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AN IMMUTABLE LAW.
The Cnrmlttlnr Cosafwtltlon Wh'rh Is al
Work Whrer We May Ga.
Tho inun who fears to go into u:i en
terprise on ncrount of competition i
not made of that sort of tufT which
leads to marked success. Whether
recognized or 'not, there is no living
oxeept under the mobt unremitting
competition. Whether millionaire or
pauper, old business man or the one
of nc-.v enterprises, competition in
some of its forms is ever at work, and
he who would hcape competition must
:cape from life. This is well illus
trated 1)3' Kinsley's l)c-:is-you like
race." a ra'e who were provided for
by the tfroppings from trees. With
nothing to do. tho nice decelerated
below the apes, and finally ectscd to
xist fcimplv bccjiur.e they bad nothing
Competition means strife. rinUtgon
imii; in short, war. It existf both in
the natural world and the Ihimiich
world. Sir William Grove, in a lecture
delivered at the Hoyal Ins-titiition of
Gr-.:tt Hritaiu on jintagotiiiin,"' i-ay.i
that "it is a neee-oity of existence, and
of the organism of the universe, so far
a w under.-t;md it: that motion and
life ea:i not go n without it; that it i?
not a mere ca-nal adjunct of n:Uurc.
but that without it there would b no
nature, at all events as we conceive it:
that itih inevitably associated with un
organized matter, with organic- mat
ter, and with sentient beings." This
in a. very broad definition, but it r, un
qualifiedly true. As an example of an-
tngonism in nature, the lecture--peal:-
lir.st of pulling forces bctv.'vu t!
planct. If the one pulling forc ! not
eountcrbalanceil by the olhtr. t'i ti lh
one body fnllr into the other: i. in f.ic.
wiped out by competition. In tvi. .'.-
stuui'i'or the earth ioi and rei-t-nce
are cotisiaiitly at wor.f: nothing is a
rest. :i:nl i-vi'VY atom f'"n- 0 i . ,-i:..-jn-ting
with it neighbor. Wltcn ui
come to organic life we find th law of
aipetitinu -till Tii-it'tt plainly t 1.
.-.".i: everv blade of
its in ighb.'i
iii":i"siif 1'viug. It i P ir-..'ii."s Ktr'. -gle
for existence.'" and this very
t-tiMggJe is sn-c -oHvy to the ':.fe n'. 1b
vgcJalilo world, la a-iimal !'.' .
struggle or compelitioi is ntiM pl;ii:.-i-to
the view. The naUiniH.-'. no ' :,
talks of jN'iu'efu! nature." fir h"
knows tlp-re is no bueh thi;ig. u-i' aa
tui-e j-. a mh ne if inccj:ui: v. .-.rfac' .
I'.inlf. in liieir little nets do no n;"- -.
bu' the stoute: pnh the v.'carf-r one
out. Coaiiag t man. we Jitid ir,e .,:
compctilioa. tin muii? sts .i:rv-'' '-'
i-ieuce. In the most b.triiaric :... -s
I hise. hocan not stand thec.iii:i'"ti!iiii.
wbi can no longer take car--f litem
selves, are. killed to get ttn-ui oil oi
the way. In civilized sttrie:;.-. bnvvt-Ve".
while there is no change in the v::.v-in.-c
going on. tin victims rrv soas-
wh.lt le'lter treitill. l!lsli-;el .f b-ii
kilVd by tlia victoriou.s eo:ajfti'.or-.
th e litter jiass around the h.tt. so to
peak, to pro. idc th.' ueceT,.:ri,-s of
l:fe fit- those who li.tve been e niqueivd.
l.ts. we suppose is wi::t m:-y lie
talk"! the amenities of life.
Adv:iicing from the individual to
couii'iiiiiili-s. the same w rf.ire is at
work. I'ommtiniti i-i agaiii-l coiuiuu
tiity. town against town. ci;y itg.iiif
city, nation agsiin.st nation. In the
ir.oral world the :tmc forces av tit
work, l'rom the hr.v of couipetitiou
t.'iere i- no escape, and it is a good
thing for the well-being of all. i-lun
wtil JIcn!w ire.
