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tHE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
SATUKDAY. iDLY 1. 1870.
SAMUEL J. TINDEN,
Of New Turk.
For Vice President,
THOS. A. HENDBICKS,
: '.. of Indiana, '. . .
For Congress :
L. F. LANE,
: Of Douglas County.
" ' ' For Presidential El9clon I
11ENKY KLIITEL, ot Jackson.
E. A. CRONIN, of Multnomah.
W. B. LAS WELL, of Grant.
' ' 1 TUden Nominated. "
lion. Samuel J. TilJcn, of New
York, was nominated for President
nt St. Louis on the 3d ballot. On the
first ballot ho received 419J vote to
122g votos lor Iloudricks, 75 for Han
cock, 66 for Allen, 83 lor Bayard, 19
for Broadband and 18 for Parkor. On
tho second ballot the voto stood, Til
don 407, to 108 for Hendricks, 71 lor
Hanoock, U for Allen, 18 lor Parker
and Bayard, who tied, 2 lor Thiirman.
Tho vole on the third ballot has not
beon rceoived tip to tho timo wo jjjj
to press. : ' '::
' Tbo nomination of Governor Tll
den was not a surprise to us. The
hopes of the party have been drawing
toward him lor months, and ho went
to the Convention with a much larger
vote than his most sanguine frionds
could have hoped.' Governor Tildcn
is probably tho strongest man that
could . liavo been soloctcd. Ho has
thoroughly identified himself wi'li a
principle of retrenchment and roform
which ' alone can savo this country
Irom destruction. Tho people ol tho
whole land, and especially ol New
York, have grown to associato in their
minds the uamo of Tildon and reform,
and his nomination will bo accepted
as an endorsement by tho National
DdmOcratio party of any and all ro
form mcasuros. Going iuto the Con
vention with a strength of 419 voles
it would have boon political madness
to have thrust Bticlt a man away.
Laying all personal feelings aside wo
are satisfied that thoro is no man iu
(ho United States who can poll as
many votos as Mr. Tilden. 'Whilo ho
has fought corruption in tho ranks of
his political opponents, ho has also
fought it withiu his own party and
has invoked tho enmity of all the dis
honest men of both parties. Ho was
bitterly opposed by Johu Kelly, ot
New , York City, who is now the
Tammany chief, wlnaa ill-will he
gained through his disiiko of Turn
many politicians after tho exposures
hi tho Twcud caso.
. So far nstlie Pucilio Coast is con
cerned, its voto is assured for Mr.
Tildon tho South knlso will give him
its full strength", and howovcr much
wo may have ut any timo ia tho past
doubted the ability of the Democrats
to elect a President this year, wo no
longer entertain tny Buch doubt. It
will bu tho Kopublican party that
will bo lost, in tho Hayes of Xovcru
bcr. . 'i..
Tho nomination of Hon. Thos. A.
Iljudrluks of Indiana for Vico Presi
dent leaves nothing to bo asked for
in tbo making tip of our ticket.
Now indeod Is tho Democratic par
iv Undone. Col. John S. Mosby, of
bushwhacking notoriety, authorizes
tbo statement that ho t ill support ike
ticket of Hayes and Wheeler, and all
conservative men of Virginia, ho
thinks, who desire peaca and reconcil
iation, aud who too that no good can
como out of tho Democratic party,
will do the same. This Moby is a
nico specimen to hivo his opiuions
quoted iu behalf of nominees of the
party that ""saved tho Uuiou." Dur
I lg tbo war bo made himself notori
ous through bis acts of lawlessness
and cruelly to Federal soldiers who
foil iuto his bands. But when the war
was over ho beoaruo the veriest dog
that ever licked the baud that emote
him. Ila fell at the fett of Grant aad I
declared himself unworthy to loose
tho latchcls of his shoes. If tho con
lervative, or any other, men ol Vir
ginia have como to be represented ly
this animal, they have lost the epirit
that came so nobly to tho front In '76,
and t'jo celebration ol this one hun
dredth anniversary will be but a hol
low mockery with them. They Lave
also lost the f pint that in 1SG1 caused
them to do battle for w hat ihey deem
ed rilt, and they are but the crushed
and subjugated vatsala of an unworthy
Hon. John Whittakcr is the mem-!
