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VOL. XI. NO. 55. RAILROAD TIMETABLES LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD. November 13, 1898. AKUANUKMICNT or PAHHKNOKK TRAINS. LEAVE PKKK.LAND. ; 620a ni for Weatherly, Munch Chunk, I v Allenlowu, Bethlehem, East on, Philu jk dolphin and New York. 7 40 a in for Sandy Hun, White Haven, Wllkes-Burre, Plttatou and Scranton. 8 20 a in for Weatherly, Maucb Chunk. Al luntowu, Bethlehem, Euston, Philadel phia, New York uud Ha /.let on. 9 33 a in for Ha/.lctoii. Mahanoy City, Shen andoah, Alt, tunnel, Shuiuokiii and Pottsviile. 1 1 55 a in for Sandy Run, White Haven, Wilkes-Burre, Scruuton and all points West. 4 30 p iti for Hazleton, Mahuuoy City, Shen andoah, Mt. Cariuei, SliuinoUin and Pottsviile. 6 37 l> ni lor Sandy Run, White Haven, Wilkes-Burro uud Scranton. 0 59 p ni for Huzleton, Mahanoy City, Shen andoah, Mt. Carinel, Shuinokm. AHKIVE AT FREELAND. 720 u m from Pottsviile, Delano and Huzleton. • 7 40 a m from Pottsviile, Shumokin, Mt. Curmel, Sheiiundouh, Mahuuoy City und Huzleton. 9 17 a m from New York, Philadelphia, Euston, Bethlehem, AUentowu, Muuch Clifhik and Weatherly. 9 33 a in from Scruuton, Wilkes-Barre and White Haven. 1 1 55 a m lroin Pottsviile, Shumokin, Mt. Curiae), Shenandoah, Maluiuoy City and Huzleton. 4 30 l> m from scranton, Wilkes-Barre and white Haven. 0 37 P in from New York, Philadelphia, Euston, Bethlehem, Allentown, Potts viile, Shumokin, Mt. Carmcl, Shenan doah. Mahanoy City and Huzleton. 6 59 P ni from Scruuton, Wilkes-Barre and While Haven. IFor turiher iuti lmation inquire of Ticket Ar Airenta. ™ itoLLINII. WILBUR, General Superintendent. CHAS. S. LEE, Hen'l Pass. Agent. £ Cortlandt Street, New York City. THK DELAWARE, SUBHUEIIANNA AND KCHUYI.K'LL KAII.ROAD. Time table in effect April 18, 1897. Trains leave Drifton for Jeddo, Eckley, Hazle Brook, Stockton, Beaver Meadow Road, ltout; and Hazleton Junction at 6 JO, OUU u ru, diulj except Sunday; and T 03 a m, £ 38 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Dril'ton for Harwood,Cranberry. Tomhicken and Dcringer at 5 30, 0 DO a in, daily except Sunday; and 7 03 a in, £3B p m, Sun day. Trains leave Drifton for Oneida Junction. Burwood itoud, Humboldt Road, Oneida and Shepptou at 000 a in, daily except Sun day; and 7 03 a ra, £ 38 p in, Sunday. Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Harwood. Cranberry, Tomhicken and Deringer at 036 a in, daily except Sunday; and 8 53 a m, 4 ££ p m, Sunday. Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Oneida Junction, Harwood Road, Humboldt Road. Oneida and Stieppton at 0 :i£. 11 10 a in, 4 41 p in, daily except Sunday; and 7 37 a in, 311 pin, Sunday. Trains leave Deringer for Tomhicken, Cran berry, Harwood, Hazleton Junction und lioun at £ 35, 6 40 p m, dally except Sunday; and 037 a in, 6 07 p in, Sunday. Trains leave Nhcppton for Oneida, Humboldt Road, Harwood Road, Oneidu Junction, Hazle ton Junction a*id Roan at 7 11 am, I£4U, s££ p m, daily except Sunday; and 8 ll a m, 3 44 p in, Sunday. Trains leuvc Sheppton for Beaver Meadow Road, Stockton, Bazle Brook, Eckley, Jeddo aand Drifton at 6 23 p in, dally, except Sunday; Wiind 8 11 a m, 3 44 p in, Sunday. Trains leave Huzleton Junction for Beaver Meadow Roud, Stockton, Huzlc Brook, Eckley, Jeddo and Drifton at 5 45, r£tt p m. daily, except Suuduy; und K) lilji m, 5 4U p in, Sunday. All trains connect at Hazleton Junction with electric ears for Hazleton, Jeanosville, Audcn i ried and other point* on tho Traction Coxn -1 pany's line. Trains leaving Drifton at 5 30, 0 (XJ a m make connection at Deringer with P. R. It. trains for Wilkesbarre, Sunbury, Uarrisburg and points west. For the accommodation of passengers at. way stations between Hazleton Junction and Der inger, a train will leave the former point at 350 p m, daily, except Suuduy, arriving at Deringer at 5 00 p m. LUTHER C. SMITH, Superintendent. PRICES OF CANDY REDUCED; The New York Confectionery Manufactory takes pleasure in announcing to its patrons und the people of Freeland that the prices of