The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, December 01, 1893, Image 21

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tHE BATtfALIOtf. STATE ricultural - and - ^Mechanical ' 0ol —--%=5= OF TEXAS. S£2§5 The Seventeenth Annual Session opened SEPTEMBER 0, 1893. e g® Gives a thorough Scientific and Practical Education, with Theo retical and Practical courses in Dairying, Stock .Breeding, Agri culture, Horticulture, Surveying, Mechanical and Scientific Engineering, Chemistry, Veterinary Science, Drawing, English and Modern Languages. Extensive Additions to DORMITORY" and equipment of Departments; Stand-pipe, Ice Plant, Laundry and Electric Light Plant, Making the College Complete in every detail. ]Src> Tuition, and No Charge for Text Books, Except Languages and Military Science. Expenses for entire Session, except for Clothing, $140.00. Send for Catalogue. J. N. Cole, ’ President. H. R. Heakne, Vice Presiciant. J. P. BURROUGH, Cashier. A. D. McConnico, Ass’t Cashier. JMenchants and planters ..National Bank BRYAN, TEXAS. CAPIT AL, ... - $100,000 Surplu. and Profits . - - 12.000 A General Banking Busines; Transacted. JV[c4\enzie K Co.'s, THE j TWEET RS. BRYAN, TEXAS. DEAN & HSARN, Eclipse Stable. Nice Bugties, Stylish Trams and Moderate Prices. Exchange H OTEL, BRYAN, TEXAS. ED. NICHOLSON, . . . For Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Cigars, Cigarettes, and All kinds Confections. Boys, Visit my OYSTER PAICUOR J. S. Mooring, . . Proprietor. while in town. Oysters served in any style, at 25c per dozen.