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VOL. IX. NO. o*2, SELLING ODT! My entire stock, which consists of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats, Pan taloons, Reefers and Storm Coats. Also Furnishings of Every Kind. MUST BE SOLD BY APRIL 1, 1897. i No Offer Refused. Everything At Your Own Price, i I. REFOWICH, : ' i 37 Centre Street, , I GRAND ml HOUSE: John J. Welsh, Manager. Monday, February 1. LISTEN!-The great comedy success from t Iloyt's Madison Sqjjure theatre, N. Y. I "OTHER PEOPLE S : iONEY."' It enn ess y Leroyle 1 was born to create laughter. And there you have it. t A new thing—A good tiling—Don't do a thing but see it. 1 PRICES-7SO, Wo, .15c trail 26c. Rents on sale ' at Woodring's three days before date of show. " - , MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ( Dissolution op partnhrship.—The i partnershii) heretofore existingbetween Philip lllass, Wm 11. Butz ami S. E. Oberren- * dor, under the firm name of tin* Mass Overall t Co.. dissolved this day by mutual consent. All debts owing to said partnership are reeeiv- i able by said Win. H.' Butz und S. E. Oberren der, to whom also all claims and demands against the same are to bo presented for pay- 1 ment. Philip Illass, , Win. 11. Butz, 1 S. E. Oborrender. 1 The business will be continued as heretofore , by Wm. 11. IJutz, S. E. Oberrender und W. E. 1 Holies, trading as the Freeland Overall Mfg. [ Co. Freeland, Pa., January 8,1897. 1 rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. -Take 1 notice that. I have purchased from E. M. < Geritz, who conducted a bakery, ice cream and confectionery business at 15 Front street, ( Freeland horougn, one steam plant, one horse, j baker wagon, show cases, and all other utensils of said trade and business, and I have leased the same to Philip Geritz. i Barbara Lietn. Freeland, Pa., January 1, 1897. ( POLITICAL PICKUPS. The admission of South ITeberton into the borough appears to disturb the He- 1 publicans considerably more than the 1 Democrats. The district is said to be ' good for 100 Republican majority, but i in politics strange tilings happen and some people would not be surprised to see the new part carried by the Demo crats. If outward dissatisfaction can be taken as a sign of how Republicans in Foster intend to vote, the Democratic ticket will go in with a nice majority. The troubles in the cauip of the majority party are as far from settlement as ever, and good earnest work by the Democrats will make victory complete. The friends of the Citizens' ticket claim that since South Ilebeoton is in that they have more than a lighting chance to elect their candidates. The annexed district contains many ardent supporters of Mr. Lewis and the other Citizens' nominees. John \V. Hay worth succeeds Salvatore DePierro as the Republican candidate for judge of election in the fourth dis trict of the borough. Thomas Rogan, a son of Patrick of Freeland, is a candidate for tax collector of Lansford. WorWng mittens, 15c. At Sippel's. BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. PARAGRAPHS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE REGION. SynopKlfl of Local and MlacellaneouH Oc currences That Can Re Read Quickly. What the Folk* of This and Other Towns are Doing. The regular meeting of the borough council will be held this evening. Miss Mary Ward, of Washington street, is visiting Wilkesbarro relatives. James Reed, of town, and W. R. Fry, of Drifton, will do jury duty this week. Peter Magagna has resigned as the Republican candidate for council in the South ward. m William Allen, a D. S. & S. employe, will remove his family from Main street to Drifton today. Mrs. Joseph Birkbcck, Jr., is suffering from a severe attack of grip at her home on Johnson street. Frank Mcllugh, of Jlddo, lias with drawals a candidate for auditor on the Democratic ticket of Hazle township. A partial eclipse of the sun will take place this afternoon. It will begin at 4.50 o'clock and continue until sunset. According to the weather prophets, If the ground hog sees his shadow tomor row six weeks of severe weather will follow. So far as is known the Republicans have no candidate for poor auditor. It looks like a walk-over for Editor Lu brocht. Myrtle, the eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George