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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 January 1863

VOL. 3.'| BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 24, 1863. TBI BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN "^SotrwuioüT, " Editor BELLVILLE—TF.X AS. MTÜMAt IAN 84 1863- Jyill ||l HyHd Allerthte'dnto «II m* *dref-tl ementa Inserted Int Countryman, «rill be chtrced Twenty emit peril* fcr lb* Am Insertion, and 7Vn cm« per Miwfor •Mb «abwqnent ituerUon. Euray, nlvurtlwrt by the County Clerk, wUtt ehvuM Two Vql- far* far MM* animal adr.rtbod May, 31, 1WW. Thlrá Ttlvmi, Tnuu'or SUBSCRIPTION :—fJ SO per year, if paid la adrases, or before the 13tli number ¡ #3 00 ,f«Id aliar the ISth number and before tbu clone of the yrar; $4 00 Iff aid after the cloao,oftbe yaar. The— terms wül be itrletly adheredto. mJkT AdrertlearauuU .mutt be liundi-d in eurly WMaoedar «onring to naura luai-rtlon. OT The next stated meeting of Bell villa Lodgo No. 223 is on the 3 lit inst. ' It is probable there .will be no regular Baptist preaching at Bellrilte during the present year All Sundays are vacant here now except the first which is occupied b...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 January 1863

service in tlie trenches, and tlio adop- tion of Buch a policy would strength- en our means of defense quite mate* rially. In hi* allusion to the vast numbers of the North, the President said that upon any fair field we' were willing to fight them two to one ; we have often whippéd them three to one; at Autietam Gen. Leo whipped them four to one. But this might not be the case always. As the enemy progressed in discipline, they ap- proached nearer to our troops in efficiency. Hence the necessity of providing something like a corres ponding force to that which the enemy are bringiug against us. The President denounced in tortus ot scathing but dignified rebuke the habit of straggling from the' anny. He iuvoked public opinion to frown it down, and called upon (he women to drive the stragglers bacV to duly. The President remarked that when he arrived here lie thought the enemy were pressing down upon U3 from the Northern borders of our State, but when ho went to Grenada he there learne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 31 January 1863

>'V; - y ■iw" VOL. 3/} BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 31, 1863. EXBMPTI0N8.-*"-It will be Ü8TJN COUNTY—TF.XA8. Tub New Hobuy.—The now lobby which id just now agitating T|n||i Static* AfUrthU data *11 KM •4r«rtl i'mrnt« lattrtod Int PÍ. Twenty cm, per h*e if® -enti' fT iint lor íráL2flí!$Jñi«4r rtl*#d P?8* «rOUrfc, wfflb. eMriM Two Pel- I** for Me* animal advurtlwil May, 31, IMS. " 9 '■ • ' _ -■ ***** Talama. Ifz*!.0r ■BMCHIPTIOIIt'j 00 per ycnr, If a^vnnftf, or before the l.'itli number } f:i 00 ij "?íor ®n'l •'I'fore til. «low ! *; ®° ,f ?.M th# el"" ot the «sVJJ* w«l • adhnrtMl to. _Adv*rttMm<-uU .aunt b. bmnl. il In early morning to 'rninr. Inncrtlon. PSS*" 3k& m '• be Editor will probably bo •bMnt next week bo if there • should be any improvement in the appear- ance of the Countryman, or any' fmlure on the part of subscribers to raaive their papers promptly, such improvement or failure may be at- tributed to the right cause. We learn that the soldiers in the army are a good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 31 January 1863

Yankee Trouble Browing The Charleston Conner thinks the sigiis oí the times indicate that the North has not yet experienced the greatest of its troubles growing out of its attempt to subjugate the South The editor says: Financial troubles are brewing which must.soon sweep with iury through the communities of Lincolu- doin. The reckless issue of currency by Secretary Chasu has already pro- duced distrust and confusion, which go oil increasing until the make-shift system of the ingenious financier has caused universal bankruptcy. Steadi- ly have the Government notes been depreciating in value for months, and in tlio face of that Woful and rapid de- preciation, bills are thrown off as fast {is they can be printed and signed ; and notwltlistandiug the iniiiuMisu number now iq circulation, and the additions made daily to that unparal- leled issue, the supply falls far short, of the demand. The government is lnrgiy in arrears with its employees; and contractors, clerks and the hiv< - l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 February 1863

