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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 24 August 1875

FHE BKiSTOL NLWS 1. C. FOWLER, r.niTOR AMKi'RoPRif.'ion. rESOIY. AUGUST 24, 1875. EVENTand COMMENT. Col. Win. M. Bradford, of Athens, liiis Ikjcii &pxintcd Chancellor in lieu t f Senator Key. He was a Ciiftl rate Colonel and is fcaid to be an able lawyer. In Tazewell county Maj. W. P. ( .Veil, lale delegate, and W. P. Ilowen, Kii of Hon. K. T. Bowen. nre rival can didates for the House of Delegates. The accounts of cold in the Black H Is cot bitter, Prof. Janney, the inlnereluiri-'t, i-nys it in i litre hi abund unoe, even in th;-gras rools. Nuggets weighing 18 to 'M o.s. have been found. Edwin Booth, the greatest actor liv ing in America, wn a few dajs since thrown from his bugiry a:id came npar being hilled. He w as long insensible, and iiad an arm and two ribs broken. It Is now believed be will be able to fulfil his winter engagements. Buthr Duncan offers to Fettle in in stallment S:i per ci -nt. of the debts of 'the firm of I). S. & Co. The asset ts only tdmw 43 per cent...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 24 August 1875

BRISTOL NEWS. TCESOAY. AUGUST 24, 1375. A!". RIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 1TLMT1C. SIS. IlCHIO R. K. VaMiinrrton Tim:. rstxtTi Trains : f.eive Ljnchburg5 15 r- M u4 5 15 A M. Arrive at Bristol 115AM " 4 lt r K. .caTC Priftol 0 2S a m " IS F M. Arrive at LyncLVg 8 35 P u " 7 M i M. :rn::i;nT : Arrive a.t Bristol 4 .r.C r. M. b-avea " 5 00 a m. L. T. VI. and CI. II. &. Xashiillc Time. I'aspkn'JK Trains: Leave Hriatol 3 57 A M tnd 4 10 pm. vFsing KnoxviUe 1 1 05 a m &. Id 5S p m. Arrirc in ChbttannngA 4 57 p v 4 65 A m. Lmvc Chuitanr..pa j 30 a )l & 8 30 M. l;i: KnoxviUe 1 1 45 a h & 2 23 a m. Arrive in Urii;!i! 7 3 P M &. 8 t5 am. Fiikiuiit Trains : Ltavcs Brictol 4 A M & 6 30 P M. Arrives at Rriotol 10 A M & 7 50 P. Our Agents. The following gentlemen will act as our Agents, and are authorized to procure and receipt for subscriptions and other husincss in our name. Tav.cweIlC.II.Va., II. C. AMerson Leljanoa Va., Capt. J. W. Mc Jiroom. I'.iNUiNo done in n...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 24 August 1875

I -.eWT;srjaiifiWTjaB wo"-r""n IHt BHISTOl. HLWS i. I'owu;!:, MM i OK A Ml IMtOl'KII.I OK. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1375. LOCAL. I'or Thinl tiii; ia i Tho Fairs for next Autumn, ! avc !!'(.'ti t litis tar li.ud l'r the following time : tJnlH'.slMil'O, Si 1 it 2:t!.. (llfM'tlCVilll ru! lTtii. Sq.t. i:tli, ldii, AVvt)icvi!o, Oct. f.tli, Till, and 81 1. ' I'ri.-lol lionlcr Fair, Siit enilcr t'Sih, 'Ji.Mli, s" t . 1 :;uili. Aliiiii)ii Fair, JScjitenilu r '22, 2,1 in-lL'tlli. Fire, The Kiirnituie ami S isli and Io.r F.-.ctury of (i. II. Matte, x -;i:ne no.'ir In iii diitn.ycd ly lire last Widnw l:iv- While the hands Mrie nt dinner C.it. VV1 Ilulcc, who was j:i.s.-ii!, 1-itkcl into t lie cnin? room, through ll.c window, nnd fcinv that a lot of lumber, which had Ik en placed over the engine to dry, was on lire. The door was locked., hut hv mean- of nn axe he broke it oj.'ii and Soon suhdtud the fire. Frcxh V 7vi. lrl misli Beauties and Bartk-tts f most delicious and melt ing ip.iality, just rec...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 31 August 1875

