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

COUNTRYMAN. VOL.5. No. 25. J. P. OsTKRHOtrr, Editor. llllrOtic'Autia Cennty, T< MARCH. Si. 1865. BT Any pereon wishing to swap a good pony for a yoke of oxen, may hoar of an opportunity by inquiring at this office. tít" Affaire in Mexico appear to be unfavorable to the Emperor, The imperial force have been de- feated in several battles with con- siderable loas. Gen. Bazfrie is report- ad wounded and 700 of the foreign legion deserted and gone over to the Liberals. So the Empire is by pettled. We have been asked -by several persona for information about the cotton thread of the Bastrop Manufacturing Company. We know nothing in relation theieto, further than that the LnQrange papers say H is a good article. They say noth iug of the price, nor the quantity it takes to make a bale. —, , ■¡■■H IdlK Mayor Macbeth of Charleston says he has advices from Napoleon that be will*assert the independence of the Confederacy on" the 4th of March, and. if necea wry support his declaration by arme...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 March 1865

ObbV Your Captain.—"What la my great duty!" asked an ingenuous youth when volunteering for the defense of bis ooantryVflag. "ObejP your captain," «aid his anxious mother. This was tlm true answer, The firat jsecond and third duty of a soldier is obedienco—prompt, un- hesitating, universal obedienco. How- ever difficult the duty, how perilous soever the undertaking, the soldier must obey hiB captain íylien the command is given : without obedi- ence, courage, endurance, military knowledgeSsnd skill are of little worth; with it, the feeblest soldier may become a hero. , Soldier, you have a higher Gap- tain. Do you obev Jesus, the Cap- tain of your salvation t He requires prompt, unhesitating, universal obe- dience. "My son, give me thy heart," is his command to you. Have you yielded obediencja ? If not hitherto, brother, yield now; and whatever shall befall you in this earthly campaign, he will bring you off more than a conqueror in the end. Soldier, obey your Captain. Incident in the ...

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

' • ¡pX- ... y ' ■ v ■ f _ ;:á¿ «■• '•"i ■ • <U* AfK**./' ¿ "'r' i ;v. • ■ .v® •. " 1 . ■ w' „ •vV , S'iflt vi, •*.,'•• 'íi'.i i fxjL •■ fr Lu-Sfio ! COUNTRYMAN. VOL.fi. No. 80. J. P. OsTBUHoirr, Editor. B*Uvill«,!Autia Coanty, T «• MARCH, 28,1805. íjfeSS TB? The mortality Among cattle in this region of country baa been greater tbie spring and during the past winter, tbnn ha* occurred before ill fifteen or twenty y oars. We pre* ■ame, from observation and reports we bear that one half, or nearly bo, and perhaps inore, have died, '/be general belief is that the want of gnu is the others conten among them* What the real cause ia we cannot say, but we chronicle the fact as it exists. principal cause, while nd that a disease prevails ' In consequence of the high water in Mill creek, our mail failed entirely the past week, so we are not in possesion of any late news. We understand, / however, that Beauregard t nd Shsnmm have had a fight in Carolina, and that Beaure- gard was wounded, ...

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

m An Ofvkr.—We insert the follow ing communication to the Galveston News, for the purpose of informing .the people where they can procure many things they need, 'without the necessity of importing them from Matamoros. We would remark that we would like to have a set of Chess Men. We dpu't know the prices wked for them, but will venture oiler any member of Company "H' who will send us a good set, a copy of the Countryman for a year, it we ■hall be permitted to publish our paper that length of time. to Battkrv Jackson, March 6, '65 Ed. News:—I saw an artticle iu your paper showing the benefit the blockading of our ports has been to the country. I' think there can be no doubt in the mind of any one on that subject • You spoke of what the ladies are doing toward making cloth. God bless them for their industry and loyalty. I wish to tlhow what effect the blockade has lmd on the soldiers. If any of your fair réaders wish a dressing comb, or fine comb, send their orders to the undersigned ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 April 1865

