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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 June 1866

raa TBCÉ GIRL WHO WEARS BAL- MORAL BOOTS. A naughty editor has tho audacity to publish the following extract from a private letter: Dear ■■ : I have just returned from skating, and I had such a splen- did time that I must set right down and tell you all about it. You know this was my first attempt, and 1 got along so finely that I got a number of compliments. T'was not the compli- ments I care for—-of course nor.— 'Twas only the thought that" some of these times I should be able to skate so as to astonish the natives. Why even you will be obliged to stand off and admire. There was one little girl who skat- ed beautifully. She run a race with a gentleman and won. And well she might win! She has skated all her life. Oh, I must tell you before 1 for get it—-I fell down twice. After 1 had fallen the second time, Tenie came rushing up to me and said : "Oh Mary! how you show your legs!" (yes, she said Jogs,) but I didn't care, for I had been particular to put on all clean and pretty cloth...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 June 1866

\ can 's J.W VOL. 6.! BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1836. { NO- 23. mm C|e (fwndipira. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. OFFICE OVER ENGELIUi'S STORE, KELLVJLLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. 3WU39i&2ig*Hi®£r ÍB&'JÍSSI a —CASH — Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Sis months,... 1,50 Fi% numbers make a volume. rascwra &BWB&IIÍ28;IH& íaüi03 % IIT Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for fir*t insertion, and 10 .cents for each subsequent insertion. IjPNo advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. E5PA liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. 5VA11 Kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. For the Countryman. A RSodel Wife. Perhaps few men are more observant 01' women, than your humble servant; And none perhaps, can boat more know- ledge, Unless perchance he's been to college. I've traveled some, I've lived at home, In taking notes I write tiiem down, And mostly in a handy pocket, My friends may find a good sized docket." I find my labor co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 June 1866

/ I %\t fantrpsn. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. BELLTILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 15th. 1866. The following persona aro authorized agenta 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 & Sandcliff, 115 Common SL New Orleans. O. W. Johnson, San Felipe. ák (D« (8aixtaitu Of Candidates for State and District offices, Ten Dollars; for County offices, six dollars. Tickets with the names o all the candidates announced in this paper,—all the names 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 the same charges will be made. Te Our Patrons. DURING the publication of ttal notice the un «brained vacates the chair editorial, and the aame will be occupied by a perion who deiirei to be incog. All money may be paid to the underiign J. P. obtebh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 June 1866

announcements. \ are authorized and requested to an-1 date for County i Judge CHAS. L. CLEVELAND, 1 County, at the next election. te* Supreme Court WE are authorised and requested to announce ASA H. WILLIE ai a candi* •date for Judge of the Supreme Court. te WE «ounce of Liberty county, as a candidate for judge of the 8upreme Court. Election 4th Mouday in June. te* WE are authorized and requested to ■announce R. COKE a> a candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court. STATE TREASURER. WE are authorized and requested to announce GEORGE J. DURHAM a> a candidate for State Treasurer, at the •ensuing election. te CommiMioner. General Land Office- we are authorized and requested ¡to announce john machemehl as a Candidate for County Surveyor. at the ensuing election. p. County Commissioner. W}3 are authorized and requested to announce C. H. BROSSMAN as a candi* Commissioner of Austin A. 'S. STE^NENBERO. OH AS. XESSLEE. O. W. CARTER. STEBNBNBBBO, KSSSLSKfc OO, WHOLESALE AND WE are authoriz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 June 1866

TV a' v Tt\ ■ • J V [' 4 ' \ t> J "I am very; sorry I kept you wait- ing tinelo,v said George with a blttsh, as he took hi seat io the carriage for a ¿rive; I hope you have not been here long." "JuRt thirty minutes," said the old gentleman. Thencar«fu!ly folding hi newspaper, he gathered up the imííih And gave them a little admonitory •hake. "I am very sorry indeed; but you aee I was detained and could not get off before." He would have colored «(ill deeper if obliged to explain the frivolous cause OÍ his delay. "If it could not be helped ' said the other, ,"of course it is ail right; but if ft might n ave been avoided, why then it Is another matter., Half hours are 'ecions things, my toy, andyou will " "bom so if you live long. Puuctu- láfcst be a voung man's watch- Wprd ifhe ever hopes to make any- thing of himself or opportunities.— Ihadayoung'friend once in Now Haven, who went into business for himself justas yon hope to next fall but he had this standing failing, he was alwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 June 1866

