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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1877, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               _J J No. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1877. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. M. I: I' I M.i) -r. "Hi: Ml MI' M, I O N l> l> N C V; li 'I' Will 1 in M I-HII I'. 1-77. V. Ili-.ll "'I 1 I l-fl'.l. iN M V N ill" M V II A i. i ,i. 'A'-: .1 Oft' .It u i i r M i i. i i i. f, l.i- i. I i v, i I iM il. I.; I.'1''" Ml. V Vl's T K U, U K 1 M A I> S K 1 M A I> S I' M M E R 1877. SCALES..............................Afio...........................SALTKR SCALES SALTER' SCALEH SALTER SCALES SALTKR SCALES SALTKR SCALES SALTKR SCAL.UJ SPK  O T N I) s o K S SALTKR i--. SIMS, V-. ;Tb.rd j -CALrV-i Si.it.il pivn-nt Sca-.Ml, SALTKll K, s.M'.-i n' Woi.i l.vi I We..; -Luninc 11 "pei inl bit uf SALTKR IK iii n i.LACTIC SALTKR Mr. I i I i; I I I N i I tt i i.i s r. I i i'. 11 b.' in il.c- ill' 1-I'V> V M A, Illl M-AI.K.-1 M'UUOI.S, M- 7-i. ibl. Pell PAIR SALTKR b an- a in.Tii! of SALTKR SALTKR SALTl'.R 1. hLATICV SALTKR X Ii IJi-t .1 RKTDN. CKuM Pl.lt I'.MIi. SALTKR f I 'M. I .11111. I ,11' 111 M K S i sC.M.Es RKl'AllI.s MIATl.Y AND I'KOMITLY SALTKK I.--I l I'Ai '--i.-Ai.tis lixi.ciTf.n. ,-JAWEK i, H DI.I N i i SCVLKS N I rl- p I.- X N i l t i i. -I...... Ol.-KHM' Il.f. At BALTEK Sl AI.CS PAKLIAME.Si ROW, H.VNLKV; SALlTJi p s i s, 1 ii I'll -ii.il. i- M.KS MAIiKiri.-TRi.LT, LONGTON; SALTKR MAl'.lvKT TUNSTAIi; SALTER SALTKll SALTER SAI.TBR SALTKll U.TKIl SALTKll SAUHKIt M IT T H. JONES AND CO., WHOLESALE TEA AND COFFEE MlBIl CHANTS, D E A L E 3 IN C 1 W A K S .AND Q E N K R A L COMMISSION AC1ENTS, lli, LAMB-STRTiET, HANLEY. fjcbools, and lugo Consumers of Ton HboriUly ileitlt with. JA S H W L (J U J K W E L L, E It AND W A T U H M A K E K 1, il A R JC K T P L A G K B U It S L K M HiiTliiK purc'liu'ed the bnNine.sd hUely cfii-riuil un by K. Oorriill, nt J. A M 11 S T II li E T H A N L E Y BL'HS to inform tho Public of tbo PotU-rits iiml HLirroiiiKlLiiK District ho baa Optinod tbe witli a flell-faclocteil SlOCKot CLOCKS, 1VATUHKH, J HWfiLIJiKY, nml KLKOTUO PI.ATK. It. W. IK nl.Ho dcMiiiuiH of the inljiibitunlH of tliu for tho Hiipport they have nccordod to him during tbo liut iiinu yJira thut ho II.UH been in Liualno.is, mill tnist-i that by constant attenduuco to bia trude, bo will uurrt n COIltillUltllCti of tltulr A PrLvnlo llooin for Wedding nt ciidi catiibllHlnnont. All tin: iKvit of Sowlni: MachineH K'opt lu Stock for Snlo or JIlu, nt No, tlarkot-place, Burulam. A Ul iN E A K I A" G A UPHOLSTEKING A B L I S H 41 E N TT 14, LIVERPOOL ROAD, BUR8LKM. O. COOPER (Late T. N I C K L I RCKH to Inform tho Clorgy, Nobility, Gentry, nnd the Potteriufi and ity vlciulty, l.hnb he has taken the preiDiuoa occnplixl by .Mr. T. Nicklln, uud llivitai inspt'ction of bit StocJi of Homo-uuulo