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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               taH'ortkliire tentmel THURSDAY, JJJL.Y 15 1ST 5. ULUl II 1 AT I h- A1- .1 1 for L MKr.TIN'i I' M V-i to LrM II -u I'.i' l, i i KAll.V.'A'i I A1. "IN. Hi.- I I'.HA M ,11.1 J A I ill 1.1 HA.M.I..T. 11 M I I AM' I-..1- ii. l.i, I, -i. I- i "I ii1 "I l l .In r, J I. r IVl Ji, ALL V, .V K K .Mi'MjAY, JlM.lf 1U, will t- 11 'IT. 11' T'l I1H VI. nn th.- .bo vii day, w A li Kurd for th" SU.tr Ktrjini liie Trip TIT d S 4H. iirid otlicr I, t.: I lilblri-n uli'lnr 'lirulr.' i; i Hiilf in IJI.yl .it P -'.UHi-mi i.ii Hi" iiiuriiini; o AMEH ji C II O K I E L D TAII.OU AVD OHTflTTKft, 41, I'iji ___ ;oid HlTIKTfi, TIEa, i'o'IM EKIKS BOOT ttHOK CUUl'iSV, to lapflj tin tlutrici wi'.ll ti thfl of unw DPrJS No 1-J, HlJPK-iriiKKI1, HANLKV, lK tm eiwuro lil u( iniAn ENTLEMES'S S U jl -M CLOTHING C L E A N K D THOU8EBS BLOCKED ia Out FRKX'.'H VI.K, stiBtcbod longer or wUw, if paired, by an entirely primu Wfon or by iuy Ctaiwr u Dyer. CLCiTBTKRS' BOILED GOODfi RifcfloEED. LADIES' LACE SHAWLS, CAPES. illr'S, FALL3, CLEANED or DYED. LAC'B and MDBUN CURTAINH, L KU -V. li v LO I US, TA.3LK CLOTHS, BED and WINDOW CUBTA1S3, DONE SB U. SHORTEST NOTICE. 1'KATHkLBH CLEANED and CUELLD. tLUlAKDo WATERED fer TBADE. 128 er] cu-.n. H u.: jjur'.'Lasc, wLieL i of price IIKHPOKK OKDKEa ami ISKI'Alttfl will reo-ire a few bnun1 Ail i in pluif. T'rictii. Hi.'AMI'OOIXO HAl.OON. rTM iOOHWIN, m turn bin thankn to tliu I Public for thxir patrooign, UkiH tki-1 opixrtanity fit informing tbrmi that btill .'ontiunwt to ananafacture .11 km.Uof'Jli.N'AJlKNI'AL HAIICWOHK, and All who'd havu a htrli'l uf huir, TD (jooilmu'd shop they should rnpuur, Whoro ciiu bin cut, iLiirtjl, Mid nkampooed Let thl.1 done, uu'l you 'iru A choim trillion of WAI.KIXCl-HTICKrf, JJEEH- HCHAI7M anil IIItlKfl PII'KH TUIiALX'O and CIliAUS of AI quality. J Note tho A.l'Irwn H A y r' U K D H T It K K T L X 0 T 0 N OHN OKUAN IlUILDhlK, KTBUKIA-ROAD thn Now lUilwuy SUtiouj, HANLK Y. PmiHTit Huhmiltwl and Kitimnten Given for CHUItCH, CHAI'KL, and CtlAMIIKH DKOANS. [tuilildUCIl 15, OLA O'lrONE-HTllKKT, 117 Cl. SIMPdON, 10, HAJTUT, UliOCKB AND PROVISION DKALEB. Karniliun ami trade inpplicJ with GKNUINE HOME MADE DREAD. J. HMAl.l.-IM.'UNK I .l-l -.lirv ,.il I lor llrn.iil.'jr ili-r-x.....I, ll" WILLIAM r> K o r l. I'r.-i r-.i.'.i.ir h M r s i c (l.l i I II ,v X I. Y. Y Mr Til K H ll'i.VUn PICK MKWrU ut n iihtuinKil by npply- .Will t.ib.i to UN'. I'li-rk. 11 A i. i., KVI'l'H rVr'MVil will, 11 1 lAl: AIMIs'l'KS i ,i.l K r. r. i. r. i i: i> K r u s.i M VI1KI.1 -TI (i F M Y A T T M r s i c i V T 1 AN' Al U..- .t.i .-.I I I'lil.h, (l.iil hi. buj now I'MII IsllMKNT .ml IIAttMi-NlfM." I niiilifr< mur ,1 I'n.vi o M ft-. 