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fotning Capital.
PUBLISHED DAILY. WCEPT SUNDAYS.
No. 11l Main Btrtet.
Thi Kvewibo Capita!., will b *erve4 by
oAirier* to subscribers in the city At cento a
week, or mailed to anyaddreaein the L nlu'd
State* for 30 or Jto per month. cento for
three month*, 51.7 for *ix month*, or f 3.00
per year, inYariabiy in advance. L'nles* the
utMorlpUon, a* abive, i* ptid in advance, so
onto per mmth or I * per year will po*i
i rely be chanrod
tWCorre*{Kridence con tain ton interesting
new* solicited from every part of the county
HW'AddreM all Letter* and Telegram* to
kveninu capital.
V/*ThUpapr ha* a larger bona fide city
Oir mlatlon than all the other paper* In th*
city of knaepolt* c nblnad
A'M. M. ABBOT f, - - - - Editor I
MONDAY, • * - Sept. 8, 1890. ,
California's products ou whee’6
were exhibited here to-day, giving
our people an idea what that great
country can produce iu the way of
fruits and wines. They were truly
wonderful.
1m the death of the lion. Geo.
William Brown,of Baltimore, which
took place at Lake Mohonk, N. Y.,
on Friday night, the 12th inat, the
city and state have lost an honored
and valued citizen and the profes
sion a most conscientious and up
right judge, lie was a man above
reproach, and his death is univer
sally regretted by a large circle of
friends and acquaintances, lie was
highly honored and esteemed by
all who knew him.
Th* United States Senate prac
tically finished consideration of the
tariff bill Saturday. An agreement
by general consent was made to vote
on the bill on Tuesday, the under
standing being that the voting
should begin then and should con
tinue until the stage of the third
reading is reached, after which
three hours is to be allowed to each
side for a general summing up.
General assent was given to that
understanding.
This is how an export statistician
figures out the chances of winning
in a lottery: “A $1 ticket implies
one chance in three of winning 85
cents, one chance in niueteen of
winning $175, and one chance in
2,237 of winning $425. It will be
seen, therefore, that the most un
swerving devotion to the purchase
of lottery tickets cannot be depended
upon to insure affluence or even a
comfortable livelihood for the small
est and most frugal household.”
Mr. Clarkson has retired from
the office of First Assistant Post
master General, having accom
plished all he set out to do. Dur
ing his term of office be has be
headed 26,675 Democratic post
masters and put Bepublioaus in
their places, and has established
5,660 new postoffices. The records
of all past administrations, in this
respect, has been beaten, and Mr.
Clarkson is entitled to the distinc
tion of being the champion execu
tioner of the century. Ue is sure
of meeting a friend wherever a post
office exists throughout the length
and breadth of the American conti
nent.
New York has a state board of
arbitration, for which some papers
claim the power to adjust labor
diffiulties. Just what the board
has done or will do to relieve the
suffering incident to the Central
strike is not apparant. Nor is it
certain that the law creating the
board clothed it with the exact style
of authority necessary to a success,
ful ending of the existing differ
ences. Some time ago the Journal
took occasion to remark that the
circumstances of two strikes were
never the same. The law under
which New York’s state’s arbitra
tors would act probably has no
elaude which could not be avoided
by the never absent technicality.
We repeat that one law, be it so
oarefully constructed, would not
meet all the ciroumstances of the
first strike occurring after ita pas
sage. The law of oommon sense is
the law to regnlate strikes, all others
are cumbersome provisions, without
a mission an this aarth.— Helena
Journal.
The only radical cure for rheumatism is
to eliminate from the blood the acid that
causes the dierase. This is thoroughly
effected by the preserving *uae of Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla. Persist until cured. The
process may be alow, but the result is
sure.
pj|H^
ONE ENJOYS
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y
Proposals for bedsteads
FOR THE NAVAL ACADEMY.
ANNAPOLIS, MD.—August 22, 1890.
Sealed Proposals, eudored “Proposals
for Bedsteads for Naval Academy, to be
opened September 16, 1890,” will be re
ceived at tbe Bureau of Provisions and
Clothing, Navy Department, Washing
ton, D. C., until 12 o’clock noon, Sep
tember 16, 1890, and publicly opened im
mediately thereafter, to furnish, at the
Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., 220
bedsteads. The articles must conform
to the Navy standard and pass the usual
naval inspection. Blank proposals will
be furnished upon application to the
Superintendent of the Naval Academy,
or to tbe Bureau. Tie bids, all other
things being equal, decided by lot. The
Department reserves the right to waive
defects or to reject any or all bids not
deemed advantageous to the Qovernmct.
