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Friday, 3 May 1895
In Dale Borough, at the home of the bride's mother, No. 715 Pickworth street, on Tuesday evening, April 30, 1895, at 8 o'clock, by Rev. C. C. Hays, Mr. Charles A. Cable and Miss Annie E. Gohn, both of Dale Borough.
At Elton, Cambria County, at the United Brethren parsonage on Wednesday, April 24, 1895, by Rev. O. T. Stewart, Mr. Augustus W. Coleman, of Wilmore and Miss Emma L. Haws, of Hooversville.
In Johnstown, Sixteenth Ward, at St. Columba's Roman Catholic parsonage, on Broad street, on Sunday evening, April 28, 1895, by Rev. Father J. C. Farren, Mr. Cornelius Crossen of the Sixteenth Ward, and Miss Minnie Bender, of the Seventeenth Ward.
At the home of the bride's parents, near Coopersdale, on Sunday evening, April 7, 1895, by Rev. P. Berkey, Mr. B. F. Findley and Miss Harriet Wisong, both of West Taylor Township.
In South Fork, at the home of the bride, on Thursday evening, May 2, 1895, by Rev. John Garner, of the United Evangelical Church, Mr. William Mackel and Miss Mary C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chappell.
At Cumberland, Md., on Wednesday, April 17, 1895, Mr. Thomas McConiele, formerly of Osborne Place, this city, now of Lorain, O., and Miss Bessie Boor, of the Seventeenth Ward.
At the home of the bride's parents, in Paint Township, Somerset County, on Thursday morning, April 25, 1895, at 11 o'clock, by Rev. H. C. Salem, of Scalp Level, Mr. Charles Naugle and Miss Mary A. Holsopple, both of Somerset County.
In Johnstown, Sixteenth Ward, at St. Mary's German Catholic Church, on Monday morning, April 29, 1895, at 8 o'clock, by Rev. Father Bernard, Mr. John Nemeth and Miss Pauline Yehel, both of the Sixteenth Ward.
In Johnstown, Third Ward, at the Franklin-street Methodist-Episcopal Church parsonage, on Tuesday evening, April 30, 1895, by Rev. B. H. Wilburn, Mr. Thomas D. O'Neal and Miss Laura A. Jones, both of the South Side.
In Pittsburg, on Tuesday, April 30, 1895, by Rev. T. C. Davis, Mr. Moses Owens, of No. 210 Conemaugh street, and Mary A. Harris, of No. 448 Main street, Johnstown.
In Ebensburg, at the Presbyterian Church parsonage, on Tuesday morning, April 30, 1895, by Rev. E. M. Bowman, Mr. William Hugh, of Wilmore, and Miss Elizabeth L., daughter of Mr. W. H. H. Robertson, of Morrellville.
A few days ago we stated that Messrs. Charles J. Mayer and George H. Brown had purchased the old Woodvale Woolen Mill, with the machinery in it, and several lots of ground adjoining, and that they proposed starting some new branch of industry. Later intelligence leads us to state that the deal has not been consummated; that the property has not changed hands, and that there is no immediate prospect of a change,or of any industry being carried on on the grounds.
John Switzer, aged nineteen years, died at the home of his parents -- Mr. and Mrs. Gotleib Sweitzer -- near Ursina, Somerset County, Sunday morning, from the effects of injuries received the day before, while working at one of the mills of the Laurel Hill Lumber Company, six miles up Laurel Hill Creek from Ursina. A steam boiler at the mill exploded, and young Sweitzer [sic] was fatally scalded, as well as being seriously injured by flying pieces of metal and timber.
Squire George B. Gardner, of Stoyestown, disappeared from his home about three weeks ago, since which time his family have received no tidings from him. It is alleged that the 'Squire represented himself as the agent of insurance companies from whose employ he had been discharged for former shady transactions, and defrauded a number of people by collecting money from them without authority.
Chief Architect Ford is preparing plans for President Moxham's new $40,000 home. It will be one of the most elegant in finish and appointments in this part of the State.
BLOCH. -- In Johnstown, on Friday morning, May 3, 1895, Emma, wife of Charles H. Bloch, aged 31 years 1 month and 27 days.