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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 March 1864

'T" iJ*9. OavHunner, • JSdhor '' t * " i i i. 1 i ■ 1 '11m malk WW on tliia gn u. on fAfc^apJ Jfaáfpasdfya. IWiHlvUfpliwhia « TM Wi ** 'ÍHM*#-: fmmqm bareta iaaa atfr paper on< -Wednecdnya to «ecoiniDodaVi the aaaik- ... .v- : *t WT Jrig. , Gen. - ——... nnirii muifi- *ig€muaM* <rf*fcfc^Br%ade Di tri«í,,(tb#,^b) componed of t he «oun tfoani. timtrop, Wnablugw, Fa>ett, Austiu, Colorado, Lavecca, Victoria, Jackson, Wharton fptt Bepd, ^ar- ria, Ubatubers, Galveston. Brazoria. Hafagorde and Calhoun. Brigade Hendqttartere $x§ *e*i|Mi bed ai far. the preeent. A/tei «J re4tygankptiflft by ,,.th«, election M, company ojeara, the companies will immediately march to Brenhan. Whew they will he orgi^ized int.. *$egfaent« «ai Battalionn. The 'ékeeification and.foitoftgha, it «aetns. wlH net take place til] after the or •gankatioujuto Regimenté and Bat- at - 1". 1 ^ . XW Waaw indebted to the Pub Usher, D.Riehardeon df the Stat Gaxette office, for a copy, of the lito for lt6|. k well gotte...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 March 1864

Ukfc.tisto.—A L-icedajtnonia: mother had fire sons in a battle h ¡ was f ught near Spirts. ami seeiiij a soldi -r tliiii hud left the Scene IV action, eagerly inquired of hlin k«*' aff iirs went oa. "AH jour five son. ore ^ ¡in,' (.aid lie. "Uiihupjc w'retchI" replied t e wnmíin. "I aak thee not what esteem* my chit ftren, but of what concerns my coiim. try." ' "A« to that,' all in well." mi the soldier." "Then," n'dd she, 'Iff them mourn that are miner ibíc; mv country is prosperous, nud I an happy," Tw« mouth" mare. sod ihe com parat've quiet that now reiprns in a" our borders will be rudetv broken J he horrid clanror of bloody w r will again resound throughout tli land. An act i re camp >ign will the commence, we i-hall «•• snch *firrin«r times iir we hive Mewr before wit ni *8i>d. On the sen const, in the in- t-rior, wh rever hostile feet «re trend ttig, we shiT benrfhecli'diof res >un<l ing arrns. * "A merciless fo<> is oirdin<r hiftiaelf aWew for the strif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 March 1864

YM'AN. ■ «OUT «k 1864 'Jfsouiu error occur among it;will b« MXCUS- itor is uot a( home bo" tog"in the service of hi* country," •MUartag no good "proof reader." AlPlWP*' ' If ?tlfl Jdm¿ ■ A 11 ' I'v". HTl We prefer that those who owe Mi or *^k> depire to subscribe ** «** «HW ^«rtUe. lee,. should t*rp In proa,, spucin. prices, need «rtin, bacon, sugar, molasses, flour, ^ea, wood, lard chickens, tur- gaase, ducks, cows and calves, butter, fodder, wheal, rye, óátaand barley, cloth, vinegar, bor- afenad «nice, and sundry other things "too tedious to mention." It b Uext to; imp<i*eH>lo to buy any thlfljjf áibut Bellville with paper monwp, at-a A$6HU price. We are sorely grieved that wo air compelled to nmnMo the course we have, but ns akeimative,is left us. We don't tafn^i Pouted tirate money; we don't denyajd specie, but we do demand naatand bread.,,'.. Gov. Mvmkajp^-Though we did sot support Goy. Murrah for the 00* ÍÑ Jtojr holds, *t the |late elec- tee ve^y favorably impressed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 March 1864

