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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 August 1857

m M -í V. ■ . r . •'-/i-; '.V PSETSif ¿I3W t-UZ «í «-? n.'í>tr-.¡i.: .' -?' ;k hnjr. -.10Í55: — * e;£ ■:: e-Jj.irsLift.e it* > :4i <i$%: OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, T 01 s.oufH;, t r ■■, ■ *£2 ■*$£ L gtltrttli j&torj. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATllíDU, AUGUST AVMT ÍAILT'S MtíFFv ^ t o. * futoajx. ? was a peculiar woman. For sixty yean she bad retained her hárd lire;and the man having: the assurance liar to excbtügé it for his own, bare been a rare companion for £iia tiger hunts in the jungles of Africa! At least, no one in the village of B ■ - would dftte to question his man- hood. v $he was one of those who seemed to Jhave be^n an o)d*maid in perspective. Be- fore sho arrived at" her teens, she used to stone the boys with a malignant delight} and ere she.was out of them, her contempt for the opposite sex was so strikingly mapi- fested,. that all prudent young men, if accidentally walking upon the same side sraílt, to avoid a meeting, would veTy quick- ly cross to the other side, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 August 1857

^¡jfc ríM Wm •■«■- •' -•• ■ W&L &£ >OPÍ ts. fW m- Ifeili •-•?• .XUG.15, 185Í afea wittbe inserted accompanied by tie 10,teh advertiee- ' than to make it. r, our town subscriben This convenient and bettor for all the earner. in this e com Wolearo that the crop will fattened , the 10th inst . . JEyAttention is directed to the adver- liBcesgiitcfr Moffat* Life Pills «id Phoenix Bitters* to be found in another column. These preparations have obtained a wide celebrity in our State, as efficacious rem- Te beg leave to direct the at ten - [ from any of the " ills •ha flesh is hefr to," to the advertisement of W. H. £uoj & Coy of Houston. The are of Texas preparation, and to the diseases of the climate, and :&m Id recommend invalids to purchase tvfmhygsd inpre- fcrence to the quack medicines which far Mr. K. E. Whttfiwj fia returned fro KewYork, and i looking in fine . health and' spirits. He baa purchased a rousing stock of goods, which will soon bé received by him is Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 August 1857

m "■'ZV —• 1 _the iprecincts, as i^fi^lttqn 1Í6. vcnwr : Lubbock 287 '; Jesse s-'íá-.-y i%4íJl % ->ma<2alr; Crosby 187. i CÓüHTT. ¡441; Houston 502. "Lubbock 441; /esse > 9 ,l v: . . • White 424 .Crosby 621. * 3$$ «wrasoir county. Bmmnont Precinct—Governor: Run 33.. . ! ,* Lubbock 44 ; Jesse r: Brans IS; -l&agátt 43. ¿Mpmmv&fp White-22 ; Crosby 46. , - • fURlñr COURT*; « v • Runnels 1S6; Houston- 94. •r: Lubbock l4l; Jesse mit®T34T; Crosby 90. 186; Eváhs 85. tylíU cóusnrtr. : Runnels 304; ^Houston 141. ; Frank. Lubbocb 360; ^^missmer ? White 262 , Crosl>y 169. ,iriU ^ coukty. Governor! Runnels 351 ] Houston 110. Jtfemi. Governor: Lubbock 354; Jesse •; White 312; Crosby 97. _ 315; Evans 84. /or Amendment 185 j against 125. iém covwir~éti¿~ * - j White 340; Crosby 180. pan 371.; Hbwth 102. AKMSBSON, COtTHTT—FDLL. +&$fcrnot:; Runnels fi07 ; Houston 4 75; minority fair Runnels, 132. . , lubbock 605; Qnsnes, 530;jnaiority for Lubbock 171. ; WhHé4í7; Crosby605; 128...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 August 1857

THE ,ORADO CITIZEN WEEKLY, ¿PAKER & BROS. ¡h'wh'"' '. * *1 >j,_ • ! '{ 1 MoWNpaperif ] , ...... | i presa notice dcredas wishing to con- the discontinuance or y continue to *end paid. i tor refuse to take their liehi&ey are sent,' ¡ until they pay up. in remove toother places witht *ad the paper is sen } are' held responsible CT The coarta have decided that refusing to take *.jteri dic$d or paper from the office, or re. moving had leaving it uncalled lor, isprimafacie evidence of fraud; ST TENNYSON. : ' ' ' Tinte as* some hearts that, like the loving vina es that sófiér and do not repine— Patient and sweet as lowly trodden flowew, Tlatftep beneath the passer'afieel arise, JknA give back odorous breath instead of sighs. Bfct there are other heart* that will not feel TbéJowly lova that hunts their eyes and can; That wound food faith with anger worse than steel, And out of pity's spring draw idle fean. O, Nature ! shall it «Ver be thy will HI things with good to mingle, good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 August 1857

