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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEK.
Eaton, Thursday, March 10, 1870.
Another Preacher In Trouble.
It becomes our Eolumn and
christian duty tc note down the
going astray of another of the
Ministerial flock. This time it
happens among the Drunkards;
bat tbcy are human, like all oth
ers. He is a 'youthful' Div-ir.c. of
'seventy' summers, named David
Liaher, and is well known among
bis brethren in this county. His
victim was a vouue woman of
seventeen, and a daughter of the
pastor of the Punkard church
at Monticells, Ind., where Usher
was arrested and boand over in
the sum of $1,000. Fisher was
an extremely '"Ioil individual
during Lincoln's war for the ben-
fit of niggers, and very nearly
succeeded in having our old
friend Daniel Peters, who re
aides near him, hung by a mob,
because be persisted in being a
Democrat, and opposed the nig
ger tirade. We regrei that this
Church of good and christian
people, have been brought to
grief by Fisher, but they can
console themselves that they are
now free from a narrow-souled
and bigoted "wolf in sheeps
When you open an umbrella
in the street, be sure it is done
directly in one or more faces. It
will show you have a friendly
feeling for people by being near
them. Never mind the manners
of the thing they are yours,
and nobody ! surprised at them.
The Rocky Mountain rat Is,
said to be eighteen inches long,
and can oat-steal any thing in
in his line We don't often make
but we will back certain
Radical office holders against any
other rats in America. Bring on
yonr rata;, ours are read.
[From the Seymour. (Ind.,) Democrat.]
The Sandusky and Louisville
There is no longer any doubt
that the Louisville and Sandusky
Railroad is going to be built at
once, i ne active
taken by its friends m Ohio, have;
placed its completion tsmyear to
the Hod between Ohio and Indi
ana, beyond a ebaaow of doubt.
The road will reach Brookville in
Franklin county, before the end
of the year. Its officers and friends
are all in favor of making Sey
niour the next point, and then
reaching the Ohio at soch points
as time andxperience may de
moustrate to be the most advan
tageous to tfce road- But we must
make some exertion to secure the
road athis point. iPhile the
route by way of Seymour to the
Ohio is the best possible for the
road, iy certainly will not come
here unless we make some exper-
tion to secure it. Kailroads are
not run through cities because it
may be a little for the beat to do
so; they are run to points be.
cause an interest is taken in them,
aad because, inducements are
held out whidh afake it worth the
while of the company to make
such places points on the road.
The natural features of the
country, and the necessities of
commerce, togethor with the ab
solute need of a shorter line from
the South-west to the Eaat,have
convicod the officers and friends
of this road, that the route
through Seymour is the best for
them. Now let us show them
that it is for their interest to come
here; let us stir ourselves, and
hold out as inducement such as
will bring the road here. Every
man who owns a foot of property
in this city should exert himself
in favor of the road; because once
secured here, the increased value
of his property will amply repay
him; every man tVho residei here
should agitate the matter; his
his pride in the place he makes
his home, should induce him to
do so; it is his duty as a citizen
to do all he can to advance wbat
very will increase the population
and prosperity of the place.
Every farmer along the line of
the road should take hold of the
project with all the vim he pos
sesses and push it ahead; it mat
tors not whether he owns a farm
or is only a renter, his interest
lies in having the road built, If
he owns land it will increase the
price of his produce by reason of
the facilities it furnishes for
reaching markets and the n
d'iction Of freights through com
petition. Let every n of us take
holt and work with all our mighty
to further this great improve
ment. What we are, results from
our railroad facilities. Seymour
bas been bnllt directly from the
railroads; one road more will in
crease us in material wealth and
prosperity. We can never get it
by lying on our backs and think
ing the road must come as did
the people of Brownstown, when
the O. & M. was projected uutil
too late they found themselves
out in the cold. We must work
actively and energetically, and
we can secure the road. Let every
friend of Seymour then work.
