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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               V FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 15, 1875. PHIOE ONE HALFPENNY. i i in ivni'iu) i u I HMoli-l J u A v i r I. I'Vm.V, i- r N n o'fr, L, i'-, tr 'I i n tfj rwu. i i- for tr. i IC.IS'-I'.B  .t'i nil. ''ML to l r u i Ik liy onli r 1. .1 i -i M I I.I, Secretary. K i. i. i: r r A MAN L K v. J O. I n fiin'jil I'M ihi'jn'ililu ivh'i. Mill l.o p "I I" I 'Vmi.ily WAU TO THi; TIMJl'I'l- I AI'V i" number, in -v i I' I.M I.I.M-' LI- I' Concliulnifc' mtli A TU TICI'.VTIfAH. r-, .1 ...-li.iMdJ i s i i, i: i) i: vs. n L i; v. .s'i A i i- n it i> i in r. K. Mi. I iu ni it l.i I CAJO'I I K lin I h J'r r i !-.r i i to ho FOIt (in Al'i J. i iiuj i. IT, 1 iruui liru IIUJM lljiiirl Ci'.nl in. llnii'li iijui-il frftin I'i to 'Jl ri-io, t'i y ir.l I i1 l-i.' .1 iiul 'Mm Kim to hcln below i Hi tv u Ml Li i LI I Ink i vrui.j '.i. ulUiiui'il Loth burir juriK i mi l-'ivn i cm Ii. il ti [i IK Ii I mi triip-t uro no thnl -Jimiti i Ivniifl i nut v.hi-rd the bird u-iu from. u .No IK ri'ijliuiri' .vill in1 litirvt Vi i1 fnvv lira .M. urn! 1, X- IDi. 'lluril 4J] I..1 l-i.iulli 1'iu l.i Alllill1 lull III tl I' lirullllll. Sl'pl'Ill-l! llU'll I iril 'iir.i ti '1 i.i 1 (i in, N't> llllowoil Oil mini i Nu u IdAinI, uuil ucuiiL .ibootunj Htrn 111 iirul.ll. i' I hn uiU nf tin- il .1 "jj K O I1 I, K S MUSIC HALL, J. (I.I I I JI A N L K Y I'rojiHi'lor Mr. TKOMAH Ji'i N I, VI I VI' with n VIKbT-OLASii CDMI'INY of Sl'AR AR'l'IhTKS. HIVNdK OC TAI.KNT. t'rictMdf li'hui -I'm ,'n boli'i, ccntl'o boxni, 1'. M.' ii'M i. s pit -I I 'Jd I'D.-. US., AM) I L NI- I! U, I irAm.f IIDI'l.! to thuril Mi- Publir fur tl i n L'. 'n inn fini la it fiiur ji 111 i, l.i! I n i i.iintiiiiir. i IhiL I lin-. iiilik'il In Kn'Mhli nt u ii- i Hr LI -i- MID] Com lii S Ii -.npiili -I ii uii -.t i> iv lull .bin tiTinl. BCII.H I1-. 'Ii u f TMMM'.KIM} fm liic 1 U Ci i.f MiDinnVil, I'IM'MHK.S lo C 'i .'i Inn, fur .Mr '1'liuril, uuil i i1 i1 tn ut my OBi'-( AMl.fi> 11 Aiiln'cct, Hi n'i'iit Iloii'c, Hunluy, 'Itto'o-vi1 '.u ii T 'I r N 1 r -vnd VALUI U >1 I -Ml1 n I'l.AN.-L I.el AOKXT, 'J I 11 N i L- A.', i 1 ''i t Ion r.uiir-in'r i-.1 A .-i ipnt, i.i 1 l-iri'. Siiti'll-lt Cil v u i .i u.uu'-nl fu t oiupi INM' in! 1-5 fiii.T (flicn mid n m-idc of ri, irr Tt 1ION, mil 1 "l o u N i: i ,i -i rs "lrTTTTTrriJKT tt i.t, rr, I- t r. pf v, H imd., of Hoif i 1 nrniinrc, O-V-ih lid VII I'lVi; Upon nn''i 111' for Hur o loo-o bot coach, Ac. l-'iti'ii-iTO Tva'-fhoiiiiinK tur Fur.ntur Ancijon Ctto ii'-iJo, IT M'i.NKliS1 HAPKTT LAMPS. T. OWEKS inviles t'uo attention of UT.UKEY MAXAGKUd to lia crctllent 1 iiujufu.rt.uci -i in Ukl'II-ff, DAVT and STEPHENSON S A r' K T Y LAMPS, i.nl 'n to leader for and carefully and promptly nil srdere soLruiti-d to bim. H I1, n the origiuul Uakur of tho lilPHOVED K-KJVlf M'. -OLD LAMPS CLEANED REPAIRED THE U T OWENS, I .ST US' PATH NT SAFETY LAMP .'