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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 January 1860

m (iva: i ; -i . «. ...... .$1 00 . .......••■• v 50 roM. year. ¿V.tO 00 •. .6 00 i. •■••.. ••«••«* 4^K| .ose year.80 <MK "•' « 45 00 ............. i....25 00 Jhlates. ... 5 00 , or communications of iter, will bo charged íeM.eoiwtítutc a square. [PTIOM: jjg. .f* 00 in nix months.... 3 50 I intwelvc mos... 4 00 ; in advance.......12 50 , in advance .20 00 ranee.....35 00 to atoe address, in order to secure onr Caniüratfs. NTT CLERK. to announce J A M ES o for Coun ty E=J! agar ven ti on. It approved the course pursued by President Buchanan during -his admin istration, and recommended Mr. James Guthrie to thé Charleston Convention as a suitable candidate for the Presidency. The Pembertou Mill Calamity. Lawrence, Mass., Jan. 11.—The walls of the Pemberton Mills, in this city, gave, way and instantly fell at about 5 o'clock yesterday evening, while all the vast ma- chinery of the mill was in operation, and its six hundred operatives busily engaged in their various departments. The, ...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 January 1860

V mm % W mW : IP *M Philadelphia ami Pittsburgh a new stock? of .Medicines, Glassware, Queens- Ac.. all of the ln;st quality. Medicines Itt'qth' fres!i arid genuine, all of which wH * Uj>on tha-mdit reasonable terms. * CHARLES KESLER. ¿□«NT roa na. j. ji bakkr's ' A U- D V i p i l Is ! April 9 '¿hi 32 tf TOWN PROPERTY .T O a fi AI .rt! I TpitE VACANT LOT uf ground an the JL St ¿nth WVHt ci.rncr «>f the public fqunre, in •I:? town of Cohmilui>, adjoining Mr. Thomas 4 \íi fill's u*w s!ore, and the more occupied by Meí*rs. X'olfs* &. OukiN; also, tlic ground and «w&klkify b ii!ii¡uíf I hereon, on the East aido of ; Said pulAic f<jm«rc. at present occupied by Mr Lev y sou : also, one and one-half lot 8 in said town, and t-upruvcMieiits thereon, at present occupied by Mr. Beverly Licy, Micar Mr.Wiudrow's dwclUug. house ; also, "tbe one undivided half o the V Teaa* Hotel,'V op osite AVm. B. Rnever's store; also ihc Ephrann \Va!Í|r place, adjoining Mrs. Cox's and Mr. ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 March 1860

COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDA.Y, MAKCH 24, 1860. without lay tbe of tiiMe ceremonies, here terminated as, Tfce Game Dinner. We heard an amazing story the other >f of a novel feast, that we don't recol- ólo have ever seen in print. It Í3 too good to be lost and although it will cer- tainly lose in our telling, we may succeed in giving tíé point: Shortly after the war with Great Britain, anaristocraiic English géntleman built a The residence in the vicinity of Fort George, on the Niagara frontier, and in accordanca with the old cqpntry idea of exclusiveness, tie enclosed hi* ground with a tight fence. rr " i • J iíLí __ -1.1 T i:,U nila. that for* tatué I iland m ves of alltbe fellow-ci Bffew the noble Pó- •Ojrell, >n- II ► stataoto the immortal of the Father of his Country! u] I perform this act of pious , nut in the «ame el the people of tfce Nortír, «r tfct South, or the East, or * — the name of those who the «atáis of the Atlantic or bat in the name of the whole people of the Uni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 March 1860

