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GReWIlNG ROOTS QUICKLY. s
The common garden radish furn- i
ishes an excellent example of the c
advantages of raising an esculent '
root as quick as possible. If the C
seed is sown on poor soil early in a
the spring the growth of the plants f
will be very slow and as a conse- f
quence the roots will be tough,
stringy and rank flavor. If, on the I
contrary, a rich, warm soil is pre- t
pared-for them, the seed sown after
the cold spring rains are over and E
young plants cultivated as soon as e
they are of a sufficient size the a
roots will be juicy, crisp and of a
mild and agreeable flavor. Unless
radishes have attained a sufficient
size for the table within five weeks
from the time the seed is sown they
will scarcely be fit for eating. In
France and Holland wLae great at
tention is devoted to raising radishes,
special pains are given to maturing
them as quickly as possible. Sand,
pulverized earth and fine well rotted
manure are mixed together to form
a soil, while the best temperature
for hastening growth is obtained
by the employment of glass as in a
hot bed. As the radish is almost
the only esculent root that is eaten
raw, there are special reasons for1
raising itin such amanner asto in
sure its beeing juicy and tender.
But roots that require to be cooked
before they are eaten, as turnips,
beets, parsnips and carrots are an
perior zsImost ain proportion to the
shortness of time in which they
are raised. If turnips and beets keep
up a slow growth .during several
months they will be tough and
stringy, and the former will have a
rank taste. If a drouth occurs dur
ing this period of growth, these
roots will be composed in part of
fibrp so hard that it will not be
renaered sufficiently soft to be di
gested even if boiled for several
hours. Long cooking tends to de
stroy the flavor and nutrient quali
ties of all vegetables. The quicker
any'vegetable can be cooked by
boiling, .the better and more nutri
tious it will be. Vegetables that
have been grown quickly may be
quickly cooked and will accord
ingly be of fine flavor and of great
value for human or animal food.
WlIisis true of edible roots is also
true 4t6thom.iinds of vegetables
whose edible portions consists of
sinaleaves, head, bud and seeds.
The quicker asparagus, lettuce, cab
bage, string beans, shell beans and
pes4lae-gownl the more exeellent
they will be. Cabbage which is
quickly grown is crisp and of agree
able flavor, and is delicious when
eaten raw in the form of cold slaw.
If it' is slowly grown, however, it
will be tough, of somewhat rank
flaver, and a considerable amount
of cooking will be required to ren
der it digestible. The excellence
of green peas and beans largely de
pends on the shortness of time in
which they are grown.- The sweet
corn grown and canned in ahigh
northern latitude is preferred to
that produced 1arther south, prob.
ably for the reason that it is ma
tured more quickly. If green corn,
pes and beans are quickly pro
duced they may be readily cooked
by stehming, which is better than
boiling as a means of preparing
them for the table, as it extracts
none of the soluble matter they con
BAKED TOmr~oEs.-One can of to
mnatoes, stale bread, crumbled fine,
one tablespoonful of butter, pepper,
salt, a little chopped parsley and a
white sugar. Drain off two-thirds
of the liquor from the tomatoes
(the rest can be saved for to-mor
row's soup). Cover the bottom of
a bake-dish with crumbs, lay the
tomatoes evenly upon this bed ;
season with pepper, salt, sugar and j
parsley, with bits of butter here i
.a thre Strew bread-crumbs I
FRIED POTATOES.-Raw potatoes.
eel, cut in rings the thickness of
shilling. or cut in one continuous
having: throw them into cold
rater until you have sufficient;
train on a cloth ; fry quickly in!
>lenty of hot fat and with as little
olor as possible; dry them well
rom the grease, and sprinkle with U
alt. When nicely done, and piled n
p properly, they make a fine side
Lish, which is always eaten with
reat relish. Or' cut a potato 1
engthwise the size and shape of
he divisions of an orange, trim D
hem neatly and fry them; they are
,n excellent garnish for meat.
