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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 October 1864

m m«* Am i 4H m&mM 'mm .-■mi#'*1"' ygu n ' 01 AllOIIfl WU N8 3 ■ UMiM I i" nod dependents of this oAinty are in actual want of almost all the necessaries 4 ' subsistence except corn: The Coanty Court ia quite powerless to provide ¿ftum b* purcbaw, witft the at -their command, (Cinfeder- Cgpt. Logginé removed his t Hemnsteau yUrJ.rHcmp.l..d U DOW healthy. W* TH*f>uble and cora criba of A. Caminga, Esq., in the ot Mill Creek, were burned it and day. a few i ago, consuming al iost hia en- tire "crop ralaed thfa year. It ia sap- be tbe work of an incendia in - tlilo V There from the but the boarding tyn« will for their *1ko fa prospering «« many application country ta enter bia school, difficulty hna been to find Jve hope our are bow in tbe County Twas- t t40,0e0 of 'hia currency at its preaent value ia i-eaHy leu than 81,000. in specie. We can buy nothing with tbia money, and unlrtM you who are able will contribute, eithtft by pitre donation, or upon'tbe faithand credit of the c...

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 — 18 October 1864

'X ' .v..-r V- • wtfw m* ¿E ;tK IÉWÉ TP wOWS^^' '•' V#Ki r,, ..1,4^ ^ MA' >*a*t oiMra for f'tóliÜl'flt# *n yy "^-iTv T^;' ""' ,; c,T,r ^ . ■' y Sii f flrfifr i jflbfr'/,' JkykJK4il¿ np^otftttair, * Wr ~ '™jy F.r^ ~ w ^ U e«d«aío fe, aUWJ ,, .. .„ fJP& ' W !>*■#• *i¡fe:-^r.'iy « ,.._ wL,, a t.n«n which it I «b wn «onewhr i Yankeedom: • $ •; JmÉA^tiJLÍ - 2* t ■ * ¡ i < «rduyfitefi^tow ateamtf (ty, I';m|W« tbr- l)«n *fr ■JMSfr'SHfiNhi *M t*™' i&4f'*k, KM * w ■;♦ '. tw'*J ■:-^'hp m a ' ' • tolLu «ww¿ irom-HgM..^ _jgjg^¿; i..- lOII TC j^S' XJp,!*^ i eventful uud íliiiUiog H :m^n> e^fatiUy Wfe¿ I* tó lH r- b'njfl|Éj},fh¿ eoó- M !«%*. in h r«h- i and [M'riónn #!§$? i' toll) until'.* Á«K KW B*- !* ¿■•TOg£#ÍÍ tt TO'*$5 "'.í 'Jfiofft | nwiwiiiim .'--. ; "' .■ ;■■ And Ünity 'S^^oSSlm*: * ' leér^hn! i a bic. a is-íjpt'ctflblc }nt d iljif-bniwn sirloin rasa-backs. ;•- ■■■: - ■•• . ■ ;■■ ' ''Sj^títiÁ :-wi¿_ írtH of tfof? |tio Grnndtv «vliMi wí ? only to ir volv« mutters in «ti...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 October 1864

I W; J ¿.i ú&h'Ui iffólMItpjt m n io% ;#-/ K,<* 3# fii^ivrw.-. b-JfwtaM uJr.-i%.f«^ iu- <WfSd ffofh «*-' j wH Af^wW^copif#' ti>nt*uiecfiiinics ifi twwtyj■Wl wanofiwtwrotbwiu. Aud mow# beyond tj , > Conn'' .n«iW«.<a- <4j -. 1H.IIÍÍ b« PV I ,*io - > ^Vfir^ Vy Í i-r«Zd 2!!^nu *«áhM !IW«wW «f(p*w¡B «rt lhn*dtü«twWl. ith* *l'tf JnTww'fli ™'i 4ht«iise vnf jwtp ; ^ ^ ** l#,W Jitfy) nawknbtyi. **tant *t W -4 1H«^f4Ari*if&K'.>'■■t.RitS) «111 i,( iWÍHViaHk'ii1 H$l>fiWAíííou p 6«j&aow "$ ' . .. ,kL. J¿* . .M4.r. -i n* VlÍ.M.IÍ*!'! 'llHi! T. I- - íNdtofe >-*«&x moni ty&ta' <a&*:*.'b tfcl w> ctfiky ant n .2 'lui itr UMÍV eceastty *.-1 ¡uifioxtir Uumltb'wMl* tb*y#* .. cáVryrt # 'owl *M* .Ü\*4{ir\^ J&itf ñV- -(pwtectad'"fip¿ j „ .>|ltOMWgjf(hi fie.>1*^1 Vlv if .v.ÍH 1 ><1 'II V j W «. -y .diwiliia xiHtt i« tl l i-iui -ít Dkaj^ ¡Xpi««j Itfaptt<4 *< ta y , MrltHM ijL tli«t In capacity ót canbin ¡ijiW XiHJ putfihípe fc«...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 October 1864

