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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 5 January 1882

m W allis .Lwidcs&Co m THE FCSEBAL AT TIEIIIU. . Oat Tut Grave Btceivca the Remains •f 191 Victims—Ceremonies toy the Kcprcaentitlru of Four Faiths. Vienna, December 12.—The bodies of 136 victims of the disaster were in- terred at the Central Friedhof yester- day by their friends. Today 151 were placed in the vast common grave that, before it closes, will have received the charred remains and ashes of 700 more of the victims. Of those now buried only 125 have been identified. The rest are unrecognizable by their friends and relatives. The vast excavation is 106 feet long by 14 feet wide, with three openings for lowering the coffins. It will be the last resting place of all irrespective of their confessions, Cath- olics, Protestants, Greeks and Jews. Priests of all four confessions joineti in today's solemnities at the Central Friedhof. Twenty thousand people walked the long four or five miles to tne great cemetery in Vienna. Some places of business were closed and black flags we...

Publication Title: Belton Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 5 January 1882

; ••• ■■■ ytf#:■■ DIRECTORY. PRISONERS ESCAPE MESCELLA5T. BELTON JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1862. TERMS One yetr, $2 00; Six Month?, $1 00 ; Three Months, 50c. Heigh-ho! What strange sound is this we hear? A report is being circu lated In Austin that Nat. Q. Hender- son has been appointed postmaster at Georgetown, and this is regarded by democrats as an evidence of the intention of the federal administration to plant sedition in the democratic stronghold. Can it be possible tbat Nat. Q , our Nat. Q., the fellow that ■we have all allowed more privileges to than to any other wearer of the edito- rial harness, has actually become so fond of the perquisites and emoluments that come from holding an official position, that he goes to work and enters Into a compact—we wish the uncharitable suspicion had not been aroused—with the federal authorities to introduce their methods into Texas affairs? Perhaps he has been promised a speedy return to Washington as the "honorable senator from Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 5 January 1882

BEL'l'OiN JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1«$2. i * LOCAL MiHS AVI) VIEWS Dr. J. W. Embree has an advertise- ment of his mercantile business in to- day's paper. Everybody in Bell county knows Dr. Embree. He has resided here for thirty-one years, and dur- ing that time has been in partnership with numerous individuals, and takes pride in the fact that his relations with all of them have been pleasant to the end. As a physician he was in part- nership at different times with Drs. A. J. Embree, H. E. Bradford, J. A. Ew- ing, Davis, W. D. Eastland, J. M. Moore, and Don nan. As a merchant he has had a9 partners Messrs. J. Q. Allen, M. E. Miller, H. E. Keys, W. A. Staton, Geo. C. Pendleton, Ed. Pendleton, A. P. Bently, John C. Letts; J, M. Cross. W. D. Taylor and Joel T. Howard. The doctor calls a good portion of these last named, "my boys," and is certainly rejoiced to know thai every one of them is pretty well off in this world's goods. Laat Sunday there was a reunion near Center Lake, ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 5 January 1882

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 12 January 1882

*V/I i., I v V . ■I fMI MKMiM tttnttfclt rAaifc HUM \~*+* Mt««« li id lilite Mm tk« ImtaH ulht ttuhlHtt. New Brtmi Itrnw Democrat Revelation* matte Ity the Time* DvttMttt In Ihl* somewhat mysterious i bin given rise in • nut amount of controversy. The original theory *m lhut Mr*. Coppege had been killed by Iter adopted son Waller, four yeArs oh). Thin theory wm al first accepted ■ml (he k'lling regarded as a Ismenta- hie accident. Perhaps the explanation might bate rem lined undisturbed ami the accident have passed Into forgetful- ness but for the Investigation set on foot by our reporter, who had bin rvu •on*, evidently excellent ones, for being dissatisfied with aw summary a dlamlaaal of the mutter. The te*ull la that Coppege, the dead womaft'* wtd ower, la now In Jail on a charge of murder, and with circtiniitatitlnl evl Jence against him a« strong aa ever a man labored under. The main feat urea In tbla terrible suspicion are these. There were only thre « persons In the room at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 12 January 1882

k t B ELTON JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1S82 TERMS. One year, $2 00; Six Montis, $1 00; Three Months, 50c. We liae lo a question of privilege. We want to have the privilege of in quiring why newspaper men continue to indulge in prophecy when the only prophets are those that tell about the weather? We are led to make this iu- quirv by reason of a couple of para- graphs that have just come beneath our notice. Now, of course the Inde- pendent Blade, published at Meridian, Bosque county, Texas, circulation over one thousand, knew what it was talk- ing about when it said; "Governor Roberts could doubtless secure the nomination for a third term, but he could not be elccted." There is no equivocation here. It comes right up and says precisely what it wants to say and then stops, and we begin to think that if the democratic party wants to triumph at the next election it had bet- ter throw its Jonah, the same being the old alcalde, overboard. But stop! Here is a paper with a larger circul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 12 January 1882

