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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               entnteL FRIDAY, JUL.Y 16, 1875. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. ij J r. I i i., 11 i i' L: ii'-ir.i ii A- 1KT" "til in I -r... "..I U l''f IVI.-i-ihi-d r n At i 'ii.r.Al ul't.1 .illi ilt.K'lI.'.'-i fl 1 Ol II.'! iVl-W Ii.' lit'ho 'i r af'.J.- t. ir'.i. -jiar-1 OA to 'jtn'.i jiul w.il ta wal (i i, i; i i: A M i. r A i: u U- I! IIMI MAJK il'i "iljAlil'- wi.i ut'ft'i AV.l'.M. J i Hllli 1 I' ul II. -li'.nn: i.' In- -i'-u c.u'lin .'j liV  I" J to li I -il-l. fur iiV lit'' 1..1. AI.I i-.' 'i.iuuAf. i-ru. iiiiNi; MA.S'GLIN'J MACHINES. HTKWAET i.i, HAS'IJiV A M E II 0 41, OL'TKITTKH, IU-M.Er. J .-IIIKTi1. TIKH. hCAKW. C'OI.LAJW, OIKS rfi'Rl.SOKK, OHOAJS" KntUKlA.KOAD (Ouuoiita the Jfew Huilwny II ANLKY. ami KutiuiUii Oivrn (or CUUUCU, Al'KI., I'HAMIiKK OllOANS. --i.--ri' l.H'.r. if- 6 ..f 1 1U" i IM- i1 "-..I A uf 1 "II'IU "I W .1. ui.l 15, BuOAU-OTUJn', UASTLKr, AND PROVISION DKALKE. GENUINE HOME MALiE UKKAD. KVrAULI.SUKU 1H WATUH AND CLOCK 1IANLBY. iwiortmont of tirnt XT .'Op m. '1 ,i r..n, ii.i Ii "I t'1" un morii'i'ir ol I1 o '1 rip ____i_ o K XtAKh'S I'llllUl'll HfltDOI.s. MIULTUN. All I'l-K'HNs I.UT.IH- miy I'l.AI.M uuuiint '.h.i ul I i.- ulwivn an- to niiul HI.AliKN- 1 lu v llnwur.l pill-.-, lliinl.'.r i is-, n-i of liiivini; I MKN'T 1 II '.'I AI-1-'.. 'silDUHNi! 1 rl'l1-.1 n1. IKVNIUVM. "'i WAKKH I i ii-1 ni'i'.y to I ii i: 1' 11 l> N s i A 1 I K INN. I, u S ii 'I' n N I> r. i> v i. i: M v i H A i. i., (I M r. n i ,i. II A N I, 1'- V Mr Tumi l K'i ire i. i i SIM; m'V. n KiKS'l c[ 1 i u n I 1 'I I'll VN'.l "I I I'-NI- Jewullcry. Gold Alboru ami IJuurd-i ut Rriut vuricty. Muaafaotnrer of nil kin'lfl of Kiik'luh Clo-kH, uuil unulo on thu I'mmiaoa. Alio A ttfliurtuii-iit of Uolil and Silvur Wntchui, u( llio niuli-, mill luuiln to onler A large of I.IHK-II UI11' a prirute room to '-L from N H kimU of llciiuir-i punctually attended to, and by worWiirn. I N E 1 N N II U R (AiijniMiNu RAILWAY ALLSOPP'H MILD, and HTKONG AI.K ST'dltKS (JUINNKSS'S IIK.VUINE DUIILIN STOUT Vti DRAUGHT. .VOIKII Kin yiiAi.n-r. I KWIH WIIITTAKK14, Ml h ri H B A T E I'.DllOUUH DINING ROOMS, 'I KINm-STKKr.T, MILES'-IIAN K, Hut Dinnern ilnily from 1" to 3 o'clock. Shortcut Notice. L "T 'IVii, l J on tho U A fl-'i', unil Htr 8 K I' Ii TAILOR AND DltAPKIi, 4, UIOU-STBEE O HANI BY. IM BT A NT NOTICED" II HE HOROUOH TEA, WINK, und PROVI- SION HTOKK8, 4-1, and 45, NKWCAHTI.I. bi'i? nionl rtwpi'plfiilly to inform yoo. thut onr Now Kitonnivo 1'llEM ISKS, -U, und 45, 1UONMABKET, NKWCASTI.K, are now upon. Tho farour of Vlfllt IV. 1IOWSON nnil SON_____________ .STAFFORD F.I'i'.'IOlIt, ('OMkOUT, AHII CUKAl'NKftH C'OMUINSD. RICHARD 1'KliltY, Lndies' ivnd