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VOL. XV.-NO 308
SHENANDOAH. PA. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 18.)!).
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FOR CHRISTMAS
GIFTS!
Pianos, Organs,
Sewing machines,
Music cabinets, Ladies' desks,
Morris chairs, China closets,
Pictures, easels, Picture lrames,
Office chairs, Fancy mirrors,
TOO NUMEROUS TO HENTION.
COME AND SEE.
J. P. Williams & Son,
13 S. Main St., Shonandoah, Fn.
iI0'HARA'S
FOR
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS.
I Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
SHENANDOAH and
Bargains For This Week I
IN TIIH I1IO ItUHII last Haturday several articles
were overlookedthought they were all sold -foml
them this mornf tr, and so avr will en
deavor to dlapose of them this week as Nun Year
Hovenlrs Perhaps you have received a Christmas
present and yon will mint to reclprocAte on New
Year's Day. All Toyo will be sold at 30 per
Cent Off the regular prices. We have a few
TOOL CHESTS, Large PIANOS.-Small
DOLLS, MUSICAL TOYS
A SPECIAL ITEM.
A S7.00 Rolling Top Writing Desk in oak, to
goat 3."75. Was sold to n customer, but
thej- found it too siunll for the person intended.
They desire to dispose of it to procure a larger
size. Suitable for a hoy or girl from 7 to 10
vcars old.
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iWALM'S HARDWARE STORE I
KATES,
LBDS,
TOVBS.
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SPECIALTIES !
D CANNED GOODS I o
TOMATOES. Choice cold packed, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Extra quality and extra size can, 10 cts,
Fancy quality, the largest cans and fin
est goods packed, 2 cans for 25 cents.
Good tomatoes, medium size, 5 cans, 25c.
CORN. Choice Maryland corn, 4 cans for 25 cents.
Fine N. Y. state sugar corn, 3 cans for 25 cents.
The finest Maine corn, 2 cans for 25 cents.
PEAS. Fancy Early June and Sweet Wrinkled, 2 cans,3sc
Choice Marrows, 10 cents.
Good Marrowfats, 3 cans lor 25 cents.
LIMA BEANS.-Extra quality, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Fancy quality Maine, 2 cans for 25 cts.
OTDIMA CJCTAMC Grind minlitv. a cans for 2? cents.
Choice white wax, 3 for 25 cents.
Fancy stringless, 2 cans for 25 cts.
PLUM PUDDING. Two cans for 25 cents.
SOUPS. Concentrated six kinds good, cheap con
venient 10 cents a can.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH.
The largeot stock and boat assortment of Floor
Oil Cloth wo have cvor orrereu,
At KEITER'S.
Book cases, Rocking horses,
Doll carriages, Black boards,
Children's chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ladies' toilet tables,
Fancy rockers, Piano stools,
j Foot rests, Children's couches.
FURNITURE AND
MUSIC STORE.
AND
Haiti Street,
MAHANOY GITY.
Sized BUREAUS, SIDEBOARDS, SWINGS,
only one and two of a kind.
23 NORTH MAIN ST.
"Merry Christmas"
and
'A Happy New Year."
HO OLD STOCK
Ii ottered to our patron. Tfe
Burtment of Holiday 'Ir e anij
H Up pern is new, fresh and atynh
autl the rjunlity Is All that could be
desired. Our line of
Men's, Women's and
Children's Fancy Slip
pers For presentation purposes should
receive your attention. You cannot
And more elegant goods nor lower
prices.
. Manning,
ND OAK STREETS.
FOUND DEAD.
Ilody F.umt hy Miners Near I'HtU riari
This Morning.
Miners on their way to work at BM n'elnrk
this morning found the dead body of ni.su
between n siding and the main track of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad, and a short ills .nw
east of the I'aik Place station. There wks
deep gash on tho back of the hrad, near the
left ear, and the condition of the body and
surroundings Indicated that the roan wa
killed by an engine.
The remains wero identified as those of
Thomas Poplcakl, aged SI years and boarding
at Park Place. He Lft his boarding house at
about seven o'clock last night to vl.lt his
step-brother, Joseph Poplossl, at Trenton,
lllrthday Surprise.
Miss Mary Lambert was tendered a birth
day surprise party last evening at the resi
dence or her parents, Mr aud Mrs. Matthew
Lambert, on East Oak street, in celebration
of her eleventh birthday anniversary
Uames wero played and refreshments served.
The following wero tho young people who en
joyed the ovont : Mary A. llurke, Jennie
Burke. Sallie llardmati. Maggie Whltaker,
of iatosvllle; Katie Purccll, Mary Tracey,
Katie Brennau, Hoso Dougherty, Maggie
Kellly. Ella lilgglns, May Phillips, Htcllu
Levlne. Triple Levlne. May Wells, Mildred
Magarglo, Mary Porcell, Lizzie McOovern,
Lucy Shoehy, Carrie Church. Bessie Dowllug.
Thomas Purcell. John Higgins, Willie Flah
erty, George and Harold Lambert, Martin
Delaney, Harry Magargle, James Clettry.
