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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 May 1860

insertion...... m mmI ■■■■Ü • • m¿a ; sm M • iv-v ■ ,Wh-?> •• I í . V p > 1 f mm&i W&-'- igwg >.V I# ' ?*a ...10 00 .V. 6 00 quarterly, one year.80 00 • ,'•• *« 45 00 25 00 Vf Candidate . ...-. 5 00 Ch*nlatS, or communications of character, will be charged Unes or lca4. constitute a square. SCBSCKIPTIOJi: ! year, in advance S3 00 year, paid in six months.... 3 50 >/me «car, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 year, in 90 .jwar, iu advance ..20 Ofr one year, in advance 35 00 . tfinst be sent to one address, i made up, in order to secure our '¡rates. Canfcitatcs. ^ G&V& TY CLERK. tJ* We are authorized to announce JAM ES H. MLLlNGfON as a candidate for County Clerk at the ensuing Angust election. . W;;-V- ,'•"■■¿.'S1 ■« WW awt nothorixed to announce JAMES ™ A candidate for County Clerk I election. in announce QEORGE Mm « candidate for County " * - August election. IT We are authorized to- announce JOHN MAC KEY a a candidate for County Clerk at the ensaing August ejec...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 May 1860

ISi MS .w'< • ■ '••• * £*• •: ¿ , • - " ~ V :I *'t-% *wl !®sj "mi mf^"- K---: „ V. ::' MEDICAL CARDS, Ere. IjUfonn fíjnstráus. .IS. J. F. & R. Á. HICKS having asso- cialed themselves together in the practice of Medicine and its collafcial branches, respect- folty «ffer their professional service* to the citi- zens oí Columbus, vicinity and the public gen crally. They hope, by close application to business and prompt attention to all cases, to merit a reasonable share of_ patronage. Thev claim to treat distase upon rationiil and scientific principles, Selecting such remedies as act in harmony with the laws of Iif>*. Office over Messrs. Fulls & Oukcs store, 30 Dr. T. W. Harris WILL continue the practice of medicine tit his old stand in Colnmbtig, and hopes, by strict attention to his business, to merit I lie. con- tinued approbation of his friends and the public generally. Columbus, January 4 1860 18 y Wm. G. de GR AFFKNIII ED, DOCTOR OF MEDICINE, (Toli'sibus, Texas, TEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 May 1860

j i||; >'¿É& m -,**••«• % mmFM ítvvy-fl & Bros.,] Wednesday Evening, May 30,1860 §6 TIÍE CITIZEN. #pr VI C TORY. enthusiastic GATHERING !> Bebuked ! OLD v % A * ■s - COLORADO SUSTAINS f t houston .Üio world's gl:*,*ri&g galaxy of Empires, mid capable of treating with the nation* of tbe earth upon terms of equality and Uon .or! Tliey have said that; they d« not wish to withdraw from the North, soon to be- held in the new Confefleracy'atiotber Niortb and another South. They do not wish .to 830 California seceding to herielf- and erect- ing a Republic of ber own, bo'r Texas, tbeir own beloved State, taking a similar coursi They would preseive our national glory undivided and untarnished.' But some will say that Vé"y éld all our lights and submit to be trampled upon by lha illa. resurrect tho buried name of Whiggery in auather; and Black Republicanism, the strychnine of the infernal heterogeneous combination, in another! In .God's name is .it not time for the People to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 May 1860

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 June 1860

me I Frum Wtdneidi;'! Extra. VICTO B Y. ■z GATHERING ! Rebuked ! OIA COLORADO SUSTAINS ft REOOMMENDEJ) DANIEL S. DICKINSON, OT NEW YORK, FOR THE VICE - PRESIDENCY!!! Tlie BQl«erj9. The great mating of the citixeus, trre i|i«ctin of party, on Monilnj, the 28tli ins .. «as the Urgest and most enthusiastic political gathering we hare ever had tlw* picare of attending in old Co!oindo. It wa the voice < f the people speakitlg in fheir msjesty ; the thundering* of a people hitfhlv excited «ijvMi the great, all-absorbing question «f tbe ÜNrow of the States. Wf ««kM the proceedings of the meeting with the deepest interest as it progressed and at length when the minority and wajotHy report* wore prwot^d to the p«*nple to be roted upon, we trembled for the principle# that might he adapted although wt> knew pretty ««II how ths people stood The mera preseoce of resolutions calling for the endorsement of the seceding dele- gates of the Charleston Convention «a« «nJKeient to create fears in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 June 1860

