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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               I i EVENING AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NICHOLS' illlil 'AM 80 Mam St. opp City Hotel. iv i in ft msnrtriH nt "f Toys and v v< r introiliM in this ,vr 1 n IK Ii unil HoheitiJan of the m at d< ll  ilci ii prues to suit every inly Invlttiln of Annapo MjininllHnil IUHJHI I our stock of Goodl ur sin w a Rtminiti'! tin niiiii' timl e H H Nl( HOI.S, Mi MM In Ht opp t itv (ED. E, FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Street, DhAlkK IN DRY GOODS, NOT1O3STS., Glass and te Ware GroceneA and Canned Goodz of ill kiuilff Best Bran-la of Sugar-Cured NIIOI'LUKRS Also a 'nrge iiaflorfueBt of atitl lural Implements. Saddles, Harness, Harness and Trunk Straps, Carpets, Matting Oil Cloth, a Central assortment of Merchandise. GEO. B. FKANKL1N CO., UO CIIU11CH STREET, ANNAPOLIS, MD. FALL arufwTwTER MILLIN 1 a. j. the Ladles to rail and examine ami elegant assortment of and and Designs. of Ribboae MR8 S. J REHN, Oltv ESTiBLISHED. 1886. ___ JOS.S. M. BASIL. DKALEB IS MSB M r t JOURNAL-DEVOTED ANKAPOUS, SATUKOA Y ETBNING, MAKO {SELLING OUT POROUSED PLASTER Cares Backache, irang troubles Kidney Biswases, Rheumatism, Etc. A trial will convince the most skeptical tint they are the best 1 hey art medicated cum and the active principle of petroleum, being fnr more powerful in tlulr action than other pUHm. Mo nut induced to take othen. but be tun fit the genuine which ii always nt> cloicd in an envelope with the tipi'tun of proprietors. The P W P Co.. and directioM In four languages, also seal on front and back of each plaster. Sold by druggists, at 15 cents each. CORN PLASTERS Art the best known remedy for hard and soft corn, never fall to cure. cenU. Peleg White Proprietary THE EiTIBE STOCK THE BEST INTERESTS OF [IE Ls> Hfl Ciothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ce its'furnishing Goods 108 Main St. Ma it Be Closed Oat in 30 Days to Remove to Baltimore. Look Out for Bargains MAHUrACTUIIMtS, 113 W. Broadway, N. F. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. AHD WORTHINGTON AHD CO. a28-y Sole Ajtent" for AnnaoolU, Md. SEVERN INN. popular inn is now open to the pub io and will keep on band, George Gimilier's BEER, WINES AND Choice always on hand. Cor. Wagner Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, HENRY KIRCHGESSNBB_- CAPITAL'HDTJSE lager Beer aid Wioe Salooo, GHR. SPEHGLEH, Proprietor, Cor. East St. and State Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. fee Beer Brssusjaii. flgtTThe Bar is supplied at all times with the best Liquors and Cigars Board aud Lodging by the day. or month, at moderate fates. A Lunch furnished at any A first class house in all respects. 6jl sol l! early if you (want these goods wfll be regatraless of cost. Seed! VARIE 1IES AT THE DKUG STORE NQW is the Time to Order to be planted in Marc Seidewitz Gatheldral Doctor 211 lANNAPOLfS, MD. ioses >ts, JOHN JOHNSON. i (Near the Poet Office.) IS PBKPAUJBD TO DO PLUMBING FITTING 1 Mm sill Ita BrtWehm. Also Garden Yard Hose Furninhed at short'notice, cheap for cafh. Work done in a practical ud man' cr at mttw, and guaraoteed. Special attention (mid to Hydrant and 14th Boom Atrfal kralicited. a27tf IORTHINGTON CO, Church Street, ASfNAPOLIS, MD. OBALBB8 IN Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, KINDLING WOOD. .QUAHT1TIBS. SON, We mm prepared to eliver in larjeor quantities, the txet quality of SAWEIi and SlflJT WOO1> to families of charge, taken on the wagon prompt- ly attended to. DTJVAL SON, Xmf. Strict Bxteaded. n. SPECIAL NOTICE t I I rHERE FAS TAKEN from board the residence of the late Wilmot son J old MSS. and two i araanao and a small ed 9 coveroff: title unknown werevaluet for their antiquitj by the or. Ifenou led In a wrapper ana add O. Box II they will be thankfully) bytheowm [j Tbia utoreis with i 'WortMngton Prescri everythin make it a complete compounded >y graduates of the bllege of Pharmacy VJrOBTHINGTOS A 100 MPI HQTI4 r___ID thin column For Rent. Fnr i not for