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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, March 3,
The special committee of the
House at Washington, appointed
to ascertain whether members of
Congress have been engaged in
it i .
soiling cauetsnips ior money,
pmokes out three "trooly loil''
members, who have been engng
ck in mis dastardly business.
Rev. B. T. Whittemore, a scalla-
W fi;at,;..f i sii, na!iB
was among them. A resolution
to expel the Reverend scab was
Introduced and woolu have car
ried, but the pusillanimous
wretch sent in his reeiguation in
order to prevent it. If a few
more of the same stripe would
rosign and leave the country, the
country, the halls of Congressieurely
might become respectable.
A nigger in the United States
Senate! The editor of the Reg
ister can now throw up hia hat
and siugpaens of glory, that the
"nigger is ahead! This is the re
sult of the "war for the Union!"
Hereafter when the story of this
gigantic conflict is told, to our
children when in glowing rhe
toric the Historian speaks of
Donelaon, and Shiloh, of Vicks
; burg and Gettysburg, and the
tens of thousands who died on
those bloody fields, let him add
in a postscript, that these men
dred, in order that a nigger
might represent the State of
Mississippi in the Senate of the
'On with the Dance."
The niggers are preparing for
a grand celebration of the ratifi
cation of the Fifteenth Amend
ment. In Cincinnati they have
invited all their friends ot politi
cal equality, (meaning the re
publicans,) to join with them.
We haven't very many here, yet,
but enough to get up a small
procession, with the assistance of
the white niggers. We hope all
placet of business will be closed,
and that the "friends of political
and social quality" will illuminate
their hoases on that eventful
day! Turn out and join in
the procession, and in arm, with
your "men and brethren!" We
will furnish a programme, and
assign the editor ol the "Regis
ter a prominent "posit witn a
"pard" to suit the occasion. We
hope It will be in August!
"Sceutmg bottles strictly forbid
A Legimate Effect.
There is a bill pending in Con
gress to enforce the Fifteenth
Amendment, which provides
that all elections shall be held
under the authority of U. S
- Marshals, who shall decide upon
the qualifications of all electors
If that bill is passed and the
people submit to it, then are they
fit subjects, for a despotism then
tnen will Kaaical rule be per
petuat, and Democrats may
well stop voting, give the Govern
raent over to negroes and their
. special friends.
If any man of good common
gense can look on the filthy slimy
pool of American politics, witb
President daWing in Stock aqd
Gold Gambling selling out
the higest bidders the highest
offices in bis gift; with miserable
wretches who couldn't be elected
road masters in their native
townships; representing frreat
States in the Senate of the Uni
ted State?; with pimps and har
lots actually controlling the Leg
islation of the country through
lobby appliances, with niggers
in the Stale Legislatures; if
say, any sane man can look
all this and say we are not drift
ing toward the devil faster
any nation of ancient or modern
times ever drifted, then we will
throw up the sponge and admit
that History is a Lie and Revo
lution a humbug.
JW An express company
West will not be responsible
the lose of property "by God,
Indian; or any othor pnblic ene-
me rif the Government."
Louisville & Sandusky
A meeting was called on Sa
turday evening at the Court
House by J . H. Foos, President
oi the road and quite a number
of our citizens being present.
On motiou Dr. W. H. II. B.
Minor, was called to the
and J. AI. Brown was appointed
; Secretary. The meeting being
called, the meeting for inter
change of sentiment, for the pur
pose of educating ourselves to
the importance of the road and
to soucit stock &c. That before
going further he would say that
since our last meeting he had at
tended a meeting at West Milton
I ft nnrfpnt. joi.s.ir.
That he and Mr. Lippencott of
DeGrafi' addressed the meeting
and the feeling was'very enthu
siastic and that in a very few
minutes they raised 7 $1000 sub
scribers. The people of Milton
are verT certaiii they can and
will raise $50000 in their viciui
ty. And that Prebie county
ought to give $100,000 to
an oDiect or sucn vast impor
tance as this is to the people of
this county. He also stated that
he intended holding meetings at
Sugar V alley and in Israel town
ship at some point or points to
be designated by the citizens
Stock books are now out along
the line, at Eaton, Lewieburg,
West Milton, Piqua, Degraff,
Huntsville fe Bandusky.
