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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 August 1863

'■\W . ] H3*¡ i . I tt i-1 aw |(t> r«.i iiinfti wat Nt ■ i+?ri* «U v;iÍfíftto Mm* :ifa\ i-fr HI iíi iiiHtai «km* i ,IOíí f i *i ii a Hyt ■jirii'M di—vrf W> nW {««toga{ l'í<*4[. tó(ii l«KMRX'J%jw® fjta M (• >'i!« aft] '■flNÍ'44 i a u rttr c6*m*YJ¿rm*A8. FOUMTUVoikk*. Ti né or- Dollar* i fcleli desire to i note# to ■ Be1M)le,or/ Mrerik, P<* liM eeats per line for i an annum paya- Tbo«e who will «end. their lUrered to tu delivered it ■WlHrty e*nta mf. lent' inaer- All Hon. psyable latafftbly In advance. Wade of prodoce teken In payment at the uikil pileé?*^ "'* ~ ' - HT-1W« r*gret to learn that Oapt. Shelton (Mirer, a planter ón the Brasoa In this county, ¿led on the 13th i tut., áfter excruciating suffer- ings for some weeks, from a cancer. He leave a widow and three chil- dren to umuiu their lose. '■ tíP We are indebted to Oom'r B. B. Lee for bringing tu late papen from Hempstrad on Monday last These paper* eonta In much reading of interest, bnt MHle news of tance late...

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 — 22 August 1863

... .$ 'Gentlemen,' said á Virginia poli- tical orator laatyear, «I hare serrad pay.couBtij anil dona my duty as á patriot, ^o-dtptho bonea of my «ath ulaini boaa load anjl adrare. At the last kossion of Coñgreoa the popular branch yielded tó lfr^raiw&d attempted to re- peal the exemptions in certain pointa but the Senate, older and naturally mora conservative and far seeing, resisted the attempt and left the law very mnch as It was before. Hen are so little willing to reason on this subject, and bo much con- trolled by their feelings in what tliey say and do in times of public excite- ment, and so.little by their judgment that it aeemB impossible to convince £4hem that there is any right or jus- tice, or good policy in the exemption law at all. It is to give voice to theaa murmfirings that this article is writtep. Let us see where the com- plainta come from. It is a little singular that the great weight of them is from those who are, in one way or anothei in- cluded within the ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 August 1863

¿ *ÍSV.Miíé* iW • VOL. 4.1 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 29, I8«3. ; , , - *. F.j ¿ Ü8TUÍ COUSTYt- TKÍCA8. FOURTH VOLUME. Turnia or Soasatrrrio*.—Seven Dollur «na flfly eenta per. annnm paya-' hie invariably in advance. Tbone «bo deaire to.pay in CORN #111 >end their note* to pnjfvt bushels. delivered to ua n BelMlle, or <* boatiela delivered at keir crib. AorrnTimo.—Thirty cent* per line for theflratinaertion, and twenty cent* per line for every anbaeqnent inner- tion, pnvftble invariably in advance. All kind, of produce taken in payment at the market price. 'J iih Campaign from 'J kxas to M akyland.—We have received from the ptabliefaer, E. H. Cutbirg Hon Hon Telegraph, a copy of the •work witli die aboye title. It gives an account of the journey of th? 4lit Texas regiment and iheir doings in Virginia up to the battle of Sharps- burg. The work is by Rev. N. A- Davis, chaplain of tbe regiment It ia a very interesting book of about ninety pages, and well printed/ Tbe price i« four ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 August 1863