ITen siiirL-UniiiT. Can "mr Much IH-a-KH-e.itiJe
f The manger which is in general uv
in m-'sj .taM s in v ry iuc eiv.aie i;
and causes unnee.'s-.nry work c .-ei-y
time the hoi-se arc fed. I sea.-ely
know a stable which bus uot what
iight b called u regulation ui: agt-;- -;
bov about 1 r.o fccJ. wide o.:tviitiiig
across the front eiid of the r-t.s.I r.au
about three feet deep. To fel aliose
in it the hay iniist be lifted !idcr..i.v.:ed
into eae'i manger i;j:i.tite'y. a:.. I :"
is no possible way to c!ca:i o::t n- !
them except 1 1 'an over and se. an
no t'.ic conleats with the hauls, fu
Ihcy a.v too ey:i!rncU1 to pe.-iiiil til-ie-
of a broi in ir shovel. Whenever 1
visit a stable having these old-fnshuitio '.
manger. 1 r.'.v.avs e-am'.ie the::.. :. i.I
i; L- not uueoiiim'ui to ;iad a :a..ss :.
foot deep of mouldy ciiiT :. sd cvii
rebi. and oft-:: the h-ir-e- have !.'
bored on it. or water ha- hen .-pi!i. u
til' it f much more I :ke i.iaii'sre l.iau
horse feed- Mr old sta'ol. b.,i vv..s.
such mangels, and 1 mad" u my min-J
that if ever 1 biilt it new s'able i uo-iIJ
have a manger thron'i whic'i l c 'il.
walk from oi.e et.J of the sfsbb to tl4
other, and arrjine.iJ ihi 1 co,h:
sweep a manger thirty fc,t long f:-oj
end to end to end with nothing i.i the
way. 1 built a new barn throe and a
half years ago. and 1 put i:i e-a. o!
thce coutiiiuims manger-." :. I call
it. and 1 like it t well th:::, I v.-,...l.l
have no otlur.
I have two s.ahle villi the -iw'.:
standing facing each other. and instead
of having a feed room imtwism those
.table into which to throw the hay
perhaps down a stairway at one end
and then have to carry iland till twelve
separate mangers. 1 make the feed
room itself a manger. I raise the Moor
;i foot higher than that from which the
horses stand and let them eat directly
from it. Tne feed room, or manger :w
we now call it. is made live feel vridx:. if
for two rows of horses and cattle, or
two and a half feet wide for a single
row. It is tloorod with dressed lumber,
the floor running lengthwise of lh"
manger, andthe sides of ii are baai-dou
from the inside so tiiat there : mc, a
projection, and it can be si rape 1 or
towopt from end to cad in a very short
time. In winter when both ;ab!cs are
full 1 sweep the manger twice or ti-ree
times a week and shjvol the waste i'it,-
one of the stalls for bedding, or t. we
are feeding corn fodder 1 remove t.ie
waste every day. If we are F diug
tli- fodder without cutting I carry tie
long stalks oat to the barn-yard and
scatter them around the straw stack. I
hr.ve a door at the end of the manger
for this purpose, but when, as we often
do. we cut the bxider to lengths of s.x
or eight inches, the waste ail ,rOC atJ.
der the horso for bedding. The feed
boxes for grain are not in the monger
kv.,o !in iri lfce corner of fne ..ill.-
Waldo F. JJroir.ii, in Qkio Farmer.
.--- -.- - "- -'---.- -. . --. -
The large breed of horses are not a
ervicabte on soft land or for driving as a
cross of sucb bnnli on our asiive mares,
rbick will prodaee a horse well adapted
torall kitids of work.
Cows are often said to dry up in the fall,
when in fact they freeze up- Good, warm
qaarters, warm water asd soft feed, as
ensilage or roots, will soon prove that dry
tag up is only freezing and starving.