its large uud varied assortments of candies and confectionery have been reduced from £0 to 50 per cent. Until further notice we will sell us follows: 'Good 10c Candy AT 5c A LB. Fine 15c Candy AT 10c A LB. French Mixed Candy Formerly 13c alb. Now Sold at 8c alb. All other candy largely reduced In price. Our assortment is by far the most, complete ever offered for the inspection of Freeland jpeople, and we guarantee the purity and (quality of our goods. As we sell nothing but ykcundy you should come to us when you want R ulue for your money. NEW YORK Confectionery Manufactory, 85 CENTRE STREET. Karkampasies & Karampas, PROPS. State Normal School. Tho EAST STROUDBBURO NORMAL offers mi/ierior educational advantages. I rs LOCATION IS In the Famoue llceort region of the state. ITS HITI.DINOS are new and modern. KRI'SSIOI.SCARPKTS In all students' rooms. No SCHOOL provides such home com forts. Goou HOARDING, a recognized feature. COLLEGE. I'HI:I>ARATORV. MUSIC. EI.O CUTIONHKV and SEWING aud DRESS MAKING DKUARTMENTS. WINTER TERM 01-ENED .TAN, 2, 1809. Send postal for illustrated catalogue. GEO. P- BIBLE, A. M., Principal. Read - the - Tribune. BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. PARAGRAPHS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE REGION. Synopßi* of Local and Mittcelluneun Oc currtsnoeN That Can lt Head Quickly. What the Folks of This uutl Dtlier Towns Are Doing. Tho monthly mooting of tho borough council will bo held this evening. A mooting of tho Hoard of Trado has boon called for Wednesday evening. "The Midnight Alarm," which will be played here this evening, gave good satisfaction at Hazleton Saturday night. John Yuhas, of Drifton, and Miss Mary Funyak, of town, will marry next Saturday at St. John's Slavonian church. Harry Hughes, of Jeddo, has his foot crushed between bumpers of cars in Oakdale mines on Saturday. Ho was taken to the miners' hospital. Hazle township Republicans w ill elect, three delegates at each poll on Saturday evening to attend the township conven tion. The date of tho latter has not yet been announced. A. Oswald sells three bars of grand ma's butter milk soap for the small sum of sc. Judge Lynch on Saturday appointed the following as examiners of mine fore man applicants in this district: James Roderick, Robert Man roe, Patrick Kelly. Stephen Charles. Hazicton's company of the new Na tional Guard, Company D, of the Seventh regiment, lias been ordered to parade at the inauguration of Governor-elect Stone at Uarrisburg on the 17th inst. Thomas, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mellugh, died at its homo on South Washington street Saturday morning. Funeral today at 2 o'clock. Interment at St. Ann's cemetery. The Carbon county court handed down decisions in liquor license applicants' cases on Friday. All the old licenses wore granted. Eleven new applicants were heard, but not one of them receiv ed a license! Roland Reed, the well-know actor, was arrainged before Alderman Donohue, of Wilkesbarre, last week, charged with committing an assault on Roger Howell, the property man at the Nesbitt theatre. He was lined $12.50 and costs, which lie paid. Charles R. Snyder, late editor of the Hazleton Sentinel . has been appointed clerk to one of the senate committees at Washington through the Influence of Senator Scott. In return, it is alleged, his brother, Representative F. L. Sny dor, will vote for Quay's re-election. Dancing school at Valines'opera house Saturday evening by St. Ann's band. Admission, gents 25 cents. A Lansford Hungarian sold his wife on Christmas to a fellow-countryman. The purchaser refused to give the woman up the next day when the sober ed man called for her, whereupon the latter Hun had the former arrested. A squire restored thq woman to her lawful husband. The Reformed Pastoral Association of Hazleton will meet in monthly session in St. John's Reformed church. Free laud, on Monday, the 10th inst. The afternoon session is private. The even ing session is for the public, aud interest ing topics will be discussed by the min isters. All are kindly invited. Glen Lynn, a mining town near Nantl coke, has a case of small-pox. The victim is Mrs. Joseph Samfnskf. The physicians say the case Is a mild one, and all precautions have been taken to quarantine the premises. Mrs. Samtn ski arrived in Glen Lyon from Chicago last week. It Is believed she contracted the disease in that city. PERSONALITIES. Several dispatches were recoived yes terday stating that John Shearon, of Anaconda, Montana, is lying in a pre carious condition and little hope of his recovery is entertained.