¿ 1^141 L£T, Attorney and iJHb-WIII .prytiee ii tbo District <tCoif* aftta ht. j udicial Dlstrie!^^ RKFGREKQKH: Hon. R. T. Wheeler, Hon. B. E. B. Buy lor. John Sayles. Eau.; Col. J. D. Me- Áiloo: O. A. N01 wood, Esq.: J P. OtUr- bout, Esq. Bcllvillo, Oct. 18,1868. ' , ; 1 Btt7We~®r FffO HAVING PERMANENTLY located in llcllville resprctftilly often bin profess ioftul services to the public. April Jlth 1803. c3G-6m. Nb AfitMto lnthtiMi. The following are the principal resolutions passed at a meeting held recently in Sa, Autonio: . ^ Whbrbas, Thp * xigencies of the timeB demand of nil good and true citizens such determined and decid- ed action as will sustain, so far as is in tbt*power of each, the Govern- Went ol the Confederate States, and j>lace beyond .t he possibility of want the families of the brave tnen, who are battling for tbe rights and inde- jpaodeuce of tbe Southern States. ÁNU \VhKKKAS. one ol tlie mentis ot attaining these object® consists in upholding the National ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 September 1863

I jww , , . , ... ■: ,v *lA'" • • i. ,¿¿:\ \ .uti'syu." 1 ü>fc >U¿'" **< " «It'Jii vol. 4.j tw¿« J¡ «fcadat&iaMfr #••<«!# < il^lllIlM d** líELLVILt.E, TEXAS. SEPTEMBER mmmmmmmmmmmmmmtrntrnm * •• mrtnovt, mm., ÁVtTÍX COUNTY—Tr\AS FOURTH VOLUMK. nr SiTiinrniPTio! .—(*prop jimi-irn "nrt flftr cent per nn um |tnv. M«ln f«ThMr in oilrnnre. Tb«w* .WW dV.irr fn w U ^ORN will n A the! Í;' ,V."T^M h«*M* dHirrr-H to a ortix bushel* (lctlrori'd nf ..r AnrV.HTIIIIKO —Thirtr re p r II w ror th<* flr t insertion. nn l twenty linr tnr +rory Rnhftrnncnt inn^r- tlon.ffwible ilÍTftHflliíy in fuWiittc*, Al' alna* < r produce tñk<*n in prtyment nt tin- mnrfcot price. 1ST A friend lia ju t suggested thnt n pood thing might be mrnle by a c<> npil.T who would faitbfhllv collect for publication, our patriotic* Governor's various proclamation under the lille nf "Poems in Prose," But w e h ave dissuaded him from his ntherw ise laudable intention, lest it might he construed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 September 1863

■í Do Wti Dbskrvb to bb Frbb í —■We despise croakers, bat when we IH« tho moit important military pouts in the Confederacy put in change of "northern men with Southern prin- ciples," and bj| them 'given up to tbe Yankee com manden, it teems to tu to utterly inconsistent with pru deuce (Hid common, soase, thai we dotabt whether we deserve to bo free. When we seestich lack of fore- sight, or sotoiethlng worse, as to leave the most important point in the 8outh, unprpvieioned, when the Yan- kees had strained every nerve to take it for more thnn a year,4we. are tempted to ask ourselves, if we de- serve jo be free. When we see the whole country infested'with men who should be in the army; one professing to be an invalid, and another to hnve resign- ed a commission while multitudes are seen on the public highways under various pretexts, át a time of most critical emergency, we involuntarily ask. if we deserve to be free. When We see those who are left al home, while the bra ye y oath ot th...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 September 1863

wMWm ' ■' n MuftpUH ¿«¡M fEPf **í'y* PÁtíí ■' f |E IMÉ42M $SB M. f M|Í¡'uwB ■ „ip* ,'Y 'i\¡ * $ifej& ÍT, *41t.r rSTY—TfXAf. H VOH|flK. íl"« «ri|irrióx.—«oren «•ent per Mii"tim | nv «- iq «^r-ínw. THilp who in ''OTí\ W||| ,en<! tbe'r Jln \nihelt /MI }'*'' tn a lift. or fl¿ ** fc lr «f|H. Anv'-RTi«TX(} —Thlrtr **• *• par lln# ' r fh tl( t |nm r^t< n. (,ni) twi-n'v 0*lf p*r Hnw for w ** miti««<n'o>nt ln e"- W# • avirintllv In (h-nn*í . A" . ti fin. nnv RM< ni lOtrW Wn4< «f f>-n1nc« tullen Ib pnjrment nt the vr Tíew defliiflon of Tr-noon Not vdining enrroney.* un high cu pxrfttoM wnt neighbor, nr somehodv elte does. Somebody's penalfv for the tiew trea><on—hanging.' Qnm., how many can plny at tlint gante? One of .our* exchanges says tVre i* a man somewhere In 'Texas, who labors ntfder tlié/ delusion tlia' 'Hon.* placed before a man's nam ■tandil for honent. f. We don't believe It J there'h not A man In Texns, however Ignorant In other matters who has not l...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 September 1863

