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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 14 August 1868

mm -r-T-c - 11111 1WHIIWlWilHi.igIIIM 'iillfciMMmiM m i HWitHlilUHWHIIIIlHl III II I 1 1 I n ' M - -(.-.y--I E BRISTOL NEWS, KPITKD r.t 1 1. C. & E. FOWLER, ' ' J abliilied in Goodion, Va.. HD rlBNInKB BT THS pjtorJtJ iiToit : tub rouoviit liiti: jpy, ono yenr 12.60 ,,py, tlx months, 1.50 ha of tun r more, (per copy) ' 2.00 4 cnipai(?t,. i 60 J J'wjintnt in, Atlvaiict. I) CORRESPONDENTS. -rspotidence IbIvIdk nowi items, lnfc- " ' iu regard to sgrculiure, or anything g to promote the Interests of Ilia poo. j respectfully solicited. Write upon u tide of the paper. No attention Is i snunj mous communications. ADVERTISING RATES. (TEN LINKS MAKE A Sql'ARK ) One rqtiare, first Insertion ' (l.fil) Eich subsequent Insertion,.... 75 L A liberal discount for standing advertisements. JCT Obituary notices over four lines wilj bo charged at advertising rates. JOB WORK Will be neatly and promptly executed. Having provided our ofiico with all the material neceisiry for doing good work,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 14 August 1868

UJ .jQiifl!MwriiaIWMW'W.tim FRIDAY Atiffust 14, 1368. V FOR PRE31DEN V, II 0!i A TW si: ymo vr. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GIJiV. FRAXK 1 BLAflt. We have consented to nssumo tlio editorial control of tho ' Bristol News." Tlio timo has ocmo when we urc wiliiug to speak through the press. A third of a docada bus expired siuca the lato war between tbosi whom wo wore taught to bcliove Ood Lad joined toguther. The lladical prty has been in power, and wo Lavo had do pcaca beneath Radical rulo. After tho awful canogc, v.hica begau on tho plain of Muoissas and ndod on tho hills of Appomattox, we eutertaiced tba generous hopo that Southern uilenoe was becotniuj. W'c could not dishonor our dead by fiujing we had been wrong, nor abaso ourselves by professing to believe it. We could not consent to appear with impotent clamor on our lips whilo there were in&uai'leti on our nanus. Uur armies Lad mado a gnllnnt and glorious resist anco, and yielded only to means and numbers. Tho course of goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 14 August 1868

. m. " ""11 i ""' 1 iP' ' ' r him' --C', - "'(' 5 oor nci; 'f nj 'El ENT ncnc iOU3 ORS LI AN3! .01 cnt, TEXN. electa. VIRGINIA DY. & mws., Drokera, LIAPEflRO, N1A. ESTATE IX (i ml s in this selling, will ice, or upon Hros., at Its tTimo, 2ice, N1A, KSO!t, Buis.) ENN. ' i -storj Jrck ;rcat ctj M id mi,ij,fj i n, - - nso(osnts tb nioroxj. tlio worl. ' the Inirrm I, and o s k :k prics it he t'K. Suri" IU32, hn. Ill will in rm )IK'tl islcaeja totht ) nt-cUai loI j'! iy Inaor I "tup slhis E "lid reinnt Ufltt. .-(, rro'r. ;i:o, i. f.l lvsf S rr ujt.'wu.t'i.usw: . I . FRIDAY As5ustl4i 1868. VIRGINIA & TKNNESSEE KA1LR0AD. Mail train loaves Bristol, 7.2R P. M. Freight train loavos Bristol 7.30 A.. II. Mull tralnfrotn Lynchb'g arrlvns "ifi't A.M; Freight train arrives at 6 P. M. ; Tona., time K0 m. slower than Yft. ;' EAST TENN. & VA. RAILROAD. Mail train loaves for Kunxvllle t.10 A. M. Mull train arrives Bristol fi.40 P. U. Freight loaves for Knnnvtlle 4.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 14 August 1868

