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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Thursday, Aug-. 25 1870.
THE 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 thed estructive andlnf amous
policy of a centralised despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of Stale.
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
Hoh.RIOHARD A. HARRISON
Of Medrson Couuty.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHX A. HE A TON,
Of Belmont County.
For Member of Board of Public Works
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
COL. Ii. D. CAMPBELL.
The Democratic District Con
vention which convened In Ham
ilton on Thursday last, selected
Hon. Lewis D. Campbell, aa the
standard bearer for the Democ
racy ot this District in the com
ing Congressional campaign.
The ability of Mr. Campbell,
will be called in question by none
as he has filled, with honor, high
places in both State and Nation
al government. Daring the last
winter he represented Butler
and Warren counties in the State
Senate. By accep'ing the Con
gressional nomination, he will
have to resign this office, which
ho has signified his intention to
We shall) of coarse, expect to
hear the usual howling and
growling from the Radical pa.
pers of the State, over the nomi
nation. Let them howl, say we,
if it will ease their pain any, for
they are trembling under the fear
of defeat. They well know, the
"Butler Pony" is hard to beat,
(they used to brag on that themselves.)
DONT FAIl"to"hEAR L. D.
CAMPBELL, SAURDAY, AT
THE COURT HOUSE.
"How is that for high." Look
on that picture, and then on this;
The Legislature of North Car
olio will stand aa follows;
Senate Democrats. 32
Dem maj ... 14
House Democrat! 75
Dem maj -30
The Greenville Democrat says,
one of the first acts ot the Legis
lature should be to impeach and
remove Holden, and thus provide
a lesson lor Holden's marauder,
"Colonel" Kirk, of jayhawking
The Radicals of the Fourth
District have nominated Hon.
W. B. McLung, as tkeir candi
date for Congress. The Demo
crats are jubilaut and believe
they will elect their candidate
Hon. J. F. McKinney.
There is no protection to
farmers in the tariff laws of
Radical Congress. There are no
imposts on any foreign product
that cau compete with what he
raises on his farm. He has to
come into the market on the mer
its of his stock and soli it fo
what he cau get. The manufac
turer of iron, of wollen or cottons
is protected, bat the farmers pro
ducts never figure in
a taritt uui.
nnME AND HEAR L
1 w -
CAMPBELL, ON SATURDAY,
AUG27TU, AT THE COURT
The Congressional contest 1 1 1 i
tall will be the more exciting,
should Schenck accept the Radi
uwJ nomination, on account oi
the personal relations existing
between the two, as will be 6een
by the following article which
we take from the Enquirer of the
GREEK MEETING GREEK!
"Schenck and Campbell are
pitted against each other as can
didates for CongresB in the dis
trict known as the 'Blood' Third.'
No district in the United States,
perLapd, has been as thoroughly
-ought over for the last thirty
vearp, us th's. Within that per
iod the counties comprising it
have been represented in Co-u-rress
by Tom Corwiu, Weller,
a-a a , iii -t aa
ociienck, tJamnDeii ana vaiian-
lighara all of whom may be
said to have acquired National
There are some facts connect
ed with the personal history of
Bob Schenck aud Lew Campbell
(as they are familiarly called)
that add interest to the race.
They are both natives of the dis
trict born in the towa of Frank
lin. Warren Connty, where the
old homesteads stilt stand.
Their lathers were pioneers,
and came into Warren as early
as 1800, when the Miami Valley
was a wilderness. Schenck s
father was a man of wealth, and
the original proprietor of the
town. Campbell's lather was a
poor mechanic, and raised his
family by making spinning
wheels until the invention of the
cottou-jenny destroyed his busi
Schenck was born in the year
1809 and Campbell in 1811.
They were raised together, play-
matep, classmates, dec, until about
the year 1826, when they were
separated from the village school.
Schenck was sent to Miami Uni
versity, where he was educated
and graduated Campbell to
father's corn-field on Clear Creek
where he learned to till the soil.
In 1828 Campbell went from the
farm iuto the Gazette office as an
indented apprentice to the print
ing business, and from bis appren
ticeship to Hamilton where he
published a Clay paper in the
canvass of 1832, and read law.
After this separation, these
boys met as men at the bar,
where both practiced many years
successfully. They have both
been members of the Ohio Legis
lature. Both have represented
in Congress all the counties
tho district. Both have held the
leading position in the United
States House of Representatives,
that ot Chairman of the Ways
and Means Committee. Both
have been Foreign Ministers.
