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The Eaton Weekly Democtat
EDITED BY A COMMITTER.
Eaton, Thursday, June 24, 1870
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A. White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondodDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration undei the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralised despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of 8tae.
"Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
Hon. lUC) HARD A.HARRISON
Of Madison Couuty.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. IIEATON:
Of Belmoi.l County.
For Member of Board of Public Works,
Col. WILLIAM SPENCElt,
Of Lading County.
Democrat x;an be bad from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling snm of SIXTY-FIVE els.
In dabs of 10 FIVE DOLLARS.
ThSs is the onty, and best offer
we e.nall make to the many Do
mocrata of Preble. Send in the
Democracy still live, and
yet rule over a land redeemed
from the curse of Radical bond
age and corruption. We have
never despaired of its ultimate
restoration to power, because we
have never lost faitb in the rea
son aud intelligence ot the peo-
ulc, and the eventual triumph of
that reason and intelligence over
passion and predjudice. Radio
alism rode into power in this
country on the waves of sectional
prejudice; it reigned most tri
umphant when the storm ot pas
.slon raged fiercest; and as the
storm abates and the waves re
cede it loses power and prestoge;
when the calm hour of reason re-
turus, it must iuevitably surren
der its sway over the nation.
And that hour is not distant.
Its approach may be delayed
some extent by the desperate ef
forts ol those who see lu its ap
proach the death-stroke for their
corrupt schemes of personal and
partisan aggrandisement; but
will come none the less sorely,
nna that ere long. We have al
ready been afforded numerous
preniouitions of its approach.
Ono of tbe most Btrikinj?; Is the
lntn election in New York. In
fact, in all the elections, state
local, which have been h 3ld since
the Fifteeutb Amendment was
proclaimed a part of the ConstU
tution, it has been clearly dem
onstrated that the Radical pow
er is rapidly losing strength, and
cverrthinsr 6eems to poiut to
early and complete overthrow.
The announcement comes from
our own State, that hundreds and
thousands of men, many of whom
have heretoforo been prominent
members of he Radical party,
diBgusted with negro suffrage,
which has been torced upon
State against its will and in defi
anee ot its constitutional rights,
and still more disgusted by
utter neglect on the part of
Radical Congress to adopt
measure .alculated to lighten
burdens of the masses and
duce the expendi ures of government,
have broken away from
that party and declared their
to act with it no more.
The case is the same to a great
extent all through the West,
the passage of tLe bill to enforce
Ihe Constitutional Amendment,
md all o her measures of a
nature infringing upon
rights of States, its vrell os
special privileges anu suusiutee
hpslowed upon monster monopo
lies at the expense of the people,
will only tend to increase
disaffection and hasten the
of national deliverance.
- The truth is, the people are
iug to think on their own
count. They ask "why are these
things so?" and they receive
satisfactory answer; consequently
they are seeking out the reasou
for themselves. As they learn
that the leading spirits of
dominant party, with all
Drofes9ions of regard for libert
and humanity, are laboring
the one object of the retention
power for their own aggrandize
ment at the expense of the mass
es that they have made voting
sovereigns of ignorant negroes,
and disfranchised sujects or
white men, that
have enriched grasping monopo
lists, and crushed down the
masses with the burdens
an enormous taxation, all for
same purpose they determine
o. follow their leadership
Radicalism, in its desperation,
has overreached itself, and sealed
its o-vvn doom. fa our deliber
ate judgement nothing but the
moat bluuderi.. g stupidity or the
wildest mismanagement ou trie
part of the Democratic newspa
per organs and political leaders,
can save from utter overthrow in
the lall elections. If c deal
with living issues of the present,
orm.nlinir to the reason aud
judgement ot the people, mid re-
train irom exemng im .
which tan so fierce and wild m
the past but have now nearly
subsided, wc are certain to
an tarlv and decisive
victory, and thereby secure in
some measuro, at leasr, the de
liverance o' the people frm the
unjust burdens which they are
now compelled to beur, and a
corresponding return to true na
tional progress and prosperity.
Seymour (Ind.) Democrat.
Of the Eaton Union Schools.
