At History II, December 16. 1886, an overcoat and hat were exchanged, another coat and hat being left. Will the exchanger please bring hat and coat to table 56 in the little room, Memorial Hall?
Club Tables at 16 Oxford St., also one Furnished room to let. Mrs. M. J. Pike.
F. A. Bedell, No. 4 Brattle Street, Highest Cash Prices paid for cast off clothing. Clothing cleansed, pressed, repaired and dyed in the best possible manner. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
A discount of 11 per cent. allowed to all members of the Co-operative Society at Ray's Men's, furnishing goods store, corner West and Washington streets, Boston. Full dress shirts in stock and to measure, dress bows, gloves, studs and buttons.
Table board and furnished rooms. Students may obtain board at club tables or at a general table. Also one suite of furnished rooms. Sunny location. Terms moderate. Mrs. M. J. Pike 16 Oxford St.
Partner Wanted. With $15000 capital in newspaper enterprise, with no competition in its line. Brilliant record and prospects. References given and required. No. 17 Congress St., Boston. Room 4.