es H ' rtTpU'/ ni'imiw* wood Examiner anvt b« ><i«* of repudiation ia bu aboo. No uatioo ¡u this verj com tnerchl «g* , can repudian the public debt without plnciug itself under tb>- Imui pf national infamy; mid (he Wjrlúv. |í iighty, lilghtoned South, with ¡ta ahitos! Quixotic rcgnrd fnr personal honor, could nevi r delibi mtely vote it'ielfa Ooiiuiiíiiiity «f KwinrlJt iH. Tlie interest on the Coi federate dobt will béí alxmt one hundred {iillliona u y*ár. ^tiich can be easily paid by nil ex pott duty of live cents on cot ton. Investments in Confederate credit are therefore safe; and nu oxchange property into money, on tho present axtrairdinury terina, will be profita- ble to tlie extent of twenty ior one, Prtj e ty. after the war, will produce •t bent a rental or interest of ten per cent {one hundred dollars worth property eqchangcd for two thousand dollutv in Confederate i onda, will bring one hundred and twenty doll ar« interest. subject to no taxation "Two years after ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 November 1864

COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 5. No. 7. J. P. Ostkbhout, Editor. JMvllle, An.tin Onaty, *e NOVEMBER l. 1864. on having a Nbobo Slave búi 16 to SO ] ynara of age FOR SALE, «ay hear of a purchaser by Maying at the office of the Country * The Texas Ranger nay* that an ifitirtstlng meeting of the Baptist Church was in progresa on the 2d Week in Oct., between Washington •tad Brenbatn and 55 persona were baptised into the church by the Rev. J.E, Paxton. ' CT** Advices from Austin up to the 19th ult. says there were but 17 Senators and about 60 Representa- tive* present and there not being a qugrum the Legislature had not con- up to that date. By We had occasion to send our devil some 20 miles up country last week Where he waa arrested and con- scripted, this ia the first instance thqt we have heard of an enrolling officer conscripting the devil. Mr. Lincoln received his nomina- tion for the Presidency over two months ago, and notwithstanding we have made diligent inquiry, we can- not Wain that any man...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 November 1864

1 IS Onr dispatches ibringesjthe painful In telligénceof the death of (Jon 0"8gi °b« of the most prominent «falseas of the State. Gen. Gregg *** ativa of North Alabama born near Oecator. His parents were in moderate circumstances, ar.d although a well "educated man, he ®wed his attainments to his own exertions* About ten or twelve f y ears'" 'ago he came to Texas and,if unpaged the practice of his profession, that <lt the law. He at once made his mark aa a man of ability, sound jubgment aod good attainments, and soon his diatriet, the thir- equently spoken of for Gofernor of te was él and1 *63 the State I 1800-41; be took a proninent part >> the exoitine events of that ponod, was ^ member of the Secess ion Convention, and of the Commit- tee of Safety. When the war broke out he entered at once into the spirit of it, and raised one of the finest reg- intenta that ever left the State, the Seventh Infantry. The history of that regiment is familiar to our read' «a. It wju captur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 November 1864

