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evening Capital. 1
Published Daily, Kxcept Sunday.
MUS.K- A.GACR. .... Local Kditot
CHAB. 8- ABBOTT. •' • Business Mmoagrr
.SATURDAY, - July 18, 1903.
KATIE* tr SnVKITMIMU.
on* |usi tßre lines NoupsreiO fl-st Insertion
jioo: mtis-qin’ it iusertlone SO cents. Hp.*ul J
Vttn 111 le wilb monthly, quarterly and yearly ■
r’.iMire.
;W - 1 akja l not'd*, and political or per on.*
,i, iiauukwUon, IS cents per line B< Minton ,
Si'lirilnlv of Imx Ml Train* :
Baltimore & Annapolis Short Lice R.R.
Schedule in effect May 17th. 1903. ,
L:itc Asiipoli:: Arrir* is Bs'.v.asis :
I eav at 625 a. in. Arrive at 7.50 a. m.
“ ... 12. 35 !•“>• “ 1-55 a. m.
“ —tlSn. m.
" 5 55 p m. “ 7.00 a. nt.
Lots Eiitiaort: Antn 1* Atajpoli*;
I rave at 638a. m. Arrive at 7.10 a m.
•• “ 130 Pm. ** " 230 p.m.
• ■ •• 410 i>- m. —...5.06 p.m.
■ •• 625 p.m. “ ** 7.50 p.m.
Oasliy Trtiu.
l.i-ave Annapolia 8.(10 and U. 30 a. m., 6.111
and 7.4*1 p. m.
I. ave Baltimore 8.00 and IO Oft a. m„ 4.3>
and H tw p. m.
ft B. BKOWN. J WILSON BROWN
C,. T. & H. A|{t. Manager.
Annapolis, Washington & Balto. R. R.
Cwssctise witt impelit Juaetlm tai Odtatas.
Trains leave for Annajailis Junction connect-
I odenton and the Junction with trains
tor Baltimore and Washington, and other
Joints as follow* :
1, mit ... 7.1 Sa. ni.Arrive at 9. 1 Sa. in.
11.48 a. m. " I*o p. m.
<• o 4.10 p.,ni. “ '• ......o.4ft p. m.
Sanity Trtiu.
I rave ai M. 341 a 111. ami 0.18 p m. Arrive
at 10.83 a. m. and 7,00 p. m.
p*r-AU trains over this road to leave from
West Sticct Station.
A. K. SCHAVKK.
Traffic Manager.
bay ridge trains,
I.ravc Annapolis for Bay Ridge.
Week laya 0.40 a. m., and l.*B p. m.
Sundays It. SO and 10.00 . m„ ff.o p m.
I.cave Bay Kidge for Annapolia.
wVek I lavs ff.ff7 a. m., I.4ff and 730 p. m.
Sundays.. Ml ft, 10.4 ft a. m.. S.*o, T.SOp. m.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Ac.
Ridgely P. Melvin,
Attorney-at-Law,
Cor. Church Circle and School St., Auua|ioll*. Mil.
Telephone No. 74a
Dr. J. M. WORTHINGTON
Office—B9 Church Street,
Annajiolis, Maryland.
HIIUH RIIWGLY HII.KV,
Attorne y-at-L a w.
Annapolis. Md.
THK ANNAIHILIN
Savings Institution.
OPEN DAILY
(Hundays snd Legal Holidays excepted.)
From !• a m. to S p. m.
OPEN TUESDAYS (I SATURDAYS
(LegalHoliday* eacepted.)
From 4 p. m. to 6 p. ni.
ROOFING SPOUTING
AUGUSTEIDMAN,
28 West Str, et. Annapolis, Md.
(Branch of joB 8. Kutaw st., Ballimore, Md.)
Sanitary lUiig.
Ho*water Heating
Cas Fitting
Gas and Combination Fixtures
Pumps Rams Hydrants
Ranges Gas Stoves Furnaces
Porcelain Lined Tubs
Basins and Sinks
gy-All work done promptly and at
low rates. Give us a trial. 33 1
T. KOLAWD BROWN,
Marble & Granite Dealer
and mancfacturer of
MONUMENTAL
And—
Cemetery Work
OF ALL KINDS
77 and 70 MarylMd Avenue.
lVr*n needing Cemetery Work of any kind
will find It to their advantage to roll o me before
going elsewhere Intake a specialty of 4 eme
tery Work.
