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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 18 September 1868

mi If tu Mm .4 Jib" r 'V S ,1 i1 THE BRISTOL NEWS, KPITKI 11V I. C.t E. FOWLER, Is Published In Goodson, Va.. AND FCRN18HED BT Til rii orniKToit at t b k ror, tOIIO A T I r : One copy, one year,.... Oiio copy, six months, 1.60 To clubs of ton or more, (per copy) J.00 For the campaign, 50 I'aymmt in Advantt. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondence (Riving news Items, infor mation in regard to agrculture, or anything tending to promote the interests of the peo. pie, is respect! nlly solicited. Write upon bnt one aide of the paper. No attention ia paid to anonymous communications. snrarooBBi PROF ESS IQZEsTAXj. Legal. M. L. BLACKLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COLLECT ING AGENT. Bristol, Va. & Tenn. WILL practice in tlio Courts of Sullivan, Washington, Carter, Green and Hawkins Comities, Tennessee, and Washington Coun ty, Virginia. Bijjy Prompt attention will bo given to all business intrusted to aim. liice west end Nickles House. Aug. 11, lHott, tf CHARLES J. ST. JOHN, Attorney at Law and Coll...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 18 September 1868

II iw i.wir. Hi-DMkMM FRIDAY September 18, 1868. , FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. - FOR VICE "PRESIDENT, GA'. FRANK P. BLAIR, Tub two Houses of tlio Tennes-co Legislaturu Lava aijrce'l on tho bills which they were called together to puss. We jivibli.-li them an sent to the Gov croor for hi signature. No apology is necessary for their large delusion of other matter. If they can Le tnatle to prevail, till else is worthless. The iniud rock and staggers in amazement at their contemplation. In their unpar ailed assumption of power, they must brcalf down before that degree of popu lar indiguatiuu which in all ages bas unsettled kingdom? and changed the historic current of the luiglsticst nations. Tug military bill lays violent bands upon that great achievement of centii' lies that pillar of our Constitution which forbid standing armies iu times of peace. It makes it legal for a Gov. cruor, who may have a discontented and sedition band of followers in any county, to inaugurate bloodshed a...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 18 September 1868

Bristol .gkfos. FRIDAY September 18, 1868. VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE HAILROAD. Mail trln leaves Bnrnl, 7.28 P. M. Arrives in Lvnchhurg, g.40, A. M. Freight train leaves Uri-td 7.3:1 . M. Freight train arrives at A. M. Mail train leaves Lvnchbuig, 6 2j, P. M. Arrives in Bristol, 7.05 A. M. . Distance 8n4 miles j Fare 4 cents pur mile. 28 minutes allowed lor meals in Dristol. EAST TENN. & VA. RAILROAD. Mull train leaves BrNt.il 7.10 A. M. Arrives In Knoxville 2 4(1 1 M. Mall train loaves Knoxville, 11.17 A.M. Mail train arrives in Bristol 6.40 I'. M. Freight train leave Bristol, 4.10 A. M. and 7.10 1'. M. Freight train inltfl In Bristol, 6 40 A. M. and 8 30 P. M. Distance 130 miles ; Fare 6 eta. pT mile. 28 minute Unwed for meals In Bristol. Tenn. time being 30 minute glower than Va. time, the apparent want of connection between I lie above schedules in explained. We are now prepared to fii'iii.-li Job Wink ou Brauliful Colored Paper of all shades, and ran furnish at short notice :...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 18 September 1868