1 nomas and f rank Urenuan.
New Year clfta am nltnnar. A nnnnlar a.
unristmas girts, it's the proper time to re
turn ttlA IIIIAm..fui1 Pl.ptafn.au Intnl. ....
remember those you unintentionally over-
looaeu. 11 you want mo rigul article at the
right ptices you can get it at Brumms. tf
Myers Engagement Opened,
The Little Irene Ms crs Company opened a
week's engagement at Ferguson's theatre
yesterday afternoon producing "The Bur
glar" before a crowded house. The evening's
entertainment was also attended by a large
audience, all seats in the house being sold be
fore tho curtain wont up on the first act.
The bill for the night was 'Outcasts of a
Ure.it City." I.I t tie Ireno is as cute aud
winsome as ever and carries the audience
with her throughout tho play. Clever spec
ialties are Introduced at each performance.
To-night ' The Silver King" will be pro
duced. A matinee will bo given to-morrow
afternoon.
tfl-Mniaptioiie Entertainment.
L. J. Wilkinson, tho dry goods merchant,
received a grainapbone from his wife among
his many Christmas giftg. and last evening
he entertained the clerks of bis store and
members of the Ushers' Association at his
residence with selections on tho Instrument.
Refreshments were served aud the evening
wa3 spent very pleasantly.
Liver Complaints cured hy IIkkchasi'b
Pills.
Dealt, or h Jou.uallst.
Thomas C, Mullally, a well knowu Demo
cratic politician and newspaper man of
Wilkesbarre died at that place, on Sunday,
of diabetes, aged 50' years. Mr. Mullally
was a man of wide acquaintance not on-y in
Luzerue but In all adjoining counties. He
was vjry well known in the upper Dart of
Schuylkill.
Another Flue.
A defective C le in oue of thedwellingr lo
cated on tho site of the old skating rink, on
South Main street, caused an alarm of firo
Sunday morning, last, and the tire depart
ments responded. Tho damage done was
slight.
Marrlail.
Thomas J. Marshall and Miss Marjaretta
Harris, both of town, wore united in the
bonds of matrimony . n Christmas day, 2 p
m at the home of the bride's father, Itev.
K. K. Albln officiating at the ceremony.
Still Entombed.:
A message by telephone recelvod by the
Herald this afternoon titled that William
Calloway, the fire boss. Is still entombed iu
tho Kaskawilllam colliery. The officials now
believe the victim Is dead. They do not ex
pect to recover the body before Thursday.
A Warning,
Thirteen different firms sell spoons under
the name of ICodgers. Original Rodgers goods
are stamped J8I7. Ro nut ba deceived when
told that Win. Rodgers goods are just as
good. Imitations are mostly frauds. We
sell you spoons from TS cents a doan up.
12-23-tf E. B. BuUMlt.
Christmas at the Jail,
Warden Levan treated the 100 prisoners ho
is detaining at the big county bastile to a
chicken dinner yesterday. The Inmates
were overjoyed at this welcome variation to
their usual meagre bill of fare, and their re
marks showed plainly that they had not ex
pected such treatment.
Nurses to Graduate,
The . commencement exercises of the
graduating class of the nurses of Pottsvillc
hospital will be- held at the Academy of
Music during the last week iu January, The
class Is composed of five persons as follows:
Miss Mary Moore, Tower City; Miss Edith
Thompson, Tower City ; Miss Matilda King,
Tamao.ua ; Miss Mary Burkert. Schuylkill
Haven ; Miss pdna Cooper. Tower City.
Bass or contralto s.olo, a now song entitled,
"Davy Jones," end other new music at
Brgnini's. I22d-tf
Foirell's Team For Havana.
Abner Powell, a Shenandoah boy, will
soon leave for Havana, Cuba, In charge of
the Ail-American baseball teams for the pur
pose of playing exhibition games there for
two months. The teams will bo composed of
men from the National League clubs. The
two clubs will shortly sail from Now Orleans.
Awarded is Medal
T. P., son of Patrick Flemming, of 3oufh
West street, has been awarded a gold medal
for having the best knowledge of bis chapters
as a pupil of the Annunciation Sunday
school.
No Contagion Kylsts.
TTenltn nrtWr Pfltrlel- fVin.w fitatji tn-n.i.
that not a case of contagious disease exists in
town ai prosem.
Store Room for Kent.
April 1st. ISoO, now occupied by Prank
Schmidt, 110 North M-ln street. Apply at
tore. 12 0-lf
Who Owns the Key?
A key has been found at the Rescue Hook
& Ladder Company's house. The owner can
have rtme by calling at the Hkbat.d olllco. I
Unsuccessful Durglars.
Burglars last sight got into the house of
Abraham Osenbach, a farmer residing near
Rlngtuwn, but secured nothing of value,
Mr. usenbacn ana lamtiy worn visiting In
this town when the burglars made the visit.
Ask you grocer lor tbe "Royal Patent"
flour, and take no other brand It Is the beg
floor mads.
