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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 31 October 1857

y ^ ■ /A l THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. The Laten «Maile. The Albany Argus states that one i * 4 f that<jity, i game at avrindlin I Habito of a Man of Hnslneas. C. B. Layton, of that city, is pursuing a deep game at awjndling. He lately senl to a Mr. Kirkland, of Alabama, a communication which that gentleman forwarded to the editor of the Argus. It is as follows "Mr J. Kirkland—If you would Hke to make money fast and easy, a chance is now offered you to do so «eldom to be met with. After spend- ing eight years of my life in experi- menting, I have discovered a method by which metals may be changed to appear so like gold, that scarcely one in a thousand would be likely to de- tect it from the genuine article. I am manufacturing it into dollar and twenty shilling pieces, which I sell at the rate of $50 per hundred.— They are so well executed that the, may be put into almost any banL with safety. If you would like to give them a trial, send me whatever amount of money you wish, and for e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 31 October 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. I d. steni:ken. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SI/oES, 4fe., Ac. nAS removed his pstablishmenf. toihe house iinrncdiaU'ly onuosito the St. CmrlcK Hotel, w her o h will keep constant- ly 011 han'I a full assortment of articles usu- ally found in an establishment ol' the kind, and will sell for cash at low prices to suit the limes. Hides, Pecans, Wool and country produce generally taken in exchange for goods at market prices. jy23tf. NOTICE. A LL Persons indebted to me by note or account, aro requested to pay up before the First of October next. If not paid by that time tliey will be placed in the hands of an offi- cer, irrespective of persons. ISAAC JALONICK. P. S. The cash must be paid in all ca=es for goods purchased from the 1st day of October next and onward. EopU'Jtf I. J. Waco Advertisements. v^o^UNION^FÍMAUTSCHOOL?~ THE First session of this Institution commenced on Monday, the 7 th instant, under the superintendence of Miss E R Straclian, in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 7 November 1857

h INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING8, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MAESCHALK SR., EDITOK. FRANCIS MAESCHALK JR., PUBLISHER. VOL. & Belton, Bell Comity, Texas, Saturday, November 7, 1857. NO. 38. % vf r THE WEEKLYINDEPEKDEKT IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY ▲. MARSCIIALK k SON. TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollabs and Fim Cents per annum, in advance ; hree dollars within six mouths, and tour dollars if not paid until the end of the year Adtcbtismiests will be inserted at the rate of ono dollar per square for thr first, 'and fifty cents for each subsequent intwrtion —eight lines (or less) constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. All communications, except such as tend to the advancement of the personal inter* esta of the writer, will be inserted gratis. No communication or advertisement of an abusive character will he inserted into our columns on an* tkbmb. N. B.—All advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publica tion, w il 1 b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 7 November 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. 1 A. MARSCHALK. Sr., Edito . V. MARSCHALK. J*., Publisheb- Belto.v, Texas, November 7, 1857 SATURDAY MORNING, prepayment of postage —To all those who pay in advance w<; will s"nfl the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. ¡nr Anything in the way of food or provender for man or beast, takenin exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to " The Independent." our agents. Mr. Charles C. Maigue, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to Holieit work and collect money fur the Independent. The following named gentlemen are our duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will be re- cognized by us: Waco—m I) herring. Georg'town—Dr. W I anderson. Galveston—david ayres. Indianola—thomas roork. Lavacm—Dr john fretwell. Segtiin—Dr jno m anderson. San Antonio—jessup m bbi.l. Austin—s b brush. LaGrange.—w g webb. Cora, Comnnc/ie Co.—t. frost. Lampasas Spgs—thos b huling. jFairfield—isaac clxne. Gatcsi'ille—D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 7 November 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. i] We return thanks to Major • Jdhn Marshall, of the Qazette, for a oopy of Gov. Pease's Message to the Legislature, and also for a copy of the "Extra," containing the proceed- ings relative to the organization of ■the Legislature. By the Extra, we learn, that 25 Senators, and 15 Representatives answered to their names on the cal- ling of the roll on Monday the 2d inst. Judge W. F. Weeks of San An- tonio was elected Reporter. The State Gazette was re-elected State Printer. The vote for Printer stood thus: Gazette, 84, Intelligen- cer, 6. We congratulate the Major, that notwithstanding the "powerful and in- fluential outside opposition, he has again been elected to the honorable and we hope lucrative post of State Printer. We copy from the Extra: The Senate was then organized by the election of the following offi- cers: Secretary—James F. Johnson. 1st Assistant—R. T. Brownrigg 2d " —Thos. P. Samford, Engrossing Clerk—Stephen Cum- mings. Engrolling Clerk—J. Pat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 7 November 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. D. STENEKEN. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES. 4-c., See. HAS removed his establishment to ine liouso immediately oiiposito tho St. Ciin-le. Hotel, where he will keep eoustaut- ly ou hand a full assortment of articles usu- ally found in au establishment ot the kind, and will sell foi cash at low priccs to suit the limes. Hides, Pecans, Woo! and country produce generally taken in exchange for goods at uiarkot priccs. jySUtf. NO TICE. A LL Persons indebted to me by notti or account; aro requested to pay up before the First of October «ext. If not puid by that time they will be placed in the hands of an o Sa- bor, irrespective of persons. * ISAAC JALONICK. P. S. The cash must be paid in all cases for goads purchased from tho 1st day of October next and onward. septl9tf I- J Waco Advertisements. vi Ico ÚnioÍTpemTle" school? The First session of this Ju.titution commenced on Monday, the 7th instant, under the superintendence of Miss E R Strachan, in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 14 November 1857

