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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               J r ft- iafiortfcihire 0 'T WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1875. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. V MI'r.ilA'. .r. 11 A -S L K i -''1' HlliEKT, "t I- >'i'' i' "r-Fi'.f' "r wl.l fwatliT (U1 i O i I K 'I r, u A i f y.KM 'i K.Hi'KU ID i: i, u! I will I.., I At il- A' lor li-T will l 'i Iral '.l ,1 -I -lll.r- r 1. It" I ii Ir- Hu1' li'n.' i 'iiCr-A'1 JIM '---I I" of t -i- ti.n 1: I T r af l.r ,'tn 4, ,1 i 0 w l! nnu lull. O t. -i 1 U h A M i, L A U U 1 r M UK 11 V -i li il UK VM I! .LIM. ti A'lM'AI. tMIII'lIl'iN of .11 l.i' A i l-.'j Ljldl.l VM> U 1M-.N l.l' Mi t> I J h II.., Mil m ,1 IVpulur I- I I. M Ji IMA. i Hi 111 Itll, Otl hA UIH C, j u.i MI.'I.M 1 ili .'.i. Ai.iiir, I [i hi Sllt'vl" 1 1 S.Ni'l I M >1 i- I Ml ii1. ir i..( l I1 Ill I'.M ur 1 S 1 I SM, on .-..mo 1.1 I! QJ to J IF K I- II I> i> W iS h i H I, I- IN N 1 ii N i, I 11 N il 1' L I. M I. i S l 11 V I, I, D KDLX'ATrO.VAL. AY VOBSU LADIES, WATKKLOO-liuAD, Ii L' E H L E M Ml-Ji liALD'S SCHOOL will re-opened a lion Uy. Jnlj I> f.O V, K U I LLS" HuCbE, TDJi'STALL. .T r'Oli VuUSG LADIES. twl Mm V'AN'iiOlT HltUKli. July Mth. U of merit MAM KAi II 11H1W, I'OLVIKHY OWNEltS, 1 11 t. li A I: Ii 0 W AND SO N Il'ilLKfi MAKHIW, lj r-iful'y ir.form tl.o that thi-7 cirrf era tho nl (jremi-irj Gci'UjiiPtl Ly the lute John lUTK.S'Al.L-UOAD, HANLfcY, where all t't !'i-l wo xi ,n for to thr-ui nrD riecuU-il with ilmpatch by t ru-iworiihlu tercn warVr (finlera, and every il MAffllNES. WRINGING MACHINES MANULI.SU MACHINES. V, HOI Dii'OT llllil I.30.N' A.ID .VI'KWAUT lil'.OS. IUOSMOMILM HANLHV I ICON II! IHTE.VDS, Du AND BEDDING. WllnLKHA! i: AN.) UriAIL, IBIlr.KSON AND STEWART, IIAXLKV. II I. K 1'1'i'III.V K VXfjKS, Mr TIIOIMFI Rout.nil. I I IVIKi SIM. wi'li 11 I IK.iT i i i I Alt AUI IVIh-, V, I H K I.T lUNi.i nK 'lAI.hNT. i i 'in 1- i rcntrn I I. I I I' I'l... Tj. -M j I "S I: 'i 1 I" I- ii J. "ii I vh" "il 'I r i i i M t.i Mr M ,1 H Mi. lirt -li.. I. llml.'r It f. ii Ihn ln.r ill 1 n II J In' V, I l i v ii Miili.rn Mm. nil Unt. r1 i i .i1 I'r..', llnnli U 1 Ii I. li I li M Y T r n I i u 11 OK M L' .c I M MiM- 1 ''I IT, I'l N'loN, I 111. Il III I'llllln lllvt 1.0 lull 11  i iuJ Mill 1 i: h I.' '1 II S I 1 i 1 'KJi.Al v'1 i-l w .VnsiNUEIl, OKOAN BB1LDKK, ETKUICIA-ROAD thii Noiv Kmlwny Stutioni, H A N L K Y. Submittc.luud Kiitiimitc'ii Given for CHURCH, nuil CHAMUKR OKUANS. Ki'inli'iini (ii.ADiiiiNr.'iiiiKiT. (i. hi l.'l, IllCOAU 'ITllKKr, IlA.Xr.BT, lillDCEi; AND PROVIHION DEALER. I'umilu.'i mil triuln Fnipi.lic4 witli GENUINE HOME MADE IIHEAD. ___ I'STAHLISHKD I851 J S'l'KV DNSON, WATCH AND CLOCK Mi, llui'b, HANLEY. A u Hortiiii'iit of lirnt-i-liwi Gold mill l.uinli of prrit rnruity. Miinufuoturcr of ill kind i uf I In. If. iiinl miulo on the PrumiflcK. Al'ii n vi ry liiru-o iinurtiniiiit of Gold mid Silver i.U In ut tho IK it nuilcii, mid luudu to order. A