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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, Oct. 27th 1870.
We are indebted to D. B.
Morrow, Common Pleas Clerk,
for the following list of Jurors:
W Li Hasetine
Jacob L Surface
Joi n Kesl'ng
F M Ke. ly
A oner Dun lap
Foster B ack
J no M Dougherty,
J H Borradaile
Jo i i McDivitt
Wm M nix
[From the Butler County Democrat.]
A Yelp from a Mongrel Cur.
The Eaton Register, has got it
bad, and whines both savagely
and piteonsly over the defeat of
Schenck in this District. It spits
out its venom like a wounded
snake in its death-agonies upon
the Democracy for sending the
champion of the black party
the geucral-incbief of corrup
tion, veoality, usurpation, fraud
and villainy back to his East
ern masters minus his certificate
of re-electfon back to Eastern
monopolists and thieves with
the utter condemnation of the
honest masses of the "Bloody
Third'' upon the iniquitous and
infamous policy which Las sub
verted liberty and free-government,
and enslaved and impov
erished the toiling millions.
Poor Register ! In the despara
tion of despair it cries out
" Wba say yon now ? what comfort have
we now 7
By heaven, i 11 kale rim everlast'ngiy.
That bids me be of comfort any more.''
And so, disappointment like a
hog in a potato patch, is preying
upon its vitals, and rapidly sink
ing it into the cold and unhon-
ored crave ol Schenck and the
remains of the Mongrel party !
But hear the confessions of the
grief-tortured, dying spaniel of
tha SmmStitr, that lisrknd for, and
licked the band of hia master
Schenck. before the latter was
fatally kicked by fooling with a
"Probably the Democrats have
never worked a harder or a
harper ' game than daring this
campaign in the 3d District.
Knowing they could not succeed
openly, they resorted to every
sly means possible.
Well, the Democrats did make
a hard fight as the result showB,
but it was not "on the sly, uu
less the Rgiter calls the joint
discussions between Campbell
' and Schenck "sly means.'" The
Register continues :
"In Prebfjhey held but two
or three pffrrte meetings, being
satisfied to confine themselves to
working up the county by private
meetings of two or three."
Now, Mr. Register, if "two or
three public meetings" held by
the Democrats in Preble Coun
ty, reduced your majority from
"eight hundred" which you
claim you "ought to have had"
to six hundred and forty one,
you may thank your lucky stars,
if you have any, that the Demo
crats held no more than "two or
three public meetings' in your
Mongrel cursed county, or your
majority would have been sweet
ly pickled on the other side. So
don't suicide over that ! The
Re.aister is searching for a cause
of their unexpected defeat, how
ever, and adds :
"If a man was thought to be
doubtful, men were appointed to
sit ud with him of nights and
stay with him till he was thought
to be out of danger or incurable."
That was noble ! That is char
itable! That ib true and pure
benevelence ! That is adminis
tering to the wants of the af
flicted in a Christian-like man
ner ! Stay by the bedside of the
afflicted until they are cured, or
until there is no longer a ray of
hope. Aye, more; remain and
attend the funeral. Would the
Register act like a heathen
The Democrats arc humane and
benevolent ! They held a jolly
wake over Schenck's defuuet
carcass and then turned out to
man to his funeral, and salted
him down with briny tears ot
joy while the Mongrels monrn
ed! It was not "our funeral,"
yet we had charity enough to
see that the lust rites were fit
"And to cap the climax, the
Butler County Democrats, doubt
less under the lead of Col. Camp
bell aided by the Whisky Ring,
on Monday last, flooded the Dis-
trict with a epuriOUS ticket, bead -
wt tfonnhlipan Tirdrnt." lint Biih -
stituting the name of .Lewis D.
