The Belton Independent. (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1858 Page: 1 of 4
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A. Z. KUBJSBY,
|ttXAS ÁO.lICULTOrtAf. WAR
11 mutuo «t ■ niiuiiwnM an i
TOWERS AMD BEAPKK8,
HfHÍUil«lC|lll Ol H Ptwcn,
Fannin a hill ,
SHBI.I.KKri, O.IBM MII.IJI,
ÍWS, SUBSOIL FLOWS, HA It ROWS ,
O.NK A TA0-HOlt*tf CpLT'VATuBS, "''
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ADVA NtfeMBNT tát faa AGRICULTURAL, MECHANICAL AND OTHER INTERK8T3 OP THE DISTRICT GENERALLY,
HELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 19,1858.
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froM the Ureeaabarg (U) Imperial.
A teaehprti Appeal
PARENTS OF HIS PUPILS.
It. ENOOVBACfB tour CHILDBBN TO
NMFCOT ANO obey TBB BDLBi ANO BE-
QUlBBMEK'TS Of THBIB TBÁOBEB.
This is highly neoe^ry for thnic
proper advancement and happiness
While at school, Induce thorn td
look upon their instructor as yotlf
IIAY AM) MAM Ut: tOKKi-.
IkiTth, Spadeat H ea, Horae Heea,
|'«n WBtJtT, IMW, CORN', U.'.KIjnr, live, JULIET, .
In, O'.'AWi^KD, ot.- vwit'l) I.
(atdoa Read«, ike Bell Ho.ttcijuil Mt,
|j|< AFi'i.f, í'tiK, rLVir,
¡(B«lC I. CBKn"V, NKCTAIUNK AND jUMWK *HOa
hedo'lT"rcd In eoaaou for noting, In fl ie older,
F'ALSO.'OttU'ES, G'HWKIIEltBIBS. «0,
I. A rni>p y lin't" lunu <>r the
POUND AND SCOTCH VATS,
M Oitt> kit a Biip r or A. t 'ele, «'•■rftir lb at-
jinkuu uf every rlmti'i; iliny weigh from
p'' '■ «i 10 f\Jb n'I bn lie).
''■« r'<'ow < r:
".Vtyl"«V'Aa ulw j
■Liilifl Mi>1* in iln t'niiei
Kr MILLS. BOL
ll'iT *«w Milm,
_ __ i, MOLTING ( LOTUS
fe iir-A l.ili .i 1) .*M <.il st ill ur.iNi.i.al..i,
EI<t|Aindar wlili tf> cittiut'oiia 'or Ktlnrnii
bnn * W.iud P i niii -■ tie IT•'l"il Mi'a
■aa tall and Examine befare Puribnaln
Cñubtr A /. iiU U 't.
"fit ..ij j' m ■ i
a On Bey ihot.crudiei'.iiorie a Rind nke* and their friend, and to regard all
his regulations as designed for
their good. If ioaiiy of my arrange*
menta, or in< *tlÜr execution of my
plans, you ahall think Ihaveern.il,
or that your children have sutferedt
or been neglected, you will confer a
favor by iDaKing known to me, free-
ly, your feelings or apprehensions.
Come in the spirit of kindness, and
I will promise to receive you kindly,
and answer every reasonable inqui-
ry I may sometimes err; it will be
strange if I do not. Perhaps you
Sometimes mifjudgc, or act unwise-
j^'iirt:the management of jouroty.it
children. Will you consider that I
am; called upon to corftrol and in-
struct the collected families of the
neighborhood? I have under my
care, a multitude, whose home influ-
ences and discipline ara widely dif-
ferent. The cjijldren from no two
families are pi ike. Yet they must,
bejinited and governed as one large
fi¿9Py, ' Sómo are mild, kind and
affectionate; ever anxious to know,
and ready to: obey ¡every wish ,ot
Mieir teacher; while others are rough,
uncoiu'teous, and obstinate; appar-
ently most pleased when they are
doing wrong, interrupting trie school
aéj unnoj ing their,instructor. These
Improve every fit opportunity to
bring before their minds the,ruinous
consequence of vice and idleness,
and at the same time show them
"that wisdom's ways are pleasaut-
neas, and all her paths are peace."
