Man Pardoned in Robbery
125 Years Ago
March 11, 2021
Herald of March 5, 1896
Samuel D. Brown of Woodbury, who had been convicted of a post office robbery at that place, was pardoned when it was learned that he had been the victim of an injustice and that he was an innocent man.
Henry D. Kensinger of North Woodbury Township entered the race for county commissioner on the Republican ticket.
A fire in the ice house of E.B. Deford was discovered before it had a chance to spread. Boys playing in the ice house were thought to be responsible for the fire.
The Martinsburg cornet band was reorganized and was practicing nearly every night.
The annual m...