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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 November 1861

' • i >. «r,"?Z%R ?.•*• '* 4, •'■ 12' . V '••■ " ' "'££ 'líaoí « ' . ' . 1 wv.; .. ,j ... ; > : • ' ' (No. J377( BEEF!! BEEF!!! hia brother, l$a tbe (Minen apd BucL ¡P •Í/ i !'"'•/« V* ■ : .i. .. fifi i aud Stepbeus. Hou . A. U. Brown aijti i Confederate^ gtatl Cr Coito i •tilling in Liverpool •t 80 cent per pound, which in Hi- to brought 'during the wm ÜMÉISSIPPI CoNUHBhHluNAL EtKC- tion.—-A* fur m hHnrti from, E. Bwudalu is elected without oppour lion from \lie 6tb district. ?tli—Ue- torna from the western portion tiuJir of JoJin WH8 ltUI| MM mj „ .w. I tn>Wm H Cautil,..... i ■ Evrtvtt.'ts.. v.,' sL Q,5f I'toi'v,,? ft* - J VV Murphy, . ..v J|«l mm W M Walton^...... Ut A*t., CHi+k KM h • JohnMann .1YH h«*f M the people of viiWWid flefrtit/, (luring the coming seanoi it thn following prices: • RttW' uwuler 3 cenU > r lk. HIimI " 4 <mnt per lb, HwllH been engaged In fbc business for i nlmber of years in tin- vieinitv. I trust tHil •to recommendation will be deemed uecé...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 27 November 1861

m m£. will never aufler them in their tnnve- ' i -fe jflj ^ iW&'M B; ■ General himself the great - I in the world. for permit populace to forre he wiu ready, to beghi Richmond. If lie had yielded to this outside pressure, hi hare been uot only a coward. , «traitor; for a general entrusted re responsibilities cannot per- ■it his «vn suprior knowledge and to be overruled l y tin [ of ignorance and incorti- vlthoat «ttailnaKty us would he Involved lathe of hi* army toan ene.' t great a coward a* old (Scott ASttsider himself, be never, in re- .suffered himself to be forget; before he was ready into a conflici trhichthe whole worid fooked to us battle of the war. and >*! aao of hia reputation wa* •olfll^d an effulgence over his even- ; sky, which should «elipse all ih< <lta rising. or sink furevet i and storm. confident that our com- i the Potomac, men in tli > of Hie, and energy, know at as well asQon, Scott, how much to pny ta the clnpping whistling, and caterwulinp ins...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 December 1861

-S l)c Delimite Couutniman. VOL. 2. | BELLVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 4, 1861. {NO. 19 tub BELLVILLE OOUNTBYMAN lí^, 9. F. PWI1BOW PrtyrUUr* 1 oruck im COUMTHTMAir «uilimno, ^ ÉÉLLVILLK, JUSTIN COÚlfTr, TKXA8. } ■waseaiu-ttiT* aturas ,<%ne Ooyy Om Taar,f< $a¿o 900 ! PT Fifty iMbm make a y«ar. * to^Cwii¡H "V"'*!"for '"** t'iaa "a* f**' p r diacoutlnatid until all rrciara|f«t ,. / Cf^/ni ktíidf of Job Printing nieeutml T baatn.w and dliipntch. Itb K PEESIDtíNT'S MESSAGE. ío the Congrega ol tha Oonfrnkrotii Stotii: Richmond, Nov 19.—Gentlemen : The fé* weeks which have elapsed lince yoúr adjournment have brought toso near thd éldse of the year that we are now able td sum up its gene- ral results, and the retrospect in such -tur should fill the hearts of our people with gratitude to Providence for hie kind interposition in their behalf.— Abundant yields have rewarded the labors of the agriculturalist, whilst the manufacturing industry of the Confederate States was never so pros- perous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 December 1861