Both were officers in the Union
army during the rebellion. Both
always belonged to the same pol
itical party until the close of the
war, when Campbell left the Re
publicans, because they abandon
ed their platform. Both are ac
knowledged to be good stumpers
Schenck's majority over Val
landigham, two years ago, was
about five hundred, and his
friends claim an increase of sev
eral hundred by reason of the
Twelve thousand five hun
dred dollars havo been appropri
ated by Congress for a negro
college in Chester county ,Penna.
All for the negro, nothing
white men, is the motto of
The Radical leaders are
favor of protected capital
imported labor high tariffs and
cheap Coolio labor is their aim.
A cotemporary consoles
Radical farmers who eomplain
hard times, by advisiug them
go naked, eat greens and
the Republican ticket." If they
continue to practice tbe latter,
they will soon be reduced to
The leaders of ihe Radical
party nave stolen more since
they carne into power than
took to carry ou the
ment during the half
A terrible murder was com
mittod in New York City, on
29th nit., upon the person of
Mr. Benjamin Nathan, a Jewish
banker, in his own house.
perpetrator of the foul deed
not yet been discovered, although
immense sums of money
been offered lor his arrest.
No use talking, we cannot
write Locals this hot weather
and any man who would
a poor mortal to do so,
make a first class Comanche
The Democratic Congressional Convention.
HELD AT HAMIDTON O., AUG. 18.
A Large Attendance!
NOMINATED BY ACCLA.
Hon. Lewis D. Campbell,
Accepting the Nomination.
Gentlemen of the Convention: Often
in the course of my past life, I have had
reason to be thanklul for tbe partiality
and kiLdness of friends in conferring up-
me poMtious of political distinction.
Nothing has occur.ed heretofore, that I
now rt-collectof, which made so profound
an impression upon my gratitude as
yo.ir action of today, of which I have
just bee.i advised by youi" Committee.
Always hitherto when 1 have bet n the
recipient of such distinguished honors, it
was when I had high claims for past ser
vices upon the party which couferred
them, and when I was ambitious, and
used personal solicitations and other
means to bring about tbe result. Such
are not the fa ts on this occasion. I
have no claims for past services npon
your political organization, and if I had
1 (rust I have too much patriotism to as
sert them to the detriment of our great
cause. There are other facts which great
ly enhance the compliment you have con
ferred upon me. The names of such dis
tinguished gentlemen as Mr. Vallnndig
bam, J udge Crane. Judge Gilmore, J udge
McKemy, Mr. McMahon, General Ward,
Colonel Nolan and others, men having
high claims upon tbe party for services
rendered, hate been mentioned in con
nection with this nomination. Yet these
have all been witdrawu by themselves
and friends, in order that it might be con
ferrcd upo- me by acclamation, and it is
this extraordinary magnanimity whicb
excites emotions in my heart which I
can command no words to express.
Gentlemen of the Convention. I cannot
accept your nomination oecaube ot any
past services, for 1 nave none. I cannot
accept your nomination because of any
clrim tor past services, for 1 have none.
I cannot accept it from a desire bv rea
son of any personal ambition for the of
fice, because that was long since grati
fied. I cannot accept it with the expecta
tion of thereby adding to my own bappi
ness or that of my family. I can no ac
cent it in the belief that by the honest ex
ercise oi me legitimate iunctions oi me
office I can be pecuniarily benefited, be
cause 1 know from experience there is no
money to be made oat ot it, ana i can
not consent under any circumstances to
discharge th m iu any other way. Were
1 poor, 1 should much rather bequeath to
my children, as their inheritance, my
poverty than my dishonor. Applause
But I can accept it, and I do accept
cheers, soley from a sense of public duty
1 owe to my country duty I owe to the
institutions about to be subverted by tbe
party in power, for which my ancestral
relations fought and bled upon tbe battle
fields ot the Revolution. I accept it be
cause of a duty 1 owe to yon; my country
men of this Congressional District,
which I was born, and in which I have
spent all my life, an3 in which I expect,
after a few fleeting yrara, and perhaps
months only, to repose my mortal re
mains until the day of resurrection.
