The Semi-Weekly Journal (Belton, Tex.), Ed. 1 Saturday, April 23, 1870 Page: 1 of 2
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Af Miller, Ohamberlin & Co.'s,
wholesale and retail.
/ Mr. J. T. Delaney has presented us
with a bushel of meal of the most
Splendid quality, ground on his mill
two miles below the Sulphur Springs
Jon the Salado. He has an elegant mill
and informs tt# that a greater portion
of the mechanism is his own. He cer-
tainly kno\^ how to run it. Everything
in trim to supply customers on demand.
Surprise Boxes at N. H. Bather's.
Invest twenty-five cents and you get a
nice box of candy and always some
article of jewelry or other prize. Ye
candy buyers, old or young, how can
you resist. Maybe something valuable
will fall to you; but the curiosity is, at
least, worth 85 cents.
At Denny's; all sorts, sizes, grades
and qualities to suit everybody. Do
you know Denny! Do you know
Decherd! If you do not, you are be-
hind the times in this country. They
are just where they have always been
and, we hope, where they will always
remain. When their new goods quit
coming you may quit buying—provi-
ded you don't need anything more.
C1AL NOTICES. t | BARKS AND BRANDS.
Photographic. Au pe
handtaKL®ane® Btm on N?'. authorized are^reb^brbidden to
nana taking every style of picture you retam 1,1 Pons, drive off, sell or in anv
can ask for and giving satisfaction in ?"% interfere with cattle in the follow-
every instance, They can accommo- ,ng marli8 and brands.
date you with the 'new style" of en- Underslope in left andunderbit
larging_pictures, whereby the features in rightear.
are shoWn with perfect distinctness. Crop off leit and under and over O Q
lne many hundreds they have 'taken bit and swallow-fork in rightear. OO
™C? en8 'n and around Belton is ,, -Address, E. BURCH, 'Eagle Springs,
Ruihcient evidence of their proficiencv CoryeH county, Texas. janl5'70-51-ly
in the art. , 7_tf ~ —
1 Cr°P. spht and underbit in left ear.
E. H. Cushing,
• o ^0U8'0n) Texas, wholesale dealer |
in School Books, Bibles, Hymn Books,
Sunday-School Books, Standard Liter-
ature, Stationery, Printers'Stock, Chil-
f\r^n'o rt<IMHInnnn T .1 il l •*
Overslope in each ear.
(Address, GEO. GASSAW AY." Mr. T.
dren's Carriages,. Landreth's Garden I & Vanness, AgenUn"BeU county! P.
Seeds, imported Flower Seeds. Twines. I Salado. janl5'70:51:ly
imported Flower Seeds, Twines,,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Papers, Drug- Snlit n„ri •
gist's Sundries, Fine Pocket Cutlery. ' ■4 m each
Wants to buy Baoon and Lard.
I. O. O. F.
BELTON ARK LODGE No. 83.
REGULAR MEETINGS.'every Tues
day night at 7 o'clock.'. All ^mem
bers invited to attend.
A. Tobler, N. G. I J. Hodoes, Sect.
J. P. Beed, V. G. | J. C. Henry, Treas.
car. Also some marked SCR
split and under-bit in right car.
Marks same as the S C R brand.
Swallow-fork in left and un-
der-half crop off right ear.
Underbit and swallowfork in
Underslope in left and split and
crop of right ear.
Crop and underhalf crop off left \ T>
and crop off right. r\ I)
Address, E. S. C. ROBERTSON or
T. E. VANNESS, Salado, Texas. H. J.
Belton Chapter No."76 meet fourth Caufield, McLennan county, and L. C,
._j„. .• month. A. J. Rose, Williams, Bell county, Agents. 511y
BARKS AND BRANDS.
WE will pay the above reward for
tho apprehension and conviction
of-any person or persons who shall
steal, drive olf, or kill any beef;
or'wo will will pay
for the apprehension and conviction of
any person or .'persons who shall mark, or
brand any calf or yearling from the stock
of the following mark and brands.
