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L, G. GOULD, Editor.
Democratic State Ticket.
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; - '- ron goveuxou, ' !,
'WILLIAM ALtEN," of Boss. :
SAMUEL F. CARY, of Hamilton
FOR SUPREME JUDGE, '
THQS. Q: ASHBURif, of Clermont.
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run AW.lUM o.aiM ! .
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E. M. GREECE, of Shelby.
'. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, :!'jr
JOHX SCHREINER, of ilcigs.7
FOB ATTORNEY-GEXEttAL, j ,
THOS. E. POWELL, of Delaware.'
MEMBER BOARD OF TUBLIC WORKS!""
H.T5. O'HAGAN", of Erie. I ,.jf
Hon. ABNER HAINES, of Preble.
People's County Ticket.
DANTEfr PAYNE,' of Somers "Tp
- CLEKK OF COURT, '
W. D. QUINN, of Washington.
PROBATE JUDGE, ' ' ;
A. E. HUBBARD, of Washington.
HENRY SIJIDELERv of Grata.1"
TREASURER, ., . , , j ..j.
J, R. BEATY, of Washington. tE
. PROSEmrNXQ ATTORNEY. .1 1
PROSECUTIJiO ATTORriKXk ,1
L E. FREEMAN, of Eaton. " '
,'! i. .! 1 OOXKISSIOXEK, ! hi;
LEWIS MARKER, of Twin.) ; r
ItfFIRMART DTRECTOK, :! "''
! JOHN UOLDER3IAN,trf aton
" r 7 '' f scryteyorV "' t ' ! .. uj
' 'JAMES y. 'ACTON of Eaton-r.
Will addi-css the citizens of Preble
county, in' Eaton, . on ' TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, Sept - ilstltfrS."
Turn out, ye laboring'men and farm
ers, and hear for yourselves,
Hon. A. Haines and Hkn-ei Shide
ler will address the people, at Bi-ow-er's
School House, in Lanier Town
ship, on .Friday evenings September,
la 1875:' -..i.ff I 1
' . , At John,' KislinVs'gchoor.llousejl
in ; Washington' iownslup, oa Satur
day evening, Sept. 11. ' ''''
' At Gasper Township House, on
..Tuesday evening, Sept 1-t '. '"'," ;
At Lewisbnrg.i. Wednesday, eye
xing, Sept 15.;' 'J '. j''""':-:1
At. West Manchester, Monroe
TownshipThursday evening, Sept,
16. " "
- Wanted A bloody shirt ' for 01i-!
Ter.Twsttp wave oa n.extjFriday..,,,
.-: Every vote for,, Wm. Allen iis a
' vote for honest government:' j j'1
( Every yoter for iSIB, Hayes' ;iaf a
vote for Radical corruption and ras
cality. '', ;l;vV-Jriju'.
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A ..-The Honey Kings are- against the
Democracy, but the people ; ar
against tjie Money KipgsJ .
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. .. Hayes tepresents thQ MOaey Pow-
er.:- Allen-represents' the vhonesf,"
Lard-workihg; farmers and rnechan-
ioa, the toiling
State. ' :?'
Aiany tsepuuiicau y uuu unu vueir
county- ticket Not niuch. wpnder.
1 It is the bantling of' nr tew selfish
and : corrupt leaders, who are. using
- the partyto feather theiriown: nests.
. The editor of tlie'Jieyi'rfer )sce.ms
4a 1a. wnnna1 rk Aiir ?.L" of- TTo
Tvould do well to look after the inte
- rest of the. pruaade. nominations the
Pinnmnoinra . rvP f lo Paginal ln r"ftf
Uiuguiuoucio va vAa AMiuivut u
, made on the 31st of July. ' ;' ;
As L E. Cbaig declines' the Know-
Nothing nomination. for Senator why
don't the party endorse Mat lack, the.
. Prohibition candidate. ' They ,. all
- pulled together as crusaders, and be
side Matlack is a Preble county man.
.. The Republican leaders have much
to say about the inflation of the cur-
. rency, but not one word against the
inflation of the interest bearing debt,'
, jfhich-they are now doing to prepare
for the resumption, of specie pay
ments.," " ----- . -
V . If yon Would bring about a return
cf prosperity, light taxes and honest
and economical government vote the
1 ' Ring out of power;' ;J In no other way
. can these much, desired results be
brought about ' ,; : '
No, No.Ben Butler atllM-i to take
';(! the stumpfor. te'dfimocracy,' if tbey-
agree to take, him in. - We don't
"" want him; and will Tiot have him,
even if he should b'ring all. his spoons
- with him, and the Republican party
would never' allow him to do thaiC
A Radical candidate for Senator
in this District One' that ,' will in
dorse Grant's robberies and in favor
of no more -'rag money?' 'preferred!