A. few words to my competitor. W an
a day or two 1 have read an account
an extraordiany utterance of the Democratic
idea made tn far distant coon
try. I say extraordiany, because of
character of the man who uttered it, the
place where uttered, and tbe circum
stances whicb surrounded him ut
time It was made by the Archbishop
Purcell in tbe Ecumencial Council, as
sembled in the Vatican at Rome, sur
rounded by tbe Archbishops of that
Church assembled from all parts of
world. A convention embracing, per
haps, a. greater amount of learning than
any which has asembled during the pres
ent century. They iad under discussion
the question as to the powers which
shou'd be conferred upon the Pope.
The Archbishop contended that the rela
tiens of the rope to the people ot
Church should be the same as the rela
tions of a Piesident of a Republic to
people of it. I he progressive sentment
thus uttered has secured for tho Arch
bishop an increase of my high regard
him. Turning to the place where
prelates of Spain were seated, to
significance to his point, he said,
have the strange spectacle ol a grejt
bunting after a King without suc
ceeding in catching him." ft strikes
that the Republican party of tbe Third
Congressional District are in very much
the same dilmma in regard to their can
didate that old fogy Spain is in regard
her King. Ihey cave been casing atter
their candidate for a long while,
have not scceeded in capturiug
When they do, we shall have a merry
time. They will probably succeed
electing him some time after Louis
poleon and bis boy, wuo picked up
bullet, snail ma Kb ncir triumpnai
m o tne citv ot Zferun.
The probabilities are that General
Schenck will be my competitor. I
heartily rejoice if such is the fact, for
know him to be a scholar and a gentle
man. I have known him long and
We were born in the same village,
three-score years ago; and were school
mates and classmates in boyhood I
known him ever since. Although
the reason of personal friendships form
ed and cherisned from boyhood,
which, to my knowledge, bave never
changed, I have reason to regret tne
Uical antagonisms wind have
brought about, vet with these rejrets,
I confess there commingled something
"That stern joy that warriors feel
In foemea worthy of their steel."
I do not wifh that General Schenck
should be the candidate because
would be more easily beaten than
but because there would be more
faction in defeating him than nny
those who might be called the
heads" of the parly. I sh' uld prefer
acceptance because he is a representative
. , . . .
man ot tne imperious party wnictl
rapidly bringing disaster upon our
ivy. j. fgara nira as responsible
. j r.. . , , . . ...
greai ucgree ior tne injustice ol tbe
construction acts, for the usurpation
Congress of the legitimate rights of
States, for the destruction ot the
principle which made the Supreme
an independent part of the Government,
for the oppressive system ot hi-b
tariff and taxation anf or
injustice and inequalities of the
revenue system, for the wanton
profligate expenditure of the pubic
and squandering of the public
(Cheers. ) It would give me great satis
faction to ru t him Tree to face before'
the hone t yeomanry of bis district,
whom I thiuk he hat deceived and be
trayed. 1 desire to snv a word in regard to the
character of tbe campaign, and especially
in tbe bearing of gentlemen representing
the Republican press, if there lie any
snch-present. It will be my desire so to
conduct it as to discuss fairly the greut
questions before the p ople for consid
eration, and avoid that system of wuc
fare which indulges in mere personal
Crimination and recrimination And I
be'eive that General Schenck and my
self both t-ufEciently understand what is
due to the piop-ieties of public debate
and tbe amenities of personal intercourse
as to couduct tbe campaign in a dinified
manner. I shall not be tbe agressor,
but should I without juntificttion be
assayed, I wish it distinctly understood
that 1 shall follow the same line cf policy
Should the policy of "throwing dirt" be
resorted to, I think I may safely say
that I can make a full half hand.
(Cheers) Should I find myself incom
detant I shall send for my old friend Joe
Geiger, whom , I think can throw more
dirt, and throw it faster, when aggravated,
than any man alive.
I considis it proper to announ.-e to
veu my Dem era tic friend, that, should
I be elected, while 1 will at all time" ad
vocate atrenously the great leading prin
ciples which characterize tbe parly, I
shall take great pleasure in serving my
constituents, who may oppose me, in auy
manner not involving a sacrifice of the
principles of the party. Daring my
former services in Congress 1 adopted
this rule in regard to business before the
departments, the distribution of docu
ments, Ac. I deem it j st and right that
in these respects minorit'es should not
be wholly ignored.
Gentlemen of the Convention, in con
clusion, let me advise you at once to
encourage a spisit of harmony aud unity
in your reuse. Let us treat tbe lair
minded men ol the Republican party who
ha7e been base'y deceived by their
leaders, wilh forbearance aud neighborly
kindness, and we shall have sue h acces
sions as will enable ua te triumph. Do
this, and I think I can safely predict,
that after a long pull, a strong pull, and a
null altogether, some of us will meet on
the evening of the second Wedenesday of
October next, at about seven o'clock, iu
front of ttre Court house in tbe city of
Davton, and there and then m-ike tbe
ground shake with our shout of victory.
