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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A OOMMITJEB.
Eaton, Thursday, March 24 1870
There are now two proposi
tiona before Congress, designed,
; ftt pot into execution, to relieve,
to some extent, the demand
, throughout the country for metre
money. One is to issue in green
hack enfrenev 850.000.000: the
other is the 8enate bill to dialri-lrived
Lute S4a.000.000 of Katioual
Benk ctrcuiation. With the peo
,pie who actually need the addic
tion ic the circulating medium,
the laboring and business men
of the South and West, there ie
wnranimity ns to which of the
two.propoitions snooiQ oa aaop
ted. More money is, without
doubt, demanded to carry on
the Dusiness of the country, and
that money should be of a na
tional character, designed to cir-
..palate alh over the laud, and not
Jrbe cohnned to one section: Tbis
can be accomplished, by an issue
of greenbacks, while it would
not if the issue is ot the Hajtion
al Bank denomination.
National Banks were institut
ed by a class of men monopo4
lists and capitalists for their
own special interest, under the
pretext that more money was
being furnished for the people
of all sections. This wonld have
been accomplished, it a true, to
some extent, if the banks bad
been properly distributed; hut,
'as they were established express--ly
for the intureat of a certain
J4Maaa of monied men, they were
4tcatd"iB '-Befttlons where these
C0UH rep the benefits.
major part of the banks
were located in the East, while a
few of them were scattered -thro'
the West, merely for the appear
ance of jUBtice, while in the gen
eral distribution there was no
display of justice whatever, and
the interests of the few only con
sulted. The banks were given
to the East, and the money be
ing of a local nature to Borne ex
tent, at least, remained In that
section. The demand now for
money comes chiefly from the
West, and the reason is plain
enough, there is an insufficient
circulating medium to do the bu
siness. We have no hesitancy in givs
ing our opinion that an issue oi
money of some kind will be
mada during this session of
jresa. The demand is so great
ht Congress fan not. avoid giv
ing it attention, and the most
important question is as to the
kind of money that will be au
thorized. Whlchclass of people
will Congres favor, their consiit-
nents who hav an actual need
of the money or the bankers and
capitalists who fancy they should
be favored by an additional is
sue of National Bank money?
The people demand greenbacks,
and the reason of thia demand is
ao plain as to hardly justify ah
xplanation. First, the new is
sue should be greenbacks, be
cause they are under the law,
and we will not stop here to
question the wisdom of that law,
a legal tender. This, as a natu
ral consequence makes it a bet
m 1 7
tor money than that which is
nofnch a tender. Second, the
inconsistency of the whole Na
tional Banking scheme is so ap
parent that it is looked upon by
the people throughout the land
as a gigantic fraud and monopo
ly, which it undoubtedly is, and
being each should net be aug
mented when there is no neces
sity whatever for snch a move.
Third. th demand for money
nm ?3TOd8St3 Tn'
try, and more especially from
the WeBt, where the National
money, if issued, would
scarcely hna its ways in sufficient
quantities to be of any benefit
whatever in relieving the de
mand for more money in that
section, xne oanics are princi
pally located in the East, and as
- -a rraturai consequence, the bulk
of the iBalfe wdbld be given to
that section which now does not
demand ah increase of money to
protect busiur 88 interests.
There are sumcient reasons
why the money should bo green
backsand as it beyond ques
tion that an increase of atoney ia
demanded and an issue will be
made, the people should impor
tune Congress by petition to is
sue that class of money. They
should demand of them as they
have a right, being their serv
ants, that they authorize the is
sue of greenbacks, that all sec
tions of the country may share
equally in the benefits to bode-
from it, and that its distr
bution will be natural aud in pro
portion to the business require
meots of all sections of the coun
Extravagance the Plebian Dictator.
"Put a begger on horseback
aud he wiH rhle to the devil,
says the Spanish proverb, and
the tax payers of the county are
daily seeing it verified in the
scandalous mis-management and
reckless extravagance of the
"mnn nn hnrsel ark "; who ii at
the head of the present admin
istration.' As the greatest and
most notorious spendthrifts are
usually Uiose upon whom sud
den riches havo been unexpect
edly thruet, ra;sing them in a
day from equal er to affluence, so
in the case of the individual who
occupies the chair of the Chief
Executive of these States pinned
together by bayonets we
one who, after threading all the
magee of a povortj that were
even respectable, dating from his
disgraceful dismissal from the
army, and hia proprietorship cf
a billiard saloon in San Francis
cq, up to the time when he, on
commission, bought, hides and
pork in a little town in Iowa,
and who atf latt found himself,
by a freak of fortune, elevated
from one position to another, un
til means too well known to need
(discussing, he become the occu
pant of the Presidential chair.