T. J. Larsh spoke in reference
to the manner in which stock
could be paid, &c, and was fol
lowed by Gen'l Hendricks, with
one of his "blood and thunder"
speeches, throwing a considera
ble amount of dirt in the eyes of
a certain class of onr citizens
who do not favor public improve
amply able but would never give
a dollar, lie said he intended
tooainp out" along the line.
80licite stock, and board himself.
The people being called on to
come forward and subscribe, re
sulted as follows:
M. F. Stephens," 10 shares, $500
Jacob Ration, " 500
T. J. Larsh, " " 500
D.Harshman, " " 200
Since the above, A. Denny has
received $4,000 more with what
was already on the other books
in town it now stands, $11,850
n the town of Eaton, which has
been raised with but little effort
At a late hour, on motion, the
ments of this kind, who wm'
W. H. H. B. MINOR,
J. M. Brown, Sec'y.
OUR NEW CITIZENS.
Under the Fifteenth Amend
ment the balance of political pow
er in this eonntry will be in the
hands of tbe negroes, the Indians
and the Chinese. As instances of
the character of these new re
cruits for the Radical party, we
give tbe following extracts from
tbe columns of our cotemporaries:
From the Philadelphia Ledger, Feb. 2.
Two English merchant ships
were last December captured by
Chinese pirates on their way
trora Hong Kong to Macao. The
captain and crew of one of the
vesseis were taken to an island
uear Macao, aud there were be
headed and burned to ashes on
the beach, l
From the Madi ion (Wis-) State Jour
nal, Jan. 28,
We were shown by Mr. N. B.
Van Elyke, this morning, an In
diau Bcalp,duly dried and stretch,
ed, which he obtained the other
day from Colonel D. W. O. Poole,
now at the Whitestone Agency.
The Colonel told him of a ''big
Injun," who came to the fort
vhere he was stationed the other
day. with a buckskin suit, deco
rated like ladies' cloaks with
astrachan fur with the light
hair of whito women, for which
three or four scalps of white wo
men must have been required.
White men, how do yon like
your prospective rulers ? These
heathen murderers will control
your elections and set your will
at naught. You may thank the
Radical party for this state
affairs. Every man who voted the
Republican ticket voted in favor
of heathen domination, and every
such man is blameable for tbe
results of heathen rule, whatever
they may be.
R. Meeting at Lewisburg.
A very large and enthusiastic
R. R. meeting was held ou Tues
day evening last, in Lewisburg
Tbe meeting was addressed by
J. H. Foos, Col. Hendricks and
others. A committee of five
were appointed to solicit stock.
Tbe people of Harrison township
mean business, and will raise
their quoto of stock at an early
Annuel Meeting of the
Preble Co., Bible Society.
The Treble county Bible isocie-
The attendance on account ot
unfavorable weather, was
The President, Kev. H. M Her
man opened the meeting by
reading a portion of the scrip
tures and by prayer minutes ot
last annual meeting read and ap
John V. Campbell, lreasurer,
and Andrew Coffman, Deposi
tory, presented their reports but
it beiner suggested that there
were some collections not yet in,
they had leave to hold them
open a tew clays to get in saia
collection and then said report
to stand referred to committee
consisting of J. Chambers & J.
D. Miller were appointed to ex
amine some and report to the
On motion of J. V. Campbell
the Treasurer, was directed to
pay over on the order of the Sec
retary to W. Herr, the Geueral
Agent, the balance in his hands.
On motion of Rev. F. LeRoy
Senour, $30,00 of said balance
was appropriated to majce John
V. Campbell a life member of the
present society, and a sufficient
amount thereof to complete the
pavment of Andrew Cofl'man's
life membership; and that the
balance be applied to our credit
with the present society on Bible
account. The appropriations
aforesaid in favor of Bros. Camp
bell and Coflman were made on
suggestion of Rev. W. Herr, in
consideration of their long aud
faithful services as ofheers of the
ty mot on Monday the 14th day
of February 1870, in annual ses-itho
siou at the M. E. Church, in Ea-Let8
The following officers of the
Society were elected tor the en
Rev. H. M. Uerrman, Presid t.
Rev. C. W. Swain, First Vice
Rev. F. JLeroy Senour, Second
Rob't Miller, Secretary.
Jobu V. Campbell. Treasurer.
