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Goo.l Tilings Cost.
Yos, intliu'il, tlicy do. Gonornlly that
which wo ailniiro and which sutsm? to
us, riorliups, to bo done so isily has
cost all that it is worth. And the reason
why it docs not seem so to us is because
we do not see when and where-and
how the work is put in.
We are riding along and looking out
upon a beautiful landscape. We admiro
the skillful arrangement of tives, and
shrubbery, and llowers, or the smooth
and gently doping ground. This is,
indeed, loeh we mi v. How fortunate
the owiu'i was to linil such a j)hu e. 13ufc
Fonio one replies, cotdd you have seen
all th'.b years and years ago, when it
was in a u itural state, you 'might never
have of this. It has taken
inui'li thought and hard work and great
epene t bring tliee grounds to their
present condition. Tell a man how a
thiiii,' ha been done and ho says:
That's eay to do." Very poib'le,
now tliat ou have been shown how to
do it, tui'cou'd you have done it in the
lirst place? That is the real tot. You
listen t a man wlune mind is r'eh y
htored w th tacts and thoughts and fruitful
in coinbinat ons of thoe varied
stores, and as he evproses the thought
whicli lieedi'd epro sion, perhaps you
say: how eay that was done. 1 could
liave en d it. Could you? Why diilyou
not thi'ii, before lie did? Why not go
one stop farther and give expression to
the not thought which, so soon as expressed,
the orator ami all the peonlo
shall say that was the right word rightly
spoken. 1 hat is the very word we
were waiting to hear. When the lightning
Hashes you can ee very clearly.
And, if vou act quicklv, you "may take
nil your bearings by its "instantaneous
lig'it. And sttdi a ilash of thought may
prove to you an npplo of gold.
But we want more than fitful gleams.
Stcidy lights are best. And he is the
true speaker whose lijjlit shines on clear
and true while it is at the same timo
able to throw a great flood of radiance
on the dark spot when the right moment
Never say such things do not cost. I
tell you, if such a light blazes beforo
you and does not cost him who gives it,
then it is an iqnii fatuis and will luro
him and you, too, on to destruction.
Great 'men are hard-working men.
Genius means a groat capacity for work.
"Genius will work." The men eminent
in all the noblo walks of lifo have
been, are now, great worker. They
arc trained to endure, and when occasion
requires, can, and do, labor tremendously.
You spi a train lly down the track.
It goes eaiilv, does "it not? Swift and
strong, without friction and without
sign of labor, it shoots along. You
simply see the rcsuln. J Jut what leads
to and iiMiios these results?
So you look upon the outide appearances
of great lives and see no signs of
heat, and nois. and worry, ami weariness,
and you slate your propos timi
that they "lead easy," charmed lives.
Try it and see. Try to grapple with
the labors of some great legislator,
merchant, writer, or dhiue, lor even
oni' dav. lie who puts oil' the h.irnes
make the wisest statements. A truly
groat man be irs n great load easily.
To do this gives the right to bear the
Are ou dazled by the lives of (Jen-cm!,
Seiunors, millionaires, or irreat
men of letters? Cnnidor the eros
well ere look ng at the crown. It is a
grand thing to win the crown. Try tor
it. Try with all the manhood there is
in you. You are worth little if you do
not make the trial. Hut remember that
you only roach the high seats ami wear
the crown a tor long, arduous, unremitting
labors. 1 et no word of mine-discourage
you, Hut try no short cuts.
I ount the cost and then'do a a unit battle.
Determine to win all theso go jd
things, but win them legitimate!'.
Great and good work merits and will in
due timo receive a great reward.
A Natural IJalh.
Two years ago, at a min operated by
William Utter, at Cnmpo near
Milton, water came in ami work
stooped. To keep the large iron-bound
and bucket ued to hoist
rock from drying up and falling to
piece it was let down into the ua or.