Teach them to avoid trifling devia-
tions,—todo right at all times and
on all occasions, because it it right
aud because by so doing they will
be more happy and useful. Teach
them that it is better to 'tufftr wrong,
This is another project which is
occupying some attention, and
which is destined to occupy mora
before the lapse of a very long peri-
od of time. One is already com-
pleted, «nd has been used with great
success. A friend of mine took a
ride in it the other day, of aix miles,
with much pléá'sure, and considers
it perfectly adapted to the exigen-
cies of a city public vehicle.
Vhktable Crook bit aw Tin
Wabs.— Reader, have you plantada
good aupply of crockery? that kind
that does not break eaaily? or have
you sowed a good stock of ¿¿i'cupa?
or planted soup dishes? If i¿*,'pla*t
immediately all the varfétiee of
the gourd. The long, alíraf¿fat
handle for Water bucketa; the crook-
ed handle for the well bucket; the
big-bellied gourd for the kitchen;
jpjTg the little gourd for the hunter and
than to do wrong,' and that the fact, ¡ ~¡8 about" three-hOTse" power !fi,hormmn- Ia ,hort' U,ere are 1,0
that wrong has been done to them, I wc}ff,18 8700 pounds, cost $1600, and V*rietle" of th# hBrd"h, n *oord
■ a MM Kn m t. ... _1 (III ® " 4U A *** a -m a>i.& lo M aaAll a J i
.III !||M .
in h i TO ; T XAS,
IJUB>< IN DHY < OOI - O'l^'KMIliS
lUnUaie, Furniture, Chlaa, Q,
i. Í I>,.I1.
• iiy. ha.
Siva IbU or.Ul.i.IiI k. Hn>i,a.«hue ,
Mlntr. Wi.n rniMr. ll-u-«-Pnt nlklilnir nr.
■(IfUl • u oi fli'im, i loh Firiil uiv, l!ii' lery. •■to,,
|h «111 be lolil on t'« mom roue i>a b u im«.
save vouk money:
> 0 L-iy 'A N O s i
t ALBUMEN PA
I undei:hiK"fd hiivlng obtniaed from tin* Invpn-
or, 'a" receipt fur BtaKiiig.'und n -lng ihe abort
... .. i ... ....
, aud believing It to be the moit bmI'uI invvnlji
f ltttli centilrj, ¿ad Ming «rilling to Impaft |]
v,'Ol the kind «MmRM. uuil it being >o
I|| u6t more tbnn W!««Wnt« fur One Hundred
k feet, nu l¡eA it rut mible for pointing Fence*
I buildltigH encloiieil with \indresxei9 lumber, aa
Hto.be jiut on by any Konxiblo uegro. Any color
I be painted Willi It Oxcept green. .■>
M*oj eomMoed with the abure, I #01 Mod a re-
Jpt bv theinme inventor, for irnikingnnil using Kite
RNMif Paltó, wbich js iieiirlj an clicnp aa the other.
