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ATTOHNEr-AT-J,AW & NOTAKT Pl'llMC,
New BlonmiMd, JVrni txninlil. Inn'a.
S-Sicclal attention given to Collections of nil
kinds, to tlio settlement of estates, &., nnd nil
other legal business prosecuted with lldelitv and
dispatch. Also, Depositions, Affidavits mid Ac
-Oil.ce live doors West of Suteh's hotel. 321y.
T P. McINTIHK Attorney nt, Law, and Dls-
I ...1., A 44... 11 ..,.4.. 11411... ..I41.
M.m miwiiieyoi j tni.v i-.ihiimj.
J. T. Mulntire, New itlooinliuld, V
"TrM. N.-SKIREHT. Attorney -at-1.aw,
T V New liloomlield, Perry Co., Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly.
"IT7"M. M. SUTCII, Attorncy-nt-Law, and Mill-
TV tary Claim A Kent.
lien Rloomlleld, Perrv co., Pa.
i-Onien Two doors West of F. Mortimer's
Wil. A. SPONSLKR, Altorney-at-Law.
OHice adjoining his residence, on Fast
Main street, New Blooinlield, Perry to., Pa. 3 2 ly
Sir. GALBltAlTII, Attorney-at-Law,
New llloonitiohl, 1'crry co., I'a.
US' Pensions, Bounties, Hack Pay, and all
Claims against the (iovernment, promptly collect
ed. Olllce with Wm. A. Spnnsler, Esq. 3 2 ly.
CLKK MURRAY, Attorney-at-Law, and Real
New Vilooinlield, Pony Co., Pa.
SP-0!Ilcff with lion. II. F. Junkin, South Car
lisle street, New Blomlicld, Pa. 3 2 ly.
CHAS. A. BARNKTT. Attoriiev-at-Law,
New Uloomlleld, J'erry eo Pa.
S9 Olllce adjoining Mortimer's Store 3 2 ly
EC. LON'O, Atlornev-nt-Law,
New Rloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
Ollico one door West of Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly.
CHAS. J. T, MclNTTRK. Attorney-at-Law,
New Blooinlield, Perry co.. Pa.
All professional business promptly nnd faith
fully attended to. 3 2 ly.
JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Rloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
9A11 kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Den
tistry done In the best manner, and at reasonable
uriees. Olllce over Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly
Photographs ! Photographs !
J A COJi COBLE,
NEWPORT, VENN' A.
THE subscriber would respectfully call the at
tention of the citizens of this county to the
fact that ho is prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS
in the best style of the art. Ills long experience
enables him tu produce
PICTURES WHICH CAXXOT BE EX
CELLED. All persons are requested to call at his rooms and
Particular attention given to copying likenesses
r deceased persons, and great care will be taken
Good Pictures of Children.
Framing material and a good assortment of frames
always on hand, nnd for sale at low prices.
JACOB COI1LE, Artist,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa
" OUR FATHER'S HOUSE
Tlio TJirwrit t en Word.
i'.y Daniel March, I). D., author of the popular
'Night Scenes." This master in thought and lan
guage, shows us untold riches and beauties in the
Great House, with its Blooming flowers, Singing
birds, Waving palms, Moiling clouds, Beautiful
tH)W, Sacred mountains. Delightful livers, Mightv
oceans. Thundering voices, Blazing heavens and
vast universe with countless beings in millions of
worlds, and reads to us in each the Unwritten
Word. Rose-tinted paper, ornate engravings ami
superb binding, "Rich and varied In thought."
"Chaste." "Easy and graceful In style." "Cor
rect, pure and elevating in Its tendency." "Beau
tiful and good." " A household treasure." Com
mendations like the above from College Presidents
and Professors, ministers of all denominations,
and the religious and secular press all over the
country. Its freshness, purity of language, with
clear open type, line steel eng'ravlngs, substantial
binding, and low price, making it tlie Ixmk for the
maMes, Agents are selling from 50 to 150 per
Wo want Clergymen, School Teachers, smart ac
tive young men and ladies to introduce the work
lor us in every township, and wo will pay liberally.
