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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Katocu Thursday, Aug. IS 1870.
ISSUES BEFORE THE
k White Citisenship, Tree Trade
-Repudiation of tho BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Besto ration under the Old Oon
stitution and no compromises
with tho destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralized despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of Stuff.
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supremo Judge,
Hon.RIOIIARD A. HARRISON
Of Madison Couuty.
For Comptroller of tho Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON. .
Of Belmont County.
For Member of Board of Public Works
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
On the Track Again.
There Is no surprise whatever
about the nomination qScuenek
for Congress, at the Radical con
vention, for everybody expected
it. His bogus letter paved the
way for his nomination, and
sileuccd the feint opposition that
was manifested in the District
previous to the Convention.
Schenck is rather a shrewd politi.
cian, and understands bow things
are "set up. Jtlis hold upon the
Ring yields him so much satis
faction in the way of pecuniary
profit, that he w-11 accept the
nomination without a doubt, and
the disaffected wilt have to wheel
into line and swallow the pill
that they apparently turned from
with such determined feelings.
The nomination of Schenok is
a triumph for tne bondholders,
high tariff advocates and railroad
and other monopolist. He be
longs to them, body and breech
es, and Is bound to do their bid
ding. The motive power is fur
nished by them. His thirty
thousand dollar residence in
Washington was purchased with
the droppings from the lobby
eves. 8chenck, in fact, is the
most effective instrument and
willing subject, the corruption
ists have in Congress, and if he
ever attempted to decline the
nomination, the pressure would
be brought to bear on him that
would cause him to aqulesoe.
Schenck, In fact, doe not belong
to himself, bat is owned and
worked, not unlike the slave of
the South before f he war Such
willing took are not to be found
everp day, consequently there
will be a desperate effort to elect
him. Money will be used. To
defeat him would be a death
blow to those who live by squan
dering the government money
and plundering the pockets of
the people. Therefore, we may
look for one of the hardest fought
battle that ever took place upon
the soil of the Third District, es
pecially upon the part of the
Radicals. He will be defeated,
however, If the people do their
duty, and refuse to be blinded by
prejudice and misrepresentation.
Their interest lies in the defeat
af Schenck. He is in the Ring
that has for years worked against
and is hostile to too laboring
and producing class of the West.
Let the laboring maases assert
their independence, and vote
against Schenck. and consequent
ly, against Eastern monopoly.
It was hoped by radicals and
feared by Democrats that under
the operations of the bogus 15th
Amendment, enough negro votes
could be polled in Kentucky to
swamp the Democratic majority,
and five the State over to the
negroes and radicals.
Recent events have proved
that radical hopes and democrat
io fears in this regard, were alike
unfounded; for at an election held
on the 1st inst., the Democracy
of Kentucky, covered themselves
all over with glory, and succeed
in defeating the white and black
niggers, that make up tho radi
cal opposition in that State by
That will do for all practical
How are yon 15th Amendment?
"And the colored troops fought
Usnekal ScuKSfCK, the Uero(?)
of Vienua ho who massed his
troope into railroad coaches and
then dumped them into a rehel
masked hatlery has been nom
inated for Congress by the Kadi
cala, in this district, not withstand
"nig the fact that, he a short time
befero, positively declined to be
a caudidate; assigning as a rea
son for his retnsal, that he was
too. poor to make the canvass.
All of which is indicative of some
thing not noticed by the casual
Robert is really cute and is
thoroughly posted in his business
Ho was well aware of hl3 worth
to the money kings and huge
monopolists of the East, and
knew perfectly well, that they
could ill afford to loose his valu
able services, in their behalf, in
the next Congress; and by plead
ing poverty and threatening not
to be a candidate, because of it,
he has probably brought them to
terms and compelled them to
"shell out" a few thousands, bo
as to insure his election.
