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CHIEMISTRY OF THE FAT
A lean cow or ox is in a
very different condition, chewically
considered, from fat animals of the
same kind. In the first place the I
poor animals consists of about two
thirds water, the fat one of only
half, that is, in total weight. A
fat animal is in a dry condition, a
poor animal is like some of our
bog meadows, very wet. When the
fattering process begins, water
commences to disappear, and fat or
suet takes its ploce ; and the in
crease in bulk during the process is
largegf. adipose matter. It is a
curious circumstance that, during
fattening, the proteids, or nitro
genous compounds, increase only
about seven per ce.t., and the bone
material or ~in6iganic substance,
only one and a half per cent.
The cost to a farmer of fatten
ing an ox is much greater at the
close of the process than at the
commencement; that is, increase
in bu.k or dry weight at that period
is much more costly. If it costs
three cents a pound for bulk foi
the first month after a poor animal
is put in the fattening stall, it will
cost five cents for the last month.
If, then, a farmer consults his
money interests, he will not carry
the increase in fat beyond a certain
point, provided he can tnrn his
partially fatted animals to fair ad
vantage. Farmers have, perhaps,
learned this fact from experience
and observation, and hence com
paratively lean beef abounds in
-sr - hl this is of ad
vdtage totr' rmer, it is very
diiarantageous to consumers of
the beef, for the flesh of a fat ai
mral in every case is much richer
in fixed, nourishing material than
that.of the lea.n, and it is never good
&'@ifomy to ~purchase lean beef.
It is better to purchase the poorest
parts of a fat animal tha.n the best
of a lean one. The best piece of a
a fat ox (the koin) coitains from
twenty-one to twenty-eight per
dent more fixed material than the
corresponding piece in a lean one,
:amtd reuriousty enough the worst
jdc,in the lean animal (the neck)
is the richest in nourishing mate
rial. *L The flesh of the neck im
prb-ves very much in fattening,
hence, economy considered, it is
the best portion to purchaxse, as its
value is in a measure a fixed one.
Horse flesh is as nutritious, con
sidei-ed as a food, as that of the or
or cow. The relation of nitro
genous to fixed material is rather
higher in a horse than in an ox,
an& the amount of water is less.
There is no good reason why horse
flesh should not be used as food.
It is prejudice alone which prevents
its employment. It is a regular
article of sale in the meat markets
of Paris at the present time.
[Journal of Chemistry.
HONEY AND WAX.-TO secparate
honey from wax, put honeycomb
and all in a-tin pan upon a miode~r
ately warm stove, adding a table
spoonful of' water to each pouLnd
of honey. Stir occasionally with
a piece of wire, until the cont.ents
of the pan are in a liquid condi
tion. iDo not allow boiling to be
gin. Remove the pan from the
fire and set it aside to cool. The
cake of wax, to which all impuri
ties will adhere, may then be care
fully lifted off with a knife.
HARICOTED BEAN SoUP. -Soak a
pinit of baricot beans in cold water
all night; p2t them into a sauce
pan with one onion; cut up
one carrot and one turnip ; a
teaspoonful of' salt ; a teaspoon.
mi of flour of mustard; half a tea
Is there ainy way of breakiig
1h. men1 habit of young bors--s
lyirg d-wn iii their harness ?
A sharp blow from the whip i
often given to make them spring
up, but this frigh111ens the colt av,.
is hardiv the hest way. A farmer
who has tried iL says it is better
to beat him at his own game.
Wnii he lies down keep bin>
:,ere until he is uneasy and glati
o ge up. This can be done by
putting the knee on the animal's
neck while the hands bold the
bridle pieces; then the colt som:
learns how powerless he is.
In five or ten minutes he will
usually give up arid allow the
man at bis head to enjoy the
vivtory; the ma1d look of the eye
wilt leave it; muscles will relax
thiAr tension and the whole body
will lose rigidity. This is tbe stage
of exbaustion, and, better still, of
submission. He has been beaten
and he knows it, and will never
try the same trick again.
