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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

r" - THE TIMES, NEAV BLOOMFIELB; PA., M AUCII 27,1877. THE TIMES. Ioal l)cphi'tneiit. PENNSYLVANIA B. B. HUDDLE DIVISION. On sud after Nnvrmliw ITth, Trlni run as follows I WESTWARD. EA8TWABD. WayMitll.Aoo.t PRINOIPAI, STATIONS. J'tn K. Mall Tr'ni All'. Ex. Miri. Acc. raMS, ir-n ir-u A.M. f.m.!. m. s.uoi :IA J.UO Barrlsbnnr, ItlKkvllll'. MsrvsvUle, puueaauou. Hull)'" Newport, Mlllerntowil, Tbonipsout'n. Mexico......... Port Koyai.... MlfTlin Lewistown J., Anderson's,... MeVeytnwn,.. N. Hamilton,. 1.(0 1.17 .m 12. HI 1H HI 19. N U. Oil 8. in u. liii S.H5 i.so in 7.63 7.H T.19 7.07 (.64 (.87 (X (. s.ia ax 1.41 7.5i 21 1.47 MA S.KS 9. (Ml s.s 1.04 I. i.m s.w IXI (.!(, J. Wl 10.291 411 (HI .in; T.SS, J.l, (.54 I0.0S B.4ai (.go 8. ml (.n! 11. fi ll 41 .4l 1.1H T.4 T.a s.M law S.(S (.an 11. M li. ml 11.04 8.00 (.Oh fl.16 8. si ltt.4) I.M 4.93 4.4! .M 6.2A I. If, P.M.! (.40 (.00 4.47 4 Id 11.14 II .40 13. as 1.16 l.ftfi 10.31 (.87! 10.10 (.871 8. mi; B.1M A.M.) iiiiiitniKUon,.. Tyrone Aito...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

THE TIMKS NEW BLOOM FI ELI), PA., MAKCH 271877. (bc loomfitlb (itfs. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We lnlt nnminmilosllons from ll persons wlwsre .ntriM,tiltn nmtlnrt proixirly hwUiniflwc w tht u. psrtmpnt. for Tu Tuutw. Buckwheat Short cake. Takv tint or four tPtt-tmv f "our milk, one tetoon of saleratuttdliwolved in tin) milk, (If the milk Is verygsotir, wore Hal.TfUus Is mjuircHl, togrtlM-r with a little Halt:) nilxup a tloogli with buckwliit fl(Hir,thl!kci ttuinyou would mix tncrame forsrlddle-onkcs, iut into a buttered dish mid put directly Into the stove oven and Imke thirty minute. It takes the place of griddle and short cake, nice with meat butter honey molasses 4fec. No shortening is used, and no need of setting your batter over night. Wet the top a little and warm It up next tneal if any is loft, It is Juft as good as when tirst made while irrill cakes have to bo thrown away. It Is also very good cold. Was the leauty of this cake known to the, majority of persons throughout the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

