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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               Ihc MONDAY, JtJLY 5. 1875. PB1OB ONB HALFPENNY. 0 l> T 1: K A M Ij A D B llr.l: fOl.lJS M.- ANNCU. tw trU in Dirlis J) K u I, K ii A .M L' S 1 l i 'l. V Y Mr. U A KVJ.MSU with u Kllin'I'-f fnkll'ANV -STAR AUTliTM l.'i CHA.Vlit: OF TALKNT. A I. I.I, tj-U-l JVxa A'tdf-n -H A I! U A H A ii H   T -iTAH.nl.D.ji'FT.I'.KT, HAMIKY I ii Ji T I ?i i. A L K BKOWNHILLS HOUSE LADIES' SCHOOL, cue! mud by 0 IT: irill Jfuij 'iJtt, L A T K K K L. NASCAEflUtt, Luiruim PALTOB, A.fl) EZTllL, 1 U I' I C IJ A u 1 L I. V U A N LEY. Mana'act'jrcr. Whcleaalu Retail. J. ____________________________ RIUIVKl) 1JKU', CARVEK ami UILDEJi, LOOKI.Si; WINDOW. L'ORNlirK, o4 1'll.TL'UK FI'.AilK MA.VUKACTUUER. ijLl i'ranna TLj Irudu r HANLST. _ FT w u f.'o u aT J. TI.V-J-LATK WOUKEB, MANl'r'ACTLT.M'., Tl.VMHN'S FITTINGS iaJ TIN I'LATK MKHCHANT, TOBACCONIST, 4c. W HO L HBA L A -'I I) K Z T A I L and 100, miSH-STIit-rrr, LONGTOJi. JAWN MOW KISS i.f tin) bfot makcn) kept iu A .luck l.y JOSEPH HAILDON and CO, Iiio.-t ?i tWCASTLE. i' M uiAchinci and made as new oa the VIKW i VIM) vi.v. 1 11 I1, rilK-NTs J TEST, r. '1 K .iii'l MAJiyUKKS HIKE, from BAKKAT11, WATKUPUOOf OIL CLO'ITI 1 U U L I r' r1 K LI A N K STUKE-IJM- THKNT N I I K I l: V.V. I, IfANI.KY, VV 13' Ui A I GROCKK AND PROVISION DEALER. AT Kill, n u I'll I N'T I NO uKKIi; h i i i! i; c i u H Y I'l'IM'H: NliW-iAfir.XT. AI i nI'M III in C .M rii n v T n .s 'i' Y W ii TuiJlll.H, I. IAI.K InV IiKAl CM V.N 'InNTINK I'llKKT, II A N I. K LsTAi'i1' INN. .NO u, J IIAN'J.KY. I liWif-' IIIi.iilN'Iiu'I HAM lliit.i nt IhnSi-i ..-n'l 11: r-'ip.'. I! inform t IM-I (nrii.lt iia, t1.- '.K h vl lull, n lli.l tun, lll.rl liopolU, Rl.'fl nlti-uti.lll till'I u lint-i'lmrt urll "Io U) -i- urn of lliu 'Ihn I ilJAl i i mi.I I'lu llin liruinl-i nlwiiyi !t K It uU.-i..U I iii.ni.r-i, Ililli, in .11 KllUKHiN' uuJ I.N1- }.iilN .'.'I lliN'il-.K. olHiA.S llb'll.UKK. K'l lanUA.KHAI; I SiilmiilF..l aiul l''4luiiiit.-rt I MYmi for CH iriiL'U ll.m I I'llAMUHI: (UiilAN'H. pi. 11' K Hi.'il.rY 'inllN II NTI'.A.M HAW MII.Lcj. f) AM' .IKNI'IUAI, .VKV.i'AiTl.lvl'MH-.IM.'i M K. trxlo innolii-J with GENUItTE HOME MADE URKAD. of A ri'lalriivi-'i, S iiml I'Vivnii'-i ut SAWlNii In INK H'll Till' THAIiK ___ I 1, 1 A U PS! I! I> I, I A R D S c ii AND D i: A i; u l ITS. 11 A K K K 1! T I- I! A i1 C n N I S T 'i. T A K K irl: D S T II 1) K T, IIASI.KV. U T O K K K r> I'AII.DK UOKIKU, GLOVE It, 07. I' C C A I) I I, 1. V 11 A N L K V K O Ii jfl. V A i. JN s A M v i-: i. ii i 1.1., l l.i >'l III i.KNKK.U. nl t i 11 Ii llVM.KY, mill 1-1. K'KkllN'.', 'I'O .'I. TiivilNK M'UKKT. IIANI.KY j.' HOVS'ANP ViU'TlIS'SIT ll.l (roai VIl'KS, WAP MAIiI. K1UK llKIi KS. ,V. .101 l.T.Y mill NuiH'.N, Mnn-if.u-- i> 1 i.f dl SAN'lTAili S'U'KI-'T KILN iji'AliUlKcJ.HAili'iAi: W. S A i, -SXKYP conianoF. SIiiKK.nN TliKN'T, M n i: o o K r, K o KU of ci.m'.KnAP. iirii.