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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 August 1862

m —as r VOL. 3.1 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 23, 1862. llELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN J. P. O BTtrgOUT, S.PXTCK. BELLVILLE—TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUaUST 23. 1092 Special Notice .AHtr tVij «Into All «e H ivi'TUm nicnt Inwrtcd 1 n Mi Coi■ ttynan. will Ik ch.uv-il TviH'fciittupir lm< loi • u> liiit inuuii Tin a Ht* pur thii Kir fin'. áQbwiinoii lux mini, i'mraft, itilvtrtWad lijr t'.. Cu9uiy i5li*rfc, will b'> ulctry* ! Two l>pl lit' ir c.iah<tuiiu.il 'Mftwilmx! Mi,y. 31, irtfij. Tho Commiitiioucrs Court Tho C«mnty Cmirt met on Monday Inst, nil being new members, except W. E. Mtinger, Considerable business was done. Tho court remained in v.v.<imi xiutil Thursday evening. * Among other things, tho court fiX'd tin1 coinminsiona to be received, by t hie Treasurer, n.t 2\ per cent. far m:eiving nod 2j per cent.. for ^disbur- sing, all'moneys tlmt may cómo to bit; bands as Treasurer. All soldiers enljsting for tlic war, who arc permanent residents oí this countyt and enlisting before the J9...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 August 1862

ich would subject them to prison " death, or confiscation. not right to visit severe ton meii for doing what itiously believed to be imass ofthesé meuat iieve that they have the st they owe allegiance td as to the Govern- had always given former. Humaiii- i the usages of the out against fto those wlxo yield rerment de facto, de jure cuasqd or have any power, [e denied |hat there was any justification orcausn for the present revolution. He admitted the right of Government to prevent the secession of any State, but such right was not derived from any authority in the Constitution, but from the right of self-preservation; He thought that if there had been no slavery iu the Sonthern States there never would have been any confiscation bills. The passage of this hill will only tend to prolong the war and make the separation complete. Richmond, July 31. Sir—Ou the 22d of this month n cartel for a general exchange of Srisoners of war was signed between [aj. Gen. D. H. Hill on behalf of the ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 August 1862

iraní ■■■iSHimaBI WS "■ ' ' «* mww'yMW. rife «5 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 30, 1862. CIRCULAR 5LET Tho Confiscation Act—Lincoln's Pro- clamation. SUPP PASTORAL VOL. 3, \ BE L L VILLE CQUNTBYMAN J. P. OSTEBHOPT, BPlTOn. liELLVILLE—TF.XA8. S ATUEDAT, AUGUST 30. 1862 Special No tico. Ato-rtbb divto ull new iMlvrrtlMnni-MtfrlfiiuVti-fl Int CmnitvymtiH will lie cUargc-il Tttnity cantéperlhtv lur tin- llrnt iUMTtluit, unit Ten peril jiir line lor i«;h «tilMcqnent fu.• rtton. F.nrnijt, nilvcrllm it hvtlio County Clerk, will bu eli'iwil Tira J>ot /«rtfiir «Wiunlmitl mlvi rtlswl May,ill, lHliJ. Third Volume. Tkh.mí or KuiisrnirTum 5o per yt-itr, If palil In ndvHiii'c, nr Itifori- tho lililí mimWr ¡ (CI (K) if |ialil nIV r tb>- lüth number and 1« fiiri- twi «-low y.-tir. the tour ; 04 Oo If iiaU ntlt-r tbt- clo « of tho 4? """" ' v'" '• '"'J rhmu term will tin utrlctly mlln-rnl to- - AUv>Ttivi'iTi«u<M nmnt b« lmmlril iu ixJ.iy hmrnlnir In lu«ur I tun rt inn. We give tlifn wnuk, to -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 August 1862

