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Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire AMES h H O F I E L D 1MLO1! A.VLl GKMKKAL OtTnTrEK. i'iKLIAJJBIT YJiH, Ui'lLil. 'itrifn-i. TIKS, rof.LAES, 4c 'Atr'ijliDHHMJi: HKIKS'nOoT a MiriK I') supply tb a wtlh th< A IlkA.'i'i H or itxn.i wil! UAi i r, Ji B, H75, Mo U, ilOl'KlTim.T, HAM.KY, xU-u ir. A n 'uruiiutf thut iiti ntill lou'.jDum to riTAL. imd All Htio'il uicu [irn.1 of hajr, In jp they should (Vnorf rut, nlmvnl, and iliampooed ll.M IM) luid jou urc linprovwl. A rlwirfi n-Urtion ol WAI. KINO STICKS, MEER- Hl liAL'M iiM.l HlilKll I'll'r'S 'lOllALl-'U and ClOALa ol Al Bodily. NuUi the AilJrenii T A V FO li I) HTU K KT, L N G T 0 N HTKlNOK'H, OKdAN BCILDKK, [Upjomtti thn Ne-v Kd-llwuy II A L E Y. [Jii-iifiii ami FHnui-UiUiven for CHURCH, and ..UAMIJKR OKOANH. K-milltnr-l 15, Gl.iUHTOMZ-nTllKrr. HlHLIT. SIMPtiOJi, 15, HHOAD BTiuirr, IJAI.UT, (JKOC'KK AND PKOVIHION DEALER. and tnulo unpphfj with HOME MA UK UK HAD. II I I VM i' I'lJ-i, ll I 111: K T Iji.imill, I' I i I. ti u A D ii N 1 U K N 'I 1 i i I I 1 H r M, N I'nll.l- It .Viillh'1 i i I I I MOKS, i I i.l ui. 1 I ill.i r-i 'l 1 l.ilIN I'M-l.oW, I nil I i; k. I 1 r iini'Min llmt dhn i 1 tu I ul l! mil' tiDii iif LI n ir Illli 'A null -ttilll ,n i.l h m iv il I d "H u.i li r -.-.-I" v I t u i li n I..- id i I II ,i v kiii.ln r TI i- I i n l n II -li irl. il null, l i. i i.r, will i v, i-1 ivU, u l i.l I. I h i i II 'A i.f I Hi r r. "I lUiil-il I VK IP l.N KI A, mum in I r, ,1 tin- I i i- I Arthur 1 r II i- r tl. I MI. in 1- All vry i n.-'i in fl linniiiK ol" n d f 11'f.knX 1 I f. V. P VI 111--' 1 1" i .11 in. i" iii'.l Itoi .1 r ,111 fri'lll III" A.-KNI 1 U 'i I- K. Hi 11.01 i.ll '1 n s! r I -I llr r I i K M 1. M 1 JbTKVKNHOJf, WA'IV'II AND CLOCK ii MANUFACTUIIKH, W, HOt'K-STriKt.T, HANLfcT UiTH-i of Unit-cIftHrt Jewellery. Gold AHxrU und (fuurd-i of v-ixriL'tyi Manufuctamr of nil kuulA uf uud uuido OD thu Prtimiflen. Alio I. vvi-y UJmorliniut uf Gold and Stiver Wk.tclicJ, uf thu and mtido to older. A larffe BjuKj'tiLii'nl of uud u prirato room to from N 11 kiDilu Rrpiurn imnctually attoaded to, and Juni bv wurkinun. Vr i N K INN, u u B s L (AiuoiNrvo KMI.WAT ALLhOlT'S MILD, PALK. aud ST110NG ALK STUKKS. (IUINNI-ilS-3 UUI1L1N NTOUT ON DRAUGHT. A'urirtj frxjif QifAt.iTT. I.KWIH VVHI'ri'AKKR, 1'rupriiilor. 1 h h K U A T" E UflKOUOH DINING ROOMS, 1 lUNm-H'UU'lKT, ILANLEY. Hot Dmurra dnily frum 12 to C! o'clock. iknd on tho SborUwifc Noilco. S K I' U D A L T 0 IN TAILOK AND DUAPKK, 51, H 1 G H H T R K tt T HAM KY I.MI'UKTANT NOTICK. rilllK HviKOUCH TKA, WINK, a.ncl PROVI- il, ikiul r, Wo bi-ff inoHt roin-ctfully to inform you thut onr Now mid ru-ium. I'KKMISKS, 11, and 4i. IKON MARKET, N i'As uru iim" 'lite fuvcnr of a fiwt W. IIOWSliN iiiul SON. hTAFKOUU HOUHK! l-iovdUT, run null, AMI) CHEAI-NESS COMIHWKD. HRHMtl) I'MiKY. und Gi-ntloinoH'B Fii-hiuiii.hlii UOOT uud SHOE Eatnbliahmont. M. NKWfASTI.KST, UURHLKM. l.