.f A -V U K A CTUK EK, 1.11, SA.'li) l'1-ilt PilliDK, BtHMIMOIIAM, U- HAN'f.KY, to inforni tho inhnbi- f that harm? jnrt contracted for a largo at OILS for the Water faenson, u Dm ti leit PeLroluuin Oil ut U. ptr Quirt, Bcnzo- ufiJ jicr Quurt. rt h'jn nUo jnit ri'cuivt'il a new und elegant assort- cnlrit Hctroli'iim uud other LAMPS, which he 13 helling ut VIT) l'iw IITU-M. _ ____ llbU LKii Whole- Ml.M'. lauil FUAMIXG ESTABLISH. 5T 81 NOTICE OF KKMOVAL. TKOSS Ijcfi to infaria the PuWJc that lie liu i opened tluj Shoj) tolely occnjiitd by .Mi i Sniiihrook, Urod., Nu. M, WATJJRLOO-ROAD, nii'l ii-ip.i'tliilly imliuru of putrouago. I'nnuxg, ie promptly exi'uutcd. (Jil I'mulinici, Okofruphf, Eiiuriivinu.i, PrinU of ovf-i-y di -tcriptiuii Friiuiud m muple, wiililut, and boil Knt'li''" Kolil 'tt Tory reuMonuljltj priccH. 'i'liu of pictureu iu the Jutriot. I lnb.1 nupphcil torr tcruiH. di ulnr iu all kintla of Moaldinga, 11 N L U Y D A N C 1 N Ci ACADEMY MISS UOOTMAN'S, JAS PKB-STREET. CT.VSSra AND F ft rVATE LESSONS. IJ5.1CAL "iMbriiUlIENT THE LAMEST IN 8TAFFORDSHIBE. KUAfjLWOOD filiOS. hiiviug received a, largo con- isnmentul 11U6UJAL LVSi'KUilENTS of all dcscrip- njQri, urn uuw tboni for Halo at couttiderably il'.'OUiJI-.D PKIUliri. IIAK.MUN1UUS by ChrUtopho, Etionno, Ccaariuo, ilcxtkuilro, Truyiur, uiul obhor nuikora. U'lES by uniuout London niakora. I'.uty U'l'um of payuiant arranged. I'lUButoi Lui mill HKraiONiaaiH lot out OB LTii'O. I'ltlVA'lK fKAUTIC'K uiuy bo hud upon o firat-cuYss new TlVu MAxNUAL ORGAN. J'muofiii-tiM, HiiriiiKumiiia, KnifliBii Conccrtiniui, and all kiiirJH ol MiiMial limtruueuty Tuuod and Ropuired with ili'spntcli. AU kiudj o! Uiuicul lustrumout l''ittiBgs kopt m bkick. An iiniiionae Tarioty of SHEET and BOOK MUSIC in LSUjck, uiipplieil at pricca. iNoTK 'ins ADDUESH-KIDSGROYE. EOBGE 13 DCKLEY, HANLET, A 3fi, HARLKY STREET, AOLNE1 FOIL Mf Do DO ALL UIIOH. CITY MrLLB, ALSO .INT Co., VINHOAK Wonxa, MAIIICET, LONDON. CiODWIN'; NoTT, CHEAPSIDE, 1IANLKY, ACCOUNTANCY Oi'l'ICJB, DEBT, COUNTY COURT, AN'D GKNIOiJAL COilMISSION AGENT. Ui'br'i i-olki ted or legally rccovorcu in all partu of TriviiLc madu with creditors, All County Court ILM-i paid. Debts purchased. Prompt settlements. A fiv of b charged with onob. cuao, to be piuil ill adruiico. wound up. TEA, WINE, nnd PSOVISION -5-> STORES, '11, ami 45, IUONMAJUCEJT, NBWCASTLB. IldMnk' bouniit floma Inrpo nnd Tory choico Dairies of SHI TON' I'HhlO.Sfi, wn bog to offer to our trionds MI 1 tlin public of thin district, the finest quality that ciin bid, nt wholesale prices, and hopo to bo favonrod .Mtli uu iutijiocliou, W. HOWSON and SON. H UHM S'l'KlNWEK. ORGAN BUILDER ETRUEIA-BOAD (Opposite tho New Railway Stntionl, IIANLEY. IBM Snhmittcil and Eatimnten for CHURCH, nml UHAMBKB ORGANS. 15, GLADSTONE.HTKEET, 5 US BILKY, No. 1, MILL STREET. NhMi 'iiis IUILWAT STATION, HANLEY. r-.'r.i t i.