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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
L, G-'. GOULD, Editor.
"Dec. 25. 1873.
President Grant noniinatad
Mr. Kesslkk, an Jionest man, for
tho Otinnali l'ost Oflice the
other ilny, but be'in'sr' informed of
MS" nusiaKO, ho irnmeaiuieiy
wiihdrcw the name. Fucli ia
The cheap dehiagoguery and
lingua indignation of certain
"Judicata, who pre! end to con
demn the back pay business,
was illustrated in Congress the
other day, by Judge Lawrtnec,
of Ohio, lie howled at the enor
mity of the steal furiously until
somebody remembered that he
had been a member of the Kadi
cal Congress of 1SG6, which hud
beeu eurlty of ihe same kind of
s grana ana petit larceny i .i me
bad not only voled for t lie eleal
there, but pocketed it afterward
Lpon being reminded of it, of
course Le eat down in confusion
Radical hypocrisy on this subject
will be still further Tllstrated
when they refuse to repeal the
bill so far as it affects the Presi
engross the attention of Congress
st the p esent session will bethel
consideration of a constitutional
amendment changing the method
of electing the President and
V ice President. A committee ot
the Senate has had the subject in
consideration during the recess,
lnis committee, ot which ssena-
tor Morton is chairman, are uu
derstood as having agreed upon
an amendment to the present
system, which will be submitted
to the Senate for consideration,
It does away with Electorial
Colleges by enabling the voter
to vote direct for the candidate
for President or Vice Psesident
whom he prefers. It also creates
a tribunal for the decision of dis-
pates wlmh may arise about the
. legality of any portion of the
The House committees of the
Forty-lhird Congress are :
Butler is chairman of the Ju
Dawes, ot Ways and Moans!
Garfield, of Appropriations !
; Scofield, of aval Affairs!
Three salary grabbers anu
three conspicious figures in the
Credit Mobilier iraud and bribery
cases of last winter. Butler en
gineered the salary grab through
and together with Dawes and
Scofield, pocketed the money
Dawes, Garfield and Scofield
were all implicated in tho Credit
, Mobilier, and Butler defended
them in a speech before the
House. That good and guiltless
man. Speaker Blaine, is respon
eible for this, and Blaine wants
to be President. If he appoints
such fellows as these on the com
mittees . in the House of Repre
sentatives now, what kind of ap
pointees would we have to look
- for if he ever got to be President?
We think we remember
time it was not lonjr ago either
'- when most of the preachers in
the land were Republican stump
.speakers, ami when the outgiv
ings of the pulpit were principal
ly, instead of religious or moral
YvriiKe or political, l tie croj
of 6aints like Reverend Colonel
Granville Moody, and others"
that like, was then something
fearful. Then came a crop
"Christian Statesmen" composed
df Congressmen like Colfax, Uar
lan and Wilson, and of "Chris-
tian Soldiers," like Howard, near
ly all ol whom have recently
. i. . -.I i .
ueeu caujiiL enner au laivins
. bribes or downright stealiii"
Seeing therefore that the "Chris
tian Statesman"' aud the "Chris
tian Soldiers ' are both ladures,
when manufactured out of such
common clay as Repuhlicau pol
iticians, would it-not be) well-for
our preachers to profit by expe
rience of the past few yrs, and
get back to teaching oW fashion
ed, common morality and simple
religion. They might then make
"Christian men," so long as they
didn't lie, or steal, or take bribes,
and cover it all up -under a cloak
of pretended piety atnlofficiai
'dignity.. " ?-"' '
The Legislative Committee of
the Constitutional Convention
have reported an amendment
changing the time of holding
the Stale election until the lirst
Tuesday after lh first Monday
in .November, the same any on
which the Presidential election
eui. lniswawice provision
it 'II - - z z
anu s'.n.uid ne in corpora lea into
the constitution. It obviates the
necessity of holding wo elec
tiona every second year, as Cou-
gress has provided by law that
on a nil alter lo7b members ot
that body in all the States shall
be thofen in November on the
day above mentioned. It also
saves tbecxpei.ee of holding two
The same com . ittee have re
ported a section giving the Gov
ernor the veto power as a check
upon hasty and corrupt JegUla-
tion.' This provision is similar
to the one contained in the con-
6titut:ou ot the United States
conferring tho veto power on the
President, and requiring that
anv bill so vetoeu shall alter-
wards receive a twethirds vote
before it can become a law. .
