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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Democrat — 8 March 1861
. • 7 . ■ &k ,■ /. :- ===== ^ . -■ - give me liberty, or give me deatli!—patrick. hknrt. as JAMES W. WHITE, TERMS--f2 00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 1. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1861. — ' • i ncfckaL'i NUMBER 51. THE BELTOH DEIOHiT, 13 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOENIXG OFFICE IS WARREN'S BIII.DIXO—CP STAIRS. TERMS: JBB~2.00 A TEAR, IP PAID IN ADVAXCS, tar >.50 IF PAID WITHIN SIX MONTHS. |®l?Sd,00lKXOT PAID UNTILTIIK E5D0F TUB TEAR I f. TO CLUBS. Fire copies sent to one addres3... Ten ■' " '• " $8 03 15 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. BT TIIE WEEK. RATES PER SQb'AHE—TEN' LISK-i 3 & mi l « '81 7.1,8. |9 11 li I 12 141) No. of Squares. Ou Square,for one insertion, $1 00 " for every subsequent insertion, SO 7 00 10 00 18 0<> 25 00 35 00 50 00 six months. " '• one year, One fourth of n coluuiu, 6 month*, .• •* " K months, •• j,aif '• 6 month*, .< •> " 12 months, •' column, nix months, (changheJ uuce) SO 00 • " twelve mouths. " 00 A liberal discount will be ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Democrat — 8 March 1861
* ■ ,-Sj -TOW, T2 i s MARCH 8, The District Com _ m M*onday la t Judge Battle Frank L. Dennison, iey. There are but few attor- >. Pbyi , Agent fcr ii- tyMR. JO. E. ALLISON. No. I Street, New-Orleans, is our that city. We have i me* mtih such poor eoeceu In making e Elections of late, that we shall have to adopt the cash 8t8tm—particularly for Job Work and Ad- vertising. We find it anproStable to hare to earn our mocey twiee or three times, Low prices, but cash payments, will ienceforth be «" =P=m Editorial Republic of Austin, Martfh 5,1861. - j Mb. James W. White:—The Con- vention assembled on the 2nd inst.,— a twice rendered memorable day kt the annals of Texas—6rst by a Declar- ation of her Independence «i 1836; secondly by the resumption of all the powers she had delegated to the Gov- ernment of the United States, on the Becond day of March, 1861, from which day our beloved State stands redeemed, disenthralled and "cut loose'' from all connection with a Un- ion which haslbecom...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Democrat — 8 March 1861
Feb i montoo: fcbe settlD: olution was committee to condition of Pub! r* *•- structing a present Rhett before James Anderson, J. P., Nov. 27th, I860, of South CtroliD^^n^^m': half of Committee of which chairman, that a permenant constitu- tion would be reported on Wednes- day. Secresy was removed from the bill on postal sffairs, also the appoint- ments of Messrs. Henry T. Elliot, of Mississippi, as Postmaster General, and J. P. Benjamin, of Louisiana, as At- torney Genera!. The commissioners to Washington, are Messrs. R. B. Ro- man, of Louisiana, W. T. Crawford of Georgia, and Johp Forsyth, of Ala- bama. It is rumored that Mr. Maltorv of Florida, will be appointed Secreta- ry of the Navy. Moxtgombkt, Feb. 28.—An act passed, provid- ing that, until stamps can be obtained, the Post- master General may order the pre payment of money; also authorizing contract to ba made for steamers to convey the mails. A bill was passed that, in case a conflict with armi between the old and new govern...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Democrat — 8 March 1861
— psp rv. EHny .Law. sii'S® 1ng is the supplimental law regulating Xitrto" passed by the late Session of the Leg- Kftftire: Section 1. Ji- it e.uietcd hy the Legislature the State of Tern*, That no animal of i " tion, shall bs cstrayed, in ?ny county i wher j the mark ivid bmr.d of tli cord in said county; and P, every -person ijeforu eitray" Ine the record of ty in which n - lir brand tha*. is thi! same. ^ t ttrtng goUty of violating ir.sot pit ati, snail ts iw.'i in ailem 'J^ra! It* vnr mjii than oae wwiae-i befijrtwjy to " •> . > ilie skmsj, >i. . .1' . '■ laadb* fa force Thi a growing to appropriate the languages, and af- into our own; than from the Greek «Sg- 4 "natiw >cbm joiacuL W>6 uct mm |TN. W. BATTLE, Judge. FftisErL. Dnrawo*, District Attorney. • .- mm—mmrnm Session of the Legislators, the > ibis District was changed Bell, first Monday in Karch and Sept, Coryell, 8rd Monday after 1st Monday to Pt March and September, (did holds Hamilton, 4th Monday in S...