mm igjpTOB ■MMMiifei&''te^ te. • VOftfci ■ vol. a. TBYMAN. KRHuur, Editor. ■ellvilU ,'Austin County, T U. ¿APRIL, 4, I860. of We have heard the name Robert J. Town of Austia the present Secretary of StatfJ, spoken of for Govenmr. IIh would «uit 11 ' Though we made a Call for ■•me money, «orne weeks since, candor compels us to say that we hare not yet received the first dime under that call. "isr W« givo this week the new exemption law as passed by the Con federate Congress. It will he seen that it makes some changes in the old law. Pelrions interested will of course give it an attentive perusal. E,V;-V foir the foe that they may be received in a hostile manner. Lot them bf welcomed with bloody bands to a hospitable grave;" Gen. Walker, by issuing an order permitting exempts to join fof limited fiodn, some of the old regiments uow ¡u the service, and furnishing them with nmtoUnifion, arms and Nations, might, perhaps, considerably augment his present force, in an emergency. Wo thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 April 1865

Ruppllod mto tlie poet of duty, The new exemption law. they* atempted to cause. Ha For the benefit of all whom it may the matter of dnty; concern, we publish the last Exornp Grent numbers of men tion Bill recently passed by the Confederate Congress, and now the law of the land until farther orders. It will be observed that our law makers are hot on the trail of 'minis- ters and doctors: The Congress of the Confederate States of America, do enact, That the tenth and eleventh sections of "An Act to organize forces to serve during the war," approved 17th of February, 1864, be and the same are hereby repealed, and in lieu théreof there shall be inserted the following to wit: - Section 10/ .That an iaws grant- ing exemptions from military ser- vice* be and the samo are hereby repealed, and hereafter none shall be ' angnged in work, who ling ut aH for the cause. ! be sent to camp, and with old men m duy. Every should be in 'the doty. No detail be- should be allbwed except to act as a aic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1865

' . Kit ;1 r .<m t tfflffifc ; 3V ■-' '• '* : ■: ■ ' 3a .-iff í5i ;;$ *'v - ' r • / i-#>TSF ' ■ «tfíP '■' i fetHSSl! •' aSJi «T- • •• * '''•V:'v"v'i*,iUvS ¡®8¡BSalF 'J?*. ■ •■•• &*4m ?S ft v'-V..' ;Ui« Jill ml •j&¿jfeüfcflSBBffP:4WIW?IB!r' ?Í5 B P m,:% mti * 3í I a6™ iSma®' ii" ¿ &2 J* .•••''■> ¡V &m£ _ I Wra Vi Ü $ S ' fl^fE ...- £—_. í . *-^ V¿ MP :k .itK*- B fe. ,: ^1 '' ., 5, TEXAS, Al the i «irán well led and ¡Rap! of ''tlx' few SB k%m ti Jfl Good ^ # - - txi$ ÍP:ÍÍMI IBO. faco of this the four mlUionB of slaves of the South. Andfor what ? Tod - Hkmiia MIOCO.^OR JOHN JcMPEh —The Macon Telegraph says it hat ' .y been pot in possession of vhomOenérol bf M r r * wL ^ '',* ■ ¡¿v *•. I to follow U in tlv> truth of the Gov- -the Principal Chief ¿ nation. He is at pre- in the Provisional tateB, an shed ¡¡#w| I ' :heso are but the KuWlMi Government, ..T -, JpMH 8e available to relieve and unless the charity of conies speedily to the must die by hundreds and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 April 1865

COUNTRYMAN VOL. 5. No. 28. J. P. Gst'krhout, Editor. Bsllvillc, Aaslin Ceuuly, Texas. APRIL, 11, 18(55. 13F The Quid Nunc has beard Judge W. P. Hill proposed for C 8. Senator. t J Conventions are not all dead yet. It is proposed by some, to bold a convention iu Houston on tho first Monday iu June to select n candidato for* Governor. We are a dissenter. GT Gen. Magmder is again in command of tbo District of Texas, with its el celeras. Where General Walker has been ordered to we, have not been informed. There ba# not been the usual "flourish of trumpets in this transaction. Thk Exemption.—It 6éems to be doubted whether the Exemption law we published last week, be really the law passed by the Confederate Congress. We do not know. Let us wait and sée. . . Cbttikicatks for exchange of Old for New Issue of Confedérale noies arrf receivable for taxes; also, four per cent, certificates (bonds) are receivable for thy tax on coin, at the rate of 18 for 1, for gold, and 17 for 1, for silver. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 April 1865

