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BOSIOH CASH STDIL T Hay, 40c per 100 Iba. The belehrated Bread Flour Sarato­ ga, $1.14 a sack, guaranteed. G ilt edge p o u r, 99c a sack. 4 lbs. Prunes, 25c. . Do you think of painting this spring? We have placed our orders for a large shipment of Jol~ ' ' ~ line of goods, obliged to pay £ one giving in their c 1 will save money. We buy for cash, sell for cash; low For Instance; LYdiA PINKHAM'S, 74c. SCOTT'S EMULSION, 74c- . PAINE'S CELERYCOWIPOUND, 75c. HOOD’S SARSAPARILLA, 75c, VINOL, 85c. PE R U N A ,85c. _________ T e lephone HA. H. BBLE i. K 223-225 North Main Street. '<1 -/I A Tailor’s M unless apparel Would Be Useless the fit, style and quality were snt to back up every statement. Measured forms first make high loned suits for delivery. 5 . BLUn, rJt. Cornei* Main and Fulton St., G loversville, N . Y. THE BEST THING YET RUBBER SHOES 1 , PHlLAOELPHia \\TH ISTLE.’’ Every one knows liow Rubber Shoes break down back of the heel. All of them do this ex«pt^the^^“ THlSTl.E\ Rubbers, \GIBRALTER HEEL\ They are “ 6rm os a rock ” at the point where all other goods are weak and generally fail. The cut shows how the shoe is protected at the heel. But come in and see the goods. They are exactly what you wish and need. ASK TO SE e 4 m E R t T B B B R S ’' MADE IN PHILADELPHIA EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. Some Choice Bargains in Footwear Dur­ ing This Month. Sole Agency for “JenneSs Miller” Shoes. Suliivaa’s, 59 D.4 l RUNQ b l o c k , ST Lowest Priceil 2 lb can G reen G a g e P lum s, 13c per can; 2 for 25c. ■ 2 lb. can Black Raspberries, 18c. pel T can, 2 for 25c. 2 lb. can White Cherries, 13c. per ( 2 lb. can Bartlett can, 2 for 25c. lett Pears, 13c. per can, 2 for 25c. S lb. can Egg Plums, per can, loc. 3 cans N. Y. State Lima Beans, 25c. 3 cans N. Y. State Corn, 25c. 3 cans .Jersey Tomatoes, 2oc. 2 cans 1 lb. Tall Alaska Salmon, fee. Granulated Sugar, 5 l- 4 c lb. ATP#t»* A «»•* Borst’8 Gasli Grocery. 47 North Wiain 3 t. L.ooal Record. THURSDAY, MJAIBC'H 1, 1900.' .S'OCIAt AND FRATERNAL. A Bulletin of Coming Events •which. ■Wilt lnterest Many Readers. Regurar meeting B. P. 0. Elks No. 226, Friday evenlns at eight o’clO'Ck. In­ itiation. The nxemibers of the Hiawatha 'club and their Mends nyill enjoy a dancing party this evening in their rooms on South Main street. Glove City lodge. No. 641, I. O. G. T., meets this evening in their rooms. Music hall, at 8 o’clock sharp. Busi­ ness of importance. The Woman’s Foreign Missionary society of the Fremont street M. B. church will mieet at 7:30 o’clock this evening at the home of Mrs. Peter J. K'S'Ok, No. 134 North street. A bfieif but Interesting programme wdll be fol­ lowed by the serving of refreshments.. Valuable Horses Burned, The stable attaclved to S. A. Rick­ ard’s resid'enoe on North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, was Iburned Tuesday. TW'O valuable horses were consumed. The loss is $5,000, partly insured. The horses bumed have lately beeu driven together by Mr. Rickard. A clipped broiwu' was a four-year-old colt, stand­ ard bred and registered, and wias val­ ued af $1,000. Mr. Rickard owned the horse six weelcs, It has made a mile in 2:36 without any .work. Mr. Rickard carried $2,000 insurance on the barn; on the contents there were $2,400. On four horses .thei\e were $1,600 and $800 on-carriages, sleighs, etc. One of Mr. Rickard’s horses was tiinied out for the winter. It will cost $4,000 to re­ place the barn. One hundred and twenty-five bushels of oats were des­ troyed. lh a Trial o f Norton. In spite of the very unpleasant weather there was another large . at­ tendance in court at Herkimer yester­ day, at the