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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 August 1860

7 -> 4 IS J> ¿ Í^|j3 toa . MS* l*A« !■ '.■? '.-^ >' OUR COUNTY, OÜ-W^^ATE/THE SOUTH, AND THÉ UNION. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25,1860, ME COLORADO CITIZEN. Oírte Ear at a Tim*.—Many extraordi- nary persons, who have figured in history a* men'of action, have had a propensity to do their thougths rather than speak them, con rey irig their meaning by some significant action rather than words. Sir Walter Scott relates of Napoleon that once, in* sharp altercation with his brother Lncieo, not being able to bów hito to his will, he dashed on the marble floor a magnificent watch which he held in his .hand, exclaiming, " I. made voar forlones. T can shatt er them to pieces easier than I do that watch !" . Everybody has heard the story of Can- ute the Great, who, when bis courtiers were extolling his power and good fonune as a kind of omnipotence over nature as well as raen, quietly ordered his throne to beset on the sea beach when the tide was out, and, when the waves came r...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 August 1860

Si # THE CITIZEN. j. . mudbu na. m. um... ..a. h^bakek BASSE * BROTHERS, AND PROPRIETORS. iUMBXJS, JTEXAS: , Aug. 25,1860 JBT Wl have received grateful showers 6f raw We, this week. The rains have undoubtedly aet in ia the State, and from Mir exchanges we learn that rains have fal len everywhere. The people here hare Commenced towing turnips and other things of the season. We feel exceeding- ly grate fa] to Providence for those bensffi- cent ehowers. "Two men confined in our county jail, escaped on Thursday night. Their names were Stuart and Tffojtpsojr—the farmer oonftned for rape and the latter for Border. jar Three printing offices have been burned in Texas by the recent Abolition incendiarism, vis: the Dallas Herald, the White-Man, and the Henderson New Era jar Vigilant Committees have been formed in moet of the counties of the Slate to proteot the lives and property of the citizens from the inroads of the negro fanatics. These fanatics have already dsstroyed millions of dollar*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 August 1860

é CITIZEN. It AT JES op One . one insertion, 't insertion., ADTERTlSIIfG í .«1 VwV;;;-1£ fa thnumiuill.. ■•v* ...,.,,. 6 Fo« three mbnths Om column, changed qm Hklf •* « Quarter i Candidates 00 50 00 ftiw 4 DO J-'year.80 00 Sjjttisrrlfnnetms %üitrtisemtm of fe* ® Xb^ ^ « f-iifjai '/ tr. VOIIIBHIW u« Iiivu . !«■ | W .£¡ta' District Gtfurt of Colorado , Colado C0«*<y-6K1ÍKT1N0 t "/ «^. Cummins has filed his pe- tiUS? '"-foresaid, against Elieha Cham- coun'.y, ©tat* fiai,er alleging in substance that „ , *™t£dj£jd day of August, 1859, Éhsha i was justly indebted to him in the sum --00 ' _ fJun>l«A<l I ljkllnaa nn<4 ikal canitfl' • -. -V>9SQ0 ...... 5 00 IOB8 RIPTIOJS: i year, in advance ;v$3 00 i copy one year, paid in aix moqths,.. 3 50 Ona copy one year, paid in twehrq mos.... 4 00 fhn copies, om year, in adnncei.... i . 2 50 Tea eaptáa, ana year, in advance..... ...So 00 Twaaty copias, one year, in advance.... .3 00 All copies mast be sent to one addiens* alies a dub ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 August 1860

m Sistíllaittoas ^itorliscinents. na* si w GOOD S. Wm. B. Roever, haviím just received From the Northern Markets • A Jtf'TSP twd Complete ,* ^eS v., / ; y . . Assortment of DRY GOODS .'.: and . CLOTHING, ISfeUauesns ^¡fetismrate. ts and. Caps HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, *c., IS prepared to «ell as LOW as ANYBODY else, and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Call and examine, to convince yourselves. ; 1 • V ; Ten Per Cent. DEDUCTED FOR CA%H. Mr. ROEVER takes this method of returning thanks to his friends fur their libera! pairouage, and will be thankful for a continuation of the •ame. Colombas, March 19, I860. 98 t. h. h'mahan r. gilbert T. EL McMAHAN & GILBERT, Cotton FAotors AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALVESTON, TEXAS. PLANTERS or Merchants sending Cotton or other Country Produce forward to our address may rely on legitimate charges only being made. v2nlyl. Q, CAS.SEL, Agent. • MARKET STREET, GALVESTON. WHEELER A WILSON'S SEWING Machines are now admitted to be supe- rior to all others. As ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 September 1860

