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The daily leader. (Gloversville, N.Y.) 1887-1898, February 20, 1900, Image 8

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HIGH ART mm TioiG. F i n e — i F u r n i s h i n g s a n d H a t s is our business. !; Ohe Price ...... AND ...... Spot Cash. IW e can and will save you 25 per cent. f LOWEST EXPENSES, BUY FOR CASH, SELL FOR CASH does the business. L . o o a l R e o o r d . TUES!DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900. PmCTURERS^ CLOTHING HOUSE i HOWE TINKER, I Managers. \ Ip NORTH MAIN STREET T H E Spring :Derby. f Each spring and fall gives birth to new shapes in derbys. The old ones may be good enough, but how else could the manufactur- ' ers live ? The several shapes endorsed by the lead- I ing makers become the fashion. W e have the fashion- ' able Spring.... Shapes. W e have them of the best felt, best trim­ mings, put together by ' the best workmen money can obtain. T r y t h e E D I N O C a t ^ 3 . O r t h e O R M A N D a t S S . S O Both, fully guaranteed. Bqualed for the price. Judson& Rogers i I*! CtotUg, ^ Udlea’ So ;T wo •torn:— OlorariTUl*, XT. 7 ., Kocheiter, Bf. Y. ^ i e w S t o c k of high grade ^ |ust received at p r i c e s |are right. WINDSOR PHARMACY. Phone iag-4 DR. DAILEY. mar, Nose and Throat Spoc- Ithl» city, will bo at Jila Glov- Jp« ofllce, each day la tho wcolt pttfr. Offtco hotu'B, 0 to 11:30 a. 1:80 to 4:30, and 7 to 8 i). in. Sun- 1 13 to 2 p. ra. No. 49 North Main ANK i . HARRIS. ‘tfiTi Mmifl 8tor«. Mwdolln, . Md Banjo I4M0IML TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Counting Room, .... 57.2 Editorial Room, .... 57.3 U. S. DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATHER BUREAU. Yesterday’s Weather. Meteoiologioal report of this city tot the M f c Snow 0.00- Prevailing wind W. Temperture a t 13 m to- i.day 80 above zero. The Weather. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—-Partly cloudy to-mght, Wednesday warmer; cloudy and probalbly rain or snow by night; variable winds. AVilliam E. Murphy, Jr., has gone a AMsit to New York. Aliss Gertrude Fonda, who has been visiting in this city, returned yester­ day to her home in Fonda. R. T. McKeever, general passenger agent of the Rutland nailnoad, was the city for a short time yesterday ternoon. Hon. Daniel Hays, Mr. and Mrs. W. Judsom, Mlrs. Catharine Johnson and Miss Sarah Johnson left on the noon train for Florida. The memibers 6f the McKeever Rifle corps are making extensive prepara­ tions for their fair, avhich will be held from Api'il 7 to 14. The jury in the case of Charles K. Lair against Albert Seelow of Bleecker .0 turned a verdict about 6 o’clock last evening awarding the plaintiff $25 dam- Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nellis, who have been spending a few days of their wed­ ding trip with the bride’s aunt, Mrs. A. Wagner, have returned to their home in Canajohari?. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Frank and young daughter, of 13G School street, have gone to Washington, D. C., to visit William Hall and family. They will remain until March 1. The Adelphi minstrel troupe of this city has been engaged to give a per­ formance in Dolgeville and will pre­ sent their show in that village on the evening of March 3. The movement to have Dr. Munhall hold a series of revival meetings in this city has resulted in the revivalist being engaged for a number of nights, commencing November S. Aliss Mattie Simmons left this morn­ ing for Sweatly, Pa. At the home of her parents on Cayadutta street last evening a party was held in her honor and those in attendance had a very pleasant time. Postmaster Cyrus Durey of Johns­ town is recovering from his recent se­ vere Illness a s fast as could be expect­ ed. It will be some time, however,be­ fore he Avill again be seen at his usual place In the postofflee. The next hospital euchre party will he held at Mills hall Saturday after­ noon, commencing at 2:30 o’clock. Among the recitations which will he given by Airs. J. C. Bleyl will be Kip­ ling’s famous poem, \The absent mind­ ed beggar.” A benefit dancing party will he given iu Mills ball on the evening of March 0, for the purpose of aiding Miss Mary O’Donnell, and tickets for the affair will be sold for 25 cents. Messrs. Gaut & Hubbard have donated the use of the hall and Parkman’s orchestra will give its services. James Bruce, the elderly man who was injured on the electric railroad track between this city and Johnstown, last Friday night, and has since been at the Nathan Littauer hospital, was discharged from that institution yes­ terday and has since gome to his heme at West Bush. Arrangements are being made to liave a lecture given in Mills hall a t an early date by J. Z. Armstrong of Syra­ cuse, who was formerly pastor of the First M. E. church of this city, A num- ber'of'Mr. Armstrong’s friends have the matter in charge and it is pro-bable that a large audience will h ear the for­ mer pastor deliver <>ne of his famous lectures. > By an oversight, the name of George M. Place has been opiitted among the names on the list of donors towards the $600 fund for tli,e purchase of new books for the Gloveraville Free libra­ ry. The following is a corrected list: Messrs, D. 