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HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
L, G-. GOULD, Editor.
Esc. IS, 1S73.
The Cuban affair is about fiz
zled out. The Spaniars have
surrendered the Virgiaius and
the surviving pmonere, and that
i . . i i .1
iias tseuieu me metier.
The Democratic majority in
Texas at the last election was
40,000. It is safe to count the
vote of Texas for the Democrat
ic candidate for President in
The public debt increased over
nino millions of dollars 'during
the past mouth. A few more
war fevers would no doubt prove
as costly to the tax-payers as a
first-clas3 wa-. About four mill
ions of this amount was spent by
Robeson, that truly good '.'old
ealt' who now runs the Navy
, The Constitutional Convention
for several days past has been
considering a proposition to do
away altogether the free pa6e
-evstem so far as it relates to
Judges, State officers, members
of the Legislature and County
officers. A provision of that
sort in the New Constitution
would tend to popularize it. It
The Republicans are much ex
orcised to know what the Presi
dent means by saying in his
message that a political parti
sanship had almost ceased to ex
ist, especially in the agricultural
regions. It only means that
from the peculiai facilities pos
sessed by him of acquiring in
formation, he has heard of the
fall elections in Ohio, Wisconsin
and Iowa, for instance.
The Federal .House of Repre
aentatives passed a bill, yeas 141
nays 29 removing all disabili
ties imposed and remaining o
any person by the 3rd section of
the 14th article of amendment
to the Constitution, aud eubati
tuting for the ironclad oath
modified oath now administered
to persons from whom disabili
ties had been removed. In ef
fect, this bill proclaims general
Speaker Blaine, in the Belc
tion of the Ilouse Committees,
has re-appointed Credit Mobilier
and salary-grab members to in
. fluential and important posts
- Mr. Blaine does not seem to have
the same horror of the Credit
Mobilier swindle that he did a
year ago, when he rushed into,
the House of Representatives
proclaiming that his record in
that respect was entirely clean.
Mr. B.. we believe, is a christian
The Shreveport Times pub
lishes a full history of the recent
epidemic of yellow fever. As
before known the attack was in
vited by the filthy condition of
the city. Due honor ia given to
the Howard Association and oth
er organizations, the women and
the Christian ministers. Of the
. latter it is said, "In the midst of
the great calamity, all denomi
national distinctions seemed blot
ted out. Catholic, Methodist,
JkpiBcopal and Baptist worked
side by Bide like the servants of
the same master engaged on the
same solemn duty.''
It is not many months since
the Radical newspapers and ora
tors boasted that the national
debt was being reduced by that
eminent financier, Mr. U. S.
Qrant, at the rate of one Lun
dred millions a year, and Jiis ad
ministration was accordingly
glorified after the manner of Rad
ical parasites and flunkies. The
debt is now increasing at the
rate of more than a hundred
millions a year. To be consis
tent, these organs ought to charge
the blame on the administra
tion, or rather on Mr. Grant him
self. If he deserved the credit of
reducing the debt, as they assert
ed, of course he is responsible
for the increase. Buc they won't
do any such thing.
Eight human skeletons were
recently found in the gravel pit
of W. J. Sherman, in Darke
Bountj, near the Shelby line.
Inauguration of Governor
Hoy. William Allex will be
inaugurated as Governor of Ohio
on the second Monday of Janu
ary next.' It will be lhe first in
auguration of a Democratic Gov
ernor for twenty j eare, the last
one having been inducted into
omce in January load, it is
proper that the .event should be
observed and commemorated
with appropriate ceremonies, and
that unusual prominence should
he given to the occasion.
Aecoi-iJuiglj', t lie JDumocratic
State Executive Committee has
taken the matter in hand, and
with the assistance aid co-oper
ation of the Democracy of the
State, we may expect to see'on
the 12th of January next the
day set apart for the inaugura
tion the mo3t brilliant public
demonstration that has ever been
witnessed at the Capital of the
A circular has been issued by
the Committee, from which we
extract the following:
The Inauguration ot Governor
Allen will occur on Mouday,
January 12th, 1874 just twenty
years alter the Inauguration ot
the last of Democratic predeccs-
ors. It is fitting that such an ll
lustrious and able Statesman oi
the' better and purer day s of the
Republic should be the herald of
the new Democratic Jkrain Ohio,
and the first Democratic Gover
nor to occupy the Executive in
bur magnificent Capitol.
The Democratic State Execu
tive Committee are in full accord
with the general desire that this
event shall be signalized by an
appropriate celebration, lu or
der to make this Inauguration
occasion what is expected, they
request the cordial co-operation
of the Democratic Committees of
the several Counties in the work
of completing and perfecting the
arrangements. They also ask
that the Democratic Press of the
State give the aid and co-opera
tion 60 essential to the success of
t he occasion.
