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Perfect Health restored by Barry's Dklicious Rivai.kn a Food, which cures effectually consumption, oougb, asthma, bronchitis, indigestion (dyspepsia), habitual constipation,

Perfect Health restored by Barry's Dklicious Rivai.kn a Food, which cures effectually consumption, oougb, asthma, bronchitis, indigestion (dyspepsia), habitual constipation,

acidity, phlegm, diankcoa, dysentery, liver complaint*, flatulency, distention, haemorrhoids, nervousness, biliousness, fevers, sore throats, catarrhs, colds, waterbrash, noises in the head and ear 3, rheumatism, gout, poverty and impurities of the blood, erup'jons, hysteria, ne
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Tjl UENITUBE. j^LSOP'fa -* STEAM CABINET AND _„ „ FURNITURE WORKB, GREAT REDUCTION 10, 20, 21, 22, & 23, IV

Tjl UENITUBE. j^LSOP'fa -* STEAM CABINET AND _„ „ FURNITURE WORKB, GREAT REDUCTION 10, 20, 21, 22, & 23, IV

FAIRFAX-STREET, and PRICE OF FURNITURE, ' 53 & 59, BROADMEAD, ' ' SOP'S BRISTOL. Premises and Stock are the largest Bristol and the STEAM CABINET WORKS, West England. 19, 20, 31, 22, & 23, TAPESTRY CARPETS... FAIRFAX-STREET, and KIDDERMINSTER ditto 1/10J & 59, BROADMEAD, BRUSSEL
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

(SPECIAL TELEGRAM.) Palace, Wednesday Afternoon. The interior the House of Commons to-day has been as dull as the Weather outside, and the attendance very ■nail. The Conservative benches have been all bat 4esertel, and on the Ministerial side it seems that the •nly care has
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

Telegraph. THE WAR IN THE TRANSVAAL. THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSALS AND THE BOERS. The General commanding in Natal and the Transvaal telegraphed from Mount Prospect yesterday, at 12.30 p.m., that the general progress of the wounded and the health of the camp is wonderfully good. The P
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
??? Rhmkdy Hard Times.—Stop spending clothe-, rich food, aad style. Bay good food. c c^, clothing, and stop the habit

??? Rhmkdy Hard Times.—Stop spending clothe-, rich food, aad style. Bay good food. c c^, clothing, and stop the habit

of using p or humbug medicine that does yon onh m, the greatest all simple, pure remedies P t ju)«* // always at a trifling cost, and you will see better health Read Adrt.
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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t, "WEST CLIFF, DAWLISH. THE REV. J. H . BLAOKMAN RECEIVES FIVE BOYS BOARDERS, to educate with his own Nephew,

t, "WEST CLIFF, DAWLISH. THE REV. J. H . BLAOKMAN RECEIVES FIVE BOYS BOARDERS, to educate with his own Nephew,

and to prepare for the j Public Schools. In addition to the ordinary Euglish. Classical, aud j Mathematical Subjects, instruction will given in French, German, Music, and Drawing. Terms, £100 a-year. No extras. References : —The Rev. G. A. Jacob, D.D., 2. Grove Villas, Teignm
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THOMAS'S HATS ARE PRE-EMINENT FOR DURABILITY, LIGHTNESS, ELEGANCE, EASE, & CHEAPNESS. 87 AND 83, QUEEN-STREET, EXETER, 50, GEORGE-STREET, PLYMOUTH. AND

THOMAS'S HATS ARE PRE-EMINENT FOR DURABILITY, LIGHTNESS, ELEGANCE, EASE, & CHEAPNESS. 87 AND 83, QUEEN-STREET, EXETER, 50, GEORGE-STREET, PLYMOUTH. AND

AT CLARENDON MANSIONS, 171, NEW BOND-STREET, LONDON. All HATS purchased at these Establishments RE-BLOCKED FREE OF CHA.RGE. Instructions for accurate Self-Measurement sent Post Free on application, and Hats forwarded to any part of England, Carriage Paid. PROPRIETOR OF" THE CONF
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WEATHER FORECASTS. The following Forecasts were issued last night, 8 p.m., the Meteorological Office:— Districts. Foricasts. 0. Scotland, N Very

WEATHER FORECASTS. The following Forecasts were issued last night, 8 p.m., the Meteorological Office:— Districts. Foricasts. 0. Scotland, N Very

doubtful; ; light W. or N.W. 1. Scotland, E.... breezes and fine weather. 2. England, N.E. N. to N.E. breeees—light. Weather doubt-8. England, ful. nUe8 E - - breezes-light or moderate. -i^n!& d Chani:) Weather very doubtful. 6. Scotland, W.... Same as Nos. 0 and 1. ' - «« e
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER TOWN COUNCIL.

EXETER TOWN COUNCIL.

meeting of this body was held at the Guilds* 1 ; terday, the Ex-Mayor (W. H. Ellis, Esq.) 3 There were also present Aldermen Buckingham, £ H. D. Thomas, R. R. M. Daw, S. Jones, Burcb, Ware, Hirtzel, and Cotton; Councillors Wippelh W. Peters, Commings, Uuderhill, Norton, Owen, E
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. A. & SON'S ANNUAL SALE. BARGAINS FOR TO-DAY. A lot of JACKETS and COSTUMES all ONE GUINEA. Good

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. A. & SON'S ANNUAL SALE. BARGAINS FOR TO-DAY. A lot of JACKETS and COSTUMES all ONE GUINEA. Good

Styles and Excellent Quality. Also, several Bundles of DRESS STUFFS HALF COST PRICE. FOR CASH ONLY. HIGH STREET (Opposite Broadoath.) DOOE3 OPEN AT 10 A M. WATER. THE NATURAL MINERAL WATER BATH (AERATED). BOTTLED AT THE GRAND PUMP AGENT, WALTER EXETER & EXMOUTH. I C H M N EM TDK
24 February 1881 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England