)old potatoes may be cut in slices
omewhat less than an inch thick, a
,nd fried in like manner. They
an also be fried with onions, as an
ccompaniment to pork chops, E
liced cod, red herring, or with a
asher of bacon. Another nice way
D to boil them and let them be
ome cold, then cut them into
ather thick slices. Put a lump of r
f fresh butter into a stewpan, add
little flour, about a teaspoonful h
or a moderate-sized dish ; when the "
lour has boiled a short time in the
>tter, add a cupful of water and a
ittle cream ; boil all together ;
hen put in the potatoes covered
vith chopped parsley, pepper and
alt ; stew them for a few minutes,
nd then take them from the fire 3
nd send to table.
Ro&;T TUxEY.--Rinse out the p
urkey well with soda and water, C
hen with salt, lastly with clear n
vater. Stuff with a dressing made !
>f bread-crumbs, wet up with but
r and water and season to taste.
stuff the craw and tie up the neck.
ill the body and sew up the rent.
need hardly say that the strings
re to be clipped and removed af
er the fowl has been roasted. Tie
he legs to the lower part of the
)ody that they may not "sprawl"
is the sinews shrink. Put into
he dripping-pan, pour a teacupful
>f boiling water over it, and roast,
asting often, allowing about ten
ninutes time for every pound. Be
~areful not to have your oven too- g
iot-especially during the first half
i'our or so. The turkey would, (
therwise, be dry and bu.akened on
he outside and raw within. Much ~
f the perfection of roasting poul.- -
ry depends upon basting faithfully.
oil the giblets tender - a little
vater. When the turkey is done,
et it where it will keep warm; ;
~kim the gravy left in the pan ; add
little boiling water ; thicken
ightly with browned flour ; boil
ip at once and add the giblets
ninced fine. Season to taste ; give
another boil, and seid to table in a
Em&i SPRING PIGs.-Pigs of ei
her of the improved breeds that ,
ire farrowed in March or early in
Lpril can, if properly cared for and
ed from birth, be made to weigh o
rom one hundred and fifty to two 1
mndred pounds by the time they t
re eight or nine mcnths old; while
hose dropped later must be kept s
>ver for another year, and then ci
>robably not weigh much more, if a
is much. The reason is plain : e
[the same feed given to a youngh
owing animal will produce double k~
~he weight it will when fed to such o
is have gotten their growth. It i
ollows,. then that a man who feeds ~
is hogs for fifteen or twenty a
nonths may find it unprofitable, t
vhile he that pushes them ahead t1
or the first nine months after birth h
vill develop them the sooner, and
herefore makes money by the op
iration. The same advant.age re
ults from feeding cattle, the dif-a
rence in the gain between feeding a
roung and old animals being enor- b
nous. It is always best, therefore, g
hat pigs should be farrowed as g
early in the spring as possible, and
hose coming in summer or autumn D
>e sold as roasters.
SEwED CON.-Stew one quart
f canned corn in its own liquor,
etting the vessel containing it in
in outer one of hot water ; should
he corn be dry add a little cold
ater ; when tender pour in enou.gh
nilk to cover the corn, bring to a
>oil, and put in a tablespoonful of
utter rolled in flour, and salt to o
aste. Stew gently, stirring well,
hree or four minutes and turn into S
deep dish. Keep the vessel con
aining the corn closely covered '
vhile it is cooking; the steam fa
:ilitates the process and preserves
he color of the corn.
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eas ahura ber okingstharem, oc
hasaot themayb n muity, ails
aseaotte, n unit
.,-...,1 Wb~rn vsii~e~ mr them i-mt
N 25CTS. AND S1 BOTTLES.
Its properties are Demulcent, Nutri
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om'oining all these qualities, it is the
Lost effective LUNG 3ATSAX% ever
Yered to suffrs pulmonaxy
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
Nev York, voluntarily indorses it.
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
- TUTT : New Yo k. Se pt., 1., 1877.
