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The Eaton Weekly Democra
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, March 17, 1870
Krrp"! 13 to
ITi 7 1 VJJJJthe qualified elec
tor o tha-Lacflrporated Villiage of Ea
ton, Preble county, Ohio, thut they are
required to meet
On Monday, the 4th day of April
A. V. 1S7U,
at the usual place of Holding Election,
in laid Village, and then and there be
tween the usual hours of holding elec
lions, proceed to elect the following
officers for said Incorporated Villuge
for the terms following, to-wit:
One Mayor, for the term of Zyears
Corporation (Jlerk " If "
Treasurer, " "
" Marshal, " " " "
" Weiah Muster, "
Three Members of Council for the
term of One Hear.
Three Members of Council for the
term of Two Years.
Given under tnv hartd nnd
Seal of said Incorporated VII
lucre at Baton, March 12th
J. H. FOOS, Mayor.
New York Spring Elections.
Tbe town and city elections in
the State of New York continue
to wear a very favorable appear
ance for the Democracy of that
State. . The Detroit Free Prese,
which better than any other pa
ger, keeps the run Of these con
tests, says that on Tuesday the
elections occurred in the towns
of many of the coouties, and in
the cities of Utlca, Troy, Au
burn, Oswego, Elmira Newbury,
Rome and Poughkeepsie.
Id Elmira the Democrats elec
ted their candidate for mayor by
a majority of 308, and six of the
ten conncilmeTJ. A Democratic
gain of 58 as compared with
Auburn probably electa a Dem
ocratic mavor. or if defeated, it
ia by a very small majority.
Radical majority 584 in 1868.
In, Newburg the Democrats
gain a complete victory, electing
theic mayor by a majority of
200. Radical majority in 1868,
215. This is the first response
to the ejection of Greene from
his seat iu Congress and the as
signment of Van AVyck to his
In Rome there was virtually
no contest, the Demosrats carry
ing everything, tueir mayor by
394 majority. This was the first
election under a city charter.
In Pouehkeepsio the Radicals
elect their mayor by. 450, which
is a Radical gain.
In Oaweeo the Democrats
elect tbeir mavor by a majority
of 300. Radical majority in '68,
In Utica the Democrats elect
their mayor by a majority of 26.
The balance ot the ticket has an
average majority of 500.
In Troy the Radicala have
gained a victory, from some
cause. They have elected their
mayor by 25 majority. It Bhould
have been Democratic by dOO
Seneca, Ontario county, elects
a Democratic -Supervisor, by a
majority of 100. In 1868 it gave
a majority of 96.
Victor, in the same county;
elects a Pemocratic Supervisor
by 93 majority. Radical in
. The village of Ithaca elects a
Democratic Board of Trustees. j
Radical majority in 1868, 110.
To these returns we may add
the crowning victory the Dem
ocrats have elected their mayor
in Burlington, Vermont, for th
first time since the city hau a
A Word to Yotjnc Mvs.
Young man, don't do it. Don't
marry dini pies, nor ankles, nor
eyes, nor-menthw, nor necks, nor
chins, nor teeth, nor simpers.
These bits and scraps of fenii
ninty are mighty poor things to
tie to. Marry the pure, true thing.
Look after congeniality, kindrei
Bympathies, disposition, educa
tion, and if this be joined with
social disposition or even filthy
lucre, why, don't let them stand
in vour way. Get a woman uot4
one of those parlor lay figures
one of those parlor automont
ions that sit down just so, thnmps
a piano and dotes on a whisker.
Living. statues are poor things to
call into consultation. The poqr
little mind that can scarcely
fathom the depth of a bress trim
ming, can't be a helpmate of any
account. Don't throw away your
time upon such trifling things.
As will be seen by a call in an
other column, the ladies of th':,
vicinity will hold a Suffrnge
Convention iu this place, when
they will determine whether
they will vote at the coming
Spring electtion; and also deter
mine whether they are us white
as the XVth Amendment, or "as
good as a nigger."