iiUISTOL NEWS rcMMSiirn ix ooccsox, Re Virginia portion of the Town LY, I. C FOWLEIi. iM2l CYery Tiie? hty nt 2.00 j.er sn n It i furr.i died to clubs often ttt ?1.00 J iT COJ'V. i O T i-i T.'tUnr of the Nbws is net rcponsi 1 far (-nxi-ors expressed by rrciontI- ADVERTISING RATES 9- M A' r K AM it? r RATE FOR 0.NE YEAR. first ha! 10,flt Lji'.i suts'-jitcnt inch . . . 4,ne. To ('.,-.! tiie rulf for Iiortcr titr.e, f.p"t f.i.d t!i? r:ite fiTocf Jisr, tlu n 6J jvr en t of it will te t!;o r:.fe for t-ix liicraa 4') per cont " t!:ree irur'h ."i " " " tr.o mei.tll 21 " " one in-iifa l. " " twnwftk 10 " -' " ce.erttk Leool advert. scir.tiit j, Tr.:cr.t, lo vine: f er itr.e Ih-galur'y 5 ' icrlind AN:ri'i.;tv. Y t Cai -v-v.-t, I.t '-rd.i'.ure, or County off!. tf'i . . . ?.').rt Ti.wn !ti.t Ti'wttsldp tif cci 2.50 '1 he ioho c i iO'-D will 5-e r'ei l'y cut. end to S 1KB - V 7 8 c 1 l". 6 4 JOJi V'0RK V-it-cut 1 with nc.itr.cxs and dbputch at j w Yoi k i ri cb. TUESDAY. AUGUST 31, 1375. VOLUME...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 31 August 1875

HE BRISTOL NtWS i. c. Fowr.cit, I ;moit ami sRiii;irK. lu-sniY. tjgust si is5. t 'V? ' k ; . T - . 1 1CVENT ami COMMENT. The proposed new county to becarv- i d from Scott. Lee Mid Vi..e, will be i named Kemper, if the people bhould indorse the measure. The Scott P.inncr fays K.J. Wilfcx. Ia-t Friday evering, aimed to shoo; Judge II. . K. Moii-un in J -i ill viJIf '1 he cuti-e is faid to exist in the evi dence in the late ".-e of the ('ommoii weallli vs. Jno. Vineyard fur the kiii ingof Hop Wilcox. Mr. Jf. II. K'ie, whose brutal and c .uel treatment jit the hands of an un known burglar in "tw York is detail- .1 ,n our lirL page, died of his Vound on Thursday evening last. The I oliec have not hucoeeded in ar- leMimr the murderer, tind we think I til- w Yoi k press is cunt el in the idhutition that tl.- jiolii-e ! that city are in lea'.;e with the hiu;iarii and murderers thereof. Wj tln viile has oiin htindrcH and f ftv"vi.-itis in, in tin-South. Jf their oi.ji-ei be to cool oil' Wyth...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 31 August 1875

mi AT ! Q Ti'LoOAT. AUGUST SI, I375. Ar.RlV.M. and UZrARTUKE OF TI'AIMS. ATIAYf.C. KS. f; Cll'.Q St. ft. Wat-hington Tii;:':. Ti-SKKfiER Trains : Lrav- Lviichburj-5 l." r- m a.d .r lo a ii. Arrive at Hrir,ti.l 4 1j a M "4 40 ' M. Uvc F.rihtol 9 a a " 8 l r k. Ai-iivc at bvueliVg S 33 r m " 7 50 a m. !'kki;hT : nive tt Drislol 4 I. M. U'uvcs " ' 00 A M r.. T. VI. cn-I R. R. riH-K.vum Tkaisp: I ciivc I-i-ii-t'yl , 3 5'A M nnd 4 10 P V. Vn-hi? Knoxviile 11 ('; a m &. 10 6S P M. Arrive in Cliiitt.'iisoOj-.-i. 4 h" V V 4 5 A v. ic-ive riittaio.:?a 5 3') a m &. S 3' r M. ':.: inr KurnVdlc 11 45 a v & 2 2.1 a m. Arrive in Ihbtol 7 3. P M & 8 55 a i. J'kkioiit Tkain : Uiivos IWux.A 4 a m & 30 r m. Arrive- at bi iftol 10 A a 7 .VI p. m. Our Ai'onts The f..!l(vipff rciitleinm will r.ct nur Aj.'Mits and are authorized to roeure and recoil for Mibcri'itiotis and other bushier iu our name. Tu7.cwcllC.II.Va.f H-C- AMcrsi.n Libation Va., Capt. J. W. Mc I. room. l'iMN; done, in ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 31 August 1875

