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VOL. VI. No. 24. FROM SUBURBAN POINTS. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE OF NEIGHBORING TOWNS. News anl Notes of the Doings and Trav elings of Our Neighboring Residents at Drifton, Jeddo and Uppor Lehigh Told by Our Correspondents. DRIFTON ITEMS. John J. MeNelis was at Wilkes-Barre on Thursday attending to business. A valuable mule was accidentally killed in No. 2 slope on Friday. Miss Mary Dayis has returned after a brief visit to Nanticoke friends. Edward O'Donnell is among those who arc ill. James C'arr, of Wilkes-Barry, is visit ing relatives in this section. William Gallagher has accepted a position with the D. S. & S. company as car inspector. Mrs. P. M. Boyle and son Willie' are on a short visit to Philadelphia friends. George Brobstand wife, of Allentown, are visiting the lattor's parents at this place. Miss Celia Gallagher, of Freeland, and Sarah Boyle, of Beaver Meadow, were here visiting on Friday. William Jones is off on a trip to the World's fair. Chief Operator Butz, of the D. S. & S. left on Saturday for a trip to the World's fair. Dr. John S.'Wentz and wife, of Scran ton, are spending a few days with his par ents here. During an altercation between soveral men here the other night George Bob ener had his leg badly injured. He was taken to Hazleton hospital. Misses Mary Tolan and Mary McGill, two accomplished young ladies of Wilkes-Barre, spent a few days here last week. There was quite an interesting game of ball here on Saturday between the Fearnots and a club from Upper Lehigh. The Fearnots won by a score of 5 to 4. Conrad Hoch and wife are at the World's fair this week. Perry Wentz will leavo here on Wed nesday to attend school at Lawrenco ville, N. J. James Heency, of Rock|>ort, spent yesterday here with friends. A great game of ball was played yes terday between the Fearnots and the Bloods. The latter won by 12 to 0. Ilov. J. P. Buxton, during a visit at Laurytown last week, leaned against a defective bridge railing, while viowing the mountain, which gave way and caused him to fall on a pilo of stones. He was slightly injured, but is now recovered. UPPER LEHIGH NOTES. Joseph Krommes, a miner in No. 2 shaft here, was badly injured on Fri day by a fall of roof. He was taken to Hazleton hospital, where n piece of rock which had hecomo imbedded in his skull was removed. He is lying in a critical condition. William Wilmot, of Willmrton, was in town visiting his parents on Saturday. On Saturday evening the Tarriers held an indignation meeting over the defeat of tho Home Rule bill. Many fiory speeches were made and resolutions wero adopted calling for the abolishment of tho House of Lords. The Blizzard made a motion to have a copy of them senl by cable to W. E. Gladstone, J. P., after which thq club adjourned until next Saturday evening. George McGee moved hts family to Freeland this morning. Rumor has it that Dick & Co. will in a short time take hold of the No. 5 stripping and begin work on a large scale. Three new steam shovels are being put in position. Mrs. Calvin Waldron is among thoso who are on the sick list. Squirrel hunting is being indulged in by our young hunters. Rev. J. W. BischoU enjoyed a visit to White Haven last week. JEDDO NEWS. Anthony J. Ferry, of Silver Brook, made a visit to town last week. Miss Bridget Johnson is visiting rela tives at Lansford. Miss Tessie Timony will leavo today on an extended trip to Philadelphia. Richard Carter was slightly injured in No. 5 slope on Friday. Some of our boys aro becoming pro fessionals at hand ball playing. Tho air is filled with challenges as a result of their progress at the game. Miss Ellie Mulligan is visiting friends at Philadelphia. Miss Bolla