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The daily leader. (Gloversville, N.Y.) 1887-1898, February 03, 1900, Image 5

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THE WEATHER. Was'liinlgton, 'Pe!b. 3.—Pair, to- aigit; ■wai’-mer in tlj.6 north ipbr- jiCBsriffith rain or snow iby aiigM; light to fresh southerly, sMbing to south easterly winds. night; -warmer in ition? Sunday increasiirg «loudl- ----- ' ------ --------- ow-iby might; and all small lots of Suits, Overcoats and Underwear, for Men and Boys, at will be closed out unheard of prices. Special sale of Men’s and Boy’s Pantoloons. Buy now. J.R.NeniD (Soils Clothiers and Hatters, jQstahUslied 1858 . TWO STORE I GloversvDe, N.Y fPittsfleld.lMass For Sale or Rent At a price that will astonish you. One of the finest homes on Highland Terrace. House is large, nicely- decorated and sup­ plied with every modern convenience. Possession Immediately. :::::Consult:.‘i:: D. H. TARR :::::regai’ding it::::: Glove Shops to Rent. J. All winter goods must be sold. You can’t af­ ford to buy until you see our prices on at less than cost. -.-AT- Glonifiir&Ballaiitine Sx Roitb Mftia 8tr«»t. Dr. Henry Cady VeterliiAry Surgeon end Oentiet, OWce eafl Bosrdlng St«Me, re*r Ea WeehinstoR itreeti TECIPHOMEt 48-4 U o Q a l R e c o r d - SATURDAY, PEDRUARY 3, 1900. MAag AMP ynsT Sundays, 7:8o'p.!n) The Canajoharie Bank. The stockholders of tihe Canajoharie National banllt met a t Ho.tel Wagn'er in Canajoharie yesterday,su!bject to an of­ ficial call, and it was supjiosed: that at this- meeting the rate of assessment would he fixed. But Examiner Graham has not finished his report and the ex­ act rate could not Ibe fixed. The meet­ ing adjourned, subject to call. Amopg those present were William H. Davis and his son-rin-l-aw, William S.'Hawlc of New York, who are interested in the Business College Notps. The following graduates of the busi­ ness. college have recently secured po­ sitions; Nellie Greenfield, bookkeeper and stenographer for A. E. Tannert & Co.; Harry Seaman, bookkeeper for Schey & Co.; Irvin Annable, assistant bookkeeper for Wm. Holden & Son; Anna Shults, stenographer for Bach- ner, Moses & Co. of this city. Ines Vaissiere, stenographer and bookkeep­ er for Wertheimer & Co.; Florence Vosburgh, stenographer for Northrup & Co.; T. DeLap Smitlj, stenographer and bookkeeper for Tepp & Heagle of Johnstown. Le Roy Cleveland, of Brbadalbin, stenographer for Pabst & Co., wholesale and retail grocers, Al­ bany, N. Y. / • j CHURCH GOERS’ GUIDE. ( Services Sunday at , the Yarions j Houses of Worship. j Unlveraalist church services, Miljs hall Sunday, 7 p. m., conducted by Rev. L. D. Case of Albany, N. Y. Christian Science services will he held at No. 20 South -Main street, sec­ ond floor, Sunday, 11 a. m.; Wednes­ day, 7:30 p. m. Rooms open Tuesday and Friday 3 to 5 p. m. Meeting in the W. C. T. U. parlors to-morrow at the usual hour. Mrs. Herring, leader. Short addresses will be given by Mr. Caswell and Miss Scott. In the absence of the pastor, there will be preaching to-morrow at the Kingsboro Avenue church by Rev. F. H. Cobb of Albany. The other services will be conducted as usual. First Presbyterian church. Rev. Harvey Clement of Schenectady will preach. In the evening, by special quest,, he will address the Cbristi Endeavor society. The other servic of the week will occur as usual. St. James’ Lutheran church, John J. Dominic, -pastor. Services morning and evening at the usual hours, conducted by the pastor. Sunday school a t noon. Junior League meeting at 4 o’clock. First Baptist church. Rev. A. W. Bourn, D. D., pastor. Services morning and -evening a t the usual hours, 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. The pastor will preach. Baptism after the evening service Strangers welcome. Christ church services. Holy com­ munion except on -first Sunday in the ■month, 8 a. m.; first Sunday in the month, 10:30 a. m.; morning prayer, litany and sermon, 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school, 12 m. Evening service at 7 o’clock. Helwig Street mission. Sunday school at 2:45 p. m. Class meeting at 3:45; leader, Melvin Porter. Preaching ser­ vice at 7:30, conducted by Rev. L. Irv­ ing Backus. Praise and prayer service Tuesday evening in charge of the young Lverts. Preaching service Thursday ining. Rev. L. I. Backus, pastor