A test sailing CAT -In first class or" atthis ofltca Farm. TC To Whom This is tw herd compose! hem all f26-lw] TIIK PIT.BE.I4 ANrfAPOLIS, Fell. I t May Concern: i certify, That I have J. D. BAYFIELD-J-lii f four head of good health. I DR. VT W PANT dress. "M and confld erty, or pi med. Easy Office. -OttlUA-Lands and infj Change for city or subu ted foruon-resltlents.l terms. Address EL) W ANT Apply by CAPITAL. Man sCANVAi A fine sad f ull- jan.27-tf EOK HA.L, EQISTERBO JERS] ieff JERSEY CALF., DR. E. P. Dl State 'ANT cap HILL In e suburbs of tbis lock Box 28, Annapolis, Md. W -A PAKTNEK, Wit il, to help to ctart a citjj. G FRES i AXD KEL! Just TO BUT ANCB M All] been pay; years and ply to P.O. Bo RKX agent for "Garmani out a poll ata Apply NOMC on LUHUEt sate now. A Steamboi premisei door to'. 8-8tf FOB COW with young Calf 1 'Will sell masona 'te. JOHN O. HEHOLD, to Buy, for cash. SOL SIN ESS. of to CAPITAL office, with tially. oner; BUU, pusn er to the office of Tu rden br TAlj COUNTY AN6 STATE, i L887. .M! iceived at the CITY DRUG P OUTSTANDING _ POLICIES ON THE NT TONTINE P.LAS is baring Endowment J pew 11 Insu ace Policies on which i premiums for any ho desire to sell the sa KICUAKD Q. EL o, 11 Conduit St., Annja; they INSURKO AOAIM A If notfcallat onceon CHAS, A. e "Uoutlnentali" Insurance Ckimpanle Hatisfactory terms ere. Spei al inducements to largo ILCHEKG DOGS TO HUNT. i Valuable Hlnte from fc TrsUnei to the Breaking Breaking and tuitching Witt KY TO L first Utortgafre on City Propel Vf App 'to J, BOLAND BitALl Opp. Farmers Natloi >B 8 LK OB 20 TEA 7, suitable for oystertnjrj barge nor hire It out at are ilyat 'n CAPITAL Office. TO OYSTKKMEN.- nd an excellent qualij or Oyster Kake fiandli foot UOW BOAT at ly to A. P. BttLANf wharf, foot of Prince A COMFORTABLE AHX ftCotvenient Dwel AND LOT IN N8 eleven rooms _ hot and cold water, derhact building; large hall; backya i eili s; lot 126 x 22 feet, cheap ai i on easy terms." Conduit street C. Oantt'a cottage. dogs'dp re- ieve and point and for general sport- g sen ices is a regular says e New York Mail and and as uch care has to he to it, us to e management of j onnc and valna- e horses. A dog trainer was seen rw- ntly by a reporter and lie explained >e whole process, He feaid the work ticld and covert spaniels differs but ightly, and therefore! the general will apply to both. If a paniel is intended to retrieve, the very rst lessons en to him when lie is oung should be to teach him to carry, mie people break a spaniel on game rst and expect them to bike naturally in after-life. Some-dogs but m.in> do not, nnd en the who do woi-k cry lijully in that re- generally mouthing thpir game readfully, and not iiifwjquenltly bring- ig it to hand in a woeful rcu- [cring it unfit lor the table. Yet some icn call that dog a retries ing spaniel. have often had fifty spaniels sent my kennels on train- but half a M> were ,ir retrieveis. The IcMt wiid about lie others the better. I shall tell you Bully about teaching to retrieve, be- ause it is a special branch of canine ducation, and it will require a somo- i hat lengthy explanation. When con- rmcd in not getting away from the ye of the master, and it is surprising o note how well-broken al- raj s keep their eyes on the gun, the oung dog should be entered to fur, nd the best plan that I know is, to i.ive a lot of rabbits let loose in front if him by a confederate, but; the dog nust have the check-rope onl as he is i nre to try to have a go at them soon- r or later. A gun may also be tired i low and then to see if tjie double temp- 1 ation of fire nnd gnu will lead him i stray. Practically, however, not one iil i overt spaniel hi w thousand drops to fun and lire. Most arc veil satisfied if the dog de-.Nts rom go'iig more than a two, >r if he stands still wftcn the gun is ired. I have seen some of the best logs in covert, and I have er ob- served an> thing of the sort. It should be borne in mind that ty doeq not mat- er what the breed or of the may be, them perfectly takes nst as much trouble. All! if broken logs were only sold by the or by lie