FURNITURE, which he fuula sure Bllllinl Roouu und Smoke Ruoma fittoil up witb NOTE THE Anrmtss: _____________O. COOP K R, fLato T. NicilUNX H, LIVERPOOL ROAD, Bun.'M.EM. SEASON 1877. E D D b Now VEGETABLE ruid 1'LOWGR SKEDS, Piiro In Qunlity nnd HlodoniU in Price. GLADIOLUS, choice n.iiiiwl HYUIUDS, iHjjiortcd GERMAN STOCK, cliuice UELKRY aiul CAULU'LOWKR SI-ED. on application from RICHARD BOOTH, AMI UKTAH. CHKM1ST, DRUGGIST, AND PARLIAMENT ROW, HAN1.KV. DYEING AND CLEANING IN ALL I T a U K A N C U E 6 (IKNThUilKN'S FADED OVERCOATS RESTORED IN OOtOUR. UlUtTLKMKN'S CLOTHING clu.iiii.il without Klirluking. Troliaora blockod in tho Fronub atyla by nn entirely now procvsa, neter buforo lutrndiiiXHl or aoen liy any Cleaner or Dyor. 11 idlrunh, utrutcbod to thuir ariginal length, J( requirml Uico nnd Munlin CurtAinx, Crumb Clothu, Uod nntl NVindon CurtiiiiiM, CurpoU, HmirtlijUngB, Mate, aoue on the Khorteit notlw, without iiny ollciiaife email. Feathers Dyed or Clmuutl and Curled. Kid uoata indClloYes Cluom.il or Died Blivck. Prlco List by Peat, BENNETT, 128 i M D 12U, N K W C A S T L E S T II E E T B U R 8 I, E M, AND 2B, HOPK-STREKT, HAN LEY. _____ dumb received nml delivered lit Stoko by O, 11LACJKUAM, PrinUir, C A 1 A G E B C A S I -Lie forward fall-d.iwti FAUH AND SONS, NEWCASTLE. STAFFORDSHIRE, have now in Stock, or in ix NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WALTER JOHNSON, BRUSH MANUFACTURER, Respectfully Informs the public that be has REMOVED from Lamb-street TO 10 TRINITY-STREET (near tie Tram Railway HAN LEY, And hiLB ojwnod bin new istabludunent with and varied Selection o( BruuheH. Mnta, Clothes Lines, Trade Suooiled on Reasonable Ternm. MACHINE DEPOT, 22, STAFFORD-STREET, HANLEY. M. 3CRAGO bavlne the aboTe premises, inttirateo that be has on hand a fim-dass STOCK of MACHINES, manufactured by Bradbury and.Cu., Limited, OJdliam, 8iutc.hU) for funiliuH or manufacturers. The Hiiperiority of uacbinoij enAblttl the fco curry off Thirteen First-ckua Prizes in 1873, In competition with all other Duiufaccuien at home arid abroad. M. B., having lud nearly twenty years' practlcnl >vitli tho nbovo compiuny, solicits inunoction by intending purchasers. Ho abio undertaken tlie rapturing and nrnclilnes of uvory kind at reasonable'churycs. JS" M A CAHD, ISS HEFFOR COSTUME AND MANTLE MAKER, JOHN-STREET, TUNSTALL, WEDDINGS AND MOURNING ORDERS Carefully nttendetl to. ;KET CHICK.ET i CKICKET i: SEASON H. CLEMENS begs to ciU the attention of CRICKET CLUBS to hLsJ.Lige :.nd Stock of Goods, iruliiding MATCH and otbcr EATS, BALLS, STUMPS, BATTING GLOVES, WJCKET- KEEPJNG GLOVES, LONG- STOP GLOVES, LEG GUARDS, CRICKLT E1ZLTS, itc., tc. CRICKETING GOODS IN GREAT YARIbTY. SJCASON L HENRY CLEMENS, CUTLER AND IRONMONGER, tl'.i, and C5, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. I HtuUi of conatinuliun, Stanhope PHAKTONS, WAGGONETTE, with raoveuble haul, WAUaONETTK I K T head; LANDAU, wlU) Hide BROUGHAM, PARISIAN PHAETON, Mid noYBial Two-wheeled j Jj> O T A ii Y JI A Hi L U I1 S H I N G EY MACHINERY, AT S E N T O S S HAIRDRKs.sINO AND SHAMPOOING ROOMS. Hi, TRINITY-STREET, HANLKV. NKAR TERMINUS OF STREET RAILWAY. Closed at p m. cm c Mr i w.i.i. l n .uid lii'.i S..III.