If orses that have been cli(jel should be
kept carefully blanketed when left stand
ing in the cold or storm. All mud and dirt
should be cleaned from their leg and fet
locks at nilit. Kegluct of this is a prolific
source of scratches.
Do not KUppoKe the cow Is dryiag off be
came the milk flow Is lessened at this
season, as the cause may l a change from
gren to dry food. Feed liberally and give
cooked roots for a while and he will soon
come back to her usual quantity.
Cows should not be allowed to stroll over
miry pastuies, cutting the wet, soft turf
with their hoofs. A yard for exciciseoa
sunny days, warm shelter at night and
plenty of good, who1eouie food will show
in tins pail now and hereafter.
It in a very bad plan to have catte of all
ages promiscuously in the same inclosnre.
Calve under a yaar or up to eighteen
months for the females, and up to three or
four month-' for the bulls will be much
better if ton fined in a lot by themselves.
Dry dirt is b-.-ttcr than sand on the floor
of stables, as it is an aUorbeiit and the
tlnertnedirl the better. Hand, however
m more eaiuy reinovru ana uoes noi cause
dust. An excellent method ol keeping the
stalls clean is to uppSy a layer of dry dirt
and th-u sprinkle with planter.
A writer who has
i ven attention to the
matter of feedin
ig sheep state that the
er knew was composed of
lwt ration he ev
equal part by weight, of corn, oats, iea
, .-., ,..
,,,..1 ..ll..t t,. ..i-rv f...,. I.I.-I...U .f
which 011V bushel of rtaxseed bhould U-
ndded, ni;d the whole ground togetln-r.
It faiu-iiioheep wry rapidly.
Tho kind of hog inofcUy in request now
I i from sh.toeiKht uioi.ths old. averaging
. from V') to lv'i jioundh. If a fnriner would
get utip-top price he should koII to lit-
ter n year. i'aokriH witnt fm the Kuro-
neaii uinrkft u lean. et well-fed. llcliv
side, cutting lull of lean, slid the un
til ovod Yorkshire iireed, thev av, it the
' nntmnl fur that mat ket. Tins hhows that
theiu hui been . ltlim tho jiast ten or
twelve yeiii'h u rndical chmige in the chai
acter of hoge demiitidud i.y con-uii:"r
A mistuku that is common among tho.e
who handle 3'ouiig hordes ii tutkiug too
much. Only such wonK h u!d bo uell ai
are eApoctul to iw needed lor all future
iim, and even thee should not he repeated
more fieuuentlv than ii iiece-iiaiv. Kvery
j vord should halo a meaning With tho
idea of quieting and pai ifyiug a nervuUh
j unl higii-strting liorso wane ilitvdr-t im
I figliiu that u contiuuul piuttlu it lueniiiug
I less woid- is tiectsstiy. This is agieat
j tnistnku. A geuile putting on the neck or
lllitlllllg Of the UOrO Will ItCiOUIpIlhtl tilts
purpose uiiieh quieter than any ililligelsc.
S'ltiouttl ,st k..imu
The souiH'i the c-rn-fo Ider is put under
shelter tho brighter it will it-miiiu during
the wintei. To leave it In the fields only
induces loss of quality us well as uusto of
AIwuvm incorporate the immure thor
oughly with lie- boil in iipp.yuig lound
the roots ol t:ee. Jt is injurious to the
loot to apply iniiiiureol auykaid directly
Fine niaiiuie mr.y i spread on the past
ure now, in oidi-i to promote the giov tli o!
grass next spring. It will also hi-rvc as u J
protection to the roots and enable tiie
plants to start olf etuiy.
ilo-es should bo mulched nriuud tiie
loots with loo-e material. Leaves or
straw, with cornstalks hud tlieieon to
hold theat in place, U excellent. Muiclung
gicatly assists m piotectiug straw lie rry
plants ttuiiug the winter, and a leaves
will soon be plentiful a supply should Ik?
collccted lor mulching put poses,
ljiud that has Ik-en kept in timothy and
clover for several years should he plowed
under lnte m the fall, and a crop of corn
gi own on the laud in the spring in outer
that a cultivated crop may destioy all
weeds or foreign plants that sooner or
later make their appearance where laud
has not lieetl plowed lorn long tin:.
