A CLUB ROOM and few seats at general table. Good food and attention guaranteed.
C. G. BRADT, 16 Oxford St.94 95 96 97 100 101
CRIMINAL LAW.- Tutoring. All examination papers back to 1882. Reviewed.
J. V. SLOAN, 717 Cambridge St.97-6t
GERMAN A.- Seminar Tuesday evening, Feb. 5th, at Stoughton 9.
H. R. GLEDHILL, E. O. PARKER.98 5t
HIST. XIII.- Tutoring. Apply to
GEO. P. FURBER, T. 54, or at Law School.94 6t
JUST arrived from the manufacturers, a special good line of Jerseys, to sell for 95 cents each.
JAMES W. BRINE, 10-11 Harvard Row.
WHITAKER and CO., TAILORS, LONDON. Mr. Wallace Joues will remain at Young's Hotel, Boston, until Saturday, Feb. 2, and will be pleased to keep any appointment at the hotel from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. (The latest patterns of summer tweeds, and also newest of Oxford and Cambridge boating and tennis flannels.) 94 6t