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

i frwi C&UÉYÍÍ,: OUR STATE, fH# SÓÚTH, AND" THE UNION. COLÜMBUS, TEXAS, SATDKDiSXj DECEMBER 8,1860¡ Strcuglb woBStir, C O O K 0. ■&. ÜMy and Counselor at Law, JiEWCATi-GAftf^S; Br*. COLÜMBÜ S, continue the practice of medicnc at KB atrict attention tmued approbal colorado co., tex^b, W«* attend promptly and_ strictly to* it' ¡n Columba#;artd hopes, by IB© con to hi business, tcKmerit of his friends alid the public January 41560" t, J. S. LEWELLYS continue the practice of Medióifí&fá . . ,_i variofls branehos. return hi thank* to hb4hr e^pa*ron., and liun to his profession, to nKTtt theflT éORHwww LcwcHyn and Putney. when net profcaeronelly • Dr tjcwellyn'aaonneetion with the Drag Store will not" interfere, in any way, wUh t « piaetie® of hi profession - . ,. tasines confided to hia care. C'olumhus, Nov 27, I860 ,j. s« «áionuiRE. r>FXANY & SHROPSHIRE, AtTOSKETS A* L AW, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. 'JUL practice in' ttu) .first Judicial .District . , itnd the. ¿fíjtitfing coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 December 1860

im? J £&! THE CITIZEN. "J. o. BAKER BEN. m. BAKER• .A. h. BAKER l.D. BAKER * BROTHERS, 'ET) I TO ITS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: JsaturbAT . DISC EMBER 8 We «re indebted to'fche'Hon. A.J. II a Milton for valuftMe 'public doeutafents, for which be bus our thanks. ItSTÍhe "weather ia delightful-; the cold is just right to be bracing, and our Northers, which visit i sétni occasionally, aie mild enough. Ü& We notice the return in our midst S. V'an dacrtfa*a ff, Ikq., from a long trip to Northern aud Eastern Siates. lie is looking well, anil is in^the enjoyment' of fine health and spirits. gW The race between Mr. Bostick's lbay mare anU.Cól. LaurAi^bt's gra^fhorsr came off on Thursday evening, for JE25Q * side. The mare beat thegray stud twenty-ftva leet. as given in by the judges, lime, 1:53— mile heat. ThVéhow wotmfc up "with several scrub races, which con- tributed to the amusement of the people. tW Messrs. DeMosb■'& Wallace have ;purchased the stock of goods belongi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 December 1860

■-'Ziátii ■ss§9Bllí< fc«== ■''■ "Í op om year. .. .10 00 mmiba........•..•...*. 6 00 4 oo ly^nc y ear, .JO 00 !• M 45 00 - column....... •......V.....85 00 5 00 flTttStntl PTI05: The Effect.—Tlie menacing Attitude of tbe South ia beginning to inducqa de- cide^ move in the right d'rectioa at the North. If the action of Vernaónt. is fol- lowed by other States, there wiíl be accom- plished agreat step towanla lúe subáidience of present excUeinentv /. . ¡t A Move to Regen], (hp " Personal Liber tyn .Act *of ' Ver^i^—^h Thomas, of West Jaiflee, has introduced a bill%to the*Vejmont House of liepreseijtatives to repeal $ie " Personal Liberty Act,'' so Joalied. " Tbi,s act was passed soíhe tliree oi ,:^>!¡í>¡SIlÍSd^2^é¿tiÍÍr' '^mÍ fcr the purple Of nulHfy- owyear,parf.n.jxmonth .... 3 50jfng thJFugilive ^ Law,and rendering ' its execution i rfii practicable.. It denies the employment of^all Slate officers, the use of ail public edifices, in/aid of the master, arid foT 'attempt i ti...