In asanmming the duties of
President, his Inaugural promis
ed very fairly, and people hoped
that he, who had all his life
moved in an humble sphere,
would conduct his admiuistra
tion in a plain, economical, De
mocratic. manner. It was hoped
that he would model after the
primitive simplicity and freedom
from ostentatious show and for
mality, that characterized the
administrations oi Jackson,
Fierce, and Buchanan, and that
the extra expense of Lincoln's
administration, rendered neces
hy the argely increas
clerical rorce a u ring tne war,
would be abolished, and a sys
tem of rigid economy adopted
in its place. Bnt instead of this,
a directly opposite course has
beenadopted. Al the Hummer
ies of a royal count, with liver
ied lackeys and white gloved
ushers, troops of secretaries and
doorkeepers, watchmen, etc., etc.,
have taken the place of the plain
old time manners bv the White
House. Grant's talk of economy
iu his message, was and is noths
ing but talk, a cunningly divorc
ed fable, to tickle public ear and
dirrect attention from his own
short comings. Tbe current ex
penseB of tha White House dur
ing the years 1862 and 1863, un
der Mr. Lincoln, were, including
the Presidents salery, $84,650,
whilw Grant's for the years 1870
and 1871, will reach the enor
mous figures of $182,800, an ex
ceaa over the former of $398,-50,
j which is an increase ofcSSsO
per day! And all this in a time
of profound, peace! Think of
it tax payers! the man who
but a lew years ago, could Bcarce
ly out and sell wood enough to
keen i'imself in tobacco and
whisky, n?w- spends, annually,
$132,800 of YGI'K tnoney!
The Radical Saints.
An exchange likens the Had-
icals to the old puritans of Now
England, who covering their
covetousness with a religious
cloak, adopted this platform.
1st. Resolved. That the world
and the fatness thereof belongs
to the Saiuts.
2d. Reiolved. That we are the
e Radical leaders are just
the same kind ot "Saints" as
those whose resolves are above
given. They think the United
States belongs of right to them,
and they have a right to plunder
the people for their own benefit.
The Crowning Act.
Old cockeye Butler, after steal-
ing all the spoons he could get
down S'utb and elsewhere, suc
ceeded in having himself nomi
nated for the presidency by a
nigger meeting in Washington
city, a short time ago. Alter
the meeting adjourned, the ne
gro band serenaded the Beast at
his residence. He made a speech
from which we take the follow
. . r - - 1 1 : T
" jtjy rrienas, gonnernen .l
Wnrve to say that the crowning act
for which you fought has been
accomplished. The fifteenth
amendment is practically ratr.hed;
the freedom of all has been
secured without distinction ofi
race and color, loud applause
and the grand spectacle, which
is the consummation of the work
of the fifteenth amendment, has
been iu3t witnessed in the ad
mission of a negro as a Senator
of the United States. Gentlemen.
that is the crowning act of the
great and noble work; the grand
object for which the war was
notSeents on the $1,00, this year it
strange as it may seem,
yet nevertheless it is true that
the State tax is to be increased
one-eighth over last year. If
the Democracv was in control of
Stale Legislature and State of
fices, it could be accounted for,
but when both are monopolized
by this economical Radical party
it becomes a question difficult of
solution. Liast year the tax was
ia lo be increased to 40 cents.
One-eieth of the tax as it will
Jtand iucreased this year is di
rectly the result of Radical rule
There was no need whatever of
an increase of tax in Ohio this
year. It was entirely too high
last year, and the only censure
we had for the late Democratic
Legislature was that it spent use
lessly much of the people's mon
ey that might have beto saved;
but the present Legislature, in
stead of cutting the expenses
down, run it up to such a height
that it requires the enormous ad
dition of five centB on the $100
over the tax last year. The tax
paying public certainly have
tried the party in power long
enough to find out that their
pretended economy is notbiug
but mock, to blind the eyed of
tbe people, hy which means tfief
hope to perpetuate power. If
the tax-payers think their tax
... , .
