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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, June 16, 1870
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A. White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration under the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralized despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of State.
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
Hon.RIOHA&D A. HARBISON
Of Madison County.
For Comptroller of tie Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON,
Of Belmont Comity.
For Member of Board of ""'c Works,
Cot. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
Democrat can be had from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling sum of SIXTY-FIVE eta.
In clubs of 10 FIVE DOLLARS.
This is the only, and best offer
we shall make to the many De
mocrats of Preble. Send in the
Adopted by the Democracy
of Ohio, June 1st 1870.
We this week lay before our
readers the Platform adopted by
the Ohio Democracy, in Conven
tion assembled, at Columbus,
June 1st, 1870:
The Democracy of Ohio com
ing together in the spirit of de
votion to the doctriues and faith
of a free representative govern
tnent, and relying for success up
on discussion and the intelligence
o't the people, deem the present
Convention a nttlug occasion
reassert the following time-hon-lnf
3 ik RsmitimiiiK.i
ored principles of the Democratic
That the Federal Government
is one of limited powers derived
solely from the Constitution; that
the grants of power made there
in ought to be strictly construed
by all the dependents and agents
of the Government, and that it is
inexpedient and dangerous to ex
ercise doubtful powers;
That the Constitution of the
United States is founded on the
fundamental principle of the en
tire and absolute equality of all
the States ot the Union, aud it is
not competent for Congress to
impose upon them any conditions
or restrictions in respect to their
internal concerns which the Fed
eral Constitution has not inv
That the liberal principles em
bodied by Jefferson iu the Dec
laration of Independence, and
sanctioned in the Constitution,
whion make ours the land of lib
erty and the asylum of the op
pressed of every nation, nave ev
er been cardinal principles of the
Democratic faith, and every at
tempt to abridge the privileges
of becoming citizens, and the
owners of soil among us, ought
to be resisted with the same
spirit which swept the alien and
sedition laws from tho statute
And, in order that we may the
mere distinctly declare our views
of the measures and policy ot
the present administration,
Resolved, That we denounce
the present tariff, as well as the
substitute lately introduced into
the House of Representatives by
the Committee on Ways aud
Means, as a gigantic robbery of
the labor and industry of the
country; that they are solely de
signed to advance the interests of
a few thousand monopolies, and
that they should no longer be
submitted to, and that no candi
date for Congress, nor for any
other office, is worthy of support
who is not in favor of a low reve
nue tariff, which closely approxi
mates to free trade; that in the
arrangement of any revenue tar
iff, all the necessaries of lite
should be absolutely free from
Resolved, That the Internal
Revenue system of the United
States is unendurable in its op
pressive exactions; that it should
be immediately remodeled; that
its annoyances of stamps and li
censes and taxes npon sales and
incomes should be abolished.
That the tax itself should be col
lected by the State and County
officials, and that the multiplica
tion of officers is entirely un
necessary, except to eat out the
resources of the tax-payers; and
the party in power to reduce
I. a a. l : TT.;-.n a
that we pledge ourselves to ef
fect a thorough reform in this
particular. We denouuee the
profligacy in the present admin
istration of the Federal Govern
ment, the corruption which has
entered all the official stations,
the favoritism, which, overlook
ing fitness for office, has appoint
ed to positions ot public trust the
friends or tools of those who con
trol the public patronage, and
the imbecility which directs the
destinies of the Republic, with
out an apparent purpose, and
manages its affairs with such em-
harassment and disaster to the
material iuterests of the people
at home, and with such disregard
of the rights and liberties of its
Resolved. That land monopo
ly is one of the great evils of our
conntry, and against the spirit oi
our institutions; that the whole
of our public lands ought . to be
held as a sacred trust to secure
homesteads for actual settlers; we
therefore denounce the recent
action of Congress in making
grants to mammoth railioad cor
porations which are already too
powerful and may become dan
gerous to a free people.
Uesolvcd, That we regard trie
act recently passed by Congress
to enforce the "Fifteenth A-
mendment," as unconstitutional.
unjust and oppressive, an inva
sion of the rights of the States,
subversive of the best interests of
the people, aud therefore demand
its unconditional repeal.
