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evening Capital.
published put. Sunday.
W. M. Abbott, - - Borrow
SATURDAY. - - Jly 8. 9®3
THIS PAPER.
Ii oa itu • we oooft Mores of the *r wto***
K |m im'm led lor It* deli eery *o latron#
• rvvt miMnuan U oeofti pw *•*. ‘9*
* ner wonts. *n<l (I.W per re*r
C. A r. TtkpbuPe. No. K.
ITow ear* have the Evssifta Capital mailed to
on b<o *; fro* ttiU eltr by leaving
your war end addrro# at thl office or at either
of tba bouktorro. Only 10 cent* • week or J
cento • month, a*.Uni to ftuy ftddraa* In the U. 8.
■ltd Canada. j
1903 JULY 1903'
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9 Quarter I p-m. M Quarter 1 / J>.in
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f| /Ilunn 1/ p. m. C/Monn Zt
New impulse is given to the general
study of music by the forthcoming
contest iu St. Louia
Karon rug line the ...
lii wluch two pian-
Bludyof Music. ars to compete
for the long-distance record} that is
to say, the laurel wreath will be given
to the one playing the greatest num
ber of hours without Intermission. Up
to thin time no musician has bean. abl%
to pus the 27-hour limit. True music
baa been much neglected of late, but
the St. Louis Olobe-Democrat thinka
there is promise for the future, If an
•lemeift of physical culture, now so
popular everywhere, can be introduced
into it. This will open the field of
music to a large class that hove here
tofore been shut out of the realm of
melody because of a faulty ear and an
infirm sense of rhythm. All these
whose rudimentary musical develop
ment lias enabled them to master only
such simple combinations as " 1 he Ar
kausuw Traveler" and “Old Dan Tuck
er" now stand as good a show as those
who revel in famous nocturnes and son
atas, if they happen to be gifted with
good flexors. For they esn play “The
Arkansaw Traveler” for 27 hours, and
it is a dead cinch that they can knock
out any feeble disciple of Wagnor or
Chopin, who can’t or won’t keep at it
more than half a day. Genius is be*
coming mure and more unimportant In
al the arts; it has long ago been given
up in the art of writing fiction. Po
•try has opened its arms to all the
world, and even the 27-hour muscular
pianist must eventually take a back
scat for the coming virtuoso who will
play with his toes.
The New York law fixes the maxi*
mum for speed at 20 males —and that
The Speed IXI th * ° P#n
The speen COTmtry> and with
of Aftinmobilea. an unimpeded road;
ten, eight and four miles respectively
are made a limit; the first in suburbs
and when passing schools or churches
in which exercise* are being held; the
secoud when within a fedius of half a
mile from a post office, when passing
horses or pedestrians, crossing a high
way. and in closely built portions of
cities under any circumstances; the
third when crossing a dam or cause
way lees than 20 feet in width. A
motor must be stopped at the request
of any ridet or driver. Fine* ranging
from SSO to $-'SO, and in case of a sec
ond or third offense imprisonment for
not over 30 days, are the penalties.
Whether these provisions are the best
possible, says the New York Outlook,
nsay be open to question; if they prove
too severe, public sentiment will lead
to theiT modification; but it Is beyond
dispute that there should be a cessa
tion of the danger and disoomfort (for
travelers on the highroad have a right
to comfort as well as life) caused 1 by
heavy-powered, noisy engines, some of
them resembling locomotives almost
as much as they do carriages, rushing
at railroad speed over roads which be
long to the whole public.
What many people have supposed
to be the roar of thunder is but
_ the oratorical fire-
The Sweet
works of the young
' “■“* '■ r duie. graduates coming
before the calahun light to tall the
public what they know about every
thing. About all the topics of the day
are thrashed over, and questions of
grfcat moment are settled triumphant
ly. If these problems would stay set
tled, the public would be grateful, but
problems, especially those pertaining
to economic conditions, are stubborn,
and refuse to remain squelched. As
President Draper says, the quality of
common sense must be in the nature
of the boy and cannot be put there by
schools. Education is a tool that can
be used or misused, according to the
desire of the possessor. Higher educa
tion la becoming more essential every
day, and the boy who neglects to get
It will nine times out of ten live to
regret it.
CASTOR IA
For Infant-, *ud Children.
Ha Kind You Han Always Bough!
TRUSTEES' SALE
r —OK VALUABLE—
MIttESUB
On sfnln wwt, AanapoHs
Maryland.
VIRTUB ofV decree of th* Circuit Coart
for Anne Arundel County, to Equity, P**ed on
lw an, <uy of July. 1903, to e cause to said Court
depending, whereto Walter V. Schaefer and other*
were plaintiff*, and Kelnharet Schaefer and other*
were defendant*, the undervit'oftd. Trustee*, will
offer to public rale at the COURT HOUSE dour to
the City of Annapofls. Maryland, on
Tuesday, the 4th day of August, 1903>
AT It O'CLOCK A. M..
ALL THAT LOT OK GROUND located on the
North aide of Mato Street, delgat*<l on the plat
made by John Duvall, surveyor, September. IS*,
and filed to the caac of Linden bom y*. Linden
born. No. Ull Equity, to the Circuit Court tor
Anne Arondel Itounty. aa let No. X being the
■ame tot of ground which wa conveyed to Henry
Schaefer, tote of AnnapolU, Maryland, deceased,
by Charles A. Zimmerman and wife, by deed
dated the sth day of May, I*. *“d recorded
amongst the Land Record# of Anne Arundel
County, to Liber 8. H., No. 43, Folio 544. and to
the said deed described, the said lot front# on
eald street SO feet three Inches, and ha* a depth
of autfut * feet, and U Improved by a
Three-Story Frame House,
occupied a* a Dwelitogjud Store, being now oc
cupied by the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company.
