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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 July 1874

I'HE BRISTOL NEWS I. O. FOXER, TUESDAY JULY 2?, 1374. KVfiNT and COMMENTTi.e funeral of Col, Mosby's in: fiint, in Warren ton, Va., last Sunday, week, is said to have been the most largely attended one ever known in t hat town. It is thus we court the living by pacing honors to the dead. The death of Mrs. Bjwmiri by lightning in Carrol co. , was sad encuzh to draw tears from strange eyes. No one hut her and l.er little child were in the hone, and when a neighbor pawned along alter the storm, he found hr-r dead iu tlx- cet.tre of the house And the little child silling vu her body. The London Tth-jrufh and the New York Herald, have organized an expedition to complete the work of Dr. Livingstone. St.-tiiley is to lead it, and we have yielded our consent that Stanley may go, and we are not verj particular as to the time or m inner of his return, A, II. Str-pl ens and Bob Tcomhs nave buried the hatchet and embraced. 'Now Lord, let thy st'ivants depart in peace !" Senator Fenlon, of New Y...

Publication Title: Bristol News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 July 1874

KIUSTOLjnMTUESDST. JULY 23, 1374. Announcement: We nre authorized to announce T oiks 'l. It Ali:n a candidate for rekctio'i to the office of Clerk of the County Court of Sullivan Count-. We are authorized to announce Capt; j II Dknny a candidate to represent the p-ople of the 2d Tennessee District in the next Senate. V are authorized to announce W. JI (;nLr.K a candidate for the office (.f I Jeveuue Collector of Sullivan County at ihe August election. We are authorised and requested to announce Col. Gko. It. McCI.ellax, f Sullivan County, as a candidate to represent the first Congressional Dia trict of Tennessee in the44th Congress of the United States. Circuit Court Clerkship. To the Voters of Washington County : I respect fully announce myself a Candidate for re-election to the office of Circuit Court Cleik, and ask your purport. Your Ob' t., Servant, L. T. COSBY. July 7, 1S74. County Court Clerkship. We are authorized to announce Wm. G, G. Lowky a candidate for re'lertion to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 July 1874

ME BRISTOL NEWS I. C. FOWLER, rniTttK ax rnornii.ro b. TUESDAY, JULY 28. 1374. LOCAL. For other IstuU mo Third The Autumn Fairs. 1. Bristol Border Fair, 2Cru, 24th, 25tli, Sept. 2. Greenevill.-, 23id,24tli, 25th, 3. Abingdon IIoLton, COth, E'pt., l6t, 2nd, Oc tober. 4. Joncbboro', GOth Sept., 1st, 2nd, Octol er. 5. Wytlieville, Cili, 7th, 8th, October. C. Pulaski, 13tli, J-tth, 15tli, Octo'x;r. 7. Richmond, 27th, 2Sth, 29tli, COth, October. A WOIllJ. Dr. Vance lias removed his office from King's Block, Goodson, to the irjce lately occupied by C. II. Vance, Att'y. at Lav, over Hie Book Store, Bristol. I)r, Hicks hni rented the two lower rooms of Mr. I). F. Bailey's new build'K c" Stli .St., near M.tiii, and as soon Ji the painting shall have dried will ''atablish his office therein. Our old friend, Wm. Bushong, ia paid to be suffering from an attack of pneumonia. He ha9 been one of our most energetic and useful citizens and we are glad to eee hiui on the street again. The Courier fcn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 August 1874

BRISTOL NEWS rCBLISHED IN OOODSOX. .ThVireinii portion cftke ToBY I. C- FOWLER. B ,s8uca Terj Tuesday it 12.00 pr an urn. It U farnlahel to clubn of tin at ?1.00 per copy. :o; The Editor or tbeNtwBis not reeponsi--Me f- orixwss expreesed Ij aorrepondCiltg. JOB WORK Executed with ueatnesi and diepatch at J,'ew York prices. 1UES0AY. AUGUST 4, 1874. IS VENT and COMMENT Richmond held her primary election lust Tuesday and Ex-Gov alktr was chosen over John H. Guy, by about 2,500 majority, as the nominee for Congress, As Richmond controls the district this makes Gov. Walker the Conservative nominee. Mr. Guy asks his friends to rally to Walker and elect him. The Executive Committee condemns both of the contestants for their having canvassed fur the nomination. The committee M ill have to let up on this sort of discipline. Aspirants will canuassfora nomination where a nomination is worth having. ISome of the nomination are equivalent to an election and they ought to be canvassed for. Saratoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 August 1874

