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Cheboygan stands upon the threshold
of a Mew existence. The ipring of 1877
wiK see it emerge from the vUTaejB gov
ernment, which ha proven too cramped
and small, and clothe itself In the cloth
ing of a new government, which it is
hoped will more fully meet the wants of
prosperous and growing place. The
future of Cheboygan is to a great exten
ln the hands of its citizens. Not only
those who may be called its leading citi
zens, because they are foremost in public
matters, but of every citizen of the vil
lage. It is true. M we have many times
stated, that Cheboygan has elemenrs of
growth which are not controlled by its
citizens or by tqeir acts. Still all those
natural advantages can be largely in
creased arid made much more valuable,
by the citizens, if they push these advan
tages to the front. Do any of our citi
zens fully realize the advance which Che
boygan h;is made during the past two or
three years ? lias not every year and
almost every month brought with it some
corresponding gain to the place. Per
haps they have come so gradually that
we may not notice them so much, but
when we compare the present with the
past, we see the improvement.
As in all other places, there are politi
cal jealousies, business jealousies and, it
may be, porsonal jealousies and these
may all be well enough in their way, but
they should not be permitted to interfere
with all working and talking for Cheboy
gan. We are willing that all citizens of
this place iiould do ail the quarrelling
among themselves, that they see fit to do,
but let it not have any effect on their
work for the place. Let all join together
and work as one man, where matters
that concern the prosperity of the place
come up. The Tkiblm: has always
aimed to work for the interests of Che
boygan, in fact it has pushed Cheboygan
to. the front, without mercy. It has had
its effect in giving publicity to the ad
vantages of the place, we sincerely be
lieve. Two years ago Cheboygan was
scarcely ever heard of outside of the
county. A person could never see the
name of the place mentioned in any pa
per; and more than nine-tenths of the
residents of the state were entirely igno
rant of there being a place by the name
of Cheboygan in the state. Two years
has worked a change. Cheboygan i?
now known all over the state as one of
the most thriving and enterprising vil
lages in the state. The Ticiiiuxi: km
wielded a large imluence in securing
this result. It has called the attention,
not only of the general pablit , but ot
our own citizens, to the advantages
which we posse-s.
It is conjectured by some, that Che
boygan will be a city of 10,000 inhabi
tants within a very few yours. We have
no doubt that it coi.H be, but if doe-, it
will be because the citizens all join to
gether and work. When any project
comes up which has a tendency to bene
fit the village or county, present or fu
ture, work for it, let it be what it MKf, if
It is a public benefit. Let every man
work with a will, work as if bit heart
was in it, and Cheboygan will be a suc
css. With all it must be Cheboygan
first, last and all the time.
RA1LUOAD lItSSEt TS.
There is an old adage, strike while the
iron is hot.' Now is the time to stiike
for a railroad. Tbetroo ka hot Repre
sentative McAr uur has done all he can
to secure a land grant for a railroad from
Fetoskey to this place. He has got- mat
Ur all arranged so that work can be
done for it, with good pgoapectl of suc
cess. It w w rests in a great measure
with our own people whether or not it
can 1 e M cured. If Cheboygan people
join together and work as one man for it.
work as Alpena has worked for her
ro:id. there can hardly he any other ouv-
omc but incconu But it will require
labor, active, petaietenl labor. This will
eost some money, bat it should be forth-
coming fully. Already sine action 1
has been taken in the eixlingof two
Itpramitativgt to hnnAn, They should
lc instructed to stay there and work us
lonf :b there is any hope of uec -
There is some opposition to the- me.isure.
and lr)in:i lOOIVfj that was least expect
ed. Remonstrances have been sent to
the Legislature axalnal the iue;vtire, for
a county which would be thirty
ruilea netirer a railroad than now, if the
icranl If made This will only compel
our people to u ork a little harder. Such
projects always have opposition. We
tin -ure ot One thiajfc however, that, it
there is no grant m ule for ? load to this
,...u-.-. tur.r ur ...Mi.: iw.u.v l'
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north of Fetnekay. It u this place or
nothing. Never before henre the citiseiu
of Cheboygan had Mich an opportunity
to -how how well they em W rk. Off to
accmi)li-h inch results. We hope they
AviU show UieMMClves eU 1 to tiie emer
gency. It is not enoiiiih to say that it
la gOOtT thing, ami then leave all the
work to two or three to do. It is some
thing that all must take an interest in.
