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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 May 1859

ass d¡|i¡ )BADO im CITIZEN'. [quarterly, :t&' _ íy r.Sfri mmi ...01 oo ,.. ...V 50 nuare, one year....10 00 .v. 6 00 < «0 00 OQR it nn of Candidates........./. 5 00 Circulara, or communications of . character, will be charged i*-' •->. ipipi mi esor less, constitute a square ¡SÍPHOJI: six months... n itwélye mos... 4 60 yewr, in advance. : .12 50 f^'h, advance........20 00 on^ year, in advance.... .35 00 es must be sent to one address, is made up, in order to secure our - "-V .'.s. iii. fcOR THE LEGISLATURE. CT We «i« authorized to announce H. A TATU as a candidate to represent Colorado county in the next Legislature. Election next August. jj- \Ve are authorized to announce Mr. DA- YJp TÓOKE as ft,candidate to.represent Colo- rado county in the next Legislature. Election in August ensuing. authorised to announce Mr. RKDGATE as a candidate to CT W* «re * SAMUEL J. county in the Legislature Kpy mmit1' Monday in August next. jv"-'■*' *" ; Qjp Wc aw authorized to announco Gene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 May 1859

m -Hm .... .. .ÍVA; ricé ptriÉtidns, 53, Liquot^&fc.ttfi/jSiindi , Planta- lies Baggíng^¿|¿e, Taints, Oils, ^ Iron, Kails, Blacksmith's Tools, tcel, Lroic and Cement, Hats and ShocS, and a general stock oi 600ds MEDICINES. , Carpetings, Óü Cloths, Mat- . Pancr . Banging?, Window - 29^, • ,C. | ctc , .-TV Sr. üAGIVV vrnm |fo _ Jf&es/ B* ;£b d.#3, Wj Wm Ccncraí CoÚmiwíoii itícreltanls, . TA^LO*V OLD STAND, HOUSTON • •. .TEXAS- -*X7 ILL «Tyre, sell and forvaid cotton and VV Merchandise, or advance, on the name 4ur shipment. Orders for plantation supplies promptly responped to, when neeoinuanicd with «a.«b ór produce. 28 ly B A. SHEPHERD, of Houston," Texas, , and-1). I¿. KerniiMij of New Orleans, j have become partners iu our house, their interest commencing on tlie 1st iiist. ' <&-©©air A. ALLE.X,. . ..... .S. M. HITCIICOCK allen & co., Martole Dealers, galveston, texas. THE Undersigned, importers of Italian -Warble direct from Italy, kiep constantly on hand the lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 May 1859

fj l ,:M COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATÜEDÁY, MAY 28, 1859. NUM lililí CITIZEN'. spí* toflw ive express notice redas wishingto con iscontinnance of publishers máj continué to end "' we. WP4¡3SÍ$%'sí « refuse to take their, , to which the j are sent* until they pay up. f to, other places witht ii>iM publisher, and the paper is sen. brroer direction,!hoy are held responsible courts have decided that refusing to * ? «JCFhe -cohíHs -bave I J *" ' " ' ^{n)iiwliw> or pnfter frota the office, or re- fer, nprimafacie Muervntlnn; Ripf arrives at it and leading and overthrow it, has been poty5?*1 fivisions resulting from n- *"* *1 prejudices and influences have imfested in our own country since lion of out CopiVttulio ; and on several occasion they have bee* fanned " Itrtiff- an of our glorious Union. Personal aud local prejudices have often a Vtery small ori#n, and often in matters thai do not immediately concern us, but "* ji ábcttinanlate, until what but á small cloud becomes before its resrat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 May 1859