This 1* a mori desirable ba#ine## rite and offer* a
rare opportunity tor good Investment, the prop
erty yielding a good income.
TER MB OK SALK PRESCRIBED BY TUB
DKCKKK One-half cash on the ratification of
the sale, and balance payable In one year from
dayofaalo. deferred payment to be secured by
the uote of the purchaser with surely to the satto
tactlon of the Trustee*, and to bear Interest from
day of aale, or all rash at the option of the pur
chaser. A deposit of two hundred do,tor# on ac
count of the purchase money will .be required on
the day of sale. Taxes and rent to be adjusted to
the day of sale.
For further particular* apply to the undersigned
DANIHI. K. RANDALL,
JAMBS M. MUNKOK.
jylO Trustee*.
W.K. MIMKICK, Auctioneer. ,
TRUSTEE'S SALE
—OK
Property,
In llic City of Annapoll*.
liv virtue of a decree of the Circuit
Court lor Anne Arundel county, passed
in the case of Taylor vs. Taylor. No. 2500
Equity, the undersigned. Trustee, will
oner at public auction at the Ccurt House
door in the City of Annapolis, on
Tuesday, the 21st day of July, 1903,
AT 11 O’CLOCK, A. M„
all that lot of ground situate in the city of
Annapolis on the south side of Maryland
Avenue, and fronting on said street 3°
feet with a depth of 118 feet, said lot is
improved by
M Two Frame Dwelling Houses,
where the family of the late Owen M.
Taylor resided for many years.
TERMS OF SALE, as prescribed by
the decree One-third cash, one-third
in six months and one-third in twelve
months, or all cash at the option of the
purchaser or purchasers, the credit por
tions to bear interest and to be secured
to the satisfaction of the Trustee. A de
posit of lioq will be required of the pur
chaser on the day of stile.
JAMES R. BRASHEARS,
Trustee,
J. Roland Brady, Auctioneer. 622
TRUSTEE’S SALE
OF A—
VALUABLE LOT
IY ANtfAPOUN.
BY VIRTUE or a decree of tbe ClrcnU Court
tor Anne Arundel C naty. dated March th. IWS.
aud passed in an fiuulty cause In Court
pending, wherein Llr.rie Johnson and Robert
Johnson, et al.. were complainants and John r.
McGowan, and John T. McGown. Admnils rator
of Jocob M. McGowan will
alirnnd aa TrUl>tOfl DUIUtHI 1U R&iU (iCOrCt , Will
COURT HOUSE door,
Annapolis, on
TUESDAY, JULY 21st, 1903,
at xsa O’CLOCK NOON,
ALL TUB REAL ESTATE mentioned to said pro
ceedings. whereof Jacob M. McGowan dleCsolsad,
consisting ol a triangular Lot of Ground. Iroutlug
1*) feet on the south side of Faea Street, wberw
the greatest depth Is 75 feet and the least I* A
feet and containing 6368 square feet of land, more
or less, improved with a
Small Frame Dwelling.
Tht* property front* upon the new height yju"d#
of the Short Line Railroad and 1* *u*ou>tlble of
profitable improvement, partlci.lsrly
purpose*. In a new and growing part of the city.
TERMS OF SALK, prescribed by the decree:-
One-third In cash, the balance In two equal tuUV
incut* of six and twelve months, or all cah at the
opriem of the purchaser; credit to bear
Interest from the day of *ale, and to be secured to
the satisfaction of the undersigued.
ROBERT MOSS.
DANIEL R. RANDALL,
jjj Trustee.
Milk FromHealihy Cows
I Lave had mv herd of Cows thoroughly 1 fried
the Agriculture Department of the U. B.Bureau
of Animal Industry and all t"* B Cow reacuto were
killed, and all new ones that have been pur
chased. have been tested by a member ofthe U.
s Burvau, and also t>y • member of the Li*c
Stock State Sanitary Board of thn State of Mary-
Stable* are In Sanitary condition and have
w* examined by the Stale laajrector of Dairy
Stable*, of which 1 have a report from the State
B< ready to supply the jK-ople ofApnapWla
with Milk from the ouly tested herd of cattle that
there Is about A ana polls. Person* that have CUl*
dr, u and others that depimU on Mt'ka* a in>url*h
ment. *honld be very careful of their opply. e
pecially in warm weather, . .
*Mllk Seta, per quart, delivered In gl*”
daily and on aale at James il. Murdoch s store
MarViaini Avenue, aud all ordeie left at the riore
will receive prompt attention,or address
€. E. KEWMMI,
•11 * P. O. Box ITS. Annapolto, Md.
Or to the Driver of Green berry Farm Dairy Wagoa
Notice to Creditors.
XIOTK’K IS nBKBBY GIVEN. That the sah
ecriberef Anne Arundel county, has obtained
from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arnndel county
ns Maryland. Letters of Administration on the
personal estate ftf
asnik stencil.
lateor Anne Avundelconnly.deceased. All Person
having claim* against the deceased, are hereby
to exhibit Ute same, with the vouche:.
tharcof to Ute subscriber, on or before the 15th
January. 1904. They mav otherwtoe, by
law be excluded trom all benefit ofthe said estate.
