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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 September 1859

'Wi mí m :m¡# Sí I ~>^L ríT"-Tr^ Es TH1 LADO " CITIZEN. 'MÉL*m "">•: One square :'.v«ac! "' ADVERTISING : 81 00 50 10 00 6 00 4 00 ,oüe year v For six ^íFOI thw^mai JPIP One column, changed qnarterly, one year.80 00 Half •*; . " * " *1 00 .Quarter column. *9® 00 l. "1 Announcement of-Candidates..... & {£7-Political Circulars, or communications of '•a private or personal character, will be charged fcf: advertisements. fry- Ten lines ot less, constitute a square. subscription: One copy one year, in advanoc... • . -w rv, jn 8¡x months.. tin twelve mos. advance..... .advance..T... .20 00 in advance 35 00 be sent to one address, ap,in order to secure our *• ' V.:,. )ne copy one One copy w*e Five copies, Twenty copies, "Oír AH flop* when a Club paper at the .$3 00 . 3 50 . 4 00 .12 50 mitt i a I. Carried, on Thursday evening, the 1st inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Re*. J. J. ScheVer, Mr. CORNELIUS HUTCHJNS to Miss VICTORIA. HOPE, all of Colorado ouunty. "Two h...

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

wmm iQicssioíidL iBiscclíanfous'íiiHjcrtistiiieitts. m . .SAM. M. PEN"NTS CoLUMBE'*, is US - >Jr Wk0m£ i -Tv AC K. OKNiilS;. . i, DENNIS $ DEXXIS, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, .•WHARTON ASI) COtl'MBl'S, TJiXAS, VT7 ILL pra>'tifo i pwrfni<rbhi£in.the oóunttcs of * T jfeazwia. W hurto -. Colorado. Austin, La- vaca, FtiVcUe «r>fl í'ort Bvrtd. S'pretn' 'lttention given hi 'he colli ctfou of debts,- ano aojuatnieul of claims. Dennis* office over Wm. M. flukei's : store. }¿ voOñ&v kíXK Attorney afid Counselor at Law, 26 RALLEttS VI LIE, I EX AS. it J. putney; and Counselor a1 COLUMBUS, TEXAS* 19 W. J. DARDEN, Attornoy and Counselor at Law, <5S anrdits A". IX CARTER, I TNO 1-T "ROWERS torney and Counselor at Law, uVoLks\le and retail' ' 4ir COLUMBUS. TEXAS. ^ IIQLESALL AND KL.1AID D R U G O I S T, C0LÜ51BÚS, TEXAS, HAS Just Received from New York a large and complete supply of 3fc£ .23 3JÍ I C X 1ST 13 , Including 5U0 utilices of Quinine, and a large supply of atfi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 September 1859

w "£§¿í~ ■jm £- "^-- ih|in"¿i¿fiíf*--' ' THE UNION H,* AND TIIE iTE, OUR C O U NIC Y, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATUED Lines by a CondemuedLCritninal A'maiden oncc I chanced to know, With beauty supcrhumau; Her voice was gentle, soft and low- That " excellent thing in woman." The nal ev was pi and the other by ,, Rhett and others. They r utmost ingenuity and tinue such political iistie^ to prejudices, and to piecipr ition o/.affairs as will or consummate their objects. One w of these extremes takes the position that slavery im«t be extinguished—the other, that it mast become universal. Both are " 83 of the Constitution and Union. But they both4 !ay into each hand for the attainment of a com- nton end. One wants a. country that will try that Will make African slavery an institution universal within its limits* 111 " * .ufederacy, where some of Ihe abolished, slavery and othef_ "" ill maintain it wi{h their eir fortunes, both these wants , be gratified. The question between " "***' itself into...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 September 1859

