing at 50 cents and 75 cents on tK6 dollai- will continue until all rfeady-to-wear clothing in our store is ONEPRICE AND SPOT CASH. MARyFACTURERS^ CLOTHING HOUSE HOWE & TINKER, M anagers. IQ NORTH MAIN STREET. Siipstloiis.f A ferw very useful Christmas • offerings; ' CARPET SWEEPERS'-Note ' the prices. $1.60, $2.20, , $2:90. No better sweeper on skle ■than the one we offer at $2.^0. | [ 'INGRAHAM’S CLOCKS. . .Watch-these prices. Fancy | wood clock, 8 day, Vs, hour strike, fully warranted, with figure on— Others rang- | ing a t $5, $5.50 and $6. I SILK MUFFLERS, For ladies or gents. White, black and fancy colors, 50c. each to; $2. ' MEN’S HOUSE COATS Or smoking jackets, hand­ somely made in fancy plaids, with notch collar, roll collar, FUR COLLARS.' I Real marten,with S tails, at j tS and $7.50. Rich and very useful presents. ALBUMS. Our ox yoke easel album, holding 60 cabinet and 12 Card | photos, beautiful designs, $2.- 90. Our DESK AlfBDM, with writing desk combination, B holding same number of pho- ^ tos, $3.35. Many other beauti- A ful designs. M LAMPS. F RUGS* Art squares, pictures, Rog­ ers' silver knives, forks and il^ n s , etc., etc. Be sure to t . NITIAL .HANDKERCHIEFS. w JudsonA Rogers ■ Men’s M {Two stoff*:—' Y 2 oTersvm«,ir.Y., m Sochester, N. Y, PERFUnE5. Tlainty; Fresh an^ Lasting. Roger;& Gallet’s Fine Soaps. Jewel Cases, Etc., in Wave Crest Ware. I .New Line of Atomizers. Let Us Show You Our Line. WINDSOR PHARMACY. Phone 199- 4 DR. DAILEY. Hi* Hire, Aat, Noao and Throat dpoo- M iit ot thin oitr, will b» at hU 9I oy > MfrUlf office, each day in the week litrMltttr.MiMr. Officeffice homi,ri, 9 to U; BOO a.. liM ■ “ O hou 9 to lli B a jUIO to 4:80, and 7 to 8 p.m. Bun- I, jUI to 9 p. m. V No, 49 North Main PIANO TUNINO, P N A N K S . H A R R IS ^ liM ^ o rdir > rifrr'i uml* IfandoKB, M 4nm. VKEiViPJGioNG m n n iBG a ei OonntluB B o o st, . . . 57.3 BOltonal Boom, . . . sr-s U. S. DBF. CULTURE .U. Yesterday’s Weather. M>rtort off thishis city to; the 21 Meteorology^ rep o t olt fl^8enamg^|^^,^;^e^rclay. Temperature. 1898. 1899 Max ............ SO S8 Miu lO 28 Mean., ........ ... 21! Pnow .16 Pivvalllng Wind- E. Tcmpertore a t J2m to-day S4above 2ero. The Weather. WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.—Fsalr to­ night' and Thuns'day; wlmds mostly light it'o fresih westerly. John Nelso-n of Cheriry Valley is vis­ iting friends In the city. The residence of S. L. V. Black in Herkimer was destroyed by fire a t an. early hour this morning. Rev. W. B. Park preached before tflie sludenlts of Williams college,Wiillteros- town. Mass., Sunday forenoon. Prank Lewis ih'as been appointed general agent of the firm of Jotm Wil­ liams & Co., oif Albany. The proceediings of laslt might’s com­ mon councdil session 'Will be founld on the fourth page off The Leadier to-day. Street Oomipissioner Filmer 'has is\ sued an order prohibiiting the , further throwing of -ashes In the streets dur­ ing the winter months,. The case of Philo Ell' ‘ third de er M(cDo! lug and was adjourned Rev. W. B. Park is making a short v! with Mrs. P ark a t the Ihome of his father in And'over, Mass., who is 91 ?s old.Mr. Park will retum Friday. ■\■eDoblerr Ifbuiting ___ ithe prodiuot Of the brewery. There Will be a meeting of the Pro- Ibitlon voters of this city Thursday evening, January 4, in W. C. T. U. hall, over Miller’s drug store, to be ad­ dressed by E. C. Long, county organ- Seneca Smith and Mrs. G. R. Smith of this city attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Larrabee, sister of the late Mrs. Seneca Smith .held from her late home in Amsterdam yesterday after- In the list of students of Harvard un­ iversity to whom commencement parts have been assigned by virtue of high scholarship, appears the name of P. E. Kutscher of this city. Mr. Kutscher will receive his degree of A. B. \magna cum lande.” There will be a cottage prayer meet­ ing this evening (Wednesday) at 7:30, at the home of John Barcley, 64 Or­ chard street. Miss