Pollitt gave her friends a party last week. It was very nicely gotten up and those who attended on joyed it very much. The base ball club of town has dis banded for the season. The berry pickers finished up the sea son last week. Some of them have large quantities of them stored away for the winter. Miss Mary Burns, of Manch Chunk, is here visiting relatives. A llunawny. From the Standard. Robert Iluntzinger and Anthony Fer ry, better known as Kid, of Silver Brook, hired a horse and buggy at Kunkle's livery stable, and started out for a drive. In some manner the horse became frightened and ran away near Ebervale, breaking the buggy and throwing the occupants out. Iluntzinger was picked up some time afterwards at the Eber vale store, by Undertaker Brislin, of Freeland, in an unconscious condition, who, after considerable shaking, restored him to consciousness, and brought him to this city. It was at first thought that ho was seriously and perhaps fatally injured, but in a short while he regained con sciousness and said he felt all right. He, however, is somewhat bruised and scratched about tRe body, face and hands. To a reporter he stated that it was Ferry'B fault that the horse ran away. Ferry was captured at the Harleigh hotel by Henry Kunkle, who took the horse and what was left of the buggy away from him. Iluntzinger had a watch and some money in his clothes, which was taken by Ferry. They will probably be arrested unless they settle for the damages incurred. Asthma Cured by Lightning;. During the storm which swept over the Wyoming valley Friday afternoon, a Mrs. Siegfritz, of Pond Hill, and her family were seated around the kitchen stove. Lightning struck the house, and descended through the chimney to the stove and thence to the floor. Those around the stove were Bhocked into insensibility and a largo strip of oil cloth on the floor was torn into shreds On recovering it was found that one of the children had a shoo torn off and the foot burned, and a boy who was Buffer ing for years from asthma found himself completely relieved of the disease. A llig Electric Roud. A big traction company, of Scranton, known as the Scranton and Fittstou Traction Company, was chartered at Hurrisburg Friday. The capital, is $1,000,000. The incorporators are Thomas Grim wood, New York; Charles FI. Mullen, Mount Holly Springs; William F. Sad ler, Carlisle; John T. Lenahan, Wilkes- B.irre; Lemuel Amerman, Scranton; Louis A. Watres, Scranton. Work was also begun upon another big trolley road to connect Nanticoke, Glen Lyon, Alden and Wanamio. Tliey Used lleer Glasses. Batiste and Masino Marchette, two brothers hoarding on Main street met Daniel Enama, in a saloon in the Points on Saturday night. They quarrelled about some trifling matter and Enama got struck with a beer glass on the head. Dr. McDonald dressed the wound, putting eight stitches in it. Enama swore out a warrant before Squire Buck ley for the arrest of the Marchettes. At tho hearing they were hold to await the result of Enama's injuries. John Yannes became their bondsman. Kicked by a Horse. Patrick Carey, Jr., a six-year-old son of Patrick Carey, of Centre street, Five Points, while playing in the rear of his father's residence on Saturday morning was kicked by a vicious horse owned by the Freeland Beef Co. The boy's fnce is badly disfigured, and his skull frac tured. The horse was lose and was grazing on the vacant lots when the accident occurred. The physicians have very poor hopes of the child's recovery. An Abstruse Quotation. The following has been contributed by a gentleman of.town, with special there quest that some one, other than tho editor, will explain it: "Who says that my soul Bball live. That the spirit canNiever die. If God was