-M in i i XI 11 i m I li nn -i, vi' ii ll'10 i! i LIU.I'.S inn op..r.itii- and "l'! .1 I'U.l UNi li. Ir, 'I ;i.n ,ti t< .11.d si'VLIN AVD I P C I', t, I (j NOTICE. I rlih 1'KOPLK'S B3OT AND SHOE .XI AM'KACTl'Rr.lty. 11 n i  n Ki i I I.' -I l m M L A I. i s A 1. R, MIKII. i, S I1 V I. 1-. ,'o A L T K I. ,M II I.H. I A I. I. i >v A LT I', li 111 lU'l'N. S C A I, t. A- T E I! MM t A I, I. 5 ,v s A L, u >v si, ro> .s C A 1, K A. A f. 1 K K H E N R _Vllr.SII R UTTER DAILY, -In, r-KH I' V 1' I D D U K AND UOLDMMlTHh, .lEWr.LLKHS, AND WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS M A R K K T S li U 4 11 K HA N LEY. A Stock of FINE GOLD JEWELLERY. SONS Tbe Propiiotor of tbc1 Hulnic Olliery i> now jjrc'.tvrkrod to DELIVER thin Celebrated COVL in Hanlcy, h'viSe, or lit HB. 6tl. per ton, Ss. Uin. in Ucliverv. Ordors ad'lre.sscd Ui the M.-naper, Hulme Collieries, near Lonctun, 11 ill receive prompt A cent for lilvth BriilLje and Ub-tritt: Mr. W. WARD, "P li TAILOR AND DRAPEB, HIGH-STREET, HANLEY, E N E K A L" U U I L D I N G A G I..VDIE.S' GOLD WATO-HES (rom lu UKNTLKMKN'S GOLD WATCHKM from to Kvcry had N.'cn ex.iiuiliod tlirouybout by experienced workmon, .ind kept in perfect going order, and for Two Years. I-iuliis1 and Crntlrnion'i 10, IS, .ind 18 Cirnt GOLD CHAINS. MARIILE luul GILT CLOCKS, wilb iuovauient.s Hjleci.llly niadu for H. jnd Sons, ajld to accurate Liiui'. Very nuporior (Ju.dity of ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS on BEST N1CIIKI. SILVER, in new diMigns, and llniilicd cqlKil oi'KKAiiLAS.siis, spi-.irru'i.Ks, UUKSSING CASKS, WORK IIOXK.-J, WHITING DESKS, WKDDING KINGS IN A PRIVATE NOTICE. Tho JOINERY and BUILDING BUSINESS frrmerly rarnett out bv oyni-s, iTl be carrud en by .Mc--irs. JOINL.S and LIMMH', who arc- now prrparcd to umlfit.iko onlL-rh of tbu c ..de a con-ddenible addition to Lhe stt J; .u.ii IManL. Ai.j t i-Jers onliU4ted tn tbeir c-ire will IIIL-L l w.Uj und prompt u-.ti-ution ind iu-j.i.ii ul ail borw txecuied piumpllj and elhcientiy. l AUIJIU J O 1 N E S AND L I N D O P I GLADSTONE STRKKT. LHL'HCH-STREET, _ HAM.i.Y._____ U A s l i l v l -v i; M s." i ,i ii, i II I i ,i X, v. til I "I'l ,.'ll l'l M ,v. t'" 1 I I I (.1 A L r. S A 1, 1 E R S 11 ii V.M 1 H si, 1. Br i -i u i i Full wci -'r 1 I' I 1 1 Ml S C A I. K S A. s A LT K R IIDAI K. S C A I, K s" S A I. T R r.i UM.KI .s i. A 1.1: A LT i; it, II A S C A I, i. ,v s ,v LT E K KOI III KM t1 A L'K'S S A LT K i: Hi. M.. l I'. S C A I, i: s" .s A L I li II.l I.) C A ,v- v A l, I1 I l'. s C A I, I', .s A- S A L'l t. II s A i, i. H ,v. A i, r i; u I.1-..I l -i-" ll.ii: I II I M'li'H.. .v s A i, r t. it, A L i. .x- s A L i r. 