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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 March 1876

-. i .;.: a ; i . i ". ;. .. .' . ' ' i. : : r . I .-. i j THE BRISTOL Kt'.VS I. C J'O V.'I.JIJi, Ihii'u t fitort.it ie. T'jr,Jr. rifCH 22. :5?s - J M '.' 7 1 IK A. M TK ; & Cr iJTkUT iT-, T. Uyi.-, MIX 1 " a at a ? : ,- ., t i I i Al-;::i:- Harii. I" ! II.l M t !. 7 1 ii mi .4 il OIP. RiCHViOSD LETTE?.. A FARM OF YOUR OWN! 1 .'I- '1 : ..3 r: :'tW a J i.. i-i FRl! HOMESTEAD L"!C In PACIFIC RAILROAD. Nebraska. - . . " : - : : . -t U. I . ft hii.t ;..:: v;.t t- f ;; : -, i t i. ... lit w w.1. n ti't ' . . . . rr- 7irr : r t . J.VJJNT ar.i COMMLN'J 7i. ;:. vi - ' J r. . . : t.', ;- - . . .:.. i.t ' ! I I '-f. ' ' it.- I i lui in: a . h i n it. J I,:.', ti. t-.U,'.'ti:t.k Vlt.U; 4; 'is'; i'.TrX lu'jr' -J'''':. 'll.'r. i' Ji ''.'.. '.'I t.'.J.t V: V.' l':iti.i; I ,y tL'r !, .i: -; f.v--.V.v,r.;(-. h!. i -- :': ;.r, ii... ' Ii;:': of ti..; A. M. O. JC. i:.. t It '".; of .r ra.Ii'aJ. 'i!,;A. M. V O. Co:.'. :.:)V .'-'!; rj !:-! ;i th:i! 'i'r'-'- it i, I . . I r v.' ! r ! i v y o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 March 1876

BRISTOL NEWS. -- - ' -- - TUESDAY. MARCH 28, 1876 B .1 ..- . .!.'.- ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. 11L1MIC, TIIN. fcliMO R. R. Washington Time. pASSEKOEil Tiiainh : Leave Lynchburg 0 CO r H inil !) 25 A M. Arrive at Bristol 4 fill am" "7 4;" F M Leave ISri.tol 3j A M ' 1113 P M. Arrive at Lyuohb'g 8 03 p m " 9 13 a m. Frkioht : Arrive at Bristol ft 33 r. m. Leave 6 50 a m. ond. 45 r. m E. T. vi. and ... tt. R. Sanhvillc Time. Passevukr Tbainh: I.enYe ilristol 4 37 A M nm "37 pm. Vanning Kuoxvillo 11 42 A M & 1 AH p m . Arrive in (.'liiitinnoogu 6 p m 7 34a m Leave Chattanooga I U 30 a m & 8 3H M. Passing Knoxville 4 14 a m & 2 21 a m. Arrive in JlrUtol 10 35 1 M & 8 65 a m . Frkt:",!Vi 'I kaixs : I,tate Bristol 4 A M & fi 30 p M. Arrives at Briutol 10 A M & 7 60 P. M. Our Agonta. The following jrentlemen will net rs our Agents, and ure authorized to procuYo and receipt for subscription!) and other luininesH in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 28 March 1876

