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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
KDIYED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, May 26th, 1870
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A. White Citiaenship, Troo Trade
-Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration under the Old Cen
atitutton and HO compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
policy of m centraliaed despotism.
Still Legislating for the Nigger.
A-bill bs passed the lower
House of Congress, without de
bate, imposing a fine and im
prisoment on any person who. re
sorts to any device or hindrance
to prevent colored persons from
voting." This kind of legislation
is of a piece with all that has
preceded it with reference to the
odious and detesable farce and
fraud of negro suffrage. This
bill is another biow of a trait
orous and despotic Congress to
override the rights of the States
and force them to change their
State rovem merits so as to con
form to the unconstitutional,
frauds lent, tyran'cal and nation
destroying Fifteenth Amend
ment. If the States do not exercise
the powers that legally andjright
folly belong to them, in their or
ganic and sovereign capacity,
and resist the hellish aggressions
of this hideous devllism, they
will find themselves stripped of
every sacred and reserved Tight,
and in absolute subjection the
will of a partizan Congress whose
every act is characterized by
fraud and crime.' There is bat
one way out of this climax of in
famy, and that is to resist
these infernal schemes, if you
have to cut the throats of this
Tilliaoons Congress from car to
ear. Disregard every law to
enforce this vile and rainons
fraud, and let the world ki.o
that American fr emeu s-.ll
have enough ..patriotism, selfre.
spect aud love for the White -Republic
of Washington, to suffer
monstrous abominations to be
engrafted upon our body politic
The Federal Constitution and
a White Citizenship are the on
ly means of saving us from eter
nal wreck and ruin.
It will cost f 30 penalty if you
refuse to answer the Census tak
questions this year.
For the Eaton Democrat.
A Politioal Misisonary.
Editors Eaton Democrat. The
Honorable, Wm. Harris, of Mont
gomery County, payed us a visit
to instruct us in our duties to
wards "Ms friend"Geu,l Schenck.
The eaid William, is the an me
person, who steads indicted for
various frauds against our vener
able uncle Samuel and is there
fore a proper person to give in
structions how, and for wbom
.we should vote for Congress.
He knov s Schenck.
A GREAT VICTORY!
New Tork, the Empire State
of tho Union the great center
of American enterprise and en
ergy is ine second atate to re
spond to the Fifteenth. Amend
ment swindle' the laud grant rob
beries and tariff monopolists.
First came Connecticut, and now
we have New Tork, with its
thundering majority of sixty or
seventy thoorand for tbe Dem
oeratic party. Is there not i
hope for Ohio in utober, with
this result in New York in May?
is there not a corta'nty?
MTThe villainous school officers
oat in Iowa have expelled a lady
teacher tor kissing the large
boys. She claimed it is the best
way in the world to conquer un
ruly scholars, aud it is. Our de
vil after reading the above, ex
claimed, "Ob, Lordy! we ased to
be conquered three or four times
s day In that way, by the hand
somest school mar ru," and he
says he 64 would't mind being
conquered every day in tbe same
way." What a boy.
To make ad ver Using pay, it
must be stuck to with all the per
tinacity that is indespensible to
success in the prosecution of
every other art. There are some
men in the country who spend
fifty thousand, and others who
spend one hundred and fifty
thousand per annum for adver
tising, and every one of them
getting rich out of advertising,
The "Infernal" Revenue.
Of all the miserable, dwrepul-
able, vile, blots, blurs, people
robbing, infamous and damnable
curses that ever annoyed, op
pressed, plundered, pillaged
and rapined a people, without
the least semblance of justice we
think the -'Infernal'' Revenue
law is ahead of all other outrages
fastened opou us by the Lincoln j
administration. It was misnam
ed. It should have been "Infer
nal Revenue" for it makes Mars,
thieves and perjurers of all who
detest and despise the infamy
and their number is legions. It
should be wiped from our statute
books, and the cunning scound
rels who coaoovited it, aud the
outlaws who voted it upon the
people, be driven from among
a freedom-loving and tyranny
hating people, and may the Lord
have mercy upon their poor des.
Another Schenck Missionary.
Frank McWhiney, fresh from
Washington city, was here a few
days ago feeling tbe pulse on
Bob Scbenck's prospect. We
don't think he received much
comfort. He could have got
more satisfaction about those two
hundred barrels of flour he never
accounted for, if he had made
some enquiries, What business
lias he meddling in this District?
