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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 1 January 1859

llPlir i 1 Wzm ¿t*rrma ■l l Y~- Bf **% ¿% JM::'- V.- mrh.} BY ínt8. J03XS. •vs^r íBi I'd laid E SOUTH, AND THE UNION, RDAY, JANUARY 1, 1859. 'Virtue without talent is a coat of : a. sword; it may indeed deferid ; will not enable him IT Wealth is not a passport lp Heaven. IT A young lady in the interior thinks ' * to Califófaia to get marriedjtfbr the reason if'e has béen told that in ¿at eountry the u rockthe cradle." ke >antv bat there are mai|y people whp have j J , In ft$ur!' saysl—4he e íb mf band not mor*n tea «jad vow it* gone, nobody T I never seen the teat! , can't ye!' Sol give it Mid fished up it onto the baby; for a start, op the double -we drove tbé eld white mare then I and all mm M*g * r to see llaiy -Ann married; Sat I couldn't gfc over that shirt. it the shirt so muchfbut to have any- spirited away right from mrfer my " eyes lo, it was so provoking. ; sye thinking about, mother?' * what makesye so sober V eaau Gals,1 9 W ±1 _£ *# * *wliirf|* savs 1. * One of yol m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 1 January 1859

' '*: V i t ■ ■. i*' ^. v * W# Rír m m :• ■ XíS .jr • _Vv -* - A tha purpose, and tha route mus^ not be «•«•sed pending the «¿nti&rersy. This is the whole policy, and it cannot fail to be acceptable to other nations.'? All these difficulties he atMs, might be «voided, if, opnsigteml£i it.b the good faith «'f Nicaragua, tlfcf irsoof litis-transit'cotiíd be thrown open t > general competition, t'Cpviding aj,th<? -w e, for th pay- ment of a reasonable rate to the Nicaragpan Government on passengers ancHteightii The Cas# Yrissari t r- a*y is referral to, And lira Objections ofthe Government of Tíicaraugua pronoirnce«l tojÉMB^ÍMent. <la not Iwifr fuAfc^r (. Ur it v ^f| C^ng1- v 1 I T!ie pnMWW 1m acWtulhoriziiig the Presklcn.t, Mpj^pch restrictions as they ' «iTjay deem prtowi to employ the land and . j.hvh! fWes ofthe United States in pre- T(8i «it tUe transit from being obstructed ¿dayM by lawless violence, and in pro- wling ti«e lives and property of American fr .trti#ebng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 1 January 1859

■WW! '¿.oCóiTadq citizen. OF ADVERTISING: , one insertion.... ••••;•• •-• * 1 00 jjatnt msertioh.... „ 50 jtasineM Cards, one-squai * one year 10 00 Forfix p onlMi..-.V/.í,\. ..i... 6 00 ?«! # •• ♦.? •* • 4 «JO I quarterly, one year.80 00 " " # " 45 00 .................25 00 Candidates.. .... b 00 irculara, or communications of ' character, will Be. charged lew, constitute a square. ifear, in #dva cc> .r..$3, 00 * copy,oneygar, M pi* months..., 3 50 i copy pne year, paid n>twelve mas... 4. Q0 ft#,*#*advice.......U 50 Ten copies, one year, iu advance........20 00 7«ntj eopiee, one year, in advance.... .35 00 ' ' í^rÁll copies must be sent to one address, v*hcn a Club is made up, in ordnr to secure our papéc at ihe Club rates. £nigmn> cele- ♦ >sM- * a) i' 1 vjr -• IV o« (Written Expressly for the Citizen.] —I am ernnpoW of thirty.three letters My 30,15; 20,13^ 12, $1 is the name of a bratcd ancient writer; My 9,22, 24. 20, 5,19, 29 is a character iu •-''Biite'fc • . 'JtM i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 1 January 1859

