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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland EVENIN AN I I' INDEPENDENT FAMILY JOURNAL-DEVOTED TO THE BEST I MD., TUESDAY EVENTS Mam St opp City Hotel. T i K n t of 'I o) M unil i intr in IlilB l i i uiiil Bohemian jjabj Cauages in treat Variety, Dolls and Toys t l rl nr itu( k (if i ,M I i i i relink nV i t 1 ir Init u pleasure. I n irn Hi I pill' v, Sl( I10I.S FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Slreet, H K DRY GOODS, NOTlOoSTS, Giass and Stone and Canned Goods nl Hi k n Is of Sugar-Cared SH01 LIW Mm ft 'jriite u-gortnieat of fooU lural Saddles, Harness, Harness and Trunk Straps, topet; Matting Oil Cloth, rrihpr K ill n penur.xl aSHOrtuittnt oil Men E. FUANKL1X CO., MO CHURCH STREET, _ ANNAPOLIS, MD. FALL and H1LLIN s. j. 'In- to r all andexamine new ami int assortment of Boning and Hats, Designs. A'so 'f Ribbons Velvets, h. J Htv Hotel. 1886. M. BASIL, L IN IN FINK GROCERIES. JES C1CktKthu KM of fine ing the POROUSED PLASTER Go res Backache, Kidney Diseases. Rheumatism, Eta. (A trli! convnue tlio mnnt skeptical that tMoy ir" best I TC medicated with capsi- TI d the a roj ri( t irt, I he P W P Co. and directions in i ur Hngtugcs, also noil on front and back of tirhplistur bctd by first class druggists, at 15 cuits eich CORX PLASTBB8 Ara Ilir known remedy for hardand soft corns, ami never lail to ourc. Price >s cents. 113 W. Broadway, N. Y., V. S. OP IRST CLASS DRUGGISTS. AND WORTHINOTON AND CO. a28-y Sole Agent" for Annarvolla, Md. mid SEVERN INN. This populnr inn is now open 1o tbe pub io and will keep on hand, George unt tier's PKKMIUH BEBR, WlNES AND LlQUOBS. CUolee Cigars, always on hand. Cor. Wagner Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRCBGESSNER -Prop'r. THE CAPITAL HOUSE CHR. SPENGLER, Proprietor, Cor. East St. and State Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. Ice (old Brer Bar Is supplied all times wth the best VV ines, Liquors and Cigars Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, at moderate rates. A Lunch turuibhed at any time 'A first class house in all respects ojl JOHN JOHNSON, yland -A-veniie, (Near the Post Office.) IS PREPARED TO DO PLUM BING GAS FITTING fa mil Ito Also Garden and Yard Hose Furnished at short notice, cheap for eafh. Work done In a most practical MO workmvilike man cr at low rater, and satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention paid to Hydrant, and Luth Room work." A trial is solicited. a27tf KINDLING WOOD. SMALL QUANTITIES. Delivered Fvee BY DUVAI, West Street, SOK, We ate prepared to in large or quantitier the best y of SAWED and SPLTIJ to attended to. to families e "on the wrigtai DUVA "T" SELLING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, epls' Furnishing Goods S, 'S 108 Main St. Mupt Be Closed Out in 30 Days to Remove to Baltimore. Look Out for Bargains I early if you want Bargains, as these goods will be sold regardless of cost. Flower Seed! TIES AT T11K 85 CITYDHUG STORE HARDY CSOICEVMTIES-STECNHLANTS, i Now is the Time to Order Roses to be planted in March. CHEAP -AT Seidewitz'S Cathedral Doctor Sis, 216 ANNAPOLIS, JID. l WORTillNGTON CO, '__ 1Q9 Church Str ANNAPOLIS, MD. OKALBBS IN Drugs, Medicines] And Chemicals, SPECIAL NOTICE I This store is famished with The tion Worthington Preacri Counter and everything Prescripti necassary it a complete modern Pharmacy. >ns compounded all hours of the day and by the Maryland Golltge of Pbannacy at will In Pound, Ac., i it Un< WKEK, of 1. Mr for VK Cents. JUST OCT- scat WAC Prince oeorirt foot long- cheap. Apply Farm. W board at t Wilmot sonic AlaJuinR were valuud f< or. If enclose P. O. Dox 181, by tho owner. FOB I floe with j-ounf? Calf by h V ill soil niasmia -Ic. A; J UN U. IIEKOLD, Gdv 3 S T V K KN from rtn o e residence of tho laro M I Mub 4.c and tvfo v inacamlabmall leather title unknown, their unt Kftiit j by the pi in a wmppi r ami aildre ey will be thankfully a TO 'UK PUBLIC. Whom it This is to cLrtify the herd of composed of them all in g f26 Iw] WANTKn ed BUS drusg, "Al C. and confident! SOUTH VIA salo, o.xch orty, 01 plantu med. Easy t Office. Buy, f 01 cash, somfe esi to f-'.Ott ortku, with part and In tort we for cit} or suburban for uun-rcsiiletitH. .Clu ins. I A fine UE and full EltbE Y jan 27 tf. WANTfcO. capital. MILL in the Lock Uox FRESH Just rec 3-5 C TO BUY UP ANCE PO MEN All persona Life tnaurmii becu payuijf years -and wh d health DK W II) 188 sct niiapulis, Md. Oarleii See AND liELIAI ived at the :TY DRUG sire UTSTAND1NG Li UN THE EN DO .Ting Endowment o: Puiiciu.1 on which the for any nun lollesire to sell the Banio, w ilCiiAKO O. Conduit ht., Annapollt uruucu Com panics, ai tLiius tc al luceuiunte to lawe n su now av TO n flrst Mor We on City Property Apply top, UOLANU UKAOk, pp. Fariaera National SALF OR HIKK__A 20 ijpo table V at a bargain or lire it out at a reason ibl PiTALUiaco. OYSTEKMEJS.