,3b ?.* TPn= mm pi Northern dispatches say tli.n M«Md0> «mjf u being w ul«*e *| « the rat# vf ive hundred {per day, at which ifte ho will gat the r-qflretl army of fiffy thousand raw recruits by about Jaun iry n«*t. . But if, ae Oh . Halleck i« reported t«. have ■aid th* Yankees want recruits t the number of 200,QÚQi aud that immediately, in order to hold the whole territory now iu their possess- ion, k n at the rate of 500 per day tfce reomjla will be rawed in some- thing «ver a year hence. But Hal- leek taya th*y «re all needed forth- with, or they will have to abandon territory taken by them. If this w not done «ooq he thiuk* it will re qiure an army of eight hundred thouaand (just oae to every squiir. mil*).to accomplish the same thing next spring. He evideutjy base* hia calculations on the assumption that the rebel generala will t ke ad- vantage of the weakened condition «£ the Federal army, by the heavy detachments required to garrison and hold Vickaburg and Port Hudson and...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 September 1863

rgtmuu VOL. 4. J BELLVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 19, 1863 S. P. 01 IV, Ilitor AUSTIN COUNTY— TF.XA8. FOUBTH VOLUME: Terms - or Suoscairriox—Seven Fi .r* snd I ft y cent* per annum paya- invariably in advance. #4!00 for •i* months. AovtUTisnto.—Thirty cent per line for the first insertion, and twenty cents per line for etenr subsequent inser- ti■ >ii, payable invariably in advance. All hi ids or produce taken iu payment "at the i arket price. Special Notice.—The undersigned •Ines not claim the authorship ofthe edi- Jn Countryman, during the 1 ubhcation of this notice. J. P. OSTEBHOÜT. £3P* A writer ia the Telegraph says after many other things' ''Courage, then, patriots, and rally to youi flag and onr fair land is safe.; Under tho skillful leadership of our Major- General we need fear' no evil. Let us bo#true to him and to ourselves andjthe Lone'Star State cau never, be conquered." Satisfactory and true. cr It Has been ascertained that wai£enricbes a nation. If one is to judge by the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 September 1863

i the Mobile evening News lie United BtateP first and last, htfceen l Vi es nu Kt'XCB H*' . j l £ • * -í i — ° fH nTAr that the men ¿ >ve shed thto <lay of-tb# surrendei blood t* provp thailr violent repugn bnrg,i^wbicb he pltcT T nance to it. In the largest city of Confederate States have perhaps lia<f fhe North a popular riot has j nt a -—-• stop to the draft. The government has not ventured to ri new it. When it ÜCTlriy half as-many, or one in every white population. One in QXfiSX-fiVJB-ifljjw v '.'fftittT'id freeing -¿ioea mura violence is expected. Again , population,, a,o that the Confederacy out, oqly one half of its fighting population. .In the i&ce gf these facts and figures there aro those. who think the $<mth ¡A already whipped, because of of tlje exhaustion of her fighting ma- terial,and ti* overpowering .numbers OÍ the euetoy- We believe that if every man al- ready enrolled in the Confederate armies w«h at his'post, our force in the fiqld, roan for map,:...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 September 1863