i I c®-éwy-«T :Á, . ft <■11 Id! t* "■STPS' a^ig^yr" •'JU'.kWl >Úr J íKó. 8. 1 uJ Wf.Olfrfcáfi©**, Editó*. H«r -_^r_—— ¿64. . . IéM.'i. ., .1 #:NK<IBO8lávb toa apurcham-r by of tho Country- 11 ■' tf. weather has t been W Ml wit ♦MSPfc'WífWttíd caH attention of fe Üim ls¡¿al advertising *m*rm bJ$dtlo$ft>r pre?|d ^rf, in iÚ take place to-day. ■by Madam ha fallen into ' <fce Ptdtorals, and that . ^ ...... , bat we woi..., ** «& * ''■fo ,.«*¡a¡t further inteligcnce bf foty ¿uitiqg any faith in such rejxj^B, y K ? : wrwwriy a well known cituotr 18.' W malfM (H at;eneny l other good qualities, and his death.^tf,' te re- ' *%lkw*bii w him; H« y .losi'lWoof biB chil- «•hiáWheí «id A* . ' " •• I, .ttfliK fflímtá ii) ÍÍOÓy Vlctfít) «• ,■>: J 2 A?<I i''t iff' '¿"'''¡ijií.ii V* «V I'TCTpeettfully MStei art event that was no doubt to the parties,^con- ■ aa itcwrtainly - was' to the aMMikMt «i" Hrittéb# th*er«w(oony. hywhich rüwy \ : r a W:'-:} l o'«I with Chipid's darte/'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 November 1864

tppqcrino Incident.—An At- lanta correspondent says: liave learned of a very touch- tog and affecting incident which oc- curred in this army on the battle- field of the 23d of July, and which is worthy of being engraved, in let- ters of gold, oh commemorating tho magnanimity and true christian spirit of the two noble heroes concerned. *The preparations for battle were being made. A corps commander toda up to one of hi^lflivision gener- al . aad finding some delay and .con- fusion, reprifonndedhitn with some sawerity. The tone and manner was calculated to wound, and the two aoon parted wit^ feelings of evident bittenlesi towatds each other. The corpB commandáil felt, after the ' ex. citemant of the moment was over, that ho had probably 'Hpoken too harshly to a brother officer, nnd as they were both about entering the dangers of the battle-field, he felt it to be a duty lie not-only qwed him' ■elf, but a ¿bfrmer friend, to render ma apology; He therefore dispatch- ed a staff officer a...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 November 1864

COUNTRYMAN. VOL.fi. No. 9. J. P. Osterhout, Editor. Mhrllte, Amtin County, Tozas. NOVEMBER 15. 1864. Any person having n Nroro Slave from 10 to 20 years Of ago FOR BALE, may hear of a purchaser by applying at tho office of the Country- mau. tf. t tit Seo advertisement in another collumn headed "Look' at This" L#' President Dares has ordered that Wednesday the 16tb of Novem- ber be observed as n day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, throughout the Confederate States. Wo seo by the Bulletin that Dr, O. Holland, an old and much esteemed citizen of QalveBton, left on a blockade steamer some ten days ago for Havana, en route for Europe. Wo seo by the Houston and Galveston papers that Oon. Walker has ordered all officers and Boldiers who belong to commands stationed at those points whó aro now on leave of absence, furlough or detached ser' vice, to remain abseni until the 15th of November, proximo, unless other wise ordered from Headquarters. The Galveston Bulletin says: We consider the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 November 1864

A copy of iLe Governor's message has fosen received by us. The Gov- ernor devclopcs somewhat more at large the financial difficulties of the State, adverted to in liia Proclama- tion* convening the Legislature in Extra session. He acknowledges the utter failure of th¿ htw of the last session, authorizing the issue of Treasury Wuir ints for the purpose ot supporting the Civil List and the futuilies of the indigent, to answer the ends desigued by it, and recom- mends its repeal, and the adoption • of some measure which will be more efficient* AVhat that measure is, is now a problem in political science uImo8t as difficult of solution as the quadrature of the cirple in the geo- metrical. The Governor suggests a query, en passant, whether the policy ot continued reliance upo. Confeder- ate currency, as a means of sustain- ing State credit can be wisely persis- ted in in conducting her public affaire. We think the query is already solved in the utter worthlessnesss of the Confederate pap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 November 1864