Henry Cawfield of McLennan Co.,
Van Ness and Thomas Lane of
Milam County, are authorized to mark
and brand and collect beeves in their
respected ranges, and no one else.
L. C. & S. II. WILLIAMS
OF Elm Creek, in .Bell county, are
the only authorized koopers of the
stocks of cattle rouging in this and ad-
joining counties, having the ma -t s and
brauds following, to-wit:
Marks. ■ Brands.
Swallow-fork in loft ear.
Crop, split and undorbi tin right
Crop off each ear.
Crop and underbit in
loft split rightear
All the members of Belton Lodge
No. 166, are requested to be present at
the next regular meeting, to be held at
the Lodge room on the 9th day (sec-
ond Saturday) of April proximo. A
matter of paramount interest to the
Lodge will be brought up for consid.
eration. Such of the members, there-
fore as may read this notice, may con-
sider it a direct summons to themselves
and so make it known to others.
G. W. MoWHIRTER, W. M.
March 28, 1870.
Tbat"RoIl of Honor."
Editors Belton Journal—In
the local eolumn of your last paper we
saw the names of several young ladies
of Belton Academy printed under the
title "Roll of Honor." It gave us great
pleasure to see these young ladies re-
ceive the honor and credit so justly due
them, but why neglect the young gen-
. tlemen! We believe you willing to
show the same favor to the less fair and
leu gentler sex; we therefore present
you a list of the young gentlemen
whose conduct and recitation for the
past month was of the most excellent
character: RobertJMiller, Wesley Mc-
Clain, Sam. W. Rather, Sereno Taylor,
John McWhifter, Albert Bently, Numa
Whitson, George Hefly, Sammy Garner.
The young men must excuse us. Our
"weakness" for the other side of the
house caused us to overlook them.
Saturday in eveiy month. A. J. Rose,
H. P. Wm. O'liair, K. Don A. Cham-
Belton Lodge No. 166 meet on second
Saturday in each month. Geo. M. Mc-
I Whirter, W. M. R. D.J Kinney, S. W.
W. A. Miller, J. W. Joseph Cater, Sec.
Rev. W..R. D. Stockton, P. E. Bel-
ton Circuit, preaches: 1st Sabbath at
Belton 11 o'clock a.m. and 7 r.m.; Thurs-
day following at Davidson's Valley; Fri-1
day following at Live Oak Chapel at 11
o'clock a.m. and White Sulphur Spring
at 7 o'clock p.m. 2d Saturday and S
bath at Salado; Thursday following-at |
Union Hill, South Nolan Creek; Friday
following at Cow House Creek, Walters'
School House; Saturday following at |
Tennessee Valley. 3d Sabbath alter-
nately at Rock Church and Ce'dar Creek;
4th Sabbath at Big Elm; Friday follow-
ing at Taylor Valley. 7tf
Friends of Temperance.
Regular meetings of Belton Coun-
cil No. 6, F.'of T. every Monday at 7
o'clock p.m. , J. W. HUDSON,
J. B. B£8ufple,^Secretary. [5tf)T |
For SIX DOLLARSJAND FIFTY
CENTS, a warranted correct time-
keeper. J. Tobler, Jeweler and Watch-
Crop off right and overbit in left ear. (
Crop off the right and under slope T Q
in the left. y O
Crop off right and crop and over
bit in the left ear..
Crop off the left and crop and
under bit in right car.
Square fork in each car.
Address, W. L. BAUGH, Eagle
Springs, Coryell Co., Texas. ' 51-ly
Swallowfork and underbit in right"
and split and underbit in left.
Crop off right and crop and hole TT p
and hole split out, in left. JLl KJ
Crop off right" and crop and hole TT
and hole split out, and under- XIKJ
bit in left ear.