THE BlilSTOL NtWS I . C. FOWLK1S, rillTDR AMI 1'IIOI'HIMOR. : TUESDAY. MARCH 28, 1376. LOCAL. For othi.r Locals r.-c Tliinl Tiro Wortldm Ft (low. We nmlert&iid that a few d.iva nin, (if-o. Hotter and Clinrlei Mil 'ray. living in Itich Valley, left tln-ir wives unl d cninped to pHrts unknown,' In company with two women of very fjti-js-tionable cliur.icter. They tronl, t tnlmcco to town, ami after disposing of itl'.'ftotj tho western lioond train. Uutter leaves a wife and four little children In destitute circiimsUiiceunu'i McCray a w ife and one child. Iittt.rttal llrvmue.3. K. ?dillrr. I. 8.' internal Hevenue Collector, at Johnson City, Ttiiii., notified u!l pur-ti.s-lilblc to the Hpei-'ul t;ix to come forvnrd and pr,y tl,(; -amp prior to the lit of May. riee ad vertininciit in another column. rrrmri'i!. Mr. J. II. I-Mihty, of flrecnevllle, Tenn., and a tnernher of the linn of the. American Lllitiiinj; Hod Company, wan in town, mid culled fit the A' wa nfllce on hint Ved...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS riDLUHKU IN QOODIOK, Tht Vircmla portion of tb Town. I. C FOWLER. tisuei Try Tiiaaday at 2.00 per an tin. It U furaiahad to clubs often at 11.00 per copy. 1 1 'o: Th Editor of thoNKWHit not rctponilble for ortmomi zpt'ctsed by orrtspond enti. JOB WORK Etsonted with neatness and diapstcb at New York prices. TUESDAY. APRIL 4, 1876 . - 1 L.S EVENT and COMMENT. In the Senate the other day. that body gave Morton an emphatic hint that It was about tired of the "bloody shirt" business.. The patience of that august body in something remarkable. Ben Butler want to flank the House Appropriation Committee out of $3X).000 for the KoMler's National Home at Hampton Koads of which he In President Manager and Treasurer. It Is aid his chances, are not very good, but the prospect of hli getting an Investigation of thl and three other soldier's homes, la very fluttering. A beavy nov Btorm prevailed throughout the Went on the 28th ult. At 11 A. M., at Ht. Louis on that day, it was ten Indi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. CJ. FOWLEIt, r.DITOR ASH PBOPKILTOR. r t .. ; ' ' - -" ' -" TUESDAY. APRII 4, 1376. fiVKiNT and COMMENT. Another Mir robbery ha been committed. Thin lltilu It wu tb xpre nQIce in Akron, Oliio. Tlie clerk and rn'Mf iJK'-r were asleep up stair.''. 'I lie key was txirar-ted frotn the picket of the clerk ami 30,000 etoieu from the nufe. The rno for horrible rmtroffs has not nbuti-.l. At Koiin-rville, Tenn., lat week the ntor of Jlirseb Drother vaa broken ojm;ii by it party of fifteen (iisKiiined men, ami after tielr rones round the neck of two of the iliriiche tlif y were riracired through the treet-i nnd (hen turned loose with the injunction if they remained there nnother nlvrht thpy would he killed. They also robbed the store of 1,EHi0. The "niack Swan" Is dead. Hie was a colored oiDgtr of I'hiladelphia. fieri. Custer has heaped new honors upon himself. He is now the hero of a most llvidv canine affair, in which one I'j. V. JUce, a Claim Aeent, was the worsted part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS. Tuesday; april ,4, m ARRIVAL axd DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. . ATLmiC, nis. ft. OHIO R. R. Washington Time. PiSxuKae. Trains: lje Lynchburg 5 60 p m and 9 15 a m. Arrive at Bristol 4 60 A. W "745PM. Leare Bristol 9 35 A si " 11 13 r M. Arrive tU Lynub'g 805pm" 9 13 a v. Freight : Arrive at Bristol & 33 p. . Leaves " 6 60 a m. r.nd2 45 v. u E.T. VI. and tiAiKf R. Xashvillc Time. Pasakn'qkr Trains: Leave Bristol 4 .17 i and 7 37 I M. Massing KnoKville 11 42 A M & 1 48 P M. Arrive in ChfittunooK 6 P u 7 S4a m Leave Clint tntioofra 10 30 a m & 8 30 i m. Passing KnoxvillO 4 14 A M & 2 21 A M. Arrive in Bristol 10 35 r M & 8 65 A u. Frrioht Trains : Leaves BriBtol 4 A M h 6 30 P M. Arrives at Bristol 10 a u & 7 50 P. M. (Jul1 Agents. The following gentlemen will act as our Agents, and are authorized to procure and receipt for subscription!) and otber business in our name. Tiwewell C. II. Va., II. C. Alderson Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 4 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. O. FOWL EH, miTOR AND PROPMIt.TOR. TUESDAY. APRIA , 1876. LOCAL. For other Locals Bee Third Madame lilanchard't Concert.- It was uot our gooil fortune to be present at the Couoert last Tuesday niKbt, but we learn, that notwithstanding the Inclement:)- of the weather, the turnout was tolerably good. We believe our citizens have missed one of the rarest treats that has presented Itself for along time. Madame and Mls lilanchard, as also Miss Lnssiter, and Mr. Barre, acquitted themselves handsomely. The Bristol Brass Band receives much prase The Virginian speaking of Madame Blanchard's concert at Abingdon, says: 'Tis seldom that such an opportunity is offered to otir citizens to hear such exquisite music as was their pleasure last FiMny night. It did not require a lively stretch of the imagination to imagine oneself under the sweet influences of a prima donna when we listened to the delightful strains of music which poured forth Its sweetness upon this pleasant occas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS PUBLISHED IJI UOODSOV, The Virginia portion of tht Town. BV I. C FOWLER. tutted e?ry Tuoiday at $2.00 per ta ma. It it furnlthed to olubt often at 11.00 per opy. The Editor of theNawsIa lot rosjxmgl-" bla for ortMtoMS expressed by orreipeiid ntt. ADVERTISING RATES KATE TOR 0'K YEAR. First Inch 110,00 Each uheeqtit nt inch , t - 4,00 To find the rate for shorter timo, first find the rate far one year, then 60 per eon of It will be tho rule for iz month 40 per cent " three aionth ."" " " " two month 2" " " " one month 15 " " two weeks 10 " " , one week Local advcrtgcrucnti.Trnimt.- , , 10 cents per !1 no Rogtilarly 5 .. r p,B JOB WORK Fiecutel with neatness and dispatch at Now York price. TUESDAY, APRIL ll. 1876 EVENT and COMMENTA heavy utorm prevailed throughout Alabama and Southwestern Georgia on the 8d Inst., lasting 19 hours. All the stream are greatly swollen. . On the 3d Inat., a large crevasse was reported at .Dennis' Landing, on the Mississippi, submerging three p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. C. FOWLEIt, r.blTORANR fROPBIlTOR. TUESDAY my II. 1876. :3f. EVENT and COMMENT. CJraiwy I,on-l Lake, In Lowndes Co. flu., sank ari'l disappeared Iattt Friday wfk. It covered !! acres and was well stocked with Ann, of which th people appropriated for food all they needed, and then hauled million'! of them upon their land for manure. Connecticut has gone Democratic, thus securing a Democratic Beuator. The city of Mataunoras has fallen I fore the army of (Jen. Diaz, wh was received by the people with great enthusiasm. The Vice D. L'Can Hotel a noted Hummer renort, near Old I'olrit Comfort, wan entirely destroyed by an incendiary Are lout Wednesday evening, Jom $.4.(NK). Innured for 118.000, lea than one third ita value. The Kmperor and KmprcRH of Brar.il have cngaKed twenty-two rooms at the Fifth Avenuo Hotel, New York, for themselves and suite. The colored convention at Nashville represented twelve States and Territories. It adopted rcHolutions laHt Saturday reaffi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 April 1876

