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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 April 1863

'ÍRV'WSBftfcf ¡wUiST'*1" ")k-, ■ rot. 3. i BELLVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1863. 'f. I . Hitar A U8TIX COUNTY—TFX AS. If «tic • ÁRertbliásl* iImi ^▼•rtt«>ia*ati'nMrt<>4 lot' OMMlrMM win W eh*r«H Twntfuni* tttrU- tor the flnrt Inwrtlcm, m4 71m amit fir Am fn> ••eh ■otM.qii.nt teMiilon. ttírmp., •«*■!«. rt by the County Ctrrk, wlJI br chnr< 4 Tw* D l tar for eaet animal ajrertliril Muy, >1, 1(09. Tkiti T«Ua«. TMH.Of •vMAMPTIOir :—M M per rmr, If Mid In Mtmm, at before the tflh anmber ¡ *1 00 If paid after the 19th nntW nod befer- the elo .. •f the Mar; *4 00 If nald after the elm of the Tkea* terina w|M be atrtetly adh.-red ta. Ff Ad « r*dneedar raeea lerma win ** rtrletlr Adeertteement* t ta net be b awning t« a«nre tnc-rttna. v«d d (a iirljr. W* ara to nnnmitife Om; T J. CHAMBERS a* a candidate for the "Wet of Ooreraor of Tein, QT On Bfonday and Tuesday mornings lust there were considera- ble frost* about here, We can not bear that there hat been serious damage. Many co...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 April 1863

-•*, V fe ■ Wdare la receipt lew private SI change of Generals. I have yet to learn of one real favor being granted, for loy£ o? money, by his successor. Butler inj speech in Boston claims the first Í4.000, who took the o&tb a iNci moiis, wud tttf it wai not be interesting to many Ql|Hp«tirvice. In yoar own favorite ,1n the absence of all nication from that ill- who i* very old | afanas, says since Butler or- , will no doubt have put us • full blooded Federals by ,4hi« timo. If so, ypu do us great ' injustice. Some have takou the ^ath to support an obsolete document exiled "The Constitution of the United States" for real love of the tkingoay about one hundred ; and accural Dutch have alto swallowed the pill, to get bread for their families, some to draw their deposits out of lis banks, and others to protect their fttafttrty froin being confiscated, while •pVeral like myself, preferred facing 1^9 music, and declare 1 themselves enemies to the United States. 1 kavemy certificate w...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1863

¿i® SU ní;t HIím Mpi' .f-MjX-p y Í/J A U8TM COUNTY— TKXA8. ' w ..'■>) lipia iTitin i. 14M« allM «4wrtl«aMtaMrui intA mm wttfbr ehwnrml 7V«*(*#«.t r*rit* he flnrt In wtjon, aad Tn e$nu ptr Unt tu «Bb—qBimj- burrito. I <|., amtilM -*r«WOomir «wk. will b ch«ir<l fW P l- Un for m* May, 31,IMS. ¿ti*' i fimstempi-mu _ W* are wtyriiéd to announce Gen. T. J. CHAMBERS m candidate for tit Goshorn of the Episcopal Church will hqW Divina; fiervice here next 8ttád«y, the 18th fast. r -'ty The County Commissioners court meets on Monday. ,49#" Bear in mind the Mle of —fcwaw and cattle at the residence Mr. KoñttHtf Jiy.tlBrfAifd JtVJktk '.«'I - i i I in— > QT Wa learn «hat It i^lKe . inten tío® af manj peoojainid especially support Ool J. P. the office of • Governor Cuguat election, If ha wjll - nae of bio name for that parpo *, ifbl/McAdoo Is now ■ta* it Actfutant of y>iment. Whether *fcie #UI consent to run for Governor or any ciail office, we asa not advised, í¡ W ** that ha is de...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1863

