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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 November 1862

, J- =S . - •=? VOL. 3. J BELLVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1862. m BELLVILLE ¥■> RYMAN iaaertedlnt mut Ptrliim ftr Mm for . adorllwl charged Tm D*l- I May. >1, uaa. iliTlIlBt. BIT i—it M |k* year, if tk* U h 'nambvr; #3 OU kmkarMl be/ore th« cloao tfjpald after the etoae ofth. i wdl b« atríetly'adhered to. Hi nut be banded in early to ban isaertloa. There it great cry made all the tine for clothing for the soldiers. Why don't tíiote in authority take tome menoría to provide cards for the people, and then it will not be difficult to manufacture the clothing. If our county court would' take some action to procure carda for those who art receiving support from the coun- ty .they would enable many a fami. ly to provide for its own support. Carda an what are wanted. A wagon load bro't from Matamoros would well tupply the county. A G UM8.—At the election last week in the Bellville Beat for 1st Lieutenant, a feW of (the great secret German party of the Beat voted for an American, and he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 November 1862

la tht Senuto, on Wednesday last B. H. Hill of Georgia ofiesed the following resolution: "R esolred, that the Secretary of War infoim the Senate why it necessary to require sick and wound- ed soldiers in Lynchburg, Warren ton, Staunton and other places to send to the office in Richmond to obtain fur- loughs and discharges; and the rules now required to be observed in ftir- loughing soldiers; what officers have charge of the duty, what are their hours of bqptaess, and what are the regulations to enable sick and wound od soldiers to draw their pay, rations, clothing, &c. Mr. Hill in explanation said he had been informed there were a num- ber of soldiers at the places mention ed in the resolution who were unable to get ftirloughs on account of Un- necessary obstacles. which were put in their way. I understand, continu ed Mr. Hill, from some inquiry 1 bave made, that it is necessary for the friehds of the soldiers at' these places to send to Richmond to get furloughs, In a "great ay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 November 1862

VOL. 3.} «BELLVILLE, TEXAS. NOVEMBER 15, 1862. {NO. 16 r R lt,vt lle CO 11 xt n y m a n jr. Jj. OSTEriiOUT, Editor BF.LU'ILLF.— TF.XAS. SATURDAY MOV IS X852 Bpccial Ntlica Att rtti! itirtr nil nnc mlvi rtln ft" nfn'i m rl< i! I fit CottntryMaH «rllt in cliitripil Twtn'y emu i r It*-- tor the lintt Iiim rtlun, niel Tim trm* p<r Hurl' r ««eh mtm'itttcnt lnn.rtl.in. Ettraym, mln-rU*-"! t>y thvCoiuitjr Ulrrk, will )h> i-li'irK- il Tm Pal- lan tor enek iinliiuil wlvrnlwil M ijr, ¡II, .WW Third V*lnn*. Trans or SUHacKirTloN *„• to p r yinr, If rl<l It! it'lviincv, or bi-forc the latli nrnnlx r; 9:1 'HI |mM ntW tti«< lath no.iil r muí bulnr.' II ' of Hi* y .•un #1 00 If |mlil «Iter tin- dim- of tin- JTn.ir. Tln-m- tiTiiw will b,' •trlctly «.tin n <1 to. (*#* A IvortlwniHiitii mn«t In- tutu l>-<l lit << ■ r'jr W.-.frt'Hil.ir m iriilnK t'> In-tnv Inn rtl'.n. Or Wo thank Copt. J. W Air " Dad a for (I late pupur in advance of our mails. ~ fST Lnvacca was bom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 November 1862

