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

ad v e r tis em e n t s. %$u •*J«S(P ?-*r "t: ms OUR ÍJOÜHTY, Otr SyPAfíf, fPHÉ SOUTH, AND THE U ÍT10 i ' -mSm COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1860. áaf -i-*-:- r-^H^ .. •? ¿* Ü NUMBER 40. lúitár¿ fnstttaft AT RUTF.RSV1LLE. TV*CIPLINE, Military, modeled after Wea XJ Foint Count of Studies: thoroughly collegiate. Session open first Monday m hep- Member and continue forty weeks. Uniform and hooks to Mbad at the Institute. All payments i cf¿f?SRSHETÍ 43 Superintendent <f- Proprietor. Columbus Female Seminary. TUB pnseBtaÜHMi of this iustituimn eon. neiveed on^he first Monday in January, and mntinue until July. faculty! F. RILEY, A. M*. .Pkincipal. Miss JULIET C. COOKE, ..Assibtant, (in the Uterory Department;) Mm* MARY HASWELL,.,..Music!cachi*. . terms rea month : Spelling, Reading. W tiling. Primary Ge- ographyand Mental Arithmetic... ... .$2 00 English Grammar, English Coin position, and Arithmetic •• - * History. Philosophy, Bnglish Composition, 4 00 Hatural Science, Mathemat...

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

m. Mm¿¿ ■ V. i í, rrCÍ i A. B, BAKU PROP %ggj '-■*■ -Züñ S, TEXAS: «Jone 30, '60. ® r. v FOB FRESID£ T, GM. -SAM ffF TEXAS.. oinpfrolfer, W.. SMYTIIE, rm JASPER. SSBf *0*r The case of Rervk, charged with shooting al Mr.Bfiv.M. LACEY.in Colara- bus, on the 30th} pit.,* was tried to-day (Monday) before J uSlice Nave and the accused, pleading guilty, * bound1 over in the sum of one thousand dollar for his appearance al the next lerroef the District .Court of Colorado county. m Col. D. W. Türser desires u9 to slate that, owing to his bu«aess-relations, which will require his whole attention and be more piofhableto him, he withdraws bis name as a candidate for Assessor and Collector; and, in withdrawing, dbes not do so in Xavor of any one, but. leaves - tbe fi jIJ open' for a free and fair fight among tho remaining candidates. Case ©fHydropliobia in Houston. The editor of the Telegraph spoke some time ago of an apprehension of nfhd dogs in Houston, and it seems that, after his return fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 June 1860

s¡M*í Iw tmm ■Miz. • A^i: W- Js9 LDO CITIZEN. =±= ADVERTISING: one insertion.............. .$1 Ofr ?nt insertion.. .>. 5 one square; one year.. *.10 00 0.09 ta..... 4 «0 , changed quarterly, one year.80 00 «•luipn. r of Candidates... 18* ' NOTICES OF ESTKAYS TAKEN Of IN COLORADO COUNTY. TAKEN U'P by Frederick Miller and cs- trayed before A. J. Nave, J P C C, April 13¿ I860, a Red, White and Pided Ox, 7 or 8 " ^ 45 00 year old, branded W H, marked swallow-fork .25.00 in theJeft, and crop and nndcrbit m the right 5 00 ear. Appraised at $35 00 • onia "year; m edvancc „ .,.$3 00 sone tear, paid in six months.... 3 5Q. «-mos. ..WilO r copies, one yeair, in pfctanee .12 50 Copie , ono year, in advance. .20 00 inadvance.... .35' 00 All copios most be sent to one address, ; a Clnb is made optin order to> seeuve oar at the Club retes* > • Political Circulars, or conmranicatmns of Tr will be- charged or less, constitute a sonare. (tóífitatrs. for county clerk 17 We are authorise# to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 June 1860

