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

W IHM'I" Wt.4.1 m BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 31, l$63 -*T JUt'ttM COUNTY— TEXAS. VOURTH VOLOME. r or «üwcriitiok.—fleren , fifty cent* per annum jpsya- Me inrariably In aAtanee. $4 00 for six month*. Aoverti.siko.—Thirty cent* per lttae for the flrit tatertinn, and twenty cent* per line for erénr rabieanent inser- tion, parable invariably in advance. All kind* or produce taken in payment rat the market priee. Special Notice.—The undermined doea not eUim the authorship of the edi- torial* in the Countryman, during tho publication of thU notice. • J. P. 08TERH0UT. t Corn for Soi,dirr's Families, Gratis! Delivkhbd at thb Sol- Diss's Obib f—As many negro owners And others, as may be patriot ie enongh to deliver sufficient corn to furnish bread for one or more sol- diers' Families, wholly free of charge can bare their names inserted under the above heading, as long as may Appear accessary to sectfre tbe object aimed at. Names and residence of families will be made known to those who desir...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 31 October 1863

t i Gordoa La., Sept. 10.1863. \ Col. J. W. MeDade, Austin Co.. week. folly to forward a copy oí the pream tills iptof the munificent tM ft0ftfe&ftts dn at «4.% #««• *jl in .*iy. V«| Reep-otfally yourobt. uevt •iv i • 1 :'B> H. BOONE. Wallear's Bud. 'li >.*; • "a Battalion Tex a** ¿ , ■ • , . •▼e Qéen the recipients i donation of the sum nine hundred and dollars from the patriotic i,of Austin county Texas,, and Ü& mm of Eight hundred and sixty six dollars from the ladies of Jackson county Texas, and whereas they a&re to express gratitude to them for said donations, therefore he it Resolved. That the members of tbis Battalion would be recreant to their duty and feelings were they not to «xptess their hearty thanks to the Mies Of Jackson cottnty and citizens Of Austin county for the large sums • > freely donated to this command. Resolved. That while tendering to our kind friends at home our tbaiilts for' this favor we are forcibly reminded that 'though absent we a...

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

• -• - t.* -v:r;:v P1^" tí''f®fesiPI >1 .A^tli f «tWe! ''i. -I. i Tr-TKXAt. V.' a t VOLUME UBSOKirriOK.—Seven •U month*. ADVEBTWIMO.- l>or tin* tor the first insertion, and twenty cent* per II110 for every aubaennent inser- tion. payable invariably in advance. All Mn4a of produce taken in paymentr at the market price. « Special Notice.—The underoigned doe* «ot claim the authorahfp of the edi- torial in the Countryman, during the publication or thin notice. J. P. OSTEBHOUT. Oonti fob Soldier's Families, Gratis ! Delivered at tub Sol- dier's Crib!—Ab many negro owners and others, u may be patriot l#énob¿h to deliver sufficient "corn to ftmiMt bread for one 6r more sol ¿W Families, wholly free of charge can ¡have their names inserted under the above heading, aa long as may appear nseessary to secare the object aimed at. Names and residence of families will be made known to those who desire to contribute as above, on application at the Ooontryman office. Be jtut gentlemen! Yon are...

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

8 -DEPT. District C tin Exchange NoticB No.'6. \ Bichmond Va. -Sept. 12 *63. j should con teat the advance of t, mlly andstn it off hi* ,|npi ■■■ wsiv."i£r.is titles this o It 1863 Íísive , and are hereby m 1863 and g~'- 1 clarqd: L The Officers and men of Gen. jP. L. StevenBon's division " J. The Officers and men of Gen. Ken's division. The officers and men of Briga dier General Moore's brigade. 4. The officers and men of the Second Texas Regiment 5.. The officers and men of Waul'b «a wife hi months nait * JS£ ched wUh hi. ..... King hu wid In Mid county of Austin, that during absence to wit: abut the of the year 1862 and the be- of 1863, the said Isaphena became ful to hor marriage vow's a pon a coúrno of adultery an tutlon.nnd subsequently abandoned rous and united effort broperty; yon secure ife desirable. Time is now friend. Endure a While lo and peace must crown our are published for your information; tad BIRflY SMjTH Lieut. General Commanding. m Officer; JLTJVtnUV >VI 1VUÜ...

