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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 23 June 1851

h "r f I v C0l0tfl0 f ribtmi. BY EDWARD F. GILBERT.. OFFICE ON MULBERRY STREET. TERMS : $3 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. Vol. 4- MATAGORDA MONDAY MORNING JUNE 23 1851. No. 23. 1 - SSS22'ia (i wish thou wsar not going." "lis what I have said to the summer When the last sweet buds wore' blowing And the bee 'was a wearied hummer "I wish thouwett not going." Tup. what I have said to the tide '"""When it ebbed in its musical flowing Leaving pebble and weedy my side " I wish thou wert not going." Tis what I have said to the sun When the shadows of night were growing And the sands of Mirth had run . "I wish thou wert not going.' Tis what I have said to my vision ' When the scjtlie of Truth was mowing The poppies of Fancy's Elysion ' " I wish thou wert not going." is what I have said to the bird When its gush cf song was flowing la strains to be soon unheard "I wish thou wert not going." And when thou hast turned away And thy form is dimly showing I know that my spirit will say ' '! wish thou wert ...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 23 June 1851

'V4 BV s' m m THE TRIBUNE. m 8. b ssasaiu -38E3nri&i MONDAY MORNING JUNE 23 1851. EWe are authorized to announce Col. P. HANSBROTJGH BELL as a candidate forre-elec-tion to the office of Governor at the ensuing gen- eral election in August R"5We are authorized to announce Hon. E. M. PEASE as a candidate for the office of Governor of the State of Texas. IT5"We are authorized to announce Lieuten ant Governor J. A. GREER as a candidate for Governor at the election in August next. BWe are requested to announce Col. V. E. HOWARD as a candidate for re-election to re present the Second Congressional District of this State in the Congress of the United States. fJ5"We are authorized to announce H. N. POT- TER. Esq of Galveston as a candidate to repre- tent the Western Congressional District of this State in fJongress. IfWe are authorized to announce A. J. HAM' ILTON Esq former Attorney Geneeral of this State as a candidate to represent the Western UlSUlCi Ul 4CJLU3 111 V.UUIC33. tr5"We ar...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 23 June 1851

litf wx T5S3Z lit&A k V f Ge O o V" x L THE TRIBUNE. P! LATER 1TR0X TJKOPR. Y Arrival eftkt Steamers Pacific and Amtriafi- Advefiuin Cotton. There hare been two ufri. valsfrom Europe since our last with sonni fur. thet encouraging intelligence from the cotton market Prices bad advanced )L and on the departure of last steamer (the America) on the Slit Mar there was evident prospect of a still for. ther advance. The business of the week preced ing had been active and sales embraced 51000 bales. The quotations are for Fair Mobile 6d air Urleans 6td. . The money market was ac tive. The political news is unimportant and the crops are represented as backward in England There is nothing new from the Continent beyond aome indications of a renewal of the difficulties between the Queen of Portugal and the Duke de Saldanha. The great Fair continues undimin ished in its attractions. Til NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hew Tork Market. New York June 9. 1851. Cotton ad-aneedjr. sales 1600 hales Cnrn West...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 23 June 1851

WtY mm ijiii usui S Ff 4 s L .. LEGAL NOTICES. Citmtitt JVMce. Tie State of Texat County of Brazoria llf THE PlITRICT codet ioit o. 1655. S. WPerkrat Chief Justice-nte &s PWff. Thomas S. Lubbock T. T. McKin-) ney and F. R. Lubbock - i Deflt 3V I Ae Sheriff of Brazoria county greeting: WSTHEREAS Stephen W. Perkins Chief " Justice oftbe county of Brazoria who DM for the use of Joseph E. Wilton admin- iitratnr of John W. N. A. Smith deceased bat 6led bis petition in the office of the Dis- trict Clerk of said county in which he alleges that the said Thomas S. Lubbock on the 29ih day of September a. . 1S45 was appointed administrator or the estate of the said John W. N. A. Smith and that on the said 29lh day of September a. d. 1815 the said defendant made thsir certain writing obligatory and signed the same whereby they acknowledged themselves held and firmly bound unto Robt. J. Calder Judge of Probate and his succes sors in office in the sum of Are thousand dol- lars conditioned tha...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 7 July 1851

