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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 August 1858

VOLUME II. • I' OOÍÜMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1858.. NÜMBEg 1. THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY^, BY J. B. BAKER & BBOS. The Law of ÍV9. Subscribers * who do not give express, notice to tbs> «ontrary, are considered as-wiehing to con Unné their subscription. If subscribers ojrder the discontinuance of '•Uheir papers,, publishers mij continue to"'' «end 'tbeia until alf arrear ages are paid."" *• If ■•bscribers neglect or reftise io take their , pufeMtjgf the post ofídf to which thoy é aft responsibly The courts have decided that refusing to take a.periodieal or paper from the office, or re. oqpving and leaving it uncalled lor, is primafacie evidence of fraud. The Island of Cuba Cobs was discovered, by Christopher Columbas on the 28tb of .October, l4$2. This great navigator re-visited tbe Island in the years 1404 and Í5Q2. In 15Ü tbe Spaniard* begad to fettle on the Island, and, with but little interruption, have had. poweswioQ of it.ever since. In 1762 Ha- vana was tak...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 August 1858

Si THE CITIZEN. j.uni ten. m. imi a. n. um J. D. BASER * BROTHERS, EDITORS 1ND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Aug. 14,1858. legal advertisement will in future be inserted in the Citizen, unless aeeom- by the ettsh, as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. According to the adjournment, the Board of Trustees of Colorado College will meet next 9atu&ay, 21st inst, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Importan business is before tbe Board, and a full attendance is desired. * We are requested by Judge Coop- er to state that be has auociated with biro in bis school D. H. Hbkdkrson, A. B., a graduate of Jefferson College P#* Mr. H. will take cbaige of the advanced classes, consequently their studies will be nninter- rap ted by the rest of the sebool. One of the teachers will be present throughout the JJby to supervise their amusements. Mr. refer! to W.*W.Hats, Esq, of Goliad, and Dr. Crisp, of this county. His diplo ma call be examined at the store of Mesara. Four* A O arm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 August 1858

& t £ t: r i i,. i i ' gpl IV Em m hW m COLOBADO CITIZEN. OF lOTCKTISIIO : On Square* one insertion..' $1 00 Seek oubsequent insertion ... . 50 Business Carda, one square, one year... .10. AO Poyéis month* 6 00 Fat three moniti*.. |.... 4 i>0 One eoioma, changed quarterly, one ye *. 80 00 Half " « « •• «• 45 00 Qvirtcr coiwiin,...................... 95 00 Annonneeinentof Candidates ;.. 5 00 ftfr Political Ciren'ars, or eommnhfcátions of •'private or personal character, will be charged ns advertisements. Ten linee or tMr*. constitute a square. IVB8CKIPTIOK í Oneeopy one year, Hi advance.. ¿ ...... .$3 00 Ons oopy one yw,paid in six mtfhth's.... 3 50 One eopy one year, pajd in tvelrd ittM. ..400 Fire copies, one year, in adrtnee....... 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance... w... .20 00 Twenty copies, one vearr hi advande 35 00 AH empica mnst be sent to one address, when • (Hob made np, in order to secure oar paper at the Clob rates. Three Days Later from Europe! Th* Prince A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 August 1858

mm mzr -^mfewtms;Si)bfrHsc!nn:t3. Hp rv I LANDS! LANDS!! fpftOSE who hare Laud Certificates,' -I- can J can have the-same located on shares,ISSE on ehoice survey 3-liable to entry in Eastern and Western Texas, !>y calling on • JOHN H. ROBSON, Attorney at Lato, Sept 23,1357, ® Columbus, Colorado Co PETERSON'S MAGAZINE^ A Monthly Periodical of Literature, Art and Fashion. XSITED BTMR3. ANN S. STEPHENS AND MR CHARLES 3. PETERSON. PETERSON'S NATIONAL MAGAZINE, contains from eight hundred to & thousand pages ▼early, a'Jout thiity Steel Plates, and over Four hundred Illustratiens engraved on wood. itt thrilling original stories. No. other Periodical publishes such Thrilling Tales;or such Capital Stories of Real life, Mrs Ann S. Stephens, the celebrated author of «Fash ion and Famine,' r one of the Editors; md she is assisted by all the best female authors of Amer- ica. All the stories published are original, which can not bo said of any cotcmporaty. Morality and virtue are always i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 August 1858