Who will be the next feeler ?
Is Bob ashamed about this
CARPET BAG CANDICATE
sPHLbHIbW aflH HbPLbbbbw
"And the Colord Troops Fought
young Artist, Jos.
Hainbs, who is now in Cincinnati,
learning that there would be an
independent carpet bag Hadfcsal
present himself in this District
for the "suffering" of the people,
for the place now misrepresented
by Bob. Schenck in Congress,
ha forwarded us the above as a
jac similie of the 'geromen'. He
an nonces himself as follows :
Fellah. Citizens. For by dat
patriotic an' ennobling title I now
have da pleasure of dressin' you
yes, I repeat Fellah Ciiizbns;
when de nation was nearly
strangled by de disloyal rebel
lious hands of Southern traitors,
and northern copperheads, did
de colord men rt ait to be drag
gcd from deir homes like dogs :
no; dey bravely seized de musket
and rushed to de front an dare
midst toundern' of cannon, buetin'
of shells, storms of bullets, clouds
of smoke an' clash of arms, stood
firm as de rock of ages, until de
very enemies were lorcea to ex
claim : iAnd de colord troops
fought bravely !'
Ag'iu, I ask where would our
glorious Union have been to-day,
if "do colored troops had
not fought bravely?' Dare
is not a "loil"' man bat
knows It would have been a mass
of shattered fragments ! And
what does a rescued people offer
deir generous deliverers for
such valuable services ? The
paltry privilege of paying fifty
cents poll tax, and two dollars a
year tax, for putting a ticket into
de ballot box to elect white trash
fat offices! For dis "decolored
troops fought bravely l"
Ob, my fellah citizens, de year
jubiio has come, and could
you feel as I feel, you would ex
claim in tones of thunder :
Never will we de patriotic savi
ours of dis union, be contentend
with bo small a boon, for de col
ored troops fought bravely."
Yes, fellah citizens, we want
and must have our share of po
itie'laud judici'l office; our share
Contractors; our share of Com-
missio tiers; our share of Council.
men: our share of Legislator; our
ase of Congressmen: and
our Senators, and our turn
President; "for de colored
troops fought bravely
Wo deniund an' will liav
without sfftiJr-sKlo-j, our place in
de hotels, in de church, theatre
or 'cademy, and social as well at
political equality, for "de colored
troops fought bravely !"
I 'spect as de casion permits to
'pear before you again, an in de
meantime "kick up your heels"
and sing :
Cnalk and Ivory, heels and shin t,
Sambo a glory now begins 1
Ew bar's de ticket fetch em straight
I votes early, I vote la'e.
I votes often, I rotes right;
Ise no ignorant ous white
De glory of de risin' day,
The culled cusa from Africa.
JajnJby, pia&y, stinfcy, Ob !
Golly, bos, dis isnt slow!"
Our Washington Letter.
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 20th 70.
The Committee, investigating the
charges against General O. O. Howard,
will close iheir labors in abuot two weks.
Gen Wood, claims that the prosecution
have fully proven all of the charges
made, and have unearthed aditional
corruption. The report is looked for
wita great interest. 1 ne committee on
the District of Columbia, yesterday,
agreed to report a bill providing for a
uuifoim system of education in this ex
perimenting ground of Radicalism. In
order to carry out the idea, so often ex
pressed by Radical orators, that a miss
giving oi the race is necessary to the
success of their party, in other words
Yankee domintion, it has been deter
mined that in prejudices, as they term
them, of the Whites against the negro
can only be dissipated by actual contact
with them and that the most effectual
manner of reaching this congumation is
to mix them in the schoo's which will no
doubt, be done here preparatory to mak
ing a law to this effect, for the whole
country has already proposed in Con
gress. The Yau&ea free lovers who rule
hero and who have arrived at that ad
vanced stag rniscegem tion ,which is
poetical in its workings have taken their
text from Pope, slightly altered, and in
tend ca-rying out the hint therein con
tained, ft is as follows :
'Dinah it a pictute of such frightful
'To he disguting needs but to be seen;'
"Yet seen too oft, familiar with her face,'1
"We first endure, then pity, then
Those at a distance would be fdamb-
found at the laxity of morals displayed
br the ''Salt of earth" party here. I
am well aware how hard it ia to believe
that the morals of one party ot men are
better than anothe : bat the legitimate
ro Its of tbe teachings or tne Eastern
free lovers, crops oat in the looseness
with which they hold the marriage tie,
and their talk of affinites ana" -the great
love they bear the degraded negro who
is practically carved out here, much to
the disguet of -more " persons .who hare
what they contemptuously call 'Trior boas
ideaar with regard to those ties which
alone binds society together . respect
purity end virtu. . Thr Athetotic base
ball club of Philadelphia were beaten
yesterday by the Olyini -& ty tn
a finely contested game. The Olympics
won by 14 toll. A great victory as
the A.theletics are on of the best clnba
the country- It fs stated that Mr.