in Want a Free Bridge. The roads and bridges committee of the Montgomery -county board of su­ pervisors has for some weeks been busy securing bestlmo-ny from -the res­ idents of the county in the vicinity of Fort Hunter, la .regard to making the present bridge across the Mohawk riv­ er a t that place a free one. At present a toll must he paid- for passengers and teams. Many complaints have been made to the board that the bridge -yas not safe and that a new one and a free one was necessary. The committee has been taking testimony as above stated and in reply to same it has been d'eem- ed necessary to take action. It is in­ tended to offer ?6,000 for the present old and unworthy structure and then ■make it free, or if the board decides, a new one will he built. Salvation Army. There v/ill be a temperance meeting at the Salvation Army hall to-night. Music and son'g intermingled. Special meetings all day Sunday. This is the captain’s last Sunday. The subject a t night will be “The old man’s darling.’’ Tuesday, Feb. 6, the captain will give the farewell ad;dress. The captain thanks the many 'kind friends -who as­ sisted him while in 'Gloversville. Wed­ nesday morning the captain leaves for Hartford, Conn. The new officers are expected to take charge .Wednesday. Mr. Best will address the temperance meeting to-night. i X NO SUNDAY BUSINESS. Secure a supply of Caswell’s “Im­ mense\ candies for Sunday. 26 S. Main. CALIFORNIA tci 1 I/O iiiuoLiau** ed and fully described in new 'folder just issued by .Michigan Central, “The Niagara Falls Route.” Can be ?sh- tained from local agents or by writing W. H. Underwood, G. E. P. A. M. C. R. R., Buffalo, N. y. 52.00 and ?2.50 men’s fine shoes wiri go at this sale for $1.95 and $1.67. At­ tend this sale and buy a p air of shoes; you will never be able to get good shoes as cheap again. Sullivan’s shoe sale, 59 Darling block. Rubbers to be closed out a t cost at Sullivan’s shoe sale, 59 Darling block. 25 per cent, off on horse blankets at E. S. Batcheller & Co.’s all this week. 25 per cent, off on horse blankets at E. S., Batcheller & Co.’s all this week. FOR SALE.—The Radgesky proper­ ty, Elm St., adjoining the Place block, In whole -or in part. Size of lot, 130 feet front, 105 depth; also -house and lot on northwest corner of Pulton and Allen, having a frontage of 60 feet on Fulton street, 115 on Allen. See J. Isaacs, Windsor -hotel, or E. Hilts. Horse blankets that wore $1.2B for 94c. Horso blankets that were $1,7G, for $1.31. Horse blankets that wore $2.00, for $1.50. All this week at H, S. BatcUellor & Go.’a. A't Gulllvan'B shoes oalp, ouo lot of men's $1.50 (extra value) shoes for $1,10, Boys' ami youths' shoe.! a t prices you cannot affortl to mlBn, 59 Darling mock. _________ _______ ■ li’or all U 0 nowB read Tlio Deader, W. n . CrI-uaL, paoLui. jncaiiuiiis iiiuiu- ing and evening -by the pastor. Rev. W. H. Groat, preceded by class meetings. Sunday school at 12 m. Missionary day programme in Sunday school, conduct­ ed by S. H. Morgan, assisted by his Young Men’s Bible class and ’ others. Junior League at 3:30 p. m. The Free Methodist church. Ser­ vices a t 37 Rural avenue. Mary B. Chy- noweth, pastor. Sunday school at noon. Class meeting at 6 p. m. Revival meetings Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Cottage meeting Wednes- ■ Mr. Gustavison's, 464 North reet, Wednesday evening. Col­ on church extension next Sun- Fremont Street M. E. church. Rev. E. H. Brown, pastor. Classes at 9:30 a. m. and 6 p. m. Preaching by the pas­ tor at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Morning theme, “The Temptation of Christ;” evening theme, “A Time to Dance.” Sunday school at 12; Sunday school at South Main street and at Meco a t 3 p. m. Ladies’ prayer circle a t 4:30 led by Mrs. Dr. Hagar; *4:30, men’s union meeting of -the three M. E. churches, led by Rev. E. H. Brown. Seats free. A cordial invitation is extended to all Church of Christ hall. No. 12 Bleeck- er street, between West Fulton and Church streets. Preaching by Mr. M. Gunn a t 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Morn­ ing subject, “Christian Evolution;” evening subject, “A Physical and Moral View of Salvation.” The Lord’s supper a t 11:30 a. m. Bible school dt 11:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor a t 6 p. m. Mr. Jordan, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of