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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Among the Books. After an Interval of thirty years Theodor Mommsen presents another instalment of his Roman history. The plan of his great work embraced eight books, fire of which have for long been before the public and sufficed to win for their author a leading position among historians. An English translation of these, in four volumes, was published by Charles Scribuer A Co., in 1870. The present volumes embrace Book VIII. aud treat of "The Provinces of the Roman Empire from Ciosar to Diocletian." The reason assigned for disregarding continuity in the resumption of the history is that the subject-matter of Books VI. and VII., viz., the struggle between the empire established by Ctesar and the Repu' lie, aud tbe final triumph of the monarchical principle, has been frequently and satisfactorily presented, while what is here furnished—the history of tlie several provinces from the time of Ctesar to Diocletian—is nowhere accessible to the reader In a comprehensive and li.telligible f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

WORCESTER MUTUAL INSUBANCE GO. THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND STRONGEST Mutual Company In the) Stale. Pays 70 per cent. Dividend on 5-Year Policies. OT. N. A H. J. STORER, Agts., 655 Main Street, Cambridgeport.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

DON'T FORGET ! TIIK OHKATEBT OP ALL $3.00 SHOE For Gentlemen's AVinr Is to be found at ROOP & BYAM'S, 557 MAIN BTREET. Also a full line of LADIES' Seamless Button Boots, Just the thing for Rnlnrft-ed Joints hii«l Tender Feet. t3T~ Keuiember tlie name and number. ROOP&BYAM, 557 Main Street, Cambridgeport. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure In the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON & CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. Ipm£6ooDs7 All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. I We, have removed to more centrally locatoil and coftiModloa* premises, 63 TEMPLE PLACE, And are now showing nnr Importation! for present nnd ensuing aenaon, whteli lneln.de nil the latest LONDON NOVELTIES. CREGSON & THOMPSON, English Tailors and importers, CBAJtBKBS 3 anii 4, 58 T...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

THE MAY CENTURY Contains one hundred illustrations, and ta tbe first number of a new volume. Among its attractions are two papers of timely importance on t PHARAOH. The first, by Edw. L. Wilton, au'hor of "A Photographer's Visit to Petra," describes the romantic discovery of tbe Egyptian royal tomb. The second, by Prof. J. A. Palne, is a careful study of the characters nt tbe Oppressor, Rameses the Great, and his daughter, the rescuer of Moses. It contains evidence that Rameses was an Assyrian, and offers strong proof that his own daughter became his queen. Both papers are profusely illustrated from Egyptian sculptures and paintings and from photographs of mummies. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A HISTORY. By his private secretaries, Nicolay and Hay, with numerous illustrations and portraits. SulMoplcs: "Civil War In Kansas," "Jefferson Davis on Rebellion," "The Formation of the Republican Party," and Lincoln's prominence therein. OTHER CONTENTS Include "Whitsun Harp, Regulator," an Illustrated s...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

fill THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as soon as published' at the Univers ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line of Standard Works In good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodicals. Plank Booki iulsige /an'ety Th* beat Stailonery at lest than Boston prices. Buy all that* goods In Cambridge, and hay* them tent to your house or room fist o =->>! and trouble Foreign Books and Peiiodicalt Supplied promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, HABVABDiOCARB, 4 CAMBBHXia

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Pencillings. Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Pencillings. Announcements. Boston MnsBUH. To<l»y—Mr. Richard Mansfield itin! tbe Boston afaaeum Company, In "A Parisian Romance"—2 and BP. M. Next weekSame bill—Etc., 8; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Boston Tiieathk. Tod*y-3 P. M.. Mm*. Adeline Patll, In ■•Trarlata;" 7.15 P. M., Henry Ch*nJrau, In "Tlie Octoroon." Nojt week—Grand revival or Gilbert and Sullivan's "H. M. 8. Pinafore"—Etc., 8; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Olobe Theatre. Today—Gilbert and Sullivan's latest opera, "Kuddygore"—2 and 8 P. M. Meat week-Sam* bill (fifth we*k)-Bve., 8; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Hiu.l.ls street Theatbe. Today—The Dalys, In "Vho»Hoi," -2 and 7.4.1 P. M. Next week—Wee's beautiful "Eraugeluie"—Eve,, 7.48; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Park Theatrk. Today—Mme. Janausrhek, as Meg Merri Iff—2 Slid 7.48 P. M. Ne»l|we«k—Mad-li.(iii--ini;iri' Theatre Company, In tlieir gr.-at New York .uccess, "Jim, ibe Penman"—Eve., T. 15; Sat. mat., 2. Ciihkkki.no Hall. Boston. Farewell ,il mo recitals by Mine. Mudeliue Scbill...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Mine. Adelina Patti-Nicolinl is in Boston. Thursday evening all of llie higher stratum of musical Intelligence and society that could get in filled the grand old auditorium of the Boston Theatre. The sun rises—it is a grand bight, yet the world does not now ask a written treatise upon iis origin or about what it can do or is doing. There is one bud in the musical galaxy—the position is fixed, the musical ear recognizes it, and no clarion newspaper note is necessary to point toward its brilliancy. Indeed, let it hold the distinction of being above the gabble of periodical pen and ink. This afternoon, Mme. Pattl Is to be seen for probably the last time hereabouts. Rossini's brilliant opera of "La Traviata" will be given, ami Mine. Pattl Is to again appear in her most famous character, that of Vloletta. This evening, at the Boston Theatre, Mr. Henry Chanfrau will present Boucicault's famous antl-liellum drama, "The Octoroon." Miss May Louise Aigcu has been especially engaged to appear'...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

