The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 28, 1899 · Page 3
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July 28, 1899

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

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THE,DAILY PIQNEEB-TIMES, EBIDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1899. LEXINGTON C 83S and Water L,L f all Kinds. FEMALE COLLEGE pilM ' H" """"" LyOKBDEAN AND LEXINGTON. MISSOURI. IRSHSTEA.M PI J. MPS 0 FORTY-FOURTH SESSION, i" N. E- WOOD. A. Nl.. Nl. n.. PrM... Chicago Medical and Surgical institute, 1855 1899 Hft f.N bACHS This Institution is one of the oldest and most substantial Schools for Girls lassiiD enui, Chicago, III. (K.UIjtihrdinltiiuiu Miaee I,, ut, The ol.lf.1. larmi. mo.- ,., liable .,,,1 .ooe.ftil I'rlva.c room. l"..r i.all.il hh t'M.-1 Mil... ranrffary. Mui-l,i,l oprntlluiia icr.rMi, d In Ik. iforte Lesions ohi I'lMitini' munair. Write tor nrtiiiHrh ,,n I ..,.. ...... . . . xx$&$?fi m e Missouri- l s Alunvii Associatijn .is the largest and most note-worthy of any School for Young Ladies west of the Mississippi River. Feet, Curvature , il,e K,.,,,. Ill, Tun,.,, ( an-er! AMD i Classes Daily, ..pittm... ta-r I...III.I,, .:,!l"rS; loi thf Slii'i-fKfiliit treat mi lit Mf rv.f i ,. .. Lapyat t i Black Hill Faculty From HMUiiiiijiiiJ We b.M.lijt;..T run anitM lj oure very itue of arid indisr,,.,...,,,,,, Y.,uth,t Mant U; Npermtit ur. rh.a, fcmlM Ural.. .;, l",,, ,,,.., .. if V,rieo-(.e, II vdrocrl.-, MrU-- ture, I him !, e!., (., (hai-tr? K-HHiuhle We Steam Laundry, ml cxerif ii . an- imp rt enicineM iih.( v. fim, l,,t ft- o Incurublc ritan- him i (.f i d, Kiilure U unlci"wn t . u- cur W-e have feu f mu in. I l- in,, n Berlin University, Cornell University, Chicago University, Missouri State University, Elmhuist College, Wis- tli'tii-uiihN MriMimlly. letter- i til. u.-ni - t. rlltc tM tiMltt . tefiii iiKtieiil- n ruiMitfiitlv en t alH-ntu ir.im a .ii-tui.. tn-ntf-l t-v rerytrh. r. f,., f t,i:, .,, ,f I. ,, an, I . , t ,- , ,.,. ,, VESP. WIL80N pinion trtn ' 'i I '.h i ..i n .- h A University Scholarship is given tree each year to the full graduate who has the highest grade, which admits to any of the leading Universities of the United States. A Prosperous Year The school opened last fa'' with a large enrollment of boarding pupils than It ha4 ever bad. Rooms had to be rented In tkst city to accommodate a number of them. It was an overflow; a fact ot which tow i nil i".. ntfi Q i.d Kurvl'-ul lktrtt-..- i ud li. ( ,.r I Kit Vlttlltloii Mil- n i consifl State University, William Jewell College, New York School ot Expression, )rney-at-Law, tjic Club Building Cornw nan and Dead wood Streets GO TO . . JOOD - - boutn Dakota. FHAiK 3CHHEYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, New York City; Royal Con-servatojy of Music, Berlin. Germany; Royal Conservatory of Music, Prague, Austria; Metropolitan College of schools have had the privilege of boasting. Plans were Immediately formed for tfc enlargement of the buildings, and theaw No. too Sherman St. , H. MOORE ' " V vw; - ... ' Music, New York City; Chicago Art School. Chicago, 111 ; plans have had a successful result Tw valuable and capacious lots have beast purchased and added to the Campus, almost doubling Its slse. Additions will ks) made to the buildings, which will wats) them to accommodate over one htudrasl hoarding pupils. and Other Leading Institu tions. ismith and ,!p Maker, The Henshaw . . European Hotel. Late'The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop. 1509 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb plfiArGENfRAL RE- tXNE ON SHORT NOTICE. irk 4 Carriage and Wuin M; also Carriage Far- snn Street, Desdwcod, I. B. 2 DERBY Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water. LEADING