whichhe reported to hi-Government . THE COUMTBYMAIV. to fiulfill to Ii!« in- J. T. Kjmnbouqh, Editor, pro tem. conducting UiU war. ■ f Jipppp WW no «id, or proposed no ordef«nsivtf,abroad. • r«C©*nixed place WMi but in doing nothing for not offer • fair equiva- Tbe advantages of intereourse •re mutual amongst nations, and in f¡c¿ seeking to establish diplomatic re la * tíctns'we were only euduuvoritig to t intercourse under the regu- of public law. Perhaps we ) right, if we had chosen to ex- t, to ask to know whether tbe i that a blockade, to be bind- * he effectual, so solemnly ounced by the great powers of t Paris, is to be generally * i «* applied only to particular «■CI the Confederate States at jm*r last session became a party to the declaration, reaffirming this p.in- éiple of international law, which has been recognised so long by publicists ' "(w^rniiwntg, we certaily. sup* {kbsed that it was to be universally enforced. The customary law of na- " tlóiw is nude up of their pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 December 1861

.•fcraear* is* - é ; ■woulJ r coutuc. ; I to UM «(111 I ick. Thoae w|i> •M need li tV" J m.) or i«y a, or debite MILLER, i •f fo ttMlv 'v "f -T 1 "Py |.M' r;* • '•••*" 'tf >JuA WI'liMI, dfc-i I'# 1Í pi .*r .'■& .«till* of Infantry ivtnl iiito^liM UimMtTMtv Itól V;^..'...|j eomtHiiii* equipped :«*%il nnn- with ■ tdjFrÉriq Ihtd nnd ppovi- l Wr «Ia W- ''Í ñ s rmnlfiv r ,V. [«burg EÉÉI rlirOmfWWit/O.v.ir.i ti proper iiiMpfCtíi^ii ami i. Tmitoá arming and * will fair* i'H BEEF!!! aTMU m following prlaasi For# iiww S cants per KM - - 4¡«eato per S iuf him ■mnMpdtotow Iniiwi to the Susiaess for • is vieMty. I trnet that will to unm4 surf tort that M heHMofoie, I may luv« a liberal «bare of pablie patronal*. Uy Jajr* for butchering will be an TomdaTh •lars |i mm) Satuouayu. uhua vs. • > hTkfhkic barchak. Wáí •w**** aaiwB* mrami UELLVILI.K, TEXAS. UTAS now on hand a line lilt of Gold ard £X diher W niches, sod Jewelry, which lie oners low for cash. lit) will ala re. pair watehea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 4 December 1861

*fv ' ¿ i' 4 the beat nueen root iter of Aur acquaintance, bUUble B the crop, portion! as he wishes tó put the time, carefully removes to the spot selected for the pur- ptéfUresthe ÉÚdaee and runs a shallow ditch around it, piles his po- tatoes up in the fonn of the roof of a hOtnA? Sb&rJ ttirtn with dry straw "■and old corn stalks, and then placeu f pwax roof over then exactly like the rttof of a cabin, or any other rough f building, letting the eves rest on the *^grt^d* ánd weather-boarding the ga y hies, leaving ah opening Or door at in At Another sooéeasfU planter after various ways to save his |>o- pV among others puttingthein in an old cabin, returned to Of putting them in -^pttetr on' dty spots, covering them with corn stalks and core-field litter, and dGUss m mnuXBrr r. informa- of London has nubliwhtd in Volume !s^vín« sweet SmSSt of a series of labori- P ao better rule ous investigations made by him into it adopted by the chemical pathology of gout ant planters, who...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 December 1861

