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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 September 1865

ripmatoKostvx ., V u L G.{ BELLVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 6, 1865 { NO I. Prciiiucut Johnson's Antecedents- la his Fpeecli before the U. S. Senate, now President Johnson said / —referring to the personal liberty bill ol-' Vermont : "3 think it will be determined by the courts and by the judgment of the country, that the acts passed in 1850 and . 18.08, by tho Legislature of Vernout, are n violation, a gross,- palpable violation of tho Constitution of ibe United States, it is clear and conclusive to my mind that a Stat-* patting an unconstitutionrl act, intended to impede or to prevent the execution of a law passed by the Congress of the United States, which is constitutional, is thereby placed, so far as the initiative is concerned, in a slate of rebellion. It is an act of nullification." Again, when referring to Mr. Lin- coln's election, he asks— " How has Lincoln been elected, and upon what basis does ho stand ? A minority President by nearly a million votes, but had the election tak...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 September 1865

COUNTRYMAN. VOL. C. No. 1. Bollville, Austin County, Tosas. SEPTEMBER G, 1865. 4 JIT The Press, Type and Fix- tures of the Ilellville Countryman Offico are for hale. Any one wishing to purchase a printing establishment would tlo well to apply soon. GT The ostensible oí this ^fillet is absent from the sanctum, and hns left (me) us here to tumble over the type and innko them say what we please. [We'll be very careful how we talk for we like? to got«stove up' once for speaking haH' what we be- lieved.] Well, he's off and we've got the quill and chair editorial, and shall endeavor to keep Ilellville straight at least for one week. We'll endeavor to tell the truth so for as is consistent with " Knights of the <¿uill," nor will we always be too punctilious in small matters for fear «iL tarnishing the dignity oí the pro- fession. We are foment everything ibit is calcinated to create bickerings and party fends,'• in a social as well as in a national capacity ; the friend and arbiter of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 January 1866

sapnxfKm •K? W- I RYMAN. VOL 6.! BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 26, 1866. TUB TEXIS COUNTRYMAN, J. T. OSTERHOUT, Propiiibtor. office OVKn engei.ke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. — CASH — Specie—Singlo C*py, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 &awaffiSiiiBaw® m&wzs s ISP Advert isements inserted at 15 cents pur line, for first insertion, and 10 cents lor each subsequent insertion. CT¿PNo advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. ES^A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. UP* All kinds of Job Printing executed with ne-ttness and dispatch. RUSK HOUSE, HOUSTON, TEXAS. R. ©. LOVE, Proprietor. —:o:— This favorite hotel is now open for the recep- tion of Visitors, LADIES, GENTLEMEN and FAMI- LIES. The Proprietor, having thorough- ly renovated the entire establishment, is prepared, with clean buds and the BEST FARE the Market affords, to make his friends comfortable. EPFor the convenience of Guests leav- ing by theMorningTraius, BREAKFAST WILL COMMENCE AT HA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 January 1866

- -v^wr ♦ fommm •+t *- Tisl? i CM IZemtwai.—dounTi^mnn oSice lia bee removed to the tipper etory of Ejpgejik^y store, 0,1 t'10 corner east of thw Court ,yoy.9£s, \Vji. W «a : rc^TTo execute Job work of evcny description. Give iis a call. , <f ,■■.} . • ■ w'¡ ■ ■ ' y' ¿Tfté Election 11 o reéuWr.f the efctótiftn^lirthiii county s?ió\Vs Capí: 55. Hunt éléetod by li majority o^eV M¿?ifin^f.ü ' Otit rff SI3 'registered voters, but 447 votes were polled. ' • MI' • >': ;---—-TT" vi )f ,7, ' M&f fffiñfU Oney informa us thatjdr. ¿JSflopyx baa been appointed Postmaster. at íl'émpsterul, and that be 1ms gfvpn bnijfVanÜ'íalct'ií tTi¿ oath recjníreil.— ^Pá'Wjlí iícjí (Thtor'hpón the discharge '6$ tlui'dntie^ol* WoÍ3có un il bu Bears fn„,i ■'•1 ' '! • ; • •'i;' • ' ' i' Clicippt'U Hill.—Y\Te 'aro Ihfbrirlefl flmt mi Post Qflk'o. bfl8« yet, been W tablisliecl at Ohnppfll Hill, tlveíe be- ing no person thejeVhoh'níi take flttí test on^tli iijaqui t e<l by ílm' act* ¡óf Con- ^ss.'/rby b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 January 1866