•-> * •V ¥ i 1 [s THE CITIZEN, published weekly, Br Jt D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Newspapers Subscribers who du not ¡pire expresa notice |u te ctpitráry, are conni Jcred as wishing tocsn tiife their subscription. f siilmcribera order the discontinuance of l)|ir papors, publishers may continue to send tltin until all arrearages are paid., If subscriber neglcct or refuse to take their ppers from the post office te whwbthcy are sent, ley arc held responsible until litey pay np. If ¿nhsciribeirs remove to other places with- it informing the publislier. and the paper m sent < !hn former direction, they are heíé responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to ike a periodical or paper from the office, or re. r vii g .end leaving it uncalled for, iaprimafacie :vlde:icn of fraud. The Deserted Wife. by jas. a. percival. Hecomesnet—Ihavewatjljedthemoongodownr Bal'yet becomes not. Once it was ,nol so. J He thinks not how t'i^e bitter tears do flow, The while he holds hi; rio* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

."y ■<'. ¿Í-- ¡an- -li.b.'f* . p*m" ,* ; y 'V* ; V: .1 -: ;í'., ,*■■■ : ■ - '' ,,. f >,J-—1 999M OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. _3 ' ■' ' < s n. COLUMBUS? TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1850. NUMBER 19 NEW AD VERTISEMENTS. Tlios. J. Neavitt TENDERS bis thanks to the public generally for their liber ! patronage heretofore, and is pleased to inform them that be is NOW RECEIVING HIS FALL * WINTER DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND ^jidtfBmgb Jate getting on hia Fall and Winter Stock {having been kept away from the markets bjf the Yellow Fever epidem- ic,) yet he hopes to be in time for some trade, nevertheless, and to insnre quick sales be will sell for unnsnally Small Profits^ in order tu' be in time for the Spring Trade. Wtdmtsooatl 14 THOMAS J. NEAVITT. &C.t wC*> wCi) fiC«j fiCi f HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF 1 NEW BOOKS ! containing a collection of Religious and Miscellaneous Works, and the Texas Almanac; also CHRISTMAS TOTS! "and Garden Seeds. The following is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

y <'&lf . A. ■# •4 V.; ¿$b'. *>.. Mfcajbei nil1 '-*i } 1 ■ .i— THE CITIZEN. « «?*' V «fe m ■' 1. b. uiii un. x- barer a. h. baker J.&. BAKER A BROTHERS, BDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Batnrday Morning, Jan. 8,1859 - purpose ^rjfi legal advertisement will in future ~hs inserted in (he Citizen, unless accom by the cash, as it is harder to collect the money than ts make it. Agents for the Citizen*: The following named gentlemen are our au- thorized agents: J. W. Dorr, New Orleart , L . i'ui |y vow 1 uv wv«u " uvihi ■ j. v/l iu4inilu^t ^1 t v. li (v j >1 - vuwi wv l(|v «tv vi kjka x *% *• • w thera is a charter for a road from Columbus advice, viz: " Owh no tuan anything." to Austin, connecting with a chain from But instead of being in this happy con- Houston and Galveston. But njw a scheme dition, debts have accumulated upon us up for the construction of a road from with interest. To ressue ourselves from Brenham to Austin, which road is not this dilemma, we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

•LHÍr^ i iÍ8UI£¡TlJoi ' I '¡vjk&M. A# ui ¿ ->MW- ,*?i.O ííí^©rt^ át&m ® /\h~ÉYt>iiK> t'7i; j t«*~^ i^viqrp •«*>«!! «A .'•• - * '!■? ^fijirJuQÍÍ '}ÜOIÜIÍJJ-* i" .": • - í •; (' íi. üloil ' odi jm.-r t „-, ^ ■ ■, " 7 . >■ OUR COÜNT u ' • 7T7 iHTn" • t.vJJ 1 ~ COLUMBUS, 1 if v 'í l#' ., ^i-rr-; PUBLISHED WfcEKLY, BY J.jb. B^XER & BROS. The Law of Scwipapers. 8 ibscrihers who do not give express notice It the eeotfaTy, we considered as Wishing to con bnue their subscription. _ , If subscriben order íhe discontinuance of Iheir Mpe s, publishers may continue to ..end ¿hey are helé responsible until they, pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with, sot informing the publisher, and the paper m sent t« the former direction, they are held responsible. The coarto have decided that refasing to tain a periodical or paper from the offifee, or re. moving and leaving'it uncalled lor, i prima facie «vidence of fraud. - ji Ta* Gbbat Battle Ofr Ahma'geddon. fhoae who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

