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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 February 1866

% ta |hat ;e- aac llie tro- peí * ' «:?>••• • %«•-. v-J * , > ■■ ■- ,í ! ' - ' :,'y ¿ • é M-v ' * 9 v . . 'f.-i rara -a. .• , •■' '••;* K-':Wvi • •■•; -.4*1 .".«■> ...y '"MR . ilRif ■' <*r . ■ V; < W: "/ * «ÍV -W '«#; | ' ,i - ■'■. ' : " ' ■'Í"M « ?; • •> rf> The Value of Greenback*.—A Net Legal Point.—Tho Louisville Cour- ier, of the 18th inst., says : In the Circuit Court, yesterday, John A. Brooms was arraigned up- on tho charge of stealing a five-dollar noto upon the Third National Bank if Pittsburg. lie was ably defended >y Messrs. Harris and Huraber, who ouceded tho theft, but argued that ; did not/ amount to a grand larceny. Capt. Hutnber stated in brief his loints in asking the Court to in- truct the jury as follows : 1st. That it requires a valuation f four dollars in gold or silver to onstitute grand larceny , 2d. If tho money stolen is worth >. ss than four dollars in legal curren- ,y of tho State, recognized and ex- iting at the time of the pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 February 1866

• *' y* I r 11 ¡swkx All about Brazil and tlie Brazilians.- Wo have had an opportunity of seeing, two copies of "The Anglo- Brazilian Times," a newájmpor in the English language published at llio de Janeiro, by Wm'. Scully. The two copies we have are dated Nov. 7th, and Dec. 8th, and numbered 19 and 21. As many ex-Confederates are inclined to emigrate to that conntry, a few extracts may be in- teresting. We should like to ex- chango with the Times, i£we knew how to accomplish it. From a letter in the Times iu re- ference to tho Province of Sao Paulo, its productions, comforts and expenses, etc., we extract: I "Thero seems to bo some curious and unfounded impression that bo- cause a country is not very far ad- vanced in polito manners and customs, and notjn any sense a luxurious one, therefore it is a cheap one to live in! So it is, in one way: if you, who come fromJEurope are to give itp all your European, or (wo will say) Eng- lish habits, and live like other people whom you find. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 March 1866

-4L. no ■;:% . tOlF- iV VOL. 6.} THE j TEXAS COCJN TRYÜE&?, J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. OFFICE OVER RKOELKE'S STORE, j BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. *Mívíí'f£M n^i«v vr ***" S3i aí8®aa ®a:® — CASH-— ,'j Specie—Single Copy, 1 y ear, ,..,..$3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. I3P Advertisements inserted at 15 cents pér line, for first insertion, and 10 cent^ for each subsequent insertion. O^No advertisement inserted for less than i$H,00. * '• |^7A liberal deduction made on year ly advertisements. #©©. wmm EP'Áll kinds of ¿ob Printing executed with ne itness and dispatch. « To Legral Advertisers. ■■ Notices of the grant of letters testa mentary or of administration,' and notices of accounts filed for final set tlement' of estates, if of the usual length, will be published the length of time required by law, for $f>,00 'specie/ .each, payable invariably ill advance. ' Representatives of estates are referred to the following árticles from Oldham & W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 March 1866

THE COUNTRYMAN. j. p. OSTEBHOUT, Editor. Bellville, Friday, Match 2,1966. • G. W. Johnson is an Agent for the "Countryman," at San Felipe. Wanted.—At the Countryman office a good boy, 12 to 15 years of age, to learn the printing business. He should be able to read and write pretty well. That Stray Horte.—We hope somebody will have the kindness to Restoration, I been invited to take the action they have taken, and to elect their State We scarcely take up a Northern I officers, and their representatives to paper of Badical Republican proclivi- the Congresl of the United States.— ties, but that' we find notices and And now. for their acceptance of the communications from the South, of I President's terms, for seeking todo acts of hostility to the freedmen, and what the President requests • they outrages committed toward thfe class I «hall do, -they are told that they are of our population. Many of these ac- very presumptuous for accepting bis counts we are satisfied are absolute invita...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 March 1866