¥¡02 ! Y* Histellaiieons EDS, ETC. stems. • St*, S-igrl^r. Rppii SíísK ; ■ T\l«. J. F. & R. A. HICKS having amo JJ iftted themselvrs togeilirr in ti e practice of Medicine and il« collateial branches, rexpect- ftfily offer their pnfewielnl services to the citi. of Columbus, Vicinity and the nH« fsn- Tjhey hopo, by elme application to and prompt attention to «11 canea, to Merit a reasonable share of patronage. . They claim to treat diseaso apon rational and «cientifie principles, selecting such remedies as act in harmony with the laws Of life. Office over Mcasra. Folts St Oakes store. 30 tor. TrwrBCarris "VSTILL continue the practice of medic'no at v Y his oltf stand in Columbus, and hopes, by strict attention to his business, to merit the con- tinued approbation of his friends and ■ the public generally. " Columbus, January 4 1S60 18 y DBS. GOSS &1B0WER87 'AVE associated themselves for the purpose _ _ of practicing iheir profession in alt its branch eft f hey may at all time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 July 1860

J¡£r & jf*L J++S OUR COUKTY, oub state, the south, and the union. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21,1860. NUMBER 43, ADVERTISEMENTS. Ji. iUCR„ M. HITCHCOCK ALLEN & CO., Martole Dealers, GALVESTON, TEXAS. % THE Undersigned, importera of Italian liable direct from Italy, keep constantly on tend ibe largest assortment of all kinds of Marble/ Monnmentm Tombs and Tomb-Stones ^rented in the Richest styles and on the most reasonable terms. Work and style gnaranteed. A. ALLfeM ft Co. Galveston, March 1,1859. gy ACKELFORD, GAY & Co., CO.TTOK FACTORS ..aim.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand, Galveston, Texas. ® SaHA<r *1**0*°* I Galveston. R. A. BaowN, y J. F. Gat, Gonzales. 38 y J. L. Gat, Fayette Co. Ó. Ijessins'B SHA¥IH6 lAiOOH, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. 1 SHAVING, SHAMPOOING, HAIR-DRESSING DONB in the most approved styles of the day. XW Copping done, and corns ex- tracted when requested. WILLIAM T. AUSTIN, Galveston, Texas, CO f TON FACTOR, RECEIVING, Forwarding, AND COMMISSION MERCHAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 July 1860

m,. K. } \%iSU A i THE CITIZEN. J.I . IAKBA BKN.M. BAKER A. H. BAKER J. 1>. BAKER * BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, July 21,1860 FOR PRESIDENT, GEN; SAM. HOUSTON, OF TEXAS. For Comptroller, GEORGE W. SMYTHE, OP JASPER. For Attorney General, COLONEL J, D. McADOO, ' OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. For §tate Treasurer, JAMES SHAW, OF BURLESON. . J " The attention of parents and guar- dians is directed to the advertisement, in this issue, of Mrá. CosSELt, who will soon open a school in Columbus. ller qualifi- cations and long experience in imparting instruction to youth we hope may secure for her a fui! school* J&T A man y the name of Írank Neiix, nr O'Neill, was killed a few days ago at Eagle Lake, by a man by the name of Thompson. Thompson was tried before n Magistrate, and committed to tho county j; il, where he is now. JE3T I>r. Cross, the celebrated Metho- dist minister, preached here to a large congregation on Thursday evening. His text wa*: "...

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

TÍOS COLORADO CITIZEN, "WlTES OF AD^kSTISIHG: On* aquaro, one infertien 00 Each Subsequent insertion.... 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For six months g 00 For three months. 4 U0 -One column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half i% " " • 45 00 Quarter Column, i........... , 4 ........ .25 00 Announcement of Candidates.. . «.. 5 00 SUBSCRIPTION: One copy on year, 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 copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Terreopies, one year, iu advance .SO 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00' (£7 All copics must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. 0^7- Political Circulare, or communications of a private or personal character, wili be charged a* advertisements. 0^7~ Ten lines or less, constitute a square. <£ountji Caníiiíiatcs. FOR COUNTY CLERK. t? We are authorized to announce JAMES II. BULLINGTON ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 July 1860

m •s SlitoUasms ffi THE GLOBE ft HOTBL, JSF THORNTON THATCHER. THE Proprietor would respectfully inform his friends and the traveling public that, bar- ing secured the (arpe and cwmhoaious building formerly occupied by Noah Bunds, he will keep a lintel worthy of Columbus, aud satisfactory to his gue Ís. Given hiin a trial. 90 H COLUMBUS ft BOTUXi, J. J. HOLT, PROPRIETOR, WILL take pleasure in aocommodating his friends and the pgblic generally. Hm ta ble will be furnished with the best the market can supply, and be will endeavor to do all within his power to contribute to the comfort of those who may patronize him. 19 WmMAl HOOT BY ANTONIO MORGAN, (Corner West of "The Tremont House,") Galveston, Texas, DEALER in Family Groceries of all kinds, Fresh Fruits and Preserves of every de- scription. My Oyster Saloon" is now ot en for the season. Parties can bo accommodated at all times, and families supplied with thabes Oysters during the season. .The est of wrties and cigars constantly on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 July 1860

