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J)e rates, Ncuj Bloomfidfc, flcu REAUIXO RAXIROAl. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ?Ionday, May lCtlt 1870. REATTKUNKLINE FROM THE NORTH j( and Norm-west for Philadelphia, jnhwvoik, lieading, Fottsvllle, Tamaqiia, Ashland.HhaniOkiii, A.coanon, Aiioiiiown, jiasion, jpuraia, liuz, uiu caster, Columbia, &c, kc. Trains leave liairisburir for New York. as follows: At 6.36, 8.10, 11.25 a. m. and 2.50, I'. M., connect ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvania JUail road, and arriving at New York at 12:11) noon, 3:60, 0:06 and UI:ho p. in., respectively. '.Sleeping ears accompany the 6.35, nu 11:25 A. M., irainswiinouiciiange. Returning : Leave Now York at 9 a. m., 12 noon, and fi p. at. I'liilnilulDliia. at 8.15 A. M.. and SJ&ti p. M. -Bleeping cars accompany the 9 A. M. and 5 p. M. trains from New York, without change. Leave Harrisbuig for Reading, Fottsvllle, Tama- qua, Mlnersville, Asiuanu, nainoKin, rino urove Allentown. Ph.ludelnhia. at 8.10. A. M.. and 2.5(1, and 4.10, P. M., stopping at Lebanon and principol way stations; the 4 p. m. train connecting for Phila delphia, I'ottsvuie anil uoiumuiaoniy. rorrous viiio snlinvlkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad, leave Harrisburg at Way passenger train leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 A. M., connecting with similar train on East l'enn'a icaiiroau, lemming iiom hcchhuk v.&t ' stopping at all Station; leave l'ottsvlllo at 6.40, ana v a. m. anu 2. ou v. m. : juui nuvn . .u a. m. , Sliamokin at 5.40 and 10.40 a. M. : Ashland, 7.06 A. is. aud JA30noon; Tamauua at 8.33 A M. and 2.201'. xr f..r Vl,il-.ii1illhiu mill NVwVnl'k. Leave l'ottsvil.e via Schuylkill and Busnuchanna Railroad at8.1o A. M., lor iiarnsourg,auun:uo a. m tnr Vint llmva ulirl Treliwmt. Reading accommodation train: ieave9 1'ottsville at 6.40 a. M., passing Reading at 7. 30 A. M., arriving at Philadelphia at 10.20 A. M., returning leaves Philadelphia at 5. 16 P. m. passing Reading at 8.00 p. M., arrivg at Pottsvillo at 9.40 P. M. Pottstown Accommodation train: Leaves Potts town at 6.46 a. in., returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m. Columbia Railroad trains leave Reading at 7-20 a. in. and 6.15 p. m. lor lipnraia, l.iuz, uuicasier, Pnliimlim Xi. Perkionieii Railroadtrainslcave Perklomcn Junc tion at 9 a. m. and 3.00 and 6.30 p. m. Jtcuirning, leaves Schwenksville at 8:05 a. m. and 12.45 noon, aud 4:15 p. in. connecting with similar trains on Reading road. . t iiiiiii oi.i;ilale Railroad train leaves Pottstownat t.40a.ni. and 6.20 p. in., returning leave Mt. Pleas ant at 7, and 11 :2&a. in., connecting wnu muiuur trniiia fn l.'piirlilip li. It. Chester Valiey itailroad trains leave Bridgeport at 8.30 a. m., 2.05 ami 5.02 p. in. Returning, leave Downingtown at 6.2o a. in., 12.45, noon, and 6.15 p. in., connecting with trains on Reading Railroad. On Sundays; Leave New York at 0 p. in.; Phlla. at 8 a. in. and 3.15 p. in.; the 8a. m. train run ning onlv to Reading; Pottsvllle8 a. m. ; Harris burg 6.34 a. m., aud 4.1op. in.; and Reading at 7:15 a. in., and 10:U5 p. m., for Harrisburg, at 7:23 a. in. tor New York at 4:45 p. in. for Allentown at 9:40 a. m., and at 4:25 11. in., for Philadelphia. Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex cursion Tickets to ami from all points at reduced Baggage cheeked through, 100 pounds allowed eacu passenger. q Northern Central Railway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Through and Direct Route to and from Washing Urn, Baltimore, Elmira, Erie, BuJ)alo, Rochester and Niagara iUls. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNE 12th. 1870, the trains on the Northern Central Rail way will ruu as follows : NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves Baltimore, 7.5ft a.m. Harrisburg, 12.55p. in VWlllamspurt 6.15 p. in., and arr. at Elmira, 10 p.m. BUFFALO EXPRESS. Leaves Baltimore, 11 p.m. Harrisburg. 3.20 a.m. Willianisport, 7.30 a. m. Elmira. 12 noon. Arrives at Caiiandalgua at 3.10 p. in. FAST LINK. Leaves Baltimore 12.15 p. in. Harrisburg 4.05 p.m. Arr. at WilUainsport8.0up.m., and Erie at 7.25 a. in. