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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Baton, Thursday, April 7, 1870.
N. B. Stephens, 276
Jacob May, 446
Jas. Albert, 170
J. L. Qui nu, 876
Moses Surface, 291
B. P. Larsb, 541
W. A. Swihart, 250
J. T. Deem. 309
Geo. M. Crome, 221
John Pottenser. 336
JUSTICE OF TUB PEACE.
j. R. Stephen, 617
John McKiaatrj, 124
Hiram Johson, 885
J.E. Krog, ' 412
M. Ryan, 402
Gilea Whiting, 200
John MeKiustry, 230
G. F. White-ell, 71
H. B. Va jaoadal, 294
G. H. Eidsou, 800
W. A. Swihart, V f. . 801
Thos. Fulion, 256
O. P. Thum, 800
M. F. Stephens,
J. O. Boner,
J. B. Beatty, 60
fcteo. Wairgoner, 88
Wm. Shaalor, 166
J. M. Brown, 138
W. N. Eidsou, 182
L. G.Gould, 127
Michael Ryan, 199
P. S. Miller, 123
J, C. Boner, 167
W. H. H. Degroot, 168
Jacob Bringman, 213
J. N. Lake, v 226
Robert Miller, 214
Dr. J. B. Welsh, 160
W. C. Huston, 188
J. L. Chamb4WLsVk2 A '!
A number of our friends re
quested os to offer an induce
ment tb like Democrats of this
county tofread the "Democrat"
during this Congressional cam
paign which will soob open, and
which- will be one ot sfreat im
portance to the people, on ac
count of the Finance and Taxa
tion questions which will be the
great issues, and in order to give
the "Dcmoorat" as large a cfrcu
lation as possible, during' the
campaign, we propose to furnish
it from this time, until the 1st. or
Jauuary 1 ifT'tlf'Bl M"'M14lHf
lar! In this county there s&oula
be hundreds of new names added
.to our list, at the above low
price, and we respectfullv. re.
quest our democratic friends in
the several Townships, on the
day of the Spring Election, to
get up elabs for their own coun
ty paper, and let us commence an
organization which will prove
great service in the political
campaign which will soon open
All can have the paper from
now until Jauuary 1st., 1872,
period of nine months, for One
This is the only offer we ex
pect to make for the Campaign,
end have done this at the re
quest of several of our active De
mocrats, and hope every Demo,
crat in the county will be dispos
ed to lend his aid in accomp
lishing what is desired.
-WtWe have a terrible party
now in power, which teaches
that the powers of the State de
pend on the will of Congress.
has been far ten years almoBt
much as aman'a life was worth,
to assert the simple and sublime
doctrines of our fathers on this
Louisville h- turaed out a
nigger baby with ten fiugers on
each hand. When it arrives at
the age of radical Indiscretion,
how it will reach for things.
JName it Hen. .Butler ana we
will make it a present of a silver
A preacher residing near
Ghent, Ky., a lew days since lett
hia wile and several children,
and ran away to Indiana with
another man's wife. This is ihe
worst year for ministers since we
.Another Radical official in
New York, Collector Baily, has
feathered bis nest to the amount
of $ 200,000. at the expense of the
people, and has gone to Europe
to spend it. Foolish fellow. He
should have got elected to Con
gress and then he could hare
spent it in the United States.
wTTJiero is a strong eftort
being made to determine who is
really the author of " Shoo Fly."
A cotemporary says," We hope
they'll find him out and shoot
0k The Indians throughout
the region of Lake Superior are
starvins to death, rish are not
to be found in shallow water, and
portridges and reindeer were
never known to be so scarce. The
Chief Warden of the Hudson
Bay Company has a train of
provisions to Dog Lake fo tie
Indians, but many must die be
134fore relief reaches them.
MPIt is said that immediately
after the Editorial Convention at
Bpringfield, a revival of religion
was commenced and with great
success, too. That speaks higbly
for the good example set by the
AWThe old saying that "D d
mean men get office," is well il
lustrated by the present Con
gress. It would be hard to find
its equal in any public institution
not excepting our penitentiaries.'
