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X, CF.GOULT), Editor.
Democratic State Ticket.
: ' ' OR GOVKRXOR, '
' WILLIAM ALLEN, of Eoss.
" ----- LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
SAMUEL F, CART, of Hamilton
-"v "'' FOB SCPREME JUDGE,' l .1
JOtt AUDITOR "OF STATE,
: E. M. GREENE, of Shelby. -
! ' FOR TREASURER OP 8TATK,
JOHN SCHREINER, of Meigs.
..JOB ATTORNEY-GENERAL; .
THOS. E. . rOWELL,. of Delaware.
MEMBER BOARD OS PUBLIC 'WORKS.
, :,H.E.'0,HAGAN,of Erie.
' - -STATE SENATOR, '
Hon. ABNER HAINES, of Preble.
People's County Ticket.
''. ' ' REPRESENTATIVE.'
DANIEL PAYNE, of Somers Tp.
CLERK OF COURT,
W. D. QUINN,' of Washington. '
7 PROBATE JUDGE,' '
A. E. HUBBARD, of Washington,
- ' ' "auditor, - ; ''
HENBT-SHTDELEE, of Gratis.
,-. - TREASURER, .
r J.; K. BEA.TT, of Washington,
' PROSECUTING ATT0RNET, ; : -
v ; LE. FREEMAN, of Eaton.
- COMMISSIONER " '
:-', LEWIS MARKER, of Twin.
3 ;io:r--; jjfpjHiBY DIRECTOR, ': ' '
NTT.T TrAT rT?Tl 1 4 T.T P V--
' ' ' SURVEYOR, , " .
JAMES Y ACTON of Eaton, j
i The' contractionists are ; troubled
; i; with the gripes in this campaign,
and the people's party is inflating.'
IsHTilson or the- Brower's that
" the Rads. desire to have for Clerk?
, , If the Brower's. which one, old Joe.
i -or young Joe?1 ",t -...: - ...
Once through the Alphabet- The
j same of the last candidate 'for .Re
i t-L pubUcan.; Senatorial," defeat in! 'this
' District commences with a Z.'ar.
-1 .-J- s Gov.. Allen holds out remarkably
well for a "feeble" i old man t He
may yet live to be .as old as pov.
.f.The Bondholders .organ .here
-edited by a Grant officeholder.
Rush in a few more Save the par
ty you jtnow-Hfor. Civil service Re:
: form. r.. .. T'JT. i?
" ' ' George Washington always' told
the truth with his little hatchet, but
y- 'Where are those -ladies who left the
Court House when Geri. Cary spoke?
'; 'f.'fjf the people want a- compentent
"Probate .Judge without a Grant rin,
y iin his nose, let them vote for Hub-
bard. - ' r..:- -J
.i". The Radical party in Ohio is now
. using, money, filched fromthe.poor
.women clerks in the departments at
- Washington. ' Thus the - soldiers'
widows are taxed to sustain; the
bondholders " T ' ' ' ; '.
i The article in the Dayton 'Democrat-toes
Hon. G. H. Edison, in
justice. Mr. E. has been a temperate
man all his life, but is possessed
too much good sense and judgment to
-' indorse the lunancy of the Crusaders
;i -v The editor
of the Eatoa Register
and the1 Republicans of-thisCoun-s
ty showed their hypocrisy - and con
.rL sistency. about the- Geghan Bill, by
'f.d the nomination, and endorsementjof
.."l.'EiDeoii, 'wiid'TotedforltJ'., .
I vWhat holders of National Bank
; .bill' jev.er lost a dollar? ; They can't
' you know. These bills are all re-
deemable in greenbacks, alias rag
robaDies, pnnteaxies, cabbage leaves,
i corn stalks, &o.' : ,1. .
Remember that the Democratic
Legislature' reduced the State levy.
."; If taxes 'are high,' inquire the" rea:
" . son at the- County Commissioner's
' ' office- Local taxation is at the b'ot-
torn of it alL -... .