-'i.t vviNtis. tii.i Tt. IV .ill I' K Y. KK-iill.T A .S P K 1-: A P lan. STKVENHON, WA'l'CJI AND CLOCK MA.VL-VACTUHEK, IIOi'K-STRKLT, JUANLEY. A larfii of Juwullory. Gold and liuunli of Kront Muaufuctarer of nil of Kunli.ili uud Luiule on thu Pnimlwa. Alto a lurKn of Gold and SLlTer WatcliM, uf tliu Ixint inuki', uud umdo to order. A large xiiortui.'ut of Riuga, nud u private room lo from, N km.ln of Ki-nairi iJiinctanlly uttcndod to, aad ilo'jd wurkinuu. WYCUKULKt'S LONDON DINING No. I, I'ICCADILLY, N'l'nr tho Town Hull, Hiuiloy. HOT Ul.NNKKH dully, Irum 1J fcu 3 o'clock. CHOI'S, HTUAKd, TKA, COFlfEE, oa the nborti'tit notico. Clt A K L JS 3 B WIlOLEaALE AND RETAIL C11INA DfLALEll, i1 I C C A D i L L 1 H A N L K Y. 3 T A V t' 0 It D S S. I E E. Cuniol hmr ponoilii in (froi't varioty. ____ XTKW bKWrNCl MACHINE DEPOT, il'J-J, STAKKOUD-STHKKT, HANLEY, II. SCIiACiU liiwiiiH opuncJ thci nbovo promueii, in. '.iniiilni tlmt ho luw on hiind u lirst-cliuib Stoolc of MA- CHUVKH. uuiiiiifucturud li> liriulbury und Co., Limited, Oldhaui, mntitblu for fimiilica or iimnnfucUircrrt, Tho HuiH.norily oi unifliinoii onftbkut tho caakora to carry uff TliirUn'U firil-cliiiiii iiriicu in 1873, in touipotition with ill othi'r mnuuEiicLuron lit homo ntul nbroiicl. M. .4. li.irinK hutl noarly twenty yours' practical oi- Li'Tii'iico wttli tlio libovu couitmuy, uolicitn an inspection by ir.ti.iuliiii; nnrrlniriitrs. Hu nudortnkoti tho repairing jml oi Mnchiucu of ovoiry kind at roiuonable U 11 L I C _ A N N O f N C E M E N T. VISITORS to tho POTI'KKIKS aro roqnoatodnot miim nctiiug tho srLKNDID OP NATTJHAL UISTOltr SPECIMENS j D o 'INN AND NIHETH STAKFOIIDSUIKK MUSEUM, BEOAD- STKKKr, SHKLTON. Propriotor, JOHN SNOW. ri 1110MA.S" MKI7LOR7 M. (J KS of uvcry ilertoription Ropuirfl promptly oxo- Nuw nnd Curringcs, nnd a S'.oi-k of Tinibor nlivftya on hnad. il I L L S T R K K T H A N L K Y.______________ V" f K I N N I) iTIt S L E M T (Ap.i.iiMiNu RAILWAY AI.LSOIT'fJ MILD, PALK, nnd STliONO ALK STORKS. GUINNESS'S GKNU1NH 11UIIL1N STOUT ON DKAUQHT. Norsn Horan you QUALITY. I.KWISl WHI'ITAKKB, Propriotor. K. os'ovn, AND IL'IIAKU 1'ERRY, Ladica' and OuntlcmOH's I.ti Fiuhionnhln HOOT nnd SUOK Eatabliahmont, .