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

apíijwW advance flü, |klnd*o7prodaee Market prtoe.H «reciu. Notice.—*í doea not claim the n«th« «" Countryman/ durlí publication or fill* nntt¿*. J. P. 08TERH0UT. * " 1 . ^ '■<' ■"«" Ooitw roa Soldieb's Families. OiatiM Dblivkrbd at thk Sol- dibb'b Obib !—As many n^gro owner an#yH¡$r^as may be patriot- ic enough to deliver sufficient corn tófurnish bread for on* or more sol diera' Families, wholly idee of charge can have their names inserted under 4he above heading,'as long as may appear neceaaary to secure the object aimed at. Names and residence of families will be made known to those who desire to contribute as above, on application at tb« Countryman office Be jutf gentlemen ! Yon are not requested to be liberal. F. E. MILLER, Poast Oak Poibt 100 bushels. ■ V •: • Exempts not in any organized company, can learn somet1 ing to their advantage by calling at the -CottUtrytnan office.'; $ — -i i ■ ^ The moat remarkable feature in the srfleets* of Houston is the «•won of gilt butttt...

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

Í8MP8TBAÜ, Austin county Oct.. 241 h 1863. 1 At a mating oí the citianns held in thiapl**? to-day. Hon. B. Waller. Seu.,WM*H«#to «h« OWr, and If. W. SictWwjr* The Chair ■ .. explained the object of tira meet- ing in a W appropriate remarks, •yid tmineti bom the speech made by Ma). Goo- J. B. Magruder, at ^pUbo&pubHehed U, the Hous- ton TolegAph,' were read. Rev. James if. Shlpman wis then call, d fo and responded In an eloquent and patriotic speech; and a notion, a committee, conns ting of N. W Bush, J. W. Shipman, L. W.. Groce, F. J. Cooke and fieuben Loggins - was appointed to embody in writing <the sentiments of the meeting, and on motion, the Chairman was added to the Committee, who,' after a short receta reporti*d as follows 5 Resolved, That Mnj. Gen. J. B. Mngruder, in hi- action with regard to the arrest elf traitors among up. has met th ants and wishes of <h people of Texas, and was fully and U'ieqnivocally endorsed by this meet ing. Resolved, That we have reason t...

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

V BE.LLVII.I.E, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 21, 1863 T. f. OSTEHHOÜT, Editor *• ' ' ' ' ' iAU&TtH COUNTY— TKXA8. I' ft ¿ ,01 1 ►i. t A- FOITFTH VOLUME. Xxomh of ftunfoidPTioj .—gpven JWlnr and fifty cem« per annum psjra- , Me invurinbly in advance. $4 00 fer *iY?*>iitki. ' Anvr.BTlstMi.—Thirty omitb ,|tjr 0*«¡ 'or tb« Arvt io <tfii«o, and twenty ' cent* pi<r line. fur every ub ennt nt tjnH, iovfli i«bly in 'itavnnce. AU Kind* of produce taken in payment at thf market price. > — > Fh*F.ci\t. ífOTlCR.—The rnidernigned 'dnW net <i1alnTth<'nutlmrihip bf the edi- torn!* in the Countryman, during the publication of tbi* notice. J. V. 08TKR1I0UT. J •« Corn fo« .Soúher's Families. Gratis!' Delivered at the Sol- dier's Crib ¡—As, many negro owner* and others. ns may he patriot- ic enoueh to deliver sufficient coin .to famit-h bread (or one or more sol dierfc' Families/wholly free of charge ' can liftve their names inserted under Confederate Money a "Lkou, Tender."—How ninny of t...

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

— Sy.'^v . m Bbownsvillk in tub han os ok THB Enk.my.—Unwilling to buzzard any second hand reporta, as to the official dispatches, which we alluded v to in our yesterday morning's edition, we have gathered the following facts from official «orces : On 'be even- ing of the lit inst. the enemy were reported off the Rio Orando with 'Sevan vessels; and the next morn- ing the number was reported to be 15. On <the 3d, the enemy- landed and sent a cavalry force to reconnoi- tre, finding them greatly superior, fell back. Oen. Bee, seeiug the im- possibility of contending with the enemy (reported to be from four to to six thousand, while he had bul about 150 regular troops,) ordered Fort Brown to be evacuated, a$l the public buildings and- cotton to be burned. He retreated towards King's Ranch and was on his way 25 mile* from Brownsville on the 5th inst. The enemy were said to have landed on Brazos Island in large force, the Island being covered over with their tents. The number of the ve...

