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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               EVENING VI.NO.9H. nil 110 Main St. opp. City Hotel. L'ir n-.n.in tit "f Toys and III' h t v. r Introcliireii in this 'unfiti i i 1 n n li ui'd Bohemian >K niuit I' I' "rs designs list Bdbj Cannes in Greaji Vailety I Dolls and Toys l.f.ttrv I- MIV" l'rl< I-H to -Milt every liikl l Annttpo t oiirMork of v u ,i 3 ur I'lst-where; ili'ttuHli.m L" -but it pleasure. Hntf llED, E, FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Street, DRY GOODS, Ware, Iflilldi oiuiib Piuit) Ifiroema and Goods lolillkmtlg. ik'Hl liriutiln of Sugar-Cured siioi 'nrgo of brtlware, and s, Earn ess, Harness and Trunk Straps, fits, Matting Oil Cloth, a gem nil assortment of Mt'n Immlifws. .0. E. FRANKLIN UO CHURCH STREET, ANNAPOLIS, MD. IM.L and WINTER iLLIN he lilies to c all and examine eltKa'it aasortraent of tyl, s and Designs of MRS S. ,T. REUN, Ci'v IfoteU ls-S. M. BASIL, 8 AN INDEPENDENT FAMILy TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF TI- POROUSED Cures Backache. BiseaseB, Rheamatisin, Be. A trial will convince the tnmt skeptical that they ire the They are medicated with cum u d the active principle of petroleum, being (ar mota powerful in thoir action ttianotlMrptatUra. Do not be Induced to take others, but be aure git the genuine which U alwajw en- closed In an envelope with tha dgniture of tha rroprietnn. The P. W. P. Co., in luur launuigct; alw leal on front and back of rar h plaster. by fint-elaa at cents each. _   CORN P1JA8TBB9 Are tha known remedy for hard and soft corns, and never fall to cure. Price 15 cents. MANUFACTURERS, i 113 W. Broadway, N. if., F. Of FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. AND WORTHINGTON AMD CO. s28-y Sole Agent" for Annapolis, Md. and SEVERN INN. This popular inn is now open io tha pub io and will keep on hand, George PRKTJITJM BEKK, WINES AND LIQUORS. Choice Clgara, always on hand. Cor. Wag-ner Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRCHGESSNER -Prop'r. TXZXS CAPITAL HOtTSE to., FBIDAY EVENING, MABCH li 5LLING OUT ffllBE ST8CK loots, Hats. Caps. Gents'Furnishing Goods S 'S .08 Main St. Must Be Closed Out in 30 Days to Remove to Baltimore. Look Ouf for Bargains I sold early if you want these goods will be gardless of cost. Flower Seed! LAMGE VABIETIE S AT THE IIAL IVOTICI __________ ..In thin colnmn ad mestto of for Bent, ForSaU n t WEEK, or le for 85 Cento. Farm. THERE W, board at t Wllmot some were valued er, If enclo P. O. Box 181, by the. owner. VOIf, A flni W with young Calf by 11 sell le. J HN O. HEKOLD, Go S TAKEN from an e residence of the late 1 1 d and two v Alai anaeandasmaHleaUMrfjpoye >veroff: title unknown. their antiquit) by the in a wrapper ana add toy -will bo thankfully OK TO THE PUBLIC To Whom it This Is to c the herd of J composed of m them all in g< od health. f26-lw] W edBUSI dress, "M" and oonfldentlt ANNAPOMS, Feh. 26 Tay Concern rtify, That I haveinsffectc D. SM our head of cows, a DR. W H. W ANTED t i Buy, for cash, eomeos JESS, of to ofllce, with part ly. SOUTH andinterc sale; oxchi ige for city or suburbai erty, or plantei med. Easy u Office. WANTED ManlasC Apply by lette CAPITAL. FC A fine RE( and full-bred Jan 27-tf. WANTED.