Slate and Tile Mantles,
Put in at Reasonable Rates.
1 invite inspection. My work my rec
ommendation,
320 T. ROLAND BROWN,
77 and 79 Marylandave., Annapolis,Md.
si urn
No Smell! No Odor!
AIR TIQHT OASKS USED.
I wish to inform the public that we
to Clean out ell Mnks In the rhortcel pofeiMe
time, free Trom any offensive smell by our new
orderless apparatus.
Brices moderate, and work done promptly.
For further Information apply to m 33
JAMKS STEWART,
Care J. A- Adams. Qalvert Street-
Beared **
PERSONAL MENTION. *— -
lo The Booial Whirl— mum Who Go And
Tboae Wuo Gome.
Miss Rosalie Reitz, daughter of PIOL
Keitz, left today for Atlantic City.
The Misses Roth and MerUm Feld*
meyer a<e visaing relatives in Baltimore.
Miss Nannie Gar.t\ of Baltimore, is
1 vi-iti'.g te Misses Helen and Janet
Hunter, at Judge RcveU’s.
Master A. brewer Lawton, Cmfi-ld,
Md., is visiting bis grandfather, Mr. K.
H. Brewer, Market ftreet.
Miss Evelyn Green returned borne to
d-y from Trapp* where she has been
visiting Mrt. William Collins.
Mrs. A. E. Shaver and her moth-r
have gone to their summer home at
Chautauqua county. New York.
Miss Carrie Franklin, who has been
visiting her btother,- Captain Franklin,
U. S. Army, at Wet Bom*, has re
tain'd home.
Mr. John Cassidy, of Maryland Ave
nue, is vui mg his son. Ml John Cas*
■id), Jr , with the Adams Express Com
pany at Norfolk, Va.
Miss Agnes Williams, daughter of Dr.
Ebj ih W iliams, of Aimiger. is visiring
her grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. Tate,
Duke of Gloucester street.
Rear Admirals. W. Terry is orderid
to the naval station, Honolulu, Hawaii,
tor duty as commandant. Mr, Terry
i < here vis>tmg her sister, Mrs. Theo
d me Porter.
NIAGARA FALLS TRIPS.
Low Bate Vacation Excursions To Niagara
Falk Via The Pennsylvania
Railroad.
The Beamy.varna Karl o.vi Company
has selected ibe following dales fur its
popular ter.-da. excur run* to Niagata
Falls from Washington and Baltimore:—
July 24 Augur.: 7 and 21, S-ptemb r 4
anil 18. October 2 a..d iO.
On these dates the special t ain will
leave W islnngioi. at 8 a. in., Bdlimoie
a 9 05 a. in., Y Jtk at 10 4; a. in., Har
risburg at 11,40 a nt., Alniersturg at
12 20 p. in., Su 'Huty at 12.58 p in.,
Wiluamspoit at 2 30 p. ni.; L- ex Haven
21308 p. in., kcaovo t 3.55 p. m..
Emporium Junction at $ 05 p. ru., srnv
ing at Niagara Fails at 9 45 p. m.
Excursion rickets, good lor return pas
sage on any regular Ham, exclusive of
limited t x pie si train-, witbu ten days,
wi.l bt sold at #lO 00 I tom Washington
and Hal imore, and at prop rtionate rates
tr im pitncipal points. A Mop-over Will
be allowed at Buffalo within limit ol
ticket returning. The special trains 01
Bu lman p .rlor cars and day coaches
will be run with each excursion run
ning through to Niagara Falls.
An extra charge will be made lor
parlor car seats. An exptnenetd tounM
agent and chaperon will accompany each
excursion. For descriptive pamphlet,tune
ot connecting trains and further informa
tion apply to nearest ticket agent, cr
address George W. Boyd, G. I*. A.,
Broad Street Station, Bniiadelphia.
C&T&BBH CUBED BY DBY AIB
Hyomei Medicates The Air You Breathe,
Kills The Genus And Cures The Disease-
Hyomei cures catarrh thoroughly
and permanently, because it readies
the smallest air cells in the head,
throat and lungs, kills the germs
causing the disease, and drives it from
the system, llyoniei goes to the root
of the disease, destroys the cause, and
makes permanent cures which can be
effected in no other way. Breathe it
for a few' minutes four times a day,
and benefit will be seen at once. Con
tinue this treatment for a few weeks,
and Hyomei will have cured you.