.' BRISTOL NEWS. TUESOAYf ftPRIL 11, 1876 ARRIVAL iSD DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. ATLL1TK) BIS. . OHIO R. R. Washington Time. Lcmt Lynchburg IMn and 9 25 a m. ArrU at Bristol 4 60 A at " 7 4A P M . I.ear liristol 8-5 A M " 11 13 P M. Arrir at Lyachb'g 8 05pm" 9 13 a m. FlK!OHTt Arrive at Briitol 5 33 p. m. LeTj " 6 60 A V. and 3 45 P. W C. T. ft. n4 CI. R, R. Nashville Time. P-isflK.voER Teainb: Lat Bristol 4 37 A and 7 87 r m. Visaing KnoxTille 11 42 a m & 1 48 pm. Arri? in Chattanooga 6 p M 7 34a m Leaye ChattanooiralO 30 a M & 8 30 fii, rawing KnoiTille 4 14 i M 41 21 i X. Arrive in Briitol 10 35 r at 4. 8 65 A li . Fkbiqbt Trains : Laaves Bristol 4 A m & 6 30 P M. ArrUca at Bristol 10 a u & 7 50 p. u. Bindino done In neat stylo at the JJkws office. Old books rebound Magazines and other periodicals tltched trimmed and bound iu handsome stylo. Prices moderate. THIS PAPER 19 ON FILE WITH Wbar Adrertlalcg Coutntctt can b mado. Halo of Uoodsou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 11 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS i. a. FOWLElt, F.niTOH A JIB PROPRIt.TOR. TUESDAY, UPRlft' II, 1376. LOCAL. For other Locals sec Third I'agc. remount. I'lsq. (J. C. Campbell returned from Washington last Thursday, looking os well and as hearty as ever. Nero P;er. The Elizabethton Re jmbUcun is the title of a paper just started at Elizabethton, Tenn. It sports six columns and is neatly printed, and edited by W. R. Fitzsirumons. Gone to the Covntry. Mr. Audley Anderson, one of Bristol's oldest and most respected citizens has removed to the couutry, taking with him his family. During his long residence in Bristol Mr. Anderson has made many friends and few enemies, and has obtamed the universal respect of our whole community, who are loth to give him up. We trust he may find his new home and surroundings ns pleusant as he could wish. lie has moved to the place known as the "Block House," the late residence of his brother, J. C. Anderson, dee'd Gust Aij. The editor of the Ab ingdon Virginian has been p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS PVBLIMHED IN ttOOIMtOH, Th Virginia portion of th Town. I. C FOWLER. luufl every Tuesday at 12.00 per tin flm. It U furnished to clubs often t $1.00 per copy. The Editor of the News ia ot reiponsltle for ormoNS expressed by eorrespandnts. ADVERTISING RATES RATE FOR ONE YEAR.' First inch . . . , . 8f0,0! Each Buhecquent inch , . . 4,00 To find the rate for shorter timo, first find; the rain for one jenr, then fill percent of it will be the rato for ix mouth 10 per cent .10 " " 20 " IS " " 10 " " tlirpo niPtitli two month one month two weeks ouo week JOB WORK Fttcutcd with neatness and dispatch at Mew York prices. VOLUME XI. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1876. Whole No 554. No 34. Local advei-tisenicuti.Trsnt.iert, , , 1" cents per Uno Heularly f, .. rcr Uni ANNOUNCEM K.JTS. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1876- OUK EXCHANGES. Lee 8KNT15EL. John Llttrel has Ift'orJ sentenced to the penitentiary for twelve yeftrt, for killing his father Iilttl CMrley Cny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 April 1876

