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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 1 September 1874

i HE BRISTOL NEWS i . c. fowli:i:, I DIIOK AX1 I'ROl'BinoK. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER I. 1874. j KVENT and COMMENT Cov. Brown has offered a reward of KOcacli for the a r rent of the Gibson County lyncher), of the tixtcen i.egroes. There neems to have been no necessity for this violence to the civil law. The black offenders were in jail and there was no throat of rescue, Our irfends in West Tennessee und Kentucky are pursuing the right course to pass the t ivil Rights bill while East Tcuucesce is righting herself to defeat it. Judge It. W. Hughes is credited by the declaration that hereafter no one Miall ait on one of his juries who cannot read and write. He may go fariher and require that one shall not marry until he first learns to read and write. Gen. Geo. C. Dibbrcll was nominated , at McMinville, last Thursday, for Congress from the third Tenn. Dist. Our readers will remember that it was the accidental presence of Dihbrells' brigade in this vicinity that Hived Saliville from JJurbridjje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 1 September 1874

Bill STOL -NEWS lUESOH. SEPTEMBER I, 1874. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 1TLWT1C, HIS. k OHIO R. K. WaeLington Time." PASHKver.B Traik : .7. inrUtftlVW m "4 Mr r u. UaTe Bristol 11 14 A M Arrive at LyncLVg 10 10 r Fpkicht: ' '-'! Arrive at Bristol C Oi a Leavei " 8 18 r i. " 7 61) m. i ' r m. ft 5 15 r m 6 DO a a. E. T. Tl. nd 1. R. E. ' i. Nashville Time. PASsrvsKB Tkaish: t..,ve UrUtol 4 a anM 10 pm 1Vhi Knoxvill 10 38 a . k 10 58 r M Arrite in ClmtMDOf iga 4 60 T v 4 6.S a m i .,. (1:ntnooe 5 SO A M f 10 W ! 11 44 a H & 3 &6 a M. 7 3 r a & 10 33 a x. Arriv in Briatol. iR-icnT Tbainu: UtrN Bristol 5 A H Si 6 30 P M. Arrives at l'.ristol 9 30 a M & 8 P. a. CLUB RATES. We will club the itow with the (blowing Peritidicals at-the following prices for the two: Southern Cultivator, $3.50 if-irner'n Mntrazine. 5.00 Hcribner's Magazine, ( jodey'a Lady's Hook, Deiriorest's Magazine, lilnckwootl, Eclectic Magazine, 5.00 4.50 4.50 5.00 0.00 ...

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

i HE BRISTOL NEWS I . C. FOWLEK, KDITOIt AXK PBOPatlfcT. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER , 1374. LOCAL. For other Ixxals ec Third Tlie Autnmn Fairs. 1. Bristol Border Fair, 23rd, 24th, 25th, Sept. - 2-Greencillp, 23rd, 24th, 25th, Sept. 3. Abingdon Holston, 30th, Sep4., 1st, 2nd, Octolcr. 4. Joncfcboro', 30th Sept., 1st, 2nd, Octolcr. 5. Wythcville, 6:h, 7th, Sth, October. 0. Pulafcki, 13th, 14th, 15th, October. 7. Richmond, 27th, 2Sth, 2'Jth, 30th, October. Sth. Tazewell County Fair, Sept. 30, and l6t, nnd 2d. October. Xcw Citizens. lit. It. L. Blair, cf Jcnesboro', has removed to BrUtol. and will keep the BoardinK-IIouae at King College. There ore also eevera other families removing to our town to embrace the opportunities affordtd l.y our numerous liue educational intlilutiou?. Get up Your Tobacco Specimen. By au accident the premiums for Tobacco were left out of the Premium Iibt for i lie Border Fair. But premiums are olll-rcd, and we hope this itu1 xir taut and promising branch of in--!:itry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 8 September 1874

