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Qui Offers to the public the following (Tourses, viz:  
  Agricultural, Mechanical, Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classical,  
‘- -r Normal School and three Scientific Courses, eazh of which covers four  
  . years in the College proper and leads to a degree.  
‘ * Its faculty contains twenty-nine professors. Its gronds, buildings  
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  Physical, Biologcal, Botanical, Geological, Physiological, Mechanical,  
  and Electrical are the largest and best in Kentucky.  
Each Legislative District is entitled by law a free tuition, room  
Q,. p rent, fuel and lights for four properly prepared students in the college  
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i catalouge and other information apply to jluucs K. PATT1€RSoN, Ph.  
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‘ mended school of Shorthand in Lexington.  
‘ Taught by a practical court reporter.  
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