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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 10 November 1874

J ti I i i : t i if i. . i 1 1 :!i 5 I (HE BRISTOL NLWS . I. C FOWLEKi r.nrTon ad pr.opRn.Ton. TUESDAY KOVBBBER 10, 1874. 28 STATES, 173 i:3iocn.vTs and 102 KISPUIJLICAXS IX THE HOUSE. Tenctssco elects Porter by 40 000 or more. Thornburs is the only republican elected to Con J. greaS, and his majority is 1 educed from 7000 to 700 or less. McrFarland, the Tall Pixe of IIambllx was 2000 ahead of Duller when we ceased counting, to ava:t the official count. Virginia cleans out all but Stowcll and Piatt, and, as Senator Thurman says, the Southern ku- . klux have invaded the North, and carried Massachusetts, and New York, and Pennsylvania, and Illinois, bv idtimidation and Fraud. The next House of Representatives will be Democratic by a majority of near 70. The N. Y. Vokm) Fiima up the victory as follows: T!ie majority for Governor Th.i lx in this State coatinues to improve. Oar Litest correctors leave it as much as 41,000, If our returns are rnrrnft, our i:cxt Governor will have a w(j'jn...

Publication Title: Bristol News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 10 November 1874

BCISTOL NEWS TUESDAY. ROVEMBER 10, 1874. The Celebration Our regular celebration of the Victo. J ry, ranie ou iasi luureuav cruiuj;. -A large procession formed on the arrival of the .Tenn. train, and marched up Main Street, led. by Prof. Hacker's Brass Baud. Immense torches of pine and transparencies bears a hundred niotttoes and devices, made the night air Iuminious. The windows of tbe houses were illumiuated and deafening shouts of the rapturously inspired multitude shook the town. At the Va. House, and at the various Female Colleges, numerous speakers were called on and addresses were made by Mesrs. J. E. Burson, S. M. Taylor, Fowler, Wood, Sullins, McC'roskie, Gookiu, Curtin, and perhaps others. Bristol was so glad as cever 'vas. For &f.-Mr. W. D. Trammell offers for sale a very attractive residence, beautifully situated and embracing 20 acres of land This is one of the most desirable opportunities for I uveal men t we know of. I2ev. J. T. Trailer preached his first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 10 November 1874

(HE BRISTOL NtWS I . C. FOWLER, EDITOR AXD PIlftPKIMOR. j TUESDkY NOVEMBER 10, 1374. Tor other Locals see Third IW. IScligion Appointments. ABINUDOJJ DlSTHKT. First round of Quarterly Meetings) AMngdon SrtAtlon, "Nov. 14, 15 Ri islol Station, " 21, 22. Bristol Circuit at Sprolcs' Camp Ground, 2.9,20 Paltviile Circuit at Union, Dec. 6, An:mon circuit hi rorguon'a Cliapcl, D'-k-tiMnvitle Circuit at Fraloy'a Chapel. Abingdon Circuit at Ea- " 12, IS. " 19,20. ker's Chape, " 20, 27. F.mory Circuit fit Emory, Jan. 2, 4. Glarieville Circuit lat liufMcCIuieMlwion, falo, " 9.10. KetillviHe Circuit at NickrlBviilo. " 16. 17. The District Stewards w ill meet at the Muhod'st Church in Abingdon, Nov. Hlh. 11 o'clock, a. sr. Let all be present. E. W. Moore, P. E. Beistol pulled off her coat on Tnesday and worked ns felic never worked before. Never before did wo see her put po good an element in the field. Each one ceeuied to think success depended solely on his individual exertion?, and when the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 17 November 1874

