The Belton Independent. (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 7, 1858 Page: 4 of 4
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íoFeMortSalag dmkea m*a ilOperday.
l CAMTOL HOTltL,
Boot , Tou,
TkmtM ■• Thatcher, Proprietor.
«las leased ud thorough- u
nuowi'l til aboye hotel B
Jly SOltu'W WW Bstrouag oftho trsv-™*-
■lilao moiId, iwl MMM thuM) « bu may f*Ti'r blin
«rltb tuelr oella, that no ««¿rts iba ba tpai'ud tu
mMetfeoirsMy agreeable. Hla accommodations fjr
.^S0*£2rca'lod>íwuváDl Dl Stable* altao^dtotho
•tí"! 11' "jr.*.TA FT, *"
BOOKiKLLKIt AND Bl'ATIUNKU,
nunua, iVIelodcona, Guita , Vi-
_ as, ato.« etc* etc.
A bilis íitlld Assortment of Buiet Muslo—New
„i ll lo any portlín of the
atieuUuu paid to Ca h
i ordo s.
Large Fireproof Ware Koine.
w. a. a rimas.
VI.HEHT k FWMEH,
agreeably V order. - maríír
11111051 raiw ANO WAHKllpWEi
T I. W. WHITMAHBH.
(Buooessor toT. H. Lubbock.)
a. l *■ runo*.
ALbEN k fULTON.
(fluouensora to Allnn, Bug'iy A 0".)
falta Factor ral Commission
Mil* and office Strmti, Umulan,
tv ulwr htl 0(1 COlUllllb..v.. «. —
^ In r. WJiUlLB.
mL «e DUIUliLli.
(vriLL Wore and forward Coima ami Merchan-
VV dtae, aill on commission or advance on the
•etna fcr Thlum
FACTORS. General Comuilaalnn anil
irding Merohants, Hoiiaten, Fexas.
C°íww rdinÍt Merobanti, nomitn, « uu.
Warehouses at me terminus of tlio Uontrai Railroad
"raraoa^alteiíüoo given to tlin sules of Cotton,
HMMi or Producá, and to the exucution of ordui'B tin-
tr?a¡8 •dya'«cei made on Cotton or otUor• couHgn-
dimU mii u* for or bbipment Co our friouiia at
^onáLgorneutH for shipment by tho Central
oad will not Ue tubjuui to drayagu. mar27
~ "" THOMPSON«"
Wholesale uud retail; Dealer
_ JÉrWatob work and all toi ls of Itojjuhjhig
woaaoADwau. .It a l'ADorrr.
W. C. BHOADWKLL k CO,
(At tbe aland of John 8. Hullera.)
A ND DEALERS IN OROOEIIIKS. I'JUIVI
, Llijuoia, etc., eto.,
ROBRRTH * CO..
Desdórala Groceries, Polola, Oils * SunArto*
MAIN STREET, HOUBTON.
flKatli uiJ i proinptly attended to. mart!
H. P. LEVY,
Baya Mid Sella Callea,
ItccilTfa and forward MerchandlM,
Main atrect. Mouaton. mari77_
W tf BIOS ..mi > A BIOS"
WM. n. RICJG 4k CO.,
And Wholeiiale Dealers ia
LOCATXD FITS MILKS TOT OF WACO
Rev. John Cullies Mra. A E Rows.
THE Faculty will bare every Depart-
ment filled with qualified and efficient
Term* Ptr Session of 5 Months, •
Primary Department, - • $10 00
Preparatory " • - - 18 50
Collegiate, (Engliah Studies) 15 00
Languages, eacn, * • - 10 00
Muaic, (Melodeon and Piano) each, 25 00
Liquors of all Kinds,
Bagging, Hope, Pttints, Oils
Window Glass, Iron, Nails
IRON ANO 8TEEL,
L19K AMD CEMENT,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
and a general stock oí
L. S. BEAHCE
|:|UY-> PIDES AND T'El.TllTKS, ANT) PAY THE
J) Highest Market Price In Cash, athisolflco
on Mmii ntroet. Houston Texas
11lls la oxoluslvely hie business, imd an h« buys en-
llroly for bliipniiMit, thns" sondlliK to him, muy ho
• in; of got'lug tbe best pilco that can be bud In the
market. . .. .