Davis, chairman of the appropriation
Committee, intends shortly to make au
uther speech on the aDDrOoriationa fo
the next fiscal year, in which fie Will takej
an entirely diBerent standpoint trom tbat
he assumed at the b. gining of the pre
eat session. Mr. Davis mad two speech
es, owe in which he attacked the admin
istration aa being was totally extravagant
bat he was "seen by Urant aoa mam
pulated to the extent of hts going, to
JX ew Hampshire ana disavowing all that
he had prevlous.'y uttered in the House
a few weeks previous. When be got
back he was astted some questions by
the Democratic members and he flound
ered about considerably, but wat favor
able to his last love, the President and
economy reform ; where he will be fon-'d
when he makes his ad rertised speech will
be hard to say, but no doubt, be has good
reasons for making large appropriations,
being the cheapest in the end, on the
principle "that a long way around ia
the shortest way across." In the .House
yesterday the discussion on the Diploma
tic and Consular bill was lively, rich and
animated; taking qnte a personal torn.
The Democrats wanted to send to Roie
a Minister resident instead f a Cocsui,
as was the rule some years back. Mr
Banks. "Bad," also desired it and gave
hia reasons- Mr. Cox was in favor of
abolishing the position of all foreign
ministers aa has been proposed in the
Biitish Parlimeats, but if any were to be
sent on should be sent to Rome, the
mother of art, science, and literature, as
well as to Turkey, a heathen Mhorao-
dan; Polygamous nation. Healsopitch
ed into the tranceadentaliim and free
loveism of Massachusetts- Mr. Davis,
of Massachusetts, opposed the sending
of a Minister to Borne and very plainly
ihow d tha the was actuated by a narrow
illiberal, bigotry and sauaticism which is
common to bis section. Sir. o rooks .'
advocated sending Rome a Minister res
ident, and opposed to the puritanic
Dawes to cast aside his religions preiu-
uices anu act ibitij uuu uueraiiy. bit.
s - i . . . r: 1 i f:t lt V.
Bincham got off a trial against th
Catholic church, aad the Pope's aylla
bus, in which he hi played considerable
venom. Mr. Law dragged an tbe
dead and buried, false, charge that Mr
Brooks was a know-nothing ; mat the
blatherskite -'Honest'' John Covode,
who has no better sense than to glory in
being a Know-nothing, added the weight
of his ignorance to tbe same charge,
amid the convulsive laught r of members
on both sides of the House, who think
that Congress shoald vote "Honest"
John a suit of motley and a rap and
hells. Mr- Voorhees delivered a most
scathing rebuke to Mr. Dawes for his
onfareness and for -the want of candor
in charring Mr. Brooks' with being a
Know-nothing after he had heard him
deny it on three different occasions.
Bis stricture on Danes want of charity.
kindness and fair dealing were most se
vere. He also alluded to Dawes ances
tors, who had burned witches, and eon
vents ; and the brutal spirit that caused
sacking and burning of churches and
would have burned catholics if they
dared. Mr. "Voorbees also addressed
himself to Mr. Brigham whose intoler
ane did not surprise him as he had no
reasons to tnina inai ne naa one Kind
feeling for any member of the catholic
chureh, and consequently his bittei de
clamation against Rome waa not surprts
ing, Mr- Voorhese spoke most eloquent,
'y of the ancient greatness of the country
of the ceasaris, aud ot etcero and oi her
history, and did not want the whole
Wur d to noint to us and say, mac me
American Goveraaaeny lied sundered In r
diplomatic relations with a government
simply on account of her religious faith
He also spoke of the Radical htte ot the
foreigner and the catholic, aad that they
now say 'we have got the nigger, and
the dutch arid irish may go. Mr. Voor
hees is ever the champion of the cause
of the poor, the oppressed, the weak, or
of the jnat rights of the people against
tyranny whether it be political or relig
ions, sectional or personal, and a modest
determined foe to bigotry, hypocracy
cant and fanaticism. Mr. Brigham
stnag to the quick by U e remarks of Mr.