w Ti wf;' i$F i • ' « í ill , ersr Prwhimriloa oy tsa Governor. Ex^trifai On-'^v, \ Citv oí' Atuáli, Scpí?f 5, 1853. ^ WJIEKEA'S. the exhausted conui- lion ct the'Treasulry, oí tho' State makes it uecessary to pro wed to the collection of.Taxes, ¿it the ear- liest clfiy possible, in order to meet tho current expenses of the present provisional Government, and also to defray.,tho expenses of a Con- vention, wheu tho same t hall as- semble : Therefore, I, Andbrw J. IIAmtj.to.\, by virtue ct' tho au- thority vtb'-tHl in m%j us í'rovjsiónu Governor of'the Sl«ifu of Texas, do 'order and proclaim as. follows; lit. The Ass.osab'ts aiid Collectors oí the respective counties m the ¡átate, shall, between the tenth day of Sep- tember and tin: fir&tday of-December of*ho present year, A.D. Í865, pro cwil to assess a direct ad valuroii tax oil twelve and a half..«unta upon e cii hundred dolíais va hie of própi- ty, real and personal, except such property as may bo exempt from taxation by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 January 1866

(Concluded from, first Page) colorless, but no sound came. "It is only a fainting fit," jsaid Maude, endeavoring to appear calm, since the spirit of the young and beautiful betrothed had passed away without a word, or a prayer; and the sorrowful mothers sat together in the "Yon had better bathe her temples dim twilight, exchanging now and with a little cold water, while I run for Mrs. Conway I will not be gone a moment; and she may advise on what todo." She soon returned, followed at a distance by the feebler steps of her aged companion. Rendered utterly helpless by grief and terror, Mrs. Lawrence oould only wail and wring her hands like a distracted thing, calling in passionate accents upon the name of her child; while Mrs. (Jon way, whose presence of mind never forsook her, directed Maude to send immediately for the doctor, applying in the mean time all the restoratives usual on such occasions; but her care was in vain. Between them those aged women bore the stricken girl in their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 February 1866

[i- : J ' i)wk r flíXAS ks VOL 64 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1866. \ t-txa TIIB I TEXAS COUHTMfflM, J. P. OSTEIÍHOUT, PROPUIETOU. OFl'ICEOVER EXUELKE'S STORE, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXj?. —cash— Specie—Single Copy, 1 your, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 13^ Advertisements inserted at 15 cqnts per line, for first insertion, and 1U cents for each subsequent insertion. E3jP"No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. list A. liberal deduction unido • on year- ly advertisements. Or All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. RUSK HOUSE HOUSTON, TEXAS. -:o:- R. O. ¥iO¥E, Proprietor -:o: F AMI- GENTLEMEN LIES. The Proprietor, having thorough ly renovated the entire establishment, y prepared, with clean beds and the BES' FAKE the Market affords, to make his friends comfortable. £3PEor the convenience of Gucsíb leny in." by the Morning Trains, BllEAKFAS' AV'lLL COMMENCE AT HALF-PAST . SIX O'CLOCK. A Trusty Hunwr icill he on every Train to 'lalce charge of Bagga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 February 1866