f i • > !> f BELTOX JOURNAL. THURSDAY JANUARY 13. 1882. i.ocal XGltS AND VIEWS The Beltra Jociusal, one of the bestfapers in the llaK, has evidently tton it* %ge. Its last issue is Vol. Jo. 53. fihoulint it be Vol. 16, No. IT—Wesaliaehie Mirror. No, neighbor, we did not forget, but wish- ing to begin the new year with a new volume we, as it were, threw in an extra copy for good measure! Our friends have been so kind to us, and our subscription list has gone on in- creasing itself so rabidly and it being Christmas times—well, you know how exbilerating such things make one feel. But we forgot last week to call atten tion to tbe fact that a new volume and a—Ijwfti begus, and we here take ij^casion to introduce a vote of i the whole Journal family, I wish every one perennial good luck. •" > New B«m Fs Time y Card.—The f time schedule of the; Texas Mid- , went into effect jast Sunday. i leave Galveston daily, not excepted,at 6:40 a. m., and arrive at Milano at 2:40 p. m.; at Tem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 12 January 1882

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 February 1882

& -iE taftvfl! > i J. G. BATTE. J k 3 ^ ■ - ^ Journal Office, February 17.— Miller, frf this^ city, is eipi of tb* following ccmmu- jn from Cqi. II. M. Herman, of Worthy attortiey foi tbe . Faciftr Improvement Company. It is dated February l4t Col, J. Z. ni artist who colored and gilded the walls - .and hang the draperies and composed the ensemble" of : the drawing-room. Perhaps you wouM prefer that human be tags should not quake themselves ad- juncts of wall paper and furniture, aud that immortal' - souls should not be rapt by a dado, or enchanted with a frieze. ^Bffcftature has room for hum- ming birds and flamingoes, for cocka- tofs aad jparoqets, for scentless but brilljunt flaw ei s, all of them fitly set in I rrfspo as soon as leer corps to ids and line "Will you of par- \ 1 /■ . Dear Sir: Will ydu pkaae have "foot "committee ti$ke arrange- ments with some attorney who is familiar with the titles in your " county to procure th) right of way throogh,your county and from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 February 1882

\ s BELTON JOURNAL. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1882. TERMS. Gil year, $2 00; Six Month?,. $ I 00 : Three Months, 50c. L B. McCullagb, editor of the Si. Louis Globe-Democrat, has been on to Washington and had himself inter viewed, and be thinks he puts it mild —milk which cily people buy for furr bits a gallon, as it were—when he as aerts that Mr. Garfield was an insincere and a weak man. Mr. McCullagb in- stances: In the summer of 1880 he called on Mr. Garfield at Mentor and bad a private talk with him. lie called the attention of Mr. Garfield to the statements being made in the pub- lic prints to tbe effect that when Gar- field was elected the Grant men would .be compelled to lake hack seats, and STT-tfsaL sort of thing, and then Mr. McCullagb changes himself with sav- ing to the man of Menflte "Kljon't think this is going to do the party anv good. The Grant men were beaten at Chicago and they know it. They went into the fight t«> win and they lost. They don't expect to occupy the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 February 1882

V COMMISSIOXERS' COIRT. ROAD OVERSEERS BREVJLO(iCE.\T. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. f Hempstead, is week look- e owns in this icing attorney, yisitini' relatives /LTON JOURNAL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1882. I.OC.4L \EHS VIEWS ■ Judge W. M. Minyard, county judge of thia county, received a telegram from Temple stating that there was a genuine case of small-pox in that town. That three prominent physicians of Ute place bad so decided, and that it waa (bought advisable for him, as county judge, to lake some immediate steps to prevent its spread. The judge has gone down to Temple today, but will not likely return before this issue of tl* Journal is printed. We hope to make arrangements by which we can keep posted and issue a bulletin every morning in regard to the status of small pox affairs at Temple. Should , we succeed ia doing so wc will send one to each post master in the couDty by every mail that leaves Belton. Mr. T. C. Wright, of Temple, was so unfortunate as to have his new resi- dence ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 23 February 1882

