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   Edinburgh Courant (Newspaper) - March 8, 1884, Edinburgh, Midlothian                                01hurth FOR THE YOUNG in FBSE XTA AssEMbLY at 11 o'clock. sx YOUNG-MEN-'SCHRISTIANASSOCIATION Messrs KULLERTON AND SMITH (Mr Spargeon'i Svangollits) will conduct EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS at QLFSATH TRSE ASSEMBLY HALL, 0.30 A.JT, Do. Do. 6.30 r M. Mos Do. 8 r.M. THCKSDAY, CAIU.CEEIR'S CLOSE NEW HALL, 8 y.M. BATDEPAY (future Sanjr Service at 7 r.M Choir I'ncUce In tho AwocUllon Hall. 14 South Andrew Street, TO-NIGHT, at Seven o'clock. Mr SMITH will be present. after rtefraylcg local espemej, arc sent to Mr Bpurgeon's KvangellitiG Fund. FuHerwm and Smith's Hvmn-Booki to bd bad at tho Door of Meeting on and alUt Monday. Cards (or distribution aDoonuclng Meetings for next to bo bad at the AuocUUon. t__ Set Eailu Advtrtitcmtnt.__________ EVANGELISTIC SERVICES will be held in tho FREE AMEJIBLY HALL, TO-MOBHOW E-VEMSO, at AddHssea by Messrs rULLEKTON and SMITH, Eraa- leliiU. Also (n the NEW MISSION HALL, 75 High Street, 7 o'clock. Address by Rev. Dr J. H. ff. O. Finding.________________ CHURCH of SCOTLAND HOME MISSIONS; Wra. KOfaERTSON, M.A., the Chnieh's Inpnty for Bern a Mnaloni Endowment, will TO-MOEKOW with reference to tbo above Subject u Forenoon, it 11. ST GEORGE'S Cavx.cn Afternoon, at 2.15, ST Sicpnsv's Cannco. f Collections in behalf of the Home Mission Scheme wIU la both Charehea on tbs following Sabbath. fDUCCLEUCH PARISH JL> Annlviisary Services .A.M., Rev. JOHN CAMPBELL r.M., Rev. J. M. ROBERT- pON, tbe Troa fl.SO P.M., Rev. Dr GRAY, of LIberfon. MA Y F I E L D CHURCH. SERVICES At P. FALCONER MACKENZIE, Sydney. M'GREGOR, M.A., Lady Ywters. Spuial Quarterly Collittifn at both S'rvicet for Con- ur putts. 11 ESV. j ALISON; D D. 10 y.a.. Key. J. M'MURTRIE, M.A, Collection for Heine Mission. CHURCH. BREAT. Services XO-MORROW Rev. A. WALLACE WILLIAMSON Afternoon. Rev. Dr MAC- 3SEGOR, T 0 R R C TO-MORROW EVENING, Service at J. LAXGWILL, Currie. ST ____GEORGE WILSON, at 11 A 6.SO. Spoclal Collection. SA CONSTITOTION STREET, LEITH. Tbe Rov. A STUART MUIR, D.D. (Uhnplainto wUl Preach a Sermon on FREEMASONRY" (attbd speclAl requ-st of Masonic in St John's Church, on Scsuxs E-IESJSO, 9tb iaitaot, 6.30. Members of the varloiu Lodgei wIU atiemble in tha Trafalgar Lodge-Room, Bernard Street, at Six o'clock. The Collection, nhlch it is hoped will be liberal one, will bo given to 3t John's Sunday School _______Divine Worthtp to Begin U 5.SO, SABBATH MORNING FELLOWSHIP UNION. The ANNUAL SERMON wIU be PwMhwS bytbs Raw. JAs. AITKJEN, M.A., of Lothian Eovl Tj.p. Church, in NBW EATABXUHXD CBCRCH, TO-1IOREOW (SABBATH) EVENING, at Seven at ths closo on behalf of the Union. Forenoon-.Rev. R. NIOOLL, Kelso. W. M. FALCONER. St Paul's Evening, 6 W. R. NIOOLL. _____ Special CoUocUoni at all Servioei. R p K A X G E E E C H URCHi Dr BONARat 11 and 2.80. HALL or VIEWTJLBK SCBOOI, (Mr 11 Rev. STEVENSON WITH Evening, 8.30 T.v., Mr D. M. TOD. M.A. The ANNUAL SPECIAL SERVICE will be held la MARY'S CATUKPHAI., OQ Tiioaaiuv, 13tb Inst. Matm at 11 A.M.. with Address by Rov. J. TREW, h-umbeiit ol S. John's, Greenock. followed by Holj Communion. All interuitd iiv foreign Miwioiu invittd TflPISCOPAL CHAPEfTlNVERuiiTH JLJ Morning II Preacher, The Rav. Dr CAZENOVE. Children's Serrioe. 3 p.st. Evening Ser- rles, 7_p.M___________________ ST U R C (ar Chnrch Eipenses Seraiom by Hev.Canon DOWDEN, at 11 A.M. and Very F.ev DEAN ol EDINBURGH at 7 P.M. CHRIST CHURCH! Servicea Communion. 3 A.V. Mornlog and Sermon, 11 A.M. Evening Prayer Ser.-aon, 3 r.w MORNINGSIDE SOSDAT MrGOURLAY, "The Higher Chili- tUa Lifo." Also, an Evacgelistlo Addreu. Hour of Keating. 7 o'clock. SCOTTISH "REFORMATION Tho ANNUAL MEETING of this SOCIETY will baheld in tbe HALL of the PKOTESTANTjxsTrTCTe. 170EOROB1V. Biiioot, on MOKDAYthe 10th at Two o'clock. CLARK In the Chair. The Rev. Df ALISON, the Rev. G. DAVIDSON the Sav. G MACAULAY, the Rsv. J. if'EWAN, the Rev A. WILLI the Rev. Dr WYL1E, and are to take part lo tha proceedings. Collection a: the Door in Aid of the Funds of the Society [68 8 70 MA Y F I ELD C H U R C H. CONVKRSAZIONK and CONCERT in tho LuutARV LSSIITOTE on TUMDAV. llth Much, at 7 p.s. Rev. ALEX. NEIL in the Chair. will be given by tho Rev. DrGRAY, Llberton; Uu Rev. P. r. MACKENZIE, Sydney and tbe Rev. A. S2NKZD7, M.A., Trlally College. 