THE VINTON RECORD,
TIIUKSDAY, IEC. 4. 1873.
DISASTER AT SEA.
OVER 200 LIVES LOST.
Loudon, Dec. 1. The steam
ship Villa da Uarve.lrom flew
York for Uavre, has sunk at
sea. Over two hundred lives
The ship Trimountain, from
New York, arrived at Cardifl
early this morning, with the in.
teUigence of a dreadful dlsas.
ler to the steamship Villa du
Havre, which left New York,
Nov. J5th, for Havre, in com
mand of Capt. Surmount.
At 2 o'clock on the morning
of the 23d the Ville du Havre
came in collision with the
British shipLocherne,from Loo
don lor New York, and sunk
shortly after. Two hundred
and twenty-6ii ot the person
on the Ville du Havre were
lost. The Trimountain saved
eighty -bevea passengers, and
brought them to Cardifl.
Liter dispatches from Card
iff bring the following addi
tional particulars ol the loss
of the steamship Ville du
Ilavre.She was struck amidship
by the Locherne, and sank in
twelve minutes after the col
lision. The Locherne immedi
ately lowered three boats,
which rendered all the service
possible by them. Flty-three
of the crew were saved, in
eluding the captain, and these
go to make up the eight-seven
Among the passengers res
cued are tea women. Among
the saved are Captain Sur
rnout and five other officers,
fifty -four of the crew, and
twenty-seven passengers viz'
Alary Hunter, Anno Hunter,
Ilelene Milter, Madeline M'x
ter, Entile Cook, the Rev. N
Weiss, Mr. U. O. Spofloid, Mrs.
Bishop, Charles Crestew, Miss
Breeden, Francisco Dndo, Hyp
pocrite Yaile, R. A. Wiltharo,
jr., F. Marcounet, Fanny Bin
ninger, Alfred Barbanson, Fa
Tier Penguingnot, Mr. Lour.
raux,C. Barritt Waite, Cornelia
Edgar, Mrs. Marie Bulkly, Wm.
R. Swift and wife, Andrew B.
McCreery, Mr. Cramer, Henry
Belknap, and Lcgrand (proba
Among the passengers in
the Ville du Havre were the
following members of the
Evangelical Alliance, return
ing to lheir homes: The Rev.
Antonia Corrasco, of Spain;
Prof. E. Pronier, ot Geneva;
the Rev. N. Weiss, Eraile
Cook, and Mr. Larriaux, of
Paris. Alfred Barbanson, o'
the Belgian Legation at Wash
Jngton, was alio a passenger.
The Tribune's correspond
ent says: "Men women, and
children seized with terror
rushed on deck in their night
clothing, and all was confusion.
The Lnchernp's bow bad cut a
fissure in the deck of the Ville
du Havre twelve feet in depth,
and the iron plating of her
side was crushed in for a dis
tance of thirty feet.
"Most of the passengers
were too terrified to try to 6ave
themselves. Many prayed, and
many laid down with the calm
ness of utter dispair. Some
hearing the water pouring into
the ship, never quitteu their
state rooms. Whole families
thus went down together.
kAmong the survivors was
one lady whose husband and
fpur children had perished in
the sea. Three young ladies
lost their fathers and mothers.
One young man lost his father,
mother, and sister, and anoth
er gentleman lost bis sister,
whom he was taking to Franoe
for ber health."
Mr Spofford, of Chicago,
lest three children and a nurse.
Sbe sank with the vesel, but
floated again and was picked
The Villa du Havre is in
sured jo London for 90,000.
Thb public debt statement
shows an increase or the
month of November of nine
[For the Vinton Recrd.
The Patrons of Husbandry.
throughout the United Stated,
caused by the organizing of an
order termed Patrons of Has
bandry. There seems to be a
great difference of opinion as to
what the ol jects of the associ
ation are. Borne call it a polit
ical movement, someone thin?
and some another. As I am a'
member of the order and one
among the first in this State
and have taken a great deal ol
interest in it, I have endeavor
ed to make myself acquainted
with its movements, I deem it
my duty to stand up for its de
fense whenever it is misrepre
sented. The order of Patrons
ot Husbandry is an organiza
tion of farmers and borticultur
ists, one object of which is to
secure to its members the ad
vantage of co-operation in all
things affecting their interests
To enable the members of the
order to purchase implements
and machinery at as low cost
as possible by saving the enor
mous commission usually paid
to agents and the profits of the
long line of dealers standing
between'the manufacturers and
the farmers. By this system
large orders can be made up
by the consolidation of the
Granges in one vicinity and
special terms for freight, &c ,
arranged with transportation
tines thereby effecting another
large saving to the purchaser.