sting narrative, copied Cincinnati Gasette af Od. ■ 4tk, 16Í8;whieb, though eld In date ■sáy'-b^aáfr ¿o irsny of our readers. 'H' ""«fc* Wft Austin iu the ner«jfl«6** the rebel army. He was in Richmond ram ' 11000 Roioard—Startling Devtlop- %iy iu a Furor, vfüa cittmsmt t Heaetleee Depravity of <*e Biomnéreí. On# thousand doliera is offered thie l^iyniny by Gen. Wright, for the epprehemuen of W. &. Lount* who made hie eecape from the custo- dy of Lt. BUir ynatarday or late last evening. Lount wee arms ted on the 13th by detective Buffiu, on euspi- aion of being en agent of the Con- federáis Government,-** was state in our paper of the 21 t. Of this charge be found no difficunty iu clearing himself, having in evidence of hie loya ty a flittering letter from , Gqv. Johnson, of Nashville, and en old acquaintance with Parson Brown- low, who resides, with hie family, 1( in this city ; added to en unusual smooth tongue , hard cheek and flue address, be was released from Elui street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 31 March 1864

*T~"— wat MAW. of tbhi county , tod fc volunteer- This • 'df patriotism not rftl^ o ÍÍUT wr«w- WWf W J:~, -,wwrr-—— to pws- poet of • finojerpp to be Wood■ 'torn ssy* Of. ti Tefegmpli i io %had fix. aebe ha regularly for Item, Is prpbobly than we. iff e have noi (Mo month* or ijstiibhoay will right iíTiT-IÍJiíTÍ'!* AMMfe-^Tbree caws «t lb place MMfMi honor, Judge sued opt Ho writ, W* iMaÜsdrtto had furnish tb« racout enrolled .ftffitc on aqpunant of Jf. fiollaud, Esq afltf^ .folate, Judge tbtU the low plaoinf tbe i*jbe mito JWJ 090- mMndtod tham to the 'enrolllhg officer. An th* Supreme cdort wusj i na nom an in- Tmrfc county, 10 miles ■-.'MA *Dd Un «aya th* Wo hnvs been OB ingent tbat numbers As there note* M sido) should •r lihethe vjhief cnno* MHP y •/> or V^oNURiMa,—The Congress of tbo Confederate States bas passed recently «orno very im- portant set*, which will bara an im- ito port ant bearing upon tbo future history ai the country. One ia tbe pussgs of o conscript law plac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 31 March 1864

[Bftü GtfRL'SÍONGi **.' Bit* Tla¿." «"**1® i*e' & V' '. '■ ! '• V J|| nW« ¡ffiftíre &■ Jhi.IrtMit'WMiftr prlfr « TMh gtitfeMiig breath or faio*. - W« au*y not the orfh *r 'girl. "'i, ínotids grace Iim* snoWy neck, lelurls' bedéck herbáir. 1.' !; ' H o'< liainom |W> *im! *U( .• * iíhrt ! <" sil Chonaa wHimwh t hurrah! jtfiHta %any Sou tb po. dfir. Thre# cheurs lor the hómeanun dress vm Sifutlieru Ladies wear. '* Hi ,i«.4> ru«ilt k OS /• .il . i. My hMaegra.! draaa ii plain I know My hat's palme'to to< ; wiiíwr1 Sou; hrrn -6¡rlb For Southern Rights will do. ( WWafl^iA th^ISravilt 'of our land Ife bait le with the toe— And we will lund a helping hand— We lot* the South you kuow Cborui—Hurrah! See. Northern goods are oat i,f datci, And auice 'Old Abels' blockade, Wf apt^hern Girls can be CQiiteut Wttli g ols By Soutluons made. Wa aént oar Rweet-henrts to the war, hm*fc*r -'girls, nev«r mind— Yowrfoldier iov« will ne'er torget Choiua—Hurrah! 4ic.' ; -A: 'if ■ i-'-i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 April 1864