The following questions will
Shall the feminine gender
have the right of suffrage?
Shall they have the right to
I old office?
Shall tbey have the right to
work the roads?
Shall they have the right to
fight at the polls?
Shall they carry slung-sho's
and gin slings?
Shall they talk politics and
Must they part with the G.
"Who must "hubs the baby?"
hall there be any babies in
Who will care For mother now?
Who'll kiss him for his mother?
What will "Mrs. Grundy sny?"1
The above questions will be
taken up and discussed in the or
der in which they occur, aud set
tled to the satisfaction of every
spirited lady in community.
Here is an excellent opportu
nity for the Editor of the Regis
ter, and bis only hope, as the
XVth Amendment did not reach
his case. He will now have
equal rights with the other wo
men. Go in gals, like lemons, get
squeezed aud come out whole.
The following is on extract
from Mack's Washington letter
to the Cincinnati Enqnirer, of
If anybody doubts the assertion
I made in a recent letter, that
one of the worst evils of the war
was the insurable corruption of
the politicts of the country, let
him reflect that it has taken a
committee of Congress two
months, and a report that will
make a large volume, to prove
that the President of the United
State was not concerned in a
foul conspiracy to ruin the busi
ness men of the country for h,i9
own private gain. The commit
tee has concluded its labors.
Every line in the report shows
the object to have been neither
more nor less than to establish
the President's innocence.
celebrated Irish ludge once
charged in a treason case in fa
vor of the prisoner, on the
ground that there must be some
doubt of his guilt, inasmueli as
it had taken a two days1 speech
from tbe learned counsel for. the
prosecution to establish it. By a
parity of reasoning, thero must
be some doubt of Grant'a inno
cence, since it has "taken a vol
ume of four hundred pages to
prove it. But whether guilty o
innocent, the mere fact of the ini
vestigation had to be made jr.
response to an irresistable popu-
har demand, is a sad sign of the
times. Artd while one commit
tee is put to i ts wits' end to clear
the President of a hideous crime,
another ia at work on tbe cor
rupt practices of members of the
House iu the sale of cadetships;
and the material for half a dozen
more Investigations, the result of
which would throw both the
President's gold speculation and
the petty bribery ot the members
entirely iu the shade, i3 within
the knowledge of every well in
formed man in Washington-
Why has there been no investi
gation of the charge brought
in the public prints against Sen
ator Harlan? Nobody donbts
his guilt who ia willing to be
lieve htiman testimony. Why
uot investigate the fraudulent
practices connected with the Pa
cific Railroad, and the other gi
ant swindles by which members
and Senators have enriched
themselves at the public expense
within the past ten years? The
object of this cadet investigation
id quite apparent. It is to make
a pretense of virtue under which
to be able to continue tbe worst
corruptions of the past. The at-
tention ot the public will be call-jl5,
ed to this petty purgation as a
remarkable tnstauce of Congres
sional integriry, and the fact
that the House was willing to
expel a tew of its members for
petit larceny will be used as a
cloak to hide some of the most
brilliant feats of burglary ever
perpetrated by politicians or tol
erated by citizens. That's pre
cipely what it will amount to
Transfers of Real Estate.
We give below the transfers
of Real Eate, tor the month of
February, as recorded npon the
books of the Recorder:
Lewis Morris to Henry 3orris
50 acres pt n w qr, sec 27, Dix
son tp, $1,000.
John M. Surface to Peter Sur
face, 20 n, pt s w qr sec. 13, Jack
son ty $500.
Gc.- Parks' Estate by Exr. to
Eleanor W. Larsh, 40 a s w qr.
sec 9 Dixon tp $3,420.
Susan A. and Levi Kinsey to
Rosana Foutz, 4.81 a pt n e
sec 13, Somers tp $750.
Morris Doty to Nicholas Neary
10 a pt s w qr sec 31 Israel tp,
Morris Doty to Emanuel Ri
denour, 4,14 a pt sec 81. Israel
Jyer Holz aud Abraham
Greenfield to Wm. H. Burk, lots
67, 28, 29, College Corner, $1,000
Joseph H. Manzy to John Sul
livan 84 a pt s w qr sec 28, Jeff
erson tp., $4,000.