Campbell for that of General
That was remarkably, capital
ly well done ! The party of
"great moral ideafi," possessing
all the intelligence of the coun
try now conies out and declares
they were defeated because their
party could not read : It was a
little shabby to substitute the
name of Lewis D. Campbell for
Scbenck on the ticket of a party
that could not distinguish be
tween the two names, and prob
ably did not know wblch actu
ally was their candidate ! The
editor of the Reolster had better
act as missionary in Preble be
fore he publishes any more cum
bers of bis paper. Learn them
to read first, and then the nasty
Democrats cannot play any more
of their tricks upon you. The
Register closes by relieving its
grief-stricken soul, as follows:
"As an insult to Germen Dem
ocrats of Preble, they sent from
Hamilton a frenchman named
Db la Court ostensibly to speak
on Monday afternoon to Ger
mans, but more particularly to
distribute these bogus tickets.''
Well now, isn't that queer ?
Sending a Frenchman to talk
French to the Germaus of Pre
ble ! Funny Germans they have
Preble ! The tickets were
French too, were they not ! The
good people of Eaton had better
start a lunatic asylum with the
editor of the Register if he is re
ally such a fool, or if he makes
such charges against a man of
whom he knows nothing, out of
pure maliciousness, then they
had better use him to start n
penitentiary, as they could not
possibly find better material for
A Yelp from a Mongrel Cur. W. W. SHARPE & Co.
Tribune Buildings, New York.
Are authorized to contract fo: Adver
f si tig in bar paper'
Keligiocs Notice. Rov. J. D
Lauer will preach in the Chris
tian Chapel on the corner of
Baron and Somera streets, on
Sunday evening next
clock. All are invited.
at 7 o'
L O. G.T. The County Lodge
I. O. G. T. will meet at New
Paris, at 10 o'clock A. m., on Sat
urday Nov. 5lh, 1870.
J. H. BLACKFORD,
W. C. T. of County Lodge.
Frank M. Deem has just re
ceived and opened the largest
and best selected stock of Fall &
Winter Dry Goods ever brought
to town. For style, quality and
prices, he defies competition.
Ladies if you wish to see a mod
el dress pattern or a pretty gaiter
call on him where you can beac
commodated. Men and bov's
wear of every description, tos
gether with an endless variety
of children's wear.
P. S. Since the above was in
type, Frank received a splendid
supply of the latest brand of
Military Dress Coats, which he
selling at the as.onishing low
price of Two Dollars. Call soou
before they are all gone.
Those who are sick, or
Afflicted with any chronic difficulty,
ahould without delay write for Dr. Ham
ilton's New T eatise, sent free to any
R. LEON IDAS HAMILTON, M. D..
P- O. Box 4,952. New York City.
Oct 27, 1HTU .y
The advertiser, having been perma
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directions for preparing and using ;he
same, which they will find a anre Core
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON
165 South Second St. Williamsb'rg N Y
Oct 27, 170 yl
By the Board of Directors
u OF THE
Preble-Co. Agricultural Society
HELD AT EATON, OHIO,
Sept. 37th, 28ih, 29th, & SOth. '70,
HORSES FOR LIGHT HARNESS.
Samuel Wetland, best Stallion 4
yrs. and over
! Levi A Creagei, second do 4
'L - vi Young best Stallion 3 yrs old 4
i -low u a. j j i i v i or,v"nu mj mm
E Henderson best Bullion 2 yrs Jd 2
JI jowerman best Mare 4 yrs old
John E ifruce second do
Foster Bla k best Mare 3 yrs old
John Gard tier second do
Henry Welf best Mare 2 yra old
8 1 Sample second do
M Bowerman best Gelding 4 yrs old
and over 8
W W DtfnToYd second do 4
William Kramer best gelding 3 yrs
E Flora second do 2
Virgil Longneckrr best gelding 2
yrs old 2
Dr R Woody, ,second do 1
HORSES FOR HEAVY DRAFT.