All’person* indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under mv hand thl* 14th day of July. 1908.
H. VOKBTMG.
Administrator.
t aWTOHIA.
***- Tto DudYoatoff MwatsßoogH
todHoasßS and Lots^
FOR JSALE.
H. 6. ELLIOTT,
Seal EuUle AfL
Arundfil Building, Annapolifi, Md.
Has far sate Mvaral dftfttiable ptooaft of prop
erty tocattOß a
Chan* Street
Green Mtrwt
West dtreet
Market tsnaoa
Uoliaad Street"
Franklin Btroet
Market Mtroet
Acton Lane ,
Clay Btreet.
Also FINE OUTTAOS on Spa Koad near city,
and several destraUto UtT* to Eaaxport, also a
i“kTUI{Y FRAME HOUBE and urral Weal
AnnapolU.
gyrtwai for Commercial Union Fire Insur
ance Company of Loudon olsm
taiies.Jrowiißs.
JOHN V. ANDERSON,
as WEST STRUCT, Annapolis
(Mr*. Herald** old eland.)
Special Sale of Toilet Jars at $ 1.00
Beautifully .Decorated.
Anns Afondel Vfigfitabled, Buttar and Eggs
Received frefth dally.
Also a complete supply 0l fresh and relia
ble goods. such as
Oumed Goods Smoked Meats
Butter, Laid, Eggs Balt MeAts
Sugar, (Joflees, Tm Poultry
Dried Fruits Tobacco and Oigars
Vegetables, eta o*keg. Oandies, etc
Also LAMB • BROS. MAMS.
CHINAWARB A SPECIALTY.
KAI’PKK BNUFK, (Star Brand.)
PRICKS TO SUIT THB TIMKS.
JOHY
68 Wait Street, Annapolis. Md.
SEP* Vlilt our Store. Good* delivered free. 3
CHAS. OATES.
* I 26 Francis St., Annapolis. * ►
! Practical Tile Setter i|
j * ■■ i i
<► Marblcizcd Slate, Hard
' ► Wood and Marble < ►
! I Mantels. J ►
!>— * *
< 1 Marble Encaustic and En- * J
j \ ameled Tiling. J [
'< l Tiles for Vestibules Floors aud Walls
J J Tiles for Mantles and Large Floors •
* * Tiles for Bathrooms < \
t ► Tiles for Store Fronts, etc.
I \ Slate Mantles aud Interior * *
I ► Marble Work a Specialty- J ►
> All work guarairiccd to be first-class and ~
i b cbcft|Mif than Daltlinoro price*. < r
I I Jobbing and Bepairing Promptly Done J l
! * Come aud #ee my mptoft ftndl gilt my <*
| | prices, or drop roe a lYistal and I ..
, ► will call on you. ”
, ► Best of reterenco given. Give mo a trial. , ,
► OHAS. GATES 28 Francis Btreet t >
WATSON & CO.,
NEW STORE
Cor. Maryland Avenue and Stale Circle,
(The Y. M. C. A. Bftlldtnß.)
' A NEW AND
CHOICE LINE OB
GROCE RIE S.
Hlrli-tirade Teas and
I’ofleew a Si*e<‘lally....*.
vegetable s.
Canned tiooda.
FrultM ofall kiiifla.
JZ&..MEAT S
gy-Goods sold at lowest prices and de
livered free to all parts of the city,
M.IVATNOSI,”- Manager.
Oor. Maryland Avenue and Bute Circle.
iH | l 1.1-t-M’-H-H-I 1111 I l"l H'H*
I WESTBROOK BROS, i
175 .Oreen Street.
ii Paper Hangers!:
' HOUSE AMO SION
ii PAINTERS jj
' ’ Best of work done. ;;
;; Satisfactory Prices
* • Bstimates given. • >
S; WESTBROOK BROS., \\
! \ 175 Green Street. ±
{in i.j-i-i 11 inn h 111 n i-H'i
PX ParlettA Skipper,
Architects and Builders.
46 East Street-,
Annapolis, Mo.
Plans submitted forconstruction of any
character of Building
job work of ail kinds promptly attend
ed to at short notice,
wndsked, j itiv
aUIIIIIII>N | H |lllltlll< |
i: an all :
I HAVANA FILLER
;; THE BEST ;:
ii ©B®aQ[P ii
! 1 IN THH CITY, u-
;U I. HOHBERGER, J t \
;; 198 Main St, Annapolis, !:
li.il 11111 ell tee e 111 e e Ht
NOTICE TO CREDITORS^
Netted t f reditea.
By virtue of an order passed on the
30th day of June, 1903, by the Circuit
Court for Anne Arundel County in
Equity, Notice is hereby given to the
creditors oi MARGARET A. MILLER ,
to file their claims duly authenticated
with* their vouchers thereof with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court for A nne ,
Arundel County on or betore August the 1
loth. 1903, elae they may be debarred j
from participating in the trust fund.
A. T. BRADY.
July 6th. 1903. . Trustee.
Notice to Creditors.
Notick is hkrbby ovv. tb* th f,
scritwr of Anne Arwndcl Oft., hftft obtoiurri
from lhe Orphans'Cowrt of Anne Anmdel mn
l*. in M.ryfinu. Hte of ftdmintotralloi on
the personal eUte of iIKSIKK L..CLLVHR,
tote of Ano Arundel Co., deceued. AH persons
having claims against the deceased, re hereby
warned to eahtbit the seme, with the vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the
find DAT OK JANUARY, IWM.