We. cau ncVer be ret{ this misfortune y «ti •¿i it* itaiy critica lure Um destructiveness ju sfiSii "i 'nMrfM OÍ TÍCt¿ correspondent from the army, favor «f increasing . „ .. . . .. , ., . , (his branA <be J sug^f «** $ s of the TexAi i onKut Mustang creek, boing a tract On the 8th dqy March last, bv Rev. Curtís Ca'mpbell, Mr. B. 'WitheratG Mre. Rutli A. Kenney. On the 17th of March, by Rov. J- W. Kinney, Mr. Ritftin H. Brewer Ito Miss Isabella Grieewrll. On the 3d inst, by J. P. Onferhont. Dm.. Mr. Sam Houston Nichols taMi^CorneliaE. Lloyd. i .i. ,ii -o-j—: x iWtiw/A^evlliepeali. í ">*1" T*-4 v i | <£j- •tu DTIWI MÍÁ\r.%á* fM JfiW Mm'*hk de*teribub aJ**y •ilTbe art ol to hiB notice. We cannot fhese sets of justice hare itUMkr Incomplete- prbkngs the wan Hncrintl iMWctüces. fv • - -'V 1 aftfgfraEi ^ItOTefp^d.To ¥*****$ t^ir «MA WMf * Pur" P^! ^ <$#. oí f^íp tap M ^^M^Üñ^ jín^rsHud ft? v^ie of W ítHn«M^J«Fr idfj # P4 H fk« «s°4 *wey z«& °< ¿Wr.ftpbfcw- Let torn* le...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 April 1863

ti V wií .in ,>i. y) mnw* d ' Wi £ f.uu, APPII " i 1 fi l ftfla ■■ in iinmf i*Timi|ipi|'if VOL. ¡S.'J BELLVILLE, TEXAS, i bterestia* Letts **tt<ta a*y<¥* them in no other light than as the acta of the nation, and every man in the Fed* ana lam sore.,we work to recover and property left there by the F ace, d the {fon of com pany "*M t|he Poet saved #76,000 worth of Valuable property for the Confederate govennent Squthbend, Arkansas Rivkr, March 20th 1863. Last beat'&faofc i sorivffle, A Ü8TIS COUNTY—TKXAB. ' .If rial Notice Afterthli ¿ato all ««is advertisements inserted Into CnalrMM . irtll be charted Twenty cents p*rh* h" Int Insertion, M Ten cni per line for cbvrgnd Two Del- - 4'Telaae. ^ SUMCKirTIO! -.-¿*¡0 per year, If I 1* I ad (ranee, or befo the 13th number t $3 00 If paid after the 18th number and before the alow of the Tear; *4 00 If paid after the elote of the year. These terms will be slrtetly adhered to. Fjr AUvertles meats .must be handod la early Wednesday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 April 1863

Quite a heavy shower of rein J Jen. ftn order ■tee**,** Vre do no? however, of its having done to the orojie. ÜÉM aqd wpit#} t<* ttteir prey «M guu. The beloíV .-rtrnat LADIES of Austin Count* will ' J- *ive s SUPPER nod CONCERT. y half dptracls-d ¿towhije thia waa the belojr, who, can d«*- tU t reigned in the The Viilrfrde battery and tshouterá threw a etonn of iron drift' J. JMTI I at the E*f haage lintel in Hempstead, on > n , .the '¿Jit of April. (Tuesday,) W the ben- ted down the eflt of the abure named Battalion. Citi- dieabled,.and Srídií10t> J8W- •• - Viw. i>u '*liiier.giviug his noie^s Ufc approv-| edwecdrilv ft^il 4 lien v" *•>«• jand M i*- coumy, iWet jovge W. Edwards.' J P. OsTEitHOLT. Atiiar. Apú! Sib l.ítíü. oi«i 4w\ - iectiril,i a^d a lien yn the Jtud Ml re- ijjyf^uii'ed i> Aw, sis Wndred \amd fc.'cl of laud, situated in Whorl o i K*u Mastauq «tecéék'. oet ovWj*i.} grauied the he.ys of ¡Counties are | «Mis M Austin and adjoining t\ jtftillv invited t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 April 1863