Ier fa this Slate of tho National : and
Wo hope "the people of this State
have got enough of "Independent."
papers. Tho San Francisco Post
camo out "Independent" at $1 per
year. Thon when it had obtained a
tho subscribers it could, it became
Republican and raised tho prico to ?
per year. An impecunious pieco of
driftwood by tho name of Stearns
came to Oregon and started an "Indo
pendent" lice. He has canvassed th
Stato and got all tho money ho coul
from among tho people, and now be
takes a subsidy from tho- Republican
candidates to support them. He is
irresponsible, has no office nor mate
rial, but has his paper printed in a job
oflicc, and as soon as he sucks in a
tho money to bo obtained by him ho
will "jump" iho Slate. Let him and
his lice alone 'unless you want to B
bilked.' ' '
Tho most ridiculous thing on record
is tho Oregoni'an trying to make itself
bolievo tho Democratic party is ro
spcnsiblo for any. of the jobbery
thievery and corruption of the day,
If the Democratic party followed bad
practices in oilioe they cortainly bear
no blame lor tho Republican party's
continuing those practices. The Ro
publican party was supposed to have
a lino of policy peculiarly its own
and it must bo humiliating for tho
leading Republican paper of Oregon
to admit that it has not nor never
had. However the Domooralio party
under Tildon proposes to correot
thoso evils, which is at least that much
moro than tho Republican party uu
dor Hayes promises. !
Iho JSee Biys: "At the East the
worst element coming from foreign
countries, of which Oregon receives
none, immediately affiliates with an
becomes a part of tho . Democratic
body." Can tho Jlce bIiow us where
the foreign or any other element has
furnished to tho Democratic party
such finished rascals as Delano, Rob
cson, Casey, Babcock, Orvil E. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant & Co.? Verily, wo
Wo can say nothing of tho platform
adopted nt St. Louis until we receive
it through boiuo other source than the
telegrams to tho Portland daily pa
per. Never accurato in its report of
anything opposod to tho Republican
paper, tho report ot tho St. Louis con
vontion, bcouis to bp a worso "moss"
than usual. -
Tho Sau Francisco Alta objects to
the explosion of Cro craokers becauso
white persons who do it, reduce them
selves to tho level of Chinamen
Thai's a fact, and to thoso people
who exploda fuo crackors may bu add
ed llioso who kdrink tea, oat rico, do
kitchen work, wash clothin" but
bore, this beggarly oraclo has reduced
even tho last ono of us to the level of
IiiMiCNsa Paper. A marvel of news
paper enterprise is shown in tho Cen
lenuial number of the San Francisco
fyjViV of the Timet. It comprises 40
pages, is splendidly printed, on tinted
paper, aud profusely illustrated. It
probably eclipses any previous at
tempt iu the newspaper lino. Copies
tuny bo obtained for SO cents by ad
dressing M.D. Bornck, San Francisco.
.. Nattvuat Liberal League.