For the "Eaton Weekly Democrat."
Railroad! Railroad!! EUPHEMIA, O., March 1, '70.
".ahrilrjusnt remarks: alter wuicu
This evening, the people of
Euphemia, Lewisburg fe vicinity
met in mass, to reason together
upon the practibllity, advan
tages and accomplishments of the
Sandusky & Louisville Railroad.
The crowded house was brought
to order by electing Solomon
Singer Esq., to the chair, and
the undersigned as Secretary.
Mr. Jacob Foos, of Eaton, then
arose and thoroughly aroused
the audience to ' the necessity
and utility of railroads, by au
extended address, in which he
related the history of the route
in question, its advantages by
connecting with the navigation
of the Ohio at the South, and
with the Lakes at the North.
We regret that we cannot pub
lish the address in full. The
speaker closed by making an
earnest appeal to the minds and
pockets of bis hearers, which
we have abundant reason to be
lieve was not in vain.
Mr. Hendricks, of Eaton, being
repeatedly called for, arose and
with a short, spicy, address im
pressed many truths home to
the heart respecting the advan
tages of this Railroad, in the
immediate vicinity of Lewisburg
and Euphemia; and at the con
clusion of his remarks, he was
Hendricks was followed by
Foob: with a few well timed and
the effects of the meeting and
speeches. were made manifest by
appointing six able and working
dm to asstst oqi JJirector, uan
The assistants aDDointed were
Andrew Zellers, Pe?ry Turner,
David Koml, A. S. Die, Geo.
Locke, Samuel Baker and Wm
The Director and assistants
appointed, manifested their in
terest and determination by hav
ing a consultation, and resolving
to commence their work :ot talc
ing Stock in this all-important
anu much needed enterprise with
The meeting was cheered and
enlivened by the music of the
"Lewisburg Brass Band, bait
few present, however, woold not
have rather heard the 'whistle'
of the engine as we expect ft to
come drawing its load ot bonth
em produce or as it goes bear
ing the fmitof our toil to an ac
ceptable and paying market.
I must not neglect to add that
the meeting adjourned to meet
in two weeks at 7 P. M.
D. W. ALLISON, Sec'y.
The Union Saved.
The "essence of all we fought
for" has been attained.
Reconstruction is a success.
The "infernal spirit of caste"
bas been exorcised.
The "rich blood of the dark
races'' has been transferred into
our political s . stem.
lu .other words a coal black
Negro, and a carpet-bagger at
that, has, by the gentle persua
sion ot Ames'- bayonets, been
elected, from Mississippi, to the
United States tenate.
"Happy, proud America!"
Oh! What a Charge. The
good old times wbeu a woman
envinced more pride in showing
her children than in fondling a
lap dog, has undergone a won
derous metamorphose. Then it
you ehonld ask to see her off
spring, she would Bay, with looks
of pride, "Here are my jewels."
But ask the woman of the pres
ent generation and she would
answer, "go to my house and kat
rioa will show you the 'brats!' "
sWA religious paper publish
ed iti Lancaster, Pennsylvania,
is called "The Hell Staver."
N. & M's Billiard Hall.
The "fat" contributor Ike and
the "gentle Skeefur ' are unrival
ed in their tastes, have excelled
ugiin. For weeks the rap, tap
tap, of the workman's hammer
together with the help of Mr L.
T. Johnson, our genial paper
hanger, have now one of the
mest tastetul and neatly arranged
Billiard Room in the State of
Ohio. Start not reader we know
whereof we speak. Camden,
Winchester, West Alexandria,
Fairhaven, Sugar Valley, Lewis
burg, Eldorado, or Ebenezer, not
a town on the S. & L. or any
other road, not a city north,
west, south or east, outside ot
the capital, furnishes a room to
compare with this, and we have
seen them all. Natiou & Mono-
smith, the geniel proprietors, in
formed us that the Tables were
bought of Brunswick & Bro. of
Cincinnati. Fred. Ackerman,
who knows a Phrase or two, (in
the language of an "English"
himself) will be here on the 20th
inst., and pot them in running
On last Saturday evening, as
w watched the progress of the
various games, the swift play of
the balls across the tables; the in
telligent faces gathered around,
the interest manifested in the
games, and, above all, the quiet
and good humor pervading the
hall, we thought, with Beecher,
that it was an innocent and
healthful amusement and exer
cise. The decreese of society, an
ciently, were not so liberal.
