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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 6 October 1874

I'HE BRISTOL NLWS I. C. FOWLER, rniTon Acn PKOpmiToit. TItSOlY OCTOBER G, IS74. EVENT and COMMENT The JonosLoro' Fair Is paid to liave boon a sum, in rcfptxt to display i.n! in attendance. The Echo nays 1000 persons were present, on Thursday. S. A. Bovel of (he Joneiboro' Echo, lias retired from the (senatorial contest, nnd recommends his friend, S. I'. Grif.itli. The Grce nevide Convention pave u the name of Win, McFarland. us our in tle First Dist. He is a brother of Judge McFarland of the Supreme Court, aiui was a union man during the war, fince wheih he hnbeen h consistent democrat, Ho is ixiil tolieu plain man, one of good FMii:.e and of ikic character, and it if believed that he can frlip in between Butl.r and Gillvnwaters. (Vrtaiu it in that if both tli cue gentleman run ti-.e democracy have the t'ame perfectly within their reach, Senator Brown low hna declared hi.m-t-rlf a candidate for Congress, the Chronicle nriy. it is comniitied to 1 Jiornl-urjr, and will coutinuw to sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 6 October 1874

BRISTOL-NEWS VJESOW. OCTOBER 6, 1374. Ar.RlVAL axd DEPARTURE OF TBAI5S. iTIlVTIC , BIS. k CU10 B. U. Wufibiugton Time. I rave Lynchburg 4 .10 r and 5 AW. irri'e at Dristol 4 08 A 11 " 4 SO P M. lS Bristol 11 14 A M 18 P u. Arrive at Lyncbb'g 10 10 p ji " 7 60 A . Fsf.ighT : Arrive at Erietol Leave " 6 05 A k. 5 15 r m & CO a x. F.T.U. nslCi. R.R. Nashville Time. VorsGrn Tbaiw: Teave Bristol S 48 A m and 4 10 r m. l.in? KnoxviV.e 10 88 a k L 10 58 P . Arrive in Chattanooga 4 60 r 4 6 A . leave Chnttanoop 5 SO A t 10 6 P Famine Knoxville 11 44 a w fc ?, ft6 a . Ar'rive'in Bristol 7 3v P M & 10 S3 a m. FllKIcnT Tratsk I.mves Bristol 5 A M & G 30 r M. Arrives at Bristol 9 30 a M &. K P. M. We will club the -ATcm; with the fol3wing Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Southern Cultivator, : ?3."0 iionwr'a Mftfar.ine. 5.00 1 Scribner'g Magaziue, ;kU v'8 Lady's Book, Dcworest's Magazine, Blackwood, - 5.00 - 4.5') - 4.50 - 5.00 - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 6 October 1874

(HE BRISTOL NtVVS I-C. FOWLER, r.niTCIt 4"n PROPRIfcTOR. TUCSDfiY OCTOBER 6, 1574. LOCAL. other Local see Third For Fa-c. The Autumn Pairs. 5. WjtbcvillV, C'li, Till, October. 6. Pulaski,, loth, lit), 8th 15ih October. 7. UieimionJ, 27th, 2Sth, 2'Jih SOtli, Octohtr. 8th. Tazewell County Fair, Kept. SO, and lit, and 2d. Oct obi r, The October Magazine. Oodcy for October is In- .in ful A magnificent steel plate ei.ruvii p r.nd a brigl.t and tasty colored fashion plate with numerous nl.iin f sl n plates and cuts nisLe tip a profusion of display and adornment truly ad luirabic. We never know particularize Godey. It is FJ ?Tid:d For sale by King Hill bow to St. Nicholas For October. Opens with a blight .story by .V'rt. K. 11 Davis, nhicii is followed by a r-plendidly illustrated article on E.ypt by Mrs. Sara Keablcs Hunt. Vei.u-.' Flo - cr-Ijsket" is a description o th? (itass Sponge. with a picune tiiat is positively wonderful in the !e:iracy of its execution. Mrs. Mary Mapcs Dodge lias...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 13 October 1874