Johnstown will occupy the whole Endeavor hour, presenting the subject of “Soul Winning.” The pub­ lic is cordially invited to these ser- Congregational church. Rev. W. E. Park, D. D., pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. In the morning Mrs. Harriet Caswell, superintendent of the women’s department of the Home Missionary society, will give an ad­ dress upon home missions. In the eve­ ning the pastor will preach upon “The Scope and Influence of Christian En- —ork.” jrk.” Th( .................... lavor W The services \v held in connection with Christian En­ deavor day, and members -of the En­ deavor societies will please occupy the front seats. Sunday school at 12 m. Meeting of the Junior Endeavor socie­ ty wilj be held on Monday evening,with addresses given and letters read from absent members. Light refreshments will be served. Prayer meeting of the church on Wednesday a t 7:30 p. m. First M. E. church, I. D. Van Valken- burg, pastor: L. I. Backus, assistant. Public worship at 10:30 -and 7, with preaching by the pastor. Sunday school and class, 12. Helwig Street mission Sunday school, 2:45. The working band will unite with the hand of the Fremont Street church at 4:30 in a union service at the latter -church. Classes meet at 6. Monday, 7:30, Ep- W e A r e receiving new goods for mmM ciFTS. special discount on all lines prior to February 1st., as we take inventory at that time ..... A. D. Norton 20 South Main St Jiv r tw , GIoTerwIUi. ^olopboao OsUlj I d - t worth League, Miss Eleanor Secknor has charge of the meetings for the month. Family gathering Wednesday, 7:30. Monthly meeting of Sunday school board at close. South Main street ohapel. Sundaiy school at 3 p. -m. B-vening'servioe at 7 ip. m. Mrs. A. H. Stetson will have charge. Revival services every even^ UNION RALLY AND BANQUET. Prohibitionists o f Five Counties to Assemble in Johnstown. The Prohibitionists of district No. 9, consisting of Fulton, Hamilton, Her­ kimer, Montgomery, and Saratoga coun­ ties, will hold a union rally and ban­ quet in Johnstown Thursday and Fri­ day, February 15 and 16. All the busi­ ness session of the two days’ confer­ ence will be -held at the court house, while the banquet on Thursday eve­ ning’ will be held at Kennedy hall. A .large attendance of the outside advo­ cates of cold and sparkling water are expected and all desiring entertain­ ment over night are requested to send their names as early as possible to Fred Meyer of Johnstown, who will see that they are provided for. The programme as it has been ar­ ranged is as follows: , Thursday, February 15—^11:00 a. m., call t o order; devotional exercises con­ ducted by Rev. F. W. Moot; election of chairman -and secretary; song by the Lewis Crystal Fountain singers; ad­ dress of welcome by Rev. W. H. Groat, representative of Fulton, county, Thursday Afternoon, 1:30—Devotion­ al services conducted by Rev.' M. Gunn; “How to win the nominal .tem­ perance man,” Rev. W. H. Clark? rep­ resentative of Saratoga county; ad­ dress, “Is a compromise with evil ever profitable to righteousness,” Rev. J. A, Thompson, representative of-Montgom- ery county; “Prohibition work in Ham­ ilton county,” William H. Cole, repre­ sentative of Hamilton county; “En­ couraging signs,” C. S. Johnson, rep­ resentative of Herkimer county; Pro­ hibition song. Thursday Evening, 6 to 8—Supper served by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. 8:00, Prohibition “Menu,” announced by Toastmaster Prof. George M. Davi­ son; song, Lewis Crystal Fountain singers; speakers. State Chairman J. H. Dqrkee, Mrs. I. D. Van Valken- burgh. Rev. C. H. Mead, D. D. Friday Morning, 9:00—Devotional exercises conducted by Rev. John van Burk; address, “The value of a 'domi-- nant issue,” Rev. G. E. Stockwell; dis­ cussion; Prohibition song; “How and when to raise money,” Mr. Fred Mey­ er; “The use of money in Prohibition work,” State Chairman J. H. Durkee; conversational, conducted by state chairman; subject, “Party building,” (1) The election district, (2) The cau­ cus, (3) The town meeting, (4) The county convention, (5) Registration, (6) Election day, (7) The organizer; final adjournment. “Caswell’s chocolates are simply Immense.” YOiR ATHLETIC F B would appreciate some- thing from our stock. For Instance: A PUNCHING BAG PAIR OF BOXING GLOVES. SET OF GOLF