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ADVERTISEMENTS.
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ARTIFieitllEHHi
MR. WALLACE, Surgeon-Dentist,
22 DUNDAS STREET, GLASGOW,
(^First Door above North British Railway Station).
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
"R. WALLACE administers Nitrous Oxide when
extracting Teeth, causing no pain to the patient,
^nd, unlike Chloroform, is neither attended with sick-
ness nor danger. Mr. W. has also patented a New
Metal, which is superior to Gold — being lighter, quite
as pure, absolutely tasteless, does not tarnish, and
adhesion perfect.
Mr. W. being Sole Patentee of the above Metal,
no other Dentist is allowed to use it.
BEST TEETH FROM FIVE SHILLINGS.
Patients will oblige, if convenient, by calling between
the hours of Ten and Five.
Press Extracts.
Mr. J. "Wallace, Surgeon-Dentist, 22 Dundas Street,
Olasgow, has recently introduced the use of Nitrous
Oxide. Yesterday, per invitation, we were present wlien
Mr. Wallace extracted two teeth from a lady patient.
The process, from beginning to inhale the gas till the
teeth were out, occupied only 1 minute 45 seconds. The
lady recovered immediate consciousness, and, on asking
if only one tooth had been drawn, she was agreeably
surprised when told that both of her cutting ivories were
.gone. She described her sensation during the operation
as a pleasing confused dream." — Evening Citizen.
" The Nitrous Oxide produces none of the dangerous
effects of chloroform. The weakest patient can rise and
walk immediately on awaking from the sleep which it
causes. To us, the time spent in the operation seemed to
have been many hours ; but it really lasted no longer than
a minute and a half. Twenty seconds generally suffice
for the gas to cause insensibility, counting from the first
inspiration; and the dentist has ample time to perform
his work before the patient awakes." — Daily Express.
Established 1765.
HEW PROUDFOOT,
GLOVE AND rUE MAKUPACTUREK
AND HOSIER, ETC.,
173 TRONGATE,
(Sign of the Golden Glove,')
IN retnrning thanks to his numerous Customers
for the long and continued support he has
5iitherto received, begs to remind them that he has
'iuring the season a choice stock of Furs, selected
â– specially by himself in the earliest part of the season,
in Muffs, Boas, Collarettes, Cuffs, &c., &c , in Real
Marten, French Marten, Skolinsky Ermine, Chin-
chilla, &c., &c., all which he can recommend.
He would also remind them that he still continues to
Clean and Alter every description of Furs the same
as the first houses in London, nothing being used in
the process of cleaning that will injure the most
delicate article of fur. Skins dressed. Fur Mats
mounted, ^c, ^c.
BILLPOSTING.
BILLPOSTER,
59 HOPE STREET, GLASGOW,
BEGS to intimate to his friends and the Public
that he has made arrangements for having
Bills Posted in all the Country Towns and Villages
for 40 miles around Glasgow, and he trusts that
he will be found to merit a continuance of the Public
patronage which he has so largely enjoyed during
the last 22 j'ears.
Circulars delivered. Lessee of Principal Bill-
posting stations in City.
BASKET MANUFACTURER,
AND IMPORTER OF
FEENCH, GEEMAN, & ENGLISH BASKETS,
PEEAIBTJLATOES, &c.,
4 ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE,
GLASGOW.
All the Newest Designs in French & German Baskets.
WICKER AND WOOD PERAMBULATORS. Ac
IN GREAT VARIETY.
SESSION-CLERK'S OFFICE FOR THE
PARISH OF GOVAN.
FOR the convenience of those who reside ia
Hutchesontown, Laurieston, Tradeston, and
Kingston, and other parts of the Parish of Govan,
an OFFICE has been OPENED at 53 EGLINTON
STREET for receiving the Names of Parties desir-
ous to have their Marriage Banns proclaimed in the
Parish Church of Govan.
The Office is open at the following Hours : — From
Ten A.M. till Three p.m. Daily; and in addition,
from Six p.m. till Eight p.m. on Mondays, Fridays,
and Saturdays.
WM. FULTON, Sess.-Clerk of Govan.
PEATON AND LETTER ESTATE.
SHORE EEUING FOR VILLAS,
ABOUT 2L miles from Cove Pier, and
extending for a mile and a half along
the Loch Long side of Roseneath, with a fine
warm exposure, and sheltered from the east
and north winds, at such annual rates as may
ba agreed upon with the Proprietor or his
Agents. Apply to John D. Campbell, Esq.,
of Peaton, Roseneath, Dumbartonshire.

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