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   Edinburgh Courant (Newspaper) - September 11, 1884, Edinburgh, Midlothian                                iili UunlXC OEOAK 01 IDE iiivHlVATIVE PAETV. i 1- GILES STREET, Edinburgh, v; Ft-air STR.ST. in, all Class-. In Zdlnborsb, the Comities, and tha North ol Scotland. influintial circulation among tbe C, if, anil Ihe Educated and s-ro- tlie Country. ol Hie Conserratire Parly ''luir.it all th. irceirts tbe latest and best politl- w J I'M ton its London OBce, 47 MOIIM--M. In time fur the earliest A CONSERVATIVE DHaiONSTUATiq.V mil be held .the COKN EXCHANGE, 'on the EVEN- KG ol TUESDAY th. 16th last., at Seven o'clock, woraopenat 5.30. He Don ol BITCCLEUCll and QDEENSEEEKY, K.T., la the Chair. The Eight Hon. Sir STAFFORD H. KORTHCOTB, B.rt., M.P.; IV.; tho MAKQUI3 o! "fitnttnl flottces. SfKiTER MEETING TO-DAT, 12. BHP.I.Y JAMES JOLLY._____ One Penny Each. I1UCT TIEPOT, STIBLINO, K.B. ____________________Idi >ns COMPANY, LIMITES L Hi fiEBENTUGK HOLDERS ii. TIIC COMPANV. Mil September 18S4, and within Ute i crunipany. No. STREKT -IJiin 1'ni.voLE andAxnRcw ItLacE. 9li- :.v i t, e I 'irecton ol tlie Company, and IJi Ft Vincent Street, Glasgow. following Debentures were r- i ii, 14th- Nos. 694 D 0 'i e 304, 339, 351, 3S3, i-. S71, 57S, 578, 678, cs., Others, will late part In the proceedings. Application lor Tickets may be made to HID Secretaries ol tha varioas Conservative Associations in the South-East ol Scotland, or to the Hon. Secretaries JAMES liECJCK, 1 Hon. II. W. ADAIE, (Sees. EmXBCJton, 107 PRIXCES STREET. Oth September 1S84. Sfecial Traint are btitig to be run qfltr close tit affetinff. _____________________ r rKh-Nos. 370. Gl, 74, :i 133, 133, 151, :1.', !IS, 217. 224, Ill, 420, 423, W. J47, 555, 744, 763, 763, 770, li 0 LECTCKB TO-JIOHUOW EVENING at S by Major BAILEY, R.E. Forest Snrvejs. INTERNATIONAL FOUESTB EXIH111T10X. Under ike j'uiro.ittfle v{ THE QUEEN, TUE l-atUiuE OF WALES, Bands ol the ROYAL SCOTS IJKKYS, ic. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS KKILL1ANTLY ILLUMINATED BY ELECTltlO LIGHT. DELIGHTFUL EVENING PROMENADE. OPES from 1C to 10 r.M. Admission, Is. Children under 14, Bair-1'rice. SEASON TICKETS, 1 EXCURSIONS ami PARTIES of 20 and npwai 0 i Admitted a; Special on application to the Treasure OtflClAL CATALUOUK soW tiuiife the (Ml I fNTEKNATIONAL FORESTK I X. EXHIBITION. The LAWSOX SEED and NUKSEHY COJIPAPi