The Belton Independent. (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 23, 1858 Page: 2 of 4
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THE BELTON INDEPENDENT.
Awn' Oriental Win .
USED M a Tonic and for general debili-
ty. A full supply at the
7 DRUG STORE.
i: tr«r Notice.
TAKEN Up by D. W. Smart, and ehtray-
ed before S. Fletcher, Esq., on the 14,li
of October, 1858, one gray horse, abuut
13 year old, hand high, scar on the
tiii.d part o I his left thigh, scar on the right
aide it his neck, that have the appuuranco
of bains shot, some saddle marks, val at
*35, 8. FLEHOHKR, Cl'k,
^ C.C. L. C. T. •
Lampasas, Oct. 15th, 1858. [no25-4w.
XTOTICE is heretyr given ''int> at l'10
1^1 March (1858) Term of Ihe Probate
Court of Bell county, Texas, the hut Will
and Testament of It. S Stubbl<;ficld, dec.,
Was probated and Letters Testamentary
«•re issued to the undersigned, as Executor
of the same,
oci83.nS5 6w I. N. 8TUBBLEFIELD.
LETTERS of administration, upon Ihe
estate of Wilny Daggett, deceased, hav.
i rig been granted to the undersigned by the
Honorable l'robate Court of Comanche
county, all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified, that unless
they pr entlbein within tiie time jiresrcib-
ed by law, they will be forever barred; and
those indebted t'i said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Adrnint'r Estate Wiley Baggott, dee'd.
octlü:24v3:Cw,| f $7
THE STATE OF TEXAS. >
County ok Milam.$
T the ►herill of Mllum County!—Greeting.
WHEREAS, John Bucklioits hat tiled
his petition in the oftlcu of the Clerk
of the District Court, to bit hoi leu in and
for said couuty and State, «Hedging, among
other things, that A. W. Sillaven made, exe-
cuted nnd delivered, to one Beverly Pool, a
bond for three hundred and sixty-nine dol-
lars, conditioned to pay suul sum of money
to the said Pool in case lie should loose three
hundred and sixty-nine aeres of land in
Milam county, on the San Gabriel River,
part of the headriglit of William McLuin,
and also pay legal irterest upon said sum
of money, which bond was executed on the
9th day of Juna, 1852. and transferred to
O. B. Harris mi the 13th day of December,
1858 ; on the 29th day of April lh5l, trans-
ferred to L. E. S. Williams, and by said
Williams transferred to Jolm UiickholtH, on
the 2nd of September, IMB. This suit is
brought to recover the money due upon said
bond, the said Sillaven having 0011 veyed
no title, and the land having been lost, and
affidavit is filed by the plaintiff thai the
defendant, A. W. Sillaven, is a non rebi
These, are therefore, to command you to
•ummon the said A. W. Sillaven, by publi-
cation, to be made in the weekly Indepen-
dent, a newspaper published in Beiton,
Veil county, Texas, for four successive
Weeks, to be and personally appear before
the District Court, to be iielu in and for said
couuty, at tne town of Cameron, on the
eight Monday alter the fourth Monday'in
September, A. D., 1858; then and there to
answer this petition, and show cause, if any
be has, why tho prayer of said petition
should not be granted, and have you then
and there this writ, executed and returned
•ccordiug to law.
WITNESS J. 0. ROGERS, Clerk
of siad Court, and the seal thereof
'affixed, at Cameron, this the 7th duy
of October, 1858.
J. 0, ROGERS,
Cl k D. C. M. C,
Came to hand this, the 7th day of Octo-
ber, 1858, and the same day ordered a copy
of the original citation now in my hands
tot service, to be published for four succes-
sive weeks in the Weekly Independent, a
newspaper published in Beiton, Bell coun-
RUFUS STINNETT Sli'ffM. 0.
By James Jkkkbies, Deputy Sheriff,
net 15-n24<4w-pf $15.
The State of Texas—County
rpAKEN UI* bv P M I .ampler nnd estruyed before
* 1)(J Davis, J 1' M C. two Hti'ors, «mu black, brand-
ed F, marked split hi tho ritflit and uudtr half crop
in the left ear, 7 yrs old, val at $-f> dolls. The <>t 1 -
•r, red nnd white, branded W, marked cr<>|> in the
right and split in the lelt ear 6 or li y ra old, val at
doll . !H pt. lüth, iMiS.
TAKKN' Up by Joseph Puto and est rayed before W
W .Vittitli, J 1' >1 C, ono dark bay stud. ;i y ra old with
oneliind foot white and white «pot in the forehead,
branded JK, connected, on tho nUmilder, val at $;J0.
AImo «me dark brown stud, :¿ yrs old, ail of Iiíh 1'eot
white, oru'early no, brauded H, val at $26. June 14,
TAKEN'Up by Jumes It. Jones and «strayed bo*
fore Ú Hurlen, one yoke oxen, one branded |I,
•marked swullowlbrk in tho right ear and crop ami
tinder half crop in the left ear, color red* tint point*
•ol both horn nntv«4 off; tho other branded If on the
right hip and KT on the left hip, murked crop ulT
tht'iifflit and swullowfork in the loit ear, while back
red hides, rigiit horn broke utf. May I lth 1868.
.TAKKN Up by S W Sanders and est rayed before W
iBHtreetman, J 1* M C, one work ox, red and while
•peckled, marked crop oil' right war, nnderidnpw in
the left, branded Q, val at $18 July L'ii, lHiiH.
TAKKN Up by James 11 Hoitzciaw and est rayed be
tfoio 1> U l avih, J P M <\ one dark bay hors , botli
hind feet white, small snip on Iiíh nose, small «addle
mark, «car tm Iiíh right hind font, branded J<T join-
ed, about 9 y ra old, 14 hand high j val at $&0. July
V.UvKN Up by Hugh Shafer and estrayed before W
W .*mith, J I' M CJ, ono blue specked ox' marked tin-
derbit in the right ear mid crop and under bit in the
lelt, vmi $20. July 13, 1858.
