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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               entmel TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1875. PRH Ifa UNh, N' i l' ?-i: VM h I: OS K ir'I i 'I I .1 br i.-u Iii -.l.'f. 'I r (V 1 I N M.v Ir A h K M t- i i ,u u 'I II r K .-M l-A'i J I I J, i f ..rf k "UbSi KK TfkJltlES BOOT i.'nilPANY. r district with th 84TOH- t> f r i, r J f LT u l-7i HE .Vr, rj, IlUl'h -ill'.H-.T, IIAN'LISY, -rt, thf I'r.Slw tUAy rni-irt- a tit of gaa nf.rk-narih.p u m (.ma K luf-rior Ul of I. k.- Mr 1 mm i i lio i K M. i willi o I i ul I Al' AI.I'I .1 I I V. r K t I i IIV .N 111- i r '1 A I I I .1 ll'. K" 'I J I I I I h> hnr tin. r i. ,1 I .1 r I! in! n Wvirr Hi'-'! in M, urn I r i' i' I ul in i tn -I'IIL i Hi r. I. ml, IiKil'iiK'h OIMJU'.H mill RKI'AIRS iriU rucMro knurl' urjtira oaljr rnjulred. All iniriril in at Cub I'ncyil. [UK M'l'H) HAllelJl'.KHiINO A.N'l) -KAMI'') ilM'r SiAf.OON .S', in tilinh) li> I rulil i for th- ir utrouatju, tuku thw n 'urn.mn> I l.i- m nr ulill to mumfactQra til jf Uh N TAI, lIAIKWOfiK, iiuil All tlKvi- "ho 'I I iri' "i nic-i hru 1 of hnir, 'I'n i lb' 'I ri-polr. WliiiM th. i' in U --u'. und Li-t tl.u b-i ilnii'1, li'i't jon uro liniirovfj. A nl WAF.KINf! SrriL'K.S, MEEH- si II iin-l MKIKK i'lt'K-i 'loIMCi'U nn.I rl'iAl S of AI quality. Vi.tii lla. IriMl T f M I. I) J 1 I- r' K 'r; L 0 N 0 N 01IN (JULIAN bUILDBE, 5 hTUUIilA-ROAD (Ui.l.onl'.-i N'IIW Kuilwny StuUouJ, II A N I. K Y iMiiKuadulimlttnliiMil r' ilium On (Jivrn for CHUECH, mid CIlASIIiKK dUOANH. Id'iii.l. 111-11 in. 'in-.Kcr, HANLKT Ij, liBOiU flTBltri', llA.fLKlf, t" Hl A.VI; DEALER. mul trmlii inpnln-1 with GENUINE HOME MADK 11KKAD. ____________ HYiAULi.sii.Ki) IHW. J WA'l'i'lI AND CLOCK J MANUr'ACI'L'UKR, iIC, iTUKI'T, 1IANLUY. ,i I A lurifn of i-liwd Juwillery Qold nrni All.'ni" luiill 'iiunU uf uruat ty. M.uinfiicluror of iii, MI mi I n'l. r Munli I lib nil kuuli of I mihili Clix-Ln, iiuil niiulo on Uio Prnmuofi. u i -.n' 11 I to unj nul Ainu it vrry IIIIKU imortnli'iit of Uolil uiul Silver 1 ,i i r, i t> ..ili Hi Wnti lipi. of ihn In nt inulii', mill iiiiuli) to onliir. A IHFRO i i I. i i> il i tl in uHKirlincnt uf I'.l.luii; I'.lUK-., uinl linyuUl room to v ni'li'i l h inn II! iil r ir rm r ,1 N II All liiuil i nf Iffi nlni JIIHK timlly llttoudcd to, ond I.I I'l I fur Hi., ilnin- l.y wurkmi-li. A M r: s s c u o i' r E L TAIIOI! A.ND OK.VKRAL OUTFITTEB, 11, f'Aiu iiiir.'U-now, IlA.