respectfully solicit inspection ol th EXHIBITS, both Inside the IMldinj (NORTH-WII. and on the Snow GRO u to the Committee Eooros. wiieio personal attention at t Uusinesa Office will be giren to The i the Corporation. twestaVsner bMtlnjta. iu.US t.  od, and by Itesolutmu of the Countil, in south Wales Act. 4S Victoria, 1, a teil of per annum to redeem (d INTERNATIONAL [or lament are payable at TflOBBSTKV EXHIBITION .ui'Mbrf j all D.benturei drawn lor! THE i BEITISH RUBBEK co- A. B STEWART, Director. JOHN CAMEKON, Hanaiier. Joli.N KAY, NoUry.PnUIc. ll'CAlEDOSIAN HOKTICULUEAL IMPORTERS AND LOSA FILK MAXDFACTUUEia OS INDIARUBBEK, Exhibit a Variety ol Product Manufacturer] by them for the use ol t Teitile Manufacturer.. Chemical Manufacturers. Engineei TiiEibiv. 17tb and 18thSeptember! P-ailways, Collieries, Iron Worki, and I CASD uch Day and Evening. Agricultural Purposes, of whiiil, Inspection 1 to la.; S to 10, fid. invited. .ill Ic 10. to Private View at 12 o'clock, rich, to be had at Wood Co.'s 1 -m'i. and also at the Office of tbe i [250 4 d 263 .Tiu.N NOTICE. CRUISE to da liSIl Slui'KllOLM, CUONSTADT 02 PRINCES STRhET, KUINBDRuil. EWMUJ {C CHAr.Lonc Si., MAA'CUESTEI 57 E.I 15 OSWALDST., GLA3UOW. 13TB, and a Trai ,i >tnehurch Street Station at .m Yichting Company, Limited, I1--'1 [S558 Jiv SAILING! M'tAMER A.ND COACH. LSTIKLISU, ALLOA, AND lit b-iluon M tamer JSTIKU.V: CASTLE" feather. 4r.} Leitii to .Mloa. __ A.M. T.U. A.M. P-.M. 11 11.30 6.50 6 11 _ 8.30 3.80 8.30 ibm nil uoaeh f Alva, 64; SliiUoj, Sj. September. 12 Noon; I WAllDFX." Ttroajh klrd par- rauenean will U aUlowea LtaTing Loid Wftidca ten la. LUNUUliONS, MNNJEia, AND TEAS. Luxpmocs Lames' ANU OEXTLEMLN'S UiMso-ltooMb LAVATORIES, KKTIRINO AMI, CLOAK UOOMX The tcifA Sepurnle Jor LAWKS is speciallj designed lor llieir Convcnltnce and Comfort. PARISIAN BUFFKT TEAS, COFFEE, 1CE3. ic., AIWAVS KCADI- _______________________ J. GRIEVE, Proprietor. JRJ'OETU BPJTISIt RAILWAY COMPANY TRA1XS LtAVX TSK H'At'EilLSY STATION svisBUnaa X oi. WSKK If A YS. SVNDA V KiaGiantonat 6.30 9.30 1.30 4.0 M C. 10 8.SO 1.30 Z.IS 9.1o'fl.'j5 A'tt" AlfiiJHllt......6.30 7.45 9.20 11.0 2.25 4.20 [6.35 7.20 7.10 6.50 9.30 1.30 6. 30 7.45 11.1> 2.217.20 fl.'JO 4.SO 7.20 6.113 10.30 2. I. 'Ji 3. HO 10.30 0.21 r M, 'J.J.V 4.25 r X. BOTIIWLLL M 6.30 7.4i 9.20 11.0S.S5 13th September. 'Ul'.uiSE KetarnioB M 12.30. Fine, 11 and CULE035. TRIP. BK1DCE TSOUKa, j j 2.35 9.2C lO.So'ff.SO r M I FitiWAvIlts 10.SO 4.26 10.30 r.M. 9.20 P.M. CALLANDKI; 6.10 9.10 CAfcLiSLK. 