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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1865

srw •M I UU *B if. .YIMÍ M .!• . Without do#hi, wf .Mtf ¡am! criaif. has sometimes tnUülSett iftj own excitement for critical conjuncture in nationalaffaire, no danger oxiaqs «i this, present period of committing such an error. agitated to,ti u *s beat to be ad rW'dlsafcteh,* «a flexil £ laaus aad meas ¡>tedto Mpair our ^ -ná ftifasn ftcsb- jPj«Ü^lf.;^ft«lity of wilt^lgi cooauincy and heroic energy, into the grand cause which now ap- I>f on tlie ground of its intrinsic merits, but from be- neath tliat shadow which Providence baa permitted to overcast its fortunes. It is a crisis of thought. of determina- tion, of sagacity, «t- sacrifice, much more than.such a crisis as occurs in misfortunes. ¡Inward and lMtVfliifr ward, from tlie fact, that it demands of us new resolution and calls for a heavier draft upon those resources which Providence lias placed in our hands. How much of a crisis then exists ? Just so much as our want oí valiaut wHlar.d jVefflstrflt endurance nllo«r« to e...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 16 May 1865

JtÜ iú.... UmsMkiVua* Kerch 88, 1865. . feflrfjfMto OUBMN (m.1 (Jin di of •♦¿dbg, for publication i jrear,cotu*ae, aorae extracto froqj • látate frtdwatud to me by Lieut. Qh í Vf. Ik FwfMt. The lottor ii • I^Hnateé.and never vu designed for publication, but it* sontinjeuta «re •o jMrt* honorable to th« heroic soldier I who penned it, and tli«n¡ «re ' 'éiáBt M many weak kneed f ao<J é'r*ven«, tliat I feci I serva the good thea bjT Mkiug yo to gire publicity ■it «Mediation to the woeda of cheer which conle from thnt distinguished His letter literally contains "tfonght# 4iat breathe and words that burn," and I know ot no living DIM ,flf whom it can be more truly s^d, "oqe blast upon hie bugle born mora worth. a thousand men." 1 ana; gentlemen, very respectfully your friend, W. H- JUcAhdle. U'dqrs. fnamtar'e Cavalry. i March 19, 1865. ) Sir :—Your f/ivor of the ifiik fat* lias juet been received, aud I thank you for 4be information it contaius, • e e e • ¡flake the reverse position t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 May 1865

: II, , l-'Hi II 111 wnsr BELLVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 23,1865 í NU 34, ¿BBSS of tlM> Couolryw«D.) BSf, A' 20th llegt. TV I. i up Kyle near Harrisburg, > !'■ « Editor : Bpurouuded by forest grandeur an¿ prairie lovoHne**, I again • re- sume my pert* to address yon anotler efe* communication, that you and tM^lusf^of^our friends- inny know t hit' w«aro;«tíU- oér the land of the on Galveston Island, which placo we left on the ?ra intt;r bringing with wf- tlie sweet oonsionanesa of having faithfully discharged onr d«jfeff£lWw; as sentinels at the threshhold of our State fpr upwards <>f two years. We were pleased to l«a#d llMM hut. could not avoid feel- ing some regr«t at leaving a place «•adwinKl to ns by many, very many hí^y a&>fciatious, the «membrane© of which will stnorth many of* the asperities of our future path, let it ltfU| to frfomph and glory in bottle, or to shawo and humiliation in sub* mtetañf&,tfce heartless Despot who sVWMW'-tjA* politically. Socially BSf-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 May 1865