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

* u£Lam áÜMM ÍÉÍMOÍÍBMMÍS^ 4kÉtai2ySri THE CITIZEN. #=. il. lAVKa. ...,>*«KN. M. UU1.. . . .A. H. BAKKR. J. O.BAlífcU dfc BROTHERS) EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Paddy* Ode to lito Pi-iiiev. © Ibia'litj Princc! it* no eff-nre. Your worship, that 1 inane je , Vl'hile I confess 'twas ra «1 bli-s, A Oí will lu have #wW ¥*•! -• niW.yow SoiiTtT' wp ttf ' OTfrj* lis While I stud adjácfetil, l donl snpppose, alih ujjIi my c.lo'for Was mighty cla c atid ducvnlv Av cnorse. yc know, 'i long ago,;- 1* looked at Jukes ant) ewchtoeiv And longer since, hm* Lit^ísb-Fr'inCÉ.. Begotten by «.Dutchman !«, But by iC$?trolh. *nd*iJS5rJÍMd&tlí;; Wid all my l«tel s%wihs I've passed a wwriHaW'nianv a W3, Much talkrlhnn yom Hjghuess ! Ah, well be dud. no donht ybu had, In token of allegiance, As good t cop as you conld sup. Among thcm black - auajans. Bbt what d'ye think of Cfiri tian drink, Ni.xv tell n>.- tli .tmy lulip. WW thmnghatbww your Highness saw Ti c fl vor of aju' pi And what w more, we've g...

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

■RPSf- p" ' Sl&ulss i!®W L^'- - ■-Mm¡£;-~ I dlH ~ Sp^SmR c^rír^^4.--¿; ■•i liÉE#^* . I •U- I'l l IZ OUR'COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 22, ¡professional. R. V. COOK, Attorney and Counselor at Law, COt lJ M B Ü S. COLORADO C<$., TEXAH, ■^^-iLL attend promptly anil strietly to all bawwi eontkk'd to bin care. Colombo*, Nov 27, I860 -N? 13 Kv w. a. dslant . . .j. 8. *hrrfpbthla. DKLANY & SHROPSHIRE, ATTOBKBTS AT LAW, culdmbvs, rex is. WILL practise in the First Judicial District and the adjoining counties. |y {'articular attention will be giren to the investigation of Land Title , payment of taxes, and ail busineas concerning land. All chums committed to them fffl he-promptly collected and remitted. fDiao. .o. w&Wow. FOARD k WINDROW, ATTOBHSTS AT I.AW, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. 47 ED. COLLIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. COEUMBl'S, TEXAS. PROMPT attention given t^aU bissinesi én- trusied to his care. _ 10 : ¿I A. N IS KERN, Attorney'and Cou...

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

•'""T • ™ THE CITIZEN. * D. BAKKR BEN. M. BAKER .. . . .A. 0. BAKER J. 9; Slft£B & BAOTBEBS) fcDttORS AND PROFRlfiTOfeS. COLUMBUS. TEXAS; SiTCBDAV BiiCCHSEK S3. " ? ' f"¿é"* WÍr i re authorized to -atftfift ince W. If-. DAHD1N. Fsq, s *>'r 'TWi'jrü'fe to reprercntCelnrado ¿oimty in *f!íe_Ntate Y^npvrn- 'tt-.ji to be held at Anstifi ~r*rt The •f nir'h Mnnrtny ¡in January. 1861. Election to 'Cume off on the •Bih Jennsry. 1881 We are anthnriicíl t« announce ÍOHN s. FHROPSIIIRE, feíq.,-as a "candidaie^t- *eprs 'trifC Ibis comity fh fiie 'State 'Convention to bo Jtetd in Austin'on'the fourth Monday in January. Elcclion 8lh January. . "frff We^re authorized totmnonneeJOHN T. llAuOOURT n« a candidato fur pifcgote to the Si ate Convention, to be held in Austin on the fourth Monday' in lahuafy, 1861. Election, 8th proximo. _ X¡jfT We are authorized to annoni c«! A. tt. DATtD'SON as a cánrtídafe for Delegate to rep Tesent. thia county in t he Slate Convention to be. held at Austin onth...