' Y'y , •J'"' tf, l'' '« ' '• • ■ÍJ i: ■ . • •' M$*M( i-:m M; j'M Report. fe* ' &&'$! , ' subject if the present War, to report: ' gv|'./. " ~ie course pursued by oto own * the Confederate Government, and constitution of the same and the laws and acts of Via* denomination as we have already done as individuals. *' *M now waged by the United States agaiúal > onr right of self-government .was wicked fn its andbarbarous in its character, and aésóluteiy of the United States Government in tho days of their numbers roay^be legion, and they cncam- by sear—take our cities and destroy our towns— With their flotillas—confiscate our property and threaten lay many of our brnve soldiers on the buttle field— " ^ - 1U8—issue the disgraceful edicts and orders against lovely and amiable women—yet none of these things move us, except to inspire us to a more unconquerable determination. Our trust is in Gofl, and our motto still .floats defiantly on the breeze speaking the language of *76, "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 September 1862

P$PIÍ : *. : .. ' feill™ i : h-Pm BM JBp' F >■ E¥59 ', Mf ' -:m mMXMp í?*' MffnffiilIBw'ÉiP' liillli ' "Wí ¡"Ittl i ftaUjP .jpájNF-IJSpPf? ^wiv<'yfSfr- tv ■ V • -/i &• WV..' >1 ¡L ' *•' ;' r i$y ¿Sí/* ¿ i ' ' T S «/>'." f*I/J IT.**- -'i. ttg 1.1. «lie. iSxüed ■WiK I to the letter iva to Úte man- «t Huntsville, and To get i to be' hopeless/ We to goto making it -- m the wortd with ■ɱir?£' ra is king," howeiw* I. not bUMkbUq of ~ S^S^aSí o, u: .2U?£ ;ed world, th*n My arch wu ever known to Cotton is from fifty to fifty-six •one ki éiu _ * «ií:V3t J« ** At tlllS JWd* <* soon be as high there as here, With our limited fbrour cotton mills of New WMWi^P-': §mwMi;3iir¡}á wont of the raw material; Such bo- i% the case, we would not be sur- f Lincoln should raise the himself,rather than see such a catastrophe happen to his own eoun- certainly must see by this time that his foolish blockade has no efittLin his favor towards oonqueriog us," and that the fight wilt laat just...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 September 1862

i •'■' .•' w*^3- ./A1'; r '4*vi .y- ^ ' A Í ^' -•■■ • • , 'iff . ;;1 ■.*... wÑ¡¡ Ajfr' '■ mm y .'Wt.-jU ¿tíhf'f'.-jb W0, of what is rand Christmas expect nothing ltfl a new elected, which be done, appointed. . A -'.J ibune, of July 10 > is fall of secessionists—a trae assertion. There in our Bchool8, in i,'ln almost every civic of Chicago. There is in the city which t Contain them. You will and i every drinking saloon, and ' these latter holes it is to proclaim yourself an • tJnion man. You can i upon the Btrept corners, It i insignificant boyst nor an one made yesterday at Of Clark and Bandolph "By God, Jeff. Davi¿ J be np here pretty soon, and he will fix things right." It is not un- known V> everybody that a law office is in the confiden«£of the Government add Hint it i funds to pay out to the Con- stat ' Camp Douglas, r'a mattór Óffn3ws"'f 0 many, to "all, that regular meetings are held in this city L ! treasonable sentiments heir festive orgies directs me to ac- of you* l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 September 1862

BELLVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862. V OL. 3.} THE ¡5ELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN I. P. OiTMHOPT, «PITOH. BELLVILLE—TF.XA8. 8ATUBDAT, MPT, 13. 1M2 f g nl>1 Wttirn a llorthU dato «II mi* advertisement* Imprimí 1 nt Countryman, will b« oborRud Ttemty unttptrlhte for the flnt insertion, and Ttn etnli ptr Um for r«ch rabseqttimt iMcrtlon. Kttrayr, *lvertl <il by tho OonntT Clerk, will be charged Two J)ot' ¡art tor tack animal advertised May, 31,lhfls, Third TERMS ór SDMCUn-TION :—93 SO por year, If paid In advance, or befti'1. tha 13th number; •:! 00 if paid after the 13th number and before the clone ■if the year; $4 00 If paid after the close of the y«ar. Tbeio torra will be itrietly adberrd to* 13^ Advertisements ninst I banded in ea Wndnosdajr morning tu ln urn Inwrtlon. CP" Ottr suBscribers will ootioe thq item with tho caption, "Third Volume." It may be beneficial to aome of them. The fact it, tobacoo, migar, coffee, etc., are getting «o high, that $2 60 now will buy more Than 95 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 September 1862