should vote the Radical ticket,
which is a certaiu means ot bar
ing it increased. What say the
laboring men and farmers on
Now that the Republican po
liticians have succeeded in oh
taining a forced aud fraudulent
ratification of the Fifteenth or
the enfrauchisemehr of the
blacks, the restriction and final
repeal of tbe laws for the natura
lization of whites from foreign
couutries, who expatriate them
selves and make Amereca their
home, is precisely what mihgt be
axpected from the Radical party
"Piiose adopted eitizaus who vote
to support that party should feel
gratefnl for such generous rec
Negro Suffrage Amendment" to
the Consitution of the United
States, the Republican members
of Congress are at work on a bill
to restrict the naturalization of
foreigners by requiring proof of
four years' continuous residence
before application, and confining
tbe authority to the United States
courts of which there are very
few in each of the Statea. After
the enfranchisement of the
blacks, tbe restriction and final
repeal of the laws for the natur
alization of whites from foreign
couutries, who expatriate them
selves and make America their
home, is precisely what might
be expected from the Radical
party. Those adopted citizens
who vote to snpport that party
should teel graietul lor such gen
erons recognition as'this bill pro
Don,t It Beat'ell.'"
A hill is pending before the
Seuate i7ommittee on Public
Lande, providing that the public
lands in the South shall be
divided into homesteads of fifty
acres each, and given to the
freedman. The bill provides for
restoring the old land districts of
tbe Soatb, and establishing euch
other machinery as is necessary
id fulfill the purpose-
J D. Ladeb will preach in the
Ohritiiu Church next Sunday
it lOf o'c'ock A. J.
The Democrat Job Office.
Probably no other country town
in the State if anywhere can
turn out a neater job of printing
thau Eaton, 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 "reasonnble" people in
the 6tyle and prices, and invite
everybody to corne and feee.
As fast us new designs in type.
ornaments, etc.. will be added as
fast as produced by the foundries
and in all things we ln'ena tnat
the "Democrat" shall rank with
The undersigned bas been dulf ap
pointed Administrator me ltaie oi
Levi Harp, late ot Preble countr, Ohio,
deceased, on the 13th dy of March A.D.
1870. ISAAC KKSLINO, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 w3prf yi.
All persons indebted to the
firm ot Stephens & Scoven, must
close ud their accounts by the
1st of April from anu after that
date the books will be left in the
hands of Squire Larsh for col
lection. I am goiug to leave the
towu and onr account must be
closed by that time.
E. C. SCOVEN,
the firm of Stephens & Scoven.
March 4, 1870 w3.
JVT"""ri"1 XT' is hereby aiven to
1 V J. IVjJJJthe qualified elee
tors of the-Incorporated Villiaxe of E-:
ton, Preble county
that they are
required to meet
On Monday, the 4th day of Aynl
A. D. 1870,
at the usual place of Holding Election
in said Village, and then and there be,
tween the usual hours of holding elec
tions, proceed to elect, the following
officers for said Incorporated Village
tor tne terms iouowmg, io-wii:
One Mayor, for the term of2years
" Corporation Clerk " u .
Marshal, " " " "
Weigh Master, " " "
Three Members of Council for the
term of One Hear.
Three Members of Council for the
term of Two Years.
Given under mv hand and
Seal ot said Incorporated Vil
lage at Eaton, Merck 12th
March IT 18i0 tde
A boo faa
Assessors ereWed April
4th, next, will-meet 8t this office the
iaUurdav following, ami will Tmng their
certificates of their ejection with ihcm,
the law ornvides
JAffttS N. LAKE, aud. P-C.O
March 24, 1870. w3
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Anew and firt-ciwt work. Sells at'
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married man. Nothing ele haif so sala
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money. and doing" (tood wo'k besides.
Bend for terms, and testimonials from
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tograph Albam, Family Record, Mar
riage t eruocate anu other popular fea
tures. Sold alone or in connection with
other of our nrst-cUss boors. Agents
are netting from -f 10 to lo per day:.
Circulars, specimen pages with
illustration, etc., sent free on applica
tion Address. K. H AIN JN AFOKD & Uo
Pn61i6hers of Fit-Class Subscription
Books, 177 West Fourth Sv, Cincinnati:
March IT, 1870 w4.
Notice is hereby
dertigued has this
;iven, that the un-
ay, oeen duly ap-
noinfed as Administrator cf the Estate
of Morgan O Urien, doceased.
Mar.17 70wdjd Juiix Good wis
Notice is hereby given, that the on-
dersigned has this day, been duly ap
pointed as Administrator of the Estate
of Adam House, late of Prebl connty,
wnio, ueccaaeu. junn niusn,
J. H. Foos. Attorney.
Mar. 17. 1870, w3 prt $1,75.