John S. Hunt to Sarah, Bonner
tho.undi vided 4, 87 70 a pt s e w
qr aec 8, Gratis tp, $750.
Joseph Beck to Martin V.
Randal lot 2 Eldorado, 1 000.
Martin V. Randal to Henry
Lawrence, enme, 1 ,000
Henry Lawrence to Alfred B.
Murraj', same 1 000.
Leander Brazier to Alfred B.
Murray, undivided, of saw prop
erty at Eldorado 950.
Alfred B. Murray to Henry
Lawrence, the whole of same
property 1 ,500.
Nancy Wright to Dauiel Henry,
lots 11. 12. Hamburg, 200.
Dauirl Henry to john Piatt,
same l ou.
Greenbiwy Loy to J H. .Mark
ey, 110 a pt a wV see 26, Twin
tp 6 ,000
Joseph Walters to john M
Scheyhing, 160 a n e qr sec 35,
Monroe tp; also 25 a pt s w qr
sec 35, in same tp, 11 000.
Jesse B. Kumler to Henry
Kumler, pt lot 14. Lewisburg,
Jesse B. Kumler to sasu'l
Williamson, lot 47. Lewiaburg,
Vincent Homan to Vienna
Bunger, 80 a pt n e qr sec 25,
Harrieon tp, coneideration of
love and affection.
Vincent Homan to Simeon J.
Buger, 78 a ejsw qr sec 23,
Monroe tp, 3,500
Vincent Homan to Lizzie Bun-
erer, 78 a w J s w qr sec ?3, Mon
roe tp., consideration of love and
Wm. M. Lockett to David
Kumler, 16 a pt n w qr sec 34
Harrison tp, 33,50
Anr.n M- Sehleiger to Saml
Oldfather, lots 85, S6, Lewisburg,
Sam,l Smith to John L
Porttei field, 16 a pt s w qr sec
20, Jefferson tp, 1, 200.
John L. Surface to Geo W-
Dickey & Rebecca Tosh, 152 a.
pt sections 14 and 15. Jackson tp.
4,000, (quit clam.)
Geo Dickey and Rebenea tosh
to Robert Bell, same, 9,915.75.
David Overholtr to Ferdinand
Grape 3 a pt B e qr sec 10, Som
ers tp, 15. iquit claim.)
Ferdinand Crupe to George
Nichols, Amos J. King and
Hiram J. Daniels, 35 a pt s e qr
sec 10 Somers tp, 3 800.
OharleB Street to Susan H.
Snyder, lot 488, Eaton, 600.
Susan H. Snyder to Martin
Beal, same, 600.
Geo. M. McMillan to Johu R.
McMillan, 115 a pt 6 e qr sec 36,
Israel tp, 1 000 (quit claim-)
Jacob Bener to John W.
Barnet and John Lazrc, 1J a pt
s e qr sec 10, Jackson tp, 2 GOO.
David Sands to Ezra Carpenter,
pt sec 5. Jackson tp; also lots 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and n lots
9 and 10 New Westville, $3,000.
Wilson Pottinger to Juila Ann
Pottiuger, 24 a pt n e qr sec 15
Dixon tp: also 35 a pt s e qr sec
p, 1,500,( qi.it claim.)
V m- Pottinger to Henry
I'ottingerJ pt s c qr sec 15, Dix
on tp, 30. J
J.ihu H- W early to Isaac Hen
derson, 80.32 a pt n w qr sec 17
Monroe tp, 3,400.
Jas. 13. Stevens to
& Minnicfa .4 14 a pt s o qr eec
5. Monroe tp 250.
Sam,l Ralertson to J. T. Deem
and Brothers, lot 326 Saton 450.
Henry Kerns' Est by Sheriff,
to John T. Deem a'nd Jos Dono
hoe 40 a pt n e qr sec 24 Gratis
tp, together with 80 aores adjoin
ing in Montgomery county $4-,
Brazer Shaffer to Henry C.