Mi S r j i5. i i' I I I- ; I i HE BRISTOL ' NEWS I. C. rOWLEll, r.OITOl: AMI VKOIT-It-fflS. TUESDAY AUGuOT, 4. 1374. 0 .... -.r . -V f V 1 ,-v.r; - LVENT and COMMENT tr. Francis T. slriWi. g of Uie w. I.. Asy'.um at Ktauuton, i dead, aged ;' yoai. lit 1S3'. at the ae of !!;, lie ivm ikcled to to the ..siiif:i in wiiidi l;e las made i ' n F lainon. Jlis death i.san aLs oiute loss to all Virginia. Suinhiy, oxer". r'vlu hn. cl I he C I V df I'ilt.-.bur, with .!:!. f the ;ii-Htit and , tome foreign land, -we will eventu-i.kkM-ii tinu.-. It was more mmMcii ;ilb kiiuw whether they sustain the tia:t th" frrcat i!o! of Noah, and for ' ni;; I'.M of lhe pro ile, it was fully as fatal. In the twinkling of an eye. the n::U xv:,te mcd then, away j.. ' holism, which toj phu on their h-iio-. and riiii-l aioon- their timn::t 1 waters f.-irricd theui away in tlu ir Uts, the: aa.l all Muir hotis-.-lion! o.,.!s. Mni'iV ofthe Uii.-.-ii:- Lave Hot Uin found at all. M'shltvdppi has hi-r election to-day, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 August 1874

tm-. J. ! 1 JR1ST0L M'S; lUtSOSY. SUGUST 4. IS74. ARRIVAL asd DKPARTUHE OF TRAINS. ITLHTir. WIS. liCIIIO U.K. . Washington Time. riS!EN0HR Tbainp: f r,ve Lvnclihiirp 4 50 P M nJ 5 A M. Arrve t Crista 4 OS am "4 3 ' live l'..tl 1 1 14 i M " Mij P M. Arrive at LynebVg 10 10 r M 7 50 a M. Fi:kk.hT : rrivc nt Biu-tnl C 05 A m. 5 15 r M " Leave "' 5 00 a M . F. T. VA. and C. R. R. Xashvil'c Time. t..- lin-tol .1 4 a Mi.d 1 10 r . Arrive in "hitol 7 3 r M & 10 33 x. i. Fkkicht Trains: . Lite Hrititol 5 a m &. C, 30 r v. Arrives at hrittol 3 30 i m i 8 r. M. GLsUB RILT33. We will club the JWwwith the fol j-A-ing reriolicals at the following prices for the two : Southern Cultivator, $3."0 Harier's Magazine, : 5.0: Scribner's Magazine, 5.W Codey's Lady's Uook, 4.50 Dcinoreat'a Magazine, 4.50 Hack wood, 5.00 Kclectic Magazine, fi-00 The A Mine, -00 E5Cash in advance, in all cases. Now is the time to subscribe for 104 A line harness horse for sale. Apply at this ollice....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 August 1874

i'HE BRISTOL NEWS r.iuTus axi rltornii-ToR. TUESDAY AUGUST, 4. 1374. LOCAL. For other Locals tee Third Tho Autumn Fairs. 1. Bribtol Dorlcr Fair, 23rd, 21th, 25tli, Sej.t. 2. GrccnevilU', 21-th, 23lli, Sept. 3. Abingdon Holston, GOth Sep., 1st, 2nd, October. 4. Jonboro 30th Sept., lit, 2nd, October. 5. Wvtheville, C;h, 7th, 8th,! October. 6. Pulaski, 13th, lith, 15th, October. 7. Kichmond, 27th, 2Sth, 29th, 30th, October. AWOKI). Mr. C. B.'Ysrbrough, ami Mr. Win. M. Wood have rented two of Col. Iiosang's ware rooms, and will or en In them their stock of goods on the lt of Kent. Mr. Y: has alo rented as a residence, Mr. Dixon's cottage on James St. Mr. Eail.y and Messrs. 1 1 ick'ey, have moved into their new offices on 5th it. There was a S. S. Pic Nic nt Beech Grove last Friday. ' Doriot has a lot of the new ElectroGalvanic Spectacles for nervous eyes. Try them. - L. F. School V rot. Deichman has secured the services of Miss Georgia Ripley, as teacher of Primary classes, and assistan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 August 1874

