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'mills PARAGRAPH ALONE
SUMMER A RRA NGEMENT.
("1 li EAT TIIFNK .LINK l'IKiM Till! NOIiTll
X" and North-W cs ior Philadelphia, New Yol k,
heading. Fotlsvilie, Tiiniiiiiua. Asliluiifl. Slimuoklli,
Lebanon. All' . ntown, Enstnn, Ephrala, Litlz, Lan
caster, Columbia, iVC, &C.
Trains leave llarrisburg for New York, as follows:
At ; f..V. MO, ll.li a, M., mill 2."t P. M., connect
ing Willi similar tiains on iltc i'l-iiiisylviinia Kail
rnad, and arriving nt New Yolk at 12:10 noon,
3: Ci :'." anil Initio p. m.. ri's)ii'rtivrly.
Sleeping ears accompany the f..V, and 11:25 A.
M., trains williout. cli:: ujic.
ncturning : Leave Now York nl 0 A. sr., 12 noon,
iiml 5 i'. M. : Philadelphia at s.l .. m.. anil
Jl.Dll I". M. Sleeping cars accompany the V A. M. ami
5 1'. M. trains from New York, withonl change.
l.iv.o IlaiTishurg lor Leading. Potlsvillo, Tama
pia. Miner-ivillo, Ashland, shamokin, Pine drove,
Alloniov.il. I'liilaili'Ipliia. at8.lt, a.m., nnd2.5t, anil
y.in, r. M., stopping ai Lebanon ami principnl way
stations; tin' 4 ). m. train connecting lor Phila
delphia, l'otisvilii' iiinl ulvinil'iii only. For I'otts
v il If. Sehitvlkili Haven ami Auburn, via Schuylkill
(mil Susinidiauna liailroad, leave llarrisburg at
4. l'i i. M.
Wnv passcngcrtralii leaves Philadelphia ntT.HO
A. i., 'connecting with similar trainon Ent renn'a
liailroad, returning from Heading at (.:" v. M.,
stopping ai all .stations; leave l'otisvilii' at fl.40,
iiml '.) a. m. ami 2. '0 v. m. : llerinlon at ami a. m. ;
Shainokln at 0.4U anil In. -10 A. M. : Ashlaml, 7.05 A.
M. ami I2.:l) noon ; Taimi'iua at S.."'! A. M. anil 2.201".
M. for l'liihiileliihia ami New York.
Leave l'ottsvtlle via Schuylkill ami Susquehanna
liailroad at H.15 A. m.. for llarrisburg, and 12:ii5a. m
for Pine (irove ami Tremotit.
Keailiiigaceominoilatinn train: leaves Foltsvillo
lit 5. HI A. m passing It'-adinj: at 7. :;oa. M., arriving
lit l'liilatlelphia nt ln.20 a. m., reliirnini: leaves
1'hiladelphia at"), lip. M. passing Heading at 8.0U
r. M., arriving at Pnttsviiloat !U0 P. M.
l'oltstown Aeeommoilation train : Leaves Potts,
town at (U" a. in., returning, leaves Philadelphia a
4.00 p. in.
Columbia liailroad trains leave Heading at 7-20
a. in. and (i.l" p. in. for Eplir.ita, J.iti., Lancaster,
Perkiimieu liailroad traiinleavePorkioineii.Tunc
tiou at 9 a. m. and S.IW and 5.;io p. m. ltcluruing,
leaves Schweuksvillo at 8 :H5 a. in. a nil 12.4") noon,
and 4:15 p. in. connecting with similar trains on
ColebrooUdale liailroad train leaves Potlstownat
9.40 a. in. and (i.2o p. in., ret in ning leave .Mt. Pleas
ant at 7, ami 11 :2." a. in., connecting w ith similar
trains on Heading ii. l(.
Chester Valley Kailroail trains leave Bridgeport
at 8.:jn a. in., 2.0.) and 5.02 p. m. Hemming, leave
Downingtown at 6.2o a. m., 12.1", noon, and S.15
p. in., connecting with trains on Heading liailroad.