1«|M1 t « m «o ni if « m APRIL 25, mm BELLVILLE, TEXAS, greatly to one. AÜ8TTN COUNTY— TF.XA8. good 1 The Proyldw 4e following, extracto. l*Uers, both *rittek Vy ardent o'clock, oat of l—irtlon. Kmtrmf., vert«lw<t byth.Ooonty Clerk, will bo eh*r*«d Two Pol- ter* for mcA animal «4v««1ím4 U j, 31, 1mu. Tkivé Velum a Tim* Of Sdbicriptiob :—M 80 par year, If JNM hi ulttiH, or befoi* the 13th number ¡ «3 00 if paid all* ti lath nqmber an<t before the elnie at the rrar, #4 00 If paid after the eloee of the yaar, Theee tena* will be rtrtcthr adhered to. Adrurtlenmpati .mait be banded la early WednMdar morning to naore Inn-rtlon. We are authorized to announce Gen. T. J. CHAMBEES as a candidate for the oflfce of Governor of Texai, %o business i Mr. 8. Hayford of Oo. P ar- rived home on Wednesday last, hav- been discharged for permanent iy A letter from New Iberia to the, Galveston Newt, speaking of the capture of the Diana with 136 priso- ner and a number of negroes, has the following:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 April 1863

k.,m 1 thalF™* ■md South Carolina up te December 10th, 1S0&H ■ na pus loom OB «war footing. ITaeeday, the 6to day of May im, within bM wat pawed disbanding Ü>f |l^«J oa ■ VI. _ _A_ mr miwuMj mm ivmni vppvv* touri, ^uiu, New Jfeiloo, Arisona, Ar- l^S^ u,aM'up 10 jMUWT Ut' The <)b«3¡S 8PQó«H¡7itqn rea «ertiuf MkWipi oftoert im h ly granted tha l fiikim" °*T,MM,0vt tervioe, bat -.«'t ' fc*«>d i> *fl r sart-s ¡Ñ¿-~ ' wrtfc Mr. ■■■uiap Oct IS, UWfcf,M>'1«" WrekUto in conntiea 1 M M Col. tólMtíí a¡ té fetf the Mr k«3ft^iwwt toefct-of the rpo tk« tail I JL 16th day of April ,jkfvvrboiwfc* oat, aMut-Sp yea* _ ■ from Galvcatm and was trying ALSO, at the mom tWe, Jerry,' who «?• he belongs to Janet Powell of Fayette county, Mid Jerry la about fire ,fcet Q or 8 inches high, dark ctmpleaiou, — =x -- ^w# about twenty away from , to get home d. bell. Qalreaton and to hia matter. < c38-tf Sheriff of Auatin county. Substitute Wákléd. Comal 10—An act 4 attaoh WMto pert of the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 May 1863

BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY i. p. crnraaooT, A UfTIIf COUNTY—TF.XA8. Wttlct ASarlfcU 4«M a4v¿rthumittitn InirrtM Itrtn AaMrnwk «111 b* chirred Tmtniy etnu ptrl\n ftr the flrit Inwrtlon, and Tt ttutt «r Un* for mtlli «abttqaent Inwrtlon. Kttray, atoti IiH by thaOouutjr Clerk, will b« chirgod Two Dot- Untnr ¿ ek animal ndrertlwd Muy, 31,180 . Third T«l (. T«a*i or SuMCRtmoN ¡—w 60 iwr rmr. i' paid la advance, or before the 13lliJ nnmlic r; 00 If DM4 after the 13th number and before the flow of tho rear, St 00 .If paid after the oloae of the y Mr. The e terini will be «trlctly adhered to. , jty Advertlciraenti .mnit be handed In early Wednexlar morning to nutra In ken i on. • We are authorised to announce Gen. T. J. ('HAMMERS a a candidate fur the oftqe of Governor of Texiw, "Amenon Honorable."—"Bosb" gone to Houstou with "two bits in ahtnt** to huy niggers, will be a suffi- cient npology for the dearth of edito linl mailer thin week. We can safely promise however, that on his return, , lie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 May 1863

A correspondent of. the Mississip. pian who appears to be wall posted, communicates to that paper some particulars of the riso and progress of which we ¿ándense the substance. The Lincoln family of Kentucky is om of the lowest and most disre- putable In -that State. Abraham is 'Kwd. *iüi their father and a "woman .claiming to be the wife of old man Lincoln aud the mother of the boys," They bad no farm, 110 stock, nor property of any hind, save the house in whicli *hey lived', and supported themselves by levying black mail on the prop- erty of any kind, save the house in which they lived and supported themselves by levying black mail on the property of their neighbors. So diareput<P¡ft had they become, and bo annoying T^re their "raids" upon their ueighbors' stock yards, gar- dens, flic., tiiat they were notified, to fuit the country, agreeably to whicli the family moved to the more con- genial soil of Indiana. Abe, after "flatboatin j" it awhile, went to the interior of Illinois,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 May 1863