.frt.-i Mr." Oldfather, the Ringmaster's
'''V candidate for County Auditor, w
dismissed as Storekeeper ' from
"j'' Distillery of Perry Turner, at Lewis
v ;'.. burg,, for some. . .reason, ' by
-..present editor f -the Eaton -Reg-
, ister. " Let him explain to the pec-.
r. rple of this county . why ,lie done
They demand it-
.. What do the honest and indepeiv
dent voters of Preble County think
of their leaders? They have abused
: and denounced the. Geghan Bill
whole year, and then nominated
Senator a man who voted for
How is that for honesty and con
' : sistenfey? : ' ,: ' ' V
The Ringmaster's crusade ticket
remains the same as it was
,. week, ' when the last ' ''patch",
: pat oh it. One or fciro threatened
.withdraw, but some of Geo. , Lock-
wood s BtifleniDg-powders' was
' plied, and they stick!
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Lost Several ladies who were
. disgusted with Gen. Cary's speech
; they left the Court House. Couldn
- the young man who sent the
: patch to the Gazette, telegraph
S- Cincinnati to see if they are there?
, No trace of them here.
ALBERT E. HUBBARD.
feel it our duty to present the follow
in facts for the information of the
peoDle: ! Mr-.' Hubbard - was :
cler bftb'e Probate CoartTjf" Darke
giving mm an experience
tint.! AS of the office of over two
terms! He' was assistant in the
Treasurer's office in this county,
with Joseph' Brower, Col. Williams,
Dr. Ebersole, and during a vacancy
run the office himself for a year and
half."'; He; was Deputy Clerk of this
county for one year, ana aciea as
Deputy for '-Sheriff McCleaf for one
year. '.In all of these positions, Mr.
Hubbard has given the most enure
satisfaction to liis employers. His
knowledge of the law as administer
ed in the Probate Court, learned by
advance of that of his opponent, ancn
- . . .
nis tnorougn ana.praui,n;m .uuii-
pdwe of General business, and fami-
ti.:. mntiam.n .hnu gn lioiili
this paragraph, is presented to the
Tnpnondpnt voters of Preble Countv
1- , -I
ii mndidate for the position of
pnlnt. Jndw. It bavins come to
our knowledo-e that pertain persons
the pay of the Ringmasters are!
;.,int;n(r inrwlvover the countv
atatpmpnts that Mr Hubbard, if
wtj wiii iw, inpomoctent to dis-
",infiB nf the office- we
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J),!, onnntv -with
r , 'W - --l' ,!,,.-
Judge Gans, near four years, thus
Of ' the
liarity with book-keepings give cer
tain assurance of entire aDility to tm
the office for which he is offered. This
is Mf." Hubbard's record, and we know
of nothing to. especially recommend
his radical opponent,1 save the fact
that as a State Senator he "was a
miserable failure, and as aii invalid
pensioner Be is a mistake.. '"
..In connection with theaDOve, we
give place to the following letter of
indorsement of our candidate, rrom
to the father of jlr.'A E.
Radical : of
y- - ti .wfitton
w, r . r . -
GREENVILLE, O., Sept. 3, 1875.
B. HUBBARD, Esq.,
Dear 'Sir.'1 As' an old friend,
fQQi ln-o iTitrT!.tiilnt.inr -pon Qn "thel
nominatioa of your son, Albert, for
tueompeo froDaie jiuugc ui a.cu.c
Uiunty ; ana, aunougn ne i,.w""r
inir tn mv wav of thinkins. on the
wrong side politically? yet on ac-1
count of the rarm personal friend-
ship-that has always exisieu ue-
tweeh us,! I, can not but wish him
Zl clerk for ihe two years, whUe
was Probate . Judge of this county,
and thus enables me to know and
say . that' iewill fill the office,
electee wun rouu w
satisfaction to the people, for he
industrious, steady,, honest, correct
and . everv way capable? v I repeat,
therefore, thatI .congratulate you
and wish Albert: success as I have
said. if a man on the other sids w
Whoseh - ,,::-
With due respect,' i. ,
your friend, .