On Sundays: Leave New York at 5 p. in. j
rhila. at S a. in. aiul:U5 p. m. ; the tin. in. train ni li
lting only to Heading: Pottsviiles a. in.; llarris
burg 5.:i-i a. m., and 4. lop. m. ; and Heading at 7:15
a. in., and 1(1:05 p. in., for HaiTisburg, at 7:2:i a. in.
for New York at 4:45 p. in. for Allentown at 9:40
a. in., and at 4:25 j). m., for Philadelphia.
Commutation, .Mileage. Season, Sehool anil Ex
cursion Tickets to ami from all points at reduced
Baggage checked through, 100 pounds allowed
(;. A.N1COLLS, Gen'lSup't.
Northern Central llnilway.
Ttrourli and Direct Route to and from Washing
ton, Jloltimore, Elmira, Eric, Ilvtfulu,
RoelieMer awl Niaaara JUln.
ON AM) AFTEH SUNDAY. JUNE 12th,
lsTO, the trains on the Northern Central liail
way will run as follows :
Leaves r.all iniore, 7.55 a.m. HaiTisbui!i, 12. :Vp. m
YVilliainspoi t 0.15 ). in., and hit. at hlmira.lO p.m.
Leaves P.altiniore, lli.nij Harrisburji, 3.20 a.m.
YVilliainspoi t, 7..'S0 a. in. Flmira, 12 noon.
Arrives at Canandaiiiua at 3.10 p. m.
FAST LINE. .
Loaves P.altiniore 12.15 p. m. Harrisburg 4.05 p.m.
Arr. at WilliamsiiortS.OOp.in., and Erie at 7.25 a. in.
Leaves Haltimore 7.40 p.m. nr. llarrisburgll.,rp.iii.
yoi; k and haiii;isi;ui;g accommodation
leaves York at 6.30a. m., arr. nt llarrisburg 8 a.ni
Emigrant Train witli passenger ear attached,
leaving llarrisburg at 7.30 a. m., arrives at Sun
bury at 11.15 a. in.
Leaves Elinlra 6.15 a. m. I YVilliainspoi t 9.45 a. ill.
Jlarrisburg 2.50 p. m. Ar.llaltiiiioro at 7.15 p.m
Leaves Canaudaigua 4.45)1. in.. Elmira 8.40 p.m.
Willianisport 12.25 a. in., llarrisburg at 5.15 a. m.
Arrives nt lialtimore at 9 a. in.
LeavesIIarrisburg 10.45 p.m., Ar. lialtimore 2.30a.m
Lvs, Sunbury 10.10 a. in., Ar.llarrlsburg 12.25 a.m-
Lvs. llarrisburg 8.45. a.m., Ar.l)altnnorel2. 10 p.m.
Y'okk and HAitmsniuo Accommodation.
Lvs. llarrisburg 5.45 p. in., Arr. at York 7.20p. m.
S-Mail Train north and south. Fast Lineiiorth,
and York and llarrisburg Accommodation north
and south, nud Erie Express, lirie Mail south, Cin
cinnati Express north, Pacillc Express south, and
Emigrant north daily except Siindav.
Imitate Express north ami south daily.
Cincinnati Express south daily except Saturday.
For further Information apply at the Ticket
oftice, Pennsylvania liailroad Depot.
ALFliHD It. FISKE,
Daily Express and Freight line
THE subscriber wishes to notify the citizens of
P.loomlleld and Newport that lie Is running a
Daily Lino 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 Bloomlleld, or Milllgan &
Musser, Newport, Pa.
.1. S. YYIUTMOltE.
Bloomlleld, January 25, 1870.
QIIK8APEAKE XAIIj "VVOIIKS
CHARLES L. BAILEY & BROTHER,
An assortment of these celeiibated kails
always on baud, for sale at the lowest market
price either at retail or by tlio Keg, at;
T. MORTIMER & CO'S,
LEWIS roTTElt. Alliirney-at Law.
Awl SYoturii 1'nhiir owl iiicin'i'r of t,.e U.
. 7(1!" Axmci'dion and (tyifrtlmi Union.
New Hloomlieid. Perry eo.. Pa.,
fl3-()llee live doors West of Suleh shotel. ;i21y.
