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ABOUT BREEDS OF SHEEP.
The principal breeds of long
wools are the Cotswolds, Leicesters,
and Lincoins. These are all known,
distinct and hardy breeds, prized
for superiority and distinctive mer
its, but combining some good qual
ities in common. We give the fol
lowing description of each, brief,
plain and to the point, omitting
bumbersome details and minutia.
The Cotswolds are a hornless
white face, white legged, long
slightly crisped or wavey wooled
breed. They have a heavy tuft of
wool upon the forehead a slightly
Ronian nose and hold the place of
first among the long wooled breeds.
They have large roomy, heavy car
casses with heavy fleece and fine
mutton. They require good care
and feed, and are a patient, quiet
beautiful breed, that are a pride
and an ornament to every well kept
The Leicesters, or Bakewell's
have a growing popularity though
they are as yet only second in the
estimation of the great sheep breed
ing and keeping public. When fat
tened the mutton is excellent, the
carcass large- They have no horns
but a matted or smutty face and legs,
and a sery. uniform.fieece. They
pioNee- a wool that averages wel
with the best Cotswold and prefer
red fork sorne classes of manufac
The Lincoln is a comparativelyi
new sheep in America, but very
popular in -England. It is first
class as to size and quality of car-J
cass and its wool is very long and
excellent. It is a heavy shearer with
white face legs and hornless. They i
are good mothers and their long I
glossy wool is in great~ demand for
certain classes of goods.
The medium or middle wool
sheep are the various breeds of the
Downs, so called because usually
originating upon or pasturing upon
the great "Downs" planes, or Corn
mons of England.
The South Down or Sussex Down
is a most popular breed of sheep
and at the present the most pop.
ular of its class. They have brown
faces and legs, are medium size,
close compact and very hardy.
They are good breeders, mothers
and shearers. They produce the
best, mutton 'of the world- Their
fleece is shorter than the long wools,
but fine.r generally and more comn- a
pact. They form the basis of all c
the other Downs.t
The Hampshire Downs are a s
cross, bred from South Down, and <
have a deservidly good reputation. 1
The original Hampshires were a 1
small native breed, but they have 3
been bred up to a large sheep, t
which fattens readily. They have s
black or* mottled faces, a good s
fleece, hardiness and thrift, and are d
very popular with some breeders. s
The Oxford Downs are also a l1
cross between the Cotswold and t
old Downs of Oxfordshire. They I
have the black and the mottled y
faces' of the Downs, the large car- y
cass of the Cotswold and many s
good qualities derived from each. v
They are good breeders and shear g
mediam fleeces superior wool ; as a p
mutton sheep, they stand deserv- la
edly high. They have the Cots- 1:
wvold tuft of wool on their fore
The Shropshire Downs are a
cross, bred between the Cotswold ~
and the more common Down, a t
dark legged, dark faced sheep bred s
to a fixed standard. They are good a
mothers, good mutton, and a de-1 t
sirable sheep in many ways. t
The fine wooled sheep is the
Merino and its various crosses and a
strains. It had its origin in Spain r
and has from there been diffused~ t
over the world- In Saxony, Spain; f,
and Vermont in America, we find
the best types and the most perfect
and valuable animals. It has now be
come thoroughly Americanized and
as such has h..onme a most valuable 13
CHAPPED HANDS.-The raw winds
f late autumn often produce in the
ands of those who are much exposed I
o them that roughness and cracking
f the skin known as chaping. If
othing is done to prevent, and the
erson is obliged to have his hands
requently wet and dried, the
racks will often get deep and be
>ainful. Corn husking is frequent
y accompanied by sore hands from
his cause. As both a precaution
.nd cure for chapped hands we
aye used the following with bene
it : Wash the hands, and the face
Jso if it is inclined to chap, with
3orax Water, and afterwards rub
vith an ointment made by melting
kutton-tallow (or suet), and then
radually adding an equal quantity
)f Glycerine, stirring the two to
ether until cool. For the hands,
his mixture can be best applied at
iight, using it freely, and warming
t in by the fire, after which an old
air of gloves can be put on to keep
:he bedclothes from being soiled,
rnd also make the skin of the hands
;ofter. An excellent Glycerine oint
nent for chapped hands is made
)y melting, with a gentle heat, two
>unces of Sweet Oil of Almonds,
alf an ounce of Spermacetti, and
)ne drachm of White Wax. When
nelted, remove the stove, and add
fradually one ounce of Glycerine.
