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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 22 July 1865

i 9 f mm. sisyifr ' tí >'./ ..í.¡,."¡' jf"&*> ' wffli sí ÜS^hdB v ' * " Uli *hí5®2 *p(áSH! Wmm mtjmWM- BELLVILLE, TEXAS, JULY 22, 1865 INAUGURAL ADDRESS OFltliat I shall carry with me tbo cou- GOVERNOR SHARKEY. soling reflection that I endeavored to BuWrvo the best interests , Jaokhon, M kh. July 1, 'GC-rA'ter Melting President Johnson's procla- mation creating the Governor of Mississippi, Governor Sharkey goes ón to my s ' • Probably tbéro aro nonio persons who have some conscientious scruples about taking the amnesty oath, be- lieve the emancipation proclamation unconstitutional. 1 allude to this, subject only bi cause 1 bavo Upder- •tood there are a few such. This objection v'ltainly cannot be raised with propriety by such as denied tbat they were subject to the Con- Ktltution of the United States aB the supremo law when the proclamation wtu issued, Whether it be constitu- tional fir not is a Question which the people, have no right to detenniiip. i> determination of...

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 — 22 July 1865

8PffiO COUNTRYMAN., VOL. 5. Now 43. J- Pi Ostkrhout, Editor. BalMllo, Austin County, Tern. JULY 22, 1865. (y The "big Thursday rain" of June 29th feeems to have been gener- al throughout the State. BT The "Civilian." we under- stand; has been revived by its for- mer ¿dltor And proprietor H. Btuart. Wo have not yet Been a copy of it. ■ ■ v •. 7~*" ■ - Br The barbers in Houston were charging at.Inst advices, two bits tpr a shave. The 'í^ál' of the Tele- graph thinks they ought to fall n peg. We think so too. * Ey The Houston Telegraph says that Greenbacks are daily becoming more plentiful in Houston, and are readily received hy all classes of people. Looking for some up this * way after a while, ' ,« . V '. ' ■ Tbb Difference.—The Dallas I'd wants "a few more cash-pay- subscribers," while the Country- man wants "a few mora" of its past subscribers 'to pay up the cash. That is the distinction; it being a distinction with a diiierence—slight- Henry 8. Foote, late of Miss- >i, Califor...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 July 1865

t BELLVJLLE, TEXAS, JULY some, and could not be done by oth órs, was established beyond the pos- sibility of a doubt, and as a true phi- losopher he set about the inquiry as to'the reason for such a phenomenon. consequently, a sensation will be product in him who holds it. The )ersons making the experiment is liglily negatively charged—that is, has but little of the fluid in himi the water beneath his feet has abso the electricity of the adjacent bodies in the earth : the elastic twig in lis hands forms a part of the connexion between the positive and negative { vol (From thi. I' Í. Ph.bi omen It .part, of .1831. J j ^ . al|(| j„ (j,0 luxTirlft of I wbztl djgginc* Pkairik iii' Cimhn. Ww„ Jail. 1, '¿2. Drab Sib: - Your Agricultural Circular was duly ivcnive<), but 1 neces- ito w ¡ and even now 1 must confine my remaik* to but one topic—that iv well dig- ging. There in, however, no one snbjvct ol" moro importance to the farmer who h;w not living, run- ning water <>ullu! surfa...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 29 July 1865

COUNTRYMAN " ■ «,<'■ J# VOL. 6. if" No. 44. OjSTKBiiayT, Editor. \ Bellville, Austin County, Texas. y. JUL* 9, 18G5. O'/r vf-. _____ ti hrou^b Hempstead on yes wrdajr, en, rout* (or the Capitol*, «o compaqwdhy, l|ia staff and military cortege,, He delivered a¡few remarks from the plhtfórtti of tlie ¿art, which amoú'otéd to tl«) sating in substance to'thysei enunciated in bi proclama tioo., A,goodly number of ctiizens were present on th |occasion. The Gotqráor appears^ fine health. EPfWe would suggest to^Sft lace that they hold $ic Vcoj^tfqcce soon and appoint delegates ;to the Union Asso ciation, whicb'meets iu Washington. W« al^o suggest the propriety ol inviting the Association to hold its meetibgln 1866'At this place. We want td^ attend tlie Association this yeait, if we can. a m< , C9T'We call attention to tha ad vurtfeeméht with tiho captiort, "To the Public." We have no doubt iixjm f h<j' well k 11 owu character óf Mr., Taacliai for business and classifi- cation,Ch^t ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 August 1865