1*111 alio Tur 'Two ftjllorn. ri'mltled to mfe bv mall,
H r*. ate .■with g'dd or «liver. Irfn few m:uutM.—
f.tcn tan bi> plated with Gold or^iuer In' 'twenty'
■tea at a coat of'twenty edits. , 'ilii« nrt__U 4iu:
rly adapted for l,'eoplu« mouutingii of Haruesi' tcacljer8 COIild .decide and BCt,JltlOU
Itr and making Uraa.i i'apdle..tickK and I^imH . j •'
latmiuaick" him ijiid¡j|
ptutlug^yill stand the
I (Silver ones. Tlio Col'
)of Nitric acid. id. ,
I, combined with the Receipt f r Fi tting, 1 send
lipt for Quick Soldering, by wfelpb eny peraon
lend any article of Jewelrj in a few áecomlii.—
i wUhiiiga II Uieaboi* receipt! can .liavetheiu
II, on the reception of Two
a arded by- return mal,
tarsam) PHty tienta.'4r for the lUating, One iiil
| the Mating and Bolilerlng'lwol:ollam. Be care-
' l writé your name and kddi'eaa Alain
WM IUNCHAHII, 1 out master
film), Anat.in Co.. lexni. Jimen-tf
but a 8m.il i I'affml,
ENTrt WANTED Al LOV' It T'IK Writl D
i Into a lucrative . nil li u.i iihle bu loen,
...lui; 'illjia a aoj "- liiH*!""« m ii ■rom
ileflre Do iara aDyr f i- Years, w th a
Miol Ti.lrly u' Fifty Dolían uw menoi*
Mlie hil'oirvd dm ibhiiiI inoii uitu nuikenfi-r-
y Ihla l^xiBia, lull.iiimIlly" a d a Itllutit buril
■ ),.|/|| itti).t'i niiHi'iiliitl u
tier It a omid lion, citu go
yi.f I inlliu ailiilliir
( ia a |inu_
e who wmliea
rltliont the iioi-t
" «Ir.If yoil 'liiak ,i a n imb i* ji i. r -m lu In
i< Hunt Hid p «oily a'ItileuiIiitrreap iho n-
..! a lltt e • ii.Tgy. "lit f • •iiut.'tmlly wuiiM*
■ ntolie) ea.-y. rtinl 8S Cenia by ma I In oor.u
~ - ■ ni. an.i lalHienn
iar to n y f. 1 y.
■ lien eof |n lulijin Muí .
m article otih One 1_ ......
i'ir ulara only tin tluiHr. aiutnke iiKi'nci
inn y.ii In i a you can make your fintuuo. i.nvl I
ant rat Uf.wl Ion o- r< fmul yo tr qu.it -r.
capital required la ton ma 'i in yuiir u« n liande.
m A C D .N ON, M • lilla. Ata.
"JAMES M. 1!DXH~
■laaion Merchant, 14T thnmbera-tt, 9 Y
/lo uüu loiwitrui. o.«i¿ aitiu ol uto «¿.uiiuine it
Vjii |>vr rent. cominiHuinu, ilelem to(>ova Kwaln
Uoreliead, Kev C K l:eemn, Hon W A Oruliam, N.
JKiwn.a HcMiller, Viiriilnglun. Clniatian Advn-
[and New officeH, Uiilventon, l'exim, aud othei s.
er In ! ianiie. Helideo • Oigans, HnrpH, tiuitara,
e. Sewing Machinen, lion .-ufe , l unipi<. Garden
Jna, etc. A printed list of all the dillerent ma-
^kinds anil price sent free, I iiblinher of an el-
ithiigraii of •Hickory Nut Kalis," N. C. (01,)
'•CliKhOUEl'. rilY.-HIAN: or Indian Guide
lili-" Thin Invaluable l*Hiuily AdvUer ahould
I every house. It treat* of nil disease*, has nco-
_• glossary and prtsciil es tlie remedirá fiom Na-
na bounteous mores., for al out inHrihitieaawl
Mliunes, • It Is printed on Uue white paper, timid-
•—"I. bound, loar I h tuUlon, 300 puaes, and la mull-
'fot On* I>illiir.
r.Roaewoed fíanos, $140. a pi 20-y
BRUSH. MANUKACTUKKKand Wliole-
ale and lietuil Leuler in llN WA1W of
■pa Cistern, Well and Knrce I'umps.
rea. Cooking Stoies of ditTerent kinds, ij.ua
i, Pota, Kettle-,. Griddles, I'um, l ipes, etc.
"Inf.,, andoUier luetnl rouliug. Guttering
dug done in Iqwn or country,
tag Tuba, ghowtr Batlia, etc.
ling done. Terms Cash.
f On Congress Avenue, Austin, 'lexas. apliOy
•at* all Diaenaea Free ol Charge.