020. Vf, LINGARD. Ono LStsrary InitUute. BRIjTISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION AND EDINBURGH GOSPhL TEMPERANCE Mn JOSEPH LUCAS, of Sanderlind. will deliver Series of Seven Addrewei Jn AfiaEMitv HALL, comnoonclns on THURSDAY. ISth Kirch 1334, at S P.M., when Rev. Prof. BLAIKIZ, D.D., Preside. The United Evangelistic Choir will attend. Admlwion bv Ticket, Tree; a few Rewired ed. which may had from D. Macarn, 6 and 8 Cook- Miect. MO N" I i.v AIU or tax EDINBURGH FRENCH CHURCH BDRSARY, In the MASONIC II ALL, 93 Oxoxac STRICT On SATURDAY. 3J0 MARCH, 2.30. behadon and Wier WwtnMdar next from Meurs Wigbtraan, Wood i Co. Purdle, and Graham, Muslcsellws or (b7 letter only) from Pajteuri Maury snd Lenolr, 130 Ceoigc Street, and from D. Maclaean Esn ___ THE BENEFIT V AND DAUGHTERS OF MINISTERS AND MISSIONARIES OP THE TREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. INTENDING APPLICANTS for GRANTS at the neit of tha Fund are requested to apply for the ntoes- fcj ?che4alej. which iiimt be fUled up and returned noi KkHton in April. J. FORBES MON'ORIEb'F, Secratary and Treuurtr. _ 15 nitl_Street, EtUnborgh. MKcbl88i.___ [8872 OIX SHORT RULES" FOR YOUNG O aad THKEB FLORAL WALL Sixpence Eacb. DRDMMOND'3 TRACT DEPOT, SilnLiso. Fd ROYAL I N F I R M A R The Managers haiA ploasme In acknowledging the foUowing CHURCH COLLt-CTIOSS received to this date EiUBUSHED Ceurcn. Place... 13 5 9 b 0 Lonilon Road...... 3 IS 0 0 0, Lothian Road...... 14 0 0 1 0 OMornlngi.de-...... 17 0 0 8 IS ONewlngton........ 800 5 0 5 Nieotson Street... 8 12 6 1 16 CiSorth Leith a 2 2 Place. 27 3 4 7 1 S Regent Street, For- tcbello 500 RosoStrset........ 11 4 2 StJames'iPlace.. IS 2 0 Viewforth 23 6 6 Windsor Place, Por- tobello, 1332-SS 4 0 10 BO 1S33-84 4 11 3 EPISCOPAL CacROH. USainta1......... 11 0 0 Christ Church...., 10 0 5 OCollDton Mlislon. 1 12 3 St Andrew's....... 688 StC'olumba'a...... S 15 7 __. _ rft George's......... 8 Ii Old Kirk.......... 1 o 03t James's, Leith. 12 10 0 Portobollo........ II 11 llStJohn's............ 06 2 6 RobeiUon Memo- Do. MJsslon. Earl 0 Grey Street...... 0 IS 1 0 St Margaret's aiis- 0 ilon.............. 3 17 0 Marie's, Porto- 0} bello D 2 A OStMary'sCathedral 87 5 6 0 St 11 5 0 Cathedra] 59 ]l 1 31 Mary's. Oil mahoy 4 7 S StJohn's........... 3 0 OSt Michael's St Laonard'a..... 200 ..150 St lake's........... 2 10 0 Do.. 1833-31 1 6 3 St Mary's........... 2G 10 0 10 3 St Michael's........ 10 0 OSt Paul's....... ...lit" IS 0 3t Stephen's......100 10 0 Do. Mission 290 SraaUholm, Kelso. 0 IS Obt Peter's........... S 12 5 Tolbooth..... 5 10 Petal's, Muitel- Trinity 19 10 J, burgh............ 550 Tion.............. 10 0 Thomas'......... 44 14 S Unst, Shetlwd..., 1 9 fi Trinity 22 0 0 18 IS 10 BAPTIST. WestStQUes'..... 11 0 O.BriJto Place........ 15 17 9 {Dublin Sliect...... SO 7 5 Barclay............. 30 5 Street.... 650 Bnccleuob Street.. 504, COHOKEOATIONAI. Chalmers' Tenito- .Albany Street...... 051 Port) 17 11 7 Augustine......... 12 17 0 CowgateTeirltoriM 3 0 0 Richmond.......... 1 18 0 Dairy............. 3 10 0 Sydney Hall... ...100 Deaa............. 4 10 0 ROMAS CATHOLIC. Fonntainbiidge... 1 5 0 Grange............ 20 0 o] ton Street....... 5 3 11 Greyfrlara1......... 0 15 oStPatrlck's........ 6 10 0 High Church...... 15 0 OJSacred Heart....... 11 0 0 Ho.yrood........... 1 IS 0 JIiscEiiASioos. 20 0 Baptised Believers, Cnlrojs Dean Dumbledyket..... Elder Street Ferryport-on-Ciaig 5 0 Gaelic Church, jhlon St... 1 0 GbnihUl.Rou-iblre S 12 Greenslde....... 20 0 Lsdy Glenorehy's. 600 Lady Yeiter'a 13 IS Do. S. School 1 3 7 10 Lorao Street...... S 6 Horningilde....... 30 5 New Groyfriars'., 34 .Newhaven......... 5 0 Newington......... 21 13 North Leith 700 Old 11 rial St Aldan's St Andrew's St Bernard's StCuthbart's St David's........ St George's..... Union Hall..... 574 0 OiBonntngton Hall 0 0 Sibbatb School 050 John Km Lady Gletiorchy's. 5 10 Lybster, 4 ITCrie, Davle St. 1 Martyrs'.......... s 0 clBrishton St. Evan- Mayfield 10 0 CJ gellcal TTnion... 678 2 o "'Cliapel ot Fettes 10 0 College........... 20 IS 2 XeKington 750 Do 24 6 1 New North...... 15 0 0 Deaf and Dumb North Leith...... 5 10 0 Congregation.... 3 A 6 Pilrig............... 800 Edln. Indnjlrfal Plei Brlgada Sunday PortobBllo.......... 810 School.......... 100 Reay, Thtmo...... 2 7 Church, Roseburn.......... 610 Barony Street... 30 4 0 Roxburgh.......... 3 0 O.Harvesl ThanVsgiv- 3t Bernard's........ 010; In? Sendee held St Columba's....... S 5 0] In Wallace St Cuthbert'i...... 3 10 o' Green Presby- St David's.......... 5 15 0 lerian St 62 0 It John's 3 10 St Luke's.......... 16 0 St Mary's......... 12 12 StNUtian'i, Leith. 