> < ft ... VOL. 6.} Ck Crafrpan. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. sviBaa&iHra&asr SUIWBS —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 44 44 44 Six months,. ' Fifty numbers make a volume. BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1866. 1,50 A.©Tfflja«jasa ® u&itfss« CP* Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents for each subsequent insertion. O^No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. tyA liberal deduction made on year ly advertisements. mm win Cj^All kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per Month or Tear. —SPECIE— ty A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year, Ten Dollars. 3 in'ths. 1 column.....$ 2500 4 44 .... 1500 ¿ 44 .... 1000 6 in'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 iu advance, in Specie, or its equivalent. ESTRAY Advert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 June 1866

r í í,\t (fatírpan. T, PROPÍtlK J. P. OSTEBH BEHTIUe, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNK 22th. 1860. The following persons aro authorized agents &r"The Countryman,'' and will receive subscriptions ana advertising, uud receipt for moneys due this office: .T. a. Daniel, Houston. W. P, Doran, Galveston. Wharton 6c Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe. 4tfrsr®usr«aiai0&«j¡ 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 S,per,—all the names being printed on e same ticket,—will be printed and dis- tricted 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 thin notice the an dtralgned vacates tko chair editorial, und the Name will be occupied by n porgan who denlreg to be incog. All money* may be paid to the underaign ed or t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 June 1866

s£ 9BÉ ! ANNOUNCEMENTS. Supreme Court. WE at authorized and requested to aiiuounce ASA H. WILLIE as 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. E Joe tion .'4th Mouday in June. te* WE are authorized and requested to ; announce R. COKE as a candidate for . Judge of the Supreme Court. STATE TREASURER WE are authorized and requested to .announce GEORGE J. DURHAM as a candidate for State Treasurer, at the ensuing elestiun. te Commissioner Gcnoral Land Office- WE are authorized and requested to . announce THOS. WSI. WARD as a candi- .dute for Commissioner of the Genera Lund Office. te State Senate. WE are authorized and requested to . announce J. W. McDADE as a candidate for State Senate, for the District embracing Austin and Washington counties. District Attorney. WE are authorized and requested to .announce EMMETT JONES, ESQ., of Fort Bend coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 June 1866

MB. DAVIS. J. P. BYRNES. 4- W. PERBINE Byrne* 4 Per tee, 1866! i i 11 ■ li ['■ f J i i J According to * Fort re* Monro* correspondent 9 lie N. Y. Herald, and inquiry is li tliy to be instituted in regard to tbf | resonal treatment to which thispi !t ner of State ha* been subjected, ij- some the under* lings there. Th< writer says: "It is alleged fat some veir un- palatable facts w I be developed, and revelations of wr * unbecoming in- dulgences in vetj small and petty feelings. The greatest fault-finding •resent is with a > eceut verbal order ding, officers /."om taking o hats to Jeff Davit, or shaking hands ¥ fo off their with him. Wh'e there aré those who would both a pprove and applaud an humbling and contemptuous course of conduct towsÉUs Mr. Davis in his present position as prisoner, there are those whose íatural gentlemanly úngline with CRAWFORD ROUSE. GALVESTON, TEXAS. Opporite Cathode Otanh, ftoattef tai Chnrefc St, •ad numiof back to the Public Square. 4 pr OPRIETOK8....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 June 1866

.. ,'S 1 > 'Tr " m VOL. 6.} ®|t fentrpan. •J. P. OSfKRHOUT, Proprietor. opmcb oveii engelke's store, ■BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COVKVY, TEXAS. aviBoaat&wsiroi* B&toib ® —CASH— Specie—Singlo Copy, 1 year,$8,00; " 41 *" "Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. &®T8uaTOM st a * Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 conts for each subscquent'Lisertion. No advertísieai9Qt inserted for less than $3,00. CyA liberal deduction mado on year ly advertisements. ry All kind* of Job Printing executed with no itnesB and dispatch. ?j $} ^ ^ i *9 S ^ 3 Ad verti*ing$cr Month or Toar. ^SPECIE- BP A Car¿, not exceeding the space occupied by te uplines, 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 pai.1 f§r •in advancc, in Specie, or its equivalent. ESTKAY Advertisements hardecl in by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 June 1866

*>*/ • .., * :■ t . ; _ "J- • m - RH ♦f 1 AHIWA MRt <iS IWIWHK' P * i 4 /' £&>■ %¿i fe /: I j. 1'. OSTElíHOTT, PhopkietOB. BELIiVILIJi), TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 29th. 18GG. The following persons are authorized agents for "The Countryman,'' and will receive subscription* and advertising, and receiot for moneys duo this office: J. Ji. Daniel, Houston. W: P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Sandclift', 115 Common St., New Orlenus. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe*. To Oar Patrons. DURING- thp publication nftliln notice tho un «Iniviptuert vacate tho chair editorial, and the Mama will bo occupied by u person who desires to be incotr. All r.ionoyij may bo paid to tho undersign ud or to our pnblisher. May 25,1860. J. P. OSTBRIIOUT. regular U. B. mail under rangoment. At Last.—Wo aro now to have a a now ar Tho mail leave Bren- ham for Richmond, passing through IjullvillS, Mondays nr«d Thursdays. The return mail leaves Richmond on Mo-ndriys and Thursdaysfor Brenhára. írlP Wonder who tho Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 June 1866