BP. MclNTIltE Attorney at Law, and Dis-
trict Atloi nevof Perry enmity. Olilee w ith
J. T. Mclntlre. New lilooinlleld, Penn'a.
M. N. SEIllKltT, Attoiney-ntJ.aw,
New lllooinlield, Perry eo.. Pa.
llloomllehl, 3a'J ly.
"V7"M. M. SUTCH, Attorney-at-Law, and Mill
V tary Claim Agent.
New Hloomtleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
WOlllce Two doors West of F. Mortimer's
Store 3 7 ly
Wil. A. SPONSI.EIt, Attorney-at-Law,
Otliee adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New lilooiuiicld, Perry eo., Pa. 3 2 ly
Q 11. CALllltArni, Attornev-at-Law,
O, New lilooinlieid. Perry eo., Pa.
-Pensions, lloiinties, Hack Pay, and nil
Claims against the Government, promptly collect
ed. Olllce w ith Win. A. Sponsler, Esq. 3 2 ly.
CLEE MUlMtAY, Attorney-at-Law, and Ileal
New llloomllelil. Perry eo., Pa.
3 Olllce with lion. P.. 1". .Itinkin, South Car
lisle street. New llloinlield, Pa. 3 2 ly.
CIIAS. A. llAltNETT. Attorney-at-Law,
New Ulooinllelil, Perry co.. Pa.
Olllce adjoining Mortimers Store 3 2 ly
i' Jil.,l, Jllliri lir.-ill'ljil ,t.
li. New Wnomliold. Perry co.. Pa.
1 live 1 1 .......... n I T .. ...
Oliiee one door West of Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly.
CIIAS. ,1. T, MclNTIliH. Atlorney-at-Law,
New lllooinlield, Perry eo.. Pa.
'3" All professional business promptly and faith
fully attended to. 3 2 ly.
JOHN (i. SilATTO, Surgeon Dentist,
New Hlooiulleld, Perry Co., Pa.
ttU-All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Den
tistry done in the best manner, and at reasonable
nrices. Oiliee over Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly
I HAVE ltEMOVEDlny Law Olllce to the build
ings on Market Sip. are. opposite the Court
House, and immediately Im.'k of the Hank. and 1
ask the business public lor a share of iispatron-
" S. II. O ALP.llAITH, AU'y at Law.
lilooinlleld, April 12, lsfo :l
Ileal Estate Ayviu-) f.-y I'erry Co.
S. II. fJ.M.nilAlTII.
l'OTTKll .V (1ALJUA1TH,
IS e 1 t n i c A g' c ii f ,
New JJIooiisii."Iii, iii.,
OFFEli at Private Sale over OVER ONE
HUNDRED FAR Wi3 in Perry County,
Pa., varying in size from 20 I'1 300 Aejes, and
at prices ranging from S10 to S100 per acre.
Allot the above Ileal Estate is located within 45
miles of the Capital of the State, and convenient
to markets, none of it being more than 20, and
much of it within 5 miles of the 1'enu'a. It. K.
Perry County is among the tinest Agricultural
Counties in the. Slate, Tim land being principally
limestone, red shale and Hint gravel.
Persons wishing to view any of the above prop,
properties can do so, by calling at the oiliee of tlio
ir- Persons having properties for sale, would do
well in calling on the above.
-Please send lor a Circular giving a full de
scription of eacli property 1 20 ly
THE BEST IN USE
IT combines all the licst features of other good
New and Valuable Improvements,
which make it
THE EASIEST AND MOST QUIET 11UNNINU
as well ns tho
Most Simple Machine iu Use.
IT M'ILL HEM
IT WILL BRAID,
IT WILL TUCK,
IT WILL GATHER,
IT WILL QUILT,
anil will use cither Silk, Cotton, or Linen Thread
with equal ease.
It uses a straight needle and makes a stitch
ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
The principal ofllee .of tho company is at
JVo, 704 Clicslnut Street,
These machines are for sale In Perry County by
JAMES L. DIVEN
F. MORTIMER & CO.,
IWThe jniblic are invited to call at either o the
above placet anil me a Machine in operation.