A ''Ceutcnniul Congivsa of Liberals" is to
on cotivouoJ at Concert Hull, J'uilittlolnhU,
July lit, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, for the purpose
of ortfutiiaing a Natiuual Liberal League
about fifty local Liberal Iauea have bwe
already organised during tile past tbreM or
four yeuia in UilTt'n'nt parts of tho country,
Tbo poiicral otycl of ibeno Leagues U to ac-
coinp!b tha total juruiiua of Church and
Suit, by r-aliu(j ail Uws which exempt
church property from taiatijn, permit Iliblo
reading and ur!iij in the puulio schools
enforce Sabbatarian, ebsurvnuee of Sunday,
aud so forth. Ovor 8 1 7.000 have bwo paid
to defmy tha ejpuss of this convention,
and more than live hundred certiuVutes of
membership bars bo already issued. Fran
cis K. Abbott, editor of tin Bjston Un
ii chairman of the committee of arranje
okmiU, tad sbmid ba iainvdiate'y add.rssod
(entfOKiiif stamp for rcp'y) at No. 1 Tre
moot PUca. B-uton, by all who wish to be
com rncinlxri of thu Coojrws. Numerous
disiinjuiiliod citixans bare given this m ore
men t the unction of their oamee, which will
be made known on orpniiing the new Na
tional Leagoa. A )arj(4 atteodaoee ia ex-
ppctud and a vigorous agitation in favor of
strictly ooat ffirtrnmont, Stat aud Na
tional, will be undoubtedly initiated. Ad
dreseea will ba aude by Jt I'artoa. B.
V. Underwood, Cbarlet F. Paip, Mrs
Cacria IiurnlaiB Kiltrore, Kraocia E. Ab
bott, and othrri j and important practical
moasuree will be proposal for dthtwratioo
an J action.
The Chicago Courier has been en
larged to Zl columns and changed to
a morning paper. It do:erves success ,
. . "
A more complete political ring was never
formed than than tliul which was arranged
1'liUiaday night at ' Cineinnlt'.i to! nominate
Mr. llnyea. It was madb up by the Jlarl
runft, llonkliiig, aod lilainoimuiiirS, aod it
ineiini the perpetuation bl Itbe 'titaut ring
policy. Tbt old ling leaders do'nbt mean to
give up tue Spoils our the plunder. Those
who uo not believe that the great railroad
jobs, as well aa the political secret orders.
are in it, are blind to acts that are palpable,
ii not 10 me -wajs mui urn dark. The
heart of the Republican party was for liris-
tow, uud 4b Convention knew it; but that
sentiment whs "slaughtered'' by the-rioe
II I 'I'
Proclamation ;bjr (he Prealdent.
' Tha following proclamation was issued
last Monday by the President: The Cen
tennial anniversary of the day on which the
people of the Uuiied States declared their
right to a separate and equul station nmonir
the powera of the earth, seems to' demand
exceptional observance. 1 he' founders ol
the government at Us birth, and Its feeble
ness, invoked the blessing of Divine Provi
dence, and thirteen colouies hnd three mi
lions of people have expanded Into a nation
of strength and numbers, commanding the
position which then was asserted, aud for
wlneb fervent prayers were then off-red. . It
sneina Cuing that on the occurrence of the
bundreth aiiniveraary of onr existence as a
nation, grateful acknowledgements should be
made to Almighty Ood for the protection
vouensaica 10 our neioveu country. I there
fore lutite the good people of the United
States, on the approaching 4th day ot July,
Iu addition to the usual observances with
which ther are accustomed to greet the re
turn of the day, further, iu soi h manner mid
at such time as in their respective localities
and religous parties may be most convenient,
to m.irk its recurrence by some public, relig
ions and devnut thanksgiving to' Almiirhty
(J od for the bltwirigg which have been be
stowed upon us us a nation during S centen
ary of our existence, and humbly to invoke
tha continuance of His favor of IliS protec
tion. In witness whereof, I have hireiin'o
set my hi nd and cuuwd the seal of the Uni
ted States to be uffiXed. Done at the city
of Washington this 2Gth day of June, A. D.
lBiG, and of the Independence of the United
Stulds of America the 100th.
Uy tlio President,
Hamilton Fish', Secretary of State.
