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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 October 1857

it OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE, UNION. r- v.!--1::- VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1857. NUMBER 12. A Runaway Lwwtic on his Travels. There is a magazine called " The Opal" published at the .Utica Insane Asylum, all the articlea-of which are wriíten by in- mates oS the institution. Hie last number contains the following: IT St. 8? a PRINTER. A fire occurring at the Asylum, Utica, July 14th, 1847, and hiring spent 3* years (once ran away before® traveled 300 miles; stock at atarting m er*pfcer and a half;) started again, after helping at fire saving some books, among which the Washington Srimer; walked down to Utiea to get a rinJ;, two eenU worth of beer, and begged eoáe tobacco, called at a tavern, all the money gone, r^sed a drink of water; thought I could walk to Albany and try to get work. Got on the canal, turned up 'sleeves and belted, and commenced my first of a hundred miles without any coat and vest on, on a hot summer time; very laborious walk...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 October 1857

THE CITIZEN. t. o. bake* ms. m. baker.... .a. h. baker J. . BAKER & BROTHERS EDITORS ASD PROPRIETOR'S. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: saturday morning.... .oct. 10,1857 No Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the citizen unless accompanied by the cash, as it is more trouble with such advertise- ments, to collect the money than to make"it. ssr The newspaper m^il from the " States " failed on Thursday morning last, and we aw of course without any further * news than that received last week. jpg* The camp-meeting commenced last Thursday, at the camp ground, one mile from town. —- —■ ♦ ■/ m The weather for some time past .las been cool and comfortable—reminding us that soon overcoats, <fec.; will be brought into requisition. jpy If " Bout DcrMrLiNQ " will let ns ' have her name, it will be a pleasure to publish bér communication in reference to a " Gentleman's Lost Heart." We do not publish communications without the real same of the authors. See List of Letters, in this issue. We direct th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 October 1857

m r c.mt COLORADO CITIZEN. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Sqaam, one insertion §1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 Far six months. 6 00 FA three months 4 no One colamn, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " h *• •« 45 00 Quarter colamn...... .4., 25 00 Announcement of Candidates 5 00 tlT Political Circulars, or communications of • private or personal character, will be charged |<dTertisftnent8. CT Teh Ifnes" or less, constitute a square. ' ; SUBSCRIPTION ¡ One copy one veat, 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 c<^>ies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copiés, one year, in advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance.. .. .35 00 Vgj* All copies must be sent to one address, #tien a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rales. |teto wnt'-vmrE at w JUL* Jüt HA. TATDM takes • pleasure in announoing to hie friends and the public gener...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 October 1857

u ftan the Home Journal. TEE BEPIT TO NOTHING TO WEAR" BY ▲ HOT. To th« chivalrous author of " Nothing to Wear," Who has gained auch a great notoriety Fur bis friendly regard and solicitous care 01 the fair ones of New York society, I humbly beg leave these few lines to address, la the name of the ladies, and thereby express Tbo thanks that they all most undoubtedly owe To the one who such trouble and thought can bestow, In presenting the claims they may have for a share Of the public regard when they've w nothing to wear." There a e some who do need its prompt aid, I confess, Who imagine they nu'er have a suitable drees, (Though they are by far the least part of society, And of all styles of diesses have an endless va- riety.) So when asked to dinner, or party, or ball, Of what they're to wear they have no idea at all, Aud are constantly plunged in the deepest despair And think they have nothing whatever to wear. But then these examples are so very rare, That seldom they're met wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 January 1858

C+tL * ÍDOLORADO * OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE^SOÜTH, AND THE UNION. Li " n—A VOLUME I. COLUMBDS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9,1858. NUMBER 24; Ocucral Summary* Walker's Letter of Rcsignatiom* THE STOLEH JÍOTE. If X RETIRED ATTORNEY. Except that he indulged too freely in the use of the intoxicating cap, John Wallace was an honest,high-minded and exemplary in^n. His one great fault hung like a dark shadow over his many virtues. He meant well and when he was sober he did well. He was a hatter by trade, and by his industry and thrift had acquired money enough to buy the bouse in which he lived. He bad purchased it several years before for three thousand dallara, paying one thousand down, and securing the ba.ance *y. a morgage to the seller. The mortgage was almost due at the time when the circumstances made me ac- Íuainted with the affairs of the family, lut Wallace was ready for the day; he had saved the money—there seemed no possi bifity of an accident. I was well acquainted with W alla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 January 1858

