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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 June 1861

_r • • U i "LOYAL, YET FREE; OBEDIENT, INDEPENDENT." a SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1861. number «¡¡■fed -if,- • i ' ÍrOBLD. BOO MRptoi the'dim presenceof'theawful Night Clpspa inits jewelM sftns the'Hsinbering earth, AkW t éftbf the lowVligfit That, like a dream-ifreffliH encnwyhearth, joy-teeming vefathe'in my hadd— m _. ~ HPlPV £Lí£\ ¿-©"¿i w-r. tftía It may be Of iÍNÍPP«HPIri. gíSrioaí^ro^ny the whirlwind of «feíís taighty 'strain vision lands forever Tar and free ! it mind beaming through (hose phantom : crowds, ...... Like evening son from oat a belt of esotras. It ffcy be Miurow, on bis Seraph wings, r. Searing to heights of'grandenr yet untold: Now deep where horrid shapes of darkness clings; Now lost in splendor at the íe'etvéf God; Girt with the/terrwr of avenging skiés, -Or Wrapt rn dreams of infant Paradise. with bis misty shades, ■' Where form*of beauty wondrous tales rehéeise With broexy visits, and%ith cool:¿rdades, Opening forever in his antiqoe verse. ~4l may be Chaucks, with...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 June 1861

m Oefeuct1 ol Texas. We take the following from the San An tonio Ledger, of tbe 28th ult.: Hbau Qüabtbms. Troops in Texas, SaW' AnTonio, Texas, May 24, 1861. General Orders, \ - "No. 8. J 1. Two lioos of defence for the Western frontier of Texas aro *herebv est Wished — tb<rf|i«t line t<> extend form lied í¿lvftrltb the junction of the North and main Cofo- #tia8V«lfo "seco till line -|"rofrti "Fort, "Inge to Fort Bli*s. The fir t line *wiil"embractj the t'blkrilvSug utrifitiry stations; viz: A 'camp ¿á$éir5*j«#ir¡jfi#d.Tiiver, opposite Fls.' Col-b od Aibackle, 1. T. Camp Cooper, Fori tMfflfoUrtiii,'Galríp'Colór do, arid a Cfifcip ''at Aerjunction of rfie North and, Main HJonokds. * ^The second line Vill "Unbrace Jlfca "following military stations viz : Fort 'Bliss, Fort Quitmau, Fort Davis, Camp 'Slocktón, Fori Lancaster, Fort Clurk^Jort logetowd^Camp Wood. The first line will -b<**gs*rÍ8oned by the fi:st,regiment of Tex - 'as Mounted Riflemen, and Edgar's Battery -«if '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 June 1861

4 r—•• • THE CITIZEN. sgy-1 ■ ■ --== J. D. UIU. KH. M. BAKER A. B. BAKERS " j. d.baker & BROTHERS, | EDJLTORS AND PROPRIETORS. - ^ - ===== 1 COLUMBUS, TEXAS: SATURDAY, Neensitj compel s ua to call on all those indebted to ua to pay op. We riecd evety dol- lar that is doe us^-that is all we ask, no wore. Oar patrons in the countrytfan"pay os "with bol- ter, éggs, chickens, wood,*&c., for which wc will pay the market pricc. V/e can be found at our office. We. ara authorized to annooneo Col. A. Hi. LEWIS, of Washington vconnty, as a candidate to represent tho Sefíotíd'Congressional District in |Jie Congress of Ikhe Cóiíftdetate States of America. Election next A ugust * We are authorized to 'Annouftde H. J JONES, of Grimes county, srs'a'tarididate'for the GeOohft Land Office. Election first Mon- day in August.* |^|CoL C. C. HERBERT is a candidato for a seat in the Confederate Oon'grCSs-elec- tion next August. MANY VOTERS. jy We arc authorized to announce JOHN T. H ARCOURT, Esq ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 15 June 1861

