SILVER REPEAL HAS PASSED.- The anxiously awaited action on the Silver Bill has resulted in its unconditional repeal. Now that that great question is settled, it is time to get those photographs taken at Pach's which you have been putting off. Don't delay until the holiday rush comes and then expect to get your work done at short notice. Now is just the time. 46 6t
FOOTBALL.- Harvard vs. Yale, at Springfield, Saturday, November 25, 1893. Special trains via the Boston and Albany R. R., will leave Kneeland street station, at 6.50 a. m., 8.00 a. m., and 8.35 a. m., returning immediately after the game. Excursion tickets, good only on special trains, $2.50 each. Tickets on sale at city ticket office, 232 Washington street, Boston, up to 6.00 p. m., November 24, and at Kneeland street station ticket office until departure of last special train November 25.
A table d'hote dinner will be served at dining room in Springfield station between 10.00 a. m. and 2.00 p. m., at rate of 75 cents.
A. S. HANSON, G. P. A.DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class, Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Odd Fellows' Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons. 1y
THE Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Co., at No. 424 and 426 Harvard St., cor. of Linden, transacts a general banking business. Checks will be cashed on any Bank or Banking House in the U. S. and interest is allowed upon daily balances subject to check. Special attention given to accounts with officers and students of the University. Banking hours 8 to 2. Safety Vaults open from 8 a. m. to 2, and 5 to 6 p. m. tf
5 VOLUMES: 1 YEAR: 1 CENT.- This strange heading in another column will attract the attention of many readers. It is not the mention of a new circulating library, but the result of some clever figuring on the cost of book storage by Paine's Furniture Co., and it is well worth reading by every one who buys, owns or reads a book. 47 3t