Annapolis Capital, March 16, 1887

Annapolis Capital

March 16, 1887

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 16, 1887

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland EOTNGri AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY JOURNAL-DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MDL, WEDNESDAY EVEKTXG, M I r M Are bc't knoxvn remedy for hard and soft corns, nnd never fall to cure Price 15 cents leg While Proprietary (to. MANUFACTURERS, 113 W. Y., V. S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. AND WORTHINOTON CO. a28-y S'ole ARont- for Annanollfl, Ml. anil SEVERN INN. Thin popular inn is now open to the pub lo auii will keep on hand, George d nut tier's PKKMIUM BEER, AND LIQUORS. Choice Cigars, on band. Cor. Wagner Hanover StreetSj ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRCBGESSNER CAPITAL "HOUSE Lager Beer ami Wine Saloon, CHR. SPEHGLER, Proprietor, Cor. Mast St. and State Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. old Hovr B Bar is supplied at all times the host incs, Liquors and Cigars ijoanl and by the day, or iimntti, at luotlarate rates A Lunch turiii-ohpii anv titue class use in all 5jl JOHN JOHNSON, jVtarvlaiid Avenue, (Kear the Post Offce.) Pig PBKpAnBn TO DO PLUM BING Q4S FITTiNQ Ita BraBehca. Also Garden and Yard JBbse Furnished at short notice, cheap for Work done in a moat practical wan er at rater, ttti satiatacUon eaarantced. Special attention paid to and LnthlRoom A trial is solicited. KINDLING WOOD. f- T DUVAl> West Street We aro prepared to qvaattltoa, best t SPUIE WOO1> to ak and Pine Wood ick, and prepared dling Wood- jos. s. M. BASIL, V v M-jrknt trifle mm co 109 Church Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. DSALB88 IN Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals; SPEC III, WOTIC'l We will Ini ofWi Pound. WKKK. or I N No. 10, 8 their Hail incus of luipo lance. pro toin. FOR I V convenie it r (having si; alioa lanre yi '1, in a pleasant looslity to a reliable t nant Applyto.lvo Vt.U or at 1'ubllc School b 31 Oloucestor UiHOUSESFORI tlfullv Ux-atei! rooms each, ranired; gootl pump of pure running: iilorw flno cmy. Will be sold chi ip, on other dosirulj 313 TUST Ol'T- for sale np, a -A fast sallins C feet long -in i..a.ssorUoi attlyd gilieu. roil OW wit rill soil iMumina I B. Ult.N U. 11KHOLU to for cash, somcest ,bl N LSis, of 1'iTAb ofBte will miy. HI i Ino tbyh u purt anil Inlterlfts P' erty, or for uon erms. AJUrL'MS Ortiee. H.X >K A fine RI GISTERED JE JS CAL DK K I bU -A I'AIU'Nnil. to hclp to cum a subuiUB ot tuia Aunapulis, D ;eiib wttli a ity SPECIAL NOTICE I I I This stweis furnished with TLe Worthington Preacrip- tion Counter and everything neoaaaary te make it a complete modern PJharmaoy y Prescriptiona oOmpotmded at aU hooraLf the day and nigtt by graduates of the Maryland College i (jlairdeii AXD KE Just received at the 3-5 TO BUY UP AXCE P 1887 ccrbiin of fifteen ho th of titty. jL A 1 JLT AND STAtE. PldcE about iiany tilings. A is a grant dual more sure nks he knows than is a going by rafiise. :iny, and c-iK'Ctady I nut a kiiu ie onecdiiv, and I that I ha h gentleman was talking mentioned the the Connecticut I crossed at Alt How I got in my us the Connecticut River i that it v i not kno- ij very Oh, no. li canal from On the din- s', for I knew 11 then; but in my some nn- at Albany was the nd I called it so. d the gentleman, "that is her." hoi r I r iv. I felt Id be reached rather sorry for him that so ignorant. One day. rot te home, I on the was map, looking and lo! e wai Alburn standing on the Hud- lliror, a hundred miles from the nectitut. I Then I did not foci half orry for tjic gentleman's ignorance did for liy own. I never told any- y that story till I wrote it down on .e pages of it lie other d.ij-: but I have a thousand times, and al- ..ffllt s with aplusli for my boldness. Nor it the only time that I wiik perfectly 5 of things that really wcjre not so. 3 h.ird for1 a boj to iQ.irn that ho i lie mistaken; but; unless ho is a ho learns it a while. The ho linds it out, the better for Gladrlcti fn St. Vinws of Spiritualism. I Inless and until anybody will re- re all these doubts and difficulties me, I thi jik I h.ivc right to hold jf from ni.iterialism. As to spirit- ism, it lands me in et pn greater Lcultics when I want to get change its notcs-m-liand in the solid coin For the assumed substan- entity, spirit, nhich supposed to lerlie the phenomena of couscious- 3, as mWtter underlies those of sical nature, not even a Hiietrieal piost w hen thestf phenora- i are abstf ictcd. And, even if we pose the (existence of such an entity irt from r is to say a existe mind, how does] body kmtar that it differs from that er cntit npart from qualities, ich is supposed substratum of tter? Spiritualism is, afuirall, little tcr than i turned upside cvn. Am: if l trj to think of'the )irit" whick a man, by this Inpoth- s, under his hat, as nothing t! of relation to space, i as something indivisible even in ught, while it is, at the same time, >poscd to be in that place and to lie isosscd of half a dozen different fa- ties, I co ifess I get quite lost. As I have! said elsewhere, if I were ced to ch >ose between materialism d idealisnk, I should elect for the ter; and I certainly, have thing to with the effete mytholo- of spir tnaliam. But I am not rare that'. am under piny compul- n to choc se either the one or the ten! I h Igj SUB' lintained nve always icion that Aat man is t! {entertained a the sage who c measure of univerw was sadly in tbe wrong, d ige and have not akened tl at coi In fellow- Iii es of ipettda tion I am ro- nded of t ie walks of youth. In _ erciao, yo i may peraml nlate through points ol the compass! with perfect ety, so Ic ng as you within cer- in limits forget thote limits, in nr ardor, and mere si lothering if not worse, await you. ck by the deck, and I brow a life> oy now a Hd then to tl ik who h iro gone o; I get f 01 my hnmanit' is tbe abuse all wbeni irer they leai e off abasing e anothei fftue, ty, m Jence Jlfon IMy. H A R M A C Y II A I. I. Goodoin DRrGGIST rto I Pretcrtptumt fry the pravnttor. Soda, Vichy and Rock on draught, MtVw mt n tuttt The Return of the Prophet. A man by the name of White, :akes care of the palatial rrsidoncojj an Englishman, idontifljl ,vith thu Mormon church, but now 1 ng in London, believes tliat JJrighi Young is alive and as lively as ov purport of