largo i jrun-'iiL uf W uiul K privnto room to .I. 11 (rum N' K LuuU of Ueniur'i (mLictimlt) ultcndod to, and INN. 1! U K S L E M I IY li.l'r't, MILD, I'ALE. nnil STRONG ALL slUliE.S (JUINNGSS'S r v I I i i, I i'l I H) l, Ul i I. A I. 1 A 1! M I V. I u r, i' (i N' I T 1- i. I.I -.'11. i M. MAM t 'i i l; i h I d i I HANLKY, Kt H.t l.V. I i s 1 A 1' lilM-v uiM.I.sd, J I I 'T H i I I 1. II i-.T. i1.. l Ml M 1 M'lV-i N o! I HI P.... A S I. u I, U Cl S (.r.M'INK lirill.I.V STOUT ON DRAUGHT. N'niMi IIoT'lli. Hilt QUAI ITT. I, DWlti WlinTAKKR, Proprietor. 1 1st, i; I! A T E S l' H HuUnl'ilH DINING ROOMS, i! IKlNin hllil 1 r, MILl'S'-HANK, HANLEY. Hot Diniii n il uly from 12 to 3 o'cltck I i'i. nnd SS.-iik't on tho Notion. I I ANT NOTICE. rflllT I1! KoI'i.II WINE, and FROYI- I MD.N Sl'ORl'S, an 1 Ii. 11x11 MiKf.r, CHARLES BOOTH AND SON, 61, PENKHlfLL-STEEET, NEWCASTLE, DEALERS IS FOREIGN AND BRITISH CIGARfl, GUINNESS. 6ON, AND CO'H. DUBLTM POHTEB A-VD STOUT, Is CABS AJTD Barru- AGENTS FOR CHESTER Go's MILD AND PALE, ALES. 'I' A U M tt b AND J 0 N U tt TON THE CHEAP I N E S T R CLOTH1EBS, E E T, HA E Y. H PIDDOCK and JEWELLEES and WATCH MAXUPACTDEKH8, BON Ami 21, ST. Aan'a Sapenor GOLD and SILVER WATCHES. AJ1 warranted lor two yearn. Pine HOLD ALBKiiT atid GCiRD CHAIN'S. Liberal Duccimbi off 1'tce GOLD JEWElAMCf, and a Urge Stovi o! Electro-PlaUi and Jet. WADDING ELWG8 in apnTate rooa. Closed at One o'clock on Thundara. T E T A I ANT. Jf 3 CHEAP, DUEABLE, sod E L E G NEVEU BEQUIBE WASHING. G. WHITTINGHAM AND SON, CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTEBEBS, 5 anil 7, ALB1O N-STEE ET, HANLEY. SOLI A o E N T b. yards long, Ge. 3 yuxJa long, 7e. CJ.; 3 yarda 9d. OHN 8 A X T IMPORTER OP WINES AND SPIBITS AGENT FOR THE PHCENIX BEEWERY COMPANY'S CELEBBATED DUBLIN STODT. AND STOBKB GLEBE-STREET, STOKE. WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. CHARLES BARCBOFT, 11, PARLIAMENT-EOW, HANLEY. WORK BOXES, WRITING DESKS, WRITING CASES, 2d. 3d. to 40s. LADIES' nnd OES'ITLEMENS1 BAGS, 2s. Cd. to OSs. CASKS, CIGAIl CA8E3, 2a. 3d. tolSn. OPERA GLASSES, 7a. Cd. to SMELLING BOTTLES, 3a. Cd. to 19s. INKSTANDS, 2a. 2d. to 3fla PUR3ES, la. to IBs. LADLES' COMPANIONS, la. WORK BASKETS, 2s. to 12s. Cd. DRESSING CASES, ISt. toSOa. PORTRAIT ALBUMS, 2d. 3d. to 25s. AMES GOLD, SILVER, PLATED, and BLACK JEWELLERY. A Large Stock of WOOD imd WICKEE PERAMBULATORS. M L L (lite T H IS O. TAILOR, HABIT, AND BREECUES MAKER, HIGH-STREET, HANLEY. Tho following aro nlwriyn in Lincoln, Beanotk aad Co Ctolobrfttod SILTC HATS. Tn-aa and Co.'n Oolobratod AMERICAN SILK HATS Gaimcs and Co.'n Celebrated EXTRA LIGHT GREASE PROOF SILK HATS, weight from 3] to 4oz. Sangatir's UM.BRELLAS, Dent's KID GLOVES, Ford'a EUEEKA SHIRTS, Welth Marcetaon'a SCAEYES. Also, a larso ScloclioD of GENTLEMEN'S FlBST-CLASfl UNDBR-CLOTHISa. CKOYDON'8 PREPAllBL) MDSTAIiD. IB rcaily mixed for tho table, dooa not dry or formcnt in the Cniot, and will keep frceh and goad, however long in use, pronded tho cork is