• /«■ /<> ... , ¡3* • ••«, f I i - gmpp^:í«4t'' ¡y '''' "$! ';$fi iM%$ M pmrnj • y^MSáasámMK ij¡ bjqbuw .•;. m- ■w|. A v'ji • , ' " : ' • ' r-', • Tit . v' • r- ^ _ •* '.•> .'• , . "ú - •'V'iWmMK {VOL 5 TEXAS, AUGUST 2, 1865 BELLVILLE, PROCLAMATION, T A J. 1UMILTO!*, MOVMIOIMI. UOVDIIXOB. 2b the peoplt of Terat: Whbrbas, By the. Proclamation of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States of America, dated 17th of J une 1865, I have been appointed Provisional Governor for th. State of Texas, with instructions to " pre- •jeribe «t ú e earliest practicable pe- _ riod ouch rules ar.d regulations ns " may be necessary, proper and lor convening a convention composed of delegates to be chosen by that por- • tion of the people of said State, who are loyal to the United States, and none others, for the purpose of alter- ing or amending the Constitution thereof; and with authority to exvr- eise within the limits of said State, all the powers necessary and proper to enable such loy...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 2 August 1865

- • * -®ma 7 COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 5. No. 45. J. P. 08TKRHOUT, Editor. BeRrille, Austin County, Tesas. AUGHJ8T 2. 18G5. It would appear from the Galveston and Houston papers that noarljr every body in those places kaa gone into the forwarding, storage and commission business. A Whopper.—The Item has had «míe peaches given to him, and says that twenty of them make a half buahel. Which is the biggest—the statement or the peaches ? 1# On the first Sunday in Aug., and the Saturday before, the Metho- > dist will hold Quarterly Meeting át this place. Hope due preparation will be made for it. The Editor of the Oolorado Citizen has been presented with - a "change" of biled shirts by a lady friend and very modestly tickles arounft for some other liberal donor to present^him with pants, coat and Vest to complete his wardrobe. ty We see by, the Georgia pa- pers that there is a call for an editorial convention of thg editors of the prin- cipal dailies of the South to be held at an early day to es...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 August 1865

TT { VOL 5. BELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 5, 1865 THE NATION A J, DEBT. Tim Now York Timen, in an ed- itorinl qn tlm Nat ional Debt says : The Natlon/il debt; If foyer paid nt nil, must bo paid by taxation. It • w« Incurred tor 'ilm benefit of nil, and all must help to pay it. It would be great injustice, moreover, to throw the whole borden of it payment up on the |M«( pl<) oflhis generation. Tin war which ijiui established otir rity, prese: maintained república! *V 10 M- tioiml authority, preserved the Union ' ■ " -publican government ou (lib*' continent, and perpetuated onr free iiu'ti tutious, wiis fought for out descendants even more tlinn for ourselves, mid justice requires that they should share its burdens aB they will share Its benefits. These bur- den* will be heavy enough for nil. Ilm annual intei-est «lone, added to the sums required to meet, tho ordi- ' imi:y expcuses of {he government will impose upen us and our posteii ty. for inn** years to come quite as lienvy burden a...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 5 August 1865

ÉS® t* ' ' - Sill ;'x 1 s5wk,1L^®* / RYMAH. NO. 46. s - ;—;—r loUT, Editor. VAnstia Goonty, Tesas. UJ ST 6, 1865. lertuind that the Qusr- ' at Travis, is progresa the geuerrl w'sh a« ¿ontinuo at tbat <?t (according to ap- t; ac\jou ling to this place I that several conver- to the church le. And that the meet. I ite zenii,h. Wo learn ' ministerial aid is much need- ating at this place. íow íb the time to «ave hay, T«B valuable milch eows, stock horses should not fail Dvido for their sustenance dur- 10 cold wiutry mouths, We t grass is fine. 1 let in your Government y i there ja a ♦ sub-agent here ) purpose oij receiving all such leneome plunder. He is polite, $ ¿courteous and kind, rand has high-toned Bell; he ''V you to sleep and whisper in —■ i — The weather for the past few tys, luy3 continued sultry and calm, With occasional light showers of rain fa learn that the Drenham Enquirer has again resumed publica- tion under its former Editor and Pro- etor, 1). H. Rankin, We have see...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1865

