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shed promptly at this Office:
chenck. the whisk v ring
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General Sehenck claims for
bimself greater consistency than
Ee is witling to accord to his op
oonent. The troth of this de-
oends npon what is anderstood
hr "consistency.' If it is the
"jewel," a& it Is sometimes repre
sented to be, then we fear Gener
al Sehenck does not possess it
A man may be consistent in
wrong doing as well as in virtue,
if consistency means adherence
to the line of conduct, without
regard to its consequences. In
this wiew of the matter, the out'
law may be consistent in his con
tinued crime. The good man
may b consistent in his honora
ble and praiseworthy career. Bat
real consistency consists in doing
what the individual believes to
be right under all circumstances.
This eminent quality of human
conduct, wLicb we very properly
term a "jewel, ' doea not consist
in doggedly believing in or act
ing upon one idea during a whole
lifetime, without regard to chang
ing circumstances or the light of
truth. The consistent statesman
may, and often does, change
many timea in a life-time.
The incompetent and the fool
hardy may never charge at all.
Mr. Sehenck claims, or used to
claim, great veneration for the
names and lives of Clay, Web
ster, Berrien, and Crittenden,
with whom, in hit own better
and hones ter days, and in the
better days of the republic, he
crloried in associating. Will he
dare claim greater consistency
for himself, in these tinea of
corruption and degeneracy, thau
he accorded to these pure men
in a pure period of the country's
These eminent men changed
reqnently in their political lives,
both in party nssoeiations and in
their views of policy of men
. nd mcartj-ts. Webster was a
Federal' ft, a Republican, a Whig,
and a Conservative. He was a
bank man, a free-trader, and a
protectionist, au Abolitionist and
a Conservative of the strictest
sect, a State-rights man and a
liberal constructionist. Clay was
a Democrat, a Whip, and' finally
died and associate of Douslas and
Cass. He was an anti bank man
and a bunk man, a free-trader, a
protectionist, a tariff reformer, a
protectionist, and lastly again a
revenue tariff advocate. So in
other matters, ank so with the
other eminent men named, and
so with scores of the great men
of the present and the past
They did not think it a crime to
change their party allegiance,
nor even their views of policy.
Lake patriot?, they so acted as to
promote the interest, welfare and
glory of the country, without re
gard at all times to party or pre
vious predilection as to p licy .
It is a fact which the history
of this country will amply sus
tain, that he who blindly ad
heres to party never rise to the
dignity of true statesmanship
Party is the bane of statesman
ship, as it is of the country.
Fools run mad after party when
their own true interests lie to a
different direction. We see it
now all over the broad land, and
especially in the West. Here
for yean the Third district has
been represented by a mere par
tisan, who no more represents
the views and interests of the
people than does Louis Napo
leon. He is a protectionist, whose
policy taxes the people of this
district to put money into the
pockets of the Pennsylvania iron
mongers, the New England man
ufacturers, the Onondaga salt
works, and a few copper miners.
He Impoverishes tbe laboring
classes of the West to enrich the
monopolists of the East. Such
conduct in a pretended Repre
sentative is a crime and a shame.
And it is still more a crime and
a shame that the voters of this
district, on the contemptible
grounds of party, should be ask
ed to re-elect him.
It is handing to the poor and
the laboring classes a rope, and
asking them to hanir themselves
with it. It is commanding them
to continue their servitude to thet
monopolists by continuing the
servitude of party. Will they
do it? That is the question
Colonel Campbell, like an honest
man, and like one who apprecK
a tea true consistency, has had
the independence to act out his
convictions, without regard to
party ties. Following in the lead
of this great Clay, he verily be
iieved that the manufacturing
it. teres t in its infancy needed
protection. He has seen his er
ror, and renounced, it, ana we
honor him for it. On the other
hand, Sehenck is still flounder
ing in the darkness of protection
to tbe few at the expense of the
many. He seems incapable of
learning anything. Let tbe peo
ple leave him at home.
Campbell Schenck..."Consistency." VOTE FOR L. D. CAMPBELL
AND EQUAL TAXATION.