ropbiccd in tho bottle. PRICE FEE BOTTI.B. No ingredient injariona to health in uncd in making thJn preparation. PuErAitED BT E. H. CROYDON (LATH DISI-ENSIKQ AND FAMILY CHEMIST, (Bight yours at tha North Staffordshiro I RON MARKET, NEWCASTLU-UNDER-LYME. Acont for KINUOND and Go's, celebrated APNEUMATIC MINERAL WATERS in Syphon Bottles. AOKNT ion HANI.KY ..................................J. D FUHN1VAL (late MARKET-SQUARE. N D J. M U N R WINE AND SPIRIT MARKET-SQU ARE, 0 AND MERCHANTS, HANLEY. RETAIL' MARKET-STREET AND NEW-STREET, HANLEY j CHANCERY-LANE, LONOTON. gal. a d. Honnc.isy or N artel' a finost Cognac 28 0 Good Cognac 21 0. Ditto U.JJ 13 0 qrt. bot. a. d. H. d. ..7 0 4 8 S 4 3 C 4 0 ..3 0 P R pnt. a. d. .3 B .2 7i. 3 Old, 45s. per dcz bottled in bond Irian, Fine Old 18 0 Ditto, Good 13 4 1, tun1 tti mfonn 7011 that our Xcw liill and 15, 1RONMAKKET, J.', ivri- nuiv 'llio favour ol a visit nd SON M V. i wi 1 K-. l> i I -..i, K i .11 u 1 1 L' i MH I 1 V I r O A L COAL' If 1117. MAM'r U'TLT.KRS OF HANLEY AND j S'UlN'iF DIsTKICT. I'hVNT. Ji.t.. I'UCICNAUi caiA I 1 V K. 11 i.nw in n p.inluni to uipplyitood [j-V! I i fv i U in-1 l-i r-ior- SLACK, ttlio Cofda.and Sliwk in. i n} u-i- on nppliaUion. o o l.MIOi: AND DRAPER, I 0 H S T R E E T H.VNI F.Y t 1! (n TO UN UK r OP IT OK Y 'I I Ii'llUKLP btKKKT, 11AXLBY, tho rvceptioa of CiirnnRW. i. I i :1 r roh Ac of m-lriilo. lloii'chcild Vuruilliro, i4c iinrlbivf; for sain. (iivn! Hemol, w.lh Ti-loivi WirMboiwmp for Furnituiv. Auction Jo, Hinlry. 1 OHN WK1GI1T VALUER, E.-JTATE, aud TRAXSKHB AGENT, v1.- r. i ill m.il' U i- Nor-h OIK.U--IOS, lUsi.ir V' {or _ l (-1 I-X.-S N i) r i- llr v F A E, R E Y FALSTAJT INN, No 6, PICCADILLY HANLEY. EDWIN HIGGINBOTHAM Tnte BooU at tho Sara- cen'e Hend, Haulcy) rcapoctf ijrormri his friends and the public that ho haa taken tho Inn and hopes by strict ationtion and keeping a article to merit and eocaro the Bnpport of the public. Tho choicobt TOBACCO and CIGARS ot tho best brands always m itock. K, H. attends Dinners, Balls, as Day Wntcr. N.B.-Dealer in FOREIGM and BRITISH WINES. WATER' WATER I WATER 1 TANKS, CISTERNS, RESERVOIRS, 4c THE ADAMANTINE STONE COMPANY, A S T B U R Y, I NEAR CONGLE TON. Contractors for erecting Impcnahablo Tanks, 4c., for I tho of water in case of fire, or a anpply for do- mestic and trade pnrpoees, smtabfc for every purpose that a cistern citn bo uacd for, cither in the gronad or on tko top of mansions, factories, and farm Ac answering for a roof, and cheaper than iron also keeping cattle ahcds cool in inmnicr, and will stand frost, however exposed. The follomnf; have been erected in the Pottenw, Ac. Tank on top of Goods Warehouse at Stoke, for North PIANOFORTES 1 Superb fnll-uied COTTAGE THI- CHOHD, m bejt Italian butt-j'ointed walnnt ouc, seven ocLares Ditto ditto.............. 