- capital, MILL in the Lock Box 228, TOP non-residents. Clu ms. Address ELMEII.J th I Iw. An energetic, pushing VNVA33EU and COLL to the ofllce of TUB E a K ISTERED JERSEY JERSEY CALF. A DR. E. P. DUV State Lib ryol her Iflnj 1AT COUNTY AND STA 'i 1 1 ITAL i __ DIM A. liar 19tf pft, PrpI i foi A PAKTNBB. with a help to ctart a STEAM; u bur to of city. .nnapolis, Md. ien Seed' FBESH REL 36 CIT.YDBUG STORE HARDY Now is the Time to Order Roses t< planted in March. CHEAP CHR- SPENGLEB, Proprietor, f East St. and ANNAPOLIS, MD. 4 (t If   DO PLUMBING AGASFITTiNG Also Garden and Yard Hose Furnished at short cheap lor 1 Work done in a most practical workmsLilike man' or at lott satisfaction guaranteed. Spedal atteaOoa paid to Hydrant and Lnth Hi om Atrialtosolldijed. .KINDLING deUre ia larteor ityof quantil SAWED and SPLIT to f ami lies fret of eh irfft, ts ken on the waKon prompt Iv attended to, DUVAi SOW, West Strai t ratw, and a27tf Doctor Sts, 2i6 INNAPOLIS. MD. WORTHin CO, I 9 Church Street', MD. IM Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, V SPECIAL NOTICE I Ths The tion is f with Worthington Prwcrip- Conner and everything modem Phiarinacy. allBonraU the day and night by graduates of the Maryland College of Pharmacy mSij Just rec 36 'C TO BUYTJPt JTSTANU1NO 'ANCE POlT HBNT AH persons hiring Life foBur been paying P and who to No, 1 P. d. Box 168. agent for the ived at the TY DRUG STOfeEi LIFEINSUU! ICIES ON THE ENUOW- I UF TONTINE PLAN. Endowment or Policies on which thoj emiums for any nuiutl csire to sol I the same, wl KICHAKD G. ELLIOTT! Conduit St., Annapolis, f itiut AGAINST Ft, If not call onceon CHAB, "Uennaoia" In urance Companies, _ out a policy. itisfaetory Surms tx> all i erg. Special in lucements to large Insur moii On first Hor Apply to first Hort agro on City Property J, HOLANO pp. Farmers National SALU. SALE TEAU, gu at a bargain or Apply at TO I.OAX. A stylish BAY MARE, Enquire of T. U. rodKOi OB 20 foot table for oystenng. Wai ire It out at a reasonable f PITAI, Olflce. OOTICK TQ bar on hand m excellent quality LOMUEHfort ysterUake Handles, one U-foo HOW BOAT at new. Apply o A. P. EKLAND ONt; Steamboat foot of Prince George IFO: A. CBMFOBTAB1.B AND Schema of CsUogo peculiar varieties of insane peoplls interesting Bometimeqaa they ax> bio. In a car the other right I talkel a man who proposes t4 make iocc- in Chicago aa easyias standin; which is easier to eoma people rolling off a log." Hjafa going t) two m each' street, eoc i fill the atroet to fthe center- covering the entire etreei. two platforms are to be on rollen, arp to be aet in motion, pno runnin way, the other tbo other. For exaoc tho sidewallt on the aide (f street is to run westj and Hiat o i south side is to run east.' If a pereo i es to go west on that (treat he has to step upon the eidewnlk and stand _ It will take him ther4; and as the [c walk goes to the middle pof the street In is as well as persons will be carried t along. Tho poor man BO serious t it all and was BO confltfent that lib going to carry out his scheme that PRICE C NB 1 not the heart to ask him to manage it at street ntersectionf probably if I had ho ft Convenient Dwelling AN LOT IN FEE. eleven rooms and _ room, IK and cold water, cell der hack bull ing; large hall; front back yards; 1 1126 x 22 feet, will be cheap and on sasy terms. Apply onil tb Coi duit street extended, door to E. C. iantt'e cottage. S-8tf W. H. INFORMATK COBES m, PHOT sickly! CW s ts gtoptal PUVMBL. dump, JUKL i A iod a scheme on me full; i the one he had alread; would hav Icr if tho man who fin t thought long bel ore the prac thing which we now was thought News. the tele insane, too Bokliarmn Slavery Aba Halted, recent number of Tho Pravitelstv Vyestnik, pubUshed it St. Peters announces tho issue of a decree set free the whole of the e laves in th ate of Bokhara. The movomcn h has thus happily culn inatcd in >rtant stroke for civilization in ccn Asia began in f 873, in how ho wa as practice detailed. which ate