content, when I was not, Why not, when I have passed by?" BUSINESS BRIEFS. Try Fackler's home-made bread and rolls—baked fresh every morning. Picnics supplied with ice cream, cakes, etc., by Laubach at reasonable rates. I will give special inducements in my store this week. Come and see and get some of the bargains. J. C. Beiner. "Orange Blossom" makes handsome children, becauso it makes mothers strong and well. Sold by A. Oswald. FREELAND, PA., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1893. BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. LOCAL JOTTINGS GATHERED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Little Ones of Interest About People You Know and TliingH You Wish to Hear About—What tho Folks of This Vicinity Arc Doing. Tho Tigors defeated Leviston at the park yesterday afternoon, 14 to 7. A true bill of murder was found against Joseph Broskosky on Saturday. It is announced that Geo. B. Markle's hank in Portland, Oregon, has resumed business. The Slatington News is twenty-five years old, and is apparently enjoying health and prosperity. B. F. Davis was on Thursday elected a member of the Republican county committee from this district. The Mayberry band will hold their picnic on Saturday next. The band is preparing to show all who attend a good time. Abe Stroh has procured a patent on an improved grate bar, which is said to be superior to anything yet on the market. The report of the viewers on tho ex tension of Pine street will be laid before court this morning by J. D. Hayes, bor ough solicitor. The Lutheran missionary festival in the Pulic park yesterday was a success. The preaching and singing was listened to attentively by a large crowd. "The Lady of Chicago" is a musical comedy, and is brim full of good catchy music, excellent specialties, and good comedy actions, by a great company. True bills were found against Geo. Malinky and Mike Pasternak for selling wilhout license. The bill against Fer dinand Polli for the same was ignored. The TUIBUNE last week received an elegant line of samples of ball pro grammes. tickets and wedding invita tions. The designs are nearly all new, and are low priced. The Easton league club was defeated at Jeanesvillo on Friday by a scoro of 10 to 7. Keener and Fairhurst was the battery for Jeanosville, and Bachmun of town, second base. The latter bad 2 runs, 3 kits and 5 outs to his credit. A union meeting will be held in the South Ilcberton M. E. church tomorrow evening. All churches favoring union are invited to send representatives. Meetings for the same purpose will bo held weekly, alternately, in the various churches of town. The petition of the residents of the Points and Ilirvanton was laid before tlie grand jury on Saturday. J. D. Hayes, attorney for the petitioners, and W. J. Eckert, 11. M. Breslin and Condy O. Boyle were examined. The petition was approved, and signed by the foreman of tho jury. The concert given by the Mayberry band in front of the Central hotel on Saturday evening attracted a very large crowd. The music of the band was highly appreciated and the cornet solo performed by Master Morgan DeFoy received much deserved applause from the people. The fifty-first anniversary of the Wyoming Baptist Association will be held in Plymouth on September 20 and 21, in the F'irst Baptist church, of which Rev. John Hague, formerly of this sec tion is pastor. A bible school conven tion, will also bo held on tho 19th, at which Rev. C. A. Spaulding of town, will deliver an address. Married at St. Ann's. Yesterday afternoon Charles McGill, of Highland, and Miss Colia Faltz, of town, were united in marriage by Rev. M. J. Fallihee at St. Ann's church. The bridesmaid was Miss Hannah McGill, of Jeddo, and ther groomsman, James