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WANTED.- A tutor in French I. Apply at 17 Little's.
TO LET.- Room 17 Holyoke with a bonus of over 40 per cent. reducing price to $50 for balance of year. Apply to W. R. Ellis, 424 Harvard St. opposite College grounds. 76 2t
Mrs. Metcalf offers accommodations for a club of ten to fourteen, at 13 Bow street, and a room for a club of six or eight at 18 Prescott street. Also a large and very desirable furnished room at 13 Bow street. 76 2t
A club table can be accommodated with board and large front dinning-room at 5 Linden street.
CLUB TABLE.- A large, well lighted front room for a club of from eight to fourteen. Also seats at a general table. Terms $7 per week. 6 Story St. 75-1t
SHERIFF'S SALE.- Taken on execution, and will be sold by Public Auction, on Wednesday, the 8th day of January, 1890, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the carriage warerooms of Francis L. Chapman, rear of No. 10 Brattle St., near Harvard Sq., in said Cambridge, the following described personal property, to wit: 1 cherry table, cloth top, 1 arm chair, 1 half arm chair, 2 cherry book cases, 1 oak chair, 1 window seat cushion, 1 oak bedstead, 1 bureau, 1 commode, 1 spring bed, 1 hair mattrass, 1 feather pillow, 1 bolster, 1 lounge, 1 sofa pillow, 1 cherry cabinet desk. Being the same property attached by me on the original writ May 25 1889. The above is all first-class.
GEO. W. W. SAVILLE, Deputy Sheriff.
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