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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               I the WEDNESDAY. SEPTEilBEK 1, 1875. PfiIGH ONE HALFPENNY. r i T i- 1 A A T i c CLUB, Il MIXT'i.n TAYI.OH, K.-'i "r'SM'-Al. .Wfcr.'HW tkn HUH rVUiUI'l-1 rsuii. m i! p m I' MC- 1 i: v- i u- HiiiuiT -itur, 1 Arr.i --wki., as i. i JL. uf ifla fru J. W. THOMAS. 1'IASOFuliTE TAUOH'l I. r A l.JLlit LMIj A.: i i i! r H -'i KUI: ACK, Jl'l -K C L 11 e ki- Jli( v, M Y A T T L' .-i I C ll.lrt 110 K >J V -n, M UlKS-rr-M KKKI, i'l.i Olr.SKIi AN A1. fur I'. VMU'ii-'li HAtlMi S', fc, rr tl. n. ik-ri in: Hill i'ir I I- 1 f II. 1 K. .V .'il.'.'. -.1 1 li'Jl 1 .-JJJ' I III'. n -IKrH', lu (JlluA.V llLl'h.N ly. HI. I ii V' 'I H J: 1'" IU.'I-UU.IL'. lor I-rni i, K II 'i I' I' A AI M il I. r. H I 1 ll.kl ClI" I ii A i. K il n r. T o M. II ALL, Jl'K.V I Vl.ll'i KVKMM' u[ ,I Mr TKUUAH U'louiw. "will, u KIUMT-CLA93 i. Tr Hiuyi- Ijuxi i, fonlru U fc-iill. 'J.I i I'i.urA 'UK m.M 1ST, UANLKY. HOMU MKUK'IV i of tho oun'.y n. f'" ii. uri 1 in K'I m-l.M. IHJ.MU 'il'.VlllH MHMCINr. in "THAiK-.ll.  m II..- I'l.'.lm. i. I1 Hi I'lti'inivn anil Iwnt Bolcctwl jtork IB HIM 'II .tint tli Lion" 'Ion cols brat.-l mi.l 1-1 '111. J m I'limi'ii unil otliiTi iilT'-K i'l US', c in liuvii it in uxchiuigu on up. in lliii Hiuiliy IIUHN HILLY. No. I, Sl'UhKT, tl NIMI nir RMS.WAV SLAT HIM. KAXLRY. Kurniiiirii IJi.iiiiiviil to nny vlirt uj lioa.lur Kail, on tin All I'nlvia lnvi> I'rouii.l AlUmt.on. fl IVu-ki'M Sfiwly Drivnn kopt. KH H Mil) unil (illiUKH, HioKIVi, WINIKJU', UiKNlC'r.1, I'li'l'L'ltr l-'UVMl'; MASUI-'Al I'm n'-t I rmlo on ri'UflounbJo h.-. III-...} H.DIMI I, lJKOM'-Sl KCKT, llANI.ET. i; i. II A K 1, O WIIUI, K A.N'D liKTAIL D I'. U.KK, 7 l! 1 C A D 1 I. L Y H A X I. r V, S T K V O B 0 H H I R E. NH. I'liinO nr ni'iK in xrwit vnrieily. M K s S 11 O F 1 K L D .4 ii.' (iio.vMaL OUIKITTFR, 11, 1'Aia.l.lMKNI-ltOW, IUNI.KT, Mill; IN. TIKH, S.'AliFH. C'OI.LAKH, Ac. t MII.TON. I'OKK AND (IF.NKRU. ill'TCHKlI, I.1 IIIC.1I M'KKKl1, II VNI.KY. I ri'.I MiiUnuiliilj iliinnn Ihfhul wnlhi-r I'm lr with I'li'H, Uncoil, I Ijir I iiNri; t'-l.l> ALWAYS C H TO COKTKACTOES. FEKSON'S of TESDKEIXG for tin, EUIXTI'JS cf a CATfLK SHED, at Stoae la Station C'a-U have iilnnj aod particulars on ajtilicatloa to OKiryrruu, Aac'.iuoter, Stone. ri 1- and lUkyUEfcS fur lilUK, from CHARLES BAKKATT, TK.VT, HAKCiUKK, and VV'ATBKPKOOF OIL CLm'H MANUr'ACTUliKK, 10, tj L I F K HANK, rri i' o i 'MINIUM, WAVKR 0 CM s nihl 1JI M.liV rut lo lx> i frvm l  A S y. A G E. torrvi' Wiriji of thn Finest Qnality j H o n K i s o 3J