«Viudos sent to me from the country, will be re-
leivod at the Deitotof the iContiul Kalliond, Hoc ol
all expense for dru> ago, storage, etc. marSTy
JONES * DO'S EXPRESS"
rnnK ATTENTION of tbe Puhllo Is cal, oil to the la-
X cMtles presented l>y our line foroxprosa tiaua-
iioi taliun from Now Orloaiis to Oalruston, Hounton
and the Interior towns on thoroulo toAu.-tlii; also,
to I'owdorlioru, Ban Antonio, lirownsvllle and luter-
mt'illutH points. , , .......
Wu r rwunl any description ot Mei chandlsc.-also,
Bullion, «pecio, Uauk Notes, vuluablo pareóla, with
promptnets and illapatch. , ,
A spnclal Moss< nger (In our own employ) will
leavo the olllao at N. Orleans every Suniluy ¿t Wed-
noiday iiiorulng at 10>« o'elock. Leaving Powder-
horn (.ame days aa above ul 4 o'clock, r. and oltlce
In (ialvobton, every Thursday and Hundays at 4 v. u
This Kxprcaa will make alose conneolluu wlib tlio
"Oeoan Kxpross" to and from how York and North'
Oil)on In Houston—Hooker's building, cornnr Fan
nln and Franklin Streets. marS'y
CLARK k CO'S 8TABLK
rrtHF! 0NDHK9IONED INFORM THE PUBLIC
A that till,y havo greeted a Large and «r
l omraodloua Moble attlie above nanud *X^Tr
l luce. It is now, and will alwayn be well "71
AUCTION A OOMM18BION MF.U0HANTI?,
Whaleaale and Retail «rocera,
/-10KNBK MAIN A PBB8TON 8THKET8, SIGN Of
and'safó ^Warehouse, Con.lgn-
mar 37 y
" HE.'IRV HOUSE t CO.
TIflKPOW, B\8H and ÜLIND MANUFACTOIIV,
W Milam street, Houston, Toxan. aro propai'fti
Alto, Panel Uoora, rah
supplied with tho beat provender tilo oouutry ullorils.
Uarrlaiios, buggies ami Bsddle llorses furnished to
trav. llora who may wish them. . _
Ifenipitead In on the Houston and Texas Central
Railroad, 80 mllea from Houston, and the rotiil III
bo comp'oied and In runntngorilor to this point In a
fow mouths. niaili?y
a< L yoLioN y oamu urscono
M, L. FULTON A C., 1'norauToas,
Hempateud, Austin County, Texaa.
i ipiulo, lor the
sb, 8x1ft worth i Bo,-, frame to At 13 lights,
ft loin. Otazed «ash 10x11). wortu l')c.¡
IWSfc A«AM¿?: .W
glass, at the prloes named below.
joora, raised on ln'tli sldoa, woll flu-
en tbe axactslio the framo kiiouM bu I
convenience of our cuítemel a:
sasffuhiMt'wortiiio."fraiue'io ilt ti llgitis, 3 li 10) '
by (I ft a1* In, («hired sash, lOxlU, worm 81c.; frame
to ttt lights, ait io>i InxO ft HO, in. Winze,i naahlSx
)«. worth :kw.¡ framo to tit 13 lights, 8 It 10)< lu * 3ft
1 In. Ulaiuil sash 18x18. worth .'Mo,; framo to lit 13
llghtl, 8 ft fl In x 8 ftBJi In. Olakod s sh. 18x20, worth
*to., frame to lit 13 lights, 3ft 8 lu x7t Xln.mara? pd
A. J, HAT, II. O...........A, 11, K QOWAX.
Hit* Sc McGOWAN,
iBucocsaors to Roberts A Co,. In tlie Drug Business,)
WHOt.aatbB AMI) HMAIL llBAklllS IN
Oragti Medicine*, Orocerlca, Llquora,
, BIIFUMF.KY, WINDOW OLA8Í, PAINTH, OILH,
I Dye Btuffi, Ac., ¡sign ol tho large G Jiloii
It, iloustuu, Texua.
M are oonstantly receiving Iroali wuppllos oí —
all the above article', which wo nffiir on a ««>"d
ti ruta a* tbey ean be purchased olHewhere. Wo also
keep a very superior stock of Wltion and Prandlea,
jC*r*0rd°rs aoll'elttd, anil pronipttv attended to.
"wÍLLÍA ,n hT. wilson,"
IMPOltTFIIl AND DIlALKH IN
Hardware and Agrlenllnrnt Implementa,
WOOD and Wllloir Waro. Copper, Tin and Bhoct
Iron Ware, Cutlnry, N " —
' AMII1 Btones. Paints
ilfrlng A Force Pumps,
.. FT •! *lf vUMHI m t WSUB.
flrlnd AMIll Stones. Paints and oils,
hheet frpn and Zinc, Ci
^Ag'ntlSrHue'l,Dlaiton'a and Blakowell Circular
jril.^MOR R IS,
Maaalaetarer at store*, Pnmpt,
r<OrPRK, TIN AND RHFET IRON WAllB.