The Hyomei in the inhaler furnish
ed with the outfit dries and sterilizes
the air you breathe. It is a local and
direct treatment for eradicating oil
catarrh germs in the mucous mem
brane and tissues, and in this way;
cures catarrh in any part of the sys
tem. Used in connection with Hyomei
Balm it has been successful in curing
the worst and most deep-seated cases
of catarrhal deafness.
A. W. Clark, of Everett, Mass.,
writes: “I have spent a fortune on
different treatments for catarrh, and
could not hear across the table. After
using Hyomei and Hyomei Balm for
eight days 1 can hear as well as ever.”
Stronger than any claims that can
Ih* made in an advertisement is the
fact that Feldmeyer Brothers will
give their personal guarantee with ev
ery llyomei outfit they sell to refund
the money if the purchaser can say
that Hyomei has not given satisfac
tion.
SPARfcTTA OF INDIA.
At Last, Sparetta Has Conquered Where
Others Have Failed.
' After a fair trial of Sparetta does not
prove satisfactory, we guarantee to re
fund vour money. Spa rect ais a won
derful cure tor dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles, malaria, liver complaints, and
General Debility. Sparetta has been
used for vears by the surgeons in the
English Army in India, with wonderful
results and cures. Sparetta is a com
bination of valuable drugs making the
whole a beautiful and valuable prepara
tion. For toning the general systems to
recover the normal condition of the or
gans of vitality, after the long use of
drugs or stimulants* Sparetta is jjh .it.
As a tonic, Sparetta has no equal.
Among those from whom we have re
ceived testimonials, we mention:—Robt.
E. Strange, John H Wells. B. Kashner.
LO. Heintz, J. F. Popham, R. W.
Welsh, George Gebhart, Jas. FV Strange,
John Nason, J. Stewart. All of Annap
olis; Geo. H. Gates, 517 Second street.
N W. Washington D. C.; Chas. Neu
mann, 119 T street. N. W. Washington.
D. C.
Trial size, 25cts, Regular sue socts,
Manufactured by
K R. Smith,
110 Main street,
m2 S Annapolis; Md.
And Children Invited*
All ladies and children who cannot stand
the shocking strain of laxative syrups,
cathartics, etc., are invited to try the
famous Little Early Risers. They are
d fferent trom all other pills. They do
not puige the syetero. Even a double
dose will not gripe, weaken or sicken ;
many people call them the Easy PiU-
W. H. Howell, Houston. Tex., says
nothing better can be used for constipa
tion, sick headache, etc. Bob Moote,
Lafayette. Ind., says all others gripe and
sicken, while DeWitfs Lattle Egl?
Risers do their work well and easy. Sold
by Ftldmeyer Bros., City Drug Store
OASVOIIXA.
Beanthe
a
IT .
SCARES
[PEOPLE
Who come of 14
consumptive fam
ily when they be
gin to cough and
longs are pain
ful. But it Is a
fact beyond dis
proof that con
sumption is not
and cannot ba in
herited. The mi
crobe which brexla
disease must abso
lutely be received
by the individual
before consump
tion can be devel
oped.
Men and women
who have been af
flictcd with obati-
I I nate coughs, bron-
I * ■' ' —-*chitia, bleeding of
the lungs, emaciation and weakness, have
btsen perfectly and permanently cured
by the use of Dr. Bierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery. It cures the cough,
heals the lungs, and builda up the body
with solid flesh.
■When I commenced taking your medicines,
eiefiteea month* aro, my health waa completely
broken down.* write* Mr*. Cora L. Siisderteaa.
of Chaneyville, Calvert Co.. Md. At time* f
could not eeen walk across the room without
pains In ray chest. TKt doctor who atUmdcd me
said t had fun* trouble, and that J would never be
well again. At la*t I concluded lo try Doctor
Pierce 7 * medicines. I bcuakt a bottle of * Gold
en Medical Discovery,’ tome it. and *onn com
menced to feel a little better, then yoa directed
me to take both the ‘ Golden Medical Discov
ery' sod the ‘Favorite Prescription,’ which I
did. Altogether I have taken eighteen bottle*
of ‘ Golden Medlaal Diaoovenr,’ twelve of the
• Favorite Prescript lon,' and five vial* of • Pel
lets’ lam mw almost entirely well, and So all
my work without any pain whatever, and can
run with more eaae than I could formerly wal}.*
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of ai one-cent stamp to cove
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R, V. Pierca, Buffalo, N. Y.
