A new mantel bed. just the thing or college rooms can be obtained for ten dollars and upwards; at Paine's furniture manufactory, 48 Canal street, Boston. Send for circular.
Students' Songs-The ever popular book "Students' Songs," keeps up its constant sale. More copies of it have been sent away to friends than of any book ever published in Cambridge. The new edition comprises the twenty-first thousand, five thousand copies having been sold in less than six months. The compiler, Mr. Wm. H. Hills, class of '80 is one of the editors of the Boston Daily Globe. "Students' Songs" can be had of Amee Bros., of Sever, or of the co-operative society.
School of Stenography-A limited number of pupils received. A three months course of instruction, (two or three lessons per week) will enable one to make practical use of the art. Address, Stenographer, 19 Worcester Sq., Boston.
10 Oxford St. A nice suite of rooms with board at a General Table can be obtained at Miss E. M. Cotter's 10 Oxford st. Also a few seats left at same table.
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.
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.
Tutoring in all Freshman Mathematics. Conditioned men a specialty.
THOMAS C. BACHELDER, '83, 16 Hollis Hall.