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VOL. IX. NO. 78. A H YIIEK itisit —at our store lately was aston ished to see The variety of Hats we carry. The styles of Hats we have. The quantity we are selling. Here are a few reasons: Three new shapes of Stiff Hats, every one a gem, at 99c We can suit the most par ticular at 51.25 cr The Billy Cock Stiff Hat, in black or brown, 5P1.50 JYumerous other styles, 352 up The Gotham Hat, for which we are sole a gents, Latest Color Alpines, from Sgl up A gentleman is known by his laundry. We have the correct Shirt Collar, etc. Laundered Shirts, from 40c to sl. Fancy Bosom Shirts, 50c and si. The beatiful designs in our Spring Neckwear make it at once a pleasure for us to sell and for you to buy. We must admire the ingenuity of the designer. OLSHO'S Clothing and Hat Store, 57 Centre Street, Freelaiul. GRAND OPERA HOUSE John J. Welsh, Manager. Tuesday, March 30. "A BREEZY TIME." A musical comedy surprise, tuned up to date. Everything new, novel and original. C—"The Dago Serenade." C—"The Tennis Quintette." C—"The J-1 .egged Sailor." C—"The Ulcycle Swells." C—"Our Latest: The Turkisk Ilell Gavotte." PltlCES—7fic, flOc, 85c and 25c. Seats on sale ■at Wood ring's three days before date of show. MJliiiy, of Washington, D. C. will Lecture at the Grand Opera House, Freeland, Monday Ev'g, April 26. Under the auspices of the Tigers Athletic Club. Subject: "The American Citizen." The lecture will he preceded by a musical entertainment of an exceptionally high order. Hr~Sec later issues for prices. MISCELLANIiOUK ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE.— A meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens' hank of Free I and will be held at the banking nouse of said bank on Wednesday, April 7.1W)7, from 10 to 11 o'clock a. in., to elect directors to serve the ensuing year. B. It. Davis, cashier. Freeluud, Pa., February 27,1807. IyOU SALE.—Two SIOO silk mill bonds; will L be s,>ld for SOO each. For particulars ap ply at tins office. Hart's is the place for hats. IN THE LEGISLATURE. [WEEKLY REPORT OF THE DOINGS OF THE LAWMAKERS. Governor Hasting* and the House Are Still Apart on the Capitol liuildini: Question—A ltill Introduced to Tax Dlcyclea—Dr. Swallow's Case. Harrlsburg, Pa., March 20, 1807. The house has put Itself on record a being opposed to Governor Hastings plan of new capitol buildings to cost about half a million. The general feel ing among the members is that the state must spend more money and make H better showing. They think half a mil lion would put up too shoddy an affair. The governor on the other hands thinks it sufficient. The legislature is nov anxious to get a bill passed creating a commission to supervise the erection o the building, so that worlcmay begin on the new structure. The governor is resting with his side of the question and | watching to see what the legislature will ] do, so the matter stands. Each seems j to be afraid to make the first move. Senator Durham lias a scheme which is regarded by many as the most feasible that lias yet been offered. Ills idea is , that the legislature should pass a bill directing the new capitol to be erected under the supervision of the board ol public buildings and grounds and if it i not completed at the end of their ollicial they shall be continued as members ot the commission. The board is composed of the governor, auditor general anc state treasurer. If this plan is adopted it would give these officials a say until it is completed. The governor will agree to this proposition and it is thought the differences between the executive and legislature may be settled by the enact ment of such a law. Itev. Dr. S. C. Swallow came near getting himself into, jail last week. I stated in a previous letter that Dr. Swal low had refused to testify before the capitol lire investigation committee. The committee made its report to the senate on Wednesday morning and it stated that in its opinion Dr. Swallow was in contempt by his refusal to an swer questions propounded to him by the committee. The report recommended his arrest, so a warrant was issued by Lieutenant Governor Lyon. The senate then took a recess until 5 o'clock that evening when the doctor was to bo ar raigned. The scrgent-at-aruis started out to find Mr. Swallow, but at 5 o'clock lie returned and stated that the preacher could not be located. While this was going on I)r. Swallow, was out over the city serving subpoeuas for his libel trial, the day after, and was unconscious of the senate's proceedings. Mr. Swallow's trials are now on and by the time he is to appear before the senate his evidence will be known and he will tell what