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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTER.
9i.i this Carefully !
Last year we gave as Pre mi
urns with the Democrat, the
Stock J Jdornal and " Jibcraftre
A 1 knl tl.n failnrn of monv
TwlZ V " ,i,;r p '
Subscribers to receive tneirlre-t
minima aft or we had paid fur
utof wbich w
.t."t T-l fen
can control in pjir own oroue, v.
therefore make the following of-
For seventy five new sabscrtb
ea.feAhe year 1571, and one
hundred we will give as
av, Premium e Parker k
Gun wort V,oo-
Fbr even ewabor bera an
fourteen dollars, we Will give as
m. Premium, a Two and a J?d1
DoUat Gold Piece.
jTor, two newWbeeribera nd
four dollar wo will give as a
Prettilum.e S Ivor Half Dollar.
Any pefson subscribing riotr,
and paving 3, will receive the
paper from the tune of aubscrib
in tin til the let of January 1872.
The Premiuma will be paid at
this office, to Ave pereona entitled
The following I Congress
meat Llilft Tuesday, the lllh inst:
, F. fee, Bepubiican gain,
b JCNy, Tyemecrnhc gain.
I rosier, amnaw tT-
is D. Peck, Repebhean.
"em Trump, Daaiuafat.
14. James Monro, Kepane.
13- William F. Shwue, Begone .
Ml John A. Bingham, Bepnofteaav.
17 Jacob A. Ambler, Republican.
18. Wi'liam. B. 17Ben. Bepabltcao.
18. Jawia. A, hr, Repabliean
If'. I ' "''"
by the Btea ad Ohio, a the
late election, and the Daatoeratt eewsry
the BUM ar n thousand majority
Elewhre the same general fact is ap-
paient. White men deserted the Badi
cals by the thousands, lhey wonM aot
be trot on a leval. if not below negroes
Bat the solid negro rote bridged orer
k .tfe.m this date, and allowed the
aaaer ia sower to rob, pleader aad pil
year. A augaty cnenge
tAkinff Dlace in the minds
peopiev They ao see and a
- the real per pose and meaning
oCp'egro seffrage. The J behold herds
ignoraRt negroes driven to the polls like
cattle, t rote solid tor me xua'cax H
tr. Impartial suffrage is a fare.
has ao meaning, as interpreted by
managers of ihe Badtcal organisation.
The negro has a rigrt to rote for the
candidates He has no right to roes
tfceai. This is the position of
saen bow roling the Ba ileal yaxty in
parts of the country, axd white citizens
mm deserting the black standard,
-; mMk the Democracy. This
U demonstrated in an .anmisUkable
mantier by the recent result in Pann
syiania and Obio.
Ohio Congressmen. To the Associated Press.]
PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON, November 1, 1870.
Total outrtanding . .
i us naif bIaIA aad nf
Ansoeet in the lreasu-
Amoiint in the Treasury
nki less amount in
Trensarj ... 2,341.784,354
Decrease r the month
Decrease since March 1,
Bonds issued to Pacific
interest payable ia
1mtmrt nlt not
Interest repaid by trans
port anonof mails, r. 2,421,683
H&9 These cool mornings
nights render overcoats comfort
able, and forcibly remind us
what la coming.
sW The Postmaster General's
rapojrt, it is stated, will show
deficit in the postal Berviae of
four million of dollars,
deficit, it is claimed, that could
have been made up bad
franking privilege been abolish
ed by Congress. It ia to be hop
ed tbe report will make
plain. Heretofore there ha
insufficient data, and the amount
of free matter which passed
through the mails was a subject
of vopjecture or loose estimate.
The October Elections.