10.30 2.35 4.2B 9 10.30 9.20 r.M, g.30 7.4.V 9.20 li.O (1.20 C.3J 7.20' 2.35 9.20 10.30 9.20 1 bvHOtlt P.M. .....MUC. i 6-30 9-3) 3-30 7.20C.SO 4.1ft "LOI'.D WAUDES 1 riaSUrliDg 6.10 8.30 1.30 3.55 LculBg Sooth QUMDdeilJ I-.H. Fue ed I 0.16 S.2i 9.0 (11.30 Sat.) 2.0 4.C1 I -fin.-! Fwe, IB. r, WORKS M. F. OALLOWAV. PASSAGE. ABEEDOUR" i X ll A L W A Y. C.50 1.40 B.25 3.0 JG.lfi A.M. J 10.0 ll.Sb 1.0 2.0 35 18 A M ftlnet. 1.6 (..0 7.10 b.5 College.... 6.3O 9.20 11.0 2.25 6.30 9.20 11.0 2.25 4.'Joj 6.30 ll.o 2.251 M... fi.30 14.20 7.20 2.2M TRAINS fiom SCOT- iU'llwm Jioiile until the, WwJi'Wj.10.; A-X. -.'AO e.o 1 e-o I C i AH.jp. H. 1.30 P.M. i 1.30l 1.30 10.55' 1.30 4.60 1 9.30t 4.40] 4.40 129 5.12i 7.35 1 55' 7.80, 7.30 4 K f.1 8.5 4j S.li. 451 8.30 A.M. SUIT. 0 9.50 11.L 2.2f> [-1.20 7.SO 6.15 7.40 8.25 fi.O 1'J.O [11.30 2.0 4.5 6.0 7.10 (3.5 C.30 ii. KiaaiitliBgt.HtS.aul.aa 7.-'u J.MM- L. 10_0 J0 ,4 12.-102.50 10.15 lO.li tlO-40' ,30 'iSO 4.23 9.20 P.M. 2.3i 4.25 0.20 P.M. VtaKautC'BllO.O 10.15 12.10 2.607.3010.1u! l.'.407.30 10.15 A.M. A M 1 9 "0 p M 10 10 8'2t( --Si 9.20' If.'JU r.M S.40 10.30 1.40 2.36 I FiaGranton., 6.80 1.50 4.0 T. 6. BO 4.25 JR [10.15 10.407.30 10.15 1 N. 7.69.2U 10.S5 5.50 C.30 6.30 7.45 8.20 ll.o 15 i U.20 7.20A.M. p.M> 45 Pkuua... 6.65 10.40 (2.0 Sat. only) 8.0 t.fr P.M. 4.16 s! S.t.rrt nV 7'10 3-10 P.M. FM FETH.aWno'10.0 10.JI5 2.60 7.30 10.15. I.KO 4.0 7.20J 6.20 12.25 I.SO' fi.15 A 7.10 9.10 r u, j. 2.60 7.30 10.15. ftSit i i Si (U.SO 4 5, 2.S5 4.25 9.20 9.20 P.M. by T-SninwkedT U.301X.25 6.16A.M. UlAtUnlant Tli f 10.15 18.40 2.50 7.30 lO.lfi! to tbe flO.40i7.30 10.15 Tlckili I SLBEPIKO Me run by thn 9.20. 10.15, UA.vt.ir "ttached to ftaii 10.30 from KdiuburK.i to London. WITHOUT EXTRA) Xbrough Carriage! can beiecnied on _ V1 to Mr JAHM M'LAKEX, e-TablM. Worth BrlU.t, omeei, Edinlmtgh, BY OttDEit. J. WALK Kit, (Ji for Sewerage and OYAL LYCEUM THEATRE, GKISDLAY STRKKT, LOTUIAN EDI.NJIUKX.II. LAST THREB NIGHTS. MRS LANGTBY. Supported by Mr CUAULES COGIILAN And a Company oE Acknbwledgeil Ability. So Free List. Press alono Sept. In compliance with numerous re i we its. B. C, Stephen son ami Clement Scott's pl-iy P K K 1 L. TO-MORROW and SATURDAY, SHK STOOl'S TO CONQUER. SIORXIStI 1'KKb-URMANUE. SATURDAY. SEIT. 1.30, SCHOOL V U ft S (J A N U A L. to Open 0.30. Commence 7.45. Over 10.15. I'rioes, 