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  • Lebanon Advertiser, November 25, 1857

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…

Lebanon Advertiser, October 21, 1857

October 21, 1857 The murder of Miss Bavor, at Morhsville, while on her way to the Reading Agricultural Fair, creates considerable excitement in that section of the country.  No clue…

Lebanon Advertiser, October 14, 1857

October 14, 1857 Married on the 8th inst., by Rev. H. S. Miller, Mr. Anthony Gerhard to Miss Sarah Ellenberger, both of this Borough. Married on the 24th ult., at…

Lebanon Advertiser, October 7, 1857

October 7, 1857 Mr. John Klinger, from Juniata county, while attending court in Middlesburg, Pa., was politely informed, on Thursday last, that a neighbor of his had taken advantage of…

Lebanon Advertiser, September 30, 1857

September 30, 1857 Married on the 20th inst., by Rev. Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Michael Clark to Mrs. Mary A. Kuhns, both of N. Lebanon borough. Married on the 24th inst.,…

Lebanon Advertiser, September 23, 1857

September 23, 1857 There is a widow lady in Philadelphia who has 25 children, all living at home and none of them married. – Not much danger of her re-marrying…