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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 March 1861

* mi m ni r n* LOYAL, YET FREE; OBEDIINT, YET INDEPENDENT." W/ft £ VOLUMEIV Pisrfllancons IPtetisrments. . TUK STATE OF TEXAS. Sheriff of Calorado county— Gheetinq : ALTER TUFTS, Jr., and Charles O. , Colley, on the láth day of Maidb, filed their petition in the District Court of Coloríuío county against P.J. Ho Mister, 11. C. Drew iwd' A. F. Smith, late partners doing a mercantile bunnes 0 Colorado county, under the firm name and style of Iloliister, iMiiilh & Dtew,on .iwo several .first nñ1*- for th« '"n* °f 4J ! QQ, .bcaóng *d t« 5 b jfplj, I860, due ten.months arte.i1 date w,th jurrcvt fate of Exchange on New ¥ tk ; thf ifgfinml note for the sum f §$26 46-IU0, [dated 24th..November, i860, due eightmonths after date i with Current rate of Exchange on 'New York—both of aidi(Ote¡i made payable tt jtlw «ifte<?é «f U & U Mills,' GalvesloR—niul ls4 urayiiig fs r Writ of Aituchpwnt rfg&ms^ said HoUisterySmiUi am}. Drew.; And Qninsey Thomas aud the agent of said Tufts &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 March 1861

m THE CITIZEN. •JAMBS D,. li a K K K , BID M . BAKKK, A . n 1 C K 8 B A K K R , d I t OR S ■ «ARC H, - - 3 0, 4 8k . **-See notice of C«>l. D. VV. Tcrnrk, who will dispose of a Sue Race ILorse, ntattctidu, *Di "the T"7ih prox. Messrs. A. AJ. Wahker anil 1Ai.i.an Kibbie have put chased the Jefferson Her- 'ald. They mule ft gdo3 paper. The Telebraph luarns tlmt Ihe 'Stale Cuitvetyfioii oh ^londay^ -25 th. i tpST Mr. Kindúko lias sold otitIÍÍ8*áte'¿k tf groceries lo Mr. Piekpont, of New'Or leans, and whites those'indebted to-binito «all and settle. jPy The Telegrqpk states that James *Pi?kei.l, who murdered young Biro, near 8*n Felipe, in August, 1854, has been folly pardoned by Gev. Houston. He frits 'condemned to the Penitentiary for life—*it first'feeing death. Gen. Sam Houston. Ouról J'friend Eobert H.Oéfeonsx fays to the memory of oar lamented Jotin Jl. Robson a noble tribute. Mr. Osbornb wishes lo return " beautiful land''— Xexas. Come along Egbert, a hearty wel come awaits'yó...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 March 1861

1 the citizen. ******* ■*!•. a. BAKER A. II. BAKER J. . BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: SATURDAY ..MARVttSO. letters From Auaifii. ' E55 pec ill Correspondence df tho'CiHiCnlt] Austin, Marck '~24,1861. Ge*t$: Owing to sore «res,*! have*been unable lo write for a week, and,' besides, H a business of the Convection 1ms been 'of «o important a character, "*nd my time. • d mind so wholly engross*! ani octftt- pied with it, that I^haive'been '^wjthont Op- portunity to com mu mcit te with y 6a until "this day of mt, which has^n, f 61 d times, called the Lord'a Day, *b t *whtdi, • on the present occasion,*1 wHI mike ttiy, -day and yours, by devoting usyaaSf to the task of posting you up in relation to the actings and doings of the Iffrmáp 'Parlia- ment, or, a* ex-Go*. 4fooftc«ti e M vit,the *u Evergreens." During the penfténty -idf lhe frontier 'BtU, an enlisting officer arrived with in- structions from the War Department of ^ __J_. _r Confederate States, to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 30 March 1861