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

ka ' I J ,;e ¿ •- ; Pfc^'V >' daffi sÉW Éte, i ••Vfifssv'.* - H f*& S&m ymps-i ' is* tfe ■ :íc'"i ; • ' •¿€111 ÍVn 1É Iwito Tlf. '•'$ 'JT'Pipt V.'. i¡*¿j ' Wife# ::f". •. : -■ ;" JE ''tv ^' h v" ■,%i * ji ♦■'■''■'I W $ '■*" ,p A;; .^iV • vj¿ícrv .'• ?jk- &;• t*á aaitcr ¡ífc- VOW* ;, inte —«#•*<■ JlJifOS n, nod -twin • 'l^ffrifljghr .I'i nfcint*. A' p- 4uce«*^uin piyment $(th- «Sk f *,.'■ ■•'•*■<. 'Mftjapijui ,y—— TfVrnT. —IV wn *á*'i#e Ann* no etatm ttie .atiHioraMp *f «he wV tor'ftU In th^ fwunfrymnn. during ♦! ■UBsiMd s£ Corn ro* GtUTW«f f)m.i BKI'AVHXB,; TEX VS. NilVEWBE fllé .UCwH'Kl' AldVv.i' ! Il<- WÍ-ll' i of tilt* Mexic, •l,y of No:«bh h lnif tonel v IfwnMf lmt W Iftmnoat littering C"r "W i«| tol •TI 1 « med 100 bu« |||PH'8 fotolllPl AT THF j$ I ffto'i rt^ m-jr ;- trnnv V \ p,«tiío* sufficient , con ie or nwh-p sol f lh(f ♦w^ícIuts' insi'tied nt'dei [ji* muy w icnre Itie oj^-C* i'nnd residence of irirfFtn those t aii nbi'vt-, ijhw Crtnntrymuri j*9t. g...

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

~A—X fm Wm tln< •hriwgrea dj'ie «tí.thin offieei II.. a%yg JIM tira; dti'y ¡s tp mak biihself couitari bk Q —Wlnt «itH-A lit# sáy irt til, ~*&tf4?♦4 A— I «i ínüf lll:ilriel| Very COIIl- fortable. Q—Wlmt du. o lin l«y down as tW fhlid Miáv | A*ü'o mk« everybody «dse very uncomfortable. Wlpifclt the fint dafy of ÜQ wmt) T ,Ar-Tot«ke •di the delicacies pr the army for hit* own use Q—Whut is ijjji second dm y Í A—rT< ' bare sparingly said deli- cacies wliith his friends, aud lievei let theio jet into aui'h vu'gir p aces «the m >u hs of «Ick soldi r . (k-* i it w¿th í third duty ? A—-To be very particular to see that the requisitions f< r ratious at> in proportion—nil the t's crossed and l*s dott *d—when presented by- sol- diers wh.i are sick or who have had nothing to eat for tb"ee or four days Q — Wlia is the first duty of i. edicil Director? A — ÍV ' perinitt the sick and wou id<*d to take curt* ot theniselv, a Q— >Vhat is (he second duty J A—To learn'the sick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 December 1863

PUL. r«* a MMMMM A K-v. ■Oí* (• *•*#> éW wm*. ,1M MUW ÍUM TEXAS, BELLI Gi shudders io Vh* Ohto*** «MM ****• % i ••ti ■r" "■"'" fio* quality of oil Is being made from the Buckeye ant, by W. O. Reagan ot that place. The not is odd in great abundance in our river bottoms. Only thirteen revolutionary sol- diers are now living in the United TTW ial HoncSi—*be anAmvigaed claim the *utW«hip of the edi- - the Countryman, during the of this notice '"" J. P. OflTEHHOÜT. OoRN POR SutDlBB't FamILIBS. «Ram! DeuyWHiT thk BOU- waft's Out t—As many negro owners and others, as may be patriot- Bctent corn one' or more sol- , wholly free of charge insertel under as loqg as may m . r «ware the otject Mames and rssiduafu of itrfhose as above, at the Cnantrymon B0 jut gentlemen! Yon re not requested to be liberal. 9. & M1LLEB.IW W^oiat AnOV %4'.'it 'K ■ ]• Et>: 4Jbv*rwrk/m t I will tilia fall and winter, famish the following families, in and about BeQvUle, with five leads of fire mood saclT; ao...

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

Thb Ejvbmy i on Out Soil. —We are now invaded. The font of the Northern vandal pollutes the soil of Texas-—lite city of Browns- ville fat now tu ike hands of the ene- my—oar entire «m coast is threaten- ed, and it behaves our people to rise likn one man, knowing the justness of their sanee, and meet as did the patriots of '36 the Mexican enemy, an enemy whose boast is to "rule or ruin" and whose deeds know* no parallel in acts of .the most uncalled for barbarity in modern or ancient , warfare. Slumber not while . a foe so virulent is in our State;' reinen her that "eternal vigilance is tb* pnce of liberty." Remember, that •oar enemy's object is to . make us «Inven mid rule us with a rod of iron •oonfiscat# our property, and make us in asocial and political point of view worse than the serfe of Russia. Let our watchword be, " Victory oi death " and Jet our boneB whiten our prairies green breast , if needs be. sooner than submit to Northern rule Women of Texas-r-you who hav prompted o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 December 1863