BmHÍ mmr V ■iÉMBi HHP PP§¡ mm JZ SSéiÉiP':>: :«:'■ i&pi CITIZEN. ^fr* G: .......... ®1 00 i 50 «j one year... .10 00 ■ • • •". 6 00 ...Í .,......,^.'4 UO in, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 ** .. - ♦* " is «• . <* 45 00 eolumri.. ......25 00 incemenl of Candidates. 5 00 r Political Circulare, or communications of l«hara*ter, wAl be .chargéd ^ "■■+ (gj- Ten lines or less, constitute a square. 9VBSCIUPTXÓ1I: One copy one year, in advance.... . .$3 00 Om ebpy one yew, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy, one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance. 152 50 TftW eopiea, one year, in advance. 20 00 jhob, one year, in advance... . .35 00 Lfl eopicsmust be sent, to one address, tip, in order to secure our fates. a Club iif> " " m ¡sat*,® - a ■*• • £17*1: -"v-i FOR COUNTY CLERK: ' OT We are authorized to announce'JAMES H. BULLINGTON as a candidate for County Clerk at the ensuing August elation. O" We are authorized to announce James JJ. JENKINS as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 March 1860

-mm WmWs, IN. «i. ttakf.r V. r. ÜAKEli ~WBL~ Morning, March 9A. SfliiSP^K RÉNg IliliNM TEXAS. J>*. fiK>-fc!ic« "i-'"; .- .« We take pleasure in «tating tlmt lih JaHe Bci^b, of Uot l6n, formerly asent of (lie Ametica.it Sunday School i¿*¿ m . -at r#i' Schools, in tlie Luthemn church, Sunday next'25tb March, at eleven o'clock. • ' JST See'advertisement of Messrs. Fotis k Oake*. These gentlemen are now re- ceiving 'heir new goods, purchased by.the senior member of the .firm in New \ork City Very' recently. Their advertisement supercedes the necessity of an extended ■ noticf." *g!sr Wm, B. Rceveu's new advertise- ment appears iu to-day's Citizen. His , goodsi of which he has a great variety were' purebased Jn New York by an ex- perienced person, and are well adapted to this mafket. jar Attention is called to the advertise- ment. of Brown's -Double Cylinder Cotton Gin, for sale by M. Qeiir, Eagle Lake. Many testimonials as lo the excellency of this machine might be given, but it *i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 March 1860

Mm ¡Sfaí «s *■ fl^SSaKss MEDICAL CARDS, ETC .^ crchant^ÉI(|t?; will keejT en baud, a frood Florida, Cateaste*'atjd Texas Y el din e ,Fe«cinc. a njá otbar Rough s *d Flex Hie, Ceiliug and' Weathei ie "Cypres^ Lumber' aud Shingles. - *nits Fiiie. Pufehes, Kinds, l)o<jrs>, Laths, etc Orders filled atibo Yard and Mill In Harrisburg. Also at the Yard and Sásb Faetones in Galves tíiá. at the lowest rates. 23 brp jsiTE tnis íannín u«use. houston wm TEXAS. Aj "jnañnfuéturc to -order Monuments, 1'omlts. U'-ad and Font. Stones, from the lT Italian -«wf A iner icán "J0 a rbte. «r/I Riill furñi«l 'Riantles-ard Building Marble ■*a r-4n bi' importt:d from ihe North. Letterings"*! Carviiig done in ¡be best slvie ILL continue the practice of medicine at T T J,¡s old stand in Columbus, and hopes, by strict attention to bis business, to iiierit tb^eu- tinucd approbation of his friends and tbe p ^-^olambus, January 4 1860 *8 y WM. O de GRAFFENRIED, DOCTOR OF ¡BÜDICI3ÍE) # 1 Columbus, Texas, TEND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 April 1860

OUR COUNTY, OUR STATEÍ, THE SOUTH, AN D THE i i VOLUME m COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL IC186O. NUMBER 30. ADV SEMENTS, _ Sastítote ir rutersvilib. ÍNE, MifcUry, modeled mífer West StudiesthprbufcMy open first Monday m Sep- itiSfie forty weeks. Uniform and [ at the Institute. All payments 43 Superintendent if Proprietor. Columbns Female Seminary. nr^tf É BrcMtt session of this institution com- X menced o the first Monday in January, and continue until Jutf. •••./ faculty: RILEY A. M • • • -P*lf4ClfAI- Miss JULIET C. COOKE J.. .Assistant, (in the Literary Department;) Mm MARY HASWELL,....MusicTeacher. terms per íéonth : Spelling. Reading, WriUng, Primary Ge- oeraphy mnd Menial Arithmetic...... .$2 OU Bullish Grammar, English Composition, aud Arithmetic-. • •v.-•••**• > _. History, Philosophy, English Composition, 4 00 Natural Science, Mathematics and Lan- ^ ^ Pupils charged firum the time ol entrance to the dose of the session, and no deduction mjde except for protracted sickncs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 April 1860

