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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               VENING a rn M- AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE Cl ANNAPOI4S, MD., MONDAY EVENING, MABCJH 6, KINDLING WOOD. .T It U n r MM] I i I n li I I '10 Ml r inontli, at rates. A Lunch at any time A first class use in all rfspects 5jl JOHN JOHNSON, (Sear the Post Office.) 14 PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING AGAS FITTING In mil Itm Also Garden and Yard Hose Furnished at short notice, cheap for ull Woik done in a most practical ikinix'ilike man- tr at low rater, and latislactioii Special attention to Hydrant and Luth Room trial w solicited. a27tf S. J. KJBHUT, NVITES the Ladles to call and examine her new and elegant assortment of Bonnets and Hats, FALL and WINTER MILLIN n all the latest Styles and Designs- i large assortment of Ribbons Velvets, fancy Goods, Bonneti and Halt trimmed to order at short nottee MRS. 8. J. BEEN, Opp dtv Hotel. J. F. POPHAM, POROUSED PLASTER Cares Backache, Lang Troubles Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, A trial will convince die most skeptical that they ice tlW They are medicated with capsi- cum and the active principle ol pttrolcnm, being far mqre powerful in their action Do not be induced to take others, hut be sure and thtt genuine which is always en- cloied in an envelope with tlio siRmtnre of Tlio P W P Co and diicctions in four languages; also ncil on front and back of each plaster. Sold by 6rst Uu druggists, at 15 cents each _   CORN PIASTERS Are the best known remedy forJlwlaud soft coma, (ail to eurc Pnce 35 ctnts WiePeleg White Proprietary. 113 W. Broadway, N.Y., Sr pF FIRST CLASS PRLGGIS1S. AND WORTHINGTON AND CO. a28-y Sole Ajzent-' for Annannlta, Md. WQBTHIHGTON CO, 109 Church Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. DKALEK8 IN mmm THILOR No. 37 Main Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. FIT NO PAY. f An eneraotlo MAN, i with to taw to opcre a branch of an established Baltimore House, in Annapolis city, for Anne Arundel County. iDdwemento great. N. T.." P. O. Box No. 431, Baltimore. Md. KNIT HAMMOCJtS. Adult sizes Children's sins Jl.ad. Made and sold by MBS. A. M DUFFY, 90 King George street, 2 doors belose v fry land Avenue Price 25 cento ny otail. Will be sold low on terms., six BUlLblN.G LOTS. 20x100 feet Apply to J. H. VAjfeANT, pi 57 Wyt lie to BfMi W He will nve TOO Good 'Work. and wtll a of double Mt Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, SPECIAL NOTICE! This store is f urnishecl with The Worlhington Prescrip- tion Counter and everything te make it a complete modern Pharmacy. Prescriptions compounded at all hours of the day and night by graduates of the Maryland College of Pharmacy moly WORTHINGTON AGO.. 10M CbUfd. 1857. ESTABLISHED. 1886. jos. S.M. BASIL, IN FWr' FAMILY SPEC! JfOTICE. will liuarllln thin coin ton adrart mento of %Vant4 For Rent, For Sale, I, kit. Found. Ac., not ixceedlng-foarllnB.. OjtjlB WEEK, or for 25 T IHEKE WA8 board at the Wilmot some old Alama TAKEN from an old c esidenee of Uie late Miss. MS8 ic an 1 two very lac andasnmU loather-co ed title unknown. T were valued for t er. If enclosed P. O. Uoi liO, tht r by the eirantiqultj bythepure i a wrapper and addrosse rill be thaakfully recei TO TJ IK PUBLIC. To Whom it Mi This is to ce: the herd of J composed of in Cancer n Fell 26, ify, That 1 have inspected K said r head of cows, and health DH. W II AYR. PRESS, oli iso i r Coat jito land and Uoliur Mould, .f foct long, fti for estabi) sh- of to M CAPI TAI. oflicu, with purlieu itud confldentiall SOL Tit I sale, cxclmn urty, or planted mud. Easy Ottlce. W Man as CA ey 17 and interest! j for e for on j or suburban p uoii-i esiUcLits. Oiubs ten is. Address 171 n energetic, pushing Yd an Apply by U-ttur t i ihe olllto ot 1'iu. KvtsiNO CAFITAL. A buc UEU and lull bred J jau W tf. WAJ.Tfc.D.-J uapitul, Ml Li- in Uiu ai Lock iu i Adjoining tho 1'a Bi'EUEU JJCKbKY C0W iEi CALK. to DK. Jb DUVAlL, bUte Librarian. ad y.d u. i'AUl'XEU, with a sr'iall iclp to ciarl a I blvW inj us ot tlnd ciiy. lid, Mu. 'uai-li ui .aard in Glassware, Wood Jin aDdWillow Ware. inttock thebwgwitUBeof KJERIES i the city, pnrchaae for f rom ttckeapaa they can buy them from thereby WTOIII VVauar, Comtor utes walK iroui JanJW-tf TO BUV UP 01 All puisous ha Lite lusuiuncu U JHtilllii pi emu HUU wuu u uiy to i li P. O. Box LKt. it not cuJ AO.il.NM OUI.UOI1 Cllitu A. Z.1M OUL tt pulley. c.ittl iua O n Hrstilortg piyu> 01 SALK. JP U bit audit Lt. TO haud l i sale ouu JUrlout ntw. Apply t bUsauiboai. whai cres t Xiaud, i m ot theiatrfjiajor olddliiga. IK. Jfcar Uuj vlyod tiulo Coiiaeru. iweucy iu- iuquiru ot U, ULl. IN ill. 14 jLOAiiiSii I-J-.AJ.N ik. Sut- f u t or lomino 'oiAcica on they iiiuutii lur uuy ol .11 u lost n ilio BUIIIU, win ap- J >OilUUlL St., M J. dl itd to ,iiuau, :iuu .o, aud um lu tui iif- TO ijfe on City Property oni; liOJLAAO i. jfaiuicrs iNuuoiiaJ stylisn tlAY MAKE, Jai, 'i. It. K HlltK__A TEAU. suiitbie tor oysturing. Will at a Imi'tfuiu or tt re itout ut a rcuauuabJw pt 20 foot Hi iT-l i It' ioll' l c quality ot I' tluuuius. 