TUB T1MKS, NEW 11L0OMF1KL1), l'A., MAltCH 1877. ,7 REDUCTION IN PRICE 1 Cheapest and Best I THE HAniUSBUKO Daily and Weekly Patriot FOR 1877. To 11 new nubwcrlN-r nd to all prwnt nubm'rtbwi renewing thoir iuLweriptiomi THE DAILY PATRIOT Will be wnt tt the following into i 1 o!y, 1 yr, iottiKv prupaiil Soopit. (In elnb), j; (" . io !".'".!!!. 'm. m loopydurlnirtheiiwwioiiof the IiKlMnre luu 1 om.y, l ycwr, mid 1 copy, 1 yr. f either Hab- PKA H MONTHLV or UaKI'ER'8 BAXAH, HMUUtt lid on both WW THE WEEKL Y PA TllIOT Will be Bent the fntlnwlnfr rut- ( il copy, 1 ', pontaKepmrnicl , 200 4 oorfc. " 10 " " " 10.00 IA " " M and 1 copy tORftter-npof clnb 15.W Mcoitim, 1 year ps-ntta prepaid, and 1 copy to Kvtter.np of club , M.-tiO 1 onVi one year, and one copy, one year, nf either Harpkb'a Monthly or HARPun' Ba Zab, poetatre pr-npnid on both $4.10 The aaoeuriptlon price of Harpcr'a Monthly and Harper's ttivr.ar in S4 00 each, thus securing a auberri bor a copy of the Wkfki.y I'atbiot for 60...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 27 March 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOQMFIELD, FA MARCH -37,' 1877. PROF. TYNDALL'S WARNING. tn conolnding an address to the students of University College (London) 1'rof. Tyu dall, who is unquestionably one of the most indefatigable brain workers of 'our century, said, "taka, care of your health. Imagine Hercules as oarsman In a rotten boat ; what can he do there but by , the very force of his stroke expedite the tutu of his craft. Take care of the timbers of your boat." The distinguished scientist's advloe is equally valuable to all workers. We are apt to devote all our energies to wielding the oars, our strokes fall II rm and fast, but few of ns examine or even tuiuk of the condition of our boats until the broken or rotten timbers suddenly give . way and we find ourselves the victims of a calamity which could have been easily arolded by a little forethought. What be gan with a slight fracture, or perhaps even careless exposure to disorganizing iu rluennes, ends in the complete wreck of the life-boat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

HBi? iik JMHm giM' dpi - :::p i .. I ' ' ... ' i . j VOL. XL ISTEAV BLOOMimSID, TtJlSSr)A.Yf AJmL 3, lfifTT. NO. 14. T. H E T I M E S . An Independent Family Newspaper, 18 rUBUSnEI) BVBItT TUB31UI T R MORTIMER & CO. Subscription Prloe. - Within the County It 2.1 " " ' Hlx month To Out of the County, Including postage, 1 r0 " " " alx months " 85 1'or Tha Tim. A WIFE BY A FIRE. THERE was once a very great banker In London, who had a very line house In Portland I'lnce, and a very dirty old liouHe in the city ; and if the latter looked the Image of business and riches, the former looked the pletvire of luxury and display. He himself was a mild man, whose ostentation was of a quiet, but not the less of an active kind. His movements were always calm and tranquil, and his clothes plain ; but the former were stately, the latter were in the best fashion, llolditch ' was his coachmaker in those days ; Ude's first cousin was his cook ; his servants walk ed up stairs to announce a visitor t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

THE TIMES NEW BL00MF1ELB, PA., Al'ltlL 3, 1877. A WOMAN'S VOW. A LAWYER'S STORY. CONCLUDED. EVEHY professional niftn will umler itand me when I nay I whs glad to hear this. Hitherto the girl's w him and the murder apponred to me two event connected only by the accident of occur rence on the same day. Now there was but one mystery to solve. Whatever success I have bad In my practice has been due to my habit of basing my theories upon the known character of the parties Implicated, and not upon more palpable accidental cir cumstances. Left to myself now, I speedily resolved this case into a few suppositions, positive tome as facts. The girl had been present at the murder. Hue was net naturally reticent ; was in stead an exceptionally confiding, credu lous woman. Her motive for silence, therefore, must have been a force brought to bear on her at the time of the murder stronger than her love for Merrick, and which was still existing and active. Her refusal to meet her lover I readily Int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

'3 RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R.R. ARRANGEMENT OF rARBKNGKKTKAINS. November 2Sth, 1870. t BA1N8 LEAVE II AUIUSUUlttl A8 FOLLOWS i Fof New York, at 6.20, 119 . m. .00 and Knrtpmi'Adlhla, at 8.20, .10. 9.45 a.m.S.M) '"For"8 Beading. ' at 5.20, 1.10, 9.45 a. 111. 2.00 .1.67 and 7.ft6p. m. . . . For l'ottsvlfie at P.20. MO a.m.. and 3.17 p. ra.. and yla Beliuylklll and Susquehanna Branch Wr AUentown, at S.2S, 8.10 a. m., 2.00, 3.67 and 7. &it. m. ..,. . The 0.2O, 8.10 a. m.2.00 t. m. and T.Bo p. in. train have tlirouph cars for New ora. The 5.20, 8.10 a. m., and i.00 p. w. train bate through cars for riilladeluhla. SUNDAYS : For Hew York, at 6.20 a. in. ' For AUentown and Way Stations at 6.20a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way titatloul at 1.46p. m. THA1N8 FOB IIAItHISBrHO.IiKAVE A 8 FOL LOWS : Leave New York, at 8.45 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4Ap. m. Learn Philadelphia, at 9.16 a. ra. 3.40, and 7"lave Reading, at 4.40, T.40, 11.20a. m. 1.30.6.15 and 10.3ft p. in. Leave Fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