GontlomOB'B Fanlnoiiablii HOOT anil SIIOK hi. NEWL'ASTLH-ST., BUBSLKM. HiiipoknOnlurH Neatly it I'roiuptly Exocatcd. O Y H T O V S 1 T 0 Y S I I I T -l I; I K I I' 1; M A T M VSU' -i. M i T. r KNPID.N. t v I t in rVIM' AN VM I A1. (nr llv- i'i vNiiHHtrM.s AH I HArtMUMl Ms, y. lij In. m.iV.1 n in u b" AH l '.I-'- I Jl 111.' Hr-1-ioil.ibli' l'iii-ri V u T K i i 1 i 111. U lli'l N I.i- v MJt- I'lTl 1- KY. i i I i, I IN' 'i ill V-' I'.p-iU'l .1 11 K I 11. J .1 'i i; i i s r r. r ii ii i. u n A l> ,i K i n v u: i; vi i i. i r i. r. in 1.1 i: i i. K 1 1 .11 IT l' i> 'i i'l V 1 1 1 1 V.'V. V V H N I i. A i> i: 11 A '-l. i 1 i i i i r, A i i N s r -r.i' --i 1-1. i 11 n r> lir 1.. 1 IM' Ml'ir II: ,11 -i.i, H .e'. c: V.co'. lhi 'IM OOLD JEWKLLtKY', ud Urgg Stock of Electro-FUtte wd Jot. WEDDING m ririito room. CUawd One o'clock on T H E C H E A P D U K E V E Ii B A B L E ft K Q I! I S E S C U .K A I and E L E 1.G JA. N T. WASHING.. C A U I E T WHITTINGHAM MAKERS AND 7, ALBION-STREET, S OL K AOKNTS. and I AMD a o N UPHOLSTER EJ1V3 HANLEY. jurda long, Gt. 3d.; 3 yanla long, It. 6d.; 3 yarda 9d. O H N S A N T P O K T B OF WINES AND SPIKJTS AGENT 'FOR THE PHCENTS BBEWEEY COMPACT'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT. AND STOBKH GLEBJJ-STKEET, STOKE. CH A E L WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PfiESENTS. ES U A B C E 0 P T. 11, PARLIAMENT-EOW, WOBK BOXES, WEITING DESKS, WHITING CASES, 3a. 3d. to 40a. UANL EY LADIES' and OENTLEMENS' BAGS, 2s. 6d. to CAliD CASES, t'lGAK CASES, 3d. to 15a. OPERA GLASSES, 7i. Cd. to S7i. SMELLING BOTTLES, Od. to INKSTANDS, 2s. 2d. to 30s. PUB9E3. It. to LADIES1 COMPANIONS, IB. 3d. to 30a. WOKK BASKETS, 2.. to Gd. DBKSSING CASES, 13s. to 50s. POETBAIT ALBUMS, 2j 3d. to 253. GOLD, SILVEE, PLATED, uid BLACK JEWELLERY. _A_LaTBo Stock of WOOD and WICKER PERAMBULATORS. O K 0 Y DON'S PKEPABBD M U S T A It D. It ready mixed for the table, does not dry or funncut io tho Cruet, and will koep fraah and goad, however long in nue, pronded the oork it replaced in the bottle. PBJCK Is. rta, BOTTLI. No injnnoaa to health is osed in making this preparation. m E. H. CROYDON Diariifgina am FAMILT CHIMIST, (Eight years Dispenser at toe North Staffordshire IBONMABKET, NEWCASTLK-UNDER-LYME. Agent for KINUOND and Co's. oatabrated APNEUMATiW MINERAL WATERS in Syphon Bottles. rox. HAJQJT................................................3. D. fUBNlVAL (late MAEKET-SQUABE.' A N" D J. M 0 S O A ft WINE AND S P I K I T J. AND MAEKET 9QTJ ABE O AND MEBCHANT9, HANLEY. RETAIL MARKET-STEEET AND NEW-STREET, B BKAKDY. -gaL qri. hot. pnt. B. d. a. d. a. d. B. d. Henoouay or Martel's finest Cosmic 28 0...7 0 4 8 ..3 G Good Cognac......21 O...S 4 ..3 S...2 ICE LI a r inn s HiNLEY; S T CHANCERY-LANE. .LONGTON. gilL nog. a. d. d. Ditto