Quinn, of Highland. After the ceremony the wedding party enjoyed a drive through the surrounding country and in the evening returned to the home of the bride's parents, on Cen tre street, where a grand reception was held. The young couple are well and favorably known and start life with the best wising of their liOHt of friends. World's Fuir Prizes. Four great choirs sang in Festival ball at the World's fair on Friday in the chief choral competition of the Colum bian eisteddfod. It was the most im portant event of the great Welsh festi val, the event for which the greatest prize was offered and in which the most people were interested. The competing choirs were the Cymrodorian Choral So ciety, of Scranton, Dan Protheroe, direc tor; the Scranton Choral Union, of Scran ton, Hayden Evans, director; the Salt Lake City £abcrnaclo Choir; and tho Western lteservo Choral Union of Cleve land. I ho Scranton Choral Union was given the first prize of SSOOO. Tho Salt Lake City Choir got the second prize of SIOOO. The Alexander's quintette, of Luzerne county, consisting of Jos. P. Burns, Richard Williams, Emma Bauer, and Sirs. Thos. and Sadie Kaiser, won first prize in tho contest in which they took part. Tho Wilkes-Barre male chorus was defeated in a contest with a choir from Cardiff, Wales. Richard Williams, of Kingston, also won a tenor solo prize, and Jos. P. Burns, of Wilkes-Barre, a baritone solo. The prize for the duet was won by Watkins and Stephens, of Scranton, with Burns and Williams a close second. FriiitM of Advertising. Advertising whether it is to make known bargains or find strayed Hungarians. An incident of the latter is at hand. The notice which appeared in the last two issues of the THIBUNE, re questing information about Geo. Mager, of Upper Lehigh, was read by everyone who picked up the paper. It had the expected result. On Thursday afternoon a letter was received at this office from H. Ballantine, baggage master on the L. V. R. R., stating that on August 27 the man had jumped off a passenger train at Lumber Yard and got hurt. Mr. Ballantine and Mr. Schwisker, a fellow workman took the man to Hazle ton hospital, where he was found, and is now at home in Upper Lehigh. ••The Lady of Chicago." From tho Wilkes-Barre Leader. A big crowd filled Music Hall Thurs day night—a crowd seeking entertain ment and a gratification of their curiosi ty regarding the farce comedy by Frank Humphrey. The musical skit was well received ami tho songs by Harry B. Roche were especially popular. The orchestra which is composed of several former members of the Ninth Regiment band, is an excellent organization throughout, ami their part of the per formance was generously recognized. At Freeland opera house this ovening. Reserved seats at Christy's. PERSONALITIES. Mrs. Geo. S. Christian, is on a visit to the World's fair. David I'. Jones and James J. Brobst are on a trip to Kansas and the World's fair. Miss Bessie Rowland, of Wilkes-Barre, was visiting friends here the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kerschner, of Tamaqua, were with relatives here last week. James Timony, of tho Points, is tak ing in the sights at the World's fair this week. Miss Hannah Brennan returned from Philadelphia last week to spend a short vacation at home. Miss Lina Lloyd, of town and Miss Williams, of Drifton, are on a visit to the family of Thos. Snook, Lansford. Raymond E. Meyers, Freeland's most popular jeweler, called on his friend F. C. Forschner this morning.— Nanticoke News. Mrs. Wm. Jacquot and Mrs. Seifert, of Jeddo, returned homo Monday fol lowing a pleasant visit to the family of John Auge on Bridge street.