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Patrick's . Lessons
Patrick's Principles of English Grammar
By J. N. PATRICK, A. H.
Definite in aim ; free from the distracting gab which
characterizes many of the language text-books recently'
published : contain mire word-study, sentence-making
exercises, and composition work than any ether books
on the market ; the method compels the pupil to get un
derstanding while he is getting Information : the burden
oi the recitation is placed upen the pupil where it prop-
tgs : ana the dooks
dis!:n:ti:rs which tend only to confuse and discourage
Liberal Terms on Exchange and
LippinccVs Arithmetics, (3 books." Cutter's Physiologies, (3 books).
Bert's Elementary Science. Worcester's School Dictionaries.
iMorris's Series of United States Histories.
High School Books. Reference Books.
For circulars a;;d full particulars as to exchange and introduction terms,
address the publishers.
J. B. Lippincott Company,
EAST WASHINGTON SQUARE,
Healthfully located in one cf the
most picturesque sections of Pennsyl
raaia. Thorough instruction ; college
preparatory" work tij;g especially suc
cessful. Personal interest is taken in
each bey, the airr. being to inspire ir
every pupil the lefty ideals :f th:r:u'
scholarship, bread sttilitv.er.t:.. '--..r.i
judgment, knz C'r.r.:t:sn ma::.. :ess.
Ne clr..r.g ha!!. ne d:rm:t:ry,
and r.ev - ' - !,
F:r ca:- .-.t r: ?r :r.;:rma-
William Warn. Irvine.
f'h. Li.. r'reMJent,
arpin Day Notice!
s r f
-n 4- ) C-
. JP ) f J
yKJ b. LlJ,
- never see unless gcinc
t; a larger place.
I will have Bargains on above
Daie in Dry Goods, Notions
Shoes, infact Everything
CLOW, SITS ul CAPS,
Jewelry &c. Reduced.
'-'N r" sell yc j a e:ll zf goods if i
'. - '- ' '-" : SHALL ENDEAVOR TO MAKE
r LEAS ANT FOR YOU.
I WILL, r I'd. r --'-r L FOR HAVING HAD THE OPPORTUNITY
TO Li-.: a::L TREET YOU AND SHALL HOPE TO
HAVE YOUR PATRONAGE LATER.
J. W. RUNKLE,
are tree trom tecnnicai
OF ANCIENT HISTORY.
For f i rrols and Sunday Schools.
Ancient C eece, Mounted on cloth
Palestine, unted on cloth, 40x58 in.
Travel? -t. Paul.
Ki , n.ed on cloth, 58x40 inches.
Roman Vo'rld, mounted on cloth,
With cloth back Mounted on Common
b Single Cak Case, cn Spring Reller
School Supply Co.,
4430 iMarket Street,
CCME TO MIDDLE3URG.
,T vill d: yd'j gc
!'CRE WAYS THAN 0N
WILL SEE WKATCTHE
L:NG AND ALSO SEE
IT VILL DZ YD'J GOOD IN
WHEREAS tka Hob. riarald M. Mrt'lor.
frrstdsnt Jads; o! tha Judicial bistort,
eompwd af las nale ol Sidr, and
rniioa aa rr. Rlccla and Z. T. Gem.
bertlng-. Kpqt AmelaU Judrfa la and tor Su jr
dar county, hssalssasd thslr p'roapt. bearing;
data lha 1th dr 01 Juna A. IK. IW1 lu
directed lr lb anMina; oian Urticans' Court, a
court ulOommoa Pima, court ol Oyer aud Tet
minor aad tlansral Court nl Quarter tlassloas af
in treses, at Mt-tlltanih. tur the count on
Sarder. na lha Mond 17 Oct. 6 b, I BUR.
Nollrala HMrah.ra nsieny ru to itaa Coron
or, JwticMot Uiel'aara and Uonttabl-S lo and
tortus ooontjr ol Snjrder, to sppsat lo thair
proper panoo with tbeir roil,, record,. Inquisi
tions, axamlnntloRi and other rrmetnbranoM
todnthwettalKa which of lliclr oflloi aud In
their teball partaln to he done and llniu
and ieruni uroaecutiniriB behall t.i the l.'oui
Bonaealth aaralnstanr eiWBor perrouiiare re
quired to be then and there attending aod de
parting without leare at their porll. Juvtloer,
are requested to he puortual In tliairattendant'c
at the appointed time airreexbly 10 nutire.
