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HINTS FOR OCTOBER WORK.
American Agriculturist for October.
WEs v .GRASs LA- may be
very easily seen and destroyed this
month by the use of the "spud," l
a broad chisel-blade attached to a
handle like that of a spade or long
handled shovel, having a spur upon
it for the foot to aid in thrusting it
into the ground. A boy with an
instrument of this kind can rapidly
clear grass land of buttercups,
daisies, and a multitude of other
biennial and perennial weeds.
Top - DRESSING, - Bone dust or
"tankings," or some f.--rtilizer in
which the nitrogen is not in the
form of ammonia, and not soluble,
is the best for late autumn applica
tion to grass or grain. Such a ma
nure has some immediate effect,
yet is not washed away in solution
by heavy rains, but shows its po
tency in the spring.
PoTATOEs.-The sooner they are
dug now the better. It is best to
keep them a while either in pro- 1
tected heaps in the field, or on
some unused floor. They throw
off much moisture within a few
days, and will heat if in large heaps
or too deep in the bins. When
thoroughly dry, they my be placed~
in secure pits or in the cellar. Po
tatoes are injured at once by frost,
and gradually by sunlight, or even
by diffused light. They should,
therefore, be kept from the light as
much as possible, and decayed. ones
carefully culled out before they are
RooTrs are now making their best
growth. Moderately warm days and
cold nights seem to have agreat'
effect upon them. As the time for
heavy frosts approaches, secure the
mnangels and sugar-beets. Top by ~
rubbing the leaves off, not by cut. r
ting, as the wound often starts de- ~
cay, which spoils the beet. Car- I
rots secure attention next after the e
beets, and turnips next, leaving the1
Swedish turnips longest. Always a
protect piles of roots against frost C
by some covering. Turnips will I
survive severe freezing, but they e
are never so good for feeding.
PLOwIG FoR SPRNG ORos.-This I
umay be done at any time now, E
where the soil is not too light, and s
not likely to wash during the win- S
ter. The ground should be left
rough to be subjected to the fullest k
action of the weather, freezing, il
thawing, wetting, drying, etc. f<
Should a crop of weeds come up, it n
will very likely pay to harrow and e
.RIDoE PLOWIxG of stiff clays is of
ten of great benefit. -It is done by
turning the furrows two and two a
together so as to leave the land uni-q
formly ridged. The ridges must
run up and down the slopes ; other
wise, in heavy 'rains, water will be
held by the ridges until it breaks
through somewhere, when thereq
will be danger of a "wash-out."
This system of winter fallowing in-e
volves plowing again in the spring,
the shows its good effects in ther
BumDxGs.-This month offers the
most favorable time usually for the
painting and repair of farm build- s
ing3, and putting them in order for
the winter. A great part of this
work may be well done during this
month by the farmer and his boys. d
IMPiarmrs, put away for the win- q
ter, should be painted or protected i,
in some way from the action of th~e a
air and moisture. Paint or 'iar- ri
nish for the wood-work, and a var- a
nish of two-thirds rosin and one- c
third mutton tallow is excellent for ~
protecting iron and steel a
InvE STOCK.-A little extra feed g
brings cattle and horses to the a
beginning of winter in good order. ~
Thposo art, et,adtr
Thips aoef caros goods andtgr- g
ndp mayee fed t great dantage,eet
ndess i a.h Ocorea deafsweet-e
nesshene,mthe October platdthre
.Where muchsb oft es aned' "nere i
ooked feed, and the grain ought
a be ground.
SHEP.-This month we speak for
larch lambs. Half fed sheep are
ften run into market from sections
rhere food is scarce, and it pays
rell to secure such to feed for the
-inter, turning them off fat in the
pring. The feeder should be sat
;fied if, by so doing, he works up
is wheat straw and corn into ma
ure, getting pay for his grain and
ash outlay, and that only.
EEE NOTES FOR OCTORER.
BY L. C. ROOT.
American Agriculturist for October.