mum ii p,,a,s mm vwmnBnrrw3TaTt THE BRISTOL NLWS 7. C IX) V, I.KK, IDIIOIt AMI I'llllPKIMDIt. TUESDAY, APRIL i8, 1376. i:VJiNT and COMMENT. Tho ('(Hiriti'-H of Davlil.-'oii and Wilhnn, Trim., aro endeavoring to rai.se 'J.riK( to extinguish the rotate' interim in the Timiii. it I'aciile It. II. Ho the greitt propo-ed through line is to become a Hiii.'ill nll'uir, connecting two eniintirn, instead of the Mississippi with the Virginia mountains. The lnyn of building Jiailroads, seem about ended, Knoxvilli- celebrated flood Friday, hy Btartin its first Street tar down tiny Street, to the Depot. If passengers don't pet out and push on the return trips, it will ! n J.'iy enterprise. Three daily fmpers and u Btrett railway will entitle Kuoxville to be called ntity. On the 5(li of February, Olo Tluli climbed to the top of the (ireat Pyramid, Cheops, and jdayed hia violiu on the auniinit. Wythe county Doctors are discusslnr tho (iiiestion ''Has typhoid fever prevailed in this section of coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS. TUESDAY. APRIL 13, IS7E3 Ar.aiVAf. axu DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. AT I r e, Jl' . X OHIO R. R. titi i p cu Time. Leave ijur 60 p M and 9 25 A M. Arrir ieto 4 60 a M " 7 45 F M. Leaf it . tol 9 35 A Jl " 11 13 r M. Airiye a ..yncoVg 8 05 pm1' 9 13 A M. FrtKKlltT : Arrive t Bristol 5 33 P. m. Leavei " 6 60 A m. find 2 45 P. x e. Tt; and . R. 11. KanhvUlc Time. Pabhekiikic Tiiains: Leave Bristol 4 37 a m nnd 7 37 r v. Vging Knoxville II 42 a m & 1 8 i r m. Arrive in Chntlttnoopa 6 p M 7 34.1 M Leave CliflltnnoopalO 30 a m & 8 30 Pll, IWing Knoxvillo 4 14 a M & 2 21 A M. ArriTQ in BrUtol 10 35 r M & 8 65 AM. Frmuht Trains : t(io Hrintol 4 A M & G 30 p M. Arrives ut Bristol 10 a m & 7 60 p. u. Our Audits. Tho followliiR gentlemen will act as our Agents, and uro authorized to procure and receipt for subscriptions and other business in our namo. Tazewell C; H. Va., H. C. Alderson. Lebauon, Va., Capt. J. W. Mc15...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 18 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. C. FOWLER, t:iTOKAxn i-Ropmi.roR. TUESDAY. APRIL 18, 1876. LOCAL. For other locals see Third IHvinc Service. Uev. K. W. Roach will preach nt Iho liaptint Clin rch on Hunday, April 30tli, at 11 A. M., and at night. Our lown Election, On monday tho first day of May, Bristol will elect a Mayor aud Board of Aldermen. On Tuesday the nintti day of May Ooodson will elect a Mayor and Council. Let tho entries be led upon the track. Purchased. Nr. Barker baa purchased the tock of Roods owned bv Devault fc Barker, and has added it to his already mammoth stock in his new mammoth store. Another Tobacco Factor,--We accidentally omitted to state in our last issue, that Messrs. Joseph and Jesse Prattler, of Union Depot heretofore, have removed to Bristol, and will soon establish a Tobacco Factory in our town. They havo already rented the late store house of Mr. T. F. Wood but we presume they will also employ a larger building. Thoso are elegant gentleman, and very enterprising b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 April 1876