L E. Craig, Esq., refuses to be "si
rificed!" He won't assume the pre
nre. 'Bah for Grant! :
GOV. ALLEN'S AGE.
The little newspaper system in
Ohio following fficlead tf tj& grfe.it
Commercial, have immense fin frl re
ferring to the age of SGoALtix
The s.inctinjonidiui eg'isttt' fewks;
have becomS jftfeeted, aid after pq!&'
ful labor, give birth to juicy jflfcos,
over winch they cackle like a little
chick over her first egg. Now there
is another, side to this joke of the
KnoW-Nothings: 1 It occurs to rns
that this same party elected as Gov-.
ernpp pf tiS $rt gUtef NewpTork,
oncjGen. ions A. Dix, who was near
ly twenty years older than Gov. Ai
ta.T"" We" remember" to have read
somijwliere' ofonq '-Joys Q.'.'ADAMaj
wh6r Sat eighty year of age was the
leader of jTief American Congress.
W believe there still lives tne great
est of American poets and editors,
tVi.' 'C. Bbiakt, whb' wrote "Thaua
topsis" i, before the Register - man's
mother was' "bora; " It strikes" us that
Chakles , O'Qokneb,' the greatest of
American lawyers, still lnres ana la
bors in his, profession, with eighteen
more years on his : bead than, have
passed over Gov: Auks'i " -We are
of .tii'e impression', tha the army re-
lords will famish-the information
that quite a 'number of onr best offi
cers were tho seniors of Gov. Allen
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miWr'nicrl with thrf'Wfit1emp'n Mr.
vast ooar rewnr county, - who haVe
cbnsidera'ble ,'the iidyiritago 'bf (Gov,
Allek ia matter pi years; . v icas-
TORi Esq'-Jndgb-Wji; Cuhrt arid Nt
Got. Allen ana goes mm twenty-jour
years better,'" fifth ' notwithstanding
this,'Uog-uora. , oia age.we Hazard
nothing in Baying - that Mr. Caster
io'&Sy ,uas Wore' s'ense','' tetter judg"
mentr and is better informed in. mat
ters i of gbyei'nmiiiial polity' than the
entire Register, staff,.' the'$erT' in
eluded.? "Blood will tell.'f. i-The fin-
est "and llcetest''; horses do ''not fully
develop until at aa'age the "plugs"
never '-redeh," Snrf so it is- withrTneo..
newspaper scribbler that spring tip
ifk tha shadow of some 6ne:'else like
toadrstiools, - Jume and ; create;, bad
smells ' for a .little ' while ' and then
gratify j, ppmmunity Jby rpt'ti h g even
to their memories. - They never Jiaye
any' .brains to 'speaR of, and ' what
tney ,,cio. ,ftaye , is, not Jocateg in tue
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ueuu; naviHgDUkasiuau tuauicuni pj
intdlcctuaj fjbre .liefuature early ,and
being lij-brids, never yield any fruA.'
Thus' they li 'on? theln few days'
anp.pass awjvy Jn.Ussfui igaorance
of the capacity . of the human intel-
lebtt 6f the lease" :'of life given to' the
goodand .great andl n-irtnous 'and
which' the Psalmist 'places at 'three
scpre. years and, ten.", ( Gov! Alien
has not reached that age. V The old
citizens of Preble; county above nam
ed have passed it, and it is bur fer
vent prayer that our community may
fdrlong years to come haye theben:
efit of their wise counsels; . Tho Bed-
istdr fraternity '"cunldlje. buried al
most any dull day without much loss.