12, Auguat 14th aa arti for! sale Camp No. S. UoilMmi Ef - \ 8tR—Wo I 8 o'clock Id the «very night and thoae do Who meat t hat ■ line Rrcf I county, that time of night—form and «tart on the we saw yeaterda water! llViW of the Trinity river ! water until day before tod night we ... hi mean pond went down the throat of hi i rWe °? ^reeor.four oceaaiou bad to make forced marche of from 14 to 17 lu!¿£t0 water of an* sort. When we have to make tho e long hard ii'arche ovatfhe hot sand it ia verysevere on hanunüfron two day. when the march J2? P .jJ7 . tCT®re, I uppo e about ¿00 men had iodrop out and cotae in at they couldaft^r re tíng. I suppose there are at least 400 men in the regiment with oU t ei a feet. IsnOhr very much on ac- count. of the tenderse * of my feat. Charley i f arris has not been able to pat on hi boots for three day , we are hauling him alow barefooted, some other are nearly a* bad Ben Hutu and myself *oth wathed ooeday.J ,"j^e Bre getting somewhat accustomed walking...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 September 1862

IMBm ItilliM V "K) j.,' ■isfeiíM.' < iir <>«ÍW w lj->4 Jffflli VOL. 3.| BELLVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1862. «Í iiifi. ;«i 41 i ri'iraa THE bellVíllb counteymXn 1 I. T. BELL VILLE—TF.XA8. MPT,aO.lt0ft ifotiee Aftorthls ¿UUbII <ww advertbmnnats Injertad lot Countryman, will be tbarged tWniy emtiprrilM tor the flrst Inwirtloii, una 7V emu per Hut tor fftcfc subsequent Insertion. Xttray , advertised bytbeOoonly Olerk, wUlbe chwged Tw Dei- tore for net animal advertised May, 31, 180?. 17* We are Indebted to Dr. P. 8. Clarke of Hempstead for late papers and Extras. Bach favors aro appre- ciated. We hear of corn being sold in this county as low as forty seven cents per bushel Our people will remember that Tuesday is die Barbecue at tbis place. We look for a large turn out of the people. It would have been a good idea^if thought of in time, for the regiment of State troops to have met,for drill. * It is now. too late to ftsaé'tBe order. BP* The news from the war seems to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 September 1862

PSESEDBNT'S MESSAGE 7b the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives of the Confederate States. It is again our fortune to meet for discussing measures necessary to the public welfare at a time in wbich our country is involved in a desolating war. The Bufferings endurecí by Borne portions of the people excite the deep solicitude of tht Govern- ment; and the sympathy thus evoked has been heightened by the patriotic devotion with which those, sufferings have been borne. The gallantry and good coudnct ftf our t«>op¿, always claiming the. grati- tude of the country , have been further illustrated ou hard-fought fields, mark- ed by exhibitions of individual prow- ess which can fiud*but few parallels in ancient or modern times. Our army has not faltered in any of the various trial to which it has Retaliation in kind, for many of them is impracticable, for 1 have had occasion to remark in a former message that under no excess of provocation could our noble, hearted defend ess be driven to w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 September 1862

VOL. 3.} BELLVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 27, 1862. {NO. 9 THB "BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN 1. 1 . OiTlHHODT, BPITOR. BELLVILLE— TRXA8, SATURDAY, IBPT, 27.18(52 facial Notico Afterthte data all new advi-rtlMmenlalnitrrtrd Jnt Countryman, will bf churged Twenty cemijierltii for tb. flint Insertion, it nil Ten ctntt per line lor •neb «uWijaent In wr I Ion. Euroijr, twlvrrtiwd by tlie Count jr Cl.rk, will bu ch<tri[ d 7V« Dot Inf for earkanimal advertliu-d May, HI, 1803. QP* Mrs. 0. thanks Mrs. E. Cleve- land for that bottle of wine. It was very good. ' Thanks to B. B. Lee. Esq., for late ted important newspaper*. fc#~ Elijah Moore of this place died at Camp Grace on the 16th inst., agi*d 46 years. It I a good time to advertise. Advertisements are few and always read. ET In a day or two we ahall pub- lish a "Confederate Treasury Note Counterfeit Detector." Counterfeit notes are becoming so common that it behooves every person to be on his guard. Call and get a detector o f 25 cents. The new con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 September 1862

