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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 February 1858

.A- U( &B .«¡f v- '.: : •'•/ «t í*i.i ••>.*« '••: HÍS «= vH' HE • * V f-Jfii OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. VOLUME L COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1858. NUMBER 30. * 1HE CITIZEN 18, PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BT J. D. BAKER & BROS. e Law of ¡Vewnpspers. Sibscribers who do -not give express notice to the conUary,are considered as wishing to con tanúe their suba cription. If subscribers. order the discontinuance of their .papers, publishers maj continue to aend them «mil atl arrearages are paid. if subscribers neglect or reftise to take their MMfoHB the post office to which they are sent, responsible until they pay np. If iúbséribers remove to other places with. > Uiejiublisher. und t{i e paper is sent fare liefd responsible, d that refusing to •or payer.sfout the office, or re. moving" and lefsiug it uncalled Ut, iéprimafaci evidence of fraud. ~ The dark side of the Picture MMicttmes the most Trothfnfpf {Written for the ColoradoCitfeen.] It certainly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 February 1858

1 m m |l may ilm be observed" that at h<>|te. il' such had existed, that tie 'lWfTeka Coü~ «iilmton would ever be recognized by Congress, Mont have been abandoned. Congress had ad- j >urned on the 3d of March previous, having re- cognized the legal existence of the Territorial legislature in a variety ef forms, which I need n-t enumerate. Indeed, the delegate elected to t'ie flouse of Representatives, under a Territorial •whieh hae-thus been created. For my own part, I am decidedly in favor of its admission, and thus terminating the Kansas question. This will carry out the great principle of non-intervention, re- cognized and sanctbned by the organic act, whifch declares, in express language, in favor of non intervention by Congress with slavery in the States or Territories, leaving " the people thereof free to form and regulate their domestic institu- tions in their own way, subject only to the Con- taw, had been admitted to his seat, and had just . - c. - ,, «rampleted hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 February 1858

«¿r- t. 1 * «>■■ ■ . ;";n' ' "t*v'"": • -••<*v T - s& «¡Oflhv ■9 •'■■■ * •••-• ; ■ u¡4 H *! Étt£l ,y.M2l UIWMWifrWB . t: - a ha ~v %mWm > *ü OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, T H B SOUTH, AND THE UNION. i:r VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, . • *" M¿v¿fn Mi 1 IT FEBRUARY 27, 1858. NUMBER 81. THE CITIZEN . • IS PÜBfclSHED WEEKLY, , Bt J. B. BAKER & BROS. Ttoe Law of Newspapers. T S tbocribers who do not (five express notice to. ^he contrary, $re considered a wishing to con tinue their subscription. K ■ siitocribws ordér the discontinuance of tfifftr papers, publishers inaj continue to t>end themuofil ail arrearages are paid. *-tf'-'tfnUbrfters neglect or refuse to take their papers from the port office to which they areseut, they are held responsible until they pay op. *1? subscribers remove to other places trith- aut «"("'•■airur the publisher, and the paper is sent to the foiuerdircction, they are held responsible. , W courts Iiavc decided^ that refusing té ||üre a periodical or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 February 1858

V g V- ' I Ü THE CITIZEN, j. d. bakkil... ben. m. baker a. b, baker J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS A2JD PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Feb. 27,1858. (£^ATo Legal Advertisement mill be inserted in the Citizen unless accompanied by the _ cash, as it is more trouble with such advertise- ments, to collect the money than to make it. A lady's breast pin was found in our streets the other day, which the owner can have by calling at this oflice and de- . sftibing the property. Jt3T The Post-office has been removed to thf store of the Messrs. IIaiibert, where it will be kept in future. i t jpy Reference is invited to the adver- " tisement of Messrs. Folts & Oakes, to be ■ found in another column. Customers will ( find the"! <?le*er and accommodating gen- tlem^n&d libefal in tbeir dealings. tar We direct the attention of builders tó the advertisement of the ""County Com- missioners, in another column of to-day's • "1 V;'5 .paper. Jfy The party at the Globe Hot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 February 1858

~i "i. r' -iistÉ. - ' vr ■ÍWÉ B THE COLORADO CITIZEN.. Cuds, one square, one umn. m- ¡BTI8IIVG: ........«1 00 50 year.,..10 00 6 00 4 «0 I quarterly! one year.80 00 - J ■ ♦« 45 00 25 00 Jtimoti Wcenieril of Candidates • 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of jk private or pcrsonal character, will be charged a* adVertisnments. TffZf Te lines or less, constitute a square. SUBScilfTIOJi: bne copy one year, in advance One copy one year, paid in six months.. One copy one year,, paid in twelve moa. Five copies, one year, in advance. Ten copies, one year, in advance..".... Twenty copies, one year, m advance.,.. .fj> uu -fl*7-All copies most be setat to ohe address, "ien a,l*lub is made up, in order to sfecurc our , the Cljib rates. v .$3 00 3 50 : 4 00 .12 50 .20 00 Which we offer to punctual customers on time. We intend to keep up a good stock of both Dry Goods and Groceries, and solicit a liberal share of public patronage. Please call at,the old stand of Levinson & Baker, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 February 1858

