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Offers to the public the lollowinz Courses, viz; ‘•W
A rieultural Mechanical, En ineerinrr, Civil En ineerin , Classical, I
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Normal Scl1ool and three Seientihc Courses, each of which covers four
years in tl1e College proper and leads to a degree.
Its faculty contains twenty-nine professors. Its gronds, buildings
and equipments represeut$45o,ooo in value. Itslaboratories, Chemical,
, Physical. Biolog`cal, Botanical, Geological, Physiological, Mecl1anieal,
i and Electrical are the largest and best in Kentucky.
i Each Legislative District is entitled by law a free tuition, room
rent, fuel and lights for four properly prepared students in the college
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other colleges in Kentucky are entered in post—§;raduate courses. For
  catalouge and other information apply to _lAM1¤ts K. PA’1‘T1·;RSoN, Ph. .
D., L. L. D., President of the College., Lexington, Ky.
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and her Department of Phonography in connection with tl1e State Col-
lege of Kentucky. Most thorough, reliable and highly·recon1·
mended school of Shorthand i11 Lexington.
  Taught by a practical court reporter.
Devoted exclusively to the training of
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. ngjpocial rates to mntriculates of the State College.
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