Annapolis Evening Capital in Annapolis, Maryland
23 Dec 1884

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23 Dec 1884

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Annapolis Evening Capital (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Annapolis, Maryland B "11 ? ii Ammus Mumm Nam a local family to the Best interest of the City. County and state. I l. 11. No. 29. Annapolis my tuesday evening december 23, 1884. Price one cent mrs. F. Ruther Lin St., next to Telegraph office he the cd Mimi i a i Christmas Candy i 4 i and confectionery i this cite. Aso a Large assortment of Christmas tree ornaments a and novel designs at cheap prices. Plair and fancy cakes Btu. And nut of All kinds at balt pries French and mixed candies than 6ver before known. Give b i a All before purchasing your Christ Bixiam goods and you will be c convinced i b i sell you confectionery cheaper Thanou c an buy in Baltimore. Mrs. F. Ruthie a it hts. Main Street next Telegraph office. Christmas presents Fob Young and old ? @ i at a hols i a @ Iii m Fey goods j Rte @ j be Iotte @ � 80 main St. Opp. City hotel. Mile largest assortment of toys and i fancy goods Ever introduced in this City consisting in French and Bohemian Rurue ated glassware of Tho most delicate colors and designs. Dolls and toys of every description at prices to suit every l ulv. We invite the citizens of Ainapo 1i to Call and inspect our Stock of Hooili Rev hauls before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods but a pleasure. Remember the name and place. J. H. 8. Nichols dec,4tf. 80 main St. Opp. City hotel Chr Thimas witches an jewelry. C. Roe9sel. No 33 main Street Annapolis my. in Fine cold and sir or watches silverware jewelry or. Has the largest and cheapest assortment of Xmas and new years presents Ever introduced in \ Neapolis. Chains ring trinkets &.c., of All kinds please Call and examine Stock. C. Boessel Mcclo of 32 main Street. C. Geo. Meginness _ manufacturer of i ise dress Shiesl @ collars and a Fla together with a Complete assortment of gents furnishings. To. 352 1. Baltimore St. Near Eutaw. Robt. T. Andrews manager Dwiatt Baltimore my fresh meats. Fresh meats. We Are now receiving daily a general assortment of fresh meats watch we Are Selling at the lowest Market Pace also of hand a full line of groceries a Cuba Tea coffees sugar sc., Bla wot article in Matij found in a St class grocery store. Presa bums and bogs a specially i would respectfully solicit a Hare of the Public patronage. Latest news. City and county. I the Board of Public works. Orphans court. Annapolis Junction items 1 local news of the Day Annapolis Junction items oar correspondent at Annapolis Junction sends us the following items from that neighbourhood the sensation created in this neighbourhood a few weeks ago Over the too intimacy of a coloured school teacher and a White woman has about subsided the woman leaving these parts for Washington City. Or. Samuel Lusby of Savage near this place lost a valuable cow this week from Pluro pneumonia. A coloured woman living at Elk Ridge attempted to walk from the re Lay station about a half mile Distant to her Home and was found the next morning on the Road Frozen to death. She is said to Hare been under the influence of liquor. Or. Solon Hobbs of Elkridge land ing and miss Nannie Abbott of this place were married last week at Lau Rel by the Rev. A. C. Mccabe of the episcopal Church. They will take a Southern tour and on their return will reside at Elkridge Landing. Or. Davis residing at this place lost a very valuable horse a few Days ago supposed to have died from Pluro pneumonia. Chicken thieves have been on the rampage to these parts. The Rev or. Walsh had Bis Chicken roosts robbed a Tew nights ago and or. Patterson ills to the extent of thirty six flue a lichens. W. Surprise party. We learn that quite a Large party of the congregation of the first methodist episcopal Church visited the parsonage last evening about 9 o clock bearing Many pleasant tokens of their esteem for their minister and his family. An hour was most pleas j Anil spent. The family was taken entirely by fur Rise but As there were Good fires the Gas was soon ablaze and All went merrily. It must have been pleasant All round As it is blessed to give and pleasant to receive tokens of affection. Beard of Public works. The Board of Public works held a Short session to Day. The