The farmers do not want any
thing. But it is charged that
they do want everything that
they are combining lor the pur
pose of getting everything in
their own hands and that they
even want to run the political
machine of the country. But
let us reflect a moment and
see whether we have not a
right to be disatisfied wiih the
present arrangement of things.
To day about 200,000,000 bush
els less wheat is In Europe and
other competing sources ol sup
ply thau usual. That is, if there
was no such a country as the
United Slates to supply this
deficiency, Europe would suffer
famine, unless some substitute
could be supplied for wheat
She must draw about 200,000,
000 bushels of wheat more from
the United States this year than
at other times; for Hungary,
Russia and other countries from
which supplies are annually
drawn, lack just that amount of
being able to supply Europe
with their small quota ol
wheat. But wheat is below the
average price this year. Why
is this so? It certainly appear-
to me that the farmers have a
right to inquire why this is so?
It certainly appears tome that
ihe farmers have a right to re
ceive what their grain is worth
They have a right to reach the
consumer directly. Then com
bination means carrying their
rights and nothing more.
We will therefore encourage
all kinds of manufacturing in
our midst, believing that in so
doing we bring a market to us
and save the cost of transpor
tation to both producer and
consumer. Our chief object
shall be to benefit ourselves
and not to impose on any otb
er corporation or any class ot
tradesmen on ceasing to deal
with such as receive our mon
ey without giving a fair return
for it. We have another objed
in view, that of promoting the
moral, intellectual, social and
pecuniary welfare of the farm
er of ti'is country. Any topic ol
general jtl crest may be dis
cuesed in its lutings, but the
association shall tioi use its in
fluence in favor ot an," politic
al party, or individual ot' con
spire to impose on any house,
trade or dealer, but to encour
age manufacturers and inter
nal improvement, and by ac
tive and cordial co operation
with like organizations to car
ry to a successful issue the ob
jects of our order. There are
many good points that I might
bring to view Mr. Editor, had 1
time and space. But I cannot
iorbear having something to
say to the political hacks who
are howling arouud the coun
try lor the Durrjose of keeping
the farmers out of the order
Gentlemen of knowledge!
please stand back; we have no
us9 lor you, you are not want
ed; we do not associate with
such stock; your influence is
getting vory weak with honest
men. If there is any one
wishes any information about
the order it will be gratefully
given through the columns of
the Record, and if any one
wishes to discuss the subject
let them open out.
CfNGREss met on Mondav,
and the President's Message
was sent in on Tuesday. Toe
principal interest in the mes
sage centred in what the Pres
ident would bava to fay in re
lation to the capture of the
Virginins and a prospect ot a
war with Spain. The message
nnnounces that Spain has
agreed to meet the demands of
our povernnient for reparation.
51. c - -- -
gss 1 55 .
LMateuf John Dunkle,dec'd
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE m hereby giren that Renson Pun.
aie.as guardian or Inhn Iiunkle .ileceiised,
has filed hi account herein for final seltle
ment.and that Ihe same I net for hearing on
the loth 'lay ol December, A. D. 1874, at U o'
clock A.M. H. H. MAYO,
December 4, 173 iw
State of Ohio, Ilockivg Co.,ss.
The Pint Nntionnl Dunk of Logon,
Thorns J. Brewer et. al , Defendants.
IJf HOCK IXO COUKTT COURT OF
COJIMOX rLF.AB 1 EXECCTIOlf
PURSUANT In ihe command of an execu
tion t.stied from Ihe Court of Common
Pleas of Hocking Cntinty.nnd to me direct eHaa
"heriff ofVinlon County. I will otter for sales!
the door of the flonrt nnuse. In the town of
cArlhur, Vinton Centr, Ohio, on
Monday, the 5th Day of January.1874
At the honr of 3 o'clock P. M. of laid
day, the following described lends and
tenements, to wit: put ot section No. nine
teen. (19) lownahin No. eleven niinnna No
sixteen, fl") Commencing at the nnrlhwet
corner of section No. nineteen (Iff) and run
ning wiih the aectlon line eat twenlt nine
CH) chains and seventy Ore and a hall
links to an apple Iree one inch in diameter,
oulh eaat link to a beech S inches in
diameter, nnrta Al" west S linka. (hence sonlh
nl chains and l inka to a red oak 14 inchee
in diameter, corner tree, chestnut t inches in
diameter, north 31 west S links, thence wat
'incnaina and 7A'4 links In the section line,
thence north on Ihe section line Al chatnannd
S7W linka tr the north-west corner of said
action, the place of beginning, containing I8S
14 loo acres, no the same more or leaa.
