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MBLUHtB OAU.V. t*Q*!*t *JIbATfc Tm Kvestno Capital. win iw* served fey o trrter* to autecrtbors in the city at cw:U * week, or mailed to anyaddr- 6# in the United ttatot for so jt* per month, oent tor three month*. # 1.7 ft for six months, or fS.on per year, invariably in advance. Unlew the tmoecriptlon, as above, is paid in advance, an c >nta per month or #B.BO per year will pcei- Ureiy be charged. MT'Correspondence oontaininy inierestin* new* solicited from every part of the county iar~Address all Letter* and Telegrams to tie KVKNINO CAPITAL. taTTbli paper baa a larger buna Site city o>r iklatiuu than ail tbe other papers iu the city of tanapolU conlihied WM. M. ABBOTT, - - - EOiroa FRIDAY, - - April, 17, 1891 Our Colored Population. Fifteen sixteenths of all the col ored people in theUuion are found in the District of Columbia aud the seventeen states of Alabama, Ar kansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia. The whole colored pop ulation in the State, and district named aggregate 6,906,100. The white population in the same states and district number 16,869,205. This is in the proportion of a little more than four colored persons to ten white ones in the locality nam ed, which includes the most popu loua colored districts in the coun try. We have therefore at present over 7,000,000 negro inhabitants. in tbreo states, Mississippi, Louis iana, and South Carolina, the col ored population outnumbers the white. Bat in ouly one of these states, Mississippi, has the negro population gained on the white since 1880, and that is accounted for by the large immigration from other states during the decade. Ne groes have flocked into Mississippi from the eastern states of the south. Black has also gained slightly on white in Arkansas, South Carolina and West Virginia. In all others the white people have made a de cided proportional increase over the blacks. The fear, therefore, that the white man is to be driven out of a portion of the south by negroes through sheer force of superior in crease of population is proved by the eleventh census to be ground less. Jay Gould is said to be in bad health. The cause of his illness is due to grid—that is, to the peculiar species he caught some time ago on railroads. Tufkb is no reason to believe that the Sugar Trust will got con trol of the Curtis Bay Keflnery. That trust is a good thiDg not to trust.— Balto. American, If things grow desperate, Uncle Sam might order the lion. Wm. F. Cody to Home to knock the warlike chip off King Humbert’s royal shoulder, says the Baltimore Amer ican, No clue thus far has beeo discov ered of the brutal murder of Mrs. Kiohards, at her home, on Sunday night, in Cecil county, which has aroused the deepest sympathy for the wounded husband and bereaved motherless children. Appaoposof the recall of the Ital ian Minister, Ex-Secretary Thomas F. Bayard is preparing au article for the May Forum on the power of the United States to enforce treaties violated within a State’s jurisdiction Though suggested by the present controvesy with Italy, this paper will cover the whole ground thor oughly, and will refer also especial ly to cases that arose during Mr. Bayard’s own diplomatic experience. Ihesame number of The Forum will contain an explanation of the new Commonwealth of Australia, which has just been formed, by Sir Roderick Cameron, of New York, who is perhaps the best informed man in the United States on Aus tralian subjects, having been knigted by the Queen for eminent services to Australia by promoting trade with America. The new Australian Commonwealth is a mat ter of great pride to Americans, bt cause in great measure it has adop ted the Constitution and many cf the political institutions of our own country. A Safe Investment la one which is guaranteed to bring woo satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On phis safe plan you can buy from our ad- , pertised Druggist a bottle of Dr King’s , new Discovery for Consumption. Ilia fimsranteed to bring relief in every case, I Brnen used for any affection of Throat. Kung or Chest, such as Consumption, i Knfi animation of Lungs, Whooping i Rough, Croup, etc , etc. It is pleasing < Spd agreeable to taste, perfectly safe and ■an saw ays be depended upon. Trial ■oilles free at City Drug Store, j | ONE ENJOYS Both the method aud results when iiyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver aud Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head- I 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 aud truly l>eneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most ’ healthy ami agreeable substances, its • many excellent qualities commend it t to all and have made it the most . popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug > gists. Any reliable druggist who i 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 BAN FRANCISCO, CAL LOUISVILLE, Ki. NEW YORK. N Y MORTGAGEE’S SALE —OF A— HPIISE k LOT, On Charles St. .Annapolis, Md. BY -VIRTUE of a power of sale con tained in a mortgage from Thomas 11. Young and wife, to Mary M. Taylor, dated fourteenth day of September, 1888, and recorded among the Land Records of Anne Arundel County, in Liber S. H. No. 88, folio 426, etc., the undersigned, as attorney mentioned in said mortgage, will offer to Public Sale on the premises, iu the City of Annapoliß, on Wednesday, the 22nd Day of April. 1891, AT 12 O’CLOCK M. The following property : —All that LOT OF GROUND situate in the City of Annapolis on the Northwest side of Charles Street, fronting on said Charles Street forty-two feet, and running back to South Street, and fully described in a Deed of Lease thereof from Theodore Monroe and wife to Thomas H. Young, dated the sixth day of April, 1882, and -recorded among the Lund Records of Anne Arundel County, in Liber S 11. No. 19, folio 802, etc., and improved by a FINE BEIGE EESIDENCE, two stories aud back building, a good stable and other out buildings, also a small tenement house on South Street, subject to an annual ground rent of ninety three dollars, payable in two sums of 846.60 each on April 6th and October 6th respectively. TERMS OF SALE One half cash on ratification of sale, the balance in one year, to be secured by note of purchaser to satisfaction of undersigned, and to bear interest from day of sale, or all casa at option of purchaser. A deposit of SIOO.OO will be required on day of sale. JAMES M. MUNROE, 3 26 td Attorney named in Mortgage. mortgagee’s SALE —OF A— tail house & LOTiaii IN THE SECOND DISTBICT. BY VIRTUE of a power of sale con tained iu two mortgages, one from George Robinson and wife to The Work ingmens’ Building and Loan Associa tion, dated on the twenty-second day of September, 1885, and recorded among the Land Records of Anne Arundel County, in Liber 8. H., No. 26.F01i0415, etc., duly assigned to James M. Munroe; the other from George Robinson to Har riet Ennis, dated on the nineteenth day of September. 1890, and recorded among the Land Records of Anne Arundel County, in Liber 8. H., No. 37, Folio 544, etc., the undersigned, as Attorney and Assignee, will offer to Public Sale, at the Court House Door, in the City of Annapolis on Wednesday, the 22nd Day of April, 1891, ATIIALV FAST TLX O'CLOCK A. M. All that LOT OF GROUND situate in the Second election district of Anne Arun del County, on the Public Road leading from Annapolis to South River Bridge, containing ONE ACRE OF GROUND, more or less, and described in a deed from R. M. Padgett and H. L. Padgett to Geo. Robinson, dated on the thirty-first day of March, 1883, and recorded among the Land Records of Anne Arundel County, in Liber S. H. No. 21, fol o 357, etc., im proved by a Frame Dwelling Souse. TERMS OF SALE:—One half cash on ratification of sale; the balance in one year, to be secured by note of purchaser to satisfaction of undersigned, and to bear interest from day of sale; or all cash at the option of purchaser. A deposit of $50.00 will be required on day of sale JAMES M. MUNROE, 3-26-td Attorney and Assignee. LORAINE. Sired by COUPON. Record. 2.27. Brother to MORRIS S. Record 2.24. I wish to call the attention of my pa trons oi last season that LORAINE will make stand in Annapolis at TAYLOR'S LIVERY STABLE, and on NORTH SEVERN as he did last season, and I will be pleased to be favored again by vour patrunage. “LORAINE” is much Improved in Style, Action and Speed and is vet faultless in disposition, and it de ci-ledly the best bred Ntoek and Trotting Mtallion South of Baltimore I ask as a special favor that you -ex amine LORAINE before pledging your mares to any other horse. You will nev er regret him a* a choice. For informalio~, apply to . A. A. JOYCE, Annapolis, or S 11m H. B. JOTCE, G&mbrills, Md fc'-sSraStt: ...SfcjnAShl- *2* Ist zb Peerless Steam Cooker The Cheapest and Best. Is