Does the Poor Man Pay Tax.
Many poor men sincerely think that
they pay no tax simply because they do
not pay it directly oat of their pockets.
hot a little reflection will convince any
one that the poor do pay tax, and largely
too, npon everything they consume, as
uch, and more than the rich man does-
It it to the interest of the. protected na
bobs and aristocrats of the country to
tell the laboring men that it is only the
rich who par tax, for as soon as the
poor man is made aware of the plunder
ing, swindling and robbing to which he
is subjected by means of a high protec
tive tariff, he will rebel against being
longer a beast of burthen for an infa
mous crew of human vultures who are
preying upon his bard, sweat bought
earnings. Mr. Camtbkll in his Dela.
ware tpeech makes Ike following truth
ful and forcible remark while sneaking
on this subject:
Last fall Mr. Sherman paid me the
compliment of coming down to Itatler to
meddle ra a little canvass 1 was mazing
for the tate Seaate. He desired to de
feat me. Teat was all right, if was
. . . . . - m
anxious on that subject, out nis snorts
fell short Applause. On that occas
ion he undertook to prove that nnder his
tariff the poor men had no tax to pay.
Why, my tnf nds, tnc irota is, me poor
man is paying tax under the protective
tariff system from his cradle to his grave.
Suppose the d 00 rest man in yonr country
has born unto hist tkia night a boy.
Nearly half the cost of tbe iiUle flannel
shirt that the kiad mother hai pn pared
. 1 .1 . fee r a.
for it is occasioned by tbe tariff for lae
benefit of the manufacturer. All that it
wears through childhood and boyhood is
similarly taxek. If he becomes a farmer
all that he wears from the crown of his
head to tbe sole of bis foot, all that be
consnmes in the cultivation of his soil
is taxed. And so the tariff tax follows
him until at tha age of three score and
ten rears he totters into his crave. And
afterward his estate pays a, tariff duty on
the shovel used to covet np in tne grave
his mortal remains, for tbe benefit of Mr.
Ames, the celebrated mannfa turer ot
shovels and member of Congress.
S CHENCK, THE WHISKY
RING. LAND GRABBERS
AND B .'ND HOLDER'S CAN
To show tbe kind of dirt
Sehenck is throwing in the peo
ple's eyes to blind them from tbe
real issues In the present cam
paign, we copy the following
sharp throat from Hon. 0. L.
Vai landigham. About one half
of Sebenck'a speeches in reply to
Campbell are made up of such
silly stuff. It is an insult to tbe
intelligence of an audience, and
he should be biased down.
Hon. C. L. Val landigham pub
lishes the following eard to-day
in the Evening Herald:
"In the debate on Saturday at
Franklin, between Campbell and
oobenck, tne latter as reported
by the Cincinnati U-azette aud
Dayton Journal, said:
"'At the JNorth, the leader ot
the Democracy, Vallandigham,
said that we should only go
South over his dead hody.
"In so stating, R. C. Sehenck
uttered a wanton and deliberate
lie, and be knew it to be sash
when he uttered it.
"On the 20th ot August, 1861,
nine vears aero, and when it was
first published, I pronounced it a
falsehood, in a card to tbe Day
ton Empire, saying of it that it
was 'a speech .of intense stupidi
ty, which I never, at any time, in
any place, iu any shape or form,
uttered in my life.'
C. L. VALLANDIGHAM."
Vote for L. D. Campbell
and Equal Taxation.
irtsmarck is represented to be
anxious about the sympathies of the
United States, bat can t treat with the
SCMJEJfECM the JWBMS
lew ring, land grabber
and, bond Holder- eandi-
W a n t e d. We want an ac
ti ve and energetic agent for the
Democrat In every townsbip in
Preble county. We will pay lib
eral commissions to agents. Call
and see ns. No person is now
authorized to collect for this pa
per. any persons claiming to be
authorized agents are impostors
White Wheat Flour, 1001b. .
Red WYeat Flour, 1008)
Wheat, per bushel
Corn, per bushel
Oats, per bushel
Itye, per bushel
Beans, per bushel
Salt, per hi
New Orleans Molasses, gal.