-n.Et. i I'.l I Ml I I'l H nlwij on J 11 I. I. Ii I I I1 i; n I t -.ni; M i; S 1 C n M i 'i .1 UFr i, n.vios', 'f.. iv ii.fi.ru tlin I'nl.b. tb.it h.i l.u now ii, I M 11 AN I II till MIMKN I1 V[ ..Kn.i u I In (ui tb.i I', M Ml. 1 l -i nn I UAKMuMI'M-i, r'lii.i'i by tbn -i' mulc.'l i inuy b.i ,iu 1 n I >l t> n mini U. ii'Jimbl.. I'rlim N 11 'I i-: A vM.nl [111 i III.VI'I. >T Llnl.'.sl'S in N-rtli f .n (m HI -.VI Alii i i'I L l.l'I.Y, H I 1 I I iCi ,11 I I- 1. u i i, I r 1 I of I II I. I', C 1 Jiiini i i i it i1 u M i u M A D I II h r l N I'll i: N T I'M ii'r inM i: Wi Ni. 1 I in i Ml 1.11 LY I'KOI'KIK'I M l 11 I.I I: i-. I inb.'M HI I [HI'S, TIKb, SCARFS, VI N h INN, li U K S L "E M (Aujni'fINU ItAti.WAT MILD, I'ALIO, iiinl STRONG i ALE STORKS OUINNEbHS (iKXUINH DUIILI.V STOUT ON DRAUGHT. NIMII.II Iloifiis tun QUALITY. I.KVVIH WHITl'AKKli, Proprietor. I I h s K 1) A T E S III DININll KUO.MS, JULKlrt'-iJANK, HANLEY. Hut DimuT i dully from L'J lo 'J o'clock. C'boiH, unil Stoiikrt on tbn Shortest Notico. u S K l' 11 L) A 1, 'I O TAILolt AND DRAPER, .'i 1 H I t) VI S T R E K T It.ii, T HANIEY ___________ IMPORTANT NOTICE. K IIOKOUOII 'I'KA, WINK, and PEOVI- MON S'l'ORKh, II, uinl iRuNst.MiKEr, NKWCI.ITI.K. V. i'. I i'.. Ji'IlN' liMMjnW, I Wi. bi i: mo-it to inform yon that our New i r. .i in..u HI i II ul In- mi.I PHI' M ISK.-i, nnd .I'l, [KONMARKET, I. i'- .11 L 1 I.n.in. M ul Hi- jiiii.tiun NKWl'ASTIF, uro nuw Tbn fnvuiii- of a vimt 1 In xiiui I'liii ir Ilin knnll Mul mi irill w IIOWSON unil HON. J'" lu.i il1 1 iir' .1 (Ml l.T I in I I ,i I II.IH.' i Inld rn I" ln> ml I .11 r .1 I Mlkm.Nor liiillnn. M..I ,o u t I ill- -I h '.lt-> -ilii rt> it I i i i in M I wnikiiii.n L.'i t All I fd '.bin iri. w ri i. imp', -it t 'n IN U I, K I 11 I, ,-i I, O W I M i ,'il 1 ir. r II...-nit i I" II. r itv, ,lill. I Hi, I 1V1. I I I i Ml V l N A- IIIIIMII II -v .ir.. lnKlily r. .oliiiii.inli.l by Ihr 1 U i i by llr v I Ii, II I1 I'ur'.li'U, '.In. I'l.li'br'it'.l .Hi !n-r null. .1 v IV i 'I- irw' 'ill jnlr-i M-ry in I h Mi P. f' r.l.llii; llltinvt'c'lull' i'U) i fi'.vl (IT nvl'iuiL, u .1 p. r'l.n i nl ilu-. ilum, .1 I I 1 1 r IMi I I II'. 1 l Hi n L 1 .1 t u.il il t iniuly i iii.l (..ini tlin 1 i i V- K 1 K, I'm ol Mil 'Uv U on S. I I. r I'll UK I'l I'.l 1 VIS-. M 'Nr n t .1- '.n K [I VI I I 1 Ul- II r o i i, n i; R r i no p r s r u y i: v, H A s i K Y 1 i s-.ci of >KW1M. .MAi HIN'h> o( vl' thr i..-rr.l, r.j.t mi REPAIKPD o-i thn w i 1 IT -i.w n fur I M i I A N .N 0 U N L 1. M K N T. v i nrr rpijiwUxl noS I n Ii'N i iF NA ll'RAL i. V C, I N N .