For the Ladies. Cuffs and high collars of solid jets are stylish. The pompadour square neck is again the stylish mode for dressy corsages. It is a popular fancy to have a turban to wear with each summer costume. Long 'crape .scarfs trim English round hats. They are in brilliant colors as well as In black or white. Shawl overskirt drapery is again a fashionable mode. Tbe simplest forms are in the best styles this season. The tournure for the summer will be a trifle less bouffant and higher In tbe back, giving the so-called pigeon curves. The silver girdle is becoming more generally the fashion here, and in England it is quite the essential detail of the toilet. Large rosettes of Valenciennes lace a finger wide are used In trimming stylish straw hats of either black or colored braids. Woollens in white are not so stylish as In past seasons and are now worn chiefly in combination with velvet or Bengaline stripes with a vest. The lapels and cuffs are also of the colored fabric. To wear ...

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Brain Work [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Brain Work Ileqiiires for its successful and pleasurable pursuit a lull, uniform and continuous supply of pure, ricli blood to the brain. If, through the torpidity of the liver, the blood becomes foul with bile, the brain is poisoned ami OVer-Stlmillated Willi the excess of blood which tho Irritated heait sends to it with frantic Impulse!, Dizziness, heaviness, loss of memory, impossibility of application ti any kind Of work, reveal the truth. To relieve this, and preserve not only the brain but the whole system in the best working order, l>r. Pierces "(.olden Medical Discovery" will be found invaluable. Sevens Is miil.l liy all jrfOOSf*.

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Spring Tournament of the C. Y. M. G. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Spring Tournament of the C. Y. M. G. The annual spring tournament of the Catholic Young Hen's Gymnasium was held on Wednesday evening;. Th* entertainment bega i at about eight o'clock and a large number of people were present. The hall was decorated with flag* and streamers and the spoil* were accompanied by music. The programme opened with a wand drllP by all those who were to take part in the evening's sports. The first feature on the programme was the mile ruu, which was won by T. H. Slnnott, after a close contest, in 7m. 20s. The mile walk, which followed, was also very closely contested and was won by J. L. Power In 7m. 61s. In the pole-vaulting contest, J. O'Mahoney was the victor, scoring 7 ft. 6 In. Putting the shot (10 lbs.) followed, and £. Skahan was successful, being able to throw the shot 31 ft. 11 In. The exercises on the pa-allel bar, which followed, were less exciting, but tbe winner, X. Flynn, did some exceedingly meritorious work and the different performers were a...

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The End of Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

The End of Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant. Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant, the noted blgnmlßl anil conliilence man, whose matrimonial adventure* With Miss Lucy Torrey of this city ami other Women are very familiar to our readers, died about, seven o'clock Tuesday morning at the house of correction In this city, where lie has been confined the past moll til or two awaiting his trial. He was seen hy Ihe turnkey about six o'clock In ihe morning, when he complained of not feeling well-,-When some one went to call him to breaKfail about seven o'clock he was fmi d lying on his couch, dead. Medical Examiner Holt was summoned and viewed the remains. As far as Ihe examination went it revealed to him nothing suspicious. He ordered ihe body removed to Undertaker Litchfield I *, where Wednesday morning he held an autopsy. The result showed death ensued from pulmonary apoplexy. The lungs were extensively congested, black and heavy with blond, tbe right side of the heart being distended with black 'ilood, an...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

A railway train on its way to Boston arrived nt a siiliiuliaii station ami a gentleman with a travelling hag ami a silk umbrella boarded it and took a scat in the centre of the second car. lie placed his valise on tlie sent beside him, and took a Camiiridob Timii'NK from his pocket and commenced lo read. Directly opposite the gentleman sat two maiden ladies of uncertain age, who, after scanning •*•* features, and making several remarks as to bis personal appearance, in whispers, turned their attention to the valise on the seat beside him, when, horror of horrors, what should they see but a lock of hair sticking out from one end of the bag. The whispers were redoubled; one niniden lady said she knew he had just killed some one, and had the head in the ling; the other, more liberal in her views, said that although she had noticed when the gentleman came into the car he wore a very guilty expression, still she could not help thinking that he must be a physician and had a iiead with him...