A. R. CALDERWOOD.
There are in Preble Cotrnty to-day
numbers of private soldiers,
served their country faithfully in the
tented fields, j and have come home
bsolutely disabled for life, unable
for 'considerable1 periods to do any
thing toward supporting their fami
lieswho receive from' this radical
There are widows and orphan child-
irom tvur tu jfuVii. F-
i J J- V....A n.;rn4-a onlHioro
renoi ueau, 4,ro
wnnss - Densions ceaso wubu mc
children , are sixteen years of age,
and others, who after long continued
applications, are still without any
pensions, and ' all over this broad
land such deserving men and women
and little children are to be found
thousands,',and. yet in" this county,
we have two, at least, who are not
any manner prevented,' by- wounds
received while in the service, from
the' active prosecution of their
spective occupation .who receive
monthly' the sum of twenty dollars
each. 1 No argument based on
principle of justice can sustain this
outrage-- The man who served
country in the.hourbf. 'her peril
a herotfor whose brow no laurel
oe loo oeautuui, tue suiuier wuu
his limbs on the ensanguined field
battle, deseryes and should always
have the gratitudeand kindest
of his country the. soldier who
reason of his wounds or shattered
health is unable to earn his bread,
should receive a liberal and prompt
relief Ijhrough life; the widow
fatherless, by the heroic deeds
their protector should be in deed
truth the -special wards of
government, but the- hundreds
thousands of , dollars, squandered
monthly upon able bodied officers,
merely for their political influences,
is just that much money taken
the deserving soldier, ana is .an
famous outrage upon a long suffer
ing,' debt burdened and tax-ridden
The farmer, mechanic and labor
ing man is represented on the Inde-
nnnilanf I flrof .la tllA Pinrrmna
ter's represents only city gentfemen
and office seekers, and was nominated
by a Ring to perpetuate its power
.- Some say Katy did and some
Katy didn't A brilliant young
agogue telegraphed several did
the Court House when Gen.
spoice. - can tnose lacues never
j. jl --
A. R. CALDERWOOD. THE OX ROAST!
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I ers. Bankers and Revenne Collectors
Tt in snnnnnd hvirmrnf !ndim.
j J I
ing people to attend the Radical
meetmr on Saturday next at Uiis
place, to be addressed by Ruthford
h. ilATE8,tlie Kattical Salary (jfrab-
bing1 and Crusading candidate r
Governor; that a loastfd Ox will be
served on the occasion, and a Ban-
her presented to the Township that
will send in the largest delegation of
I tax-ridden and oppressed voters!
. ' . .
ies. Salary urabuers, itevenue
nollpptora nnd nffipe-hnldprs. trWe.
your followers roasted Ox before the
kctionr while, you are endeavoring
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their votes for . a reduction of their
I rl V ijuuuuum-
ers, Bankers and Revenue Collectors
ith roasted Ox', the poor, laboring
men will be elad to set uhard tack
and sow bellv". for themselves and!
little ones, and these fellows who nowlum
furnish money to supply roasted Ox
in order to get up an excitement in
the way of novelty, to secure the
votes cf poor men for a Salary Grab-
bing candidate and the Bondholders
party, -would see our laborers rot in
the poor house before thev would
contribute a dime toward supplying
them with food during the winter
which is coming along on the wheels
ers, Bankers and Revenue Collectors,
will langh in their sleeves at the way
they duped the poor laboring men
to vote in favor of Salary Grabbing
and contraction, . while they may
stand shivering with cold and hun
ger, and bemoan - the day when they
were so foolish as to Vote for taxation
and' starvation for themselves' and
families, and luxurious ease for the
rich men who now court their favor,
only to get their. votes!. Poor men,
beware! - You know these "office-
seekers and office-holdets don't care
for you only before an election and
I if vriil vonr xe rrr cmr. taii h nm aa
I ann rnnwawraa frnm t.ha linrAtonriaca
: I J - wvw
grasp xi. me xax-gaxnerer ana Jseve-
nue voiiector, vote againsi luem ana
for your own interests. r .
Ruthford B. Hayes, the radical
I a4-a 47.. - I 1 n..nn.. 'KHW -wkAl.