Voorhere, got the floor aad again drag
ged religio i into the argument, and
nded. in Bingham style the ob
. . l t a? at. nil AhnrAll
(Mr. Dawes then said that he knew Mr
i - i ni ins cut tne vtuJ
Ttmntt had denied being a Know-notn
ing, but that did not alter the tact. Such
a lack of gentlmanly courtesy, springing
from what ever cans ifmsy, either from
want of good breeding, abseence sf gen
tlemanly! instincts, or Was of temper
cannot well be overlooked by gontlamon.
Mr. Dawes made series of midstatesae--ts
which Jfr. Voorbees a once corrected.
Mr. Brooks again denied be'ng a Know--nothing
and was traveling abroad during
that excitement. He asked. Has the
gen'leman from Massachusetts (Mr.
Duwe.) no sense of pnpriety ? Has he
ao sense of shame ? Sir, the gentleman
fcnew full wall he was teiiieg an tintrnth
when he made the remark2! ' Such are
the weapons of Radicalism, lies and
miarepesentation. Mr. Hoar, another
Puritan, came to the rescue and made
a bigamy harangue and atcused the
Democratic members witk baing the pi
litical frieads of those who burnt our
sol Hers alive at Fort Pillow, and burned
asylums in New x'ork, ant hung negro -a
to lamp posts the grestst confusion
prevailed. Mr. Voorbees rose in hi.
seat aad above the din hi clarion voice
rang out "every word the gentleman
said was false and he knows it." Cries of
order order. For a long time the great
eat disorder prevailed Mr. Voorheea
said that in view of what Mr- Hoar bad
said, he would retract no word -f what
he had said, and he did not. The spirit
of religions intolerance and bigotry in
the Radical party was shown in this live
Court House "Rat" Dificulty
—Give it Air.
The following coaimunicatior.
will fullv explain several article?
that have heretofore appeared in
the columns of the Democrat in
referenco to the Court-House 'Rat
difficulty. Without -comment
we . commend it to tbe public.
Here it is :
Eaton Ohio, May 30, 70
Baton Democrat : -
ABL our correspondent UD. Q."
has given Bro: Lakes statement
of the difficulty among sofuu of
the Cnaaty officers ftutLQlhcr.
and has promise
salt of an interview with me, I
prefer to raa.e a statement over
my own signature. The first In
timation of anything v. rong be
tween our Revenue officials and
myself, was the receipt of the
UNITED STATES INTERMAN REVENUE.
Asset Assessors Office. 3d Dis't,
Eaton, April 2nd, 1870.
W. H. LOUGH, ESQ.
Sir: In making
up the amount of In come' I have increas
ed the amount of fees of County Recor
der, from SS 50,00 to $145 00, I give
yon this notice, in order that yon may
have an opportunity to appeal to the
District Assessor, who will hear and de
termia all appeals on -the 2nd day oi
April, Respectfully Yours.
Jno R. Stephen, Ass't Assessor.
Having learned that Bro Lake,
was one of the parties in the
proceedings, if not the prime
mover, (I responded ' as follows :)
RECO'DIS OFFICE, PREBLE County. O.,
Eaton, O., April 4, 1870
JNO. R. STEPHEN,
Sia: Yours of tho 2nd
inat. informing me that too have taken
exception to my statement of Iacoma
for 1869 i-. .recieved. In reply, I have
but for to say that I demand of you, that
yon with yoor official accomplice (Dept
CoL Lake.) calf at my office at such
times aa you may naaie, and investigate
cay income t t yourseUee. loi shall
have every facility within mr power for a
thorough mvestigatioa. I will also hold
myself ia rvadiness to answer anvaues-
tion, and put the same in writing that
you ma) require in the case. I also re
quest you to lurni,h me with a true copy
c . i r tr . . . .
of letter sent by you' to District Assessor
in reference to this case. Youra, Ac-
W. H. LOUGH.
Accordingly the officials cal
led at my office and after turn
ing page after page of my record
for tbe year 1869, they no doubt,
were.; very much disappointed
to find their charge an entire
failure. I then requested a state
ment from then, of the result
of this examination, Stephen, re
luctantly consented, but our pi
ous, christian, official Lake, who
willingly made the 'charge, ac
cepted my demand to investigate,
and no doubt wauld have more
willingly have prosecuted, had
there been a pretext, positively
refused to sign snob a statement,
or retract. Rut in due time I
received the following, which
speaks for Its self
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
Aesessor's Office, 3d Dist. Ohio
Lebanon, April 8th, 1870.