COUNTRYMAN. VOL.6. No. 3d. J. P. OsTttftHOUt, Editor. BeUrtlle, Autb Otut|, Tmu. MATT*123, 1865. Oandidatb*.—There are now several candidates for Governor be- fore the people. We shall not trouble ourselves to announce their name* until w« receive pay for so doing. Our charges for announcing candidates for State and District offices and printing tickets for this county art ten Doll a rs, specie, tf, M«y. Gen. Walker is again in com- mand-of his old Divis m. The boys are very much rejoiced. They foel good. 139- The fish won't bite." in Mill creek. They seem to be afeared since the Yankees have been some- what successful. What ia the thing of greatest neec In all the country round ?" Why, generally speaking, garden seeds are the things mos; needed These can be had of James Burke, the great Texas Seedsman at Hous- ton, He, also, has books of nearly all kinds, such as are in demand in the schools of Texas. He assures us that he keeps fresh seeds on hand «t all times; and such books as a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 May 1865

III. ♦ WL p I ■mppbppp _ POPE'S ENCYCLICAL. "rfTT ;J~ I3ELLVILLE. TEXAS, MAY 30, 1865 Í NO 35 i mom'. our venerable brethren, all primates, archbishops To patriarch*, and bishop* in communiou with th« Apostolic se '—Pius IX, Pop*, «end greeting and our apostolic blessing. Too know venerable brethren, with what can* and whflt pastoral vigilance the Roman pontiff*, our predecessor*, fulfilling Qie chnrge entrusted to them by our Lord Jesus Christ himself, in the person of tile blessed Peter, chief of the apostles, have unfailingly observed their duty in providing food for the sheep and the lambs, in assiduously nourishing the dock of the Lord with the. words of faith in tabuing them with salutary doctrine and in turning them away from poisoned pastures ; all this is known to you, and you have appreciated it. and certainly our predecessors, tr affirming and vindicating the august Catholic faith, truth ' and justice, were never animated in- their care for the salvation of souls by a mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 May 1865

k K^T7>- to submit their royal will according to the established rules, to the priests of JesusiJhrjst, and not to jrapose their wj| \Hx>n tho ." (Pint VII. Epiat fncjty- Din. satis, May 15, Tu arrays, but especlallj present, your duty, venerable broth *1 erf, la the midst of the numerous talsm^iss of the CUurch and of civil aodety', Yn View of tho, terrible ;IMM ¿gainst the citholtó Church and our A^atüriíc See, and the great aocum- tdtÜM of Errors—it is your duty, 1 'say, " before all, to go with faith to the Throne of Graoe to obtain me^ry and find .fitting succor. We hnve. therefore, Judged the moment to have come to excite the piety of «11 the faithful, in ofder that, with ns, and with you all, they may pray without ceasing to the father, supplicating and beseeching himjferv- ently snd humbly for instruction and mercy, in order, also, that in the pjbsoitMde of their faith they may aaeh -refuge in our Lora Jefus Christ who has redeemed us with Híb divine 'blood ; that, by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 June 1865

T.-, ¿MBS TI íi!. J,- Ifjl.V'.i ¡ rpirí'/kfniii'i, ¡¿tí '., i • i..... ..i BELLVILLE, TEXAS (íVWn the Telegraph,) w<¿i>t iu^o ¿eeession Mid tins ijjii of tlw .pojifo^owcy, from unit conviction of duty. Ww stood bytbe Confedeg>y na long a| I MS (ill our duty. _ PH. P £>y «a lo Hexiéted, and ftstuWiTd it with' nil i mid nVillty wo $j}h po s- i* crushed, and with it w crashed bttr loiic adhered to political v'mws. We hnvo now no jmlities, * v« njoiue , tin* wifely and security <Vf the society iií which wé HrW ' To that H*fij.y and are fo gh'e finite right s¿ statu sovereignty and •IP Jfllitt theory Of United States goVern merit Art'itriW eXplódifl. The question jof the reserved lights of Htfttas has ¡baon Settled by the sterol arbitrament of arms., That arbitra- Wu,jrho are defeated, must yn#ld to the deciBan bwdttse- We. can do Tl^e prist must be bnried. B7 gones. must Vhe •'bygoneh. Thin ift the only hope of society- in Tex* . A division. now, nny en(- courngement oí p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 June 1865