The old Democrats of Ohio
appropriately styled. the "Jack
sou Gaard" are expected.to take
part and have a conepicious place
on the occasion.
Bands of Music and Military
Organizations from all parts of
the State, are also desired to
-We hope to be able to make
halt-tare arrangements with the
railroads with most of them, at
The Inauguration Ceremonies
will be concluded by a Grand
Inauguration ball at night.
Referring to the. coming in
auguration, the Columbus States
man says: The inauguration of
Gov. Allen will be one of the
most important events in the
history of this country. For j'ears
the country has been ruled by
corrupt party leaders. Now the
people have taken the matter in
hand, and will see to it, that hen-
eet men will hereafter be placed
in power. Let our Democratic
papers speak out, and bring up
the Democratic and Conserva
tive masses to the inauguration
of . William Allen the Farmer
Governor. We have every as
surance that the Hon. John G.
Thompson, Chairman of the Dem
ocratic Committee, will leave
nothing undone to make the in
auguration of Gov. Allen an en
The following is the official
vote of Wisconsin at the late
election for Governor:
Taylor Dem. & Granger 81,635
Washburne Republican 66,224
Taylor's majority, 15,411
Jn 1871 the vote stood thus for
Washburn "Liepublicanl 78,301
Doolittfe Democrat - 68,910
Dem. gain since 1871, 24,802
It will be seen that the Demo
cratic vote is nearly 13,000 Iarg
er this year than it waa two years
ago, and that lhe Republican
vote is about 12,000 Iqea for the
same man. This shows that it
was not absenteeism that beat
the Republicans iu Wisconsin,
but that it was effected by 12,000
'Republicans going over and join
ing the Democrats.
Qov. Allen's Inauguration on
12th of January, trom all in
dications, promises to be the
greatest Gubernatorial Inaugu
ration that has ever occurred in
The New York Sun gives this
sound aud sensible advice to the
now Congress juct assembled. It
would be well for the country
and the members of that body if
they would practice upon it. The
Sun very appropriately and
truthfully ea.ys :
The roa-l to honesty, good
government and right legislation
is difficult and laborious. The
road to corruption, stealing and
ruin is easy and may seem pleas
ant. Nevertheless the lormer is
the only safe one to follow.
Practice economy, avoid jobs,
save the people's money,- deal
mercilessly with public robbers,
uud the people will approve and
will keep yon in power; but the
opposite li.'ie'of conduct will be
detected and surely punished.
The punishment may be delayed,
but it is certain. 1 weed thought
it would be delayed forever; but
he knows better now.
Keep your hands and every
body else's- hands out of the
Treasury. The people are in
distress, and will not patiently
bear any scheuie for increasing
the public debt and adding to
their burden. Cut down ex
penses, postpone sill splendid un
dertakings, and take in sail. No
Credit Mobiliers, no postal tele
graphs, no post office savings
banks, no back-pay or forward
pay swindles, no saddling of
bankrupt projects upon the Treas
ury. Now is the time for stop
ping and settling up, and not for
launching out in speculations
Conservatism, caution, holding
back, is the only safe rule at
Col. Campbell, in the Consti
tutional Convention, the other
day, made a vigorous effort to
dispe:ise with the official report
ing and printing of the elaborate
and often windy debates of that
body. His brief speech was prac
tical, pointed aud vigorous, but
it elicited a report that there was
a contract in the way 'and as
"contracts are sacred," however
absurd" and foolish, the printer
must still continue to fill the
waste basket, draw his pay and
continue the nuisance.
The Hon. Samuel S. Cox, mem
ber of Congress from New York
city, will receive the applause of
the people of the whole country
for his manly course in regard
to the salary-grab caucus. Such
members us Mr. Cox only can
save the party from utter demor
alization, which the salary
thieves seem determined to thrust
upon it. Hou, William S. IIol
man of Indiana, is deserving of
equal commendation. These
gentlemen are among the ablest,
most useful and vigihint mem
bers of the Lower Ilouse, and
however much their honest ao
tions may be repudiated and
sneered at by thieves and plun
derers, sailing under the Demo
cratic flag, they will be eustained
by the people. They are simply
carrying out the will of the peo-
ple as expressed in the late elec-
A late letter from Washington
dots down a little information of
the manner in-which Grant and
his Ring are placing their grab
mouey where it will do roost
President Grant recently an-
nouiiceu ma uueiiiiou ui nxiDg
1 1 : . . - I
his permanent residence in Wash
ington, and will shortly buy and
build. Attorney General vvils
iams has a new house, which he
has iust occupied at a cost ot
$30,000, and his remaining real
estate will bring ii is investment
in the District to 100,000. Sec
retaries Belknap and Robeson
have bought lots, and will build
in the spring at a cost of 25,000
each. Secretary Delano propos
es soon, to erect a fine residence,
and Mr. Creawell already owns a
house worth $25,000. Mr. Fish
lives in one of the nouses belong-
inu; to e.voen aiur morgan, or
j ci i nr r
JNrev lork, who made a timely
investment in Washington pro
perty, which ia now worth $200,
000 When the salary-grab bill is
repealed, what good reason is
there why the President should
not be included? He waa at the
bottom of the swindle in the first
place, and could have prevented
the bill from becoming a law if
had been so disposed. We
know it is claimed that there is a
legal question involved as to his
case. inar. maices no amerence.