nrtrw tub colorado cmzBK. ¡ MisftttoitÉis 3¿fitet¡sraíiiis. ttikTKS 4H* A Si VISITS* a : One sq'tare, nie insertion..... $1 0 Each Subsequent insertion*......... Jl'^úiiísa Cards, (Micsquure, oa.e year 50 ...10- 00 • *Feírsix wmniJis. ® F )i Uir^ W® thf .... ................... 4 «10 liuh <* lu.nu,changed ejuarlcrly, one year.80 00 H? !f. /-'V Quarter colurtin OA LVFSTON c Alters BUSINESS Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINE-?, with tievy improve- 'ments, at rcdtieéid price3. 'l*fio Wheeler «St sti iísí:« ípt £€> s Wilson Sewing Machine 'Company, having 45 00 | gained all their suits at law wilii infringing .25 00 i manufacturers erf Sewing Machines, propose that I thai the public ¿hall he béneíiUcd thereby, jinil I have this day materially reduced the prices.— • . • V, ah ! "After this date they will be so'd at rates that One copy, .}ite > « , • < • • ' • *' j will pay a fair pióflBt on the cost of manufacture, < year, paid .n «rtjontl^ .. .) SOj any cx|,engc ,f mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 April 1861

IIP :* /•!/: * «r Hill .' u- • ;V , • -"-:>yi,; - =sa '10TAL YET ÍBEEÍ OBEDIENT, TIT I®DEPENDEülr.* VOLUME iy. COLOMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APKIL 6, IT Tke Old OLIY*R TIIlCLi BOLMO. Ob, for mm hoot of y : Gin back roy tun .'I'd rather laU(hha' Than reign a.gray- joy ¡red king-! M*én Off with the wrinkledspoils of ipi A War with hparning's crown ! Tear oOt lifeVwwdom written page And dash iutropkiea down ! One moment let my life blood stream From fcoyhoodn fount Of lia 1 "Give me one giddy, reelingdream, Of life all lore and fame*} (toning angel! i, calmly smil And, calmly smiling, said : "If I bnt touch thy silrerod hail Thy baity wish had sped. ••.But in their nothing in thytnck T bid thee fondly stay, WbiJe theseaeon hurry batik I for day Tw H. -I • 1 i nothing yet unsaid ' Before the change appears ? Remember, all thy gifts have fled With those dissolving yean!" Why, yes; for memory would iscdM My fond, paterntil joys; J could not bear to lea I'll take leave them *11— my girl an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 April 1861

■ DITO a i c It • B A Í. UP . • • i I 'y '-*?*Jr-W, •--./V > i">: T rr >•. I: í iy Elsewhere it will "be seen that out tor am forjjob -woík ira oMb. gp*° r.0,.J.'1SAT day's Ü -•i ii Ü- mehta-of Jas. ¿3ayVi«u<é^2 ■the market. e advertise- ouston, in to nil ireahfrorn %' -. #ar We have clanged oar • 'terms for announcing candidates fop. office,,!. We ábáll require $2 50 for. Town offices, $5 'for Cóontj- offieevand $10 for State—the ;'náneyt im every instance, to accompany «♦tin aamfettdement. : v .< :*— — -V> ■ tW We were well pleaded to cg«liMaj. Cha*. Bicklkt, K. G. *C.,in town thi* 4f|Wday)-raorrt?ng. He ison bis war to Galveston. The K. G. G. Lódga will 'hare rnmeimg Ho^fiigbt. We bare 'now growing, a fine bnnch of lettuen, wfekfb . was sqwo and fell on asm>ffi *boae, jft>óat« quarto of; an inch in diameter and two ¡debts long.,;. We ¡keep it in water and (it fioarishetb as Ibe "green bay tree." bad a violent dust storm here •On last Wednesday. On Tbnrsday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 April 1861