JSifiÉ^ •__*¿<*\ ' y¡Éím mM+gg. ~2~ ~: W¿- •;« ,*>v-:':.- % ' .BEN.M. BAKER , .m.'rt baker i I N D P R O P RIE T o RS. w* ¿giégg* g§i •Homing, May 28,1859. Ordinances passed by the town council, in another column. C" i «•'>*•' ''' -. . . - ■ —- ■eft? rvá^ ;,- ¿y ' 3s¡ge^-'.-.'• jt2T We are plgg^ed to learn thai there " precious revira! of religion in ITal- under the preaching of Rev. E. . OaBouNE, Pastor, and Revs. Covet aud Obíes. *sK#f ÜÉ ü É9p PK1 ■ Persons indebted to AÍ. A. Bryan, Mr. McLEMdRE. and A. J. Nave, will please refer to the notice oü Richard Putney, E«q., who has their accounts in his hands for collection. Tfie Wedding. m tar The lie*. Egbert II. 1Q§porke has been selected to deliver Hie annual oration at tW commencement of Baylor Universityf oo the last of June. JST There will be-a two days1 meeting hel# at §kull creek by Rev. Lee Green and . Rev. E* II. Osbórxe, commencing . «■ .. pf^See the adveitiseroent of the Chief Justice of Colorado county, in refere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 May 1859

m¿ m Bill 55Ü5 ^ ■.■■■*'■■ a insertion. ........ Jv.. .$1 00 ■ -— ..vi* 50 ,oue year...,10 00 6 00 « • «• v • 45 00 I S 00 THE VERY LATEST NEWS! . .—. PASSAGE OF THE POBYA USTRIANS. THEIR REPULSE'. w 8 The base of the movement was I*avia, whence it was made. Its object was three fold-—to divert attention from the direct .march to Turin, to attain a position in the rear of the Sardinian camp at Alessandria, will be charged but more particularly to cut off com muni cation with Genoa, by the seizure of the raifroad over which the- French troops, brought round from Toulon by sea, were passing in. great numbers. Having crossed the Po, which they did with great difficulty, the |ew lands being flooded/the Austrians took the direct road to Sale in a movement on the neighboring manicaltons of c square. x month .... 3 50 ,y«r,pa *m twelvemos... 4 00 r, i advance.......12 50 , Tii advance. vi.. r .SO 00 «tonevéar, in ádvanc^.. ...35 00 . _ . ■ i most be sent to one address, ^town of TrassHiett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 May 1859

AD\TOTISEMENTS. .. A. KICK & Co., ■-.' SIOUSTOWf TEXAS, ~ - .' AXDyMOLESAl.E DEALERS IM V O "ST" Ass* i O HL & ÍCElHÉS Liíjtors of sill kinds, Planta ... -.on Supplies, Bagging, Rope, Paints, Oils, Window GFass, Iron, Nails, Blacksmith's Tools. • IJar.dwurC arid Steel, Lime and Cement, Hats and -Cups; Roils and Shoes. ttnd a general stock of 1H| GOODS WÍB LEADING MEDICINES. Furniture, Carpclings, Oil Cloths, Mat tresses, Drii£getsi"vPaper Hangings, Window Shades, Willow Ware, etc., ele 28-y IT, B. TAYLOtl. . ..... "< M. BAG# TAYLOR & BA€rBY, General Commission IBcrchanls. TAYl.Ott's OLD STAXDj HOUSTON ... .-TEXAS- ILL store, sell and forward cotton anc Merchandise, or advanec on tho sam> ripmcnt. Orders for plantation supplic u'ptly responped to, when accompanied with cash or produce. 28 ly BA. SHEPHEui>, of Houston,' Texas. • and D. L. Kernion, of New Orleans have become partners in onrhouse,their interest pontile 1st iitm ■ML... k$%É|1É¡i <rj Cotton Factors...