Appraised at six thousand hire hundred and
ten doilai-a (,MO 00) and must bring two
thirds rt tbst sum.
To he sold aa Ihe nroneitr of Thomaa J.
Brewer to satisfy an execution issued from the
Court of Common Pleas, in faor of The
Kirn National Hank or Logan, Ohio.
TKRMS OF 8AI.E : rh in hind on Ihe
diy of sale. UEOROE K AI.F.R,
Hherirt Vinion Countr.
Pecemher 4th, 1873. Sw
S2 500 A YEAR
aunfo iiHk our tp'emlid
CO MBINATION PROSPECTUS.
It represents sample pagea and atvle of bin.
ing or w intensely Interesting and useful
hooks, that aell in erery family. Heat thing
e Yenned by canvasseia. ARE NTS WANTED
to make a permanent hurinraa on these
works in every county. Prospeclna sent post
paid on receipt of price, tl. fto- For circrlara
and liberal terms, address JOHN K POTTER
A CO.. ruhlishera, miladeiphia, Pa.
OF PAELIAMENTAEY PBAOTI0E
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41 Temple Place, Boston, Hasi.
Tt ssat I, arorat demand aflat tiaus On
FLORENCE 8EWIX0 MACHINE CO
kmm determined fe
md will kenuflw -II tkeir U6 JfucAiMst MS, ad
oAer ttglm ia frcpetiyn.
i. IA. OSL r Sewing Maekim that fetdttht work bmek
aninl or furumd. or lo rifU oud left the pnnkaur
Buy prefer It kat been green's I hlVHO Vl AND
HIMl'LIflED, and m far belter Ikau ana mlker at
caiat ia lk market.
IT IS NOW THE CHEAPEST.
Flomea, Ham., Sot. 1, 1873. AgnU Wanted.
RICH FARMING LANDS!
FOR SALE VERT CHfcAPI
THE BEST INVESTMENT!
No Fluctuations! Always Improving
The Wmllk of Ike Connlrt lo made in Iko AJiancO in
NOW IS THE TIM K.
Millions of acres of thehnest lands on the
lonlineut in eaatern Nebraska, now for sale
taaag of Ikem meer beforo in tko market at prices
lust tidy competition.
Fits las Til Tiaat C.it Civsk, with la
tsisst at 8 i Pis Cskt.
The Land ftrant Bonds ol the Company ta
ken at par for lands. They can now be pi.r
uhaed at a large discount.
"Kull particulars given, new Guide with
uew maps mulled Iree by addressing
l. F. IA VIS,
Land Commipaiooer. I'. P. R.
. . .' Omaha, Neb.
ti4 O a ciay gnarauteed o ageuia. Addreaa
SDlOii. M.bULLlVA.N A tO .Ofl Paul t
buitimuie, Md. ,
1HIN'R CONK HIHtN-
'.H rTn BU CHIM
iniiue by ri.'iMr; Al wood, pro
duces 'he largest Hunt Can he need on any
coal oil hunp for sale by all lamp draler
pSYCOM A NCY, OR SOUL CHARAI1NG"
X How either sex may fascii ale and gain
the love and atlevtior.a uf any person they
choose, inxtxnily This (imple menial
luirciiieiii mi una possess, i roe uv man lor so
cents; logetherwilh a Marriage '-uide.Kgypt-ian
Oracle, dreams, hints to Indies A iiiiaer
hook Iiki.iiou sold Address T WILLIAM t
CO Publishers, 1'hiUdv Iphia.
W( M V IV M EH .girls and hoys wot-
yt . I Pj L ed to aell our French and
American Jewelry, Hooks, Uninva, An. in their
own locahtiea No m pilnl needed rntnlngue,
Terms, tc sent ran PO VICKfiKY A CO,
A PAIR of men's kid gloves with a bonier
on Hnlurdiijr last
i . iur was w aen irom a .lea:: in mv nhVe.
t advise lheIvr lo return
M. U. MAYO.
JOHN P. PLVLEY'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
VrmiCR la hereby given that H. Clar Ply
il ley, aiiminislrslnr Kl'the e-iate olJnhn P.