Wf i ÜP .:<•<> v:' 8 H NTRYMAN. 4*0. 36. hbhout, Editor. Austin Goonty, Ttzu, JUNE, f%t ' 6. 1865. indidatb8.—-There nre now 1 candidates for Governor be- We shall not slves to announce their until we receive pay lor bo Our charges for announcing , tee for State and District o#ccB and printing tickets for this «Otanty /«Dollars, specie, tf. This Is thé week for holding District Court in Austin County. A statement of what is done will be next week. mt The Masonic Grand Lodge of *Pexas yill meet in Houston next Monday.'. It is our intention to be there, DeO Vo'lente. BP" The Governor has' issued a proclamation authorizing the Sheriff) to take possession of all 'public property lately belonging to the Confederacy, and to preserve the «ame iorthe benéfit.of the soldiers and citizens of the State. mm Jeff. Davis, J. H. Beagen, Col. Lubbock and other prominent rebels were arrested in, or near Trevinville in Georgia. The arrest 4ff other prominent rebels in other ppr'yi of the cou...

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

M V $ 'l ft lí O.U YOL. 5 } BELLVItLE, TEXAS. JUNE 10, 1865 { NO *7. *W TIMES. C W . Ey. • Th# pa t few weeks have Wn ••V** nn editor . Events havs bwn of epch a , obarneter us to require alienee, or a rather <larkened, un- eatiafactory sort of discussion. It wodd have been ' ensy to exclaim, with a great hut unsuccessful war- rior: i "What though the fltfld ho lost t All is not unconquerable will And study of luvéngu immortal hate, And OMiruge never to snbmit at yield." Nor would It have been hard, under í)m elrcnmstances, to divert such a quotation oí ita accidental diabolical aaaoclstion . and to contend for the agreetusnt of ifucli Sentiments with honor and duty. How it nav be' with others we know not, hut, in our opinion, euch sentiments require but very littM elaboration. The more . briefly they are utatfd th^Aetter. Such feelingp ought rtever to be as- sociated wttfc policy, unless .Jt be a policy showing how they are to be carried out. The times do not particularly requir...

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

■i * COUNTRYMAN. POtfc 5. r .¿-«^asasE ■n r a % 20. ! ' r. F. OafrMHOut. Editor. BtBflllt, Autia County, Tem JUNE 10, 1865. th ' = Cawi datjm.—There are bow several candidates for Governor be fore the people. We shall not troaMe Ourielves to announce their Mum 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. As the mails have ceased, subscribers will call for the Country- man at our office, whenever they come to Town. IW We refer to the advertisement of the "City Blacksmith Í3hop." We are acquainted with these young men, atid hftVe no doubt their dili gence, industry and skill will pro- cure them plénty of work. Try them. ; * GT There is yet no candidate in this county for the convention called by Gqv. Murrah. There is, like- wise, no candidate in this county for the Legislature, for Governor, or any other office. We are therefore in a good condition for the "new ...

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

■F A I N BELLVILLE, TEXA$, JUNE |7, 1865 f NO 38. FOR THE GOVERN- MENT OF FREEDMEN, The following rota are established by Gen. Bcliofield for the government of Fnpdmeu in North Carolina. It will Be aoen that uégroes are obliged to Work, and thai nobody it to feed íbin tinta* they dot ormral obubbk——nff. 46. Heedq'ra, Dep'tof North Carolina, Army of the Ohio, j-my ol , N. C., May 16, itiina, "i ','65.) ■ ■ • The following rata are published fcif the government of Freedmen in NorthCarollna until the restoration of civil government in the State : 1. The common laws governing the domestic relations, such as those giving parents authority and control over their children, and guardians joontoot over their wa*ds, are in force The parent's or guardian's authority and obligations take the place ] thoae of the former master. 3. The former misters are con atitttted tibe guardian# of minors, and of thonged and Infirm, in the ab- aence of parents or ottoer near reía ti vea capable of supporting ...

