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Insurance written against damage by wind storm. Rates very low. If you have anything to sell see me. I may be able to get you a purchaser. Money to Loan en City Properties II. H. FREEBUItN ildO N. THIRD STREET "TrrrrnnirWiiTTTiiii mm A store without a Bell Telephone al' ways leaves tne impression with a customer that there's nothing doing: It is not a luxury - nowadays. Are you using our service ? Telephone 5121 W for rates. THE PENNSYLVANIA TELEPHONE CO. 208 Walnut Street JERUSALEM of I'.ahab's house. Back of us could be seen the water of the River Jordan and on its furthest side 1he opening through which the Children of Israel must have "crossed" to "take possession of the land." I use the vord "must." because there is no other opening in the iiioira tain ridge through which they could have passed and any other course would have compelled them to climb to the ton of the mountain and then down on the side next to the Jordan A short walk over the mountains each of which represents one or more houses, we come to Twlun - es - Sukker, or the Sugar Mills. These mills were used in the time of the Crusaders, but the only use now made of them is as a shelter for cattle and sheep. A number of aqueducts, now in rui:.s how that the Crusaders carried the ivater from Ain Duk to the mills; tin con dition of the masonry shows that the work must have warranted a considerable expense, and that the venture must have yielded a considerable iu come. The plain between Jericho and the Jordan is full of interest to the Bible student. It was here the Zedekiah King of Judah, fought after he had'! been besieged for nearly two years in Jerusalem by the King of Babylon. It will be remembered that he fled with his army from Jerusalem at night and was overtaken in this plain "and hard business sense, which shines out through all his good deeds, lie was a practical administrator. Upon tak ing the reins of government he set about rehabilitating the national defenses, creating a muster roll of the kingdom's fighting men, and establishing a remarkable system of na tional religious education. His vir tues, it will be seen, ran in the direction of careful, far - sighted judgment. But the King was very human. This same practical sagacity which prompted him to say many wise un Blight's Disease and Diabetes News 1737 Broadway, San Francisco. July 18, 1904. To the Church. Women of Pennsyl vania: It is so hard for people to believe that Bright's Disease and Diabetes are now curable that I am asked to permit reference to my own case. I shrink from it but there are too many dving to remain silent. To be brief I had both Bright's Disease and Dia betes for over five years. Usual Dropsy, nails came off, and the case was so hopeless that the physicians told us there was no need to diet and to give me anything I craved. I heard that people were being cured in this city and procured the treatment. In a few months the nails came back. dropsy disappeared and in a year I was well. To snow now wen, will say that several years after my recovery I stood a capital operation at the Waldeck Sanitarium in the presence of six physicians. Many friends, in eluding Dr. Markell, of Cloverdale and Judge E. B. Cutler, of Tine street are fully cognizant of my recovery from Bright s Disease and Diabetes, In fact Judge Cutler is himself now recovering from Diabetes under the same treatment. Let the cure be pro claimed to the world. MRS. S. E. CLIXE. ' This is entirely correct. E. B. Cutler, The above refers to the newly dis covered Fulton Compounds, the first cures the world has ever seen for Bright's Disease and Diabetes. We are the sole agents. Ask for pamph let. J. H. Boher, Druggist, 209 Market street, Harnsburg, I'a - THE HARRVS5XJRG TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1904. HOLY LAND Notes of Travel by Thomas J. Edge Former Secretary of Agriculture VIII. MODERN CITY OF JERICHO. Arriving nt the modern city of Jericho, which is some distance from the ancient one, we draw lip to our hotel and leaving the carriages proceed on foot, to take a look at the old Jericho of the Children of Israel. The first object of interest is the Ain - es - Sultau, or the Sultan's spring;, which pours its current out at a height of live feet from the ground and seems to come directly from under the