9 -f; Mi ■ • ' r> : f%.v h r ¥ mk To Mechanics, Inventors and Manufacturers. r f~.- "I .*«! V M*rí—sé •'! .it } V («rdlanfous ^il'filknnciils. Uttrauitiic Z¡- ■' n í • jr i • ; l f * í M . i ' ■■ i' ~annotm$wg the IjhHtapatlv Atnnfcal YoU tJÍé Scvtñtífi&'Ainericaii, the Pubhsh- cnTrespectfníi iiifonn the public ihat in ordcr tó • #iweiefcae and stimulate the formation of cíubs, ■ they «propose to offer ' 1,1 ' Ilfteeji ktnidreij dollars In Cash Premiums for the fifteen largest lists of PdBsCfibera sent by the 1st of January, 18513; and said premiums to *$• Hfetr'bnted as'follows: J- I ' 'Pfkr thy larfCrit list, Sí'lfl, 2d, $250, 3d, $200, *h. *150, 5&, 8100,6th, $90, 7th, $80, SU , «7«: 9>h:. $60,10th, ¿Sp/IliV, 940,13th $-35, 13 h* 30,14th«. 25, 15th, 20 J9<tfties of Subscribers can be sent in at qiffer- pif'l times and from different 1 ost Offices. Tiie cash will be paid to the orders of the sue •?'<&¿fuf«fcm! elftor¡ j immediately after the first df JaiHwe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 March 1858

ViJ • fee- OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THR SOÜTH, AND TÉE UNION. £ VOLUME 1. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1858. NUMBER 34. the citizen IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, By ¿f. D. BAKER & ?ROS. - The Law of Newspapers. Subscribers who da not give express notice tu the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers maj continue to send •hem until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglcct or refuse to take their pfepcrs from the post office to which they are sent, they are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with- oftt informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to.the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leavinglt uncalled for, is prima facie evideace of fraud. Reckless Temerity.—An exchange re- lates the following instance of reckless te- merity,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 March 1858

m k bave been called upon to decid® questions which were political in their nature, (and which involved the powers and just prin- ciples dC government on the one hand, ana tike rights and liberties ©f the peoplo_ on the otto*. feut if the courts Weitf required every day to decide politieal questions, the casona would be only so much stronger "%nd niore numerous, if the judges shouid not bo political partisans. In iny humble opinion^ all that can be Said in favor of making party nominations itfr Judicial offices, proceed from a false v¡e v of the iuiture of the Judicial office. Although the Judiciary is a branch of the Govqnjment, aqd the administrationyt law *á properly a part of the acitíhco of Gov or nme,nt*etill there is an essential difference 4>eiween the power of the Judiciary and the powers of the Legislative and Execu- tive branches of the Government. It is "the duty of the Legislature to jnake laws and establish a policy, and it is the duty of the Executive branch of Gov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 March 1858

-THE COLORADO CITIZEN. I RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Square^ one insertion $ 1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Easiness Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 For cix months. * 6 00 Fat three months 4 M0 Quo column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 flalf " " " " " 45 00 ^Quarter column 25 00 Announcement of Candidates 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of * private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. (JJ* Ten lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: Obe-copy one yfear, in advance........ .$3 00 Ope Copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one yea , paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance........20 00 Tweifty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 All copies mast be sent to one address, g hen a Club is made up, in order to secure our packet at the Club rates. ' (Tf We are authorized to announce S. S" ¿HUNGER, Esq., of La Grango, as a .candidate for District Attorney of the first J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 March 1858

m have been called up whioh were politico- the rights and 1 the otfxgr. But oaa-líüolsLy Z^^oTm'ESTER!! , , ;?iiinc was introduced and used for i the first time during tlic harvest of lhoG, aud, though new, it has air *ady established for itself a refutation which has never been reached by aVy combined Reaper and Mower in a single season, and it now occupies a position far in ad- vance of all its competitors. Nearly two hun- dred aod fifty machines weré sold during the lust harvest, and the demand not supplied, in the ¡Stales of Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama. Georgia, South Carolina and Texas, establishing the fact nost conclusivelv that, for universal use, economy, strength and efficiency, this machine, both a, a KEAPEE AND MOWER, is everythiug that is desirable. Price, including double trees, neck-yone, &«., complete SI50, Cash. W. T. SCOTT & Co., No. 46, Union Street, New Orleans, La., are agents for the sale fo this machine. "10 The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 March 1858