1 5 St Paul's............ 5 0 St Stephen's........ 0 5 Tolbooth........... 6 Viewforth 20 Berwick.......... 4 8 'Jews' Synagogue, h Park 2 2 i New Jerusalem i Church.......... 3 11 i Original Secession Chnich.......... 4 H Original SeoeuionChuich 0 7 UXIXID PBMBYTEBIAJJ Primitive Methodist ISO Canccil. Wesleyan Methodist S 10 Aigyle Place...... 515 o'stMark'aUnUarian 328 Arthur 1 3 OjScan dlnavlan Blmckfrlars Street. 1 7 Chnrch, Leith.. 200 Brlito Street 30 1 of Uroughton Place.. 27 7 0 Meeting-House, Buokhaven, Plevancft........ 2 2 S ailnister's El bis WanlockbeadYonng Class.............. 1 15 Sj Men's Christian Canongate.......... I 1 Ct Association, Ab- CollegB Street...... 13 17 7 Ington............ 2 10 0 Davidson Memo- St Giles' Cathedral, rial.............. 5 10 0 cu the occasion Dean Street........ 8 11 3 of ft sermon Hopa Park......... 7 10 4 preached by Di nl A DEMONSTRATION OF WOMEN WILL BE azLD iw UNITED FKE3BYTERIAN SYNOD BALL, CASTLE TERRACE, EDINBTJttGH, Ox SATURDAy EVENING TUB 22D MARCH, ON THE SUBJECT OF TOE PARLIAMENTARY SUFFRAGE WOMEN IS CONXECT10X TTITH THE COUNTS FRANCHISE BILL. The Chair will be taken bj VISCOUNTESS HARBERTON AT 7.SO P.M. .11 inlormation obtslnat. at IS MgLm.tt STKCST. ASSOCIATION. A GENERAL MEETING of the abore ASSOCIATION will be held In the DUKX SIEECT HALL, LEIIB, on TUES- DAY tho llth cuit., at 8 o'clock P.M. REGINALD MACLEOD, Latj., jr. of Maoleod; Mr J. P. B. ROBKRTdON. Advonato Mr W. D. TDORBURN, Advocate, MrG. B. 11. WyflE. Mr A. E. HENNIE, and Othera. will take part in the proceedings. Members of the As so elation, and nil holdiag Ccnterrative views, are invited to be pToiant. OS 71 RICHARD RAIME3, President. UNIVERSITY CONCERT, FRIDAY, MiRtH Utb. The following is the amended PROGRAMME STurjiNr'a No. 2............MmtWMoAii. EECIT. Aia." Laeola cb'lo planga" SOLO Klliair d'amore i CHORDS.................." The 'SOIOB i (o) Serenade...................................Rtff. I b (A) "Maiden W. Slmdedt Bennttt, t Apollo itrlkei OYSHTURI..........." Le None di PART II. 1 Spirto Gentil" Happy S. 7! E: Lees to tha Co- operative Con- gress, per W. y Stewart........ 12 C 0 Treamrer's Office. Edinburgh. 7th March "DINBURGH HEALTH SOCIETY.' Inflrinary Street.. 10 fl Do.. 1333-4 0 Klrkjate.......... S 0 The THIRD AN.N'UAL MEETING will be held THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, at Eight o'clock, la the FftEiMASOxa' HALL, GIOJIOC The Kight Honourable tba LORD PROVOST In tha Cliair. largo attend since of Mum ben and Friends la requested._________________________________________ DONTO" SOCIETY OF ANNUAL MEETING Of the ODOSTO-CHIBOEGICAL SOCIETY of SCOTLAND will be held in ths Rooms, 30 CHAMBERS STBKET, Edinburgh, on IB.VKSDA.V the 13th icst.. at 2 30 P.M. The ANNUAL DINNER of tbe LlcentUteiln DaoUl Surgery snd Members of tho O.C.8. will Uke pUce sime Evening, in tie B-LLUORAL HOTEL, at 6.20. _______ M. J., Hon. Secy. EDINBURGH ROYAL MATERNITY SIMP502T MEMOKIAL HOSPITAL. Tha AJTMJAL MEETING wUl be held in the HnrsuL, "Wssr LAUP.ISTO.V PLACE, c-n lOtb J.trch, U Half-put 3 o'clock, The Uon, tbe LORD PROV03T, Prwidsnt of the Hospital, in the Clutr. The (oliowiog, e-moncst othen, v.111 tike in tha pro- ALEXANDER WILLIAMSON, St Olles'; Dr WALTER CHALMERS 8MITU. Rav. C. J. RIDGEWAY, St The MASTER of tlis 5IEROHANT COMPANY, Sherttt COMRIE THOMSON, and LIVINGSTON. Esq. A Large if tarnatly deslrfil. By Order of the J TUP.NBffLI. SMITH, Secretary. Chitnbm, 23 St Andrew Sfiuiie, Edlnaurgh. fith March 1834. [688.70 MORNINGS ID E ATHENJEU M- HUMOROUS and DRAMATIC READINGS, by Mr ALFRED B. BOAK. on TUESDAY. March 11. at S r.M. Children Half-price. Members of the Athenwum Free. Tlctata nay be lud the Athsnsfum. NOW OPEN. THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF SELECTED HIGH CLASS PICTURES and WATER-COLOUR DP.ATVINGS. Ey the MOST ESTEEMED ARTISTS of tha MODERN CONTINENTAL SCHOOLS. 127 GEOEGE STREET. Open from 0 till 5. ADHJSSJOX (including One Shilling WM. LAWSON PEACOCK, secy. OPBBA Penslero Chonu of Students. Orchestra from Bdinburgh, Glasgow, and MancbMter (Halle'i Tickets at WOOD'S, and at PATxitaox'a, George ITTNiTED U figAND WORK SOCIETV FOR SCOTLAND. CONCERT "In Aid otFandsof above MASONIC BALL. EVXSINO, Marcb 13th. Solos by Miss CHARLOTTE D. HAMILTON, CHAELOTTE CLARK, Mr T. S. STJ1VENSON, Mr CUTHRLE. Mr J. C. DIBDIN. Mr HTTGHES. J. MACKEN2IC. 