The following article from the New York 'times foreshadows an at- tempt at subjugation in thisjAjnarter, and subjugating this State to a fanati- cal {scheme. These schemers J, seem to regard the whole South as theirs to be alloted to whatever j purpose they please. Let old Abe] send his 30,000 men to hold, occupy and possess our State. He may give us some trouble with them, but we sqpredly promise him that no one of them who penetrate inté the interior shall ever¡leavi the State alive. Nór shall any of hi free labor cotton grower ever tee their cotton Uoowi *oithin our border .—Telegraph. FLORIDA AND TEXAS FOR FREE LABOR. It has been proposed to send an expedition to Texas sufficiently power- ful to hold that State, and then to colonize it with free labor for the production of cotton. A similar pro iect has been suggested for Florida. Both deserve the earnest. prompt and practical attention of the govern- ment. They involve consequences of very great permanent importance, as well as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 November 1862

*«' «i-3 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 4862, mmm THK BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN I. P. OITMHOPT, Editor BELL ViLLE— TKXA8. HTVUáy NOT 22 1062 * ■foetal Nvtlca ) >11 MM ad*< > ndvortUcini'iit« Inwrtwl Int _ _ , «riU b« ehiUfMl Tttnty cmuy.rhnv to' tUa flrn luarrtloa, tuid Ten ttnl ¡vr lint for ••ch inb««qiu>nmiuurtloii. Huron*, u.InTilwd bjr tSiaOonntj Olark, will be cli«rg ri 7'wo Bwí lar or autrnlmal ««varUyod May, SI. lBfla Vllri TtllB*. TKtl Or aVHCUmUN ¡—#2 50 pr Y«nr, If Prid In adfUDM, or btfoto th 13th immb. r; t.l IX) If paid altar ha lttb mmbar iinrt In iof tti clow- <* tb« raarj #4 00 If paid after il^ do*, «f thu yuar, Thtxa tora* will b rtricily adlmrad to. Er Adrortlnamoott na bo immli'd In t' rly Wi"l>aad r teoralot to lowro ln*«rtlon I#" Perhaps no Countryman will bo issued next week. OP Mr.Darnman of company *0!* Waller's battalion was in town Monday, He represents the meu generally to be in fine -spirits and anxious for another brush, He say Maj. Waller ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 November 1862

The State of Texas- Adjutant and Intp'r Gcn't office I Austin , Nov. lltli '62. J Gknkkal ORDKRS NO. 24. I Tho Commanding General ot tin? (l>t Military) District, to protect ('I ''.ni, und to repel the invasion ot' r-xis, has made a requisition up • i tlic Governor of this State for n >: !.'«stüan Five Thousand Militia Soldiers, to serve for three months, unless sooner discharged. llf The Governor, in compliance therewith, calls for Volunteers, say fna the 1st Brigade, Galveston C' ntv, 200; from the 2d brigade, c< Hn 11 >*v'd of tbe counties of Chara- h.is Liberty, Polk, Tyler, «Hardin, J s]. .*r, Newton, Jefferson and Orange 500; from ¡h ■ 3d brigade, composed of tin- enmities of Angelina, Nacog- doches and San Augustine, 300 ; from the 4th brigade composed of the C'juniii'ft of Sabine, Shelby and Pa- nola 3<>0 ; from the ll'th brigade, compra n! of the counties of Houston, A i l.Tson and Trinity, (>0U ; from the 16th brigade, composed of the coun- ti>-<...

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

VI ■ JL'J f / c Bcllinllc CouiUruuinn. — ■>— " " BELLYILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 6, 1862. {:NU. 18 I 1 E COUNTRYMAN ¡i F.LLVILL E— TKXAS. •SATOBOAV DEC 0 i 802 K •r c' tl lie tic* r'liu nil '* inlvi rtlitriiH him Inm'rti'rt Int C' nirymaii will i i-Iuh-JciI Tvrnyrrit'f ptrUw l^.r tl: ' rtrnt llni'riliin Mid Tun euu* pir lint lur i i.cti til>r"(jt|ru< iu-"f!inn. E*'ratjm, lli'ilTtlmil tiv th. (Jnuni.y CW-rk w',11 clnr:;.il J'*# Pot '■< lor rark rtuliuui ,>t\ rilm-il Muy, ill, l?6t. Thi* I V l OK tfl'BsvKti'TIiN •—f¿ -VI jurr y«: r. T f till in a lv.ii|c«-, fir l>« for**,flu ititli number ; jf.'i«/() it paM44!li r IÍM- WtH rmtiib-r aii'l h> w>iv (bit cl'tn of trjo y i.i'; #4 00 jf after th ríftuo oí tin >• i T'.-ce ti-nuH^iii bi nfru'tly ik!Í « r. .1 ro. > £*' A lv«Ttifhiii< / f* lin'ptful In «'urly W' Auí míny moruluf to 4i Oir • inni'.ioii. iar . We received the proceedings of tljH Hempstead .meeting after the matter lor our paper lor thin week was set up...