("Cheers. 1 Whetter victorious or not, I
intend that it thall be said at the close of
the campaign; that I have carried the
banner which you have this day placed in
hands without its rccivfng a s.ngle stain
of dishonor. Prolonged applause. J
Colonel Campbell then stated, as it
was well knowu.he now held the office ot
Representative of the counties of Butler
and Warren in the State Senate, and as
he did not beleive it to be cousisteui
while holding this office to seek another
be would therefore notify bis f iends
that he would this day transmit to the
Governor his resignation as State Sena
The following is the ticket
nominated by the lata Radical
convention at Columbue:
Secretary of State, Isaac R.
Sherwood; Supreme Judge, Geo.
W. Mcllvaine; Comptroller of the
Treasury, W. F,- Wilson; Board
of Public Works, P. B. Herzing.
Those of our readers who re
side in tbe country will find it
greatly to their advantage to
look over tho columns of the
Democrat before startiug to town
to do their trading. By this
means they vvill readily ascertain
where the elieapest and best
bargains ;an be obtained. Busi
ness men who have - hrst class
goods for sale, always advertie
Wm. Engle, has removed hie
Tailor Shop from over Deem's
Dry Goods Store, to Gilmore's
Row, on the west Bide of Baror.
street, Eaton, where he will be
prepared to execute work in his
line neat and cheap. Give him
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t9 It vou want to save mon-
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Thtr Introduction Into tfcla oomrtry from QMf
THEY CURIO TOtTB
FATHER 8 AUD HOTH2BS,
And win core yon wl yor fhudrm. They mr9
trom (B WM WW
ta um inlay
Tonic. Tbcy at
Drew Har.uuD. or ufihlH
bat good, boaeet, reWeble mtsirtaee Tfc-ey
Tkt frtaUml twww rweieYelW
Diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
all DUumi arising from a DImiw
Liver, Stomaea, or
impurity or tarn blood.
Cone tip tion, Flatuleooej, Inwera .
jmiiness or jatooa to mi jaeeo, aoiut
of tn Stomach, TTausee, Hee.lt
burn, Dnut for Food, rulneaa
or Weiht in tho Stosaaob,
Sour Eructations. Slnkr
intt or Fluttering at the
Fit of tho Stomach, Bwim
iyir of tlie Head, Hurried Of
XMfficult Breathing. Fluttering
at tne Heart, Chokine- o r
when In a Iy- Poata
Dimness o f aaeaw- Vision, Dot
or Webs before tne SUrht, Dull
Fain in the Head. Defloienoy
of Ferspiratlon, Yell own eee
Of the Skin and Byea.
Pain in tlx Side,
Back. Cheat. Limbs, etc..
Sadden Flushes of Heat,
Inn In the Flesh, Constant
of Bvu ana ureal ue
epreesion of Spirits.
mflht Liwr wr DigitUm
All H.tmr .nri.mLr dittum t
Organ; cvmMntd wUX taaeera MsseV
Hoofiand's German Bitters
Is entirely yege table, and ten tains
ii.. ft la a r,llunillld wt WTlmXM W
trarta. The Roots, Kerbs, and Barka
from which tlaeaw extra to are an a 4a
are sratberrd saeaaw 1 n Or many.
aii ts" wnwidr mri"? lrt"
are extracted ?A Mtrota thena by
a scientific 11 W chnalat. Tkaaa
extracts are then forwarded to (Ms
country to be need expressly for tfeo
manufacture of iliese Bittern. There la
no aleohollcsnbstauce of any kind nessl
aa eoMDoaiidliil the Miners, hence It hw
alv Itinera USI ewia av aaavaa aaa
Hoofiand's German Tonte
JS . at an (aa Is II I Sfissf wf A( I
arict rims 4vaU On jraas, Ormmf, a. Jl ta
. jl. . mm (aa tltnaaa aa aaaajaaVn
elans Kc sNiau ta rujwiTtti. Ytm miU Seee to
say othtn adm-lU'ilJmr Cto
i k . at.. ,
fwrm. TU TOSICf. toawyrf aaWa,.
