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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 March 1866

I m - Engine let Loose—A Frightful Scene.—On Tuesday, persons along Front street, la Colombia, Pa* were astonished to see one of the large first- class locomotives of the Pennsylvania railroad puffing along through the town at the rate of fifty miles per hoar, with no one upon it. It appears that engine No. 317, ran by 0. Webster, was at the round house in charge of persons whose duty it is to coal, clean and get ready for service. One of ,their employees—a German named Adam Heifler—got upon the engine, in the absence of the hostler or en gineer, in order to move it back, so that he could coal her more easily.— Pulling out the throttle valve at full length, the engine became unman' ageable. and he, frightened, jumped off, and the swith being adjusted for the locomotive of the morning train to pass out, away went the engine into town at full speed, through the tunnel around the curves, up the river at a fearful rate, till just above the Chicques bridge where she came in collisions wi...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 March 1866

A SHABBY TRICK. A short time ago, a young lady residing in the eastern part of the city was the victim of a shabby trick «nj misplaced confidence on the part of a contemptible creature in the shape of a man. It appears that she was engaged to the fellow, and the necessary arrangements had been made, the day fixed for the nuptials, the tickets issued, the parson sum- moned, the supper prepared, and the lady had even gone to her room pre paratory to assuming the bridal attire, when, lo and behold! she was uoti- iied that Mr. —— wished to see her. The intended bride groom, after salu- ting the expectant bride with "how do you do V* informed her that he could not marry her: "her mother had fits, and she might have fits ; and therefore he was afraid to marry her, and she must consider this little arrangement about concluded, and any furtherproceedings in the premis- es as superfluous and unnecessary ?" After delivering himself of his un feeling speech, the < fellow took his hat and bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 April 1866

y ¡ .i, i 1 Jr, m ffil TEXAS •v ■ • ; ;j • ijH VOL. 6.} TIIE TEXAS COUJVTRYJÜM, 'J. P. OSTERHOÚT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, MELLV1LLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. raimas a —CASH— -Specie-—Single' Copy, 1 year,...... $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbbttmake a volume. obviasa I3P Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion. HTNo advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. EF'A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. Mm S3?" All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness und dispatch. To Legal Advertisers* Notices of the grant of letters testa- mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts tiled for final set- tlement of estates, if of the usual length, will bo published the length of vxfu'^'fl by law, for $5,00 •■••inblv in A'ti... V:>i. ' '.pi- i\i v '\<\ -• tova and adminu&'i-.for-!. ini-utíi nfrer receiving their letters, to publish in some newspaper printed in the cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 April 1866

rrm THE %tm Countrpan. j. p. ostbehout, edito*. BELLTILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 6th. 1866. The following persons are authorized agents for "The Countryman,*' and will receive subscriptions ana advertising* and receipt for moneys due this office t J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton &> Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. O. W. Johnson, Ban Felipe. 12 m'ths. m'ths. f 7500 Advertiaiof per Month or Tear. —SPECIE— 17* A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year, Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 1 column $ 25 00 é " .... 1500 i " .... 1000 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by the line, and to be paii for in advance, in Specie, or its equivalent &srsrwffisr®aatuis?ui Of Candidates for State and District offices, Ten Dollars; for County offices, six dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidatos announeed in this paper,—all the names being printed on the same ticket,—will bo printed and dis- trito ted to the several ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 April 1866

. / I • *'■ We beg to call tbe attention of our friends to tbe fact that we have on Land and are receiving daily large invoices of General Merchandise. which wo offer at the lowest rates of Houston or Galveston, DRYGOODS: PRINTS Sprague, American, Amoskeag, at 16 c. Bleached and Brown Sheeting, 4-4, from 22 c.— towels, Delaiues, Bareges, Lawns, Jaconets, toe. GENTS'FURNISHING GOODS in great variety. MILLINERY.'—Bonnet and Belt Ribbons, Braids, Binding, Bonnets and Hats, ¿be. HATS, BOOTS AND SHOKS. attiQQamwase Of all descriptions; Wines and LI quors, Oysters, 1 lb. at $2 25; Mack erel, kits, $2 50; Tobacco, from 25c.; Lea to Perrin's Worcester Sauce (genuine,) &c., &c. WOODEN AND HOLLOW WARE—a full assortment: Pails, from 12 75; Brooms, from $3 00; Market, Lauudary and Dinner Baa kets. CROCKERY—50 crates assort ed White Granite FRENCH CHINA. HOLLOW WARE—of Savery's Son's best. We will buy COTTON, WOOL and HIDES at the highest price, and confidently refer to our reputa tion f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 April 1866

