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GERMAN A.- Seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7 o'clock, in Stoughton 18. I shall read over the half year's work, and give valuable points in Grammar. G. RODEMANN, A. M. f1 4 6 7
PHILOSOPHY 11.- The work of the first half-year will be reviewed this evening in Little's 6, beginning at 7.30 p. m. WM. W. NOLEN. f1 1t
POL. ECON. 4, Tutoring by L. B. STEDMAN, 53 Weld, Thursday evenings. f1 6t
N. H. 4, History 1, History 2, Music 3, Hill's Rhetoric Abstract. Printed Notes at Wheeler's Printing Office, 416 Harvard street. j27 6t
ENGLISH A.- Tutoring. The method employed will follow closely the plan of the work in the class.
H. B. LATHROP, 24 College House.j27 6t
TUTORING in Political Economy 1; also (with seminar on eve of examination) in Pol. Econ. 4, History 12.
W. ALEXANDER, 24 Read's Block.jan 26 6t
PHYSICS B.- Tutoring done in this course by M. L. BRUUER, 63 College House. j25 6t
FINE ARTS 4, Philosophy 11, Pol. Econ. 4, History 12. Tutoring.
WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 6 Little's Block.j20 tf
TUTORING in Chem. A, C and 2; Math. A, C and D; and French A and 1. Seminar in Freshman Chemistry the night before the examination, at 7.30.
PERRY LAWTON, '88, 25 Hollis Hall.j25 6t
POLITICAL IV. NOTES.- One set for ale at POWERS'S, 30 Boylston street, near post office. j18
TUTORING in Latin A, German A and French A and 1. G. BRADFORD, JR, 8 Prescott St., Cambridge. j25 tf
GERMAN A, Greek and Latin. Tutoring by CLIFFORD H. MOORE. Stoughton 10. j28 6t
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
GET your Furniture repaired at POWERS'S, 30 Boylston street, near post office. j18
GUITAR FOR SALE-a fine one-at POWERS, 30 Boylston. j18
Money made. See advertisement of stocks bought and sold in next column. s30
AT J. F. NOERA'S, 436 Harvard st., students will find the largest assortment of Four-in-Hands ever sold for 50 cents. d7
WEATHER STRIPS, Outside Windows, to keep out the wind and cold are now being put on by Powers, 30 Boylston street, Read's Building
HUNDREDS do, and why don't you, leave your clothes to be cleaned at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street, and have them go through the steam naptha process? d7
SPECIAL PRICES on our Woollen Gloves, to close, at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row. j6
JUST ARRIVED, the finest line of English canes ever imported, at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street. d7
FULL DRESS SHIRTS with Pique bosoms, are now ready at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row. j6
WANTED, 1000 students to visit our grand opening, February 14, of our custom tailoring department, consisting of 500 English suit patterns, 500 English pant patterns, 100 spring overcoat patterns. Full dress suit to order. Perfect fit guaranteed and all our work first-class.
J. B. BRINE,Importer of English Suitings, 8 Boylston street, Cambridge.
GREAT REDUCTION in prices on Jerseys, Sweaters and all Gymnasium goods at James W. Brine's, 10 and 11 Harvard Row. j6
JAMES W. BRINE, 10 and 11 Harvard Row, is headquarters for all kinds of custom work or repairing. Prices low for good work. j6
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