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

t Speaking of the loes our army baa sustained and upon what claim of men it falls, the correspondent of the Mobile News writes as follows: Battle and disease kave made liad inroda in the ranks ¿f the Confederate army this year. Go where you will, whether on the battle field, to the hospital, along the railways, or where thy army has rested on its weary nwrohssi aad there you will ipd the evidence at death. The trenches numbers have been placed toget and the little hillocks with the wiae headboards and simple inscriptions which mark the resting placea of those who have been buried separate- ly, gieet you on every hand «fed ( ~ their own melancholy tale. Our loss in killed and wounded «ft fort Dounelsou may be roughly mated at 3500; it Roanoke aud en the North Carolina coast, GOO; at Shiloh. 10,000; at WilHamaburi Seveu Piñén and before Richtnoti 20,000 ; in the valley of the Shenan- doah, 5,000 ; at Cedar Ami, 1,200; Ht tb< battle wf Manassas 5,000; at JBoouaboro' and Crainpton Ga...

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

—™ ''Hi( Wit Mrrt riL U-Wmj ,i&/d ftj- *t HmC ntiziint :t: ),':.'.i:. BELLVJLL ■*sji FokT EAULI (SUOVK, ó¿ Two Del- 91, lftCSt iDi trict i county me* on Mon- boner, Judge Smith ' i town the eVenhg eiu-s* in fine ydis*barge of ' Wening the hiugr was. empanelled, sworn jy fcis honor, when to **inq«tre in and for jituKin couñt)'." The ssssion un- '* ' ' -when they were • found only ton < J. W. Bethany sen aa tore mail- ing wat held also on i way* And. mean* j wants of soldiers fam- tfoftbe meeting may __i.fi pWt -under tho proper , the court gave way fop the citizen to hóld a Currency may befonnd in this paper. After wbieh the conrt decided the case of Pri Aer and wifa vs J. 0. Wade, admr. in fitvor of the dependent. ; ' Out Wednesday in the case of J. J. Jackson vi W. W. Cochrane and ethers, being the report, of coromsi- sioners upon the p«t!Hdnr"óf lntid t; i. testimony i of N. I aa counsel fbr Plaintiff and K i*M m*j bout tí Wmm uiifes from Galveston, > Dec. 2d l?r,2. J M«...

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

4'-j A "recognition" meeting wilt held at Staleybrirfge, England, by the rate payer* of the town. A letter was read from Hon. J. M, Mason, our commissioner at London, of which the following is an extract: I think I tuay confidently assnm , as the public judgment oí Europe, that the separation of these States from the lkte United States is final and forever, and that no*possible con- tingency—even could' the war be continued to their extermination—can they ever be restored to the repudia- ted Uaion, r Under such circumstances how far it may be deemed incumbent by other Governments publicly to sckno^l edg the existing fact of such final separation, and thus to recognize the new power, is for those Governments to dttterminp. Fortuuately for us our people have shown themaelve* not only selfreliant, but worthy of hit reliance. We hiive fought our Rattles unaided and alone, ami until recently, uucheered by the nut ion; looking on. For the futnre we have no fears, nor would the recognition...