TAKKN Up by JackHon Hinfer and estrayed IhMoic
W It Streetinan, J I' M C, one brown work ox, some
white HpeckH on iiíh baek, marked crop oil' the ritflit
and swullowfork in the left ear, brauded W on the left
and on the right aide with a circle, val al $'JU. Au-
fiint 14, 1868.
TaKKN Up by Wrn M Maugham nnd eatrayod be-
fore Hiram Heed. J I' M C, one brown mare, about S
yrs old 16han«U high, some middle murk*, star in the
roiehead, snip on the none, branded on the lelt ahmtl
dtr with «-5C val at $00; also one two year lior.se coll,
a bay with star in the forehead, val at $40; also one
ilron gray. two year old, with «tur in the foreheud val
:ftt $40 ; also one light sorrel horse, bina* face, about
lft.or.& yru old, 14 hands high, branded on tlie right
,«boulder J val at $7ft. August 2nd 1858.
fl'AKKN Uli by C J Hcott and estrayed before J T
(Chihlreaa, JrM C. imp cliVKlnut norri'l, ninr un<l mlt
.«uppoied t<> be t'J yrn <>1(1 14 lunilla lililí, bnnuluii.11*
couiiucteU 1 nt 4U. \utrii"t "3, ls^s.
T.iKEN lip by A K Bell ami oatrnyixl lioloro Win IÍ
Strcfttiiimi. J 1' M C, init- aiu'ri'l rúan IIIly, a.vr* nlit,
about 14 luuds high, u<i Inund, val nt 40. August
TAKEN I'd by F M r topheui nnd eatrnyod before .1
T Clilldtra, J I' M C. oneMirrol mare, about 8yra old,
with blate face, noiue white on left 'ore foot and left
hind foot. him a scar on her withers, collar marks and
«addle mark, her left eye out, 16 bauds high, val at
•56. August 23,1868.
TAKKN Up by John J Pemberton nnd cMrityod be-
fore KHarlen, J l' M C, one brown mare, baa three
white ft t both fore and left hind fool, branded C W
on thtahoulder, val at $76. S>ptember 7,1668.
TAKEN Up by A Carter and cstravid before Jamen
C Griffin, J 1* M C, one Iron gray mare, 8 or 4 yraold,
branded jg | > on the left ahouldcr,a Spanish brand
.on the left thigh, ligare 6 on the back part of the
«ame, about 14 hand*high,val at $26, both forefeet
white, some white on the face; also one iron Uray
horse, a or 4 >r old, branded Son the lelt shoulder, i
a Spanish brand on the left thigh, the left fore and j
,the right hind foot white, some white in bis face. 1
about 14,Vi bauds high, val at $22 60; also one dun
' horse, tt or 4 yrs old, branded S on the left shoulder, i
('a Spanish brand on the right thigh, a star in the !
' face and snip on the none, the right eye white, about
14JÍ hands high, val at $22 60; also one tlcabiiten
bay horse, 7, or 8 yrs tdd, branded v on the left shoul-
. der, a Spanish brand on the left thigh, the right hind
loot white, some white on the left lore foot, val at
$40; also one sorrel mare, 12 or 14 yrs old, branded
11 S on the lelt shoulder, a Spanish brand on the left
<high, left hind loot white, about 14 hands high, val
lit $18. September 9, 1868.
TAKF.N C'p by Jumes \V Duke and estrayed before
,Wtn B Utreetman, J I' MC, one gray horse, about 10
ira old about 15 hands high, vol at $00. Svptum*
er 26, 1868. W. 1). KING,
' oct. 10 u 4 Iw. CCMC.
Near IIrenhum, Washlnston Co., Texoi.
Can now I o prucurcil u tolerably good BU|>|ily of
FRUIT TREES, ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, 8tC.,
Of tho very boat varieties, and line growth.
Catalogue on Application.
rpHE Bubscribor propost'B lo take contracts
JL to HEDOE. Teruw, $100 per mile.
See direction for preparing 11(.'(1ku icw.
Ac., in tlie culuimiH ol' the Helton Indepen-
dent, Oetubur 10. 1H58. (1st pago.)
Orders addressed as above, will receive
N. B.—THE SOÜTÍTKRN NUKSERTES
at Washington, Mish., ara still kept up with
the usual full and excellent stock of Fbuit
and out Kit Tubus, and Plants, Ac.
Orders for points easily accessible from
the Sea Coast, or from Red River, Ac., had
better bo sent there; where tlie subscriber
wi.l attend to tho business in person, as
usual this comini; winter.
oct9.n23-ly. TUOS. AFFLECK.
AT the Central Nurseries, Texas, ono of
Pauk's Cibcui.ab Saw Mills, 26 feet
ways, 44 inch saw, with pulleys, bands,
Ac., and ono of I'aye'a Cant-iron Horse ¡'itin-
era, for 4, (i, or 8 mules or oxen, for driving
the Saw mill; the whole in complete run-
ning order; cuts, with ease, 1,500 feet of ce-
dar per day. For terms, address,
Til OS AFFLECK,
oct9-n23-tf. Washington, Miss.
BETWEEN the Lampasas River and
Helton, a Carpal Usik, locked,
which I ho owner can have by proving prop-
erty and paying for this advertisement.
Call at ihis oliicc, or on Joel D. Blair, Esq.
Beiton, Oct., 9-lf.
WACO FEMALE COLLEGE.
llfv. Win. IVIeK, La in lull ti, President.*
fita, Sim?. 4 . Lninlulh , AaalMtiiitt.
