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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!.
A List of a Few Books Worth Reading.
ANDRKWS, K. HKN.IAMIN. Hlbtorv oi Ihe I .
S from tin; ourlicHt discover? of America.
with ton illimlraliniiH and iniipB. voIb, clo :i.2
The Last Quarter Century in tho l'. R , 1870 t),
over .ISO illustrntions, 2 vols , half Ilnss 3. :
Appletop.'n En"clopcdia of Applied Mochnn'ws,
:i vols, full sheep . 1 50
AHHOTT, Life of Napoleon, '.' vols . cloth . 2.70
DKQUINCY, Memorials, 2 vols., cloth 1.00
fJIHBON. RICH AUD Decline and Tail of tie
Hoiuun Kmpire, 5 vols., cloth; Millman's notes
(JRKI:M:, JOHN RirilAim: History of the
Knpltph People, I vols . cloth .'$.00
CUl'OT, M , History of France, Vols., cloth 11 :0
MACAUl-AY. THOMAS HAHHINOTON, IIIb-
tor3 of lOnfjr'uiid, 5 vols., cloth.
Essays and Poems, 1 ols. , cloth
MOTL-KY, .IOHN NTKVART. Uiso of tho
Dutch Republics 2 vo's , cloth
PEPYS, SIR SAMl'EL, DIavy. ." vols., cloth..
VlCKSroTT, WILLIAM U, Ferdinand and Isa
bella, 3 vols . cloth
Jonquo.pt of Mexico, 1 ols , c'oth
Cori(iue6t of Peru, 2 vols., cloth
RUSK IN, .JOHN, Modern Painters, : vols., il
lustrations nnd colored plates :i.7-"
Stones of Venice, 3 vols , cloth, illustrated. . 2 25
KAWLINKON, C.KOROK. R.-ven (Jreat Mon
archies of the Ancient orld, ill , 3 vo s. ,cl.
History of Ancient Epypt, 2 vols., cloth, ill .
MIEUMAN. .JOHN, Recollect ons, 2 v.. full sh.
TARRKLL. IDA M , Life of Abraham Lincoln,
2 volsi. cloth,
New and Popular Fiction
At the Point of the Ra onet, by (J A. Henty
Rub, Son of Rattle, by Alfred Ol'ivant . .
IlleiiLerhnsselt, by Cha -les F. Pedgin... .
Captain Ravenshaw, byKobt. NoRboti Htenhc s
Ctvalicr. The, by Ueo. W. Cablo. ill by Chrstie
CircumRtanccp. bv S. Woir Mitcbell
D'ri and I, by Irving' Rachellcr
Ktomal City, The. bv Hnll Caino
Herb of Grace, by Rosa N. Carey
.Tnek Raymond, bv E L. Voyvich
Kim, by Rud ard Kipling
Live of the Hunted, by Ernest Scton Thomp
son, with 200 drnwinps by the author
Iiitle Rnok of Tribune Vo-fo, by Eugene Field
Maid of Venice, A, by Marion Crawford
Mnn Fr m (!lnp;arrv, The, by Ralph Connor..
Making- of a Marchioness, bv Frances Hodgcson
Mr. Dooley s Opinions, Jy T. P. Dunne
New Canterbury Tales, by Maurice Howlett ..
Right of Way. The. by (Vilhtrt Parker
Riley's Farm Rhymes, by .Ins. Whiteomb Riley
Ronalyn't's Lovers, by Maurice Thompson . .
Sign of the Prophet, The, by .las Rail Naylor
To Herat and Cabul, by (J A. Henty
Tristram of Plent, by Anthony Hope
'Tilda Jane, by author of "Reautifnl Joe"
With Roberts to Pretoria, by 15 A. Henty
For Sale at the LINCOLN BOOK .
STORE, 1126 0 Street.
Child Life in Art. by Estollo M. Hnrfl. 31 illus
Heroines of tho R iblo, by Clara Erskino Clem'
en's, 33 illustrations.
Shakspearc in Art, by Stadakicht-Hartman. 32 u -'
Special this week QEfcP
Lazarre. by Mary Hartwcll dither wood.. . fuu
The Art Lover's Library.
Printed on Deckel Hdge paper, gilt
top, illuminated cover, boxed, per
Christ in Art, by Jol .Lewis French, 33 illu.
Sain's in Art, by Co- Erskine Clements, 33 illus.
The Madonna in Art. by Eslello M. Hurll,31 illus
Reautiful Women in Art, by Armand Dayot, (W
illustrations, 2 vols.