ruins of the old city. It is believed to be identical with the spring which Elijah healed or purified by the use of salt from the new cruse with the declaration: "Thus saith the Lord I have healed these waters, there shall not be from thence any more death or barren la ml." Whether the identity of the two spring's can be made clear or not it is certain that the water discharged from this fountain is of excellent quality and worthy of its source. From ' a high mound among the ruins of the city we obtained an excellent view of the surrounding plain and could see almost the whole of ancient Jericho and not far off we were shown what is claimed to bt? the ruins the army of the Chaldees pursued after the King and overtook him in the plain of Jericho and all of the army was scattered from him." th Jt was here also i'eKaii auaeKen me army of Judah and killed "one hundred' and twenty thousand in one day and took captive two hundred thou sand women, sons anil uauguters, auu much spoil." Near here our Saviour restored the sight of the blind and as we looked at tlie miserable beggars which surrounded us, it required but little stretch of the imagination to see their co - la borers of the days of Christ, for while nothing has changed much since then. the least change will probably ue found in the beggars. Sitting on the aqueduct which car - rics 1 lie water 01 i - .nsna s imunctiu we read the following from llodder, which probably, better than any lan guage of mine, carries us oacii to uir times of Joshua and his conquering hosts "It was across yonder plain that j g le spies journeyed': round here went j q nn those creat walls upon which Ka had had her house; over there in the j mountains we seem as if we could make out the very place where the spies hid themselves; it was here that Joshua's army went around the city, and these hills echoed hack the shrill blast of the trumpets which the priests blew. And when the seventh dav had come there, went up from this spot the great shout of the people mingling' with the blasts of trumpets and the walls of Jericho fell down flat. Then came the fearful panic, followed by blood and havoc, and death. It was somewhere close by here that Jiahab, with her kindred, sat with tear - dimmed eyes and saw the smoke of the burning city ascending;. And, perhaps, it was on some high standing1 ground near here that Joshua, in the presence of all Israel stood, and pointing to the charred and ruined mass that had once been 1he strong city of Jericho, cried 'Cursed be the man before the Lord, thta riseth up and buildeth this city Jericho; he shall lay the foundations thereof in his first - born and in his youngest son shall he set up the gates of it." Despite this curse, five hun dred vears afterward a man was found who dared to rebuild the city and who fulfilled the prediction by in heriting the curse. As one stands upon the mound above Elisha's spring the most promi nent object in the distant landscape is the Quarantama (t orty - days) which is accepted as the traditional scene of the temptation of Christ. A ROYAL REFORMER The International Sunday School Lesson for July 24 is "Jehoshaphat's Reform," 2 Chron. 19: 111. COMMENTS BY WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Apart from their interest as true history, these chronicles of ancient lsrael'and Judah are worth studying as parables of life and conduct. Tbe men who move through them are real flesh and blood men, with all the faults and virtues of persons whom we know by name. The center of the story set for present study is Je - hoshaphat, who. assumed the throne of Judah, the southern kingdom, upon the death of his father, Asa, whose good reign was last week's lesson. Je - hoshaphat was even better than his father. He followed the divine programme in being an improvement upon his predecessor. Added to his many virtues lie nau me quality or dertakings led him into an alliance with Ahab, the wicked King of Israel Here he ran counter to the plan law of separateness which underly the very life of the Jews. Ahab and his people had fallen upon idolatrou ways. Ihey were corrupt. Jehosha phat had no more business allying himself with them than the Christian to - day has in identifying himself with the world's ways and fashions, and the world s viewpoints. Jehoshapha even permitted his son to take to wife the daughter