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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 August 1861

ÍTK. JT - ^ - •••' «-v.K VOLUME Tf. . COLUMBUS, TEXAS, AT/GUST 17, 1861. NUMBER 44. BATTLE OF MESILLA. IX A2TD ISTÍKKBTIXG PARTIOULAR3. JTrom the Mesilla Times, 29th ult.j Lieut. Col. Baylor, commanding the Confed- erate forces at Fort. Bliss, Texas, left there on the 24th iust.. with the forces under his command for the^Mesilla Valley, with the design of pro- tecting the citizens pf Arizona, and relieving then) of the Qppt&tiñfí and presence of a large force of Unil^ SfiSSweplpapd to prevent the further concentration of troops at this point. The force under his command was some 300 mes, as follows: C apt. Stafford's Company of Mounted Rifles, 85 m«n; Capt. Hardeman's Company of Mounted Rifles, 80 men; Lieut. Bennett, with a detachment, jof Teel's Artillery, 38 men, (they did no,t bring their cannon, but were mounted,} Cápt. Coop wood's Spy Com- pany, 40 men; added to these were a number of the citizens of Mesilla and El Pase—in all, about three hundred men. On the night of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 August 1861

^hátKSSk* * T? THE CITIZEN. í 2 & J. D. BAKER BEN. H. BAKER. . . . .A. H, BAKER J. ]>. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Wl AUGUST 17, 186 1 O" We wish it distinctly understood that we do no work on a credit. Do notiask it of us. O" Gen. McClellan has ordered the press to he mum with regard te army movements. O" See notice of M. Quin, Railroad Agent, who will dispose of unclaimed property at the depot in Alleyton, on the 27th inst. ET The News office has samples cf silk agd^ lace cotton, raised by Mr. aBarziza on Turtle Bayou, near Wallisville. O* Hons. Breckinridge and Vallandigham dined with the Secessionists in£Ballimore, a few days ago. ET Major Wheat, who did such gallant fight ing at the battle of Manassas, is slowly recov- ing from the wound received. OFFICIAL VOTE OF COLORADO COUNTY. C hambei's 130 7 10 16 17 16 1 2 25 Lubbock. 78 27 67 48 1 2 1 3 23 Clark.... 50 17 7 2 1 21 0 15 19 Houston-.. 10 0 24 0 18 6 0 0 0 Crockett'. .228 25 91 57 32 36 i2 30 65 F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 August 1861

"A* THE CITIZEN. „ , -j ■ j|ii ■' ■ ■ ■ ~ ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE VERY LATEST ELECTION RETURNS. FOR CONGRESS. |^" Col. C. C. HBRBERT íb a candidate for a wat in the Confederate Congress—elec- tion next Novertiber.' MANY VOTERS. |y We are authorized to announco Coi. A."&. LEWIS, of .Washington county, as a candidate to represent the. Second Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of America. Election next November.* We are authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate to represent the1 Second Congressional District in the Confederate States' Congress. Election n November next. |y A telegraphic despatch from Richmond, Virginia, of August 3d, says : " It is reliably sta^d By undoubted authority, that when the news reached Washington of the capture of Sherman's battery, General Scott privately ordered six cannoo to be taken from the Navy Yari and sent to the neighborhood of Alexandria, with horses, which were brought hack with the announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 August 1861

V t , ÉÜ — ■ímaÍB^K « galveston: Wheeler & Wilson's OEWING MACHINES, with new imprcve- O menta, 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 tiiat the public shall be béncfitled thereby, and have this day materially reduced the prices.— After this date tbey will be sold at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capital invested and expense of making sales— such prices as will enable them to make a first class machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee them in every particular. The subscriber has great pleasure in boing able to announpe that, pot onl^ Is the piice of the Wheeler & Wileori máchine greatly reduced so as to place it beyond all fair competition, but im provements of the most important kind have re cently been made in itB structure. The im provements consist principally of double plates suitable for fine and heavy planta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 August 1861

VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, AUGUST 24, 1861. NUMBER 45. BANNER PRESENTATION. ■peaches delivered on the occasion of thb presentation of the flag to the shrop. shire cavalry, by john t. harcourt and ash b. carter, e8qbs. MR. BARCOUBT'S SPEECH. Citizen Soldiers : 1 am honored with the del- icate task of committing into your hands this tr ¡-colored standard, presented to yon by the fair and accomplished ladies whose names are bo tastefully inscribed upon its. folds —by the authority of Mrs. Darden and Mrs. Hannah— and m their name I ask you to .receive it, as a slight testimonial of the estimation in which yoti are held by the people of Colorado county; and in the din of battle and clash of arms, when Íou look upon that motto of " Victory Awaits rou." remember that it but feebly expresses that confidence which we all feel in your lofty 'patriotism and invincible courage. We part "with you, Soldiers, with miiigled feelings of ^tfide and regret We regret the ne- cessity that calls you fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 August 1861