Weather Foree*l ’Till 8
A. Hf. To-morrow.
Washington, July 18, 10.30 a. m.
Special lit*patch to the Capital :
For Maryland Clearing tonight;
Sunday lair.
W. L. MOORE.
Chief ot Weather Bureau.
Maximum temperature gi
Minimum temperature -... 62
July 18, 1903. *
SUN~AND MOON.
Sun Rises. .4.55 | Moon Rises
Sun Sets.. 7.29 | Moon South 631a. m
SNAP-SHOTS.
Fired from the Capital’s Camera
—Cloudy.
—More rain.
—Welcome the Elk*.
—Bay Ridge popular.
—Another hot wave is due.
Looks like another rainy Sunday.
—The soldier boys come home tomor
row.
—Weather man slipped up on the fore
cast.
—The summer girl prefers quantity to
quality,
—To boast of one’s honesty doesn’t al
wa\ s prove it.
—Auxiliary choir still singing at St.
Anne's services.
—This weather has bten good for even
the worst pessimist.
—A girt may be named Frances with
out necessarily being frank.
—Money may make the mare go, but
it’s different with an automobile.
Housekeepers are busy preserving,
filling up the storeroom lor winter.
—There is something really fine and
enobling about the patience ot our cred
itors.
—The slu t gird may go to the ant, but
the mosquito will meet him more than
hall-oay.
—Some fellows can no more keep out
ot d< bt th?n other fellows can help fall
ing in love.
—The new comet which was expected
to be visible Wednesday night was not
seen around here.
—The widow is entitled to a third of
her husband’s estate, but the wife ot a
shoemaker may get his awl.
—When a woman begins to pay full
fare for her children she realizes (hat she
is getting along in years.
—The worst about the people who
make fools of themselves is that they
seem to erjoy it so thoroughly .
Do You Enjoy What You Eat
It you don’t your food does not do you
much good. Epdol Dyspepsia Cure is
the remedy that every one should lake
when there is any thing wrong with the
stomach. There is no way to maintain
the health and strength of mind and
body except by nourishment. There is
no way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
healthy, pure and sweet or the strength
will let down and disease will set u,t.
No appettite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
sour risings, nttmg, indgestion, dyspep
sia and all stomach troubes are quick>y
cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. Sold by Feldmeyer Btos., City
Drug Store.
College Avenue Baptist Church.
The Rev. O. B. Falls, of Baltimore,
will preach tomorrow tor College Ave
nue Baptist Church at 11 a. m. at the
Assembly Rooms, and at 8 p m. at
East port Baptist Church. All are invited.
SIOO Reward SIOO
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at feast one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in ail its stages and that is
Catarrh. HU‘s Catarrh Cure is the on
ly positive cure now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curr is taken
internally, acting directly Upon the blood
and mucons surfaces the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprie
tors have so much faith in its curative
powers, that they offer one Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to care.
Send for list ot testimooutls.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
F. J. CHENEY&CO.. Toledo. O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
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118 M tin Street Annapolis, Md. £
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5 Makes the best Iced Tea. ►
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15c. Mb. 30c. Mb. 60c. lb. f
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Sold by the Great Atlantic
\ and Pacific Tea Co. only, :
i 118 Main Street. \
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: Elgin Creamery Butter, per pound 25c* t
a- ' ►
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;yTyyffMnyf v yTfTTffffm*yTmfTfyyfmyTfytfyw*4
fyN yj of these Brands of I eeds—have iy-' /Jft
aa ■h* (■ had them sufficiently tested to
fIIIDUIII be satisfied that they are No. / \ ' 100 Lbs %
f DUnllAn '****%• so wewijto inform ; GREAT
CORW every one who uses Feed for all
p; '?■ kinds ofStock, that we are in the Wf EfiTKKW
OAT Feed Business, and can supply -.—.
PTJ E D their wants at rightfnices— buy- DAIRY I E!
® \ ing direct from one of the larg- yEEtommmmrm
| wwrwuwfl ' est Feed Mills in the Country | HMOn(n)iniY i
mwmmmv. and m . car lots ' n Y° f e on ,L e mmwmmum
g ctticAoo ground floor. Order from eith- cnicaoo. -Jz
f vm * *| er Store. J
faGflErlsam R. R. MAORUDER A CO.. tpQMmL
Maryland Avenue Conduit St*
■ • m • ■ ■ —hi
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass’n
Asa Single Brewery, Largest in the World—Over 1.000 000 Barrels sold last year
First Reward for Purity and Strength in all World's Expositions.