Fornshell. lot 69, Camden, 85.
Trustees of Dunker Chureh to
Joseph Dnnkel lot 116 W:nches
John Piatt to Jerome B. Dela
veuii same $210
Obediah Hill to John G. Hol-
singer, zo a pt n w qr sec lo,
m on roe tp $1,000.
isetij. btump to Daniel Fudge
Jr, 60 a pt sec 10, Monroe
rsenj Hujtori to A ctoria
Barnhizer, lot 126, West Alexan
Maria E. Nisbet to W. II. Coff-
raan, 64.29 a pt n e qraec 5, Lan
ier tp, $
John Jordan to Charles Bur
ket pt n w qr sec 24, Twin tp
Joseph Dnrkel to Hannah Mc
Rhoda Patton to Stephen C.
Smith, lot 36 Winchester S800
Wm. Pottinger to Eleanor W.
Larsh, 100 a pt s e qr sec 15
Dixon tp $3,000.
.hlennor W. Larsh to Mary
Pottinger, same $3 000.
Henry Lawrence to Hiram
Hart, lot 33 Eldorado, $60.
Henry T. Wehrly to Andrew
Wehrly, 39 a pt s w qr c 27
Monroo tp $23.40.
Geo. C. Stump to E. H. M.
Petry, 36 a pt s e qr sec 5 Mon
roe tp $50.
Josiah Kaylor to Oliver Cotter
man, 91.38 pt n w qr sec 14
W ash Ajp $7,850.
Benj. Stamp to Solomon C.
Stump 80 a pt q e qr sec 31 Mon
roe tp $4,000.
George Baker to Abraham
Nicholas, lot 87, Verona, $1,000.
John Shellman to John F.
Sheltmao, 5 a pt n w qr aec 12
Gratis tp $350.
Christian NefYus heirs, by
Sheriff Wm. CHJbert, 80 a pt u w
qr sec 36 Lanier tp, $4,700.
J. B. Delevan to Joseph Sheaf
er, lots 17, 13, and a half of lot
19, Hamburg, $130.
Cornelhis Shewman, to Daniel
Petry, 75 poles off n e qr sec;
1 Jefferson tp, $25.
Dr. O. WTPecfcTo Guy Bloom,
1 20 a pt a w qr sec 8,- Jefferson
Juliet Swain to Frederick W.
Frank, lot 26, aud pt of adjoin
ing lot, JNew Mope, ?4oU.
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Pluries Order of Sale on Moriijuge
TY virtue of a Pluries Order of Sale
Jtsued by the Coun
Flea of Preble coun.y
Ohio, in the
above stated case, and to the Sheriff of
nuid county directed, I will offer for sale
at public auction at the door of the Court
tiouse, in Katon, in said county,
ON SATURDAY, THF 2GTH DAY
OF MARCH, 1870.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'cloek, P.
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Real Estate, situated in the county of
Preble and State of Ohio, and described
as follows, to-wit:
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(56). Fifty-seven (57) and Fify-eight(58)
aa known and designated in the plot of
the town of North Eaton as tho same is
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Sheriff Preble county, Ohio
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SALE OF BONOS OF THE
VILLAGE OF EATON.
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NINETEEN BONDS for the sum of
$100,00 each, due Auguct 1st, 1871, with
per cent, interest Trom date, he intes
eut to be paid annually.
1 WiMN IX 1WU BUNJja for the sum I
ot alOOJOO each, due August 1st. 18
W!fh 7per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid an finally.
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of tlOu.OO each, doe Augoat lt, 1373,
with 7 per cent, interest from dale, the
interest lo be- noid annually. lib'u
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smn $100,00 each, dee August 1st, 1874,
with 7 per cent, interes' from date, the
interest to be pid annialfy.
TWENTY-FOUR BONDS for tbe
sum of $100,00 each, due August 1st,
18 75, with 7 pe cen'. interest from date,
the interest to be paid annually.
