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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland EVENING AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY TO THE BEST INTERESTS OUT I HT RE SI nothing1, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, furnishing Goods 'S 108 Main St. .nl in HO Days lli'iimvi- to Look Oul for Bargains! ANNAPOLIS, MJX, MONDAY EVEND you wnnt :i-< l lu-si' jjoods will be GEO, E, FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Slreet, I'h-MkU Is DRY GOODS, NOT1O3STS, CliiM, Glass and -Stone Ware, (Burned Goods km Is. IVM Hnin-lH oJ Sugar-Cured tit of TooK and
ToMC.- a.Ms t-ak'i a wi'i BOTTLE. i o: K id oy beuriag ast s're RiifT-jrei ness for years, and uhed many for U witliqit anv b Siumpf s an.i Wild Cnerry Tout-i: for. one mo al o inv sm houttu" p "mils anil take e'serciie Ircely wittioum s really w nderfui." KM-.N, Pr. s dent of the Journal Publtskli >m anatt iht-umaiism, so 'hit 1 con p nf Si'iimpf's Iron a d VI t ustMl-f ur b.ittles an.l aa 1 have ha t no eturu 01 AlHS O jDd. iL.Vl, w.le of (.lie two yearu I been trouble i ir Co.. ''Ou 1 no tcich liiy oili usicd two rottles of K'nmuf aud am feeling aud t-Iet-p soun uy. MKs. LJKIMKUtlLfc.lt L unbard and t 'astle Siuuipf's Iiou and Wild Cherry and fouml it the be world. Fbr coughs ainl eolds it is Hl-.IUiEANT fcCUAKFER, of the Jsoiihi astein btumpf'.- ri.n and W iid i.bt-riy I onic .lyHpi-psn B. li does all that IB claimed of it, lor boon. MK. L. 3ARRANGER, the well-known live s oc Sturnpfs ouimenil i ften uw.tke all uiid VVil d h. 1 (cheerfully riconim irtet, 8ayn: t'flt'eugiiiuuiug Ti reeoauuei DlTj. tested ant .ron and Wild Chciry Tonic, anil will alw to one, for U the best and grt-ates and weakness L, bead street, says: "It is certainly t' nervmisi'tt t, exh le sick und w tary i dea'cr, do BO, and chetr 1'onio the woild e best of all Ton it to ail COcKRI LL, physician at the Marykiiji Penitentiary, gray used it lor KI d fan ily with the bell le.iults, and chr dors.- what it IB claimed for, aud rrc .uimt-nd i< UK. St.OlT, Karnha u, K cluuond Co., have Stu ana Wild Cht-rry lo.iic, and think u is the great i.t tbe agu it ia i.ut jos.ice to ncouimtndit." THE GREAT IRON AND Wilt CHERRY T O.VLY A flno ItEGISTERED JERSEY COW and full bM JERSEY CALF. Apply to DR. E. P. DUVAL, jan.27-tf. State Librarian. PARTNER, with a small capltil, to help to otart a STEAM SAW 3-5 MILL in the suburbs of tuis city Lock Box SM, Annapolis, Md. Address Garden Seed! ja Aism RELIABLE Just Deceived at the CITY DRUG STORE. ANCB TO t P OUTSTANDING LIFE INSCB- POLICIISS ON THE ENDOW- MENT OF TONTINE PLAN. All persons baring' Endowment or Tontine Ufe nee Policies on which they have been'paytnr promluins for any number of and desire toseU the sameijrUl ap- ply to UICUAKO 6. BLLIOTT, fo. U Conduit Annapolis, Md. P. O. Box hfg.) Jtttf Kuuucl, nut cxceeilinKluur f r ICHK, for ya CeutH. tetween Prince Oeorifc Chun i Circle, a small ------litSl'l IN, in KOIU, i'hu fli rewarded n leaving street. Office if Annapolm Uas Ll( 1 March MG of the napu d Gas Light Co.upauj at their ofl :e on uionufcy, lorttte purpuso of eleci MEKT dent and 1 our year, am-td. VT of Atmi [plu I? I No. 1 S. of i., are request i li aj i OTIC1 uouiiuy uigut, their Hail ot ia portanue. protam. TO Oini flnt ICortcivo J. U lleat iisut.e i IK for sale J r seat! at P. Prinoeu ngr-in________ choap. A ipiy atthis otttco. JT firstcttssonierp TO OTSTEKMEJT.- ind an excellent cuaH. tor Oyster 4aJEO Ua id t a .foot lit whari.tootoil'riuie 3d I APlT COUNTY AND STATE PRICE ONE WHAM) I U-MOR. The doKller's la eou The shopman aife ti: The icanibter's age Is cr The ikictor'8 ARC is Tho traveler's hit rip-age; The lover's aare IB The lawyer's nifo is The preacher's HRO Is n The cuok's must bu (.H'rman's is ea _ Bbt tho best and worst s A fortune awaits that adept in pal- istry who can accurately read his op- nent's Boston Post. The nudity craze iss to be spread- g. Shoulder straps and a belt is now te regulation eorsaio for evening Herald. It is n sad and a curious fact that a reat many men have u much better