I HE BRISTOL PitWS i.e. 1'C!)vli-:i:,' !;i2tt:: ami P3uwi:ri.: ;::. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3!, IG75. LOCAL. I'cr otliL-r Local: fcee Third inre. Tin; r.iK. Tho Fairs for next Atilr.mn, have Lecn thus fir lixc-J lor the follow tiiiii B : ounesWo, b'j-.t., i'L'J, L'Srd, lth. Grecncville, Sept. 15th, 10th, and 17th. Wytheville, (Jet. Clh, 7th, and 8th. ' iirittol Ijordtr Fair, September 2Sth, 2'Jth, and :;cth. Abingdon Fair, September -2, 3 and 21th. De vi. Mr. Oscar Jordan, brother of Mr. J. T. Jordan of this town itiecl last Saturday evening at ids home near l'op'ar llill, CtV.cs Co. Ya., of typhoid Tevcr, lie was aged ahcut years, and haves a wife, lie was v. man of (hie character and promised a life of uiefulr.e'is. rr, . , . , . . , lac If tathtrtt lastsccirsto lac ' s' ltled into sonieihing like regularity. The weather is fair. A (jj'k Li'cer Medicine, V."e direct attention to the card of IV. Tuti's Liver 1'ills, and a!?o Ids Hair Dye, These have been very largely endors ;d by the publi...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 7 September 1875

J.- t 4kT MaLx mtrntss BRISTOL NEWS ADVERTISING RATES prBi.inn ix ooodiox, Vr-f.1 pwfcc-fl tf TH Town- I. C FOWLER. RATE FOR one tear. First inch , 10,0( Huh pu!eqaent int.Ii . . . 4,0". To fri'l tin riti- fur Miortcr rime, first C.'I IK r:i;e f..r os.e -J tar, then 60 pcrct nt ot it wi'i u tliC lull: for MX II.. bill t' 1 it ct-r.t " t Ii rt-r N.uiiih a-1 ' lauionulli issue 1 every ucsiay at t'Z.UU per an Ii ia furaishe-l to clubs often at (1.00 cr cop y. The EJitor of theNtwsia aot reeponsi Ae f.r opinion's expreejvvi by orreponl- ati. J.i 1H ' iowrtW one ft J JOB WORK Fxccutei with neatness and diipateb at Jfew York prices. TUESOAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1875. EVENT and COMMENT- At Chicago ft few days ago a pretend gas man obtain acorn to ien. .Stager's Louse and ttole his silverware. A canal boat was Lnrntjd at Phila delphia on Kept 1st. Aith300 barrels of oil. The explosion injured several peraoua. The Nashville Daily, Beml-weekly, Wcvkly Union and American-, .nd the Nashville Daily, Tr...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 7 September 1875

Xt.-4K. Kr- l JtoaU tT IHr RKlSTOl. NtWS! i.e. rowi.nii, i.niToR ami I'KOi'iijnnn. FUfcDIlV SEPTEMBER 7, 1875. ! EVENT af Hi COMMENT. Chris. L. Marshall, Cashier of the Pe- 4 . i . - - . . :. ( I t : ' utmjuii: rings k i iwinincf e,., is a defaulter to the amount of jll.CH O. Col. Win. Watt linn been nomina ted for the House of Delegates ly the t-ouncrvative of lloanoke Co. The CI. favors the payment of the whole Mate Debt. The California election has pone democratic. Irwin and the entire democratic ticket has tuel w ith success. 1 i n in tu a native of Ohio. Don. Carlos is still meeting with re verses'. (Jen. Dorregarry, his com mander, tseenis to have no better hope th:m a possible escape into France. Alphonzn ut length gets his mothers tbrone, hut aa Spaniards cannot gov ern Spain, what will they do with Cu ba Turkey has a revolt i:i somo of her ehr;tirn pro inees, over hich het hated Mnhauicdan rule has long been us absolute as it was brutal. The champion defaulter of the ninete...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 7 September 1875