I'lyley. deceaaed. has Died his ac mints wilh
faid e.tate for partial sellleinenl; and that
the h'aring thereof is set for the Imh day of
Ueceinber next, ( 187.1.) at 2 o'clock P. M.
H. B. HA Yd, Probate uidgr.
November 7, lT:i. 4t
UF PERSONAL PROPERTY,
Stale of Ohio, finton County
U i. Sumers, riaintin,
George 8. Clements, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleas An Order of Sale.
PUB9UA NT to the enhihian.l of an Order of
8nle issued from the Court of Comm.,n
Plena of Vinton County, and to me directed
aa bhenHof said county, 1 will oiler foi sale al
Ihe door ol Ihe Court House, in the town ol
McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio. on
Monday, the 1st Day of December,
A. D. 1873,
at the honr of 1 e 'clock , P. M. or said day, th
following chitlel property heretofore attach
ed hy me, to H:
2 hore , 1 set double harness and 1 two.
horse wagon Appraised at Ihree hundred
dollars (:tuil.) To be sold as Ihe property ol
eorge8. Cleme- ts to entisly an order ot aide
in furor of H. J. Snmera.
TERMS UF bAI.K: Cash in hand on Ihe day
of sale. ;:;k;e kai.kh,
blientf Vinion County.
H. C. .loara. Attorney for PlaintiH.
November: O, A. 1. 1(73. Jw
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of John Uunklt, deceased.
rpH R undersigned has been appointed and
A qualified as adminislrntor of the estate
of John Dunkie, late of Vinion county, de.
tinted this 20th day of Nnvemlasr, A.f 1873
!" JOHN P. i. (INKLE.
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that all persons
arelorbidden to hunt or shoot on tint
premises of the undersigned. All not heed
ing this notice will lie prosecuted.
13nov3m A. J. WOK'l'MAN.
StND FOR CA'I ALOGUn,.
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nr. J. Walker's CaliTornia
YinPgar Bitters nro a purely Veg
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Sold by mil Druggist and Dcstlsrs.
Probate Court. Vinton Coun.y. Ohio.
NOTICE ia hrelygiren (hat (smith P. Sain,
fiianlian n' Anni, Jasper H , Thomas
S anil Geor" William 8. Lett, ha Hind his ac
count fur Hnnl arttlcmrnt, and thai thaaamo
la set lor httrinz on the 28 th dajr of Norem
nut, (1874,) at II o'clock, A. M
H. B. MAYO, Probata Judge.
Oit. 18, 1873. 41,
Probate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby gireo that William Van
derTord, aa Guardian of William, Henry,
Craren, Wesleyand Mary M.Bhisely, has (ilea
his account, aererally, with siid wards for
final settlement with the first -named two and
lor partial settlement with th other three;
and that the same are set for hear ng on th
29th day of Korrmber instant, at 11 o'clock,
H. B.MAYO, Probata Judge.
N. DRUCKER & CO.
M tMIF ACTURER3 OK
TRUNKS, BAGS AHD VALISES
mo. 110 THIRD ST.,
. $72.00 EAOH WEEK.
a i ILiainABi aTlirt
WW. H, mi i4ur, no v"J
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street.
VfTOULD respectiully Inrite Ihs attention
II ol buyers lo his slock of
ORered at wholesale price as low as any
in any other market.
Bare on Pate full lines of
Drown & nicnched Musllni,
Calicoes, Checks, St si pes,
Cingbams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
WOOLEN GOODS OP ALL KINDS.
Whlto and Gray Blankets.
HOSIERY and NOTIONS,
His fiolliti'S for business are unequalled,
enabling him (o otter inducement lo the
trade eual lo any other hutise. ltsep
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Clark & IIigH Plaintiff4,
Jnmes Kenard and wife, Defendant',
Iff VIMTOX COUNTY COI RT OF
I)UKSUAMT In ihe i nuimand of sn Order or
riiile issued from the Court rf t'oiiiinon
l'leaa uf Vinton County and In me ilireolen
as 8h.'ril1 A raid county, I will oiler forsale
al Iheilnorol Ihe Court llnu-e, in th town of
Mi'Anhur, Vinluu t'oumy, nliio, on
Friday, the iiA Daj of December, 1873
at the hour nri o'clock P. M. of said day the
loHiiwiiin Innds iin l leiipine.m. sitiini in Ihs
county of Vinion mid al.itn 01 Ohio, to wit:
In-loi Wo. si) ) in Ihssd iiddition lo Ihs
lowu of flyiimum ss survefedand i lulled by
l.eri I sn., cnuimeming st a stake at th
south-east comer ol enel lot sol running
norm firs degree west iU lina-, in a stake,
thniiae south H7 ilerv.' wrt fiv :.) Sale.,
Ihence suutli ii lin's, Ihsare Sciivnaln
the place of hemitonia, ling in Vision eooaty
and Hist ol Ohio, and coDttaniog S M-lou
Appraised at thrr hundred dollars, (JSi4 )
and in imt bring two. thirds of that sum.
