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tlje ftimcs, Nctu Bloomftcfo, Jpct.
Northern Central Railway.
Through and Direct Route to and from Washing
ton, Baltimore, Elmira, Jirle, Buffalo,
RocheMer and Niagara tails.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNE 12th.
1870, the trains on the Northern Central Kail
way will run as follows :
Leaves Baltimore. 7..' am. Harrtsburff, 12.5fp. m
Williamsport 8.15 p. in., and air. at Elmira, 10 p.m.
Leaves Baltimore, 11 p.m. Harrisburg, 3.20 a.ni.
Williamsport. 7.30 a. in. I Elmira. 12 noon.
Arrives at Canandalgua at 3.10 p. in.
Leaves Baltimore 12.15 p. nu Harrisburg 4.05 p.m.
Arr. at Wllliainspnrt8.00p.ni., and Erie at 7.25 a. m.
Leaves Baltimore 7.40p.in. ar. Harrisburg 11.55 p.m.
YORK AND HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION
J..ives York at 6.30a. in., arr. at Harrisburg Sa.m
Emigrant Train with passenger car attached,
leaving Harrisburg at 7.30 a. m., arrives at Sun
bury at 11.15 a. m.
Leaves Elmira 6.15 a. m. I Williamsport 9.45 a. m.
Harrisburg 2.50 p. m. Ar. Baltimore at 7.16 p. m
Leaves Cnnamlalgua 4.45 n. m.. Elmira 8.40 p.m.
Williamsport 12.2b a. m.. Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m.
Arrives at Baltimore at 9 a. in.
Leaves Harrisburg 10.45 p.m., Ar. Baltimore 2. 30a.m
Lvs. Bunbury 10.10 a. in., Ar. Harrisburg 12.25 a.m-
Lvs. Harrisburg 8.45. a.m., Ar.Baltimorcl2. 10 p.m.
York and HAHRisnuRO Accommodation.
Lvs. Harrisburg 5.45 p. m., Arr. at York 7.20p. m.
S-Mail Traill north and south. Fast Line north,
and York and Harrisburg Accommodation north
and south, and Erie Express. Erie Mail south, Cin
cinnati Express north, Pacillc Express south, and
Emigrant north daily except Sunday.
Buffalo Express north and south tlailv.
Cincinnati Express south daily except Saturday.
For further Information apply at the Ticket
ofllce, Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRED R. FISKE,
Monday, 3Vov. 22nd, 1SC9.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH
and North-West for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Taman.ua, Ashland, Shamokin,
Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Lltiz, Lan
caster, Columbia, &c. &c.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows :
At 2.30, 5.35, 8.10, a. M., and 12.20 noon, and 2.55,
11.00, p. m., connecting with similar trains on the
Penn'a Railroad, and arriving at New York at 10.
15, A. M., and 12.05. noon, 3.35, 6.35. 10.00, i M., and
6.00. a. M., respectively. Sleeping cars accompany
the 2.30, and 6.35, a. m., and 12.20, noon trains with
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tama
qua, Minersville, Ashland, Shamokin, Pine Grove,
Allentown, Philadelphia, at 8.10, A. m., and 2.55, and
4.10, P. M., the 2. 65 train stopping at Lebanon onlv;
the 4.10 p. m. train stopping at ail Stations and mak
in connections for Philadelphia, Pottsville and Co
lumbia, and all intermediate Stations between said
points only. For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and
Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad,
leave Jlarrisburg at 3.40 p. M.
Returning : Leave New York at 9 a. m., 12 noon,
and 5 and 8 p. M. : Philadelphia at 8.15 A. m., and
3.30 P. M. Sleeping cars accompany the 9 A. M. and
6 and 8 p. m. trains from New York, without
Way passenger train leaves Philadelphia at 7.30
A. M., connecting with similar train on East Penn'a
Railroad, returning from Reading at 6.35 p. m.,
slopping at all Stations; leave Pottsville at 6.40,
and 9 a. m. and 3. 05 p. m. : Herndou at H.30 a. m. s
Shamokin at 5.40 and 10.40 a.m.; Ashland. 7.a5A.
m. and 12.30 noon ; Tamanua at 8.33 a. m. and 2.20 p.
M. for Philadelphia and New York.
Leave Pottsville via Schuylkill and Susquehanna
Railroad at8.15 a. m., for Harrisburg, and 11.30 a. m
for Pine Grove and Tremont.
Readiugaccoiunioilation train: leaves Pottsville
at 5.40 A. M., passing Reading at 7. 30 A. M., arriving
at Philadelphia at 10.20 A. M., returning leaves
Philadelphia at 4. 45 p. m. passing Reading at 7.40
T. M., arriving at Pottsville at 9.30 p. m.
Pottstown Accommodation train : Leaves Potts
town at 6.45 a. in., returning, leaves Philadelphiaat
4.00 p. in.