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

•' . A"J ryv.: ' ipjwVWi^* . a¡£¿*>\ vJv- v";E [''• %■■ 'j* ^ ¡&Wií te ••"*v; ffifr I , ; •* M ^Ipl • .-■ i \> ••• :«;•', * ifSP • Tm.:% fSSmammaSaK MAN No. 38. itor. I|3É ^BS^íÉffiS Bollvillo, Autia County, Tt-jraa. JUNE 17. SI®! is «atad that Jeff. Davis' trial will not tako plaoe before Sep- t earno to Houston a "few days ago frot* New Orleans. His destination i unknown. ^ • ' . ..v'tyfoy ex . jitif v^'..' j j 'ifi-v iftüto'j.i■" BP"? iGkjn. Mag* uder ihas Mexifco.' r ■ gone to Jy?ws$r. te; otflie State Treas- urer w s broken open a fey days ago. by a band of Jayhawkers, and the ivpnaffe robbed of somo 17 to 20,000 dollars in gold. The silrer was noitakeb. — .. - ■ The re-appointment of Hon. A. J. Hamilton aa Military Governor of Texas has been made, and ha is expected to arrive shortly, at Gal- veston. .OH* had not arrived, yester- iy Considerable rain, fell at thi6 place last Suuday, tbus securing in mort instances a good cron of corn. This was v«ry opportune, ds had ...

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

I BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JONE 24, LATEST NEWS Tbi HprcH mall arrived Jiist sight bringing Houston dutea to the S3d last There in no special news udoUiMt. Orden have buen issued by Col. G. W. Chuk, commanding the Post at Houston dated Jane 21, 1865, the sulotaued of which we give «•follow : Order No. It Assume* command of the Post, and announces hi* staff appointments. > Order No. 4, announce® Captain WUIhuu Boyle aa Officer of the Day On til farther orders. Order No. 3 dated June 23d ia íollowa i "The freodmen in and around the aity of Houston are hereby diroete to reinan fcr the tlmu being with their former owners. They are Assured that by so doing they forfeit none of their rights of freedom. An ag-ut of the government, whose business it is to superintend (he making of contracts between the freedmen and those who .desire to employ them la expected here soon In the meantime the freedinen are Advised to be patient and industrious No encouragement or protection Vill be given to those w...

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

. 6Q, 4 ■ i J; ibífti f, y * © COUNT ÍMAN, VOJ* 6. J. P. Ostkrhout, Editor. Bellville, Aastin County, Texas. JUNÉ S4. 1865. The 34th Iowa, and five com- panies of the 114th Ohio regiments have arrived iti Houston. &• Hon. Lewis E. Parsons has bean appointed'Military Governor of Alabama, and Jad go Sharkey to the «ame office for Mississippi. Since the change in our mail arrangements, we have changed the day of publishing our paper. We üoW issue it every Saturday morning. "YV« understand there will be no Probate Court on Monday nftxt. The District and County ' Clerk's have ceased to exercise the duties oí their offices. But we understand the Commissioners Court will be held the first Monday in «Xuly. BP The Fannin House is still kept by Cob Murray. Its reputation as a first class hotel is still maintain- ed, and we have no doubt will so continue as long as it remains in the hands of the present proprietor. We tried its comforts last week while in attendance at the Grand Lodffe. ET...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 July 1865

