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ejbAb; imil-icoaik SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ?Ionlay, May lGtli 1870. GREAT THUNK LINE FHOm' THE NORTH ' and North-West for Philadelphia, New Yol k, heading. Pottsvdle, Taina(iin, Ashiand, Shaniokin, Lebanon, Ailentown, Eiiston, Ephrata, Litiz, Lan caster, 4 'liii)ilii, c, c. Ti ams leave i mi risbiii g for New York, as follows : At &.:;. H.iu, a. M., ami ii.fio, i M., conuei t iug with siim.ur t.aii.s on the Pennsylvania liail road, and arriving til New York at 12:lu noon, 3:n, Kan ami l(i:inp. in., if spcctively. Scoping eais aecoii pauy tin: &.&3, and 11:25 A. M.. tminswi liont li.-ii'no. Reluming : Leave New York nt 9 A. M., 12 noon, and i v. M.: Philadelphia nl 8.1") a. m., and X'M v. M. Sleeping cars accompany Hip. 11 A. M. and 6 P. m. triii ns from New Yoi k, without change. Leave Harrislmvg for It lint!, Pottsville, Taina- qua, lulner-iville, Ashland. Shaniokin. l'iue (irove, Allentowu, Philadelphia, at 8.1o, A. m., aild2.5u, ami 3.1", i. M., -I i,ii.i:; a. i.cli.inoii and principol way si 'ill diis; (he 4 i. in. Han connecting for Phila de.ph.a, Fottsv.ile and Columbia only. Forl'otts vil.e. scliuyikill Haven ai.dAuburn, via Schuylkill ami .-Misquchanna Railroad, leave liarrlsbuig at 4.40 P. M. Way passenger train leaves riiiladclphla at 7.30 A. M., connecting with similar trainon East Penn'a Kadroad, rctm mug from Reading at l(.:io r. m., stopping at all Millions; leave J'oUsvilie at fi.40, ami S) . M. and 2. &u i'. m. : lloi ndon at V.:w A. M. ; Shaniokin at 6.40 anil 10.40 A. M. ; Ashland. 7.(1.') A. M. and 12.i noon ; Tamaqua nttCW a. m. and 2.20 i. M. lor Philadelphia and New York. Leave Pottsvilie via Schuylkill and Susquehanna liailroad at H.16 a. v.. for llarrisburg, and U:ii6 a. m for fine liiove and Trcmuiit. Keadingaccommodalioii train: leaves Pottsville at ;'.4o a. m pass.ng Reading at 7. 30 a. m arriving at I'niladclpiiia at 10.20 a. m return ng leaves Philadelphia at ft. lo p. m. passing Reading ai 8.00 v. M., an iv ng at PolUville at (.4u r. i. l'otlstown Accoiiiiuodalion train : Leaves Potts town altUoa. m., returning, leavusl'liiiadclphiaat 4.MJ p. in. Columbia Railroad trains leave Heading at 7.20 a. m. and 0. 15 p. m. for l.phrata, Lltiz, Lancaster, Columb.a. fee. reikiomi'ii Railroad tralnsleave Perkinnicn.Iimc tion at M a. in. and 3.u0 and 5.:iil p. in. hemming, leaves Schweiiksvil.e at 8:(l.r a. in. and 12.45noou, 4t lid 4:15 p. in. connecting with siliii.ai linins on lleadingioad. Colelnooixdalc Hailroad train leaves Pott st own at 9.4ua. in. and li.2o p. in., returning leave Alt. Pleas ant at 7, and 11 -.2-" a. in., connecting with similar trains on Reading R. 11. Chester Valley liailroad trains leave Bridgeport at 8.;i a. in.. 2.ii0aml5.(,2p. m. Returning, leave Downingtown at ti.2o a. in.. 12.45, noon, and 5.15 p. in., connecting w.th tiiiins on Heading liailroad. On Sundays; Leave New York at 5 p.m.; ritlla. at a. in. and 3.15 p. in. ; the 8a. in. train run ning oulyto Kead.ng; iotlsvillel a. in.; Harris burg 5.3ft a. m., ami 4.1op. in. ; and Leading at 7:15 a. in., and M:u5 p. m., for Jlarrisliurg, at 7:2:'. a. in. for New York ai 4:4 p. in. for Allenlown at 9U0 a. til., and at 4:25 p. in., for Philadelphia. Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex cursion Tickets to and from all points at reduced rates. Baggage checked through, 100 pounds allowed each passenger. (. A. N ICOLLS, Gen'ISup't. Northern Central Hallway. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Through and Direct Uontc to and from Washing ton, Baltimore, Eimira, Erie, BujJ'ato, Rochester and Niagara Mills. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNE 12tll. 1870, the trains on the Northern Central Kail way will run as follows : NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves Baltimore, 7.55 a.m. llarrisburg, 12.!i!ip. in NVilliamspoit 0.15 p. in., ami ai r. at Elniira, 10 p.m. BUFFALO EXPRESS. Leaves Baltimore, 11 p.m. I llarrisburg. 3.20 a.m. Williainsport, 7.30 a. m. I Elmira: 12 noon. ' Arrive, at Canandaigiia at 3.10 p. in. FAST LINE. Leaves Baltimore 12.15 p. in. llarrisburg 4.05 p.m. Air. at Williamspoi t8.0Ui.m., and Erie at 7.25 a. in. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. Leaves Baltiniore7.40p.iii. ar. llmrisburg 11.55 p.m. YOltK AND IlAltliLSliUlUi ACCOMMODATION Leaves York at G.30a. in., ai r. ut llarrisburg 8 a.m Emigrant Train with passenger ear attached, leaving llarrisburg at 7.30 a. in., arrives at Sun bury ut 11.16 a. in. soutJTvard. MAIL TRAIN. Leaves Elmira 6.15 a. in. I Wllhaiusport 9.45 a. m. Harrrsbuig 2.50 p. in. Ar.llaltiiiiore at 7.15 p.in IUIEKALOEXl'UESS. Leaves Canandaigiia 4.45 p. in., Elmira 8.10 p.m. Williamsiiorl 12.2.) a. in., llarrisburg at 5.15 a. in. Arrives at Baltimore at 9 a. in. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. 5LeaYesHarri3LUigl0.45p.nl., Ar. Baltimore 2.30 a.m Kit IE EXPRESS. Lv8. Suiibury 10.li. a. in., Ar.Harrisburg 12.25 a.m- I'ACIt'IC EXPRESS, tvs. HarrlslJiirg 8.45. a.m., Ar.Baltimorel2. 10 p.m. YOHK AND IlAKIllSBlIKa ACCOMMODATION. Lvs. Harrisburg 6.45 p. m., An. ut York 7.20p. in. jr Mall Train uorth ami south, Fast Line north, and York and llarrisburg Accommodation north and south, and Erki Express. Erie Wail south, Cin cinnati Express north, Pacillc Expi.ss south, and Emigrant north daily except Sunday. Biinalo Exnuss north and south daily. Cincinnati Express south daily except Saturday. For further iiiformaUoii apply at the Ticket Ollico, l'umisylvaiiia Railroad Dcni.t. ALFRED R. FImKE. Ciuncial Superinteiideut. Daily Express and Freight line BETWEEN BLOOMFIELD & NEVPORTI TITE Hiibserlber wishes to notify the citizens of Bloonitlcld and Newport that he is running a Daily Line between these two places. and will haul Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver package or messages entrusted to his care. Orders may be left for him at the stores of F. Mortimer & Co., New Bloomtield, sr Milligau& Musser, Newport, Pa. .T. 8. WH1TMOKE. Bloomtield, January 25, 1870. QIIE3APEAKK NAIL. WOBKS ; CHAHLES L 2AILBY & BEOTIIEE, Proprietors, HAliltlSB Ult G, 1'enn'a, . An assortment of these celbdhatbd -naiis always on hand, for sale at the lowest iswrkot price either t retail or by the Kbo, nl, J. MORTIMER & CO'S, 1 New BloomfleHL Professional Cards. IEWIS POTTER, Attornev-at Law, J And Sfotitw Piihliv nd mt'nilier of the V. H. Law Association and W.l"ctinn Union. New Blooinlleld, Perry co.. Pa., -Onicc livedooiit West of Sutch's hotel. 321y. BP. McINTIRE Attorney nt Law, and DIs- trict Attorney of Perry county. Ohice with J. T. Mclntire, New Blooinlleld, Pcnn'a. "ITTM. N. SEIBERT, Attorney-al-Lnw, New Blooinlield, Perry Co., Pa. Blooinlleld, 3 33 ly. "ITTM. M. SUTC11, Attorney-at-Law, and Mill- TT tary Claim Agent. New Bloomtield, Terry no.. Pa. .rj-Ofiloe Two doors West of F. Mortimer's Store 3 7 ly WM. A. SPONSLER, Altorney-at Law, Olllce adjoining bis residence, on Fast Main street, New Itloonilleid, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly S1I. GALBRAJTH. Attorncy-ar Law, New Bloonihcl'd, Perry co., 1'a. J" Pensions, Bount es. Back Pav, and all Claims against the Government, promptly collect ed. Olllce with Win. A. Sponsler, Esq. 3 2 ly. CLUE MURRAY, Attorney-at-Law, and Real l'.state Agent, New Blooinlleld. Perry co.. Pa. S-Olllce with lion. B. F. Jiinkin, South Car lisle street, New lilomlleld, Pa. 3 2 ly. CIHAS. A. BARN ETT, Attorney-at-I.aw, J New Blooinlleld, Pen v co Pa. W5, Olllce adjoining Mortimer's Stole. 