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

LUME II. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1859. CITIZEN. Wno do not, [considere lion: order the discontinuance of ma} continué to send are paid. t or refuse to take their hieh ihey are sent, ÜÉ ive express notice as wishing to con and the Tefusingl to office, or re- ft uncalled fori ie prima facie of fraud. For the Citizen. AÜ IWCIDJBWT k the lifb ot a doctor—a trüe scene, , ectl* figurative language. *« ' 1 ■ í it Alt 1XTIMATÍ fllind of thk doctor. Dr. A., the hero of our narrative, was orn,*taised and educated in the "Old Having graduated in tbe.city iladelphia in tire spring of 18—, lie a bcautifuloity on the waters of tbe see with a view of locating there for sctice of his profession. But not . ingplelwed, be returned to bis native > State, and located in a town situated' on the waters of tbe beautiful Roanoke, amidst •• acquaintances, friends and relatives, ren- dered Mir and dear to bim by long-con- tínuéd association. 6>*¡Zy>.-.Jafc- 4 g succeeded far beyond bis- s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 June 1859

mmmmM if # ■y kr.. . . .a. h. baker & BROTHERS, tors. MBUS, KfiWI 4,1859. mm* ¿fSsffipli demo ok atic ti e k et . Cor Governor, fSs&Sm For LféutcaaiU-Sovcraor, ED. CLAEK. A. JA; HAMILTON. For Com^ Oe < Laad Office, COI* STEPHEN F. CROSBY. V -v- The weather is getting very warm hore, and ice is in great demand. Rain is , as the corn crop is suffering Itere is, however, S prof" pect of rain to-day, (Friday,) the reception of which into our hot and thirsty soilwe hópe to have tbepleaaure of chronicling S$MU -Iv* • . . '-''vs?,, • • for "want of it. There have been some cases of sickness here this season, bnt in a mild }■> forré and readily yielding to medical treat- ment. JSéeides, we have an excellent corps of physicians who keep disease scared •way as If by magic. ' ■ -—-—— (Erlf jou would get the best article of Porter or Ale you ever tasted in your life, call at Dr. Bowers* Drug Store. card of A. B. Carter, Esq., in this issue. Ash is just starting out i the professio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 June 1859

insertion..,. §1 00 uare, o lie year... -.10 00 .h...... .. 6-00. 4 00 quarterfv, one year.80 00 " £ 45 00 ■""T ....25 00 _ ti 5, 00 , or communications of «ill be charged lUare. 4sj$ IOJ*: •h^srdrf.a in twelve u «w. •. 4 110 . advance... .. 12 50 hi advancc... .£>.. .20 00 , air, in advance. ..'. .35 00 let be vent to pne address, , in order to secure-our LEGISLATURE. i announce H. A. ulorado Election next ILT Tho Matagorda Guzelte says that a While man palled"""at a plantation in that county aíiá asked to stay all night, as he had walked hard all day. Tbe master and family wore from home, bat tlie negro broke the rule; and gave Lim lodging. The next morning he stele the negro's fine boots and .left. The'negro followed him to town and identified his boots,and the young men •interceded and recovered them, sending off the rogue barefooted. - ■ — * O* The Herald states that an altercation took place between two Odd Fellows in the Lodge in San Antonio, in which John lloscnlicimer st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 4 June 1859

HOUSTON ADVERTISEMENT S. •• " ^J: 5 W^skS ■ mm Wúm viVv:■■• 9a >áRSi$íE^prs;.a ii ' " | ¡H A-*"" -: 'y% ■ '"- ° ' I§p) .-...-jflfe '"Í? WILLIAM M. KICK. . ....<..•«<♦••••• •r* A* RICE Wm. M. RICE & Co., nra?STOSi. TEXAS. AiVD WHOLESALE DEALERS JM provisions, GROCERIES, Liqiois of all kinds, Planta- tion Supplier, "Bagging, Rope, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Iron, Nails, Blacksmith's Tools, Hardware and Steel, Lime and Cement, Hats and Capsj Boots And Shoes, and a general stock of DRY GOODS ANDLEADING MEDICINES. Fiiniiiitwy Carpeting*, Oil Cloths, Mat- tresses, Druggets, Paper Hangings', Window Shades, Willow Ware, etc., etc-* 28-y 11. B. TAVI.OR. * -T. M. BAOBV TAYLOR & BAGPY, 'y** *. .... ■■ General Commii ion Mcrchauta, TAÍLURVOLD STAND, HOUSTON .TEX u. "TTTlIL store, sell and forward cotton and W' Merchandise, or advance on the same, for ih'p'ncnt. Orders for 'plantation siipplic? promptly rcsponppd to, wheu accompanied with cash or jrerduce. • 28 1 y •**¥ fmm mm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 June 1859