4- iv *&* . f- THE CITIZEN. J .«. KAKKR BEN. M. BAKER A. H. BAKER J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, BITITORS AND PRO PR'IETQ-RS * CQL^MBÜS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Jan. 9, 1858. &~No Legal Advertisement will be inserted im tit Citizen unless accompanied by the •isa, o it is mart trouble with such advertise' mertls, to soiled the money than to make it. ' Mr.' A. Dcst Avr, Assessor and Col - lector of tliis countv, started out to make a tour over tbe county about the first of January. He is our agent for the Citizen. There are still some la this eounlv who have not subscribed for our paper. As we contribute our mite to every public enter- prise, we hope, those who are governed by the spirit of tbe golden rule, will not forget ns in making their arrangements for tbe liew year, 1858. ' The Eastern mail, due this (Friday) morning, has not armed up to the hour of going to press. j|^r We would direct the attention of those desirous of secuMng lots eligibly situated for residences, to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 January 1858

CITIZEN. ===== BATHS OF ADVERTISING: Bnaineas^Cards, onesquare,one year....10 00 Forgi^.njontlm........... 6 00 Foi three mouths.4 HO One column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half " " " *• ♦« 45 00 Quarter column.-......................25 00 Annon ncement of Candidates 5 00 or^communicationa of "a, private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. 0^7 Tea linea or lén, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: 1 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 mes... 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 All copies must be sent to one address, whesa Club 1 made up, in order to secure our papeVat'the Clubrates. ' nil-., or We have been requested to announce 6E.ORGE W. BREEDING, Esq. as a candi- dato for Sheriff of Colora do county. Election in Aagnt next. TO THE VOTERS OF COLORADO COÜN- * TY, TEXAS. Citizen m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 January 1858

• -9SS!Í^SSSSSSSÍS==SS=Í!S^ The Law of Newspapers. 8abtcribera who do not give express noting to the contrary, are considered as Wishing to con, linue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papera, publishers maj continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the poat 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 totho former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled lor, is prima faci evidence of fraud. Gttlit, junior aitir jstntiuunt. |^lisrcllaufous ^.iibcrtisnncnts Ulisttliuneotts '¡Ptotisrarats. G Feel what I have Felt. [The circumstances which induced the writ irg of the following touching and most thrilling lines are as follows: A young lady o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 January 1858

\ íÁ j/ft # / PULASKI. is COLORADO CITIZEN. OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THB ÍOUTH, ANB THE UNION. - —=4 : I. GOLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1858. NUMBER 26. of Braudywine tbat ill all his glory, g there, iDto the he was a warrior to and never forgot. large black horse, whose of shape made you of his caparison, with a form six feet in and limbs of iron, relieved by the black scars of Poland IL as abiding ighted by wrong. "on j ÍÍMHLot,,_ with a Hp darkened by a his throat and chin were beard, whilo his hair raven masses from beneath his cap, shielded with a bridge of guttering steel. His hair and beard were of the same hue. The sword that hung by his side, fash- io edW.- a stéel, with sfsw i array that he % band of three hu burnt with the scorchi «tropical ran, or hardened by northern snows, bore the scare of many a battle. They were mostly Europeans, some Ger- mans, some Polandere, and some deserten from the Brítiáti army. These men to fight. To be taken by the would be death on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 January 1858

ir#* dtii ii< -'fe- Bag «v\ TffiE CITIZEN. j «al .-«i.. .,.1kw. m. bak8k. I . . .a. h. baker I.I >.mitEIt & BROTHERS, EDIf rOBS ANO PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saf ;urday Jíorning, Jan. 23,1858. __ Legal "Advertisement will be inserted 'in rte Citizen unless accompanied by the cafb, ii it is more trouble With such advertise- V wuHts, to collect the money than to make iU _ • -- /¡ST The weather for some time past has bqen mild and pleasant, which has given our planters an opportunity of making preparations for neat crop. As we have had very little cold weather this winter, we anticipate heavy frosts in March or April, iattifcspened with a coup'e of snow storms, for the sake of variety. fW Cotton is still improving, and stead- ily'advancing. The New Orleans quota- tions are, Middling, 9£@9£c.; Good Mid- dling, 10£@10$c.; Middling Fair, 10|c. JHT We are indabtea to Messrs. Kesler And Maza for a copy of the Texas AI- manac. gSf Mr. Gorsuch is still taking ambro- type impress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 January 1858

