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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 19 March 1870

: x&rwr ^-5 Tsawir,- ,.>^ja>< MM sA mmmt VOL. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, 1870. yjMitffi, m :■ m, **trm ^ar-'.r r' < A *«§-•* • .*:v*:. xSte® The Seirri-%eUy Journal Published at Belton, Bell County, Texas, every Wednesday «S& Saturday, J. H. Davenport, Proprietor. EF" For Terms, Advertising Rates, Agents, &c., see inside page. LATEST BY MAIL. From the State Journal.] WASHINGTON. Ban Domingo rrcaty—XVth Amendment—Funding Bill- Georgia Question—Bill for the Admission of Texas Pass- ed the House—Specie Pay- ments, Etc., Etc., Etc. Washington, March 15.—Senate.— The Committee on Foreign Relations agreed to recommend the rejection of the San Domingo treaty; Jvote—:five against two. The Senate passed the House resolu- tion giving Mr. Stanton's widow one year's salary. A resolution was offered' directing inquiry as to whether the 15th Amend- ment conferred suffraga on the Indians. Mr. Thurman objected, saying the rat- ification was not yet proclaimed. The Houso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 19 March 1870

% BELTON JOURNAL. Woml-WoeUly l^liilou. 3. II. DA VEXI'OHT,) ■ Editor*. A. K. RAMSEV, ) Ilcltrtu, Toxiih : 8ATI BDAY, MARCH 10,18T0 Tm'iiiN ol* SuhHoription: Single Copj-, one year $2 00 Single Copy, six months 1 25 Five to ten copies, one year, each,.. 1 75 Ten to twenty copies, one year, each 1 Twenty to Any copies,one year,each 1 50 ^ TO OUR PATRON*. We now'ftirnish our patrons with . : from fifteen to sixtcen'columns of the smallest type per week. We furnish half of it on Wednesday and half on Saturday. We arc endeavoring to furnish you the news just ns soon ft if ' possible after it readies us. The news wc get on Sunday ntul Monday we give • to you oil Wednesday, and that of Thursday and Friday we give to you on Saturday. We furnish all the in. tcrcsting dispatches wc can afford to publish in each issue; give you, in as condensed ajform as possible, the gen- ■*' oral news, and devote ourselves speeiti'- ly to home interests in whatever way wo (BJiy'concclve to lie for home good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 19 March 1870

* tm mm * V lis •nt T/i I '• V "i I 7 ■■& m /' i. i V ■" V * •) LOCAL ITEMS. Thanks Wo must certainly tender sincere thanks to Major McWhirtcr for avalu- ftble and highly esteemed present—a splendidly bound copy of "Specimens of Printing Type," from Farmer, Little & Co., New York. It is an invaluable vade mecum to the printer. Spring Goods. Some of our merchants have re- ceived new goods since our last issuei but the maw stock has not yet arrived in consequence of the slowness of the railroad. Roads are good and our teamsters seem to mako their trips with despatch. The past week, how- ever, we would presume, has quieted any one who may have been getting a little fidgetty about Spring goods. There are plenty in town now of the best quality which you sew on until others arrive if you cannot wait. Farmers. N. II. Rather will sell all kinds of country produce for a small per cent commission, fie keeps constantly on hand flour, sugar, molasses, bacon, mackerel, and all kinds of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 19 March 1870

BELTON JOURNAL. 8oml-Wcckly Xklitlon. Written for tho Joobnal.] "WESTWARD TIIE STAR OF EMPIRE TAKES ITS WAY!" I hear the plowman'* merry song, The reaper's whistle clear; The woodman's axe lays low the tree Out in the forest drear. The plow-share turns the prairie sod, The Red-men all hare fled, The wine-press stands upon the hills, Where late the savage bled. The cottagcs are thickly set Upon the prairies' breast, The lcid and lamb now sport where late The eagle built its nest. The howls and shrieks of beast and birds Arefointly heard afar, Peace reigns supreme and nought occult Our happiness to mar. Our towns, as if by magic, spring, Our cities grow and thrive, And they may now be likened to The inmates of "the hive." The hum, the roar of forge and mill, The engines rush and shriek, The electnc's click and flashes quick Our progress plainly speak. Bright sunny land! I love thy wilds, Thy smiling fields so fair, I love thy quiet cottage home, And flowers, oh! so rare. Wealth,streng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 26 March 1870