1 N i 1 K Till. 111. M in fill SMAl.l WAKK-. t 1'TLKKV t l.i KIM nn.l I' llOODsi, I, 11; l i ii R K T r, ii'ior.ill. N'M'K.KTOKS, r Others. HTEVENSOK, WATt'U AND CLOCK MANUFACTURER, CO, HANLKY. A luriiii iiMortiuiinl of limt-cliuw Jowiillary. Gold AlUTt.i mill liunrtln of rariety. Mannfitctorer (if nil kmdri of Koxlnb C'lockn, nud iniide on tho Praaiines. u TIM'; uAKortmcnt of GoUl and Silver of thn bent luid miule U order. A large lunortmi.'iit and a priratu room it lu.lccl fri.in. kinds of Repivini paactually attendad U, and u.i bv ytpuricaced workmc'ii. J 1 N K I N B U KAII.WAT M MILD, PALE, ana1 STHONfl ALK H'l'OUEd. OUINNESS'S flKlfUINh; DUIlLI.V STOUT ON DRAUGHT. NUTEU HlllIHH I'OII QUAMIT. LEWIS WlllTTAltKB, Proprietor. I b "3" B A 'lr" HOBOUGH DIMINQ UOOMS, ti, MILKS'-JJANK, HANLKY. Hat Dinuoru daily from 12 to 3 o'clock. Ten, Coffira. Chopn, anil Stimkn on thn ShorUut Nokice. i u a K tr 11 b A L" 'i TAILOR AND DRAPER, HIGH. STREET HANIEY. _______________ in POBTANT "NOTICE. 1THK IIOROUOri TKA, WINE, and PBOVI- B10N STOItKS, VI, nnil hiONMAuxKT, NJWCAHTI.B. O t J N S E T T NEWUASTLE-STBEET, BUBISLEM, 2fl, UOPK-STRBET, HANLEY. CHARLES BOOTH AN D N. I! 1, P E H K U U L L ST KEE T, NEWCASTLE, DEALERS IX FOBKfGN AND URITISH CTGAHS, SON, AMD Go's, DtJdLLN PORTER AND STOUT, Lx CAHI AMU AGHNTtl FOR CHE3TER AND Co'n 1IILD AND PALE ALES. R "tf A N 15 T 0 C T A M M E THE CHEAP NTIME-STIi JONES, CLOTHIEBS, E E T, HA H L E T. H P i (J i) D C K a d JEWELLEIlb WATCH iLANUJ'ACTDBEBe, UAUKET Sgi Am, HAHUT, And M, tVr. AHN'F. '.guijia, Soptrior GOLD and SILVITR WATCH KS. Ail Miurwiluii for two Pine GOLD ALBUBT udl GUAJtD CilAINa. Uuorul Dinoauatu oil PrwratatioBi. Fiiw GOLD JKWHT.l.kRY, and a Stock of and Jet. WtTDDING KIMG8 ia room. Cloaed at One o'clock on H E CHE P D U N E V EB ABLE, and ELEO REQUIRE WASHING. E T A I N S ANT. G. WHITTINliHAH AMD SC'N, CABINET MAKERS UPHOLBTEEEBS, 5 and 7, ALBI0 N-STBE ET, HANLBY. UOLK AQIHTS. PBMI yarda long, 8t. 3d.; 3 yards long, W. 3 yards W. TO TOtiaiSTS AND THE OENBltAL PUBLIB. St'ENTON, HAIB DEESSEB, TEINITY-STKnlET, HANLEY, near tho Tramway Terainna, to lof.nn the Poblio that hat DOW on kaud a krge AuortoieBt of TRAVELLING BAGS, COTBIEK BAGS and LADIES' BAGS, of the aewwt deaigDB, and mannfantarod of the but material, which tu ii prepared to offer at moot reaionable An inspection ia rtypeotf ally solicited. A iplendid aamrtaeDt of WALIONQ tri'ICKH and CANES, Fkin and SilTer-nonnted. Goods of rrerj deitcnption. Tobaoeo and Cigara of cooioeet The aboie EnUbluhment is tloned at Two o'clock on Thursdays. ________ OHN B A. T OF AGENT FOE THE PHCENDC BHEWERY COMPANY'S CELEBBATED DUBLIN STOUT. WINES AND BPIKITK ANP SToma QLBBE-9TSEET, STOKE. J A M 8 8 M I L L E B, Junior, T H O. TAILOB, HABIT, AND BREECHES MAKEB, IIIGH.3TBEET, HANLEY. SHIT The foDowinr aro alwaya hi STOCK Lucoln, and Ce.'a Celobriterl 8ILK HATS. Trcofl and Co.'t Colebreted AMEUICAN SILK HATS. Guinea and CO.'B Colebruted KXTBA LIGHT ABEASB PSOOF