Our Washington Letter.
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.,
March 25, 1870
The Republican of this city in
common with the Radical press
generally are sore over the criti
cisms of the Democratic press on
the President's going to the Cap
itol end lobbying in favor of his
pet scheme the San Domingo
purchase and this mor
defense of such debase
the Presidential position
out with a rule of the Setfgp ia,
justification; which rule tetrtaily
does give the President tb right
to a -feat in the Senate tor the
consideration of Executive busi
ness: fend the name of Washing
ton is brodght in because he did
confer with the Senate in the
manner prescribed by the rules;
but the "Second Washington-'
did not bo act. He occupied the
President's room and rent for
Senators as any other lobbyist
would do ard used his personal
influence with them, to ratify a
treaty that he had made. The
Senate was engaged yesterday
afternoon for four hours and a
hair in debating the question.
Sumner spoke three hours a
galnst die treaty. Senator Mor
ton, who is running a race witn
Drake, "the bitter," for tho lead
ership of the malignaats,-having
already out-Sumnered Sunnier,
will speak in favor of Grant's
pwt hobDy in the next executive
session. "Heaven and Earth,"
or rather power and mammon,
are being used to accomplish
this job, for job it is. Money and
moneyed men are nere doing an
in ther power. Mr. J. P. O. Sul
livau, a gentleman who appears
to be very much interested has
arrived from San Domingo with
intelligence of the vote, and very'
iudignantly denies the charges
made against the parties who
negotiated the treaty. Mr. Sul
livan had better turn his defense
n favor of the President, as he
a 1 1 lL
is the only ono on woam mere
seems to be any doubt as to mo
lives. The jobbists are, in the
public eye, "dead to rights"
the detectives say. If the Presi
dent has no finger in the pie, di
rectly or indirectly, he is a grea
ter ass than I thought him finan
cially. The Court Journal (For
ney's Chronicle) is out with
long article, in which he assumes
to disprove all that has been
urged against the purchase
by wiud aud vapor, rorney can
write more aud say less than
ny other ?ietv8aper man in the
country. This is one of the big
gest jobs ot this session, else w hy
the strong Government ring and
of that kind who are the Presi
dent's immediate Iriends and the
moneyed power that are here at
work? The phrensied persistence
ot Grant, knowing his love of
ease and his idolatry oi mam
mon, is of itself more than e
noogh to bring suspicion upon
him. I opine Grant will 6uc
ceed in this race as he has the aid
of Ben. Butler and it Is currently
reported, Butler's denial to the
contrary, that Butler will go in
to the Cabinet in ense of his car
rying the ratifications of the trea
ty. The President is now a can
didate for the succession ia
1872. He has at last realized
that which I have astated so
often in my letters that Boutwell
was using his power and patrou-
nge as Secretary ot the lreasury
to effect his own nomination in
1872. Mr. Boutwell is a repre
sentative man, and the Eastern
Radicals know they can trust
him; and then he has the bond
holding interest, capitalists, Na
tional Banks and monopolies
generally at his back. Such a
man is dangerous. Grant finds
that notwithstanding be has gone
so far in Radicalism as Wendell
Phillips he cannot have a friend
(Hoar) confirmed for Supreme
Judge, his Cuban policy more
than likely to be snubbed, his
Sau Domingo job only will be
carried by the same influences
that any other lobbyist carries
bis, and very naturally casts
around for some way out. Some
mention Butler for the Secretary
of State. Well, if Butler has hie
choice I think he will choose the
Treasury, he having a greater
taste and more experience that
General Grain's way out is to
get rid of Boutwell soon and that
will kill him, most probably. Put
Butler in the place of Fish who
is no advantage to Grant polit
ically, and Butler will control
men in both Houses. Place an
other in the Treasury who will
run it entirely in the interest of
Grant and something will have
been accomplished. At present
Boutwell, whatever power he
has, will not further the ends of
his rival, and besides he was
forced on Grant in the first place,
and it will only be when Grant
is assured by such men as Butler,
Morton and Drake that he will
part with Boutwell, though he
dearly wishes it. I merely give
rumor w ith regard to the change,
but rest assured that Busy B. B.