mm- >. m :m\;% W STATE, SOUTH, THE 0 O U N T Y, OUR OUR COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1859. NUMBER 41. mm THE COLORADO CITIZEN. 1 ' -- j : ~ The Law of newspapers. notice ivc c as wi ■Mm who do not txf¡ are considere* ¡their subscription. It subscribers order the discontinuance their papers, publishers maj_ continue to t>cnd ♦hem 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. ; It subscribers remove to other places witht sut informing the publisher, and the paper is sen. to Jho former direction, they are held rcsponsibl e * - The courts have decided that refusing] to trip a periodical or paper from the office, or rc- - moving and leaving it uncalled for, iaprima facie fence of fraud. v"- > Vor the ■*' Colorado Citizen." AARON BURR. W *Y BIT. EGBERT D> osbokse rhaps do man ever memory is.. so d one whose ose name # bitterly been bo oved fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 June 1859

<¥: TI w-m ...►BEJ . Hi BAKBR-> • n BAE.SE IETQKS. ROP KOI TORS COLUMBUS, TEXAS! Saturday Morning, June 11 Wm mki DEMOCRAT Hi TICKET. For Cíovcrnor, GEI. SAMJÍOUSTON. For Iáentenant-Covernor, COL. ED. CLARK. Our Positiou. " The Frontier News, Birdville Union and Henderson New Era, eame out this week with the Houston Banner floating proudly at their mast-htsads. The Austin Intelligenccr, Colorado Citizen, LaGrange True Issuev San Antonio Herald, Nacogdoches Chronicle, Seguin Journal an'Jjolhers of our exchanges arc battling for the Old Hero.- - Messenger, McICinney. The State Gazette, commenting on tbe above paragraph., has tho following, after which is appended the names of twenty- six newspapers;snpportijig the -nominees of the Houston Convention: ^ We are glad llic Messenger has given tliu list. The conductors, we believe, of every sheet above,with the exception of the Birdyille Union and In tell igcnccr. a rc Know-Nothings, and one of the editors of the latter- paper conduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 June 1859

0 CITIZEN, fe ¡quarterly, < One square 01 fiA Subaeqnent Business Cards, c For«ix months....! Foi three months. . . ;. . One column, cl Half 41 ° " i * ■- Quarter column .. Announcement of Candidates...., Political Circulars, or communications «if a private or.pereonal character, will be charged . constitute a square. J! 4 00 «« 2RIPTIOx\: ^in advancc . .$3 00 One copy-one jnar, paid in six months* • 3 50 One cogy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4-00 Five copies, one year, in advince. . .12 50 Ten copies, one year, in "advance.... : .,.20 00 Twenty copies, oneyear,-in advance.. . . .35 00 0¿r All copies tnust be sent ta one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our jHtper at the Club rates. '* ■ 1 ■ _ *' m ff- m o* We are authorized to announce H. A. TATUM as a candidate to represent Colorado county in the next Legislative. Election next August. * 17 W# are authorized to announce Mr. DA- VID TOÓKE as a candidate to represent Colo- lade-cotraiyi a the next Legiilatur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 June 1859

