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18 Mar 1887
Spring millinery and other spring goods are arriving at the Bee-Hive. See card.
The scarlet fever, which has been prevailing considerably in Ebensburg all winter, is said to be abating.
On Monday next the Court will sit at Ebensburg for the purpose of considering applications for liquor license.
Prince Gallitzin figures in our report of real-estate transfers. These deeds are been a long time getting on the record.
The inquest on the body of the infant found on the Pennsylvania Railroad a few days ago, above East Conemaugh, was to be resumed to-day.
The rapidity with which reserved-seat tickets for the Clara Louise Kellogg concert are being sold indicates that the house will be packed on the occasion.
It is said twelve remonstrances against applicants for license have been filed in Ebensburg. In some of the cases testimony will be taken under a rule of court to-morrow.
The bill repealing the act attaching the farm of John St. Clair, of Rayne Township, Indiana County, to White Township, in said county, passed the House finally yesterday.
Owing to the general satisfaction the performance of the "Union Scent" gave the three past nights, it will be performed again to-morrow evening, by special request of many people.
Parties sending for these friends from the old country will be glad to learn from advertisement in another column that the steamers in the Philadelphia service of the Allan Line will in future call at Galway as well as Londonderry on the voyage from Glasgow to Philadelphia, thus saving passengers from Scotland and Ireland the inconvenience attending transfer.
Thursday, 28 Apr 1887
FENN-LIVINGSTON. -- On Wednesday evening, April 27, 1887, at the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev. R. A. Fink, D. D., Mr. George Fenn and Miss Ida M. Livingston, both of Grubbtown.
BELL-BYERS. -- At the M. E. parsonage in Bedford, Pa., on Tuesday, April 26, 1887, by Rev. J. Ellis Bell, brother of the groom, Mr. George T. Bell, of Wilkesbarre, late of Johnstown, and Miss Maggie A. Byers, of Johnstown.
24 Jun 1887
COBAUGH-ROMIG. -- On Thursday evening, June 2_, 1887, at the residence of the bride's parents; on Lincoln street, by Rev. R. A. Fink, D. D., Mr. Paul J. Cobaugh and Miss Sarah C. Romig, all of Johnstown.
6 Aug 1887
BENSON-GATES. -- At the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. David J. Beale, D.D., August 4, 1887, Mr. William H. Benson, of Cambria City, and Miss Lillie L. Gates, of Morrellville.
Situated on Branch Street, Cambria Borough, First Ward. This property is at present occupied by Edward Hayes as a Hotel. It contains Fourteen Rooms and has Good Water in the house. Possession given October 1st. Anyone wishing [blob] Property Cheap will do well to call on me for particulars.
Henry Gore.10 Sep 1887
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Contributed by Lynne Canterbury
FINDLEY-WISSINGER. -- At the residence of the bride's parents, on Thursday, September 1, 1887, by Rev. Samuel Brallier, Mr. A. M. Findley, formerly of Indiana County, and Miss Sarah Wissinger, of Vinco, Cambria County.
3 Nov 1887
HORNER-KEMERER. -- On Thursday, October 27, 1887, at the residence of the officiating minister, by Elder William Byers, Mr. Edward Horner of East Taylor Township and Miss Clara Kemerer, of West Taylor Township.
REYNOLDS-BYERS. --On Tuesday, November 1, 1887, at the residence of the officiating minister, by Elder William Byers, Mr. Elmer Reynolds and Miss Annie Byers, both of South Fork.
27 Dec 1887
YOUNG-GAHAGEN. -- At Scalp Level, on Sunday, December 25, 1887, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J. E. Lerch, Mr. Calvin Young, of Hillsboro, Pa., and Miss Ida Gahagen.