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FOR SALE.- A table gas lamp, at 26 Little's Block.
Mr. J. W. Dalzell '79, Private Tutor, 18 Appian Way.
Mrs. Robie, 16 Oxford St., Wishes to fill two club tables.
To LET.- A suite of unfurnished rooms at 882 Main St., nearly opposite Reck Hall.
To LET.- One of the best rooms in Hilton's Block. Apply immediately to Thayer.
FOUND.- Three keys tied with string, one for Locker 39. Apply at Leavitt and Peirce's.
Furnished and unfurnished rooms to let at 34 Beacon Street, Somerville, within one-half mile of the college.
A club of gentlemen can be accommodated, also seats at a general tables, at Mrs. Morgan's, 97 Mt. Auburn street.
Highest cash prices paid for second hand clothing. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Archambeau, 4 Brattle St., Cambridge.
Correct styles in garments for young men, at moderate prices, can be obtained of H. L. Hurlbut, Tailor, 125 Tremont Street.
Billy Fraser, LightWeight Champoin of New England, the popular teacher of sparring will receive communications addressed to New Church St., Somerville, Mass.
Beware of cheap ladies. If you wish to have your linen clean, and not damaged, as is the case in most laundries, leave it at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street, the only reliable and original Troy laundry.
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