mW 5«' r;; * f.4* saws *¿ •v !?« «•■ ■;■. i il® ':'®' ^ « v A-Vlí "A Tklíubaj'ii—In the Tel- ... _ . .n-'^irmiíitnryitij. *ito lwfi; áé'ífí|:ÍH .r ' j VOL «>. of> Jilhf. Prow the Houston " ' igr^j&'iBeue of tho Mtb, wé notice ' ' • 'teáÉrt ofh lafge and respeeta- «^'«•^teWwWg; «♦f u<ih citizen as Wire ' tfta* Hi theeity, convened for the • ¿"o yufarj anil under the "hotlco pub- « Ushed ki the morning pi peri," thin r ' «sooting adopted a eerie* oí reaolu- ' " .'«ten* ilk ♦he temper, aplrlt and '§ 4f which we most ¿oidf W fcelWlng ni wo do, that fhoy wow deaigned and tend fo effect out re- ttMfti Hito «ho Union quietly and " poaoesfoly, nrtd that tho resumption «fó*r 0 delation with the United ' ^ flljita^ fl/iVrifnmiint U tltA nnlv nmciAr OTnTrfl \jft)vernniem in mp omy juwppi tnoone for onr restoration to peace, law and ftfder. In the recent great BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JUL* 1, .■865 ; •SS jK,ytáira' 'w® the Sooth and jour Cortil, we hare been I, thé iaaue of anion Hi nor &...

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

ummmmrnssssímstL BP* Several persofls we learn, l ave|^m the Honston v.Tel been do^wn to Houston this week, bean traasformed-into good /vnd loyal ctjriz. ua of the United States, é&íszi&fc So the good work goes on. #' " tic , ites, Express Days and Carriers. I The following schedule we publish Ifor the information of all, concerned, lk« individual named, , we I each makp a trip once in two weeks, 1 ''Sfáre «nd I alternating on the days named: 1 'S3ÍW4ÍS!?W5r¿Sí ex§<M^lo r>e: Mondays, AChesley, J Ptfsterbout, I Wednesdays, G -idcb, F Palm. ti aro,im the VhFoh. We'Wll'the old ^ays, Z^W^Matthews, A Glenn. tSÍÍHÍíl iSÍ ™ OP* ''0T'® next Quarterly Mating $?*?'** ofBellvMeOiícuít wiU be held i this place on' fé, first Shndáy in Augtist nfad Saturday preceding. |gjj .uj. ,. .... gj. .1 ,f;fp o Itf I Bellvillb, July 4th.—The Ex- ii rtjrr /f. press arrived from Hempstead at 8 x ■ ■ ¡i I o'c|i>ck lastnjght. Nonews of im- ; v. Jv'P. O^rMlkdtfr,' Editor. ) t |'.{h "Í'Í : i.JUI/...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 July 1865

m&m PMBrál & ¿/jA Kfl :l- ;. ?í| aw* mi j • L1N- í. W i .. l'S l'KRSON AL Mlf UB88- MP• |W #i fflK" Mi « : « "" ' . i& CWjK tW, tUe nrtint ■ ' the> «tetare of "Ifo* '. Jft. «N¡ta&>M*tflj|iiiJI^ "• ¡Jrrocin- ¿".'ib;' lost *eety Lincoln,*? embodying tvminiscenoes which '*S; ; • 'f . :'..''í; . , V '• í* .• f '* 8AD ®W^^Í btinincM of my '*% stndjr the human ieeynowposl have slid r to Monda. Mr. Lincoln i saddest faee 1 ¿ver painted! me of the dM* daye of ;. and summer I saw him i Lb onre worn, troubled to .fcring tbyjuto the eye gf enemies. I recall day when having, th tough the main lie apartments,'! W up m BELLVILL?, TEXAS, JOLY 8 case of a somewhat noted prisoner1 ' • — wbo hhd been condemned to death I believe as a spy. A stfeng applica- tion had been made to haye Ma sen- teindH commuted. While this was pending, he attempted to eeeape from confinement, and was shot by the sentinel on guard. Although he richer deserved death, Mr. Lincoln told Judge Holt in my p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 July 1865