'Haydn'i Tuy Symphony by BAUD Boss GORDOH Hioo- .Axctmc. Chorus, "Sin; a for Sixpence" (first time In Part-Song, Mine" (ftrat W. BETOGMAN. CHARLES HAMILTON. Tickets, four Shilling! and Two Shillings, of Messrs Woou i- Co., Uessra PAMXSOM Co., and Meetii HA- Mn.ToyA itf 010.111, George Street.____ ED I N B U S T I Tl FOR RELIEF OF PERSONS LABOURING TINDER INCURABLE DISEASES, AND INCAPABLE OF GAINING A LIVELIHOOD. The ANNUAL GENUIAL MEETING OF SUB- SCRIBERS to the Institution, and of all friesdly to Its objects, will be held in thBRiiiomoelKSimmox ROOMS, 5 ST ANDBKW SQUARE, on THCMBAY the 13th of March, Two o'clock Afternoon. The Right Hon. THC LORD PROVOST In tbe Chair. This InstStQtlon, founded In 1805, itrea Pennons of a year, at their own Beitdencel, to 200 Pertoni within the City suflering from locGiable Dicewe end Poverty. The Directors earnestly solicit a full attendance, and a larger measure of support to tha Institution than it hu hitherto received. This is at urgently required. JOHN SCOTT MONCRIEFF, H. LYON, Secretary. Edinburgh. 7th March T.STEKXATIOMAL FORESTRY EDINBURGH, 1834 Patronage BEE MAJESTY THE QUEEN, The EXHIBITION will OPEN DB lit JULY NEXT, and will Remiln Open for Three Months. The OBJECTS to be Exhibited erabrace EVERYTHING CONNECTED wiin, or ILLUBTRATIVI or, the FOREST PBO- CBctft of ibe WORLD. FBCF SPACE for SVoBiuiis's MOCCLC and LOAS COUXCTIO.V3. MEDALB, MOJ.CV PRIZES, and DIPLOMAS will be Awarded. Far full paitlculirs u to Cluaei, Spice, kc., apply to GEORGE CADELL, Secraury. 3 GEORGE IV. BRIDGE, EDINBCRGH, SPECIAL (or SPACE must be received not latar than 31ST MARCH 1834. THE ANNUAL MEETING ol the SUB- SCRIBER3 to 6T GEORGE'S LOCAL DAY SCHOOLINSTITOTION will be held in the Schoolroom, 10 YOCWO SXIIEBT, on MONDAY the 17th init., at One o'clock P.H. ARCH. SCOTT, D.D., Sec. Edinburgh, March 7, _________________ MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND A COURSE ot SIX LECTURES on the ARTIFI- CIAL HATCHING of the FOOD-FISHES wiu be given in tha LECTURE HXLL o! tills Muieano, by Professor COSSAE I3WART, during Iho present Month, on the following J6ih, 22d, iSth, and 20th (FBIOJLYB and at 3 o'clock r.M. Admission to the Lectures by Ticket, wklch can be had on application at the Museum OD the days of tho Lectmes. [618 A MEETING of CREDITORS the 1 ate Mr ALEXANDER DEOWN, ot 15 Lntton Place and 4 North St David Street, will be held in Hems LYOR t UOOMB, No. 51 GtOBfiB SlBMT. OU TDtS- OAY FIRST, the llth nt U A.K. J. FOU13ES MONCRIKFF, Judicial Factor. 15 Hill Sweet. Edinburgh. 7th M.ireb 183i. ALL PARTIES having CLAIMS aguiist tho late WILLIAM BLAUKWOOD. Writer. Peeblei, are requested to lodge them iFitli W. A; Vf. SMITH, Writers, Peebles, wltMn Kourteea Dayi from this date. Petblftt, 1st 8 QUEEN'S EDINBURGH RIFLE VOLUNTEEE BRIGADE. IsSUE OP ilAETISI-HKNUY KIFLES. Applications far theie Klfle  SOciKTVS Bl'LL SHOW and SALE at KKLSO, f-B., ArKii_ Prlies for biiorthoru Calvsd on Jat Jtauaiy Non- Lntiiei Cloie 2fth March with Sicai- 37 WMd Kelao; or any to "n-lKned. l ntry Money, 5s. Ballot on 2Sth. tn b, on 11 A.M.; Judging thereifter; K'Ul, [51881 GOLF The SPRING MEETING of CLUB will tako place at PRCSIWICE. on Wedueidiy, April at Half- past Ten o'clock A.M. The CLUB GOLD MEDAL and the ST. ANDEEW'S CROSS will be competed for Immediately after the Budneu of the Meeting hat been transacted. The Score fo: the Medal to determine the Scon tor Cross, WILLIAM J. MUSE, Captain. _ HARBY IIAKT, Hon. Sacratiry. A GENTLEMAN, for Twenty Years Fanning in New Zealand, and now about to proceed to Mexico with a rlew to taking up country there, desires to meet with a Travelling Companion. X Y. Post cQtopweU; __ ___ [d_7S R 0 O M SUITE Alb, do.. Mirror-Door Wardrobe. Marble- Top Tile- Back Waihstand, Looking Toilet Table, Eedcfde, ISi. The tame In Polished Piae, all awn manufacture, lOl. Do. Fainted, 10 Articles, 17i. 6d. E. CRUTTENDEN, SALOONS, __ BHANOWIOEt PLAUE. [w S S2 SMOKED FISH Our Famed FINS AST HADDOCKS and LOCHFYNE KIPPEESlorwarded ufely to all paiU of the Kingdom In Boxes, 2s.. ?t. 6d.. St., and it., delivered, TiTvrui JTHE CENTRAL FI3H SHOPS, LAiAU a Petition has beea presented to the Sheriff ot the Lothiaca and Peebles at Ediaburgh by JiJirsBaows, Plater, rwldinglc Greanock, and Peritr. Bftowy, Elvetter, Port-Glaagow, the Executors-dative Qua two of the next of kin of the deceased JAMES BEOIYX, of tbe deceased JAMES BROWN, Pawnbroker in Greenock, nha dUappeared in June 1SB2, and, f6r tha purpose of The Preiumptlon ot Life