lladesty, who lived in Freeland for some years, died at Ilazleton on Thursday. Suits and overcoats and gents' furnish ings of all kinds reduced. Geo. Sippel. Thomas Furey, aged 51 years, died at I liis home in Coaldale on Friday. lie had several relatives through this sec tion, many of whom will attend the fun eral today. A. J. Colburn, state president of the P. O. S. of A., will address a public meeting in Ilazleton on February 10, on the principles of the order of which he is president. James W. Muloy, editor of the Lans ford Record , was arrested last week on a charge of libel preferred by Joseph S. Fisher, Esq., ox-district attorney of Car bon county. Papers were Hied on Saturday by at torneys for Mrs. Hannah Ashman, who sues for divorce from her husband, Geo. Ashman. She charges him with deser tion. Roth parties are from Freeland. The friends of Harry L. Blakslee tendered him a banquet at the Central hotel on Saturday evening. A jolly crowd gathered there to give him a send-off. Mr. Blakslee will travel for the overall factory. The charter members of Arbutus Lodge of Masons were tendered a banquotat the Central hotel on Thurs day evening by the members who were initiated during 180(5. Many Masons from outsido towns wore present. Mike Wisdar, of Ilazleton, came to Freeland on Saturday night and became too full. Officer Mollick and Stophan Page found him lying on Washington street. He was given a hearing yester day morning and was lined $2.50 and costs. The committee of the Schuylkill! Coal Exchange has fixed the rate of wages to be paid miners in that region for the last half of January and the first half of February at 5 per cent above the $2.50 basis. Last month's rate was 7 per cent above the basis. Burglars broke into the Kripplein Christi church. Wilkesbarre, on Thurs day night. A silver urn which is used for taking collections was not disturbed." The only articles taken were the poor boxes, which were fastened at each side of the entrance. John Need was found dead in tlie Tresckow stripping on Thursday night. He came from Locust Gap, Schuylkill county, and wandered about in the cold in search of work. The body was frozen to the ground and had laid in the strip ping several days. An exchange says that apples may be kept two years by wrapping them in newspapers so as to exclude air. The newspaper must, however, be that on which the subscription has been paid in full, or the dampness resulting from what is "due" will cause the fruit to spoil. The powder house of A. Pardee Co. at Crystal Ridge, near Ilazleton, blew up on Thursday night. The watchman, Herman Rickert, was hurt by flying de bris, and hundreds of window panes in Ilazleton and adjoining towns were shat tered. The shock was distinctly felt by several people in Freeland. Dr. Dan Evans, of Nanticoke, went to Retreat poor farm to hold a post mortem examination on the body of the man who, it is said, died from drinking poison in mistake for a stomach tonic. The doctor found that the body had been sent to a Philadelphia medical college, as there were no relatives to claim it. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. FREELAND, PA., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1597. House and .Senate^Committees. The Luzerne county members of the senate and house have been placed on the following standing committees, Mr. Coray securing the only chairmanship: Robert*—Accounts, labor and indus try, manufactures, mines and mining. Coray—Retrenchment and reform (chairman), banks, judiciary local, legis lative apportionment, pensions and gra tutities, public health and sanitation. Miller—City passenger railways, iron and coal, public buildings, retrenchment and reform. Powell—Counties and townships, for estry, library, mines and mining. Morahan—Centennial affairs, city pas senger railways, mines and mining, mu nicipal corporations, printing. Riley—Accounts, compare hills, labor and industry, public roads. Senator Scott is on the committee of federal relations, finance, game and fisheries, library, military affairs, mines and mining. Rase Rail Preparations. Edward F. Hanlon, who was last week elected president of the Lehigh Valley Seini-Profcssional Base Ball League, has about completed arrangements to rent the ball ground at Hazle park, Ilazleton, for next season. He will manage