A. Coffman, Depository.
William Curry, George Kline,
J. Chambers, I. S. Morris, David
Peters, W. B. Tizzard, and Moses
Advisory Township Managers.
Harrison Tp. Jesse Kumler.
Twin&Lanier " DrWMCampb'll
Gratis " Martha Maddock
Somers, " C. M. Robrer.
Gasper Isaac Railsback.
Monroe, Rev. Dillon.
Jefferson, James Willson.
JackBon " DrG. W. Dickey.
Dixon " Alex. Rhea.
On motion of Robert filler
the Treasurer and Depository
were constituted a committee to
order from time to time, such
kind and number ot books as
they may deem advisable.
On motion, the Gen. Agent
was requested to send as an agent
to canvass next vear, and if po3
sible to procure Rev. S. Corham,
as such canvasser.
Tbe absehce of a report from
Mr. Cochran of bis operations
lawfull and this winter was ex
plained by Rev. W. Herr to be
caused by the severe illness of
Mr. C. since he left our county.
On motion it was
Resolved, To 'hold the next
annual meeting in Eaton.
Tbe meeting then adjourned
Rev. W. Herr, pronouncing the
The Treasurer and Depository
having since the adjournment of
the meeting submitted their com
pleted reports; the following sy
nopsis of said reports are sub
TREASURER CAMPBELL'S REPORT.
John V. Campbell, treasurer.
1810. To cash from Pres.-Ch. Eev Senour
To cash from Pres. S. S. a. i a., Ea
ton. A. E Hubbard, Sup t. 2,fc6.
To cash from M E. Church, Eaton,
Rv. A. MeLarry, $40,85.
To cash from M. E. S. S. B. B. S., Ea
ton, C. F. Boke; Sup't $16.10.
To cash from lief. Ch., W. Alexan
dria, Rev. Hermati, $8,05.
To cash from Hef. S. S. B B VV Al
To casl from Pres. s.s b.b.s.. Camden.
lo cash From Someri tp. d. S. per
Miss Killough, $. 55.
To caeh from somers tp. B. S. per
Laura Corson, ij9 Zi.
lo cash trom somers tp is. a per
Mi.' a Danglay, 9u-
To cash from Gratis tp.. b. s. West
Elkton, per Stubbs. $17,61.
To cash from Jefferson, tp. b. e. per.
s. s. Thomas. $14 75.
To cash trom Harrison tp. b. 8. Alicr
To cash from Dixon tp b. s. Mrs
(continued kkxt WEBK. )
All the Pompeys and Sam.
bos of the country can soon el
bow their way up to the ballot-
box, equal in every way to a
White man. What a glorious
mission has beeu that of the Rad-
Gold iu New York yesterday
'advanced to 116, aud closed at
The Black List—Pass Them Around.
The following members of the
House of Representatives
disregarded the express wishes of
their constituents in voting for
the Constitution of
- - "
r. i .
jno uy authorizing negro eui-
. i. : . u rc i li
rejected by their own constitu-
ents, on a direct vote, two yearB
ago. lney should be included
in a black list and their names
passed around for future remem
brance. Here they are:
Robert C. Fulton, of Cham
paign County; 137 majority
against negro suffrage.
Thomas F. Joy, of Delaware;
County; 70 majority against ue
M. J. Williams, of Fayette 272
Joseph Brandbury, of Gallia;
A. J. Cunningham, E. F.Kleir.
schmidf, George H. Hill. Henry
M. Bates, of Hamilton; 4,677 a
gainst. Wm. S. Williams, of Jackson
county; 291 majority against.
Wm. H. Enochs, of Lawrence
county; 1,673 majority against.
W. M. Beach, of Madison; 479
Samuel N. Titus, of Meigs
county; 58 majority against.
Bethel Bates, of Noble county
62 msjority against.
Elijah Glover, of Scioto coun
ty; 805 majority against.
Samuel C. Bowman and Ellis
N. Johnson, of Stark county; 660
John B. Brown, of Washing
ton county; 442 majority against
Had these members voted as
their constituents instructed
them, the amendment would
have been rejected by a vote of
72 to 40.
They have deceived and cheat
ed the people. Let them be re
Where the Money Goes.
There are in the United States
army at present 35? officers above
the rank of Captain, and 120 cf
the same class on the retired list
a total of 477.
