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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1877, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1877. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. (i. Ai-nii. llrn. wh-n !l- -i N Mr HI. VIM I'l Ii.'Ii.'. i C. U'l......Uh, n, ii i k -N u Ai. i.: i u 1 VIIIIM.I -.r r.iM-.- '-vy IINl'KKT, Ti l.il'i-. I, THK I'.ANC. Mii'l. I'. M will 1.1...- Mir u- HISF.V, cessary BI.ACKI'OOL" ON .Is. CD. AM'invr OunKii in Funr.sTKiis' lUv Tmr. Mr. II. STI-'" ,.v.Mr II MiDERMIirr: 'v-' IIIMI'I. r. M I'Mii'ifurti', Mr. Iv Mii'KirV ,t ii ii'.i.-i-( rpHK STAl'TOUDStHRK POTTERIES N r. ick v'.'V- KCONOMK.1 I'KRMANKNT URNKFIT Ul'Il.DING ,i l.'i-jn. fi.r uivl SUCIKTV. M.rMy pr.'pare.l t.i make ADVANCES upon :ippr..- lAl and Oipyliolil Propeijli.is, In sums ul i50 t l I'-i'lHI. Apply t" th.'Swretiiry and Manager, Mil. JAM US BILL, (ita-H 1, Maridi-streot, lliinloy. MAT snisrUIPTWN MEKTIXH, Arllll. lliTII, 1S77, Ihi. Tiiwn Hall. Hanl.'y, at >even p.m. ________ HOMANCE trali-d. 1'iirts I, S, NOW UK.VDY. With I'art 5 "ill In- .-.1111111, Ui" of the RMi In the Potteries Ih.. 'An'.U'athoIlr Mots, Election i Idi'l.. with a lii'liinil ranpliiU' History of the IMJ, u-iih Ihe Rluters. Printed and I.MIMH1TANT NiiTII'H. Hill .M.-', "I r.iniii.-n'.ii.ir. rriilo.MAS funnrrlv uf tin' Wliiti' Swan, nh, U ilw.'ll. I cordially thanks his Ml; i'K.V I-'.N >N in in> nx-it favmiri. to inform them that Will ..ii..v.- --vliil.' ..ml Ivi-. t.iknii lh" .'staliH-hi-d homo, till) TAI.11OT INN, IIH l.i-t ll tlkt' jJl.u'.' in Ml" :l1'..vo !v ,7, U'vU-r I.M'K V rnilE NOKTH STAFFORDSHIRE SKATING A KINKS COMPANY. THK II.VM.KY HKATI.Vi; UIRCH-TEIIRACE, IJANLKY. HII.1.I-, fcXUlCIStl DAILY. Admission OH usual. 1 SKATINC! RISK (Near the Railway Is ii iw opoii Dully for Thrvo Exorcises. Admlsulon SCHOOL 01' COOKERY, STOKK-ON-TRI1NT. A -SCIIOOr, 'Ol'1 (JUOKIUiV, in with lliu Nallonal Tninlns for Cookery, South KfiHiiiKton, will ho OPKSKD In the Cross-street School, Ai'Kii, All particulars cim bv h.idon application to tho Hon. Secre- tary, HUH OirrKiiiLL. FInrtshlll (.Mttatips, Htflku-on-Trenl. to tbo Lecturci and Cliuwcii xlioulil bo niadi. early II.R powlhle, tu enable the Coniinlttco to mnke I i. N (i l: F ii I, I Will vi.; !ii-i -re it Mu.'i. r .KUIT: NTIIKKT, i.'iNii'rn.v, ciusetii HID court Hous nn ami llupes tu bo hiuiuurixt >li (he tin- piilili.-. AT ANY HOl'U. K (i K C K I. V 1 N S T 0 N E, 1 wlnT.i .1 pi ,11 .-I fill 7 ai A A II Tl i-.-'Mf. M il M l TCIV n i 'JO i', N M l.TT...................... .v U" KI-MiM'lfiiUy I'lOV'.rty Owners, and House Iv l l'i .in.MI h" exiM-uli-j ali kinds c  IKDN OKI'DT. n i i. l. r i: i. i'.n-, M.-: n. i I I. I, 1 V N f 11 I C I! I, 1ST: n i 1 1 v; nl. :i t -'..I i in, lit. to i1. Ujf. i i-.t n.'. in., I f. irmk-M M.. 17-.. 'lli-j .iti.ivi., ui L'.l.ick, U-.twiBv, M Orwi. IOH., fn.iii MX.., Lo ill) UN i r i: i' P i; 1.1 N A r u i; of: I i I I' VI: M i ,'ll'in_: .ill III.'THUT i s i ,N I MI.MIi .M 1 I N I :i Kiiirrtiiiiiriii'iit. 