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 […]
July 22, 2023

The Robber Gang Broken Up

Along the line of the Monocacy river, skirting the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, a gang of robbers has been operating for nearly a year. They not only stole from the company, but held up foot passengers […]
July 22, 2023

Considering A New Road

At the May term of the County Court of Jefferson county, in the matter of the petition of Charles H. Knott and others for the opening or changing a county road from Teague’s run up the […]
July 17, 2023

Marshall, hurt at Ore Bank

A young man named Marshall, from Sharpsburg, was pretty badly hurt last Monday at the Virginia ore bank, near Bakerton, this county. While he was at work getting out ore a bank of earth caved in […]
December 4, 2020

Obit, Hunter, Funk

Sudden Deaths. — Last Sunday night Miss Mary Hunter, an aged resident of Shepherdstown, was suddenly taken ill, and before a physician could arrive she had died. The deceased was a sister of Capt. J. H. […]
May 22, 2020

A Visit to Bakerton.

The editor of the REGISTER spent last Friday at the busy village of Bakerton, in this county, where the Standard Stone and Lime Company of Washington, of which the Messrs. Baker are the moving spirits, has […]
May 22, 2020

Charles Marshall, killed at ore bank.

Charles Marshall, aged 30 years, of Sharpsburg, was crushed by a large rock and almost instantly killed at the Virginia ore bank near Bakerton last Wednesday. Very little is known by his fellow-workmen as to how […]
May 22, 2020

Ore Bank Accident

The Earth Caved In On Him. A young man named Marshall, from Sharpsburg, was pretty badly hurt last Monday at the Virginia ore bank, near Bakerton, Jefferson county, W. Va. He was at work getting out […]
May 20, 2020

Shepherdstown Graded School Commencement

May 19, 2020

The Sad Drowning of Roy Staley

The Register last week gave a brief account of the drowning of Roy Landis Staley, son of Mr. James P. Staley, which occurred about noon on Thursday. The sad affair occurred after a part of ou […]
December 4, 2019

Knight Tournament

On Saturday last , it was our pleasure to be present at the Tournament at Reinhart’s School House, where a large number of persons had gathered to witness the equestrian exercises, and to take part in the […]
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 […]