I wiTítirt'i «ir 1 u <T btH'v.M fpí _ (;■ fff * *l<i dt t/l .*!'' tf '< i©" ní^uitort. ;>>(♦ 2 m '#pi fyJSm tintf m VOL* 3..} 5: - w«bobt. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, FEBItUARY 7, 1863. XdiUr ávamcoüNTY— TPXAH. ■ Special Notice AlCrt'i *«*• •W«f* •'l««rtl wn< nt lhi rt«i Int HSWiM «MtlW elw(M Tvtn'f uní,peril i f«íf fcfth flnrt Itix-Hlotl. un* TV* crnf per Une f* K*trit¥., ,„W rtl« .l bjríheOotinty Cl rk, wllltn clnra <1 Tito Oul- lar for Met >tnlmal ad'onUoil Muy, 91, ,86 . Third Volnmo. p<T yriir, If «mliiTi S.'| 00 Iwfnrv tlie .'ton *rt<*r thh 19th nmnhnr nn't Iwi - íínr: 00 |f iinl.1 lifter ihc clon.' of th V1,i rm" wl" ,ri'*ly lulli'-ri'il t<i. „i]r A 1w>rtlu«'H"ntii ,imt«t >■* imn.t.rt In mtrly « Mnwdn iiio nlnu o 'n«nr«> Inm rtloñ. We learn that II. N. son ot tltiM county, n private of com- pnny F. Flmtrnoy's Iteg't died.of Pneumonia at Little Ruck on the 1st ult. ' >v' cy We have been having nouit* hwivy fall* of rnln In thin vicinity of la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 February 1863

!T wm constitution! If w* do then it is Men that they we to be the equals of the Northern State* in right*, sover- eignty and dignity Doe* any one believe that such a relarion can bo established and maintained by the ■word alone t Should a certain num ber of the States, subjugate and hu- miliate the others, then they could not life together as equals and friends, fot the subjugated are always the enemiesof the subjugators. When all the State*, therefore, resume their former relations of union aud inter- course, it must be the act of all, it the settlement is to be complete aud permanent. I have heard a* great deal about patchiug up a dishonorable peace, about the humiliation and disgrace of the Nurth involved in auy and «very proposition fop settlement, and there is nothing that is said about the affairs of the couut.y for which 1 have less respect. It is even held by some that he is a disloyal citizen who seeks to re-establish the union by other means than the sword. Uow absurd! Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 February 1863

■úi-mra [gVul'i H L "'-. ijii'J pfm LLVILLE, TEXAS, Visit—During the past tbeut ,:THU «OOefWWVBIT tí ?üt>nte wá a' Jackstíá ¿c„ ollowiríe IsV'wrrect tffi<( pdt ftdtptitl** **M* i cotínterfefcmw «niir-ftis rnTbe biU[ fMM ta the rjghteye of t Mn P an "fej «•lí on í the couatoriuit, w hile rio play íb made 4>n the genui mall letters on the sronuine ine liáeHNM gtafctw <MucA |3^wiPfM ind four gunboats ih'the central XT00 •1MB of Mm to. o early ¡atiattempt to shtfW a made, tW We,É*% lU ftWed by of this'Uojirity, IUm Yankeedom. Mr. K received this paper from bis son Capí. M. M, Ko«i# taf Co. K. 21st rj* Capt. Kenny informs hi father receive northern papers . week thro' tbe medium ierB whom tills regiment cap? We copy an article this wed^', g frow New York obtains her , of volunteers by enlisting men for tbe marina service. Tbore has been so much rain for the last monih that famers region «Country have been abjle to felNliltfté towards planting their « >rlfU:i„ this time we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 February 1863

!r • «tff • I 4 dent Ubooln, and (fta forth that Oagb gyalop apene! «■otii thbdftty «taring ths Hjr PW W *«® fWMTO JNm " ; toen for the navál service olí tflqg out M <* m navy VitllÉl the <juota of that Stale, un- of the President of the br volunteer*, and by caused to be ÍTMÍ1 particular ward, ot1 district, üi<i|Hi>h themselves frbo Togo beyond the limits of their own State and call for men to acrolooteers from that State ss V would be unat ailing; ee thissehemeof calling for men for the United States naval service was out the extraordinary Indncwanfay pay at sixteen dol- lain per month, pension* prise money a land warrant, bounty of oUfl hund- , See. The testimony shows wsmUoÍ onf thousand men in this manner recruited at were eitlsens of Illinois; credited to New York. as volunteers. They now t^ ifey We been imposed iin thsámudnlent manner as here- set forth, esmestly ash for lafpHef. I State oí Illinois has cheerfully rered to every demand of the it In this the hour p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 February 1863