. V. ■ Imam of the Mobile r*rf o * its independence, has escaped uni- versal denunciation. The order pro- vides that if the editor or' proprietor of any newspaper, published in his Department, shall publish any edi- torial articK or copy into his paper any article'Or paragraph, calculated to impair confidence in ány of the commanding officer* whom the Presi- dent may see fit to place over the troops, such editor or proprietor shall be aJrtoet to fine 'and Imprisonment and the publication of Ihe papei hereafter be suspended. Van Dona is onfe of the Generals of our army in whom the people have entertained high respect; but this older oomes with a force well calcu lated to shake confidence and Inipair respect. It will be remembered 'tlrnt there was talk in Olir late Congress of placing a censorship over the press •but that> body, governed by wise «mnsels, refused. Should Van Dom's or/tier be earned •out^ the¡ press of tjhe Mfssissi pi By will be shorn of all that irakés a press desi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 October 1862

• . . • .')• ■ ¡ft « . É- •' mk>*ébé$w/í t •'i• *2 :sW' ;}-V4*v * £'■< VOL. 3.\ BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 11, 1862. 0.a. A publie meeting has La Grange, Fayette counjj^ welcome BBLLVILLE COUNTRYMAN BBLLFILLX—TKXAa. MArV**At, OOT-, 1L1M> ■facial Metlc* AJJerthb date *11 o* ad VertlMaienUlniorted lot CoánlTfi ,*. will t tbUTed Tmtuty u.utrtrlt* forth.-wWrtío each krs-<vrvn l—vrtíem. Awim- advertid ¡ r IhoGoauy Clerk, will t). charged Tmo D*L- Ian for «nú anliaiü itdvertietd Muy, 31,1MB. TUrl T«l i W dr RuftftCKimoM#2 30 per ymr, 1 ibwl.Hh uoiplx r ¡ «*U 00 _ 1 iiur ida iBin RHinbai * * * " ' " «Tik* JmM Ib advao.- , or bifor.' WpaJd after Uio Utthnainber and before the elü*e wii; ffi"! 00 If paid after the clmm of the term# will b. etrlctlv adhered to. A<Uo« Wo mente unn bo banded In early nesdur lOornlnf in IDiaro lrv,.rtlon. -5 We hare received several contributions of poetry lately, but our column* aró'so crowded with other matter that we can't find room for such, co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 October 1862

[Kroin ilio WiuUiugton (Ark.) 'lVligruyl!. "A Touch efKTa^nrr^|naUcs the whole A Bubacriber lias pu ub in poa- ession of tbo following letter, -written by. a lady o Mississippi totho bereav- ed widow of one of our Arkansas volunteers. It is a plain and mod- ■ «st epistle, poured fresh from a Jeel- ing heart. Although not. intended for any other eyoB than those of the afflicted family, it is so full of deep humane sympathy, no redolent . of all those puuu and noble emotions which niaketbo true woman angelic, that wé cannot doubt its public inter* est. It will reach the heart of every wife, inollier and sister whose bus band, son or brother may. ISj in the army in Mississippi. Choctaw AokncV Miss., 1 Juno 2i), 18g2. i Hns. Mary A. Daniel, Dear Friend:—I write you by the earnest request or your dear husband who God in his allwise providence has .. removed to his bright home above ! and while I record his death to orie sp loved by him, tears of true sym- pathy flow from my sad heart, • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 October 1862