him be included ia the re-,
peal, and then, if he wants to 0
law and test tho question let
him'do so. 1 real
Credit Mobilier Triumphant.
The worst fears have been jus
tified. In organizing the new
House of Representatives Mr.
Speaker Blaine has wilfully de
fied public opinion, justified all
the mistrust that his former con
duct had excited, and forfeited
the confidence ot the country,
lie has done for hi maul f what
his adversaries had failed to
achieve, iu giving a death blow
to all hopes of any future dis
tinction. As Oakes Ames said,
in speaking of his purchased con
federates, Mr. Blaine has gone
with "the rest, of them" where In
No subject ever called out a
more general sentiment ot re
probation than the corruption
exposed in the last Congress.
Both parties vied with each oth
er in their Con ventious and at
the recent elections, in condemn
ing that iniquity and in brand
ing with infamy every name con
nected with it. There was no
exception or qualification iu the
Yet with this ex; ression fresh
in memory, and with every indi
vidual case familiar to the pub
lic, Mr. Blaine has dared to con
fer the highest honors upon r.:en
who stand convicted of gross ve
nality, perjury and fraud, evt-n
in the partisan report made by
their own political friends.
Henry L. Dawes is once more
made the leader of the House
and intrusted with the most re
sponsible legislation, as Chair
man of the Committee ot Ways
James A. Garfield holds the
purse strings of the Treasury
again, and rejoices in the control
of three hundred and twenty
five millions of annual supplies,
as Chairman of the Committee on
Glenn W. Scofield is placed at
the bead of the Naval Affairs,
with charge ot the immense ex
pendUures that are annually
squandered by collusion between
this committee and the depart
William D. Kelley stands sec
ond on the Ways and Means,
which is anions' the best poai
tion3 in the House, and influen
tial in shaping all measures relat
ing to the tanlt and to internal
These four leaders were prov
en distinctly and positively, in
suite of all the shortcomings of
the investigation, to have con
snired corruptlv with Oakes
Ames and to have profiled large
Iv bv the Credit Mobilier fraud
The testimony of each and every
one of tin in under oath is em
platial'y impeached. in f.hn re-
port made bv that fuithless com
mittee. and thev are in substance
arraigned for neriurv. N. Y.
difficulty in explaining to her the j the
The distinguished Chief Exe
cutive who calmly signed the
Salary Bill, thereby pocketing
the neat "sum of $100,000, has
tound a friend in the office rt the
St. Louis Globe. The simplicity
of the defense of the President is
so charming that we are moved
to reproduce it :
"There ia a point in General
Grant's message which seems to
us to indicate his opposition to
the Salary Bill. It is his recom-
mendation that the Constitution
be so amended as to allow the
Executive to disapprove any par
ticular section or sections of a
bill which he may deem inexpe-
dient or unconstitutional, and
yet to approve the other sections.
If this had been allowable last
winter, we have no doubt the
salary increase and back pay
nrovieions would have been ve-
In a horn he would.
Chicago Times: "When ex-
Senator William M. Tweed, up
on being taken to the penitenti
ary at Blackwells island, was
aeked his occupation, he replied,
"Statesman." But it will Btand
to the credit of the eminent con
vict that he had too much self-
resnect. even in the hour of his
abasement and humiliation, to
can himself a Christian states-
A Tennessee preacher announ-
to his corireffation that a !
prayer meeting would be held in
church in behalf of the Mem- j
phis eufferers, and exhorted his.
