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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 October 1861

of the 9th .Rogers, of Col. that •J' "4PÜÍ t at 00Be, having received that thejr would to Galveston.' This regt- r at la la a Ugh otate of discipline, aoá prepared for immediate «enrice. W** '•«« that the men held a perfect fubtlnr at the pm.p**. rf entering •P * *«ive service ; and we believe thejr will m4tó a maik wherever thejk «o- Col. Ptirsous parsed throng* town late yesterday «reeling, jn ad- rao«o ot the regiment. The first halfsf the regiment will pass through to-day. QT Chaa. Anderson, brother to the Aunter Anderson, who has been re- fidiqg in San Antonio, for the past tW0 /•*■. wceirtly diapoaed of bin property and atarted, with bia family t'ur Kentucky. He waa arrested and held u* a prisoner, while bia family were permiued to depart. ^ frown, of Georgia,' has ttdegrapbe^ *he •Secretary of War, urging iiiui u> aeud back five armed regiments of Georgia troops, to as- aist in the defense of the coast. Oüiláltt NO haao Quarters *LRkq. *5d. ) ItkiGAua. i exam Militia. >...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 23 October 1861

Attempted SaiciiU ofCoL Alter. . The following extract of a letter from a gentleman in the brigade oí Gan. Wiae, gives information concern- ing Col. Aldar, known to some of our citiwna as a toi ditant Oarilmldiun officer, who officiated for a time an engineer in Gen. TVise's column, where be was looked upon with distrust, re- tamed to this city, and again made an. effort to attach AhnsuU to our Western forces i " A person calling himself Colonel Alder, and who had represented him- self as having been an Hungarian of- ficer came in'full uniform of u Colo- nel in the Confederate service, into the camp of the infantry and artillery of the Wise Legion, commanded by Col. Henningseii, at Dogwood Gap. He claimed to have been sent l y President Davis to Gen. Floyd. Ah ft. had been recently ¿Bcertainod tlmt h« was an arrant impostor, being re- ally an illiterate German Jew, and ah he waa strongly suspected of being a spy, ho was asked for his pass or commission. Having none to show, he was s...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 October 1861

v ¡r " - miT: ■• - M : '%$ ■:■ .- < : ,*;:• ■ v v. ; VL. 2. | tvl'f '• í # BELLVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 30, 1861. bell vi lie countryman '.1. y, Oitü HOPT Prtfriitir ornes m cou.v.tiitman uuilimno, MKLLriLLK, AUSTIN COUNT y. TEXAS Bwjiawwwivu aut^ia* Osa Oayy Oao Tewur.C* $2.50 <> • <Upy,(PfbU t th, nd aftk. If.arj 3 00 ; Hftjr tm.nbur nmke u yrw. wf£pJ$^L.,wí ,h"n ono rw WH CflTVopafttr dUcuntluawl outll «II urresri fc« or All kind* of Job Printing rxieuteil with •it MBtacMiMil lUpMrh. A LVAH 0HE8LEY, £*- Attorney and Countelor at Late, ¡Will practice in th District nu I inferior OouiU, throughout the lot Judicial Dls- tHot. Office In the southwest corner of the Court House, BelWllle, Texts. [48tf B EN. T. HARRIS, Attorney ami Couniclor at Late, BSLLVILLE, Austin count;, Texas. D* K* ML íC Ht in pitead, Tczat. May bsfou nd (it hi* resilience when not jivoftwaiMiMtly «ugiged. [vání-ly. E, JJONNKY, , „ Phytieian anil Surf ton, Will attend promptly to all cull* in bit iroffes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 October 1861