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. Leaves Balt!more7.4up.m. ar. Harrisburg 11.65 p.m. YORK AND HARRISBURO ACCOMMODATION Loaves York at 6.30a. m., arr. at Harrisburg a.m Emigrant Train with passenger car attached, leaving Harrisburg at 7.30 a. in., arrives at Suu biuy at 11.15 a. in. SOUTJlTvAllD. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves Elmira 6.15. iu. I Williainsport 9.45 a. in. Harrisburg 2.60 p. in. J Ar.Baltimore at 7.15 p.in BUFFALO EXPRESS. Leaves Caiiandalgua 4-45 p. in., Elmira 8.40 p. m. WUUauispoi t 12.& a. in.. Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m. Arrives at Baltimore at 9 a. in. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. Leaves Harrisburg 10.46 p.m., Ar, Baltimore 2.30a.m ERIE EXPRESS. Lvs. Sunbury 10. UJ a. in., Ar.Harrisburg 12.25 a.in- PACIFIC EXPRESS. Lvs. Harrisburg 8.46. a.m., Ar,Baltimore.l2.10p.ni. YOKK AND llAWUHBUBU ACCOMMODATION. Lvs. Harrisburg 5.45 p. in.4 Arr. at York 7.20p. m. 3-Mall Train north and south. Fast Line north, and York and Harrisburg Accommodation north and south, and Erie Express, Erie Mail south, Cln uiniiati Express north, Paeitlc Express south, and Emigrant north daily except Sunday. Buitalo Express north and south daily, Cincinnati Express south daily except Saturday. For further information apply at the Ticket Cljlce. Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. ALFRED R. F1SKE. General Superintendent. Daily Express and Freight line BETWEEN BLOOM FIELD & NEWPORT! SIHE subscriber wishes to notify the clti7.ensof Bloomileld and Newport that he is running a ily 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 & (Jo.i New Bloomileld, or M1111ku & Musser, Newport, Fa. J. 8. WHITMOUE. . BtoomUeld, January 25, 1870. QUE.SAPKAKK NAIL, WORKBl CHABLES L. BAILEY & BBOTBEB, Proprietors, lIAlllilSB UJi Q, l'enn'a, An assortment of these celebrated maim always on band, for sale at the lowest market price either at retail or by the Kko, ut, F. MORTIMER & CO'8, New Bloomileld. Professional Cards. LEWIS POTTER, Attnrney-t-Law, And Notary PuHiv and mem'ter of fi XT. H. Law Association and OsUtctinn Union. New Bloomileld. Perry co Pa., "Onice live doors West of Sutch's hotel. 32 ly. B P. MclNTIRE Attorney at Law, and Dis trict Atfoi ni'vof i'errv coiintv. Ollicn with J. T. Mclntire. New Bloomileld, Peuu'a. "ItrM. N. 8E1HERT, Attorney-at Law, TV New Bloomileld, Perry co,, Pa. Bloomileld, 3 33 ly. ITM. M. SUTCH, Attoriicy-at-Law, and Mill V tary Claim Agent, New Bloomileld, Perry co Pa. 4W0f1lce Two doors West of F. Mortimer's Store 3 7 ly -tTTM. A. SPONSLER, Attorney-at Law, Olllce adjoiiiing his residence, on East Main street, New Bloomileld, Ferry co., Pa. 3 2 ly SII. GALBRAITH, Attoiney-at-I.aw, New Blooinliefd, Perry co., Pa. W Pensions, Bounties, Back 1'ay, and all Claims against the (iovernmcut, promptly collect ed. OlUee with Win. A. Sponsler, Esq. 3 2 ly. fi LEE MURRAY, Attorncy-at-Law, and Real ustate Agent, New Bloomileld. Pcrrv co.. Pa W Olllce with Hon. B. F. Jiinkin, South Car lisle street, New Blomlleld, Pa. 3 2 ly. CI1A3. A. BARN ETT, Attorney at-Law, New Bloomileld, Perry co.. Pa. aS.Ofllce adjoining Mortimer's Stoic. 3 2 ly E ft T .'' 1 . , . T li New Bloomileld. Perrv co.. Ta. OUice one door West of Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly. CHAS. J. T, MclNTIRE, Attorncy-at-Law, New Bloomileld. Perry co., Ta. A All professional business promptly and faith fully attended to. 3 2 ly. JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist. New Bloomileld, Perrv co., Pa. All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Den tistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable nrices. Oilice over Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly REMOVAL! I HAVE REMOVED my Law Olllce to the build ings on Market Square, opposite the Court House, and Immediately back of the Bank, anil I ask the business public for a share of its patron age. S. H. GALBRAITH, Att'y at Law. Bloomileld, April 12, 1870 at Heal Estate Agency for Ferry Co. Lewis Pottkk. 