LADIES' COLLEGE IN THE WEST. Graduates are prepared to do advanced work in the great Eastern Universites. DEPARTMENTS Classical, Scientific, English and Business. COURSES. Modern, Progressive, Thorough. A substantial Literary Course Is emphasized. THIS COLLEGE stands for THOROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, REFINEMENT, and NOBLE WOMANHOOD. HOMJI DEPARTMENT UNSURPASSED. Missouri Conservatory of Music. Painter, Paper Hanger, Kalsominer. Having aecured a shop on SelTor itraet. t Iiadqaarters For Liquors and Cigars, fl. CARTER WOD opposite the poatofflce, formerly occupied by the Singer sewing machine office, I am prepared to promptly execute all order for 1 P. HYMER. house painting, paper hanging, calclmln and Adjustments. ing, glazing and all work of that char' ANNEX OF LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE. Irtary Public. M ta nialr miia tt a acter. I shall employ only first-class workmen i OltlUltT Pit 111 MnJ. .1 and will guarantee satisfaction. It wUl not be how cheap I can do work, but how 1"MlcUl booda written rt my nu before " to Hgn row bond. Mil Inouraae. policies Block. Dogwood. 8. D. I 3w. li Black Hllla, 103. good. Trial orders solicited. O. C. LACKOUS. J. DO WD, : CO TO Pabst Headquarters r, Jeweler For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks. Best in the City. iirtej Hade to Order. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop ssrfltrOu. p. e.' m. v. 'aJ tkBSaan .... -ana i will finr aontowarkaad AMATEUR FACULTY OF THE MI8SOUBI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, PHOTOGRAPHERS DBADWOOD. & D. Facilities are Unsurpassed in the West. European Conservatory Scholarship Awarded Each Session For Camera's' Films Dry Plates, Printing Papers, Mounting cards and photo supplies send to Professors are graduates of the greatest Conservatories of the United States and Europe, and are the pupils of the greatest teachers of the world. Company. Hardware. relent Lincoln Fkotepil Sipplj Co. Lincoln, Neb. tm the womber of ftaa Th Voice Culture will bo mader the In A commodious building has been The pils ftj It necsaaary to . - OSAKA purchased for the accommodation of the f mawia. not Musical Department It baa tea orga O. C. JEWETT, struction ot a graduate of the Metropolitan College Of Music, of Now Tort City, Miss Lacy M. Marks. Mis Marks Is a pupil of Herbert W. Qreeo, on of the world's greatest specialists in the rotes. T s efficiency of this department which has been Tory popular in the past wUl be Prof. Rudolph Blchtor a pupil of the famous Theodora Kullak, will remain a fourth year as director of the Conservatory of Music. Ha was formerly director ot the Kansas City Conservatory of Music His connection with the Conservatory Insures thoroughness and sroaress. He is almost without a pear as a manager of a musical department - nised Into a Conservatory, and win be known as the "Mlawouri Conawrrator of IfoHo." Lexlngt-n College win thus be Nursr. a gradwats of tkm Beral vatory of Pragma, aal far six yean tor tf the Maatoal FaornUy ta lis tana W'lloaa Cnlveralty, ass ehosaa to fin the plaso. He wfi ARCHITECT. the only female school In the west which will bars a separately organised Conser 1 SClTLjai.: NEBHASKA. 3 HOTEL. ' r ' valuable addlUoa to the Increased, vatory la a home of Its Room 19 Syndicate Block, DBADWOOD, 8. D. jsjrt rLa Blooutlon are Prominent Dopartmonts. ' " ' For Inf ormaUon or for Beautiful niostrate J Catalogue, sent free to any address, rrite to. SUBURBAN RBSTDENCB FOB. SALB3 AT A BAH?au Oood. uhatantlal Beautifully Situated on t Beautifnl Street. JAMES A. BEAUCHAMP, President, ' Lexington Mot Nawwtt, f u aar tmmt Health -Record Unsurpassed. fJANCB KlafJIIFf i

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