The salient feature of the Oc-j
, the intndac4
tior. of the negro rote for tbo first
timeinAe North. Of course itl
nftt almost entirely to the Rad-
I fndiana abont 2,000, yet the Rad
leal side, yet It did aot soffice to
check' tEe downward coarse of
9,000; in Obiojtboat 6,000 and in ;
icala hare lost ground in each of
these State. The Democrats
carried'lndiuna by a majority as
large as the entire negro vote,
showing a gain of about five
thousand. At every election
held since tbo addition of the
negro vote to the political ele
ment, the KadScal vote has shown
a falling off, while the Demo
cratic vote has relatively increas
ed. The object of giving suf
frage to tbo negroes was, of
course, to add just so many votes
to the Radical poll, but it has
failed completely. Instead o. in
creating the Radical etrength the
negro vote has helped tbo Do
mocracy by driving Republicans
to the LemocratKs ke. 1 tie
number ' oi negroes entitled to
vote in New York this month is
about 8,000 and we suppose at
least 7,000 of these will vote thd
Radical ticket. Their presence
at the polls will probably have
the same effect that it had tn the
States which voted in October.
ami this being the case, au increased
Democrat ic majority may
be expected. The Radicals cer
tainly put their foot la it when
tbey converted Sambo into an
i net re rue at for depositing ballots.
The October Elections. Thanksgiving Proclamation.
Through the condescension of
his Msiestv. TJlvsees S. Grant,
the citizens of the American Dy
nasty, are kindly permitted
join in thanksgiving to Almigh
ty God, without molestation from
Mongrel bayonets, or the inter-
farawco Of Congress. We have
much to thank God fhr, but no.
thing tor tvhkh to thank tbe re
probate, drunken I resident, or
bia minions and thieves. We
hero also much to ask God for.
and as Ulysses has appointed
day for that purpose, we shall
sincerely devote ourselves, on
that occasion, to petitioning the
Ruler of the Universe, to take
Ulysses S. Grant and his thieves
hence, and cast them into thai
"luke that burns with fire and
brimstone, set apart for the Devil
and his angels," as it is written
that "all murderers, and wbore
mongers, and liars, and all
is abominable shall have their
part in tbe sulphurous lake."
Wheff.A8. It bt; hooves a people sen si
ble of their dependence on the Almighty
publicly and collectively '.o acknowledge
their eratuud for His favors and mer
cies and humbly to beseech for their
continuance, an J
tV hkrea s, The people of the United
States daring the year now about to end
hare special cause to be thoughtful for
the general prosperity, abundant harvest,
exempt from pestilence, foreign war and
civil strife, now, th refore.
Be it known. That I, U. 8. Grant,
President el the United States, concur
ring in any similar recommendation
from Chief Magistrates of States,
hereby recommend to all citizens to meet
in their respective phvea of worship on
Thursday, the 24th day of November
neat, tears to give thanks for the boon
ty of God duiing the year about to close,
rnd to supplicate for its centiuuancc.
In witness whereof I have h reunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to bo affixed.
Done at the city of Washinston, this
21st day of October, in the year of our
Lord 1870, and the Independence of the
United States the nmetv nTih.
U. S. GRANT.
By the President :
Hamlto Fish. Secretary of State.
That "Independence"' is a huge
oojoke on tbe Stadeel
Grant a ants to know what
this Hell Gaty is that tbey
talking so much about blowing
up. Wait a little, Ulysses, and
you will find out all about bell
A Republican cotemporary
says uthe mission of tbe Repub
lican party is not ended."
course It Isn't; nor will It end un
til there is nothine left to steal
and there are no more fat con
tracts to be made, whereby shod
dy may profit.
An Iowa husband a
months ago agreed to rive
wife three dollars a week
maintain comparative silence
deducting one cent for each
word she uttered.
now owes him nearly enough
pay tbo national debt.
WEST VIRGINIA ELECTION!
Legislature Democratic! A Gain of Two Democratic Congressmen!
Special Dispatch to the Enquirer.]
Special Dispatch to the Enquirer.] WHEELING, W. VA., Oct. 29. 1870.
The Democracy have erected
the Legislature, iusnnng the e-i
lection of a United States Sena
tor. The Pwnocrats elect two Con
gressmen, one in toe uirsi ana
one in the Third Dietnets. The
Radicals concede the election of
our entire State ticket. I will
send the official vote ae noon as
received. The Democrats are all
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET ELECTED
BY 2,000 MAJORITY.