BRISTOL NEWS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1375. ArBlV.L ai DEPARTURE OF TRAINS, ATHVTIt . J11S. H.CIHOR.R. ,WaV.in;rton Time. Pai:xi;k"R Trainb : Leave Lvuchburg 5 13 p x ii4 5 15 A M. Arrive a't Bristol 4 13am "440pm. I..ve IVistol 9 35 4 n " 8 18 r M. Arrive ut Lynchb'g 6 Si r m " 7 50 m. Fkkiuht: Aciive at Urittol 4 f.G r. M. I.eavrg ' S UOl M. i:. T. 11. and CI. K. K. XashviUc- Time. Tii N-'iKK Trains : Leave I'.rittol 3 S7 A M nnd 4 10 r a. Vssfiuj: Knoxvi'Ks 11 05 a m &. 10 .18 P M. Arrive in Chattanooga 4 o7 p m 4 65 a v. i.ve ClmtUnoofra 5 30 a I & 8 3T r. pit-sing Knoxville 1 1 45 a m & 2 23 A m. At rive in liriktol 7 3 P w t 8 55 am. t'BKimrr Trains: Leave ISrirtol 4 a m k 6 30 P v. Arrive at Bristol 10 a m & 7 50 P. , Our Affcnts. The following gentlemen will act as our Amenta, mid are authorized to procure and receipt for subscriptions and other business in our name. Ta.ewell C. II. Va., II. C. Alderson Lebanon Va., ('apt. J. W. Mc 15 room. P.injiino done in nea...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 7 September 1875

f HE BRISTOL NtWS I1. O. FOWLElt, r.niron axd rRorMLToit. rdESDJTr SEPTEHBER 7. 1375. LOG .A. Xj. rrr' other Jx-aU see Third Till: FA IKS. The Fjiira for next Autumn, l.avc !ccn thrts far fixed for the following thrift : Joueeboro, Sept., 22d, 23rd, 24th. Grecnerille, Sept. 15th, 16th, and 17th. Wjthevillc, Oct. Cth, 7tb, and Stfc. Bristol Border Fair, September 2Stlu 29th, 30th, and Oct. 1st. Abingdon Fair, September 22, 23 and 24th. , . - i . 1 Personal. Mr. C. A. Ilcrmatis, of the Vir Quito. Feojte called m at the News office on Thursday last. He reports that Pulaski vill hold a convention for the nomination of her candidates. We received a call on Vedne?dav , of lafct week from our friend Thos. Curtin, of Union Depot, Tenn. He makes a favorable report of that thriving little place, aud informs us that there is a likelihood of Union having a newspaper at no distant day. Mr. J. Bamberger returned on last Tuesday from Haiti more . Aside from the large stock of clothing, he has purc...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 14 September 1875

BRISTOL NEWS FCBLSSMED I3t tODS09T. V.t Virfinia ponJwi f C Town. ZJ I. C FOWLEB. inued etery To?4syt $2.00 per an tan. It ii foraisbwi to clvls of ttn at 11.00 pr copy. Tat ECliior of vuiNrvrei. motreeponBl J,'. for ormoya cp rc:4 ly orrepond- JOB WORK Executed with metres and dispstch at New Tori pries. ADVERTISING RATES AM ' baie roBosiraii. ''' incl lio.oo. ach subsequent Inch . . . 4,0(1. To find the raiefr shorter Umt, first fisd be rate for one j ear, then 6f er .c at of it ill b tha rati f.-r six month 40 per cent three Bionth 30 " V two month 'l " " " cne moot. 15 f " two weeks 10 " . 4i one wee Local advertisements, Traaciant, 10 cents per liiut Regularly ft jer lino ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Cougress, Legislature, or County oill e'.ench , . . . . .5.oft Town and Township oEces . 2.50 Tha above rates will be rigidly adhered ta TUESDAY. SEPTEE.BE3 14, 1875. EVENT and COGENT Two companies have been organized in St, LouU for the purpose of opening up a trade between tbe Mississippi ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 14 September 1875

raaRsnascamEZESiaEsas ME BHiSTOL NtWS rniTon axii pHflPKitrou. rUE.DUf. SEPTEMBER 14, IS75. EVENTuruJ COMMENT J. H. St. Andrew of the Farmville Mercury, has Leon visit j nc in the town of Wytheville. He has clone much to induce English emigration to Virginia. The residence of Dr. Jhn Miller, iiear McChanic.sburg. was destroyed Lyflre on the lth. It was entirely now, and had not been completed. The conservative committee of Richmond declare that Cien. Bradley T. Johnson, Win. E. Tanner, and Chas. E. Wortham are the fairly nom inated candidates of the conservative party for the Senate. To this decision it teems that N . V. Knight, fdrenu oubly objects, and he calls for a recount of the ballot, which the committee refuse. There id going; to he trouhle about this Kichmond election. The indications are that the nominations will not bo allowed to go unchal lenged. It is fcaid that ex-Gov. John Letcher wilt be elected to the House of Dele gates from Rockbridge County. Our old poMtitians ee...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 14 September 1875

