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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland f J'_ EVENING r" AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY JOURNAL-DEV t VOL- VI KIN0LING WOOD. gtstainytt suA rod Free i i r r MI 1 or sl'LIl WOOD I i u prompt in s SON' 11 TO "Jl( HOLS' SOMam'st opp City Hotel. T4R Urj'Ht of TOJP rend Fui if r iiitrodiK In this fly m ri n< li liuhoifitan an'l designs! fa lab] Carriages in Great Variety, Dolls and Toys n at prlf oft ttfsuit every WJ WBlnviii tin Annapo InipK t our QooctS More jmn
ys and girls of 10 or 19 years of who have charge of them. For, is not a girl in the family, boys essed into the service as baby- Idfcrs, which is so much the worse for JBii dividual babies concerned. Not that oys are or cruel, ley arc not the bom mines tlmt the ire. With girls of the gutter chil- :lass, the role of "little mother" to live" babies seems to come as fdal aa does doll nursing to the little rf the better off classes of society, the casual observer the children of i nent street look a mteerabl- ect of wretches, but, as a matter of f Act, are" happy enough in their way. arc sharp, active, self-reliant, easily J, and especially capable in tlio t of pleasing themselves. Their i are for tho most part ones, at any rate as toys aro rned, and tliat is perhapt why they a tendency toward the, form of representation. They play in wonderfully realistic and mothers, keeping ng shops and keeping school. It is ps worth remark that tve tetter as played by gutter children, does the idea of the abolition of punishment. The the strap or rope's end, used as a sub- e for regarded not merely as nblem, but also as the practical in- tent of authority. With it disci- is maintained and attention W ISes secured. The mimic gutter apply it freely, and with a that is not always sufficiently lined, even by the fear of reprisals .recollection that the teacher of one of the game will be the scholar of cxt. The privilege of "larruping" jwpils is evidently regarded a? the wt prerogative of the teacher, and me thing that makes the ontce en- some of the outdoor games of the r youths there id a good deal of ting of doggerel rhymes, and it may be that the idea of the "action which now form so popular a of the kindergarten system, was taken from these street games. 1 I the Tear Bound. The ShlekU Duel, the Last Conflict of Hit This was Mr. Lincoln's last quarrel. Although the rtst o t Hth wlk passed in hot and earnest del fttejhe f again descended te the >t hjs H ftftt sartes, who would gladly enough ti t erted to unseemingly wrang ling. In latt r ears U became his duty'to glvaknofflcul reprimand to a yeung officer who! had been court-martialed for a inatrel i wita' Tlie lepitmaad la. probably the gentlest recorded ia the-an- nals of penal discourses, and It shoa4st to ew words, the principles wl ich, rulfdjli o conduct of this great and pci ceable mai. It has never before been published, and k deserves to be written in letters of gold o he walls of every gymnast im and! ege. "The advice of a father to1 his son, ware of entrance to a quarrel, but be! n. bear it that tbe opposed qiay beware heel' is gqod, but not the best. Quarrel tot at all. No man resolved W make mest himself can spare time for pei sonal contention. Still less can oe attor 1 to take all the consequence, including he vitiating of his temper and the loss f self-control. Yield larger things to wbic you can show no more than equal righ and yield lesser ones thougl cleariy owp. Better give your pam to a dog be bitten Jby him in contesting -foRtHe right. Even killing the would n cure the I and discovered to have been tho eldest ren of their parents. This fact, adds Sumphry, docs not agree with popu- lotions that first children inherit a of constitution, nor with the ion of racing stables, which is de- ily against the idea tliat "firstlings" 0 be depended on for good perform- on the course. The centenarians regarded were of Spare build. t and rheumatism were, rale, nt. "It says Professor iphry, "that the fraino which is des- 1 to-great age needs no each prophyl- s, and engenders none of the pec- humors for which tho finger joints n gout) may find a vent." the fifty-two aged people, twenty- only had no teeth, theaverage num- rf teetli remaining Being four or five, hours of sleep were notable among old people, the pfffai, of repose nine hodrs; while out of door case in plenty and early rising are to oted among tite factors ofarrolonged .One of the centenarianB "drank to el on festive another was ree beer "drank like a during his whole life." .Twelve hod mostly all i. Jama'Oawtte. f mong certain shnpleMelanesian B" stOl exfats. Amanjwho has pnHicly announces hfalinten _ foimmw Mt certahicneitty to deal i. In the victiiuas a rule n friroit no to> but auwtly arraiut rhfs aHain, Idranra to his and in a hours, and without os of ulness, dies, purely g any York own On U If you cannot compete with a i Van Holdea. "in rank, or weofttv ic knowledge, meet him on the- love jnd of humanity. you can at -3 be his -nr snpenrr Til 1 1 Indians In tbs neighborhood of Ne- i City, build Minot's Dentrlflce will beauttfulljr whiten tbe teeth, tasure healthy guns and sweeten the breath. F urfeotly-harn less, and can be used without the least li jury to the same. Price 25 cents per bo tie. For sale by all druggists. Hio Pillow Forgot Him. Every night UtsT'Actpr Fred Wurdett plays tbe Gladiator in he is sup- posed to fall ibscnsible In the latt act. did fall thrllUngly for two nights at tbs Windsor but! after that tbe act lost at goo i deal of its realism: On tbe second nlgl t be fell with a thud all over the theatre and there wait a wild outbun t of applause. Then the anathema: "Yoi savage I" proceeded in loud tones from tt ft prostrate Gladiator. The i text day Actejr Warden played the part with a broki head and felt very gingerly. It the duty of a suboidlnaM to hidden behind tbe crowd'of flomas Ml diersonthe stage tbe The second night of tbe engagement subordinate bad forgotten Wm or was hind schedule time, and the actOr bit the stage an emphasis that .vafe -qtiiirelgr top realistic for his self Yi 8tml 'I What Mm. r Bays. That they need high Accuse more tL anything else at some of Ibe fashion date in town. That real estate men at ewjkort possible Vuyers tbe divorce i business wil' be killed. That it It a great pity sotie of tbesooijl quarrels and fends cannot be ftettkd arbitration, j That everybody in Mtiietjf io making the most of days of the season '_ t i What Trae Merit The unprecedented isale of German GjHp the world. I the safes (and best reoM dy ed for the speedy and effectual cure Coughs, Colds and tie ttoubletL It acts on adenti tel> principle from the ofoal given by Physicians, as it upaCongh and kaVe fhe still 1 the system, outon rel the bells tbe, affected and leaves ijteni health? condition. A bottle kfept noose for use when tlie d iseases ma_ thelr appearance, willsare doctor's bill and a long spell of serious jUneas. J trial will you of tbese facU. 1 M pwltivt-ly sold by sll an ftutli] ilealtrs in the land Prirc. cants, large
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