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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, June 9, 1870
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A. White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration undei the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
VWvlAfTO n P n n n .
" " uteu u.aVMux.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
Hon.UIOUARD A. HARRISON
Of Madison County.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON,
Of Belmobt County.
For Member of Board of Public Works,
Coc. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
sit I -
Democrat can be had from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling sum of SIXTY-FIVE eta
In cluba of 10 FIVE DOLLARS
This is the only, and beet offer
we shall make to the many De
mocrats of Preble. Send in the
Democratic State Convention!
The delegates to the Demo
cratic State Convention, of which
we have only time to make a
short notice this week, met in
Columbus on the 1st inBt., to
nominate a State ticket. It was
harmonious and very enthusias
tic, and was composed of the
best talent of the Democracy of
The ticket nominated is a
most excellent one. It will com
mand the cordial support of the
party throughout the State, and
we confidently hope for its elec
tion next October. It ia as fol
lows: Secretary of State, William
Heisley, of Cleveland
Judge of the Supreme Court,
R. A. Harbison, of London.
Comptroller, John H. Hkaton,
Board of Public Works, Wm.
Spencek, of Licking.
The Platform, which tee are
unable to publish this week, is a
brief but comprehensive arraign
ment of Radicalism in all its
forms. It denounces the atro
cious and unconstitutional Fif
teenth Amendment bill, the cor
ruption and profligacy of the Ad
ministration, and demands a
strict construction of the Consti
tution and adherence to its pro
visions. The platform closes with
a well-deserved compliment to
Senator Thurman and the Demo
cratic Representatives from Ohio
whose faithful services and stead
fast adherence to principle mer
it and receive the approbation
and gratitude of their constitu
The resolutions are a clear and
explicit definition of the princi
ples and policy of the party upon
all the living issues of the dav,
an'l ntA n n n i n f 1 it KaI! acta t V- n u
will meet the cordial approval
not only cf all Democrats, but of
thousands of honest and patriotic
men who have hitherto acted
-outside of the party organization.
The campaign opens auspicious
ly, and we are justified in the
hope that it will close with a de
cisive and brilliant triumph for
A SIGN OF THE TIMES.
The Republicans in the Fourth
Congressional District of North
Carolina have nominated a negro
by the name ot Harris for the
next Congress. In a speech ac
cepting the nomination be said :
"JVly election or defeat depends
upon the action of the white Re
publicans in this district. If
. their professions are true, and
they make no distinction in re
gard to race or color, and sup
port me unanimously, my elec
tion is sure. . This case will be
. a test one, and the colored peo
pie of this district will look on
with interest to see whether or
not the profeseion of the white
Republicans are carried out
when they are brought to a test.'"
The latest test of the Republi
can party is, will they vote for
negroes for Congress ? How
would they regard it in this sect
Wants of the People.
The first, and most imperatine of their
wants, is relief from unnecessary taxation
All parties agree in their desire fur re
lief and one who seta the crippled condi
tion of our industry, will deny its neces
sitr. Taxes thai vield but little more
than the cost of collection, should be a
once repealed, and those that bear with
severity upon labor, should be reduced
to the lowest amount compatible with the
necessities of government.
2d. If we would lighten ihe burthens
of the people, as much as possible, we
; m a Uonesly in the coUcction and
expenditures of the public fuuds. Some
oce has not inaptly compared our public
revenue to "a roll of butter passed from
hand to hand, which is lessened by the
contact of every one who touches it.
This is nccessaryily ko, to a certain ex
tent; but if we simplify as much as pos
sible the mode of collection, and take
care that funds do not remain, for any
unncessary length of time, in the custo
dy of those who handle them, the waste
from this cause will be materially dtmin
ished. on honest expenditure is of
equal importance; for of what avail is
it to carefully collect that which will be
3d Abolition of unnecessary offices.