- J 4-'- ?P' T-^f ^S?SP$ THE UNION. STATE; SOUTH, AND DAY, AUGUST 29, 1857, ess* a faun* | advanced n ion Ofthe forest ] in which AC Sleeping city. in A K Y. -f •" . btwm. g. t. weaver. their rifles in trail, and their faces and bodies rendered more by the gro- of lue British and American colonist inia, Obio^and *h$f«Bb~< "'~ rirrtiTii^tlTp M _ lenlsd^^lrfrontier, andthe Indians by"thb.'r Bumerous forays «id barbarity to all who **« unfortunate •aougb to (all into their ban ds. To put a stop to these aggressive pro- eotdirg-, numerous bodies, both of ¿the * regulars" and the colonial miTitia were dispatched to the several points assailed; wdunoogdKlfM Col. H.ory Jnua, with t company o^jtone thirty man, Md among whom were a party of some doi,en Virginia riflemen, was ordered to occupy * aaoall outpost, or log fort, which at this period stood within a few miles of the north fork of -thi^yieghany river. &#frdHTved aafely at their quarters, the litUaeompany set about righting up ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 August 1857

in.: rHERf PfcOPRÍETfcRj TRUTH. Tlié" roost imfmftant question ever, as&ed by mortal man, is, What shall We do'to ">e saved I and probably tli? next immediately following is that simple question asked the great Nazarene Reformer by Pontius Pilate, the R man Governor of Judea, viz:';What is/Pinth ! What h sublime interrogation in three words —in three syllables! lie wfixv called hifihself the light of the world, d*df not answer this question directly, but he •Art, as it ie more trouble with eück advertise- j j,U(j ta„ght it before, as he understood it, "Met the money than tomake it. fn t)|e and mh^me doctrines, which [S.TEgAS: tVG.v.AUG. S3,1857 QZTNo Legal At&ertisement trill he ineerted im tie Crezca unlet* aceoittptrnird bp the ■ tW Rev. Mr. J^ohn Scherer will have divine, servicein the Lutheran Church at 10 o'clock next Sabbath-. ' ItV stated that Clio county of Mc Lennau, in which ie situated the famous town Waco, wHf be able, this season, to tell 40,000 bushels of co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 August 1857

4 .25 JDO 5 00 ieittimjs of charged lines or lew, the CI & CoDNTIE*. Election Returns. Governor Land Office. 71 Anderson ..607 Angelina. Atascosa. Austin.. Bandera.. Bastrop.. Bell... .v. Bexar.... Bjsqué 53 ...148 ...375 ....000 ..,419 . * 27*2 . . v 891 ¡85 ' ' .,,$á oo 3f 50 eft nibs. .. 4 Oo vear, hi adnncé. y .... .J2 5j> rr iirwhtnce... < .90 00 —-yé t* advance.... .35 00 i mint be sent to one address, * * up, in order to «¡dure onr Car* for jpfcacen. We the following from the Nasli faction of iennard Parr. i^orrespondtint. tTe poWish it for the arife of suffering iumanUy í RcciPK.—Barn red-oalt bark (that of oíd fnT* mx ««ot cream with these salt? SVlbrms a that may be apread on Qnread -this on a piece of bla«-k «Mt*«r®tóienÉ ,O COYer t,,e ca,K'er- TO. whiter *Íio uhl be^P1 on «he cancer „ ¿ „ flia o-t. 'Wt can Dear it; but it* long nsrt'epatK ^ it i^lot usu. «yyyáürr* te i u,iRf- ¿¿«mTSwm: The H#* of ,his plaster, or rather anew one ^acl1 l,mcr °njJ 1 , . , , • nt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 August 1857