BRISTOL NEWS rrcunncD ix ooodsox The Yirtfnia portJo f I. C. FOWLER. i,suel trtrr Taw lay At 12.00 per to on. ft furaUaal to eluM of tea at $1.00 Pr eojy. .. The Eiltnr of IbeXkTsis not rMpcittil.'.e f.r orJx:os txrtM t) carrpociQtS. JOB WORK, Tecntel with sca-tnca and diepatct at New York iricea. ADVERTISING RATES 4 TUISOAV. KQVEBBER 17. 1874. rA'ENT and COMMENT Alla quiet in the Fouth. Sot an outrage liun been reported educe the election We were led to esject that ai li Souther:; Democrat would have cooked a negro for breakfast every day hi nee i lie 3rd. fr3u it is you can never count correctly on ucb fellow. Judge (Juigon seems determined to clean out Kichmoud. His lat act in the Mending ta the penitentiary, fur live J ears, KaleL,wbo awiurlled old mail Fo.k ?,of Amelia, out of all hit money. Kei.tel roped him and Dull luck the edge otT. Dr. Curfy has been elected pastor of the First Baptist Church in Hichmond, iHueml of Dr. Burrow, resigned. But he is a profewor in the Richmond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 17 November 1874

rHE BRISTOL -fUWS .I. e. FOAVfefc, r.niiR inn "pftornifctoit. THESDHY K0VEIK1BER 17. 1374. Tl-S55 tr JSVISNT untrcOIllAlENT Dr.'li. A. Yotmt hnsloeti lrfu:ing in Na-hville on The Gold and (Hitter of Young Amirlca. From the newsi.tHT report it (wins to have Ikmui a relunJf-of kAuh address lefore the Sullitix College Senior Class in Bristl. On' the 9th. only three da3's before Uddt-rzook wan hanged in Weft Chester. Pa., for the murder of his brot herein, law. A. S. Wilson, who rode out with him in a liugary to the woods, there was a terrible murder in the city f C'iiic'iinali. A German named Herman Schilling, who was grooming a horse in the stable, was assaulted hy Andrew Kgnr, his win. and Oeoree Kufer. He was knocked down under the hoine by Kufer and the old man thetf pronged hini with the pitch fork The deed wan inside a steam tannery enehmure and the three-put the Imdy; into the hot air chamber un'der the tam boiler whereat was almost eonfmnred. Tire 'two 3 ounirer ones have eotif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 17 November 1874

? i I ! ) f! iuust6ltew TUESDAY. HCVEJHBEB 17. 1874.; i. . ARRIVAL asi DEPARTURE OF TRA.IN3 n.nTic. mis. cii:6 n. it. Washington Time. I'asskvgkr Trains: ; ' i. i.mchburir 4 50 p m and A tt. SO P M. 18 P M. 50 A M. Arrive At Bristol 4 US a m Live Bristol 11 14 a m Arrive at Lyncbb'g 10 1" r m Arrive at Dribtol 6 05 a m, 5 15 P Leaves " 5 t)0 a M. E. T. . nJ JXynhvUle Time. rAWSGm Tbaiss: .... -t i , Leave I'.rist.4 3 43 a and 4s.4Q P Passing knoxville 10 ;3i i n F m " Ann intCbattanocig 4 SO P 4 a- A LeaveX'hatlanooca 5 30 A M & JO W r " ..I'ltesUkg Klioxville Arrive in Bristol II. 44 A &3 56 A 7 3. p m & 10 38 a . FrkjoiitTraim: L4teg Bristol 5 a - & 6 30 P M. Arrived at UrUtul 9 30 a m & 8 P. Lit CLUB RATES. We will club the Aew with the folowing Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Southern Cultivator, $3.50 Harper's Magazine, 5.00 Scribiier's Magazine, 5.00 ;Ml.v'n Lndv'ii Boo. 4.50 A Demore's Magazine, Bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 17 November 1874