f¡p¡f ' m ¿Smm COLORADO CITIZEN- isnUanidíis Jci) ü crtisí mcuts. BATES OF ADVERTISING: ■■¡¡i *" . * 0'i6 square, e insertion.. ¿ $] 00 J¡¡ tcii Subsequent insert 10 . 50 Bjsines* Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 •For six months. 6 00 tbneinoBth . 5¿ 4 «>0 ÍO column, changcdNjaartcrly, one year.80 00 Half " " «• — 45 DO Quarter column..........;..:;. v......25 00 Wa^cdpy'éfidytínríi^-aávaácc'.^. ..... ?§3 00 ílaéco^^é'yrtrpaid itf^r^ontlisi... 3 50 One copy "dne year, pa i d in twelve'hios... 4 00 Five copies,'owe year, in advance 12 50 Ten eopta.'ifoe^ear, in advancc .20 00 T#eñty copie ,'one year, in advance 35 00 All Copres mast be Bent to one address, 1 when a Club ts madé*ttp,4n order tostetbre our i^peper at the Club rates. [Invariably in Advance.] 'State Offices. ....$10 00 GountyÚlfiees . 5 00 ^Cofporalion Offices. 2 50 >^T Political Circulars, or comiri,tjoication* of ' a private or ptiiwlrtaf character, Wili ne charged ai« advertisements. fr Ten-lines or les*. c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 June 1861

m%c m m %0m % mmm i $3^'?>U-~&'S£'''Íi%£¿h-Í ¿i MM — ■• ! ■" "i "LOYAL, YET FREE; OBEDIEXT, YET INDEPENDENT." V K |§f^ ■-■ 'a f w COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 186L UiOmmmBm y. fSSMs • 8 r ere 3®C*r Í Reflections? &c. IWritten foi the Citizen*] ; Messrs. Editors : Raving fallen into ;and yellow Ieafoflife, and being Slate in the": tented " T •** ""tertheless, desirous to say m y possibly be of som in this day their sore affliction. iTta-dSsfurbances and erf&arrassments which pervade the whole country, have been brought upon it by erroneous, inju- corrupt legislation, many laws of * gen- care founded upon false prin- agarn1 originated in igno- rance of both men, and things, and times, and not a few from corrupt motives, be- cause they were passed to advance Sec- tional and partial interests, aid to supply to individual aims and purpose* But the Old UiqpB is gone forever, and carries from us.*11 its imperfections, blem> ishes, errors sad corruptions. A near era...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 June 1861

m N. = W jo w s a , 1861 SB . E. B. NICHOLS, OF GALVESTON. j Fcr^iievleíanl-tisreratr, JOHN M. CROCKETT, OF DALLAS. . JáT OKOXKifARTH Brothers make a delicious article of ice-ere*ra. We have tasted it, and find it nice, elegant and re- freshing. t3T The fcjethodist Quarterly Meeting fi(* Columbus, will commence in the Bap- tU t Church to-night. jar This Senatorial District is com- posed of the counties of Fayette, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda. jy Gen. Sam Houston is acting as a private in an organized company in Harris oounty. The Aastin Gazette, of last week, lias a short communiration favoring the claims of Hon. C. C. Herbert for Con- gress from litis District. Editorially, the Gmette pays the Colonel a vcjcy handsome compliment. Symptoms of a reaction in favor of práce are now strikingly man4fe«t. We see extracts floating around in the papers, opposing war, and advocating a peaceful separation, taken from Northern journals, which, but a few weeks ago, were zealous advocates of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 June 1861

^9á(ÉÉS*í OTHES8, PROPRIETORS. —•-■ = SATURDAY. J, TEXAS: JCMG 9 . 1^" Necessity compel ■ u« to call on all those indebted to ust© pay up. We need every dol- ía alt we aijc, no more, r in the eonntry can pay tie with but- ehickens, wood, &c., for which we will pay the market price. We can be found We are authorised to announco Col. LEWIS, «f Washington county, as a > to represent the Second Congressional in the Congress of the Confederate States Of America. Election next August.* XST We are authorised to announce H. J JONES, of Grimes county* as a candidate .Tor tits General Lead Office. Election first Mon- day in August.* OT Col. C. C. HERBERT in a candidate for a seat m the Confederate Congress—elec- tion next August. MANY VOTERS. are authorised to announce JOHN a candidate for the in thie Senatorial District, composed r fooatiee of Fayette, Colorado,. Wharton and Matagorda. Election first Monday in August. '■Weare authorised to annonnce W. J. is a candidate to represent Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 June 1861

