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Students are invited to call and examine the large assortment of Upright Pianos and other instruments for sale or to rent at 28 Boylston St., Read Building, Cambridge.
Students. Window seats and cushions made to order and upholstered at small cost. Estimates furnished. A fine line of drapery curtains, selling off at 10 per cent. discount to close. Brass and black finished andirons and fenders at very low cost. Japanese goods for decorating at 30 Boylston St. Conducted by Lee L. Powers.
Room to let in Felton. Large double room, S. E. corner, two bed-rooms, steam heat, 2 fire-places, bath-room with hot and cold water. Apply at once to the Janitor, or at 22 Holworthy.
Wanted. Someone to fold and address 250 circulars. Apply at 43 Grays.
Found. A long stylographic pen. Owner can have the same by calling at Leavitt & Peirce's.
Lost on Jarvis. - A card case containing a sum of money and ticket with name, J. E. Rourke. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning same to 26 Holyoke St.
For Sale. Bed-room set, consisting of Ash bureau, washstand, 2 chairs and ron bedstead with wire mattrass. Apply at Samuel Tuft's, furniture mover, Lyceum Hall.
To Let. Furnished front rooms, in suite or single, all improvements with first-class table board if desired, three minutes walk to the college. 14 Trow bridge St., Cambridge, Mass.
To Let. A suite of rooms for one or two students to let in house corner Holyoke and Mt. Auburn Sts. Sunny exposure. Abply 26 Holyoke St.
Table board and furnished rooms. Students may obtain board at club tables or at a general table. Also one suite of furnished rooms. Sunny location. Terms moderate. Mrs. M. J. Pike, 16 Oxford St.
Club Tables. One club of six, also one of ten or twelve gentlemen can be accommodated at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's, Brattle Square.
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