i t li. .... li : t , 1 tmwi hi mm m. imawiftiAnawie y.) l ' TLo time has arrived wiicn it is for every ufjuaro tUoy cover. They will not grow from cuttings- havo to be layered fur propagation. I Bet tlicm at thirty feet npart each way, pay fiity to loneth a aerious question with the fur- the acre. 1 think they would do well ,ucri of Virginia and Tconcssee whether in your olimald. You can judge for ' B 6 , , . r. coursclf; if the Seuppcruog doea well or not farming in lonper to U a profit. .(h . it wi j0 Tbo ncxt able pursuit. Most especially docs that i,est W)UQ prune I have is a bunch crape of wheat crowing begin to attract their I It is of pood sized berry and bunch ; is attention. Wheat growing cannot no aaid to have been profitable in this bcc tiou during the lout few years. Lands that in earlier days were made, to produce very hardy, and never rots a fiuo bear er, ripens uniformity and very early ; makes a fine Ma Jena wine with a small addition of pugar. The Concord is the ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 21 August 1868

,1S w a V (v. ., J ITIIE BRISTOL NEWS, r.niTKii of I. C. & E. FOWLER,. ' , ", In Published in Goodgon, T.. iKD ri'RNUnRD BT TUB r no run; Ton 7 IT t fOllOWllO HlTKftl j One copy, one year ,r j 50 Ooe copy, six TOontbs,. , 1,50 , T" clubs of ten or more, (per copy ) J, 00 , For the campaign . . jo I I'aymeut in Ailvanrt. i TO CORRESPONDENT Si AVERTISXNG RATES. f (TKM LINKS MAKK A Sql'ABIC ) . One square, Cnt Insertion, .... .(. Each subscqnrm insert! in 75 A libu. nl discoi-nt for standing ad vertisement. !r J ' Obituary not loo over Tour II net wilt be enarged at advertising rates. JOB WORK id Will bo neatly and promptly exccutud. Having provided our ulllco with all the material necessiry for doing good wmk. we appeal to Iho advocates ot homo in Correspondence -giving news Items, tnfrtrination in regard to aj-rciitture,or anything lining to promote, the Interest of the people, Is revpectl'iilly Willi bed. Write tijion liui. lino shie of tlio paper. No tUeulloe is paid to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 21 August 1868

tpwM ) I .;:v FRIDAY Prnrntattm of a Cant. A Wend v w informs us that the Bristol & Kimirica s - rrrr tis Croelr Tnrnnilrn rtnmnunr !n iml.rccia- August 21, 1368. of t-19 Bervicei of Mr. Wei h, "-p- VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE RAILROAD", re-tentative io the Tennessee LcgialaMail train loaves Bristol, 7.2R P. M. turn for the county of SullWui, have lW?lJ& .. rented lUat rnn.lem.n will. . fiC rreigiu iraiu arrive! L K I' M. Tiuu., limn 3') m. slower than '. EAST TF.NN. & VA. RAILUOAD. Mall train leav, for Knoxville 7.fl a.. M. ii irain arrive Bristol 040 P. M. Freight leave (r KnnxvillH 4.1t A. M. Freiuht arrivtm from Kaoxvllle g 30 P. M. C! rant if: Colfax Tho Grant & Col- ax meeting io Chattanooga was a failure, gollhra'1ol inscription. cane, bearing a ft: itable WanJiiii'ton fyriny. We lea'tl that there iiro a largo number of visitor at these Springs, and that the ru.mgcrs have, by their energy, politeiio-s und attention, made th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 21 August 1868