-u"u'u"l,c -1UI "uv cluul Buu ruY
J robbed yon of $4000 back pay, is
eugageuinimsuuinuug. aoi. jiouu
Williams, editor of the Eaton Regis-
. . . , t.-i
' urawing irom your uaru
earnings $4000 a year under Grant's
miBnug mu wrrup. uuimiBimuuu,
as Revenue Collector is engaged in
lV 001 mS' " Wodied pen-
I l0ner and nPPlMn for the offlce
I i iTopate Judge, is engaged in it
to Wm. H. Lough, brother-in-law of the
if radical candidate for Treasurer,
drawing $2000 a year from the Uni-
is . , J ... .
tea Btaces government, has been lm-
I ported from the boldiefs Home in
Wisconsin, to engage in it. The
-j;,i-f- fn a,,:. tv0.,t,,o,
to j , , . , , ,
L"uu contrioureu lor
anu are ngagea ii-dui you, lax-
ipayers, wiu pay lor this Ox, iianner
I and humbug in the end, if you vote
"" P""" wau-., uarK tnaj
-The Independent Ticket presented
to the people of this county fortheir
support, is an excellent one., It
the Farmers and Laboring Men's
gd gh for the Bondholder.
renresenta the Lahorina c asaes and
Was nniT)llt Hilt, in aarva t.llP int.P7'PflJ,l
of any Clique or Ring, but to
Ticket, who think that if greenbacks
the people and their demands.;
is no Crusade ticket, and while they
are all good, sober and honorable
citizens, they are not in favor of pro
scribing men because thei appetites'
are not the same, or of making war
on their business because it may not
just suit them, and the fact that men,
run outside of party Cliques and
Conventions, have always made hon
est and efficient officers, should
sufficient inducement for the inde
pendent voters of Preble county
give the Ticket a hearty support
There are no able-bodied pensioners
on it none that will be dismissed
frnm t.hpir nfHoiola nnsit.inna liAinnoa
was lf & di8charee their duties
can in accordance wilh their obijgation3
but all will fill the resDective nffirps
for which they are offered, with trust
In order to get the poor robbed
and tax ridden farmers ofthisCoun-
ty'to come in and hear Gov. Hayes
jtol an administration, that has been
and proven, by its own County organ,
of "corrupt beyond precedent,"
and Ringmaster's are obliged to offer
the gorge them with roasted Ox.
of office holders pay for it now, but
the end it comes off of the very
devils that eat it. The editor of
Register holds a $4,000 office under
the rotten and depraved administra
tion of Gen. Grant, and it is to
petuate this that such inducements
are offered for men to come
hear Radical doctrine preached
them. Voters, do you want to
tinue a $50,000 salary-grabbing
President in power, who spends
thrce foUrtlls of Ms time lounging
around the sea-shore? If you
vote for Gov. Hayes. He is. in
of such a Government
Every man in favor of hard
will, of course, vote for Hayes.
leave people like hard times, because
Cary can hire labor cheap, change
De 1 servants at pleasure, ana everything
I ai 4. -L 1 ! -
imcy nunii au iur priteo.
THEN AND NOW.
Ensrland " '
Whv ts it that lands, some five
years ago, were worth from Bixty to
seventy aonars-per , acre, ann me
. .. .
same lands are now wortn only irom
tnu-l-y to i lortyj aoiiars per acre:
These lands are now as productive
as" they were then, and m general
improvement tne .uounty nas not
went back, and yet real estate de-
clines. What has caused this de
cline? The Republicans and Bank-
I V Jit
ers say we nave money enougu, auu
conseauentlv thev claim that con-wronoi
. . -
traction, with a view : to a forced re-
turn to specie basis has . nothing to 1
j. : . i. .L. i t i . . : I
ed in the solution of this question,
L-j ...n iv ;t
i ouu duuuiu buviCAUiv xwn. ii w - i
matter closely. The truth is, capi-
tal rules labor, and has graduated
the nrice of it f6r the last several
vears; and as the circulatinz modi-
is contracted, the more valuable
the Bonds become, under the monop-1
oly of the National Bank charter, and
correspondingly the value fit labor
is depreciated. In proof of this as-
sertion, the following statistics ou
the volume of circulating medium of
the United States. Great Britian.