No bid will be accepted for less than
the par value of the Bond, and the money
will be required on delivery of tbe Bond
to the purchaser. For the faithful pay
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faith of the Village is irrevocably pledged-
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srietice for the radical owe of
Ih'lifffslion and Dyspepsia, ami
for all cases where a Untie and
restore the vital
forces in a re
and give tone to
It i now eleven
years since Dr.
Roback, the osl
den, otmm to this
country and introduced the Scan
dinavian Blood Purifier; ninrx
whidi time thousand have been
cured, by its use, of Scrofula and
other blood diseases. It contains,
besides the Iodide of Potassa ana
Syrup of Stillingia, drugs import
ed from Sweden for its express
manufacture, unknown and not
kept by apothe
caries in this
single trial wilt
convince the mott
skeptical of He
Blood PUls are
any Pill manu
factured for a
One. trial inva
riably establislue than as favorites
with all who use them.
The reasons why Dr. RobaelfsA
Wood lLLs should on kept in ev
ery family are : Because they asm,
be employed in all oases where a
"family physic" it required, and
are perfectly safe in their admin
istration at ail timet; Because
they are made
both with and
adapting them to
the use of every
they can be pier
chased at any
drug store at the
price of twenilH
JPor Sale by Druggists
and Dealerre in Patent
Henry P. Davie, ) Preble Cuoimoat
ArthtT Rjrnt. ' ' '
TY virVe of an order of -u e .
JLf directed by the court or, yiimWon
Pleas of Preble cuaty, in abpv siati-d
WM' oner at poat.o Wf,irr tne
UW ui imc vuait uiiupi, jit 4,UlVfci, vi
Ori Saturday, March hth, 4 1H70,
at 1 oToloclt, b ,W- of Vat's iaj" 'TrVw
ing renl instate, situate in ,thaMnV ot
Gettysburg, Preble . rrrtrrrty, Ohio, and
and ingftt riumJier Lr kp said town of
Gettysburg, being 4 rods in front and 8
rods back, containing X2 nquare reds.
I tferwaor-JaaJe OA8M . , iU ,.
Appraised ml 4 t
DANIEL W. HARSJIMAN.
AMPBtt fL OttvoaK, AttorMjrX J , ,
February 3870. f j.rddQp
n e pirmT:
-AMI)- . ... ,,,,
0. V- STREET,
Have purchased- the SUc; foi'niprly
owned by Mr. 'Joseph Wilson, MS Dm
pose t6 keep codslaatty on bsjid at the
stand, corner of Mai.i & 'Baron ats.,
and West of tbe Court House, afuU sup
ply of choice, such as , ,
COFFEES, SUflAR tEA,
CIGARS. CANDIES, RAISINS,
The Best of Flourl
la BarreJa, or in Sacks,
together with thousand other articles
too tedious t0; mention.
of all kinds taken in exchange Tor goods
or the highest price in cash paid for Ba
con, Lard, Botter, Ac.
Sept 2, 18C9.U10S.41;',!',
I will offer at publv endue, at Swish
er's Mill, north of New Pari. Preble
On Saturday, Mu ch 6, 1870.
Tbe following property to-wt
Une sen Wagon tfar
nss. One mill Way on, 1 aetl Fly Netts,
one wheel barruw, 1 sett FstrbanU
Scales, 75 Mill 8acrs .'10 Flour 'Bsrjels,
one Lot Mill picks, one sett single tr
neas1. ope Corb'Sbeller aud rypAL -sides
numerous otker artialea Of te3oua
to mention. fnattm u-il I
TERMS OF SALE. -A" under
$3 00 cash in hand, on all sums above
tBtt amnunt a credit ot five Months will
be srtvpn by the purensser givmg
" - . i.xnAir.
to approven security. , atim to
ce at 10 o'clock, a. i
clock, a, n of said
Assignee uf KmiJy Swier
jan. 27, lo70. aVlK sM
Sabseribe for the DEMOCRAT.
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