BRISTOL NEWS Frciint is cootso!f. TV .'r-'r.ia P-' Town" ' I5Y I. C- FOWLER. ,J3t erTulyat 2.00 per an t, rinei to data often at 81.CQ rr Cr-T cr--The RJi:tc-r cf thaNnwsia not reponiADVERTISING RATES JOB WORK r-."wtel with neatacss and diepstct at ;;e York vrices. I'JESCAY. CCT0SE3 13, 1374. EVENT and COMMENT Hon. It. M- T. Hunter is writinc a history the lute war. There are u-w u n wba know more of the secret ,,r j i: IjI ie his-tory of struggle than he, itt.ii ineie is uo more diupassioiiate inh;i through which tlie facts could be iii.-t'i.d lor the projer analysis. Dr. Burrows of the first Baptist Church, llicuniond, Las been called to Mobile, but decliiieH, and thinks of ac cepting another call to .Louisville. Col. Fred Grant gets married on the L'Oth in Chicago, to MIms Hoiiore. OoJy near frieada. will be invited Of course tuey tnupt couie laden with ; -stly piefeenta, for custom is very ex acting as well as often abominable. Houk and Henderson are both offthe track for Congre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 13 October 1874

i '! I it. r ; j i : s : I HE BRISTOL NtWS I. C. FOWLER, rniTon .txn prophiitor. PIESDAT OCTOBER I?, 1374. EVENT and COMMENT. Nebraska, lias produced nn apple weighing twenty nine sud a half ounce, haid to be tLe largest ever matured in America. Adam and Eve dined of ".tuiigle apple and tfie matter created bo umch disturbance, tliat we tire ati.-lied. with, those f more toodtralenizo. Nebraska can keep herV, or, wfcat would be better, let KclJog liar it, if it should work the tame misfortune oil him.Lt did uu Adam Rev. XV. C. Bowrr.sr, who fcnrnedi universal ist and left the M. E. Church South, will, ehoitly, coininenee publicum; the " lndrpt nhM" at Bakersville, Mitchell Co.. X. C, but he will M jKjIitics arid religion alm. This Ixfbnsiblc iu Bowman, for if he be right, our present politicians who are tiying to semi us to the devil, will be loiled anyway, a::d uni versalism h;i-jJit-s tlielettiiig alone of all religion. The daughter of wealthy atid wonderfully high strung parents a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 13 October 1874

.PISTOL NEWS VSsiT 0CT03ER 13, 1374. as v i. an-!. DEPARTURE 01? TRAINS. : ui nc, sis. ckio e. a V.'airLingtoa Time . .,t r. Trains : ... itii'.urg 4 5ft P m .; l'.ri.-:ol 4 l8 A M lltirt.d 11 H ar.J 5 " 4- A SO If Irrive at LyncLVg 10 10 P it 8 18 7 50 P M. A M. G 05 A M. 5 15 P M 5 00 a u. nive at iirietol l.e.ives " E.T.1'1. snJGA. R. R. Nashville Time. I'aksinoiii Trains: late Hrietol S .48 A M and 4 W R.M. I'ftMMn? Knoivillc 10 38 a m & 10 58 P M. rrne'"in Chattanooga 4 50 P m 4.55 a M. I.vc Chattanooga 5 30 A M & 10 05 . I'ithhi!)(r Ki.oxville 11 44 a M & 3 56 a M. Arrive in ritol 7 3 P. M & 10 38 A M. Fkkmjut Tuaikb: Unvcs Bristol 5 A M &. fr 30 P M. Arrives at Driatol 9 SO a it & P. M. GIUHB RATES. We will t lub the New with tbe folrAitig Periodicals at the following price for the two: Southern Cultivator, Harper's Magazine, -$3.50 - 5.00 - 5.00 - 4.50 - 4.50 - 5.00 - 6.00 - 6.00 Scribncr's Magazine, ;(1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 13 October 1874