THE TIMES, ! NKVV.'BLDOIIFIELI), .TA.J AHUL13, ,1877. THE TIMES. Kew JiloomfleM, April .7, 1X77. NOTICE TO Al V KHTly KKS. No Cut orflterpntyiw will hp Inserted In this iair tnlnu llnht faun and on metal bMe, MT"Twiity iter relit, in excena of rwular raten, will DO onanrea lor auvprum'ineni senu nullum i;uiumu. , KOT1CB TO (HIWl'HIBERi. I.Mlt ittt Hin AiriirMt nn thn label nf vnnr limier.- f honeHtrniTR tell vou he rime to which jronr mib rrlpllon In IMtld. A 1IU111 wivkn alter monry In eut, If the ante In chatwil. No other receipt im noeMMy. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Information of tulvertlsersaiHl others who may be Interested In know Ing, we will stnte that the present circu lation of The Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. The Pt ate Bank nt Hmrlslmrg 1ms HUHjK'nded. The bnnk officers say they will pay all their liabilities and have a surplus. Ex-Mayok Oakky Hall who has lieen missing from New York for a eon jilc of weeks has been recognized am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

THE TIMES, ! NEW BLOOMFIELD; PA.',' APRIL 3, 1877J THE TIMES. I40&I l)cpkitiTcit. PENNSYLVANIA B. E. MIDDLE DIVISION. Oa ind sfter Hovwnlicr l?th, Trains run follow i WESTWARD. War Mail Am.'i l'nixrtPAt, PamTr'n Tr'n Stations. EASTWARD. riiiiMnAii'. Miri. Ex. Tr'n Kx. Auc. A. M. V JI. P. M. H.1HI 1 ." 6 3(1 S.lj l.W t to 8.21 1.47 I U 8.:W 04 8.1 H.IW I N t ill S.tH 1.88 6.6 9 2D l.Aoi 7.1" : 8.IK 7.3(1 9.4H 8. IS 7.48 t.M 8. S3' ) U 1(1 111 8.) 8.00 r.M.'v.M. 'P.M. 1 M 8.18 11. (i Harrlsbniv, Uockville. Jlarysvllle, Dnneannou, Unlly'n, , Newport, Millers town, Thompaont'n, Mexlrn 8..18 8.20 8.11 7.68 f.8S 7.18 7.07 8 64 8.37 8.83 8.28 1.17 7.6 I no! T.M) 19. M! 7.80 10. vim. 12.32 Ul 10.03 11.57! -W' 11.41! 8.16 ii m. it in' Port K yal.... Mitllin, ll.nj . .15 10.41 8.(4 11.14 4.M 11.40 4.47; 1S.30 t.2li- 1.18 M 1.K 7.111. f Anderson's,.., McVeytowu,., N. Hamilton, . . HuntiuKdnn,., ( Tyrone ! Altouuu Lewlftn iwn J., 11.(14 6.40 0.01 10.84 8.09 8.37 . Ill 1(1 4 47: ,; 4.1' 7.; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

