The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on August 30, 1899 · Page 3
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August 30, 1899

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

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TEIE DAILY PIONEKU TIMES, W Kl N KSI . A Y UK N I N . A H ! TST ::. 1M'.. LEXINGTON Springs MY STABLE 3 1 L- 7 ,f j SMITH, mauas'-i LEXINGTON. MISSOURI. r n FORTYFOURTH SESSION. flogQ !it SGUlH DXKTOA. 1855 T.,; l,im,inn is one of the oldest and m-.st suhst.inti.il Schools for Girls : ..... f Missouri. lis Aluuv.i Associati m is the largest and most M. E. WKOOa. . V... iv.. i.. President Jj W XI I J. I..IU..1. !.-!lM "1 uoi-ernl ill UH. K'"14- wt noteworthy of any Sel.uol for Youn - Ladies west of the M.ssiss.ppi R.ver. l,rrrr) ' I ini-iltntl H-t I HI I mi 1 . ..ml J iuri of , A Univereity Scholarship U Gas and Water it ' ... , .-. Ti'i inm. 'ai-ir. J!lw- r.u. " " .11 M.r,.-.. I c , 'r-i.-i-J'rJaVrl:!' -rT7Jq7JrirKijB-i- given iree each year to tn Faculty From silziilrAdd-iii-i-- graduate wh0 ha8 Berlin Onivereity, Cornell , . highest grade, which admiw jlies cl an Kinos. v. it. in jt UH?ftf i mment. run' e" ery ol i. pin riu ii" " - ? , i . J f 1.11 H. 11 V V'X Vv in iri ! -In 111 ' I " n--"""' " """ . , . 1 .it. ..I hi. 1 1. Up. rmi.lor. in-.. W.-mI.i..'- ' '.V", "P"''"''' ' ... ... i. .1.. .1.. . Liraia UfHi.unuilr W Niru l. lull.) ' I t Hi 1 I. ti- ' liHrai " UcHftontt.ilr U' rl . id-.. kYOKIi DEAN AND ' ' " ' " : ' V-: sides of the United States. t. p: - 4 a Prosperous Year '-Aff tVVtW The Bchool opened la.t fa" with a larff. V .V&'lfrflt; ,v,r h, Hoc bad to be rented V-fJ ttCtwJ-iA n tl,v to accoooJa.e a number of th univeiBiiy, uiiiettgu uuivoi-sity, Missouri State University, Elmhuist College, Wisconsin State University, William Jewell College. New York School ol Expre-fiion, ,lRSHsrKAM I'UMl'S 'V"1'1" 1 y1,"'1''1 , ., J '(,... IU. 'in' It-Mr-r .mi til- r r . -1 1 ;'!;;; 'i; Vi,.!. - . i v .,.,!irl.-n mui Irnn M...l -.irtfl- l lt- nl tut i juti"'" ..f. ' ' .t "'T 1 T - r.'- ff'JL': A,r,lJU .-S i'i Vi .rfl.,- a fact of which f" UgS ?. aTILSOK N. York City; ttoya. on. J nJJL "TttT'I..-? 1S 1T. b... i " servato.y of iu.ic Borli . r"- JVi"yivV-'.f - ;!-. """ Sorncy-cit-Lav,j(;o TO I u p-.-.r. hiilldinK Corner FKANK SCHREYfcR, kn ami Deadwood Street LfOOD - - f -uth DakoUl- MubicNew Yuik City; Chi- I ...L , --.l meet doubling 1U .le. AddtUoni will .... kiMlncn. wtilch will al Fresli and Salt Meats, "II maa w . , , rr'-r- them to accommodate over on. cago Art School, umcagu. m . and Otl'.er Leading Institu tions No. ttx) Sherman t. fhe Henshaw . . I, H. MOORE HOME SOHOOL FOR GrlS. jtll and European Hotel. cXsni UJoirnn Makpr i nmuw S a' Oyster and Grill Room. T .T O'BRIEN. Prop. T. J. O BKUH , rrup i ..r,-r MOTirC Wi DQNt un un, Pftrnam 3t. . Omaha, N,o 1 h Kindi of Crrl.ge and Wajon W Work; aUo Carrlaf Fur- Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold water. LEADING LADIES' COLLEGE IN THE WEST r - , ill llH' ni'fat Eusteru Univcrsites. , , .i .,i y.intifie Eniisl. ami Business. ivi'iniTMrTS ( lassieiil, rMienuiR, "r," THIS (M)LLEC.E stands for