\ : ?'% h •; J J~ fi tbju^^ng incident. When Gen Longstreet advanced Upon the Federal M't *t Gettysburg, its first line was carried, but the ene- my being heavily reinforced rallied mil in turn drove our portion of the line (Anderson's Qeorgia brigade,) from the position, as well as other rfor us; nearly all of our general offi- cers were killed or wounded. Our heavy line had crumbled to a mere 'handful, and the flower of Longstreet's corps lay yeKering in blood. We were slowlv retreating, leaviug many •of our dead and wounded in the hands •of the exulting foe. The hosts of the enemy came on like the mighty tide of the ocean, and the loud shouts of victory were already rising from it heir haughty lips. The blue hills in their rear were bristling with bayo- nets and pouring torrents of reinforce- ments down their winding slope.— when we should have been re- Now iuforced with 30,000 troops, Genera Lee had not a man to send us. Offi cers broke their swords upon the rocks, and many of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 June 1866

1 f' V I 1 i i 6 i; 'í ir / * , r ■ JB | '«i I".* III' ,,, - \,*Í¡; '*• | *'jDoom of the World.The North Britisu Review, discoursing on the doom of the world has the fol« lowiug remarks: What this change is we dare not oven conjecture} but we see in* the leavens themselves some traced of destructive elements £id some indi* cation of their anuihilative powers. The fragments of broken planets the descents of meteoric stones upon our globe, the .whirling comets wield* ing their loose material at the solar surface, the volcanic eruptions in our satellite, (he appearance of new stars are all foreshadows of that impending convulsion of which the world is doomed. Thus placed on a planet which is to be burnt up, and under heavous which are to pass away; thus residing, as it were, on the cemeteries and dwelling upon mauso- leum* of former worlds, let us learn the lessons of humility and wisdom, if we have not already been taught in the school of revelation. CRAWFORD HOUSE. galveston, texas. ...

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

f1? V*'' ■ @ 3s ^ '> •' - < Raw** EMMHI mjx>¡¡m> VOL. 6.Í BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1866. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. office over engelke's store, BELLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. suascraxvwrosr u&isas a —CASH— -Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 44 44 44 Six mouths,... 1,50 ¡ Fifty numbers make a volume. AUwaiattaBa anisas a t3PAdvertiaemeuts inserted at 15 cents • per line, for first insertion, and 10 ceu«s for each subsequent insertion. EF*No advertisement iuserted for less tlmn $3,00. I^A liberal deduction made on yoar ly advertisements. M WWW J3PA11 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. 1 column. h " • i " • 3 m'ths.. ..$2500 .. 15 00 . 1000 6 m'ths. $ 4000 25 00 15 00 12 m'ths $ 75 (to 4000 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged lor by the line, and to be paid for iu udvance, in Specie, or its equivalen...

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

' i, ( i \ > ■ Efe I I ■ fi I I 1 ||l ih ■km mm 1 \ .4 ; f i H, ' i i lv J. P. 08TEBH0UT, Frofbibtor. BELLTILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 6th. I860. TIm following persons are authorised ageati for "The Countryman,'' and will motive subscriptions andadvertising, and receipt for moneys due this office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton 4b Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johnson, San Felipe. To Ow Patrons. DURING the publication of this notice the on JmiinMd vneatM the will dentaMd vacate* the chair editorial, and the «ame will be occupied by a person who desires to be All money may be paid to the ttbderaign > one publisher. 95.1866. Hay: j. p. obterhout. É To the Sick.—If you don't believe that Engelke has some fine wine for medicinal purposes, call on him and see for yourselves. ' Attention is called to the card of Gaylord & Bolmes, general com- mission merchants and wholesale grocers, Franklin st., Houston, to-be found in another column. The C...

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

>8 •h IS, 18, ifn'tfy, v- jr *• - ; :$y Mr) r« 1 M£ From the LaCrosse (Wis.) Democrat. AUCTIONEERING OF MASSA- CHUSETTS GI11LS. "A pacific coast editor protests against the Mercer project of shipping Yankee girls to that region, and de- gires the press east of the Rocky mountains to speak out and put a stop to this business. He says "Let no more unprotected females be exposed to the perils of these shores." People have wondered at the sense Girdling the Earth.—Gen. E. 8. Sanfovd, President of the American Telegraph Company, sailed on Wed- nesday for Europe* to make arrange- ments for making telegraphic connec- tion with the Atlantic telegraph when it stall reach our shores ana also to push forward the work of laying a submarine telegraph from Florida to Cuba. It is proposed to continue the line from Cuba to the coast of §outh America, and have the whole wwj -—***w -v - work completed this fall. The tele- <of this Massachusetts abolition phi- graphic wire already stretches from...