COLORADO CITIZEN. í. This outrageous conduct, of course, exasperated the citizens of Karnes; but ' bare forborne any hostile acts. This the occurrences in Karnes county, I give St as it is currently reported and believed, and it is no doubt correct, ave had ample time for minor and for us to get the straight ofj one; have wm This is the whole history of the " Caft "War" I have gone somewhat minutely into the details; for it has been grossly misrepresevted through the servile papers; and on a proper understanding of this matter hangs no less á question than slavery or abolitionism in Western Texas. - It was shortly after the lime of the last attack on the greaser carts that Gov. Fgiw interfered. We were on the point of needing to him, if after a fair trial the cit- isons of Karnes should be unable to sup- press the attacks as we had done. But hearing tfcat he was already coming out to see about the matter, we waited for him. He went to San Antouio—a hundred miles V—and consulted with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 January 1858

llisráteona ^toríisemaits. j. c. shaw, jdommissioñ merchant, AND DEALER IN Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Western Prod nee, &c., richmond, texas. ——;—-—t— p?* highest prices p^id for cottqX and bides. l-ly the rare Mil Ha. tatum takes • pleasure in announcing tu his friends and the public generally, that he has resumed' his profession as PORTRAIT PAINTER. He has on hand a large assortment of the finest materials, procured from London and Paris, and is prepared to execute liken esses in oil from a Miniature toa life size Portrait. The public generally are invited to call and examine his paintings. jst his Studio is near the Ferry, adjoining Miller & Ansehn's Cabinet shop. -If- GEORGE E. VINTEN, printers' wake-house No. 105^ POYDRAS STREET, (Between Camp and St. Charles,) Itew Orleans, La. PRESSES, Types, Inks, Paper, Cards, and famishing of every description. Second hand materials bought and sold, and old type taken in exchange for new, at cine cents per pound n5 l...

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

r OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AX I) THE UNION. L COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30,1858. NUMBER 27. KBC(Mll>£IISE OF A DUELIST. 7 \ > ALeipsic journal just received, mentions jg incident as having occurred leans: >man, lately arrived, went into lYectaurant and called for a glass of beer. jbftEw boy brought it, a tall man, unknown to him, Whó bad eyed the Frenchman rather insolently on his entrance, snatched the glass from the table and drank its con- tents off. « f have not the honor of your acquain- sir," remarked the Frenchman, aur- •f I of your * insultingly replied the other. 44 You are seeking a quarrel with me, then!" 441 should be sorry to leave you in doubt of Ifaefact," was the insolent response. " Lookhtre, sir," said the new comer, 44 l am a man of peace and mipd my own business, 1 meddle with none \ and I receive no unprovoked insult; I pass ' tours by for this time* Boy, Wing me another glass t" The Creole broke into a taunting laugh, sad wbeujthe sec...

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

/ TítE 4 . D. BAKEB. . BBH. M. BAKER.-. . . .A. H, BABBB J. D. BAKEB & BROTHERS EDITORS ANÍ> PROPRIETORS. , CQLUMBÜSrTEXAS: Saturday Morning, Jan. 30,1858. L«g*l Advertisement will be inserted in tie ClTREN unlets accompanied by the r^ia, gg it is more 'trouble with such advertise- ments, to collect the money than to make it. ■* Messrs. John Soberer aud Draub's school will have an examination on next Tuesday. There will be an exhibition and «peaking at night The public are respect- fitiUy invited to attend. /ty'Notice the card of the firm of Blux ¿tMatblum. This is a firm every way reliable, and those who transact busi- ness with t^em, may expect to have it done in a prompt and efiieiens manner. They wiÜ fiad their house in Columbus a cheap -■$&* The firm of Roniseó Je Jenkins, of Richmond, has dissolved* and Mr. J. F. Jenkins has become the sole owner of that business. See his card. Godey, for February, has arrived. As usual, an excellent book. The PJ^mgbi Loom and Anvil...

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

Hi "V «es war the colorado citizen. tni it f,: i tj'i : : 2— One „B. insertion OF ADVERTISING : 00 50 onesquare,ope year*...10 00 _ it!" *."i. ^ So ^cd^.,clrpd,o.n«ll.T J '-80 00 Quartercolumn -25 00 Candidates........... 5 00 (V-f^Political Circulars, or communications of apárate or personal character, will be charged afrMvortMlnents. ? (Kr Tea Jine* or les,« constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: Ooe copy one year, in advance........ .".#3 00 Ten copies, one year, in advance .. .20 00 Twsoty copies, one year, ia advance..... .35 00 -(J^-Alt espiet must be sent to oce address, when aX'lub is made up, in ordeV to iecure our Clis|>^aMs. We are authorized to announce J: S. Dfe' GR A A Í.Esq, as a candidate for the > of District Attorney in the first Judicial ct, comprising the counties of Brazoria, la, iWhartom, Colorado, Fayette, Austin Bend. Election first Monday fn Au- lf.1. -J - STi January 35thÍ8S8. fa# We are authorized to announce Mr. Wm hTwALLACE as a candidate for Sheriff o...