Tlio nnmmiitoa W. rpfnm-
mend the retaiuiug ot the sec
tion which provides for the hold
ing oi biennial sessions of the
Legislature. We believe the
sentiment of the people is large
jy against this provision in the
present constitution, and desire
that there should be a return to
alM1al sessions. The present
CJll:S,j,ution provides tor sessions
PVIrv two vears -ht f.ine.r its a-
doptiou the Legislature has met
- -j -
,Mr nitli nn pvepntion.
eettic around the provision by
holding adiourned sessions. The
s.,me practice would no doubt
prevail again; but aside from
this, there sems'to be a necersi-
iiy lor holding annual sessions in
a State with the vast population
and diversified interests of Ohio.
.The overworked, exhausted
land fatigued Constitutional-mak-
infr patriots (?) of .the State of
Ohio, voted to adjourn -ftom
Tuesday last until the 6th of Jan
uary, and voted themselves pay
for the time they would be home
on this holiday spree, thus swiud
ling the tax-payers out of several
thousand dollars ! Itseemsnow
a-days, that as soon as men get
into position, their whole power
" 1 a - t li .1
1 J I 1 1.1 1 1 I . 1.1 IIPUIHI lr .. 1 1 11 V U 11 1111
means' by which they can put
their time "where it will do the
most good" for their own person
al aggrandizement. They don't
appear to cate a d d for the pub
no weitare. We regret to see
the name of the member -from
this county, among those who
voted to perpetrate this robbery
the people of Ohio.
The 'sooner this body of law-
makers close up iheir business
now, the better it will be for
them and their constituents. We
have but little hope of their ben
eliting pur old Constitution oi
the people who trusted them
with this important work.
Don't fail to see Sturm for the
ihe list ot suicides is increas
ing at a melancholy rate. Love,
jealousy and waut seem, to be
the most frequent causes. New
York has had two recent suicides
on ierry Doais one or a young
lady who threw herself over
1 . 1.1 . A
ooara, ana tno otner .ot a man
who leaned over therail and
then fired the fatal shot, falling
into the water. One of the sad
. -..j.- .-I, i .
uesc suiciues recoruea lately was
that of Nellie Acton, a beautiful
young lady of Chillieothe, who
took arsenic one day last week.
Unrequited love was the reason
shy assigned for the fatal etep.
You can buy all kinds of cloth
ing of Suirm except shodtlv.
Ihe Editor of the JSonthsule
Virginlau reports that theie i3 a
sieady increase in Northern im
migration to fciouthside, Virgin
ia. H Uui ii a moderate radius
of Chase City, in Mecklenburg
county, upward of. five hundred
farmers from the North' and
West bave located, and appear
well satisfied. Chase City was
established by an Ohio colony,
and named after the late Chief
Justice Chaae.- I
Senator Sherman on Retrenchment.
Mr. Sherman, of Ohio, vhile
advocating the psissaire o me
Navy Deficiency Hill in the Sen
ate to-day. made a general as
sjiilt . ait extraordinary expen
ditures li v the Government. He
followed the one given by Mr.
Dawes in the House, tho other
cav. and i t'inaiided retrenchment
nni rerorm in every department.
lie was opposed to increased
t:ixatioi! to runle up deficiencies.
He hoped the Demeera'iu minor
ity. would hold the Executive to
to a riirid cvnunfaliility in the
mutters of expenditures. Tel.
Iks. Dtc. 10.
