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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 October 1858

v: • W" & fr r ,' 0 UiJ COUNTY, OtTE STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION VOLUME E COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2< 1858. NUMBER 7. The Con#rfor and'the Upright Judge, Maboibmed the Second being, like Iem, a^very pásionate monarch, severely re- t his architect for not haying built his mosque of the same {¡eight as MAya Sofiyah," and also for havihg cut down the columns, wbich^were each worth thg whfcle tribute of Rum (Asia Minor.) The archi- tect excused himself by saying that he had induced the two columns three cubits each in order to give his buildtiig some solidity and strength against the earthquakes so common in Istambol ; and had thus made the mosque lower than Ata Sofiyáh* The Emperor, not satisfied with thiá excuse, ordered the architect's h&nds to bé cut off, which was done accordingly; On, the following day the architect appeared with his family before the tribunal of thé Kazi, styled " Istambol Mollusi," to lay his com* plaint against the Emperor, and appeal t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 October 1858

(•i'. \ « M¿ THE CITIZEN. j. d. baker ben. m. bafcr.. . . .a. h, bakcr J. D. BAKER de BROTHERS, EDITORS^AIfD PROPRIETORS. ' ' ■ w " ' " COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Oct. 2,1858. 0íriVu Upo I advertisement will in future be ¡met ied in the Citizen, unless accom: by the cash, as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. Afieuts for (he Citizen: The- following' named gentlemen are oat au- thorized agents: J. W. Dorr, New Orleans, La. H. F."1Dunn, Fayetteville, Fayette Co.,Texas. T. I>. Seobirrv, Jeflfereon, Casa couuty, " William E. Jonks, Hempstead, Texas. Lambert A Allen, Austin, Texas. T!i{> Democracy of Colorado County) to the Democracy of tlic State <?f Texas—,Greeting: Judge Bell ¡9 elected Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Judicial nomina- tions have been repudiated by the People The Austin Clique is defunct. The Clique Rooster bas crowed himself dead. The Clique anvils have bursted. The Clique cannon has been converted into a " patent churn." The G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 October 1858

rr' -i- '• ú im •< % TÍ1R COLORADO CITIZEN. • . •IxÍM Jh :•* . Af / , .KATES OF ADVEBTISISOí . On Square, one insertion.". .$1 00, EaCft Subsequent insertion... *•' n Business Cards, one square, oue year.... 10 Oü For si&, moáths • ® j™ Fo thfee months . • • * " ^Onecolumn, changed quarterly, one ycar.80 00 Half " " gJX Quarter column • ■ ; ■ * Z XX Announcement of Candidates . ••• ft-s- political Circulars, os communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. ■ • Ten lines or less, constitute a square, SVBSCMPTIOX: One copy #ne year, m advance...... ....$3 00 One copy one year, paid in six ntoitths.... J 5U One copy one year, paid ih twelve mos... 4 00 Jj—*■■— ,.. 12 50 ...20 00 ..35 00 ft^r-'Allcopics must be sent to when* Clab is mado up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. B. GORSUCH has reopenéd hia Ambro- 1_N • type Rooms at his old stand, three doors below J. 6. Logue & Co.'s store, where he is prepared to take pictur...

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

•,'V! m •v THE CITIZEN 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKER & BROS. Tlie Law of Newspapers. }v «bscribere who do not give express notice tu the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscript ion. If subscribers order the discontinuance of .heir papers, publishers may continue to scud •Ue;n until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they arc sent, thev are held responsible until- they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with. 3Ut informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they arc held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to lake a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of fraud.. the truth. Yon watch your neighbor's actions, More than you do your own; You cannot or yon will not Let his affairs alune! In short, your neighbor's business, Which nene concerncth you, You meddle wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 October 1858