BRISTOL NEWS prmmnrn ix ooodsos. JH V.re-ir.;a ?;rt!; sf TsnBY I. C rOWLER. guel erery TaeiJUy Rt S2.90 per at urn. I' fursiitd t3 eluti cf ten at f 1 .CO per copy. o The Editor of t'ue Xi.vsia ct respenei -Me for opi.viovs expressed ty t&rrespcriJuts. .KM3 WORK Ficcutel with Leutters ai.J dispatch at Set York prices. lUESOAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. TERRY. ii:oci:i:iiNas of tht. ma. ItlON CONVENTION. IE IltV NOMINATED ON THE Dtli BALLOT. "Wharton Dropped on the 2nd, and Bowen on the 3rd Nip aud tuck Between Terry and Campbell Ho wen pfoes to Campbell Eirst knocK Down Tr Pulaski The C;oiic-nlln first Bucked and then i:irgcI Moth Fame and Miatuc Covered and smothered There were duo at the Marion Convention, last Wednesday, loC delegates from the fifteen counties composing the Oth Di6t.. and if vc count the Alternates, there must have been a representation "mounting to 2."0, then and there present. There was a lively, not to say intense degree of interest manifested, but there ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 8 September 1874

f HE BRISTOL NEWS 1. C. FOWLEH, I.DITOU AMI IMlOPBItTOa. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1874. LVKNT :uid COMMENT 'J lie "c.J,,r line" in Hie Southern States, ecni3 to grow more bloody. In Red Uivcr Parish, 2-3 negroe were recently discovered in a jlot to murder certain white citizens assembled mi a coci.il o-c;Lsioii. Thev consented in Jpavo tin; country, and were started oir under guard, but were captured from the euurd and killed Kellog oilers fcj.OKi for each of the lynchers. Tennessee is abhize with passionate protest agaiust the Gibson and Trousdale outlaws. Ex President Jeilerson Davis, lieu. For ret-1. Ex-Gov. Harris JUKI others, ha c made speeches against it. ireeiieville -Mi.-, has ! destroyed l y lire. Los a quarter million. The President consents to semi troops to Louibiana, Alabama, ami South Catolina, only leaving the mar- : kIm.Lt., ..I .itfon.rvH to de.-i.'nate the t-hala and attorney to designate the local necessity fur them. Col. David M. Nelson has been nominated ut Chattano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 8 September 1874

BRISTOL NEWS . - .- lUESOAY. SEPTEMBER 8,. 1874. ?3 ARRIVAL am. DEPARTURE OF TRAIN? ninnr, nis. tumio it. a. Wellington Tirce. rssi:xci:B Traixk : Leave i.j-jn.""s - " - . Arrive at ISriatul 4 08 a M Leave Bristol ' 11 U a m Arrive At LyncliVjj 10 1 m" . A M. A 30 r - 6 18 P u. 7 60 am. FkkiuHT : Arrive At Bristol C 0i Leave AM. 5 15 r M 5 CO A M. E. T. 11. and CI. R. B. " Nufhville Time. TiW.sr.ffi Ti:ain: leave RrUtol S 48 a M anil 4 10 p M. IV.sfinp Kiiosvtlle 10 28 a m & 1 53 P Arrive i" I'linttHr.wijfa 4 f0 p M 4 fJ a m. 1 fave I'Lnttaiumsra f SO a m & 10 05 P m. TVmii Knoxville 11 44 a m & 3 56 a m. Arrive in Bristol 7 3 P M i 10 38 a . I n k;iit Trains : Un vc Bristol 5 a M & f. 30 r M. Arrive at Bristol 9 30 a m &. P. m. CLUB RATES. We w ill club the iVctr with the fol-'j-Aiiif; Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Southern (Cultivator, $3.."0 Harper's Magazine, 5.00 S lioner'a Magazine, 5.00 '.ooYy-'m ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 8 September 1874

i HB ERISTOl. NEWS i.-C FOWLER, I.DlTOK A.Xt l'flrKItTR. TUESDftY SEPTEIi'BFR 2, 1374. LOCAL. Fur other Locals ecu Third v& The Autumn Fairs. 1. Bristol Vender Fair, 23rd, 24th. 25th, Sept. 2. Greeuevillo, 23id,24th, 25th, Sept. 3. Abingdon Ilointoii, COth Sep'., 1st, 2nd, October. 4. Joncebyro', 30th Sept., 1st, 2nd, October. r. Wjthcville, Cih, 7tli, gth, j Ktobcr. 6. Pulaski, 13th, J4tli, 15th, October. 7. Itichinond, 27th, 2Sth, 23th, 30ih, October. 8th. Tazewell County Fair, ?qt. 30, and l.t, and 2d. October. Ktlura of President Mana.nl, President Matiaid icturcd la.st week from a protracted trip into the countis cf Scott, Lee, Claiborne and Hancock. We are ;luJ to loam he has secured a goodly number of pu pils, and w ith the basis iflorded by Dr. links' ski!!, has largely improved in health. Uut for Lis recent illness, the T. College would have .started off even better tl.an it will, but as it. is, it will make the most successful uryjon in its his-tory. Lei Broken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 15 September 1874