'mt - . = • (?;;i */( It OÜE CO Ü NTT, OUR STATE, ®THE iPbuTH, AND THE UNION. 1 VOLUME II; COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1858. Interview between an American JHHmionary and the Great Mosul. M Rev. Mr. Woodaide sends to the BostoT Presbyterian the following account of a visit to the ex-king of Delhi, since lie be- came a prisoner: Ón the morning before I left Delhi, I had an interview with the ex-king. In order to secare admittance into the quar- ters where he was stationed, I had, in com- pany with a medical friend', applied to the commissioner on the previous day, and, without difficulty, obtained a written order to Jibe officer in charge. Accordingly at ¿He appointed hour we proceeded to the place, and were at once introduced* The house in which we found him was a small, tlppei-storied building, in the street lead ing to the Delhi gate of the palace. The lower .story had no connection with the upper, but bad been used as shops. The room in which we found his majesty was abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 August 1858

M t. . um ..«a. *. Kuai «. b, *xtz% i.b. bafiei* Brothers, ▲IT PROFRIETORS. COLTOlBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Aug. 21,1858. (tí^Nb If pal advertisement will in future %e inserted in the Citizen^ unless accom- by the cash, as it is harder to colled the money than Jo make it. ÉS Election Betnrni. Ths following are the majorities of Judges feell and Buckley in the di^rent counties so far as heard from: Another Camp meeting !—A camp- meeting will come off at tire camp ground ritnatsd at Mrs. Sdsak Rivers, three miles from Columbus, on the 16th of September, commencing Thursday before the third Sunday in the month. vVe are authorized to say that ample preparations will be mad* to accommodate'Hhe physical neces- sities of «II who may attend ; and we are further instructed to*say' that efforts will be made to procure the best ministerial aid the country affords' to minister to the spiritual wants of the people. F-ora the manner in which the getters-up of the jneeting speak, we believe th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 August 1858

- "f ^ ■ —— THE COLORADO CITIZEN. P.i é v- KATES OF ADTERTISÉJÍ6: One Square^ 011c insert ion ¿.. .'$ 1 00 £ach subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For aiz months.. 6 00 ffct three months 4 «0 Una eolamn, changed quarterly, ene year.80 00 Half •• «• •• to •• 45 00 Quarter eolamn 25 00 Announeementof Candidates 5 00 (gp Political Circulars, or communications of • private or personal character, wijl be charged as advertisements. fay* Ten lines or lew, constitute a square. 8UBSCKIPTIOM: One copy one year, in advancc . .$3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Kive copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, iu advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advancfla.. .35 00 0^7 All copies must be sent to address, •when a Club is made up, in order t^iecure our paper at the Clbb rates. Tbe Young Lady is the least part of Hertclf. The following is an extract from the proceedings of a Cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 August 1858

t7l CITIZEN ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BT,J. D. BAKER & BEOS. Tbe Law of Xew.papers. Sibscribers who do not give express notice l¿ lhé contrary, «te considered as wishing to con tinue their subscript ion. ' ' If subscribers ordor the discontinuance of .heir papen, publishers may continue to end litem Until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, thoy are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with- >nt informing the publisher, and the paper is sent tothn former direction, they arc held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- noving and leaving it uncalled lor, is prima facie evidence of fraud. The Presentment* BT PAUL H. HAYSE. Over her face, so tender and meek. The light of a prophecy lies, That hath silvered the red of the rose on her cheek, Atod chastened the thought in her eye r Beautiful eyes, wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 August 1858

mm éhr OUR COUNTY, OUR STAT K. T II K SOUTH, ANO THE DNIOÑ. VOLUME 1L COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1858. A JI NUMBER 3. Speech of Hon. John Cochran on the REMOVAL OF THE REMAINS of EX- ' "president MONROE FROM new TORE TO VUOZiXA. *It is now more than thirty years since a venerable stranger arrived ia the city of Heir York. The storms of State had bent his form, and care was written on bis brow. Released from the burden of offi- . cial responsibilities, which he had never • shunned; he sought in our scenes the tran- quility he craved so much. From this retreat he securely contemplated the vicis- A of th* wnrld ha had left, nor ooc'e kindred hearts cherished him, and the slope of his life gently declined, amid troops of fiends, to the musie of household associa- tions. All revered him; sauntering steps -quickened at his appearance; the'citizen .paused the wdy and the stranger in the Ü «ate to look where passed James Monro*. It is thought by our city an honor thus to have she...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 August 1858