Olven under m hand st hmI at t:,e MierifT a
oftlreain .MlddlehiirKh the Cth of eiit., A. 1) ,
L'UAS. K. SAMI'Htl.U I lierill
I.iat of (irnnil .tu'ora drawn for the four! of
Oyer and Tor ml Dor and and lienernl Jail deli
very and Court of (juartet Session of the Peace
of Snyder County held as October Term, com
iir'nciiiii Monday, Oct. S, 1WU.
UKAM) JI UOKS.
Name, Occupalion, liesidcucc.
Ihircmaii. I.llli'olii, farmer, Ai'anis.
Bunfcr, Michael, saddler, .lui kon.
BiiiKuiuan, Daniel, Jr., lalwrfr. llnsnrovv.
Caarlrs, H. V . tinsmith, Selln.-k-rove.
Feesc, Ncr M., farmer, Btavcr
Kelker, ( ha F laborer fleuer
Jelnctt Samuel furiner ('hamnnn.
Oiibert Manila lalwri'r Heaver.
iarmaii ItOawt-ll furincr WashlnKton.
Oilbert James bricklayer Mouroe.
IH'rmsn c'harlet laborer MldillecrccK.
Hartmaii Job farmer Adams.
Kline John W farmer Adams.
K lui niter I'liae farmer Washington
Kratier Milton farmer Franklin.
Mcnxle I'h Up farmer Perrv.
Maurer Jacob B farmer Mid, lice reck.
Slahl Hiram laliorer Monro.
Mhawver Joseph laborer Adams.
Teats Brian teacher Monroe
Teata F. X fu'veyer Monroe,
t'pdeiirove I H mall-carrier Chapman.
VanZan.lt Jas jrcntleman Middleburg.
Walter Sepliarea farmar Franklin.
PETIT Jl' ROUS.
Rachman Iseter teacher Franklin.
Bower ox Amoe laborer Franklin.
Broaiua John A farmar Perry,
Blngaman 8 O laborer Centre.
Howersox Chaa lumliernian Franklin.
Bingaman William Uborer Spring.
Bingaman James M farmer Centre.
Bailey Harrison rntaman Jackson.
Custer Oeorge furnier Penn.
Clelan Alfred Carpenter Middleburg.
iwese Aaron rarmer Beaver.
Dcker Chaa W slater Beaver Wert.
Erdley M K gentleman Mlddleereek.
Fetter John F farmer Jackeoa.
(Joss J O lumberman Adams.
Hackenberg Jesse farmer Centre.
lleimbach Uwla farmer Washintni..
Hummel Lewis farmer Middlecreek.
I-ewrer Solomon farmer Washington.
Leltiel James blacksmith Middleburg.
Inig Slcbard R laborer Cliapman.
-Moyer Francis B farmer
Mover Aaron laborer Spring.
Moyer C C laborer Sellnsgrove.
Newman Bar.ey laborer Union.
Koush Daniel geoUemaa Washington.
nousn lcwii laborer
Reichner George laborer Ch inm.
Hay Frack larmer Franklin.
y tlliam farmer "
Strawse r J C farmer Perry West.
Stuck tieo C blscksmllb Middleburg.
Smith Michael shoemaker I'enn.
Swarts Ucnjamin farmer Chapman.
SUIT r S. F. laborer I aiou.
Siahl Tavid farmer
holly H s gentleman Sclinsirrove.
Sha-nl,.,,:, Harvey farmer Franklin.
'raner , L farmer fni..,,
hnre Henry gentleiiAn Washlmrto...
Me0-le Jol.n farmer fiiion.
Thouia, Jnnathati farmer Middlecreek.
naiu r .aron I runner Cuntre.
"alter Klmer farmer Mldalnburg.
W ..etar.lner Peter farmer Centre.
W'illi.m latxirer Cnion.
WK.,er M m U carpenter Penn.
Yo.cr Bmks W. lumberman MiJdleburg.
Notice is hereby given tint the fallowing
Widows Appraisement, under the IM) law,
luiv been filed with tte (lerk of the Orphans'
Court of Snyder County for coLflrn.at.on on
Monday, t )e 5th day of October, A. D. VM.
1. Appraisement of Catherine Long, widow
0 Joseph II. Long, late of Heli.grve, Snyder
touBi, .Pa.d.elertedtobe Uken u.
der the 3' exemption law.
i Appraisement of Sarah Leader, widow of
Kobert Le.her. late of Mouroe t-,wL.hp, Sny.
der County. deceised, elected to be takell
eii'ier tle tom exemptiun law.
a . Appraisement o( Amanda WagCer. widow
ol tdward Wg, J. of w,
ship, Snyder County. Pa , deceased, elected to
beukeu under the fWO exemption law.
