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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 15 April 1884

ATE.W PAINTS AND OILS, ■at jinHi. .fitfK PPF¥ Bom COfcOaHKv pmmsm&mA , $£.50 Pe* Year ' P. L. DENISON, Proprietor "Peace On Earth—Good TXO APKIL 15, 1884. BELTOK, BELL CO VOL. 3. BÜGILÍY& leCÜLLOÜGfl FIMKirS COLUMN. * lMIHHiUW It is (dated that a negro with a roo- doo reputation indnced a craduluous farmer, near Svedesboro, N. J., to pay him ISO if he would reveal where untold wealth could be foond on his farm. The result ww thai the farm has been plow- ed deeper than it ever was before from one end to the other, yet the special treason has not been (bond. The form- er had the negro arrested on the charge of false pretences, whereas he ought to hare given him an extra prise—for peo- ple who live near him say the subsoil plowing the former has «ven his premi- ses under the n groe's directions is worth ten times the money invested. Pity a good many formen eooldnt tie o go ana do likewise. SenalM* Southern Talk. We'll waocr a big Northern Spy apple or Florida orange that Mr. J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 15 April 1884

\ i: k Jtwm I* the «trie fire *3222. "<flE *T FUWR, WAPLE SYRUP, PRUMBS CU >A¥. APRIL 15TH, 1884 ■■ I* -J. #9SBi' IH0ÜFCEHEVT5, « Ilumínate fur tiñufioe thereby del d political naanipulatosB, who to the IMPORTANT T EARLY ROSE SEED POTATOES, AT E W.COREY'S awr Oj^- ns** *jwk and iiyist attractive of Boots and Shoes wi& commesee oil Friday, the 28th inst., when we will display- the finest and rtment of Ladies' an&Gcatlcjnens' foot wear for spring and Sumtner fse. • '£Wg is the most important Shoe sale w.q 1}$$© yti made, and we feel sure that onr patroitíf~wTH be more* than usually pleased regarding quality and pri«eg, . " We invite all whojiave not yet totted with- iw to eall and examine onr goods. Wimswrc. yon it is no trouble, but on the contrary a pleasure for ns ta show onr stock and qnote yoiuiriees that are a terror to our co petitors. -The stock comprises Ladies niedium fine shoos high and low cat. Slippers in all the Latest styles, both blttok and Laci.vg, Gents...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 15 April 1884

m r 'V \ GENUINE MEW YORK EARLY ROSE SEED POTATOES, MILLET SEED, OIWW SETS, OAT MEAL, AHD ROYAL BAKIHC POWDER. AT E.W. |toirter mm Ifner. AltHI KO LY, APRIL 15TH 1881 - Tú • • <*** * • DRUGS, medicines paints, Y oils, etc. eley 4 m'culloufih, McWhirter's Comer, HELTON, TEXAS. \ GOME ALONG! J. (J, tiATTE Invites one and all to call and look through his mam- moth stock of Furniture, Carpets, Wall - Paper, Queensware, Glassware and Willow and Wooden- ware. He is determined not to be undersold. Mi Ladies!! Mm R B. Banknigfat wishes to inform the public that she is re ceiving her Spring stock of Jfilli«eiy_ gooüg, Ttotioiify Fancy'Goods etc. Every- thing is new and fresh and «elected from first hands, embrac- ing all the very latest styles. Come early and see the nicest assortment of goods in my lino evcrhronght to this market MM R. B. BAUKNIGHT CHEAP STORE! A new arrival of Spring millin- ery goods at Its. tal fitter's, on Main street, Railroad corner, below Capt. Batik's furniture *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 15 April 1884

' IP® F®— C"'r f • t a r® ' * '■ "-*■ •■'" -'i I E«- i-?'* I f Wr ' \ ^ t m. :■ [ «L yon, and he «ill, no doobt attempt to takeyowUftv- "If be doeni't make any better us gets it than I have done, will find that his / ■•" going i of he ill re- to the ISTROSPKCTIVE PHILOSOPHY. ff*G Ow Anions me implore yon—" and I hope that yon will not think that throwing away kind warnings, but I do not care to turn bock." "Why, sir, he has sworn that he will cut off your ears," said the preacher, ex- citedly. "A médi tateo kindoev, probably, for heno doubt thinks that witli shorter earn I would look less like au as■." As Lacas drew near the log where Sad- ler sat, surrounded by a party of admir- ¡^friendo, the desperate man arose-and «What made yon whip my fcoyi* "Because he refused to obey me." "Who are you that folks hafter mind what you say?" "I am the teacher of a school. When a scholar refuses to obey me I enforce obedience." IH enforce you,d—n youi lb' body." sure that may seem your ends." ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 19 March 1889