V' and lis Vira in Hard ware. Cutlery,
Tools, CaeUaae, aad Woodwnre, Mam
Hiraalk Houston. mai37y
FfDWVER Is CO.,
THOMAS BOND k CO,
14AVS AI.WAY ON HAND A VARIETY OF
AA OeanlaeTexaa Saddlea and Trees,
natto Ite aurpttasud in durability or noatuoati,
They are of all known patterns. Also,
r ara of all kuown patterns. Also,
JUariiMs of all kluds.
aneh aa Rnggr. brar, Wagon, etc. Call and see he-
lore you nuronasa elsowhere. Ortlers ftom a iliatauco
atleudeit to with proniptne * All repair* dono st
th« abort est notice, at the shop, next to llie Post or
Sea, Franklin lireet. Houston. inai37y
prepared to Inr-
ni fa/vivi n/iiw.nii
Travis Street, Housto
rrnn FRTBW«I|ÍMBÍNT IÍNDW IN
A oporatlou. Tho aob-crltwr • |>I
OpCl HHVtM • - - * — • - -V, " - W~ * —' ---
■Ilh tS tj¡¿ c 'tinlrv trade all Mucin of Crackers,
Orders Awn the country solicited and prcmpt'<- a-
etdSi lo. Luiai87-fltu 1 _ JitUN ¿lthNEDY
rpHW UVOERMoi^8nT"Ic"lil'!El< OS 1118
A plaakamjlB xb'j In Uouaum Texar. «
«ear tbe large Urlok We rehouse of Vincent
A Fisher, wfisre u prepared to do all k irnls <>r4K
beary wan la his line. Kopalrlug dune lFy
abort nettaa,and In the be«t. manner,
Heavy Prairie Plows made In the uioit substantial
aurtly _ „ _ Pint' THOMPBQN
¿7MeOOWRN'S iron foundry,
Orrotrra tan Direr or tus Csntbal Haiuioad,
■ w bush w o o wasoM w rouxo
BUSH, WILSON CO.,
(Successors to Bnnh A Hargrovo)
Receiving, l orwardlng^nnd Commission
A T ALL TBKMINI OF HOUSTON AN TEXAS
A Central Hallroad. are now prepared tu rectore
consigninents at burton, midway botwecu Hockley
uud Hempstead. mariWr
. WALKER HOTEL.
A. M. Walk sit, PaontiRTOB,
1 tit. WALKER HAS BRMOVED Irom llouiovllle
XJ to Hockley, whore be will he pleasetl t" jr •
rt celve his old patron*, and pledges himself |7J
to render general aatlalkction to tbe travelling
interest. He has a Uuek to accommodate those t...
may wish to leave tho Btago houte. mai27,ly.
II ANN A Y fe HALL,
Storage, Forwo ihañta,* fe Commission
HOCKLEY AND HEMPSTEAD,
Or at the terminus of the Houston and Texas Central
•\\/"lLL HUY AND BKLL COUNTRY PH
W and aro prepared to ltee.iov , Btoie^a*^
anil Forward all Merchandise for the Inte-aT®.•
rior, and advance tho charges on the euinu FirJ :-iil )
Br ordering to our caro, all expenses
cept draynge, will bo saved at Houston.
Mark pacsugcare HAH. mar27y
E. R. HUBBY fe WIKCKS,
Denier* in Drug*, Groceries and Liquor*,
HA1DWAUE. (iUNrt AND PIJTOLS, PAINTS,
Oiib, Varnishes, llliisa. Fancy Omnia, Frr
fliinory, Hooks, Btationury, Wall Paper, QardonVtf
Bced, Patent Medicines etc., etu., eiu„ gTt
Hockley and Hempstead, (Texaa.
mar 27 y
Lesbona in Wax fruit <b flowers com. 10 00
" in Embroidery, - 10 00
Contingent Fee, • - - 1 00
Board, including liglit, washing, <tc., at $8
per mon lb.
Payment muat bo made at tbe close of the
No deduction for absence unless in ca*.eg
of protracted illnets.
Board of Director$:
ColH Aiken, Belton. Rev Mordeicp Tell,
tied, N Byars, llirdville, T P Ayeoclc
Springftcd, N Bvars, llirdville, 1
Esq., Maliin, Hon. R N Goode,
Call, John Cobba. J HSparks, mid William
Oill Knqs., Capí George Erath, Waco; Amos
Morrill, Austin; W B Walker, Houston.