a club there for a syndicate. What connection the team will have with other clubs is not yet known, as Ilazleton is not in cluded in the towns composing the new league. The Mauch Chunk newspapers are opposed to having the club there enter the new Lehigh Valley league, and it is not probable that the team will be a member. The Philadelphia Press yesterday had a dispatch from here giving the makeup of the Tigers club for the coming season. As the Tigers have done nothing this year in regard to the game, no reliance can be placed on such news. EngliHh Baptist Church Notes. There will he preaching at the church on Monday, Tuesday. Thursday and Friday evenings of this week by the pas tor. Meetings will begin at 7.15 sharp and a general invitation to attend is ex tended by Rev. Griffiths. On Saturday evening the young people and children will givo their semi-monthly entertainment. These have become in teresting features in the church work of the younger portion of the congregation, and the coming one is looked forward to with much pleasure by all. A. A. Bachman, assisted by Artist Wolmuth, of Allcntowu, are at work, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society, papering and decorating the audience room, which will he reopened next Sunday. Increase of Territory and Population. The last act necossary to make South Heberton and the other outlying dis tricts a part of the borough was perform ed on Saturday. The court also decided that the polling place, which will be stationed as heretofore in the old school building, shall be known as the North district of the North ward. This gives the North ward three districts, the first, fourth and North, while the second and third will remain undisturbed in the South ward. The annexation noarly doubles the territory within the borough limits and increases tho population by at least 1,200 people. Preparations are already under way by the residonts of the fifth district to present their griev ances to council. Arrented This Morning. C. L. Hoover, of Sandy Run, was ar rested at 5.30 o'clock this morning by Officers Welsh and Mollick, on a war rant sworn out by his wife, who charges him witli desertion. Some two weeks ago he left his home and has been stay ing at a resort in South Heberton. lie was leaving for the early Lehigh Val ley train this morning when the officers met him and requested him to postpone his departure. Iloovor was givon a hearing before Squire Buckley and in default of bail was committed to tho county jail. Of ficer Welsh took him to Wilkesbarre at 10.51 a. m. Claim tlie Town of Tauiaqua. The descendants of Buckhart Moser, who died about forty seven-years ago, leaving an estate estimated to he worth $14,000,000, met last week and decided to employ counsel to take steps to recover the property now in possession of the Le high Coal and Navigation Company, con sisting of uoo acres of valuable coal lands in Schuylkill county, on part of which the town of Tamaqna is situated. An organization was effected and family records and other evidences of relationship to Buckhart Moser were produced and examined. Those present feel quite sure of success. Married at Huzleton. Tlie marriage of Condy J. Boyle, of town, and Miss Maria McCarron, of Ilazleton, was celebrated on Thursday afternoon. Tlie ceremony took place in St. Gabriel's church, Ilazleton, Rev. Moylan officiating. Ed. F. Hanlon was groomsman and Miss Rose Gallagher, of West Ilazleton, was bridesmaid. Mr. Boyle is assistant postmaster here, and with his bride has taken up his resi dence on North Ridge street. The young couple have been warmly congratulated by their numerous friends. Detective Trescott Want* I'ny. e Detective Rhone Trescott has began n suit against the county for $3,105.85, •. his expenses while at work on the cases which ultimately broke up the gang ol i- highwaymen in this end of the county. . He states that the county commissioner;- 11 who went out of office on January 1 - employed him to do the work and that - the present board refuses to pay him. The contract was merely a verbal one. i Trescott details his work on the case t and tells how he furnished evidence on which the grand jury found indictments - against James Passarella, James Carone. Michael Spera, Douato Bonjorni, Loui; - Passerella, James Bohina. Joseph Ca - maran, Peter Deluca, Angelo Passerella, Vito Galo, Mik<! Roman, John Baronc i- Engelo Camerot, John Cursardo, Nick Bellezzi and Nick Catnaran, chargee f with murder, arson, robbery, larceny. I burglary, dynamiting and conspiracy. * He says that the recognized leaders. James Passarella, James Carone ant; Michael Spera, were convicted and sen tenced to twenty-live years in the peni tentiary, and that Joseph Camaran, an other leader, escaped the country and is now in jail in Italy for crimes committed here, being convicted on evidence fur nished by plaintiff. Stanton Settles with the County. Ex-Clerk of the Courts Stanton paid the county $5,202.85 on Friday after noon. This is the amount he has owed during the past four years and which was lost in the failure of Rockafellow's bank. Stanton, who at the time was clerk of the courts, had that amount de posited in the bank when it failed and when his term expired two years ago In 1 failed to make good the deficit. He s ibmitte 1 thi ca-m to court and the d - cision was that he was responsible for all the money in his keeping belonging to the county. Stantou then agreed with the ex-com missioners to pay as soon as ho could and they promised not to press him and not to charge him interest on the debt. He finally promised to pay just before the fall election but was unable to raise the money. On Friday afternoon he called upon the commissioners and asked if they would endorse the agreement of their predecessors, not to charge him interest. They consented to this and the amount was then paid. Four Forelgnem Cause Trouble. From the Ilazleton Standard. There was a small riot on the trolley car manned by Conductor Morris and Motorman Good on Saturday evening. At Drifton four Hungarians, having with them a half barrel of beer, boarded the car for Jcddo. Some difficulty arose about paying for the carrying of the beer, and the Hungarians finally set upon the conductor and motorman, and only after a iierce struggle were the trolley men successful in ejecting them from the car. One of the Hungarians was as savage as a wild beast, and chewed Motorman Good's mitts so badly that lie was com pelled to purchase a new pair. One of the large windows, as well as the door, was broken. They were arrested and taken before Alderman Gorman, who asked thorn to pay $5 for damage done the car, $1.50 for the pair of mitts and $7.50 each as costs. They paid up promptly and were released. New iluzleton Corporation. The Ilazleton Improvement Company, capital SIO,OOO, was chartered at Harris burg last week. Directors: J. 1). Mor gan, Harwood; T. A. Harris, A. 8. Evert, Lattimcr; D. M. Levan, George Schaef fer, Robert Wendham, Ilazleton. A charter was also issued to 8. 1). En gle Chewing Gum Company, capital sll.- i 250. Directors: Stephan I). Engle, William J. Hoagland, Ilazleton; Elliott i A. Oborrcnder, Drifton; William E. Obor i render, Freeland; William 8. Jenkins, Sheppton. ! G. I). Gorman, D. W. Hears, A. M. I Eby, C. 11. Llndcman, John R. Sharp less and P. V. Weaver have organized , what is to be known us the Home Tele phone Company. The object is the con struction and maintenance of telephone and telegraph lines for the private use of individuals, firms and corporations. Caturrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, anil acts direct ly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack I medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood puriiiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such wonder ful results in curing catarrh. Send for f lestiinonials, free. f F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. , Sold by druggists. price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. * A. Oswald has just returned from ' Philad dphia with a full new line of dry . goods and notions. You will do well by I giving him a call. J Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. LICENSE APPLICATIONS. NINETY-SIX IN FREELAND AND SIX IN FOSTER TOWNSHIP. List of Persons Who Wish to Sell Liquor Tills Year—Some South Heberton Ap plicant* Claim Residence in the Bor ough, Other* Stick to the Township. There are ninety-six applications from Freeland hi rough for licenses to sell liquor. This is twenty more than in 1896, when seventy-six applied for the privilege. The increase is partly ac