1 w • ' MM wm ■ ■ ( É *y'r. Wi «T--V raSfiarl L¿ mfm ÍÍELLVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 9, 1865 , COUNTERFEIT MONEY. The amount of counterfeit pajwr ■y iu circulation % so great, tlint fchould be fiflitioUS «fill (4" amine every note lin y rec*jveor pay u^o|._ The following i* a description of all tbw United States money which k vakr counterfeited and in circuln- Uoii.it —3>, imitation, aro report- ed in circulation, ¿Poorly done, n'u,m' *'"• Horiwdt ol ChailP t-i-Zi*:''., •' "I 6'ik Imitation. Poorly done; coarse Va, photographed. ílltve a blurred ■ o< kj thj pip •( in ulifr- n i 1 h vivier; . . sligiintiires very heavy. -f lo'i; iniiitatiori, v/ull executed, are * imported in circulation. There is no „ Treasury stump upon tho bill. 10' , altered from l's. Vignetto portrait ot CIi.iho on upper left ; gen- ¿;niné have portrait of Lincoln. • *0' , imitation. Engraving conrse; general appearance bad. 1/ 60V, imitation. The head of Ham- ilton i« coarse and blurred, otherwise excellently d...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 9 August 1865

I COUNTRYMAN. VOL. 5. No. 47. J. P. Obtbbhout, Editor. ■olivine, Autia County, Tnu AUGUST 9, 1865. EÜ'MiVe «re informed that Mr. H. Miller, of this placo, has sold out all biB property in Bellville. Tlie pur- chaser ia Mr. 1\ A. Englske. Bb-Oru aniz ation.—With all the diejiatch that can be. used by the Provisional Governor of the State, it is hardly probable that the regular State Government can go into opera- tion under twelve, months trom this doe. We ate not yet ¡informed of •f any appointments fer • county and district offices; and until these are made, the process of ascertaining the legal votes of the State can not begin. We twesume it Will take two or three ^Knths to fnake all these appointments throughout the State. It Will then take a considera- ble time to register the names of voters, as mentioned in the Govern- ors Proclamation. Then a conven- tion is to be called. In the present and prospective condition of the mail facilities of this State, it will require from sixty ...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 August 1865

1 4 , ; g?. -W'- . m • ■ • "■ .. , {VOL BELLVÍLLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 12, 1865 £{ NO 48. V . * K. 'V í . . law «f TrtiHS. ANACT To suppress insuirection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seiz* and epufiscate tile property of rebels, •ad for ot tier purpose . Approved July 17tb 1802. SkctioN Every |>e;son who ■hall hereaf.er commit the ciime of tiMiMon against ih United Str.es, and shell be adjudged guilt v thereof, ■hall suffer death, and all his slave*, if any. shall bo declared mid made free; or lie «hr.il bo imprisoned not l**a tbali five yeais, aud fined not less than ion thousand dollars, nnu all his slaves, if any, shall he declar- ed and tunee free; said fine to be lev- ied mid collected 011 any or all of' he property, real and unisonal, excluding aláVmi, of which ilie said peison so con vie. ed was i ho owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to. ího contra1 v uot withstanding. Sac. 2. If any person símil here- after incite, set ou loo , a -si...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 12 August 1865

COUNTRYMAN 3H— VOL. 5 mm No. 48. Jí '. P. OsTBnHour, Editor. WWfli, Austin County, Texas. AUGU8T 12. 1865. of SiiarWe uotice injMjarfy all our ®wntr^ exchangee that business ap- pears to be reviving everywhere, rather, that every body is preparing for business. Tte principle evidence of this is in the great' amount local advertising in the country pa pera. It is to be regretted that BeUvlUe does not show ns great a degree of prosperity. -To judge by our own paper, the only one in the county, it would look like we have no merchants, no lawyers, no doctors, no schools, no blacksmith shops, cabinet shops, npr other evidences of thrift and industry. 13^ The Tyler Journal reminds the Telegraph, that in the list of leading papers -published in Texas, the two Tyler papers are omitted. Strange that the Journal does sot see that ¿tself, the Reporter and the Countryman are not " leading" pa- pers ! fc#" Oapt. Thomas Claiborne," late of the Confederate army, on Kirby Smith's staff, lias made a...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 August 1865

