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BADGE IIC4BUIO TM#t LATEST FAD.
Bow ltrltUH TourW* tto by An Ainorloan Citizen. “I just met a very diKtinguislwd man ou BroadwAf, 1 ' said an Englirlt tourist lately landed to me the jpth**r day. “He wa* a iiH*mter of some order or other. I'm not sure whether it was French or Italian. I think he belongs to more than one. ** Ten minutes later I met this distin guished man. and his orders " ere neither French nor German. He was a member of the Barbers* Protective Asso iation, an east sale athletic club, and a dancing coterie. Tins mistake on the jiartof the British tourid calls to mind the fact that one man out of ten that are met on any of the upper thoroughfares wears badges of some sort or other. Most of the badges are small and some are rich and costly in design, and as a rule they are worn on the left lajiel of the coat where a boutton nier usually appears. When tlie reader rememliers that there are itt this country over five thousand seer t societies, son:e large and pnaqier oc.s, hut most of which are confined to the town that gave them birth, and that most of the members wear some dis tinctive L-ulge, this wonderful growth in th • badge w earing fad is not really so wonderful after all. Ye terday I met ou 6th awenue a tall titan, w ith a military air, who would June l*ecn taken for a field marshal at least iu any foreign city. I analysed the badges that covered his w aistcoat like rounds of the “Jacob’s ladder” that National Guardsmen wear. The list was as follows: Masonic—Blue Lodge, Chapter, Coun cil, Commandery, Lodge of Perfection, Temple of Mecca. Knights of Pythias. Order of Foresters. Ancient Order of American Workmen. Legion of Honor. Grand Army of the Republic. Ninth reg iment, National Guards. That w as all, but as each order had its badge, and as each badge was worn, the waistcoat looked like the breast of the Prince of Wales in his dress parade cos tume. Of course few badge w earers go to this extreme, but enough of them have their special vanities to make the fad a marked one in this big city of fads.— [New York Herald. She Wanted That Hat. On a Western and Atlantic train that pulled out of Atlanta recently was a negro woman who had paid her fare to Chattanooga. When on the outskirts of the city her 25 cent straw hat was blown through a window. She jumped up and pulled the bell cord. The train stopped, and when the conductor rushed into the coach he saw the woman disappearing through the opposite door. While the woman was chasing her straw hat over the meadows the train pulled out and left her behind. Buchlen’s A mien BU. The best salve In the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Balt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents pea box. For ssle by J. Walter Hodges &Co I. A DIRS Needing a tonic, or children who want build ing up. should take _ BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. It la pleasant to take, cures Malaria. Indi gestion, lUliouauesa and liver Complaints. Excursion to Historic Battlefields. A series nf special excursions to the Battlefields of Cedar Creek, (Middletown) Winchester and Harper's Ferry, under the auspices of the Grand Army of tbe Republic are announced for September 16 tad Oct. 16,1890, affording a rare oppor tunity to visit tbe historic grouod where the contending hosts struggled for victory Tickets for these excursions will be •old from all ticket stations on tbe Balti more and Ohio R. It. east of the Ohio River at one fare for the round trio on September 15 and 16, and October 15 and 16,1890, valid for return journey ten days Including day of aale. For the accommodation of those desir ing to visit the Battlefields of Antietam and Gettysburg, the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co. will