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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 April 1870

f • WEEKLY J O URNAL. DAVENPORT, Jj***o| i"io>tor. ] DEVOTED TO TOE INTEREST OF THE SECTION IX WHICH IT IS PUBLISHED. [ Terms : ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM- VOL. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1870. No. 17. THE BELTON JOURNAL ts rrnLisiiKD * Semi-Weekly and Weekly AT BELTON, TEXAS. IS?" The Semi-Weekly Jockxai. is issued every Wednesday and Saturday at 50 per annum in advance. The Weekly JornxAi. is issued every Saturday, at One Dollar per annum in advance. ltatcs of Advertising. semi-weekky. 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 veer *>ne Inch * 5.00 $10.00 I $15.00 Quarter Col'nin 15.00 20.00 | 35.00 llalf Column.. 25.00 40.00 1 75.00 One Column... 75.00 'J0.00 1 '25.00 wef.kj.y. . $ 4.00 I $ 7.00 $10.00 25.00 50.00 One Inch Quarter Col'irn 10.00 | 15.00 Half Column.. 15.00 1 25.00 One Column... 25.00 j 50.00 | 100.00 '-t/~ Liberal deductions made wl-en advertisements are inserted in both W.oeki.y and Semi-Weekly. Transient advertisements will be charged at the rate of $1 p.-r inch ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 April 1870

————————Wi BKLTON JOURNAL EDITIOTN'. STOCK LAW. _ In another column of this piper will found m artiel.—from or.r ccrres-^ cha^w.jwinrt the Central Pail- road. The flnet allegations are mef- fv'it-nev and ext> r;i<>n. The Houston A. K. BjUMET, - Editors. | tenet building. ; rul times before 1 - - - Bolton, TCtffi: "" MTIRVAY, APRIL 16, I870. poudent tear Salado on file subject of .l-lMepwig up-hnga Hi orrl-r t o ecoroniize Tilt subject has seve- bcen mentioned lo us *3Kd rec-oiumeneltsd- by different parlies. | It is really worthy of the serious con- j .-.ideration of every man in this coun- j try. Let them compare the value of '■ hog raiding with agricultur.il interest. • The only objection that could beurged .... , .... tr * against it is the sheep interest of the <«.'( « and ft bo l factor*, /irrcirmg. For- : ° 1 x varr.3 and Cetera! Mcr- i country. Bat then it is well known (Suntkitick Jimltlitfg,) ,\®. 2/ I that, unless the sheep are well handled, Sim mit, Utlmto a, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 April 1870

j i T ii'l we *jr ui n)' ^ 1> < LOCAL ITEMS. Frost. We h^(J a sharp frost last night, but think it "hardly severe enough to kill vegetation. Ularried. On the 1-th <11 y of April. J370, at the fesidence <>f !h ■ Tiride'a father. 1 v Itev. W. R. D. Stockton, Mr. TI. L. El- liott and Miss S. A. Pitriim, ])>'■ h of Hell county, Tesn^. On the 10th day of April, 1370. by Rev. W. R. j). Stoekton. Air. John ('lew ah<l M-JH Mrfisii J. Sawyer, b>ith of Bull countv. Tex;u Dic«l. J. W. Carpenter, Jr., of pneumonia, at his residence, four miles northeast of Belton. on the l'tth day of April. 1370. He was a highly respected citi- zen of this county for a number of years. Wor-liy of Commendation. Th.r.- is one man,*a freedtnan, a yoke of oxen and a raw-hide in this town, which we wish to recommend to anybody who wishes to h ive a good <1 iy's wtr'f d n*\ We refi'r to '!)•• in- neral per day for the past month, and .at present there is but littte ibatement of sickness. Ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 April 1870