'Hays, W. C. Mills, S. H. Shotwell, A. D. L. Baker, W. D. West, John C. Allen, C. W. Judson, George M. Place, R. B. Parsons, John McNab and H. D. Wright. Rich assortment of high grade spring neckwear, all shapes, 25c„ 50c., 7Gc. J. R. Newman & Sons. In Recorder’s Court. .Tumes Rnlhbun, who claims that ho realdos la Montgomery county, near Iho town of Glen, came to this city yes- lenlny, alleging to bo In search of work, but before trying to sccuro a place he Hncccodod In goitlng Intoxlcalod and was lUTosicd by OlUccr Shear, Thld morning he was arraigned hofore Ho- cordor Wood, pleaded guilty lo tlio elmrgonmlnns sent i« the Fiiltou I’oimty jail In tlcfjulb of a duo o l $3i» DEDICATION EXERCISES. Joyous and Impressive Services at North Main Street Chureh. After ten veal's 0 ! hard labor on the paii't of the pastors and congregatioa of the North Main street M, E. church,the handsome structure on North Main street was to-day dedicated for relig­ ious worship, and the members of the church have reason to feel proud of the edilice. as it is a fine one, and the con­ gregation and pastor are deserving of much credit for the persistency of the efforts which have mfade ■ possible the completion of the church. The society originally held its ser­ vices im the parsonage and in 1890 commenced the erection of a church building. The structure, which was ol wood, was enclosed in 1892 and the first services were held in the lecture room in that year under the pastorship of Rev. Eugene Wiseman.' Following the completion of the dacture room ’ came the hard times and work on the other part of the church was necessarily suspended. About three years ago, umder the pastorate of Rev. W. Groat, the task of completing the build­ ing was commenced and it was enclos- , ed with brick. Then work was begun on the auditorium and to-day the years of work were finished when the latter was thrown open to the public and the congregation had the pleasure of view­ ing for the first time the beautiful in­ terior of the edifice. The auditorium has a steel ceiling, handsomely em­ bossed, and the panels on the side of the church are decorated in an orna­ mental and pleasing style. The floors are covered with rich new carpets and the pews are of quartered oak, made in the latest design in patterns and are models of ease land comfort. The choir loft is immediately in the rear of pulpit platform and has a handsoimely designed front. The furnishings of the pulpit and altar are of a rich nature and harmonize with the offher furnish­ ings of the auditorium. The auditorium is also provided with a horseshoe gallery and makes the to­ tal seating capacity of the 'church, 1,000. For the services this afternoon the pulpit platform was decorated with several large palms and over the choir gallery in large white letters, ti'immed. with evergreen, w'ere the words: “The Lord is in His holy temple.” The sex'- vices commenced a t 2:30and the church was thronged with the members and their friends. The local clergy was well represented a t the exercises and the music and remarks of the speakers were of special interest. This evening Mish Ethel Penny will slug and the chorus will render selections. Rev. C. N. Sims, D. D., LiL. D., of Syracuse,wlll preach the sermon. IM A SERIOUS CONDITION. Will De Rose Escaped His Attendants while Delirious. For some time past Will DcRose has been confined to his apartments a t the hotel on South Main street formerly conducted by Louis Vlens, suffering from erysipelas and blood poisoning. Last night while his attendants were temporarily absent the patient became wildly delirious, and jumping from his bed, ran from the building in very scanty attire. His absence was immed­ iately noticed, however, and fi'leiids on leaving the building, found the unfor­ tunate man crawling about the street his hands and knees. 