" . Siclb au& jo nr. ben. Vnrr ir Peach Orchards. EJihtrt SoHlhrsp. CVfrt'coforj As I fcliill be aliviut au-i oiuc'a ogitpd for tlio next two runntas, I p.tvfowi to ou leus, ia oao artcle, ill that I Ltv jel to my. 1st, On tie ruanner of picting, Jabck ing aal hii ping peacfces. '2vl, Tlw expense per aero, and prob able vicM under judiciois tnanaj'oiucrit. For 8b.ipmcnt, tbo fruit ehotild be picked when quite Laid and just wit begins to color. La picking, tbfl hatuls should be c&rc ful not to press the fruit with the fore lineer and thumb, as indentation will produce decay within twenty-four hours. Jla?p the pouch rather in the palm of tbo hand and apply the nogers to toe etcra which couitocts it with the branch, and a slight pull will separate tin; peach Irora tbe tree without bruising it. Each band should carry a peach bas ket lined with common homespun, ituo which the fruit should bo laid (not thrown) when picked. This prevents ubiuaiou of the skin from the coarse ptraw o...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 25 September 1868

4 J. L I MmULvmMfVwwm, 1. mmimmmmmmmummmymnmwiim .u-u .i , ,.,,-, ,-,.,. ..,,..,. , , r- L p .7 ? - ? -r . si - 4 s u '. " 1 THE BRISTOL NEWS, , K!)tTKt ItT I. C. & K. FOWLER, Ib Pnbliebed in Goodson, V., and frrnxisHrn nr Tn r n orniKT o it at till roLLo wlio nit: ' One copy, one year, ' $2.50 One copy, six months, x.S0 To club, of tenor more, (per copy) 100 For the campaign .'..... 60 Payment tn Advance. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondence ;giving new rteiiis Infor mation in regard to agrculture, or anything tending to promote the Interests of the peo. file. Is respectfully solicited. Write upon tint one side of the ppi r. , No attention l psid 10 anonymous c rnmnniestinns. FBOF ESS M. L. BLACKLEY. ATTOKN EY A f LAW ANU COLLECT J.VG AGENT. Bkistol, Va & Trs-K. WILL practice in the Courts of Sullivan, Washington, Carter, (jreen and tlawkins Cuumivh, Tciiiisce,ou.l Washington Coun ty, Virginia. J-sf Prompt atteution will be given tuall lui n 1 11 ihs intrusted to jitn. Oifice ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 25 September 1868

FRIDAY September 25, 1868." FOR PRESIDENT, . HORATIO SEYMOUR. , FOR VICK PRESIDENT, . c7;Ar. fraxkj: r.LMK. The issuo between tho Abingdon Virginian and tlio Xatiinal I'nivn is a mutter of grave public interest, and wo caunot consent to remain neutral in re gard thereto, Properly narrowed down, the issue is between tho continuanee of tho administration of Gen. Muliono, ag to the Va. & Tenu. 11. 11., and the re verting of that j;roat public improvo- lueut to tho parv bavin;: previoua con trol of it. and to the latter alternative manv besides ourselves cannot consent. The Virginian essays a defence of Col, Ov?cn, and, after assertiug that a unan imous vote of thanks was tendered that officer by tho Stockholders at tho last meeting, charges tho lois of tho through mail to Gen. Mahouc, aud then, ttrango to say, acquits liim ot ail blam in tho matter by charging it to wind and wa ter, which he says rendered it "next to an impossibility for near two months to mku tinio over the rood."...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 25 September 1868

.Ma.. mJk mm t, .-.,, - Bristol ycras. ! FRIDAY September 25, 1868. VIRGINIA & TKXNESSr.E 11AILU0AD, Mail train leaver llrlnlol, 728 1'. M. Arrives In Lynchburg, MO, A. M. Kreltrht trains leaves F.rlstnl, 7.45 A. M. Freleht train arrives at 5A't A. M. Miil train leaves I.ynchlmrir, 5 P. M. Arrive" in Hristol, 7.(15 A. M. aud fi P. M Distune 204 miles; Fare 4 r.unts per mile. 2S minutes allowed for meals in liristol. EAST TF.NK. & VA. RA1LK0AD. Mull train leaves Prlstol 7.10 A.M. ' Arrives In Knoxvlllo 2.4(1 1 M. Mail train leaves Knnxvillo, 11.17 A. M Mail train arrive in Hristol 6.40 P. M. Freight trr.ins leavo Bristol, 4.10 A. M and 7.10 P.M. Freight trains irrlvn in Bristol, 5.40 A M. and 8.30 P. M. Plstanco );0 miles : Faro 5 cts. per milo 2H minutes allowed for meals in Bristol. Tenn. titiin beirg 30 minutes Mower than . "' " . 1' ; iciwwi-n urn & i it m .mm,,,,, r, ,n t-Al...,.v. t 1!,, ,,1 . ,,!,.. t.i t:iko f ITeet on Mon. " ' I diiv last. It will bo seen that it...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 25 September 1868

