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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               ENING PITAl ANKAPOLIS, MD., SATURDAY EVEN KINDLING WOOD and gahonf. We will In this column adveillur menu of For Rent, For Sale. 11, Mt Found, Ac., no exaeedlnKfourliara. ft WKBK. lew for 8tt Cento. lir of or -1'LI 1 WOOD J I'l I i -on prompt M A M i t I xli mlcil TO fa. M( HOLS' tOMain St. cpp City. Hotel. F Jl i rt i i it of Toys and s i M i 11 troiliK (id In this 'r it in li iinil Hobeuilan Mil itt lolors Hiul designs bi U] Caffiajes in Creat Varletj, 1 Dolls and Toys rlptl n ill prl( CHtoHiiitevoiy Itrfj th  City Hotf KO, E, FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Street, I'KAI tw Is DRY GOODS, NOT1O1STS, Tins popular inn 10 now open to the pub la and will keep on hand, George dii in tier's PKEMICM LAGAR BEKR, WINKS AND LIQUORS. Choice dgava, always on hand. Cor. Wayner Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRCHGESSNEB CAPITAL HOUSE Lager CHR. SPENGLEB, Proprietor, Cor. East St. and State Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. tliu, Cte and Stone Haie, and Canned Ooods Best Uriiii'ls of sugnr-Onred BREASTS. a 'nrge nwoitineat of f arpenierV niMl iurnl s, Harness and Trunk Straps, 3, Malting Oil Glott, a general assortment of Menliatuhse __> K. FKANKLIN CO., t'HUUCH STREET, ANNAPOLIS, MD. Street, Void Beer KaST'thv Bar la supplied at all times with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, at moderate rates. A Lunch furnished at any time A first class house in all 6jl eJOHN (Near the Post Office.) IS TBBrAKED TO DO PLUMBING In all Ita Also Garden and Yard Furnished at short notice, cheap for cash. Work done in a most practical and man' or at low rvttt, and Hatintaction Kuaranteed. Hpecial attenttoa paid to Hydran', and Ixttk Room work. A trial is solicited. a27tf FALL and WINTER MILLIN a. J- I NVITES the Ladies to call and examine her new and elegant assortment of Fall and ffatf, In all the latest Styles and Designs. Aim large aasortmeut of Fancy Qoods, jgTBitnnett and Halt trimmed to order at tkort natiet. MRS 8. J. Opp Cltv Hotel. J. F. POPHAM, (KHUN! MOR No. 37 Main Street, ANN AFOLIS, MD. PIT NO PAY. a branch of an 1__________________ Hotue in Annapolis city, tor Anne Aiundel County. neat. AddnM, N. TVT. O. Bm No, BilttauJteTltd. 1 cheapest astonni eat KNIT HAMMOCKS. Adult OhiMren'a ahm fl.85. Made and bf 1IB8.A.M WKIoK alrMt, S doom below Mtiryland Avenue Wee K oeata extra con'aining five rooms, with all POROUSED PLASTER Cares Backache, L-arin troubles Kidney T RheamaMsm, A trill will convince the skeptical that they UN but They are medicated with eapsl- cnman4 ttie mctlre principle o{ being far more powerful in their action than ot her plasters. Do not Induced to take others, but be sure and genuine which n always en- Sloied In an envelope with the df'iilnre of tho praprietnrs. The P W P Co., ami dircedons in tout bneuaget, alio seal on Iraiit and back of tach Sold by druggists, at 35 cents each. An the best known remedy for hard and soft conn, and mrer fall to cure. Price 25 ctjnts. JFhePeleg MAMUFACTURERbJ 113 W. Broadway, 3f. F- S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGIS1S. AHD WORTHINGTON AND CO. a28-y Sole Agent" for Annanolis, M1. THERE WAI TAKEN from__ board ktth residence of Uie late Misa Inn Wilraot some oi I MSS SEC., and two veri old A Ism insc and a small Ivather-cfijrer- cc roroff: title unknown, were valued for :heir antiquirj by the puru las er. If enclosed In a wrapper ana aJ Jressji P. O. Box 101, ti 97 will be thankfully reqt by owner. d 41 To Whom it. This is to cu the herd of J composed of f them all in go f20-lw] F I OR SALE. 6x9 Doe soil fur wit a boy'g aohoont ;2 feot lonir, full ninrod- m HEUUING U. IJL-] cheap, dross, "M" CA and confhlentia y. SOUTH FLO sale; excha orty. 01 plauted mutl. Easy OlUce. te W ANTEO.- HanasU Apply by letter WAMTUD.-J capital, MILL in tlie LucK itoi ASH, IK PUBLIC. ANNAPOLIS, Feb. 26, Concern ify, That I haveinsp ur bead of BB-, id health. J DK. W II. A PRINTING splendid w6i K Cost stand and Holler MouW, Buy, for cash, aomoestat) Isli bSh, of to A if office, with part (oil ail Lands andlntcircet i fo KC for city or subui bai  ttii Miauf u, LU IUMIU insurers. On Aral Moi Apply tu TO ire oa City Propurtiy d, 11U.1U1 UKlCaud 1 OK 20 fool t'EAU, si itiiuie toi A'it t uuluu. OflCK Tt on hand au excellent quality (ystei tluuuiutt. tJOAj. at to A. f. lUltS OUU Ju-UlUl uuw. Appiy I OMVOBTABJLE AND >t and cold water, ot 126 x 213 feet, will cheap and m .easy- terms, premises, Ctyiduit street Gantt's cottage.. omm, Punytnd Sickly and tratrlllous tn 1897. 