It U not the freezing of root crop-, that
cnuso them to decay, but the sudden
thawing. A long liertod of cold weather i
will uot damage the stored crops as soon
an alternate spells oi com aim warm '
weather. For this reason all ciops such
as turnips, tieets, cat rots ami parsnip
should he stored where the tempeiature is
as uniform as possible in order to avoid
j chances of vaintion.
Jly selecting the best animals and seeds
of the tM-st plants a con-Miit improvement
will be the lesiilu Hy neglecting to do so
both iiniiuals ami plants will degenerate.
There is a teiidencv to abvavsievert to
the originals, winch can only be picvented
by the careful seJcc.ton of the hardiest,
most perfect and best adapted to climatic
influences. Everv fiinuer in the countrv
can assist m the work of improvement by
giving attention to tlie-io matteis.
Tonieasjie a bin for wheat, corn, jK)ta
toes. etc. multiply .together the length,
breadth and height to get the cubic feet.
Divide the pioduct ly .(!. and luulliply the
She quotient bv 4.V The tesult shoMsthe
contents in huhels. sU'uck measure.
Tlit-re are alnnit tour-lifths as many bush
els as cubic feet in the content of a bin,
lie nee it will be sutliciently accurate to
divide the product by rive, and muitiplv
the quotient by four. My thi rule the !
contents can le known tit a few minute, j
One of the tnot ixnvcrful arguments in ;
favor of winter dairying is the fact t hat it j
gives the farmer profitable emp.oymeat
the entire year. Duriug five or six tuontlis J
there is a cessation of growth of the tarni
erVpioducts and then, if he has no way
of profitably employing his labor for the
remainder of the year, ui reinutieiatiou
!uttt be much less than if ke could pioiita
Wy employ h:melf every secular dav iu
the year. The value of the products de- I
pends largely upon the amount of labor
he can put into them. liural Huii.
Itub and mutton are so popular in New
York City that it takes 2,000 out) head of
young aud old sheep to supply the wants
of New Yotk and neighboring towns.
The fall pippin, when in perfection, for
site aud excellent quality is, unquestion
ably, queen of all the autumn apple. A
strong competitor of the tall pt)piti is the
orange apple. The fruit is nearly or quite
as large, on the average, and fully as
baudoiue, bemg really "apple of gld,"
smooth and fair to look upon.
Another r reedy for grape rot ha brer
suggested b3 sj ringing the vines with a
solution of one ounce of carbolic acid
(crude) in 12 qui rt of water.
The objection io packing any kind of
fruit in bran foi winter is that it tends to
ripen it too rapidly, and unless watched
very carefully will get too ripe.
The fall c.!t will pay well, as the dam
will not have much labor to perform at
this season. By the time the colt is
weacei the spring work will commence
icd the colt can be pat out on the pasture.
As long as the season permits and there
is land to be plowed in the spring the
plow should be kept going now, in order
to save labor w hen the busy time comes.
Oats make the best grain food for vouns
j stock, and especially for calves and colts.
S If ground and fed with turnins (cooked)
Iiae young stock will tarira oa sbcb .diat j
lad crow rapidly. J
EFFECT. OF HASHEESH.
Mr. A. M. Fields has recently re
couated hie experiaBOBa ussier the ia
fSuence of haabeeah. lie smoked the
hasheeeh uatil he felt a profound sease
of well-being, and then put the pipe
aside. After a few minute he seemed
to become two persons; he waa con
scious of his real self reclining on a
lounge, and of why be was there; his
double was in a vast building made of
gold and marble, splendidly brilliant
and beautiful beyond all description.
He felt an extreme gratification and
believed himself in Heaven. Thin
double personality suddenly vanished,
but re-appeared in a few minute.
His real self was undergoing rhyth
mical spasms throughout his body; the
double was a marvelous instrument,
producing sounds of exquisite
sweetness and perfect rhythm.