Limitation (Scot- land) Act, is presumed tohavo died on theSlatday Cf December 18C9. thattha Caution to be found by them Executott-dative at tha said deceased Brown may ba restricted to the mm of One Hundred and Twenty Poundi All iu tare sled Are required, in terms o the Interlocutor of tha Sheriff, dated 4th March l88t, If tliey have any objections to the prayer of the Petition feeing granted, to lodge the same with the Cterk ol Court within Ten Days from this date. WILLIAM B. OLEN. 6 North 6t Aadrftw St., Edinburgh, 7jh Match 18SI. Firm of BONNAK CAEFEAE, latnly carrying on biudaeiA u PAINTERS and DECORATORS at 77 GZOROB Sntxy, EDIXBUSOB, and at GuuiriE. woa DISSOLVED by mutual consent of the Subscribers, tha Partners thereof, on :9th December IsSs. The whole AiseU of the dissolved Firm have been con- veyed to the SuiucfUBEit, ROBEJR.T CAEFEAE, who undertakes to Pay and Discharge ail the and Liabili- ties of the dissolved Firm, and will receive and discharge its ROBERT OAEFBAE. THOs. BONHAE. JOHN BONSAK. AIXZASMJI CAMFBELI, of 51 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. Law-Agent, IVirneji JAMES HEBMOT. of No. II South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, Law-Clerk, Witneti. With reference to the above, (fcj O OBERT CAKFRAE has en tered m to J-tl PAETSEE3HIP with MOXON SON, 9SA Gcorga Street, and it has beea arranged that their Joint Badness will be curled on, under tha Firm of MOXON CAEFRAE, at 77 GEORGE STltEET, EDINBURGH. MR THOMAS BONNAR, has arranged to carry on Business on his own account at 127 GEORGE STP.EET, EDlJfBUECH. MR JOHN BONNAR'S present Addresfl is 15 LEOPOLD PLACE, to which all Biuineit com- muBJcaUooi should a 68 JOEL AND GENERAL ELECTEIC LIGHT COMPANY, LIMITED, CONTRACTORS TO H.M, GOTERNMBWT. This Company is now prepared to make CONTRACTS for LIGHTING 8TEEETS. MANSIONS, MILLSj FAC- TOEIES, ENGINEERS' SHOPS, Ac. Applications for Estimates to be m   faiw ix L BOSWELL, INDIAN, MILITAJIY, CONTJNESlAl, AND MAEEXAGE OUTFITTER, PORTMANTEAU, BAG, ANDBF.USH MANUFACTURER. 8 VAKOVER STREET. 3790. JAMES DRTJMMOND, '1 HOPE STREET, Wett End Prtneu Strut. two to Day Wear. Paris PrlM Medal Pur London GLOVES Day and Evtatns; Wur, Jnvialls Sites. Silk. Black and Mills. fws PERSONS nquiriaR CERTIFI- _ J CATE8 to deal in EXCISEABLE LIQUORS witbla the CITY or EDINBURGH tor the Year a giye in application to the Town-Cleik, at hU Often, City Chambers, on or before Monday the 24lh day of March cart. City Chambers, fith March 18S4 C Ob1 All PERSONS in tbe COUNTY of EDINBURGH, eiceptluK Leith, Portobello. and hiving oeca< lion for CERTIFICATES tot LICENSES for Retailing SPIRITS, WINE, ALE, and TABLK BEER, for the year, moat apply for them to the Justices ol the Peace for tbe County and will obtain a printed form of thi Application on applying at tlie Juitice of Peace Office, County Buildings. Edinburgh. All Application! mnst Ailed up and lodged at said Office on or beloie Kooiiay, Slit March, Objections, If any, to the granting or tenoning ol must be lodged with tbe Clerk of tbe .Peace on or before Wednesday the 0th April, The day for granting ii Tund-vy the 15tu April next, at 12 o'clock. Jnstloe of Peace Clerk's Edinburgh. 7thMarch O N. CA U T The Fnblle ate War THOMAS WHITE, Mrs 8MITB, Also a WOMAN who states that her hoaband Is a aod a Wftll-aretsed FEMALE, who has 1, 2, S children. Particulars at ASSOCUTKW ran iMrKovmo IKE Cossi TIOX  la Scotland are removed. These- BeguUtions Uke effect from and aftar 7th Match 1884. By Order of the Local Authorities. PATRICK "WELSH, Clerk of Supply ol Stirlingshire. THOMAS L. GALBEAITH. Town-Clerk of Stilling. JA. WILSON, Town-Clerk of Talkirk. Stirling, 7th ttarob 1654. TUB fMPROVEMENT OF LANDED ESTATES SNCLQSiyS, CLEARXXG. AXD TBS fSXCTION OF fARM BUILDINGS AXI> COTTAOJSS. TBE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY (rneorptrnttd 6y Spee'.al Act of Parliament) ADVANCES To LAWBowSEfcs is SCOTLAND (whether LirznxHrxu or for the Ercetloo of TABH BDILDIKOS and Ccnruou, and for the DRAIXAQE, EXCLOSIVO, Ctraiusa, aad GlSKEAL IXTKOVCMIST OT LAUDED PHOHilTY; the amount borrowed, with the being charged oa the Estate, and repaid by A CDAKOK tErmlnating In 25 YEAHB. The Company Is also prepared to itcelvo applications from Landowners to advance money lo enable them to aubicribe for Sbaies in Companies for the of BAILTTAVS and NXVIOABLE which will bene- ficially affect their The Subscription Money, and ;he apentes incident to the traniaction. can be Charged on ;he Property, and made npayablB by way of Anauhy, over period of 25 yean, All further particulars and forme of application may be obtained of Mesara GiLLKsriE PATIRSON, W.8., 8U STKIKT, EDISBCJIQB, Agents for the Company In Scotland; and at the Company's Otllcu In London. T. PAIN, Managing Dirietor. EDWIN Land Loan and Enfranchisement Company, 22 Great George Street, Westminster, 3. W. _ 88 SPECIAL NOTICE TO PARTIES FURNISHING. JAMES GRAY SON, JlANUj'Aciciu.vo IROSMONOKEJI, invite attention to their Excellent Stock oi HOUSEHOLD 1HON- MONGESY, GEATE3, FENDEUa. TILES, GASFIT- TINGS, mod KITCHEN EANGES. which embrace mauy important ImproveinenU. CATAIOOUKU AND Pnict-I.iaiB Fno. tnarktd in txtrtmilv Moderate Pritu. Strict personal attention to every Order. EIPEKICKCCD WoRtutM for Alterations and Ecpalrs. JAMES GRAY SON, MANUFACTURING IEONMONGEKS, S5 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH. Braatii. WJUT NjswixotoJf, fdx NOTICE. MR D. PAGE and Mr W. RATTRAY, for many years with Meurs Taylor it Ttirnbull, lo; South Bridge, will Open, at 8 SOUTH y RODERICK STREET (3 doora from Princes On BlAJicii 181H, as TAILORS, SinimtAKKiifi, and OuiriXTzita. February 25, 1894. COEIOUS. OLD, AND RARE BOOKS. GEORGE P. JOHNSTON. 21 HANOVER STBEET. EDUTBUROH. Catalogva Post tne. Lioraritt SoiiflJU, Agent for Arber's Post ____ [m w s 103 MESSRS NORRIE Co., CHIROPODISTS IDS STfiEET. CCKK COILNH, BuMoxa lie., without FAIH, IEODI 12 till t; Saturdays, 11 till 2. Evening Hours, at S Hori PARK BQOARK, 6.30 till 7.30 On Tuesdays and Wednesdays Mr Norrle tea patlenla ii Olrsgow, at BLAIR'S HOTfX. 86 Hath Street. fE wn UNITED STATES MORTGAGE A COMPANY OJf SCOTLAND, LIMITED. CAPITAL, tn Shares ot each, of which U Is Intended per Share only shall ba paid up. First Issue, Sham, payable 5s. on Application, on Allotment, and the balance as may bo required, at lnteim.li [ol not leu than three months, and ID OUDQB ol not more than 5t UPWARDS Or 11.000 SHAKES HAVE ALREADY SEEN PRIVATELY SUBSCJtISED. DIRECTORS. JOHN GIFFORD. Esq., 1 Marehmont Terrace, Edin- burgh. Wx. HOLMS, Ktq., 40 Dnitnahenih Garden, Edinburgh. J. MACDONALD, W.8. (of Meun Auld Mec- 21 ThiiUe Street, Edinburgh. J. DICK PKDDIfi, Esq., S3 Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh, JOHN SilART, Etq., S.S.C. (of Mcuis Morton, Neilson, 4 10 York Place, Edinburgh. B. XORRIE, raq. (of Metro Torrlo, Brodle, 53 George Street, Edinburgh, JOHN U3UER, EMI., of Norton. Mid-Lothian. FRANCIS BMCTH, Bin, (of Meiiri Francis Smith ig.JDiraidrandOfluralAfaiiBfftirmXmerfca. it BAKE or EDINBURGH, LOSDOX, and SoJfcttors in AULO MACDOSALO, W.8., 21 Tulitte Streat, Edinburgh. MACANDRBW Bum, C.A., 13 York Place, Edinburgh. IVOEI, W.3., Edinburgh. EDIXBUF.OH. Thte Company ti ipielalty Intended to meet the demand which exltti in the Southern portion ot the United Statee for money on mortgage on land and product, but power will be taken to do butlnetr in any part cf North America. The Southern States may be said to open up a new field, aa the builneu of the Milling Mortgage CompanlM baa been largely confined io tlie Northern Statei, and only latterly bare a few ol tlieie Coiapanlu found tbe great advantage! afforded by the South, where they hare been remarkably luecetiful in the business undertaken. The gnat natural wealth, fertility of toil, and fine climate of these States had before the war secured for them the posl- Uoa ol tho wealthleat Statei in America, aod the wonderful redevelopment of their resources, and their rapid itrides In ludoitrial progress during the last ten yearn, am well known. In eight Sonthern and Statei the taxable value of property le estimated to have Increeied 10 per cent, la the lour yesis ending 1883. This ii probably without parallel in io large a region of country. In the eight Statei there were miles of rattiMdfa 3879, aad in 1883, and the value ot raw in these ii estimated to have increased per within the eamt period. The tncreua In population and wealth of tbeM States la expected to be very npld, and they hare undoubtedlya great fatnre before them. The binds of the South yield In cotton from to per annum, or, in the ume year (the growing season being alrooat a crop of oaU and a crop of which together are of equal value to the cotton crop, and realise renta of f 10m 93 to per acre pttr annum In inferior dis- tricts, aad from to In others. The cotton lands of the world are of a limited area, and the consumption cf eelton goods is annually increasing. It U well known how