BU1ST0L NEWS I'l IIMMIKIt IJI U00DNO5, The Virginia portion of th TownI- c fowler.. usue.i cYory TucsJay nt $2.00 per an nm. It U I'm :ii .he 1 to clubs of tea at 91.00 per copy. Tim IMiiot nf t lie News is ot rrsponel lilc for Mi i.iii ,s cire83eJ by orrf utionJlits. .7 0 li WORK wltli neatnens and d it?tatcli at K'ipi'nt I New Vcii k irbe;t. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, I37GUVKiNT and COMMENT Uabeock litis bcon Indicted for con spiring to ruiu Columbus Alexander by hiring Harrington, Whitley, Net tleshlp, Homcrville, Miles aud lirown to blow open the safe of the District .Attorney. jsoiuing nut tno pare paint of virtue can cleanse the name of llabeock. Good-bye boy your master next. Tlio President hns signed tbe Silver in, ana me fractional currency will be redoemed iu Bilver as rapidly uow us prcseuteu. Tho Northern railroads Lav 4 made tboir schedule of rates for fare to the Centennial and return. They allow a a discount of twenty-nve per cent and no more. This does not please uie ;oruier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 April 1876

THE BRISTOL NLWS I. C FOWLER, IwDITUR AKB PROPKIt.TOK. TUESDAY. APRIL 25, 1876. EVKNT iu COMMENT. The President has veloeil the bill redueiti"; the rrcriirientiiil palury to $'Sr),(KH). Jtcoulu only nave amcteu um duiuocraliu Buccestsor any way. Two young men on horseback ran Into each other a few daytt uo in Aniliernt county. Jioth horfts were kill- (! and tho riders very much hurt. I omen at full apeed ore powerless to turn iwiue, and are little fcs uangerou than cauon balls In full motion. Major Cyru Newlin, a prominent rejiublican tiolitfcian, of Monroe co., V. Vo., and a practicing lawyer, was a few days ago at Hinton. w hile eufrnped In a cane, taken Kuddenly with hemorrhage of the stomach, and died in thirty-nix hours. The bar parsed resolutions highly complimentary to him, and by order of bis relative!) be was buried at Hinton. On Wednesday last the Treasury Issued thirty-five thousand dollars In new silver coin in lieu of the old fractional currency. It is pleasant already ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 April 1876

