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liUblliblA 1888. PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY, Limited. OFFICK: MAIN STREET ABOVE CENTRE. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. FREELANI).—The TRIBUNE is delivered by carriers to subscribers in Freeland at the rate of 12X cents a month, payable every two months, or $1.60 a year, payable In advance. The TRIBUNE may be ordered direct from the carriers or from the office. Complaints of irregular or tardy delivery service will receive prompt attention. BY MAIL.—The TRIBUNE is sent to out-of town subscribers for $1.50 a year, payable iu advance; pro rata terms for shorter periods. The date when the subscription expires is on the address label of each paper. Prompt re newals must be made at the expiration, other wise the subscription will be discontinued. Entered at the Postofflce at Freeland, Pa., as Second-Class Matter. Make all money orders, checks, etc., payable to the Tribune Printing Company, Limited. FREELAND, PA., MARCH 13, 1903. BREVITIES. Thomas A. Dress, of Pinegrove, Schuylkill county, wa9 sentenced yes terday to sixty days in prison for trying to bribe a Civil Service commissioner to obtain him a government position. He offered only S2O for a job as watchman at Washington. The remains of the late Condy Boyle were followed yesterday morning from his home ou North Ridge street to St. Ann's church by a large number of friends and rolatives. Maj. C. B. Ccxe Post, O. A. R., attended the funeral In a body. Don't you remember how good Free land bock beer was last year? Out tomorrow Call for It. Joseph Zahman, of Pottsville, who was a non-union workman during the strike, has become violently insane. The treatment accorded him preyed upon bis mind until he became a wreck. He was removed to Schuylkill Haven asylum. Henry Fisher, of Birkbeck street, former superintendent of the Freeland Water Company, who is recovering from a severe illness, will remove on April 1 to Butler valley to take charge of a farm which he owns there. Wall paper from 7c per double roll up at Wm. Birkbeck's. All the 1901 styles. This Is pay-day week and the enter prising merchants of town who want business have their announcements in today's issue. Buyers 9hould patronize those who ask them for their trade. The will of the late August Donop leaves all his property to his wife, Amelia, and she is named as executrix. The estate is valued at $1,700. James Gallagher, a brother of Council man P. G. Gallagher, of the Fourth ward, Is slowly recovering from an at tack of pneumonia. Ice cream on sale at Merkt'9. The ranks of the Civil war veterans of Freeland were reduced two this week by the deaths of Condy Boyle and Con rad Hoch. Mr. and Mrs. Oliie Mason and family left yesterday for bavannah, Georgia, where tbey will make their future home. Henry Iliukle, a well known resident of Weatherly, died yesterday at the age of 75 years. Freeland bock beer tomorrow. f SrrAi>ing an Acquaintance. f Boy (or hither side of line fence) —If I had a face like yours, I'd take It off and let it rest awhile. New Boy (on the other side)—lf I had a face like yours, I'd see if I couldn't run It for enough soap to give it a SPashln'.—New York Tribune. Applied Knowledge. Teacher—Willie, you may spell "felt." J Willie — F-e-l-t. Teacher—That's right. Now, John ny, whnt Is felt? Johnny- .Mamma's slipper. lndia n Journal. c - luueeciimrr. , - Maginnis—Now, phwat's the use of hnvln' a notice to tell a man who's in the water that there's "Danger Here?" "-Chicago News. So many eases of troublesome short circuiting of electric wires have oc curred recently by OWIR, crows, hawks, eagles, etc.. lighting on the wires that the lileclrieal Itevlew suggests the ex pedient of putting scarecrowH oil the tops of the poles. The electrical Invent ors have found wnys to head off most of the technical troubles of electric dis tribution. but these pranks of animals Are uiave diillcult to prevent HAND IN HAND. WHERE YOU FIND ONE, YOU'LL FIND THE OTHER. Health and Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy are boon Companions; Ihey travel together hand in hand, and where you find one you'll find the other. The countless testimonials received by the Doctor from sufferers who have been cured of the numerous diseases of the Kidneys. Bladder, Blood, Rheuina fcism. Dyspepsia andFemalo Weaknesses, is splendid proof of this fact. Put some urine in a small glass and let it stand 24 hours; if it has a sedi ment; if it is pale or discolored, cloudy or ropy; your kidneys and bladder are sick and there is 110 medicine in existence that has made such remarkable cures as Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. If you are doubtful, it will only cost you the price of a postal oard TO DISPEL THAT DOUBT. It is a matter of absolute indifference to us how many physicians or specialists have prescribed for you without bring ing you relief; write your full name and address on a postal card and send it to the Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y., and you will receive absolutely free, a trial bottle of DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, of sufficient quantity to con vince you of its rapid relieving powers, and that a continuation of its use will cure any disease of the Kidneys, Liver, Bladder and Blood. Druggists sell it in New SO Cent Sl*e and the regular SI.OO size bottles. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S ROSE JELLY radical cur* Catarrh, Nay Favor and Cold iu Head. 50c. GRAND OPERA HOUSE; J. J. McMcnamin, Manager. One Night Only. Friday Evening, March 13. Robert Sherman's Great Comedy Drama, "My Friend From Arkansaw." An Interesting Story of Human Nature. Full of Humor and Dramatic Sensations. Lots of Good Specialties. See the Funny Rube. See the Great Mob Scene. See the Arkansaw Farmer. See the Backwoods Sheriff. Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. Monday Evening, March 16. Rustic Comedy Drama, "One Night in June." Headed by W. J. Holmes, the Author. Sweet Singers. New Specialties. Catchy Music. Clever Dancers. Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. Seats on nale at McMcnamin's store. T. CAMPBELL, dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes. Also PURE WINES Ji LIQUORS FOR FAMILY AND MKDIOINAL PURPOSES. Centre and Main streets. Freeland. We Can Sell Your"Farm," actor y' business or Resi located. We have sold ¥ 3 hundreds of others. Why yL ■ not yours? We have an Kr. \ . original which description and price, and jPC, 51.000,000 to Loan BWfca- CJBfcfci on Good Mortgages. Offices in ail principal cities: highest :iar ences. A. A. ROTTNER A CO., 816 Rcal Eitate Phila-. Pa. Established :89a. LAUBACU'S VIENNA BAKERt B. C. LAUBACH, Prop. Choice Bread of All Kinds, Cnkcs, and Pas try, Daily. Fancy and Novelty Cakes Baked to Order. CONFECTIONERY AND 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. Geo. H. Hartman, Meats and Green Tiuck. Fresh Lard a Specialty. Centre Street, near Central Hotel. M Best Couh Syrnp. Tastes Good. _ 4 In time. Sold by drma,M*t ■*. IH Mgß'M'H'ri-AdM.'Bfli /r —7 n^nvcnvEOisriD. Ttie LeadiD £ Typewriter of tlie The Only Polyglot Using a Hundred Type Shuttles in Twenty-six languages, all immediately interchangeable. Any subscriber oi tho Freelatid Tribune sending us Four Cents in Stumps to cover postuge will recuive u Magnificent Map of tlie World, in Colors, Kl '.xZK Inches. PHILADELPHIA BRAIICH OFFICE OF The Hammond Typewriter Co. 33 and 35 South Tenth Street. Great Purchases Enable Great Selling! There Will Be Some Great Doings in Easter Clothing at NEUBURGER'S FREELAND S DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT STORE. Without a doubt the most magnificent stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits ever brought to lower Luzerne county can now be seen here. Bought under conditions which enable us to offer the most marvelous values. Just think of Hand-Tailored Clothing of the very latest styles in all the newest fabrics of the i season going at these marvelously low prices. See the Stiff Front See the