Important to agricultural success is an abundant supply ot cheap and skilled labour, aad tlie South ii the only portion of the United SUtci which enjoys this gfeat advantage. The biulnesi of the Company will be of the moit cautloni and character, and It Is Intended that loans itull, as a info, be repayable by annual Imgtalnenu coveting both principal and Interest. current rate ol inteiest paid on Mortgages on land In the Southern Statea Is from eight to ten per cent. thus leaving a Urge margin far proflt. It will be ft special feature of this Company to accumulate a Jargn Reiervo Fund an rapidly as possible. The icrvicei of Air FXAKCIS SMITH, of .Messrs FRANCIS Sunn COMPANY, Vic.ubu.tg, Mississippi, who baa for twenty yean conducted a Hide nad extensive bnslneu In Mortgage Agency with conspicuous stuceii, are available, and a provisional arrangement hoe been made with hi-q. Messra FitANms SKIJR CoilfjiKV have invested a large amflnnt oV money with very tattsfactory rdinlts for several of the leading Ameilcaa Investment Computlej In Scot- Land, and the Firm and American friends will subscribe lor and bold 6000 Shares, being one-fifth of the present uue. The success of ilmllar is well known. The allowing are tianip.es of some of Coin party s'ew Zealand Trust Loan Coy. Scottish American Invettment Com- pany Scottish American Mortgage Co, 15 14 Rewtva Fund. No proractlou moaey will be paid by the Company, and no conincU been entered into, except the above arrangement with Mr JJIASCIS SMITH, which, with tho Memorandum and ot AtiocUiioa, may be icea at tbe Offlcoi of tlio Com piny. CopiM of the DETAILED PROSPECTUS and APPLI- FORMS may be bad (it the OFFICES of the CQltPASYaad the BANK of Offico and Brinchea; or from any of the bllAREUOLDEES of the SCOTCH STOCK EXCEAXGES. TO DEBTOKS AND CREDITORS. 1.1 MILLER, otbcrwite JOHN MILLER. MtulctelUr. Ko. Nicolion Strent, Hdin- burth, having executed a TflVST-DEED for behoof of his CREDITORS in favour of JAMEB TEAFSOS CALLUH, C.A., No. 11 York Guildinia, Queen, Street, Edinburgh, all FABT2E3 tiavlnt CLAIMS ag.init tbe .aid JOHN MILLIE are requested to lodge same, duly vouched, with, and tbOM INDEBTED to him are requested to mak'o payment to, tbe or Subscriber within Fourteen Days from date. AND. WALLACE, Solicitor, Leith, Agent of the Truifee. S Bernard Ltith. March 1884. [63 70 STOCKBEIDGE DA Y 10 ASD 11 MACKENZIE PLACE, EDINBURGH. Open every Day except Sunday, from 6 A.M. to 8 r.x. Children. rKtiotdjrosn tin) old and For Children of Jlolhus obllgod to work oat; they e well fed cared for. Upwards ot 50 Children attendaace. INFANT HOME FOR MOTHERLESS CHILDREN, AT SAKE ADDRESS. BOYS' HOME, 4 BXVTOH TEULACE, GaAitow EOJLD. HOilE, 2 CiUJOHOUC CBEBCEST, Cluldrtn recehtdfrom months old and Charge, 2s. Od. a week, but there are many Casoi for whom no Board can bo paid. Tha Bumbtr of Children in the Homes to be entirely Supported, Fed, Clothed, ana sent to School Is 42. Subscriptions lhaukfally received by Mlu Stirling, Hon. Sec., Morleton, Wardia; or by Hiss Auld, Treatorer, 6} oi-thumbotlflnd Strett. Dr Lrrri.Ejontf aptaki of the Nursery as "Pnbiio Health Office. Edinburgh, Dec. 31 1S83. My official ezperlenctt ot the working of the bridge Day Kurwry and Infant Home U of the moil favourable detcriptlon. I be; to itstlfy to its ctreful management, and to the benetlU this InitUatioa coafeir CD the poorer districti ot Edinburgh and Lcltb. D. Lirrmoay. M.D." 'ALMORAL HOTEL, EDINBURGH, JL> 01 PRINCES STREET. Under the Patronage nfihr. Royal Family and XobMy, Winter Uuioxxziai. TUMB. J. GKIEVE, FBOrRigTOji. B Meura A. ALEXANDER CO. have pleaiore in re- comaieadln{ thii now Celebrated of WHIWEY, La referring to the undernoted RtroRT o! ASALYHIS by Dl STIVESSOS Analytical Ltboratory, Surgeont' Hall, Edinburgh, 20th June 1S82. "I have carefully Analynd umplei of Dtamoat' Scotch Whliky. obtiined from different and find mcb to be a genuine, wall-matured, and fint-cUia Sphit, and lo IM free from noiiooi JM.- prcgnatlon with Futei Oil or other delelerloui hi- FredienU. I can therefore recorommd the 'Dandia Dlnmont' Scotch WnliVy aa ot pure acd excellent (juallty. "STEVZNSOX MACADAH, Ph.D., Lecturer In ChcmiBtry." To be hid from all the principal GJVOCERS and Srturt ID our LabeUod and Capiuled KotUev. Each BotUt Ovaraniotd to contain l-Cih ojemlnpcnal Gallon, Salt A. ALEXANDER CO., VINE MERCHANTS. ________ COUFER STREEI. TO DEBTORS AND Jjl WILLIAM FINLAY, CowfaeSer, No. 80 Coburj Strut, Lellb, and Confectioner, ic-, CowRatehead. butch, having Executed TRUST-DEED for Behoof of his CREDITORS In favour of JAMES PEAKSOS CALLUM, C.A.. No. 11 York Queen Street, Edinburgh, all PARTIES having CLAIMS agKlnat the said "WILLIAM F1NLAY are teqneited to tha IAOJC, properly vouched, with, and all thote INDEBTED to him an re- (liietUd to inakt payment to, tba Tnutee or the Subscriber within Fourteen from this date. AND. WALLACE, Bollcitor, Leltb, Agent of the Truitee. 