is working for something and he
Lwill turn it up. -The party of
"moral ideas" gathered their for
ces together the other evening
and marched gaily, with banners
flying and band plajwig, to the
reeidenee of the Senator from
Mississippi, the dusky Revels,
and in response to resolutions
and compliments he returned
thanks. Among the twaddle
i at he got off" were these wotds:
I thipk that Congress must in
a short time give to the rebel
States such laws as will set them
upon permanent basis, and we
kPorfTrora experience that the
people of that section will never
be satisfied with anything that is
mild.-. Nothing but strong laws
will bring them where they ought
to bi. And while 1 am in Con-i
gress of the United States 1 will
do my best to see that those laws
are formed." And when allusion
was made to strong laws, which
every one knew meant the bayo
net in the hands of the blaak and
white radicals, and submission
for the white Democrat, from the
throats of the degraded whites
went Hp a shout of approval.
Here in the Capital of our once
honored country was displayed
tho humiliating spectacle of
negro, backed up by a scUm of
Yankee lick-spittles, dictating
that strong laws shall be made
for that brave aud chivalrous
people from whom has sprung
a line of soldiers, orators, states
men and jurists, from the time
the fist philip'c was uttered and
the first sword was drawn against
England's power until they felt
constrained by Yankee machina
tions and deviltry to leave the
Union, that shines resplendent
on the pages of our country un
dimmed by a single dishonor.
it not enough that laws that
would disgrace a nation of sava
ges are being passed but that the
people of the whole country
must be insulted by negro ora
tors who do not speak unadvised
ly but who are thrust forth
tire the patience of the Sooth
order that they may, smarting
under the uncalled tor insults
that are heaped upon them,
or say something to give excuse
to fasten upon them forever the
rule of the military. This is their
pldti and the negro is but their
puppet, if he was not 'he would
know that such language is not
calculated to cultivate kindly
feelings between his color and
the whites. Yesterday in
House the chairman cf Military
- 1 Affairs, General Logan, stated
reply to a question from General
Mungen whether there was any
thing at all reflecting ou his
character or motives in the least
degree in the appointment of ca
dets? "That if there had been
anythinir in the evidence which
showed any corruption on the
part of the gentleman from Ohio
(Mr. Mungen) we should have
made a report to the House a
gainst him, but we found no
such evidence." No one thought
otherwise, it was
onlv done to
corruption and so far as those
who know General Mnngen were
concerned the report made no
difference, but to the outside
world it was necessary to prove
the false maliciousness of the
charge, or rather slander. Lo
gan's Army bill wili not pass the
Senate, it will be materially a
mended and changed, besides
one of the forcea of Radicalism
is the bayonet, without which it
cannot exist and that will have
some weight with our despots.
Lowns. There is a charm
abouat the green lawn, the flow
er?, the swell, ig buds, and the
tender shoots, that Make each
summer month one of delight as
well as of toil. It sdds very much
to the effect of tne lawu to have
it kept trim. A Jawn mower is a
necessity where there is mnch
turf Excellent hand mowers
are to be had. With these the
grass can be cut when two inches
high, and the clippings left to act
as a mulch and fertilltzer.
With tne scythe, the grass
must be four inches high to cut
readily, and then the crop must
The mowing must be per
formed with regularity, or it is
impossible to obtain a uniform
velvety green surface. To mow
close is to encourage the nine
grasses and kill out the coarse
William Mitchell of Miami county, in
the State of Indiana, and Henry P.