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NON DUM SUBACTA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

NON DUM SUBACTA. 1 Horace, Hook 11, (Ml »'.] Abide thy time. The damsel's taste In unproductive fields now lies; , N"t jet doth she her doll despise, And nft her rotln| glance l'?e traced To stalls where streaky sweets one buys. The day nUbs, dnubtloM, when, trim-laced, She* 11 heed thy bock with flattorlng haste, Hut till that day still further nlglis A hid., thy time. Ah, spare those soft, unmanly sighs! Xii -iih-ii a child such sorrow waste! Seeing the fruit so high It placed Thy vi nn nt. effort It defies, Were not to oall It green most wise, And bide thy time? tiertrude A. flail, in Tidbits,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

You are cordially Invited to intpect the FINEST and MOST EXTENSIVE line of CHOICE FURNITURE in thit country. PAINE'S FURNITURE CO. Salesrooms at Factory. 48 CANAL ST., South CTßr,„ !M "'' e WORCESTER BROS., 23 & 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In aud Manufacture™ of FURNITURE CARPETS. We have reoelred the fall designs of Brussels, Tapestry and Wool Carpets. EASY CHAIRS, ALSO BU3S, DESKS. CHIFFONIERS, LOUNGES, PARLOR, CHAMBER AND DININO ROOM FDRUITORE, SHADES AND DRAPERIES MADK TO ORDER. UPHOLSTEfiING AND EEPAIEINS PROMPTLY DONE. A. Anderson. dealer •» ' " EV S ECMD Furniture, Oil Clorha, Curpetn, etc. Crockery, Glannwnni itml Ititi-lu'ri Furniture. Kuril.turtt lioiuiil. S<)lil aii<l Kxclmngeri. PQP MAIN STHKKT, Cum brldgeport. 0U 0 Hepalrlntt neiiily ami piomptfy uxecutud. DAVID THOMSON, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upiniltit-prlii tt ami reiipliiiUtrrlng furnlttirn. puttinir up draper j and irtudow ibftdM ( ouitlug l...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

A BPRIMER BROTHERS. ?*— Fashionable Cloaks. mm \ Choice Novelties in Ladles' Jackets, Wraps, Capes, etc., for ■fflßfo SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR, BSh m In latest shapes and newest fabrics, can now be seen at Mm SPRINGER BROTHERS' Jwk RETAIL DEPARTMENT, m m Chauncy Street, Essex Street, Harrison Avenue, Boston. LUXURIES FOR THE TABLE. DE FERRARI & LAGORIO, DEALERS IN FOREIGN _b'Jri/TJITS NATIVE THE BEST AND CHOICEST Florida Oranges, Malaga Grapes, New Strawberries, Bananas. 6 Howard Street, Boston. j-b aa *B*»TT*.T Mlllg ONLY •U.OO PER lIOZKN.-NoJ Club Picture*, but FlrstIjIAOAXII JCm Jl S3 Class Photos, nml warranted Kqual in Finish anil Artistic I.lklilmix 10 nnv 87 00 ulctures. All our former pilrons, ami as inmiy now ones as may patronize us, can depend upon perfect satisfaction and liolilo attention. Respectfully, A. M. OENDHON, 13 Tremont Kow, lioHton, next door to Massacliuseltß Hoot and Shoe Store. * QEO.F.WHITTEMORE, 1 Dentist, * * 50 Bromfleld Street, • BOSTON, * *i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

f-m. GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 1878, \Sm BAKER'S ILrJrtfast Cocoa. jffP-tlgjSag Warranted absolutely purr, < : ° ro4l > flnm wn * oh tbe MCCBB Of {milfwtu. °" h,m l " ,, ' n ni " uV,-,i - ll haß thn '' mil t ftVu '-""' iS thf Hlr ' '"-I th " f ( ' m " :L njixwl Mir ll nl\'i\ wlth Starch, -Arrowroot or Sugar, 111 I* t lllw o*"** 18 therefore far ruoru cconomilll I j I Witt ci.l, costing /*•*•» than one cent a Ihl I|A UH cup. It fr? delicious, uourinhlng, Bui J I II W ll • trt > D K tnenlu K» easily digested, and E9nl ! I It U 11|tavfluiiritl.lv adapted for invalids as eßa^U'Ml^Bwell ;if< f° r persons I" health. S3tmmli^ m ij (jrnfiTN everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass, GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Cocoa. BREAKFAST. "By f. thorough knowledge of thr natural laws which govern the operations of on and nutrition, and iiy a careful application oi Die Him properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Kpps has provided our breakfast tables w...

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

Cambridge. The bell tower at the Corlett school is being painted, Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor of Cushing street are to move to Bangor, Me. Key. E. A. Rand will preach at the Mt. Auburn Chapel tomorrow. Mr. Samuel Sawin, long employer; by George Wood, is sick with a rheumatic affection. Mi's. John Langdon Sibley moved on Thursday from Cambridge toGrolon, where she will reside. Mrs. Dr. Melnlire of Appian Way, after a winter of illness, lias been out to ride several times lately. Deacon Charles Munroe has been ill for some time and is now suffering from au injury to bis eye. Dr. Wilson of the Phillips-slreet Church, Watertown, preached at tbe Mt. Auburn Chapel last Sunday. It Is expected that the Cambridge railroad conductors and drivers will appear out in their new suits on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes of Lowell street are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, last Wednesday. Miss Bessie Kelell, who lias been spending the winter witji her aunt on Sparks street, has re...

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