Acknowledged by Thousands to be Beyond Competition. No Steam in the House! No Offensive Odors! No Heavy Kettles! No Burned Feed No Frosted Windows! No Crowded Stove! No Damp Walls 1 No Tough Meat! After years of study the inventor bai perfected a Cooker that meets the de maud of the housekeeper and excels all others in simplicity and ease of manage ment It is especially adapted to family use. I have taken the agency and will be pleased to furnish any of the citizens of our city aud county. I have one in use and it gives entire satisfaction and there are over one hundred in use in An napolis. The following is one of many certificates from our citizens who hav the “Cooker” in use: I have been using for two months, the i Peer let b Cooker and would not be with out it for tea times its cost. It is the best kitchen utensil out, and saves labor and worry, and indeed I can hardly find words to express its excellence. It h simply a perfect cooker. W. G. Tuck. Any further information I will cheer i fully give by addressing. E. E. CONNSE, d2tf 8 Churcn Circle, Annapolis, Md NOVELTIES, —IX— Ladies’, Children & Misses MILMNEBY A full stock, well selected, of *ll the Latei Novelties in BATS, BOSKETS, BISSONS, fEATBEBS Birds and Millinery goods generally. Fancy Goods, &c Kid, Silk and Lis.* Thread GLOVES, in all shades, CORSETS oi all kinds, Hosiery, and Ladies’ Underwear, Cambric, Swiss and Color ed Embrodery’e, Collars Cuff* and Kuching. Mrs. M. F. HOLIDAYOKE 62 MAIN STREET, Annapolis, Md FOR CHEAP and PURE DRUGS —CALL AT THE— Central Drug Store WM. L. MARCY & CO., PROPRIETORS, 14 and 16 State Circle, Annapolis, Md. Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Ac., &c. Patent Medicines, Horse and Cattl. Powders, Bhot-Acha, the best Furniture Polish, Ac. Physicians’ orders promptly filled and Prescriptions carefully and accurately compounded Day or Night, by Practical and Experienced Druggists. 133 t W. L. MARCY ft CO., Cor. State Circle and East St., Aanapolis GEO, E. FRANKLIN & CO., 90 Main St., Annapolis, HAS A PINE ASSORTMENT Of I FAMILY~fiROGERIES. 1 CANDIES and NUTS. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., Wooden and Willow Ware, China, Glass and Stone Ware, Canned Goods, of aU kinds. Sugar Cored Hams, Shoulders and Breast. Hardware, Carpenter’s Tools, Agricultural Implements, Saddles, Harness, Trunk Straps, dfcc. Agents for Longman and Marlines, READY MIXED PAINTS, Together with a General Assort ment of Mercandiae. G. E. FRANKLIN & CO., 90 Umin Stroet, Aana—lis, ft#. | IVERILL PAINT \ < \ f| OUTWEARS ALL OTHERS J [ \ Then fast it the best and moat eeoeoml \ I 1 l l If Hr. Stow box* an tuifnM article (I A and bu to paint ftmr tin** In a brief period, \ f end jpn bay the “Averftfaad paint bat | ‘ , I once, do you not mve 7S*t Anrtll Paint A V katibnuHlnUKot; it Improve* the ap- * (> •* br<aea the value at your < | A 55?*2 I W- R Em been f.rferf fry Hate, for ’. 4 1 It'* been la me S year*. Sample card of |) A laehionabU- tint* and uoaitive proof at the > 0 durability at Avmll PAini to uyaddreen <> # fggf* i \ BASIL A PARLBTT, f 4 • Anaapolle. Md. 0 ii - v ,1 //V M ThbProfitls HDoWILT! ' Ho Tariff ok Our Goods ! ' Everybody Wants to Buy the Best. And Pat Their Honey Where It Hoes the Host. A3SHD THAT~PLACE IS BROOKS & BARTON, t Who will git* you th* full valu# for it. You can choo9 from Stvle, Variety, Beauty and Merit. jj Guaranteed Seasonable! Warranted Reasonable! Come right in and you will find our Store well filled with the best in Yew Styles all Through the Line. 5 Low Priced Attractions on Every Side. You Can't Help Being Pleased. ALL RIGHT GOODS AT ALL RIGHT PRICES. c If you are asking yourself where YOU CAN BUY THE BEST AND CHEAPEST, you can get your answer by calling on I Brooks fo Barton, NO. 18 MAIN STREET, • ANNAPOLIS, MD. NOTE. —We are Agents for POLLOCK & FEEIDENRICII, Ladies Hand and Machine Made SHOES in all Styles and Prices. We also have Ladies Hand-Made Shoes for Tender Feet. The above goods we intend to !j carry in all sizes and widths. w tSpT’MEN’S FINK SHOES of every description MADE TO ORDER and guaranteed absolutely squeakless. A line French CaH High Oxford, , MADE TO ORDER for $5. cal 3 * !■■■■■■■' w.i' ■■■■ mi wnp _ j ■ l .f Hl*! ' I P ■■■UP W>■ ■■!'! ■■■ W. B. FEETTOK, MANtJFACTUBSB OF Monumental and Cemetery Work, | AND BPBCIAL AGENT FOB THB Keystone Slate and Soapstone Works OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. 