BB. WUIHKBT. Irish, Bows Old, 45s, par doz., bottled in bond Irish, Fine Old Ditto, Good...... 18 0...4 6..3 0...2 3 ...1 9 4 u. 3 9 18 0 ..4 6 ..3 0 2 3 ...1 13 4..3 1...2 3...1 8 ...0 10 .11 WHISKBT. High- i. d. qrt. hot. s. d. s. d. pat. H. d. Kill. i. d. d. 18 0...4 022 15 0...3 8...2 G ..1 11 4 8 It... 7 Henne.iaj or MwUl's 5s. and 56. Bd. Scotch, font land 21 0...5 4 ..3 C 2 Scotch, Islay 18 0...4 6...3 0...2 Ditto, Canspbdton.. 16 0...4 0...2 8...2 HUM. Jamaica, best Ditto, good GIN. London, Ditto, common Spirits of Wine, 23s. per gall. Hollands Gin, io original bottloB, 3a. cmch. 13 4 3 4 ..2 3...1 10 0...2 B ,.2 0...1 8 ...0 10 4 ...0 8 BUCKLEY, HANLEY It.it LONDON PORTLAND CKitENT, 5a. per 1 in J-ii'Ui or nuki. I'ADKNT SKMINinC HYPIiAULlC CEMENT lor Umn anil bru'tdnyurn' niortnr, HH. (xl. por biuhol. STONK'for dump wall? nuj bricklayers' 'VI p. r I >o ton Int. pni'l to Pottcncii lij-.nul, or Y tin.i'. fr.uii AVIuirf. I S, i ..NT i u H -o nnil Lho of t-mlo LD 'H- IK" of it anrl it pqnnl to any rotnont at 1 of uriluinry niorb.ir, wu (cgl qnito surf that it only known to ho iipprvcifttinl i i r- 1 :HMM liow ii it fen t with orrli'r. .ivul MAKQUL-'.Ky for I'll AISLES BAKKATF. MAICyrKK. nnd WATEUPIiOOF OIL 11 MANUVACTUHKR, C I. I V K E H A N K SroKic-ox- TIIHKT _ K K "s 'T b A u c 'II I I fl EOKQE HAELBY STEEET AOBNT FOB McDouoALL 13noe. .CiTT CoriN HANCHS8TIR ALSO AND Co., VINEOAH WOKES, CUMBB MAIIKKT, LONDON, HENEY CKOSS'8 P1CTUEE FUAMING ESTABLISHMENT and FINE ART REP08I- TOEY, NEWCASTLE-STEBET, BUE8LEM. Pictures Framed in every style at moderate pricon. Looking pliUBCB and pictnro frames ro-ifilt, and oil painbngB, tc., carafully cleaned and restored. The choicest selection of pictures in tho rliatrict. and Bookbinding promptly ciccutcil A LAND M FAJIILY HOTEL, MARKET-PLACE, HENRY SWIFT, PROPRIETOR. FIEST-CLASS STABLING, LOOSE BOXES, AND LOCK-UP COACH-HOUSE. BILLIARD-ROOM, NEWLY i'lTTED-UP. _ STUDENTS. 4 0 >RIVATE PRACTICE mny now bo had npon n, nrst-clafla tonns, apply to F, BROUGHAM. PTNEBT-BTBIKT, S H L T O N 1HMVVNH riUN'L'K ALBr'irr SAUCE, to: KD-V'. JInil, Sl.-iki, Chops, i nrnr-, ninl Soup 11. i-ij'ur'. i .1 (i.'liciuin tliivonr to Koiu't Mertts, 'i.u-i-'. Slniki, Chop'. C'nlli't.-'. Cold M.'nt, S-iipi, SulaJ-i, ftr duo tonic oropcrtica in- i fcMriiii' I'. -toiniu-h. materially iiiiprovirit both nppotitv i .1 r.i. 11., 1 .t Ln thp furthi-r of I-M i; i.' i, ful thin uny other Sance. M iv I 1 from raos'. ami in BRICKLAYER and CONTRACTOR, 24 SUN-STREET, HANLEY. N H-PROPERTY RKPA.IRED AND MATERIALS THE BEST TERMS.