EDWIN STEWART,
a22 Paymaster-Qtneral, U. B. Navy.
O. A DC BKKI’IL. .W. MOBR4T. J. T. YIWKLL.
DUBREUIL, iIRAY k CO.,
MANDFACTCRKRS OF
REN'S, BOY'S aid CHIMEHS’,
FINE CLOTHING
—AND—
Furnishing Goods,
527 and 529 W. Baltimore Street.,
NKAK GRKKN, BALTIMORE, MD,
Telephone, 1570.
CLOTHING MPARTMENT.
A full and nicely selected stock of
Men's, Boy’s and Children’s CLOTHING
MEN’S SUITS, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50
SIO.OO, $12.00, sl3 50, $15.00, &c,
BOY’S SUITS, $2,00, $2.50 $3.00,
$3.50, $4.50, $5.00, &c.
Hat* of Finest Quality.
Our Goods are all new and fresh, no
old stock.
FURNISHING GOODS.
Also a full line of Gents, Furnishing.
Underwear, Hosery , Neckwear in all the
Latest Styles. 6 Shirts to Order $6.75;
6 Shirts to Order $8.25, fit guaranteed.—
Orders by mail given my personal at
tention.
Having personal charge ofthis depart
ment, I invite my Annapolis friends and
others when ih the city to call and inspect
our large stock, feeling assured that I can
offer them greater inducement than any
other House. J. T. YE WELL.
In connection with thi9 establishment is
the GLOBE STEAM LA UNDRY, ROBT.
BELLIS, 102 Main Street, Agent for Anna
polis, where all information will be given. 418
PROTECTED IRDUSTRY
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TRUSTEE’S SALE
—OF A—
ttDvim Hoyse and Lot,
ON HORN POINT OR EAST PORT.
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the Cir
cuit Court for Anne Arundel Coun
ty, passed on the 14th day of July. 1890,
in equity cause No. 1321, of the Work
ingmen’s Building and Loan Association
vs C. C. Stewart, and others, the under
signed, as trustee, will offer for sale at
public auction, at the COURT HOUSE
DOOR, in Annapolis City, on
TSUS'DAT, 11th day ofisptsabe-, 1390
AT 10.30 O’CLOCK A. M. t
All that LOT OP GROUND Ironting
fifty feet on the Southwest Side of sth
Street, on Hornpoint or E&stport, with
a depth of one hundred and sixty-five
feet, commencing at a point 214 feet from
the corner of Severn Avenue and sth
Street, and being the upper half of lot
No. 89, as designated on the plat of said
Hornpoint, and improved by a
THO-STORT
i mi Frame Dwelling ,
in which the said Charles C. Stewart
now resides.
THE TERMS OF SALE as prescribed
by tne decree, are: Cash on the day of
sale or the final ratification.
JNO. IRELAND, Trustee.
Tnos Basil, Auctioneer. al6
PUBLIC SALE
OiT VALUABLE
BUILDING LOTS.
BY VIRTUE of authority contained
in a eertain deed of trust from the
Annapolis Gas Light Company dated
first day of August, 1890, and duly re
corded among the land records of this
county, in Liber S. H., No. 37, folio 350,
the undersigned, as Trustee, will sell at
public auction at the COURT HOUSE
DOOR, in this City, on
TUESDAY. 23rdSEPT., ’9O
AT 10.30 O f CLOCK A. M. t
All of that LOT OF GROUND lying
beyond, and on the East of the A., W.
& B. Railroad Company’s depot and prop
erty, known as the Gas Company’s Lot,
and which was formerly a part of the
brick yard lot.
A plat of the premises, dividing the
property in several convenient sized lots
will be exhibited at the place of sale, and
also at the law office of John Ireland,
and the property will be first sold in lots
according to the plat. The Trustee re
serves the right to then offer the proper
• tv as a whole if it can be sold for a larger
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sum than the aggregate of the several
separate bids.
The terms of sale will be made known
on the day of sale.
THOMAS .0. WALTON.
8 fits Trustee.
tfl*t FOR_SALE iMI
Two-Story Dweling & Store
Situated on the corner of Prince George and
East Streets, with a front of 27 feet and a 8
foot alley,running back 68 feet to a large pared
yard aDd a Two Srory STABLE adjoining an
alley. The House contains 9 large Rooms
with a Store and Ware room, and a large hajl
on first and second floors. For further parti
culars apply to, or address the Evening Capi
tal Office. dt 8
H. E. DENNISON,
WILL DO YOUB
PAINTING, GRAINING
—AND
PAPER HANGING
At Rock Bottom Prices.