WACO STEAM MILL.
THIS Mill is now preparad for grinding
Wheat and Coon. The very best
French Burr Rocks, only, nre used; and the
work has been done by Mr Joseph Giles
who ia kuown as one of the very oest Mi
wrights in the state,
july30;14lf T H BARRON" & t
OWENSVILLE, ROBERTSON CO., TEX
B. F. Moons Pboprietob.
rpHE Proprietor respectfully iu-|fM|a
JL forms the travelling public that Ill-ill
his Hotel is still open, and is kept in as
food order as any public house in Texas,
'is table is provided with all the market
affords, and liis beds are comfortable, His
stable is abundantly supplied with corn and
The town of Owensville is in a flourish-
ing and improving condition, and for.health
nnd ber uty of location cannot be surpassed
in he State. junlC; 37;v2;y.
East corner of the Public Square.
Something of Interest to the
Travel ling Community.
IfR. J. W. SMITH, oí Me.
redian, Bosque Oounty, is build*
ing a fine, large Hotel, for the accom-
modation of travellers. The building
will front on Main street ninety feet,
and the rooa.s will mostly have fire-
places in them, so that persons stopping
at the house can be tnade comforta-
table in the most severe weilther.—
Corn and fodder will be supplied when
it can be had within a hundred miles
of Meredian. The table will bu sup-
plied with the best there is in the
country, and the stay of the traveller
made as agreeable as at any town in
Northern Texas. The house will be
ready to receive travellers by the first
Febl0-6t J. W. SMITH.
rjUIIB OUSK 13 PLEASANTLY SITUATED ON
£?rS<f! Lbe ihlpped o
„..v Uoiioté ... —j
on the other aide being v. fill rauaewuyed and dry
The proprietor w ill mako it lila aim 10 keep an ex-
Oflllent hotel, bavin# everything required to make
CORNER MARKET AND CENTRE STREETS,
a. S. KKLL Y. J>Ji0rJtIi!2 0n. t
.•JtUr-Haggairo convoyed to uud from ihe Boats lioc
F. A. RICE,
H • u a t o ii,.-.Texaa,
ItEALElt In Furniture,Carpets, Oilcloths,
1' Mattings. Druggets, P a p a r Hang nga,
Window Hhaites,Curtain 0. «Ib Trimming*.
Piano Fnrtoe, Hewing Mnehluns, Wood and
Willow Ware, Ao„ do. Agent íor Parkliurst's atoel
Cylendcr Oln. ^ mar20y
Uiilveslon Agrlcuituriil WirMoitir,
Isaac o wii.t lAMf ..and ....tho* x ooarrow
11 uve « oclsted m, rr the fruí of
ISAAC G. WILLIAMS te CO.,
Cotton Factor* nnd ^enernl C'ammleaion
It TORO CASTLF. Bl'llAND, GALVESTON, and will
ivA u Hl give prompt, personal atf ntiou to the
Bale of 0 .Won, Purchasing and shipping supplies,
roeutvlng ami forwarding Merchandise, Ao. [ap)24
IO Wl L1.IAMB A Co have In Store, and are reco ;-
vina a largo auick or Aqbicvltdiai. amii Hobticul-
TUBAt ittrLBMKMTa snlted to the growing want* o
the country; and having made arrangements with
manufacturers at tlieNorth tor early and frill sup.
ios. Is prepared to 1111 all ordera tor Implements of
Husbandry Mat iilnury. Ao., or superior qnallty nnd
at moderate prices. Amoug thoto area great varl-
PliOUaBft-Cast. Wrought and Bteel, from llgbtona
Cotton Sweeps, Hora*
CoVllN'sHKIXKUfr-^ug^aiid Double,for Hand and
Mowing and Reaping M eiilnofc
- andCradl* ! Ft-''"ng Millas
■■ itihlnea: Boras and,
AUSTIN, TEXAS.—The under- M
signed takes pleasure in infor- IS.
ruing his friends and tbe traveling public
that his Hotel, formerly ;.hn Metropolitan
has been thoroughly renovated and furnish
ed with everything necessary to the comfor-
and convenience of guests, and he is now
prepared to accomodate all who may favor
niru with a cull, in a manner which l>- "aels
assured will give satisfaction. Nc jjns,
labor or expense will be spared to j jaiote
the enjoyment of his guests and keep hs
table supplied witü the best the country
Conncctcd with the Hotel is a large and
commodious stable, attended by careful and
He returns his grateful thanks for past fa-
vors, and hopes to merit their continuance
in his new quarters. E. B. SMITH
Sept. 4th, '56-ly.