BRISTOL NEWS ITIILISHCI IS GOODW. ..H Virginia piston sf tt.e Ta V I. C FOWLER. usual ercry Tuoilaj at S2.00 per aa t j.. It 1 faraUbel to cl-ls cf ten at 81 .00 j.e: cop J. Tii Editor f theNiMrU tot rrponii,;e uc nrixnN expressed .utieir-p,rid-uU. .TOii WORK rxvutl witL ncitfic-i and dispatch at New Voik price. EVKNT :tntl COMMENT OLL Jno. P.oliinson shows at Ljyf.hburg ii the 2otl and jrot-s thence to Norfolk aid thence into the Carolina. W hi a new way of advertising, promising to refund money if he docs not exhibit everything on his bills. A herd of Oinittt-H, hii otttrich twelve feet high and a Khluoceros arc among the varieties. The ln indicate that the Chcs. it O. 11. U. must iaa out of the hand of Its present owners. A. H. Perry, the leueral Superintendent, has ' resigned mihI returned to New Em-land. Col. Thoti. Dodamede. once Supt. of tlie Va. fc Tenii., H. K., has teen tendered the position, but ho hesitnteH to f-et li ih loot upon ground that is slippery. If Richmond fdi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 15 September 1874

I HE fcHlSTilt MEWS Yrtn sn PROFniLTon. TUESQ&Y SEPTEMBER 15, 1374. KVKNT iind COMMENT Hill hlokes, "Bald Fugle of the Mountains." is srn indept -intent candidate or C'ongretw, in the Chattanooga I)i.t. Having bt-m decorated with a royal order of ihe Penitentiary, lie now govs for hiLcr honors. Last WeWiresday tw o trains attempted to cross the Long Bridge at Washington at the name time from opposite directions. They came within thirty feet of meeting, and producing a coilissi hi the result of which must have been too terrible for descript.on. Gov. Baxter has been nominated for Gov. of Arkansas, and declined the honor, whereujKjn lion. A. II. Garland, was nominated and accepted. 1'oor Brooks etays out in the coid. The Captor of John II. Surratt, Itcnjandn Slo. Marie, died tuddrii'y of lu-art liseac in Philadelphia, lat week. Poor chap, begets his reward in the nt At world, bt-fore the one promised him by the government, which agreed to piy him 2.1.000 but never paid but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 15 September 1874

.t . m IHUSTOL NEWS 1 0LSDarr SEPTEMB ER IS. 1874. ARRIVAL ixn DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 1TL1XTIC, JI1S. Ji OHIO R. C. AViulihigton Time. Tassi:voi:b Tkaixp : I rave LrncMiurg 4 60 P M ftnJ 5 am. Anive at Hrielol 4 8 a M " 4 SO i . Unve Brirtol 11 14 A M " 8 18 P . Arrive at LynchVg 10 10 t U " 7 60 a M. Fpkight Arrive at liriatr.1 C 05 a m. a 5 13 r Ji Leave " 5 U0 a M. C. T. VI. and CI. B. R. Nashville Time. rSSKNKR TllAlNf: Loaxc lliii-tol .I 4 a M nnd 4 10 pm. Pit, in-: Knoxville 10 38 a m & 10 68 p m. Arrive in C!iattnnoopa 4 60 P M 4 66 A M. (.liattanoojro 6 30 a m & 10 05 P m. rt.Miip Knoxville 1 1 44 a m & 3 66 a m. Arrive in I'lii-tol 7 3t r Ji & 10 38 a m. Frkiuut Trains : Leaves Rriftol 5 A M i 6 30 P M. Arrives at P.rietul 9 30 a m &. H P. M. CLUB RATES We will club the ..Von with the fol-3"-ing Periodicals t tie following prieeH for the two: .southern Cultivator, J3."0 Harper's Magazine, 5.0U Scribner's Magazine, 5....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 15 September 1874