-I an excellent quality j itake Handles, KOW 110AI' at to A. P. EKLANU O whirf. foot of Prince Georg 9BIFOBTABLE AND Dwell A! D LOT IN FEE. Iw n eleven rooms a: t and cold large hall, fiton )t 128 x 22 feet, wil b terms Apply o dull s'reet extended, Guntt's cottage W. H. on easy tdmr Tnmbics. by e strengthening kll la the Umte. Bart >nd tucngtbCBlng Uic OUNTY AND PKICE ONE H largest volume of subterranean osphei-e with which we are acqaaint- is found in Mainmotb Cave, Ky. cave, or rather I hystem of caves, cry extensive, greatly exceeding other two notable caverns in our Luray of Virginia And Wynndott of Southern Indiana. passageways of Mammoth Cave a combined length of over 150 s, and their area covers hundreds :res. It is estimated that the entire me of atmosphere thus inclosed ex- s twelve million cubic yards. In underground world the ordinary ospheric changes are unkndwn, mer and winter are unknown, and heat of the sun never reaches its rokcn night- ike all our larger caverns, the tern- ture is alike at all times and sea- In the siimmei' there is a brisk vard current, having a temperature J3 to 64 This current is doubt- fed by certain leakages of air which r through the sinkholes, which dis- their moisture at certain points 10 cave sj stem. i the winter, there is a current of citing outward. This is not per- ed at a distance of one-fourth of a from the entrance. It depresses the thermometer a few and its effect upon the humid- >f the air is ideiit at the dibtance tree-fourths of a mile, or the first time hygrometric obser- ons have carefully made as to unique body of atmosphere. The ness of tho air has often been not- d, and the resultant niter beds were a matter of national impor- e dining the war of 1812. i the "Gothic several s underground, visitors have been t to deposit their cards, and these s o remained for years, fresh ew, save where moist finger prints i left behind them the germs of Id. Th rntuiu emi- i jut his audienc'e was fast asleep, madtematician settled down and three orurcoats mto< two expense R. I. Goodman DRUGGIST P Hi A R MA C H A R M A C Y by the proprietor. Soda, Vtehv and Rook draught. of In a serious burn soon as the fl is extinguished the clothes must bewfi moved. If not already thoroughly the injured pnrt should 1m dronchei with water and tho clothes cut Everything must be sacrificed to gels! ting them off without pulling, as thji slightest dragging brings the skin If patches of clothing adhere and wifi! not drop off they nrrist be allowed remain. Dip cloths in n thick solutio' of common baking soda in water an- lay them the burnt surface, bam aging lightly to keep them iu plu it is not wife for an unprofesslon person to meddle with them beth KobinAon in Good Si keeping. What, then, do these figures nnSii facts mean? la not the Bppareiijjs strength of the aitnanjcnisof JJuropeaf' nations a source of weakness which now working at tho foiuid.itann of tl: present of soeijst} upon the eo tinent? Is not onr apparent weakness very source of om Are we not strongiei expp; sive fortifications, nation, and oth< armaments than we should be if spent our force in constructing the: May not the time be near at ha when it shall no longer be lawful one generation to moitgngp the lahtfjj of the next by any national and pe haps by anj municipal debt? Wli pay as 3 ou tight becomes the rule, wif not war become almost impossible? May not the light got eminent cities be found iu more strictly Hmi' ing the power of cities or tow us to H cur debts? Has not the power of the riit_ which have plundered great been founded mainly in the abuse
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