Concave Shoulders The Showing of Children's Suits Excells any Previous Season and we offer the entire swell lot at remarkably low prices. Children's absolutely fast Children's Suits in every Children's Fine Suits, fancy color blue tricot Suits, Norfolk new material; in every new cheviots, serges and thibets, Blouses, double-breasted, ages make we effer remarkable in Norfolks, Blouses and 4 to IG, regular $2.50 value, values at double-breasted, Special Easter Value, $1.33 $2.48, 3,00, 3.50, 4.00 and $5.00 Special Easter Price, $2 Fine high grade 50c Knee Pants go, per pair, at 25c. Furnishings —This department has never been so complete or had so many good things to offer. Boys' Waists—A pretty as- Men's and Boys' laundried Regular 50c fine Imperial , . , . , Shirts in Madras; detached „ . TT , . ~ , sortment in cheviot, seersuck- cuffg) attached and de tached Four-in-Hand 'lies m all the er and Madras, 25c collars, 38c new colors, 25c A Group of Exceptional Dry Goods Bargains. We are always on the alert to take advantage of advanc ing markets that we may continue to hold the prices in our Dry Goods department, where they have always been way, way below all other stores, and have now some exceptional values to offer. Best Indigo Blue and Cocheco Calicoes, 5c a yard. Lakewood L. L. 7e yard-wide Muslin, 5c a yard. Genuine Bates Seersuckers in all the prettiest stripes, plaids and colors of the season, 10c a yard. Nine-Quarter fine Muslin Sheeting, 15c a yard. 70-inch wide fine Bleached Table Linen, 25c a yard. 49c fine cream-color Henrietta, for Confirmation Dresses, 30c a yard. 45-inch wide fine 75c Blue Serge, 50c a yard. Fine Huckaback Towels, sc. Matchless Values la Ladies' Muslin Undergarments. Corset Covers —Fine muslin Drawers—Fine muslin trim neatly trimmed with tucks and med with five tucks and wide embroideries, 15c. hem, 19c. Skirts—Regular 750 value Night Gowns—Exceptional fine muslin neatly tucked and value, mad" full size, neatly embroidery trimmed, 49c. trimmed with embroidery, 49c. Window Curtains—All colors imported Holland spring roller 350 Window Shades, 19c each. Lace Curtains—We are offering exceptional values in Lace Curtains from 69c to $2.98 a pair. JOS. NEUBUR6ER ESTATE, o. s. OR BXRIXJIDIISRCA-, FEEELANE, -A.. OS-W-A-XJX), dealer in Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries and Provisions. FRESH ROLL AND Creamery Butter Always in Stock. Minnesota's Best Patent Flour A Specialty, EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. N. W. Cor. Centre and Front Rt*. % Freeland. Condy 0. Boyle, dealer In LIQUOR, WINE, BEER, PORTER, ETC The tlnest. brands of Domestic and Imported Whiskey 011 sale. Fresh Freeland Beer, Porter and Ale on tup. 98 Centre street. 20 st y leß Men's and Young Men's finest Bannockburn, ■*" Scotch cheviot, fancy unfinished worsted, fancy cassi mere, fancy worsted, black clay worsted and black thibet hand-tailored $15.00 Suits, made up the heighth of fashion, the coat of every Suit having concave shoulders, stiff fronts, hand-made button-holes and hand-felled collars; the fit of every garment is perfect, and such swell clothing was never sold at this low price; your choice of lot, 4>lU Our Complete Stock of Men's and Young Men's Suits for the Spring is here and every new I style is among them. You can find the greatest values we have ever offered at $5, 7.50, 10, 12 and $lB. Men's Exceptionally Fine Men's Fine Spring Overcoats Men's Nobby Suits—Finest Black Suits—Black Venetian and Cravenette Bain Coats— fancy worsted cassimere and lined hand-tailored imported Nobby tan stiff front concave imported fancy cheviot SIB.OO SIB.OO auchen worsted Suits, shoulder covert Spring Over- nobby hand-tailored Suits, Special Easter Price, ag 12 coats, Easter Price, $lO Special Easter Price, £g 12 50-inch long fine Cravenette Rain Coats, Special Easter Price, $lO. Youth's Confirmation Suits Ko" li ™tf„„ Pa . n g t e' B fit 19, made up to the minute in style, coats with stiff fronts and concave shoulders, material of fine blue serge, fine black clay wors- QIRV PA ted and fine black thibet; built for SIO.OO selling; our price, P Ovl LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD. November 16, 1902. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. LEAVE FREELAND. 0 12 a m for Weatherly, Munch Chunk Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Phila delphia and New York. 7 29 a in for Sandy Run, White Haven, Wilkeß-Barre, Pittston and Scranton. 8 15am for Hazleton, Weatherly, Maucb j Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton. , Philadelphia, New York, Delano and Potts vi lie. 9 58 a in for Hazlcton, Delano, Mahanoy City, Shenandouh and Mt. Carmel. 1 1 32 a in for White llaveu, Wilkes-Barre. ! Scranton and the West. 11 4 1 a in for Weatherly, Mauch Chunk, Al lentown, Bethlehem, Euston, Phila- ! dolphin, New York, Hazleton, Delano, j Mahanoy City, Shenandoah and Mt. | Carmel. 4 44 P m for Weatherly, Maueh Chunk, Al lentown, Bethlehem. Easton, Philadel phia, New York, Hazlcton. Delano Mahanoy City, Shenandoah, Mt. Curme and Pottsvllle. 0 33 P m for Sandy Run, White Haven, wilkes-Barre, Scranton and all pointf- West. 7 29 P m for Hazlcton. ARRIVE AT FREELAND. 7 29 a ni from Pottsvillo, Delano and Haz lcton. 9 12 am from New York, Philadelphia, Eas ton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Weatherly, Hazlcton, Mahanoy City, Shenandoah and Mt. Carmel 9 58 am from Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and White Haven. 1 1 32 a m from Pottsville, Mt. Carmel, Shen andoah, Mahanoy City, Deluno and Hazlcton. 12 35 1* ra from New York, Philadelphia. Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk and Weatherly. 4 44 P m from Sorauton, Wilkes-Barre am* white Haven. 0 33 P m from New York, Philadelphia. Easton, Bethlehem Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Weatherly, Mt. Carmel, Shenan doah, Muhanoy City, Delano and Hazlc ton. 7 29 P m from Scranton, Wilkes-Barre anc White Haven. For further information inquire of Tickei Agents. ROLLIN H.WILBUR,GeneraI Superintendent 26 Cortlandt Street, New York City. CHAB. 8. LEE, General Passenger Agent, 26 Cortlandt Street. New York Cl.tj G. J. GILDROY, Division Superintendent, Hazleton, Pa Shoes and Hats. We are now showing the newest to be had in Shoes and Hats. All our Shoes are built for service, the soles of every pair being treated with the new patent water proof preserving metallic process, which insures double the amount of wear. Ths Shield line of Children's SI.OO Shoes go now in all ± leathers at 75c a pair. Vr Youths' and Misses' Fine Shoes, 98c a pair. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Dress Shoes, $1.19 a pair. The Maclnery $2.50 Ladies' and Gents' Shoes go now at $2.00 a pair. "The Neußurger" Corona Gents' patent colt skin $5.00 hand-sewed Shoes in enamel and patent leather, a bonded guarantee with every pair to replace with a new pair any that break through, at $3.75 a pair. The Rossmore Hats. These are the only Hats this season for style, wear and comfort. All the new shapes in soft and stiff at 50c, SI.OO, 1.50, 2.00 and $2.50. Our Ladies' and Misses' Cloak Department Is filling up daily with all the newest creations for the season in Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, Coats, Skirts and Waists and Children's Dresses and Jackets. Ready-to-Use Sheets and Pillow Cases. 81x90-inch Bleached and Unbleached Hemmed Sheets, 49c Bleached Pillow Cases, 10c. \ Exceptional Wrapper Bargain—Ladies' full size fast color r Flannellette $1.25 Wrappers, neatly made and trimmed, 79c. THE DELAWARE, SUSQUEHANNA ANI SCHUYLKILL RAILROAD. Time table in effect May 10. 1901. Trains leave Drifton for Jeddo, Eckley, Hazli Brook, Stockton, Beaver Meadow Road, Roui and Hazleton Junction at 600 a m, daily except Sunday; and 7 07 a m, 2 38 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Drifton for Harwood, Cranberry, Tomhicken and Deringer at 600 a m, daily I except Sunday; and 707 a m, 288 p m. Sun j day. j Trains leave Drifton for Oneida Junction Harwood Road, Humboldt Road, Oneida anr at 600 am, daily except Bu?