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August 16, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, WEDNESDAY M0KST.SU7AU UUb-rtGTTbajr tiers LEXINGTON gr STABLE FEMALE COLLEGE. SMITH, Manager Land Saddle Horses -1. PfJS LEXINGTON. MISSOURI. onii r !1 iKTflA. n I FORT Y FOURTH SESSION. 1899 LPhnrnhiil l!n 1855 Hill uu., UUU1U j r v.oa of . This Institution is one of the oldest and most substantial Schools for Girls in the State of Missouri. Is Alumni Associatijn is the largest and most note-worthy of any School for Young Ladies west of the Mississippi River. n anu o N. E- WOOD, A. M.( M. 0., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 017 LaSdlls Avenue, Chicago, III. (Established im Chicago Hiuee Bay lit, The aid mi, larftt-at, hiim' t-r liable and auocesaflll Medical Institution i i 1 n- .Nnrtlift' PrUa room lr iittllrnl with fori )1 tic fur any esaerarenvv. urarl-'l oeratluna performed In the m( eeletitlflt HRnrr. Write f"r fin-iiiuH .mi Dp fi.rmitu and Bruce, Club Feet, turvalure (lie Niiit Pile. Tumor, Caner, Catarrh, Bnmch it ih. 1'aralvMK Kptleppy. Kidney, Bladder, Eye, Ear.suti. ud UI.hI I i-eastw. and all Nurjrical operation,. Iie-t fa-llitif. aiiparatui aiid renitMles for the bii''!-r ii I treatment of ever; rein of disease requiring meiilral r mm tft-a' treatment. We) absolutely gum' an tee t cure a very cue of Nervau) l-bUllj and diM-ase reiiltiiir frnm almea k fias ai (1 Water Cples of ail Kinds. VOKBUEAN AND na inillwrfti"iiF' i ) u(h ana Manhniiii, tapennator "hf tout? In nt rhora, ttenlqal Mraint-M potency lf(tj o f,rii.il iKiir). VaHrooelv, Hvdrooele. lrlc Faculty From Berlin University, Cornell University, Chicago University, Missouri 8tate University, Elmhuist College, Wisconsin State University, Wil V ,' 0H STEAM PUMPS turtt, Phlaiuala, el-i'., et., 4'haraxea R-aunalle a ant exerlei.'e are inijriant N- inei' iy l r injurious rnedtrlneH uwil V lira Ut Tr-nn work ir huHinens .Na I art! ruble rae accepted. No meti -me scut . ' I. Failure is unknown l u. we cure th usan Is auriiially. W have ten thouaii1 U"tinm ual letter-- on tile frnm rratefui atient (termanent ly ciircl. W rite u today. I'atlentM from a itl-tait e treats! hy tnail .V-ii- ntr rnt errrytrhrrr fr frw -fiZf mi'' hit -ikn r St-i'r fn'i hittvy anii r.n-t j'-i "f ;-ur . atnt fetil t-t opinion and term ' '"ii-u llai nn , i ee a r t nli l.-ntial, th 1 1 1 n 1 1 y 'ir liy n-t ti-r - I tio fiatfi- ItooL in all 4 '..ronle a kd burg-lral MUcu-i- truii of I K queatlun free (Mention Jiif l a per i JESP VILSOtf A University Scholarahip ia 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 Yea r The school opened Uit fall with a lariat enrollment of boarding puptla than It kai ever had. Roo.n had to be rented la te city to accommodate a number of thesa. U waa an oTerflow; a fact of which few echooli hare had the privilege of bee atlas Plana were Immediately formed far tka enlargement of the buildings, and thee plana bare had a auoceaiful reault Tw valuable and capaoloua lota have keea purchased and added to the Campos, almost doubling tta site. AddlUona will to made to the buildings, which will enahta them to accommodate over one aundree) boardlaf puptla. lornev-at-Law, jnplc Club Building Corner aud Doadwood Strata ;)rooD . - houth Dakota. liam Jewell College, JMew York School ot Expression, New York City; Royal Conservatory of Muhic, Berlin Germany; Royal Conservatory of Music, Prague, Austria; Metropolitan College of Music, New York City; Chicago Art School. Chicago 111 ; and Other Leading I' H. MOORE GO TO . . FRANK oCHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, N'o. 100 Sherman St. fhe Henshaw . , European Hotel. Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. 