The only hope for relief that
the people have is in such
men as Thurnian, Sherman and
Wright, of the Senate, and
Dawes, llohnan and Foster of
the House, and their effort in de
fense of the people's rights is no
easy tusk, as they are mot at ev-
ery point by such robbers as
Cameron, Morton and Stockton,
of ti e Senate, He"st Uuller, Wood
a ,a UainHd, ot t he House, it is
no longer a question of politics
as to who are the thieves anil
erauotr-1. nut is more a com use
between the people and a com
biued organization of j lunder-
ers ami rubbefj, and we there
fore say that it is to such men as
we name who favor the people's
side of the contest that relief and
reform ia to bo looked for. The
time has beeu, when Dawes and
Sherman would not have iJared
to speak their honest sentiments,
as they both did the past week,
but the masses are beginning
do their duty in upholding such
men, and it id to be hoped for
the good ot all, that they eon tin.
ue in deienainr our honest ser-
J&SO, anc. has determined toin
npon siat "Pon the punishment of Bur-
riel- Several of the murdered
That stupendous scamp, Rev
rend General O. O. Howard,
at last in a fair way of being
placed properly on the I'Ulory
general public execration, a3
plunderer without scruple. Al
though struggling for j'ears
hide his villainies from expo3
ure in which he had the zeal
ous co-operative aid of Grant
and moet of his cabinet
crimes have at last come to th
surface iu fueh obnoxious shape
that the Secretary of "War even
has. sent the evidences to Con
gress for an investigation. One
item of plunder, bidden under
bis pious, cloak and canting pray
ers and sermons, for a number
years, looms up at 250,000.
I . -r
From late reports we are
done with the Cuban, business
yet. The Government of Great
Britain baa discovered cause
affront, it teem?, in the action
the Spanish cut-throats as
I -r it . . ....
Virgin" us crew were subjects
Great Britain, ,nd it is more
t"1'1 Hkely that some reparation
will have to be made. The
British fleet in the West Indies
ha3 been ordered to rendezvous
in Cuban waters. This looks
marvelously like buskiesp.
What shall I buy for ray sweet
heart ? A Nepk Tie of Sturm.
(J rant's Secretary of the Treas
ury is rapidly playing out. Such
expressions of opinion as this
Washington special are frequent:
"Public dissatisfaction with the
Massachusetts Judge of Probate,
who now controls the finances
the Nation, is daily increasing
here, and members of Congress
share in the utter contempt
whic'i tho Secretary is held and
do not hesitate to express
whether they are friendly to the
Administration or not."
Stutm is the only man
don't eell shoddy.
"B033"" Tweed, now provided
with a twelve years' literary leish
ure, in Bedlow's Island Prieon,
has projected the publication of
book of personal history,
which he proposes a few chap
ters respecting the partrcipant
thieves who are yet brazenly
stalking in Wall Street and
Broadway. It will dim the bright
lights in many a stone-front man
Go and see
Sturm before you
In 1854 and 1855 the leading
men iu the Senate of the" United
States were Sewerd, Chase, Hale,
Collamer, Butler, of South Caro
lina; .Mason, of Virginia; Slidell,
of Louisiana; Bell, of Tennessee:
and Crittenden, of Kentucky.
hey are all dead. What changes
are wrought in a, period ot twen
ty years! Tli only men of
prominence who were in the
Senate then and now, and have
continued to the present time,
arc Charles Sumner, of Massa
chusetts, and his colleague, Hen
ry Wilson, who is its presiding
officer. With these exteptions,
the Senate of J.854 and tlJe Sen
ate of the anti-NeDraska excite
ment U gone.