-I, DUBSLBM. ('r-ltTs .t Neatly A Promptly Wv K "T" "K HKICICLAYK1S nnd CONTRACTOR, 24 1IANLKY. niOPKKTV RKFAlRKD AND MATERIALS ON THE 1JE3T_TKKMS. II 0 K I' 1 C U LT UK A' E X H C R. C L A R K VVXU'AlTUREK, WAGGON, CART and KICK CLOTHS, WINTON'.TKIUiACE, STOKE. T U TKN'VS oHllin? K-ttitunlo ffvicu, on application, for 1 of 1'onln, SIoniiiocH, ti'iiiponiry fencing, jfrnnd i. pny bim-1 tubliny, bar, Also, nil kiml.1 of '.1'tnp.ir.irv Au., rtmurcil at Agricultural Short Mi h s ft i: rouoron DINING KOOMS, TiaxiTY-STKKKr, MILKS'-UANK, ILVNLEY. Hot Diimcra linily from 12 to 3 o'clock. 'l' ANN i. u y on the, Shoi-Vsl Notice. L'otT-s1. nml S rn ii K r t.o U Li" I K. Carriajto lluililcr, Licbfipld-atrwl, Hunlsy, liunouncKi that ho baa cutored oo poa- of the nbovc hotel, and agium E-l'.o pnbiK' thAt no nsprtion sliiill bo wanting on hid part j lo CHUT for Ihrir comfort. 1 plain or witb cold 'Ac., on tho 1 no'.ico. ot Winw, tipirU', Siurklictr Ali'i, ami Dublin Stout. TraTcllcrs I nccomanijtcd nitb bxils. Increfueii stabling accommoda- tjou. Wocirourtto and Dog-Cart at a law minutes' coliOr Krpry nttcntion paid to tho wnnta find comfort of i K. 1'. w.ll at home in tbol ercninirf, and will piro prompt attention to nil onlcrs cntnuleJ to him in the L'am.itffl o s K e H D'A L l o-.: .1 i.-r rv.-.cni fo- TAILOR AND DRAPER, I'hi- of JfwdUry ot'.sr 54, H1GH-STEEET Txi.ii t'-o diJiW. HANIEY. i: 1 i II. H A .s S A I. I.. A N P l I-KAiTU-AI. .IKWKI.LKI'.S, V. T i H N r. r 1. n i' K M A K K 'fit they haii :r.-S THKO. SMITH) "AMES MILLEK, Janior, (late TATLOR, HABIT, AND 1IBEECHES HIGH-STREET, HANLEY. The followiac an always ia Lueola, Benaett ana Co-'i Celebrated HILK HATS. TKM and Celebrated AMERICAN SILK HATS. and C'o.'s EXTRA IJGHT GREASE PROOF SILK HATS, weight frwu 31 to Sang.tir's UMBEELLiS, Dent'S KID GLOTES, Ford'i EtJKEKA SHIETB, Weka Msrgetsou'ii SCARVES. _ Also, a large Selection of GENTLEMEN'S FIEST-CLASS T7NDEB-CLOTHING. BOOTH AND SON, 61, P E N K H UL L ST BEE T, NEWCASTLE, DEALERS IS FOEEIGN AND BRITISH CIGABS, GUINNESS, SON, AND Co'a. DUBLIN POETilt AND STOUT, In CASK aim AGENT FOR CHESTER AND Co's MILD AND PALE ALES. s T O N T T A U H E K S THE CHEAP I N E 8 T E AND JONES, CLOTHIEE8, E E T, HA N L E T. TO TOUEISTS AND THE GENEBAL PUBLIC. S FENTON, HAIE DRESSER, TEINITY-STBKET. HANLEY, near the Tramway Terminus, to inf.na the Pnlilio that he has now on hied a largo Anaortment ot TRAVELLING BAGS, COURIER BAGS and LADIES' BAGS, of tke nowihit doeignj, and of tha best material, nkich ii prepared to offer at moot reasonable pricm. An iaBpection in renpectlully solleiUd. A aplendid uuortBient of WALKING STICKS and CANES, Plain and