WILLIAM W. NOLEN,83 tf
2 Manter Hall.FOUND. - Stylographic pen, last Friday. Apply to Leavitt & Peirce.
COLLEGE students, working their way through college can hear of something that will interest them by calling at 139 Kingston street, Boston, between 9 and 10 a. m.
96 2tBELCHER'S Dining Room, Lyceum Building, Harvard square. Board $7.00 per week.
6 tfDANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday, Oct. 9. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.
1 tfTHE HARVARD INDEX for 1894-95 has been reduced in price from 75 cents to 50 cents. For sale at Thurston's, Amee's and the Cooperative.
TUTORING in Physics B, Physics C, Physics I, Math. A, Math. D, Engineering 1a. Make early engagements. Three years' experience as tutor.
A. E. DOUCETTE,93 5t
24 College House.MR. WALLACE JONES, of Radford Jones & Co., Tailors, 32 George Street, Hanover Square, London, W., will be at Young's Hotel for the week commencing Jan. 21 to Jan. 26 inst. Office hours 9 to 5. Appointments at the hotel. Will be in Cambridge on the 28th and 29th. Appointments at Cambridge by letter.
The success of "Rollo's Journey to Cambridge," which appeared as a serial story in the Lampoon 1879-1880 demanded seven editions in separate book book form. An eighth edition has just been published by Walker and Aspinwall. The price is 75 cents, and is on sale at Amee's, Thurston's and the Co-operative, as well as the principal bookstores in Boston. The clever wit and humor abounding in the story will be as entertaining to the Harvard man today as to the graduate of fifteen years ago.