-u Ri'iuovoJ to f.ny part by KoadorBnil, on the Miijrii1 t nu'jiw. All I'rilmj will have Prompt AttflnLion. Pndtom Steady Drivers kept, O 1 -VI' 1 OUUSIUUE nnd M SUOK COMPANY, I' 't iblrhcil to aupply tins inijKirtjiat district nith tho bost iroii'lii at the lowest possihlo prices. A UK VN'iJll of llio aboro is now OPKM nt No. 12, HOPJ-.-STUEET, T' c I'nblic miiy onauro a perfect fit of Buiiruutiiod vvoi as low in prico inferior falsely cilUa cbcup. bfttHly jeui-yelvefl by uue purchnse, wliicU is to couTinou o{ prico and qiuilily. HKM'OKK ORDERS and UKPA1R-S will rocoirn nttcntiou, a foiv hours' notice only ruqnired. All ilood-i mnrki'il in jilum fiyun'H at Caih PnceK. K K K P R R E of tl-o WAOGON and IJORSKS, TO N VINE-STRKET, IIANLEY, .n il to necoininci'tito IJnsiuoia and Ploainro Parties with z cliiss HORSE anil neat DOG CART. Kor tcrm apply nboTi. UAlLEY, DUKK WILLIAM INN, BURS- .filo LKAI. uud FOUIiSTKR'S AR.MS, SMALL- WHOLESALE and RETAIL and I'IKIT 1IKKCUANT. T S X.R Familios Biipplied on rousonablo terms. I m II O il "R O B E E I JL OF THE WTXD1ITLL INN, UUCKX-VLL OLD-ROAD. HANLKY, nifnrmn his friends nml tho public that tho Fl'.EK AND EASY hcM at his hoaso to be a I jnriit sncccai. 1 IND SPIRITS 01- THE BEST QUALITY. H.-iiS's Ar.es in tine condition. illiLLOK, BUILDER ol CABRIA- -I- GES of ercry description. Repairs promptly eie cntod. New nnd Second-bund Carriages, and Q, largo Stockot wull-ieosoned Timber always on baud. MIL L-S T R E U T, H A N L Y. NOTICE OF BEMOVAL. finnOMAS GATER, TAILOE and in thanking hii friondg and the public for tlieir JL patronage during years, respectfully announced that be hu BEHOVED from 50, Hope-Direct, to more coarenient premises, ejtnata 97, STAJ-TORD-STKEBT, HANLEY, and bopea by itrict attention to business to cootiiine to receife the liberal soppovk of the public.__________________________________ H PIDUCTCK B d JEWELLEHS and WATGH MANDI'ACTUBJESS, MABKIT SijDiiis, HAMLIT, And 2-1, ST. ANN'S Superior GOLD and SILVER WATCHES. All wiuraiitca for two years. GOLD ALBERT ud GUARD CHADJS. Liberal Diwxranta oB GOLD JEWELLtRY, ani a larga Stookof and Jet. WKDDING EJiJGS in ainvato room. Clewed at One o'olcck on TanrsdujB. OTAM.MEES AND JOKES, THE CHEAP CLOTHIBBS, HANLEY, TONTINE. STEEET, Beg U announce ibab, althoagk it is sajumer time, they hare been induced by special adrautugea to greater part of their WINTER STOCK, to which they invite the early innpectiou of tkeir Customers. MEN'S WITNfY OVERCOATS from............... .'........12a. BOYS' WITNEY OVERCOATS tcoui ........................7s. MEN'S REEFER JACKETS from Si. BOYS' EEEFEE JACKETS from...........................la.lOi A Stock of MEN'S and BOYS' i'LANNEL and PILOT JACKETS. Am imneyso Tariety of WOOL SHIRTS. Splendid thingi in MOl'FLEKS aid SCARVES. Handaome HANDKEECHIKFS and SHAWLS. BLANKETS, QfllLTS, SHEETS, BEi, TICKS, Their WINTER STOCK wili bo eo" idcrnbly CHEAPER by being bought BO early in the Markets._____ T n E N E S E C H E A P, D U NEVE it II ABLE, ft SQUIBB and E L E G WASHING. TAINS A N G. WHITTIN3HAM CABINET MA 1C BUS AND S and 7, ALBION-STBEBT, SOLE AOZNTB. 