4Bf ifirVT h WMilw! In every county
Miwiulnn, tha oMcit catuliliahrd Illuatrntod Porltxl
irula in Amonca. Thy me now flrt utraicd to cn-
rltiriivo terntory, !, enr,hlel t-oiutro-luce seventeen
vhihwi. who will, it tii v neruie an jm nrr unit ex-
r irti-litMM HiuHitifpri rariolicjtlH.NUited tons inanv
1 i t i ru t tutea or witnU, n3, with tlie (lioiie frum
I'.iKht IK'W mi l bonutilnl chnimoa. irivt-n Iieo nt cost
to ciwh anniinl iiimerihar, I eiiitlilnl to aoeura ona
or more u!'Utiuii iu ovury family iu their dis
trict. To akilltul cuiivaaHera tlita will at-Ruro perma
nent employment, and tht renewals eurh year will
nit'ii patient and moat litioml termaaer
i) a aoiuce oi au'ony aim avnureu revtuiiic. pei-i
corila who name the territory they deeire to oaiivnaa.
Ad liem, Airer.iy lifpartment, Kiauk IIies l'ub
lialiiug llouie, ill faarl Mrci t, New Vurlc.
What are the Credentiula of Oi.knk'i Hm.euua
RoAr I Firatly, It ia Sndorwi 1 tiy ine linil men aa a
diainlai'Unt, daoloniir, ami remody for lorntl diwa
ea of the akin, bi-innlly, it la un a I in liable aitkle
lor toilet uav. ihirtlly it ia iueiucuaive.
Tht National (.old Medal ros awarded to
Hriiilley Itulolson for the best Photographs In the
United Htates, aud tbe Viruua Medal for the bct
In the world.
i'B MnntBonicrv Street, Sin Francisco. - -
Q light tajlx in every luimly ready for uat.
NiUure and eelcnce are combined la tbe manufao
tuio. Qiaeuae oiigiuatca from diaorderof the ayatom,
go a medicine acta on the cuuac.
Exiicriem-o luu beral led tho viituo of 1'oud's x
JJternal application or lnwaully taken with safety
he cum of rood's extract are marriilloua.
Relief fi 1.111 pain ullaincd by tbo use of Pond's x
bottle for 10o., tl and 1 It. Largest chenpeat.
Qan be obtained from drucgiala everywhere.
Jrj it ouoe and you will never I without It.
NQTICF. 18 IIEKKnY (11 VEN THAT BY VIR.
tue of an execution dnlr iaana.l nur. r tha C.ir
cult Court of tha State ot Uitifia for tha county of
lauu iijr me vieia ineieoi, an 1 10 lue directed on to-
it i tha l-ithdity of June, ia;u, un a ju'luniciit
mndaied Iu aaul court Aptil IirtU, ls;o, ajrtiuat J. K
Uirlerwuwl. J. U. tliav an 1 W. Thoa. (Jhurn. an I
in fnvor of Nulria llumiilircy, for the amn of three
thuuaantl, tliino huo lied aul aevau Ii. 10,1 ilnll.i
Ifold coin of the I nite 1 Stntea ol America, with in.
U-n-at tlMreoii liom the .UU) ut aaid ju iKiucnt at th
mt of on lmr ci'iit ir mouth. tomatnr with nmi
and dutiiiraemoHta an I aivi uic ta aimiuntina at
thedawiof aaul execulian to tha aum at a mi 01.
and for the foiti hiauro of tha nioitinured prvuuwa
iwti aaioiiowa, it-wii: iHiriuuiuirat the a.iuth
weat mi tier ol lot No. ? in block Ko. 8, wiroer of
Kihth aud Wilhtiautt atreeia. Evun'ne thlv. Ijiue
eouuty.Uira-ou, lheui on. I so feet, thenoa north It
wi.aiwniwweai so loot to lllaiualto atreet, thence
'"i " uiuie place 01 ifjiitolujf, a.'l 111 Hug-cnS
will, I4.ua niuuuf , uifron.
'lheierora uy virtue ol aiideiocutioa, I tiavs levied
upon the above dccribd iuortitKd premiaea, an J
will aall the aameat nuhlie auction to th In.hi
bidder, at th C.ui'ft ll.i .l,u.rf .K cA,.is,.
I.aneouly,iiutMi, on Alosdar. th SlatdaTof
uiy, !;, Iwtwn-u tha houia ol S o'elook a, at. and
o CUKJI p: m. 01 a nd lay,
XiiinouU In l'uiU-1 tatoaif,Hn, 0.
a. B. E.VK1S. Ja.