THE CITIZEN. J. B. UUI BEK.tt. UXU.... .A. H. BAKER J. D. BAKEKA BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: SATURDAY APRIL 6. m i THE STATE4 OF TEXAS. To #ie Sheriff •/ Colorado county-*Guesting : WALTER TUFTS, Jr./an* Charles O. Coltey, do the 15th day i>f 'March, 1861, filed theii petition in the Distriot Gourt of Colmado eounty-fcgainst D. J. HóHwtfer, H. C. Drew and A.-"F. "Smith, late partners doin; a mercantile busrnemf in Colorado «ounty; under the firm, name and *yle of Hottfotfer, Smith & Drew, on two several prnmtaiissory notes—the first note for the earn of $174¡ 49-180,'bearing date 5tb Jnly, 186®, ^ue ten months after date with current rate of Exchange on New-¥ ork ; the second note for 4he sum af $226"46-100, dated 24th November, i860, doe eight months after date, with current rate of'Exchange on, New York—both of HrftI notes made payable at the office of R & D G Mills,'Galveston-Jand also praying for Writ of Attachment against - Mid Holliater, Smit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 6 April 1861

m / - v--" ilanroits ^ftrfftismtnts. oO of .ged ■muiite a square. j Late y —ve a book one day, rought it buck, 1 laid it by ¡ «ttle either had to say — v was so strange ami 1 «o shy. yet we loved indifferent thing*— :be sprouting buds, the birds in tune; I Time stood still and wreathed his wings .Vilh rosy links from June to June. For beT what task to dare or do f , What peril tempt ? what hardships bear 9 Bat with her, ah ! she never knew My heart, and what was bidden there 2 And she with me so cold and coy. Seemed like a maid bereft of sense; Bnt in a crowd all life and joy, -And full ol blushful impudence She married! well, a woman needs A mate, her life and love to share— ' And little cares sprung up like weeds, And played around her elbow-chair. And years rolled by, but, I content, Trimmed my one lamp, and kept it bright, 'T ill age's touch my hair besprent With rays and gleams of silver light. And then it chanced, I took the book, Which the had read in days gone by, And as I r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 May 1861

-^•¿5*5 • . • r^t0 " £ S^SJfeí. . Mpap^ÉB '■ ": *•• ' -. L, ft pW S-->'2 v 8 i|§| ^ r ■mgasssm ■MMéb mJk1 g^Beepepeppi ■ :"'"íi -1*^' ^ P'- ¡J-iifi r ""LOYAL, YET FREE; OBEBIlft, YET I NDEPE N D E Ñ T." - SZy £ •COLUMBUS, TEXAS, MAY 11,1861. • -k . • Altlr—* FrVttrd of LsM ©fthe South! Wmm I fieWa, her tr*vcrsed#treams srtjfj weabh renewv i : ppot ivb view ! ! a free born raec, They Touch a Patriot line; "Ready .the feeman'a van to face, A ad gnard their country's shrine. 'By eire and son a haloing light Hirongh time is bor ie along— They " nothing a ¿fe bat what iarig'it, And yield to nothing wrong!" 'Fair of the ftoutfc I rare beauty's crown Ye wear Wilh matchless grace ; No chumo fair of old renown Doerra a higher place ! '-Toar Vestal robes alike bceorte The palace and the cot ; 'Wive , mother?, daughters! every home Te make a cherished spot! Flag of the Sonth * A ye, fling iti fo!3fe Upon the feind-eri breczf : tEmblem of jrczd to tyrants hold— Of freedom on the seas! Foreve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 May 1861

% Islfe, 'v^~ ««ifFi THE CITIZEN. •JAMBS D . B A B a S M. BAKE A . II ICK8 6 Ait l k e ryl ER, EDITORS. ***>. ) ¡y M tl , 3 8 6 1 S -e riot ice of David Tookk, who is now «-ifntor f.ff {¡is g.iuOa at cost for Cíiíli. C.il! afifl see. Aspect ©f the War* Everything rntlicaiiis i!uit we are to have war in earnest. The head-strong President Since onr first issue, our patrons wi'l bear us out in the assertion that wi have of ih^Oiiited States, having usurped the) not,in a single instance, wantonly-«scused =*! ro: mm ST si tier W hicSi Sí. i u g í¡ powers ©f Congress, trampled on free gov- ernment and made himself a Military Dictator, and in effect declared war against the Si'Uih, t í; e program mo seems to be war and only war. Pit; posit ions of pence are spurned bv the Usurper, although he trembles in his boots at the capital for his personal safety — the inhuman Tvranr, ! Traitor and Enemy to Republican liberty. ■ Onr'lliisiih** ífr¿ '«l« 'fn'"Xtr. ifuM*. hnving Btirrounded himself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 May 1861

