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The American Citizen (Newspaper) - April 19, 1879, Baltimore, MarylandYol. In no. 11 Baltimore. Saturday april 10, 1879. Price 2 cents dentistry dentistry to the friends of education science and Progress your special attention is called to the. Following announcement. A t. 26 Orchard St., is tear Madison ave., a pleasant walk at night. Our reporter on monday evening Felt so exuberant in consequence of the Balmy Breeze and splendid Moonlight that he gave us the following original contribution / now setting Forth upon my course and going round the City taking reports and making notes 1 was pleased with faces pretty. Young men old men and gentlemen were seen this pleasant evening. While i on getting news was Bent the world at Large seemed pleasing carpets water coolers refrigerators ova the sight at St. Paul lyceum Hall brought Back those scenes forgotten where youth and Beauty reigned supreme and mirth and music gotten. Devotes his attention to the prac Tice of dentistry in All its useful bran cites Viz filling meaning extract ing inserting artificial Teeth,etc., Etc when Artitie Ial Teeth Are to be in the spelling Bee that Good contest sorted no charge is made for extract reminded me of school Days in Ltd when teacher did Caress the Teeth used in his practice Are for misspelling the word made by the Best manufacturers in the world and warranted to last at As one by one they left the stand least ten years if properly taken care 1 pitied them sincerely a. I. P t any a and wished among the number that mouse i us 11 is 111 11 Uoo Cluj having pursued a regular course f 1 was standing serenely. Hair Husk, amp soft top St Lav i mattresses feathers be a Massac ti1e1� reds and Redding generally. Children a carriages m dentistry in the state of a Lipsetts thereby qualifying thee reds and Redding generally., himself for a successful practice of the rut when 1 heard the pedagogue give words both Long and solemn profession and having been in prac a change came Oeur this mind of mine Tice eight years in Baltimore enables and i was absent pro Tern him to Promise his patrons entire sat i faction. He Hopes therefore to Merit then at Douglas Institute the entire Confidence of the Public when mirth and dancing n and receive a Large portion of its Pat 1 sighed alas should 1 Repi Ron age. Meat on a Pine when amongst this Gay throng 49 Columbia it be pot patients Are treated with the greatest politeness and All business transactions ate strictly confidential. At Samaritan Temple the easter Call and see me if you please when fair Ever you contemplate having opera was in full Bloom beguiling of crops performed upon the Teeth you a sundry Young men with right smart Wal certainly be treated till right a a tiny Quot a Quot 7 a Quot do not be deterred or alarmed do come and spend the evening by the misrepresentations of those who through fear or ignorance insist thus i walked on the City Oeur a that it is All nonsense to pay any at till Rig Sam Sweetl / tolled on manuscript. It was noted rather for its length than for any new i Forir lion on the subject. Senator ref who followed undertook the task replying to or. Blaines argue raw it he was the cause of much merriment on the democratic Side of the House. On wednesday the debate on the army Bill was continued by senator Reck who consumed the time for More than two hours in Reading copious extracts from various English writers on conflicts Between the English commons and the King. When he came to the portion that described this. Causes that led Charles i. And the Earl of stroll bad to the Block he excl tingly announced that those gentlemen were beheaded for opposing the wishes of the parliament. But he adroitly and carefully refrained from making any application of these historical precedents to the Republican party although it was Well understood what he meant. Tie i Eino rats at this juncture fearing if he went any farther lie might injure them More by his enthusiastic declarations than he had already done whispered so closing wry a peroration in favor of disbanding the army he took his seat. No sooner had he taken his seat than senator Hoard with a vigor Seldom exhibited asked him if he and his constituents still demanded the president to sign those Bills or they would bring the government to an end. Then followed a Lively personal encounter. The democrats finding that the debate is injurious to them will no doubt Endeavor to abridge it. This will be a rather difficult feat. As there Are Many Arab Itous democratic senators who Bug and have determined to Muke speeches. The republicans on the other hand rather like the de a a a a it y. A a a re a i in a it cd Tel v a a n11�? 1 &3 Portland j Tention to the Teeth but come and Seei. A a. T for j ourself and be convinced to the three i nudes walk from Balti contrary. Fees Lor All professional More St. Baltimore my. Note a ours is the Only place where every article wanted in Liou refurbishing can be bad Ami is essentially Headquarters for All Bogi acts in h Oil St keep big. Iyar sell much Vej reaper than any other House. A # Irmease give us a Call. I Ltd i Sta Lumen to to k e n. J. R. Robik sox services Are very moderate. No extra charge made Lor waiting on patients at their residence when it is convenient to do so. Relying upon his past Success he desires to Merit his full share of the Public Eon fid knee and will spare no j pains to give entire satisfaction in i every ease charges very moderate. G i v e me a t a ii sex a 111 i lie 111 y i work compare my