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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 May 1866

a lvnvmTT1\rr,l? lUTPíVTC 1 Vuloanitc Base.—Thia mode of| Ail iwUil^EiJU till 1 . J setting false teeth, *bm recently in- _ . , _ I trodueod in thu Southern States, has District ClCITK. been fairly tested in the North and WE are aat^ri ^ Md reqaorted to I West, and has entirely superseded sspr £?"isss's tmS t °ffjd e1*1"-, i «dv^ta^ Clkrk of Austin County, at the next I areJ t\,at lt more durable, lighter, «lection WE are authorized and announce CHARLES W a. e. ^terxenrerg. cha8. kes^ler. | , o. w. caster. STfiBNBllMBa, KESSLSB * CO , | • WHOLESALE amQoama and requested to U is the nearest approximation that GOULDi a« a has ever been made to natural 1 .««art, for tHoBre of DUtnot CWt | ,Bd obviate, almost completely *Mi Coantjr, t H «retaji** ¡nconT.ni.ne arising ft„m th.¡í loo. No one requiring a set of false teeth ] . . . .. _ __ .need wait'a day longer, as the cheap- I AM a candidate for the office of Judgb nttaa „f tu:n • ' t¡ ® ;,a u* I of the County Court, (Chief Justice) ¡ifs...

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

'• -*- .. , r~~ •- -y- v - v "*• "* ,/V- l '• TRICHINI ASIS IN NEW YORK. The World, of the 20th, states positively that this loathsome and terrible disease exists iu New York. The name of it is derived from the name of Trichina Soiratis—which has been given to a worm fonnd in pork. The worm was first detected, many years ago by an Euglish phys- ician, in very lean and ill-fed swine. The disease arises from eating pork infested with this worm, which is so small that it can hardly be seen with- out a microscope. Taken into the human body, the worms penetrated it, in all its parts, but especially the muscles. The first pains of the dis- ease are torpid, but prior to death they become very acute—the mus- cles stiffen, the limbs become heavy, and the patient alternates from severe cold to not stages, and finally the res- piration is obstructed. We have re- cently had information of the furious prevalence of this disease in Ger- many, where it became the terror of whole towns and villages...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 May 1866

- • M VQL- 6.1 %\t Cmmirpatr. J. P. OSTEBHOUT, Proprietor. OWICE OVER BHOELKR'S 8TQRE, bellvillk, austin county, tetas. BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1866. svffiSttfcTOwrocr U&WBB —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbera make a volume. ¿tu wBUMMtBSsra auutaa \3T Advertisement* inserted at 15 cento per line, for first insertion, and 10 cento for each subsequent insertion. ' |y No advertisement inserted for leas than $3,00. BP"A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. 99* WVKfU CP* All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. AdvettUarpar Month or Tear. —SPECIE— Ey A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year, Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 1 column $2500 A " .... 1500 } " .... 1000 6 m'ths. $ 4000 25 00 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 May 1866

L. A CJt Cmtntrpan. J. P. OSTERHOUT, EDITOR. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 11th. 1866. The following persons are authorized agent* for "The Countryman,'' and will receive subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for moneys due this office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveaton. Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleana. O. W. Johnaon, San Felipe. iksrsrawsraast&Eritf Of Candidatea for State and Diatrict offices, Ten Doilara; for County officea, six doilara. Ticketa with the namea of all the candidatea announced in thia paper,—all the namea being printed on the aame ticket,—will be printed and dis- tribt ted to the several precincts in this county without extra charge. For print- ing names on ticketa without announce* ment tha aame chargea will be made. The Marshall Republican has been somewhat enlarged. iy We would ask Flake if that material has been forwarded ; if not let us know 1 [on. 0. C. Clay was released, on parole, on the morning of the 18th. This in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 May 1866

i ... "T NNOUNCEMENTS. j District. Judge. WE aro authorized and requested to ounce JNO. T. HABTCOÚRT ai a « ndidate for Diitriot Judge of the first " licial Diitriot. te WE are authorized and requested to t nounce H. T. GARNETT u a candi- 4or Diitriot Judge of the first Judi- il District. te WE are authorized and requested to i nounce B. SHROPSHIRE as a candi lie for the office of Judge of the first dicial District. te WE are authorized and requested to nounce B. F. ATKINS, of Fort Bend unty, as a candidate for the office of dge oí the first Judicial District te District Clerk. WE are authorized and requested to nounce JOHN W. GOODE, the present iputy, as a candidate for DiSTRict ,krk of Austin County, at the next ¡ction. te* WE are authorized and requested to nounce CHARLES W. GOULD as a ndidate for the office of District Clerk Austin County, at the ensuing elec- tw>. te* County Judge. i AM a candidate for the office of Judge the County Court, (Chief Justice) Austin county, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 May 1866