J i t VMM'' 1 : .3-s- "sw-s .---v.. ..... .. .-' . I Bristol JleuH. rSgAY Angnst 21, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO skymolr. FOU VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. MtAXh'1. BLAIR. Refore the subject of the consolidation ol the Va. & Tenn. Railroad with the Snuthlde,and Petersburg Norfolk Railroads was touted, the stock of the V. & Term Kailroad was wortb from .'10 to 33 cents In the dollar. When the su' juet ot consolldation ws being nrged upon Mm stockholders of the Vs. Tenn. Kailroad, and before tli Legislature, it was asserted, persls'eutly -ertei, that consolidation would greaVy tn-hanr-t ilia valuo of the stock tbe road. What was tha result t Upfn the election of General M shone ai President of the Va. Tenn. E. II. Company, which eleciioi waj claimed ly Ins friends as a Tlrtii.l c itisolidatloa of the isiis In qnestlon, th ,h-Ic of the road Mn dotrn in FiFTKKif noti j r share What was Ihe rauw of th a al decline f We ttlvn our npi,.,nn and answer : It ws the want of con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 21 August 1868

ifll anir Drilling Wheat. If noyb D) is aotticil lu aricuHnral preaching and experieuce for tbo last twenty five yeari, and advantage of drilling wheat, over broadest Bowing. is ona ( f tbem. Ia tbis ceution wheat i almost universally drilled in ; but amniig our, auWribers in othor BX'tioos, aud ebpecially iu the So'itli and vmtliwest, broadcast towing aul eovcriuij with with the eouiuion burrow i atill mostly" in vogue. la oue of tbo Agricultural Report ' from tbe Department at WasIiiuy;toii, wure utatistics ff tlio crops from i very Hcetioo are collected, there has been a remarkable agreement, in uniting that drilled wheat bus been fuuud not tn nuffur ao much from freeing out iu winter. Tbis result from tli eeod being put, in and covered at a greater depth th in it cau be with the common barrow, and alio bein cororel with m' uniformity. One t two peeks loss seed is ulso required per aero ; and it lias ulsu been found that drilled wheat Manila up better at harvest time, from being ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 August 1868

. ." " " A " .sa- i..mi'.i mt m sn. urn. : me- a. tJl .C.iJW'EI. J llhgi-.iJ gMTWH THE BRISTOL NEWS, :IIT.D Br I. C. k K. FOWLER, la Pobllshed in Goodion, Va.. SI fORMSIlfcO Br TH r n o r 11 i r: r o n at the rouuwmg batis: Olio copy, ore year,... MOO Ouc ropy, six months l.,',o To Ino of tenor more, (kt cop)) 2 "I For the campion 60 i'jj.T,J. t"n 4-oaiio. TO COIIEESIAJNDEN'T S. Correspondence givirf? newi items, infermation lu rcrird to aqv ttl ure, t.r any tiling tanning to promote tin- ln'e'-tii of the people, is r er, fully mhiiied. Write upon but one side, of the paper. No nl'tutiouis Iriid to Hii inj inon, i oit inuiiii atiotK. JPizOlP "33 S S lOiT-AXa. Lim I 11. L. BLACKLEY. ATTOllNEV Al" LW AND COLLECTING AGENT. Bri-t.ii., Va Tkns. WILL practice in tin) (J niiis-it Sullivan, Washington, Carter, Green nml llik:iis Counties, Tmncs-ste,and Washinptnu County, Virginia. tfcj.jp I'r.unpt attention will t.e given toal! tninuies intr't n, I m lim. (IrSer w-vd end Nukics House. An?. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 August 1868

g..gyi.wi ....ihm ii. urn .,.: 'VV .',.?rr A i: Aula. immm.'.;iwjM'.jwii win miw.'im wmi eirp FRIDAY August 23, 1868T FOIt PRESIDENT, oam no si; ymo ur. FOll VICE PRESIDENT, GEX. FRANK V. BLAIR. Ve bclievo it was io tho city nf Lucknow in which tho Euglish gariisou was Rhut up by tho Sepoy rebellion. Relief was expected, but the sie,. lusted long. No bulp caino. 'J'lio men were worn with fatigue, emaciated by hunger, and their numbers reduced by disease. Hope long deferred bad nindo tho heart rick, and they began to imbraco the Jiorriblo uliernat'tve of surrender, when Id ! tliu martial music of Ocu. Camp hell' forces was heard in the distance, and koou the inspiring air was distin- tinptiishcd, ns it swelled upon the glad breeze, "The Campbells aro romine, (1, hot O, ho! ( luwutd pressed the weary host; soon their batibcrs pictured ugninst the sky the red symbol rf Englaud's power tli.it power which explores the world to aveng'! one wronged child and when they came tho besiegers we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 August 1868

