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Lebanon Advertiser, December 30, 1857

December 30, 1857  Greensburg, in this State, according to the Democrat, much be a very queer place.  The coroner holds an inquest, and the doctors make post-mortem examinations, merely on…

Lebanon Advertiser, December 23, 1857

December 23, 1857 Married on the 17th inst., by Rev. F. W. Kremer, Mr. Cyrus Bleistone, of this borough, to Miss Rosanna Fox, of S. Lebanon township. Married on the…

Lebanon Advertiser, December 16, 1857

December 16, 1857 Lancaster – On Tuesday last, a woman named Tomlinson, was brought before Alderman Leonard, on complaint of neighbors for ill treatment of her stepchild.  The child’s appearance,…

Lebanon Advertiser, December 9, 1857

December 9, 1857 The Connellsville (Pa.) Enterprise gives us the following.  A blind family, consisting of four persons, John, Catharine, Bartholomew, and Samuel Hostetler, were born in German township in…

Lebanon Advertiser, December 2, 1857

December 2, 1857 Shocking Railroad Accident – On the 18th ult., a shocking accident occurred on the R. R. at Pottsville.  A married woman, named McGlency, while walking on the…

Lebanon Advertiser, November 25, 1857

November 25, 1857 FAST WORK – A Mr. Miller, one day last week, for a wager, undertook to husk 35 barrels of corn, from sun-rise to sun-set, which he more…

Lebanon Advertiser, November 18, 1857

November 18, 1857 WOMAN STARVED TO DEATH IN PROVIDENCE.  – Among the deaths in this city last week, was that of a female in the Sixth Ward, about forty years…

Lebanon Advertiser, November 11, 1857

November 11, 1857 We learn from the Carbondale Advance that Mr. Quackenbush, and the widow of the late J. Aitken, have each brought a suit against the township of Providence,…

Lebanon Advertiser, November 4, 1857

November 4, 1857 Man Drowned. – Suspicious. – A man named Hugh McCune, the keeper of a boarding house on the line of the Lebanon Valley Railroad, was drowned in…

Lebanon Advertiser, October 28, 1857

October 28, 1857 Mr. Christian Lapp, of Lancaster Co., lost a stallion valued at $1,200 on Friday night.  His death was the result of overfeeding.  He was on exhibition at…