;.-S-f.-.- BRISTOL NEWS JThe Yirtfnil pwtkx. f tht TownBY I. C FOWLER . issued eier Tuesday at $2.00 per ah u.n. It is famished taclube often at 1.00 I er copy. The Editor of tbeNKWis not responsible for orixioxH expressed by orreponJui. JOB WORK Executed with neatness and "dispatch at New York prices. ADVERTISING RATES' . . P.ATE3 FOR ONE TEAJJ. . . a First inch . . . , . $in,0iV Each, subseqnent inch . . . 4,00 .Td find th rate for shorter time, first fi the rate for one j ear, then CO ptr cvnt of , will be the rato for :ix month 41 per cent " 1 thrre month 30 " " two month. 20 one month j two week 0 , . . " , . one week Local ftJv5rtseriienl?, Trnrsicnt, . lf)centd per !inC Regularly . 5 . " per lino ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Congress, Legislature, or County offN cc, each $5.0P Town anl Township offices ." 2.5t The abort rates will be rigiJ'y adhered to. 1UES0AY. AUGUST I!. 1874. T sat extremes meet is an adage that has come down to Us from onr fathers. The child-stealing mania of the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 August 1874

4 i I t i i: ! ii ! ! i'HE BRISTOL NEWS i Ci rowLi:i:, i.iirros axi pscrnrnon. TUESDiY tUCUST, I!, 1374. , V V - -r" lT".. t-rtrr: HVKr5?? - j "1 Ihf valley the tye can detect LeliVIuNT arid COilMKNT ;twcm the LcnJii g willuws the i-ic-jtuHfi jua form cf uu cid H.iil wiu.se Tiifr tl trd tern, h is ,(i-, trtif-ercd ; 'hiuui-h wheel teems (o Le ftdtver lion. Trai h Hereford h .' -irty ijj j making it" mour.tonoua round. :o:ivfcn:io;i acmlle I Pt Ch.uK j.ton i The elc-va!i-ju is 1 ,3;3 feet, he inVl nsiciii. JJe w.s r.rMin.lf-d ft.et jw.r ,,;:n liri-to, yet we are on nlUhr.slbal!ot. lht Ilichu oi.d L'n hi r-;.i.,.. -n.; ..c juier feccBtlj anrtouf ced th.t'. '-(jt-i .lcCaiifciai,d u"iil bf-it IK refold Jor i Tl . ' . V' . tr 1 1'iatik, dof-s not he.ir be.-atln .--. i ff.r, . l t, ;. .i ft .'i..n a cert at.u l.t i. ttl oiief? o:.e of the hi:e.-t tf tc.-.cnlr.tives ai:d most r uccrshful J oiititinns of t!cdiv. Id f-tol.cs is slid to Ir e!y .f." e.f ! Kiu". and lie i roijMtinptiou iii .tug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 August 1874

JJRISTOI.NEWS. IUESG5Y. AUGUST ll. IS74. .ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. jTHI!f , EiS. . OHIO R. R. Waehiiigton Time. U-ave Lvnthburfr 4 10 p )i and 5 am. Arrive a"t Crintol 4 US i M "4 30 V . Leave I'.rirtol 1114am"818pw. Arrive Et Lynclib'g 10 10 f n " I 50 a m. I'rkiout: Arrive at Drietol 6 05 a m. a 5 15 r Leaves 44 5 CO a m. E.T.T.I. findfii. U.n. XuthviUc Time. Tasknckr Train: lenve Bristol - 5 43 A M itnd 4 10 r M. IVeinz Knoxville 10 38 a m k 10 58 rM. Arrixe in Chnttauoopa 4 60 r K 4 5 a m. Leave Chiittanoojra 5 30 A it & 10 05 P M. T f.f-in? Knoxville 11 44 a & 3 58 A w . Arrive in Pn-Utol 7 3 r ll & 10 38 a m.. Fbkiukt Tkaixs : I,tl! vc PrUtol 5 a m &. f. 30 r m. Arrives ut Iirietol 9 30 a m S: 8 r. M. GIiUB RATES. Vc will club live -Veto with the fol":winp Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Fomhern Cultivator, $'3.o0 Harper's Magazine, 5.0') Koi ihnci Mairnzine. 5.00 'odoy's Lady's Book, Oemorvst's .Maguici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 August 1874