GflRISTPS
OBSERVED.
Entertainments Held In Several of the
Churches Last Night.
CHILDREN SING IN CANTATAS
Program of Musleal and Literary Exer
cises Rendered and Followed by
Distribution or Olftt to the
fuplls of the Sunday
Schools,
Most of the Protetai.t Sunday schools, of
town, held their Christmas entertainments
last evening aud made the annual distribu
tion of gifts to tho children. The churches
were handsomely decorated and tho attend
ances were large. The entertainment In the
German Lutheran church viseutitlrd ' Our
Saviour and King," and the program was as
follows: Singing, school; the versiule; tbe
benedlctu.: prayer, liev. J. Grublcr; respon
sive readlug; solo aud choius. Miss Auuie
llartsch's clsrn; recitation, William Hoehler;
responsive reading; singing, school: reclta
tlou, Lizzie Gable and Alice Fautt; respon
sive reading; singing, school. Infant deart-
nicnt exercises : German recitation, August
Frederics; singing; recitiou, Kuima and
Martha Wachaus, Rosle Wagner, Bertha
Hartal, Roslo Biertnan, Frederick Hoehler,
August Reiter, Edward Bartal; recitation,
George Denglcr, Edna Beck, Minnie Ecker,
Adelaido Niswenter and Emily Hoehler;
singing, class of boys; recitation, Elsworth
Eikerand John Bartsrh; recitation, Wilbur
Ilildenbrand and William Brown; recitation,
German, if attio Wagner; respousivo reading;
singing. German, school; recitation, GermaD,
l.tazio Umbacb and Johannah Eichcm; reci
tation, Reunie Schurz aud Renuie Uilden
braud; responsive reading; singing, German;
singing, choir: addrets, Rev J. Gruhler;
rhant; closing hymn. The exercises were Iu
charge of Assistant Superintendent George
I. llafuer.
The following interesting program was
offered at the entertaiumcnt held in the
United Evangelical cbuich last evening:
Singing, congregation ; prayer. It S. Stocker;
singing, congregation ; greeting, Oscar S.
Kehler; scripture reading, supeiintendeut
aud congregation; Christmas greeting, Willie
1 eager, solo. Miss Carrie Hcnsyl; recitation.
Miss Yerdie Snyder; special music, choir;
recitation, Willie Sampso.l; recitation, Miss
Laura lirocious; exercise, four girls; singing.
congregation; recitation, Miss Mabel John
son; recitation, L. Loyd Hagenbuch; singing.
Miss Bertha Kautuor; duett, Misses Susie
Helm and Mamie Fozel; scripture reading.
superintendent and congregation: recitation,
Missbusie Loucks; singing. Infant school;
recitation, Harry Hagenbuch; aiuglng, con
gregation; exercise, nino girls; recitation,
Miss Annlo Hagenbuch; special music, choir;
recitation. Miss Annie Thomas; recitation,
Miss Florence' Starr; solo, Miss Lizzie Ash;
recitation, Miss Gussie Hagenbuch ; siuging,
congregatiou ; recitation, Miss Hannah
Raudenbuch; exercise, ten children; recita
tion. Miss Bertha Zimmerman: recitation. Miss
Susie Hehn; short address. Rev. J. R
Hcnsyl; singing, congregation, during which
the offering was taken; recitation, Miss
Gertrude Starr; recitation, Miss Edna Minlch;
singing, congregation! singing, congregatiou;
benediction, pastor.
The Christmas entertainm.-t In the Prim
itive Methodist church last night was entit
led "Yule-Tide" and was given under the
direction of Prof Edward Cooper and Misses
Nolllo Baugh and Annie Timmins. The plat
form decorations were unique and pretty
The eutertalutueut opened tilth an organ
voluntary, which was followed by hymns,
prayers, special music by the chair, greetings.
scripture readings, caiols, recitations, duets.
responsive readings, addresses, a -eport on
the year's work ot tho Hundr nool, bono-
diction, distribution of gifts and postlude.
At All Saints Protestant Episcopal church
the Christmas entertainment last night was
in tbe form of a carol servico and was very
interesting. Rev, G. W. VanFoasen made a
brief address to the children and a distribu
tion of gifts was made to them.
in toe irirst isapttst ptiurch last evening
there was au entertainment of sacred vocal
md instrumental music, recttatious, dia
logues and addresses, after which there was
an exchange of gifts. Rev. D. I. Evans, the
pastor, received a purse of t23. Miss Emily
Jones, tbe orgaulst, was presented with a
handsome writing desk aud the choir leader,
Prof Thomas B. Hughes, received a large
arm chair. Messrs. Luke Bowon and Will
lam Evans each received a handjoiqe qm
brella, The Methodist Episcopal church was the
sceuo of productfou af a pretty cantata en
titled "Christmas Night In nilkln'i Flats"
last night. It was rendered by the primary
department of tbe Siuday school under the
direetion of Misses Helen Price Annie L.
Williams, Allco Lehe, Piiscllla Parry and
Messrs. James Patterson aud J. J. Price.