■' **> . i . I ÍW:" BELLVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 12, 1863 {¿NO 21 mlmHuiPir&l COUNTY- TF.XAS. , Mil .i ■ ■ ■= ■ FOURTH VOLUME. ^ jgyitcinpTiow—seven Hollars aapMf 4ent« per annum paya- M# inrariafcfr to ad vanee. 94 00 for ^OMtfhK AnfttTUias.—Thirty cent* yr line for thejratimertion, and twenty eeute perttne f r eterr subsequent inter. Mm.papable invariably Id advance. All ■aSijf '* P ra ant at the toa^aujaes- , nf.1 ■ 111. T CVBCML Monee.—The undermined «H jwt «Un the authorship of the edi *.n ttwJponBtryman, during the publication of thin notice. . J. p. 08TEBHOUT. Hood ANfí Hi? Men.—A corree pondent of the Atlanta Confederacy, writing from Bragg' army, Bays: Aa apleeaant relief to all tbe jar- ring and discord that we havo bad since the battle in regard to our Gañerais, I will give you an evidence af tho good feeling that exists be- ■«KW'thé gallant Hood and his luon. At soon as he was p'romounc- «d oonvalescent by his surgeon tbat portion of hia old brigade that still «•isa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 December 1863

TOMIN ■ There's the secret. A saving woman at the head of a family is the very best saving bank yet established-**- zsjfmitt*,t manage it The Idea of saving is a pleasant one, and if 'the women' woold imbibe it at once, they would cultivate and adhere to it and thus, would befaging ihé foundation for a compete** security In a stormy tima, and ÜMkw la a rainy day Thaw **!* sees «a her own house has a lag* field to save in, and the beat way to make her com- prehend Itfci for her to keep an ac oount of cumnt eápenses. Probably not one wife in Can has an idea how much are tbeexpeadi tures of herself or family. Where from one or two thousand dollars are expended an- hually, there is a ohanes to save something if the attempt ia only made. Let the housewife take the idea—act upon it—and strive over it—and rite will save many dollars, peibaps hundreds—where before she thought it impossible. This is a duty—not a promoting of avarice—a a moral obligation that rests upon 'the women' as well as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 January 1864

iv I . ov*tf J—íuwaií wofi, ,^I s¡> iott VOL. 4.1 BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1864 i •.'ty n)ii" /'i .tjw; m I. P. © T," BAltor ÁütTÍV COÜNTY— TU XAS. TOUBTH VOLUME. TOOMS ' jPV tPOSCMPTin*.—8erren jll*r* tn4 fifty cent per snniim pavn- lnv*ri bly In advance. $4 00 for [ months. Anvwrnsiwo.—Thirty cent* ir Hnefor the fint insertion, and twenty it* per line for ererr aubieqnent inier- |on, parable Inrariably in sdvanee.. All k of produce taken In pajmeat at the Mtrket price. Special Notice.—Tho nndemigned dee* not «lain the authoribip of the edi- torial* in the Countryman,, during the •ubUoaUon of tbi* notice. ■ J. P. OSTEBHOUT, The late temporary «aspen, sion of tba( Countryman, was caused ' by sickness of the printer. We hop* logo ou henceforth in the even tenor ot oar way, baring to-day resumed publication. - • QT Arrived In towu on Wednes- day the 13th Inst. Capt. Z. Hant of plournoy'a Reft., T, V.I. and Sergt, Jas. McCrack«n of Capt. Hunt's company ; alao aome days previous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 January 1864

KYobt, January qpk, 1864. Dl*I VlWi:—I hare nothing in will find in the It wiU be * pretty ... ... it - ia Ml likely, however, that anything aaywHhre , events are ripen- mMfa* regulta Within the JRpt twelve month*. England out of cotton, and has for the fint tine, heeopae aware of (he start- ttfjg €mA that, thbij ¿indispensable ar tide cannot be procured elsewhere than in t^e Confedssate States. Vast i «re on the brink of ruin, bodies of her people Buffer- fog for «apt of employment. With this prospect ahead, her people aie hx>—Iqg discontented, and demand tom on the part of the jpvanmpat to bring the war here to ardaae. Witness the late stormy meeting at Burton. The people of the ^United States «Ve hSsawing alarmed. Many of lUf beat awn at*, as clear as the paea dajr, that anoeeaa will prostrate tha whole aountty at the feet of a flWfnt idiaady laws and constitu- AkplwrobeeB trampled under foot a d:aate af tyraany have been per- pfftsatad that «muid make the veriest despot in Eu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 January 1864