TH B áfó^CÍTIZEN M «■IU í Br J. D. BASER & BEOS. ■+, of Ifewspaper . - §J Subscribers w|u>do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con- tiaue their subscription. *gT K subscriber* order the discontinuance 01 iÉair papen, publishers may continue to send them until all arrearages aré paid. Iff l£ subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, they are held responsible until they pay up. jpr IÍ subscribers remore toother places witht •at iufonnmg the publisher, and the paper is sen to (hit former direction, they are held responsible. U The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- IBQtiitg and leaving it uncalled lor, i a prima facie evidence of fraud. JwUttá) $ attrg. Bhinologf-A JPhiocopbic Poem. BT JOHN O. BASK. Motto: wI Note what I knows." Hail, mighty nose i thou much insulted part! Thy praises, like thyself, shall soon be• blown/ - And with the ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 September 1857

r'-' *- Wm ■i • a'j-i'* ^ j COUNT ÜV R STATE, rVjf* ' "k ■ yj*r tiggnri• ■', r , , - " : • : .* • *• v: j }y.r O ÜTH, AND THE ÜN10 Él i Viir'U COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURBftT, SEPTEMBER 12,1857. Jr ■afta fIMPING A HUSBASD. >t pxoot morehe10. 'Uncle, mayfi ride Milo ?" I said one jht June morning, as he sat at the fcreákfast table. : "maeMiio?" "Yes ; it's such a beautiful day." u But he'll throw you! * J ' "Throw meT'' and ! laughed merrily feud-incredulously. u Say yes, dear uncle,' i e&btiawsd coaxingly; " There's no fear, and I'm dying for a canter." * You'lídie on a canter then," he retor- ted,^ his grim wit, " for he'll break jHUfinfe i The horse has only been ridden the?* trffe, twice by myself and once by Joe* " But you have often said I was a better than Joe/* Joe was the stable boy. ^ That is a good uncle, now *do," And I threw my arms fboul his neck and kissed him. ♦ I knew, by experience, that when I did this I generally carried the day. My uncle Mied to look stern; but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 September 1857

'Wr % AUD PRO PRIE i TEXAS: ' SEPT. 12, >$7 AY MORNING. Legal Advertisement 'will be Citizen , unlet accompanied me it4 mofe ttoubie with such celled the money\than to wilibodelw of the tfaion School, next &¡sm jsy There will be a Camp-meeting in ihe vicinity of Cokwribw, (about two miles from town,) ^commence on Thursday, 8th of Ocupes, proximo, The public at laqjeare respectfully invited to attend. mm g f yipeteor, whose debut wis recorded 4n the Citizen, of the -5th inst,, was alee see at Galveston, Se guin, Baton Rouge and doubtless at manji other placel showing that it mjrst have and brilliant. Tie annals we believe do net Jpraish another such instance. . _ inserted now; 4hey are dÜié author has tVe poetic but he needs experience in the o£ language, and his expression is &$&&&. Poetry, as w§ take ii, is beauts • ful thought beautifully expressed $ * a beau- tiful thought aod softly bodied forth." According to this definition, there is much poetry in prose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 September 1857

EE COLORADO CITIZEN #n TXHKG "insertion.....-:.....,. .$1 00 50 one year;...10 00 600 .ir......... 4 00 áfcanged^uarterly, one year.80 00 Half - * " " 45 00 QoatWeelnmn. ... 25 00 JUnamMMnwi«f Candidates........;.. 5 00 Communications of a private or personal chárteter, will be charged O^Ten^iDai or lew. cinstitute a square. 8IJB8€RIt>TlO?l: been received by the Spanish Legation —- jtóiat a diplomatic rupture with Mexico is ¡ fíot " '{Jme ctipy one year, in advance. 00 t One copy am y oar, paid m six months. 3,50 t,péid in twelve mo'8... 4 00 year, in advinee. ISi 50 Te?eopies,one year, in advance. .......90 W Twenty copfea, one year, in advance.... .35 00 All copies most be sent to one address, " í a Club mjde np, in order to secure our raid tSm b is mU« op iChplqea. C§t 0trjj fatal fnftUijtittf. -Ttr XATgfcEttBOFE. BY TELEGRAPH. fftw York, Sept. 2.-—The steamship TTanderbilt, which left Southampton on Saturday, August 22, has arrived at this fütt. Site brings three days later n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 September 1857