T H JE COUNTRYMAN. JvP.^8T¿BtíOUT^£D!Ton."^ B«Uville, Pridny, February 2, 1966. 'Bellville subscribers to the Countryman can got their papers by calling at í\ A. Engleke's store, ^liere they will find Mr. E., or his 'dtfrk ready to wait on them. Wanted.—M the Countryman offices a gpocl; boy, 12 to 15 years of age to learn, the printing business. átilo should bo a\>le to. read and write pretty welj? An American, German or JioJiemian boy will bo acceptcd. y' r<w^:iij-Probate Couit; Chief Jus- tiée Ónúy píréteiding, convened on Monday.' Considerable business was !dofie,batld Wb üoticed that tho town Of Beltvlllte ViraiS full of people. m 'f A, Boechner, General Agent for. Flake's pulveston papers, the jifz^oUp^n^i tlv> Uulletin, called at our pifólo yesterday. He is making a tour of the Statu collecting old sub- scriptions and soliciting now ones. We comm&ud, him,to. the citizens of Austin county, with the compliments of the craft. > . is Xew Hack Ltoc.—Sam House has ¿s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 February 1866

Important Decisiva.—Wo learn from the Nashville Dispatch tlmt the Supreme Court of Tennessee tins late- ly pronounce ! a decision which will ioucii the vitals of mayy transactions ■entered into during the war. The case was as follows: It was in the case of O. B. Wiigh|¡, •and II. Cantrell, plaintiffs in error, ugaiust Wesloy Overall. The jcase eanao up from tho Circuit Court of DeKalb county. Plaintiffs in error Jiad executed their note to .Samson Yerban for the sum of. $S00. The note had been assigned by Yergan to Reuben Scott, and by Scott to Over- all. On the 9tli day of December, 1862, Wright and Cantrell had paid Overall $300 in Confederate money, and had taken his receipt for the «ame. The credit was not entered on the note, though it is a matter of record, he promised to make such credit. In the Circuit Court, Over all sued for the full face of the note, and the Court gave judgment for that amount. Hence Wright and Cantrell came up by writ of error.— The Supreme Court affirm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 February 1866

f rogp|i_ '' K ""'A. - r*® ir Concluded from First Page. was enveloped. Edme displayed hit well-known features to tbe boatman. "Ho! Ho !" said be, "what ore you doing here 1" Before Edme had time to answer, the men were all landed, and came up close to him. "Ah !" said one of them,."are you awake now ?" ''Do you know this boatman V' in- quired another, surprised at the ap- parent recognition between him and the child. a greedy hog. If we insert an article that pleases the ladies, men become j,ealous. If we do. not cater to. their wishes, the paper is not fit to have in tlSe house. If we attend church,, they say it is only for effect. If we don't, they denounce us as deceitful and desperately wicked. If we remain in our office and at- tend to business, folks say we are too proud to mingle with our fellows* If we go out, they say we never "What farce is this 1 To be surqpittend to business we know one another," said Carxouge, "And' where did you become ac- quainted with little Lauzun ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 February 1866

I VOL 6.! BELLVILLÉ, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1866. Í NO & * the TEXAS COUHTRYMl^r, J. P. OSTERHÓUT, Proprietor. OFFICE OVER ENGELKE'S STORE, BSLLVILLE, AUSTIN COVXTY, TEXAS. 8WBS$£2 $2«£r 8U1Q33 a —CASH— Specie—Single C {>y, A year,.. $:?,00 " " " Six moutlui,... 1,50 t3P* Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line,' for first insertion, and 10 cents ■lor each subsequent insertion. tW No advertisement inserted for lest than $3,00. HP A liberal deduction rnado on year? ly advertisements. M MM -' G7" All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. To Legal Advertisers. Notices of the grant ofletters testa mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts filed for final set- tlement of estates, if of the usual length, will be published the lengtl: of time required by law, for $5,00 (specie; each, payable invariably in advance. . Representatives of estates- are referred to the iollowing articles from Oldham & White's Digest o: the Laws of Texas: r claims agai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 February 1866

I ' I ► THE COUNTRYMAN. j. p. ¿8TEKH0UT, Editor. ■«Uville, Friday, February 9, 1866. Wanted.—At the Countryman office a good boy, 12 to 15 years of age, to learn the printing business* He should be able to read and write pretty well. An American, German or Bohemian boy will be accepted. The Countryman office is still for sale to v.ny person wishing to invest and publish at this place. * An Estray.—Somebody has lost a horse, we reckon, for Mr. Bouldin lias found one. See advertisement by the Clerk. " The Union."—This paper, pub lished befoie the war at Galveston I by F. Flake, has been revived by its former editor. It is printed in the German language; is a large sheet of eight pages, with new type, and is altogether creditable to the publish ers. W can, occasionally, read a little German. Ei^Tlioro is a letter in the Post Office here for Mary Hedspeth. It is thought to bo an important letter from Missouri. Postage due at this office 50c. Freedinan Wanted.—Any person finding an unlii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 February 1866

