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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 5 December 1857

i h* okorm robber m, i recently in Ci none of «od in a cloak One night to, a man muf- stand «►«-. i ing ar- tne new States of our Union are fill ing up more rapidly, with an indus- trious, enterprising - and desirable population than our sister State, Tex- as. The great body of emigrants to that State are pretty well provided with this World's goods, and, unlike . the bulk of those which are f up the North-western States, p ed to begin life again on thefruitfiil soil of the 'Lone Star' State with all the advantages of long experience in agricultural pursuits. The emigra- tion to TexaB the present season ap* pears to be larger than in any pre- vious year, and the emigrants are of a class the most'valuable in build- ing up a wealthy State. Every steamship leaving New Orleans for Galveston, is crowded with passen- gers either going to settle at once or to see the country aud select a loca- tion for their future home. The day is not far distant when Texas will be one of the wealthiest, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 5 December 1857

SÉÉ MB II i t f i / I THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT- ¡pe D. STiilíEKbV DUAL hit 1N DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES, fe-, to. HAS removed his establishment to the h'nise immediately opposite the St. Citarles Hotel, where ho will keep constant- ly on hand a full assort merit of articles usu- «ly found in no estn^'ishroent of the kind, anil will sell for cash at low prices to «nit the times. Hides, Pecans, Wool and country produce generally taken in exchange for goods at market price*. jyQ.'Uf. notice. A LL Persons indobted to mc by note or account, Are requested to pay up before the iii*t of October next. If not paid .by- 'hat t:me they will be placed in the hands ol an offi- cer, irrespective of persons. ISAAC. JALOXICK. P. S. The ctisli must bo paid in all eases for gomia purchased from tlio 1 Kt day of October next and onward. scptl9tf L J* Waco Advertisements. WACO UNION J-'EMALE SCHOOL rpilE First session of this In-litution x commenced on Monday, the 7th instant, under the superinten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 12 December 1857

' ■ . I.' ' 'INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING 8, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK Sk, EDITOR. < c'v .v.. FRANCIS MARSCHALK JIL, PUBLISHER. ■ ah- m VOL. 3. THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT ■IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAT BY A. MARSCHALK & SON. TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollars and Firrr Cents per'annum, in advance r three dollars within six months, and i'our dollars if not paid until the end of the yea Advertisements Trill be inserted at tW rate of one dollar per square for thr first, and(fifty cents for cach 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 such as tend to the advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will bo inserted gratis. Ño communication or advertisement of an abusive character will inserted into our 'Columns on any terms. N. B.—All advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publica t.ion, will bo inserted till forbid, and charged a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 12 December 1857

il i i If! i ; J' • THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, A. MAR'OHALK, Sr., Editor. F. MAItSCHALK, J*., PuaLisnsp SATURDAY MORNING, Bku-on, Texas Decemder 12. 1867. PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE •—To all those who p"y in advance uro w 11 b^nd the Indepun*dent FREE OF POSTAGE. g&r AnyMng in the way of food or provender for man or beast, taken in exchange at market pi icos, for subscrip- tion Ut " The Independent." OUR AGENTS. Mr. Charlo C. Maigne, nt the House of Tyson, Bradley k Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for the Independent. The following named gentlemen arc our duly authorized agents, and their receipts for money will bo re- cognized by us: Waco—M D Herring. Georgetown—Dr. W I Anderson*. Galveston—David Ayres. Indianola—Thomas Rook t:. Lavaeca—Dr John Fretwkll. ft eg ni n—Dr Jno M Andekson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S 11 Brush. LnGrange.—W G Weiib. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Jyimpassas Sjigs—Thos B III'ling. FairficM—Is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 12 December 1857