THE HoN,E ORoP.-The yield of
ioney from Basswood and other f
ources, in this section, has not
qualled our expectations. During
he last days of June the supp'y of
ioney, from basswood, promised to
e abundant, but it was very sud
[enly and unexpectedly cut short.
teports from all parts of the Uni
ed States indicate a small crop.
Ve judge it to be less than one
Lalf the usual average ; many re
>ort an entire failure. In our own
piaries we secure over 15,000
ounds from 176 colonies. Thus
r we have taken from the three
elected swarms as follows : July
0th, No. 1, 771 lbs., No. 2, 66J lbs.,
To. 3, 83- lbs. ; July 13th, No. 1,
:1 lbs., No. 2, 41 lbs., No. 3, 55
bs-; July 19th, No. 1,:12.1bs., No.
, 18 lbs., No. 3, 21 lbs. After the
st date given we removed the
,warms with others, to where
3uckwheat, Golden Rod, and Eupa- -
orium are found in greater abun
lance than around the summer
tands rearer home.
FALL PASTURAGE.-The subject of
all pasturage is 'of consi4erable
mportance, as with a fair yield of i j
ioney at this season, breeding will
)e continued and thus one of the
ssentials for successful wintering L
s secured. It will therefore be
ound profitable to study the
ources from which a yield may be
ipected. In many sections buck- C
heat is the chief .dependence for
ate honey. In other localities,
ike our own in the Mohawk Val
ey, Melilot or Sweet Clover, is of
~reat importance. But more gene- Ci
ally, we think that the supply will
>e gathered chiefly from Golden c
lod and Eupatorium. These wild
lants can f>e found upon rough,
raste land, in nearly all parts of C!
Fu MANAGEMET.-If Suirpliis
>oxes have not been removed as di- D
ected last month, it should be at-A
ended to at once. If swarms have -
een supplied with extra combs for
xtracting, they sLould be removed
nd packed safely away for use
.nother season. The value of these Gr
ombs, as well as those taken kin
rom piece boxes, cannot be over
stimated, consequently great care inc
hould be taken to preserve them.
dice and rats should be carefully prec
xeluded. If disturbed by the de
tructive moth, the removed combs tak
hould be,.smoked with brimstone. ar
MARKETING HoNE.y-In marketingi
oney use every precaution to make ti
neat and attractive. Directionsho
r preparing and casing honey for ord
iarket, will be found in the Amieri- the
a Agriculturist for October, 1879.
QUESTIONs AND ANSwERS._
HANGING AND STANDING FRAMES.
Do you not crush more bees, and W
re you not more liable to kill the
ueen with the Quinby standing-pi
-ame, than with the hanging [*
ame ?" We consider the standin g Th
:ame quite as desirable, yet we, as Ex1
rell as others, in answering such "
uestions, should not lose sight of
Le fact, that every bee-keeper be
ames most familiar with whatever
yle of hive he adopts, and, natu
lly, can handle it better than any
her, until he acqu>'os a large ex
OPENING HIvES. - "How often
ould a beginner o-en his hives ?"
ust as often as L.actical opera.
ons require him to do so.
BEs IN A GARRET.-A correspon
ent in N. J. comes with the oldi
uestion of the desirability of keep.
ig bees in a garret. This story of
rranging bees in a room in a gar.
et where they will not swarm,J
ad where the owner can go andI
at out cards of honey for family
se, at any time, is a very old one
ad belongs with that other old and
bory of the immense swarm of bees it e~
amewhere in the rocks where bees
our forth in masses, and honey
iay be found by the ton. As re
ards keeping bees in an attic or
pper room, or even upon a roof,
aey may be so kept, if some prac- A
cal hive is properly arranged in|
nob ~ lonation. There are even I
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ENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
TIIE IOST SUCCESSFUL REM3DY ever ilS
overed, as it is certain in its effects and
ioes not blister. READ PROOF BELOW. pa
FROM REV. P. N. GRANGER, tr
"residing Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Al bar.s, Vt., Jan. 20tht; 188S0.