VOL. 5 | THE SCHOOLMASTER. The wiiest observers have tostified that it is cheaper, a well a« mora agreeable and effective, for a State to teachers than armies and BELLVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL IS, 18C5 '■ i't IÍ officers of police; that tho well-qnali- fied schoolmaster is the most useful dtissn of any government; that it is • nobler function to make statesman than to hold the place of a statesman; that no siga of promise can so in- spire the snbliraest hopes ot the phi- lanthropist aa to set* the teachers of mankind assuming their true place, in the true spirit and with the de: votion of a work for time and eternity. Tho mother of profettions should be peotdlarly pure, lovely, of (mod report, exalted and abiding. She should be no hireling, no changt- Uor. But how is it/ How many gvod teacher* have we7 How many eminently $ucces Jkl? How many who aro devoted to the butineu in the love of it ? How many who use eveiy available means for improve- ment in this vocation, bearing it on their min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 April 1865

■Mtev m .countryman. VOL.6. No. 29. J. P. 08THRIIOUT, Editor. BalhrUla¿Au*tim OnatjTi Tons. APRIL, 18. 1865. Gy The Mew Brannfels Zeitung says that from the 26th to the 29th of March, over four inches (4 Zoll . II Iinien,) of rain haa fallen there far A line of telegraph wire ia in process of construction from Hemp- stead, via Brenbam, Austin City and 8an Antonio, to Brownsville. 'The preambles and resolu- tions of the Washington Oounty Vasa meeting are "as long as the moral law," though they breathe pure spirit of patriotism throughout. We hope Austin county will respond so soon as- the weather becomes settled and the streams are cresaable. At present a fall attendance could not he expected. Idf We have received the second number of the "Freeman's Cham- pion," a new paper published in Houston, edited by Sioux. Béliev ing that bis "clothes are good enough, he pitches in," right and left, to whatever he beiieVes to be wrong in piety and morata, or matters civil, municipal, military o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 April 1865

¡Sir m ik € & several I. ,«H'' prisoner . tedíroops turned to Mii ht. here § 4 (nal man. re cone Mrs j a i" ..«a ;t; i wx Search 8tl m ve of a Georgia unty, ^ tioued the of auebter t she ousts «nd «e v % vw w honor of * eei ■" ■ "l "-^|T5r g iff fWK' T-v,5i.if. I . v,!''' Í? ' ' «* y , ,,'S ■-' / .. y.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 25 April 1865

£¡P MfefeL. ;vv"." ... v;• . • -fMv, W\ W-"•• ■ '• <R • _ i L. is.: "k¡é' . 'ir*.'; 7vV't*>'v^:' liw E&Hfil mMI Elnii jf.gá .'* ¿£ SÉ^fyí.v 75, district no. 4, «12,60, district .liEP'T,) '6M r>. QKS. TRANS" SHREVEfi^l LA. March 4, i, district, t (iistrict'no. 4, ct uu. 5, wtriét. (iistüjítl district n«.*L district no. 3, cuneurned. district i. *c« island, baled, per Ib % 'mwr'il t-.-íT ' * ¿> ?* 2nd Lt. inrch, let; 1 win, 2nd. Lt. km i " T. Sauu- TjÉHÉÉÉ ti 1, 2 1 39 1M: with n r#l of <mr MK ;|pjÉ fee of fxít ,• f\$ rórXS43íi ?¡ ic information of all con for the information prices namea, nr.? untfl .further . the maximum which will be given the State of Texus by officers nod SCHEDULE OFFJtlCES FOR TEXAS. good, rough per lb 85 cents , " good, cleaned per lb 40 cent* - , , cleaned per b«, CO Jhtóo.OD Hog round, per 110 lbs J&.it.lWS 100 lbs Port, rnaat fed, Hog round per 100 lbs good, Morí in barrels per 100 lbs íseííVi* i, ftir, Oros , 100 ^bs 28 00 ood.Nett SU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 May 1865