SSKMW i'HE BRISTOL NEWS I. C. FOWLER, 1 niTOtt AM FKOPRILVUR. TUESDAY AUGUST. It, 1874. LOCAL. E'er Parre. other Locals se Third The Autumn Fairs. 1. Bristol Border Fair, 23rd, S4th, 25th, Sept. 2. Greeuevill?, 23rd, 24th, 25th Sept. 3. Abinzdon Holston, 30th Sept., lfct, 2nd, October. 4. Jone&boro 30th Sept., 2nd, October. 5. "Wytlicville, . O'.b, 7th, October. let, 8th, C. Pulabki, 13th, lltlu 15th October. 7. Kichmond, 27th,2Sth, 29th, 30th, October. AWOJfl. Tlie Courier says Mr. J. A. Childress killed recently on Holston mountain, three rattle Snakes, one of which measured fourteen inches In circumference. This snake must have had its tumors on its own iueide. Look out Helms! Doctor F. C. Miles, lias a throe legged -douhled-tailed chicken. Our friend Bob Hamlet owned a similar one eight years ago, except that it had btill another leg to spare. Our old friend C. It. own last week. He Millard was in is now Belling: cheap goods iu Lancaster Ky and wc are glad to learn h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 August 1874

BRISTOL NEWS rrfiLisiixn ix coonsox, .Ths Virginia port t-f the Tontv I. C. FOWLER' iaiuo'1 every Tuasday at 12.00 per an vn. It i furaile.l to clubs often at $1.00 per coj1. The Editor of theNtwsig not responsible for urixioxa expressed bj sorrespondaU. JOB WORK fxecutel with neatnen and dispatcb at New York prices. iuesoay! august is, m. ' EVENT and COMMENTPhlladelplla haa been searched, from cellar to garrett, and little Charley Boss can no where therein be found. The proceeding was illegal but no cne objected to it. When Gov. Amea wisb.ee an election perverted, he asks for federal troops, but when the town of Austin, is be lug sacked and gutted by uegToes, he appeals only for local aid. Marshall Bazalne clipped down a knotted cord froni his prison heipht into the boat his good wife had in the dark cea below for him. This i9 not the first knotty subject he has disposed of. France has a poor way of keeping his political prisoners. We would rather have the old bronze faced Marshall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 August 1874

if ItiE BRISTOL NEWS i . c. Foxnii, r.niTOK a xii rRoi'Rii-Ton. TUesfflW MJG'JST, 13. 1374. - '.V i'C:- TJJ j n !- K'J? Wisest JiVKNT iind COMMENTMnj. Dmul and Capt. Whitehead, have it it Ip and thigh in the Lynchburg Dmt. Am omul, Lynchburg pwmra by IfT tuan, and v reckon L liChlurg is light this tiine. Last Wednesday nil'.l the stormLing swept around Ly nchhurg. nd destroyed aA of her telegraphic ronlieotior.p, and then the windows of lienven npi-ti-d. and the Hoods came down in ' olid columeV' to tliat if the city lind not been setup edgwue, it would have diowned out. As it va, it a fiuiply washed out. Gov. Kemper p.ij-s Superintendent Tulliaferro of tlie l'enitentiary, Las not Lueii dishonest nor incapable, and if lie has teen drunk, he has been won!rondy tdy ubout it, so he refuses In remove that one legzed holdier. If 'i'lIinffrro were Jim frludso, and we were J no. Hay, we would hint that Kemper "a'int gvvine to be too hard" on a lillow that fell on the battle's front. Edward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 August 1874