San.uel Wei land, best itallion 4yra
old and over $ 10 00
C McCRrillus, second do 5 00
David Fisher, best stallion 3 yra old 6 00
Levi Yoong. second do 3 00
Philip Guntle, beststallion 2yra old 4 00
Lewis Paddock, second do I O0
George Morningstar, best mare 4
yrs old 8 00
Foster Black, best mare 3 yrs old 5 00
N B Stephens, second do 3 00
Samuel Snyder, best mare 2 yrs old 2 00
Levi loon?, second do 1 0O
Jacob Nitodemus, best gelding 4
yrs old and over H 00
W C Randal, second do 4 00
Lemuel Bonnet, best gelding 3 yrs
old 3 00
John McDivitt best gelding 2 yrs
old 3 00
HORSES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES.
Henry G 'under, best itallion 4 yra
old fl2 0O
Isaac Smith, second do 7 00
Levi Young, best stallion 2 yrs old 6 00
Jesse M Poyner, second do 3 00
Jacob Holsinger, best stallion 3 yrs
Old 4 00
Lewis Paddock, second do 2 00
Lev Toong, beat stallion 1 yr old 3 00
Fever M. Eikenberry, second do 3 00
Foster Black, best spring colt 2 00
John H Bennett, second do 1 00
George Morningstar, beet mare 4
yra old 8 OO
Jos Roberts, second do
Philip Guntle best mare 3 yra old
foster Biacfe, second do
G-o R Wagner, best mate 2 yrs old 4 0O
L T Sample, second do
William Stow, beat mare 1 yr old
Nathan Huffman, second do
John Bell, best spring mare's colt
Usnu I Aukerraan , seeooc do
James Wykoff, best gelding 4 years
old and over
Louis Parker, second do
John Goodwin, best gelding 3 yr
William Kramer, secooohfo
Virgil Longnecker. beat gelding 2
John McDivitt, second do
Isaac Smith, best 10 colts of any
age from one stallion
Samuel Wetland, Best and best
trained bnggy horse or mare 8
M Bowerman, second best do 4
James Wykoff, Best and best match
ed horses 10
Barney Dillman, Best and best
matched mares 8
James M vkoff, best pair of carriage
horses or mares 8
M Bowernian, best saddle horse or
J W Armstrong, second do 4
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
Send Two Dollars to Cashier First
National Bank, Oermajtown, Mont
gomer) county. Ohio, for a Registered
Ticket in John II. .Stevenson's Grand
Gift Distribution of Sixty Thousand Dol
lars worth ot Valuable Real Estate.
Gold and Silver Watches, to be drawn
positively on the
18th Day of December, 1870.
Money is retained by the Bank
until the Drawing; takes place.
The Capital Prize is a Beauti
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corporation ot Uermantown, O ,
valued at J titrtu Thousand
Don't delay. Send at once.
This is a rare chance an HON
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For Circulars, and all inform a
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Geruaantown, Montgomery Co., O.
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Oct 27 1870-yl
and pay for the
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October '27, 1870 yrl.
James Endsley, Guardian Preble
of Mark Eugne Hector County, O.
(a minor) plaintiff, Court of
vm , ' Common
Coriicliu1 Hector md Pleas in
Ambrose Hector, tlclend- I Partition.
CORNELIUS HECTOR, of Folton
County. Indiana, and Ambrose
Hector, of Wabash County, Indiana, will
take notice that a petition was filed a
gai nst them on the 27th day of October,
A. D. 1870, in the Court of Common
Pl-sas, within and for the county of Pre
ble, by James Endsley, guardian of
Mark Eugene Hector, and is now pend
ing, wherein the said Mark t.uene Hec
tor demands partition of the following
Heal Estate, situate in the county ot
Preble, and State ot Ohio, and in the
Township ofGatia, and bounded and
described as follows to wit: Being fifty
acres taken off of the North side of the
North-west quarter of section No. eight
een, (18) Township No four, (4) range
No- three, (3) East, &c. And thtt at
the next term of said Our', the said
Mark Eugene Hector will a,. ply for an
order that partition may be made of said
Dted this 27ih day of October, A. D.
1870. Campbell & Gii.mobk,
Attorneys for jTtff.