SILK HATS, weight from 3j to 4oi. Saogitir'a UMBBRLLAS, Dent's KID GLOVES, Ford'i EQBEKA BKIBTU, Wtloh MargetMtn'i HCARVES. ALw, Election of GENTLEMEN'S >TBST.CLASa UKDBKCLOTHTNO. B UCKLEY, IHANLEY f moHt to inform you that onr Now nii.l KiUnii'iTo PIIBMIXKS, VV.aud 1HONMAKKKT. NKSVCAHTLH. uru now curn. Tbo of a riaii will W. HO WHOM ami SON. .STAt'r'OltD HOUSE! .INDHV, CilHt'UIIT, AND CUEAPNMIH t U'lIAHU I'KUltV, mid GuiitlumoB'B kv r'anhieiiahlo BOOT nud SHOE Establishment, SI, NKWUASTLK-HT., BUllSLl'.M. im Nmtly k Promptly Eiornted. TOBACCOS from '4 "M i M.VK-I: .-urn. :b- I 1 i r. U 1.1 Ihr ra i IMKIIIOI" at thn Jiini-tiou o( ,.i> MI 'ir Itui'kinil! SUtion i-iMin.'.i t" K' ii.I II All kind-of i uotiri- wnrklll. II krpl I I'umiBt ult.-n N l.' K V K N 1 Or1 1 -I M J-OiM ,--1 1 r I U 1 K V I i- K il.K MTSKl'M. IIU.'AI stlb l.luX n-inrt-'r, JiHIX hX'AV. K X II I IIITIONS. i. A i: K i .Mil'-. I'ART )r'li.r't A VIIUAIIAM'H por Ib. llulf penny Cliiyn, 2s. M. ugroflj. IV'liny rlnyy, 7-, u fiir-fiimM Colouring Cloys, a A 1! U A H A M WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 10S, HTAXr'OBD-STKEET, HANLEY._______ P A K B E Y of ll-o null IIOUHKS, TO NT I M KI-3TFIKKT, HANLEY, to accommodata BiLjinnw and PartiM with a firU-clnan HOKSP Mil neat DOG CAET. Kar apply rw nboTo. WATERLOO PRI EOBGE 28, HABLEY AOIKT FOB MdDOUOALL ilHOe. ,ClTT CO EM MtLLB, MANCUHBTIB; ALSO QlUKBLB AMD CO., VlNlOAIt WOBIB, MABIKT, LOKDOM._____________ E D L ION COMMEKCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, MARKET-PLACE, LEEK. HENBY SWIFT, PROPRIKTOB. FD38T-CLASS STABLING, 'LOOSE BOXES, AND LOCK-UP COACH-HOdSE. BILLIABD-ROOM, MfWLY FITTED-UP. J V II E R I Q B Y I'KIXTKK, STATIONKH, NKWaAGENT, ACL'OUXT-IJOOK MANUFACTUllEIi, Ac., N, 11 promptly ivttcndoil TO ORGAN STUDENTS. PBIVATE PRACTICE may now be had opot a nrBt-claaa terma, apply to F. BKOUGHAM, 40, T, B H T o BRICKLAYER iM CONTBACTOB, 24 8UN-STBEE1', HANLEY. FEOPEBTY ON THE AND MATEB1AL8 TJUtMS. _ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. HEABSES, MOirENDfOf .COACHES, COF- FINS, CABS, WAOO Ac-, OB mort roaaonablo at FKEUEBICK HALL'S, 14, BBYAN-8TBET, 'HANLBT_________ HANLEY MABKET. JOULE'S STONE and other CBLEHBATED ALES, iklwaya in condition at J. PANTLING'S, SWAN PASSAGE. Foreign and Britiih. WiaM of the Finest Qoality, NOTICE TO AGENTS AND PBOPEETY OWNEBS. JOSEPH JOINES, Joiner and BniWer, 27, St. JohD-Btreet, top of Market-street. Hanley, rea- pectfully anLoanccB to Agents and Property Ownen that he oxecntee Contracts in erery brueh of the Bnilding Trndo on matt roaaonable temu. Bepain with promptness and ieepatcb. HENBY CBOSS'S FICTDEB FkAMXNG EiTABLISHMENT and FINE ABT BEPOSI. TOBY, NEWCASTLE-BTBBET, BUB8LEM. Pictarm Framed in erery style at moderate prioa. Looldng and pictare framn re-gilt, and oil paintings, Ac., carefully deaaed ud ratond. m H O M A 8 -1- AUOTIONEE1 Tho choiowt Mlwiiw of tMnm ia the dUlrict. Printing and Bookhioding proaptly atemM. 