I 1 '«Ml r \VV,\ ¡w^üPjw . <>. ■'¥■ ¿'•$ / A&'V 'M'Wm - • s- I': '.S^: ' $¡ ■ .<>. ' • ■ • "*>éM | }'fWm ' f^Jpl !,.eai Sf ' ' Ua PBOPOSED CHANGES IN TOS- TAGE LAWS. . Senator Dixon's bill, recently in- troduced, contains the following pro- visions : 1. That after January eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, all news- papers and periodicals, including those mailed from the office of publi- cation, shall be prepaid, and none shall be carried without prepayment, except those coming from foreign countries. 2. That the Postmaster General may sell stamps and envelopes at the value of the stamps impressed upon them. 3. After the 1st of April next, let- ters from one poBt office to another, at the request of the person address- ed, shall be sent without additional postage; and dead letters shall be returned free. 4. Letters indorsed to be returned to the writers, (act of March 3 1863,) shall be returned free. 5. Authorize the sending of mails by sailing vessels, between any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 March 1866

i -v *•# .. -v.. FEE^DMENS BUEEABU BILL. The following is a synopsis of the bill to enlarge the powers of the Freed* men's Bureau, which recently passe# the United States Senate by a vote of 37 to 10,: See. 1. Original* act'to continue in force; President to establish 12 or less districts, with an Assistant Com- missioner for each, to be appointed, or, in his discretion, detailed from the army. Sec. 2. The Commissioner to ap- point sub-districts, with one agent to each. Assistant Commissioners may have six clerks, agents of sub-district two; military jurisdiction to extend over all employees of the Bureau. Sec. 3. Secretary of War may di rect such issues of provisions, cloth ing, fuel, etc., for refugees and freed- men, as he deems needful. See. 4. President may reserve for fre(-«linen and refugees 3,000,000 aero3 of unoccupied land in Florida, Mississippi and Arkansas, which the Commissioner of the Bureau shall allot in 40 acre parcels; rent thereof to be based on a valuation of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 March 1866

Wf/ < -if. 'W THE TEXAS ■ ■ ■* • VOX,. 6.} BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 9, 1866. { NO. 9. THE TEXAS COUNTRYMAN, mmmw, J.'P. OSTERHOUT,-Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. is^aaa —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,001 " " " Six months,... 1,50] Fifty numbers make a volume. 4UB^a®ttaeaw® mMBm® 9 i i Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents ] for each subsequent insertion. CdPNo advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. I3PA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. 4®$ WM8 E3FA11 kinds of Job Printing executed | with neatness and dispatch. To Legal Advertisers. Notices of the grant of letters testa- mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts tiled for final set- tlement of estates, if of the usual | length, will be published the length of time required by law, for $5,00 'specie; each, payable invariably in Advance. Representatives of estates are referred to the following articles ■ from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 March 1866

THE COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTEBHOUT, Editor. Bellville, Friday. March 9,1866. ty G. W. Johnson is an Agent fur tbe "Countryman," at San Felipe. Wanted.—At the Countryman office a good boy, 12 to 15 years o age to learn the printing business He should be able to read and -write pretty well. We see nothing in the doings of the Convention that would be o interest. I3r The editor has been quite sick during the past week, which must account for any short comings. He is improving and will be all right iu a few days. py Wo notice that Col. J. W. Daucy, of Fayette, was buried on Wednesday, 14tli ult., at 4 o'clock p. M. Ho was au old Texian, and •was associated often and ahlv with the affairs of tho State. FT Our enterprising acting Post- master, Mr. (t. Koch, informs us that he will run the mail twicc a week till the Convention adjourns. Mr. Koch and ourselves are entitled to great credit for our present mail facili- ties 1 We have done all wo could to get this system started, and we want to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 March 1866