.: j.. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 21, 1863. I SU por yrnr, If th# elMo of tbo a ay> night and the heaviest rains fell i that have been known J[P*rP' Tlie streams ftre to an unprecedented bfc1 ^reht fears ara entertained /.«« mmmUi* Jfc*0*- Tbo' this n PR"eiy much delay the i yet H will almost crop of corn this Chabi.katom •Tan 31—Our ex- il^giu^bqnt Palmetto I .-,^o • Yankee gunboat . J ftre fathoms wafer, captain Jtl4Á4fVY*«"«nta«d; the Chicora sunk on# gpQboot and Set another on ÍSSSÉSSf k •*- ••PwPlllcajSa • in a crippled teon- r, v,*Njpt í* ttinljjoe Our iron-dads cruis- At the time'bt the fight >%Utaide( including ate* the Stmque- mdayau, Federal one of our men T • „ ; Jan. 31/--Official, itto State off Charles- the Jtffagunboat id her officers and Iker, of the Chicora Qop gunboat and fin. No fleet in INGRAHAM. Commanding. n consequence of the Brenham mail ^iiia ÍWMW Pl*ce on Monday. Jfre aw therefore without much news ^SKIHI «Í2 .W ,.OWl. ftper this w^ek. Will probably b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 February 1863

■■UUÜI.II r ■ "J At- Hardee, w I know he «¡puy dv—-wasan , ' when a only rival, a son, come 1 good looking, at the book. . turned off the goitrous ehi' could no^tliia position to be or qmest}ottédi - his rival and {Wtihiflfct pjoud, fids «U at aU aflore I mysolf who are He always was a tasa 4a field. But in love, at—-Cad- le of the i óaptaia iu the She was accomplish- ooed ana ap- About- this time West Point. Hi# of a Congressman's - i a cadet—young but despprately dull le would have been Srst year but foir the . of Hardee, who jallo wing his own tcted, compromised who stood between i's way until he The fair beauty, . All women are lost women aré flirts after the young buck rbceivgl bin brevet lieutenency, the girl Juried him. The little simpleton 1/ Sbe*tnight have had a Gen. and Vhefo for a husband. Har- dee is a philosopher as well as a hero—he recovered like a man, and has bebn In lbve a dozen times since. GUV. BRBCKINB1DQB. ■ was turn- eyes in time to behold a great I cloud of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 February 1863

Iff sail SEE /M'-u■ ■' 4f mí * i iki'i m< m> . ^ ■,; I i 1 "j; . • BELLVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 2§, l«6i TOM^^5*n^e'j8w| WU • alow •f Uw will take place I who want a It wfll t the Feder- oti CharieS- iB v :*>; baa been ap- Clerk and it duties of V:i^M of i this week. :V . foreign Mr Buril, bu introduced relative to extortion, ¿erred to the judiciary A reaolntion has been introduced íelative to disfranchising all soldiers who may desett from the army, also a bill suspending the statute of limitation on tul civil rights until one year after the close of the war; also, a resolution thai Texas will assume her proportion of the Confederate debt A committee was appointed o visit the card factory in Williamson county and report. A hill haa been Introduced an- in the Senate a resolution to restrain the exercise of illegal military au- thority in Texas.. Senator Harcourt has Introduced a resolotion relative to monopolies, embracing the military orders and opposing the same, committee ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 February 1863

W- ; ; . •'('&* -u'-ÁWfi MM Item. ¡gp the following, furnished , of Carter's regiment,' by Prof. Dee. 28T1865, by Oapt. Is uti'B Oával - • co., with one piece of Hart's Jsat- *ve It verbatim; 'Jones—I take my peu at You know tbat we are iresenE'-ttónirg these" few Hum Will fiud yon the s*me the folks ie allwell as far as I know and Mag ia tight Ride ap with care There is dome uvóepeots efthis damnable war a coming to a close for if Old Aim dees not fettle it very soon he will be takon'Sind dealt with according to law and «sure as he issnes his nig- ger proclamation he wiU find hell is to pey here in the norih for the peo- ple is'gutting their eyes openi Old Abe*saye be wül free all the sons of héaHan the 1st of , January and there Will be only one nigger to every «eren whites iiii the north so you cao seo that yon rtre freeiug niggers lo take.ydnr!place here, so when you come back you find a nigger in your phtfe ' Su now when they tell you that von are fighting for- the Union, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 March 1863

