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ISLAY WHISKY

W. & J. MUTTER,
BOWMORE DISTILLERY, ISLAY,

BONDED WAREHOUSES41 ANN STREET, CITY; |

CENTRAL STATION, 204 ARGYLE STREET.

GLASGOW. The above Whisky to be had bij ordering throuylı Wholesale Houses and Brokers.

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ESTABLISHED 1333.

CHALMERS & SON,

Furnishing Ironmongers, GASFITTERS, BELLHANGERS & TINPLATE-WORKERS

6 5 UNION STREET, GLASGOW. GRATES, FENDERS, GASALIERS, HALL LAMPS, and every description of

House FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. Alakers of Charter Boxes, Deed Boxes, and Travellers’ Sample Cascs.

The “Mistress” Cooking Range

IN TWELVE SIZES.

At the Society of Arts' Great Testing Competition, at London, of 204 Stoves by all the Eminent Makers, this celebrated Range of SMITH & WELLSTOOD, the Manufacturers, was officially recorded First and Best upon 25 per Cent. Less Fuel than all others.

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SMITH & WELLSTOOD,

Columbian Stove Works,
DIXON STREET, ST, ENOCH SQUARE,

GLASGOW. # A L BU MS. SALVAGE SALE PURSES. SALVAGE SALE.

+ POCKET BOOKS. Sale of Salvage Stock, slightly soiled by water, at less than one half original price.

MACKENZIE'S *

IV est-End Izribrary,
183 SAUCHIEHALL STREET (Fine Art Buildings), GLASGOW,

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Vublishers,
EDINBURGH.

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NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF "NELLY'S TEACHERS.”

MINE OWN PEOPLE.

BY LOUSIA M. GRAY. Crown 8vo., 6s. "A decidedly clever book. There is a healthy and reverent tone about it which is most welcome. It would be well if there were more stories of the kind.”—St. James' Gazette.

"Seldom met with a religious novel so well written, and from beginning to end so interesting”-Public Opinion.

“Much that deserves praise both from the artistic and from the ethical point of view."— Acailemy.

“Skilfully and pathetically told, as only an observant student of human nature could tell it. llas greatly interested us by its simple beauty, tenderness and wisdom.”British Quarterly.

ARCHBISHOP LEIGHTON:

A Selection from his Writings. EDITED, with MEMOIR, BY WM. BLAIR, D.D., DUNBLANE, with Etching SQUARE 16mo., 2s. Od. “Will henceforth be ranked with the choicest biographic gems in our language.”Glasgow Mail.

SCOTTISH DIVINES.

A Tuird SERIES OF THE ST. GILES' LECTURES. Crown 8vo, 5s.
"A valuable addition to the biographical literature of Scotland.”—Glasgow Mail.
EVANGELICAL SUCCESSION LECTURES.

FIRST AND SECOND SERIES. CROWN, 8vo., 5s. EACH. “Choice productions, and should be found upon the shelves of every Free Churchman as well as of their I rother Christians generally."-Christian World.

Household Library of Exposition. The Law of the Ten Words. By J. OSWALD Dykes, D.D. 3s. 6d. [In the press. The Parables of Our Lord. 'By MARCUS Dods, D.D. 3s. 6d. The Temptation of Christ. By G. S. BARRETT, B.A. 3s. 6d. The Lord's Prayer. By CHARLES STANFORD, D.D. The Lamb of God. By W. R. Nicoll, M.A. 2s. 6d. The Galilean Gospel. By A. B. BRUCE, D.D. 3s. 6d. The Speeches of the Holy Apostles. By Donald FRASER, D.D. 3s. 6d. The Last Supper of Our Lord. By J. MARSHALL LANG, D.D. Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. By Marcus Dods, D.D. 3s. 6d. Adam, Noah, and Abraham. By JOSEPH PARKER, D.D. 35. The Life of David as reflected in his Psalms. 3s. 6d. EDINBURGH HEALTH LECTURES.

FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD SERIES,

Each, Cloth 1s. 6D.; PAPER Is. “It is unnecessary now to say one word about their value. They have won success in the city, havo been imitated all over the country, they are all plainly written, and are full of valuable information."-Scotsman.