tpfijsp %\ f. OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. YOLUME HI. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1860. A D V E R TIS E y E N T S. a. ALLEN, i. h. hitchcock ALLEN & CO., Marlole Dealers. GALVESTON, TEXAS. THE Undersigned, importers of Italian Marble direct from Italy, k ep constantly oi; band the largest assortment of all kinds of Marble, Monuments, Tombs and Tombstones executed in the highest styles and on the most reasonable terms. Work and style guaranteed. A AIíMjÉM dfc Co. Galveston, March 1,1859. g y SHACKELFORD, GAY & Co., COTTON FACTORS . .and. . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand, Galveston, Texas. J. Shackelford, i &&lvcston. *t V B. A. Brown, 36 y 3. F.^at, Gonzales. J. L. Gat, Fayette Co. O. Xiessing's SHAYM SALOON, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. SHAVING, • SHAMPOOING, HAIR-DRESSING OJiR in the most .approved styles of the day. ty Cupping 'done, and corns ex- ed when requested. D tra« WILLIAM T. AUSTIN, Galveston, Texas, COTTON FACTOR, RECEIVING, i tAj ^ n <r....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 July 1860

y ■ -1/ m % 'vr. ■ m m V ■ f THE CITIZEN. i. O. baker ben. H. baker A. H. BAKER J. D. RAKER & KKOTIIERS, K[>ÍTO S AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, July 38,1860 Voters! Remember the First Mopday iu August, I860!! t ii e a x v FOR PRESIDIS ST, As this is the last number of our paper that will be generally circulated through- out the county before election day, we would call the attention of voters to the names of the free, independent candidates for State officers, who oppose the nomi- nees of the Galveston Convention, with ¡ their lire-eating, secession plaiform. Our C j candidates are, J. D. MeAdoo fur Attorney ^ ! General ; George "W. Sinythe for Comp- ^jtroller, and James Shaw for Treasurer. | MeAdoo is a resident of Washington HÍ county. His legal reputation is co exten ^ ¡sire with the State. He is a gentleman of fine address and an impressive, argument- ative andufcloquent public speaker. Ilis social and amiable qualities, and mora 1 woith', have endea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 July 1860

i t.i THE COLORADO CITIZEN. : ^ • RATES OF ADTERTI8I1VG: On® square, one inse'rtien. *$1 01 Each Subsequent insertion 50 Business Carda, one square, one year. .«¿10 00 For six months.*. 6 00 Fot three months ¿... 4 IIO One column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " « " 45 00 Quarter column ., .25 00 Announcement of Candidates 5 00 SUBSCRIPTION: 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 mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advince 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance .2(1 00 Twenty copies* one year, in advance 35 00 All copies must be sent to one address, when a Clnb is made op, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged a* advertisements. Ten lines or less, constitute1 a scuáre. (Eonntn Canbiiratcs. FOR COUNTY CLERK. (fT* We are authorized to announce JAMES II. BULLINGTON as a candidate for County Cle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 28 July 1860

% # * m iO • PisctUantoBS lAtotiaratfiits. m THE GLOBE ® hotel, BY THORNTON THATCHER. THE Proprietor would respectfully inform hia friends and the traveling public that, hav- ing sccurcd the large and commodious building formerly occupied by Noah Bunds, he will keep a lintel worthy of Columbus, and satisfactory to his guests. Given him a trial. 30 ft COLUMBUS ft £3 J. J. HOLT, PROPRIETOR, WILL take pleasure in accommodating his friends and the public generally. His ta ble will be furnished with the best the market can supply, and he will endeavor to do all within his power to contribute to the comfort ef t'wsc who may patronize him. 19 mwmiAi house BY ANTONIO MORGAN, (Corner West of " The Tremont House,") Galveston, Texas, DEALEk in Family Groceries of all kir.de, Fresh Fruits and Preserves of every de- scription. My " Oyster Saloon" is now o,.en for the season. Parties can be accommodated at all times, and families supplied with th? bss Oysters during the season. The est of ivincs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 August 1860