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

. ;r¿v: v/^;? -5 Farrii « COLORADO CITIZEN. OP ADTCRTI811I6 : n« insertion...... $]D0 insertion... 50 onesquare,one year....10 Q0 *...•. 6 00 >... ..i*>........... 4 no ,changed quart erly,one''year. 80 00 v flalf " " « * " 45 00 Quarter column ,, ¿.........".. .35 00 - Announcement of Candidates. - - 5 00 SVBSCttIPTIOlV: One copy one year, in, advance 5>3 00 I hie copy oifbyear, paid in six-months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve moe... 4 00- Five copies,one year, in-advinffe 15} 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance ....^.20 00. Twenty copies, one year, in advance.... .35 00 All copias must be sent to one address, - when a Clnb is made op, in order tQ set are our 1 paper at the Clob rates. Political Circulars, or'cttmmahieations of a prívale or personal-character, will be charged as advertisements. A-*7~ Ten line* or less, constitute a sail ire. m The ratw of discount at London have ' been reduced to four *d -five per cent oo cell. The Empress Eugenie bus been ent...

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

f J> tíuiíieoii.3 i^emcuts. •Something New UNDER THE SUN! WILSON. AND BROTHERS' Prémitím llorse Power, the best now in use, first, for its durability, being uiado entirely of cast ironsccond, its portability, standing at) it does upon its own ground, and may be taken down or * jurt up in a lew minutes by any unr, so simple is it in its structure—the whole weighing about 2100 pounds. The running of this. Power shows an increase of speed ove: Uic others now in u-e of from 33 !« 50 per cent., requiring about half the team to inovu it tliat is orninnriiy us d. Numerous certificates could be given, but we 'prefer ihe Power to speak for itself. I have had one at work on m v place i.ear-Columbas for s me time. It has'been carefully examined by severnl of our practical r.ilrtons, the unanimous opiuion of whom is' thai it is a complete success .As a pioof of their confidence in it, several have left their orders for it. My own opinion is that ' it is not on'y the bc¡>t in the world, bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 February 1861

--J>, - 3ó* m , •, i M-m Hi mMriiVint P • c - "í" !* '.«Si <.- ?. VrC?k<.y.?£*$-[ >^T ? J <§|£ I - -•■ MMBWML "•• «8$* •• MB**** íé^pímhHÍ , YET INDEPENDENT;" "LO TAL, YET FREE; OB ED I COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1861. Wtkéii f Uleatt (o Malry Item Gleanings Tbe OId Homestead. ism-.i\ j'GHTKD HOPES AND ÍROKBW A RESTORATION OF BOTH. ' , bnt must makeit shorten o i polities tule. Got tlié i from individuals #ho bad it ail Young roan of the natte of T young lady named Behnda. io the same neighborhood, near ¿ring town. Young man good look- ladyVbefcuty noT likely to be the death of her, but . grandma went under year ago and left her pile of ten cetttpieces large as a pound of wool Young lady desperately in lore with young man, and young man deeper-1 ately in love with young lady. - Young man wouldn't let concealment* " like none of yourdem'd worms/* feed on his cheek, tat told bis love "emejitly." Young lady acknowledged the corn—" thine, forever thine, deares...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 February 1861

& x\ «pt to assume Us bitterest forms; that dis tiuotion censes to be made between the ptrauoi of men and their principles 5 thai the passions become ungovernable and reckless, nnd that rancorous bate takes possession of the breast. — Everything else too, gives way to the absorb ng topic; neither times or places, the most sacred, are exempt from its infru iiutiu The Lord'* d iy—iho Sanctuary of G d —the very preset Chamber of the most High, are all invaded. Things present and things to come, are equ^Uy unavailing to stay the tide. The Christian Vheart is taken captive, his love for Christ ¡grows cold, prayer dies*way, re- tigkms teal abates, spiritual realities cease 10 affect him, anil lukew*r nness is tbe pres «nt effect, as spiritual death may be the final portion. My Brethren, tbe times ate perilous to your souls. I admoaish you, while called to a firm and faithful discharge of every duty as citiaens, to remember also your duties as Christians. Never is there a time when the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 February 1861