8 T U B B 8 AUOTIONEEB and VALUES, GENERAL HOUSE FUBNISHEB. and DEALEB in WASHING, ud SEWING MACHINES, 10B and 111, HIGH-STREET. FENTON. Second-hand funitnre bought, sold, oreicbangod for now. Erery arkiok) wunitcd. H not approrod of, exchanged. L. T o Y s TOYS" "TOYS MI 0. TOOMKS, WHOLKSALN TOY DEALER, liEUMAN KAIK, VTJ, HANLKY. mi JL I'KMKNT MrtliTAR. K STONK AND CEMENT COMPANY, ASTDUKY, KSAI; COXGLt.TOJf. I.i'XnOK rOKTLAKD CBMENT, P" V'KXT sVLExmc HYDRAULIC CEMENT tor Jump irull.i mortar, .To. til. par bm.-hel. I'llairXIl STO.NT fur damp walla and bricklayers 'loa loli ram.icf pui.l to thi Pottorira Vy'.rail, it A-tbury SM.xsirtc ii and tin -aring ef time IB ST no of it i the co-is o( ordiury morUr, nuiU turo that it only JOHN WALKER, GLASGOW, Manufacturer of Biwnits to Her Majetty, Calls special attention to the diffenat DIGESTIVE BISCUITS and ontim WHEATEN BUSKS, mann- f net a red by him. They are highly recomaiemded by the lanert and Medical fimu and by Dr. Arthur Hill Hanjal and Dr. H. C. Bartlett, the celebrated Analytical ChcmilU, nod other dutuigniBhed memben of Iho Medical Profeiaion, as being all praro, Tory palatable, rich in flmh.formiBg nitronnooa ele- ments, are admirably adapted aa food for children, inTalids, and 01 difMttsn, Ac. TO ILINUFACTUBEBS, COLLIEBY OWNEBS, Ac. SON, J4 ___ BasTXctfully inform the that' tW carry am th bosineH al anniax occapied by the UU Job: BOTAL DIOSHTTTB; AMI GBOAT are refrnlarly njed by tho QnMB Royal Family. These Bucoits nan he obtaioM from Aenrc Mr. TH01L4S wAKEi-BomoDam 73, STAFFORD.STBFJBT. _ t. l L I t MILL Io ho known to tw upprecUU-d. HV.'IFY uw it wish order. r.li. or. riTHOWAR MKLLOK. HUILDKR of CABRIA- X i! 8 '-Asli W I L L S A M V> I '1 K A AT 110 li A SI OX v.- L.v K K T VA FAMILY (.iKOO'K, AXD P K O V! S 1 0 N -M K K C H A X T PICCADILLY, UANLEY I TK V.1V.S cf I'TIVTV Ropiin prompUj eie- Xew aad Camagoa, flnil ft largt of well-Mawnod Timbtr on baud. 4C, ii I L L.ST R E ET, H AX L E Y_._________________ nnd for from CllAKLES BARRATT, TEXT. MARQUEE, and WATERPROOF OIL CLOTH MANUFACTURER, 0 CL1FFE BANK, STOU-OS- Tsjorr. SEEDS! SEEDS 11 SEEDS 1 I I For the Kitchen anJ Flower warranted new, and froe from adulteration, to had in U> Bait pnrchasers. Apply to the GAiDCDIKa, Borough Gardens, Cohridgo, Carcrcd Market, Hanley, on Satnrdajirs, aaa Bomlcm Market on Mondaya, m aid after March 13th. Orders of 10v and apwarda scat carriaga paid to any rail- way station for cuh. Pnrchaeen will ind these feeds of the beat quality, and considerahLT cheaper than they cu obtained CUT FLOWERS alt tho roand. A choico selection ef BEDDENG PLANTS for the coming season. STOYE and GREENHOUSE PLANTS alwayi i tale al the Garden. A VlMT HjtSTlCTTOTO.T. BlCjtrmsTTO. STAFFOfiDSHIEE FTJliNTTOBE MART, 12 and W, CBOWN BANK, HAWEET. 