____________ _______ Hjj-pjjujjc_ EAESES, MOURNING COACHES, COF- FINS, GABS, WAGGONETTES, ic., on moat reasonable terms tit FREDERICK HALL'S, M, BRYAN-S'niET, HANLEY._________ O'll N W A'L K E'uT G L A 8 G O W, Manufacturer of Biscuits to Heir Majesty, ___ Calls attention to the different DIGESTIVE BISCUITS entire WH EATEN HUSKS, Ac., manu- factured by him They are highly recommended by the f.niu-cl and Hedltal Ttme.t and hy Dr Arthur Hill Hns-al and Dr. H. C. Barllott, the calcbmted Analytical Chemists, and other distinguished mcmbfin of 'he Medical Profusion, aa being all pure, very pnlatable, ion.irritant, und nch in flenh-fonmnft nitropcnoufl ele- and are admirably adapted an food for infants, tnildren, invnlitta, and persona of weak digestion, >itc rAI.RUB'S ROTAL AND GfiOAT BiaCUITS are regularly used by tho Queen and Royal Family. TVipw biscuits cau be obtained from the AQRNT ?on HA.XUBT Sir. THOMAS WALKER, BOBOUOB TEA 73, STAFFORD-STREJST.___________ B S COALI OOAL1 TO THE MANUFACTURERS OF HANLEY SURROUNDING DISTRICT. EORGE PLANT, Jim., BUCKNALL and VJ" LEEK, ia now in a position to supply flood Hoiue Firo COALS and EnjriDo SLACK, also Coals .and Sluck suitable for HanufftctunnR purposes. Terms (which aro moderate) on applicntinn. E L C H, HA8SAL "UT, PRACTICAL JEWELLERS, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS, Reipectfnlly inform the pablic that they have now 11EMOVED to more extensive prcmiaefl. comer of Glebo- strDel, and Church-street, Stoke-on-Trent, whoro all ord.ra entrusted to them shall rceoivo prompt attention- From the experience of W. H. and Co in somo of the first watch manufactories in England, they aro enabled to execute all kinds of repairs on their own premises Clocks, on tho hire system. W. H. and Co., are now out a new pattern eight-day striking clock-far The largest assortment of Jewellery and other poods in'tho district S Decora tJ A N B B 0 O K BEOS GraJDcrs donse Painters, Sign Writers, Flumbera, Glaxiers, Papcr.hnniforB. and Gaafitters, V- and 30, iWATERLOO-ROAD, BURSLEM. OIL PAINTINGS, ENGBAVINGS, Ace. FRAMED on tbe snortesl notice. A varuty of Fnuaesi kept in stock to choose from. .-'01, K PBU ilIN P VVIlNIVAI. UAUKET-SQL'AKE, IIANI.KV. Fl.or P H j-picv in IVnir 1'sckrl' 1 for 11 L 1 A N" i. O U E il E to toe POTFERIKS ore reqnoitcd not OM _ SPLENDID COLLECTION Of NATURAL HIaTOUT STECIMEXS iT JOG I N N AND SOUTH STAFVORDSIIIHT. MUSEUM, BSOAD STEEET, SHELTON. tor, JOKN SNOW. GLASSES, PICTURE FRAMES, RE-GILT. S TAILOR HOSIER, GLOVKH, 67, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. "if PROVIDENCE BOILER WORKS. -VTOTICE TO COLLIERY FKOPRIETOES -Ll MAXDFACTUREHS, and Others. FALSTAfy INN, No HANT.ET. EDWIN HIGGINBOTHAM (late Boota at tbt Sara. _c'i Head, Hanky) rctpacUJUy infomu fritodj aad bt public that be hu taken tbe above Inn, nnd by met atteution and keeping a article lo-ment and Mean the joppori of Uw public. The TOBACCO and CIGARS of the beet brands in lock. E. [i. attends Ilalla, Ac-, u Day