♦ How to Pan a Counterfeit Ü •! ^No. SR.. riUirtd W** Hii ED torne; ufn t! till A«MT- **> ' • fyw •*•7 *HNb iÜ 1 be seen, in At tourney, attorney nt Uw, tl\at we should a candidate for Injp out of (be w volnnteered in the liut lima wan 'diaability; and twice ged tyr the e*ntoin- surgeppp. By bis ejee- the Confederacy dot aptfwsssomo would pre- eWU« hr will, without ote hisentire tima tl the of the duties of bis offiep, ' ífbH ¿Wtlon of Fiüld officers to have (Wadue^aj.j •t Camp 9(e Adoo near Bren bam. W« haveppt heard i the result. Wé y'!' "J IPfirak P'U wb jv UT The County Commissioners' U jeSdon this week, 1|« fpgular terms under ns^artwtded. The Chief Jnstie* and twócouuty commission- era weio present. *g «¥>¿*Wá*hat the re- port of the JTpat battle between Lee Vjirfinia, haa been telegraphic dia- I from . (Ihreveport. Meade WW (irlrcn JKttMl (be Rappahannock. Federal loas from 10,000 to 15,006, our lost 4* nqtatated. « l • ihttraday tbe 31m ult, the fl Welling, house of Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 April 1864

SÜiiii ¡Si <1 OT V )H 1 w 8U8PENSION OF THE WRI'I OF HABEAS CORPUS. ' A bill to ««spend the privily «f the writ of kabeaa corpus in certain in Whereat, The Constitution of the Confederate gtatet 'at America pro ▼We ; tn Aitícle 1, «net ion 9, p.ua ' tLut *'tlie privilege of the writ of babets corpus shall not ' tuspended, unlets when, iu cat- rebellion of mvatiou, the puolic aafety may require it j" and, where aa, the power of suspending tin* privilege tñ said writ, aa recognise in said Aitic)* 1. is vested solely 4he'Congress, which W til eiclusiv judge ©f tha necessity of sucb sus- pension; and whereas. In the opiuioit of the Congress the publis safety re- quiret the suspensiou of said writ ut the«xiating cute of the invasion oi tha Statea by the armlea of the United States j and whereas the President |at asked for the suspen- sion of the writ of habeas corpus, afcd informed congress of tha condi- tion of the jtublte danger which ren d«rs tha suspension of the . writ t measure ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1864

didute tbe UgllHt , «Id the Samples, ek lo.thU (be S7tb ind it ithra proof. have at Lare- t will take place and to the rringrt P«J!SS, A; ) crowing of goods , has again Jifficnlty grew i person who bad on this side of t Giddings sent across tbe Mexican hito, but, he A. New. i passed through crossing the ave, on 5atur- ot March. It lasted ' destroying all the iod, break in ling considerable n that It did > or three I's Rj'giment >, March 11th. Eppects ,,OP... TUB . SilKLLS IM Chaulb .ton.-—A eorrespoOdent of the Augn.ita Cenititatiouhlist, wilt iug from Charl^fon, thus describí the effects of the bombardment: ' <The God of Justice reigns, and thefhiy when our flag wfcs flung to the breeze on jSuintér till now, the marks of his fuvór have been un- mistakadly in tbe preservation of the lives of the people, nnd in the success of our efforts fot defence: The limited destruction of property by the protracted rain of «hells, was as wonderful as the small loss ot lifr. I Walked thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1864

MB Horn again ifikb goldea pencil Tin lb (ho curtains of thy East. And again in robes of tinsel Standeth at her holy chancel, Making ready for the (east! Gently blushing, .. Gently flashing like a bride before tue priest! Oh, What holy thoughts come oVr us As #e drink the morning's balm As, we view the fields before us, As we .join the pleasant chorus Of the morning's holy psalm I 5fAs- we wander, ' As we ponder In the morning's bleased calm. ■- Thoughts of other, happier hours, Gome to us with jnemories rife; And again #« «eek the bawers Wberfe we used to gather flowers, In the morning march of life, Memories greet us, * Pleasures meet us, Yet unstained by feare oí strife. Oh, how much of life is wasted, In this so called world of bliss ; How m&ch pleasúre graiu is blasted How much happiness nntasted— lAppi Bp I . How much pleasure do wp miss Just by keeping Ey keeping 'I Dull eyes sleeping Such a holy morn as this! ,i/•, ' yy'i ■ ' Happy! happy 1 blessed morning! May my «pul r...