prices and he convinced Tor yourselves before going else i when. It Filatro no. A Bireland Street i live doors est of Madison ave., Baltimore my. Dealer in the quiet Midnight air twelve strokes and quoth i �?o1 must get the Seene will live in future Days in vivid colors More me and 1 s i a 11 a m r re 11 men i be r that this occurred on e ister monday. Congress. It is expected that the debate in Congress on the appropriation Bills w ill la o t c i a a it be i Ltd a a t least Tei i Days. It is also thought that a Compromise will lie effect a by Means of which the government supplies May continue. In All probability tin extra session Quot ill not be closed until duly. At the opening of \ he House on monday the galleries were filled Long before 1 o clock the time for the debate to be Gin. Speaker Randall at the opening. Recognized Ladd a Maine Green Baeker who was stopped in the Intro a Cut Fife to their adv image. From thib it will a see Quot that our political opponents have by the utterances and manner of their constituents again getting themselves in a fix. If they continue thus in 1881 we fear they will Bury themselves in the grave they Are now digging and be seen on tin political horizon to More. Self denial. 17 b German Street opposite Penn. Baltimore. A11 k i n is of it a i sons to n t by o n h a n d. Orders promptly attended to. Ii am h a b fees hair 1 Eer ton my him industrious duet on of Greenback legislation by St and upright and a gentleman objections from Conger and lie made testimonials. Springfield mass. A Fly 18th, �?T71. A i q you Aav s to ils is to Resh it lilt or. T i a i i a i or v v i i i ii i Gross has been n my office As a Stu ii i Jav it it Dent and in my employ for five years Ami honest worthy of Confidence. Abo i consider him an excellent Wor k i n a 11 in m eel i a 11 Ira 1 1 ten t i Stry and fully competent to practices and a Able to give sati it action to those to at Chambers amp it Aki la 8 hair Mav his professional services. Dressing and shaving Saloon. No.1signed 91, Dover Street Between Baca i it Kielh s h. I Hurlburt h i. S. Eutaw streets. 1 Lair cutting 15 cents j. Rely re aha Juith 1879. Be 111 it i n e its Toile t a it Isles of e be r v a \ Quot Aeq 11 a Inte 1 with j r. Description constantly on hand. Ton let Philip f he a a a prominent speech but his remarks were forcible is pomade cosmetic and Tine soap ul1 ? 7 Street m. , Clear and concise. Senator Withers Choice Segars and tobaccos in All i Guinea pigs amp a. No further Progress. A Resolution was offered that no currency or Tariff measures be undertaken Bur was Defeated a vote of 108 to 117. Or. Blaine formally uttered his amendment and opened the debate on the Republican Side by one of those fiery outbursts of which he is prolific. Not Many Idle words he sign Oke during the time he occupied in delivering his also 5 a fait lit id Woikey in the sunday uttered a few feeble remarks Coli Tain dealers in All kind of Birds pigeons the doctor ing the old democratic arguments in As citizens of America it should be our duty to be deeply interested about anything and everything that concerns the it dare of our people. We should As a matter of policy and As prudence dictates do Ali that will materially Advance our interests Jerst. But we should never let thoughts for our Benefit an i thoughts for the Benefit of our country run in the same Channel. When the Fate of a nation d at stake those individuals who Are the chosen representatives should lose All thoughts of self and think of others. It does seem rather Peculiar that men who represent a people should use the efforts of those people to secure their rights and privileges As a sphere for self Elevation. Every Man who condescend a whether through magnanimity or for other purposes to make a Noble speech to make a speech worthy to lie placed on record should not be placed on the list As a hero. We All know what men say but few know what they mean or what their r ate intention is. Now we sincere e that ail citizens who would repro. O a us not Only in our struggles for municipal political and educational rights but at the convention which will meet at Nashville tenu., will not think of personal mat is a dentist by profession and Well defense of his party. Senator Wal skilled in his profession. I take great lace closed the Day with a studied Arlt pleasure in recommending him to the go Merit which was Only a defense of�ter8� to a condition of your race Confidence of the Public in general As his party and in which he carefully the help in tieed8 and the fact that deserving the attention and patronage refrained from making any reply to Jou Are now a Vang that race. I do parties and All. Or. Gross is not a pack but the Strong a mints of or. Blaine. On deem it necessary to speak Earth orders promptly attended to Ami at re Pearl trained Ami skilled in the tuesday the Senate chamber was fr0,11, has subject but a a word so j various departments of dentistry crowded. The galleries on the dem Ken m due season How goo it it give him a Call socratic Side were so noisy that police j an observer. Isaac p. Brown carriages furnished for Furneri the shortest notice. Address 9q porn err a Jarl a pud St Rev. Charles g. Key men were a faced on duty. Senator a desire seems prevalent Amono 2j . And cd fct., pastor Sharp or m. E. C in Rob. Logan a speech a As a carefully pre on citizens ont West to become the ill t. Baltimore my. Pared Effort although he read it from owners of real estate. Men wore placed on duty. Senator

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