4KB SON, UPHOLSTEBEBS, HANLEY. PBIOE jordB loug, 3d.; 3 yards long, Is. Cd.; 3 jarda long, 8a. Od. N D J. M U N WINE AND SPIRIT MAEKIT-SQU ABE, O AND MERCHANTS, HANLEY. RETAIL: MABKET-STBEET AND NEW-STEEET, HANLBY; CHANCBBY-LANE, .LONGTON. BKANDY. Heniesay er Martel'e fineatCogBao GoodCornao Ditto SB gal. s. d. qrt. hot. u. d. B. d. P pnt. B. d. ICE LIS 3 P I B I T S. gill. no B. i. g. i.. 28 0..7 0...4 8. .3 8 ...1 21 0...5 4...3 G. .2 18 0...4 G...3 0...2 3 ...1 Old, 45a. per doz, bottled in bond 39 Irish, Pine Old 18 4 C...2 3 Ditto, Good......13 4 ..3 4...2 3...1 8 Eennoaiy or Martol'n Brandy, 5s. and 5s, Cdi WHIBKBT. Scotch, fujcet High- 9 ...11 land 4 8 Scotch, lalay 7 Ditto, Campbelton.. Rnit. Jamaica, best Ditto, good .1 7 GIN. .0 10 fi London, best Ditto, common Spirits of Wine, 28s. per gall. Sg. each. gal. i. A. qrt. hot. pot, gill. Bay. B. d. E. d. i. d, B. d. d. 21 0...5 4...3 e...2 71...1 4 8 18 0...4 8...S 0...2 3 ...1 If.. 16 0...4 0...2 8...2 0 ...1 0 C 18 0...4 0...3 0...2 3 ...1 15 0...3 9...2 6...1 11 ...1 H..: 7 0... 6 13 4. 3 4...2 8 ...0 10 K 10 0...2 S...2 0...1 4 ...0 8 4 Hollands Gin, in original bottles, C WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PEESBNTS. HABLES BABCEOFT, 11, PARLIAMENT-BOW, WORK BOXES, WRITING DESKS, WHITING CASES, 2s. 3d. to 40s. HANLET. LADIES' and GENTLEMENS' BAGS, 2s. 6d. to 35s. CARD CASES, CIGAB CASES, 2s. 3d. to 15fl, OPERA GLASSES, 7s. Sd. to 27i. SMELLING BOTTLES, 3a. 6d. to 10s. INKSTANDS, 2s. 2d. to 80s. PURSES, Is. to 158. LADIES' COMPANIONS, la. 3d. WORK BASKETS, 2s. to 12s. 6d. DRESSING CASES, 18s. to 50B. PORTRAIT ALBUMS, 2s. 3d. to 25s. GOLD, SILVER, PLATED, and BLACK JBWELLEBY. A Largo Btocfc of WOOD and TVICKER PERAMBULATORS. CEiOYDON'S PREPARED MUSTARD. It ready mixed for the table, does not dry or ferment in tho Cruet, and will keep'fresh and good, however long iu ise, proTided the cork IB replaced in the Pmoi Ii. PUB BOTTLI. No ingredicat injurious to health ia used in making this preparation. PBEHBED BI E. H. CROYDON (LATE DISPINBJNO AND FAMILT CHEMIST, (Eight Tears Diaponsor nt the North Staffordshire IRONMARKET, NBWCASTIE-UNDER-LYME. Agent for KINJIOND and Co'e. celebrated APNEUIM.TIC MINERAL WATERS in Bytfcon ABSNT roffi HAKIKT ................................................jiD. FURN1VAL (Ute MARKET-SQUARE. AGENT TOR TUNSTALL ..............................................G. H. PIGOTT, CHEMIST, MARKET PLACE. TO BUILDERS, AND OWNERS OF HOUSE PROPERTY. CAVE TWENTY PEE CENT., AND PUBCHASE YOUR STOVES, GRATES, AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY, OF THOMAS BUNDY, WHOLESALE IRONMONGER, (Late of 48, PICCADILLY, who baa REMOVED to more conTenieot