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SOUTHERN OREGON MAIL, FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1892.
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CORRECTED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Wheat, No. 1, v ( , perbushel
Oats, : '
Potatoes, " '
Mill Feed, Bran and Snorts, par ton
Hay, baled, M1.09; loose,
Wood ! .f""1
Bacon and Baa
Pork Packing. ;.
Joe Hockersmith will go into the
Pork packing business on an extensive
scale in this city this winter and hav
ing purchased a five-acre tract just
north of the distillery, commodious
buildings are being erected and ho ex
pects to begin killing in a few days. A
large band of fat hogs have just been
driven - in from Klamath county and
these will be slaughtered immediately.
Farmers having porkers to dispose of
will do well to consult Mr Hockersmith.
It is with pleasure that we recommend
his product. -
All those knowing themselves to be
indebted to the undersigned will please
call and settle at an parly date.
Call early. . W. P. Wood.
. Medford, Ore., Oct. 28, 189i
All persons indebted to the Estate of
Henry Smith, are requested to pay up
within the next thirty days.
All accounts will be closed, as the
Estate MUST be settled.
By order of Administratrix, '
P. L. Craxfill, Manager.
Medford, Nov. 1, 1892.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded, fries Zac
per box. For sale by G. H. Haskins.
. Farmers, Attention.
The tariff having been taken off of
flour we are selling full roller process
sour lor 'M eta. per sacK. Angle & fly
AVe have moved into our new shop
- on U street, and are now prepared to
serve tee public with everytning in
our line. Thanking you for your past
patronage, we hope, by fair dealing, to
merit a continuance ot the same.
We are yours anxious to please,
BnopnY & Mathks.
yj m47warnloeais mm sen
?tl?73f iKerfrt.HAt DfecbVery-fnt cwanmptoon,
TrWf.'-,-Jii sfc httnrlclric Bitters, and
."t-V?WXjB Jarimar siielt' uni
r,i TXiact56a--AVe da not hesitate
f ?v'5jt-i lupaudorthem every fame, and we
i i;v-v3 V.'itad ready to -refund the purchase
price. 31 satistac:ory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. i. H. Haskins, druggist.
Central Point Dance.
There will be a dance in Central
Point at Fradenburgh's ball on Friday,.
Nov. 11th, 1892. Dance till 2 in the
morning. No supper. Tickets 75 cia.
It is worthy of notice that on account
of singing school these dances have
been changed from Saturday evenings
to Friday evenings, every two weeks.
No one allowed in the hall without a
ticket. All are invited.
' L. M. Bobbins & T. M. Center,
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual assessment roll for the town of
Medford for the year 1892 is now com
plete and will be subject to public in
spection until the 10th day of Decem
ber, A. D., 1892, as provided for in
Section (2) Two, Ordinance No. 87.
. Dated at Medford, Oregon, this 2d
iay of November, a. D. 1892.
J. H. Paris,
MOKRIS At Talent, Oct. 25, to Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Morris, a daughter.
ANGLE At Jacksonville, Oct. 30, to
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angle, a 12
H ANNA At Oakland, Calif., on Oct.
22nd, to Judge and Mrs. H. K. Han
Da, a son.
KLUM At Talent, Oct. 17, 1892, to
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Klum, a son.
WALCH At, Eagle Point, Oct 42, 1892,
to Mr, and Mrs. Walch, twin sons.
. CASTER At Medford, Oct. 29, at 9 p.
.'. M. Nathaniel Marion Caster, age 51
' years, 3 months and 11 days.
The funeral took place from the late
residence of the deceased, on Monday,
Oct, 31, at 10 A. 2f. Interment in I. O.
O. F. cemetery. Mr. Caster had been
in failing health tor a long time and of
late was a confirmed invalid. . He was
born in Van Buren county, Iowa.
LACEY In Jacksonville precinct, Oct.
25, 1892, of heart disease, Mary, wife
of John S. Lacey; in her 04th year.
SMITH SIMMONS. At the Congre
gational parsonage in Ashland, Oct.
25th, 1892, by Rev. G. J. Webster,
Mr, .'Walter C. Smith, of 'Stanislaus
county, Cal. and Miss Lydia A. Sim
mons, of Ashland.
HAYMOND-MORRIS.-In Rock Point,
on Oct. 25, County Commissioner Ren
Hay mood and Miss Rose Morris.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
, Dry popcorn at Elder's.