Next oaou when it was draw n mi. to.
a miracle! It was and
copper-bailed. From this has prung
quite an industry, and the mine has
been sustaining 'itself lrom ore water
ever sinco. The water contains an acid
which has tho propeity of taking into
i solution the narticlesot iron thrust into it
and it has also copper in saluth n which
is let go, pnrtielu by particle, as the iron
is picked up. It is a simple chemical
o.xchango, ami this mine may make another
piolit still if it will et another
chemical Into the water which will make
tho acid lav down the iron which as a
black flood, the water carries down into
tho Stanislaus River. Tho copper industry
consists in taking bundles of
scrap iron and old tin 'to the mine,
whero it is thrust into vats 'of water
caught up, in which tho metals are soon
changed to copper, tho residue of the
iron ttiKing the form of a black stream
and fiow.ng away. To make sure oi
making the water swap all its coppor
for iron, which it is glad to do without
boot, one vnt is placed bolow another
down the bank to the river, and when
1 tho water ocapes it has eaten its (ill of
ii nwatdjoft pay for its meal in genuine
con)Jis5iU.svoi'A'ou (Cat ) Mm:
Tito Mnnufticfiircr IlofiiKC to CJrnnt
mi Ineronxc of 1 per I,OUO, mid the
I CJcnriiiiilicrN Arc Still Out.
I Cincinnati, April 12. Tho striking
I cigarniukcra are again in session to-day,
with prospects no brighter than on
1 day. Over GOO attended tho meeting this
morning. Iteporta wcro received from
a majority of tho factories. Tho
manufacturers wcro willing to giant
tho increase of ?1 pur thousand, but wanted
tho amount divided among the various?
workmen. The proposition submitted h
them was to increase the wages of the
rollers 60 cents per thousand ; bunch
breakers, 'Jo cents; packers, 15 cents, and
to divide tho bahiRce of 10 cents am mg
the searchers and other branches Tm
the strikers refused to accept. They demand
the ;1 increase to be diMiteil betueci''
the rollers nud bunch breakers onl
Anotl er demand which they consider
and decided to mike at this morning
meeting wis that the utiiuiiuiotiii'i.rrf li.mi
pay lor the gas consumed by the uoikuic.
during tho winter month.
llcictotbic the lailcr have submitted to a
l eduction of their wages of ill) cunts per
month for the payment of tho gas they consumed
while at work. They will alio de
maud that permission bo gi tinted tin
otlicors of the two Lilian. to iit the various
factories lor tho purpoo of collecting
dues fioin the workmen.
The meeting was an enthusiastic one,
and a number of earnest speeches in be.
half of the cause were made.
i:ur(liiiiu!io lit Cairo, III.
Caiv.o, April 12. A perceptible shock o
mrthtiuukc was telt heic at -:!!0 this inoin
" - i
It is estimated that the wheat crop of
the pveent year in the United States will
fall bel.iw that of 18K by at least
bushels. Much of the wheat throughout
the Northwest and tho West is i opart eo
to be winter killed by the exceptional!;!
At I5oton, in the suit of Lizzie Galium
vs. Father Fleming, which was brought tn
recoer Jo.OOO damages, because the lattei.
a Catholic priest, had taken away some pa
per images to which the child had beiotu.
attnehed, causing an alleged serious injur
to her health and mental condition, the
jury brought in a verdict of one cent il.nn
PiTirrnij, P., A.nl i. ltnr 10 fiot 0
iiil'Iii4 .mil iimii.
WtiKmsQ, W. Va., April 1'-. Itiwr 16 fiet
Ciminsati, pril l'J. Hirer 38 feet 5 indie
l.ni ii.wi.ii:, April i - Kiwi- "Jl low in cniiuI, uini
IS l.'i't i) lilt li.- Ill ellllUi.
Knwiu, April 1-. ttiwr as fuit nml
Cwho, In., April 1.'. liivor 43 iVet 0 uieliiM
i.iKLiiirrs isv 'i'2':i.i:.:i.i.izz.
" Voi'N, April 12 - Wheat No. 1 w liito,
SI il, .Nil l iiU, pf I, M t.yl I1,. i'iu
,-it-i ti jSr.iC'i; iu (j.ij
t",o. urn W en in, "(urt'C. I'i.i.vim. .
Ni'w pUiii tin -, Sit ; iuU TV I'mu
spot lion 3U iS. Sunn n-n
II .V i'lllll Ml tnft I. .