WñMm ts Éll =m . U. UIU. . /. .A. IT. BAKER -Se BKafHERS, >ÍT# S AirD^lttJPRI^TORS. 1, TEXAS: , W iM3á 11. J1'. if ■ tfeceasitycompde us to «all on all those ni to ttt to paj op. We "Weed fcvory dol- t U doe iia—that i all We ask, no mure, in «b country can pay m with hut- wood, ¿te., for which we •Sée." «ira bo found We are mico Col. 'county, as a «of America. Eíecttor We are «atfcortaed'to «nn38i cc fl. J , á acandidate for ind Ofccfc Election "first Mon- !! Montgomery, Mat's.—'Congrét* sat with closed door all of yesterday. Tlie ▼ail o( secrecy was removed frorá an act wliiuh passed, providing for the formation of h rigid enl of knaves. Restitutions were adopted, allowing «H persons in the slave- holding States desiring paténtalo file ca- veats with the Attorney General. Oen. Beaureguard mnd Mr. Rastel, cor- respondent of the London Times, are both in this city. There ia nothing new from "Peiwacola. Annapolis, May 4.—The-President has made another requisition on Pennsylvania f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 11 May 1861

Hi ¿P isMla f c ns ¿Uanlisemeitts. >) l-G ffilaítióii HHP E E, WILL S I AND for marcs (limited-to sixty) at n v ranche i* Golorado'-coufnty,'Texas, twenty nulos b^low Columbus, and six milc.4 be: ,!,v^r'^Vuf',ing,m, s l'cr,,.V' at #5(1 lire season - itimicy to ii« ¡wri'i ir al instances when taken away. Ten dctíárs per month fur keeping, if "yftíhi"fóéu ; litre dollars oiilv, if oh pasture rupee r Is of a r.oh mahogany brown color, very war sixteen hand* high, seven years oW, '«.nil tins . provtu liimfclf one of tjje very btvl horses/// nil " distances ihal'cver. was on tlje American Turf. Ue beat e>%ry hon>o he ever ran against; 3a<1 i his last race—four' mile-dx-sts— in which be bra) ^'•T*>ci McGullin, Cafvit afid Red .Jacket, in- 739, 7 S5, is regarded as on ul the *4i«st races ever made in the. South. P K D inn E E : Rupee is by Vjucbff. by Wagner, bv Sir "Charles. by Archy. The dam of Rupee, Ha'- penny .Iby Bonningham; ofrund" tlam. Picayune, by .VÍedox ¿ gr at g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 May 1861

«1 "V* •% Jb. T YMI ■(fsh-m'.[ñ "'■' * ■ iT«a í ft'rsfei " piíSS 4É «WBEJSt "LOYIL, YET FÉEÉ; OBEDIENT, YET INDEPENDENT/' 3MMV m,i ■**..> COLORADO CITIZEN. i«-ti..y. •"— * ^ - COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1861. NUMBER ADVERTISING: iñsertÜ*,..... 81 00 - ■ -*«*- —? CA It HIIBflWH ". • • . *V rV.. ."one «qéare, o e year..10 00 For six mouths. 6 00 Q^^oKim^. ,....25 00 SVB^itlÍTiOll: *- ^*Ss5" pne year, in ad vanee $3 00 rpne year/paid in six months.... 3 50 i__y oge yeat, paid Jt> twelve naos... 4 00 •WW ?® * ycar. in adv*iree^.^..l2 50 i copy one year, in advance..™. .20 00 qty copie*. one year, in advance. — .35 00 * " copies must be sent to one addrei*, -wncit 4 V tub is made op, in order to seture oar ¿•per it tHe CÍ¿b| le . Siisc A« a*i cemeiitt^ [ Inyariably in Advance^} State Offioes..... ¿................. .$10 00 «Connty Ofteea 5 00 Corporation Offices * 50 É Cinphn*. or communications of .* prívale er personal character, will be charged an idvnttwneati. ft*7- Ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 May 1861