he knows about the capitol lire. A bill to amend the constitution to enable the legislature to pass special registration laws for city and country districts has been introduced. Under the constitution the registration laws are uniform throughout the state. This works great hardships on both cities and counties. For instance, in cities like Philadelphia and Pittburg two assess ments a year are absolutely necessary because of the many changes of resid ence. On the other hand, in the country districts, where the population is stable and less subject to change, it is unfair to impose the extra expense of two as sosments. Yet under the present situa tion the interest of one must be sacri liced to the other. Hills levying a tax of 31 on all bicycles in use have boon offered by Messrs. Spat/, and Tipton. The money is to be paid into the state treasury to be applied for road purposes. Speaker Boyer read the truant mem bers of the house a sharp lecture last Friday evening. He said that if they continue to absent themselves without leave he would order a call of the house and issues warrants for their arrests. The business of the session is being de layed by the absence of many members and* the speaker declared heroic meas ures were necessary to require better attendances. There were only fifty-two members present when the house went into session and a score of these asked for leave of absence. After the speaker's remarks the hall gradually began to fill up and towards the close two-thirds of the members wore in their seats attend ing to business. The Osbourn bill, repealing part of a law governing prisons to allow cer tain persons to visit the inmates of such institutions, has passed first reading on a special order and will bo considered on second and third reading and final pas sage this week. The purpose of the measure is to allow James li. Gentry, the actor, who is to hang at Philadelphia next month for the murder of his sweet heart, Madge York, two years ago, to seo his counsel and a spiritual adviser. The friends of the bill claim that Gen try is not morally guilty and that to hung him would be a judicial murder. They will ask the governor to commute Ids sentence to life imprisonment. Gentry has not been permitted to seo anybody outside since his con viction on account of an obsolete law that was resurrected during the incur FREELAND, PA., MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1897. coration of Murderer Holmes. There seems to be no opposition to the hill and as it has already passed the sen ate it may reach the governor and re ceive his signature this week. A communication was received from Jovernor Hastings relative to the fitting up of Grace church for the legislature. The governor states that the work was undertaken by the board of public build ings and grounds and that the bills of ex pense were rendorcd to that body. In isinuch as this is an extraordinary ox mnditure made in and about a private o .tiding the payment of the claims must be provided for by the legislature. The governor suggests that in providing for these claims the further cost for insur mceof the temporary quarters of several departments of the government should iot be overlooked. In this connection Representative Vcsbit. of Northumberland, created piite a breeze by charging that the state vas about to pay for thousands of feet •f lumber that was nove.r used in the lix ng up of the church. He asked that he accounts be carefully investigated before paid. Nissley. LICENSE STATISTICS. How Much Money I* Paid for the Privi lege uiul Where It Goes. County Treasurer Robinson has com piled the license figures for the present year, showing the amount due the coun ty and each city, borough and township from the money paid to him for retail dquor licenses. The total number of retail licenses paid for is 1.032, amount ing to $232,330. Of this, $44,470 is re tained by the county as its share, and the balance, $177,880, is divided among the several municipalities in proportion to the licenses granted and taken out. Out of the S3OO paid for a city license the city receives S4OO and the county SIOO. from borough licenses the borough receives $l2O and the county S3O, and from township licenses tho township gets SOO and the county sl3. The money paid for wholesale and bottling licenses goes to tho state. It amounts this year to $31,300. The total paid by citizons of Luzerne for the privilege of selling liquor in 1807 is $253,050. Of this enormous amount, over a quar ter of a million of dollars, Freeland has contributed $13,200. Each of the sixty eight retail dealers has paid $l5O, mak ing a total of $10,200. Each of the fif teen bottlers