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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 August 1864

ms COUNTRY VOL.4. J. P. OSTKRIIOUT, AUGUST mm tar In oon «qoeooe of pie iirtereit the editor felt In (lie pUction ou Monday, ' oar paper has ben delayed a, couple of djaya beyond the usual time. We trust our fatrons will pardou the usw'U-'ct. We shall soon be O. KJltgoiu. PabTUX. JRktlbm.—We have partial retort from the following itiji, Bellville, San 'Felipe, Cstspriags, New Ulm, Industry, ShelbM, Buckhorn Travis ami Forks- ton, giving the figures Btutcd : For OUbf Justice, S. C. Roberts, lit 1 131; Dist. Judge, Smith 175 Waller, 64; Chief Justice A> 0. Osterhout, 319 Catlin, ífbá, Jackson 13$ J County Clerk, Piliey, 175, Mathews, 340, Robinson, 145, Nichols 88, Scattering, 11; Sheriff, Shelburn 89,4, Cloyd * 320, Swearingen, 120 County Treasurer, Bell, 34$, Man- ning, .406; Coroner Ferrell 184, Hassler, 193; 'Co Commissioner, Holland. 32,5, McDade, 2¿-9, Koch, 23)9, ¿nolle, 248, Schneider, 244, Peters. 148, Collins 213, Lee 74 others votes scattering. Hartsvitle, Waller's .Stor...

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

# V iy W« h«Vo tilo prlviloge, saya tlu< S. 4 News of making a low extract* from a let tor, written at Aliwndria, La., by Cñpt. S. G. Newton to his father nt this place. •Oapt. Newton, with many from tliiu part of tho country, participated in the bi'ttles recently fought in Louisia- na and Arkannas, and many, we doubt not, will bo glad of ati oppor- tunity of reading what ho says op on the Bunject. We subjoin what we .fire at liberty to ]>ublish : "I have been into. Alexandria.- Tho destijuctjon and desolation made by the mminy cannot be told • in words. ¿louses and fences burned, negroej taken and everything else, but life, ayd nothing left to support life witfi.'' "Steel did not burn houseí , but broke in doors and windows, took the ¿food- and clothing, wrote upon the walls and signs the most vulgar and obscene lauguage, and caricature.:! in like places, the most vulgar ami ob- scene figures. Female dresses were put up by the road side, on bushes in caricature, like the show...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1864

m jft COUNTRYMAN. vol.4. Vo. 46. J. P. 08TKRHOUT, Editor. BaHvüls,:Au«ti County, T AU0Ü3T J. 1934. ^RobtT MiqtoQ Co. F arrived home a few daypr ago. Hojlooks in fair health. iy Otto, J till U8 and Marcus Stern- enberg, thj e sons o{ F. Sternenborg of Star Hill this county, have been at honurfór some time past. They part of the compauy of Capt. detailed to proeure horses regiment, They will *sb- 1 to La. in a few day . Errata.—In last week's paper, in the Article taken from tho Victoria Ad^ópate. piany errors occurrod. It wail 'sqt up' during our absence, and . whsn wy returned, the copy had 'blown out the window' and could not be found. Some linos were prob- ably omitted. / . Dr. W. I. Cocke, surgeon of Hoornoys regiment, arrived home yesterday. We have not seen him . hut understand that be reports u battle near Mobile and the capture of 12,000 Yankees, prisoners of war. The Doctor left Alexandria on the Jst iust. E. Bern kit, Purchasing Agent for theHospitsl at Hempiffead, says the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1864