' % V fe S A VBTtX COOtTV-TMr 4*. FOUBIll VOJ I V'fc. T*.n** or i<riwriwrri4j .—Pe*«i T>oJl«r and flffy cent* pi* annnm psrt- Mb mmtmjf In nArnnee. 44 W fitr •I* mnnfh* ÁiiniTMUa —TlilVt* twf* p.* lit.# rm th* tlrfrt loss ftp*. mm! twenf! e#rttsper line for every •til.MW'ent ÍWÍf) M«n. payuM* IwirlnWy In snrnnfe. AH kitNW of ffiduca taken In ptjrmsnt at the mittet prtrs MfwiüI. Not M U —The linger •■ígnea due* not 4-lnftn the of lite fill- tor nl' In Hi CoiiattjrmitU, during ike Colli* pfi|f N'LI'I Kit's Fa III.IK8 G«VM?.| Di I.IVCHKO AT Tiik 81 L- Otitu'ft Cbu; !—As many «wgtu , owners mid trilnrs. lis may parot- ic enough t«t <j< liver sufficient coin to 4 in uish bread tnr«#«r wore *1 fliers' Families, wholly free of charge run have tlii-ir niiux a inserted under tin* above hiding, na king as tuny Jlpptar IIM*. H-MÍ'j- to dertuv the olject aimed at. Names «'id residence of families will be made know n to thore * Ito tlesiie to contribute us above, «ii application iu i...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 September 1863

l*ir« v - ® ' * ' lhf> follow Iill - bandage (if the pnm relative; il" "r Hlwt Liiíiiy, ^valry, and ex *rrH *#• M. setting their gtule 01 : atttMñ ilt4t Iff «¡fellM* .i' 'iw '4*4it#<fri '^•tw ■■■■■I Iv#%ii8* ft' «**«>«)*« Á,' K&irih. «<*■ «fÜM' "4>1 ■ Íú0mi§) íá Meúry «in iiWt<*£*"W>t*e &*m "t ■ M4 outto wash; after gei úií¿ IfAi tí •While' '.#£* fo**' ftí ViH¡ "itvllfyto^ ll' tÍÁ.' • WHont fifty . k#Jrt«OtMitf Irtitii tnonmci , fiUmvér I «A^ht'^AÍ/WV ¡'¿iHRHí^iWíiitoá and then turu. ii buclfr^^H" M«| «:|| Mtf<j¿'Wlli >dk '•«1 ' <wy^Ni1 ftft «hMMwd iMfonb <fhUm'^ei¿.4ed %*a—^hi baMdM gane and 'otáeiitl 4m>u I 4iultr~li.< baited!': tito - mah «han faJé'^iwi t*g«t • Iwn^' iiB1 *oM> <*n M<|to4iUá44k^fehft*lr*tti «mMw b4|Mb érMMhtfb gw«fíd,' á«d ■áke41wp"vhw'tit) * watm-d:'Phi Wdid # r«<>«^W^ •«*&« ^Sék^ltií tlMtoml Vtor* 4)#f> #d*+Wibrtrt, «id, tyw^«*lfW-4<¿^MtVth*Ir * gum ^ rted «bMie bj. 'Otw W*bWl d*k4i ifcc Vlf...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 October 1863

■i ■ VOL. 4. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER A US TIT COUNTY— T*XAf. tpUttTH VOLl'HK. Tuna or ' Brascuirriow.—Seren Dallara ami Vfty eenta per anntim mtk- Me InvSriaty In nlram-e. $4 00 tor •Ik month . Aonmnnnru.—Thirty frota pW'Hee tor th# ftr t Irtaertloa, mi<t twenty rento per 11m for erenr anbieqnrat Inner- tinn. parable Invariably In savanee. All kMdi of produce token in varment at the maAet price. Special Nonce—The undermined dnea net claim the anthnrahip of the edi- torial* in the Countryman, during the publication tiffM ' notice. . P. ORTERHOtrr. .Corn for Soldier'* Families. Gratis"! Dblitkrbd at the Sol- dier'* Crib!—As many negro owners and others, as may he patriot- ic enough to deliver sufficient corn I o furnish bread for one or more sol- diers' Families, wholly free of charge can hnve their mimes inserted under the above heading, as long as may appenr necessary to secure the object aimed at. Nnnies and residence of families will be made known to those who desire to contr...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 October 1863