V ; "V Preparation of Seed Wheat, The K'lilor of tt Awrrimn Farms (ML) m July 'j",i v.Tjr iutefcstiog nrlido oh Lhu m-nuratiou of seed wheat write : l)ut few cMitivttoTfl, aiptatively, rrwognite the valuo of a duo prewar tiou f ccJs by Ktccpiug in fertilising fultufctaecs. Tlkra soetua ti l oa re cord hardly enough, of reliable testimo ny t justify 'di'pcndeiif pm ny particular modo or of ny particular tmbsUuoo, la thus tcri iixing oar neous, but nuito enough to cll fur and tit jus tify the uiotit iiaiiiftukio experiments to dcturmiuo dow or with wliat, tho dif ferent eceds uiay tw prepared to give thctn that impulse in tlioir ftarlier't irrowth which achus to influence ull heir after progress. We know how es pccially ucccssajy to ouv great staple, wheat, is such aa early impulse, that, under our practice of law fall mowing, it may bo eo rooted iu tho full as to ca ublo "it iu tho sprioff to bear ito burden of need. It way bo doubted whether the marvellous effect of a mere dusting o...

Publication Title: Bristol News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 2 October 1868

1 ma i wmmi n,mi.iiMiniim THE BRISTOL NEWS, KDITKft BT I. C. E. FOWLER, It Published in Ooodson, 7a.. AND H'RVIsHKn IIT TH8 r n o r n i is to it AT TUI roLtOWINO RilIM Ono copy, one year...... 92.50 One copy, six months, 1 .00 To club of tenor more, (per copy) 1.00 For the campaign, ; 50 Payment in Advance, TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondence ;gHng news items, Infor matiou lu regard to agrculture, or anything tcudiiig to promote the Interests or the poo. pie, is reni)CII'nlly solicited. Write upon but one side of tlie paper. No attention l paid to anonymous coii.ninnlcttlons. luuw-asjwsMiijidMsagjaaggu.'.iiiiii a.xsm PEOF ESS IP IET-A-Ij. Lettil. M. L. BLACKLEY. ATTORNEY Al' LAW AN U COLLECT ING AGENT. Brimtoi,, Va k Tux. WILL practice in tlio Courts of Sullivan, Washington, Carter, Ureen and Hawkins Counties, Tcnnessee,aud Washington Coun ty, Virginia. ttxir Prompt attention trill be given to all business intrusted to .lim. Oflics went end Nickles House. Aug. 14, 1HU8, tf CHARLES J. ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 2 October 1868

swu.ni.' u:wm fr-wsHi FRIDAY October 2, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, JIORA TIO, SEYMO UR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. FRANK J'. JiLAlI! John II. Suhbatt has at-last been discharged, after a long imprisonment, and though tha point raised "by the defence wai merely tetlini'al, liis dia ehargu is, perhaps, finnf. The public baa watched the case with J est. He was driven from tha States 10 Canada, but be fmind there no hospitable, harbor to shelter bim from tho rude storm by whicb he was buffeted. The human race ' "Til. ..WAr"rriire'.KMVltH80B w8 armed- against bim, and bo crossed IB hard," and there is- (rouble in the lladieal camp. That delectable orna ment of the bench, ycloped Judge Tlouck, is displeased St tha nomination of Mayoard, and bas determined to run for Congress independently of the voicd of tbe Convention. We like this de- oifcion on tbe part of this creature, tVho bas been deck 3d with' the cheap artiole buwked about ok lladieal ermine. It seems that devils are necessary in the eco...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 2 October 1868