We expect to be called upon
immediately after the October
election, to chronicle bis defeat-
and the election of a good honest
Democrat in. his place one that
will represent the wishes of the
people of the 3d District of Ohio,
instead of the wishes' and inter
ests of the bondholders and cap-
taiists of New England, as he
Action of the Preble County
Messrs .Editors. At a called
meeting of the members of the
Preble County Agricultural So
ciety, on Wednesday, August 3d,
1870, important business was
transacted as follows:
After the meeting bad been
called to order by J. M. Dough
erty, Vice President, Mr. Hay
deu W. Dooley, President of the
Board, and who has for many
years past occupied that position
tendered, through Dr. John P.
Brooking, his resignation of said
office stating as his reason for
d ine so, that his health is of
such a precarious character as to
render him unable to discharge
the duties of said, office and do
justice to himself.
Bocause of the interest that
Mr. Donley has ever taken in
the affairs of the Society, and of
his ability and uniform courte
sies as an officer, this announce
ment was heard by the members
with deep rogret.
On motion, the resignation was
accepted, whereupon the follow
ing resolution, offered by J as. Li.
Chambers, was unanimously
vvhrreas, I his t5oard has re
ceived with deep regret the re
signation of Hayden W. Dooley,
Esq., its President, and for many
years prominently connected and
intimately identified with the in
terests and welfare ot the Socie
Resolved, That the thanks of
this Board be hereby tendered to
Mr. Hayden W. Dooley, Esq., for
his unitorm courtesy, and for the
efficient and faithful discharge of
the duties of his omce.
The Secretary then read to the
members of the Board the resig
nation of H. B. Yanausdal as a
member of said Board, giving as
a reason that his business was of
such a character that he was not
able to attend to tho duties re
quired. On motion, the resignation ot
Mr. Yanausdal was accepted.
Upon the acceptance of the
resignations of Messrs. Dooley
and Yanausdal, the Yice Presi
dent, Mr. Donjrherty, announced
that in accordance with our By-
Laws it was the duty of the
members of the Board present, to
nil all vacancies, whereupon the
following persons were chosen:
President John M. Dougherty.
Vice President Jas. L. Cham
bers. The promotion of Mr. J. L.
Chambers and the resignation of
Mr. H. B. Yanausdal created two
vacancies in the Board of Direc
tors, whereupon Benjamin Dear
dorff, of Lanier, and Wm. C.
Randal, of Monroe, were chosen
to fill said vacancies.
Mr. Thomas F. Stephens was
chosen to fill the vacancy in the
h.xeeutive Committee, caused by
the resignation or i. s. Yanaus
dal. The Board being again full, ar
rangements were made, general
ly, for the ensuing Fair, which
will be held on the 27th, 28th,
'jyth, and duth days of Sentem
ber, 1870. They uuite in saying
that every possible arrangement
will bo made to make this fair
success. But when tht Board
have done all that they can do,
there is then a big work for the
people; and if they desire that it
shall be a success they must
make their arrangements, indi
jviduaUy, to do something.
ijy order ot the Board.
W. A. SWIHART, Sec'y
Preble Co., Ag. Society.
Issues of the Coming Campaign.
As usual it will be the object
of the Radicals to divert the at
tention of the people from the
real issues of the campaign. Al
ready Senator Morton, of Indi
ana, has sounded tho key-note of
the campaign this fall. The Sen
ator Senator is a kiud of finger
board on he political highway
for the Radical party to follow.
He points out the way, and i hey
foliow. Moaton is a shrewd pol
itician, and is looked up to in the
capacity of guide, and followed
wi h ratch exactness by the less
er lights of the party.
Having a person then that lays
dowu the law and gospel .or
them, to such we may look to find
out what that gospel is. Morton
in bis late speech at Indian
opolis, gives us the issues that
will be clung to by the Radical
press and stump orators, during
the fall campaign. Let us look
for a moment at the two main is
sues proposed by the Senator:
First, the decrease ot the Nat
ional debt, as they call it, will be
the chief point to be dwelt upon
during the canvass. This will
be figured up in the most favora
ble light, to deceive those who
know but little of finance, and,
by this means, also, Grant's Ad
ministration will be represented
as a success. This hobby has
been used so often, and so ably
exploded by Senator Dawes, of
Massachusetts, and others, who
have examined the financial
standing of the country, that it
will have bat little force among
the reading and thinking classes
of the country. The debt, if fig
ured rightly, has been decreased
very little, if any, and the expens
es of the present year for run
ning the government, are double
what they were last year, so the
decrease this year will be less
than the last, if there was actual-
a decrease dur'ng last year. The
decrease ol tne debt is, in our
opinion, one of the poorest issues
that could be depended upon; but
much stress will be placed upon
it, and figures will bo used to re
port it in a favorable light. Fig
ures won't lie, however, and the
argument can be refuted.