Silnr-Boaoted. TobaecoauU' Fancy of erery description. Tobacco and Cigars of cboiout quality. Eatabliahment ia eloged at THO o'olook on Thurndaya. CR 0 8 B P A E E D M U S T A K D. IB miied for the Uble, doea not dry or ferment In the Crnot, and will keep fresh and gwd, howerer loni in OM, proniled the cork ia replaced in tho bottle. Pmoi la. FIE BOTTLX, No ingredient iufnrioni to kealth ia tued in making thu preparation. PucrAJiicD BI E. H. CHOYDON (LATK DISFINBINO aun TAXILT CHIMIST, (Kigbl yeura Dispenaer at the North Staffordshire I ROHM NEW CAST LE-UNDEB-LYMB. Agent for KIHMOHD iind Co'e. celebrated APNEUUATIO MINERAL WATERS in Syphon Bottles. Aourr yott HAMLirr................................................J. D. FUBIflVAL (late MABKET-SQUAEE. H E N K Y P1DDDCK and JEWELLEE3 and WATCH MANUFACTUBEH8, lUttitBT SQUABI, HANHT. And 21, ANN'S UAKOBBITU. 6 N a. BuporioT GOIJ) and SILVER WATCHES. AU warranted for two years. Fine GOLD ALBERT and GUABD CHAINS. Liberal Diaoounta oft Prawntationi. Fine GOLD .TEWELLEEY, and a large Stock of Electro-Plate and Jet. WEDDING EINQ3 in room. Clowld at.Ono o'clock oa TnnrBdayB. DYEING AND CLEANING IN ALL ITS BEANCHKS. GENTLEMEN'S SUHUEE CLOTHING CLEANED. TROUSERS BLOCKED ia the FEENCH STYLE, atrntohed longer or wider, by on entirely new process. No pressing or ironing. Samples shown ut thu Uurslem and Haaloy Shops. G. BENNETT, 128 AKD 129, NEWCASTLE-8TEEET, BUBSLEM, AND 2G, HOPE-STBEET, HANLEY. TAYLOE, PEINTEB AND STATIONEB. 29, LTVEEPOOL-EOAD, 8TOKK. ME. EOLMES'S BOOT AND SHOE WABEHOUSE, HIGH-STEEET, FENTON. T E JAPANES DUBABLE, NEVEB HEQDIBE K T A I N S and ELEGANT. WASHING. G. WHITTINGHAM AND SON, CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTEBEBS, 5 and 7, ALBION-STE E ET, HANLEY. SOLE AGKNTS. yards long, Ca. 3d.; 3 yards long, 7s. 6d.; 3 yards long, Sa. 9d. O H N SANT, IMPOBTEE OF AGENT FOB THE PHCENIX BEEWEBY COMPANY'S CELEBBATED DUBLIN STO UiT. WINES AND 8PIBITS OrriOM aSD STOU.JH GLEBE-STREET, STOKE. WEDDING AND BIBTHDAY PEESENTS. CHABLES 11, PAELIAMENT-KOW. WOEK BOXES, WEITING DESKS, WBITING CASES, 2s. 3d. to 40s. HANLEY. LADLES' and BAGS, 2a, Cd. to 35s. CAED CASES, CIGAR CASES, 2s. 3d. OPHKA GLASSES, 6d. to SMELLING BOTTLES, 3s. Cd. to 19s. INKSTANDS, 2a. 2d. Io 30s. PUE3ES, lo, to 15s. LADIES' COMPANIONS, Ja. 3d. to 30s. WORK BASKETS, 2s. to 12a. 6d. DRESSING CASES, ISs. te 50a. POBTBAIT ALBUMS, 2s. 3d. to 25s. GOLD, SILYER, PLATED, and BLACK JEWELLERY. A Large Stock of WOOD and WICKBB PEBAMBULATOBS, N D J. MONK WINE AND SPIRIT MABKKT-SQU ABE, 0 AND ME U CHANTS, HANLEY. RETAIL MABKET-STREET AND NEW-STEEET, HANLEY; CHANCEEY-LANE, ;LONGTON. P B pnt. a. d. .3 6 .2 H- ..2 3 BRAXDY. gal. qrt. hot. B. d. a. d. B. d. Hcnnc.wy or Mortal's lie oat Cognac 23 0...7 0...1 8 GoodCopittC......21 0...5 '1...3 6. Ditto B.B.......18 0...4 G...3 0. WUISKEY. Irish, Rows Old ,15s. per doa., bottlod in bond 3 9 Irinh, Fine Old 18 0...4 B...3 0.. 