'i:   S u N r.f ail kiinls o! M I N K, U A I, A N I) A F, li A T K 1 1 WATERS I'DKiiiAi.- AMI i 1. I, T f u i; it s I, i. M Ml fiiin (n.'illy I... VI.' tmd K Mi i M. neiit'" 1 Mul-i.i I .Mr. FKKIi S I Pin''. n .MACIUNrs, in in STOCK I'.Ad.i'ON" 'ind cff.'S, NKWCASTLE. HAM; u u u s n N tj i BY MAC-HI.NT.I'.V, T in: s MT.N'> A T r K N T O N S !li.-ir n Il" I: :i ui'l r.--, Hi- nn, -J Al.l'-i I.. 1. I (i i; n A I U K n !i IM; AMI siiAVi'ooi.Vd lioOMs, in, IIANLEY. M'M: 'IMIMIM'-! .-'I'lIIIKT It.VILWAY, Cl I nt -p.m. mi Thursdays. VI -i A T E n H r, N T A I, S I" U l! F, O N U.I'.IK.N STUUKT. and .Nn. I.1CHFIELJ-STREET, i I I I.I 1 SI N K K S K W INC MA II 1 N K S M., a'tendnu. diiily from U a.m. to 7 p.m. FOU THI-I MILLIONS, V'" KHOMil U FUI! C'.-H, J. I. II U K T O .N 1 fricw frmii ii per cent. HASKET MAKKR DI'F IIMrii-STRKKT, H.VNLKV. or i.n IJ.I. p..r willi optii.i, i nl Til HE NOLI .M ,n..idn lo order. -IHK I'LA.VTINO ApplkMti'ir, t., j" to olfcrata .'OMI-AXV, CKTMMI.IiY, HASI.KY; i fisliiL' Cupreous i hou- ...M, KF.F.I.K -.-.TIIKF.T. ln (frcut vnrioty. llyl.nd Hlioilii.li'iidr.uH fur ci.rnr phintln- Nt.in.liml Fruit nnd 's.ring Hmi'.'rliiL' I'liihls, Also. 1111 lunMiiso nu.inllty uf FottEHt 'I'lloriN liriCKx lW MKHKIAr.STKKKT. n.i TONTINK-STUI-.I-.T, Circn-. I (.'IJOOKS IIKS mi n i-Luii-i! A.-wurt- J ni..nt of Hrrnp ami AD-nni. nlmL n I IniMlim, Plidlosnil'h .-Oorn (Ini.iuinlllH .ml Ixuli..." IJihl-j .ind l-ui it iln Wi'tk'y '.ilfir iinil Milton Nutst-rloi, 'stoku-on- Tri'iif SKl'il DINING UOOMS I. "M'A.N lAxiEY. Mi.t Dlimcis from IS In 3. Tea, j..'l mi llie shuitcit Mtlcu. N DRESSES, in and GW. CHASE lias just received a assortment of New, Stylish, nnd Fashionable bouxht from the, Stock of a French iifient a rory largo discount oil cost prlco, whose estate is in bu will bo sold at considerably less tbnn the usual cost price. To Indies with families this is a roro opportunity. WILL SHORTLY BE OPENED Now and Extensive SHOW ROOM, devoted entirely to MILLINERY, JACKETS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, and FANCY GOODS. s i "I K s I made extensive purchases in BLACK nnd COLOURED SILKS last Smiiruor, all of which will be sold at tho low prices of last season. THE New and Elegant POLONAISE Trimmed, pattern, price 2s. Also, the Pretty Now TUNIQUJC, prlco. Is. 6d.: fonvnrded to any Madame Longton, Staffordshire. o E N E n A L D It A P E R Y A larKO Stock uf Rood WH1TK nml OUKY CALICOES, SHEETINGS, TABLE LINKNS, BBR.NKETS, COUNTER- NKS, FLANNEL, nml OXFORD SHIHT1NGS, which will be founrt to boot llrat-rnto valne. Our MOUltM.VIl ESTABLISHMENT in well supplied with n Rood Stock of DRESS MATERIALS, PRINTS, FANCY GOODS, FltUNCH FLOWIilM. A good Selection ofNow MOURNING BONNETS. fi. W. CHASE (or many years llvocl in HOIIIO of the largest and he.it Wholesale and Retail HOIIHOS of Business in Loudtin, whoso system was to give their cusUiiners every possible advantage to counteract co-operative influences, will endeavour to carry on his bunines.4 on Lhe same plan. M A K O W K T S (I BEE H A R K JJ___________ BEEF I W E II A L K Y