L&C'AL ITEMS.! ZOZ*. Xaddrnl Minstrels, Aa crgani7otion recently gotten ip in Calvert ha.' ly.cn on exhibition here f>r two nights, whether they lisvc xn tde it pay. we do not know. Ptnonal, We leciered a h:;sty call from our fri«nd A. I). Cooper, of Milam county on fat unlay last. WC hope when Best he visits our place to sec more of him. Henry Scherfllus, Pic Sic. A vtry pleasant little frolic among the young and gay of BeKon, come off just shove town, at the Palmetto Spring*, yesterday evening. Such re- creations are very refreshing, even unto as old an individual as ourselves. The weather is fine and to you young folks who can afford it, vsv say, go it while yon are young. Cotton Crop of 1 We are anxious to ascertain the exact amount, as near as possible, of cotton raised in our county last year, and rcspcctfully ask all those who gin- ned cotton last year to give us the number of bales packcd by them. We shall send a copy of this p'.per to each on-.* who is not already a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 April 1870

\ 1 il =BELTON WEEKLY JOURNAL. «T. II- DAVENPORT, Ei-ojjrictor. ] DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF THE SECTION IN WHICH IT IS PUBLISHED. [ Tornw s ON E DOLLAK PElt ANIW'M. t VOIi. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1870. the JOURNAL . is published Swni-Weehly and Weekly AT BELTON, TEXAS. J5F~The Skjii-Wekkia- Jocrnal is issued every Wednesday and Saturday at $2 50 per annum in advance. / EST" T1 c W ebkijr Jo tun a l is issued every Saturday, at One Dollar per annum ibi*iKance.1 * Iintm of* Advertising;. SEMI-WEEKKY. 3 mos. 0 mos. 1 vear. One Inch.. . ,. $ 5.00 $10.00 I $15.00 Quarter Column 15.00 20.00 | 35.00 Half Column.. 25.00 40.00 I 75.00 One Column... 75.00 90.00 | 125.00 WEEKLY. 3 mos. C mos. 1 vear One Ineli $ 4.00 ! $ 7.00 $10.00 Quarter CoTrrn tO.OO | 15.00 25.00 Half Column.. 15.00 1 25.00 50.00 One Column... 25.00 | 50.00 100.00 Lihcraljdcductipns made when advertisements are inserted in l>otli Wkkki.y and Semi-Weekly. Transient advertisements will Ik- cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 April 1870

f UiifMMMM BKLTON JOURNAL W KKliLV j. u. ntYE.\roRT. | A. K. KUIffiV, llclloii, JVxuk: "IVnPP' %1'KII. A3, IW#. Get. *. .njuiu. M- rc. r™rr- U4if«U«*. 1 ... .,J}'iu*haclic Geo-dfl/AtfioPtt & Veal, A late t. legnuu informs u<. (Ii.-.t 1 CIVIL CJOVKR\ttK\T RE- tlie disabilities of Judge Sabin have j S'l OKLl). OTllTTn„ . 'K" n reB,oveJ- Ju,'S" Sal'inli:,s *m" | Gcwi«l IJe^.KlTaft,T quoting..- S W rllO>. j tnforeheUl office, and trc would like j admitting Texas in the Union i< very much to know how it can lie that lie did so I>efore his disabilities were ( removed. If lie did nut take the test ! oatli, were his official acts loyal : If | he took the test oath, wc would lie I compelled to ask the same question. j l>tit not from the same deductions, lie j has acted District Judge, ami wc sttp- : pose from the procedure that the Su STATli ITKMS. Editor*. r / . snesthc following order.: I II. By virtue of the above act o( j Congress the Statu of Tcta& irsitnufc her p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 April 1870

