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

- - 1 .w . -- m m*± VQLwi, Ha * !!; No. 33.' •Editor Kn si# |t** « NWJ>>|I I II '{A ' A a can tk« 8u- II I "'" till ■■«If:. sat taánailnoce II. ms wad id ta for Judgo TMiyiqUDistrliifar-tlfction fa t. ■;> [tod-pd* , jpw ... _i«Wut Attortiev Cor the District—«lection i#Angu«t/ [ till Auk- G«y M. Bryau has been a colouoky. T rTiin/uglr the cor- ■ lA^utidncA of the ^Houston papers get late and important news «•^wl^ete. \! captured Vicksburg gnu. The enemy Urped the city. Ou .the euetny burned the «•ity of Alexandria«nrf tlicn evacua- ted it. GemíTaf ltr is Ightiug them tuaflVdes. * lKMMnmTalMt< heavy fighting v¿? rift > between Lee's and (InMNJiTiaiPS in Virginia. The near the Rapid an. Meade had lost iu ki%d,<Vf>«ded and mluiñg about ..000 *an. BeaWegard whs fight- in Vérrima, while Siegel was to meet ttle wis also progresa it i Sherman* «nd Johnston .41(á*MÍ:# "■ - •>.'' • ■ stated on the authori- B. Robertson that Lee Grant for three daya in 14 M«#ñow and dep...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 May 1864

Some of the counties nre rtow ad- vertising that if their nhin piasters Me not sent in for redemption by or before the 30th of June nest, they will not be redeemed at «11. Now we have on hand some $2000 in those shin-plasters and have had them oil hand for near two years past not being áble tó find any one that would take those even on their own counties, and having no opportunity to get them redeemed. All we have are generally on com ities at consid- erable distance, ¡and it would cost more than they are worth te send expressly to get thr an redeemed. By keeping them so lc ag we have of coarte lost much th « greater part of their valuer Whe> a they were issued they were worth n early as much as .gold, and the ,c ounties of eOurse realised for them Ube full value of Confederate niou ey at that time, which was then bul little depreciated. What the holders1 of these shin-plas- ters have lost, has been gained by thct counties that issued them, even if they were now redeemed accordin...

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

CpaJPíTRYMAN. £™l1 * ' *J!?- P. OwTKtHOrT, ¿jit or. A%itto Os—ty, BUtb. rired Col. Job* SatmuT te Justice of ÁBf a*t seat. nne*H. r Judge «ion 10 [ted-pd. * announce ED a-tandidute ttoruey for the tioD in Auguat, [till Aug message is for us to contracted l number of men detailed |«f tbo Governor for the Í iState cotton ia two niaa, # (TO.* Crémbaur compliment Lieut. Welbauaen very highly in of the part taken by his battery in the action at Oalcaaieu - ;v .•*> . ■: • ■-.« ■ W A bill 1 been introduced Ü*átk* .Legislature authorizing the Qpytmpr to organise 8tate TroopB <Ml «# thoée between the agea of 50 and $0 years, and to take in the ex- ,r .ft. of i abt has passed the Legis- tas act of 16th 1859 organising County Cburtk. What the amendment con- sists in correspondente do not inform ftS.Perkina, Esq., i, believing that he ^can ren- valuable service to the l atmy. than as Die- of the 7th Judicial ¿resigned t^At office t0 f tbd*toilltary service. Here is when not of State lot a...

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

, Tjppu • 1 • i. 'I zmsssz % f' SmtimoF Washington.—The following pereoimi description WaBhinpthn,, copied from the Lou don Chronicle, .July 2Ü, 1780, gives in sotno respecta a better lioMan Impersonal uppoarunco than any V thrag we have Been* elsewhere : "General Washington is now the 47th year ofrhis age ¡ he is a tall well macte man, rather large boned and has tolerably genteel address his featur e are manly and bold, his eyes of a bluish cast and very lively his hair a deep brown; his face rath long, and marked with the Htnall-pox ¡ his complexion sunburnt, without much color, and countenance sensi ble, composed and thoughtful. There is a remarkable air of digni ty about him, with a striking drgivo of gracefulness ; he lias an excellent understanding, without much quick liessj is strictlyv just, vigilant and generous; an affectionate husband, faithful friend, a father to the deserv- ing soldier; genteel in his manners in temper rather reserved, a total stranger to religious prej...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 June 1864