t 'w, i " - :,. l"'- i0... , ' Jti.'3T . ' "' 7-...- ,.. i ' 1 cs ICISO lll-wa rin CIV the our this iber NT3 .lvanM.ISO. 3, id l. . ids "I"1 11 OUag" itloli l) lios. 'obaov, ni' ash. uriiiir. ii. "a'1 ,, Ki.,ed and l m mi v , whhh UU USUlkl CO. I'jrlicr. Iitislol JJ.fos. FRIDAY Anpusr 28, 1868. VIRGINIA ft TEXNESSKE PAILKOAD. Mail (rain lea-.m Bristol, 7.2 P. M. Freight trin leaves Urtstol 7.3'' A M. JkUII irainfrnm Lynching arrives 7.(15 A.M; Kr.'l;1ii train arrive it 0 I'. M. T'-mi. time 3(1 in. (lower than Va. EAST TENX. & VA. RAILROAD. Mail train lea?e fur Knox vill 7.10 A. M. Mail train arrives Brimol 6.41) P. M. Freight learm for Kmnviilo 4.10 A. M. Freight arriven Iroin Ktm.vvillo 8 30 P. M. Hone Xtvlrn. Mr. John l'owel htul a fine borso tHolen from his Stable in Ulountvillo a few nilits pinco. Dr. Wimtun. Thin gentleman Las dcterruiueti to settle in IJriHtol, ami offers bis medical services to our cuigcng. See bis card. J'rr-rutrJ. Tim grand jury of Smyth county ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 August 1868

fc4 l . - 4,t ,f - lt- I I t ? V r t 1 Salt for Fruit Trees Ilowuing, in his valuable, work ou Fruit ntui Fruit Trees, Rpeaks of tlio application of salt to jaiaoli trees ns a very iffe-iual ngent for tlio destruction ot tlie peach wurm. Ilomys: " Iu u, neigliburboixi wliere tlm pcaob worm usually destroys one-half of the peach trees, we Imvo seen thorn preserved in tho healthiest condition by the annual application of a handful of coiuso toilt, about the collar of the tree at tbo Burfaen of tho prouud." This tallies with my experience exactly. A few years since, having some youiij peach trees which did not present a healthful an appearance as desirable, and having ai-mtll quantity of refuse salt on hand, I rusolved to apply it to somo of the untbr.fty trees. Theehanpo wrought in tho appearance and rendu tion of the trees to "vtiieli palt was up. plied wan very nitiiurkuble. The filiate assumed a dark green color, und the growth that followed was very gratifying. Without Itcinii awa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 5 September 1868

THE BRISTOL NEWS, KDITK! BT I. C. E. FOWLER, Is Published in Qoodcon, Va.. AND FUHNI8UKD l)T TUM rnoritiiiToit AT til rOLLOWIKO KIT () I One copy, one year, ?2.50 One copy, six months, 1.50 To clubs of ton or more, (por copy) 2.00 For the campaign '. ' 50 Payment in Advance. TO CO K RESPONDENTS. Correspondence (giving news items, Information lu regard to agrculture, or anything tending to promote the interests of the pcopie, U respectfully solicited. Write upon tut one tide of the paper. No attention ia paid to anonymous communications. ' PROF ESS IQ3ST AL. Legal. M. L. BLACKLEY. ATTORN El' AT LAW AND COLLECTING AGENT. Bristol, Va. & Tknn. WILL practice in the Courts of Suliivnn, Washington, Carter, Green and Hawkins Counties, Tennessee, anj Washington County, Virginia. SOT Prompt attention will be given to all business intrusted to jim. Ollice west end NieklcB House. Aug. M, 1808, tf CHARLES J. ST. JOHN, Attorney at Law and Collecting Agent, BL0UNTV1LLE, TENN., ' WILL a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 5 September 1868

