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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 February 1867

*-• r ¡ - V )■: I i r % ► CJc^untrpwft. J P OSTBBHOÜT 11 ti 11111 Editor BELLVILLK, TEXAS: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1867. i- " —— Í arsons am authorized loufltrymun," and wfl! reoalie subte riptlons uwi advertising, und n-oelpt for moneys duo this ofHcc: .f. N. Daniel, Houston. Congress. As yet tliero «loes i:ot appear to Lo ! any definite action by Congress, in roforeiico to providing other govom- incuts than tlioso now in existence for the Southern States. It sccme to be the general opinion that nothing will be done on this subject until after the meeting of the next Congress on the 4th day of March. The new members then take their seats, and from np- '"Wharton & SnudcUlT, 115 Common St., j^m-ances, tho Kadienl majority will then be greater tiian at present. ~ py O. Patrick, Hempstead, is J Steps have already been taken by authorized to receive subscriptions iho lower Houso to prefer articles of and advertising for the Countryman, impeachment against President John- and collect mone...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 February 1867

Cjje (tetttrpán. Vol. 7. : s : : : : No. 5. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. To Advertisers. WE WOULD CALL the attention of adver- tiser* to the fact that the circulation of the COUNTRYMAN is rapidly increasing in Austin county and t hroughout the State, and that this paper furnishes a good medium fur making Known their business to the people of the interior. *f HEMPSTEAD LOCALS. Our young friend, E. 0. Blake, has ■Leen appointed Express agent in place of J. W. Nuner, who resigned. Cotton.-'Largo amounts of cotton are arriving daily. The platform at the depot is always covorod. Mr. Royal is kept constantly busy fixing up the papers to allow it to be trans- ported. Almanacs.—Almanacs for 18G7, mny bo had for nothing at E. II. Barsantee's, who also bas an assort- ment of cigars, tobacco, pipes, pens, ink, paper, school books, etc., etc, which will be sold on reasonable terms. The Installation.—A public in fitallation of the officers of the Masonic Lodge was held on the 27 th of De- cember last. Addr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 February 1867

1 O'i'j f *T .. AN ACT JJ) relate the tale, alienation, re- moval or transfer of animate in thu State, and to requi>e butcher to re- port to the Police Court all animal elaughtered andjor other purpose . See. 1. Be it enacted by the Legis- lator of tbe State of Texun, Tliat hereafter upon the sale, alienation or transfer of any liorse, mare, mule, gojjgjog, colt, jack, jennet, cow,*calf, ox or beef steer, bj any person in this ifcMe, the actual delivery of such ani- mal shall be accompanied by a written conveyance from the vendor or party selling, to the purchaser, giving the number, marks or brands, and here- after upon the trial of the right of property in any of the animals men- tioned, or upon trial of any person charged with theft of such aniinalB, in any Court in this State, the po - session of the animals in controverhy, or charged to have been btoleii by the party without the written convey- ance as herein provided shall be pri- ma facie evidence against the party of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 February 1867

' w*,:w ' "-r-"í-h • spts v* " J -V ♦•_*•.• -'V OttBBHOUT, ■-T- Munui, Atnrvr tomrrt, rtzu —CASH— |le Copy, 1 7(11, $3,00 M Six months,... 1,50 f Fifty Bomban sake a volume. Nrliae for am h¥Y4T' rf*H • !ía .U;'V£ TN i "ir* r '\ i M -■ jr. P. OSffeKHOVT, Df MOIUNO." VOL, " *;*ri * ■ i '"' */'• IjjtofMjo* >ü ' • T r ■w3*" 1 I' J' ■" "*•_ ¡i*] " r ' mmrnrn "•>%•' • • '«•«. • m fe r!ta Í"*' ,LE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, I86J-- tí) ÜiTÍ ". T 3f NO. 6i ••••••• OB year* tvm mwm* tVAll kinds of Job Printing executed With ne \tness aid dispatch. ^ ^ ^ Q| ^ ^ AlwttiivV Bwft«r Toar. —SPECIE— ' A Card, not exceeding the apace d by I ullara. «ooüpied by tea line , brevier, por poor, - J ®'96 3f-ly. fen Doll 3 m'thi. 1 eolomn $5000 1" .... 3000 « .... 8000 6-iu'tha. Ü 8000 6000 30 00 IV in'ths. $ 15000 8000 5000 ALL legal and transient advertisement* charged fur by the line, and to be pal 1 fyr ta adrance, in Specie, or Ua equivalent. ESTSAY Advertlaementa handed In by the Coun- ty Clerk wilt be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 February 1867

