Annapolis Capital, March 14, 1887

Annapolis Capital

March 14, 1887

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Issue date: Monday, March 14, 1887

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland 100. FM (I liOXJSE, Mam St. opp City Hotel. milF m- I "f ,r in tbin 1 1-1 1 K h ,u (I UoluMiilan nfB. t i md d( signs h Great Variety Dolls and Toys tn at i 11 Designs. S. J REIIN, OOP Cltv Hold. ESTABLISHED. 1886. BKTAlfc. MTfiASIL, AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY TO THE BEST ANNAPOLIS] MD., MONDAY EVENTN Eares Backache, Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, Etc A trlil will convince the tkeptical that tin y.irr the best Tln-y aru medicated capsi- CHIP and the ncttve of petroleum, being fir morn powerful in tlioirait'on than other plasters. Do nut induced to take others, but be lure and p t the genuine which fai always en- do in an with tlm slgniture of tho propn tnrv Tlir P W.I' Co, and In languagiis, seal on front and back of cicft plaster. Sold by firat class drugy-iti, at if cento each COUJf tho bcit known remedy for hard and soft coma, and never fall to cure. Price- 5 cents. ite Proprietary to. MANUFACTURERS, 113 W. Broadway, K. T., f 8. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. AKD WORTHINGTON AWD CO. A cent' for Annaoolla, Md. SEVERN INN. This popular inn Is now open (o the pub io and will keep on hand, George Huniher'a PREMIUM BfcER, WINES AND LIQUORS. Choice always on hand. Cor. Wagner Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRC3GESSHEH _- CAPITAL "HOUSE Lager Becr and Windata, CDR. SPENGLER, Proprietor, Cor. East St. and Slate Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. MSiteKB Wff t.. mm the Ice Beer Bar is supplied at all times with the best W ints, Liquors snd Cigars Board ai.d Lodxina by the day, or month, at rates. A Lunch furnished at any time A first class house in all respects. ojl SELLING OUT E ENTIRE STOCK Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Flats, Caps, Us'Furnishing Us 'S 108 Main St. Mast Be Closed Out in 30 Days tp Remove to Baltimore. k Out for Bargains 1 Lob early if you want Bargains, as these goods will be soldi regardless of cost. jJdii F lower Seed! LAKGE VAKIE TIES AT THK 35 CITY DRUG STORE HARDY ROSES, is Time to Order Roses to be planted in March. CHEAP Seidewitz9 S Cathedral Doctor Sts, 216 ANNAPOLIS, MD. JOHN JOHNSON, (Near the Post Qffice.) IS rRKPAKBD TO DO FITTING all IU Also Garden and Yard Hose Fdrnished at short notice, cheap for cash. Work done in R most practical aad workmanlike man- cr tov rater, -and satisfaction guaranteed, flbecial attention paid to Hydrant and Lattf Room Atriallseolicited. KINDLING iltfOOD. IK LARGE SMALL to dotivetin large or the best (quality of SAWED and SPLIT WOOD to families free of charge, >uleiv t ikcnon tho wagon prorapt- i) led to DUVAL SO X West Eitonded. 8P1CIAL Will ll of W Found, Ac., WEEK, or JUST OV1 soatWA Prince iieor, F-OB 8AL1 fdet Ion cheap. App Farm, THKHE TAKEN from an board a tho residence of tho late Wllmotbom om MSS. and two A unanao aiuiasmnll k-nth eil cover off- title unknowi wore valued or their antiquitj by the or. If encloi nl in a wrapper nail P. O. Box 181 they will be thankfully by the ownei TO To Whom i This ia tr the herd of composed c them all in f26 IwJ WANTKI cd IIU dress. "M" and couflJcn iQOUTH Fl O salo; cx( erty, or plan moil. Easy Otttce. A flnoR and full br jan.27 tf. capita HILL in th Lock 109 Church Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. DBALEBS 4N Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, SPECIAL NOTICE 1 This store is furoiahed with Tho Worthington Prescrip- tion Counter and everything neo Msary p make it complete modern Pharmacy. tions compounded at all hours uf the day and night by graduates of the Maryland College of Pharmacy Ga FRESI Just 35 TO BUY U ANt'E t MB1 All porson Life fnsuru been payuitJ years aud w ply to Not UUVV IJUAl' at to A. P. KULANU harf. foot of Priaoe G COUNTY AND STA-'E. AFIT 87. The Nawtch-GIrls' toaaoe. had