8. II. Galdraitu. POTTER & OALBIUITU, Real Estate Agents, New Ulooin field, Pa.i OFFER at Private Sale over OVER ONE HUNDRED FARMS in Perry County, Pa., varying in si.e from 20to300 Acres, and at prices ranging from $10 to SKKj per acre. All of the above Real Estate Is located within 45 miles of the Capital of the State, and convenient to markets, mine of it being more than 20, and much of it within 5 miles of the l'enn'a. R. R. Perry County is among the llnest Agricultural Counties in the State, The land being principally limestone, red shale and flint gravel. Persons wishing to view any of the above prop properties can do so, by calling at the oMce of the Agenls. f Persons having properties for sale, would do well In calling on the above. S Please send for a Circular giving a full de scription of each property 1 20 ly THE BEST IN USE THE PAR HAM NEW FAMILY Sewing 31 a c h i n e IT combines all the best features of other good machines, with New and Valuable Improvements, which inakeit THE EASIEST AND MOST QUIET RUNNING as well as the Most Simple Machine in Use. IT WILL HEM IT WILL SltAH), IT WILL TUCK, IT WILL QATIIER, IT WILL QUILT, and will use either Silk, Cotton, or Lineu Thread with equal ease. 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, PHILADELPHIA. Tuese machines are for sale In Perry County by JAMES L DIVEN, Landisburg. JIOETIMER & CO., New Bloomfield. JttfTie pvJiltc are invited to call at either of the above I'lacei and tee a Machine in ojieration. JULY 18 TO. EVERY ADVANTAGE IN PURCHASING Fine Ready - Made Clothing, Can be secured In the II I G II K 8 T DEO ItED, THIS MONTH -AT- -TrANAMAKEIt p -nitOWN'S OAK HALL Clotliing" U;izaar, Cth AND MARKET STREETS. PLAIN COMFORTABLE CLOTHING, Foil MEN OF I'LAIN TASTES. STYLISH, ELAECEATE, GAEli'TS, For The Fashionably Inclined. STOUT, WEAR - VELL SUITS, roil EVERY DAY SERVICE. GENTEEL BLACK GOODS, ITor Kuntlay Hititn unci Drc8N OceasiouH. BOYS' CLOTHING AND GENT'S FURNISHING C00DS, AT SIXTH & MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. WAMMUCER& BROWN PHOTOGRAPHS! Photographs ! Photographs ! JACOJi COBLE, Photographic Artist, NEWPORT, VENN' A. THE subscriber would respectfully call the at tention ol the citizens of tills county to the Tact that lie is prepared to take PUOTUURAPIIH in the best style of the art. Ills long experience enables him to produce PICTUHKH WHICH CANNOT BE EX CELLED. All persons are requested to call at his rooms and examine specimens. Particular attention given to copying likenesses of deceased persons, and great care will be taken to furnish Good Pictures of Children. Framing material and a good assortment of frames always on baud, aud for sale at low prices. JACOB COBLE, Artist, Newport, I'erry Co., Ya. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDElt! A CUOICE ASSORTMENT OF Always on hand, from which to select. Clothiu MADE TO ORDER. CLOTIIINU READY-MADE CLOTHING of Superior Quality always on hand. F. Mortimer fi Co., March 16, '09. New Bloomneld, Pa. I. O. XT. 1. LOOKING FOR A PLACK TO IJUV GOOKK, LOW; Then go to the One Price Store, of l MORTIMER, & CO., New Bloomileld, Ta. 3STOTIOE TO FARMERS AND MERCHANTS! TIIE attention of Farmers and Merchants Is called to the following LOW RATES charged by the LEBANON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Jonestown, l'enn'a.. On Buildings, Merchandise, &c, for a perpetual Insurance. 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 ' Stoi cs, Dry Goods and Gro ceries 45 to 60 " Flour Mills, 45 to 50 " Saw Mills and Tanneries,. . 60 to fiO " Tills sy stem of perpetual Insurance Is peculiar to 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 Assessments. Sir Ample funds on hand. "5 For Insurance and other particulars, apply to LEWIS POTTER, Agent and Attorney for the Co., 416 New Bloomileld, Ti. Perry County Bank! Sponsler, Junkiu & Co. THE undersigned, having formed a Banking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period of not over CO days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, live per cent, for any 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 tills 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 Perry county, we hope we will be sustained in our eff orts, by all th business men, farmers and mechanics. Tills Banking Association Is composed