f r t I . ' t waitins all the week, and Cna'.lt went home, to be drapged back again, rd, perhap, again, to the tune of aevc.a.1 dollars per uay iu the way of expenses. e hope to ventilate tuis matter next week, and will Uke particular pleasure id doing it. Tht Concert.' The young ladies will give their grand concert for the benefit nf th Presbyterian church, in thai building, on Tuesday night next. They Lave made every preparation to give a treat that will be alike crcditnble to themselves and pleating to their audi ence. Prof. Frank, of Lynchburg, has promised to be preKOt and assist them, also several ladies froth a distance. We runt to see the Lou no full. Cnme out and bring your friends. Dont My that I do not approve of concerts. There is do dodging the question in that way If you caut conio or do not approve of concerts, then send them fifty cent That will make tho matter all right 1 be tollowins notice was if it on our table by one of our citizens ; Toe good people of our comm...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 2 October 1868

A- 7 I f i t ' i Mi i t i i- - 5 ! ' ill 1' I I Li- 4. i ft- i 1. !j 1 I. I! ! Farm notes for October. TollACCO. The saving of tho crop of tobacco LoiM be dow finished tip at tbo earli est lim" pmuticabli. Lot tlie tobacco in i liU house hao all the benefit of Run And air thin cuti l given it, but close the doors ch I vindows in wet flippy weather, aad wbtn tlie nights ro very damp. Wbcn fire cud not by used, much tlatnugo to tho quality of tbo tobacco Oiiy be prevenUtd by a little, care io abutting up the bous-ea closely, in an ticipation of fogs that are sometimes so injurious. Occasionally during the cur ing it nmy be found necessary to close the doors again it very tigh winds, which break or bruiso aurh parts as are pxpnaed to them. The use of fire In cur ing the crop quickly tins always been, to soma extuut, practiced. Too danger from burninjr aud injury from pmokc, when op n fires .are used, bave deterred plante r, in a great measure from itsuso. In p rtioua of Virginia aud No...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 9 October 1868

THE BRISTOL NEWS, rrnmct. bt " I. C.t E. FOWLER, ' Ii Published in CFoo'deon,' V,. aw ruitNisnitr Br thb . , , riiormtiTori AT TBI roM.owino itrtu Due copy, on Tr,, .......... i .. . ft 60 One copy, tlx months,.... .'..'..,;.'., 1.50 Toclabsof tea or more, (mt cop)) 1.00 For the campaign, (0 Payment in Advanoe. . TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondence giving ifewi items, infor Uttlon Id re far A to agrt-uliure, or anything tending to promote th Interests of the pe. file, is respectfully solicited. Writ upon but one tide of tbe paper.. No attention In paid t enonvtnnni norriinnnta-atinna. professional! Lr.iul. M. L. BLACKLEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COLLECT ING AGENT. Shinto-., Va Trw. .VI LI prouiice in. the C nu ts of Sullivan, Washington, Carter, Gren and Hnwkini Counties, TeiirMsiiee.And Washington Coun ty, Virginia. gj Prompt attention wilt be given to all business intrusted to .iim. Office west end Nickles House. Aug. 14. lSilS, tf . CHA.UES J. ST.. JOHN, Attorney at Law and Colleofi"g ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 9 October 1868