1 3.1 o i ¡KÍ OS ^"See^ who are owing u*.. , been very- indulgent, aüu timé-to have a closing up besides, lié is in need of funds just. time, and anxious to square up bis business Prompt settlement will be to your advan- tage! for if you fail, tbe officers' costs will swell the amount of your indebtedness. ¿SrMr. W. G. Ilu.vr wishes to employ a competent person to build a gin-house .aud running geer. See advertisement in another column. s. Pl'txet wish to dispose ot t,wo good work horses. See their ad verUsement. We have had delightful weather during the week Uiitil Thursday night, when. <jne of those furious street-sweepers, denominated " Northers," came up, and caused a decided change in the atmosphere iu these parts. ' Hie Crockett Printer " gets after us" for publishing the piece of poetry enti- tled the " Charming Woman," over initials as original. We plead guilty to the charge <>f being ignorant in regard to the authen- ticity and whereabouts of that class of poetry. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

Of A V^BTI§OG: ""Ms, * 'hi, Í t<* ?® ,,... . . awnw"' . f® oqe.yenn.. .10 00 f,...,H,,,;,;.;;;,.;^0 oiie year.80 00 ' 45 00 ú Circulare, Qr communications of personal character, Will be charged constitute a square. WB8CRIPTIOM: ' one féár. in advance - • • $3 00 months... .3 50 y one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 wa/ biié year, To advance 12 50 i«0,qne year,, in. advance.. . .20 00 --pies, ope year,,iq advance.... .35 00 copies must be sent to one address, ib is mads up, in order to eecuje our JW^ÍSWS^.' V - 5 . %ítial Bofes. COLUMBUS CHAPTER, No- «V 46, R. A.' Masons, meets 3d Saturday in each 'month, at 10 o'clock, A. M. C. WINDROW, M. E. H. P. R. H. Jones, Secretary. 48.1y aire authorized to announce H. A. TATU# a* a candidate to represent Colorado county in the next Legislature. Election next *! jcsim Club.—A Morphv Chess Club feeeo organized in Hnntaville, ;Texas. Also to 'Austin and jlftfclun^nd. ...gander ífdMébaá p**é*s ofColfimbus eould riot ferina áubt' We have some ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 January 1859

IJtacfUaittBtts ^tertteranits. Neavitt fPENDERS his thanks to the pnblic generally .J. for their liberal patronage heretofore, and is pleased to inform them that be is NOW RECEIVING HIS FALL * WINTER DÉT GOODS, GROCERIES AND § aeiKON.Mi and though late getting en his Fall and Winter Stock (having been kept away from the markets by the Yellow Fever epidem- . ic,) yet he hopes to be in time for wime trade, nevérthcless, and to insure quick sales he will sell for unnsually ETSmall Ppoflts,-£I in order to be in time for the Spring Trade. Wldmtsooatl 14 THOMAS J. NEAVITT, >r- U NEW BOOKS II GHKBTHAÍ TOTS, &Oi) ftcfi) $C.i &c.f &c. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF NEW BOOKS! containing a collection of Religions and Miscellaneous* Works, and the Texas Almanac; also CHRISTMAS TOYS! and Garden Seeds. The following is a list ef a ffsw. «riTBn ©©©¡as t History of the Great King; The Value of the Christian Ministry; Digest of the Christian Doctrines; The Baptist System Examined;. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 January 1859

& "p\ fll .OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE BOUTH, AND THE UNION =é*±= VOLUME II. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1859. NUMBER 22. Ten Tears Ago. , • "What a train of reminiscences does " ten 3eara ago " evoke from the sepulchre of Che past! Forms of beauty and tottering decrepitude—wealth with its ponderous pomp, lad poverty in rags of wretchedness. The bridal dance and the dirge rise upon <gaemory'ft canvas* as in obedience to the -wave oí an enduinted sceptre, and it stands -oat robed i fioral wreaths, or arrayed in «funeral ctape"—the living, breathing Lure gallery of the past. Who can opon it without a shudder, or pause •mid its corridors without being over-filled and terror-strickened at the grim and carricatures that the hand of time in ten yean. Oé á soft, balmy moonlight evening in ihe month of May, 18—, between the hours of nine and ten, a magnificent cortier of carriages, phaetons and omnibusses dashed joyously along one of the roost aristocratic streets of the Ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 January 1859