Wmm BK 9r * i- TT iiH iwT- F^r* f - i i' ■üfaaaa Oüífc COÜÑÍY, Ojjít S¡ TATE, TÉt# SOUÍH, AHÍ) TtíB ÜNÍON; / it;,"*, a VOLUME III. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1860. NUMBER 50. r M • .p. i A-v fi§ÉÉp # if «oitttitatióDal Vai9U Platform. tqe preside *t: HOBT. JOBS BELL, or tin we • joe tici-peí8idikt: HOIV'JL. EDWARD ETEBETT, m ffnfB*", experience has demonstrated^ that plttfonni adopted by the partieap fltlliTi, éóntftfj have fcad the effect to jnhlead tod deceive the people, and, at the jame time * . to widen the political divisions of the country, ' by the creation and encouragement of geo- graphical and sectional parties; therefore « Retained, That it is both the part of patfi: ottom and of duty to recognise no political prin- ciples other than. The Constitution of the Cocntrt, t Thk Union ot thé States, and The Enforcement of the Laws ; and that, a* representatives of the Constitutional Union men of the country, in National Conven- tion assembled^ we here pledge oHrsel...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 September 1860

THE CITIZEN. §* if l J. O. BAKER BBN.lt. BAKER A. H. BAKER J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: 8J Tl'RDAr73ÍPTEMBEI¿ 8. 4' for president! HON. JOHN BEL OF TENNESSEE. I'ur 1'icc-President, EDWAIM) EVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. W e are requested to announce that Rev. J. V. E. Covey will preach in the Baptist Church, on the second Sunday in • September. fg* There has been a grsafc rise in the river here, overflowing its banks and cov- ering its bottom. Some fields have been parlinlly overflowed. The rise has sub sided. ¡¿g- A friend from Jackson county re- cently informs us that that county will make coru enough to do them, and to spare. We are informed that the negro plot, mentioned by us as having been dis- covered in Lyons, Fayette county, is all a hoax. A few negroes were taken up and whipped for in^ubordiuation, and frctn this •prang the report. j^"The ferry boat that was carried «way from the ferry last week has been recovered by Mr. Bbooks. It was ...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 September 1860

'W mom THE COtOllADO CITIZEN. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One square, one insertion $] 00 Each Subsequent insertion . 50 Jhutoesr Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For si*^months. ¿00 On* column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 JWf ' " " • ♦< 45 00 Quarter colnmn..... 35 OO 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 eopy 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 (O- All copies must be sent to one address, when a I lab is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. fl^T" Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. frí?-Ten lines or lew. constitute a sanare. The State of Texas: Ta the Sheriff of Colorado county—G*bitino : "VJSTHEREAS, Henry D. Rhodes did, on the VY 26th of June, 1860, file h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 September 1860

ü ^isrtüaiuims ¿SJírtrtistmeittJ. WITH HER WITCHERY OF $ÜB MB ÍIOWIB, HER WARBLING BIRDS AND MEANDERING BROOKLETS, GREÉTJS US OSCE MORE. SHE is clothed'with a bcautifui garb of many and variegated color , and her Drapery al- fords a rich and cnchanting appearance to the eye of the beholder. 11 ni-ison with the ele- gance and beauty of Nature's bright attire, and to keep pace with the progress of the age, NEWSOM, LACEY & Co. Have purchased with great care, and with strict regard to the wants of the people of Colorado county aud vicinity, A Large Stools, or STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Of the latest and moat fashionable styles aud extensive variety. C. it I miM Tin J s COMING!!! ®g07!L!S!EnSffl!'@ HATS, CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, V Pants, Vests, Coats, and in short every article appertaining to a Gentleman's Toilet. In the Indies' Department, onr Mr. Newsom has dis- played great taste in selecting Ladies' Dress Goods, Of the latest fashions, aud finest texture. We cordially invite the lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1860

