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May 2, 2024

Marriage: Ray Miller wed to Lowell H. Hetzel

The Mount Vernon Place M. E. Church South was the scene of a very pretty wedding last evening when Miss Ray Miller, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David N. Miller of Alta Vista, Md., was […]
December 21, 2023

Obituary: Robert William Ingram

Robert William Ingram died at his home in Martinsburg, W. Va., Thursday night after a long illness at the age of 64. He was born in Jefferson County, W. Va., the son of the late Charles […]
December 3, 2023

An Honorable Roll (Company F, First VA Cavalry)

An Honorable Roll. Robert L. Billmyer, of this vicinity, has handed us the following list of the surviving members of Company F, First Virginia Cavalry, commanded by the late Captain M. J. Billmyer, and we print […]
November 6, 2023

Hotel Arrivals – Entler Hotel & Virginia Hotel

HOTEL ARRIVALS.ENTLER HOTEL — Major Henry Hagan, Proprietor. D. S. Eichelberger, Jr., Geo. Stanley, Martinsburg; R. W. Grove, Noah Myers, Dr. Russell, C. G. Biggs, W. W. Cronise, Sharpsburg; W. C. Hayes, W. H. Kleinsmith, Baltimore; […]
October 5, 2023

Shenandoah Valley Railroad Position Changes

Mr. Nelson Wilson, who for several years has been section boss on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad, with headquarters at Charlestown, has been changed over to Shepherdstown to take Mr. Pat Murray’s place, who has been transferred […]
August 18, 2023

Marriage License Issued: Kaldenback, Homer.

Marriage Licenses. Floyd C. Payne and Minnie C. Gaynor. John H. Hankins and Ellen R. Robinson.James L. Talbert and Grace Johnson.Arthur W. Cunitz and Marie J. Courreges.Murvin P. Counselman, of Bethesda, Md., and Catherine Mulkerne.Benjamin W. […]
August 18, 2023

Kaldenback, Circuit Court No. 1.

Circuit Court No. 1. Joseph H. Hinwood, Nichols ave.; Charles Schaffer, 1417 N. J. ave.; Frederic C. Johnson, 2927 M st.; John B. Lord, Bunker Hill road; William Carney, 923 G st. s.w.; John B. Stubbs, […]
August 18, 2023

C. E. Kaldenback Land Purchase

REAL ESTATE.The Official Transfers, as Recorded To-day. Messrs. Danenhower & Son, real-estate brokers, 1226 F street northwest, report the following transfers in real estate in the District to-day, as compiled by them from the official records […]
August 17, 2023

Grand Jury

GRAND JURY RETURNS MANY INDICTMENTSIgnores Charge of Violating Policy Law Against Johnson. The grand jury for the January term in its final presentment reported indictments against the following persons for offenses mentioned: Charles R. Erdman, violation […]
August 7, 2023

Spirit of Jefferson Deaths, July 1885

DIED. At the residence of her half-brother, Mr. John H. Allstadt, in this county, on Wednesday, July 15th, 1885, Miss HANNAH HALL, at an advanced age. She had been a consistent member of the Methodist Church […]
July 22, 2023

The Canal Will Be Restored.

In the Circuit Court at Hagerstown last Friday the trustees of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal bond-holders of 1844, Bradley S. Johnson, Joseph Bryan, Henry H. Keedy, Hugh L. Bond, Jr., and John K. Cowen, filed […]
July 22, 2023

Hog Statistics; Hog Committee

The heaviest weight reported by the hog committee from Shepherdstown was the porker killed last week by Mr. Jep Wintermoyer, which weighed 415 pounds net. Mr. J. J. W. Johnson’s two big hogs betrayed the confidence […]
December 10, 2020

To Save The Canal

Pursuant to the call issued by the committee of citizens of Williamsport appointed for the purpose some time ago, a convention to take action with reference to the preservation of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal as […]
December 4, 2020

Shepherdstown: List of Letters

LIST OF LETTERSRemaining in the post office at Shepherdstown, for the quarter ending July 1, 1857: John Andrews, Wm. Brashears, Rolen Bowers, Valentine Bearmam, Martin Chiller, Edward Connor, Anthony Carnine — 3, Esekeit T. Chambers, George […]
May 23, 2020

Harrott, Strother Convicted.

James Colston was found guilty of a misdemeanor, and was fined $50. Curtis Harrott, the young negro found guilty last week of concealing a quantity of brass and copper stolen from the Washington Building Lime Company […]
May 22, 2020

J. L. Johnson, fatal injuries at ore bank.

John L. Johnson, a veteran of the civil war, having served in the Potomac Home Brigade, sustained fatal injuries by a bank caving on him at the West Virginia ore bank, three miles west of Harper’s […]
May 22, 2020

Shenandoah Junction’s Boom.

The boom at Shenandoah Junction, or, as it is to be known in the future, Antietam City, is a go. A representative of the REGISTER visited that place on Tuesday, and from Col. Chas. T. Hood, […]
May 22, 2020

Countian Is Fatally Hurt, Bakerton

COUNTIAN IS FATALLY HURT.Theodore P. Griffin, 28, Killed IN Blast At Lime Plant. Theodore P. Griffin, 28, of Samples Manor, was instantly killed and Daniel Myers and William Johnson, both of Dargan, and Charles Farley of […]