-ri ,V tt.'pi.irn N.mtly ,t. Promptly Eiocnted. IIUAIlAM'S TOBACCOS from il 'i 1 li I Ml V UN it .1: Mir, .kill ji'i.-kli >-i. for n 1 il di i il'.i r-.vl MIU hi': .is II VM FS M i Ib I'mri rr B fur-funiiHl ('olouriiiR Clays, 12o a groaa. Addrwi -14 I! R A. U A M, W tl ii I. K S A I. H TOBACCONIST Ud. STArKOULKSTllKKT, HANLKY. 1. I h K 1' A Ii. "B E Y" "I WAl.GON mi, I HOKSKS, TO N r I S K S '1 li K i; T. II A N' L K Y, nrnl I" nivi-'iiui i luU> HiiMDCM and Plriinnni Parties with i liui 111 rinil nral DOG C'AET. Kor lipnly iw ftljovi', AriM.l.uu PRINTING r I? K R I G B Y IMJINITI! hTlTIONKR, NEWSAGENT, MANUFACTURER, 11 n promptly attanili'tl to. 1 U !i TOYS'! TOry's'f l W. (1 TOOMKH, ruY DEALER, i.l'UMAN KAIH, IK, TONTIKK-STHEKT, H A N L E Y i I-'Ml-Sr MOKTAK ni, Ai> KININK CEMENT COMPANY. N K ii K (JO NXi L KTON. i V S J 'y n r, n N i .1- s o: w f u or. l.on i! lli I- by u-mU-r fwl. l.OMii'N I'OKL'LANU CLilKNT, '-A. per b'i .1 in _ I VU-ST HYDKAULIC CEMKNT for i j. p U ,1 bru-ki uiutlur, per bushel. MONK fur diuip n.vlU ami bricklajcrs' 1 to tke 1'jllcnrs 1 y.nul, or bv >nkt A 'tbiirr Wliikrf. 1 10 m so ivnd tho faring of timo in I hi- u-p 11 r. Un at. aj it 13 rqnul to any cuacnt at ,0-it nli-urv iiiortjvr, wa (et-1 quiu sun) that it only iiri1-, to W to be hviw with ordor. H K N T L K Y of I-KACnCAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKEB. Ln-'.n c-ui-fullj a'.unl to the fwt. X 1) Trj- PKXTLKY'9 PAUAGOS WAIST lutol to eurv any kind of an t reduce proving "'iJ troaoled with G EJfTLEMEN'S S D H il K E CLOTHING C LX A N E D THOU8EBS BLOCKED in tie FKENCH STVLE, stretched longer or wider, If required, by u entirety new praxM nerer before or by any Cldinei or Dyer. CLOTIIIKRri' HOILfcD GOODS RKSTOHKD. LADIKb' LACK SHAWLS, CAPEd, SCARFS. FALLS, CLEANED or DYED. LACK and MUHLIN CUETAIN8, CRUMB CLOIH9, TABLE CLOTHS, BED and WINDOW CURTAINS, DONE on NOTICE. FEATHERS CLEAN KD and CURLED. HIBANDS WATERED for the TRADE. 128 G. BENNETT, 129, NEWCASTLE-STREET, BUHSLEM, AND 26, HOPK-8TKEKT, HANLEY. CHARLES BOOTH AN D BON, 61, P E NK HU L L ST BE E T, NEWCASTLE, DE.1LEB9 IN FOEfflGN AND BRITISH CIGABS, GUINNESS, BON, AND Go's. DUBLIN POBTER AND STOUT, Is Cjuitt AMD AGUKTS FOR CHESTER AND Co's MILD AND PALE ALES. _________ _____ kJ THE CHEAP C T H I E E S TONTIKE-STEKEY, HAN Y J O N K Y. H E P I D D D C H. an JEWELLERS) md WATCH MANUFACTURERS, MAJUCET Sqauix, ili-vur, Ami 2-1, ST. A.TN'B MJ_NCHIHTIB. S N Bopenar GOLD uid BILVEB WATCHES. AJ1 for two