B E E IT I RI E K I C A BROAD- N MEAT S T O STREET, HANLEY. K E S FRESH BUTTER DAILY, Is. 4u. mi LU. C 1ABINET MAKING AND U1J BOLSTERING 11, LIVERPOOL ROAD, BUKSLEM. ESTABLISHMENT, COOPER (Late T. N I C K L I to tin) Cluriry, Nobility. Oentry, und inhabitants of the Potteries and Its vicinity, that ho him taken the premlsos lately occupied by Mr. T. Nictdln, nnd invites Inspection of his Stuck of Uoiue-mnde FURNITURE, which ho (eels snre wIlLcomnaru favourably with liny houso In the trade. DIIAVVINO .isn DISINO ROOM SUITliS, ill Silk, Rep, Morrocco, ,tc. Li'imry and Office Furniture in mahogany, oak, and blrdi; Bedrooiu H'lirnitilre in walnut, oak, anil, birch, and every description uf Furniture in great variety. Carpots, Linoleums, Floor Cloths, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Further Beds, kept in stock. Venetian and Wire Ullnds made to order. Billiard Rooms and Smoke llooius ttttod up with despatch. NOTE TUK ADDRESS __________Cl. COOPER, (Late T. H, LIVERPOOL BURSLEM, THE NOTED LEATHKK AMD IJliACE WAREHOUSE, 10, LA.MB-STUEKT, HANLEY T U 11 N GODWIN, BegH to call the special attention of Purchasers to Wio extensive STOCK of his celebrated LKATHKK, WOn.STKD, AND ELASTIC BRACES, for and durability cannot be surpasseil. Also u largo Assortment of FANCY O O D S Incluilini; PURSES, I'.AltTKU-S, LATHES' HATCHKUS, and OKNTI.KMKN'S TRAVELLING BAOS by tho beat The IMPROVED WATKHPROOF KNAl-SACK and SOLID LEATHER PORTMANTEAUS, At prices which defy competition. K M T A H L I H u K n 1 M 1 5 H N V I C, E R S tJ COUS, FLOUR, ASn PROVISION DEAI.HU, F A M I L V A N D O K N E it A L O II O C E K B ROAD-STREKT, HANLEY. Burtnn Ales, Dublin Stout, Malt, HIIDH, Linseed, Linseed L'akis, Tllurley's Food for Cattle, Spratt's Patent Dog Cakes, Spratl's Pheasiint :Lnd Poultry SpnitL's Cut Fofwl in J'enuy ttc. mffE o BKSf" AND CHEAI'EST HOUSE FOR S A M U K L HILL'S, Where you can hnvo every stylo, every quality, and oil at tho luwuit prices. SUMMEK CLOTHING IS Cicntlanion'H Fine Kitting Tmuscrs fruin Ids. lid. Gentlemen's Walking SiiitH from Men's Suits from IJUs. Youlbs' Suits from 20s, Boys'SuiU from 6n. ILL T NO. :i 4, W A R E H O U S E -3 C A T O N T 1 N K M T R E E T T 0 N T I N E S T U E B T H A N L E V HE STAFFORD SH IKE 1'E K M A N E N T 1' 0 U T li A IT COMPANY B R 0 A D S T K E E T HANLKY. ALBDM PORTRAITS TWELVE FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. S P E C I A L I T 1 K S C A It U O N ENLARGEMENTS. PHOTO-M-ECHANICAL PRINTING. The latter procesa is specially suitable (or CKUAMIC WAIIK and MA.VUKACTIT.KIIS PACTEIUNS. M A s A K li, PAP HAN01NOSI M R R G A Y i N u s 11 R H. BILLINGTON, Flnmbcr, Glitzier, Pointer, begs to inform UIQ Public tha he bus a Uir-o and STOCK of P.U'EKH ANU1NOS tout ha can offer nt remur! irfeably low prices. J7, P A R L I A M E N T R O W HANLEY. H E N A Liirgo Stock of FINK GOLD JKWF.LLF.llY. U Y I' I I) n U C K AND GOLDSMITHS, JEWK1.LKRS, AND WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS 51 A It K K T -SQUARE, HANLKY. S 0 N S I THY; N K. w F u o s T