v5 & Cl. aJifcw 'In fat. iiiflilliiUM EjA.j.pr .Hfc "urn -..i ..h'r.' rtjfffti i -m. JJ l Mfcyy- 5 -3Cv-.y V r t dta c fc-" -- x.vrfi-Jl vBVt - - . ' v -v' V r BY EDWARD F. GILBERT. TERMS : $3 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. OFFICE ON MULBERRY STREET. Vol. 4. No. 25. Y-. $&M Jffl5-- rp VJ MATAGORDA MONDAY MORNING JULY 7 1851 sosvin " no wealth in rarrv it mtii tlin lVdon! Cnnrt fnrndiiniiL'atioii. ; rrlrheil iiiiHrIn '.irnirs nn llm nrnrnml-i nf liv n rai ; fel - Frxliir i' mr t n'.wm f1 f&S L - . TO THE PEOPL.K OF TEXAS. Fellow-Citizens I am a candidate for our tho hardy immigrant who possessingno wealth to carry it into the Federal Court fur adjudication wretched inisorw ho gamers up the proceeds of hilt Qtninrv" nrin nr.il n ilnlliillr.es isruir-lrrr. pnmi mill I in ilii.iiiiiiriisiMrs.i i lui'li 14 isttiMisili'll leil ills lolls : till I lulls ifiMiril Iti'r Ini.lsi'lt ill tin i.t. w.wii-vii.Lia 1 nui .1 uaiuuuuiu lor your -...--- -.... e- .... ............... . s.. . - . ..s ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 7 July 1851

.- ' i S $ 5k VN THE COLORADO TRIBUNE !-&. IB? THE TRIBUNE. Eo go amaB3giag9 bbmmmb. MONDAY MORNING JULY 7 1851. DWc are authorized to announce Col. I'. 11.YNSBR0UGII BELL as a candidate for re-election to the office of Go ernor at the enduing gen- eral election in August QWe are authorized toannounce Hon E M. PEASE as a candidate for the office of Got ernor of the State or Texas HjVn nri nntlinnjpil tn nlinnmipp l.ietilen. antGoemor J. A GREER as a candidate for.11" l'iumon. Governor at the election in August neit. We understand that Col. Howard and Gen (Tp-Wc are requcsteuTto"" announce Col. V. E Mcl-co.1 arc expected here daily w hen xx e may HOWARD as a candidate for re-election to re- reasonably cpect to see some liarp--hootiiig. present the Second Congressional District or this! 5tate in the Congress ot the United States. KSteamiiip Lost. We have just heanl that K7-We arc authorized to announce II N. POT-1"0 TER Esq of Gah eston as a candidate to repre-. sent the Western C...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 7 July 1851

T II E COLORADO TRIBUNE f(fUX tW .t COMMERCIAL. COTTON--We hare New Orleans dates to the 26th ult. Some slight changes appear to have taken place in the intervening week since out last issue but on comparing quotations we find no material alteration necessary in our figures : LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION'. Inferior . . S a 6 I Mid. Fair . 9&al0 Ordinary . . 6la 7 Fair . . . lOaloy Middling . . 8 a 8 I Good Fair . nominaf. Good Mid. . 9ta 9J Good & Fine nominal SUGAR Improving; demand more active. FLOUR Dull and lower : Ohio S2 25a3 40 : UL LOUIS S4 12a4 20. BACON Missouri Sides 7Ja8 Vc COFFEE Rio 9c. WHISKEY Rectified 18ial8c. STEAMBOATS. Colorado J'avfgation. FOR WHARTON. COMJMBUS AUSTIN AND ALL lNTKn.MKDIATK LANDINGS. STEAMER " COLORADO" MARRIED. At the house of Mr. B. B. Pcarce in Jackson Mr. Hexrt Rocr merchant of Indianola to Miss Jl'lia Rollis of the former place. DIED. i. In this city on the 4th inst after a short ill ness Jons Gray son of John G.and Louisa Gra ham aged t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 7 July 1851

a;-ssss-1- - tvi6-i2r THE COLORADO TRIBUNE. '&& & DRY GOODS. Syritig f Summer Goods. GORDON & mccaihiit HAVING taken the store lately occupied by C. A. Dullard &. Co invite llie at- tention of Planters and dealers generally to their just landed per schooner " I. Franklin" and " Monterey" from New York. Their supplies (which will be replenished by every new arriial) consist of a choice as- sortment of Foreign " Domestic DRY GOODS viz: Black Sr while & fancy Prints and Ginghams White and cnlotrd Mucins ; Berages ; Silk Muslins ; Silk and Dcragc Shawls ; Silk and Berage Mantilla"; Sewed Swi"s Cuffs and Cnllais ; llibbons ; Gloves ; Hosiery and Lares ; Umbrella" and Parasols ; Silk and Cotton ; Panama Leghorn and l'alm-leaf Hats ; Summer Tweeds Cottonades and Drill ; Oil Floor Cloths and Mosquito Netting ; &.c. ALSO g A supply of BOOTS Ji And SHOES ; Hardware and Cutlery ; CIII.NA A.SD GLASSWARES J Q. u i: 1: N S A R u. Groceries : Sugar CoITce Teas Snap Cand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 21 July 1851