11 .' Sff^T countryman, K u i tor Bcllrille, Auetln County. Texas. 1S05Á :1- "ie? JULY 8, .rr. ,, . is^ reported that Albert BaU!" HM5 WlWiJlbfi; HáH béeft appoint- ed Ct&íórrlá CóflActOr hi that pott. Tito ¿aleotioh is regarded with favor. HP # e ,- lehrn thai tboío is a iltítavjityürii of soldiers al San Felipe, un $XÚ¿ command' oí a Captain. Weáre expoctihg a'det.ichment hoie, SQOÍ?. ' ttijílt' Agontloinán at a" whht party, whfcti Be pWpoiteá going homtS who urge<Í Í6' Stay á little longer.. 'Well,' he roplfod, "perhaps i may at well; my Wifü probably is already its mad as she can be*'' l*r Victo* Emanuel aud the Topo bave bacomo reconciled. The former is to, be Boón crownad by the latter iu Hottfe T^itk t€io title of "King of ti ib' Htt rh fin é, a titlo thiit has Hot been,in uffit for more tiiau a thousand years. :&i0' notice the order? of Gun. Graügei are published in the HouS- toil and Galveston papéis' as adver- t iseififtufs. while they do not uppeAr as snifi in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 July 1865

'-«la 4 VOL 5. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JULY 15, 1865 itl Ilunteville Item. I tuio^-toodle tnodlu, lutu tnm—toodlel What do you think of my ran-1 Namks ok tiihm y-skvkn P«i Uy Pfcov. Snail. 1 toodlej tutu torn—toodlo toodle, turo ning\tbr the lepifdalnre 1 J have nbnt Rkbkis ikpictkd fox Tbka My hou\ has been u lum ? *«"'1lhe dauce , frequently thought of late of seuding Wx.~The foUowing is an official exercised of UudBwh,S}u8 theniselves «bout in divers yon up some fine tobacco. 1 am a statement of nameta oí «hirty-aeyen QN DAKCING- r. Robinson | 3y paiuvd and exercised «vil nnd iniquities of ,hH|<1,"^,"5nti,tudM* "ml Some-[perfect tébacco-wonn myself and]persona indicted for treason in tbe|w«*k time*, üpou which w« h0VJ«nies a couple would prance up to imagine that every body else must I United States District Court, sitting I d Most prominent «¿King these <*c > <* •«'. th«n W would be as fond of it. I at Norfolk, Virginia: Montgomery IH 0*, '7L'1 ■ «1 él * ' " ■ 1 i> MI i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 15 July 1865

•t thfy&Wtb COUNÍRYMA ]>J j Military Division of the South-West, hh®l. * haa a for self protection villi per- mitted jo thaStat^I' Hi MM' ' 3 US JIILIaS.- - J865. ' e'atdh Netor & Attep ' Circular of the From} ^Wo have issu more 8omo Hi .,v. «to' - inpiw fully comprehend the meaning the twjtod*" WiSPS*' oí a newspaper ~ "'? nl1orM K" "" 1 kni'i JhHfáíto tfáWlt. imit dimmm*caminí 1 «sainji _ IIHprWtáí* idHu ai[i on li^e fUnrwDt' tsitirt t 'pAr- fojlfatlé jflU««ifn4fc¿t tm% *m& 1fóN|jpal¿4p 4lad áó:íÍKeWa>->ttft£g< tfowil toWling-rpric^;*! tú *íT<¡¿. $#!• JS*?* MML. ,, tty WjlAre (TO uson ce t ©1 il'wU — was,ever bti:4 " • " ir mf Uiiuu>*iiriti, "pi'-ni[> i | IjftQ.SiQiíAp.—\Tk ho*r \ of a. "'AWí'g Utkín tfkeuánnios-, n$te ste*íhftiia ,h& ..cvuiil iktawiM ^wk^m i>wi %>u anKf L-fW -) Ml ' d that lUlh^rCai Ho sayfi that it hap. alwAys Jbfr hi policy "to mak¿ nsy^hbOrhbei I I\J| Mj I AMI ,1^*^ — *11 — - M. n ,r rim f filial . ' fP^pOWSiOTü-TBt t...

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