Shakespeare 6aid, "All yonr an
cient customs aud long descend
ed osuages will I change;" aud
the saying may be applied to any
age and any country, and bas its
verification: The landmarks of
society are razed simultaneously
with the advancement of the
fleet runners of Time, and the
game which yesterday was re
garded with prejudice and suspi
cion is to-day become a recog
otaed right, and the popular
amusement of a mighty people.
The great law of nature is,
"Eat and be eaten.! The spawn-
leater swallows the worm, thai
sharks swallow the spawn-eater:
the hawk pounces on the chick
en, the eagle on the hawk) and
the sportsman on the eagle; ro
goes feed on honest men, pet
tifoggers on rogues and the devil
on pettifoggers. Queer arrang
ement this but who will say that
it is not all for the best? Let us
torn over and reflect.
Sound the hew gog, beat the
tamborine and rattle the bone
Revels the negro Senator from
Mississippi has been admitted to
a seat in the U. S. Senate. Well
may the white men of this natiou
exclaim, " Is this our certain
The negroes in Tennessee are
driving the inhabitants of
portions of that State to protect
themselves against African out
rage and brutality by prompt
resorts to Lynch law. But of
course tuo ivauicai autnorities
will not long permit this style of
protection to be used. They will
punish the whites and encourage
the blacks to go ahead with their
Oar Radical frienda who
used to be troubled with the
blues have become convalescent.
since they took that dose of the
blacks, generally known as the
Fifteenth Amendment. -
MT A paper has been started
in Bluffton, Indiana, called the
"Live Issue," favoring Repudia
tion of the National debt.
gj Compressed air is used to
propell the street cars in New
Orleans. It saves 96 a day on
each car over the old method.
Equal rights have assumed
an alarming feature in Wash
ington. Roughs invade recep
tions and devonr tbe da;nties
provided for invited guests.
If the ladies get the right to
vote, they will have to assume all
the other responsibilities, soch as
working on tbe roads, doing
military service, and swearing to
their ages before they are allowed
N. & M's Billiard Hall. Marriages.
On the 1st i ii at. , at Columbus, Ohio,
by Bey. J . Cooke, Mr. W m Perry Lock
wood, ol Eaton, to Miss Mollie E. Davis
On the 22nd ult, at the resident e of
the bride b father, in Winchester, Ind.,
by Bey. M. Teague, Mr. Chailes A.
Tooker, to Miss Mollie . Bruce.
The Democrat Job Office.
Probably no other country town
in the State if anywhere can
turn out a neater job of printing
than .baton, and we are pleased
to state that with the facilities
that we now have we can turn
out as good work as can be found
anywhere. We are determined
to suit all "reasonable" people in
the style and prices, and invite
everybody to come and see.
As fast as new desigris in type,
ornaments, etc.. will be added as
fast as produced by the foundries
and in all things we intend that
the "Democrat" shall rank with
8aT"Abrabara Lincoln said:
I am not, and never have been
in favor of making voters or jur
ors of negroes, nor of qualifying
them to bold office, nor to inter
marry with whites; and I will
say further, in addition to this,
that there is a physical diner
ence between the white aud black
races, which I believe, will for
ever forbid the two races living
on terms of social and political
Thomas Jefferson said :
Nothing is more certainly
written in the book of fate than
that these people (the negroes)
are to be free, nor is it less cer.
tain that the two races equally
free cannot live under the same
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Is fast winning favor in the Household.