' L:¡ ■*' m m •>®:- ZEN. h, baker IETO^S. e liad some pretty cool weather j>a?t of the week. The first of the wason visited us on last — had the ejfcct of keeping us short time. We also had storm, accompanied by a "■■■ ■■■ ■ - ¡¡m =52 m£Zm dswíí T. & J. Harbert ad ver a noble 6tock of goods, in New York, by T. C. Harbekt, and his well kuowft: in thisliue warrants us in saying that they M will be hard to beat." The ladies will, of eourse, find everthing that is* calculated to please them ; and the gentlemen can get all manner of what you call 'emy and all goods suited to tastes. Go and see l--— V - ' .■ - -J&r We-learn from, respectable authori- ty that in the East tlie people are genoraíly in favor of Gen. Houston's going back to the Senate. It would be easy for him to do that no doubt, but we apprehend he prefers being: Governor of Texas for thl present. When Gen. Houston goes back tb Washington, I will take lodgings in the White House. JST Improvement is still rife i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 September 1859

. ' ** . Wo will ateo keep on hand a general stock "of erchandise, consisting of Dry GuOds,CIothing, oots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Plantation Supplies, agging, Rope; etc;, all of which will be soli low for cash or approved paper, and we hope, by promptness and fair dealing, to rcceivc a liberal share of public patronage. 1 3m JENKINS & SHAW. Farm for Sale. rpHIU undersigned oilers tbr -sal bie-Cwnn on JL Harvey's Creek, containing Three Hundred and Eighty acres, all GOOD LAND, with good improvement,1 new frame dwelling, con- taining four rooms, good out-houses, negro cab- ins, stables, blacksmith shop, etc. Also a fine well of water, good spring, and a large pool of water in the enclosure. Purchaser can ateo buy my stock, consisting f Horse , Cattle aud Hogs. Also a fine stable «a. v3nlml J¿ A. McLEARY. ÍKIN8,. --Jr--t- rheums. ¡cholas Stomach Bitters f and effective -remedy for i tie symptoms oí1 HI ON! wl mmmmi A N D GOODS! ENT! AND WM2 •elves that as much orauly, elegance, durabil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 September 1859

¡Í%¡feK • •' P ■>. fP¡ PS8& « V- f • y.í 11 ——— EE, at Law, sáa&ajjEgSa . . . ÍAM. M. PENN18 COWlMSirs. * COLUMHU8, TEXAS, ship in the conn ties of ... Wharton,.Colorado, Austin, La- r an/1 Fort Bond. Special attention lion of debts,'arid adjustment : 'X. " -<-? r _ -| i¡¡*' office over Win. M. Bufcer'b 'W- ' Ha"- Counselor at Law, TEXAS. , J. PÜJNEY, / and Counselor at Law GÓLÜMBUS, TEXAS. ÉÉs JNO. H BOWERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D RUG CIST, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, AS Jiist Received from New York a large TEXAS. atXaw, " ;• and complete supply of BIBDICINB, Including,S00 ounces of Quinine, , and a large supply of all medicines here in use; also *. r 100 Kegs While Lead ; 50 Kegs Zink; 5 Barrels Linseed Oil; 3 Barrels Harness1 OÜ ; 1 Barrel Castor Oil; ALSO, at large supply of castor and sweet ail in bottles, with a complete assortment oí tÉSp#@ MtottiY/íg.s^aag-ga ALSQ, a full assortment of Liquors for 'Medical Purposes, warranted to be pura, including Fine ílfBnñte*, Fine Win...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1859