— Standard. C'lias. J. McGIII came up from Phila delphia last week to see his mother, brother and sister, all of whom were confined to their home in Highland with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gillespie, of Washington street, are entertaining two very young daughters at their home since Wednesday evening. John J. Gorman will represent Free land in the jury-box this week. Rev. Carl Houser is attending to church business iu Ohio. PLEASURE CALENDAR. January 10.—Fair of Young Men's C. T, A. li. Corps at Grand opera house hall. Admission. f> cents. January 21. —Annual fair of the Citi zens' Hose Company at Yannos' opera house, closing January 30 with a ball. CA.STOHIA.. Bears the /f Tta Kind You Have Always Bought Watch the date on your paper. FREELAND, PA., MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1899. Newi)H|)#r Men Dined. The newspaper men of the vicinity were tendered a banquet at the Free land House on Saturday evening by the proprietor, Frank Eberott. An excel lent table was set before the guests, and an enjoyable time was had. The pre valence of grip among the members of the profession caused the absence of many who would otherwise have been present: Those in attendance were: George Mane, .fames Cadden, VV. A. Evans, Ilenry Folweiler, Hazleton Sen tinel; J. 8. McDonald, Hazleton Stand ard; William Pitt. Hunter, Conynghaui llerald; W. It. Flad, Daniel Kline, Free land Pre**; Andrew Zeraany. Freeland Slavonic Truth; D. S. Buckley. FBEKLANP TRIBUNE. Postmaster B. F. Davis, oi town, and J. C. Powell, of Hazleton, also graced the affair with their presence. Frceland'rt Soldier Boy*. John McKinley, who rejoined his regi ment, the Fourtli artillery, at Fortress Monroe last month, has been in poor health since leaving Freeland. His friends are making efforts to secure his discharge from the service before his health becomes permanently impaired. Hugh McGroarty, of Battery B, Third artillery, who was visited at Fortress Monroe by his mother and brother John last week, is recovering from his illness and expects to be granted a furlough next week. A few weeks at home, it is thought, will restore his health. All the Freeland boys at Fortress Monroe are in good health, excepting the above-named. Some of them who enlisted as musicians claim the govern ment has not fulfilled its promise to place them in tho band. Late ItrNideut of Drifton Dead. Mrs. John Edmunds died in Wilkes barre on Saturday morning, after an ill ness of eight weeks. She was a former resident of this section, having been proprietress of the Drifton hotel for six years. Tho following children survive: David, of Washington, now here on a visit with his wife; William. John. Kate. Margaret, of Wilkesbarre; Thomas, Mrs. E. J. Edwards, Drifton; Mrs. William F. Hoch, Miss Miriam, Freeland; Mrs. Annie Hearst, Now East Market, Mary land. The funeral will tako place tomorrow afternoon. Interment at Wilkesbarre. Murder SuxprctH In Jail. Thomas and John Monabau, brothers of Mary Mon ah an, who was house keeper for Michael Corcoran when he was murdered at his homo in Duryt*a last month, were arrested Saturday evening, charged with committing tho terrible murder. The two men and their sister have been placed in jail to await a further hearing, which will be given them tomorrow evening at Wilkes barre. Detoctivess have been constant ly at work since the murder and claim to have convincing preof that the parties arrested are guilty. Republican Poor Convention. The Republicans of the Luzorue por tion of the Middle