Only Busi Ness transacted was the bearing of Captain Franklin is defense of the Oyster police Sloop Nannie merry Roan to charges preferred against him at the last meeting of the Board. The charges not being sustained by the evidence capt. Franklin was directed by the Board to give the strictest at Tention to his duties so As to leave no ground for complaint. Orphans court. In the orphans court to Day inventory of the personal estate of Henry Ballman was passed and order of Sale granted. Account of sales of the personal estate of mrs. Caroline e. Lee was Rati fied and confirmed also list of debts to same estate passed. Letters of administration were also granted to Thomas s. Jacobs and h. 8. Anderson on the estate of the late Peter menant. Judge Wilson successor. The governor today appointed Chas. F. Holland of Wicomico county judge t vice senator Wilson resigned. The appointment hold to the november i Etee Tinq 1885. To Scab evening capital pre Man Man f. W. M. Abbott publisher nos. 3 and 4 conduit Street up stairs rim tank arrival of tartars a Trail a. Trains leave trains arrive. Mail0.85 a. M. Mail8.55m. Accom., 12.05 p. M. A com -1.50 p. M. Mail 3.55 p. M. Mail 685-m. Sunday trains 8-10 a a. 3.55 p. M. Through freight to and from Baltimore everyday. Local freight monday wednesday and Friday at 9 a. goods. A. Robeck. No. 20 state House Circle has a Large Stock of Christmas confectionery Auen As Plain and fancy cake candies nuts foreign and Domestic fruits Bon Bons and everything desirable in the confectionery line As cheap As it can be bought in the Large cities. Call and examine Stock before making purchases. Dec Lotf confectionery and � @ cafe Saloon \ ? @ 14 main St., opposite my. Hotel a. Luncheon for ladies and gentlemen served in the Best style and at Short notice such As Tea Coffee chocolate and milk. Also a general assortment of the finest French confectionery. Private parties served at Short notice and on reasonable terms. Brr Ard Wievard. Decl7tf main Street opposite my hotel. Al ? state capital Cigar store. We. J. Flood Cor. Slate Circle at Cornhill is. Dealer in Fine cigars and tobacco cig whetts 3co. Together with a general assortment of Rykr ii sir Rokl. All the bes brands in smoking and Chew ing tobacco a Vays on hand. To Brut s oat dlr or la the top. Give me a trial if you want a Good article and satisfaction. Dec 15 by a furniture store fill mrs. B. R. La ska a. Is t spa has for Salk cheap a Large assortment bedroom suits parlor mid dining room bed mattresses Carpec ate. Terra Cotta Ware of Beautiful and handsome designs. Also a general assortment of China and glassware Plain and fancy. A Call is solicited before purchasing else where. . an dec9tf Market space. Ready Fob the holidays mrs. A g. Taylor 1 i m m _ j i Xum 11 11-Ilfli �1 w i v 1 i j Ift comp gtd. Oyster stickers an a strike. About thirty Oyster suckers employed in the Oyster packing Bouse of j. Russell & co., Here quit work yesterday because of a reduction from Twenty to fifteen cents per gallon for shucking. About Twenty five shuck ers continued at the reduced prices. There has been no reduction in any of the other Bouses As far As we have Ben Able to learn. The suckers claim that while the packers greatly i Icrea a the prices of oysters during the freeze and that oysters Are much More difficult for the suckers to Han dle they get no More for shucking and will oppose any reduction in the Price Lor shucking. Temperance. The paper read at the convention called by the presbytery of Baltimore by Joev. Robt. H. Williams on the pulpit of Temperance has been published to full by the presbyterian observer. After showing the influence of the pulpit in this great re form the paper winds up As follows indeed if the pulpit of this country could speak out to right Manly tones and say we demand a rigid enforce ment of existing Laws and shall ask no new Laws until Public sentiment is ready to demand their enforcements we have no doubt that the Temperance Reform would be greatly Advance de. Christmas. A few More Days and the Bells will be rung right royally in commemoration of the greatest Day that Ever dawned for Chri to acuity. On that morning Uear two thousand years ago the glad Tydings went Forth. So kind Reader let it be to you a Day of Joy and gratification. Do not forget your for ends of this year now nearly closed. Let your pres eut9 be even before those by