■ 11 ■- tot, a. I BELLVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 11, 1861. " TMB B«X,&VlJAE OOUNTBYMAN WtTWMOOy- PMfrlittr' • «H « iw CO0 T*r «BUILD!! ! , BMiLyiLLt, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAN. of ipswroirroii ujutais,, Om (% Oh TW, (In advanct.).. $2,50 <>M tU o/tkeftarj 3 00 * Plftjr numtwn tnak* áyenr. 'fflSSBSSfc** ,hM0 *#"r'.*«rH '*o papsr dUcoatfouod until ail amatagiw ML RT All kind, •f Job Printing oxecutiMl with «Mad ««patch. - I J lift! ' The following song was com- posed by the RbV. JoHN'SiONNER, of Scotland, about one hundred years iago, and ift respectfully *e-dedicated by the Proprietor of the Countryman, to the " Sweet Singor" of Captain McDado's Company, lyirby'i Bat tollón : TOLtOOHQOHüW. Coma gie'a sang. Montgomery criod, And lay your dispute nil aside ; What algnifles't for folk to chide For what' btcn done before tliutu 1 Let Whig and Tory nil agree, Whig and Tory, Whig and Tory, Let Whig and Tory all agree To drop their Whlgmegmoruin. Ut Whig and Tory ull agree To «pifad thin n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 December 1861

TB1MA1V.. Kinbbouoh, Editor, pro tem. MELLVILLE—TEXAS. 11, 1M1. 1 we will publish no legal 1 **• order U accoui- f*M with the oMh. 1 he law require* Ú, md it is HCNN17 that we should iMM M iaorirr to i-tsUin our butinem ; Ml thai we four the parties ere not res- ponsible for their payment. JOHM P. 08TERH01TT Xml-Caufeimi—Entff^tr Dietrlft— tttjb 9<uitbe. MHMtvf. Drjb. 21 unb 22. tMlvlOc Jan. 11 uub 12. ®. i. ®rptt, ©arft HfUfflrr. 1 . ,1 i, . nut Mod th#ir real aunt WhSStlMf writ* for the CwMf|M*. We muy M mtlSMSk also, that ta f«a«ral, thoM who write M nMtollM, shortd write only on one itde of the Wn, iMTtaf the oUxr tide blank. Th*y bool<l •Maw slack left. HT For the past Week or more, we have luid Recruiters among us Marly every day. Slowly but stead- ily they have responded to the call, and repaired to the point of danger. Tilsneighborhood, we believe,, has pretty ntnch recruited, up, and we hare boon anxiously expecting the malaria (war fever) to rage in other pertioMof t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 December 1861

point or depqt on any Ruili State. There shall be no kan to, or Mored on the Tr am PROCLinATIOlV * «ftti «Uto t Tim it bns coma to the. ibo bxtfcutivfi thai >*#d from the various point* Railroad lines of the lo «o"* instate**, that laeed la ware-bouses, on to the coast, and ala on vera emptying into the Quit " as, In the opinion of tin* •venr bale of cotton an n additional incintive to of our avaricious and ftnd angering to i great extent, our cities, towns, Ilail wad Depots and other points where cotton in «y be stored in large quantities, rhereforn, be lt known, that I, Governor of the State of Twsaa, by virtue of the power in U e vested, do issoetbia my proclama tion, forbidding the removing, Inna- to and storing of cotton at any Railroad in tin- cotton ta- | . M Trinity river below Smlthfleld; on the Sabine riv- •r below Salem; ou the Noches bo- low Uuns Landings on the Brazos at or below Richmond j at or neat the mouth of the rivers Caney and Bernard. Nor shall there be any ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 11 December 1861

■■■ Affectionate ProcU- * Bo bola " of South ■ l^ndiug and taking poBflou- Forta, Gen. Sherman is- iwing proclamation: TO THK PEOPLE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. tn obedience to the ordtra of the Preeldent of " these United States of America," I hare landed on your sbéres with a small force of national i dictates of a duty which, un- '• def (hese circumstances, I owe to a great sovereign State, and to a proud and hospitable people, among whom 1 have passed some of the pleasant- es( days of my life, prompt me to pro- claim (hat we have come amongst you with noféelinga of porsonal animosi- ty—ny desire to harm your citizens, destroy your property, or interfere with any of your lawful rights, or .. your social and local institutions, be- yond what the causes herein briefly alluded to may render unavoidable. Citizens of South Ourolina, the civ- ilised world stands appalled at the course you are pursuing; appalled at the crime you are committing against yow own mother—th(j best, the most enlighten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 December 1861