Special Dispatch to the Enquirer.]
WHEELING, W. VA., Oct. 29, 1870.
The Democrats have elected
their State ticket by 2,000 major
ity. Carried both branebes ot
the Legislature, aud elected two
out of three Congressmen.
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago
TRAFSS NORTHWARD BOUND.
Freight. - a), a. m.
Chicago Express, - - H f su
Chicago Mail, - - 10.01, a.tn
TEAIWS SOUTHWARD BOCXD.
9 22, p .m
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Religious NotKt. Rev. J. D
Latter will preach ia the Chria-
tiau Chapel on tbe corner of
Baron and Sowers streets, on
Bonday evening next at 7 o'
clock. All are invited.
Swieide. An aged and res
pected old lady by the name of
Mayock, living on Judge Baine's
farm, about t miles West of Ea
ton, committed suicide on Mon
day morning last, by cutting her
throat with a razor. Coroner
Qt iNN held an inquest, but noth
ing definite couMTbe assigned tor
committing the rash act.
t O. G T The County Lodge
I. O. G. T. will meet at New
Paris, at 10 o'clock on SaN
urday Not. 5th, 1870.
J. H. BLACKFORD,
W. C. T. of County Lodge.
m - --
Died. On the 56th ult., at
ew LieAi ngLon, rrouio cuuni v.
O; ol Consumption, Catharine,
wife of W. N. McNutl, aged 32
years, 6 mor.tbs and 29 days.
Eaton. Eaton can boast
more improvements during the
past summer than any other
town of its size iu the State, and
still tbe work goes on. The
Courx House is receiving a thor
ough painting. C. Vanausdal k
Co. are laying a new pavement
around their dry goods store.
Mayor Foo i erecting a due of
fice on west Main street. The
new Town Hall is rapidly p-
prou citing completion likewise
the new M. E. Church. Dr. W.
H. II. B. Minor has commenced
the building of a new two-story
frame dwelling house on sooth
Baron street. Philip Kuhn h-ts
erected a commodious Marble
Shop on Baron street. Egad,
M. F. Stephens has a wonderful
large stock of dry goods at prs-
eot. At) we want in Eaton
that the people come and see for
We learn that oa last Sat
urday, at a called elec ion, Mr
W. N. McNutt was unanimously
elected to fill the office oi Justice
of the Peace of Twin township.
nafL, Owing to tbe crowded
state of oar eoiumn, we will
unable to give oar readers the
List of Premiums awarded
the Prabla County Fair of 1870.
farmers will soon want
be measuring their bins and
cribs. Here Is a ruler Multiply
tbe solid feet in the bin by
and divide by 56. The quotient
will be the answer in bushels.
A young man of lOder feetsnga
tstood gaxiftg t-.fcle baaveu
t !n 1 fc a , of
ols in the other. We euueav-
to attract bis atlOtion by
2 a ; in a paper we held iu
in this uf country, who
home .ha a st8 of derange
ment. He dropped the f
of pistols from bis with the
"It is I of whom U rend.
left home be4 my friends knew
of my design. I bad sO the a-
of a girl who refused 2 HslO to
me, but smiled upon another.
re!8ting 2 a nice young i
from the bona, Uttering a!.
wihl ! 2'tbe gem of my
without replying 2 the T! of my
friends, & came here with this f
& , . of pistols to pot a . to my
xislOce, but I have decided to
subscribe for the Democrat, pay
4 it in advance, & live a useful
life, k I advise U tn do likeyy.
The moat fashionable mar
riages those days are the sim
plest. Several have occurred
lately in ivbicb there
titer bridesmaids or groomsmen,
cards, reception or display. The
fashion is one of tbe most sensi
ble of modern times.
gajfe. We would rail the atten
tion of the public to tbe New
Bakery of A B. Dcgroot s situate
on east Main st. Bread, Cakes,
Crackers and Confectioneries
supplied to tbe public on short
notice and at prices to suit all.