WITHOUT DEL.A.TT,
Call or Address,
H. E. DENNISON,
11 No. 2 Doctor Street, Annapolis Md.
Mrs. M. F. HOLIDAYOKE
62 MAIN STREET,
Annapolis, Mo.
NOVELTIES,
—l*
Ladies’. Children and Kisses
MILLINERY,
A full stock, well selected, of all the Latest
Novelties in
BATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, FEATHERS,
Birds and Millinery goods generally.
Fancy Goods, &c
Kid, Silk and Lis.* Thread GLOVES, in all
shades, CORSETS of all kinds, Hosiery, and
Ladles’ Underwear, Cambric, Swiss and Color
ed finbroderv’s, Collars, Cuffs and Baching.
MRS. M. F. HOLIDAYOKE.
411 62 Main Street
R. B. SMITH,
100 College A-ve.
Corner Bladen Street, Annapolis, Md.,
—DEALER IN—
STAPLE and FANCY
G80C33 ■R/HE3S.
Fruits, Confectionary,
Tobacco, Cigar * and Motiont. 62
FlFril ANNUAL FAIR
—OF THIS
WILL BK HELD AT
Idlewtld Park, .
EASTON, HD.,
Tushy, W.’ibshy, Thrsdiy & Tndiy,
SEPT. S 3, 24, 35, 28, 1390.
$14,000 I .o<Tj?°!si“"sl4,ooo (
COMPETITION IN EXHIBITS AND
RACES. OPEN TO ALL. THE 1
PROGRAMME OF RACES
WHICH ARE FINE
EACH DAY,
Includes the following classes—ssoo
etch, 3:00, 2.45, 2:40, 2.87, 2:83, 2.30, 2:27,
2:24, Trotting; and 2:25 and 2:20 Pac- r
ing; besides other races to be named. — ■
Entries in this department close Sep
tember 15th, 11 p. m. Pools sold by
HER DICK & CO.
The other attractions will consist of a
Grand Tournament and Magnificent Ball;
Fox Hunt; Sparring Exhibition Daily,
between Jake Kilrain and the celebrated
Jack Ashton.
The Largest Cattle Exhibits ever t
shown in Maryland. Fancy Articles and 1
other Household Products innumerable, e
The new B. & E. S. R. R. will be com
pleted before the Fair and together with ]
the Pennsylvania It. R., will issue Tick- J
eta at Excursion Rates, and send special
trains in all directions after the races.
For Particulars see Hand Bills. Ad
mission 50c. Children under 12,25 cents,
Membership Tickets, admitting to all
parts of the ground, FOUR DAY S, $3.50.
Ladies’ Memberships. “Grounds and
Grand Stand,” $2.25. As no RE TURN
CHECKS are given at the gate, the Mem
bership Tickets are the only Tickets that
passes in and out at pleasure. Gates
1 open at 8.33 a. m. ,
F. C. GOLDSBOROUGH, Presdt.
WILFRED BATEMAN, Sec’y. s 3
LOUIS BECKER & CO-,
(Formerly of KapplerA Becker,)
| 129 S Hoivard St., Baltimors, Mil.,
MANUFACTURERS of FINE CIG AR3
r , Are now prepared, without any interruption,
to Manufacture Fine Cigars.
, Sole Proprietors ok tub Celebrated
’ Combination Cigar
* Sold by all dealers. Special attention given
to private brands.
* The COMBINATION CIGAR is advertised
' by the White Linen Cap. Distributed Free by
Tbeir Customers to Young and Old. 8 27
_ ,
LEWIS GARDINER,
CARPENTER .Asaß BUILDER
—ALSO —
Repairing of All Minds,
Done at Short Notice,
Residence 55 Conduit Street, Annapolis, Md
Being no longer in partnership and by strict
attention to business I hope to share a portion
of the public patronage.
All kinds of work, Brick or Frame, done
with promptness, in a workmanlike manner,
at low rates, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates for new and old work given at
short notice.
Particular attention paid to jobbing and
work in the country.
* FAMILY GROCERIES!
Clinp Groceries! Cheap Groceries I
CLAYTON & CO.,
No. 5 Market Space
Have In stock a large assortment of
i family"groceriesT"!