mm0. :|É¡|Í Í££jgPwsy E - at - • má " ■ ■ "1~~:- i^3 T - * '*• í*~' - /. V,..^ r^n- • WmíM: mm OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, T H B S 0 U T H, AN D THE UNION. ).mK COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Ü!. •Slory. 'erald contains the Sbort, in Ouches for EBB m Tt* ; informs us that be was en- it in Bamtara county, un^s- ' person or living .tiling very ragged part of lith an uncommonly _ by atsmonntíng frpm his obtained a position -whereby shot with bis rifle; but for other, the necwwary and of the shot was not Wtriiwinded, b^^not to enfeeble liis strength, but, oír while maddened ly desperate, and _ from his assailant made him. The distance between the bear was but a few the bear made at him w, f, there was nochiHwKrtor jwever. "three pistol itaretreat by i and busliy, i obstructions and i feet, thejrfuri- nth him. There r,fight, and that ting depended L mío raaeN sitúhtioú, put forth an sr mm, with ie beai is eyes; with ored to jam his gb his widely i But in this he The New Catechism, NOW GENERALLY I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1859

..A. II, BAKER 'HERS, 'RIETORS. , TEXAS: BÜ of pu bsdxt instead of Saturda suit the mails and o er, au<^ as their interest is re-agreeable. < • *. gfe.: et to learn that Mrs; mpting to; dcslroy an ant- d in town, was serioifcfy ift- piosion of powder. Town intOvher face, tftre. 3®? of Au&tsv —s , be fore Justice M^ckej*, on Monday last, re- i suited inthe acquittal of the Accused. *— — :' £w Oúr senior collected his "duds" (to life a teas more comprehensive than classic) * sand departed last Monday for M-ontgot to attend the Houston barbecue to come offthere to-day. He is accompanied by gentlemen who, we are confident, will see to his physical', mental and religious wel fare during his absence. Ye Cart AloftI As a general thing the '* midnight rev els'/ of the " fast b'hoys" of our town contain within themselves no other harm than what Gen. Cass would terra an im- mense amount of " noise and confusion"—- their oidg object being a variety of amuse- ment, without physic, ! i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1859

mSm. : •'■eg wm === .....■■$) 00 Xi-.k.. vv*v.,. 50 ,one year..;.10 00 .. ... froo ............ 4 00 ly, tme year.80 00 - - " " " 45 00 r 25 00 ites........... 5 00 ilar«f or communications of r personal character,will be charged , constitute a square. ««TBSCRIPTIOlt: ^ ' e year, in advancc. $3 00 eyearrnáid in six months 3 50 ^ in twelve mos... 4 00 advance.......12 50 , advance........20 00 advance....:35 00 to one address, for to secure oor ^iikrttounls. ATTENTION, GUARDS. rOÜ are commanded to meet in the town of Columbus on the second Saturday, (eighth day) of October, to parade. By order of the Captain : 3 W. J. HERBERT. G. T. Jamison, O. S. 3wncftd th« storm in Dallas on last Sun- t young lady approachcd the hearth for the f kindling the fire, when the lightning >«rn the chimney and killed her instantly, others in the toom who were not The lady was sixteen years of age. mi Late Rev. John N. says the New York r <J v*from the S*. Louis notice of Are death of voung t, iba y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1859

i: i* ' : **¿? 'Mm ü ¿y- '• '" * 'i ■professional. cartee, Counselor at Law, 4(BUS, TEXAS. ........6AM. M. DENNIS COLUMBUS, . & Counselor# at law, lARTON AND COLUMBU8, TEXAS, ao,tice in partnership in the counties of >ria, Wharton, Colorado, Austin, La- tte and Fort Bend. Special attention ectkm of jdcbts. and adjustment over Wm. life] VOLNHY ELLIS, 36 Jf4LLBTTSVILLE, TEXAS. k. j. putney, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. ■ fcpt masm W. J. darden, rney and Counselor at .COLUMBUS, TEXAS. M edward collier, jrl COLUMBUS, TEXAS. f. barnard, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COLUMBUS*TEXAS y B. B. WALKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hallettsville, Lm Vaca County, Texas. c. y. hutchinson, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. Office over Bfnm & Mayblum's old store * 17,1859 29 lyeiape richard y. cook, Attorney and Counselor at Law, i, COLLECTOR ANU LAN AGENT, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, "II/ILL jive strict attention to all business *T V entrusted to his care. tST Office north side the Public Square. 1 h. t. g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1859