ACITtN COUNTY—TKX AS. "of SvBSfcEirnow—Seven tftf Oeuta per annum pay*, biy <b advance. f4 00 for At>VEaTlBi*o.—Thirty cent* the flnt insertion, and twenty a* for every ipbaeanent inaer* le invariably in MTsnct. All protaee taken in payment at the price. fnoUL None*.—Ther undersigned does not claim the authorship of the edi- torial* iq the Countryman, during the pqbUoatlon of this notice. J. P OSTERHOUT. Violent Death.—The Country mSlf, contrary to oar announcement «flailWeak, will not go on the "even tenor" of its wpy. It dies this week a violent death. The awfttffiat was. pronounced by the -n^pttne authority of the State of Yeini calling to the tented field (he raridad of the unterrified and ,fctyrl$&W8iato Troops, of whom •er printer is one. Although the <ln—lÉyiiiáii dina, it is not as one without hope of notorious and happy fofllrb. Till that period dawns upon ,jybalgT^readers, fare ye well, We notice in General Order, No. from Generd Magruder's i the following : "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 January 1864

i i,, BulMi I Selilerlar are of great value, and gTMS many eriy .npM. I., lb. for Inst anco. it was fc ii case of food]tip businesa of (be country iy ,ny ItiaaMbtoteiy tifhe to come, wo confidently look to necessary thai; Jhe cooking should be him it- of official attention may not be oat place, A Buflk mortality of its Crimean army ¡ «Uention to to a lower average than liad heeo at- fonnd in the well as- that much the largest íkttílhufaMbto disease and not to the bullets of the enemy, tod the exfttlt to which •éwOtfnfedeiracy has slréady suffered fctthdéafhsin camp, *alle loudly for míettal' íKhdiíWficial attention. Experién¿/ has shown that the iSitoéW^^eainiir can be reduced a^pfHntiñent <ñ a sanita ton, authorized and re examine everything per «ÜÉIÜg to the health of the soldier to a strict responsibility "•rate péformance ot their import- ant duties. Sickness in camp is >&b' leinr,á subject ot investigation ind oflé^á_better reabon for the dis- frace "And'punishment of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 March 1864

COUNTRYMAN. VOL-1. No. 24. J. P. Gstkrhout, Editor. ■olMlto, Aa*tí O—ty, Twm. MARCH 10, 1864 OT We hope to make such ar- rangement* a* will k*ep the Country- nan going during tho next nix month*. In that* timys of peril to our liber- tie® wo trust our readers will have patience with us, and ytp .«bail do tbe beat we c«> fox tju'tfi. Tbe future is «incertain. Ii°v soon the Coufede* racy amy need tbe services of all in fhe (eld to repel oar insolent and eruul invaders, none of us can foresee. Congress bas hitherto exempted tbe press and its necessary employees from Conscription, being more libwal in this respect than our own State Legislature. But even this exemp- tion piny be brief. In any event wo hope to be ready to obey the solemn calls of our common country. ■ . *t ty Though .tjio Texas Banger guve the Countryman a "parting salute," saying that we bad suspend- ed for the want of paper, tbe lady « editor of that paper was never inore raistakeü in her life. Had she look- ed at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 March 1864

lives, or ártfay m & ' iftUfttfe ¿¿¿ft MM At .t-a from the chandelier" The pleaaair beloved Rtfees AlSr^there, "our own alt gathered with n^tjand we have ti ll - -A'.jrf 1A' -M'lA ', Í . jV i"fSt É£ -it1 ttodi o y moro a t Hpfy order that w* iti*f ) «wUm. a otmi miee in their foU **gWV ^ :mb«t! k ftbfa trr feed tlieta íbr-tharikfúíueJ;t¿f th^good Wfo iliitili fpreserved and BUB- *B1iithere a& 'shadow* on a." N<¿|th¿t W0 «re lews PHPm l*thati of old; not that the world it leas bright, and oor interest ' in the good it offers us wanting. LNot that we are all ill, and that the ap- prehenfcfopB of tba future are move strong lhan at any previous time No, not one ol theqe things afflict W. 1 di nail «' HoMB'tdFfc.—Even as the sua k«m kcttm^oaed of millions of min • uto rays, the home of >lifé must be < «ftwetitnted - little tetiddrnessecr, kindly looU, atoeet laughter, gentle words, And loving counsels; it must not b^l&e the torch-blaze of unnatu- 1 TaleitAtémebtJwhlc...

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