The following i9 the report of
the Eaton Ui.ion Schools for the
eight weeks' term ending June
No. f.F PUPILS JtN ROLLED.
Malos 182; females 223; total 405
Average daily attendance:
Males 148; fem. 190.3; total 388 9
Average daily aboenee
Males 10 2; females 11; total 21.2
Average No. belonging 359.1
Per cent, of attendance 94.4
Average age 11.015 yrs
No. of pnpils who Read
do who Wrote
do who Spelled
do in Arithmetic
do in Geography
do in Eng. Grammar 70
do in Algebra 30
do in Ltitin 11
do in Composition 137
do in Drawing 229
The pupils marked (A) were
present every day of the term.
Those marked (B) were absent
only for sickness. Those marked
(C) were present every day dur
ing the year.
Charles Ackerman, Adam Cup-
py, Lola McCabe, Henry Poos,
Frank lies3ler, Cbas. Shields, O-
rion Street, Mary Campbell, Km
ma Swihart, Alice Chriatman.
Archibald Van Doren, Horace
Zeek, Lana Ouppy, Edlie Minor,
Etiie Stephens, Addie Tracy,
LIZZIE CHAMBERS, Teacher.
Jane Aukerman, Mary Bran
nan, Ida Beman, Mary Coon,
Minnie Gabel, Susan Holihan,
Alfaretta Lauer, Emma Nease,
Laura. Odell, Christena Rowe,
Etiie Show, Mary Shields, Fred
rica Schaedler, Flora Stephens,
Hurriet Tuttle, Miriam Tuttle,
Olive Trnax, Nettie Weiss, Frank
orflButlcr, John Mulligan, Eddie
Pryor, Robert Runyon, Catba
Mary Brannan, Ella Show
Catharine Schaedler, Hattie Tnt
tie, Meriam Tuttle.
SARAH CRUME, Teacher.
Charlie Albright, Maggie Kline
Edwin Brooke, Clara Mathews,
Nattie Stephens. Albert lhum,
Hattie Shields, Frank Chambers.
Solomon Lander, Flora Welsh,
William Lander, Clara Hubbell,
Fannie "VanDoren, Geo. Hughes,
Louisa Ackerman, Julia Lake,
Jas. Ayers, Arthur Miller.
Flora Welsh, Charlie Albright.
LIZZIE A. DUGGINS, Teacher.
Clara Clear, Josic Griswold,
Moeie Houlihan, Sophia Knan
ber, Paulina Locke, John Fisher,
Churlea FiBher, (Jhae. A. Fisher,
Cassiua Milam, Henry Btroh,
John Smith, Wm. Soibert.
Mary Jefferson, Emma Shields,
HANNAH GARD, Teacher.
Rilla Walls, Elma Welsh, Mar
tin Fisher, Mattie Runyan, Cas
sie Aukerman, Estela Fisher.
Clara Bonaker, Chas. Morton
Mattie Rnnyan, Elmer Welsh
MARIAH BALENTINE, Teacher.
Mattie Curry, Lillie Gans, El
la Huston. Masrgie Reily, Mary
Rhefus, Wm. Ackerman, Joseph
Poos, Charles Ressler, Henry
Geo. Kline, Mar on Sliver, Ab
bey Brazier, Essie Chambers, Del
lie (lans. Maggie Gates, Mary
Lander, Florence Stephens.
L. P. BLACKFORD, Teacher.
Chas. F. Brooke, John S. Poos
Martiu Rehfo, Ida Crnme, Mary
Finni'v. Clara Fisher. Kate Hus
ton, J." R: Kline, Kate L. Thomp
son, Clara Lauer, Alice Welsh.
J. R. Kline-John Poos, QoO.
IRENE HARDY, Teacher.