TH.É L Y INDEPENDENT. Rioted mm. . C:- Mr Phlloioptay. Bright things can nevátdie, E'en though they fade— - Beauty and minstrelsy Deathless were made; What tho' the summer day Passes at eve away; Doth not tho moon's soft ray", Silence the night? Bright things can never die, Saith my philosophy, Phoebus, though he pass l>y, Loaves us the light. Kind words can never die, Cherished and blest; God knows how deep they lie Stored in tKc breast, Like childhood's simple rhymes, Soid o'er a thousand times, Aye, in all years and climes, Distant and near. Kind words can never die, Saith my philosophy— Deep in the soul they lie, God knows how <j$ur. Childhood can never die— Wrecks of the past Float on the memory E'en to the last; Many a happy thing— Many a dasied spring Flows on time's ceaseless wing, Far, far away. Chidlhood can never die, Saith my philosophy— Wrecks of our infancy Live on for aye. Sweet fancies never die, They leave behind Some fair legacy Stored in the mind— Some happy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 12 December 1857

y i *flr ■va THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. D. STEENEKEN. DKALliR IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS SHOES, /(C., e¡t. HAS removed his cstubli ¡nnc!.t toihe house immediately opposite the St. C.iurles Hotel, where he v.ill keep con lant- Jy on lian I ft full nsfortmc.it cf anieles usu- iillv found in mi establishment of the kind, ;i- <i will ell for cash at low prices to suit the limes. Hides, (Yeans, Wool and country prodt'.ce peneriilly taken In «'xchango for giiod* at market prices. " jv-'Hf. NOTICE. A LL l'crsons indebted to mo by note or account, are requested to pay up before tlio First of October nest. It not paid by that (¡rae they will be j laced in the hands of an ofli- ■ccr, irrespective of person?. ISAAC JALONICK. P. P. The cuí!i must be paid in all ca«os for ¡^on^s purchased from tlie^st day of October nest and onward. septlOtf I. J. Waco Advertisements. WACO UNION FEMALE SCHOOL?"" IpflE First session of this In titution j. commenced on Monday, the 7tli i nstant, under ll.o sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 19 December 1857

r 5 í,' t ' i. . ■ " i INDEPENDENT 1*1 ALL T MI N Q 8t NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, iw; inn fir^vfy1 i.vrr ANDREW MARSCHALK Sr., EDITOR. FRANCIS MARSCHALK JR., PUBLISHER. —— -3& VOL. 2. Belton, Bell Cennty, Texas, Saturday, December 19, 1857. M. 34. =a THE WEEKLY IXDBPEXDBXT. (6 PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY A. MARSCHALK fc SON. Natloual Productions. Nations are characterised not more It length the hunter, having re- solved to dfelay no longer, cocked his rifce—the'tick' reached the acute | ear of his opponent, who instantly, hy their people than by their other sprung behind a tree; the hunter d inferior productions. Here are . J M. example, they «ere now! f>>° ">«' °°>M° '«Poeto , thre'dollars within six months, and tour fairly opposed each covered by a offered by several countries: China tw , from behi«d which he endear! has tea, porcelainandlongiailedman. rate of one dollar per square for thr firs*, ored to get a shot at his adversary darins; Germany, clocks tran&cen- -e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 19 December 1857

■St. #- % fc IhT ' ' . i !■ * m THE WEEK L Y I N f) D £ N T. JA. .. ■j?" . t' + *• c I ► . *'• If* ■' • J. fcü? /T S* '-r £•! * i t\iv v.sru jj :v,r; r i iiw i. lit i.iii «.)•>««. '? «11 A. .VlA.W CIIAMC, Sa., KitiTOft. F. MAKSCrfAnK., Je., PtBUb.iEii SATURDAY M >RNIN'G, BíLTOV, TüXAH, Deccmoer 19. It 51,t0 6ta:c that {t iB ft mi8take' thathe «1=r=r-.- - —-- — was from t!io first, and now is warm- PREPAYMENT OF POáTA-rE, Jy j favor of it, and has used his —To all thogo who ]r>y in w/vunre vr-■ v " Mr. It'Uiar:—As sumo have rep- know-nothing that would more cer- resented thai Hon. A. J. Evans was t&inly and in equal degree contrito- opposed to Bell county being a por- uto to the material growth and pros- tion of the new or 19th Judicial i perity of our town. District. I am requested by him Pivlalon of Texan. It is a subject of regret that the division of Texas into two or more lis nd the IkdepÍudent FREE u'fl'°st e2ertions to attain that end, .States, should find an advo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 19 December 1857