w M CITIZEN. 1«61. -= Of Elsewhere it wilKfea^suM that 'tenet for job work are cash. our J9T The river at, this póist, roso some 'fifteen feat on last Thursday night, caused by bewry rains above. jar Gen. Sandford basbeen appointed 'Commissioner from the Republic of Geor-, 'gia to Tkms, by' iheir^Conventioia. ' The M Colorado Bines," Capt. Jno. THE COLORADO CITIZEN. SIacket, will para4e in full uniform on the -32d ibst, WA8HIWOTOa's birth day. BATES OF AD YERTISIMO: One square, <«ne insertion ... .$] 00 Each Subsequent insertion ,. 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For six months. 6 00 Fot three months... 4 t)0 One column, cbangcd<quartcrly, one year:80 00 Half " " " " ** 45 00 Quarter column, 25 00 Announcement Of Candidates. 5 00 «ÜBSCKIPTIOiT : 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 Pivecopies, one year, in advance....... 12 50 Ten copies, one-year, innulvance 20 00 Twen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 February 1861

'¿mm ^jjm =¥^p •^C- -- ■■*:'■ ss isttllancons ^frilsmcnls. iüisullaiicous ^irtrtrtistmtnts. <bí>' ; MEDICAL CAiiDS; Etc. . -T±>i?.' t. -imr.. cnsBsa¿é^¿® i- Wii.í. continue tins practico of medie* u,a at his old;stknd hi Colffnibtrs, «nd hopes, by ''strict attention li>'li¡í>;b¡(piiict!>-,'to'intfrit' i:Ji« con- tinued approbation oMiisíriendsand the public •generally. Co'Jnnhns^ Jann6iry%4'1 íGt) tS-y., ©•©a- aa®.i?s Dr. j. s. lkwellyn ■nrTT iLL contiiwetl¡o psac t ice of Medicine in W 'its various brauches. ile.rct rns his thanks 1 to his. former patrons, and hopes, hy st-riutatlcn- ' tion l-> his profession,' to • -merit their continued pitropage, and tliutof tliapublic. generally.'^Hc • mt; at all times be fousul at the Dtug Moje of Lewellyn aud -Putuey; <whou-Mot professionally ' absent. LcwellynV chnneclion with the Ding Stbrc will not- interfere, in any way, with the Iptactice of his profession ©R. -GASLEY, PnYSl^AS AND SlIitGEOW, Eagle Lake, Texas, mE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 February 1861

Am -LOYAL, YET PEE E; 0 BED 4ThH T, YET TN'DEPKKDBNT> ==s VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1861. NUMBER 20. Tkorta oat a Falded Yoka. la looking over my trusks one da 1 lit onto a old boka Immegitly thorta come into my bed It thue to the boka I ed— Poar dried op thing what maid a faid And rinkle op like a ole made What maid o lose your sweet perfume What n bad aibecttbe^dddle^of gone. A lan what a lerein in u Hze Two awl ho sea « wíthHláre i te But moist of awt tkeald the fateT «éclts Learn wisdom of a wrjtWIk. Thare pborms so farawrrd-focttrip to' see Like ded roaz leaves<iitl]3tried op bee Thare shoaldera whitch theytfio to awl Will then be InTered-With a short. Thare round bare arms so very whyte Will then be hid clean out of site And varios other of these man killers Will be concealed by phyarma ¿tillers. Stikulasts.—The Louisville Jourrtál beautifully says: There are times when the5 pulse lies low is the bosom and beatr-elow in the veins; when the spirit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 February 1861