\s % $ gr - ■■■* I 1 Iff; if CITIZEN. iun A If O PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, Saturday Morning, Jnne 2,1860. TBS POR PRESIDEffT, GEN. SAM HOUSTON, OP TEXAS. m For Cwpaptrwller, GEORGE W. SMYTHE, OP JASPER. |y BEI OTAL.jfl NextTweek oorjoffije msybefound in (hi building opposite tbi Old Texas Hotel, where we shall be happy to «ee oar friend and tboee who may Lappen to owe at small amounts. Tboee food saturad gen- tlemen, recognised a* our creditora, will please call at tbe old stand. ggr Tbe nomination of Senator Bill by tbe Baltimore Convention seems to meet with little response or favor in any of tbe States. He oertáinly is not the man for " the times." He may be a man of sound mind, well read, and may make some pretentions to statesmanship; but we cannot see the least claim he has upon the people of these United States for their suffrages in a capacity to make him their President. However, BcLl is a " dead cock in the pit," and his running. wiR only serve to increase Houston's majority,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 June 1860

m '■ i1*. = rZEN- Uliscálatieoas ^itotismrats. }•••>•••<•$] 00 - ■ a,,. •:'* • '*,.••• *> 50 i Cards, on*square,one year.*,.10 00 f rfk' lAoithif • %«V . ««••••••■• •( 6 00 t iMDtiWt • * . • ^ <•••• ■ 4 110 , changed quarterly, one yeat.80 00 u 45 oo ■ column..... ..'.v.-. .......... .25 00 , of Candidatee.. ......... 5 00 tpulitieal Circulars^ or communications of i or personal character, will be charged Ten linea or len. éon«titüte a square. SUBSCMIPTKON: * One copy one year, in advance.. . $3 00 1 - Om copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mo ... 4 00 Five copies* one year, in advance 12 50 Tsneopiee, one year, in advance 20 00 jhrmt* copies, one year, in advance 35 00 frt-All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club mads op, in order to secure oar paper at the Cleb rates. W €raiti^!Í;áiiH>atrs. ——— . FOR COCftTY CLERK. D* We am authorised to announce JAMES M- BOLUNGTOWas a candidate for County Clerk at the ensuing Augu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 June 1860

• 'S> ■m é v. 'mmrnrnummmm S^Ktltaunms fjtiijtrtistnienta. MEDICAL CARDS, ora l^pciaus. _ aRS. S. F.4E. A. HICK3 having tarn 1 J ciated themselves together In tf.t practice of Medicina and it* collate! *1 branches, reapcct- fall? offer their professional services to the citi. KM ef CoHimbiu, vicinity and the public gen era ly. They -hope, by close application to bubiiiess and prompt attention to atl cases, to merit a reasonable share of patronage. They elaim to treat disease np n rational and scientific rincipks, selecting *uch remedies as act in y With 'he laws of life, i over Mesara. Folts A Oakes atore. S(l T. W. Hatr . T171I.L continué the practice of medic:ne at f f his «Id stand in Columbus, and hopes, by Strict attention lo hi* busines , to merit tbn con- tinued, approbation ef bis friends and the public generally. Columbus. January 4 1660 IS y Wk. G. de GRAFFENBIED, OOCTOB or HEDICME, Cou'usin, Texas. RENDERS his services to the citizens of Col JL orado and adjoining conn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 June 1860

• 6 m \ \V- ** * * r- ENT8. ADVERTIS ()UB COUNTY^ OUR STATE, THE S O U T AND THE UNION. If COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, I860. NUMBER 37. ruf Js: ^E§t Cms Pilitarj Institute AT RUTERSVILLÉ DISCIPLINE, Military, modeled after Wei Point. Course of Studies: thoroughly collegiate. Sessions open first Monday m Sep- timber and continue forty week*. Uniform and books to ben&d at the Institute. All payments ia advance, strictly. A ddress. Col, C. G. FORSHEY, 43 Superintendent + Proprietor. 'Columbus .. TH E present session of this institution com- menced on the first Monday in January, Sftd continue until July. ricffttri P. RiLEYÍ A. H. Famcirat. Miss JULIET C. COOKE, Assistant, fin the Literary Department;) Mjss MARY HASWELL, Mcsic Teaches. TERMS PER MONTH : Spelling, Reading, Writing, Primary Go- ography and Mental Arithmetic.... ...^3 30 English Grammar, English Coin posit , _ and Arithmetic;.. 3 00 History, Philosophy, English Composition, 4.00 Hatural Science, Mathematics and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 June 1860