1 Ditto ditto...............38 Gunoai. Ditto ditto.............ir. n------. Ditto ditto S3 Gnineu. And a great many others at pricci. All warrauUd. HARMONIUMS: Splendid HARMONIUM, in vralnnt clovi-u atojn, by Alexandra, only 2G Guuieu. Universal Chnrch Model HARMONIUM, in oak, four Bttu, by Alexandra, 2U A large lot of by Alexandra, in wolnnt and rosewood, Ibrre and BUVQE etops, 15 and 17 OnioMf each. I'VSJCAL BOXES: Small MU6ICA4. IjJXES, ono tone, la. Ud. Law MUSICAL BCOCS, four tunon ta, eiKht, tan twelve, at tbeaamo ouprcccJuuted low pricoi fora time por cent, for MB. CHANT KEY'S, 'IANOFORTE AND UAHMOXIUM WAREHOUSE, 8, ToNTiNE-BguAUE, HA.NLKT. DUKE WILLIAM INN, MAEKET-SQCTAlil, 3UHSLEM, uniiouncus that bo 3ASS'S BITrBll BEER, ALK, and PORTER, at Jrewera' Pnosa. Curniigo Frou to all Parta ol the Best Oil SPIRITS from the Bottle, Fmo Old PORT and SHKR11Y WINES ham St. tha Bottle T> E T E II F A E, R L the WAGGON and HORSES, TONTINE-STREET, HANLEY, ______.._.___....._______________ ._. to accommodate Easiness nnd Pleasure Parties j Staffordshire Railway Company, depth of water Kft ni.... unusir .nj PAWT watertight. Swimming Tanks for the Corpora, lion I nblic Baths, Hanloy. Water Tank anawenng for roof orer kcnnela, for Edwin Brongh, Esq., Leek. with .1 first cliua HOK3E and neat DOG CART. p'of terms, apply as above. L 1' H NANCARUOW, LEATHEU FACTOB, WlIOLKSALE AND RSTAIL, 16, PICCADILLY, LEY. Dubbin Mumiu'actnrcr, and Retail. Sample 2id J. T ENTS and MARQUEES for HTRE, from CHARLES BARRATT, MARQUEE, aid WATERPROOF OIL CLOTH MANUFACTURER, 10, OLIFFE BANK, STOKt-OH-TiiEKT. HENRY CROSS'S PICTURE FRA5IING and FINE ART REPOSI. TOEY. NEWCASTLE-STREET, BURSLEM. PmlQiTd Framed in style at moderate prices. Looking gUuiscs and pictoro framea rc-ffiJt, aad oil paintings, Jti rArcfally cleared aad restored. The choicest nclection of pictnna m the district. N and Bookbindici; promytiy titcnted. TO ORGAN STUDENTS. PRACTICE may now bo Lad upon VT t nnt-claM Icrma, apply to F. 40, B B li I. T O II COPPEK. Tmdraaian and others requiring COPPER COIN, kav. it U JOHN WALKEK, GLASGOtV, of Biscuits to Her Msjraty, Calls attention to tho different DIGESTIVE BISCUITS and entiri) WHEATEN RUSKS, 4c., mann- factored by him. They nro highly recommended by the Lancet tnd Times and Gazette, by Dr. Arthur Hill Hftiial and Dr. H. C. Bartktl, tho Analyticjvj Cbcmi-ts, and other distinguished rntmben o 'he Medical Profusion, as being all pnro, very palatable and rich in niiraffcnoas ele- ments, and arc admirably adapted as food for infants children, invalids, and peraqcs of weak digntion, Ac. 'iVALKCil'E ROTAL AMD GBOAT BISCTIT8 used by tbfc Queen and Royal Fiunily. These Biscuits can be obtained from tho AGEHT TOR HAKLIT: Mr. THOMAS WALKEE, BOBOCOH 73, STAFFORD-STREET. B O L S PRIZE MEDAL HATS May now had at WHOLESALE PKICES, AT THE DEPOT 45. PICCADILLY, H A N L E Y W SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, 33, STAFFORD-STREET, HANLETi M. 8-CRAGG hiring opened tbe above preinisss, timitei thai hai on haad a fint-clcu SUmk of MA- CHINES, manufactured by Bradbury and Co., Oldbun, suitable for faniiliiM or Ttt superiority of machinea enabled the makaru