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July 14, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 3

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THE DAILY PIONEEB-TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1899 LEXINGTON .mmti and JobZra ot .. -ml Bas and Water FEMALE COLLEGE. L..ha( nf all KinrJs. Ukb 1)I:aX and rSHSTEAM PUMPS LEXINGTON, MISSOURI. ,AHA"0 S10UXUITY . N.E.WOOD. A. M.. M. n oMl-.. Chicago Medical and Surreal Institute, k.i.kn Sachs (EnttljlUhrd in ( b) A3. FORTY-FOURTH SESSION. Thi IrM.itution is oiil- of the oldest and most substantial Schools for Girls in the Slate of Missouri. Its Alumni Associatijn is the largest and most note-worthy of any School for Young Ladies west of the Mississippi River. - ...... ... a--. .-. ,4. - 1899 The oldt'Mf, lurfi. ledlnal lu-r li rl.... . ' Hut),. H!ld nurceBuftil JHva ruotno f, fmerfenuj lont scion I imS 22;;il;:,,t,r" - m -ri It, h,tnni, - ,,, rin.,. ,h... write for rnvula eiivulai r reot. Curvature Pianoforte Lessons AND French Classes Daily. . " i . . i... U,-, Will Catarrh. Broncliif i- . i lit--. ("i-iM.trh. ("an -f r, r l.iu pwy Ki-liifv. l . a-t-v ami all Kuririi-al der, tytt, tar, Skin fin. I ;i operations. Ht fa.-iiir for the iirMMKi..3 --"l n.i rem.-.ii.-s Steam Laundry, Unrrmii T"a Vtl A and Indlurel 'ol, v, tl . ,1 ;. a ,. 1 ."" I Or, PklKoala, ,1,.., !,... h.r,,-. ltt-.onilbl, i". medi.. ,,,,, .v, , lr ,, .,rk,..r l';. '. Scholarship is Faculty From 25IS!j!SES a university pUd, N.i tiif.lf-liic -,-nt allure Is unkix.Mii i r LtMtM Ml each year to the W-e have ten thmivai.,1 . ure ih-m.-.an.N arm dm h v letter- ' m ni- f,..fn .iietitiv-ure.l. H'Hleu-I.hIuj. it f .eat. -i Ijv mail ..., ,,s " "' ! A 'II.'. Wratefili patients .Ttii Patient from a itiMn full graduate who has the AMES P. WILSON jjoiiiu uuiversny, uorneil University, Chicago Univer ' W '"- vet, f r rntry 0ml r-.ru. t itplnlon ami) term rHcinanv or Mv h m I rill ....... it .... i ... d Kunlol KI., m.. I I.." ..r . " . '"" sity, Missouri State Univer ttorney-at-Law, Tw . sity, Elmhuist College, Wis fflmBlc Club Building Oornor consin State University, Wil tyiuan and Dead wood Street GO TO . . . , New . .nvr''vuww liam Jewell Ccllegt DWOOD - - South Dakota. York School ot E: reon, :Vi;; J- ' FRANK SCHREYER, New York City; Royal Fresh and Salt Meats, servatory of Music, Berlin. highest grade, which admits to any of the leading Universities of the United States. A Prosperous Yea r The school opened last (all with a largar enrollment of boarding pupils than It had ever had. Rooms had to be rented in tlM city to accommodate a number of theoa. It was an overflow; a tact of which few schools bare had the privilege of boastlna. Plana were Immediately formed for taw enlargement of the buildings, and these plana hare had a successful result Twe valuable and capacious lota have basal purchased and added to the Campus, almost doubling its slie. Additions will B made to the buildings, which will enabto them to accommodate over one hundA boarding pupils. . Vj I H. MOORE ty frtr t-zzz. V No. too Sherman St. Germany; Royal Conservatory of Music, Prague, Austria; Metropolitan College of Music, New York City; Chicago Art School. Chicago, 111 ; iksmitl, and The Henshaw . . Wagon Maker, Flimnon Mrkaal and 0ther Leading Iustitu- cuiupean noxei. tion8 EiEgiiilrlfiairlSiifliSMirlirii iMJEINS AM GEMFRAL RE Late "The McTague." UNDONE ON SHORT NOTICE, Oyster and Grill Room. I J EIi of Carriage and Wagen M Work; idatftJarrlage Fur- T. J. O'BRIEN. Prop. 1509 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb dU P1m Street, DMdwwd, a D. Electric Lights, Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water. Mrs. Liebmann, Painter, Paper Hanger, LEADING LADIES' COLLEGE IN THE WEST. 58 Cut Flowers Kalsominer. . rotted Plants Iways on Hand. Having secured a shop on Selvor street. rders for Funerals and society opposite the poetofflce, formerly occupied J b promptly filled. Graduates