Resolved. That the power ol
the Federal Government to as
sess and collect taxes on Bonds
of the United States is clear and
unquestioned; and we demand of
Congress, that a share ot taxa
tion eqnal to the fare average
amount levied in each State on
money loaned, shall be assessed
and collected from all invest
ments in bonds.
Resolved, That we are opposed
to the system of National Banks,
and demand the immediate repeal
of the law creating them, and
that in place of the notes of such
banks, treasury notes of the Uni-
ited States should be substituted.
Resolved, That the Democracy
of Ohio sympathise with the ef
forts of all people struggling fori
self-government, and that we de
nounce the truckling ot tne iea
oral Ad mi nisi ration to Great
Britain and Spain, and the efforts
whole States in our Union to a
condition of vassalage to the
Resolved, That the lhanks of
the Democracy of Ohio are ex
tended to Allbn G. Thtjbman,
and the Democratic Representa
tives in Congress, who, though
in a small minority, have bravely
contended for the principles of
Democracy and the-interests ot
Resolved, That upon tbjc fo re
doing platform, we invite all the
electors Ot Urno, without regard
to oast differences, to vote for
the ticket this day nominated.
The President said the resolu
tions were before the Convention.
A motion was made that they
be adopted as reported which was
carried with great unanimity,
there being only two or three
votes in the negative.
The Soldiers' Home Vote—Important
A year ago there was a con
tested election for a county of
fice in Montgomery county, O
The decision of it rested upon
the legality of the votes of the
innmtes of the Soldiers' Home
in Dayton, who, several hun
dred in number, voted for the
Republican candidate. The
Court below decided that they
were not legal voters there, hot
could only cast their suffrages at
the places from which they
came. An appeal was taken to
the Supreme Court of Ohio.
That tribunal, upon a minor question of
fact, has grantud a new trial, bat at the
same time it has decided "that the in
ma'ea of the Dayton Soldiers' Home
are not entitled to vote, upon tne
ground that they are within the exclu
sive jurisdiction of the United States
and are not residents of Ohio within
the meaning of the fifth section of the
constitution of Ohio."
This decision knocks on the head the
late act of the Republican Legislature
repealing the law of its Democratic
predecessors, which did not permit this
illegal voting. For some years this
Soldiers' Home vote has been an impor
tant item of calculation in tho Third
District. It is very close, politically,
and two or three hundred votes may at
any time change the result. These in
valid soldiers have, by the coercion of
the officers of the Home, been deprived
of all liberty of choice, and obliged to
vote unanimously the Republican ticket.
It has thus, on more than one occasion,
been triumphant. Hereafter it is
known to be illegal by the decision of
the highest Court in the State, the
Judges of which are unanimously Re
publican in politics. There has been
much discussion in State politics on this
point, and the Democracy have ben ju
For the Eaton Democrat.
Ed. Eaton Democrat:
In your issue of last week, I
see a very interesting commum
cation from Bru. Lake, commenc
ing with a grand quotation from
the "immortal J. N," which I
. ii. i
suppose was intenaeu to ne a
witticism; well all tools and some
great men are subject to these
sudden eruptions ot merriment
we will let that pass. He next
squirms aud flounders at a terri
ble rate to find some pretext up
on which to justify himself for
the course persued, aud among
other things, mentions that none
of the other county officials are
making objection to his course
toward them, therefore, I ought
to keep -still institute a false
hood against any one of them as
you have in my case, and you
will see. The only thingof im
portance in this connection is the
admission that he is the instiga
tor of the difficulty now existing
between us, which he has hereto
fore most positively denied.
He then drives right at the
point in controversy and gives
figures that he represents to have
been made by me in statistical
reports during the year 1869.
The first to Secretary of State, in
which he has me report the tees
of my office at $1505,00. This
report as I can show by similar
blank, now in my possession,
does not require a statement ot
fees; neither did I give the above
or any other amount as my fees.
The figures produced by him are
therefore his own and not mine.
He next pretends to give fees re
ported by me to Auditor of State
n which he to suit his own pur
pose overstates the umonnt re
ported as any one can see by ref
erence to original in his office.
1 am therefore compelled to say
that his representation and fig
ures above referred to, are noth
ing more nor less than base for
geries with Bro. Lake, the author
and be knew them to be so when
he stated ihe same.