Another issue will be the re
construdtion of the Southern
States, which, to any sound mind
is visible as a complete failure.
Military despotism still reigns in
man, of the States without cause,
and the elections are carried as
directly after as during the war,
by the force of the bayonet. Re
construction, then, is a failure, as
it will always prove, if attempted
by armed force.
The tariff question, will also be
brought into the canvass. This
question will be forced upon
them. It is not a sought issue;
but it will be brought into the
canvass by the Democracy and
Conservatives, and will have to
be met. They would remain si
lent on this subject, if they could;
but, as it will have to be met,
they will represent the Democra
cy as opposed to free trade, or
low tariffs, by showing the vote
on the late bill, remodeling, to
some extent, the tariff of the
country. This was a sham got
ten up expressly for the occasion,
anu, is in fact, a worse state of
tariff thau was in existeuce be
fore the bill was formed. It low
ers the tariff upon some things
that should have a high tarifi.
and raises or lets it remain high
on some things that are neces
saries, and should be free from
tariff. These are the main is
sues that will be brought before
tbe people by the Radical press
and stump orators this campaign
and can be met and refuted by
the Uomocrrcy. Let them be
presented fairly and squarely to
The Republican party is go
iug to pieces. It has played the
nigger out. Sambo is a squeezed
lemon. It has nothing left but
tbe bondholder and the Excise,
i and these won't last loos.
Transfers of Real Estate.
The followiug are tqe transfers
of Real Estate for July, as they
occur on tho Recorder's books
for that month:
Hannah H. Dilks to John L
T71 a a"a p- a-a a v
r ail, yo.y4 a pt n e, nw and sw
Iqrssec 30, Jefferson tp. $9,600
Daniel Disher to John H. Un
der, 12 a pt 6 e qr, sec 7, Harri
son tp, 1,205.
W. J. Gllmoreto Polly McCabe
lot 388, Eaton, $232, (quit claim)
James Cook to Nelson Phelps,
160 a Be qr, sec 8, Jackson tp.,
f 14 500.
Hannah Humber to Wm. II.
G i hues, s$ lot 35, West Elkton,
Wm. II Grimes to Tho9. Pope,
Catharine McNeal to Elisha
Wilkinson, 130 a pt se qr, Bee 11
Dixon tp $6,000.
W. HI H. De'Jroot to Nancy J
Rensmar , lot 233, Eatcq, $800.
Charles II. Chambers to J. J.
Robinson, individual pt of J. L.
Chambers & Co's Machine Shop,
B. F. Larsh, assignee of John
F. Spatz, to W. J. Gil more, lots
D. 53, 54, North Eaton, $150.
James Elliott to Jas. Allison,
10a pt sw qr sec 28, Dixon tp,
(mill property) $2,500.
D. C. Balentine to A. C. Van-
doren, ipt lot 285, Eaton $433$,
Maria L Balentine to same, J
pt of lot 285. Eaton, $500. (quit
Joshua JNicodemus, by feherin,
to Franklin N. Fmlge. 136 a se qr
sec 3, Gratia tp, $7,000.
Ja. Morrow to 1 eter Surface,
pt se qr, sec 10, Jackson tp $1,000
liarman Tonoy to Wm. loney
160 a nw qr sec 8 Dixon tp, $8,000.
David VV. Merrell to James M.
Ken worthy, 3a pt se qr sec 9,
Somers tp, $800.
Jas. P. Smith to Geo. McDivitt
pt lot 32, Fairhaven, $400.
W. H. H. PeGroot to Isabel H.
Hubbell, lota 324, 324, Harris'
adition to Eaton, $600.