\ The Impeachment Move no Joke The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial writes: The impeachment of the Presi- dent, long whispered at, is now open- 1y advocated, and the echo is caught up by such newspapers as the Chica- go Tribune, in demauds for the im- mediate arraignment of Andrew Johnson for a series of high crimae and misdemeanors, which they find it very easy to enumerate. In a former letter I stated that the Presi- dent had been informed* on authority that he could not question, that it was the intention of the majority in Congress to attempt bis impeachment as soon as they should have secured the necessary vote in the Senate to carry out this scheme. The Presi- dent listened to what was said on the subjest, and replied that he had every reason to believe it was true. # • • • • The country may as well under stand now, as be compelled to learn it when too late, that the impeach raent of the President means the in- auguration of a civil war, which must be foug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 May 1866

VOL. 6.1 BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1866. { NO. 19. (tatqwan. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke'8 store, BELLVILLE. AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. sw&ssdmrowrasr Jamais —CASH— ' Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " 14 Sixinontks,... 1,50 Fifty numbers tnako a volume. ¿mwaimiaaasr® ja&iaaa % |y Advertisements inserted at 15 cents ?ier line, for first insertion, and 10 cents br each subsequent insertion. EF-No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. ty A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. HP All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per Month or Tear. —SPECIE— H?" A Card, not exceeding the space occupicd by ten lines, brevier, per year, Ten Dollars. 3 m'ths. 1 column $ 25 00 4 " .... 1500 i " .... 1000 6 m'ths. $ 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 Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 May 1866

C|e dfartntírpam J. P. OSTERHOUT, Edito*. BE1<1<TILI<E, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAT 18th. 1866. The following person are authorised agents for "The Countryman/' and will receive subscriptions ana advertising, and reeeipt for money* due thia office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. v W. P. Doran, Galveston. 'Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., Kew Orleans. O. W. Johnson, San Felipe. 4mv«r«ana v 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 paper,—all the naraeB being printed on the same ticket,—will be printed and dis- tributed to the several precincts in this county without extra charge. For print ing names on tickets without announce- ment th« same charges will be made. 'We understand that the price of com has fallen in this county.— Well, it ought to. Small.—The official Radical ma- jority for Governor in Connecticut is only 633, in a poll of 87,417. Declined.—Hon. W. P, Hill ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 May 1866

ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 knowing, u they do, the great im- - . - - - - portance of inland communication to a &niivpmp fmirt commercial city like Galveston. We| Supreme Court. venture to say that, with the proper WE w.ífEWáSiffKfacilitie8 for transporting goods to the 1M«.c. ASA H. WILLIE as & can^j | interior, the bueLee of Galveston would increase ten fold in a very brief we are authorized and requested to i ^ant m.0I[® en^6y mounce EMMETT JONES, ESQ., 0f ~a llttl« m0'0 Pj*Wc spirit.—Gal- News Price Current, May announce Fort Bend county, ai a candidate for District Attorney of the first Judicial District . te* District Judge. WE are authorized and requested to announce JNO. T. HARCOURT as a candidate for District Judge of the first Judicial District. te WE are authorized and requested to announce H. T. GARNETT as a candi- date for District Judge of the first Judi- cial District. te WE are authorized and requested to announoe B. SHROPSHIRE aB a candi- date for the office of Judge o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 May 1866