otion of an ideal wife, than of an ideal "Ah, I see a new stiir in ob- >rved Mr. Snaggs. repeat- d Mrs. Snaggs; "I hnve never seen lat play, I Fedestrianism is to lie growing ishionahlc in New York. The new id began atbout the time of the last lump in 'tho stock market. Vcrald. Old women are sillier than young nes because they have-been so longer, j Irpluyi haw not so much cud of guardians as stupid Christian at Work. A young woman in a telephone office u a Western town has resigned her osition because an customer honteil "Hello" backward to kVw York Tribune. I she said.i suppressing a awu, "why don't you I turn over a new yA new "A new leaf, ioorge. Miike'it 10 instead of Bazar. A reporter calhid on Ben Hutler a ew days ago and found him reading lie Bible. Benjamin .complained ei'diiigly becniisc he eUuhl not find the, .uttior's llav.cn ..asked "do you htnk of a man who ojweil his tailor a for exclaiin- il Bi-own, excitedly.! "Who is tin1 ailor? A wajpls us .to print a iccimen of a Our religions :cl'anges for this week have not yet :oiuc. ti> liaml, but we will, make a note )f the Free It is said that yoniig woman who1 plashes lierself while'worKing at the kvaslitub is fated to have a lirunken Uisbaiul. Very few j-oung women now i days put themselves in danger, then. Post. A man in 'Middlcftnfrn told his' wife i "loved her better than his own loul." The man not been to church n live years, and wife does not jnow how to take the Kingston Freeman. Husband (to wife, in full' evening shouldn't think you would care to wear a costump as decollete as that, my. dear. Wife O, I think there is no danger of tak- ing Sun. i Indignant husband (after the You really went too far in your con- iluct with Capt. Fitzhenry ball last night. Don't you that you're a married woman? Unrepentant wife, but he "Do you object to asked young D replied Miss Fl n. the official designation of tho colijun in which United Status naval classify by thoso two letters "Discharged "Hero's 10 cents for you, waitiK" said a who just finiijfiiod a dinner." "No, .thank you, sir; lilt's my principluM to tuko tijfi." "Here i.s a quarter, then." "WollMir, if you urc bound to break principles 1 suppose 1 slull to give Travelers' Ma-ja "Come in. my poor said ncvolcnt lady u tiMinp, 1 will to "Thuiiky, iiiiini; don't care if 1 do.'j ciiiitiiuitdl the blily, settill meal before him. "your I been full of --Yis, the wii.il of it 1 ullu.s conw It is now for yci: ladies to be want pa to see inc. I Vs got old-fash-, ioned notions about sucli things, you Orleans Picayune. Young woman, would 3-011 ntrike cnvv to the hearts of your sex? Enter the horso-car with your head enshroud- ed in a cloud. Everybody will think you are bound for the theater and envy jou Transcript. In opinion of scientists there will come a period when the earth will cease to revolve on its axis. To tho man, however, who, .o'a going home at night, has to wait 'for! an opportunity to catch his bed as it Masses him it will continue to go Courier. are accused of stealing chick'-ns. Uncle Enstus. Are you guilty .or not guilty? Uncle Baa- plciidtf'not guilty, yo' honah, inquests dc pri vledgei'of f rowing my- self on tie mercy ob de'eou't in case do evidence goes again F. Sun. "Isn't it pretty 'onejBome out in the he said toil tide boy whose parents moved out on i i farm last fall. "I gness was reply. "Pa and ma have just -as ninny discussions. as they did in the city, Did ns children get licked about the Inj bis discourse Stirtla.y' morning the BevJ. Dr, iugbt ont with great piqnaaey this Jol serration: "To hejir some lawyers ft bat for fire minjiitea. wjt5. cost'Ton but I'm milling to chiuvgi; ihiit ami 'ioik'to 600 of i'ou any .time, for! photographed in u liu-t'i Cil a photograph of his ut further trouW Misfortune to hire a linger jj it should be ropltu "d ailiS sometimes there i a jH'riwt iiuior there is great c if tlwi taiallest of skin trail FEVKJI A> ,VK RKJ Otot safe and efficient. Price Sp cen tie. For by 4 U .ujury heal If eiiiid a f md THB Rt Price Sp cents tot-
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