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

:j f w jim **rt. ' ./> "tA". - : mm ¥• kJftlAÉáétWi 2Me if hi Hte i-otó \ gjlÉj f% W .oeaftCíi WÍ.- Dabney ., <hankfl l for any tlH«ti>ntb ÍOl *d •Íjí* iri^ee reliable; • §*%? It com- reliabio in- .Dwktio irttuwd lea on n* on Ü't: « MB froii) $ l^arma ¿•kan «M hosts ? h%m jafl Iveston, t-'i*' JZHtjlle , )&Vf Vvtort '.i" TV. It obedienceb G¿Wal Order Ho* A 3 Mpanariiiff from Mal .««*; MnmAi r Wkk* jfÉÉ^^ vv 1 f •• •tojfeí#WVl &v.: 54 W&** • >*H"V , • jrw.pwiWxift fo n^rdtlnt atentagi'd in * UN- '«SWílfíS T«P lw «WW Uwí'-íwíá b may bet r.b« p-rfortoed by tbe^attof trien >odie($men tfl>i|^$h «i*rroy in jl i,«rf ?'«* w-id" . > T4'" I SE? our paper Üfi* week to'the fi h gr*phic 1 reports • of ¿li« 1ft* groat battle near Mansfield, La. Th4> death" of Gen. Torn Green °H th.^i^k'by *tliw eg- plosion of a shell near Bfálr's Laud' tlflpW Red Jliver, has caused a feel- univpíiiál Ipe^^vSk^B' >nie to regard Togi Green aa the it<|t Gen^n .ti Traif-Mifo p...

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

v.,«ft? jr ÍÉ« aide of 'tito river and Gen. Mejora on this «id#? They will doubt- lees destroy more of lliém, a? they can easily get ai them. The Liu of casnAlities i« not * yet received ©olBuehell, of Indianola died yesterday .r Ool. Terrell it dan gerously «rounded, will recover. Ool. Ed. Claike is wounded not danger doily. Bol. Bains may recover. He in doing weM. Oapt. Robert U pshaw if a prisoner. ¡ So i%^ Colonel Wash \Tonee." Gapt 'Petty, of Bastrop killed. -Í v The , ad vanee of the enemy in Arkansaa was checked |t the little Hi^onfi. They* will not advance fartbf&ti ., Mansfikld April 12, via Shreve W* AlriM9> WW. , • Miy. J*08. D. Sayera, Green etaff woiifided'^eft apkle and bend, not nuuefrl , W. L. HARBISON. The 'Mimb Battery,' which we cap tured, -was the celebrated batiery did u/ijso much harm at Baton Rouge. It ww presented to the 13th army corps by the citizens of Boston. Our mutual friend, Dr. Geo. A. EftrriB, sends the following: MANsrijap, April 8ih. J>BA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 April 1864

WNTRYMANV vol. 4. No. 31. , J. P. OaTERiiouT, Edit,. ; "toellvfllc) JaUtfai Cimmty, Hl 26,^ 1884. ward bailey, s«q., u DUtriot A* •trio ce ED miidute for the ji August, II Aug. Y i i i .til i ni- — "tST "foe GoVérnor hM convenud islature in Exjra Session on ►^#tk of ¿^Wonder fchat «fctyU'dothis thne. the land* take* pi «¿Inst. of Sequestered in Bellville oorjthe of tbe lands are not Maoy of them not tfXtfR 00. * 'ejnotfce.that they ase np • for printing in other besides this. F. D. Allen of rsoelved from various feour- Jto establish ,a Soldiers' Home on, $417, There not being M the purpose designed, at, Utt $130 for printing rt, was paid over to Rev. Mr. , Bunting's Hospital. , April 6th. - - J a t . . that See Telegraph HP We are the printing Messenger « sorry ice of to learn Office óf the McKinney was destroyed by fire on tbe 29th nit. The most of the materials were injured or destroyed. Til editor,. Bro. Thomas, makps out, to Issuí an extra. The •ays: * * "Nevertheless, although ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 26 April 1864

if To the Voter* of the 1 *t. Judicial District; Vk Fellow Citizens :—In announ clng myself as a candidate for Dis- trict Attorney of this District, I fol loir the time-honored custom of pre- senting to the public my political an teeeaente. In times like the present when our country is shaken from it" ceiiter to circumference in its endea- vor to free itself from the thralldom of personal and political servitude, it behooves us ail to look well 'Hn whom r We put ottr trust" for the maintenance of Ottr rightt. liberties, and property As regards myself, I will state, I hive been a citfeea of Texas for the past ■seventeen years, y time being en gaged as a journalist, and In the pi ac tise of the law. I have ever advo- cated the doctrine of "State Rights,'' believing it the fundamental principle of the old nuion of the several States. When I found *.his cardinal principle about to be Overridden and subverted by a fanatical and faithless party, took á firm add inalterable stand for a pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 May 1864