Cllit'llUfO. pill i IIinImt: A71 c.
Hull)) i . gl 111. Hiulior.
('Uu'iicstili. pnl l'J. -Fun t: wii
pulcm, Si ""(flilAO; ainlr, il Ul
(til "'. Ikiuif, Kin.'i TV. r.W lii'lll, J.t ..OCn4.
tt'iiMii It- inl ii .Nil J, SI in itti., i Ihxoo
haril.il U.il 1 i. ( itr.i No 1. lnirfil -Mr. .'"iftv
VJi; o i ill I,) No.
J, Jinl put uii n'k, Hli. Ul No. -J hiimmI,
fll'i, uiiil ,s. i Minn-, li' Iturli') - Mi-n
n I ill mill piuii, UHjtt'i, l'roiinin
Mo-s poik, 51 " I.miiI I'liine. Hi',
Itm .' ! , L'lewr nl nli's,
lliall.OV Slivm 1'UiimI l'JlfvlJt",
nIioiiIiIpii, tty'.i'f ; Iukoii, lJ(.i I'.a'.
INi'kli'il hull-. H"-,,!!',. lu'lllc",
ui. ( ofe Ui'j. mloiior, SHi. , ordi
tiii'v. 4"l, lli.ill'p; .linn, IS(n'.
Stunr il , S .J , ,i;m.lir. A, '
gi'.ini luti'il, u'4 . in. lour, 'J'.ji'i yrllojir
elm ini'il, T'tijs'i No. OileHii,
Ktioil t 4i 'l-; "& '7'.
I'lll'llS AMI Vli.1.1 KM in Applr ID
ulmict', $.(iyl - 'pt't iii ' ' Uiir 51 Sii.il..' p' r
brl. I'lnloii iii'l it pi'r liil. Tiiriup mi
ptrbil. ( 'm rut4, Si pi'i iirl pr
do., dipcii 1'im,5I 0(ij.' it iiux, Itliulmrli -0
fuMc piT tloii lninelie Minn; Ih'iiiin, 81 bit.
lliuliiin', 'J'icijVl per bit.
Swet l'litatot's Kuii in .c.ii( e tt 84 per bi I.
Mim i.i i am .us, Leaf Tolmfuo I'ommou nml
good ini'i'iiiin in good diiiuiid, Hit follow ui
hio oiitf ot'tlif prn.es nt tlm Una .ili' ot the d.i:
SI fO, 10 Hi, 4 60, 7 " 10, II 'JA, 'JO -.'ft, U J.V
ft to, 10, l'J, J 70, .1 15, I.I to, 17 il, 7 70. Ifi, 16,
13 'J", f, 0 10, 11 i .1 '.10,7, 10, 0 ill, 4 76. o 'JO,
7 K, .1 l", HI. 4 HO, ,1 VI, 4, 8 10, IJ 'J), 17 35, 4 W),
0 'JO, 4 0,'i, 0 T U On, 7.
IiiiItiiuiM, April 12. Horn and
Miot'l mid Wi't"rn SiipPiline, f:i
3 75; PXtril, S4 i!.Va4 7'. IlllllllV, S5n.i 7.'i. WIip.U
No. 'J Milder red, pot. ?l Ih.jcj I l' Coin
Mixi'd, njiot, ii'i'o bul nultp, 5Ji
Siei mixed, 4!i&5le. K,' -Hub I nt (i770c.
.iisi'ki.i.alous Mfs pork, $-0. Bulk iiiPut)
bhoiildois und I'leiii rib "iili's pm'kpd, S'y
He. II iron hliullldem, itlt', rib utiles,
Uc. l.uld l.elillbd, U'u.
I.lvo Sliick .llttrUrt.
VmhI I,lbirly, I'i'iiii.. April 12.
HI ubout JPWt'ldiij'f prices, lioit
tteeoipii, Wio lioml; inaiket uutivc; l'luludclplius,
i 5a(ij9 i'j, jorueri", ti wmi oj.