3 Bemaid SUtet. Leith, lit March 153 J. f6S 70 SPARKLING DINNER WINE. srstiM ovrtf. CASTS D'OR SAUUV1, A WlHK SO. par dox. Quaitt; 191. dot. Flnttj RUTHERFORD KAY, WINE MERCHAUTS, 120 GEORGE STREET. PIANOFOKTES, HARMONIUMS, AMERICAN ORGANS, DT TQK MOST ArrnorxD OHN PU S3 TBINCES STRUT, CaraBLIBIUCD 1804. RDlE'S, An aod varied Slocc alwayi oa band, (ion tkoM ratiabla (or SCHOOLKOOX PRACTICK ap to thihlituat clui for tb. DRAWIXO-ROON, tor HIRE, cr OD tho TomcE YBAmi' SYUKII. at tba Molt aledarato BatN. [a THE NEW MOURNING ESTABLISHMENT. -----MOratJINO OUTFITS.------ MESSRS D. 4 R. ANDERSON supply, una of the Largeit and Cbolcett Stock] of BLACK GOODS In Oldui to .EJ extent for family or IndlTldual MOURNING, promptly and correctly executed In tbe latest Fuhlon, at Strictly Moderate Chargei. An Experienced thoroagbly quallfled to advln, lent with tbe Naweet llodele In Drtuei, Mantlet, and Alllllnery to all parts of Town and Country when de- ilred. SERVANTS' JIOrjBNIHG rURNISHID AT REDUCED BATES. 80 GZOXOB SIKDIT, ED1KBURGE. fill? IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. T FILS Bet to tbat they have now Commenced their AHKV AL CLIUUXO SALS, when everything will bo brought toward at SPECIAL BKDTJCTIONS. TBE f BENCH BOOT AKD SHOE WAREHOUSE, 89 GEORGE STREET. _ ____ [mwi 110 ALEXANDER has OPENED that COAL DEPOT, 1'ORT.HOPEIOUN', to continue the HOUSEHOLD COAL BUBINES3 io loo; carried on byhii Brother. Vlnot JEWEL COAL, lit. ed. Delivered. CLKAB anMtias DIAMOND, lot ad. PeBmad. LEXB. K IB Kw 0 0 D SON, 8C1L EnoKAVKnx, filAHr CUTTIKe, to JAXU' BOUAXE. Edinr. Established 1328. PRIVATE CLASSES. OOKKEEPING AND WB1TINS, ftc. ACCOUNTS. HC ytJu ttnUf MB SIRACHAN, 45A GEORGE STREET. ______LADIES' CLASSES. 2 iq_i P.M.______ THE .LD SCOTCH WHISKY. O1 ELENNIE, OPTICIAN, hoa REMOVED to 15 SOOTH ST ANDREW STREET daring Rebuilding of Princes Street S PECTAOLES EYE-GLASSED PRESERVERS, 21.. 0. M., 3i. Od., 61 Of. M., 7i. ed.. lOi. but can ba lor tho dght nELB-GLASSES. OPERA-GLASSES, I2i. ea., iKi., :oa., 251., soi., 455., sos., BiHOilETEES. ADLE01D3. 171. M., 25i.. S7C.. 3St, 40l.t 70k. LENNIE, OPTICIAN, E. It ST ANDREW STREET (A Aw Doors i'nnru Streetj. fra viz I E S' C K. SPECIAL KOTICE. BYfl aow Ofitriog SpKJkl Value in LADIES' WATERPROOF CLOAKS. la ordHt to olMr oat btton SUKk-Takioff. Tha Goodl an of tbt Vtrj Best and H'arrantft4 Thcrottgittv JToUrrrottf. CAJJTOH CLOTH CLOAKS, BLACK, 61.. BEST CANTON CLOAKS, BbaCK, BtUE. Bftows, and Cjicr, 10S. BEST CANTOS CLOAKS, ELierao FjioorKD, to. BEST SHEETING CLOAKS, 10S. 6D. EACH. T. Ca lo draw the attention el their automate specially to these goodi, which exceptional value. THORNTON" COJIPANS, PATKXTZES, WATERPROOF ASD MANOTACTUKEE3, 78 FBLNCES tho _ E1MXEUB.QH. __ 135 GliOEGE STEGET. DYJIOCK GDTHRIE'S SELECT Garden, Flower, and Agricultural SESDS for present lowing: Gladiolus, fcc. Priced Cataloguei may be had, post free, oa KKTDVKX Soss, 15 Princes St.. and Leith Walk, Edlnr. T668 BROTHERS LIMITED, Safe PnprittoTt of THE VICTOK1A REGINA PAPEES AJ.T) Gltatd or Sftclal Bain or Qrcatt." Used by Her Majesty Queen, Royal Family, fcc, ix., And by the Kobllltj, Gentry, and Ciubi throajchout the Xinfdom. Jfe Oharnt for Diet of CEEST, MONOGEAfil, or ADDBXSS. Stunpta Frtt, ML Goodt Carriage Frit WATEELOO PLACE, EDINBUILGU, J. M._ADAiISON, Director. WFERGIE, DENTAL SDBGEOK. may be Consnlted Daily on all Branches of hit Profu- sion. Painlut under the ivjtutn.ce of Oxide Got. SOUTH CLERK EX.. EDINBURGH. B HOUSE LAUNDRY, All Hand Labour. No Machinery, or other dHlmoUvei used. Eaoh Party's Linen ttpatately, and dried in open air. All Goods sent for and delivered by own Schools, and Public Institution! MtimaUd for. Piicc-LUt sent OD application to tha Pro- prletrew. Mm D. MATHISOX, at tho 161 CACBX TCAYBIDE. NEWS AGENClf. 13 HANOVER STBEET. ROBERTSON" SCOTT Insert Advirtlscuieats iu Ldlabargb, Londoo, and all Hooeftnd fc'oielgn Newipaperfl Prices. for insertion In wy iiumbet of tts tha moat favourable Unn.. Edinbnrili. 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