2 3 Ditto, Good......13 -1...3 8 Hcnncasy or Martel'0 Brandy, 5s. and 5u. 6d. ICE LIST S P I E I T S. gill. noe. s. d. d. 9 ...11 4 8 H... 7 WHIBKIT. Scotch, finest High- land Scotch, lalay Ditto, Cumpbolton.. Run. Jamaica boat Ditto, good .1 14... 7 GIN. .0 10 5 LOB don, best Ditto, common Spirits of Wine, 28a. per fall. 3e. each. qrt. hot, pnt. gill. nog. a. d. e. d. B. d, B. d. B. d. d. 81 0...5 4...3 4 8 18 0...1 C...3 0...2 3 ...1 li... 7 16 0...4 0...2 S...2 0 ...1 0 6 18 0...4 G...3 0...2 2 ...1 15 0...3 0...2 C...1 11 ...1 U... 7 e e 13 4..3 4...2 3...1 8 ...0 10 5 10 0...2 0...2 0...1 4 ...0 8 4 Hollands Gin, in original bottles, FURNITURE! FURNITURE I FUKNITUBE I! AARON PItlCE, 20, HoFB-BTRirv, HANLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FURNITURE, IBON BEDSTEADS, MATTRESSES, 4c. All articles may bo Paid by Fortnightly Inatalments, if Preferred. ALL GOODS IMPORTANT NOTICE to tho WORKING CLASS. FUKNISH YOUR HOUSE from T. STUBBS, Complete HOUSE FTJBNISHER, Next to the Post Office, HIGH-STREET, FENTON, His motto being Small Profits and Qnick Returns. The I'rntio Supplied on reasonable terms with IRON BEDSTEADS and MATTRESSES. EQUITA BLE BENEFIT V BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. MONEY ready to be advanced approTed security. No Bonoa on advances required. Charges filed by rale. For particulars, apply to the Secretary, Mr. 410UNSDON, 13, Nelson-street, a LOBS COMMERCIAL HOTEL AND POSTING ESTABLISHMENT. NEWCASTLE-UN.DEE-LYME. RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Good Stabling, and erery accommodation Ac Ordinary ercry Monday at o'clock. Billiards. THOMAS WOOLF, Proprietor. JOHN BILET, No. 1. MILL STBEET, NKAJI THE EAILWAT STATIOH, HAXLEY. FaTnitnre Bemorcd to any part by Road or Fill, on Ita lOCTtcrt BOtlCB. All Orders wit] Prompt Packm and Slwdr Ihrhm ktfil. HANLEY MAEKET. JOULE'S STONE and other CELEBBATED ALES, always in condition at J. PANTLING'S. S W'A N PASSAGE. Foreign and British Wiaei ot the Fintat Qoality. ENBY CROSS'S PICTURE FEAMESG ESTABLISHMENT an3 FINE ABT EEPOSI- TOaY, NEWCASTLE-STREET, BUBSLEM. Pictures Framed in erery style at moderate prices. Looking glasses and picture frames re-put, and oil paintings, carefully cleaned and restored. Tho choicest selection of pictures in the district. and Bookbinding promptly