* C O IfN T R <NM ÉÍ No. 37 OrrKKHour, Editor. A« tin Com^I JUNK 7. 1864. nuth« rised and reqnesM />> Cou John Bayi.es air n can for Associate Jiutico «Hrtúv Su- Court.—ted We arm L.LER, M a < «.f the l.t Judicial j Aofu«t next. mmnce II. -fiifc, 4* *!{;•* fm in ¡d-pdj i> announce EJ> , y n candidate Aftomuy fur tla* -election in Angunt, [till Auk- nnd Lodge of Masons [ouston next Mondiy. tetday Court coiiupeuccd ' pl&ce, Hon. G. W. Smith suppose it will be a Grand Jury Court. The meet to^ day in the Coyji ' «* • ^pí¿lítAi)^—Havo you read the Governor's message ? Yes. What does the Governor say t lie says* deal. Wbat measures dees ixcellency recommend to the 11 N,on« at nil; he can't /the point. ' * — fi* 'Gen, Johnston has i with the Federals in Geor- jt tj*e reports «re too meagre definite conclusions it* and results. It seóms to be certain that has fvhipped Grant b&ly In Virginia. President's message i , document of the kind net with in many years. at sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 June 1864

:#• * of Oalveaton. s called "iWpon expedí you—t Iregaed battle ■tm> u&wc "Soldier* 1 JÉiVohinteer fa a «op. flat# **fflnotaod*4_#„„.T. | „o__ this H8 the moat, desperate enterprise thftt men ever engaged in, I shall gd; bat do not lamer that I shall, I .do not know t] - T_ that Aaingle man that goes wftli rae will; ana [ want no tnan to ^oltmteer who not wtUfag to die for his country, andtfli die now1." benevolentóof his natureshone with a steady light through his whok life, and caused ifim to be beloved among liis neigh boaB«fc but few man are. But he lagohe I The brave spirit 'that animated the mortal tody " Gen. Groea.'so often awelllng the tide of'reeietanteb to his coanti^Vi enen#. has flown from earth, and ceased forever, *0 perform. Its high ■offices in the public defense. "The nations may combat, and war's thunders rattle— No more on his steed shall hfi sweep oftjr the plain 5; " He sleepa his last isleep, he bos fought his iasi battle; No sound ^hall awake him to «l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 June 1864

•iff V'.' ..*«. l¡ \ TRYPAN. V()L. 4. No. ;ts J. t*. OsTgniiof i%' K<1it. r. EqWvtll . *4Etta Ounty, Tesas. ; .IUNK 14. 1861. ibout^ tho 20th W« KlIJlpOSC, iIgíments and battalion*. A Ult Eí K H v i:b.«t—The 11 eser ve« it tbo several Battalion camp; on the lOili injd., to orgnni/.i} into panies, when'those jji this region' Tfcounlry take up the Ijne <ft iii:ir«ji Jor Jlempstithorn to organize, into UBBBB | ( number OtBw troops to a,sSombk> at Hempstead to organize, jvill ho of those who lately computed tbo 4tb Begt. of Infautry, ft ta to Troops, com- manded in tho field by Lt. Col. <%ineB W. Barnes of Andersctyi, fc *i> Grimes county. In that regiment, ^during its period of active service last winter at tlu> front near tbo mouths of the Brazos and Old Caney, Jpo commander was inore popular with bi men than Col. JJarnea. A large number of that. 4th regiment of State Troops, who urn now in the ' ttest-rves, wo have understood, are deft^gpsu of promoting their former...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 June 1864

\iW * ^^ «Íkvepoi^ 1)ra* Nkwk,—-A letter lian Itoon received hetv from ;n high source giving n brief outline 0f n speech re- cently dollrer.nl by Gen. U. II. Mc Clellan, in which lio takes ground in I*"*0*" aa«l «vcognltlou, but oa ,the following cuuditknw: l*t. Tlie frw navigation of the Misdwippi river. ■ 2d An dUuM oftasivo aud do fenslve. The form *r we h.ivo agrjed to il ready, Mono of tho earliest nets of our first Congress, extended to the U. 8., the free navigation of the Mississippi. To the 3d there are various objec- tions. Id the first place, such alli- ances are never defensible except upon the ground of necessity; when, for instance, two or more weak pow- ers have to unite against some strong and grasping nation. This has often happened. In the next place, we are fully able to defend ourselves, sy* (his war abuifllautly proves. We are not likely to need the help of the \ ankees in any war that there is any probability of our getting into. If the U. 8. has been sufficien...