Weather a little chilly at
present merchants afl busy
the goose bangs high overcoat
in demand good hotter scarce
roads ia good condition corn
Now subscribers are being
added te our hat every day. Men
are anxious to read the truth, aud
are coming op voluntarily and
subscribing. Our columns are
rather crowded with advertise
ments at dresent, but we will be
rid of the most of them in e few
weeks, when we will have room
for a larger amount of reading
matter, thereby making our pa
per much mors Interesting to
the gemral reader. Now is the
time to subscribe, so as to have
a paper that is full of local and
miscellaneous news to read these
long evening. Jveep coming,
gentlemen, our books are still
open" to receive names and our
pocketbook is not quite full.
Some editor who w as prob
ably insane or bad a strong and
vivid imagination, recently got
off the following item, it true:
i "I had- a dream the other night,
When everything wan still ;
T dre-med that each' subscriber
Came np and paid his bill.
Bach wore a look of honeaty.
And smiles were round each eye,
As they handed o'er the stamps,
They yelled, "How's that for high?
Notice is hereby given to all whom i
The undersigned will offer for rant
toe door of tbe Secretary s oBicc, in Ka
On Saturday, November 12th, 1870.
at 10 o'clock, A M. the Fair Grounds
of the Preble county Agricultural Socle
ty for the ensuing year to the highest
responsible bidder. Terms mde known
on day of sale.
Thos. Stephen. 1
Jab. L. (; u ambkrs, &3
W. A. Swihart. J
November 3, 1870. w2. -s,
scription used (frea of charge)
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered from
Nervotts Debility, Premanre De
any, aad all tbe effects of youthful indis
cretion, wilt, for the sake of suffhring
humsnity, tend free to nil vho need
the recipe arid direction for making the
simple remedy by which he wevs cmed
Sufferers wishing to profit by the adver
tiser's experience can do so by address
ing, in v rlert confidence,
4 JOHN B OGDEN,
No 42 Cedar Street, New York.
Oct n 187S yl
The advertiser, having been perma
nently cured of that dread disease. Con
sumption, by a simple remedy, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow suffer
ers the means of eu.e. To a I who de
sire it, be win send a copy ot tbe pre-
ted ( trea of charge), with the
directions far preparing and using the
, same, which tkey will find a sure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronohitts,
Parties wishsog the prescription will
Bev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
165 outh Second St. W.Uiamsb'rg N
Ort 27, PITS vl
and pay fur the
NEW THIS WEEK.
W Naw Yw, Jngust
Allow me to call yesjr
PBEPABATION OF COMrOUItp
LA llkflvl AIUViAlU. j. isc WWWM
rt are BlTCHU, uma uisr, l U BEBr
Move or Pppbtiox. Buchn, in
i u...-;. k. iitoill.Uii ;
. T - -i - - J i
displacement with amirit. obtained frees!"'
r 'i w, ; t ' . ; j
its fragrance; the action of a
stroys this l.ii i aetie prinei
d by Druggists, is
mm "r- - "I ' " aw f -J1fejfe
color. It is a plant that ii
dfeJtk and glutinous decoction, Mia;North
s of ne otaer lngre-ti-'
itwill be found not a
lis the color of ingredients
u tmj pi , . f ' ICT
mailed oiantitv of .he other niurct
entn are tuldet to
un n inSDectioj
n. i -m . . . - l
oe n tincture,, n mane in aamsvsmwp i
nor is ft a Syrup and" theielore can bfl
need In casos where fever or im6amma- j
tionenUts. In thia. you havvn ihe know-
ledge ai the indredienU aad the mode of)
Hopinir that yon will furer it with a
trini, aad that upon inspection it wi
wiia voavr srprsssvaa, i
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X am, very i aenwctfuMay - - j
H. T. HKLMBObO,
Druagist of 19 yeens-exn
(From the Uraest inanufacturing Chem
ists in the WnsWI.)
November 4 1."4
"I am acquainted, with Mr. 11 T.
Helm bold, he occopasd the Dm n'S
opposite my residenee nnf w,is uccei
fut in conduefiiin the bnsines Wwere
others had not keen eeneJhr ao nefnre
with bis chii-acter and ene nrise '
Birm of Powers and Weieiitman. Mann.