atw-V. ! BRISTOL NEWS. "nJtSOAY. AUGUST IS. 1874. ARRIVAL axd DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. ITLlMif SIS. I tmo R. R. WaeHugton Time. Ta!Wi:xeii Trai.vp : !ftT Inenburg 4 50 r u and 5 am. Arrir it Bristol 4 08 A " 4 30 r u. LeTft Bristol 11 H a u 8 18 t u. Arrive at LyncliVg 10 10 r m " 7 60 a m. FrciohT: -lrriT at Bristol 6 05 a . 5 15 T u ' LctTd. " 5 00 E. T. Ti. n4 . B. Nashville Time. PAPsryo Tbais: UEte Bi.stol S 48 a M and 4 10 r M. ravins KnoiTille 10 28 a M & 10 5S P M. a.rrie In Chattanooga, 4 60 r u 4 55 a u. LcAve Chattanooga 6 30 a H & 10 5 P mPassing Knoitille 11 44 am & 3 56 am. Arrive In Briftol 7 3 T U k 10 33 a m. Freight Tkaix: Lfttei Briitol S a m 4. 6 30 P M. Arrivci At Bristol 9 30 a u & 8 P. M. CLUB RATES. We will club the Neto with the fol'svlng Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Houchern Cultivator, $3.50 Harper'a Magazine, 5.00 Kcribner's Magazine, 5.00 fjodey's Lady's Bool:, 4.50 Demorest'a Magazine, 4.5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 August 1874

I'HE BHiSTOL NEWS i.e. Fowusn, TUESDAY AUGUST, 13. 374. LOCAL. Fur othfc Locals sec Third Tbo Autiinm fairs. 1. Bristol Herder Fair, 23rd, 21th, '25th, 6ept. 2. Grecncvillp, 23ul,2ith, 25th, Sept. 3. Alnnjruon lloltton, DOth Sept., 1st, 2nd, October, -i. Joncbboro', 30th Sept., 2nd, October. .. Wythcville, C:h, 7ih, 1st, Stb. October. 13th, lith, 15th, October. 7. Itichmond, 27th, SStli, 29th, 30th, October. IJnptist IVrualo College. We direct attention to the advertisement of President JIanard, for the above Institution, which will open its next session under more favorable aunplec than any previous one. Notwithstanding the panic we hope those who have been kind enough to unbtcribe to its endowment will come forward with as liberal payments as posbible. A little financial aid juid at the proper time will be of great advantage to the in-ilstution, which in turn is of j;reat advantage to this country. Mr. luanard is very energetic in the discharge of bis new dutien, and we predict a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 August 1874

i ! ADVERTISING RATES RATES FOB ONE Y FA K , First inch . ... 0,r,T Each 8ulM'!ieiit inch ... -1,0(1 To find the rate for nhnrtrr lime, f.rt ti n the rate for one jear, then f.t p, r cent ot will he the rate for m month J'l jcr cent " 'three month . oil " " two month 20 ' " one inonlli 13 " 4 IWOWItliK ID " one week Local advert. scments, Transient, f 0 cent pef fine Eeguhtrly . ' per Ii tie A X l' MEM ENTS. For Congresn, I.op.-lature, or ('unity oflicen. each ... . c.'i.lf Town and Township otiiccs . L'.;"b The above rat will t e rigid'y adhered to. XI ft 0 131UST0L NEWS jTHI.IMIED IX OOODSOX, The Virginia portion of the Townr.v I. C FOWLER. ,saac-l ercry Tuesday at lf'2.00 vr nn uin. H furaUueltoclu.bg of ten at $1.00 per copy. -oThe Editor of tlieNKWsia not responsive for opinions expressed hy orrcspouduts. JOIJ WORK Executed villi neatneus and dispatch at lie York prices. S&yTaUGUSTIB, 1374. EVENT and COMMENTThe Nashville fianncr in an elaborate aitic c favors the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 August 1874

i'HE BRISTOL NEWS I'. C. FOWLER, r.DITOU AXD PBOPKII.TOK. TIIESD&Y AUGUST, 25, 1874. X. " . ISVEiNT and COilMENT The last will and testament of Scnai'lierib lias been exhumed among the ruins of Nineveh by Mr. Geo. Smith f the I5ritti-h Museum. It is injrr.ived on htone, and devises all "my chain of gold, heap of ivory, a cup of gold, crowns and chains with thtm, all the wealth that I have in heaps, crystal and other precious stone, and bird's stone," to his koii Esur Had!on. But the said uddou seems to have made way with tiie artitles, though he left the will to be picked up 2554 years afterward, but then he lived OS) years before Christ taught the doctrine of benevolence. l'red Douglas advises his brother freed nieii (for Fred was legally a slave as 'ong as any of them) to leave the States in which they are in a minority, and migrate to those where the whites are in a minority. This is gimd a-lvice, and. in order to meet the nuid Douglas half way, we will advise the whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 August 1874