UNION OF BAPTISTS AND DISCIPLES. by toe. of Charlottesville, Va., looking to the onion of the congregations of the Baptist and Reformers, or Disciples., churches. The following is the pro- position from Dr. Broaddns:' Messrs. Editors :—This is the age of reconstruction. A few months ago the two wings of the Presbyter- ian Church, Old School and New School, found a platform upon which they could unite, and are now happi- ly joined in one brotherhood. At this time politicians are busily engag- ed in efforts to re-unite our scattered States and restore their harmonious co-deration. May these efforts suc- It has occurred to me that this would be a favorable time to enquire whether there could not be formed a re-union between the Baptists and the people called Reformers, or Dis- ciples. For more than forty yearB this controversy has been going on, and it appears to me to be time that something should be done to ascer- tain whether there be any possibility of removing the obstacles that l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 May 1866

f "ffr "J ' . 4 + •< bf¿kíÍ4 tí *f,<M • \M jhíum BELLVILJ.E, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1866. J. T. OSTBRHOUT, Proprietor. OFFICE OVER ENGELKE'S STORE, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY. "TEXAS. —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 ." " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty iQumbers make a volume. luwamNtsasr® a^as a |y Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion. pyNo advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. BP* A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. mm wmm* |y 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 $ 25 00 A " .... 15 00 i " 1000 6 m'ths. $4000 25 0U 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 Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 May 1866

%\t faittrpan. j. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 25th. 1866. The 'Tattler ." The above characters are a neces- sary appendage to a email town, though large ones, and cities are gen- erally very well supplied. Bellville is not an exception to the "general rule,'* indeed, were she minus the aforesaid, there would be quite i diminution in her population. Socie ty, it is said, is made up of a variety of material; we think so, but were a following persona are authorized agente for "The Countryman,*' and will reoeive subscriptions and advertising, and reeeivt for moneys due this office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., I portion of said "variety" removed or MaMUM¡uon, Sm Felipe. \rtgaeratci, in most instancM, «aid i .... i i —a— I society would be considerably the 1 • J J Of Candidates for State and District I & offices, Ten Dollars; for County offices, I see how either a man or woman can six dollars. Tich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 May 1866

.«BP:.* - m 111 ANNOUNCEMENTS. i Supreme Court. WE are authorized and requested to announce ASA H. WILLIE an a candi- date for Judge of the Supreme Court, te WE are authorised and re jueited to an- nounce Judge CHAS. L. CLEVELAND, of Liberty county, as a candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court. Election 4th Mouday. in June. te* STATE TREASURER. WE are authorised and requested to ■announce 6E0RQE J. DURHAM as a candidate for State Treasurer, at the ■ensuing elestion. te District Attorney. WE are authorized and requested to announce EMMETT JOKES, ESQ., of Fort Bend county, as a candidate for District Attorney of the first Judicial District. te* WE are authorized andrequested to announce COL. B. TIMMONS as a candi- date for> District Attorney of the first •Judicial District. Election 4th Monday in June. te District Judge. WE are authorized and requested to announce JNO. T. HARCOURT as a candidate for District Judge of the first Judicial District. te WE are authorized and requested ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 May 1866

M i i I . % / A Body which ha been in the ta%lt for a morth . still warm.— The following is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable cases we have ever heard of. and is creating con- siderable excitement among parties who have witnessed what we are a- boat to relate: On the 5th of Feb- uaiy last Michael King about seven- teen years of age, was killed at Oak- land by being struck on the head with a stake which was drawn from the ground by an unruly horse. Two days after the fatal accident, and when the body was about to be buri- ed, the relatives of King thought they noticed evident signs of life, and the body was removed to the house, where it was kept for several days. A report got into circulation at the time to the effect that the boy had come to life. After keeping the 'body for several days it was removed to the lower graveyard and placed in a vault where it is now, and it has been visited by hundreds of our citi- zens. The body retains its natural appearance, .is limber and warm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 June 1866

$¡OL,. 6.} BELliVILLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. { NO- 21. Cjre Cmmtrptan, J. P. Q^TEIIHQUT, PuppRlGTOR. v,. "'W office oveh exgelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. 8vss(8iB2W2^sr Bnvas« —CASH— .Specie-—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers toaHe a volume. Mtiaa BP* Advertí Be meuts inserted at 15 oents ?ier line, for .first insertion, and 10 ,$ents or each subsequent insertion. iy No advertisement inserted for Jes than $3,00. 83?*A liberal deduction made on. year, ly advertisements. CP" All kinds of .Job Printing executed with> neatness and dispatch. Advertising por Month or Tom*. —SPECIE— A Card, not exceeding the npftoe occupied by ten lines, brevier, por year, Ten Dollars. 3 ni'ths. 1 column $25 00 " .... 15 00 " .... 10 00 6 m'thfc. $ 4000 2500 15 00 12 m'ths. $7500 4000 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements eharged for by the line, aud to be paid, for in advance, in Specie, or its equivalent. , E8TKAY Advertisements handed in by the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 June 1866