r BRISTOL NtWS 1. C. FOWLER, TDCSD4T ECTGRKR f7t 1574. For c.!er Locals sse Third n-lig:Wm Apnolutuients. Afii.VrltON DISTRICT. Kirnt mtiii'l of Quarterly Meetings. Ablnpdon Station, Nov. J4, !5)trilo Elation, ' SI, 22. J'.ri(ol Circuit t Sproleti' (.'tnp Ground, r-!tville Circuit at Tnkm, I.V-C. 5. G. Lebanon Circuit ut Fefgu-' on'B C'hl, " I'ickeittHmvilte Circuit at Fraley'H ChnpeJ. " AMnjrdrm Circuit at Ba-k.-r. Chapel, Ko-ory Circuit Bt Tmorv, Jan ( MiKtv-ilie Circuit, at HufMeClme MUsion, Mo, " ,-lillville Circuit at Nick12, 13. 10, 20. 28. 27. 2,4. 9, 13. r-Jfivillo. ' 13. 17. The District Reward will meet at the Mfthotlifct Church in Ahini;lii, Nor. Kth, J 1 o'clock, A. M. Lt aii he i rceciit. K V. Moope, T. E. HORRIBLE WILL MUItDEK OUT? A Hr.tua.ii Skeleton Found in a Well. I-vt Thursday morning an John Carter vim donning c ut ti e well en the prut house lot near the edge of the town f Goodon, hp found tl e rUhton of n tjrov.n rr.an, covfrnl by me two feet of tone w hich ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 24 November 1874

BRISTOL NEWS ri:ni:iftiir. if woonsnsr. The Virginia portion cf the Townr.Y I. C- FOWLER. ,-.. 1 every Tuesday at 52.00 per an un. It i fjraW-liel to clubs often at $1.00 per Co J. o Tl,c Editor of tl.cNuwnis ot -epponEi--b,e for oriMoNU expressed by (ion-Cr-pond- ADVERTISING RATES RATES FOR ONE YEAR. First inch . ... $100 Each .suliheijuetit ini h , . . To ti Mil the rate for uliorter time, first fir.il the rnt fr one eur, thou 00 pvr cent of will he t lie rate for tux month Iltri. w Iky JOJi WORK Everutcd with neatness and dispatch at New York trices. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER U, 1874. liVKNT and COMMENT Mr. Wm. F. Spoils wood a druggist nud a gentleman of fine character in Petersburg was recently sdiot twice In l.i ls-iif utrii Is? w ir. Maddcra. who c laimed that his victim had for years i .revented the niatfons nom exituu.:K :.t ,...,.,,,r..if inrl. Mr. fiPOtlSJilliJ aiu (Ul'i in1"" . - . wood's wounds are very ir.u ..u i.c eemj likely to recover, and Maddera is in jail and bis little ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 24 November 1874

ME BRISTOL NtWS I . O. FOWLER, nniTOR An froi'BIEtor. TUFSoit NOVEWBER 24. 1874. KVENT ttiid COMMENT Chattanooga elects Jones, a RepubJicmi. Mayor by 217, and for city Marshall. Lowrv. a Democrat, by 22. On this strange mailt evidently, not based on politics, the Commercial brings out lt field piece and its chicken and elw' "all right for 1870." Aow we DirulMf Hiiirirrfit that Ohattanooira dn not govern National elections, as invention, followed by the first Democratic victory of the century. T.ast Friday, in Chattanooga, Shade Westmoreland wa nangeu lor tne murder of a man named Jvmline. About 600 people witnessed the'fcxecution. The condemed man made aeonfi..n wi.iM. m vnrianro with ... :i it,H vAMnM. me evmriiw, uib&iiih me uuimciuv one in pen oeience. ne proiewsea convention and died by strangulation. During the war he was a soldier iu Thoruburg's regiment. T. T. Brock, late President of the Merchant a Tsaiiona! Bank or Petersburg, ! as been convicted in the Federal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 24 November 1874

BRISTOL NEWS i . . rrUESOHY. NOVEMBER 24, 1874. ATIRIVAL asd DEPARTURE OF TRAINS mmic, nis. koeio r. r. Waehingtou Time. rwrvcrR Teainr: Leatc Lyncuburg 4 50 P H ani 3 A M. Arriy at Bristol 4 08 a m 4 30 P m. Leave Briatol " " " Arrive at LyncbVg 10 10 p M 8 18 P M. 7 50 A M. An-ire at Bristol 6 05 A V. A 5 15 r M 5 00 a M. E. T. f 1. n:ci. Nashville Time. TAfisEKOt Tbaik: Bristol S 48 " I! T Pwsing Knoxville 10 38 a m & 10 58 P Arrive in Chattanooga 4 60 P 4 65 a m r.. . UMi y & 10 Wr' lWn, Knoxrille 11 44 A 4 3 56 a m. Arrive in Bristol 7 3 r u & 10 38 am. Fbkight Tbaiss : ft Leaves Bri.tol 5 " t i k i ArriTe. at Brietol 9 30 A & 8 P. M. CLUB RATES. We will club the New with the following Periodicals at the following . a a. . a r a prices for me Boutbern Cultivator, JIarper's Magazine, fricribner'g Magazine, Godey's Lady's Boo1:, Demoreet's Magazine, $3.50 5.00 5.00 '4.50 4.50 . 5.00 6.00 - 6.00 Blackwood, Eclectic Magazine, The Aldi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 24 November 1874