E D SILVER '.i K w K i. L K K v l LADIES' GOLD WATCH KM (rinu tj to GKNTLKMEN'S GOLD WATCH from to Every Watch has buen examined liy uxpcrloneed workmen, and kept in perfect going order, and Warranted for Two Years. Ladles' and Gentlemen's and 18 Carat GOI.D CHAINS. MARBLE and GILT CLOCKS, with movements specially undo for H. P. and Sons, and guaranteed to keep accurate time. Very Superior Quality of ELECTRO-PLATED HOODS on BUST NICKEL SILVER, in new designs, and BnLsbed enual to silver. BAHOMETEItS, OPERA GLASSF.S, SPF.CTACI.F.S, CASKS, WORK BOXES, WRITING DESKS Ac Ac WEDDING RINGS IN A PKIVATF, ROOM. Sco. EQUITABLE LIFE OFFICE HEAD O r r i c K K D I N B U R O H ESTABLISHED 1831. The Accumulated FumLi have Increnmil frora'lSIO to bj i 2 1 0 S !1 1 U At Ixt March, 1H-W, they were At lul March, 1WU, they were Beini; inoro than Eluven TiiilflH tho Premium Income. Tot ul Veatixl Aildltlona to Policies, SPECIAL NOTICE. Tho Next Investigation Division of Profits ivill bo made ,v. at >larch, 1H78. 'The Forty-sixth Financial Year, 1st March, 1877. Pitrwon.4 Imlginf; PrOfMwals on or lieforu Ulsfr March will the advantage of an additional Bonus over sub- sequent entniutH. J.VS. WALKED Resident Secretary. Manchester, 41, Broivn-street. Bank C. Gemmell, National Provincial Amsclrn, Jhnmcer National H, Platt, District II. -W, WiitH.in, 1-1, Fnnl-stri'iit. (''.niiiuissltin Mcrcluint. Ashury, Walker. ALTounUint. Walker, Amniiitiiiit, KerJe. _ 6 LILLY HALF, COI.LIF.RV, BUC1CNALL, Are now prepared tu deliver thi'ir celehratod HOUSE FIRE COAI, and SLACK at Hunley, Shelton, or Stoke, at tho follnivlng prices   I A S T H K F. T C O N H I. H T O N, (La'-o J. H. SMITH.) Kstahlishod rfi'HE" MOSSKIELR" COAL .L 211, GI.KBE-STRIiliT, STOKK-OV-TKKNT, Having linen thn llrst Ui reduce prices for h'rst-r.las.H HOl'SE F1KK COALS, iifiain olFor the public tho lienoflt of the late reduction in and submit the following prices for tUelr coals, which ure swcaml to uono iu tho BEST COALS Oil. porTon. BEST COlilil.ES......t....................11s. Sd. per ton. Deliverod in Slolio, Hanley, or Shelton for Cash only. Full weight liuiiniiitcod. JIachino ticket sent with each load. Orders by post orothorwiau will receive p'runlpt attention, WILLIAM TKNNANT, Sot.F, AGKNT, 211, GI.KBK-STRF.KT, STOKK-ON-TRKNT. SEEDS I SEKDSI SHEDS selection of new Garden and Flower SEF.DS. A NICHOLL'S OI.n-ESTABLIMHKD SEED WAREHOUSE, MA II It KT SltUARK, HANLEY. ____ ECONOMICAL FUNERAL ILLIAM MOORE, 20 per cent, allowed lor cash. A London Tuner kopt, N.B. los. wurth ol iteluctod Music lot Pnatfrcolor M THK E A Ci It CH IJTREKf! STOKE-ON-TRENT. EDWARD VKAHNS respectfully mfonna his (rienils and the pnhllc thnt ho hus taken tho nuovu vaults, ami hopes liy strict attention, and keeping a Unit-dans nrtli'li', to nifrk the suppnrt of the public. A Free nnd Kfisy on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Satur- day tivcninyij, CHURCH-STREET AND KEELE-STREET, TUNSTALL OH. AT Mr. H. BIRTLE9, RED LION STABLES, BURSLEM. HEAJISES and MOURNING COACHF.S of nil the