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Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – October through December

October 4, 1860 A sad accident occurred in the vicinity of Easton, in this State, on the 25th ult., by which a Mr. Leastner, a farmer, and his two sons…

Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – August through September

August 2, 1860 Fatal Mistake. – Mrs. Myers, wife of Mr. John Myers, of Rayne township, Indiana country, who had been for some time in delicate health, used as a…

Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – June through July

June 7, 1860 Finally Committed. Hamilton and Helfright, whom we noticed last week, as having been arrested on the charge of being the persons who broke into the store of…

Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – April through May

April 5, 1860 Walter C. Roe, junior partner of the firm of D. R. Miller & Co., proprietors of the Logan House, in this place, died at 8 ‘clock on…

Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – January 26 through March

January 26, 1860 The Harrisburg Telegraph says a child of Mr. Cowden, of that place, aged about four years, died on Sunday last, from that terrible disease, hydrophobia. On Wednesday…

Altoona Tribune – 1860 Editions – through January 12

Altoona Tribune 1860 Altoona, Pa January 5, 1860 The Fayette Railroad was opened to Uniontown, on Monday last. The Methodist congregation of Johnstown has added a fine toned organ to…