To he sold aa tho properly or isrnss Kenard
and wife to satisly sn order of s.ile, issued from
the Court ol Common Tlesa in laior of Clark
Bherirlol Vinton county.
H.C.Joxs., Attorney fur plsialil.
Nor. S, lT.
Valuable Tavern Stand
for mile my Uvarn Uo1 known th
Baughman House, Za!eskl.
This hour ia doing a good business, if
NEXT DOOE TO THE DEPOT
And is Ihe
Principal Hotel In Zaleskl.
It is aline. t new has lately been imiroved
and refilled Ihrotmhou!, hsa sll modern Inv
prosemems, and good slnl.ling sufficient lo
to accommodate the run of eiistnm of Ihe
house. 'I he house, stal le, fnrniiure, snd f.
erything in cnmpleto -ha.e f..r a man to lake
right hold, wul bii sold, al a bsrgiin, and un
liberal I symcnls. In rny nmn u.idei-
lnd the Imt. I busine... i:Ui- is an nppeHit
nity seldom otlfred, as the house Is msking
big lunnryon il.ea'nnunt tnve.ted. If any
mn wi.hes to buy 1,-t him eall on me, snd
will sou J confines him thai I here ia rnoncf
in it. WM. BAl'HIIMA,
Wa.'l'i Xileski, Ohio.
of ohin a-ill lake notice, Ihst Nelson hn-h-mond.Tne
Vinion County National Hank,
Krancis Shades and others, who bring said so.
lion fur themselves and all oiuei creditors of
the Cincinnati furnace Company who mny
hereafter he rrade parties thereto. filed on Ihe
IStn day ofOctotMir, Is73,their petition sgauiKt
u,u, ,.,iraniiana omers named therein
as slsckhnldersol the Richland Knrnnce Com
pany, Ihe Cincinnati Furnace 'Jompani.
rtmurt Kilrert, Samuel W. Kilrerl, Jr.,
in his indiTldual capacity and also aa aa
signeenr ihe Cincinnati Ktirnaoe Company,
.n the Court of Common fi. ni v.n..
County, Ohio. Th object and prayer of
which said p.tilion is to set aside and dec an
as null and roid Ihe endoremeni by James
MoLandburg aa agent of said Cincinnati Cure
nace. Company of a certain claim of fl.l.OM u
nm.i uj omari a nnveri against Long A
8riith,and in U ihe amount of diridend paid
on said claim bv asidasaienee ha r,in.i..i i..
aid Smart A Kilreit. That the sale of lh
rei cutis 01 ins vi nninnnti ruriiac Compa
ny, and Ihe chattel property-of Long A Hmitn
by said assignee to the WMiland Furnace
Companf he deohrcd fraudulent and nid,
and Ihst said property (real and personal) he
uruiareii vu ui irua, iuna in ine nsnns or said
assignee ior ihs use and beni-Ht or the eredl.
uirs and atoekhnldera of the Cincmnstl Fur
nsce Company; and that said Ricjilmd Fur
nace Company and lis slock holders he re
quired In account for any and nil prnhts w.
aliid by them in operating and managing
said Knrnnce, and that the same be lecreed
to be refunded in said assignee, and that all
interest that said asaignee, or his partner,
Imvid Smart may hare in said property, real
and personal, either as stops holders or oth
erwise beheld to inure lo the benefit nf the
creditors and stockholders of th Cincinnati
Furnace Company. That Dm rlaima ol the
creditors or Ihe Cincinnati Furnace Company
be audited and the amounts thereof asrer
lamed, a id such other relief as may be euquit
Said John On rand is required to lanswer
saiu pennon on or oernre ihe
alter uocemoer nth, IS7S.
By W A. HoTcmae, M. L. Ciaaa and O. H.