Dn. B. J. KENDALL & Co.. Gents: In reply
o your letter I will say that my experience
vith 'Kendall's Spavin Cure' has been very
atisfactory indeed. Three or four years Ii
.go I procured a bottle of your agent, and
vith it, cured a horse of lameness caused by
. spavin. Last season my horse became
,cry lame and I tu:-ned him out for a few 4
weks when lhe becamiTe betteri, b)ut when I
mtt him on the road he grew worse, when I ~
iscovered that a ringbone w'as forming., I
roured a b)ottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure
.id with less than a bottle cured him so
hat he is not lame, neither can the bunch
c found. Respectfully yours,
P. N. GRANGER.
PERSEVERANCE WVILL TELL.
Stoughton, Mass., Ma rch IGth, 1880. tr
R. J,. KENDALL & Co., GENT s: In justice tr
ro and my;self. I think I ought to let yo pr
now that I have removed two bone spa- or
rins with 'IKendall's Spavin Cure,' one very g
arge one, -.on't know how long the spavin
ia( been there. I have owned the horse hc
,ight months. It took me four months to foi
ake the large one off and two for the small va
me. I have used ten bottles. The horse is
mtirly wrall, not at all stiff, and no bunch
. be seen or felt. This is a wonderful med
ci. 11 is a new thing here, but if it does
r all what it has (lone for mle its sale will
ye er great. Respectfully yours,
CHAS. E. PARKER.
[ENDA LU'S SPAVYIN CURE.
Acme, Michigan, December 28th, 1879.
B. .J. K ENDA LL & CO., GENTs: I sent you
>neC dollar for your "Kendlall's Spaviin Cure"
st summier which cured a bone spavin
vith hal f a bottle. The best linimentl ever
isei1. Yours respectful y,
STATEMENT MADE UNDER OATH..
VTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERtN.-In1 the year
75 I treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure, a
>OneC spavin o! several months' growth, nc
early half a.s large as a he a's egg and corn- all
letely stopped the lamenss and removed
ie enlargonent. I have worked the horse an
'ever sine very hard, and I e never has been so
ame, nor could I ever see any difference in
he size of the hock joints since I treated
din with Kendall's Spavin Cure. H
B. A. GAINES.
Enosburgh Falls, Vt., Feb. 25, 1879. an
Sworn andi subscribed to before me this to
5th lay of Feb., A. D. 1879.
JOHn G. .JENNE, Justice of the Peace.
[ENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON HUMAN
Patten's Mills, Washing:on Co., N. Y.,
Feb. 21, 1878.
B. J. KENDALL, M. D.: Dear Sir--The par
iular case on which I used your "Spavin
ure" was a ni lignant andle sprain of six
een months' standIing. ] had tried many
hings, [but in vain. Yonr 'Spavini Cure"
ut the f'ot to the groundl again, and, for B
be first time since hurt, in a natural posi
ion. For a family liinime at it excels any
Lug we ever used.
Yours truly, REV. M1. P. BE LL,
Pastor M. E. Church, Patt en's Mills, N.Y.
KENDALL's SPAVIN CURE is sure in its et
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r good Livery Stables at each of theseS
RATE.S OF ROARD, COTTAGE RENT, &C. E
~or Single Meals..............$ 7
or a Dav.....- .-.............. 2 00 Y
or a Week per Day..............- 7a
or aMonth per Day.............1 15 ,
ottage Rent, per Lenemient, 3 rooms
per mlonIth.. .... .. .. .. .-.. 10 00
~ottage Rent, whole cottage, 6 rooms
per month.....................17 00
Vater per Gallon (vessels extra at S
Feb. 20, 8-tfs
ranzt req.taly Its servces ti.b essef
stne s eiaiI mM'
Wuxi bTm honz S
S - P.L3 wo .
One llundrsd Raw Hides, h
At PINE GROVE TANNERY. a
IARTIN & MOWER,
Oct. 15, 1879. 42-tf.