FRIDAY September 4,1868. FOR PRESIDENT, JIO RATIO SEYMOUR. FOR VIC? PRESIDENT, GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR. It seems to havo been wisely decreed that great historians shall appear only after the lapse of many j'carg. As yet, America lias produced no hod worthy to .1.1 r. .-i.. i,.: i- ti ,i: etandun the lofty tncho beside Holm and llutni? and Maciulay, to trace the record of her past for the warning and and unborn. Irving and IWtt have chosen to deal in tho shdowy knighthood i .l at u i o i - ... A .of the Moorish and bpanisli races, and have left to tho pale and prosy' pen of lV ., , , i 1, . ,t , f ,1 1 JJancrOtl the llCCUSO! llie Proua race I which took from the wilds of tho bis ' I (. . . . .. , . , i teotlili century tlie JOVCIJ Sites CU wuicn I tj they hMe built their homes and, cities Tli u far he ban done little more than aggregate a material which it is drudgery to read, and in that impatience always indicative of moderate minds, betrays a partisanship tor me present wuicn no would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 5 September 1868

FRIDAY September 4, 1868. VIRGINIA tt TENNESSEE RAILROAD. , Mull train loaves Bristol, T.2S P. M. Freight train leaves Bristol 7.3') A. M. Mail train from I.ynchb'g arrivHs7.05 A.M; Freight train arrives at 6 P. M. ' Tenu., timo 80 m. slower than V. EAST TENN. h VA. RAILROAD. Mall train loaves for Knoxvitlo T.10 A.M. Mall train arrive Bristol 6.40 P. M. Freight loaves for Knnxvilln 4.10 A. M. Freight arrives from Kuoxville 8.30 P. M. .J'eachrs. Mayor Hohr will accept the thanks of . the editors for somo of finest pcaclies wo have seen this season. Baptitt , Association. The Lebanon District Baptist Association will convene t lictbel cuurcu, llussoll county, Va., Thursday b-jforo tbo 3rd Sabbath in . September. Mrs. Chanccaulme's Scltool.Vie aro requested to state that thin school will open in the Kpiscopal church, corner of Moore and Cumberland streets, on Monday DCZt. Ultcsapeakc Ohio Railroad. Tu3 county of Augusta has defeated tho proposition to subscribe 8500.000 to the Chesapea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 5 September 1868

. j ' Si A Vineyard on Every Farm. Souio ilny in tin; l'uture the art uml practice uf tvim -making will be as familiar ami univorKul inimnij us on tlie lnuntifaeiuro of cider is now. Aud. llio juice of tlio grape, properly prepared, is greatly nupmior to tbat of tins applo iu ntrcn;ti ituu houlth giving demcntr. It IB an an easy matter for tin! majority uf farninin to provide ample supplies of wino for their household uso at comparatively trifling cost A bulf ncro iu each hundred uf cultivated land, iet witli vines of Lardy varieties, would bo ufhient, if well cared for, to furnish both fruit and wino for llio number of people occupying, on on uvorage, that urea. Doubtless tbcro uro limited re-, gions in ourcountry where grapes would not suficcod but the area in vast where they would thrive to a sufficient degree to make tho growing of thorn for family uso satisfactory, although it might bo far from profitablo to raise them for market, la any neighborhood or locality where u Eolitar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 September 1868