V •, '. • ! . " ' ' i.'" ' ' 1 •> . to " . r. .. :v 'r •• -,r j ,%• : « , W- JÍI;- • vfc. < ! v Jfe* Suit Against the Nbw York, J ah. 2*—A' suit was commenced 4u the Supreme Court to- <lny ngaiust Secretar/ Stanton, by -Jos. IL Madd ox, for alleged false imprisonment. The plaintiff was a ..purchaser in Richmond, under per* «mission from President Lincoln and Jthe Secretary of the Treasury, of a •large quantity of tobacco, winch was -destroyed by the Unpn forces at jfredericksburg in 1864. He was^ Jcept .in the Old Capitol jail t ill Presi- dent Johnson came into office, and «claims $100,000 damages. The defendant claims that the plaintiff was guilty of a violation of the articles of war in trading with the enemy; that the arrest was not made by defendant's order, but by the proVost marshal; and that plaintiff is still on parole in $5,000 to await trial on such a charge. 1 '' The negroés of Cincinnati held a meeting in that cityv on the 21st inst. and resolved to send John J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 February 1866

GALLANTRY OF A SOLDIER. The Memphis Bulletin, of the 30th «It., record the following gallant ac- •tioiifll« soldier In that city: Yesterday two sable eons of Mars saw fit to occupy the whole width of ft crossing on Main street, to the ex- cusión of an elegantly dressed and beautiful lady, who was forced aukle deep, in the mud. This act was not approved by a stalwart Missouiian in blue, who was several paces in the rear of the negroes. His face flushed with iudignation, but' he, did not lose presence of mind, and having assisted the lady to the sidewalk, with a gal lantry more in keeping with a polish' ed courtier than an obscure and rugg- ed soldier, he overtook the negroes, and with tWo powerful blows sent one reeling in the guttef and the other through á pane of glass. The negroes were "game," how- ever, and having recovered their sur- prise, "sailed in," when followed an unequal contest of several moments duration, which was brought to an end by t{ie interposition of a , stout wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 February 1866

j^mniii : :rtr ""V' ■ I . ' <m *A ;' • •<£ / 'vi# . • • • .i i«H7 - , lit moU Í0 VMJtfifills) . i. • A a' * 11JJ >!> I VOL 6 * i ' "• ■ •' * TEXAS COISTRVTI VA, J. P. OSTERHOUT, PilOPRÍETOK. OfrKICÉloVER EííÓÍitóE'S fetORp, ') ¡ BXLLV1LLZ, A ÚSTIX TEXAS. ©¿lííaga . r¡ —CASH-í- Specio—Singlo Copy, 1 year,...... $3,00 V ; . " Six mohths,... 1,50 ¡Fifty numbers mttlie a volume. ja&isss a IP* Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line,.for first,insertion, and 1U cents for each subsequent-insertion. No > advertisement inserted for less than $:S,U0. I3P" A liberal deduction ma J o on year . ly advertisements. fc#~ All kinds of Job Printing executed with nt« itness and dispatch. BELLVILLE. TEXAS, FEBRUARY' 16,'. i 6é IW * w —y THE RETURN HOME. Who comes ftom far lands yonder?1 A foud and faithful son, Who years ago would Wwder, A curious, careless one. ,, inyt r 'FTr^T:,'1. MI —tfr at leaBt forme," sai<J. Mr. Barton. ui j§¿ not mean," replied Mr?, arton, Bailing, «...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 February 1866