Golden Syrup, per gallon . . .
Bacon. (sides and ham) lb
New Orleans sugar, lb
Coffee, per lb
Lard, per lb
Batter, per ft
Eggs, per dozeb
Bacon (Hog round) per lb.
White Fish, halfbl
Herring, per half bl
Potato per bushel
Apples, per barrel
Dried peaches per lb
Dried Apples, oerlb. . .
Clover seed, per,bashel
Timothy seed, per bushel. . . .
.. A3 75
1 30 1 45
8CHENCK, THE WHISKY
RING, LAND GRABBER8
AND BOND HOLDERS CAN
A Serious Affray.
For several years there has
been a belligerent feeling exist
ing between Joseph Fishes and
Eli Thompson, growing out of
the property now owned and oc
en pied by the former. Time
did not seem. to assuage tbe biU
terness and hatred that existed
between the two, at least if we
are permitted to judge from the
the desperate encounter they
had on Tuesday evening of last
week. We were not an eye wit
ness to the "mill," but learn
from those who were, that
Thompson struck the first
knocking Fisher down, who, up
on recovering biraselt. dtew a
arge knife and went to carving
bis antagonist right and left, in
flicting several very ugly and
dangerous wounds in the Mom
ach and head of Thompson. The
cuts were probed and dressed by
Dr. A. H. Stephens, and Ttaomp
son was carried home more dead
than alive, since which time he
has been lingering m a very pre
carious condition. We learn
however, that the wound that
wm thought fatal, is healing very
very favorably, and his chances
of recovery is now almost cer
tain. As the matter will under
go a legal unvestigation, we
wi'bbold all comment upon the
'Be it ever so homely.
There is no place like home."
nor any other place in all this
region of country (since Harvey
Vanansdal's return) where such
elegant Dry Uoods are sold so
low, as tbe Store of Vanausdtd
Vote for L. D.
Vote for L. D. Campbell and Equal
aW The Real Estate Agency
heretofore conducted by me, has
been turned over to Johx T.
Deem, Esq., who is folly author
ized to act for me, during my
absence from Eaton, in all busi
ness undertaken in this line.
Mr. Deem's business habits and
extensive acquaintance, are suf
ficient guarantees that all mat
ters intrusted to him will be
promptly and satisfactorily at
W. H. LOUGH.
W. H. LOUGH. Oct. 6th, 1870. w1.
Col. F. T. Foster has kindly
donated to the New Town Hall
an elegant street lamp. Thanks
THE WMSKW MMJTtty
WtJLJTMm i RUBBERS
.f.Vfl BO JVM UO 1,1) -
The Democracy are oppos
ed to tbe tariff robbers.
Opposed to tbe radical land
Opposed to the importation of
rat-eating Chinese to supplant
Tbe Radical party favors all
of the above swindles.
Voters, which party and can
didates will you vott; lor !
8CHENCK. TELE WHISKY
RING, LAND GRABBERS
AUD BOND H0LDY.US
The Preble County Agricultural
Like Christmas, the Fourth of
July and Washington's birth
day, the County Fair comes but
once a year, and to a great many
people it is a much more impor
tant event than either of tbo oth-
Nothing is more fitting
than that a day or so should be
given to rest and recrert ion, after
tbe labors of the year are ended,
and the earth has yielded its
bounteous harvest of golden
grain and its heaps of mellow
fruits to reward the toil of the
husbandman. The old proverb
says that all work and no play
makes Jack a dull boy. It has
grown to be an honored custom
that every one should come to
the fair, from near and from far,
and consequently on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday !att
our town was thronged with peo
ple, from an early hour in the
morning until the shades of night
had fallen. Notwithstanding the
damp weather, long lines ot ve
hicles came pouring in from ev
ery direction, and the crowd of
people at tbe fair grounds was
fully as large, if not larger, than
it was ever known to be before.
All classes were represented.