m i «iuj, LOCAL ITEMS. l'ropessi«\al bkltox belto x bllto.n, r i i }h«xj Lr. ! fTemperanec at Salado. Rr..^oni| lectured at Salado on ; Srinday night and organized a Council < f otw 2u0 members. Verily the<jood work goes bravelf •dn.' ■ - -1 '■ "i - - Just Bee.cived. fil c. benuy lias received a iiig lcj of doors, sashes, blinds, and various and «undlry: article* in the furniture and dry goods jipe. ' numbers of the LfglKlalnre Are, passing our town in nuinliers; ofoiltihadea. grades, colors. and equipages re^ivflefe'df previous condition. thlih^eatter The weather has been decidedly unplttl<m fatf-otffavorablc for crops tj«rl&nri\lh—cooliilgUls anddisa- ' greeAfs wii(ils^but whopc for afew more roims which will not ftul to "set u9 up." ••our sutmn'er is long enough in this country to make too crops. Keep dig- '<r*j. ttttt! i-.'t*.' * i* - r JitaJlory will please accept our thanks for an elegant mieroscope-of immensdc fcfwct. 'tke doctor is at his post and "can show y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 April 1870

ISECTON JOURNAL WEEKLY EDITION. lie Virginia campaigns teduis arrival at (Jhar- owmm at fliartattf, !f. e. A great multitude, among whom were many1 Confeder- ate and some Federal soldiers who served agaiust Gen. Lee in ibe await lotte, K. 0., a few days ago. One of the Federal soldiers was heajrd to remark that be nfe/erteWre hwahed tfee Gen-' eral's. arrival with so much pleasure. As .the train ap- proached a band struck up "Hailto the Chief." When the General appeared on the plat- form, an old Confederate sol- dier exefaltnad! '"Yes, that's hiift, God bless him!" and then arose the most spontane- onfrshotrtsefTer beard in those parts, ffo took off bis bat and bowed, and then passed on;acompaaied by hisdaghter Miss, Agnes, across the plat- form to thft Augusta train, the - crovdi iwib; uncovered heads giving way and forming a passage fpr tbem. The Char- lotte Observer says: When they got in the coach theg pass over the i-ood tendered by the Presi- dent Col. Wm. Johnson. A waitet of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 30 April 1870

Wm m THE tb« ■mh can XK ■4 i J- J, Q. DAVENPORT, Proprietor. ] DEVOTED TO TIIE INTEREST OF THE SECTION IX WHICH IT IS PUBLISHED. t Terms: ONE OOLLAli PER ANNUM. VOL. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1870. No. 19. ' w THK BELTON JOURNAL 19 publisnf.d Weil-Weekly and Weekly AT BELTON, TEXAS. tW~The Semi-Weekly Journal is issued every Wednesday and Saturday at 50 per annum in advance. The wkekly Journal is issued every Saturday, at One Dollar per 'annum in advance. Unten of Advert ising. 8e.mi-weekky. ♦ - 3 nios. 6 mos. One Inch $ 5.00 Quarter Col'mn 15.00 Half Column.. 25.00 One Column.. . 75.00 $10.00 20.00 40.00 90.00 1 vcar. $15.00 35.00 75.00 125.00 1 year $10.00 25.00 50.00 100.00 weekly. 3 mos. 6 mos. e Inch $ 4.00 I $ 7.00 iirter Col'ir n 10.00 | 15.00 v oluinn.. 15.00 1 25.00 Column... 25.00 I 50.00 Liberal deductions made when vertisements arc inserted in both kekly and Semi-Weeki,*. Transient advertisements will charged at the rate of $1 per inch the the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 30 April 1870

BELTON JOURNAL. WEEKLY i:DITIO>". THL IXGSMiiTiBG. ' V e h-i>e ti o iUciii. who | , had been a little "lengthy"—a little i Our position docs not justify us in I "highf lutln" and not sufficiently | tendering advicc to the Legislature, ' 3 3. H. BAVtXPOUT,) \ Editors. A. K. B.VSSEV, WqUoii, Texas: S ITJ^KD-VV, APRIL 30, 1STO. rw H. J. Cbamberlin is our agent at De Villa, and is authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the Jotgu^u*. .. Sp'oW&S'.Vlm Dr. M. J. Sooit, of Lampasas, is ft?«it for this piper, authorized to re- ceive and receipt fcr duos. fSf George W. Lyell is our agent at Moffettowu, and is authorized to re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions to the Journal. Qto. F. Alford, UahentoH. yr. G. Veal. fTaiahachie j which is to convene at Austin in a few 1 days; but we will express our opinion, j in aigenenil way. of how it ought to ; act.—[Houston Times. I We cannot see it that way. If the | Legislature is not composed ol the | same political material o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 30 April 1870