mm- * Franco and Knglnnd, in the War with ftiimk diminish the fov«wij;it- ty Ot either (if tllOM BUtioiiri. The Federal Uonatifutinn, mm framed by « the Cutiveutiota winch met in Pili In delphufon itfe 8¿Üt i)i May, 17S7, did not, nor lmv« any of tho amend nwtfa Mibaequnntly tu«dó thereto impair «r take away sovereignty from *i*y State by whioli' k was adopted The people of earli Stato rut ¡lined their aeparate existence nud national- ity, m completely iilitt they had «memlly adopted tkw Federal (Juu- at i tut ion, m iefom. There 'was in tiie Convention (a* appears l y the' Madison impera and as «v e are in- formed by Luther Martin in hi# ad dryaa U-t'oivihe Maryland Legiala ttfre.) a «euii-uionurcJiical or eonmrll- datiou party, and this party wan of course in favor oí centralisation, but wrbun it fouud, an *oihi an it did, W>at tbe nemj-uionarcliical idea was wholly impracticable in the then stutO oi fueling, both in and out of the Con- vention, it abandoned along with it **Wea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 August 1864

IS A '• tJl 4. * ■ - No. 47. Jr. P. Ostkrhout, Editor. ■T ,T TTT?. ' AUGÜ8T 16. 1864. Jfeia ■11 Tktt Eloction.—Wo give this weak the oficial Vote of Austin count jr. By reference to the TaUe it trill be seen that' the "vote between OsterhoUt aitad Catlin for Chief Justice is a tie, being 331 for eaoh. ♦ Lt. Z W, Matthews who lias been elected County Clerk has not • yet returned borne nor J.'C.McDade. one of the new County Commission- witness aw. They will have nntil Sunday: r night, theStst inst. to quatify. The; «re both In the army in Jx>uisi—■ If they fall to qualify by that tjftie, Sew elections may be ordered ; ho , say* Judge Catlin. Fotos CoMMAJN!)—We learn by ieport which reached Hempstead on Saturday—has met with a reverse near 'Brownsvill e. From what we can learn, the Federals had evacua- ted «he place, and Ford pursued them whed they turned upou him «ad whipped him. We hope the is exaggerated. T5S|g| Near Bellville, on Sunday the 7th * A. MoHenry, aged Also, on the 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 August 1864

•jg¿¡fcjjgj Sil HiifyONF.ss.—A- .* VI *nnri I. Iiunwn r -i.-'.—i - iy tJTb recent capture* >r Joluf- '* urfpy was ¡i female ymilsft1 ¡S^'filfp ■ thus deiscrihesi • « A \YA\KKK Ulyl) hUlli ■Hvirjj . \A correspondent' of tLe Macon Oi/utWU'j'uto. Iter: She i* apparently of about twenty eight or tjiirfjr summers; a little worn, but Mill passably good look- ing. Hair dark nrtd 'gathered under a silk not; figuro about five tVs^t six and rather tliiri. Jlcr coíjftuiio is as novel as her position, .^iji>ftjnér' cosluiuti oí bino iirouddotli trimmed with bras* i^uf- toiis; yankt o tiiiifonii bal, with cord t.usseis; surgeon's grpen silk sash, wctin over the light shoulder and across I bo breast , fastening 011 the left side. Over her front she wore a bluo military overcoat and cape. Lustly uiu-t wore boots, (and let me say thai, in respect to feet there was tnoro of jiur person parallel to the earth than strict rules of Jbeajity would require,) plain calf- •skin boots over her dress. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 August 1864

f. 'tsmarn COUNTRYMAN. VOL. I. No. 48. J. P. 0*TKRHOt!t, Editor. iilWlHIAnitln Oonnty, Tesu. AUGU8T 3D, 1864. A Mf.tiiouist (junrterly Meeting will ewnmeiicc at thin place nejit Saturday Sept. M. Wf; life obliged to Col." 1.. W. Qrqqe for a St. Louis Democrat ot tiuly IJOth «ndMemphU Argu. of July J^th. Cy* The Kill tor Laving been <l«wn with tha fever, and the printer t.early hp no paper wm iaiued la«t week. Sic^cia will w$ tbink excuKe uv. AVe ore now eMvaleacing. I A New fiTííítoítfto'''('lijaruatioe 1 «f',V,tX! Captui JV. T. G. baa ordered en election to lake place J Mnesville, Cook com Saturday the ¡13 day of doptouiber, to ct«?- cide the tie between Oftarbout and Catlin or Chief Ju.tico, and to elect a coanty clerk lu place of Z. W .Matthew*. aud a county commU.ioner in place of J. C. McDade, who have failed to qualify Having been Kick, and itill too unwell to travel much, we hope our uumerou. friend will to work for us in fio various parte of tfee County, for the otfic-o o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 August 1864