Eb-Í* \ár: m ' *gps*BBf. Jsssrss agSWi 4- tarros From tlie .fimphcute. WHITE Oil BLACK LAHOlt— THE í íptóit SOLVED. Ai't«r I tin tuoMt thorough empirics and calculation* inreg;.:ti(olhe form- ing experiments ntade jit , Louisiana for tilt* bwr'two yearn by northern men with free negro labor, wé luid it mlir i' . ,1 oil (ill 1iii|1c!h that lift) scheme U it complete failure. Tills is 11 unit tit o! viiil Importance to those «>1 «tur p<v;>lo tvhó Hti'.l insint that cotton c in (to successfully raised with tliH present system of labor, mid who urn preparing to engage in it next year. It tlm known energy, enterprise utid economy of tlw^mkee fail in «ccojuj li«liiti^- a giVijjHpoiut, how can i hi; Southern ütan, ^rcmper- *d n« In- in with the law und milita- ry rule. fX|>«*ct to «'. > hotter'! The statistics and fui-fa of thj. Vr own ex- periments Imve fully Bottled the point mid iiwái^wtiiln tíiut tilo negro is now worthier, ho far as cotton is eonconmd, We aro then force...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 August 1865

• y - ®®0 ' COUNTRYMAN. APPOINTMENTS. VOL. 5. No. 49. J. P. Ostkbhout, Editor. —.,—i— Brilrillo, Analta O—nty, Tuu AUGUST 18. 1865. Notices.-—The next Stated Meet- ing of the Btsllvillu Lodge 'Will be held on Saturday, . the 2d day of September, if 4 o'clock, P. M. The members of the Baptist Church at this placa are requested to meet ion the 3d Sunday, Aug 20th, to elect delegatus to the Union Asso- ciation, and provide fundi* for the same. Rev. B. D. Dashiell will preach at Bellrille on the first Sunday in Sept at il o'clock, A. M. IdT In another column of to-daj s paper will be found the address of Mr. D. J/Baldwin, whom, it will be remembered, was retained in custo- dy with Messrs. Peebles, Zink and others, last year by the Confederate authorities, for supposed disloyalty The letter breathes a sentiment of forgiveness to all former persecutors, and adyiBes obedience to law as the most speedy path to restoration to civil rule. BP" liishop Andrews has publish- ue a request thát the...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 August 1865

m* ■m .Jf Wsmm 0><v É ■rf J.T'l.''IwW , WSmMímMml. >;> wmm m EX'riuoiiuIÑXvtv Í6B|üirr BBLLVÍLT.E, TEXAS, AUGGSt 21, ■mi ítr f KMV oy "We find in Hot; TU CAUOLINA. Id the «Philadelphia In- quittfr to-day, uu extraordinary pro- duction, purporting lo Lo «i ¿pe^eb delivered bv 13. 1\ Perry,.now visional G«*v«rnot oí' South Carolina, at * iiJ virng at Gryenville, in that Starr, oa¿Qu yd óf 4w'y.- H«t «úd t . CiiAlRVAN: 'Vhi public nieet- ing of the j¿\lizutis 'of Greenville, i one óf deep humiliation uud -Borrow. A cruel dud bloody war lia awept U-' ovqr the Southern States. (jne hun- dred and fifty thousand of our brav- virt'nud input "galiiint men liovw tall tin on the fields ol' battle. The latid is du mmámm filled with mourning widows and or plians. There iá scarcely a huuse ii Which tbore liuu not been Weeping for home loved one lost. Three tliptis- and , millions Of dollars huvo been spent by the Southern States in car- rying on thi* waiv'^Aud now we are called upon t...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 21 August 1865

©®o UNTRYMAN. VOL 6. No. 60. t'KapoUT, Editor. BoUvUle, Ánvtin County, Tom. AUGtUST 21. 1866. NuticKéí.—-The qoxt Stated Meet- iogofthtf Hullvillu Lodge will be - held on Saturday, the 2d day of September, at 4 o'clock, P.. M. Rev. BiD. DohIiIhII will proach w jBe||v Ue on the, first Sunday in Sept. at 11 o'clock Á. M. «•«■or thetÍfth volume . OK TUB , BfeLLVILLK COUNTRYMAN. With this number closes the fifth volume of the BcUvillc 'Countryman. The first number of volume one, was issued on tlie 28th dny of July, A. D. Through all the vicissitudes of the State and . country, we have been so fortúnate as to keep up the issues of our paper with a regularity unsurpassed if equaled, by any coun- in Texas. During that timé wo hnvo spunt twelve months soldiering, but during our absence we obtained such assistance as enabled us to continúe, without material in- termission, the weekly issue of the paper. For about six weeks in the early part of the year 1864, when our' publisher, uuder on act...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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