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August 2, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEEIMIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1899. LEXINGTON foy STABLE B. SMITH, Manager FEM COLLEGE. 55. LEXINGTON, MISSOURI. r; i Bler A n Lis SOU H ;j KTOA. ft? w ALE ai r urt.w, , , FORTYFGURTH SESSION, r Cllfi:..: 10, 1855 ... . ""ww, . m. D-i pra3ident Lhicago Mudical aril Surreal Institute, 617 Li'S. lio Ave iue, Chicago, IM. I tUhli li J ,u liV:,.'. Slue, ffa, l.t. Is 7s. . Thp l.,..,. !.,.,.. ,, ... , .,.-., 1899 me.llculiiistj.iiil,., rVu,, . ' I t IVI,,'..- ru . ... A' ,' . ) - . . This Ins-;., i Is .::, .,f tiu- oU-st an 1 m substantial ,S.-h ) As iu Girls in the .Stat,: ,,i .?isSuri. Is Alum i Association is the largest and most note-worthy of any Sd,.,! for Voun Ladies west of the M.ssiss.ppi Rixjer. linir.-n,j . -urn:,',, ' r"- T 1 rk1'1i-liH m,,.l .n"'? , 1,."f""l"' J.ert.rd l . , ? ; V V VA, " V V'L :L ;AjT .t Gas Jii Vater Wni.. I., an. I lira.-. ' hi ti JUi feet, 'i;ratuiv , , Catarrh, lii..n -r, , . , iter. Kye. Kr . s- ,u i , ' ",eraii-.t.. ;. t f, f f"! thf rli.-(- : hi Ir . .1 of a.i -V Kl.!ilt.. lift.! n.l all iivi- l 1- 'Ul'i I . Hi. .1,-. "!Nl il .lis-.- We hH..l..i..lt. " . . ""M,,u ,h ti ' 1 iho-a, 4n1nl H,ui.ii,- . V"'r""""r .if , , . . ' . ' :. Impiirni-r Faculty 'Prom rn?'' 7 A Unlveraity scholarship i R v . " 1 -1 1 J-1 given, iree ech year to the Berlin University, Cornell ful, graduate who ha8 the lore lMm,l. ,i L .-.r..,-i,- trl YOKE N AND ... . i nurnr it, ttitini, No liifiirnitli' ixui i u ........,. v RSHSTKA ! I'UMi'b umv:8uy- nicago umver- f . : , u ,., , , ,l,, w,..,..,.,,. , , highest grade, which admits U e liH ve Ten t li.. 1,-111. I uii- i 111, i.atn-r,; - t : . -.r . U rlf, bity, Missouri State Univer f x , V . , , to any of the leading Univer- . ,. v nITV i'atit nt.s fi-.-ui a :i ' , - .. .i KHA and ' 1H lj. . '- . I sity, Ei'tihuis; College, W.s- Opinion Ml.l' 1( TIN- I' ,., ! yn - 7 "'x- cities oi tne united btateb. . hM A Prosperous Year sii)KaSTrlG,'S ' "V rVt'j"' '.' enrollment of boarding pupils than it haa ESP . him J -well Inie'.'-at-1 -aw. j ever bad. Rooms had to be rented In taa ; York ychool i,i Lxor..' rioi: ' Now York C-.ty; al Horvaio y of v u- ic rii ov city to accommodate a number of the GO TO . FCANK SCHHEYER, jGW HuiWinf Corner is iWJl :o !L(u't JSP U iLM ! ' FrRsh and .alt Mooto irrrairiy; Koyul Coub9 u,,u lwQIO; tory of Mus c. P.Kru,. A'.s- i tria; Metropolitan Co-lego of It was an overflow ; a fact of which taw schools hare had the privilege of boaitins, Hans were Immediately formed for taa enlargement of the buildings, and thea plans have had a successful result Twa valuable and capacious lota hara baa purchased and added to the Campus, almost doubling its !. Additions will a made to the buildings, which will enaUs them to accommodate ever one hundred No. loo Sli.-nii.u) St. l i i I MOORE Mu-ric, New Yo k City; Ch--cago Art School. Chicago : !1 ; and Othor Loading Institu tiona , . ,, ...s..swui I ill -Jl' M- i.UJ hn.,dlnl ncnll.. lith and ne nensnaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. X. J. O'BRIEN. Prop. lm Maker. h!3 A. 3ifrHL RE- 1509" JParnam St. - Omaha, Neb A. HOME SCHOOL TTOtt C3rIH.3L.S. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water. LEADING LADIES' COLLEGE IN THE WEST. Graduates are prepared to do advanced work in the reat Eastern Uuiversites. DEPARTMENTS Classical, Scientific, English and Business. COURSES. Modern, Progressive, Thorough. A substantial Literary Course is emphasized. M; klio CuTlact For- U Painter, DERBY Paper Hanger, Kalsominer. noun, !iii;wirters For THIS COLLEGE stands for THOROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, REFINEMENT, and NOBLE WOMANHOOD. "I.,,... j n : mtiii.'vt itvsjitijpa Sfii?n . 