OF THIS PAPElt
FOR A WHOLE YEATt.
Ten yenrs of hard work and hard knocks, have
the largest and most complete
in America, if not In Hie
TV J 1 O 1 O Ol'l I
P.y constant endeavors, we have avoided all the
old ruts and antiipiated methods of tho trade,
until now OAK 1IALL, is universally ac
knowledged to be
A ?4 EXCEPTIO W .
THE ItEASONS AllH
1. Wo have built a house for our business, cov
ering nearly half an acre.
2. Instead of wedging it in between other build
ings, making it dark, and obscuring the goods, it
is built on the corner of three streets, anil any one
may count in it 261 windows.
3. We employ skilled Workmen, Ono Hundred
and Kilty ol whom may be seen under our roof by
any one having the lime and curiosity to visit our
Establishment, and besides these, 1100 to l.SOO sew
ers arc employed at theirown homes.
4. Wo wake no imperfect goods.
5. We thoroughly sponge ami shrink ALL our
6. We purchase our goods at first hands, in
large lots sometimes in bills of over Sluo,WW at
We set our faces against every species of unfair
dealing, and w ill dismiss any employee in any way
guilty of it.
R. We have such enormous sales that we arecon
tcnt with a prollt far below tho trade margin.
9. We warrant all our goods, and will give every
possible guarantee to purchasers at
Tlio above are facts that no one can truthfully
dispute, as the examination wo so cordially in
vite, will fully prove. i
We ask the encouragement and support of all
classes of people, feeling sure that in establishing
The Largest Clothing House
In .A-iii oi'ion ,
vc enlist the patronage of all who aro Interested
in the prosperity of our Commonwealth.
Wanamakcr & Brown,
Oak Hall Buildings,
S. E. Corner Sixth and Market Sts.,
Nos. C33, 534, 530 Market Street.
Kos. 1, 8, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 South Cth Street.
Tlio llarrisburg Fertilizer Company
OFKEU for sale at their manufactory located at
PEKDIX, PEliKY COUNTV, PA., on the
Pennsylvania Kail Itoad,
rUUE GltOUND BONE,
SUPER PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
j. ii I in n 1 O o m i o h t
' AT LOW PRICES I
- For Price Lists, Sc., address
Ilarruburg Fertilizer Company,
3r Highest prlco paid (or Eenes.-t 4332m
I 'i 2311llM,
Mo Hiding a ,
Balusters, Newel Posts, Scroll, Sawing,
CIRCULAR WORK, &c, &c,
Made and Warranted from dri materia!, and
all common sizes of
DOORS AND SASH,
Kept on hand ami for sale by the undersigned.
3-Send for List of Prices to
KIMtOUT t KDDY,
43!- Lycoming county, Pa.
Perry County Bank!
WlJOissSeir, Jtiiinlsm &. Co.
rpiIE undersigned, having formed a Hanking As
sociallon under the above name and style, are
now ready to do a General Hanking business at
their new Hanking House, on Centre Square,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
NEW BLOOMFISLD, 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 Philadelphia and
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
tor doing a Hanking Business; and knowing, and
for some years, feeling the great inconvenience un
der which the people of this County labored for tho
want of a Hank of Discount and Deposit, we have
have determined to supplythe want : and this being
the llrst Bank ever established in Perry county, we
hope we will be sustained in our efforts, by all th
business men, farmers and mechanics.
Tills Hanking Association is composed of the fol
lowing named partners:
W. A. Kpoxsi.eu, lilooinlleld. Perry county. Pa.
' II. K. .Ii nkin, " "
A. fi. flu.i.Kii, Sliipponsbui'g, Cumberland eo.,ra.
.John Woniiuhi.hh, " " "
liKMlV HriiY, " " "
Wm. II. Mii.i.kh, Carlisle, " "
W. A. SPON.SLEH, President.
William Willis, Cashier.
New Hloomtleld, 3 5 ly
E. M. E 15 Y,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes.
A Splendid Assortment of
Always on hand, which will be sold at low prices
W Orders from riiyslcians promptly
attcntlcd to with great care.
Newport, Perry County, Penn'a.