Jas. I Gilmore to Jas Kelly, 1$
a pt nw qr sec 15, Israel tp, $75
Martin L. Wear to David and
James M. Barnct the old Hall
Mill property, $1,550.
John Langhlan to Jeremiah
McOarty, 171-5 a ;t ne qr sec 20
Jackson tp, $1,500.
The Boston Traveler, in no
ticing the adjournment says:
"CongTCTfs adjourned after a
session of almost seven and a halt
months, in which time as much
incapacity, imbecility, ignorance
and impuden -e mas displayed in
its doings and misdoings and un
doings as ever came from a leg
islative body, which is saying all
that can be said in regard to its
impndence, its ignorance, its im
ptidence, its ignorance, its imbe
cility and its incapacity." This
from the leading Republican pa
per of New England, should be
conclusive as to public opinion in
Those of our readers who re
aide in tho country will Jind it
greatly to their advantage to
look over the columns of the
Democrat before startiug to town
to do their trading. By this
means they will readily ascertain
where the eheapest and best
bargains zan be obtained. Busi
ness men who have first class
goods for sale, always advertiee
The Radical Senate of the
United States has passed, at this
session, fifteen land grabbing bills
giving away to corporations of
speculators, a greater amount of
land than is included in France.
Spain, Great Britain and Ireland.
Three of the-o bills of plunder
went through the senate in
eighteen minutes by the wafch.
Wm. Enqle, has removed hia
Tailor Shop from over Deem's
Dry Goods Store, to Gilmore'e
Row, on the west side of Baron
street, Eaton, where lie will be
prepared :o execute work in his
line neat and cheap. Give him
an early call. aug.4w3.
The undersigned have been duly ap
pointed Fsecutors of the last will of
Cornelius VanAusdal, late of Preble
county, Ohio; deceased, August 10, 1870.
Harvey B. VanAusdal.
Campbell & Gilmore,
Attys. Augl8 w3 pf $1,75
Mu. Editor .Pleasn announce the
name? of JOHN FOOS, as a audidate
for i ounty i oraiMtODer, and obh"e.
The Trichina Spiralis or Pork
Perhaps it is not generally
known that the ranch talked of
trichina spiralis, or pork worm,
was first discovered in America
by Dr. R C. Kendall, of Phila
delphia, Pa., with that American
instrument known as the Craig
Microscope, costing only $2 75,
after repeated failures to discov
er the worm with an imported
microscope, costing $55, "of feeb
ler power atid less reliable." This
act Dr. Kendall stands ready to
prove at any time. The "Craig"
Microscope in neat box with full
direction is mailed anywhere for
$2.75, by E. H. Ko-s 318 Locust
st., St. Louis, Mo. Read adver
tisement in this paper. june9.3m.
How many housewives are
there who have experinced the
difficulty of oDtaining good vin
egar. Read the advertisement
oi w. u. Jjisuop in this naDer.
nr i .
THE ' SINGER" NEW
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
WITH ATTACHMENTS FOR ALL KINDS OP WO"K
Is fast winning favor in the Household
as mown by the bales ot Last x ear,
Amounting to eighty-six Thous
and, seven Hundred and
Eighty One Machines,
which far exceed
those of any
ahis new r ajvj.ii., i jvaauhiin Hi is
capable- of range and variety of work
such as was thought impossible, a short
time ago, to perform by machinery.
W e claim, and can show those whom it
may concern, that it is the cheapest.
most beautiful, delicately arranged
uicely adjusted, easily operated, and
smoothly running of all the family Sew
ing .Machines. It is remarkable, net
not only for tbe range and variety of its
scwiug, but also, for the variety and
variety of sewing, but also for the vnrie
ty and iflcrent Kinds of Texture which
it will sew with equ.tl facility and per
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interlocked-f.lAstic-Mitch, alike on both
sides of the fabric f own. Thus beaver
cloth, or lea'her, may be sewn with
ureat strength and uniformity of stitch
and in a moment this willing and never
weaiying machine may be adjusted for
one work on :auzp or goa amor tissue,
or the tucking of tarletan, or"ruffiing, or
almost any other work which delicate
fingers lave been known to perform.