ü ' •. "i w¡$ THE CITIZEN. j. d. baker........ben. m. baksr a. h. baker J. D. BAKER ék BROTHERS, EDITO 1W3 AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, June 9,1860. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN.'SAM HOUSTON, OF TEXAS. For Comptroller, GEORGfe W. SMYTHE, +. , OF JASPER. The attention of our readers is called to the card of Hill & Smith, Boot and Shoe Makers, who have but recently located in our town. . Their thop is one door above the pitizen office, where speci- men work may be seen. For the first roasting ears we have hadthis season we are indebted- to our lady.friend, Mrs. M. I/Bostick. She has, several times, placed us under obliga tions for very palatable vegetables. t@r We could filf our paper and re-fiH it a dozen times with the proceedings of meetings, and extracts from papers thro'- out the Union, advocating the claims of Gen. Houston for the Presidency. fW The people once made a President by electing Gen. Jackson. Will not poli- ticians stand aside and allow th«m to choose...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 June 1860

4 '* ¿ÁDO CITIZEN. % . .. .$1 oo insert km............. 50 oner squire, one year... .10 00 ... 6 00 4 00 [ quarterly, one year.80 00 m " " « 45 00 . .25 00 iittrfCandidates 5 00 hil Circulars, or communications of Tot persohal character, will be chargcd amenta. i }ineB or less, constitute a square. SCHIPTION : í year, in advance. $3 00 ! year, paid in si* months... . 3 50 j year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 one year, in advance. 12 50 , copies, one year, in advance * *?9 55 watty eopiea, one year, in advance 35 00 A-H-.A11 Copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our piper at the Club rates. 1 tetit j CaitMtata. • for county clerk. rr We are authorised to announce JAMES H. BOLLINGTON as a candidate for County Clerk at tho ensuing August election. IT We a authorized to announce JAMES H* JENKINS as a candidate for County CI aA the enfuing August election. IT We are authorized to announce GEORGE W. BREEDING as a candidate for Coumy Clerk at.the ensu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 9 June 1860

S K I 1 q |$imlfiraflraá ^i)tjerlistm,nts. piscellaittons MEDICAL UAÚDS, ETC. Reform mans. DRá. J- F. & R, A. HU'KS having asso- ciüted themselves together in the practice of Medicine and its collateial branches, respect- fully offer their professional sprvices to the citi- aens of Columbus, vicinity and the public gen- erally. They hope, by close application to business and prompt attention to all cases, to merit a reasonable share of patronage. They claim to treat disease npr>n rational and scientific principles, selecting each remedies as act in harmony with the laws of lift*. Office over Messrs. Foils & Oak*1* «tore. SO Dr. T. "VS7"- Harris WILL continue the practice of medicno at. his old stand in Col 11 mints, and hopes, by atrict attention to his bnsiness, to merit tho con- tinued approbation of hia friend and the public generally. Columbus, January 4 1860 *° Y DBS. GOSS & BOWERS H AVE associated themselves for the purpose of practicing their profession in all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 June 1860

V-s " ?- '<%' - *# < .it ■ . r «Ik spé=ai OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, T-IIE SOUTH, AND TIIE UNION. VOLUME III. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1860. NUMBER 38 ADVERTISEMENTS. C|t Cms Pilitarg fnstitnte 4T RUTF.RSVILLE. DISCIPLINE, Military, -modeled after We Point. Course of Studies? thoroughly collegiate. ^Sessions open first Monday m Sep. tsinber and continue forty weeks. Uniform and books to ho had at the Instituía. All payments in advance, sUictly. Address. ♦ ♦ Col, C. tí. FORSHEY, ^ 43 Superintendent if Proprietor. Columbus Female Seminary. THE present session of this isfctitution com. raeneed on the first Monday in January, «ad continue until July. f a c a l t t t P. RILEY, A- M. Principal. Mia JULIET C, COOKE,....... .Assistant, (in the Literary Department;) Una MARY HAS WELL,.... Mcsic Tcicaia. TMtfSPKR MONTH! Spelling, Reading, AVriling, Primary Ge- ography and Mental Arithmetic .$9 60 English Grammar, English Composition, aud Arii lunetici....... -. S 00 History, Phil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 June 1860