I HE BRISTOL NEWS I C FOWI.EIt. I.DITOR ytt PROPRIITOn. ssasessi scrsii TUESDAY SEFTEE3ER IS, IS74. ere LOCAL. er-s--aat iiiii. rrt l For other Locals tee intra - - The Autmim Fairs. 1. Bristol Ecrder Fair, 23n3, 21l!i, 25t!i, Sept. 2. Greene villi, 23; d, 24tlj, 25th, Sept. 3. Abingdon Hoiston, COth, Sep4., Ut, 2nd, October. 4. Jonesboro', 30th Sept., Ut, 2nd, October. 5. Wythcville, 6'-h, 7th, 8th tober. ( Octobe . G. Pulaski, 13th, Hth, 15thOctober. 7. Kichmond, 27th, 26th, 29th, 30th, October. .t m II - tr. 6tll. iaZ3eil oonnt i an, . Sept. 30, aaJ Ut, and 2d. Octobtr1 rcreonal. C-1. Geo. It. McCMIan called at this offlce a few days ago. He reports a flattering condition of things iu the Cr.'t Ttn:c6ee Dirict and Bays the great heart of the Ktauneh oid democracv warm toward him wherever he goes. Mr. L. T. Cosby, the smooth and always ready Circuit Court Clerk at , Abingdon, ads in town lat-t week , ,i ' of courC he called at tl ing. Gen. A. IZ. Jackson and lady were j iu town Js...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 22 September 1874

BRISTOL NEWS ITIIMSIIEW IX COODSOX. ,. kThe V'.rgM portion f the Tc v. - ' i. c. rowi.Bn. pttj TnesJiy at $2.00: pr. n n n. It f.irui.Vae I todul.s often at ? .00 per copy. eZrf r TJie,r.Ht.r of , t he "N kws is net r!f onu for .iri i.Ah2 prc-sM hy teiirerpoll,!ntr. v . : i ; " t. ! " - ADVERTISING- RATES' n.ucs rcr. cm: tfar.' Firtt in-h . . , . $10,00, Ejk-Ii i!ulep.-tni4 ir.H ; ." . 1, no To fi'l tliv rnt Ar i1-oiter limf, frl ft 4 tlio rntc for one cur, llieii i: p-r crut of will 5e (Le mte f..r t-ix month j " '" '7V!r? 1T:riCV I I'l prr i-p'st 3 ) ". 21 ' ". !.' " " 10 ' tlirr mm. tli tWO llliilltll Oil? llflt two week one ei k JOJVWORli Kxecnte-1 with r.eatliesa and dinpatoli at NeWorV prices. " ' ' 1 UESOAY, SEPTEM3ER 22. 1374. liVKNT and COMMENT It took 1ST ballots to renominate Jlon.Jno. M.Hrightln the 5th Teun. Jhst, Thi is calculated to give him a high, degree of regard for his friends and resist for his eoiui.etitors who jame ao near unciowning him. : Mr. Frederick Rule,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 22 September 1874

3 HE BRISTOL NtWS I. C. FOWLER, Tl'tSOW tlPTEH'BER 22, 1874. Till CHATTANOOGA WOW Ilio Hero of the. Citil Klglittf Bill JVomhiatcd. The radical convention which ni'jt lust Timrs-Jay, in James' Hall, Chattanooga, rolled atd enrged like tV.c Soa'Ji Ss:i in a tornado. The whites were afraid of the Civil Rights Bill, suid the negroes were h tennined to have it the central plank in the platform. The whites wished no nomination made, and the negroes determined to nominate Milliard, t'ie moot const icuum adrucatc cf that odious measure. As there would bo pratically no radieal party in Tennessee with" out the nrgro, that celebrated char acttr rode the comenrion, dictated tho pJattbrm and nominated the mighty Maynard, who came forward, nid in a deliberate speech, boldly defended and advocated the Civil llighta Bill :u it jwissed the federal Senate. Here then ia the work of that party which fecks to overthrow the restored govern nu-nt of the State. It adopts a platform, which, while it defend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 22 September 1874