Puiehasers can soor be convinced
that our new Family Machine embodies
New and essential principles simplicity
of construction ease of operation nni
formity .t PRECISE -action at oily
speed capacity for range and variety cf
work, fine or coarse, leaving all rivah
THE FOLDING CASES.
The New Family machine hiky be bad
in a variety of folding covers and coses
Some show in polished surface only the
grain and tint of the wood, while others
are finished in all the elaboration of art
For Hemming, Felling, HufHiug, Braid
ing, Bindiig, Gathering, Tucking. Eni
broidering, and so forth, are not only
numerous, but now brought to great
perfection. Most of them can be it
'ached h a timplo move of the hand.
'he quality ot the work c .n only be fully
ppreoiated on observation and exami-ation.
INEN THKEAD, SPOOL COTTON
We have and shall keen in stock ot.
our Central Office, and Agencies, on
spools of varioiu sized, Twist of all
sizes and co'ors, Linen Thread, Spool
Cotton Oil, and all other articles ne
cessary in the use of onr machines.
VVe wish it understood that we manu
facture th ' Twist sold by us: that we
shall aim to have it excel in qnalitr and
exceed in quantity, f.ir a given piice.
that of other manufacturers, and that
the Twist made by us in our new and
extensive mills, supplied ns they are
with the most improved machinery and
skille4 labor can be lelied on for the
desirable qualities of uniformity of size,
evenness, length of thread as mtrked on
each spool, strength, excellence of color
and beauty ot finish.
TBE SINGES MA NUFACTUHINU
ifvanrciMKTi office. 6i west
Fourth St. March 10. 1870tf
Democrat can be had from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling sum of SIXTY-FIVE cts.
In clubs of 10 FIVE DOLLARS.
This is the only, and best offer
we shall make to the many Do
mocrats of Preble. Send in the
J. McLean, plaintiff 1 Ilefore Jas Camp-
againsi oeii, j. p. ljPnier
G. W Miller, Deft j Tp.. Preble co., O
"VN the 8th day ef jvi.t, 1870, said
Justice; issued an order of Attarl
raent, in the above Action for the fttim of
iiv 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! r . u wl T w i . ri ( SO net
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Lanier Township, U'i.y 28, 1870w3ai
NEW THIS WEEK.
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During the past Six Year sitr
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School Teackets, Students, Phy
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vini' at Dayton at 10 a. m.
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at the Heart, wsaw ChoklnaTo I
Buffocat lnftf mSeniailons
when in a Ly- "SJSP 1 n k Postnro.
ox Walk before the Bight. Dull
Fain In the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Tellowneos
Ot the Skin and Bra.
Fain in the Side,
Back, Cheat, Titssho. elo..
Sadden Flushes of Rest, Burn
ing; In the Flesh, Constant Smsartnlna
Of Evil and Great Dsnrusloa of Spirits.
Organ, combined with imtmr MsseL
Hoofland's German Bitters
ts entirely vegetable, and eontalsao ne
liquor. It la m eosapoand ar fluid Ha
treds. Tbe Roots, Herbs, and Barks
from wbleb these extracts are ass da
are srstliercd ssaw I n Uerauar.
AU tbe nic.llfr mnnal vlrtBes
are extracted Vk Slrom tbens by
a ide sttnc sar clirmlet.Thrsi
extracts are tben forwarded to this
country to be need expressly for tbo
uunsra oi uiese isiaacrs. amers ts
Hoofland's German Tonlo
it s combination of att the tasrasfcaBt af t
wiA mm Santa Orm Sum. Press, mm. M is
for Ou tame distant as the Bittors, u eases wKtrs soma
sen alcooolic stimulus is rtqtsind. Yom wOt hoar im
mind that those remedies are entirely different from
any others advertised for the cure of the HlMlll nasi lit,
these taint scientific preparations ofmtdietmml li fl ISS,
while list other are mere dt cart ten I of rum is soma
form. The TONIC is decided! t one of tht moat mom
sent and aareeaUe remedin ewer of end to the asfctft.