No intelligent man or woman need be without u
Send for circular, full description, and terms.
XIKOLEU&MkCUKDY, 1S. Sixth Street, Phila
delphia, I'a. ; or, 139 Race Street.Cincinnali.Oliioj
09 Monroe Street, Chicago, III.; 603 N. Sixth St.,
St. Louis. Mo.j or, 1H2 Main St., Sprlnglleld,
Mass. 1 35 4m. ,
I. O. XT. Ti.
LOOKING I'OK A FLACK
TO BUY GOOUM, LOW;
Then go to the One Price Store, of
F. MORTIMER, & CO.,
Now Bloom Held, Pa.
Daily Express and Freight Lino
OLOOMFIELD & NEWPORT!
THE subscriber wishes to notify he citizens of
Bloomtiuld and Newport thut he in running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will haul
freight of any kind, or promptly deliver packages
nr message entrusted to his care.
4. Orders niay b left for him at the stores of
P. Mortimer & Co., New liloomlield, or Mllllgau Si
Musser, Newport, Pa. , ,
J. 8. WIUTMOKK. .
Bloomlleld, January 25, 1870.
THE HOUSEHOLD DELIGHT I
It is the Best and mo.it iicirMe lUmilu Sewing
Atneliine now in ivc.
It makes the celebrated LOCK STITCH alike on
both sides of the labne.
Sewing equally well on light or heavy goods, re
NO CHANGE IX Till: TENSION.
USING SILK, COTTON, OK LINEN
THREADS WITH EASE.
This Machine Is built on what is called the En
(line J'riwijilK or movement, and in many particu
lars uiucrs iron! an oiner machines, it nas new
and novel devices for taking up the slack thread,
feeding the goods, and perfecting t ho stitch, noth
ing can surpass this machine in execution, rapidi
ty, or delicacy of operation.
ITS SIMPLICITY IS CHARMING,
for there is no
INTRICACY ABOUT IT.
has onlv to be seen and tried, to be fullv nnnrecl-
aled. it will r mmend itself to all inquirers and
is furnished with all the usual equipments of a
nrst-ciass machine, without extra charge.
Call and see them in operation.
For sale in Perrv Conntv bv
WM. 1CKKS, Newport, Pa.
F. MORTIMER & CO.,
New Uloomlleld, Pa.
THE BEST IN USE
8 c iv I n y Ma c h i n e
IT combines all the lcst features of other good
New and Valuable Improvements,
which make It
THE KASIEST AND MOST QUIET RUNNING
as well as the
Most Simple Machine in Use.
IT WILL HEM
IT WILL 13 RAW,
IT WILL TUCK,
IT WILL GATIIEll,
IT WILL QUILT,
and will use either Silk, Cotton, or Linen Thread
with equal case.
It uses a straight needle and makes a stitch
ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
The principal olllce of the company Is at
No, 704 Chestnut Street,
These machines are for sale in Perry County by
JAMES L. DIVEN,
P. MORTIMER & CO.,
fTiC public are invited to call at either of the
uboveplacet and tee a Machine In ojierallon.
BUCKEYE HELL FOUNDRY!
IIVRC1L Academy, Factory, Farm, Fire
Alarin Bells, He., Uc, made of
PURE BELL METAL,
(Conner and Tin,) warranted In quality, tone, du
rability, &c, nnd mounted with our Patent IM
PROVED ROTATING HANGINGS. Illustrated
Catalogues sent Free.
VANDVZEX .C TIFT,
No. 103 and 104 E. 2nd St.,
41101ypd ' C1NCINNATI,0.
AJ-t, KIN1)S OK ,10U IMtlNTINO
Neatly executed at the Uloomlleld Times
Steam Job Omce.
rpiIIS PARAGRAPH jALONE
OF THIS TAPEn
FOR A WHOLE YEAR.
