For Students. - A nice suite of rooms, and one single room to let at No. 8 Gerry Street, off Mt. Auburn.
Desirable rooms to let at 404 Harvard Street. Apply at premises.
A club of students can be accommodated with board at 68 Mt. Auburn St.
For Sale. - A fifty inch Columbia bicycle in perfect condition. Price $50. Apply at 7 Matthews.
Room-mate wanted by a student holding a room in the College-yard. Leave or send name and address to the office of Co-operative Society, Dane Hall.
To Let. - Furnished rooms, large and sunny, five minutes walk from the colleges, three minutes from Law School. 38 North Avenue.
Wanted, Students to get their books bound at McNamee's Bindery, opposite College Library. Books bound and interleaved in 24 hours.
The occupant of a comfortably furnished room in Thayer is in want of a chum. One who would be here during the day only is preferred. Apply immediately to the janitor of Thayer.
For Sale. - A complete set of drawing instruments, best quality, very little used. H. B. Hutchins, 1 Holyoke House.
A large assortment of Square and Upright Pianos suitable for Clubs and Societies may be found at No. 11 Brattle Street.
To Harvard Students. - Custom clothing fit guaranteed. Clothing renovated in first-class manner. English Blazers Sweaters and finest line of English goods to be found in this market. J. W. Brine, Harvard Outfitter, No.s 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
J. F. Noera, the Harvard Furnishing Store, has received a large line of English stripped flannel from England; also keeps a large line of all kinds of Furnishing Goods from the famous house of Fiske, Clark & Flagg. Dunlap hats, gymnasium goods a specialty J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard Street.
J. F. Noera, the Harvard Furnishing Store, has employed Mr. J. Rogers, formerly with the well-known tailoring establishment of John Mitchell & Co. of N. Y. as cutter; has given him charge of his tailoring establishment. Cleansing garments will be done by the steam naptha process, which is ne plus ultra. 436 Harvard Street.