IP This it m sxprdiont that is to W aaid I Editor Bbllt in circlos near to tbe focus of powrr. ^ prohaWy e|fii^||ii(i is thoroughly s to W^fi. <m' «fw- tM. •W**Crt7« wmj*m * «jr?.,w$ Wi -MU ) twT 'W. tOfijF tl could a iWto ft* ;*!!•■. HPft Ws pxpn.ursslpofd •gov that he 11 dy «^w|ttP;« regiment of ya k««M * , ., .,. . . ' . . , v..<, t/ * >- - - * il.lll.AJ 111 aL « ■i"WI «IliMnlf Will IWJ behind*# danger ill fotrbe t front f o t A 1 I ■MllOll J JlilL.J JklMT DillJlfwWi Mi ®wKO i* tlMM * oufltóont «orlinlhty that as the first opportunity, go (Wt 'K) f*e ««At .*S#J 3. Admiring lb.t .Wy ,ouW fight v mid. fsithful)y,.% us, and. tbst through their assistance we shtplsu the4wf*i^o(thi. wsc materi.Jly, is the jedacatipnof a spjdicr such hs .wuul^ipod ^e. Of them «Iter the return of ppace! . 4. i U they are put Into th« scr- vi^ ^«4di«w, will they or w¡H thay uot, regard it as an admission ou the part of Íh« f[hite#, tjlat, uptid- "Hhei taiu oar own liberties pr keep them in Javer...

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

ir-i m- 4. t BELLTILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBKH t«, IMS ■ K ' V. IJH I 4 CttV/Jf C9PKTY- T*XAB. jtottith volume. bms or fluaaeairnow.—6eve ■ per liaofnr areiv mbaeeiMat ii .pMableiavartsUr ln Ufu««. _ i W ftadaeo token ia r r*«Dt at toe irsuiAl Hqrtc .—Ttw> aniermgsed 4oee <* etohn Hm aatoorahi «f Mm edi- toHrti !■ the Coastryai , daring tke P blie tto eftMe Settee. i j. p. 06terh0ut. Cokn roa Soldi bb's Familiss. GbaTIA! DaLIVUBBD AT TUB SoL- oiaa*8 Obib 1—many negro owner and otilen, m may b« patriot- ic enough to dellrtr sufficient cora ta famish bread for one or Qiore sol- <ila«a' FamUiea, wholly free of charge fan hare their names inserted under tke above heading, aa long aa may appear neeesssry to lecture the object aimed at. Name aad residence of families will be nade known to those who desire to contribute as shore, os application at the Countryman edfee. Be Just gentlemen! Ton an not nqueetcd .to be liberal. Exempt not in any organised company, can learn somet' ing to their...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 October 1863

wmiLW,. nnmnr 'A squadron of Yankee cavalry is ing horses, and. the shouts of the magnifict)atu-whe<L.thnndátfÍQg 4ftwuiireajd v^ropraHho rode theifl, dq at full and u dating flutter of cambric; vaia thaffiy^'s troopers—and a fair screainMg (intended to frighten horse#f|an2ñ)n« ble sed half hour! ^f#au*jyu5hildren in serried ranks; I We give the narrativy, as <m*coimra®nte avalanche of horses]yesterday given to us by in trembled vM passion as thotale. We give CaivW 'r? ifli'fll ÉÜf A tt^a lmnlw wahrior, wit Oil ■oov- ords are out/ every sti e !t' shou1 forever!*' ■* « Thehoi As deer Their «teed* are *toi<t, their iwor^ They sou make lightsome roo So say those who witnessed two su pert " charges made thfe other day fen the levee óf New Orleans, as de- scribed to ub liy a Confederate officer who was.then on board a river steam er crowded'with the nick and wound- * , yicksburg. Tiie en brought ho far oh their way to Mobile, and ! were to remain'only one day. i he steamer „ . ....