3buledoarca VOLINA ToUim i nuuwc and THxrr bandaoiuc rauplrte K tfilini-l.cirtoCUBE no11! !7Tu a juufiM' pt o a 3e. postage stamps Ai (In iRUC A U X ni y n 01 s n If you and 1 to-day 6bxmM atop and lay te work down, and let our where JreywlU- Fall down to lie quite EtOl; some other band should come and stoop to ml rumls carried so that It could wind, where ire stopped; If it should come to keep Our life work going. Beak To carry on the good design Distinctively made yours or mine. What would it Hnd? If love should comr, Stooping above, when wo are done. To find bright threads TO havo held, that it may spin them longer, ind but shreds t break when touched, how cold, shivering, port'onlcsR, the hands will hold The broken strands, and know Fresh cause for woe. KUngte- JESSIE BENTON FREMONT. Visit to the Old Lady Wlio Once 8avcfl Her Life. lien Jessie Benton was a 8-year-old she was seized with a violent attack oup while tlie Benton family was on vay from Washington to Bt. Louis on road. So violent was it that hild's father turned off the highway the nearest house, which happened i Mrs. Cmgar's. The woman saved child's life and thus established a to tho attentions of the Benton chold whenever she was In Wasbing- She was a. woman who liad a very mind and was remarkably well but was "singularly without any >athies." When Mrs. Fremont was Wheeling with her husband in the days of the war she recalled the an who had performed such signal ce for her in her childhood, and to surprise learned upon inquiry that Crugar was still living, as clear led as ever1, though quite 100 years Idi In a well built house of dressed very largo and solid, with tho srfiil detached kitchen and long row of .e; o quarters-n-all tlie roads and paths >a ng to it lost in the unchecked growth )iany old lady lived, cn- alone, even tho servants being out at nunset. Fremont determined to visit her rode out to her house, accompanied le general and attended by a guard, large library, lined with books, she d the old lady who had saved her life baby, who still knew her perfectly all about her and why armed men her on the visit. She had in her a volume of the ch, she sakl, was writing she. old books were the only kind she d for. Her like her books, old, but of tho beet, for eho was care- y arrayed in rich black satin, with a of beautiful old j olio wed Lice, and inevitable false hair, dark, was ned in with rich lace quillings. Her told in the Ekin of lier face and da, which was like crimped parch- it, but the lips were firm, and the i deep Bet, in wrinkled lids, were still and keen. Nor did she forget her cs as hostess, and said it might please B young people" to go a ball room there, and they might Inj'i ce if they liked. his ballroom turned out to bo a mu- sefiin of the fashions from Ift20 to 1840, Mrs. Crugar, like Queen Elizabeth, kept all her fine clothes. The walls s hung with dresses of Silk and satin velvet, mantles of queer, rich dam- pelissos trimmed with fur, and a ded riding habits. In the closets were M1 nets of fine Leghorn and of tremen- irffa size, cashmere turbana embroidered jold, long veils of fine old English lace aip treasures of good lace in ehawk and English Honiton, MechUn or Brus- When one of the young officers put hand on a pincushion it fell to pieces, old lady bad Been none of these ogs for more than a quarter of a oent- bot die talked of the and ite in- result, but without feeling and without sympethies. Well any woman of fashion aak henelf Sich a worth living, for trhat s. Crngar was fashion had made bar. ieview of Mrs. Book. i) B. I. Goodman DRUGGIST P_H H' A R M A Pretonptooiu c the proprietor. Soda, Vifhy ifanfb ffffint a call Ftob Made Machinery. In olden times the hook had to be lion- died many times before completed. First the wire was cut to the tight length for the size needed; then TOO cut the barb on, and the next thinj; was to anneal the hook, then forge it on n drop press, nextf shear it on the same press, then grind the-; point, shape it, and after that eye or flute, it. Then the hook was ready for