Ex-Minister Sickles boldly
proclaims it in print, as the con
trolling reasou for resigning his
Spanish mission, that he had
been repudiated in his official
capaoitj- by Graxt and his flbhy
Secretary that- in this lively
Cuban muss they had held com
munications directly with the
heads of tho Spanish Govern
ment, leaving "him in contelnpt
and an object of their ridicul
T'nis is very hard on such an
exulted statesman-patriot as the
rollicking "Bowery Boy.'' Sue!
a fellow as him to be thus slough
ed off by such a Government as
his!, "That is the most unkind-
cst cut of all 1"
The Chicago Hepublican, the
leading Republican organ of the
northwest, taicea the annexed
view of the ; recent elections :
"The LtepublU-an party is more
completely blighted by tho Oc
tober and November elections
lhan the opposition was by those
of last year, and for two reas
ons: (1) That tho Republican
party ia essentially a parly of the
past, having no bond of union
but the spoils of office,, and (2)
that it has now'to contend willi
a financial "crisis, against which
ihe party in power has never yci
iu the hiscory ot the country,
been able to stand up.''
The present year is fruitful in
steamship disasters. Begriming
with the Atlantic in the eprin
hardly a month has passed with
out a loss of Greater or le;a ex
tent: The Pacific Mail Company
have lost two or three steamers
this year, the Inman line two,
and i.ow the French line loses
the Ville de Harve, the largest
steamer alloat. except the Great
Eastern. The loss of life has
Sturm has all sizes of Collars
Irom 11 to 18.
The total debt of Old Virginia,
exclusive of interest due, is set
down by tho State Auditor at
$30,478,841. Of this, $8,000,000
are held by her own cUizens, $8,-
000,000 in other States and $9,-
5C0,00O in Earopc. The unpaid
interest payable since 1871, is
put at $880,059.
Mr. Daniel A. Gage, the City
Treasurer ot Chicago is among
the defaulters. J I is "deficiency"'
amounts to only the trifling sum
of $400,000. lie says he is go-
ins to make it all right. Of
course he will.
Overcoats at Sturm's.
D. W. Voordees recently gain
ed a case in Mississippi, fqr
which he received a fee of $18,
000. This was a better ' grab"
than his part of the back-pay
From the last statement of the
Secretary of the'National Grange
of the Patron's of Husbandry, it
seems that there are about 10,
000 subordinate Granges in the
country, with a membership of
I buy of Sturm.
On the 1st day of January, 187i, we
will commence selling Groceries FOR
CASH. Country Produce will be
taken in exchange at cash price. All
those indebted to the undersigned
tvill please call and settle by January
1st, 1874, and save cost.
Jos. Fisher & Co.
Dec. 11, 1874 w3
Amusement for All. -
Dice Croquet, $2 ; Chess Croquet, $1
Chess, $2,50; Checker 25 cts ; l'archesi
and Boxes, $1,50; Checkered Game of
Life, $1 ; Ten Pins and Arches, $2 Au
thors, 50 cts, and other game of all
kinds, for sale at Michael & Sox's
corner Drug Store.
Dec. 11, Yf3
T lit AVItt Talnmre 1 editor of THK
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John Iter's Estate.
ftVLTS iiiidersurtied have been duly ap
1 pointed and qualified as Adminis
trators of the Estate of John Her, late
of Preble eonntv, Ohio, dee"l.
Dec. 25, 1873 w3 prffl,7o
rilllE Stockholders of thel-irst ia
I tional Bank of Eaton, Ohio, are
hereby notified that the annual meeting
for the eleetion or nve uireeiors, iosci vc
the ensuing year, will bo held in tiie
H:mkiiifir House. 111 Eaton, on luesuay,
.laiiuai-v 13t.li. 1S74. between the hours
of 10 A. M. and 3 1 M. of said day.