They may otherwise, by lew, be excluded
from all benefit, of the aniJ
indebted to said estate ere requested to make
immediate payment.
Given under my hand thl* SWh day of Jute
1808 OKOHO* A. CULVER.
7 j Administrator.
Notice to_Creditors.
NOTICK 18 HBRKBY GIVEN. Tbet.he.ub
criber. ol Anne Arundel county, hnft obuiuvri
from the Orphans' Court oi Anne Arundel c >un
the personal estate ol CUAB. CROWNKR, tote
ol Anne Arundel county, leoeftftft<L All per-
Hon- hnvlng claim# agftlnat the deceased, are
hereby warned to exhibit the aaroe, with the
voucher# thereof, to the #uhecriber, on or before
THK find DAY OF JANUARY, 1904.
They may otherwtoe, by law, be oxcludr-d
from all bcnetltof Uio said All pen<m*
indebted to said rotate are roqueatod to make tm
mediate payment.
Given under our hands thl# noth day of June
1! *“ T. ARRINGTON TlK'MmiN.
7 j . Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
XTOTICK 18 UKRKBV GIVEN. That the But>-
Iv scrlber, of Aunc Arundel county, has obtained
from the Orphans’ Court ol Anne Arundel county
In Maryland, Letter# or Administration on the
personal estate of
BUBANNA GATKB.
tote of Anno Ar uudei County, deceased. Al l per
son* having claims against the deceased are here
by warned To oxhlbtt the unto, with the voucher#
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 94th
day of Decomber, HW3. They may , otherwise, by
law be excludod from all benefltof Ibe rmUI etnb\
All peraons indebted to said e#Ute are requeeted
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand thl# rd day of June.
,WS ’ CUAULKB GATES,
(i Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
\TOTICII 18 HKIIKIIY OIVKN, That the
IN Buixu-ribor, ol Anne Arundel county, has
obtained Trom the OrjpSani’Court of Anne
Arundel county in Maryland, lattera at ad
inintotration, c. t. a , on the personal eatato of
KKANI EH a. MtckuLß, into of Anne
Arundel county, deceased. All poraon# having
claims against the deceaaod, are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the voucher# thereof,
to the üb#crlber. ou or Vie fore the
Mlh DAY OK DECEMBER, MCS.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
t tom nil benefit of the said route All jieraons
Indebted to said rotate are requested to make
immediate iwymenL
tiiven under my hand thl# 88rd day of June,
IWW ' NANNIE U. NUUGLK.
Admlnistrslrlx, c. t. a.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice 1# hereby given, 'that thoub*crit>er oI
Anne Arundol oounty, ha# obtained from the
orphan*' court of Anne Arundel county, in
Maryland, letter* of administration on the
personal estate ol JONKI’U ANDEKHON. I#U
if Anne Arundel county, deceased. .All per
son# buying claims hffhbtot the said deceas'd,
are hereby warnol to exhibit toe #amo, with
fiie voucher# thereot, to the sub#criber. on or
before the
17th DAY OK DECEMBER. IM,
They may otherwtoe, by law, be excluded
from ail benefit ol the aald rotate All person#
indebted to said route are requested to make
lin me* 1 late payment.
Given under my hand tht# Ifith day of
June 1908 ARRINGTON THOMPSON,
Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is iikkkby given. That the*ub
scrlber, of Anue Arundel county, haaob-
Uined from the Orphans’ urnrtol Anne Arun
““a” WK
late ol Aline Arutidel county, decea#ed—
All iwrsom. having claim# agalust the deceased,
are hereby waruoil tooxi iblt the same, with tho
voucher* thereof, to the subscriber, on or before
THK Hth DAY OK NOVEMBER. 1808.
They may otherwise, by law, be exploded
Irani all tsucflts of the said estate. All person#
Indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment
Given under my hand thl* sth aay.or May
1908 * MAGDALINA B. PARODI. Kxecntilx.
NOTICE TO CREDITOBB.
None# t# hvbkbt mvxi*, That the iutocrib
er, of Anne Arundel county, ha# obtained from
the Orphans’ court of Anne Arundel county. In
Maryland, letters of administration on the per
sonal rotate of LLOYD STEWART, tote of Alihe
Arundel Goiinty, deceased. All Pcraon having
claims against the deceased, are hereby warn •
ed to exhibit the same with the voucher#
thereof, to the subscriber, on or tiefore
THE Ist DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1903.
They may otherwise, by law. he excluded
from all beuefit of thesaid estate. Ail persons
indebted to said estate are requestod to make
Immediate payment.
Olven under my band this 2Htb day of
April, I*o. HARRIETT BTKWART,
Admiutotratrix.
Notice to Creditor*.
VOTIL’F I HEREBY GIVEN. TV at the sub-
W ftcnbcts of Auue Arundel county, have ob
tained from the Orphan*’ Court of Anne Arundel
county, in Maryland, Letter* Testamentary on
the personal estate of
VIRGINIA THORNTON,
tote of Anne Arundel Oounty, deceased. AU per
son# having claim# against the deceased are here
by warned to exhibit tho same, with the vorn her#
thereof, to the subscriber, on or betore thefotb
day of September. IUB. They _may ptocrw i#e. by
la w be excluded from ail benefit of tbi said estate.
All person# indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment.