Columbia Railroad trains leave Reading at 7.15
a. m. and 6.15'p. m. for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster,
Perkioinen Railroad tralnsleavePerkiomen.Tunc
tion at 9 a. m. and 3.10 and 5.30 p. m. Returning,
leaves Schwenksville at6.10,8.12a.mand 12.45 noon,
connecting with similar trains on Reading Rail
road. Colebrookdale Railroad train leaves Pottstown at
8.45a. m. and 0.20 p. in.,forMt.Pleasant,arrivingat
10.20 a. m. and 7.20 p. m. ; returning leave Mt. Pleas
ant at 7. and 11 a. m., connecting with similar trains
on Reading R. R.
Chester valley Railroad trains leave Bridgeport
at 8.30 a. in., 2.05 and 5.02 p. in. Returning, leave
Dowulngtown at 6.30 a. in., 12.45. noon, and 6.15
U. m., connecting with trains on Reading Railroad.
On Sundays; Leave New Vork at 6 and 8 p. in. t
Phila. at 8 a. m. and 3.15 p. m. ; the 8a. in. train run
ning only to Reading; PotMvllle 8 a. in.; Harris,
burg 6.35 a. ni.. and 4.10 and 11.00 p. in. ; and Head
Ingat 12.43 midnight, and 7.15a. m. for Harrisburg;
at 7.20 a. in. and 12.66 a. in. for New York; and at
9.40a. m.. 4.25 p. in. for Phlla.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex
cursion Tickets to and from all points at reduced
Baggage checked through, 100 pounds allowed
G. A. NICOLLS, Gen'ISup't.
Daily Express and Freight line
BLOOMFIELD & NEWPORT!
THE subscriber wishes to notify the citizens of
Bloouilleld and Newport that he is running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will haul
Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver packages
or messages entrusted to his care.
Orders may be left for him at the stores of
F. Mortimer & Co., New Bloomtield, or Milllgan Si
Musser, Newport, Pa.
.1. 8. WHITMORE.
Bloomtield, January 25, 187a
BALLOT'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
THE greatest success is attending the publica
SALLOWS MONTHLY MAGAZINE
of any perldical In the world. Each number con
tains Onb Hundhkd Packs of the choicest stories.
Poems and Engravings, or Twklvr Hundhkd
Paokh every year for 1.50 being fully three-fourths
as large as as either of the Jour-dollar Magazines,
at about one-third their price.
V Now is the time to subscribe.-
TiiiiMS. 1.50a year; 7 copies, (9; 13 copies, 115
-Send stamp for specimen copy and propectus
t ELLIOTT THOMES 4e TALBOT.
Fine Ready -Made Clothing,
Can be secured in the
6th AND MARKET STREETS.
PLAIN COMFORTABLE CLOTHING,
FOR MEN OF PLAIN TASTES.
STYLISH, ELABORATE, GAEM'TS,
For The Fashionably Inclined.
STOUT, WEAR -WELL SUITS,
FOR EVERY DAT SERVICE.
GENTEEL BLACK GOODS,
For Sunday Suits, nnl
GENT'S FURNISHING C00DS,
SIXTH & MARKET STREETS,
V. MrlNTTTtF. Attovnev at Law. and DIs-
trict Attorney of l'errv county. Olllce with
J. T. Mclntire, Ne,w Blooinlield, Penn'a.
WM. N. SEIBKRT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloouilleld, Terry co., Pa.
llloomlleld, 3 33 ly.
TT"M. M. SUTCH. Attorney-at-Law, and Mill
YV tary Claim Agent.
New Bloomtield. Perry co., Pa.
3-Ofllce Two doors West of F. Mortimer's
Store 3 7 ly
-TTM. A. SPONSLER, A ttorneyat-Law,
YV Ollice adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Bloouilleld, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly
SII. GALBRAITH, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtield, Perry co Pa.
Ad" Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, and all
Claims against the Government, promptly collect
ed. Ollice Willi Will. A. Sponsler, Esq. 3 2 ly.
CI.EE MUBHAY, Attorney-at-Law, and Reat
New Bloomtield, Perry co.. Pa.
-Office with lion. B. V. Junk in, South Car
lisle street, New Blomtlcld, Pa. 3 2 ly.
CM AH. A. BAKNETT. Attorney-at-Law,
New Rlriomtleld, Perry co.. Pa.
3. Ofllce adjoining Mortimer's Store. 3 2 ly
EC. LONG, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloouilleld, Perry CO., Pa.