Notice to Builders.
SEALED proposals will be received
nntil the 2nd day ol April, A. D.
lc.70, at 12 M. Tor the purpose of build
ing a School House, in Sub-District. No,
10. in -"Washington township, Preble
county, Ohio, tor Specifications, call
on il. t. Jareb, townahip Clerk, in Ka
toa, where Dion win be received np
tbat time, me uoard reerves au
relect any or all bids cot deemed lea-1
sonabte. uat j-.
By order of th Board of
John Kisling, Clerk.
ml m e
nghtlfrom the very outset. l"or circulars, un
to paralleled array of testimonials and
A circular sent free on subjects of
great interest to mat ned Ladies, con
taining particulars of several very valu
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Medical Faculty and the hundreds who
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SAMPLES SEN V FREE TO FARM-
ROM 100 to 130 bushels grown to
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this Uits has been grown on every va
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The grain is very large, plump and
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and ripens earlier than tbe common va
The straw is bright.. clear, stomt, and
not liable to lodge, is perfectly clear of
rust, and grows from 4 to a teet high.
We have doth the White and Hla k
Norway, both the same price and equal-
e will send one Quart of the above
Oats to any address post paid for . tl 00
Two quarts, post Laid 2 00
One peck s nt oy express or freight 6 00
Half bushel, 20 pounds GOO
One bushel, 40 pound' 10 00
CAUUUM, gmmf- We wish U distinct
ly understood that this is not a light
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.Norway, but imported .Seed, every bush
I guaranteed to weigh 40 lbs., or the
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Pluries Order of Hale on Mortguge.
BY virtue of a Pluries Order of Salf
issued by the Conn of Common
Pleas of Preble county, Ohio, in the
above stated case, Bnd to Ibe Sheriff ol
uid county directed, I will offer for salt
at. public auction at the durr ofthe Court
House, in haton, in said county.
ON SATURDAY, THF 28TH DAY
OF MARCH, 1870.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P
M. of said day th following deecr bo.i
Real Estate, situated in the county ot
Preble and State of Ohio, and describe!
as follows, to-wit;
Lots number Fifty-five (55) Fifty-six,
(56), Fifty-seven (67) and Fif ) eixht(58)
as known aad designated in the plot of
the town of North Eaton as the same is
recorded. TERM8 Ca.S'H.
J. H. BOSTICK,
Sheriff Preble county, Ohio
Campbell & Grlmore, Attorney's.
February 24, 1H70 td prf l60 -
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We are also manufacturing one horse
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Ea'on, February 10, 1860 tL
SALE OF BONDS OF THE
VILLAGE OF EATON.
SEALED bids will be rereivsd b the
undessigiei, at the Mayor's Office,
in Eaton, nniil Saturday, February 12th,
1B70, a1 o'clock, P. M., ft the sale ol
the following BONDS of the Incorporat
ed Village of Eaten. Preble County.
Ohio, to- wit :
NINETEEN BONDS for the sum of
lUU,UOeacr.. due AnguU 1st, 1871, with
per cent, interest :rom date, be inter
eat to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BONDS for tbe sura
off 100,00 each, due Aogost 1st, 1672,
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BOND8 for the earn
of $100,00 each, dee August 1st, 1373
with 7 per cent interest from date, the
interest to be puio; annually
TWENTY THREE BONDS for the
sum $100,00 each, due August 1st, 1874,
with 7 per cent, interes' from date, the
interest to be piJ annually
TWENTY-FOUR BONDS for fhe
sum of $100 00 each, dne August 1st,
1876, with 7 pe- een. interest from dste,
tne interest to be paid annually
No bid will be nceeptei for less than
the par yalue of the Bond, aadtbe money
will be required on delivery of the Bond
to the purchaser. For the faithlal pay
ment of these Bonds and interest the
faith of the Village is irrevocably pledg
Q. H. EtMosr.
1. H. Foos, Buildinr Com
H . a V ABM DSD A L,
Feb. 3, 1870 w2prf$6 O0
TO OO ALL KINDS OF
FARMING WORK! g
)dged Tools, Heavy Forging and
AU kinds ot Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE '.
IEaton, Febiuary 3. 1870 lyr.
Eggs of Pure Bred F-ncy Poul
M Oil MJM TCMMMJYG.