4. Apprsme,,, o( MmrJf p U.ideilaKer,
widow of 1). W. Iudenslager, late of Selin.
grove. sn; der County, p,., deceued. elc'ted
oe tauen under the tl ft 00
S. Appra.se-i.ent W Annie S. "Jaines. w.duW
of Horace H line., lau- of W,. l.r t.,WI.
.Ii.p. Snyder Coun'y. p,., deoeifl, ele. td
t.j I take-, under the fm. exemption law.
t. Apprai.-U.eiit of Margaret 1. St'mellng.
w,d..w ol Palmer H, Stimeliiig. late of Frank -Lu
towi.slnp. Snyder Hounty, pa., deceased
ciecuyj to ie (aLi-u tinder the m
:. App'a s ment .,f KlialiHtii KlingP-r,
i'lo. l.u. Klifjglcr, late of i'emi t.,w.
sii p. i,u-r County, pa., deceased, . le.-i. 4 to
b taken 'jnter tlie touO exemption las-.
M. Shinoki., ; eric 11
hepu iuber 9, c.
Notions U-reby given that tat f.jl.owing
naoed periM, have fllW.tuelr AdiniiiistiatWa,
Ouwdiauan-J Kxecutors account In tlie Regie.
tersOKieot oujder County, ,,.J tj, j,,.
will be prc-uted for co'diriuatlou and allw
anc at the Court House at MHdlebu.g, J a , ou
Mouday, October Sth, IMS).
1. First and tlual wvuut of Uav.d If. Hoy
der, adiu.uistrator A the ratal of busaouah
Hoyder, late of Culou Toa-oahip, deotaacd.
Aoouunt of Lucy A. Aigler, aduiinistratrlx
of (U ttuU- of Jeruuie F. A igler, late of IU aver
'J ap .deceased.
t. i-lrataod Fiutl aououot of Katie I,. I I
rkb, aduiiiiiatratrix of tite estate of Bciijjiuiii
Olch, late of nellusgrove, deveaaad.
ic9 taxauvu urumo JlIlin3 Tenets. JO
4. First and Final account of T. A. Warner.
adminUtr iK'r af the entile ol Mary E. Blnga-
mnn, latiol 8rln Townlilp, decraaed.
K Account of .Mr. Vomlc Lnnn. adinlnlid
trii of the ettute ai Oeorgc W. long, late of
(. Finland Flntl account of Amot BallPJ
administrator c, 1 a. of I'le mute of Catherine
Bailey, late of Monroe Township, deceased.
7. First and Final account of If. R. Fettcrolt
Kxccu'or of tile csta'e of Nathan Fetter Jlf. Inte
of Adams Twp., der'd.
s. Supplemental account of lunao Weiand
and Mill'am Wciaud. Fxecutor of the estate
of Michael S Weiand, lute of Went Heaver twp.,
d ceased J
1). p-irst aud Finnl aetontit of Ceorge F ltroius
ICxecutor of the estate of Smmicl Arlmgot late
ol Perry townshidei-en-ed-
J. II. Wil l. is. Register.
.Middlchurg, S,.,t. Uitl.
TOL'R TO THE PACIFIC COAST.
Ma Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
UceiiiiR National Bankers' Asso
ciation. On account of the meeting of the Nutlonul
Hankers' Asst-iulion lo he held at San Frnu
cImii, ( al., O.lnlier 211 to l, the Peniisylvaniii
Railroad Contiany offers a persoually-conduc (
c1 tour to the Paclllc Coast at remarkably low
This tour t li will leaveNeWiVurlc, Phlla
dclph'a, llaltmore, Washington, and olhe.'
paints 011 the Pennsylvania Hal l road east of
Pittsburg, Wednesilay, Octolier 14, by special
tralu of the highest glade Ptillnmu equipment.
A quick run westward to San Francisco,
will be made, via Chicago, Oinnlio, Clieynue,
Five days will he devoted to San Francisco al
lowing nmple opporl unity to visit the near-by
coast resorts. Returning, stops will be made at
Malt l-ake City, Colorado Springs, lener. and
St l.ouls. Hie party will reacil New York or
the evening of Octolier 31.
Round-trip rate, covering all expena"a for
eighteen -lays, except live days spent In San.
Rates from Pittsburg will be J3.00 less.
For full information apply to Ticket Agents
or Ueo. W Bojd, Oeneral Passenger AgunCj
Broad Street Sutton, Philadelphia, Pa. "t.