Jb lost U txemisil. II is a pleasure to tarns m whSU it
isfe frina, ewMlarmtsnp, and asedmasj fill falsi J
w is as sssas as sirsssf asaa
Then U ma asbilsi equal Im HoeJtOneT
ssxuer ar lanxc taesssxeas im nil ej SMnltiy.
They impart s tone fkJ Mand rigor to the wheit
system, eh sngtl m ajrB the emmtlite, causa
ss ssbfnscsl of Vie mmuwsm food. emtMe Ou sto-
macn to aigett u, purtju uss ease, seal s gesm, i
etnse, They can be
delicate jsmsle , ar man
swr known, and wiU cure aU di son set
seta osooo- JLeep your seenyna Hood pure ; tsee
Looer in order ; keep m yoesr dlgmttti ergon
is a saiinJ, health, I mteudititm, Ms ss
ef these remedies , ondamsBBB a nd no timem wiU
mtr inifips. The heal men im the cousurp ret
them. If gear ef honest rsgtdatisn go for
gas must erg uiese preparations.
FROM HOW. QBO. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Bniinssi Quart e9 Psaasyl
PsiLACBLrsis, March Is, 1MT.
I Jind " UoonaneVt German JNttsss '-is not mm l
tooling beverage, but it a goo tenia, useful ss iffsil da S
ef Use digest
ire organs, am of great Oeeeejts em cases egr
or sssasj scjsfla, ss test eyases.
HMO. W. WOODWARDS
FROM HON. JAME8 THOMPSON,
Jadse of the Bo Drama Court of Penney!
PBiLtDSLraii, April J8, IMC
I consider hmm, ''Hoofland's
German Bit sWh. tera a ssfsoMs
medicine In case SsdB of attacks of
Isdlgee tlonosassi saSsVsaeor Dyspepsia.
I can certify this from my experience af
FROM KBV. JOSEPH H. KENS AED, D.
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia,
Da. Jaossos Dsas Sis; J ham been freeucntlg
requested to connect sty asset with recommenmahrms ef
different kind of medicine, but I MSI dflp the grmtUm
eee out of eene eeseooaaeeeato snhere. I home an all casts de-
tUmtd ; but will a dear proof im various instances, and
particularly im mg see assets, of OU usefulness if Dr.
Hoofland's German Bitter, I f lf trt fur emot from SO)
I course, to esvreee my just esseeasss ease ee
debility of the system sad eapedsllr for Uvw
plaint. It La tsav snjftteal and valuable
Com Dials t.
pre per stlon
eee oasts u mem
' doubt mat, eeeS
fours, euro respectfully.
e them mm a
J. Is- TMtYYdMse
HooftdneTs German Remedies art mmmtsi fiUit Tht
sis lii i have use signature of C. BX. Jackeon as
rrlee or the
Price of the
or, a nun
The tonic Is pot sp hi qosrt IUa.
' " 1. n "ZZTi - wei.
rZLToce you mmldmg dm Oust ha
man say fust as MM mg ood, Oeoautt XL,
Zs?rrpre&memW en it. These Koa
aeesunli be sent by crprt to any locmUtg upon npptiem
Hem to the
AT THE OERMAN KEDIOTHB STORM.
JTe. an ARCH BTMRMT, PItelapsls
CHAB. M. XVAH8,
Formerly O. M. JACKBOH th OO.
hese Bern, dies are for sale by Draf
adUts, Morrkrei.cn, and Medicine Deal.
Do not forget to tramitv well the arUelc gem tmy , I
no alcouolle substance or any Kind used
In compounding; the Hitlers, hence M Is
the only Bittern that can be nssd Im
eases where alcoholic stimulants are
aaaiutg compeesnam, awssnan tne suns Hugs from Use
eye, impart a Mease to the cheeks, and change th petiwmt
from s short hrmthed, emmeemtsd, mmm, sad asrsse
isssWa, to a full-faced, stood, and iwimi sews.
Weak and Delicate Children are
made strong; by a if ear ths Bitters or
Tonic, b mat. that are I" a as 1 1 e flledt-
Bitters, SJ OO per
tear tS OO.
Tonic, SI SO per
ozcu for $7 SO.
Ban (.. the at