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Wedding Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Wedding Reception. The engagement is announced of Miss Hattie Florence, daughter of Jcshua X Fahyan, and Mr. Lewis li Chandler, proprietor of the Dana Hill Market. A wedding itception of the lncndsof the comi acting pai ties will be held at the residence of Mr. Fabvan.'Jj. lumat: street, Tuesday evening, Febiuarv 1-t. Tbe marriage ceremony will take place at 710 o'clock. Miss Fahyan has been for some years ter**chcr in the Allston Grammar School and has a wide circle of friends and acqaiintances who will rejoice to learn of her contemplated marriage.

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Mr. And Mrs. Lynes' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Mr. And Mrs. Lynes' Concert. The conceit given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lvne-, at the new Odd Fellows* Hall on Thursday evening, was in all respects a delightful entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Lyncs were assisted by Miss Marion Osgood, one of the best performers ou the violin wa have ever listeued to in Cambridge, ai d by the Ariel Ladiei Quartette, a singularly sweet and melodious combination of female voices. Cambridge audiences have become familiar with Mr. Lyrics as a musician, and have already accorded him a high position among our best performers on the piano-1 or tc; his numbers at this concert were all admirably rendered—wiih equal taMe and skill. Mrs. Lynes'vocal selections were given with ranch swcetnc--s l although, after the Spring Song—sung with violin obligato— the vocalist seemed troubled with a slight hoarseness. The concert was, as we have said, a very successful and pleasant occasion, and we hope for other opportunities of hearing the same performers, in combination.

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A Fatal Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

A Fatal Fall. Mr. Martin Whitney, for many years a well known baker, met with almost iustant death Thursday afternoon, hy falling from the ro#f of his block No. 4 Ksscx street. Mr. Whitney we. t upon the roof to remove the ice from the gutter, and either slipped or lo.it his balance, faliiog to the sidewalk and breaking his neck and receiving other injuries. In his descent he came.quite near falling upon Mrs. Shaffer who was passing, lie was about 7-3 years of age.

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Young People's Course. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Young People's Course. The young people connected with the Prospect Street Church, have arranged to give a course of instructive lectures and a vocal and iostuftmental concert in the church, during the month of February. The talent engaged Is wholly local as may been seen by consulting advertisement in another column.

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Lecture on Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Lecture on Electricity. Prof. George H. Ilartwell will give a lecture on electricity in Union Hall, Tuesday evening, February 1. The lecture will be ioiei>pci.ed with pleasing experiments and wiih] stereopiicon views. Mr. Ilartwell has the reputation of thoroughly understanding his subject, and will present it from a scientific standpoint. Herniate your appointments and do cot fail lo include this lecture in the list. See advertisement.

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Evening. Jan. 19. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Evening. Jan. 19. 1887. The regular meeting of tbe Board was beld this evening. Mayor Russell in the chair. PBTITIONS PREBINTED AND REFERRED. The request of Samuel Busnach for appointment as a policeman without pay was referred to tbe Mayor, who nominated the petitioner and he was confirmed. The request of John DixweU, M. D , that some compensation may be given a RussUo woman named Pobatski, who fell on the ice at the corner of Fourth and Cambridge streets and injured herself, was referred to the committee on claims The request to have curbstones and brick sidewalks in Washington avenue, was referred to the standing committee on roads and bridges. The petition of Gooch <fc Pray, contractors for the erection of a new building ou Cambridge street, for action to prevent the Cambridge Railroad Company from throwing snow upon a temporary footway placed by them for the convenience of the public, was referred to the stand...

