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

V *w * ■ mt ma COUNTRYMAN. YOL. 5. No. Jfi. J. P. Ostbrhout, Editor. B*lMU«,Aattla Oraatjr, T< A DECEMBER 27. 1864. Ol)b Stohy.—Thor being little War news of interest, we gire oar readers a story for the times, to amuse them daring the holidays. If you don't read this story we nay not print another. The names in the story are fictitious. .' _ .. • — i —" . I3T Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day of last week. were among the " coldest and most disagreeable we hare had this winter. A good deal of rain fell on Monday from which the creeks are much swollen. The bridge across the east fork of Mill creek has (hated off; so says rumor • . m a plagiarism. ••Heaven help -me^l I can go no further!" / The young man who uttered these exclamations sank faint and exhaus- ted «pon the marble steps of a state- ly mansion, situated near the banks oftbp noble Mississippi. His face was very pale'and bsggard, his Rothes * disorder, and covered with dust and blood. He appeared utterly in- capable of any ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 December 1864

Kp3u.'... iv. ;V-. Svf- mgr. — I®., ASURER'S ACCOUNT CURRENT. RECEIPTS ANDj DISBURSEMENTS FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING NOVEMBER lWAt 1663 and, inding October 3rJ,;1864.. Also, the debts against, and the amount due to' the\ County. [GENERAL! FUND. í ' FIRST QUARTER. & ,yv> f:' ^ '¡V^'kV' v\ ''?/&" 18C3 Amount on haudrcc'd'of N. Holland Nov. 17 Rec'4 ofS. Brewer, A$u & Collector, Paid out {13,603 8,900 Disbunem «lit «1,264 34 1864''" JLk1¿ ' , ' Fob'jf 15 Received " Paid out tSECOND.QUARTER THIRD QUARTER 40 00 f7,308 97 mi} Jn|y 4 Received Paid out ■Received ' Paid out $14,341 17 • $ 1,202 70 FOURTH QUARTER $28,430 14 $ 9,433 34 Ootober 3 Received Paid'aut Whole, amount received .Wliote amount paid out Total amount in Treasury $ 204 JÉL $7,80462 W8P) $65,5!U 60 ' $27,013 97 $38,517 c3 The*most of the above amount paid "out has'been forjthe suppo rt of Soldiers' fnini- liefctatit is difficult to state tho precise amount because it was not noted in the Houki and I will further ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 January 1865

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 3 January 1865

J I TREASURER'S RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF Foil THE FISCAL YE All COMMENCING _ NOVEMBER 11th, 1803 and ending October 3rd, 1664. Alio, the dtltft against, and the amount due to, the Countjf. GENERAL FUND. IMS Nov. 17 1864 Feb'y ]5 April 4 July 4 FIRST QUARTER. Amount on hand rcc'dVif N. Holland Rec'd of 8. Brewer, Atmr & Collector, Paid out • 13.603 $ H.lXMi Disbursement $1,264 34 Received Paid out Received Paid out Received Pnid out SECONDJQUARfER 35." It 40 00 THIRD QUARTER $14,341 17 FOURTH QUARTER 928:436 14 #7,308 07 $1,202 70 ft 9,433:34 October 3 .Received Paid out "Whole nmount received Whole nmount paid oiit Total amount in Treasury 9 1204 60 97,804 62 905.M1 60 927,013 i(7 9^,517 63 TheTiníist of tin above amoniit paid "out has'becn foi^thc support'of Soldiers' fami- lies, but it is difficult to state the precise am'unt because it wu* not noted in the Hook; and I will further «tute that 97.175.05 wns county script taken in and destroy- ed which ia representad un 'Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 January 1865