r~."• . MaaT adT Itil. VtfeWB Jll| *|UUIllJ ibwWfiw. .... riUfr'toélwH'tot,' 8h* was mmté'. i «<|)«m from iNuwq térJoM «$ of tbnt dató <HC rihitíVni >«i ft WiijUnbuu *jái i yjlíli.i sJl l) liilij ¿liba jLuChMfláfy {rwy eurionn, wceiiirie, if not Wl ¡chuy Tifnkeé, Geotge Frauda Itráléi is'.ddvewíiiWi^rl.w <ft leHV* lo BjMxawtm. tfjti MyJ«s peadfntttMHh*<áiit '-«M<Hr> i. liw. m ^IV Íé * rM ^Mri¿' <b:'ftfairvli ' *ái %& piwom unseat, ,ol utl t<*: ééejrt boBailvülr f'«a4 fctant // if .noli Vil l>* M*i)iui ni "vrwtd Th« Mlofrtoc m * *l ib fcbrmtoipt. ¡ 'WíiSr'srTOjse.í^^L ®H's;I:¡FíS^SS. HTAgyy-'.y rmr t iwm ™ g i> to distribu iMV-slwtolMfltófíee ffiá®sá¡: ,wttiiMniari J !>uiJiüuaU uUi w nahuUfrimoJ <<ÍW*! <««>«• «baria f wickiiff, .f K'"'^M^'T' of iic«^llhc«. ih.t II K) '(MuCMImi f ^vmi j Gr«nt'H4m Hl*ll^Bar«V/ipmo oenTat Vidkaburif dwindles frfeatly, ^'TÍ3-'sS^^V* %'^IJvu1 ifÜMHItilyaM MMUnM^f nij >We íijííií^ eí6fr •bout aeren tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 November 1864

pw II «TO.O.MMÍ two Tews, II tv «i ove brief announcvw trt wiB «auae-many ejee to be mm? kw tilkjprirf. •■ lliwtk'i band is «Iwaya heavy, bat when it lays the J<m% bead iuw, veils tbebright fiaee, ••I ImKm 4m* ailrery «olee,while ^talÍBfttfcr fc frr «ML w ,. >#* Jtf« *t*pnrw <bU woe. . Oa aiqulet Sabbat I ¡ ,y^ifwg i ea^hlo Mn«W, iW la tb« bud, to bloom in Tr1f|iKr tMmn &+ém' riinF'-iíT'-- «I fefiawyuawieal, «tenia# >w %'Mnr- f« — loves uered 3g :ter,W, tta lipt rrpin n slavery wiU b« .permit^ ty stand ill the Way i# the Success of oúr c*u*e rby ¡srar in for national independent on 6ur side, jmd tor tlie suhiugxtioii iif wlilte slid dfy emfuicipotion of ± n->Jt$. onTlié iWé of ttie enpmy. )(' I, t¿le negree are oomi unity fdpar Utile Minie LLuie fu.I uT •ísiinT'.'p*,'" 11 It "" tlMt.iiifwd «Hf faaM wMI«f iaheh(ttfR M¡oft. «It la ladead %ií/i?Í!%tSJSiíé -í* to? i étfr biiM% n4 fgm oá ow «lUajAt* i¡^w>kiflrtwtoi«v r4eh- •<* aíti*fc>tii< .'üí . 'íWf ¿vii*...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 November 1864

i COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 6. ?M4fe No, 11. J. P. Ostkrhout, Editor. NOVEMBER 29. 18(54. • Ally person having a Nburo&lavk from 10 -to1 20 years ¡of age FOR SALE, may hear of a purchaser ■ by .the offiee of the Country- man^ tf. \mfn_ cal) the atteution of our readers to general orden No. 86. -,y r; ,T.. ...* LIT Wb ww by the State Gazette that the Legislature adjourned on the ,10th inst. * \. ■ We sea by the telegraphic dispatches in some of our exchanges that Lincoln has carried thirteen out of sixteen States, and is, therefore, - bWyond á doybt re-elected President of the United States. "CONPRDBRATB NBWS" PLEASK Correct.—In * late number of the "Confederate News" we observe a notice of the article which,, appeared in the Countryman of October 25, iá yblch notice the editorby mistake attributes «he invention of the new oardlag machine to Messrs., Hay ford and Johnson(¡f.BeU County. We hereby notify the News editor, and Beljl Oounty, and all other comities * in and out of Texas, that M...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 November 1864