BRISTOL NEWS TUESOWTSEPTEHBER 14, 1375. Ar.RlVAL axi DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. ATLftTIC. SIS. OBIO R. C. Washington Time. Tisetvor-i Tit J ixs: Leave Ljr.ehtjti'rg 5 JS P M an J 5 15 1 M. Arrive nt Bristol I 15 i M " 4 40 P M. Uivo Driftol . 9 ."-3 i " 8 18 f S. Arrive at Lyuchb'g 8 35 r u " I iO i x. Fr.KKiiiT : Arrive at Brittol 4 56 r. M. Leaves " 5 00 a M. C. T. VI. and CI. U. R. Nashville Time. ,e-K0Kii Trains: j.cuvp T.j-istol 3 57 a M tnd 4 10 r M. VnR'if r tiiioxTille 11 06 a m & 10 f.8 P Arrive in Chattanoopa 4 57 P m 4 55 a v. lavc ('hurlatioojra 5 30 a M . 8 31 P pant-in? KfcOzville 11 45 a M & 2 25 a M. Arrive in Jh istol 7 Si r n i 8 lb a m. I'ki iuht Tkaivs : I.t:iveB IirMr.l 4 a M & 6 30 P M. Arrives at BriMcl 10 a m & 7' 60 P. . Our Air'iits. Tlie following reentlernen will act as our Agents, ami are authorized to procure aiul receipt for subscriptions and other business lu our name. Tu7.ewcllC.H-Va., II. C. Alderon Jbanoii Va., Capt. J. W. c Broom. Uiniu....

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 14 September 1875

f HE BRISTOL NhWS 1. O. FOWLER, ti'tlOR AXD PROPRItTOR. fUESDW. SEPTEMBER 14, 1875. LOCAL- For other Ikc&U tee Third THE FAIHS. The Fairs for next Autumn, ! ave been thus far fixed for the following times : Jonefiboro, Sept., 22d, 23rd, 24 th. (trecneville, Sept. 15th, 16th, ftn.i 17th. Wytheville, Oct. 6th, 7th, and 8th. Bristol Border Fair, September 18th, 29th, 30th, and Oct ltd. Abingdou Fair, September 22, 23 and 24th. Tobacco. We Lave time and again urged the farmers of this section to plant tobacco. The evidences that the lauds in this nectiou of country will jrJuee as fine tobacco as can be rained any where are Indisputable. We are bold to make the assertion that tobac co is to be the only salvation of this aection of country. It Is a crop that brings cash, and gives constant em ployment to the farmer, a great many of whom are idle about one-third of ihelr time. Again, It is the most re munerative, as its returns are a hun dred fold greater than any other crop the farmer...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 21 September 1875

BRISTOL NEWS ADVERTISING RATES prni.IKHED IX GOODSOX, The Virginia portion of the Towft BY I. C FOWLER. RATE FOR OXE TEAS. First inch , . I10.C0: Saca suUefiucat inch. . , . 4,00; To find the rate for shorter time, first find th? rate for one year, then 60 percent of it wi.l le tlje rate fjr six month 40 per cent , three month 3f " " " - two month " " " one moma 13 " two week 10 on. weak loe&l aJverhsementi.Traaaient, 10 cents per !tni Regularly . 6 " per line AN.X0CNCE.MEXT3. For Congress, Legislature, or County offl ;ri. each ; jfj.oft Towu and Township officea V. 2.5l The ahoTe rnes will be rigidly adhered t is-utsJ etcry mesiay at z.uo per an urn. It i( furnished to clubs often at $1.00 ppr copy. The Editor of t'neNtwtug not responsi ble for (ikim )xi5 expressed by correspond nts. JOB WORK Fxeentel with neatness and dispatch at New York prices. TUESDAY. ' SEPTEEBER 21, 1875. EVENTand COMMENT Beeer has written a letter to Dist3 .Attorney Hritton, relinquishing the criminal su...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 21 September 1875