mm o t I / / ( '■ ' // C- c -J * 7 W ' L- *- \ I.; *70 si . ■:: hil *'4 "Jil ~. i ■ 111 J ■? •. - • v ~'&e, ■ Mk **ri i • VOL. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY", TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH j :■ ..) The Serai J. , ■, vlSTo# X3* • ,••' Mem-*** zM .dJ*f M'JW-* ■• - ■'■'■ - 'j .. I I-M'IA jfywft •//. ?vjtftvWf 26, 1870. fJouraal Published at y Bcltog^Bell County, Textyi, every J.H. Davenport, Proprietor. UaiF* For Terms, Advertising Rates, Agents, &c., sec inside page. LATEST BY MAIL. From the State Journal.} WASHINGTON. Gov. Holden Appeals to the President to suspend Writ of Habeas Corpus—Tennessee before Reconstruction Com- mittee—San Domingo Treaty. Washiktox, March 21. Gov. Holden, of North Carolina, tel- egraphs to the President to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in that State. Ho telegraphs to a Senator: "We have Federal troops,but wo want pow- er to act. Is it possible that the Gov- ernment will abandon its loyal people to be whipped and hanged ? The writ of habeas corpus should be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 26 March 1870

BELTON JOURNAL Soml-Weekly KU11< iou. JJi.MVGSPOttT,) A. K. RAn«EY, \ Editors. Holt on, Toxoh: SATURDAY, 1ARCH36,1870 Term* ol* Hul>wcrlj>rioii t Single Copy, one year $2 00 Single Copy, six months 1 25 Five to ten copies, one year, each,.. 1 75 Ten to twenty copies*, one year, each 1 C5 Twenty to fifty copies, one year, eaeL 1 50 13T limit tauveii may be made by Mail at our rl k. ltutuw ofAdvortiNin^: Oue square. 3 months $ 4.00 0 '• 7.50 " I year 10.00 Ouc-fourth col., 3 month*.. 10.00 " " C " 15.00 ' 1 yeftr 25.00 One-half " 1 year 50.00 One column, 1 year 100.00 Ten lines or less constitute a square. Transient advertisements will be charged at the rale of one DOLL Alt per square for the first, and fifty cents for each sub- sequent insertion. Leyal advertisements charqid ten cents pew link, u. s. currency, for atoll insertion —invariably in advance. [ the Amnesty Oatli, or when bo voted j for tho Constitution < If bo did not be 1 could not have done so were ho to have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 26 March 1870

tl ' M i. m w t w<N ik\j> * LOCAL ITEMS. General Reynold*. Passed tliioufili towu yesterday. We leam' from exchanges that he is on an inspection tour to the froiitiet. Thauki To Hon. J. H. Miller, who has justjc turned from a trip to Gatesville, lor tlie first No. of tho Coryell Fron- tiersman, a new paper published at Gatesville. 'red buds' without being set down as Indiaus t Don't be a scaring all the women and children that way no more boys. I've been here too long for any such foolishness." LATEST BY MAIL Excuse Us. Several typographical and other errors occurred in our lust issue in. con- sequence of the lateness of the hour at which we issued and absolute want of time to correct. Please excuse us. Personal* We had tiie pleasure of meeting our friend FauntleRoy, of Gatesville, in. town on Triday. He js the same lively, witty and gay Paunt. that we knew of old. He says if CourW don't come there they can stay away; tllftt theyliave a newspaper, plenty to eat, and don't care...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 26 March 1870