ri -iiíi \ INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING8, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK SR., EDITOR. FRANCIS MARSCHALK JR., PUBLISHER. VOL. 2. Belton, Bell Conntr, Texas, Saturday, November 14, 18Ó7. NO. 29. V X.: Till WEEKLY IXDEPESDBXf itS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY '"BY A. MARSCHALK St SON. 'TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollau ■and Fikty Cents ,>er annum, in advance ; hrer dollar within six mouths, and tour dollars if not paid until the end of the year Advertisements will be inserted at the Tate of one dollar pur square for th>- first, and tifty cents for cach subsequent insertion —eight lines (or less) constitute & square. A liberal discount will bfe made to those who ¡idvertise 'by the year. All communications, except such as tend to tho advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will be inserted gratis. No communication or advertisement of an abusive cliaractei will inserted into our -columns on any tebus. N. B.—All advertisements not marked with the length of time desired ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 14 November 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. A. MARSOHALK, 8 ., Editob. P. MARSOHALK, Jt., Publish**- ks:—-- —- — - - ■ 1 Bkltov, Texas, November 14, 1857 SATURDAY MORNING, PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in ad came we will send the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. £W Anything in the way of food or provender for man or beaut, taken in exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to " The Independent." "oíííTagénts. yip- Mr. Charles C. Maiguo, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for the Independent. The following named gentlemen are ouv duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will be re- cognized by us: Waco—M D Herring. Georgetown—Dr. W I Anderson. Galveston—David Ayres. Indituwla—Thomas Rooke. Lavacca—Dr John.Fretwell. Scguin—Dr Jno M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. ImG range—W g Weud. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Lampassas Spgs—Thos B Hclikg Fairfield—Isaac Clin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 14 November 1857

the weekly independent. 1 _ POSTSCRIPT. lndiattPlndians! Justas we were going to press our opinion, backed by* we have ir mi nv.t Jin nmiVtf lovtva numKara ia 4-Via♦ We bear that instead of an advan- tage to our citizens, the soldiers of these forts are a perfect nuisance.— yesterday afternoon, Mr. Thos. Wil- liamson of Coryell county, came in and gave us the following rather unpleasant items of newsr About the 10th of this month, Mr Taber, who lives some It mile^from Bel ton, on. the Noland, went up to •old man Storm's residence on Cow House creek, 85 miles above Belton, to build some chimneys—his wife ac- companying him. He had been only o day there, when his horses, which were staked but a short distance from the house, were missed. The rope of one was cut and the other untied. He followed them by the marks made by trailing the ropes on the ground for some 80 miles. At a house about 6 miles from Storm's he learned that 5 Comanches were seen to pass early in the morning with a cav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 14 November 1857

4S> THÉ WEEKLY INDEPENDENT D. STENEKEN. DUAL.mi IN Z>/iY GOODS, OKOCEHIES, BOOTS SHOES, 4fC., tec. I'stablibl 'A3 removed his iuhment toihe H houso immediately opposite tho St. C!iurli:a Hotel, where ho will keep const.-tiit- ly on han i a full assortment of articles usu- ally found in an establishment of the kind, ir <1 will sell for cash at low prices to ttuit the i ¡mus. Hide*, Pecans, Wool and country produce go:ie;ally taken in exchange for goods at market prices. jyQ3tf. NOTICE. ALL Persons indebted to me by note or account, are requested to jmy up betore tlio First of October nevt. Ii not paid by that time they will be placed iu the hands of an offi- cer, irrespective of persons. ISAAC JALONICK. P. S. The cash must be paid in ali cases for goods purchased from the 1st day of October next and onward. eejitl Jtf I. J. Waco Advertisements. "wACO UNIOx"fÍSíri3^CHüOLr~ rniIE Fit st session of this In titutiori X commenced on Monday, the 7th instant, under ti c superintend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 21 November 1857