"■ ■■* y •. i rtf "f? V<TVT ' I i C|f Cwnfrptau. J. P. OSTEBHOUT, Proprietor. BELIíVILL^, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 1st. 1866. The following peraons are authorized agents for "The Countryman,'' «mi will receive subscriptions and advertising, and receipt for moneys due this office : J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P, Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. O. W. Johnson, San Felipe. Hare we a('Boa" Amount I7s. &.sra<iwsr «amasia Of Candidates for State ánd Dintriot offices, Ten Dollars; for County offices, si* dollars. Tickets with the names of all the candidates announced in this paper,—all the names being printed on the same ticket,—will he printed and dis- trihi ted to the several precincts in this county without extra charge. For print ing names ou tickets without announce- ment the samo charges will be made. Written for The Countryman. TRUE INCIDENTS OF THE LATE WAR. 'to Onr Patrons. mirtlNO tbo putillfiitlon ft' thin nolirn (lie iin- (lcrniBU«'(l v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 June 1866

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Supreme Court. WE are authorized and requested to announce ASA H. WILLIE as a candi- dato for Judge of the Supreme Court, to WE are authorized and requested to an- nounce Judge CIIA8. L. CLEVELAND, of Liberty county, as a candidHte for Ju^o of the Supreme Court. Election 4th Mouduy in June. te# STATE TREASURER. WE aro authorized and requested to announce GEORGE J. DURHAM asa candidate for State Treasurer, at the ensuing elootion. te Commissioner General Land Office- AVE are authorized nnd requested to nnuounce THOS. WM. WARD as a candi- date for Commissioner of the General Laud Office. te District Attorney. WE are authorized nnd requested to announce EMMETT JONES, ESQ., of Fort Bend county, as a candidate for District Attorney of the first Judicial District. to* AVE are authorized andrequested to announce COL. B. TIMMONSas a candi- date forf District Attorney of the first Judicial District. Election 4th Monday in June. te WE are authorized and requested to announce Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 June 1866

«V M VOL. 6.J BELLVILLE, FRIDAY. JUNE S, 1866. { NO. 22. €|e Cfltntfrgim J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. — CASH — 'Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. Advertisements inserted at 15 cent# per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents tor each subsequent insertion. id^No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. fflPA liberal deduction made on year ly advertisements. É)I J3F All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per Month or Year. —SPECIE— EF* A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year, Ten Dollars. EOHOE0. Still the angel stars are shining, Still the rippling-waters flow, Bnt the angel voice is silent That 1 heard here long ago. Hark! the echoes murmur low Long ago ! Still the wood is dim and lonely, Still the plashing fountains play, But the past and all its beauty, Whither has it lied away ? llark! the mou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 June 1866

Cj\t (tnmtrpan. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. BELLVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 8th. 18CG. The following persons are authorized agento 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 & Sandoliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. Q. W. Johnson, San Felipe. jtirsrQwswiBst&srw 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 paper,—all the names being printed on the same tioket,—will be printed and, dis- tribi ted to the several precincts in this county without extra charge. For print- ing names on tickets without announce- ment the same charges will be made. To Our Patrons. DURING the publication of this notion the un drralfrned vacates the chair editorial, and the game will be occupied by a person who dusireg t.o be incog. All money* may bo paid to thu underuign •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 June 1866

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Supreme Court. WE are authorized and requested to announce ASA H. WILLIE a a candi- date for Judge of the Supreme Court te WE are authorized and requested to an- nounce Judge CHAS. L. CLEVELAND, of Liberty county, as a candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court. Election 4th Mouday in June. te* STATE TREASURER. WE are authorized and requested to announce GEORGE J. DURHAM as a candidate for State Treasurer, at the ensuing elostion. to Commissioner General Land Offico WE are authorized and requested to announce THOS. WM. WARD as a candi dato for CommisKioncr of the General Land Oifice. to State Senate. WE are authorized and requested to ,annouuce J. W. McDADE as a candidate for State Senate, for tho District embracing Austin and Washington counties. District Attorney. WE are authorized and requeued to announce EMMETT JONES, ESQ.. o Fort Iiend county, as a candidate for District Attorney of the first Judicial District. te* WE are authorized and requested to •announce COL. ...

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