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VOL. VIII. NO. GO. WEEK OF CONVENTIONS, POLITICIANS KEPT BUSY MAKING TICKETS FOR THE VOTERS. Freeland Democrats Have Their Ilorougli and South Ward Nominations Made. Three Tickets Are Already Out in Fos ter—Names of the Candidates. The Democratic delegates of tho bor ough assembled in the upper iloor of the opera houso building on Tuesday even ing. A large number of citizens were gathered in tho hall and considerable quiet discussion was indulged in beforo the meeting was called to order. There was no excitement aroused at any time during tho evoning, owing to tho fact that the principal candidates had all been agreed upon at a previous caucus, and tho meeting was thoroughly har monious from start to finish. John Conahan, .chairman of last year's con vention, called the meeting to order and received tho credentials of tho delegates. All those wiio wore elected at Saturday evening's primaries wero present, with tho exception of M. E. Fritzingor, of tho first district, and Peter D. Gallagher, of tho second, who were substituted by D. J. Boner and Con McColo. John B. Ilanion was elected parmanont chair man and James B. Ferry secretary. Rules prepared by a committee appoint ed last year were adoptod without any alterations, and the convention was governed accordingly. Tho rules are as follows: 1. Tho Democratic convention of the borough of Freeland shall bo composed of at least fifteen delegates, who shall be elected as follows: Throe delegates from each election district of the bor ough; one delegate-at-largo from each ward, and one delogatb-at-largo from a concurrent vote of tho borough. 2. Tho delegates to tho convention shall bo elected in the manner proscrib ed by tho rules governing the primary elections of the party. 3. Should a regularly elected delegate be not able to serve in tho convention, either through sickness, injury, or ab sence from home, ~he can appoint a sub stitute to take his place. 4. A substitute delegate must produce a certificate signed by the person elect ed, a justice of the peace, or throo com petent witnesses, to the effect that he has been chosen to represent the duly elected delegate. 5. Under no consideration will the " credentials of a substitute delegate be accepted if lacking in the conditions set forth in section 4 of those rules. 6. The temporary chairman of the con vention may bo a inembor of the stand ing committee of the party in tho bor ough, or ho may bo chosen by a major ity vote of the delegates whose rights to sit in tho convention are not in dispute. 7. Tho permanent chairman of the convention must bo chosen from among tho dolegatos to tho convention and by a majority vote of the same, and lie shall have n veto upon all matters or ques tions in the convention. 8. No candidate shall bo declared a nominee of the convention unless by a majority vote of the convention. 9. Where thoro are three or more can didates for the same ollice, the conven tion shall proceed by ballot to nominate and after tho third ballet the person re ceiving the lowest number of votes shall be dropped, and so on the next, until a majority vote is cast for a candidate, when he shall be declared the choice of the convention. 10. Under no consideration shall the j- convention declare a recess while a bal lot or balloting is in progress, nor shall any person, not a member of tho con vention, approach a delegate to solicit a vote or to intimidate him or them in any manner whatever while the convention is in session. i 11. No person not a delegato to the 1 convention shall be permitted to addross ( the convention while it is in session, un less by the consent of all the delegates. 12. The delegates from eacli ward may meet in separate meeting or con vention at any time within the limit al lowed by law, after the nominations for borough officers, to nominate district and ward officers; the dolngatc-at-largc from the borough not being eligible to act with the delegates from the wards in nominating tho district and ward tickets. The delegates then proceodod to busi ness and nominated tho following for borough offices: Justice of tho peace—Hugh A. Shovlin. Auditor—Charles O'Donnell. Resolutions endorsing tho Democratic poor district nominees were adopted, after which the convention adjourned until Saturday evening. WARD AND DISTRICT NOMINEES. f The delegates of tho South ward con vened immediately after the adjourn ment of the borough convention and organized by electing James 15. Ferry chairman and John J. Gallagher secre tary. Tho following ticket was nomi nated: Council —Patrick Meelian, three years; John