ilb Co, age. York, talves- twtf of C«.1 iah- mi- scn- ntly r rry 3. •F •t. rior St. I first boo- |PU- ES 4- I ♦ I LOCAL ITEMS. rrPhrt Saturday's Semi-Weekly.] The Rivers Are gradually falling and we hope not to miss another mail. iiuUv Overboard. ; Oeh! Judge was it cool ? We didn't miss th t same fall much bat a fnw min- utes before your misfortune. It suggests to us, very seriously, the propriety of building a bridge. * . No Dispatches. Jf we furnish oar subscribers with late dispatches we will have to manufac- ture them ourselves. Not being, accord- ing to our way of thinking, very heavy on imaginations we will draw only slightly, and simply ask indulgence un- til the mlU arrives. Female College. It is highly gratifying to know that our Female Academy and Masonic Hall will cehainly be built without delay. The Committee appointed to canvass for funcfe succceded admirably, consid- ering that the waters have been up and but few of the country people hive been solicite^o subscribe. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 30 April 1870

i ) .i h BELTON JOURNAL. WEEKLY EDITION. HISCELUXEOCS. ONE DOLLAR. The Independent Farmer. Let tht sailor sing of tlie windy deep, Let soldier* praise their armor. Bat in my hemrt this toast will keep— The Independent Farmer. When first the rose, in robe of green, Unfolds the crimson lining, Aid Wfen^tii cottage porch is seen The honeysuckle twining; When banks of gloom their sweetness yield Td pisei tfiit gather honey. Be drives the team across the field, 'Where sides arc soft and sonny. The blackbird chncks behind the plow. The quail pipes-loud and clear, The orchard hides behind its bough The home be loves so dear; The gray and old barn doors unfold Bia ample •tore of measure. Here rich than heaps of hoarded gold, A precious'blessed treasure; While yonder in the porch there stands Bis wife, the lovely charmer. The sweetest ro«e on all his land*— The Independent Farmer. To him the spring comes dancingly, Tblifm the summer blushes. The autumn smiles with mellow ray, Hi« sleep old w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1870

fh" idgL'ias v h ••ifiiri'3 VT JOURNAL. i tli J. H. DAVENPOllT, Pi-oprietor. ] DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OP THE SECTION IX WHICH IT IS PUBLISHED. VOL. IV. B )N, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1870. EDUCATIONAL <<OVEBNOR<S MESSAGE HOG LAW AGAIN. Synopsis THE LEGISLATURE [Tonus: ONE DOLLAlt PER ANNUM. No. 20. 18 lTBLISIIED *e i«Weekly and Weekly ' * v AT BELTON, TEXAS. t^The Sf.mi-^eeki.t Journal is issued *ery Wednesday and Saturday at $*3 50 per annum in advance. fW~ The Weeklt Journal is issued ewry Saturday, at One Dollar per inhum iu advance. llaUMof Adr^rtteiiy, semi-week kt-. *7. r T fio * 8 mos. 6 mo . On* Inch $ 5.00 $10-00 Quarter Cwl'mn 15.00 20.00 Half Column.. 25.00 40.00 One Column... 75.00 90.00 1 vear. $15.00 35,00 75.00 125.00 WEEKLY. 0 mos. $ 7.00 15.00 25.00 50.00 1 vcar $10.00 25.00 50.00 100.00 3 mos. One Inch ...*..$ 4.00 auarter Col'ir n 10.00 alf Column.. 15.00 One C^uinn,.. 25.00 Liberal deuUC!3°ns made when advertisements are inserted in both wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1870

