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Special Notices.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

POLIT. ECON. 4.- The principal points of the work of the first half-year will be reviewed this evening at 6 Little's Block, beginning at 7.30. WM. W. NOLEN. f9 1t

I WILL tutor in the following courses: Pol. Econ. 1 and 4; Hist. 12, Phil. 2 and Freshman German; and will carefully review each course the evening before the examination. H. B. BARBER, 12 Holworthy. j31 6t eod

TUTORING in Mathematics A. Seminar Thursday evening at 7.30. H. A. DAVIS, 29 Hollis. f4 6t

PHRENOLOGY.- PROF. P. HOWARD, [graduate of American Inst. of Phren logy]. Examinations by appointment or at No. 12 Story St. For lectures and appointments send postal or call at above address. Excellent testimonials from Yale and Princeton. For a short time only. f8 6t

POL. ECON. IV. Tutoring by L. B. STEDMAN, '87, in evening, at 53 Weld. f3 6t

TUTORING in Criminal Law from notes of the lectures of this and of last year, with explanations of cases and references to Bishop and May. Address or see OSGOOD SMITH, at the Law School. f3 6t

FOR an experienced tutor in Math. A and C, and French A and 1, apply to PERRY LAWTON, '88, 25 Hollis Hall. f2 6t

FINE ARTS 4, Philosophy 11, Pol. Econ. 4, History 12. Tutoring.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 6 Little's Block.j20 tf

ONE club table can be accommodated at 16 Oxford street. f8 2t

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.

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

CAMP CHAIRS to let for all occasions, cheap, at LEE L. POWERS', 30 Boylston street. f2

SPECIAL TO STUDENTS.- Charles Speller, of London, England, is now taking orders for "Hickson's" Tennis and Base-Ball Shoes of English manufacture previous to his departure for London.

Students are respectfully requested to place their orders at once to ensure delivery of goods by April 1st.

Hickson's shoes have met with great success in every college in the country since their introduction in November last. Will be at JAMES W. BRINE'S, 10 and 11 Harvard Row, until Feb. 8th '88. f4

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

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.

GUITAR FOR SALE-a fine one-at POWERS, 30 Boylston. j18

Money made. See advertisement of stocks bought and sold in next column. s30

GET your Furniture repaired at POWERS'S, 30 Boylston street, near post office. j18

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

JUST ARRIVED, the finest line of English canes ever imported, at J. F. Noera's, 436 Harvard street. d7

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