-TArKOUD HUUHE1 I'lilNnMY, ('olll-Oil, ANI> I'KRAl'NKHfl KICllAKli I'l KRY, LnilioH' iind QuntlcmoH's HOOT unil dllOE M. NKWV.VSTLKS11., HURSLKM. IITI A N'l'iitly A Prouiplly Executed VilRAIIvM'S IVU-linited TOBACCOS from ,U pIT It) Ilulf pi nny Tin} i. -H n gran IVnny I'luyi, 7< n (friMi. POHI'IIIT'H Ini-fiinn 1 Colouring Clnyi, I2i. n ffroas. A.l.lr.M, -i: AURA H A M II O I. F. A I, E T 0 II A C C O N I S T S'l Ar'KOKD-.STRKKI, HANLEY. h i 11 R" i' i'I iho WAliOuN and HOU3KS, TON 1 I N K S V It K K T, ii A N L E Y, rcpiiiTil to in1, oiinnoiiiito llnsini'sa nnd Pletisure Partion witb 'i fir--, I-IH-.H IIOU8K ivnd iit-ut DOG CAET. I-or ti'rnn, apply in A L'E III 00 PRINTING OFFICE, L H E 7, R I G B T n: NKWSAGKNT, Al'.'OrNT IlnOlC MANUFACl'UUER, Ac., N" VI attonibxl to T 0 V'S l'! TO TOURISTS AJMD THb! GENERAL PUBLIC. CJ FENTON, HA lit DliESSEU, TiiDflTY-STliEET, HANLEY, near tho Tramway TeiminuB, begn to infurni tho Public that ho mis now on hand a large Assortment of TRAVELLING BAGS, COUEIEtt BAGS nil LAD IKS' BAGS, ol tho newest deiiuna, and manufactured of the boat material, which he IB prepared o offer ut moat rcnsounble prices. An inspection id respectfully solicited. A tplondul asaortaicnt of WALKING STICKS nnd   SJICI.I.'.ITIO m gxxl, nnd the nanng of limo in v 1 Ml ''I V tln> me ol it -o auJ it 15 cqoil to any cencot at JOHN SNOW. ll.owv. pforvlinwy mortar. fwl quite that it only -a i i 11 j IT L-I v irr i-1- L- to bo kuoau to bo aiipreciaUvl M H ru' AVN UAN K A S LK Y I to "Ul l-iii i H E N T L V. Y (late of London) l Mill-. rl-USISHEK. I-RAOTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKES n1 i -T. b iftUi ht, oiuoiuUy tittixi to tho fwt. t. U RNirVnK i. :n I- ot K- vi-i .3 .iml.'.y or' Nil BKNTLKY'S PAE-VGON WAIST -Lra, I noors, warmnicd to curu any o( corns, and (or ill. H'KOI'h .-r MArniNr's. bunioni. Ois-Dronog a raU boon to all troubUd witk tx 11. Ii -..Sf.-vin i i Furnnuri1 tjL i other (wV G ENTLESTEN'S 8 D M M E E CLOTHING CLEANED. TBOUSKHS BLOCKED 10 tie FRENCH (STYLE, >f bj in entirely proeeaA before introduced or by imy Cleaner or Dyer. CLOTHIERS' SOILED GOODS LAL.IEV LACE SHAWLS. CAPES. SCAiiFd, FALLS, CLEANED ar DYED. LACK and MCSLIA' CURTAINS, OLufUS, TABLE CLOTHS, BED and WINDOW CCHTAINS. DONE on SHORTEST NOTICE. KKATHEfcjf CLEANED and EIBAND3 WATERED for TBADE. 128 AMD C G. B JE N N E -J T T 129, NEWCASTLE-STREET, B U B S L _HOPE-STBE8T, HAN LEY. 1H AKLES BOOTH AND" h'ON, 81, P E N K HTJ L L ST REE T, NEWCASTLE, DEALEES IN FOKEIGN AND BEITISH CIGAES, GUINJJE83, BON, AND Co'u. POETEE AND STOUT, IN CASK AND BOTTLI. AGENTS FOR CHESTER AND Co'a MILD AND PALE ALES. "A N E s S A H M THE 0 N H ii H T E K a CHEAP S T E CLOTHIEES, E E T, HA P I D D "D b n JEWELLEES and WATCH MANUTAOTUEEBS. MAUK.KT bguAiii, HANUT, And Si, ST. A.