pering. These were all done with handi1 machines. I came to tho conclusion thafc it was a slow process end invented thd machine I have refcrncd to nbovH which1; combine all of these hand machines into; one. I nm now nt work on a macliinef expressly for trout hooks, and when com-ij: plcted it will turn out hooka at tho of 150 per- minute. At the present make about hooks per day, or ai: total of per year. The method of the automatic patent machine is about us follows: Tho wire iaj taken from the cod the sainu as from the mill and run through a revolv-i ing straightening machine, composed ofj, pieces of steel screwed m zigzag shape, which acts aa a friction on tlie wire and. straightens it. Then it is drawn on to oil large wheel five feet in diameter (the pro-1 cess being the same as winding cotton on a spool) from the last end of tho wire and': is taken and put into the machine by an automatic feed by two rollers any length j you want. Then it is sheared off, trans' ferred and the eye is put on. It imsses pri and tho bat b cutter puts the barb on; then tho forging dies take hold of it and flatten J the point out; it still travels on and chipping dies trim the blott off at an angki} which leaves a ragged point. It travels further in the intricate machinery if TV hen the rotary mills take tlie rough off the hook and then the other made V sliapo, file on the sides. AfteH; that it is transferred to be shaped i then it is Eagle. tow of California Chinese. The best proof of the low of thff] Chinese in California IH afforded by tlteii faces. It is rare that one sees nn Intel) i gent face with any signs of good brneti- ing in a stroll through tho Chinese quartet of San Francisco. A few wholesale morji chants there are of fine education, and consulate contains several Chinese c high rank. These men havo regular feat ores, a clean skin, and great dignity oj. manner. In their rich silken dresses thug stalk through the crowds of unsavory cool ies with an that wenin to say "There are human swine whoso touci would defile the hem of our In fact, there is no greater living pef Bonification of pride of station than tbj' Chinese mandarin. his strong marked features, his clear, pale, ohtv skin, lus intelligent oye, and his bearing, he prescnto tjio greatest contrai ii to tho meager, stunted frame, the Tartar face with its complexion bling old bacon, tho lotv, cunning cxprCfc sion, and the mixture rf servility and science of tho H. The Cosmopolitan. Futon of Fire Ctoy. aUbuOoing materials the first In its fttfb resisting -tonalities is fire clay, qgiterial has become of late years aa in- uabte adjunct to various classes of Idings, and it is safe to say that the future will see it used-in a great viraber of directions qow scarcely of. In its it can no cheaply made and socasfly and in- nensively apphed that thtro is too ex- farms much lighter guenQycanbeuaed manycaaes where, forifeasonaof cnp- a brick wall is not possible. Hore- betng made in hdlpw or J- nu, Ka air oU (dootor of heat-, sod proMction tin Budget Coqjagai Lore Atttang Very striking examples of lore are found among certain mbus monkeys. It lias been especially hi tho Ameiican marmoset which, on the other band, sbowa hi case of the females a weakuesk of nal feeling. The female of this speck) having become tired holding her spring, has been seen to call the riale take care of it in bis torn. One of the marmosets of "the ijardtjli dee Plantes in Paris having die I, husband was Inconeoktblc. Ho ci This toog tune the oorpso of hU conw panion, and when ho was convinced if; I her death, be put his Iiand oijer his eyt4 and remained motionless, without taint M food, until he succumbed himself. macaque wanderoo also has only fomnkt, and remains faithful (o bar unf S3 Howard in Pment from lUie Rattan. Mr. Joseph Ghanroi tain, a i visit to the eultrrn of }ud4 Tie: fine present made 5ora net. R the tan wished to bo Cer come persona) 4 i 01; -4i which Mr. Chamberlal ci dt 1 scientist, after a careftdanalysii of n- an Ferent degrees of Ught. fonclttdes that Hien.whenhew Ooaghtcqinoreaben th white and black are colors, andbodi B" cwld have a proper place upon the aomatic BodgH. cdorcd material withn crescent of rri at the top, just a crown of monds, and bdow that the Initials 2 i B." worked in hind, '-wigtti iwcket t   

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