% fei; attír Sratunm. THE <' Laugh and grow fat." bt j. a. bakeb &.bu03! Th¿ Lair of lícwspaper8< _ a bscribers who do not give express notice lo tiie Sntrary, we considered as wishing to con- . t ¿eir subscription. rr If subscribers order the discontinuance 01 ibe* papers, publishers maj continue to send Tfom until ill arrearages are paid. * Vr If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, tjiy are held responsible until they pay up. iCT If subscribers remove toother places wilht ¿gt informing the publisher, and the paper is sen to the former direction, they are held responsible yy. fhe courts: have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled lor, isprimafacie evidence of fraud. SilectcS U«tr¡j. akií;toh£. *v elizabeth w. brown. * " " Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Tleia- des 1—Job xxxiii, 31. How brightly from his distant throne Does King Alcyone l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 September 1857

J *• h&w m m *k % * <fi. ¿5- 'v?' • Jt^í . ig ,' * i*kiL ... *e&¡ •r~ v - "%4i í«^'ipf :S **j«Í An * ^ 0ig^'~ r. ab • - ^ I J?. <£)/. '4- ' o;* ;OUÉ COUNTY, ÓÜR 'STATlE, §jH|E, 'SÓUTH, Í.ÍTÍ) THE UNION. ■ i - Jr.-v. ? , TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, íg¡?; NUMBERS 4feg« :u* Col. Yell's First Court. íoutfifiÉTóif *tk<h. í 'Whén Col. Archibald Yell, afterwards filled at *he battle, of ^Buéiia Vista, had .taken his seat for the' first time on ,tl^a benoh, the -ífikft «case oh tlie docket was plaintiff stood reato. ItVas case ¿htahfed been in litigation five years. the defénd¿ní, and jséi^fcedlinM\ev«ba flog tone: .*Our tritnesses are áBsén*, and therefore I de- ' ■'* c~1 - cenÜBÜed Until the, - jj|N- ^ 'j e affidavit be filed, ior 'not till ^then canl enteitaftl ainotipn f«*r continu- . . iiivol- 'Untartty raised his üuge tfwortl "cane. -, "-Not at all," replied the Judge with his T blandest smiles, Mbüt the ftrtv requires that ; the justifying a continuance must 'appe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 September 1857

(lince in the Island City to stop at. Has- tening back to our boat, the preparations were active for a start at 3 o'clock, P, M., at which time the Éoíipse backed out, and making a small cirefe, she swept by the wharves, coming into collision with the steamboat Jenkins, which was also backing - out. The larboard stanchion and &ome of the planking of our boat was smashed in, but a3 other damage was done. We kept steadily on opr way and just after dark, and after partaking of a most elegant and abundant repast, we came to Lynchburg— near which the ever memorable slaughter, cafled the battle of San Jacinto, occurred on the 21st of April, 1830. Capt. Menard, of «"Eclipse." is a most attentive .and vigilant officer, an old Texan, and afforded ut much pleasure and instruction by re- lating rnauy particulars of the 4* olden time" iu Texas. At about ll£ o'clock came to Houston, tart remai led abed tiH next morning, when we left our boat amid the same everlasting tribulation with porters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 September 1857

u TH%,|^EiQBADO CITIZEN. OF ADVERTISING: Oneinsertion.... $1 00 Each subsequent' insertion...... 50 9anfNf €wds, one square, one year 10 00 . forpi* months....'. i ..w,... 6 00 * Fot three months............1......... 4 00 . One eohraui, changed quarterly* one year.80 00 Hall" " M ,r " 45 00 Quarter colaron i. .25 00 - Annmtn cement of Candidates. 5 00 CT- Political CircnlaM,' or communications of a pg&fUe or personal character, will be charged 83° Tea lines or lessrconstitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: Onto copy one year, in advancc......... .$3 00 o *«py one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One#py one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance....... 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance, i... .20 00 ^Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 fry- All copies must be sent to one address, ■when a Club is made up, in.order to secure our paper at the (Hob ratee. -Hi > . ,M „vt, T® Cynthia. phi darling, I have 44 missed you"— Missed your sunny smile, -<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 September 1857

M NOTHING TO WEAR. AN EPISODE IN -CITY LIFE. JSÚ9 FloraMCoFlMT-scy, of Madison Square, Has made three separate journeys lo Paris, And her father assures me each time she was there, That she and-her friend Mrs. Harris tfNot the' lady whose naasfe's so famous id hist'ry, But plain Mrs. H. without romance or mystery,^ Spent six consecutive weeks without slopping, In one continuous round dí shopping; Shopping alone and shopping together, At all hours of day,«and iu all"s0rts tkf weather-; For all manner of things that a woman can pttt On the crown of her head and the sole of her foot, Or wrap roundI her shoulders,or fit round her waist. Or that can be sewed on, or pin'd on, or taceti, ; Or tied with a string,-or stitched with a bow, In front or behinSá,«above or below. For bonnéts,-mantillas, capes, collars and sharfls; Dresses for breakfasts, and dinners, and bailar; Dresses to ait in, to stand in, and walk in; Dresses to dance in, and flirt in, and talk in; Dresses in which to do noth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 October 1857

