Tutoring in History XI, Pol. Econ. 1 and 4. F. E. Hurley, 4 College House.
FRENCH I. The following books of last half year briefly outlined in English. Maroussia, Marianne, and Le gendre de M. Poirier. Price for Maroussia and Marianne $1.00 each, and for Le Gendre de M. Poirier, 50 cts. The above can be procured at Amee Bros.
POLITICAL ECONOMY I. On Monday evening, June 8, I shall go over the principal points taken up in this course by Prof. Laughlin during the last half year. Questions in review bearing on this portion of the subject also discussed. Please send names immediately. E. J. Rich, 64 Thayer.
I shall give a lecture on the evening of June 8, from 7 to 9 P. M., reviewing the main points in Political Economy I, including the lectures on banking and financial legislation. I shall also give a lecture in Political Economy 4, the evening before the examination, from 7 to 9 P. M., reviewing the work since the mid-years. The lectures will be given in D. 17. F. Coggeshall, C. 35.
A COLLEGE MAN of business experience (a lawyer by profession) wishes to meet one or two gentlemen who would be willing to join him in contributing their time and a moderate amount of capital in establishing a business enterprise in a Western or Southern city, where the opportunity for success is vastly greater than in New York or New England. The advertiser will satisfy anyone, who would be acceptable, of the unusual advantages of this opportunity; and any gentleman who has not formed definite business plans for the future, should investigate it. Only reliable persons would be satisfactory; and the advertiser will furnish ample proofs of reliability on his part. For interview, address P. O. Box 1307, Boston, Mass.