B8asanr.?iiiirr',r'"Trr; -rre t.. -T ME BRISTOL. NLWS I. C. FOWLER, KDITOR AXD PROPKItTOB. MBDW. SEPTEMBER 21, 1875. ej t 1 - - . EVENT and COMMENT. Ex-Got. Jno. Letcher has been . fiorutnated for the House of Delegates The next tiling for him to do, is to pet a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor and lVe au .even tart again with the bj$. The Dispatch is still digging at Senator Johnston because of his op position to the movement of Thorn iScott to get possession of the South ern Pacifi c rail road in order to run it in the interest of Pennsylvania. Petersburg has her troubles. Some of her Conservatives have turned igint Col. Ilinton, who smote tlie radicals, hip and thigh. Jefferson Davis spoke an hour at the Kansas City, Mo. Exposition lie was very feeble, being much in disposed, and was reccivpd with tre mendous enthusiasm. Fifty thousand people were present. Jeff draws bet. ter than old l'ete, the immense llhi noceros in Rarnum's Museum. "II I (ill GROUND." The Hielnuoad Dispatch eajs D...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 21 September 1875

BRISTOL NEWS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21. 1875. ARRIVAL ad DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. ATLlTIf . CIS. Jl CDtO R. fc. Washington Tim. riMCVOER Tkaiks: Lere Lvnchburg 5 15pm u4 515 am. Arrive t Dri.lul 4 15 a M ' 4 40 p M. Lee Uriftol 9 33 am "8 18 pm. Arrive t Lynubg 8 3o p m " 7 50 a m. Freight : ArriTe at Bristol 4 56 r. M. Leave " 5 00 a m. . T. Tl. and CI. R. tt. Xatihvilte Tiiut. PiRsExnKti Tbaivr: Leave Bristol S 57 a m nd 4 10 pm. TiksrioK Knoxville 11 05 a m & 10 58 P M. Arrive in CbatttnHipa 4 67 p m 4 55 a m. Leve ChatUnooga 5 30. m & 8 30 P m. I'naitiiiK Knoxville 1 1 45 a m & 2 23 a m. Arrive In Urietol 7 3 P m & 8 55 am. Frkiuht Tkaikk: Uven ISritol 4 a M & 6 30 P M. Arrives at Brietol 10 A m & 7 50 P. m. Our AffontH. The following Rentlemen will act an our Agents, aud are authorized to procure aud receipt for subscriptions and other business in our name. TaewcllC.H.Va., II. C. Alderson Lebanon Va., Capt. J. . Mc Broom. Hindim; done iti neat style at the Hews o...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 21 September 1875

HE BRISTOL NLWS 1. O. FOWLEU, i:niroK ami ikoikiiik. rjESDU September ii, ms. , LOCAL For other Ixjtals ecc Third Till: FA I US The Fairs for next Autumn, I arc been thus far fixed lor the following times : Jonesboro, Sept., 22d, 23rd, 24th. Grecneville, Sept. 15th, 16th, and 17th. Wytheville, Oct. 6th, 7th, and 8th. Bristol Border Fair, September 28th, 2'Jth, r.Oth, and Oct l&t. Abingdon Fair, September 22, 23 and 24th. Grand flail. We received an invi tation to attend the Grand Tourna ment at Greeneville, Tenn., given on Friday nieht last. We did not attend, bat presume it was quite a Buccesa. Erry good citizen can be found buying a new suit of clothing at Bamberger's for the coining fa r. bept 14 if. Xcw Millinary Goods. Mrs. Bet tie Gallaway returned from the Northern cities on last Friday with a fiue Btoek of Millinery and Fancy Uooda, whieh eho invites her frienda and the public to call aud examine. Her prices will range very low. Mra. Gallaway se lects with fine taste, an...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 28 September 1875

UHISTOL NEWS ii in ihij i n m odsox. The Viigmia portion of the Town 11Y I. C FOWLER. ,uc I every Tecsly at 12.00 per an It ia furnished to clubs often at 1.00 in T"cftW The K.litor cf tiieNf.WKig not responsi ble 1'i.r opinions etprebseJ by eorreeyend JOI5 WORK rvcitel with neatness and disptch at ytxi VorV tricee. TUESDAY. SEPTE"3ER 28, 1375. liVKNTantJ COMMENT. Itfr. Ro. Rollins of Petersburg, de clines the ea'l ot the sore heads, to announce himself an indeper dent can didate against the nominee, Col. Hin tou, for the Senate, but it 18 under stood he will nerve if elected. This uii-auH war. The radicals will sup ,,ort him, and the hottest fight on rec ord, f-tares Petersburg in the face. The lattleof the crater will be fought ovtr again and again, the enemy will try tot-pringa ujine beneath the brave men of the cockade city. May the 'Jod of batHes defeat the tllbrt. Roll. A. Cohlll, ba br en nomina ted -by the people of Amherst and Nelion for the liouneof Delegatea. Hw is a popu...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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