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TO LET.- 24 Little's; sunny southern room, second story. Last room to let in block. Big reduction in price. Apply to janitor of building. 8 2t

HARVARD PRESS ASSOCIATION.- The annual meeting of the association will be held at 22 Hilton's Block at 7 o'clock. Every member should be present.

MRS. GEORGIA PETTES will resume her classes in dancing at Trade Association Hall, Central square, next week (Thursday, Oct. 10, adult beginners). For full particulars about advanced class address 82 Franklin street.

CLUB TABLE.- One handsome room for a club table of twelve. Apply at once. The Peabody Club, 126 Mt. Auburn street.

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INSURE your furniture against loss by fire with James H. Hilton, 1426 Massachusetts avenue. Drop me a postal and I will call. 8 tf

W. E. STRATTON, teacher of banjo, guitar and mandolin; third season at Harvard; tenth at Phillips Andover Academy; pupil of J. B. Maldura, mando linist, Rome, Italy.

Luis L. Romero, guitarist; Alfred A. Farland, banjoist. A choice selection of mandolin and guitar music by the most celebrated Italian masters. Lessons given in students' rooms or at studio. Pupils coached for the coming club trials. Lessons given Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays only. Write or call at 396 Harvard street, nearly opposite Ware Hall.

FOR SALE.- Second hand furniture, desks, chairs, tables, rugs, etc.

ELIOT AND DUVEY, 1 Holyoke street.7 3t

A CLUB table can be accommodated at

Mrs M. E. BROWN'S, 48 Brattle street.7 3t

TWO capable men are needed to teach bookkeeping at the Prospect Union, one night a week. Also one singing teacher. Apply at once at 24 Little's, G. L. Paine.

GEO. MENDALL TAYLOR, Teacher of Voice and Piano. Coaching in songs and part singing a specialty. Residence, 349 Harvard street, Cambridge. 7 3t

GOOD table board may be secured at $5.00 per week at

MRS. M. E. JONES, 125 Mt. Auburn street, Suite 4.7 4t

The Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Co., at No. 1300 Massachusetts Avenue, corner of Linden street, transacts a general banking business. Checks will be cashed on any Bank or Banking House in the U. S. and interest is allowed upon daily ballances subject to check. Special attention given to accounts with officers and students of the University. Banking hours 8 to 2. Safety Vaults open from 8 a. m. to 2, and 5 to 6 p. m. tf

STUDENTS desiring board either at club or single tables should call at Mrs. Dr. Evans, 1124 Massachusetts avenue. Also rooms to let. 3 6t

MR. FRED W. WHITAKER, of Whitaker and Co., Tailors, 43 Conduit Street, London, W., has arrived at Young's Hotel, Boston, with special samples for winter. He will be there until October 12. Appointments by letter between hotel hours. Hotel hours 8 to 11 a. m., 4.30 to 7 p. m. td.

DANCING CLASSES. Mrs. L. J> Chandler's classes open as follows: North Cambridge, Odd Fellows Hall, Saturday, Oct. 5, 8 p. m.; Cambridgeport, Odd Fellows Hall, Tuesday, Oct. 8.8 p. m. Residence, corner Mass. Ave. and Inman st.

My fall and winter stock of high class novelties, gathered from the fashionable marts of Europe, are now open for inspection. Prices are the lowest consistent with quality and superior workmanship. D. Toy, tailor to the Harvard Co-operative, 71 Beascon street, Boston. 4 6t

STUDENTS wishing to have all their washing neatly attended to for the college year, called for and delivered, address, Mrs. Anderson, 73 Murray street.

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A GENERAL table can be accommodated at 104 Mt. Auburn street, in Brattle square. 6 6t

STUDENTS ONLY.- First class board, club or general table. Apply at 16 Prescott street. 8 2t

MESSRS. John H. Pray, Sons and Co., carpet dealers at 658 Washington Street, who are always abreast of the times, issue an important notice regarding free delivery, to the effect that henceforth all purchases at retail will be delivered free at residences in all cities and towns within ten miles of this city.

In a large purchase of carpets or upholstery the express charges are considerable and well worth saving.

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