Swain of Santa Clara county, in the
State of California, will take notice
that Owen W. Peck of the county, of
Wayne, in the State of Indiana-, did on
the 223th day ot .March 1870, file hi
petition in the Court of Common Pleas
within and fot the county of Preble, in
the State of Ohio, agtinst the said Wil
liam Mitchell and Henry P Swain, de
fendants, getting forth that on the 12th
day of November, 1844, the said Mitch
ell sold to the said Swain the following
premises situate in the county of Preble
and State of Ohio, and in the township
ot Jenerson, and Bounded ace describ
ed as follows .Being a part of the South
west quarter of section 28, township, 9,
range 1, east beginning at the vountv
road, on the line of Isaac Taylor's land
thence westward akMg said road to an
Kiiea tree trence northward, running
with a certain OaK tree to Robert Scotts
south lino thence east along said line
to the north west corner of said Isaac
Taylor's land thence south along said
Taylor' 8 line to the place of beginning,
containing 15 acres more or less that
said Swam took possession of said Real
Estate, and paid the consideration mon
ey in full, as stipulated for in an article
of agreement entered into between said
Mitchell and Swain, but which agree
ment by mistake did not correctly de
scribe the premifes aforesaid intended
to be and which was sold, that raid
Mitchell failed to make said Swain a
deed therefor, that on the 21st day of
Febmary 186b, said swain by a quit
claim Deed, attempted to convey said
premises to said Owen W. Peck, who has
had possession of '.ho same ever since,
that to description of said premises ie
said deed is also erroneoos and incorrect
and praying that said Mitchell may be
ordered and decreed to convey said pre
mises by a correct description to the said
Henry P. Swain, or to this plaintiff, as
said Swain assignee, that (aid Swain,
said Mitchell shall be decreed
to convey the same by correct d
scription to this plain' iff, or in defaultof
either or both ot them complying with
the order and decree of the court in that
respect, that the dectee ot the Court be
declared to operate as such conveyance
and that the said William Mitchell and
Henry P. Swain are notified that they
are required to appear and answer said
petitition on ,-r oefore the third Saturday
after the 12th day of May next.
OWEN W. PECK,
By Miller & Habris, hia Att'ys.
D. B. Moraow, Clerk.
March 31, 1870 w6 prf26,T3.
SALE OF BONDS OF THE
VILLAGE OF EATON.
EALED bids will be received b the
underiignej, at the Mayor's Office,
in Eaton, nnii! Saturday, February 12th,
1870, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the sale
the following BONDS of tbe Incorporat
ed V mage ot .baton, t reble Uounty,
' lio, to-wit:
NINETEEN BONDS for the sum
$100,00 each, due Auguct 1st, 1871, with
7 per cent, interest from date, the inter
eat to be paid annually.
TWENTY TWO BONDS for the sum
of $100,00 each, due August 1st, 1872,
with 7 per cent, interest from date, the
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY-TO BONDS for the sum
of $100,00. each, due August 1st, 1373,
with 7 percent, interest from date,
interest to be paid annually.
TWENTY THREE BONDS for
sum $100,00 each, due August 1st, 1874,
with 7 per cent, interest from date,
interest to be piid annually.
TWENTY-FOUR BONDS for
sum of $100,00 each, doe August
1875, with 7 per 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 the Bond
to the purchaser, r or the faithful pay
ment of these Bonds and interest
faith of the Village is irrevocably pledg
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J. H. Foos, Building Com.
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Notice is hereby given, that tbe under
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ROBERT SCOTT, deceased.
CEPHAS J. BEAM, Adm'r.,
with the Will Annexed
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Have purrhaaed the Stock formerly
owned by Mr. Joseph Wilson, and pro
pose to keep constantly on hand at the
old stand, corner ot Mai.i ki Baron ste.,
and West of the Court House, a full sup
ply of choice, such as
COFF EES, SUGAR, TEA,
CIGARS. CANDIES, RAISINS,
The Best of Flour!