Ü • i - 5 . , • "A. • S'j£i-: ? '■* as •>w THE CITIZEN. j d baker. ben. m. b¿*er.....á. it. bakbk J. . RAIÍLK & B«-OTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, April 14, *60. Ctif íoustitutionanillíjf (ilnioii. FOR PRGS1DGKT, GEN. SAM HOUSTON OF TEXAS. OL ' ,r^.: i r="' Fon St'evet( r.- IVTr Cosneli.t announce! himself as a candidato for Surveyor of tliis cout.ty. lie is one of flic brut surveyors n the county,* «Irái^it-forví'iirfl tcricf tor yntir.own.buF. incss kind of a nian. íí<f would nover leave tbc. duties of llic office unfulfilled. He wi'l receive a large number of votes. Agricultural Society. There wilJ be a meeting of Che citizens of Colorado county, in the Court-house on text Monday, the 16ih inst., for the pur pose of... o<g>intz'ng the Colorado Agri cultural Society. All who feel an of the county aré requ Sermon on Univfrpausm.—The Rev. J. M. \ Connelly," tha Presbyterian Minister of thi.< place, will deliver a Sermon on " Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 April 1860

ob®: square, one insert* * .$>1 00 JBáftti Subsequent inse*«°H. 50 "*• v '* ' ■— —— year....10 00 6 00 4 00 linean Curds, one*9ua''e«one rai *« months.......... Fot three month* . .i...¿. - - - -- One column, ch ig«d quarterly, one year.80 00 *Half « r • •' " 45 00 •, Quarter coin** 25 00 Aftnoooceq^ntof Candidate .. 5 00 Pattieal Circulars, or comraanications of -# «private orpersonal character, will be charged a* advertisements. (Hr Tea lines or les*, constitute a square. $3 00 . 3 50 . 4 00 .12 50 ^SUBSCRIPTION: Oae copy one year, in advance... One copy one year, paid in six months.. One oopy one year, paid in twelve mos. five copies, one year, in advine®. Ten copies, one yw/io advance. 2<y¡0 Twenty copies*one year, in advance.. . .35 00 ' (ttr All copies must be sent to one address, «rlion a Club is made up, in order to secure our jt&e&kiktates. ^'írÍ< FOR COUNTY CLERK. O* We are authorised to announce J AWES H. BULLINGTON as a candidato for County Clerk at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 April 1860

* is • i Mr I S IJlisttllantous ¿Ubertisrments. Híiscálamons ^ibertiscmniti BERNARD AT HARRISBURO. Parsons efe Oo., (I). W. d HARRIS, AGENT.) I UMBER and Foi warding Merchants, Har. J ri^hnrg, Texas , will keep on hand a good assortment of.Florida, Calcasieu and Texas Yel- low Pine Building. Feneirg and other Rongh Lumber, Dics-cd ftwiring, Ceiling aud leather Boards, Sabine Cypress Lumber aud Shingles, Whit* Pine Vastus. B inds, Doors, Laths, etc. Orders filled at the Yard and Mill in Harrisb'urg. Also at Ihó Yard and Sash Factories in Galves- ton. at the lowest fates. 23 COMING!!! T. E. BYRNE'S MÍASELE YARD, OfflSlTS TUB FANNIN i10l'$E, HOUSTON ............ ... TEXAS. IlTÍl.!i maflfi'aPturc to order Monument--. * Y Tombs, ligad and foot Stones, from (he #k*t Ila'inn ami American Marble. lie will furnish Mantles and Building Marble as cheap asean b« imported from the Noith. - Li ttering and Carving done in the hest si vie u. w. allen . j.j 11kcou1 ALLEN & RECORD, jobbers in all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 May 1860