Swallowfork and under hade in "f7" p
left and over half crop and un- V VV
der hack in right. Some branded
| Crop and hole and hole TT~v
split out in cach ear. tl xJ
Crop and hole and hole split out \
in left and swallowfork and ii- v
under bit In right ear.
Mark same as above.
J. McGwire, Dr. J. W. McGuike.
McGuire & Son,
Late ofBryan, Texas,
Swallowfork and under hack in
Swallow and under bit in left,
ear and cverelope in right.
Crop off right and underbit in Jlcft TT
Crop, hole, split and un-
derbit in left and crop
Our young friend Wm. Ludlow
left yesterday morning for Calvert^
where he will bo doing business for
Lewis & Maddox. The card of these
gentlemen is yet in our paper and we
hope the people will pay particnlar at-
tention to it. They are really business
men and have an elegant brick ware-133©ltOHj
house in an isolated' location which
renders their warehouse flre-proof. We
are pleased to know that our 'young i jq Belton for the purpose of devoting
friend is in so good a house and that themselves to the Dru^r Business
JJAVING located permanently in |
HC on side. on hipi
Address, H. J. CAUFIELD, Waco, or
JOSEPH CAVITT, Bryan.
L, C. Willitm \ S. H. Williams, and T,
[ E. Vanness i u horized agents in Bell
| county. janl5'70-51-ly
Under slope hf theright
and under hack in left
Address, S. W. RICHARD80N.
Bryants Station, Milam Co. Texas.
the house has employed so worthy a
Exclusively, are receiving and open-
ing a large and well selcctcd stoek of
\ The familiar face of our friend Tate I
I Henry flashed upon us yesterday even-
ing like a sunbeam. We had neither
feen'nor heard of him'in some months
ind we are glad we did not, because he DYE STUFFS, FAINTS, OILS, j
as planted, on Darr'sCreek, a crop of . (
:orn more flourishing than any we VAKJNlsUfcB,.
lave yet heard of. He has about |
H. O. DENNY,
Dealer in Exchange,
SIGHT" EXCHANGE on Houston,
Galveston, New Orleans and New
York bought and sold.
wenty acres up and more coming. He
yj he ploughed early and deep, He
lantcd early and deep. And he says
r he has to plant over, all right—his
|nd will still be better ploughed. If
ate is wrong so are we, for he speaks
bir sentiments. A good .harvest this
|ar and a wave of many years to him.
Ir. J. M. Perry, who has been sup-
Hng our people with pictures for
inthspast, leaves for Marlin in a day
jjtwo. Mr. Perry is a^ood artist—
aid a large business 'tere and lias given
sreneral satisfaction. We hope he may
as well in our neighboring
Our townsman J. G. Batte has
returned from a trip to Soutli-
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
FANCY SOAPS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,
In fact everything in our line, bought for
cash at Importers prices, and
which we will sell as
Oheap as the Cheapest !
Phvsicians and Country Merchants |
suppfted at the most reasonable rates.
To Arrive, in a/few Bays,
Three Doz. Parlok, Office and Wall
CLOCKS, at the Silversmith and Jew-
elry Store of J. TOBLER.
J. J. JOHNSTON & 00.,
Hats,' Caps and Straw Goods,
By tho Caso or Dozen,
473 Broadway 47 3
J. J. Johnson, i
W. Barritt, > New York.
O. W. Sterl
_ „ Dr. J. W. McGuire is an cxperi-
«| Arkansas and some intermediate enccd Druggist and Physician, and is
Ho informs us that the people the Discoverer, Manufacturer and Sole
.. , x Proprietor of the celebrated
liere are going it alone on cot-1
' Getting all there corn and bacon
i tho North West; corn, $2 per
el. No improvements whatever
rtho war. We are glad that our
ople are not so speculative. We
eleome Mr. Batte upon hi3 return
-will never let an opportunity
invite friends and customers to
Wk'Hannasfor latest styles and
Texas Non • Explosive
carcfully compounded at all
HENRY C. BALDWIN,
Maurice Wilkinson, Geo. Wilkinson
M. & G. WILKINSON,
Wholesale Dealers in
Wooden aud Willow Ware,
Bagging, Rope, Cordage,
Brooms, Mats, Baskets, Twines, Black
ing, Matches, Wrapping Paper &o-,
242 Oanal Street,
Running through to 104 Waikor S
(Opposite EarU't Hotel,)
Fred'k Wilkinson, ) ^ Kilns C. Ayer
, Isttc 'cith II.
f G. Li\r ,f lira.