In Barrels, or in Sacks,
together with a thousand other articles
too tedious to mention.
of all kinds taken in exchange for goods
or the highest price ia cash paid for Ba
con, Lard, Butter, fcc.
Sept. 2, 1869 mos 3.
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
dged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All kinds oi Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE I
nan Prices Reasonable
Eaton, Febi uary 3 1870 lyr.
Eggs of Pure Bred Fancy Poul
M OR MM ETC Mi JWtSr .
E have on hand the laru-est and
best selection of Fancy Ponltry to
be found ia the country. ' Esg carefully
boxed and shipped to any part of the
country. For circulars and prices a I-
dress N. P. BOYER Co ,
1 m3 Parkesburg, Chester Co., Pa.
Notice to Builders.
EALED proposals will be received
ntil the 2nd day ol April, A. D.
1&70 at 12 M for tbe purpose of build
ing a School House, in Sub-District No.
10. in Washington township, Preble
county. Ohio. For Specifications, call
on B. F. Larsh, township Clerk, in Ea
ton, where bids will be received ap to
that time. The Board r serves all right
to reject any or all bids cot deemed lea
By order of the Board of
John Kisling, Clerk.
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HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
br Dr. C. M. Jaaksoe. PhtlslstofcSS
Ttor Istrodootlao Into tkli oounUr free 1
mrr curkd toubj
FATHERS AUD MOTHJfBaa,
And will nmjond yoarohlldraa. Tha? m
OTDtnUoni now BZLB In
alld Blum or Tonl
ration, or aayihtaw
ttkaon; bet good, hooaat, raliabU madlatoaa.
diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
II Blaiam mrtalna: faaa m Dtatr.
Llvar, Stomach, or
mpvBirr or tbm blood.
25l BiTtiT. iJioiSS"-
trarn. Diairart tor Food. robMM
or Weight in the Stomaoh,
Boar Bh-uotatlons, Sinking-
or Fluttering at the
Fit Of the Stomach, Bwim
mlmr of the Head. H'imaj or
Difficult Breathing. Fluttering
at the Heart, ,aaaaaw Choking O a
When tn a Ly-1 JiJ -t2
Simness Of Baawa-W Vudoa. otg
or Weba before the Sight, Dull
Fain In the Head, Dendanoy
Of Perspiration. Yell owns
of the Skin aid Bits,
Fain In the Side,
Back, Cheat, Limba, etc..
Sudden Fluahea of Heat, Barn
lag in tho Flash, Constant Imagining
f Bvll and Great Depression of Spirt tav
Ml aVaw aaVaw( eVaniM if l Za'aar ar XHMaM
oar anal noawoo. .
at wilM aaeava Mao.
Hoofland's German Pltlert
Is entirely regetsble, and eentalne mm
Honor. It la a eanaaasd ot trivial Bp
trarte. Tne Root a, Herka. anal atarkl
from which theae extract are annate
nre gmthered gaaanaw i n Oei nanny.
All tfce medlT elnnl vlrtnen
nre extracted AWrrom '
a leUatliessw eB.'mtot.lkjas
extract are then forwarded to this
country to be need expreaaly for tne
...nikrtnm ai thru Buiara. Therein
re oi lay iuu n"a
HI i (era, hence 1 1st
at can be need la
.lie etlmnlanta ar
Hoofland's German Tonlo
Urn anabtaaWia a eB flU atn iJliab mf Ou BWtmm.
milk mm Santa CVa Hum, Oranot, tic Jt is naaf
fmr JU mm tHatft a Man, M eaav eaVra earn
wwrt aJcalkettc etaaehu U raoirfrari. Fee wa aar tm
mini that Out rrmtditt an enuraiy differ ant fnm .