COUNT RYM VOL. 4. J, V. < foTKRIIOl'T, - Anatia County, T«m MAY 3, 1864. —* W We urn «utbonisod to auauaure II. D. WALLER. M a candidate fur Judie mí ilitf l t Judicial DUtrict—election in Aeseat nest. [tcd-pd. CUT We ere authorised to aooounce ED- WARD BAILEY, Eaq.. •« a candidate f r the office of DUtriut Attorney for the lei. JtttUcial DUtnio* • electiop inAuguat, W«t ' (till Aug. " W W.fMWt our readers thia week with as^ no pels of tliaT tax and r'irroncjr Mr. of Congress. Those \%w* may bo batter understood by ling tliem together. It filia of our paper and we hope is will lay it up for praaer- th y will need it before many month*. We have copied \\ from the Houston Telegraph. BT We learn that W. B. Collina and Saebel Cooper of Young's Begt. wero wounded in the late bsttlea in La. the latter baa bad hia right arm amputated QT Price haa achieved a great victory over Steele in Arkansas, killing many and taking 1,000 pria- •itftra. t3T Moderate fighting waa still g lug on in La....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 May 1864

■ HttfTS' Vf-it ry ;v{Af'K ni'iHili Sit*, sfm th Vn idg «re issued, against beginning too late, r. «h rlfoT feífr WtétttMíil the Haén^cbuAW'1 *"h^,i ¡y x!"fcuteé m*, HA, <¡ailuw*!"to ffcfctt tlfcttfa %| kVr per 'Ml. ÜM&ifbYWvHkrfm} A9Q& f'kvm «m*N Hw itlfc ^«fi>l*#sWr pri<*"Wtfdff bé ílfaM *t frá; >hcfetf hft& ttrit1 «at*'Mf > W •«afolfoértWcy^ ééoftb^.1*"< -'Bnny%sHin¿cw^«i*&trri>stt- ^ItoW^aépo&t,' -ft' «¿fciWN 'áfre «ipeüÜ Wíarf^'tliim.'U -being «a - MimeAí*h«f'lh^fc*n p*y< deposito* «Hthth**>kr p¿W cent, bonds fn tira hrtMWám '." A special agreement is ¿Mb if vAUh ^theltfépbsitor can iWWf4F*e:tK)iia Moloney óf **4léÉ*ue prior M JttW ÍSt, 1664 sttbj«ct^ cO*i*fe 'fó thé'táx of 'thÜI date. *'^he"^bj^stlot theptovlsion is to allow to the de^étffor ttié option «HXÉtng ttr paying 33 1-3 per <lMt.<4iíj4.ñ'< ,C>r ' ,W ' «if ' Mt rotor , «tie banks Mr ill act irt this matter upon the highest legal iév-ioi. lUstake is Pénti For, i...

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

* ■* « <• ■v ■ " ' w- «' r raWfir:■ •' v :* • p? íifcis pw« mtfr wA'jwm j6i?Si''®i*"* R Y ltt A N Í Nrf. 3 Editor U«)IT, Connty, Twm- i-*d d erque ed ii* an a Justice of the XT fUYI.K* us a can i r« uutbosizcd to asnonncs H. ,. a* a candidate for Judgs .Judicial District—cU'c.ion in -• '/ [t«id«pd. [ to nniiounce KlV HAILEY, lisq., an a eamlidnte gf Uistrlet Attorney for .the i*trict>—election in August, [till Aug. iare painful rumors ui tfce kitted and wounded of l4th Jfitegt. Texas Infant 17 in In Ark. But ns there£aeen\f Je be little jHifornuVqv that is w« postpone ghrtng Ufttll we bear more.. au- 'iiames ^ ©RCAfllEATI** 4 i' Reserve CorpM. HEAP QVART'8, RKSERVK COiU'8. distmst or r xw.¡(ctmUjucp arizon*, Houston, Taza* April 11th, 1804. GKNKIII. ORDKRB, No. 4, S ¿ •***■ ' . . : . v:- 1. AttfJwritOB between the ages of 17 and 18, Mini 451nd 50, are afforded the opportunity, under thr law of ('otigre**, to form n Reserve Corps for Service in the State atTexas, within the tim...