Subscribe for the Mail.
Fine job work at this office.
Fruit jars at Davis &' Pottenger's.
Decorated crockery at Wolters.
Go to Elder's for the best tea in
A. Mingus has been up from
Pure Cider Vinegar at Davis &
Isaac Woolf has returned from
Quaker Rolled Oats at Davis &
Francis Fitch and wife went to
Complete list of Oregon school
book at Slover's.
Hon. J. D. Whitman is in the
field for democracy.
Smoko 'the Detroit Free Press
cigar at C. W. Wolters'.
V. J. Gregory of Central Point,
has returned from Klamath county.
Rubber tip lead pencils 10 cents
per dozen and up at Slover's.
Win. Hanley has been in Port
land with a lot of mutton sheep to
D. S. has just received a large in
voice of tinware. Call and see prices.
Mrs. Wnght of this city, has been
visiting her uncle, J. L. Downing in
Mrs. A. J. Barlow the Gold Hill
operator, was visiting iu Medford
Ladies' visiting cards printed at
J. C. Smith of Sams Valley
dropped into the Mail office
Mrs. W. P. Linville of Sams Val
ley, was stricken with paralysis a
few days ago.
Fine spices and extracts at Davis
Mrs. Rupert, of Missouri, is visit
ing her Irother's folks, W. T. Moore
at Central Point,
Such dreams of baby's shoes at Tay
ler's; also a full line of school shoes.
Opposite Post office. A. C. T.
S. M. Nealon called on us this
week. .He reports the Waldrop
meetings booming. -
Mason fruit jars at C. W. Wolters;
largest stock and variety.
C. B. Cristler, of Ashland, has
moved to Medford and will work in
the pork packing house.
Smoke Pride of Medford cigar,'
for sale by Davis & Pottenger.
Simmons & Cathcart are hav
ing the front of their hardware
store repainted by Milton Maule.
Hanging lamps at cost. Davis &
W. S. Jones has purchased of J.
R. Standley lots 3 block 28 in Med
ford for $40.
A full line of the Oliver chilled
plows on haud at Nicholson's imple
ment house in Medford. Two doors
from Mail ofhice.
There are thirty-eight pnpils in
the school at Eagle Point, so Prof.
Placer and quartz claim notices
for sale at this office.
Surveyor C. J. Howard has
rounded up for the winter and the
crew has disbanded.
You will find ladies rubbers, boots
and artics, gossamers and water-proofs,
gent's oil suits, gum coats and hip boots
at Angle & Plymale's.
Prof. J. A. Jonas of Eagle Point,
is improving his' farm in the way
of buildings and fencing.
Buy your school tablets at Slover's
and get a good lead pencil free.
Col. R. A. Miller, the ex-presidential
elector, registered at the
Grand Central Tuesday.
Partly cooked, silver-flaked horn
iny at the Wolter's grocery.
Miss Lydia A. Simmons was
married at Ashland on Oct. 25, to
Walter C.' Smith of California.
Real estate transfer: Wm. Sling-
er to Lou Delia Jones, lots 17 and
18, block 46 in Medtord for $190.
We give a cash discount of 5 per
cent on all purchases, Angle & Ply-
Mrs. Chas. Fronk and children
returned to Albany the first of the
week after a couple of weeks visit
The prospects are that Jackson
ville will soon have a female brass
band. It will certainly be first
t(71iAn 1 t i.
read the Mail and it will restore your
nf fart rrT
Wf V. Jones, of Woodville, has
been buying wheat of the Evans
creek farmers and will ship several
Largest stock of men's youths', and
children' clothing in town at Anglo &
tr lymaie'8. ,!
' The Medford Business College is
steadily . growing in favor and
attendance. ' Several new students
this week. ! . '
') ' - 1
Miss Lizzie Schmidtlein of Wood
ville, received the first "prize us
best speaker at the Gold Hill Col
The Premium Market for good
meat. . .. .. ,
Pure maple syrup at Davis & Pot
tenger's. Dr. R. Price is back from the
Ueinorest Bros., dentists. Nitrous
oxide gas administered for painless
extraction of teeth.
C. A. Dickison has been down
from Table Rock this week
The ladies and childrens cloaks at
Angle & Plymale's, are going fast.
L. W. Robbins, the Central Point
dance professor, visited us Tuesday
A full 'ine of flannels, yarns and
woolen hosiery just reeeived'at Angle
W. II. Bradshaw and Jas. Wiley
were down from Eagle Point one
day this week.