. Xw York, April to
1 strletly prune Meers, $il 2'i7 75 per cwt, live
I Hiiifjhf Ki'lieral dhIds, Jtl 70 oj7 2' per cwt. Sheep
, I'xtreiiu'i, $0 U5iv$S poi owl lor uiiliorn nhoep,
i outside liniiifh lor eight oar loads, niuinly lor ox-
poitnlion, yt'iuhoK hinibs. S7 MQ.S 75 ppr cwti
threo car loids elipped heep sold 'at V'QG 75.
i Uo!4 Liio hoffri from .US7 75(3 J5 per cwt.
CliiciiKO, April market wai
I wim lair to good lihl, 57 10 " 65, intxod
. pnekum. 87(ii7 ! ehoi.'o heavy, 57 tio7 70.
C'nttlo ttportft, 50 65in 'M; ;ood lo elioleo ship-
piny, SO liwu do; common to lutr, 55 Aoqo;
elosed Pitsier, though cli'tuanee wnc liindo.
1 to fair, $J S7(f$4 'JO, good to
elioleo 5 25djO 75.
I Cliipliniiill, April 11. CattleCommon to
lair Hiitpppis, togo oo; goon iooiioico iiiupncr ,
" 25(i$0 jij lair io mpiliuni, Stt&ft, goml to
clioico cows, 85 tt5Q'75j good to uhoiev hell-erg,
S3 Mi3H: common to choice, 855 75.
Hogs Kclect butcher' nnd.heavy shippers. 57 05
8; fair to good packing, $7 16(ji7 U5; lair to
Kood liKht, 57 5!0(ft7 6.V, common, 50 i!Vt$7 10;
culls, JiijjO 20; dtouk hogs, 85 767.
to fair slioop, $4 '55 25; good to choice,
55 fcocqio 25; fulrto wood clips lit S 1(3 5. nml culls,
53 25y4. Lambs Fair to kooiI yeiullnga, $5 toQj
C 50, nud some extra at SO 60.
Stdo& Monroo Stv..,Chic.inn.
Will kfu I Mm1 ! tit ..l.lrrt i 1 ' S X?L.f
'- .' JZ " " V7i
UAHU UM ' AUUUI.Cf f
S of lnttnuttvnt lilt. ij.i. It i t Jn
I'nmpoiif Fi'S'iitl, l lit litt) V wv1iiiji
tmitli. Printi Mit'rN inv i M
Mu Smilrv J" I l 'H', Mrtnj N
iiii Mil em it oDnu lion a if
itrcUft for A'in1rtir I mil, atJ a L'tKioijU m
cf CLoli.a L a Xut
. MOODY'S "For Tenclilnjr all
nrniictiCH of l)res
Cutting, and ever v cannon t
Eoarding School worn by lndv or child; olso,
DRAHNO, and all tbo FINISHING TAUTS of
Pocitioii Guaranteed if Desired.
D. W. UOODY k CO.
Uvlntr out of tho city
4JU.iiiur,u jiii'.ii St.
while learning, ' CINCIKN ATI, OHIO.
nun fi mi
No other complaints nro so Insidious In tltcir at
tack nstbojo airectlngthotbro.it and lungs : nono
fo trilled with by tbo majority of suirerers. Tho
nrdlnary couh or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trlilhi or unconscious exposure, Is often but tho
beginning of n fatal Aykii's Cnr.iii'Y
Pl.i ion it. has well pioven Its ellieacy in a lorty
jear.s' with tluont and lung diseases, and
should bo taken in all eates without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cureil.
" In 18fi7 I took a sevciocolil, which nlTeeted my
luiiKS. I had a tenible eouph, and night
alter night without sleep. Tho doe.tilrs gao mo
up. I tiled AM.U'MCilimuv I'm loit.M,, Mhloll
lellei ed my lungs, Induced sleep, and atlorded mo
thereat neeessorj for the recoveiy of my strength,
lly tho continued uso ol the Pl.i ionL a
was elleeted. 1 am now ci! yeius old,
bale and luuity, and am satUllcd our Climtliv
l'i:ioii.t,saed me. Hon i:i: Iviituitoiiii:i:.'
Jtool.lnghani, t., duly 15, lsW.