A HAPPY WOMAN. "What are I to Mi rou singing for ?" said ire tou a to Mary Maloney. "Ob, I don't know, ma'am, without it is because my heart feels happv." "Happy, are you, Mary ? Why, let me see, you don't own a foot of Isnd in the world." "Foot of land is it ?" she cried with a loud laugh, "Oh what a hand ye be after a joke. Why, sure, I've never a penny, let alone a fut of land." "Your mother is dead V "God rest he sowl, y is," replied Mary with a touch of genuine pathos. "The Heavens be her bed." "Your brother is still a hard case, 1 suppose V' "Ye may well say that. It's noth- ing but drink, drink, and bate his wife —the poor crayture." "You have to pay your sister's board?" "Sure, the bit of a cravture! and she's a good little girl, is Jinny willin' to do whatever I axes her. ] don't grudge the money that goes for that." "And you haven't many fashion- able dresses, either? "Fash'nable, is it ? Oh y is, I put a bit of whalebone in me skirt, and roe calico gown spreads as big as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 April 1866

« jin o¿): 1 y '■ r lfiijt , t/O'üW nfti i VOL. 6.} BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, ABRIL 13, 1866. J. P. OSTKRHOUT, Proprietor. orines om rmhju's stork, ■ &ELLVILLM, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. 8vaia«a8wstt«r a&uas % -CASH— -Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six loontbi,... 1,50 Fifty numbert make a volume. MWB&«se2sr& a&vas* tW Advertisements inserted at 15 cent* per line, for first insertion, and 10 oents for each subsequent insertion. QT No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. BTA liberal deduction made on year- 4y advertisements. ** ««gut* W All kinds of Job Printing executed with neitnessand dispatch. To Legal Advertisers. Notices of the grant of letters testa* •mentary or of administration, and notices of accounts filed for final set- tloment of estates, if of the usual ilengtb, will be published the length •of time required by law, for $5,00 'specie j' each, payable invariably in •advance. Representatives of estates 3 A. — AI. - are (referred to the following a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 April 1866

ipjp ■ C|e (fattrpan. j. p. 03TEKH0UT, Editor. MSIíMIVIMÍB TEXAS* FRIDAY, APRIL 13th, 1866. The following agents for "The >ns aro authorized _n Jountrvman,*' and will receive subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for moneys due this office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Bandcliil', 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johusou, Hun Felipe. Advertising1 par Month or Tear. —SPECIE— tJ- A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 6 m'ths. 12 m'ths. 1 column... ..$2500 $4000 $7500 4 " .. .. 15 00 25 00 4000 i " - .. 1000 15 00 2500 ALL legal und transient advertisements charged for by the line, and to be paid for iu advance, in Specie, or its equivalent «LSriWWSTvOttaKBH1!* Of Candidates for State and District office , Ten Dollars; for County offices, six dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidates announced in this paper,—all the names being printed on the same ticket,—will be printed and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 April 1866

•# "• -m T, • lOVSTOli Folder & Shipman's card appears this week. Moat of our readers re- member Judge Felderof Washing- ton county. He is a reliable man as everybody knows. Mr. Shipman is also' equally as Well and favorably known. Give them a call. Geo. Butler has been long doing business in Galvestcpi. In addition to other duties he receives cotton* wool and hides on consignment for sale or shipment, and makes cash ad- vances. His references are well known in this community. See card. Persons interested in real estate, or wishing to rent houses at Galveston, will do well to first consult P. H. Moser, whose card appears in our paper. Persons desirin ? to communi- cate with friends in foreign countries in reference to their emigration or interest in this country, will find Mr. Moser just the man through whom to effect it. Nearly everybody in this and Washington county is acquainted with Gapt. J. C. Wallis and his brother, and their partner, Mr. H. A. Laudes, who are doing busine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 April 1866

^;-N THX DIRECT TAX. . " ■ " > ' • .•1,1 " í . •• i > - i We take the following interesting correspondence from the Galveston News: Orleans, Match 18. Ed . New .—You are aware that the mode adopted by the U. S. Tax Commissioners in Texas for assessing and collecting that tax, will compel the people of the State to pay nearly four times the amount apportioned against the State by Congress. Be- ing satisfied that the assessment was illegal and oppressive, I applied through Mr. R. Rose to the authori- ties at Washington for information, and now enclose to you the reply of Hon. £. A. Rollin, Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The very clear and fair exposition of the law given by this officer, will be interesting and gratifying to your readers. You will observe that the collection of penalty interest and costs by the Texas Com missionere, at the time of the assess- ment, was contrary to law, aud doubt less they will return the excess ao collected. If not, they can be com pelled to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 20 April 1866