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Amounting to eighty-six Thous
and, seven Hundred and
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PJ 1 t
This new FAMILY MACHINE is
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We claim, and can show those whom it
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Put chasers can soor be convinced
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The New Family machine mty be had
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Some show in polished surface only the
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Tor Hemming, Felling, Ruffling, Braid
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"We have and shall keep in stock at'
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"We wish it understood that we manu
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We will send one quart of the above
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Two quart, postpaid 2 00
One peck s nt by expraa or freight 6 UO
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One bushel, 40 pound 10 0
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Charles Btchman et
Pluriet Order of Sale on Mortguge.
BY virtne of a Pluries Order of Sale
issued by the Couit of Common
Pleas of Preble county. Ohio. In the
above stated case, and to the Sheriff of
said county directed,! will offer for sale
at public auction at tbe door of tbe Court
Bouse, in Eaton, in said county,
ON SATURDAY, THE 26TH DAY
OF MARCH, 187tt
betwoen tbe hoars of 1 and 4 o'cloek, P.
Ii. of said day tb following deecribed
Krai Estate, situated in tbe county ol
Preble and State of Ohio, and described
as follows, to-wit:
I.10U number Fifty-five (55) Fifty-six,
(56), Fifty-seven (67) and Fif-eight68)
ss known aad designated in tbe plot ol
the town of North Eaton as tbe same is
recorded. TERMS CASH.
J. H. BOSTICK,
Sheriff Preble county, Ohio
Campbell A Oilmore, Attorney's.
February 24, 1870, tds.prf f 13,50
William J. Oilmore,
Sent free in a sealed envelope my val
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Feb 17, '70 m3 Station D, N. Y.
and all others wanting PTews are direct
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fallow ground. Uall and
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Eat oa, February 10, I860 tl.
SALE OF B0NO8 OF THE
VILLAGE OF EATON.
SEALED bids will bo rereivad bt tbe
nods reigned, at she Mayor's Office,
in Saton, uhul ftetarday, February 12th,
1870, at I e etock, J. Jt., frr the sale ot
the follcwiag BOAT JC of the Incorporat
ed Village ef Eaton, Preble Goaaty,
NINETEEN BONDS for tbe sum of
8100,00 each, dwe Augntt 1st, 1871, with
7 per cent interest from date, .he inter
est to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BONOS for the sum
of 8100 ,00 each, due August 1st, 1872.
with 7 par soils, interest from date, the
interest to be paid aoaaally.
TWENTY TWO BONDS for tbe suss
of flOu.OO each, duo August let, 1873,
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY THREE BONDS for tha
sum 8100,00 each, due August 1st, 1874.
with 7 per cent, in teres' from data, the
interest to be pid anniallv.
TWEATY-FOUR BONDS for tbe
sun of 8100 00 each, due August 1st,
18 75, with 7 pe ceo'. Interest from date,
tbe interest to be paid annually.
No bid will be acctptel lor leas than
the par value of the Bond, aad tbe money
will be required on delivery of the Bond
to the purchaser. For the faitblal (pay
ment of these Bonds and interest the
faith of the Tillage Is irrevocably pledg
ed. ' U1
G. H. Erasov, 1
J. H. Foos. Building- Com.
U. B. VawaWsdal. I
Feb. 3, 1878 w2prf.O0
TO DO ALL KINDS Off
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All at BOB OX JODDing
ON SHORT NOTICE 1
ass. Prices Reasonable
Eaton, Febtuary 3, 1870 lyr.
FREE TURNPIKE ROAD NOTICE,
NOTICE is hereby given that a peti
tion will be presented to tbe Conj
oin lion era ot treble oouniy, at taeix
.1 .i , . .
next session, to De neia on me xst mon
day of March. A. D. 1870, ora ing for
tha laying out and establishment of a
Free Turnpike, to be a continuation of
the Seven Mile re turnpike Road a
long the following described route, oa
the following County Road, ia said coun
ty, to-wit: Beginning at the Northern
terminus of said save tail free turn
pike road, at a point oa the sssltea ban
between sessions 11 4 12, township 7,
range 2, in said County, at a short dis
tance Southeast of the Saw Mill belong
ing to Jacob May Thence North oa tbe
said section line to a point where the
Maid section line strikes or intersects the
Dayton dr Western Turnpike Rotd.