Croup. A Mother' Tribute.
"While In tho country last winter mv llttlo
boy, tlireo je.'iis old, was taken ill with croup; It
seemed as If ho would die from strangulation.
One of tbo famlh suggested tho use of Ayi:h's
Ciirititv PicioitAL, n bottlo of which was al-as
kept in tho houe. This was tried in small
and frequent doses, nud to our delight In less than
half mi hour the little patient una breathing easily.
'1 he doctor "aid that thol'limiltv Pl'noli.M,
had Mixed m darling's life. Can you wondCr at
our gratitude'. bliiceioh jour.s,
"iin. I'm ma fir.nxrv."
13'i A est l.'slh St., New Yoik, Jlny 10, ln!.
" I have used Avcn's Cur.ititv Pkitoiiai.Ih my
faniilj for seeral jears, and do not hesitate to
pronounce It tho most ellpeiual remedy for coughs
and colds ehae ever tried. A. l. CllAM.."
hake Crxstal, Minn., March 13, Ifi'.
" I suirerod li eight years from llroiieldtis, nml
nflertrsliig mau remedies with no succlss, 1 was
cuied by the use of Avim's Cm uiiv Pi:f io!t,l..
15) bulla, MNs., April fi,lssL
"I e.innot say enough In praUo of Avrn's
CiiinniY Pi:cTiitAibelleliig no 1 do that but
for Its use should long since have died from
lung tumbles. I'. Uiiaouon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No ease of an direction of tho throat or lungs
exists which cannot bo greatly relieved by the mo
of A Kii'H CiiKitur Pi:cTonAi.,nnilltwllla7K'iis
cure when the disease Is not already beyond tbo
control of mcdieiiic.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Drncgkds.
ll,&bb iioxos if If" i'i a h. In
i Dr ittiu t; t
A:t SBircctiy on I die TlAvcr
C'imis si Inm
Siik lll'ilm iif lli:i'iC ll
HiirnvriM. Pi n.s, l'i
oi iiu. Hi vi -, Z iziMK Tom ui lira,
en. n i liiv'.i ., ei , vd am.
D'-V VSI sill 1 lit' Mv i a a.i STOHACII. It
llll ll.l 111:1 ' ll.t 1 Ul.l V U t ll ' ,L Ml III 111 I llll f.f.
I bi'ii t i,i ttlimilaiis the h'euiaeli.
lilt H p ire I ii.ui ii.uii .vbii'in.
t Ms: lit- K
R.E.SCLLEIIS&CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. C. Pecor & Co.
I'AIXT.S.Ol IS. VA mill KKAIVY
A N I)
Desirable COUNTRY Place
I WILL hcdl privately, on rcnonnlilo terms,
my ldtico known nsKduewood.nn tbo Lexington
turnpike, one nud n lomtli miles lrom
Miiybvllk'. Tho tract contains 17iicich, inoro
or less, nnd has on It a
ol Fovon rooms nml a kltclion.it good tnblo,
and all other necessary outbulltllngH, togotlun
with u good tenant liouso of threo looms. Tho
pliico Is has on It n good bearing
fruit orchtml of nil vnrlotleH.lnwellndnpted to
gnrdoning und being convenient to tho city is
very desirable. Tltlo perfect. For terms apply
JnnlOd&wam WILLIAM HUFF.
,7Xxlii BEIST PJubLCE!
llllifil I'llAIII I n A II I I I n llilllfHIll I i M
. UKY ,KU KY IB V NUU Kh h
uiuiluj uuniLuj ifinniLLuj i uuiniiL) liuij
Lntesl nml most Impiovpil Htyles ot Cooking nml Tlontlnc Hlovci. ninde nt Wlipellnu. W.
Vn ot lint blast clinrco.il Iron, win r in toil not to ltiivou ounce ot scinpln thoni. 'iho.se
Mints nt couiM', uciir tho lotmcsl.
HOlISi: I'UKXr.SH SV. JOOIv; nfull ktmls mil tho Post (itinlttv.
