DANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 8 P. M. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons.
1yADVANCED FRENCH. - Private tutoring by an experienced French teacher, terms reasonable. Also reading French of advanced Harvard courses with single pupils, or classes. Apply for terms and particulars to "Advanced French."
6tPHILOSOPHY 1. Spansh 1, Tutoring. Seminar in Philosophy 1 Sat. eve Nov. 5. 92.
A. C. FAY '93.
33C.A COLORED student in the Law School would like work of any kind whatsoever. Must have it to pay expenses. Address R. 10 Magee St., Cambridge.
tfGEO. MENDALL TAYLOR, Teacher of Voice and Piano, coaching in songs and part singing a specialty. Residence 349 Harvard street.
30-2tSEMINAR in Government 1, Friday Evening 7.30. Fee 2.00. 45 Matthews.
A. J. WELLINGTON,A. M. WOLFSON.LOST. - Red leather pocket book containing two checks for $60 and $5 respectively. Finder will receive reward by leaving same at Leavitt & Peirce's.
LOST. - On Wednesday afternoon on Quincy St. or near Harvard Square a purse containing five dollars and two trunk keys. Please return to 10 Frisbie Place.
HISTORY 12, Review this evening at 7.30 p. m., in Manter 2. Fee $3.
W. W. NOLEN.GOVERNMENT 1, Seminar this (Fri.) evening, 8 o'clock at 39 Holyoke House. Fee, $2.00.
Philosophy 1, (Logic) Seminar the evening before the examination at 8.30, and the morning of the examination at 11.
F. L. YOUNG, '93AN accident on Harvard St., Oct. 23, 1892, by West End St. R'y. car running into a light buggy caused considerable damage. There were a number of people there at the time. Any one who is willing to testify to the same, please leave their names at Leavitt & Peirce, and oblige,
A. A. KINER.