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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland i t 1 -ISO DAILY. EXC 7, 1887 It Is Said, That Gen. Sherman is the most for in New York society the present season. ftrhat ft great many old girls rare masquerading season-as pretty fittle mountain maids. That spectators point to some in the fashionable, procession with cries of derision and scorn. That it mast cost some women 'Ifreafc'fcaciificfs to keep np with the fashionable procession. That certain New York women in Washington have exposed themselves to much criticism. That few people have much sympathy for the scandalous quarrels by actors and actresses. That there are some families who can live in the cheapest part of the city and be respected. That Worth must be happy, having secured Mrs. James Brown Potter's order for stage gowns. That many "old New York families" of to day have not resided in Gotham for half a en years. That two recent deaths are said by physicans to have been super- induced by excps'ive use of cigaretts. The fellow without a cold this changeable weather is like the Irishman's cow, "in a drove himself." "Onintoleo." THE CHEAT MALAUIA and FKVKR and AGUE REMEDY Reliable, and efficient. Price 50 cents per bot tie. For sale by all Druggists VtOETABU rABUTLBiS FAMILY MZOICIHE. 1l i Ii The of (lie ilU of the human body arliw from a illxt Liter. Kim- mons er u'the means of restoring more pciple to licaltb and happtnoHS by Ing them a healthy IJver tliun anj otln r ngcuey on earth HEK THAT YOP GET THK BARGAINS DRY GOODS NOTIONS' MEN AMD BOY'S Beady-Made Clothing, Also a specialty in Sailor Suits These goods are from fim class i wufacturers, in New York, aud 1 -ranted as represented. Come J see my Fall and Winter Hats, the latest styles at prices to suit j times. Remember, all my goods are and fresh from the wholesale -rkots of New York, Philadelphia id Baltimore, having disposed of all remaining stock from the late 3 MY ASSORTMENT OT rv Goods and Notions mil and complete, and will vom- o favorably with any house in the i have also for sale the celebrated PIVOT CORSET, expands and contracta with the ithiug, and yields to every move- mofthe wearer, conbtantly mak- it an easy and elegant fit. e the to call and examine L. H: REHN, or. Market and 8t AnQapolier, Md M. R. SHIELDS, OircZe Comhffl St. Particular attention paid to "Hail Shampooing, ors set and XttaranftMa to frtve i n, or no charge. -Cleanliness y m this shop. Give me a trial. i Hi A f C 1 f 103. S. M, BASIL DXALKBW TSOS and Coffees, Teas cannot beat 'i 11 Try them and I ii inced. v ENTER- tic tni'h in any at wf> JOS. S M BASIL, 2 2-ly JNo. y Market Space. PREPARE FOR WMER. Stoves, Baiiges and Heaters OF T1IK MOST MAKES. SON, 29 31 Main Street, ANNAPOLIS, Have in btoie aHSurtwenl of STOFES, HIKGES and HEiTEBS, Of tlie lest tir.d puticrns in market, whuli they tttc oilmng lo the public at ROCK BOTTOM PRIC ES. ace Heaters fieiaired and put in pcrfer t prdrr, and satisfaction guaranteed. Z-TJ Balto. Office 368 St., AnnaAlis Office tt Wfi-'the undersign generally, that we ha nanie of FRITTER the 'Lum in all its branches. stock of POPLAR, PI BRICKS, whiqh we preparec own mill and factory, can famish ordered w Mr. Win. McNasby, charge of the office in tn conducted'by him at jjresent. yonr liberal support. 420ly hereby info: formed a co-pd JcNASBY, fof t bar e will always c !LLO W AKU fE LUMBER, BLINDS to offer at very we are enabled to rk at very the well-known this city, in conq We A DELICIOl COFF A perfect blend of Privata Brand on Ja-a and Pure Arabian Mocha. GOFFE; Kepaned and put r erf cct order, and SHtlsfuction.gSaraut eed Also a large assortment of KITCHEN TINE WAR., Cli-spcr than1 ever, or M ill makej to or- der any desired tmnare ALSO PLUMBING In all its brandies done at short notice and bt low piices. mm We wake a specialty of tlrs br.mch of our business, in tLe way Raofiitf Spouting. Orders from the roimty receive prompt attention Call ani examine our stock before purchasing. We furnish all kinds of slings foy aud nnnacesa1 short notice. l W. H..F. SON, ytf. n Ma n atreot. AGENTS WANTED In every town to sell the SHANNON LETTERS BILL FILE Price, the t-Anon-SAvraa DKVICE i_r in vented THE COSMOPOLITAN Price, the best illustrated 1 o w- pncc la the world. It con- tains 64 pages and is brim lull of first- class short storiei, travels, adventures, scientific and liter- ary articles, by dis- tinguished lortiga and American vrnt- ers also entertain- inff JovEHiLS and invaluable HOUSB- Get SAMPLE COPY at NEWS .STAND or send 20 cts. to the Pt'BLisn- riNo.4AFne. BRS tor sane with Price fuH particulars. L75 In value for only CO. UalMHT riELB CO., lOCHBTEB, H. T. XBOHXT. GKO. Ho. 6 Nortli (Opposite the Howar Hontee, BALTIMORE, Wank Bootm ma le to order in any twf T Troth's Early. Yellow St. John, Mouutain Crawfonl Enriv, r tr Brandj wine, be Li.. 1! -m Also i claaa Oil in two-poi nd, air-tight tin cans. Never sold in bulk FOR BAM DY JOS. S. M.flASIL, Family Crokerer. 9 Market Space, So Annapolis. M TUB FINJJB Farmer i e Agent, w Cf W. Pratt St. 16th, 1888. and tbe pnblio under the firm fee of conducting less and assorted DOORS, 23, LATHES, ETC., Having our r competition and dealer will have ith the business stay and ask for FRITTER, MoNASBY. GHUDKR. ERB in iProuisions FRUITS, fail assortment of PRODUCE. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COWPANY. OKOAXIZKO IS Assets. i Surplus. A VINO paid d arlnir thekast 39 years ___ in Maryland, millions Cf dollars in Death Claims, Matured Endowments and Dividends, offers a first-Ciass Investment which, on Tontine Insuraru es settled for ten year periods, has paid cent. Compound InttreW larg Savings Bank rattsof Inte for such t me for 1 )thing. It has, in Annan carrl for 10 years for w. H. Belli J, M. Marshall at I num. By this plan you do not fa ive "to die' to but receive "the rewa In e in the land of the living For furtherinfonnation a y8-6mo. d of well do- ply to Acenl. For Annapo is and A. A Co >ver five per ly exceeding with In- xl Insurance and the late per an- OMIUUIAE, INSTALLMENT HOUSE! No. 11 Main St., Annapolis. The cheapest place in Ann pojs to buy HTJRE, Carpets, Cil Cloth BED-COM i'ORTS, JSasy Stoves, Hears And everything needed WM. tiae Honae- fASBT, lia. lid "W. CHRPEHTER no buiiDER icsideace OB larkjt Strwt, (Shop in tbe rear of f Residence ASNAPOLIB, Address U SV. Hirgarett's P. O.. A, A, Co; Ketimates and plans tbe latest R-cnitecturx! d lowest cost Alterations of ail kiode lished IJT s, at t e an-1 improve- conform to..... modeta desifpied boildinip. jngtf i
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