¡p %-■ ■ ,-r.; .i «sí]jljii .stosva . ><OTTQ?> i -: r l^uí-i í Jill i)f] 1?'? ■ 'ir i i Hi ■ iMjgi m< n iz -Hitó ■*&&& Tt i : -Ái lo .Tin K • . • .«S) • -• ■?■ M'i its.u M. <• "a. : %iwtT yyj-!/ ? ■**-} ,lr i OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. SffSIK Y. •gww*t :p "¿53*"; '■.>'.?i." v.i-i ^ \ < ' COLUMBUS, TEXAS, — OCTOBER 3,1857. •PING THE QUESTION. \ . „t ' 3! J ' " ; ■ Br GEO. A. BRAD WAY, M.D. 44 Faint liearf^f says Jlie old adage, * never won ¿aír íaíljf* I clo not know who gave birth to this" wise saw"—wheth- ér it is to be found in Homer, (it is a long titae since J read Homer,) or whether some gallant 4on of Mars introduced it to the world by wajr of forwarding the views of himself and comrades. But this I know that whoever the person may be, he has rniM .h tp answer to* the ladies, for subject* ing diem to the impertinence of our sex— iquch to answer to for us, for encouraging the belief that sucb behavior is pleasing to the fai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 October 1857

THE CITIZEN. t. D. Ml J.i. . _. , EMTORÍI áSD PWtRlBTftRS. COLUMBUS, TMAS: SATURDAY MOtNÍÍÍG OCT. i, 1857 {£j-Nq Legél Advertíame# wiü be inserted in the Citizen^ untes* aeeomponied by He cash, me ilia more trouble with suek advertiee- mente, to collect the money than ta make it. jar Some of our merchants We been receiving new good* for the past two weeks, and our town pre&nts a more lively ap- pearance tban during; the dog days, in the tray of business, improvement, Ac lambas is bound to go ahead. Co? • Severa) wagon loads of cotton passed through this place during the past week, en route for Houston and Galveston. Merchants in these cities, who are desirous of securing a portion of the trade of the rich Colorado valley, should advertise in the Colorado Citizen—% newspaper pub- lished in said county, for twelve euoeeseive months previous to the returnday thereof. Verburn sap. ggf Messrs. Milleb k Anseun's car3 may be found in to-day's issue. They are prepared to manufacture any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 October 1857

BATES OF ADTERTiglUG: ; one insertion. $] 00 Wmkrton............. 50 one square, one year... .10 00 r six month*....'................... 6 00 rthlee toMmtks.4 00 eéUram*'chkaged quarterly, one year.AM) 00 Half " " " *• M 45 00 Quartereolamn*..:...~ ••• • • • -85 00 Aanouncetnent of Candidates.. .....¡.. 5 00 O" Poüücal Circulan, or communications of « private ¿r personal «haráete^ >fl) be charged «¿.advertisements. CT Tenliuesor ftm, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy on* year, in advance... ..... .$3 00 Oae copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Fivs copies, one year, if adduce. * ; 12 50 Tea copies, one year, in advance........20 00. Twenty copies, one year, in advanee....'.35 00 0^-All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up,in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. IZEN. I Schedule of Arrival and Depar- TURÉ OF THE MAILS. Th'é ¿ástern lÁail, Arrives, from Richmond, Houston and Galves- ton on M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 October 1857

¿A THE COLORADO CITIZEN PUBLISHED WEEKLY ^- BY J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Newspapers. Subscribers' who do not give expresa notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con- tinufctfceir subscription. If subscribe order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, they are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other placea with- out informing the publisher, and the pa^r 's ^nt to the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing take a periodical or papér from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of fraud. Srltttcir forirg. Texas Daughter. íjy j o u n tyler, jb. 01 ! was I young, as once I was, And thou aa fair aa now thou art, Affection, molten in one mass, Would roll upon my fervid heart, And rend my very soul i...

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