Charir? of liane county, O. ea.
afa, an av aa si
BECKER & BOYD, Proprietors.
11V 1 k I j 4.
KR A BOYD 11 AVE REMOVED to tha
Idmg known as tit Central Market luj
KEEf COXSrASTLY OX HASP,
PrioJ Moata of all kinda. lard. Tallow, ate. Will
aru iki in rnuuaa liom ) to i ceuta.
No.. COO '& C02
rtrft A Mi)N'TH-Aauia w-le4 a.rrr.
.rj r, 1 1 Saa-av rarllr.arnlr. AJrr.
Fabulous lied actio.
FU R KJCTtTBE
AS WE AUE PflEPAItlNO FOR A LARGE
Manufacturing estatillshment we prop ae to
ncu our eoure aioca oi . j - . k
FURNITURE AT RETAIL
TbU Is a raie cbanu to buy good, nibetantlal
Furniture ainominai prices. Uo not let your op
portumiy pass. Lome in '
. D. CHERRY Ac BRO.
Lon er Than Ever !
HAVING TAKEN ADVANTAGB OF THE
late unacttlei condition of the Eastern and
California iloney Markets I hare
PURCHASED FOR CASH
THE LARGEST S10CK OF
Watches. Jewelry & Silverware
Ever brought to Oiegon.and am now enabled to
sell them at Hetail a! lurmer WHOLESALE
No Plated Jewelry of any kind I' kept In my
uiaoiiHimem. every article is warranted as rep
reaep ed. I have alao the agency of the unrivalled
To those intending to send east for Watches. I
will say that if they will let rhe know the name
and price ol the watch they Intend to send for, I
will furuiab the same watch lor Ibe name price.
Uy all means give me a call before going or
Ju2t 3m 103 Front St., Portland,' Or'iron
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL
Hubs, Spokes, ltims,'
Oak, Asli and Hickory Plank
NORTIIUt'B? & THOMPSON,'
l'OiULAND, . ' - . OKEQON,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint at a meet
ing of tbe Hoard of Directors of the l-ane
County Farmers' Mercantile Association, held on
tbe )7lh day of June. 176, an aaaeasment of 25
per cent on the capital stock suhnctlael was lev
ied. Payable to J. C. JENNINGS, See.
Or at Ostiums drug store to ' . ,
F. M. W ILK 1X3.
FIRST AND LAST CALL
HAVINO BOLD MY STOVE AND TIN WARE
buaineaa toO. llurbridtre and expect to leave
Boon, 1 will requeoi sn perilous lnnebtoil to me by
account ur note to call aud nettle the aama at uniu
or they will lo placed in hanua for collection.
11. T. HAVE8.
TN TTIE MATTER OV THE ESTATE of Henrt
X llaireiuau, dn euaed, Chaa. Ijiuer. Adminiatra-
tor ol nam catiite ol eaid Uenry llapenian, deceased,
havinir flleil hia final amount as aaid Adminiatrator.
it ia therelore onlci ed that Monday, the sd day ot
July, IA7II, be and hurohv ia eetBUurt for the bearing
of objections thereto and the final aettlenient thereof.
Uy oi-uer of iluo.Julm M.lhompann, County Judge,
r. jiuun in. Attorney,
SntlNG & SUMMEB TltADE
WE flRfl to Inform onr friends and tlie public
that w have juat received direct from &ai:
t raaciaco ana tue fcutuun markets
AN IMMENSE STOCK
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Mec'-d'bj our Mr. S. EOsi.nbi.itt, which we
Fartlea will And It to their advantage to cal.
snd examir our stock and prices before purchas
tligliest price paid for all kinds 'of Produce,
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
Brick Storr; tor. Wiilamttle i Eightl Sti.H
A.V. PETERS & CO.,
Are bow ia receipt of very larja stock of
SEW SPKIIVG GOODS,
SaiecUd with mneh car from the laireat and laV.
iair4tinf houaea in baa t nausea.