.1d stir until the mixture is cold.
lhe ointment can be scented with
Lny perfume to suit the fancy.
Keep in wide-necked bottles.
How To UsE HrN ANURE.-Dry
iuck, loam or other earth will re
bard or prevent the fermentation
nd hold the ammonia that is
formed. Water enough to keep I
7uite wet will do the same in cool
veather. Plaster with enough mois
,ure will also absorb the ammonia,
but dry plaster will not. The cus
,om of mixing lime and ashes with
2en dung is wrong. They drive
ut the ammonia instead of holding
.t. Mouliness implies and smell
>f ammonia proves decomposition
mnd loss of ammonia. But; the
mell of ammonia is extremely
ungent, and unless it is very
trong not much loss need be
eared. Since the chief fertilizing
ngredient of hen dung is nitrogen,
mnd it has so little phosphoric acid
and potash, it is rather a stimu
ating than a lasting manuare. 3Many
armners use it for corn. But near
y all of our experiments imply that
his is poor policy, since corn gets
>ut little help from nitrogen, and
-esponds best to phosphoric acid
hd potash. A little in the hill,
iowver, well mixed with earth,
nay be very useful to give theI
rp a start. Hen dung is useful
or potatoes, garden vegetables,
r, indeed, almost all crops, in
luding strawberries and other
( American A griculturist.
Am PUDnN.-"After what is
aid in March No., 1880, about ap
>le dumplings, I would like to say,
we make apple puddings that
'grandmother appears to like as
ell as the dumplings she used to
nake," and pater familias, who is I
uthority on this question, fears no n
onsequent danger to the digestion,
he only objection being the crust
ill allow of all the good cream you
hoose to put on it. I use a gal
on milk pan similar to fig. 3, page;
84 of American Agriculturist for
lay. It should be heated grad
ally and a little ashes put on thej
tove to prevent breaking; Workf
ome good butter in sufficient light
.ough (yeast bread, no lard or
oda) to make a cake nearly as
arge as the pan, and one inch
ick. Set it where it will rise.
'ill the pan half full of apples,
ared and cut in eighths. Add
rater to cook them and set on the
tove. Lay over them the cake,
rhich should be quite light andC
ashed. Cover tightly. If the ap-I
les cook quickly it will be done in ki
alf an hor-. Turn quickly on a
~rge plate--sugar and cream." i
In France poultry forms an im
ortant part in the live stock of ta
e farmer, and the poultry-yards O
apply more animal food to the is
reat mass of the community than .
be butcher shops. In Americati
0 little attention is given by far- h
ers to their poultry. Yet, for the t
mount invested, no live stock will
eturn a better per cent. in profit
han poultry, if it is properly cared
There is in a few old rusty nai!s
iore health givIng properties than
, soeofx the so called poultry I
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Presijding Elder of the St. Albans D)istrict.
DRt. Th.rJ. KEN1>ALL & Co.. U ntsa: In reply
to your le.tter I will 5-1v that my experience
w ithx 'Ke.ndt:tillN Spatvin '.tre' h:ts ileer, very
Lttisn:.etory indced. 'Three or four years
atgo I procated a bottle of your aent. and
with it,. cured a horse of lameness caused by
a .sp:vin. Last season my horse became
vye lam nd~~. I turned hi:ai out foir a few
we lv ir- he becameI bett:r but whenl I
put hi:n on the road he grew woc:rse, when I
discoereVt h't! a ringhone1 was foring, 1
pro(lnrid 2 .'itle of Ke:i'Iall's sp)arin Cure
an.i withv less thanL a1 ottie Culr'.d hi -o
that he~ is not lame. neithar can the bunch
be fo,undi. Respec! tully you rs..
P. N. G tANG ER.
PER~SEVERANCE WILL TELL.
Stoughton, Mass., March 16thI, 1$S0.