Feb 8, 18TD-W prf 81.KX
Free Turnpike Notice.
is riven, that a petition .
win e preKiueo to the Commissioners
.f Preble county. Ohio, at their nex
regular session to be held at Eaton, com
mencing on the first Monday of March
1870, asking for the appointment o
commissioners to lay out and eatabliiba
Free Turnpike Road in Lenier township,
in said oooaty, between the following
points, to-wit. CotBsaeneiac la notes
east of tbe sooth east corner of 'he south
west quarter of eessjow number 82. town
ship number 6, rang a umber 8 eat Sht-
thence north oa the om eoaaty road
about 136 poles is n point between lenda
of W. Andrews aad kV Bmrtm. Then so
in a north wester direction with tha
meaaderings of said read through lbs
taada o( Lewis Albangh, Andersoa
Beasley, H. B. Eikenb-rry, C. Mullen
Philip Andrews' EWtate Lewis Eikea,
berry and Christian Kuabsrry to the
Eaton a.id Quaker Trace Free Turnpike
road and there to terminate
February 2, 1870, w4pd.
RECEIVER'S SALT; !l
Henry P. Davis,
BY virtne of aa ontar of sale to ase
directed by the Court of Common
Pleas of Preble county, in above stated
case 1 will oner at public sale at the
door of the Court House, ia Eaton, oa
On Saturday, March WA 1870.
at 1 o'cloek p as. of said day, the follow
inv Neal Batata, akuh t ika inn a
Gettysburg. Preble eooat7, Ohio, aad
and i ins lot number 18 in said town of
Gettysburg, being 4 rods ia front and 8
rods back, containing 82 square rods.
Tsrtr s of Sale CASH.
Appraised at f
DANIEL W. MAR8HMAN.
February 3 1870
w4 prf. 9,00
NX W FIRM!!
a V. STREET.
Have purchased tbe Stock formerrv
owned by Mr. Joseph Wilson, and pro
pose to keep constantly oa band at the
old stand, corner of Mai.i tc Baron sts..
and West of tbe Court Bouse, a full sup
ply oi cnoice, saea aa
COFFEES, SUGAR. TEA.
CIGARS. CANDIES, RAISINS,
The Best of Flour!
In Bart els, or in Sacko,
together with a thousand other articles
too tedioas to meniiou.
of all binds takes in exchange for goods
or the highest price in eaah paid for Ba
con, Lard, Butter, Ac.
Sept. 2, 1869 mos 3.
AffllGNEfTS SALE !
I will offer at publie vendue, at Swish
er s JStui, north or new rane. treble
On Saturday, Ma oh , 1870.
The following property to-wit:
One sett Wagon Har
ass. Oa mill Wagon, 1 sett Fly Metis,
oa wheel barrow, I sou Fairbanks
Scales, 76 Mill SacU 80 Flour Barrels,
one Lot Mill picks, on sett single har
ness, one Cora She Her aad rigging. Be
sides numerous other artistes to tedioas
TERMS OF SALE. All sams under
83 00 eaah In bead, on all Sams above
that amnunt a credit of ffv mootbs will
be given by the par chaser giving hi
aote with approved security. Sals to
commence at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said
Assignee of Emily Swisher.
Joa. 27, 187a wS. pf 3 50
To OUtrfot Aateaaorg,
A ssMrs Orwana, Pacnm Co. . O.
Eatoa, Jan. 27, 1870. f
The several Dsssrist Assessors so
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Than day, Mareh 1st. for consul lauon.
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