M ? n sé Or — i:" \ I 1 srvn it- OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. *. * VOLUME H. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATÜB&AY, OCTOBER 16,186& NUMBER 9. A Few Ldsoni tat Music* together with the necessary d^feini- tious designed chiefly foií begin nérb. LEBSOM II* Havjng in the previous lesson described the staff luid shown of what it is composed, It. is necessary to lean upon it a little longer to understand its peculiarities. Many per- sons get their entire support by the staff, as for instance that large class of music teachers, who are to be found in every „ community. So far for introduction. The «¿ lass will now come to older. It is impossible for one perscto to sing itcv> or more notes at the same time. They jnwit be súng at intervals, and therefore the distances marked, by the lines and spaces are termed intervals. Tlie notes are designated by the hnit seven letters of the alphabet, viz: A, B, C, D E, JF, G, so arranged upon the staff that the letters designating the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 October 1858

THE CITIZEN. j. d. bake ben.ji. baker a. h. basks J. D. BAKER & BROJPHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS; TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Oct. 16,1858. QCrNo legal advertisement will in future He inserted in the Citizen, unless accom- by the cash, as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. Agent* for the Citizen: The following named gentlemen are our au- thurized agents: J. W. Dore, New Orleans. L . rp f{_ Dunn, Fayettcville, Fayette Co., Texas. T. D. Sedderby, Jéflérson, Cass corn ty, William E. Jones, Hempstead, Texas. LambKbt & Allen; Austin, Texas. py we me authorized to announee GEO. W. SMITH a« a candidate for Judge of the Fii* Judicial District, to fill the place made va- cant by the resignation of the Hon. James H. Bell. Election 8lh November, ensuing. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. HABCOURT, Esq., of LsGrange, as a candidate for Jdige 5f the F«st Judicial Bistriet, to fill the place madeVaeant by the resignation of James H. Bell. Election 8th of Novem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 October 1858

\ / / ♦ • ~ t éSBSm jL 1 the colorado citizen. BATES OF ADVERTISING; One Square, one insertion..: $1 00 £acft subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year 10 00 For six months. 6 00 Fot three months - 4 00 One column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " v.," " " " 45 00 Quarter column. 25 00 Announcementiof Candidates 5 00 ft*— Political Circulars, or communications, of private or personal character, will be charged jg advertisements. Ten lifles or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One cop'f one year, in advance '$3 00 One copy one Jear, paid in six months.... 3 50 One eopy one year, paid in twelve mos. -. 4 00 Five copies,' oiie yéáir, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 2p 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. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Rare Chaiice GREATBARGAIN. THE subscriber owes money, and He js determined to pay it. He th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 October 1858

I Vli-V lítete attl gjoBstoii Carte. OA LV KSTON AI> VBKTISEM ENTS. ROB'T. W. H. TRABUE. C A UNES & TRABUE, Cotton Factors, Receiving, Forwarding Aud Cwnitiisxion merchants, Galveston, Texas. "rtERSONAfi attention given to the sale of Jl cotton and oilier produce; filling orders; and Tecc¡ving and forwarding merchandize. TJEFERS TO HVpstr. S . T. &. J. Harhfirt, Messr . Smith <t F'tttrd,. Wewrs. Newsom <)r Lacy ; Columbas. Mr Win- Harbrrt, Dr. Jug. H. Crisp, J. E. Persell, Jmige A. M. Caflipb¿nv £achafiuh Pajúe; Colorado county. [nii38 ly. t. h. jfl'maha* v. . .b. r. gilbert T. H. McMAIIAN & GILBERT, Cotton Factors, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALVESTON, TEXAS. PLANTERS or Merchants ponding Cotton or other Country Produce forward to onr address may rely on legitimate charges only being made. v2nlyl. WILLIAM T. AUSTIN; Galmton, Texas COTTOK FACTOR, RECEIVING, Forwarding, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MAKES cash advances upon all consignments to his address, eith...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 October 1858