VOL. 6.} C¡)t Corntírpait Ni '" ■! _ '' (i i_— — - _ — _i—| i—i_i—| |— _r — I_I—i J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. awiBStt&rouiroft subías a —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1866. { NO- 15. Ajwamttasn m&wiBS a Advertisements inserted at 15 cents iper line, for first insertion, and 10 cents fur each subsequent insertion. H^No advertisement inserted for less than |S3,00. BPAliberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. *m mm®* fépAll kinds of Job Printing executed -with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per Month or Year. —SPECIE— Cg " A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 1 column $ 25 00 i " .... 15 00 Í " 10 00 6 m'ths. f 4000 25 Ot) 15 00 12 m'tlis $ 75 00 4000 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by the line, and to bo paid for in advance, in S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 20 April 1866

.jm ii—WWN' WW"*""1' ' ¿ *< «"4 I €jt (fatirpan. J. P. OSTEBHQUT, EDITOR. BELLY1LLB, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 20th. 1866. Tbe following persons are authorized jents for "Tbe Countnrman,'' and will reoeive subscriptions ana advertising, and receipt for moneys due thia office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston Wharton & Sandcliflf, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe. 4iosr(bvsr(0iBatacrw Of Candidates for State and District officcs, Ten Dollars; for County offices, six dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidates announced in this paper,—all the names being printed on the same ticket,—will be printed and <1íb tribi ted to the several precincts in tbis county without extra charge. For print iog names on tickets without announce- ment the same charges will be made. ' There in «till room to announce several other candidates for several ether offices. Appointment.—Gustav Koch lias been appointed by tlio Postmaster Genera], to the office of Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 20 April 1866

W& >. rJllm ■mm K?T- M 1 o ■ ANNOUNCEMENTS. District Clerk. WE are anthnHjecl and requested to unnounce JOHN W. OOODE, the present Deputy, as a candidate for" District Clfrk of Austin County, at the next election. te* County Judge. I AM a candidate for the office of .Tttdo*' of th« roitntv Court, (Chief .TnstiedN of Austin county, and if fleeted, will discharge the duties of the office to the best of my ability. Election. June 25th, 1860. J. P. OSTERHOUT. County Clerk. WE are authorized and ren nested 1 announce Z. W. MATTHEWS, as candidate for Cqjtnty Clerk of Austin Dountv. Election on the la^t Mondav in June, 1866. te* Sheriff: WE are authorized and reouested to announce F. PALM, as a candidate f^r Sheriff of Austin Connty. Election. 4th Monday in June, 1866. te* WE are authorized nnd reo«e«ted to announce THEODORE H. t JTHN, n8 a candidate for the office of Sheriff Austin County at the election, June 25th, 1866. te* County Treasurer. WE are authorized nnd requested to ann...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 20 April 1866

•\ A Curious Circumstance*—A. young man by the name of Reeves, who nas.been living with his father, about four miles South of Ooffeeville, in Upahur countyr hi this State, was «nested last Friday under Angular circumstance . He has i been engaged, ainaetba sturender, as we are in- formed, in wagoning, and, according to his own aoeount, had been on the Mexican frontier. He recentar made his appearance in the neighborhood with a wagon load of goods which embraced such a variety of articles, and he was selling them at such low prices that it excited suspicion, He had, amone the collection, dry goods and groceries, sardines and oysters, a large box containing cans of con- densed milk, two barrels of whiskey two bundles of printingpaper, and a keg of printer's ink. He was selling double-width cassimere at seventy- five cents a yard, and other articles in like proportion. It seems he could give no satisfactory account of how he by these goods, alleging that he won them at a card table in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 27 April 1866

m BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1866. UL. 6. lof jre Cwratrpan. J. P. 08TEBH0UT, Proprietor. ornccovER enoblrs's store, BXLLViLLE, AUSTIN COUNTY. TEXAS. \ QvasvassoiDar —CASH — Specie—Single Copy, 1 year $3,001 " " " Six months,... 1,501 Fifty numbers make a volume. SABBATH EVENING. by L. m. w. Soft the evening shades descending O'er the quiet Sabhath day, Crimson clouds, with purple blending, In the twilight fade away. , shouting, "Gut oat of the way, qigger «ad Yankees; thin is the white man's day once more in Washington.**— Let ns celebrate the white man's day n Iudiana. Let them take their aide of this Í3sne and we will take stirs. Let them tie to Congress, and we wiU, step by step, keep equal pace wise raeai curled Bv tbe crispy Western air, While the sun with banners furled Still leaves his glowing footprints there. And tbe waveB are lightly stern t luwaiBwissst raguas 5 f IS"" Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for e;tch subsequent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 27 April 1866