It may as well be borne in mind that
if ,tfip small fry newspapers have ntf-thing-to
abuse Gov- Allen for, sayo
for ' having; a' strong mind In a'heal
liij Jwdy , and. 'thereby prolonging a
life tof ' iteef ulness they may as well
subside,Tor every "'coritemptible' fling
at the age of the. Governor is as well
as H slur cast at hundreds of venera
ble men, In ourState,aiid at,,. whose
feet these inkf slingers had better'sft
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The Prohibition; Senatorial. Con
fention,' composed of the-ounties'pf
Montgomery and 'Preble, 'met 'In the
city of Dayton on Saturday last, and
nominated Albebt S. Matlack, bf
Eaton, as;i thc'yr . candidate for Sena
tor, r L,ikc the flics, at certain sea
sous of th year; there: are a-great
nj'anyr'phibitiohists ft this' place,
but about election times tney roost
around theold rotten carcass of their
pai-yan'4 swallow any tiling ,ihat is
given them, so -that it may -be safe to
predict that Mr." Matlack ' arid the
whole ticket will not poll more than
seventy-five votes' in the county. -f
1 The cajhpaign 'w'as opeti'cd'in this
county on - Saturday : night last, at
the Lexington' Township Hbnse, by
Judg. Haises, candidate .for,' State
Senator, and ' Hkxkv , SuIdeler, can-
house was .filled. i with the sturdy
farmers of Twin Township, and we
understand .that j the speeches gave
the best --of satisfaction to all pres
ent The Farmers and Laboring
men of this county are tired of being
robbed for the benefit of the rich, by
VTlililb O LUlCYlUg UUU1U113UUUU11, U11U
we believe will so vote on the second
Tuesday of October. 1 "'
It must require an extraordinary
amount of cheek for ad journal, after
branding a party "CORRUPT BE
YOND PRECEDENT," to then ask
it readers Ho vote tki -fDlSXJN
GUISHED SUCCESS ! -3iich-
the position of : the . Eaton Jlegister
nt present Will the hohest and in
dependent voters, of Preble county
be thus trifled with? .-
The stories abont the Pope and
the conspiracy to destroy the public
schools are to be used in exasperat
ing ' the Republicans ' in' ' Northern
Ohio,, thereby bringing out a
vote. The Pope is a sort of rake
handle wherewith to stir up the hor
THE GREAT QUESTION.
In the minds of the American
Peopiethere.iB- one question which
rises to tue iurtace of..; our. , politics
and eurtars eyeiy mind. j. It. Meets
opponents at Wery tarnfc': aiut ; like .
Ban qiidB ghost, will doiyh at nb man's
bidding. It stalks across the stage
of our politics uninvited and un
welcome it crowds itself upon all
their deliberations and "drives them
hevade''a!ir7auiwer. Evidences Of
debt piled mountain high, flank all
lieir platforms and every financial
report, from the seat of government,-
mi Uijlaltd deifcrtDoes tiittf allega
tion .need proof?.. Senator Mobtox,
on the,27th of February, A-D. 1869,
speaking against a bill 'declaring in
favor of paying the bonded debt in
g61d,'said:'We should do foul injus
tice" to llii Government and to the
people of the United States after we
have Bold these bonds on an average
for not more than sxty ccuts on a
dollar, now to nronoso to make - a
new contract for the Tbenefit' of the
hoidersj' ." Indeed Senator Morton,
the debt was inflated forty cents on
every, dollar of the bonded(indebted
ncss. Now the question eomes, how
shall we meet 'oitr Hnjlated debt?
By contraction or injtatutnf,, ...
- Oar opponents- say'-i inflation; is
good for the delitdr class.'. Who are
the debtor -class 2, -Every man, wo
man and child wb7rt claims' the pro
tection of this 'government is one of
the deTjtor cIassV" The real and per-
sonarproperty o.tuo'natiOn ouhd
or the payment of Jhe bonded debt.
The" doctrine; of our ' party is," that
it is just, right and. equitable tq pay
an inflated debt with ad inflated cur
rency Theflafn 'tnlettcrectMan
enn uauerstand tins plain proposi
tion? 'r'J.t is to' do ''equity. -To -ton-tract
(WAyrrency,; ant&ioniwel ' the
payment of an inflated debt, tct'ih a.
contracted currency is inherently vn-
juL,i J.t. im -.iajiBg. unjuat . burdens
tlpdn-i't)ur, -people.7-"Working -inen,
let your! rallying cry' lio, we" , .will pay
onr inflated debt with an inflated
THE GREAT QUESTION. THE FOREIGN POPULATION.
The Radical party is nothing, (fit
is "not. crusading;'' Xast fall under
the leadership of ; the women, assist
ed by the pious apostles, Dio Lewis
and, Rev; Van Pelt, it waged relent-
les ; war against ber and whisky.
This ventnrfe was not a snccess."This
fall r .new departure has been made,
an' the T)arty: is now-" organizing
K!now-NptbiDg lodge's, and the war
is on foreign-born citizens generally,
andrthe Catholic portion .particular
ly.. J.ne,iiaaicai party in Onio to
day is the olds Know-Nothing party
men may the better see the idiocy of
this warfare against the foreign pop
ulation. , We herewith present some
figures', taken from the United States
census of 1870, and the same tables
can be found in the "Ohio Statistics"
of 1 875, copies' of which ' are at I the
Auditor's Office. .
The entire population of the Uni
ted States, natiye and foreign born
in 1870, in jound. numbers was 33,
000,000, of this ntimbcr the native
bora in ro und numbers is 32,000,000,
howlngthe entire foreign element
tofe onl 6,000,000, not pne tixth of
our fwpmation. ' In the same year
the entire population of the State of
Ohio was 2,665,260 of this number
2,292,765 were native born, and S72,
494 foreigners, leaving an excess of
more than two and one-quarter mill
ioa .and of. native-born citizens.