of the wicked Jezebel. and by this gate there entered into Judah influences which bade fair to corrupt it even as the northern kingdom was corrupted. By his alliance with Ahab, Jehoshaphat was called upon to fight the latter s battles with the Syrians, and he barely escaped out of the alliance with his life and his religion. These wanderings northward had been evil. They were against the plain will of Jehovah. Jehoshaphat had no business mixing in heathenish wars. As one inevitable conseauence. his proper work at home had been neglected. A Flmcky Prophet As the King was returning south ward from the battle with the Syrians, thankful that he had escaped with a whole skin, he was met by Jehu, one of God's prophets, who did not wait until the King had become comfortably ensconsed in his palace. He "went out to meet him," and gave his message while it was hot, and while the King was most fit to heed it. Here are the words of Jehu: "Shouldst thou help the ungodly and love them that hate Jehovah? for this thing, wrath is upon thee from Jehovah." The King and his kingdom had both been soiled with the contaminating touch of idolatry. Their reli gious sensibilities had been dulled, their ideals had been lowered, and they had departed a step from that simple allegiance to Jehovah which was the only programme of prosperity for them. They had been bidden to touch not the unclean thing. Over and over, Jehovah had enjoined them to have no dealings with idolatry. The King would have found many precedents for his course had he cut off the prophet's head. To his everlasting praise let it be said, that he took the advice of Jesus. His teachableness proved his greatness. The one man who is in a hopeless way is he who has got to the point where he can learn nothing new. For the Rights of the People During his alliance with Ahab, things had gone askew in Jehosha - phat's realm and corruption had crept in. So he set about making effective, in most practical ways, the new religious impulse which he had given the people. As a first step, he placed judges at all the important centers to re - establish just dealings between man and man. No religion is genuine which does not thus vindicate itself. 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In the face of the grave social and economic problems which confront us on this western continent at the beginning of the twentieth century, no teacher of Cod's word can be assured that he is proclaiming the simple gospel unless his message is one that produces changes such as have been suggested. FRESH FROM.... ....OLD PERRY s Mrs. Marv Baker, widow of Jacob Baker, of Tobovne township, died Tuesday. She was 67 vears old. II. E. Bair has sold his store at New Buffalo to William J. Kines and has returned to Liverpool. Ihe second quarterly conference of the New Bloomfiehl Methodist Church, will be held this evening. Improvements are being made to the First National Bank, of New Blooinfield. Miss Bertha Gilliland, of New Bloomfiehl, has been offered the position of instructor in chemistry and ancient history in the Williamsport High School. By upsetting a panful of boiling water on himself, Frank Tressler, a youngster of New Blooinfield, was seriously scalded, Tuesday. William C. Lebo. foreman of the plant, has purchased the New Bloom field Times from its founder, Capt. Frank Mortimer, and will take posses sion August 1st. Capt. Mortimer will remove to Philadelphia for the benefit of his health. After a terrific fight with a mad bull, Mrs. Spicer, of Susquehanna township, escaped being gored by running in a barn door and shutting it against the animal s face. Tins done she was so weak that she fell and be came unconscious for several hours. David L. Swartz, a prominent citi zen of Newport, was found unconsci ous and dying in a wagon with the horse walking quietly in Howe town ship, near Ked Hill Church. Heart failure was the cause. He was 49 years old. The Lutheran t'hurch, ol JKlain, has purchased a pipe - organ, which is being erected this week. At a meeting of the Perry Elec trie Light, Heat and Power Company at Newport, E. FJ. Marshall was elected president; Alfred Marshall, of Philadelphia, vice president, and Wil liam Dorwart, secretary and treas urer. Tn a thunder storm in the vicinity of Blain, early in the week, three cows were killed by lightning and fences and