The statistical reports howev
er have nothing to do with my
tncome for 1669; but have been
seized npon and misstated by Bro.
Lake for a vile purpose, in which
be has most signally failed.
lie next insinuates that he with
I is high sense of honor and gen
tility is not fully satisfied with
the result of the examination ot
fees ot my office for 1869 made
by him and Mr. Stephen, neither
is the burglar who finds an
empty safe satisfied with his , ex
amination and in the same sensa
I presume Bro. Lake never will
be. This insinuation, made in
the face of the following official
statement ot District.. Assessor,
viz: Assistant Assessor Jno. R
Stephen, inform me that in core
pany with J. N. Lake, he vi-ivedj
your office and made an exami
nation of tbe receipts of the same
and that they were satisfied that
you did not understate the same
&c. This insinuation is there
fore nothing more nor less than
the expression of a malicious
coward, who, under a petty of
ficial cloak now boasts of having
protection for bis c areas.
In conclusion, 1 have to ea,
that my income return has pass
ed the sc rutiny of no less than
three Revenue officials since it
has been brought in question by
Bro. Lake, aud my original re
port fully sustained by all aa the
official statement will show, and
I now invite any others who
come with honest intentions, aud
will give them every facility they
may ask in their examination
As to statisical reports, tbe
staute makes me ameanable to
the State of Ohio, for these and
perhaps unfortunately for Bro
Lake I do uot recognize him a
being said institution; bat if call
ed upon by the proper authority
I hold myself responsible for ev
erv report made by me
For the Eaton Democrat. W. H. LOUGH.
Some fellow over "8. J.,'
writes from Eaton, to the Cin
cinnati Commercial, that the Reg
ister is much mistaken abou
any feeling being here to run
Brooke for Congress, and says
there is not "even a respectable
minority want him as a candi
date." S. J. is a Skunk man, of
course, and is a little uneasy at
appearances. It is not our "fu
neral," but from our observation,
wo believe Brooke would beat
Bob. in this county, for we know
there is a considerable amount of
muttering among good Repub
licans against Schenck as a can
didate. It makes but little dif
ference, however, who is put on
the track, we intend to elect
' There is considerable rival
between certain two String Bands
in this section. Eson's band,
nowever, seems to be the favorite.
WEDDING CARDS Elegantly
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
nished promptly at this Office.
American Bible Society—Agency
The Agents of the American Bible So
ciety in Ohio, mat in Mans6elJ, Ohio,
February 16th, 1870, and moat cordially
adopted he following paper, which yon
will please publish for the information of
the friends of the Cause:
''The undersigned, Agents of the
American Bible Society of Ohio, met in
consultation on the subject of a r doc
tion of the Agency force in the State oi
Ohio, to which our attention has been
called by Rev. T. Ralstow Sjiith, D. D.,
Corresponding Secretary of the American
Bible Society, would respectfully express
onr views by the following resolutions:
1. Resolved. That we approve of the
policy of reducing the State to two Dis
tricts, under the direction and control of
two District Agents
2. Resolved, That in view of the above
arrangement, we do hereby tender to the
Board of Managers of the American Bi
ble Society, through Secretary Smith, our
resignations, to take effect September 1,
Provided, That if the time here speci
Bed should specially embarrass the ac
tion of the Board, then the resignations
to take effect at the end of the present
fiscal year, in tha meantime commend
ing the Bible Cause to the blessing ot
Almighty od, and prayiug that wisdom
and grace mav be given from above in
the selection of future agents.
W. HERB, Agent A B. 8.
for South-western Ohio.
C. S. MARTIN DALE, Agent A. B. S.
for South eastern Ohio.
E. W. SMITH, Agent A. B. S.
for North-western Ohio.
J. D. NORTON. Agent A. B S.
for North-eastern Ohio.
Mansfield, O , Feb. 16th, 1870."
As an act of justice to Revs. Messrs.