Tn. J1. IKENxLT & Co.. GENTs: In juSt'Ce :.
you andlm myself. I tilink 1 ought to let yo
know that I haveC remUoved two bomL spa
vinsI with -KendalP's Spavin Cu-:e,' one very
larg4e one, don't know how long the spavin
had been there. 2 have owned the horse
ei.ht m.mt:ihs. It took mei lour imnths to
tak the lanzre one off' and two for the smal:il
o:m. i have~ used ten bet tIes. The horse is
entirely well,. not~ at all stiIl', andl no bunch01
to be seen1 or felt. This is at wondertll med
i'ine. It is a netw thing here, hbut if it (does
for all wha;t it has dione for mec its sale will
be very gre-at. Respectfully yours,
CIs. E. PA RKE R.
KEmW LS SPA IN CURJiE.
A cme, MIichigan. Dec-ember 2Sflh.1879).
iB. J. K:-NvA L L & Co., GE~NTS: I sent you
on( e olar Aor your --Kendall's SpaLvin Cure''
lst sn:ner which cured a bone spavin
with half abottlc. The best liniment I ever
use.'. Y ours respeuttully,
STATMENT MrADE UNDER OATH.
To Wu!'Mi IT MIAY QosciRN.-In) the year
1c5 I tre-ated with Kendall's Sparin Cure, a
bone sparin of several months' growth,
nearly half as large as a heni's egg, and comn
pletely stomppedl the Lmene.ss and remuoved
te enlar;remient. I have worked the horse
eer since very hard, and he never has been
lame, nor- coul~d I ever see any difference ini
the size of the hock joints since I1 treated
him with KendallPs Spavin Cure.
B. A. GAINES.
Enoshur-ah Falls, Vt., Feb. 25, 1879.
sworn :ud subscribed to before me this
25th day ofl Fei>., A. D. 1879~.
JohN G. JENNE, Justice of the Peace,
EDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON HUMAN
P'atton's Milis, Washington Co., N. Y.,
Feb. 21, 187S.
B. J1. KEND.ALL, M. D.: Dear Sir-The par
ticular eas on which I used your "Sai
Cuare" was a rnal ignant ankle sprain of six
teen mtonthis' standing. I h:ad tried many'
tings, bunt in vain. Your "Spavin Cure"
put the i>ot to the ground again, and, for
the first 1imhe since hurt. in a natur.il posi
tioni. For :1 ltmily liniment it excels any
thing we everI used.
Yours5 truly, REV. M. P. BE LL.
Pastor M. !-. Church, Pa:tten's Mills, N. Y.
KCENI.ALL's SPAYIs CURE is suire in its et
fes, mil in its action as it does not blis
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rech every deep seated pain or to remove
ay bony growthi or othie enlargement,
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sprins~. s~ wellings, any lamene ss and all en
larements of the joints or limibs, or rheu
ma]tismL : inmanLi or beast. It is now known
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ac ingv mihl and yet certain in its efTects.
iind ad -ss for lIhis: rated Circular wh ich
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Pr-'e i.25 R. -01.otenyyas rni
on . ati-sco. J. Snce wsrt. Sano
Fr:iePso.Nrla an SciatSca.
Spartas. CoutL.. e 0.Ca
Acesible efrmy tien u.H. on pateo
wpirl ach;v a EaI3AL R. R , ihet ny
ou the iofonveieces and tromle ar-n
$arr B. H wix Boxaies or Ther
.entoo Lireey ale ec of thne.
.iS o~R ta.Um, iTT.m fMT IT.
'or t:k no s..... Oi . o............. s our
'oraic eek cprighted).i..........e to 75
li ,or oim V ; er byl i...... ..... 1 15 ie
live0 ci .- e 0..a IWCt e :, Otjr ons, y l g
otW-AS, HB:UCoNE & oomS
At PIN G W TANR.
thereby'C I lwaysC kpn ovrty' it"J
4ro yordor s whoal
~ as tke' advantage.of.t.e.g..d..hances
>r mkn: onev tha . r.o.ere,;1ne 00
dirtu~ heeoie weafty, hil thoseU whSd
'r-. We wan maymn women bo and
.risto orkfor rghtin teirown13
[ililil Ilolil '. our dOt -r. 'i'hose xx ho '11
~*iy~~ take :!tiit:ige 01 tic g')ot.1 chances
c) r ifl:ii~i Ii~ !I10ll(V that nrc 0flc1~(I, gene
:tilv l)ct2OIllO WQ:t]~lIV. whilc those who (10
LOt llX1l)rOVC ~~cli chanCes rema~u in pover
~ V,* want lilalic ixten. women. boys and
'iris to woi-'- for u~ right in their own lo
alities. Thu b'siacs~ will pay more than . -
Utr(ce iViife & u'Gmurbi a JIaiIrr.cd.
t: :ter . Octvber 11. 1S. the
; Traiis V.I rul, as folloIs daily, Sun
ri - - - - 11.4 u in
- - - - 1:-.r," p
ry - . - - - 4.4 p m
- r. . - - - 1 - p mt
Vrry. - - - 4.w p in
e 4t.4 - - - CAj, p mn
ArriveC .u:tllia, - - - ti.(,i p In
ANi)F.I"N I\NClI AND BLUE I:!DGF.