J. T. KiMBBOUGH, Editor, pro. tern. L yjLLE— TEXAS. T.OOTTL30,1861. county, a. a the Second Dis- uthorised to announce F of Trsris county, u Yotfu frAtn fI,a RnfionH •vw IIVUI vur wuuuu u November. • w.tfSykfrtf.twttoriMd to wnonnee C. v. HERBERT, of Colorado county, as a " JCotofrre in ion in,November. earea >hori«ed to announce Hon. ~ Washington county, an iresentative for the Se- District. • • are authorised to announce 'ATE, as a candidate for the Of the Confederate State* Elec- Wednesday in November next, _ We are authorised to announce A. GLENN as a okndidate for Surveyor of Austin County, at the November 6th, 18(51. _ 'We are authorised to announce S.HAYFORD. as a candidate for County Surveyor of Austin County. Election Wednesday November 6th 186Í. De Bow's Review for August, is upon our table. It abounds in lit- erary, industrial! political and agri- cultural talent of the mást select kind; it is one of tbe best periodicals now published in the Southern Confede- racy, eac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 October 1861

. • •MJ'* I «3d. IUTIA. .81at '01. hav No. (10) ten, of Austin; the free itauts of said Beats, the ages of 18 and 45 years, le to perform duty in tlie Mi- ilia of the State, will assemble at the i in their several res- pective heats, on Saturday the 9th . day of November next, and then and there proceed to élect iu each of said Beats, one'Captain, one First Lie* tenant, one Second Lieutenant, and -ooa Junior Second Lientenant, all for service in the 2nd. Regiment of the 83d Brigade of Texas Militia. The following named persons will -act as superintending officers of &aid «tactions: Precinct of San Felipe, Beat No. 1 R. B. Penn. Precinct' of Hartsvillo, Boat No. 1, Wm. Guyler. Precinct of Travis/ Boat No. 2, E. Oleveland. ' Precinct of Sempronis, Beat No. 2, P. O. Htekman. Precinct of Industry, Beat No. 3, Robert Voigt. Precinct of Shelby's, Beat No. 3, W. B. Witto. Precinct of Bellville, Bent No 5, B. F. Elliott. . Precinct of Oat Springs, Bent No. 7, M. Hartman. Precinct of Pec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 30 October 1861

gp . ¿H' . Front «be London Official Oainttc. SagUa<M« the Patted State*. Extract of a dirtpntcU from Lord &y«Qi to Lord EumcII : Washington, August 19.—I hav A# honor to trauuiuit to your Lord «Hp herewith a copy of a tiotieu ti tin* State Department, which lias ap diu the n«w$pap«ra thia morn It declares that 110 pei-nona wii fallowed to go abroad from a por the United States without a puss fort from the State Department, or passport countersigned by the S< retary of State; and that no person will be allowed to laud in the United States without a pnKsport from a M in tater or Consul of the United Stat or (if a foreigner) from his own g< eminent, countersigned hy the Unit . States Minister or Consul. The no tice has been issued without any pi ▼ious communication on the p u t the Secretary of State either wii me, or so far as 1 know with any ol my colleagues, nor has it yet lieen Officially' announced to me. The London Post remarks upon (his, that it is a most uncivil a...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 November 1861

im* P a¿,-. stort, '■M •X Hf«.- nP '•#■* r Phr Y f MSB BELLVILLE, TE 111 NOVEMBER 6, 18*1* , bl«rM 1 * fcBLLVILUB COUNTRYMAN i.á UMiwP • WICK ti> coowTitriiAK •riLDm a. MMNM¿iwrur cwwrr, tjcxai tmdnftkti— fifUmWtlwfrJ ■Ap|H|p:, ¿ j.; I ■ ;brltMlkwMtrNr,p«j* 141 an* *A kta* <rf Jot, «sawtod wM, ADDRESS of %|0N. JON. 0. BKECKINRIDGE, aavnaa moplb or kbntucky. In the hit you conferred on mo the of Senator in (he Con «ressof the United States. It) March last, when xaf terra of service began, uui i(ni(i nai the Union had been dissolved by the „„„„ withdraw ] SUM. 4¡ch hav oceD the polk/ of ooeMion has tinco in- creased . to twelve State*. At that time a majority of the people of Ken tucky still cherished the ■HHHHHi hope of yn—efal nt.au ion. Soon afterwards, (ke Government at Wasbin: meed that serien of usurpations has now left nothing of the Federal Constitution, and reeolved on a war efsubjugntion against the with- drawing Stales, to secure anion and brothemeod, yon determined t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 November 1861