The musical selections were excellently ren
dered and the entertainment as a whole was
very gratifying. Prayer was offered; by the
pastor. Rev. John T, Swindells. James
Hough assumed the character of Santa Clans
in (he panta(a and distributed the gifts to the
children.
Tbe Christmas observances in the Reformed
church were of a happy, cheerful character.
The 0 o'clock morujng service was vpry we)l
attended. 1 he program prepared by (be
Sunday school was carried out as designed,
n the evening. "The Daysprlng From ou
High was tbp title of tho service used.
Besides the chorus singing by tbe school, aud
several anthers by tbe cboir, there was a
solo by Mrs. liepry uampsen, a duet by
Kertna ueater and Mss ijrace Master, ac;
companied by Messrs. M. H, Master
and Johu If. Ijoclc with, cornets
Recitations were glypq by Millie nernhart.
1'lorencp Jllckleman, Susie Yearick, Garfield
Davenport, Bertha Yearick, itud the members
of Miss Sadie Sterner's and Mrs. Felix Klock's
classes. The muslo and recitations by tbe
p-ltuary deprtm,ont, under tho direction of
Mr J. M. Hock. Mrs. Carrie Morris and MUa
Llzzle Keithan, were well rendered, by the
children. The evergreen decorations were
neat and appropriate to the festive ocoas'on,
designed aud arranged by Messrs. M.
11. Master, J. .. Starr and A brum Yost aud
their assistants. In tbe arch which spanned
the platform there was placed a moving scroll
containing fourteen Christmas mottoes
wblcb, at intervals during the service, were
exposed to view and were made tbe subjects
of appropriate remarks by the pastoi. An
offering was made by the school nnd congrega
tion present for Bethany Orphans' Home,
amounting to f 10 00. At the close of the
service a brief address was made by Jacob
Karbel, who was a woiker in the Sunday
6ch"l rntKf for VI years, and waa mainly in
strumental In the organization of this school
3H years ago, and which he served many
years as superintendent and Uwcbf r.
Chriatmas Day was most impreasavely ob
served in the Annunciation church yt'
lay. At the Ave n'rlork nwM In the morn
ing the fnll choir, under lite direction of Ed
ward Coughlin, and the Kiley and Porte or
chestra were in attendance. Miss Kate
Maley presided at the organ. Navella's
"Adeste Fldelis" was rendered at tho of
fertory. At the eight n'eloek mass there was
singing by the children's choir ami at the.
ton o'eloek ma tbe narly morning prngmm
was repeated with the add I tlou of Moaart'
"Gloria" by tho ehoir, eltntlng with tbe bene
diction Tbe entertainment In the First Presbyter
ian church Ittl evening ronslsteil of the pres
entation of a mnUtti entitled "Santa Claus'
Triumph," which was artisttaally reed err-1
under the direction of Miwws Ktipherula
Stoln, Mary Kinkaid, Mary JohnwMi, Mahal
Falreblld, Millie Boyerand Mr. Border, tbe
eholr leader. Candy, fruit and nuto were
distributed among the children upon tbeelose
of the cantata.
VM. I'KNN.
The Christmas entertainment at tbe Metho
dist Episcopal church was held ou Sunday
evening. Notwithstanding tho inclement
weather there was a large attendance. The
following was the program : Anthem, choir:
chorus, school; Christmas anthem, choir;
prayer, pastor; chorus aud exercise. Irene
Jones, Katie McSurdy, Annie Sherman. Katie
Llnkcbost, Violet Jones, Mary Fell, Bertha
Legget. Annie Yaughu; chorus, school;
recitation. Bertha Jones; recitation. Lillie
Wilks; chorus, school; exerrise, Margaret
Quin, Emma Thickeus, Jennie Chalmers,
Maria Jones, Ida Schoppe; chorus, school:
exercise, Walter Woomer. Joaiah Smith.
Alfred Frautz, John Fell. Llvlnistone
SjIUer; chorus school ; recitations, Millie
Schoppe and Clara Frautz: chorus, primary
department; recitation, Sadie Green; cborus,
school; address, pastor; collection; authem,
choir; offering prayer, Maud Jones. Clara
I-ran I z, Oarrie Jones; chorus, school; siug
ing, congregation; lenedictlon. During the
exercises a bible was presented to Mils Jen
nie Chalmers, and a handsome Morris chair
to Evan L. Jones, tho orgaulst. The siuging
was In charge of Samuel Walker. The
church was tastefully decorated.
Speeial services will be held In the M. E.
church during the week beginning with Sun
day, January 1st. Tbe following pastors
will preach : Monday evening, Rev. Henry
Preston; Tuesday evening, Rev. James
Moore; Wednesday evening, Rev. D. I.
Evan's; Thursday evening. Rev. B R. Albiu;
Friday evening, Rev II. W. Koehler. The
services will begiu at 7:30 p. m. All invited.
Come nml bee 'lheni.