( pm* .* ?. ft , .- V iii life. T ■At V" . (IllIIIII Editor KLLVILLE, TEXAS: , FEBRUARY 8, J.8Ql. The Wiping ■Orson* «re antboriíert tMto for "The Country limn,'1 and vv iil veesive siikseriptiens ami rmlit for money dm- this office i J. If. Daniel, H oust on. WfeMtaB * Seidell If, I l-r> Common S ., I luil vrc15re tii • more lb'ndy cm i;ic, tl if rrf i>?:' •* r i * .* i"ii i «uaaAia it fcJT •i I ('> • *'ij r, joiti we, (.in, hetlr (.«ml 1 *« .-'-111 of the nal of;.;! tii'ii- ^ -• * v « ' >/ C tit.—ilii* pMv-fvniioiiot ili:- priticjjdt 01 —''1"'~-u- '.J'' "i 1 lie I'ruw.LL'nii.ii.— lip hi in, I oalvlu'js, ja.s '¿j •« • -— . COTTON: cts. aot.p A Scandal i.nd a fch'iu.e—A Ordinary.^. . 7 <1 ¿i > * > f *. * *. -&ew Orleans. • • •••••• •«•••• •••••••• C© 1 cr r. DOLLLAU CounniTlfi.il C'i New Orleans. Founded Irtllit, friend, wlio loiters 0 the bench more tii 111 wi« linvi'titne to <lo, informs us Unit just above Fori I Vint tin* graves tif those Confederate d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 February 1867

av' / 4 h b* •ix f li t'- i i ind , o no clam pi!' A Mid com- ly- 0 J. P. ÓÍTKkHOÜT, PaONUETOtt. r> awr INDEPENDENT IN AT-T- THINGS—NEUTRAL IN tTCftWNQ," i fiOi rt v- ;. - OFFICE, NORTH SIDE PUBLIC SUl/AMS, BELLVILLE, AUSTIX COUNTS TEXAS. sw®3«fc# w«®w a^traa* ~CAS&- Bfeeia—6iñglé Cópf, 1 year ..$3,00 8ix months,... 1,50 Fifty ntimbera make a volume. 8UMWBB 9 ry Advertisement inserted at 15 cents per line, for first inaertiou, and 10 cents or each subsequent insertion. E5*No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. 13PA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. * teF^AJl'kinds of J°b Printing executed -with nefithftss and dispatch. ith or Tear. r A Card, not 'éfcceéding tho space ipied by tea lines, brevier, per year, Dollars. EF" AC «ecu Ten 3 m'ths. 1 column $5000 A " .... 30 00 i .... 20 00 6 m'ths. $ 8000 50 00" 30 00 12 m'ths, *$ 15000 8000 ■5000 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by the line, and to be paid for in advance, in Specie, orits eq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 February 1867

The .following perponn are authorised receive subscriptions ami advertising, and trad will % iiniiiii Bdltor BELLVILLE, TEXAS x FRIDAY, FEBRUARY22,1867 ei.tfor morieya duo thia office > J. If. Dwüol, Houston. I J :I M I 11; .a]L" Mt 1/UKIIMf nUIIKII'lli Wharton & Sandcliff, IIS Common St., New Orleans. Wakted.—a practical printer to be- come a partner in tUe publication of the CuHHtryman. Little,or no immediate capi- tal required. A person who can come well reeommended tor honesty, Nobriety and energy, and who wishes to make his home here, can hare a profitable and permanent situation. Mo letter will be answered.— Application in person must be made. A printer having some editorial experience preferred. tf. Pbeaciiinu—Rev. Mr. Monges will preach at this pi nee next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. (D. V.) Dr. Donnuy lms laid u* under obligation* (or bringing nn our paper from Hempstead. Apologetic.—-No paper wa3 issued from this office last week. Cause- no paper to print it on. The^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 February 1867

