All notices published under this head except "Lost" and "Found" notices must be paid for before insertion.
Lost-A cyclometer ; finder will confer a favor why bringing the same to G. W. Mathewson, 12 Bow St.
Mr. E. J. Ferris, instructor in sparring, will be at his rooms over Ramsay's drug store, every day from 10. A. M. to 6 P. M. Students are requested to come as early as possible to make appointments.
BOOKS AT AUCTION SALE :-Two hundred miscellaneous books have been picked out by Moses King to send to the auction rooms, on Tuesday. There are many good books in this lot and anyone who can find here a book that he has use for can buy it at the lowest auction prices. They are all arranged on one of the ledges and can be glanced through without any delay. It is worth while to step in to see them before the lot goes to auction.
Found-A large sum of money ; owner can have same by applying at Brock and Leavitt's.
Have you bought that Newmarket yet ? H. Landon Hurlbert, tailor, 125 Tremont street, Boston, recommends this garment as the swell coat for young men.
Mr Sever has reduced the price of the celebrated Harvard Book to $20.
Tutoring in all Freshman Mathematics. Conditioned men a specialty.
THOMAS C. BACHELDER, '83, 16 Hollis Hall.To Let-In Cambridge, near the college, rooms furnished or unfurnished in new brick house with all modern conveniences ; desirable for students or man and wife. Terms moderate. Care letter carrier, No. 403.
One club of twelve or more gentlemen can be accommodated with board at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's Brattle square,