W. H. LOUGH, Eaton, Ohio.
Deab Sib: In
answer to yours of 16 b icst., I have to
say that Ass As i gussor Jim. R. Stephen
informs me ihuui 'company with i. N.
Lake, he visited your office and made an
examiiatioi df the receipts of the same,.
and that'they were satisfied that von did
not it idemtate the same in mekin; tour
return. tKtift ftu statement I have dt
rer.tet that your reurn he entered upon
the lit at made fry you, thus rendering
it unnecesaunj fnr any further actfn in
GEO. B. JOHNSON.
GEO. B. JOHNSON. Assessor.
As there is nothing in this af
fair so far as I am concerned
that I have any desire to keep
secret, the pnblic now have the
facts, and may judge tor them
selves, how much credit these
officials have done themselves or
their Department in this case as
also tbe probable motives, that
prompted them in the proceed
W. H. LOUGH.
We would not proscribe what
orie should eat or drink, but we
do protest aerainst Clerks in
stores eating Onions, and inflict
ing their nanseauting breath up
on customers who come to buy
It is a nuisance which should
not be tolerated, and is exceed
inyly offensive to the ollfactories
of many persons. If those who
eat Onions desire a breath per
fnme, let them take the remedy
proscribed by a Fhysician tor a
women who had bad breath.
Martial law should at once be
declared and tbe habeas corpus
suspended. A flagrant secesb
outrage has been perpetrated in
Nashville, Tennessee. A juven
ile base ball club has been or
ganized in that rebellious city,
and its insurrectionary members
have dubed themselves. "The
Young Rebs." And then an un
reconstructed rose bush, in N ew
Orleans flaunts the Confederate
colore red, white, and blue.
All of which prove that whole
South should be at once vig
orously reconstructed. Let an
invading army of ten thousand
more carpet-baggers, Yankee
school-teachers, and Radical
whelps be sent down there, with
orders to spank tbe sonny south
into abject submission to New
England rule. That's the only
way to do it.
W. H. LOUGH. An Ordinance
PROVIDING FOR THE PURCHASE
AND ERECTION OF
STREET LAMPS AND
LIGHTING THE SAME IN
THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE
OF EATON, PREBLE
Section 1. Be it ordained by
the. Council cf the Incorporated Vil
lage of Eaton, Preble ooaaty, Ohio; that
for tbe purpose of Lighting tho atieets in
said corporation. It shall be lawful for
the Council to purchase aad erect oa
suitable posts such number of Coal Oil,
Gasolene or such other variety or char
acter of Lamps aa may be deterarined
upon by the Council and to ft erected at
snch points and in such numbers aa the
necessities aad convenience of the Cor
poration may require and as shall be di
rected from time to time by resolution of
Section 2. That any time af
ter the taking effect of this ordinance it
shall be lawful for the Council through
tne L or poration tjlerk to Advertise lor
sealed proposals for the purchase and
erection in said Corporation of snch
number and kinds of street lamps and
lamp posts as may be the Councildirect
ed said advertisements shall be made
said sealed proposals received and ac
cepted or rejected in all respects in ac
cordance with ibe provisions of section
562 of the municipal coda of thr- State of
Ohio and to tbat end and for that pur
pose said Section 662 is hereby adopted
and made a part of this section of this
Section 8. That for the pur-o-
defraying the expenses incurred in the
purchase and erection of said Lamps and
posts furnishing burning material and
lighting the same there ahall be levied
annually on the taxable property of the
Corportion on tbe duplicate of the coun
ty a rate of tax not greater in amount
than One Mill aad One-Half to the Dol
Jar. Said tax when so levied, shall be
certified by the Corporation Clerk to the
county Auditor to be collected as other
taxes, and which "said tax, when collected
shall be denominated the "Street Lamp
Section 4. That for tbe pur
pose of furnishing burning material for
said lamps it shall be lawful for theConn-
cil by itesolauon to instruct the Com
mittee on Street Lamps to purchase
trom time to t'me, such quantity of burn
ing material as may be found to be ne
cessary, and tne costs thereof shall be
allowod and paid by the Council en the
order of the Clerk, ont of tho "Street
Light Fund," aa above provided, and
ont of no other fund whatever.
