May 1, 2024

Millard, Moore Married At Halltown

Miss Mary Jessie Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boeteler Moore, was married Wednesday at Halltown to Mr. Preston R. Millard, a merchant of Bakerton, by Rev. A. C. Hopkins, of Charles Town. The couple left […]
July 28, 2023

Letters found at Brown’s Home.

Further Developments.It is stated that the Hon. Alex R. Boteler, member elect to Congress from this district, has collected from fifty to one hundred letters from citizens in that neighborhood of Brown’s house, wh[?] searched it […]
July 28, 2023

Boteler; Gun Belonging to “Old” Brown

We saw in the possession of Hon. A. R. Boteler, on Monday last, a gun belonging to “old” Brown, taken from his rendezvous on the mountain, which weighed 34 pounds and was worked by means of […]
July 24, 2023

Boteler weather theory.

Col. Boteler suggests the theory that the unusual qauntity of rain that has fallen in this section the present summer is caused by the heavy blasting– morning, noon and night– at the stone crusher at Shepherdstown. […]
July 18, 2023

Interview with Boteler; John Brown

Old John Brown. — “Gath,” in his letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer, has some interesting notes of an interview in New York with Hon. A. R. Boteler. He says: Mr. Boteler is a man rather above […]
December 4, 2020

Annals Of The War

General J. D. Imboden, Confederate General, gives a lengthy account of General David Hunter’s incendiarism, while he had command of the Federal troops in this Valley, during the late war; from which we extract the following […]
June 20, 2018

Festivities at Castle View

Castle View, the beautiful home of Mr. John G. Flanagan on the banks of the Potomac, about four miles below Shepherdstown, was the scene on Saturday night last, February 2nd, of such festivities as are seldom […]