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TUTORING in History 13 and 17. All kinds of writing and type-writing done at short notice. Preparation for the college examinations during the summer months. CLARENCE A. BRODEUR, '87, 14 Hollis.
REDUCED PRICES in Picture Frames after March 1st, 1888. Superior in quality and yet as low in price as many other dealers; and pictures, etc., framed at short notice. Please call and be convinced. ALFRED MORGAN, Hilton's Block, Harvard square. m2
IT IS an acknowledged fact that J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard street, has the finest line of English Cheviot and French Flannel for shirts and pajamas ever imported.
CUSTOM WORK AND REPAIRING in all its branches; superior workmanship guaranteed, by James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
WEATHER STRIPS, Outside Windows, to keep out the wind and cold are now being put on by Powers, 30 Boylston street, Read's Building
FRENCH FLANNEL and English Cheviot Shirts, elegant patterns, at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
FULL DRESS SHIRTS, $1.50 and upwards at J. W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
A FINE SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS at let cheap on Oxford street. Apply to LEE L. POWERS'S, 30 Boylston street, near post office. f2
YOU can buy a trouser stretcher at J. F. Noera's, from 16c. to $5.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY GENUINE MACKINTOSHES just received, per steamer "Palmyra," at JAMES W. BRINE'S, 10 and 11 Harvard Row. Prices $14.00 and upwards
Money made. See advertisement of stocks bought and sold in next column. s30
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS.- Mr. J. B. Brine, 8 Boylston street, calls special attention to students wanting a first-class Spring Suit or a first-class Spring Overcoat, and we have the largest assortment of Pant Goods ever shown in Cambridge. Mr. Thomas Wilson, of late employed by Mr. E. E. Currier, 419 Washington street, Boston, will have entire charge of our custom department, and nothing but first-class fits and first-class work will be allowed to leave the store. Importer of suitings.
J. B. BRINE,8 Boylston street, near post office.
STUDENTS desiring to purchase a genuine English Mackintosh can do so and save 15 per cent. by calling at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street.
GET your Furniture repaired at POWERS'S, 30 Boylston street, near post office. j18
Do you own a Trouser Stretcher? If not, buy one at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
CAMP CHAIRS to let for all occasions, cheap, at LEE L. POWERS', 30 Boylston street. f2
REPAIRING, PRESSING AND CLEANING done at McDonnell's old stand. Dress suits pressed and cleaned. Ulsters and overcoats pressed and cleaned. Pants pressed and cleaned. First-class work guaranteed. J. B. BRINE, 8 Boylston street, next to post office. d9
CONSTANTLY on hand, all the latest style E. and W. Collars and Cuffs, Full Dress Shirts, and everything requisite for evening dress. All kinds of Bath Wraps, English Cheviot and French Flannel Shirts and Pajamas, etc., at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street.
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