Emir Seid Musaf ar n ade a pledg  tied untouched his eCE  sort, i She assonkWe at her them for a "candy to the summons, thtacai meantime their wretinod __. been, on a vam acorch fot i sees. Jt came very I; y pasty with "poll1 a brilliant British maid, Ijdiotryapaint shop, slio went, and camp! bond in iph Trith her jug of tuca ic new state department 150 rooms, new war deprrtment cost f The at ted ac- came, but hostees a gotten of behg left out, atWaeling- 173 rooms, fcuflduig; hca ae long iron bridge at Bismnrrlf, D V., rorttmcts and eleven B. 1..Goodnai DMGGIST P H ARM H A R M C Y H felrfJ.lt. tf fy the proprietor. Soda, Vichy a niraught. i f- DEMI A Senator Tho bald head of'Senator of Ml was frequentl f a majrk for tumor of the United E tatcs On day he seated himsel' smilingly at III desk. The house was i lectriflefl. for a curly, black wig cov< red his, patA. Mr. Hale and a specU :ommittcc to examine the credentials "o he youthful upstart who had assume Senator Foole's likenei s and chair1-." ator Foote rose up, anc convulsed the Senate ly quickly ng the wig and liangl ng it on his brella, with the motion en my part, wt der, despite my illustri iuq coljeage's committee is not necesiary." There was round of applause. Taxes in the IK [Uleiuttum. Col. Bob Injersoll tomes shall be made f Henry George, Col. I lob's present teach er in politics, wants to have nothing taxei I except the bare land. The Progressive Democrats, Ingertoll' and George's party, want all the land di vided up, so that euch bowiqg politely th ch is quite in or proposes that al ee i nan may have i Wme. Supposing that all these statesmen hav their way and attain t iclr purpose, an! that no taxes arc put anything but thi and, and all the land in put into homea and the homes are oil free from taxei then there will bconlysoae thing do. This will be to fall back 0n Horaci Greely's plan, arid pay oil the taxei out o the public To'fk Sun. Pomeroy's Plaster. tf jrot once give it a triai you! will nete'r be with out the above valuabM article. It is no questionable superior f other plait< Sold by druggists ani Worfhington lisTM4. A Too-Smart A plain, old-fashlonetl adver Used for "a male saleHrnnn at a! small ral ary." In response thereto a smart man called. "At what salary will! you aaket the old man without from Uh chair. I "I will stay with TwU for M2i per an num." i "Per annum? Whati'do you mean j "Ob, that is businew talk, "'it's Lntfaj! and means a year." l i "Well I guess I don't want jfou, man. I want one who wJlll all platt English, and the plainest kind Of English I have no Latin State Journal. and FEVER and AOUB Reliable safe and efficient. Prl< e 50 ceitte per botl tie. For 0alo by ail Druggiats. OnKAU Peace Hlijl long since Gam DeSmlth took t stroll through the Austin fcraveyard If ben be came out of jthe graveyard hi looked very serious. Oilhooly meeting asked', what wai the matter. "Nothing, only I w i tninkiag that th< Austip husbaad must light all Ctie (fires h morning." "What makes you thjlak soft "Well, I see so manjf of then Are burn ad to deatb. I on tbr le or foUi tombstonee. 'Peace Ttrat Biftingi. Opinion of a Leafing I almost the diseases that aflnct is from Infancy old age have their orb n in a llsorder Hver. 4 really good S er medl cine is t! most Important to tb whok range pharmacy. VTe belie Sitai Liv; Regulator to be the bet them We pin mm faith upon ,he datar, if we could persuade sty reac er who...., in ill health to Bay U, re wool 1 willingtvu vouch for the benefit ei :h would Cincinnati Oacef Don't W-it all day in a Barber Shop t f. T.   

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