Coal Field Poor Dis trict will meet at their respective poll ing places on Saturday evening and choose delegates lo attend the conven tion to be held at the Cottage hall. Free land, on Monday next at 2 p. in. The candidate for director will this year bo a resident of the Luzerne portion of the district, Director Schwartz's term expir ing next spring. ShaefTer'it Wlfn Seeks u Divorce. * Cora Shaeffer applied OIL Friday for a divorce from her husband, William Shaeffer, who is serving a term in the Eastern penitentiary, and who was one of the most daring desperadoes the county over produced. He was involved in tho conspiracy to liberate tho murderer, "Terrible Pete" Wassel, and blow up the jail, and afterward held officers at bay for several hours. Hugh Coll, aged 55 years, died sudden ly at his homo in Ebervale yesterday. He was suffering from the grip. Until a short time ago he was a prominent resident of the South Side, but worked in Oakdale mines at the time of his death. He is survived by a wife and family of six children. The pastors' association of Plymouth Lai asked for tho passage of a curfew ordinance to keep the boys off the street at night, for the enforcement of the Sunday law and that all screens shall be removed from windows aud doors of saloons. Two strangers who claimed to be missionaries from Mesopotaina, Asia Minor, victimized a number of clergy men and church members in the Bethle hems last week and made their escape. Private Frank Deem, of Company E, Eighth Pennsylvania regiment, was ar rested at his home, in Mahanoy City, on Friday, charged with desertion from the camp in Georgia. The new year came in on Sunday and ends on Sunday. It should be a good year. CASTOniA, Bears tho II" Kind You Hate Always Bought Society Officer* Elected. Freeland Council, No. 358, Jr. O. U. A. M., elected the following officers last week: Councilor —Andrew Shore. Vice councilor—William Challenger. Recording secretary—Joseph McClel lan. Assistant—William (iibbon. Financial secretary—.lames M. Dwyer. Treasurer—R F. Rute. Warden —Leopold Holland. Conductor —Joseph Hinkle. Inside sentinel—Alfred M. Shive. Outside sentinel—S. F. Rogert. Trustee—Harry McClellan. Chaplain—John R. Royd. Drum corps commissioner—Thomas Howey. Camp 147. P. O. s. of A.. Freeland, elected the following officers Friday evening. President—Jesse A. Alden. Vice president—Calvin Whitcbrcad. Master of forms—Morgan Jones. Sentinel—(ieorge S. Henritzy. Financial secretary—J. E. Frltzhiger. Treasurer—J. Wilkes Everett. Conductor—Christian Sachs. Ins pec tor—J osoph Mo w rey. Guard—\V. H. Van Horn. Trustees—Morgan Jones, J. \V. Everett, J. A. Alden. Returned Soldier to Marry. Charles Dusheck, of Driftou. who join ed the Twelfth regular infantry during the war, lias secured an honorable dis charge. He returned home last week and will resume his position on the Drif ton surveying corps. Charles was dis appointed because the war ended before he had a chance to fight. As soon as Charles received his discharge from Uncle Sam's army lie filed an applica tion for enlistment in the world's great army of Renedicts, and so successful was he that on Saturday next he will join hands with Miss Fanny Fronek. of Eckley, at St. John's Slavonian church, and together they will fight life's battles hereafter. Mr. Dusheck, by his self-sacrificing action at the first call to arms, showed that he possesses the true conception of patriotism, and the community will wish him and his bonny bride many years of happy life. The groom-to-be is a nephew of Charles and John Dusheck, of town. Coal Drain In Lackawanna. Two collieries and 8.450 acres of coal land owned by the Lackawanna Iron and Steel Company have been sold to Joseph R. Dickson, of New York city, who represents the People's Coal Com pany, which was chartered at Harris burg recently. Roth the collcries are well equipped and the vol us of coal that are being mined are the richest in the Lackawanna valley. The new opera tors will ship over the New York, On tario and Western Railroad Company, which, since the construction of its