■ I ■si " #' I. • ■;f ''Aft ■Hw m wmmÉk Cjrt (%itírpan. Vol. 1 l : : s : No. 7. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. To Advertisers. WE WOÜLD CALL the attention of adver- tiser! to thé fast that the of the COUNTRYMAN is circulation rapidly inereaiii throughout the 6 furnisnea a ra ng in Austin couity and State, anil that this paper — _ good medium for making known their easiness to the peopleoPthe interior. tf Masoxic.—Hempstead Lodge , No. 281, hold its stated meeting* on the firsfrSatur- day in' every month, at Masonic Hall, tf Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M., meets on the second Monday in every month, at the Masonic Hall tf. Hempstead Locals* ' Cotton.—Cotton continues to Arrive -duly—road good—bring it along. New Firm.—Nuner & Brink have opened- a honae of btesmess on the •west side ef the public square. We predict success if there is any virtue iti talk. Mr. B. is hard to beat. Personals—Wo were pleased to meet our old friend, Dr. E. T/Bonney, from Bellville, who aftef 'eefving through tbe war ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 February 1867

«M .VIO" ' scatter seed. by geo. coopkb, Id the furrows of thy lifo, Scatter mud! Snail may bo tliy spirit-field* B«t «.goodly crop 'twill yield.: Sow ttte kindly word aod duod. Scatter seed! Siiq And shower aid thee now. Scatter seed! Who can tell whore grain urny grow 1 Mandil are tlowiug to nud l'ro, • Daily good thy «iñudo creed. ea! Scatter Met Up! the morning flies away, Scatter sued! Hand of thine must never tiro, Heart must keep its pura duBÍro: While thy nrotuers faint and bleed* Scatter teed 1 Though thy work should seem to fail, v Scatter seed ! • Some may fall on stony ground : • .Flower and hludo are often found In the clefts we little hoed, Scatter seed! Spring-time always daw'us for the* : Scatter seed! Ope thy spirit's golden Btore, Stretch thy furrows more a*id more, God will give 1o theetby meed. Scatter sued! a FERRETS. Did you ever see a ferret ? No ¡ Perhapti few readers kcow what a ferret is.. A chort tipie since we saw a crowd about a neighbor's "barn, in Flal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 March 1867

■ * . • ..V If i Wm&A IV OáTHHlICTUT, Puoi'KiETOit. • ■" k . ; '■ H I f ¡ t ■ i I I OF MCE, NORTH 811) E PUBLIC EQUAUE, %KUVlilE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TRXAS. s'#a a«iaa tsa®sf auuKlfe —Cash— * Specie—Singlo fcopy, 1 year, $'.^,00 " *« 14 Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volúmo. AwrauroseBSNi uutuas a CP" Advertisement^ inserted at 15 cents •^er linC, for first insertion; and 10 cents or each subsequent iuaertion. „ jg^No advertisement Inserted for less than $3,00. ( t3TA,libernl deduction made on year- ly advertisements. ém wmm VW All kinds of Job Priuting executed with ue*tiiess,and dispatch. r - ■ , ■ * - < ■V ) V f 1 I I A Advertising per Moáth or *ear. —SPECtfe— ST Á, Car4, not ejt^eeding the space ed by too lines, bravier, per year, ollttl'8. •ccupiei Ten D 3 in'ths. 1 column $ 50 00 4 " .... 30 00 ■i " .... 20 00 (xm'ths. j $ 8ft («J | 5000 80 00 lüdB'ths. $ 15000 8000 5000 ■ ——M ti AliL legal und transient adverti^menti . ' charged tor by the line, and tcr bo paid to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 March 1867

i; «*• ,--;v • -v: * # . ^ - i / / « . .' %} Cnmtrpai. «1P •BTSE1X0CT :: 11: t:: i Editor f -'"iliii 7' ' " -- --- BELLVILLE, TEXAS: / ' FRIDAY, MARCH 1st, 1867. The following periling arfl authorized f a«eots for "The Country tnan,'' anil will receive subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for moneys due this office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., N«* Orleaua. WANTED.,—A practical printer to be- «•orne a partner in the publication or the Countryman. Little, or no immediate capi- tal required. A person who can come well recommended for honesty, sobriety nrnd energy, and who "wishes to make his homo here, can have a profitable and permanent situation. No letters will be answered Application in person must be made. „ printer having some editorial experience preferred. ' tf. . Pbbaciiinu.—Rov. Mr. Konnon -will preach at this place next Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. M. O Push Ahead.—Push ahead the petitions for a mail route from Ilemp- stead via Bell tril...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 March 1867