A great many places have been created
expressly for the purpose of rewarding
partisans, and are of no earthly use be
sides. Others may have been necessary
once, bnt, in the changing condition of
affairs; are no longer needed and, like
the "Superintendent of the crypt," are
continued because forgotton or unnotic
ed All rf these should be at one abol
ished. The number of those who have
something to do, is far greater than is
necessary, and should be reduced to ab
solute wants of the service No busi
ness man employes three clerk to do
that which should occupy the time of on
ly one, and the affairs of the government
should be managed with as much econo
my as the business of its citizens. Jt is
true that very many of those who now
ocenpy official position may be unable to
earn their living by honest industry, but
in all civilized countries there is a cheap
er mode nC supporting paupers, than
keeping them in nselesa offices.
4th. In order to secure honesty and
efficiency in the pnblic services there
should be prompt removal and punish
ment of those who do not perform their
duties. No man should be permitted to
hold office unless his reputation for hon
or and integrity is above suspicion, and
if any one who is unfit succeeds in ob
taining place, there should be summary
means for hie removal.
For those who neglect their duties, or
violate their trust, punishment shonldbe
prompt, and proportioned to the magni
tude of the offence.
This should not be unnecessarily se
vere, but should be as light as possible,
consistent with mrbttc safely. It h
since become an axiom in government
that "it is certainty, and not the severi
ty of punishment that deters men from
5th. Regulating the salnriis of of-
ficors by the amonnt of work performed
and the lesponsibil'ty of the position. It
is possible that some officers are under
paid, but there is no good reason for
paying a government clerk, more than
would be paid by an individual for the
same service. Increasing the salaries
of higher officers has brought forwaid a
class who make politics a means of per
sonal aggrandizement, and has in no
way increased the efficiency of the pnb
6th. Change in the mode of appoint,
ment and in the tenure of petty offices.
Owing to our yresent method of rotation
in office, with every political change, we
have a constant succession of men igno
rant of their duties, who do not expect
to hold their places for any great length
of time, and consequently they will en
deavor to get along with as little labor
aa possikle. We can not expect a good
good business man to give his time and
attention to a position so precarious.
There is no good reason why a man's
politics should prevent him from per
forming properly the duties any purely
executive office, and if appointments
were made without distinction of parly
Iron, among those found best qualified
and offices held during good behavior,
we could secure a much higher order of
talent and far greater efficiency.
Men would then have powerful mo
tives to fit themselves for duty, and there
would be less opportunity for intrigue, or
The People Will Rule.
In city and country the Dem
ocratic party is a unit in oppo
sition to the fraudulent and infa
mous Nigger Amendment. Yes,
there ia no break in the line. No
Democrat is absent from h s post
All are ready for the contest to
again make this a white man's
government, and an inheritance
fit for the children of white men
The attempt ol the Radicals to
make the question appear a set
tled one, and thus prevent the
serious detection in tneir ranks
which is now taking away from
them thousands of voters, who,
although they are Republicans,
are also whdt men, has utterly
failed. The contest will go on
untii right is again throned su
preme over force and fraud, and
the country ruled by the raoeL
who raised it from a few weak
colonies to an Empire of popula-1
tion, wealth and glorious renoun.
For the Democrat.
ED. EATON DEMOCRAT:
As the im
mortal "J. N." would say, "the
pressure is at last removed, the
terrible, long looked-for expos
ure has come to light. This is
what we have desired and pati
ently waited for. Now for the
facts and figures: All ot the
county officers make returns of
their fees for the year ending the
1st Monday of September, duly
sworn to. Without knowing or
caring what Mr. Lough's in
come return had been, I handed
Mr. Stephen (he returns ot all the
county officers, including my
own. Then why is it no other
officer is offended ? As far as I
am concerned they had as much
cause as Mr. Lough. The follow
ing facts show the cause: Mr
Lough made a return to the Se.
of State for tbe ear ending
June 1st 1869, which shows his
fees to have been $1,505: be
made one for the Auditor of
State for year ending the 1st
Monday ot sept. 1869, wnich
makes his fees $1,500: he made
one to the Rev Asses'r for the year
ending January 1st 1870, which
makes his leesSboO. Ihe first is
a certmcate, tno last two are
sworn statements each embraces
a full year, all cover five months
of the same time, the last two
eight months of the same
time, and 1 know there was
but little, if any, falling
off of business in his line in
the last four months, as compared
with the same four months o
previous years. It matters not to
any of us who are named in this
connection, excepting Mr. Lough
which of the above statements,
if either, is true. They are all his
own, and because tney ao not
agree he is angry. Is it my fault?