whom you wish to be remembered sickness. We Are informed that there is considerable sickness prevailing at pres ent in this City and county in the form of various diseases is daily pre Valent during the Winter season and that the mortuary list has been quite Large. Pneumonia fevers and Dyph Iberia appear to be the diseases resulting with greater fatality and Many households sve been bereft the past month through their Visita Tion. A hons afraid who was it that shuddered and grew cold last week when Stern win Ter stretched Forth Bis icy bad and Shook his hoary locks at the Peop e of the North until All Nat be looked As White As Snow was it you dear Reader if it was dont deny it. It is a sad thing to Prevar Cate or indulge in misrepresentations. Santa Claus. The toy shop windows present a fascinating View to spark log Little eyes that Are anxiously looking for Ward with eagerness for the visit of Good old Saita Claus on the approach ing Christmas morning. There appears to be no Barm in allowing the Little ones to believe in the visit of this mythical philanthropist As it affords them a immense amount of in Nogent pleasure. Help one another. Let us All Rem Ember tint these Are the times to help one another. Give your neighbor All the patronage you can. Protection to borne Industry is 1 a principle we can All practice now with profit to one and All. The be pitied. We pity those who Are so selfish that they deny themselves the pleas ure of Reading their local taper while sitting beside a comfortable fire these ? cold Winter evenings. Lyllia Nina i in a Hico i ? in Why to Omar ii Minooi Ruiu Ramtu. Pharmacy it to 1. V. Goodman � druggist or. Oren l ? m also the beet Brandsoy a Oil ars. Prescriptions carefully compounded pm by the soda Vichy and deep Rock Eon on draught y Tyriw w eau. Epl6-ly m com. Whirr to by m what to bar. As ibis is the season of the year when everyone is looking around them where to buy their christinas and new year presents we would direct them to Call at the following business firms in Annapolis who have Laid in a special Stock for the Holiday season far can. You can find every variety together with nuts raisins oranges Lemons California grapes French and Ameri can candies at any of the following dealers mrs. J. Ruther main Street a Rob Eek state House Cir Cle Bernard Wiegard main Street opposite Maryland hotel and mrs j. G. Taylors 24 main Street. For to. Foney Tio Stuwe would direct purchasers to the toy and Faucy goods Bouse of j. H. S. Nichols main Street opposite City hotel or to mrs. J. G. Taylors 24 main Street where they can find every conceivable toy or fancy article for Young and old. For family Uroper Orla. A you can find at All times a splendid assortment with Many other useful articles at the old reliable stores of Geo. G. Frau Kliu & co., 110 main Street r. K. Marmier. On conduit Street l. Clayton a cu., Market space a. C. Woolley Corner Mary land Avenue and Prince Georgs Street and c. C. Weedon 24 wee Street a to of whom can furnish you with Auy article in their line. For millinery. Finney Donsa. Of. Mrs 8. J. Rein on main Street opposite the City hotel has a splendid assortment and the misses Stew Art & Sullivan 51 main Street and mrs. M. F. Holidayoke 59 main Street have likewise Large Assort ments of Moline by and fancy articles from which to select presents suitable for the holidays. For dry 4u0045. Clothing. A. Go to l. H. Rehus Corner main Street and Market space who will furnish you with anything in the clothing or dry goods line. S. Spandauer 108 main Street will fit you out with a ready made suit ment. Mrs. G. E. Lao Nan Market space can also Supply your wants in the furniture carpet and bedding line on reasonable terms. Give them a Call. Item Dole or silly present c. Boessel no 33 main Street can furnish you with the most Beautiful designs in rings chains trinkets of ail kinds As Well As a Gold or Silver watch or anything in the jewelry line. His Stock is Well selected and suited to every taste and circa stance. Give him a Call and exam. Ine Bis Stock. ? go to Wro j. Cigar and tobacco stand come state House Circle mod Coro Hii j Street he Bas a Fine assortment o the Weed in every conceivable form and no Mao in afford to pass the hopi div season without moving go Cigar i it or Vor Lii Ali Nitlow my Maryland Avenue Ilaug store j it i a e a Seu

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