Samuel FITCH, Coitsville, OH.
Burglary and Ruffianism. About midnight on the 9th inst., two men, with faces blackened, broke into a house in Coitsville, on the road from Youngstown to Lowell, occupied by Sam uel Fitch, on old and infirm man, and his two daughters. They broke in the door with sledges, or some other heavy article, came into the room where he was with lighted candles, and demanded his money. He told them he had none; that his money was deposited in bank. One of them held a pistol towards him. while the other rummaged drawers and every place where money was likely to pe put.' Finding no money, they left without taking anything. Notwithstan ding the disguise ot the villians, they were recognized. One of theja, David Whetstone, Whetstone, has been arrested, tried before Justice McKee, and bound over for trial m .uu u7A. wauujvu . lima. . M1IUK W I find bail, he is now in jail at Canfield. ' Ths other villain is still at large.