are prepared to do advanced work in the great Eastern Universites. DEPARTMENTS Classical, Scientific, English and Business. COUKSES. Modern, Progressive, Thorough. A substantial Literary Course is emphasized. THIS COLLEGE stands for THOROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, REFINEMENT, and NOBLE WOMANHOOD. DEPARTMENT UNSURPASSED. by the Singer sewing machine office, I am prepared to promptly execute all orders for I HOME house painting, paper hanging, calclmln- Ing, glaslng and all work of that char acter. J. P. HYMER. Wont and Adjustments. ' Notary Public nl ifwt la Black Bill tor V. U 1 Ut OlilUt riA. All ki-J. of I shall employ only first-class workman I and will guarantee satisfaction. It will not I be how cheap I can do work, but how I Missouri Conservatory of Music. tm tat jndleUl booda written IWajt. Pleaa gt my ntm ttort good. Trial orders solicited. nv maw ta alga jrtmr aeud. U taauraaea polleiaa. W Btock. DaMwood. C D. rtiOB, ia; Black H11U, 101. O. C. LACKOUS. ANNEX OF LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE. i CO TO : J.;D.OWD, ?lt4OxiOAJCa f l ?"H HH t" i1 1 t"t"l"M"l 1 1 1 i t t I I l -i-l Pabst Headquarters European chmaker, Jewe'er t Conservatory For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks, Best in 'he City. Facilities are Unsurpassed UD OITXOZA.Zt. Faculty of Seven Specialists. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop Scholarship Awarded Each Session. li Jevelerj Made to Orier. EiaiiierfortliBF,E.H.T. in the West. AMATEUR """"fxstion la vora and PHOTOGRAPHERS r . DHADWOOD. fl. D. . i T ' ? 1 l1 J. Jin J 1L. ! 1 at A-U A Professors are graduates of the greatest Conservatories oi tue i nneu ouues auu Europe, auu re me pupua ui tue grwtt- est teachers of the world. For Camera's' Films Dry Plates, Printing Papers, Mounting cards and photo supplies send to I rwre Company. Means Hkrdrai. 8TATFITV1 P.PJTS. Lincoln FHotopi Supply Co. UnCOin, u. a commodious building building has been llllllltllMMHI I If tAAAJ purchased for the accommodaUon of the 0! I Musical Deparuneuu - " " ( j The Voice Culture will be under the ta-itructlon of a graduate of the Metropolitan College of Music, of New York City, Miss Lucy M. Marks. Miss Marks U A pupil of Herbert W. Oreen. on of the world's greatest specialists In the voice. Tie efficiency of this department which has been very popular In the past will be nxed into a Conaenraiory, ana O. C. JEWET1 , The Increase la (ha amber of plaao p-pila baa mane it necessary to ampler aav-ottter Brafeaaor of music Prof. Praaa A. NuBTar, m graduate of the Royal Canasr Tatory of Prague, and for atx years Dlroe . tor the Musical Faculty la Oa Moav. tana Wrilejan University, hat beaav. chosen to fill the place. Ha wtD be a. . valuable addition to the eorpe f teachera Prof. Rudolph Richter a pupil of the famous Theodore Kullak, will remain a fourth, year as director of the Conservatory of Music He waa formerly director of the Kansas City Conservatory of Muilo. His connection with the Conservatory insures thoroughness and progress. Be It almost without a peer as a manager of a musical department e- CAHSCi Ami i known as the "Missouri Conaenratory oi n IT, .iia Ka ARCHITECT. Music." Lexington uonea the only female school In the west which will have a separately organised Conser Increased. vatory in a home of Its own. Room 19 Syndicate Block, DEADWOOD, 8. D. o rmitird, "anlDoug!astSty ' . .NEBRASKA. this ttest. ' "-O er iar a4 m. Art cltiCL Elocution are Prominent Departments. For Information or for Beautiful IlluatrateJ CaUIogue. sent free to any address, v-rite to. .rmrmu V R FSIDENCB FOR ovw SALJ5 AT A flood, eubsUnUsl l-fanl frame " C. v. ara trwrf. ttree-n Beautifully Situated on a BeantifaLreet JAMES A. BEAUCHAMP, President, l Lexington, Mo, af aa acre f.oeed ana piam - Health Record Unsurpassed. "eVsahlsaat s1 tOiniDK MaW 1 KZL & SON. leap. FBANCM W. VBUL.

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