THE LTíINDEPE N DJB Sf'ff. Í_ EXECUTORS NOTICE. ETTERS Testamentary upoa the J estate of William 0. Sparks, WOMAN'S AGE. Tía said that women ne'er grow old; At least will not confesa it. This adage is not always just. My age—but can you guess it? «T ■'>*- My birthday is today—a score And some odd years I've told. Scan well my face, my Uair, my eves, Say—am I young or old? Some count the yearsof pleasure past And measure age by those: Some numbe^Tiniv pain and strife, And life's all nameless woes. dee'd. having been granted to the undersigned, by the Probate Court of Bell county at its November term last. All persons having claims against the estate will present the Bftmo within the time prescribed by law. ■ JANE SPARKS, 4ecl9:2:33:6t. Execctbu. ESTKAY3. The State of Texas—County of Bell: WAKEN up by Ft C Halley and es- * irayed before E Walker, J P., on ihe 7ih day of Cfl 1867, a blnek mare 14 hands high 4 yrs old no marks or brand* h bay mure about 14£ hands l.igh 4 yrs old bran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 19 December 1857

íte weekly in j) n dent. £t-.2N:: t> t... < ■ r DRY OOODC: >'"•'' SHIES, ¿[S. HA3 rutfl'vid Ins vf ali.rip)ime:it to:he' It olote irons: diat.-ly r^p-vlto tho Sc. C- s.ic L'o.o!, where ha will k ep ronstaut. ¡v mi Uatu n full ¡insorMie it ot anieles u3u .ir.s, boo*,s1 ■*> vwvmvk DHXJGtOZST dto GEORGETOWN\ TEXAS. to tsisíwárasí^ffc riniiH nnstium-,. and for sinnlvino- Families Waco Mull mot /es on same days, aud.d#- I .1 • «P 1 rious nnstium , and for s-ipplying Famiie. witb Reliable pwneatic fcmediwi have parts at ^nw thnes. V57ILL keep constantly o4hand a well selected supply of Drugs, Med sant to Eastlandri Co., some of their val- _ m'slis Mail •IT'v®*®n j aü? •" * ,!,,« nils. Paints. ai*HW*re. *««.1.1... n... IL. uabe ccmpouuds, via. Fridays, and depart. Wednesdays wd Sat- attentive Mraual I, fully repay Aa it is believed, •f the fx ">wing will all clauta of read Ctlies, . Oils, Paints, Glassware, Varnishes, aVv io'i'.r in x p PBii^-'i-dime .t ot tit'kind, | Patent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 January 1858

n i § I ■ IP* • * , , ■ -r- INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL fN NOTHING. ■-■rn 1 ' t'"- MARSCHALK Sb., EDITOR. Helton, Bell THE WEEKLraDEPENDENT. PUBLISHED EVERT 8ATÜRDAT A. MARSCHALK fc SOIf. & sl Coutr, Texas, Saturday, January 16, FRANCIS MARSCHALK . H" 7w Y , . 'V :KI, t ~ ~ • ZTf ' TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollak* knd Firrr Cents per annum, in advanee r three dollars within six months and tour 'dollars if not pgjjg until the end of the year. ADVEBTUKMEitn will be inserted at the Vate of one dollar per square for thr first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion —eight lilies (or less) constitute a square. ▲ 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- eats of the writer, will be inserted gratis. No communication or advertisement of an abusive character «¡U tv* inserted into our columns on any terms. N. B.—All advertisement. not marked with the length of time desir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 January 1858

* % I THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. 1 ■! ? I " 1 THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, A. MARSCHALK, Sm„ Edito*. F. MARSCHALK, Jr., Publish** rje.r. vrsr? SATURDAY MORNING, Bilton, Texas, January, 16, ,1868 PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE To all those who pay in advance we will si'nd the Indkps¥dent 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, " J0* Mr. Charles C. Maigne, at the House of Tyson, Bradley tc Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for the Independent. The following named gentlemen are our duly authorised agents, and their receipts for money will bo re- cognized by us: Waco—M D Herring. Georg'town—Dr. W I Anderson. Galveston—David Ayres. Indianola—Thomas Rooke. Lavacca—Dr John Fretwéll. Seguin—Dr Jko M Anderson. San Antonio—Jesscp M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. La Grange—W G Webb. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Lampassas Spgs—Thos B Hulinq. Fairfield—Isa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 January 1858

