TWO EXCURSIONS to the Columbian Exposition, conducted by the B. & M. R. R. in Raymond and Whitcomb vestibule trains, will leave Boston June 21 and July 3. Round trip with board at the Pullman Hotel $75. As the number is limited, application must be made at once, F. U. Stearns, 18 Thayer, 10 to 11 a.m.
tfHISTORY 1. - Tutoring.
C. E. WHITMORE, JR.,45 Hastings.German A, B, C, 1a, 1b, 1c, E, F, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; French A, 1a, 1b, 2, 3,; Tutoring.
J. M. KAGAN '94,
50 Boylston st.TUTORING. - Phil. III, V and XV.
E. L. GULICK,101 Hammond St.
TUTORING in History 12; Economics 1a: Government 5.
E. A. HOWES JR., '94,
25 College House.TUTORING. - Economics 4, History 12, and Botany 1.
W. E. HUTTON,66 Thayer,
FOR SALE. - Students' desks, tilting chairs, book cases, carpets, mantel beds, etc., all in excellent condition and at reasonable prices.
AT 44 LANGDON ST.
DANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class Tuesday, Oct. 4. at 8 P.M. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons.
1y.TUTORING in Fine Arts 3. History 1, 11, 12, Philosophy 5, Economics 4, Semitic 12.
W. W. NOLEN,
2 Manter Hall.IRVING TERRACE. - 50 A. Kirkland St. First class rooms, all modern improvements, location unsurpassed.
TUTORING. - Latin A, C. 8; Greek C, 2. 6; French A, 1a, 1b; German A. C. Also tutoring, now or during the summer for entrance examinations and removal of conditions.
JAMES F. MORTON, A. M.46 College House.
A GOOD price will be paid for good sets of notes in the following courses; Latin 10, The Private Life of the Romans; Latin 28, Latin Grammar; Teachers Course in Latin. Address M. care of Leavitt and Pierce.
PHILOSOPHY V. - Review of the course, this evening, beginning at 7.15 p.m. Fee $2.00.
MORTON A. ADDRICH,46 North Ave.
GOVERNMENT 4 - Seminars to-day, 1 at 2 p.m. Hall, Part III and cases; II at 7.30 p.m., Part IV and cases. Fee $3 for each part.
F. W. DALLINGER,1 Hilton.