Francis Fitch will speak for dem
ocracy in Medford tomorrow (Sat
urday) in the afternoon.
Go to the Premium- Market for
Bologna and all kiuds of sausage.
Glassware at cost. Davis & Pot
tinger. Jeweler E. L, Brown has vacated
the Standly brick on C street and
is now occupying the Wood harness
If you are unwell or experience that
tireu feeling, take the Mail; it will
Telegraph operator C. E. DeLash
mutt, brother of Mrs. Dr. Pickle, ar
rived from Portland last week for a
few days visit.
For teas and coffee try Davis &
G. W. Cooper of the Clarendon,
has rented a ranch in the Santa
Clara valley, Calif., and after put
tiug the crop in will return liere
after his family.
The best five cent cigar in town is
the Pride of Medford (or sale by Davis
The family of Edward Hobson f
Big Butte, arrived from the east a
few days ago and will reside in Ash
land for the winter.
Go to Penwell's bakery for bread,
pies, cakes, etc
Rev. R. C. Oglesby and his sons,
of Jacksonville, Robert and Walter,
left last week for a three weeks trip
in Klamath county.
There has been a continued tendency
to bowel disease here this seasou, savs
G. W. Shiveli, druggist, WickliUe, Ky.,
and an unusual dcuianu lor Uiiauiuur-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. 1 have sold four boilles of it
thin mnrniiiir. Siin mmitrlrHtilM (mii
it has proved successful." r or aula by
Geo. h. Haskins.
Wm. Terrill, our good friend
from Brownsboro, has ordered his
paper changed to Klamath Falls.
We pelieve he expects to locate
The best bread in town at Penwell's
J. C. Whipp. the Jacksonville
marble man, has closed up his bus
iness and departed for Portland
where he will engage in the marble
We claim to turn out the best and
neatest job work in the valley at rea
E. K. Anderson of Talent has
purchased a quartz mine iu Califor
nia for the sum of $10,000 and is
making prepararions to go there
and work it.
Huruce Nicholson cariios a full
line of farm machinc-ry, vgons, etc.
Call on him. Two doors from Mail
A son was born to Judge and
Mrs. H. K. Hnnna at Oakland
Calif., on the 22nd of October.,
This explains the absence of Circuit
D. S. wants to buy V.00 worth of
second-hand furniture at his second
hand store. 41-U.
J. W. Graham, superintendent
of the R. R. V. R. R.. left for Port
land last week to be gone a few
days. His son acted as conduc
tor in the meantime.
Lamp chimneys at Wolter's gro
cery. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Walch of Eagle Point, on Oct. 24,
1892, twin boys. One of them died
at birth and the funeral took place
in the Antelope cemetery.
O. Holtan, the Merchant Tailor,
has just received the largest and Gncst
stock of cloth ever seen in Medford.
County Commissioner Ben Hay
mond of Rock Point, and Miss Rose
Morris were married at that place
about a week ago. This is the re
port, but we have no further news of
Celluloid in shoots for fancy work
Cameron Brothers of Uniontown
have sold their fine crop of apples
to local dealers and are now engaged
in hauling them to Jacksonville for
shipment to the Portland market.
Thos. Mc Andrews and R. S. Dun
lap have returned from .Josephine
county with the remains of Prof. J.
B. Farley, who died lately in Grants
Pass. The remains were re-intered
in the Jacksonville cemetery.
H. Nicholson's implement house
has just been opened to the public. Call
and inspect nis plows, ' vagons, etc.
Two doors from Mail office. Mod ford,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mrs. N. B. Bunch is mourning the
sad intelligence of the death of her
mother iu the cast.
We understand tnat those who
were awarded premiums at the late
fair will only receive 40 per cent of
the premiums offered. The associ
ation claims that it is compelled to
do this for want of funds.
The demand for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
steadily growing, from the fuct thai all
who give it a trial are pleased with the
results and reccommend it to their
neighbors. We feel sure that the rem
edy cannot bo recommended too high
ly. Wagley & Smead, Druggists,
Newton, Iowa, tor sale by Geo. 11.
The Adkins and Yiuns hunting
party, who had been absent several
days in the vicinity of Elk creek,
returned the first of the week,
having secured eighteen deer.
