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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland                               WENING AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NO. 101. SELLING OUT Main St opp City Eotel. i r i f I and i, H i .1 III i 1 i nl Hi In iniiin J' V S llfll I I Toys i i r i suit every i 'i- of Amiupo in MIII k c f (looiia i-iru- 1st where' 1 Inn u -i i I' HT Hnti SEO, E, FRANKLIN HOCnurch Street, DRY GOODS, ANNAPOLIS, MD., FRIDAY w, Mf- Glass and Stone Goods of Asia iihHortinent of <'a 'I'ools a.i iural Saddles, Harness, Harness and Trunk Straps, tarpeu Matting Oil Cloth, i r.il iissortment of M.ril.niuhse FK CO., Uu Ull tU'H STREET, ANN FALL and X MRS. s. j. I H! b- n 1 K, mam nuiuw in i (is-ortmcnt of _ Hats, I ti Nu v Sij i, vs Citv ESIABLiSHtD. .h. NBASIL. M EV IN PINE JWILV GROCERIES, Tin aaTOow Ware. POROUSED PLASTER Gd i cs Backache, Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, Etc. A cri fir i I v l t tr' il will i .n mcc Ilio moit skeptical that T- the best 1 1" y miclu th 'capsi- Aid th .ntlv print lile of prtrolcum. being n i i wrr'ul in c n tl, an utl.tr plasters. ot t.o i it'iiu (1 to take cithers, hut sure and the w aKaya en- (i i i n i tTivrlnpc -Mith the of tho i IMI. Hi- I' W I' anddiicrtunMin i! o st il on front and back of 01 lu by first druggists, at 3J eirh   PLASTERS Arc III" IKM knmvn rcmrrly for hardatul soft corns, ai 1 r [.ill to cure Price 25 The Peleg While Proprietary fa MAMTFACTl KBftS, 113 W. Broadway, N. Y., S. OF HR.SF-CLASS DKUGCISIS. ANI> WORTHINGTON AND CO. a28-v Sole for Annaonlis, Ml. nud "SEVERN INN. This popular inn Is now open to the pub lo and will keep on hand, George P K K MIU M L v G A R BEER, WINKS AKD LIQUORS. Choice Cigars, on linnd. Cor. Hanover Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD., HENRY KIRCHGESSNEE -Proper. CAPITAL "HOUSE Si' lager Beer and CHR. SPENGLER, Proprietor, ('or. East St. and Slate Circle. ANNAFOLIS, MD. EITIBE STOCK Ice oJd Rrrr Brunch I. The Bar Is supplied at all times with the best incs Li quota Board and Lodging by the or month, at rates t'urnit-lied at any A first class house in nil respeeta. 5jl JOHN JOHNSON, HVlarvlanct (Near the Post Office.) IS FREPARUD TO DO PLUMBING FITTiNO In nil Ita RraaehrB. Garden and Yard Hose Furnished at short notice, cheap for cash. Work done in a most practical aad work nvoi1 ike man er at low rater, and satisfaction guaranteed. Special attention paid to and Lrtth Room A trial is solicited IN Free SOK, WestStreef, i Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gents' rornishing Goods will of Found, WKEK. o Office a A ME -rr nap >li attheirolBo ut li tl., f tlent and year, ai'J-td. inert In thin rolHjmn if For Kent, For not exueetHnefokir ICMH. for "-J5 NOTTCJS. AiinapoliK IJiglit March 15t O of the St lias I.U'IH L.O npafly vni (HI Uomlav Fi ir rthf p irpose of e Uiii.-i.tors f lly Order, J.H. -Members of Anijiap'i S. of are min otliltl) Illglll, Drtanio. GLoit NOTICK. No. 10, their Hnll Ituisof iinj pro torn. Xfja FOR KKNT.-X wmve icnlj HHlhaMntrliY rooms anil a si rnmi? also a larger in a pUasunt ix-ah to a roliubltltt naiit -U'P'J to. NO, I 31 Gloucostlr bt, or at .71.1101) 33 HOUSES F  SAWED and to families o. igy Orders taken onjhi (y attended to.. ucch Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. OKALKB8 IN s, Medicines, And Chemicals, I SPECIAL NOTICE! This {toreis furnished with The Wtttlunftbn Prescrip- tion Co inter and everything necsssar r te make it a coniplete modern Phirma.cy. Presmjitions compounded at all houre u! the da> and night by graduate of the Maryland College jan If. WANTJ capi MILL in t Lock Hoi FJRES Just 3-5 TO BUY I ANCE M All perst Life Insur beuu j i.ars aud ply to P O. AUK VU If not for i ers- ill at onuuon CHAH 3 'COUtinuIltal. Insurance batistai-tory U-f-uis ail luiluccinents to lurtjv >n first Appl at a bargtu Apply at on h