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The Eflfon WwHBcmm
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Baton, Thursday, Oct. 6th 1870.
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A. White Citlaenship, Free Trade
-Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration under the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamoua
policy of a centralised despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge.
Hon.RIO HA KD A. HARBISON
Of Msdisoa County.
For Cr.mrt roller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON,
Of Bel mod County.
For Member of Board of Public Works
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
COL. I.. D. CAMPBELL.
Vote for L. D.
Campbell and Equal
DEMOCRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE
COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 28, 1870.
To the County Central Committees.
Gkntlkmkn: Allow ns to im-
ess upon too. that In the print-
nar of Democratic Tickets to be
voted this Fall, that the office be
given in fall, and the name spell
ed correctly. We give below
tbe fall name and correct spell
ing of the SUte Ticket:
Secretary of Stole,
Judge of the Supreme Court,
RICHARD A. HARRISON.
Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN H. HEATON,
Mi mber oi the Board of Public Works,
We desire to suggest, and orgs
the importance of celling meet
ing of your committee, together
with each Democrats as you may
deem advisable to invite, some
evening this week, and select
three or four or more ot your
most loading and influential Dem
ocrats who will agree to visit ev
ery township in year county to
urge upon oar minds greater
activity, and tbe absolute necssity
of a fall Democratic vote on the
11th of Octooer. With it, we
ere certain to carry the State ;
without it, we can't expect suc
cess now or hereafter. Will you
do this ?
A law of the last Legislature
so changed the law in relation to
judges of tbe election as to give
the highest candidate defeated at
the last election for member of
the council or township trustee
the right to act as the third
judge of election. The idea of
the law si eminently proper, tor
it gives to the party in a minority
in a township or ward the right
to one judge of the election.
Where the person so having the
rtgbt to act is not present at the
opening of the polls, the by-
etauders, as betore tbe law was
passed, has the right to select the
judge. Allow as to suggest that
you impress upon onr friend tin
townships and wards where the
Radicals have a majority, that
they avail themselves of this law
by urging the candidate for trns
tee or member ot tbe town or
city council receiving the highest
vote ot those not elected to be
present at tbe opening of the
polls, and to claim and exercise
his right to set as an election
judge. Your attention to this
may be the means of preventing
improper voting, and may, as
has been attempted heretofore,
prevent frtude upon the elective
Below we give you the section
of the law to which your atten
tion is drawn. (See vol. 67 Ohio
Laws, pnges 47 and 48.)
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
L. E. WILSON, Sec'y.
AN ACT to amend an aet entitled "An
act to regulate tbe election of state
and county officers," passed. May 3,
Section & That the judges of elec
tion, lor every election precinct, at all
elections holden under this act, or the
acts amendatory thereof, or supplemen
tary thereto, shall be chosen and con
stituted as follows, to wit:
First In every township, and for the
township election precinct therein, said
judges shall consist of the two electors,
receiving, hereafter, at anr general
April election, the highest number ol
rotes tor the offies of trustee of such
township, and the elector receiving
thereat the highest Bomber of votes tor
said office of those not elected thereto:
provided, if. of those elected township
trnstee, at any election, two ham an
equal, but not tbe highest, or, if the three
bare lue tame, or, u oi moss not so e.
leeted, two er more have the highest and
1 aumber of vote g for said office,
every seen event, the township
hall, without delay, pablicly de
termine, by lot, which of sail two, or
which two of said three so else tea. or
which one of those not elected but re
ceiving Totes as aforesaid (as the case
or cases may require), shall be judge or
jjadges of election, if any townihip com
prise more sue precincts tfean one, ine
trwtte thereof not chosen as aforesaid,
hall be one of the judges of election for
one inch precinct, whereof the other two
wa well as the jndges of election for any
additional tnwnshin orecinct, situate
wholly or partly in sue
:h township, shall
. . .
section seven of this act The Clerk otl
very township shall make and preserve
a record of the n i.es of all persons,
with the proper dates, ehoien judges of
election as aforesaid in such township.