MImn. II. U. I.Miibdlu, IVPuaic '|«'«u ln*r.
Mr*. Ull7.u Nlclioh, itiuaieTnuchi'.r.
huaíid oh tmf'itf.k44.
fípn. J. W . speiiiht, President.
It. v. (¿eo. \\ I'rntlier,
Juo. A. Cold , I s<|.,
It ifllurd Coke,
IVr. 1). It. 'I'iiialcy,
IS. fr. Artiol'1 l>q..
Itcv. VV. \V. DiM'III,
Oro. It* ISrwny, L'mik.
• r. I. I-mié,
L. Powell, l!!ii|M
I'-. it, liiiily, secretary.
oomvbrp-m k s *'•! of visitors.
Itev. i>i. Veil.
H«vt A# Fisher.
rpiII8 Institution Ih now Ittlio n«l Feseh.n, under
A ItH proeont management. U Is the determina-
tion of tho Hoard to «paro no nuctrtBar? effort to
innko It. a Hem I tin r y or tho h'ffhobt niurli.
The Depaitment of Modem LanguiROH receives
<wp«'clalattention from the PicsUlent and Faculty.
The Department of MuhIc, under the Joint direct-
ion ol' Mrs. Nichols and Mitts. Lmiilidin, gives facli -
tío Tor inu-ical training on tho Piano, Guitar, and
Moloilian ami in Voeal mut-lc, not suip tssed by any
reñíalo Seminary in Ta xas. Tho iiintrurueiits are
new and good and tho Gallego building commo-
dious uud well fui'iiit>l">d<
In tboOolleglato coursu, from $1* *o ^''nnorseBsion.
In the Preparatory courtie, from $'(j 10 $15 pur ses.
Iii the Magical Department, $25p ;r session, inclu-
ding uso «if in.-.mimenih.
Hoarding in the fninMioB ol our most rospoctabie
citizoiiHproeuraMe iu SlUper iiiontl).
Waco, Uctobor l , n i21.
piUUIXj'Al' nail l.l.n'KU 1'Al'l'l
W D V. & CO
JOHN DIC KI NSON,
Kxchange nnd Coileetion Office,
Houston, Tkx ah,
SKTJ.8 tlmu and s ght excham-o on New Orleans
and No thern cities, at. lowest current rates,
liemlitun « R, freí « f churgo, promptly madooii ac-
count of count i y iiiui chauib and other , according
to iiiBtriiCtioiiB. noA 2-ii L'J ( tn.
To tlie Traveling Community,
MERC II A NT'S HOTEL.
(-Itntc Uognn Hume.)
jambh 1UIÜZ li, idnr.
rpnis iNipular Hotel has been thoroughly
nullcd It U BitUitti n iu
paired lth Bituaii u in a healthy pur
of tho city, and ban m: •• in "oiiutlons BUpe
rlor to any lintel in ihe elty. li. cmiai b H'\ty
large airy r«-«mm. n)i ofwll li are well lurnhhed,
Tiicroisau «• xei-1 out lion I*i c Pr-'of Safe iu which
viHitoiHCin «I p' Mt v. luah'ns « f any kind, ai d he
peifectiy hecuie, an attentive i lerk Ih always III a* —
lei «lance, lo iiiati'igo tIiíh | art of tho hiifime b, Tho
Tho bagvave of traveloi «taylnu at thin Motel, w ill
lie taken froe of charge at all times, to and from the
lailway cars, llintililo will al way u be supplied *vitn
all thai tho market nflbniF. (i.ov ^-uiL'-ly.
Francis C. Dklakiklb, )
ClItlltCllWAT L Dh.AKIII.I'.A
'[ 1-1E STATE OK TE3ÍVS, )
County ok Dell.)
To tlie Slirrifi ot llcll County, (Irrellngi
Wll KHKAH Frnncis O. Dólalield lias
lliis day, by her Attorney, tiled her
petition in the office of the Clerk of the Dis-
trict Court of Hell County, hidden in and
for said county and State, praying for a
dissolution of tho bonds of nuitlTliiotiv now
existing between Churehwcll Delatield and
herself, on the ground of adultery and ill-
Ireatnient and praying for injunction, Ac.
1 hese are therefore to command von that
you summon the said Churchwell Delatield
by publication t > be made ¡11 the Helton In-
dependent ; a newspaper published in Bel-
ton, Hell County, lor lour successive weeks,
to be and peisonally appear before the
Honorable District Corrí of Hell County, to
beheld in and for said County at the town
of Helton on the lllli Monday"after the 3rd
Monday in September, A. D. then and
there to answer aaid petition ,nm! show causo,
il any,why the prayer of suul petition should
1101 legranted, ami have you then and there
this writ executed and returned according
s WITNESS, A. W, ltlCHAim,
/' su a I. .Clerk of said Court, nnd the seal
\¿7X*tVthereof fixed, at office in Helton,
this 27th day of September, A. D. 18Ó8.
A. W. HICHAKD,
Clerk D. C. H. C.
Came to hand this 28th day of Septem-
ber, 1SÚS, nnd caused the saiVe to be pub
lished in "The Beltun Independent," a
newspaper published in Hi lton, Bell Coun-
ty, State of Texas, for four successive weeks
front and after the 2nd day of October, A.
oct a-4w pf $12 50 Sh'ff H. 0
I'o'ltlrrly Ihrl.nst ( all.
MR. M'llJ«IENNY has our blacksmith
accounts in his hands for collection,
by suit or othcrwi-e. We must have nion
ey. Those wishing to save costs, will cull
immediately and pay up—a word to the
wise is sufficient.
sop26¡4w, BLAIR A LAMBERT.