Sf.cui.t vim s Kvaims Md Senn are
reported as favoring the ithitraw.d of
troops trom I. uiiana and Sositli Caro
lina. Seeietisries Sheiiuao. Thompson,
Mild '. I ' . ..,.ivu. tl 4 i .......... 1 1 f
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Dovens aleitllterl as to Umlalaoaot. :u - j
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ecraev. Iist December they had 14
Hayes auu 1 afk.irt! s rit on the Ramc . .1 r .1 T ,
. T, , pointa in their favor where the Repabli
00419. I o?tin;t4ter ui'tiurai K.' 9 poke on- j ... ... , ,. . . ,
1 cans nun one et. t i v l.vi o niiil-
r."';: r, rr'I'v-K' .uh.ill work warrsnted.
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vnn) I I i it-.. urliVi nmiarn ilu
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pavers AtipperttHl. Some fimlie: a terrible
civil war, at kail Ln Louiaiana, the day
.: er tti r op. a.e ai h i . urn "
WHAT IS BEING DONE.
tl those who have land for sale in the
lity of Cheboygan report that during
ust tew months there has been more
$ry for 1 inds from those who desire
ittle in a new country than they have
before for a long period. Notwith
(Hng the dullness of the times there
been more land sold to actual settlers
those who propose to settle here
ever before in any single year. And
jo quietly has all tais business been
JHsacted, that very few of our citizeDS
have 1 1 1 an idea of its extent. There
has been no raid'' on this county as there
was by the homesteaders in Emmet and
some other counties a couple of years
ago. The advantages of Cheboygau and
the sun riority of the soil in the county,
and its adapcabi ity for agricultural pur
poses aaa uvcome known, through the
uewspap in ad in other ways, and the
people have come to see. They find that,
unlike many other places, these advant
ages have not b en landed aboe what
they really were. Therefore these a u
who have come into the county prospect
ing have bought lands in locatious suit
ing them the best, and have, and will
come upon them so quietly that very few
will know anythiug about it. Only those
who have had business with them know
to what extent the county has gained in
population during a past year. The in
crease will be larger this year than ever
before from this cause. Every person
who can should wield all the influence
they can to the end of still further in
creasing this emigration. One of the
bes ai; 1 most certain way of doing tltlf
is to send copies of the Tribune to
friends abroad. There are none trbo read
read the Tkiijune continuously, even for
a few weeks, but who will become inter
ested in the place and wish to visit it.
The extra session of Congress to meet
June 4th may reasonably be expected to
continue its session through the greater
part of the summer.
The c unrrittee of the Ohio legislature
agrees with the coroner's jury's verdict
on tie Ashtabul.t disaster. A bill for the
proper construction of bridges accompa
nies the report.
Wade Hampton has discovered that a
chivalric southerner c in fire off furious
demands for the withdrawal of troops at
President Hayes without producing any
visible eff ct. And patting this fact
where it will do the most good, he is evi
dently a wiser, if not a better man.
Wi IB gold at 101, the usefulness of a
gold exchange ceases, and that at New
York has closed up business and ui s dved.
This great thermoiuerer of the nation's
patriotic temperature, has seen many
fluctuations. Some scenes enacted with
in its precincts have been as exciting M
those of Congress.
John D. Lee was shot to death on th
23d inst., on the site of the Mountain
Meadow nn-- acre. His confession has
been published. Tl e substance of it is
that the Indiana, instigated by Brigham
Young and o'.her Morman leaders, com
mitted the murders, while Lee looked
on and wept with pity. The confession
is a psychological curiosity.
The Bureau of Statistics has issued a
circular showing the coin ;t rati re ex
ports ol the United States for the vein s
1879 and 1878. The tables show that the
exports of manufactured articles in
creased in 1S7G ovei 1S7." less than half a
million dollars, but the exports of raw
or partly niauutacture I articles increased
seventy millions of doll irs. There was a
marked increase in brea lstutls, traits,
meats, lard, seeds, tobi eco; and a decrease
in cottoD. hides, skins, furs, vegetables
and turpentine. The total exports for
1H7G were . :37.4-')2,lG8 in value. The in
crease in the sales abroad of American
manufaclsires, thong! i small, I" especially
gratifying. Though -mall as a total, it
is iarse on some articles.