* mm ¿V W(l. 0 m* «MÑvw a l#q;ww« Wwff*WÍW *<% & n iftiMklv* fe > i $iu> <Mi>g about ilttU. "NÍW>n>MÍ W «:,l' n man .nam |>*. VMiM#fu4Ag ifj 4}0/lt 0p t ¿4^^ú«$itig gjg PHNMÍ 'It íLro -J íMg,.'i« tfét II ippftMW w¿M* «11 oJlicerV 1' ««- Oiluot % boat ci¡im! OHt, Wttt'ft.tattyUiwCpud tiw drown- ¡«* w |>< • 4MUI ; MV« HK-. ,1 catino! Ivv^fPup ;'HV .th*>4j^«it. * Sélllttwá said; -fw $WxV* «tfci 4 m'í H*t m board (h W««I. •♦**•' «iüjwl kÉij Ad <)ns |irouii.scil t.v i!o *o, .and ¡aid d<nv i|u tl^í l|utf*uiT, ai d !Ílii^.jvilii.íl,, ,*Úl to CPUCWjll the K( arsni'geV bouts which we f evidently tfyxiouhly ¡««arching iitfnMni., M '1W H biMitf Aw"d he t«H>k4U« uit9U board the ,J-'t;Uf.._{(iul Semine* was at once ' I'ñ' M|V 4íH t3w« "VíMf *W*Ñ¡¡MLi llPu■t>, rfiwiu .nil lo s^l b éym 1,i,v<' . .^^"ígjiíto'l.y a eli"t ÍI-.UU i he K#WWS*'>ÍM «hj M« ""H dl#M CUf ¿p&míiuitp 4< -overhaul lirf. :ilid thus tíriuinei S¡$P ¡-.' ¿IjH'Hlg aii.uH...

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

m m COUNTRYMAN. 4, VOL. 4. J. P. ü8tkrhodt, Editor, MMIkh'áutia County, T< septembke" Vf- It U to bó hoped tin Fall election* are now din; • Tbe people want to tnrn the' () other subjects. mx-m - at ten- The Wbatiikr couHnues to warm and the usual amount still existing in the country. iy On Saturday a telegraph din- patch arrived at Hempstead stating that rumore were prevailing that Steele bad evacuated Little Rock Also, that Sherman had fallen back from Atlanta twenty miles and was fortifying his position. * The Election.—lleturu* have be*received from only four prcclnctf Hempstead, Burkhorn, Bellville ano t'ateprings, giving* about the , fojjow- . ing vote—Catliu, 105—Osterliout, 120; Matthews, 22«>—Pilley, 54 Me Dude 210—Schneider •* ;>. Jio elections were held at .Hartsville or nlltrnn drove. It is reported that xrbout received large majorities tét Industry, Shelby' and New Ului. will prohabljl receive majori- at Travis, Se aprontas. San and Wallers. .The prospect rorab...