GOLD ALBkUiT ud QQARD CHAINS. Liborul DuooauU oil Fr Fing GOLD JEWELLERY, und n Urge Stock of Electro-Flute tad Jet. WEDDING RINGS iu room. Clotted it Ooo o'clock 90 T H N E AP, DUBABLE, ELEG NEVER REQUIRE WASHING. B T A I ANT. N S G. WHITTINGHAM JLXD BON. CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTEREBB, 5 and 7, ALBION-STREET, HANLEY. SOLI Aa ENTS. 2J jiuda long, 3d.; 3 yurdx long, Tb. 3 yards long.'Ba. 9d. TO TOURISTS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. SFENTON, HAIR DliESSEU, TBINITY-STRUBT, HANLEY, near iLe Tmtnwny Teiminns, begs to inform tie Public that he has now on baud a 'targe Aiigortment of TRAVELLING BAGS, COURIER BAG3 d LADIES' BAGS, of the nvweflt Aimgni, a4il maoafanturcd of the best mutenal, which be U prepared to offer raiwouuble pncee. An mapectior ut nwpectfnllji solicited. A uplendid mtiortijient of WALKING ffl'ICKS uod CANE9 PUin und Silyor-monntod. Fftiicy Gooda of doacription. Tobaoco uid Ciijiu-a cf cboiceat Tho ftboro Entablinhiuont is at Two o'clock on TlinrttlnjB. __.-___--_ O H N 8 A N T BE OF AGENT FOR THE FHCENIS BREWERY COMPANY'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT. OFFICES STORKS GLEBE-STREET, STOKE. WINJiS AND 8 P I K I T B C WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PEEBENTS. HARLB8 BABCBOFT, 11, PARLIAMENT-BOW, WORK BOXES, WRITING DESKS, WRITING CASES, 2u. 3d. to Mi. HANLEY LADIES' and OENTLEMENS' BAGS, 2s. 6d. to 5ARD CASES, CIGAR CASES, 2s. 3d. to 15s. OPHRA GLASSES, Cd. to -.MEC.LING BOTTLES, 3a. Cd. to Ite. INKSTANDS, !U. toSOa. PUESES, Is. to 15s. LADIES' COMPANIONS, IB. 3d. to soa. WORK BASKETS, 2a. to 12n. Gd. DBbSSING CASES, 18s. to 50s. PORTRAIT ALBUMS, 2n. 3d. to 25s. GOLD, SILTER, PLATED, and ULACK JEWELLERY. A Largo Stock of WOOD and WICKER PERAMBULATORS. CKOYDON'6 PREPARED MUSTAKD. Is raady mixed for the table, doet not dry or torment in tko Crnot, and will keep and goad, however long n QBO, provided tho cork ui ropUiced in tho bottle. PBICT In. TEK BOTTLE. No Lnprodiont injurionfl to health in used in making this preparation. PKcrAiiED BT E H. CBOYDON (LATE DisrjeiiaiNO AND FAMILY CUKMIST, (Eight ycun Dinpenaor at the North Staffardiihire IRONMABKET, NEWCASTLE-UNDEB-LYME. Agont for KINMOND and CO'B. celebrated APNEUMATIO MINERAL WATERS in Syphon Bottloi. AOKNTJ-OH HANLKT .........................................J. D FUttNlYAL (late 51ABKET-SQUAEE. AT H M I L L E B, Jnnior, (lilo T H E O. TAILOR, HABIT, AND BREECHES MAKER, HIGH-STREET, HANLEY. The following aro always in STOCK Lincoln, Bennett and CO.'B Cclcbnloil SILK HATS. Trcns and Co.'i Celebrated AME1UCAN SILK UATS Gaimea and Co.'a Celebrated EXTRA LIGHT GREASE PROOF SILK HATS, weight from 34 to 4oz. Sangstir'a UMBRELLAS, Dent's