Now these are the flgnres, open- for
the inspection of alj men, and is in
deed a very low estimate the Know
Nothing party places on the intelli
gence or the people - or Ohio, when
tbey preach from the stump and the
pulpit, warnings of the great danger
more Iban two,; million of. native
Ohioans are ' in'-' from the devilish
shrewdness or superior intelligence
of one-fourth their number -of ' for
eigners! " The very fact that the
Radical party is forced to use such
contemptible means- to' secure suc
cess, amounts to a confession that
their political record for .the last ten
years ."will not' bear 'investigation,
and as a last resort, they are forced
to appeal to the prejudices and pas
sions of the people to secure their
votes.' f It won't win. The people
tried your h.nqw-jNotinng organiza
tion twenty years ago, and found
rotten, and its stench is as offensive
to honest men to-day. The. only de
cent thing this effete party can do
If the Farmer 'or Laboring Man
Preble county invests his money
a tract of land, to secure a home for
himself and family, he is taxed to
the full value of it, but the bondhol
der pnts his-in bonds, and pays
taxes. ' Let the Farmer and Labor
ing Men remember this when they
come to voto on the second Tuesday
'IV " i.' -I.-'-"'- ' '' ' "- - ' :
oi uciouer. ... .
The Democracy are in favor of
National, "or what is generally called
a greenback currency. , The Repub
licans are in favor of private or Na
tional Bank bills. Thatis the dif
ference. Now every sensible man
knows that the Government is safer
than an individual.'' ,.; .
; The hard money-Chicago Times
admits that the chances in Ohio
in favor of William Allen's re-elec
tion. Nobody doubts it over here
THE GOLDEN STATE!
The Tidal Wave Rolls in
from the Golden Shores
of the Pacific Ocean!
THE GOLDEN STATE HEARD FROM!
A Clean Sweep!
SHE GOES DEMOCRATIC BY
And Gains Three Congressmen!
Her Gold Banks may fall but her
honest Farmers and Mechanics look
to the 'Democratic party for good
government and a safe currency and
elects a Democratic Governor, and
all the State officers. f .' ' , ,'.
HOW IS IT?
The editor of tho Eaton Hegieter,
who has howled so vehemently' about
the ' Geghan B.illi has never yet in
formed his readers that this Bill be
came a law by the vote of Senator
Corwix, of this District, wboim the
editor of the 2?e0rer-Toted for and
supported and would have done bo
again, had 'that gentleman accepted
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iue nomination lor mc pusiuuu.
Now isn't that consistency? Will
anybody be fooled in,to, the ;wupport'
or the bondbotcicrs ana Dancers tictr
et by sucb, a fraudf Neither '.hits hfe
told his readers that the Republican
Convention, of Hamilton county,' od
1 h idt refnsadjto paa -fesq:
lntion offered by Hon; Ben. Eggles
; ' i - )-vl ' ' I r- . 1
ln.n no FnllAira
Jlesolved, That the -statute known
and called ' the Geghak law, passed
by the last Legislature shonld be te
pealed." r ' , 'i"'; ;''';', 'I '
Now, tell it not in Gath, publish
it not in the streets of Askelony'that
the Republican party of Hamilton
County refuted to demand the repeal
of the Geghan Law, over which there
has been such bowling by Repnbli
can speakers and newspapers in Ohio.
After, that, Othello's occupation is
gone, and the Conirac'oiivwill
have to mount some other hobby,
they cannot ride the Pope's bull any.
longer! The robbed fanners, mechauiJ
ics and laboringmen of this county;'
will sec the fraud and lie got np
induce them to vote for a party that
their own organ has pronounced "cor
rupt beyond precedent."
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
.Notwithstanding the fact that
Democrats inaugurated and perfect
ed our present School system, and
adopted a constitution which , fixes
the fact that there can be no " divi
sion of the School fund,,ye't a," great
hue and cry is raised by Republicans
that Democrats are opposed 'to ', '6uf
School system and are in favor, of
division of the School Fund:- Trn'eJ
there is nothing in .the, Democratic;
piatrorm hinting towards --tnese
things. True, no Democratic p$'pc;r,
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or speaker has ever intimated any
thing to warrant the charge, yet the
charge is being constantly made and
reiterated, andfor no other 'purpose
than to distract the attention of the
people from the real question at , is
sue the finances in which all are
interested. .".When a party, is thus
driven to its pins in order that
papers and orators may have 'some
thing to howl down, it has ceased
deserve the support of the voters
the country. '." 1
Some three weeks since, the Radi
cal Cincinnati Commercial, in sub
stance said, that the Catholic ques
tion had nothing to do with the
sue in Ohio this fall, and that nobo
dy save a fool, or an idiot would
to drag it in. TUb Commercial has
been ' takin? lessons from the trick
jassack, O. P., and now turns tail,
Finding the comparing of the peo
ple's money to "cabbage leaves'' and
"rebel shin plasters" not to the taste
of the men who fought to maintain
the government, it now wheels into
line and out-generals the Know-No
thing Gazette in its , abuse of
Catholic church. The able bodied
editor or the Commercial has
consent to take either of the names
selected by himself fool or idiot.