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

%epm sIm Mr " ' ' ill # ': ;■ <nf i" *1 1 MlltiMii.li.il H W "THE INNER DEFENCES OF .;' . - mobile. \& ■ ,*>rv w? tu-?* :> >',I$\tf i —oo Wo'compile frrtm ftor thorn and ^tíiero^apeja ; . g • }(>•! ity* Nnaliviile baa been auiiR ¿in Do# Bqr r ljar Channel. "Spiles have In ;tl e Dog Ritfer line, and on tbo entrance to the i*WW bearing Abat name. * ; ...¡■Siywt lines of intttsncbments have íbéw thrown itp¿;encirá¡itg the city from near'Dog.ítiver nrotfnd io the AlnbáN^'^ivér , «nd no lees tb(in • indfep0nd«nt earthwoHta b V« beehiconetrueted in rear of the <lm of'itttrenchments. On Point á nine-gun battery com- ^wSrfi T°f inUvnchnimitp awl one tai, the lAinuuols approaching t<be chjr-.: 4r Garro wk bend is a five a'S° con,,nnnd'ng )he ífí&troátíon . and the main ship-chnu- nee of nearly three QÚÍN. The remaining earthworks in tíwftjckrtty of the city aro Intended inore particularly to repulse a lnnd- Mig of troops on the , western shores or a l<vid ntta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 September 1864

ty, Texas. 13. 1864. tinues exceedingly ' «alen here ':%■ i J * e are informed that delivered Rttd sold at wtmty five cents peí1 have-not heard of any re At any price. It OOght take as cheap here as at Thorn baa been an abun- dbmeo raised. ; "-rI Turn Kumbeu cloges the . -1th volume, or 4tb y oar that wo httve published the" Countryman. Our ne*t number commences .the fifth e. Those who wish to su^ be, better commence with the beginning of the volume. We shall publish the'paper at loast one year longer. BP" The Crocket paper says that John II. Evans and Noah A. Moore were hung at Crocket on the 20th ult. by a mob. They were arrested and put in jail as the murderers of SB. Truly. When Court qpme on tbay had their case coutinued. Whereupon, a mob collected, broke . opea thrt jail and bung the prisoners on the Public Squ?je, in the face' of tibe Court. SsmSMfitóe&Si - ,..üül.. The Rev. John C. Clabangb the Centretfllo Times that lie held a revival at Retreflt in Grimes county at whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 September 1864

w JL raxettc mnlispONi^ÑcE. Tvi.ua, Jutf- 29, 18(54. Editor Gakkttk' í— About a Week «go 180 iu6« of Col. Anderson V It eg- iiaent, who were guarding the Feder- al .prisoner noar here, .organized nujfer A Lieutenant, nijci left. Their rae liad eonio in from grazing thi y Iwfere, mid th#y are well armed nd mounted. Col. Audonsou endcu- htoud to overtiiko them with a small forfc), and induct or compel them to Tetfarn, but wáa nimble to overtake tln-m. They deserted in open day, fell into line «t the sptfod of the trum- pet, and are by this time on the taontior, I presumo. For a day of two the Fi*d erais were Very insecurely guarded, and some apprehensions werfc fe|t that they would escape and do much damaee, but all is safe nipw. What should bo t!io punishment' for men to lost to honor as to desert tluiir post, lóavihg 3000 to 4000 mist'-mmls in- most ungtiarded iu the «heart of the country, thus endangering the lives and property «f the whole cbuntryto pillage and slaughter 1 E.\ Gov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 September 1864

,' I / ■> •••■ W- ¡#* * -i".*# «* ■ ,vH ^*gfln •b '!%ii vww* M m thos* $s§®& . 'v *,y.> MV ¿jg¿1 lit- 'I2*tó finllSllw 1864. 1 Qftic^ Jilitíce ;Vr v.^k p n> iaiIééi r*.i niTj nm ATTIIBWS J. v .. . ;í. . . .462 , - - TO utmiftwuers éwiWrJíTp! y .', v. 14 ■Üi ¿Mpffr-hso ¡H x*.—Ó® Thure Bel!, second w4*iwnp É¥>\¿ jo sí'jí^p1 the hótjep. o« inwardly, th*t fwonty minutes occurred. This cattsed ere*it th*y . OL HHHHR Win. Hcbn*4't«r M A Chambers... cass. híí _. Egs^íi.* • ~ - f[F~ -m «wiari#ilá.Üi(lililí. HBUmPfWB Walker' division has not croswKÍ the «Ji^i*ti|É,: tters just r*t* cciVed by us, dated near Harrison 2 Is!., from officers of that d, inform us (bat the order tó cross has boot indefinitely post The enemy got wind of the intended rnovoment, and lined the river with gunboats. Beside this, a grout many of the soldiers refuted to cross, which abó tended to make the movement impracticable at this time. Those who deserted their colors, rather than do iervice on the 4 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 September 1864