v >. . " 1^,: iitofrv- THE CITIZEN. I. o. BAKER ben. if. baker . . . . .A. ii, baker J. I>. BAIÍE3 & BROTHERS, E&IT0T13 AKD PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: 8ATÜRDA¥ FIÍBRÜART S3. THE CRISIS! an bakjfebt aphil. We hereby stale that we can positively do no more Job Wort on a credit; neither will we publish Legal Advertisements unless úccompa vied by Cm money. We shall not deviate from this rulé. Times Are hérS, end tit* have to pay the, >ihard" for -<rttr ifkds paper, inh, $c ; for oitr provisions and groceries; therefore, if the patrons af tie CtitiZen ioiJh to tus tain -as, they must pay Us ctisTi fm atr work. Those persons owing us Jar Job Work or Advertising will not •offend vs by offering us money in payment. ET We ars authorised to announce S. B. RUN YON ai a oacdidate for Mayor mi Colum "bus. Election next Tuesday, 26th inst. DC^-fre arc aut^ioriEeá to announce HENRY HEftSEBURGER as a candidate fur Marshal x)f Columbus. Election next Tuesday, 26th. ¿President ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 February 1861

mm t Af-s¿aJc.y.c-.aatfoi i«MnWil THE CITIZEN. B1R A. B *11 D. BAKER, ) I H M. B A K S R ,. > HICKS 8AK1R, ) ■ i t. ... :—i pv, ' r. ..*" EDITORS, FEBRUARY - *S9 1861. EST Elsewhere it will be «een that our ttrixa for job work are cash. •*ar We call attention to tbe a3v«ttiee- meati of Á, Laurainb, in regard to bra two fine horses, Ra pee and Alf. Morgan. They are splendid animals. jy See advertisement of Capt. Wm. J. Herbert, who wishes the " Dragoons" to.prepare to march at a day's notice, So'thio's in tbe wind ! Look out! Hon. John Hemphill, United Slates' Senator from Texas, has placed us under renewed obligations for -Congres- sional favors. At tbe election on "Saturday, tbe 16ib, A. B. Carter, Esq., was elected Justice of tbe Peace for this precinct, vice R. J. Pbtmbt, Esq., resigned. jar We this week announce J. B. Rukyo?i as a candidate for the Mayoralty of Columbus. Ruaron will make a good officer. - Vote for him. The " Spring ¡Fights," we a pleased to note, have opened ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 23 February 1861

m THfí COLORADO CITIZEN. BATES OF ADVERTISING; On* square, jne insertion.-.. ..§11 06 Each Subsequent insertion.... 50 Bu«inest*Cardis, one ¡Muaré, ouo year. .. .10 00 For six HiiuftM... ..v. 6 00 foi three month*. 4 Oft One column, changed qmrlerly, one year.80 00 Half " " " " " 45 00 tQ'wrtar column 25 09 Announcement of Candidates........... 5 00 «CBSCJB&PTJOIV: t&ne'Mpy one year, ta oávaucc 00 One cópy one y«r, p«¡<l .in sis month*.... S 50 <One copy one year, paid in twehre-tnoe... 4 00 Vive copies, tttlfc year, in advance lJi 50 'Ten copies, one year, in advance....... .80 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 All copies mast be sent to one address, "when a Club is made up, tn order to secure etfr ¡paper at the Club rates. 0^7 Political Circulars, dt'communications of <% private or pcrsonal'chnfecter, will be charged *ms advertise ;nentB. ffy'Ikn lines or '"Isw.'CefWtilutee square. Utallauroits ^iiljtrlisnntnts. «I medical cards, eTO. I>r. W. Harria ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 March 1861

-i" < > -é "LOTAL, YET FREE; OBEDIENT, YET INDEPESDBITT." VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH % 1861. NUMBER 21. ISABEL. i MY GKOmOK ©. MIOTIC*. - lost Isabel, aguo I came To linger and to weep Abvve the spot wliare wild flowers spring To mark thy place of deep ; And at I kneel beaide thy am. Dear memories from «far ' Come o'er my spirit like ¿be wild Sweet music of a star! Thy breezy step is seen no more Upon the blue bill' brow. And beaut j'a early tight has left. My darkened day-dreams noW; Yet my kine spirit keeps jtstHiw, like that pale eastern flower That shines at midnight wfcb lhe ray# It drank at morn's firsfhour. Thoo wast the sunlight days, The idol of my dreams, Ane life with thee was like 1he lapse _ Of summer's quiet streams: And if beneath the storms of lifa My spirit e'er was bowed. Thy lace shone o'er tbegatbermg$looto, An angel of the clóúd. Hiere is no star above toy head, No flower beneath my feet, Wo gentle murmur on the afir, . Where winds and wat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 March 1861