Wm i •*% i- «& Mill KM. ■. UIHf..•*• B. **«! i.m BAKER & BROTHERS, EDJT0R8 ARJ> PROPRIETORS. ■ TV* — - ■ ==r= -COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, June 16, *00. TUB a n v FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. SAM OF TEXA6. ~ Far Comptroller, GEORGE W. SMYTHE, OF JASPER. EimiNafion. t Tin Mwiml of tha tlwm in tbe Columbus Female Seminary will take place on tbe 18th and 19tfa instant. On Tuesday evening there will be an address by W. S. Delaky, Esq. Patrons and friends are solicited to attend. P. Rilby, Principal. Revota t—The Citizen office lias been' removed to tbe building opposite tbe old Texas Hotel. gar See notice, iu another column, of dissolution of the co-partnership existing between Messrs. Bochaban & Eastrop, in tbe saddlery business. Mr. Kastrop may be found.at the old stand, ready to do all kinds of work in his liiM i ike lest style, and upon liberal terns* .# "■ In anotber eolwmn, tbe advertise' mept of Dr. X G. Log ük. may be seen. The Doctor infinms ua that be will soon ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 June 1860

vV ■"1 ■ ■ — Candidate fur County 'election. * to announce JAMES' idatefor County Clerk tbtüoii. . is- ÜI arts authsrizcd ta>nnounce GEORGE W. BREEDING as a candidate for County Clerk at the ensuing Augurtelection. Clark at the earning August electi ÍT Wa a*a authorised te announce JOHN MACIEY aa a candidate for County Clerk at the ensuing August election. FOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. |7 We an authorised to announce WM. S. CHERRY as a candidate for Aaseasor and Col lector at the enáminc Aogwrt election. \ IT We are authorized to announce ROBERT " ~TERasa candidate for Assessor and at the ensuing Auguat election. • tT We are authorized to announce HEN RY V. JOHNSON as a candidate for Assessor and Collector atibe ensuing August election. i 17 We are authorized to announce D. W, TURNER as a candidate for the office of As> and Collector. Election in August. 17 We are authorized to announce W,,AV WALKER u« candidate for Assaosbr and Col lector of this county. Election next August. 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 16 June 1860

PWiVVfc' ■■ MEDICAL CARDS, Ere. f-VRS. J. FV it R. A. HICKS Ivsvmg asso 1/ cíatMÍ themselves together in Ue practice sfejj > | | J *v ■ JBt Wljt- Tti<-y li j>E. by close application to b*¿sfíl¿8B and pro:npi attention to ail cases, to merit a .rsasoMWe 'share 'óf .patronee. , They claim to trust (tLst-a-Jt: up >n rational and scientific rinetptes. selecting such remedies as act iii Mtmwy with the laws of lift . Office Over Messrs. Folts & Oakcs store. 30 «3*. w. Harris riLL eonUiyi? the practice of me'die'rie at . . his old stand in Cplimibus, aod hopes, by Strict ettfention 4o hi* business, to merit tiré con- tinned approbation- of his fiiends aii<f the public geSeralty. Columbus, January 4 '1S631 ^ 1o Y I w % -r CSS. GOSS & BOWERS ■ WE associated tho'.uBclvcu fbrj.he purpose of practicing their profession in ail its branches. They may at s !l tubes be found at their Drug"Store,unless professionally engaged. January 29, I860 19 I y DR: E. T. GAZLEY, jpIIYSIcI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 June 1860