WW DAVIS. H. STEVENS. -State at large, J. D. McADOO. District—John Ireland, Jus P Neal, J D Stall, N B Charleton, Wm Stoadman, H R Latimer. óonjjrw.. 2d. District, 0 HERBERT, >«W- ;«•' ■ <iXI.IHWWll.ll - i . MM FRED TATE, ? W CHANDLER. A M LEWIS. For County Surveyor, 8 HAYFORD. ▲ GLENN. For Coroner, 8 HOWARD. |£ " Reader, excuse our pen and •cissors this week. We are in a httr ry;und want to go to the election and « socdolager" for Jeff Davis* we get through voting for ''••St boat on the ticket, we'll re- tarnand try to do better next week. ■ , m Mr. Fort arrived at thiB place on day last week from the war in Vli|pnia, where he baa made himself very aSeftrt in scouting expeditions. He bat with him a few trophies, in the way of fire-arms, taken from the Yankees, while there on scout. He is la fino health, c-v ir. m i ir 'n^ ;¿ Jaca Faotrn—Look out roa Pic A VMS' Bütlb r.—-On the 31st ult., a Croat fell in this vicinity, in the bot^ans sufficient, we understand to kill vogatatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 November 1861

i WW «MI lolly 18 and 45 years, duty ta ttie ll{. " astemble at the #.'wwi*Lá ^Mswr _ i Itiw tüE BVATM OF TBXA8, W. ""*** ( • County of Austin, f T Mf LmafuL OffUw in nid CtuiUjf,-- Saturday the 9th , ¿ta tttai and bu Amfmwi* «W i* ««Mf #aid Beata. oae Captain. one First Lieu- tenant, MM Second Lieutenant, and «as Junior Second (jii<Dteunnt, alt for •enrié* hi the 2nd. Regiment of the S3d B rigid e of Texas Militia. The following named pursuits wit) act a* superintending officers of «ai «lection* r ; Precinct df San Felipe, Bu at No. 1, R. JL Peon. Presi si net of RartsviUe, Boat Ni Win. Guyler. Precinct-of Travis, Beat No. 2, £. Cleveland. Prectact of SeuipronU, Beat No. 2, f.q. Hiokmnn. Preciact of Industry, Boat No. 3. Robert Volgt. PreclrtCt of Shelby's, Beat Nii. 3 w.'B. mt«. PreciiK-t SiBullville, Beat No 5, B. F. Elliott. Precinct of Cat Springs, Bcut No. 7 M. Hart man. . Preeinst of Pecan G rove, Beat No. 8 J. N. Daniel. Product <4 New Ulm, Beat No. 9. Ilobert Werner. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 6 November 1861

mm:,,, ■ r~"ePr ' " ,W> , " •' ■ *V ■ ■ Í 'Í ->'' ••';#% t> w. • • '■ H III tare with its whom : hold- MS tomtt- m other this Státe «f á Federa /ed the people i loto the arms for South- ted to the i prow, or suffered, that Wyould have the indignities ant been indictee by Federal soldiers. , you have not to of a Legisla i and tax bills write or woAd nubaervieney to every of the Federal despotism, and of ovary right of the { but you have to ' which respects nel- orlawa, and which, reduce you to the 'prostrate and bleeding G«n. Anderson, the mili- r of Kentucky, announc- proclamations, that one who does not in opposition to It would the idea if he hadad tion to it.— Of our State new protectors, the freedom of They seise Upon mere •Í upon t law*. Other without war* out of tbe State of habeas corpas armed bands the peo- old and whose by the beeaeempd homes and fluni and exile and German i orders of Lincoln tea. While ' political i lew* my home and fam Isonment and exile. f% did ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 November 1861