CLUBS, A DOZEN GOLF BALLS, . WHITELY EXERCISER, tADDYBAG, PAIR OF SKATES. Our assortment, is the larg­ est in the city and our prices make gift giving easy. N. D. Qriffin, 99 West Fulton Street IN AMUSEMENT’S REALM. The Wilbup Opera Company. The Bohemian Girl, presented by the tVilbur Opera coniipany- at the Kaston last evening, drew the largest .attend- ance of the week, tlie opera house be­ ing. literally-packed ,wLth ipeople. The attraction fop to-'niigiht is the “Two Vagabonds,” and in closing a half hour of old 'time minstrelsy .will take the place .of the living pictures. >- For the sacred concert to-mor.roiw evening, the programme is announced as a sermon in song, containing no Ob- jectianalble features and no fancy cos- in ©ven- Lamar Brothers; quartette, Bohemian Girl, Richardson, Robinson, Conly and Huntington; songs and racitatiions, Anna Laughlin; recitation, Mr. Harry Hermsen; ballad, selected, Mr. De- Bank; Wilbur quartette, (Messrs; G. Vaughn, Lamar, DeBankand Hoskins; Queen’s Lace iHandkerchie'f, entire The Span or Life. Thrilling scenes of rescue and escape have aiwaiys been popular with lovers of the drama. 'Bach play that has had a sensational climax of rescue, has gen­ erally proven successful. We remem­ ber the furore that the escape of the heroine of “Uncle Tom’s iCahin” made years ago. iSince then, this class of len- tertainmemt has been following each other with g reat rapidity. It was the bu&z saw sensation that made “Blue Jeans” the success i t was., The fire engiue in “The Btill Alarm” and the tank scene in “The Dark-Secret.” To quote all would he impossible, but among the more recent, “The Span of Life,” A?lth its human bridge. The management of this piece can certainly claim to hari'e secured one of the most realistic stage effects ever presented iii this country. Sutton Vane> thi thas country -whicn cannot oe equaled. It is now in its sixth year and is fully as profitable as ever. At the Kasson 'Monday, Feb. 5, and the Grand Tuesday, Feb. 6. For Sale. Parlor stoves, kitchen stoves, bed­ room suits, tables, organ, glove tools, wax thread machine, overstitch ma­ chine, cutters, trunks, etc. GEO. GJ 41 South 3-ARRBTT, Main Street. Uncle Sam Leads aiid the world has to fall in with the procession. When it comes to gro­ ceries we lead, and would like you to fall in with the procession of our custo­ mers.^ We carry all grades of # • groceries. iBurton’s'PureFfloil Store NINETEEN HUNDRED with all its Possibilities and Probabilities Confronts U b . ONE of the CERTAINTIES of the year is that you may always find anything and every­ thing you require in the line of BMIIII BOOKS mil OFFICE SIIIIIEIII Cowles & easier 7 Iii XiMSinf BookiilUr* lad •ttUosiri, 9 North Hain St., GloverivIHe, Hollo 202-2 T r o u s e r 3 a l e . We offer six hundred pairs, medium and high grade winter weight TRO US­ ERS; all new styles, Itt-OifFimirliiii Fiims F o r S p o t C a s h . SUITS, OVERCOATS, ULSTERS for man or boy, at the same discount. - It’s a Good Time to Buy. WIl^LIAMSON, CLOTHES, ) HATS, J-For Man or Bov. FURNISHINGS, } TELEPHONE 217. See Large Adv. On Page 6. F. C. B e n n e tt& Co. Jewelers and Opticians, No. 3. N. Main St.. GI ot ^ i ^ I L t Genuine Bargains! :;:WHILE THEY LAST::: LADIES’ STORM RUBBERS, 3 S c . LADIES’ LOW RUBBERS, 25c. PEAKE & LEVI. Littauer IT IS BETTER to -have a cozy, comfortable hojne than any other possession on the face of the Your House Is yoqr earth and it is not only your duty but i't should be your ■to see 'that It is made bright and at­ tractive to every member of your fam­ ily. Another long, cold .winter Is -hero. Make up your mind ito-day 'that there shall -not bo a dreairy dining room In your home. Our monster stock of dln- ndr ware, Just rocolvod, Is a t your dls- Phone 207-4. A.n.llVEBUlltCj. 0 0 7 South H»I d St. The Improved WELSBACH UQHl is better for the eyes be- ' | cause delightfully soft, J and perfectly steady;bettar w for your welfare because i f of its economy; better in ^ every way for every use ' f than any other method of | artificial illumination. Can ; be attached to any p s ^r< fixture without trouble or expense. Isn’t there need in your house for such a light as this ? ^ / Almost time for gas stoYflft Place your orders early * and avoid the rush. &G.GasCo.| isiMtrttitoBSt. , ! i i i

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