-m .- . r.*> i, , tPOS MY WORD SHE DID: Her hair was black. "But black," sl.e sighed, "Is very much loo cold;" And so she bleached her locks until Tlwpr looked almost like gol<i. A simple satin robe she wore, Wbicb closely to her clung (In fact it whs extremely scant). And from her belt a Hly pale And four sunflowers hung— Four big sunflowers hang." She would not touch a bit of meat, But oft she'd sit and weep. To think the boded chops were once Part of a baby sheep. "And oh!" she'd moan, 'these seared steaks. So full of graw now" (This was a sight mistake I think), "Once wandered o'er the fields and mi-ads. Attached to a cow— A gentle browsing cow. She was the most poetic thing: She wouldn't harm a fly; "Its life is short at best," she'd sav,— "Oh, pray don't make it die!" The very cat for catching mice In tearful voice she chid. And then at lust she married lAnd seemed quite glad to get him, too.) A buTchw--yt$. she did— Upon my word §iie_iiid_L _ —Margaret Eytinge, in IIarp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 9 March 1882

in Belton as second class mail nutter. Entered at the *j 1 1 'M Called Sxsccma Omcs, Austin, Texas, March 1.—Whereas an extraordinary occasion bat arisen for the action of the legislature; now, therefore, I, O. i, by vir- f me by the this legis- Austin, the K rr my tuns in special session at seat of government, on lhe6tb ofAjmL 1888, for the following pQ*As*>-«il; First. _ To apportion the state into congressional districts and establish the *un«A9l irj<*i, m l*i o; Halwtf Te agtMjion j)n **•' senatorial and representative districts, and establish the same by law. been burned, in every respect thiit may be necessary until the new capitol shall bave been llnipbed; fur supplying all thinarmade g, na for every other thing that may be necessa- ry for efficient operations of tbe legisla- tive, executive awl jiMfcMl >detjart- meffTrwriW gTWfctnmcui ftr 'Tlre dis- charge of their respective duties and functions. Fourth. To make provision for BY J. G. BATTE.], Hoy ritt T^*3*^11 I K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 9 March 1882

BELTON JOlllNAk THURSDAY, MARCH TERMS. One year, $2 00; Six Monti*, Three Months, 50c. fl 00 A most admirable publication is tlie Texas Railway Review, the initial number of which lies on our table. It is natural that it shouid make its ap pearance in Houston, the great center of the railway system of the state. We admire the spirit of the Review, anrf when it says that "unfriendly leg Ialation, regardless of its consequences to the railway corpotntions or to the public, is a direct blow to the cause of advancement and development," the conservatism of the paper is apparent Railways doubtless need to have some ch&k placed upon tbem, but hostile legislation is to be deprecated, because If the earnings of a road are made so low as to cnpple the service, the people are 'sufferers alike with the road, Amo ig si ed railroad managers it is coming U be recognized as a principle that a prosperous people along their lines Is the only guarantee they have of a profitable business, and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 9 March 1882

15isltofl journal. thursday, MARCH 9, 1882. I4CAL USAM> VIEWS To tht journal. tbmplb, muck 8 —Permit me to call your atltatkiB to the (allure of the JocBXAbteaafentat tbia office in due time. Tfcl iwpw «hould como te tbia office by tke tt o'clock train Friday at tlie latest, bat does not arrive till Fri- day's five jjftUxfr train tram Oalreston and frequently come before Saturday. It had not arrived last Sat- urday at 13 o'clock m.a which causes aome eMipialot among your subscri bers. t mlittiaa yon this note that the evil BuybMHnMHnd if pouible. t. 6. SHIPP. We are under obligations to Mr. Sbipp for this information. There is certainly a lax handling of the mails on the Santa Pe route. Papers and letters that should arrive here by the Galves- ton train are carried up the Fort Worth line and returned to Belton the follow iog day. We call the attention of r Foster to these discrepancies, tin occurrence, and request steps to remedy the evil, •gents are overworked '«d to assistance,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 9 March 1882

V Physical and Mental Relation of tb« Sexes. San Antonio Express. In I be Populjr Stience Monthly f-i March, a i!is> M. A. Hardukt-r con- tritm'i's a paper on the Woman Ques- tion. She urgues thai won.en could not compete with men iti the political 'forum lecause tiie average female brain i ten per ceut. smaller than that of men, and thai the "power of or« a ting thought" -is to that de^r.e lers. But Miss llardaker leaves the Woman Question altouf wheic she found it. I' is not for lack of capacity that wouia■< as a suffragists would fail. She could work political problems, and do lively service in parliaments and lyceums, and exert good influence everywhere— if she would. Miss llardaker start* with wrong premises and does her s.x wrong. There is no power of '"crea- ting thought'' in the human mind. The source of all thought is the author of life, and Unite capacity can go no further than to receive and utilize thought. It is not certain that in th; the average woman is inferio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 March 1882