Then bleep ensued and all
ended. Upon another occasion
sleep and awakening came and went
so rapidly that they seemed to be con
fused. His double seemed to be a sea.
bright, and tosing as the wind blew;
then a continent. Again he smoked a
double dose, and sat at his table, pen-
I cii jn hand, to record the effects,
tme he j conception of
nception of time.
He arose to open a door; this seemed
to take a million years. Ho went to
pacify an angry dog. and endless ages
seemed to have gone on his return.
J Conceptions of space retained their
norma, ciianM.ter. He felt an unuMial
,.,,.., ,. , t..L;k.
1UUNW9 III IIIUIIUll HU 11 W.LUl.n
"lo fill volumes. Ho understood clair-
voyance. hypnotism and all else- He
' was not one man or two, but several
nll. ljvinf at. the xame time in difTcr-
! ;nt . whh d5Ter,.nt ot.cpations.
' .. , . . .. . i ,..:,iw ...
u no,, m u.j w.u ..
hurrying to the next, his thoughts
' flowing with enormous miiidity. The
I few words he did write meant nothing.
I The experience admirably illustrates
the close relationship between states
of real insanity and transitory affec
tions induced by jisyehic poisons,
MAKING A HOME.
The lliisliuiitl Has In llo Ills Share as Well
Men are what their home make
them of what their homes made of
them in infancy and youth. That
women make homes has been Ming and
preached until one reads with hearty
satisfaction Colonel Higginson's intro
duction of an address delivered last
summer at the commencement of a
girl's college. Ho had lieen adjured,
said tho speaker, not to talk to stu
dents and alumna- as women, but as
human beings; to leave the matter of
sex in education out of sight for one
hour. The m:iutilinu element is as
essential to the right composition of
the home as lemon-juice to the sugar
and water of sherbet. Tho household
where there is not a man's hat on the
hall-rack is a enift minus one side
wheel. The music of daily life with
out the heavier, up-bearing timbre of
a bass voice, is like tho singing of
canaries, very tuneful and very thin.
The domestic duties of him who
stands in the place of pater-familias
are not fulfilled when he has supplied
grist to the mill. His wife maybe the
nominal captain. He is part owner
and first mate. If she be the acknowl
edged ipieen of the realm he is the
power behind the throne. Which jum-
I bio of metaphors, done into straight-
forward Knglish, ignilies that a
woman can not, single-handed, make
n jiorfect home. It is a joint-stock
concern, in which each individual of
the household has a share, the parents
being the heaviest owners and the
board of directors. Any thing else is
a loosely-cohering association of hu
man particles, classed for the ake of
convenience under one name, and held
together by habit and policy. Hume-
Eruption of the Skin Cured.
IlllOCKVlU.E. OVTAHIO. CANADA. J
I have used BitAMUtr.Tit's Pills for the
rsist fifteen yeurn. and think them the best
cathartic and anti-bilious remedy known.
For some flvo year I suffered with nn
i eruption of tho skin that ruvo me proat
pain and annoyance. I tried different blood
j remedies, but, although gaining strength.
'C Honing was unrelieved. I nnallycon
eluded to take u thorough cournoof IIkaxi-
keth'i Tills. I took six each night for
four night, then live. four, three, two, less
ening each time by one. and then for one
month took one every night, with the hap
py result that now my skin is perfectly
clear and has been so ever since.
What's in a n strict Too many 4VTC-open-er"
will make a man "blind drunk."
ExrLosioss of Couching are stopped by
Hale's Honevof Horehound and Tar.
pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Not. SO.
CATTLE Sapping steers. ...C 3 .Y -
HOGS ;ood to choice aeary.
WUliAT No.l re4
No. 2 soft
l-V'K No. ..., . ....
OATS No. 3
FLOUU Pstenu. per sack ..
HUTTKK Choice creamery.
BACON Ham.... ..... .......
POTATOES .. t.
CATTLE Shipping steers...
11 u tclier' steers....