- - - -
What is the best process of dry
ing sweet corn ?
Gather the corn at the most
suitable state for boiling-tbat is,
neither too old nor too green ;
take a thin slice off all around the
outside ot the ears with a sharp
knife, just enough to cut the top
from each kernel; then, with the
batk of the knife, scrape the ears,
taking all the inside of the kernels
and leaving the skins and bulls on
the cobs. This done, spread the
masr on plates and dry in a quick
oven, being careful not to scorch
it. When nearly dried, put it in
thin muslin bags and hang up
near the stove until thoroughly
dry. -Th.g-&4ver the muslin bags
with papers, to preserv.-0 from in
sects, and the corn will keep with
out further trouble until desired
What produces garget ?
Garget, or inflamnmation of the
udder, is a disease which arises
from several causes, either local or
constitutional, amongst the former
are counted all injuries done to the
udder, and not thorough 'stripping;'
amongst the latter are all irregu
Iarities of diet. A sudden change
to any food which from its nature
will increase the flow of milk is a
frequent cause of garget. There
fore, a sudden or injudicious allow*
ance of potatoes, green clover,
Swedish turnips or other feed ini
which water abounds, will be liable
to cause this disease, because all
food in which water abounds will
increase the flow of milk.
PIE CRUST.-MIX a little lard
with flour and water until a stif1
dongh is made; tben roll out,
spread on a little lard, sprinkle on
a little flour, fold over double;
repeat this rolling out two -or
three times, bandling as lightly as
possible, and keeping the layers
of shortening as nearly horizon
tal as may be; in this way a very
flaky and tender pie crust may be
made with but very little shorten
SPICED BEEF BAKED.-One ounce
of saltpetre, pounded floe ; rub it
well on a piece of' beef ; three
hours after rub half pound ol
brown 8ugar, and a little salt now
and then ; let the' meat lie in this
pickle over two days; then take
one ouuce of ground pepper, hall
ounce of mace, a few pounded
cloves; cover with suet and bake
in an oven. The spices must be
rubbed in well.
No animal should be required
to drink water which the owner
himself would refuse, and especial
lv so if that animal is the cow
from which you hope to make
good butter. It is sufficient otn
this point to say that pure water
is an indispensable article to the
sucess of the dairyman, for good
butter or cheese cannot be made
where good water cannot be ob.
in soldering' fruit, where tin
cans are used, and a tin man is not
con venient, putty. answers every
purpose, and is very easy to use.
It will not answer for tomatoes,
but does for anything else. After
filling the cans and wiping off all
partcles around the opening, put
on the cap, and press on the putty
to exclude the air.
TooTa PoWDE.-Prepared chalk
is the basis of most of the tooth
powders in use. This is mixed
with pulverized myrrh and orrie
powder. Pulverized charcoal as a
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NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, adjuining
HERALD Ofice. . Oet. 25, 43--tf
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Attorney at Law,
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Settees, Lounges, &c.
Cabinet Work of all kinds made and re
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Coffins made to order at short notice, and
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FiS' M8tallic Bulial Lases
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worth $125.'O, both of wnicha I will sell
very low. Call soon and examine. I will
rm tin here for only a short timze ; those
desirus of haviuig Pianos and Organs tuned
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,c the A brad ie Mallie Crz.ve Cover. It is
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wSut, J!dt we are now i;droucng Them;
for sle sindeh or club ra'm .
Aso, Te:-ritorial h'.:;: n:r Ce oftb
-:llo :n. tEGo nt , .iz:
Cli at:d s.-- spre!nmen -t-.'oin . Mar
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-iv 3:0..k i h larger h.an ever, atud among
w!ie1 hre, a tine fot of
Picture Paper .Weights, &c.
I arn propered !u take
uuping r. Elarging Old Pictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
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not pU. it off.
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Th- surest way i- 'o come at once ano
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PIINIX l W1KS,
COLUIBIA, S. C.
00[09MiTII & IND,
Have always onu hand
Stationary Steam -Engines
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
C AST.INGS of every kind in Iron or Brass.