Shigo, ono year. School director—James F. Sweeney. Constable—Honry Looman. Tho district nomincos for tho abovo ward are: Third—Judge, Jos. P. Caroy; inspec tor, Philip C. Miller; register, Patrick Gallagher. Second —Judge, Anthony Gallagher; Inspector, Condy Furoy; register, Thomas Mulhearn. The ward and district nominees for thp. North ward will bo chosou on Satur day ovonlng. The borough and South ward tickets are reasonably certain of election, as , tlioro is a fair Democratic majority aud no open dissatisfaction has been ex pressed. FOSTER TOWNSHIP. llepiiblicanH, Democrats nml Prohibi tion tutu Heady for the Fray. Tho Republican delegates of Foster met at Woodsido school house last night, and were called to order by Richard Probert, tho chairman. For permanent chairman there were throe candidates. Tho first ballot was Walter Richards, Woodsido, 9; Joel Stevens, Ilazle Rrook, 0; John S. Miller, Highland, 5. The second was Richards, 14; Stevens, 6. Tho former was declared chairman. C. W. Barton, of Woodsido, was elected secretary without opposition. Resolu tions endorsing Gilbert Smith, of High land, for poor director, and Jacob Rosenstock, of Wcathcrly, for poor audi tor,. wero*adopted next. The work of placing a ticket in tho field was then taken up. John G. Davis, of South Hobcrton, was nominated for justico of tho peace by a voto of 11 to 9 for Goo. C. Farrar, of Upper Lehigh. Philip Price, of Upper Lehigh, recolv ed 20 votes for constable against none for John Estnor, of Soulh Iloborton, who was also a candidate. Goorgn C. Farrar, of Upper Lehigh, for tliree years, and Thomas Evans, of South Uoborton, for one year, had no opposition for auditors. For school directors tho contest was bitter botwoen the factions. There, were three candidates and the vote was: George Knyrim, Eckloy, 1.1; Philip lirior, Drifton, 13; William Mellon, Upper Le high, 12. Tho first two named woro de clared the nominocs. Thoro were throe candidates for the two nominations of supervisor. Tiie vote was: Evan X. Davis, Sandy Run, 10; August Horn, Upper Lehigh, 13; Owen Moyor, East Fostor, 11. Davis and Horn woro annotmcod as the nomi nees. For treasurer Anthony Rudewick, of South Iloberton, received 11 votes; Au gust Decker, Ilazlo Brook, 5, and Philip Falrchilds, of Pond Crook, 4. Tho for mer Is the nominee. Ilarry Rolfsnydor, of Drifton, was chosen as tho candidate for clerk, hav ing received 11 votes, to 7 for Thomas Argust, of Upper Lehigh, and 2 for Thomas It. Davis, of Upper Lehigh. Witli a few exceptions tho ticket is barren of strength and tho Democrats aro elated at tho opportunty they have to win In tho township. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Foster Democratic delegates mot on Tuesday evening at Woodsido school house. Tho convention was called to order by Chairman T. W. McHugli, who was re-elected to that position. John J. McMenamln was choson secretary. Tho following ticket was nominated: .Supervisors—Henry Krone, South Ilebnrton; Robert Mason, East Foster. School directors—James Hough, South Hcbcrton; Erasmus Snydor, Upper Lo high. Justice of tho peace—Patrick J. Gal lagher, Highland. Constable—l'eter Lockiuan, Drifton. Treasurer—Stephen Eroh, Soutlr He.b crton. Clerk—George Tasock, Eckloy. Auditors—Frank Dover, Woodsido, throo years; William Campbell, Ilazlo Brook, one yeaft^ A resolution endorsing tho Democratic poor district nominees was passed unan imously, and se.aeral of tho delegates made brief addresses upon tho encour aging outlook for a victory at tho polls. Tho township committee will meet the candidates on Saturday evening at J. J. Mailoy's lintel and organizo for tho campaign. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. Fostor Prohibitionists met at their stronghold, Sandy Run, on Saturday evening, and nominated tho following ticket: Supervisors—Peter Marks, George Illndson. School directors—Thomas Jenkins, Jacob Claris. Treasurer— Abraham Galls. Clerk—William Marks. Auditors—Edward Lostor, Alonza Solt. Election officers for Sandy Run dis trict: Judge, Reuben S. Balllett;' in spector, Gilbert North; register, Charles North. CUiuigA or Headquarters* J. lirinton White, of Drifton, will re move to New York city, where ho will tako charge of the Coxe companies' interests. The companies will concen trate all of their principal offices there. A proposition of this kind was suggested while Eckloy 11. Coxo was living, but he would not listen to it, and tho headquar ters of the companies were kept at Drif ton near the mines, it being tho only great coal corporation witli Executive heads outside of the large cities. Mr. Whit 3 will