•I M í t: V « CIjc fcrtrnmnw. V«L. i. No. 9 BELLVILLE, TEXAS. «■ái To Advcrtwors. WE W017Eil) CALL tlio attention of advei- to tlio .fact that the .circulation of the COUNTRYMAN is Vapidly increasing 'in Austin county mid .throughout the Statu, and that thin paper ¿Turixishe? a good medium fob making Jtnown their busiuess to the people of tlio interior. tf Masonic.—llompstead Lodge, No. 281, hold its stated meetings oh the first Satur- day iu every month, at Masonic Hull, tf llempsteiul Chapter; It. A. M., moots on tbo second Monday iu every month, at tlio Masouic Hall. tf. Locals. Quietude.—On last Sunlítáy wo Vero about to Write abbot tKe tyulétudo "prevailing horej but on thinking tliat praising anything sómetimes brings «bout a sudden change; wo concluded *'to wait awhile, when tó our surpriSo ' on going down town Monday morning ' we heard that some of our yóung gen- ' tlemen had been on a bonder ati'd 'dis< * ttifbed the quiet of tho citizens liviug near the public square. í...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 March 1867

•* X- mm Planters. If m Now th«t thé «egroe can no long- er b* forced to 4". • íooóernte day's work the «gj^nUowd ¡nteraat of the. feouth mttt Gaffes for the want of pro- per pereiatdnt Pat,ent t0"« nnlesB ev¿i can be remedied by the in- troduct*00 oi c^eaP> simple, and dura- ioal contrivance!", Vbieb enable the Southern planter- to pK>b the necessary amount of ork to cultivate and prepara for mar- ket the mops which, in former years, wen predicad by the compulsory labor of alavea. We confess that we have not very strong faith in Ce willingness of the negroes to perform their work with such efficiency as will secure large fosults. We thinly that we shohld .begin to look about for such mechanical aids as will en- able us to cultivate the usual number - of 'Ocres without the labor which we have formerly, bestowed upon them . We want plowing machines, grubbing machines, improved pultivatofp,' nnd all the modern appliances of meobaui- cal skill, which are used in*Kurope, and in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 March 1867

# • ' ! Y 4 ,ra ' r ! *' % jiuih. i| tm m . f$t Counlfgnian. ..«.•ni. J. ffc OSTRttHOUT, püótarrron. * ;{" J «O WM* W««, UMLLVlLbti AUStia COUfftr, TMXAS. -CA9h- (S^koífe—Slnfle Copy; 1 *éef„.,...$SttH> « " " SiiBionth ,... 1,60 ' Fifty asiabeit make a vofo&e • '■ •1 fcAiw§á¡* HT Advertisements inserted at 15 eentl |etÜM, forflrst iuertiWi mJ 10 cents or each subsequent interttet . HT No aAwrtisement inserted for Ja tíaTl fs.os. ~ ~ . 1ST A liberal dedacttea made es ye** «M «MI* IT" All kind* of Job Printing enoated with ae*taasaaad dUfoteb. lUHn s± 1 a y* j % \ ' S '' - . ■ ;i¿ ;• Ü 7 : -tusm j. *. MfiH «w- * i vSwoWv S \v<v"V¡t> «¿ID itomp&iT mT VOL. 7.1 Pvu "K lxS.lt U Jl ¡ hé|| fil ÍNÍ M Jr-'jrtbr ' ft- -írft J."?<]« ■( nvb; 'lúi'J '•*£ "lo '••n ; ¡.¿4, j .hl m\ a VJ Bellyüle. *¿¿¿34 lio *i i no ?.• ' <7 ,'!0|K ■i H".|i|' —SPECIE— A Card, nol exceeding the apace occupied b/ ten ÜMi| bml#t4 por year. Ten Dolían. 3 m'tha. 1 column.. *.$ 60 00 A ■« .... 3000 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 March 1867