BRISTOL NEWS. TUES01T. APRIL 25, 1876ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAIN8, in. t ati c, nis. k onio b. r. Washington Time. Psi;.mik Triixk : l?c T. nchhurj 60 P tf and 9 25 A M. Arrir nl BriHto 4 60 A " 7 45 f M. Lea Urigtol 9 35 A M " 11 13 P M. Arriv Kt Lyncnb'g 8 05 P M " 9 13 A u . Fbkioiit ! Arrir at BriBtol 6 33 T. If. LeaTtt 11 6 60 a m. and 2 45 r M ET. Tl. and CI. R, B. Nashville Time. Pasxknokr Trains: I.ct IlriBtol 4 37 a h and 7 37 r n. VMlnjf Knoxrille 11 42 A M & 148 pm. Arriie in Chottanooffd 6 p 7 34a M 1-eBre ClialUnoou10 30 A m & 8 30 p If Paislng KnoiTille 4 14 A M A.2 21 A M. Arrir in JJriitol 10 35 P u & 8 65 am. Frkiomt Traind : Luiyes BriBtol 4 A m 4 SO P M. Arrives at Ilriatul 10 A M k 7 60 P. M. Uur Aeuntit. The following gentlemen will act as our Agenta, and are authorized to procure ami receipt for subscriptions and other buninefM in our name. Taeewell C: II. Va., II. C. Aldernon. Lebanon, Va., Capt. J. W. McUroom. Binuino do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 25 April 1876

1 v i' t ; ! ! THE BRISTOL NLWSi:; I. J. l'OWLEK, I DI IHK l.MI PBOPnil.IOK. TUESDAY. PF,ll 25, 1876. LOCAL Pur Page. other Loi.t two TLirJ l ftti F.'i'hr )".-c ftuecer. Dwarf I'tara aul A i pirn, from the olUeet to the youiiKeet, were frozen o that by a alight pressure the fckin klip from them entire. The inside of t); young fruit In unharmed, but we preeume the damage is efk-etual. lY-a.-hts we have not examined. At tj A. M., on Wcdnefday morning tho mercury was at 32, the frit-zing point exactly, auJ th frost was very heavy. The ground wt slightly frozen. 7Ao Sjiritij M" fin.y of Abingdon Presbytery v. ill be lit Id in Jirislol on Wednesday, the Si! .lay of May. At ShWks Co'l-oc ctiJinu-r.cime nt tho Literary addren will be delivered by Lev. V. W. Hay., ami tho Jhuxalaureatu hy P.'; v. '.eo. htewart. 3funi':iu!.A good many of the citizens of Jirintol held a incetiiijc lttt Tuesday at the Nickel llou.-e, and nominated tbe '-.i lowing ticket . Mayor. J. M. JJarkcr. Ai.I)K1'.m:.n. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol News — 2 May 1876

BRISTOL NEWS rcntisiiED is ooonsoar, Th Virginia portion of the TownI. C FOWLER. issued eyery Tuesday nt 12.00 per an am. It ii furnished to clubs often at 1 1 .00 per copy. The Editor of tlie NiWHti ot responelMe for opinions expressed by eorrebpond-tats. JOB WORK Fxecutel ith netnen and dispatch at New Yor rlcon. TUESDAY. MM 2, 1376. EVEiNT and COMMENT. Dauchy A Co., Advertising Agents of New York city, had a hunjr Jury In their nult ngainwt tho Montpelier ABociatlon, which had agreed to pay them $12,000 per month for their ad vortibenient lu 800 papers. Norfolk has BtrawlerrIeH ripened in tho open air. JJut who wants strawberries at a dollar per quart. The man who would pay it oilfcnt to be arrested as a government thief prima facia. Oen. Wlekham has gone to Cincinnati to endeavor to secure a weHtern connection for tho C. fe Oi It. 11., which at present merely runs to Iiuutlngtou and there stops. It is thought the expense of burying A. T. Stewart will not exceed twelve thousand d...

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