Dressed fat turkeys, geese, ducks and
chickens. Choice cuts of beef, lamb, pork
and veal. Full line of smoked meats. Eggs
and butter. At Bauser's.
l'oor House Appointments.
From Mahanoy City Iteconl.
Reliable information as regards tbe alms
house appointments was furnished yesterday
to The Record. It would appear that Poor
Director-elect Becker, of Tamaqua. has been
told by the two present Democratic mem
bers that uo change will bo made In tbe
present force employed at tbe almshouse.
Mr. Becker is very'rauch Incensed ai regards
this "throw-down," and no doubt will make
things interesting for somebody when his
turn comes.
Mln Foremen's Xrvt Duties,
Among the many new orders of the Phil
adelpbla Reading Coal & Iron Company
which will go into effoct January 1. is that
compelling all mine foremen to examine any
one who Is Injured ur.dtr bis charge and as
certain the extent and cause of the accident.
They are also required to visit the injured
men irom time to time aud report their con
dition. This new order will tend to brine
the foreman and his men In closer relation
aud the company will gain by it.
Pointer for the School Iloauit.
RcnrcsontatlrA ItartkAr. nf frL.n ..ahiu
has seat to many of the schools Iu his dis
trict an excellent map of tbe United States,
wnicn H issued by tbe Department of tbe
Interior. This is a pointer for tbe School
Board of Shenandoah unit nth., rnvn. In
couuty. who should not delay In requesting
lyOngressman liyan to secure one of these
maps for them. He will be only too anxious
to comply with their request.
. .. - j ..uvvjau,. HBUI, W
neclallr ndanrnd in thn nAnl nf )
Pleasant to take j soothing in its Influence ;
iv is me remeuy 01 ail remedies (or every
form of throat and lung disease.
Justice.' Cases.
Felix Dlabaanls was nut nudnr i-inn Kill In
justice Shoemaker for assaulting Anthony
Yakabenla yesterday morning,
Joseph Kuczma is In the lockup, hiving
been committed there hy Justice Shoemaker
in defau.lt of $300 ball for assaulting Martin
Kulwlcz
A warrant la out far tliA arr.vat Af Pjit.r
Yukanckag on a charge of assault made by
WHIUm $owaJewsV(,
Cltaugea ou the Lehigh.
The force of snhnrdlnatn nfllplata nn iha
Mahanoy division of the Lehigh Valley Rail
road has undergone almost a complete change
since tho present superintendent succeeded
Blakslee. About the only one remaining be
ing Charles E. ' Glenn, tbe assistant traiu
master at Delano, aqd it is nqiy reported, that
he is to be succeeded Jsnqary 1 jt hy a man
named Schmieskors from Hazleton,,
M't'lP S"1 Song l'Qulerts,
All wbp Wlsl- to spend pleasant evening
sbo,ld not fall tq visit Pooler's concert
lot n, where you oqn hear Mr, Y- Th,oro,a
Evss, the sjlver toned tenor vocalist and
Prof John A. Ifolte, piauUt aud vooalst.
Also Johu A. Newton, viqlin(st. Mr. John
('ooler will slug soma of hlj qhl poino tougs.
Which. n,evpr t tq please. Everybody
welcome, jt
Marriage Licenses,
Albert Kudel gnd Katie Fay, both of
foltsvillet W. XI. Husband Mary A. Trefseer.
both of Branch Twp-i James Delong, or
I'rpssona, aud aertrude Brommer, of Potts
vllle; Frank Kimmel, of Orwizsburg, and
Naomi Imbodeu, of N. Man.heim Twp.
Ordinary household accidents have no ter
rors when there's a bottle of Dr. Thomas.'
Electric Oil in the medicine chest. Heals
burns, cuts, bruises, sprains. Justant relief.
aVA
Absoluiely'Pijre
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ftOVAL tAKIM
A PlTIABLtE
GHRISTPS
Mine Disaster Oausea General
Gloom in Browrnville, Pa.
PIT BOBS JONES' FATAL ERROR.
Hi- laaiiril nn Order IVrmlltlna; th
II I mit". to llla,p,iar Willi Snfrts
l.ntnpa. DrrlnrlllK TliMl Hp t'fMialil-
ereil Hip Mlnr Nnfp.
Urownarllle. !'.. Irc. M. Work at
Urainell mines where a terrible km a
explosion occuired last Saturday, Is
progresstng very slowly. The country
roads from Hrownaville to the mine
are almost Impussable and there Is no
telegraph or telephone connections
with Iliasnell. So all news from the
mine has to be brought overland. Four
more bodies have been recovered, but
not Identified. This makes a total of
IS bodies recovered.
Some of the families of the doomed
men are In a suffering; condition, and
provisions arc being sent out by the
lirownsvllle merchants, as well as
from Unlontown. The men who have
been working, since Saturday to re
cover the bodies are almost exhausted,
yet they refuse to give up. and keep
at the grim work doggedly, though
more dead than alive. The fact that
last Saturday was pay day at the mine,
and that there were no empty wagons
to load, accounts for many not going
Into the mine that morning. Had the
accident occurred any other day there
would have been more than a hun
dred men In the mine, and the result
would have been even more appalling.