life C •; -¿'.'■'•'Vvr "■•-•■•- ;i|v *; £&& '•''':"'f "-Wi••"*,jffe v<fflfr Ip" i &* y*-Ém:Ji- - ffe Í«'' •.- ; ■ - > ■'-. ■ X'".".'* .. 5® ji* ;>; -V der tbfl our Bui «ting th#00wrt|l íitóttiW I «*#• •titMte' «wfoHowat ii ■ i j;( j ^0! Tba. «Hall boy and taje bagrtrrived prompt- £ 1mm ex5«lt l ly, but owttfc-tif alMiiafMnp aatójrf ■ i arder At the* P. n. *«t RtMsbut no ¡a .7 a® F'MQMwE ai Pott Maaterbw* f¡# xab#* ¡BtiüBíiMfiiiÉiiiiMi&Él £¿Í252¿ 1A r.ÜfT-T |.l®j •wKB^P iMrtateaa. ■O." ■ I >1 ! ■■ ■ w *ói wsm or two. We don't intend bj this wiucti Few «by lb Poit uu«3i. u>#. ¿i: -*# i)v® ninl>ki a , Ah lilt X with Beerifeitb $MW W<,Tbfli«1« Mtolti- of or rejection. But an editor Sí íá* ffivf-ijf'iMv óeaae to be a t these Mil J ! >• id ■}< I4' .$**:•-•1(¡§8(1 -foe 1866. matter of an almanac or 'iwj'fy* y*.. "i* 4 , statistics, aftdBpeoial Lawa atod Joint lloaiUitlflrta of Iba regalar and two1 ««♦v. ip^HwS# 40 ly wUI not tm rocron7frrtin OlM ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 10 January 1865

uii Mil K^<£# "7*'*!*;;" %( * Jrf«-i*J 4f b.vm ^*l^0i'dt MJ tttuvr^u mlti/Mí-i Unú *jh> üaMfráiOál&ijdt to «1; Jo it'iÉf , ai . *L .*4 í «(i' %r ** ##3 J !«i yfe #, -ri>- ■fi ,1 Vi.HX l j ■HsmM : .: Jm y 6® a • oJfc.v . . Jto o *! !:«« m-fl M *ól0*;«fi)! 'H«i : • n ¡Hi vJSW Hftaj y ¡i tivfuna $ ! tit'!£/, $ Í0 üf. '.-i k hh# . tlf. „2 .«i.: r .-,! .* F «# .V1P«HW to W •on M xH U'fi; .^i-ri gf||. -* , ;, £ <1 ifc -' fcmtoinnW ¡mum fap i|«ott4i knur in tk« French capital #fc|r thf Iffiff* kmtAit ft iflfelhtfi loldlili W(MiidinIBS? fa ba*l«. «|otím¡ HirXN*i4£-Va -fjjri <4 tfc* M¡J. i¡rw^ffl 8PB0ÍA& theparchaae of na .too*a«H4aa tatfttwiiw af aaldjMmraád drink fc Uft 4U)rWa tarto* artMto «lit thi'j^A- tm^w 4itii ?W* ; • M A KEXÉB ftili'n ni ! (ii..iti im in... *•*■. ¿ÍW. J.DvCOlNQ Ool.W.#, Qfttahi*,* jk«4c ¡ HWMfOt. fllM ' .f/j •ojeiy id proonnog ed to do éo- Y SMITH, My*, * DÜCOlWJ, m ItM lU iitilto pifMrt capy 6 r ttaw frtorBiETOBS. tiona for Ladfaa. «JTwbo died...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 January 1865

ILwfc&HÍ rfAfP fl , tytfTRYMAN, 1 VOL. 5. ' No. W: B Mi tu ti J. P. OSTKRHOÜT, Editor, BdMDi^lUiila County, Tmuw. .*1 -f • • " , 1 n1;1?—- M -JANUARY 17. 1866. «f.Hiiiiwii i ,i, i, rmifi; =aa= J. ThbOard of the Ffcnnin House. #1¡appear this week. Col, Murray has '«the reputation of keeping « flirt class MM«i. ii-h Tub Nbw Tbxa* Sbribb.—While . in Houston last week, wo were pre- J sented, by tlie Publishers, with some copies of tliia,««ríe of School Books • 'We merely wish to mention the fact Jfcow. and shall take occasion liureai 4 ter to speak of them severally: ¡ W •j think the Spelling Book, and the . Header, models of Books for the pur- eposes designed. We bare not yet examined the others. Retorvbd.—H. Millet:, Esq., re- turned from Brownsville oti Thurs- day last.^ Wh ars ind.vbt«d to him for the loan of some Now York nnc London papers. Somo of the New York piptfts *cre dated as late as fhe I0;h of December last. We •lull feel obliged to any friends re- turning from Mexico ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 17 January 1865