trial o f Horace Norton for murder, 'The percentage of those who have business in the trial chamber is small with that o f those who go out of idle curio.sity or to pick up some matter for gossip. Yesterday, as the day before, the women in the audience were almost os numerous as the men. Judge W rlsht’s decision to let tne pub­ lic come in and go out at only the open­ ing and closing o f the session and at the recesses a t 11 o’clock in the morn­ ing and 4 o’clock in the afternoon, is very well taken, and is ibelng enforced. Heretofore the public have been al­ lowed to come and go almost a t their W’iil as long as they were not too bois­ terous. If that were allowed now, this case attracting so much attention, the constables would find difficulty tn keep­ ing quiet, as was found earlier in the CLOSING QUOTATIONS. New YorIc’Stocks, Reported by H. B. Lo^an, Brokef, 20 South Main St. Amn. Steel & fVlre .................................56 Amn. Tobacco ..........................................52?i Atchison p f d ............................................. bo% Baltimore & Ohio ..................................... 62 Brooklyn Rapid 'fra n s i t ........................ 66 Chesapeake & Ohio .................................2314 Consolidated G a s ....................................1S5 Continental Tobacco ............................... 31% C. B. & Quincy........................................123% C. C. C. & St. l i ........................................ 59% Delaware & H u d son .............................. 115% Federal S teel.............................................52% L e a th e r ...................................................... 11J4 Louisville & Nashville ........................... 82:}^ Manhattan , ...............................................93% Missouri Pacific ....................................... '15% M. K, & T. pfd . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. . ..........33% Northern Pacific . ..................................... 53V5 New York Central ................................. 133% Ontario & W e s tern ................................. 24% Pacific M a il...............................................38 People’s G p s ............................................. 98% Reading, 1st pfd .................................. 59 - ------- ....107% Reading, ls_ . Rock Island .. \outhern Pad: [Riern I p?d-\-”v;. • i Glove Men in Town. At the 'Windsor: M, D. Shipman, DeKalb, 111. David Mullin, Boston. W. Finlayson, Boston. D. McNair, New Yoi'k , H. Block, San Francisco, LtlTHEIR LEAGUE .PROGRAMME. The following enjoyaible programime will be rendered a t the Luther League entertainment to-morrow - (Friday) eveplng, at St., James chnr'ch: Piano s o l o .................... Clarence Nulty R e a d ing ................... . .Satie Washburn Pronograph ............ Several selections Solo...............................I .......... Mr. Noble Phonograph .............. .............. ....... . .. Recitation .. .. .............. May Seaman Phonograph ....... . .. ................................. Piano s o lo ................. . .Clarence Nulty Phonograph ............ . ............................... R e citation .................. 'Camilla Putman Phcinogimiph............................................ Admission, 10 cents. ■■ A.UOCK' i NG MAIN. Hundreds of Dollars will b e Dropped : on this Kind o f ' ‘Sport.” One of the biggest cocking mains .which has been 'held in this vicinity for some time past.is scheduled to occur this evening M the north end of the county, and it is expected that there Will be over one hundred interested sports in afctendanice from this city, Johnstown, Ballston, Glens Falls aihd other places. The amount of the purse for the main is $100 and it is expected that there will be twelve o r fourteen battles between game cocks, of the highest class. Each battle, is for a side purse o.f $20 and the total/am o u n t which Is to ibe contested for will amount to aibomt $400. There will alsg be a large niimtber of side bets, as the Gloversville birds are consi'dered'..great fighters and (he backers of the o.ppos- ing birds are confident that nothing can whip them. The place where the main is to be held has been Withheld, but it is understood that it is where there can be .no molestation on the p art of the authorities, and those who are to witness the affair expect to see some excliting fights and also to see several hundreds of dollars change bands as a result .of wagers on the boiuts. A spe­ cial train has been chartered iby some of the interested spoiting fraternity to take the party to a point near where the main is to he held. The O’Donnell Fund. The amounts to-day handed in a t The Leader office for the benefit of Miss Mary O’Donnell, are represented as fol- Geo. W. MandTiil and employees $20.00 A. J. Lebenheim , , . . . ............ . 2.00 A friend ; — ...d; ........... . ,50 $655.91 Troy Conference. One of the items o'f great interest is the appointments for the coming year. A large proportion will be returned to their several field's of labor. At pres­ ent eleven pastors are .compieting their fifth year. They are: TheOElevs. E. 'P. Stevens and G. E. Hite, of Al­ bany;,' J. C. Russum, of Schenectady; John Duffield of Port Henry; E. H. Brown of Gloversville; Eugene Wise­ man of Green Island; T, 6. Thompson of Johns tOiwn; J. M. Harris of Pitts­ field, Mass,; E. J. 'McKernan and. W. H. Washburn, of Troy, and G. C. 'Skafte of West Lebanon, N. Y. Three presiding adders, Dr. Coleman of Al­ bany, Dr. Griffin of Troy and Dr. J . H. Brown of the Saratoga district, all HAGEDDRN’S MILLS. Miss Hetty Shew of Gloversville was the guest last w’eek o f Mrs. Henry Trev- Leland H. Follett has secured a posi­ tion as book keeper in the freight ofilce at Amsterdam. Owen Jeffers of Ballston is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jeffers. Owing to the bad weather the ser­ vices a t the Baptist church were light­ ly attended Sunday morning. Henry Treve.tt is attending court a t Ballston as a juror this week. The family of Fred Dorman, who has been ill with scarlet fever for the past few weeks, are recovering under the skillful care of Dr. Finch. Chas.- Craige and George Orr of Wells spent several days last we'ek with John Truax. Walter S. Mead has secured the agen­ cy for the McCormick Elarvesting Ma­ chine Co. of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nash of Clifton *Paik ar,e guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Follett. I M S l I i unhea ^ates, ° In^°tho^nmtter of William II. Streeter, bankrupt. In toanlcruptoy, No. 2,818. To the creditors of ■WlUlain H. Streeter, of the city of Johnstown, in tho county of Pulton and district aforesaid, tt bnnUrupL Notice Is hereby given that on tho iTtn day of February, 1900, the said ’'YllHam I-I. Strootor wan duly adjudicated Bankrupt: and that tho first mootluff of his crodltoro will bo hold at tho court-liouao In tho pity of Johnstown, in the county of Pulton and disti'lcl aforesaid, on tho 19th day of March, J900, at 1:30 o'clock In tho after* nooDiftt which time tho »nld orcdltors may attend, prove their claims, appoint «. tnmtoc, examine tho banki'upti and tran* cftot.puoh other bitninfmo m mr/ properly liOBEiiT rmohne Fioir, 'I'ho ctlicflulco net^fiow^ftw Broadalbin. Jas. Capron of Rookton was in town Monday. A severe sno'W storm visited this sec- tion yesterday. Mrs, J. N. Richards is visiting among relatives in Johnstown. A daughter was born to IMr. and Mrs. Arthur Boynton Monday. |Mri3. 