3 2 ly EC. LONG, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlield, Perry co., I'a. onice one door West of Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly. CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law. New li:ooinlield. 'ciryco.. Pa. S- All professional business promptly andl'aith f uliy attended to. 3 2 ly. JOHN G. SIIATTO, Surgeon Dentist. New Blooinlield, Perry co.. Pa. tOUAll kinds of Median cal and Surgical Den tistry done in the best manner, and lit leasonable nrices. Ollice over .Mori unci '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 ol the Bank.auil I ask the business public for a .share of its palroii- aB" S. II. OAI.RIt.UTlI, Alfy at Law. Bloomtield, April 12, lH7u ot Heal Estate Ayem y for l'i rry Co. Lewis Pottek. S. II. Gauibaitu. roTTEii & CALinurm, K c a 1 K t a t c Aleuts, Ncav Uloomlieltl, ln., OFFER at Private Kale over OVER ONE HUNDRED FARMS in Perry County. Pa., vaiyiug in si.e from 20t300 Acies, and at prices ranging from $10 to ilmi per acre. All of the above Real Estate is located within 45 miles of the Capital of the State, and enliven. ent to markets, none of it hc'ng more than 20, and much of it w. til. n 5 miles of the Penu'a. R. R. Perry County is among the finest Agricultural Counties in the State, The land being piincipaliy limestone, red shale and flint gravel. Persons wishing to view any of the above prop, properties can do so, by calling at the oliice of the Agents. Persons having properties for sale, would do well in calling on the above. - Please send torn Circular giving a full de scription of each properly 1 20 ly THE BEST IN USE THE PARHAM NEW FAMILY Scw iny Ma c h i n e IT combines all the best features of other good machines, with New and Valuable Improvements, which make It THE EASIEST AND MOST QUIET RUNNING as well as the Most Simple Muchine 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 A.LIKE ON BOTH SIDES. Tli principal olllce of the company Is at Ifo, 704 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. Tliese ni&chlues are for sale In Perry County by JAMES L. DIVEN, Landisburg. . F.'IGOBTMEB & CO., ITew Eloomfield. The puttie are Im lled to call at either of the above placti qaad tee a Machine in operation. JU X. Y 1 8 TO. EVERY ADVANTAGE IN PURCHASING Fine Ready -Made Clothing, Can be secured In the ii i o ii 14 s t i i: a it i? i:, THIS MONTH -AT- "ITTANAMAKEIl C lHOAVN'S Y AN AM AK Kit Ou JJitOWN'S OAK HALL Clotliiiij- Usizisisn, 6tii AND MARKET STREETS. PLAIN COMFORTABLE CLOTHING, VOW. MEN OF I'LAIN TA.STKSi. STYLISH, ELABORATE, GAEH'TS, I'"or The Fashionably Inclined. STOUT, WEAR -WELL SUITS, FOR EVERY DAY SERVICE. GENTEEL BLACK GOODS, For Siinlny SiiiiM, iukI BOYS' CLOTHING AND GENT'S FURNISHING C00DS, AT SIXTH & 5IARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. WANAMIKER& BROWN rilOTOGltAnlS! riiotograplis ! riiotographs ! J A COli COBL1J, Photograpliic Artist, NEWPORT, VENN' A. THE subscriber would respect fully call the at tention of the citizens of this county to 1 lie fact that he is prepared to take VHOTOURA P1IH in ine oesi Niyie oi ine an. ju long experience enaules in in to produce PICTURES WHICH CANNOT 11 13 EX CELLED. All persons arc requested to call at his rooms and examine specimens. Tartlcular 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 hand, and for sale at low prices. JACOIi COli LE, Artist, Newport, Terry Co., Pn. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER! A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF Always on band, from wbich to select. CLOTIIIXU Clothing f(Sg 'Keady MADE TO Made READY-MADE CLOTOING of Superior Quality ulwnj-8 on band. F. Mortimer 0 Co., March 16, 'CO. . New Uloomfleld.Pa. I. C. XJ. J. LOOKING FOIl A FLACK TO IJIJV JOOIS, LOW; Then go to the One Trice Store, of F. MORTIMER, & CO., Now Blooinlleld, Pa. Ferry County Bank! Sponsler, J link in & Co. TI1K undersigned, having formed a Hanking As sociation under the above name and style, are now ready to do a (Icneral Hanking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square,' OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, NEW ELOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period of not over 00 days, and sell Drafts on riiiliidelphla and New York. On time Deposits, live per cent, forany time over four months; and for four months four per cent. We arc well provided with all and every facility for doing a Hanking Business; and knowing, and for some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un der wlrch the people of this County labored for the want of a Hank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want :andthis being the first Hank ever established in l'cn y county, we hope we w ill be su -taincd in our efforts, by all til business men, farmers and mechanics. This Hanking Association is composed of the fol lowing named partners: W. A. Si-onsi.eu, Hloomllcld, rerry county, 1'a. H. V. .ll NlvIN, " " A. 11. Mil i,i.i:. Shlppensburg, Cumberland co., Pa. .InllN V OMiF.ltUCH, " " " HKNItY lit IIV. " " " Wm. II. Mili-lb, Carlisle, " " ' ori'icr.iw: W. A. KFONSLEU, President. William AVii.i.is, Cashier. Kcw Hloomllcld, 3 5 ly B. M. E E Y , Wholesale and ltelail Dealer in DRUGS AND MEDICINES, CONCENTRATED REMEDIES, ESSENTIAL OILS, Patent Medicines, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal and Sacramental l'urposes. A Splendid Assortment of PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, 13 11 U S II E S , AND FANCY ARTICLES, Always on hand, which will be sold at low prices 1ST Orders from riiyslcians promptly attended to wtli great care. Newport, Perry County, Penn'a. Tho Cheapest Paper in tho State ! TEltSONS wanting a good family newsjiaper, luaepeuocut in poniics, miuiiiu huubuiiuc iui " The Bloom field Times," published weekly at New Hloomllcld, Penn'a. Each number contains choice selected or original Stories, Anecdotes. Local HiiilMiHcellaiienuHMews, Fai in and Auiriculluial luformation, and such a variety of interesting and instructive reauuig mat ter Unit as ' A CHEAP FAMILY PAPER, it cannot be excelled. It Is issued in Quarto form, containing Forty Columns, and is mailed to sub- scriucrs ior One Dollar a Year In Advance. S-Specimen copies mailed to any address, on receipt oi a iwo-ceni sianip ior postage, jvauress: I'HAjHO. JI1UJC 1 -lMt.lt, New Jltoomjleld, Penn'a. BALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE. TH IC greatest success Is attending the publica lion of HALLO U'S MONTIIL Y MA QAZINE ot anv nerldlcal In the world. Hach number con tains Jnk Hunduhd 1'aoks of the choicest stories. Poems and Engravings, or Twelve Hunduhi) Paiiks every year for il.SO being fully three-fourths as large as as euner oi ine jaur-uouur magazines, at auout one-iura ineir price. 3- Now is the time to subscrlte.fA Tekm8.