VOL. 2. i BBLLVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 13. Í861. THE bellville countryman j.T. OlHUOfff Pr«pritt«i arricie i* covmthtmam iuilumo BtLLVILLK AUSTtS COUXTY, TKXAS. a v ii s * ax itHTua Jtitaaa Om Oepjr Orno four, (' •*—*->) ■ .$0,50 OneOopf,( "**indo/tUfé*,) 3 00 UT my aa albor* make jr«u r. ,.ry Siib«<riptloiMrnr lata than oa« year, pay bit I yp So dUcoutinuod oatil kit arrearage arc mUll. (7* All kind of Job Printing executed with n«M)i< HH mil lUpatcb. From tbs N. O. Delta. IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. Capture of New Orleans /-—Hoto it •was Done /— The Greatest Victo ry of the War /— The Bloodies* Results /—Pumpkins for Two / The sad and disastrous capturo of this great commercial mart, the- prin- cipal .cotton depot qf the Confederate States, has at last reached the North and is doubtless now flying, with all the rapidity and accuracy of tele- graphic communication, all through the dominion* of King Abraham the Frst. Starting at Louisville, a wo lire duly informed by the Telegrap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 November 1861

-1* * i ■ J THE COIttTKYTtW. J- ,1 • K-IMhrui'üh, Editor, pro.tem. BELL VIL LE— TEXAS. WHDNBSDAY, NOVR. 13.186Í. ty In behalf of fh<? Editor and aoldiera, *e return thanks to Miss Dolia Thompson,- for a package of linen Lint, to' " heal the 'bleeding wounds" of the soldiers at Galveston, if any should be, but we hope it will not be needed, notwithstanding this will not lessen their appreciation of the gift from the fair donnr. The package has been promptly forwarded. ty Arthur Kopisch ofOat Springs, offers great inducements to cash buy- ers. in the way of merchandise. Gjve him acall—1)h sella cheap^ On Friday morning last at 3A o'clock, A.Mt the Confederate Schoon- er Royal Yacht, commanded by Capt. Chubb was set on. fire by the Feder- als, and all on board, 15 men, either, killed or taken prisoners. The Roy- al Yacht was stationed off Bolivar int. The fire was seen from the land and boats started thence. The boatfwas saved without much dam- age being done. The cittlassesof the Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 November 1861

•; ■■ \ # # • &'■ ■ ®? ¿te * ..... , '•> •• i-*.-Sv#* * ■ ¡Uf , , * 8 ■ %. ' f lii «•AT"" ;?••' ' ••:«.', ^V , hffiy.t'% | RINGS. IB KÓPISOH, ta1*-. S".1" . in >v- ' 1 on bud a Large Slock of fMtVl $2# BEEF 11 BEBFIil r Which he offer toAe Public '■i, rot OAS XX, in consideration of the Hard Times. , I "¿V •'...' ,V ■ «% , - ."I I#" The Public In general are in- cited to give liira a call before pur- cbaaing elsewhere. oat Springs, Nor. 13,1881. {16tf ' * Maeatee, Itaflbrd St Co., (4aNHMTI Ml 7V W. WUtmtrsk.) OpTTON FACTORS, Ani Oensral Commission AWD FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Houston, Taztu. Particular attention given to the ship- ping, Mlling and storage of eottoo, wool, ■idea, and all kind* of country produce. Mo drayageon cotton, &c., consigned to ua for aalc. Merchandise forwarded with dispatch. 4-tf I will ftirnlah beef to the people of Bell- ville and vieinity, during the coining aeaaon i St the following price*: Fore quarter 3 cents . per lb. lliud " 4 cent* per lb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 13 November 1861

