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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAH.
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'9 e , The University School of Music, Just South of the Campus. You Can Enter at Any Time. W
Has numerous Natural Hridffivs, Caves,
etc , of no little interest,. Tlie Mam
moth Cuve of Calaveras, discovered by
miners in lH.V); the Alabaster Cave; the
Crystal Palace Cave, e ntainintf a num
ber of attractive subterranean apart
ments, such as the Itr'dnl Chamber, the
CVystal Palace Room, and a curious
apartmentcalled the Mupic Hall, where
the deposit of aqueous origin not only
take tho form of orifim pipes, sounding
boards, etc., but also emit when struck
music ii sounds and vibrations. Near
thii cave are two natural bridges
which the tourist can visit and return
to the railroad within half an hour.
Tho only natural way to reach
those Bconea of interest is via
"The Overland Route,"
comprising the I'uion and Southern Pa
cific, now really one line The only
line runnirg through trains to San
I'Yancisco from Omaha.
Throe Trains Daily.
The Fast Trains tirr'ning l.r hours
ahead of all competitors.
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We 1 live looked over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Keed Dunroy, issued by the Pniversity Pub
lish ng C., entitled 'Tumble Weeds.-' We find Mr. Dnnroy an inter
esting person. He un"crtakcs large things, and approaches them in a
large way. lie aims evidently for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be curious to sec what a jouiy? man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy seems to be distinctly a wcBtern man ono of
those who are quite content with their own environment as a sphere
for action and growth. His themes are things that exist, and that he
can sec around himself; it is men who can take this view, it seems to
us. w ho are going to count on the future of our western civilization.
One little poem on 'Dawn'' attracted us pHrticularly. and another on
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's having thought
it necessary to put a pretty little thing about Nebraska into apostro
phe's dialect A piculiarity that struck us was a strain of devoutness
that runs through some ol the poems, together, with some tokens of
displeasure with the church organizations.
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