á¡ lUlWflT*! Othbi .—-íiSetrtWant H. W. Fields, Twelfth Virginia Infantry, baa for- Dished lor the Petersburg Express the followingj.vnltinble and expedi- tious reeipe for preparing leather dresaed with the hair on. lie vouch es for the stability and dtiration of the leather thus preparad, and refera to Mgb authority for truth of hit áverméat, aa well M to soldiers who Wave warn ¿hoes made from lit. We, therefore, publish H for the benefit of fanfare and individuals who have hide* to;tan, and recommend that tb«4y teat it. The hides are not ohly quickly tanned, bat iheleathbr, tfben prepared, beaw^s^mosttj favorable comparison with the belt produced by tb0 longjahdjediottsi p rotiesa in i vogue in England and in this conn try. Many of the sol dier«3intone, or wore of the brigades of this a have used shoes madú from this lent . or for inonth^past^T'and^pronounce them superior, as regards cOmfort and «junlrty, to tha|£}ngfishand American army shoe: MODE OF jfREFABlNQ LBATIIBEDR68S- KD ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 January 1865

;BA ' Wife1 w, k^:-vs r f ■ ■; ifeiPWl' I **r .-%^n fifllAPf. ". kZ7>. ' 'rtüytitMiür; rn*, :''![j S. PjjliLiiftLPL.. UH% v !■" ¿' . ^ HWVNRqr W 'l "i. >'11;1 y')| ' ' Vw*""t ' Atkioton _ .....IL ,, Mtor. on wMmj Hntfl " I **! iiljlti 4 « JbAiit tiA- b bW«r almost i to u1 ■ .4'/ >.« ?'i'1 .i/* j* J 1 *'jr |m nf'^HééMT'áiUl has U " 1 far The CotamissiotwW Qoort WiS^Mip pnk* further Hit tl # Pre*bytcrfeH of OfiBco 1# . tJie «¡J mm Con w&mm fcfent scsslofa, hat w . ered the condition of the %!j TPH felMTOJ? m ftp HÍ¥iÍ.Tnn IfmaRAPH JU**«TBD Ft, 'OfAM>K>-*Declof «T< bn Mr El Una* Jfci tb« of late m Uf; HHHJ il « Cóbfedehléy which turn Church Went of the Mississippi H and'feMjig ihe iihpwrtuhcii or 'vWW tlit* í-bu'riíriiéf ; aihd fosieif tike inU<r$*isof the church—resolvwt b> call n cwi/ of ihu mini Mere land tiiry .f th* cbortb, in thu following miihuc,, viP ' ,'l> éT$ Mr w to tkis city by one of Marshal m mm "* B informo t ion «r' W*M Mintnry,. lug. «ni ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 24 January 1865

■ ^ OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE, , ExWCUTIVK ÜliPA RTMEI^T, ) 4 A¡tm '6f. > £<#&*$(ft* Gm^tU V 1.1 1 r • i Dbak €¡ib-^I mmd yo* with tbe respectful rfqiMt that you publish *. the MMi a ¿ttur áddresswl to roe by Muí A. m Cao-iogtou, Corresponding Secautaiyr.of an Asaociatiou lor the Uelit^' oi Mpimed Soidiels, formed in tli®0 ty éf Jtyhmoufl, Friday the 9&1 oí 1-664. The sncoessof tkis Association, ibua lar, and what Í*|Mtp°aMl to ha accomplished in ihu(ut«né. an %Uy «xribimod ia this •otamunicatioii, and I desire to co- operate, aa requested, in procuring funda, by contribution, from the peo- pie ur tM ¡¿taté. You will,' doubtless, take phtfstKti in fcivinr publicity to th*> facts coitftided inthe better, and i. gm«£ «ád through yonr press to tlie acbonJpliahment of the objects proposed by the Association, by nrgltig <them open the. attention, of . tit^vpatriotic ana benevolent citizens. Our people will, doubtless, respond with their usual liberality and prompt* nes*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 February 1865

