The Bellville Countryman (Bellville, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1862 Page: 1 of 2
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páHi and tlftr public U) general,
roqa this day 1 shall oulv seU
UMLor exohange «ooda for
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^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
um issue or two. Some will
b anvhow. 'whnlrftfea best is
^e can'only 4^ the kind
«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 performed. Thirty dollars aac
■event oente was made op tot the,
benefit of oar soldiers. The following
is alist of donations :
OfluyW, 1 pr. gW;
ley, I nf bocks, J W Bethany,
pr socas, Linda Collins, 1 pr socks,
Ellen Kinney, 1 pr socks, Lucinda
it Campbell, 1 prsocktí, 1 uuiiití Chiiiu-
bell, I pr socks, JfnE K Lott 1 pr
glove*, Mrs Chapman, 2 blankets. £
Sr socks. 1 towel; Mrs McBee 1 pr,
rawert, Ruth Kenney, 1 quilt, 1
pillow and case, Mrs Lucy Pier, 1
comfort, Sarah G Pier, 2 shirts, Jim-
mié Lee, 2, papers (tobacco,^Confede-
rate treasury notes, Mrs L demons,
8 pr socks; Mrs James Lott, 1 com-
Lee, lpr socks.
fdTThe annual session of, the
Grand Lodge of the Independent Or-
der of Odd Fellows, will .polyene i«i
the city of Houston- on the 1st Mon
day in February, 1862.
BELLVlfcLE, TEXAS, J
i i 'i i y
socks; Mrs James Lott, 1 com-
3 pr socks, Mrs ft Campbell 1 pr
I, MrsCatlln, 4 pr socks and 1'
1. Sarah Lee, 1 pr socks, Mary
The Goliad Messenger says a
Lincoln ipy was lately captured in
inola. As he Would
gf Jjimeelf he Was
e sncce&ded'i'rt ma-
hii being Aíawver.
a soldier was khot dead in his
a greát while.
GT Who is a candidate for At
ey General f Where are . all the
¿ ¿r indeed is this office
to seek the man? We kope so, for
in looking nver our exchanges we see
no one offering ¿or that important po-
sition. The election takes placa on
the Sid. of February. -
f ■■ 1 "" '■ ' *•
drill on last Saturday
waa attended by about 70 of the sov
erslgns, of this Beat. There are, we
learn about 140 subject to duty in this
beat. Quite « miscellaneous display
waa made in the way of arms, lome
had shotguns, rifles, muskets, yaw
gen, cudgels, broom-sticks, &c<—
The Captain informed those without
aras, (we among that number) that
they must ápp*pr on parade on next
. > Let the world
be studied as a means of living <
It would be cheaper and much easier1
to let its trade go free, nor demand
any duties to enhance- prices to the
consumer. Hut not alone is the means
of living to be considered, man has a
superior Intelligence to be cultivated
necessary to his fall development and
Divided by language, by different
organized governments, arising from
the distinct character <ff the races
who now inhabit it, each a climate
and soil adapted to it wants, where
is the necessity for supplying foreign
nations with proftise and bounteous
means of living 7 not only needed for
its own people bat absolutely neces-
,sary to complete their development
either as national beings or as means
offensive and defensive for our secu-
rity and peace.
For nature intends the productions
of all countries tq be the means oí
employment and progress to fill of the
same organized community who dwell
on its surface, nor can it fajl to do so
when thua employed.
Therefore manufactures are. a ne
cessity, to form the minds and rouse
the dormant faculties of our people,
even though it becomes necessary to
add a tariff to onr financial system.
It will£e seen from tbu that Eng-
lands froe trade policy is right where
circumstances and a protective policy
would be equally right in ours, as op-
posite circumstances demand oppo-
site modes of action. R. B. H.
• THE NEWS.
Private letters- from England indi-
cate that the people are insane with
wrath against America, and even the
lowest classes hound on the Govern
ment to fight America.
The feeling between Lord Lyons
and* Seward are friendly. Five tug,
boats and two gun-boats arrived at
Cairo on the 24th ult. . It is rumored
in New York, that Mason and Slidel
have been restored, and were sent to
Eugland by the Europa next day.
Up to Ohristmas day the Lincoln
government had not unraveled the
Gordran Knot of English trouble . All
the prominen European powers sua*
sain England. Thft Government sta-
bles at washington were destroyed at
Wa4i gton.©n the 21st, ult. and 200
usettahoraea burned to death.
ie Louisville Journal ia warned
Saturday, with a gun, if they have
no gun and are too poor to .buy on||||flH^^^^HHH|^^|
di.jr.nt P<° 'k«lr ~.ighbor
get one, and tf hia neighbor haa no "
gun, it M*st get m g%m. * Now we
acknowledge ourself down with all
tfrífotOMU compiaiuel b*t*# >«re
■rani >i>d lewo to be •
change in its course la necessary to
secure it longer publication. ' '
Phillip St.George Cocké, a Brig.
General ia the Confedérate amy, ac-
cidentally or designedly killed him-
self at his residence in PoWhat^n
a brave and
he wife of
wliereah, we desire to gi
tain and the relatives
the lamented L^,
if o r
was a lady en4:
uenj for heir
cannot be sii|
her husband and her e!
was ever aealons and H
efforts to contribute Í
4th. That a eopy
tions be fÚriiishea to
to his 801
íish tlie same/
U W.O. J
Lt. o.c. mm
Mrs. B. Brewer—ill
I blanket, 1 pll
socks, 1 towel. *
Mrs. M. Harvey—4 qnlH.
Mrs. S. A/Chappell, 1#
comfort, 1 pillow lb#;
J. P. Shelbourn, 40
Mrs. M. J. Wblttinghi
• pr socks, 1 pr pillow
Mrs. G. Bell—1 quilt
Mrs. D. Ward—Ibid
Mrs. M. Bell—-1
Mrs M. Fleak—1
1 bolster case. 1
Mrs. J. R. Minton—1
2 pillow CHSl'S.
Mrs. P. Bell—1 comfort.
Miss A Bell—1 comfort.
Mrs. R. G. Orurnp—I bo
pillows, 1 pr. blanketa, 1 comfort.
Sim E. Olivet—2, h
Mrs. E. Duncan—^
Mm. M. Oliver—It
Mrs. M. Johnson—6
freedom, yet i
spectacle of me
submitting te 1
trynin w« i
In the list of.
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Kimbrough, J. T. The Bellville Countryman (Bellville, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1862, newspaper, January 8, 1862; Bellville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177028/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.