DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class, Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 8 p. m. Odd Fellows' Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons. 1y
A CLUB table for 10 or 12 can be accommodated in the private dining room of the Crimson Cafe. 19 12t
$100 BONUS to anyone taking a desirable suite of rooms close to Memorial off my hands. Apply to C. H. Dunn, 45 Weld between 1.30 and 2.30. 25 6t
ALWAYS AHEAD.- Paine's Furniture Company, 48 Canal street, always try to go one step farther than any other furniture house, and do a little better by a customer either in the matter of quantity, quality or price. An instance of this appears in their advertisement in another part of this paper of an easy chair which they sell upholstered in leather in the extra size (only found in clubs, public places, etc.) at no greater price than that charged for the ordinary chair in other stores. 29
WANTED.- Roommate in 52 Gray's. Call evenings. 28 2t
TO RENT.- Furnished suites or single rooms at 771 Main street. 29 6t
ALL clubs that wish to be in the Index this year are requested to send a list of their members to W. F. Garcelon, 381 Harvard street.
C. H. Beckwith. W. F. Garcelon.29 tf
TYPEWRITING done by Thomas S. Forsyth, Suite 6, 55 E. Newton street, Boston.
A SILK umbrella, with natural wood handle and steel, was taken by mistake from the stand in hall of Memorial, on October 28. Please return to M. M. B., 890 Main street.
WILL the man who took by mistake notes on "Legal Punishments among the Anglo-Saxons," from Alcove 8 of the library, on Monday, please return at once to 17 Matthews.