Chynoweth, pastor of the Free Methodist church, will have charge. The public is invited. Harry Thomas, ,the young Canadian skater of Amsterdam, challenges any skater in Pulton, Hdrkimer, Montgom­ ery or Schenectady. cpUnties, for the championship of the same. Harry J. Puller, of 195 Florida avenue, Amster­ dam, is Thomas' manager. Last evening there was a crowded at­ tendance at Helwlg street mission. The Interest in the special evangelistic services continue with unabated inter­ est. The young converts were in charge of the meeting and conducted i t in such a manner as to reflect much credit ose prest were very enthusiastic for such a movement.’ The meeting was adjourn­ ed to Thursday, >the 28fh -Inst., and the organization will be formed at that George Hulbert, the newly elected member of the police force, was sworn in a t ithe city bhildiing 'this nforning and will go lo-a duty (fco-nforrow ffilghh He has reWnquishe.d his posMon as mo- tonman on tthe -ma'in -ILue of the elec­ tric -division of the F., J. & G. raih*oad, where he has been a valu'ed. employe, and Ms -former associates and friends Will w*ish -him success in hlis new pos-i- The hibfle sch'o-ol of the Ohurch of Christ -will hold their annuial Xmas en­ tertainment ThuiTsdiay evemiLng, Dec. 21, commencing a t 7:30. Thesohobl has gone to con'SideraMe trouble to make the programme, iwhich oonHlsts of songs, recitations, dialogues, etc., ai espeicially gOod one. Special arrange' meats have been made with Santa to be tbei Glove Men in Town. At the Windsor: L. D. Thayer, Milwaukee. E. P. Wheat, Wheeling, W. Va. H. Lehman, New York. A. B. Van Nostrand, New York. M. L. Schwartz, New York. H. V. Weller, Ft. Wayne. H. P. Reisenhus,-Chicago. M. D. Shipman, Da Kalb, 111. C. B. Brad't, DeKalb, 111. Christmas gifts. The bothersome question, ‘‘What shall I buy?\ may be quickly answered at J. R. NeWman & Sons’. Suit ca.sc8, sm'olring jackets, bath robes, pujamns, nlglit robes,canes, iimbrolloa, handkerchiefs, gloves muf- flors, c,arrtlgans, awemtora, neckwear. Jewelry, bicycles, fancy shirts, silk and satin suspenders, and best of all suits and overcoats a t aboht half price duringoMr great alteration sale, J, It, Nowmim & Hon.i. Warm sllppm's In fancy eolors—Just the tiling for cold wcatlior. Pcalto & I/evl. _________ _ Holldiy fiiftdliBS' Lovoday & Austin, EAST TRIBUTES OP AFFECTION* The Funeral of Miss Gorton Largely Attended This Afternoon. The funei’al of Miss Alice P. Gorton ,t 2 o’clock this afternoon, at the of the deceased, and esteem fpr their departed companion was shown by the multitude of beautiful floral pieces which surrounded and covere'd her cas­ ket. The remains rested in a pink plush covered casket, and the plate bore the simple inscription, “Died/Dec.' 18, 1899, Alice P. Gorton, aged 22 years.’’ The impressive Episcopal years.’’ The impressive Eplscop? burial service was conducted by Rev. P. W. Cookson, pastor of Christ Epis­ copal church, and interment was in Prospect Hill cemetery. The bearers were Messrs. Eugene Brown, Walter Brown, William B. Murphy, Earl D. Argersinger, Melvin Bradt, Peter K. Malone. The flowers included 22' rosbs from the family, large gates ajar, and 22 roses from the following friends: E. D. Argersinger, 0 .D. Barlow, P. Bar­ ney, R. Larzelere, E. E. Brown, W. Brown, F. Shutts, M. Bradt, W. B. Mur­ phy, W. Hunter, R. P. Saltzman, V. Albert. B. Ehle, E. Froslier, P. K. Ma­ lone, R. Allen, A. W. Peck, A. McDou- gall, P. Mendelson, C. Bogart, W. Bed­ ford, \J. Oliver, L. Gaut, P. Bekerson, L. Maylender, W. Lansing, C. Lansing, Misses Code Porter, Nellie Porter, Lot­ tie Rivenburg, Mamie Klock, Fannie Eisenbrey, Prix Conlyn, Bertha 'Bow­ ler, Jane Burns, Etta Lockinton, Car­ rie Gross, Wilda Beddlngham, Josie Holland, Nettie Conlyn, Satie Harris, Bertha Hagadorn, Emily Washburn, Edna Munsell, Ella Paddock, Mrs. Brown, Grace Young, Laura Case, Jane Tarr, Kate Gorton; large wreath from brothers, M. B, Holley and T. Bates and family; carnations, Mrs. J. J. Pet­ ers and sisters; carnations, Irene Wil- marfh; carnations, Mrs, Hadsell and daughter; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sperber; large bunch of roses, GJoversville lodge. No. 429, P. and A. M.; roses, Kate W. Neff, James R. Rid­ ley; carnations, Mrs. C. Christian, Miss Cook; large bouquet carnations, Mr. and Mrs. S. