Special Notices.

DANCING AND DEPORTMENT.

Eighth season. Mrs. L. J. Chandler will reopen her classes at Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday, Oct. 7, and would be pleased with your patronage. Children's class, Tuesday, Oct, 7, at 5 o'clock. Young people's class, Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 8 o'clock. Germans, Friday evenings, commencing Oct. 17. Private lessons by appointment. Residence, Insurance Building, cor Main and Inman Sts.

POLITICAL ECONOMY 1, History 13, History 2, Political Economy 8. Tutoring.

J. A. BAILEY, 31 Stroughton.76-6t.

TUTORING.- History 1, 11, 12, 15, Philosophy 14, Fine Arts 3, Political Economy 4.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.76-tf.

TUITORING in Chemistry A., Physics, B., Geology 1, and Zoology 1.

G. D. BUSSEY, '91, 16 Stoughton.77-2t

HARVARD STUDENTS' DANCING CLASS.- Mr. L. Papanti's evening class in dancing will be resumed this evening (Tuesday, January 6th) at 7.30 at Roberts Hall. This is the third lesson of the term of 16 lessons. Scholars admitted for the balance of them, but none taken for one or two lessons.

ALL men desiring notes in History 1 will please sign the blue book at Thurston's before noon Saturday, January 10.

ANYONE who, about the first of last June, or since that date, bought or saw offered for sale, a fine copy of the scarce first edition of Napier edition of Boswell's Johnson, London, 1884, 5 vols., full light calf by Tout, will confer a favor by communicating with A. A. Gleason, Room 8, Equitable Building, Milk and Devonshire Sts., Boston.