Galashiels. PAINTER Wanted Immediately. Good General Hand preferred. Apply to John Davie, Painter, Alyth. • ■“VENTIST ha* owning for Pupil and Apprentice. F Apply between and 10 a.U., South Tay Street. 0 DBAPI:RS^ASSISTANTsT Wanted, a Hand "for Three months from Dt July. William
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The total eradication of popular superstition is, perhaps, among the rarest things that take place in social history. No matter whore the locality be, in town or country, or whichever of the three King* doms, among certain classes particular credulities, almost equal in their cr
DEATH OF M.P. Mr R. Lay cock, Liberal Member for North Lincolnshire, died suddenly a*; Eastbourne on Sunday morning. only arrived there Saturday in his usual health, but suffered from inins in the stomach. Medical aid was summoned six a.m., but he expired before eight o’clock.
SUBSTANTIAL PROPERTY, WITH LICENSED PREMISES, FOR SALE. To be Exposed to Sale, Public Roup, within Bcitou Courtroom, Arbroath, on Saturday, Clh December. at One o’clock Afternoon, • That Excellent TENEMENT of Two Storeys and Attica, Nos. 8. 10, and Port, Arbroath, containing the
r£AT£ WHITEHURST <St WALLACE) BEGS to intimate to his numerous Friends and the General Public that he lias Leased those Commodious and Central Premises, No. 8 BANK STREET, known Bank .Street Auction Hall ; aud. from bis long practical experience, hopes to favoured with the patro
PKOCEEDtNGS. On the of the Court Sligo youter- morning the agiatietea aaked Mr be had any witnesses for the defence. Mr Kea proceeded to call Mr Kendal Peyton, crown solicitor; Archbishop M‘Obe, ihiWin ; Mr K. D. Gray, M.P., and others, all of whom the Magistrate decided could no