11UAI at A. f. ON. toot ot 1'riiu.o oeorgo Dwelling rooui, ho( der back bul back yards, cheap and on premises, Co door to E. C. 2-8tf FOIST ABLE AND eleven rooms and and cold water, cellar g, large hall, front 126 x 22 feet, will be ly terms. Apply on uit street extended, antt's cottage. W. H. 8MIT MANY PI at thlt fuffer Bacfc a uf CUBES RHEUHA by Utwigthecwf I l n the Back and BRBgUming CURES. nil Porrawl Kckty UNTY AND STATE. PRICE ONE CTJKT f. a 'i r t f V- JUAINT 'SPANISH CUSTOM. d Time of Sport. e who are acquainted with the cus- old1 Spanish towns in California .vhat jcascaronea are, and ato prob- luniliar with the ways of using the additipnal enjoyment they all dances where they are used, of our readers who are not well hi the mattei we will attempt to few words of explanation. origin of the custom of cascarone J ig is probabl f surrounded with as jxii suable mystery as the identity of Man in the ton Mask." It was it to Californi a by the early Span- i from M >xico, and up to with- Ji w years past it was an attractive of every ijjj tian hurial, hut an undertaker's t moment, which hu counts for n high fj profit and mare business, and on which he gazes with the sauie pride that n merchant has iu a handsomely displayed or window Then, after a pleafor funerals in church, and for the abolition of the seimon on the occasion, which, it says Is a lax upon the clergymen and "usually results in lower- ing him in his own estimation, and in making him ridiculous in the eyes of llibse r strongly urges, on sanitary grounds, a re- form in the matter of kissing the corpse. It plainly states that "every dead body is giving off elements of docay, and all who kiss the lips, as nearly all do, inhale these elements And not of decay only, but of disease. The germs of consumption, and j' of contagious diseases of all kinds and of erery type, are drawn into the lungs of the living from the dead, so that the dead become the messengers of .d'CHth to those whom they The opening of the coffin at the funeral, the public leave- taking of the custom of f having Sunday funerals, are also Inveigh- f: ed against in the same article. The "Chnittan in Ucuting upon this subject, culls attention to the uuwis- K dom of the persons in attendance at the burial being expected to stand around the grave in rain, mud, or snow, until the jj] grave is tilled up. And it asserts that there is no satisfactory reason why theboreavid "should have the added pain of listening to the sound of the earth as it is upon the coffin, why they and others if- should stand upon the damp earth ar in K the piercing wind bf'ttlntfcf, rfot of JJJ pneumonia, rheumatism, or other serious S disorder s" All of which very practical fi suggestions arc worthy of careful cousid 1, eration. And with them may be mendedthc article npon reform in custom of wearing mourning, which ap-i? pears in the February number of the'if from the pen of J. Tolina Cordial is the most strengthen glnand invigorating tonic now offered for cale for bilhous and malaria Isoniplalnts- Will prevent andcura chills, and fevers i :lypepsia. For by all druggists. o Elopement and Laroency. A man charged with running away his neighbor's wife was arrested and raigned before a negro justice of the peace, !ij a great black fellow, celebrated the negroes on account of his extensivejj learning, having during many years bean a servant in the family of a college feuor. j "Your said a- lawyer by the defense, "you cannot hold .Jhfcf man. There is no low under frbicb bp can be punished." "Well, alrter studyin' de statitres I con-i elude dat I mus' hoi' hioi on de obarge petit larcency. De stealln' o' de lady larceny, all theft U dat, an' pejiif larceny 'case petit little, an' de tariff1 what wuz stole to er little 'omaq, we'lt[ jet' hal' dje thief let wnjt de action of a tke dluuea i old liver. nost impottaot in pharmacy. We fMUor. ct i from tht belfeie Regulator to be pin faith npon If WecenW-persuade ia {II health Touch f of the benefit Qwttf. ry bole f i .bntwt nfnacylfc i ilMlirtlH among 'Ie all, later, readi 'f who !ii 1 e would wilUngl: :b woukl receive   

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