Mil. A. Oakey Hall, Mayor of New
York under the Tweed "lung," has been
missing since the 17ta inst. Various reason-
are assigned. Some believe him to
havr been murdered: some that he has
committed suicide; some that he has got.
out ot the war of exposures in the
tome that he has eloped
with an actress, Miss Dyas, to whom lie
has paid much attention lately. He is re
ported to have behave I very strangely ot
late; last week he denounced a jury in
open court in the most violent language.
His aberration is attributed to financial
em harassment, to disappointed ambition,
and his recent failure as a it age actor,
lie achieved a varied, but, on the whole
a satisfactory success, until the downfall
of the Tweed ring blighted his career.
Us LESS the promised reforms are car
no I into e!h et. the devil and the Democ
r.icv mav set the ReDtiblicma next tone
1 wit llOU t 1 U ll llCl'
intervention of l'rovi-
dence. Xe.erhail a party better o ,por-
tunirv f r'tlcciu itself ami hnllil nnnn nn
nui,'. rnnnA.An OM, , . ltl
ical power b in the north, and a majority
of the voters of every northern state pre
fers the Republican party as lo:i as it
behaves it-elf. If the incoming adminis
tration fulfills the expectations of the
country, the party will he invincible in
IS It Is very much easier for the Re
publican party to remain in power than
for t lie Democntej to get In. Those who
doul t that (ii;.i ratal in the aflairs of men,
who do not believe that the Creator ex-1
ere!iea power over the thing erea:et1 but
lcjlV0S t() ijiu mUst nt least
"latJinjt that luek is aoOly agaloat the Dem-;
publicans have won every sin-le,Uu?pated
pointyiud done n without thcaitl ol a m 1
I ' .
cller (,r th,; flrinS of :l "i.-Z7. 1". 7.'..;.
field. In Oineinnail Co nmerelV..
In speaking of Hon. Don M. Dickinson,
and his conduct of the last canvass, the
East Saginaw Courier says that bis ad
mirable tactics brought out the full dem
ocratic vote. If that is true, the "ins"
have nothing to fear from the "outs" for
some time to come.
Cincinnati will give a banquet to A. T.
Goshorn, Director-General of the Cen
tennial exposition, on April 4.
The Xew York state Senate rejected
the nomination of Gen. McClellan as su
perintendent of public works by a vote
of 13 to 9.
The suit ot the government Against
Jordan, Marsh & Co., of Boston, to recov
er for alleged undervaluation of goods,
has been settled by the firm paying $30,
C00 and costs.
L. D. Grosvenor, of Jackson, has com
pleted plans lor two styles of cottages for
the M. E. camp ground at Bayview near
Petoskey. One' of them is "for i$. O.
Knap), of Jackson.
jTnrkey is distributing rifles among the
Moslems in the European districts, and
along the eastern frontier. It is thought
that these are intended to crush the
It is the general belief that Major
Reno, of the U. S. regular army, who has
been undergoing court-martial for im
proper conduct toward one Mrs. Bell,
will be dismissed from the service.
Justice Bradley has received a letter
from a large number of his old townsmen
in Newark, X. J., expressing their sym
pathy for him under the '"virulent, par
tisan censure" which has fallen upon
On the 23d Inst a stranger entered the
Indiana national bank carrying a large
box. lie placed the box on the floor.
lumped on it. leached over the counter
railing, grabbed tfiio.OO:) worth of bills
anil escaped. The bank oilers a reward
of 1 3,000.
The Apache Indian, who were thor-
ongniy subdued, a lew years ago, n ve
iigain broken out out in boatilil e-. Late
news from tne Texas border relates the
particulars of several outbreaks on and
near the u;per Colorado river. The
Apaenea are reported as very insolent,
and threatening the safety of various out
lying ranches. Several fights with the.-e
war parties have already occurred.