-IN'B SQDAIIU, MAJICBHTKB. LET. anpsngr GOLD and SILVEE WATCHE3. All wmrrmnted for two Kino OULD ALUUliT ud QUAKD CHAINS. LibortU Duoounbi off PcwonUlioru. fine GOLD JEWELLbEY, ud Urge Stock 01! ud Jet. WPUDINQ in room. ClMorl nt One o'clock on U E T A I ANT. N S CHEAP, DUEABLE, and ELEG NEVEB BEQUIKE WASHING. G. WHITTINGHAM AND SON, CABINET MAKEES AND UPHOLSTEBEBS, 5 uid 7, ALBION-STEEET, HANLEY. SOLE Aa ENTH. PRICK jarda long, UD. 3d. 3 j-urds long, 7s. Ed.; 3 yards long, M. AND aPlKITS THE PHCENIX BHEWEEY COMPANY'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT. AND STOIIES: GLEBK-STEEET, STOKE. BUCKLEY, HANLEY EOBGE 8, BARLEY STREET, AOKNT iron MuDouQALL Biioa. ,CITT COBH MILLS, M-lNOUItlTltll ALSO 11 [MMLI AND CO., VlNIUAlt C'JWIIJfULAND HAHKJIT, LONDON. r. D c i A L AND FAMILY HOTEL, ILAliKin'-PLACE, LEhK, HENEY SWIFT, PEOPEIKTOE. FIEST-CLASS STABLING, LOOSE BOXES, AND LOCK-UP COACH-HOUSE. BILLIAED-ROOM, NEWLY FITTED-UP. TO OEOAN STUDENTS. PBIVATE PRACTICE may now be had upon a first-class tormB, apply to -f. BROUGHAM, 40, PTNIST-BTBKKT, SHILTON. ORTICULTTTBAL" H i BITIONS. HANLEY MARKET. JOULE'S STONE and other CELEBRATED AXES, always in condition at J. PANTLING'S. SWAN PASSAGE. Foreign rind British Wines ot the Finest Quality, NOTICE TO AGENTS AND PBOPEKTY OWNERS. JOSEPH JOINES, Joiner and Builder, 27, St Joun-atrcet, top of Murkct-streut, Hanley, res- pectfully annooncos to ttnd'Proportj Owners that no oieeutae CootrucU in every branch of the Building Tniflo on most reasonable terou. .Repairs oxocnted wltk and deiputch. H C. E. C L A B K TENT MANUFACTUHER, WAGGON, CART and HICK CLOTHS, WINTON-TERRACE, STOKE. TENTS on Hiro. Enlimnle Rvicu, on application, for l kindfl of Touta, Mnrquoea, temporury fencing, atands, pay boxes, tabling, bur, all kiuda of ;cmporury Sbediiing, rcqmrod at Agricoltoral hows. A K D BRICKLAYER and CONTRACTOR, 2-1 SUN-STREET, HANLEY. N.B.-PROPERTY REPAIRED AND MATERIALS -ON THE BE.VT TERMS. JOHN GALLIMORE'S faTEAM SAW MILLS, MOULDING AND GENERAL JOINERY WORKS, NEWCASTLE-UNDEK-LYME. naotilioi of Windows, Doom, nnd Frames of nfl kiuds, Moaldingi, Architrarca, Skirtings, Sponts, in itock is per book pricea. SAWING DONE FOR THE TRADE. JOHN TIRRELL, HOilCEOPATHIC CHEiLlST, MyUlKET-SQUAEE, HANLEY. HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINES ol the frrwtmt parity in arery form nnd in all potencies. HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINE CHESTS in great GUIDES to HOMCEOPATHIO TBEAT MENT from IB. upwards. ____ TIRRELL'S HOMCEOPATHIO COCOA u> loo beel glulling Cocoa sold. TboLarnost aaiortmcnt of HATE, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES in tho Pot-tonofl. I'KRTUMES the most axtenjuro and brat aolected rtock ii tho district. iVfrcnt for tho London "Lion" Tw (Tompany'i oale 2a. and fid. TEAS.