.■!>> "• «I"" ''«WW " i FRIDAY, APRIL 27tli. 1866; The following persons are authorized gente.' receive agenta, far "The Couutrvman,'' and will ' i subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for money due this office: J. «. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & SandclifT, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe. ^S5v55555555 Of Candidates for State and District ofllccs, Ten Dollars; for County offices, sis dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidatos Announced in this paper,—all the names being printed oii the same ticket,—will be printed and d¡R* tribi ted t<> the several precinct in this county without extra charge. For print ing names on tickets without announce* rnont the tame charges will be made. BE—■— We Call attention to new an- nouncements for office this week. The Lodge meets to-morrow night at Masonic Hall. ' The Methodist will commence a quarterly aud protracted meeting at this place to-morrow. Sickness in the editor's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 27 April 1866

W~! . U ■ • " y W'-'T, vTgp \% $£•' $ "A-i .frar, i i i j V ¡}Sff : %5 ** . '**♦ ' v v.-f}- ."7# .- ■ -AvPP::"' $;-5sV 'í !j ■ ■ ' -' L:v ¿.'' v"'' v', . • • ® « ■" " . ' are authorized atod reqi ice JOHN W5 CMK50E, th r, as a caMiflrite' for I nested to e present District w™?***.r iswtSrtísa. ™w tibe State. It has not, however, "ded the pota that men ' WE are autboriifefl Ita announce Deputy CL JBMMHP* GOULD candidate for the oflre of Dmllct Cfcrk .f A«.Uu County, ,t th. County Jwfrr. I AM a candidate for theéffice of Juno of the Count* Court, (Chief Juattce) of Austin count#, and Ir elected, inl! discharge the duties of the office to the best of my ability 1Q6R. J. P• County Clerk. WE are authorized and requested to announce Z. W. MATTHÉWS, as a candidate for CónKTY Clerk of Austin County. Election on the last Monday in Jane, 1866. te# Sheriff. WE are authorized and requested to announce F. PALM, as a candidate for Sheriff of Austin County. Election, 4th - Monday in June, 1866. te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 27 April 1866

¡asstus V r. of hiaattitnde and «1* eatren* anxiety BÍwrtlMitórt'i, "Jhor..^., WWd in *11 languages. Pnunpt atteatfaa «*!• lo all order frum the country. T. £. BYRNES. iprt>flS . A. If and the South. ügoronaly pounding the or 000, Who is strf tollina bit hood* imploringly towards Mr. Johnson and the Constitution, • and struggling Vio- lently to fot to them. Mr. Johnson, looking out upon tbf straggle ex- oUims: vDid anybody ever aw the lib/ I sent thát boy oUt to bring Us little brotherin put of, the cold, and now see—the child wants to eoaé i bock arid the raécal won't let hitnl He is actually holding him OUt there aad wallowing bim in the mud andiinow i" . Somebody ought to let that big boy know that Mr. Johnson, tired of ex- post ulsting and scolding in vain, is rapidly benito^ dowÉ upon bin, arm- ed with a long keen hipcb, evidently intent on annoying pja rear, lie had better straighten up. «ven if it costs him his bora on the liltle fellow.— We are assured by sdme of the wors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 May 1866

■ i: m ■ . /./ .M •' -Km "!) 3fi1> VOL. 6.} BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1866. C|e Cramírpan. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over enoelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. * . > —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty nnmbera make a volume. 17* Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for eaoh subsequent insertion. BP* No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. BTA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. «$>& OT All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per Month or Tear. —SPECIE— A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 1 column $2500 i " .... 1500 i " .... 1000 6 m'thb. $4000 2500 15 00 12 m'ths, $7500 4000 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by the line, and to be paid for in advance, in Specie, or its equivalent. ESTRAY Advertisements handed in by the Coun ty Clerk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 May 1866

*. * y< ■ ^ * ■ — —il"1 " á ■Ml Li a /if A<4liá*«VáAIIAA^Aá<i^A/l# íbgt cuMrpait í '• J. P. 08TERH0UT, EDITOR. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 4th. 1866. The following persons are authorized agents for "The Countryman,*' and will receive subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for moneys due this office: J.N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Sand cliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe. ávsmvsKtauavtt Of Candidates for State and District offices, Ten Dollars; for County offices, six dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidates announced in this 8kper,—all the names being printed on e same ticket,—will be printed and dis- trito ted to the several precincts iu this county without extra charge. For print- ing names on tickets without announce- ment the same charges will be made. Observe the new advertise ment of K. & K., and give them a call. There is a Senator to be elect ed from Austin and Washington counties. _ _ Per...

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