VOL. 3.} BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1862. {:NO. 12 TNI BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN ■9 f. F. OITMHOPT, lPITOg. BF.LLVILLE—TF.XA8. IATOUAT, OCT., 18.1862 Special Notica AHortbU AM. all aw «<W«-rtl emciit«ln crtt-<1 Int amutlnromm will Ik ehlirKml n*« <|r emf«r>«r/i li- ter tb. flrrt liiiwrtlon, and Ttn ctnli per tint for rneh «nbufqurnt tnm-rtlon. K*tr*y. wlvi-rUnt-d by th* County Clerk, will bu cletrK'-'l Tira Hol- laré for mcA unlinnl wlven limit May, 31, .SHU. Tkifi V«I«b«. Tumis or Bomcuiftiow ttw per yeor, i rid In ik1viu>e<', or lK-fnr* tli<< Villi hambrr; $3 00 p«Ul a!Vr tliu lililí nu iili r nut liuforu thu «la*< of 111. y ur; M to u unid itfU r th. clow of tb« y «ir. ThMB ler.n «rill tw «trlctlv mllion-il to. VJf A'lr >rtUiim.'nt< mn t I ' liawlwl In .urly Wrdna«l.tv morning to lnmr.> InurtlMn. Rbqimkntal Drill—- We would remind llio captains and commanders of companies of State Troops of this regiment of tbe regimental parade and drill to take...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 October 1862

S" >4y ■wsw. ower loft lian 111 I «o ieU, on t | ?U«,- tlwwp w aeutimeats, tli goii noten. Th« writer nay# aü¿/ aeeing (1m v«ri- ncro?s the Bailor'* back. Between the XJiVthwamro the press, aula Jtwiniunna t«>a$ eacJ* WirNfi,, I «( tljtv. genuine Utuy.Jfe *in>e (War* *ji|rt„/iTid iln of w|nlt t, ,wWcU'<|i^aah«n '-iiltto H *óíl AV> on tl p waw a;<r The'értwnt'Hrfaít in at-ren nnd thru*- tb inches to g. and two and tli i unite wide do theatiaiylit imtrgin.xl jropud the vnigratipg- f"oárt Darin :« L ih o, encotin «^tywMMadi ílorfv'fot !)th Nitw concealed iWyWttth wlw nwro ¿nmitU* byndeep 'rtíVlnV arid "i fca&re tkey i Vánf. awiro of h; ■'the WtAgmisrt «reos within twenty M<fcw Ow «en «ecnred the . «dranta<r v of the first fins hnwnvvr, fiwwat-d wiri> • velUfter ppM «ur flpoit' ut 15 íi.ijumilt l al i'wífcMíbf, mad** 4 , aíwV f< íKelirb Kw f<*k. bt Injf 'lo ¿¡va it np, o tve '&SiMW;\ h*ifcM Sergeaitr hopped up'iu him tu true f-Ie .«id kt >¿k.'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 October 1862

I ,v'f •«. .• •••. *'. fWwi lift \ ' IM (gSgp^j$(M UlMV r y "r-X* ••■■'¡XtfX Wl RH .<•:• mm 'mmHM !> Mir P' <P í¿ V ■ P I®1 ■JW&fl T[ (■: V ™ ■ i. (CTCf _ J iPMM ==¿=?¿3S =rr—- NIÍWHI'ill' lL«i^at AíénAJAÉ Awdn *rk.« Aw d-ya.-a^W II I ■ K *¿wr ; W rr' pJS L* «>?! v l*«W * K^' "ordered coottntp* and battaliona to to •t a nawt'i notice Three tfifciy iniit I)# J*bmm ví&ímrviif mmm if vi«> Aiiifll M '*Mf 30 to 40 iVdmiolW Wwr ^ •MiV4p^tf.0en.<¿arka<W, fcr riolatln* thek ■rtnlm /ffhe Bulletin, a Yibkw (Nfttri idvacttn peac*«rTha fMy «ay I hey gained jfb*<*y«*«* Price And Vm Dow nearCerinih. TJm battle, b*a,been confirmed. The JnM ou both, .idee « W M*y. Daring the ¿ghf a whole brigade of opra wtt captured be tb* bat «frrwardá the brigade of tW,«ir 1JT, tkai capmied waa takf* bf *«r íorna t« geth«-r jjaplr proviaioua íoj- • urayy^uoiWH Wjth ÚM .prfcooera.. Tfce ivport¿f tbey sitoulJ ku >w,;Mf* *'*• < " >! *«• whethertbia tjalt mriU1|HM .«r...tblfL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 October 1862

