Special Notices.

For Sale. A choice variety! THE HARVARD BOOK. Two quartos. Full Morocco. The undersigned offers for sale the two large quarto volumes of "The Harvard Book;" published in 1874 by Vaille & Clark; bound in full morocco [Macdonald & Sons]. This is the greatest work on Harvard University ' as it is the combined monographs of over a hundred eminent men, illustrated with over a hundred views and portraits by the Heliotype-Photographic Process. By reason of the fires of Houghton, Osgood & Co. and Macdonald's bindery this book has become absolutely out of print. There never were but several hundred copies issued, and as they are now owned by libraries, public institutions, and wealthy Harvard families, they are seldom to be had at any price. This set of two volumes will be sold at $40 to the first responsible applicant. Moses King, Vice-President. Rand, Avery Company, 117 Franklin St., Boston.

Tutoring in Pol. Econ. 4. Wm. W. Nolen, 6 Little's Block.

Mr. Ferris, the sparring instructor at the gymnasium, desires all those who intend to join classes to hand in their names at once.

Masten & Wells, 18 Hawley St., Boston, are going to provide all the uniforms, torches and illuminations for the anniversary.

$100 a week! Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable employment write at once. We want you to handle an article of domestic use that recommends itself to every one at sight. Staple as flour. Sells like hot cakes. Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to practice economy should for their own benefit write for particulars. Used every day the year round in every household. Price within reach of all. Circulars free. Agents receive sample free. Address, Domestic Manufacturing Company, Marion, Ohio.


Powers is giving very low estimates on Window Cushions and Seats, making and hanging Window Shades, Draperies and Sash Curtains. Poles of any wood or brass. Open Grate Stoves, second-hand, at bargains. Furniture repaired and upholstered at short notice. Lee L. Powers, 30 Boylston St.

Students are invited to call and examine the large assortment of Upright Pianos and other instruments for sale or to rent at 28 Boylston St., Read Building, Cambridge.

$50 Reward. The above reward will be paid to any one who has clothes soiled or stained if I fail to remove the same, (provided the stain is not from any kind of acid). J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard Street.

Students. We make co-operative discount to-all students in Athletic, Aquatic and Gymnasium goods, Bathing Robes, Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Tennis Shoes and all kinds of Fine Furnishing Goods. Warranted English Mackintosh, $10.00. You will save money by visiting my store, 436 Harvard Street. J. F. Noera.

J. W. Brine, Harvard Outfitter, has added to his store a first-class Custom Tailoring Department, under the management of a first-class cutter. All our work guaranteed, and all our goods of the latest English styles. Clothing cleaned by naptha process. Try laundry office. J. W. Brine, Custom Tailor, next to Post Office, Harvard Row.