Pennsylvania Business and Shorthand
College and Correspondence Schools,
During the past season the above school has
had an enrollment ef mure Ihan 1VU Irom all
over the United States; and a finishing class of
roll almost ll more than any other school of
the kind in Pennsylvania gradual'-s. Students
enroll daily throughout the entire year and
have absolute assurance of employment when
they llnisb as the school is overwhelmed with
applications for help '
Hoard is secured In good homes at from It to
tta.weck less than In other places offering simi
lar advantages. Tution is proportionately low.
On the lAth of.May, last the school purchased
a building which, when the remodeling la com
pleted, will be one of the Inrgest, best located
and finest used, exclusively, fot business col
lege purposes In the United States. It la the
only bvitaef' college Pennsylvania owning a
building of any great value.
For original Catalogue and College Journal
giving detailed Inlormatiou regarding our Die
tbods of instruction at the College and how we
leach tea hers, while they are tlieaching, and
save then the price of tuition, abress.
J. M. WADE. Ph. D.. Principal.
RE DICED RATES TO BALTIMORE.
For the benefit ol those dcsiriiiKto ut'end t! e
annual s ssimi ol tfio Sovereign Oraud I.oilgc
of 1. O. O K. at Baltimore Md . September il to
US. tile Pennsylvania Kail road Company will I
sell round-trip tickits t lialtiniore from all sta- i
tion on IN lines, except Wooilber "y, Harrisbiirg1
and int rineiliate stations; Columbia, Frederick,
and liiteriiicdiaU- stations on the Northern Cen
tral Hallway; Uinca.tor, llarrisliurg, and inter
mnlitite stations on the Philadelphia, Haltimore
and WathiiiKton Kailroait '.exclusive jf stations
south of Toivnseud, I)i-I,), 011 Hptiiiber 19.
and 31,goO(l for return passage until Septan her
US. ininive. at rate of single fare i' r the round
trip, plus one dollar.
For c iielitions and slop-over at .'hiladelphia
on tickets rea ling through th tt p.iiut, consult
ticket agents. 3t.
Where It la Strennoaa.
"Mamma," queried little Mary Ellei.
"Is the pen mightier than the sword?"
"Of course it is," replied the wise
mother. "Your father couldn't sign
checks with a sword." Chicago Daily
Willie Papa, Is mamma supersti
tious, that she picks up pins somucn?
Papa Yes; she knows that if the
baby finds them there is likely to be a
death In the family. N. Y. Herald.
Olive So that ocean liner really ran
down old Parvenoo's yacht, eh?
Minton Yes; mistook Mrs. Parve
noo's diamond earrings for a flash bea
eon. N.Y. Herald.
Husbcnd That new hornet of yours
Just makes me tired.
Wife-1 feared that It would. You
never dl like hejp things, you know.
N. Y. Weekly.
All diseases of Kidneys,
oiaouer, urinary organs.
AImi EhsumaUsm, Back
sent. Heart Iuea Gravel
Dropsy, f euiaK Trcuulss.
Don t becoms discouraged. Tbsr Is a
CUT (or you. J I iiMMary writ lit. r enuer
lie lias jx: nt a life tliiio curing Just auub
vaaos aayuurs. All CiueulUMous rr.
"Fur years I bad ba ka be, severe paln
arroaa kidneys aud scaldluK urlue. 1 coulil
not ifetout of Ixd without lulp. Ttie use of
Ur. r eouc-r's li Idney and llm kiwlje t'ure ra
stor4 iu. i. WAOONtR, UnubsvllU, l'.1
OruirifUU. 60c., II. Ask forCwk llook-rrss,
To Cnro a Co!d in Ono Bav
WHERE ? AT THE
We have our Store Full from Cellar t0 Attic with New and I'p-to.
Latest Patterns. Lowest Prices.
latest Pat e-ns, A lage n-aortinent
lecclveil. nr rockers are the tnlk of the
Parlor (-nit. parlor Tabl s, f lo.,
fecoud to none.
We luive a large Ussortruentof handsome new atterns to select from.
- I. .-a ,1. lmt ...... ......1.1... ....I.I t-A-. .
.. v .. .-v ... ....1,, ,,,,..,, ire,, man 0r netving and lni
carpet 111 town.
No. 12-14 Valley St.
There!" exclaimed Mrs. Lashem,
upon her return from the deaUflt's.
"I'm glad that tooth la out; it will
never ache again."
"Of course, not." replied the heart
less other half of the combination.