¡ -KR. BAAKKK will also give special attention
I the following Diseases: < ouglis. Cuida, fon-
■mptloa. C'r. up, Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis
4 all otbar diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
I wiU devote particular attention to the treat-
mt of all tíkfa dlwases—Ijimlisgo, .'«ótala
eunatlsm, (neute and chronic). Neuralgia,
a, V|Mepay, liyspepslu, l'lle-, and ait deraug-
the stomiicli, liver aild" bowels, and also to
tannic Kemale diseases. Special attention giren
• treatrantof 1 list. Eye and Far.
t. Raakks has made a new di-eovery of a Sold
■111 produce perfKtubsorptli.n of the Caraiucr
' ra perfect vision to the eve without the use
itf. Dr Baa bee eon produce one thouiaad
atea of lils perfect success ii. curing Cancers,
es or Uleers, Hstulu, ,-welllngs or Tumors of
eseripthm, and without tbe use of tlie knife,
arrangements must be made with Dr Baakee
treatment of the leal mimed iliseaaes, aa they
" ire hla constant advice and at entiun.
kee ia one of the most skllllul and celebrated
sito Jpltaracters and elements
actually exist in most schools, and
it would be wonderful indeed, if
every occasion, and in c^ery emor
genoy, in such manner as to meet
universal approval. I fuel that I
may sometimes do wrong. Let us
remember that "to err is humnii.~~
to forgive divine." But so long as
you have sufficient confidence in the
school and its operations, to induce
you to send your children, let me
beseech you to teach them to regard
every rule and requisition with Con-
scientious strictness. In this Way
you may do much for me and much
for tliein. If you hear reports from
your children, (and this should be
done with much caution,) or other-
wise, reflecting upon the manage-
ment of the school or treatment of
individual members, do not, ton rea-
dily, confide in all you hear. If,
however, you really think there
is ground for such reports, call
upon me and ascertain all the par-
ticulars, remembering the somewhát
trite sayings that "there are two
sides to a question," that "circum-
stances alter cases." If you pur-
sue this course in the spirit of love
and kindness,you will in mosteases
find that great exaggerations and
perversions have been made;—some
times, perhaps, intentionally, but
moro frequently from the misunder
standing or misconception peculiar
III. BN'COI'RAOE YOUR CHILDREN TO
BE ORDERLY, A# STUDIOUSLY TO BE-
Youth are, frequently tempted by
the example of vicious associates, to
violate the rule of good .behavior
and spend their time in idle mis-
chief or vain pursuits. As you can-
not alwaya keep th«.in removed from
pernicious inflnence and depraved
companions, do all in your power to
form in them, an abhorence of, all
that is evil, and a deep regard for
everything that ia "lovely and of
good report." So train them that
mé in contact #ith, vice
laPhreiriaasnow living. Ilia fame is known ; tl. v mnv
Uy Id nearljr «very principal city in tlie world. u,eJ mlV 0011
iters directed to lir Baakee (i-ncloalnc a post- «litVinnt Iviin
i. or fire cents) fkoaa any dis'ancr, coriectly j w,lnoa 1X1,1 c. - - - / rryi
iaatuyo/o distrae, aTMii be prompt - more than this, tliat their own up-
. n1 ftud IIm put lent tm<t4Nl by correa- ■ # "
titee of charge. uflic#hours^m s a ■ light conversation jpay exert a fa-
laronne street. M lutliiy influence Upon those who
Below li.ydraa street. W\ .r
l-ly New Orleans, B . f i manifeat DO love for VirtUOUS BCtS.
is no reason why ihey should do
wrong iu return. Toil them that
kindness will allay wrath, and that
it is Biore noble and manly to return
*good for evil," than to give "revi-
ling for reviling."