CUB *• COUNTY, (ytJÍÍ STATE, TK E SOüftí, A N D: THE UNIOS'- COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1860. 1 ADVERTISEMENTS. -4 * — FIC K & NOLAN, lf [MCCOMU TO J. nolan ] Steam Candy, ALB Dealemiri Wines, Liquors n and London PorteT, Scotch Ale , Tobáceo, Cigars, Fancy- Good a.*** 1 Instruments, etc.. etc.. etc , GALVESTON, TEXAS, S3 Market Street, Opposite P. O. J. Latham, D E A.L E R. IN fe NISttíÑO advertisement^. C|e Cms Ipitarri JnstituU AT RÜTERSVILLE. DISCIPLINE, Military, modeled after Wee Point. Course ff Studies: thoroughly collegiate. Sessions open fir*t Monday in Sep- tember and continue fortv_ weeks. Uniform and hookr to be bad at the Institute. All payments ift adrante, strictly Address. Col. C. G. FORSHEY, 43 Superintendent if" Proprietor. DEY GOODS, p, Houston, Texas. EIWABD RIORDAN. ro mud BealEstate Broker, CONORES8 8T^ HOUSTON, TEXAS', n IV E bia personal attention to tbe safe and (j purchase af Negroes and Real Estate. Raving a large acquaintance in __ the interio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 May 1860

:v",' y;' :.j-i fRIETOBS. May 5,1860. mmx FOB gen: PRESIDENT am ■■■■ TEXAS. ■■mj.,, -.-f, «ídB? here on >Kb. W.^SikiTh presiding. The Bombar of «j$ntipaed eases was fifty-two; ap pearaace, fifty—making one hundred attd two - a smalt ducket for Ibis court. Judge Smith hiving been counrel, the venue was changed in fifteen cases to Lavaca county. The moat important case yet before the Court was that of the State of Texas t*. Jojiu Law son, alias S. M. Brown, alia* J. Green, on a charge of having stolen $31,758 40 from the' Bank of the State of Georgia, at Savannah; Mr. Lawson (for this. is his real name) was ar rented at Richmond through the instrumentality oí J." 3. Sullivan, Esq., tried before M. B. Wil liamson. Magistrate, and committed. Mr. Mar tin the Sheriff of Fort Bfend county, found 00 apon the person of Lawaon. Law. stried here on a writ of habeus qorpus ¡barged: but another charge was iuimc sly brought agiirtst him for forgery. Mr W. Cumming, asfistaat cashier of the Bank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 May 1860

M m. ffV- péper at • Mi • • V -00 50 isquare,one year....10 00 SSS erly, one year.80 00 « «-' «« 45 00 .... .25 00 ites........... 5 00 47 communications of •, will be charged constitute a souare. ti oo paid iiv nix months.... 3 50 * * in twelve moa... 4 00 td^iqee..... . .12 50 r, in advance 20 00 one year, in advance 35 00 mnat be sent to one address, op, in order to 'secure oar rates. COUNTY CLERK. JX Wc nrc autherized to announce JAMES >1. IKJLLINGTON as a candidato for County Clerk at the ensuing August election. s authorized to announce JAMES m a candidate for Couuty Clerk election. to announce 6sorge as a candidate for County August eleeUun. E^d to announce JOHN MAC KEY asi candidate for Qwinty CJerk at ^ theensning August electron/'. FOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR ~ We are authorócd to announce WM. S. CHERRY as a candidate for Assessor awl Col lector at the onsuinf August election. fjT We arc authorized to announce ROBERT H. CARTER as « candidate for Assessor and CoRcc^or at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 May 1860