«Tjoí '44 * •' •;J'f , t V g. >•. ,-fl i ijfjf ' ¿I '•Smí# !>'• IT. I .tsd: r*K «tétó m*m es? ¿1 OUR COUNTY, OUR STATÉ, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION i ü. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1858. 11. is PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKER & BROS. il ■ - ">. The Law of newspapers.' notice to con Subscribers who do not give expresa tu the contrary , are considered as wishing fraue their subtóription. If gttbscttbers order the discontinuance of their papers, pobliáteer m*j continue to end than arrearage are jald. If subscribers neglect or ifflfese to take théir papers from the post office to which they aresent, they «re held resp<>BB,We until they pay up. If subscribers remote tg otter place with- out informing tbe publisher, totho former di^tíon,^«y r-f. The court have M*jm '«"«J take a periodical or pa#®* Mn « office, Orre, moving and leaving it Uncalled for, ísjw mn/ícit -evidence of fraud. Dancing tub Rags Off.—Two umo- pliisticated country lasses visited Niblo's in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 October 1858

-SnsSo ^ -fe. te* THE CITIZEN, s. d. ukr. mm. m. *«« • « • •*• *• "* J. D. BAKER * MOTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS? COLUMBUS, TEXAS: #_— ~ Saturday Morning, Oct 30,1858 o3-41 ¿rya/ advertisement toitt in future be inserted in the Citizen, unlets accom• ¿y tfír cr fa eu iI is harder to called the money than to make it. JUHito tor tbe CitlzcB,; The following named gentlemen «re our thoriief Agents: J. W. Dm, New Orleans, I. . B. F. Dm.t, Fayetleville, Fayette Co., Texas, T. D. StMmri Jiftrson, Cm couu * William E. Joma, Hempstead. Texas. Lamsbkt A A lib*, Austin, Texas. for district JUDGE, f3TWe aw authorized to announce GF.O- \V. SMITH «a a candidato for Judge of the First Judicial District, to til the nteee made va- cant by the resignation of theJSlB^Jwoes II. Ball. JShetion 8th Noftmbw pg* We are authorized to announce JOII T. HaRCQVRT, of LaGiange, as laic for Judge of the First Judicial District, he place made vacant l>y the resignation cam to «f James H. Bell. Elect 8th of N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 October 1858

a i * B ' lí'fili 'T THE CGLOÉADO' CITIZEN. i I 4 V * I ftAT£$ OF JltfttiRTlSOG: Otoe equaro, one ¡nseftÍ0l)¿.............$100 Each Subsequent vatbHim. 50 BusinessCards, onesijuare,6nc year....10 00 foriii month . . i... 6 00 Pot threemonthfi...... 4 no O eolomn, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " 45 00 Quarter eolomn. í •*• •••••••• • 99 Announcement of Candidates • ••• J> taw. «! "«• ^S Í^ws- íís "Ten oopiea, one year, In «Ifrtto. • Twenty copies, «• ye*, «n • -3M0 (&- All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made op, in order to secure oar «paper at thsClub rates. <■ . new ad ver tisé me nts. ir & Co's. CASH STORES <Ctonm*ta, MCtMI * B«l opl inrtHE subscribers having -recently returned 1 from the S0BTH1M emK, Take pleasure to inform the etUfcchs of Columbus ■uid the surrounding eotttfj Ütt' ^ havi j^Xjughl ene of sai -?i si a,®® SI'OCK § GOODS lü'.L. ,.*>ds with p.rticul*r cíe. and with rf & ^iataln LADIES' GOOD&, •Calicoes from 7 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 October 1858

(Sallresifm aitií Irastoit Carite. GALVESTON ADVERTISEMENTS. ROb't. W. CAnNíS. -JAS' H« TRABUE. CARNES & TRABUE, Cotton Factors, Receiving, Forwarding Anó Commission Merchants, Galveston, Texas. "TJERSONAL attention given to 4be sale of JL cotton and other produce; filling orders; and receiving and forwarding merchandize. RRFER8 TO Messrs. S, T. & J. Harbcrt, Messrs. Smith & Foard, Messrs. Ncwsam «J- Lacy ; Colnmbus. Mr. Win. Harberl, Dr. Jno. H. Crisp, J. E. Persell, Judge A. M. Campbell, Zachariah Fa ync; Colorado county. [no38-ly. t. 11. mmaba S. .... b. r. gilbert T. H. McMAIIAN & GILBERT, Cotton Factors, and general commission merchants, GALVESTON, TEXAS. Planters or Merchants sending' Cotton or other Country, Produce forward to our aiidress may rely ou legitimate eharges only bcinir made. v2nlyl. WILLIAM T. AUSTIN, Galveston, Texas, COTTON FACTOR, RECEIVING, Tj1 orwflTr^ 1 n g, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MAKES cash advances upon all consignments to his address, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 November 1858