INobtoh and Smith, it mast be added
that thy subsequently forwarded a joint
letter, peremptorily resigning tne omce
The foregoing would have been pnb
Untied at an earlier period, but instruc
tions were received at the Bible House
not to give publicity to it until the work
was finally readjusted. Recently the
Agency Department in this Slate was ar
ranged as follows, to-wik
District ot Northern Ohio, embracing
all of the State north of the counties of
Darke, Shelby, Logan, Union, Delaware,
Licking, Muskingum, iraernsey ana xtsi-
niont, Rev. C. 8. Maktindalk, Agent,
and District of Southern Ohio, Rev. W.
Here. A pent.
In this connection, auow me 10 give
resume of the work accomplished during
the period, between eight end nine years,
of my agency in Sooth-western Ohio:
SUMMARY OF WORK FROM YEAR 1861
No. of visits to auxiliaries
and Bible meetings l.OlO
No. of sermons and addresses
in behalf of the cause 1,227
No. of letters anl documents
sent out 22.710
No. of miles traveled on Bible
No of families visited 234,866
No. of families found desti
tute of the Bible 1 20,97
No. of families supplied by
sale aud donation 15,240
No. of books d istr ibu ted 208 ,9 12
Wo- W books furnished sol
diers during the war. ... - 48,470
No. Of books furnished to
"Soldiers' Home' 800
No. of Sunday Schools sup
Total receipts from the field
daring my agency zu,w i
in Ohio. W. HERR, Agent A. B. S.
DAYTON, May 31, 1870.
TEACHERS' BUSINESS INSTITUTE.
lu July, there will be organii-
ed at the Bryant & Stratton s
Business Institute, Chicago, a
special session Tor teachers to
continue tor six weeks. The
plan of work will be similar to
teachers7 institutes, now so com
mon through tbe country.
Thorough drill in Bookkeeping,
Penmanship, Btisiuesa Law, .bus
iness Arithmetic, Banking, In
surance, Railroading and Com
missions; will be given. Promi
nent business men of the city
will give practical talks upon
"How Business is Done. A
splendid opportunity is offered.
The June Courier, with pro
gramme, terms, etc., sent free on
application. Address, Bryant,
Chase A Spkncbb, Chicago, III.
Whxttemore, the vagabond
carpet-bag Congressman from
South Carolina, and who was ex
pelled' from among that body of
thieves and robbers in Washing
ton, fdr traffic in cadetships, has
been re-elected by the nigger
votes in his district. He will now
take bis seat in that honorable(?)
body, purified and prepared for
another plunderoos speculation.
Those of our readers who re
side in the country will find it
trreatlv to their advantage to
look over the columns of tbe
Democrat before starting to town
to do their trading. By this
means they will readily ascertain
where the cheapest and best
bargains 3an be obtained. Busi
ess men who have first class
goods for sale, always advertise
9 Round bats have almost
entirely superseded bonnets with
both vouoe and old. Ihey are
worn very high as a gentleman
expresses it, three stories high,
with a cupalo and balcony, and
a flag at half mast.
The prospects for
of op are brightening.
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By using it one laun dress is dispensed
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If the Merchants in your place will i oi
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R. C- Browning. Gen- Agent,
32 Cortlandt Street, New York.
April 81, 1870 mos i.
Notice is hereby given, that the on der
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ROBERT SCOTT, deceased.
CEPHAS 1 REAM. Adm'r.,
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Jane I 4t '
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Agent in every towa, to whom we
'offer a cbsnee to MAKE ho-bt. For full
-particulars address Braisard & Wrrr-I
aoae, Cleveland, Ohio. may 26 tf
Pieble County Mawfactttring
NOTICE, hereby giren that books
have been opened to ret eive subscriptions
to the capital stock ol the Preble oanty
Manufacturing Cosapnnv, at the office of
Campbell k Qilmore, Eaton, Ohio, and
in tbe hands of the uudersigned commis
sioner of said company a. Baton. Q).
The tbiect of said company is to carry
on tbe mnnufaclare of superior Suae!
Furnituie, dressing Lumber, and general
Foundry business. Tbe undersigned tx -lieve
that the above will he a paying bns-
nesr. and cordially invite IB ettissns ot
Eaton and tha county, to aid in aa en
terprise that will be n profit to them,
and will materially aid the improvement
and prosperity of the town and county;
e call npon you to lend a helping hand
to home enterprise and industry-
J. J. ROBINSON, I O
H. H. KLIN K, I a
JO N UPHAM, ) 3
3 Jo. CHAMBERS C
W.A.S fill ART. J 2
May 12, 1870w4prt $7,00
Jacob DeardorflF plt'flf 1 PreblaCom Pleas.