LUMUElt sale one L- now. Ap Steambua MCon roou der back back yar cheap an premises, door to I 3-8tf JO Jfuner an No. Will be every mo tended to 'PHE 1 oats I'OU COW with joung ill sell rfiisoii JU11N O. ULHOlJU, to Huy, for of i AIMAI, olliue, w mlly. OKII> Land-, iffu for cit> or ed lor noil terms. Aihtress DU L Ip to uubui ol tins Annapiilis, Md. ley il Ns IK HI KVl. HO f in Minlfc, of a liavc al ml in' ubui it-j, !S I AND Iv ceived at thfl v DLICLKa ON I I' UK lor 10 desire Iosell ti 1 IX Color of Birds' Many birds make their nests in lofty ccs or on the leelges of precipitous ffs. Of these tho eagles, vultures, id croWs are conspicuous examples, ley ure, for tho most part, says Nat- too powerful to be afraid of the magpie, nnel onlj fear the {fittaeks of beasts of prey, among which bru TO L.O on City rroped, to J, HOLAMJ Opp. l-ai-iiiui-s Ration) ,K a) suitable or hire it out at a reasou CAPITAL UiBoe. OTICI- TO d an oYcellunt r Oyster Uake Haudles oot UOW UOAl'lat y to A. P. EltpANl harf. foot of .Prince U AND COMFORTABLE renient ANU LOT IN eleven roonis hot and cold w uilding; large lot 126 x 22 on easy terms. Conduit street C. Gantt's w: Dwell ter, hjall; i f ei it, w i cottage. Repairfr of Pia not 911 EAST Baltimore. M Annapolis nn or i Onlera from ci ly or j rece pt of postal BOR ANNAPOLIS, U ic T VENTY ACRI the limits of iw occupied b; C mfortatrie U ns andnecessarj ool n H. Bill KDil !APITALi COUNTY AtyD STATE PRICE ONE CEjfT ev doubtless classify tltc human race, jpfhey rely for the safety of their opgs the inaccessible positions of tho M.iny of them also belong1 to a larger pronp of birds who i-ely for le safe-tj of tlw'ir upon their own either singly, in pairs, or in to defend them against all ag- VhMirs. Few colonies of birds aro >re interesting than thobC of herons, i1 J trnioriuita, ami their rcippective l.iy white or nearly white Nature, with her customary rift, has no upon them apparently, it would have 1 vnwisted etiort to do so, but the of the guillemot are a remarkable M-eptio.il to this uile. Few ejrgs aro 101 e colored, and no eggs Jnbit such a .irietj of color. It K impossible to suppose that pro- selottion can produced >loii so on the of the chalk e-lift-, anil se-xu il le'ition iiHist bec-ii eijually pow- leh1'. It be luelicious a to th.it a coek jjuil- inot fellinloio with a plain-colored MI beeMii-c hi' remeiubere-il that last she l.uel .1 ejjjj. innot be accident that causes the uillemot's epfgs to bo so handsome id t-o In tho case birds i ceding ill holes secure from the of the m.iraudinp; magpie no is wasted wheie it 11 not wanteel. The nioic deeply nature is stuelieel le more c-crt.uu seems to be the cou- iision th.it all her endless variety is ic result CA olutiem. It seems mom anel more ceit.iin thatn.U- ral selection is not the c.uisc eif evolu- on, but only its guiele. Variation is ie cause evolution, but the cause of ariation is unknown. A Notable Instance of Thrift. p H A K M A C Y A R R. i. GoodHao DRUGGIST AUotht Brafidt t f OIO-AJRS- Prescripttons Mrefutt} ci.npoui u the proprietor. Soda, Vichy and Step Rock on draught. n full lt Somo time ago notice wim made in ii-se columns of the of Fred Jur- in, an old watchman by ic Cental Railroad at Macon. Jor- an w.is a strange character. He nev- r iii.u ried and was cry frugal and coitomic-al in his habits. "His maiden tint In eel with him ami kept house for im. Although his sal.iry only aniount- (1 to or peT month, Jie maii- to ijive enough out of it to pur- h ISP, bit by bit, a lot good real st.ite in Macon. His is s L. Anderson, son of Clifford Vin.lci-.on, and a few days ago tho ap- >r.Lisemcnl of the property made', he whole being rated at There re houses in East Mucon and ne west of the er. Although Jor- an w.is iv economical, he ele- lieil him-ielf fi'iy of the good things of if r stmrti tlieir djfi they Welit   

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