1 lie scenes about the morgue Sun
day and Sutula night were such as
to bring tears to many a stout heart.
As the burned and bleeding bodies
were carried from the shaft wives and
children would fight frantically to get
to the corpse, and when held back by
strong arms would weep pitifully and
plead to be allowed to enter the morgue
and find their lost ones. It Is an oc
currence that can newer be forgotten
by any who witnessed It. Some of the
bodies have been removed to their
homes nnd were buried yesterday.
A pathetic story Is told of little Al
bert Meese, who died after being res
cued. He lived only a few steps from
the shaft. He went to the window
Saturday morning and looked out, say
ing to his father: "Papa. I guess there
Is no use of my going to work this
morning, as there 13 no loading."
The father ald he had better go
and help him feed the mules. They
both started out together and never re
turned to their nome -alive.
Sad, sad was Cnristmus day to many
a family about Ilrnznclt. In fact, the
excitement caused by the terrible acci
dent drove all thought of the holiday
festivities from the homes of all who
live In the neighborhood, even those
who had no friends killed.
The mine officials admit that two or
more bodies nro still In the mine, but
representatives of the Slavonic society
have made a house to house canvass
nnd report thai olght of their number
alone are In the wreck, anil how many
others they do not know.
That naked lights and unlocked snfo
ty lamps were used In a dangerous
mine was officially confirmed yesterday
by Pit Doss Thomas Jones, who made
a statement which forms the most sen
sational chapter on the management
of the mine which has yet developed.
Mr. Jones was aked if It was true that
on Thursday morning he Issued a gen
eral order that the miners could dis
pense with safety lamps. He admitted,
that he had Issued the order, sayinn .
"I considered tnat the mine wan safe,
as the 'break through" hail been fixed
up."
Th? revised list of tho recovered
dead and those known to bo missing
and almost absolutely certain to be In
the mine Is as follows:
Dead Andrew Ilapshlp, John Po
kelca, Michael Parabek, Andrew Para
bek, George Rosllko, Henry Magyar;
Peter Orosery. William Thomas Mich
ael Rohall. Samvel Meeso, Albert
Meese. Mictwl Magic, George Kovltz,
Joseph Potsky, Joseph Magyar.
Missing John Hildas. John I.ogea
George Wastlko, Adrvr Muschell!
Paul (gputidea, 'ihomas Kuslak. An
drew Tourslzkl. Joseph Podollnskl.
John KokaleizKy, Andrew Yamtnzky.
Gorjjp Vaylko. Anc!ry Hipsch.
rlye Mora llndlei t'ooml,
fipeotal to KVKM1S.Q Herald.
Brownsville, Pa , Dec. 8l. Five more
bodies of victims of the terrible explosion In
tbe Brainell mine were recovered to-day
Tbe work of searching for bodies continue!.
To Cure a Cold In Oue Day
Take Txattve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
drugnlstl refund the money if It fails to cure.
G. W, Grove's signature is on each box. S3c.
Ivllleil Ilia H Ifv W hllu Tirutik.
Gwmabitrg, lu., Dec. 28. Grant
Powe.ll. a brick worker employed by
the Enterprise, llrlck company, near
(.ockport, shot and killed his wife at
about 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
Powell vas-rrtd shortly after the
tragedy and was rommltted to Jail
here. He had been drinking heavily
(or the past two days. When brought
to prison he was still In an Intoxicated
condition, and he Is not yet aware of
the fact that Ida wlto Is dead. He
declares the si), otlng was accidental.
STIS.WVHKIlltl- ANI VANH.M ICE
Clt- AM, (lltAM.IK WATEII ICK.
Made dally at Sohelder's bakery, 27 East
Centre street. Pure aud delicious, li-l-lf
Buy Koyal Patent Flour. It it the kol Iu
the market.
Baking
Powder
CO., ht YORK.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Alfred Sums, ef Allntwn. la a client ol
relative here.
Jefati O. Tlmmm mm .. t A!ltrttfwn to
vMt relatives.
MIm Emily Davis, i Hl.,n)iharg, i visit
ing relative in tawn
Mr. and Mrs OhrtM H. of Tarttaqna.
spent yeaseruay in t i
MhM HdtM TllcJr, o! S.w Philadelphia, la
visiting relatives In toon
Mr. and Mr. Slwsa K I ofshainokin,
are gseats r town mil
MIsh Martbs OIIWl t ililhrrtoa
to spend a few weeks wni, friend.
Joantih Maaty, of V ti.MilwilanH. aprni
ChrillNMS In town With r- niin
Ed wan) IJimler and r.m ' v of Mahanoy
City, were tawn rteltera ?i, ntav
John HspkfHs. f Philxl. , hia. 1. here to
spend the holidays with r, 'aiiTra
Kilward Malay, ef nntoo, 1. .pending
inm HWWNn iu nan n i-, ;-nvra
Peter WtmgUng, -i.ami.kin was a
ChrlMtjvaa vWtor te frien I. 111 l..wn
Charles Harris sad ll.rrv 1 1 Nr. 1,. ,,f PUil
adelpnnt, are gue4 nf i.,tiIr, .,e
Jrweph Otuae, f Mahanoy City, spent a
few ploiaant haur In town ye.irntay
Miaa Katie MtDorraoii I'muvlelphla. I
visiting her ntother, en . i 1 uk street.