mi-^ •/ : ti • ■ é "■/< ■ . - taPÉff1 ' /n >4,^Í£Íí; ' / " ' %•••' iS *v ' v - OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, T H®' S'O ÜT H, ASB THE UNION. -U CITIZEN WÉBKL"Í* m J: D: IfAKER & BROS. ■ *■•••• • • ■ " '■ ■ The Law of Newspapers. Sabscribeva whe do not five express notice to^th* contrary, are considered as wishing to con order the discontinuance of may Continue to «end ig«are paid. ¡ct or refuse to take their f office to which they are sent, . |«ble until they pay up. *. subscribers remove to other places with. o4t httbrnring the publisher, and the paper is sent 4othó former direction, they are held sponsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and Leaving it uncalled for, in prima facie -evident of fraud. i ' 1 i. If LAST BALL. I always,bated balls. I may as well 'say at once that I ara not pretty—not even good looking. I am small, with small eyes, and neither a good figure nor an attractive iace. There, it is said. l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 March 1858

THE CITIZEN. l.d. bakbr..' benim. baker. a. b.baker J.D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PRO PRIEtORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, March 27, '58. fáfNo Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the Citizen unless accompanied by the cash, as it is more trouble with such advertise- inents, to collect the money than to make it. We are requested to state lliat Mr. Bat will enter iinon Lis duties in the.Co- hnnbrre Seminary on Monday next. At the Tequest of several of the patrons, young ladies will be received into the school. TLeir studies and recreations will be sepa- rate from the boys, and afe all times under the control of one of the teachers. W Our friends, J. G. Logue & Co.^ (?ee card) have their stor^ in this place, groaning under the weight of goods, wares and merchandise—indeed, a very large "Uluuh wkiaU they say they are deter- mined to sell low; and judging from the very favorable purchases made by their Dr. Loop*, of pome $10,000 worth of goods within a few days p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 March 1858

THE COLORADO CITIZEN. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One Squafe, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Bnciness Cards, one square, bne year. ...10 00 For six months 6 00 Fo* three months 4 00 One column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half n " " " " 45 00 Quarter eolnmn 25 00 Anñoa ncement of Candidates........ .. 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisement . (tír.Ten lines or less constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, hi advance......... .$3 00 One copy one year, paid m six months.... 3 50 One copy one yaaz, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance ..12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance .20 00 ' copies, one year, in advance 35 00 1 fob associate justice. ET We are authorized to announce the Hon. JAMES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as-a candidate for Associate Jusfice of the Supreme Court of the State of Texas, to fill the place made vacant ■by the resignation of Judge Wheeler. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 27 March 1858

Merantile ^iírfríismtttts Tli© Kontuoüy HARVESTER!! rf!TÍ' machine was introduced asd used for X ih -first lime during the harvest of 1856, and. tlwajl new, it has already established for itself a reputation which has never been reached by any combined Reaper and Mower in a single season, and it now occupies a position far in ad- vance of all its competitors*. Nearly two hun- dred and fifty machines were sold during the last harvest, and the demand not snpplied, in the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, South G&rolina and Texas, cstabl' Jiing the fact most conclusively Hint, for universal use, ceonomy, strength and efficiency, this machine, both a* a ESAPEE ÁEB MOWEH, is everything that is desirable. Price, including double trees, neck voKe, eomok-te §150, Cash. W. T. SCOTT & Co., No'. 46, Union Street, New Orleans, La., are agents for the sale fo this machine. nlO The ^lab aad Specificaiions OF. the Jail t/ b« bmlt in Col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 April 1858

í2H t ' '>■ OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE pOUTH, AND THE UNIQN. ' ' 1 * VOLUME I COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1858. NUMBER 37. THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ff.J. D. BAKER'«& BROS. The Law of Newspapers. 1 i Subscribers who du not give express notice tu the contrary, axe considered as wishing to con tmue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of "their papers, publishers may continue tof send -"áÜM*a nntn.aU arrearages are paid. • If subscribers *** ic'r >i 11111 "i i1111 ii In n nil li tbey are sent, M&éjjkre helti responsiblé until they pay up. v^If subscribers remove to other places with- { sat informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they arc held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled for, is prima fpcie evidence of fraud. pf% i Northern Literature. BT'e. H. OSBOSNE. ** - jWritten for the Colorado Citizen.] r"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 April 1858