BRISTOL NEWS "IdLSOAY. AUGUST 25, IS74. . ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. miMic, n:s. . cmo p.. a. Washington Time. Passevger Trains: Leave Lvncliburg 4 50 r u uni 5' A M. Arrive at Rrittol 4 OS a if " 4 30 r M. Leave Brwtol 11 14 a " 8 18 r . Arrive at LyacbVg 10 10 p m " 7 50 A . Fr.KioHT rrive at Bristol G 05 A si. 5 15 I- M Leaves " 5 00 a m. C. T. TI. and CA. R. U. Nashville Time. Taesemur Trains: Lrave lirihtol S 48 a M and 4 10 pm. Ts-mhS Knoxville 10 38 a m & 10 58 P.M. Arme in Chattanooga 4 50 P M 4 6.S a m. 1 eave Chtttaooa 5 30 A M & 10 05 P M. .Wing KuoxviUe II 44 a & 3 56 a M. Arrive in htintol 7 3 p m &. 10 38 a m. Trkight Trains : L avert Bristol 5 A M & 6 30 P M. Arrives at Bristol 9 30 a m k. 8 p. m. GlaUB RATES. We will club the JTcu; with the fol'awing Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Sou (hern Cultivator, $3.50 Harper's Magazine, Seribiiei'a Magazine, fjodey's Lady's liook,Detnorest'a M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 August 1874

ME BRISTOL NEWS I. C. FOWLEK, EDITOR A 51 D fnOI'BI.TOR. TUESDAY AUGUST, 25, 1874. LOCAL. other Locals tee Third Fur The Autumn Fairs. 1. lirifctol Uurdcr Fair, 23id, i4th, 25th, Sej.t. 2. Grecncvillc, 23id,24th, 25tli, Sept. . Abingdon HoUon, SOtl Sep., Ut, 2n1, October. 4. Jonefcboro', 30th Sept., let, 2nd, Octoljer. 5. Wytlieville, Csli, 7th, Sth, October. 13th, 14th, 15th, Octolcr. 7. Kichinoml, 27th, 2Sth, 2'Jth, SOth, OctoUr. 8th. Tazewell County Fair, Sqt. 30, and Jet, and 2d. October. J I O It m i : li: A CC 1 1 I2XT. KiivcIoik'cI in Flame. Oti last Wednesday afternoon, Nancy CIemmoii3, a bright mulatto woman, living with l'rof. Deichman's family attempted to kindle a fire in a etove, hy tKHiring Keroseue from a can, on the wood, and had deposited the can on the floor, and after lighting a piece of paper, threw it careless down. Observing iu a moment that her dress had taught from it, she accidentally kicked ever the can of Kerosene, which ignited and exploded, enveloping he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 1 September 1874

BRISTOL ItfEWS .Ths Virginia portion sf ths TBr I. C- FOWLER. iMiM-l tttrj Tatsiy at e2.00 per an ti.n. It is furuwhel to clutu often t 11.00 prr copy. The Editor of the Ntcwuia not responsible for rixiox expressed by orreponduts. .TolF WORK executed with neatness And dispatch at New Vork prices. IQeSOW, SIPTEH3ER I. 18! 4. KVENT unci COMMENT Tiltou lia brought . suit against j:ewbr,.-fir S-j(MK damage, aiid in reply to hi alb-gallon., lieecher lias turorn that they are untrue. In the mraii tim the young woman Behsie. whom Til ton neiit away from his house to school, in her statement liefare the committee, does very tall wearing against Tilton. The committee have reported, vindicating lieecher fully. The widow ami daughter of -Krone-wull Jackson have been Mijourning at Varni Spring, N. C. Hut aa fT Stonewall, he is "over the river, resting under the shade of the trees. " Hamuel McDo well Moore, of Rockbridge, is c'aimud ly the Lexington thiztttf; to be the only surviving member of t...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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