Joseph Hippie, of Spruce Mills, Iowa,
extending bis ears into the future, hear
music in every house, m big cities, sup
plied the same as water and gas. 11
would have one hall with the best vocal
and instrumental music, and wires run
ning from it to every house. Play from
3 i. m. till !). When a man had enough
of it he could detach his wire and turn
oil' the music as he would the gas.
Philadelphia has two women dentists.
Miss Annie Ramborgcr and Mrs. F. C.
Trail well. The former confines her prac
tice almost eutirely to women, refusing
to work for men unless they are person: 1
acquaintances. She graduated from the
dental college before its doors were dosed
against women. .Mrs. Tradwell has been
practicing for twenty years, and is the
pioneer ot her sex in the profession. Both
tire very successful.
Strike? at the roof of disease by purifying the
Idicd, r.-1 ori r g tke liver and kidney to healthy
actum, imigorai ing tne i.ervous system.
Is not viie. nan? oiis omni oun !. which fir ply
purire- Ibe bo- els, out a snie pleasant remedy
wire': j- rare to purity the blood, and thereby re
store ibe health.
is now pre-enbod in eases of frofula ami other
ii'a m of" the bloo', bv m.iny ot it he beet physi
cians. w ni to it great ueaees i i curing all dis
eases of this nature.
Hoes not deceive inva'ids in o Mm hopes by
purging and creating fictitious appetite bat as
sists nature in eleartag -md purifying the w ole
sYotens, leading the patient gradually to perfect
Was la ke 1 upon a an experiment f r pnmc
tine b sonts of our bet physicians, but those
mo-' laeredalons in repr.r' t its merits are now
its most arieutlrieivls and sappoftOX.
ays a Boston nh - ici in, ''has no equal as a
blood purifier. Hearing of lis. man? wot Serf a
feare, afl r all other rrnniis had faded. I vUitrd
the labratoryaed convinced rnyaetf of ta genu
ine merit it hi prepared iron bark, roots and
herbs, eaeh of which is highly effective, and they
are ooriKttttded in wqch a uianner as to p oduce
a tonisbin results."
3 acknowledged and reeomrm ndd by pbypi-
oijtm and a otbeeM (ee to be the beat pur fi r nod
cleanser t Ine Mood y -t i'.--oered, uld t'.on--a
! ftp ak in it i hum won have beca restored
Boston, b. U, 1871.
Mr. Tl. R Stevens:
l).:ir St- bouto'ie y ar ince I found mvelf
in a b'c!' i conditioa froa general debility. v G
h i IN K w i-no uly ie ominend 'd lo are bv a
r nd who iit;d been inuc benefited Uj its aao.
I prooared tb itrtick. nod after naiag feeveral
liuitiea, oat reetored fee health ami dipeontiiu-ed
r-v-'j. L eel quite confident that there i.s ne
medicine aper'or o it tor thoee complaints for
u hich it. is a ,e i lly prepared and would cheer
Imry rt-ccnunend it to tho who eel that they
need Bovaoth eg 10 restore the to i eriject health.
Re.-peti illy ymrs, U. I- PBTTINGILL,
t 'Ins of .-. M. Fettinill & wo, lu "tate St., loton.
Mr !I K Stevens:
Dear sir i in- two bottle ot VEG&TINE fur -
nished m tv your dg'cut, mv vie ha utd with
i.! '!ti baoeaa.
Foralaa time f.he has be n trouldcd with
dmiaeaf Mftd coiivens, The-e t. noiiles are
u i v cutirr.iy removed iy the ue id VKCi h i INE.
sh Swan all n troubled With dyspept-ia nd gen
eral debilfa v, and ha- b pn irrcatK l-nelitod.
T: I U s. GILJiORE. ttt WalnOi street.
FEEL MYSELF A NEW MAN.
Js atick, Mas., Jan. 1, 1872.
Mr H. H. Stevens :
lt at -ir Through the advie lUllpHI llf !
(nation oT Kv. 1.. iwsi.oiihis nlace, I liave
been tattb a Vegi tin for dytpepaia, ol which I
have MaT ) t for yearn.
I bare need oarr two bottlai and already ieel
yaatfa aww man. BeapaatfollVi
2ZPC2T FZ311 A P2ACTICAL BSBQR ASS AICTEZ
CA2I. Hoston, Jan. 1. 1874.