l.iL Lil'O J V I, I t L. w I. c. fovli:i?, i ni rca arb rr.ornis.Tcn. T!LSOM CCT03n I?, 1374. LOCAL. t'of other L:--.'ti3 see Third TIic At:f::mn Fairs. '5. Vrvi;vil, C:Ii, Till, Stli. (V.ol.cr. C. Pulr..!.:, IS;!;, lilh, ICtli 7. nif-hmor..!, 27th, 23t!i, 29th 0;h, October. iu'iiruxi un lit. Mr. Null::iu .WerJey mrr rvo ththai.l.s of t!ic pu'. lic for tlie rta'ly oitt;rtit a:.d stately brick. dwelling he Isas frctccl on Wator street. Maj. Reynold') is prersrir.jr the (uululon for lii new trick d w-;Iii:gr. Dr. Cartrr is removing the old luiildon the corner of Moore Bt. , nr:d Winston's Alley, a work iu which he J.iis (.ur Fympnthica and which wc hi ; 2 will be fallowed by others. A Vciclii!sr. T.nft Wednesday eveninc a few of tin friends of the f orties were invited to the residence of Col. W. 15. Payne to v itne the inarrl.-ige of Dr. Bishop to Jji-s Do witt, a eater of J!rs. K. Payne. Dr. F.uIIini wan trtvnt and tiel the filkttj cord very beautifuland dex'roiiidy alioui two very ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 20 October 1874

.r. - - . BRISTOL NEWS rrni.iiiEi cooDSOS, The Virginia portion of the TownTY I. C FOWLER. Sss-icl every Tuesday at ?2.00 per n ,,. It i fiiraisbel to clubs often at $L00 Pcr copyTl,e Editor of the New? is not responsive for oriNioxs expressed by .orrespond- JOI3 WORK scented with neatness and dispatch at New York prices. a i i ..... i 1ULS0&Y. 0CTQ3ER 20, (874. WHACK! Mc3Iulli and Terry Filit. Gov. McMullin and Gen. Terry flight at Dstillvllle last Tuesday. (Jov. MeMulIir was freaking and stated tliiit Hen Terry bad said he was prevented from ppeakiug at Lebanon ly a net of ruaiaus. The statement w tts denied by Gen. Terry. In their contradictious they eaoie to blows, but were toon parted. We have the statement from a party direct from Etillvillo. The allair at Lebanon occurred on TuctJay, one week preceding. Our infoiuiant eays rhe Terry men and McMullin men ucre about equally diMed, but that Home parties who were drinking determined by their disorder to prevent Terry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 20 October 1874

The rm-ct'nsr of the State Medi- THE BRISTOL NEWS cal Society brought together at Ab- ! ingdon, many of the most eminent I . C. FOWLER, EDITOR AI PROPRIf.TOK. TUESDAY OCTOBER 2?, 1874. f "i'r- '-r "''1' a., am ii i '.J BVENT and COMMENT. The event of to-day. Is the withdrawal of Judge Gillenwaters from Butlers front. Comment ia useless, as the gentleman occupies the anoma Jous and disreputable position of Loth Judge and politician, on the bench today, on the stamp tomorrow. Jle i like Paul, not ashamed of the gospel like Underwood, not ashamed of the injured ermine, and like Ilouk, not ashamed of the stump. lie is gone for the day. Since he was so quickly done for We wonder what he was begun for. Now we taue it straight between McFarland and Butler. But we told you so. No man ca.i stand a9 Judge and run as demagogue. But what sort of tune can the Horn now blow ? The ninth Va., fiends to the First Tennessee, Greeting, but mind you friends, the ninth will elect its nominee. What will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 20 October 1874

BlUSTOL NEWS 1 1 ' 1UESDAY. 0CT03ER 20, 1874. AHRIVAL ixd DEPARTURE OF TRAIN'S. ATLUTIC, SIS. k OHIO R. R. Washington Time. Fafslxoer Traixr : I.eava Lynchburg 4 50 r m and 5. A Jf . Arrive at Driistol 4 08 1 K " 4 SO r M. Leave Bristol IU4 i K " 8 18 PM. Arrive at LynobVg 10 10 r u " 7 50 a m. FbeujuT : .Arrive at Bristol 6 05 A M. A 5 15 P M LcaYe. " 5 00 a M. K. T. Tl. andjCl. R. R. Nashville Time. Pis-jexger Trains: I..HTC Bristol 3 48am and 4 10 p si. Pawing Knoxville 10 38 a m &. 10 58 p M. Arrive in Chattanooga 4 50 P M 4 5 A M. Leave Chuttano- ga 5 SO A M & 10 05 p M. JWing KnoxTille 11 44 a m k 3 56 a sj. Arrive in Kriftol 7 3. PM&10 38 AM. Ppsiciit Trainp : leaves Bristol 5 A M & fi 30 p M. ArriTM at Brittol 9 30 a m & 8 p. m. CLUB RATES. We will club the Ncio with the fol'swing Periodicals at the following prices for the two: Southern Cultivator, 53.50 Harper's Magazine, 5.00 Scribner's Magazine, 5.00 .'odey's La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 20 October 1874