Ten yeaw of hard work and hard knocks, have
the largest and most complete
In America, if not in the
By constant endeavors, wc have avoided all the
old ruts and antiquated methods of the trade,
until now OAK II ALL is universally ac
knowledged to be
THE REASONS AliE :
1. Wc have built a house for our business, cov
ering nearly half an acre.
2. Instead of wedging It In between othcrbuild
ings, making it dark, and obscuring the goods, it
is built on the corner of three streets, and any one
may count in it &1 windows.
3. Wc employ skilled Workmen, One Hundred
and Fifty of whom may bo seen under our roof by
any one having I lie time and curiosity to visit our
Establishment, and besides these, l luo to 18U0 sew
ers arc employed at their own homes.
4. AVo make no imperfect goods.
5. We thoroughly sponge and shrink ALL our
0. AVo purchase our goods at first hands, in
large lots sometimes in bills of over Sluo.txX) at
Wo set our faces against every species of unfair
dealing, and will dismiss any employee in any way
guilty of it.
8. Wc have such enormous sales that wc are con
tent Willi a prolit far below the trade margin.
9. Wo warrant all our goods, and will give every
possible guarantee to purchasers at
The above are facts that no one can truthfully
dispute, as the examination we so cordially in
vite, will fully prove.
We ask the encouragement and support of all
classes of people, feeling sure that In establishing
The Largest Clothing House
we enlist the patronage of all who arc Interested
in the prosperity of our Commonwealth.
Wanainaker & Brown,
Oak Hall Jiailrtinrs,
S. K. Comer Sixth and Market Sts.,
Nos. 5,12, 034, 5:i0 Market Street.
Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 0, 11, 13 South Cth Street.
TO lVXOIKK.S I
The HnrrlNburg Fertilizer Company
OFFER for sale at their manufactory located at
PKRDIX, PEKKY COUNTY, PA., on the
Pennsylvania Rail Road,
PIT UK Git O VXD liOXE,
SUPER PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Alll lit II 1 .... O 111 O M t ,
v, '"' 'AT LOW rltlCPS t
r For Vrlfe Ustn, Jio. addrW
llarri&urg Ferlilitt.4 Company. , v ,
ill' i lTrrittf Pa." '
-Ugliest pile paid for Hones- ., 433.2m
Perry County Bank!
.Njtoiisler, JuiiUIu & i'o.
THE undersigned, having formed a llanklngAs
sociation under the above name and style, are
now ready to do a General Hanking business at
their new Banking House, on Centre Square,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
Wc 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, five per cent, for any time over
four mouths; and for four mouths four per cent.
We arc 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 fortho
want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, wc have
have determined to supply the want; and this being
the first Bank ever established in Perry county, wo
hope wc 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. 8possi.hu, liloomlield, Perry county, Pa.
B. V. .Iunkin, " "
A. (i. AI11.1.KH, Shlppensburg, Cumberland co.,Pa.
.lOIIN WONDIiUI.Il'll, " " "
Hf.nuv Rrnv, " " "
Wm. H. Mn.Li:it, Carlisle, " "
W. A. SPON8LER, President.
Wiij.um Wilms, Cashier.
New liloomlield, 3 r ly
y Mould in fs f
Balusters, Newel Posts, Scroll, Sawing,
CIRCULAR "WORK, &c., Ac,
Jlado and Warranted from dri material, and
all common sizes of
DOORS AND SASH,
Kept on hand and for sale by the undursigncd.
-Send for List of Prices lo
131. Lycoming county, Pa.
E. M. E 15 Y.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes.
A Splendid Assortment of
B 11 U S II E S ,
Always 011 hand, which will be sold at low prices
tW Orders from Physicians promptly
attended to with great care.
Newport, Perry County, Penn'a.
rpilK subscribers keep constantly on hand, a
JL FINK ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH CALF SKINS,
. , PINK LIN1NQS,
II O A N S ,
PEGS, " :' AWLS,
and a general assortment of articles used by Shoo
F. MORTIMER & CO.
Cnnli l'wlrt ! Groin.