6J. to Os. Hie Vit SUlls, Auipl.ttbtatrc, anil i-alltry C.30 to 7. tilra. roui riacs at 1'atcnons' anil 10 till 4 OYAL L Y C li U M T H E A T U K. btpT. Six N.UUTS ONLV, .MJ; TUItKY, la A. W, VIOTO'S ur.R.nil Comedy TUE UOL'KLT. OYAL I1 KI N C E S S1 T H K AT R K. TO-SIGHT- at 7. LVN.VK. Wltll C K A M U N 1' 11 It 1 U ir. .1 -ike amount of Debenlurw in- Supported by ilbi SIAIU.luTl ,.tul Ler LouJoa Com par. j. of dim t, _ over I and ol K.OOO, which liavc matured eu lor. by the of tin "Mo Act Isio, 4J leucvci It det-ms fit, to Uk.t aniiu, fs tins will bi; Juno Lifore i at the prtstnt time ut City ntt tliU is wpldly increasing of345 aa may attend. tied to the hiRiicst bidders. MONDAY, bLriEMt.i.i: 1 .tli, and Su.liviu's !'UI.NCfc.-rt IUA I'ljii at Uootitt Lo.'t, 49 (.eorga hlteei, MI I) G K T L B K 11 T II ALL TillS AfTCl.Ni 2.no, 7.UO. LA.-..' LI.K uf ttl'NUI UKUL nit; iiACVi-.LLuus uinuj I'lASiar, LOTTlti AltKLlNA Oli LAI1A (1U Years of And fAVOUa tHullt of VOCALISTS. Farewell ending Ulli. hir. 7 AUCTION MAUT, LAUR1STOX STREKT. THOMAS liO.S.S, Livu at-o.-It Agcul ami Auctioneer. SALKS o( FAT STOCK every TUESDAY FRIDAY, ll 3 P.M. prompt. lid TIIUUflUAY, at M Jill AUCTION "MAKT." DEAD MCAT every MONDAY 3 t.u. OLIVE EDISliUIlClI. -MEstr.i OLIVER SON will offer .it tlieir SALE TO- AIOCHOW tb? Usual Supplies uf Fat Stock, Coin men cing -l o'clock prumpt. ruELU STUELT. (tli x HE EDIN.iUROH MKAT MAKKUX COMPANY. XAINRLIUCE aut! dhMl'LK STREET. itt: Tni at Tlueo o'clock P.M. tale DAH.V. froi.. G A.M. WILLIAM Matwgur. j XT K W T 0 li s 'J' B 0 S W K L L SI I.WE -STOCK SALK. I -S rtALrl 'I FATf STOCK, MILK COWS. A.C., uu MONUA.Y FlItaT. tLi 15TI1 htlT. fa li a. mi] -A.. iloimwctnrerB, Pitlochrr, StW iiricea. I'arcoli tii-7 iioodjt. l owut i and Tnuiki. itUJt Rregor, '2 (.eorfju Street. BLINDS- ______, _, -t> Grove Stnet. V( VeoeE and llolUnd Wliiilow Blimla. ftttlBI tt'H.-d.-tiie' I ami Pii.utJ 21 Ht-w-.-UfLi. ..la'iojany, Ulrth, art a, "J AWN TE.N lie.. Lutitluu ij Own mike (Matcli) id. i ami l-ta I'rntecion. (llbiou 3oM st ccui, S. At iin-sclit Uie .in. uver 1OCU, lii'i'l ul ttie I1AI.LUT U ou rlMHAV I.AilBS. Muiiilay bvcniug, IGlli. Kiitrit; 12-4 but DO teni !i Ttindera a other than e ation. Itfuo laclndiBir a fraction l so much OD all' distribution will be J be reiiuired iu follows, on application. cent shilling tit to be A C A D K M Y. ED I N B U K C H A C A I) K I -.nii'.l bv .WIT, 9 ge 11'. Tha NEXT