THE subscribers keep constantly on hand, a
FINE ASSOKTMEKT OF
FRENCH CALF .SKINS,
PEGS, A WLS,
and a general assortment ot articles used by Shoe
F. MORTIMER Se CO.
Cnnli Iaitl lbx Gi'ttiii.
THE I)UCANON IKON COMPANY
have rented the tilt 1ST MILL of Mr. OriMlth
Jones, of that place, and aro prepared to buy
Grain to any amount for CASH.
. JOHN W1STF.K, Treasurer.
Duncannon, July 26, 1870.
FAltMEKS ! KXAMINE ANIJ HVY
The Tirst Haw Bono rWpliate Made.
All Others arc Imitation.
BA UG JI 'S
Kispci Flccyjjlnalo of Urn?!
This Manure is made of Haw or I nbiirned
Hones, rich In Nitrogenous mutter, dissolved in
Oil of Vitriol, presenting the Hone Phosphate In a
highly soluble and ipileklv available form, and the
Ammonia in such proporiionas to insure a prompt
and vigorous action upon the crops.
Where Haugh's Phosphate was applied the past
season, the indications, without exception, are that.
It will maintain Its well earned reputation. Vie re
(piest all in need of a Fertilizer to give tills article
"""'"B AilCH & SOfCS,
Offico ITo. 20 S. Eehttara Avenua,
4 29 Om 9
c w. ii vnmuLL,
No. 22 North Sixth Street, opposite Commerce,
Importer and Dealer ii)
French and Amsrican Clocks,
SILVER - WARE.
H3,Partioular attention paid to Fine Watch
ami Clock liepairing.
?r Agent for STEVENS PATENT Tt'RKKT
CLOCK, the best and cheapest Turret Clock in tho
- Inquiries lv mail for inrormation regarding
Clocks or Watches will be clieerlmly answered.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
....... . i: ., ...... ......a ,.r llw.li. iiiiu' !iml lilt.
IOC C-MlilOMlllim J niuir.,.. im.. r...
proved manufacturing Machines for light or heavy
work, lias induced the
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE CO.
to manufacture a NEW FAMILY MACHINE or
the same stylo and construction, with adtUtioJinl
ornamentation, making it equal in beauty and lln
Ish witli oilier Family Machines, whereas in use
fulness it far
Outstrips All Competitors.
The price of this now acknowledged necessary sir
tide comes within reach of every class, . and tin;
Company is prepared to oiler the most liberal In
ducemeiits to buyers, dealers, and agents, l.very
Apply for circulars and samples to
EM PUt E SKW1NO MACHINE CO.,
4.15.-G1H. No. 2i4 Howery, New Yolk.
W. H. Pll'EU. "W. A. OlilllSON.
w. ii. ni'rois co.,
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Eags,
No. 40 North Fourth Street,
(In Merchants' Hotel Building)
m, SOLID HOLE LEATHElt THUNKS A SPE
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE.
Every family in tiie country needs one.
It knitB everything from a mitten to a blanket.
A child 12 years old can learn to work it in an hour.
It is operated tho same as a sewing machine by
hand or foot.
It uses but one needle, and Is the perfection of
beauty and usefulness.
Circulars and cuts and full particulars free to ev
erybody. Agents wanted In every county. Apply quickly.
HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE CO., 17
Broadway, New York or, Bath, Maine. 4.15-Cm.
THE WORLD'S WONDER !
Kqualaxliii Oil !
THIS Oil for Klieuiiiatism 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
lie. It Is for salo at 60 cents per bottle, by
NOKTH E. BOLlNGEIt,
Perry county, Pa.
AND F. MOUTIM Eli & CO.,
New Bloomlleld, Pa.
ltellef given almost Instantly, and permanent
cures etlected. 4 ltf am
CHEAP fOH CASIl7Teuiukisirned
pives notice that Iio lias adopted tlio tush
l'lan, and now nells goods nt very low rates
for Cash or Country Produce only. No de
viation will bo niado from this rule.
May 3, 1870 12t.
Clocks. Another new lot of 80 hour
and 8 day Clocks just received by F. Mon
TlMEit & Co.New Bloomlleld.