coal fields blanch a half dozen years ago, has become quite an important factor in the anthracite coal trade. A director of the railroad is authority for the statement that a sum approach ing $5,000,000 is represented in the pur chase of the properties. Delano Family Prostrated. Rv the narrowest margin a whole family escaped being wiped out by poisonous sulphur fufnes at Delano. Martin Neeb awoke, feeling distressed and hardly able to breathe. He stag gered to his feet, but collapsed in a heap on the floor. His wife, aroused by the fall, arose, only to succumb to the same deadly influence. Roth were dis covered prostrate on the floor by a boarder, Mr. Haley, who after much difficulty revived both and secured help. The three children were next visited, and they, too, wore found in a similar condition. They were resuscitated after a liberal application of restoratives. The gas was found to generate in the kitchen stove and escaped through an open door into the house. Death of Dr. A. P. Kissel. Dr. A. P. Rissel, one of the oldest and best known physicians in Schuylkill and widely acquainted throughout the state, died Thursday morning from age infirmities. He was a native of Con necticut. He practiced in Philadelphia thirty years ago, then located in Ma li an oy City, where lie followed his chosen profession with success. A wife and two children, I)r. John R. and Miss S. A. Rissel, survive him. He was 70 years oid. If you are out looking for the nomina tion for a borough office, place your card in the Tkihuxk. It is a sure way j of getting your name before the voters. , The residence of Hugh Malloy, which j was damaged by fire on the Ist inst., is i being repaired. OASTOniA. Bean the a The Kind You Have Always Bought MISCELLANEOUS ADVEItTISEM ENTS LPOR KENT.—A large, welh located store X' room; rates very rens mable; immediate possession given. H. M. Ilreslin, South Centre street, 1 reeiaud. HNIR SALE. Pudding lot, 31x186 feet, on North Itidge street; excellent locution for residence. Apply at Tiuuunk office for price. New Way to Put Out Mine Fire. A new method of fighting mine flres is being tried at the Pennsylvania Coal Company's No. o colliery at Pittston, and in a short time it is thought the fire will be put out without a general flood ing. At first it was thought that flood ing was unavoidable. The difficulty was to force water to parts of the mine where the lire rages, as a cushion of gas and air protects it. It was finally decided to build a dam part way down the slope, which would hold several' thousand gallons of water. A gateway was ti#m so constructed that by operating it the water would rush down upon the fire in a mammoth stream. When the dam was emptied the gale would be closed again and more water pumped in. The force of the water rushing down the slope displaces the bank oT air and gas around the lire und carries the water to the fire. Keep the Local Paper in Your Home. "Do the city papers say anything in regard to your locality?" asks an ex-1 change. "Do they contain notices of vour school, lodges, and the hundreds of local matters of interest your home paper publishes? Not an item. Do they publish a word calculated to draw trade to your town and your enterprise? And yet tliero are men who take con tracted views in the matter, who think if they don't get as many square inches of reading matter in their homo paper, they arc not getting the worth of their money. It reminds one of the man who took the largest pair of boots in the box because the price was the same as the pair that fitted him. Tako the city paper if you want to, but don't let it crowd the local paper out of your home." How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned have known F.J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by tbeir Arm. WEST TKUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WALDING, KIXXAN* & MARVIN, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggirta. TESTIMONIALS frrt. Hall's Family Pills are the best. "The Midnight Alarm." "The Midnight Alarm" will ho the at traction at the Grand