Baltimore The American Citizen in Baltimore, Maryland
19 Apr 1879

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19 Apr 1879

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The American Citizen (Newspaper) - April 19, 1879, Baltimore, MarylandOf Bis speech be said a another thing to give the negroes credit is that we do not intend to wipe out All vestige of the reconstruction act a the applause was deafening and cheer after cheer went up. Music by the band and a Short intermission then occur 6.�?Square. To stuff to dress a color a famous Isle to embark in. Philadelphia a. 7.�?diamond. A consonant a vehicle a tree a Western City to beat with a stick an red after which or. Meyers introduce animal a consonant. De j. W. Cromwell editor of the Peoples advocate of Washington. Or. Cromwell occupied much time in speaking of the grand United order of Odd Fellows prof. R. , Dean of Howard University Washington a graduate of Harvard i Colleg and a Marylander spoke of the coloured men of the state who agitated the question of the rights of the Raee. He kept the audience in considerable merriment during nearly his whole speech. The last speaker was Rev. A. W. Greene. 80 much had been said that the speaker could not go Over the ground but said Pennsylvania had polished off and sent to the South Many a coloured Man who was now in the first ranks of his race. J. 0. F. Smothers. Baltimore my. 8.�?transposed squ1re. Words of the following Significations if rightly transposed will form a Square a a Genus of Trees hair to Challenge to dispatch. Nutmeg. Danbury it. Or. Win. H. Boone medium Herb doctor and planet Reader cures All eases of chronic diseases such As rheumatism dyspepsia scr Fula diphtheria &c., by the use of roots herbs amp a. Sprained joints bruises amp a. Suc Cessnu 1 by attended. No charge for consultation office hours 7 to 10 a. M., 3 1\ m. Baltimore markets. Fok week ending apr. 15. To 44 Clay St. Near Howard St. Answers in three weeks. We. Ii. Smith dealer in salted and cured meats and refined lard 155 Henrietta St. Also prizes. Fog first Complete list of answers this paper three months for next ii Merit a pack of visiting cards. For Richmond Market Howard Street and first answer to no. 1, a Magazine to j fifth Avenue Lexington Corner of no a Book to no. 4, a Book to no., Lexington and Eutaw Marsh Market a it a prize to no. 8 the Mystic Knight \ near Lombard St. The attention of the Public is respectfully invited to my Fine Stock. Six months Nutmeg to no. 6, a Magazine Mystic. For the Best Square the meeting ended about 1 of clock j a Silver dime. All invited to compete. Get i a ral satisfaction was expressed among the audience upon the remarks of the speakers. Such an meeting with such speeches has never before been held to our knowledge in Baltimore. _ pallor pastimes. A of solutions and original contributions invited from All. Address All matter relative to this column to c. R. Uncles 22 Boyd St., Baltimore my. A hirers 1o Puzzle in to. S. 1.�?nip, pin keel Leep rat tar. 2.�? \ p o d a l i n o i e Onon i 8 done e s a t i e n e l e s s e r 3.�?yokemate. 4.