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TWO EXCURSIONS To the Columbian Exposition, conducted by the B. & M. R. R. Raymond and Whitcomb vestibule trains, will leave Boston June 21 and July 3. Round trip with board at the Pullman Hotel $75. As the number is limited, application must be made at once. F. U. Stearns, 18 Thayer, 10 to 11 a. m.
tfLOST. - A rough haired foxterrier; white with black patch over right eye. Finder will receive reward by returning same to
F. DAVIS, JR.,14 Read's Block.Name and address on collar.
FINE ARTS 3 - The course will be reviewed this afternoon commencing at 2.15 o'clock in Roberts Hall Building, 15 Brattle Street. The review will be repeated in the evening at 7.15 o'clock. The subject matter is the same at the two reviews. Those who attend are requested to bring with them Reber's Ancient Art. Fee for either review $4. Gentlemen will confer a favor by not opening accounts for reviews.
W. W. NOLEN.FURNISHED COTTAGE near Sorrento to let for the season; eight rooms; within short distance of Harvard's athletic field. For further particulars apply by letter only to C. B. Preble, Sullivan Harbor, Me., or to R. W. Osborne, E. Div. B. & M. R. R., Boston.
HISTORY 1 - Tutoring.
C. E. WHITMORE, JR.,45 Hastings.LOST. - At the Princeton game an almost new bull dog meerschaum pipe. Finder kindly leave at Mr. Foster's.
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