MARTIN LUTHER.
BY THE REV. PROFESSOR SALMOND D.D. PRICE 4d.

Edinburgh: MACNIVEN & WALLACE.

PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE.

Existing Assurances, £7,000,000 Annual Income,

$300,973 Invested Funds, £2,300,000 | Claims & Bonuses Paid, £9,591,000

Photographic Artist and Portrait Painter,

92 WEST NILE STREET, GLASGOW. Branch & Printing Establishment--RAVELSTON COTTAGE, UDDINGSTON.

* The Man about town" in Quiz, writing anent some of our photographs a few months back, said :-"They are not only truthful likenesses, but beautiful works of art."

The other day he again said :-"I have before praised Mr. Macnab's work,
l-at these are certainly a great improvement on former photographs, and
Guld scarcely be bettered.
BROKEN and every kind of Old Jewellery, Precious

Stones, Coins, Silver Plate, Antiques, &c.,
Purchased for Cash or taken in Exchange.

GLASGOW OFFICE-32 RENFIELD STREET.
AGENTS WANTED.

G. J. Lynn, Resident Secretary.

FOUNDED 1806. COUNTY FIRE OFFICE. SPECIAL

} £25 Per Cent. { RETURN OF FEATURE

PREMIUMS GLASGOW OFFICE-32 RENFI: LD STREET. AGENTS WANTED.

G. J. Lynx, Resident Secretary.

A L LISON,

Manufacturing Jeweller, 197 EGLINTON STREET (Sign of Large Clock).

WATERPROOFS.
LADIES' REVERSIBLE WATERPROOF CAPES,

Strong, 9/-; Handsome, 12/6; New Electro-proof, 18/6.
GENT.'S TWEED

TWEED WATERPROOF COATS,

10/6 21/- 30/ 35/WATERPROOF CARRIAGE APRONS, BED SHEETS, &c.

CART, STACK, AND HORSE COVERS.

RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLES FOR INVALIDS, &c.

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OF

JOHNSON & MACBEAN,
India-Rubber and Waterproof Manufacturers,

4. WELLINGTON STREET, GLASGOW.

FACTORY-Wellington Mills, Port-Dundas. CORDED CLOTH & TWEED TROUSERS, 3/11 to 13/6

CHUBB'S PATENT SAFES. Capilai Fit, Fashionably Made and Remarkably Cheap.

Chubb's Patent Detector Locks, THE FAMOUS 8/6 TROUSERS,

of all Sizes and for every purpose.

Street Door Latches with small & neat Ready-Made or Made to Measure.

Keys; Cash, Deed, Paper, and Writing Can only be had from

Boxes, all fitted with Detector Locks.

Iron Doors for Strong Rooms. THOMAS REVELL,

Ilustrated Price Lists Gratis & Post free 115 Gallowgate and 243 Paisley Road, GLASGOW.

Sole Agents

W. P. LAIDLAW, PHOTO G R A P HS

80 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.

GEORGE STEWART & CO., THE LATE REV. DR. BEGG,

92 George Street, Edinburgh. Alsa, of the Ministers of the Principal Churches in Town, may be had from

BOOKING OFFICE
ORMISTON & GLASS,

For Saloon, 2nd Cabin, and Steerage Passengers and 108 Queen Street (Opposite tie Exchange),

Emigrants to all parts of the World by BEST LINES GLASGOW,

at Lowest RATES.

SPECIAL AGENCY FOR
NEW

'Guion,''National,''Cunard,''Allan,' 'State,' & 'Anchor Co.s

For Canada and the United States, AUTUMN COATINGS & TROUSERINGS.

•Currie's' and Orient' Liners. E are now exhibiting our New Autumn Coatings and For Cape Colony, Australia, &c., and all Good Steam and WE Trouserings, which for value and choice variety excel Sailing Ship Lines to Australia, New Zealand, India, South

America, West Indies, and the Pacific. that of any former season. The selection of New Tweeds for the

Assisted Passages to Canada and Manitoba Celebrated Three Guinea Suit, and Seventeen and Six Trousers,

Free and Assisted Passages to Queensland. will satisfy the most fastidious taste ; in fact, we seldom or ever

Information, Pamphlets about Fares, Land Grants, &c., Free on have any difficulty in satisfying our Customers from our carefully

application, or posted on receipt of Stamps. selected Stock. Inspection and comparison freely invited.