Waiter. in KOUE1QN acd BRITISH WINKS. _ _____________ "N. NEWMAN, PBOKESSOS VI U S I C. (Organist of St. Lttko't, Hanley.) Taacher ot Piaaoforto, Organ, and Har. ouuunm- OIIK HOTEL AND POSTING ESTABLISHMENT, KEWCASTLE-UNDEB-LYME. PIPES, WAD CLAY, MABL, FIRE BRICKS. Ac. JOLLEY and NOOKN, Hanafno- iTj. turern of SANITAB. SOCKET IPES, FIRiJ BR'tCKS, KILN MABL, WAD CLAY, io. GREEN, OOORIDGE, STOKE-ON-THENT. LONDON DINIMQ ROOMS, No. 1, PICCADILLY, Near Uw Town Hall, Hulu. HOT DINKERS daily, Irom 12 to 3 o'cWk. HOPS, STEAKS, TrU, on ahortol notice. EB-OPENED UNDER NEW KAKAQEIJENT Good Stalling, Coach-hoHsei, nnJ erory RcooamwUuon In Ordinar; ererjr MondoT at One o'clock. BiUUnln. THOMAS WOOLK, Propriolcr. B P R I E A T MKDAL HATS May now bo had ut WHOLESALE PRICES, THE DEPOT 45, PICCADILLY, U A N L E Y 1 TAYLOR (Into of WATCH und CLOCK JEWELLER, Levor Watches nuide on tub prenuneB, DeiUer in kinds of Funoy Goodu, Cutlory, Gun oral Furniture, Ac. the 125, HIQH-STIIEKT, FKNTON. RICHARD HEAP, CABVEli and LOOKING GLASS, WINDOW, CORNICE, an-' PICTUEB FRAME MANUKACTUBEt Old FrunicB regilt. Tho Trade supplied on reaabnable erme. 'xUUANUg-ftlnLUINGS, BllOAD-STIlKET, IlANLKT. IT nnd F. KEATEH, CAHVKRS. OILDBKS, V PICTURK FRAME MANUKACTURKB-S. nd-Gcnoral Dealeri in WORKS OF ART, Nos. and 8, CiiiAi'uiDi, HANLET, have ou viuw at their Show Loom a anloudid soWction of Modern Knifruvintl, >hromo-Lituotrraphs, Plain und Coloured Photofrnipuii Oil Painting Fuc Similes of rouiorkably fine oiccnt3on, nd also tho lateat inventions in Art prodnctioni. OIL PAINTINGS lie-Lined, Cleaicd, and Ewtored y a London export. Ormolu Tables, Cornicos, Picture and Looking-Glass 'rnrnea repaired and equal to now by workmnn of onp; experience. Oxford framnB in English GoU, Oak, Kbony, Walnnt, Ac SEWING" MACHINE -L.122, STAFFOED-STREET, HANLEYi M. SCRAGG hnrinK opened tho abovo promincs, ii. Eaten that he en hand a first-clans Stock of MA- CHINES, manufactured by Bradbury nnd Co., Limited, )ldbom, auiUible for families or munnfiioturcrii. The upenority of these machines enabled the makers to carry fl Thirteen urat-cliusH prizes in in torn petition witu U other mauufactururn ut homo and abroad. M. S. havuiR hvl nearly twenty years1 practical ox. lerienco with the above1 company, solicits an inauoction by iding pnrcbasors. llu nluo nndortakos tha uiil adjusting of Machines of every kind at reaaonablo -barges. IU NCK S A PIANOFORTE S Saporb, full-sizoil COTTAGE TRI- CHORD, in bent Italian walnut case, suvon octaves Guimuut. Ditto ditto 50 Oriniiajt. Ditto ditto 38 Guineas. 1 Ditto ilitte.............. Guineas. Ditto ditto............ IW Gnsnoafl. And a griiut tunny olhwH at. lyns priccw. All HARMONIUMS 1 Splendid HARMONIUM, in -walnut case, olevcu Btopf, by Aloxocdre, only 2C OnmcoB. 