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

MMfMfr a nME$wr$ \Vj ■ft ■ W ¡B Tife. >ii.i?afi|k ":„ '-''■ sV:--rT"-;, ' '1 1 ' Wp? -rrr / r • j*7 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 20, 1862. TSoroiwpt, m5p" a ■TFXA8. ■ATTOPAl DgO flOiaca. _ Wpeclal If «tice AflerthU'date All Mu adrertliirmi'nt« Inarrted 1st Cvunfryaan. wilt bt tkuml 7W <r cents per Un v forth ar t Inirrtlon,and T** and per « «for ••eh >at>«equeat Inwrtloa. K irav«, adviTtlncl bjr the County Clerk, will b® cliHrti'xl Two IM- lar for Met animal advertUod May, 31, 1808. Yklrl Ttlamt. *** ""or SUBSCRIPTION $tl SO pt'r y Mir, If Mid In advance, or before the 18th .number i <Ü 00 If paid altor the 13th nnwbor and bfforu the clow " ti year? $4 00 If paid after the elo o of the yy.-Jrhm terina will be itrletly adhered I ear Adri'rtle«ra>iiU be landed In Wedneadwr morning to ln nre ln« Hlon. to. early No news, no news; such is tho cryeveiy where. - Can't get any for tbe Countryman. Don't complain "Wo can't get any pork, nor milch cow, nor 'tntera, nor nothin'....

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

HH pm v . i "*?■ w*W 1 Otarttwttw. "We regret very much to Bee th^ there is a disposition to piaco improp- er constructions upon the exemption clause of the Conscript act. It is thought bv some who arc.not exempt- ed, that toe property* eftJjgQptions of 20 or more negroes, operates unjustly upon thom, and that all who aro thus exemptod hare nothing to do but to go ahead and ntako all they can for themselves, while their less fortunate neighbors, who hare \iot 20 negjoes, perhaps none, are fequirod to go into the service and flght "the battles of the country. This is a wrong viow of the subject, Congress designed no such thing. On the contrary, it was deemed prudent not to leave the slave population, without white men to control them—that the master of the slaves could perhaps, govern them better than any other men; and that the men thus exempted would render their coUntry a greater service, by producing something to feed and . clothe the soldier and his family, than they could in th...

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

i... . T Mi ;4> flip H*i*|r <4wnf^ t 'M, Wt it fi vi'V HaHHMiriMtP^tt^ A ' MJ' JBB tw*m¡i, htmrnM IhHíüiI Stóuiptí— iBLLVILLE, TEXAS, 27, •* • Mf/M* • Uñé for f, 31, 1H03. m imw 1—93 50 j¿r year, If •flor Um elow or tb« riTUTE to ftUfV r fifty jreara of ag< ' " ' * • /.. ET Notice •!* oar i >IUM nr The •Wfii*Ik- * IJHfOuj Ranchero bythe liked the soiling for from é JfúiMiA that •1 ;<ÉÉtÍ>WB¡ ■ w (advertisements VMimPS&k taking Any Christtmui ivr to keep run* PlDttdiiiia «ILtíie itpiftr ~ /V. 'Willi* 7??'~ .if!1?1" VM'X ""W"'l li" , !, TeUí oí ecBipany "fn, informs tiu * Of this county, wh ComDauv recent] v l.n~r tod ontfi n^THmfn «ft" ' uwv tai«onM ¡indigent momber of tb oompwjfr |q represent Me ion dari (,W^, declined •ying to Mr. F| : two sons in tbi 1 ^ÁnáeMLMl represo in the family during thewar. ! f«ta r*V 1 . ii.N' -t v., mmS. I .«I ^ho Teli on the 29th lilt! Boston oijly two mile i Our forcee nv were maduke weru only ed batt and^our; thrown 1 leans from ...