ni TEñ'é s I&V ' i?* ' BÍ8JÍ&ri&:Ji W ><>&..' Y-- •sfc ^.^Dr •T¡ - tí; Wí ffii: is Y M 4 N. T *""' JWfe'í? V V a . —JH IHOtIT, Ed!É| Cuntr.Texa* ' 14. 186.-5 0T Capt. J. N. Daniol of Co. A, >gt., ban been at home for WW* days past, lie lias been de- layed in returning to Galveston by | tí high water. The Ci pt. is in health atid one of tb« best offi- cers I mat owing to lbe protracted I . \.. ~ " officers, tbe Capt< b*M buen in oomwond of tbe regimefrt since the Yellow fovor aoaron. \']*i Gy Siuce (be publication of our wfc have hpd an excessive 1 Of cold and wet weather. An i tbe winter* gen- shall see oar expectation realized. The Executive recomt.nds the plant ingof a large amount of cotton ; ^ ,^fe)i lWpUU Important that plenty fw OÍ corn should be made. And it is fa be fenB^Jb^, because so large a trap of com lias been made this past peart that a sufflcfiuiOy w|H not be ited the ,comfng spring. The country is always prosperous when we have a plent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 February 1865

JV W ¡m m to.thc Mon l'a urioy, in, $ Wo the army i'S: jpUwdé.e; \Vnr ?V*i^r,vVw^ 4 \v __ _,$inc you. Ü-lhe way'.into £ J®E3V 'trY B ViiK raiifi can jjo hero with, throe eo. 1 got thirty coiiaci-ipts. tJinc'e May in- every , county in ,4 fought jn tie , „ 8, ;<in<l the women r night clothes to see do , it ngaln- in tve fought u battle V« . days, i have ippi run with blood for yavdB, and I'm gwinc J'vo captured seven- of artillery and six- adYankee)?, and hnriod wndred of them!" ■ to aay thiit. .,e^ry ■ this characterjstie speech liout. , He Ift . not gifted ratpry of Omar, ■ hat* if would take a peep, some frosty morning, a.naw. lesson in the is ,many years Buvce : with .Tano Jetiisüa . (lie hniidgpines't countiy w y far that over >vent on , lugs, . meadow, creek ctul wood .-utd wi> did w«alk, and the 1 on.h^r .0!'jetin¿lii)s;, }win3 learned our talk, a was ail to. m« • for my " tig and true, ahd loved and twisted love, aud boiiest too. I roained ty$Wi;§'! t'iirmp, and 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 February 1865

cóüjpvr *ir#Ai¥. «I ■ r «ir J - «■ - u * t VOL. i. He. 81. J. P. OmniHouT, Editor. FEBRUARY 21.1865. tst Advices bar Iwen rewired that b haa gained another brilliant i viétttry oVrtr Grant at Pvtenbaif, I*e macla a feint of evacuating tlw ihyi *h n (lie Fed rushed in and eat to pfoo**. h The Braaoe River waa rising a* Thursday laat and was naar the top at the bank. Craesttfg bad «aflrdjr eeawd. fir We believe moat of the men belonging to Green's old Brigade, who bare been at borne for aotne tHáe past, bavena* started back to tbeir commands. They would have left sooner had not tlw water been ao high. a t r i.'"-.- m^^m ■ Abscondbd.—G. w. Palmer, 0. 8. Depoaltary at Ban Antonio it ap* peara by the papers at that places baa gone fo Mexico, without fifet having settled with the Government. Ilia family left a few days after be did. Tbe report is that be baa goée to Monterey. The quantity of Government funda taken by him. 1/ any, baa not been ascertained. Í3T Fort Fisher" lias fallen into...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 February 1865