-S1.50 a year; 7 copies, $9; 13 copies, ?15 ta,Scnd stamp for specimen copy and propectus to ELLIOTT THOMES Jc TALBOT. Publtshers.Boslon.Mass. riY lioemnlcoi'H. rpiIE subscribers keep constantly on 'hand, a n.a A.iuit i iii i-. i ur FRENCH CALF SKINS, PINK LINING S, R OA NS , MOROCCOS, SHOE THREAD, PEGS, A WLS, and a general assortment ot articles used by Shoe makers. F. MORTIMER 4c CO. "Bleoa Patent" NOISELESS,. LINK MOTION, LOCK-STITCH Sowing Machine Challenges the 'World in Perfection of 'Work, Strength and Heai.ly of Stitch. Durability of Con struction and ltiipldlty of Motion. Call and exam ine, and for Agencies and Circulars, apply AT PIiINOII'AL OFFICE, G23 Broadway, New York. 41!81y a . KAKMEltS! EXAMINE AND BUY THE ORIGINAL. BAUCH'S BEING Tlio First Haw I'onc l'liospliate JlaJe. All Others are Imitation. BAUGll'S RAW-BONE fttapcr S'liosji-lEate olTiiitic! 1S70. FALL, This Manure. Is made of Haw or Unlmrned Hones, rich in Nitroi:cnous mailer, dissolved In Oil of Vitriol, presenting the Hone Phosphate in a highly soluble and iii!clly available form, and the Aninionia in sin-h iiioporiionuM lo insuie ainoinpt and vigorous action upon t lie crops. Where Hunch's l'liospliate was app'icd the past season, the indications, wiihotitexccptioii. aielhat it will maintain its well earned lcpr.tation. We re quest all in need of a Fci tiiia-r to give this article atUttLB A U G S-J fii SOWS, MANUFACTIHEH3, Office No. 20 3. Eelawaro Avenue, PHILADELPHIA. 4 20 dm 9 G. W. ItCSSFLL, No. 22 North Sixtli Street, opposite Commerce, rillLADLLl'llLV, Importer and Dealer in FINE WATCHES, I II I fit I trench ana American l-iocks, GOLD JEWELHY AND SILVER-WARE. Particular attention paid to Fino Watch and Clock Ilcpairing. Sir Agent for STEVENS' PATENT Tl'HRET CLOCK, the best and cheapest Timet Clock in the United Slates. Iiniuiries by mail for information regarding Clocks or Watches will be cheerfully answered. Philadelphia, 4:il01y THE NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. HOEltY MlSLlHllV HOWEKY The extraordinary success of their new and im proved manufacturing Machines for light or heavy work, lias induced the EMP1KE SEWING MACHINE CO. to manufacture a NEW FAMILY MACHINE of the same style and construction, with additional ornamentation, making it equal in beauty and lin isli with oilier Family Machines, whereas in use fulness it far Outstrips All Competitors. The price of this now acknowledged necessary ar tide comes within reach of evciy class, and the Company is prepared to olicr the most liberal in duccmciits to buyers, dcaleis, and agents. Every Machine warranted. Apply for ciiculais and samples to EMP1HE SEWING- MACHINE CO., 4.15.-Cm. No. 2!)4 Howery, New Yoik. W. II. Ph'eh. W. A. OuiiiDON. w. ii.iii,i:ii jfc co., SIANUFACiniEllS OP Trunks, Valines, Travelling Bags, UMBRELLAS, &C, No. 40 North Fourth Street, (In Merchants' Hotel Building) 1'IIILA DFLF1IIA . tr, SOLID SOLE LEATHElt TKUNKS A SPE C1A1TY. 4 18 ly It) THE 1I1NKLFY FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE. ritlCE $30. 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 in an hour. It Is operated the same as a sewing machine by hand or foot. It uses but one needle, and is tho perfection of beauty and usefulness. Circulars and cuts and full particulars free to ev erybody. Agents w anted in every county. Apply quickly. HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO., 170 Broadway, New York or. Hath, Maine. 4.1.V6m. CHEAP FOR CASH. Tho uiiler8iKneil gives notice that lio lias adopted the Cntth Plan, and now sells goods at very low rates for Cash or Country Produce only. No de viation will be made from this rulo, li. CATIICAKT,. Millerstown, Penn'a. May 3, 1870 12t.