Section 6. That for the pur
pose of keeping said Lamps regularly
Lighted, aud extinguished, it shall he
lawful for the Council to employe suita
ble person or persons for that purpose
at such compensation as the Council may
deem reasonable, and to be paid ont of
the "Street Light Food" And who shall
give bond with good security in the sum
of $300,00 for the faithful performance of
his duty. That it shall be the duty of
toe person tnus employed to keep said
lamps at all times well cleaned, filled
and in good order and to cansetbe same
be regularly lighted and extinguished
eaeh day at such hours as the Coun
cil shall by resolution direct
Section 6. That Ordinance
Number 18, be and the same ia hereby
Section ?, This Ordinance to
take effect and be in force from and after
passage, May 9th, 1870.
Doty'a Wash ng Machine,
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AUD THE
N E W
Improved with Rowell's Patent Double
Cog-Wheels, and the Patent Stop, are
now unquestionably far superior to any
aratns for washing clothes ever 1
vented, and will save their thtir cost
twice a year, by saving labor and clothes
1 hose who nave used tbem give lesb
mony as follows:
"We like our machine moch,conld notbe
pnrsnaded to de without it and with the
aid of Doty, we feel that we are masters
of the position." Rer. L, .Scott, Bishop
-M iS. Church.
"It is worth one dollar a week in any
family." K. r. Tnbane.
"In the laandry of my house their ia a
perpetual thanksgiving on Mondays for
the invenriee. Rev. Theodore L. Coyler
' Every weak has given it a stronger
hold upon the affections of the inmates
of the laandry." V. Y. Observer.
'.I heartily commend it to economists
of time, money, and contentment.
Rev. Dr. Bellows.
''Friend Doty Yonr last improve
ment of your Washing Machine is i
coaplets tuccess. I essure yon 'our H-
china,' after a year's use, is thought
more of to day than ever, and would not
be parted with under any circumstances
' i our v ash ing Machine bss been in
daily nso in our Tandry, and the house
keeper expresses herielf as highly plena
ed with it. It certainly accomplishes a
greater amount of work, with Irsa ab or
and does not wear the clothes near so
much as tbe old fashioned wash-board.
By using it one lann dress is dispensed
with rrm. m. r. rtonna, ooperinten
dent of Infant Department of St. Cath
arinc's Nursery, N. Y. City.
"I have had one of the Universal
Wringers in mv hoase, and it has been
uped every week for over five years, aad
ia now as good aa new. I have also had
a Doty Washer for some three years
which we ote every week, rnd could not
easily get along without, It ia aa good
as ever, aad will last year's yet It. D.
Van Slyck, Esq., Editor of Dem. Repnb-
ican, Hamilton, a. X.
The N Y. Weekly Tribune, of Dec. 13
18b, in answer to a correspondent ,aya-
Uf Washers, there ia none to be cosa-
j "'"I' -
JPRIi "BS.JM r4r Mer.
If the Merchants in yoar place will not
furnish, or send for the Machines, send
for Machines, send as tbe retail price.
Waaner $14, Extra Wringer $9, and we
wul forward either or both machines.
of freiirht, to places where no one is
selling; and so sure aro we they .will be
liked, tbat we agree to refund tbe money
any one wishes to return tbe machines
free of freight, after a moiuhs's trial, ac
cording to directions.
So husband, father or brother should
permit" the drudgery of washing with
the hands, fifty-two days in the year,
when it can be done better, more ezpe
ditiously with less labor, aad no iiiiarr
to the garmei t, by a Doty Clothes Wnsh-
er, and a Universal Wringer.
Sold by dealers generally, to whom
liberal disconntsjara made.
R. 0- Browning. Agent,
32 Cortlandt Street, New York.
April 21, 1870 mot 3
.Notice is hereby given, that tbeunder
signed baa this day been duly appoint
ed aa administrator oi tbe Estate ot
ROBERT SCOTT, deceased.