k) • 'Í IV. Rffi?, m /% .... x (• <nl; M>- >13 .tvV 1 •t ' - suit. MI jao J . idol) h' til nf', t '.dsiic'' •tail i *dt /t n JUU0AY, MARCH 22,1867. . to '1 ■t iA<4 d .jOe? , «1" •**r 3fv; ' i y >c*' '.viuf '•. i ,V< • H • '# * Ou. ' "Ttó "following aar«(|i«^i 4 ag*at for "The Uountrviuan, and will fO^iTlfiibicriptimi ana advertising, ftud * Cor monejrrdnrtbis office. )aniel. llouíton. &. |^nd<li|rr115 Common St., Bar. H. G. Monges Wínprfiách at the Oíürt House, next Sunday, at 10 ¿;doikÁ.M. r i i '-aotfi t; APilT .ijft' <> nt SWU Ail ye 11 ' ■ ..in r,iu i I" i'aid l.,, jrt - rt. >: liad* i*' .,!> .ujudn <J 'SiJ'li I HIl! "1 (}| . I fattl •",1 • ' i i'1-'" -Ml V;' :,n , . i-a it. <1lu "J Retubtefl.~1¡\ .A Erigleke. mee- ^fnt ojf¡B«Wvillei koa beea tt, New YorLcity1 oirbbiÜés . Herr'otnrafcfl bis^B vjriu4*4m i^a'íawdaya^ , is NmiiáltoÁité timi t'jmimtf Wéw'ftd^eit^emqnta tlúaweek.: Head tfieih—reaid Íbero «U. d Wo eháll cali norteo t0 tbuW V®...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 March 1867

jppfp ^ ^>4 y - 1 *•'• '• >' V fW j. - ., A' ■....• ■ - -j4 fMéHWMüuS&vl' •' ••'. v<«K;>fcV T "' %xvfW-; ; BELLVILLE. TEXAS. 'i *i I' lüíl **U No. 9. áüáct rr* Tí To Advertía© . Peabody. 11,000,900 I!V KÚfVEY* OVEE OtOQoioo Jf BCfalte: WNwHr Ww* "**"* ' •i *\\ür ir& wótitD cAtL the Attention of .adver- r UtorWlntf "IH Austin county «4 STffl^^A¡9BÍ ir., i ..,l tr it* Lodge, No. 281 on the ñfkt Satur- l the secowiMonday .in every month, at the Masonic Hall. , tf. ■ ■ • t>l>i. Is-M'mi.iJi «trO-.Ji'Mifa J^lVi V'i Wi -ft.'ir .o ... !,, * H (CN.Ufl'í .Mai'MrÜi. f*llíí l l¡)tlf ft'} nil i}'.'. -.'"T'í Vi Sf.JuH i •¡V: • ti' /. l . i till 7í," • n-t-i.í .<«í j .o , '•>,ÍM I *!• í«Ji; .( M I -•> ll ((. . . •fill. / til. ¿Mí j. ,.!• / v.i ■i >íi U'.' •i :<v ■'. >t '* láAm^ps^h9rmi. Í^Qút"aldr gentWmqiity 1Sír. H.& Griteij ba¥ sold x)utfcí¿la*fce lrtb<*-ef goods to Messrs. -Krewsen/r&'srfip.jy; ,We think our tbuntry tftfceas willfeé «bcry'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 March 1867

TiIU.- v... íTrvfHat , «Sí-V * r.mébi 1 •qt'.yf*: ■ ;nf; It is an emblem oí the peace > Which dwells anting the blest, atárir. conflicting carea of Ufe, Like «tempestuous set,, >lnywasie the fragile franje te dwt- The spirit «till u free- 1 íove, when dusky night has flung 4 it mautle o'er the eartbf 'And that lone hour again returns, ✓ t i/'ui.n .tY) 1ft • 4 , which gave lQ (IrtMOM their birth, To aoe the holy nan pjt God Bowed at the serine of prayer, T!l* wife and smiling babea around > ,. . . .To,meet the Savior tbert. 'And When the morning's roar light V . Beams o'er the eastern hills, And gratitude, for life and health, ^acb generous bosom fifis; I lor to sea the happy group, Again devoutly bent, JSqefciqg, jo humble prayer, to give " Their ospiratioflí Y®nt. :r,' O'J ,l , i \\ tv .it ■'.TV. y.o i u.av if .1.: // Vif] jf>' I ;tll ill.' r rr« happy home, Of purs domuqtic love. The storms -that wreck this wintry world, May rave and roar abound; '¿'hey cannot blight a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 March 1867

