J. F. Noera has greatly improved his facilities for fitting tennis flannels. Only the best cutters employed. Holyoke street, opposite Holyoke House.
LOST.-Card case, containing a sum of money, cards, etc. Will finder please leave at Leavitt and Peirce's, or write to 5 Holyoke House.
Have you seen the new style cheap tennis and lacrosse shoe at the office of the gymnasium?
A few tickets for Carl Schurz's lecture on "Abrabam Lincoln," at Tremont Temple, Wednesday evening, April 22nd, 1885, for sale at C. W. Sever's Bookstore, Price, 30 cts. each. Orders for reserved seats at $1, and at 50 cents, may be left there until Thursday morning, April 21, at 9 A. M.
Attention is called to the advertisement of H. L. Hurlbut, Tailor, 125 Tremont St., Boston,
J. F. Noera has removed to Holyoke Street, opposite Holyoke House, where he will continue his business as usual.
J. Dudley Hall, Organist of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Boston, will receive pupils in pianoforte, organ playing, and harmony. Thorough grounding in harmony and technical principles guaranteed. 125 Tremont St., room 8, Boston.