- . - -p.. . , w ^^^^-^---^0-0-1^-1.-0-
CAUTION TO STOCK RAISERS
SCREW WORM&BLOW FLY,
Loudon & Go's
r PHK original discovery and the only rali-
X able artiole for the immediate destruc-
tion of the Screw Worm and Blow Fly.
This Liniment has now been before the
citiaena of Texas for over three years, and
haa been thoroughly tested as a positive
and speedy exterminator of those destruct-
Louden A Co. justly claim the discovery
of this great remedy, and until the preseut
year noother Liniment was offered or known
for the ¡relief of the Graziers of Texas; but
now, the unprecedented popularity of our
Cherokee Liniment has induced—the pecu-
niary reward—the proprietors of the various
imitations afloat, to palm off their worthless
articles upon the unsuspecting, without re-
gard to justice, or any known merit in the
We call upon all interested to
BEWARE of all other Liniments
claiming to destroy the Screw Worm and
prevent the attack of the Blow Fly, as they
are all imitations, covertly to trifle with the
credulity of the people.
as designing persons havit imitated our
Liniment, they will doubtless try to imitate
our original Show bill and Bullock, tbe bet-
ter to cover their deception, we refer to
the following well known guutlemen in
Texas—many others might be named—who
will vouch for the signal efficacy of our
Liniment, to wit r w H^nry Elliot and
aoberts & co, Houston; nr Francis t nuf-
fau, Austin ; non d o nickson, Anderson;
aogaii & ueppenstull, LMkliart; nr John
Sutherland, Bexar co; nr o n Stewart
nanville; m o <fc b l Rogers, and Myers
glipons A co, Huntsviile; r t s walker,
Gonzales; nr EC Anderson, seguin; nr „
n Labadie, and sr southvick, Galveston;
n ii wlialey & Co, cenlreville; Dr John
xolliver, columbus; chambers a Adams,
and licuaban, rarland a co, Richmond;
Dr w a Davis a co, lialiettsville: j m
seuss a oo. mdianola; wm 'johnson,
xauffman; bs walcott, nouey Grove ; dr
d 0 Gregory, La&range ; dr i r Heard;
Leoua ; arey a niiliard, Matagorda; dr F
Beaumont, Lavaca; drj lsears, and cm
Buoby a Co, waco ; Breckenridge, Bates a
co, and coleman a sro, texana; j m de-
vine acó, san Antonio; and dr b f suck-
Our cherokee Liniment uiay be liad o<
Merchants and druggists in nearly every
own in Texas.
prepared only by LoudF.N a co,
84 Arch it., Phila.
Forsale wholesale and retail, by Wm. D
Eastland & Co., Belton, 7'exas.
MOFFAT'S LIFE "PILLS
rPHE best family Medicine now before
X the public for the cure ol Scrofula, Ul-
cers, Scurvey, eruptions of the skin, Fever
and ague. Dyspepsia, Dropsy, and in fact
most all diseases soon yield to their curative
It has been computed that during the
last twenty five years upwards of Four mil-
lions of persons have been benefitted by
the use of these medicines; a faet which
speaks volumes in favor of their curative
properties—a single trial will place them
\ beyond the reacli of competition in the es-
! timation of every patient. By their use the
blood is restored to a healthy state and freed
from all impurities. The system it not re-
duced during their operation, but invigora-
ted, and they require no restraint from busi-
ness or pleasure.
The afflicted have in these medicines a
remedy that will do for them all that medi-
cine can posstblv effect
WM. B. MOFFAT ML D.,
J. G. & D, BELL)
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALEBSIN
SILVERWARE , WATCHES,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
ENGRAVERS nnd manufacturers of all
articles in their line.
Orders accompanied with the cash, will
meet with prompt attention.
Factory and Store, on Maiu street, founth
door East of tho Main Plaza, in the brick
iuuMon Tap-IUUrosd*, freuid drayngu*
■. D. TA1L0B H. BAOST.