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Bloilers of a~s good1 .cjuality and power. and
at a low rates as5 ctan be had ini the North.
We m:anta(4cture, also, the GiADDY IM
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commeniid for power, simnplicity of construc
tiOn. durability arol cheapness.
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(&twee'n Pool's HIotel and the Post Otlice,)
U.vn ed'eENT STO0Ck
of thie harn.cs~ a:I'I Sadalhe Manufwcory 01
Messrs. We'bb,, Jua'cs & Parker, I am pre
,Ared to do aIll kinids of work in this linre.
3..!so wiul keep on hatnd for sal.', HARNES$,
SADDLES, &e, HARNESS LEATHER,,
SuLIE LEA TilER, UPPER LEATHlER, &"'.,
'.f C!:e best and cheapest. REPAIRING
and all work done to order
t Cash Price~s and at Shortest
Apr. 1.3, 15-tf.
J EW EL LE R,
!s no;w to be foun~d ar, the store former;y
occpid . Jo&.n F Sp"ek, where he will
ita 'to a buine-' iu his In-'e with fideli
ofWi'R W.-GRANTE -TO G3IVE
A ug :s., 1 5--I .
One Hundred and
Fifty Bushels of AM
BER WH EA T, and~
One Hundred Bushels
of' WHITE WHEAT.
For Sale by
MAYES & MVARTIN.
Sejp 27. 0-if.
COME AND SEE
dimme% Star Seed Planter and'
] ' wil tae ple a-ure in showig it, and1(
renere i canu el yon one. Drill.s cotton
a s::.i) s and ,. ii s,ave yan labor all
IFau 1ine -;i ts .our gnat.Io
1. '. ar 4 0-. appar?, al'so pea3 Drilit
1T nmn :u off. Cove"ers cover
n i.No ca.'inig .about. the 1Ph:ter.
a .- - .e in,very Gour'ty.
A- 15. T!LL-A.
(c. ile & Columbia R-iHroad.
'!: Cugear Trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
em:ct.I wIm Nigt Traius on South carolina
n p ani down. Ou and after Mondaj, May '9,
t,, iilL.%ing u%ii be the Scheduie:
: . C,u l t.. . 7.4, a M
. -.. '... ... ....................... 9-20 a ri
" N .#bt rry .......................I . , a i
C.er.ury.. 217 p m
elton...... .............400 p m
Arrive Greenville. . 5.85 p M
Lvave irt v 'le ................. - . &- a -5
- Veitor..........................9.55 a M
Cokes bury ............................ U a
Arrh o ........................55 p
At;jtiQ1 soi ran'cb and Blue Ridge Wal Road.
Leave Viall.aali at .........................6.15 a ra
.. . . 7-0 a M
Ver .. 8.20 s r
861 a M
Arrife ar loi................9.40 a m
Leave Waltal at.. . . 6.p5 In
5.&-. p W
' Pendton 6.00 a M
" Perry . ilet ........ 6.3 P m
Arriwe at Walhlla.... 7.15 p =n
AocommuodatioU TraiDs ran on Abbeilie
b:L-,MoTdayr, Weaedays a:td Frt.ays. On
Akder4ou Bianch, between Belton a pd ATder,
-ou, C'utsditly*. i hursda.vs and Saturdas.&
I1H0,S. DODAME&AD, Gei'l Supt.
"Ar Fx NORTOW. General Ticket Agent.
SaLh Carina Railroad Company.
COLUXBIA, S. C., May 21, 1M7.
A;N com after tis date the Passenger Trains
oi. ,e South Carolina Rail Road Cill run as
DAY PASSENS.M. TRAIN-SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
ive Vumbia at................... 8 40 am
A -ne at Ch riestou at..,.. . . 4.2v p m
L e Chzarlesteit at . . . 9.00 a m
A rr ivv .Rt Columble at........................ 5.00 p M
NIGT T'iPRESS ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
i L-av-! Colidaat.....................7.15 p m
Le:-Ve Carile:.ton at................1m....710pm
&nive a! Columbia at... ...............6.8u a m
Caian Train will run through to Columbia
on Moaays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
L.-are Columbia at ................ 1 50p m
a- i v at Columbia It.................11 53 p m
S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENs. General Ticket Ageut.