Given under our hands tul# 17th day of March,
190 S.
JOHN THORNTON MARCIIAND,
GEORGE KMMONB WIIiTE,
THORNTON J. PARKER,
Executors.
NICHOLAS H, GREEN. Att’y for Extra. 3 17
Notice to Or editors.
NOTICE IS HKRBBY'IIVEN. Tht the #ub
•criber of Anne Aruadel oounty, hae obtained
from the Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel
nountv In Maryland, letter# of admlntotratlou
S£“iß Arrao*' Ude o. ALBERT WELCH.
Ute of Ann* Arundel oounty, deceased.-
All person# having claims against the deceased,
are Why warm-3 to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before
THB 95th DAY OF AUGUST, 1908. .
They may otherwtoe. toy tow, be excluded from
all benefit of the #akl estate. Ail person# ia
debted to said rotate are requested to make im
mediate payment. . - '
Given under my hand this 94th day of Febru
ary. 19US. ELLEN V. WELCH.
fjs Administratrix.
James Thorogood,
AWNING atdJML MAKER.
; Tents for Sale or Hire.
BMto Bnllt and Repnlrrd
Awning Repniring nf nil kind*
SHOP—North Side City Dock. ai
RESIDENCE— *7 Prince George S
Wo Are theJLeadors.
Hit Hit; Drug Stare.
Pure •f~)RUQS
rg—tWri— 00 “* >0 *l! <i^L!I t 0 ,, i rr2??* f *
practical and cap*rtacred GRAUCAT*
OF FHARMACV
t havaakao a lit ■msitoirat ol Foveiga and
Domestic
Cosmetic & Toilet Articles
aad svsrvthlog —ally towed la a
i FIRST OLABB PHARMAQY. J
41 o a taa assortment of Foreign aad Dome Mic
Oisara, Tottaooo,
Bstokara’ all ppl laa, ao,
■TOar Motto Isto ptaas* oar patrons.
p-BLDMEYEH pRQTHKRB.
Proprietors City Drag Store.:
Mala aad Fra aria treat. Aaaaroi-ia Md
Do Not Wait....
Until the rush is on be
fore you have your rooms
[email protected]*.o
But come and select now
and save 25 per cent, a*
I am prepared to Deco
rate your home either with
Wall Paper or Paint..
IN UP-TO-DATE IDEAS.
None but competent me
chanics employed and best
material used.

Best Material.
Work Guaranteed.
ELLIS STRANGE,
55 MAIN STREET.
Opposite F. A. Munroe, AMMACuUH, M
ANNAPOLIS
Whisk & Broom Mf?. Go.
Rf nun faeturen* of
Fine Brooms, &c.
fine RrooiMH are Non. 4,5,0.
Ask your grocer for No. 6, or the Mother
in-Law Itroom—they are boss.
J. B. CdOLAHAN,
ANNAPOLIS. MO.
■ar-No couUactc taken until the lat of Onto
ter, I*ll Jy
00CK0<y>0<>ooftQnoooQOOOOOOo
E. STRANGE & SONJ
7# SAIN NTBEET.
! ! Contractors for . . .
i | pAINTING AND A
! | * APER HANGING. 2|
| j Interior and Exterior Decorators. |i|
1 Eiclqßive right of all Papers we handle] i[
1 Large Btock on hand to select from. ]i]
! Price** Irom se.Mingle roll np.iji
J [ Come get our Priees for work. ]]i
1 ] We guarantee satisfaction,
EIIWAHD PELS, Manager.
MCoggesUKo.
401 Continental Building,!
BALTIMOK MD.
TRANSACT A GENERAL
BROKERAGE BUSINESS
Stocks, Bond*, Grain and Investment Securities,
interest allowed on deposits. Dally Market. Let
ter mailed upon application. Attetatiou to out of
town account*. Banking reference. All purchase
eaand Mies executed by
W. B. SMITH & CO.,
Member* N. t. Conmlldated Exchange.
Established 1878. JlllOm
W. H. fuiKTEI, •igg*
Skilled Blacksmith
And Wheelwright.:
TIGQIS m~ CABBIAGES.
Repaired aud Bull* *0 Order.
•hop, OorvoH street, near Short Line Depot.
Repairing of all kind, promptly done.
Home* shod according to natural formation ei
foot, Hatiafaotlon guaranteed in price and work-
H. FELDMKYEK.
DwelUMp FIUM With
The Kohl Improved . .
Steam and Hat Water
H EATING.
ELDER AHOW4RD,
32 State Oirele, Y. M. 0. A. Building
Particular atteni lon given to tttlnr new or old
Building*, with the moat Improved Bteam and
Hot Water rtttlngs. aud aallufactton guaranteed.
Be *t reference given. Address
ELDER * HOWARD.
•to w. Slate tlrele, Annapolis, Md
lav* Taa Swfkrwt. hmfim %**. Act* <U
I >*■ fcfW. Bran m Ik* fait W fcttisf? Writ.