________________________ E A V T" N" G T TOWN SELLING OFF I SELLING OFF Tbo ENTIRE STOCK of GENKBAL DRAPKEY, SILK JIEUCERY, HOSIERY. HABERDASHHRY, MILLINERY, hHAWLS, JACKETS, and SKIRTS at IMMENSE REDUCTIONS, at THOMAS CLIFFORD'S, LONDON HOUSE, TONTINE-SQUARE, HANLEY. H'EITRY CBOSS'S pierusB PHAMINU ESTABLISHMENT and FINE ART REPOSI- TORY, NEWCASTLE-STREET, BUESLEM. Pictures Fnimcil m erery stylo at modcraUi prices. Looking glaum and picture frames re-gilt, aad oil paiubpgH, Jtc., carefully cleanocl and rostorod. Tho cQQicest neloction of piotures in tho district. Printing and Bookbinding promptly executed. S LENDID TEA! AND GENUINE GROCEEIES AT WILLIAM BOEA3TON CLARKE'S, TEA DEALER, FAMILY GEOCEB, AMD PROVISION MEBCHANT, 57, PICCADILLY, HANLET M BAILEY, WINE and SPIRIT MEECH.AN V, DUKE WILLIAM INN, MARKET-SQtJAliE, BURSLEH. respectfully announces that he supplies BASH'S BITTEE BEER, ALE, and PORTER, at Brewers' Carriage Free to all Parts of the Districts. Beit Old SPIRITS from the Bottle. Fine Old POET and SHERRY WINES tnm 3s. the Bottle. HORSE and CATTLE JfEEPEBS USB UBIM- SHAW and BABSTOWS CATTLE CONDI- which u better than the best of any other sort. PBICE, ale. per owt. PROVIDENCE MILLS, GUIDE BRIDGE, neai AANCHESTEE. SOLI AOINT: W WAIN, 0. C AKNON-STBEET. HANLEY. ONCE USHD ALWAYS USED. rp P o i N T o N MTNEEAL WATER MANUTACTUEEB. For CHIAPNISS and QCALITT not to bo exotlled. Soda Water fron Gd. pn doi. MASUFACTOBT No, i, JOHN.STBEET, HANLHY. onion promptly executed. "W, No. 167, MlLMTEKlT, CHARLES BABLO WHOLESALE AND BETAIL CHINA DEALER, PICCADILLY, HANLEt, STAFFOBD3HIEBL hair pencili in (Treat nrietj. BEPOSI'FOBY LICHI'IELD-STREET, HAJfLEY, la always open for tho reception of Honm, Carciagca, aad oiiter rehidea, Harneu, Ae., Machiiitrj, all kinds of Stocks-ic-Trade Hoiuehold Fmrnitnn, Ac. adTanord upon aaj thing oonaifncd {or (ale. Good Stabling for Twmtj BanM, horn, coact- honioa, Ac. F-rttaiiTD wankooiiiii for Farnitwre. Auction 36., EW. BBOTJQHAll TLN-PLATE WOKKEB, TOY MANUFACTURER, TINMEN'S FITTINGS and TIN PLATE MERCHANT, TOBACCONIST. Ac. WBOLISALI AMD 'BETAIL. 