V 17, ruVAUlU.Y, 1IANLKY, AMI KFFI.K-STRKKT, DKAI.r'K in (U! of MAt'lilNKS. for SKWING KMTTING, ft0. K. U. offers at 17, PICvXKDILLY, HAXI.ET. CHOICK ASSOKTMKNT OK LADIK3' AJKD CHILDREN'S OUTFUTINO, Ac, I TRUNKS, BONNET BOXES, BATHS, FILTERS, LAWN MOWERS, cniCKKTTING TACKLE, CKOtJUKT. An IMMENSl.J STOCK of thy abovo at lUDKIiSOK uuii STEWART BEOS., OEN'h'UAL FURNISHING IRONMONGEES, HANLEY. MACHINES. WRINGIKG MACHINES. MANGLING MACHINES. WHOLESALE AND EKTAIL DEFOT, IDUERSON AND STEWAET BEOS., s, HANLEY. I RON' UEDSTEADS, BRASS BEDSTEADS. AND BEDDING. IIIDERSON AND STEWABT BEOS., HANLEY. AND ENAMELLED CHIMNEY PIECES. SLATE KITCIIr'NBVNQES, bTOVE G HATES, FENDERS AND FIEE IEONS. AXD STEWAET BROS., If.osMONaxni, HANLEY. from tho J '1KAS IMPORTED, at J. LOWE'S TEA WAREHOUSE, S, FiccAmu.T. (Corner of HANLEY. ESTABLISHED 1356. K S SOX'S CONGOU, -Li From 'is. to CJ. o pound, JOHN LOWE'S TEA WAREHOUSE, No. 8, PICCADILLY, (Corner of ___________H jl D BEAD THIS. 1 E SUKE AND THE CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 107, Hion-sTBEi-r, W. II. HOLMES U now soiling a splendid lot of Boots at tho lowest poiuiblo price. Men's Strong Cd. Women'a Elastic (Waterprool) 3i lid. One trial will girt satisfaction. WEDDING AND BIBTHDAY PKX8BNTB. HAELBS 1 RL I A M BHT-BO W, HAULEY WOEK WEITJNO DK3KS, WBITIUG CASES, 3t 3d. to c LADIES' tad BAGS, 2s. Gd.-to CARD CASE3, CIGAR CASErf, i> QPJBRA GLASSES, 7s, fld. to SMELLING BOTTLES, 3s. INK3TAND3, 3d. to 30.. PURSES, li. to ISa. LADIB3- COMPANIONS, 3d. to SOt. WORK BABKBTa, 2t to 6d. DRESSING CASES, to Mt. PORTRAIT ALBUMS. Sa. 3d. to USi. GOLD, SILVEH, and BIACK JEWELLERY. A Large Stock of WICKER PEBAJCBULATOES. J. M P N E WINK AND 8 P 1 -E I T MABKET-SQU A3E, O AMD H E B 0 H A If T 3 HANLET. BETAILi MABKET-STBEET AND NEW-STREET, EANLEY; CHANCEBY-LANE. rLONGTON P S. Ditto B.B gal. qrt. bot. pnt. B. d. d. s. d. i. d. id. 3. J 9 ...11 8 I 0 X L I S S P IE IT S. gill. nog. Henneasy or Martel's finest Cognao 28 O.V.7 T..1 Good Cognac......21 9...S 4 18 o'.'..l ..'.I 7 doz., bottled iii bond Irish, Finn Old Ditto, Good 9 0.. 2 3 ...1 lj... 7 13 4 ..3 4...'J 3...1 8 ...0 10 S Hennessy or Mortel's Brandy, 5s, and 5t. 6d. gaL qrt bot. put. l. d. i. d. a. d. l. d. Scotch, finert High. land ......21 6...S 4...S 6...2 Scotch, Islay 18 0...4 8...3 0., 2 Ditto. Campbelton.. 