counted for by tlie fact that several •South Heberton people give Freeland as their residence. Others in the an nexed district still claim Foster township as their home. Which side is right is a question not be settled just at present. Following are the applicants: Frceluiul Borough. HESTAUHANTB. Matius Brcnnan, (53 Centre street. Francis Bronniin, 151 Centre street. ('ondy O. Boyle, 98 Centre street. William Boyle, 143 Centre street. Killian Miller, Centre and Carbon streets. Michael Pasternak, 49 Centre street. Edward Murphy, 29 Centre street. William Gallagher. Carbon and Ridge streets. J nines J. Malloy, Centre street. Frank Halikovick, Carbon and Washington sts. J Lewis 11. Lentz, 195 Centre street. Anthony Cupeee, 178 Ridge street. Fred Horlacher, 85 Centre street. Mary Shigo, Ridge street. I Daniel Boner, Centre street. Henry Haas, Washington and Main streets. Andrew Hudock, 112 Centre street. Peter Shambora, Centre street. Richard Welsh, 145 Centre street. Adam Sachs, 5 Front street, Daniel Snyder, Front street. Frank Eberett, Main and Washington stroeh. DoPierro Bros., 2 and 4 Centre street. Thomas Llewellyn, Muln and Centre streets. James Seiwell, Centre and Luzerne streets. Joseph Zwolensk.v, 112 Centre street. Michael Wargo, Washington street. Andro Pa Ike, Centre street. John Ferry, Washington and Carbon streets. Morris Ferry, 59 Washington street. Anthony Wasdovitz, Ridge und Carbon sts. John Yannos, Washington and Front streets. John Hudok, 152 Centre street. John Shigo, Centre street. Albert Novak, Walnut street. John Wishcovieh, Ridge street. M. 11. Ilunsieker, Centre street. James Bonner, 159 Washington street. Samuel Gross, 195 Centre street. Matthew Makorawich, 139 Centre street. Michael Klitz, 19 Main street. Thomas J. Moore, Washington and South sts. John Mollick, Ridge street. Peter Jasmisky, Ridge and North streets. Patrick Mcchan, Ridge street. George Bednar, Ridge street. Lib a- Winter, 11 Front street. Isaac Fry, 75 Centre street. Juno DeFoy, 100 Washington street. August Kellcrt, Walnut und Pine streets. John ltuguns, Centre street. William Jenkins, Centre and Luzerne streets. Kay toil Hymszii, Chestnut street. Michael DePicrro, 59 Ridge street. Stephen Drasher, 20 Centre street. Joseph Latz, 15 Walnut street. Patrick Carey, Chestnut street, Joseph Wad linger, Centre street. Ladzic Peltz, Centre street. Peter Magagna, South street. A. Enos, Wa-hington and Carbon streets. Stanislaus Rudewiek, public road. George Molinkoy, Fern street. Stephen Ehroh, public road. John Goski, public road. Paul Kempezyuski, public road. Martin Demolovieh, public road. George J. Duel, public road. G. Zadra, South and Ridge streets. WHOLESALE. Geo. Kurquaik, Luzerne und Washington sts. G. R. Bonomo, Washington street. Michael Oleyar, 42 Ridge street. Charles Moersehbacher, 57 Washington street. Michael Zemuny, Washington street. C'hus. Dushcck, Main and Washington streets. Patrick Sweeney, Adams and Carbon streets. William Gilgot, Chestnut street. George Wassil, 53 Fern street. William J. Morgan, Ridge street. John Dusheek, Washington street. Patrick Burke, 49 Walnut street. George Molinkey, Fern street. Michael Potoehney, Ridge street. DOTTLEHB. JamesTimony, Centre and Curbon streets. Michael Kloitz, 19 Main street. Frank Eberett, Main and Washington streets. Michael Potoehney, Ridge street. Peter Yunnes, Washington street. Peter Barna, Washington and Walnut streets. Harry Luzorek, Washington street. HOTELS. Josephine Campbell, 32 Centre street. William Burkbart, 10 and 12 Front street. Andrew Curney, South street. Albert Ooeppert, 11 Walnut street. Fred Krone, Rirkbeck street. George Schroinor, public road. I'oHter Township. KESTA IT HANTS. William O'Donnell, public road. Noah Housor, public road. Thomas Bcott, public road. HOTELS. Tague Gallagher, public rond. Mary Krouse, public road. WIIOLIfSALK. Peter Timony, Centre street. "Other People's Money." A comedy constructed on modern lines introducing characters living at the end ! of the ninteeuth conturv, and scones familiar to the habitues of busy, finan- j rial centers, also an excellent company headed by one of tlie ablest comedians of tlie time. Ilennesy Leroyle, and you j have as a result tlie success of the sea- j son. "Other People's Money," which j will he presented here this evening. In