SUEEP Kairto chcics
KLOUK Caace ,
COllN NxJ ..................
ua r c.. ...... ........
0 WJ C
... 14 ? H is on
cattle s?ttpring steers. ....
i) a i to
s to a i :o
S IM a 4 3)
oo) a in
1K 1 ids
i ? 4Jis,
14 9 ft 15 OJ
4S S jy
S UJ C (ID
4 1 it i i
HOGS Packing aa J fcjppins..
FLOUK- WTnter wheat .
WHE.VT No.a red
OATS No. 4..., ..
CATTLE Coxatos to prime..
HOGS Good w choice ........
FLOCR-Good ia chalet......
WHEAT No. red
OATS Westers mixed.... ...
aafawdi ay ttst xafsiWri afTHa Vocrsfa
ComrAXtam tor Use beat short rtoriea. Tkere
are three priaea of fl.000 eaca. three of fT
eacaaad three of tflaO each. No other aaptr
pay ao bherallj to ebUiB the rerr heat aaV
SertssrMaMhacrfherm. The pabfiahers wd
ead a eweukv oo recefat of a ataasa. pTirus
tha coaditioa of this oaTer. Tac CosrrAXiox
haa Two Millioa Reader a week. Every
faasOv should take it. Any new aubsenber
who 'send fl.TS mow, will recdve it free to
January 1, 1, acd a full year'a anbtcrip.
tkm frosa that date. Address Yorrru
CowTAXioy, 43 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.
Tai best way to make Hrbt of a trosble-
aeatenote is to r"t possession ox n
burn it. WtsUrn rUnrma.
tfc tiimmmr aVH Klacs.
It is pleasant to know that the prandial re
past will be foUowtd oy no penitential pa&fr.
The dyspeptic, to regain digestion and cade
forever the manifold symptoms that assail
hlra. should begin early and persist in a
course of Hosteller's Ktomacb Bitters. Then
will he find peace vainly sought before.
Biliousness, constipation, kidney aibnents
and debility are remedied by tnc Bitters.
Tatar wasn't much profit in stocks when
they were emploed as Instruments of puc
Focl poisons that accumulate in the blond
and rot the machinery of the system, are
eradicated and expelled by using Prickly
Ash Bitters, a mouidm: thit will not irri
tate the stomach or bowels. It act in a
gentle manner on these delicate orgistis.
and restores health in every case.
Wht is the practice of praisinr children
like opium f Because it's laudanum.
Cornus ash Com. Those who are suffer
ing from Coughs. Colds, tSore Throat, etc,
hhould try Bkows'b BiacuuL Taocuts.
.sh'c1 ititS'j in 1-vfA.
Tnr board of education the
lr afflicted with Sore Eyes umi Vr Is.-utc i
ThomiisouS Lj'c Water Uruggist scd li.i'ic-
Tni: man wao 1h wild on the subject of
yachting is an ultra marine. I'utk.
Bui io not use the dangerous Alkali antf
Mercurial preparations which destroy your
nervous system and ruin the stigesthra pow
er at the stomach. The Vet etablt King,
dom gives us the best and safest remedial
agencies. Or. Sherman devoted the grea'er
art el his life to the discovery el this relia
ble and safe remedy, and all its ingredients
are vegetable. He gave it the name of
Prickly Ash Bitten !
a name every one can remember, and to the
present day nothing has been discovered that
is se beneficial for the Blood, for the Liver,
for the Kidneys and for the Stomach. This
remedy is now so well and favorably known
by all who have used it that argumeat as
to its merits is useless, and it ethers who
require a corrective to the system would
but give it a trial the health tt this coun
try would be vastly improved. Remember
the name-PRICKLY ASH BITTERS. Ask
your druggist for it.
PRICKLY ASH UTTERS CO.,
Sole Proprietor!, ST. LOUIS. MO.
Cold in Hud
Ely's Cteaa 8i"""
ELY IU.OS..MVrrruFt.. V
ryant & Stratton
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tlon, nncr Constipating, that ahlch la
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