I^HE subscriber will sell his residence,
situated about mile nurth of the
town of Beiton. There are twelve acres
of good land, well fenced with cedar railR,
containing thereon a commodious dwelling
house, with store room, kitchen, smoke
house and a large cistern attached. The
dwelling house has five rooms, is painted,
und guttered all round with tin guttering.
There is also, a garden, small orcharj of
peach and apple trees, good stnble, corn
crib, carriage house, horse lot and cow pen.
'('he buildings are ¡11 a fine live oak and
elm grove. There is a spring within forty
Íards of the house that runs through the
orse lot nearly the whole year. Will soil
low for cash or trade for horses, cattle or
negroes. Will also sell sixty acres ail-
joining, if desired, for farm and pasturo
lands. JNO. T.FLINT,
Steam Engine and saw Mill
UPON accommodating terms. The en
gine is ten horse power, with cylin
der boiler, patent pumps, pipes, Ac. Also,
n Page Saw Mill, 48 in. saw, and a Com
Mill. They have ^cen but a short time in
use, aro all of the best workmanship, and
in complete order. Cattle, land, or any
kind of Trade will bo taken in exchange.
Address, CxEO. D. HASWELL,
no21-tf Fayetteville, Fayette Co.
E WALLEK) Jr.f
receiving. storing, forwarding and
^TMIE present terminus of the Ilou- ton and Texas
-S- Central Itullrond culls uiieotlun to liln miperlur
nrraniri'inaiitB for currying on tlieahovn bminees.
Tlie Wiiroh use bolng new and ( omrnjUIou<, sl.ua-
ic'd Immculately on the ltuilroad, will enuble un-
to do L> Btnet-s at rrrtuceil rates; and on tue most
reaso> Bblu terms, Mei chaudlze or lilt desrrliitlona,
und lirojuoe, taken and sold mi oumm.itHlnn.
General patronase sollolK d. i>n2A-n2l-"m
LETTERS of Administration upon the
Estate of Charles Curtis, duceased,
having been grunted to the undersigned
by the Honorable Probate Court of Bell
county, all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified, that unless
they present them within the time prescri-
bed by law, they will bit forever oarred;
and those indebted to said estate are reques-
ted to make immediate payment
Adminiatutor Eat. Chua Curtía, dte'd.
NEW HOOKS'. NEW BOOKS!!
m HAVE JUST RKCKIVKt) und have for sale a
lot wf new BnokH umnn# which are the fol-
MdiulTey'd 1st 2nd flriWth nnd 6th Renders.
l'urker und Watsnn* 1st und 3rd 4th and 5th Rea*
ders. A new and important nerles to which the
uttentlou of teachern In rcMpfctfully and earnestly
Davie's Arithmetics and Algebras.
1'urley's Universal History, a book heretofore
much needed in scIiooIn.
Elements of Composition.
Davies Surveying. Da vies Uourdon, Davies Legen-
dre, Porter's Chemistry, 1 arker's i'hilosophy, Corn-
Towne's Annlysys, Say's Political Economy, Web-
ster's School Dictionary. School Dialogues, Little
Speakers, Uotany for Reginers, Olney's Geography.
Smith's Geography, Mttcliell's Geography, anda
lute and improved work known as Montieth's Manual
of Geography, perhaps surpassed by none.
We have also a few new literary works such as
the Star and Clouds, Pluribuntuh, Rides and Reveries
of ^¿sop Smith, Doesticks, History and Records of
the Klephant Club, Gabriel Vane, Mormonism bv Ei-
der i I vile, Tangletown letters. Magdalen the Knclian*
tress, Beatrice Conci, Tupper's poetical works, Life
and Adventures of Robert Komaiue. The Quiker
Soldier, Rell of Washington, Olivia, Yellow Frigate,
Ciprina, Harold Tracy, Prince Char los, LoveiTof Par-
is, Hide and Seek, Bella Treiawnev, Grabrielle, &c. &c
We have futhermore received more Foolscap, Ix>t-
t« r. Legal Cap and Note papers. Steel pens, Parallel
Rulers, Paper Cutters, Fine Inkstands, Fancy Envel-
opes, Plain Bull Envelopes.
We keep also Hand and sand boxes, Wafers, Black
Blue and Ked Inks, Quills, Inkstands of different
kinds and patterns, Slates large and small, as well as
most other articles usually found in Book Stores.
Public attention and patronage respectfully invited.
Sept4 W i) EASTLAND & Co.
ISOStlUU COLLEGE AND SEIYIINAliY.
rpilKSE SCHOOIjS ARE LOCATED FIVE MILES FROM
Waco, on the Bosque.
The Schools are under tho control of Rev. Jno.
Collier. Competent AssiHtants have been secured.
Rates of Tuition Fon Five Months:
Primary Classes $10 00
For Classes in Arithmetic and EnglishGrmmar 1250
English, Arithmetic &c 15 00
Iligher English Branches 20 00
Latin and Greek 25 00
Krench. Spanish, German, Italian and Hebrew,
Extra 10 00
Lessons on Piano or Guitar 26 00
Lessons on Violin and Flute 20 00
Incidental Fee 1 00
Board 50 00
No deduction after entrance. sep4;18v8tf.
©¡Ksmtr & ©iras
A. M. GENTRY & CO.;
CONOKKBS STKEKT, nOUSTON,
SOI.E AGEKTS TOR STATE Of TEXAS.
EAGLE FOUND II Y,
Carer street, between 14lh Ic 15th,
MANUPACTUHKIlof r.ouomallvA Rnilnc.
It.ill Kuuil (.'art und other Hall Roiul Work ol
HriifRii'id Iron Caatlnfn m.idu to order.
Tulinoco rioanes, Lovers, 1'iiiUonlng Mills, Sink-
or , oto., etc., ot.%
I'm tnhlo and stationary Steam Engines or any re-
quiivMl n ■wiir.
C.roulur Saws e;m|ilcle.