1 Univcrsul Church Model HARMONIUM, in oak, four seta, hy Alexandra, 2IJ Guineas. A large lot of HABMONIUMS, by Alexandra, in walnut and rosewood, three and scvon stops, 15 and 17 Gninoaji each, M U S I L BOXES Small MUSICAL BOXES, one tune, ti. Cd. Lmfge MUSICAL BOXES, four tunes, nil, ciffnt, ton and twelve, ut theoamu iinprccedrutflii low prices fora short timo pp.r cent, for M H CHANT If. KY'S, PIANOFORTE AND HARMONIUM WAREHOUSE, 8, TONTINE-SQUARE, HAMI.KT. SHOP will bo closed ai nsnal from AoBTiit 3rd to 17th, when Bunncij will bo resumed with on entirely New Stock. WEEKS ONLY, at ft REDUCTION of 20 per WIDOW of the Lute JOB'S BABBOW, BOILER 0 M A S STUB AUCTIONEER and VALUER, GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, and DEALER in WASHING, MANGLING, and SEWCNG MACHINES, 110 and 111, HIGH-SrliEET, FENTON. furnitnre bought, sold, oreichAoRed j MAKER, HANLEY, respectfully announces that she ir naw Every article warranted. If not approved of, I rnrrics on ber late husband's business at ttoo junction of the Leek and BncknaU Roada, near Bncknall Station. The business of the firm will be carried on under the style nnii nime of Barrow and Co. Business letters to be ad- dressed 102, Bncknall.road, Hanley. All kinds of Boilerj, Ciateroj, tc made and repaired on the shortest notice. The HMt efficient and experienced workmen kept. All K H O "D G K I S S 17, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. HIGH-STREET two KEELE-STEEET, TUNSTALL, DEALER in all ot MACHINES, for 9EWTNG KNTTTTNG, WASHTSG, WBINGING, R. H. alM offers at PICCADILLY, HAKLET, CHOICE OF LADLES' CHTLDKEH'S Olilt'l'jTIJfG, Ac, AND orders entnuted to their care will rtceiie prompt atten- tion. __________ LAWN MOWBRS of the beat makers kept in by JOSEPH BAILDON and CO., Uos- onaiaa, NEWCASTLE. macainea repaired and made u sew OB the preauM. DUKE WILLIAM INN, MARKKT-SQUAKE, BUH3LEM, respectfully announce.1! that he inppliw BASS'S BITTER BEER, ALE, and POKTEli, at Brewers' Pncca. Carringe Free to all of tho Best Old SPIRITS from 3i. thn Bottlo. Fine Old PORT anil HUEfirtY WINES the Bottle. WB E N T L K Y (Into of PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAK.EU. Lastfl caiefuUy fitted to tito fact. N.B. BENTLEY'S PARAGOS WAIfiT BOOT3, to euro any kind of conn, and nyluco bunions, thas proving a real boon to all troubled with tender Int. 1G7, ETRVIUA-ROAD. HAKI.EY. _______ VTOTICB OF REMOVAL. SAMUEL HILL, CLOTHIER, HOSIER, and GENERAL moM Kion-BTBKrr, HA.VLKT, and 121, KnTLisaViuiiE NOKTIHTOOD, TO 3-i, HANLEY Lai pi Stock of BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS from ______________4s. lid. T NANCASBOW, LMTJIKK 46, PICCADILLY, HANLEY, Dubbin Haatfactarer, WholejUe and EeUii Sample Zid.   

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