of the fol lowing named partners: W. A. SroNSi.KU, Bloomileld, Perry county, Pa. B. F. Junkin, " " " A. (J. Mii.i.mt. Shlppcnsburg, Cumberland co.,Pa. .John Wondeulich, " " " 1 1 ENHY KUBV, " " " Wm. 11. Millek, Carlisle, - " OKFIOEHS: W. A. SPONSLER, President. William Willis, Cashier. New Bloomileld, 3 5 ly B. M. EE Y, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In onucs AND MEDICINES, Oliomicji-lH, CONCENTRATED REMEDIES, ESSENTIAL OILS, Patent Medicines, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes. A Splendid Assortment of PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, 13 It U S II E S , AND FANCY ARTICLES, Always on hand, which will be sold at low prices Cdi" Orders from Physicians promptly attended to w ith great t are. 33. EBY, Newport, Perry County, Penn'a. ,jyALL PAPERS AND BORDERS. A Fine Assortment of spring styles are now for sale by the subscribers at low prices. F. MORTIMER Jc CO., New Bloomileld. "Blees Patent" NOISELESS, LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCH Sewing Machine Challenges the World In Perfection of Work, Strength and Beauty of Stitch. Durability of Con struction and Bapldity of Motion. Call and exam ine, and for Agencies and Circulars, apply AT PKINCIPAL OFFICE, 623 Broadway, New York. 4 281y-a FAUMEUS! EXAMINE ANU KUY THE OPHGI0Sr-A.Xi. BAUGH'S BEING The First Haw Bono 1'hospliato Made. All Others are Imitation. BA UGH'S RAW-BONE Super I'ltosiiltaic of Ume! -cadE MARK 1870. FALL, This Manure Is made of Paw or Lnburned Bontw. rich In NitroL'Piiout mutter, dissolved in Oil of Vitriol. proent'ii!! the Bone Phosphate in a highly soluble and quickly available form, and the Ammonia in such proportion as to insure aprompt and vigorous action upon the crops. Where Bunch's Phosphate was applied the past season, the indications, without exception, arelhat it will maintain its well earned reputation. We re quest all in need of a Fci ti.ii.er to give tills article a trial. BAUCH & SONS, MANUFACTURERS, Office' No. 20 S. Delaware Avenue, PHILADELPHIA. 4 29 6in 9 G. W. H I'SSFLL, No. 22 North Sixth Street, opposite Commerce, PHILADELPHIA, Tmnorter and Dealer in i French and American Clocks, GOLD JEWELRY AND SILVER -WARE. a, Particular attention paid to Fine Watch and Clock Impairing. - Agent for STEVENS' PATENT TL'RIIET CLUCK, the best and cheapest 'iurret Clock in the U i'inqu'iwes by mall for Information regarding Clocks or Watches will be clieerluily answered. Philadelphia, 431Ulv . THE NEW FAMILY SLAVING MACHINE. BOSV EMPIRE BOWKKY The extraordinary success of their new and im proved manufacturing Machines lor light or heavy work, has induced the EMPIRE SEWING MACllINE CO. to manufacture a NEW FAMILY MACHINE of ti e same style and construction, with additio ml ornamentaliou, making It equal in beauty and hn ish with other Family Machines, whereas in use fulness it far Outstrips All Competitors. The price of tills now acknowledged necessary ar tide comes within reach of eveiy class , and the Company is prepaicd'to oiler the niost ibeial in dueemeiits ti. buyers, dealers, and agents. Eveiy Machine warranted. Apply for circulars and samples to EMP1UE SEWING MACHINE CO., 4.15.-C1H. No- 21H Bowery, New York. W. II. PIMSK. A- OKU1SC. av. ii. l'lPisia & co., MANUFACTUIIE11S OF Trimks, Valises, Travelling Eags, UMBRELLAS, &C, No. 40 North Fourth Street, (In Merchants' Hotel Building) F1IILAUELF1IIA. t. SOLID SOLE LEATHEK TUUNKS A 8FE CIA1TY. 1 !y 10 THE 111NKLEY FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE. PRICE Every family In the country needs one. It knits everything from a inltteu 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 one needle, and Is the perfection ol beauty and usefulness. Circulars and cuts and full particulars free to ev erybody. Agents wanted In every county. Apply quickly. H1NKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO., 170 Broadway, New York or, Bath, Maine. 4.15-Cm. (.'HEAP FOK CASH. The uncleibiuncd fives notice that liu lms adopted tlio CukIi lMiin, and now sells floods at very low rates for Cash or Country Produce only. No de viation will bo miido from tliis rule. R. CATIICART, Millui'stown, Ptnu'a. May 3, 1870 12t.