Germany and France, in proportion
to the population, will satisfy any
This table explains the matter to
the satisfaction of all laboring men.
We want more money to accommodate
the' legitimate ends of trade, and a
further contraction, ' with a view to
forced specie basis, will bankrupt
the nation. -- ': -
The Radicals of Ohio are reduced
to T a "terrible strait. The "cross
bones" of the war being no longer
able to hold their rotten and demor
alized party together, and the cry of
I . -- ! . . i -w
- iiy xuuciv jaum" lu nebLut:
I .1 -r i ; a
mers auu XiADoring iueu w cume uut
and hear their speakers make lieing
promises, they have.resorted to tne
1 miserable humbug of offering roast-
ea Ox. nresentins banners and pay'-
4 . - - . 4, -. ..
ins premiums in gold, to inauce these
poor tax-ridden people to-come out
an(j near howxhe rich can be made
richer an(i tne poor p00rer. In this
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county roasted Ox and a banner is
offered if the people will come and
near the Salary UraUDer ana urusa-
jinr candidate for Governor. Up in
Richland county, gold prize, wiU be
distributed as foUows :
I 50,00 in gold to -the townshp
bringing the largest delegation.
$30,00 in gold to the township
L . 5
20,00 in gold to the township
bringing the third largest delegation
$10,00 in gold to the township
bringing the fourth largest delega-
!t tion Madison Township excepted.
u . Th;8 money is to be distributed
Dy a proper committee of each town
ship receiving these prizes among tne
j wortht needy poor
- ui w wuimy.
THEN AND NOW. IRRESPECTIVE OF PARTY.
I This is a specimen ot the aespe
rate condition of the Money Power
I jn Ohio! What do you think of
is men of Preble county? Of course
Salarv Grabbers. Revenue Collectors
It participate, if they can secure your
anA nfmno thnmKa wh
I of oolmrro ova crnnd
and Whisky Ring thieves, can afford
After considerable rooting around
the Revenue Collectors and able-bo
died Pensioners of this Senatorial
District, have dug tmt a victim
patch up their ticket. He was found
over in Germantown engaged in the
dry goods business, and John
Zering is his name. We were a lit
tle uneasy least there would be
opposition to Judge Haines. They
swore John that he would stick, be
fore announcing his name, and
can therefore rely upon the patch
adhering. Of course there is
the ghost of a chance for the fellow,
and he was only put on fill np and be
come a sacrifice for theMoney Pow
A rewaru ot a ntccel will oe paia
for any informatio11 thafc u lead
the whereabouts of the several ladies
that left the Cary meeting in "dis
gust." Address Pedagogxle, care
Invalid Pensioner and Columbian
Orator, Eaton, O. Country and city
editors will do a great favor to
"distressed" friends of these
females, by giving the above a
After the Radicals of this county
had abused Mr. Eidson for two solid
years after he had voted for
Geghan Bill, the Pierson Bill and
change the Adair Law they nomina
ted him for Senator and were prepar-
mg to give him a.hearty indorsement
andaclean party vote! Voters
Preble County, what do yon think
the honesty and consistency of
ran as the Independent candidate
Two years ago, when Mr. Eidson
do, for Representative, the Republican
favor Ringmaster's abused him fearfully.
By their nomination of him
Senator this year, the leaders proved
times that all they said about him
Rich lies; and they were willing to
they port him and his vote for the Geghan
their bill, without a why or wJiorefore!
Eidson is vindicated, and great
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i jtepuDiicamsm in rrcoie vx)unty :
Lon I you remeraDer, at tne close ot
. . . -
the war in lBbo, when greenbacks
wro fcUI,j , ,a eu pum,
ij :i t j
you wauj ya) your reui mm
ouff'J J"ui ""
comforts and many of the luxuries
when greenbacks are SCARCE? We
need not tell you, your own
experience every day, tells you
. 4. J 44.-4. .(J..,-.-.
uuiupct i-uiiguuu, mai jomciwnj
Wnat is it lb can be told
in ONE WORD-r-
C UJYTJ!I V A M C.TY
rT-l. T ..1 . 1 T 1 1, 1 ,1
terest, want their Bonds payable in
Lv,. - w P,,Wi,.n iofipr
w wuv, 4iv .......