.4i&'gTrVT I HE BHfSTOl. NtWS I. C. FOWLER, fcfMTOR AXI PltorKItTOS. TUESDAY OCTOBER T !574. LOCAL. For other Locals sec Third IVistmal. Dr. N. T. Piilatier removed to Bristol last week, ni.il is rosiditi? in ,r. Butler's new brick dwelling. 'Hie Dr. Is well know n n a physician-, both by natural bent and by the most patient iind expensivecultiire. Ti tliese qualities he adds the benefit of ripe experience. Dr. M. M. Ilutler, late of Ky., has also removed to his old home, eonie three niiles from this town, where he in regularly practicing his profession. Dr. W. 51. Thillips of Wallace's Bwitch, was a few days ago road a member of the Medical Society of W lie is a graduate of the University of Is'ew York, and is doing a good business as he deterves, for aside from his professional accomplishment, he is a most pleasant and al'abie gentleman. We. were pleased to receive a call last Friday from Dr. C II. Luck of Dig Lick. Vr. lie is an elegant gen. tiCinan and promising Phys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 27 October 1874

BRISTOL NEWS rrBLMIIED 1ST tiOODSOX. The Vircia portloa f fc Towe, BY I. C- FOWLER 1MUoi every Tuesday at $2.00 per an urn. It U faraiahel toolubs often at S1.00 per copy. .o. i The Editor of the News ia not responsible for opinio expressed by orrepondtnta. JOB WORK Executed with neatness and dispatch at jfew York pricee. A' ADVERTISING RATES SATIS FOU ONE YEAR. First ii;c!) , . Each Hubie.'jueiit inch, lo,rc To filiil H10 mfp Tdr almr-tot. t T r. . m 4 . . lime, 1IDI II the rate for one year, theo 6Jptr ecnt of wi!l be the rat lnr ' six monih t') jer cent three r.onta ' 2i) " 15 " 10 . two u.oul I two wtek Lucrd !fle.t.t--?iiic Tr:ueiei;t, VOLUME X. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1874. Whole No. 477 No, 9. 10 ttii.s per .'in r.esuhiHy 5 per lino A N - Li U XC EM LNT3. 1UES0AY. OCTOBER 27, 1874. m , i jfjjj j THE STOIiJI. The terrible revolt against the Civil Rights Bill is making brothers of all respectable white men. The recent elections have shown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 27 October 1874

j 1 1 j I I ! ! . 11 ME BRISTOL NLWS I. C. FOW'LEH, r.niTOR ami rPisi?.Tou. TUESDAY OCTOBER 27, 1374. ;:Vi:NT and COMMENT (laniiialdi, is a candidate for a m at from Home in the Italian Parliament. Dr. Si'ynwre haleen defcuh'd 0,1 the vote as lo his confirmation fur the bishopric of Illinois. This tests tho m ue ,f ihe Episcopal Convention, which uicaua to op;"jj: ritualistic excepts. It seems that the white peo.!e of Louisiana nru signing an unreenieiit not to e plov any iu-lto w ho votes the Kcllog ticket. The authorities are jtrrestiug them under the enforcement net, and the people keen signing ana iciue to scare. Our readfc-is thoiiM know that Judge I jst-el of Ala . has resigned and gone Ikoiih to New York. Ye carpet trigger did this thiig for some reason unku.n to us, but we strongly suspect lie meant to give that name a bad place." At any rate, the decent portion of mankind v.ili rejoice that he lots gone, and we have only to add, n.ay vt lclt fc(.c Lis like avaiu. Col. Fred ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 27 October 1874