P. SELLERS, Sup't.
P. SELLERS, Sup't. Eaton, June 14, 1870.
Ed. Aatou JJtmocrat:
Mr. Lough alias "D. Q " is
very fool-hardy in accusing any
one oi forgery and falsehi o I In
the face ot sworn statements and
published official documenle. j
Aud as he desires the record I
shall have to assist him a little
further in publishing his own
shame. Mr. Lough admits that
his feeB for recording deeds,
leases and mortgages are 90
ceDts each. See report of Sec
retary of State published 1870,
page 301, where Mr. Lough re
portb 1.518 deeds, 7 leases and
286 mortgages recorded, making
1,611, which at 90 cants makes
$1,449.90, and 225 mortgages re
leased at 25 cents makes $56,35;
the iwo amounts added make
$1,506.15. See report of Audi
tor of State published 1870, page
89, where Mr. Lough makes his
fees for the year $1500,50. The
first is a certificate, the second,
an affidavit. These are public
documents, and can be seen at
this office at any time. That
Mr. Lough disputes them, know
ing them to be true, shows the
desperate strait in which he is
placed. That he cares not tor
the troth, is evident from his
(D. Q's) letter which is a base
fuhrifMitinn from first to last. 1
again say that I care not wether
either of the above reports be
true. It is very evident that the
three in question can not be true;
where the falsehood rests, your
readers may judge.
1 will uot rejoice over a fallen
foe, neither will I stoop to an
swer his low flings, for the truth
cuts bad enough, but 1 propose
to fight it out on this line. The
truth will prevail.
J. N. LAKE.
The folio wiuflr is tne vote ou
lay representation cast thus far
in the M. E. Church Confere
ces: (or lay represeuuuuu, o,
875; against lay representation.
1,161. Total vote, 5,086. This
. . . e - a
gives the requisite inree-rourcns
vote, and ninety-eight to spare.
There are twelve conferences not
reported in the above. The votes
of these conferences are looked
for with the most intense inter
oat hv the entire body of the
It is claimed by the friends
lay representation that the min
istry have so often and firmly
pledged themselves to the re
form, that its defeat now would
be disastrous to the moral sway
they have heretofore exercised.
The Republican press have
a variety ot oph ions about the
Democratic Convention and its
Platform. The. Cleveland Her
aid. alarmed by its scathing re
view of Radical robbery and the
nrominence it cives to "live is
sues " w arus the Republican?
"that the coming campaign will
be no boy's play, bat a hand-to-
hand cou'eit, in which every
inch would be contested, and
which the Republican party
must contend against great odds,
if bv anv nianoeuverine it
forced to act on the defensive
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tel, Main st.
e.lAO rrf A YEAR. GREAT IN
at tfWtVWV DfJCMENTTO MALE AND
Son, FEMALE AGENTS. We de.-ire an ac
Itive Agent ii: every town, to whom we
offer a chance to sm norr. For full
particulars address BaaiiUKD ft Wet
xotr, Cleveland, Ohio. may 2 tf.
Preble Couhfy Manufacturing
NOTICE ti hereby girc-n thntbooka
kava been pied lore r vc subscription
tlh eapfral stork ot the I'reble ounty
Manufacture g CiInnr, at llie office of
OropbeH k Gtlmore, Eaton, Ohio, and
in lh hands ot the oudersigned cemmis
nonen ofsflid i-ompwrrv a. Kaion. Or
( The i ujact of aaid company i tn carry
'on the man afar tare of Smerior School
) I'urnituie, dressing Lomber, and g-ncral
I'oundry business. I he undersigned o
lieve that Ihe abovt will be a paying W
inesr, and cordially invito tie itisit ot
Km t mi and the connty, to a:d in an -terprizd
that will bv a uroBt to ihem,
and will matcriallv aid toe improvement
n ii J prosperity of the town and cotinly;
call upon you to lend a belpi ig hand
I to home enter, rife and iudnstrv.
J. J. ROBINSON.
H. H. KLINK.
W.A.S WUIAUT. J X-
Mny 12, 170 w4prf (7,1 0
W N OPHAM,)
I.L. CHAM HERS ( '
OBKUT SMI I'll '
Jacob Peardorff plt'ff I PrebleComPN-rm.
Isaac Cooner & Floia Petition to Po
Cooper & I' loia Petition to f . re-
i oopei et. al. close Mortgngai
To Isaac Cooaar nd Flora E. Cooper,
of the State of Missouri, wiX take notice
that Jacob Deardoiff of t6e'county of
Preble and Stale of Ohio, did on ths
tWl day of October 1800, file aia peti
li r in the ''-urt of Common I'ieas wiih
... .i f.. : . AAMt.v a i'.(.i. n A
. r.. ra.