Cor proof* of crm • th* mm* olWiiim
•64 llJMta t **.*• eIhUH. iii
R. R. TIME SCHEDULES.
©Baltimore & Ohio
follow*:
WWTWAM. tv. Bt Url t “ 1 “ 314
•Daily, tDally, except ouuday. |saue.- ouiv 1
Chicago, Tia Pitta......*v-4* a n * **° >a m
Chicago, via Newark *s 00 pni *5 jo p m
Cinti .M, louia
1 tnti.,Bt- 1 ‘tshp m j 00 p m
pntl, si Lout*— •1146 pm noout
Pit*burg.... *9 ** * OO * ™
PI tie burg A Cleve •? 30 p m
Pittsbsrg „ ——. *ll *i> pm *ll oo nt
Cola. A Whig ♦ Jip • 5 1*“
W acbtwgt.ru Local t 5 P®
•• gypnrw **> oo a m *6 15 am
Local „ - tej.s®
•• Kxpreaa .....*705 a m t7
• Express,—.......— *7 som tSooalt
•• L0ca1.......... •(, 35 S m
•• Kxpreaa vOO a m
•* Express... — ,N<un *lO 03 6
*•4501 Kxpreaa Vuooam
11 Local—.. ... fix 00 at
• Kxpreaa fix St> pni tioopm
M Rxprcu. n r -i n-.i.m - 2omp in
“ bxuruM* ._._„*is6pm •300 pm
local tjisP*
"45m Kxpreaa. *3 5* P“ 4 oo p m
“ Bxprom t4SP®
'4smKxpieiM *5 06 p m 5 1 B
*• l/ocoi - ts*sP®
“ Express 6 oo p w
“ Lixai t 6 tfc p m
“ Kxpreas tb4sp m tyoopm
** Kxprc* *7 jo P m
Bwjral Llioliad... *7 46 p m *7 55 P ®
“ kx press 46pm *9 55 P ®
•• Local *u 30 pm
* Kxprc**. _• 46 p m *l3 00 11 1
* Kx., kuiulay fix 15 p m
“ Local, MUiday - |i 05 pno
•• Local bundav. 1540 pm
Kor AnnapolD, Mount Royal .-tution. *7 £a>
a. m. com den Staiioo, fd 00, *DUO a. m
tUA UU, noou, t& UU, f 5 40 p. m.
Camden >intion lor Krcderick, *7 35
10 00 a m kv 15 ain 1 1 25, *4 p> and *5 55 P m.
kor Winchester, t; 20 * iu 13 00, *4 30 fs *>
p m.
kor Hogcrktowu, ty 00 am, ft 15, ft 30. P ni.
Kor Kllicxill City, and Mount Airy Local,t7 33
$9 15 am, ft 25. t 4 3“. *i 35. **> 3. •SS P ®.
Kor OurtD Ray, to xS a m.
Kor Luray, Mount Royal Station, *j 56 p m
Camden S.ation, *3 00 p m.
Ihe Royal Uiuo Lino lor Philadelphia ai d
New Ifork.
Kastwaid l.v. Camden Lv. Mt Royal
Sleeper *3 jum *3 55 ani W'
Dr. Am. A Inner *7 101 A*m i mWC
Bullet Parlor ty 19 a in A ty 24 a m W C
Parlor, Diuer.. 1952 am tv 57 am t C
Parlor, Diner..........tT0 50 a m A no 54 a m W
Parlor. Diner *i 55 p m i 59 p m W
‘Koval Limited' kxclusivcly I‘uHman Irani
Bullet biuoker. Parlor, observation. Dining and
Cate Car 5....... *3 49 P m U *3 53 p m W
Buffet Parlor— ..-t455 pm tybopm W C
Parlor. Diner *6 00 p m *6 05 p lu W C
Coaches to I'hlD *9OO pot •905 pm W C
Sleepers ~*l2 39 a m *l2 44 aiu W C
i.ooai Sioopen lor New tork ready lor oucu
pain y in Mt Kovai -ration at lU'W o >•>
“A" lor Atlantic City week days; “It'’ lor Al
lautic City daily,
Alt trains sto,. at Wilmington, “C” stops at
Chester.
Lv. Camden Lv. Mt Royal
Pin la. AccoTO ..,.• 05 u iu *b 10 a ut
Pltila, Kxpreaa tx 30 p m tx 35 p *n
Plula. Kxptess 455 pm 500 pm
Aberdeen Accom 15 pin 15 *u m
Phila. Accom.— .... 3010 p tu V >S J' m
In tel c/Uicvs. N. v>. Lor. Calvert and Balti
more streets, bn IS. Broadway, Mount Roy; I
Station or Caui Jen station.
I*. B. MARTIN.
Mgr. Pass. 1 rafbe.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Schedule In effeet June 37,
Trains airtve at aud depart irom Annap
olis via A., VV. & b. R. R,, chang
ing cars at Odenton.
TRAINS LKAVK ANNAPOLIS.
WK DA.rs. HDKD Y
Am AM auPuAM PM
Low vo Annapoll* 710 1143410 ‘W5i&
A r Washington ■ H4o llt c;4*;io iu ts 45
Arrivo I I'A-AV. Bt’n, b *1 1 II 631; tl .t 6 '6
ItllbL'i Union “ BUK 1 553(110 Vi, 6
llano. | t:i| ,vrt ** 30
ARKITI ANNAPOLIfI.
Loavo iUdlWt kt’D, 731 • 8 60 5 46
X Union •• 738 12 15 515 866
Balto ' |Pa.Av. “7 41 I 8 08
Lv Washington 745 12 15 4o| 9 006 10
Ar Annapolis, It 16 iMfti A’>|lo2it 71
Kor PhlladelpnlA, Now Tork, and the b’sst
obangiug at ndentoa, 7 15 am., 11 43 and 4 10
p. m. Sunday 830 a m aud 516 p m.
ros 80/;TO6.