. ' i' i*! - ": ■ ,": *' &"J; ¡5™.' B ■ l< l«h tfi '1 A. WU '.i jni .X UM . «•> AtkH S T l«« i K w í:nMÜ> _j 4-j > • ■•íM Mi fce *t m««mhÍuun«<4fc l i «* <M at . HA I f k * <r '.i KmmmNH r*w ■n ¿4T*|i ! •t««y A U t$0 aro* k «Hit e* uf 1 IliLE, *• * Nli rtfMiwj tÚ^ ^0 H*&| raorolnt u íÜí RES _ We are anftfjUsefr to *É n nnef G«fc T. J. CHAMBER* m aenodidata fcttks "tw of OwryriiWWii, OT P«om oozing fron.Hetnp- ^ H-li-.m •■ *■• ■* ■ -■ . ' ' w DrVlTlIlff Will pVMW un the HJfepateaA Post'Office mm) bring over any late papers that may be tfasrefcrnt. i i { <♦>* ^ BXC^'l^wi iHlnil* redice for ule In Bellvffle for Confederate money. Any #iéMbg to jt&cbase snob will fofnin at tbe OoantmaaB jAma # fWIWV ^ i.ll ... I" 11 P"" . ' ' X i • OT Weoontinae I* npeire paymen* o| *11 todshtedaeu AwH weWt bom* fo nWr H aqd Oak est ta. We accepted the kftjfl invitation of Ooi, E. 8. Buck of tbi* county and passed tbe night It hi* bouse. We mounted ourateed early t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 May 1863

#v nse The folio wi of «strut of s letter from Hon. W. tí. Oldham, one of «w mum ton ia congruas, to a gentle* mm of this Tioioity, U worthy oft he MM<lW>iio of our readers: Our finances pymsut some dificslt nrobletns for tho solution of eougiusa. A think «o shall be able to do some- thing. My plan ia this .• 1st. As henry a tax aa the peo* pie cau bear. Sd. The collection of the Oonfod- debt dae the northern states. These two measures, will create a for aooey—'i'here being r, In eouaequenoe of the otay lnwa of the atatea, and the stoppage of eomUMtroe by the blockade. They will ala abaorb about f>M),000,000 of o«r redundant circulation. Heavy tnsatiou, will ahov| a deteruuuatioit to pay. and give conbdeuce in tb«< fovernuent, and auataiu its credit, t will preveut a debt to the amount of taxes collected, and ieiweu that which wo are compelled to contract by preventing depreciation, in ad- dition to those twe measures, 1 am iu favor of—- 8d. A system of fuuding of treasu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1863

VOL. 8. ) BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 1863. '■ '■ MU,. A VIH* CO UKTV-TKXAt. ■É^ÉÉNIIHmHHIÍ A ">.*< , <1mx InwrtcA Intn .,0 • i' *** • !'! V rh- •*>.,) 'Hirtf'yeMX nt*h,t roftV ílrut! i« rtVit>( nml TV* f.ndt* nrr tht* fnr i, j , ■ ■ ■ , w i i- in, rHin k< nrrrn'.-A I enrolled as conscripta. and wno claim ¡ir ti„.(3„n.,tr r.lrrV. ir"l)ic ell-rir-.l Two W MÉ !•/• or *ie%nn)ini<1 M:v, 31, IMi. ,.0T On Wednesday, tbe 13th inat the Board of 8urgeons of this Cong'] District, consisting of Drs. Oreen, Herndon and Wiley, proceeded to examine snch persons as had been Thtvjl Tmh .of «irn^rHi'Tiov ■—*? no rwr r *r. «* l>"t 1 lia iHrfiucr, f> ! ,r tli l'tli nrnW:l1M 1 *>,iM n.f • • r K iVr i u i ibo Of ill# $4 Oft I nrM p ,# -• th«* pV«" of tl|P y°¿¡^tnrmo rrfH « 'cflr f ' A iffV 1iiui«ff 1 In «frly w '«' n* i'hv wwii'm in n«nrn hnu' mon. We h 'Vn. T. J. PITAMnRRS . .. .lemdMite for the ©mm of Oifr^uo ' of TV*iw# ; RF'! Persons emiiln from Hemp stead to BpIIvIHm will pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1863