.. • Thb ti RK H.KRALU ON THB PSBfilDENTUb CAMPAIGN,— The Herald, uudee date of Aug. 23d aay*; "A* for Lincoln, he will hold his gravad. He will not resign. Ho will not offer an armistice. Ho will enforce the draft-and .bend one hun dred thousand more men tó Grant. With this afnpltj reinforeeme11' Grant 'will make abort work of Lee and the rebellion. What, therefore, aw the republican grumbler to dot They cannot get ánnothor candidate with the slitest ohance of an election. They cannot move Old Abe, who hps pot his foot down, and has his little political aa well as his military plans. They cannot go for the Chicago ticket, no matter what it •nay be. N«; we . shall boon nee ? hem skedaddling' 'for Ihe Lincoln train and «oiling out at the best terms the can. Fremont mrty run; but the grumblers will not aupport him. Even Opdyke, who settled up his Mariposa estate, will not follow his political fortunes. There is no lionesty, nq cpnsuitency, no sense, in any of these republican sorehead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 September 1864

J. F. OstKrmout, Editor. 4* •4 ('f / SEPTEMBER 27, 1864. W The N. Y. Herald say the culture of Atlanta will pnt down ' the rebellion, the' the mountains of Virgiafc may not be aafs to travel in for yean to come. That wont do, Bennett. We can stand the loss of Atlanta. Our army ia not yet ^destroyed. ' Itkm," writing to the Newt from ' ^Galveston, Sept. 20, says* yellow fever prevails aa an epidemic there, and «apposes there are at least two hundred cases under treatment in that city. Only acclimated troops ¿tro allowed to visit the city and do guard duty. No communication with the forts is permitted. Physicians t say the disease is of a mild type and easily tnartaged. Still, it seems some will die. , The reported death of Mqj • It. E. Bell, of Elmore's regiment, we . Are happy to leara, is contrAdioted. • It is said that he has the yello fover, but is convalescing. ty Senator WigfaU has making a big speech in Houston, , which pleased the Houstonians mightily. We should Judge it did,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 September 1864

•ni'i;i,,.bor. '¿Uit L G on at Posi, condition short Kwiiig's speech, delivered .July 29th, will ebow^the of things in Missouri. "To the rebel sympathisers I hav n few words to say. You have here toforo fed, sheltered, stood guard and played spy i'orj tint ^guerrillas and have dono thfrni as much good and us as much harm us possible. It has been impracticable for the United títutes troopjB, at uemote sta Uonts. to catch you |ntj|yourj work Your loyal neighbors armed and or, gnnized, Vill watch you now. If you are guilty of a repetition of dis loyal acts, they will detect you, and you will bo killed as guerrillas; Your friends in Platte and Clay counties, Who have kept their sons in Price's army since the war begun, and have heen feeding and hiding Colonels Thornton and Winston, and their recruits all winter, are reaping now <ho just reward of their crimes, Look at the slaughter and lire and panic among them; learn that the *lay of forehearance with secret trea- son is past, and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 October 1864