4lM'lOH Oil, COOKIM1 S'l only iibMiluti.' y unit-oil stove In tbo world.
i.riTM' .lOltr.lt V,vsilJ M,V i.pif. Chi np nml KlIcctlo. Ik'Mt iiinilc.
ii'i:i;. or tim: wi:st iva'ii:k ii:awi.k, which lmiiot the labor of
lim witter Mom n well or cistern.
ltltt;,urAST('K!X sroVK, which Nmlmlltril by nil who linvc used it
to liuvonositpt'ilor. Call und M'e It. Cull and scp us whether jou wlh to buy or not.
"--n- ' rytftrga!,"wt - e
(SuccevKois to A.M. I GNI' V & ('(., G. W. Tuilor' old stnnd. No. ftl Mm kel strrrt, "Mp s ll!e.
Keiitiuky. iiiiik unto to tl o i ul'lctl nt Pnii g mcl nun Hie ImIimm 1 1 A. J. Igi en ,t Co.,
will coi duel tin. Siovennrl 'I In I li.e i n s'jamkM ( . 'I i i'i i in Miukrt stin t
MujsMllo, Ky. 'J lit mil 111 in is of imclliui n.ui ol Ii l g tAiniiti.ct nnd Ilit'
c ass woiknien. Ihe best Lnuiids of .
will be f (instantly kept on hnnil nt the PItK KH. Hoc fiig nnd oibrr like woik
done In the best niamiei m d guatantecd toglvosutlsiactlon. AttintKennd l olIlfMiIesnuu
at cult stine Mill give intention to tho wnnts of our cusu mots.
r, ll in nts owing hy Hie lute tliin of A..I. Kgncw & Co., will be iiild by us and all claims
due said turn aie payable lo us by the tenuhof the piuchmo. Yours Ifesjuctlully,
BIERBOWER Sc CO.
TO E31 !U:5 B
, v', " Cm, If; ! L2 fU B "O
fi lends fnvoi them ultli iheir imlionnge.
re airivnl of ring Gcos io bo sold at ile lowest possible
prices. A Complete line of latest styles and best make of
for men, youths and children. Positively the iincst line of
iceo Goods, iinj ortcd and demestics, ever brought to this cily,
which wo are pie ami to make up in the latest styles and fashions.
Perfect tits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Araliscs.
Call and see us.
3i second st. YicTOj & Lee.
i NEW GOODS.
would be pleasid lo have my old (iistomeis nnd
Hespectlully, (inclii'Od&wOiii) G.AV.TU10H.
m lienul of In tl p l)nlnrsi wri Id bv
AMSKLLINU 1MHKLT 'IO AOH
tho lolliiWlugsLlii.diilt) will lully imtlcato.
just received. Superior to any over
cast on tho market at $57.50 to 8135.
including extra tongues, $2.50 to 83.50.
cents to $37.50.
from $10.00 to 820.CO.
Harrows. Stool and Cast Plows. Sulky
McColm's Soil Crusher. Springflold
Driving Wagons. Village Phrotons
correspondingly LOW PRICES.
us ns our Mock Is largo and inu.t bo Mild.
Sutton, and IS Second Streets.
o"A of tho celebinted
Just received. Cull nnd got ono for lessmoney
than you ovor bought n Wagon. ,,
Is to teutlPithe fiiinierndvuntngishrieiPlofo
riM'lNl. AbKM IKSAMi CUM MISSIONS
IM.S Hijtiie lowest jiosslblo whoJisnle
BUGGIES: Largo invoices
brought to tho city which wo
PAEM WAGONS from $57.50
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
CORN PLANTERS from 75
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS
CORN DRILLS, $14.00, horetoforo
Spring Tooth and Randall
nnd Revolving Hay Rakes.
Engines and Throshors.
!)&... and Carriages all at
All poisons me Invited to call and sco
npl6d,y Wo. V
G. A. MoCARTHEY has romovoil
his Queonswaro store to tho building
on Sutton street, two doors bo
low Second stroot. inyudly
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
llnvo Just received their Spring Block of Imported
and Domestic Uoods of tho hit est htyles.
l'rlces leabonaulu und work tho best, airily
BIATTERMAW &. POWER.
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEOHGE I1EISER.