—Lehighton Advocate. J. B. Laubach, of town, Stanley and Anthony Rudowick,of South Ilerberton, and Michael Mulligan, of Upper Lehigh, have returned from a week's angling at South Pond, near Shickshinny. FREELAND OPERA HOUSE. JOHN J. WELSH, Manager. Monday Even'g Sept. //. Now for Hilarity! HUMPHREY'S COMEDIANS IN THE LADY OF CHICAGO. A Company of 20—ACTORS—30 Includipg John J. Kennedy, everybody's fa vorite; Acida Corona, petite and pretty: Harry lb Roche, an eccentric entertainer; Nellie Hey wood, jolly and Jovial. The beet orchestra traveling 1 accompanies this organization. Don't fail to hoar at noo \ in front of tho Central hotel. FREE CONCERT by the Brass Band. PRICES : 35 and 50 Cents. Reserved Seats at Christy's Book Store. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Estate of Elizabeth Evans, late of Foster township, deceased. Letters of administration upon tho above-named estate having been grunted to the undersigned, till persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims or demands, to present tho sumo without delay, to Thomas Evans, administra tor. John D. llayes, attorney. Y ■ LETTTGH VALLEY RAILROAD. I Anthracite coal used exclu §l cleanliness and ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. MAY 14, 1893. LEAVE FREELAND. 6 05, 8 47, 9 40. 10 41 a m, 12 25, 1 !J2, 2 27, 3 45, 4 65, 0 58, 7 12, 8 47 p m, for Drifton, Jeddo. Lum i er Yard, Stockton and Hazleton. 0 05 a m, 1 32, 3 45, 4 55 p m, for Maucli Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Phila.. Easton and New York. 9 40 a in for Bethlehem, Easton and Phila. 7 26, 10 50 a m, 1216,4 34 p in, (via Highland i ranch) for White Haven, Glen Summit, Wilkea larre, Pitts ton and L. and U. Junction. SUNDAY TRAINS. 11 40 a m and 3 45 p m for Drifton, Jeddo, Lum per Yard and Hazleton. 3 45 i) m for Delano, Mahanoy City, Shenan • oah, New York and Philadelphia. ARRIVE AT FREELAND. 5 50, 7 00, 7 26, 9 18, 10 56 a m, 12 16, 115, 213, 4 3-1, 0 58 and 837 p ni, from Hazleton, Stockton, Lumber Yard. Jeddo and Drifton. 7 26, 9 18, 10 66 a m, 2 13, 4 .'l4, 058 p m from Delano, Mahanoy City and Shenandoah (via New Huston Branch). 1 15, 0 58 and 8 37 p m from New York, Easton, Philadelphia, Bethlehem, Allentown uud Mauch Chunk. 9 18 and 10 56 a m, 1 15, 6 58 and 8 37 p m from Easton, Phila., Bethlehem and Mnuch Chunk. 9 18,10 41 am, 2 27,0 58 p m from White Haven, Glen Summit, Wilkes-Barre. Pittston und L. and B. Junction (via Highland Brauch). SUNDAY TRAINS. 11 31 n m and 331 p m, from Hazleton, Lum ber Yard, Jeddo and Drifton. 11 31 a m from Delano, liuzlcton, Philadelphia and Easton. 3 31 p in from Delano and Mahanoy region. For further information inquire of Ticket Agents. it. H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt. Eustern Div. A. W. NONNEMACHEU, Ass't O. P. A. South Bethlehem, Pa. DELAWARE SUSQUEHANNA AND -1 SCHUYLKILL RAILROAD. Time table in effect September 3, 1893. Trains leave Drifton for Jeddo, Eckley, Hazio Brook, Stockton, Beaver Meadow Koad, Koun and lluzlcton Junction at 0 00, 0 10 am, 12 10, 4 09 p in, dally except Sunduy, and 7 03 u in, 2 38 p in, Sunday. Trains icavo Drifton for Harwood, Cranborry, Tomhickcn ami Deringer at 0 (X) u in, 12 10 p m, daily except Sunduy; and 7 03 a m, 2 38 p m, Sunday. Trains leavo Drifton for Oneida Junction, Ilarwood Koad, Humboldt Hoad, Oneida ami Sheppton atO 10 a ni, 1210, 4 09 p m, daily except Sunday; and 7 03 a in, 2 38 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Ilarwood, Cranberry, Tomhickcn ami Deringer at 037 a in, 1 49 p m, daily except Sunday; and 8 47 a m, 4 18 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Oneida Junction, Hurwo<wl Koad, Humboldt Koud, Oneida and Sheppton at 0 47, 9 10 a m, 12 40, 4 39 pm, daily except Sunday; and 7 40 a m, 308 p in, Sunday. Trains leave Deringor for Tomhieken, Cran berry, Harwood, Hazleton Junction, Koun, Heaver Meadow Koad. Stockton, Hazlo Brook, Eckley, Jeddo and Drifton at 2 40, 007 p in, daily except Sunday; and 9 37 u m, 507 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Sheppton for Oneida, Humboldt Koad, Harwood Hood, Oneida Junction, Hazlo ton Junction a d Koun at 7 52, 10 10 a m, 115, 5 25 p in, doily except Sunday; and 8 14 a m, 3 45 p m, Sunduy. Trains leave Sheppton for Heaver Meadow Koad, Stockton, Hazlo Brook, Eckley, Jeddo ami Drifton at 10 10 a ra. 5 25 p in, daily, except Sunday; and 8 14 a in, 3 45 p in, Sunday. Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Beaver Meadow Koad, Stockton, HazlC Brook, Eckley, Jeddo und Drifton at 10 38 u m, 3 11, 5 47, 038 p in, daily, except Sunduy; and 10 08a m, 5 38 p m, Sunday. All trains connect at Hazleton Junction with electric curs for Hazleton, Jeanesville, Audcn ried and other points on Lehigh Traction Go's. It. K. Trains leaving Drifton at 610 am, Hazleton Junction at 9 10 u ni, and Sheppton at 7 52 a m, 1 15 p m, connect at Oneida Junction with L. V. K. It. trains east and west. Train leaving Drifton at 6 (JO a m. makes con nection at Deringer with P. K. it. truiu for Wilkes-liarre, Sunbury, Hurrisburg, etc. E. B. COXE, DANIEL COXE, Prcsideut. Superintendent. GEO. CHESTNOfr LEADER OF GREAT BARGAINS, has a line line of Boots and Shoes. Every Variety. Best Material.. Good Workmanship. Reasonable Prices. NOVELTIES. TOYS. Etc., OF EVEItY KIND. See our hundsome stock of footwear—the largest and liest in town. Custom-made work a specialty and repairing done on the promises. 93 Centre street, Freeland. bTj. FERRY'S SALOON is the place to net a frcxh ylass of RINGLER S HELL GATE or • - ROCHESTER BEER. Fine Temperance Drinks. Flrxt-elanx clynrs are always kept in stock, aim the wry bent yradex of unnc, claret, brandy, pin, whisky and porter. Centre and South Sts., Freeland. Helper's Steam Marble Works. COR. 1. ATJRSL NRI MINE STREETS. Monuments, l Headstones, Belli er at cost f.i- e.'Yt thirty la.\ Iron and teivauiu Stonos, Window Caps, Door Sills, Mantels, Grates, Coping, Cemetery Supplies. PHILIP K EI PER, PROP., Ilazleton. WANTED.— Girl for general housework. Inquire at Dr. McKnight's, Main street. XpOK SALE.—House and lot on Centre street, r Kreeland; house, 82x23; lot 125x25. For further particular!apply at this office. TOST.— A young hound, white, with dark j brown oars, black spot on tail, a scur under the neck, und answers to the name of Toby. Liberal rewnrd will be paid upon its re turn to Charles Dusheck, Freeland. A If DEPARTURE THE New York Clothiers, JACOBS & BARASCH Have transformed their establishment To a One Price Clothing Store. Every garment in our stock has been marked in plain figures, and the prices placed so very low that we defy competition. We will guarantee our friends and the public in genci-al Honest Crocd.© for Honest INCoiiey, and to be convinced we ask you kindly to come and in spect our stock of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing, Gents' Furnish ing Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc., and see if wc don't mean exactly as we say. Good Goods for Least Money. One Price to All. Pine Tailoring Our Specialty. Thanking you for past favors, We are, respectfully, • NEW YORK TAILORS, | JACOBS & BARASCH, 37 CENTRE STREET. ffrni i I.IDA V.- will be closed Monduy, Sei>- tcmbcr 11, until C p. m. GREAT BARGAINS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Notions, Rag Carpet, Boots and Shoes, Flour and Feed, Wood and Tin and Quce tinware, Willowware, Tobacco, Table and Floor Cigars, Oil Cloth, Etc., Etc. A celebrated brand of XX flour always in stock. Fresh Roll Butter and Fresh Eggs a Specialty. My motto is smnll profits and quick Hales. I always have fresh goods and am turning my stock every mouth. Therefore every article is guaranteed. AMANDUS OSWALD, Northwest Comer PVaalnnJ and Front Streets, 4?ieeJUUU. DePIERRQ - BROS. = CAFE.