n nen the te or the Aatiou was
in peril, Catholic Regiments, officer
ed by Catholic Generals, rushed :
the front, and aided in' "putting
down the rebellion." The Radicals
then could not say too much in their
praiseJ , T!ut now those same
cals shout aloud "No Popery'' down
with the Catholics," in order to cov
er, up-, theic own dark and damning
deeds. The- people 'understand
them. "'..' . '".'''
While the Register assumes'
place great stress upon the fact
the Independent Ticket was riot pub
lished at once, we find upon exami
nation of the ticket at the head
its columns, that the name of Hon.
I. E. Craig, is not among the
cen. How and why is this thus?
THE SCHOOL QUESTION.
As the venerable; j?ejrfer is feast-,
bag its reader, on clippingsioA J,he
i.piuuc j. eiegrajan. a rengiou asa
not a Democratic organ, on the Com-j
Imoif SchabliUul asthe Offoodrsd
j. T - 1 S
how the Radical party stands with
reference to the - same - matter, we
commend to their praj-erful attention
pilie followiuk". from " tho Cincinnati
Gazette, the leading' Radical paper
of thetate. : Please copy. A lead
ing eiUtorial ,hjeaded j f 'TJiC jFamilr
and the State
Ill' ICttlCU 1 1. UUV Mil
zctte, April 18.J1871 and the follow-
ing- refers to the Common' Schools
. " 76uld lhre be a more effectual
system for making criminals t ,;H:
'-It does nothing, to .fit children for
the necessity to which -the mass of
them are borni' -v-
This pretentious fsystemi- which
assumes to train the children of the
Nation to be good citizens and cap
able governors, and thus , to make
sure the Republican 1 "State, ' as to
confess Mat it does not touch . the
real necessity of the people, "and
that, when stripped to its reality, it
rests iqtun the worse than pagan pre
tense that theteachingof the schools
will make the rising generation- vir
tuous and capable citizens." " ' .
On the 21st of April, 1871, .the
Gazette snui: .
1 "We have had the good fortune to
receive we nnquahned and warm ap
proval of the Catholic Telegraph to
the article in the Gazette entitled
"The Family and the State," treat
ing particularly of the part 1, of .-, the
State has assumed in educating the
children. . , ! Thus the
Telegraph indorses our principle of
a atate school system founded on the
needs of the poor, and on the duty
of society to its helpless members,
and limited by these ,--,... s
; We quote other articles of the same
sort, shoeing'' the "systematic and
long-continued fury with which the.
Gazette assailed the ' school system
' XFrom tbClnclnntl Gazctti, Mt 1, 1871.
;'It (the common school system)
has fostered the idea that education
lifts them (the children), above : the
necessity of common labor, and giv
es tuein entrance into the light - aiul
tented ways-Of making "a living,
But a system which takes those who.
have no parents or capital or friends
to push them, and unfits them -, for
common labor, and docs not even fit
them for the light and genteel busi
ness; throws them helpless on' the
world, makes the most promising sub-
jectsfor vice and crime." '
- "It is most brtunate for. the .com-;
miinity that the mass of children arc
withdrawn, early. There never has
existed.'in the world jo potent en
gine for social ruin as . this system
would be if the mass of the. children
passed through it.".., i, ;. t-, :.
[From the GAZETTE, March 3, 1873.]
" -"Such a perfect system (of public
schools with compulsory attendance)
Would be a arand ' propagation of
thieves, forgers, burglars, swindlers,
loaf ers,drones, pimps,' dram-sellevs,
and. all such light and genteel trades."
[From the GAZETTE, March 3, 1873.] [From the GAZETTE, March 12, 1873.]
"A great State cstablisluueut (the
common school) has been built up
for the poor and yet fcie but the rich
enjoy it. And so our
splendid charity establishment qui
ruinates in furnishiug free schooling
to the rich at the cost of the 'poor.
Thus do we find out
that' we have created a great ' State
cstablislimcnV upon the pretense
the popular need, which docs not nt
the wants of the people. The,. thing
is found to be afailureJ' ?, f-i - -
No political or religious bigotry
was ever more intolerant or--nnjii3t
than this school fanatacism.'?'