IHE BRISTOL NEWS I . C. FOWLER, rutTon axu rRornn.Toit. TUESDAY KOVEMBEB 24, 1874. LOCAL. Fur other Locals see Third Swie Turnip. Mrs. WLitlen has our thanks for a turnip !iich will r i tion an average family for a day. It is 2- inches in circumference, weighs over 5 pounds, an J is smooth and veil shaped. It is a success in the vegetable line. Base Ball The Du 'out club of Nr. loett's scl.ool, on lastSatur day week, played the Shelby club of G; egg's i-chool. The score stood, Shelby 3C, Dugout SO. Hie Itescue is the title of a very striking and attractive chroino which is issued to every subscriber for 1875 to Godey's Lady's IJook. The scene is at sea, and represents the timely arrival of a boat in sight of a shipwrecked party clinging in the last agonies of exhaustion to a floating ,par. The design is very good and Mie execution ol the picture excel lent. Demvrest's MoutlJy. for December, accompanied by the - Youug America, for the young folks, is before us, atd is highly embellis...

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

-setvrsaasi BRISTOL NEWS ,. -BMSHEO IX COODSOX. .The Virginia portion of the TownI. C. FOWLER. ,,! every TuesJUy at $2.00 per an .. I,wfur,ihel to clubs often at$1.00 per copj Tl,e Editor of the New is -. -eiponBi-WeforoP.MxeiPrcedbj .orrapondnts. JOB WORK r.xe-uted with ncatne.s and diitcli at Nevr YoiV vrices. TUESCAT. DECEMBER I, 1374. KVENT and COMMENT A vVQ fr r-rx hi 4 ADVERTISING RATES RATES FOR ONE YEAR. First inch til TO K:tch Dutwc.pcnt inch ... 4,1,6 To find Hi I r:ite fur nhorter time, firu. finri Ihe rate Fr one) ear, then 60 per cent of moi.tit t?iree nnnti ' two month one nmiitH two weft one wteii for Th part tie storm last Sunday week- left In . . ... .1... tnirn nl I USCWII partial rum me muc w - , f nfi.ill. Rlltl whom were people o ",s"'";"' ro,. at leat half the 'V.m,,1 trated. Sue was the de t It u on produced, that the cities audto the adjacent States, have been asked for aid Anion the killed are the mothJr ofthe lateUov. Winston wife and twod ihlreti of Senato...

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

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. C FOWLER, rniTOR An phopriktor. TUESDAY DECEMBER I, 1374. Golliiut's Nashville Lotlcry has come to grief. Last week utter the blindfolded boy had begun to tnrn the wheel, there turned np an officer of the W,whm. o ichew the said Gollidaj had neglected to blindfold, and he seized the said Gollidayand the said wheel, and the great drawing went out in a puff of vii:d. Special DlHiuh to the World. J Til 15 "lIIILAIELlIIIA PI.ESS" SOLI). KVENT and COMMENT The Virginia Legislature meets to morrow, and Congress meets next Mondav. The elected Coiigro-snren ronmiice thetr terms on the 4t'i of March .when the 43rd C-ongress Expires, but their service will not com mence until December 187.1, unless the presents Congress should change the time for its assembly, and this does not seem likely. Fobxev goes up for want of money. Wc don't care a cent. The old "cues" has run his 40 years and has seen many of us poor southerners, pass through the mill I ot poverty, and now he knows...