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

' i'' Jt' ' ñ v#;, COUNTRYMAN. No. 39. J. P. Ostbbiiovt, Editor. Anatto County, Tana. ■<"41 count JUNK SI.-1864. Trefri unty Trbasukk — Las w iva to the «public the name óf inning, as a candidate for ro- an to tbe officii of County jfaiirer. Mr. Vanning lias held the office for the past twelve mouthy, Mid if there has been any fanlt fonnd with bint as an officer, wo have not l.eatjjd it. As yet no opponent lias "lOounccd. B¡« past conduct vJltiQ to the people. We bo elected, especially, pponition. PiLUKY.—-Mr. Pilley is a i tor County Olerk. He ran office two years ago, í very near being elected, i beaten by but about He it competent for of the duties of the I'If elected, will make a good clerk. His health is bad at, present, unfitting him for active labor, but sot so as to disqualify him fox- ing the duties of the County éffiee, in person. He has ,aotl,ve duty for Texas iu his early days. He has suffer- >nt in Mexican dungeons months with others of tho Meir prisoners, The Con...

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

>w %efteivect the Yankee of the Tth May published in Itla<called "TheLoya 1 Ünion Journal." The' fol lowing la*a anffident sample of this PaPer- "Th* farcical character Jack Hamilton's pretentions will -appreciated by thoee who know that hie whole dominions embrace the poóraat county in Texas, with'scarce k «Sough of American citizens, ®d, te constitute field officers the militia regiment he pretends otganiae. The rest of hfs subjects are allf Mexican greasers, Ad yet he them Texians, and (he few acrf^ of land he is permitted to occu . Vf he falls Texas \—Newt. militia. * Governor Hamilton has called out the militia if Cameron county. Brig GpnaralW.'O. Philips is charged Vrith the duty of oiganising the Militia of the State, and organized three companies in Brownsville on the 3d inst. The following officers were elected to wit: Co. A—Francis Post Captain; Andres Aaldeuvino, 1st' Lieutenant Decent Morales, 2d 'Lieut; Hosea Marta, Id Lieut Jr. Co. B—Julien Reta, Captain; Gregori...

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

8HPÜÍ AN. 'a . \tfK ' yz"" 1 ;4§'i No. 40. '. -" if• IMOITT,' £dit<*. jéP' I/ ' 'l-wffv *«# 0 wa^r, T«>n. Í864. ri*y .u Is of< In Houston at 33 rate to \ one of the W^ItK 1 ^áMiCá Mr. J nsiittir quite a ■ '-i* * louslon we obtained paper*, - extracts from tyjy t0 give next week . .. We #r« obliged to* and Mr. Richhrd|on for 'to get fheni%' They ' Hrk it (o our citizens. ncoment of H. Hay ford as tefor Surveyor.,, aertsd office prevjotris to the war and of the Lent we bBVe ever . • 1W He is no# laboring under Ity contracted in the service. shall commence printing tick abput«ten days. Candidates wish V>' be fleeted abouffl seo' tj&it names are on the tickets, requisite number of tickets will V, ta every precinct in the ty In ample time before the ' - IM, Rusk House in Houston hands. Love, Ducoing Smitharc now the Proprieties, h we miss the' smiliqyj and countenance of our old n, it is gratifying to customers tó know thnt tioa long borne by the remains unchanged. The et...

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

Tub State Financial Policy, Adopted by the late Legislature of Teúns is thus: State Treasury warrants aro to be Sawed to the amount ef 1,500,000 dollars if required; tliesu arc funda- ble in «ix pér cent bonds running 18 years, interest payable in specie «emi-aunually, but no tax in specie is to be levied until 12 months after peace ia .concluded. After the m ceseary purchases are made of arms •nd munitions of war for the main- tenance of the Frontier organization, ithe remainder of tho proceeds of the State cotton is to be deposited in iho Treasury, and whenever the amount of $300,000 is so deposited, the Comptroller is required to advertise for the loweBt bid in Treasnry war- rants and they are thus redeemable in specie, / These warrants are only to be. ''for the sustenance of soldiers families and the payment of the civil list with the exception of the Adjutant and Inspector General's Bureau, and the employees of the percussion cap factory. There has been no provi- ; fiion made f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 July 1864