SKSSlnN ol tlie LUINIlUU'iH AUAtH.MY will C.jninieiKn on Y thu 1st OCTOUEII. wlitu en MILL'E', for Uiis aili; ou solicitti Me ro-c. OU. l.nt ANNUAL .SALi: K S T H i If L A N U S T U C K, T T tt> JUILS .M i ui.n, I u( I'nltAilm li liic Moi L mil hoi.li by 1'bblL Auai.m HI KUIM, i'oi.r.i n u, on 1 Ill'l.L. -Mr 1 TWu-VLAi: fit'I I bi. E Uf t. i c1 1 OM 111 br.il I'olUl 0 I OW-i, l.r.'.l 11 3-YEA1CDLII bre.l b> IMullocli. VI, 3-Yi AK-OI.U STor-i. AYKSmi.K IILIKERO. iiH.it. 'J AVU-.IIJRi; in L'ai( HO CAST ill.A" Kt'AChn I.-., bittl by i't l> Adl'.U I'.LACKFACEI) TL'l'-. uLAuKtMtED TLI-S. i ami L-.ath-.-r Tri.etliu' 1'rn.ei. MHCKrcgur. '2 JArES. Id Solid Ltatliei lit LJrcitJj yir, T, lmt tomi aireel MUI" I'dnras 10 iW >7 I.a. rule, all Orilen br I'osl.e.rif rjlu HaAjo" anil tivc. for Flstius aud i... to Orjor .1 THE CJUEKN'S 'HOTEL, ROTHESAY On tha lUv EsPLA.sAi-E. Four .MinuuV U'alh rroui tliL l'ivr. Uaautifull Sltiut-.d. t-.d. and (iiouuds itttached to tlie Hotel. Uoarded Week or Sloutb Tl.a Tarlir will 1.3 fuaud v.ry teaioniblc. MACl'llEllSOX. l-roprltlor Late ol inverary. ri1l JL Acn.-, ihu itar. PUi.tailona. ot r] istl ul theKrounaa. CUmjUo 1e.ols. null to I.CM.U lor bi Iron ly j.j PEEBLES D mtliij JAMES SMITH. PKIVATK CLA M'.'09 I-rfw at the Mellxnrao K Barometers, Theiuicniute i ol tlity M Held Opera C OIL LAMPS. GAS LAMPS. JAMES GRAY irllo ol Iheir Season's Slotk ol AMI'S. to L.rs. Selection. Many ol tl.o at citrcniol; M-ukrat. Prices. we at a consider- GIVEN IJ liKI'AlKS A Itw I tin Uid Tcr Irom last e ATTEMIO; JAMES GIIAY SON, lANUrACTUHIM) AND OKNKKAI. rillufuil 85 GEORGE .STREET, TURKISH "BATHS 17 CUUKUURN STUKET. Itoopentd. Itomnlclhil, anil Estenileil. Attendant late W'avsrley llnlropatlilc. Mtlro.c. [d x .L ijROTiiKits, LIMITED" So'.'. Proprietors o] THE VIITOUIA ICKOIA-A PAPKKS AND ENVELOPES, or Sftcutl Free from Ilaii, tho Nobility, Gentry, and Clubs IhrtraJhoul Dgdom. Usid by llor II, !ei ATEEI.OO PLACE. EUl.NKDIUiH. JAMES DHUMMOND, 2 STKbET Torchon LACES-Oulpure, uulls, ana Skirt Frllhns, Scarls, [nith 275 Siocbs, Slmrw, A. S. COCHUANE SOKS, STOCK AND SHARE BROKEBS, 110 CANNON STREET, LONDON, E.f. Stocks or Shares Bought or Sold at Market prices. Accounts opuned from jKr cent, cover Options granted at close Market prices. Clienti giving Banker', reference, or depositinj stocks Shares, are Dot required to pay any cover iu advance, 'rospectus and Investmeni Circular, contalninir safe Anil i U.U. or N'Sf excellcDt references good Needlewoman, can roako MKKCIUNT TUl'.S. The Catils' ainl S! -i, arc r.f the punst iJtuinc the llo.idftji, Ajipln u'.ivins fur Ecn linci.t khoi: In. tii lln.l, ard Ru-is (roui thu ktuck.i ____ ____ __ ALLANUKK Jl'v OIIOI'ATJIIC. f.nl mjy All the Cl.i-.sc. In V't.i.