For nobby stylish boots and shoes go to H. H. Tuttle and Co., they are the agents of the Co-operative Society.
For experienced tutor in Freshman German, also reading of translation of Cicero's "Republic," apply or address 'G.," 26 Holyoke street.
Lost-A small ivory tablet. The finder will confer a great favor by returning to Leavitt and Peirce.
If the person who took away two odd attics from the Glee Club coffee party on Tuesday night, wishes to exchange them for his own, he can do so by applying to 64 Mt. Auburn street.
Mr. H. L. Hurlbut, tailor, 125 Tremont street, has received his selection of spring woolens. Harvard students are invited to make an examination.
J. W. Brine has received his full line of spring style of Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods, large assortment of rowing and gymnasium goods, white party and street gloves. 10 Harvard Row, Cambridge.
Dr. Humphreys has a vacancy for one pupil, either to reside in his family or not, in place of Mr. A. E. Haserick, who has recently left for Oxford.
Special Notice.A USEFUL little book which should be in the hands of the members of every intelligent household is "The Human
No HeadlineTutoring in all freshman courses, all History courses, Sophomore Rhetoric, English 8, Political Economy 1, and all subjects required for
SPECIAL NOTICES.Laundress-An experienced laundress wishes gentlemen's washing. Refers to Prof. James. Address: Mrs. Corcoran, Bennett St., off Mount Auburn St. Tutoring
Special Notice.CALENDARS FOR 1896.- Size 11x14 in., envelope to fit. Beautiful picture of the Harvard Football Team, large engraved calendar pad.
Out With the Old, In With Nothing NewEven I, a lover of clothes, think that less is more when it comes to stocking your closet.