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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               t If: M hi HP AN INDIEfBipENf THE BEST INTERESTS OF I, MB. IT tCH4 KINDLING WOOD, SON, Mli'i't, SA aml r I i' WOOD W, .tsnvrt Extended. 00 TO NK'WOLS' 10 Main St. opp. City Hotel. TUB iiMHorliiirnt of Toys and Ktncy iii'inlx rvrr lutrodiicuil in this .In I-'i-fiich and UoUeuitan nrligticif' OL ASS V-T-A-IVB rolors iind designs lltt Saliy [anises in Creat Vaiiely, Dolls and Toys ifweiy tli'wrlptl'in, lit prices to suit every lodj. Wo Invlir the of Annapo btoctllftii'l luMpcct niir Htock of Goods Wow you J" yi'ur purchuHlnK olscwhere' XotravMot" slmw a pleasure, thi< luiinr mill pliico. J U. S. NICHOLS, L FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Street, DKAI.KH DRY GOODS, fii Class and Stone Ware, and Canned Goods Bran-Is 9f Sugar-Cured of nii 5ur.il jfctsfanranfi SEVERN This popular inn "la now open to the pub io and will keep oa hadd, George n oil JUT: ana ntt ItyUsu BATlt le oystturtng. a A. to or' IB. the CAPITAL !AK1> lient Dwe tdatr .a, backyards; cheap And door E. CLj eleven rooms 'akul t and cold wateii.lo Imi go halli fiom feet, be street att's cottage. J Wffl D. Thorean was once caBed upon by B. W. Einersbn, wittee jBower ipir- s being scratched up by the h am, her devise some pjan to present damage. After a consideration _ and means, Mrs, Kmerson bit the expedient of putting Ejneri on the feet of the irallii FB1OB ONE CENT who bad a beW aena of Gkriy choking ai id gnwrfy, r Mrs, Emeraort'edirectioji, bondi god bwsof tbe assembled I in, linen cloth. .For tbo did no harm, ana'tile Emerson L-'Iwras greatly pfcaeei IT y, 'there was-heard i in exultant BtchedtbKUgh innfplung. The hens followjpd suit, and was reduced to mir, Tliorean werit to.tbd w let GjfittMftsUttt a gymhaBJum exclusively tie use of wemenT It a tennfa court, a gynii ashun hafl, jstrack of twenty to tbo liqt and cold water btt hs, etc It by Mies Mary Allen, who 'yearn been a phjsictl It is well patroni Tfceon jreryttorly ift now manna [eas farkUiar thelatest theory of ejiidemio dis- which iff now known t be f ropa- by germs that may, under ft irtaiu diaseraindted fay the Ipto] the arstem are the Oi tlwstoriach, "Here this hot of hia Asiatic trails, fells us pestiksfttial wind- 'prevaiuiig in from north1 low Up 4 o the n froritierof Pereia.c He thinks he itifieii tMB-wind Mntti one men- in the Book of Job, md he siya breathe itkun blade and bowiiver, i, this there W it air smin aa i1 hair, "V an they breathe in theserayso' flre die of the rest receit ing no it be continues Thevenrt, "it be the thought theao fins I; proceed froni sulphurous that rise out krf the 4arth, which tossed by tbe wind Unite (f  with that is fanSatic, of the gem origibj tHjyof thiee _ 1 by the ally jand the imode -of in- intothe 1 luman system is now' entirely corrpbor [latest Tfork a Sti r. 'T-talis because it appeared i he; ni {fat in Elector jJobajyv SigJsnraid, of rg, was by G erman B, expected to make its t withia tta years, jduring the reign of Ejapera r Otho the jQerdotan papera, jar SCT and tiu con- Gaseiopeia, Vhfcfa has flu shape In 1804' a similar star Wi m seen to same sohi INFOR MANY erf I VQilWA iTcfc 3i IMATI TOUJU VOUHA rfMigc. of biidtiki 0W> tMTT." ij tDl'OIM. CURES H "wSETDmii S tlif pTtlfVi ftCttO'u L UCU A healtujr D3DIAL CURES bS bit rite Wcakaess, "CURES on Nov. 11, when Tycho Brdhe noticed brfl- stkr'of'unusual aaagnitude