THE HARVARD INDEX for 1894-95 has been reduced in price from 75 cents to 50 cents. For sale at Thurston's, Amee's and the Cooperative.
ROOM-MATE WANTED. - Corner room, first floor, in the yard, facing the yard; double bedroom, well furnished; rent asked, sixty dollars. For information, address or call, 11 Stoughton.
77 3t*LOST. - A fox terrier, 9 months old, white with brown head and brown spots. Collar unmarked. The finder will be reworked on returning him to 13 Kirkland street.
A FEW table boarders can be accommodated in general dining room at 1023 Mass. Ave., Cor. Elery St.
S. L. PEASLEE.THE second week of Julia Marlowe's engagement at the Hollis will begin on January 7, and she will appear in some of her most popular characters, including one which is comparatively new to Boston. It will be remembered that last season she appeared in an elaborate production of "The Belle's Strategem," playing the role of Letitia Hardy. Her assumption of the part was eminently successful, and thus a new play was added to her repertoire. The piece had but few representations during the time spoken of, and as many requests have been received for its revival, it has been decided during the second week to give one representation of it. The repertoire for that week will be as follows: Monday and Saturday nights, "As You Like It"; Tuesday night, "Much Ado About Nothing"; Wednesday night, "Ingomar"; Thursday and Friday nights, a double bill consisting of "The Belle's Strategem" and "Chatterton"; Saturday matinee, "Romeo and Juliet."