A* you meet your children at the
close of the day, improve a few min-
utes in conversing with them res-
pecting the manner iu which they
have spent the day. Ask tliétó to
reflect atid consider if they havq not
done some works which "need to be
rapeul^Érf," and direct them to
♦Up of their existence for
pardon, and to the fountain of nil
wisdom for future guidance and sup-
port. Then may ¿bu hope to see
them become an honor and a bles-
sing to you and the commuuity.
To be Continued.
Three ragged, wretched topers
stood shivering Upon a street corner.
They had dot a pénny between them,
and neither had take'ti a drop—with-
in; half an hour. They debated the
deeply interesting question—how to
obtain the next glass of grog! Af-
ter much-miserable niutterfng over
the poverty of the times, atid many
impractibte suggestions, one of them
said—' - : 't« .1 mi
"I have an Idtat We'll all go
but who's to
into the next shop and drink."
"Drink 1" replied his compai
"that's easily said,
"Nobody. Do as I tell you.
take the responsibility."
"Following the speaker's direc-
tions, his two companions entered
an adjoining rummcry and called for
whiskey skins. Theplace was kept
l y a Dutchman. After be had wai-
ted oil his customers, and while they
were enjoying their orthodox bever-
age at the counter, in walked £>p«r
"How are ye?w—to the Dutchman:
"How de do?"— said the Dutch
man. , , 1
Toper No. 1 glanced suspiciously
at topers No, 2 and 8 and beckoned
the proprietor aside,
"Do you know these men?" he
The Dutchman started.
"1 know no more aa dat dey call
tot de whisky skins.
"Don t take any motley óf them,"
whispered No. 1. . . t'<
'•Sir! I not talw¿moiiey for the
whisky skins?" saitlthe astonished
"No. They are informers."
"Hey I Informers f"
',Yos, they buy liqtaorof you «o as
to inform against you."
"Ah! I understated," .aid the
Dutchman. "Dey not catch me.—
Tank you sir. You take somethin."
"I don't object," and toper No. 1
took a swig^iih companions.
J "What's to pay?" qnoth coper N¿.
inputting his lianda in his empty
pocket.1 ■ ;|||
"Nothing," said the Dutchman.
"Me no sell liquor, lfe keeps it for
my friend#* <*■
And having smiled the supposed
informers out of the door, he manifes-
ted his gratitude,generously inviting
the supposed anti-informer to tako a
second glass. Of course No. 1. 4M
not at all decline the invitation."
looks like an artillery wagon. In
fact, it is simply an ordinary locomo-
tive tubular boiler on four wheels,
undgoes at the rate of from IS to 15
miles an hour. This Bite holds six
persons. It can bo guided in and
oat of the intricacies of a great
thoroughfare with tho greatest pos-
sible ease, tlie only drawback boing
the'terror which it excites in horscB.
Were it broi^ght into general use
however, it is probable they like
everything else, would accommodate
themselves to circumstances after a
time, and at any ^atu'thero would
be lespi need of their service's, and a
saving from tho frightful loss of lifo
which daily ensues from their
wretched treatmout. It would also
afford a large amount of employ-
ment to machinists and develop the
natural resources of the country to
an incalculáblo extent. It is rather
singular that the originator is a
poor, ignorant man, entirely unac-
quainted with scientific principles,
an<J unable to explain the action of
hia own machine. He has neither
tact, nojr shrewdness apparently, aud
whatever way his new invention
makes in the world will. hsv« to be
doné on its own merits.
Those who- cultivate flowers,' with
a luxuriant bloom; to secure this,
the nature and wants of tlie plant
should be understood. There are
many beautiful blooming plants
that cannot well atand the contitR
ued nnbroken rays of the sun.—
There arc others that do not bloom
well Jb the chude. Most flowering
shrubs, growing in very rich soil,
rnako «ñora wood than bloom buds.
Take a rose that stands in rather
poor soil,1 tot it first bud to bloom,
and stimulate it with liquid manure.