tSi- feÉ í%' *t¡¡ ':".•W-'J ■ *¿- iptflta * ffliscellaneotts ^tertismwta. Jpscriteop ^Jtatisments. • • • • •" ■ —-• MEDICAL CARDS, ETC. mmxu. : «> • WF£H HER WITCHERY OF WARBLING BIRDS 41 . . MEANDERING BROOKLETS, GREETS US ONCE MORE. . > • • " • • C* HE clothed with a beautifni gnrh of mairr O andvariegafed colors, and h r Drapery f- fords a rich and enchanting appearance to the «y«[ of tlx beholder, l i unison with the elo gance and beauty of Natnre's bright attire, and to keep puce with the progresa of the age, XEWSOM, LACE Y Sl CO. gnat care, and with strict s of the people of Cvlurtdu LUMBER YARD AT HARRIS BURG. Parsons cfe Oo., (D. W. C. IIARRIS, AOKNT.) LUMBER and Forwarding Merchants, Har. riehurg, Texas, will keep on hand a good assortment of Florida, Calcasieu and Texas Yel- low £ine Building; Fencing and other Rough Lumber, Dies<ed Flooring, Ceilini; md Weattiei Boards, Sabine Cypress Lumber and Slimglcs, Whiti Pine Pushes, B'intls, Door* Lstlw Orders filled at I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 May 1860

* - g*srfw$ • • , :V-';.>,. m- I?#**- • Wmr¿m '^fÍ0tásssss=s== mám fryfsfe^jS :_ ■% •VOLUME III. T1SEM ENTS. C|t C«as!P¡íitar| Institute RUTERS VIL LE. _, modeled after Wes Stu diet: thoroughly first Monday in Sep- weeks. UnifornLand te. All payments PdM- C*mr* 'FORSHEY, t & Propriety fins Monday in January, * wlby, am....Principau Mm JULIET C. COOKE ... Assistant, Mm . ..MusicTcaceer. mnrit month: Spellmf , Reading, Writing, Primary Ge- ography and Mental Arithmetic $2 00 Eurinfa Grammar, English GBmposition, . - Arithmetic. 3 00 Philosophy, English Composition, 4 00 8citnce, Mathematics and Lan- 5 00 _ charged from the time ot entrance T of the session, and no deduction except for protracted sickncss. , arder of the Board of Trastees; JO,* 60 50tf ALKX. FOLTS, See. COLORADO COLLEGEV THE next session of this Institution will '_cummenee on the 3d Monday of January f ac vlti: Sax. J.J. LOOaiS ........Principal; Ma. 8. WELLS. Attiaiant; ■ ■ '■ t i' Prof. Language* TBXM8PER MO S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 May 1860

mm Wm >■ if en. m. baku. . .. .a.h. uku KEft A BROTHERS, 9 AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXASr , May 12, I860. Br . x.u e PRESIDE it T OF TEXAS I'?;. ^ • Por Comptroller, GEORGE W. SHYTHE, For State Treasurer* GUSTATE SCHLEICHER, OP BEXAR. 3L'I Notice. There will be a meeting of the Board of Ti twtee* of Colorado College, in the Lu* tberan Church, on next Monday evening, Ntbe 14th inst., at candle-lighting, to hear j Imports of Committees, credit accounts, fill vacancies, make arrangements for the close of the session, «fee. A full attend unce is desired. C. W. TAIT, CaV. J. J. ScnERsa, Secretary. jaf See card of T. Ckitch ley & Co., successor to J. F. Jenkins in the receiving and forwarding business at Eagle Lake, Texas. £3T We invite the attention of our planters and farmers to Brown's Doable Cylinder Cotton Gins, warranted to run ' lighter, pick faster, and make a better sample than any other gin in the State. Mr. Qois, the Agent, at Eagle Lake, in- vites attfent ion to thes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 May 1860

CITIZEN. ADVERTISING: • " r «i oo insertion............. 50 i, one square, one year... .10 00 a.. 6 00 ,-jttá., 4 0 i, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 « « 45 00 Quarteteolomn. 25 00 * Anmmncement of Candidates 5 00 -* fcr Political Circulars,-or communications of i «r personal character, will be charged -•menta. lines or lee*. constitute a square. _ SUBSCKIITIOH í seopy on*year,'in advance... ... . . .$3 00 py one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 ^ i y one year, paid in twelve mós... 4 ürt «vecopies, one year, in advance .IS 50 I, one year, iu advance........20 00 , oireyear, in advance.... .35 00 -rice must be sent to one address, i is made ap, in order to sccure our £g «ra1 Glab rales. atiliktfs. A f FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce JAMF.S - - "ÍGTON as a candidate for County t_Ü e ensuing August election. authorized to announce JAMES candidate for County Clerk J election'; announce GEORGE indidate for County election Si to aiinounce JOHN te for County Clerk at W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 May 1860