C. F. BROOK IS, Jasmer.
Eaton, Dee. 11, 1873 w 3
O Y virtue of an order issued to me by
1 the Preble county Probate Court, 1
will offer at Public Auction, on the
pre mises, near West Sonora, Preble
county Ohio, on WEDNESDAY, the
21st day of Januai v, its, at a o ciock,
P. M. of said day. the foUovinsr Keal
Ksr.-irn. situate in the eountv of Preble
and State of Ohio, and described as fol
Being part of the Soutu ot &outn-wesr,
quarter of section 11, township 7, range
3 east, &e., and bounded ami described
as fellows, to-wit: CoinineueiiijS 20 rods
South of tbeXorth-east corner of . To-si:
Kiee's land, and running thence V.'i-st-80
rods, thence South, parallel with the
East line of said land 0 rods, thence
East to the East "lino of said land, SO
rods, thence North 20 rods, to the place
of beginning, containing 10 acres more
Also a part of the same quarter and
section aforesaid, and described as fol
lows : Commencing 40 rods South of the
North-east corner of Jesse Kiee's land,
thence running West S ) rr.tjs, thence
South, parallel with t!u Eit. t line of
said land 20 rods, thence running East
to East line of said land 80 rods, thence
North 20 rods to the place of beginning,
containing ten acres.
Also a part of the Soulh half of the
South-east quarter of section 11, town
ship 7, range 3 East, &e., beginning at
the South-west corner of said South-east
quarter, thence North with the half
section line, 80.00 peles to the North
west corner of the South half of saitl
quarter, thence North S73.A degrees, cast
24 poles, thence South ::.34 degrees,
East 80.0G poles to the South lino of the
section, thence South 85 3-1 degrees,
West 24 poles to the place of beginning,
containing twelve acres of land.
Also Lot number 20, as known and
numbered on the original plat of the
Town of Sonora, iu said county of Pre
ble; and which said lands are the same
premises of wliich John C. BanUard,
late of Preble county, Ohio, deceasetl,
died seized to be sold clear and freer of
. -TERMS OF SALE. One-third of the
purchase money cash in hand, one-third
in one and the residue iu two years from
day of sale, deferred payments to bear
interest from day of sale, and be secured
by mortgage on the premises.
" Appraised at
JAMES K, D1NWIDD1E,
Adm'r of J- O. Bankard, dee'd.
Foos & Fish mi, Att'ys.
Dee. ,18, 1873 w4 rf $14,30.
AND RETAIL DEALER
F" c.f Ac, Ac.
.- HA TON. OHIO. '
Mf" Highest price in cash or trade., paid for all
Katon, Xovai.81 2-6mos
J. HARVEY COX J. I LUKPW!EK
Are prepat rci to 'lo all kinds of work pertaining
lo taeir u us mess, sut-u a
Horse Shoeing, Plow Laying,
AND ALL KINDS OP
made and repaired on the shortest notice. Also,
BUQQIK3. CABKIAGES, & SPKINO WAGOJTS,
made and repaired, particularattention paid to
mending SPKIN-tiS and warranted. Ataoall kinds
ol' wood work done on reasonable terms.
door Kast ol tne Jjoiy nour-e.
July 10. 1873 tf.
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Eaton, ov. 27, 1873 3mos
)0 of Ohio, Preble county, ss: Pursu
tint to the coimuand of an order of Sale
from ttie Court of Common Pleas, and
to me directed, I will offer at Public
bale at the door ot the Court House m
Eaton, on SATURDAY the 3d day of
January, lb(4, between trie hours ot
ana 4 o clock A . M... the lollowino' prem
ies, . siiuate in Preble county O., de
scribed as follows, to-wit: The E.-isi
half of the North-cast quarter of section
liiiinin r 18; township mim.ier -I ; range
yeast.- Wjipiai-ed nt
'i'o lie iii.il by (irtifr of Court In ll'e
case wherein M'aria .'. Smith U platiitill',
and Nathan I'icr.soii is defendant. Cae
Xo. JJJ0"2. Terms ea.h on dav (if sale.
JOHN TOWNSENl), bheriir.
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ther one of the above named Cbroinos.
'De Soto Discovering tho Mississippi,'
Is o solendhl plrtnre In twenty-one colors, size
lHxti-, inches, unit BeliB at retail for $15.00. 3,o6 will
pay a years subscription, and entitle the subscrib
er to this last named picture. JFnr full particulars
seiiu ior specimen copies, kc.