TIIKDUVCAXNOV IHOff COMPANY
have reuteii tha CKIST Mil. I. nf Mr Criimn
Jones, of tiiat place, and are prepared to buy
Grain lo any amount for CAHII.
, John wistkr, Treasurer. ,
Duncannon, July 26, 1870. , , . ,
iti?Aiixa it iii.-ito ad.
Monday, MajjT Iflth
GRKAT TRUNK LINK FROM THK NORTH
and North-West for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Poltsvllle, Tamaqua, Ashland, Shamokln,
lbanon, Allentown, Faston, Fplirata, Litiz, Lan
caster, Columbia, &c, &c.
Tralnsleave I larrisburg for New York, as follows :
At5.W. 8.10, 11.25 A. M., and 2.f0, P.M., connect
ing with similar trains on tlx- Pennsylvania Rail
road, and arriving nt New York at 12:10 noon,
3;S0, '3:05 and 10:00 p. in., respectively.
Sleeping cars accompany the 5.35, and 11:25 A.
M., trains without change.
Returning : Leave New York at 9 A. sr., 12 noon,
nnd 5 P. m. : Philadelphia at 8.15 A. M., and
3.30 p. m. Sleeping cars accompany the 0 A. M. and
5 P. M. trains from NewYork, without change.
Wave llarrisburg for Reading, Pottsvillc, Tama
qua, Mlncrsvllle, Ashland. Sliainokln, Pine drove.
Allentown, Philadelphia, nt 8.10. a. M., and 2.50. and
3.10, p. M., stopping at Lebanon and prlncipol way
stations; the 4 p. 111. train connecting for Phila
delphia, Pottsvillc and Columbia only. For Potts
villc, Schuylkill Haven andAuburn, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Railroad, leave llarrisburg at
4.40 p. m.
Way passenger train leaves Philadelphia at 7.30
A. m connecting with similar train on liast Penn'a
Railroad, returning from Reading nt 0.35 p. M.,
stopping at all Stations; leave Pottsvillc at 5.40,
and 9 A. M. and 2. 50 P. M. : Ilerndon at 0.30 A. M. ;
Shamokin at 5.40 and lu.40 A. m. ; Ashland, 7.05 A.
M. and 12.30 noon ; Tamaqua at 8.33 A. M. and 2.201'.
m. for Pliiladelphia nnd New York.
Leave Pottsvillc via Schuylkill and Susquehanna
Railroad at 8.15 A. m., for I larrisburg, and 12:05 A. Jt
for Pine (irovo and Trcinont.
Reading accommodation train : leaves Pottsvillc
at 5.40 a. m.. passing Reading at 7. 3d a. m., arriving
at Philadelphia at 10.20 a.m., returning leaves
Philadelphia at 5. 15 p. m. passing Heading at 8.00
p. m arriving at Pottsvillc at 0.411 P. m.
Pottstown Accommodation train : Leaves Potts
town at 6.45 a. in., returning, leaves Philadelphia!!
4.00 n. m.
Columbia Railroad trains leave Reading at 7.20
a. m. and 0.15 p. in. for Fplirata, Litiz, Lancaster,
Perkiomen Railroad trainsleavc Perkiomen June
tion at 0 a. in. and 3.00 and 5.30 p. in. Returning,
leaves Schwenksville at 8:05 a. 111. nnd 12.45 noon,
and 4:15 p. in. connecting with similar trains on
Colcbrookdalo Railroad train leaves Pottstown nt
!l.40a. ni. and 0.20 p. in., returning leave Mt. Picas
ant at 7,'and 11 :25 a. in., connecting with similar
trains on Reading R. R.
Chester Vallev Railroad trains leave Bridgeport
at 8.30 a. in.. 2.05 and 5.02 p. m. Returning, leave
Downingtown at G.20 a. 111.. 12.15, noon, and 5.15
p. m., connecting with trains on Reading Railroad.