America’* Favorite Fmihoii* fit. Lonl* BEER ou Nalea
WM. E. GANTT’S, Prop’r, “American House,”
Oor. Maryland Avenue and Prinoe George St. , Sub-Agent for Private Trade.
The only saloon in Annapolis, Md., where the Genuine World Renowned
Anheuser-Busch Beer is sold in Bottles and on Draught at all Times-
Orders respeotfully solicited, prompt attention given Telephone 59.
Budwciser, Black & Tan
St, Louis Exposition MALT
Pale Lager. NUTIIINE
Baltimore Branch: Oor- Pratt and Penn Streets. LOUIS ILLMER, Manager.
■ ■■■■—l
f HENRY B. MYERS,
XLoepa a Fall Stock ol all abea and
“JJI COAL 25rt21T!i.WOOD.
•STtCSw HAY. a 'SET 52 FLOUR.
All. KINDS 0V
ORAIN, MILL FEED, Ac.
Manufacturer of Choice Family CORN MBAL.
OSp*AXL orders shall kart prompt attendee and
datfserad la all parta of the dtp fiea.
HENRY B. MYERS,
STORE—No. 29 WEST STREET.
IfUliWaatßtßet Warehonou Nea.> . f, pOatkedaaL
Coal Yasdi A., W. St B. K depot
+ > AIfHAPOIIS, HP.

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I SO sum 4tr*t, . ANNAPOLIS, MD. |
X ***** a *n* uwnun or u
I Choice Family Groceriea. |
1 ‘TES.'SS?" PdLts. j
| Togythor with i cmnl ittirtanf if iirilufl*. |
I jomcj *e nunojH, jj
In* ,0 Mam St.. - ANNAPOUS, MD. Jj
\A/ E |IAVE SOLD THE FOLLOW
. VV INC BRAND OF FLOUR for
’ years, and the verdict is—it is all that is
, claimed for it. Every Barrel and .every
’ Sack is warranted.
Bp®cial Prioes to the Trade,
Bakers and Botela
‘ WCarried by us at both of our Stores.
■ . ■■■
R. R. MAGRUDER d CO.,
I Maryland Avenue Oonduit Btreet
Morning, Noon
and Jglight
* good flour shows its quality : In
► the fluffy dough under the
► kneading hands, in. the- brown
* loaves at noonday, in the flaky
white slices fhat grace the table
► at night. Good flour Is the result
| of careful, selection anil
► advanced milling methods.’
MMaßt Jh iftfry % N>k
► iwwß. jnena
► jMCMUSpUMM k*'\4 t W 'hdMft. Jfri
-1 mi* l •'
FWASH BURN-CROSBY'S
! GOLD MEDAL
, 'FLOUR
qttjflity is so high that it mate*
► one fifth more bread titan any
£ Other flour; makes lighter, more
delicate cakes and pastry. It i*
► made of the finest spring wheat;
J its sales exceed any other.
• W A.MIBIRN.CROSBY CO., ■
Mmn.a I
E. HAMMERLE & 0. C. GREGORY.
Having associated themselves in the
Sanitary Plumbing,
Gas and
Steam Fitting;
i And all kinds of Pipe Work, such as Sew
| er&ge and Drainage.
* Also all repair work promptly attended
to—all work to be neatly and satis
* far.torily executed. Have opened their
I Shop on State Circle, Opp. U. 8. Express
cilice, where we are prepared to re
ceive all orders for work.
|f*N. B.—All Sanitary Plumbing will he en
tlrely In charge of Mr. Uaminurlo a practical
plumber.
HAMMERLE & OBEGOBT.
Mr. 11ammerle has been employed in New York
City for several yearn In the business and
License from the Banitary Plumbing and Health
Hoard of said city. d3# Gin
bIbTISieI
New Buggies,
In Stock and Built
to Order by a Practi
cal Builder and
Guaranteed.
(Tieitper Ilian Baltimore.
Come and see them.
’ W. H. FELDMEYER,
i Calvert and Northwest Bts., Annapolis
KODOL digests what you eaL|
KODOL
■ etrengthena and msV
eas the atomach.
KODOL
•ad bowel troubles.
koml stese
gfvoa tone to the digestive organa.