mrn *?: J poned to positive starvation because __ the of ap. of the persistent madness of the peo \ in In regard to P1* composing the American Union, _/ ítimHiiafcrií «apply of cot- Aw we bound to abetaln from inter- rhiiinidiii deener and mom ah- tewnce under the preaaura of circum stance, wbicb have originated in I Stomal. now apeak J****! "A-*"* Proini*< of mU ■tops to prevent the ca-1 'ua^ exchange t At present however, must rspult from a want ' • not uece8sar)r t0 **>« p< iut WW material as • matter ol t0° fin«- The Economist may be yiMte PBOfSiitj. The following i«|riS1,t in 'ta ««"trance of then being from tba Liverpool Post of 8e|lui- MI) abunditnce °* cotton brought Hill j I Liverpool; and if our cotemporury Have we rasHlfd tba aituation iujt/an on, there will be no lc teferwnee to the Northern and South-1CHWOn for Bodying too intensely the ara States of tba Union ? Have wel,HWB °f nation . But, in the menu- l%btly appreciated the consequence t'me* ®,U88'H baa set ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 November 1861

*■ I Í$ÍÍ4ÉS'^ÍJ ^>... " . . I " ¡* ■ 7> BELLVILLE, TEXAS, NO 1861. AwnriiH Incident. B £ tiLYl LLB* OOUNTBYMAN 9.r. —t—opt f¿¿yri«u/ «met I* COUNT RTMAff ■ 01 tOIK «, , austin Qoutrrr, txxas. ti anuías 300 r Mstwn amk* 7«ar. i for Um Uuui ode yw, pay «SmSmmI an til all vrimtM urt irnlfl. . CV*AI1 fete* of Job Printing «xeetlud wltb iwntit nuil ilqmtirh OAITMTOR. Galveston, Nov. 9th, 1861. itr. Editorr Many of my frienda. vbonl left '¿ ¡ne, requested me to •ritf h> "> and tell them all the ut«ti '• *^ar4gnli1iiq that transpised and just a very little that didnt. Of course all your readers, are on the qui '«•m for news frogj)G«l'%*t<>n, and 1 hare not Ahe*smallest doubt but that ; a few facta from this place, wh^lier they ever occurred or not, would be '▼W7 interesting to the readers of the particularly so if Now for the and the trou- 'ble, Inconvenience and* expense, oí1 purpose of giving Jbenefit of ¡flatter) _ ^foresaid the Cohrtnns *of the Mtion of some of .the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 November 1861

w é i Til COUI¥TRYITiAIV. J. T. Kimbbouoh, Editor, pro tem BELLVILLE— TEXAS. WBHmn>AT« WOVE. 20,1801. l=y ©. SW. ©udtcr ju ®^flj)píU #111 Will fftr ben ©uftrl (Saftor Ctl Süol). nrn, citteit Cottar fiiujjifl Gent bqaljim, tontn ftBgcJIfffrt an ii)n otoer {¡taiimme ©tore in $cmpftrab. I3T Gov. Lubbock' Inaugural ml- dress is a short, but pointed and well devised production. lío advocates a hearty support to the war, strict econ- omy in the disbursement of the puU lie fund, proper protection to the lron- tier See. Tho inauguration corenio- niesand ball wo underetund. pasfjed off very harmonious. E x-íj o v. Clark delivered his valedictory, a copy of which we have not soon tíiough we learn, his remarks were very appro- priate. ' I)b B(jw.-~This interesting period- ical for October and November is up- on our table ; as usual it abounds in much interesting, useful and entofr taining reading matter. If you want • good periodical, one published in the South, and deserving of patron- age...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 November 1861

J, y#-'-- ' S 'y,/: . - T \ ft, $:•> mim mmm V ■' %• 1 /*> '■. tv t W*- 1K^ *v> ■ M i jám §wá WSfaral IW ' ñéimld of the 9th , BEEF! BEEF!! BEEF!!! * new from lio * of .stóagte tne-f. M. At Sherman, —1 who «lates that he got e directly .froto the • st*tei that on the Pric* aud McCulloch, at of 47,000 men, bad a battle laid. Mo., with Fremont 'e ■ | • "■ "* iv«aitj, uurji at the following price* -. Fore quarter 3 cent* py lb. Having Hind " [ Seen 4 centi per lb, ;ed in the bolineas for a army of67,000 men. A. usual, the Confederates were victorious. The eneorr was completely routed and lit. Victory complete; loes dee very great/' " We ere informed that Gen Sibley received mi Thursday evening, an ex- prees from Col Baylor, informing the .General that Col Canby ü S A, with 2500 men is at Fort Craig, threaten- ing to eoufe down and destroy £1 Paso. Baylor was at Dona Ana, de- termined to check Cnnby as far as possible. This exprese mt-t Col, Rei- ly with his regiment nbove Ft. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 20 November 1861