�? ii a r r o w n e e d e d e e d of r m e n Maca r e v o v w a v e w e d r g. W e r d e. D e d r a b rare dogmas area neuter rear d r a w e e. A a Rochs. Solvers. Answers to puzzles in no. 8 received from Little Duke Otho Dorsey Capitol and minstrel. First prize not won second to Little Duke. Chat. Judge streams will write soon Howard Pray Send a Batch for this column. Solutions at a Premium. Maud Lynn we were right glad indeed to hear from our old Friend. The Best chair in the parlor is assigned you. Done to fail to occupy it often. Wilkins Micawber Many thanks for Fine Batch. Hope to receive More As soon As you can conveniently Send them. A answers also Cora Lynn thanks for favors. You Are quite an expert lapidary we be he a i 1, Ltd Hope you will favor us with a Gem occasionally. And if we mistake not old solutions is desirous of acquaintance with you. Hope you la gratify him. Good reliable and cheap. Dentistry. Done in the Best manner and at a the shortest notice. Proir Humble servant feels perfectly Safe in recommending his work after eight years experience among his people in the j dental profession. Gas administered in the extraction of Teeth with perfect a safety by or. John m. Johnson. No. 18 Courtland St., Baltimore Quot a residence. 34 St. Mary Street. In a solution 1.�?charade. The first is a verb of which you have heard the next a Bible name a dear Little word you la find the third conjunction is the same the fourth. Pm sure is a goddess pure of ancient Pagan Fame and to better grow is the Thole i know of course you guess the name. Phila., a. A Wilkins 2.�?double Square. girls name existing a writing open rants. paste a province in Spain to prepare to turn aside an English a a a Ora Lynn a easter celebrations.�?t1 e sermons in our churches 011 easter Sun-1 Day were powerful soul stirring efforts As might have been testified by the various congregations. At Beth. A a of a. To tag of Ett preached upon the text from romans ii 2 a for there is no respect of persons with at Centennial m. E. Church Rev. J. Ii. Riddick delivered three sermons each to a Large congregation. Rev. C. G. Key pastor of Sharp St. E. Church delivered a Sermon on a a Many a temporal spiritual Blessing a from psalm 5th verse. Sharp St. , monday eur a april 21 by the choir j. S. Simpson,esq., Leader. Ami 1 17, in a. S St. Paul lyceum Hall was the scene of a Brilliant entertain tent consisting of music addresses essays debate and spelling Bee. The Hall was filled to overflowing. The spelling Bee was the cause of much merriment j the prize a handsome volume of j Shakespeare was awarded to or. Charles Mason. Doors open at 7 of Elk commence at 8 of Elk. Proceeds Church. For the Benefit of the Baltimore my. 3.�?numerical. Whole of 5 letters is principal. 4, 3, 1,4s a i Small horse. 5, 3, 2, is a fish. It Baltimore my. A Little Duke 4.�?double Clostio. To a score Lynn patiently sewing with lingers so Small quietly humming a hymn Annie my sister on a dress for her doll these prime is and finals with vim. 1. The time when Good folks Are in bed and burglars prowl around of second Wise old w Ebster said a a tis nothing but the ground a the next a Leader of the Church Ever stiff and Stern a pastime will Reward your search and you a Waltz discern 5. An this a lady you will find perchance it is your aunt 6. A Linen Girdle comes to mind to miss it now you cant. Baltimore my. A Maud 5.�? Ross word. 1. In two not in ten 2. In Man not in men 3. In ten not in two 4. In wed not in woo 5. In Rod not in pole. A Nice drink is whole. The Czar of Russia while taking his morning walk on last monday was shot at. The person who attempted the assassination was attested. He is a retired official of the ministry of finance. In fact there seems to be some talk of a revolution in Russia As 1,140 persons were arrested. The City of St. Petersburg was decorated in Token of thankfulness at the czars escape. O 3. 