Dear Sir This ;p to certify (bat 1 have froid at
retail IMjj dozen (1 52 boitt' f-) f your Vetretine
since Anrll 12, mW, and can trnSy bay that it h s
uiven tt.eV st si'i-iiict onoi anv teme iy for thi
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of !- y eaatomere testify uir to its aM rits on them
tft'ttft iribcilr frlonda I am per ectiy OtKoiatat
of several ease of Pcrofa oaeTaioti being cured
by Veeetiae abme in this vieiuiiy.
Very reapactfally yours, A I GILMAN,
To H. R. Stevens, Esq.
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The manufacturer believes that the American public aio ever ready ana friiiingte
Pay a Fair Pricefor a SUPERIOR ARTICLE.
a Hie, therefore, not afraid to add real improvements, even if they eance the cost f the
strumeat to thepurchaser, necause
His Patrons are Willing to Reimburse Him
Purchaser? ' oght nevei to loc eight of the fac,that when a maker constantly aims to'chpenea
hjp manulacturf s, tti buyer loses double in quality what he gains in cheapness. Tho
manulacturer has therefore proceedeu upon the principlo that the very
Best Instrument is really the Che es
And the result has been an increase in the pair of pianos of 210 prr cent, in the past two rears
per Internal Rerenne Returns, and this in the lace ef general business depression, unparalleled' in
the records of piano forte manufacture in this conntr v. It is easily accounted for whea ihe &b t
lacts are taken into consideration, together with the fact that the
me the favorite instrument of all our great artists and is used in publicby thea
Mr. F G. gmith.
jur sir: ' he Bradbury Piano, lor which
ov e nclose you my cheek lor the balance,
Mra Liraiu man me also 10 say tn t tne
wwm pa jtuisBuu mcx ounnwaj
nd ii r liiisny fricaMta who periorm u. on it in
Mr. F. G. Smith.
the duett liibtrument the Lave pla3ed on in M
Mr. F G. Smith.
irnl miiei" im m linudrlnilil n I ).. P. l.nv
mm bucn s-c.u- wLBuwuu m y'ur ii-wnien Dnanuuiii rianos. ana after having been pr.
- d Iflttcd y tome of the First Musictans of W ashirgton, their opinion is un
qualified pppio....oi: f r the Hribury Piano; she h b therdo e n quf tied m to ord r another of
your eclrbrated Kradbnrr ianos foi the Presider.tV Cutiage at Long Brdith. 1 am verv truly
yours, O. E. BAlJCuCK, Secretary to the President, and in charge of Public WorAs.
Dear Sir Enclosed please finci my ct eck for the Pmdbury Square G'r d Piane, so promptly
sent u rn my ricr. Mrs. Belka sa an. I aiyaeif ar b"th very much deli?ht.d wiih it. Mrs. iV-i-ki
p w isbes me t thank 3011 kindly, and to sa it is ih iweetest toned piano sr ever heard nt
ad he Inends re equally enthu' iastic in their opinion ol its beauty of finish, and e astir iomi.- it
i-annut 1 e exee ieu Alio iourir lad'es who are with u are .mcc
ear rtK- Mis. Howard and mysrlt cannot speak t-oo highly or recommend too stiontrlv the
ilullJra.4iuryPi.ino ipst 1 ec'ivpd fr m vour ii!t:v etil. bmted Itr.i.ll.iirv i,.r k -... .:. .
and touch and finish, and a'l that oombiaas t: uiakt-iu everv .-n -.-. blMttLi t?t-..t..c
co r tiin d in thi 1 Lei.itiiv wish y.11 success, as t-uccesscr to !r RHithim !
truly youis, u. O. HuWAiiD, B ig.-Gen. U. S. Anuy.
Dr. T. DeWttt Tilaiaae : " Friend Smith is a Methoiitt, but his pianos are all orthodox -tvo
ought to hear mine talk aud ting.-'
Dishon Ames savs: My Bradbury Piano is fou d, after a severe test and trial, t bo equal to
til von promised, and is in all re-pecto, in ri Lnedsol lone aiiu binging qualities everything tl. at
could be desired. ours truly, ' E. B. AMEsy.
r. b, O Hav n sa s : My Pnulliury Piano contmnes to crow b tt r ivrr ,,' ,... m.
and lau ilv mftre ami niore in l ve wi;h it.''