w ■hi e ¡i é -4 i f VaU-^ THE COLORADO CITIZEN. OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. Volume hi. columbus, texas, saturday, august 11, 1860. number 46. ADVERTISEMENTS. *. ai*en,. ®. hitchcock ALLEN & CO., |Carlt>l€i2>ealers> GALVESTON, TEXAS. The Undersigned? importers of Italian Marble" direct from Italy, krep constantly •ahand the largest assortment of all kinds of i'" .Marble, Monuments, Tonib« and Tomb-Stones executed in tte highest styles and on the most reasonable terms. Work and style guaranteed. A ALLGH 4k Co. Galveston, March 1,1859. gy SHACKELFORD, GAY 4 Co., .COTTON FACTORS ..avd.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand, ClalVMtM, Texas. J. SaACMiwno, j GaIrnton. b.a.b ™, $ j. f, <jat,Goom1m. 35 j J. L. Gat, Fayette Co. " O. X es«mg'fl ihato& sas0gh, COLUMBUS, TEXAS, shaviHg, shampooing, hair-dressing DONB in the most applied styles of the day. tW Copping done, and corns ex- tractad when requested. wSjjam t. austin, CAlvestoM, Texas, COTTON FACTOR, RE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 August 1860

<-\U$ ^ V ^ THE CITIZEN. j. d. baker ben. 9. baker a. h. baker J. . BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Horning, Aug. 11, I860 THE a M y FOR PRESIBEATT, GEN. SAM HOUSTON, O F T EX A sj For Ticc-Prenident, COM. ROBT. F. STOCKTON, OF NEW JERSEY. Political. A subscriber, writing from Petersburg, Lavaca county, Texas, approves of our lemphis Convention," but thinks tbe suggestion comes too late, and advises a uniting upon Breckinridge and Lane. We fear Breckinridge and Lane is a rock on which the Ship of S'ate will strike and split. As far as we are able to judge, Lincoln will get the following States : for lincoln. Maine .' 8, Pennsylvania 27 New Hampshire.... 5jOhio Vermont Si Michigan Massachusetts 13j Minnesota Rhode Islánd. 4 Wisconsin New Jersey. 7 Illinois • .11 Connecticut 6 Total ,.59 New York. Iowa Total ... Balance . 23 6 . 3 . 5 . 35 . 4 .103 . 59 The Gonzales Inquirer, (as we learn from tbe Houston Telegraph) in commenting upon our " ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 August 1860

THE COLORADO CITIZEN. Of* A0TERTI8IKG: One sqoatt, one insertion;. 00 Each Subsequent insertion.. ........ .... 50 Business Cards, one square, one year... .10 00 For iix months^ 6 00 Fot <br*emonths. . 4 00 One column, changed'quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " •« 45 00 Quarter column. .......................25 00 Announcement of Candidates.5 00 . SUBSCBIPTIOH: Onecopy one year, 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 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, when a Club m made up, in order to secure oar paper at the Club rates. 0^ Political Circulars, or communications of a private of personal character, -will- be; changed as advertisements. f£7~ Ten fines or lew. constitute n sonare. Igisallawmts ^itatisratitts. Hill & McBryde, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 August 1860

IgiscfUantoHs ^tetisemcnís. £ the globe ft HOTEL, 7?F THORNTON THATCHER. THB Proprietor would respectfully inform his friends and tho traveling public that, hav- ing feeured the large and commodious building formerly occupied by Noah Bonds, h« will keep a Hotel worlhv of Columbus, and satisfactory to hi* guests. Given him a trial. 30 EHÍ7IBSM, mm BY ANTONIO MORGAN, (Corner West of u The Tremont House,") Galveston, Texas, DEALER in Family Groceries of all kinds. Fresh Fruits and Preserves of every de- scription. My " Oyster Saloon" is now o, er. for the Be aso n. Parties can be accommodated at all times, and families supplied with the bes Oysters during the season. The est •( wines and cigars constantly on hand. h23(v. FOR SALE: MY House and lot in the town of Columbus, situated opposite Sherill's Tavern, front- lug 130 varas on Spring street. The hoUse is" two stories high, contains Seven Rooms, Four of them lbxl8 feet, 12 feet story, dining room and bed rooms, kitchen, negro cabins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 August 1860