THE CITIZEN. J. 0. SACK*. *• *****"• BÜÍKR j.d. fflker & brothers, KD IT OK 3 AÍT D PROPRIETORS. C&kUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Monriag.Aug. 28,1858. (grffo legal advertisement will in future be inserted in the Citizen, unless acc&m- by tke cash, as it is harder to collect the money than to hake it. Asothjsr CaW meeting I—A camp- meeting' wHl come off at the camp ground situated at Mrs. SÉsak Rivers, three miles from Columbus, op the I(Hhof September, commencing Thursday before the third Sunday in the month; We are authorized to say that ample preparations will be „ made to accommodate the physical neces- sities of all who may attend ; and we are farther instructed to'say that efforts will be madb to procure the best ministerial aid the country affords) to minister to-the • ¿►piritoal* wants of the people^ F'om the manner in which the getters-up of the that ** ail creation" shoulJ be present, and the invitation is without limitation. Notice.—There will be fdivine service in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 August 1858

9 & ,r. * MP COLORADO CITIZEN. a KATES OF ADVERTISING j One Square, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year... .10 00 For six «months 6 00 Fot three months 4 00 Pat colamn, changed quarterly, one year. 80. 00 " " 45 00 Quarter column 25 00 Annonncementof Candidates 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. 03r Ten lines or les*, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advancc $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, iu advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in .advance 35 00 All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. « Foreign and Home News. THE TRANS-ATLANTIC CABLE. New York, August 18.—The United States. Steam frigate Niagra was received _by a salute of one hund...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 August 1858

THE CITIZEN HUrcnatile ¿Utaiisemntts. UtoHaiteons ^btrtiamentg. their sent, with, sent 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, By J. D. BAKER & BROS. Xbe Law ©f Newspapers. 8 tbscribers who do not five express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to c linne their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance heir pape", publishers maj continue to - the n until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take papers from the post office to which they are they are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other placcs . ,ut informing the publisher, and the paper is to the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing take a periodical or paper from the office, 01 moving andleaving it uncalled for, i a prima facie evidence of fraud. One of the most exciting political con tests that has ever occurred i 3 now going on %tyeen Judge Douglas and Mr. Lin- coln, in Illinois for JJnited States' Senator. Lincoln is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 September 1858

OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND f H E UNION. • • '.wir 4 VOLUME II. i COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1858, NUMBER 4. .Stephen. Girard. A recent o amber of the Jhousehold Word contains a sketcli of Stephen Girard iVora* contains a sketctt ot stepnen turara. [l( At th¡8 ^nt one of the gue8tt> tarnri to it is not correct in all particulars, and vet him and asked, 4 What ia the most awful Wing ' " .«««nnad ♦ Tfifl f«f A InAr fl rfffVO. oree, was «sed when be l #. aWfut'tbe*city, *He %ad oojense of • / yatality, no fri««d A «mm ÍiT house o tÁU. He was -differential in appear embodies many interesting facts in the history of that celebrated banker. After .giving threading events in the early life ■of Girard, the writer proceeds aft follows: "In 1812 Stephen Girard, the one>eyed " In boy of Bordeaux, purchased tbe premises of the old Bank of the tes (whose charter was not started the Girard Bank, a blishment which not only commhnity WW1W was shaken, and the Government ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 September 1858

a * -"•ór ■ F -V m I % w.' w THE C1TIZÉÑ. J P. BAKER BE . N. BAKER A. H. UAKEtt J. D. BARER & BROTHERS^ EDITORS AiffD PROPRIETORS. Election Returns, Bell and Buckley in the difieren as heard from :' to ai o 0 1 rities ' COLUMBAS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Sept. 4,1858. * "' 0^~No lefrnt advertisement w'?l m future le insqfted in the Citizen, tiniest accom- by the caah, as it is harder to collect the •money than to make it. ties so fat to Axothkr" Camp mreting !—A camp- meeting will'come off at the camp ground situated at Mrs.'Scs.vn Rivers, three miles from Columbus, on the 16th of September, .commencing Thursday before the third Sunday in the month. We are authorized .to say that ampte preparations will be made to aecoramodate*tbe physicdÉpeci 8ities of all wfio may attend ; anafre are farther instructed to say that efforts will be'made to procure;, the best ministerial aid the country affordsfto minister to- the spiritual want of the people. From the manner in which- the getter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 September 1858

tí ' £ ■■ THE COLORADO CITIZEN. KATES OF ADV£lltlSIi\G: One Sqtttte, one insertion..... ........ .$] 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year.-.. .10,00 For six months 6 00 Fin three months ..,..... 4 «0 One column, changed Quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " «• " •• M 45 00 Quarter column .'....'...... .25 00 Announcement of Candidates 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. (Kr,Ten lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advance. $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance.... .35 00 f^jT All copies must be sent to one addjess, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our -p^per at the Club rates. Foreign and Home ÑeWB. CHINA. The allied forces had advanced without opposition as far...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 September 1858

the citizen 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKPR & BROS. TIieXaw- of iew*papen. S ibseribcrs who di> not ¡five express notice tr> tho contrary, ate consiJcfad as wiBhinjf to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of ihsir papers, publishers may continue to «.end Ihcw until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, thuy are held responsible until they pay np. If subscribers remove to other places with- MÁ informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to I lio former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the offiee, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled tor, is prima facie evi deuce of .fraud. illtrcuatile ^fertisraenk <*£, Eraser Rivbb.—-The Scientific Ameri can has the following in reference to the climate of tlte newly discovered gold re- gion : This new district, towards which all clas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 September 1858