w / if m sua. OUR COÜSTY, OÍJR STATE, THE SOUTH, AÑO fHE UNION. VOLÚME III. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, I860. NUMBER 51. |b| Ceutliiatioaul ÜhIob platform • ros PM®I®est: HOIf* JO*H BEílLíi or t e ft n * s® * * • ton ticb"f® ® ® i ó ip w ♦ í flOITL. EDWABV ETEKETT, 1 O* BASSSC «0 + i • J>r ft \ ** Wnrar«ft, rtperieiM hu demoiwtrtted that iform adopted h^Uie j rtjf«nCon ventiona h.r«Ti d gieHfart tó mrrtead and deceive the people, Ind, at the tome time to widen the political diviiions of the Country, ' by the creation and encouragement of geo- graphical and sectional parties i theíeforo •• Rtnolvti, That iti^both the part of patri- «tum ud of duty to recogmje no political prin- ciples other than ■ t Tan CossTiTtrrios of the CotrsTRir, The Union of the States, and The esfobcemett of the Laws; and that, ar representative of the Constitntionil Union nwn ftf the country, in National Conven- tion aMembled, we here pledge ofrselves to maintain, protect, and defend, separate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1860

THE CITIZEN. •4P#- ; '■? w *# E í J m i. O. BAKER CEN. M. BAKER. . . . .A. 11. BAKER J. D. BAKE9 & PROT11ERS, EDITORS AN® PROPRIETORS. eeiíüMBüS, TEXAS: SATXJBD A Y~8EI*TEITIBER 15. FOR PRESIDJG1VT, HON. .TORN BILL, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, OF massachusetts. to A letter from Col. Wharton Joiin II. Robsok, Esq., of this place, states tliát u circumstances ^¡11 prevent Colonel Wharton frprn fiUing the published ap- pointments, rbeginning at Richmond on the 15tb, And going West. He will, at a future ^y, make other appointments cov- ering the same localities." gz&- Our merchants are now beginning to receive their fall and winter stock of goods. Our friends in the country can, in a few dare; be' accommodated % our en- terpriüi^Pníértlftnfs \vith any article of merchandise they can poss'ibly Want. From the last True Issue, ire see ♦hat T. S. Cook, Esq., has taken charge of the editorial department of that paper. He is a ubaate and elegant ffittr^aud snstai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1860

mm "fltfi^TES OF ^DVERTISiNG : Qpe square, one insertion, 00 Each'Subsequent insertion'.*. 50 Business Cards, one square, one year.... 10 00 For six months..........:-f.v... 6 00 For three months. 4 00 One column/changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half " « " " u « 45 00 Quarter column. 25 00 Announcement of Candidates.. .v. 5 00 SUBSCRIPTION r < One copy One year, in' afivancc... . .. . . *53 00 One copy one year, paid in six months. ¿. . 3 50 One copy one yéar, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copieS. one year; tn'advtTice .12 50 Ten copies, one year, in'advance 20 00 |Twenty copies, one yeir, in advance. 35 00 | (vVAll copies must be sent \o one address, f when a Clnb wjtoad* up, in order to secure our paperittheCl^ytfAj « tp-r. PoliticÉi*ticelars, or Communications of . a^lvate or pprwnM character, will be charged -as advertjsemsats. # (¿7- Tei lines or less. coJistKole a square. r Aottín, Tex AS, September 11, 1860. I Mesara. Baker—' Giim: Please publish the enclosed appoint- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 September 1860