r w. any change in regard to Fort Pickens no- tice.would be given to the Commissioners. The crooked path of diplomacy can scarcely furnish an example so wanting in courtesy, in candor and directness, as> was the course of the United States Govern- ment towards our Commissioner* at Wash- ington. For proof of this I refer to die aaaesed-dooaments market), taken in clip ¿action with further facts which I-now pro- ceed to relate. Early in April the attention of the whole country was attracted to the extraordinary preparations for an extensive military ami sSFawaLexpedition in New York, and other Northern ports. These preparations com- menced in secrecy, for an expedition whose destination was concealed and only became known'.when nearly completed, and on the d í\h of April, transports and >f war witli troops, munitions and ^supplies, sailed from Northern iq4 Southward. so extraordinary a demon- stration, th% Commissioner requested |he delivery of an answer to their official com . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 May 1861

ir. lálOÉti • ' - -M- I f ■ baker a. h.bak«* . Í J>. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AUD PROPRIETORS. columbus, texas: ^MÁT 18. t Necessity compel s us to'Tcáíl on nil those indebted tons to pay up. We need every dol- lar that U doe ns^—that is a]l we ask, no more. Our patraña in the country can pay us with but- ***• ®?S* chickens, wood, &c., for which we will pay the market-price. We can be found «loor office. !33F we are authorized to añnounco Cól. A. M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a .candidate to represent the Seeond "Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of América. Election next August!* We are authorized to announce "fi. J JONES of Grimes e ounty, as a candidate Tor the General Land Office. Election first Mon- day in Angnst.* . The proceedings of the meeting on the San Barnard, and other articles, are kid over tilia Week, for want of time to put them in type. . p" Gen. Bragg has received several heavy pieces of cannon, and is preparing to at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 18 May 1861

1 Mu ' ' rT íí CI «i n ¡i - 18 ¿ftaíIVoiv E ü P E E, STAND for marcs (limited to sixty) at. n y ranche i Colorado county, Texas, fáFfc ty*,ni 1es below Cbhunbus, and six mites be- low Dr. Washington's.?etrry, at $50't!ic season — money to be pttjd in a I insUmces whew taken; away. Ten dollars per mouth for keeping, if: grain feed : throe dollars only, if on pasture >; RUPEE Is of 3 fieh irnhogafty'brown color, very near ewteeri h'-inris hi h, seven years old, and has (iroTetl one of *he very bost horses at all distn/cer (htt cvr was on the American Turf, tie beat eVery horse lie ever ran against ; and his last raen—four mile heats—in which he beat Tom MeG&ffin, Calvit and Red Jacket, in 7 39, "7:35, is regarded an on'ól the bust races ever ■saade iti the South. .! PEDIGREE: , jRnpc8 is by Voucher, by Wagner, by Sir Charles, by Archy. The datn of Rupee, Ha1- ipeunv. byBirmingham ; grand dam. Picayune, ¿by Medu*-; gr at grand dam, bj? William, of vFraiikf' rt,; great great gran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 May 1861

i/. irtiiii nnrra~*Y ■ VOLUME IV. ad Pheebc TI C RALLA© A P A mmmm. And abe TIZEN. "L O Y A L, YET FEEE; OBEDIENT, YET INDEPENDENT.'' COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1861. dwefe, > Brown; ^ f, fcor ba^r wai Mack cred by good judges tobe WtWK. i na nearly «ventee , •yet were sparkling bright i ly girl was she - - And fui about a year and a half there had been *y>a yeoug Man paying attention t« her by '■ ' tbe natne of Reuben Wright . Now, Reuben was a ata* young ma As any 4a the town; And Phcebe 'loved him Tory dear— But on account of his being obliged to. work far &Me to old Mr. and Mrs. Bnwa, H«r parents were resolved " Another she should wed : |gW ¥ ' A rich eld miser in tiie place— And Old Brown frequently declared that, rather - than have his daughter many Reuben Wright, he'd sooner knock himin the head. But Phcebe> heart was brave and strong, -Ji I've patent ' Wright so bold, than fifty times that of PiKEbv) he didn't loir the whole race of-Browns. Brown aad Reu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 May 1861