Overslopo and underbit iu left,
and swallow-fork in right
Swallow-fork in right ear.
Over half crop in left ear •
Over slopo and underbit in
Maxka same as above.
Swallow-fork' and split in
right and split in lest earJ^^Bk
Over-slojjeiu right ear and un- I
derbit iu lett oar. I—
Swallow-fork in right and split in the
following brands : "
H> 38 4«p®
.4160 cattle in these brands;
Horse and Cattle Brand 3
Burrcss, Belton, Texas.
Swallow-fork and under-bit in r"^
left ear and upper half-«rop in ' I %
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DBY GOODS EHPOBHIH!
HAMBLIN & EUBANK,
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THANKFUL to their friends for past
favors, solicit a continuance of the
same, and ilattor themselves that with
their experience in tho trade they can
sell all goods in their line as oheap a
they can be bought in the oountry.
. Call and examine their stock. They
take pleasure in showing ANY ONB
through whether they wish to buy or
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A comploto stook of staple Drugs and
Mediciucs, Dyer? Stuffs, Oils, Faltit
Brushes, Patent Medioines, at
Sugar, Coffee, Black and Green Tea,
Fresh Oystors, Rice, Potatoes, Onions,
and everything kept in the GROBERY
HAMBLIN & EUBANK,
Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Chisesl,
Augors, drawing Knives, Pookot Cut-
lery, Hand-saws, Trace Chains, Hames,
HAMBLIN & EUBANK'S.
A large assortment kept constantly
on hand and for sale at Manufacturer's
HAMBLIN & EUBANK'S,
A largo assortment of Ribbons, Braids,
Edgings, Laces, Ladies' and Gents'
Paper and Linen Collars, Toys, Combs,
Gooking Glasses, eto., at
Salado, 2 exas.
A large and well selected stock kept
constantly on hand and for sale at the
LOWEST CASH RARES, by
HAMBLIN & EUBANK,
' Salado, Texas.
By Hamblin & Eubank
The undersigned have been appoint-
ed agents by I. JALONICKThoreby give
notice that they will prosecnto all per-
sons who shall mark and brand, or
drive off, or in any manner interfere
with said stocks of cattle, and parties
must not drive beef expecting to es-
cape tho penalty of the law by paying
McFAflLAND & SAUNDERS.
jr. w. MOORE,
Crop and split in right oar, and
over half crop iu left.
' - 21-ly
J. T. REESE & CO.,
West Side of Public Square,
on hand a large
(Both FAMILY and FANCY,)
GLASSWARE & SADDLERY,
And everything usually "kept
in the country,
ALL OF WHICH WE ARE DETER
MINED TO SELL
Cheaper than Anybody!
We will always pay the HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE for all kinds of
By Please call and examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere, or selling
your produce. [febl2-8-ly
MRS. S J. PHILLIPS wonldcall the
attention of tho Traveling Public
to tho fact that she is propared, at tho
above house, to accommodate all who
may favor hor with a call. Rooms neat
and comfortable ; faro as good as tho
county affords. No pains will bo spar-
ed to givo satisfaction. 2-4(1-ly
LONE STAR HOTEL,
J. W. Vlckcry,... .Proprietor.
FARE the beat the country affords".
Prices moderate. Wood «table at-
for which tbk
Highest Market Price
Saddles and Saddle Trees.