THE CITIZEN, f ~ ™ 1/UiO i V 'i. ■' f¿B I xT~ SisrcUancotts ^¡tetisracnts. |)arljert. i s COMING!!! WITH HER WITCHERY OF BUB AKB KOWEB, HER WARBLING BIRDS K M O MEANDEEING BROOKLETS, GREETS US ONCE MORE. SHE is clothod with h beautiful garb of many and variegated colors, and her Bísperv af- f rd* a rich aod onchantirijj appearance to the rye of the beholder. I i mtisr.n with the ele- jfmce and beauty of Nature's bright attire, and to keep pace with the prognes of ibe age, KEWSOM, LACEY & Co. * Hare'purchased With great care, and with strict regard to the wants of the people of Colorado county and vicinity, %m€ITP&& St OO IS. OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Of the latest aftd most fashionable styles and «x tensive variety. 8SSST1LSS8MWB ®¡L®7$nÍ®i, y ATS, CAPS, BOOTS b SHOES, Fw,, Vests, Costs, and lo short every article appending to a Gentleman's Toilet. In the I.tdies'- y!<tycd Ullliig v V ' ^eparttneut, onjr Mr. Newsom bus dis- gr¿si taste in selecting Ladies' Dress G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1860

OÜR COUNTY, OÜR STATE, THE,SO .is D THE UNION. VOLUME HI. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1860. . .. H -¡ST 52. Daniel Webiler on the Union. The fallowing is an extract of a speech ¡delivered by Daniel Webster, in tbe Sen- • ate of the United States, on the 7th of Match, 1850: * lla. President : I should much prefer to have heaid from every member on tbis floor declarations of opinion that this Union could neves be dissolved, than the declaration of opinion by any body, that, in any caee, ender the pressure ofany circumstances, such a dissolution wife pos- sible. I hear with distress and anguish the word "secession," especially when it fells from the lips of those who are patri- otic, and known Co the country, aud known ail over the world for their political servi- ces. Secession ! Peaceable secession ! Sir, your eyes and mineare never destined to see that miracle. The dismemberment of this vast country without convulsion! The creaking up of tbe fountains of the great deep w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1860

credii; your manufacture*; your rich, populous and splendid ci-i«s—all, all may trace to this institution, as to their well spring, their present gigantic proportions— nourished and built up to their present amazing height and grandeur by the great staples of the South— the products of slave labor. " Vet slavery, in every form io which it has existed from the primitive period oi organized society — from it< earliest and patriarchca! form to this time, in every quarter of the globe—and all its results, even the magnificent results of slavery in the United States, are declared to be against the h w of nature. Though con- tributing in a hundred various forms and modes, through a period of thousands of years, to the amelioration of the condition of mankind generally; though sometimes abused—as all human institution?, even those of religion,are—still contributing to advance the cause of civilization ; though, if you please, having its origin in individ- ual cnpidity^still working out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1860

THE COLORADO CITIZEN. Misallaiteoits ^itortisments. jJrfltoimuiL ^ RATES OF ADf£BTISIIV6: Ob® square, one insertion..... ¿...¿i. , .$] 00 Eáeh Subsequent insertion. 50 Business Cards, one square; one year... .10 00 For six months.......... ¿. 600 Fn three months. ¿.. 4 0 One Coluinu, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " 4i " 45 00 Quarter column ..... j.25 00 Annoaoceiuentvpf Candidates. 5 00 SIJBSCKIPTIO : One copy one year, irt advance... ..... .$3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months?... 3 50 One copv one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in adriiifee 12 50 Ten copies, one year, iu"advance. 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advauce 35 00 0^7- All copie most be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to eeeuie ouf paper at the Club rates. Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal eharactcr, will be charged an advertisements. 0^ Ten lines or less, constitute a sanare. Constitutional Union Platform. FOR PBBSIDKWT:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 September 1860

UisctllantMs ^itortistffltnts. % WITH HER WITCHERY OP BUB áSB KOTO HER WARBLING BIRDS AND I MEANDERING BROOKLETS, GREETS US ONCE MORE. SHE is clothed with a heautifui garb of many and variegated colore, and her Drapery af- ford* a rich and enchanting appeafanCe to the eye of the beholder. Im unison *wilh the ele- gance and beatttv of Nature's bright attire, and to keep pace with the progress of the age* newsom, lacey & Co. Have purchased with great care, and with strict regard tn the wants of the people of Colorado county and vicinity, jQl Xjarge stOclt 0 STAPLE AND FANCY PRY GOODS Of the latest and most fashionable styles and extensive variety. smsnrnsioiBSPS If ATS, CAPS, BOOTS b SHOSS, Pants, Vente, Coats, and in short every article appertaining to a Gentleman's Toilet. In the Ladies'* Department, our Mr. Newsom has dis- played great taste in selecting Ladies' Dress Goods, Of the latest fashions, and finest texture. We cordially in rite the ladies to call and make an examinat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 September 1860