• • tma COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 3. No. 3. J. P. OsTKRHUUT, Editor. StlhrUlo, Austin'County, Texas. OCTOBER :i. 1*64. Any person having a NkuU" Si.avr from 1-0 to #0 y«ur>i of agp FOU SALK, muy Iiimr of a purchaser by ' applying at tho office-of tin; Country- man. tl." Gcfi. Walker hu temporarily removed lii-i Headquarter-i to. Aijder- ■on. - " ' I' '.. (¿tai. Morgan win was killed by thu Yankees near Greenville, is not tke'Xlun. John II. Morgan of Confederate wide fatuo. 'J'lie. laller in «till alive and an iighting ground mid will yet do more killing than be- ing killed, we |fc |>u ; ho dry your tear , friends, etc. Or The (ioyvriior li/iM > v enlivened tho "wise tiheiVof tlie Km-t ami Weft the legislature of the State of Texan in Extra Session, to meet nt Austin on tbu 17th of October, hist, Two extra sessions in one year 1 &' The editor of the True Issue takes hack all lie said softie time • niñee, in an article We copied from bis paper, about the treatment jre- ceived by s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 October 1864

-'•iiy Ot , ranck o flirroBV.—"Tho 1 tbe text of a s*r- cM before Wilcox's brig- last Faa$ D*v, by K«v. Mr. plain of iba IGth Alaba- j a d published at the lee and by tbe contribution of who hoard' it. lie author anotes the remark of or Cousin, that history prove , even when viewed from a human stund point of, that wars always ter- Sate justas they should, nnd that F results ara always full of bfoa- r couiing generations"—and the Rowing passage from Sir William Lemple'i Essay on Heroic Virtue: "The second observation I shallmake on the «abject of victory and cou <juest is that they have in general Leen made by the smaller numbers over tbe greater; against which do not remember any exception in all tlie famous battles registered itrstory, excepting that of Tamerlane and uia et." in proof of the general correctness of tbi* observation, the speaker says the Persian army under Cyrus- wob but a handfull when compared with thfe vast multitude of Adrians over whipn they were completely ...

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

W*- --f "W-- V > >V H.. 4 iCMatjr.T nil I*. pcraoa having a Nhqro Slave ' ivklf-jew. <4 *pe i01 . . J W W bj lib cffic* of the Coumn J,"' •' lit * MAN * (Vp«i were tried laat M /I « . ««feWa Judge Sbepard. Two ►f the eiwi were County Conitnim- •oiwrafrom this coqnty. One of the Commissioners vu at the time of hi* election And qualification a to] lifr in tb* army ; the other bad be«r t-nroll, d for service^ but new yet **• lg. ed to duty. Another caae apt* «ImÍ*' 11. 1864, Cat'RT.—Tbe (¡pmtni* - lYurt w*s in rt irn <?«rii, week. They ad I too late ft* tía to ascerta ii i done for the interest for soldiers' families, PUBLIC MEETIKG, ¡Jtf ara requested to al «té that n oftbe xijirus of Hemp fKDNEíDAY, Ocf. 12, at A.M.to feea* the report of a committee previously appointed ti wait ttpoQ Gen. Walke% and to . d«* ineaua for tbe better pro- property. All th« of tbe county /re* urgent 1) earnestly r< quested to Rffttd' Walk** baa been invited and U It attend. fir The Victoria...

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

[From the Télegraph.] Sh bvepobt, Sept. 30, 1664. Gbbnada. Miss Sept. 15—The Memphis Argus says official bulletins from (Secretary Stanton give aune intoreating facts in relation to th. c«U lor five Ijundred thousand men Credit Status, for previous «'tenses two hundred thousand, lenvijy^^liree lmndred thousand to be ruined. Ont third of lost amount will meet all re ({uirements of General Grant; the other two-thirds will supply casual- ties of battle, losses by death and desertion, gar ¡son forts, fight guer- rillas and keep open communica- tions. Mobile, Sept. 16—A gunboat yes- terday cajne close to shore, near tlx m«.uth of Dog river. Our field bat- teries opened, giving a few shots, when the enemy retired. It Is reported the enemy have Yi paired the guuboat Gains and put her in commission. The river expedition returned, badly ppppered by our cavalrv. PKTBR8BI RO, Sept, . l$.~War ren's Yankee corps advanced west ward, this morning, to Poplar Springs' Church, two miles from the Weld...

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