> ! day; and 7 07 a m, 2 88 p m, Sunday, i Trains leave Hazlcton Junction for Harwood, ! Cranberry, Tomhicken and Deringer at 6 36 e m, daily except Sunday; and 8 63 a m, 4 22 p m j Sunday. 1 Trains leave Hazleton Junction for Oneirit Junction, Harwood Road, Humboldt Road. Oneida and Sheppton at 6 32, 11 10 a m, 4 41 p m. daily except Sunday; and 7 37 a m, 311 pm Sunday. Trains leave Deringer for Tomhicken, Cran berry, Hai wood, Hazleton Junction and Roai at 600 p m, daily except Sunday; and 93' a m, 5 07 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Bheppton for Oneida, Humboldi Road, Harwood Road, Oneida Junction, Hazle ton Junction and Roan at 711 am, 12 40, 62i p m, daily except Sunday; and 8 11 a m, 3 44 p m, Sunday. Trainß leave Sheppton for Beaver Moadov Road, Stockton, Ilazle Brook, Eckley, Jeddc and Drifton at 6 26 p m, daily, except Sunday: and 8 11 a m, 3 44 p m, Sunday. Trains leave Hazlcton Junction for Beavei Meadow Road, Stockton, Hazle Brook, Eckley. Jeddo and Drifton at 649 p m, daily, oxcept Sunday; and 10 10 a m, 5 40 p m, Sunday Train leaving Drifton at 600 a m makes connection at Deringer with P. R. R. trains fo Wilkesbarrc, Bunbury. Harrlsburg and polDta west. LUTHER P. SMITH, Superintendent. CENTRAL RAILROAD OP NEW JERSEY. November 16. 1902. THAINB LEAVE ITPPEB LEHIGH. For New York, at 8 If. a in. For Philadelphia, a* 8 16 a in. For White Haven, at 8 15 a in and 6 05 p in. For Wilkes-Barre, Pittston and Scruntou. at 816 am. For Mauch Chunk, Catasauquu and Allen town, at 8 15 a m. Through tickets to all points at lowest rates may be had on application in udvauce to the ticket agent at the station. C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agent. W. Q. Busier, General Manager. JIIAHERICAN K Vl' %CU; RANTEID * ■J^^^^CLOTMNO I I Md Q verC0 g| S WILKESBARRE ANI) HAZLETON RAILROAD. .January 26. 1903. furs leave and arrive at corner of liroad and Wyoming Streets, Harleton. us follows: HA/I.ETON TO ST. JOHNS. Leave H assist on: HOO, 7 00, 8 00, 000 a in, 12 00 noon, 1 00, 4 00, 5 00. 0 00 p m. Couytighaiu Pass: 6 14. 7 14, 8 14, 914 am, 12 14, 1 14, 4 14. 5 14.6 14 p in. Drums: 6 21, 7 21, 8 21, 921 am, 12 21, 121, I 4 21,5 21,6 21 i> m I Beisels: 6 2-1, 7 23, 8 23, 023 am, 12 28, 123, . 4 23, 5 23. 6 23 p in. Arrive St. Johns: 6 27, 7 27, 8 27, 927 am, I 12 27, 1 27, 4 27, 5 27, 6 27 p m. ST JOHNS TO HA7XETON. Leave St. Johns: 6 30, 7IIU, 8 30, 1130 am, 12 30. 3 30. 4 30. 5 30. 630p m. . 1 Beisels: 6 33, 7 33, 8 33, 1133 urn, 12 33, 833, 4 SI. ft SI, 6 SI p in. M**' Drums: 6 35, 7 35, 8 36, 11516 a in, 12 35, 3 36, w 4 35. ft 35, 6 35 p in. Conynghum Pass: 6 42, 7 42, 8 42. 11 42 am, 12 42,51 42, 1 42, 5 42, 642 p Ul. Arrive Haaleton: 6 57, 7 57, 8 57, 11 57 am, 12 57. 3 57, 4 57. ft 67, 6 57 p in. All ears run daily, except ear leaving Hti/Je ton at 6 00 an, and returning leave St. Johns at 0 30a in, will run only on week days. ALVAN MAHKLB.Gener.il M nager. G. W. TH MPSON, Superintendent. A. F. H A KG ER, General Passenger Agent. Ell 10H TRACTION COMPANY. Freeland Schedule. First ear leaves HazletQQ for Freeland at ' 515 a m, then on the even and hall hour thereafter. First car Sundays at 600a m. First ear leaves Freeland for Ha/.leton at 5 45 a til. then on the 15 and 45 minutes after the hour thereafter. First car Sundays ut 645 a m. Last ear leaves Ha/.leton for Freeland at 11 00 pm. Last ear Sa unlays at 11 510 pm. Last, ear leaves Freeland for Hazlutou at 11 15 pm. Last car Saturdays at 11 45 p ni. Curs leaving Haaleton at eon am connect 1 w tli I). 8. & S. Hail road trains at Ha/Jcton j, A Junction for Hnrwood, Cranberry, Tombicken and Derringer daily except Sunday, and 830 a in und 4 00 p m Sunday. Cars leave Hazlnton for Humboldt road, Duel la and Sheppton at 0 00 and 10 30 a in and 4 00 p m daily, and 7 00 and 3 00 p in Sundays. Cars leave Ha/Jeton for Beaver Meadow road. Stockton, Hazle Brook, Eekley, Jeddo and Driftoti at 5 30 p m daily, und 9 30 a m and 5 30 p m Sunday A. MA UK LB, General Manager. 81.50 a year is all the Tkihvnk costa.