«ti ' Protn the Houston ^éí< SORTIIEllN PIS^XTCHJSS. Nasuvi^lk, Nov. 6.—-Yesterday thegwnboat Undine was burnt, by the rebels after landing' them at Rej uoldsbnrg Island; the gunboats Key West and Jtilfin steamed down west of lleynoldsbuig Island from John- aouvifie, and engaged the rebel bat terv with twenty-four pound Parrels, an® were driven back badly damaged. At Johnsonville the batteries opened on them, the gunboats responded till their amunition gave out. then blew them up. The crews were at the {fort ana Johnsonville. This morn. tivg the rebles wore crossing in boats f5 miles above J ohnsanville. No fight- ing to-day, The rebels are burying their dead. Intilligence from below PCJwtHCe states that the largest part •of Hoods army Is still south ot the liver. • .SUSPENSION BRIDGK, NOV. G— ><3roat excitement on the American aide from the anticipated raid. Goods and valuables ore being removed by special trains, and- troops expected to-night. cairo, Nov. f).—The rebels h...

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

t . ■appr :. ' i:L Hit* iCi «Ei' ¡1*3* ; mST^Ulé^ and wld to fbeA ÍMfcrt r^jükik"! M>f*k «Mí *, ¡•4* «M'L If® ! r> . > 3 u I bMÉÜ Mr™;. nhl UtiW *r )r> :* W oolmaaau ' . I M'jO I t§;_ *« «ri«4i «KM* «fad to' W tula 11 ,SNw #!#6i W>lf|i4lbMi I áf'yiíiUl i¿ÜÉaí.7'íy éob- Mép**kái*m- #&#*•>■•■ •-<•- >■ f r taft .■,■• vivtii m «4 £wt>s# iWatcaffr.+^If, aÁtfc mm **rt ffcéiv JMÜIA ** t#« K«MÍ k . f the Soatl^ ■il (iloifiMLlW «na with reorgaaloi tudftlrfWu- ia«iqfit Í « 1% ],: u^$}i: Mk ituuvO i á'í'l ¡H Í . wWf: T5*flü W , ... --w «("Wl .'«7 • ; ÉL'í-<MNfflí HÍlaa* ifau «una P4WWi •aifctoe!.,« tü i :nniiá' tmriiq «r iwújuj At ■BiJ-sete* WlW'Nr**.!! ta " 'im'iÉti **• srM mmm . *> i inut to in? -rii Jiii•> *a$ i ola l rraW,fe!v |WW«r. we¡«a*Kl.< Maxiet*' fin/a BsPilq wmmm LlIifio#p fósá&peJú; bn 6 MfÜÜ '.Whi fráÑr/- «r UN# te IW JiP*W Mi. * W «Hi. I .'♦IT Sr Tfcw* Sé MI 'M¿mm J -JWe.yi •"«** '• ■ .#*" 1 fÉtlía 4MMtfcMR." pwtíS «mIí j|ít¡ j •a.....

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 December 1864

BR I .II o N*W«i1ni m* ñ -fca>^ better feigns opponent. We aro.botft r'tfble?to tend with oar «uwaidtr Lincoln's WJnurifcb fliíff undS^« ,t«* cherons ana deceitful pence promise* of the McQlelUn party,, whose avowed policy i« "¡¡divide 4>id Conquer." wft pwir M> tapen, Jiadiagujet-A «a^my, i plainly threatening' our aubjugation. rather than ireachorous professions oí friendship, made solely for the purpose "of accomplishing the same end. ■■ •• - v ñ'AMCPM aaa n*xm 4a. M aoqumng. uicnesed importance. It, ns reported, they are directed .'.by "leading Canadians,'; Umy «ay ¿M. pfove Kafkm to- me to our enemies, Bui' If "Northc<ffl Democrats" also join -in those raids «•iKjn '(wftfoi Mill tfone. Eveu the Yankee accounts dijh-Wj^af1 ^t,tbtfrfiéífl'StridVíí Fowkn capturing toyn*, forts, gnnboats ana-transports. There eveiaa «til to Jb< mwb <J*ubt aa to Hood's movement, 'and even hi* >present, position Í8¡uót.;w«y boowa^Tlia hjqH alarming part M the news is that West Po...