VOLUME in. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Í UF, mkmirn | Moses that Cati carry bis country through FOII^EIICE. _ ^ o u ' m_ . % [ the Red Sea of Corruption that environs it. Col. Wilcox—Dear Sir: At an in- m IgLs ima recently held, the —ever trae to the union under the Constitution— unanimously resolved— of the brilliant Demo- achieved in Texas, we, at Montgomery county, proximo, a public dinner to "" L*1' distinguished t about tí advocacy of the National Democracy.'' committee do, there- in consideration of your services ten- " the cane of Democracy, and in of the citizens of Montgomery yon a most cordial invita- at and to participate in the ies of die occasion. We would , too, for you to make a speech occasion. Many other distinguish- _ hate been invited arid are expected to be present. . . Trulv yours, JOHN M. WADE,! _ L. G. CLEPPER, I f CHAS. JOKES, y i P. P. POUTER, I a THOS.GORCE, } f San Antonio, Sep. 6,1859. Gentlemen.: Amidst the corruptions that hive crept into ihe Democracy, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1859

\ TIZEN. .A. II. BAKER £BS, IE TORS. J. B. SAKBK ...BEN I.P.HAKER BAKtR. EDITORS AJÍD Thursday Evening, Sept. .22,1659' COIiüSBUS, TEXAS: $ our outside we publish the cor- rcspondieiice between Col. Wilcox, Gov. - Peas* and Gen. A. J. Hamilton, nod the Montgomery will be tire sentiment of the State. ue Committee, which >t, as it speaks out me of the leading men fet Our highly esteemed and g00^ looking friend, Thostas J. Porra, of Lcck- bart, paid us a short visit on yesterday. He repotts the people of Caldwell as being in a flourishing .condition. They have made corn enough to -do tltero; and the late rains hate increased the cotton pros- jteets wonderfully. Gen. BliiHJ.8T0N has signified his ing E. W. Cats, E*q., of Jté «■ fdare sorry to leam that Mr. while engaged, this week, in upon Mr. Glenn?s building, fell Ian T and the nights have been ap- cold enough for frost. Warmed up daring the that we welcome • WWii —- jar Mr. Thomas will remain in town time longer. To all desirous h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1859

........fl 00 • j • • '... 50 year.:. 40 00 i .. •« . • • • v ^ 00 P ,V: . 4 «Ó Iredoma, changed quarterly, one yéár. 80 00 ' " ' " " * 45*00' ...35 00 .of Candidates...... 5 00 Circulóle, or communications of 1 character, will be charged 6ÍT Ten linee or leu. constitute a square. SVBSCÜPTlOil: r,In advance ...$3 00 icc.^H six months.... 3 50 twelve mos. ..400 year, in advance .12 50 in advance 30 00 in advance.....35 60 be nnt to one adAtn. w made up,in order to secure oar -tiRfTfiSdÜMIBtICE. Washington, Sept. 13.—Advices from Vera Cruz stale that the French Minister St the city of, Mexico, has obtained the. the French claim against the " "" " _ to to jnvesf in private with Mtramon M matter. ¡I 13.—Ilia New York i thai $4 total re- cotton crop of 1858, at all United States, amount to is an excess over i year of 323,626 crop for the year is set |7,000 bales. The total ex year amount to 3,020,519 ih 2,019,252 were shipped to, [ tíie remainder to the cpnti of Europe, showing an increa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1859