THE COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Editob. BellvilU, Friday, February 16,1806. Wanted.—At the Countryman office a good boy, 12 to 15 years of age> to learn the printing business. He should be able to ruad and write pretty well. An American, German or Bohemian will be accepted. Death of Mrs. Tom Green.—-We learn from the papers that Mrs. Gen. Tom Green died recently ut Austin. Public Sale.—We neglected last week to call attention to the sale of the Edwards land. This we are told, is one oí the best tracts of land in Austin County. It will probable l>e sold cheap. We invite immi- grants to an inspection of the premises. See advertisement. The Measles.—We deem it our duty to wtato that the measles is pre- vailing- here now. It is in a mild form, and wo have not heard of any deaths from it yet, and trust we shall have none to record. Wo think it best that persons should have this disease wjiile they are young. Cold.—Yesterday and day before the weather was very cold in this place. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 February 1866

■The French Minister at Washing- ton htpwtkud the State Department for official information of the recent it on the Kio Grande. The,delay in the trial of Admiral fiedme is understood to be occasion- ed by'the objections of the President to anjr further convictions by military commissions. ,• It is understood that the House Committee on Freed man's Affairs Will soon1 report a bill establishing negro suffrage throughout the South ern Stages by Federal law. Brigham Yonng has one hundred and eight-five wives, the eldest be- ing forty-nine, and the youngest but fourteen. Twenty-eight wives* he has burled. Gold closed in New York on the 1st at 139$. Cottoa nominal at 48¿ to 4d¿c. fjr middlings The Tennessee House of Repre sentatives passed, on Wednesday, the negro testimony bill, by a vote of 44 to 32. General Sheridan is said to have received explicit orders to enforce a strict neutrality on the Rio Grande. Resolutions demanding the enforce- ment of the Monroe doctrine have passed the Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 February 1866

"f- / ■ ftr*|MMKM. ' (Concluded from First Page.) ha if disappointed and dissatisfi- ed." Martha's perceptions were beginn- ing to bo a little enlightened. She did not make any reply. «Lot me tell you how I have found it in your badly managed household,' resumed the mother. '•Perhaps, seeing through my eyes, may help you to abetter appreciation of things as they actually are.— Twice, since I have buen here, there has been no water i.i my room, and I have hud to come down in the morning aud get it for myself." "Oh, mother! That is too bod ! To think that Margaret should have been so careless 1" The daughter's face crimsoned. "Now, if you had been a careful housekeeper; or a thoughtful one, you would have visited my chamber to see that all was right there. You would never have left your mother's comfort dependant on the uncertain administration of a servant. Next, the room hasn't been dusted twice since I have been here. My fingers are soiled with everything I touch ; and I am sure it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 February 1866

VOL 6.} wémammmmmm the TEXAS COUKTRY1M, J. P. OSTEEHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE. AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. susss&astHrasr ja&isas a —CASH— Specie—Single Cepy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbera make a volume. ¿UDWBBiffiasaW® 5BMÍIB® i 1^* Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, tor first insertion, and 10 cents lor each subsequent insertion. OT No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. GiPA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. M wmm- OP All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. mmm* To Legal Advertisers. Notices, of the grant of letters testa- mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts filed for final set- tlement of estates, if of the usual length, will bo published the length of time required by law, for $5,00 'specie; each, payable invariably in advance. Representatives of estates are referred to the following articles from Oldham & White's Digest of the Laws of Texas: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 February 1866

THIS . COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTEBHOUT, EOITOB. m ■ '* ii 1 ■ ■■ ' BeUrilla, Friday, February 93,1866. yVanted.—At tho Countryman office a good boy, 12 to 15 years of age, to learn the printing business. He should be able to read and write pretty well. An American, German or Bohemian Will be accepted. A Good Thing.—We like a good thing; and you do too. We like a liberal man too. Wo like good Tobacco. Pearson has .the "Belle of tho West" and other things. The Governor's Message GTA'J L'exas newspaper in its business directory, spells ''Babtist" with two b's. Well, we've heard folks pronounce it that way. Another Show.—Thayer & Noyes' Circus will exhibit here to-day. We are assured that this is the best show that lias over been iu Texas. Those fond of such exhibition will go and seo and judge for themselves. Ad- mittance only ono dollar; children half price. We notice that our delegate, TL. Hunt, Esq., has been placed on several committees. We give a few of them in the lists of which ...

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