"What a Communistic lie is tliati
which is made to ' support ' all this
wild theory namely, that -teaching
children, to read and write' "and ' ci
pher,' and so on, is intelligence and
virtue! . . It woula reduce
all to a level of a herd of cattle,
to the hard,, , un sympathising., and
degrading methods: of ; ,the Onedia
Community, where parents have
rights, and there are no parental
filial affections, but each .child is re
garded as the property of the Com
munity, and all are brought up In'
common nursing factory ."v ' 1
[From the Cincinnati GAZETTE, March 14, 1873.]
."What the State ought to do in the
way of schooling,, is . just what
ought to do in the way , of feeding,
clothing and sheltering that is, pro
vide for those unable to get iw jvnd
the extent of this is what can be got
in connection with training to labor,
and with occupation from the earliest
age of nsefulness. The abandon
ment of this has no stopping place
short of providing for all the educa
tion that is good for any, and this
involves the support of the mass
children-while attending school."-.
At the present it will need a now
erful effort tostop the further expan
sion of the public school establish
ment. ... The realization qj its failure
has driven its special advocates
raise a cry for forcing all children
into the schools." ' -
Now, if the editor of the Eaton
Register can produce frora'a demo
cratic journal, anything that will
compare with the above anathemas
and denunciations of the Republican
Cincinnati Gazette, against our pre
sent Schools, he might prevail upon
some of . his readers to believe that
llicre was a little spark of common
sense in his howl against the demo
crats on that question..
The- financial question the ques
tion whether industry shall revive,
and the hum of business be oi
more heard in the land is one
life or death to thousands; of beg
gary and destitution to; hundreds
thousands. What a mockery is
to hear in return a child's rattle
which the Radicals are "shakiuff
"No Popery." !','
It only costs twenty million n3ear
to keep np the present system of
tional Banks. . A vote for the Demo
cratic ticket this fall is a vote in
vor of abolishing them and' doing
away with this expense.
lMV""vt, ... V) V.
the Democrats of Gratis township or-.
ganizext an Allen Club, with the foU
lowing 'officers: President Joiiali
hntr; tri,.o Proi.nf a M!fiw;
Wcdncsdey, the 1st of Sept
- i. w .T t ... ttilc!.bm
T. Tiscb. Vice Presidentn School
Districts, Jacob ' Mullendore, H.
Brill, J. Goodman,-Jacob Crismore,
iSfartin Kirkpatriek, John Lane, Jo-
siah "Power, T. Knoll; " Executive
Committee, E. Young, B. F. Antrim,
Thaman who votes for Hayes this
fall, certifies ,tljat jGranf dii
tr?ition; wnrfh the'atiim'ttter
prouounceir"cp7Mxf . beyond prece
dent,'7 is a distinguished success!"
Now how mnny I onest farmers will
so completely stultify themselves1 to
gratify the olllte holders, and . bond
holders of this thieviilg admisistra
tion? ,' '' ' '. . ... . ' ." '
Prominent Republicans admit that
It - the currency issue alone were in
volved in. this canvass, the Republi
cans would be beaten in , Ohio, 50,
000 votes. But :"No Poperyl'. is to
be their city of refuge, and they hope
by it to divert tlie 'minds of voters
from the real and only questions in
volved, that of robbery and finance.
' 'The'Farmcr, Mechanic ahd "Labo
ring man who thinks the rich bond
holder should nob pay taxes accord
ing ,to"bis"Nrcalth', the' same as he
docs, wimyote" for. Haves,1, Those
who believe -that all should be taxed
alike, whether-their" wealth is in a
Farm or Bonds, will yote for Allex.
; The. Radical, leaders fondly.hope
by -cryingi aloud , VNo.- Popery," to
divert ';the attention of -the-' people
fmecWir.g outrages and whole-
sale larcenies , committed, by.the
Gra" offll hPWT,S bU ,t.'win. no
uo. iiraiii, a un ins JV" iv nrc un in-1
al, and they wilt be condemned and
dismissed by the people, r ... ;
IT IS A FACT.
' -.r ' y . , ' , . 1.'- 'i 11
manly Geq'l. Ticket Agent of the C.
HIT. OAS I. OTEVE30, IUB KCULlt;-
it. s IJ. tb n., M-,. ua kiuiu .s'uu-
sented to sell rounil trip tickets from
Eaton to Camden for- 3d cents, at-
hrdayt Sept. 11th, to one ani all who
attend the Grand Military Pic-Nic.
Trains will leave Eaton at b:ll ana
8:56 a.' m.-. ' returning 6:08 and 9:15
i ., a-lUESTATEOromo,rREBLJ!: COSS.
Tt) TllEVOTKRSOr Pu EBI.E CjL'MT X, Q.