'• i i BIN mm-- * á *3 THE CITIZEN. JAMES D . BAKER, 1 'BEN M . BAKER, V E DI T 0* 8. A . I1ICK8 BAKER, ') May ... 95, 1*61 . J&r Tbe Poetmast )r-Geiieral intends Copending tire «team mail service in the seceded Stales. Tim-Emperor Napoleon,'It restated, agent t.ráyelirg ill rough tbe-Souih, iiameU 'Bauouoíie. /*#• See' advertisement of "Bi'LftifOTON Daon in another column to d .y. Fresh 'Groceries are now being received by them. 4~í¡v«them a nil. •MTA Government (C. S) train of twenty «six wagons, passed through Co- )ii'ii bus on Fiiday, loaded wiih_provisions fur the troops in Texas. A telegraphic dispatch siiys 'that XJImrleston >0 arbor 'is efficiently blockaded by tfie steamer lluntsville dud the ^United S.ates' frigale Niagara . fiT The war expenses of the Federal G. vernineut are enormous, and fears are üMerUimd tlriitii sufficient means to carry on the %Ar canndt be raised. tW Dispatches from California state tbai -great excitement prevails in that StaUabont the war, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 May 1861

CITIZEN. * • BÉI9. N. BAKER. , . . A. Do BAKBR *BRO¥OEB8, AITD PROPRIETORS. Ü$,TEXAS: .. ."MAY U5. ■áf..*"" -- compel sf "es tocall'on all those a>p¿£«p, We need every dol- i ■•—lint Is til "we auk, no tnóre. r in the-"country eam"pay uswlthtful- i, wodd,dtc., for which we i market price. Wo 'cUo be foufnd Pe are authorized to annourtco Col. M. LEWIS, óf Washington county, as a i to represent the Second"Of>n£resfeional t District In- the Congress if the (-oiiftdefate Stateoaf A—rica 'Election neit Atognbt • We are authorized rto • announce H. *3 ' JON Ed* of Grimes * oun y,-aa a candidate' f6r the Geasml Land Office. 'Election :<ErH Mon- O* We had roasting etrs from ^ur ^ardeir on 17 8m card of the Alley ton Odette of i of the Golden X/ireIe,fwho meet every ly night at the tWNi Hall. We are I to learn that this Castle m a flourish- ing condition. -5- .... ' IT Wo were sborn, this week.by our'lYIend Mia. Obonshain, a large red-beet grown in her gardaa. It measared eighteen i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 25 May 1861

THE colorado citizen. | sgjfottllantons &injcrtismcnts. 50 .10 00 . 6 00 ,. 4 0 V" RATES OF AI>VI3 TISIJ*C : One q.i^r«v .me; insertion SI 00 Each Súbecqveat insertion Easiness Cards, one Square, one year "For six months. Foi three mont! .... One columu, changed quarterly, one year.bO 00 Half " « *2 J® Quarter column • ~9 ua SUBSCRIPT!©* í "One copy one year, in art vanee $3 00 One Copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 Otc copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 iiO- Five copies, one year, in advancc 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance......; .20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 AH eopi°« must be sent to one address, when a llub is nu*fc> tip, in order to eciure our. paper at the Club rates. Aaaotiiicei Jrofessimtal. PLEASANTS. .R. S. 11AUTSF1KLD. E.M GLENN. . W M. GLENN [Invariably State Offices. sent*) Adv^an^ce.l '..$10 00 County Offices £ 00 Corporation Offices ? (far Political Circulars, or communications of k private or personal character, will be ...

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