Irons fir Ver leal Rnw Mills.
Mill (Innrlim and Or'.t Mills.
aug21;y Wrought Iron Work of all kinds
"There's a Good Time Comino,"
$<10 Family Sowing Mucliine.
KAHIS MACHINE is now taking
A the load of all other machines
that have come out, for Cheapness,
Simplicity, Neat Sewing ami Strength
df Seam] and must eventually ,su
percede all others for family use.
It will do as much work in one hour
as a lady can do with her needle in
a day, and do it better; and is so
simple in its construction, that a
lady can learn the use of it in a few
For the rights for counties apply
to G A WHEAT
gOHOOI. BOOKS^güití a virility. ~ ~ ^ ^
A. .M GENTRY & CO
AND IMPORTERS OP
HARDWARE & CROCKERY,
ÜBOM THE UNUSUAL F4CILIT1ER AFFOHDRD
I through our uunut.'Cilou with-ihe New Voik
Brm of Oentry 4 Oi Ih, ho aro enabled to offer f r
■alo to tln> tmdp uu th« motil accommodating terms
uur Complete Stock, H'lilok has greatly enlarged
by ioceni arrivals; cuiiblxtlug In iiurlof
Of the Ibllowlnif well known Brands:
30 '>$ ca,B,'i8 Uisqull't,Trlcooho ACo'ikOognao
«3 ii " Marcoito
19 « " Leger Kr«r«.« Cognao
10 y, '• (Hard, Dnnuy & Oo'n Cognuc
110 ü " Jeune, Krures "
<1 Íí •' Mai'ott A Oo's
10 >4 " Chamiiuguo
93 ii '• Peach
oo cases Slcard 4 (Jo's
■0 " Samaritan
ISO " Umo Htar
'40 " Slmnghiil
BO " Vleu* ciognac
10 " (4c Iiimii Graiio
IS " Old Uurk (Jugnao
90 " Kxtra Old Pony
80 ltiiipberry Brandy
140 " strawberry "
00 " B^ockberry "
00 « Cherry "
10 •/. Casks '• '•
iO ¡I •' " Bounce
100 Barrels Extra Olil uoin bon
130 " Aintnsta Co., Virginia Byo
1110 " Old Moiiiituln ltye
030 " Hiilucit'd Senator
TO 11 Old Vononguhela
UOO Dozen Texas Hauler
400 " Nectar
550 pure V' rirlnla Wheat
S Pipes John Oncéalos & Co'u Pure Holland
3 x 0 Uartelut'e " "
30 Barrels Me<lelr's Swan
1000 Doz. Gentry'* Pare Holland Schnapps-
These Sebimpimuro entirely free from adultera-
tion: uncq lallcil in Hiioimd delicate fl.ivor; superior
iisatonie heveruge, and for medicinal purposes are
the loug desired substituto lur the deleterious arti-
cles hitherto forced upon the attention mid patron-
nge or the pubho A single trkil Is sufflnlent to con-
dim their high reputation, and make their adoption
Ko Hii'so Seliiipps we are the only Agent* for
the State ol Texas. Sub Agencies granted on
1 Pipe Old Jamaioa
1 " Santa Cruz
3 " Old New Kngland
S >4 CaBkB Dull' (iur.iou I'ale Shorry
4 •' " '• Golden "
3 " " " lirown "
5 ii " L Montenn'n Pule "
0 A •' I'eruveten's " "
S >4 " Ext Old Top iz " "
If M " Swe.t Malaga
2 /-i " Pure Oreek
10 a " L'Angelos Madeira
4 k " Burgundy Port
5 íí " Pure Port Juice
S00 Cases Uueen's Port
400 •• (Jlnger Wine
050 " St J illen Claret
440 " Beamue Montón, glaBB stoppers
800 St Kinllllon
SO '• Chateau Bernard
100 •• lliiut hunterne
g?0 Baskets CIiiib lloidsick A Co's Champaigne
^00 " DoPoiicet ••
100 " Munnlo's Vcrgnney "
100 Cases Sparkling Moselle
Jo •• Asscrmd LlqueiB
•5 • Absinthe
■> " Curaeoa
*0 •• Muruaeliliio
¿0 " Verinlcllll
"0 " Orunve Flower Water.
180 Canea Lemon
230 OiibcL Pure Lemon
3S0 Oiibbii Extra Lemon
180 Cases Itarpberry
130 CiiBes strawberry
40 C.ises Ginger Syrup
«0 Cases Natural Syrup
S00 Cdbob St Nicholas Stomach Bitters
00 " Stougluon's '
SO " llostettei's
40 " Tui uer'ii Forest Wine "
TICKLES & fKESEHVES.
100 Boxes Mixed Pickles in galls. H gall*. Ac.
150 " Gherkin. " "
USO " AsBoned Natural Frescrvea
AO " )tat|ibnirieB
SO " StrawbcirieB
60 " Pine Apple
SO '• Peaches
SO " pears
SO " Plums
SO " Clierries
SO " Quinces
SO ,' GoosoborrieH
Tliese Proserves lire put up lu a light. Syrup, and
retain their natural lUvor and color lu the mot>t
350 Boxes Peaches 380 Boxes Clierrios
100 " riiims 100 " l'ears
100 Boxer Tine Apples
100 Dozen Woreesterslrao Sauce
300 " Tomato Catsup
135 '• Walnut "
3000 BoxeB Sardines, In halves and quarters
300 Cases Pure Kentucky Mustard
40,000 Kio Hondo
30,000 Henry Clay Itegalia
40.000 La Preciosa
30,000 La Scvevltas
80,000 Vi llus Kega las
40.000 Clii'ij-lo urion
SO OOO 1,11 lilralda
SO,OOO Rms.i. lie Santlngo
350,000 lluvuua Cheroots
SO.OOO La Soriba
SO.OOO Ugnt Ouurd
80,000 La Flor Inesperada
Clarke nud Wh te'« Genuine
A Frosh supply received every Two Woeks
VIRO IMA MAN LFAITUKED TOBACCO.