ir pi Fioin the Confederate New*, ittttr from Ssnator Oldham extract of a letter till, one fef The follow from Uo our be i M, Our finaucea present boine difficult problema for the aolution of congress. 1 thiuk we afc*U be able to do awne- thiug. My pie i tbw : ItC MkHajlrfcf'*A *0- plocén bear. fid. T1k> collection oí the Confed- erate debt due tbe, uorllieru State . Tboue two mamut**, wiÜ «reste a ■demand Air ; luouey—iWw being r, ill CoiiBoqueuce f tlie stay laws of tiie eiate , úitd the aKippagi I of commerce by die blockade. A'bey will aUo atkorb about «tfutMKW.üüu of our reduudaut úrcuiaiiou. Utnvy taxatüiú, wiÜ tdiow a ueujnuiuaúo.t to pay^kiid giv« coutiUeité* iu tb< fovoruuieiu, aud euaiuiu lie ateUu. t-.will prevent a debt u Um aiaouiii of taaeo ctdlecled,- aud ieaéau thai . which Wo are compolled • 10 couiraci by preventing depieciaúou. l > aU? ditiou to ibuw M*u measuitM, i am iu favor ol~ 3d. A aystem of fuudinf <>f treasu- ry notes, hi iuiwwwt bearing bou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 May 1863

W" > i 7 * WP*JF TO- ' , *♦ W: IP •-V ■Jp ■i«L1 y#^ !fllH f. Apf- 't® k. ■•••:• - Hi VOL. 3.'} BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 23, t.-: .3ft I.: F. I '. ■" t¿ ■||y A Bit/* COUSTY-TF.XA8. At.' cling* to or smbracsa, it kills | whatever it ufcknamée, make* * shibboleth in popularity of, We old li.ie whig*, also, accept the name copperheads, consider na 1 r UwOoouly Klaan. ^ ■É|l>«t«É A .*!?& *2TJC? •a MSs .31,1 Tans* > M l.i a' «a e. *:—SI 50 p«r y «r, I' 'ore th« 13th nnmhrr ¡ S3 00 *Hv« mMJ.i * «•«•, or boforeth. If i.'M .ilwr tíi Itth nn ih«r nn<1 befpr- tl|<* e!o "f 'ie ▼•urj 4M 00 I' t M *!W tilt clow o' tH* y H, TIwm t«m« win l>e otrlrtly *Hurwl «. .¡nn* •>• b ml«d In wrlr Mi Muew'iT morning to '««ir low ilon. Wears T. J. 0 «•Alee of < m brised to snnnanoe Gen. ÍRS h i candidate fur tbe * of Tex**, We «ra indebted to B. B. Lee fur late Arkansas papera, of which we ahall try to make good nae next week. X3t A tract of unimproved laud sold a few days since in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 May 1863

#• " ■ •' «ML P 4 Ml &?> % *• m i íalveston News.]- Chappbll Hill. May 5th'63 Eds. News:—I am .jpducodto •write the following letter, that justfco may be done to ail cQOcefbed, The law íntiiDtióri wus press is the med%m jthróugl* wMch the masáas of tbé ^people look Tor Srotection when tHoy feel oppressed y obnoxious laws. There has beeu and is at this time great complaint (and it- wAüíd fceem justly bo) «gumst theooUastts ia tW « wwmpiiou bill. known W '/■ptpck'' find í ¡gg^ It may lu\ tbnt tin* intetitio good*.'if dhort. sighted. I will bow- «ver giy.é'the interpretation as under- stood hy the Soldier arid people gi'riLT.'dly. Théy «*ay that Obbgresu as feitnjily said that all males between the ages of 18 and 45 years must be enfolled as soldiers, except such as have.20 negroes or more, ora certain number of Btock, &c., and those that have ónly 19 negroes dt a less num- ber, thay avail themselves of either thflf ""stock" or "substitute" law, thereby proposing to force th...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 May 1863