This is cortainly a record to be
T. J. Kist, who for several years
has been with the Ashland roller
mill, has accepted the position of
miller in the new mill of Welch it
Welch of Central Point. The new
mill started grinding a few days ago.
Night Miller Hastings of the A.
A. Davis flour mill of this city, de
parted for Walla Walla, Wash.,
last Sunday where he will take a
position in a flour mill. The Davis
mill will uot runonights hereafter.
The jewelery firm of Chute it
Campbell lately established in this
city, has broken up, Mr. Campbell
having gone to California and Mr.
Chute taking chaige of the business
and moving everything to Klamath
"I would rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," says Mrs.
Haltie Mason, of Clinton. Carter Co.,
Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Chok-ra and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This medicine can always bo depended
udon, even in the most severe and dan
gerous cases, both for children and
lo aud oO cent bottles (or sale
by Geo. H. Raskins.
Numerous important changes will
shortly be made in the manage
ment and appointments of the
Grand Central hotel. The family
of Mine Host Purdin are moving in
to the hotel. Mrs. Harris is now
living with her mother, Mrs. Tice.
A FREE TR!P TO TUE trORL&S
FAIR, ohJ rounilrtt rtirr a.'trartm fre
murms, JrjKt a aWI A j tp tL b, bi,ytlr r
r rijit, arr eJfcrtJ fjr a A.V.V fltasant xtvri
ntar ieme, ire the fuh!.:iim cf H'JOE
AWAKE. f.r IttU fcrticuiari, frtt, aj-
drat IK Fl AV.V-, I) ox iSS, EuIih, Afats.
Although Rev. E. Russ has been
called to occupy a Willamette pul
pit, we have been requested to state
that the Russ Nursery will continue
business as usual and will be in
charge of the son, Edwin Russ.
Mrs. Russ will also remain here.
The ladies benevolent society of
Medford has at last disposed of Ar
thur Robison, better known as
"Monk." He has been placed in
the reform school at Salem. This
is only one of the many laudable
acts performed by the society.
Miss Mollie Howlett, of Eagle
Point, who has been attending the
exposition at Portland, writes her
parents that while the fair" was a
grand success, the exposition of
krcit at the Central Point fair was
far superior to that at Portland,
How is that for southern Oregon.
Chambcrlnin's Cough Remedy,- fam
ous for its cures of bud colds and as a
preventive and cure for Croup, 50 cants
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a general
family liniment and especially valuable
for rheumatism, sprains, bruises, burne
and frost bites, 50 cents per bottle.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Oint,
ment for tetter, salt-rheum, scaldhead.
eczema, piles and chronic sore eyes.
25 cents per box. For sale by Goo. H.
Sheriff Pelton lately arrested Da
'vid Mitchell of Eden precinct on a
charge of shooting at a man named
Chapman, and brought him to
town, Mitchell had a preliminary
examination in Recorder Day's
court and was held to ansver before
the grand jury in the sum of $200.
He furnished the bonds at once and
is now at liberty.
H. McCarthy, of the ice houso,
last Sunday shipped a fine lot of
venison to a fish house in Portland.
The venison had been in cold
storage in the ice house for a few
days and was in fine condition. The
ice house will prove quite an accom
modation to hunters who wish to
store game, while making arrange
ments to ship.
The dinner to be given on elec
tion day in Medford promises to be
well worth partaking of. The re
past will be served in'tlie buildings
damaged by the lute lire.
W II II I
Th-j Y7or! 1 narichsl.
The facilities of tlic present day for tie
production of everything that will con
duce to the zuiicrial welfare end comfort
of mankind are olsioct unlimited and
when Syrup of Fis was first produced
the world was enriched Tvith the only
perfect laxative kno-.va, as it is the only
remedy which is truly pleasing and re
freshing to the taste and prompt and
efTeetuzl to cleanse '.he system gently in
the Spring time Jr, iu fact, at any time
end the better it is koowa the more pop
ttlaritb'"onie8. The Entertainment.
The Hose Co. entertainment, undr
the auspices of the Medford Benevo
lent society, which was given in the
Opera House last Friday evening, was
so well putronized.thut the hall's capac
ity was tested to it fullest extent.
Three Ion; tables ranged s:de by side,
with a sealing capacity of oyer a hun
dred people at one time, groaned under
a weight of an endless variety of dishes,
cooked and arranged principally in the
good old-fashioned way, but dainty and
delicious in every respect. Those la
dies who hovered about the tables an
ticipating the wants of the hungry
guests, were arrayed mostly as our
great-grandmothers were in flowing
robes of grotesque make and color,
presenting an appearance at once
unique, interesting and in keeping with
the occasion. The proceeds netted
something over 50.