Setond Said judges of election f or
each ward of any city, or village divided
into wards, shall consist of the two coun-
cihnen of sack ward, and the elector re
ceivmg, at the preceding April election
therein, the highest number of rotes for
the office of council man of those not e-
Iected thereto: provided, if two or more
electors not elected to said office, have
the highest aad an equal numbsr of votes
therefor, then it shall he the duty of the
city or village clerk, as the ease may be,
en opening the returns for such ward, to
determine, by lot, which of such electors
shall be judge of election for the same.
a record whereof he shall make in his
minutes; and said clerk shall issue a
certificate of election, as ia other cases,
to the person in each ward so chosen.
Judges of election chosen as aforesaid.
shall serve as such during ens year, and
until their successors are chosen and
qualified as herein provided, &c. See
pages 47 and 48, laws of 1870.
Campbell and Schenck-A Parallel
Schenck himself was the first
to attempt a parcllel between tbe
two well-known politicians now
claiming tbe suffrages of tbe peo
ple of the Third district. He,
therefore, cannot object to a con
tinoance of the snbject. Scbencks
first citation was the disparity
in their military record, ne
claims for himself greater efforts
in behalf of the "Union" during
the late "unpleasantness" be
tween the North and the Sooth.
Now, the valorous militia Major-
General should bear in mind
that efforts in tbe wrong direc
tion amount to very little in
making up ba nance sheets. In
deed, they often do more harm
Leaving oat oi the argument
all question as to the best means
to be employed to suppress in
surrection, aad bring order oat
of confusion, aad taking Gener
al Schenck's standpoint for ob
servation, let as examine facts.
At the breaking oat of the late
war Schenck was a gentleman
of elegant leisure just the sort
to go into the war. Ho declared
ia the public streets of Dayton,
in front of the Market house, ia
tbe spring of 1861, that he was
unfit to be a common soldier.
He was not well enough posted
on aaiHtary tactics to fight ia tbe
raugs. tie, therefore, resolved
to do the worst thing possible
for tLe Interest of the Govern
ment and the patriotic men in
He went straightway to Presi
dent Lincoln and made known
to that high functionary his in
competency, whereupon tbe
President made htm a brigadier-
general of volunteers, at a large
salary. He was soon promoted
for his tyranny in Baltimore.
The case is a plain one, by
Schenck's own confession. He
was unfit to be a soldier in the
ranks much less a sergeant of
the guard, a lieutenant or a cap
tain. Hence be is commissioned
a brigadier-general and placed in
command of an army. His first
exploit was to get bis men aboard
a train of ears and go snorting
into the enemy's camp, and
whereby his innocent men were
His Lex t exploit was to issue a
silly order at the battle of Bull
Run, which the accomplished
Colonel McCook, who was under
Schenck ! treated with contempt
and disobeyed, thereby saving
the hero of Vienna s command
from destruction. Thereupon
the General telegraphed home
that he and bis staff were safe;
of coarse, by the grace of Colonel
McCook. This was not doing
the best he could for his country.
He might have done better in
the ranks, and not endangered
tbe lives ot men wbom he was
confessedly incompetent to com
Mr. Campbell commenced his
military career lower down tbe
ladder, and thereby showed his
sense, discretion and patriotism.
But General Schenck says Col
onel Campbell was soon found
installed as "Military Governor
ot Nashville, and he believes
m,je a valuable civil command
ant. That is saying more in be
half o his opponent than can be
said of the-hero of Vienna.
Note great while after tbe
brilliant coup de etat at Vienna,
Schenck was sent to Baltimore
as Its military dictator. This was
a good thing for the men under
him in the ranks, bat a bad thing
for the old city of monuments.
Instead of being a good com
mandant of a subject city, as
Colonel Campbell proved him
self to be in Nashville, General
Schenck was an unmitigated ty
rant. His time was principally
occupied ia aiding bis gay assis
tant the notorious Fish in ar
resting and trying the women oi
Baltimore. When Fish broke
open and rifled ladles' wardrobes
and f rnrtlra fikaniU . n l UmmJ "
Had opr hero began ia the
ranks, and fought his way op
like a man, thoogh he never had
risen higher than corporal, he
would be entitled to honor. He
might have looked back upon
his record with pride and satis
faction. When men thrust them-
selvs into responsible positions
for which they are unfit by train
ios and by nature, and that too
over the heads of accomplished
officers, they have no right to
apologize for their incompetency
by saying they did the best tbey
We shall hereafter show that
Schenck ia just as much a 'botch,'
and just as slow to learn in Con
gress as in the army.