The blossom buds being alwaya nu-
merous, will be increased in sise
and beauty, and it will present alto-
gether a'more beautiftil appearance
than a bush grown in a rank rich
soil. _ There nan be no better liquid
fertiliser, than cow manure will
make. Take! a barrel, or hogshead,
fill it up with droppings of cattle,
and then .fill in with watery Stir
this, from day to day, occasionally
adding more water, until tho whole
mitts has become liquid, then apply
it around the route'of flowering
shrUbbery, work it fn the soil
with a pronged fork. Guano, or
hen manure, also makes good li-
quid. Most summer blooming
shrubs, will bloom better if the
ground around them is mulched.—
Let tlie dahlia form its blossom
bnds, snd then give. it copious wa-
terings of liquid manure, and its
bloom will be immeúso. Nothin,
is more impreved, by liquid fortfl1
that may not be uaéfal, and aave
much expenditure on a plantation.
They will grow where nothing else
can grow, is nothing win eat the
vine. Raise then your owti crocke-
ry and tiii ware.—Suit.
■ '' i i' i ; „ i
Tho Seratchca ou a horse may bo
cured unless very inveterate, by
washing thoroughly with aoapauds,
and then rubbing with lard fried out
of aalt meat. Keep clean, arid
wash and grease every other day
until a curd is effected. Leaving
mud to dfy Upon tho legs of a horse
is one, great cause of this dlséáis
^ ■ il |lIII
A Californiacotemporary regards
the following eompositk* aa the
finest ever printed, originally in a
California .utwapaper. It waa writ-
ten by; Washington Wright,of the
W«o Pot it Tribe?— The Ameri
can flag baa been plaoadon tin top of
a tall tree on Cape Mendooifce. This
is tbé most westerly point in the Be-
ublicj its rough and mOoiOainous
front rises haughtily out of the a«i
and away down at Ust Uaaa the
waves make foam, and, >pff, and
strike iu direst anger the great and
unchangeable rocks. 6alea whirl-J
ihmily of treea whose'* lehve'a"ai^'
néytsr still at' the gireén sdinrait of
the Oape. Who put the s¿
on that lofty tree? Who '
zant of sublimity >aa to olim
tlie nation's land—vergó ari'd dteh-
rate the sarial desert there with hist
country's glorious li^n ahd gladAMi>.
ning emblem? Lot him bo praised
with those who have paiHotiü
spiration in the hour of peW, «hd
ad vanee to difficult dlatánoaét thai
standard of their nativa Hindi < Full
in the pretence of afl > natlbns that
flag now waves—ita'4roihblingshad<
ow is on all the seas! Bdtit'haa>had
the atrangeat of adventures; it baa
been borno near to tho mysterioua
sources oí the Nile with büiónOfree-
máti to protect it, and iá the cloudy
solitudbs of highest moantilnAi 4ta
sacred threads have been propor-
tioned tto resistless storms. It
left alone on nature's tow'era reared
in the new Antarctio etttteent, and
in its folds Aave been gathered tho
glittering froata where eternal win*
tqi; builds huge icbergh rtHihd''
s s s
It ia proposed to build a fine ho-
zers, than verbenas. The' solution
should be quite wfeak, and applied
ovér íhe whole plant, *The flower
ly worked as thoWegetable garden?
Most i f the annuals are cultiva tod
too thick; they are easily transplan-
ted, shade them for a few daye af-
ter they are moved. The dahlia
may bo grown from Blips, or cut-
tings, of the atalk. It ia wowK
to aee with what facility ~"etlnB
ed. If our
41 clergyman was dndeai«rtog"tb
inatrt^Lono of Klá Sunday ácholoii
on th^htnre of a mtratilé. "NoUr,¡
my btgr," aaid he, "suppose you
were to aee the sun riBing in thei
middle of the^night, what slionld
you call thatr "The tnuiié^ pleaae
Upr " ''No/ but," aaid the clergy
maa, "eappoae yon knew that it
lakraa no the moon, bat tbe sab, and
that you aaW it actually riae in' '
Judge Loring took hi*
in in s si si" 'i 'i i' i '-ax
The Baleigh (S. V.) Standard *9--
tiMa the ahipment of printing, ,
p*r manufactured there to NewA
^ at ^ --<1 I * 1 v+i-é *tq
- • '■ . * i
There if a rellgtoaa revival lathe -
methodiat Church ia San Aats '
Tho Ledger aaya thecharch ia
^ g j •; tmttn**
George Peabody & Co. hfve aoed
the New Orleana, Jackaon aadGeaafci
Northern Railroad for 1891,408:11^/"
together with intereat and danég^L.