an OLUMBtm T, - - -m tltoítts ^Ííirtrtisentenfs. "i'f. ISAAC K. DESK ,......... .8AM. M. DEHKIS WHARTON. COLUMBUS. DENNip fr DENNIS, Attorneys St Counselors at Law, WHARTON AND COLUMBUS, TEXAS, TXT ÜLLpruetiee Id partnership in the counties of y T Bntoria, Wharton, Colorado, Austin, La- vaca, Fayette and Fort Bend.. Special attention r given to die collection of debts, and adjustment of claims. QgT Sam Dennis* officc oyer Wm. M. Baker's store. „ Jg VOLNEY ELLIS, Attorney and Counselor at Law, 36 HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS. R. J. PUTNEY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, 19 COLUMBUS, TEXAS. w. j. Garden, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COLUMBUS, "TEXA S. EDWARD COLLIER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Sjl COLUMBUS, TEXAS. . F. BARNARD, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COLUMBUS, TEXAS B. B, WAÍKER, — EY AT LAW, Vacs County, Texas. m % w G. Y. HUTCHINSON, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. lee over Blum A Mayblum's old store i47,1859 29 lyeiape RD V. COOK, lor at Law, D AGENT, WILL giv...

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

. U T iÜ, THE UNION. TAT ygáMNfcr ■•■ A 1 «StElSiJi •* v- U ||pf|§?%? 1Ü , •^awg, 2" *v-' LUMBUS • ■ - ~~ FaiSmifs, Sep."5,185&. Yoúf notMf this date, en- ifta Houston Republic my attention to it, ^lthe^ oarer ©T n is what it has ly and to good - faith on the ■■■■■ the party, as _get forth in the National Democratic Convention at Cincinnati and in tho State Democratic Convention, at. Houston. Jn . the late- election HMIHI gress, in this District, I majutafnetf TBe principies of the party* throughout the contest, and felt it my dnty as § Democrat to vote for Runnels, Lubbock and White, who were ^« nominees of the State Dem- ooratio Convention* Having verted for ... should m unite with other in celebrating the victory — - - - - -• ---■ • ~ f <such oOhem as with aR r-B ite in the cele it " this move- o have reference f ja new. Democratic t, whether this view rir-not, by one in tjnwfc frafight to. arrest serious re- [with refer- pitas* rom It. ,asj ¿that re-organi- as necesa- the...

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

SMS ; ; > % m :....SBK. M. BAKER. . ...A. B. BAKER BROTHERS and ] fw-. •1 )ning, Sépt 29,1859. lis issue of our paper lias been rhat delayed beyond the regular wing " tó a press of job work." j^r The Galveston, papers reports no bellow fever as having occur! ed in that fm r*; 'M'- .•. ^-yr- *Ve learn that at the West Bernard wherecotton and goods are received there ware-house or other means to protect ora the Weather. It is proper e should know this, so they majr< avoid' any detriment* which might accrue from such a state of thing?. to notice Mr. Alex. week, but will do so now, by remarking that he has a good and varied - assortment of Family and Fancy Groceries, which he is offering to the public on moderate terms. Jpy W. B. Roever's advertisement ap peared last week, llis varied and elegant stock merchandise cannot fail to attract the attention the buyer. A son of Mr. Obenhoube, of this county, w*s killed by lightning, a few days ago, near the railroad depot at Eagle Lake. T...

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

•V 'í' - - :Sik mo; du. .............$1 00 ............ 50 oñe^yeSr.V. .10 -00 6 00 400 terlv, one year.80 00 , .«v f 45 00 ... .. .. .25 00 ¡5 00 ill be cft&rgec tasquare. ft.:.....$3 00 t months..... 3 ,50 tinos. ..'4 00 , ,T '■iulv'iiiiciiA'iv.J. 12^50 I on* year, in advance......, .20 00 " s, one year,in advance.... .35 00 i mast be sent to one address, ' , In order to secure oar : _Tj mMs ..dkalsrs ih.. .«a *. S COLUMBUS, TEXAS, m -pY Alfred G. Andrews, of Whartona/W^ X> ceonty, one blue, dun, greyish horse jLJ-E- —'Seven or eigbtyears old, and branded witha Y or JY; connected together. 5 Xotice. of administratioh on the estate of Henry Oldmann, deceased, #ere granted to the undersigned by the County Court of Colo- rado county at the July Term, A. D. 1859. All persons holding claims against said estate are notified to present them as-the law directs. Sept 17, A D 1859 JACOB* HAHN, 5w6cip Adm'r. of H. Oldmann, dee'd. AUCTIO N! J . . . —Í "tpiElNG under the necessity of qu...