'? THE COLORADO CITIZEN =?2= RATES OF iBMTK^eVG In®' sqlme,..nc insertion/..........-. i Subsequent insertion otr ... , stf ♦ isiaesn Curda, one sqttaré, oúe jrear.... 10 00 Jftir iix montluf.. <>•.. .• .;.'¡; 6 00 three months................ .• 4 00 #"iecohmnr,chw g*d <p«rteily, otrtf year.80 Otf Half " «' " ir " 45 00 " " mb ,;.tv.-,25 00 tisccUanrans 1, iibcrti cemrats. GALVESTON BUSINESS CARDS. Quarterwtquin.. SÍIBSCRÍI'TIOS: Óne copy one year iff advance... ...... $3 00 Oiie copy one year, paidin sixitionlhs.... 3 50 Onc^opyiyrw ye;w,p<idln%6'v<i nips... 4 00 Jfivo copleffj Olie ^carV frt idyince . 1ü 50 Ten copies one year, hi advance........20 00 Twenty: capíes, one year, in advance..... 35 00 Á1( copics iftpst'bc sent to one address, When a Club m road é up, in order tó Ature our paper at tli& Club rates. A ifti o a ncemeirts: [,f?n variably i n A d v • irere.'} Slate Offices. $ 1 £ 00 <:ooiity ©ffibfis 5 00 Corporation Offices. 2 50 03r Political Circ...

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

XM SÜfiWS — $£$ jggpt rssaf^; iSdgite; :r3i¿=: I Mm€ LÓfAL, YET FREE; OBEDIENT, TEÍ yj DEPEND EST.'1 t J I % - - ,« *> r i# t<?-a-.. #^-j| w ¡^>-j rjj, rl ; K ¿ íiá?á|i'.' £ •i U : attempts at ble hour , at least stormy ri iigni KM Mis* in paci •eg • Q« bad bard- tbrough with la, and oud rap at mm the door, a tog bim COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1861. ■MÜfiii ** ras to thfe nérglibors was iti ed bis ns- wabe, be ch of bis o condi- tion. On opening the door be was sur- prised and chagrined to findtbat his dying after he had lefther, anchoar or two befóte, ehewas taken sadden If do#a again,^and imd teli him if he^didnot come quick, be would not findber alive. The messenger ufged bim to ¿bt ready as soon as possible, *4~in the meo time be would gat hi* ho^ and sulky hp* and ¿art ttei* at the door. The. doijtor^worn oot with the re- peatedcalis, ahdfatiguedwitb bis previous visit, hesitated; bot finally decided on determined to make an end of the' liog or coring. 1' i arr...

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

fW ■y ym I '"•i': # :!► bas ■ •it obi. *tLT 1 •• 1 i-s? , • Of ERIVOB, E. B. NICHOLS, OF GALVESTON. i mhj«tcni«rf M. CROCKETT, , OFDALLAS. number of Mexican cart* oar town during ihe early , laden with provisions for on tbe fron'ier. We witnessed the novelty (to our i ti'.y) oh Tnwdav last, of a newsboy Orleans papers. Ue came up os ¿fa cars. We hare bad several refreshing the last (wo weeks, which have kept the dast from flying in erratic streets. We tears thai on Harvey's Creek, ia this county. WÉF We learn that the Coacty Coart t>f Colorado county, has, this week, appro printed one thousand dollars to defray the expenses of volunteers who may leave its limits and go to the seat of war. We wndcrstand lhera. fa a company of about be ready to ia a short time. MW A very large comet is now visible early I the night in the North-Western *y, from this point. Its "tail" reaches Véiy new half across the heavens. in addition to the news published in another column, that the pas- senger*...

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

Í&3 OPRIETÓRS TEXAS: to oat! tu all those op. We need «very dol- ls all we aak, no more in the country can pay us with bat ,&c., for which we We eu be found O NGRE68. ... O.. C. HERBERT in a candidate í w the Confederate Congress— el* MANY VOTERS. I* We are authorised to annonnco Col. LKWIg, «f Washington county, as a i to rcj^reneut the Sccor^ Cflojíemoni 1 ' tha. Congress oí the Confederate .menea. Election next August.* ■ — COMMISSIONER LAND OFFICE. ,, An announce H. jJ of Grimas e onnty, as a candidate for * lib FOR TH E SENATE. are authorized to announce JÓHN ÍOÜRT, Esq, as a candidate for the in this Senatorial District, composed of the coontiee of Fayette, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda. Election first Monday in ' We are auiha as a rand ■tonal District, < . Colorado, Election m August ised to annomice S. O. iiU> for the Senate in this wápased of the counties of Phagon and Matagorda. m \M We are authorised to announce Capt. KM, J. RUSSELL, of LaGrange*. as a can...