Grandfather was there, who
more than twenty years ago gave
his farm to the boys and ret red
to that comfort and ease which
tbe hard labor of nearly half a
century entitled him to. The
boys" were there too boys no
onger, but stalwart, ruddy men
bearing the brunt of life and re-
like strong men in the
work before them. "John"' and
"Maria" were there, too, in tbe
very flush of youth, happy in
themselves and in the glorious
possibilities of the future. Hun
dreds of frolicsome little boys
and girls were there, making the
grounds musical with their mer
ry laughter the grave judge was
there jealous ministers physi
cians whose names are known in
almost every household mer
chants, inventors, manufacturers,
and bankers the characteristic
individual who is willing to bet
on his 4-ho8s" tho "pick-pocket"
the Chinese jugglers the ne
gro minstrels, down to the best
humbug in tbe world, the "Car
difi Giant!" It was a decided
success in every respect, and the
directors and managers deserve
the thanks of tbe people of tbe
town aud country for the man
ner in which the whole thing
Vote tor L. D.
Under the tax levy of the last
Democratic Legislature the tax
for State purposes -was thirty
five cents on tbe hundred dollars.
Under that of tbe present Radi
cal Legislature the tax is forty
cents on the hundred dollars, or
ac increase on the total cf five
hundred thousand dollars. This
is economy and retrenchment.
Vote for Campbsll ! Vote the
full Democratic ticket without
a scratch !
vote for Lewis D
Campbell and equal
Ten years ago the great cry of!
the Radical party was "reduced
taxation." Five years ago it
was the same. This fall the cry
wiil be shouted louder than ever.
We want to ask tbe farmer aud
tax-payer bow the party has kept
its promises in this respect, and
his tax is not five times as high
to-day as ten years ago? When
a Radical talks to you of reduced
taxation, show him your tax res
ceipts and ask him to tell you
where tho Radical party has
made a reduction.
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IM 0VB DAT!
From Cider, Sorghum, Molasses,
Sugar, Wine or the juce of any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Easy. Cost not one-half that of
tLe old process of allowing CU
der to sour in the barrels.
Any one can make it. Full
Directions sent upon receipt of
Address, W, H. Bishop,
sr. KiOUMts, jmm
HOWARD SANITARY AID
For the Relief aud Care of the Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Kan aye on tbe Sit ore of Youth
and the s of Awe. in relation tn
Marriae Social Kvila. with sanitary
aid for the afflioted. Sent.free, in eeal.
ed Envelopes. Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
Fair. IMPORTANT. New Advertisements.
Grind 1 arindl
Everything to be
J. P. ACTON & CO.
Tavina formed a aew partnership.
a 1 propose in the future, as in the
past, to grind out all kinds of Lumber
Lath. Fencing Posts, &c. They also
propose, to grind and keep constantly oa
hand foi sale, Corn. Oats, Rre, Bar lev
and all kinds of Horse and -Cow reed.
Call and see, aud then you'll kfaow.
Thaakfnl for past favors, tbey solicit a
continuance of the public patron aire.
Aug 4, 1870,-U.
VINE YARDS JIEW JfcRSEV.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
FOUR lTBJMMtS OMB.
THIS justly celebrated native Wine is
made from the jutco of the Oportive
Grape, raised in this country. Its vain
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are e n surpassed bs any other native Wine
Bei-g the pure juice of the grape, pro
ed under Mr. S peer's own personal sap
ervisiod, Its parity aad genuineness are
guaranteed. Tbe youngest child mav
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to ad van re.
It is particularly beneficial to Ike aged
and debilitated, and is suited to the var
ious ailments that affl.ct tha weaker saw.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO BE
INVALIDS USE SPEER'S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Sneer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters.-
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Spaer,
rassiac x. o.,is over tne bbbssj 01 eacn
A SPEER'S Vinevard, New Jersey.
Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. F. fioOOKlRB A BON
'fiS lvr Eaton. Ohio.
A Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR MOTRINS!!
A compilation with fall an I accurate
explanation of the HOMESTEAD
LAWS enabling end mstraeting any
person bow to secure one hundred acres
of rich farming land for nothing, six
months before leaving borne, and la the
rechest and most productive portion
the Great West. If yoa contemplate
emigration send FIFTY CEETS for this
Work, xoa wtii aevcr regret it !