-i • « UNION. OUR COUNTY, T IT E SOUTH, AND OUR STATE, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1858. NUMBER 6. j#i SB ■ •-* D A « A SfKáUGE STOttT. 18 SÜtófcD AND YET IS AIIVS. on the six of Id the case ent in a -a very strange man'— *>f India—ra Fakir, of , one who gains bib livelihood rance of death, to be buried for ^onths, according to 'k be entera into employers. This roan, far from in thpse parts, or being : as a mountebank, is held in extra- veneration by the riea that ¿re told of __ ontíerfUl, and itf to fam yott will, ibe marvel Both natives and Europe- li every one In the óf his extraordinary pow- .. that the skeptic could, employ have been tried to detect the impos- tare which has been suspected; but still WSt -Mscredit remains unshaken to. the last. Otte of those who has witnessed his prd; tligtous feat is Captain Wade, the political agent of Loodianab, who stood by When be was disinterred after a burial of ten con- secutive months, and bis body seemed then as it had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 September 1858

'v.; j. o. baker be!*. m. bakes.. . . .a. b baktr J. B. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS : Saturday Morning, Sept. 18,1858. (&-No legal advertisement will in future ie inserted' in Citizen* unless accom- btf the cash., as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. Aleuts for the Citizen: The following 'nauietí gentlemen arc our au- tL>nzr«I agents: J. W. Dorr, New Orleans , La. B. F. Dunn, Fayettcville, Fayette Co.,Texas. T D, Sepbgruv, Jefferson, Cass county, " William E. Jones, llempwteacl:. Texas. Xiajibert & Ai.i f.v, Aiistin, Texas. liev. J. V. E. Covey has been hold- ing a meeting in our town for the past Two weeks. Títere has been, some seven- teen or eighteen addiiions to the Church; and some $3,000 doífárs subscribed to- wards building a magnificent Church edifice. There was a, general religious feeling pervading the community. We need more of the same sort of preaching. j£gr We have it from good authority that Mr. Bbesiokb h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 September 1858

MisteltaflM gMfertiseiiunts. COiOBADO CITIZEN mAW«F ADVEETISIM On*S«& one nseition aent insertion.. . ope afinare, one year THE RAILROAD «ix m oi three One column, Half argCQ ¡saltations .^ilbírtisímtnís. mk infed qaartcrlyf v Quarter colutftrf: ... ! ** Anmtenceraent afCandid^M- ■ OQr Political Ciclar**>r c5 a private or perenal cb^cter. as advertisemen'p. ftÍT Ten line) or Sw, co: SI7JSCR One copy one yar, In One copy one ytar, ] One copy one jear, Five copies, one ye Ten copie*, ©n year Twenty copies, one Oír An copies When a CJuh is m paper at the Club e a square. Olí: .....$3 00 ix months.... 3 50 twelve mos... 4 00 advance .12 50 advance 20 00 iuadvsince 35 00 nt to oto address, order to secure our Toyeigfn(Lr baies. / *i' life I I AUQÍí. French lished on id Home News. cottoni upwards. On Satur &v the/®8 ^ Orleans were 1200 44ling, 12@l2¿, which is an ^c. Sales for the 9,800 bales; band. 40,251. . rELE#RAPHlC CtíNGRESS. >y&t.íYAX, Sept.* 9.—The Continéntal ,-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 September 1858

• t m THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BÁKER & BROS. The Law of ITcwspapers. Sibscribers who do not jítc expresa notice to the contrary, are considerad as wishing to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of ¡.heir papers, publishers maj continue to end litem-until alt arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from tho post office to which they are sent ttfay are held responsible until' they pay up. _ If subscribers removs to other places with- a t informing the publisher, an¿ the paper is sent to the. former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the officc, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled lor, is prima facie evidence of fraud. (Satetoit atti lonsttnt Cark Hymn of tile Atlantic CaWe. Bow, Science, bow thy head in awe, With Eghtniug chafn in hand, Be still« as through the ocean depths,. Thou bindest land to land I For thou hast wr...

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