Mra. Thowas MuHahy anl . hil.lren spent
ChrlstliMl with lolatlfM ai Mi (aroiel
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Iu. hman, ol town.
rjHHit Christmas with fnriolsai HaileUiu.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton billmau. of Poitavilla,
were gnesU of relative 10 1 u velerday.
Dr. ami Mrs. Jamea Men, ,,f Scranton.
were guests of rolstlve. m i.,n orer Christ
mas Mr. and Mrs.T. J. Drou.-hall and daughter
Miss Little, of Keadlnr a .
of Inends
Ill town.
Clarence Harris, an appn ,
traiuing ship "Saratoga. .
his parents.
Mrs. John Canflcld. ef v.'. 1 1
nrMented her huthattil wit). .
day morning.
M(a A ntia ami .I.t I
delpbia, aroapeuolng the lu.ini
lives in town.
IlaaM flllA llntwm.n i.n.1 w...)
cm 111 l ha ol
- uh reta
il I Mr and
inm-l were
Northumberland, spent 1 !.-i,wi,
lives In town.
Mr in,l fr I.'
Mrs. Thomas A. Evans, of Mi t
in town yesterday.
Mia. Xfarv V1 nf I-' . -v 1..
Is A rUMl or Ctuirla HUkH. ....I rUK..i. '
South Jardln street.
MlaaAa Vinta anil l'1..- II .... .1 i . .
Charles, of Frack vllle, wer. here y.-sterday
as guests of rnlativea.
MIsaes Agnes Tobln' ami U tt ,1!,.,.,. ..
town, were the guests of M v, M k....i- ,
'otUvlllo, yesterday.
Mrs. Jamea Burns and daMf,i,.r. Madeline,
if town, are? annrilni? th. !, . fl. 1 '
lives at Philadelphia.
IleliAr Smith a niiM., m ,1... 1 . . .. u
tarium. Is speuding tho ln.i,.Uy. nli bhpar-
muon west (Juerry street
Mlas ltp.rtha tTlatt w:i.. .,u ,.t .....
ilsya visiting friends Id lotiu, reluroed to
her homo iu Tamaqua to-Jaj
Oliver l-!la nhnw.i- i v.o..i i
Mfaa Pnima 1'iu.nli.n.a, ..t .. i. v r
are guests of relatives In town
Jamea T. William. ,,f . ,-..,,.. ..
Christmas visitor to William Mcrran ami
family, of West Ilaspbtny ,,
Jamea llmdlet tvlm t, ......... ,-.1 ...k l.
T I. R. A. rirnltln pnnu . ... .......... .
Christmas in hmn with reLi.w s
Mr. and Mm .Tnanti ri.l.r.UP I ..I
Pottaville. ate Christmts dinmr with tbo
former's sister, on West I ht i rv at r t
M.r. and sfra V. n-kllu.,, ..f i...i ..,..it.:
are guests of town friends Mrs l albert was
iormeriy miss Annie llopkn.- uf town.
Martm ltronnan anil lui...., i ih.i.
students at tbe Kutztowo uie N'ormai
Schoul, are spending tho holidays here with
leiaiives.
Mr. and If r. IMur.nl t , I T. . . vru
Oocalrich and Edward Hays, of town, at
tended tbe funeral of a friend at Mt. Carmel
on Saturday, last.
Mrs. William Pol. r u, ......
- , - - - w ' ill. ill. , umu.
ner husband an usual but very gratlfylug
Christmas present rcstonUi rauruii,i! in tha
form of a daughter.
Mr. a twl lfw r1,.uu l' . u.t .
Kaudenbush and Morgan Iarn. of Egypt.
Lehigh county, are visitiDg Mr and Mrs.
Raudenbush. on West LlovJ street.
ftanrirR hni a f ....... . .. . -. i .
, .. . ... mi , noi ii i. ii, ui ign u
now located at Hackensack S J.. was a
guest or friends hero yesterday He will
change his plac of reddenix to Nauticoke on
the first of tbe new year.
Mrs. Edrln CKostenksader. of (.uwiaaa
spent Chri.--.mas 'n tows as the uest of her
m. v. uaoie. of west iwk street
one iuram ncme to-dsy a.eompaniod
arla , . .. r,i.. i ,, . '
. Jinj jauie,
at Catawlssa,,
vfha will spend two weeks
Christmas at tha Ferguson.
The menu at thn ttntAl Phitiii.u, .fanlii.
was exceedingly appropriate totbeChirstuuw
tido and a model of rcuurean skill. The
menU rArdB War. lutantirill in iluinn .oil
added to the artistic aparance of the tables
1 uu uiouu was as lonows
I l...,..n v.. , .
