Ledger, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Warren, Pennsylvania VOLUME 41. WARREX APRIL 18, 1890. NUMBER 36 COUNTY CONVENTION THE DEMOCRATIC CONTENTION TO BE HELD HAT 20. offices of 1 4 4 5 Cherry 2 2 2 2 2 8 3 5 4 3 5 Primaries Held Saturday May List of Towns and dumber ot Delegates from AT a meeting of the democratic county committee held in the Warren club room last Saturday it was resolved that the county convention be held at the court house May 20. The following call has been issued by the chairman The democrats of Warren county will meet in convention at the court on Tuesday May 20, 1890, at o'clock p. for the purpose of candidates for the President Associate Member of Register and District Two for County Two for Jury Three delegates to the Congressional Three delegates to the Senatorial Con- Two delegates to State Member of State Chairman of County Chairman of Vigilance Committee of each In accordance with the rules ot the democratic party of Warren the democratic citizens of the several ships and precincts will meet in caucus on May at such place and hour as may be designated by the vigilance and elect delegates to the ty The various towns and precincts are entitled to gates as Pine 4 3 4 Sugar 4 Spring 4 4 8 3 2 Columbus 3 2 4 10 4 W. D. W. G. It is the duty of the vigilance tees published below to see that ments are made and caucus notices are posted in due season for the holding of caucuses in each town for the election of The convention will also adopt some practical measure for the thorough organization of the party in every town and take action upon various other matters to come before the Following is the vigilance committee ot each the chairmen of which con- the county D. G. P. Darius H. Perry Patch John Corydon W. Williams O. C. A. Henry Fred Oliver Fred J. Christian Columbus R. Charles E. H. P. Columbus Thomas James Nelson Leon Cherry Grove C. W. C. Deerfield B. A. Amos John Eldred Samuel W. D. Pierce J. P. Mericle Elk S. Robert Frank Jerome J. A. S. Freehold V. Edward Will J. R. C. Sell John Farmington Benjamin John S. A. Frank Glade A. P. John J. Henry Ward C. Fred D. C. mund Wesley C. W. John Albert E. Fred Henry D. Randall Henry C. T. G. A. J. SI J. T. F. Charles Limestone P. J. H. Me Jacob Mead i John Z. Aron C. J. IT. Philip Pine Grove H. Will Daniel ander James George Bauer Levi Pittsfield A. I. A. O. O. W. D. West precinct D. P. Frank Pleasant J. P. John J. South J. E Robert J J. Ellis Joseph Jack o Sugar Donald J. P. Joseph J. Reuben J. Spring Fitch G. D. F. E. Fred Triumph D. A. C. W. A. Alex J. R. James Watson township W. S Frank Frank John North Clarendon John John R. I. James A. H. Tidioute N. C. M. Thomas Andrew C. G. Frank John R Harry J. Youngsville D. Whitney E. C. John A. C. R. C. W. J. 2d, John Bear Lake W. H. T. F. Warren L. R. H. S. E. E. Amann P. F. E. John J. T. P. J. Mike A. S. West Alex H. John Ed. T. B. R. P. S. Mike Andrew Michael SAMUEL J. SCHOOL MATTERS RESIGNATION OF PROF. MILLER AND Now For We have ready for sale an entirely new line of spring We have succeeded in making a selection that we are proud of and one that we are confident will please all who favor us with an Our stock is large and ranges from medium to the very finest Our business is large which enables us to sell at a very small We must sell our entire line and to do this we must sell Not cheap but clothing We will sell you a suit worth 00 for 00. 00 00. 55.00. 00 00. 00 00. 00 Our whole stock in the same We will positively give you one hundred cents worth of goods for every dollar left with us If we were to tell you we would sell five dollars worth of goods for four we would be trying to deceive we might as well say we are selling silver dollars for eighty What we promise is to sell goods at their WOODARD hatters and gents opposite Warren savings bank building Warren Pa. To the School Directors of Warren Co. In pursuance of the third section of the act of May 8, 1854, you are hereby notified to meet in at the court house in on the first Tuesday m A. D. 1890, at 2 o'clock p. being the sixth day of the and select viva by a majority of the number of directors one person of literary and scientific and of skill and experience in the art of as county for the three succeeding and certify the result to the state at Harrisburg as required by the thirty-ninth and fortieth sections of said act. H. M. County superintendent of Warren 35-4t April P. Greenland makes a remarkable offer in another Read it. 28-tf Tlie Veteran democratic Lead er Tields to tlie Grim April Samuel J. Randall died at 10 minutes past 4 o'clock Sunday morning of internal He was surrounded by his his devoted wife and affectionate hfs Mrs. Lencaster and Susie Randall and his son in his last Samuel Jackson Randall was born in Philadelphia on October 10, 1828. He came into public life at a very early age as a and has never since been re- tired even He served four years in the common councils of his native city and one 1858-59 in the sylvania legislature as a state Mr. Randall elected to congress in 1862. He commenced his congressional life in 1863, in the thirty-eighth congress which Hon. James G. Blaine served his first only two years after his old friend but political opponent of thirty jears late William D. commenced a career in con- gress that lasted nearly thirty Mr. Randall was returned