TAYLOR fe BAGBY,
CSMon Factara nnd GeneraL.Cammlaaloa
YUJR'B OLO H'l'ANI) ....IIOl'M'ON,
-|LL ff:re. Ball, stid Fitrward CJotton aud Mer-
Plantation aud ltoadWagona;
Ourden andDlrt Barrowsi
TAYLOR'S OLD STAND ,.,.1101'MON,
■drriLL Ht-.re.8all, sud Forward (Mton and M i
W ebaudlaa, or advance uii the saina lor ship,
""niara Ibr PlanUtlon Suppllaagroinptlr espoaded
pkaa acceaspsuiad win. v *)i or preeuc*. J[mri
Oak Tanned Stretched Leather, from J toll Inches
VuManltod llubber, Sand «ply. all wldtha;
nr Irani lioso. P poa and Coupling;
U -e Lent "JJ^UDKN BMCDbI
ALSO—Agout lor K. t ailor A Co.'a Improved Cot-
tonOiña;ffWñwwñv Viitent OrlatlIiÚ*; McConl'a
Patcjit antl-Mctlo !...t«e Power, Ibr I or I Uotiaa
~~V WM. 0LIPHANÍ
^ Silvei'Bmith, Jeweler
PECAN ST., AUSTIN TEXAS.
Repairing done and warranted.
Engraving neatly executed.
The celebrated Seth Thomas Clocks for sale.
fvol 1 n4-ly.
Casa Blanco for Salei
I WILL SELL upon advanlayeona JhK
terms, my late re*iilence upon Cedur lllMI
Creek, / mile* north of Beltou, embrar'ng a
tract of 673 aerea, about 75 whioh are en.
oloaed by a good cedar fence A oomfortable
dwelling house and out houie*, agrod cistern
and well 45 feet deep, tat mostly ,r roughaolid
ock, the water in which, even h .hi* dry time
rpproachea within 3 or 4 fee.i l'tho surface
••re on the premisee. A hci\utif'ji, high, heal.
a|,y locution, coiiunanding a view of many
mile* in every direction. P.enty of aprlnga
and stock water at convenient distances, fair
rango See., itc.
Good Cedar Lund forsale in the heigbor-
hood, in quantities to suit purchasers.
For particulars enquire of Dr Eastland at
Belton,, or to my*ell' on Elm Creek, one and
half a mile* above Childress'.
july3-10v9tf UKRMuN AIKEN
,W D E a CO in Belton
KNEEL AN D'S PILLS.
MW. DAMRON Esq.. Assessoi A Col-
. lectortof Bell county, says: "I have
for sometime been afflicted with something
like dyspepsia. I took Kneeland's PMs ac-
cording to directions, and now find myself
stouter and heavier than I have been for two
years past. They do not, like most purga-
tive medicines, leave my bowels locked up.
consider them the most valuable pills
Prepared by W D Eastland & Co Belton,
their preparation is no sea/ct.
,F FREE MEDICINE and POPULAR
Knowledge; organized for the purpose
of arresting tho evils of worthless and spu-
rious nostrums, and ft* supplying Families
with Reliable Domestic Remedies,, have,
sent toEastlard & Co., sonto of their val-
uable compounds. viz.
Rowand's Tcr.ic Mixture for Ague and
Rowand's Syrup of Blackberry root, for
Univerity's Remedy for the Lungs, Ac.
do do for Costive bowels Ac
do do for Dyspopsia or Indi-
Unlike the various nottrumi of the day,
these remedios depend upon their merits
or popularity. All the University ask is a
air trial. For rale by
june!3-ly EASTLAND & CO
Magazine itreet, between Oravier and Natche*
R. S. MOUSE, Proprietor.
THE Propletor respectfully informs a¡a
his friends and patrons and the JfiaL
public generally, that t "« well known and
popular establishment has been thoroughly
renovated the past season, and newly fur-
nished throughout. A large extension of
l.« l.unn aktasnad kv nfritirifllot h
ing, w...w. — -
date a much larger number ot customofs
than laat winter.
No expense has been spared by the pro-
prietor to enable him to merit a continu-
ance of the generous patronage he has here-
tofore received; and every exertion will be
made by himself and assistants, to render
the sojourn of his guests not only comforta-
ble, but agreeable. ,t , .
One great convenience of this notel is,
that weal can be had at almott all hour*.
N «w Orleans, sep34-ltf
CLOCKS! CLOCKSI!—At reduced prices
attba (jan9) DRUGSTORE.
J. N. HOUSTON. 5. E. BRADFORD
HOUSTON & BRADFORD
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
\JO ILL practice in the courts
*' of the 19th Judicial DistricT
and the Supreme courts at Austin,
deel 9:2:34: If.
D T CHAMDERLIN J T FLINT
CHAMBERLIN & FLINT.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GENERAL COLLECTING 8t LAND AGENTS,
BELTON, Bell County, TEXA£.