THE WBBKLY I N D EPEND ENT. m fixotWtnKNB:—At the solicita- tion of many friends, some time sinco I became a candidate for the office of Chief Ji^tiCe of Bell Coun- ty, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of the Hon. ¿no. N. Houston. Not being ablé to see you all before the election, I have deemed it proper to state to you, how, and why, I am running for the .offico. > The Legislature have for years given us all our taxes. 'Hiere have been many fines paid into the Coun- ty Treasury. Many hundreds, and perhaps thousands of dollars of money arising from the sale of es- trays have also been paid into the Treasury. The object of the Legis- lature in relinquishing our taxes to us, was to enable us to build a Court House; and tho' years have passed, yet we have no Court House completed, or even started. No public exhibit of the State of the County Treasury, has ever been made, and no account of what has been done with the county money. Yet our county scrip has depreciated to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 January 1858

- f I . * I F ) 'f 1 J. ! THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT., STEENEIvEN. dealer IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, B00T8, i BHOES, t;c., #e. | rAS removed his tstr.blishmont to the; isfe n® v & house immediately opposite tho St-j \%7ILL keep constantly oa hand a troll selected supply of Drug , Med ill keep consumí- ¡ TV c¡neSt oils, Paints, Glassware, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Botanic and Patent Medicines, Books, Stationary, «fee. Also, pure Liquor* for Medicinal joses. H . Citarle* Hotel, whore bo will keep con a; ant ly 011 hand a full assort mer.t of articles usu ellv found in mi <stablinlinie.it ol the kind and will sell for casi at low prices to suit the times. Hides, Pccr.ns, Wool and country pro'H ce generally taken in cxchangc for «oodn at marvel prices. jy'J.'itf. "resumed. THE ondcr-iancd informs the citi- ccns of Bell and the surrounding counties, thnt he lias resumed the BLACK9M1TH1NU BUSINESS on his oWr account. His shop is on Waier street; one door east of the Ban'e*y, " " ~~ '* GEORG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 January 1858

«C W nouau EN ¡D E * NfUTlRAMIN' Twines* —*lrj*al Keoluj. ■ftlB g 11 im lo ¡F> vi fa-tiujf id V>|4u'J 4i tl 1,. tjDjjl—uj9Íifíi 'üjmUM unrV/, imíwbhP EDITOR. t Hi vs/wU ,T91*8011 ÍMsj ¿etoclF? smog * ¿K • • wiimI .ill s .0 ,.0¿í ,^111 p* oJT UÜ* I WOATaOl lO nlf :fcatalJ\A ui Ul ñ lo Ktn xui The wtr-horpe which was led he- hind tho hearse at the YYorth funeral! sand fir w\v.^v& w ^ odé.gsoitt ltd u't'- PUULT3BED EVERT SATURDAY V BY A¡ MARSCHALK fc SOW. IMS.—Subscription, Two ,1)ouas« ktt Cixts per annum, in mánanee ! dolían within six months, and' lour i if not paid until the end ef the year. tTiacKufTs will be inserted at the f one dollar per square for thr first, y rents for each subsequentinsprtion ; lines (or less) constitute a aqnare. ll discoitht will be made to those «rtise by the y fear;" muni cations, except such as tend vahcement of the personal inter- he writer, will he inserted gratis, nunication or advertisement of an character -vill h* inserted into our on ix...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 January 1858

f -TT-mrn I* den tj THE kW EEK I f > T THE WEEKLY l\DEPE«T. A. M4RSCHALK, S*., Epiiom. F. MÁltSCflALK, J*., Pu«Li^«f• SATURDAY MORNING, =Fr=l Belton, Texas, January, 23, 1868 PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in advance .we will send the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. jar Anything in the way of food or provender for ipan or beast, taken m exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to "TheIndependent." ~ qukTagents. íQr Mr. Charles C. Maigne, at the Houho of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, ia 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 bo re- cognized by us: WaeÓ—il D Herring. Georgetown—Dr. W I Anderson. Galveston—David Ayres. Iwliam4a—Thomas Rooke. Lavacca—Dr John Fuktwem- Seguin—Dr Jno M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. JmGrange—W G Webb. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Lampassas Spgs—Thos B Hcling. Fairfield—Isaac Cune...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 January 1858