Daily. except Sundays.
Leave i:elion at. 5.2) p in
Artierw:l 5;.4S p II
" 1'e:li!ton 6.24 p in
" 'e:rv iile 6.49 p in
lr:L-: S.ete . ;.15, n> l
Leave Wai:alla at. - - 9.35 a in
Le .v? -:eca. 10.06.a m
- l'erryfille. - - 10.12 a in
- n - - 1.45 a m
" A:!ier:wa.' - - 11 37 a mn
Arrive at Belton, - - 12.10 a m
Lauren.; I6ilroad Train leaves Laurens at 7.00
a nt. I.d 1. 5 p. In., and Newberry at 9.55 a. M.
Sut. .t ". in., daily except Su."days.
Abbevl1: Bran'ch Train connects at Ilodge's
with dt,.:n and up train daily, Sundays ex
ce:lc.. Leave Abbevii.e 12.40 p. m.; leave Hiod
ge 4 15 p. in.
Up :nie down Tr;ins on the main stem make
c:o-e ciiuect:ou at Columbia with the up and
dow i:v i's:.ler Trains on the Souih C:aro
iilna Itl:iroad and the through Passenger Trajk
(, t; Wilmiigton. Coiuinmbia and Au-sta
arilro::d; at Alson with tra!ns ofthe.Sp:._
bur:. Union :u:d Colinmbia Railroad; at,teca
with Citar!otte and Atlanta Air Line I;lty
froiu and to .Ath:ta for all feints.South
-L W- !'-Y Geupt.11
;. P..;:::nrr:Tn. Master Trtusport:t..
JAm:Z No::.. Genera. Ticket Afei.
500th f i -oi;1a tiaii'o:td C(hp;t
(iANGE OF SCHEDULE.
t n ":=i aifter October t3. I8S0, Pa&--er
T1':,-ims o1 -..is ro:Ld wili rua as follows,
ti V :IJw ....:bir .i ~
G;ING EAST 1? ULY.
-Lelve (olumblii:Lat - --31PM
A:-ive (':T:n in t - - - - 1u.t5 ?. M.
.\rrive Charieston at - -- 11.30 P. .\i.
*On Sund:tvs this train will leave Colum
l,ia 1. 15 P. \1.. a:wl: rive- at C1iare:ston at
GOTNG WES.' DAILY.
LeaLve C~harie.gon6 st - - - 6. A. 3:.
Ar iv.. CL:::u'i:t : t - - - 11.15 A. Y.
WVAY F :'IGi1T AND PASSENGER.
C OT1 .. sT D.ut.LCCEPT SUNDAYS.
'L_ vi Colui>: at - - - 5.15 A. 31.
.irrive C,:Ln1u at - - - - - 5 P. M.
.rr"ive Cha:rl_.ton at - - - 2.00 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEYT SUNDAYS.
*Le a- ( aIr lton at - - . 31.
L.:ave Augusta at - - - -...i..A. 3.
Arrive Columlbia at - - U.v5 P. 3.
*P::.-sengers taking these trains' change
car at Taneuivile to reach Charlston at
~..00 P'. 31.. or Columbia at 6.3-> P. 31.
-Lav Colu:nbia at - - - 9.30 P. M1.
.Arrive AuLgnit?at - - - - 30J A. M1.
A rrive Chanriestou at - - - 7.:i A. M.
GO.ING WEST DAILY..
LeanK Ch.arlestoni at - - 90 .M
! A- 'A nusa at - -- - - 6.00 P. M1.
.irrive Colum?bia at - - - 6.10 A. M.