JTY Sjp /1* . ?4:" -W* f OUR COÜNTY, OÜR STATE, THE SCtjTJI, AND THE UNION. IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1860. 1, . JMnluiotttftt In Car- nee with a Horlhern Abolitionist!—The Conspiracy 4 Acknowledged I! Ia the New York Times of the 31st nit., we find a letter written by Johb Driver, Esq.; of Ala., to Gerrttt Smith, the notorious Abolitionist of New York, who was charged with being implicated in the John Brown raid at Harper's P*erry. Let all meo wieJuure.-Leen deceived by the Breckinridge speakers and papers into the belief that theirs is not a Disunion p rty, and formed in its present shape for that very purpose, read the following letter from an Alabama disunion Democrat Í Russell County, Alabama, ) Monday, July 23,,1860. j Hon. Gerritt Surra: Sir—You and I are antipodes on the subject of slavery. I belieVtf it td be a divine institution, created by Heaven, and such is the doctrine of the Bible. African slavery has christianized and civilised, du- ring the same l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 September 1860

^ T^, I \ pife' \ > I Company A. Tlia sub officers and rank in lila numbered in alt soma hundred men, from all parta of the U nion. On the 21st Juné, the entire party, with Gen. Walker in codtraand, left Ruatan for the Island of Cozumei, off the coast of Yncatan, Where arms, ammunition and provisions had been collected. Thence they sailed «gain on the 27th for Honduras, but not direct. As before mentioned, the British man of-war Icarus was watching tliein, and over a month whs consumed in watching her in turn. Qi the 6th August, however, while the officers of the Icarus were Enjoying themselves at Belize, the expedition quietly effected its landing at Truxillo, and took possession of the city. The test is too well known to need reciting. As already stated, a special condition in favor of Walker's followers, was insisted upon by the British commander, when they "were delivered over to the Honduran authorities, and we have no reason to doubt it was faithfully complied with. Walker ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 September 1860

M ■ THE COLORADO CITIZEN. MATES OF ADVEBTISUU: One square, one.insertion............ v.$1 00 Each Subsequent insertion. 50 Business Cards, one square, cms year....10 00 Forsix months....................... 6 00 Fot three months.v. .\ 4 00 One column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " *' " 45 00 Quarter column... .25 00 Announcement of Candidates. 5 00 $3 00 . 3 50 . 4 00 lá 50 SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, in advance One copy one year, paid in six months. One copy one year, paid in twelve mos Five copies, one year, in advance.... Ten copies, one year, in advance. .......20 00 Twenty copies one year, in advance.... .35 00 (l^r All copies must be sent to one addressj when a Cluh is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. Political Circulars, or communications of a -private or personal character will be charged as advertisements. 0¿j- Ten lines or le , constitute a sonare. CMKtilational Union Platform. for p bk sidiktí HOM. JOHN BELL, of tennessee . . to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 September 1860

sss Ufellanriras ^ífartiseintnís. C. £ I s COMING!!! with her witchery of BÜBAHB HER WARBLING BIRDS and MEANDERING BROOKLETS, GREETS US ONCE MORE. SHE is clothed with a beautifui garb of many and variegated colors,. and her Drapery af- fords a rich and enchanting appearance to t|ie eye of the beholder. 11 unison with the ele- gance and beauty of Nature's bright attire, and to keep pace with the progress of the age, NEWSOM, LACEY & Co. Have purchased with gnat care, and with strict regard to the wants of the people of Colorado county and vicinity, A Large StOok or STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Of the latest and mo6t fashionable styles and extensive variety. eaffif&ssasEPs BATS, CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, Pants, Tests, Costs, and in short every articlc appertaining to a Gentleman's Toilet. In the Ladies' Department, oar Mr. Newsom has dis- played great taste in selecting Ladies' Dress Goods, Of the litest fashions, and finest texture. We cordially invite the ladies to call and make an ...

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