and wholesale dealers has paid S2OO, or $3,000 in ail. but none of this latter amount comes back to the town, tho state taking tho whole sum. Of the <510,200 paid for retail licenses the county retains one-fifth, $2,040, and the remaining SB,IOO will be paid the borough after April 5, less the treas urer's commission of 2 per cent, making the net amount due Freeland from li censes $7,900.80. The following figures show the num ber of retail licenses in each city, bor ough and township in the county, and the amount to be received by each of these municipalities: Municipality Number Amount. Ashley 10 $ 1,920 Avoca 17 2,040 Black Creek 11 GOO Hear Creek 1 00 Rutler 10 000 Conynghain i GO Dallas Borough 2 120 Dor ran ce Township I GO Bdwardsvlile 32 3,840 Exeter Borough 15 1.800 Fairview 4 240 Foster 3 180 Fair mount 1 GO Freeland 68 8.1 Go Hanover 24 1,440 Ila/.10 28 1,080 Hazleton 68 27,200 Hollenback tl , j. Go Hughestown ,' 5 600 Hunlock..... ,• 1 GO Jenkins •. 10 GOO Kingston 13 1,440 Kingston Township 19 1,140 Lehman 2 120 Lake 1 GO Luzerne 19 2,28(; Marcy 37 2,220 Miner's Mills 14 1,680 Nanticoko 88 10,560 Newport 41 2,400 Nescopeck 2 240 Parsons 15 1,800 Pittston 53 21,200 Pittston Township 19 1,140 Plains 40 2,400 Plymouth Township 41 2,400 Plymouth 09 8,280 Slocum 3 180 Salem 2 120 Sugarloaf G 300 Shickshinny 4 480 Sugar Notch 10 1,300 Union l 60 Wright 2 120 Wilkesbarre Township.. 24 1,440 Wyoming 11 1,320 White Haven 10 1,200 West lla/.leton 18 2,1 Go Warrior Run G 720 Wilkesbarre 144 57,000 Total 1,032 $177,880 There are no retail licenses in tin boroughs of Forty Fort, Joddo, Laflin. Laurel Run, New Columbus, West Pitts ton and Yatesville, nor in tho township?- of Bear Creek, Denlson, Dorranco, Ex eter. Fairmount, Franklin, Jackson and Ross. DID NOT COMMIT SUICIDE. RutnorH of MiitH Florence GHrdtier'H Death Are Untrue In Kvery Particular. The following js a. piece of alleged news which was sent out by the press associations to the daily papers of the country on Friday evening: Ashland, Pa.', March 20.—Florence Gardner, a pretty nineteen-year-old girl, residing with her parents at Girardville, committed suicide this morning by swal lowing a small vival of laudanum. She was superintendent of the Hlass Overall Factory, at Freeland, and had fallen in lovo with a young man of Hazleton, whose name is not yet divulged. It is alleged that they were engaged to be married, but for some reason unexplain ed the engagement was broken. This disappointment, it is believed, affected her mind, and while temporarily Insane, she took Iter own life. She was highly esteemed by the pe iple of Girardville. Miss Gardner is well-known in town. After resigning her position hero site went to Hazleton, where site obtained employment in a dressmaking establish ment and is still at that work. Word comes from the neighboring city that there is no truth whatever in the report that she committed suicide, that she is in good health and has 110 intention of taking Iter lifo. The dispatch is alleged to be false in every particular and her friends propose to learn the author of j the story. Was Suicide Intended? Albert L. Holt, 27 years of ago, of i Avondale, tills county, went to the j Hotel Alpha, In Boston, on Friday night, j and registered. Ho was assigned to a | room on the third floor anil immediately went to bed. Holt was called once in the morning but did not rise, and at 11 o clock the chambermaid again started 1 for his room. As she neared the door j she detected the odor of gas. She ■ rapped 011 the door several times, and receiving no response, reported to 1111 ! employe of the house that she thought a I man had attempted suicide on the third floor. The employe went out 011 the lire ' escape, where lie smashed 111 a window and entered the room. Holt was lying I unconscious on the floor, with a gas burner above him turned 011. He was j resuscitated and may recover. N'ew Ncltoul Itutlding Assured. A special mooting of the Freeland school board 011 Saturday evening was ! attended by all the mcmburs. The sec- j rotary reported having received an an swer from Contractor Reibo, of Hans- j ford, who was the lowest bidder when j the proposals for erecting a new school were received some time ago. Mr. Ueibe states that his figures are still good, and it was agreed that the builder and Ar chitect HudratilT should meet the board 011 Wednesday evening to sign the con tract. Bids for the bonds to be soid will be received until April 17. A committee was appointed to wait ! upon the Water Company in regard to the trouble at the Coxe school. Bills for $72 for coal from the Cross Crook Company and 55 cents for express wore ordered paid. English