C O I I Ny MAN. No. 41. Editor. turnout, Austin Oonnty, Tcxa*. 5. 1864. Gab. Col.k, ,fames W. Nichols and/ohu of Co. F are all at homo now. Mr. Nichols wiw anded at tho battlo of J^cllLitit' •Id Ark. . ♦ Yestkbday was the 4th of July. Bill littlo attention i paid to the celebration of tho 4th these war times. There was nothing doing hero to ctanmeinorato tho occasion. y Tho Commissioners' Court mot yes- • terday in rogular session. iy Tho Soldier in- La. from 'Houston County rccommend. O. C. Aldrich for County Clerk of that OMBty. because he is too corpulent to do military duty. Mr. A is tho present clerk of that county. iy We Term that at ■í,ra\ is a few day since, a Bohemian attempted to arrest a runaway slave, when the slave resisted .wounding avd boating the Bohemian in such a horrid man iter that ho died one day last week. The «Uve stole one or two horses in the vicinity nnd escaped. Mill ereck bottom is said to bo full of runaways. Would it not be well ¡fortho Recorves to make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 July 1864

irk .'íi1' • fe : >'Ví ¡ W'iSjfc- ¿"..'i&jVt "j .. ■ ' 2Jfe& P% ffii ñ* ^'brought <r «i lato 1 the *Hów do V-Wus Johnson's was obnAon. Jatior ial. ued stiuifly/iyed ' General i\ to ffc'fe'm i North •■Wr tbo l«ys fcer in^ nttd' futí the ni-lit lier fifllowiiig ed biin a! watt mm husband. r 9PP^;HHR xpress wo. is interés i> wnnein- ^. :'r^. tures Iwb «urived iti ^rtur t from 8m Artfoitía. lio veil there the night bétoty h¿ luft, that. tho Federals bad bio mí Texas fina when ? weok ago t, jwobnbly wn up the Foit atv Browns id evaluated the placo, wile does not tfiink the 'report camp % A very reliable way, but yet ho^tjiiuks pueli an -vcut very likely to., take place. In wflird to tbo reported at- ^Ewwi mtWm w!Mil inucb trulldh it :'í¿! ¿P i| The beauties of the system of martial law, which the administra- tion would enforce ibrougpout the country, if it, dared/ aro well exaiu eniplilied iii the qisy of J^hn Gallng ber^ a private, in the Fourth Now Jersey Volunteers, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 July 1864

■ mm w y r-v ÍF W$K? NTR VM A iS. No,(42. rKRimuT, Kditor. •TUtiY* 12. 18«4. ..: 1 ^1 -1'' ' /i""1' jjt^ ol Cq. A. Ca pi. .January f ' Battaliofe, b«M been prouiot the rank of M|j .or iu that Sbfáfad. ' , Th* informed • ♦ m- ■ w „ ¡pppn Wb announce the name of Mr- Cloy d « , a candidate for Sheriff. . He made a good run for the office two years ago { waa defeated by small majority, by •' wounded sol- di^ If elected, be wiU make competent and faithful officer. 8am Houbtox NlfHOW Í8 II can 4 1 m KÍ didafe for County CJlerk. 8ain «ras • 'orajaiid hasjbeen raised in 1' exaa, went thro'the Arizona campaign and Waf wounded at Val Verde, elected, he will always be found at l is peaf, and devotehimself to the fiitbfulperformance of tbe datiea of the office. ' No FaCI.T, so far as we have hoard, baa been found with the pres ant Sheriff since he baa .been in aAc* He i a candidato for re- election. Hlfe announcement will be fqmnd in thia pnpeiv The race is a short one. -and- the election wil* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 July 1864

BH-vaí? #■ *é 1 HI-1 ÁfCOl'.NTS Wo got from Ilicii mond and tliowariii Virgiuin aro so niengre, that it ¡h difficult to form any correct opinion upon the <4tua tin there, It souoih, however, dial Grnut was impulsed with heavy lows at Petersburg, on or nfcout tho ¿KM ui June- (jrutvt intended, vo doiii lit to have «U in readiness so be tcouid enter Hichiuond in trininpL. «a the, 4tli ol J,wly, lEumor says tlmt there a inn# aiHiHtid Lee, near t'We, who is oppoKud to p(«rnwtt4 g G-raint. to do 80, iw <3 that tliiti mau Lee is nia'king conwder^hle noise and trouble about it; in fact Mr. !Lcc/« opposition >ie so íTrót, (hat some suppose tliat tfJriuif may-yet bé induced te change hi mind and will ina-ke Jiis tiuuii>| Jia] «.'Utry into} Washington city, instead of Richmond. We favor the latter opinion, and unty the LcMtti grant that ouch may be the curb. Thpre has yet been no general buttle 'betwt-en Johnston and Sher- man in Georgia. AM ej-es jone ■tuirn- tow nrds VirgluSa, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 July 1864

