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Staunton Spectator: May , 1870

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Summary: The Collector of Internal Revenue will be in Staunton from May 23rd to May 27th to collect Federal Taxes.
State Council, Friends of Temperance
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Summary: The State Council of the Friends of Temperance met in Waynesboro. The paper prints the proceedings of their meeting.
(Names in announcement: Maj. Newton, Capt. Peck, J. S. Lipscomb, Ed Pennybacker, C. A. Bruce, Dr. J. Lewis Leitch, Bunch, Murrell, Rev. W. B. Wellons, Rev. W. W. Grew, Rev. J. T. Whitley, R. S. Morgan, M. L. Wicke, M. Lindon, J. F. Payne, H. Shumate, J. L. Lukins, Rev. T. F. Chartin, Rev. J. C. Long, Rev. L. F. Martin, Rev. Huff, W. W. Green, Bruce, Rev. W. B. Wellons, Rev. J. A. Jefferson, C. R. Ross, T. McAllister, M. F. White, Keeling, Persimer, Skeen, D. A. Long, J. T. Whitley)
Public Meeting
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Summary: The citizens of Staunton held a public meeting to express their grief for those killed and injured when the floor of the Capitol Court Room in Richmond collapsed.
(Names in announcement: N. K. Trout, A. H. H. Stuart, R. Mauzy, W. H. H. Lynn, H. W. Sheffey, Robert W. Burke, Gen. John Echols, James Bumgardner, Col. Bolivar Christian, J. C. Marquis, John B. Evans, Col. M. G. Harman, Col. George Baylor, R. G. Bickle, D. A. Kayser, E. M. Cushing, H. H. Peck, William H. H. Lynn, P. Byron Hoge, D. C. McGuffin, R. Mauzy)
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Summary: Mrs. Agnes W. Logan, wife of Robert C. Logan, died in Fishersville on April 21st. "She died as a christian."
(Names in announcement: Agnes W. Logan, Robert C. Logan)
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Summary: Frances Marion McComb died near Stuart's Draft on April 28th after a brief illness. She was 24 years old.
(Names in announcement: Frances Marion McComb)
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Summary: Henry Carrier, Jr., son of Henry Carrier of Rockingham, died at the Western Lunatic Asylum on April 7th after a "protracted illness of affection of the brain."
(Names in announcement: Henry CarrierJr., Henry Carrier)
Tribute of Respect
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Summary: A committee of Staunton Lodge No. 45, I. O. O. F., published resolutions of sympathy and respect upon the death of brother H. H. Forsythe, who was a victim of the Richmond disaster.
(Names in announcement: H. H. Forsythe, N. K. Trout, James D. Hopkins, James W. Newton, T. N. Argenbright)

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