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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Review — 28 July 1876
' * ' * • V . * # 4 ■■ •■;•. ■ ■ ■■• v'x • • ' wa ML. M . - ... ,-'•; - ■ A DREAM. filTBRs Cheek, July 24, 1870. Mr. Editor: As I wandered through tho wilder ness of this world, one dark cloudy night not long since, I happened upon a place where was a den, and 1 laid me down in that place to sleep ; and as I slept I dreamed a dream. 1 dreamed, and behold 1 saw a man like unto the giants of old, to-wit, CO feet in height and thirty feet In circumference, standing amidst the four points of Capitol Hill, in the famous city of Austin, and his face was toward his own home. And in his.leit hand he held a great book, and in his right hand a Post—yea, a Tost one hundred feet high. And I looked again, and behold that immense structure that once stood amid the four points of the public square, had gone hence, and the place which knew it once would know it no moro forever—and in its plaoe wa3 the Post. And as 1 slept and dreamed, methoughb 1 heard a great voice, like unto the voico of many thu...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Review — 28 July 1876
.m n TV51 For Praaidsnt, 9. TILDXW, ew York- President, For lUipresentative—Fourth Congressional ftOOBB Q. KILLS, Subject to the Bryan Convention. Ilcau. %tw thanks ara due Senator Austin papen. take great pleasure in that on tfae 23d instant, Of Bepresentativee a( Aim . the Dog Bill to engrossment pass the bill m bridge tax Governor's reto, naja. km of the road The Dobba «Old mine, near ¿arietta, 1876, orer the Georgia, is said to be yielding fcand- i—13 yeas, 68 «omely. - á?i?- V. ¿W-* ■J' mi ■ 'ii?- •V: 1tf It would seem from the aetion of the Donate on the 26th instant, that tiiO resolution fixing the 31st as the Aajr Of adjournment, has been «feseind* ed, and ao other day fixed, M^. Gen. Sherman says be is nqt in fa* or of exterminating the Indians, and Us sensitive soal wants rolieffrou the Imputation. It seems to -us the General is rather unneoessarily exer- cised about it.' He once'not only ftvorad, but superintended, a work fit mora diabolieal than the utter tfuihlltftion e...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Review — 28 July 1876
mwm* •k'S-.-ll ¡fin ml " IÉ9É1 Bsapt^ iSfc^ .:. Í* " N ,*. '.; ^SE' MB -J 8M \?m & Co. 'HON BATIffl. >•«••••••••■••• jueyes*.,...£. tiz month* iss In wrappers.. ••*1 FOR OONOSESS. VT* sjre authorised to announce thai . , Hon. B06ER Q. MILLS !« a candidate for ^nomination to Congrew by the Fourth .. Congressional Democratic Convention. ' Jati¡fcr.. When first assailed by Cupid f Laboring iu love-rhymes to excel. The best of prose seems stupid. m CITY AN COUWTY AFFAIRS. t Contribution on Local ¡Subjects are tolieit- *d firtm our reader* in all pari* of county, the. Utile Elm Grange N*. 181* Jnly 27, 1876. BXtortReview: The abore named Grange is situated on Little Elm creek, six miles north of Harrisville, Bell county. It is com posed of per* ever in a people, whose attentions are','turned to raising corn wheat, oats, hogs, Ac. Our farmers have attained to 1 proper orisis to disoern the grand dif- fer enoe between scientific and m>soien tifie farming. They have ascertained th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Review — 28 July 1876
pSsltx- — .:•*•$* ifdaSi Si VSS • *o a rtw will of the of Republic*, * '11 otei tbe separation ■■_ ¿Q ttiiko of idom.in theedaslity ' law* of their own rty of individual luraptyary lawl, in of the riling gener- • may preserve, enjoy and beat conditionsof human ' hope. We behold the •f a hundred year of iry, but while upholding of our union and great charter ifShoowe* a free id that «toma! vigi- SSS&SSSS s^SnS&SJfiA ° which after inflicting uj tpacity of carpet-bag tyrannies, r itMd ihe offices oftho Federal tself with iaea pactar, waste fraud i infected State* and munici- the oofctagiqa of misrule faat the prosperity of at - a T . • ?'• J*tbe ?ÜSJr4.?'.hí'd time* j reform 1* necessary to establish a Bound currency, restore the public cradit «ad maintain the national honor. unoo the fallar# for all these : years to make good the promise of tender notes, whieh are changing ndard of value In-the hands or , and the non-payment of which „ rd of the pledgatflaith of the > we de...