Queensland Government Emigration Agency for Free

and Assisted Passages. HUGH MORRISON. 51 & 53 JAMAICA STREET,

MOSES BUCHANAN, | Glasgow. 1, 3, 5, 9 HOWARD STREET,

62 BUCHANAN STREET, GLASGOW.

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SPECTACLES,

EYE-GLASSES,
FIELD-GLASSES, TELESCOPES, BAROMETERS,

Superior Quality at Reduced Prices,
MAGIC LANTERNS AND SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE.

Sacred and Secular Subjects. Catalogues Free per Post. GARDNER & LYLE, OPTICIANS, 53 ST. VINCENT STREET, GLASGOW,

THIRD SHOP WEST FROM BUCHANAN STREET,
Late GARDNER & CO., Buchanan Street. [Established 118 Years.

REPAIRS SENT BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
NEW CENTRAL PROVISION ESTABLISHMENT.

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NOW OPEN, these commodious premises, No. 7 HOWARD STREET, for the supply of First-Class Provisions, at Lowest N Cash Prices. Belfast Hams, Home Beef, Country-Cured Bacon, Boiled Beef and Bacon Hams, always fresh and in splendid order. Butter in prime condition at present, weekly supplies from the best Markets.

Cheese in great variety, including Ripe English Stilton, Old and New Cheddar, Dunlop, Canadian, American, Gouda, Gorgonzola, al First-Class. Tinned Goods, all the favorite brands. Butter in Firkins, Half-Firkins, and Crocks. Cheese and Hams in Whole and Halves, at Wholesale Prices.

GOODS DELIVERED DAILY IN CITY AND SUBURBS.

HUGH B. WILSON,
Cheesemonger and Provision Dealer,

--7 HOWARD STRE E T.-

(Second Door from Jamaica Street.)

MAGNETISM-Nature's Health Restorer.
COATES'

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Waist with P.0.0.

Special attention paid to Ladies'
Appliances. Price, 15s to

£2 2s.

Magnetic Soles for Cold Feet,

Sample Pair, Post Free, 2/6.

JAMES COATES, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, Glasgow.

COATES' CURATIVE MAGNETIC APPLIANCES

Are the most perfect and effective of all curative agents submitted to the Faculty and offered to the Public. Almost

MIRACULOUS are the cures effected by the Scientific or Hygienic application of MAGNETISM. Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica ; Nervous, General, and Spinal Debility, Asthma, Bronchitis, Congestion of the Lungs, Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipation, are among the many derangements which succumb to this Medical Agent.

DO YOU SU FFE R ? Send at once for our “Catalogue” and “Curative Magnetism.” Consultations by post or personally at rooms Free of charge. MEDICAL TESTIMONIAL EXTRACT.

LIVERPOOL, 17th May, 1880.

curative agent. I have mnch pleasure in recommending Mr. COATES Magnetic Appliances (he being a reliable and practical magnetist) in preference to others.

WM. HITCHMAN, M.D.,

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England. CLERICAL TESTIMONIAL EXTRACT.

ANNIESLAND, BOTANIC GARDENS,

Near GLASGOW, June, 1882. Your Magnetic Appliances are excellent and are sure to do good. I would not do withont your Belt. The Spine Band supplied to Mrs. Dun las been most invaluable to her.

WM, D. DUN.

GLASGOW BIBLE REPOSITORY, 143 SAUCHIEHALL ST., LAY TESTIMONIAL EXTRACT.

GLASGOW, 30th May, 1883. The Special Belt which I obtained from you three months ago has given me the utmost satisfaction.

R. L. ALLAX. The above selected Testimonials speak for themselves and the value of these Appliances. N.B.—The success of these Appliances has caused spurious articles to be foisted on the public. Be good enough in all cases to write direct to the sole Inventor and Proprietor. Money returned where appliances are not approved.

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JAMES COATES, M.E.
MAGNETIC AND HYGIENIC DEPOT, ROYALTY BUILDINGS,

62 Sauchiehall Street, Ġ LASGOW.

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