at every succeeding and at the time of his death had served twenty-six years in He was elected for a fourteenth but though he took the oath and qualified as a he was not because of failing to take his seat in the present con- Mr. Randall was a candidate for speaker of the congress in 1875, but was defeated by the Hon. Michael C. Kerr by whom he was appointed chairman the committee on At the second session of the same congress Mr Randall was chosen Mr. Ken having died during the Randal was re-elected speaker in the congress by the democrats in 1877. B reason of long service and close attention to bis Mr. Randall became th most expert parliamentarian on the demo cratic side of the In with the rules and all branches of par law had no sup in either and as far back a 1879, when the great contest over the force took place at the close of the forty third Mr. Randall by com mon assigned to the leadership o the democratic On Monday the death of Mr. Randal was formally announced ID both houses and committee of nine repre and four senators appointed U attend the A meeting of hi friends was held in Washington during the presided over by ex governor Cur a at which were made and resolutions passed paying tribute to Randall's great character and The death of Randall ere ated a profound impression in Philadel To name all the senders of tele grams of condolence to the would take two columns of a Thi expressions of regret come from all of the country and from persons and poli of all political Politica rancor and party hate have given way t a feeling of genuine regret for the man The funeral occured from hi church in Washington on lor the On the occasion of the flag presentation y Washington Camp 479, O. S. of o the public schools ot which urs on April 30th, it is ex- that about 500 visiting members rom adjacent towns will be present to Several distinguished guests rom different parts of the state are also ex- About p. in the afternoon f the 30th a procession will form on nd street at the headquarters of camp 479 parade the principal streets of Warren and During the march the will halt at each of the public chools and present American flags to be hung over the building Exercises of an character will be held in the evening at Library The address of he evening will be delivered by Prof. Clarence F. of who is said to be one of the eloquent speakers n this Hon. R. state president of the order in Pennsylvania will follow with a short during which he presents to the school lags for the interior of the After the acceptance of the flags by man of the Warren board and Prof. Bayle of the East Warren state secretary William Weand will close the exercises with the of the The exercises will be interspersed with the sinking of national songs and orchestra The Library Hall is to be appropriately decorated in white and blue and the members of the order will attend in At the conclusion ot the exercises a banquet will be tendered the visiting camps and invited The demonstration throughout promises to be one of the grandest and most successful celebrations ever witnessed in For Sale Eight Horses and Double an Single Carts Four to Six months time will be given on approved 84-tf Pa. To Take Effect Next tion or New Buildings Making Good T a meeting of the school directors of Warren lust Thursday the subject of a now building on site of present union building was fully discussed enough so all the Another idea was also discussed this year one or two smaller ings near the creek for the younger pupils and use the old building for tho high school for a year or two and then build a central high on the same lot now occupied by the union No final decision was reached upon any one plan and the directors decided upon a trip of in- of modern Messrs. and Clark left for Erie Monday and Buffalo and other places before returning All the money necessary for building is at three per arid some amicable conclusion will be reached at the next Prof. A. B. superintendent of for the second time tendered his and after careful consideration it was It will take effect at the ending of the present term of the 17th of next To the School Board of contemplated changes in the school buildings and the schools suggest the whether it is not also desirable The Erie The meeting of Presbytery lately in sion at was composed of the of fifty churches located in the counties of and Each church sends two and the missionary society which assembles at the same time outnumbers the delegates to The Presbyterian church has a form of church government modeled after the of the United States Each of the states of the Union has a church and the Presbyteries elect two delegates to the general which will meet in Saratoga the present The terian church ot the United States is said to embrace members and 225 Its grand college and cal seminary in this country is at but it has also flourishing theological seminaries in New York in in Chicago and in San The Presbytery chose the following cers by Rev. Jonathan D. D. L. L. of temporary Rev. S. T. Rev. K. C. Rev. Wilson and Rev. Dr. of are elected delegates to the general Oil Drilling on Sunday April the case of Sayer vs. William an employe of Hart at the Court decided to-day in favor of The case is the one in which Sayer charged of Hart with violation of the Sunday and they claimed that it was necessary for them to