I.JOIIX TOWXSKXn. Shriirnrrrf-l.Urannlv
do hi-rby nolily the iiiitllflffl vuikt, of mHI euoa
lr b MM-moie in inpir riieciire iiwiirJj1i
On the 2d Tuesday in .October, J 875,
tolnir. the 151k i1fyofnItl u.onth,nt -thrtr HSiial
n)fi-.-f ImlrtiliE rlrclifiii,, or Btlcll filKt-r tkt
lowvmip iinveffl hiv tiirfN-i. mq ium mm
Iher', lMtws;n inphnnnnTCo iiork. m. m., ni1
oVIurk, p. m. nf Mid dy, pruceed as the law di-
One UO V E R SO B of thf Slnlp.
- I.IKl'TKNANT OVRXOnflhSlalr.
" r. rfU MSB.
' M EM HER HOARD OF PVRI.H! WOnb'H.
" STATE SE.VATOH. In tlipTlitnl Sna:urli
lliHtrtar, rnifNiefl ol the cuuutteBOf 21olit-
It E P KTE NT A T I VE of Preble conn lr.
WtifflATEll'UGE t, , ' " .
i inn I rrillP
. " THEAS1KER ".
' CLElUv OFTIIRcrirm."
" COMMISSIONER '.
" 1NFII1MARY DIRECTOH
TheTrumee ofthe rsrlO'j, Towmhlpn are Ulan
notified that tlier ahall on H .lar aelecc ofKood
Jndlc-touB iieraona. havlujEtueijualiut
tr.thiir Pportionn.ent Ar pemii.u rvr m
Jiirora, and to retnrn a Ibtt of the same an directed
hr law. Tile apportionment a ordered bf the
imf m uirecmi
ordered by tit
lTM-t-m- twiimon fieaa; oi rreoie eoonrr,
rolioa-a, to-wil : liixon a, toiper4, ur
riaon 12, ItncI . Jack.nn a, Jerferfmn
Itonroe a, nntnera n. i win 10. v aan
tw-omeera. paaed Mar H UUJL nroaidea
An Art resitlattnr tne election
electtona to be holden under that Act, tho retlli
ahall neonenen oetween lite nnnra ora ano: ib o--elnck
in the mnrnlnir. and cloae at t o'clock lit tho
afternoon rf the aamedar.
Ct.tron nnder nir baad this 9tn day of Sentem-
ber, A. D., i7l.
JUllA I"' W .1SIVH IJ,
- Sborlfr, P.C. O.
Sept. t, IS7wl
J.M. C. Howe'S Estate.
TTtROSlaml after this date, the under-
I siiriifd will pay to the non-prefer
red cretiirors or j. m. v. Howe, a divi
dend ofl5 per vent, on their respective
claim ii pnranmice of an orderoftliel
l'robsto C'onrt if f reDle comitv, Ohio,
made iSept.Jst.187a. llividuiKla paitl
tho.oinceor i. C. uumorc, in K. Ii. Ue
pot, College Comer.
J. M. KII)KUL1J,
J. C. GII.MOHK,
Assifjnees ol J. M. 0. Howe.
Cavtokm. t Giijiobk,.Au'j-s.
Sept.8, 1873-W3 '" .
E. E. DARRAGH,
AND DEALER IV r -
Metalic, Walnut, Imita
tion Rose wood coffins
iUs, Lining and
constantly on Land.
In all ntvlcs. attcuded to on eltort no
tice, at lower prices than the same work
can be bad anywhere else.
Bodies Kept any Length
-without change of color or decay.
Xo Extra Charge for Long Drives.
of nil kinds at low rates,
ntt Kittus m tun- rotuD, . .
Farmers ami Granger will ilo well
to call ou me lor Undertaking and Fur
niture. - E. E. UAliKAUU.
Post Office Building, Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Sept. 2, 1875-ly
" X0H8H3lHYd ,
2S Embracing M immense variety. .
jY BTOOK IS
t . ki'f Si
PIECE GOODS, HATS, CAPS, and
ltln' If T Kl'i ' f '
, . PIphra rmhfi T ucrrpp tn sell
body-else. 'Therefore- ft 'will be to
-Goods and Prices betoreai-chainoflr-ratr-wrrCr--v
r i i.t.i.' i. .'i in 1AO wrvCDWR
lories, "iiie urooi oi me dihuuiii; is
' U Yt . :! , fr "tir "',"' W;
eP '"' "' ' js.lt "" r:Z - ' ' V"S? il'tii f "!'',
I ' "Ti '--4''1 '"'
.ufl :! vu. - ;tT en rr i4 tnli- ! .-'-' 1 r-I '!
...... . x...,, ( -.fn.T?"Fi A-TfTTtT?- INr.r ...i --"., ''
.ji 'i.ri - -,-(!,: - i.:,;,lf .i- ... . t t . r i , .... : -
!l j jll
DECKER & BARNtSSTE!NWAY &. fslATHUSHEL'S PIANOS!