Iscturinf fjneniKts, nmili e Drown
For weak uses arising fries iartiscrolion
The exhausted powr of Nature- wirfch
are accompanied by .so raaev alurniing
srfnptums, among which wilf oe found,
Indisposition to Kxertian, wol Mens
ory. Wakefulness, Horror a" fBseaSat,'d
Forebodinrs wf Kvit: in ia -t, Univeraal
Lassitude, Pi os'mtioa, sod inability t
enter into the enjoy m -nte of society.
rent ires tire ai ol .uectcitie to stie gn
en and inrifrorate the srstcm, wmca
HELMB0LI ' S EXTfi ACT BUCHTJ
invariablj dors. If no IreatuM i.t i- sub
milted to, Consumption or lunnnity en
ne. . .
in affections peculiar to Females, is un
vualed by any other praps ration, ae
Chlor'-sis, or Uefention, fauitulness,
Sluppreasiow hf Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or hVirrhaa State ot the Ute
rus, and all complaints incidental to
sex, or the decline or change of life.
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
wilt radically ex-termiuate from tbe sys
tem diseases arising from habits or dis
sipation, nt little expense, little or
change in diet, no inconvenience or
completely superseding those
unpleasant and dangerous remedies,
Copaivn and Mercury, in all these
aUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
in all dtseues of tbese organs, wbetber
existing in male or female, ireta wtat
ever cause originating, and no matter
how long standing 11 is ukasaot to
taste aua odor, "immediate' in action,
and more strengthening then any of the
preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suUermg from broken onwn
delicate constitutions, procure the reuse
dy at once.
The reader must be s ware that, howavr
er slight may be the attack of the above
diseases, it is certain to affect the bodily
health ar.d mentuf poweas- SF3B
All theabove diseases require the
of a Diuretic. Helmbnlds Extract
Buchu is the great Diuretic.
Solei btf Druggist ev-
e. Price df 1
for $9,SO. Delivered
any address. Describe
symptoms in all commu
nication. JsfnHk III
H. T. HELMBOLD,
HOVX ABE GENUINE unless
done up in steel engraved wrap
per with fac-simtle of my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
H. T lYIelmbold,
October 27, ISTOyrl.
NEW THIS WEEK. Partition Notice.
James Enrtsl-y, Guardian
r 'lin w asms SBSIIsi
Cora el i
!. BP am - 1
If -IW ) i al
-OBTfWJU MEBTOdi mf Fae
J Countr. IiHiann. and Ambrose1
Hector, of VTabash Cmny. Indiana, will
Uke notice that a pi litF ..n nx filed a-'
samstthem i i the 27tlvdv of October.
A. D. 1870, in the Court el- Common
Pljas, within and tor the county of Pre-
as a ii. . a : .
. a . . , , " "w PD1
ihj . wherein tfce sain Man Eajene Hoc-
r i.O Nile of unto, ana in ine
of drafts, manlawwnded and
descriore) as 1'itiows towtt: wn? oi
James Endsley, guardian of
ih taken i .ff n I the North side of
. WqaareT of sreuoa
een. tlH) lownsnin pa tour, 11 mngf
. u tr A-a. ik.i .1
mmm, w "- . 7 :
the adt term rmtrd Cetit the (aid
,'' " "-" t i Z
Eogene Hec-wr -.1. a, ply fee em
oder partttiw. may be made of ssid (.
i, rent i fees.
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""O- Cawpbuj. biutoax.
Oct. 2,. 18,0-wSprtai JaO
, ton M oore. PTtfr. Pr-ble CW
..mm. r mvm
XjlLOSAB-sT U MitOBK, of Ypeatautd
ITs in the county of Washtenaw, and
Sl-ate of . Michigan, is noiified that llorto-i
Voore did. on (he 244h day el 0loW r
A-P IMJL. tile his prlinon ia the otti
oft lie Cterk of 'he Qdnil ot Coiainx
PVaae. wmLui aad far Mas Coo air
Preble, and .S'tate ol Obi" ,rhar. n : lb'
said Elixnbfth JIoor- witli a4.'U'i ry w'iIi
one Cataa afenanS dtai UfeMKliena wi.l
October 27, Dr7 I -wCv-e -So
The undersigned has heen da'y up
pointed Adjui i-trator of the E-late ol
DanTelrieid Ute olPibhj mnaty. Obi
deeeeeeS. WlLl.UM B It HI), A Wr
Campl-cM Oilmore " ny"s.