Ur. J U. Vine n; : For fndlv woiship social eatheincs. the S.ibb.'ith Schnnio. . a n
of musical entertainments, cive me, in r.reterauee
It excels fLnairg qualities. Mine n excellent
li 1 AlMMrt JlH 10 1VK HUM A VUIUM
ByaBpal'hetie, n ellow. yet rich and poHtertm lone.
rrom personal acqua'ntance aritn tne Bias, we can iw rse th. m as worthy of the fullest c-i? fi
lenee Of the poblie. W'eare naiajt tae Bkadeukv Pia u iu our families, anil tfeM tr.v. i ntiv
Pen ns at a distance need feel no hesitation
ordering frum iu They are r -liable.
A Cluster of Golden Opinions of ihe Bradbury Piano,
Mrs. U S. Grant, Executive Mansion, Ws'h-
Inatoa, D. O . says, am perlectly delighted
witu in v DracuHin naao"
duel-fu-tice St lmoa P. Chase, Wasl ington,
i C, decides the Bradbuiv to be the atiunai
I'iano ot ihe Cuuntri'.
Vic-A(!mial D. D. Porter, Washington. D.
O , "The Bradbvry is exqaisttelv ami beautifully
proportioneo. W e are delighted wuh ours.77
Hon, Columbus Delano, Secrcarv of Inferior,
WasturrtOi.. l. u., cuhts the Bradbury the Piano
lor the Interior,
P M Oen. Crpwell and Mrs. Creewell, "All
our friends admire the nelighuul tone of the
ls aunury useu ai our receptions."
Bobcat Boomer, New Tork Ied cr uAt any
lime will crop the renib of 1 Dexter,' to listen to
no tones ol our Uraubury "
Grar.d Centra! Hotel, New York. "In prefer
ence to all other.-, we selected the Brndbory
Piano tor our pariois. Our gue-ts pronounce
hem sj endid.
St. Nicholas Hotel, New Toik, "Ilae always
nsed the Bradbury Pisnos, and tako reat iltat-
ure in recommending them."
Meronjitan, Lcland Bro. N. V., "Have had
in -,onstirit U6e for twelve years a Bradbury
Piano in our parlor. It ia etdi good."
Hon. John Simpson, M. P., Canada, pay?,
The Briiihury can't be excelled the befct in
M. Simiison. Rishop M. E Church, Philadel
phia. "It is a very superior mrtiamunt both in
;ts finish, eweet tonen, and tinging qualities.7'
S. Jane?, Bibh M. E. Church, ew York.
U'e know of no betler piano thun the Urad-
Kev Dr. John McClintocr, Drew i heological
Seminary, "My land y and friends eay the
lr. Joseph Cumming8, President Western
University. Midi leto vn, ct , ssjra. MIf it could
not be re: laced wv would not part with it for
ateeltseonti Osa heartily rec nunmI them."
Win. Morely-Puncheon, Toronto, Canada,
lW arc delighied with the Bradbury Piano." '
T. S- Arthur, Phila.lelphia, "We hav-. ana
for vears and can recoa.u-cnd the Bradbury
Dr. John Chambers "Our Bra.burv Pisino
ha 8 von golden ep niocs among , he Phiiaueb
Bishop Merrill. St. Paul, Minnesota, Beat
Piano in the Northwest.1
Ir E O Haven, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
ennuot be exeedtd for swea n es."
ur. Luke iiucucocK, umcrjuti, Ohio, "Is the
Brig. (ien. Aivord. Paymaster U. 8. Arm v.
W sahingtoa, D. c J'
Bev. Geo.H. Wht . 1). D , Pres. Centenary
Culieici ite lust, lines otv-toara, X. J.
Ber.Lncins IL Bm', Pre Female Weleyad
Cullene, Cincinnati. Uh o
Bey. D, . j h. Farthing, Pres. Female College,
BJev. Daniel Kidder, Professor Drew Biblical
lnsi., N. J.
fj- Dr. Thomas Oaaid, Pastor Mt. Vernon
M. K. Ohurcht BnHiaioro, aid.
Bee. ItMhef Mernli, St. Paul, Mione ot i.