"PENDLKTON & MCILHENÑYT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BELTON, Bell County, TEXAS,
WILL practice in the Coarta of thelStb,
Juo cial District, apd the Supreme
Court at Austin. muy23y,
X. B. SANDERS,
Attorney & Counselor nt Law,
And General Land Agent,
Belton, Bell County, Texas,
j^cHOOL BOOgfi-Qulta a vsrlaty,
pSNCII^—Fabar's Black Lead and «aU. ^ ^ ^
ipOBACCO jut raclvad, and mora
Q.LAM TUkllLtltS, not all goo* yet. ^UIIaMjy;
rLARDEN SEEDS.—Landtetb k Bon1*
« supply. Freak and Genulua; going
call too lata, Wit,
It/TUNEY WANTED in exchange for ni.tsa aad "llttla,
IVi accounts." Tskatbe bint. WDEfeCO
OPIKlTd TURPENTINE-vEnougb tor all aunaierT"
Vf DBA CO
T INSEED OIL—Plasty Ibr aU who want It.
•o. W DEhCO
PUTTY AND WINDOW CLASS for those ia aearsh,,
L of light. W D I k CO
T?DITORB«ay thos> Mil best bargains who advert lie.,
Call and aae. W D B A CO
T EMON SYRUP—A first rate article.
Li, W D E A CO
tor of Caldwell Hotel,
NFORMS his numerous friends and'
former patrons, that he has opened the
above hotel nt Hempstead, direetly oppo- <
site the Rail Boad depot, whore be is now
prepared to entertain "the great travelling:.*
Public" with the best fare the market af-
fords. His Louse shall be inferior to none-
in the State, while he will use every egsr*
tion to make it the best. A good table,
the Supreme and Federal Courts at Austin^
JUSTICE OF THE
JOHN H. ISBELL,
u'i u iriüílt
elton, Bell County, Texas,
Tl/'ILL attend to locating land in the
* ' upper Trinity, Brassoa and Leun
country, nnd also the payment of tax s
and perfecting titles. The fMstriet
Survt yor's Office for Milam Land Dis-
trict beinm located in Belton, aflords
him superior facilities for giving bis
personal attention to all business with-
in the District. He has a thorough
knowledge of the country, having been
engaged in the business for ten years,
and pledges himself that all business
entrusted tohim will be faithfully and
promptly Utended to upon reasonable
erms. * sept26:22v2:ly
experience, will not fail to give entire v %•
faction. Other buildings are soon t *
erected, which will enable him to accoi o-
PEACE, | data and please all who may try him.
A good stable near, attentive hostlers, and.,
plenty of provender. _ febSOtf
THE undersigned nespecifully informs tha
public that his Seminary is in success-
ful operation, and that he nns affected ar-
rangements with a competent Female teach-
er, whom be expects in a few days.
He would further stalo, that the report
of his school beinp crowded, is not true. Hq
is prepared torecieve and nttend particular-
ly to ail pupil. who may be sent lo him.
Ho wishes to have his patrons call fre-
quently upon him, and he will take picas;
urein showing the progress made by thei
children. ml3tf T C
DRS EMBREE & BRADFORD,
Physicians & Surgeons,
HAVE removed their office to the small
frame building on the north sido of
.lie Public Square, for some time pnst occu-
Lied by E. Walker Esq. aug22ti
John A- Buckliolts.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
a. j. evans. l. l. 1i0rn®.
> EVANS & HORNE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
II AVE this day associated
themselves together for the prac
ice of the Law, and offer their joint
services to their friends in this and sui
j. m. norris, j. l. l. mccall.
Gates ville, Texas. Waco, Texas.
NO KRIS & MCCALL,'
A TTORNE YS A T LA W.
M. D. HERRING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and notary public.
Sepl2:1057;ly. WACO TEXAS.
s h skiff f faby
S. H. SKIFF, & CO.,
WHOLESALE Dealers in Groceriet,
Provisions, Liquors, SfC.. Main street,
Hides and country prounce taken in ex-
change for goods. " [nov281y]
u"rvsoN & co.
Successors to Tyson Bradley Se Co.
Main Street, Houston, Texas.
WILL keep constantly on hand a Gener-
al su.ppty of Groceries and Plantatiou
Supplies. Prompt attention paid to Receiv-
ing and forwarding and executing orders.
Liberal advances made on cotton and other
produce for sale in this market, or for ship-
ment to our Friends in th3 North or Europe
AMONG our late arrivals may befoun:
the following valuable Reading books
Poetical works of Milton, Tupper, Gray,
Collins, Beattie, Kirk White, Wordsworth,
Lives of Washington, Marion, Franklin.