i SSI a'l I '
Rev. S H Weston,
ister of Trluity Church, No'
aud a native of South Carolina, hÜi
been pactad Epi^i.'*
I • ■ ■" # §1 ■!' a"
A Woman In Indiana
fined one oant and eoatafor
ishing three groccriea. On*
who defended hia premUéé agalbBt -
her, waa fiiic^í - 1 ,r?
s a 1 f 1
There la a report afloat thttt W/
newly elected Epiacopalian
of Texas, thó Rev. Sullivan I
ton. lat« MlnfaUif o
ity Charch, Now York, ia a ■
llnWeraaíiat. '■'"/« |IM
' "I J ' m m
Old Mrs. Darnley Kapat
household ecofiopiy. , She
hae made'a pair of. aoelcala
years. by'only knitting fcet.t4)W??
everywinter, and new legatotlM*:'
eveiry other wintelr. ;
I ass I ' nil' SI t*:t
tern papér, aaya that feiri
Uat year, and expecta to
■ mwiiil'iv/..L,T. ■ - •
aa s^ay next year.
a poatago atantai
lí > km. l«av>aaA isl
,i.|.l, vinine Mi ; i i «lío, miuf.
orado iBóuniy, for
the railroad from Richr
One. ot.^tia. mpst im|
pageauta avert tail
m M/ wsadeposited ia
graye^nd po thif day U)|
Ident of the !y^lted Sta
Ma iMsoklai Blrtfa
i h ve raiawi theaa ^utjut
bird, in the li^pe of securing a i
ater, but' in moat inetancee
polntmeat has^nsucd, Portly'
«fit of auch we will.communica
WV l'*® authority of a
IftPi expprienw, and one wl
one of tho most fluorik and i
songstcs now in her cage
listened to, by which asingli
white foathera iu each win^,
femaleftnever have more * '
akd n«ver alngi 8ome1
never have more than ¿Igbt,"^
they IHdeWiso novel ting Bnt
whenever a male bird baa nim wHU
baoo^MÁgood «pngster, Wlí
sbnilis ire propi- vÍN .. .
torfsts -onV -P Msc t . lull.
Aliercromliie Biiubc, to t ii *« ^ M bMstilW.-
charge of Gapt Bedell. ^
middle of the night—whati ^^.. - - _
yon thiakf "Planee; ahr,1 ihedW^ °®r ^ ÍJÜ iÍÍ. Smí- ¿ t
tbisk it *as doM te fft api JSB£«ia<£ f . tt)
i/. .ji .■•> •. •• Wy nfttim
•tha white In afnU grown malfeblrd.
Spread'oyer the wbíole nia pr*mt
^es," and "in the female, the wJMt#
ie lies pure, and aproada over onlf
M^n or eight of the primarie**? **
86 that it aeeotnthe diatinetkm it ai
above, la only ao far correotthait tka
malee dpiaiag, and the folate* do
«élWfAot, we believe, generallw
lüñfftted'by all who posseEa aag
t^k&UrM^.-CWMMtef; -«I ' M
' ' 1 ' l? ; ' "¡'I "in a ií
home aincaita pub-
Norway with a population of a
million and a quarter ie entirely
compoaed of petaons nominally ft
tes'ant. T¡hera ia not a Roman
Catholio nor prieat in the land, noi1
ia a Jew nor Jeauit allowojl, by the
Constitution to aatlnt-'oaafli
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Marschalk, Andrew, Sr. The Belton Independent. (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 19, 1858, newspaper, June 19, 1858; Belton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth180570/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.