j tiiis production is united all the elements which constitute a success. Mr. Le royle would undoubtedly produce a fa vorable impression in any of the come dies requiring a finished artist, but his delineation of the Chicago stock broker is a creation worthy of rank as one of tlie few rare instances of special adap tation of the person to the situation. In an uninterrupted tour of tho country, extending through the entire theatrical season, there has not been a case of ad verse criticism of the production. On tlie contrary the reception accorded "Other People's Money" has been a continuous ovation. Great Sacrifice Sals lwt Miss [t! M Bio's Mlim id Hat Store ■ Don-t Mi-, it: S7 Centre Street, FresM GREAT BARGAINS IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions. Notions, Carpet, Boots and Slioes, Flour and Feed, Tobacco, Cigars, Tin and Queensware, Wood and Willowware, 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 protlts and quick sales. | I always have fresh goods and am turning my stock every month. Every article is guaranteed. AMANDUS OSWALD, A'. IK. Cor. Centre and Front St., Freeland. GEORGE FISHER, dealer in FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, BOLOONA, SMOKED MEATS, ETC., ETC. Call at No. 6 Walnut street, Freeland, or wait for the delivery wagons. VERY LOWEST PRICES. Condy 0. Boyle, dealer in Liquor, Wine, Beer, Porter, Etc. The llnest brands of Domestic and Imported Whiskey on sule in one of the handsomest sa loons in town. Fresh Rochester ami Shenan doah Beer and Yeungling's Porter on tap. W Centre street. COTTAGE HOTEL. Washington and Main Streets. JIEN BY IIAAS, - Proprietor. The best accommodation for permanent and transient guests. Good table. Fair rates, Bar finely stocked. Stable attached. Dr. N. MALEY, iimim Second Floor, Birkbeck Brick. OVER BIRKBECK'S STORE. T. CAMPBELL, dealer in I>i\v Goods, Gi'ot'orios, Boots itiit! BHoos, Also PURE WINES | LIQUORS FOll FAMILY AS I) MEDICINAL PURPOSES. Couti'u miU Main sUuuU, ITculuuU. 81.50 PER YEAR j QIIA.S. ORION STROII, Attorney and Ccunseior at Law and Notary Public. Ollice: Rooms 3 and 4, Itirkbcckßrick, Frccland. J OHN M. CARB, AUornsy-at-Lawt All legal bualnaß pr-jmpUy attended. Poeteflte. ituibTina, . Freeland. jyj HALI'IN, ICannufacturcr of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Ac. Walnut and Pine- Street®, Freelxnd. iy|RS. S. E. HAYES, Fire Insurance Agent. W ash i rig ton Street. None but Reliable Companies Represented. Q I>. ROIIRBACH, General Hardware. Builders' supplies of every kind always In stock. Wall paper, paints and tinware. Bicy cles and repairs of all sorts. South Centre street. JAMES QUIGLEY, Confectionery, Fruits, Cigars, and Tobacco. Green truck of all kinds handled in season Two doors below postofhee, Freeland. LIBOR WINTER, Restaurant and Oyster Saloon. No. 13 Front Street, Freeland. The finest liquors and cigars served at the counter, r ami lies supplied with oysters. G. HGRACK, Baker k Confectioner. Wholesale and Retail. CENTRE STEEET, FREELAND. CENTRAL : HOTEL LEADING HOTEL IN FIUiELAND. M. 11. II UN SICKER t Prop. Hates, $3 per day. Bar stocicod with line whiskey, wine, beer and cigars. Sale and ex change stable attached. FRANCIS ERENNAN, I f BSTA ÜBANT 151 Centre street, Fretflnnd. FINEST LIQUOR, BEER, PORTER, ALE, CIGARS AND TEM PERANCE DRINKS. HA.RITESS I Light Carriage Harness. $5.50, $7, $9 and $10.50. Heavy Express Harness, $10.50, sl9, S2O and $22. Heavy Team Harness, double, $25, S2B and S3O. GEO. WiSE, Jeddo and Freeland, Pa. VIENNA : BAKERY. J. B. LAUBACH, Prop. Centre Street, Freeland. CIIOICE RREAD OF ALL KINDS, CAKES, AND PASTRY, DAILY. FANCY AND NOVELTY CAKES BAKED TO ORDER. Confectionery '$ 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 oj town and surroundings every day. DoPIERRO -BROS. -CAFE.- Corner of Centre and Front Streets. Freeland, Pa. Finest 11 'hiskies in Stock. Gibson, Dougherty, ICnofcr Club, Hoscnbluth'x Velvet, of which wo have EXCLUSIVE SALE IN TOWN. .Uumm's Extra Pry Champagne, Henucnsy llrnndy, llhiokborry, Gins. inos, Clarets. Cordials, Etc. Imported and Domestic Cigars. OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE, | Ilam and SchieciUer Cheese Sandwiches, Sardines, Etc. MEALS AT - ALL - HOURS. Itullcntinc and Huzlcton beer on tap. Hatha, Hot or Cold, 25 Cents.