KODOL ®ies overworked
_ Strain, gives to the heart a full, freo
and an trammeled action, nourishes
the nervous avstem and feeds the
brain.
KODOL b the wonderful remedy
f IkUtfUL thA( u maklnK K many
B sick people well and weak people
strong by giving to their bodies all of
the nourishment that Is contained in
u the food they eat
b Tter Dealer Caa Depffy Yse
Q Battles aety. St.oo Sirs hotdtne 2H tTtos
r thetrUl sue. which sells for SOc.
0 ntmiD ohlt n
| B. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO
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1 Green Groceries. Fresh and Salt Meats
' Provision and Meat Store
| Cor. Cathedral and West Sts.,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OF
r Fresh and Salt Meats,
i Provisions, Poultry, etc.
I rr-Every thing will be sold at the low-
I market price and delivered free.
D. ▼. mLLER.
* Comer Oatbsdral and West Streets
fKljpft
Voa will always find a supply of fresh
and reliable Groceries at
O. W. SMITH’S
RI M ain Street, . Annapolis, Md.
We MAKE A SPECIALTY OP
Good Butter,
Hams and Lard.
Teas, Coffees and Sugars,
Woodeuware, Tinware,
A fresh stock of Canned
Goods, etc.
Persons patronising us can rely on the
oesnroodsat the LOWEST MAKKKT
RATES. Good? delivered free.
C. W. SMITH,
8 30 34 Main Street.
JOHN BASIL EDGAR BASIL,
BASIL ~~BROS..
(SwcccMora to Jot. S. If. Baail.)
OFFICE-32* MAIN STREET,
— Wholesale and Retail Dealers In —
Cull, M aid Its,
COAL YARD AND OFFICE,
Opposite Short Line Railroad
We have on hand all sixes ot the best
CELEBRATED
Lee Coal
Clean Coal, and 2240 lbs. to a Ton,
Straw, Corn, Oats and
MILL-FEED.
MAIN OFFICE— 22* MAIN ST.
FEED HOUSE and OFFICE:
Opp. S. L. R. R. Telephone Connection,
r " -
Residence
Telephone
Service
$ I .SO per month.
Ih iiMwfiil always, anl
liMliHiMtiiMMble on ar
phmloiim. A reliable
tiro protection alwrayw
CHESAPEAKE & POTODAC TELEPHONE CO.,
Contract Ofllc, 9 At. Paul Balt*.
57 MAIN ST.
Utan. H> Cant* A Co
MAOTIOAL
GTOVE. ~f!N
and
Sheet-Iron Works
• STOVES, RANGES,
■|L FIRE-PLACE HEATERS,
qp| HOT-AIR FURNACES.
Furnished and Set-up at Short Notice.
Alaotiraplille Elhm(lc Palul.
Rooffing and Spouting-
A SPEOIALTY.
Particular attention given to Country
work. Orders promptly attended to and
satisfaction guaranteed.
No. 57 MAIN STREET,
Annapolis, Maryland.
Sanitary Horse Shoeing.
Having a Sanitary Horse Shoer In my
employ, I am prepared to do Horse-
Shoeing in the most scientific man
ner; also
Q Rlaeksmith.
WHEELWRIOH7 I
Fine Carriage Work.
I am conducting the Blacksmith and
Wheelwright business of the late F. E,
Stevens, at the old stand on
Prince George Street,
Patronage of the public Is solicited.
S 16 F. lit/. BHAVA/.
The Leading Livery of Annaoolia
RICHARD G. CHANET,
R. C. CHANEY, Oen'l Superintendent.
JteHlrlna and LlveniS*
STABLES
B 21 West Strtt 1 A&&&polifl, 2Cd.
All Kinds ofTeams for Hire
Horses Taken at Llvenr.
* Baggage Delivered. Furniture Hauled'
VifOßi to Meet sit Trains „ §Z~Z
Marriage. ud Fnneral. H pec tally, Mid attend®
to promptly.
, BtrneM repaired st reasonable rate* by .an ex
perienced penon.
. liOHSBH FOB 8 A LB— Always on hand and for
■ale, fioni to to SO Horace.
Order, tor cwrlteaitrain, will be attended toil
ton at Ota watch Uouae, Main Bate Naval Aoad
eary. or at to* Fwlat Teleeranh oSoe, Maryland
A venae, by S V clock p. m.. urn day before.,

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