Consomuie Hoyalc. Soodle a la Chicken.
Kuast turkey. Uone-niaie Filling.
Cranberry Ssu c.
Roa.t Beef. Leg Lamb.
llrnnii flaw 1 U
Hoist Goose, Potato Filling
atowed Torrapin, a la t ergasoo
Celery, Sweet Bread littles.
Orange SkerWt
Boiled Live Lobster, Maryland Style.
riil.lr.n Q. I.J I.
Lobster Salad, Mashed Potatoes
Jersey Sweet Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes. Stewed Odious.
June Peas. Sweet Corn.
rri.Mt i.in. h
Uomo-made Mince Pie. Letnon Custard.
Cherry Pie
English Plum Pudding. Wine Sauce.
Frillt fVbft. r.- I Vonm l.lra
Sand Tarts Macaroooi. Lady Fingers.
Wiue Jelly. Bisque Ice Cream.
AaaortMl N'nta
Oranges. Banana. Malaga Grape.
Craekers. Cheese
Demi Tasse
Deaths and r'uuerala
Jerome. three-var.ln ann at I'Hiavlaa
Calnon, or Mahanoy City, d.ed this moruing
Tbe funeral will tike uW to morrow.
Tho funeral of Joseph, son of Rev. James
auu Aiary Jioore, loole place ye.tnlsy mora
ing from the parsonage of the Primitivi
Methodist church, ou Suntb Jardin street.
Rev. D. I. Evans. nnl.,r f lha Klrat rUniUt
church, odi elated at the service, aasiated y
Rev. H. W. Koobler, pastor of tbe Pint
Presbyterian church. Interment was madi
at the Odd Fellows' cemetery. The attend
snc was large. J. P. Williams i Sou were
tbe funeral directors.
HIKE LUNC1I1M TO-NtaUT,
bickest's.
Sour krout, pork aud mashed potatoes to-
nignt. Potato salad, calf j liver and dress
ing to-morrow morning.
nEXTZ'l.
Special lunch to-night. Tomato soup to
morruw morning.
cnAS. radziewicz's.
Vegetable soup will be served, free, to all
patrons lo-mgnt,
WIEXS.'
Pea soup, free, to-night,
tVIAX LEVIT'B
SPECIAL
HAT
BARGAINS!
$1.00
$1.75.
Will purchase a.
fasltiunahle hat,
black or brown.
Special all this
week. Well worth
Sa so and very
best in appearance.
r You buy one of
tPXfaiJUs these hats and you
wont regret the
purchase. They give double wear.
The Genuine Stetson Hat
We carry in stock in the
"real" thing. We sell
thent at factory prices
only.
MAX LEVIT
UP-TO-DATE HATTER.
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS.
AT
vWVWWAW
COME AND BE MERRY WITH US.
See the Dalls. some are sleeping, others wld9
awake. Twins ace here, Dressed Dolls,
kio uaiis, All Kinds ol Dolls, 5c. tip.
IvWvVW
Dressed Doll from 23c up.
Tree Ornaments, gold and silver.
Colored Berries & Fancy shapes.
Lanietta Bags, ic each.
Candles and Holders.
Lamps for Christmas Yards.
Harmonicas, 3c. up.
Pianos, 25c, 48c, 74c, 98c.
Met-lIophottes, Drums, 19c, 39c,
69c, 98c.
Wash Sets table, wringer, wash
board, etc., 10c up.
Books, finely colored illustra
tions, ic.
Blocks, 5c, 9c.
Fifty Blocks in a box, 10c.
Iron Toys, endless variety, 7c up
Engine and Cars, 10c to 98c.
Mechanical Toys, latest novelty.
Trunks, Wagons, Horses, Car
riages, Go-Carts.
Animals of all kinds ic up.
Games, a large assortment from
5c, to $2.98.
Swings, Beds, Cradles, Banks.
Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, Work Boxes, Can
non's Toilet Waters and Per
fumery .Handkerchief Boxes.
Silk Umbrellas sterling silver
tips on horn & ivory handles.
COMFORTABLE ROCKING CHAIRS AT
LOW PRICES.
HOLIDAY Carpet Sweepers,
IIULIUHI nll nr.K R
riDCCFIilTP I au kids. Foot
rntotlllol Stools, fll prices.
tsew gooas just
received at
FRICKE'S CARPET STORE,
i0 South Jardln Street.
mmmmmmmmmmmiA
j MEW country dried 3
HS IN cherries and apples. S
CALIFORNIA
Peaches. Esrtrs Plums.
IN
ICANS.
Green Gages,
Apricots, Pears
LemoQPeel and Citron.
Flavoring: Extracts, Spices.
TRY nAQARQLE'S OWN BRAND
UAK1NQ POWDER.
I'tWIt. l ItlUjf ' ' i
":f:HBI.!TIHII.!
U 11 II 1U1 111 uu
"ThcHub."
Magargle's,
26 BAST CENTRE STREET

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