j>o!;e rv^tkaMolMKrtVrr. A Btatlram^r. Th • toll) whig .1 tcarn«üt, lotwled fwrtbe "Amy A-giia," while iba piper w%* ei^tatilixbi-'d at (J iritiib. h.v.;t¿ I %t ltt> way b u füÜHii luto oir ht.ids if it* g •neratitie* In aiybt.iy i.i u .íihn 'tr it i their f.ú., .t i i ",i «v.i -iri it > Í1UC 'ty it, # , . n>t cm<!i , • • >1 • r tu } rtty tu Hit* d..ÍTi)l Oi.a* A ••till.It ,. te<f, CHtllll* fill (• bo JU ISeil by ¡t, 11 i«l iiinrntc<<;tl *« to the m* in w u, h th y .ii «y belli il i.ig r uf f ilb.ig o «uApii-inur ! v : Miu i'ahv camirism. BY COL. T. C.J.*"- 8cene—^clmol room—(JI.ks i i Mill* tary A.i'tirrt hi.uhI up. Qi^a.iou.—- Yli it is di.* int duty of m ii igtdn-r General. A iswer — l\ «w« ir by note, — «VI it is (b • second da y t A.— I'.i drink «very il iy a ijmuitit \ of'bul whiskey. —Wti it in ike third duty ? A.— I' bo comtiiiily astonished that these and oilier teat* do uot briug hiua a Major Ueneriii'a coui- ■¡MMIU Q — iVhit U i lie fir«t du'y o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 November 1862

4 ' . I íí' I j'l|| I IIJM I | . mm m it'ij rW '. . 1 ■ ,!■..■ r, . '■ ■ ■ ■ ■ .f =aai BELLVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 1, 18 ÓÉ*' -. " l'üriELi JÉPfíh!-,*! . íl 'i. ''V .-. . \*áfy *1íSmá :. \:-t *¿- J.'.iJit 1 í.^1'I,TÍJÉUfc. i- I... . L t U ' kliMt,- 1 oTt*' . .> ttg/ week, both í and the exemption have recently passed the Confederate Congress. Look end ' U y«mr nol «enpl | Patriot N, 0. han ires eufc per year to learn that a ot Mr.Ko^ bid fié 9 to hare her clothes take Are, and Before the flamea could h<t extinguished, the waft so severely burnt tjiat «he died in a few heart Vhat by a latter received 601 hit aen H. Boone, adjutant 3(p thla purpose portion of the tailed to rat urn -Jr* and that * «re gulled In'i '}!* f. a 1 in Jfe* racelv Hunt, sUtes that now all well or near- ly so. Floornoy is to have ebmmánd of 4 or 0 regiments. he drill Company F against any in the Confederacy that has no .longer than it has. at little Bock, the reg- was eat down to one wagon to each company....

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 November 1862

* The Military InmfMo Aet. The following is a copy of the Fxemptisn Act, *a finally passed by both Houses of Congress j A Bill to exempt certain persons from nillitary service, and to repeal the ant entitled "An act to exempt certain persons from enrollment for service hi the army of the Confede- rate States," approved the 21st of April, 1862. Invalid , Officeíu of Government Clerk etc. 1. The Congrec of the Confede- rate Statu of - America do enact, That all persons who shall be held unfit for military service in the field, by reason of bodily or mental in- capacity or imbecility, under rules to be prescribed by the Secretary of War; the Vice President oí the Confederate States, the officers, ju- dicial and executive, of the Confede- rate and State Goverments, inclnding postmasters appointed by the Presi- dent and confirmed by the Senate, and such clerks in their offices as are allowed by the Postmaster-General, and now employed, and excluding all other postmasters, their assistant...

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