Valley Virginian: July 29, 1869Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
(Column 02)Summary: The paper reprints the New York Tribune's criticism of Gen. Canby's desire to compel every Virginia State Legislature to take the iron-clad oath. "We hope nothing will be done to drive into the opposition those Virginians who have loyally accepted the new situation of affairs, and who stand ready to ratify the fifteenth amendment."
(Column 01)Summary: The paper reports that Henry Kenney, a local African American, was arrested for drunken and disorderly conduct and fined $10. He was bound over to keep the peace for a sum of $500.Sentenced
(Names in announcement: Henry Kenney)
(Column 01)Summary: Reuben Green who was arrested for killing Joseph Green at Pond Gap was found guilty and sentenced to the State Penitentiary for 31 months.[No Title]
(Names in announcement: Reuben Green, Joseph Green)
(Column 01)Summary: The paper reports that business is slow in Staunton. Many are enjoying themselves at watering places throughout the Valley.County Court
(Column 01)Summary: The town was busy last Monday for Court Day. Agricultural and farming implements covered the streets. The business portion of the town did quite well, as usual on Court Day.Marriages
(Column 02)Summary: William T. Jackson and Miss Annie Shelton, both of Augusta, were married near Summerdean on July 1st by the Rev. Mr. Lantz.Deaths
(Names in announcement: William T. Jackson, Annie Shelton, Rev. Lantz)
(Column 02)Summary: Mrs. Carry V. Coleman, wife of Thomas E. Coleman, died in Staunton on July 25th after a "brief but painful illness." She was 30 years old.Deaths
(Names in announcement: Carry V. Coleman, Thomas E. Coleman)
(Column 02)Summary: Kate H. Hanger, infant daughter of Dr. David W. and Sallie Hanger, died on July 20th. She was 4 months old.
(Names in announcement: Kate H. Hanger, Dr. David W. Hanger, Sallie Hanger)