0 TJIK 'TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., AVIUL 3, 1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. We InvW emrnnitntrstlnti from alt twnne whnsre iiitortiAiu insltcra properly linlimirlnic to tnw ae- Ttie Texas. Cattle Prince. A uiragih that M r. King, of TexiiH, the Urgent owner of enttlo In the world, hns lately iwtit 80,(H)0 rattle to market and ttmt seventy lierdnman wore re quired to cure for them, lias called atten tion to Mr. King's career, which la a most remarkable one. TIki name of this Texas millionaire, wyg the (!olumtus, Git., Enquirer, Ulchard King. The river men call him "Mftck." He was born In New York, and about the yetr 1840, came from Pittsburg to the Chattahoochee river as Btewnrdon the steamboat Tttllapoona. We are told thnt In those days, and years after, the average life of steamers on our river was three to four years, and that it was customary for the captains, who reHlded in the West, to carry their bouts to Plttslwrg for the summer for repairs, and return in the fall. They receiv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, 1A,( AHUM. 1877, Tho IMoomflold Times STEAM job office; IS THE PLACE TO GE T Plain and Fancy SALE BILLS, PAMPHLETS, LETTERHEADS, CIRCULAllS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, ? BILLHEADS, t&c, &c &c, &c. At the Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES B ALL SCALES. LB. M ARY'ANEKTH, I. W. DERB and JAMES H. UltIEK known as , "The Ball Scale Company," have now on hand a large supply o Buoy's Patent COUNTER SCALE, the Simplest, Cheap, est find bestConnter Scale In the market. For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Rail Scale Company," l'oltsvllle. Hchuylktllcounty.Pa. . For Scales or Agencies in this County, ap ply to the undersigned, where they can le seen and examined any time. S LEIBY & BRO Newport, Perry CO., Fa. FRANK MORTIMER, tf New Bloomfleld, Perryco.?Fa. ACARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indisaretlons ol youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 3 April 1877

TUB TIMES1 NEW'l)lX)OMi?lLB; TA;V Al'ttlli '.i, 1877; The Queen of Shop-Llfters. V. The Now York "Morcury"uays : Among I lie females now domiciled at the city's ex pense In the work-house on Illackweil's Island is Martha Ilargreaves, whose name 1ms figured prominently in some of the ureat crimes committed In this city. ' fthe is widely known to the 'detective police ns having been for many years one nf the most expert thieves that has evur operated here. Her history is one nfNatrauje adven tures and vicissitudes. During the Inst lifteeu years she has operated as a confi dence woman, shop-lifter, pick-pocket, " queer-shover," forget 'a assistant and "fence" for thieves. Her skill in the dark and various ways of crime made her a great favorite among the big professionals of the Eighth and Fifteenth Wards where she reigned like a queen. Dan Noble, the Lord bond robber, who is serving a long sentence in an Austrian prison ; " Dutch" lleinrich, the Aliens, and Hharkey, the fu gitive murd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