Ill k pii TES.XTKOS'S LATEST POEM. '■ThcClurgc of the Heavy Balaktava, October 25, 1854. I The charge ot thegallantThree Hun- dred, llie Heavy Brigade! Down the kill, down the hill, thousands •f Russians, Thousands ol horsemen drew to the val- ley—and stayed. For Scarlett and Scarlett's Three Hun- dred were ruling by, When the points of the Russian lances broke in oa the sky; - And he called, "Left wheel into line, and they wheeled and obeyed. Then he looked at the host that had halted, be knew not why. And he turned half round, and he bade his trumpeter sound "To the charge!" and he rode on ahead, and he waved his blade To the gallant Three Hundred, whose glory will never die, "Follow and up the hill!" Up the hill, up the hill, followed the Heavy Brigade. IL The Trumpet, the gallop, the charge, and the might of the light, Down the hill, slowly, thousands of Russians Drew to the valley, and baited at last on the height, With a wing pushed out to the left and a wing to the right. But...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 March 1882

"" ~, n \! ill li was of couise no setback to th RFIjTON JOB llNAL I prohiliilioliists i" Ik.- defeated m Harr S ll. cumy. for ll.n.i the "coloied ma lorii. cobkes!'®sde5ce* THURSDAY, MAUCll 10. terms. One year, *2 00 ; Six Monti*, «l 00 , Three Months, jOc. The Austin correspondent of the Sa'i Antonio Express has had a severe * tack of jim jams growing out of^seft, tence which appears j^js^fVy submit Ihe secretary V? oM-retarv made ,ed«" ^ f nlT^ct t^uc governor s position of the q{ tUe par,lon ng and iting the HiWWiWta the advocates of prohibi- ' j jim. Voung will have tory measures. **• r> fegti uimavlt, and the Texas Pro- i |,ii)itiorist will be under the necessity of puttlg a traveling man in the field, , „ . Yprcise oi iuc i as dotliTe-sas Siflings. Courage is an policy in the tx convicts f«r \ eSSen*f quality just at this juncture. power has been to paruv ^ e 1 m ^mm "•wilorkrtM conduct* and 1 Bad .Van .Ifcet* His Fate, correspondent to talking in a rapi« e* 1 L \|«r#«l iA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 March 1882

HkL'10.JV JUVJtflAL THURSDAY. MAIicii U!, WS, UOCAM. \eusavd im:h. Oursu^ri^rsaremjijes( (i to (ju as Mr. Hhipp j,j ;)lst we(.k wl]enever paper fails lo arrive at the appoint ed time, notify us an(l „ive M ^ be guessed at or known tlIL causes jwiins to suoli failure. The Jontx.u. to settle such matters without i jejort to its columns, hut some i,f the ,i4il routes are conducted jn odtrageousstyle that we feel that puh licit}' is the best corrective of the ev;], md shall not hesitate to violate an i s "until this tyrar.nv bt av evil. tablished rule overpast."' H' jlai'iie would better e.vpi status of affairs, for . • time it J,a and fewer "accidents irom car and consequently a great life, and a greater savin; lo the railway companies. eoupnng, avini; of hard cash B HKVI LOQIEST. PKllSOSAL. Night before last some one fired four shots from a pistol into the store of E. I. Bropliy, on Main street The evi- dent intention was to break his soda water fount or his large glass show ease, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 16 March 1882

SHORT SEM®**- words its followers, The Great West. We lmve no thoughts or atminst Christianity or its i b^i for the hypocrite?, Pr,'fe^n(,u.r. do not possess and all oiher swino hare Reeling of love ,«pcc < ration «ir tolerance. riierefore, won i do not expee?t to be popular. such we As flies buzz and swarm about blood, so do the cl n.c'«-le« fasten on to those they can bliet. ""J.i ^nTiiv renaii. there till n« .n-.n- can by theni I* haj. •fergont PanUbment. New Youk, Mrrch 11 -The sen tenre of Sergeant Mason. who imd at Oulteau. has la-en approved by'1"" i-ral Hancock He is sentenced di^houoiably discharge.! all pay and allowance, Gen to be with loss of and to be con- finedYn tiie penitentiary at har.1 labor for eight years. ^ t .iiHr-*'~r"f Iter will meet pass on pension This will I* tLeir last meet The T«*aS Veteran Association intr. nt XVApril 20. Ill wines si fresher |o0 oHeii but by their deeds. When n father spen^ ^^ ^^y ^rab to redden his nose tljiU* , -,i'j,en, 1" " ' ca...

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