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AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS' EXAMINA-
tions. The Winter Examinations for Associateship in the American Guild of Organists will be held in New York and other cities on January 17th and 18th, 1900. Inquiries should be addressed to R. H. Woodenau, Chairman Committee on Examinations, 1346 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. By order of the Council.
 
FOR SALE—THE PATRONAGE, GOOD-WILL,
and lease of building of a fine established private School of Music and Oratory in splendid Ohio town. For full particulars address Marc W. Stafford, Ironton, Ohio.
 
STUDIO IN GOOD LOCATION OFFERED, RENT
free, in return for player and use of instrument on Sunday evenings and at other stated times. Lady preferred. Address Universal Brotherhood League, Box F, 320 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
 
PIANIST WANTED.—AN EXPERIENCED PIANO
teacher, with broad culture and independence, can find a permanent, profitable field in the capital of Oklahoma. Address Winfield S. Smith, Guthrie, Okla.
 
CIGARS. —LOCAL AGENTS, DEALERS, AND
private smokers will do well to write to W. E. Krum & Co., Reading, Pa., for a price-list of their cheap, high-grade cigars. Their prices and quality of cigars will really astonish you.

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