FRIDAY, Octcter 9, 1868. Foa presidentT HORATIO SEX MOM. . FOR .VIQE PRESIDENT, OEN. FRANK P. IiLAIR. "T,Ht communication sijiued "Justice" ia our last 'ksve, must not be uoder astood m hiviog ftweived our endorse merit. The members of the firm of Palmer, Stuart & Co. ', at Saltvillo Lav iLceo warm personal friends of tljfl wri ter since hettiado the if acquaintance. And while we .concede tiro right of cri ticism to others, we must testify .boldly t their uniform courtesy end liberality in all of our intercourse with them. Within certain limits, it may be their good fortune to enjoy a practical trio nopol v, but to the price of foreign salt they must come and beyond it they can novcr go. .We would rejoice to see transportation arranged so as to reduce the price of Suit, by .fair competition, for it is a great staple, but we cannot tee that Salt, witbiu.fuir liinits, Bhould not like alt other articles be amenable to the great law of supply aod demand Tbe writer lived with these g...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 9 October 1868

FRIDAY,, October 9, 1868. ' VIRGINIA IENNE3SEE RAILROAD. Mall train lesveR Bristol, 7 28 P. M. ArrWetln Lin-'W'iiff, 8 40, A. M. Freight trains leaves tti (-, 7 4J A. M. Freight trsln errlest 6 49 A.M &6PM. Wil train leaves Ltiiuliliu-K, fi P. M. . irHtwIn Brnl,JH A.M. pistsnrr S'4 miles j Far 4 tieu'e pr mile, 28 minutes u d ior meals in liriM.il. EAST TENN. & VA. RAILROAD. Mill train Bristol 7 10 A. B. Arrives In Km xvdle 2 4ft V. M . M ill train leaves Kin xvuh , 1 1 17 Mil train arrives In B 'lo' 6.4D P Tielght trams leave Bristol, 7 15 A. M. M. A. M. awl V. M. Freight, tram arrivti fn Bristol, C .?5 A. M. "in I 8 SO P. M. Distance 131 milo?, Ftr 5 ct'. pr mile. 28 uiiuiite, allowed I t mils In B Istt.t. To nn. timeheicg Sd ml .me sumer than Va titue, tho sppai. -nt want if onoec'lon lie I wt-1 ii tin glove ri hednh-R s oxplslm-d. Lnltrprur. Atfelititni in called uii the tar 1 niifiidl Eduirprise. Her to the car l sio-iie ire i no opportunity for from thin section. soma ...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 9 October 1868

Grapes and Wines. Tbe uniuR.iig of I lin public- attention to'ttie advantages of the grapo culture and tlio manufacture tf wine iu this country is liiably gratifying to reflat ing and practical men. Iu both a po cuuiiiry and moral sense the entering upon these new means of occupation promises tbe most salutary blessings.- TIib grapa crop is an addition to tlic variety of crops, and increases tiie se curity of the laborer from tha wayward ness of M!nios. TI)o intniduetioa of wine a a common beverage nnioog our people will promote temperance and lioaltli by diminishing the consumption of tbe detestiblo distilled liquora of tbeso times, which debauch the intellect and destroy tho physical power of men. It may be that thin is one national blessiug wrought, in a degree, out of a national evil, thus illustrating tlip prin cip'.c of compensation which, iike a gold en thread, inns through the laws of l'rovidencc. Congress seized upon dis tilled spirits s a subject of taxation susceptible of...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 16 October 1868

THE BRISTOL NEWS, I. C. & K. FOWLER, Is Published in Goodion, Va... AMD KI'RMMIKn II T IBB rit OV 11 IE TO It AT TBI roiLowiita RATIRI One copy, one year....... IJ.59, Ooo copy, six months,., -;5o To club of tea or more, (per copy) 3.00 For the campaign jo . ' tayxnetii Advance. TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' Corn spondeuce .giving new Item, Infor nation in regard to agreulture, or anything tending to promote the Intermit of the peo ple, i respectfully solicited.' Write upon but one side of the paper. No attention in paid to anonymous communications. , ADVERTISING RATES- (TEN I.tKRI MAKK A FO.0ARB.) , One square, first Insertion... .... .... (t.60 Each rubseqncnl Inset Hon, 71V ... 1 v . -. .' ' i PC?"" A liberal diacouut for stauding ad" vertisements, i7 Obituary notices ever foni lloea will be charged at advertising rates. . JOB WORK Will be neatly antl promptly exrentcd. Having provided our ctllcu with all the material necessary for doing gwd woik, we appeal to the advocate-, ot home I...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 16 October 1868