opera house this evening. Tills great live-act sensa tional comedy drama by James VV. Ilarklps, Jr.. author of '"The White Squadron," should draw crowded houses to all tho performances. With the strong cast that is to appear in its pres entation there is no question that a crowded house will be the rule. The play abounds In sensational effects and grand climaxes. Among some of the scenes are the interior of a New York lire-engloe house, the flight of the South Shore express, the East river docks and many others. Every scene is nicely portrayed and described and not one Is ovefdrawn. Popular prices.' Business Hen'* Excursion to New York. Via Lehigh Valley Railroad. The Lehigh Valley Railroad announces a rate of $2.45 for adults and $1.85 for children for the round trip from En-eland to New York and return. Tickets will be sold good for all regular trains, except the "Black Diamond Express," January 9, 1899. and will he limited for return with in three days, including date of issue. Inquire of ticket ugonts for time table and further particulars. Card of Thanks. The undersigned organization desires to convey its sincere thanks for the very generous' treatment and donations re ceived front the people of Freeland on Monday, January 2, 1899. St. Ann's Parish Band. The case of Councilman Rudewlck, charged with holding office Illegally, was continued on Friday to the next term of court. A POSITIVE CUREfor Diphth.r Qu Catarrh and all throat trouble. Perfectly Harm less. Pnoe, 600. per bottl,, for ssleliy drntju ists every where. THOMPSON DIPHTHERIA CURE CO.. Williamipsrt, P*. "STORY OF THE PHILIPPINES."' By Murat HnlHtead. "Story of tin- Philippines" is tho title of tho best book published on tho now En stern Pos sessions of the United States. Ft is written in a clear, vigorous style by the famous author and editor and noted war correspondent. Mo rat II n Ist cad. John Billy, of Freeland, is agent for Free hold and vicinity, and will call for your order. Every home should have this standard book. —Dr. David Kennedys Favorite Remedy CURES ALL KIDNEY* STOMACH 4/ , —AND LIVER TROUBLES. _Dr. David Kennedys favorite Remedy CURES ALL KIDNEY. STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES. —Dr. David Kennedys favorite Remedy CURES ALL KIDNEY. STOMACH " , - - AND LIVER TROUBLES. THE INDIAN FIGHTER INDIVIDUAL FIGHTING HIS STYLE, AND TIME HASN'T CHANGED IT. It Is Seldom That an Order Is Given Him in Battle—The United Mates Kug ular Knows Ills Traits aud Is an Ex pert at the Dame. The Indian method of fighting, as shown at Leech Lake, is a unique type of warfare and as such is a subject of great interest to foreign military men. The United States regular soldier is an expert at it, and has learned to fight the Indian as the Indian fights him. Military attaches sent by foreign gov ernments to observe the Spanish-Amer ican war asked many questions from American officers on this topic, and considered the veteran Indian fighter, represented by such men a.s Generals Chaffee and Kent, as one of the best types of soldiers. Individual fighting is the Indian style. It was so in the days before the revolution, and century has not chang edl it. The Indian has adopted many innovations taught him by the white man. He usually wears "store clothes" in these days and lives in a house, even if it is only a log hut. But he fights as his forefathers did, seeking to gain an advantage over his foe by ambush or some other form of strategy. The Indian who can hide behind a rock or tree and shoot down au unsuspecting foe who is passing is considered much more of a hero than one who will fight in the open and die bravely facing the enemy. Indians on the warpath are com manded by chiefs, who are generally elected at a council fire. These chiefs are usually the heads of large families and command squads of from twenty to 100 men, composed of their brothers, sons, cousins and other relatives. One of the chiefs is known as the "Great Chief," and is usually given this rank for prowess in war or hunting. He oc cupies something like the same relation to the