We are Sole Agents for tho State of Texas for tho
following brands, of which wo have In store ai.d lo
}¿ Boxes, Bobee Pound Lumps
•f •' Oliver
" "JO Leake " "
" Hil.b's " "
" " Allen's '• "
•• '• Wm White' "
'• Jas K Polk " "
" " Mar on " "
" " Monroe ■ "
Jas Madison " «
S S Stones " "
lledl rd " u
Dean's " "
in'rt " "
35 Barrels German Smoking
30 •• Andersons " In pnpora
50 Oro, " Solare Chewing, in foil
400 Doz Garrett's Snuff
100 " Bog <'8 Maccalwy Snuff
380 Colls Manilla Hope,
' Hardware, Cutlery, Yankeo Notions, Wooden
Ware and Crockery In great variety; the whole lor-
miug a slock worthy of Inspection. Laug28:tfm
PUKE HOLLAND SCHNAPPS,
RhQUlltK NO 0 , KM IS i'8 CKItTIKlCATK TO
..ttest the,i |iu. Ity, or efficiency as a tonic, di-
uretic, or tncillclo.il b-verage.
Pul uphuii'l oinciy.in full sized Quart bottles, by
Messrs Gentrj v otu, New York.from
I'nre llillniid Gin,
WARRANTED to force the ilous
tache and whisker* to grow strong
and luxuriant in ono month where there
I was none befoie. It will not stain or
injure the ekin. _
Price one dollar—aent to all parts of the
country. • Address,
Dr. 8. P. SHELDON, N. Y. City.
A RARE CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY!
rpHE undersigned h s, at a great deal ot'expenBe
A collected together the following valuable
for several of which he liua paid $Iteiicli. and he haa
no doubt that any one cm possibly tall to make lu a
fhorttime, an independent living by s.-Ung them.
Some of originally cost $W, and yet suli to ousineas
men and the ufllic.ed, lor that sum. All ho wish to
procure them can recieve the entire lot enumerated
below, by return mall, poBt-pald by Binding the un-
dersigned ou y
A recipe for mavlng tho eelcbratud gold und sil-
ver < ouiiterfelt Detector;
A recipe for m king the best Black, llluc and
Bed Inks, and lndellible Irk* nfulleooiv
A recipe lor making the celebrated Oil-futte
A recipe fir making the celebrutod Washing
Fluid) which will enable one to wush more Cioihes
ill one hour, thau lu 13 the rdinaiy way. unit >v|ti|
scarcely .iiiy labor; I. Is adapted to .msti all kindB ol
fabrics—silks and woolens as we 1 aslliieiiB; it alto
tetB colors rather than removes them, .
A recipe for making tlie beat Mnlrliehes.
A reclpo for making the bust Cologne;
And ihe nioBti renowned Huir luvlgorator,
which I# the very beat thing for tho hair evcriiisuov-
ered, aa U will permanently reBioio gray li.ilr to Ita
origin .1 color, ano cover the lieuii of ilio bald Willi a
A recipe for making the hnlr our! most beautifully
and uleo u> change the h.tir from a light sandy color
A recipe for making the very best quality ol
A recipe foi removing Freckles, Tan und Eun-
Bilin from tlie face anil hundí.
A recipe lor keeping Butter from lluncing lor 4 or
A recipe Hir tho coit iin cuieol Flux 4 Diarrhoea.
A recipe fir llio certain cure ol'Cincoi—a suru
A recipe that Instantly Cures the niJiit t.c\cre
A recipe forthelcei tain cure ofOonéútnpHon. Bron
chltis Coughs. Colli , audi General Deb: ity. '1 his re-
ceipt aluno ib wbrth$vi
A recipe lor the certain ore of Aguo and Fever. &
Fits ol al. aorta. Tlii.i Ueclpe may i a uons doied I.n-
MumtRaaitliBB never been kuown to fall
A rellpe lor Tempering und Polishing Edged
'ioly which has been aeld in this nolgliboi hood lor
Wo will also give Dr ltense's Discovery, by the sale
of which he advertises ono can niuke $UU tier nmnih.
Also Pref. Williani8oii'a T o W y of n ukl'g from
$7 to $14 pur da)', and Mr J Cook's n uy of lonking
SU0KO4J per cent, aa advertised by him ln dilfuelit
Wo will also send a lot ot other valuable licelpcs,
too tedious to mention, which we hav printed, the
outlre lot embracing till ihe valuable l.cclpos, and
yn to make money, ever advert.tod lu tun US.