'They suc­ ceeded in taking him back to his room with -very little difficulty, but it was feared that the shock of the exposure would result in fatal consequences, and as soon as possible, physicians, were summoixed. This morning a con­ sultation was held, as the unfortunate man’s condition seemed to he growing worse, and it is still feared that the re­ covery of the patient is an uncertain matter. Since his escape last evening the patient has been closely watched, as a repetition of the exposure would probably cause immediate and most serious results. Glove/Men in Town. At the Windsor: M. D. Shipman, DeKalb, 111. A. L. Fielene, Boston. hanks for the deep sympat . and many kindnesses shown by neigh­ bors and friends during the sickness and death of his wife. Also for the many beautiful floral tributes so kindly sent. Mrs. Frank Herdman has moved her dressmaking parlors .to No. 37 Wash­ ington street, Don’t forgot the Washington supper ir. the Congregational church Thurs­ day ovonlng, February 22. It will pay you to wait and sec tho mou’s and boys’ footwear J. OR. New­ man & Sons will have for sale about \A'e will wash all your elothoB, Wn will h U u ’H i nil that need It, We will iron ilm 'plain oiwfl, All nt 'ie. per pound, ASH & DiriLLlDS. Hubti'Tlhn for Tljo l/oiiilor. Silk Waists. Just come in from a prominent New l^f Y o r k manufacturer and will be placed on sale Thursday morn­ ing 11 III The quantity is not large and should be sold quickly, as we never have offered as good values in waists before for less than $6. • Colors and Black, beautifully made, French back, completely covered with fine tucking front, back and sleeves. S e e W i n d o w . Kitchen Department. Only a limited amount to spend and so many things needed in the kitchen. But there’s no question as where to buy to make the money go the furthest. Where to buy to the best possible advantage. Look at these specials for Thursday: Five yard packages of shelf paper, all colors, Bottle o f Machine Oil, Machine O il Cans, Paring Knives, Can Opener, Dish Mops, White Metal Table Spoons, Large Graters, Package o f Picture Wire, Box of Anti-Rust Carpet Tacks, Pad Locks with two Keys, Enameline Stove Polish, 3x6 inch Stand Dishes, Granite SoapMirrors, Pastry Boards, Slightly Damaged in Shipping. Iliis. l.iiilUcialiM. llis.3,4it15GiinlsEact. M A R T IN & N A Y L O R , T E L E P H O N E 2 1 0 SPECIAL SALE In Men’s Shoes. No two pair alike or of the same size. If we have your size you get them at 1-3 there value. See Window Display. W I L L A R D , xo South Main Stnet. Pillsbury’s Daisy Flour niddlings. A great milk producer for dairymen. The very finest, quality for stock feed. We have bought them at a figure that makes price to you very cheap. Moi’cUaul MJlloi’ii, T«lepho«o 127. 1440 West Ot, T o o L . 3 t o ..... FOR...... C h r i s t m s s . FULL LINE . Kodaks. NO KODAK BUT THE EASTMAN. Solio, Dekko and Sepia printing papers. n ’s F u . Alvord&Ialto 37 N. Main Street. HELLO 82-2. We guarantee our 11 in nc stop itching and remove dandruff in one week. 50c Bottle. Chas. E. Patrick, Siicee,iHoi' U) Iloiiclt & I’ali’lclt, Di'USiilBti, 14 0, Main fit. Toloplioiio 054. T h e iVe'w “Lamson and Hubbard” Hat for Spring on sale to-day. Spring styles of this popular make of hat in Black and all the new colors. One of the points that makes this hat in demand is the very light weight, and its being so soft and easy fitting On the head! If you have trouble in getting a hat to fit your head, w st try on one of these perfect fitting derbys. W . P . L e f f e r t s & S o n , HATS, FURS, MEN’S FURNISHINQS. NORTH MAINkSTREET. GLOVERSVILLE OCEAT CLOSING OUT SALE Since we announced our closing out sale a large amount of merchandise has been sold, but there is still a large stock to be disposed of before we vacate. The balance of our stock must go. Prices have been cut so deep that Gloversville’s purchasing public will know that this is the greatest cut price sale ever held in town. Coi'tlcelll sewing silk, lOO yd. spool. Coate’s Cotton, colors only, 3 Hooks amii «yes,s, a boxx foror Gc.c. Hooks am «ye a bo f G Children's dresses, '21c., 25c., 39c. Children’s lioadwear^ 10c., IGc., 25. Outing flannel night gowns, ■worti ,00, at fi9e. Plauncl waists, $1.50 quality, at 75c. Dress skirts, take your choice a t Infants’ oldordown cloaks at $1.00. Mackintoshes, 98c. Percale .waists, $1.00 and $1.50 kind, at 50c. Corsets, 31c„ 43c., R. & G. corscts,80c. Trimmed hats, 50c. and 70c. Velvet Avalsts a t $2.00. Deep cut in prices of house wrappers, dressing sacqucs> feathers, flowers, ribbons, velvets, umbrellas, collarettes, etc* I I uaic#’ and inCanU' OiUllttoin, 2Q N. Main, Corner Churob St.

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