barns were wrecked. Nelson & Buchanan, of Chambers burg, have been awarded the contract for building the new bridge over the Juniata Eiver at Newport. The con tract price is $26,500. CARLISLE Special to the TeUgrafK Carlisle, July 23. Mrs. Ella Mell wife of William Mell, died in St. Jo seph's Hospital, Lancaster, yester day. She was a member of St. Pat rick's Catholic Church. Besides her husband she is survived by a son John, who is a sailor in the Fnited States navy, being now on the Dixie Mr. Loner, of the Carlisle commer cial college, will inove his office to his new rooms in the i.ratton duuu - ing on Monday. The Burris L. T. L. distributed a number of bouquets among the sick in Carlisle this week. The work will he carried on every week. General R. H. Pratt and family left yesterday to spend several montns with friends and relatives at Jamestown, X. Y. The Germania Orchestra will give a dance at Mt. Holly to - night. Owing to wet grounds the Mechan - icsburg and Lindner game wa3 not played last evening. Liveryman William IT. Bretz sent six horses to Harrisburg last evening to be used by the Governor's Troop at Gettysburg. The Mission Sunday school held their picnic at Mt. Holly Park to - day. A reDort was around that Lindner was to go out of business. When Secretary Totten was seen he said "Xot much. Lindner is here to stay." Mr. John W. Plank, son LeRoy, of this nlace. and David Miller, or Me - chanicsburg. returned from Asbury Park yesterday afternoon. They made the trin in an automobile and - did not have an accident either going to As bury or returning. Commencing to - morrow evening, Rev. Mr. Petti will give a sermon on elements of character on each Sunday evening. To - morrow night his sermon will be "ratienee." Rev. Miles Noll will preach at Me - chaniesburp; to - morrow. Dr. Spencer is visiting his mother on West South street. Arthur R. Rupley has returned home from Atlantic City. The Christian Endeavor societies of the St. Paul and First Lutheran WE PROVE IT Catarrh and Colds Can be Relieved in 10 Minutes, and Permanently Cured Eighty years old catarrh fifty years. Dr. Arnew'g Catarrhal Powder cures him. Want any stronger evidence of the power of this wonderful remedy over this universal disease? Want the truth of the case confirmed? "Write George Lewis, Shamo - kln, Pa. He says: "I look upon my cure as a miracle." It relieves in ten minutes. Dr. aguew'l Heart Care relieve In 30 mlnnUi Bold by O. A. Goreas, J. N. Clark and C. K. Keller. ' " ' ' l HARRISBURG CHURCH DIRECTORY PASTORS - WILL MAKE CHANGES WHEN NECESSARY. Curtin Heights North Sixth Epworth Twenty - First and Derry Kelker Street Mission, Mauk's Hall rounn street worta Fourth Green Street Green w ormleysburg Wormleysburg Nagle Street Nagle Kelker Street Kelker Pleasant View and Progress . PRESBYTERIAN. ' Pine Street Pine and, Third AN estminster Green and Reily Bethany Cameron and Cumberland .. Market Square. Market Sq. and Second covenant Fifth and Peffer .jidv.p , cv oittie street ... ............ A. M. E East State Wesley Union A. ..I. E. South street Ridge Avenue Herr and Sixth Fifth Street Fifth and Granite Ave. . Thirteenth Street. 13th and Vernon ... Churches of this place will unite in worship on Sunday evening, July 24th. John M. Rhey has gone on a three weeks' vacation. Dr. J. A. Kilmore and Herman Laird were among Carlisle's visitors yesterday. MILLERST0WN. Special to the Telegraph. Millerstown, July 23. J. Edgar Titzel and wife, of Kew York city, are the guests of his father, E. P. Titzel, Esq., in this place. Mrs. H. M. Bratton, of Kipple, Fa., is visiting at Levi Kepner's. She was at one time a resident of Tuscarora township. Perry Kremer, a track hand on the P. R. R., had a foot mashed on Thursday by a steel rail falling on it. Dr. Bonawitz dressed it for him. He belongs to the P. R. R. Relief Fund. Mrs. Mary Allen is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Emma Armstrong, in Lancaster. Dr. James Xankivel will preach in the Methodist Episcopal Church Sun day evening. , , Ralph Thompson went to Philadel - phia on Thursday to have his eyes treated. William Xankivel and family, of Mifflin, are guests of his brother, Thomas. A party of young people of Altoona are in camp at Echo urove, along the Juniata River. NEW CUMBERLAND Special to the Telegraph. Kew Cumberland, Pa., July 28. Mrs. Apple, of