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

mvttra, 18,000 mep, and Ar^ mov noon Northo diveraién in \ ilHgSfl Ttjtm end -wi fcere andta StaSeaisce*¿Ttf «r* Of tbetwni#,1 w*a>b*ve aon^i part of the •franco ng na n •ntions in _ -bent on! ■'«f-NoÁern Idoa* «poto ti df#6fe-i "Miübürl, and. ■n* of that lift' The «tt- : portion qtodljUi fu krt ftikh from tMé Ote- trict, im*y ahppose the invasion of VWuiéM¡f,MM^déav<br'tb secnre success at ftmSt to this part of the bteh^ovAf Sm, tbere- , tto adopt the moat active anfl energetic measures to'th 4f* an arinj •in his front. capfcKle of seehtfng the <**m* brtBiafit resulta that htfvé crown #d Mío biflor of. owr nttos in Lonlsia «lilt*t.M; ''n Trobpii lift nMédednt often) in «very' fíárt of* Ttrtpasj1 b«t tl ' ph-sont dan- Mtf ftttictifirty HMAA)b Uiath on the NWthertl Frontier. *Kvwy p .Cvwry1 patriotic thai*, «betwefcn of 17 and 50 yWira, will cohstíkr that his services are not oidy dti# the connfry, but that duty requires him to respond to hw call at oi HiifjdiJOwry man trans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 May 1864

COUNTRYMAN. VOL. f No. 34. J. P. O^ffiiorr, Kditor BilWDf, tulla Qwrty, Tm MAY 17, ~~ 1864. ,W« I nutIx rixeil and re<|iic*tetl to announce C«u .Toux 8avlcs & fi ■<"*" didate Air Associate Justice of <t|a« ¡Su- preme Court.—ttxl IT" We ars autbosixed to announce H. B. WALLER, tu a candidate for Judge of tie l t Judicial District—election in ▲egustncxt. , [ted-pd. *e gre authorized to announce KD . IRD BAILKY, K q., an a candidate for the oftce of I)i«triut Attorney for tin 1st. Judicial District—election inAugu*t, next. (till Aug. PllfTBI UUTION yy TUB NK\V NOTK* -eTl^ following "regulation*' ban l *en addressed by tin; Secretary of tbwTInfffúy to tbo Depositories of thi department. It will 'be seen that precaution are taken to subserve tbe individual .convenience of citi- ic<*D8 an /nr as ¿xuiaible : "l.ach of the Doposifoi;ii>t shall, ou aud after the $d doy of -April, proceed to dis- tribute tbu jdrat parcel oi the new ivhiiett of {Treasury notes with which be ...

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 — 17 May 1864

V* r endexroi battjduifii ti oneto 1 hare the regimental •ised undt be enttttt «ante pay itbe field. "8ÉC. 7. tt ed into companies Mudei.-regpla- iH, and, snail r company ami troops jtrgiin- idefeneo shnll service, to the tut troop* now in Hit any' person fail to attend at the places of rondxvouy ah requiWd by fliVtuffictfty pftH President itljout a «iBcifiit'escuíé. to be Judged iCtod in wuitotrtAton the ngea of eighteen and forty-five yeataV" ' ^ a ' Iíi**ñfc <Stoertxri- of the State' of Texas having,*^ tiYoifelhmutfon, divert Lis ■consent.that men between thu uges of 1.7 and 18,«md* *udM year , in the present organizaba* State Treopa, uhttll form the nssceiua ef tbe Hthfrri- Corps, the dmii within said wges, fbruiug the uomphr.ies ««•w aa«etab)ad«n either of thesix Brigade Camp* of State Troops ', will immediately, Upoathe laeoipt of ihis order, be re-oi#aii ised into companies of one hundred and twenty-five for Infantry And eighty for Cavalry, huroinalW provided- After the or...

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