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 October 1863

J. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 17, 1868 ¡JVO ■I A flUMHÉMiAiittl * 4 WW* COUNTY- TKXA8. . i.i -i 11 "i<<, i ■ i VOUS7H VOLUME., „t/E; io.—Thirty cent I, Rod twenty leqnent laser, advance. All tea in payment' at the. Nones—The nfaraped hi asthorsbip of the di- Country nan, taring the i of this notice. * J. ?. 08TEBH0UT. mi *f wn II ■■■ i ' * Conn ros Soldier's Families, Qiiatw! Demtksed at the Sol- diss's Cbib !—As msny negro «MMM old «then, m may be patriot- ic enough to deliver sufficient corn twftuuish broad for one or more sol- di era' Famines, wholly free of charge a^p have thsir naatte inserted ™«4*r (be above heading, as long ss may appear necessary to seenre tbe object w>cd at. Nstnes and residence of fittniliee will be made known to those desire to contribute as above, as application at tbe Countryman m* Be jtut gentlemen! Ton aseaot requested to be liberal. t. É, MILLER, Poest Oak Point HO bushels. Exempts not in any organised éempany, can lean sometí, ing to Ibefcr ...

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

©WARD citizens The follow War. bloody jot i «vil that unimaginable honor which won* than the wholesale slaughter fallow man? Worse of man by hi felloi tbhn tho iwaCmgof swelling with furious pafeAons, and reeking with hnmfeh Mood, into the presence of that holy God who has comman- ded amid fire and tempost "Thou «halt not kill." Certainly, if .there is any greater evil than war it is well to have it prevented; but Oh 1 that it should be at such a coat! Look, sister, at your strong young brother, just on tho veage of man- hood. Do you Wvo him I Are you proud of him f Is he not noble in your eyes ? But how should you like to offer bam to the Moloch of war! It might be a fine tlúng enough to have his manly beauty set off by the gay dress of a soldier. He would took well, no doubt, moun- ted on a high-spirited battle steed, with^armsat his side, and plumes upon his head ; but these are not the things to consider. Think for a moment, of that white brow pressed heavily upon the blood-etai...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 October 1863

Y** M V9M¡ i. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 24, 1863 mm a uarin county—tkxas. .Ter Un or 6 yOÜBTM VOLTTMI SUBSCRIPT* «ib per Moan p ya- advance. *4 00 for .. _ ... __, TISIHO.—Thirty cent* per line for the first insertion, and twenty et utk per line for every aubieqnent inser- tion, payable Invariably in advance. All kind of ptpdoce taken In payment 'a* the mafliet price. Special Nono .—The undemgoed doea not claim the antherahlp of the edi- torial* in the Countryman, during the publication ef this notice. J. P. OSTEBHOUT. " 1111 * "■ • ■ — OoftN fob Sol disk's Families, Gratis! Dblivkrbd at the Sol- Dim's Orib !—As many negro owners and others, as may be patriot- ic enough to deliver sufficient corn to furnish bread for one or more sol* diera' FamUies, wholly free of charge can have their names inserted under the «bote heading, as long as may appear necessary to secure the object aimed at. Karnes and. residence of families will be made known to those who desire to contribute as above, ...

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

ÉMgMn roñada a few ng ttorjr went the ago, and is now OoMFBBSSBD INTO A Russian noble who Paris, tu noticed to be constantly plunged into deep sad- ness . He wore on his finger a very remarkable ring, large enongh for a bracelet, and extended over his hflnd like Abuikler for the ring finger. I was t>f a greenish color, and was traversed by red veins, It attracted the attention of everybody, but no one was bold enough to interrogate the mysterious stranger, until ere day a lady, meeting him in a public parlor, ventured to say, "you wear a veiy handaóme ring." The Russian made a movement as if he would con- ceal his hand, but that feeling gave way to a desire to unburden his mind. (|j"It is not a ring" he jinswered but a sepulcboie!' A shudder pass- ed through the whole company "This jewel, madam" he continued, via my wife. I had the misfortune to lose her some years since, in Itus8ia. She was an Italian, and dreaded the icy bed which awaited her after this life. I carried her rema...

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