HIOKOLUli DEl'AKTMENT UNSUKPASSED MUouri Conservatory of Music. rTT -.. r.wd. I. D. : CO TO : : CO TO : BI U riuv owww ' Pabst Headquarters Lm FHE DERBY For a Fine Lunch, fine Drinks, Best in the City. is Headaiiarters For CHAS.C. BOHL, Prop !U, Liquors and Cigars. trnttbstr. m n PAPTF.R Mpnn I annpy nF LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE. .PomaraVFilms Dry Profossors aro raduateh of tlR .H'11 -J' - w a a r1 J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. . , 08t teachers or tne w mm. H Item Agent in Black Hiiu for u. a plates, Printing Fapers, . W9 and Gwarantj Co. All klnda ol , fri " " WtttN and Judicial bondt written jwoun ting Cards and phOtO -wt-i-ri ATtSJ n:"Z I'i 57 . . . . r. 1 nn -J- t . . . , U, addr-a.-Tlf t. wawwiw Divva, r i iikeA imnnh vnTiniu ill I .... i ratainsufl. teuti - - i i innnin u n 11 1 1111 r a ii ii .mi ii ii i i i ii i nanfirni iuuiumc n, 1M; Blaca Hiiu. w. ijiiirmn UUlUlllUiVU vuyjuj w- For Information or l JAMES A. BEAUCHAMP, President. MW Lincoln, Neb. T. J. DOWD, -"""" BeaotifjSitu Lexinxon, mu r r VWH . - i PRAOTIOAL I " v, vi J t npfllth Record unsurpaw .V. r-n nonQlll ADV A TlOWNFR M. Htcnmaker, Jeweier of.HlTP.CT. Z.Ut: Uluc:n onww wiaim u. " Ann opticxah, rv 1 Practice Limited to the Medical and Cook Remedy Co. New Waite Block, DBADWOOD, 8. D. LEADING (:i Is Jsvelery Hade to Order. .Sl Examiner ftar tin? F.E.&M. I Surgu-al Treatmmt oj me BT33 . JTX BATU, nlniv Fitted. HAS THE ONLY SURE CURE FOR j Qtm me a call and I will guar W1EAT MARKET. noiuARV SR:ONDART a Office Haun-from 9 a. m. to i f Office Olympic BJoct Deadvoo. South Jot TERTIARY BLOOD POI30 nvnMaNKNTLY CUB.ED I k. la J a UfAll ; aaweaausnouon in wort uu ; rtsH- .oTREETr - DE5ADWOOD. & D. I LOOD POISON 10 15 TO 35 DAYS. You can b Aetna Powder Co. tereated at home for tiw 4 rrr (rz r x I 1 1 .. r- o com her ww wi"' BlackHillsTelephoneNo 69 Harrison Telephone No. 3. NO. 54 MAIN STREET. DEADWOOD 'se-Glass-Anflreesen 'sSSi Dynamite and Black Powder mi9 any par m !T.r; U . .nrw A nna We on SbNAT. CA rfxrr THB IKIIX OF TBI THE BRITISH-AMERICAN COLO zn.-: ix At frar n..ki i tvp ottpw tu Don WCT a nrr""-' " . - - - mUI men. 1UB w Ml AND COPPER MIMING CO. Fuse and Caps, Electric Batteries, Battery "Supplies, EST'.'aaprPAPa r-a- Bereral C r i" whew, wader f-"i"5jiT Sporting Goods. ' ltUIT - OIUHA m.niiiCT Dtadwoni I ?5lrJS- enlr to -trted an to bnltal Assay omoe. I azAsteaoe do ! inrt euoceaa; today aw w - i . . . i , . mi ma n m UI O, HOYT, Manarw and kT- i f mni. a., i . Tjsnsr to '"" without A -Single Successful Competitor, WIU io . -' rSr'br -re- W. E. ADAMS COMPANY .n-iT omd thootmnd- and ba J. c. carscm. junn. pEmiYROYAL PILLS we Stand Alone The Hillard, .vlhiioafll.SU. IrSl NO DECEf THK COOK REMEDT ",7 uugrttT. 13 Bnaiwooil RBsirat ilAHA. NEBRASKA. B. M. A1KINS. ATTORNEY AT LAW Room I Syndicate Block, mmiHi ivn TTNRROKEN Formerly the Chicago 4m on LEADINGl HOTEL : OF THB WE8T. Best Meals In the City ONE MILLION DOLLARS BEHIND OUR GUMt AN . tfc. and Open Day nd Night. mvuiw.- , w r "irtSw iiim ROOKBEKPT COPtW. 1UI l BMIll ' CBWII. " IrTmo'lhoutincm-

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