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

: i ■ i} i lí i t I m ¡t" il K. « /- ' r' % , It * w I ' i AM ■ 4. *- \ • ; r«. r A :4 JB«a/ Bwcw«V..—Take ono cop of lard, one pint of sweet-milk, a hearing teaspoonful of salt, and the least] bit of soda. Bub the lard well into- the flour, then add the milk, salt and soda, knead it down so long as you can work in flonr, then beat it till it blisters; roll out, cut and bake in a slow oven until thoroughly done. If the]above direc- tions are strictly followed, you will have biscuits equal to the best of crackers, and quite as inviting to the delicate appetite of the poor invalid. Roman Ruin .—In the recent ex- cavations at Mount Palatine, a suit of rooms in the Emperor's Palace has been found, in which were well pre- served frescoes, bar-reliefs and col- umns : also, a bu¿t of Británicas and a tine statue without the head. Several Roman inscriptions have been dug up /at Ostia. In the Appiun Way a human skeletou, of the natural size, reclining on a bud, and pointing to the Gcoutc Sea...

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

> H II ' I itIV- ®he * *v ■**fir.. 'ft i -• >.íf4•■$£ ■ ; ■ • íi'ifíl- , - H)*■ * VOL. 6.} BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1866. tikp. mmtrprcn. J. P. OSTERHOUT, Proprietor. OFFICE OVER EHGELKE'S STORE, MÉLLVILLE, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS. swB8<0!wraaii®st m&wms* —CASH— Specie—Single Copy, 1 year, $3,00 " " " Six months,... 1,50 Fifty numbers make a volume. &0>V12&l®282£r& Í I3P" Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and 10 cents lor each subsequent insertion. CF*No advertisement inserted for less than $3,00. KF°A liberal deduction made on year- ly advertisements. . mm w®m* I3PA11 kinds of Job Printing executed with neatness and dispatch. Advertising per fiKontk or Tear. —SPECIE— A Card, not exceeding the space occupied by ten lines, brevier, per year Ten Dollars. 1 column. h " 4 " 3 m'ths. ....$2500 ... 1500 ... 1000 6 m'ths. $4000 ?5 00 15 00 12 m'ths. $7500 4000 2500 ALL legal and transient advertisements charged for by the line, a...

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

v P ' € 9 * í I " I I I *' 1 1 i % < M 2 i ' V 1 ■'I,;*-- '1 .':r i ■ \ " I /'- • j <i 1 'In Á.' •t'A %W L< '4 v, « Jr* • > ■y ■ \ ' /% / J. p. 09T8BBOUT. ittinut Bditor BELMILLE, TEXAS; FRIDAY, JULY 13th. 1866. The following persons are aathorized agents for "The Countryman/' and will rewire subscriptions and advertising, and reeeipt for moneys due (his office: J. N. Daniel, Houston. W. P. Doran, Galveston. Wharton & Sandcliff, 115 Common St., New Orleans. G. W. Johuson, San Felipe. See the card of T. Mather & Co., Cotton and Wool factors and Commission Merchants, on the Strand at Galveston. They are also sole agents for the State of Texas for Pratt's improved Cotton Gins. can gather there must have been a considerable fight; the snake fought desperately, standing upon the end of his tail and springing at his assail- ants. They finally succeeded in kill- ing him by striking him upon the head with a rail. We passed by shortly after and saw him, he measur- ed four...

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

5 i IV The Alexandria (Md.) Journul has í Important Legal Decision.—The the following : | Supreme Court oí Pennsylvania, at its On Thursday night, about 10. o'clock, several colored raen, bailing an ,mPortilnt Pomt macase taken from the Freedmen'a Village, a short UP from Northampton county. We distance from this city, armed to the refor,to the ca8e ot> tll° Commonwealth teeth, presented themselves at the já* ^nora ^°^n« w^u had been in- home place of Mrs. Murtaugh, on dicted a8 a comui(?n scold, &c., and the Washington road, and commenced ^^l^tted ««der a ruling by Judge depredations in a style not calculated Maynard- r^edefendant was indict- xo sait the convenience of the pro-10(1 011 two counts- The first charged prietress, who entered her solemn he* feeing a common scold, and * protest against such proceedings, and * d!aturber of tbe Peace of the neigh- exerted herself to the utmost to screen bo«>°?a • ¿he second, with being an her premises from the incursions of perso...

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