Oct. 27, 1870 wGprf13 50
Elorton Moore, PI' iff, Preble Com-
vs mon Please
Elizabeth Moore, De'ft. j
ELIZABETH MOORE, of Ypsalantd
in the county of Washtenaw, and
State of Michigan, ia notified that Ilorton
Moore did, on the 2'th day of October.
A-D 1870, file his petition in the office
of the Clerk of -he Com l of Common
Pliase. within and for the County of
Preble, and Mate of ( )hm, charging the
said Elizabeth Moore with adultery Willi
one Owen West- which petition will
stand for hearing at the next teimcf
D.ited this 27ih day of October, A. D
By Camtbell & G.lmokb,
October 27. 1870 w6 prff i.00
The undersigned has been dnly ap
pointed Admini-trator of the Estate of
Daniel Reid. late of Preble count, Ohio
deceased. WILLIaM B. REID,' A-tm'r
Campbell 8c Oilmoe, Ally' a.
Oct. 27, 18;Ow3prfl$!,75.
"rVrOTICK is Lereby given thai the
V firm of Dayia ft U ham waa d:s
solved by mutual consent, on Friday
October 21t, 1870, All outstanding
recounts wi'l he collected by the under
signer1, and all b' 11-1 will be paid by th
undersigned. SAMUEL, UPHA.M.
NOTICE. The business will b- car
ried on rji hi-s-etofore, by the undersign
ed; who returns thanks to the patrons ol
the old firm, auc respectfully solicits a
continuance ol Ihe same in the future
Oct. 27 1870 wSprfirejiQ
Squire L. Hittle, pltffl Preble
vs Common Pleai
Nelson P. Phelpa et. J
Nelson P. Phelps, of the State of Illi
nois, James Cook A Lucinda Cook, his
wife, William Teiman, Simnnd and
Hale and Richard B. Wilson, defendants
will take ticrrrc-o tbt-StjuireL tTTltte of
W ivne county Indiana, did on the loth
day of September 18,0. file bis petit on
in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and for the connty of Preble and Siate
of Ohio, against the said Nelson P,
Hale and the othei defendants above
named, setting forth, that, the defend
ants, James Cook A Lncinda Cook, his
wife, gave a mortgage o the defendant
William Teiman on the south east quar
ter of section number 8, in township
number 8, of range 1 east, containing
160 acres, mote or Ie-s, situate in
Preble county Ohio, to secure the pay
ment of Jf.'i'KX) Oi:, according to certain
notes r (erred to in said mortgage, said
notes and mortgage dated August (th.
1869. That said mortgage and notes
were on the 14jh day of September 18,.9
assigned by the said William Teiman, by
h h written assignment to the plaintiff
Sire L. Hittle. That since the giving
of naid mortgage by the said James
Cook and wife, said Cook and wife, bv
deed sold and conveyed aid land to the
defendant Nelson P. Phelps who ia the
owner thereof. And that since the
giving ot shid mortgage aid deed the
defendants James Cook, Simonds A
Hale and Richard B. Wilson, claim
some interest in said lands nndei the
said Nelsou P. Phelps, And praying
that said Nelson P. Phelps may pay
said sum now claimed to be due amount
ing to $ 1500,06 with interest from Aug.
6th 18G9, or that said premises may be
sold to pay the same, aud the said Nel -so.
P. Phelpa, and the other defendants
are notified that they are required to
appear and anawer said petition on or
before the 12th day of November, 1870,
A. L. STUDY,
CAMPBELL & GILMORE,
Attomeya for Plaint'ff.
A (teat D. R Morrow, Clerk.
Sept 15, I870w6prf 20.
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J'J TELLS, How to Clcariry Honev
so as to sell lor nearly twice the commoi
IT TELLS, The latest and best mode
of sailing aud curing Hams and all kinds
IT TELLS, How to Dye Clothes of
4hn4enrtid in 'ast co'ors,
IT GIVES. Valuable -Receipts for
curing Burns, Sores, CNits, Felons, Frosi
Bites, Cancer, Ear Aches. Tooth Aches
Ring Wo-m, with hundreds of other
new-aii valuable methods, with fall di
rectioas, o that any one ran ue tbem.