congregation to put on sack-cloth
ashes for the solemn occa-
cured a lot of old cotiee eacks,
worked them into a well-htting
dress, sprinkled said unique dress
profusely with ashes, and when
day of prayer arrived put it
and started for the house of
She waa stopped by her
mistress, who had considerable
meaninc of the minister. 'for
The Independent Zouaves of
Evansville, Indiana, have ten
dered their services to the erov-
ernment in case of war with
Remember, the Republican
party has a majority of two-thirds
in the Senate of the United States
and a majority of two-thirds in
the House a majority so pow
erful that it can pass any bill it
pleases over the veto of President
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quirer, as follows :
For ft names end f 10.00 a credit of. ........f g 50
For 15 names and 80,00 a credit of...... , h 2i
For 20 names and 40.00 a credit of. 12 00
For SOnaniesand 60.00 a credit of. i'7w
For 40 names and' 80,00 a credit of....,,... 26 00
For :0 names and 100,00 a credit of... 32 50
For 75 names ana 150,00 a credit of. 52 so
For 100 names and ioo.oo a credit of.; . . 70 00
For lr0 names and 300,00 a credit of. 120 00
For 200 names and 400,00 a credit of. 10 00
For 300 names and tioo.oo a credit of. . . 30v,00
For 500 names and 1,000,00 a credit of. . 600 00
For those who do not desire to enter eiuhn. rotten
up to secure premiums on the above plan, we offer
tlie following choice selection of
"Asking a Blessing."
beautiful picture in sixteen colors, 15x20 Inches
8eu at 1 etuit lor ,
beautiful iilrtnre in elch teen colors. 12x17 inch
sells tit retail lor ;.). fet.oo subscribers, who do
not enter clubs ftr other iiremiiiuis. can have el-
iiier one oi me anove namea Liiromos.
'Le Soto Discovering the Mississippi;
b fiulendfd pletureln tweatv-onc colors, size
19x26 inches, and sells at retail for ftl!UM. :.(io win
pay a years subscription, and. entitle the subscrib
to tnisiuRi naruea picture. j? nr lull particulars
Never before were sucli favorable terms offered
securing a nana some premium oi greut value.
The Enquirer Almanac fc Gianger's
Alanual for Io74.
Will be sent free to every subscriber received since
April to. ft4 j. annress an lerrersto
FARAN & McLEAN,
fc Cincinnati, Ohio.
November 13, 1873. '
J. Oettinger. I M. Oettinger
OETTINGER & SON.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Office 25, W. Pearl St.,
December t. IS73. '
Keeps constantly on hand a No. 1 quality of
CHEWING TOBACt O,
Candies, JWits Jf Raisins
ALSO A Oenuine article of pure
Mpflipnl Puritoss onlv: at his S&lnon. on.
rJaitt ol comuicrai jiioca,
New Hardware House
Boner & Myler,
HA VK JUST OPENED A FCLLAXD U BLt
Selected Stock of
M ardware !
Carpenters Tools, &c.
which they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturers
and now offer
Special Inducements !
in that line.
C3f They have also added largely tc
their stock of "
Quee n'swjare !!
And vlaim to have the largest and bert
supply ever kept in one house in Eaton,
and invi te the trading public to
Griie them a. Call !
before purchasing elsewhere.
BONER & MYLER.
May 9, 1872 tf. e
JOUX S(.tAJlflli4.,li.,...JA,. A.BILMOM
Campbell & G-ilmore,
(Successors to Otlmare A Campbell.)
Land Government Claim
E A T O N OH If)
Vi ffice at ?ho old stand on Barron street.
a. brown! "
OOTS & SHOES.
Baron Street, Keton, Ohio,
KeeiiR constant Iv on hnrid a fill' Stork ofall kinds
or LEATHER, and makrs to order every
BOO TS S1WOJES,
Hew rrantsall bis n-orlc to be Inst what lie re
commends) it, and sells ns low nanny shop In um n-
aRepalrlng done on short notice, and chmoiii.
made work of every description, alwuys on iiii,
for sale cheap.
April lit. 1872 yrl. .
: W. (j. HAMILTON
Invites yoa to call at his new MEAT MAHKKl.
No. 7. two doors East of the Toty I.'onse, anh leara
the frreat Inducements he offers In t he line or
' VEIL, .
llirt arrangements will enable Mm to furnish
in tlio Countrv
The ereatf-Ht car will be ti'en n slnrjhtttni'if
in-imjiy Anirnnis, and nie.nic .iimisncn tit
ors MCE, KKAT and ('LEAK, and at pr1.fs th:it.
ii in need of w id ,reb ment, at lu-.v r it-
W G.HAM illTO N
Oft. 1H73 tf
February 27, 1873.
Cigars c Tobacco
OUINN i KLINGER, '
FINE CUT &PIJJGr
Smocking Tobacco'3 i
Pipes, Pouches, .
cigar MMoiaers, arc.
Opposite Court Souse, Main St., Eaton, Ohio.
Feb. 27, 1873,-tf.
BKJJJ.JHUBBARD. . E. FREEMEN
Hubbard & Freemen
Attorneys & Counselors at Law.
TTILL. attend promptly to all busl
V V ness entrusted to their care, in th
various courts of this State. Office ia
Marsh & Lockwood building, 2d story
Street, Eaton, O. Jan-17-yl-tf
Dr. B. F Bowman.
WORK FIRST CLASS AND WARRAKTRJ).
Eaton, June 26, 1873 6m
E & GO.,