March 28, 1885 Saturday Review
East Liverpool Briefs
Presbytery of Steubenville (Presbyterian) meets in this city next month.
U.P. Presbytery of Steubenville meets at Toronto Monday evening, April 20th.
The water mains of Fifth street have been lowered to a greater depth to escape the frosts of future winters.
Rev. J. N. Swan will preach Sabbath at 1:30 P.M. in the Calcutta U.P. church, in the absence of Rev. R.A. G?fillan.
Frank Crook of Calcutta has bought the interest of F.S. Albright, in the furniture business of Albright & McGraw.
Miss Eva Chamberlain, daughter of Jacob Chamberlain, died at her home near Calcutta Wednesday morning aged about twenty-four years.
Jennie. little five year old daughter of T.A. Pittenger, Chester, died Sunday night last, after a brief illness, and was buried Tuesday at Tomlinson’s run.
Rev. R.A. Gilillan, pastor of the Calcutta U.P. church has received a call to the U.P. church at Wooster, which will be acted upon at a called meeting of Presbytery April 6th.
An exciting 1-mile race occurred at the Jumbo rink Thursday evening between Wm. Mayer and Thos. Manley, for $5 and a box of cigars. Mayer was winner by a lap and a half.
John Reark, of this city, skated three miles with Harry Goshen, at Leetonia Tuesday evening, for a purse of $20 and the chanpionship of Columbiana county. Reark won by one lap.
Samuel Herron of Fallston, Pa, and a member of T.J. Hamilton Post No. 338 , Ohioville, died Tuesday, He was buried Thursday, at New Salem by Post 338, with the honors of the order.
The Bell District Lliterary Society will give an entertainment on Tuesday evening March 31st. A good programme has been prepared, and a general good time is anticipated. All are invited to attend.
James DeLaney and John Reark will skate a five mile race this (Friday) evening, and a three mile race Saturday evening, at the Jumbo rink, the stakes being $20 adn the championship of the county.
Miss Fryett has returned to this city, and will open a painting studio over the P.O. Those wishing to learn painting, crayon or drawing will do well to take instruction. Terms reasonable: call and see her work.
Attention is directed to the large new advertisement of Nice & Son in this week’s Review. Our workingmen, farmers and others will consult their interests, if they read it through carefully, and then act upon its suggestions.
The grand march by the little folks at the Fifth street rink, Wednesday evening, was a beautiful sight and was greatly admired by a large audience. The “Imitation of Colored People’s night,” Thursday evening, drew largely and was very laughable.
Mrs. Elizabeth Laughlin was born in Beaver county, Pa., Jan. 15, 1809, and died at her son-in-law’s, Mr. T. J. McMillen, March 23d., 1885. Funeral services were held by Rev. Westfall, assisted by Rev. Taggart, on the 25th after which she was buried by her husband in a cemetery in the country.