= CORNER OF CENTRE AND FRONT STREETS, Freeland, Pa. Finest Whiskies in Stock. Gibson, Dougherty, Kaufcr Club, liosonbluth's Velvet, of which we liavo Exclusive Sale in Town. Mumm's Extra Dry Chumimgne, Ilcnncssy Brandy, Hluekberrj*, Gins, Wines, Clarets, Cordiuis, Etc. Imported and Domestic Cigars. OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. Ilam and Schweitzer Cheese Sandwiches, Sardines, Hie. MEALS - AT - ALL - HOURS. Ballentine and Ilazleton beer on tap. Baths, Hot or Cold, 25 Cents. WM. WEITRMANN, German - Watchmaker. Centre Street, Efcye Points, Freeland. WATCHES AND CLOCKS FOR BALE. Kopitin i: oi 11 ry >L-scrip' npr mptl.v tended to and iruura ' Gold and silver | i-latin. i'kANClo Restaurant. 151 South Centre street, Freeland. (Near the L. V. It. 11. depot.) CHOICEST— LIQUOR, BEER, ALE, PORTER BEST GIGARS AND -ON TAP. TEMPERA NCE DRINK. j. p. MCDONALD, Corner of South and Centre Streets, has the most complete stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, LADIES' and DENTS' DRY GOODS, FINE FOOFCWEAU, Ete. In Freeland. PRICES ARE BOUND TO PLEASE. $1.50 PER YEAR. JOHN D. HAYES, Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Legal business of all kinds promptly attended Room 3, 2d Floor, Birkbeck Brick. jyj IIALPIN, Manufacturer of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, &c. Cor. Walnut and Pine Streets, Freeland. QIIAS. ORION STROH, Attorney and Counselor at Law, AND Justice of the Peace. Office Booms No. 31 Centre Street, Freeland. JOHN M. CARR, Attorney-at-Law. 15 8. Franklin street, Wilkes-Bnrre, Pa. All Legal Businets Promptly Attended To. Alex. Shollack, Bottler of BEER, - PORTER, - WINE, and all kinds of Liq U U II 8. Cor. Washington and Walnut streets, Freeland. LIBOK WINTER, BUT t BYSTEH Sill! No. 13 Front Street, Freeland. The finest liquor and cigars on sale. Fresh beer always on tap. A, W. WASHBURN, Builder of Light and Heavy Wagons. REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PINE AND JOHNSON STS., FHKELAND. CONDY OTBOYLE, dealer iu Liquors, Wine, Beer, Etc. I The finest brands of domestic and I imported whiskey on sale at his now and handsome saloon. Fresh ltochcs- jfc tor and Bullontlne beer uud Young- I ling's porter on tup. Centre - Street, - Five - Points. WEIQER & ZANIT, We are located above Meyer's Jewelry store and have on hand a fine line of goods, which will be done up in the latest styles at a very moderate price. Our aim is to satisfy and WE ASK FOB A TBIAL. Repairing Promptly Executed. G. B. Payson, D. D. S.. DiNf isT. FREELAND, PA. Located permanently in Birkbcck's building, room 4, second iloor. Special attention paid to all branches of dentistry- Painless Extraction. All work guaranteed. Office hours: 8 to 12 A. M.; 1 to 5 P. M.; 7 to U P. M. GEORGE FISHER, dealer in FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, BOLOGNA, SMOKED MEATS, ETC., ETC. Call at No. ft Walnut street, Freeland, or wait for the delivery wagons. VERY LOWEST PRICES. Dr. H. E. Nyer's DENTAL PARLORS. H. W. MONROE, Manager. CAMPBELL'S BUILDINI;, CK.NTK; STREET. Teeth fiilrd and w&fte > etth all work ovaii \U' 1 COTTAGE HOTEL, Main and Washington Streets. M-OYER, PROPRIETOR. Good accommodation and attention given to permanent and transient guests. Well-stocked bur and fine pool and billiard room. Free bus to and from ail trains. 4*- STABLING ATTACHED, A. Goeppert, proprietor of the Washington House, 11 Walnut Street, above Centro. The best of whiskies, wines, gin cigars, etc. Call iu when in that part of the town. j Fresh Beer ami Porter 011 Tap.