There are in the United States
"nnvy 227 officers of equal grade
upwards with 78 on the retired
list a total of 305.
There are three commanding
officers besides a full list of sub
ordinates, to every vessel in the
There is one general officer to
to evefy 1000 men in the army,
and an officer ranking as a gen
eral officer from Commodoro
upwards for every 92 men in
The lowest pay received by
any of the officers not on the re
tired list is about $3000 a year;
the highest salary paid is abont
$15,000 a year. Besides their reg
ular pay, many of these officers
make thausands cf dollars by
"commutations of different kinds,
by using government horses and
forage instead of furnishing their
own, and by employing enlisted
men as servants, and thus saving
the pay and rations allowed for
108 of these army officers are
on duty" in the city of Wash-
lnctnn. and a laree number
. D 7 i- "
navy officers are doing nothing
or loafiug about the same city.
the rank of iaajor, there are
. . j -at
some tnousanQB oi omceru
lower grades, neaily all of whom
receive about $2000 a year.
few of them, and nearly all the
enlisted men, are doing their
duty in distant places; but a large
maiority of them are doing noth
ing, or drowing extra pay for
some civil cervtce requiring but
little labor. One of them, Gen.
Badeau, at Washington, receives
a general's pay for writing
history of the "Life and Cam
paigns of Grant.
And that is the way the money
goeB. And the tax-payers must
foot all the bills.
'Let ub have peace!"
A bill has passed the Sen
ate appropriating 930,000 for
relief of the indigent niggers
are kept around Washington
Citv to vote once a year
steal the rett of the time.
It is said that there are six
tv-t.TOo towns in Massachusetts
imagine the miserly and skin
flint appearance of such commu
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e will send one quart of the above
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Charles Bacbmau et
Pluries Order of Sale on Mortguge
BY virtue of a Plurieg Order of Sale
issued by tbe Coun of Common
Pica of Preble county, Ohio, in the
above slated case, and to tbe Sheriff of
miid county directed, I wilt offer for sale
at public auction at the door of the Court
House, in Eaton, in (aid county,
ON SATURDAY, THE 26TH DAY
OF MARCH, 1870.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P.
M of said day tiu following deecribe l
KeaT Estate, situated in tha county of
as follows, to-wit:
Lots number Fifty-five (55) Fifty-six,
(56). Fifty-seven (57) and Fify-eight(58)
as known and designated in tbe plot of
the town of North Eaton as tho same is
recorded. TERMS CASH.
J. H. BOSTIOK,
Sheriff Preble county, .Ohio
Campbell & Qilmore, Attorney's.
February 24, 1870, tds.prf $13,50
Sent free in a sealed envelope my val
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signed as a warning and caution to young
men. with rules and prescriptions for the
cure of weakness and lost manhood, b
Send jtaod and address
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FebT71.'70 m3 Station D, N. Y.
and all others wanting Plews are direct
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Eaton, February 10, 1860 tt.
SALE OF BONDS OF THE
VILLAGE OF EATON.
SEALED bids will be received by the
undervignei, at tbe Mayor's Office,
in Eaton, nnti! Saturday, February 12th,
1870, at 1 o'c'ock, P. M., frr the sale ol
the following BONDS of tbe Incorporat
ed Village of Eaten, Preble County,
Ouio, to-wit :
NINETEEN BONDS for the sum of
$100,00 each, due Angutt 1st, 1871, with
7 per cent interest trom date, .he inter
est to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BONDS for the sum
of $100,00 each, due Aagust 1st, 1672.
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BONDS far the sam
of $10u,00 each, due August lit, 1373,
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY THREE BONDS for tbe
sum $100,00 each, dne August 1st, 1874.
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid anmallr.
TWENTY-FOUR BOND8 for the
sum of $100,00 each, dne August 1st,
1875, with 7 pe- cen. interest from date,
the interest to be paid annually.
No bid will be acceptel for less than
the par value of the Bond, and the money
will be required on delivery of the Bond
to the purchaser. For the faithlol pay
ment of these Bonds and interest the
faith of the Village is irrevocably pledg
O. H. EtDtox, )
J. H. Foos, Building Com.
H . B. Vahausdai, )
Feb. 3, 187 w2prf $6,00
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All kinds ot Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE !
aton, Febtnary 3, 1870 lyr.