Ollice one door 'West of Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly.
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloouilleld, Perry co.. Pa.
3" All professional business promptly and faith
fully attended to. 3 2 ly.
LEWIS FOTTEK, Attorney-at-Law,
New Blooinlield, l'erry co.. Pa.
- Office live doors West of Sutcji's hotok 3 2 ly.
JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloouilleld, l'errv Co., Pa.
tm. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Den
tistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable
orices. Office over Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly
I HAVE REMOVED my Law Office to the build
ings on Market Square, opposite the Court
House, and Immediately baek of the Dunk, and I
ask the business public for a share of its patron
age. , 8. H. GALBRAITH, Att'y at Law.
Bloouilleld, April 12, 1870 5t
' New BIoomQeld, Va.
THE subscriber having purchased the property
on the turner of Maine and Carlisle streets,
opposite the Court HoiiNe, invites all his friends
and former customers to give him a call as he is
determined I furnish first class accommodations.
3 Hi.- Proprietor.
ATS & CAPS of nil sorts and sizes
auitftbla for men and boys, for sale by
F. MORTIMER & CO.
THE BEST IN USE
THE PARI! AM
IT combines all the best features of other good
New and Valuable Improvements,
which make It
THE EASIEST AND MOST QUIET RUNNING
as well as the
Most Simple Machine In Use.
IT WILL HEM
IT WILL BRAID,
IT WILL TUCK,
IT WILL GATHER,
IT WILL QUILT,
and will use either Silk, Cotton, or Linen Thread
with equal ease.
It uses a straight needle and makes a stitch
ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
The principal office of the company Is at
No, 704 Chestnut Street,
J'HILA DELPHI A.
These machines are for sale in Perry County by
JAMES L DIVEN,
P. MORTIMER & CO.,
JtVThe public are invited to call at either of the
above places and see a Machine in operation.
THE subscriber would respectfully call the at
tention of the citizens of this county to the
fact that lie is prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS
in the best style of the art. His long experience
enables him to produce
PICTURES WHICH CANNOT BE EX
CELLED. All persons are requested to call at his rooms and
Particular attention given to copying likenesses
of deceased persons, and great care will be 'taken
Good Pictures of Children.
Framing material and a good assortment of frames
always on hand, and for sale at low prices.
JACOB COBLE, Artist,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa.
B. M. ELY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes.
A Splendid Assortment of
Always on hand, which will be sold at low prices
tW Orders from Physicians promptly
attended to with great care.
Newport, Perry County, Penn'a.
Perry County Bank!
Sponsler, Juiikiii & Co.
TnE undersigned, having formed a Hanking As
soclation under the above name and style, are
now ready to do a General Bankins business at
their new Banking House, on Centre Square,
OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
We receive money on deposit and pay back on
demand. We discount notes for a period of not
over 60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and
On time Deposits, live per cent, forany time over
four months; and for four months four per cent.
we are well provided with all and every facility
for doing a Banking Business; and knowing, and
for some years, feeling the great inconvenience un
der which the people of this County labored for the
want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have
have determined to supply the want; and this being
the first Bank ever established In Terry county, we
hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all th
business men, farmers and mechanics.
This Banking Association Is composed of the fol
lowing named partners:
W. A. RpoNSLKn, Bloomfield, Perry county. Pa.
B. K. Junkim, " "
A. G. Mii.lkk. Shlppensburg,Cumbcrlandco.,Pa.
John WoNnniiLicu, " " "
Hfnuy Kunv, " " "
Wm. H. Miller, Carlisle, " "
W. A. SPONSLER, President.
William Willis, Cashier.
New Bloomlleld, 3 5 ly
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS!
TnE attention of Farmers and Merchants
called to the following LOW RATES charged by
the LEBANON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
of Jonestown, Penn'a.,
On Buildings, Merchandise, &c, for a perpetual
Dwellings in town and Fur
niture therein, 40 to SO cents per 8100
Dwelling in country and
Furniture therein, 35 to 40 "
Hotels and Furniture there-
in 35 to 40
Stores, Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, 45 to 50 "
Flour Mills 45 to 50 "
Saw Mills and Tanneries,.-. 50 to 60 "
This system of perpetual Insurance is peculiarto
the Lebanon Mutual Insurance Co. Ample secu
rity is guaranteed In a well established Capital of
8200,000, which, together with a large surplus, is
held for the protection of those insuring In the
Company. Losses are settled as soon as adjusted.