Cooper, Fior.i E. Cooler and S.imuel
Austin, adai'r a' Ae estate si Levin JHt
hof deceased. Rachel Austin and othei a
defendants, setting f rth tliat tbe Sato
Iaac Cooper t Horn ii. Cuoper gaw a.
mortgne to the defendants, JVter Alike
sell & I'arthence 'I'm lor on ihe following
described i.eal EltHte. striate io the
f .unity of Preble and Slate of Ohio- Ro
i eg at Lot ntimber iiimty tlree fU.T) ,tv
,uon ard designated an the plat of thj
ineorpcratad village e W-ir.ahrslar in
said county, to secure the payment)
fufX) ( 0 acco. Jiug to tertain notes re
l' r ed to in anid inortgtigo, tl'St Oil of
-aid ii i r bas l.e.'nuuly t,s.,igned to ibra
plaintiff, nn i that since the giving of
said mortgage said Ixaac Cooper at I lira.
E Cooper, convt-ved said Hetl late, to
one Levin Brshof now deceased, that
said eVctr" hm beea lost, aax) rhat rhe oilier-
deraodiila ahiiro- some inic cs' in
sajid sea1) est sic, und'ei the fa:J Is.-iac- &
Flora E. C "( r.. Jm: 1 the satt l.ev'm
.'i-lior', di if .MiI ami prating th:il i-aid
tittle may be granted ami (hut said sum
of 250.00 n !' i-itarviit frixa April 13,
18G3 Khali he pni I by lite Adioinisirutor
of said Levin Bishof, or that said I tni
ses may be sold to pry the same.
And the aaid Isaxc Cr-ouer and Flora
E. Cooper, are no'iH-d that ibey u e re
quired to appear and answer in. I peii
tion ou oi hVrare the 25th I t ot June,
Oil AMPIiELL & (J IL.MOK ,
Altorner for Piaini."-.
May 12, IftTO w pti 15
Scaled proaoaaU will be received at
rhia office a M ofFY-day, June 17th
n.-x'. for luminhi ft all the materials suT
recling a ihIJ5iij on 'hi tfrmarr
K.irn I i -tone .. V.n. lit brwk
. wall, galvanized rrcwi ceeaMce norf si n-
I ro, m .... , A
miiiirix! rereiv-'i r r airr pirt vi
,he wi.rk ar far the whnU-.
''oiilrnctavs will le rquiitl to gie
bond f tV miiaf"l Berfarmnnre ot the
Jlnrta and" srecifi' ariomt can now be
seen at thin office
The ftoarJ tes'-rtes the right to reject
any or all Hadis.
By ord-r A Ci'mmisaionera.
.1 Alius M LAKE, Aaditov.
May 12 li-70wvf8,75
BAHZI6ER & IAKE.
Sip Factor! !!
The Largest Prices in Cath paid for
of all !inds, or otherwise
THE BEST s SOAPS
till ue given in exchange. Apply at
the Factory east ot the Depot,
Mj a t v n 49h io.
DANZIGFR k LAKE,
April 28. 1870. If
7. P. BROOKNIS & SON.
Baron St., Eaton, Ohio.
14 '69 vl
A Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR NOTHING!!
A compilati in with full an' accurate
explanations of the HOMESTEAD
LAWS enabling and instructing aoy
person how to secure one hundred aerea
of rich farming land for nothing, six
months before leaving home, aud in tbe
rechst and most productive portion of
the Great West. If roa contemplate
emigration send FIFTY CEETS for this
Work Yon will aevor regret it I
M. E. MAYNABD. St. Louie, Mv
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IN ONE SAY!
From CHer, Sortrliuni, MoI;ims,
Sugar, Wine or the juc of stny
fruit. Directions Simple uud
Easy. Cot not one half that ol
old process or allowing OU
in the liarrelH.
make it. Full
upon reeeipt of
der to soor
Any one can
Address, W, H Bishop,
ST. JLOUM9, .ff