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

From Íh« Misahwippian. Dec. Gth ■ "-Wfeat h Hodei te ft ! it be SÜÉVaL'uut to r Bpipwp'y fcnoWn, that ere haa eluded the trap set for him by •at Q ranada, where it w . enemy movement on Giving Aid to tho Enomy. We find the following letter of Gen. Washington in the Missififiippiuii. WliUo Washington was at his head* Sorters in tho year 1781, he learned at tho enemy had made a raid up enemy and the Potomac to Mount Yernon, and he impot&i- oxecute the him which i, not less than which appear to- in earnest, rendcr- ■ ; Washington nu the winter have comm< iug the valley impregnable, are against such a movement, additional advantage in hU it location, is that it makes his connection with Vickgburg more di- rect, against which the tremendous assault 6y land and water will be made at au early day. Compelled to aot upon the defen- sive, it is of the firftt importnnco that «ur force* should be in a condition «asilyto be maased at'any given point. It is in this way only that we cau mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 January 1863

■■HIM b3rbijk*i -f. w.%- • v. ^feia i£X v. v ; $. - H -•f ■ •. V4 ■ :• :.. : fc; ;• lC$i •*« v áfí.:J 5: 4... :>.^[.J: ra :* i ^^PKM . Mar .... '.;" ■'•. JmCt - • «• V . * \ • m;. «mi 7r M " 2w \..¿l ' ¡H ' ®E fSSflKBBsHasP - '5|É-^ ■ m ¡ .SI*, If asgglfeBKM £Ü •TÍIHBÍMBSSSIÉÍ ' i wm .M&ááM&mBltr. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 3, 1863. «feh '$v*J P-:. tna u W ¿bódof The losses wounded talis*. ■ ■•' i—MM pwjrwr, u 113th Bomber ¡ 93 00 k^áut* áWÁ -* iw mn? ni'MHi n i|an «r I ■dlwradto. ta • fight at Fredericksburg G#ns. MaxyGregg of B. Oohb of Ga. and reported killed * aide in killed an< timited at eighteen of the enemy from We captum some My iy, Gen. Lee layi, ' tie.' ...;m Galveston Sometimes force of 8 to there, ant one yankee there is no there at all. believe. i ocenred in thii I day, T*fó gen- three ahoti each, taking effect in the the parties. We re however, that one of , effect in the leg of J waa not a party to the -'6lficulty, bat waa atanding aonie distance off. An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 January 1863

M Adj't and Insp'r Gbn'l's Office. Austin, Dec. 11,1862. General Orders, No. 25. I. The number of volunteers serve for three months, unless sooner discharged, called for in General Or- ders, No. 24, of date Nor. . 11th ulti- mo, emanating from this office, being insufficient to fill the requisition made upon the Executive, by the O. S General commanding this Military District, II. Brigadier Generals or officers commanding the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 11th, I6th, 17th, 18th, 22d, 23d, 24th and 29tl> Brigades, where such Brigades shall have failed to furnish the number of volunteers, designated iu General Orders No. 24, shall forth with direct to bo drafted, in the man nor prescribed in Section 34 of the "Act to perfect the organization of the State '.Troops," approved Dec 36th, '1861; the number of men neces- sary to fill the quotas of their respec- tive Brigades, III The following persons are subject to draft: 1st. Persons between the ages of 18 and 50 years not actually iu the . Confed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 January 1863

m Eqjfe-o r gfif '*. * ■ • 11119 P.'4- Ji Véti(-W2fl'&' "' # '*' ■ I vav1? .' f A 9P' • •■m^^^sáS^Lña fflp:%|islM** *'■ ' tfñfr:' "íi' < ■Kill S3 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 10, 1863. * IB.] TM BELLVILLE-TF.XA8. 10 1M3- SíwisSü m *m . - - fmf*rytiril lot r charted Twenty ceniiperliuo , m Tin amit per lint for "vrtloa. £xroy>, wlvortlu'd , will bo cbsrK'«l Tie# /*>/• I «drertUod Uajr, 31,1863. _ ; f M l ▼•!>>•, Tjnun.or Sumctuptiom (—«si so por your, if Krtdla MTaye. or before tf 13th namber, «100 BpalfaOer the 19th nnmber and before the elote •ftharra* 00 If paid after tho clow of the _TI|M« terra will ba strictly adhered to. *t be handed la early I to 'n*ore iuortlon. le Texas Almanac Extra ■ 7« that In the caso of CouplancT. • exporto, tli© Supreme court now in ■efflbn in Austin city, decided in favor of the constitutionality of the Conscript Act. The opinion of majority of the Court was delivered by Mr. Justice Moore, Chief Justice Wheeler concurring. Mr. Justice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 January 1863