Wellsville, spent several days with her daughter, Mr. Russel Reiff this week. Mr. Jacob Hefflefiinger, of Hampton, Virginia, was the guest of Mrs. M. H. Malone and Mrs. G. F. Moyer yesterday. Mr. Lease, of Steelton, was in town on business this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forry, who were married on Wednesday left yesterday for their new home in Free - port, Pa. Miss Annie Heckendon and Mr, Gault, of Harrisburg, called on Miss Maud Hover this week. Mr. Shell and son, of Mechanics - burg, spent yesterday with Mr. Nelson's family. Mrs. Thorley who has been spending some time with friends in Steel - ton, returned home. Misses Kate and Mary Malone and Miss Florence Beckley attended a musicale at the Methodist church at Camp Hill on Thursday evening. Mrs. Will Fleisher and three daughters, of Philadelphia, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Springer and Mr. Milton Fleisher's family. Mr. John Kaufman, of Harrisburg, was in town yesterday. Miss Alice Jessup, of York, is the guest of Mrs. H. E. Kester and Mrs. Prowell on Third street. Mrs. Garver and daughter lizzie. J .G. S. Chambers ,.V. McNally .Henry Cunningham ,.J. Ritchie Smith. .C. O. Eossvrnan Paxton Paxtane Darwin F. Pickard Olivet Derry and Kittatinny J. S. Rondy Calvary Cameron and Sycamore H. B. King Capitol Street, Forster and Capitol K. A. Johnson Zwinfrli - North and Church ... St. John's Fourth and Maclay Second Broad and Green Salem Third and Chestnut .... Fourth Sixteenth and Market REFORMED. R. F. Reed J. R. Stein H. N. Basler E. N. Kremer M. H. Sangree METHODIST. F. W. BIddle Rev. G. W. Steveni J. W. Hill Theo. A. Smvthe ...M. L. Blaloclc ...H. L. Jacobs ...B. H. Hart ..S. W. Wilson Harris A. M. E. Zion Marlon street I. H. Dorsey Asbury M. E. Herr and Cameron J. W. Jackson St. Paul's Vine C. T. Dunning EPISCOPAL. St. Paul's, Sixth and Forster Leroy F. Baker St. Andrew s J, E. Hill St. Stephen's Front near Pine, Rev. H. S. Hastings In charge All Saint's Mission Conoy and Race H. S. Hastings LUTHERAN. Rethlehem Green and Cumberland J. H. Harms Augsburg Fifth and Muench A. M. Stamets Christ Thirteenth and Thompson M. H. Stlne Zion South Fourth D. M. Gilbert Messiah Sixth and Briggs Memorial Fifteenth and Shoop T. V. Balr Calvary Thirteenth and Reese K. H Paar' Trinity, South Ninth r. l. Mcisenhelder UNITED BRETHREN. Otterbein Reily and Fourth E. S. Bowman Memorial Boas and Myrtle G. D. Batdorf Derry Street Fifteenth and Derry J. A. Lvter State Street State and Eighteenth I. N. s'eldomridge RAPTTST !?t. Paul s Cameron and Herr . Second North Eleventh First Second and Pine Tabernacle Forster and Sixth .A. L. Sumner ,.D. A. Reid ..A. F. Anderson ...W. J. Lockhart Zion Baptist Marion W. Tolliver CHURCH OF GOD. W. W. Clippineer ..Jay Forncrook ..D. S. Shoop ..H. F. Hoover ..G. R. Hoverter ..C. H. Forrest ..O. E. Houston T'NITln FV AVORT.Tr - AT Harris Street Harris J. w. Hoover Park Street Park and Sixteenth TV. S Harris Lemoyne a. H. Irvine MISCFT.T.ANKnUS First Unitarian Locust C. P. Wellman Brethren Hummel A. L. B. Martin Lutheran Mission - Third and Cumberland. F. M. Urich Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, 401 Herr street Seventh Day Adventists Third and Cumberland Christian Science Derry and Evergreen.. Brethren In Christ, 1185 Bailey street ....George Detwefler A. M. 10.30 10.30 JU'O 11.00 J0.15 10.3U 10.30 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 .0.45 .0.30 i: 00 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 JO. SO 9.00 11.00 10.30 10.45 30.45 10.00 11.00 10.30 11.00 11. 00 10.30 10.45 11.00 10.30 11.00 11.00 11.00 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30 11.00 10.30 10.45 10.45 S. S. P. M. 1.45 9.00 9.15 10.00 9.00 2.00 9.30 9.15 9.30 9.30 9.30 2.00 2.00 1.45 1.30 1.30 2.00 9.30 2.00 1.40 I. 45 9.00 9.15 9.30 2.00 9.45 2.00 10.45 9.15 9.45 II. 00 10.00 1.45 10.00 10.00 2.00 9.30 1.30 1.30 10.00 9.45 10.30 11.4o 9.30 9.30 1.30 9.15 9.15 9.30 2.00 10.00 9.30 2.00 9.35 7.30 7.30 7.30 6.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 6.00 7.30 7.45 7.30 7.30 7.30 780 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.45 7.30 7.30 6.30 7.30 7.30 6.