I VOL. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY ! NO.43 -'"g r.o ■41 tor A OB TIN COUNTY—TF.XA8. . j Jfotieo wJ all nm •¿▼•rliarmonta Inmrlnt Into . «rllt b« abarcad Tmnty «« • uirtls tu Iba Srat laaerMon, and Tit ttnu j r lint for aaak Mbaaqunrt Inaorttoa. Stray* titwi§< 1 totbaOoantv Olnrk, wlllbe charged Two Pol- Mrvfor Mckaalmal adrartlaad Maj, 31, 1ATO. Tklfl v.lnme. or io««mirnoit ¡—09 50 p«r y*ar. If taid la adviuiM, or bafora (be Utb n«mb r ; 93 01) M paid altar tho 18th nftmbor and Worn fhn ring •f Iba r*art 00 If paid after tbn do«« of the rlUbe | - - Cf 1 Thaw '3kx; l«rm« will be «trletly adbm-dto. AdrerMeamenbi ,m« t be bawled io early atorntaf to arare iuxrtlon. Wa ar« anthoriiad to annonnce Oen. t j. chambers m a candidato fof tlio i of Governor of Texm, t3P*Diatriet Court meats at Bell- villo on the second Monday in June, being the 8th day. XST Col. J, D. McAdoo decline* being • candidate for Governor at the ensuing election. or We publish this week a synop sis of the new Confederate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 May 1863

MR Sk {From the Richmond Dispatch April ái',] Tho Confederate Tax Bill The followiug is ft miminary of tho. Tax bill which was passed by tho Hour of Roprepentntivoa yestmlny. It had previously pnaecd the Senate, and is now a law. It imposes a. tax of "oiglit per cent upon thg value of all* unval stores, salt, winea, and spirituous liquors, tobáceo manufactured «nf unmanufac- tured, cotton, wool, flour,) sugar, molasses, syrup, rice, and other agtl cultural products, held or owned on the-first day of July next, and not & -rajML VPUP 1863, and for the growth or produc . MpHH ■ necessary for family consumption tor the unexpired portion of the year tion of any yea* jpreceeding the year 1863; aud a tax of one peí cent upon all monies, bank notes or other currency, on liand or ou deposit on tho 1st of July next; and on the val- uó of all credits on which the interest has not been paid and not employed in a business the income derived from which is taxed uuder tho provisions of this ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 June 1863

VOL. 3.'l BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JUNE 6, 1868. . P. Editor Co. F. A USTIN COUNTY— Special Notice Aflorllil 4«to «II new «drortlramont* Inwrtml hito Countryman will fa* eh*r*M Twenty-emit vtrh* forth, dnt Insertion, and Ten emit per tint tot •tth rnitMeqaont insertion. Kttray., vort«l.r.| by the Connty Clerk, will b* ehtrgnd Two Dol- ían for lack animal «drertlied Muy, 91,1883. Third Vslumo. T***l OF 8DBMRIPTT0V i—$3 50 p*r year, If In wItmc., or before the 13th number; 83 (H) If paid alter Mm. 13th namh -r an'I before Ihe dono of the yean 94 00 If tialtl after the elnae of the y.ar, Tbmo term will be itrlctlr adherml to, flT Adwtbwmenti .mntf be handed In early Wedneidar jnorolng to tutor# Inicrtlon. VXAS r At onr request Mr. Jones wrote the " "• follow ins letter He ha been with the following lette/ He ha« been with the company a good deal ever niñee they were at camp^telson, and may therefore bo prciumod to kuow the boy«.—Ed. C'n.] South Bend, Arkansas} River, Arkansas Township, > A...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 June 1863

#w LATEST [From theTelegraph.] UoDXBY, May 19—Ger>. Chamber- lain A. Q, M. brings intelligence from Port Gibson to-day tltjit ho réftd a St. Louis paper, dated 12th containing tlio Federal account of a kittle fought on thu 10th inst,, be- tween Hooker and'Lee, and calls it a drawn battle and says Hooker was driven back across the Rappahannock at United Suites Ford. - Ml dead and ' Svónuded <n 'tin; field Hooker then rocrossed the ltappn bannock aud Lee attacked and drove Rim back to the llapidau and Kappa- bannock. Sedgwick arrived and Attacked Lee to prevent a defeat to Federal arms. This report is confirmed by two, sources. A courier from Gen. Loring's head quarters at Crystal Springs reports that ' Lo'ring had lost ten or twelve cannon. Gen. Loving was ordersd from the field of battle ttu Saturday and the' fight was ended. It is said we attacked theFederals on three sides and at first drove them back one mile, when sojne of om- inen began to waver aiid fall "back. '•Lotyjt ...

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