i'e are w ell UKsiired that no one will ever regret
sending ON IS DOLLAR to procuro all Ihe iib .ve-na-
mcd valuable iulornvtiun, tor If some should not feel
W. D. EASTLAND & OO
||AVE JUST RECEIVED A
nail uuu-tuio iinuiiii' tiuiii iui «i duuh; oiiouiu iimv iui
disposed to sell to others, they wou a still savo. every
year, many tl ■ es Die cost, by homg able to make
theBeartlcloc,liiBteudof navlngtheni to buy, and the
Ingredients used In forming lliem coctsumparllccly
nothing; ao little, iu fact, that ono who truou aetnies
to sell can, In many caaes, make from 70UU to.SJuO
per cent, prollt. Addiess all orders to
D. F; BLACKUUIt.N, M. D,
llampshlie, Maury 'Jounty,
THE STATE OF TUXAS
To the SheriK of Luiupasa* County, Greeting
WilKUKAS Sum'l Ale* indor has tiled hlspeiltion
iu tlie District Court of Lainiiaaaas county
ag liiBt Lucy L Wood and the belraofjohn Woods,
dee'd, alleging among other things that the resi-
dence of the Bald Lucy L Wooda Is unknown to peti-
tioner. and that the names and residence of: lie said
John Wood are unknewu to petitioner; that lio Ib the
legal owuer and holder ofS7o}á acres of land situated
in Lampasas couuty, patnined to John Wood, und
tiraynig lor citation and judgment divesting the
leli B of said John Wood an,I also the said Lucy Wood
ofiho title to aa dS7í>á aerea and veBtiug tho same
In petitioner: an affidavit having rautio according
lo law, these are therefore to command you to f uin
mon said Lucy L Wood and the holraoflliu said John
Wood dee'd. to be ana appeal at the next term of the
District Court ol Lampasas county, to be hold altbe
cocrtthoufc In the towu of Lampusaaa, on the 10th
Monday alter 2d Monday ln September, 1803, by cau-
sing this citation to be published 8 aiiccesBtvo we ka
prior to return day hereof, lu The Weekly Indepen-
dent, a weeely newspaper published lu Beiton, Bell
county, Texas, tlion und there to answer plaint ill's
petition now on Hie in said court, of which tho fore-
going Ib a brief Btatemeut. Hereof make due reluru
ol tills writ an the law dlreoia.
WITNESS my hand and aeal of office at ol-
'.eo, this 12th day of Augiit.1. A D, In.Si.
J W WEAVliH,
C 1 Old
Camo to hand August 17th, 1838. and publication or-
dered to be made lu Tho Weekly Independent us
therein directed. (aufi28 8l) T 8 IIai.iiv SIiIIi. c
rpHIC undersigned iulorms the imblic Unit
liis shop (tile one formerly occupied by
Reed Duuluy) is still iu ucce.<isful operation,
and that he continues to do
Good Work, ntthe Lowest Cash Price*.
Those who wish good work done cheap, by uiililu^ oil
him will be convinced that the cash plan is tlie best.
,|ulyl7-ly JOHN URBAN.
SOUTHERN SEED STOKE,
IN AU CI US TA, OE O HO I A.
TiHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs bis,
-t Texas friends, thilt lie bus opened n
iu thin city, ana inteii*!* kcupuig on burnt a lull us
Hortment ui s-'eed, both impuvtei and home varieties
Peraonn ordering from hiiu may do fir with implicit
contideucc of being tuitkfully dealt with. Hero may
be found all new und rare varieties of s«*ed.
Junefiy V LA TASTE.
WILL be received or tho Post Ollice,
by W 1) Eastland or M M V'nVulpr-
The Helton Independent,
U. 5s. Journal,
N. U. Delta
N. O. Creficent.
TV/TERCHANT.S ANI) DFAI.lWa WlftlllNU l'ure Llq-
uoi'rf. will find Kitltom's Pure Whitb. and Whkat
Whiskhy just the tiling. Ihey are distilled in Ky.,
and imported by the undersigned, and offere I to the
trade with a positive guarantee that they are pure,
and free from all the poisons so commonly used in the
adulteraliou of liquors. T. li. HJIiTON, &Co.
Main street, Houston, Tjxas.
WM. HI. HU E & CO,,
nifcure, Carpets. Oil Cloths,
... . i'apdr Hangings,
Ifindow Shades, Curtain GoodB Ar. Trimmings,
lano Fortes, Sewing Machines, Wood ana
Window Shades, Curt
Willow Waro, Ao,
Agent for Farkliurst's Steel
rpiIIR IIOUSK 13 I'LKASA.NTLY bITUATKD ON
the Wost bank or the Brasses rivoi, ul .
Warren, Dr Moore's Peri y, i miles from Cbnp- íflífil
poll Hill. Tills Is the bett route to the dilli'i'-JiiEa.
ent dejiots of tho Texas (.'antral railroad tho bottom
ou the other side being v. oil cnusotviiycd m d dry.
The proprietor will make It Ids ulm to keep an ex-
cellent hotel, having everything required to make
Ills home emphatically •."lint Us inline purpoits.
Terms moderate. (m27) 11 A liOUEUTBUN
PENCILS—Faber's Muck Lead and Snue.
WD E k
T^OHACCO just recived, and more coining!
x W I) K Ji CO
TCMULEKS, not alimone vet. Call early.
W D k í! cd
(lAMllÜj SEKDS.—Laadrctll k Soil's best; a full
^ supply, Fresh and Ccnulne going fast. Dou't
call too late \y D E ^ CO
of their own lmportiul"i,, and for sale by
A. M. UK.vT .V A CO.,
ATONKY WANTED in exchange for notes and '-little
lu accounts " Take the hint. W IIK U CO
OPIHITS TURPENTINE—Enough lor nil summer.
~ W 1' IC k CO
T IN8EEP OIL—Plenty for all «lio want It.
■LJ w I) E k cn
pt IT1 AVI) WINDOW GLASS for those in peareh
"f W DEA: CD
T?DITl)ltS say those sell best bargains wiioadvertise.
AJ Cull ami see. W 1) E CO
T EMON SYRUP'—A first rate artleie,
XJ D !•: & ro
T/'N'EELAXD'S PILLS always on ban '. ■' member
the approach of sumrir kinl ib. Aullbiliuu
propwnoo of tbeM |4Us. W U 5 * CO
large stock of
DRUGS de MKDICINE8,
Sclectcd for this market and adap-
ted to the season.