THE BRISTOL HEWS, I. C. & E. JfOffl-ER. ' Ii Publish! ia Ooodion, VsY. AMD WKMUHKD HT THi ritorjtiETojt At f bi roiiot RltHJ One copy, one yesr,., (2.68 Om copy, llK month,. 1.60 To club of ten or tnore, (per cop;) 1.00 For tbo campaign,.... .J. 60 JPaymatt in Advance. . .. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondence iglvlng news items, information In regard to ogrcultare, or Anything tending to promote the Interest of the people, Is respectfully solicited. Write upon br.t one aide of the paper. No Attention la paid to anonymous oommnnlcationii. pjiwmaBSBBmKammmmmmmmmmmmumuimim ZPEQlPJEi SSIOITAIj! ' M Ik BXACKLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COLLECTING AGENT. BaisTor,, Va. & Tenn. WILL praatioe in tlio Csurtsof Sullivan, Washington, "Carter, Green And Hawkins Counties, &enuess(:e,and Washington County, Virginia. fj2jy.l,rompt Attention frill be given to all business intrusted to aim. Ollice -west end Nicklos House. Aug. a4,U88, tf CHARLES J. ST. JOHN, Attombj at L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 September 1868

rEIDAY September 1CI868 . , ft! . r - -t , : FOR PRESIDENT, . ; HORATIO SEYMXVn. ' ' ; FOR VICE PRESIDENT, , GE.V. FRANK P. BLAIR. The expulsion of the ncgroe from the Legislature of Georgia in calculated 'to teach nn important lesson. It destroys the confidence of the Radical party in its own scheme of reconstruction. It breaks up in an unsuspected quarter tho dark conspiracy which had negro-domination for its object, and revolted at no means to accomplish it. It makes tho Umpire Stato the third iu which tho ends have failpd from thu very violence of the means. It endorses the verdict cf Alabama and Mississippi that this country cannot bo governed 6olely in tho interest of party at the expense of tho Constitution. It shows attain that even those elements of society which may bo called tngeth'"' to feasf upon the pub.'C pluuder, may bo made speedily to re-pond (0 reasou and to respect tho ermuion iutcrcst; in short, radical ajjcudency over the whjto race over this continent can only...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 September 1868

VIRGINIA & TKNNESSEK RAILROAD. ' Mali trln leaves Bristol, 1.1 p. M. Frcliht train leaves Bristol 7.30 A. M. Mail train from Lynehb'g arrivw7.05 A.M; Freight train arrive at. fi P.M. Tenn., time 80 ro. Blower than Va. , EAST TENN.' & VA. RAILROAD. Mall train leaves for Rnnxrilln 7.10 A. M. Mail train arrives Bristol fl.40 P. M, ' Freight leaves for Knoxv'tllo 4.1n) A. M. . Frelnlit m.'ives from Knnxville 8 30 P. M. Aawoilo Cniun and American. Tbo Nashville Gazette and Uuion and Dispatch having been purchased awl consolidated by J. 0. Griffith & Co omea to us under the stylo of Nushvilla Union and American. 'This is cow one of the finest papers ia tho South, and is furnished at $8 for the Daily, Semi-weekly U, Weekly 82. Wo wish them success. Tlx Bedford Sentinel. The Bedford Ohronielo couios to us under tho Btylo of Bedford Sentinel, and is edited by W. W. Berry. Tho editor is troubled about the appcaranco of tho paper ana hopes he will be able to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 September 1868

anb garben. ' 'Grape Cnltnre in Virginia. A. i!ii('i'i"'li'lrllt -of tli Richmond Whig gives us tltrt fallowing observation and fnggeitioue upon grpo culture in Virginia, which should not fail to engage (ho attention of tlione who have or contemplate raising vineyard : Tbe land to be clevoted to (Lis lusi ncss;, in tho beginning, need nut le much. Odo acre will ens We one to make a pretty clever Etart, especially if tho boginnor is poor r pounced of but littlo capital. Aud if, after: pnyinff (or the vines, the) beginner cannot nurd a liorse to plow the land, it may lie dug up with tUo pick and spade. It doc not take a very long time to dig up an aero of land. One hand constantly engaged on it can very nearly or quits prpparn it in a weak' lime, lu another week the saiuo bund can plant the vines. Hut to uiuke sure of it, lut us give thin ono hand cue month to do tlio work in. The work of jrepaviiig and planting the ground u then -done, aud ilono at an expense for tools, labor, Ac., o...

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