SEMITIC 6, 12, Fine Arts 3, Philosophy 5, Government 1. History 1, 9, 11, 12. Tutoring.
WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.99 6
THE old stand at Foster's is the best place in Cambridge to get a good lunch. All kinds of temperance drinks. 7 tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. S. J. Chandler's meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday nights. Private lessons by appointment. Residence, 290 Harvard street, corner of Clinton street. 2 tf
TO LET-At 12 Dunster St., one pleasant room, suitable for a club table of eight or ten. First-class board; single meals served. 18 meal tickets $5.00.
CHOICE editions of Stevenson, Kipling, Bret Harte, Poe, Field, Lowell, Holmes, Emerson, Hawthorne, Whittier, Longfellow, Parkman, Dickens, Scott, Dumas, Bulwer, Hugo, Balzac, Eliot, Irving, Reade, Mark Twain, Arabian Nights unexpurgated, Lady Jackson's Works, Secret Court Memoirs, Dictionaries, Encyclopedias. All authors. Payments of $1 or $2 per month satisfactory. X, Crimson office. 7 4i
CAMBRIDGE SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.- No. 1300 Mass. avenue. Excellent facilities for the storage of silver and valuables. Boxes to rent, $10 per year. Deposits received subject to check and collections made in all parts of the U. S. t