IT TELLS, How to take out Fruit
Stains, Ink Stains, Iron Ru it Stains
and Paiut biains from Cloth and S.llk
IT TELLS, IIw to counteract frottl
upon trees, a valuable receipt.
IT TELLS, How to Tan Furs, either
with or without the hair or wool on. aa
ho to imitate thoae of aaperios grade
IT TELLS, How to make the be
Curling Fluid for making the hair grow
in beautiful flowing ringlet.
IT TELLS, How to Feed Hena so aa
to make them lay all the year round.
IT SIVES. Over Five Hundred rare
anu valuable Iteceints and a cimnlete
go'de to the inonufaet.re of hundreds of
usetui and saleable articles, including
Patent Medicines Perfumery, and Toilet
and Dantal Articles, and mam others
easily made, nt a trifling cos', a d selling
read''y at lar;c prohts, with many manu
facturers secrets, Ac.
IT IS "VALUAB LE TO Y ONE
BE SU BE TO
BST"Sent by mail, free of postage, for
ONE DOLLAR; For sale by Wm. H.
BISHOP, St Louis. Mo Agent for ihe
In pursuance of an order of the Pro
bate Court of Preble county, Ohio, I will
otter for sale at public auction,
On the 29th day of October-, A.D.
at 2 o'elcck, P. M. , noon the premises,
the following discribed Real Estate,
situate in the Village of Winchester,
county of Preble and State of Ohio, viz:
The north half of lot number sixty
eight and' she nostb half ol Lot No. sixty
nine as known and deaignated on the
plat of the said town of Wmehester, in
the county and State aforesaid. To be
sold free and clear from the dower
Estate ol Mary A. Focht
Terms of Sale One third in hBd,
one third in one year and one third
two years from the day of Bale, with
interest, the payment to be secured by
mortgage on the premise. Bold. Ap
praised at 23O,00.
1 ISAAC KE3LINO.
Adm'r of Levi Harp, deceased.
Hubbard & Freeman, Ally's.
Sept. 13 170 w6 i-rf 11 50.
H00FLANDS GERMAN BIT TEES,
HOOFLANO'S GERMAN TONIC,
Freprd by Dr. C. U Jackaon, PbllMUIpala.
Their In trod action inte tbU smaatry fn
THKT OUBSD TO OS
FATILER8 AUD MOTHER 8,
uhaaraa They are
BBBfroa, ike many
called Bitten or
la the cotry
a They are
bo tavern prepa
njte one j aat ajoo
aood, aoaaat, ,
of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIIf.
xmrwMzrr or m blood
VuUniMa of Bloo to the Head,
or in, to
mine of the
at the Heart,
Buffo cat 1 ce
when In a Lv-
X 1 m n a a a of
or Web, bafor
Pain tm the.
of Parani ration.
or the Skin and Era,,
Pats In the Side.
Baok, Cheat, Llmbe, etc..
Sudden Fluahea of Haavt, Burning-
In the Plash, Constant Irnarlnin m
of BTvll and Oxsat Depreaaion of SpfHaav
An Hum aWea aKeMM oftht aer er IHsimtf
Organs, coattae4 vfilh tmntrt Wee a.
Hoofland's German Bitter
la entirely vearetat4e. aad rai
liquor. It ia a roro pound or Plwld Ki
trarM. The Root. Heraa. lad Bark,
from wliiek tlieae extract a are aiade
are railirred BBafev I a aj til away.
All the mrdl-fP rlnel vrirtnoa
are extracted A -firaat thteaai my
m ,r I c n 1 1 (I r aw rlirinlat. Tkcat
extract are (beat forwarded to thio
country to be weed expriaely tor the
aiaaalactnre of then Bftlera. There la
bo avleobolleanbotauee ol Buy kind waed
In eo aw pound lot: tbo Hitlers, hemes It Is
the only Hitters that can, bs need lB
esaea w it ers aicouoiu
Ot ad vlasbls.
