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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland EVENING AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY TO MD., TUESDAY Y, COUNTY AND STATE. EKIKG, MAR TO 80 Mam St opp City Hotel. IK !ir "t l "f Toys and ,i, i r iiitrixlui in this cl ii Fn in li iiinl Bohemian of liil iti i nlnra nnd designs list Baby Caiuges in Great Variety, Dolls and Toys n I'tv Hi l tit prlicstosultevery tin of Annapo 'ml I" K t our slock of Goods before y 11 I i ir elsewhere;
as CANVASSEKand OC Iptter to the office of1 Til ircxu H REGISTERED JI red JERSEY CAl DR.E. r A PAHTNEH. cajttal, to help to Ptart a MILL in] the suburbs of tula Look Bo: 223, Annapolis, Md W wii Flower Seed! LARGE VARIETIES G 35 AT THE CITY DRUG STORE FKES m AND RE Jnsl received at the HARDI ROSES, Now is the Time to Order Roses to be planted in March. CHEAP Seidewitz'S i r Cathedral Doctor Sts, 816 ANNAPOLIS, MD. iHHira co, 109 Church Street, ANNAPOUS, MD. OBALXB8 IN Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, SPECIAL NOTICE I This atom is famished with PrMOiip- Uon and eTerything neoaesmry to nwke ii m oomiflftte modem Phaftnaoy. v T ,A- "PreaaiptionB 3-6 TO BUV ANC1 A, O. Bo 1B2.) arden S< CITY UPOUTSTANDINGlLrflB i POLICIES ON EpfOO ENT OF TONTINE .per ons baring: Endowment r T Life fnsi ranee Policies on wl ich the been pay og premiums for aiy years an U IN8UKED AGAJt If no call at onceon ____ Insurance Companies outapolfcy. Satisfactory ten is ers. Special inducements to Itu ge o- OKU XE. at Apply at JOTICP on sate one now. AL. Steamboi KV TO I Mortgage on City P iy to J, ItOLANU B Opp. Farmers N -A stylish Md HARNESS. XB OK suitable for oygtorlngrj atabarp inorhiroitoutatareHso til CAPITAL Office. urdbf Ts. TO __and an excellent quail LUMBB1 for Oyster Hake Handli J-root BOW UOAT it ply to A. P. EKLAN __ wharf, foot of Prlncp Cr f Those who each pass the Plioa d'Jena look with surprtoo atan enormous construction slowly tmildmg in northern angle of the This un- mensa edifice, anppoaed by some to be a hospital, by others a is Hie (utoro Museum of Musee between thexa and York Sonu PJf Hf A R M A a. 1. Goadaaa DRUGGfST fmarn PmartpOoMt Soda, itontl) on and Mark Hotel. Having lately opened a hashery, I you ttose, my mips and regulation This house wlllbe considered strict temperate. tin None but the brave deserve the fafi Persons owing bills for board bored for bills. i Boarders who do not wish to pay ij I'm vance are requested to advance Boarders are expected to wait oi colored meals. 'i !j Sheets will be nightly changed, jfB to- six months or more, If necessary. Single men and their families be boarded. Nightmare hired out at reasonable ii Snore valves will be furnished nit boarders. If you are suffering with rheum neuralgia get a bottle of Hopkin's J fie from your dfkggist and dealers ally. Price 50 cents. They Were Not ReaponafhteJj A story Is told of a groceryman cijj the shrewd'old Yankee stock occasions, was surprised to find money in his sugar. Where it came] was a mystery It may have been Iff by slaves for a purpose, but for wi! would be hard to say. The stcreki! being too conscientious to keep the B without-trying to find no owner, ant! of en !ike- wise being very to give U tip, this plan to satisfy conscience and j the money. Going to the mercnaiif of whom be purchased the goods he whether they were responsible toff] sticks and stones and things that the sugar. "No, was the reply, take the sugar Just as we receive H.jj .are not responsible for anything barrels." It is needless te sny tliiif the storekeeper did not press the matter! f Pomeroy't Pttroline. once give it a trial you will never out the above valuable article. It f questionable superior to any other pt! Bold by and agents, Annapolis, Md. Proof Was Sufficient you believe the spitylp the departed can cotuimiaicate the living? I have bad afo. prtfbf of it. "You don't say" "I suppose you know when I mtariq the present Mrs. Jinks she was a "Well, some time aftenfefgtf T want with a friend to see a mediums juit for the fun of the thing, you and as sure as I'm afve she gave me sage from my wife's first his "Oh. no'V "Did him or hear him "No, the mjflfiutt Just told me what he said." "Nottikase; then what proof have you that theilpora- was he was sorry for J. Smith, 46 Avenue. Otto best place to buy Watchee, Cloelst, Hvervare, 4; A well-known speaking; W i convention in Boston, also another law gassed, talked, up, preached everywhere; and that jj law of individual self control, makes a man his other men." reduction the taking off oi Proprietary Medicines, largely beaefittedT M reueri factures. the cento perdaaen, MS crane thestoeo these zvmedfe more medicine. Complaint, and
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