BIIISTOLNEWS 1UES0AY. 0CT03ER 27, 1874. AHWVAL am. departure of trains. 1TLlTif, JUS. Sl OHIO R. U. . Wasliinjrt.iu Time. rssKVER Trains: I oive Lynchburp 4 r.O P M nr. 4 .r AM. Arrive at Bristol 4 OS a m " 4 30 I a. Vrrivc at Lynehb'g 10 10 p it " 7 50 a m. Fr!:h;T : Arrive at Crist ol Leaves " C 05 a v. a 5 15 r 5 00 A M. E. T. VI. ancTCl. R. R. , Nashville 'Tiuic. TAKViKK Trains: Leave Bristol 3 4 A M and 4 10 pm. JCU, KnoaviUe 10 3 A M & 10 M P M. Arr;TC'"iTi Chattanooga 4 50 p M 4f a m. I t Chattanooga o 30 A M & 10 05 P X. 1Smii- Knoxville 11 44 A & 3 56 A M. Arrive'iii JJri.tol 7 3 FM&10 38 am. Frkiuut Trains: Ltmes Iiribtol' 5 a M & 6 SO r M. Arrives at Bristol 9 30 a m & P. m. CZUB RATES. We will club the JVcif with the fol;wing Periodicals at the following prices for the two: Southern Cultivator, $3.50 Harper's Magazine, 5.00 Scribner's Magazine, 5.00 Oodey's Lady's Hook, : 4.50 Oemorest's Magazine, 4....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 27 October 1874

I HE BRISTOL NtWS I C. FOWLEIl, EDITOR ASfl PROPRIETOR. OCTOBER 27, 1874. LOCAL. For other locals see Third Real Estate S '. Miss Mary Wilson has itmhuf-td a 47, in front of Rev. J. T. Jordan'?, j rice S-VJO. Mr. Charles Byrne has purchased th lot between his property and Moore fct. Trke $400. Col. John i Terry has purchased Jot No. 100, 8(.uth of and adjoining his residence. price $3J0. Indian Hammer, the mo.-t charmIi g and delightful sca.on of the year l.utttized liris-tol with its tin-re of tmoke and gold last Tuesday. Death of Mr. Collins. John Collins, whose injury at Three .Spring, by n falling limb, was noted in our last, died on thcl'O.h. Gone "Vler Mortorana, a late employee of the A. M. & O. It. It., recently got on a pree and emptied five bur. rels of a huge French pistol at the crowd undtr the passenger bcd on the arrival of the Tenn. care. For this and sundry threats to take the lif of Jr. A. Daprato, a warraLt was issued fur his arrest to answer a charge o...

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

BRISTOL NEWS rrnLisnEO ix coodsox. ThVirr!oia portton. sif tha. Tewa. BY I. C- FOWLER. iMael trery Tiuwdiy at $2.00 per an m. It i furalibel W clubi of tn at 11.00 vor copy. . The tUtor cf th'eWi not responsible for crtMort cipreaatd by sorrcepotid. ADVERTISING RATES EATIS FOS QT.Z TZAE. ' Firtticcb ilO.fo' Each l-jtserrrent inclt ... ,C3 To ui th rttefor l:crtr t:a;, frt fl lae r:s for :r.c icar. tLta CO.ptr ef tt of i'l be the rftt. fcr nix mot t i( fr cent tlree .oi t!i 3D ' " tronionth. 1) " ce BOotV IS " " rica week 4 outS. 10 JOB WORK -T,,,..fij, 'tL caatiies6 and diepatcl at ; Vu.k trices. at es hcosl ilTtrt.gemer.t, Trs r:tsnt , crrt rr !its VOLUME X. BRISTOL; VIRGINIA k TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1874. Whole No. 478 No. 10. Er"lilil-l7 i rtt lit " " I AX.GCSf.MEX:i?. i For Congress. Lfjiilature, or County of?'.- TJLSQU. fiOVEKSE?. 3, 1874. fiVJiNT and COMMENT Gen. A. L. Pridemore has formally announced lUat be will rvot be candidate fr le-ekctiou to the Va. tkuate,, Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 3 November 1874