Our Stock of
la antutially larr and attractive, and eamtrnaea Ihh
farj lateat atyla aad aovelura, aad ( all mim
aa priM, ao as to meet tlx view of all.
aUHl UMUU11U aaVwIOTIlsa.
A lane atork of tW W Vn.lin. ... T
iiHt ijwui, loweiinxa ana ussiery; voreata,
UasdkanliMta, Lac aad Lines Collar ia all iradea.
te wnx mm moutst xixirr nua
la easfc for any a ant bee of tamada of
GOOD ULTvCUA.XTi.BLK WOOL
Of tn Ampt,o vtvsttd, far Lich, wlU
A. Y. TETERS k CO:
The One Hundredth Anniversary
Salute of 100 Guns at Sunrise Na
tional Salute at Noon; Gun
. for each Stato at
Ptocesaion will form on square In front of fcourt
Houae at 10 o'clock a. m., and march west oa Eighth
to Willamett street; south on Willamette totfinth;
east on Ninth to Biitli; thenoe north to Eeighth; east
ou Eighth to flrat a(i eet eaat of millao. thenos eaat
togroumla, near lnderwoodS: Co.' mills. The pro
cesaion will then disband.
Order of Kxefclae I .
1. Assemblage called to order by the President. ,
1 Muaio by the Band. j
3. Prayer by the Chaplain.
4. Beading of the Declaration Of Independence,
5. ' Muaie by the Band.
7. Musie by the Band.'
A baaket dinner will then be aerved, after wnlch
proccaaion will reform and inarch to the court house
fa the evening a Firemen's Grand
Ball will bo given at Lane's llall.
FIIOE.YS GKVD HALL.
EUGENE HOOK & LADDER CO.
. WILL OIVI A
GRAN D BALL
JULY 4th, 1876,
Lane's Hall, Eugene City.
6. II. Friendly,' Ju. McClaren,' "
J. T. Witter, Jeff. Smith. .
COMMITTEE OF KECEBTIOK.'
,C. W. Pitch, ' ' ittt. Smith,
' J. O Brfeti. Ju. McClaren!
B. C. Van Houten, 6. C. Croner,
6. A. Oinlen, J. N. roindexter.
' 4. aaaaaaaaa
Tickets, Including Sapper, $(;'
Bait of Mimic tor the occasion.
EVERYBODY IS I.HVITED.
. Tickets fof Sale at CraWs.'
THESESPniNGSAUE LOCATED ABOUT
55 miles east of Euecne City and within four
miles of the celebrated Big Prairie of the McKen-
s e. They are within a few hundred vards of
Horse Creek, one of the must famous troutini
streams in Oregon. Peer and Elk are tery plenty
near these springs, having been the resort lor ages
of these animaN. The grandest and most pictur
esque scenery in the North Pacilic. We have the
best buildups' and the lit acenmraodutions of
any bpriugs in this psrt or the State. Our hath
house is new. and is constructed with reference to
the wuuts of tho-e visiting us from the valley. We
also have an excellent vapor bath room constructed
sear the head of the Spring, and in all things, we
propose to keep np with tbe demand for an insti
tution ol this kind.
An experienced physician In attendence at all
times. Board and (od ;ings in good style for those
wuo pieier it. animals can la) pastured ror small
cost and be perfectly safe.
; . A. n. rULc.1, rrorrietor
A LARUE STOCK OF .
CLOTHING, 17ATS, " '
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. Yankee 'Notions,'
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Hiehest market nrlce nald for all kind, nf pro.
vlc, H1UL3 and FU1W.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
At Dunn's Old Stand,
jrEEPS CONSTANTLY OS BAND A GOOD
iv assortment oi oi
Hack, Bufffrv & Team-Harness.
oauuitw. u nips,
Carry Combs and Brushes
Aod erervthlng osuallr kept in a first class Har
teas Shop. r,.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
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F.ank Ule;s lllVt Newapaper, Weekly', ft C
Frank Leslie's Chimnev Corner
Fra- k Leslie's lllustrirte Zeiionir
Th Day's IHiincs . , , , aa '.