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

rofessiottal. ' > * ."/si*- ~J¡. 5 • -\v , ¿gagSKUKv PÉS1 i SIE . B. CAETER, y Hid Counselor at law; CQLUMBÜS, TEXAS. " ■ " ^ 7 " exit IS, , ,8AM. M. DENNIS ^ COLU-HBUS. wins §• rs & Counselors at law, WUAIIT9S AND COLOMBO , TEXAS, ^ racticein partnereíiipin the coUntics of oris. Wharton, Colorado. Austin, La- V c*?,P*r :tte and Fort Bend. Special attention given to the collection of debts, and adjustment "'pgrStttn Dennis' office oveí Wui. M. Baker's _ _ Jfe; " " " "' ~ In jp vqlney" ellis, Attorney and Cpnnselor at law, 36- «ALETTSVILLÉ', TÉXAS. E_ J.PÜTNEY,* nd Counselor at Law, UMBUS, TEXAS. d arden, Attorney and Counselor-at Law, COLÜMBUS, TÉ XAS. JNO. H. BOWERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D RUCG 1ST, columbus, texas, HAS Just Received from New York large aud cotnplele.sopply óf MK1>I OX3KT-3D, Including 5üü ounces of Quinine, and a iaige supply of all jnicdicipei here in use; also 100 Kegs White Lead ; 50 Kegs Ziiik ;* 5 Barrels Linseed Oil; 3 Barrels Harness Oil} . 1 Barr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 October 1859

«fcawrwtv* state, OUR county, our Unrequited Love. , ■■ ■, ' ■ mm mm w- p- *JP? im SSps— SOUTH, AND IB • the union. : ''mjS AV- - " fV.v^T" r .-V *' AY, OCTOBER 0, 1859. NUMBER 6. óf them ' V a -/ : ,.,-8ft8 the story, there- Lotooio a family by the ting to Texas from nous to the revo* her gone through all the rtcr that'stofmy period^ and imation, conceded to be the tlld Wftfj .arose, fear and hatred at West, rushed tatelv from the room. , « What do yqu intend to do with him ?" askeda pompous, portly individua!, com- ing tip an<L laying his hand familiarly on the shoulder of West. " S«nd him to h—-11!" was the-instant reply, and the large man shrunk back into the crowd, for-Ull knew the character of West, and none cared to arouse him. Without a word to any one he left the room, and in a moment the furious beat, of his horse's hoofs told that the avenger was on the track of his victim. For miles and miles the prairies stretched out like an un- dulating sea, terminating its waves o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 October 1859

SI fey. ' %"V m wSM . L .;- V_. :> . • l¿.:....:^Bír. M. BAKER.. • . -A. H« BAKER :r & brothers, AND 'PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Evening) Oct. 6, 1859. The Colorado Guards will parade in Oolurobas on the second Saturday (8 th proximo) of November, in full dress uni- form. A foil attendance is desired. trSee list of letters in to day's paper. The mast this year trill not be ad as last. The pecan trees bare little the frait on them. Squirrels are abundant in tuts ; region, and out citizens have fine sport in kifHngthem. John H. Reagan's Letter, m Judge Reagan has found it necessary to fill two column* of a newspaper in stating Vs reasons for not participating in the Sam Houston barbecue at Montgomery. We doubt not that if the Judge bad failed to express his sentiments fully on such an occasion the Ship of State would have been wrecked for the want of a political chart. We are only amazed to think after such a display of political acumen, and his positive refusal to eat a bit...

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