m- -V*c i j btLTON JOURNAL. WEEKLY KOTTIOX. iT.H? XvrxTORT^y A. K. BASSET, 1 Helton, Texas: SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1870. Editor*. &r II. J. Chamberlin is oar ager.t St De YilH.Bod is authorise<1 to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the ap'JSw&swtm Dr, M. J. "eott, of L-itnpafas, is aspeM for fins psper. authorized to re- ceive jiwfi- reccipt frr dues. fcfe'- George W. Lytll is our agent at Jfoffettowu, and is authorized to re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions to the Jocru?. Cel. F. Jtford, I ir.G.Jeal. Oalmton. | TTasahatlir Geo. F. Alford & Veal. Citton and IToiol Factor?, Jier tiring, For- learHing and General Commifiun Mer- chant*. (South urick Ttvildidg,) Xo. 27 Strand, Cafr&lov, Ttra*. Rpeeint Attention gircn to the tiale of Bidet and Country Prod net, and filling of Order* f >r Slirchandtte. W Buy n« Cotton and >rV no Gcods angll'69 3-30-ly ISFAMOIS SLA\DEB. The Austin Journal, in its issue of May lit, contains an article headed "Desperadoes in B'l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1870

m&b v / LOCAL ITEMS. * " [From "Wednesday's Semi-Weekly.] The Late Freshet. ■' regret to learn that Bey. James Ferguson s mill was considerably dam- aged by the late freshet, but is again in running order and grinding as usual. The Weather. Wc have had remarkably fine weather since the late rains, and the gardens are flourishing and crops growing beautiful- ly, in consequence. 3. P. Read the advertisement of J. T5. B. Snpple, Justice of the Peace. The Squire is now installed and ready to do justice to all who may be so fortunate or unfor- tunate as to come before him. Much Required. We need a Corporation exceedingly bad. We will have it before long, and must now begin to think about who will do to fill the offices. Let us get a good, reliable set of officers and stand promptly to them in time of need, and we will guarantee a nice, quiet time in future. "Put Out the Light." One of ourtownsmcn informs ns that a partv of rowdies stopped at his gate, on Patrrday night last, and, s^e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 May 1870

: mm r The Spirit Army. bt dixreb. 1 jet* to nightjin array in |pay . , - - That's marching down in story, And over it sports a spirit flag With its waving stars of glory. They are marching on with muffled tread And a hush that's deep and holy— We'll raise our hats as the heroes pass. Arfd bow to the star-cross lowly. We no more hear the stirring fife, Xo bugle note, no drumming; Xo more we hear the wild halloo, To tell us Jackson's earning.' We bear no more from Stonewall's men The rebel yell of rally. Whose spirit-echoes linger still In Shenandoah Valley. They are marching on with anxious look, As if for some one wishing; As if they felt, though Jackson's there, Yet Robert Lee is missing. They seem, as winding on they mote— Arms in reversed position; A bi mer draped—an escort grand At the funeral of a nation. They are marching on, a martyred band, Adown the aisles of glory. Anil o'er them sports that spirit flag, Telling a nation's story. Clippings. An old Bachelor's Night-mare—A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 14 May 1870

■AS/ V c <V /<£_ # niiwmji 0. H- DAVENPORT, Proprietor. ] DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF THE SECTION IX WHICH IT IS PUBLISHED. VOL. IV. 41-tM bAf> f- BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1870. [ Tcivm : OXE DOLE.Vlt PEK ANNUM. No. 21. BELTON T JOURNAL 9 is PrBLISIIKD Semi-Weekly and Weekly AT BELTON, TEXAS. . The Sf-ui-Wef.ki.y Jottonai. is issued every Wednesday anil Saturday at $2 50 per annum in advance. YW The W ekki.y Jours ai. is issued 'every Saturday, at One Dollar per annum in advance. Rates of Advertising. bemi-weekkt. 3 mos. C mos. 1 roar One Inch $ 5.00 $10.00 $15.00 (Quarter Col'wn 15.00 20.00 35.00 Half Column.. 25.00 40.00 75.00 'One Column... 75.0t) flO.OO 125.00 . weeki.y. 3 mos. 6 mris: i vear One Inch. $ 6.00 $10.00 $15.00 Quarter Col'ir n 15.00 25.00 40.00 Half Column.. 25.00 40.00 75.00 One Column... T5.00 100.00 150.00 Liberal deductions made wben advertisements are inserted in both Wxeki.y and Semi-Weeki.t. Transient advertisements will be charge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 14 May 1870