newest doslgns. PALLS of all sizes'lotvwlth or without Hoarse, Grey Horses especially for Woddinpi. WAGGONETTES mid DOG CARTS on tha most reasonable UrniH, at the shortest notice. PHOTOGHAPHIC EOOifS at II. _L1 (BOSS'S PlCTURtt FRAMING ESTABLISHMENT and FINE AKT RKPOSITORY, :W, WATERLOO BUDSLEM. i. Terms for Cnrtu do visites, 4a. fid. dozen. Ditto [Cabinets, 8s. M. kalf-dozon. C4RVINO, OILDIKO, AND PICTURB FRAMING Of every description executed on the premises. Picture Cluiis nnd Trade supplied. Wholesale Donlcr in English aid German MI iildlnjs. K E L I M I N A K Y NOTICE. 18, HOPE-STREET, HANLEY. SADDLERY, HARNESS, MACHINE-STRAPPING. AKD GENERAL LEATHER WAHI5HOUSE. Messra. DANKS and bog to inform the Manufactu- rers, Tradesmen, and the Public Ronornlly that they intend OPENING the above PREMISES with a well-selected jTOCK of the above ARTICLES. COJU-KTKNT WORKMEN will bo ENO.vr.BD, and Messrs. BANKS and CO. hopo by strict Attention to Business and Moderate Charges, to secure a share of Public Patronage. Full pnrtlcnlnra in future Adyertiaemont._________ A HEAL LTJXtfHY is HERBERT and CO'S F1IKNCH COFFtfK. SOLE AGENT FOR CONOLETOX JAMES HOBQKINSON., WILTSHIRE HOUSH. ALLEN'S MELTON MOWBIIAY PIES. HEDGE'S KOYAL CAMBR1DOE SAUSAGES. J Ii P H TAILOR AND A L T 0 N DRAPER, B H I O H.- S T R E E T _ ____ T is s FIE" L D CO AL The IVY HOUSE and NORTHWOOD COLLIERY COM- PANY (LIMITED) axe now preiiared to supply this celebrated ami well-known HOUSE COJU, liom Now PtU Nortrnvood. Orders addressed to the Manager at the Northwood Colliery, Mr. ELIJAH JOHNSON, 12, Mnlty-fltreet, will receive prompt attention. coal sent out by thin Company la pure MOSS- FIELD, free from any admixture, as only this one seam COAL is being worked, and is acknowledged to be the BEST luid MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSE FIRE COAL in North Staffordshire. Best pressed front and common BRICKS on M IU and Mrs. liOULT, KIIEPPARD-STREET, LONDON-ROAD, STOKK-ON-TRENT. TKHMS ON APPLICATION. E L E O U C" K AUCTIONEER, VALUER and COMMISSION AGENT, iS, HARLF.Y-STREET, HANLKY. JOHN KlfiEY, No. 1, M1LL-STKEET, tj TIIK RAILWAY STATION, Furnituri) Itcuiovcd to any part hy lloail or Rail, on tho ,'ihortest notice. All Orders will have prompt attention. Packers anil steady Drivers kept._____ TO BUILDERS. A LARGE STOCK of GHATES, including OVKNS and I1OILMIS, CL03K aril OPliN FIHK KITCHEN RANGES, KHLilSTKR and SHAM KKGISTEH STOVKS, At prices reduced in proportion to bhe drop in cool and iron, May be seen, at JOSEPH BAILDON ami Co., IRONMONGERS, NEWCASTLE, NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Mil. STRINGER begs to inform the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry, that having REMOVED to large New Works, built expressly fur Organ Manufacture, the address in lutuve will JOHN STRINGER and Co., S T O 1C E R O A D H N L .E Y The Works are six minutes' walk from Stoko Station. Dcsisms submitted and Estimates Given for CHURCH. CHAPICL, and CHAMUKK ORGANS. In, GI.ATISTOK-STBKKT, HANLKY. lE JOHN'S SliUAHB, BUHSLBM. T1 informs the public that he keeps at ihe above the Choicest WINES and SPIIJITS, he.st anil Dublin POUTER, anil Rohin- son'sand Co.'