The Greenvjill anid Night Express Trains
rim daily,x all o01her Trains da ily ex.ept Su;n
<!:t. S&Ceelung Cars are atta.cheu to Night
iCx p:res T *:ins-iwrtiis onlyv $l..1.5-between
Coluia.i' Ch1:iiesto:1 and -Angusta. .1
:turdaysv. atnelSun?days, round( tip tiek .ts
cls aefr thec raticd trip, good till on
day- nooni to re-a:rn. Connections - de
: Coluuia with C. C. & A. R. It. an G. &
C. It . to and fromn :tLI points >n1 each
ia;L atiarleston with Ste:iners or New
Y ork on~ W-:uesdays-and satwra:y t; alo
wi ' ::vannah & Charleston Railr ads to
ConnlctiIons areC ma3de. at AuctntI with
Gecor ia.:ilroad *aid Centrai R?ai: O:d to -
am romp al points~ South andi Wes.
Tho-t cke~ts canI be~ pu s %.to all
p)oints Soutli and~ Weg.tyyapplyin.g.to i
.A D S-8.cssixan. Agent, Col1umbl.
D). C. A LL EN, G. P. & T. Ag.
JOHNx Bs PECK, Gener-al Superintendent.
SPARTANBURS, INION & COL.UMBIA .A. R.,
SPAR~TANBTURG & ASREVYILLE E. R.
SPraTANBURG, S. X., Sep. 27, 1880.
On and aftrer the above date the following
Schedules wil!~ be run over these Roads daily,
Leave A!-ton..................3.00 p. mn.
" Union ............6 46 p. mn.
A rrive Spaxrtanburg.............S8.30 p. mn.
L2ave Spartanhurg......... ....1.30 p. m.
Arrive at Uendersonvilie........6..00 p. mn.
Close connection is made at Alston with
train fromu Columibia on Greenville & Column
'oia Road. At Columibia, connection is made
from) CharIeston, Wihimington and Augusta.
At Sp:aranhurg, connection is made at
Air Line Denot with trains from Atlamnta
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
At iiendersonvi!!e, connection is made
with a tirs: c!as: Line of Stages to Asheville,
arriving there the same evening.
Parties desirous of visiting Cm,ar's Head
or* or her points of interest can be provided'
tvi:h firs: cias co vex-nees from the Livery
Stables in' Hendersonville at reasonable
Wi'l le:ve Ha:drsnvile........6.00 a. mn.
Leave Spartanbur;g............10.10 a. mn.
Leave Unii..................12 10 p. mn.
Arriv.: a: .Alston................3.17 p. m.
T!? 2 .ari~s are in eXce!cent condition;
xux.,w ith first class Coache; p.rovided
with adi ecessary appliances for safety and
comfor0 t of Passengcrs. At Spairtanburg gid
Bezdeirsoaville the Hotel accommodations
are now amnple for a large '.aerease of travel.
fihey will be found well supplied with good
Ulali :fare at reasonable rates.
-JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
KiT..XEC . isu Iy recommended
,u%am:".ssed for WEAK or FOUL
.-eI~ : NRAVEL or IBLADDI)E
x ~: ~tx'z e Y EL LOWV FEVE R,
0. 1y-h- distiiution of a -ORKEST TP.AF with
- .mEl UE.ESad BARLEWY 3ALT wre have
vn I VTC EN, which' acts specule(Iy on the
rw ad ri.ary Orgt.ns, remo,vin dii in the
-a:.r. srfi.n, smatig, heat or irritation in
w:rer p:;sse."~s , iving them strength, V.igo,r and
vt h-yc '>r and eay iow ofurine. It can
sy:-.Ulik?e ..ny other preparation for 'i' ey
S., i:S i er de.sant and agreeable taste
rt :'.v . It e'. tr.nositive dia:-etle properties
Sw:un nucte. .Ladies expee'nity wiU
G. ,adCnttemen w!!!1 ird KIDNEGEN tha
.1 Kidney'Tonic ever us.ed! rI anro
Ti.-Th urtde bears thie sntrfLW
.1.NCG a. MARTIN. als a Propritary, Gorernment
-:.wh hemits KID 1EEN tos be sold (wit:out 11
:,o eR: de::.ercandother personsveywhere.
e.' up i Quai':e .&Xies for Genera2 and Family Use,
.WE'CE & MAR TIN. Prop'rs, Chicago, ill
.?) ~isa, Gruccr~ and Deai~z~ ever~w~