Colonial Express, woah-duys, with through
Pullman Buffet Parlor cars aud Vestibule
Passenger Coaches, leaves Union Station, Bal
timore 8 43 A. M. (connection leaves Annapo'
lis 716 A. M.): arrives Boston (via Steamer
“Maryland’ itoute) 8 80 P. M.
Federal Express,daily, leaves Colon Station
561 P.M. Arrives Boston 700 A.M. Pullman
Vostible Buffet Sleeping Car through to bos
ton.
POR TUB WEST AND NORTH.
Leave Calvert Station, Baltimore, os follows;
4.40 a. m„ daily (Union station 4.44 a.m.,
for Williamsport aud Lock Haven.
8 40 0. m., (Union station 8.62 a. m.,) daily
for Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnatti, ixiuis
villc aud St. lulus; itochester, BuUuio
Niagara Palls, Lock Haven, and Kune, week
da vs.
8.40 a. m , (Union Station at 8.62 a. m. ) dully
fur Buffalo (via hmporium Juuutiou.)
11,46 (Union station IZUUa, m..) daily, PitW
burg and Cleveland; Renew, WilllamhiK/rt
and Elmira week days.
11.46a. m. (Union -tation 12,0*1 m„) daily
Limited Pittsburg. Chicago, clevelaua,Toiedo,
Detroit, Cincinnati, St. i<outs.
4,36 p. m. tally (from Unlob Station), for
Pittsburg, Chi Jags, Rose fine, (f L CLicinnati
and i/OOisvLlej, indtanapoha at. Louis and
W *.
8.30 p. m.. dally (from Union Station) for Pitts
burg, Cincinnati and st. Louis
8.80 p. m daily (from Union station) for Buf
lalo, (via Emporium Junction)
8,46 p. m (Union Station B.tMl p, m.,) Pitts
burg, Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati. St. i
Louis, Williamsport, and Buffalo.!via Knipo-- i
luuijct auu Toledo, Koch. ster, Kris, Buffalo !
we Niagara Kails daily, except (Saturday.
11.41 p m.vUnion etotiou i1.66p. m.,ioally,
Pittsburg, c.hicago, Buffalo, Kochestci,Niagara
Kalis, aud Erie ;i Tereland except Saturdav.
For further information addrsat li.M.Newbold
Passanger Agent Southeastern District cor
ner Fifteenth and G Sts., W*hingtoa D C.
W. W. Att BUB ear, J. R. Wood,
General Manager. Pass. '1 ruffle Manager
Übo. W. Born, Gen’l Pass. Agent.
Westein Maryland Kaiiroal
1 aklng effect June 31, Uks.
Tralu* leave Hillen ntatiou, Hal to. as follow#
dailt;
4 30 a m~Ko*t matlfor N at W, southanosouth
west, Glyndon, Westminster New Windso
fTnlon Bridge, Mechauicstown. Blue Kidge
Hagerstown,and excoptßund*y,William*,
port* P V H H.
#.15 a m—Pen Mar Express. (Pen-Mar only)
10 50 a. m.—Accom. for Union Bridge.
DAILY IXOBP7 SUNDAY
7* a m.—Aocom. for Gettysburg B 4 fl
dlYlslon. main line east of Emory GroYs
Also u a As
8 15am-Msln Line, Shippensburv. Kreder
i-k, Bmmitsburg and NatW KK Shenandoah
101* a m—Accommodation for Gettysburg
vilrKnn O 4 '( “
13.30 p m—Accom. for Emory Grov^
335 ii at - Acoommodatlon rot EuioryiGrov.t
MuUUtain Kxi ’ Car,; also
S 31 p m—Express for fork and B ft If DIY
4 U 3 p m—Express for pointson main line we
to Cherry Bun. B *C V and N ft W roads
for p/'Ota south
5 1 01indo1 '' Accnm. beyond of
5.35 p m— Accom. for Alois
618 p m—Accom or Onion Bridge.
•undays;
• ® • m- Aooom for Onion bridge ft Hsoever
2 35 p m—Accom for Teion Bridge
4.33 p m—Accom. for AlesD
Ticket and baggage office. 315 K. Balto street
All trslas stop atTTnion, Uennsylvanla are
Fulton. Walbrook Njrth erenue) stations.
8. M. MANIFOLD, Uex Bupt.
K.M. 110 WELL, O. P. A.
~Ajk MEK kbo AiiMEH.
! I?S/c??u3ca. °PfnJfi*s. mndTi.t aLtrial
a. 0 V•“t In blaln wrapper,
I A r " c '• r > CapsulMaresupenol
J ■ to Balsam of Copaiba I
111 Cubebs or injections and/Cm/J
. [ft] 1 CURE IN 48 HOURSipUr fl
J |Wj the same diseases with- I
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
In effect June 17*. llHm
Annapolis and West River I.iue
THE STEAMER
EMMAitSKiiCiILKs
WIU leave ller lu Light Btroet, Ualtlmon'. for
Annapolis, and \v*st Hirer, Mon.iavs. w.it
uesdays, Friday* and S hit,lain, ai s.(Hi a
m. tun,la s at 8.30 a. in.
Leafe Annapolis for Elver Landings at 11 i
Returning, leave Annapolis far Salt more, m
4.11** p.pn. (week day.s ) Sundays at il p. ni
MONDAY’S and FRIDAY'S trip exiendrtl
tn Rhode rivet.