Cards of Thanks.
Rooms of Protection Hose Co., No. One
Mkokoeo, Ore., Nov. 2, lfe32.
To the Ladies Benevolent Associa
tion of Medford, Oregon:
The Protection Hose company No.
1 of Medford Oregon, take this mothod
of returning to you their sincere
thanks for your kind manifestations
towards us by the entertainments and
supper given at the opera house in
Medford Oregon, ou the Uth of Sep
tember, and the iSth of October. lSui
for the sum of $1(17.40 transmitted to
us as the proceeds thereof, with the
assurance to voti that we will alwavs
be found in the front when duty calls
us. We are yours gratefully. Protec
tion Hose company No. 1.
D.T. Lawtox. Pros.
U. M. Damon, Sec' v.
The' Ladies Benevolent society here
by returns thanks to the public for the
very liberal patronage accorded thctn
at lbs late supper.
FROM THE STAR.
Eugene Barrow and family de
parted Saturday for . Rogue River
Rev. Hoxie will occupy the house
opposite D. G. Mcintosh's tailoring
establishment this winter.
William Terrill, formerly a clerk
for J. D. Fountain, at the White
House, arrived from Rogue river
valley this week on a visit among
his old acquaintances.
Rev. F. J. Edmunds, a minister
of ability and experience, is to be
in Klamath Falls next Sunday
morning to locate here and assume
the pastorate of tho Presbyterian
Miss Faith of Jacksonville, who
has been visiting Mrs. Helen Parker
at tho Union hotel in Klamath
Falls, also her sister, Mrs. Grigsby,
of Lost river, departed Saturday for
Rev. Hoxie, of Medford, and El
der Jones, of Grants Pass, held in
teresting services rooming and even
ing last Sunday, Elder Jones held
forth on Monday evening. The El
der's family was with him on a
general circuit of his division. He
returned to Grants Pass Tuesday.
Rev. Hoxie will locate here as a
MEDFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
s. u narjiegax, nusariu
Rvport for mouth ending Oct 28, 1S92:
First grade Miss E. J. McGuire,
teacher; number enrolled 40, daily at
tendance 3d, tardiness 3.
Second grade Miss Lila Sackett,
teacher; number enrolled -its. daily at
tendance 3g, no tardiness.
Third grade Myrtle Nicholson,
teacher; number enrolled 37, daily at
tendance SI, tardiness 2.
Fourth grade M. E. Griffiths, teach
er; number enrolled 46, daily attend
ance SS, tardy 1.
Fifth and Sixth grades Carrie Sac
kett, teacher; number enrolled 00,
! daily attendance 54, no tardiness.
Sevcuth and Eighth grades aud High
Sclool NunVer enrolled 88, daily at
tendance 7, tardiness S.
Total enrollment 323, daily attend
ance 275, days taught 19, cases of cor
poreal punishment one.
Tho monthly examinations closed
Friday night. More hard work was
done and a greater interest manifested
in results than any previous examina
tion in tho history of tho school.
Tho Holt sisters are quite ill.
Miss Cordelia Keistur is a rnombor of
the high school and preparing for .the
teachers work. ,
The boys of the school have organized
an athletic club with boxing gloves;
sand bags, otc. They aro soliciting
funds to build a school Gymnasium.
JW 1 I-4AI
Just Received this Week at the
GENERAL MERCHANDISE & GROCERIES, MEDFORD, ORE.
Cigars and Tobacco, Canned Fruits,
Vegetables and Meats. Extracts,
Spices. Flour, Feed, Etc. Free
Delivery. jffProduce taken in Exchange.
Ajigle & Plymale, Props.
Carpets, Paper, Curtains, Shades, Pictures, Etc
I. A. WEBB, Medford.
WPicturs framing a Specialty. Artists' Supplies.
liPrize Word Puzzle.