¿fy £ fr Wm ¡asa wSI 6 H - OUR COUNTY, OÚR STATE, TIIE SOUTIÍ, AND THE UNION ?— VOLUME XII. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, i860. NUMBER 47. m A Frigbtftil Snake Stofy* The following incident was related to os the other day, by one whose veracity is unquestioned, and who was an eye-witness of the fact. It is more, appalling than msy we reooilect to have ever read in the history of these reptiles i Some time last summer, the inhabitants of Manchester, Miss., gave a barbecue, which was attended by most of the fashion and beauty of the town and surrounding róuittry It happened that among the guests there was a young lady, Miss M., recently from oneof the .Eastern cities, *who was on a visit to her relstftas in the neighborhood of the town. Miss M. was a gay, and eSfremely fash- ionable young lady, and, withal, possessed of an uncommon share *of spirit and courage, except in the matter of snakes ; and of those she had so great a dread that she scarcely dared to walk anywheie ex- c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 August 1860

V •- • ■ ••*«**; J W r~' THE CITIZEN. J. D. BAKER BEN. M. BAKE*- A. IK -BAKER J. D. BAKER <fc BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Aug. 18, I860 THE a s v # JP O fit PRESIDE JÍT, GEI. SAM HOUSTON, OF T E X A Sv For Vice*Prc!(idcii^ COM. ROBT. F. STOCKTON, OF NEW JERSEY. if :■* w M Kf Ratification meeting* There will be a meeting of the Democ- f* -"?• racy of Colorado county, in the town of Columbus, on the 20th of August, at 11 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of ratify- ing the nominations of J. G. Breckin- ridgj3 and Gen. Jos. Lane. Political speaking may be expected. jpy See notice of dissolution of the firm of Duffv & SiLvsr, in the Livery Stable business. Allfpersonsindsbted to the firm are requested to settle. Colorado county cast eight hun- dred 4nd thirteen votes in the last election —an increase of over one hundred votes since the election, two years ago. JtW We have received a puff of Wolf's Aromatic Scheidam Schnapps, making about on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 August 1860

mmm: mates of ADTERTISIMG: , one insertion QO l«ent insertion., 50 Cards, 0119square,one year....10 00 six months g qq Fot threemonths. 4 «0 On* column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half • « « .. .« 45oo Quarter column.„ ; Ananunoemcat of Candidates. 45 00 .25 00 . 5 00 elíifcnt'c. by Ibe Ka the ca the Vitara m 1 ¡ $ % Uistfltonms SUBS HIP TIO*. One copy one year, in advance.; $3 00 One eopy one year, paid in six mbnths 3 50 One eopy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Fire copies, one year, ih advance.; 12 50 Ten copies, one year, hi advance..20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 All eopics mast be*ent to oiie address, when a Club made op, in order to^aecute bar paper at the Club rates. 0^7 Political Circnlars, or communicationso a private or personal character, will be charged its. 1 lines or les< constitute a square. ,-m generally ly and Syria > be the all-absorbing topic of Id tbe political circles on the ire or Milzaró, by tbe in- ns have evacuated and Syr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 August 1860

♦ ft ñ* pi m ¡Ptaliseintnls. SB W GOODS Wm. B. Roe ver, HAVING .TUST RECEIVED From the Northern Markets, A Large and Complete Assortment of DRY GOODS ..ANI> . . CLOTHING, Dliscfllararas ¿Ubcrtiscnicuts. MEDICAL CARDS, ETC. Wm. G. de ixRAFFENRIED, DOCTOR OF 9IEDICIXE, Columbus, Texas, Tenders his services totifc citizens of Col orado and adjoining counties in all ihti branches of his profession, limping', for severa! venrs, paid particular attention to the study of the fevers of this latitude, he professes to be well skilled in iheir treatment, especially that of 'J'v. I'lioiu. lie has also treated Chronic Diseases of the THROAT a-nd LUNGS, such as Bronchitis, Asthma and Consumption in i's incipient stage, with such success as to warrant hifn in th« as. sertion to the public, that they may certainly expect to he benefitted, if not entirely cured . Die Doctor wishes to be as reasonable in his • charges as circumstances will permit, remcm- ; bering the adage, 4i Live and let. live."...

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