VOL. 2. | Bclluille Cónit ¥ V* iAífí HHWv BELLVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 18 • >.1 KT * BELLVILLE COUNTRYMAN I.|>. OiTlIHOOT PttyrUUr' •ornes i covararman sciloir . SKi.LV!Lit, AÜfT'X COV«Tí. TEXAS. VVXM+MWtiva ttA'J MS, H30 HP' Úi¿ • feeble oosing stream, but * mighty first the <l*y gleamed in upon them, not con* i pressure of water tbst hsd found it revealing a human face! . gua«e of< ^ , Outlet there. They would. be over-! •' Of the hundred who bad been im-. rily explained the meaning of the text whelmed-—lost. prisoned over seventy survived, and when he said " Thou «halt do no "One foot was yet in the bucket— witli them Hubert. Without him in- murder." Taking human life might ajirkai the rope would save him. deed, probably no one would have be justified by circumstance , andjhe not < •*s aiihmnd n/tk,¿«r.;ToÓ, Bnt though death stared him in the been spared to tell tbe story. left us tolerably well assured, if In- - ~ arri ro.it;,. Iiycar. face, he could noi sacrifice o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 December 1861

$• J. T. Kimbrouoh, Editor, pro tm. -rf liir 1 ■ —JEW'1 . ■'.Ml ' Oar friend J. W. Manning, of Capt. McDadt^p company. Kirby bat- ¿ talion, baa .buen in our midst; for the £ jny *U «realtor we will pub;Uh no legal dm| that was accepted on the faith of ¡getting them full. We hope he met with success. ^Ie reports. >t|ie lprO$- peets for a short service as very fa- * < - " *"■ vorable, and we would suggest to those who cannot leave home but for a short period, and wish to .serve their country, in good company, the im- portance of enlisting in the Kirby battalion. -Those who cau easily go fox the war, not objectionable. ta unlew tbe order ia accoui- the o>i«h. 't he law require fcvV nectiaarjr that we ihould not that we fear the J> rtlei are twt ret- panrtMe for their payment. - JOHK P. OSTERrtOITT (Srflc Stutttor. 21 unb 22. .^an. U uufc 12. '%■. H. ©rotf, ®arft ftfltrfbr ■kX¥~ OoQtHbntuni in un t •«nil their' rial ouwtt fcnen the* write Ar the Countryman. Wo inny im flMift...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 December 1861

tate tTTc A3, !|t It at con ' to till' f tin* ExeiAitive, that * g rtüiioVi-d from tli.> i ,tm I stored nt vurioiiH point* the ditmnt Riilro id linos of tli«- country, and in Home instances, thai lVj k^iu(rt l*ci'd in ware-houses, on and Adjacent to the coaat, and alio on varWnw fivers emptying into tin-Gulf. Awl wh r¿T , in fh« opinion of ill Ex -cuavc, every bile of cótton k.. P*W **^wwNt4irt«w>H mrínfrve w tin cupidir v .if .ir avarUrioii* and unn4tu^ ,i ••iiHiny, ;iud Hiig^riug to n 1 ' *"1'v"u:í jU'Wus, lull r.i.ia DT'piU ui id oilier potiifM where ,Cotton in iy lie «toted in large quantities, Tli.<retor , be it kuown, tliar I, F. R. Lubbock, O ivremor of tliu State of Te*a«, by virtue of the poWer in me vested, do issue thin my proclama • tion, forbidding the removing, trans porting to and storing of cotton at any Sdnt or depot on any Railroad in th«- tate. There shall be no cotton ta- ken to, or stored on the Trinity river below S'ltitlifiuld ; otl l)i>« Hibiue ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 18 December 1861