'I.it C L K s S V L T K It I. I. s .V S A L I h Ii, I IllAV II C V I. I.S ,t t- A L K 11, YliRK. T C. A L I-; -i .V HO1TON STUNK qUARKV, neiir To STONEMASONS, RClLUKRs, and CONTRAC-'IOllS. IilKKUKlUCK KSi'LKY, YICTIIIIIA-KDAD, STAI KOltn, i.H now preparod to mipply STONK from j Lhi< above   JL RUUSLK.M. (I. li.VDDllLr.Y rcnpcctfully lnforin.H the public Dint ho keeps atllic the Cboicoat WINE-S nnd SPIRITS, Uvit Loiidoii and Iliibhn PORTER, and Robin- .mn'i, and Co.'.s SpaTkliuc I'.iirton ALKS, in n le condition. N.ll. Pruate (a t nt iirewcrv prices. THE KAliLK VAULT.-., CHUKCH-sTRbET, STOKK-ON-TRENT. TjlDWAllD rEAUNtS respectfully info. his JPj friend.-i and the public that be llan taken tbn and buncH by Mtrict .iLtemion, ,ind a articlr, to inerll tile Hiipporc of the public. A Kree and on .Monilaj, Tne-iday, Friday, and Satur- day f OSEl'II DUNN nn to otlVr a KLOWKH SI'.l'.DS, nil tbc new nnd le.idinK and ROSES, Jrflrl, V- nl i i 7> [i-IIAIM) III-! M1. CAU'v i.ii L, V LiniMMi UIMIIII.-. I'll ii KI.AXII xi VM r vi'n i; 1 I in ;ii- 111.' I 1 1.. l- I i n i n U' -.i 11 i t Ml! >l( I, II" (lull nt IICH j I i r MI.-. DI.I) MiLisiirn xv M xHKI i svi I- l: I-1. l, 1 V l N i; s T u N K _ MI in ii x.vr. nn i! ii.'.l. ru. rti .ni'l lliiu-i; ui'.i [ii.....pt jTir --ni.-i., pi-r.oniK'ip.ni-. Ml. A L ,v A i.'i r. film.l t A I. t, S >V .1 A I.'l h R, IA-., I1 r p t. C A 1. I, s A I, 1 I. It, M i l.i.vl ll.MI. "C A I. I. ,t (5 A J, Ti: li, I.I Mil IV. A I. I, s s A 1. T E II Ciii.wr. f A I. i; ,v hrA j. T 'Ml I- A I, h s K N A L'l E R D.'i'iy rr.a.l, 1.1 r. n rn (it. S I. h. S h A ljT Jt) I A I, r. ,'t A T K .l.nr.iH'i H-.ri'ct, 1.11 I 1 II I' r T R K Y: T, I 7 I L I B G K T II I I. L M ILL, PUDS K Y, k' OXKOKD .MILLS, L E K I) n. K E Y I P A R A D K L K K D H. I'lAMJrOKIE LESSONS. v s T (i K K-O N.T K K N T. Tm.xs us DAHLIAS, KUnCIIIAS, GKRA.NIUMS. Also, lUl wins of DOOll PLANTS, An nnqieclion InviUyl. Oi'liTN by I'ont prniupUy attendeil to. K It I A K s >V O u I) N U K S I-1. R 1 E S N li W C A S 'I L K S T A F JOHN ICKL.SAI.L, 1'I.SU JIEUCHANT, No, -4S, PICCADILLY, 11ANLHY, In thanking the I'ublic fortbelr patronage rospeetfully aniionncc.H that bu L'onHiMniueiit.s of nil'lMl KISH DAILY .rom all tho ILiliiag dutrictii In tbu kingdom. lliu bent London Native OyBtora utxrmsu O (M U T U A I.) H E A n Ovn K D 1 N n U R O H K S T A B i I S H K D 1 8 :tl 1 U A 1 1 A LARGE QUANTITY of MILD CTJRKD HAMS at J. W. KNIGHTS, No. 11, MARKET-PLACE, HURSLV.M. NOTICKJI SJ'RAX, with t'liiirlesLovy, of Kmiiiiaiu- .square, llanley, to inforui hn friends .uid tbe public tb-it bu hiw opc-nnd tbo Mtjibllsliuiont. J, LICHK1 lil.O- SIRKKT, HANLEY, wiUl a dniiro solection of (iENTLE- MKN'S CLO'llllNG nnd HOSIliRY. Trousers, lid. to lueajniro. Observe tho S'TEAM" IfoiTI cbiHH and nil liizcH in stock or u N 0 T ICE. LOOK OUT f.ir tho NEO CKNTRAL 