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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
IRVING J. MANATT, PH.D., CHANCELLOR.
I. College of Literature, Science and the, Arts.; ' "
II. Industrial College.
III. The College of Medicine.
IV. The Latin School.
V. School of the Fine Arts.
All departments open for the Winter terra, Jan. 5. Examinations for admission Sept. 8 and 9 and Jan. 4
Thorough courses in preparation for college and college courses leading to degrees of B. A., B. Sc, B. .
B. C. E., B. Agr., and M. D. All schools open to both sexes, and tuition free except in Fine Arts. Ex
penses low For catalogues and other information address the steward,
J. Stuart Dales, Lincoln, Nebraska.
GEORGE W. FAWELL,
BOOKS, STATIONERY AND NEWS.
Do not fail to see the University Letter Paper,
113 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET,
IfcTO TBOTJBLE TO SHOW QOOIDS.
VALENTINE & WHEELER, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
The only exclusive Short-hand and Type-writing School in Nebraska. Day and evenine sessions The
School offers a rare opportunity to students attending the State University to leam ?he valuable art
No educaUon :s complete wUhout a knowledge of Short-hand. For full infSmatio call on or address
VALENTINE & WHEELER, 1118 and 1120 O STREET, LINCOLN, NEB;
.A.- IMC. ID-ATIS, CDJi.LJP'MYT
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