-jRrggagv-'rvsa.; EstS' i " T.V-i '&xggr&''' :?9KW'9?57?'' . - .'J- frjftnc:- u. .!. '": St33SadSC3aS2K! ?- "f-eef-. J A X BY EDWARD F. GILBERT. OFFICE ON MULBERRY STREET. TERMS : $3 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. N " Vol. 4. MATAGORDA MONDAY MORNING JULY 21 1851- No. 27. wppwBwrTT5T: ' . jSjiSr-)? ''IS" Si HP U L& f : - Selected for the Tribune. THE THRIVING FAMILY. BT MRS. SIGOORNET. Our father lives in Washington And has a world of cares But gives his children each a farm Enough for them and theirs. Full thirty" well crown sons has he A numerous race indeed Married and settled all d'ye see With boys and girls to feed. So if we wisely till our lands We're sure to earn a liririrr for spending or for giving. A thriving family are e No lordling need deride u; For we know how to use our hands And in our wits we pride us; Hail brothers hail ! Let nought on earth divide us Some of us dare the sharp northeaster." Some clover fields are mowing ; And others tend the cotton plants That k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 21 July 1851

' ' - r-. j" jr -w i X" THE TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING JULY 21 1851. " DVe are authorized to"nnounce Col. P. HANSBROUGH BELL as a candidate for re-elec-tion to the office of Governor at the ensuing gen- eral election in August ItV We are authorized to announce Hon V. M. PEASE as a candidate for the office of Governor otthe State of Texas. (JWe are authorized to announce Lieuten- ant Governor J. A. GREER as a candidate for Oovemor at the election in August next. ttWo are requested to announce Col. V. E. HOWARD as a candidate for re-election to re- present the Second Congressional District of this State in the Congress of the United States. ItWc are authorized to announce H. N. POT- TER Esq of Galveston as a candidate to repre- sent the Western Congressional District of this State in Congress. ttWe are authorized to announce A. J. HAM- ILTON Esq former Attorney Gcneeral of this State as a candidate to represent the Western Dir.nct of Texas in Congress. r5We are authorized to announce Gen....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 21 July 1851

!rViiriWg ''-' "'".i .1 l THE COLORADO T II I IS U N E VS""-" . .' -AP. 3 l&e If li?- I? IB" COMMERCIAL. I m IP COTTON' The lato unfavorable accounts from Europe by the two or three last steamers have prtxloced a disastrous decline in the New Or leans cotton market The following quotations' which we gather from the Picayune's report are only made up to the 12th insL since which time as will be seen bv reference to our columns in another portion of to-day's paper there has been a subsequent arrival from Europe announcing a still further decline of Vf c. in prices. This re duces cur prime staple in a pretty low figure. LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION. Inferior .-Jan.. I Mid. Fair . 9.Ua 9 Ordinary . . Si : rair . . . . 1U a rlff S. aiiudling 7?as. iooa rair . nomin. iItKi? R.vvi Mid. Da 9i f Good & Fine nomin: v?.vviv -".. : . - . i . i i t ("..'. 3 viifAi 14 irimmvinir nnn in oemami. in- fc&tA'rir -a4. Cminon 4ia5 Fair 5ia53f nmu sum vm'ii u.iu-3.. MOLASSES Reboiled 26c"Sugarhou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Colorado Tribune — 21 July 1851

04 ..W- ?iv THE COLORADO TRIBUNE By the GoTtraor or the Stats of Tcxai. A PROCLAMATION. "MMTHEREAS liy nn art nl the Lrcialaturc "" " approved March 20. 1&1S. il is required that in election for Governor Lieutenant- Governor and Cmm:ssiniipr of the Geneiifl Landnffiee be held throughout this State on the first Monday in August next : Now. therefore. p. HANSBROUIjH BELL Governor of the State of Texas do. by virtue of the authority in mo vested here by order and direct that polls be opened at the aeTeral precincts or the respective coun- ties in this State on the first Monday (the lourth day) ot August ncx' lor the clecuon by ballot of a Gvernor Lieutenant-Govern or and a Commissioner of the General Lnnd- offire. the chief justices of the e.veral conn ties (and in case of a vacancy in the ollice of Chier justice or inability or that officer to ad. then any two of the county commissioner") win. accordingly give due notice ami cause polls to be opened at tho several precinct ol thei...

Publication Title: Colorado Tribune
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