'M. A. Ingallls of Saratoga is vis­ iting iVL’. and 'Mrs. Denton Sm'lth. Crouse & Rosa are about to erect a new house on upper Bridge street. Arthur Phillips is' sick with scarlet fever at his home on Maple street.’ E. A. Waters has received a n increase of pension from $8 to $10 per month. Ghas. 'Van Vrankien and family of Gloversville were in town over Sun- Miss Christyn Difchscherer oif Buffa­ lo is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clunis. N. H, Pinckney has purchased 'a new printing press of John B. Judson of Gloversville. Mrs. L. S. Capron left Monday even­ ing for Syracuse, where she expects to remain for some time. Mrs. D. C. Chase of iSouth Amboy, N. J., spent a few days of last week with her mother, Mrs. Helen Fuller. Thos. Moran will occupy the house on lower Main street, formerly occupied by the late Harmon Vedder. Superintendent Kennedy of the kpit- ting company was confined to his home by illness the latter p art of last week. 'Mrs. iCarrie Reynolds of Epughkeep- sie, N. Y., is spending the \v4ek with her parents, ’Mr. and !Mrs. F. S. Haw- Allen Smith,the engineer a t the knit­ ting mill, is ill at the home of his pai’- en'ts, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Smith, at Mills Corners. Last week Thursday was Washing­ ton’s Birthday, another holiday for the teachers and 'pupils of the public school. February is gone and i t has given us a sample of about everything in the weather line except a thund'er storm and a cyclone. Mr| and Mrs. J. T. Bradford attended the twenty-fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. North- rup at Johnstown Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bartlett entertain­ ed quite a large number of friends Tuesday evening, among whoto were several from iMunsonville and Vlaie The auction sale of the personal property of the late Dr. D. N. Barker, which was to have been held Feb. - 22, has been postponed to Wednesday, March 7. Joseph Greenslete and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeans last week. Mr. Greenslete is connected with The General Electric Co. of Sche­ nectady. John Moore of Northampton, who re­ cently leased the Blair store on Main street, has surrendered his lease' and decided not to come here and engage in the mercantile business. The most severe weather of the sea­ son has prevailed this week, with tho thermometer registering from zero to 15 degrees below, which, with high winds has made life out of doors ex- ceptionallyvunpleasant. AITKEN PU R E COEEEE. p i ffllS COPFEEIISITOP NOTCE. A itken PURE COFFEE /C O V .i l l T h is C o ffee Is G o o d for the M oney, (fi^eedi 8 . C fiiJilloughB v Qloversville’s Busiest Dfy Goods Store. ...... S A X U R ' O A Y ...... to u w ill find more real bargains aj this s to r l than all others combined. Ea0h department throughout the house will offer its share of good things, taking alto* gether our& % rings are far the greatest in the city,. First Floor. 300 remnants of Dress » actly half price. As they ed in plain-figures, this very easy for you to seleci only half what they are re Joods at ex- are all mark- 1 make it ember 200 Flannel Waists, including all waists we have sold a t 98c., $1.19, $1,39 and $1.50. Saturday your choice 79c each. 10 pieces new Fresh Cloths,»fresh from the loom the popular suitings this sea Saturday 50c a yard. 10 dozen large sized Bleached, Turk­ ish Towels, worth 19c., Saturday 12 l-2c each. 1,400 mrth 7c. yard Saturday 20 yds for $1. 1,200 yards Sc. Bleached MuslLi, Saturday 10 yd s for 59c. 20 dozen extra fine quality Glass Towels, red and blue check, worth 8c. Saturday 5c each. ) dozen Gents’ Neckwear—Tecks, Bows and Strings, worth 25c., Saturday 15c each. Second floor. 