Premises, 32, IX E W S T R E E T HANLEY, Where ho baa always in stock Beat Parlour REGISTER STOVES, nt 21s. each. Best Parlour REGISTER STOVES, with steel monldine, 25s. eack. Fine Cast REGISTER and MANTEL SHAMS. Improved COTTAGE GRATES, with ovens only, and backs and cranes. Ditto, with orcDfl and boilers, and backs and cranos. Strong Iron WASHING BOILERS, 4d. per (jallon. DOOES and BOTTOM GRATES for Ditto, la. 2d. ww Ib. Rivotted CO PPER BOILERS, from 8 te 20 gallons. LOCKS, BOLTS, NAILS, SCREWS, at wholesale prices. IRON SPOUTING and RAINWATER PIPES, SASH WEIGHTS, and General CASTINGS. STEAM FITTINGS and BEASS FOUNDRY. WRINGING, MANGLING, and WASHING MACHINES. ASHPANS, STOVE PIPES, DRAFT PLATES, STREET, GAS, and FACTORY LAMPS, to Order, A good stuff of experienced GAS TITTERS, WHITESMITHS, BELLEANGERS, IRON TIN nnd ZINC WORKERS, COPPERSMITHS, and BRAZIERS employed on the premises. Wholesale A [rent in North Staffordshire for Morgan's Pat. Bee MACHINES, SPIRIT TAPS, ALE and SPIRIT MEASURES. Bromley and Fishci's superior STEEL FILES and ENGINEERS' HAMMERS. W. Howe and CO.'B fifie Ingot Spelter. 1'. Sclby and (Jo 's WAIL AXLES, CART AHMS, COACH, CART, and WAGGON SPELNGS, Ac. T. Parish's celebrated Slombridge SPADES tnd SHOVELS. Warranted VICE and ANVILS. W. AlJclay oud Son's warranted Circular ond othor BELLOWS, PORTABLE FORGES, THOMAS BUNDY, WHOLESALE IRONMONGER, POTTERS' FURNISHER, and CONTRACTOR for COLLIERY STORES, NEW-STREET, HANLEY. A BRABAM'S Celebrated TOBACCOS from A. 3s. per Ib. Half-penny Clays, 2u. Gd. asrosi. Penny Clays, 7a. a gross. Poaener's far-famed Coloo-ring Clays, 12s. B grosi. Address ABRAHAM, WHOLESALE TOBACCONIST 165, STAFFORD-STREET. HARTLEY. TIC-DOLOREUX, TOOTHACHE, PABKES' TONIC PELLS are a sure and speedy CURE for tho aboTO. HANLEY MARKET. TOTJLE'S STONE and other CELEBBATED tl ALES, abroys in condition at J. PANTLLNG'S. SWAN PASSAGE. Formm and British Winea of the Finont Quality. MB. G. N. NEWISAN, FEOFF.SSOB OF MUSIC. (Organist of St. Lake's, Hanley.) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Organ, and HOT- moninrn. 13, Sr. LUKE-STEEET, HANLEY. V17" 6. SIMPSON, 15, BnoAu-sTaEir, GEOCEK AND PROVISION DEALEB. Families and trade ropplied with GENUINE H03CE MADE BBEAD. PEKPADID ONLY BT E. PARKES, DISPENSING CHEMIST, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. Depot for ELASTIC STOCKINGS, TRUSSES, Sx. Finest COD LIVER OIL, IB. per Bottle, T IHE GEEATEST QUESTION OF THE AGE. The greatest question of the ago, That doth the public mind engage I Ii where can I a good HAT find In style and price to suit my Our answer is, to BAEEWELL'S go, 40, WATIBLOO-BOAC, BtrnsLnf, yoa knew. The best in the Potteriei. C AELES DUNN OVEN AJO> KLLN BUTLDEB, DIAL-EB IK SLATES, PORTLAND AND BOMAN CEMENT, Wo. S4, LOWEB-3TB EET, BUB3LEM. F IBEESON AND STEWART BBOTHEES, LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS Aro now offering at very Low