Isaao Cooper eX Flora V Petition to gists)
E. Cooper et. aL j close Mortgage.
To Isaac Cooper and Flora B. Cooacr.
of the State of Missouri, will take notice
that Jacob Deardorff of the roomy of
Preble and State of Ohio, did on the
19th day of October 18G9. file hU peti
tion in the fourt of Com mo Picas with
in and for the county of Preble and
State of Ohio, against the said Isaac
Cooper, Flora K. Cooper and Samuel
Austin, adm'r ol the estate of Letin Bi
haf a'seaand. Rsrkal nilin sn 1 iiihess
defendants, setting f rib that the
Iase Cooper S Flora E f'oor.
jops gave a
mortgage to the defendants,
sell A Parthaace Tailor a tha following
described Ileal Estate, sitnata ia tha
county of Preble and Slate of Ohio. Be
ing at Lot number ninoiy-thre (OT) aa
known ard designated on the plat of tbe
incorporated village of Wit chaster in
said county, to secure tha 'payment
(500. CO accosting to certain notes re
ferred to in said mortgage, that one of
-aid notes has hern duly a aligned to tbia
plaintiff, and that since tha giving of
said mortgage said Isaao Cooper & Flmn
E Coper, coavtyed said Real E-tate. to
one l.evin Bishof aow deceased, that
said deed has been tost, and that he oth
er defendants claim some interest in
said real estate, under the said Isaac Jk
Flora E. Cooper, (and the said Levin
Bishof, deceased, arid praying that said
tittle may be granted and that said so m
of $V5 ).O0 with interest from April 13,
18(13 shall be pai I by the Administrator
of said Levin Bishof, or that said pi uni
tes may be sold to pt.y tha same.
And the said laaac Cooper aad Flora
E. Cooper, are notified dint Iber aw re
quired to appear aed answer said poti-
-A A . ... , . , .
non on oi doiotp tne loin any of Me,
IBiU - a .jow.
CIIAMPBKI.L k OILMOKK,
Attorneys for PlainliT.
May 12,1870 6 prt 15
Sealed proposals wilt be received at
this office IP to M of Friday, June 17th
nx ror furntshi-p all the materials and
erecting a building On tht; InArmarr
Farm. 22Xji3 foet, tone (Vasemrnt. hfi. k
walls, galYaii'xea iron cornice a"fl il.it
Bids will ba rrre'.v-l 'T an part ef
the work or for the. whole.
- noiisulto witlha retnrrad to gVive
bond lOr (he tastafvl performance at tha
Plans and specif! ations caa aosr he
seen at this office
The froard reserves the right to rwjoct
any or all bid.
By order if Commissioners.
JARVIS N LAKE, A editor.
DANZIGER 4 LAKE.
The Largest Prices in Cash paid
of all kinds, or otherwise
THE BEST o SOAPS
srirl be riven
he given ia exchange. AppJi
the Factory east ol the Depot,
BANZIGFR k LAKE.
April 18. I87G If.
J. P. BBOOKNIS BOft.
Baron St., Eaton Ohio,
fob. 14 aTi
A Farm of Che Hwdred
ACRES FOR N0THIN6 .' !
A cosapilati n with fall sua 1 accurate
eaplanationa ef the HOMESTEAD
LAWS enabling and inslrecting any
person bow to aaenre one ha ad red acres
of rich farming Jaad for nothing, six
months before' leaving house, stod ia taa
reebest and most productive portion ef
tbe Oreat West If yoa eon templet
emigration send FIFTY CEET8 for this
Work. You wifl never regret it I
M. E MAYNARD, St. Lewis, Mo,
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
nr ORE DAT l
From Cider, Sorgh am, Molasses,
Sugar, Wine or the juca of any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Kasy. Goat not one half that ot
tLe old process of allowing Ci
der to sour in tbe barrels.
Any one can make it. Foil
Directions sent open receipt of
Address. W, H Bishop,
ST. JLOUMB, e
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