I did just what duty required,
and what I should do again un
der the circumstances. He has
upon one side an affidavit which
says 8850 : upon the other, a
certificate and an affidavit each
saying $1,500. He speaks of a
desire to prosecute : if there were
such a desire, the above named
affidavits would be sufficient
ground. He speaks of an exam
ination of his books, &c. Though
conducting himself in a very
ungentlemanly manner, we did
visit his office and examine the
books presented to us, but, as Mr
Stephen will testify, J- was not
satisfied that all of the books had
been presented, and knowing,
further, that many fees are re
ceived of Which the office shows
We desire no enemies, but
when they come in this form and
for such a cause, we care not.
Let them multiply. We prop se
faithfully, to discharge our duties
without fear, favor or affection.
Officially we ask no favors, we
shall grania none, let the conse
quences be what they may.
1 am informed by those wno
say they 1 now that your co res
pondent 'D. Q' is uone other than
Mr. Lough himself. Ibis being
the fact, your readers ill bettor
understand the "pressnre-
J. N. LAKE.
Seven Millions More.
Seven millions more ! This is
the last grand grab in the way
of stealing from the people by
giving grat ts of land to rail
road monopolies. It has been
poshed through the Senate and
will be lobbyed through the
House. It grants seven millions
of acres ot tbe public domain to
aid in the extension of a railroad
from Omaba to a point on tbe
Northern Pacific Railroad at Ft
Berthold. It gives twenty sec
tions of lana per mile for a dis
tance of about six hundred miles.
The Radical Congress is a beau
tiful assemblage of robbers.
Our pious neighbor of tbe Reg
ister, said there was no trouble
among the Court House "rats,"
a few weeks ago, when we were
probing at the sore. How now?
"Lo" the poor Indiau, has ruffled
the "serene" and "beautiful"
"Lake," that so complacently
seemeth to flow within the con
fines of our County building, and
carry so much of our public wel
fare upon its bosom!
How much green backs did the
Register receive for going back
on ita first choice for Congress
man? Rather sudden and mys
terious conversion! All right;
we can wax Brooke just as easy
as we could Bob Schenck. Trot
P. 8. Wc stop the machine to
announce that on Wednesday af-
oon, June 8th 1870, we had
. , ,. D1IV , .
a mosl rB. a4 ' ia
thin locality. Bully !
The Free Lovers of New York—A
Healthy Collection of Wives and
Mothers of the Tribune School.
The free lovers of New York
Sorasis met last week, at Del
monico's Restruant, and gave
vent to their indignation against
the virdict in the McFarland
case. Resolutions were unani
mously and enthusiastically
adopted expressing sympathy
with Mrs. McFarland, alias Mrs.
Richardson, and Mrs. Calhoun,
alias Mrs. Runkle, for tbe many
virtues they possess- Speeches
were made in support of the res
olutions by Mrs. Croly, Mrs. Tap
pon, Mrs. Patton, Mrs. Hart,
Mrs. Demorest, and others, all
belong to tbe Greely editorial
staff . All, of course, agreed in
finding fault with verdict of the
jury. A resolution was passed
expressing warm admiration for
tbe conduct of Albert D. Rich-,
ardson, for offering marriage to
Mrs. McFalarRi really for seduc
ing that weak-minded woman,
and placing a once happy home
in ruins and disgracing children.
This was, certainly a healthy
collection of wives and mothers
of the Tribultt persuasiou. While
the free love tribe of the Tribune
are lauding to the skies, this man
Richardson, every one who it
not a believer in their free-love
doctrines, think that it was a
righteons verdict that saved from
punishment one who blessed the
world by removing from society
a foul seducer.
Tbe evidence produced on the
trial go to prove the enormous
impuuity with which this man
Richardson, invaded the home
circle, and how he concocted the
desolation of a happy home.
Nothing can be shown or said
that can palliate the enormity of
the crime or justify a punish
ment for shooting him. The
evidence produced during the
trial go farther to show that the
seducer and bis female accompli
ces in crime Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs.