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. Children Starving to Death [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. Children Starving to Death —Somehing new io prayer books ire those with a pocket in tbe cover for contribution money. —President Eliot gave a dinner psrty to a number of friends on Thursday evening of last week at his residence. —Colonel Higgiosoo presided at the meeting of the "Round Table Club,'* Thursday evening of last week. —Mrs. Ole Bull of "Elmwood" was in New York last week, visiting her friend Mrs. Dr. C. S. Longstreet. —Professor G. H. Whittemore made an address at tbe temperance meeting in G. A. R. Hall, last Sunday. —Everyone who hid any kind of a sleigh was out last Sunday afternoon. The roads were in splendid condition. —Colonel T. W. Higginson is to wiite a series of articles for tbe New York Independent, on "Literary Tendencies. —Mr. Samuel <\. Eliot, oldest son of President Eliot, who is a student at the Harvard Divinity, School, has gone to Bermuda for the benefit of his health. —S. W. Joel, president; S. Isaacs, treasurer; Alexander Barne...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. —Dr. tossm A. Latimer aad hi. wife, who were — Tely 1-j.red by a railroad accident some week* sac-, are recovering rapidly and will ■tartly ba aboet again. —Mr. George W. Batten, a well known provision oOmmT of thi. Ward. i. confined to hi. house by riekn_ss which came upon him .uddenlv last Batarday. Mr. Batten if a member of the Local Branch of the Iroa Hall, No. 881. —Dr. George A. Coburn was elected treasurer a. Local Branch Order of the Iron Hall, No. 381, laat Tneeday evening. Oa this occasion two memben were initiated. Thi. branch has a bright {■tare before it. —Mr. George G. Towne, the proprietor of the well known crockery and lamp .tore at No* 179 Cambridge .treat, waa taken quite suddenly ill daring the early part of tbe week,,but is now able to ait up. —Those who enjoy dancing aad delight in good music should attend the Thorndike course of "locial.," the first one of which occurs next Tneeday evening. Tbe music will be furnished by Maner'a Orchestra. Ticke...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. —Mr. C. F. Sanger will occupy bis new Douse on Lancaster street about February Ist. —North Avenue will probably be lighted by electricity this evening. —The employes of Frank .vers & Sou enjoyed a sleigh ride Wednesday e.eniog. —At tbe North Avenue Universalist praise meeting last Sunday evening, Rev. F. A. Gray of Arlington preached. —A corn supper was given by tbe Young Ladies' Mission Circle in the vestry of tbe North Avenue Congregational Cbnrch ou Wednesday evening. Duriog the evening a pleasant entertainment was presented. — Mr. Robert Henderson', double seateJ _!ei__h, drawn by bi« span of grays, is seen qnitc frequently on tbe avenue. —There is considerable building going on iv Cogswell and Crescent avenues, notwithstanding tbe weather. Tbe structures arc roofed in sod the work is being carried on inside. —Messrs. B. F. Biidilen, George Arnold and \V. T. llrysnt ol this Ward altemlcd Ihe seventh annual reunion of tbe Cb.rle.lown Training Field Sc...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Our readers should not fail to attend the lecture of Surgeon General Holt at Uuioa Hall next Tuesday evening, the concluding entertainment in the Dowse Course. The public will be admitted free" at 7-45 o'clock. —The sleigh ride of the city government of 1886 came off Thursday afternoon, the participants in it leaving the City Hall at 4 o'clock, in three sleigh barges. After a pleasant drive tbe company was landed at tbe Wood.awn Hotel, Auburndale, where a first class dinner was partaken of. Tbe excursionist* returned borne at an early hour yesterday morning. — Ma. Stephen F. Gates, a well known mechanical engineer, and a writer of prominence, whose effusions have oiten appeared in tbe Press, died at his residence, No 49 River street, last Monday, after ■- -*_> d.v's illness of apoplexy. Ha was a native of Stow, and was 65 years of age. —A good cigar or a choice band of tobacco are articles that a person will go quite a distance lo obtain. However, ther...

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SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Thursday, January 20, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Thursday, January 20, 1887. Monthly meeting: Preen-, Mrs. Kendall, Messrs. Barnes, <Jon.au, Finnigan, Hildietb, Hunt, Morse, Orcutt, Paine, Starr, Tilton. In the absence of the Mayor, Judge Orcutt was chosen Chairman pro tempore. Tbe record ol the last meeting was approved. A letter was read lrom Miss Sarah S» Jacobs, resigning her office as member of the School Committee from Ward Four. Th« letter «M laid npon tbe table, and a committee consisting of Dr. Hildreth, Mr-. K-ndal! and Mi. Morse, was instructed to cooler with Miss Jacob*, aud to request her to withdraw her mfc.nation. Gertrude A. Lnog wan nominated a." assistant in tbe Webster Grammar School, horn Jan. Ur, io place of Mi-try J. Folsom, re_.ii.nid, »t a s-ilarv of 9400; Emma J. Ross, as teacher in ttie Gore Primary, from Jan. Ist, in place of Frances Ifawkes, resigned, at a salary ot $400 Kcferred to Committee on Examination of Teachers The resignation of Annie M. Tendler as teacher of the Bo...