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

■at Si w; aa tMAÍN. '•i"'- *.- w* 1* U6Í! bobo.'dmvb ill TOR the Conn try- VS- lÍ'ypT' j ',['() f : r£h<8tAtat«*nt of the County I ■ -■ *J ' 'T¡ -A idWiwir* ta, or Tfc editor has wind! V* •** daytQp fcleto giveOS «W*r'if?rhnk bu bm and what ha ku bm abent. Ha promis- estbeprw fm. that he will jnaka - * back, driivsniodi nextwaek. ( Wfc.— . B. I* Chbbk arrived borne time oince from Co. F, haying Mli, ÜiiiImiuA^m aaapuat oí dis- ' «WlfcrO. Campbell u# the ' *♦,. bonbon jjoet . ol Bsllville Lodge for the ensuing year mtiii *W* ^H ~ v ' i a newspaper ¡ W. McCarty I. 'Wertwl ■ • i44***. hn «y account oft recent heroic 1^1 wfr"^', . . WsA ii— ■■ *Jf hup fl alirnaf nnlanw d) om 01 out vh* mloduulif of Ospt. C. L. McCarty, to worthy to bo placed on im perishable form Young iged to tyfc ilk Division, and was in hue raid which roulteb iriv . to the tétmy, cam- tbe W of laigu,.numbers kilted, wounded ana prisoner , three million MImi worth of ^. In a close encounter withi theenemy daring th...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 December 1864

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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 — 20 December 1864

vftá COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 5. No. 14. J. P. OsTKRlioiiT, Editor. Ball villo,'Austin 0«nnty, Texas. ■DKCKMBKR 30. 1864. L#" Th<! Advocate says that I lit) Victoria and Hio GHindu Stage lino is now junking two trips per week. 13^ 11. K. Cutler and ClmrleB Smith havu boon elected (bog ) U. S Senators from Jxiuisfsnn. Some rain full at this place on Thursday night and Friday last. VP We hear a good many peo- ple nay they would like both j tho Telegraph^aud News bettorjjf they would use larger typj. Diu rna at Camp Morton, India- NOPOU8, Indiana.—-Adolph Steck, Nov. 24th, 'U3; Jacob Hastian, Doe, 31, '03; Franz Lesiká, Jan. '64; Fred Knolle, Jan. 28, 'G4; .John Harms, Jan. 28, '04 ; L, Fechuer, '64-—all of Co. C. Wuul'n 1 region. Fort Dklawark, Snpt. JfSth, '64. NKWsTrEMS, Tli© War and Navy Departments of tho Lincoln Government are blaming each other for,the omission to cat off blockade running into Wilmington. More efficient measures arc toeing taken for the purchase of cotton aud other s...

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 — 20 December 1864

I fcuprefc^UoMrt. ^ustih, |JO« o. her Term. A. D. 1864. ]^-iiim/: 4NW M^;?r on llaheas (jorpüs.—¡tfayer prtfviona to tho 4th dny ot June, 18G.'), enlisted na a «¡Mágia Ifrm m>nj iil'llm Coa-. fcderrtW^taK for-the terw ot> three yenire. Oh that day lia offered a sujj- k t i tuto, wlio being exempt from mili- tary duty, and on exnniinatiuu^bund capable, was received and M. was discharged. On the 3rd- day of March, 18G4, M. was enrolled by the County Enrolling officer of l'anola county and ordered to report to the Commandant of a camp ot iostruc- tiou. Gu the ljáth of Mar.cli, 1864< M. sued out« writ of habeas corpus and prayed ior a discharge on the ground of his'having furnished a substitute. Held: That M. was liable to mili- tary service, notwithstanding lie had furnished a substitute. Though it were true tlmt the act of April 16th, 1862, allowing substi- tutes, is in the nature of a coutract yet there is nothing in the Constitu- tion of the Confederate -States which prohib...

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