Is prepated to furnish them! onitis-reasonable term as they-cai lie
bought anywhere else,;is lie, biiying. ithem iliroctlyvfrom tlie manufac
' "" 'tOMriCEJf
EatonJ'March 48; 1875"" !
JJXV U VT.
tivetial attention g1ren
liens m j
nhrnTYiQ &.PictnTe, iTaiii8s
r i . .
' , . t r r i M"
t ! -r.t.
I "f Tl
Eaton, April 22, 1875-ly ( t
,Vr, r,1 Mi ll':' I" JZr-.ti'lSltSnJS.
5' ''- JZ j 1 " " '
' "v -t; ,.,,1.
: '''' - , ..-.w.-rt.i.f
ill .- i' .!'.i.i.: .'- --ir-t r ' , ' . . , , -
' " " ' ;,t j :. r'tt, kutt f.ari ..,T t.
Just I? eceived, , and for Sale,
A LL 1L IIS f)S; QK'PIN IS LUMBER,
PINE, ASH & P0PLA!t:rL00RIN6;
Cedar, Oak and Locnst Fence Posts.
Doors. Siish, Laih and Shingles
r' t-i mi l.f, iri!it,. tii'v.'. .-. .is'l t'i.
Ill kinds' or't.iiltfM"ifm6rrHr.tf Orderh
kind of Building lsumner' ciif to uraer. - i
Best Taigbiiytsiiy, ' CabpM's,, .Crk;. oni ;. Cisasl COMi, " ,
Agents for the Study baker, Milborn, and JSIitcHeU
H'ghest price paid for Walnut, Ash Lumber, and Timber.
Office and Yard' Opposite
Tnfon. Ohio. M.1V 6. 1875-Gm tlrt
------ "" !
First C?Ia9s Goods cheaner than an v-
font "advantage to call ana examine
tue eiuav... tiucu. n
.-rfcHr Mr-r '.i 'tij iKi
Tl.ll. V STREET,
Yt rf?Or fjjrf ,'f. itl.ifr,.t :.iflf..tT.
r 1 JTV s-t-ttt-tt -i ;
ill i ,;-.
to thc.mtins o; Pescritt'
irafe ,Aiiy, ?.
ci Bll btvies made to orQer
,, . . y
J-'f-'-O '( ftT-t- -
;-r-jt! WW H W! "Ill' lilltf IV i -
a-T-iTS ATT S CSrVKT
t i 't"-'AJ
wagon. - . ..
the1 Depot, Eaton, Ohio.
Vi-rjii- ' - s. - ' ' :',:
I. M. ANDERSON,
If AXUFACTUREB AND IlEArtR '
COLLARS, WHIPS, &C.
,1 oil irniula iriiilr.lll V found In Rflrst-
class Saddle and Harness establishment
Fine Harness a Speciality
March.4, 18"54im f.,. fi. yl t ,
Jjumbcr !. JLutnbcr T"
To The Public."
E0EINS01T CHAKBEES & CO.'
KEEP foraalpatlOWKST MARKKTPRIO-
I1NB. rol'ULAK anil ASH noarlnR. uresaea
Pine and PopnliirSlilelni!, Urrwi il Ah Pine ana
....-T iiivck tint Vfll.T,:. I.AI'TI. -
, -8TA1 RBAljL.UblA.tta, o , t
- Are also prepared to ftu msli t.
Factory Doors for $2,00 and $2,50.'
nnnna TTT-ffTlOWTRAMFJl.BAPK PAWKT.
and Batten Doora and to AW up. MOWI.D OR
TURN LUM1IEH toonlrr. We mtpn.i tnmnkH
to the lntrt uf those needliig aiiytliltig In out
line to deal wun ua.
IIIOHEST MAFKKT PRTPE PAIUFU Vat
. .. . .... 1 1 .un I r.,f
KOBINHON , CM A jiltES CO
Katon. April i,w;i.-t( ' '
C. Gv SCHLENKEB,
GOLD AND. KlLVERi.j
Sliver ard Plate Wa?;o!
GOLD PENS. SPECTACLES
&C, &Ca, &C. ' "
Main Street, Eaton. Ohio,
; Call and see the- finest selection in,
Eato i.. !..!. 1 .. -
All kinds of Repairing promptly
attended, to. and warranted. gj ' ;
Eatmii'April 53, 874bv - '
KL. 0. ABBOTT,
1 Offlcc In 011376110 building, soutl,
west corner, up stairs." :.. ' ;
GT La.'giil busiu' ss iirowi tly attend
cdto. . . lAi,'.26,':5