FREE TURNPIKE ROAD NO
NOTICE is hereby give that a peti
tion will be presented to the Com
missioners ot Preble County, at their
next session, to be held on tbe 1st Mon
dav of March. A. O. 1870. prating for
th lnvimr ont and establishment of
Ffm Tnrnnike. to be a continuation
the Seven Mile Free Turnpike Road a
lone the following described route, on
h following County ltoad, irrsaid coun
ty to-wit: Beginning at the Northern
terminus of said seven mile free tarn'
pike road, at a point on the section liaa
between sections 11 ft 12, township
ranee 2, in said County, at a short dis
tance Southeast of tbe Saw Milt belong
ing to Jacob May Thenee North on the
xaid section line to a point where tbe
naid section line strikes or intersects tbe
Dayton t Western Turnpike Road.
Feb 3, 1870 w5 prf $6,50.
Free Turnpike Notice.
is hereby given, that a petitioa
will be presented to the Commissioners
of Preble county, Ohio, at their ne
regular session to be held at Eaton, com
meriting on tbe first Monday of March
10(0, asking for tne appointment o
commission! rs to lay oat and etiablirh a
Free Turnpike Road in Lanier township,
in said county, between the following
points, to-wit. Commencing 10 pole
east of the sauth east corner of the south
west quarter of section number .''.2, town
ship number 5, range number 6 eat Sec.
tnence north on toe oM eovaty road
about 135 poles to a point between lands
of W. Andrews and 8. Sprow. Thence
n a north wester direction with the
meandering of said road through ihe
lands ot Lewis Albaogh, Anderson
Beasley, H. U. Eikenberry, C. Mullen
Philip Andres' E.tat Twl. Kikn
berry and Christian EUenberry to the
Eaton a. id Quaker Trace Free Turnpike
road and there to terminate.
February 3, I870,w4pd.
RECEIVEBS BALL II
Henry P. Davis, ) Preble Comrooa
Arthur JByrna. )
BY virtue of an order of sale to me
directed by the Court of Coeeeson
Pleas of Preble count v. I above stated
case I will offer at public sale at the
floor oi the C ourt House, in Eaton, ea
On Saturday, March bth, 1870,
at 1 o'clo-k p m of taid day, the follow
ing Ieal Estate, situate in the town of
Gettysburg, Preble county, Ohio, and
and h ins lot number 18 in said town of
Gettysburg, being 4 rods in front and 8
rods back, containing 32 square rods.
lerrr s of Bale CASH.
Appraised at $
DANIEL W. HARSIIMAN,
t ahpbem. A GiuioaE, Attorney's
February 3 IS TO w4 prf. 9,00.
N E W FIHM!!
0. V- STREET.
Have purchased the Stock former!
lb. Joseph Wilsor., and pro-
u" "-r. uosepn wiisor., and pro
pose to keep constantly oa hand at the
old stand, coraer ol Mai tt Baron sta.,
and West of the Court House, a Ml sup
ply of choice, such as
CIGARS. CANDIES, RAISINS.
The Best of Floor!
In Barrels, or in Sacks,
together with a thousand othr articles
loo tedious to mention.
of all kinds taken in exehaage. for goods
or me nignest price in casta paid tor Ba
con, Lard, Butler, tc.
Sept 2, 1869 moe.3.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE !
I will offer at public vendue, at Swish
er s JrUll, north of Sew Pans. Preble
On Wednesday, Feb. Qth, 1870.
The following property to-wit:
Two bay Horses, One nt I Wsgun Hat
ness. One mill Wagon, 1 sett Fl Notts,
one wheel barruw, 1 sett Fairbanks
Scales, 76 Mill Sacas SO Flour Barrels,
one l Ait Mill picks, oae sett single har
ness, one Corn Shelter and riainnsT. be
sides BBSserous other articles to tedious
TEBM8 OF SALE All swats wnder
$3 00 cash in hand, on all Sanaa above
thst amnunt a credit o five saawths will
be given by the purchaser giving bis
note with approved security. Bsle to
commence at 10 o'oloek, a. m., of said
day. HENRY MILLER.
Assignee of Emily Swisher.
jan. S7, 1870, w3. pf 3 60.
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Eaton, Jan. 27, 1870. f
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