m _-Bi V / . La* "^NaC JOB WORK OF ALL XIHDS DOBTE A) THE REPORTER OFFICE And Satisfaction in all Jespects Guaranteed. THE BELTON i REPORTER. 'PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD Í/LL TOWARD MEN." DENISON & CO., Proprietors.. BELTON, BELL CO., TEXAS, WEDNBSDAY, MARCH 19, 1890. VOL. IX.--NO. 11. If BAT MET Has been opeted up in the old John Henry building, southwest cor- ner squaie, where FRESNEST AND BEST BEEF, SAUSA6E, &C, can be had at all times. Give me a call and I will guarantee satisfaction A. PUDDY, PROPT. CM. (SUCCESSOR TO CAMPBELL BROS..) DEALER IN shutslss, sash, books, blinds, &c. Corner Railroad and Penelope Sts., Belton, Texas. Bel ton Office, Tamil's Grocery Honse. Temple Office, Willlg' Drugstore. J. C. COLLINS. J SAN \ GABRIEL-.-1- NURSERY GEORGETOWN, TEIAS. JONAS M. SHELL, Pioprietor. Always buy Trees grown just as near home as possible. We sell nothing bnt the Best Varieties, which have been tested and found profitable to our locality. Also agent for all kinds of Ceme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 19 March 1889

THE BEPORTER. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PB. 7EAB OFFICE OX THE AVEXUE. AT THE r. O. AÉ IXCOXB CLAM MATTBB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1890 ^ ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are aathorized to announce Mr. \V. W. Bailey as a candidate for the office of City Marsha), at the en- suing April election. We are aathorized to announce Maj. A M. Hanna as a candidate for re-election to the office of City Treas- urer at the ensuing April electiou. We are hereby authorized to an nounce Mr. J. R. Layne as a candi- date for Tax Assessor of Bell County at tho Nov. election. We are authorized to announce the name of Mr. H. D. Patterson as a candidate for Tax Assessor of Bell county. We are authorized to announce Mr. A H, Davis as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor of Bell county at the Nov. election. We are authorized to announce Mr. S. A Sparks as a candidate for re- election to the office of Sheriff of Boll county "ron WASHINGTON LETTER, our recolar CofT£epon«unt. W ashing Toy, March. 13, 1890. Senator Reagan uttered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 19 March 1889

!'\ KTBW OOODS! é-1 a >; . ON FRIDAY MORNING WK AVILL COMMENCE OUR SPECIAL SALE OF LACES f EMBROIDERIES AND WILL CONTINUE ONE WEEK. Why You should Trade with THE RACKET STORE. 1st.—Prices cheap as a lottery, "ind.—Embroideries and Laces elegant as a singing girl. 3rd.—Glassware clear as crvstal. •/ 4th.—Window Shades pretty as a baby. 5th.—Customers treated as politely as by the rival steam- ship companies. Oth.—Articles as plentiful as in a museum, 7th.—Parcels done up with as much care as that bestowed on her husband by a loving wife. %! O 8th.—Because WE SELL FOR SPOT CASH. SEE THE BELOW PRICES ON A FEW OF OUR GOODS: Agate Buttons 5c. per gross Pearl Buttons 2 1-2 c. per dozen, up Pms 3 papers for 5c Needles 4 papers for 5c fujj an4*our prions lowest, HairPins 40 for 2 1-2 c, Dross Steels per bunch, 8 1-4 c Hooks and Eyes, large 3 1-2 c. per dozen Bonnet Pins 5c. per dozen 1 Imported novelties in Dress Robes, all the new shades in Mohairs, Henriettas and Challies, beautiful Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 19 March 1889

s T^E DANDELION CLOCK. iW i Md see «• laky wings. *>*m7. tiny seeds, like living things, Go floating f*r away Tbej go, but whither do they go Cpoa tike summer wind? I speed them forth, yet little know Where they their rest shall And. Cnseeo by rae, these wandering seeds. The careless breese may blow To some trim garden, where as weeds They may take root and grow. • • • • • lech word, each careless word we say, IsHke these walis of air; Bf others' tongues retold, It may Be borne, we know not where. It ours be words of evil kind, Wmy, like these harmful seeds, M*T, rooting In some thoughtless mind, i to eril deeds Thea heedful shook! we be that so, From every word of ours, UjU where it will, may only grow Trae grain of gracious flower* -Montreal Star. PATSY. They *11 called him Patsy, Uncle MfchaM, Aunt Marsaret, the boys in y body. Hi y. tie may have trick, after the rno- saint when he t the abbreviation he was to every- er and mother died the street, every! been christened'1 ther...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 28 August 1889