mm eOara aaWMaanr tht aurttOu Hmmm aamaV
Out mow rtentijic yrrparalumt if mtdieinml in a ill,
taMb Ma eC ar mm imrhtrnt of nan in ansa
arm. Tl TONIC U dtUdl, cm. of "
Jmt and agrttabU rnudiu nrr offer
JU UuU is omrultiU. It is a pltatwrs to lokt tt, mails tmt
llfj jMnj. snXilaratina, and an weal aanMMM anas
easJsd Ulcbt knarnn as Ou gnalsst of all liai aa
ntenj Is m aaanbnat
BiUsrt ar Tame in
a of MOtf.
riar U tAs WAaU
mtK la difftst H,fmryjf tks Maad,rr a aa Hni
ksaUAy oompUsxan, rradicatt the ytltno ting from SW
aya, imgmn a tlaan taOa amtii, and mmamt to yiaHa
from a iaarr trmihni, mmariattd, mak, and awm
tmmalid, ta afuU faatd, Hsnd, and m go, out ptrmm.
Weak and Delicate Children are
ana ate etrong by nalng the Kitten or
Task. Ia Art, they are rnaitly medt
etnes. They ena he adanlnlatexed with
perfect aniety to n child three aaoa
Id, tan naoat
f deUcnt fesnale, or a
aw Anew, and mill mm all iittmttt I'linaWnf jw
ts,,tm aanaaia aMaeeara; aaaayaw
tt krp your iigtHmr lljaal
ksaUhg I wceaauwea, y Ma mm
mmtiu, anawwnnnaaee' aa ibiian ndt
f Man i anaVn,
TK bsl wmn in to en Mil 1
TKOM HOST. QXO. W. WOODWAhD,
FluuMiriu, March IS, lSOT.
Bitlsws it nm an I
UttUmtmnrar, but it a goad (onia, ustftU tm msu mru
nf Ma aajaalin wntaa, ant f groat hft m, aaana
mmOMg amd mdmntms .clum, n Ou nataau
a W. WOOD W 4MB.
rssou now. jaukb thompso,
JwSge ol the Supreme Court ot Panaavlveme.
raiLADSLraiA, A pru ta 1M
ladtgeatlonanatn annaaor Dyapepain.
nOM BXT. JMIPE H. KSVKAKD, D. D,
Paator of tha Ta
anb Baptlat Chorea, fblhnelaMsa
-Daia fta-. aaa aawVaaaaaaW
of mm maau nn i iiaanmiWae a
i.., tm mo man famOm. of Ma aarwMIW ar or.
BoafLam, On mux BM i, I depart fmr ono from mm
tiii mm nut tnwilawia as nrsw
.! J.MIli. , ,V .VHf-m aiwl MianUIlT tor LAVW
Comolalnu it la nav naasuf, and valuable
red.- km! nmt ,
a aary bonejtcial
uu ila ilai I of tt. 1
e ea. .
of tit aiefati mamn tn aca aaaaa
w atom Blttere, 1 OO I
FrtM.' Tonle, 1 SO por bottlaj
r, aualf deaen for 1 SO.
" -,T-j tmr ax Ofl.
The tonic la pat ap la qaart bottlaa.
ne ami a is Dr. HoatlanoVs German
- . . Hotouonltu ' and m hidhm
Zundtd ; and do Mnannaaw a Ou p'Ofgitst
Zndnc w 'a. o-Wey ri4 fcl ka
Za. tar "last . Mg'oi, beaaw. a
mJL W'tsafcamT Ttttm daae
sues mOl b mat bg emprts to an locea ape aapMea
PRMCIPAL OK PICK,
eta THE OEiXAN XBSIOWB BTOH
Ma. an JMCM MTMMMT, iflnl 1 Urn
CHAS M. KVAHS,
Wormevly O. K- JAOXSOa OO.
BM Remedlea nre er ante hy Drag,
(tata, naorekeepera, and Medletae lanl
ana every where.
Ma net fmrfot la waiu ncD Mt aratcu paa tan, ee
no alroDolir nmuu
In paaiaanndlaa the
aaaaaaa aaiiere alcahl
h .nl, niiLea-e la,
Wigfmjrr orlsThr )fjMCM awwi
ava- to ait tht tn