Baptists Express Thanks. Yesterday, the 28th inst., the English Baptist congregation held special ser vices for the dedication of their pews, which were put in last week. Rov. Philip L. .Tones, D. I)., df Philadelphia, preached two excellent sermons 011 the occasion from Ephesians 111 lis-li) and John I 20. In the afternoon Pastor John T. Griffith preached from Huko 1 30-33. The cost of the pews was $275, cverv cent of which lias been provided. In behalf of the church I wish to extend my hearty thanks to all the friends who have so kindly and liberally aided 113 both in and out of Freeland. The audi ence room is now commodious, and all are welcome to tbc services, John X. Griffith, pastor. Thieving I'ustnutn's Arrest. Charles li. German, the assistant mail carrier at Heliighton, was arrested last week by Inspector Hugh J. Carman, of Philadelphia, charged with tampering with the mails. At a hearing before Justice Gilliam, who hold him for trial in Philadelphia, German confessed to having taken, in tlio past few mouths, packages which accompanied mail bags, A search of German's home brought to light gold watches, ear and linger rings, silver spoous and miscellaneous articles belonging to local merchants. Prominent ILH/.letoniau Head, William Ivisnor, aged 88 years, died at Ills home in Hazleton at an early hour tiiis morning. He was the father of E. I'. Klsner, 0110 of tlio city's most promi nent residents, and during ills early life aided materially in advancing the growth of the town. He was a staunch Demo crat and had held many local offices of trust. Mr. Kisner was horn in Salem township, this county, but resided in I Hazleton nearly sixty years. lias Not Settled, Has Nut designed. 1 Notwithstanding the writings which have appeared in a Ifazletan paper re garding High Constable Molllek, and the reported settlement of the suit brought against him for boating a fellow-countryman on March 17, tlio TBIBUNK reiterates its statement of last Thursday, viz., that the officer lias not settled the case, neither lias lie resigned Ids position. Additional locals on the fourth page. Another Colliery Ruined. j The collieries throughout the Wyom j ing valley are undergoing many mlsfor -1 tnnes these days, and on several occa sions recently the workmen have had narrow escapes from fires, floods, gas, j squeezes, etc. The latest mine trouble comes from the Woodward colliery, in Plymouth township. When the lire boss attempted to make his rounds in the Red Ash vein Friday morning lie was disturb ed by a roaring noise such as is always heard when t' ere is a squeeze in tiie mine. He had not proceeded many steps further when the safety lamp he carried began to till with gas and lie was obliged to go back. The men had reached the shaft in the morning and were allowed to go down, tiie officials not thinking that matters were so bail. All went well until ii o'clock when the alarm was given and orders sent to get everybody out of the mine in ten minutes. The cave is situated 011 the Plymouth side of the vein, but it is impossible to say just how much territory is affected, as the men aro unable to approach with in some distanceof the disturbed section to ascertain how large the threatened fall really is. tiangs of men are occa sionally sent down to inspect the work ings, but all their efforts have been fail 11 res. 11l the Woodward siiaft the gangwavs run parallel and are directly over each other, so that it is quite possible if the fall is very great that the whole mine will be ruined. Experienced miners say that if tho fall should prove of anv great extent, tho concussion caused by the falling rocks will shako the pilfers and cause a general cave throughout all the workings. About 800 employes are without work, and it Is impossible to determine how long they will lie idle or whether work will ever he resumed. Two Famous Collieries in Danger. I Water is pouring into the Avondale mine through the many crevices caused i by a large cave-in, and there is imminent danger of it breaking through into the Nottingham mine of the Lehigh and I Wilkesbarre Company adjoining. All the men have been ordered out of the I mine and the officials are anxiously wait j ing to see what will occur. Large dams have been erected in the slope con ! necting the two mines, but it is feared j they will be quickly washed away if the | threatened llood breaks. ! Extra pumps are being put Into both mines and these, when working, will relieve the pressure somewhat. It looks at present, however, as if the Nottingham will have to be suspended for some time, in which case the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre will have but one col liery