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

||tisttltae<ras 2Utatistmtnls. 1. P. Whitfield -* t : has just received 4 FRESH ussortriient of Gentlemen's cloth- ' A. iujf, consisting of various descriptions of ' ©Mía 9ÍSm& wfSSTSi, BeoMos everv oihér artieio in the clothing line, which he sells lower than such goods have ever been sold here before. These goods having been purchased during the commercial xnsis in New York a* extraordinary 4< w rates,-he can afford to fell than cheaper than goods of the same quality have heretofore been sold here Here u a chance for G-óocL Bargains, 11m. best ever presented in the town of Columbus Cvtnc and make your Purchases before it is too Wni also shortly reccive a fresh lot of BOOTS & SHOES, Which he will offer for sale on very readable ' 461BI8 __ «Apa 51 Columbus, Texas, Dec 26,1857 m CABINET & TURNING. S S O P. "* JTIfcLER & ANSEL IN beg. jyl leave most respectfully toj announce to-the good citiiens of Columbus and vicinity that they arc now prepared to attend to ai...

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

V m MfeMi OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. ¿y VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY,. FEBRUARY 6, 1858. NUMBER 28. JOE TUCKER'S DOG FIGHT. mtbat hc1timest is frogtown. «jhtir* community in one general and in- -discriminatemelee, intermediate law suits distraction of the town, its downfall and ^ a fanciful genius named Joe Tucker, a man ebout town—a lounger, without visible means of support—a do nothing, loafing, mgag.. ggioker —, good natured, good-for- nothing sort of a fellow, owned a dog—a alick, intelligent, and ra'her pretty beast, Always at Joe's heels, and known as well as bis master, and liked for more by the ciU- tens of Frogtown. ^ One day Joe and his dog weré passing Bunion'* grocery store, when a great pie- fcald, «gty looking, cut-eared dog, standing rafter a Wood wagon, bounded on to Joe HV^or*. dog, knocked him head over ih rein And so frightened Bob Carters wife, who was then passing toward her husband's blaebímith shop with his dinner that she stumbled...

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

purpose of preventing the carrying on of any such expedition or enterprise from the territories or jurisdiction of tbe United States against the territoriefor domain of any foreign prinjfto or State, or of any col- ony, district o* people, with whom the United Slates are at peace." . For. these reasons, had Com. Paulding intercepted the steamer Fashion, with Gen. Walker and his men on board, at any period before they entered the port of San , Juan del Nicaragua, and conducted them back to Mobile, this would have prevented them from '* carrying oft" the expedition, and have been not only a justifiable, but a praiseworthy act. The crime well deserves the severe pun isbinent inflicted upon it by our laws. It Violates the principles of Christianity, mo- rality and humanity, held sacred by all civilized nations, and by none more than by the people of the United States. Dis- guise it as we may. such a military expedi- tion is an invitatation to reckless and law- less men to enlist under t...

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

¥ae colorado citizen. RATES OF ADTEBTI§m«: One Square, one insertion. $1 00 Each subsequent insertion... 50 Business CartTa, one square, oue year.... 10 00 Far sit mouths. 1 6 00 Foi three months. i.... i. 4 t>0 One column, changcd quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " •• « ♦« 45 00 Qoartér colutan .25 00 Announcementof Candidates. 5-00 - Political Circulars, oí communications of a private or personal character, will be charged w advertisements. - (tír.Teu lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, irt advance .$>3 00 0ne copy one year, paid in six months 3 50 t)ne copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 <10 Vive copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance ,20 00 Twenty ooptes, one year, in advance. 35 00 • 0^" All copies must be Bent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. - wr We áre authorized to announce S. S. HUNGER, Esq., of La Grango, as a candidate -for District Attorney of...

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

w ^tsallaittmt ^itortisments. Mechanics, Inventors and Manufacturers. IIf announcing the Thirteenth Annual Vol- ume of the Scientific American, the Publish- ers respectfully inform the public, that in order to inore*«e and stimulate the formation of clubs, they propose to offer Fifteen hundred dollars in^Cash Premiums tor the fifteen largest lists of subscribers sent by the 1st of jauuary, 1858 ; and said premiums to be distributed as follows: for the largest list, $300, 2d, 8250, 3d, $200, 4th, #150, 5th, $100,6th, $90, 7th, §¡80, 8th, $70, 9th, $60, 10th, $50, 11th, $40,12th $«35, 13th, 30, 14th, 25, 15th, 20 Mames of subscribers cau be sent in at differ- ent times and from different Post Offices. The cash whl be paid to the orders of the suc- cessful competitors, immediately after the first of January, 1858. Southern, Western and Canada money will be taken for subscriptions. Canadian subscribers will pleatfe t«* remit twenty-six cents extra on each year's subscription to pre-pay ...

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