'JTCirT'T . ?r ' '''.&' O?' j us dim iiiiiii. Havtar ired a shop on SeiTor street. F f. I. CARTER WOD opp0S.te th, former1' oocupled by the Singer w wlDg machlne offlce- 1 am Missouri Conservatory of Music. prepared to pros, execute orJer' for P. HYMER. house painting. p per naus'"S. , ,,, . '1 work of that char. ANNEX OF LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE. find Adjustments Wary Public, acter. flrat-clas workman I shall employ only M Black H1IU fof U. B Mty Co. All kinds of ,. faction. It wUl not will guarantee satfa , ti Judicial bonds written i work, but how l ted. my ratea before be how cheap I can 6V HM to Sin your hm.A I Hit tncuruioe policies. I good. Trial orders soils, fw. 188; piack Hilli, 108. Q, Q. LTAC J4JC9' CO TO : DO WD, !0TXCAX. 11 iJlv-, w4v--H ;" &'ftfy3 Pabst Keadquai ".ers For a Fine Lunch, Firx 'Drin ks, Best in hr City, : CHAS. C. BOHlv, Pn. ,p u' . vSi "at : - 'V laker, Jewe" TXCXAW. Mitfe to' Order. rttteF.E.!. y. ' M and I will guar : jnlCE CUltUrtF ArTTi moI P- "it . s AMATEUR kcUwi In work and PHOTOGRAPHERS ! ' DEADWOOD, 8. D. F.0U1.TY OK : iiE MlSSwUsl -U .tiKRVilOKY OF MUSIC, 'cilit.es are Unsurpassed in the West. European Conservatory Scholarship Awarded Each Session reswore are graduates of the greatest Conservatories of the United States and Europe, and are the pupils of the greatest teachers of the world. h Pro 1 aa Anoreese For Camera's' Films Dry Plates, Printing Fapers, Mountiogcards and photo "supplies send. to T Company. u Hardware. 'Mid,-; STATBM.ENTS, Lincoln Fftotopnik Supply Co. Lincoln, Neb. A commodi . Th- Voice Culture will be under the Instruction of a graduate of the Metropolitan College of Music, of New Tork City, Mlse Lucy M. Marks. MU Marks la a pupil of Herbert W, Green, one of the Prof. F-dlph Rlcliter a pupil of the famous The4dore Kullak, will remain a fourth year aa director of the Conaerratorr cf Music Ha was formerly director of the Kansaa Cltyf Conserratory of Music Hla vXABA purchased tor t Musical Oeparta The Increase In the number of plan p pi la haa made It necessary to emptor other professor of music. Prof. Vtaaa A Nunrar, a graduate ef the Eoral Oeenir ratorr of Prague, aa(-. for ats years Mree-tor . ' the Maaieal r acuity in the Maay-Una W'-.lrjan CnlTeralty, has Wa-chosen to fill the place. He wOl ka a ous building has been be accommodation of the tent. It haa teen orga-aerratory, and win ha juourl Conaerratorr of College wUl thus be ol In the was, which niied Into a Con O. C JEWETT, '"Anrt. known aa th "If. Music." Leimgt-n connection With the Conserratory insure world's greatest specialists in the roice. thoroughness! and progress. He Is almost j T e efficiency of this department which without a pear as a manager of a musical j bas been rery popular in the paat will be ARCHITECT. the only femala valuable addlUon to the eorpa organized own. department, j increaaea. w :ird, will bare a separata!) ratory 1:. a homa at It Room 19 Syndicate Block, DEADWOOD, & D. xxX ESlooUtion are prommenx uepi 0. For mfona.ujri or fo, BeauUful niustrateJ Catalogue, sent free to any addreea, rrlte to. 8TTBUSBAN M8IDENCB FOB K3 hotel ; . JJWZ8T. , tALB AT A BAkCADf. Oood, aabstanUal I-i Isy t. Beautiful Street : - ! JAMES A. BEAUCHAMP, President. Lexington, Mo TTsf, It aarsi BeantifallT Sitnated on la Health Record Unsurpasst -rkw .tahlaa, adjolaliis tka Pck 0rto"i SUM. J, Att9m rBANCOi W. KUSSILL.

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