place on sale excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip to these points at Harper’s Ferry and Weverton, to be sold Sept. 16 to 24 Inclu sive, good to return until Sept. 25 inclu sive. Octtober 16 to 24 inclusive, good to return until Oct. 25th inclusive, for rates and time of trains call on or address Agents B. & O. R. R. Forced to Leve Home. Over 60 people were forced to leave their homes yesterday to call at their druggist’s for a free trial psekage of Laae T s Family Medicine. If your bloed is bad, your liyer and kidneys out of order, if you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexUn, don’t fail to call on any druggist to-day for a free sample of this grand remedy The iadlee praise it. Everyone likes It Large-size package 50 cents. snaiiia nohi sarong fj.no UJOM TI'B PUTS afVdA T® O J JI Own m Home—Stop Paying Rent The Granite State Provident Association of It. H., which has organized and is now represented by a Local Board of our sen citieens In tk w dig, with a large number of shares sold, offers you the privilege, of Owning the House you now reside tn, or property as valuable, for the monthly neat you are now paying. Any person who can saye a dollar or more a month, may, by securing shares in this Association,enter into the posses sion of his Own Home. Property will be purchased in any lo cality in the City or County, wherever the value may be sufficiently assured. Members need no luge amount of money to obtain the advantage of the system of rent purchase adopted by this association hot any person can obtain n loan by sub scribing to share of the same. ft Shares will purchase property at ft 800. IS *t w M H J OQQ 15 “ - ** 2.400. D M H •* m ea Any further information will be gladly given by R. G. Elliott, Secretary of tbe I Local Board of the Association for this city—who Is authorised to solicit for The Use Of Harsh, drastic purgatives to relieve costive ness is a dangerous practice, and more liable to fasten the disease on the patient than to cur* it What is needed is a medicine that, in effectually opening the bowels, corrects th*- costive habit and establishes a natural daily action. Such an aperient is found in Ayer’s Pills, which, while thorough in action, strengthen as well as stimulate the bowels and excretory organs. “ For eight years I was afflicted w ith con stipation. which at last became so bad that the doctors could do no more for me. Then 1 began to take Ayer’s Pills, and soon the bowels became regular and natural in their movements. lam now in excellent health.*’ —Wm. H. DeLaucett. Dorset. Chit •• When I feel the need of a cathartic, I take Ayer's Pills, and find them to be more Effective Uian any other pill I ever took.” Mrs: B. t. Grubb, liurwellville, Va. “ For years I have tieen subject to consti pation and nervous headaches, caused by de rangement of the liver. After taking various remedies, I have become convinced that Ayer’s Pills are the best. They liave never failed to relieve my bilious attacks in a short time; and I ain sure my system retains its | tone longer after the use of these Pills, than has l>een the ease with any other medicine I have tried.”—ll. S. Sledge, Weimar, Texas. Ayer’s Pills, PREPARED BT Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Bold by M Dealers la Medicine. II f# Ttaehrr —it by tbe use of woitrsJCME ß|ackin s you save ono pair of Bhoeo a year, end a bottle at 16 cents lasts thre>„ months, for bow niony years blacking will ono year s saving In shoo Loatber pay 7 Atk in Drug, l 'tint ■•ml U.m r t'unutliitiy .s torrtfitr Pik-Ron. •■hick will Stain Old new FunNitur.i Ititftish WILL Stain Class and Chinawarc a f f/ it , WILL Stain Tinware same will Stain tour Old Oaskcts time. will Stain Bast's Coach and f AS A 'ttt r \ r • T*. WOLFF RANDOLPH, Philadelphia. HUMPHREYS’ Da. Hrxi-HJiXTi’ Srscuncs are scientifically aad carefully prepared prescriptions ; usod for many years in pri vate practice with success.and for ovet thirty years used by the people. Every single Spe cincfts a special cure for the disease named. These Sped tics cure without drugging, purg ing or reducing the system, and are In fact and deed the sovereign remedies of the World. ukt or muncxtal aos. ctjww. r rices. Fevers, Congestion, Inflammation .. !l > < i Worms, Worm Fever. Worm Colic.. .5 [J ; : Crying Colic, or Teething of Infants .-. li > . Diarrhea, of Children or Adults.... i i Dysentery; Griping,Bilious C011w... i ( I Cholera Morbus, Vomiting i >1 1 ’ Coughs, Cold, Bronchitis ,‘c I i Neuralgia, Toothache,Faceache Sib I i Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo ,5 tl i li Dyspepsia, Bilious 5t0mach......... .| W knttrrssfd or Painful Periods. ,< >l l : ‘ : Whites, too Profuse Periods... ) c :; Cross, Cough, Difficult Breathing ... li i i ) Halt Rheum, Erysipelas. Emotions. .11 j : : I Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains.,.. .U > : ( t Fever and Ague, Chills, Malaria j << ' Piles. Blind or Bleeding ••••••••• i! ) Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in the Head ~ii j |i I Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs. ,5 1 > , General Debt Illy, Physical Weakness . 5 1 Nervous Debility : 0 criunry Weakness, Wetting Bed. .L 3’4 Diseases of tbelleart, Palpitation 1.00 Sold by Druggists, or sent nostpald os receipt of price. Dr huhthrets’ Manual, (1M pages) rfnhly bound in cloth and gold, mailed free. Humphreys’ .\lediclneCo.li® Fulton St. N Y, SPECIFICS. el y ’ 8 Catarrh emu SALMIPL ,M •naiiri m^CnFAhA Rk\W w sets flammatio n .Bp* / M Heals Sores, Restores the Senses ofWPS’Vra,1 ; Taste SmeU. MAT “▼“■if TRY THE CURE. A particle is applied Into each nostril and ii agreeable. Prloe 60 cents at drnurgists; by mail, registered, 80 eta. ELY BROTHERS, 68 War ren Street, New York. 1-8-ly, By Paying 5 Per Cent Down AND 2 PER CENT. A MONTH YOU CAN OWN REAL ESTATE that will add its original cost of purchase to its value every year for 10 years to come, be sides an elegant income from the investment —located in either of the following cities : Little Rock, Ark.; Stuttgart, Ark.; Memphis, Tenn ; Mason, Ga.; Birmingham, Ala.; Roan oke, Va.; Pittsburg. Kan ; Tacoma, Wash.; Seattle, Wash, or Houston, Tex. We agree to purchase for you, take title in your name or the name of a trustee, see when good prices can be realised, return to you the principal, 8 Per Cent. Interest one one-halt all profits. Investments made of large or shall amounts. Money draws but 8 or 4 per cent, in savings banks. The Bans cannot be safer than the Real Estate. Send for full particulars to EQUITABLE LOAN & TRUST CO, 76 Montgomery St.. sIS 8m Jersey City, X. J. 3]] ScMtJtß \r%a£ W’S r _j€aie. Pi**. Waßuk ii —™ mkanl M tOB4 f JUftft 5 ißHnlinfta ” . ■ COAL, WOOB, AJSTID FEED- William Duval, Jr., DRALKK 1* COAL WOOD and FEED, Office No. 72 West St. Has in store a large supply of COAL, WOOD ASD FEED, Wbicb he is retailing at the verv LO VV EST PRICES. His SI 3 LIT WOOD, business will be continued us heretofore by delivery, in any qualities desired, at your resi dence or on the street. * Orders left at the Office will be promptly filled, and Clean Coat, Good Measure and Weight guaranteed. 