w BELTo.N Jol'K.NAL ■9* Editor*. weekly Eornoiv. ■*. B. DAT EXPORT^ A. K. BAX6CY, ) Ucltoii, Texas: SATIRUAV. MA* 11, IS7®. RT II. J. ChamlH'rlin w our agent at De\ ii.'a. &ml is authorized to receive THE UKLTji.V SLASHER. The State Journal «ats we arc raving THE PEOl'LE S KVKXV. [From the State Journal.] „ A BOKDLR C«\TEXTIO\. It win he seen that the Fresuiflat ofj obout it, glanderous report, of Belton. | I ^SSL^^SSS^S: rind say6 its informants arc mcnilws j Stat«j Board of CoDimi&*i6nei8 for the . TCttlIontlilIt.Ii met at IjAmpn* of the Legislature net! men of veracity. ! People's Party of J oaishina. These up- . as, Texas, April 25, 1870. ... , , - . " I nointments arc announced elsewhere.; " e "3" l)ro> ocation eno1igh ° r-n e: ! Tliev include well known gf utiemeu of j Thirteen delegates were ascertained to but if those members arc men of ve- j jrreat intelligence and high standing in j be present from different counties repre- racitv then there is not a truthful ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 14 May 1870

ftp l° Irk, >th Mis, (fee |b«r IWT linf land It of l'TT Ir-Ter If a lr«r- :S*r r>isb- trT lor if cat. >ad I Ho - i "rk St l.ird. pm. >"ES OlCAL ITEMS, W. B. Blair has opened a beef market in the basement store of the new building attached to the vmiin islied rock house. -•? [Fmm Wednesday's Semi-Weekly.] A Qttferjr. W acre's the hoy, bat three feet high, "Who has made improvement more' Than—the little boys and girls who l>elong to the BeltcTh Band of IIopc ? A Compliment. The Calvert Enterprise pays a well- merited compliment to Miss Eugenia Haldeman, late of Belton, for her rare musical attainments, as recently ex- hibited at a concert in Calvert, given for the benefit of the Episcopal Church at that place. Crop Prospect*. Our farmers are all exceedingly cheerful about the prospects for this year. Many have called on us in the past few days and assure us that they are determined to be master of the ■"weeds" and let the corn and cotton work its own way. The cotton is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 14 May 1870

m Kj Nca and Land. *T MM. E. EBUUIAX SMITH. At midnight. near her lowly bed, * * A widowed mother knelt to pray 'Oh. IIwenlT Father, guide," she said, "My darling on bis oce-in 'way ; Far from my loving watch and care lie wanden now on waters wild : But Thon, dear Lord, art everywhere— Thou canst protect my orphan child. From gathering storms and rising gale. From hidden perils of the sea, .From whatsoever illsasaail. Oh ! save and bring him back to me." When Dr. Goodman* arose to go I there were tears on the mother'* cheeks j and a firm resolve in the father'* eve*. j "Two years hare past, and little Belle i is playing in the meadow with a twtty 1 group of children, searching for the four-leaved clover. See, she has found t it; the l>eacon of good fortune. j her bright eyes flash, as she wares her . trophy above her head. She know* i but little of French, and has forgotten , how to analyre a flower: but she can tell you the woikint boefro«ii the dmne; j the red bird's and the *W...

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