Dear sir-During this year I v. i ed ;ie tiu:dred
MeS of lung i sie-'se. In t.Le 1,.%%r w rds of the
ty the c. ses w cre o a very scve.o ty: e. I: was
ere ny : tten i%n w--s called to Tutt's Fx;iocturaLt,
id I conwess:;y sarpria at its woriivr.- u cr.
uring a practice ot twentty yeaLrs. I have wev-r
iowa a medicine to act as promnqt6y. aid w: a such
'ppy effects. It instantly.subdue. tiio most vi
3 of coughing, and invariaiky curu. the diseaoe i
ew days. 1 cheerfully unrg t as'tie best jung
edicine I ever ueW.
J. :.ANCIS AYWOOD,.M. D.
NEWSPAPER PUS. WRITES.
oficu, Evening News, AugustL, Ga.
r. TUTT: Dear Sir-MylitLle son, was attacked
ith pneumonia was. inter, whiA. lei:, hiant uit a
sleut cough, that lasted till within a nkonth since,
r the cure oi which I an indebted tey-ur valuable
:pectorant. I had tried most every t.ig recm
ended, but none did any good until I used your Ex.
wtorant, ona bottlo ot wHich removed the cough
irely. With many thanks. I U.I.-yours traly,
Had terrible NICHT SWEATS.
Memphis, F-ib., 11. 1vl.
'r. TUTT: Sir-i have been saiosj::: rr i.e tiry two
ars with a severe wough. When I c::i:ueiLd ta.
bg your Expectorant I was reduced to one h.1dred
d sixteen i,ounds in weight. I h.al tried alnust
eryth ig: had terrible ni.4ht sweats. I havetae
ilf dozen bottles. Tbo night awer ts hav lei t me,
.e coug1 hr.s disappeared. and I h ve,ained fti
>unds in is:i. I recomm-nend i: to aii iy inends.
Wi:h great:espect, OLIVER RICE.
Reader, have you canght a cold ? Are Yon un
>le to raise the phlegn? i v you_ an irrit
on in the throat ? A S:.s Ut oppresin on
le lungs, with sbort breaz::- ) you have a
t of coughing on lyin down ? A sharp pain
ow and tiien in the re"io0!t t lear , 0!otil
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ie Expectorant. place a hot irou to the feet,take
No of Tatt's Pills. YouN will soon fal into a
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)ugh gone, lungs working Ireely; easy breath
ig, and the bowels moving in a natural manner.
o prevent a return of tese symptoms use the
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he citizens of Newberry are respectfully
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7 Oct. Rose-1 9 Stops. Hand- I 7
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Are NO sMaLL srn--AGENCIEs,
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Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
On and after Monday, November 3. 1879. the
Pas,enger Trains aill ruu as follows daily, Sun
Leave CoTumbia. - - e - 12.00 m
- . - - - - 1.34 p m
" Nw %berry, - - - - 2.34 p in
" !!cdes. . - - - 510 p m
" eiton. - - - 6.33 p in
Arrive (:eeuville, - - - - L.42 p m
Leave ..eenvile, - - - -.(5 a in
- m. - . - - 9.15 a m
" !,1_es. - - 1! 8 a in
" ewberry, - - - 1.11 p mn
Aitn. - , - 227 p m
Arrive ('lumbia, - - - 3.46 p in
AN DE1,- N lI;AN('iI AND BLUE RIDGE
Daily, except Sundays.
Leave felton at. 6.40 p m
" Anderson 7.22 p is
" Pendleton 812 p m
Pe: rv;iile 8.47 p mn
Arrive at Walhalla 9 27 I+ m
Leave Walhaila at, - - 6.00 a m
-- Perryville. - - 6 40 a in
" 'eidleton. - - 7.2' a m
" Anderson, - - 8.10 a in
Arrive at Belton, - - 8.47 a m
Laurens Railroad Train leaves Laureus at 7.00
a in. and Newberry at 4.00 p. in.. daily except
Abbevi!le Branch Train connects at Hodge's
with down and up train daily, Sundays ex
cepted. Leave Abbeville 9.20 a. m.; leave Hod
ges 5 15 p. in.