Never before were such favorable terms offerefl
for securing a handsome premium of great value,
The Euquirer Almanac & Granger's
lanuai tor 1S74.
Will be sent free toerery subscriber received since
April iu, ihi.i. Afiuressaii letters to
FARAN & McLEAN,
Xoverabcr 1.1, l.i7.
J. Oettisger. I M. Oettingeb.
J. OETTINGER & SON.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Office 25, W. Pearl St.,
December 4. 1S73.
Keeps constantly on hand a No. 1 quality of
CHEWING TOBACt O.
Candies, JVuts Jf Raisins
AI.SO A Genuine article of pure
For Medical Purposs only: at nls Saloon, on
door Euat of Couimeral Block.
. Eaton O.
July 10, 1873 tf
Michael & Sons,
Druggists & Booksellers
(Oppotiile t'ourt House,) JCATON. O.
t-l: i, lS7li-lf.
B jaer Myler.
llAVK JlT OPUXKDA FULL AND VBLt
Select eel Stock of
aril ware I
Agr ic ultura1
Carpenters Tools, &c.
which they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturers
iLgd now oft'er
Special Inducements! -
in that line.
51?" They luive also added largely U.
their stuck of .
Q ii e e ix s w a re !!
And whiini to have the largest and hert
supply ever kept in one house in Katon,
and invite the trading public to
CJive tliem a Call !
before purchasing elsew here.
liOXEIt & MYI.ER.
jray u, 1872 tr.
JulIN V.CA.MIM1KI.I. 4 l A.i:il.10R
Campbell & G-ilmore,
(SuccKt.xora to Oilmure Campbell.)
ITTOMSJYJETTS .IT X-.f If
w i- A I! I PUBLIC,
Land Government Claim
K ATOJf OHIO
tt-Office at UieoM stnnd on Ha it on Street.
iOOTS &- SHOES.
Baron Street, Action, Ohio.
Keeps constHtitl.y on hnnrt a full Stock ofall klnlk
ui ix,ai ujcji.aua initKeH to order ercrj
BOO TSSt' "SHOES.
1I'W rrnntsa'l Ills work l. lie Just what he re.
cojunieiuN It. :iii'l sells as low hhuh,- hIidii In low 11-
fHeimiruig done on short notice, and cuttoui.
made work of every description, always on iisufl
April IK. wyrl. "
7. S. HAMILTON
invflCH you tOCfcll Ht hN MKVT MARKKT,
N'o. 7, lwodonr Ka.st of the iJoty llnn.si ntih .itr
the xreat Inducements he otTtrv in tho lin of
' VEir,, &ef
MIh arrnnjrmcnfs will cnnblo him lo furnish th
!Best in tlie Country
The ereatt'Ht c;irt will 1 krti In Kluulitri.i f
healthy Anlninl, nn.i1 tnent furnlfih'! in cnli;n
ers NICK. 2CKAT aud i'LKXH, and at price ti.if
When in neoil of good frosW meat. Rt low nti
call on JI
"W. O HA 1VT ILTO M .
Jl.Il Oil. IJCl, Zi
February 27, 1873.
Cigars c Tobacco
. 3lauufacturertf of
' - - ' DEALERS IN
' Smoker's Articfes.
Pipes, Pouches y
Opposite Court House, Main St., Katon, Ohio.
Feb. i7, 1873,-tr. .
Bbnj. HUBBARD. I. B.FH E Ml-
Attorneys & Counselors at Law.
WILL attend promptly to all busl
liess entrusted to their care, in I tie
various courts of this Statf. Office in
Harsh & Lock-wood building, 2d story
Main Street, Eaton, O. Jau-17-yl-lf
Dr. Bi X" Bowman
TiTiTTn n rpniiTi
P 2 S 1 '! B 0 9 1 K 2 q
I t A
:4 "E3ses ft
w u lei ink uu w a
WOBK FIHSTCLA9SAXD WAHRASITID.
Eaton, June 26, 1S73 6m