executed. H HODGKINSON, 17, PICCADILLY, HANLEY, _ ,un> HIGH-STREET A.BD KEELE-STBEBT, TUNSTALL, EALEB in all makes of MACHINES, for SEWING KNITTING, WASHING, WRINGING, Ac. R. H. also offers at 17, PICCADILLY, HANLEY, CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING, Ac, AND B e PKIZE MEDAL HATS May now be had at WHOLESALE PRICES, AT THE DEPOT 45. PICCADILLY, H.A N L E Y AMES 8 C Ej O FIB L D TAILOR AND GENEBAL OUTFITTEH, 41, PAiLiAMairr-aow. RUTLIT. SHTBTS. TIBS, 8CABT3, COLLAES, F. KEATES, CARVERS, GILDEBS, PICTURE FRAME MANUKACTURKBS. aa4 Gcotral Dmbn in WORKS OF ABT. Not 96 aui 38, CHIAWIDI, HA.VLIT, ban on riew at their Show Boca a tplsodid of Slodern Engraiiniri, Chronio-LJttographi, Plain ami Coloured Photofranai, Oil PainUni; Fae Similes ot reajarkablj aueotion, and also tin iaTtmtionj ia Art proilnctiaBK OIL PAINTINGS Re-Uned, Cleaned, and Battona by a London expart Ormolu Tabka, OornicM. Picture and Lookiaf-QUx Frames repaiiad and re-gilt eq.aal to new by worknoa of long experience. Oxford frames in Enrliih GoU, Oak, Ebony, Walnmt, Ac. WB E N T L E Y (late of PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKEB. Last! caiefnlly fitted to Uu tent. NJB. BENTLEY'8 PARAGON WABT BOOTS, warranted to can any kind of corns, bnnboa, tbu prnruif a real BOOB to all troabUJ witt tender feeL 167, MiLL-ermaT, HjLNIJT. MBA1LHY, WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANT, DUK K WILLIAM INN, MABKET-SQUAHE, BUBSLEM, respectfully announces that he supplies BASS'S BITTER BEER, ALE, and POSTER, at Brewers' Prices. Carriage Free to all of Districts. Best Old SPIRITS from 3i. the Bottle. Fiao Old POET and 8HEBEY WINES frWB 3s. UM Bottle. BUCKLEY, 28, HAELEY STREET, B A N L K T AOINT VOB MCDOUOALL BMOG. ,CITT COUN MILLS, MAKOUJSKTUI ALSO GIUMDU AUD Co., VrnioAB WOKKB, MAHKKT, MB. G. N. NEWMAN, PBOFESSOB MUSIC. (Orgaaist of St. Luko'i, Hanky.) Taacher of Singing, Pianofortu, Orgaa, and Ear- uoiaium. 13, ST. LUKE-STEEET, HANLEY. THE LEAMINGTON RANGE. Tho LICHFIHfcD RANGE. The BIRMINGHAM RANGE, The AMERICAN COOKING STOVES. Tho most GAS COOK1NQ STOVES. MARBLE and ENAMELLED SLATE CHIMNEY PIECES in (frcnt vorioty. Poliebed 'ZINC. Stourbridpo CLAY, and Enamelled [RON BATHS, supplied nnd fucd uiwrftho most approved principles. BELbi: hung nud ropuired, MatimatoB for any of the above (jivim by JOSEPH BAILDON and CO.. NEWCASTLE. TO ORGAN STUDENTS. PBIVATE PRACTICE may now bo bad upon a first-class terms, apply to F. BEOUOHAM, 40, SIIILTOH. HOBSE and CATTLE KEEPEES DSB GBIM- SHAW and BAESTOW'S CATTLE CONDI. WENT, which is better than the best of any.other sort PEICE, per