1 1SH >1 1-l.N'T, Lit, STAI bTKL-L IiAM-Ll, nest dvcl 10 lur. G. NutUili'h-, Ci'iu'ectiouer. JOSEPH SA.ML1DGE ROBINSON, Proprietor. E Pl'ULlC. E A R S E S MOUK.NLVG COACHES. H several band. Appl> F. and .1. Sil.VF.vrun, Hill Foundry, KnyineL-riug .uid Roilor TV'orlis, Ncw Suilfonlabiro. IHE AIAHINIS WALKS. NOKTU Tbl.Hnowly.furnishDd FAMILY HOTEL and BOARDING EMTAIILIN11MHNT is within n hbort diikuico of both and Terina veiy HlodelaUi. J. BROWNING, curri.Ns, CABS, ou most urnih, ac FREDERICK HALL'S, 14, BRYAN-STHELT, 10, UPPER MARKCT-MJCAI-.K, HANLEY. HALL, (SHOE MANUl'AUTl'REK, aiul Kirks.: J.1, baa Opened tho ubovo an entire new .'tLoct of llOOTb and SHOliS suaable lor ,md season. THK tAaHIONAULK UOOT tjHOP. MKS. NEWMAN, in tliniikiny hoi J'ricnd.s for piwt favourv, to infonn them tb.Lt she RKJIOVKHtoNo.il, Hunley, two door-, from tnu old Hbop. To TRADliS.MKN and having surplus htoclc of KITIINITURK to diHposoof. MK. J, U.OY'D, huviiiK niiulo arriiiifjcnit'iita wilb Slrol ;ind Cu. for tbo line of Ihu STAIt MUSIC 11ALL, .Stafrord-ftreut, Longton, intend opening tlm mirao Ofl an AUCTION MAIIT. The arou Iwinn rxin.siderably greater than any room in tbo district u.ncd for that tunl tin- position ct-ntral niinlileH1 walk from the It alfonU faollitiua fur of STOCKS of 1'URNITURH superior to liny in the Pottorlen. For TomiH, iVe., apply to J. LLOYD, Auctioneer and Valuer, 7, Gowar-ritruol, W. H. bcinif a [arso uiannf.icturer, ia able to sd] to the Public pans ac wliolesak' LAIII.Y 'J'KUL Ih Men's Nailvil Roota rom t'-ti. ML'II'S Nadeil Booth at 7s. (id. a cballenge Mon'.i lilahtic Hide1! fl-oin Id. >Vonien'i sides fiom 2.H. oil. Cbildrcn'H in pi eat variety, ami ciir.aljy low in price Repaii-a Mill be flell and promptly done. E Tbo Accuniillotcd Funds have Increased from 1840 to 1S7U by a, i o s, 'J i o. At 1st March, 18-10, they were At Hb March, 1S70, tbey ivoru il.'iW.ilO. Uelni- morn than Kleven TlnieH tho 1'reiuliiin Income, Total VenUxl AddltluM to PollcieH, SPECIAL NOTICE. The Next. JnvraUgitlnn aivd Division of Piollls will made an :il let March, 1S7S. Tbo Financial Year. JHt March, 1877. Prmnim lodKinK on or buloro Illst March: will Biicuro tbu vlvuntiige ol on aililltloniU yeur'8 Honusover Bllb- BWiutnt antrantx. .IAS. WALKER, Resident Swrolnry. Manchester, 41, Urown-strtut. KOIl .ST.U-rOllllSlllllE. C. Gcliiincll, MamiBor Nutlonal ProTlnclal Bulk. Aumlcn, MoniiRor Niillonul Provincial lliuilt. II, I'lutt. Dislrlct lliuik. H. Rice, 11, t'utd-ntrcet. Kilwurd Cuinmlmlon Mtreluint. Kdward Anbury, Sulhcrlaiid-roiul. Aceolintiuit. AccoliiiUint, Keele, "ALLEN, CABINET MAKKK, lu1- TT HOLSTtllKR. .tc., NEW-STREET, HANLEY, making an Earthoiiwure TravcIler'H 1'ATPKRN BOX, which will contain upwurdu of 100 lints, which will not require pneklne. nor oven snipping In paper. Tho slzo of tbo box ia only 171n. nnd litin. ilcup. Moini) of them uio now in use, and give every tutLtlnctlen. Can bo Ken, and all par- ticulars on ivjipllc'.