H. L. FARLEY, 5:
Lttorney at Law
- ~-AND- L
REAL ESTATE AGENT, fi
SPARTANBUJRG, S. C.
iMPT ATTENTION TO AL.L BUSINESS.a
Mar. 10, 11-ly- Mi
0 BUHEL BAREYL
. N. MARTIN & .0
Aug. 18, .34-tf.
A. W. T. SIMMONS.
This elegant new Hotel is now open for the
ception of guests, and the proprietor wilh
are no effort to give satisfaction to the
veling public. Good airy rooms, corm
rtablIe beds, the best of fare, attentive, ac-S
mmodating servants,and moderate charges
Il be the rule. June 9, 24-tf.
HAVEY REES, wB
Ben eiruofgtiggnrl aifc
i NEWBERRY HOTEL.
na scirnne of giving general satisfac
reenville & Columbia Railroad.
)n and after Monday, August 30, 1880, the
,asenger Trains will rut as io:lows daily, Sun
ave Columbia, - - 4 - 11.35 a m
- Alston, - - - - 12.41 p m
Nelwberry, - - - - 1.36 p m
iodges, - - - 4'9 p m
teiton. , - - - 5.23 p m
-rive (iree:ville, - - - - 6.35 p m
-ave Greenville, - - - 11.10 a m '
" Betoa, - .. - 1222 a in
" Ilodges, - - 136pm
" Newbe:ry, - - - 4.t9 p m
Ahton. - - 5.t5 p m
.rirc Columbia, - - - 6.07 p m
DERSON BRANCH AND BLUE RIDGE
Daily, except Sundays.
ave Belton at. 5.2; p m
Anderson 5.56 p m
Pendleton 633 p in
"'.err) rifle 659 p m
ae Sereca. 7.A p m
r-ive at Walhalla i 55 : m
:ave Walhalla at, - - 9.35 a in
eave Seneca, 10.06 a I#
S l'ervile. - - 10.12 a In
" Pndetn. -' - 10.45 a m
" Ander on, - - 1135 a m
rrive at Belton. - - 12.10 a m
T Tr ilrnu.i 'r'-"n leaves Laurens at 7.00
m. and 1.1-5 p. n., and Ncwberry at 9.55 a. m.
d 4.15 p. m.. daily except- Sundays.
kbbevilie Branch Tial connects at Hodge's
th down and up trai daily, Sundays ex
nted. Leave Abbeville ,40 a. m.; leave Hod
14.15m. m. .in;lav o'
La"ud uw,rri7j7j e main stem mr-ke
oae connection at Columbia with the up..d
>wn day Passenger Trains on the South Care
.a Railroad uaid the through Passenger Train
the Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
aliroad; at Alston with trains of the Spartan
irg, Union and Columbia Ratroad.; at Seneca
ih Charlotte and Atlanta Air Lin'- Iai.way
om and to Atlanta for all points South.
J. W. FRY, Gen'l Supt.
J. P. MERZDITH, Master Transportation.
JABEZ NoRTox. General Ticket Agent.
D:h Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after .July 11th, 1880, Passenger
rains on this road will run as follows un
1 further notice :
GOING EAST DAILY.
e:'vc Columbia at - - 6.15 P. M.
rrive Camden at - - - - 9.10 P. M.
rrive Charleston at . . . 11.00 P. M.
*On Sundays this train will leave Colum
ia at 2.15 1'. M., and arrive at Charleston at
10 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
eave Charleston at - - - 6.45 A. M.
eave Camden at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
rrive Columbia at - - - 11.30 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
.eave Columbia at . . . 5.10 A. M.
rrive Camden at . - . - 1.40 P. M.
rrive Augusta at - . . 3.25 P. M.
rrive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
~eave Charleston at - - 9.00 A. M.
cave Augusta at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
rrive Columbia at . - - 5.37 P. M.
*Pa.ssengers taking these trains change
trs at Branchville to reach Charleston at
30 P. M., or Columbia at 5.37 P. M1.
*GOING EAST DAILY.