-ou'd Colleju furDojafo ntlt Stsiiun i.rti lillud A. KIRK S S.C., Stcretary. IU11, H Ilimuver stuet, "Otli Auju-d ISssl. lit :jj MO11AY lIOUsK I'KAC'l'I.'SLNt; SCHOOL Tin, NJJVV nn i i i! c? MplciuLtr. I'luspiLiiuea may Imil Irora th'- .Jiin.lur I2J30 L "i" ht hlucti will IK: aohl in the uriic. iu which it u ciJleru f..i th 2T EU I N 1. U I; U 0 0 L .S A L K S Mr t N svLi: will bo h.-ld on WhUNI.iIxl u. I' -re nowu, fur Mlin.li (.nsUun.Fiit, .-ill U ,1. [jx LEITH WOOL 11UOKKKS' The l.rol.uia flud imit uru-i uf sALLS to Uho plicc aa f.illox.g id OL yf the Unuit of uiiti, la tho iuiiut.di.itb vi< iiiity of llvtt Ltdi, the f.ir-fkuii-d Truiijcljii, ftiid Locb Kaitriuo. Uuuun. TiiTlditi. dpiay, und ether Dlonei Hour. i.. 30. tjocil L'jcli FUhlu; jB-l -.an he at EaubL3l..iim.t. iu itij i'C-r Proaptctiu nt.d adUtc--! Lhe Id UII NAVIGATION. MARINE KNtiiNKKKING AND DRAWING, SHIP-DiiSlGN, Groceries Jtc. SUHUOL (MARtsr. DOCK PLACI.. LKITK. louadeJ in umlcr a .MiouU: of the Uoitd ot Trado now ainUr II.M. Kdut-ilion IJepavrtiiicct and tha I.ucj Shfiipiiii; Authorities, is Open DJT Ereniui; (or tho above aubjccls. and for M thi- of Tmdc hiAirnm-tions of M-islcrs, .md Kiisliuen. HKLKNSliUROK. ALlDKNLEB SCHOOL FOR lit) VS. Iroiu 7 October 1st. Xo Day I'uiiih. Terms, fror.i -O tlnincas. Huuse. ic., ppcn tn iD-pcctitiii at nny tinic. Hoys from India, Ac., received. References to I'.rcnts. lutti Sept., at 2 ADAM SONS, .t t'O. .it is Noon. HAM3DK.V ".S NALI. hy I ublic Koup, thn o mattd, tLu .icors hiMM-o: KH; ll.'-O L.Vl.L'H. Wood is wll gruwn ..ml ID j-onil A 11 L 0 W I T Z. wpiilie I to llt-t .Mnje-ty ll.o both Houses of t, and all tlie load'.n.- I.onlon Clubs, ir. A.C. 'Jhc tir-Wur, of i3d July lbS4 r, porting cti the Kxlilbiu at tlu I olcr national JKilUi Kxl.tb.tiuii, "Ono of I tut iiriin.lpil In Cni-.ro AKutiiio 13 oci.-i.pk-d by thj varied co.iccLlon cl .M-jUresir.s apj.rovsil Jlunfdrlau U tncj. 1 iuii uf wriiich hi public tatiiiiaticiii Quitut.r time aoi (.on.pctlllon l.avo het-ii able to dis.tnlj aUAXUKKtiKII. UM1TEU, MIJ.UKI. LV.NF, K.c. I'KI. r, LIHT-) I.K DEI, FKSE ox AFPLIVA fao 5 flO 4 t) 74 tfthe Gtn'rnl A.