16 0...4 0...2 S...2 t BUB. 18 0...4 G...3 0 ..2 2 15 0...3 (I...1 11 gill, i i. d. Jamaica, best Ditto, good GIN. London, best Ditto, common Spirits of Wine, 28s. per galL 3s. each. 7i...l 3 ...1 ...1 ...1 ..1 13 4.3 4...23...1 10 0...2 0 ..3 0...1 ...0 10 ...0 B t 7 7 G S 4 Hollands Gia, in original bottles, A M IS S MILLEB, Junior, (late T H E 0. ___! AND BREECHES MAKEB. HIGH-STEEET, HANLET. The following are always in STOCK Lincoln, Bennett and Co.'3 Celebrated SILK HATS. TrosB und C'o.'s Culobrated AMERICAN SILK HATS. GOJJDEB and Co.'s Celebrated EXTRA LIGHT GfiEAaB PROOF SILK HATS, weight from 3j to 4oi. Sangstir's UMBRELLAS, Dent's KID GLOVES, Ford's EUREKA SHIETH, Welch. Margetson's SCAEYES. Also, a large Selection of GENTLEMEN'S FIE3T-CLAS3 UNDEE-CLOTHING. CK O Y D O N S PBEPABBD MUSTAHD. la ready mixed for tho tublo, does not dry or ferment in the Croat, and will keep fresh dud f however long in nso, pronded tho cork is replaced in the bottle. PRICK IB. riB DOTTLI. No ingredient injurious to health is used in making thia preparation. PusrAJiiB BI E. H. CEOYDON (LATE DISPINBIKO AMD FAKILT CHimar, (Elffbt ycara Dispeniier at tho North Staffordshire IEONM ABKET, NEWCA3TI.E-UNDEB-LYME. Agont for KiNiiOND and CO'B. colebratod APNEUMATIC MINERAL WATEBS in Syphon Bottles. AOIMT you HWSLKY ................................................J. D. FUBN1VAL (late MABKET-SQUAEE. AOEMT FOit TUNBTALL ...............................................G. H. PIGOTT, CHEMIST, MAEKET PLACE. AND THE CHEAP TONTINE CLOTH IEES, TEEET, H A y L E Y, Bog to announce that, althonnh it in summor they havo been induced by special advantages to purchase tho greater part of their WINTER STOCK, to which they in rite the early inspection of their Caatomors. MEN'S WITNrY OVERCOATS from........................12s. BOYS' WITNEY OVERCOATS from ........................It. Cd. MKN'S REEFER JACKETS from ........................9s. Od. BOYS' BE EFER JACKETS from...........................4s.lOd. A largo Stock of MEN'S and BOYS' FLANNEL and PILOT JACKETS. An immoaso variety of WOOL SHIETS.LJ___ Splendid thing: IB MUFFLERS and SCARVES. Handsome WOOLLEN HANDKKROHIEFS and SHAWLS. BLANKETS, QUILTS, SHEETS, BED, TICKS, Ao., Ao. Their WINTER STOCK will be CHEAPER by being bought n early in the BOOTH AND BON, 61, P E NKHUL L-9T BEE T, NEWCABTlLB, DEALEES IN FOEEIGN AND BBITI8H OIGABS, GUINNESS, SON, AND Go's. DUBLIN POBTEE AND STOUT, Is CASK AND BOTTLE. AGENTS FOE CHESTEE AND Co's MILD AND PALE ALES. H B N PIDDUCK and JETTELLEE8 and WATCH MANUFACTUEEBe, UABKIT SQOABJ, HAMUT, And 24, ST. ANN'S Sqiu.ni, MANCHIUTIB. N B Soporior GOLD and SILVEB WATCHES. All warranted for two yens. Fino GOLD ALBERT and GUABD CHAINS. Liberal Discounts off Presentations. Fine GOLD JEWELLERY, and a large Stock of Electro-Plate and Jot. WEDDING EIWGS in a nrivtte room. ClosoJ at One o'clock