controlled by the m ujsjuX ruw
w EJR, yielded to the demand of the
shvlocks and nnssed a law for the
resumption of specie payments on
the 1st of January 1879! - Immedi
ately CONTRAVTI0X of the cur-
rency began, and rich men com
Imenced hoarding up their paper dol-
lars so that they could get gold for
them when the auspicious-day ar-
rived. . Money became scarcer as
Contraction went on, until the en-
I terprise and industry of the country
1 became paralyzed, and thousands of
laborers were thrown out of em
ployment, because there wasnode
niand for the products of their skill
and labor, for the reason that there
was not money sufficient in circula
tion to do the business of the coun-
try. " - : -::
Now what the Democrats demand
is that the infernal system of
JONTR ACTION shall ., CEASE,
and the act for the Resumption of
specie payments BE REPEALED!
It Ohio elects the Democratic
Ticket in October, the noice of her
freemen will be heard through the
ballot-boxh the 'halls ot Congress,
and the specie resumption sv. t
I tit -- --. -- -t- -r- t-? t -ti tv
rr J. sjAj jijli jix ai-aii-iij,
. 1 j . i -
1 muustry aim eumrpriae wui uc
vived, labor will bo in demand and
well paid, and prosperity will again
bless the LABORING MENofthis
nation. You will see no more
I . . ... ,
"tramps" you will . get plenty oi
work and greenbacks for pay, you
1 and your families can again enjoy
the comforts of life, while the Bank
.... ... -
ers and Bondholders wiU be corn-
pelled to be satisfied with what they
have already obtained, winch is
much more than they are justly en-
vote for more money , Vote against
Contraction! Vote against Hayes
and evei7 man on the Republican
and every man on
Ticket! VOTE FOR YOUR OWN
INTERESTS, POOE MEN I
. . . ... thp ' man
The supe of the ring that sent the
dispatch to the Cincinnati, Gazette,
stating that Gen. Cary'.s speech was
so vulgar that the ladies of the
audience left the room, simply told
a bold and infamous lie, but as
inherits the propensity to lie,
together with a vacuity of brain,
Divine Providence will doubtless
number him with the heathen and
not hold him responsible.
One dollar and roast Ox, is what
flip TCnrlinnla nffpr thft noor tax rid-
, f d laborer t0 come
them how to vote that the rich man
may become richer and the poor
man poorer. Of course they will
come and take the dollar and Ox,
but will vote to suit their circum
The Miami Helmet, a Prohibition
paper, edited by Isaac Morris, late
of the E:iton Register, places Gov.
Hayes at the head of its ticket
Governor. Isaac does this in con
sideration of Haves' subscribing
$500 for the support of the Crusade
last year, and his Prohibition record
generally. He prefers him to their
Never mind Gov. Hayes' salary
grab carpet-bagging in the south
Defalcations, CreditJMobiliers, Reve
nue and Whisky Rings, but
frightened out of yonr boots at
pope and tUe School question,
to vote for the perpetuation of Robbery
and -Radicalism, is the cry of the
in the interest of Grantism.
Let the people beware.
Even Senator John Sherman
honest and honorable enough to
that he does not believe the Demo-
crtio party to be hostile to the Pub
lic Schools. He publicly says
he regards the Democratic platform
upon this subject as sincere. , But
saying this he injures the Republi
Since 1856 and 18CG, there
been a constant contraction of
enrrencj', paralyzing business, crip-
of niina enterprise and dcorivingr
of of employment and remunerative
wages. Will j-ou vote for Hayes
and the Republican candidates,
payers and Laboring-men of Preble
County, in order that the same
fersal system of contraction may
continued, and- you and your fami
lies reduced to beggary, while Bank
ers and Bondholders roll in luxuri
ous ease and affluence?
They would like to see a few
Federal officers in Dixon township,
The Democrats and Liberals,
is their ticket abused bv them.
For the Eaton Democrat.
Sept. 27, 1875.