forces under him that a general or colonel has in the United States army, but his authority is much more restricted and is exercised only in rare cases. The usual method in a fight, such as that at Leech Lake, is for the chief to* advance and his men to follow him, keeping near enough to see his move ments and acting in conformity with tl.em. When the foe approaches with in range general firing begins, one of the chiefs usually setting the example. When his men see him fire they fire, too, and so the rattle of the gun be comes general. It is seldom that an order is given to an Indian in battle. He follows his chief, picking out individual foes and fighting them individually. His scant commissary and quartermaster's ar rangements are attended to by squaws. The United States regular, when fighting Indians, adopts their tactics only when the Indians are near. The skirmish formation is then used and the men dodge behind trees or rocks, but they listen for and quickly obey orders of their officers. If hard pre3s -3d they usually assetfible and throw up hasty intrenchments, where they can nour a collective fire into any foe that may attack them. CASTOR 5 A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought GRAND OPERA-HOUSE Geo. MeLuiiglilit). Manager. Tcnigflit Onl3r. Monday, Jan. 9, '99. The Favorite Sensational Comedy Drama, TEE MIDNIGHT ALARM In Five Acts, by Jurnes W. Harkius, Jr. GREAT CAST! GREAT SCENERY! GREAT EFFECTS! '■ PRICES: 25,35 and 58 CENTS. E#"'Seats on sale at Woodrlng's. VIENNAT BAKERY. J. B. LAUBACH, Prop. Centre Street, Frceland. CHOICE BREAD OF ALB KINDS, CAKES, AND PASTRY, DAILY. FANCY AND NOVELTY CAKE: I BAKED TO ORDER. Confectionery $ lee Cream supplied to balls, parties or picnics, n itli all necessary adjuncts, at shortest notice and fairest prices. Delivery and supply wayons to all parts oj j town and surroundiitys every day. [ 81.50 PER YEAR You Know Us Wei! Enough to fool that, whatever you want in our lino cannot ho bought to any hotter advantage than of us. More than that, there is nothing here that you cannot buy with per fect safety. Our bargains are ijuality ami price bargain*, consist ing of an elegant line of well tullor i od. well trimmed, perfect lining copies of the fashion plate. CLOTHING. Our lines of Gents" Furnishings, Hoots. Shoes, etc.. arc also the finest in town, and our prices are surprisingly low. Philadelphia ONE-PRICE Clothing House. | BIRKBECK BRICK, FREELAKD. £MIAS. OUIOX STUOH, Attorney ar.d Counselor at Law and Notary Public. Ollice: Rooms 1 and 2, It Irk beck brick, Frcelaiid JOHN M. CAUU, Attorney-at-Law. All legal business promptly attended. Postoflice building-, ... Freelaud. Q EOItGE McLAUGIILIX, Attorncy-at-Law. Leyal Business of Any Description. brenuan's building, So. Centre St., Freelaud. HPIIOS. A. IH'CKLEY, 1 Justice of the Peace. All business given prompt attention. Tribune BulldlnK, . . Main Street. jyjHS. S. E. IIAYES, Fire Insurance Agent. Washington Street. None but lieliable Companies lie presented. JJU N. MALEY, DENTIST. OVEH BIRKBECK'fcj STOKE, Si'iMiuil Flour, - ■ Mirk beck Brick. . KOHIiBACH, General Hardware. builders' supplies of every kind alwavs in stock. Wall paper, paints, and tinware, liiey cles and repairs of all sorts. South Centre street. LIBOR WINTER, Eating House and Oyster Saloon. No. 13 Front Street, Freelaud. Temperanee drinks, cigars, ete. Families supplied with oysters direct from the shore. GEORGE FISHER, , dealer in FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, BOLOGNA, SMOKED MEATS, ETC., ETC. Call at No. fl Walnut street, Frceland, or wait for the delivery wagons. VERV LOWEST PRICES. Condy 0. Boyle, dealer in Liquor, Wine, Beer, Porter,"Etc. The finest, brands of Domestic and Imported >\ hiskoy ou sale In one of the handsomest sa loons m town Fresh Uoehestor and Shenan doah beer and \ cungling's Porter on tap. M Centre street. " T. CAMPBELL, denier in lil\ T .'Xr-ocIM, Hi*.to : cries,. .KooIK SU ii (1 HSHK'S.; Also PURE WINES M LIQUORS FOll FAMILY AMD MEDICINAL rURPOSKS. Centre nntl Main streets, Freelaud.