Hoofland's German Tonfo
U a combination f all Ihe inaneXcnU of Ot .
with rue Santa Asa Jtamu Orsse. mm. P U
far the ease dtasran a, the Bitten, in case, earn aeaar
as, alcoholic Uimulut it required. Tm trntO hear as
as other i advertieed for Uu esra of Me aaaswaf aasiasV
tacM being tciontijte preparation asiaVoStal III 114
othtrt are an illlinfiai of rsst S ass
form. The TONIC u decidedly one of Uu moot nhnw
oont mm nmrmmblt rtsiaVi, ever of trod to the asMte
7U taete U tmUoile- 11 tea , to Baa, av latfli at
JU tatte U exemtoUe-
There U no
They la a ail s tone I I asasi
MSeaa. otrenmthen mmmm Me
mn enjoyment if lAcaaaaas food, ommkU skc
aaaek to mtmeot s, aarVy la utmt, ess a a,,a
yillute Itnae Ji
end ckanmethe ;
tai a, tooMl an seat, aee wn,a aa eea
Weak and Delicate Children are
aud, at rone; by aslBC the Bitters or
Toale. Is fast, the y are Fasally fllsdl
etnra. They can he salmi nlstersd srlth
Id. the most
to s ebild laree saesuaa
fenaale. sr a aaaav
of them raaasHa.
eaar meomU nou. The hoot aa aa Ma
Maa. if year of honed rsyasaataa $0 for
raoift hob. oao. w. woodwaed,
1 of the I
I teed " M at 11 1 ti Perm on JMBees" if est as..
1 1 fco kea.ray t, a i, a 1 1 1 11 K iiaail s, SB,
eio w. wooDWASD.
rBOM HOB. JAMBS THOatnOB,
otMm annreaaa Ooort of
lake aaa aa
Vsars, srlth reaaeel.
PBOH BBT. JOSaPH H BBBNABO, Dj d.
Pastor of the Tenth BasUst Church. PaaMetshlae
Ob. JACaaoM Daea Sta: J hmoo oeea froommomm.
wox iwaaswasi s-
1 course, to esmress mm full
oe mil IT or in eyeiem ana
Complaint, It la a
raw BW above causes. fours,
lata, have Me signature of C. BS. Jaekaea as
front of the outride wrapper of each boats, and Urn
aa of ih. article Mass ia saah bottle.' Ml minors mmm
tm tfee Bitters, SI OO per
as 01 ens a r y c
, a hair dexen for $T SO.
the tonic la put op In quart bottles.
MenBtct that it is Dr. IlmofmneTs Oasai
are SO univerravy
la induce yarn tame
memo say is just as
aaa, orOl bs sent by ei
AX THE GERMAN MEDTCXNTt 8TO
Arm. an amch stmmmt, pi n i kim
CHAS. EL EVAE8,
e. at. J ACUTJSOK 4k 00.
caica-rcr-r le T
Storekeeper., and nsdletas
ia aeTtis men
inemett the ortscU yea bm f.)
dmb, reavuaaa, naavrv-
:irt In tna atoaaach.
Blood Pu risers
asa- tataa, omd orCH cure mil dt,,aw eeaaaSay fmm
hat aieeat moey aarsw Meedasc omyymdr
Home 1m e&dmr t sees SB Vm sasSfe, oomomm
at a uu, a iieBa. I ai melflia aa Me as.
rtoaiSat le oewwnf my anu
different konde of mmUtinmt, but laysrStay the yi aisae
eu out of my aaau.i'tail epKere, I Kane in alt mum do
alined; but mSka clear proof in various fiiB.aill.SIMf
particularly in my own family, of the urefulnett ef Dr.
nooftaneTe German BMtere, J depart for eaee frvmmm
cesawStes Mat for aaa
id eepealallv far LI rev
J Xaeaa7aat,4 aal
als Bs le Maa, mmm eafBr
"fc 1 a 1 a 1 in at ' ii
aaaaaBSSSBW an . These mmm
anil (. any locaUtm upon aaaHaB
ik. 11 1 mt mm