pump wells on The oil men all over the west are liable to fine for Sunday work and are startled at the to make a change in the You have reached a point where you are planning for a new and larger Growth takes You will therefore need at the head of your schools a. man who can look forward to a long period of sei vice and plan My physical strength is impaired by so many years of continuous and I feel the need of rest and 1 must therefore ask jou not lo consider me a candidate for re-election at the end of the current school I wish to thank the members of the board formany proofs they have given me of sonal kindness and and to sure them that as long as I take an inter- est in I shall take a deep interest in the welfare of the Warren to which for sixteen years I have given Yours A. B. March 31, 1890. In reply to the and upon motion of the the following was sent to Prof. Prof. A. B. Dear letter of March 31, ad- dressed to the Warren school asking that body not to consider you as a date tor re-election to the position of super- intendent at the close of the present school was placed the board at its meeting last I am directed unanimous vote of the board to say in that while they accept as valid and highly creditable to you the motives which have led you to the decision now publicly they cerely regret the change it makes For sixteen years you in your tions as principal and superintendent Warren served this community wisely and In your hands the schools have advanced and grown up to an organized efficient in all its and harmonious in its The moral tone which has characterized the work has at all times been elevated and and jour patient labor and zealous care have borne dant fruit in the the and the success of your For this great service we thank jou on behalf ut a people who feel the debt of gratitude they owe to you arid we are will join us heartily in wishing you happiness and success in whatever field you may hereafter enter very President Warren School April 11, 1890. At Library Hall Next Pinero's big comedy success that had such a tremendous run in London and New and which is to bo presented here by Daniel Frohman's Lyceum Theatre is a pretty fragile piece of dramatic It is a play that warms the cockles of tho and charms us by its very Pinero has told a grand ten a delightful sketch in which nobility of and touches of truest nature It is free from all gross The action is quiet though never the sentiment is natural and never and the character drawing something to be commended in superlative There is a of ninth in H a wealth of sweet p It docs not u startling for and imnr no place any of tho three that make up this dramatic 01 of the play are laid in a chambers near Temple in chambers consist of or rooms in a largo A female is to the house whose it is to see that all the ments kept in Ruth Rolt is such 11 character in She lias a with whom Clement a young law falls in They become but their happiness is for Ruth discovers that Hale is tho adopted son of Geoffrey who betrayed her under promise of Lavender is the illegitimate daughter of and As soon as Ruth learns Hale's identity ahe takes Lavender to the bin the lovers finally come together and rights wrongs by This is a of tho beautiful story that makes up The theme is delicately and skilfully All the male characters in the piece are noble-minded all the women are creatures that noble men ought to and do The humor is or It is of the kindly sort that creates a satisfied smile and a hearty Without doubt this elaborate production will attract our best It has the same charm which renders It recalls the Christmas ing of the Christmas Dickens is to be thanked for the suggestion which Mr. Pinero has deftly and Home Kate To the great northwest and The Erie railway will sell tickets from all of its principal stations on April 21st and May 19th to all points in New etc. Tickets good for 30 days for the round For detail information call on or address any of the Erie ticket or F. H. division passenger 36-5t Letter List of letters remaining in postoffice at April 9, 1890: Mrs. F M Mar. Mrs. Lottie 2 H. W. 2 letters Doubleday Henry H P. E. M. C. Albert F. L. B. J. B. S. J. M. M. G. Mr. Mr. All letters not called for in two weeks will be sent to the dead letter R. A. P. M. List of letters remaining postoffice at April 16, 1890: Miss M. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Mrs. Woodbury Mrs. John W. C. C. R. F. L. W. J. All letters not called for in two will be sent to the dead letter R. A. P. M. Commencing February 25th, Greenlund proposes to sell bedroom suits at bottom figures and will give away every 25th 28-tf As it is almost to collect any money at present We will sell first class pianos and organs for cash at about half of the prices that other dealers ask for the same claM of Eric Library Pa. 844f Kissed Another Man's jelled young Jacob At his good kissed my wife upon the I ought to knock you you're good In accents mild and kissed that I've not But kissed her on the and 1 did it because she looked so very picture of beauty and What is the secret of replied you ask I will tell she uses Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- I accept your Good is the only remedy for the delicate derangements and weaknesses of sold by under a positive guarantee of giVing satisfaction in every or money paid for it For and take Dr.