1840. J. MILLER, GENERAL HOUSE TUBNISHES brtfi to annaoncc that at bu dUhliahKnt will fee teen UM beet selected stock of HOU9EH6LD in the District, which eannotW imrpaued in aaality ffl nlACHINZS which may be had on the Bormg Syitem, ai wall aa takn in Exch Ermry article wmrnoM j if ftot airnmxl rf, L E A T H E B. NANCABROW. LBATMB WOOLHAU AJTD BBTAJL, 46, PICCADILLY, HANLET. Dnbnin Maaajactnnr, Wholesale aad Retail J. MAKING. BABBOW AND BOrLEB 1ULEEBS, Marrow, uiuM al praniax BUCKMALL-BOAD, am tin n HANLBY, where all PBiClfi ONE HALFPENNY. nrdeni entrusted U then an executed with despatch by killed workmen on molt rcmionaUc KitiBUUea liren for unking water ringee, girders, and etcry laieription of kndge wvrk. J. J I L B E B T 18, HOPE-8TBEET, HANLEY, a Largo Stock of SEWING MACHINES of all thai makes. HACEINES at erery dwcription. BE PAIRED on the Weekly Payments taken for Sewinf, Washing, and Machineg.________ GLOBB EXPRESS OFFICE, at WELCH. mASSALL, AW! OO.'S, WATCH Tuning, STOKE-UP05-TKENT Thn GLOBE is Botacl as the eipeditiooj Eiprera in thn United Kinfdom, and U ia coanection with Geo W. WheatleyiuidCo.'B Daily Parcels Elprtat, Unru' Enropean Expreu of Kew Tork, Parcels ore forwarded daily to tin Continent, thrice WMkiy to the United Stales, weekly to Canada and India, fortnightly to China, West ladies, South Paoic, Cali lorsiii, and British Colnbia, nwnthly to Australia, Kew Zealaad, Madeira, Sooth Africa, and South c o A LI _ e e A LI o o LI TO THE MAfTFFACTUHKBS OF HANLEY AND STJBBOUTTSfOJG DISTRICT. FLAIJT, Jra., BTJCKSALt LEEK, b in a aoririfsi U Fire COALS tat 8LAOK, ak te aJBBafuBUJaa ISJIJBS Ttnu (wtkk ara CHEELBi'S LONDON DININa BOOMS. No. L. PICCADILLY, Near Uc Town Hall, Hanlnr. HOT DINNERS daily, from 12 to 3 CHOr> BTJUK8> AtL, am ______ihortftt iOCKTEE'S FOREIGN and CIGABS, u i 25 T iwnrhaad-> cornftr Ltfcil, (laie Uooti at OM Sw pubUc that he hu Uli Irict anU and Heiira the .npport of U .P TOBACCO and CIGARa of the b took. E. H. attcudi Dimnera, Waiter. N.B.- Dialer in .KOEEK WTJTES. __ _ M" B. Q. N. NEWMlAN, U U 8 10. of 8t Luka't, of Suigiog, Piuoforto, 10Q1UID. 13, BT. L0KP-3TBBET, HANLKY. G OUK COMMKECIAL HOTlIi AND POSTING ESTABLr9HT4ENT, HEWCASTLE-UNDEK-LYHK. EK-OPENED UNDEB NEW MANAGEMENT Good Stabling, Coach-beaten, and orory arranmodalioa' Aai Ordinary erory Monday at One o'clock. THOMAS WOOLF, Proprwto. PIPES, WAD CLAY, MAHL FIBE BRICKS, Ac. JOLLEY uud NODKN, tnrerfl. of GLAZED 8ANITAB-I SOOnrT PIPES, FIKE BBICKS, KILK QUAKUEES.SAOSAB MAEL, WAD CLAY, io. WOMIB GREEN. COBHIDflB. STOKE-ON-TEENT. B 8 A T PBIZK MEDAL HATS May DOW be had at WHOLESALE PEICE8, THE DEPOT 45, PICCADILLY, H A N L B Y TAYLOE (Into of WATCH and CLOCK MANUFACTURES, JEWELLHB, Lever Watcboa node on tho promises. Dealer in all kinds of Fancy Goods, Culbry, General Furniture, Aa. the 125, HIGH-STRKET, FENT6N. RICHAKD HEAP, CABVKK and LOOKING