2 ‘240 lb. to a Ton. ■■ TSE UEf SESISM The Covered Fail, The Sealed Bottle. Thatcher Manufacturing Co], Potsdam,.N, Y. THE MILK IS MORE CLIAKLY. Not being exposed to the odors andcontamina- //|fl tions of city air; to the // l,w|V moving dust and dirt of if 1 iIfVA the streets; to the rain; to f J the drip from the soiled ijmHfflH hands of the driver. ITS QUALITY MAY BK iwlijil SEEN AT ONCE, jffiftffiSLlL * |The Cream at the top is a guarantee of its abundance. The color of the milk of its purity. WILL KEEP SWEET LONGER. When drawn from the udder of the cow to the Milk Protector the cover of the pail keeps out all hair and dandruff, also filth and odor from the stable. The milk is then removed to the fhilk house, cooled and bottled immediately. BETTER FLAVOR, • The jars being small at the top, and full, the milk is not effected by the mo tion of the cars or wagon, and escapes being churned, as in larger vessels, and is absolutely free from the metallic fla vor so often noticed in tin. HOW TO USE BOTTLED MILK. Do not open the iar until desired for use. Put in a refrigerator or on the cellar bottom. If cream is desired for tea or coffee the jar can be placed on the table and unsealed when wanted for use, or the cream can be poured off or removed with a spoon. If whole milk is desired turn the jar upside down and shake it well with cover on, the cream will unite with the milk read ily asit has never been exposed to the air. " T! MARK WELL. We intend to deliver milk in this city in a purer, fresher, SWEETER and cleaner manner than has ever been ac complished before. The milk will be good as it comes from healthy cows fed on sound and nutritious food. No de caying vegetables or sour slops will be Families supplied daily by addressing J BEARDMORE. 5 28 P. O. Box 251, Annapolis, Md. Most Brillian t Pure & Per feet Lenses in the World. Combined with Great Refracting Power THEY ARB A8 TRANSPARENT AND COL ORLESS AS LIGHT ITSELF. Testimonials from the leading physicians in the governors, senators, legis lators, stockmen, men of note in all profes sions and in different branches of trade, bank ers, mechanics, etc-, can be given, who have bad their sight improved by their use. ALL EYES FITTED AXD THE FIT GUARANTEED At the Drug Store of J. W. HODGES k CO., Annapolis Md. These glasses are not supplied to peddlers at any prioe. A. K. HAWKES, flB Wholesale Depots : Atlanta, Ga.; Austin, Tex 0-0 TO <9 NICHOLS’ j 1101 ii FANCY MSI | house,; I (a) - ■ —i -I, 80 Main St., Opp. City Hotel. THE largest assortment of TOYS and FANCY GOODS ever introduced in this city, consisting in French and Bo hemian variagated GLASSWARE, of the most delicate colors and designs suitable for presents. ALSO BABY CARRIAGES, In Great Variety. Dolls asd Toys, Of every description, at prices to suit every body. We invite the citizens of Annapolis to call and inspect our stock of Goods before you do your purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods— but a pleasure. Remember the name end place. J.H. 8. NICHOLS, 80 Main 8t opp, City Hotel. / ** i ikr GET YOUR Biadt-Mam Fall Clothings FROM lie H REHN’S Cor. Main St. ft Market Space ANNAPOLIS, MD. THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF Dry A Fancy Goods, Genii Furnishing Goode, - motions, dee., IN THE CITY. Call and Examine my Fall Stock of Good before going to Baltimore, and you will save time and money. Also CARPETS, RUGS and OIL CLOTH Of any Quality and Variety. tgTDon’t f a u to call at I*. Corner Main Street and Market Snare. HUGHES’ Combination Ladder. This Ladder is Especially Adapted for Far mers, Painters, Tinners, Paper-Hingers, Bricklayers, or in fact anyone using a ladder. We wish to call your attention to the merits of the HUGHES’ COMBINATION LADDER, of which we are the manufacturers at Laurel, Md., It can be converted into an 8-16 or 24 foot Straight Ladder: into a Single or Doub'e Platform Step Ladder, into a Self Sup porting Ladder Id feet high and a Scaffold 8 feet high and 8 feet long.