The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 01, 1893, Image 9

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THE BATTALION, College Station Texas. Si) lei For F^rfumes, Soaps, Toilet Ar- Fine Paper and • Envelopes. Options earefa!ly com- os & Wippredht’s i9 MMj,:AMWWkwWiz ED. fllCHOIiSOfl | For Frixiis, Ciindliojsi, IVuts, Oig'tii*- otteK un«l sill I^IikIh CoiitVotionss. Boys vnsit my neat Oyster Parlor while in town. Oysters served in any style at 25c per dozen. DEAft 8t HEAt^Ti >se St^"bS . . ' ITTlkLand M ••■•...•.•I GOLLEGE. >15' TEX^S. Tfie Seventeenth Annual Session Opened y PTISMBEH 6, 3 893 Gives a thorough ^lentifie and Practical Education with ftistlky T}ieore # icai and Practical Courses in i [CE BUGG T V LIS a TEAMS . AND MODERATE PRIC1 9 5r CEflTRflLi HOTEL, Bpyan, Texas. J. b. MOOR I N O, JPropr. agriculture, horticulture, surveying, MECHANICAL AND SCIENTIFIC ENGIN EERING, CHEMISTRY, VETERINARY SCIENCE, DRAWING. J. N. COLE, President. J. P. BURROUGH,T’abiee. H. R. HEARNE, Vice Pros. A. D. M< CONN I CO,AssT Cash. ' ' uMevcliants ur ( T pi'ainters J\lational Bunk. ENGLISH AND Hi* van, Texas. CAPITAL, Surplus and Profits, $100,000,000 12,000,000 iLiA^GUAGES. a. *A General Banking Brsiness Transacted. College Souvenir Spoons at * McKenzie & Os., * JEWELtEHS. rymn. s. Extensive additions to dormitory and equipment of de partments; stund pipe, ice plant, laundry and electric light p|ant. making the college complete in every detail. No tuition and no ehargs for text books except languages and miAm- science. Expenses for entire session, except for l^Kkj.140.00. Send for catalogue.