. . Editor of Democrat In your is
sue of last week you ask if Samuel
Oldfather was incapacitated for store
keeper while employed by Govern
ment at my Distillery, how could he
be entrusted with the complicated
affairs of the county. It affords me
pleasure to say that he was in no way
incapacitated for snch duty, but was
fully competent to discharge all his
duties as Store Keeper, and I only
reply to the card above referred to
in order that the voters may have a
full and proper understanding of
this matter. . He is both honorable
and honest, and is fully capable of
filling the office of Auditor or any
Other office within the gift of the peo
ple of Preble conntv.
In the above communication sign
ed by Mr. Turner, (which he did not
write) the all important question we
asked in regard to Mr. Oldfather, is
entirely ignored and avoided. We
wanted toknow of the editor of the
Eaton Register "why he dismissed
Mr. Oldfather from the Distillery of
Mr. Turner a few years ago as Store
Keeper?" Mr. Turner steps forward
ana says ne was in "no way mcapac
iated lor such duty a thing no one
has called-in question. We assert
what we said before, that if Mr. Old-
father was dismissed from his posi
tion for unfaithfulness, he is. not a
proper person to fill the office of Aud
itor. L,et Mr. Turner or the editor
of the Register answer if he was dis
missed, and why? Ed. Dem. .
General Hayes was a salary grab
ber. ' He was a member' of the 39th
Congress. On the - 28th of July,
xooo, mat congress passes a law
iiuiu ipa,uw wj per year, ana
A ! 1 at i. t . i . i
mane h-uu turei uiKKTOas w iae
first day of that Congress. When
;w ....vvmucmuci mnu
Congress the salary was $3,000, and
wnat he agreed to serve
that was what he
for. He voted for this increase of
salary and for the back pay. The
increase was $z,uuu a year, or
$5,000 for his full term, taken from
the people. He was afterwards
elected for the second term, and
drew pay for nine months, although
he did none of the work he was elec
ted to perform. By the time Con
gress met and the work began, he
had resigned, and Cary being elected
to his place, performed all the ser
vice, ocia ne arew pay for nine
months at the increased wages for
which he had voted. He speaks
here next Saturday, and part of this
steal will help to pay for the Ox
be roasted on the occasion.
In 1872, when Hayes was Gov
ernor of Ohio, he asked the Legis
lature, at the request of a number
citizens of Columbus,' to build and
furnish a Governor's Mansion,
the expense of the tax-payers of the
Slate. When Governor Allen was
asked to recommend the same kind
of thing he said, "No, there is
need for an increase ofjsalary, or for
a mansion for the Governor. If
Governor wants to cut a splurge
flft-pr t.hp Rt.vlp nf ft. fillpppaafnl mpr.
chant, let him do it at his own ex-
pense." " .
Of course our German fellow-
citizens will remember that Haves
furnished aid and comfort to the
Crusaders last year, and also with
hall, gas and fuel, free of charge.
He is not the man they want in office.
Vote for the liberal- minded man
the people, Old Bill Allen.
Reader do you know, a Banker,
money loaner or a Bondholder that
is not fighting against more money?
Let the Farmer, Laboring men and
Mechanics take notice of this fact,
and vote accordingly.
PiR ODUCE EMPORIU
FT. C HILL
TNVITES especial attention to
JL stock of FAMILY GROCERIES
PRODUCE, of which lie keeps a
and complete stock at his old stand
Baron Street Eaton,
He flatters himielf that he can
as low as any other house in town,
willkccpalwayson hand the bestbrands
PROVISIONS, VEOKTABLKS, ALMOND5
s SUGARS, svAups,
AM1LY FL.OUB, ' COItN MEAL,. & RICE.
Salt by tlie Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited
Jan H. itio yi.