GLASS, WINDQW, COUNICB, ani PICTUBE FRAME Old Frames replL Trade applied o i, Wand F. KEATES, CAUVKJOSrOILD] PICTUBE FBAME MAHUFAOTUHJL nd General Dealers in WORKS OF ART, Nee. 31 aw. .flinE, HANLKV, hare on at their a splendid asiactiM of Modern En hromp-LitiiiMrrapks, Plain and Coloured Pho 11 PaintiBf PM Similef of remarkably fine no nd also the latest inventions in Art urodactioDs. OIL PAINTINGS Rc-Linod, Cleaned, and lUrWM y a London ciport. Ormoln Tables, Cornices, Pictnro and Lookiag-GlMs repaired and re-gilt cqnul to uovr by workaw of ong expenence. ilord frameB in Knglish GoU, Oak, Ebony, Walnnt, Ar VTEW MACHINE -L122, STAFFORD-STREET, HANLEYi M. SCRAG G baring opened the above in- mates that he has on hnnrl a unit-class Blook of MA- HINES, mannfMtiinyl by Brruibnry and Co., limited, ildham, suitable for futnilioo or Baanfaotnrora. The nneriority of these machines'enabled the makers to earn S Thirteen flrnt-cliuii prizes in 1870, in win other manufactaron at home and abroad. M. S. baring bod nearly twenty years' smcba'J ex- Mrienco with the nbovu oonipany, solicits an by intending pnrchaners. He also the ropairiaf and adjusting of of orory kind at NNT7AL CI.EAEANCE HALE for a L. WEEKS ONLY, ata BEDUOTION of 20 mr cent. PIANOFOBTES: Superb, COTTAGE TRI- CHORD, in bctt Italiim butt-jointed walnut oaae, soreu ootaTei Ditto ditto Ditte ditto Ditto ditto Ditto ditto Lnd a great many othan at IMS prioen. All HABMONIUM8: Splendid HARHONTOM, ia walnat caw, by Alexandra, only 20 Guineas. UniTersal Church Model HABMONIUM, Mk, bu seti, by A lane lot HABMONIUMS, by Aloaadn, ia wa'lnat ana rosewood, three and sereo slopa, IS and IT GidMM oach, MUSICAL BOXES: Small MUSICAL, BOXES, OM 4f. 6d. Larn MUSICAL BOXES, fmr turn, six, eight, Ua and twelve, at the sane unprecedented low for a ikort time per cent. MB. OHAJTTHEY'8. PIANOFOBTJ ANDHAEMONTUMWABEHOtTSE, B, ToBTiiri-SqirXM, HAKLKT. SHOP will be M nmal fna Afftit 3rd to 17th, when Buineaa will be nnatt with an entirely New Stack. Vf BAILBY, WIJJEand 8PIHIT MERCHANT, DUKE WILLIAM INN, MABKBT-SQUAKE, BUESLEM. reBpcctfolly annocncei that he npplJM BASS'S BITTEE BEEB, ALE, and POSTER, at Brewers' Pncea. Carriage Free to all Partf of Dutrieti. Beit OM SPIRITS from 3i. th< Bottle. Fue Old POQT and HHEflliY WINES inn St. tht BottU. WB B N T L E Y (late of PBACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Lute catefclly fitted to the feet. N.B. Try BEWTLErS PARAQOM WAIST BOOTS, warranted Io care any kind of uni redone tbai prorinf a real booi to all trvabW witk tendar feti. Acdnn HAXUIT. 187, Miiummr, ETBITBIA-ROAD, THE OLD BOEBDCK INN, HOPE-BTEEJET, rriHEOPHTLUS BEAJtDMOBB. WINB an4 1 -SPIBTT MERCHANT, n-iportfally the at- tention of the Public to hit large aelectiao of T0BBIO N WINES aad SPIEIT8. of Uw CbuoMt O-- Vtr Bottlea at WkolauU Glotw'i,   

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