BILI* writing 5 but the bene-) Wm. Braot, J. T. Baao*. Wiu. Brady Sc. Co., i i hocations in writing; i ficiaries under the saine shall be eu- ; W. AHnGOTDCCK. 6. AHtMMttCC I W. AH11ENBECK, * BRO., iM«5ks Sit BLACKSMITHS. CARRIAGE as u yi^AUON MAKERS, u>tt prepared In do a'j work ill Iticir m'\t-nil branch' rope on 1 •KM* Rink House, MRS. ('. HUl.lll.'D, PltOl'liHi'tUliSS. M, l1' I iiomc-on. Manager. Cerner o/" ]•"runl.Hn and 'JVori* S>s., IKK > I o\. i r.\.\s. Nniliinu s|laI' be i<> ||i,imii,i¡ii lile iV| iii.<lio.iiliis ¡iou,e tit.* ill w.it borne. WAGONS. .JS^^TSalSXfS' COTTON FACTOR i 'aÜm f* V™ml*tory I property cotfeeyed by deeds of trust, and • I or mortgages with power of sale in COMMISSION MERCHANTS ¡ X7*M3K?Í3• ° "~Fm"tK°• — -«■*; ""«• «2 /* *"• *1" r¡,™ JC 1 Il2 S& „ |HO;OTON- na . 4 ¿ -JL ! mortgage**, snail atier IM .maturity OalveiHM umrkeU. A«lviu ce* uisde cmi nmoijw- .«auner wue pioviaca by law. of the same, be entitled to the bene- <?on fu••...

Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 January 1862

'■? ■ v" eOI ■''' FEsEweEI . . F 'y Mz% ft*- ■ Pif **> fd®TÍfc¡|j. Mi::' JhrE W ■ }>• 5S2F *1 L#il9mSo itein "'j T><>fi fflf -;i MiiÉjJ. '•' '• Íí :«;<( 1 .il'o .VriXETEXAS,.. < — jis larble statute,r> Jtnd> not a sill would lie utter—indeed l*!magi mi (mum that be was nothing more I M*wm4MPW',M íw -f* an afft'Ci ioiyite .farewell, which proved utterance to sound; . ««¡lied Wfcrtf iti'd gave to be (d) eii tor .^v^ral months ". iitiv • ' • ■ •• "!¿W* • ymjmémFi rta, this is A-—Jiejri, M w ^BWjar..n lo ic I . 'MB<KMC#B W -'•l"-"ú'i hA tí . *0n* ptoásaflfci wMm fóH Kf&Sfj v<«¿ of no tun to gf though <«ii- i' ' ijoi'Y i-. ii Mtllr b¿T .¿it ,hw,awi J*, I *:: WitffW Vi J ft ww-frai'7mi daziling orb aa ti^j contained something common eb «!#. ™f. I #"§ T .t^etlam. I fe)t m mKmpi borne, a beautiful ro-young Mi • ... >.tM' ¿.Í . . aI.^mí I ...1..,. /' i . dK/.li n hint besthat I ever had'.in mf life. I, mamic sit,y ¿bout twelve miles from have, hod i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 January 1862

WjVJWT" ' COUl¥TRYWAl¥. brouoh, Edit of, pro tern. BELLV1LLE—TEXAS. i.im i, i ' Hereafter we will pubiah no legal en ta unless tbe order i> aecoin- 1th the fush. 'I he law require* It aeowary that we should have it ia ord> r to a-utain our business; . not that we fear the partiea are Dot res- prasiblefor their payment. 0 JOHN P. OBTERHOUT. , Stijc#«.fiouftrenj—• Deutfc^er Uietrift— Cfrfte JRunbt. ^nbuitttp. Dqb. 21 unt 22. ©tllviUe. -3an. 11 uub 12. C. <3)rptr, Sarft Hfltfflfr. Contributor* malt lend thfilr rial uauiu «han tjipy write for thu Countryman. W uitty un Wall remark alio, that in guttural, thou) who wrlif far publication, should write poly on one aide of the paper, leaving the other aide blank. They ahould also uae black ink. ' Wantrd at this office 20 lbJ of firm beef tallow for which the high- est market price will be paid. SDITOBXAX. CORBBSPONDENCE. Camp Kir&v, Dec. 21st, 1861, It is astonishing how free and easy oue feels who has been sworn in to the serv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 January 1862

