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27 Aug 1886
PUGH-BROWN. - At the residence of Mr. Charles Owen, in Ebensburg, on Thursday, August 5, 1886, by Rev. E. W. Jones, of Johnstown, Mr. William Pugh and Miss Margaret Brown, both of Johnstown.
SCWINGHAMER-GELL. - On Friday evening, August 20, 1996, in the Seventh Ward, by Rev. R. A. Fink, D. D., Mr. Simon Schwinghamer and Miss Mena Gell, all of Johnstown.
ALLEN-YANCY. - At the M. E. parsonage in Greensburg, on Tuesday, August 24, 1886, by Rev. J. S. Bracken, John B. Allen and Flora W. Yancy, both of Johnstown.
LEAP-McMORRIS. - At Lilly's, on Tuesday morning, August 24, 1886, by Rev. Father Browne, Frank Leap and Miss Ella McMorris.
HORNICK-VOEGHTLEY. - In Conemaugh Borough, on Tuesday morning, August 24, 1886, at St. Joseph's German Catholic Church, by Rev. Father Bernard, John S. Hornick and Miss Amelia, daughter of Prof. G. Voeghtley.
SHORT-ROBINE. - At Lilly's, Cambria County, Pa., on Wednesday morning, August 25, 1886, by Rev. Father Brown, Mr. Blair Short and Miss Lizzie Robine.
BENDER-SCANTLON. - At Lilly's, Cambria County, Pa., on Wednesday morning, August 25, 1886, by Rev. Father Brown, Mr. Jacob Bender and Miss Scantlon.
HUEBNER-BEULER. - In Conemaugh Borough, on Thursday evening, August 26, 1886, at 8 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Beuler, parents of the bride, by Rev. H. Veith, Jacob Huebner and Miss Maggie Beuler, both of Conemaugh Borough.
26 Nov 1886
The building of a bridge across the Pennsylvania Railroad at Woodvale will have the effect of building up the vacant places on north side of the road. Already several new houses have been built on the hillside and others are in contemplation. The location is a commending one. Hitherto the north side has not been so desirable a location for residences, owing to the danger encountered in crossing the railroad. The bridge is not making much headway at present, but will be completed in a few months.
Otto Malanda, of Grubbtown, was before Justice Bland, of Millville, last evening on a charge of assault and battery, preferred by Edward S. Stark, of Rosedale. The trouble occurred at Mrs. Baker's saloon, in Minersville. Malanda was committed to lock-up by the Justice, but at a late hour last night the case was settled and the prisoner was released. Wednesday Malanda made information against Stark for assault and battery. A warrant was issued and placed in the hands of Officer Goggin.
Last Thursday Mrs. Susan Baab, who is now seventy-seven years of age, and who makes her home with her son Henry, in the First Ward, while passing along Franklin street, near the store of Mr. W. A. Kramer, noticed a small, bright object lying on the street in front of her. She picked it up and it proved to be a gold dollar. This incident is mentioned as indicating remarkable sharpness of vision in one so old.
Mr. G. W. Moses, at his "largest grocery house in Cambria County," next door to the post office, Johnstown, Pa., has inaugurated another "fall and winter campaign" against high prices. He announces his platform in an advertisement elsewhere printed. Mr. Moses has a very large trade, which he holds by strict attention to the wants of his patrons and by liberal dealing.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potts, of the Second Ward, Johnstown, celebrated the twenty-third anniversary of their wedding Tuesday night. At the same time their daughter Mabel was married to Mr. A. R. Bartley. The Mineral City Band tendered them a serenade, after which the bride and groom departed East on the 11:28 train. Mr. Bartley lives in Altoona.
WARFEL-GOCHNOUR. - On Monday, November 8, 1886, Mr. Robert A. Warfel and Miss Mary J. Gochnour, daughter of Silas Gochnour, both of East Conemaugh, by the Rev. James Mor__tt, at the Presbyterian parsonage in Cumberland, Md.
ADAMS-FLECK. - In Johnstown, on Thursday evening, November 18, 1886, at the office of the officiating magistrate, by J. H. Fisher, Esq., Thomas Adams and Miss Jessie May Fleck, both of Conemaugh Borough.
BARTLEY-POTTS. - On Tuesday evening, November 23, 1886, at the residence of the bride's parents, in the Second Ward, by Rev. R. A. Fink, D. D., Mr. Adam Russel Bartley, of Altoona, and Miss Mabel Ophelia Potts, of Johnstown.
COFFIN-COVODE. - At the residence of the bride's parents, at Jenner X Roads, Somerset County, on Thursday, November 25, 1886, by Rev. J. Trexlee, of Stoyestown, Mr. Edward P. Coffin, of Ligonier, and Miss Bertha K. Covode, of Jenner X Roads.
REINEMAN-LEOPOLD. - In Philadelphia, Pa., on Thursday evening, Nov. 25, 1886, by Rabbi Yastro, Mr. Sol. Reineman, of Johnstown, and Miss Minnie Leopold.