—SUCH AS
BUGAR CURED HAMS
SUGARS OP ALL GRADES)
Coffees, Teas, Spices, &c.,&e
Ala :> a large assortment of
Cooking Raisins, Currants, Ora gos
Lemons, and Nuts of all kin is,
together with a general assortment of
PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDIES
at Baltimore prices. Also
Prime 801 l A Print Batter
China, Glass, Wooden and Hardwares Ac.
Including every article usually found In
a first class grocery store.
All my groceries are fresh and guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
QpGoods delivered to any part of the
elty free of ohargs.
CLAYTON A CO.
715 Ro. 5 Mark: Stare
SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL ERRORS
Or Special Diet as. Consult
DR. LOBB,
229 N. FIFTEENTH Bt, Phila., Pa., 20
years* experience. Hours, 10 A. u. till 6 r.
Tto 10 evenings. Send for book (sealed)
containing full particulars for home cure.—
FREE of charge. . 7 25
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion A Debility.
L.OOK ! LOOJi;
Brooks & Barton,
HATE GOT THE (JHip
ON A. LARGE AND BRIGHT
Assortment of Seasonable Goods
Our Stock is Large, Our Goods New, Our Prices Low
We make a business of making Bargains in all kinds if
Ladies, Misses, Children, Mens, Boys and Youths
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS,
The Latest in Style, the Finest in Quality, the Utmost in V ar ; Hp
have been combined by us in Oie Mighty Effort for Trud?
OUR SPRING AMD SUMMER OFFERINGS,
Will Not nnd Cannot be Surpassed
mmt mmi
We place Our Prices at
the Lowest Water Mark, W r Fi., v
for safe and reliable goods Ifc,
sold under guarantee. r% /t
Inspects. / ''fmjf. f
Criticise Us, J. 1
Know Us. jfo :
And you will find we dael '••
fair, and save you dollars. ■*
We ;Ih> have a full tin flßhfoL /■
•M® UOUUi< ■
No. 18 MAIN STREET. ANNAPOLIS MD,
NOTE. —We are Agents for POLLOCK & PREIDRNRI'IH, Lvlie-i II m l and
Made SHOES in .ill Styles and Prices. We alio h ive Ladies 11 ind-Ma ie Shoe* for Trad*
Feet. The above goo Is we intend to carry in .all sizes and widths.
WHEN PINE SHOES of every description MADE TO ORDER and icu-maint
absolutely squeikless. A fine French Calf High Oxford, MADE to ORDER for tb
P Sj
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- iKrULLMAN’S
NEW
m. No. n WEST ST.. ANNAPOLIS. MD.
Fancy and Toilet Articles. M
This Store is fitted up with all modern
improvements and latest designs accord
ing to the idea of leading druggists of
jgp. this country as to the requrement of a
Complete Pharmacy.
m. Prescriptions a Specialty, Prescriptions a Specialty,
All Popular 5 and lO Cent* Cigar*.
B. F. Gravely Best Brand Tobacco.
IMPORTED CIGARS, &c.
fefe b fafefefes s
MRS. L. H. REHN,
SPRING and SUMMER
STOCK OF
Millinery and Notions
COHSISTUtO or
BONNETS, and HATS,
FEATHERS, FLOWERS,
RIBBONS, NETS,
LACE and GIMPS,
Also an assortment of
HATS TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
MRS. L. H. REHN,
Main Street, Opp. City Hotel.
BlMkimithing
AND
SfIEELWRIGHTWG
THE business heretofore conducted by
O. PELDMEYER, on Carroll street
will hereafter be carried on by
W. H. FeldLmeyer,
who will be pleased to see all former pat
rona, as well as new ones. Guaranteeing
FIRST GLASS WORK
n every undertaking or no charge.
DAYTONS, McCAUL WAGONS, AL
BANY CUTTERS, &c.,
On hand and built to order.
BlaektmUhing in General,
llorets oeing in Particular
|WPrices to suit the times.
1 W H PELDMEYER
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
GEO, E, FRANKLIN & CO J
90 Main St., Annapolis- I
HAS A FINK ASSORTS*** or K
GROCERIES! I
CANDIES and NETS. |
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Wooden and Willow Ware, |
China, Glass and Stone Waft I
Canned Goods, of all kinds.
Sugar Cured Ha® 1 1
Shoulders and Breast-
Hardware, Carpenter's Too* I
Agricultural I copied 11 * ■
Saddles, Harness, |
Trunk Straps* f
Agents for Longman and I
READY MIXED ■
Together with a General^ 5 * 1 I
meat of I
G. E. FRANKLY
90 Main I
1
Liquor
Mir*£ *OM yr pf ClFlk I
DUUIrfES GOLDEN
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