"It's beyond the reach of your tongue
Bow." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Th Nataro af tao Boaat.
The Philosopher Well, what is the
The Man Jones and I bad a dtifer
enoe of opinion, and he called me a mule.
The Philosopher Well?
The Man So I kicked him. and
This Philosopher Thus proved him
correct. Ally Sloper.
By Little Johaay.
I don't set why my sister Luc
Should say that I'm a big disgrace
And scold and raise the very deuce
When I have powder 00 toy face.
WANTED THEM FOR JflJlKY.
Kid Ma wants a nickel's worth of
pills for dyspepsia.
Kid No, uncle is. Milwaukee Senti
nel. Always the Wrong: War.
It "wealth has wing's,"
As some folks say.
Wo wonder why It does not fly
Sometimes our way.
. Brownovltch Old Blowltz never at
tends church, does be?
Smithinsky No. It Isn't necessary.
Brownovltch Because why?
Smithinsky Oh, he's one) of those
self-made men who are always praising
their maker. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Meanest Ma oa Record.
"That's the meanest man I ever ran
acroBs," said the book agent.
"What has he done?"
"Kept me calling day after day, and
finally said he dldnt oare anything
about reading, but he enjoyed hearing
me talk." Tlt-Blts.
At the Hod a Cossler.
She They say the eyes are the win
dows of the soul, I believe.
He Yes; and when a man goes Into
a drug store and shutsa window quickly,
the clerk knows just about what the
poor soul wants Yonkers Statesman.
lie Was Pressing.
"M'bat's the business of that young
man I saw with you la the parlor last
evening?" asked her father.
"He's a press agent," replied the girl.
"I could see that myself," returned
the father grimly. Chicago Post.
A Iwsvs reliable. latlMa. aak rimwIM a,
MIlljfrHM MWI.Iaaf in Hmi au.l
HMflallld UUIM. S.IM Mil IMllh Kills vlhlu.,i
snaier. ajensae ataasjersMse awBstl.
satUsMss m4 laallaalaaa, Juy of four ini1tt,
or asud 4m. In suuiiim for raHleHlara, Tpatl
fstMlato an.l - tsallaT tar in Utur,
If MSstra Mali. 'I'ssuiuualalaV Mule- k
OMIOsinTBB OHIMI0AL CO.
of Bedroom Suits and Side lloiirds, J,t
town, In beouty, strength and I
arrivli g daily,
Our Harriet Department 1,
A .Urt XTlTtlT C5rv-n-.s rt
me it oxwKit, SuubnrvPt
Larger stwk ami prici-s m
than ever. Our Store i lt!n.,,:.
with new things for Spring n,
goods, Grenadines, Wool Dres
oootis, onk Waists, Dress Skirl
Heuutiful line of Ruffs, Sprint
iaiR.-i, iUUSIIIIS, tall!
Ginghams and White Spreads
. 1 .
e win nave a special sale
Ladies Musclin Under,
wear, May 1st to the 16,
We will have the most U-auttfa
line of underwear ever shown i
20 yds.nuslin $1.00.
33 yds. muslin $1.00.
Qingham 5c and 7c.
Calico 5c and 7c.
$1.00 White Spread 85c.
$1.00 Table Linen 20c to 25c
Come in and see, no trouble li
H. F. Clemmer,
446 Market St., 8UNBUKY, Pi
Three doors east of the Market Hon
Do you need any furniture?
.j. ii so, tiou i urn to conic lomir
store and get our prices.
We can suit you lo
style and prices,
from the cheap'
est to the better
Hard wood, golden oak tini-li
I Only $12.50 1
; Mattresses $1.90!
Bedsprlnps - $1.25
Bnamc 1 Oocis !
ju t liairs, Hni kers. oiiclii-s, Sldf
X. boards, Kaney mill elieni Ki- t
X tension 1'aliles, llttliy C'iiitIukM t
T and Uo-cai ta. t
T M. H A RTM A N FU RN ITC1 R n CO.
f ' ' MlllllnhiirK, I's
Schroyep 8- Smyser.
Iti'preMtnt only 'I'Mt-elassHtockC
intiiiea Lighting .'lauito uml
Tlireshlng erntli .'IkiiUmI.
V arn uoiiuiilr iiiiLtl by our
iMtiilua to Ihhuu i liclfs and trc
luiHliieM at our oiii. u same as at w
All biinlnewt eiitrusted to our
will tie promptly ulteutlud to b
OFFICE CHESTNUT 8TR'
Id Bobroyer'a Building, near D1