CEPHAS J. BEAM. Adm'r ,
with the Will Annexed
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June 1 4k
Livery, reed, Jt Snle Stable
HAVING bought the stock of Horses,
Buggies, Carriages and Hack of Peter
Shafner, I am replenishing the entire
stock, and will furnish Horses, Carriag
and buggies for pleasure Rides, Wed
ingft. Funerals. Ac, at the lowaat living
Stable 1st door east of the Union Ho
tel, Main st.
S. JR. HJMJfWWsK Prop'tor.
Eaton, May 26 "70, 6m.
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Preble County Manufacturing
NOTICE, is hereby given that books
have been oneied to re eivcsabrcrintionS
to tbe capital stock of tbe Preble county
Manufacturing wapsnt, at me o of
Campbell Oilmore, Eaton, Olfio, and
in the bauds of the Undersigned commis
sioners of Said cbmpany i Eaton, Oi
The tbject of Mia compah Is to carry
oa the manufacture of Superior School
Fnrnitme, dressing Lumbe f, a fid general
Foftndry business. The anderaignwd at
licve lhatthe above will be a paytag fas
inesr, and cordially invite the eitieens of
Eaton aad the couhty, to aM In an eft
terprise that will bo a profit to taeafl,
and will materially aid the Improvement
and prosperity of the town and county;
we call upon you to lend a helping hand
to home enterprise aad iadustry.
J. J. ROBINSON, I O
H. H. KLINE,
JOi N UPHAM, I S
J.L. CHAMBERS ( g
ROBERT SMITH o
W.A.S vFIHART. ( 2-
May 12, I70w4pH $7,00
Jacob Deardorff plt'ff PrebleComPkas.
Isaac Cooper ft Flora Petition to Fore
E. Cooper et. al. ) close Mortgage.
To Iaaac Cooper and Flora E. Cooper,
of the Stale of Missouri, will take notice
that Jacob Deardorff of the county of
Preble and Slate of Ohio, did oa the
19th day of October 1869, file his peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleas with
in and for the county of Preble and
State of Ohio, against the said laaao
Cooper, Flora K. Cooper and Samuel
Austin, ad-n'r of tbe estate of Levin Ehr
hof deceased. Rachel Austin and others
defendants, setting f.rth that the said
Iaaac Cooper ft Flora E. Cooper gave a
mortgage to the defendants, Peter Mike
sell A Partbeac Taj lor on the following
described Heal Estate, situate in the
county of Preble and State of Ohio- Be
ing at Lot number ninety-three (93) as
known acd designated on tbe plat of the
incorporated village of Winchester in
said county, to secure the payment
f 500 10 accoiding to certain notes re
ferred to in said mortgage, that one of
said no'et baa been duly assigned to tbie
plaintiff, and that since, the giving of
said mortgage said Isaac Cooper ft Flora
E. Cooper, conveyed said Real B-tate, to
one Levin Biabof now deceased, that
aid deed See been lost, aad that As oth
er defendants claim tome interest in
Raid real estate, under the said Isaac ft
Flora E. Cooper, (and tbe said Levin
Biabof, deceased, and praying that said
tittle may be granted and that said sons
of 925.0O with interest from April 13,
1863. shall be pai I by the Administrator
of said Levin Biabof, or tbat eaid premi
ses may be sold to pay the sane.
And the said Isaac Cooper and Flora
E. Cooper, are notified that they ae re
quired to appear and answer said peti
tion on or before the 26th day of June,
CAAJfPBELL ft GILMOUE,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
May 12, 1870 w6 prf 15.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office np to M of Friday, June 17th
nx', for furnishirp all tho materials and
erecUBg a building on the I n Sneer v
'Farm, 22X33 feet, toae 6sem-nt hr-.rk
wails, galvanised iron cornice aU Uif
Bids will he reoetved for any part of
ihe work or for the whole.
Contractors will be required to jive
bond for tbe taithfel perfeneae ol tbe
Pions and specifications can now be
en at this office.
Tbe board reserves tbe right to Asset
any or all bids.
By order f Commissioners.
JARV1S N LAKE, Auditor.
DANZI6ER & LAKE.
The Largest Prices in Cask paid for
of all kinds, or otherwise
THE BEST SOAPS
will be given ia exchange. Apply at
the Factory east oi the Depot,
DANZIGFR k LAKE.
April 28. 187a tf.
J. P. BROOKNia ft SON.
Baron St., Eaton, Ohio.
tab. 14 9.yl
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