J. G. MABRY & SON,
Are prepared to fill all orders for the
"OLD MABRY TREE,"
Too well know to need any recommen-
dation—only to know that they are the
GENUINE MABRY TREE.
Beware of Counterfeits! J!
None genuine unless the name of "J.
G. MABRY & SON, Salado, Texas,"
beneath the cover.
SADDLES RIGGED of the, Best
Eastern Leather and in the best
style. Liberal deductions to wholesale
dealers. E5P Send in your orders and
GARRETT ft DAVIS,
' Dealers in
DRY GOODS, GBOOERIES,
Grockcrjr and Table Ware,
Cigars, Tobaooo, Paints, Oils,
<fu, fo., «fo.,
OUR MILL is in successful operation,
and we are Sawing Lumber and
Shingles, Grinding Corn, Ginning Cotton
and Carding Wool. We are also pre-
pared to ship and sell Cotton, and will
make advances on tho same. mar2:6y
Two first-class smiths wanted at the
SULPHUR SPRINGS, also a partner
in the business who understands all
branches of the trade. Apply to
0. S. DOUBLEDAY,
aw>. h. m'whxbtkr, w*.j. vauiu
North-West Comer of Public Square,
Have in store and are receiving a very
general and desirable stock of
For the LADIES they have
POPLINS, ALPACOAS, BKBEOB,
GINGHAMS, ORGANDIES, ,
Lawns, Prints. Plaids, and
White Qoods, ■■■:
Such as JAOKONET, SWISS AND
Nainsook, Bishop and Victoria
Lawns, ace., Ac., Ac.
For the GENTLEMEN,
Cloth, Cassimerea, Ttveed, Sat-
inet, Jeans, Cottonades,
Denims qnj , >■,
READY BADE CLOTHING.
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You will also find HARDW.
TOOLS, GROCERIES, '—
Snuff, Pipes, Outlery and
v Iron, Steel, Paints, Z
Oils, Dye Stufb,
Drugs and M^di
TPith a large and well seleoi
Hats, Boots, Shoes, 4ce.
By They promise satisfaction as to
prices and quality. ; , • tnatftfltf
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West side of the Publio Square,
Wholesale and Retail
Staple St Fancy
Crockery, Hardare,*e. ;
i. -tit' ' >W«<%
Consisting, In par^jf ,
COFFEE, SUGAR, FLOUR,
; i"-' '
Cheese, Snuff, Cigars, ' '•[
Chewing & Smoking TotiaOU
In feet everything usually found ia • •
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First ClassFamily m*
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GROCERY STORE S
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All of which will behold at low figtum
(fob. 10,'70 4-tf.)
I BRING YOU '
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NEW YEAH *
H. C. DENNY,
North Side of the Public Square, -1
THE PLACE WHSiRE YOU CANGBT
Good Goods, v
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Where the reputation of Selling Ohsap
is always kept up,
THE STORE WHERE SMALL PROF-
ITS AND QUICK SALES IS , >,
THE MOTTO 11 >
Yon will find there a complete stock of
WILL offer for sale, at Auotion. in
tho town of SALADO, commencing
Monday, Feb. 91st. tSTO,
and continniki? every MONDAY and
SATURDAY thereafter until stock is
do pod out, a largo and fresh assort*
I >ln this bocuuso of a disappointment.
The Goods are fretkfrom NEW YORK,
a nil have never bocn opened.
Halo to commence at 10 o'clock a.m.,
and contiuuo until 4 p.m. Also at
night. W D. BOPELAND.
Fob 5, 1 70. • 2-3m
All styles of
And all sorts of
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White Goods and VaOau,
Hats, Boots, Skoes,
Overshirts,. Hoopskirt and
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Hardware, Stores, Crockery, Woodwan,
Groceries and Drags*
In fact, everything found in a
DRY 000^TYRgTORE AND VA
CHEAP FOB CASH!,
Call and sxsmine for yourseltes. All
Merchantable Produce taken la ex<
for Goo<ls. H. C.
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