working near Plymouth. Both mines have become famous . through appaling accidents which oc curred in thorn. Another Hospital for \Vllkel>arre. A large hospital wil sin r ly be eree'ed in Wilkesbarre by the Sisters of Mercy of St. Mary's convent. In the mean time the old Mountain House, owned by St. Mary's church, will be used, having been donutcd by Father McAndrcws. The project Is well under way and will bo promptly carried out. The Sisters of Christian Charity of the Malinckrodt (German) convent wanted the hospital attached to the convent, and the mother superior wrote to the parent house at Padderborn, Germany, but received a negative answer saying that a hospital adjoining the convent would detract from its importance as an educational institution. it is proposed to erect a building cost ing 5575,000. The institution will bo non-sectarian in character, and will ac cept patients from ali parts of tno coun ty. _ Tim Kind of a Play It In. "A Breezy Time" will appear at the Grand opera house tomorrow evening. If you want to be wrought up and to have your nerves set on end by harrow ing and tear-producing situations, yon are. cautioned to avoid "A Breezy Time." This piece contuius no story of contem poraneous human Interest. It was not calculated to make dramatic critics get out their best set of ethics and rules of construction. The purpose of the piece is to amuse by means of a series of clever specialty performances, devoid of •'sug gestion" and executed by performers with the very best ability. In it there are lots of pretty girls, catchy music, unctuous comedians and graceful dan cers. There is a slight story, but it is so unimportant that it is not worth mentioning. K. B. Fitz and Katliryn Webster are tlie principal members "of the company. How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollam Re ! ward for any case of Catarrh that can* ; not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Drops., Toledo, i Ohio. j We the undersigned have known F.J. , i Cheney for the last fifteen years, and I believe him perfectly honorable in all j business transactions and financially ! able to carry out any obligation made by | their firm. ; WEST & Tat: AX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. i WALDI.VO, KTNNAN & MARVIN, Whole ] sale Druggists, Toledo, O. j Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- 1 naily, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price. 7oc. per bottle. Mold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family VNIs the boH, BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. j PARAGRAPHS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE REGION. Synopsis of Local and Miscellaneous Oc currences Thut Can He Read Quickly. What the Folks of This and Other Towns are l>oinlf. Miss Mary Ferry has returned to her home, after a month's sojourn in Phila delphia and liristol. George Fisher has placed another new meat wagon on the road. He reports an increasing business. David P. Jones lias gone to Phila delphia to undergo treatment in one of the hospitals of that city. Misses Beatrice and Blanche Melghan, of Washington. D. C., are visiting Miss Fanny Kerry, Washington street. David Whitebread and Miss Elizabeth Gould wore married on Thursday at the residence of the bride's father, Thomas Gould. Ground was broken this morning on North Washington street for the foun dation of a new dwelling to be erected for Jacob Nagle. Owing to some dlfliculty in agreeing upon water rates the water lias been turned off in the Coxe Memorial school by the Water Company. Mys. Patrick Maloy, mother of Jas. J. Malay, will remove this week from Philadelphia to Freeiand. Slio will re side 011 Washington street. A company with stockholders in Reran-! ton. Wilkesbarre and Hazletou is mak-1 ing arrangements for the establishment of a Polish newspaper in Scranton. James Kelly, who has spent the win ter with his parents at their home 011 Bidge street, returned to Philadelphia 011 Saturday and will reside there in the future. Work has begun 011 the addition to 1 the Central hotel building. When the improvements aro completed Landlord Hiinslcker will have twenty more rooms at his disposal. In New York coal trade circles it is intimated thut the combine will allow only 2,500,01)0 tons to be mined next month. This means a continiiaiico of one-third time at the collieries. Congressman Kulp lias presorted to President McKliiley tlio name of Lloyd T. Kohrback, of Northumberland, for the revenue collcctorshlp of this district, now held by ex-Senator Grant Herring, of Bloomsburg. Superintendent A. C. Leisenring and ex-Congressman John Leiso#ring return ed from their Florida trip