What charm chimes out at the stroke
ol bells, '
When knowa as peals from it ariiags
Obedient to tones like these an
appreciative audience assembled
this morning Sept 18th, at 8 o'
clock in the U. B. Church to wit
ness the marriage of Mr. Jona
than M. Wescoe of Eaton. O- to
Miss Phila M. Richardson oil
Seven Mile, O. - The announce
ment was read from tbe pulpit
on Sabbath, and the generaljn-
vitatiou was accepted. The at
tendant Brides-maid and Grooms-
man were Mies Katie Lsais of
Seven Mile, and Mr. O. A. Starr
of Hamilton. Borne twenty spe
cial guests were invited to the
house of Mr. J. C. Richardson,
who also by the same cards were
invited to go witl tbe wedding
party to the home of Mr. Wescoe
near Baton, which was gracious
ly accepted by many. Tbe nine
o'clock train harried away the
happy company from the press
ence of numerous friends collect
ed at tbe Depot. One of the
company, going, was the Rev.
C. T. Frame whose lot it was to
have said the ceremony. On
this occasion, in the observance
of this rite, each in responsible
station, acted commendably bis
part. The bride beautiful, aad
her beautiful maid in beautiful
white, behaved well, her liege
lord and grooms-man looked so
ber and manly yet pleased. Oar
best benedictions be and go with
Stolen Property Found.
Tbe set of buggy harness sto
len from the stable of L. G.
Goulp, three weeks ago, togeth
er with a saddle, two bridles, a
pair of check lines and some
wagon gears, were found on
Tuesday last, by Plqtht Gold
smith, in his corn field about two
miles west of Eaton. The bar
ess were in two grain sacks
One Back is branded with the
name of a firm in Franklin, O.
very suspicious! the other, J.
Davie, and the inside is well
spotted with blood and chicken
feathers! More suspicious! As
it is known where these sacks
have been, it would be advisable
for the late owners to come for
ward and give an account of
them, or some persons might be
a - .a a .a a.
areen enougn to tmna tne late
owners of them were in tbe bar
oess business, and possibly cause
this to be a warm place for them
BSsT Why don't some ind us trious Ysn
kee invent some patent by which prin
ters could do without money and oblige
more people. We do wish that printers
could be fed, clothed, kept awake and a
11 ve all the time by steam, gas. electric it j
or soma other agents than the ones now
Stolen Property Found. Schenck's Moral Pass-Time.
For the benefit of the mora1
portion of the Republican party
fan this county, onr Artist has
furnished us a eat, representing
oar present Congressional repre
sentative of New England na
boba,"in his favorite pass-time a
mnsement during the long win
ter evenings, while sojourning
at Washington city.
Lrsantyjao sFaaCram onacv
'y-sswssssssT my aS wannoal pSx
There are a great many of this
"God and morality" party right
in onr midst, who throw up the
whites of their eyes in holy hor
ror, and pretend to be deadly en
emies of all who drink or gam
ble yon can hear them at all
times swear they will neither
'touch or handle" the intoxica
ting drinker--they attend Church
with long faces, and pass a Sa
loon or Saloon keeper as one
would tbe charnel-house or a
small-pox bat, yet, ia the face
of all their public professions,
tbev are now tearing their
s hoes and throats, bellowing
for a person to represent them in
Congress, who is notorious as an
easy drinker ana has lost large
sums of money at the faro table
during the last session of Con
gress. Individually we are not
making war against Schenck for
these two evils, tor it makes
little difference to us how much
he drinks or how much he gam
bles away, bat wheo we see men
go "neck and heels" for such a
character, who are eternally pa
rading their pretended hatred
for whisky drinkers before the
public, it makes us have an itch
ing desire to expose their cant
and hypocrisy. The Jtegister
machine will please make a note
of this item and oblige the Tem
ple of Honor, and members ot
tbe Christian Churches general
Another Loyal Collector in
Trouble. Ex-Collector Vanderveer, of this
Trouble. Ex-Collector Vanderveer, of this District, Charged with Dmberzhng
Trouble. Ex-Collector Vanderveer, of this District, Charged with Dmberzhng $80,000.