77 Hary land Ave., Annapolis, Hd. 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. BY INDUSTRY WE THRIVE ! Sign of the Big Boot Now if you want anything in the ■MIm Boot and Shoe Line mm mSnmwß ■telJilf Boot and Shoe House B||||! WEST STREET. jgjk Ladiea’ Shoes. htneii Shoes, Children's en B Boy s Shoes, In great variety, H Summer Shoes, Tan Shoes, Sporting Shoes. VBEP We Defy Competition in Price and Goods JJEAD THIS! ' THE FIDELITY BUILDING A LOAN ASSOCIATION, of Washington, D. C. Hu the best plan devised for securing a Home NO AUCTON~OF MONET. Any amount loaned repayable $lB per month on each SI,OOO advanced. Share* $1 per month, maturing in IC3 months for S2OO. Profit, S9B. NO BACK DUES REQUIRED. SIX PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOW ED ON SPECIAL PAYMENTS. Paid up Certificates for SIOO issued at SBO per share. 6 per cent per annum paid on pur chase pries, semi-annually. | .OFFICERS: HARRISON DINGMAN, Pres. • GEO. W. LEACH. V. Pres , O. T. THOMPSON, Trena.. ALONZO TWEED ALE, Sec , ANDREW WALL, M'g'r, Gur. J. E. SMITH, Atty. Trustee*—American Security and Trust Company, A. T. Britten, Prea’t, Depository—Central National Bank. Full information will be cheer fully given by applying to A. LEHKIST, mS Special Agent, Most Brilliant, Pure & Per feet Lenses in the World. with Great Refracting Power. THET ABB AS TRANSPARENT AND COL ORLESS AS LIGHT ITSELF. Tutimonials from the leading physicians in the United. States, governors, senators, legis lators, stockmen, men of note In all profee * •ions and In different branches of trade, bank era. mechanics, ate., can be given, who have bad their sight improved by their use. ALL EYES FITTED an> m m Gcanajrrub At the Drug Store of J. W. ECIGJS 4(0 Annapolis Md. j These glasses are not supplied to peddlers st say priee. A. K. HAWKES, Wholesale Depots ; Atlanta, fa. Austin, Tex ! JOS. W. DUVALL, DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES 72 MAIN STREET, - ANNAPOLIS, ML. My Stock is selected with care and from first hands, and I am eiuibN to sell goods to advantage to purchasers My good* will always be fo i FRESH AND KJELI-AJELIE. We keep everything that is found iu a first-elass Family Grocery, such a, Povell & Go’s Minneapolis Superlative Flour. All Grades Flour by the back or Barrel. ! SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS, IN EVERY GRADE. Granulated Sugar 5 Cents Per Pound. THE CROWN FE-lISrCE COFFEE Composed of Government JAVA and MOCO—a first-class article, u up in two pound cans, expressly for family use, and Warranted Purr. FINE SUGAR-CURED HAMS, BACON, LARD, AC. & Complete Assortment of Iron-Stoae Ctiimwire At Prices ranging from 40 Cents up, per set. BUTTER, EGGS, CANNED GOODS, PICKLES, CHOW-CHOW. & c . CALIFORNIA and OTHER~FRUITS, TOILET and LAUNDRY SOAPS Spices of all kinds, Candles, Cakes, NnU, And a general assortment of goods kept iu a first-class Grocery Store. ► US A TRIAL ORDER and s?e how you are pleased.- Orders promptly tilled and good delivered free. ' JOS. W. DUVALL, 72 MAIN STREET, .... ANNAPOLIS, MI). 1891—SPRING and SUMMER—IB9I. INTRODUCING OUR NEW SPRING AND BUMMBB Men s CLOTHING Boy s FURNISHING GOODS WE HAVE OPENED OUR LINE OF MEN’S YOUTH’S & BOY’S SUITS, wiA Which are in quality and style of the best make, and newest designs, at BOTTOM PRICES. Vj ffl f\ MEN’S SUITS, in Cutaway and Sack Coats; ■ ! if J \ Material in Worsteds, Cheviot black and fancy y i I effects, Blue Flannels, fast color, also line ST* jf \ 1 DRESS SUITS, and Coats and Vests. 1 ! f — j I YOUTH’S SUITS, we have in Nobbv Styles both V"f j Ly Dark and Light Colors, at ALL PRICES. * BOYS SUITS, we carry a Large Stock, made | j -l * strong and durable, Sizes from 4to 14 years. h jft OF SHIRTS, we have a large line to suit the season. | II SCARFS of the Latest Patterns. And some thing entirely new in SUSPENI) K US, t lie I II; Vertical Slide Back, of which we i I have the exclusive sale in the city. '*ll MEN’S AND BOYS HATS, wehaveafull Hue i jpF of the latest Styles, and a large variety of > OTHER GOODS, we carry in stock. 23J“It will cost you nothing to examine our goods, and we will He pleased to hare you call. LOTJIS H. REHN, i Cor. Main St. and Market Space, Annapolis, Md. HIMELHEBER RKOS. , j GROCERIES, ■ O HINTAWARB. GIaASSWARE. a Candies and Fruits i ; A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 1 —A T— -40j0W PRICES.^ ’ Main and Francis Street, - Annapolis, M"-