last week. The latter loft Immediately for Washing ton to interview the president on im portant matters. A bill appropriating 8225,000 for a public building at Wilkesbarre and an other giving 875,000 for a like purpose at Shamokin have boon introduced in congress. These bills failed of passage at tiie last sossion. Representative Powell 011 Tliursdai Introduced a bill which, if passed, will permit the division of Luzerne county. On account of the short time until the legislature adjourns, its passage will hardly be accomplished. Electric light wires set tire to Helper's jewelry store 011 Thursday evening. The hose company was called out, but the blaze was extinguished by the cut ting of tiie wires before any serious dam ago resulted. The loss is trilling. The Freeiand Llederkrunz Is the name of a German musical organization which was organized last week. The society meets 011 the southwest corner of Wal nut and Centre streets. A new organ lias been purchased for the use of the members. Three Tigers have signed with Maucli ' Chunk for the coming season. McFad den will play llrst, Broderick short and Gillespie in the Held. The Mauch Chunk Democrat recommends that Second Base man Boner, of Drifton, be inado captain of the team. Hattle, tlio wife of Thomas Solt, at one timo a resident of town, died at their home in Jersey City on Saturday. The remains will be buried this afternoon. The parents of Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. \\ illiuin Solt, of Freeiand, aro attending the funeral. It lias been announced that Judge E. N. Wlllard, of the superior court, will tender his resignation during the latter part of the summer, the resignation to take effuet September t. The resigna tion will not lie submitted to Governor Hastings until after July 1. (i. W. Williams, who established many business colleges in the coal regions, is among tlio missing. A year ago last fall Williams organized a college at llazleton, but later sold out to Woods. Later oil lie established a dozen colleges | In as many towns and Is said to have buncoed hundreds of pupils. The adherents of John Wanamakcr will make an effort to have him run for state,treasurer In opposition to the man whom Senator Quay favors. D, is pre dicted that tlio coming Republican fight ' In the state will be the most heated of years, and according as the bitterness increases the prospectant the Democrats carrying tlio slate grow more favorable. $1,50 PER YEAR ORION STROH, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Notary Public. Office: RoomsSand4, Blrkbeck Brick, Freeiand. JOHN M. CARB, Attorney-at-Lai* All legal business proKptty attended, rootome* Uotknim, rmiand. M. HALPIN, Xannufacturer at Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Ac. Walnut and Pino Streets, Freeiand. S. E. HAYES, Fire Insurance Agent. Washington Street. None but Reliable Companicn Represented, (Q D. Roll REACH, General Hardware. Builders' supplies of every kind always iu stock. W all paper, (mints and tinware. Bicy cles uud repairs of all sorts. South Centre street. J AMEfe QUIULEY, Confectionery, Fruits, Cigars, and Tobacco. [ Green truck of all kinds handled in season Two doors below postoflice, Freeiand. JDATRICK McFADDEN, Carpet Weaver. All kinds of plain carpet. single double warp, Woven in best of style. Only the very best yarn used Prices reasonable nod work guaiantecd. Cull at shop or residence. Opposite electric car terminus, ( entrestreet. LIBOR WINTER, Restaurant and Oyster Saloon. No. 13 Front Street, Freeiand. The finest liquors and rivers served at the counter. I-amilics supplied with oysters. G. HORACK, Baker k Confectioner. Wholesale and Retail. CENTRE STEEET, FREELAND. SJENTRAL : HOTEL LEADING HOTEL IN FREELAND. M. 11. II UN SICKER, Prop. • Bates, $2 per day. Bar sto'eard with lino whiskey, wine, beer and cigars. Sule and ex change stublo attached. GEORGE FISHER, dealer in FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, BOLOGNA, SMOKED MEATS, ETC., ETC. Call at No. tt Walnut street, Freeland, or wait for the delivery wagons. VERY LOWEST PRICES. Condy 0. Boyle, dealer in Liquor, Wine, Beer, Porter, Etc. The finest brands of Domestic and Imported 1.W...U Z' 11 u V II °v°. 01 the handsomest su loons in town. Fresh Rochester ami Shenan doah Beer and Veungliug's l'orteron tun Centre street. i Light Carriage Harness, $6.50, $7, 80 and $10.50. Heavy Express Harness, $1(5.00, sl9, S2O and $2:2. Heavy Team Harness, double, $25, S2S and S3O. GEO. WISE, Jeddo and Freeland, Pa. T. CAMPBELL, dealer in .Dry €s.oo<lw„ $1 I'tK'ei'ics, Hoots si lid, Shoos. Also PURE WINES | LIQUORS FOR FAMILY A XV MEDICINAL PURPOSES. Centre and Main streets, Freeland.