The Music Lover's Series.
Illuminated cloth covers, illustrated,
gilt top, per volume, $1.25.
Famous Violinists, by Henry C. Lahco.
National Music, by Louis C. Eluon.
Great Composers, by Louis C. Elson
Famous Singers, by Henry C. Lahce.
ContHinporary American Composers, by Rupeit
Hughes. A M.
Famous Pianists, by Henry C. Lahee.
Critical History of Opera, by Arthur Elson.
Grand Opera in America, by Henry C. Lahee.
The Stage Lover's Library.
Illuminated covers, gilt top, by L
C. Strang, per volume, $1.25.
Prima Donnas and Soubrettes.
Famous Actors First Series
lemons Actors Second Series
Famous Actresses First Series
Famous Actresses Second Series.
CAP AND GOWN Some College Verses cho&cn
by Joseph Lu Roy Harrison. 1st and 2nd seriep,
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DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Tree. Prices Reasonable.
1238 0 Street, unnebrln'
cleau vour suits with Ji!vJ:i
4 1222 0 Street Phone A672
Prutessor T. L. Lvou went to
Keuesaw Lo lectuio before Farmers
All class subscriptions for the Mc
Klnlcy monument fund, have been
started, except by the Juniors.
The Pioneer .
( lean Linen
Finest of Toilets
First class Service
V. J HITKOHI). I'noi'iiiniiii
Ma well's Chocolates aud Ron
bn-, are the Ijnest made aii v here
XJluy'm madi here in Lincoln and are
alwuys frush Vot will be wanting
some. Why not get the best ' It costs
no moee than i lhcr jooda of pooler
I W. MAXWELL CO.
tlir. O Street nnd 206 South 11th Street
BEST OP RATES TO STUDENT
Pi He-La ThiJ-wsis entortalrud at
cards Modnay nlulil at the liomu of
Mrs. Raymond, Sixteenth and K
The two llterarv societies (d Hie
Valentine hitfh school have each
Klvon a public program. They
cleared about 78 which will be used
in making additions to the school
ANOTHER TOURIST EXCURS
ION TO CALIFORNIA.
Mr. A. hawvci arltlreHeI IMfr
Lincoln Academv yesterd ly morning
on tho suiiject, ''What is Worth
While " About 100 students were
To accomodate the increasing travel
to California, tho Turlington Route
has added to its service an thor
weekly excursion, in tourist cars,
The Rurlington's through car ser
vice to California is as follows:
STANDARD SLEEPERS- daily.
Omaha, Lincoln. Hastings and Ox
ford to San Francisco, connecting at
latter city with fast train for Los
conducted-every Thursday and Sat
urday, Omaha, Lincoln, Fairmont.
Hastings and Holdrego to San Fran
cisco every Wednesday and Thursday.
Every new Student
337 So. nth street
And has his meosuro takon for th
Zbt JyeudersonJ1tut3 Co.
The Fast Trains are via the
'Dean Reese gave his prelim 1 nary
xamltuition to tho class in-liluck
stono yesterday. The date lor the
Inal examination on tho first two
books has not beon'sot.
And row Carneglo offers an endow
ncnt of ton millions 'for tho cstab
ibtunorb of an United States Univer
sity at Washington, P. C. Tho unl
rorsltv Is tolbe for'spoqlaljunfl. grad
uato work., ,, ' ZZ. ZH
The two student associations will
ln't.o in" trying "toTniakc Sunday's
inootingltlio largestand most '. pfoflt-
ablo of tho year. All lady students
are especially invited. Old Chapel,
unday at 4 pin.
Kansas Citj-, -St.- Joseph, WvtnOre7
Superior and Oxford to San Francis
co and Los Angeles.
All these cars run via Denver and
Salt Lake City, passing the grand
panorama of tho Rockies by daylight.
If you'r L'Oing to California, you
wTIl bo TnToTCsrncrirr onr new iOpagcr
rolder, "California Toms 1001-'02."
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General I'assengor Agent,,
ojsM m m i
" j m r -v
Miss Myrle McNaid of tho school of
music is pledged to 1M Bo! a Phi.
Portrait aii Uisdcape Pkotegrapker
1x9 South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
OALLBRY ESTABLISHED 1871. .
Miss Howell of the elocution do
Dart mont gavo-a reception to her
classes. Monaay night at her home
Sevontocnt.h and C streets. After
several readings by Miss Howell,
Chancollor Andrews addressed those
t all Book Stores
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