Sinclair and others inaugurated
a hell within a family that might
have been a place of happines
If law will not arrest fiends in
h uman-fwrui from envuding fam
ily circles and converting Edens
into hell, it is the sacred duty of
those whose domestic happiness
is dearer than even life to avenge
the wrong done them, as did
McFarland. The virtuous and
Christian world will bless and
laud him fore his noble deed, but
the iicentuous and eacreligions
will curse and condemn him
All persons indebted to us on
subscription for over a year, will
please take notice that, we are
preparing a Delinquent List for
publication in Handbill form, to
be posted op at all Post Offices
lnose who owe us and win not
pay, get their mail, so that the
people among whom they live
may know how much honor and
honesty they are possessed and be
governed accordingly. It you
dont want the paper pay up and
stop it we are not anxious to
send it to those who do not pay
for years, nor do we intend to
be swindled out of what is due
us it we can help it. lnose in
terested in this notice will please
govern themselves accordingly
Buoiness is dull now we can de
vote some time and attention to
those in arrears. If their accounts
are not settled verg soon, we will
liquidate them by gratuitous ad
vertising, for the information
and benefit of the people among
whorn they live.
Those of our readers who re
side in the country will find it
greatly to their advantage to
look over the column of the
Democrat before starting to town
to do their trading. By this
means they will readily ascertain
where tbe cheapest and best
bargains 3an be obtained. Busi
ness men who have first class
goods for sale, always advertise
ABKANCEM0NTS are being made
for an imme:.te county Fair in
this Connty . which will surpass
any that have ever ' receded it.
Our lnenda in the couutry are
requested to make a note of this.
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MPOR T ANT
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aratus for washing clothes ever ia
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7 hose who have used them give lesti
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'Friend Doty Your last improve
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greater amount of work, with li ss ab or
and does not wear the clothes near so
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By using it one latin dress is dispensed
with" Wm. M. F. Round, Saeerinten
dent of Infant Department of St. Cath
aiinc'8 Nursery, N. Y. City
I have had one of the Universal
Wringers in my house, and it has been
nt-ed every week for over Sve years.
s now as good as new
l have also nadi;""
a Lloty Washer for some thrie rears
which we ue everv week, end could not
easily get along without. It ia as good
as ever, and will last year s yet. E. L)
Van Slyck, Esq., Editor of Decs. Repub-
ican, Hamilton, N t.
The W Y. Weekly Tribune, of fec. 13
lonH, in answer to a correspondent ,ay
..nr a'..t .1 .-- ,
Of Washers, there
ia attuo lo bo com
pared with Djlv a.
i K M t: Ml S. . f
If the Merchants in your place will net
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Wasner $14, Extra Wringer $9, and we
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selling: and so sure are we they will be
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o. any one wishes to return the machines
free of freight, after a lnsMihs's trial, ac
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No hi'?bimd, fa-her or brother should
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Sold by dealers generally, to whom
liberal diconnts"ara made.
R. C- Browning. Gen. Agent,
32 Cortmndt Street, New York.
April 21. 1870. mos 3.
Administrator1 8 JYotiee.
fsofice is hereby given, that tbe under
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ed as administrator of tbe Estate of
ROBERT SCOTT, deceased.
CEPHAS .T. BEAM. Adra'r.,
with the Will Annexed
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June 1 4t
JLivery, feed, Jt Sale Stable
HAVING bought the stock of Ho raea.
Buggies, Carriages and Hack of I'eter
Shafner, I am replenishing the entire
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Eaton, May 26 '70, 6m.
oSO AAA A YEAR. GREAT IN
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Preble County Manufacturing
NOTICE, is hereby sjiven that books
have been opsed tore e'vcsabFCriptione
to tbe capital stock ol the Preble ounty
Manofacturir.fr Company, at Ihe office of
Canpbell A Oilmore, Eaton, Ohio, and
in ibe bauds ol tbe nudersigned commis
sioners of said company a. Eaton. .
The cbject of said company it to carry
on the mannfactare of S-iierior School
Furnituie, dressing Lumber, and general
Foundry business. Tbe underigne4 bt
lieve that the above will be a paying bse
iness, and cordially invite tbe citlseni of
Eaton and tin county, to sd in aa en
terprise that will be a profit to them,
and will materinllv aid the miprovewi jnt
and prosperity of the town and coonty,
we call upon yon to lend a helping; ba4
to home enter .rise and industry.