Up and down Trains on the main stem make
c!o,e connection at Columbia with the up and
dawn day t'assenger Trains on the South Caro
lina lailroad and with the through Freight
Trains. with Passenger Car attached, on the
Wlmnngton, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
and at Alston with the trains of the Spartan
burg. Union and Columbia Railroia for Union,
Siartanburg, Iiendersonville. Asheville, &c.,
R. H. TEMPLE, Gcn'l Supt.
J. P. .MEREDITH. .Master Transportation.
JABEZ- No:TON. General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after November 30th, 1879. Pas
"enger Trains on this road will riun as fol
lows. (Till further notice.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave (:olunbia at - - - 4.15 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - '' - 8.15 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - -. P. M.
Leave Charleston at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - - 7.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - 11.50 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAINS.
;Leave Columbia at - . . 5.30 A. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 1.20 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.15 P. M.
Arrive Augusta at - - -- - 3.40 P. M.
*Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 A. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.37P. M.
*Palssenlgers eaving Columbia or Charles
toni on these trains have to change cars at
Biranehville to reach Charleston at 2.15 P.
M., or Columbia at 5.37 P..M.
NIG11T EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.30 P. M.
A rrive Au u.st at - - - - 8.35 A. M1.
A rrive Charleston at - - ; .- 5.50 A. M.
Leave Charleston at - - - 9.00 P. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - - -7.40 P. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 6.5 A. M1.
The Night Express Trains will run daily.
All other trains wvill run dlaily except Sun
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express. Bherthis 0only $1.50 to Charleston or
Augu -ta. This train makes sure connee
tionis at Charleston wit-h New York and Bal
timore Steamers on Wednesdays and Satur
days; also. with Florida Steamers on Tues
(lays and Saturdays; alsoL with 7.00 A. M.
train of S. & C. R. R., for Savannah and Flor -
ida points. Connections made by other
trains at Augusta with trains froma and to
that point,; also, with all trains from and to
D). C. ALLEN, G. P. & T. A.
JOUN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
A. Bi. DESAt:ssURE, .Agent, Columbia.
SPARTANBUR6, UN!ON & COLUMBIA R. R.,
SPARTANBUTRG & ASIIETILLE R. E.
On and after the 1st January, 1880, Pas
senger Trains will run daily as follows, Sun
Leave Hlendersonvile...........5 00 a. mn.
" Spartanburg..............9.30 a. mn.
"Union...................11.20 a. mn.
Arrive at Alston...............1.30 1. mn.
Passengers by this train from Henderson
ville~ make connection at Spartanburg with
Passenger trains on the Air-line for Char
lottc and A tlanta; and connect at Aiston with
G. & C. Trains in both directions for Green
ville and Charleston.
Leave Aiston............... ..2.20 p. mn.
" Union .................5 10 p. mn.
Arrive at Spartanburg........ ...7 00 p. mn.
Leave Spartanhurg, via S.&A.R.R 12.30 p. mn.
"Tryon City................2.40 p. mn.
" Saluda............3 35p. m.
" Flat Rock................4.5p. mn.
Arrive at Henudersonville........4.30 p. mn.
Connect at AIston with G. & C. Passenger4
trains from Greenville and Columbia; con
nect at Spartanburg with Through NTight
Train on Air-Line, North.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
'Or anate Sptembter lst the following
Tickets will he on sale at all the Ticket Sta
tions on the Greenville and Columbia Rail
1,000 MILE TICKETS, at.Three Cents
per mile, good over the G. & C. R. R., and
ROUND TRIP TICKETS from any Sta
tion on the G. & C. R. R. and its branches
to any Station on the same ,good for Three
Days, at Three Cents per mile.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS from all Sta
tions on thme G. & C. R. R. and its branches
to Gharleston, good for Eight Days, at
Three Gents ner nmile.
JABEZ NORTON, Ja.,
General Ticket Agent.
R. HI. TrEI.':, Genieral Superitntendent.
Sep. 8, :0-tf.
Ilarnaess and Saddles. -
F. N. PARKER,
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, .TONES & P ARKER,
:Between P'ool's Hotel and the Post Office,)
Having hought the E NT I RE S T OCK
>f theC llhrness and Saddle Manufactory of
~Iessrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
mared to dho all kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
sADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
O0LE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
>f the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
and all work done to order
It Cash Prices and at Shortest
Apr. 15, 15-tH