WILMINSTON, COLUMBIA AND AUBUSTA R. Ra
G 4NXAL 1',asNGM DzrARTxExT,
Co.uxnra, S. C., :ivemnber 19.1876. 1
The followng Passenger Schedule will be ope
rated o.: and after this date:
D. Passeger Train-North and East.
Lcaive 'o;unbit, - - - - 8.'.0 A. m.
.Aivt Sumter, - - - 10.20 a. M.
Florence, (Dinner) - - 1240 p. m.
Wilmington, - - - 6.00 p. W.
Tbis train connects at Camden Crossing with
tha Camdeu Train, and at Florence with trains
ion Cheraw and Darllogton and North-eastern
Rliilore.,ds. At WilMingtoz with through trains
for tue No4t. Mail an express matter carrid
South and West.
Lea.e Wilmington, - -s - 12 5s p. m.
Arrive Fle:nington, (Dinner) - 2 25 p. i.
F;orence, - 550p W.
Columbia, -- - -- 10.80 p. mn.
ou:tsat Colum'bia with train for Chair
N .1ht Passenger Train-North and East
Lve' u.:umbia, - - - - 980 p. mn.
Arri-:ee Sumter, - - - - 11.56 p.ma.
Firence, - - - - 2.10. a. mn.
W ilmington, - - - 7.256a..
South and West.
Leave Wiilmington, - - - 8.05 p. mn.
.t.rive F;oren.ce, - - =1235 p mn.
Co3umibia. - - - - 5.10 a. mn.
Pubimnan sleepers on all night trdas.
JA MES ANDERSON,
A. Po)z, General Passengerand TicketAgent.
Charlotte, Columila & Augusta R.R
GJCJERAL TIcEET DEPAR.TxgT?,
Cotrxla, S. C., Nov 19, 1876.5
The ftlowving Passenger Schedule will be t,pe
ratedi Con and alter this dlate:
Ma iL EXPEsa--GOING KORTE.
Love~ Augus:ta.................620 P. M.
Lo-e Coumbia............... ..10.2 P. M.
Arive~ C:arlotte........... ....... 4 54 A. f.
MAIL EXPMESS-GOING SOUTR.
Leave Charlotte.................10.55 P. K.
Leave Columbtia.................4.4o A. Ef.
Arrive .rugusta.................. 9.30 A. K.
JAS ANDERSON. General Sup't
A. Porn. Gen. Passenger ad Ticket Agent.
SPARTANBUR6 & UNION RAL. ROAD,
1'ie tfodow ing Passenger Schedule will be ope
ratedi on and after Tuesday, June 6th, 1876:
ID.av:nward-Mondav, Wednesday and Friday.
Upiwa.rd-Tuesduay, 'thursday and Saturday.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
Sp zranuurg.. .in .] . n
l'teulet..........l10.201.2 22 20
Jr.esville...... 1.55 .' .s so
U io.nvi;ie....11.465 21 .. 25 2
.,antuc.........12.551.O 121 1.0
SihDton....1.50 2 1.0.mI
ES esior...... .532005 5 .
L~ eaYrd 2252.0.2 10.4 28.0
St~ohers.~.. 461.50 1026 10.30
o3.. .45 9.38
Close cor.nection made with Greenville and
C'umnbh Trains-Stages atTrains on strival in
'S .rtan burg. to convey Paseengers to Glenn's
o* Gero.kee go,ts samne evening.
W .t DAVIES. Superintendent.
L.m R . R. ScEEDUI.E.-The LaureRS
T; ai. u ma- es ueedon with the Greenvil!e
p c.'er~ on: rucadays, Thu.rsdays~ and Sat
u !.ws, a.d leaves tic head of the Road at
8 o'lc A. M., and retarning leaves New
h r-y tuner the dow'u Greenvitie passen.ger.
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