Tram I} Charleston Mercury, Oct. 31 of Meaare. Khan and , Arrival la Havana- tUy Beached Cuba, etc. Fop some time pact, the papers of the interior have been indulging in ■ljr bints, aa to the whereabouts of Mesara. Mason and Slidel!.- We bav bUbwrto made allusion to their move' menta; but, the causes which induced Our retieence being removed, we may now, without indiscretion, narrate the Caeta of their'embarkation. The Oommissioners having resolv- ed to make the venture of running the blockade of Charleston, after ma tare deliberation, selected for the ex periment the, staunch and swift little steamer Theodora, which was there fore got ready for sea with all des- patch. The preparations hating been completed, tbey embarked a little be fore midnight on Friday, October 11th The party of passengers who were starting on this ver y unusual and aomewbal hazardous trip, consisted of the foljowing persons : Hon. J. M. Mason, of Virginia, Mr Mcfarland, (Secretary to Mr. Mason, Hon. John Slid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 November 1861

■MJtJ!* % ? M . ¡iTÍ , & \ 5* $$($ 'v !•"! i tu "%'vr-, ' J(>^PaYMAX P*aprl>«ar I ■0ll.ltl<« oou/rrr, tmxa* (UU***,) «xso |«0 '.njr.tar. ' Im* tfeia y«v, puf a :ii| .<il tnttl «ti rrf rngi> " ^ Mal i f Jufc P/tnttag Hi^itfvil m -W—— — -® S l J®#aaiS"**Wlf ÜaiUt «•*«*. r.ti lii Tb* following |«tier fruid H ti.i- rtS,í,rk ^ I h*va U.ÍKO put ia p<Ms«ision of facta.to-díiy, which with otilara al farnlsh as' atrnng be deaired nf Frttan and Jfc.Hffll towir h th., United States *«***• tb« thí* clty, through ' rlin opp Miiig armies be- lt <m, under iba protec truce. It is prop.-r ,/ffe I li iv« d<*ri v«*il t,oue . m irion fro.n Sir .ía;hes, or hiii id wh accompanies lit u. XiivA. ir ¡a «lar* ro III n to s*y that li< hut biv.-.l im*t hiuir.ibly in *L!« r.wp'ot, regirdi.ig thi privileg,.* * It ig of trucd as to. sAcrvd to b. their quotas for the war will be re quired to do so forthwith. Such are til * ficti. \V.« •ti it isr.'iu:«¡n' red. in adrllrioi BELLVILL.E,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 November 1861

as coiiaímai]«. Kimbbouqh, Editor, pro tem. B£L L VIL L E— TEX AS.' UMVOVUL 27,1801. we will pub ¡xh m> legul adfartUement* utile** the order ím necuin- It ii necessary tint we should * i*n it In ord- r to ristnfyi our business ; not t|st we fejtr the parties are not res; • -feasible for their payment. •>' * JOHN P. 0STKRH017T. QT Those of our subscribers who do not live in Austin couuty, and who hive not paid up( will please forward the «mount to us, otherwise their pa- will be Boon discontinued. A LaAur Potato.—-Mr, Richard Moore has placed upon our table a v yam potato, weighing seven pounds. • TbisU the largest one We have Been or heard of this season ; it was grown * upon hi place about one mile from IMtvHIe , with nothing more tiran ordinary culture. No wonder Uncle Abe wants thjs country; he wants to turn bis attention to the potato crop. More Socks.— We have reoeiv- • «d ten pair of yarn sock? from Mrs. W„ J. if. Lyons, for 'the benefit of rwirsqldiiOs tit'Galveston. A...

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