General Ferdinand Vander
veer, formerly Collector oi the
Third Couirressionul District, a
staunch suppyrter of Schenck,
aad a formidable aspirant for the
nomination which Gen. Schenck
obtained, was arrested by Depu
ty United States Marshal Demp
ster, on Wednesday, upon cnarg
es preferred by John J. Lamoree
an agent of theliavenue Depart
ment. Tbe investigations leading to
the arrest were conducted witl
the utmost secrecy, and resulted
in finding embezzlements a
mounting to $80,000, between
February, 1867, and March 1869.
The largest sum appropriated
at any one time was S43,000, in
April 1868. Tbe case came op
for hearing before United brutes
Commissioner rialhday, who
postponed the eoamioatioa of
tbe case until next Wednesday,
and in the meantime released the
prisoner upon $15,000 bail.
It is rumored that charges, ot
a like character, will be prefer
red against several other parties
in tbe Third district.
The high social standing of
General Vanderveer, together
with this gigantic exposure ot
fraud, causes consternation in
the Bad. cat ranks, but tbe Gen
eral's case is only one of three
hundred and forty others, an ex
pose of which appeared recently.
Schenck at It...Bribery and Corruption.
understand, upon good
authority, that a prominent rev
enue official of Dayton, and an
intimate friend and toady ot
Schenck's a few days ago ap
proached one of eur leading Ger
man Democrats and offered him
$1000 if he would make two or
three Republican speeches this
fall. Tbe offer was scornfully
rejected and we suppose that, of
course, the corruptiouists will
with their thirty pieces of silver,
continue to hunt until they can
find somebody tbst their money
can purchase. As soon as they
find such a man they will duly
announce him as an "accession"
from the Democratic party.
CAMPBELL AND SCHENCK
IN JOINT DISCUSSION, AT
EATON, O, ON WEDNES
DAY, OCT. 5, AT 2 O'CLOCK,
la pursuance of an order of the Pro
bate Court of Preble county, Ohio, I will
oner tor sale as public auction,
On the 29th day of October, A. D
at 2 o'clock. P. M , upon the premises
the following described Real Estate.
situate ia the Village of Winchester,
county ot treble ana (Hate or Ohio, vis:
The north half of lot number sixty
eight and tbe north half of Lot No. sixty
nine as known aad designated on the
plat of the said town of Winchester, in
the county and State aforesaid. To be
sold free snd clear from the dower
Kstate ol Mary A. Focht
Terms of Sale One third ia hand.
one third in one rear and one third i
two years from the day or sole, with
interest: the payment to be secured by
mortgage on the premises sold. AO-
praised at szau,u0.
Adm'r of Levi Harp, deceased.
Hubbard k, Freeman, Atty's.
Sept. 15, 1870 w6 prf 14,60.
Is hereby given that Alfred H.
phens has been
qualified as Executor
of the Estate- of
Jesse B. Sterhens. deceased.
treble county. Ohio.
ALfKEI) H. STEPHENS
8ept. 15, 1870 w3 prf 1,75.
NOTICE Legal Notice.
xseiswa f. rue i ps et. I
- T . . v. I . 1
Nelson P. Phelps, of thetatc of TIH
note, James Cook a Loctnda Cook, hi
wife, William Teiman, imond and
Hale and Richard B. Wilson, defendants
win take notice that Squire L Hit tie of
Wayne county Indiana, did oa the 13th
day of September 1870. file his petit oo
in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and for the coaaty of Preble and State
ot Ubio, against the said Neson P.
Hale aad the other defendants above
!. setting forth, that, the defend
ants. Jamas Cook A Luciada Cook, hie
wife, wave a mortgage to tbe defendant
wiinam leimar. on the south east quar
ter of section number 8, in township
number 8, of ranee 1 east, containing
160 acres, mote or lea, situate - in
Preble coaaty. Ohio, to secure the pay.
meat of 300,0y, according to certain
notes r f erred to in said mortgage, said
not and mortgage dated Augaat 6th.