on Thursdays. H E CHE J A P A N B S AP, DURABLE, NEVEE EEQUIBE and E L E G WASHING. T A I ANT G. WHITTIN-3HAM SON, CABINET MAKEBS AND UPHOLSTEBEBS, 5 and 7, ALBION-STEEET, HANLET. SOLI AQBHTB. Pr.ioi yards long, Ge. 3d.; 3 yards long, 7s. Od.; 3 yards long, 8a. 9d. CJTAFFOBDSHIRE POTTERIES BOOT and O SHOE COMPANY, Established to supply this important district with the best goods at the lowest possible prices. A BEAirCH of the above ia new OPEN at No. 12, HOPE-STEEET, HANLEY, whcro the Pnblio may raauro a perfect fit of guaranteed workmanship as low in price as inferior goods falsely called cheap. Satisfy yonrsolrea by making ono purchase, which sure to conriace of pnco and quality. BESPOKE ORDERS and REPAIRS will rcoeire prompt attention, a tow hours' notice only required. All Goods marked in plain figures at Cash Prices. COMMERCIAL HOTEL AND POSTING ESTABLISHMENT, rIEWC ASTLE-UNDEB-LYME. EE-OPENED UNDEE NEW MANAGEMENT Good Stabling, Coach-hoises, and every accommodation Ordinary ever; Monday at Ono o'clock. Billiards. THOMAS WOOLF, Proprietor. PETEE PABBEY of the WAGGON and HOESES, TONTINE-STBEET, HANLEY, prepared to accommodate Business and Pleasure Parties with n trst-class HOESE and neat DOG CART. For terms, apply as above. PBITCHABD, BUILDEE and CONTEACTOE, 24 SUN-STREET, HANLEY. REPAIRED AND MATEBIALS ON THE BEST TEBATS. N O T I C E OF KEMOVAL SAMUEL HILL, ________ CLOTHIEE, HOSIEE, and GENEBAt OUTFITTEE, IBOK HANLIT, and 121, TO H TONTUTE-STEEJET, HANLEY. Laige Stock of BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS from lid. to 25t. GTAYLOS (late of WATCH and CLOCK MANUFACTURES, JEWELLEE, Ac. Wktcbn made ox the prousea. in all CnUerT, Ac, UM Addrw 135, HIGH-STBEET, FENTOIT. BOBOUGH TEA, WINE, and PBOVISION STOEES, 44, and 45, IBOKMAJIKIT, NIWCASTLI. Smins bonght some large and Tory choice Doirios of STILTON CHEESE, we beg to offer to our friends and the public of this district, the finest quality that can be had, at wholesale prices, and hope to be faroured with an inspection. W. HOWSON and SON. ABRAHAM'S Celebrated TOBACCOS from 3s. per Ib. Half-peiny 2s. 6d. agrees. Penny Clays, It. a gross. Potemer's far-famed Colouring Clays, I2t. a gross. A B E A H A H, Vf H O L E S A L E TOBACCONIST 105, HANLEY. WATERLOO PBIflTING BUB-SLEM. OFFICE, JABEZ BIQBY, PEINTER, STATIONER, NEWSAGENT, ACCOUNT-BOOK MANUFACTUBEE, promptly attended to._________________ A T JL.. NANCABROW, LIATHM FAOTOB, WHOLISALI AND EITAIL, 46, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. Dobbin Manufacturer, Wholesale aad BetaO. ________________Sample 2jd.