make tho change about the first of next month. Jury on a Hoy's Death. Deputy Coroner McCoombs has cm paneled the following jury to investi gate the death of tho Italian hoy who boy who fell into tho rollers 011 Eckloy breaker last Saturday: John S. Jacobs, D. D. Warner, Wilson Kunkel, Christ Miller, Owen Fowler and A. Donop. Tho jury viewed tho remains on Mon day, and tho testimony will be heard tomorrow evoning. FREELAND, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 189 G. RAILROAD TRACK SANK. Passenger Train Wrecked Near Stockton on Monday Evening. Ono of tho most serious railroad wrecks that have occurred on tho Le high Valley Railroad in years took place on Monday evening at a point between Hazleton and Stockton, when tho pas senger train which passed here at G. 58 o'clock went into a cave hole. Just before the train reached tho point re ferred to there was a cave in the mi no under the track and tho railroad sank about six feet. As it was dark at the time, tho enginoer could not see far ahead. As soon as tho heavy engine came upon tho rails from which the ground support had been taken they sank to tho level of the ground and formed a sort of basin. Tho engine roll ed over on its side and tho huge driving wheels spun around in tho air at a furious rate. Tho. mail car also went over on its sido, but tho passenger coaches wero not overturned. The greatest excitement immediately prevailed and tho passengers, who wore badly shaken up, although not injured, scrambled out of the cars and looked around to soo the extent of tho damage. The steam escaping from the overturned engine made a horriblo noiso and as nothing could be seen of tho onginecr or fireman, a search was made. Engineer Michael Lonzor, of Hazle ton, was found pinioned under the 011- gino and was Instantly killed. His body was also horribly burned by tho escap ing steam. Mr. Lonzer was 45 yoars old and leaves a wife and six children in Hazleton. He had boon an enginoer for fivo years and a fireman for eleven years, and beforo that was a brakoman. Ho was twenty-threo yoars in tho employ of the company. Fireman Fred Myers, ITazlcton, was found In a ditch closo by, where ho was thrown when tho engino wont over. 110 was badly cuton tho head and bruised and was sent to Hazleton hospital. He also sustained Internal injuries, which may provo serious. Ho is 40 years old, lives in Hazleton and has a wife aud two children. Haggagomaster Ilani Ballouttne, of Hazleton was thrown through tho bag gage cur window, but escaped serious injury. Tho conductor of tho train was Goorgo Rooso, also of Ilazloton. All the passengers worn severely shaken up, but none were Injured. The company has been having serious trouble with that stretch of track, as cave-ins are of froquont occurrence and several trains havo had narrow escapes. On several occasions the track has gone down several foot, hut each time lias been discovered before a train dashed into It. The company was just making preparations to move tho track about a mile away from tho present location, so that they would not be over tho mino. Tho engine was completely wrecked. The following jury has boon empan eled by Deputy Coroner McCombs: E. Woolsoy, Reuben llolsef, W. 11. Lawall, George Dubrocht, 11. W. MeCluro and William Laudcrbaeh. They viewed tho body of the victim, after which they went to tho sccno of the wreck. Hand Kntertainnient. The ontortalnmont of St. Patrick's cornet band will bo hold at tho opera house on Saturday evening. Tho mem bers have spared nothing to make this the peer of anything before attempted in tliis line, and the committeo assures tho public that it will bo an entertain ment that no one will regret having paid to soe. Among thoso who are on the programme are a number of singers and performers from Scranton, Allen town, and other cities, besides the very best local talent. Tho prices of admis sion are 1.1 and 21 conts. Rosorvod seat tickots can be obtained at McGottrick's store, South Centre street. A Mother's Terrible Dlscovory. While Mrs. August Chavyak, of Oly pliant, was going to Nauticoko In an electric car, with her year-old son in her arms, sho noticed a peculiar limpnoss in the babe, and on uncovering it was hor rlflod to find tiiat tho child was dead. Tho poor woman was nearly distracted and at once wont into hysterics, and It was all tho other women could do to quiet hor. A sad feature of tho caso was that sho was going to see a lawyer pi order to get a divorco from her hus band, who has treated her cruelly. When asked if the baby had been sick, she replied that it had been slightly ill the day previous. Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of tho mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this tnbe gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entire ly closed deafness is the result, and un less the inflaination can be taken out and Ibis tube restored to its normal con dition, hearing will lie destroyed for ever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by catarrah, which is nothing hut sn in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. EPSold by druggists, 75c. Removal of Machinery Prevented. A preliminary injunction has boon granted by the court of this county to restrain the firm of Linderman & Skeer from removing thoir personal property, consisting of pumps, engines, boilers, breaker machinery, etc., at Stockton. Aftor having operated there several years, the firm early last year notified the land owners, who are incorporated under the name of the Sugarloaf Coal Company, that the lease would not be renewed on the same terms on January 1, when it expired by limitation. A temporary arrangement was entered into by the lessees and the land owners by which Linderman & Skeer consented to continue to work the mines until a new lease was made, or new lessees se en re, d. No arrangements having been made up to January 15, Linderman & Skeer notified the lessors that they would be gin to remove from the premises their property and that the first step would bo to take out the pumps in the lower levels. In order to prevent the opera tors from doing this a bill in equity was filed and the court granted an injunc tion. The consequence of the removal of the pumps would have been the flooding of the mines and a damage to the land owners that would in all likelihood prove beyond repair. It is claimed by those who are familiar with the Stock ton workings that the amount of coal still remaining in the lands would not warrant the expense of draining should [ the mine be flooded. Fate of an Unsuccessful Politician. Goorgo Hlodgott, agnd 03 year.s, of lSuttonwood, Hanover township, hanged himself to a beam In the Ice house ad joining his house early Sunday morning. He used a strap to attach to the beam and to tie about his nock. The strap was too long for the body to swing clear of the floor and the man simply kept lifting his feet off the floor until asphyxiation sot In. Ho must have struggled wildly, for his hands wero bruised and bleeding and his face was scratched up—all the result of contact with the rough boards and beams. Mr. Blodgott is said to have taken to heart his defeat for supervisor in tho township caucus of Saturday night, for on Saturday aftornoon some friends of the rival candidato are said to havo taken Mr, lflodgett away and filled him to uttnr helplessness with In toxicants so that lie could not fight his own causo. Tho fact is also given out that tho man had brooded for sonic time and is said to have, stated quite frequently that he didn't see that ho was any use in tho world. Body of a Woman Found. Hannah, the wife of I'atrlck Breslin, was found on the luouutalii between Buck Mountain and Weatlierly on Sat urday aftornon frozen stiff in a pool of water. Circumstances surrounding the case being suspicious In appearance, the district attorney of Carbon county was notified. From the evidence of com pentent witnesses, it was concluded that the unfortunate woman probably camo to her death by exposure. The circum stances surrounding her last where abouts, briefly stated, are that she in company with three other persons was coining over from Buck Mountain to wards Woathorly one day last Septem ber, when sho refused to go any further. Her companions thinking sho would go back left her. This was the last heard of her until sho was found by a hunter on Saturday afternoon. Fool-Killer Wonted ut Mulmnoy. Whilo Tadwlch Zagley and Michael Rockfel were conversing on the corner of a Mahanoy City street on Tuesday ovonlng tlie former asked the latter for a pipeful of tobacco. Itockfol complied with the request, filling the pipe him self, at tho same time, It Is charged, slipping in a dyalln cap. Zagley light ed a match and held it over the bowl of tho pipe. While In the act of bringing the stem to his mouth the cap exploded, badly shattering his hand and disfigur ing his face. It was Intended for a joke, but Rockfel has beon arrested. l'mylng for Mercy for Ilowtnan. Colonel T. It. Martin, the attorney for William Ponn Bowman, who Is making a determined effort to save the life of the young prisoner, will go before tho board of pardoms and plead for the boy's life Mr. Martin has hopes or saving Bowman's neck, as he has a largo num ber of well-signed petitions from promi nent residents of Wilkesbarro, praying for morcy for the boy. Public Senti ment, however, is not wholly favorable. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. w When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she bad Children, sho gave them Castoria PLEASURE CALENDAR. January 25, —Entertainment of St. Pat rick's cornet band at Freoland opera house. Admission, 15 and 25 cents. February 14 to 22.—Fair at Cottage hall j by Freeland Company, No. 29, Knights of Mystic Chain. Admissiou, 0 couts, BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. PARAGRAPHS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE REGION. Synopnls of Local nnd Miscellaneous Oc currence* That Can He Read Quickly. What the Folk* of This and Other Town* are Doing. The ease of Joe Straclco, who shot Mrs. l'eter Gregor at Upper Lehigh some tlmo ago, will bo tried at Wilkes barrc on Monday next. Only reliablo goods at tho Wear Wol Shoe Housa. Charles O'Dotinoll has tendered his resignation as bookkeeper for the Free land Morcantllo Company, Limited, to tako ollcct on February 1. Ladies, don t forgot to soo tho dross goods at A. Oswald's. A West Hazleton Hungarian was struck on Tuesday evening by a trolley ear at Drifton. He was taken to Hazlo ton hospital, where he died yesterday. Fresh fish every Thursday and Friday at MeNelis' meat market. John Augustaltis has disposed of his saloon business at South and Washing ton stroots, and left yesterday to tako charge, of a largo hotel at Muhanoy City. The very latest In New York and Philadelphia dross goods can be seen at A. Oswald's. Can and inspect thorn. I*. J. llrlslln has tendered his resigna tion as manager of tho Freeland depart ment of the Ifazleton Sentinel, lie will bo succoeded by William Aircy, of lla/.lcton. Tony Murphy, of Wilkcsbarro, a young man well-known here and a brother of Edward Murphy, of town, was married yesterday to a young lady at the county seat. We are solo agents for the "Fashion" shoo. No other dealer In town has this lino. Our price 82, guaranteed to bo worth 83. At tho Wear Well. Abo Stroll, tho noted Inventor, loft 011 Monday to spend a month in New York state, whore he will visit tho loading tanneries In that part of tho country, lie is accompanied by his wife, who will visit her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Vanau ken, at Long Eddy, N. Y., until Mr. Stroll's businoss trip is ended. POLITICAL PICKUPS. Tho Republican county convention on Tuesday elected Congressman John Lelsonring, of Upper Lehigh, and Mor gan R. Morgans, of Wilkcsbarro, as na tional delegates. Louis Landmosser and 11. W. Wilde, of lla/.lcton, wcro chosen as alternates. Tho candidacy of Charles A. Miner, of Wilkcsbarro, for national delogato-at-largo and that of C. W. Wilde, of Milnosvllle, for presi dential elector, were endorsed. Republican delegates of tho fourth district met 011 Monday at Ilazleton. W. F. Adams was elocted chairman and U. I'. Kuntz secretary. Fred L. Smith, of Ilazleton, was elected delegate to the state convention and George I!. O'Connor alternate. Tho Democratic primaries In Hazlo township will be held 011 .Saturday even ing, and the convention 011 Tuesday af ternoon at No. 3 school house, Ilazleton. Democratic candidates in the town ship fool more than satisfied at tho ticket placed in nomination against them last night. Tho Democratic nominees in the bor ough, so far as they have been selected, look like sure winners, without any ex ceptions. Tho Republican delegates of the bor ough meet at Romany's hall this even ing to make their nominations. The Firemen's Hail. Tho ball of tho Citizens' lloso Com pany 011 Monday ovening was as thor ough a success as ono could wish for. During the hours before midnight tho hall was crowded with visiting firemen and tho people of town, and no one lacked opportunities to enjoy them selves. The Pioneer, Diamond and East End companies, of Ilazleton, and the Weathcrly and White Haven fire men's delegations helped to swell the crowd and make the ovening an unusual ly pleasant one. The grand march was led by Master of Ceremonies John J. Welsh and Miss Mary McNelis. Advertise your wants in tho Tkibunk. It pays every time. "LpD It HRN T.—Office rooms in the McMeunmin JJ building, South Centre street; suitable for any profession or business. For terms apply on premises or to J. J. MoMonamin, Freeland. I Scientific American I 'marks, S£ BION PATIMTB, COPYRIGHTS, etc. Forlnformatlonand tree Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. 361 BROADWAY, NRW Yoßr. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Fp-ery patent taken out by us Is brought before tho public by a notice given froe of charge In the Scientific JVmnican i?!S7" " r .<-lentlflo paper In th* world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without It, Weekly, tt3.oOa yeari *1.90 tlx months. Addrew, MUNN <t CO., Vvnusukas, 881 Broadway, New York CHy. :Bavc lon Seen : ft h : Dress Sliirt! There's nothing nicer for ( an evening affair. We have it. The Price is SI.OO Laundered Shirts fine quality, at 50c and 75c, as heretofore. Shirts made to order at short notice; quality, make and fit guar anteed. The Necktie makes the man's appear ance. We have the latest styles of Lawn and Silk Ties in endless variety. Hats! Hats! Hats! An idea of spring style is noticeable in several" nob by new shapes we have just received. A Variety of Trunks In All Sizes. OLSHO'S 57 Centre street, Frceland. GREAT BARGAINS IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions. Notions, Carpet, Boots and Shoes, Flour and Feed, Tobacco, Cigars, Tin and Queetisware, Wood and WiUototoare, Table and Floor Oil Cloth, Etc. A celebrated brand of XX Hour always in stock. Roll Butter and Eggs a Specialty. My motto is small profits and quiek sales. I always have fresh goods and am turning my stock every month. Every article is guaranteed. AMANDUS OSWALD, N. IP. Car. Centre and Front Sis., Freeland. Dr. H. W. MONROE, Dentist. Located permanently in Birkbeck brick, second floor, rooms 1, 2 and 3, over Smith's shoe store, Freeland, Pa. Gas and ether administered for the pain less extraction of teeth. Teeth filled and ar tificial teeth inserted. Reasonable prices and ALL WOKK OUAIIANTEED. CONDY 0. BOYLE. dealer in Liquors, Wine, Beer, Etc, The finest brands of domestic and ♦ imported whiskey on sale at his new and handsome saloon. Fresh ltoches ter and Rallentine beer and Yeuug ling's porter on tap. Centre - Street, - Five - Points. COTTAGE" HOTEL Washington and Main Streets. HENRY HAAS, - Proprietor, Tlie best accommodation for permnnont and transient guests. Goodtablo. Fair rates, liar finely stocked. Stable attached. Have you seen the line Corkscrew Suits we are making to order for JIUB s which are worth fully $22. A. nobby fit and good trimmings guaranteed. 10111 two doors above Wear Well Shoe House, Freeland. $1.50 PER YEAR £IIAS. OKION STEOH, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Notary Public. onilio: Itnoms3and I,Birkbcck Brick,Frccland. JOUN M. CAIIQ, \ Aticrney-at-Law All legal bualjieas promptly attended. Poetofllo. Bu!klln 1m i -&<. rrteland. M. HALPIN, Haanufacturcr at k,.-,-. - Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, <£& Walnut and rino Streets, FreelzuuL jy|RS. S. E. HAYES, " Fire Insurance Agent. Washington Street. None but Reliable Companies Represented. Q. BONOMO, TAILOR. Centre Street. A r ear~South. A largo stock of flrst-class material to select ■ rom. I.ootl workmanship and fair prices. A good lit guaranteed. Dr. N. M7AEY liliiiv, Second Floor, Birkbeck Brick. OVER BIRKBECK'S STORE. G. HORACK, Baker & Confectioner. Wholesale and Retail, CENTItE STEEET, FKEELAND. CENTRAL : HOTEL LEADING HOTEL. IN FREELAND. M. 11. 11 UN SICKER, Prop. Itutes, S~ per day. Bar stocmd will, ttno whiskey, wine, beer and cigars. Sale and ex change stable attached. LIBOR WINTER, E 3 T TJ" T5, 3ST T? OYSTER SALOON. No. 13 Front Street, Frceland. The finest liquors and cigars served at the counter. C'ool beer and porter on tap. GEO. SIPPEL, MERCHANT - TAILOR. Caul re Street, Frcelund. A large variety of clothe always on hand. Perfect fit guaranteed and style up-to-date. Prices equally as lowais any house in town. FRANCIS BRENNAN'S RESTAURANT 151 Centre street. EXCELLENT LIQUORS, BEER, PORTER, ALE, CIGARS, Etc. All kinds of TEMPERANCE DRINKS. VIENNA : BAKERY J. B. LAUBACH, Prop. Centre Street, Frcelund. CHOICE BREAD OF ALL KINDS, CAKES, AND PASTItY, DAILY. FANCY AND NOVELTY CAKES BAKED TO ORDER. Confectionery % Ice Cream supplied to balls, parties or picnics, with all necessary adjuncts, at shortest notice and fairest prices. Delivery and supply wagons to all parts of town and surroundings every day. DePIERRO - BROS. ('A FE. Comer of Centre anil Front Streets, Freeland, Pa. Finest Whiskies in Stock. Gibson, Dougherty, Kanfer Club l &cu luth's Velvet, of which we have EXCLUSIVE SALE IN TOWN. Mumm's Extra Dry Champagne, Honnerey Ilrnndy, blackberry, Gins, Wines, Clarets, Cordials, Eto. Imported and Domestic Cigars OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE, Ham and Schweiteer Cheese Sandwiches, Surdities, Etc, MEALS - AT - ALL - HOURS. Ballentine and Hazleton beer on tap. Butlis, Hot or Cold, 25 Cents.