WKDNESDAY'P trip extended to South
river
SATURDAY 8 trip extended t*> Spiankiin’s
For rurthcr Information, apply to (*," •,
at Wharves, or to
TOLCII ESTER COMPANY |
Pier No- 16 Light bt.. Uaitituore. Md
CHESAPEAKE STEAMSHIP CCkPANt
Chesapeake Line
Rlegant Passenger Steamers • ‘Angur t atul a ♦
lautA," lor OLD POINT COMFOKI ANII
NORFOLK. VA.
Rtesmery leave Baltimore daily (except bui
lay.) at E.30 p. m„ and arrive ai old point
Ootnfort at Ba. m., and Norfolk nt 7.16 a m
wher oonuectlon Is mule with rail lines lor ni l
points Aouth and Bouthwcwl.
York River Line
Elegant Passenger Steamers ' Charlotte and M c
ltnore,’ for WEST POINT A RK'UMOND v
Bteamera leave Baltimore daily (exivpt sun
day) at 6 p. m., and at;v. is,t i„lii, i
7 811* m.and Klcbuopd at * !6 m.
Steamers leaving Haiti more on Moiui,.,,
Wednesdays and Fridays, and lcu\ini( ui-t
Point l'u,->dny*. •( hunidaya aud Saici-d:,,-- .ail
at Glouccsler Point and A lmond'6 W haO ' and
steamers leaving Baltimore,>u Tuesday!. i hut
days and Batuidays, and W est Point on Mond ~ >
Wednesdays and Fridays e-all at 1 ork ou ,ud
Clay Point (weathst peru-itting )
Steamers leave Baltimore Irom Pier* 18 and lii
Light Street Wharf. Through tickets u> i
points can be secured, baggage chi i ,
state-room reserved from the city ,u . ,-t n , .
Nos 105*. 120 and 187 K. lialtlaioiv street o
the General offices, bo Light sm-t. Halt ini u
RKPBKN KOBTKK,
. Mineral Manager. K. J.i’UMiu
General Ticket Avcnt
T. H. MCDANNKL, Trav, ,ln. Ik-t, v.Sr
SEABOAKI)
Air Line Railway.
Leave Washington, Putina. K. K. .Station.
104© A M. hls A 1H) AHD MAIL
Ow/LV Thronin' Pullman Bleeper* to Jmk
sotivllle, connecting at llamlet with I’ullim.i,
Bleeper io Atlanta.
8 SO P. M. BKABOARD K X 1* It K 8 b
DAILY Solid train to Jarksonvllle
a n d Tampa With Pullman Drawing Hchui; .-le. i
1 Cars, Cafe Cars, also Pullman sleeper
tngtlauta, 1
700 PM. 8 KABO A HI) TLOKII'A LIMI
DAILY. IKU—AII Pullman eoiitnuit
ment and Drawingroom BKvprrs liiinnr , ,■
and Observation Club cur Runs solid t,> i, n
sonville aud 8t Augustine
4 : fO A. M. LOCAL—To Petersburg Luielei
DAILY Bonthern Pines (Piuehuiso. Ham
let aud i n termed late points.
W H CONKI.vn, G. A P. H.
Office 1431 Peiniii. Avenue.
N. W. Washington, D. O
HIEING and LZVEBY
tef ABLESi
No. 61and 63 West StrßDf,.
J. H. Vansant, - Proprietor
w, H. VANBANT. Manager
A? Horses, Carriages,
Phstone a&d Buggies,
Fine Olai'enoofi
For Weddings. Vlßitlng*. fto.
Teams Hired by tbe hour, day or week, a
reasonable rates. Attention paid to
Boarding Horses. An.
Funeral* Attended Promptly at Short Noll
tar~HaggHg< called for and delivered
parts ar the oltv
: STOVE and
• •flpll Plumbing house, t
i: C. A. L. Wilson, |
,( (Successor to W. 11. K. Wilson A Sion.) A
!; /Vialn Street,
! i
DfJAUiU IN £.
• Stoves, Ranges f
ind Furnaces.
ir Tii aid Stairoa Verier, f
I i*AAAAiLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAd f ’
ROOFINGS
; J •VTrrTTTTTfTTTTfTfffyTr'. >
i i HOOF 4 SPOUT PAINTINQ, £
|| GalTaiiied "Spootiin, fit. |
< ! OrdcTS promptly attended to and &
| sa’isiaction guaranteed. y
WILSON'S.
< i 41 Main Street, - Annapolis, Md
WM DUVAIi. Jf..
WBOLIBALB AND KRIAIL DRAi RE IN
COAL. +
—AND
+ WOOD
1 t-toao Cnl ft Pall Woigbt (JaaraotiM
Having enlarged my Coa. Yard am:
aavlng a full supply of tke best
READING COAL
Of all tbe various glees, I will sen
to tbe public at tbe IXIWKS'a
TRlJiCti. Special prices will la
given those who intend baylnpldi i
quantity. 1 also handle
STOVE WOOD,
delivering it In lengths desired.
6 Ii
WH. DUVAL, Jr.,
No. 129 West Street.
WM. R. SHIELDS
THS FAEU ONABL
BarbgronilHairDremr
43 Maryland Avennr, AnnapoU*.
WM. E. FELDMEYER
BrieK and Stop Mason
No. 108 COLLEGE A YEN UK,
Where he will b* pisaaed to receive order* ti
ohesrtnily give saiimatea tor all kinc* ol BrL k
Stone, Aaphalt. Dsmenland Plastering wort
WM. X. FRLDMBYEB,
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