i. I ' vTJtimZ., now in the army in Virginia to Ais Brother at Hempstead. ^Mn JACO .—I an I. i land in thtcitiiny'i coturry—my Hf« in at stnke. I mtjr full any day at the point of he bayonet or by thi taiimle b ill. 1 Ü..vi5 btU <HM> tiling lo say aiM that ia to b« a «brother to my sister •ud a non lo my Mother iu my ab> • lice, mid it | |K vi r live to reward yoi|, heaven may. Your , K. w. c. rWocif il VTIOIt T «kt PMf]« ar tM «lata of couipa WllKilKAS, i; has come to the kuQwie.lgi- of tilm Executive,' thitt Cotton in b'ijig removed from the plantationsutitl stored at various points on the different Riilrotd lines of th country, and in souie instance*, that it is being placed iu ware-hous ^, on. and adjacent to the coast, and also on various rivers emptying into the GuM. And wherens, in the opinion of the Executive, every hale of cottqn to placed, is an additional incintive 'to the cupidity of our avaricious and unnatural uimmy, and augeriftg to grpat extent, our cities, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 1 January 1862

V ir.; ■ i and doclcred thnt bad íi^er grown cold r, «be asid, because, litted of the friend , you thought ' Tharessa, do not jjritb former jeaftbsy, ' doubt your fealty, iniscencea of former days have bloomed afresh—let us'for grt the past, atad dive deeper into I thendreamy chair close to her, Wtj. lwnd aa if by intuition playing with her glo # cnrlfl, and whispered .Somethinglikd1 the following to her: . -''©earest Tfraressa, we have known Mob other for more than two years ; >we have declared that we loved— •dearly loved; wilt thou be mine, to •«beer me on through the checquered macanea of life; to make its journey -amoothe and make a happy heart V ♦•¿«ems," she said after - a .consid- able pause, ".where too. hearts bent nison, as 'I have every reason to ire ours «fo, I oí course could * urge no objection to your request." A day wak appointed, at which time our two happy hearts were to be joined in holy wedlock, but her pa- rente were yet to be consulted, which,. ' on the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 January 1862

JMÁ ¿m X* Vh nW7 :eyi wm i v4 l3fcí5TI^. l^,eer "> 3*° 1'■*$'. "|MIH •* 7~. fVP mm lá^MtLc iiiwtié wük l J- * «Qjj||rá¿aií| Efitor, fro tm. E-1,; •. •-> v-Jtfij! j ■Éü¿ág.4uwnr. i >—«. F ■ '.$ ' iHr J mSSP avoid any 4i#app°intments m p ^ heiobf infirm nv former páHi and tlftr public U) general, roqa this day 1 shall oulv seU UMLor exohange «ooda for HI 3W V • : • •' *r ' / KiqSS*. ^r^iJ^l 1862. WPplWjlwpBlíl'.? 'i . ^Wehdvt to nÜuue our alwi fili lí ováif to MÉnomÍ06 in pa- outhorw OodfederoCy. ^ We do tMfa wiflMpe great objection i anona, ps by discontinuing H^n,wec givenéar{ um issue or two. Some will b anvhow. 'whnlrftfea best is ^e can'only 4^ the kind mm K•/,-i '3J"*"" KS ■_í «T The Concert given by the die* of Travis and vicinity, we no derstand, VÚ well Attended, the spa- clous building being crowded A> over- flow. There were about Mantean pet formers, which combined to. make a variety of rich, sentimental and comic pieces of music, whicb waa excellent- ly perform...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bellville Countryman — 8 January 1862

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Publication Title: Bellville Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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