u :í# r™wvfc>? aífii to ulti S. I soldier, privi ^JS, Fourth here from tUe having a forlón Three f< or about 600 motvof the 233 oemposed of the counties of and Washington Are «ailed the Governor, and win have td nto camp at Brenham on Monday In January pre may be, to earlj? active servi fiold aSainst an invading euei now probably mo our coast. These — itiy wishout arms. How ' applied ? It is im-. that they shall have ast ind. Ai (fe. dcfei a 31°fia..%to.":|to ■*, airel,use"-'° ough they may throw rocks 8 soldiers just sb they are rea'uy Si, stoues and brickbats are to die. We commend them for their ¡>t plenty in this portion of the j kindness.—Grtnnborougk N. C. new unarm ed I the Methodist" burying-ground? The to any I authorities at Danville are very good ty well Patriot. ispec- not spe- by Sec. 2d of the the organisation oi State. They must have arms or I they wiH do no good. Those who[ stay at home mast assist all they can to foraish arms, either by donation, loan or sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 January 1863

I üiy¡ *'«8 VOL. 3. ) BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 17, 1863. mo. 24 m i Wié THI BE LLVILLE COUNTRYMAN 1. F. OITMHOPT, Miter BELLVILLE—TEXAS. SATUHDAY JAN. 17 1863 Special Notice Afterthl.Mat. nil new advertí -meat* Iniertcd Int CounirymnM. will Ik churged Twenty ceniijurliii forth Brut lim-rtlon, and Te emit per line for each ol «(|Bi-nt intertlon. Eitray, advert lued by the County Olerk, will bo vhtricod Two Vol- Ur for each uuftmal udvurtlaod Muy, 31, 1WW. Third ▼•lame. , Tkum or SuiMCIttPTION M per yenr, If Said In advaoeo, or before the lath number; #:i (HI paid after the liitli number and befori) tliu clone of tli. year; (4 DO If puld after the. clone of the year, Theiie terina will be Ktrietly adhered to. iy Advertlwmieut* .nnmt b« handed In enrly Wvdm-idar morning to unuro luw rtlod. HP" We call attoution to the Execntor's and Administrator's sales advertised this weak. QF The Travis, Forkston aud San Felipe company of the Statu troops at Brenhaui, have organized by electing J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 January 1863

y a^pfaJmR, From the Almanac, Extra. Oram Brownsville Landing ff tke Federal* ! / / tea lia news has that 6<000 San at come in redbrats h ,n- T ,ve Express '•landed at Brownsville. Duffs Bat- * talioo, which had arrived within the last.few days from Nueces, is ordered _ta proceed libere immediately, and M. Bee is ordered to take command the forces there and attack the We are in receipt of the Browns- v ville Flag of the S6th. in which the % editor says the only topic particular- ly interesting just now,is .the new *<cotton order," which diverts all cotton from this place to Roma, ant higher np on the Rio Grande. This * new regulation has taken our whole • ¿j£ommuniiy by surprise, and if con ¿tinned in force, will do great damage i to Brownsville and those interested in FÜRE, trade at this point. Another topic is the order requirin ntle stock which might be leable to. the enemy to be Cameron county. . éÉ te Flag 1b _ in rocMa^í of dates Havana of the liti with the towing items:...

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