íse ..Ben. a. BAKER A. O. BAKER * BROTHERS, S AKD PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, April10,1858. ■n • **** JÜ V — - ; (gjrNo Legal Advertisement trill be inserted in the Citizen oities* accompanied by the cash, at it is more trouble with such advertise- • mentí, to collect the money than to lnake it. £3TTbe liev. L. II. Joses will hold Divine Service in tlie Courthouse to-mor- row at 11 o'clock. t&- R. J. Pctnev, Esq., will deliver an Address in theiutheran Church to-morrow evening, at early candle-lighting. mr J. M. Cummins offers for «ale his beautiful country residence and farm, situ ated four miles west of Columbus. .The •nit on this fawn is of a superior quality, and' the beauty of the situation for a resi- , dence, and its natura! advantages, are not easily surpassed. It occnpies an elevated position, has timber on the North to keep old Boreas in check when he rages in winter; on the East is prairie, and on the South a beautiful prospect opens to the eye of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 April 1858

O* (T J>~ TIZE OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1858. THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, By .J. B. BAKER & BROS. Xke Law of Newspapers. • Subscribers who do not give express notice It the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to tend iham until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their «apera from the -post office to which they are sent, aey are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places'witfe- ant infoemmg the publisher", and the paper is sefct io tho former direction, they are held responsible. The courts háve dOTiided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaving it uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of fraud. Facts and Htsts to Farmers.—Money skil'fatiy expended in dryipg land by drain- ing or otherw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 April 1858

ZEN. f. . .A. B. BAKER [TH£RS, 'iETORS. .17,1858. $11 be inserted %panied by the t such adeertise- to make it. held on the to elect officers je notice of elec- tee £0 tax payers, lid them must ' still continue .rn counties, as "We under antera spread in their gar- were horrified rs eat the do- Jes. We learn appearance in bounty, and we the crops. re. Carnes & i .irs in our paper Verences in our otnpt and en- es hare been eely during iends in the 1 ^ rod provision very thing for 3 time past .8 upon the quantities of the river. \rbebt have and are pre- eir customers >f dry goods. *e and well ,,, ©f great < receired. %med nd is ) He of ved as *h- oc- '1, is Tlie People vs. the Austin Clique. Everywhere throughout the broad ex- panse of Texas, voices are raised' in oppo- sition to the course pursued by the Central Clique at Austin, in regard to Judicial nominations, and in approbation of the bold, manly and independent action of Hon. James II. Bell. The Marshall Republican, a,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 April 1858

# I \*'''•&-* V/' Ww H ' wm^ ^ * áyízEN OF ADVERTIS Dm Square, one insertion Each subsequent insertion Business Cards, oúc square, one year for six months... 6 ^ Tta three months.. ;. .y. • •. ...... 4 00 One column, changed quartei^fni^yeari 80 00 Half' «. «. - 45 00 Quartercolnmn 00 Aimoa ncement of Candidates.5 00 0^7"Political Circulars, or communications df a private or personal character, will be charged '• as advertisements. 1 Ten lines or less * constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, hi advance $3 00 : Osé copy one year, paid in riz months.. . 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copre*, one year, in advance 12 50 Tan copies, one year, in advaqpe. .20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance.... .35 00 {^7~ All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. ' FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. tt7 We ate authorised to announce the lion. Í A MES tí. BfcLL, of Brazoria, as a candidate foi| Ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 April 1858

,n- ;rsal for pur • 1, for ¡rom has -d 7 Is I or m- )e- \D- !asc for ele- md by tts- c no ; various ¿repa* ¿iions now oefore the public, pur- porting to be Vermifuge and Liver Pills. All others, in comparison with Dr. McLane's, are worthless. The genuine McLane's Vermifuge and Liver Pills can now be had fit all respectable Drug Stores. FLEMING BRO'S, <0 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. $ole Proprietors. For b*?c in Columbus by BOWERS, LOGUE & Co. THE AMERICAN BARS£gLA<&&g m j. a. nash, editott amd publisher. fflcmatile %i)bertiscmc(ifs. l. m. nkvv60m c. m. LACEY. L NEWSOM. & WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Gr XS. O O E3.SS, COLUMBUS, TEXAS. CHÁHLE3 WOL1 OLF & HENRY, | | BLACKSMITHS, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas: WOULD respectfully inform the citizens o Columbus and vicinity that they are now prepared to do all kind of work in their line of business, via: ihc iroi.ing o( new cairiaijes, as well as the repairing of those which have been damaged in their iron work, shoeing ...

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