E have on hand tbe largest and
hast selection of rancy Poultry to
be found in the counjry. Eggs carefully
boxed and ahipped to any part of the
country. For circulars aud prices a 1-
dress N. P. BOYER & Co.,
1 m3 Parkesbarg, Chester Co., Pa.
CHESTER white PIGS.
PURE Blood Short Horn '(Durham)
Devon, Alderaey and Ayrshire
Calves, M'.-rmo, Southdown and Cots
wold Sheep Cashmere Goats, Imported
Suflolk, Essex, Berkshire and Sefton
Pigs ana all Choice Breeds of Poultry
for sale, Bead tor cirunlars and Prices.
Address N. P. BOYER ft Co.,
latj Partesburg. Chester Co., Pa,
Mott Bitters, (ff
edited, are merely wishiwaahy ttuw,
told as a beverage. Dr. Rcback't
Bitter ant .not a btneraat in any
sense of the word, but contain the
most expensive drugt known
science for Hie radical cure
Indigestion and Dyspepsia, ai
for all cases where a tonic at
restore the vital
forces in a re
and give tone to
It is now
years sine DrS,
Roback, the eel
den, came to
country and introduced the
dinatnan Blsmd Purifier;
which Urns, thousands have
cured, by its Mae, of Scrofula as
otlitr blnnrl rtinrnmr Tt
besides Hie Iodide, of Potassa ansM
Syrup of StilUngia, drugs import-'
ed Jrom oweden for its express
manufacture,, unknown and not
kept by apothe
caries tn this
single trujl will
iiiMfii r of
Blood Pills are
any Pill manu
factured for a
. - - - r I
riably establishes them as favorites
with all who uus them.
The reasons why Dr. Roback' t
mood. Pius should be kept in
try family are: Because then
be emvloued in all eases when
u family physic" is required, and
are perfectly safe in their admin
istration at all times; Because
they are made
both with and
adapting ikem lo
the use of ernes g
they eon be pur. j
chased al anu
drug store at the
price of twenty-
and Dealara in
RWJdIVE&'S SALL I
Henry P. Daeie,
t, 1 Pn
D ml. sTt
BY virtui of w stfcr of sale to A
directed U'tne Court of Com ml
Pleas of Preble r, u nfr in above stat?
case I will offer hi, pnhlic Ie st ti
door or tbe Court Jmhp, in Eaton, en
On Saturday, March bth, 187j
at I o'clock p rn. oftaid day, the folio
ing Neal Ensle situate in the few e
Gettysburg. PrebW county, Ohio, a
and e ing Tot norrioer 18 in said town
Gettysburg. bern4'fds in front and
rede keek, cotfvaU H2 square reds.
T.rw s of Sale CAbll.
DANIEL 'rV. HARSH MAN,
'"sBfrari.r. Chcsrdac, Attorney's.
February s INTO. w4 prf. 9.00.
N JB W U VI R M ! !
Have pvrobuea -She Stock formeri
'"W nr. Josepe wiisor.. and prfl
se to keep eeeatas
a? eeeatsesTiT hand at thv
old stand, oerner oi Mm., A Jturo:, st
and west of tse Ooui t House, a full su
ply of choice, raea as
1 Manama ea iWrCK. TOBACCd
ICIwAhb. candies, raisins.
The Best of FJo
In BarrIa, or in Sacks,
together with a thousand other aitietsfl
too tedious to men'igp
Country Pratt tier
ot allkiads takesiun eavchsnse for
or the highest price in oash paid for
eon, Lsrd, Butter, tc.
Sept. , lR69.inos.3.
AS8IGrNEB'S SALE I
I will nltmr mf nxt.lin i.., -1 U4.L.
. u .1, ..L . . i u r. n
On Saturday. Ma r.h 1t IR70
Af W F w" wm
The following property to -wit:
Cme sett Waon BM
ness. Ope mill Wmsdp 1 sett Fly N
one wiKti USITUV. i 1 mmm rair
a , H r w r i e. 'tf L- . n
one Lot Mill picks, one sett single
nese. one Com bUeller and ris-srin
to mention. m tai
TERMS OF RALE All earns asder
3 00 cash in head, on all earns afcove
be riven by tha nurchuar civina his
note with approved security sle
commence at ro u'aiQCk. s m , ot i
day. HEN K V MILLER,
Aesigpee of Emily Swubesx
jan. 37, 1870, mZ. pt 8,50-
Saaieria for tbe DEMOCRAT.
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