M. E. MAYNARD. St. Louis, Mo,
JJEW gLACKSMITH JjHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
Tbe undersigned has just opened
A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sta. Kainn,
Ohio jnst above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrow,
W agon, edged Tools, Ac.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
oa four Work, Salitfaofion Warranted
Jaaaary. 27, 1870-yrL
JOBS V. CAMPBII.I.. J AS. A. OltJioaB
CAMPBELL k GILMORE,
(Successor? to Gilmora A Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Offioat the old stand, on Barron Street
Jan. 1 1870. yl
John Mtileman n State.
OTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned has boen duly appointed
aad qualitied executor rf the last Wi'l
ad testament ot John Hileman, late
Preble connly Onto, deceased.
J. H. Foos, Att'y.
Sept. 21, 1870 prftl,75 w3
i-V w . BaasaB law rest
g ra aua
2-21 5 I
H Pi g
Ejivery, Feed Sale Stable
HAVING bought the stock of Horses,
Bonies. Carriages and Hack of Peter
Shafner. I am replenishing tbe entire
stock, and will furnish Horses, Carriag
es and buggies for pleasure Rides, Wed
tngs. Funerals, he, at the lowest living
Stable 1st door east of tbe Union Ho
tel, Mala st
S. K. SJMJHUPJLjV Prop'tor.
Eaton, May 26 '70, 6m.
t4 AfVt A YKAR. GREAT IN
fViWW DUCMENT TO MALE AND
FEMALE AGENTS. We desire aa ac
tive Agent is every town, to whom we
offer a chance to mabw Voxkt. Per fait
particulars address BaAWARD At War
aoas, Cleveland, Ohio. may 2 t
Jon C. Boxer. I Jobs Hal
N W FIRM,
Having recently associated ae partners
n the Groceiv Business, would Inform
the public that they have aow oa hand a
good supply of
First glass Groceries such as
Tea, Coffee, 00 gar, Molasses,
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR fc
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tuba,
Baskets, c she.
ajsa This firm have the exclusive
Agency ta Katoa. far taw sate of tae
CHAM PUN REAPER; and the im
proved Dayton Sultry Horse Rake.
April Zl, 1B7U BUM. .
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All kinds ot Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE !
asm Prices Reasonable
Eaton, Febinary 3, 1870 lyr.
Manhood: How Lost How
Jnst published, a new ed7
tion cf Dr. Col verw ell's
Celebrated Sssay oa the
radical cure (wiihont medi
cine) of Spkssutorrbosa, or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical
lacapacity, Impediment i to Marriage,
etc..; alto, Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fits, induced by sU indulgence or sexu
tjsBA-.frice, tn a sealed envelope, oaly
. The celul-rated author, in this admira
b'e essay, elearly demonstrates fro a, w
thirty years anccessfal practice, that the
alarming consequences of self abuse may
be radically cured without tbe dangerous
ase of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife; pointing oat a mode of
care at once simple, certain, and effec
tual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, aad rest
mW This Lecture should he la the
hands of every youth aad every maa ia
Sent, nader seal, is a plats eovetopwv
to any address, pnlpaid, 00 receipt of
si cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," ;
., cents. Address the Publishers,
CJ1A8.J C KLINE VO.,
1X7 Bowery. N T., P. O. Boa
Nov 35, I860 yl
IER0Y MEDINA CO. 0,
Incorporated Feb. 8, '46
Oaah Surplus, Sept.
39, 1869 .... S351,82 89
Leasee Paid over - - - 878,000 00
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS", in proportion to a
mounl of business than anr other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and far
this reason its rates are lower than thoaw
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability,
Has been in successful ope ratio a
over twenty years, aad by reason
of its low rates, fair dealiug, and
prosspt settlement of 1 oases, bai become
tbe most popa'ar Company in tbe States
among the Farmers. In case of lossy
this Company pays tbe full value of prop
erty destroyed by
Ft re or Mslghtnlng.
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