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

mwmmum BRISTOL NEWS "TUESDAY. DECEMBER I. 1874. ARRIVAL axd DEPARTURE OF TRAINS ITLiXTIC, BU. CHIO R. R Washington Time. Pawrxues Traixh: Leave Lynchburg 4 50 r n4 5 a Arrive at Brietol 4 08 A " 4 SO P M. Leave Brirtol 11 14 am Arrive at Lynchb'g 10 10 r Vpv.ioht : 8 18 p M. 7 50 a M. Arrive at Bristol Leave " 6 05 A M. 5 15 PM 5 00 a M. E. T. Tl. and Cl. tt. R. Kaahville Time. Leave Bristol S 48DAM"?(,,nJsP" Tawing Knoxville 10 38 a m & 10 6S p m. Arrive in Chattanooga 4 50 P Leave Chattanooga 5 30 a & 10 hiring Knoxrille - A . J " Arriv iu JJri.tol 7 3i p m & 10 38 am. Frkight Trains: Ltaves Bristol 5 A M & 6 30 P M. Arrives at Bristol 9 30 A M & 8 P. M. CLUB RATES. We will club the New with the fol'iwing Periodicals at the following prices for the two : Southern Cultivator, $3.50 Unnwr'n Mr-izine. 5.00 I " o Scribner's Magazine, Motley's Lady's Boo1:, Deinorest's Magazine, Rlackwood, 5.00 4.50 4.50 5.00 fi.00 6.00 Eclect...

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

ME BRISTOL NEWS i . o. i-oviit:i, r.mroHAsn rnopnir.TOK. TUESDAY DEGEHBESji IS74. " ri o c LFur other Locals fcee Third 15i:Mih!s. Dr. IVpp r at the H-d Mortar lias a fr:-1i lot of shoe varnirdi for restoring the polh to ladies' nmnP.ti) and kid rl.oes. A mi m pie buttle of it has given nx.st exrelh i.t f-atihfiu tion . in the household of the editor of this column. King & Hill have a lot of cipars which are very nice and fragrant. They also have a large i.ivoicc of toys for the holiday season. V. N. Keller & Co., have the largest lot of stoves we have ever seeu in Bristol. BamlrfTger has a' lot'f hand- ouje ovei coats jui-t in. J. X. Galliher advertise his Livery Siahle, w hich is not mil a credit to our aspiring and growing' town, but one of its most substantial convenience. He merits success and we Lope he will reap it. Improvements. Maj. Reynolds' line brick dwelling draws toward its completion and every body e:tys that Waller I Tinslcy has put up a spiei...

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

BRISTOL NEWS prBLISHED I COODSOS, .The Virginia port'o" f W Tow. BY I. C FQWLER issued every Tuesday at $2.00 per an urn. It furuiabed to clubs often at tl.Go per copy. o The Editor of the Slew U not responsible .or opinion expressed by aorrespond- tnts. JOB WORK Executed with neatness and dispatch at New York, i rices. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 187 EVENT and COMMENT Forney writes from his perch m Europe that the Kepu'jl.caus i have to change their policy before they can win. He says expansion is the word and that the people want the reduction of the public debt stopped, they want more money, and they want the trans-continental rail.a',ta i.mlt bv which he means, we 1,a Vnrtharn Vuifif fln A th prcu,uc, Southern Pacific. The party 1 Y nan V I13L goes for these measures will please the people 6ays Forney. Emmerson Ethridne comes to the defence of Mr. Jefferson Davii who, he 6a vb improvised armies and for warded them more rapidly than any other man in either ancient ormodern times, and th...