-wn'jly of tht Chvrth Tlth hay is I'lihlished. APPENDIX TO THE SCOTTISH HVMXAL. 1. Lunepnmer tjjie, auti bound in cloth, It. II. Nonpareil paper c-.vcrs, 2d. An KMIION WITH Mu.sin will bo puMi.'itd us early {loaibk-, the additional Tunes havinR IMO.I already srlecUiI. WILLIIM BLA  1 uo la far bettor tlun Blue XVookitt'a JJluc Is perfucUy barmleu. cckitt a Doeanot rot the I into, Xiieckitt'i Blue. Itefuso all Bottle Blue. c ck i t t'a JPl u e Superaeilwi all otliera. PARCELS POST. Sl'KClAL KATES IOK ADVKHT1SING IX Tills COLUMN In rOUKASr and EftXISO tlfKtss. ]2Tltiiei. Times. .8 Times. [8 Os. 50. Us 34. 2? i lO'l. us. sd. fid. 36 Is. M. Is. Od. OS. 3d. Is. 9J. Ij. od. Is. bd. 3d. Thioiish aho.o ananonunt. Advarli.or, can h... Hi. liuUlcitr 0( l'.wr, at ONI: INSTITUTION JLl Foe MUTUAL LlfK AaSUKANCJ-; ACCUMULATED JC4.000.00.J. Working CrptJifti mxler C trrctiit. Jnrumi; I'jid ImmediNtcly on proof nf !Vatli and [tli anb Juruisuuiqs. U S K T S. MIIE SALOMON, SI J KKR AXLt IllfOKTCn OF I.AbtU' 1ND ClIiUHtKS's (JOUHKn, Is now showing NOVELTIES la sinall CKISOLETTE'. ltd JUTUNd combined, for Pnaienai.ij ami Kreniog Alto Latest NovcltUa in Hiah CURSKTS. Speciality pour Embonpoint. [wur EnUaU. 15 STKEET, KU1NUUIIG11. FHBNCII BOOT AND btiOE AT 3d SntKltT. d] UKVALKM'A IIKALT1I FOOD. WIIOLIiSAI.h: hON'd 11 10LTH ril' ANIIIthVV hTUEKr. IM.I1AM STREEf. BIIHAHEU, SCOTT, h CO. 1'rlco 2s. l'KkJ3c. u( ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES, iy the application at after comparatirelf few jean, LIFE ASSOCIATION OF SCO1XAND. J.inuul llrtenut. I.OA.V-I ON- REVMUHOSS, i.i tdinlui-jh. 3J bt, Glasgow, ISJSt Vincent .St. Unduii, l I.umUrd Street. Dundee. ;i In-lia Jltticlcs litlnnttd. ACCOL-.Yf I10UKS. r.rflpl.l.ts, .krcrintlun ul Wa.to 1'apai Adcotk ,i( (-UUiuilno Street I ,mrt. d t llimKS. Ledgers, .Itscrlptlon of' Wrlttea and I'rijitcd I'aiMirs remauufactuie Wanted. Vc.uo.ed ou the 1'reniisej. atoras, 'Jo Caiidlcuijktr I'ow I'1' ANTHjUH snil MnJeru SJIvn- I'lile, iiiacmuds Ptsrli tuius, 1-aue, .urcs, lleud.fituii, llridje COAL TAR T T IOK ISFECl'IUUi DISEASES, WRIOIIT'S COAL TAK SOAI' I'OB 8KO WEIGHT'S COAL TAK SOAI' yUK DELIOATB WRIGHT'S COAL TAK SOAI' r'OU PIMPLES BLOTCHES WIUUHT'S COAL TAR SOAI' IfOU THE COMPLEXION WEIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP rOK XOlLliT, B4.TI1-KUOM, li NURSERY Sold cvcrjnhcrt. TAPI.HS, Cd. i Is. noxsii. Is. 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