m jw; I CmrNTRYMAN. Év0L. 4. No. 4.'!, >. J.P. 08TKBHOUT, Editor. BiltrUlt. Amtln County, To*a*. " JULY 19. 1864. *j6i dates are almost as mtiner- i as voter . It is . nmi expected that nil will vote for on .- man. Let each have his portion iu din- season. • er We learn a misunder- standing took piuco between a couple of citizens of gravis, one day hist week, and tjiat by tho nod^ntal discharge of pistols, both parti*- were soyercly, but not fninlly .yround- «84. " h ^ -v— —— - %r. jy No mail lia boon received at 1¿iis plnco since Thursday, tl,e 14th inst. The mail boy went uji on the 11th apd wan taken sick jit Travis whero be st.il! remain . We hope tho contractor on thin r<$ute will run the machine regularly sopn. or throw up the contract and let somebody •1m try. This "make-believe" policy has been submitted tó lon" enough. •.IsJF* Tub Tickets.—-We about twice as mnnylSloation ticket for Austin county an will probably be needed. In order that nil may lee the form in which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 19 July 1864

«SÉ66* ni vffla HI.D, Ju iSl'bi.VGKIKI.d, June 17.—The illi. moia State Copperhead Convention aneembled ben> today, sitting in the •Chamber of UeprenentaJiiveH. The city id full «f delegates and outsider* there leing n Very largo proportion of the latttfr. The two - divisions of the p«rty are «triviijg hard to adjust the difference of their respec *ive platfuruiH, before entering on the ibnaiueHS of the Convention. ( The. Convent ion was oolled to .der at .11 o'clock by W. I). Ledzhnw, .of Colas conuty, upon whose nomina lion Jtoio* Green, of Kdgnr county •yrm ^([pointed Chairman of the tern jjorarv, organization. Mv >(jrreeu on taking his wat ro- turiwd.thanks iu the usual «tyle, waging eloquent over Lincoln des- potism, sectional strife, accumulated national debt, and disregard ,of the (rovernmental prlncipb# instituted • by.fhe Father^ of the lievolutiou. 1'. JK. Goodell, pf SAugamon county ,«nd S. C. Judd, of Fuiimi county .appointed Heeretaries of the pre limiuary convent...

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

mmmm battle array the same qrael lictlve fee against whoifc'be M me ng the iiamiS frajan ; • ood's fnrmAn be 24th he fought so A ¿*4y * ijfc ' " ""tff' 'v ... li *r0 v * • ' r- '•'' •*# .*v: v ^1\FX Pft *■■ • *♦,•«**•> ' fv ; % ' A* li- '" •> ||< <♦/*' ; ■ I "'•' "V f i ma- pi® - i ' -n m-->ünáf .«!?•.* I* } ¿«ceased wan bom In >* *Q hia ;W*H in i «ran^r—then Anitin's co '■* leered in < . M r. and served the Mexican itJj y to , upon MUvrfy ■ oí Gen. « united ill uttoft of' children, son, Burviyea him affectionate ksville. the s for the MRK ton, taken SsPS tbe 84th be The 1 iberia" which' 'throw a days, tcri# * 14 V'-Pw* M ■■ Dated hia> liie. and setene wm jlls v—nm from time to eternity. The grim *•« i he had faced on so " MJws many battle fields had now no terrors for -bin?. Ühns ha* passed away another «'of ^ our country s noble de- nobody seems to mind it. fortune willed fenders, a precious sacrifico npon the altar of liberty.,He sleeps in the land was, di...

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

v .. ^ sapap v i] IG V xA'\W (jlfKKriN(;: lVecimt i.. I n ) luy ity -oi AH4U11 on tlie !fod Presiding'officer fur omity. Whenever itn ofocfcoii you will appoint two JutlgeB ¡elf will constitute a Board of Mana- ou will administer, tlie Oath to thetn t^uly Conduct eaid election' w^thont partiality eeably to law, according to the best of their c: and you will take the saino Oath before a •Si.'": I* -.L ' A.,.* o._ e eleotioti. agrocab ■pWpPpHHpippi JCf, if one b« present, otherwise before one of the must 'not be oponed before 0" o'clock. A, M., before 4 o'clock , ¿V M., iind there paflst «ot. be trntnent, and tbat\ióPÍó exceed one hour, l5ac.li i .write and number the nrfme of e§cu voter, and *> *bould< write upoiikfie ticket the number cor- >nding with J (he number on «lie (JUvk\ Jbit! If tfi^PVoter is not tied to Voté,flor all iht^fficors, the Ofew will writ opposite hie nnrh^ the officer* for whom he. did vote. The Managers are bound toy theif- oath to refrain from any att...

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