WT? • £~>f' i as ^tertisanentí. H #■• -í v<s' |i; ím tM gp 3L\ WfcTH 1IER WITCHERY OF BÜBAHB mwm, HER WARBLING BIRDS iff 0 MEANDERING BROOKLETS, GREETS US ONCE MORE. HE ie elotbcd with a Leant ifui garb of manjr and rnkfated colora, and her Drapery sf- a rich sud enchanting appearance to the qf the beholder. 11 unison with tlie ele- gitnee aud bfeauty of Nature's bright attire* and H% keep pace vrith the. progress of the age, mewsom, LACEY & Co. Have purchased with great eare, and, with strict fegard tii the wittti of the people of . Colorado mub'.j and vicinity a fegBBnf: ?, -A Largci StOok or STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Of die latest and moat faahionable styles and extensive variety. eSS97!L3IQll!rS ©¡L®?™® BATS, CAPS, BOOTS <k SB OES, Pants, Vests, Coats, and in abort every article appertaining to a Gentleman's Toilet. In. the Ladies1 Department, our Mr. Newsom has dis> .played great teste in selecting Ladiea* Dress Goods, Of the latest fashions, and finest texture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 May 1860

fe *>%, *'■ '¿£1 '•■■ -** :%.-' I p „.:■':gf I ' V v $.+ 5 fl - >;>•". - -• V "r ;.-, •; .v * .. # .• &^§Wp¿ii== ' rJwpB^r^a ¡SoS ■Á— t-: .f|t OUR COUNTY, OUR ST-ATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1860. The Flower Girl. The Baltimore Ration ill, Union CGxWENTI ON! ERTISEM ENTS. iUtarj institute RUTERSVILLE. # t E, Military, modeled after Wes Course •/ Studies: thoroughly open - first Monday in Sep. forty .weeks. Uniform and the instílate. All payments etly- Address. Col, C. G. FORSHETCj Superintendent if- proprietor. ion of thi^fl^'iUi^i^n" com- tho first Monday in Jtnuary, I July. - V- •-•-• - — ' •- • >i riCfllf Tf , A. M.. .Psmcipai. JULIET C. GOOKE,........ Assisíant, (in the Literary Department;) Hw MARY HARWELL,... .MratcTeacher. V • TKB,MS Kl MONTH '. r, Reading, Writing, Primary Gc- and Mental Arithmetic.. $2 00 gar, English Composition, ^tad Arithmetic. 3 00 ffietory. Philosophy, English Composition, 4 00 Matiwal Science, Mathe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 May 1860

Sk?- ÜÉ ).i.iuh..l...uii.k. barer.. . . .a. ii. barer J.D.BAKER A BROTHERS, KWTORS AND PROPR IÉTORS. ■ A"'- JL I' i ' * g=g COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, May 26.1860. I ll 8 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. SAM H0USÍ0N OF TEXA For CotiÉfft er, GEORGE Wf SMYTHE, 07 JASPER. J\3T There is a protracted meeting in progress at the Baptist church, under the ebsrge of Reír. Mr. Bti^vo. We poblish a letter to day from tSe Hon. O. Schleicher in which he de clines to become a candidate for State Tnaaarer. We regret. very mnch that eiroomstances are such that Mr. S. cannot respond to the wishes of his numerous friends. jty We bare in our office the foo.h of what Was probably a mastodon, judging from its sise and weight. It was dug up by Uie gentlemen who are delving after concrete material, some twenty-fire feet beloir the surface of the earth. The tooth weighs a pound and three ounces. crops are looking well, but we want rain pretty badly. begin s- tar We bare been pleased with the reception of DeBow'...

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