THE CITIZEN. •J. I). BAKER. BKN.M. KER A. II. BAKER J. D. BAliEit áí BROTHEKS, ^EDITORS A3PD PROPRIETORS. OOLliMBLia, TEXAS: SATl'liDAY HARCIff "2. T U E CSI ST'S"I AN EARNEST A P P E A L . We hereby state that toe can positively do no **rwre Job 'Work on a credit; neither will we publish Legal Advertisements unless accompa ' vied by the money. We shall not deviate from this rule. Times are hard, and we have to pay '~thé "hard?* for our news paper, ink, <J-e; for our provisions and groceries ; therefore, if the 'patrons of the Citizen wish to iiÁtain us, they must pay us cash fot our Work. Those persons owing us for Job Wcrlc'cr Advertising will not offend us by offering'us money in payment. Chief J «utico Hall, of Kansas, died athis ' residence in Bellview on the 1st ult. TT The population of Tc*as "in t860 wa8 600,955. IT The Lavaca Culf Key says that $12,000 in gold dust has been received from I ho mines near ftl Paso, forwarded by Messrs. H D. Hor : tsa duHBroihcta to S: J. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 March 1861

JES* ■ I - „ J A XX S D . BAKER, BBH M . BAKER, , A . HICK8 BAKER, EDITORS. ©SOSAS 3 *. ;■*■* <m .i* ■■ ■' ■■ nARCD, • ■ • 8, 186 1 tW Elsewhere it will be seen that our terns for job work Are cash. See new legal 'advertisements in today's Citizen. JOT The State Convention meets again, pnrsaant to adjournment, to-day. The earth is robed tn a perfect -car pet of living green—the'graw being about two inebes high. The election returns will not be counted oat officially at Austin until the 12th inat.—-the Legislature há7Íng ex- tended the time. MW We have changed our terms for announcing candidates for office. We ■haH require $2 50 for Town offices,$5 f^r County offices, and $10 for State—tbe money, in every instance, to accompany the announcement. t3T We have seen a private letter from Austin, which states, upon good authority, r. Hocston will resign Hi e office of >r—waa to have sent in his xesig- to day, the 2nd. M3T We neglected to state last week that he Arsenal, (government ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 2 March 1861

=55 THE COLORADO CITIZEN. BATES OF ADVERTISING : 'One square, ne insertion. #1 00 kfiach Subsequent insertion 50 'Business Cards, one square, one year 10 00 *For six months ® 00 lFoi three months 'One column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 OU *1 If <t « " • " 45 00 'Quarter column................. .v 25 00 Announcement of'Candidates.. .v. SUBSCRIPTION í One copy one year, in art vanee $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months 3 50 One copy one ye*r, paid in twfelve mos... 4 00 Fivecopies,.one year, in Vdrónce.v.-... .Us 50; Ten copie , one year, in *dwfce..v.vv.00 TwentyirtipMS, oricy'ear, in advfertce. .-.v. a UU n¿j- jOVcfrpi** must be sent te ' ttnc address,, when a Club is made up, in ordw'tb «éiiíre 6'úr «paper at the Club rales. .Vv Political Circulars, or comrtiunidtetibrts of • private or personal character, Will 'be chefged •a* advertisements. _ ffj- Ten litté «r'féCT.'bbVtótUn^XléfltftLre. Utiaallaittomj ^.ítotoments ma* 1Í¿EMÓA*L 'OA&DS, Eto. Dr. í?. 3Btair^is W...

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