"DIDN'T THAT MAN SUF- FER.!" TÜe Knoxville correspondent of llie ÍTashvilIe Banner **ets off the fol lowing good thing oa Old Brown low : Knoxville, Jan. 9, 1S66. There are few East Tennesbeeans who do not know John Fleming, of this county, a lawyer of much sharp- ness, with a good practice, and. as far as I can learn, of undoubted loy- alty. Well, John tells a most amus- ing anecdote of our reverend Gover- nor, which is too good to bp lost, and, ' what is more to tho point, he gives it as coming from Andy Knott, who is also a well known citizen, and one who bears a good record for consis- tent loyalty. The pith of the matter is contained in a description of Brownlow's terrible sufferings anc martyrdom, of which the world ha« heard so much for the past two years. A few months ago Brownlow suet Sieed, Orozier and Reynolds for darr- ages, and recovered $25,000, In the Circuit Court at Knoxville, causing the property of these gentlemen to be sold out, and buying it in at his own price;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 March 1866

jj *5# - •'W7W « . - ' . ¿X^ 11 WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW The best inheritance which pa- rents can give their children is the ability to help and take care of them- selves. This is better than a hun- dred thousand dollars apiece. In any trouble or difficulty they have two excellent servants in the shape of two hands. Those who can do nothing, and have to be waited upon, are helpless and easily disheartened in the misfortunes of life. Those who are active and hardy meet troubles with a cheerful face, and easily surmount them. Let young people, therefore, learn to do as many things as possible. Everybody should know, sooner or later— 1. To dress himself, black his own boots, cut.his brother's hair, wind a watch, sew on a button, make a bed and keep his clothes in order. 2. To harness a horse, grease a wagon and harness a team. 3. To carve fowls and meat, and wait on the table. 4. To milk the cows, shear the sheep, and dress a veal or mutton. 5. To reckon money and keep ac- counts ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 March 1866

r .tfMT/.a ul fi/ilí ja r iliJÍucar iioldtjolí jlaiiíi in misara .W'-i T 'i' Ti flVr ir'i!/roünevnoa r vil .vwj ks How ta ób oa ói owriT .^uíjcsittb nW/! ~ sja toí la g& a* si •M ARCHkJÍH tcJLÍMfeft** a <r«£ "m VOL. 6.} ."i . „ BELLVILLE, J. P. OSTEftHfÓUl1, Proprietor. y <^K(C|}yb^ER ¿JÍGPLKE'S STORE, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN, COUNTY, TEXAS, • r • > t * 1 "7 , —CASH — Specie—Siq^le Copy, 1 year,$3,00 " " " Six months,.. . 1,50 fHflj ^lábtíeifs Dyke ivotume. • '• weas a ■♦rt. '.«i ■ i ' ; 15^ Advertisements inserted at 15 cents , line,. for iirst insertion, and 10 cents ,1^ each subsequent insertion. Í3FT No advertisement insisted for less • than $3,00. B3PA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. . MI mmm* tW All kinds of Job Printing executed .wit-lf aeatueoi and dispatch;__ ~t~ *2 4 fi \ !' ' -j ; i * f\ 5 "7~T" < To Legal Ad véríisérs. X" sjivW V: '.*i •> ' .•liaUoes of tlieJgvhnf of;letters testa- mentary on. {of-, ^iniiiistration, and 14np$pes of a?conn^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 March 1866

COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTEBHOUT, . ft ••Brille, Friday, 1* 1966, Or O. W. Johnson is an Agent tor the •Countryman," ftt Sen Felipe. QTBellville Lodge will meet on Saturday the 24th inst. Stated meeting. _ |y A writer in the Bastrop Ad- vertiser propones the building of a monument to Gen. Sam. Houaton, to be placed in the Capitol grounds at Austin. ' Owing to the bsd state of the weather this week, the mail boy fail- ed to go to Brenham after the mail until yesterday, too late for us to get any very late news from tbe Conven- tion. We copy from the Telegraph the remarks of Judge Smith of Colorado county, in the Convention, in reference to a general amendment of the Constitution. These reasons are satisfactory to us, and it seems, the Convention is acting upon Judge Smith's suggestions. The New York News.—We call attention to the advertisement of Benjamin Wood's New York News. The Semi-Weekly or Weekly News is an interesting paper, and probably the one or other would be preferable to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 March 1866