56, and IW, HIGH-STBEET, LONGTON, and MABQUEES for BISJf, A CHABLES BABBATT. TENT, MARQUKE, and -WATEBPBOOF OIL CLOl'H MANUFACTUEEB, 10, OLIFFE BANK, STOH-OH- from rilHOMArS MELLOB, B0ILDBB of CABBIA- -L GES of ererj descnption. Bepain promptly eze New and Second-hand Carnages, and a Urge Stock of well-seaioned Timber alwayi on hand. 46, MIL L-S T B E T, HANLEY. JOHN TVBIGHT, AUCT1ONEEB and VALUER HOUSE, E3TATB, ud THAN8FEB AGENT 36, CiuApgiDX, HAJIUII. GLOBl OFFfCB. nt WELCH- HAR9ALL, und CO 'S, WATCH The GLOBE in Bo'nl lu rTiprc.M UuitM Kiugdom, BJU] u in cuuurctlou witb Gta W. Co OlobeFaiyife'u DuiJy ParcaU Eiprvm, Murru' European Kiprt-u of New Tork, Ac. Parccdo are tho Coutinent, weekly to the Uuitnl to CnnmU itnd ladia, to China, Imlitui, South Cnli- foriiA, and British Columbia, monthly to Aiutndik, Kew Uad, MaiUira, South Afritx. uud South TlTTfCllJirlLKi'B LONDON DINING KOOMtS. TT No 1, PICCADILLY, Near tbe Town Hull, Hanlor. HOT DINNERS JaUy, from 12 to 3 o'clock. CHOPS, STEAK.S, THA, COFFEE, Ao., on tha BQOrU-rtl Ootlco. PBOCKTER'S FOREIGN and BRITISH CIO A US, aa imported direct, PICCADILLY, c.raor of PALL MALL, UANLEY, and 25. corner of Viear-lane, THE FAL8TAFK INN, No 6, PICCADILLY, HANLBY. EDWIN HIGGINBOTHAM (late Boob at tb.Sara- len'i Head, Hanluy) Jly iofonu his fricndl aad .hi public that he ban Uken the uborii Inn, and bopal by ttrict attention end keepine a lint-djuui artido to merit and Honre the support of the public. Tbo ohoSowt TOBACCO and CIOAB8 of tho brands alwaya in E. H, Dinuern. Built, Ao., Day Waiter. N.B.-Denier in FOREIGN and BRITISH wmss. MK G. N. NEWMAN. PKOlfESSOB M Li S 1 C. (Organist of St. Lnko'ii, Ttncher of Singing, Pianoforte, Organ, Har- monium. 13, ST. LTJKF-STREET, HANLKY. COMMERCIAL HOTEL JT AND POSTING F.STABLrSUlfENT, NEWCASTLE-UN DEE-LYME. EB-OPENED UNDER NKW MANAGEMENT Good Stabling, CoKch-bonncH, iuid orory accommodAtioa Vn Ordinary ovcrj Mondny nt Ono o'clock. UUluutfe WOOLF, Propnotw. P1PKB, WAD MAllL, FIRE U HICKS, Ac. JOLLEV nnd NODKN, Wnnnfiic- LTJ Itiren, of GT.AZED 8ANITAB i SOOKKT ]IPr'S, FIRE I1KICKS, KILN QUAJtRUlH, SAOGA11 MAUL, WAD CLAY, GREEN, COBP.IDGE, STOKE.ON-TEKNT. B S HATS P111 Z i: MEDAL Mny now hi! bu'l nl WHOLESALE I'RICKH. AT THE D 10 P O 45, PICCADILLY, H A N L E Y LAWN MOWEHS of ilie boat makpru kept in Block by JOSEPH BAILDON nnd CO., IHON- MONQEM, NEWCASTLE. Old repaired and miule ui) now on tha ireminci. RICHARD LOOKING GLASS, WINDOW, CORNICE, and PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURER Old Frames regilt. Tbo Trade supplied on reasonable ExcuANuE-DDiLDiHoe, BROAD-SVILEKT, HANLIT Wand F. KEATES, CAHVBR8, 6ILDERS, PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS, nnd Gcnernl Dculors in WORKS OF ART, Nos, 'M and S, CHKAPBJDH, IlAKijvr, ou view nt tlioir Show loom a Hplcudnl Ki'lGiction of Modern Engravings, )hrorrio-Lithoirrupbu, Plain