4. the officers and members of the grand United order of Nazarite you Are respectfully invited to attend a meeting to be held at the Samaritan Temple on next wednesday evening at 8 of clock to Organ ize a lyceum to be known As a Naza rite lyceum. Tire sister lyceum and friends Are invited to be present. All kinds of furniture neatly repaired and varnished. Upholstering in a All its branches. Hair Spring and Husk mattresses made to order and repaired. Loose coverings Cut and fit. Chairs re caned and perforated so inserted. All work done with satisfactory results by a ans. Pol Iii cd 63 Myrtle ave. Gold 100 bid 100 asked. Ashes pots. $ 6 00 @ pearls. 8 00 @ Beans in bushels new York state. 1 75 @ 2 00 Western Broom corny common Stock Good and medium Stock. Prime and Green Burl. Butter p lbs new York state tubs. Western tubs. Western Roll. Cheese f Tbs Western factory. Dairy. A. 16 @ Eastern Coal $ Tony Cumberland. Anthracite for Home use Coffee $ lbs Maracaibo. Java Laguar . Rio. A. #�, St. Domingo. Cotton. $ lbs middling Upland. Low middling. Good Ordinary. Strict Ordinary 8j @ lower grades. Fisk in barrel mackeral no. 1. 11 00 @14 00 no. 2______ 8 50 @ 9 50 pickled cod Quot a bbl 5 50 @ 6 00 Salmon no. 1, pickled. 24 00 @25 00 dry cod Ewt. 4 50 @ 5 00 scaled herring in Box. 3-5 @ 40 herring 3? bbl. 5 00 @ 6 00 dutch herring in Keg. 1 40 @ 1 50 flour la bbl Howard St. Super. ------------3 25 @ 375 a a extra. 4 00 @ 4 65 a a Good to Choice @ family 4 75 @ 5 00 Ohio amp Indiana super ----3 50 @ 3 75 a a com. To extra. 3 50 @ 4 50 a a Good to Choice 5 00 @ 6 00 a a family. 4 50 @ 4 75 Northwestern Spring ext. 4 75 @ 5 25 City Mills super 2 75 @ 3 25 4 Low to extra. 3 50 @ 4 00 a a Rio brands do. 5 50 @ 5 75 Patapsco family. 6 75 @ u extra. 6 50 @ Ficklen so Ridgwa a fan by 6 25 @ Rae flour. 3 25 @ 3 50 3 50 @ 3 75 2 65 @ 0 00 75@ 80 50 2 00 4@ 6 6 @ 7 9 @ 10 12 @ 14 12 @ 17 15 17 8 @ n 16 @ 20 9 75 @ 5 00 75 @ a a 18 @ 19 27 @ 28 20 @ 22 11 @ 16 15 @ 16 91 @ 9 a 9i 8@ 8f 81 @ 8 8i@ 9 Fine Corn meal City Mills a a Westem. Grain 32 bushels wheat White. A a red. Corn Southern White. A a Penn a White. 1 04 @ 1 05 1 0 5@ 1 05 46 @ 47 10 06 @ 00 7 00 @ 00 27 @ 28 13 131 12 @ 12 12@ 13 12i@ 12 1h@ 124 1d@ 12 �2�@ 13 17 @ 22 16 00 @17 00 16 00 @17 00 9 00 @ 9 50 a grand n i 1 m Umi. Baltimore my. Jay a at the new Samaritan Temple the Tarsi it a y e avg m a 1, tickets 25 cts. Henry Samson manager. Chas. A. Richardson ticket agent. George h. Ash. Dealer in 55 by office no. 282 w. Biddle St. Delivery y Ard at Bolton a a West mixed. 52 @ 62 Oats Southern. 30 @ 31 a a Western 28 @ 29 Rye common to prime. 57@ 58 Hay and Straw 32 Tony Western Hay 12 00 @14 00 Pennsylvania. 1000 @11 06 Maryland. 10 00 @11 00 Rye Straw. Oat straw7 00 hides Buenos Ayres dry Flint. Ass steers. Cow amp High t. St Eer sife heifers. C i to Sal t. M i d. Amp of v. It stars. Cows and Light steers City amp count Southern a a a new or. Packers hides. Southern Light dry tint. Lumber Southern Pine boards. Virginia shingles molasses new Orleans. Demartra. Porto Rica. Musca Vado. Oils sperm whale common to refined fish. Lard prime. Linseed City. Provisions shoulders. Rib sides Clear rib. Bacon shoulders Rili sides Clear rib. Sugar cured hams. Plain do. Mess pork. 950 refined lard. Western ires. Petroleum crude refi n de. Rice Carolina. Rangoon currency. Sugars dem Era a vacuum pan. New Orleans. Cuba fair to Good refine a. Grocery grades. Centrifugal. Porto Rico fair to refine a grocery grades. Eng.is.,fair to Good refine. Salt ground. Fine Turk s Island. Seeds Clover. 5 50@ 6 25 Timothy. 140@15o flax. 190 @2 00 35@ 40 32 @ 35 2r�@ 35 36 @ 37 2 10 @ 2 15 70 @ 75 50 @ 55 70 @ 75 66 @ 72 3 m 4 of 4@ 4i@ 4 9@ 9 4@ 9@ 13 @ 950 @ 7@ 9 m 94 8@ 9 @ 6 @ 64 3@ 3� 6@ 6 6 @ 6 6@ 7 m 74 74@ 74 64@ 64 8@ 84 6@ 84 1 10 @ 1 20 65 @ 2 75 30 @ 35

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