BELTON JOURNAL. Scini-Woekly Edition. LIFE, LOVE, AND YOU. Lot my voico ring out and over tlic earth, Through all tlie grief and strife, Within'golden joy in a silver mirth: Thank God for Life! Let my voice swell out through the great abyss To the azure dome al>ove, With a chord of faith in the harp of bliss: Thank God for Love ! Let my voico thrill out liencath and fibovc The whole world through: Oh, my Love, and Life, Oh, my Lite and LoVo, Thank God for You I Prof. Duslllnffcr. The full name of Prof. Dccllingcr, the author of the protest against Papal infallibility, which has created such great commotion in the Catholic world, is John Joseph Iguatius Dad- lingcr. Ho was born at Bamberg, Ba- varia, on the 28th of February, 1700. Io 1811 he was ordained a priest, and shortly afterward* he received an ap- pointment in Bamburg. Four years later, he published Vis first work, en- titled, "The Doctrine of the Eucharist in the Three First Centuries.'' He gained by this work the Chair o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 30 March 1870

,,''.1 vol. rw BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1870. No. 14. The Senjff-WeeklylJournal / Published at ■>. J Button, Bell Coiyit), Texas, / evkky /Wednciadny ^ Solm-tlsiy. J. EL Davenport, Proprietor. For Terms. Advertising Rules, Agents, &(•., see inside [>age. LATEST BY'IAIL From tlie Stat.o Journal.] WASHINCTOS. The President to Issue Amnes- ty alter Texas and Georgia are Admitted—Virginia Dele- gation—American Bisliops and Infallibility—Xew Mexl- eo asks Admission. Washington, March 34. • Revenue receipts $419,000. President Grant intends issuing a general amnesty when Texas and Geor- gia are restored. In answering the Virginia delegation President Grant supported neither sale but said Gen. Canby's action was sim- ply for tlie preservation of peace. Gen. C'unby would have been blamed lmd he neglected precaution. In Koine it is reasserted that the American Bishops refuse to assent to infallibility. In the Treasury: Currency $525,000; gold coin $05,000; g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 30 March 1870

V BELTON JOURNAL Bonti-Weekly IikUtioii. I.tt;DAtENPOBT,) ^ > Editor*. A. K. RAMSEY, ) Bolton, Toxoh: wednesday, march 30, 'jo Terms of* Hnbucriptiou : Single Copy, one year, $2 00 Single Copy, six months 1 25 Fire to ten copies, one yew, each,.. 1 70 Ten to twenty copies, one year, each 1 65 Twenty to fitly copies,one year,each 1 00 Or Remittancet may be made by Mail at *r vilk. . V i- . Rate* ol* Advertising' I One square. 3 months $ 4.00 " 0 " 7;50 u • i year, 10.00 One-fourth col., 3 mouths.. 10.00 " "6 " .. 15.00 " ' lfrear 25.00 One-half " 1 year 50.00 Ou* column, 1 year 100.00 Ten lines or less constitute a square. Transient advertisemen ts will It charged at the rate of one doll ak per square for the first, and fifty cents for each sub- sequent insertion. Legal advertisements charqed TBN cents feb line, u. 8. currency, for each insertion .—invariably in advance. agents. Henry Harris, Iiarrisville, Texas John T. Eubank Salado, Texas 8. Field, Gatesville, Texas A. D. Cooper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 2 April 1870

IW'\ w I •*0«- tua^ Jack. U(£ AH. the t 0 low. & I I A 1 -/ ! i, ' i SEMI-WEEKLY JOlftNAL. , 1 1 I VOL. XV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1870: NalS, The Semi-Weekly Journal Published at Helton, Bell County, Texas, every Wednesday «& Saturday. J. H. Davenport, Proprietor. For Terms, Advertising Rates Agents! &c., see inside page. The Negro Senator Reads Bol- lock's Speech. state items. The Southern Banner proposes a new amendment to the • Constitution, one to undoe the one that has just been done. Lumber is plentiful in Brenham at thirty dollars per thousand. Bastrop Advertiser: Mayor Burch has been removed and J. E. Brady Esq., appointed in his/place. The ladieB ot Bastrop are preparing an elegant supper for the benefit of the Methodist Church. A negro woman while riding on horse back to or from Randolph last week was attacked by a panther ehort distance East of Randolph. Her screams brought some men to her relief, who killed the wild beast. The wo- man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 2 April 1870