No need to wait until the money is collected by
- Ample funds on hand. t
For Insurance and other particulars, apply to
Agent and Attorney for the Co.,
416 New Bloomtield, Ta
THE subscribers keep constantly on hand, a
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FR flNC II CALF SKINS,
and a general assortment of articles used by Shoe
F. MORTIMER & CO.
and a full assortment of the latest
Improved Carriage Hardware,
For sale by "
F. MORTIMER & CO
I. O. TJ.
LOOKING FOIt A PLACE
TO 1UTY GOODS, LOW;
Theu go to the One Trice Store, of
F. MORTIMER, & CO.,
New Rloomtield, Pa.
jyALL PAPERS AND BORDERS.
A Fine Assortment of spring styles are now
for sal by the subscribers at low prices.
F. MORTIMER CO.,
FAMILY SF.AVIVft UTAniTKf I
BOWERY EJ)IBIBE BOWERY
The Mt.ranrrlinn.rv miprpM nf Ihnlr naw and im
proved niamifnclurlngMachincs for light or heavy
work, lias induced the
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
to manufacture a NEW FAMILY MACHINE of
the samu style and construction, with additional
fll'linillf.lltiltlllll lllf.llll.r It in llOQIltu n.wl fin
is!) with other Family Machines, whereas in use-
Ovtstrijis All Competitors.
The price of this now acknowledged necessary ar
tide comes within reach of every class, and the
Company Is prepared to otler the most liberal iu
ducenieuts to buyers, dealers, and agents. Every
Apply for circulars and samples to
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO..
4.1S.-6m. No. 2W Bowery, New York.
g. jr. B USSF.LL,
No. 22 North Sixth Street, opposite Commerce,
Importer and Dealer in
French and American Clocks,
Particular attention naid to Fine Watch 1
anu liock Repairing.
W Aeent for STEVENS' PATENT TURRET
CLOCK, the best and cheapest Turret Clock in the1
49- Inquiries bv mall for Information reeardin
Clocks or Watches will be cheerfully answered.'
W. II. Piper. W. A. Ormsoh
W. II. PIPER CO.,
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Bags,
Xo. 40 North Fourth Street,
(In Merchants' Hotel Building)
SOLID SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS A SPE
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE)
Every family in the country needs one.
It knits everything from a mitten to a blanket.
A child 12 years old can learn to work It I n an hour!
It Is operated the same as a sewing machine l
hand or foot.
It uses but one needle, and is the perfection of
beauty and usefulness.
Circulars and cuts and full particulars free to tv8
Agents wanted in every county. Apply quickly.
HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO., 17
Broadway, New York or, Bath, Maine. 4.15-Cm,
Books! Books! Boo7cs
PERKINPINE & HIGGINS,
66 NORTH FOURTH STREET,
T7-EEP CONSTANTLY OH HAND a full suppi
oi me liui'ii nnu oesi, i.iHKAKr 1JOOK8 iron
the leading Societies and Publishers. We mak
our selections wltn great care, and guarantee tl
moral and religious character of the hooks, chec
fully exchanging anv that mav not be satisfantor
selling at Publishers prices, and, wherever pracil
cauie, miming wuKi.u uiscoum iu acnoois.
S- A full assortment of MUSIC BOOKS. 4
Spellers, Question and Lesson Books, Maps, Mei
als, Reward Cards, Blackboards, Bible Diction
aries, Certificate Blanks, LVrary Register),
Secretaries' and Superintendents'
Books, Mottoes, Scripture Pic
tures, Infant Class Manuals,
and everything new and useful for Sabbath-scho
use kept on hand or supplied to order. We haf
been engaged In this special branch of buslmi
for years past, and have acquired an experleni
which we think our customers uniformly find be
eiiclal to their Interests. A Descriptive and Illif
iraieu catalogue, containing names and prices
several thousand volumes, sent free to any addrrf
Philadelphia, April 6, 1870.
An English and Classical Scho
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I
THE WINTER SESSION of this Instituti
commenced December 6th.
The course of study embraces Latin, Gre
r.iigiisii iiranciies, jviawiemaiics, natural Pclen
cue., ami is designed to iuruisn a thorough Kpgi
Education, or a complete Preparation for a Cu
Vacations: July and August, and one week
Terms: For Boarding, Furnished Room, Wa'
ihh. iiiiiioii hi muni, uictji, uiigusii iiranciies :j
juiiineuiaiicN, mi inn suoiaswc year, except I)
IU vciiwoii. ei"u,uu,
.The Boarding Department is at the Instituti'
nnder the supervision of Wilium Crier. Ki..
whom good and substantial board will be It
nisi eu : aim me pupus win ue under the strict M
oi me iTiucipai. Address
A. R. K1EFFKK, A. U.. Principal.
New Blooinlield, Perry county, Pm