KID GLOVES, Ford's EUREKA SHIRTS, Welch Margetson'a SCARVES. Also, a largo Selection of GENTLEMEN'S FIRST-CLASS UNDER-CLOTHING. N D J. M D Jf B W I NE AND SPIRIT il ARKET-SQU ABE O A D MERCHANTS, HANLEY. ROT AIL: MABKET-STREET AND NEW-STREET, HANLEY; CHANCERY-LANE, LONGTON. P B BIUNDT. (pil qrt. hot. pnt. B. y a London expert Ormoln Tables, Cornicoa, Picture and rumen repaired and re-gilt equal to now by workmen ol onp expenonco. xford frnmea in English QoM, Oat, Ebony, Walnnt, SEWING MACHINE 1.122, BTAFKOUD-STREET, HANLEYi M. SCHAGG having ojMincd tho above premises, imiitca that bo hax on luiud a Crut-clikau SUwk of MA. .HINES, manufactuiud by Bradbury aud Co., Limited, }ldhnm, suitable for fiunifiofi or manufacturcra. Tho aapcriority of these muchiuaa enabled the mnkora to off Thirteen firat-clnnn pniea in 1373, in eompetitidn with til other manufacturor_ ut home and abroad. M. S. having had nuiirly twenty yeara1 practical 01- wricnco with the abov. company, soliciUi an inspection by purchasers. Ho alpo undcrtakcB the repuiring and adjusting of Machines of ovory koid at A cent. NNCIAL cTlTA'KANCK HALE for a FEW WEEKS ONLY, at a REDUCTION of 20 per 1 Superb, P I A N 0 F 0 R T E S COTTAGE TRI- CHORD, in bust Italian bntt jointed walnnt case, aevcn octarcn .Vi Gninear. I Ditto ditto 50 GumcaR. 1 Ditto ditto SSGuinoM. I Ditto ditto MGnineM. Ditto ditto XIGnineu. And a great many others at lee a priccf All warranted. H A R M 0 N I U SI S i 1 Splendid HARMDNIUM; in walnnt carc, eleven stops, by Alciandro, only 2ii Gnmr.an. Unirereal Chnrch Mwlcl HARMONIUM, in oak, fomr sets, by Alexandre, 26 Guineaa. A large lot of HAKAIOMUM3, by Alaxandro, in waiont and rosewood, tbceoand MVCD nUips, 15 and 17 GorBelfl each. MUSICAL BOXES' Small MUSICAL one tune, 4s. Od- Lam MUSICAL BOXES, four tuned. eight, ton aad twelve, at tho same nnpmccdcntcd lowpriccn fora nhort time 20 per ocnl. for cash at MB. CHAN TREY'S, PIANOFORTE AHD HARMONIUM WAREHOUSE, 8, ToNTiHs-ScjuAttit, HASLET. N.B SHOP will be closed BA osual from 3rd to 17th, when BnainenH will be resumed with an entirely New Stack. Q TAILOK T O K E S HOSIER, GLOVEn, 07, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. M BAILEY, WINE and SPIBJT MERCHANT. DUKE WILLIAil LN'N, MARKET-HQUAKE, EUHSLEil, respcctfoJJy annonocra that bo rnpplJcii BASS'S BITTKR BEEB, ALK, and PORTKR, Brewers' Prices. Carriage Free to all of the Districts. Best Old SPIRITS from 3.. tho Bottle. Fmo Old FORT und 3HERKY WINES from 3a. the Bottle. 1 ENEHAL The Pnklic an be Snppliwl nt BEDDALL'S FUBXITURE WAREHOUSE, HANLEY, Mcchinci, from 50s. Carpet and Leather SofM, from ditto, from Fteck Bed., Mlb-u weight, with Kllowa ud
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