tVs f^Va THE (PITIZEN, m 1akbiu..-.....bkn. m. bakfr. . .a. ii. baker m «. 9. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. "-CPLUMBÜS, TEXAS: SaturdayIffi&Bing, Jan. 29,1850 Q£j"No legal advertisement will in future U inserted in the Citizen, unkse accom■ by the cash, &s it is hartfer U> collect the ■money than to make it. * " Aleuts fori the Citizen ; * The.followimif >a>ae¿ gentlemen are our au- - thorized agents: J. W. Dorr, New Orleans, B . B. F.'Dowt, Fayetteville, Fayett Co., Texas. T. D. Sbdbbrrt, Jefferson, Cass coun y, WmnB B. Jones, Hempstead. Texas, Lambert & Allen, Austin, Texas. \ V 9 ' All persons owing the Citizen are respectfully requested to call at our office and settle, or, if, they live at a distance, by remittance at our risk. We have debts -iyhich must be paid. * Many of our sub- aubscribers have not yet paid us for the first volume. If all had paid tip, we would have been out'oft debt, and could have giren a practical endorsement of St. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 January 1859

iá- 0pim&SBSw i r if i ii i — THE COLORADO CITIZEN. BATES OF ADVERTISING: Om equato, one insertion $1 00 £«eHSutoquént insertion 50 Bwiñess Cards, one square, one year. ^10 00 For six months 6 00 Fot throe months..... 4 00 One column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " « «« " « 45 00 Qwrter eolnmn. i 25 00 Announcement of Candidates 5 00 Q3r Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged «s advertise atenta. Q-*y 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 *ive copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 20 00 Twenty copies, ono year, in advance .35 uo (tír All copies mast be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our rat the Club rates. FOB TOS LEGISLATURE. 17 Ws are authorized to announce H. A. TATPM as a candidate to represent Colorado county l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 January 1859

IW'i / •K*. THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKER & BROS. TIic Law of Newspapers. Sibscribers who do not give express notice tu tilts contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue tlieir subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol their papers, publishers may continue to ocnd Ihem until ail arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect er 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 places with- out informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the. former direction, they arc held responsive. 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 facte evidence of fraud. Kemcinbiaiice. by emily bronte. C0ld in the earth, the deep snow piled above thee; Far, far removed, cold ;n the dreary grave . . Have I forgot, my only love, to love thee, Severed at last by time's all-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 February 1859

lo ¡¡mm á. :iM ¿;jcl ■ . # Oü| COFNTY, ÓUIl STATE, TIIE SOtTTII, AN D THE UNION. «sr VOLUME n. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDA Y, FEBRUARY 19,1859; 7 / " « 4 Game at Cards; . * ' or a* woman and her wit never at eau¿t. "He loves me I am sore he loves me, f>qt the consciousness of his poverty pre- vents the acknowledgement of his affection. Trilft ever was with love, and yet that is a «oble pride which forbid a man wooing •ne that (the world considers above him. So I must play the suitor, for my heart has been Ralph Head ley's since first I saw him three years ago. What avails ray wealth «ad station if I have not happiness, and ^happiness I can only find with him. I'm weary of the -flattery that would be lovers ever .great n« with, and I long for a cabin juwt 4| iet home. Ralph will neve# confess 3iis love, and I to stcure all that the jvodd holds dear to roe, must plan a scheme— sfcelp me, mv woman's wit." Florence Lesher leaned her head -upon tier hand after this communion with her •ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 February 1859