been wondering i whether mn [portunity to see this famous dance occur during my tour through iia, and so when four five of the tiest.of these dusky danisols ed around me, smiled at me COMFORTABLE AND enient Dwelli IN IS eleven rooms a hot and cold water, c ilding, large hall. f. lot 126 x 22 feet, wil n easy terms. Apply c onduit street 1 Gantt's cottage. W. H. COSOiAL CUBES In the Limbs. GJSWAL FwxUlirouch Utepropn- COBC1AL CU8ES angles, is worn about the head and fioulders in the same indescribably raceful manner as the of the .nish senorita. Raising a portion this aloft in the and kecp- g the "fan" intact with; the the ncers twirl around and change posi- ons with each other, their sunple lig- absuming a ariety of iful motions and postures from' me to time. Now they imitate the nral movements of a serpent, climb- g around and upward on an imagi- ary polo; again they asgumift a charm- ig posture, their dubkyi in seeming t coqudtry be- ind the muslin mantle, the large red in waved gently to and fro, the feet Ijnmoving, but the undutatiug motions f the .body and the of the jinlis sufficing to jingle Hie tiny ankle fj Stevens, 'l'w Losivn Her. ma. ________ Two 'ancient Egyptian berfnnjies hare een reconstituted throhgh the x esearch- 3 of a young French professors; Lyons, rho has devoted himself to c tudying Egyptian sculpture and the giants of "le Nile valley. By hunting through le papyrus texts and tie insc riptions In the walls of the tenple lavatories p has found the recipes! for ths manu- ire-of aud "kyiihL" rhefor- was a temple used to noint the statue of theEiyptlan Venus. was more impprtant, and bo- being used at boiao for the rites of and Senipis. was into and Home i of Igypt, It U value f nc the as wjwe the klwt with the ce and with anld the it was to t..e _ i Cheap liniments are not always the beit. fry Ilopkiu's Antalgif tyt rheumatism or kura'gia. Trice 50 u I t B. I. Goodnin DRUGGIST _'he authors of he Century Lhicoln thus refer tn Lincoln's ___, from becoming a resident under Washington dovernmer after his >nal teem bad pired: "It was in Uiis way that A ham Lincoln mot afid escaped one tlie greatest dangers of Uis life, after days he recognized Uie error Itad committed, and congratulated hi: self upon the happy deliverance he h; obtained through no merit of his otv loss of at four years of t active pursuit of hip profession woi have been Irreparable, leaving out view the strong probability that t! singular chjtuiu of life men who have a passion for politij might, have kept him there forever, has been said that at residence in W; ington leaves no man precisely as found him. This ip an axiom whiA may bo applied to most cities in a sense, tut it is trua in a peculn degree of our capital. To the men wl come there from small rural crmmui ;j ties in the South and the West, tl f bustle and stir, tho intellectual raov rueut, such as it is, tlie ordinary jects of conversation, of such vast greater importance anything th have previously known, tho daily ai hourly combats oil tho floor of bo houses, thu intrigue and tlie stru of office-hunting, which interest vii numbers oflloc-seckors, superior piquancy and interest of scandal which is talked at a siuiml over that whi seasons the dull days tit a villrfgc-i this gives' a savor to life Washington, the memory of whi doubles tho tedium of the sequcsteri! vale (o which the beaten legislator ijfj turns when his briof hour of glory over. It is this which brings to State Department, pftcr every gcnei election, that crowd of specters, wif their bales of fro i pitying colleagues wlio have Ixien iji elected, whose f down tlie whole gamut of 1 from St. James to St. Paul of Loanilf and of whom at tlie last it must said, as Mr, Evarts once said after unusually heavy day, "Many calk but few chosen." Of thos6 who don achievp the ruinous sucrdss of goit abroad to consulates that will not their board, or missions i where th only avoid daily shame by hiding thu. ;

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