.s Srurkllni! Burtiui ALKS, in Hue condition. lamilies suppliml at Ertwery prices. R1CUAR1I HEAP, GILDER" LOOKING GLASS, WINDOW, CORNICE, and PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURER. Frames Ue-KiH. Tho I'rade supplied on reasonable terras. L'XCIIAMIK-BL'ILDINGS, BlUJAD-STUEET, HANLEV. H E N il Y P A X T 0 N JOINER AND BUILDER, OLD HAI.L-STHEE1ri_ N M O HANLEY. >Y E R S All the most Approved Slakes kept in Stock by JOSEPH II A I I. D O N AND CO. N K W CASTLE. Machine.! Hopaired iuid luado a-n new on the premises. B K A H M A Cf G S Mr. J AMES WALKER will now .supply a few sittings from his well-known stniinj at 10s. lid. per sitting. The prinluce of thifl have won priaes at all stuiwsfor some years. KEE1.K. near StiitronUhiro. TER VIS'S REFRESHMENT ROOMS. TEA, CHOPS, and STEAKS pit to at any Hiiur. Innners and Teas provided for any iiumher on a short notice. Moderate charges. 51, H I C; H S T R E K T, STONE. _ T'OTTb, NEW BOOKSELLER' and STATIONER, 51, Hope- street, HANLEY, imil Coveved Miirket on Saturdays. The beat price givtjn for hecond-hund Honks whir.h ni n nun hnwil In largo or small lots. IlEMOVINCi TO NEW PREMISES, 50', HorK-.STKKI'.T. U K N 1 T Li U E F U R N I T U K E I I PRESERVE your FURNITURE BRIGHT and CLEAN by usiuc the IMMEDIATE FURNITUUK REVIVER. Is known to Iw tlio be.-4 ever yet offorod to tho Public for Cleaning and preserving Furniture against damp and decay. Sold in (id., la., ami" Is. (id. linttlert. only by .1. H. WRH1HT, FRENCH I'OLISHEK, J, GRAFTON-STREET. HANLEY, (l.ato of London.) Who CLEANS KEPOLISHKS HARMONIUMS, PIANOS, mid HOUSEHOLD FUKNITI'RK, on very moderate terma. for tlui Trade iluildors doue. orders strictly attended to. LIMli I LIME LIMK I JAMES D. WOOD, of 9fi, iBucKNALL New- KO.VD, HANI.rY, tons to thank tho Builders and imhlle generally, ior the kind suppport rocelred, and to ln- iorm them that he still continues to Hiipply fresh LIME eFerj day from the IVY HOUSE und SHKLTON KILNS all onlers will receive prompt attention. For prices, iVc., applv as nhnvp. ENUINE SEEDS ONLY. THE "PENKHULL" PACKET OF GARDEN FI.OWF.R SEEDS Contains fourteen clioicc and favourite varieties, carefully selected for present I'rico Is., or post Iree, 14 Stamps. Also, "Packet" containing sovun choice varieties. Price lid.; post free 7 Stamps. BURGESS. KENT, AND SONS, PENKHULL NURSERY AND SEED WAREHOUSE, 4, LONDON-ROAD, STOKE-ON-TRENT._______ T W O O L F E GENERAL STEAM PRINTER ANB STATIONER, PAPER BAG MANUFACTURER, PAPER MERCHANT. 3 T A F F O U D-S T K E K T, LONGTON. LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Realised Asaota Life Asanmuct) anil Annuity Funds, Animal Income, Ovntlenien who nro desirous of acting as AGENTS, and who can Introduce business to the above Society, are Inrlled lo application. A Ubernl commisiion iillowed. FREDERIC GLKN1STER, District Mtuil 7, Jiiiyu   

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