Students' rooms at Harvard furnished promptly with shades, draperies, bed-room and study furniture at Paine's, 48 Canal street, Boston.

Lost-In the Gymnasium, Tuesday evening, a plain gold ring. The finder will confer a favor by leaving at the Gymnasium Office.

Mr. C. T. Copeland is prepared to instruct a limited number of pupils in Elocution and Gesture. References: Professor A. S. Hill; Mr. George Riddle ; Mr. F. N. Sargent. Also, excellent references for previous success. For terms, and further particulars, apply by letter or in person at No, 12 Appian Way, Cambridge.

Found-A Small puppy. Owner can find dog at Prof. Norton's stable, off Kirkland street.

Short-hand taught-Positively shortest method. Terms low. Address,- F. B. Gregory, 26 Mellen St.

One club of twelve or more gentlemen can be accommodated with board at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's, Brattle square.

To let-Three suites of furnished rooms for students. Well ventilated and sunny, recently occupied by Mrs. Stewart, 19 Hilliard, corner of Mt. Auburn street, the undersigned having leased the same. Mrs. Roger Sherman.

Lost-On Jarvis field, Wednesday afternoon, a small alligator-skin pocket book, containing a sum of money. The finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving it at Brock and Leavitt's. 436 Harvard st.