wm THE CITIZEN. j. d. bakkr ben. m. baker a. h. baker |.D. BAKER & BROTHERS, KDITORS AITD PROPRIETORS. * COCtJMBUS, T FOX AS: Saturday Morning, Feb. 19,1859 Jte. JaP office oveh c. liesler's drug store. Ag«s rt fot tbe Citizen: The. following named gentlemen are our au- IhMiscd agents: J, W. Do(mr*New Orleans, L . B. F. Dun.v, Payetteville, Fayette Co., Texas. T. D. SedberrV, Jefterson, Cass conn y, " William E. Jones,, Hempstead, Texas.. Lambert & Allen, Austin, Texas. I m 1 R. V. Cook, Eáq., will de!iver an nd4|ess in the Lutheran Church on next Tuesday, the 22J inst., to which the public are respectfully invited to attend. The address was prepared &r delivery at the Masonic Female Institute at the last annual 'examination ; but Mr, C. wafc prevented by "sickness fiorn being present. This is the first of «a series of lectures to be delivered in this place, the object of which will be explained. * Weilirect the attention of stock growers !o the advertisement of Mr. John...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 February 1859

THE" COEORADO CITIZEN. •ATES OF ADVERTISING: One square, one insertion $1 00 Each Subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For Itx months - 6 00 fot three months, 4 00 One column, changed quarterly, one. year. 80 00 Half • " " " " 45 00 <^aarter column 25 00 ^nnoonccment of Candidates 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of private of personal character, will be charged 4a advertisements. (Kr'Tea lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: • One copy one year, in advance $3 00 (Jtno-copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 On copy onfli 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 v All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our : at the Club rates. itolkts. MOFFAT'S VEGETABLE LIFE MED- ICINES.—These Medicines are indebted ior their name to their manifest'and sensible ac- tion in purifying...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 February 1859

i«St i . THE CITIZEN. published weekly, By J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Newspapers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to end ibera 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 places with- out informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, tliey(are held responsible. The courts have decided that relusiug to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled lor, is prima fuete evidence of fraud. iscrilaittmts ^ifetisemrats. H. A. TATUM takes pleasure in announcing to his friends and the public generally, that he has resumed' his profession as PORTRAIT PAINTER. He has on hand a large assortment of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 March 1859

. ■ V,' % ;j *-• T-fS tfi"' " THE UNION. TIIE SOUTH, AND STATE, OUR ' i 'Xl OUR COUNTY, VOLUME ir. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 5,1859; WAsawfoW, Feb. 18/185 ; a CmtUnun^ I^.SemUe and House of Representatives: * rioé-which remains of jour /and the great urgency and > of legislative action, before its i protection of American citizens and their^rapertv whilst in transit across the Isthmus routes between oar At- lantic and Pacific possessions, render it juy duty again to recall this subject to . ... '^eWfl!r%Presented m, bethof Decem- ber 1857 and l858,Jto whíeh I beg leave to refer. I¿ the latter I state that "the Executive Government of this country, in its intercourse with foreign nations, is lim- ited to the employment of diplomacy alone. When this fails, it can proceed no farther. It cannot legitimately resort to force with- out the direct authority ol Congress, except in resisting and repelhng hostile attacks. It would have no authority to enter the territories of Nicarag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 March 1859

v: í?*:.; ••,>;&**,> ' *si ijp <«k *: H. ... .A. H. BAKER c. xesteh's drtro store. , ■ v-. "■ rsshhP sip r tlic Citizen: named gentlemen are our au- |)o*r, New Orleans, L . Duüx, Fayetteville,Fayette Qo..Texas, r, Jefferson, C&sa coun y, " tó, Hempstead. Tesas. Allev, Austin, Texas. m ■ > "' <h IISIS Sgr íbe stick of eáttle belonging' to . li. Miller will bo sold at Public Out- lets oh tli^first Monday in next. This is a very fine stock of , and should command a good price. Ternw, one-third cash—balatfce on one and tjvó years, with approved secirity. next Monday is the sale 4ay The next 1^ at the Luther* Church will be delivered by Rev. E. H. Osborne, on Friday night, the 11 th inst Subject: "The Bibles-Its Poetry, The- ology and Yé Senior Editor Abroad. New Orleans, Feb. 23, 1859. Dear Brothers— I promised you when I left that I wptíld give you some notes , of my travels, but have neglected to do so until now, from the fact that I * have seen but little that ...

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