square inch, then I cotild under- itand that a pointer or should 'etch more moiiej than a or a ussex, and especiallj a cocker. But hey are not MI sold, Jiuj.! ns i m ittt-r of {fact it would t ike just ns lot g to teach cocker to drop to hand, wing, lire, InOgefStmA JMA GOMRAL CU3ES the COMW1WHS JM coitHM. mm )7. A I BOOK Q te. VOfc and shoot, as it would to train the big- grot pointer or scttei' that ran. Therefore, why there should be such n discrepancy in rhcir prices, and in the estimation in wlfjcfi Jhp, aiV generallj held, one. of tiling j -which no one can nnder-.t.iiKl. I some men who will readily floO and and for a jiointer and setter, M'ho will not giic f lUor for a cocker, and expect him Co do ery- thing but talk, us the iiying is. I should .strongly Impress spaniel breakers with'tlie desirability of having the dogt> peifectly secjired in ,If xpjinicU get loose and fctart on a hunt by thciuscU PS when they aivj oung, biu-h vile habits MS will or be thoroughly eradicated. They wi 1 hunt after r.ib- bits, chase them to {rround, yapping all the while, and alto; :cther w5H 'get so fearfully and cjxeited :w to long for further of the same at an opportunity. A is an awful and anyone may take it for granted th.it he acquit ed the thiougii and allowed his libcitj, Miftiehow, without anyone watching- his cpudat-t. in covert should not I notice far. only drive for I it o or six yards. And HereTcotiies the" qWstion, should a spaniel be mute? J t n} he should not be quite mute, but keep on giving tongue. I Bke a dog to first open when he finds ifad pat ap, and thnt is all. A dog thi.t gives tongue noisily and y is useless, bat one absolute Ly mute in covert will not make y ju liave nil the fun, end iport you oiight to hs -p. I like a do to give me ttraruing i: possible, and fail to is some in assert, that it drives all gstoe awav, is simply nonsense. have oft >n in Che shot eight pliSiwants within a square of. say, nfu 4 ir sixty in furze and fern .and they were put up one the by a brace of cockers, 'irhu ca'.lwJ out when they nnd pat thcju up. Then found them if voices are so disturbing to game, as sohie people would make us believe, not' the six or seven uw-ij thcj heard the dogs talking i )t -imply non- Tnc f 111 (mmc nicn tret so fi. ff. DRUG6I upsets them, and ightesti happen[ then, tl ey scjold the heartily, jiust as f if it the fault. I know tthen a man r the dogs arc always ilJt fault, if notlho dogs it Tis th( i 'nun in tt or 'a bug bit tl Jem just on the or Mth3 ground, wh was or 'tlk'ireoiitsdonot 1 or whisky ovef-i and BO but it is generally jthe dois' fault! is never, bj any nuke, die sluiofc oh, dear, no. "Now, I say a dog opens on Hushing, ijloes of go because he drops ail phcopantH wit' hearing. Of i-oui-so. if yon do noi once heat our ground, they will inttuiiilly leasj that is experience. I have seen birds on move a mile ahead of lieatprs, but t! take dogs far coolly if they steady and well broken. In fact, to shooting in covert with beaten i; waste of good stuff, anil those ii wish to enjoy it railly an I truly she try dogs. I will Warrant they will x er resort to biped Iwsistaice.'" John Stuart M 111. Although 64 j e plexion w.is as pure and of a child. He hn d the x nooth, like skill and the si-aretih er hei' the (.'outineiit, h anil of a deep, (I blendei .mil aivlii'il, a H as rs of ti ge h eves 'bh row high in irked j mer tlilfe left CAB, he looi Inlijor of t forced its organs fresh at) i that on eUcrly meri were brJ his iought ml to cxten order to ni.iko mbre room. The f with itw and c.ilm features, full of simplicity j it Wax not cili, it Wiis indetd i ontiuiiully   and, notwithxl-iudii1 fo in, h nl left its u'asnithcr i Ol LKMI i DiiU i ili. in ho nut Im wdiv n.l> to cl.nl in hla< Iv uiiiiiiil in ni.iiix hib hut. dcsid, lie wife. s nj.uli' him i The old-fnnhli how iiidHlerei ii i- He i c ''.ipe band; in'gul th she had long fol No fuuliec of ntigligjl were a quii-t nobility aif' perwiiliMl bis fd i'uce. tiMrtu-who hud not MK woiks, it h.nc jin n -ii, .in i.   

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