BRISTOL JSNVS ISsOW. SEPTEnSER'22, JS74: 3 ARRIVAL axi DEPARTURE OP TRAINS. mnnc, cmo k. r. Washington Time. pwEVcr.R Traik: ive LrncWunr fiO r n4 5 a m. Arrive Ct BriBtffl 4 tt a " 4 3 r . Ute Bristol II U " 8 18 r a. Arrive at L.TncL.bS 10 10 r U " 7 50 a m. rriv it Bristol C 05 a m. a o 15 r m C. T. T. nd CI. R: B. Xathville Time. Yt?rsi Traix": Iwe Urietol 3 4 a .nd 4 10 pm. r-injt KnoiTille 10 2R a x k 10 58 p.. Arrive iii Clmtmnooga 4 50 t 4 6f a . IfsTel battunoopt & 30 a m & l(M"5rn. rM.iiut Kiioiville 11 44 a m 4 3 56 a . Arrive in JVutol 7 3. FU&10 38am. rRFJT Twain: Jrc Rmtol 5 a v & 6 30 r H. Arric ut L'riittol 0 30 a si L r. M. CLUBRATES. We will club the Xew with the foljTrlnjr Periodicals at the following pricea for the two: Southern Cultivator, Harper' Magazine,- 5 00 Hcribtter'R Mapaziue, 5.00 Viodey's Lady's Boo, 4.50 l)emoret Magazine, 4.50 lilackwtmd, 5.00 .Eclectic Magazine, G-00 The Aldine, r, w' fiittf-Casli in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 22 September 1874

I HE BRISTOL NEWS i. c. Fowmt, 1 lUToH A ritOtBlfcTK. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1374. LOCAL. For other Locals see Third 1W. Tlic Autumn Faiirf. 1. Bristol lVtiihr Fair, 23rd, 24th, 25th, St-.t. 2. Grccueville, 23jd,24th, 25th, 3. AbingtW lloiston, COtli, Sopt., 1st, 2nd, October. i. Jojicbboro', 30th Kept., ltd, 2nd, October. 5. Wj-thcvHle, C:h, Till, Stir October. G. Pulaski, 13th, 14th, 15th? October. 7. Richmond, 27th, 2Sth, 2'Jtli, SOtli, October. 8th. Tazewell County Fair, Sqd. 30, and 1st, and 2d. October. Nice Good. Dr. J. C, IY'ipcs lias surmounted bis Iletl Mortar, with a lare gilt onRle, and lias j ist replenished liia phelvcs with a fino assortment of frerdi fancy goods for the Fair Cull and e limn fortliey are such as would adorn any city Drug Store. Located. We are glad t have met at this office Mr. Wm. 1 lMackwt II, of Ihc county of JiUiientury, Va. He in n refutable merchant of thirty yean rcrience, a gentleman of character, and comes lo settle in our midst, where he can ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 29 September 1874

- -.a-ir. (, lesTewtaa. BRISTOL NEWS ITRllSIftD IX GOCDSOX, . Th Virginia portion of the TownBV 1. C. FOWLTZR. ur jcoI every Toiwl.it it I2.0 per an ,.,. it it fjrauiui toclula often at $1.03 pe r copy. The EJitor of theXtwgu not ree-ponsi-Me for oi'ixloN'S expressed by ttorret-pond-a!s. ADVERTISING RATES F.ATIS FOR 0XE YE.U.. Fir&t incb . . ... $10 1 Each sut'6e,-ticnt inch . , . 4,11:1 To find the rate for thrrXtr time, Crst f the rate for one j ear, then GO prr cent oi will he the rat for aix mci H W per crt;t " three aid fli " " twoxiiof'2U ' " " cne mort 15 to wevi li " ' " cii9wtk Local ajTcrtiementf , Transient , 10 cents per n r Kvgularly a j,er lite ANN0UXCEM.NTS1. For Conjresn, Lrgislaturc, or Cctintr pfc.each ":;.. Town and Township offices . 2. Si. The aLove rutes will be rigid'y au'uereil u 0 .TO B WORK xecutel with neatness and dipatcli at Ve Vork prices. VOLUME X. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1874. Whole No. 473 No, 5. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 29 September 1874

I HE BRISTOL NtWS I.C. FOWLER, r.niTOU a rRoruiiron. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29. 1374, assert--!;VJ:NT and COMMENT The Border Fair Association was tlie grandest success of ilie year. T!i association is practical!' out of debt, is possessed of a- magnificent property , and is crowned by five thousand people with the wreath of victory. Jno. Ambler 3ir.it!i. the boy Congressman, pitches into Rush Pnrgoss with a rush , and has placed a BURR under that official's tail, which will cause hiir to kick out of harness The President positively prohibits the whit ft from trespassing on the Black H lis. Is the colored man the.i to have the privilege of being sc.ilpcvl by the Sioux? Col. Fred Grant, says its all h lie about there being gold there, but cast if we don't believe Cuitar about that. W. II . Pettyjohn, an old citizen cf Norfolk, has committed suici'Je, The Richmond Wnia publishes a rumor that tho Va. Railroad Companies have determined to stop the issuance of dead head passes to inctnbers cf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 29 September 1874