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.15 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.45 7.43 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 NOTES OF CITY CHURCHES The Rev. C. X Aurand, of Martins - burg, will preach morning and evening to - morrow at Christ Lutheran Church. Frofessor O. G. Klinger will preach at Augsburg Lutheran Church to - morrow morning and evening. At the morning service of St. Paul s Methodist Church to - morrow Dr. S. J. Shoomkoff, of Thessalonica, Macedonia, and a native born Macedonian, will make an address on "The Macedonia Cry" and will illustrate it with vocal and instrumental music. Miss Lydia A. Forney will deliver a missionary address at 7.30 o clock to - morrow evening at the 'N'ormleys - burg Church of God. "Thoughts From the Christian En deavor Convention at Allentown" will be the subject of the evening talk at the Fourth Street Church of God to morrow. Children's day will be observed tomorrow morning and evening at Trinity Lutheran Church. Programmes of a musical and literary character will be rendered. The Rev. W. L. Bull will preach morning and evening in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Front street, tomorrow. To - morrow evening's service at Tabernacle Baptist Church will be a musical one. The pastor, the Rev. William J. Lockhart, will make an address on "Music" and the choir will render a special programme. "The Treasures of the Snow" is the subject of a sermon which the Rev. Horace Lincoln Jacobs, pastor, will deliver in Ridge Avenue Methodist CTiurch, to - morrow evening. Bishop W. M. Stanford, D. D., will preach in the Lemoyne Evangelical Church to - morrow morning and evening. The Reformed Mennonites will hold services in Kinnard's Hall, Broad street, to - morrow at 10.30 o'clock. TJw Rev. Jacob S. Lehman will preach. The Rev. A. M. Stamets, pastor ot Augsburg Lutheran Church, win occupy the pulpit morning and evening in Messiah Lutheran Church to - "God's Infinite Love" is the subject of a sermon which will be preached in the gospel tent, Regina stieet and Chayne avenue, to - morrow evening at 7.30 o'clock, by James Waugh, of New - ark. The Rev. Dr. J. Wesley Hill, of Grace Methodist Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Crowned Christ," and in the evening on "Voices From the Mountain." At the morning service in Westminster Presbyterian Church to - morrow' morning, Eyangelist J. V. Van DeVenter will preach. There will be no evening service at this church. Miss Annie C. Reel and Mr. L. Vt. Kinnard will sing "Hark, Hark, My Soul," at Bethlehem Lutheran Tab - ernaele, to - morrow evening. and Mrs. Harry Souders attended the luneral of Mrs. Best at Shiremans town on Thursday. Walter Mahon, of Lemoyne. wns the guest of his brother John this week. Mr. Lincoln Free, of New Jersey. came home to attend the funeral of his uncle. Mr. Anderson, of York county, was m town yesterday. Ihe school board met on Thursday cvemcjr. HUMMELST0WN Hummelstown, July 23. Rey. H. S Gabel, of Lebanon, will preach in the united Brethren Church to - morrow evening. . An ice cream festival will be held to - night at Dimeleis, Fitter's Elbow - Miss Blanche Wheeler has returned to her home from Philadelphia to spena tne summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Murray, of New York, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, John M. Murray, SUNDAY SEASHORE EXCURSION VIA PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Sunday, July 24th, only $4.10 to At lantic City on special through train via Delaware River Bridge Route, Train leaves Harrisburg at 5:05 A. M Returning, leaves Atlantic City at 6:30 P. M. $4.00 round trip to Atlantic City, Cape May, Anglesea, mldwood, or Holly Beach via Market Street Wharf. All tickets good for five days. jly21 - 3t The Chateam Wine Cellar Of the Speer N. J. Wine Co., at Passaic, NT. J., is worth visiting and worth the time for any who are curious to see rare old Ports, Burgundy and Claret. This is the Chateau private stock cellar, most of the wines in the cellar are not for sale but kept for curiosity and future generations. They are supplying some orders for the 22 year old Port of which they have to spare and sell at $15.00 to $18.00 per dozen quart bottles. BaperfloOMt llalr and moles removed with Electric Needle. Only sure cure. MISS HAINES, ' 129 South 3rd street, jyl6 - 3,6 - lmo Harrisburg, Pa. A musical magnet attracting every melody - loving man, woman and child in town to' our store is the Chickering piano. The tonal