THE CAMBRIDGE DAILY.- Cambridge has, at last, what has long been needed, a first-class local evening paper, called THE CAMBRIDGE DAILY. It has been running for about six weeks, and is now well established. It is well filled with all the local news, of which it prints from three to six columns a day. One of its strong features is its "notes and comments," which are very bright and spicy. It has a Harvard correspondent, who proposes to furnish all the college news. All the newsdealers have it.
CALL and see line of football goods, latest importation and best prices, at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row and 436 Harvard street.
A NEW line of English trouser stretchers just imported, also English sweaters, canvas foot-ball jackets, footballs, shoes, etc., at James W. Brine's. 10 and 11 Harvard Row and 436 Harvard street.
TABLE BOARD two blocks from college yard between Harvard and Main. Firstclass board for two or three students. 21 Trowbridge St. sept27 1w
FOR gents' underwear and fine furnishing goods, gloves, etc., James W. Brine, 436 Harvard street and 10 and 11 Harvard Row.