L ■ -' * MM | M I, 4 ^■HRRRKjfl •#* «titavfi. ■ *tUj tuir*. mm * $ PAM BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY ráou akd n. HH>tobto< th hot tht i both Uncoln and Seward ha Hi* aaaaasinoted. Siibbvbport. April 23. Washington, April 13,18 r. The President, decretory Seward «■d M^jor Seward have been saa*inate4by «orne desperadoes to olgnt, evidently under aotne precon «wted arrangement. About half MM ten o'clock this evening a well dresaed person appeared at the bonae of S<*TOtary Seward and asked to M"V Hewas informed that he could not.upon which he said that he. had a prescription from Sturgeon General Dames which be was ceder- <"l to dtfUver in person; the servant referred him to Frod Seward; the latter told the stranger that he the muster of the honse and would take charge of the medicine, bat the desperado nfosed to deliver it and imrnillriv rashed past Fred Se- struck Seward with a but by the Surgeon Is pronounced safe—the dagger not having cut the jugular vein, or penetrated the bnas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 May 1865

• wiM««ii ' I *■— — —I'TntrM' ' M'timiMwINh «MMU4W .««A 'i «éM*4BHH(MÉÉAw>«s< imam THE 8P0RTS OF CHILDREN. jm ic of Iter motherhood. Sports, then, aré ^offumühing ntct ary ,up. foreshadowing of the future life. Nowy <he i fjrture life includes the eternal state. Education is also tip boy or rill U to 1«) IwreaiW; Put these thoughts together, and you wtH ev>oke the ^ thattlje •porté of* cjiidrqn aire good means of conveying religious truth. A boy's Paying at marbles with his fellow boy , gives tooiri fbr liiin to indicate the bent óf bis nature. fietace parents should be on the watch for the dis- po dtions of tli¿ír ohildren, as they may be indicated in their plays. for the purpose of making the play the vehicle of the religious instruction. In other words: play Is natural to children ; in play they reveal their characters—what they may be'in the fntur/j; and, therefore, their plays afford the opportunity of fostering what is good, and of correcting what is bad ha their c...

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

Pp-UNTR YMAN "** • ■ - 1 -||-||t «I II,-,,, i VOL. 6. No. 31 J. P. 0*tkumout, Editor. ■\t nu'V'th. ' É ■ ' ' ifcAY, 8. 1863. ■ 11'■ ■11 i' ,r '.«¡sag # Erratta.-—Oor typo ha* mittwd a blunder this week in com piling «be •• forms," placing the 4lb "* " " «' ■ "« ^ M A- ' — ■ n*i —TV—i - Tunes baa lost bin Man , Fanny. He off to any one who will bring her back, or that will furnish information tb t will had to herrecovery# a copy <>f iiia paper for one year, or a liber- al reward in money, feha la deacrib- ad lis follow ; Fanny ia a white mare, baa a whit# me and tail, about 8 years old, lfi banda high, baa very durk eyes, some would call thein black, uncommonly high withers, a black akin, which may baa Klt * ■« ***** w t thereby throwing it out of (omi y#t haired over, baa a Tub School Boom. It ia not difficult to diacover an intimate con- nection existing between the good schoolroom-—conveniently fitted up, and the good school. If the place where our children spend six Loara a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 May 1865

FIRST REGIMENT- Texas Mounted Reserves. JAMES W. BARNES, Colonel, j08iai1 Shaw, Lieut. Col., M. Austin lirynn, Major. Commissionki) Staff. J. McElkoy Montuomkry, Adj't, Lucius N. Halbkrt, A. Q. M, Isaac G. Sbarrv, C. S. 0. Company Officers. Co. A. Capt. James L. Dallas, 1st. Lieut. David 8. Hill. 2nd Lt. John G. Berlin, 3rd Lt. John Stribling. " B. Capt. Gilbert H. Love, 1st. Lt. Hiram Chapín, 2nd Reu- ben B. Nance, 3rd John T. Young. " C. Capt. Wayne S. Bishop, 1st. Lt. James McCowan, 2nd Lt. John Little, 3rd Lt. Andrew J. Robinson " D. Cnpt: H. G. Woods, 1st. Lt. John C. McCaskill, 2nd. Lt. Isaac S. Stéen, 3rd. Lt James .. W; Robinson. " E. Capt. Moses Unchurch, 1st. Lt. P. W. Baldwin, 2nd. Lt. Robt. W.Jeter, 3rd. Lt. Will- iam I. Taylor. " F. Capt. Jas. B. McMahan, 1st. Lt. Tlios. Ogg, 2nd. Lt. Isaac Nowell. 3rd. Lt. H.J. Saun- ders. " G. Capt. Stephen Applewhite, 1st. Lt. Jofm AV. Nanl, 2nd. Lt. Allen Lowry, 3rd. Jit. Louis Laishouce. " H. Cnpt. James W. Dodson, 1st. Lt. Nnpoleo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 May 1865

