Valley Spirit: September 15, 1869Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Chairman of the County Committee
(Column 03)Summary: H. M. White was selected chairman of the Franklin County Democratic Committee. The paper applauds the appointment.Register! Register!!
(Names in announcement: H. M. White)
(Column 03)Summary: The paper urges Democrats to register. Swearing that you have paid a state or county tax in the last two years will not work this year.
(Column 01)Summary: The African American community of Franklin County held a picnic in Kennedy's woods.Effort to Escape
(Column 02)Summary: G. A. Corbon and Harry Weaver made an unsuccessful attempt to escape from the county jail where they are being held on charges of horse theft and forgery. They had cut through the floor board in their cell but found the joists too tight to squeeze through.Married
(Names in announcement: G. A. Corbon, Harry Weaver)
(Column 05)Summary: Isaac McDonithen and Miss Marion E. Wollman, both of Franklin, were married at the Washington House, Hagerstown, by the Rev. J. S. Kieffer on September 5th.Married
(Names in announcement: Isaac McDonithen, Marion E. Wollman, Rev. J. S. Kieffer)
(Column 05)Summary: William Fields and E. O. Dutson, both of Franklin, were married on August 31st by the Rev. A. Tripner.Married
(Names in announcement: William Fields, E. O. Dutson, Rev. A. Tripner)
(Column 05)Summary: Thomas Monks and Miss Louisa Thompson, both of Chambersburg, were married on August 12th by the Rev. B. S. Schneck.Married
(Names in announcement: Thomas Monks, Louisa Thompson, Rev. B. S. Schneck)
(Column 05)Summary: William Divelblis of Loudon and Miss Rebecca C. Jones of Path Valley were married at the National Hotel by the Rev. B. S. Schneck on September 1st.Died
(Names in announcement: William Divelblis, Rebecca C. Jones, Rev. B. S. Schneck)
(Column 05)Summary: Elizabeth M'Cartney, wife of William M'Cartney, died near Spring Run on September 7th. She was 52 years old.Died
(Column 05)Summary: J. Chambers Flickinger, late of the firm Morrow and Flickinger, died near Fannettsburg at the home of his father, Jacob Flickinger, on September 7th. He was 29 years old.Died
(Names in announcement: J. Chambers Flickinger, Jacob Flickinger)
(Column 05)Summary: Forten W. Engernets died at the residence of his brother in Fannettsburg on September 11th. He was 80 years old.
(Names in announcement: Forten W. Engernets)