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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 for saddle seats ; In China they
are made Into shoes. Pigs' tongues are
sometimes shipped. What Is left of the
pig finds use as manure. We thus find
the meat and fat used for and in the
preparation of food, as well as the heart,
liver, and tongue ; the hoofs for glue ;
the hair, skin, entrails, ( in part, ) and
blood for manufacturing purposes, and
the refuse for manure. What wonder,
then, that the pig is such a standard
article of farm productions.
A lady sent an exchange a recipe for
bread making, which reads as follows: 1
In the evening boil five or six good
sized potatoes, pour water and all over a
saucerful of flour, stir with a spoon un
til I can bear my hand In ; pour cold
water enough to make it milkwarm. I
then put In a teacupful of liquid yeast,
put my hand in and stir and work It for
twenty or thirty minutes ; cover up and
set by the stove or some place to keep
warm all night. In the morning it looks
like Boapsuds; take out a tumblerful for
next baking. You understand that this
is thin, and as much as I want to make
I thicken as thick ns batter and let it
raise again. I woi k it down twice, the
third time use no Hour after mixing, but
grease my fingers and work it and put
it in the pans to rise for baking. When
I want to make extra white bread I burn
alum and mash up a tablespoonful and
sprinkle on the board with a little flour
and work the dough in before putting in
the pans, but don't think It good for the
To a knuckle of veal of 0 pounds, put
7 or 0 quarts of water ; boil down one
half ; skim it-well. This is better to do
the day before you prepare the soup for
the table. Thicken it by rubbing flour,
butter, and water together. Season with
alt and mace. When done add 1 pint
new milk ; let it just come to a boil;
then pour into a soup dish, lined with
macaroni well cooked.
New Rice Pudding.
Mix four large teaspoonfuls of rice
flour with half a pint cold milk, and.
stir It Into a quart of boiling milk until
it boils again ; then remove, stir in butter
the size of an egg and add a little salt;
let it cool and add four eggs well beaten,
two-thirds cup of white sugar, grated
nutmeg, half wineglass of brandy or
other flavoring ; bake in a buttered dish
twenty minutes. To be eaten hot with
CaT To clean lace curtains without
washing them, shake the lace gently to
remove the loose dust ; then spread a
dean sheet on a table and lay the cur
tains one above the other, M-ith a plenti
ful sprinkling or unsifted corn-meal or
bran between them. Then roll them up
snugly, and put away in a safe, dry
place for a week or ten days ; then shake
the bran out, and with a moderately
hot iron press out the wrinkles, and
your curtains are as nice as new.
gir White-rose blankets can be washed
well by first making a good warm suds
with common brown soap, and after
rubbing and working the blankets well
in the suds, rinse well in quite hot
( water. Rub no soap on the blankets.
If left to soak some hours in the warm
uds, then add more hot water when
ready to wash or rub them, they will
wash better and easier for it.
Hasty Lemon Pie.
Make and bake an undercrust. Mean
while, put in a nice stewpan, juice and a
little grated peel of one leroon, one cup
of sugar, one teaspoon corn starch,
yolks of two efrgs, and a small piece of
butter. Htir this till it boils, then pour
into the crust. Heat whites of the two
ggs to a foam, sweeten und flavor a
little: pour it over the pie, and brown
Jightly in the oven.
B LATCH LET'S
Improved CUCUMBER WOOD
PUMP, Tasteless, Durable. Kf.
tloleiit and Cheap. The best
Fiimn for tlm lpust monev. At
tention Is especially Invited to
Blatohley's Patent Improved
Bracket and New Drop Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn
without removing the Pump or
disturbing the Hut. A I ho, the
Copper Chamber, which never
cracks or scales, and will nut last
any ot her. For sale by Dealers
everywhere. Bend (or Catalogue
CHAS. O. IU.ATCHLEY, Manufacturer.
6 37 ly 606 Commerce t, Fnilapelphta, Pa.
Do yon want BOOTS ol any kind?
It so, call and see the
NOW OFFERED BY
F . MOHIIMEH,
Neiv Pension Laiv,
UNDEll an act ol Congress approved March 3,
1H73, widows otollicers who were killed, or
1 ltd of ;iKiiw contracted In the service, lire how
entitled to t2.uo per month for each of their chil
dren. The guardian of a minor child of a soldier who
heretolore only received ts.tKi per mouth pension
Is now entitled to III), per moth.
Holdlers who receive Invalid pension" can now
have tlielr pensions Increased to any sum or rate
between 8. and SIS. per month.
Soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers who lost sons In the serv
ice upon whom , ley were dependent for support,
can also obtain pensions.
The undersigned having had over 10 years ex
perience in the Claim agency business will attend
promptly te claims under the above act.
Call on or address
Attorney for Claimants,
2tf. Perry Co., Pa
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"yy I L LI A Mm78UTC IT "
Justice or the leae,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOIl, .
New Bloomtleld, Perry County, Peon's
l,.?8I??el2,a,.!ent.lo"PRl, to Collectlonii of all
Hindu. Deedj. Bonds, Mort(?aReand Agreements
neatly executed. Tliitf
FATIGUE OR INJURY.