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

HMÉÉ professional. ___JM . .-.il#09 *.... *... 8 9® "* "i.• ..é.«^ . 4 ih) snevly, one y«r.80 00 ¡«•it.rt r..' «95 • 00 .$3 00 Am.... 3 50 , 4 00 ,12 50 e. J80 00 ..35 00 ; HÍJT" All copies mast be eent lo «me address, wheo a rio! is made up, i ordnr to mora our paper at the Club ratea. «ne*opr cn« t in Advance.) ..........$l 00 600 S 50 TI" State OfBcra. £°o ty Corpsjatjmr fr*T" Political Circulara, or communications ~o a private or personal character, will be charged aa ádTertiwmenU. I"fe"r* Tenlincs or lea*, constitute a sonare. Lt«£í. Mi soul thy saerrd image keeps, at y midnight dreams arc all of thee, For nature then in silence sleeps, And silence broods o'er land and sea; Olí, m that still, Inysterions hour, Hw oft from fftiinf dreams I start, To find (bee but a fancy flower, Tbou cherished idol of my heart! Thou hast each thought and dream of mine, Have I-in turn one thought of thine T Forever thine toy dreams will be, Whate'er may be my fortune her , I ask not love- I claim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 July 1861

"LOYAL, YÉT FREEj OBEDIENT, YET INDEPENDENT." llitsá Iitdian Fight. •IlOBl. Í o, authorised i libas of Dollars, Id Bonds twenty years with semi annual twenty mi I lions in treasury notes, and debts acy, tbe whole secured by of the Confederate on COLÜMBÜS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1861. to yonr subscriptions of tbe growing patriotism cannot and numerous, ióú. Our ports eur soil invaded, our nation, and everything that is invited in tbe struggle, the enemy; we must tri- wili; Bu ihow ! in vast numbers—the wbole are ready to offer their ser- test is, who shall be receiv- volun leers than can have one if tbe sinews in fall Amplitude. But money to sustain the civil to feed, clotbe, equip and armies. Tbe Government from customs, or other the loan authorized by than nine millions of dol- of that loan may be is- rtation of troops, atld !s, leaving nearly five tbere has been no sub- expenditures of the are between two and three _ false delicacy, or the concealment — money and a is necessary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 July 1861

raise Mouey Government. for the 3k«*s p. iiitt, .Its* K. BASS ft, m hi cm B A •■*Wt9O*0. mom .. —_ ?^ V ' - a or fie i ÍO* «OTERNOR, 6DL £ B. OF GALVESTON. v v " %aDÉT' M. CROCKETT, ' ' i I >' v There ba# been a large quantity of >%terraok>ns, moskraetons, «to., in town, éiuáugi iki# pM* few Some of tbem i.r« Vfciy fine. - jst M , tí. p. K. Taylor, of tfacina eonnty, declines becoming a candi dale for Lieutenant-Governor. £i&> ' í 'At the present timrtEere ft a good of aieknei^ in tbkr eonnty, (be tüsfor ky of case beiijg ferer. The geod people should be eftrefirt of over-indulgence in fratenvelonraisd muskmelonsat tbis season Of (be year. ■ • ■ m • ■ ■ &3T We refer our reader's to the legaf card of A. H. Davkwou & Boh, which vHtbe found in another coin of tbis issue. We reeoeftifiend them fey tbe public as. gentlemen who wilt give all business entrusted to tbeir charge their efficient, prompt and stiiet Our thanfts are ettended to ffr. C. i, of tbis cooiity,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 July 1861

*4saÉ ííotts. , ■ . . .V. . fr', .JIJI/E sto i to Cfc 11 «a all those Weneecf efery dol- i <tbat i all We aek, «o mor*. country caro pay us With bát- , woe#, 4.c., for which we Wa «ra te found tSSSB O m CGf* ORISs\ C. ÍIERBERT a- candidate Confederate Congress—elec- MANY VOTERS. to' aurióubéo Got. ington county, aa a 8Ceond" Congressional of the Confederate next August * • an authorised^to'artnooncS F. W. of Traris County, as a candidato (ho Second' CongressfOhal1 District ~ 'itfttHtMNll , COMMISSIONJE& LAN# OFFICE. aatborised fir announce ft. J ' y'tbe j day August." e atinty, aa a candidato', for Paction first Mob* FOR THE SEKÜTB '*• an authorised to •aaootoce JOHN a ««aáídate for the District, composed Colorado, Wharton- first M onday in to «ntoance S. O. _j a caadidate for' the Senate in this District, cuapneed of tte conntiea of iWbnrtoo and> Matagorda. i in Aegast. . ff,: _ ¡f€z^T-"' ' authorised to SrWounce Capt. SELL, of LaGrange, as a candi- in this Senatorial Dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 July 1861