BELLVILLE, l.F,tWDW, «¿Iter AU8TIS COUNTY—TFXA8. „AU8m Aljfcfol fah aT1 nv HitTprtliu-mi-ntx Inwrtrd In,o vr*$ lar fer eeek BaiiDal *4 «r!lw4' H r. SI, itMB. Vi Velóme. IMCWPTlo* i—113 M por year. If or before the tfcth number ¡ CI 00 Wlh najtVir ml boron- the elo«« If pftlil «her (hit flote ot the will be «trlctly wllirrwl to. • menta mn t be hvi'M In early a*are Insertion. Finn.—On Monday morning Innf, thp dwelling, kitchen and «moke hoaso of Frederick Palm of thin plifei Wefe consumed by " fire. Mi. Paha-md his family were in bed, when at about Í o'clock in thd'morn- ingthay .were aroused by one of our cilixend, Informing them thai their home was on fire. The house was soon ,completely enveloped in flames, and the pwrfcona present had bar ly time to save a email portion ot tho furniture, a great part, including' considerable quantity of provisions vm consumed. This misfortune leaves the family quite destitute, and wsdrapo* our eitisens will assist them in some measure to repair t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 March 1863

individual may suffer from despotism, v but the infringement of the rights of one individual is but the-eanction for a liker atrocity to be perpetrated upon every human being that comea under the influence of such a Government as that. I was seized at two o'clock in the night in my own bod, dragged from it and from my ia Tiily', without a moment's warning and carried across the Ohio river in defiance of the wr t of hvbeat corpnt. The sol- diers took me and ran me by nisht by special train, to Indianapolis. One of the judges of the supreme court sen: a marshal with a habeas corjnu to bring me buck, but 1 was carried by a special train to Colum- bus, Ohio. There I was kept awhile and afterwards I was carried to N. Y. and hurried to the prison of Lafayette. And here I desire to say that 1 can- not well conceive of any horror inore dreadful than that which was experi- enced in that prison. It has a suiu) court not much larger than this room for «xercise. Thirty-eight of usl were placed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 March 1863

wr*Wl ..•*-'.'.3 ,i! A'í' m' 'M w.l mm® y. ' ;1 mmki l'4S ; ■ i;--L' :> t <" i'flBt E^l ü Mf, ll,® i mm ; .' Am t i«c $E1 |^V i?, 'ti ira «/,'.'«<d-i■ •AiJW'd'* ■ • <A 'W¿* « ... }.• , ' " ' iy35is §?• J H ■Ef*" WM 7'- k« ' was *.." ti..? ir. ■■RRiMiMSHIiil ET A Urgn Wr I.,,,™! '^mL, •• Ad^lW t n oar boy. in lite army srrlv,d1 y d/ty cantsin* the flowing p.r*gr*pb ft Iim,, i .fl |_t* ■ IriPT>f1 "1nft from oar Mond ty's mall. 8one of theso letters weri dated in December last. ¡tflpgard toG«n. &mph?rr which tkiin.- s.Yiall«fry officers'iu thii anrl «ora a* late a* th* lp«h of section would dow.41 to read : m* **••• -n- Up nirrni !—t P ii M r^ndl hte for the ^ . gmwi** February. The reception of these letter* han relie v-d the anxiety «f many fiyniliefc while to a f«w it )>*> ■ and mlnruln *r > •;/ •iilil The Houston Teltgraph has doubled it® prices of subscription. The Telegraph ia a- indispensabl lint We presume this will not inate- i diy diminish the numb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 March 1863

HHP >w mi who has just fX.«K*K^UI«* ftota Kentucky Woolfoii&'s speech ht tlw telegraphic account «f WV;*; tmj nj mr. prepfuted, give# tin i Alexandria. B«ud. • tliis version of it—Ge,.. is m rejfcort to twenty thousand to oar They were 'believed, «leo, that Ü proposed convention of some ot 4ke -North-western States to be held at Frankfort. Ky„ has been held, and that Delegate* were sent to both Richmond and Washington. The causl at Vicksburg has turned out to be a (ailure and has been abandoned. The first squadron of Reily's Regimeut,Sibley's lhigade in om wand of Capt. W. S. Alexander, passed through this place on 8unday hut, and the second is looked for aoiy.- ; But I am keeping yonr readers from the glorious news 'contained in the following: Very truly &c. c. Pr a> tfca Lnwl ! Democrat, Extra F«b, 88. When a few days since we stated that we were prepared to captur all gunboats that "heroic Vicks'nurg" would allow to pass, ire were wrltiug >y the card, and we now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 March 1863