Gsosnos, their Atlorn.
tcober4th, 1ST. et
N. HlCrtUnvn n-r.r
George W. Green whose piaoe of residenc
is unknown ia hereby notified that Louis
M. Oreea did on the 22.1 diy ol October A
D. 1873. file her iu.ui,nn fh. .'-,.,.
Oerkof the Court ol Common Plea within
and for th enimtv nt Vlnm. a,...
Ohio, charging the ld Ueo.ge W. Oreen
rii,.crui;iii .uwsrn ner, ana asg.ng
IliaL ahA mnn V ,l,nMAJ r . i .
- ' -".. ,i. .ii, i,i0 asm
Pcorge W. Green. Which Petition will sind
fur hearing at ihe next term of said Conn.
" vnj oi .eztnner. A. II. IU73,
- Lol'lSA H MREEN,
Bt E. N. Bissaac, herAtt'y.
SCALES FOR SALE
QTt)CK and Ore Scste as good a new;or
Osal at ry low price Call on
""''I B 0.1iNF.H sttomey.
ExagRuncs will teach snr man tha
it is advantageous to patronise those
wtt airtrtise ia lrweyew.
Want a situation.
Wants servant Ctrl,
Want to sell a piano,
Wsnt to sella carriage,
Want M linr orU a furm,
WMiit a b'osrilii.jr pise.
Wunt to sell town property,
Wwit to ei'll jrrocerirsnr drujra,
V nut to sell liouselioltl furniturt,
Want to soil dry jrooils or carpet,
Want to rind customers for anjthlnf.
Advi'rtlKln?; will jr""' "' I'listoiueri,
ilvi'rll-l"K will kw'P ''d custoiuf ri,
AtlvTllsl"r liberally la.vs pays,
Ailvi-rtlsiiio; niiifcea siifiess easy,
Atlvi'itMii' lM"ret confidnicr,
Ailvertixlujf show energy,
Ailvt-rllse or "bust,"
A'Iveriio w o 1 1 ,
Fevtry merchant, manufactvrtf
or businens man who hat Ircvtnt
prominently rich, hat made hit
fortune hy judicium advertising.
So exception to this rule can It
cited.' MeWtrt, (he Prince tf
Mervh(ihli, when a poor man, wat
driven to advertising, at a last
resort, to get his stork turned into
mot,ry to at to meet a note. Ar-
igning from this that if it if at
goml for him in adversity, ht
i ,.7.j . ..';; k-ii.
LtiiiL, rnunc ft etitl ccucr ,ri tv,-
perity, he became a pertistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained hit et
Sums merchants siy it ii not worth
while, iii sdtertisc; fur mi person read,
ailveriitrinrnts; yet every merchant ia
this county will riad this advance
ment, and if he is wise he will prr
br its suggestion, if hs hat anything, to
offer w.rth advertising How nook
mire then will thoie read thsm who
are not so largely supplied with red.
ing matter, are at leisure in the evtn
ing, and must depend un their paper for
their local news, the Bust iarporlanl
item i f which is where they can find
just what they want when they eome to
town tu nmke their purohaies. Ifyoni
stock ia so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthies, or if it it rua
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w.nt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it ia
new, fresh and sparkling, np to the
times, and such as tho people want,
don't liido them, but publish to the
world thitt you have them, and wanl
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in a greattr
ratio thn moat men imagine. Jn the
end it will mnke a man's name a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Ir yiu lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people nut to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement But you will plod
along in business year afteryrar, with
out calculating how muah you i.re lot,
ing by not advertising it RrporUr.
If those persons who profess to bs
lievo that newspaper advertisements
are not read by the public wish to be
convinced of their em.r, joal let them
givo publicity to some matter thty
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most ohsoure corner of a
country paper, and tee what notoriety
they would soon attsin, Advtr titer's
Advkhtisino is apt to give us that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells na
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon hsr husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will notyetoivilise the worldl
ier. Wht do people read advertisement's?
To see who is enterprising snd to learn
whnt is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's style
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch tho
chnnce of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read nil the stories, marriages
births, desths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it. Oh io Slate Journal
Thb power or print Is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advwjtaea
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even thna nf
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spnken words require the
grsces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
U nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent langusge, the quiet
assertion and tha mn.r.r .
about nnntad matter which gives it a
marvelous force and infli a nee. Busio
neae men should never permit them-
eigne oi what maybe
accomDliahed bv a nr...;n. .
the printing presses. Learn to advert
l"a. and then th "hn j
- - " . - -ou -uta
r! ol , end yoo wm kave
ussinwjgu wort TCVlBfi
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