1 J VOL. XI. THE TIMES. An Independent Family Kewspnper, 18 PUBLISHED EVERT Tl'tBDAT BT r moutimer & co. Subscription Price. Within the County . tl 25 " " " HI x month T5 Ont ef the County, Including postage, 160 " " six months ,l . 85 Invariably in Advance I Advertising rates furnished upon appli cation. CHARLIE'S OPINION OF BABY. Muzzer's bought a baby, Ittlo bits of zing, Zlnk I mos could But blm Froo my rubber ring. Ain't he awful ugly t Ain't be awful pink? Jus come down from Heaven, Cat's a fib I rink. Doctor told anozzer Qreat big awful lie Nose ain't out of Joyent, Sat ain't why I cry. Zlnk I ought to lore him I No, I wont .so zere t . Kassy crying baby Ain't got any hair. Send me off wis Biddy , , Every single dayi . " Be a good boy Charlie, .Baa away and play." STEW BLOOMlIISLD, TUESELA.Y, APRIL 10, 1877. Dot all my nice kisses, Dot my place in bed, Mean to take my drumstick, And beat him on ze head. POPPINQ THE QUESTION.' THE subject la too interesting to be Introduce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELI), PA., AVItIL 10, 1877. MY TRADE WITH ASTOR. "B' kUT U HANDFATIIEIl, , what about your first business trans action with Astor V" one of us asked. Now, our much-bcloved grandfather had told us this story a hundred times, hut os It giwe him pleasure to repeat It, he regained his good temper nt once, and thus commenced i "Oh, about John Jacob Astor Y I know you have heard me tell the story before. Ah 1 he was a merchant In every Bense of the word. A fairer or squarer man you never came across, a trifle hot and peppery at times, but when he knew you, and he believed In you, he was the best and most liberal man to deal with I ever met with. It Is not true that he was grasping, and tried to crush out other people. It Is certain that he had that China fur trade all to hlmself,but once or twice I cut Into him, In a small way, of course, and he didn't mind It at all. Once I made a venture of some $5,000 worth of furs from this side to China, and brought home teas, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., AVltlL 10, 1877. RAILROADS PHILADELPHIA AND READING R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PAftfiHNGEll TRAINS. Xoveiiiberlsstli, 1870. THAIN8 LEAVE H AREIHBUItO AB FOLLOWS I For New York, at 6.80, B.10 a. m. 1.00 and 7.M p. in. For Philadelphia, at 6.20, .10, 9.4ft a.m.l.OO and 8.57 p. in. . For Heading, at 6.20, 1.10, 9.48 a. m. 100 3.57 and 7.B6p. m. . ..... For Fottsvlfie at 6.20. 6.10 a.m.. and 8,B7p. inland via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Branub. Vor Vlentown, at t.2s 6.10 a. in., 8.00, S.67 and 7. 66 m. ..... The 6.20,8.10 a. m.3.00 p.m. and 7.6o p. m. train hate through oars tor New York. TheHiJ, S.10 a.m.. and 2.00 p. m. train hava through oar (or Philadelphia. . SUNDAYS t For New York, at 6.2" a. nt. For Allentown and Way stations at 6.20 a.m. For Heading, Philadelphia and Way Stations at 1.45p. ni. i TBA1NB FOll H Alt KIHnriiO, LEAVE AB FOL LOWS i Leave New York, at 8.41 a. m., 1.00, 6.30 and 7.4fp. in. Leave Philadelphia, at 9.16 a. m. 8.48, and 7.20 p. ni....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

THE TIMES, .NEW, 11L00JI FIliLP, PA., A1TUI, 10, 1877. THE TIMES. New Bloom fletd9 April . 10, 1877. NOTICE TO AnVKIlTISEK. No Out or Htprontvpr ltNMnerted In thii ynvw an I pan WhM face aud ou metal bur. HrTwnty por rent in PTe of reirular rntra, will bechatvedforadvertieemfmUi eetiU Double Column. NOTICK TO SUIIHCIUBKIt!. I.nnk at the ftmirp nn the Inbnl nf ynur aper. Thmi heur'-fl (HI vnu ihn ilnin to wlilcli your mi b ri'iplltn la pnll. within B wwkR Alter moin-y in nt, ace If the Unto la vhauKcd. No other receipt neowHsar jr. OUR CIRCULATION. For the Informntlon of advertiser-sand others who may he Interested In know Ing, we will state that the present circu lation of Tnrc Times Is between eighteen hundred and nineteen hundred copies each week. The election In liliode ImIuikI litis resulted in the complete success of the entire Hcpublicuu Htate ticket, an event that has not occurred there for the past three years. Tun Phesidext has issued an order for the withdrawal of the U. N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, FA.,1 Al'IUL 10,1877. THE TIMES. Iotfil fDef tii?tincit.1 PENNSYLVANIA B. B. MIDDLE DIVISION. On and after November 17th, trains tin H follows l WESTWARD. Way. Mull Acfl.. Paa Tr'u Tr'u EASTWARD. PnirtctPAi, Stations. J'tn Rx. Mnlll AM.l MfTI. Tr'nj Ex. Aoo. A.M. P.M., P.M. H im, 1.39 6. MO (i. I J l.:w tM A. M. 8. 88 B.SO a. u l.M j.ia T.I9 7.07 e si 0.87 .8g .25 ItsrrlsbttrRy ' ltm-hvllUi. MaryavIHe, lluiu'auuou. Bully's Newjwirt, MlllcrKtown, Xlmmiwout'u. Mexico,....,... Tort Rural. .! Mifflin 1 l.ewlRtturn J., AlHleiHOll'S,.,, Ui'Vuvltwil . . P.M. 1:1? 1.IM1 r.M. i".m, I. m, 11.06 1.21 1 47 OKI T fUl n:. WIS .IH H.20 :a . KM In. in 10.43 J.IM W a.'.ii . i.hh! .M a. so! I. hi out i.n 8.111 7.41) 1.8a. t M .(M S.Mi I la. Ml J. 30 10.99 .M 10.03 12. IIS l'i S'J h.oii; 11. s; 11.411 11. Mi n. eta, 901 .! S 111 6 IA .I6 11. 04 ,! .'J i 1.40 S.M 1t.11 4.M1 10. M' H.ftfl SH 11.4-1 4 r 6 jr. N. Hamilton.. i Hi. HI 4 47 13.31 US' IMS .M. IluntiliKduu....t Tytci...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