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

! SSHES3 Tl fresl the m hoU K for V 15 ovo J Sia our Oll eeit he" 3 dra bo pu 1 r t?i air erj a c lb 1 Uh Mi M fa V. Bll 1 J. I i lt Ul a h a T v, It VSI n t t o b t 8 - THE BRISTOL NLWS I. C FOWLER, r.niTOR AXD PROPRItTOn. TUESDAY DECEMBER 2, 1374. KVHNT and COMMENT The telegraph whisper a rumor that Jul;e It. tC Butler fears expulsion from the House on account of certain unpleasant Tumors touching some eouTiciion of his with the Ft r; Sugg claim. Tit in is talk, and the telegraph will talk. Butler was in town recently, and comforts himself in defeat that he wiu beaten by 'a good union man " Thre are 70. 000 people out of work In New York city, and winter hcouis fuirly in their face. The laborers have mailt New York, audit should Teed them when they cant pet work. (htie The Grand Templar Conclave in Ne Orleans, got iit-llog to abandon, or rather postne hi Waybill teu. trip because they did not vixh to be received by tlie rolored Lieut. Governor, when . Kellog is a why. Kellog in pr...

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

s BRISTOL TdBOH. DECEHBffiJJW ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. miiTc,si:s.cBioR.i. Wellington Time. , rASSEVOEBTBAl: Lynchburg 50 r j ..J J J Arrival Bristol 4 8 J J 4. 8 18 P m. Uve Bristol l i u 7 50 A . Arrive tLynhVg 10 10 pm Arrive at Bristol 500 a f leaves E. T. Tl. c R B XashvMe TitntParsesokb Teaiss: d 4 10 r Leave Rriftol & 10 68 r 1-awing KnoxviUe 10 38 a . i a Arrive iu CLmtimnoog 4 & 10 05 r Leave Cbattanoop 5 .3. M & 3 56 A M. Pawing Euoxville U & ,0 38 A M. Arrive in JJriitol 7 3t F Fbkiht Trains : . & 6 30 r m. Leave Bristol & 8 Arrives at Bristol 9 a CLUB -e will club the Sew with the folwing Perineals at the following prices for the two: r Aouthem Cultivator, -fl Harper's Magazine,- ' Hcribner's Mugaziue, Uedev'a Lady's Boo-i, Demorest's Magazine. IHaekwood. ' 6 00 Kclcctic Magazine, - The Aldine, ; : jCash in advance, iu all caB.Kow is the time to subscribe for 1S4. Our Agents. . --n...: rrwntl...

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

fHE BRISTOL NEWS I . G. FOWLER, F.DITOB PBOPRII.TOR. TUESDAY DECEMBER 8, 1874. LOCAL. For other Loca? ece TJiird OUIl JfEW COTTON FACTOHT. Arrival Cthc 31nelilner . In order to understand the animus of ?Wrs. Fulton, Sparger & Byrd, our readers should, if possible, tee aid, at any rite, learn sometliir.g of the earnest work they are doing. Iast Thursday they received their machinery weighing eighty thousand pound and requiring five cars for its transportation. The freight alone amounted to nine hundred dollars, and it will require sixty days to fit it up and et it to running. Their building is a very large, three story brick and is, architecturally, the best building in or about Bristol. A recent drive of fifteen minute to the locality renulted in our being very agreeably astonished at the magnitude of the work done. The water .,, per is most excellent, indeed all that can be desired, and buildings for .tore and dwellings have eprung up wi'.h amazing rapidity and in most ...

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

BRISTOL NEWS rrP.M"ED IX OOODSOX, The Virginia portion ef the Town15Y I. C. FOWLER. usuel erery Tuesday at S2.00 pert an u.n. It farnishel to clubs often at $1.00 per copy. The Editor of the News is not -esponsi-ble for opinions cipreseed by orreuponJnts. .TO 13 WORK Executed with' neatness and dispatch at Naur York trices. TUESDAY, DECEB1SER 15, 1874. GEN. ISOW12N. Our friends in Tazewell express considerable indignation at the h-tr-h and unjust censure heaped by the Wjtbeville Esteppbibb on the brave and high-sonled Gen. Bowen, who now so creditably rcpreeents us in Cor grcss. It strikes us as both wrong and impolitic, even toward Gen. Terry to seemingly commit him to this unmeasured and unmerited assault upon Gen. Bowen, who together with his whole family supported him in good faith. We know the fact that vkky many of the most influential and respect able men in Tazewell did supf ort Gen. Terry with all their might, and this excoriation of Gen. Bowen lias been regarded as persona...

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