:í.v r & The CoBTCiilM. which the substitute is offered, be a| J>P- BYRNES. J. I voter without any qualification et all! I Byrne* & Perrftlie, From the Austin correspondence I Reader, think of it, and decide in BLA CKSMÍTJIS, Ji'the Houston Telegiaph, wo ox- your own mind what it best for you, Are prepared to do all kind, of work in ijfact the following on the elective I for your children and your State! I their line at abort notice, sueh as ironing I estate of |anchise and qualification of dec* I Thq Convention adjourned with-1 WAGONS, CARRIAGES and BUGGIES, j <$ rs: outdoing anything save discussing making and repsring J|® .^o^UnU, . ObmmittM in Oommitt.e of Ae WMe. the ab.pLowa 8HOEI[(OHOBgEBi ^ ™M .homty bé f the Whole, Mr. Taylor in the chair, I stitute, offered by Mr. Giddings. 1 1' ^ TVS' i . "V 1 hi consider the 1st. Section of 3dI I place the two propositions to* Article of the Oonstitution, as printed. I gether so they may be considered by |t is the old prdvb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 March 1866

CRY OF A WIDOWED MOTHER i HEADING A lAW^R. '* Rufos Choate, in an itojjorttmt'jna- rine assault and' battery ai aerease, had' Dick Barton, chief of the dipper ship Challenge, on the stand, And badgered him so for about an hour that at last Diek got hie salt Water up, and hauled by the frind to bring the keen Boston lawyer, under hie batteries. At the beginning of the testimony, í)ick had said the night ifyá as "dfitic as the devil, and raining like seven bells." ,, > .4 f Suddenly Mr. Ohoate asked him : , "Was there a moon that night?"' '•Yes, sir." "Ah, yes ! A moon- "Did you see it V' "Not a mite." "Then how do you know there was a moon ?" "Nautical Almanac said só; and I'll believe that sooner than any law yer in this world." "What was the princlpalluminary that night ?" "Binnacle lamp aboard the Chal- lenge." "Ah! you are growing sharp, Mr. Barton.'* "What in blazes have you been grinding mo this half hour for—to make me dnll V* "Be civil, sir. And now tell us what latitude a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 March 1866

¿r i! b ■.J i ■. 1 )> BELilVlLLE, TEXAS, MARCH 23. i860. VOL. 6.} THE TEXAS COUNTRYMAN, ■■.ti J; P. 08TERH0UT, Proprietor. office ovbb enqelke's store, bellville, Aosriy couwtr, texas. ^ T aWDOWMWBIKM* 0MMMB8 ' —CA8H— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. ^awaraxaiisra wlwms t I3P Advertisements inserted at 16 cent* per, line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion. tyNo advertisement inserted for less than f 3,00. BP A liberal deduction made on year ly advertisements. m® w¡>awn All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. i in .7'-; na ........ r •. nrtii THERE'3 JOy rp^ ^V ANP irME.wmgSm 00 in To Legal Advertisers. •MM. Notices of the grant of letters testé* t*mentary or of administration, and Notices of accounts filed for final set element of estates, if of the nana • length, wilt be published the length °of time required by law, for $8,f~ 'speciej each, payable invariably "advance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 March 1866

-***% ftl I 1 THE COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTEEHOUT, Editor. BELIÍTIIíL£, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 23th. 1866. iy g. W. Johnson ía an Agent fbr the "Countryman,*' at Ban Felipa. q q q q q q q q iq Advertising per Month av Tear. -SPECIE— 13P A Card, not exceeding the ipaoe oecpied by ten line#, brevier, per year, Ten Dollar*. 3 m'ths. 1 column $2500 A « .... 1500 J " .... 1000 m'tht. 6 m'thb. 97500 ft 4000 ALL legal and transient adVertbement charged for by the line, and to be paid for in advance, in Specie, or its equivalent. __ ' Probate Court will be in íes sion on Monday next, Deo volente. ' We are sorry we cannot get a Galveston paper to exchange with us, none but "Wocbenblatt der Un ion. 99 tyCoL James Morgan, recently living on Galveston Bay, an old and much respected citizen of this State, died on tHe 1st inst. fy Heister Clymer has been uomináted by the Democratic State Convention of Pennsylvania for the office of Governor. Brig. Gen. John R. Jackson, late of the Confederate Army died...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 March 1866

