A new mantel bed. just the thing for college rooms can be obtained for ten dollars and upwards; at Paine's furniture manufactory, 48 Canal street, Boston. Sent for circlar.
A club of eight or ten students can be accommodated with the best five dollar board in Cambridge, at No. 6 Garden St.
To Let-A good double corner room in Felton to let at a reduced price. No, 36. Inquire of the Janitor.
Seven dollars will be paid for two good first balcony tickets to the Saunders Theatre concerts by calling at Brock and Leavitt's.
THAT AUCTION SALE OF BOOKS. By reason of the inclement weather of Monday the lot of selected books that were to have been sent by Moses King to auction on last Tuesday will not be sent until next Tuesday. Although some of the books have been sold during the past few days there are upwards of five hundred left. Now is the time to buy a dollar book for twenty five cents or less. These books many of which are valuable, must be disposed of as Mr. King soon leaves Cambridge for good.
School of Stenography-A limited number of pupils received. A three months course of instruction, (two or three lessons per week) will enable one to make practical use of the art. Address, Stenographer, 19 Worcester Sq., Boston.
10 Oxford St. A nice suite of rooms with board at a General Table can be obtained at Miss E. M. Cotter's 10 Oxford st. Also a few seats left at same table.
Mr. E. J. Ferris, instructor in sparring, will be at his rooms over Ramsay's drug store, every day from 10. A. M. to 6 P. M. Students are requested to come as early as possible to make appointments.
To Let-In Cambridge, near the college, rooms furnished or unfurnished in new brick house with all modern conveniences; desirable for students or man and wife. Terms moderate. Care letter carrier, No. 403.
One club of twelve or more gentlemen can be accommodated with board at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's Brattle square
Tutoring in all Freshman Mathematics. Conditioned men a specialty.
THOMAS C. BACHELDER, '83, 16 Hollis Hall.