to oanr vS Thirteen first-clam pritea ia 1873, in eorapotitua wiit til other maauf aclurern >t homo luid abroaH. II. S. baring hut nrarly tnenty joara' prscbiiJ en. with the ibovt comuaoy, FolictU an itujjwfliiou by lAtcading also tLodariaked Uia repurinf iiod adjusting ol Mucbjuu of cvvry luud at cent for n FEW WEEKS ONLY, at 11 REDUCTION of 30 per N.B Tho SIIOP will bo closed us uaunJ from Aujtut Jrd to 17th, when Bmineas will bo ronumod witi K intirelj New Steck. W E N T L E Y (lato of 1-RACTICAL BOOT AND bHOE MAKEU. refully fitted to tho fcot. X.B. Try BENTLEY'S PARAGON WAI8T 300T3, warrnuted to cure any kind of corns, anii reduce proving n rval boon to all troubled with tender feat. Address No. 167, IAKLEY. K'i, ETUCRLA-IJOAD, WATERLOO PRINTING OFFICE." JABE2 RIGBY PRINl'ER, STATIONEK, NEWSAGENT. ACCOUNT-BOOK MANUFACTURER, Ac., promptly attended to. RICHARD HEAP, CARVER and LOOKING GLASS, WINDOW, CORNICE, and FICTURK FRAME MANUFACTURER, Old Frames rcgilt. Tha Trade supplied on rcasobubU ExcriANQK-CuiLDinaa, WYCHERLEY'S LONDON DINING ROOMS, No 1, PICCADILLY, Near tho Town Hall, Hanloy. HOT DINNJOIih daily, from 12 to 3 o'clock. CHOI'S, STEAKS, TKA, COFFEE, 4c., on the fihortcpt notice. ME. G. N. NEWMAN, MUSIC. (Orgniiial of St. Lukc'a, Hanlnf.) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Organ, and liar- moninm. 13, ST. LUKK.STREET, 1LA.NLEY. PIPES, WAD CLAY, MARL, ViliK BRICKS, Ac. JOLLEY and NODKN, ITJL tnren ol OIuVZED SA'JITARi SOCKET PIPKS, FLUE BllK.'KS. KILN MAEL, WAD CLAY, ic T WOIIKB GREEN, COBRIDGE, W. G. TOOMES, WHOLESALE TOY DBALER, GERMAN FAIR, 22, HANLEY LAWN MOWEKS of ihc best, mjicra kept IM utoek bv JOSEPH BAILDON and CO IBOH- HONOERS, UWCAbTLE P S. Oil lunchinoB rupuirod and as new on the premises C i li L T. fa U A X. L 0 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHINA DEALER, 7ti, PICCADILLY, HANLEY, RTAFl'ORDSHIEK. N.B. Camel hair npncila in prcflfr vnrioty. JOHN SILKY, No. I, MILL THF! KAH.V7AY Fnnutuie licidovcd to any nr-rt hy Hood or Rail, op k autice. All Ordern will hnvo Prompt Auction. N'.B Packers and Ready Drjvoni krct. U B L I C P VISITORS ANNOUNCEMENT. EFLENDID to the FOTTEBIES mn raquaiUdnct the HISTOBr J U O OT NATUKAI, SPECIMENS THB INN NOBTE STATrORDSHTUB MU9BVH, BKOAD STREET, 8BXLTOK. JOHN avow. SHAMPOOING SALOON. TGOOD1 VIN, in returning bis thncks to the Pabhc (jr their patronage, khiw oppsrtnoily of informing tit em that be still continues to all kinds of (iHKAMENTAL HAIKWOKK, tnd All those nto'd have R nice of hiur, To Goodwin's ahop they jhonld repr.ir, Where tb.'y cnn be cat, sbATal, rmJ nh Let this done, and yon ore unproved. A Ooic. election of WALKIKG-STICK'-, JJEBfi. 3CHAUM uid BRIER PIPES. TOBACCO and CIGARS at Al quality. Note tb. Addrexs 3.7, 3T AFFOBD-STBBZT, LtKGIOK OBK COMMERCIAL HOTHL AND POSTING ESTABLISHMENT XBWCA8TLE-UN.DEE.L5ME. BB-OPENED UKDEE XEW MANAGEMENT SUHat, Comch.bovci.i 4a OrdiMir evtrj Mooday at <____ THOMAS WOOLV,   

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