fkltoHk (íonntr *ÍW#*>#• V. VOL. 5 } gratitude? When as individual does an act for s whole nation of people calcu- lated in its accomplishment and offsets to he of great benefit and of tNtiflf good to them, that people ought to be grateful to the individual and record their gratitude in a man- ner becoming the importance of the event which confers upon them the distinguished blessing. Aa with nations, bo with a commu. nity. A neighborhood, a village, a frontier settlement, ought to com* memórate not only the deeds and exploits of. illustrious heroes; but even those of humbler pretensions, those who have never aspired to the honor of surrendering a gallant army in a time of national peril and mis- fortune ; even such should be en- throned in the love, the affitction and the veneration of a community who have been the recipients of the disinterested benevolence of one who endeavors to serve them In such a manner as shall be most conduoive to their wellfhre and happiness.. A communi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 May 1865

COUNTRYMAN. vo <*—-r 8. No. 38 J. P. Ostkrhout, Editor. MMU*, AartaCmtjr,Tini. MAY.- 9, 18Q5. > ■ .... Candidate .—Then) are now se rend cundid ates for Governor be- fore the people. We shall not trouble oornelves to announce, their Munea until we receive pay for so doing. Our charges for announcing candidates for State and District offices and printing tickets for this county are ten Dollars, specie, tf. Declined the Honor.—-The Grand Jury of Washington County, in grand convention assembled, re; quested Capt. T. T. Clay, who has been wound, d in Virginia so as to be disabled from further Military service, to become a candidate for the Legislature. Capt. Clay declines the honor. Sensible Captain- I. (Special to iha Telegraph. 1 Hie Herald's correspondence says that the paroling of Lee'B army waft completed on the 12th. The official report states the number of men to be twenty-six thousand one hundred . And fifteen; one hundred and fifty nine pieces of cannon; seventy-one stand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1865

m M&wm' r-%*TftiJlC'j VOL. 5 } BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 16, 1865 tutUjr ¡i tM ipUb maiUBi ^ — m f ^ m aMn ■■ IIMI iitni of potts provost ce of and m«v raftiftfil 1 " mm m ™ thajMUMt THE NEW C0NS0 Awn*, Texsa, March Mth, '65. Eo. Nbws i—The following letter, from the Et. Rev, Alex. Gregg, in wply to an Interrogator/ addressed to Mm by fte, hé haa kindly permit- ted me to send to you for publication in the News, If you plei^lH Yours, tniiy, BISHOP GREGG ON SLAVERY- Austin, February 93d, 1869- Dbae Sib :-™ Your note, of yester- day, reached ns this morning. Jn reply, 1 remajrk that the 10th verse of the 6th chapter of Revelations, to which you refer aa proving that slavery will exist to the end of time, forma a part of the description of the sixth seal. But, the tixthteal, According to most commentators, is understood to refer to the downfall of Pagahlam and the establishment of Christisnity, in the reign of Constan- tino, A. 1)., 307-337, and not to the end of the world j and, hedce,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1865

P ■ iHi lia"!trfr J. P. OSTHRHÓOT, ■allville, Antia County, Texas. 16. 1865. -©A (DI ATB8.—Tbeie aw ndw irfor Governor be. «pie. W¡e shall not to antiounoe tbcir ^ ~ |gni wn receive pay for bo doinjg. Our charges for announcing candidates ¡for - State and District offieea and printing tickets for this county ^jre ten Doll a rs, .specie. tf. We notice some improvement? "tlfth at the Court House. made to go up in the hall or pas^i^e' and other changes in the interior up Btairs. e tíow it seems to us that ¿fee an íás not become a can- didate for Governor yet. We have imrret gift oúr own concent to sup- jrortTriydf the candidates now be ¡fore the people. We hópé the right :dkÜ be presented. We nbd)l*#a]FiAnd see. Federal ac- , who killed in St. Mary's county, Md., and Harrold was cap- t|gfjJVTJJooth ba<J,- taken refuge in ift attempting his escape. thrpitfh the head. uhdrtíitand, Gen. Shelby our leading madWs «ftiy infténder, H th¿y *fcWte< ftfiWrbife- IPfy ' h«>d not IÉ||||é4r...

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