P*jjj¡¡3 — k tJf imaiagff K #4T i yá¡ >,i jU, ♦ iwfin.' «W.M i 'at rw-. 3.«i BELLVILLE, TfJXAS, MARCH 9 J. . OgTHBHOPT, «dltor J l/í T/JT COUNTY— TEXAS. Ifteial Notice AlMbb <nti alliMV adv«rtu<-in<-nt* Iruertod Into CtunlTfmMt will I"' «IISIV<<<1 Twenty ctnlt per h* tor the flnt lunertUm, and Tin eeuti per litu tor •Mh nbwqarat Inncrtlon. Ettray,, iiverUlioil kplfcoOoanty Oterk, wlllbn chiriM Tim Pol- tin for téek animal adrurtlned May, 31,1863. Third Volume. Tn or SuRMiHirnoN ¡—•a so per year, ir ••14 In adraaeo, or hufore (he 13th number j 93 00 If palil after thb l'Jflh nnmbur nn<l before the clow the year, $4 00 If paid after thu clone of the yew, Tbeae terma will be utrlrtly adhered to. CF* Adrertlenmciitit .mint ho handed la early Wedoeedar morning to nmire Innertion. We are antboriied to announce Gen. T. J. CHAMBERS mh it candidate for the ofBee of Governor of Tuxaa, 0T President Davis 1ms appoint- ed the 27tli tiny of March for fouling humiliation no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 March 1863

[From the New Y **• FeeidL There are indicati of a change. Sutton, formerl ille. Hie ( §' little exico. The (read shot was in the ting a leg at the timó, * and patient were : same sho-. More that two "hundred horses lay dead on the fieldf every bush and tree was acama and not a foot of ground nm* jL untouched bv shot. I continned clown to the Missis- sippi, and fireel on one of the trans- porta which was going to Vicksburg. "We ¡got a clear and deliberate Bhot, and several of the epeiny fell. She w^a a fine steamboat named the "cityof Madison." They returned ithout damage to ua-f since have disposed my droops e bant of the Arkansas from - up to Red Fork about 30 telling for an opportunity d the gun boat Raltler, which a around like an alligator, and lands aud puts out men to lÍM>nB08. lavé given vou a history of . „ i , . 'T my, , you rouit write me the news from ' I could relate many interes- but I have 110 more pa retaken up the better- ' a very cold and rainy day to - ■ 1 • 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 March 1863

. «6 .Af«* M Ái'l' jfo ¿LLUL 'fiuM"ik ♦"fiUi/ «••' J -'HI #t K«" Hra^HV*fPÉM "Ot.lrl *1" IT ,w-aM*'i>' r.l&H'Mfiw+i I -y ,1 in &<*>■$.. ,fj0m Jit "«[«H'WIWUH il -"«( mis' •<! O0Ít0>tiWI* ( - (A. fOo- <*í'1 a cuta ! <*V. •'#« 'ij it ,¿*r:K\r# «Í5 6 ' R*ld*fti>rl M. ,n wast. i thratka AMUAL «A RmIIVUIA •HMK M DWlTHIfJf 4MMv.M.tf4 P— at the time of oarollmeat. Tie í Ü2Ü-U' #'■* •*' ly.Gon. Hind dirt has been n> U*Mtorndaty In Jt&.iriT ud ■Km > between M. D in.A Jflfan d Mr. Tel«fwph, We^tM prapo*f- «¿3^> * >=" « ' '«ü PUS the ciently recovered from their anger to ho tu amood for Writlag. W oon- f£t) f$ i, fflfrf&fe ft* i 4*f ..wWifl Irorn home, jrwryjMv. sad, hwwfcd ^th brightening *ye he MÍae* the «7>9í P-T-T«4jr it |*th* foldief" %nd—it |)««^ ¿ ft tells of fart, andh'uxM ffonr, j4 #■ #"*ptry( , w glorie# «lid , for ?wm h fWWsi^ «Vff®: 1 m- ^ fey °f: «¥l '"T^ W& •>« dfw «¡WW- ^iw> mtJ{ fM¿ •* GwKf4V; let oar wintry* , re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 March 1863

* *KX ufaotod Captain oflTii- 1 - |W > rf treasons fPb or WW DlimitT to la—a dis- ' ftwí mile*, sense of duty, J y the first to let (proceedings against •4 W« confidently is indicated in. the "Bro Date '* as «rilíally citizens of New Ulm, to ourselves, Upon which we asplcions. and action. "Inga having dropped, tot do «o. If we «r- Item , the tact* we Wora well calcu- qa, Whnt we state own knowledge, and from fit others ;-<whose i.ywacitjr w« WW* for, and wfinse statements We endorse, j - f Some tiftte before the 1st Of January i announced that Would order a draft of 11t Wáfc expectéd that 9wW¡fS tíág that population istance to one Following these I Wore called and Uün and other German remote, at which har- were delivered e'd, the purport icans did not know, ase of the language • no Interpretation to Bq( the impression id that the draft and the meaba of their wifttrcemenf, was the ogitatipa. Finally a gener- al convention waa held at Bader's Mitt, a point more central to the ñf...

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