200 Eiderdown. Dressing bacques, as- orted colors and sizes, worth $1 each, Saturday 59c each. lOO new Black Mercerized Petticoats, made with thq new accordion plait, wmrth $1.39. Saturday 98c each. We offer you your choice oE our line )f Plaid back Rainy Day Skirts, Saturday $4.19 each. Some are worth double the price. First Floor. 1 case Children’s Heavy Ribbed Hose, fast black, double knee, worth Saturday s pr29c. 50 pieces fine Val Laces, Saturday, 15‘ cents dozen yards. 50 pieces fine Val Laces, Saturday, 25 cents dozen yards. 50 pieces \fine Val Laces, Saturday, 39 cents dozen yards. All worth 25 per cent, more than we nsk you Saturday. 30 pieces new No. 40 Hemstitched Ribbons, worth 29c. yard, Saturday 23c yd. 25 dozen Seamless Fancy Hose in navy blue and white polka dot, black and white polka dot, Saturday 2 pr for 25c. BAsnriEi^T. Special for SaturdaY., Large bottle Amonla, oc, Dust Pans, 5c. ’ , Pot Covers, all sizes, 5c. ' . ] Silver Polish, -5c. , < Screw Driwets, 6c. ' ,' ' Pocket Rules, 5c. ‘ i ' 2 Quart tlipper, 5c. v'’’ Stove Lifters, 5c. ’C i Cattle Cards, 5c. , | - 3 China Eggs for 5c. White Wash Brush, 5c. / . Emeralts, 5oi . . ' j.mrness Hooks, 5c. \ / | Good Wash Dish, 5c. i,' ^ T ,|f Rolling Pins, 5c. _ |j Potato Masher, 5c. ’“'y 3 Quart Pail, 5c. ' • 14 Quart Dish Pah, 10c, •,, 8 \Papers Toilet Papbr, loi 2 Quart Glass Pitcher, lb: 1 Gallon Oil Can, lOc. J Collinder?, lOe. . Tea Kettles, lOd. Flour Dredges, IQc, Y o u can also £| splendid c o llectioi granite w e a r a t * lO c ^ e a c h « A lw a y sdouble value for y o iir m o n e y in our basement kitchen fur­ nisher. W e e d S tW illoygK b y 39 and 41 North Main Street* The baseft) is a “surp store” iff it O n c e a Cl mer, a|wa) cu s to m e m | M A R R I E D ’ ROSE—WAITE.—At the Baptist parsonage, Wednesday evening, F ' riiary 28, by Rev. A. W. Bourn, j Rossie F. Rose and Miss Mary Waite, both of Gloversville. cted as groomsman a E. A. KEINER, FUNERHL DIRECTOR ANDERIBALMER. Lady A s s ista n t , W h o W ill D r e s s and Embalm all Female B o d ies. M a s o n i c O u i l c d i n g 60 NORTH MAIN ST., Gloversville. T E L E P H O N E 1 2 3 . Residence, iiS.SouthMain street. House telephone, No. 124 . . Nations, like Individuals, derive their vigor from noble sentiments only. Undertaking In Charge o t - n. C. ER05T. Residence 129 North Main. Experienced lady assistant furnlshe when desired. , Telephone for night calls 125-4 Wood, Hay and Straw. I : : : A L S O : : : Horseshoeing and Black=== smithing. See our line of lumber and delivery wagons. CEIIJ. DAVIS HO. Carriage Repository. 8 to 10 Forest St, FIILTON CODNTY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AND CONSTRUCTION CO. \ Bells, telephone installations and lairs promptly attended to and gr uteed. Electri lotor and dyna -y. Electrical i always on hand. Gloversville, N. Y. C. E. H a le , B u siness Mgr. W . L. Smith, Supt. Griffing, George & Co. Cash Grocers, 79 South Main St. - 38 W. . Fulton St. Fancy 4-Crown Raisins, 10c per Ib, Fancy 3- C r o w n Raisins, 8c per Ib.,'v^ Fancy 4-Crown Seeded Raisins, 12c per lb Fancy California Prunes, 7c, or 4 lbs. 25c. Extra Large CaUfornlts Prunes, 10c per lb, Granulated Sugar B 'l'4c. C u r e s a cold in and a night. M,-StEBNfiERG’S ... LAXATIfE ■ Cold Curt .■r'- . 25 c J. S. Hamilton t IX VTesti^ltoaSt.' , GLOVERSVILLB, * N15W C. E. LAie\ Up=To=DatCi ::::Lr H a y , Feed and Telephone 104. 45 and 4*7 Windsor Barber r W. S. KKASNS7, PfOjpHt First-class in every Best Borvl^o .and beat \WWlsn \AdVTG M V o o f/ C i / Z M ® E d w a r d

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