On Sundays; Leave New York at 5 p. in.;
Phila. nt 8 a. 111. nnd 3.15 p. 111. ; the 8a. m. train run
ning only to Reading: Pottsvillc 8 a. 111.; llarris
burg 5.3.) a. m.. and 4.10p. m. ; and Reading at 7:15
a. 111., and 10:05 p. m., for llarrisburg. at 7:23 a. in.
lor New York at 4:45 p. 111. for Allentown at 0:40
a. in., and at 4:25 11. m., for Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School nnd Ex
cursion Tickets to and from all points nt reduced
Raggage checked through, 100 pounds allowed
i. a. iMuui.i.n, uen taup t.
Northern Central Railway.
' SUMMER AREA NOEMENT.
'J'hrovih and Direct Route to and from Washing
ton, Baltimore, Elmlra, Erie, Buffalo,
Rochester and Xiayara Falls.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNK 12th,
1870, the trains on the Northern Central Rail
way will run as follows :
leaves Haltimore, 7.fi5a.m. llarrisburg, 12.55p. ni
'Williamspnrt 0.15 p. in., and ai r. at Llmira, 10 p.m.
Leaves Paltlmore, 11 p.m. I llarrisburg, S. 20 a.m.
YVilliauisiiort, 7.31) a. in. ) lCluiira, 12 noon.
Arrives at Canandalgua at 3.10 p. 111.
Leaves i!;.Ifimoro 12.15 p. 111. llarrisburg 4.05 p.m.
Arr.at Williamsport 8.00p.m., and lirie at 7.25 a. 111.
Leaves I!alt!more7.40p.m. ar. Ilarrisburgll.55 p.m.
YORK AND II AR KISRURCi ACCOMMODATION
Leaves' York at 0.30 a. 111., arr. at llarrisburg 8 a. 111
Kmlgrant Train witli passenger car attached,
leaving llarrisburg at 7.30 a. 111., arrives at Sun
bury at 11.15 a. in.
Leaves Klmira 0.15 a. 111. J Williamsport 0.45 a. 111.
llarrisburg 2.50 p. 111. Ar.llaltiinore at 7.15 p.m
Leaves Canandaigua 4.45 p. m Klmira 8.40 p. 111.
Willianisport 1225 a. in., llarrisburg at 5.15u. in.
Arrives at Baltimore at 0 a. in.
LeaveslfarrisburglO.45p.in., Ar. Baltimore 2.30a.in
Lvs. Sunbury 10.10 a. 111., Ar.llaiTisburg 12.25 a.m-
Lvs. llarrisburg 8. 15. a.m., Ar.Haltiinorel2. 10 p.m.
Y'OHK AND llAUIIISIH'HO ACCOMMODATION.
Lvs. llarrisburg 5.45 p. m., Arr. at York 7.20p. 111.
3" Mall Train north andsoulh, Fast Mae north,
and York and llarrisburg Acconnuodation north
and south, and Eric Express, Krie Mail south, Cin
cinnati Express north, Pacillc Exiuess south, and
Emigrant north daily except Sundav.
Buifalo Kxiucss north and south dally.
Cincinnati Express south daily except Saturday.
For further information apply at the Ticket
olllce, Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRED R. FLSKK,
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
Kvcry 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 in an hour.
It is operated the same as a sewing machine by
hand or foot.
It uses but 0110 needle, nnd is the perfection of
beauty and usefulness.
Circulars and cuts and full particulars free to ev
Agents wanted in every county. Apply quickly.
IIINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO.. 176
Broadway, New York or, Bath, Maine. 4.15-Cm.
THE WORLD'S WONDER!
i:liialliii Oil X
THIS Oil for Rheumatism in all Its forms.
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Wounds of all descrip
tions, Cramp, etc., etc., etc.,
IS UNEQUALLED by any now offered to the pub
lic. It is for ale at oil cents per bottle, by
HOKTH K. BOLINOEK,
. - . aiiuersiown,
( ., jniuerstown,
i : Perry county, ra.i
1 ' F. MORTIMER CO.. 1
New Illwiiitl4.1fl P
Relief given almost Instantly, and permanent
cures effected. 4 mm