Zeave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M1.
rrive Augusta at - - - 7.50 A. M1.
rrive Charleston at - - ' 6.15 A. M1.
*Passen gers who are not in S'eeping Car,
tange at Branchville to reach Charleston
:6G.15 A. Mi.
GOING WEST DAILY.
cave Charleston at - - - 9.05 P. M.
eave Augusta at - 7.40 P. M.
rrive Columbia at - - -6.10 A. MI.
The Express Trains run daily, all others
tily exeg pt Sunday. On Camden Branch
rains do not run Sundays. Sleepmgl Cars
nc attached to Night Express Tratins.
erths ouly $1.50 between Columbia, Char
ston and Augusta. Bound Trip* Tickets
~e sold on Saturdays and Sundays from all
ations. good till Monday noon to return ,
one iirst class fare. Connections made
:Columnbia with C. C. & A. R. Rt. and G- &
i. R.., to and from ali points on each
oad; at Charleston on Wednesdays and
.turdays with Steamers to and from New
ork. The Night Express Trains to and
om Columbia make close connections at
ingville with New York Express Trains,
>which is attached a Pullman Sleeping
ar running between Augusta and New
ork without change. Connections made
:Augusta to andl fromi all points West and
>uth. For through tickets to any point,
A. 13. DESAUSSURE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALLEN, G. P.& T. A,
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
PARTANBURS, UNION & 00LUMD1A R. R.,
PARTANBURIG & ASIIEVILLE R. E.
SPAnTANBURG, S. %. Sep. 27, 1880.
On and after the aboye date the following
:bednles will be run over these Roads daily,
save Alston..................3.00 p.mi.
" Union...................6.45 p. m.
rrive Spartanburg............8.30 p. m.
save Spartanburg............1.30 p. m.
rrive at Ilender.sonville........5.00 p. mn.
Close connection is made at Alston With
uin from Columbia on Greenville & Colum
a Road. At Columbia, connection is made ____
>n Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta.
At Spartanhnrg, connection is made at
[r Line Depot with trains from Atlanta
td Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
At Hendersonville, connection is made
tch a first class Line of Stages to Asheville,
riving there the same evening.
Parties desirous of visiting Cacar's Head
other points of interest can be provided
th first class conveyaunces from the Livery
abics in Hendersonville at reasonable
TR) IN SOUTH
ill leave Hendersonvile........6.00 a. m.
ave Spartanburg............10.10 a. mn.
ave Union...... ..........12.10 p. mn.
Tive at Alston.............3.17 p. mn.
lhese Roads are in excellent condition;
:nished with first class Coaches; provided
th all necessary appliances for safety and
rnfoi t of Passengers. At Spartanburg ld
ndersonville the Hotel accommodatidus
now ample for a large increase of travel.
cy will be found well supplied with good
>untain fare at reasonable rates.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
mughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Bron.
chitis, Asthma, Consumption,
4d Anl Diseases of THROAT aznd XUNG
Put up in Quart-Size Botls for Family Us.
lentific::lly prepared of Balsam Tolu. CrystaBlised
~k Candy. Old Rye, and other tonics. The Formula
:nown to ou.r best phiysicians, is highly commanded
them. t.nd the analvsis of our rnost promninane
mist, Prof. G. A. MA RINER. In CL.cago~ iso h
ii of every bottle. It is wel known to the melas
!ession that TOLU ROCK a.nd RYE winl aford the
1,test relief for Coughs, Colds. Influenza, Bronchilia,
SThroat. Weak Lungs, also Consumption. in the in.
entiand advlneed st;ures.
sed as a BE VE RAGE and APPETIZER, it uakusa
ghtful tonic for famuiiy use. Is pesant to ushe it
kor debilitated, it gives tone. activity and strsat
to whole human fra me.
OCAUTION. DOW' 8E DECEYD
mr h Z opl o y un D iedE,deal
lacewoty opl offorTL ROn yND k and Bola
plae of ourlae artiLU ROCK ~AND RE,u wwM.
bn a G aELNEt SAe f.AenOk haMl