- Jto his ditty—and this is thu letter and hits to his mother- Dear Mother—I am very sorry I cant go home and see you all and the baby—but Father is right aud I'm going to start back in. the morn- ing if 1 go aloue—Couoin Sarah has fiven me an outfit complete and Mr uncaid's boots and his blanket and. motheri I have grown bo they all tit—and I don't suffer for any- thing only- not seeing you all—I have swapped the sorrel for a blaze faced roan with two glass qyea, like old Hornet, but twice as big a rascal, but I mighty apt to get the pitch out of him belore we get to Louisiana and I got four dollars hard money and a laryet to boot—and tell Father not to fret or think hard of me, will try to do my duty from this out, all the halt I aim to make is to go by where Mr. Kincaid was buried and put up a head board for Cousin Sarah who has been so kine—Dear mother I have got the hymn book and will try to do like you saie. Pleas, mother, don t let Jasper run the brown colt after the cattle a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 February 1865

je O U;N,T"ry MAN •T ¡VOL. fi. . ^ 'Wo. 22. •f •' 1 J. P, Osthrhout, Editor. «v> t > t.. ■ fWWÍNUyille Aoitta County, Texas. d> PEBBUARY 38.1865. ^I3P* The Court House ai Crockett MM destroyed by fire, and " the County Records wen* it#. ( -vir"> 1 .y*. .*+. 'It is «aid that fruit trues tiiat la W A || I t| e now of the moon are -MMom, if urn, killed by tho frost. iw Moou now. Gw. Lut lias been nominated by i President and confirmed by the i to the position of Commander itt' Chief of «11 the military . force of the, : Confederate Statos. He wii] still retain command of the army of $ orthern Virginia. AppoNTMBNT—j p Oster- bos buen appointed Deputy (Jouuty Clerk of Austin county ior tbe purpose of performing such duties as jnauy bo requested iu tbe cfimntty, or at the Clerk's office du- iilMtXv' • , liny temporary absence of Mr. ' ws. 'i «tul v ¡ 'Each ! Rain 11 Rain ! i'—Will it BMW "top raining I It never rains btH It pours. More rain baa fallen 4|Klflg the month than we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 28 February 1865

[<■ m ; ÍÍV. tgfa m tie Nachitocbcs Times.] IIÓW TO WIN WOMAN'S FA- '/'r v. m VORi' l'"'-''fj MS" I < u*y to «n.-tku yourself jitihir utnong 'tliti Indl^fA Don't íikITjaclc áfiu trcnihle, niul think ttocaimc yon bav *i't (ho fteutru gf loíiis online fuco «>t* Apollo, you |nd no chituco nt nil'. It iw not -straight noses that (U the biisiuésf-. Women, bless their bouIk, don't cure a fig for such things. Only'remember n few preliminaries and you can mnku them like you, li'tt yoikr hair W+ red and yotfr ¡§5S Voü go fu; í iAojft Start nn:evi tbp*,í<jhrly'.''.jpíaíal ' tío t well pleased to be caught be- f6rl (tíbéir curies ,a d basques are arranged. /Be. pfcrficnlaríy" careful not to pit down on'he cat or kick the dog'acrofcs tlu> ' flboj-rthe girls aré ¿tire to approciál e you when yoti k o\x how to be polite to their pets. If there's a pjecu of wonted work, admire it; don't forget to mistake the tómcíil flower? in the vasos real ;'if tlie young lady is .ásküer^f teach y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 March 1865

' ''I-' VOB 'J'IIK z umber ofnDi a?..; /<? I % ' ■ ' . ■ '' s,í v • ♦ -*#• ...;'■ . :■ ' * . .-.V r. * 1 11 Il-"" —-— ■* Af-W. vl 1 Ifl AiiV> -« , .*[< lindar- • tavoml ií i'áwízi mil Yortlw < i'vi*i I '*&&&< iafitóSli * A1J üftlio tolere* (ft' A'idlk %**#$ |§wi¡i& Irffr M i, o hbhmi . - #&$!(?#• „ ...vwtn $ ojnumii rinjerf,' ^ «<•]! ah-tyV tJjH . iiiAnim of líMitijf ii[> fb*^tepfctatV$fa <«í' on^ «fmy.1 I y|H| t'jjjpt respect* fully puggeyt ijie following plan: l'laee in ¿|m* inukí eVt-ry ( ivil oftieei' ill llf Síiito und'i'théngi' gtf Hfty, H'lfh every newspaper ediiov} tbotii ■Ui i® ..... l'fy .IIUWWpAlvr. ir .,*I m unroll nil pcrwiim offcf ¿V ■ flge «í lift y, and 6y wayot (ÜHtiticíioii, t¡#ll lfy-\U.i\w pit llixj rWlAm W(' ^,A,<*>vemm «lid nil h,nk-w<HW>^'*: ¡yí\m* Inawltir ley;1iouilu^l#it MC (W ■gm «tfiflraÉiSw .#* n%wt *•" 'trtóliwil i , ^pUflpJ.liave, I Uv*¡ W Jeorn nn<} about t Umknr.mH^ l by Hint .n wiiie,.pct on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 7 March 1865