H' :.■> ><s IkIM1 ■# : 'SI ■ $: :''•?■■'•" LSpfePi ■' '■*, ■ «' • / ■ 3t"- í ' v 'v - • • ■■■•■' ■■■ ■; ' "■ LO8S OP THE STEAMSHIP > LONDON. Ttie English papers famished de- tails of the loss of the London, an Australian emigrant ship, "which trmmmHwmmiv I —THE BANGERS OF EATING POBK. • > . . '• ' t \ One caae of the epidemic called [Trichina, whieh haa recently exciten - matfzmnt ^ -jriwwmi «d la Interest wa herror n, «tal- L wlwh dan. to Berlin, Praaeia, baa $ mmtoM .*• /TSfi S; « S?!? Th' "<* «•« ®ermlu|. who was Ukenilf éo¿e ' of (he truly mournful recital: I.. , « . n n "ItVunot tlU four A. M. on tlme MBC*' and .W™ Wednesday the 10th Intt., that Capt. Ket,er "«"«d her- Dr.K.waaat Martin reéjlved to pnt back to; Ply Iin" 0"bl,> 10 1,11 ,lie PraelM Mlure no tort á moath, the London being then aome K th" d;SM"' kttt A "y becMM two 1 hundred miles southwest 0f conra"!ei th,t" of th Mme The Freedmen—Wé have in oar excKangee^how variant an the stateifté&érail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 March 1866

ANECDOTE OF JENNY LIND. As Jenny Liad was comingover from Europe she desired the Captain of the steamship, in case of there being any fine moonlight night to «all her on deck, without regard to the lateness of the hour. Such a night did occur on the passage—a splendid moon lit up the heavens and the sea, white dark masses of clouds gave shadows and variety to the glory. It was one of those scenes which seem to bear witness to the intellect that the great truths of revelation are really truths —which convince the soul that the Creator of all things must be a Being of unlimited love, and that beyond the boundaries of this earthly exist •nee, open wide still more glorious realms of infinite beauty and eternal peace. Jenny and the rest of the passengers had retired to their births, but the fair Swede dreBsed herself and came upon deck. She contemplated the magnificient scene in silence for a few moments—and then, falling up- on her knees, she began a low song to the Deity! full of relig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 March 1866

ll%ll tí ífcÍW P| l |8 i ¡V II ' J mm VOL. 6.] BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 30, 1866. THE TEXAS COINTRTIA , J. P. 0STEBH0UT, Proprietor. office oves engelke's store, ÉÉLLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTT, TEXAS. awB5i(9&iwBS®Er & —CASH — Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " 41 Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. ¿u&vwosoxsra aukwus * ty Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion. ES*" No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. 535 "A liberal deduction made on yoar ly udvertiseinoiits. kinds of Job. Printing executed wit ii ueatneas and «lisjííttcii. vwm9< To Ilegal Advertisers. Notices ot the grant of letters testa* mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts tiled for final set- tlement of estates, if of the usual length, will be published the length of time required by law, for $5,00 'specie; each, payable iuvariably in advance. Representatives of estates are referred to the following artic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 March 1866

i - í THE COUNTRYMAN. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Editor. BELLYILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 30th. 1S66. G. W. Johnaon is an Agent for the "Countryman," at San Felipe. Advertising per Month or Tear. —SPECIE— ISF* A Card, not exceeding the Hpace oeepied by ten lincB, brevier, per ^ear, Ten Dollars. 3 m'tlis. 6 rn'thb. 12 m'ths. 1 column. $ 4000 $ 7500 k " • ... 15 0C 25 00 4000 i " - ... 1000 15 00 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by tho line, tiud to be paid for in advance, in Specie, or its equivalent. bfefefabbb&b The editor has gone on a quick trip to Houston. Give lis moro mail facilities and you give us more subscribers. Brick Wanted.—Why cannot some- ted-, Le induced to burn a good brick kiln near this place? The brick •onId be sold at a good price. £3?* The sketches of the early his- tory of Austin, as published in the Intelligencer, are very interesting. The Intelligencer h a good paper. I3P A Judgo in eastern Texas has decided that Greenbacks are not legal tend...

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