•datespo^t t BELTON' JOURNAL. Mr.. Ml JOURNAI remarks^ the acntot public (o — Rs u" with thi n «nt to | ■object of! Round | r«'d y, A pi GeorgetoV Salado, Si Belton, Jft 18th and lot Cameron, "* April 80th at • Marlin, Fd ralla C'ouni Attest srtisementi o o. offering ic '«• Go ami i hir~ 8omo m r this week n t Saturday. WtjinlAVeelily Edition. J. U. DA VEX PORT,) 1 -•#. •. ' (- •-. '• \ A. K. RAMSEY, 1 Editors. Helton, Toxu*: SATURDAY, APRIL , 1870. of Stibsorlptlon: Single Copj', one year $2 0Q; Single Copy, six months,, 1 25 Five to ten copies, oneyufir,each,.. 1 75 Ten U> twenty copies, one year, each 1" 05 Twehty to fifty copies,one year,cdcii 1 50 tar Itemittuncen may be made by Mail at our rink. 4.00 7.50 10.00 J 0.00 15.00 20.00 50.00 100.00 Uti I o# orAtlverl iniiitf: One vulture. !1 mouths $ '> - ' U • - " " . I year Ouo-foiirth col., 3 months.. " C " .. "" ' i 1 year.... One-half " 1 year t>iie column, 1 year. .1 Ten lines or less constitute a square. • Transient ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 2 April 1870

4' W '-lifH- -'S'l* . *4M - hi1 '•**«*•• •Vf*p' r t, : r.TWTWwr^ ' H4 « -r-r^ I • I tl'' <1- f i I LOCAL ITEMS. the United States would civilize, tran- quilize and enrich the Island. Tlianjij T .. „ . .. . l"To Wm. Weed for'Teiinessee papers. /> iiif '1 ■ ■ ' ' General B^yi^oltlr Passed through town yesterday morning on}his roturn from frontier in- spection. Wonder if "Waco has gotten to''be* the frontier.^ }The General in tam ing a few days for "a bit of a spree" Waited until Texas was restored and then could, , see ao use for frontier inspection,,^A11 right now, Indians, everything all right. r-, Theft. A1 colored individual was up bo- fore Justice Christopher on Thursday for taking a certain six-shooter that didn't belong to him, and he took it ratlier'privately, too. His name is fa- miliar to" this town, its Alie-Chancy. Abe is under a bond of $100 to appear at the next' term of the District Court (provided Judge Gl?nn comes) to See something more about the matter. April: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 2 April 1870

I iuc3m cc"uI)!iiins at «r wAS3 i2; A> ifi 'lie mm,iW 'itou ahe mi«> 1 t a a ti u ai gl in ta ot 8tj lw poi I , S«Ct sayi ted caug •ufli, its a. be ft for it •tulti there work he av lie wt knew recon J sumo, I indent l y« h Mm, to BELTON JOURNAL. Beinl-Weokly Edition. BOIL IT DOWN. Whatever yon have to say, my friend, Whether witty, or grave of gay, Condense as much as ever you can, And aay in the readiest way; And whether you write of rural affairs, Or particular things in town, Juat take a word of friendly ail vice- Boil it down. For if you go spluttering over a page, When a couple of lines would do, Your butter Is spread so much, you see, That tlie bread looks plainly thro'; 80 when you have a story to tell, And would like a little renown, To make quite sure of your wish, my friend, Boil it down. When writing an article for the press, Whether prose or verse, just try. To utter your thoughts in the fewest words, And let them lie crisp and dry; And when it is finished, and yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 9 April 1870