FKID AT, October 16,1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SE YMO VR. -o - FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEN. FRANK '. BLAIR. The fate of America will probably fiave been decided before this article ahall Lave been read by our subscri bers. On Tuesday, the 13th inslant, ejections were neld in Pennsyl vania, Ohio, Indiaua nnd Nebraska. If the result should assign any two of the first three to the Democracy, the election of Seymour may le regarded as certain. If but one of them should be won, the struggle may bo regarded as yet unsettled. But if the clcctiou of Gen. Grant should bo foreshadowed or assured, the people o,f tho South, who have been refused the privilege of separation and denied the right of re- union, can only await aud See how fur that military chieftain will disappoint the wishes of the bloody mob which nominated him. not because he was thflir ch.iiee. but believinc thev could .I- t : .,."; .,, C.u... ,-.7.7 vs.. vAAnn nwA rya- I J icumi e. " perity and good feeling to our whole people. G...

Publication Title: Bristol News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 16 October 1868

rr . i FRIDAY, October 16, 1868. URGINIA A TENNESSEE RAILROAD. Miil train leaves Bristol, 7.2S P. M. Arrives in Lynchhnrg, 8.40, A. M. Freight trains leavee Bristol, 7.45 A. M. Freight train arrlvee at 8 45 A.M. &B P.M. Ji.il train leaves Lvnchburtr, 6 p. J. Arrives in Bristol. 7.05 A.M. Pittance J04 miles; Fare 4 cents per mile. 28 minutes allowed for meals In Bristol. EAST TENN. k VA. RAILROAD. Mail train leaves Bristol 7.10 A. y. Arrives In Knt'Xville 2.4G P. M. Mail train leaves Knnxvill, 11.17 Vail train arrives in BrlMol 6.40 F Freight trains leave Bristol, 7. IS A. M. M. A. M. ana B.zs p. M. Freight trains arrive In P.ristol, 6 .15 A. M. anl 8.30 P. M. Dis.ano-i 130 miles; Fre 5 cts. per mile. H mlnntea allowed f ir metis in Bristol. Teno. time beirg 30 miuntei slower than Va. time, the apparent want of connection belweru the atmve acliedulrg is explained. Sf -W !m Look Out. Ilev. Knbert Ay art of fers S50 for a Lay Horse stolen, r for the theif. TLo Abingdon Yiryinian sa...

Publication Title: Bristol News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bristol news. — 16 October 1868

SlclVanl $arbtn. . "y ' . jvjf To Blake Vinegar. Kimtorh Southern Cultivator : I noticed in recent unnibtr of jour riT, a call for n retitblo mixta of ma ting good vioegtr. - 1 liae,";manj . time, uil an xoelleut article of ap 1 vinognr, hicbt I regard as tk bent vinegar used, and if it will be f any wrvicj iw juu u jv. .v.,..-,, .nra very we:oni to my meiuwu, as mm jb one of (bo . very low return 1 can make fur the many valuable things ( jget from tbo Cultivator. Procure a coalmen cask, boldin about forty gallons, and Git it with cider.. Iit tbe cider pass through the vinous for mentation and become bard cider, oud when it becomes clear, eome bright day in October. November, or llo.oeiubcr. draw of into paile and tub?, aud trtieu nil tbe clear, bard cider is drawii oil, then empty tbe loot and tuotber, if any ; .wash out tbe barrel cleau, and then ,pour tho contents of the tails and tuba Jiao'i iuto tbe barrel ; and, at once tbe jicetoua fermentation becius, and goes on till good v...

Publication Title: Bristol News
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