lisRW JOB WORK OF AIL raM DOM AT THE REPORTER OFFICII}, And Satisfaction in all Respects Guaranteed. á REPORTER DENTSON" ¿d CO., Proprietors. "peace on eabth, good will toward men." Office on the Avenue. voL.vm BELTON, BELL CO., TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28,1889. NO. 35. The Reporter. EVENT VEDIE8DAT SUBSCRIPTION BATES: One copy, one year $1.50 One copy, six months 75 C. M. CAMPBELL, (SUCCESSOR TO CAMPBELL BROS..) DEALER IN SHINBLES, SASH, DOORS, BLOTS, Sc. Corner Railroad and Penelope Sts., Bel ton, Texas. N.B. —We order twice every week, fresh from the packery, íípmeet of the world renowned WhiUakerHftop, Broakfest Boneless Sbontders, and lard in buckets and tieroes. AH of which we sell under a guarantee. Also carry in stock a flour pronounced by those that use it the acme of perfection. Our Orange Grove Syrup has no equal in the market for beauty and taste. Come and be convinced. BOWMAN, THOMSON & HALL 1889. 187a TTTg.T-m^TT! & (SUCCESSORS TO JESSE W. PIERCE'S,) FIRE INSUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 28 August 1889

*st f 1 t % * TH&fiEPOBTEB, orncz on thje ayixue. IP. *.iii WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28,1889. CALLED TO A BETTER LAID. BB RESTS FROM HIS LABOBS. Death of Bar. B. M. Shelton, Pastor in Charge of the Methodist Church at thia Place. There is a tree of eternal life be- yond the dark river of death and be- neath its shades rests the immortal spirit of Bobt. M. Shelton. His toils and troubles and griefs and pains and sorrows are at an end He is new engaged in garnering the de licions fruits of a consistent, devoted, religions lile. The joys of an Eter- nal borne are his and bis forever. For the first time in the history of Belton, so far as we know, death has invaded one of oar pulpits and laid his icy fingen upon one of our be- loved pastors. On last Thursday af- l at 4:5, after a comparatively i painful attack of con- V, Bev. B. M. Shelton, preacher in charge of the Methodist church at this station, breathed his last,—peacefully, quietly, as a sleep- ing babe, crossed over the "dar* waters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 28 August 1889

M. J. WOODS IS "THE PLACE." REMEMBER [EE OF FALL BAm White Lawn Cut in Hal£ White Lawn, worth 81-3 cts, now marked 5 cts. White India Lawn, worth 10 cts, now marked 8 1-3 cts. White India Lawn, worth 15 cts, now marked 10 cts. White India Lawn, worth 17 1-2 cts, now marked 12 1-2 cts. White Victoria Lawn, worth 25 cts, now marked 15 cts. White Bulgarian Lawn, worth 30 cts, now marked 20 cts. i Fine Figured Lawns, worth 10 cts, now marked 5 cts. Fine Figured Lawns, worth 12 1-2 cts, no^ marked 8 1-3 cts. Fine White Bed Quilts, from 6$cts-t<r$íMfÓ. A Bargain—Fine French Sate< rns. only 25 cts. Fine American Sateens, 12 1-2 its, worth 20 cts. Fine Crepe Leine Dress Goods, \ V^th 25 cts, now only 121-2 Fine White Dress Swiss Ffañit>íng cheaper than you can expect. ^ Fine White Cross Barr, from, 5 "Its per yard up to 20. A charming bargain in Ladies I tderwear. The Best Corset in Belton for ó ats. Fine Table Oilcloth only 25 cts | Fine Silk Ribbons the cheapest in town. NEW GOOD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 28 August 1889

ORACIEt ARMY. Ofiíri SSC S8I-S8W. t.daorhter of Bag. of the New YoAWLoeg ... railroad in this town, has a kqffiHilr which would ha • «mall fortuné te a wall wwnlatwl dinfa mo- aanm. Ihara aro Orna member* of the family—a dog, a eat and a bantam ro Qatar. The name of the dog is Ca- leb, that of the cat is Kate and that of the rooater ¡a Topknot When the trio are on dreaa parade there are a of Jo .Oaleb in a'aort of Joseph's Kate in a train dreaa of blue and I and aolferino and Topknot in his dreas of black and bronze, highly polished, with a miniature swora strapped to his right shoulder, make a fine Array. Topknot is the command er and alwavs leads the procession. Miss Gracie, nowerer, gives the word of command between musical strains upon a harmonica. The orders are given with great firmness and they are immediately obeyed. The hyper- critical say that the army obeys her actions rather than her words, since she always faces the platoon and walks backward, heaping step to the t cade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 27 July 1892