'f *>.-.• ■ *: ryv i * a STATE, COUNTY, OUE OUR columbus, texas, sat volume ii. CIRC rLAR. Who'd be a Bachelor ? SOUTH, AND THE UNION at, november 6,1858. number 12. the citizen. JS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, By J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Iew*pap ri. Subscribers who do not give expresa notice tu the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of iheir papers, publishers maj continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their «apera from the post office to which they aresent, they are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with- t* the former diction, they arc held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled for, is prima fane evidence of fraud. JLectnrc of E ola Montex lift Aid of a Church. It lias already been stated that the offer of the famous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 November 1858

■a. •I THE CITIZEN. J. D. BAKER. ..«EN. M. BAKXR.. . . B BAKER J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS COLUMBUS, TEXAS : Saturday Horning, Nov. 6,1858 0CrNo legal advertisement will in future be inserted in the Citizen, unless accom- itf the cash, as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. Agent* for the Citizen: The following named gentlemen are our au IhoriteJ «genis: J. yv„ Dour, New Orleans, l . B. F. Dunn, Faveitcviile, Fayette Co., Texas. T. D. Seobeorv, Jefferson, Cass coun y, 'r William E. Jones, Hempstead «.Texas. Lambert & Allen, Austin, Texas. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce GEO. W. SMITH as a candidate, for Judge of the First Judicial District to fill the place made va- cant bv the resignation of the Hon. James H. Hell. Flection Bill November, ensuing. " {y We are authorized to announce JOHN T. HARCOURT, Es-q-., of LaGtange, as a candidate Cur Judge of the First Judicial District, to Hil the place made vacant by the resignatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 November 1858

THE COLOBADO CITIZEN. RATES OÜ ADVERTISING: One square,one insertion... .$1 00 Each Subsequent insertion. . 50 Business Cuds, one square, one year.."; .10 00 For six mouths....... ¿. .<.... 6 00 Foi three mouths ■ 4 u0 On* column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half 11 11 " " '• 45 00 Quarter column ¿.... «25 00 Announcement of Candidates •. • • 5 OU @^7-Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character,- will be charged as advertisements. ()3r Ten lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION' One copy one year, in advance......... .$3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... A au One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copied, one year, in advance U 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance.... .d5 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. fUto IMtortkntfttt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Triedberger, Heilbroner & Co's. NEW CASH STORE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 November 1858

tSaltastoit anil houston fete. GALVESTON ADVERTISEMENTS. XWE'T. W. carnks. ............ .JAS. II. TKAIIUE. CARNES il- TKABUE, Cotton Factors, R c c e i v i n g , Forwarding And Coinmiüñon Merchants, Galveston, Texan. PERSONAL attention given to the sale of cotton anH other produce; tiHingorders; and receiving and forwarding in< rdvatulizo. REFERS TO Messrs. S.,T. &. J. Harbert, Messrs. Smith &. Foard, Messrs. Ncwso df Lacy ; Columbus. Mr. Win. Harbert, Dr! J110. H. Crisp, J. E. Perse 1!, jo'dge A. M. Campbell, ÍJachariuh l'ayue; Colorado comity. [no38-Jy. t. ii. jj'jiaiiax 15. it. <;ii.u£R'i' T. II. McMAIIAN k GILBERT, Cotton Factors, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALVESTON, TEXAS. PL A N' I.' MRS or Merchants sending Cotton or other Country Produce forward tu our address may rely on. legitimate charges only being uiude,. vSnlyl. WILLIAM T. AUSTIN, Calvi'sitoH, Texas COTTQX FACTOR, RECEIVING, Forwarding, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MAlir.S cash ad vanees upon nil cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 November 1858