The most complete method of propellitiK the
sewing machihe. It saves four-fifths tlie labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical Injury t en
dorsed by the medical fraternity. It van lx at
tached fo any ordinary ewlii 'inaelilno without
I'einov'nv the machine from I lie lioow. No sew.
Intr machine ahould be used without tills Im
portant attachment. Send for our circulars,
wlilet- exiiiRiiia tlie principles. Adilrets,
NEW T0BK TKEADI.E MFU. (U
lyr. (A Voi-tlitndt (Street, IV. Y.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 123 MARKET BT.,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch 8treot,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
218 NORTH WHARVES,
AVID. J, HOAR & CO.,
HOAR McCONKETf CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
ia MARKET 8THEET,
QUNNINGHAM.GLEIM &. C0.,
Wbolrsalb Dialers in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NttHTH FIFTH 8TKEET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Hatting, Twines, &c,
And a line assortment of
WOOD ami WILLOW WA11K,
No. (2il Market street, abeve 4th,
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
PURE SWISS GREEN.
White Lead and Coler
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St.,
gMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On HtQH Street, East or Carl'bls St.,
New Bloomfleld, Penn'a.
THE subscriber has built a large and commo
dious Shop on High Ht., East of Carlisle Htreet
New Hloomtleld. Pa., where he Is prepared to maa
Of every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
bullttnorder, and finished In the mostartlstlcand
Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the best city Work, and much more durable, and
atmuchuore reasonable rates.
f DMITRI, 8MfTH
TOB PniXTINO of every description nontlv
JJ D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
. And Dealers In
WALL. PAPElt, ETC,
No. 430 Market Street,
EIGLER & SWEARINGEN'
- . Successors to
8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER ft CO.,
Importers and Dealers IB
and ever; variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 86, North Fourth Street.
PHILADELPHIA , PENN'A.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POTTS' & CO.,
And Dealers la
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always ob hand, and made to Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
. Publishers of 8anders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Historyof
the United States, Felton'sOutline Maps.&e.
gARCROFT & CO.,
Importer and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, &c,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
JEW. T. MOUL,
Weimer, Wright & Watkin,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
I'll IL.A1) 1 1 1 .
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Importers ahd Jobbers or
923 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, ERITTON ft Co., .
No. 505 MARKET STREET,'
PHILADELPHIA. T 10
JLOYD, SUPPLEE LwImT
No. 625 Market Street.
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THE UNION,")
JOS. M. FEHER, Proprietor
817 & 819 ARCH STREET,
$2.60 Per Day.
-HIS HOTEL being centrally located, aad hav
X Ing been entirely bbtitted, It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired'
JJNDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED 1!
Giving Double the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
Everybody who sees them are
The Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
EST STREET HOTEL,.
Nos. 41, 43, 43 & 44 West St.,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO
ROOMS 5ft and 75 cents per day. Charges very
MODKBATE. The best meats and vegetables in
the market. BEST BEDS In the City.
; 17 lyH B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney at-Law,
New Bloomlield, Perry co.. Pa.
Mr Office Next door to the residence of Judge
AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtleld, Perry county. Pa.
fctf" Office directly opposite the Poet-Ofiioe,
and adjoining the Mansion House.
ATTORNEY AT A, AW.
NEWBLOOMFIELD, PERRX CO..PA.
Claims promptly secured and collected
Writings aud ail legal business carefully attend
ed to. 82 yl
JAMES H. FERGTjSON, Attorney at-Law,
WOfBce Market Street, near the Square. 85 f
HARLES U. SMILEY, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomheld.s Perry Co. Pa.
. Office with 0. A. Barnett, Esq., on High
Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte
riaa Church. August 20, 1872.
JBA1LY, Attorney at Law,
New Bloomlield, PerryCo.,Fa-
Office opposi te the Mansion House and nex
door to the Post-OfHce.
Refers to B.McIntlre, Esq. June27,1871.
"TTM. A. BPONBLER, Attorney at-Law, '
TV Office adjoining his residence, on East.
Main street, New Bloomlield, Perry co.. Pa. 82 ly
JOHN G. 8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloomlield, Perry co.. Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done In the best manner, and at reasonable
prices. OI!lce at his residence one door Eastoftha
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponsler's
Law office. 8 21y
"VITM. N. SEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
VY New BloomOeld, Perry co., Ta.
"ITTM. M. HUTCH,
New Bloomlield, Perry co.. Pa.
-Offlee Two door West of if. Mortimer
Store 37 ly
LEWIS POTTER, notary pdblio. Hew Bloom -Meld,
Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages and Leases earefully
Prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
Inds of Pension and Bouuty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be rer.d in
anv court In the United States. 7 10 ly
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-LaV
New Bloomtleld, Perry co.. Pa.
fully attended to. 3 2 1 v.
ITTM. A. MOKTtlSOW,
VY JUSTICE OK THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLKCTOH, NEwGEHMiNTOWif, Perry co.. Pa.
r Remittanceswill be made promptly teralf
Collections made. 7 (1
CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law, "
New Bloomfleld. Perry to.. Pa.
VOftlce on high street, North side, nearly op
poite the Presbyterian Church. 3 2 ly
RICHARD L. MAGEE;
JTSTICE OF THE PEACE,
9-Office at his residence, in CENTRE TOWN
SHIP. Perry County, Peua'a., one mile Souther
New Bloomtleld. 10 3