Commercial Block, 2d door, Main
EIDSON" & DEGROOT
A xxouxce to
X. friends and the
that they have on
and intend to keep a constant assort
IRON. STEEL NAILS &
which they will sell on reasonable
c .A. s n.
unlimited supply of
They have an
Also exclusive Agents for the celebrated
ROAD & SPRINC
The best or
BLACKSMITHS' YOCGIIIOGHENY COAL
alv ays on hand at the lowest marke
pric . EIDSON & DEGEOOT
Eaton, Feb. 11, 1875-ly
MY STOCK IS HOW COMPLETE FOR
Embracing an immense variety of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
PIEC23 GOODS, HATS, CUPS, and
; li G ent's lnrnishing' Goods
Please remember I agree to sell First Class Goods cheaper than any
body else. - Therefore it will be to your advantage to call and examine
Goods and Prices before purchasing your FalLand Winter supply. Don't
foreet, "The proo'f of the padding is the eating." JOS. WOERNER.
Barron St., Eaton, O. -v '':''i-: ;"-'-"
BAEIIKX. WIKE.Xj, Jr.
mf n nnr nn mil n n
r tLUUDtl, rtLlUii Ci U3
nrnvrn o. nrM. . - .
uc"ivcn BrtnrtiCj O I tin WAT & hr IHaSHtL S FIAK0S I
AS prepared lO iUrniSh them on as rpnenn n trmo n v
Is prepared to furnish them On ft TPflKAnnTiln forma
bought anywhere else, as he is buying them directly from the .manufac-
I ulKlB- ,
, ; VSVICE O.V 8 TREE T,
Eaton, March T8, 1875
DRUGS, MEBXCZHESi CHEMXCAIB,
Chromo & Picture Frames of all St jles xaade to order
attention given to the filling of icril
:'!0M and Frivate. Retipes.
SCHOOL ENB ' 10SCI1LLA1TEQUS ; BOOKS.
Painters Supplied at Wholesale Prices.
MICHAEL & SON,
Eaton, April 22, 1875-ly
Just B eGGiTrcd, and os? Sale,
ALL KINDS OF TIN F LUMBER,
"Rough and Dressed; , -
Timber. Joists 'and .Scantling;
ike, ash i jmmmmm
Cedar, Oak and JLb'cast Fence Posts.
Doors Sash, Xaih .and , Shingles.
kinds or Finishing Lumber cut to Order,
kinds of Building Lumber cut to Order.
Esst Tisghgkyi fesfJ's Crssl id ksssl C3AL
Agents', for the Study "baker, Milborn, and Mitchell
J! arm w agon. ; . ,
H'ghest price paid for Walnut, Ash Lumber, and Timber.
Offloe'and Yard Opposite the . Depot, Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Ohio, May 6, 187t-6m . :, - . -. ' '
I. M. ANDERSON, ?
MANUFACTURER AND DEAT.EBIW j
t Harness, Saddles, Bridles
COLLARS, VKIPS, &C,
And all eoods eenerally found in a first-
class Saddle anu Harness establishment.
Tine Harness a Speciality
March 4, lS75-0m
Lumber! JLumber !
To The Public.
EOBINSON CHAOEES k CO.
KEEP forttnleat LOWEST MARKET PRICKS
1'INE, POPULAR anil A.SH FloarltiK. Dressed
Pine and PopularHi(leln(c;.I)rpssed AghPiueaDd
BTAJBBALLLSTfcKS, .M-tb POtSTB.dtc
Are also prepared to furnish
Factory Doors for $2,00 and $2,50.
Twvns WIXDOW TRAMF.S.flASTT PANEL
.nH nut..ti lnnrfl and to SAW UP. MUL'lji) Oli
TURN LUMBER to order. We intend to make It
to the I meres i 01 muw u"i""s -"--(s iu wu.
Line to deal Wlin ns.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE P ATP FOR DR1
POPLA R A.VDASH H'MIIKR.
Eton, April l.WTJ.-W ...
O. . G-. SCHLENKER,
. GOL0AND SILVER
Silver and Plated Ware !
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES
Main Street, Eaton. Ohio.
Call and see the nneet selection In
tW All kinds of Repairing promptlj
attended to and warranted.
Eaton, April 25, 874-6m
L. C. ABBOTT,
Aitornncj at hw & ftoi&rj Wt,
Ofilce in Odd Fellows' building, south
west corner, np stalls.
tSS" Legal business promr.tly attend
ed to. Aug.S,75