They have also received an ag-
FASCV ARTICLES, ^
usually found in Southern Drug
Stores, such as Tooth Brushes, Hair
Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Scrubbing
Brushes, Blacking Brushes, White
Wash Brushes, Paint Brushes, Nail
Brushes, Porte Mommies of Buck
and Morocco; Purses, silk and cot-
ton; Velvet Purses mid Bags; Pans,
line and superfine; Hair Pins, Knit-
ting Needles, Crotchet Needles, Hem
ming's & Co's Needles, Darning
Needles, Bonnet Boards, Banker's
Cases; Pencils, assorted; Pencil
Sharpeners, Ivory Tablets, China &
Bronze Inkstands, Sand Boxes, Port
Polios, Visiting and Conventional
cards, Gem's coat Links, WatchQv
Keys, Twczers, Thimbles, Spec-£ft
tacleq, blue, green and white; Pock-
et compasses, Hooks and
Lines, Spring *^-*~ffla'lJooks, Mar
bles and Balls for tiie Boys, Cologne
and Hair Oil for tho Girls; Chess-
men for the Gents, Lilly White, &c.,
for the Ladies, Wood's Huir Restor-
ative, Lyon's Kathairon and Barry's
Tricopherous for every body. Per-
cussion caps, Shot, Powder, (no lead
Piddle bows, Bridges, Tail pieces,
Resin, German, French and Italiau
Fiddle Strings, quite a variety.—
Jews Harps, Thermometers, Pom-
ades & Rose Oil for tlie Hair, Pocket
Knives, good and true; Tacks, eto.
They also announce the arrival
SUPERIOR CIIEWISG TOBACCO,-
Fine cigars, Pickles, Jellies, Preser
ved Strawberries, &c, Candles, Tel*
let Soaps, Starch, &e., Madeira,rMr
Port, Sherry, Tenerifle and Cla-m
ret Wines; Old Cognac, Old
Dock and Pinteaux Brandies; Hol-
land Gin, Old Scotch Whisky, TexaB
Ranger, Nectar and Monongahela
Whiskey, for the sick; New York
Steam refined candy, Raisins, &e.
Castor Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Ok,
Train Oil, Copal and coach Varnish
Spts. Turpentine, Lampblack, Imp
rial Green in Oil, Black paint in oil,
Prussian Blue in Oil, Hemp Twin*,
Maccaboy Snuff in jars.
LOUDEN & CO'S INSTANTANEOUS HAIR DYE.i
Another lot of Comstock's Medi-
cines—comprising Sick Headache
remedy, Rheumatic Liniment, Sar-
saparilla, Brown's Pain Killer, Pink
Syrup, that pleasant remedy for
coughs; McNair's Acoustic oil for
IcaincsB, which Mr Jenkins praises
so highly, Balm of Columbia, that
long tried preparation for preserving
Half cannot bo mentioned lest we
make too long a list, but call and
examine for yourselves. We have
a thousand things stowed away be-
hind, on shelves, under counters, and
in boxes, which wo cannot show for
want of room, but which wo want
to sell, and Dr. tiastlund and Bud
will take pleasure in showing them.
If tho Dr. be engaged in the Post
office or in taking a picture, he begs
his friends to look around for them-
selves, nnd to indulge him for a few
minutes. Small favors thankfully
received. Cash wanted in small
sums as well as largo.
junel2tf W. D. E. & CO.
rPHP! FIvCOND 'J I'JIM of tliirt ncliuol will opeo on
• Moiu'.iiy tho 24tli nf .May. Tills f.-j a fine ot port u
nity for persons wishing their clillJreo Uugl.f
ihoroufrhly tlie fuuduinetital iiml higher braoche-t
a jrood Englia)i K'luc'ition. Pupils entering nobooi
within tho first two weel&H will bo clinrged for tin*
whole term. Pupils cni^rijiy nfer thai tíine will 1
chnrgo.l for the bnlauce of the term, unli^a detaiui..
tkkms as follows—p.w.uilií at tub end o
Orthography, Keuding, Penmanship, Firit
Lessons in (Joography and Arithmetic per
Continuing the same with nilvnneed Arithme-
tic, History, English tiiammar, Elocution and
Composition $$3 ^
t Continuing with AlgehWi, Philosophy, Chtm-
istry. Physiology, Political Kconomy and Ge-
Higher than spe ed 1 %
Pupils studying any one uf the branches In the u'i
ferent grades will lo charged lull tuition for U.a
may15:3m1 E. W. K1NXAN, Principal.
JOHN HENRY BROWlvi
Attorney- nt Law, - - • . Beiton, Ttxn*t
XMiLL practice in the 19th Judicial District, tv*
y posed of theCountjeH of Pell, m'Lennan. ifch'qt
r.rath, Pulo Pinto, Uu^hanan, Comanche, llatniTt-
and Coryell, Also, in tiie ¿límeme ¿t Federal Com. >
49*HpeoiRl attention given to Ijind matters, in M*
bovo and Lnmpussns eountles. juueO-tvS:>
a n. BHUSII, 51.\NI.'r.\CTÜRKKnnd WlioU-
' Mullí jinil lift ii i 1 lleulle iu TINWARE of j
I'liuip*. (Mcrn, Well anil Force Tumps.
Stows. (Juiililng .Stovos of illirereut kluda. t\u_
llollurM, l'uls, Kettli's, Orljilles, I'nns, I'ipl1 , *t«.
Htioiliin. Tin nndotlipr iii.-tnl ruciOng. UutlwLn^
.Hid l'i|iing done in town < r cmintry,
linlliinji; Tubs, Slioivcr Uutlis, t'tc.
lubblnp dune Terms C«il>.
Sliop on l'uugii'H Avoinii', Austin, Texas, apl.u
BOOT & SHOE MA KING.
R. D. KIAWEV,
RESPEOTFULLV informs the oil la# n
of Bell and the snrioxiii-
ilinp counties that lie lian just
received a large and well se-j
looted stock cf leather, nd is
prepared to "xecute • work
inbis litio r mi ¿ItMU
us tne e«ua#ii
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