—and ail these combination iu the shortest possible time For painting signs or buildings or decor ation, trimming shrubbery, or trees and gatht ering fruit or stacking hay, we are confiden this is just the ladder you need. It is very convenient in case of fire either in getting on a building or escaping from it. It can be folded up into 8 foot lengths and kept up stairs. It is easily put in shape for use, any one can handle it, It is both light and strong and made of the best material and manner. Considering the various ushs to which it can be put, it is undoubtedly the cheapest ladder ever made. It is just as necessary to have a convenient ladder about the house as an ax or hatchet, you cannot well be without one about house cleaning time for cleaning windows, white washing, painting hanging pictures, Ac. In case of a fire by having a ladder handy you can save not only property but notun frequen tly life as well. F. E. STEVENS, S-15 51 Princ-s George St .-Annapolis. WILSON & SON 29 ft 31 Main Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD.. Have In Store the Largest Assortment of Stoves, Ranges A Renters, Of the best and improved patterns In mar ket, which they are offering to the public AT BOTTOM PRICES. FIRE-PLACE HEATERS, Repaired and putln perfect order and satisfaction guaranteed. FURNACES, Repaired and put In perfect order, and satisfaction guaranteed A Large Assortment of KITCHEN TINWARE Cheaper than ever, or will make to order any desired tinware* ALS PLUMBING, in all its branches done at short notice and at low prices. TIN and SHEET IRON WOORKERS. We make a specialty of this branch of our business, In the way of ROOFING and SPOUTING. EFOrdjjs from the county receive prompt attention. Call and examine our stock before purchasing. We furnish all kinds of castings for Stoves and furnaces at abort notice. WILSON A SON, "J*** * HrC2rT*>ne. 0.-* rr in looUitr e*a rm **WV*Row W%m w* MMI t* Una* who *B— tw wyt * P*y Mnynm, fright, rtt A*ar BY INDUSTRY WE THRIVE? Sign of the Big Boot Boot and Shoe Line |l|B MITCHEU'S Boot and Shoe House Summer Shoes, Tan Shoes, Spo'Ung Sho *w£Ei* W Defy Competition in Price <m<> ,'^dt W. B. IFEITTOISr, —MAH UPACTUBRR OP Monumental and Cemetery Work, * AND BPBCIAL AGENT POK TUB Keystone Slate and Soapstone Works OP PHILADELPHIA, PA. Wo. 77 Maryland 4ve„ Annapolin, Aid. I am offering extra bargains in CEME TERY WORK during the months of January and February. I have TWO MONUMENTS, designs new, will sell cheap ; also one large HEAD STONE, valued at $125.00, will sell for SIOO.OO if ordere before Spring. W. B. FENTON, 77 Maryland Avenue. BEAR THIS IN HIND THAT WILSON & CARR, Is the place to go to get a Neat, Nobby, Stylish Fitting SHOE ! SHOE! In all the Newest Nbapeß lor LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN, GENTLEMEN, BOYS and YOUTH pjgg lH$ b 0 jM- 1 Tlj 8 d 0 O W w B <y n ■■ G) IN BUTTON, LACE and. CONGRESS, '4 ___ t'd All Styles Patten LeatherJShoes, _ In Button, Lace and |€ongr* $5.00, $5.00, .A.T WIL.SONT db CABB. Nos. 4&6 W. Baltimore, St. No. 4N. Charles St. BALTIMORE, MD. MTGoods Shipped to all parts of the Globe. Gustav Bbuder, FTIA.O riOAL ) PIANO TUNER & REPAIRER 1 *Ko. 100 Kins George Bt.,Aaupolli, Md. Particular attention paid to repairing and tuning Pianos. 1138 m WM. K. SHIELDS, Barber & Hair Dresser Cor. State Circle and Comhlll St. Particular attention paid to Sharing, Hair Cutting, Shampooing, Hair Dyeing, &c. Also Razors set and guaranteed to give satisfaction or no charge. Cleanliness a speciality in this shop. Give me a trial. PREPAHfe YOU I R „ u „, FOR COLLEGE "Y Address. Institute. B* 1109* Philadelphia > OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING , STEAU —AND — OAS-FITTING. John Johnsoß Ho. 11 Ntmt House ANNAPOLIS, MD. Having bought out the and goou will of Mr. James ?• I am prepared to do I T PlHfrm& tias & sf IN AU ITS BRANCH*** In a most practical “ d gutf* manner at lov rates, and satlsfact **--* I