•cwis EMENTS. galveston advertisements tVlLLIAJI M. Ricfc/i «... t.í'iiiiii. < . .I?i A. RtCE HOUSTO|f,- TK4^ and wholesale dealers ín 3E* r o tr ¿ s & o sals, GROCERIRS, Litjíiors of all kinds, Planta- tiou Supplies, Bagging-, Rope, Paints, Oils, 'fViritiow Glass, írorV, Nails, lilucksnfSth'a Tortls, Hardware and'Steel, Limn and Oement, Hats and, Capsy Jíbots tfnd Shoes, and a general stock of DRY GOODS AND LEADING MEBK1NÉS. Q^J- Furniture, Carpeting , Oil Cloths, Mat ÍVindt 28-y A UlllltUlbj V'«« VII V i I1UI tresses, Druggets, Paper Hangings,- Window Shades, Willow Wate, etc., etó . .ft %-i- Ú. . TAYLOR .......... . .T. St. BAGB. - TAYLOR & BAGBY, 6cdérai Commission merchants, tatlor's old stand, ilOOSTON TEXAS WILL store, sell and forward cotton and Merchandise, or advance on the same fot shipment. Orders for plantation supplier prOirrptly responped to, when accompanied with ¿ash or produce. 28 ly f ©■g>AiB's,8!iiiE§taa(p maim* B íí SHEPHERD, of Houston," Texas, • ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 June 1859

m&9m :'~ :0f- i wmá ATE, COUNTY, OUR - fiSp-? ¡SiBI spilli asss^! ■. OUT II, AND THE UNION , JUNE 25, 1859. Wm £&*■■ .0 3gsass8g1 -M. - * w , publi. r 'ihe , srs nerlcctorrefuse 1. the post bfficeto whUh Jlltil .otheakj, ad the Id 3t paper from; the Office, of re, ig it uncalled for, is primafacie to con to send For the Citizen. Viator," |l§ |g Reply to I should have answered your philo - Watroua note before so trivial a track in the Watrous discussion bad faded from public, attention, but I have scrupled to inflict the readers of the Citizen witb any reply, partly because 1 had not time and partly because I did not think- that you would be so very solitary in your oWiqtfity as to attract the attention you have. You publish* 1'a letter in the Citizen some time ago in which you stated that you had been a friend df Gen. Houston for twenty years, and that you first suspected the integrity of.the great captain tjhen you saw his speech against Judge Watrous* the upright Judge and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 June 1859

J8P> '^4" ilfff f| PH :-r' ii^^'IS0ÉÍÍ' fcjCTg IIMS11 wSSr fifeJCá* c\ñ ;... *EK. MÍ BAKER..... A Un. BAKER KEB 4BROTHERS, KpíTaRS ÁXDrpií O PRÍETO^S. COLIIMBUS, TEXAS: . ay Morning, June 25,1859. m¿m g ii ni i i 1 «a—«i. 1, m $m-ú ■m> 3 .:': \ * _ 1%. ;fe - ,-J-j. #> *V i® a ?«:• ü - ^ • m s-r-f- *Sm Discussiou between Geus. Ham- ilion and Waul. The discussion between these* gentlemen for Congressional honors cam© off here en the 22d inst., according to previous an- nouncement. ~ . Gen. Waul spotce first. He spoke at considerable length on the necessity of organization. lie said the Houston Con- vention was fairly gotten tip, and was a true .exponent of the principios of the Democratic .party.- lie thought all Dem- tbe measure and which would oppose in- surmountable difficulties. The friendl of the measure, tnacconiplislt it, would l|tve to dissolve the tJnion, and after, it was dis- solved, the South would split again on the" question making another North and.South, and s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 June 1859

w < ......$100 one square, one year. ¿-. .10 00 rts..... /... 6 00 aths...... * i 4 «10 iángedinferí#, one year.80 00 ;«*- - «v> « " 45 00 . ......25 00 Candidates... k.„......, 5 00 irculars, or communications of ill character will be charged i or lcm.«onstitute á sanare. , one .pqqy.'v.. °0 ___ iit ifiontbs. .; . 3 50. aid in twelve mos. . 4 00 year, ill advance.......12 50 s, one year, in advance........20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance... *.35 00 All copigamust be sent to one sjkjrsss; liub i^made^p, in order to E. unce; H. A¡, ;ent Colorado eclion ifcxt LEG my* are authorized ATUM as a candidal# to cosnty in the next Legislaiurc. : HiiH —*** - P® Lhorizcd to I 3. REDGATE as t candidate to County in the Legislature ¡lection first Monday in August next. j' - i ■■ . ... — - a _ ^ trWc arc authorized lo announce General ' AUGUSTU3 JONES as a candidate to repre-- cent Colorado'county in the next Legislature. Election in August next. 0^7"We see it stated that Judge; Wm-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 June 1859