Prices tlieir new ECHJJD'S Jntock of PAR- RAPJN and other LAMPS, from the moat eminent makers ID the kingdom, including KINKS' celebrated DU- PLEX LAUP. SHOW BOOMS for Dm-niag and Dining-room CHANDELIERS, HALL LAMPS, BRACKETS, PENDANTS, MARKET-SQUARE and NEW-STREET, HANLEY. "BBESSON AND STEWABT BEOS. MABBLE CHIMNEY PIECES. Owe Manufacture, ENAMBLLKD SLATE DITTO. COOKIIS'G RANGES. STOVE GRATES. FENDERS and FIREfRONS. JAPANNED COAL VASES. SHOP STOVES from Ida. to GILL DO., 18s. (3d. to SHOW BOOMS, MARKET. SQU ABE, HANLEY. PLATE. IVOEY TABLE KNIVES, DESSBRT KNTVEfi, ELECTED PLATE, TABLE AND DESSEET FOEKS AND SPOONS. TEA AND COFFEE SERVICES. CBUET FEAMES. TOAST BACKS. A splendid assortmt of GERMAN BRONZES, DRAWING and DININU-BOOM CLOCKS, for FEESENTATION. IBBERSON AND STKWAET BROS. SHOW RO01IB J1AHKET-SQUAEE, HANLET. SOLE AOINTS for tho Difltriet for JOSJCPH EODGERS and SONS' celebrated CTJTLEBY. MACHINES. WRINGING MACHINES. MANGLING MACHINES. AMD RETAIL. DBPOT, reiiERSON AND STEWART BEOS., IEONMONQBBS, HANLET. TBON B'.r BRASS BEDSTEABS. AND BEDDING IBBEESON AND STEWART BEOS., IliONMONOEES, HANLEY. AND ENAMELLED CHIMNEY PIECES. SLATE KITCHEN RANGES, STOVE GRATES, FENDEES AND FIEE IRONS. IBEERSON AND STEWART BEOS., IHONJIONBEES, HANLEY. HILTON, PORK AND GENERAL BUTCHER, 42, HIGH-STOEET, HANLEY. Fresh Mutton and Pork daily. Shape and tho trede supplied with Homo-cured Hams, Bacon, Lord, Sauafe, Puddipga, Fiea, fee. OHN TIEEELL, HOMCEOPATJIIC CUKMI8T, MARKET-SQUARE, EANLEY. HOMOBOPATHKJ MEDICINES of tho parity in every form and in aU potencies. HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINE CHESTS in gratt rnriety. DOMESTIC GUIDES to HOMffiOPATHIO TEEA1 MENT fnm IB. np-warin. TIREELL'S HOMCEOPATHIC COCOA ii the tat Shilling Cocoa Bold. Tho largest assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES in the Potteries. PERFUMES tlio most extonuivo nnd best soloctod stock in the district. Agent for the Icnilon 'Lion" Tea bratcd and 2g. Ba. TEAS. JOHN POOLS, BAKER, GBOCER, nnd PROVISION DEALEB, 97, BROAD-STREET, HANLET. FAMILIES aud the TJUJDE supplied with HOME- MADE BREAD. EVANS AND FOULKEB CHINA AND EARTHENWARE DECORATORS, DEALERS IN MAJOLICA, STONEWARE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. j HOPE-STREET, HANLEY, STAFFORDSHIRE, j H O MAS STUBBS AUCTIONEER and VALUER, GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, and DEALER in I WASHING, MANGLING, and SEWING 100 and HI, HIGH-STREET, FENTON. I furniture Voogbt, Bold, for new. Every article wamintcd. If not approred exchanged. JOHN GALLIMOEE'S STEAM SAW MILLS I MOULDING AND GENEKAL JOINEB1 WORKS, NEWCASTLE-UNDEE-LYME. i. tr-rti qnantitieiof Windoun, Doom, Frunea of I ronldinga, Skirtings, Spouts, 4c., stock a i i-er book prices. FOB THE TBADE. WPBITCHAE] BUILDEB and COSTBAOTOB, SUN-STBEET, HANLEY. BEPAIBED AND MATI ON THE BEST TEBMS.   

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