> ... TfQRH > 'Jtfit ma «5 ; Bv Locisjt Mi Wiuiams. ^^V . y •* "• ■."(/} i,-j• .-¡J* ,"■>•'*'" Olí f yes, I miss thee, •Wrest, I am* desolate, ' ' ' w rV**^ f jgritrfjand ©orcv lieaít¿fow Wild tt;f*^5¡lijben filing fcaee, i íodih Heáv*n to hear BI||M|P|PfcÍfl^ If] t f. &JW í • • Gb/lyee, I miss tlise, fleaieat « ; .. H i te me and éarljr dfcy\ ■<¥%£■ v. .V; i* ^#d 3KSIra iiPV«-' ví A I trénd riiy lonely- Jiray. * Now, while Fm .wrHing^dear* ,\ , tyy* tears are tilling; hurt,' And my |íky deeiflVdaiWanO, At^jry, With ^my cloftda o'ercast ow / . % ;The darkest twtór^lívvwknown, ,v Are those I've piwwfVltVOiit thee. > 8o #dBy «bev háv. Of tfcy co& hard soMb^ fad, And niy spirit pinks wft1 in me,' v ' 1«. ® Btfiy<drt«d. :,', '•'•:> %•;• , . . •'*- ■•■:''■ ()ur youngest boy is sleeping, / In 4nilrt>eiH w>t't«nd s\\ wt • 1 wish t^ou conldit ImW beard' hiiii, His little 'prayerrepeat. He dged at ( iod to bVs*yt.>ti, , ¿ Ahd hi* Li'MIh i' lkey too, ^É| ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 14 March 1865

•S. ..Ci O U;N«T R Y M A IV. VOL.*. No. n ^ f f OrrtMoBt, Editor. I P-UvUW, A rffc. Comst* Toms. *\&«| «MARCH, 14. I860. Hi V* 1. ¿5t y*'?T^'*vT "' "" vflr.**"* «JHNOAV, this year coiuun •• tU rfstwnih day In April. / A Military KxRCVTtox,—Antonc ®MmW> • priette In Dege's Battery, e ewunty, wni hdia time i|i|^h|nHt martleled And sentenced to be shot to death with musket ty, crime of attempting to desert i Mwmy. The execution took at Qalriitoa a fw days ago. T*fl e minutes after the execution an order of respite was received from Goo. Walker. it was too late ; tile man was dead. Ricker was firm, looking bis executioners fnll in the face, refusing to be tied or blindfolded, and told tbem to aim at bis breast where be held his left hand. It Appesrs by the despstches to the Telegraph and the ¿Jews, tliat Chariest on Iras been evacuated by order of Gen. Beauregard. 1 lardee Is retreating and 8herman pursuing. If Sherman passes thro' South Carolina unharmed, will it not Mp l ho com...

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 — 14 March 1865

1 í \wr\i* é - s¡ A correspondent of the Loudou £>aily Telegraph writes J Upon reading tbe account in the morning papéis of the fatal results «which occurred to a gentleman from " . swallowing n nail, I ftlt muob rtgret that J had not, for the benefit of the public generally, made the following case known. A f«w year* since the landlady of the house in which I was .ivsidine, informed me, in a state- of great alarm, that ore of her children, about four veare ol age had swaliofcr- ed auail. «Site said that she was sure of the fact and that it was An iron nail about two inches long. She requested my advice a* to how to act, and as to whether she should five the child « dose of castor oil. told her not to give the child any thing to relax the bowels, and upon reflection I advised her to make the child a hard dumpling for its dinner. As I was quite aware that the case was daugerous, I also advised her to consult a medical man. This bhe did, and informed me that he quite . agreed with ...

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