g|sÉ?-'-: ... -v^¿¿ /i: ^ r.: ■ mm*m~li¡m I ". r¿ *'• 1 ■*'' l-i W,j .I <|,3gfc *? -ife OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNI OH: TJME III. E RETIREMENTS. Che ÜTERSVILLE. COLÜMBDS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1860. '«r. T\ISCIPLINE, Military, modeled after Wcs I / Point' Cowrse >af ~Studies: thoroughly collegiate. Suffetorú open first Monday in Sep- tember and continue forty weeks. Uniform and books to be had at the . Institute. All paynieaU in advance, strictly* Address. CoirC. G. FORSHEY, 43 > Superintendent <f- Proprietor. "mtl W OolumbuB Female Seminary. THE present session of this institution com meuced on the first Monday in January, and continue until July. rfCBLTTt . P. RILEY, A. M...... Piuncipai.. ADVERTISEMENTS . , jaa«rKa_noirru: __. Spelling, Reading. Writíng, Primary Gt orraphj and Mental ArilUmeftc..... . .$2 00 Euglisb Smmmar, KngHsh Composition, and Afilhtetie.. .- ... • •• • ■ ' 00 History. Philosophy, English Composition, 4 00 Ilatunü Sciea*e, Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 June 1860

m*8HPM*yHF<iF- i J. . ubi B«N. M. baker ... a. n. akes J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, KDIT0R8 ANI> PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Horning, June 23, '60. i tiib a s v FOR PREII D E HT, GEN. SAM HOUSTON, OF TEXAS. =3T=fc m sulr For Comptroller, _ GEORGE W. SMYTHE, OF JASPER. t3f We had intended writing an Article about the examination at die Columbus female Seminary, but " Morpheas" has saved us the trouble.' Everything passed off well. ' See new advertisement of S. Meyer & Co. Mr. ScnuLTZ is clever and obliging, and will * you good bargains. Give him a.call. ./ XW Mr. T. Noel, connected with the Galveston Civilian, if in town, looking in fine health and enjoying good «pirits. He brings very discouraging accounts of the crops in the'West. We commend our young friend and the Civilian to the public at large. tm* a man wat recently discovered drowned in the river, a few miles below ibrt's Ferry, in this county. He was id that it «ras impossible to be was. He was of medium ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 June 1860

ÍSSÍP |Í|¡É§Í I PL« - :^1: '^Wk , .^t ^waf • ''■ - *-/r" * '•■*■' r-ír ■;?! .1* oo It IIMMII lililí ....... 50 , one square, one year: ...10 00 6 00 athe... 4 00 changed quarterly, one year.80 00 « 45 00 ...25 00 Candidate* .. « . 5 00 SCifcYPTIOft: eopf ©neyear, in advance... #3 00 i copy oncflear, paid in six months.... 3 50 one year, paid in twélva moa...' 4 00 one year, in advance.......12 50 ww one year, in adftonce. 80 oo __ ity cop.'eSjOrie year, in advaoee.... .35 00 gt^-AlI colics must be sent to one. address, a Ch& is mads tip, in order to secure our at tlife Club rates. • PolitieaUCircu! í or peraNU , hs charged HR ' Ten linea« lonatitnte a annate. == for county clerk, 1 IT Wc ate authorized to announce JAMES H- BULLHÍGTON as a candidate for County Qerk at the D* W9 am authorized to announce JAMES I!. JENKINS aa a candidate for County Clerk ' i*t the opening August election* fT We are authorized to annnvnee GEORGE W. BREEDING as a candidate for Coutity CM* the oneomg ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 June 1860

Wmm ¡BICAL OARDS, ETC strums. 'jam wmm Mr W. ¡Ka ft A *0átÁ&É&&- J. F.; & R- A. HICKS having asi themselves together in the p ran lice and its collateial branchc , respcct- * fail? offer tneir professional services to the citi. vía otColumbus, vicinity and tlio public fen- orally. They hope, «by close application to bnsineae and j^mpt attention to all «ases, to aMrit a masonable share of patronage. They claim lolftat disease np n rational and scientific principios, selecting such remedies as act in , harmony with tho laws of life. Office over Messrs. Foils A. Oakes store. 30 T1' dicino ■ ¡are ... ■ ILL centinue lhe practice of medicino at bis old stand in Columbus, and hopes, by ftrict attention to his business, to merit the con- tinued:approbation ef his friends and tha public generally. Columbus, January* 1860 18 J DBS. COSS St BOWERS TT AVE associated themselves for ihe purpose gT. of practicing their profession in all-its bmnifhas Fhcy may at all times bo found a...

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