Three Cars Gildden Gal- vanized , BARBED WIRE In Mock at a cut rate of /night. Now is the time to buy. LUDLOW & SMITH VOLUME XL "PKACK ON KAKTH, MO WILL TOVAKD MEN." BELTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,1892. NUMBER 30. We are the Acknowledged Leaders in DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES, ARTISTS' MATERIAL, ETC, R.H. Hefley ft Co;, The Druggists. ia-kieg glajdjw&iaf Soar Hfltire on hand and to arrive this Summer Four Car- loads of the Celebrated ORCH ARircmWA60i This wagon has given universal satisfaction. Not a sin- gle one out of three carloads that I have sold has ever come back on roe. Remember, the wheels to this wagon are soaked in hot linseed oil for 48 hours before they are painted. They ha ve the thickest tire of any wagon made and the deepest fel- Joe, Hub is made of black birch. There are no nails or bolts to hold the tin s on with, as the timber and tires are of the best material and need nothing of that kind. Have also in stock a car of Juk OF and Carts of different Styles, F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 27 July 1892

-..-P^v'%1 -- ?3* z**?r'-.f KÜ THE BELTOH REPORTER. &*« - f. L. Dinison-Frank l. Dbnison, ■oitom mo mnmroM. at the Poeto dice st Bel ton as Seeond- ! OF PUBLICATION r of the Nigro building. East side i on the Avenue and Square. , 11. A YEAR; 175 FOB SIX -PAYABLE in ADVANCE. BKLTON, TEXAS. JULY 27, 1892. POR. GOVEBXOK) JAMES S. HOGG. POR COJfGHESSi 8IVIBTH DISTRICT. GEO. C. PENDLETON. MW STANDARD BEARERS. The democratic party of Bell county Mniasted for state representatives 8. V. Strange and Spencer Young. On laat Saturday the third party of Bell A. J. Chaffin and J. M. As sober,'upright, moral and eoaaeientlous citizens, it would have been a difficult matter for either party to hare made a better choice. So far aa the qualities named are concerned ■either party has the advantage of the Politically we agree with the of the democratic party on all tlM/Battonal issues that today eon- people i of the third ay issues the two par- are *r 1il"> and sympathy, while on many others th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 27 July 1892

wm '?*- A . sr'm- m ^ RELIABLE BR' m •H'; THE RACKET STORE. READ! READ! Just Received. WE HAVE ON HAND A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OP Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Flour, Rice and Molasses, AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! Yours anxious to please, i. É. Terrell is recovering- (rom Mr. J. J. Recio and little eon got in laet night from Cotula. We are norry to learn that Miss Lil- llaTatum is still quite ill. Miss Mattle Jackson, of Waco, is the Sneet of Miss Dora Austin. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Geo. Wolston's little hoy is again sick. Capt. C. F. Carter, o! Dallas, is the guert of his brother. J. W. Carter. Miss Sallie Bnsh left Thursday to spend a week with Bartlett friends. Miss Nora Long returned home Fri- day, from a visit to friends at Waco. Judge J. M. Furman and daughter, MtoMary, left yesterday for Galves- Prof. Lawrence, of Prof. Wede- meyer's high school, is reported quite Mrs. Lizzie Turaage, of LaGrange, the aunt of Rev. W. R. Chalk, is his guest. Mr. W. L. Newman, of Tuxpan, Mex. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Reporter — 27 July 1892

PEYTON & 5* mim . " . • • f Have an Immense Stock of Gin and Mill Supplies! Rubber and tiandy and Leather Belting, \ i N< PIPE AND BRASS FITTINGS- SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES™WE WILL SAYE YOU MONEY. If^ -•■PEYTON & CO.,- - AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. Southeast Corner Square, BELTON, TEXÁ \f ' ■ £ The Best Wagon on earth. Each and every wagon has a 3 years gl - ' -s Í . f Snteeon it. If wanting a wagon it will pay you well to examine it. - Lightest Draft and Strongest Wagon Made. PEYTON & 00. HARDWARE, i; ] - * i 3 « : I Stoves, Farm Implements & 6- •*\ PINKERTON AGENCY. THE BROTHERS EXPLAIN HOW !T IS MANAGED. ■Illtia at Homestead Tanclit Their r Place—Police Officers in the P.r- MM of Oifat, Sheriffs Placed Through- out the Borough. Washington, July 23.—The Pinker- loo brothers were given an opportunity to explain and defend the working of their system by the special committee of the house committee on judiciary, which has been engaged in an investi- gation of the labor tro...

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