186. That said mortgage and notes
were oa the Uth day ol September 189
at signed by the said William Teiman, by
hi written assignment to the plaintiff
Squire U. h ittle. I bat since the giving
of said mortgsg by tbe said James
Cook snd wife, said Cook and wife. v
deed sold and conveyed said land to the
defendant Nelson P. Phelps who ia the
owner thereof. Aad that since the
giving ol said mortgage and deed the
defendants James Cook, 8 i mood A
Hale aad. Richard B. Wilson, claim
some interest ia said lands under the
said xnetsou f. f Helps, And praying
that said Nelson P. Phelps may pay
said sass now claimed to be due amount
ing to 91500,06 with interest from Aug
6th 1869, or that said premise may be
sold to pay the same, and the said Nel
son P. Phelps, and the other defendants
are notified that they are required to
appear aad answer said petition oa or
before the 12th day of November, 1870,
Attorneys for Plaint ff.
Attest D. B. Morrow, Clerk.
Sept 15. I870w6prt$2U.
sw- if yon want to save mon
ey in the purchase of DRY
GOOD8, go totho store of F. M.
Dent, and satisfy yourself that
the above is true.
July 28, 1870-tf.
eJf Crt I
The undersigned have been duly so-
pointed Executors of the last will of
Cornelius VanAusdal, late of Preble
county, Ohio; deceased, August 10, 1870,
Harvey B VanAusdal.
Attys. Angl8 w3.pl $1.75
VOTE For L. D. Campbell
Aud Eqnal Taxation on Tuesday
Turn Tlnllnra III
Send Two Dollars to r,K;r Vint
National Bank, Oarmautown, Mont
gomery coaaty. Ohio, for a Registered
Ticket in John H. Stevenson's Grand
Gift Distribution or Sixty Thousand Dol
lars' worth of Valuable Real Estate.
Gold aad Silver Watehcs. to be drawn
positively oa the
19th Day of December, 1870
Money is retained by tbe Bank
until the Drawing takes place.
The Capital Prize is a Beetteti
sw aEs-ssi aasssf MHme Coun
try Mletietence, adjoining the
corporation of Uermantown, J ,
valued at MMtriw
Don't delav. Send at once.
This is a rare chance an HON
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MHeneireet mvet Eirhty-Ser
em Valuable Frixea t for
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Tickets to one address for $10
For Circulars, aad all informa
tion, address, with stamp.
JOHN H. STK VlCW SUN,
German town, Montgomery Co., O
Dkmocrat can be had from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling nam of SIXTY-FIVE cts.
In clubs of 10 FIVE DOLLARS.
This Is the only, end best offer
we shall make to the many De
mocrats of Preble. Send in the
names early. ,
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IT TELLS, Bow to Cmarifr Honey
so as to sell for nearly twice the common
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of salting aad earing Haass aad all kinds
IT TBLLS, How to Dye Clothes of
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canag Barns, Soros, Cats, Felons, Frost
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bow to imitate those of" soperios grade
IT TRU, How to make tbe bes
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IT TELLS, How to Feed Hons so as
to make them lay all tbo year round.
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and valuable Receipts: aad a complete
guide to lbs monufactura of hundred af
useful and saleable articles, including
Patent Medicines. Perfumery, aad Toilet
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easily made, at a trifling cost, and sailing
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ONB XXLLABg For sale by Was. H.
BiBtiur, bt. bonis, mo. Agent tor the
Dealers ia First Class
North-Baron street, EATON, O.
Dayton & Eaton Om
THI undersigned will ran a leiW
Omnibus line between Daytoa aa I
Eaton, aa follows:
Leave Eaton daily at 5 SO a. m., arri
ring at Daytoa at IS a. m.
Leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arriving
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections msdewith Heath.
era trains at Dsyton.
ngera will be called for bv Ira .
tag their address at the Doap Boose,
Daytoa, aad the B xress Oaves, fat
the Drag Store or J. P.pBrookiss A Sort,
All orders andcommissions Urompi hr
sttesded to. JAS. TOBRKNCK.
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