>rado €itizen. OF ÍDf£BTlSIMG I insertion. ....$1 00 t'insertion. ...... ....., 50 onesqOaré, one year,,. .10 00 'or six months .** . < 6 00 three month*. ¿ < t........ t . 4 O0 ®n column,changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Haff " " " 45 00 Quarter colflnfn. .25 00 MisctUiineons ^Dtetiefinntis. b B llBICKIPTIOlti ShMrCopy one year, in advance $3 00 One eá*j ? one year, paid in six months.. . . 3 50 One'copy one year, paid jn twelve mos... 4 00 Five copie , one year, in advance IS 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 20 00 Twentf copies, one year, in advance 35 00 ffcJr-All uopics mast be sent lo one address. When s Club is made up, in order to tetare our paper at the Club rates. InBonncenenli [I'nvariably in Advance.] state Offices 010 00 CooatyOftces 5 00 Corporation Offices 2 50 Píóitiaal Circulars, or communications o ¿ private or personal character* will be charged as advertisements. (t*r* Ten line* or less, constitute a sanare. V* - . = luebriate's Lament oil thy smile, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 August 1861

VOLUME IT. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 1861. NUMBER 43. fcv{ fcfe ADVICE OF A FATHER TO HIS SON, WHO HAD JOINED THE ARMY. [For the Colorado Citizen. ] My Dear Son : As you are now about4to join the regiments from Texas, destined for Virginia, to fight in the defence of the Confederate States of America, I feel it a pleasure and a. duty to give you my advice: ¿ . > I. As regards to your physical hecHtth anf comfort: 1st. Be temperate in eating and drink- ing. Never ase ardent spirits, except as a med- icine. After great fatigue, or when recovering from sickness, it may be useful, otherwise, coffee or tea are 'much better stimulants. 2d. Always •void bad women—they destroy the energy of body and mind. 3d. Keep your body as clean as circumstances will admit. Bathe about once a wMk, if you have an opportunity. 4th. Wear flstanel in the winter, especially a flannel bandage over the abdominal regions. 5th. Al- ways retire at an early hour to sleep. Do not gamble' and keep late hours. 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 August 1861

%■? rf BHCag THE CITIZEN. /. d. hhtr. ben. m. BAKER a. h. bake ft J. D. BAKER A BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. august 10, 1 8 6 í cr We wish it distinctly understood that we do no work on a credit. Do not ask it of us. CONFEDERATE BONDS. { tT We have had rather warm weather this week, though- cóol and pleasant nights. £3" See legal notices, in another column, con- cerning the estate of Jacob Scherer, deceased. O" Confederate Bonds tefcen at this áflteé for debts due us, or for any work that we may here- after turn out. £T We are informed that aeveral of Our plan- ters have been picking cottort for some timé— nearly, if not qtfite, two Weeks. O" More recruits left here on Monday io pin John C. Upton's company at IIarrisfcur¿ Tho company will number about ninety men. U* Harcourt, we believe, is elected to tKo Senate, his majorities in Fayette and Whartóli hiving overcome Russell's :n this. O- Of all tlW Southern candidates for Presi- dent—Douglas, Breckinridge and Bell—Hell is the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 August 1861

THE CITIZEN. Rff 8^5 •' m «V ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CONGRESS 'Col. C. C. H-ERBERT in a candidate for a seat ¡a the Confederate Congress—elec- tion next November. MANY VOTERS* CT We are authorized to annonnco Col. A. M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District In the Congress of the Confederate States of Amenea. Election next November* We are authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in the Confederate States' Congress. Election n November next. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ES is. OtMiolutioa of Partuerabi THE FIRM OF FOLTS *. C by notan] consent, this day dissolved. All . notes and accounts due said firm can be found lit their old stand, and either of the parties are authorized to make settlements. Alt persons indebted to the firm are requested to ciihe for- ward and mak^settlement, as we «ant to close the business of the firm. We how take occasion «to rHorh our thanks t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 10 August 1861

G\11/VE STON. Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, With new improve- meDts, at reduced prices. The W heeler & "Wilson Sewing Machine .Company, having gained all their suits at law with infringing - manufacturers of Sewing Machines, propose that that the public shall be benefitted thereby, and ' have this day materially reduced the prices.— After thi !date they-will be sbM at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capital invested and expense of making sales— t such prices as will enable thétft to make a first • class machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee i-them in-every, particular. The subscriber has great pleasure in boing able to announce that, not only is the price of the Wheeler & Wilson machine greatly reduced so as to place it beyond all lair competition, but im provements of the most important kind have re centJy boen made in its structure. The im provements consist principally of double plates suitable for fine and heavy plantation work...

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