J. J. KUBIJNSCr, I
H. H. KLINE, J 1
JOl'N UPHAM, I 3
J.L. CHAMBERS f g
W.A.S vPiHART. I 2-
May 12, l70w4prt $7,00
nd1.a,rd to VV "nd nw" '' P'
Jacob Deardorff pll'ff PrebleComPIoM.
Isaac Cooper & Flora V Petition to For
E. Cooper et. al, J close Mortgage.
To Isaac Cooper nd Flora K. Cooper,
of the State of Missouri, will take notice
that Jacob Deardorff of tbe count? of
Preble and State nf Obi, die" on tbe
l!th day of October 1869, Sle bis peti
tion in the fourt of Common Pest witb-
in and for the county ot Preble mm A
State of Ohio, against the said Isavae
Cooper, Flora E. Coouer and SatnuH
Austin, adai'r ol the estate ol Levin Bii
hof deceaved. Rachel Austin and others
defendants, setting f rth that tbe said
Isaac Cooper & Flora E. Cooper gave a
mor,KKe to the defendants, Peter Mike
sell A Porthence Tailor ess the followis
described tSeal Eltnte. situate in the
county of Preble an-rf State of Ohio. De
ng at Lot number nmo y-three an
known acd designated en tbe pint of th -incorporated
village ef vTiacbeater m
said county, to secure the payment
t o'X) CO accoxting to certain noiri rr-
fened to in said mortgage, that one of
-am no'Ct. Has been duly assigned to ibia
plaintiff, and that since the giving of
said mortgage said Isaac Cooper ft V lira
E. Cooper, conveyed said lieU X-tate, to
one Levin Uisbol now deceased, that
said deed bas been lost, and that lie oth
er delendants claim some interest in
said real estste, under the sa;d Isaac &
Klora E. Cooper, (and the said Levin
Aiahof, deceasfd and praiiua that said
tittle may be granted atd that said sum
of .'51.00 witn interest from April 13,
-: ; h be pwi I by the Administrator
of said Levin Bishaf, or that said sei
ses may be sold to pr y the same.
And the anl Isaac Oooper and Flora
E. Cooper, are notified that tbey a e re
tlAH nn in Kaffir.. t tu. 'ftl h Amtmt v fl I
CAAJrPBELL k GILMOHE,
Attorneys for Plaints.
May 12, 1870 w6 prf -15
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office up to M of Fndsy, June ltth
nx, for fnrnishi-g all the material and
erecting n building on ) InHrmirr
Furm. 2Jf A.M feel, atone aaiemeni, briuk
walls, galvanized iron cornice n"d slate
Bids will be receive.! f r n pnrt of
ihe work or for the whole
Contractors will be required to . ..
bond for the taitWf-1 performance ol the
Plans and specifications can now be
seen at tats efhSce
The knur l reservee ihe right to rej.-ct
any or all bids.
By order 7f (ommisatonera.
JARV1S N LAKE, Auditor.
DANZI8ER & LAKE.
Tbe Largest Prices in Cash paid for
of all Uinds, or otherwise
THE BEST o SOAPS
will be given in exchange. Apply at
the Factory east oi tbe Depot.
i: tit on.
DANZIGFR & LAKE.
April 28. 1870. tf.
J. V. BROOKNIH ft BON.
Baron St., Eaten, Ohio,
feb. 14 'I'd yl
A' Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR NOTHING!!
A compilation with full an 1 accural?
explanation of the HOMESTEAD)
LAWS enabling sod instructing srr
person bow to secure one hundred acres
of rich farming land fer nolkinf, six
months before leaving beme, and in the
rechest and most productive portion ef
the Great West If you eoatesaalaUt
emigration send FIFTY CEETB for thia
Work, rou will never regret tt I
M. E. MAYNARD, St. Loeia, Mo,
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IN ONE DAY I
From Cider, Sorehoni, Molasses,
Sugar, Wine or the juce of any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Easy. Cot not one-half that ot
tLe old proceea of allowing CU
tier to Hour in tbe barrels.
Any one can make It. Fall
Directions Bent upon receipt of
Address. W H.
ST. M.Ol MS,