MIISTOL NEWS lUtSMT. SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. ARRIVAL ad DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. ' mime, his. ,chio b.e. Washington list. Paeskvceb ThaTK: Leave Lrachburg 4M r K tnJ S a sr. Ircive at Bristol 4 C8 a m " 4 30 r u. Lmt Bristol 11 14 A U " 8 18 Ml. irrire it LynbVg 10 10 r u 7 50 a k, FrxiOHT : Arrive tt Bristol G l!3 a V. 6 15 r Leaves 6 CO a m. E. T. U. 0 CI. R. n. NashvlUt Time.. rs6FNOi.B Tbaixp: Leave P.ristol S 48 a V end 4 10 r u. Ttwin? KnoxviU 10 38 a m & 10 58 r m. An ire in CUttinoog 4 60 P W 4 5 a u. Leave Chattar.oora 5 30 A M & 10 05 P M. Passinjt KnoiviUe 11 44 a u L 3 56 a u. Arriv in Riiatol . 7 3 . T it & 10 38 A it. FREIGHT TPAIKS : Lea tea Eiistol 5 A M t 6 30 P Arrives at Bristol 9 30 A M & 8 P. M. GLiUB RATES. We will club the A'ew with the fol"swinsr 'Perlodicala at tho following prices for the two: Southern Cultivator,Harper's Magazine,--53.50 - 5 00 - 5.00 - 4.50 - 4.50 - 5.00 - 6.00 - 6.00 Hcribner'a Magazine, Godey'a La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 29 September 1874

I HE BRISTOL NtWS I . O. FOWLER, TliEiD&i SEFTEKEER 5?. 1374. LOCAL Fur other Locals see Third The Autumn Fairs. GrcencviIIo, 'Jold, Jith, -.otli, AliiniOn Iloloton, 30th Sept. . p, 1st, 2nd, October. 4. Joncfcburo', 30iJi 2nd, October. 5. WytheviliV, October. 6:1., tilt, b. Pulaski, 1 LOU!, lUl, Mil. iril. October. 7. Kichmond, 27th, 2Sth, 2Sth 30th, October. Mh. Tazewell Courtly Fair, Spt. 30, and 1st, :i:;u -J. wi ,1 CI I obtr, J'creonal. Mr. II. T. Cox of the Atlanta House, of II. T. Cox A. Co., called at this office l..st Wednesday, These gentlemen know the worth of Primers ink, and Lav grown prosperous by i and by being always right. There is no better firm in the .South. La Crcmc dc la Cremc for October, l'rsitlas music for advanced players: laming Bellf. Vinion f I'aradise. firace ct Co'juttterie. The Merry Huntsman. fSiug il.ir.lie .Sing. This is the lines-t musical publication i;i America, and is intended for the Piano. Trice $4.00 per am. urn Hingle mtmlirs SC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 6 October 1874

BRISTOL NEWS prRM"ED i ooodbox, Ti.t V,rrf:r..a pirtlcn tf tha TswnLY I. c. roNB. jsi.isl eTry Tuiaj it 2.00 fer an ,: n. It furiiheJ to clubs often at $1.00 The Clivr wf tha Xnvsla not mponBi11 for oriMs txX,ril Ij aarrMpoudai. job woniv rwU'.l xitb nctue Mid diepatcl. at IUES0&Y. 0CT03ER 6, 1874. tiii: 1WIU AT aiunion The Holstou Fair at'Abingdon has lml llif xniiU-9 of providence, iuaaife-t-d in the most delightful weather in inch of Its three exhibitions. The ter. ,ille equinoctial r-torm which net in n Saturday evening after the gate 0f the Horder Fair at Bristol had been closed, fpent itself against Tuesday morning, and gave a day of sunshine, which prepared the ground and gave opportunity for preliminary work on I he part of our friends at Abingdon. rr delightful was the day, that the fears of every one were dissipated, and the exhibition of Wednesday opened under very flattering auspices. The crowd in attendance was estimated at near one thousand, and the eutriea...

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