-ition. LILLY DALE COLLIKRY. J1UUKNALL, Ai'o now jiropiueil to deliver Iboir fulobnited VlHK COAL and SLACK lit llanloj-, Sliclton, or stoke, nt tbo following COAL.........................Ifxn. fid. per ton. SLACK.................Ha. Ikl, jjortou. TrnnH Ca-sb on delivery. Ordei'H by pout ivlll receive prompt attention. ri A ii K i A t; E s F o u S'A'L'E r'onr SGcnnil-liimil PHAKTONH, in irnoil conilition two CUtTS and Two GIGS. Likoivisu nn AMICMPTUM, or Hide liylit co.u-b, Hiiifcalilo lor a wedding carriage. Also ii Patent I'l'Ll.KY (I-ladeH'fl) wornuited to wiiry ii nsod. AH :in now. Repairs promptly executed. Kvery description of built toordnr at A. AND A. DICKSON'S, V 1 C T 0 R I A S T R K E T C O N G L E T 0 N. (Luto J. H. SMITH.) Kstnbliiihod IWO. THE SJAIIACEN'S HEAD HOTEL, STOKE. U P O N T R K N T. S. Sl'UBBS (l.ito of tho Bridge Inn, Stoko) irt thanking tbo public for tholr respectfully nnnouncei Uiat ho has OPENK1) the ahovo Hotel with n. clioico aolectian of WlNESand SPIRIT'S of tho flneat quiJity. BASS'S celebrated ALKS will bo found in lino condition at this establishment. A U L CTO L D B A G E JT K R A L. B I L L P O S T K 11. KINNERSLK Y-STRKKT, KIDMGROVK. Le.HSoe of nil tbo Chief Pouting Statlon.i in KidsgTorc, Audlry, and Terms luodvnUn Manager, RALJ'H CA.VPER. T'lfE" BEST VALUE IN THE POrTKKlES IS GRANT'S MACHINE tttlOL I'LOCKS. SOLE AGENT IN 'IHC DISTRICT. Mannfactuier of Hair, Wool, anil straw Maitn-ssoa. Ecd- Bteada in all the diireri-nt anil patterns. NOtE TUE ADCllKiS QR-VNT'R BUnSTlJAD AND BEDDING WAREHOUSE, HIGH-STRKET, TUNSTALL fbi FOKKEbTEK rosTiecifully .inaounccs that M be haw taken the buMiief-H H. RATHBONH. H'Alli JKEsSKR, HIGH-STREliT, STOKE, where every attention ia paid to tbo comfort of tun patrons A choice variety of PIPES, CIGARS, and TOBACCO o! ibe beat quality. o ir o ITo N 17, PICCADILLY, HANLF.Y, ExhibitH an immense and rboirely-selectcd STOCK of LADIES' OUT I-' I TT 1 N G SETTS, LACK, FANCY, AND GOODS, ............N'h VNDEIICLOTHING, CLOAKS, PELlSStS, TUNICS, COSTUMES, HATS, HOODS, BONNETS, Jcc., ix-c. AN SOUCUTD. B R O B K K T HOWGKINSON. SKWING MACHINE AGENT' 17, PICCADILLY, HANLEY, AND _________HIGH-STREET, E S T MOSSFIELD C O A The IVY HOUSE and NORTHWOOD COLLIKRT COM. PANY (LIMITED) ore DOW prepared to supply this and well-known HOUSE COAL from Unix New it Northwood, Orders addrtBHod to the Momigsr at tho Nortbwood Colliery, Bucluuill-road, or Mr. ELIJAH JOHNSON, 12, Trinltr-fltreet, will receive prompt attention. Ifonl sent out by thin Ccnpuiy. ia pnre MOSS- FIELD, free from any admixture, ns oily this ane Beam of COAL tt being workad and is iicknoiflenied to be the BffiT nod MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSB riHTs COA1 to SertJ SUvffordahlre. Dost premxl front and common BRICKS on   

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