a \ * I ; r mnur *•?•***** ♦ . .v _ *.* r ■ sktjr^,:: ' • TT TT"lH Hk TA / •' ;piTJ;R jrajv -m '■••< '* tm J.'Sf /* ji . r VOL. IV. v BELTON, ,'.. %' £ ?j} > p i ■.'>,. BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1870. j .:.,■*•■'• ! I\.JV ' i. «'l lit 'I. • ■■> .CJ ;■ '■/' . ... • __ ■ "• '•■ '- A I '■ ■ ai N.iT n.hjT J'. . ■; I , '; ' ' , ■ iBPtoSIKfcei .■ -i •• ■ 11 . i i.v r W'M.ririt.t « V Published at Belton, Bell County, Texas, EVERT i "WediisifflBky <&' Saturday. J. H. Davenport, Proprietor• vH* Fox Term#, Advertising Ra te Agcgleee inside page. Lr -Wrf- Written lor the Journal.] "DELECTABLE EXCLAMA- TIONS." •'Oh, nan 1 wqwan!. gladly would iesed thee into my arms, as a hen gathereth her chickens under her -wings, but—but ye would not I" .^[Corsicana Observer. In his sanctum, lone and cheerless, Sits the driver of the quill— A champion of right, mose fearless— ^. writer of unbending will. That brow, oft stern—by thought con- • tracted— "~ "Wjepn now a look, bor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 9 April 1870

I rjRaaau^33i^«^*H3Ks«aa .«IIW ... Te,1.rteC r^ High 8*ool.«l ProfSfcuncB. ;!?wli! *>'#,h0 ^ ——- •• ---■• •'~ - - • ' •* - • . . ,■ iug cunncMc from Piof. Charles *. C5*I /j.H.i ^ A. K. i I I I I i I f •t tl « h h k; re ■u in M «lc ] J0< rea the jiul I u# wet *U bj II Frici U< Ha Bi 18th C« ■A pnl fi F n vertij Co. o snle. per th last Rt | nouxtxtt oitJii'j jt " " '" ' ' ' ■ Hxjv.i-AVklkly. Wt- Uojjs never to luiaa j% v ^l/SL , fill'] &Jl.'tU uat HATi:ill>M -awtij. y, SHTO. Prof Raines B ilatt^r- lug cirtiflctte from Piof. Charles Dti- vies, the author of mathematical works. J. M, *>AVETdPOliT,) ;fonunc-xt week. Its arrival mid de- - Editors, i U-uiion infixing it up prevented our,,- .. , . , , , ~ ■- ^4 r° lb0* wb0 w,sh P «w«larly to pay attention to that branch we say that no better opportunity is now offered in ur utmost T,rM I r t^/t,lWBC^ hw<jin ro. Ntfw lAtfvertisemfnt*. PHYSICIAN AltfD 61BGEOS,, DELTOID, TEXAS. ! Office at the Drug Clu.mberliu &, Co....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 9 April 1870

• Y«ik >o- 'V T s>', 'If u: h o ■ * [rrtfo lok'.j1 > 1.i'.k' * 4 |ccn< leaf.- Iffr f.V- ' an 4 RoflllA 1.thai |r liiil Joes, KM [lent'a bk of * llttCi pro- lie of I'.ions krt"t I I-i>> iiiij- 'O. 1 i j I VL ]>W a lilt. TC r- c* lie p 1 ; I * •r - f LOG'AU TTE M$ I S"ip0rtrnce trf™*VM)ed and Ilcnry • ■ 1 ' •' * • t OF previous to tlio-time of the nflfcty. Henry had borno'agCpU qharp.ctcr in ' 'T~ jr'T The Pfltido Cottrl v Monday) nod tyijounyd crfTucs^n^^tjif^ficy didjitayt^riig of importance tlw docket docs not chowiit. i ,. ? U.' jrfKOS ,fiVOCQ Bell ttonnty Scrip • >r:/r :<• !1 now'tSvoMh fotty-sik;Ari&;t!wa- thiril tints oh tWdollar, All who Hold scrip .on which" Una not been paid a pro ratpilflAi get'thct amonn&if they will cwUton the Treasurer.. J. l J' • o ; our community as an honest, industri- ous freedman. Katfon find Lard. A good supply constantly on hand and for sale cheap by Haymond & Brother. — f.y •n- (Bolng]Vprth "a large number o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 9 April 1870