TUB AV.EiEíK IT tfNIDEFEN D ENT. Or TBI Sklüct CojoatTK in Relation to I KM AN DlHUnATIONS. ,} CouutTTB Room, January 13th, 1588. kloH. F. R. Lubbock, President of the Senate. The Select Committee to whom was referred a resolution to take into con- sideration recent tndian depreda- tions, and to enquire ihto the effi- ciency of the policy pursued by the Federal Government towards the Indians, and the protection of our frontier, have had the same under Consideration, and on examination of the subject, beg leave to make the following report: The Government of the United States thro' her agents, has collected and settled a few small tribes, natu- rally better disposed, on the Brazos ri- ver, below í*t Belknap where they are somewhat advancing in civilization, but they do not number more than 4 or 500 warriqrs. By far the lar- gest number of Indians that have been accustomed to roam on out- borders, are not friendly disposed, although at a place some 40 miles above the lower reserve men...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 January 1858

sm THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. lj j í¡ lj ^ i! ! I a if I, b j p. st,:enehi:n. tjkam'H I\* DRY COOP'. CROCEKIES, BOOTS, SII¿ >1]S, ^-c,, i^e. HAS rouuvod hi-, establishment to:lie h.iii' o imm< dint, ly opposito thu St- Ciarles Hotel, where h" will keep "onstMli- ly on linii'i ¡i full a.-«oilmen < f articles usn nliv fo".n ' in nn CFfnb'i'linu'r.t of the kind a "id -vf, 1 soli toy cash nt low prices t > suit the times. II <!• ', Poems, V'eol nndcountry produce pem-ally taken in exchange f<ir poods at market price?. jv23tf. resumed? Til j"'i".der-«:r:¡od informs (lie cH:-jC\ 7. ef T. !1 and iho si.rro tndiiigjf j! ri until p, tli -t h« lms resumed the o ' JJLACKSMlTBlNi; BUSINESS cn hir owr nccounl. His pbop is on Wa'cr sin el, onedour enst of tin- liuVcy. He will work ¿vin fur cash n-fi!Uoiv>: Horses shod nil round, for - £1 íí'I '• " s i,t!" rhoo i 40 Itii ">y or 2-hor.,u wa«"o.i wtiet liov:> <i r.o or . - - 3 CO Ctn "jri lb. in tli" st.iiie proportion. •i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 13 February 1858

• * v1 • • . • i i ■ * « v • •■ • 7vn YOL. 2. w "BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 13,1858. NO. 41, THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT 18 PUBLISHED BVEllY 8ATURDAY '■ >, BY A. MARSCHALK ft SON. ■ TKRM8. —Snbacription, Two Bollaki and Fwtt Ckjits per annum, in advance ' three dollars within six months, and (oar dollars if not paid until the end of the year. Adtortisimknts will be inserted at the rate'ofoné dollar per square for thr first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion ~eignt lined (or less) constitute á 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 ant tebhs. N. B.—All advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publica tion, will be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. * • Job Woax executed toord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 13 February 1858

•'. : f-f- ••• n-'V f' - ■ V " 9 TMWÍtSllf INDEPEMEM. A. MAHSOHALK, Sr., Editor. 7. MARSCHALK, Jr., Publish*. SATURDAY MORNING, * ■ ■ — Belton, Texas, February, 13, 18<8. PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in advance we will tend the Independent FtiEE 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 AGE N TS . WSf Mr. Charles C. Maigne, at the House of Tyson, Bradley & Co., Houston, is our authorized agent to solicit work and collect money for tho Independent. The following named gentlemen are ot.1 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: Indianola—Thomas Rooke. Lauaeca—Dr John Fretwem.. Seguin—Dr Jno M Anderson. San Antonio—Jessup M Bell. Austin—S B Brush. LaGrange—W G Webb. Cora, Comanche Co.—T. Frost. Lampastas Spgs—Thos B Huling. Fairfield—Isaac Cune....

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