Lives of the Signers of tho Declaration
of Independence. t
Green Peas, Long look ahead, Wanderer,
Ernest Linwood, Ruth Hall, History of Hen
Fever Last of the Forresters.
Olnuy's, Mitchell's and Smith's Geogra-
phies and Atlasses, McGuflfsy's series, Far-
ley Tales, and most of the school books in
common uso. Usual supply of Pf>n«- Ink,
Paper, Envelopes, Wafers, Sand, Sand Bxs.
Paper weights, Drawing Materials, water
solors, Ac. ,[jy9] EASTLAND A CO
urein showing the progress made b^ their
THE undersigned has purchased
the celebrated Stallion OLE A-
VER, and will stand him tho ensuing sea-
son, one-half the time at the' residence o¿'
Mr John S Blair, neur Belton; tbe other
half at his own residence near the Lampad-
snsMiil. Terms—Eight and Twelve Dot
lars. (mai-13-Sni) N M PROCTOR
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH.
THE undersigned informs the public tha
be fe fully prepared to do all work in,
his line, such as repairing Shct Guus, Ri-
fles and Pistols. He will also repair door
Locks and make Keys. All fine work in.
Iron done at short notice.
fel)6-6m 0 HOERHOLD
HOE & CO'S CAST STEEL
PATENT GROUND SAWS
rl'HE subsribers manufacture from the
J. best Cast steel Circulas Saws from 2
inches to 6 feet in diameter. These saws are
hardened and tempered, and are ground and
finished by machinery, designed expressly
for the purpose, and are therefore, much su-
perior in truth and uniformity of surface to
those grorud in tho usual manner. They
require less set, less power to drive them,
a-e not so liable to become heated and pro-
duce a saving of timber, They also man-
ufacture Cast Steel
Mill, Pit and Crosscut Sates # Billet Webs,
of superior quality, all of which they have
for sale at their warerooms,
Nos 29 & 31 Gold Strbbt,
or they may be obtained also of tbe prinel-
Sal Hardware Merchants in the U Stales A
añada. R HOE A Co.
Printing Press machiae and Saw Manufac-
Nos. 29 and 31 Gold Street, New York.
Tho following extract is from a report
made by a committee of scientific and prac-
tical gentlemen, appointetl by the American
'■Yonr committee are of unanimous opin-
ion that in the apparatus invented by R. M.
Hoe for grinding Saws, ho lias displayed
great ingenuity and tact in the adaptation ot
machinory to the production of results in
the manufacture of Saws which may with
propriety be denominated tho ne plus ultra of
Illustratied Catalogues, containing prices
in detail, with descrption of saws, and al-
so containing directions for setting and
sharpening with other information of interest
to the Sawyer, will be sent by mail to h«
ddress of parties desiring the tame. augS
LARGEST Establishment in the South,
at 171 A ITS Canal street, New Or
leans, La, All new stock. The undersign-
ed having opened a largo and splendid as-
sortment of new Southern Furniture, id pre- ,
pared to supply the trado and families on t
the most liberal terms. This beiug the on-
ly new stock in the city, purchasers will
-find it to their advantage to call and exam-
ine the goods and learn the prices before
Will keep constantly on,
hand marble, sofa and cen-
tre tables, extension tables,' _
of mahogany, walnut and oak, and of all
sices; rosewood and mahogany work and
card tables; dressing tables, walnut and
cherry dining tables, oak, walnut, mahoga-
ny and rosewood sideboarda *nd bureuas;
washstands, bedsteads, armoirs, par-
tí^ lor chairs, tete-a-tetes, ottomans, d-i
m vans, easy chairs, rockers, etegers, se-
cretaries and book cases, oak and walnut
dining room and office ehaira; ehildran'a
chairs and rockera, mahogany and walnut
teapoy a nd ligtt ^«des. Hair, moss and
spring mattresses, looking glasses and mat
arior sets, together with
found in a Furniture
ting, osewood pai
Warehouse. .j "
This is an entirely new establlsluMntand
no old stock on hand. Pi.rchasej( will find
it greatly to their interest to gtafc this store
a oall before buying elsewheiy; M the pro-
prietor is confident that hyean offer tnem
newer styles of the most Tashionable Fur-
niture' more substantially made, and at
51'i'uter bargains than/any other liouae ii)
le city . CUÁs A STEWART,
aug2J2-ly /New Oileahs.La.
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Marschalk, Andrew, Sr. The Belton Independent. (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 7, 1858, newspaper, August 7, 1858; Belton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth180577/m1/4/: accessed March 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.