NOTICE is Ureky given tha lie
firm of Davis if ham wen disj
solved haafestanl reaswne. on Fri-'ay
October 'SI, 171), A!f wit :tatil.ai
..i counts will he collccte-1 I'tH Jr
Jir e The niisi.esswnM hr ear
"d WW . .urn;
4fagl, 'he eainii siu
twMirf eva rWfnBn'
, sue r, rhMtat!y telic ts s
of ihfe mok' ia tfae tui.ir
S VML'EI. L'PHAM.
Oc.t27! 10 "t..rra.r4 fl
Squire Iv Uiutr, pUffl
,3Keon P. rb. lps, if th- ftnMr of llli
no'i, Jnat t ek d Ijueiuda t;a k, hi
wife. William TeimH. ,S.m ad an
ltae mid Kit-hard B. Wibon. defendsnts
will take notioe thai .Sii -lire L, Mittfe ol
VViyae eodntr Indiana, did on the 18ib
day or epteaaher 18T0. file his p. tit on
in the Conn of Gkw nana Vlens, within
aad for the county vf Preble and State
nt Gbio, n "a in st the aid Nt'V'S P.
o rt dent daata nhove
nt for'h. that, the
ants, James Cook A l.ucmda Cook, bis
wife, (rave n mnrSgnga e the OeMndwSrt
William Tt-lmar. an the son-h east qui
ter of section number K in towuhip
nnmbe; 8. of raege 1 east, cinteiainy
100 acres, muse or les, aitaate Iu
PtaWe count v Ohin. te aeewre the net
meul of $aflUO0 t, acror.linr to certain
notes r lemdtoiu said inortv'n.'e. sanl
notee vwd- mervgnue dated Angoat wh
i860. That Mud mortgage axd notes
vera en the 14th day nj Sept mber 18
atsignee by the snid Wi Ilium Teiman, hi
hrs written a-7nmet to the plaintiff
S itare 1 1 ljihjff UTisi i lai i the saving
of aaid meslgege 1, ike sard James
Cook od wife, anal Cook ohd wife, e
deed sold ad conveyed a d land to th
defendant NeMMMT P Phelj-s who W rh
seiitr thereof. Aid tkt sinee tk
giviuz. of skid mortgage nt d deed the
defendants James coot, timonda
Bale and Kichntd B. Wilson, claim
some interest in said lands nndei th
said Nelson P. Pheta, And prejinK
that said NYl-oii Y. PVlfui may say
said snm m if claimed to be due amount
mg tn f 15f O.tto wi tn interest from Aug
6th 18C.9, or that aaid premises may
sold to pay the same, end the said Nel
P. Phelps, and the other detendann-
nolliii d that they are required l
ear and answer Baul neten on
'ortolhetZih dnv of November, 1870
A I-. STUIY, x
CAMPBELL A U1I.MOHE.
Attorne.s for Plaint
AtrentD B. Morrow, (Merit
Sept 15. I870wrW,rf$2a
E. de EL T. ANTHONY & CO.,
f ot aaoADWAT, anrwwag.
Wr rese-h mm r Wme Tn-ars.
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rnaw I mn I Va
mm9mt nrwrttes ad nVws Kmtafen, fa.
rr tBfesisi aO-t igraanWr, rwMsi. ad
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2JUT13S OF TMM BZBXX.
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an fvwf We err ale- rafmw an
U'lt avt.asns .- aw? mb4 hmewji
ftw FrKBa aWrtre ee e B raw.
faatsst, aw as we . wsr
I VhvaM so awritnwslams. law an.
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