w ,vf *■'<>« j*fp H * iKulty'w •♦lk-5 ¡H | II MU I II í Ét vot.vii:i BiJLOTOjpi, ea Bellville. a ruauc anusM. Wúñttá jcmjr couhtt. tsxm. X \5, í# jifiiHt i erfi StOÍV&irTlON #4TC5 —CASH— HfMit-SinJ* Copy. t K «v.„„$3,OO <• gUsMatlu,... 1,50 (Fifty tuUn make a '«ehune. ^OFitims/Are «ras gíAlll liil1<l iMlÉlll it 15 cent* perliaea (w in* iaa*a<ia. mi 10 Uf 8Mb llXftfoi- tTNi advartUemsnt inserted for lees # #-■ I I |to b. i v, fe m yetr- •fTiar. r frwyom- ^gt'&íttSSíSE 1 Hl>u f.MOO i" .... 3000 « «000 • m'tbs. • MOO 60 0U 9000 U m'ths. • 160 00 8000 6000 ALL leca! aad traatfent advertbeiaeat* akerfadfcrbyfeeHne, iml to be paid for la edvaaee, ta Spaeie, «rito eqaWaicnt < E STRAY AdveititeeMati handed in by the Coun- 5 Clerk, will be iaacrted at the price Axed lew, vtf: T*o dollar* for each bone •r work o e*tr yed. * Professional Cards. >,■"1 ■ - ' " " ""' Chas* T* Kinuagk) jros«a* wsuo. BELLVILLE. lutii County, Tesaa. Henry Kmlrop, SADDLE MAKER, BELLVIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 March 1867

T t Ir*- I. 1 a \ Í V • Uy Cljc ComtttjiHiait. J. 1' OHTERHOC'T, - Proprietor. T. HAKTLEV, Kilitor And Publisher. UELLV1LUC, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MABCH 2D, 1987. The following persons if it authorise! asonta tur "Tbu Countryman,'1 and will receive auUcriptiona soil adrortising, an.I Receipt for money* dne tbi*ofllce: ' Booth dt Keéiiett, Strand. Galveston. Wharton & SaudoUtt',1 15 Common at., New Orleans. ' To Advertían. WEWOULD CALL the attention of adver- tlaerstntbe tact that the piicnlatiou at tLe COUNTBVUAA' 1 rapidly iufrmiii,/ in Austin county.uu throughout tho State, and that thia naper fargishes a good medium for making known their business to the people of the ioUtior. tf To SubnorilirCT. ty We would remind many of our aub- So.ribers that their subifription* are orer due. W are pieaied to tee that our circu- lation It incieaiiug, but, at the tamo time, we ought to bav an increasing balance of lUbEvrtptiena, as a act off qgalqst the paper bill. Roll up and fay y^ur lubsprip- ...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 March 1867

.ftiliMpy Order. The Government of Louitiana and Texat Declared Positional. Below will be found the first general crder frera the headquarters of the fifth military district, luued in accord- ant with the military govemmeirt nets Headquarter! Fifth Mil. Dit., \ $ew Orleans, March 19,1867.) Qeneral Order No. 1. 1. The act of Congrua entitled an ant to provide for the more «fficlent government of the rebel State*," having been officially trans- nutted to the underaigned in an order from the headquarters of the army, which assigus him to the command of the fifth military district created by that act,consisting of the States of Louisiana and Texas, he hereby assumes eommand of the same. 2. According to the provisions of the sixth section of the act of Con gross above cited, the preaeat State and municipal governments in the States ofLouisiana and Tessa are hereby declared to be provisional only, aad subject to be abolished, modified, controlled or superseded 3. No general removal from o...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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