Valley Spirit: February 2, 1870Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
(Column 01)Summary: The United Brethren Conference appointed the Rev. J. M. Bishop to the Shippensburg Station. "We can commend him to the people in his new field of labor, as a worthy gentleman and an able minister."Sentenced
(Names in announcement: Rev. J. M. Bishop)
(Column 01)Summary: Charles Myers and Calvin Plowden were sentenced to 18 months in the Eastern Penitentiary and 3 months in the county jail respectively.Franklin County Horticultural Society
(Names in announcement: Charles Myers, Calvin Plowden)
(Column 01)Summary: The society will meet on February 1st.Removal of Prisoners
(Column 01)Summary: Sheriff Josiah W. Fletcher, County Commissioners E. K. Lehman, Jonas C. Palmer, and William Shinefield, and Clerk George Foreman escorted three prisoners sentenced during the present court term to Philadelphia.[No Title]
(Names in announcement: Josiah W. Fletcher, E. K. Lehman, Jonas C. Palmer, William Shinefield, George Foreman)
(Column 01)Summary: The Church of God Bethel will hold services every evening this week. Lectures on church doctrine will be held each day. "All christians and the public generally are cordially invited to attend."Swedenborgianism
(Column 01)Summary: The Rev. N. C. Burnham delivered lectures on Swedenborgianism to large audiences. "He announced that no such persons as Cain and Abel ever lived, and followed up that assertion by ridiculing the Bible statement as to Noah's Ark."Episcopal Church
(Names in announcement: Rev. N. C. Burnham)
(Column 01)Summary: The Episcopal Church now worship in the lower hall of the Masonic Building. The Rev. Mr. Hawkins will preach on the religious system of Emanuel Swedenborg and compare its doctrines with the Bible.Destiny of the Wicked
(Names in announcement: Rev. Hawkins)
(Column 01)Summary: The Rev. J. S. Schaff lectured in the Court House on Monday to a packed house. He and the Rev. J. P. Bishop withdrew from the United Brethren Conference for their views on the destiny of the wicked. They explained that they believe that "the righteous only are immortal, whilst the wicked are annihilated at death." "Betwixt Swedenborgianism and this doctrine our community seems to have been kept in a fever of religious excitement during the last ten days."Court Proceedings
(Names in announcement: Rev. J. S. Schaff, Rev. J. P. Bishop)
(Column 02)Summary: Gives summaries of cases before the county court and their verdicts.
(Names in announcement: Joseph Groff, Judge King, Martin Inly, Elizabeth Inly, John W. Barr, Christiana Barr, David Greenawalt, James King, W. W. Walker, Elizabeth Breckenridge, Curtis McNeal, J. F. Smith, Emma Smith, Urriah P. Smith, Henry Startzman, John Kauffman, Judge Rowe, Jacob B. Cook, Jesse Kean, Charles W. Lego)Full Text of Article:The Virginia Paper Mills
Second week continued, His Honor, Judge King, on the Bench. Joseph Groff vs. Martin Inly's Adm'x. and Elizabeth Inly. Replevin for live stock and farming implements. Verdict for Plff., the Court reserving the point of law involved in the case.
John W. Barr and Christiana, his wife, in right of said Christiana vs. David Greenawalt. Action of Deft. on a promissory note. After a trial of two days, Judgment confessed for $2600.
The Chambersburg Building and Manufacturing Association vs. James King. Summons case in Assumpsit. Verdict for Plff. $82.48.
Daniel Light vs. W. W. Walker. Summons case in Assumpsit. Case settled and Deft. to pay the costs.
Elizabeth Breckenridge vs. Curtis McNeal. Ejectment. Verdict for Plaintiff.
J. F. Smith, use of Emma Smith vs. Austin, Elder & Fletcher. Summons, in Assumpsit. Verdict for $1000. Motion for a new trial filed and argument on the motion continued to next term.
Urriah P. Smith vs. Henry Startzman. Appeal from the judgment of John Kauffman Esq. Settled.
Third week, His Honor, Judge Rowe presiding. Jacob B. Cook vs. Jesse Kean (Sr.) Appeal from the judgment of Chas. W. Lego Esq., for $28.78.
(Column 02)Summary: J. Allison Eyster has been exhibiting in Virginia evidence of Pennsylvania enterprise. He has erected a large paper mill at Halltown replete with cutting edge machines for making paper.Married
(Names in announcement: J. Allison Eyster)
(Column 04)Summary: Henry Yessler of Maryland and Miss Mary F. Brumbaugh of State Line, Pa., were married in Middleburg on January 20th by the Rev. I. K. Statten.Married
(Names in announcement: Henry Yessler, Mary F. Brumbaugh, Rev. I. K. Statten)
(Column 04)Summary: Harry Sleichter of Scotland and Miss Catharine Wenger of Chambersburg were married at the bride's residence on January 18th by the Rev. J. T. Shaffer.Married
(Names in announcement: Harry Sleichter, Catharine Wenger, Rev. J. T. Shaffer)
(Column 04)Summary: Samuel S. Garves of Shippensburg and Miss Jennie Shearer, daughter of Elias Shearer of Spring Run, were married on January 27th by the Rev. William A. West.Married
(Names in announcement: Samuel S. Garves, Jennie Shearer, Elias Shearer, Rev. William A. West)
(Column 04)Summary: John D. Crouse and Eliza M. Wilson, daughter of Matthew Wilson of Spring Run, were married on January 27th by the Rev. William A. West.Died
(Names in announcement: John D. Crouse, Eliza M. Wilson, Matthew Wilson, Rev. William A. West)
(Column 04)Summary: Mrs. Tomason Henderson died near Fayetteville on January 28th. She was 85 years old.Died
(Names in announcement: Tomason Henderson)
(Column 04)Summary: Mrs. Rebecca Crouse, wife of Benjamin Crouse, died near Dry Run on January 19th. She was 42 years old.Died
(Names in announcement: Rebecca Crouse, Benjamin Crouse)
(Column 04)Summary: Alice C. Breckenridge, daughter of Samuel and Mary Ann Breckenridge, died near Fayetteville on January 22nd. She was 15 years old. A poem of mourning accompanies the announcement.
(Names in announcement: Alice C. Breckenridge, Mary Ann Breckenridge, Samuel Breckenridge)