3. O'BRIEN, Prop. 1509 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb ksmith and Wagon Maker, jiciMft iU ftPaFR&L RE- N DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Idb o( Carriage and Waaaa M Work; also Carrta rur" laa JU PlM BtTMt. Deadweod, . D. : CO TO : 'abst Headquarters 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 Universitea, DEPARTMENTS Classical, Scientific, English and Business. v? COURSES Modern, Progressive, Thorough. A substantial Literary Course is emphasized. THIS COLLEGE stands for THOROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, REFINEMENT, and NOBLE WOMANHOOD. HOMH DEPARTMENT UNSURPASSED Missouri Conservatory of Music. ANNEX OF LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE. HE DERBY For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks, Best in the City. It Hudanirters Far j, Liquors and Cigars, : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop IJUIattnet, W. H. CARTER WOD AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS J. P. HYMER. Mans and Adjustments. Notary Public. id Agent In Black Kllli for O. S r tn4 Guaranty Co. All kindi oi In and Judicial bonda written For Camera's' Films Dry Plates, Printing Fapers, Mounting cards and photo supplied send to laky. PleM get my rates before lew friends to algn your baud. N4 tat life Imuran Oe policies, mpie Block. Dead wood, a D. i-Bvrlion, 138; Black Hllla, 10. Lincoln Pnotippb Supply Co. Lincoln, Neb. O. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT New Waite Block, DBAOWOOD, & D. :J, DOWD, ntaVOTZOAXe chmaker. Jeweler ii. Jeweler j lade to Order. JiainerfortlieF.E.iM. Y. W t OKI) u4 I vUi loaf n(latMtlon la work and raster 1 dhajdwood. b. a M v f M r . HMIMtiitliiiltit p-if.?.,..-. .v,'v : - : ' vMada a Mil . FACULTY OF THE MISSOURI 10 J 3ERVAT0RY OF MUSIC, Facilities arc Unsurpassed in the West. European Conservatory Scholarship Awarded Each Session Professors are graduates of the greatest Conserv atoriesof the United States and Europe, and are the pupila of the great- est teachers of the world. IMIUl Glass Andreesen uimmaa ava tal ar rl VKOPUOM THJ AIO trdware Company toleaaJe Hardware vyuet ana la the aumber of plaaa til tat$S.OOwUh m ir i eiitii Z The pUa a a mmmodloua building has been tt aaoasaarr to !!..Q0Oda,. ' f Baale. Fret, purchased tor tke aoeommodatloa the 'liaaW attarca?rttlm.aearA oaB1T - WILOOX t&LBMAGT mwo a unrial Deoartmeat. it naa ww '- Nmrvar. a graaaaU at m vatorr at Pragaa. aa tar atx Th Voice Culture wUl be under taa ta-struotlon of a graduate of the Metropolitan College of Music, of New Tork City, Miss Lucy M. Marks. Mis Hark la a pupil of Herbert W. Oreen. one of the world's greatest spec tall ts In the voice. T efficiency of this department which has been very popular la the past wUl bs Increased. Prot P'-dorph BJcbter pupil of the famous Theodore Kvllak, wUl ramaln a fourth year as director of the Oowjervatory of Uuele. Ha waa formerly director of the Kansas City Conservatory of Mania. His conneettoa with the Conservatory Insures thoroughness and piograaa. Ha la atmoat without a peer as a manager of a mnslcal department. . 6. CARSCNV Aunt alMd into a OMMTPatdrr. to win ba know as tho Miaow Conwarrntoty HvAm.- Ltddagt-a CoU m ttaa be .v t. .i. aUa na tkw west wtlck tor t! tba Hasten raealty la taa tana W'-Jaa University, Ma I Pcr7rrvnrWflMPILLS H? ' i'jigg - g'g '.'li.iim " .!!lfni r. t ff-ict'l : --.V chosen to all the plaaa. Ha wfll win hav a MvamUtw rgW. CoBe. Talnabla addltloa to the vatorr ta keaae C 1U ... 1 o Llillard JatniDoualawSt. W : ica Eiooxitlori Prominent Departments. NEBRASKA.! IwDrniMi ror Information or tor Beautiful niustrntei Catalogue." sent free to any adaraaa.;-rlta to. 90TEL 07 Tffll WIST. Beantifnlly Sltnated on t, Beantifal Street. JAMES A. BEAUCHAF.1P, President, Lexington, Mo. Hearth Record Unsurpassed. UAEKBI. 'ft SON.

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