f! I i ! i 7 1 IHE BRISTOL NtWS I C. FOWLEIl, TUESC&Y KOVEKSEB 3, 1374. F.T.NT ant! COMMENT T,. B. Dou;ra, democrat, ar:l J. II Hener, radical, and r.vt l candidal for f-'ongre-. came to Uwg Im-t week at King William C. H. They threw their tumbler-" at each other, find by nme means H r,cr v. a- thrown from the rch to the ground, and bet-ides a verv Movdy uose, l.id his arm badly Lrokt-u. 7hi Ei i-eopal Convention row setting in Ne' York confirmed laft Thursday four Mh-elonary Biehoja, ts tollowe : Rev. J. n. D. WiiicfieM. D. D.. of Pefrsburr , Va., Bishop of ..orlher 'n C:u:.rriia. Rev. Alexander Charles Garrrit. D. T.. of Nebraska, Bishop of Northern Rv RolrtvV. D. Elliott, of GcoBidu.p of Wffrn Texas He'-. Dr. Orrick, Missionary Elshcp ; o. - ..J. ... A t - Diocese is to he errcteil ithii tho present limits of the diocese of Wisconsin. Frf m Buffalo, N. Y-. to Trip, Pa . there was an inch snow last Saturday. Tito ( frahnprKT scourge has pro- ! o::-mi a lerriijie naie i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 3 November 1874

ft BRISTOL NEWS j TUESDAY. KOVEWSER 3, 1374. LOCAL. Business. Mr. G. IT. Mattox, calls attention In "A Card." to certa'n matters of Intcrest depending upon his purchase of M- FercuRon's Interest in the Furniture Sabh Blind Doer Factory. Mr. XV. L McFar'and, advertises features of great interest in his business. Mack has some "of the finest chewing Tobaccos, some of the cheap est and some of the finest Cigars, and a creat variety of first class Teas, at rates that are the lowest that have ever prevailed here. Thwe are specialties with him, and he certainly has a splendidly selected ftock of genera! merchandise. If you want a strictly fine article of Coffee, with the flavor of pure nectar you can find It at Seneker'5. Read the advertisement of Jno. N. Jordan's Brush Mountain Coal, for which Mesers. W. O. & 8. E. Payne & Co . are agents, and which the will Fell you in any quautity. It is fir rate coal. The Greesboro N. C. drawing present" interesting features. T...

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

i HE BRISTOL NtWS I C. FO'LER,. r.ntrr.it xn FKopmiToR. THESDM ROVEHBER-Pf .LOCAL For c LochI see iiiira 1 JVrsossal. Co'. II inn j; cover, father -f our Plate Senat r. and in f.'ir.itr times, L'mself State Sei.atm I r mi this D;-a rnid u n jilensaut visit h.t Fnd ty. IJ to bate is; iitn'.2!! oi rU'.cr his personal vior, or hmnt.!ble humor. He tubes a li-.e'y iu-er-r-'. in the politics of tin day and if about sQuoic'.y corn et on all the is f-urg that now roek this incipient etnr mpirc begotten by Alexander fisniy'.'nn. Maj II. VT. II..h!-.vay of Sett, wr,K i l-..n ht;t 1'iid.iy. He. docs rut b-t his niouf-v on Mc'MuIhn. next Session .f the fI.;l.s!on C:-.feicnce. M. E. Church, South, vill le held in Knoxville, A Visit t tlic Factories. A pleasant diive of fifteen minutes took U5 l.it Thursday to the VA. AMI TLNX WOOLEN SJILL r" y. us; rs. Pepper & Jordan. We f u-d them pinning 2-10 spindles aid crcMMiiht::g a !arj;e stf ck of yari:, vhch they v.iil iu about three weeks ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 10 November 1874

BRISTOL NEWS The Ywllr.k. port00 TowB' BY I. C- FOWLER . ...r Toedav at 12.00 cr an It U f oralsbfti to olttU of Urn t 11.00 per copy. The Editor of tkSWili nt responsible fer orxxiojri xprettU bj orrespondent. JOB "WORK recuteJ with ntne and dlejUcb it New York prices. TUESDAY. N0VER13ER 10, 1874. The Deluge came last Tuesday, but it was a deluge of light For nine long years this people have endured nameless agony, until it became a problem whether the liberties of which our fathers boasted were not irretrievably lost. As the Emoke of the conflict dears away we witness the most stupendous victory since the foundation of the republic. ' Last Tuesday the people of twenty-four States arraigned radicalism, and in every one of them it has been condemned. In nineteen it has been bound hand and foot and cast into outer darkness. Massachusetts lias brought forth her old guns, with which a hundred years ago, 6he eent fraternal greeting to Virginia, and with them lias thundered the second de...

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