s0' t ✓ -y ll I H IMHI MM' . I 'HIT INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. j-i- -■ .•."■¿.iU, -U4- ■•■S¿. .'/■t.S.V.-i i ; i' ■ *■ ' ANDREW MABSCHALK SR., EDITOR. V- -r—<— FRANCIS M£RSCHALK JH., PUBLISHER. Ij" I i"|.i'i . M .• t ■ ■ ■ ■ —' VOL. 3. THE WEEKLY H'DEPEKMKT' (6 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. MAR8CI1ALK * SON. TERMS —Subscription, Two Dol lab •nd Fimr Cents per anuum, in advancea threi' dollars within six months, and tour dollars if not paid until the end of the year Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of one dollar per square for tor first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion —eiehi lines (or less) constitute & square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. i A11 communications, except such as tend Belton, Bell County, Texas, Saturday, November 21, 1857. rSSr7 r , „ da to tho advancement of the personal inter- fidence reposed iu his B William Granby was what thej "Come, Mary," said young Single- girls of our v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 21 November 1857

V*' I I I'd • ■ \t;.. v.- THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. A. MARSCHALK. Sr.. Editor. F. MABSCHAliK, J ., Pvsushb . SATURDAY MORNING, Belton, Texas, November 21, 1857 PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in advance we will send the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. ' Anything in the way of food or provender for man or beast, taken in exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to "The Independent." OUR AGENTS. Mr. Charles C. Maigne, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for the Independent. Tho following named gentlefnen are our duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will be re- cognized by us; Waco—M D IIerbj.vo. Georg'town—Dr. W I Anderson*. Galveston—David Ayres. Indinnola—Thomas Rooke. Lauacca—Dr John Fretwem.. Seguin—Dr J so M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. Isi Grange—W G Webb. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Jjompassas Spgs—Thos B IIcmn'o. Fairfield—Isaac Cune. Galesrille—Dr O ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 21 November 1857

T H E WEEKLY I N D E P E ND E NT. ■ta Halloa •f Vana ui Texas iac. y s. / I We have received the full retains from si] the counties of the State, ex* cept three, as made up from the re- ports of Assessors and Collectors for the present year. To obtain this de- sirable informaton, up to the latest period, for insertion in our Almanac, has caused us much additional labor and expense; and, although the amount of matter already printed, has exceeded what we expend to give and filled the space we had allot- ted for it, yet these late county statis- tics, and other official reports show- ing the financial condition and im- provement of our State to the pres- sent are of too much interest to bo omitted from our Almanac, although they came rather too late, and will impose considerable additional ex- pense upon us. We shall append this valuable information to our Al- manac in the form ot a suppliment. This additional labor will probably delay the issue of the Almanac about ten days, which wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 21 November 1857

T H fc WHS'KIY IVBBFI ÜKBlNW. D. STENEKEN. DEALER IK DRY GOODS. GKOC1CRIES, BOOTS SHOES, 4-e., fc. HAS removed hi establishment to the house immediately opposite the St Onarles Hotel, where he will keep constant' ly ou hand a full assortment of articles usu- ally found in an establishment of the kind, and will sell for cash at low prices to suit the times. Hides, Pecans, Wool and country produce generally taken in exchange for good* at market price*. jy23tf. NOTICE. \LL Persons indebted to me by note or Account, are requested to pay tip before tiie First of October next. It not paid by that time they will be placed in the hands of an offi- cer, irrespective of persons. ISAAC JALONICK. P. S. The cash must be paid in all coses fir goads purchased from the 1st day of October next and onward. sept!9tf I. J. Waco Advertisements. w ac^umon^em^I^^chool! HMIE first session of this Institution X commenced on Monday, the 7 th instant, under the superintendence of Miss E R Strachan, in the hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 28 November 1857

N . * *> ! .Mar-. <*> «INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK Si, EDITOR. FRANCIS MARSCHALK JR., PUBLISHER. VOL. 2 THE WEEKLY ISDEPENÍIÍT Belton, Bell County, Texas, Saturday, November 28, 1857. m si. IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY" BY A. MARSCHALK & SON. by as though ho would annihilate him at oncc. Calm and serene the young doctor stood, and as the brute came up he adroitly raised his left TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollars elbow, and passed the huge, dirty SKSE'Sli h¡ rtoddor, and « the dollars if not paid until the end of the year same moment planted his own fist j Advebtisemexts will be inserted at the lEoruct't* Nest on the Bam. My undo was reading a paragraph iu the newspaper, the other day, to this effect; that a certain man found a large hornet's nest under the eaves of his barn and determined to de- tlw, ! stroy it. So ho took some matches, Advertisements will be inserted a® tl*© 4„ii ti„ t - _;íl _ i4i^«.! . . rate of one dollar per square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 28 November 1857

