71 18tFINE ARTS 4, History 1, 10, 11, 12, Tutoring.
W. W. NOLEN,2 Manter Hall.TUTORING. - French, German, Spanish.
J. D. Prindle, A.M., '90,
381 Harvard street.A DESIRABLE club may engage board now for next year, with the exclusive use of a large and attractive dining room. A few seats may be had, also, at a general table.
467 BroadwayHOMEWARD JOURNEY. - For tickets for your homeward journey, the Merchants & Miners Transportation Co. offers a delightful sea voyage to Norfolk, Baltimore, Washington, thence rail for the South and West, or all rail via Shenandoah Valley Route. Call on or address C. P. Gaither, 290 Washington street, Boston.
79*tuALL students desiring light, pleasant and lucrative employment for whole or part of the summer call any day between 11 and 12 at 44 Brattle street, room 2.
FOR SALE. - Cutter Whitewing. Waterline length, 32 ft. Built by Lawley, from designs by Watson. Good sailer and comfortable cruiser. Apply to,
C. R. STURGIS,
63 Beacon St., Boston.DANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.
TUTORING in Mathematics A, B, D, F, 2, also Mathematics for admission examinations.
S. W. BOARDMAN, JR.,
6 Story street.THE last week of the season at the Hollis and of "1492" as well will begin on Monday. "1492" has never been better done than at present, and Miss Vaughn, Mr. Jones, Mr. Harlow and all the other favorites are proving as acceptable as ever. The burlesque on Trilby is most amusing, and the Kilanyi living pictures marvels of artistic beauty. An extra matinee will be given on Decoration Day.