EXPLANATION': The following misplaced letters consulate when properly sr
rancvtl. the nvue cl h meet popular music publication on ike coetinect. aaJ the pub-lt-iher
of Tbk Caxaui as Mcsic Fol-io rc off meg a lrie Cfcmpctiuee in connecaon
wiU it. the snle obieot beinr to stiraci attention to their h&nCuce publicaUoa a
increaw tae circulation at tt. As to toe reliability of TesCaadias Mijc Fouoftw
P vny. ar.il the estimation in which they are hell in Toronto. Canada, waeretaey are best
known, contestants in this Cocpetltion are referred to any of the -Mercantile Arenctes
or loain? Daily Notstuwis cl Canaoa. who will rrily the statesneat taat we are the
onlr houe in Cie CtempetitioE business iaCanaua that faithfully carre-at .whattt
a lvertlsea, and furthermore. "Ours" is the only advertisement cf Its kind that Tp
TKO.-ro (;iiR.Uie leading Canadian Newspaper wUL accvpt , wiich. u out acotcer
proof of curintersritj. ; . , -. .. v .
The publisher? of Tbk Cisukms MrstC Fflun will itive an F.Iecant Span oj driy
injt Horses with Oakriacb and Habskss Covpuetk valued at KKU. idelivereS tree In
any pari of the United Stalest to the ttrst person who can arrance the above three
words correctly : to the second will be given a Lady or Gentleman's Sarrrr BiCYCiJ!
mcv roalje deslrvdi with Pnki-xaTIOtire: to thetsinl will be riven an Repeat Lady s
ort;cntk-man' SoudUoui Watch, valued at la; lo the fourth SV"
cenuine Diamond Kisu. LadVs or Gentleman's ; to the firth will bo riven aa Klesent
CnlNA DiSNKit SBiu-K.-B.a21 pieces! : to the sixth a Swiss Mrsic Box. iplayinj IS
piecesi : to Ihe seventh choice of a first-class Vious. C.rrTAK. Basjo or MiycoUJ:
to the eipht a Kodak Camera: to the ninth French Mastbl O.OCK : to the tenth an
Antiouk Sii-vbk Uasqckt Lavp: to the eleventh Kerr At. W orcbstkrToiijst -bt.U3
piece.-.) : to the twelfth a flne pair of OotJ) Mor sited Oi-bba Glasses and many other
prizes In order of merit The om.v conditions are that every OMspetitor tnustar
ranee the letters of the above three words correctly, and enclose saice with tlai l lr
tkkn two-cknt pi 1ST AGS stamps for one month's trial subscription to our MvstC t a
Mil. The person whose envelope is post- marked first will be awarded the first pro
and the others in order of merit. Every person has an equal chance, and yon know
exactly or can And out the merits of what you are gettinc-
To the person sending the last com-et answer will be (riven an Elegant Upright
Piano, valued at BO) ; to the first person from the last sending a correct answer will
be Riven a Gentleman's Fine Uou Sandox Watch, which strikes the hours and
quarter hours, on a small Cathedral sons at pleasure, and valued at : to the second
from the last a Sakktt Bicycle, tany make) Pneumatic Tike : to the tbud an
ANTiocE Silveh flowsh Epkkgse; to the fourth from the last an Antiot-kOak Bed
room Suite: to the fifth from the last a handsome silvek Tea Service; to the sixth
from ttie lint a beautilul Paino Lamp: to the seventh a doxen each Quadruple Plate
silver Ksivks. Forks and Spoons: to the eiirht from the last a Fine China Tea
Service: (44 niecesl: to the niuth from the last a pair of cenuine Crows derby
V asks -. to the tenth from tho last a French China Fiss Set, and many other prizes in
order of merit.
We shall irtre awav a yalpabi.b prizes besides special prizes (if there should be
omany sendiug correct answers!. Nochaive is made for boxing or parking prizes.
The names of the leading prize winners, will be published in connection with our adver
tisment in leading newspapers next month. . ' i .
Nothing Is charged tor prizes in any way. They are absolutely given for the pur
pose of increasing the circulation of our F01.10. We handle all lines cf sheet mustc.
and are the only -House" m the trade supplying the consumers- direct at wholesale
prices, which is sure to win your patronage. We have outlived the prejudice that the
public have ag.vuist Prize Competitions brouffht aboul by unscrupulous publishers of
Fake" journals and patent medicine men. as we have not tsdvertised to give every
thlnir. bus have given everything we advertised. This month's issue contains the fol
lowing copyright music:
LA SKRENATA" WALTZES.
HUSH LITTLE GIKL DON'T CRY."
MY MOTHER'S KISS." (Vocal). .
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ment appears. Address: . . 1
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"OVER THE WAVES," WALTZES.
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