taiT,. i?Tx, It U a aa-Vr Co -fc. jAto
Uf'-aivina. eMhilaraUwuf, anal aaedactaal jasldlll M
ac7n that Meat TtmttUa art ootlraly SlBlla1 to
oj cm aajaaaav aaa.
rxart O as atiaVpfa
aVBa-s tr Stoac in
Them fcissrt a law
Ou wpptlit, "w
fd. sasNt CW ata-
wxach to digai a, purVy wUrwd, eiM a gww. unsi.
temWmy owmfltwiim , aifcssa Ou wdlom Hit frm On
aye, impart a bloom to au cAaaaa, aaa emawgt um j
from atart friaarta. astsctotol, insr, mm a
(aa all it. te a Jwll-factxt, ataau, aaa liasaiasi an i .
Weak and Delicate C hJldren ars
made atrosvK hy uaTtox
Tonic. In tact, they are F ajaUy Me
etnea. nr east he adnalnleterod with
perfect safety ta a child throe montha
old, tha naoat delicate Female, ar a saaa
arr rnowm, and wrU cure ait Jaann raaaMtaiy frwm
wwmwkZm7xwm,wormmjm tWaart; aayfar
Xavar is order ; ha; I year alttoariae 1 1 Ml
to a mad, WUy mcaasdahVm, by Ac to
wf Omm laaaJtoasatoaailaal aa dimmm aafl
.uui una. TkM kwmt mac to um WWmWWW 1
l. If veart of hotutt rtonlsMna go far
pern wtuu try uaaa j
FKOM HOW. GKO. W. WOODWABD,
Ohtof Jostles of tbe Supreme Comrt of Pannayt vanto.
PaiLAOiLrsta, starch is, 1M1.
Jtod " HaofUttuft German Biltart ' it wmt aatotoa.
wmknw ti saw, but a a good Umit, aaeail to Kaiail
wf um stoaKast organs, and wf great bmmjU to as wf
Sdn(teadoWVair.lalaiaa,ia taa ayatomw
OJtO. IT. WOODWJMA.
WBOU HON. JAMES THCrhTBOlt,
Judge of the Supreme Oenrt of PaaaayrajoJa.
PaiLAosLraia. April US, IMS.
1 consider ah Boouaaa
German Bit ATl. tera "a aatoa
aed.ni' In caae AVaaaBaV ar aaeaoae
IndlaeatlonaaShs aaataanor ays
I cava certify thU from my exrper
w. a onra, JSmb
FROM REV. JSBKPH H lENBJD, D. D.,
Pastor of tbe Tenth Baptist Church, PUMetyUa.
Da Jackson Dsas Sis: I how btwm frwtnmwmm
rtouttted to connect at nam tos i auusaaastoWaai wf
but regarding uv pracmcw
ira, I Vase to all oaaaa dw-
rtqnttUd to connect my nam
different kinds wf medicine.
mm met mf mm mxmr
nut ipr a cerur J" -"J
wmrimn toaaaaaa, wmmt
mnrticulartf to say aamssrfhr, wf tne iiaaatoaii wf mr.
yyooJUme Gorman Batten, I aayaart fee-once frwmmff
uouai course, to empress mwjun aaaii
oral dcljlllly of the ayststo aaa aa
fjomplaina, 11 is a
a r a t a r atioa. to
fail; but uraolty.
xoara, mww "3".tY..'
J. a. mma Ii moise,
UA. UUnm Ooaios twr.
tVav B acaar
Lhmt tor sea
cose w mom
J doubt not, it wnm
nnmeofti acVaa haaa to aato beta. Aartnwr are
Price of th mtlera. 1 OJ
Omm a I. ,
Price of the Toaala,
Or, a hall dot
CO par bottlaU
The tonic la pet op ta q.Tt bottles.
mr n.i tknt is Cm Dr. Memenmmet Oen
mm-f mo tmnxeermnUo used and WW Al
w(s- " l and da aaSHaaa. aatoaa (Aa
to induce worn to Ink zaafMaay
at met ns m sKWaOOd. I
o lorn, r DroSaaaVassaaW-' ea it- Tneo
aau will be mi kg mwrc to say ut nito aar,
ha a, W
rRISCIPAL OFFK B,
X THE OEBMAN atEDICTNB STOI
Mw. U AMCB STRKMT, r nil ill, Ml
CHAB. M. XVA1VB,
Formerly a H. JACKSON At OO.
.fteae Raaaedles arc for sale hy r
, and Medicine j
4i aef for.
eraitsur.' well the ifHll ysm