«X". ;-A~ .a* i'li i n¿ t;:'-'T.aete aasaS 1? *í V W OUR COUKTlr, dUPj STATE, THE SQUTH, AND THE UNION, fkii VOLUME II. COLÜMBÜS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 185& ^^Jlw¿—A—í—üL 14. v THE CITIZEN. IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, • / fir J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Iav •( Newspapers. Subscribers who do not five exprese notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con linUe^tlieir subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to end them until at! arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their paperS from the post office to which they are sent, they a¿¿ held responsible nntil they pay up. If subscribers remore to other places with* Odt infdhmng the publisher, and the paper is sent, telhe formerdirection, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing . to j ^ periodicalx>r pápe# from'tfi# oftce, or re- ring and having it uncalled lor, is prima facie «▼¡deuce of fraud. ■Ui ' 1 ■ i The Black and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 November 1858

bniA > y / M- Kb THE CITIZEN". j. i, mn, .BIN. H. SUCEK. . • . <A. f> WXER J. D. BAKER ft BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, T^XAS : fUtnrdav Morning, Nov. 27,1858 OZtNo advertisement will in future It inserted in the Citizen, tmfett accom- iy ¡he cash, as it is harder ta collect the , money than to wake it. Agent for the Citizen: The following named geutlenwft aro eur an. tborised agents: J. W. Dorr, New Orleans, L . jj ft Dunn, Fayetteville, Fayette Co., Texas. T D. Skdberry, Jefferson, Cass coun v, " William E. Jonss, Hempstead. Texas. Lambikt & Allen, Austin, Texas. jff The funeral of Mrs. Sakah Baker will be preached by Re*. E. H. Osborns m the 1st Sabbath in December, in tie Methodist Chnrch, at 11 o'clock. Capt. W. J. Herbert, we learn, cannot be here to-day, and tbe the Meeting of tbe Military Company is therefore post- poned till next Saturday, ihe 4th proximo, when the Captain will be here and drill th* company. jfjf The citizens of Columbia observed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 November 1858

ÍW5 CULORADO tHTIZEN: 'i1' '" ■ RATES OF ADVERTISING j On* «quarts, one insertion.... $1 00 jS&cti Subfc^iKnt insertion.. . ..'.. 50 Basinets Cards, one square, one year 10 00 For vi* months.......... ¿........ .. 6 00 Tot three month*.,... 4 «0 Onp column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half u « " « 45 00 Announcement of Candidates...... 5 00 Political Circulan, or communications of • private or personal character, will. be charged a* advertisements. ■Q^r Ten lines or lew, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, in advance $3 00 ^>ne 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 eopies, one year, in advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 All eopies most be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our * paper at the Club rates. A Bachelor's Sentiments. [The following vanes were selected and us for publication by a young l>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 November 1858

V • I-Í. • • J| ^ v«-| %K1 itoit á GALVESTON ADVERTISEMENTS. M>*t. ir. 6ARNE8 . .jas. h. trabue. CARNES «fc TRABUE, Cotton Factors, Receiving, Forwarding And Commission mercliautü, Galveston, Texan. PERSONAL attention given to the sale of cotton and other produce; filling order#; and rMeiridg and forward i n<j merchandize. Rkpers To Messr*. S ,T. Sí J. Haibert, Messrs. Smith i Fpnrd, Messr*. Newsnm tj- Lacy ; Colombu . Mr. Win. Harbert, Dr. J no. II. Crisp, J. "Perscll, Judge A. M. Campbell, ifadhariah J'ayae; Colorado couuiv. [no38-ly. t. h. h'm.yhan b. r gij.bkht T. II. McMAHAN & GILBERT, Cotton Pectoris, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALVESTON, TEXAS. PLANTURS or Merchants sending Cotton or other Country Produce forward to our address may rely ou legitimate charges only being made.' v2M y 1. WILLIAM* T. AUSTIN, Galvettou, Texas, COTTON FACTOR, RECEIVING, Forwarding;, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, MAKES cash advanceshpon all consignments to his address, either for sale in...

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