Bev. Bradlord K. Pierce, Editor Z ons Herald.
Dr Best, ot Chicago, "I e in riost oheailUIli
neooaiaicno ine Bradbury Piano as the beet."
AND HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
FR EEB OR y GARRETSON SMITH,
ast 14ft St., between Broadway & Fifth Avenue, late Superfntendcntand
Scceeeer ee WM, b. buadbury.
More than l.!,. 000
Maksion, Washington, O. C, March 3d, 1874.
I sent my Square Grand Checkering in part par
civts entire satisfaction. v 1
Uqnare Grand Bradbury Piano for which sh ex
rwo, suu iries me grat oh sa lslaction to her
th- Pnriora a the Executive Mansion, and hav
Wau Department.; Washington, January 23d, ld74,?
mil"l!tia anil axr it im
afchkfcton. Very ImJy your?,
val. 11. 11FLK AP, fcecretary of W ar.
HoWAJtD Univeksitv, WashingtoX, D. C.,March.3d,1874.
v -- - - m l k . . . . .
to all ther, the bwtet-toncd llrauburr Piano
as an accompaniment, owing to its peculiar
in sent user f r their HI lialsil PHrn i ict mmA
Dr. Sims, Pastor of the Madison ATenne M.
F. Church Baltimore, "My Ba timore friend
are in ect: cies with the beauti'ul toneb o or
Dr. H. B. Ridsrway, "My amity and many
friends rronounce the Brdb i y Piano spiendhh"
Philip Philips Njw Yo .,Fays, "I have feung
with and ased the Uakma Piano in my fami
ly lor yeirr."
Rev. Alfred Cookma .Wilmington, Del , "We
think our Bradbury Piano the best instrument
we ever heard.7'
Bev Johr. Cookman. Pactor Bedford Street
M. E. CLuich, New Yoik, "We prefer the Brad
bury Piano to all others.
W G. Fischer, Professor ol Music, irard
Cofh ge. Philadelphia, I m-e as ray lamily Piano
the Bradbury, andean with conndence recom
Cbajdain McCabe, Philadelphia, Pa., "From
the Atlantic to tt.e Pacific Coact 1 have heart ot
the superior qualities of the Pradbury Piano."
Rev. A.J Kynett D. D., Corresponding Sec
retary. ( hurcb Extenbiou. "I use a"d can with
out tt epilation recommend the Braabury Piano
as the beet.
Rev. Daniel Curry, Fditor Christian Advocate.
"I purely d a Bradbury Piano, and it is a splen
did instrument in every respect."
Dr. DePny, Assistant Editor Christian Adve
cate, "1 use the Bradoury Piano, and it stands
loiemokt iu my judgment."
W. C. Kmgsley, Brooklyn, "Jty Flano gives
Dr. Daniel Wiee, Editor Snndsy School Ad
yc.ue, "I use the Bradbury Piar o. and thiak,
like his music, it cannot be excelled."
Rev. W. N. Ferri", New Yoik, "My Bradbury
nap. stood longer in tune, and sounds better than
any Pisno in my district."
Rev. Dr. Fields Editor of the Evangelist, "1
have need a Biad ury for years in my family,
and think there ia no one superior."
Sands street Church, Brook'yn, St Luke's
K. Church, and a host of otliRr t.'tmrrhoa
Bradbnry Piano in their Lecture and School
Boon c; a'p, the Conservatories and promiiunt
Hotels in the L nited states.
a, W. Thomas, Bok Agent. Philadelphia "I
most cheerfully reommend the Bradbury to a'l
jyMMeuda who with to purchase a hibt-ciaaa
rr. WflVen, Bor.k Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio
VI v Piauo arott h su iitr wuli
My nauo grows sweeter everv dav "
Dr. Win. Butler. Mexico.'
the City ol Mexico." co 1 1,1110 m
iritis SitiKK Cllina' tNoth-
voceicu' N0nbein "stian Ad-
BrKookhT.YaY,.0r' Pa8tOF Street CkUfCh
t h 2n 4u-Ct T,fTanv, Pastor Metropolitan
launch, Washington, l. C.
Dr. C. R. Crooks, Editor The MUhodist, N. Y-
t.'11',1' Pastor Carroll M. E. Church
Brookly n, y