Frank l.ie's Lady's Journal, "
The Yonng American
Frank Leah s Roy' and Girls' Weekh.
Frank Lr sPopnW Monthly,
Frank LesI :es Udy's alagulne, Monttly.
Frank Lralit's B-y of America, "
Frank LIm PWarnnt Unara, "
Fran trie's BuJtet of Fn.
The Jolly Joker. . "
trans Ulie's Familt BeraM.
Frank Lrvlie New York
Frank Lealie's Illuatraled Almanac.
Fiank Leaist's Cociie Almsnac .
!vT mar't anhacriw u tu!a it i -t ...
m. Premium Chrome with each paUicatioa. Tha
enginala were demgned aad paint expre sir for
Our CM. Sad In Chrnaaoa aae Krml.rf I. ..l
actly reproducing, la try detail to nxinaT
lVseriotioa of Chrsnna. Pahlirattn. ..a r:H.
lib aamp papera, seat oa reoaint ut atamMi w
taahs s Pahlirt ag Boos. J7 Paari Street. &
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Its Intrinsic merit and decided superiority over
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note to adopt and recommend it. . : , , . -
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to recommend and praise your instruments
Miss Kellogg says: Tour Pianos are my choice)
for the concert room and for my own house.
Lucca says: Your uprights are. extraordinary
instruments, ana deserve Uieir great popularity, 4
PsCtl says;' I bare used the pianos of every
celebrated maker, but give youra tbe preference
over all. . , . ,
Strauss says: Your Pianos astonishment me,
I have never seen any pianos which equal yours.
Wehll says: Hadame Parepa called yoar pi
anos the finest In the United Btetea. I fully ea-T
done that opinion. Tbey have no rival. .
SHERMAN & HYDE
Corner of Kearney and Sutter Sts., (
Pacific Coast agent.
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WU0LE3ALI ANA RETAIL
Sheet Music, Music Books,'
& HYDE PIANO
Has four HonnJ Corners, Elegant Case, Grand
6cale,Full AgraSe, Is FirsUClans, , and ., i
Fully wa. ranted for Ten Years.
Bcjuare or Upright, tlSOi . MV
Is "i Octaves, Dandsom Mouldings on top antf1 '
bottom of case. AgraSe Treble, Carved
Legs and Lyre, and the best
Piano for the Price,
$350. .. . ..
For Elegance of Case) Richness
and variety Tone, Delicacy of action and DorabU-'
For Illustrated catalogues', or aoj trtidVm
tbe masic trade,' ' ' !:
j, . Address , ; ; ' 1
, Sherman & Hyde,i
Cor. Kearoey aad Sotter Su!,1 i:
F. B. DUNN, : ,
HAT1?0.. ?0C0HT THK INTEItESTOr
Mr Scott In .he old firm is now ranningth
nsiness a'one at the old stand. h. k. -In i..'
p. aedtoseesll Is old customers
H Vint-ninth tld alnrk- 1
stock nowoea Iventireie ' 1
it'ew ANi) Complete
Composed in part af nearly ' ,''
ETEBYTUINa CALLED fOB, V
Ati I Bake a ipeclaltyja '.!:., : D
HARDWARE,- IRON AND STEEL H
I wJih to maka
bat Farmen can coke nearer a-ettin'- all th..
may want at my store than at aay other eatab-,
lishment. I am aiao agent for HAWLEY, DODD
A CO., of PorOxnd. for all '
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ALSO, FOR PRINCE k CO. "8 '
ORGANS AND MELODEONS
F. B. DTTTinir j.
MRS. A. W. STOWBIaL.
. . ' TEACIItB OF ' . f! '
PIANO, ORGAN. HARMONY
AND TIIORQUGIIBASS. : , (
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