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. ind Mrs. W. Downinr P. Ward, Mr. bouquet white ____ ite rosies, . gart, Mary B. Hhggart; large bouquet roses, Mrs. G. Hewitt, Grace Hewitt, Amsterdam; bouquet, Mrs. Van Camp, Mrs. Henry Align; carnations, Mrs. David H. Tarr; bouquet of yellow roses, Jane Forby, Bertha Case, Anj- sterdam; large bunch of pink roses from Harriet Judson and Sarah John­ son, and a pair of palm leaves from Louis Krause. la Good Working Order, Chief York, of the fire department, assures The Leader that the disar­ rangement of the Are alarm system, which was mentioned yesterday and which he says was caused by the high winds of a few nights ago, has been corrected and that the system is in good working order. This Avill be grat­ ifying news to the business men who expressed apprehension that the crip­ pling of the lire alarm system for any appreciable length of time might prove disastrous in case of fire. “Sorosis\ ahoes, soW only by Wil- Holiday perfumes a t Hannilton’s. ■ is George S. Hag- large boi w c maivt; u.ii iviuua ui-j. uauuica uui stofe. The work is done by first-class candy makers who perfectly under­ stand their trade, and our many friends are assured of its purity,sweet­ ness and goodness. Lo^veday & Austin. Hot soda at C. H. Jacobs & Co.’s. Hot chocolate with whipped cream, 5 cents, at C. H. Jacobs & Co. Ladies’ high cut overgaiters from 25c. up, a t M. Mark’s, 9 South Main street You will be a'iked to buy tickets for the entertainment to be given by the Gloversville high school literary socie­ ty. Buy them and thus help us to have a more interesting school. The first part -of the programme v/ill be mii- Don’t miss Weed & Willoughby’s ad. m page 6. Gold Seal rubbers, once tried, always used. Found only at Peake & Levi’s, Suggestions for Christmas -present. A box of B, & D. 10c. cigars. Read Weed & Willoughby’s ad. on DON’T FORGET The pocketbook sale and everything in flne leather goods. 77 South Main street. Bring in your old go-id and silver and exchange for Christmas presents at F. C. Bennet & Co.’s,, 3 North Main. leS of \Sorosis all $3,50. Ten styh Vlllard. Diamond brooches, sold everywhere for $60, our price $51. 'P. C. Bennett & Co., 3 North Main. We are the leaders in confectionery, fruits, nuts and cigars. Greek-Ameri- can fruit store, Have you seen the \tray” purse, the season’s fad? 77 South Mala street, ’ Coffee and orcai^ hot, a t C. H. Ja­ cobs & Co.% ______ _____ The fanxous Smith Sisters, Star Course, Wo(Inc.sday, Dec, 20. Men's dress shoes In patent leather nnd otlier lino materials, full linos nt roako & Lovl’s. Pfindy eancs and candy Imskots nt Loveday & Aiistln'a. _______ Don't miBS Weed A %VlllmiNliI)y'/i Ad. on p m O' selling the bulk o f CUmistmaS. people wiant. Evory day w-e variety and loweslt prices in Holiday Goods buyerb in our e st iis'blmen't -every day for t crowds go ds airways it'be constantly inci falots beat a ll theories. W-he-r e he bulk o f CUmistmaS. presenlbs than our constantly increasii „ hear words of praise from oustoimers, (that have gone the round), tMs city.” le fiavorl: Ing s ales; whic oing th e holMay bueiness, 'e. N'othii-nig could be better eviclemce that our -go o d s\nd Sitoilair to -tlhese: “ You proof th fgest stock, greatest morrow^ The quantiitieis and asso-rtme come in and look a t our diisplay we wiil the bulk of ■the hahdkenchlefs used in t srsYille, (not even by us), a s we -w'ill pllac-e before yioi •tieis and asso-rtme nts are Simply bawil'derinig. If >ur diisplay we wiil 1 endeavor to demonsibraite why ....................................his :y. Extra special: clt; ity-five dozen 