loveliness and delicate responsive touch of this piano has given it a high ranking among the finest instruments of the world. We want you to hear the Chickering, the tone is rich, tender and imaginative, you feel its beauty. Come and bring your musical friends with you. J. H. Troup Fiano House, No. 9 South Second street. Blotched, rough, red, tender skin smoothed to satin softness, using atia Skin Cream, aad Ec3 Eaxten mm (blood) HOTELS NEW YORK A Household Remecly Schmidt Pi roc scrofula, ItLrBS ULCERS, SALT RHEUM. ECZEMA every form of malignant SKIN ERUPTION.besides being efficacious in toning up the system and restoring tha constitution whn impaired from any cause, it is a fine Tonic. : and its almost supernatural healing properties justify us In guaranteeing a cure of all blood diseases, I directions are followed. Price, SI per bottle, or 8 bottles for 85. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQaiST8. Ontlf THipn BOOK OF WONDERFUL CURES, , tuuui liuu togcuier with valuable information. ' BLOOD BALM CO., ATLANTA, OA. ' For sale by Win. II. KE.WF.nY and FO KEY & 14.NOI SK. ATLANTIC CITT W. J. Grand Atlantic Hotel Virginia Avenue and Beach ATLANTIC C'JY, N. I Under entirely new management and ownership. 300 Rooms; Sea Water Baths; Long Distance Telephones in Bed Rooms; Unsurpasced Cuisine and Service; Cafe; Orchestra; Social Features; Booklet. DAVID P. RAHTER, of tiarrisburg, and A. CHESHIRE MITCHELL, Proprietors and Manage Also Proprietors and Managers of the HOTEL AGNEW Beach Front, Chelsea, Atlantic City. The Most Attractive Hotel for Harris - burg Visitors is Hotel Borton. Ocean end Tenn.Av. Terms moderate. E. B. Voorhees. RYAN'S COTTAGE Cor. Arctic and II. linois aves., Atlantic City, N. J. $1.00 pel day. myl9 - 89t . flear the Beach Fine Cuisine Swansea Cottage (UK MODELED) 12 and 1 S. Michigan Avenue Atlantic City, W.J. MRS. J, S. EDWARDS Rafes $1 Per Day Open June I s WELUM3TON ANO WESTMINSTER The WELLINGTON, New York, 7th Ave. and 55th St., three blocks from Central Park. Modern; fireprool; shower baths; telephone every apartment. Rooms - vitb bath, $2.00 per day and up ; rooms without bath, $1.50 per day and up; also suites, furnished or unfurnished. Broadway carl pass the door. The WESTHINSTER, Irving Place aril 16th St., one block from Union Square and OrammercyPark. Remodeled at acoit of over ,f 100,000; telephone, steam heat, electric tights, open lires In every room; 75 new, bath rooms; rates $1.00 per day and up A Special Feature Genuine Southern Cooking added to our regular Bill of Fare. A. W. EAOER. ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL?; Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheumatism, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Bad Blood and Nervous Troubles caused by Sick Kidneys. C. K. Keller, 405 Market street, and J. Nelson Clark, 306 Broad street, Harrisburg, Pa., and W. K. Martz, Steelton, Pa., the well - known drug - ; gists, know by experience that HIN - DIPO will cure all forms of Kidney and Nervous Troubles, and will guarantee it in all cases. Can't you afford to try it, at their risk? it costs yoil nothing if it don't do the work. ' Sent by mail to any address, pre - , paid, on receipt of 50 cents. 6 Boxes $2.50 under a positive guarantee. No matter what in cut flowers, it's here. The cut - flower man Forty - Four N. 3d St. Cure for Men The most successful remedy known for the speedy relief and absolute cure of Gonorrhoea and Gleet is Gonola Pearls. These Pearls have cured cases where all other remedies have failed. If taken in the beginning of the attack the cure will be positive, no gleety discharges will annoy the patient afterward. They are a combination of remedies that do the work that no other remedies are able to effect. For sale at Gorgas' Drug Store or by mail upon receipt of $i.oo. THE MOKO MEDICAL COMPANY Camp Hilt, Cumberland Co., Pa. P. O. Box 50. REMOVAL a DR. W. P. CLARK, Dentist Has removed from 1610 North. Third street to 20 North Second street, Rooms 5 and 6, over Methodist Book Rooms. Entrance on the Square. Bell 'phone. WILLIAM HART B0UGHTON F. A. I. A. ARCHITECT Offices 6 and 7. No. 204 - 206 Market street Hours 10 to 12 A. M. Both 'Phones. H. Cohen, 30il Market Street Best line of real hair switches la Vn vUta a Sfieclaltjf.

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