________________ TO PAE1TES FCJBNISHING AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. T HEATH and SON, 17, BKOAD-mirr and ALBION-UTBUT, HAJTLBT, baring a ImrwiP) STOCK of FTTBNTrUKE, OSON BEDSTEADS, Ac., on hand, are offering the nme at very low price) for. cub. No reasonable offer refused. VENETIAN BLINDS made to order, from Vfri pet foct. Patent Linoleum Floor and Stair Cloth. An early call ii solicited. JOHN GALLrMOBE-S STKAM SAW MILLS, MOULDme AND GENERAL JOINEBT WOBKB, NKWCASTLE-UNDEB-LTME. q-uatttwtt WiiiamiTDeon, aad TraBMa of krada, Hbmldaft, AnUtamm, im (todcaipv boetniea-i. SAWBTG DONErOB TIHE INN, No 0, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. EDWIN HIGGINBOTHAM 'Into Boota at the Sara- uen'e Head, Hanloy} respoctfJly intorms bis friends and IB public that ho has taken the above Inn and by attention und keeping a brst-cUins article to merit and eeenro the support ot tho pnblic. Tho choicest OBACCO and CIGARS of tho bent brands alwaya in ook. E. H. attends Dinners, BaUs, Ac., as Day Waiter. N.B.- Dealer in FOREIGN aud BRITISH WINES. JOHN BTB1NGKB, OBQAN KTEUEIA-EOAD (Opporita the New Eulwav HANLKY. '____ Ddicna SabnitM and Ettimaiai Qiree for CHUBCB, CHAPEL, and CHAMDEB OBGANS. Beaidecoe: 15, GLADC-KINI-STRKICT, HAUTLIT. 1 A T I N G T H E TOWN SELLING OFF I SELLING OFF! I The ENTIRE STOCK of GENERAL DUAPEET, SILK UEBCEEY, HOSIERY, HABKRDASHBET, MILLINERY, SHAWLS. JACKETS, and SK1BTS at IMMENSE REDUCTIONS, at THOMAS CLIFFOED'S. LONDON HOUSE, TONTLNE-SQUABE, H A K L E Y. T> D B L 1 C ANNOUNCEMENT. VISITOBS to tiu POTTERIES an nx-nwUd Doll SPLENDID COLLECTION OF NATUBAL mSTOtr SPEOIMJ3NS AT THU J D O INN AND NOETfl STAFFORDSHIRE MUSEUM, BB04D STREET, 81IELTON. _____________ jnm? SNOW. HENEY CROSS'S P1CTURK FRAMING ESTABLISHMENT on.l FINE ART REPOSI- TOBT, NEWOASTLE-STBEBT, BUBSLEK. Piotnres Framed in evury at uiodoralo unoet. Loaking glaasos and pigtnre fi-umos ro-gilt, and ail paintings, 4o., carefully cleaueJ nnd ruatored. The choicest selection of pictures iu thoilistriot. and Bookbinding promptly executed. STAFFOED HOUSE I ECONOMT, COMl'OIlT, AND ClJKjll'HlIBS RICHAED PKR11Y, Ladies' and Qentlomoa'i Fashionable BOOT nml Establishment, 81, NEWCASTLE-8T., BU1WLBM. lespoke Orders Repairs Neatly Promptly Exooated. JOHN WRIGHT, AUCTIONKKKand VALUEE, HOUSE, ESTATE, and TRANSFER AGENT, i, CHEAPSIDB, HANLIY. AGENT for the London Guarantee and Accident, xradin and Lancashire Fire, SCOTTISH PLATE iLASSy and London anil Provincial Carriage Companies. INVENTORIES carefully taken and valuations f erory description of PROPERTY for ADMINISTBA- "ION, PROBATE, and