in a spot he had only Been small until It had no tail, nor it ibya baase.Oat might lead to take it for a comet; it resem- oo the contrary, the: other fixed and shed a more! brilliant light than of the magnitude, excelling respect Sirius, Jupiter and Vega. '1 only Iw compared to Venus, iBbO ii1 the daytime, even At night, with a covercja sky, all oljier stars are invisible, it repeatedly distinguishatle it Clouds. Tycho was convbicbd of fts; ?plete immovability. Its light began in 1572, anc( after feliono fur nearly seTientecn Sdia it c-ntircly inj 1574. rain tbe astronomers hs.vc looked for it its "woiitecl since; but BOW, r the usual rxri'jii of awut vears, expected to Hh'iw' Ibe imrn, Panritwl tUctlr Ori! .c Kearlalina taflatina JJOLSOII run hun- 1s iiiilw without tlio c rirt- of intlividnals. It months and even but ccn roved liy mtenae ItKit. inx steam, plentj nf In- h air .md "hlorinc, eulpb'-rouu p.'-M. have ilispdsi', it can be communicated by to i. The mdiridaal inliaJcs the aa or J. M. hi Barrrhood. PJH It was a countiir hoU I inl The atranger who si t d iwi amazed when the i rait ir printed bill of f ai a rblih 1 ter soup and clan ol loii ier, i to four of pjto fnd cream. rm Y e-s; bat we havm' wetter. "Very well; "We are out of Mat, "Then bring mje wl Musaga.1 rolls, ribs of beefl and i "Wehavn'tanf sir. beefstake. b'lled and caffee." At that the room, and ths 'See here, ian trick is "What! Oh, air, let me i uoc let! apt side hotel, and h i Itafle L I te. tad (thirty thousand bills fare on ha id, foi dol- te'ra'i These are hard t ines- -v iry and we must utillije evi rjfth ,QK Shave or HitrCit) bu new Shaving Parlor, ow Ha Avenue, where al I Work" is gi araat poalte Hart's Cigar Sto v. Fear isa'bad bablt formed IB chll an4 continued in a cht mic fofm life. It ts to be urtd >r how he had t> piss I sttp jpy! f through a forest kjt nigft. Helent boldly; but after ii few ktepi th i fe fear came on and he felt hi jhl r when he aaw the blear pky ag in. night be was'able to ketep ui h si fora longer andj IonAr dlstfbee. jutittt flaally the fear Was ilnwirt Habit la theonly ol W6rkmenin powder i in constant danger but j educate a child to! be 1 not fearing in so on, must be taught 1 guardians. Most of r ards of our children, i as well for them Vf t appendage to theif whiten teeth, and sweeten the I and can be used wathoi it the I Jury to the same, i 85 tie. For sale drfiggli ta.; It Waw A negro nam havej no! ave, th i and soptndaj pi irent i pou Id 1 upj wfthoutj 1 j..; ;tw you want fo mate a fortune you tt'fndatx Bonctiucg aptmla to niJUom, nut to tbe county, Ya.r'kUNl af otner Brooker Nowlln ibme He] convicted of murder in} the aecbnd and waa sentence! toj six penitentiary. On 1 he witne is si and told a strange story, fie Ihad from his wile on irregularities, but Mill ireaMedl near On the night of his flgttwjitb drensncd that be aaw fbe jlatter in Payne'r; room, and so vivid waji the that It in a rage in the at uim. 'He wa impressed by tbe dreask tnat be got d res himself and 'went to his ts liMi-e, but listening at thedeorfounu tii. --vss asleep. V> iii r> went to leave he foavj If f H e With NOWlltij TV'ljl. wj, prom liirijj A cp-m-ii wliicli N win) invii' L. r f atoul aii'l i.'- own n v. v wilb tct'LU'C" knifr U' :H i execution aboul sr-1 NowHn aurTitred liim a 4'iort tim Murk felt 'IT i'sync, an fBdortriousdwkfj. and a p tit ja is being ci; JM I! 'I   

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