0 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMITELB, FA, APRIL 10, 1877. HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Produeti from the Hog. In addition to the hams and eldes of wine, which are a distinct branch of the pork trade, and the united pork, we have" various manufactured articles. The cheeks are imioked and sold as "jowls," the feet pickled and sold as "trotters," or "souse," or more gen erally as "pigs feet." Then sausage ment entered the market, and Is now a large trade. The bristles of the bog are used for brushes, the fine hair or wool, washed, dried, and combed, Is used for the stuffing of mattresses ; the blood Is utilized for the making of prusslnte of potash. The trade In sausnge skins is large, and the entrails and bladders fetch a good price. The congealed grease forms the lard of commerce ; the oil ex pressed from lard is In constantdemand, while the stearin which is left Is utilized for candles. Of late years, tlie stomach lias been used for the preparation of jwpsln for medicinal use. Hog skins are used ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

7 r THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIED, PA;, APRIL 10. 1877. Tho Bloomfiold Times STJUA.M JOB. OFFICE) WEED AUCTIONEERS. TAMES CLEELAND J Auctioneer, Otters his services to the citizens of Perry and Jumberland counties. Punt office address, Sliermansdale, Perry co., Pa. W w w. D.HENRY, A UCTIONEER. IS THE PLACE TO GET Plain and Fancy SALE BILLS, PAMPHLETS,' LETTER-HEADS, CIRCULARS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, INVITATIONS, TICKETS, BILL-HEADS, &c, &c, &c, &c. Jit tlie Shortest Notice AND MOST REASONABLE RATES. B ALL SCALES. LB. MARYANERTH, D. W. DEKR and JAMES U. GEIEH. known as " The Ball Scale Company," have now on hand ? large supply of Buoy's Patent COUNTKK SCALE, the Simplest, Cheap est and best Connter Scaleln the market. For Scales, or Agencies in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad dress "The Ball Scale Company," Pottsvllle, sSchuylklllcounty, Fa. v For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap (plytothe undersigned, where they can be seen -and examined aay time...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. — 10 April 1877

THE TIMES ' NEW BLOOM 1111), VAl, Al'KIL 'l6,' ifctt! 8 A Perfect fiend. i Frntiz Pclinrnagel, of Newark, had ft grudge against a fellow-workman ins brew ery and tbe other night while bis victim was asleep, he poured coal oil over bitn, and then set the saturated clothing on fire. Tho result was death, poor Btahl being horribly burned, while his flmitlinh tor inoutor looked on and thought It a good joke, and was so inclined to consider It when put on the witness stand before the coroner. A more revolting and cruel case of murder has not ootno under our notice for a long time, and it shows to what a depth of villainy nmnn may be capable of descending. Rohariiagei seems to have had a penchant for exercising his cruel and barbarous proclivities upon his fellow workmen, and in one Instance dropped the elevator with a rush from the fifth story to the basement when two or three persons were on it; juet for "the fun of the thing," when the piobability was that they would either be killed o...

Publication Title: New Bloomfield, Pa. Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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