owt. PEOVIDENCE MILLS, GUIDE BIMBOE, ceai SOLI AOIMT: W WAIN, (0, CANNON-STREET. HANLEY. COALI COALI OOALI TOvJTHE MANUFACTUEEES OF HANLEY AND jajBBOUNDINa DISTEICT. PLANT, JITK., BUCKNALL and VT LEEK, is DOW in a position to supply good House Fire COALS and Engine SLACK, also Coals .and Slack suitable for Manufacturing purposes. Terms (which are moderate) on application. TO THE INHABITANTS OF HANLEY AND ITS VICINITY. CLACY, having contracted for a large quantity of Petroleum Oil for the Winter Season, is able to Sell the Best Petroleum Oil at -Id. per Quart; very best Paraffin3.1. per quart (warranted Benzine 6d. per quart, Napitha Gd. per Quart, the beet mported. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in tho boat oils. Notice the address C. LAOT, Tin Plats Worker, Trinity-street, Hauler. Iron Pumpi Constantly on Hand A largo quantity of PAEAFFIN OIL LAMPS on Sale. JOHN TIBBELL, HOMCEOPAT1IIC CHEMI8T, MABXET-8QUABE, HANLEY. HOMCEOPATHIC UEDICTNE3 of tht gnatett purity in erery form and all potencioa. HOMCEOPATUIC MEDICINE CHESTS in (Treat variety. DOMESTIC GUIDES lo HOMCEOPATHIC T1EAT WENT from IB. TTBBELL'S HOMCEOPATHIG COCOA is tbe bat Shilling Cocoa sold. The largest assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES in the Potteries. FEEFUMES tho mast extensive and bolt selected ctock ia the district. Agent for tlio London Lion Tea Company'i otls. brated 2s. and 6d. TEAS._______________ N 0 T E INE OF THE CHEAPEST HOUSES in North Staffordshire for HOSIERY, SVIALLWAEES, CUTLERY, JEWELLERY, and FANCY GOODS, Is the Old-Established Depet of J. B E E T T, Successor to John Quoroll, 4, LIVEBPOOL-BOAD, ______8TOKE-ON-TRSNT._________ IMPORTANT NOTICE. O rHE BOEOUGH TEA, WINE, and PBOVT- STOEES, 44, and 45, InoNMABitET, KBWCAKTLI. TVe beg most reapectf nlly to infortii you that onr Now and Ertensive and '15, IRON MARKET, NEWCASTLE, ire now open. Ttio forour of a rislt will oblige W. HOW80N and SON. RED LION COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, MAEKET-PLACE, LEEK. HENEY SWIFT, PEOPEIETOR. FLEST-CLASS STABLING, LOOSE BOXES, AND LOCK-UP COACH-HOD8E. BILLIAED-EOOM. NEWLY FITTED-UP. EAVING THE T O W SELLING OFF SELLING The ENTIRE STOCK of GENERAL DRAPERY SILK MERCERY, HOSIERY. HABKHDASHKfJv MILLINERY, SHAWLS, JACKETS, ud 8KIRT8 at DOIENSE REDUCTIONS, at THOMAS CLIFFORD'S, LONDON HOUSE, TONTINE-SQUABE, H A N L E Y _____ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. TTEABSES, MOURNING COACHES, COF- JIL FINS, 8ABS, WAGGONBTTEB, Ac., on nart tenai at FEEDEBJCK HALL'B. 14, BfiTAK-STBET,   

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