56c. .handkerdhief s just month ago. Take wlhat you wan't of ’eeedved t h a t should have been to-m-orrow, 3 9 c e a c h . U M B R E L L A S . In the happy exteitement of gift giv­ ing -it might not be ataisis to suggest the practilca'blEity as well as the .propriety of presenting a handsome gift umbrel­ la. It’s always aippre’d-ateld, always useful. A greht variety of han'clles,any qu'alfities of silk to choose from. Straight lan-d 'twiisted handles, opera crooks, iplaiin and silver trimmed, pearl and Ivory, from 35c to $ 5 . Men’s, Furnishings. To the t appr-oprihte artMes iflor Xmas gifts for their fathers, sons, broitlhars’ uncles, cousins, and “best felloiw-s,’’ we have prepared an assortmept o f men’s fur­ nishings -that we will <Msplay to-mor­ row and -as a special Inducement we give you 10 per cent off on all goods bought in -IMs d-eparbment for one day. Night sMrts, dress ehi-rts, men’s -neckwear, suspenidars, collars and cuffs, hoeieiy, imiderwe'ar, etc. luas me jiouse, au'd a’c tne same time within -the reaich of qufte everybody, than a good se-rvloeable rug. We think u-nd-ou'b-t-edly we have.,’ -the largest and handsoime3t assortraenlt* in ttie city. * . As a special inducement will offer them to-mbrrow, Thursday, a t [ 1 0 p ^ r c e n t o f f regular low marked prices. We .,wlll also offer s'ame dfacount to-mdrrow on all cahpet Sweepers. R r e s e n ts F o r T h e C hildren. What Can be Found in Our Basement. SledSj wagons, hobby horses, police patrols, steam engines^ locomotives, railroad trains, double seat trap wagons, dolls, doll carriages and go-carts, ten pins, trunks, doll cradle beds, drums, guns, games, rattlers, children’s chairs, boots, tool chests, black boards, writing desks and toys of every description. Martin & Naylor. The masterpiece of the shoemakei art, and the standard of the world. Ladies:—If you do not wear Sorosis shoes you are missing a luxury within your reach that has no parallel in foot- Sold exclusively in Pulton county by W I L L A R D , xo South Main Street. -II IS i l - our business what you are paying for :OAT5: IT IS: ’ your business what we are selling them for. m t m m MlDirii 14*19 FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Pictures, Frames, Books, Calendars, Bibles, Cards. Shopping Bags. Fountain 1 in Pens. LeatherGoods, iBicTite, Brush and Comb sets, and other novelties sterling Silver, Toilet, MaBl M m d & Walker 37 N. Main St. HELLO 82-2. A t o m i z e r s . . (Largest line in town.) IR erfum es. (Great assortment.) Pujketbodks, Cigar Cases, Pipes, Hand Mirrors^ Military Hair Brushes. Traveling Sets, (in cases), and many other things. Som e Dress Suit Cases have just come in to us, and they are beauties— All of our cases are real bridle leather, the only satisfactory stock' for suit cases—One case de­ serves special ^mention. It is a 24 inch case, full width, steel frame, made extra strong, out of bright, clean leather, for Another one is hand sewed, fine leather, 24 inch, $7. W e have others from $5 to $8.50. If you think of buying a suit case for a Christ­ mas gift, we wou d advise you to buy only a real leather.' We do not sell a sheep skin ease on account of their giving poor wear. W . P . L e f f e r t s & S o n , HATS, FURS, M E N ’S FURNISHINQS. NORTH MAIN STREET. . GLOVERSVILLE. L ^ I J P Christmas Gifts. Honck & Patrick Undoubtedly in the past it has been your custom to give presents more or­ namental than useful. Why not make a change this year and - give some­ thing that will be of use. Fur Collarettes, 2.50 to $8. Petticoats, 1 to $3.00.ili! Umbrellas, 50c to $3.50. House Wrappers, t, 1.25, $1.50. Fur Robes, 3.50, 4, $4.50.'j | Night Robes, 50c to $2.50. : Dressing Jackets, 75c to $2.50. Trimmed Hats, 98c to $9. Children’s Dresses, 25c to $5. Infants Cloaks 1.50 to $5. Children's Headwear, 2Sc to $3. Handkerchiefs, 5c., 10c,, 16c., 2Sc. Udiei’ and InfanU’ Outfitter! 25 N» iHiln, Corner Chtircft St. LIPiVlAN,

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