anil Coloured PbotoVrnpnA- Oil Fu-inting Fnc Uuniliis of remarkably Aae execution, und also Lbo latuHt iureutioufl m Art productions. OIL PAINTINGS Ro-Lined, Clenucd, nuil Heitorcd i a London export Ormolu Tiibloi, Corniced, Picture and Looking.Gbisfl repiiired nnd re-gilt equal U) now by workmen of orjg experience. Oxford frames in Rnftluih GolJ, Oak, Ebony, Walnut, Ar hEWINO MACHINE -Ll22, BTAFFpED-STREET. HANLEYs SCRAGO huvinR opened tbe above premises, in- timatoa that bo bar on hand a lirnt-cbun Stook of MA. CHINES, mnniiriLcturod by Bnulbury and Co., Limitwl, suitable for families or manufacturers. The nnpcriority of machines emibicil tho makeTB to carrf vff Thirteen in 1H73, in competition witli other mnnufoct.irors nt homu nnd abroail. M. S. haTinr; hud nnarly twenty ycnni' practical in- Mnonco witb the nboro company, soliciln an innpoction by intending purcbaHiTH. Ho undertakes the repairing and adjnaUng of Machines of orery kind at reoonablo charges. A" "NNUTiTcTETRANCE MALE for A FEW WEEKS ONLY, at n REDUCTION rf 20 per cent. PIANOFOE T'S S 1 Superb, full.tizcd COTTAGE TRI- CHORD, in Italiin hutt-jointod walnut case, seven octavos 1 Ditto ditto ...............SOOnincBS. 1 Ditto 1 Ditto ditto..............35 Guineas. 1 Ditto ditto ......'13 Odinou. And a (Trent many othura at leas prices. All warranted. HARMONIUMS 1 Splendid HARMONIUM, in walnut eaw, clercn stopi, by Alcxandre, only 2G Gmnciui. 1 Universal Church Model HABMONTUM, in oak, fonr Beta, by Aloxandre, 2G Guineaa. A Urge lot of HAEMONIUMS, by Alaxaodre, in walnut and rosewood, three and seren stops, 15 and IT Guineal MUSICAL BOXES: Small MUSICAL BOXES, ODO tuna, 6d.; Law MUSICAL BOXES, four six, aigbl. tec and twclrp, at tbe same nnprecodcntou low prices fox a short time per cent, for CHAVTRFY'8 PIANOFOETE'AND HAEMONIUM WAEEHOU.--K, 8, llAMtET SHOP will be cloned nsnal from 3rd to 17th, when BOSIBMS will bo monKd witti entirely New _ J' NO. i, HILL TII EAILWAT STATTOS, HAITLKY. Fnniton Ewnored to an j by Road or Rwl, oil ihortatt moticn. AH Orden will ban Prompt Attention. W Tackert and Stnady trrinrs Guinnui. AGENT for Ike Lmdon OMoatM mod Acddeot, ud Lueuhin Fin, SCOTTISH PLATE GLASS. u4 fnriwMl mVESIOtOSS tanfadb bka ud nlutlcBi a( erai; ihMtvtioB of EBOFKBTT TION, PKOBAXX, ad TEAKBTKB, BOILER MAKING. TO MAIfUFACTUBEBB, COLLIERY OWNKB3, 4e JAMK8 BAKBOW AND SON BOILER MAKEE8. inform the that ttwr canr OB tbe at prroUn occnpM by the UU John fcnow, BUCKNiLC-BOAD, HANLCT, aU to them an owoUd with workmen on motk reaxmable tmn. bj   

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