JUUkflAL '*>• Belton Jovinia lr racreliautH it ] J.. Ci.uir.li I t < I i t f •t t) « h h k re •n in M <W ] Jot ren the pul I us mat' *11 bj II fi'icJ ai 8a Bt 19th Ci Apri Mt Fa a vertia Co. o; hie. w icr th i t Si BELTOU JOURNAL. HemJ-Weekly I&litlou. From tfee N. 0. Picayune. COMPENSATION. There't joy (or the heart in this meet- ing That more than repay* for the pant; Though the moments at best are but fleeting, They will bring us delight while they last. The days of his absence were lonely, But now that my daring is nigh, I've a kiss on iny lips for him only, And u welcoming smile in mine eye. My brow that was shrouded with sad- ness, . y The cheek that was wet with a tear, Ilenccforth shall be mantled with glad- ness, Unwingled with sorrow or fear. The love light that solily beams o'er us, And gladdens the heart with its ray, In the beautiful future before us -'Shall increase as years pass away. M. L. T. •■gl 1 , — -J embree (f- allen Haying placed their claims in o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 23 April 1870

V W?' ''W§f ^3, V i LOCAL ITEMS. Freata Drugs Af Miller, Ohamberlin & Co.'s, wholesale and retail. r Tbbnki. / Mr. J. T. Delaney has presented us with a bushel of meal of the most Splendid quality, ground on his mill two miles below the Sulphur Springs Jon the Salado. He has an elegant mill and informs tt# that a greater portion of the mechanism is his own. He cer- tainly kno\^ how to run it. Everything in trim to supply customers on demand. Bonne Bouehe Surprise Boxes at N. H. Bather's. Invest twenty-five cents and you get a nice box of candy and always some article of jewelry or other prize. Ye candy buyers, old or young, how can you resist. Maybe something valuable will fall to you; but the curiosity is, at least, worth 85 cents. New Goods At Denny's; all sorts, sizes, grades and qualities to suit everybody. Do you know Denny! Do you know Decherd! If you do not, you are be- hind the times in this country. They are just where they have always been and, we hope, where they will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Journal — 23 April 1870

g ' * r r -M * ;v ' r '*•- ' "J W* 0 : i,' t rr I . 1 i1 $ 'm H BELTON JOURNAL. CALVERT. CALTERT. HOUSTON. BELTON. PROFESSIONAL. Seini-WtH'klj- Edition*. STATE IMMK • By i" Hvate telegram of the 24th we learn Mat A. Scssums & Co., of Gal- veston have suspended payment. Cork will rise, and Bcasums is not the man to stay under. [Waco Examiner. The Ledger says Judge Davis ad- journed Court at Fairfield after trying a few criminal cases. * Dr. Milner was tried and acquitted for the killing of P. L. C. Davis. Also, Shadruck and Marion Swectman, brothers, had n difl- culty in which the latter shot and kill- ed the former. A lady in Galveston during the ab- sence oi her husband at night, shot u burglar attempting to enter her win dow. He escaped, but left blood upon the spot to show the nerve ot the wo- man. [News. The Calvert Enterprise says Mclver who killed policeman Ilearoe in Brypn has escaped from the military at Cal- vert. We are pleased to learn that the morals of Calvert ure s...

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