I EL i THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. A. MARNOIIALK, 8«., Entrón. F. MARSCflALK, Jr., Pcblisiiev SATURDAY MORNING, Beltov, Texas, N'ovembek 28, 1867 ^PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all tho so who pay in advance wo will 8'ittd the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. K3T Anything in the way of food or provender for man or beast, taken in exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to " The Independent." OUR AGENTS. Stiiír Mr. (Jijarles C. Maigne, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for the Independent. The following named gentlemen are our duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will be re- rognized by us: Waco—M D Herring. Gecrg'town—Dr. W I Anderson*. Galveston—David Ayres. Indianola—Thomas Rooke. Lavaren—Dr John Fretwell. Seguin—Dr J no M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. La Grange—W G Webr. Cora, Comanche. Co.—T. Frost. Lampassas 8pgs—Tnos B IIuling. Fairfield—Isaac Cline. Gulcsrille—Dr G W T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 28 November 1857

/ s THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. =Sf 1 | ; % I y OBHiiy.U POETRY. Written for the Weekly Independent To com. Ob. give me sonw strong liuman will, To lull this dream of woe ¡ It binds me with it i ron chain, And will not let me go. Ob, give me strength to curb this strife, And make in", spirit know My early days of happy life; * Of days long, long ago. But no j the dcad'ning we:glit is here, To recall the past and wreath-' The dreams of hallowed love and hope, I'll ever for thee breathe. They tell me that thou carest not For hymen's love or art; But all, I heed them not the while, They have not read thy heart. And oh, when sorrow's storm shall come; Por come I fear it will, "I will only bind this loving heart To thee more closely still. Aud now when many friends are near, Who wish thee perfect bliss; Not one, I know, is tnore sincere, Thau he who sends you this. Nov. 1857. BRUCE. Sour Grapes. Wo staled some time since that Major II. G. Williams was sent by the Patent Office, to investigat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 28 November 1857

*==■ m L Ir IE i >- | B I II > I / • r. * k ;-• $ - . I THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. D. 8TENEKEN. DEALER IN VIlY GOODS. GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES, tfe., «*e. HAS removed his establishment toilio house immediately opp«>sito thS St. 0:>ar]<*M Hotel, where ho will keep ponstnnt- Jy on ha I a lull assortment f>( articles usu- ally fo'ind in au CHtft'jiinhmer.t o,' th,j kind, a- il will se'l for cash at low prices ti suit the times. Hides, Pecans, Wool and coin.try prod nee generally taken in exchange fur good* at market picea. jy33tf. NOTICE. ALL Persons indebted to me by note or account, arc requested to pay up before the First of October nevt. If not paid by that timo tlicy will be placed in the hand* of an offi- cer, irrespective of persons, ISAAC JALONICK. P. S. The cash mu^t bo paid in all eases for goads purchased from the 1st day of October next and onward. septlOtf I. J. Wacto Advertisements. WACO UNION FEMALE SCHOOL?" milE First session of this In litution J. commence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 5 December 1857

">n T lift? «I («vi PEN DENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL tN NOTHING). reiil ?JJ3 ANDREW p-fffj/lu ¿ai* ■ • y*, EDITOR. FRANCIS MARSCHALK JR., PUBLISHER. .'i1*' -Wi- VOL. 2. Belton, Bell County, Texas, Saturday, December 5, 1857. • v i': i r*.t1 j M V A (iff I i ' A '.i TBE WEEKLY IlMit IS I*tJBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY' BY A. MARSCHALK fc SON. TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollars and Fifty Cests per annum, in advance three dollars -within six months, and four dollars if not paid until the end of the year Advertisements will be insérted at the rate of one dollar per square for tfir first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion —eight lines (or less) constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. , ; ' All communications, except sucli as tend to the advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will bo inserted gratis. No communication or advertisement of an abusive character will he inserted into our columns on ant teems. N. B.—All adve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 5 December 1857

I i § K 3¡ I if ; F • i i • t THE WEEKLY THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. A. MARSOHALK, Sa., Eoitob. F. MARSOHALK. Jn., Pcbliih " SATURDAY MORNING, Belton, Texas, December 5, 1867! PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in atloa.nct we will send the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. SST Anything in the way ef food o provender for man or beast, taken i exchange at market prices, for subscrip tion to "TheIndependent." OUR AGENTS. tST Mr. Charles C. Maigne, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to1 solicit work and collcct money for the Independent. Tho following named gentlemen are our duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will be re- cognized by ub: IVaco—M D IIerrixo. Georgetown—Dr. W I Anderson. Galveston—David Aykes. Indianola—Thomas Rooke. Lavacca—Dr John Fretwell. Seguin—Dr Jno M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. # Im Grange—W G Webb. " Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Lampassas Spgs—Tuos B Hulino. Fairfield,—Isaac Cune...

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