TRANSFER. JOHN WEIGHT'S REPOSITOEY LICHFIELD-STREKT, HANLEY, 8 always open for the recaption of Hones, nd other vehicles, Harness, Machinery, all lauds o( tocks-in-Trade, Houaoholil Furniture, Cosh advanced upon anything for Good Stabling for Tvvunly iloi-aos, loose box, coach- oases, ExteiiBivc will-chousing for Fuvnitnre. Auction Offices, 211, Ohenpsido, Hioley. tTEW SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, 8TAFFOBD-STREET, HANLBYl M. SOEAGG having opened tho abovo premises, in. mates that he bos on hiinj n, first-clous Stock of MA. HINES, monnf octurod by Bradbury and Co., Limited, Idham, suitablo for fainiGos or mannfiKlurers, uperiority of thoao machinos cnablod the makers to tarry I Thirteen first-claea prizes in 1873, in eompelition with 1 other manufacturers at homo nnd abroad. M. S. having bod nearly twenty years' practical jerience with tho above company, solicits an inspection by niending purchasers. He also undertakes the repairing aid adjusting of Machines of every kind at reasonable inrges. 8, a BUCKLEY, HAELEY STREET, HANLBY AQINT ran MCDOUOALL BjtOS. ,ClTI COEN MILLS, MANOUEBTEH; ALSO AND Co., VlNKOAB WoUKfl, __________MARKET, LOMPOB.______________ K OHTICULTUBAL EXHIBITIONS. C. E. C L A E K: ENT MANUFACTURER, WAGGON, CABT and BIOK CLOTHS, WINTON.TEBBACE, STOKE. TENTS on Hire. Estimate tfieo, oa application, for 1 kinds of Tents, Marqnccs, temporary fcncine, grand inds, pay boxes, tabling, bar, ic. Also, all kinds of emporary Shedding, rcijuircd at Agricultural bows. ntr G. SIMPSON, 15, BuoAD-BTuurr, HAWLBT, GEOCEE AND PUOVLSION DEALEE. Families and trade with GENUINE HOME MADE BBEAD. OSBtH DALTON TAILOK AND DEAPEB, 64, HIGH-3TEEET HANIEY. EVANS AND FOULKEB, CHINA AND EARTHENWAEE DFIC'OEATORS, )EALEBS IN MAJOLICA, STONEWARE, AND GENEEAL COMMISSION AGENTS. HOPE-STEEET, HANLEY, STAFFOBDSHIBE. PIPES, WAD CLAY, MARL, FIEE BRICKS, Ac. kyfESSES. JOLLEY nnd NODEN, Mnnufae- TJ. tnren of GLAZED SOCKET PIPES, CHIMNEY POT3, FIEE BEICK8, KHJf UAEEIES, SAG GAB MABL, WAD CLAY, Ac. WOMS: -SNEYD GBEEN, COBBIDGE, STOKE-ON-TBENT. 0 T S TOYS! T O r 8 I 1 W. G. TOOJIES, WHOLESALE TOY DKALEE, GE3MAN FAIR, 22, INE INN BUKSLBM, and ALLSOPFS MILD, PALE, and ST1 ALE STORES. GUINNESS'S GENUINE DUBLIN STOUT ON DRAUGHT. WOT-TO roe. QUALITT, LEWI3 WH3TTAKEB, ProprietOT. COAL! CO A L 1 0 0 A L I TO THE 1HANUTACTUBEBS OP HANLEY AND SUBEOUXDING DI8TEICT. GEOBGB PLANT, Jun., BUCKNALL uA LEEK, a turn in a to tnppiyfood COALS Had SLACK, ilao CwU'tad taU. tor Xa-n-factarinf (whki an aodente) OB applic-ttion.   

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