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Death of an Actor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Death of an Actor. Mr. Geo. C. Howard, for many years a resident of this city, died on Tuesday at his residence, No. 828 Main street. Mr. Howard was born in Halifax. X. S.. iv 1320, and made his debut in 1533 at Ibe Chestnut Street Tneatre in Puila>i<-iL!-i*. In IS4-; he played an engagement in the Bowery Theatre, New York. Hi- wife, Caiolme Fox, sister of Hoo. Jaiuc-t A. Fox, a native of Boston, woo considerable reputation in juvenile parts throughout New England, and their daughter. Little Cordelia Howard, was for yIM famous iv the part of Eva in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Her wonderful precocity induced her father to have Mrs S'owe's story dramatized, and the play was produced, with Cordelia as Evs, in Troy, N. V., in September, 13-52, aud ran 100 nights. It was successful in Albany, an I in the National Theatre, New York city, where 325 perfoimance* were given. The Howards visited England iv 18J6, aud were cordially received Mr. Howard was a frequent contributor ...

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The Art Circle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

The Art Circle. The Circle met ud Monday evening al ttie res.- : (••Dee o( Mr. (J . Meud-_.ll Taylor, 49 LftDifdoc.it.. j OwtDjt to the very stormy evcniu<j lower tbau ' usual were present, bu. those who were weie richly tepa.d. It muMcal evening it was id charge of Mr. E. L- tiurney chairman of that department, wliu presented an.l n-*d an essay oo tbe [ "Hi-torr of the piano forte," with and , iilusti atioas showing the steps hy which the instrument has tH.*en brought to its present pei fectioo. Thi., iotei spewed with notice-, oi tlie ditlerelit pctiods of musical composition aud composers accompanied by the performance of some of their wuiks, KftTe a delightful aud evening's enteriftinment. The rendering of both vocal and iR-t; umental ran sic was excellent aod art-sli", especially tin- tif-it and -ec-tud dMnc period** heard 1:1 the "Suite" of Handel and ''-Sonata _.'alh*.tique" of Beethoven, showing such rati iuteili<cnce of tbe composer* thought, luch vigo...

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Insure Your Boilers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Insure Your Boilers. Tlie recent boiler Btploatoa in Souk iville, by wbi'*b much taluabla property mi daatrovad should adai'ici-di MNMn of hoi.-L.i--i to have the in insured. Tbe American B-M-l Hoiler Insurance Co. of New York, take** risk.**, on ihn kind of property through it agent, J.St. Clair Whittemore, general insurance agent, No. Gl3 Main street. See advert ..-em'.nt.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

—A temperance la*) ture .lliistiated by oiitneious chart", showing tbe effecti ol intemperance on Ibe human lystcni, will he delivered by Mr. F. C. Croy, on Tuesday evening next, at 74-3 o'clock, nt iho Broadway Baptwl CMfCk Mr. Cioy i« an interesting spcakei aod well Uowd to tui.y ul our citizeuH _H a very earnest worker in tbe Temperance came. Seals hoe. All are invited. —Th.re will be a meeting of Ibe Cambridgeport W.C- T. I', in the parlor of tbe Y. M. C. A. building, on Thursday next, at .'1 o'clock P. M,

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Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. Tbe song service in Temple Hall on Sunday evening was led iv a spirited manner by vicePresident James Stewart, and the piano was ably presided over hy Mr. F. E. Mason. The President, Mr. James Hicks, commenced Ibe meeting at 7 40. calling on Mr. Deer of Pilgrim Church to conduct the devotional exercises. Mr. CbailesS. Li i. coin made the openiDg -wddres-s, which was full of encouragement to those who were endeavoring to keep their pledge of total abstinence - and a loud call to those who were treading the downward path through the use of th« intoxicating cup to come and sum the pledge. Moses Brings, Esq , of Melrose, was the principal speaker of the evening. He made nue of his powerful appeals to young men present to start out well io life, citing ca-es in bis own iccollection of young men who through much hard struggles bad made for themselves name md fame, and died leaving l to posterity not only tbe example of well spent lives, but large f...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

— The promotion of Mr. Edward M. Manning ii om the position of Page of the Common Council to the more responsible office of Clerk of that body was a deserved recognition of young blood- Mr. Manning is possessed of marked clerical abilities which will be of great use to him in the new situation.

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