mm 1 wm '-^4& ::V3^; * sfe /vj® > Sv :; <_.v ertisements. M. RICE & Go., HOUSTOX, TBSA8, ' S3.VI.E DEALK11S IN , otrisions,. t ROCERIES, Liq'ims of all kiñtls, Plmita- J tion Snppíié*, Bagging, Rope, Faints, Oils, Window ülaí . Iron, Nails, Blacht-milh's Tools, irdwaffifand Steel, Lime andCeiflent,Hats and ts and Shoes, and; a. general stock nt DRY GOODS IMPLEADING MEDICINES. ;*• flgj^famitoftv- Carpel ings, pd Cloihs, Mat- tresses, Druggets, Paper Hangings, Window Shad , WHh>w Ware, etc., ctc . 2$-yclt* mm . .T. U. BAGBV Q* & BAGBY, I fi§SjP MiOj General Commission" 3Mtcrelía«its, TAYLOR'S OLD STAKS, r -IIO^TON; TEXAS _ ^'"TTTIT-Ti store, sell arid forward cotton and VV Merchandise, or advancc on the same for shipment. Orders for plantation supple promptly responped to, when accompanied with ex-h «r produce. 28 ly B A. SHEPHERD^ oT Houston, Texas, • and D- L. Ivcrnion, of New Orleans, fiaWbccomc partners ii« our house, their interest commencing on the 1st inst....

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

iiíáí-, m f Bastrop, Faf- rfir€< •the Buffalo Bayou, lo Railway Company, at Harrisburg, June 1, the following yole: wbereas, by an Afjf^of the ling the Charter of this jproved February 4,1854, was required tó 1 retiría themselves' to the following route, vie.: Ho of their existing route to A us- Travis coitntyi' Lnd, whereas, by the General Railroad Law, passed December 19, 1857, every c^^Uiis^Bt^e^he entire length of whose road is Jess than 300 miles, is required, prior to January 1, 1800, to ' designate thetermi/H of «said road, where the same are not fixed in their charters, and the counties through which the road shall and, Vas neat as practicable, the points at which said roads shall cross the rivera, over whieh they will pass between the termini;1" therefore, * Voted, tbat*this Company designate Harrisburg, id Harris county, and Austin, in Travis county, as the termini of their road; and the counties of Harria, Fort Bend, Wharton, Colorido, Fayette, Bas- trop and Travis, as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 July 1859

iS&SsjJai aft óÉf• • '.^^HC; ¿*^v ^ -&'l K£& ....CrjS.M. BARER.. . . .*. n. BAKER lKER & BROTHERS, D PROPRIETORS. TEXAS orning, juiy 2,1859* DEMOCRAT If! TICKET For Governor, mm , For Liciiteuanl-Covcrnor, GOL. ED. CLARK For Congress, West, GEN. A. JACK HAMILTON. =, For Com. Gen. Land Office, COL. STEPHEN F. CROSBY. ,■■ .. i .- .. — ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ ;—' JST We insert uo advertisement from ~ • a distance withont payment inadvance, or good security here, unless it be from houses or persons whom we know to be reliable. We make this rule in self de- fense, and for 4he benefit of that class of individuals who are continually sending us advertisements in violation of thi3 rule, and who only lose their trouble and postage. Examination.—-The examination of the students of the Alma Institute, Halletts- ville, will commence on Tuesday, July 5th, and continue three days. Exereises on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night. Add i esses will be delivered by Rev. E. H. Osborne and B. ...

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