"TU E 01 TI Z-EÑ. j.d. mkfir ben. m. bakes i.. h. baker J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. tr.'.-r^-g; t£mBamaamsajti$asBm MR. RUSSELL'S CIRCULAR. AUGUST 2 4, ■ 186 1 UWe wish it distinctly understood that we •de nó*work on a credit. Do not ask it of us. O" See legal notice with regard to the estate of Gideon Schenjr, deceased. icr We had rain here on Wednesday, Thurs- day, Thursday night, and Friday. 0*|See eltf ay notices in another' column this paper. of IT A long train of Government wagona pass- c<í'íh rough town on Friday, on their way tu Al ley ton. •" CP We have received 5but' scattering election returns since our last issue, consequently wc leave out our table this week. ¿T Harcourt's oflic a' majority for'Senator in this District, composed of.the countics of Fay- elte, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda, is 396. lET A son of William H. Scftard, Secretary of State to the Lincoln Government, is among the prisoners recently "taken inl Arizona. Columbus, lOtli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 August 1861

THE CITIZEN announcements FOfe CONGRESS. Col. c. HERBERT is a candidate for a >eat in the Confederate Congress—elec- tiom ext November. MANY VOTERS. We are authorized to announco Col A. M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a candi late to represent the Second Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of America. Election next November.* . We are authorized to announce F- W. '"CHA NDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate to rep resent the Second Congressional District in the Confederate States' Congress. Election a November next. DARING lEXPLOITS OF TEXANS. The following, though pretty old, will do very well. The Fairfax Court-House correspondent of the Cólombus (Ga.) San, under date of June fi7th, tells of it—thus; ^ -v . . ( " " On our arrival here last night,< we heard of one of those daring exploiu for Which the pres- ent campaign is distinguished. The heroes were two Texans-=-Col. B. F. Terry, a large planter, and brother of the famous Judge Terry, of C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 August 1861

GALVESTON Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, with new improve- menta, at reduced prices. The Wheeler &, Wilson Sewing Machine Company, having gained all their snits 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 this date thjcy will be so'd'at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost of'manufacture, capital invested and Expense of making sales— such prices as will efláble them to make a first class machine, and, ad heretofore," to guarantee them in every particular. The subscriber has great pleasure in bofng able to announce that, not only is the pi ice of the Wheeler & Wilton machine greatly reduced so as to place it beyond alt fair Competition, but im prgyemefcts of the most important kind have re V3Üfóy boen made in its structure. 'The im jfrDVéftnents consist principally of double plates gtaft&bki for fine and heavy plantation work shi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 August 1861

<gw -jUV*" vsa VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, AUGUST 31, 1861. NUMBER 46. INDIAN ¡SPEECH AND WAR&DANCE. " Dixie," correspondent of the Clarksville Standard, gives the following graphic account of an Indian M War Dance," and the speech oT a Choctaw brave at Fort Washita, on the„4th of July, 1861: u The Indiahs Were expected in at ten o'clock, and about that time they Orne in, following their drum, and an old man with a drawn sword, who delivered the speech below. The war dance was in the square—the warriors being Btripped to their fighting costume. There were two companies of them, and they advanced into the Fort with heads *erect, and a truly .martial bearing, beneath their colors, (a Confederate Flag) with nine white stars in circle, surround, ing one in red with a white border, and some- what larger than the others. In the rear of the companies were about twenty Indian women. The color staff being placed in the ground, the warriors slowly circled around it, and upon a sig- nal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 August 1861

"4 A, "«to rV> THE CITIZEN. J. p. BAKER ;.BEW.'M. BAKER A. H. BAKER J. D. BAfcEfe ft BROTHERS, (EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. OUST 3 1, 186 1 O* The Bellville Countryman has been re- duced to half its origina! dimensions . O* The La Grange Democrat tr opposed to any more men leaving Texas for the wars.— Right: we'll need 'em at :home, sure aa Fate ! 03" The Printer says that the cotton crops In portions of Houston ctounty have been materially injured by drouth. U* The Crockett Printer rejoices " with ex- ceeding great joy" over"the election of John H, Burnett to theState Senate frcin that District. ID* It isstated that, upon the reception of the •■hews of the battle of Manassas in Paris, Louis Napoleon resolved to recoguize the independence of the Confederate St afee. O" Squads of-men from Fayette and Lavaca counties passed through our town on Tuesday last, on their way to join Terry & Lubbock's Regiment, bound for Virginia. ID* Capt. R.PriBgeon, an old officer o*f the Mexican war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 August 1861

I ? THE CITIZEN. jlNNÓITN CEMENTS. FO R CONGRESS. I 'Col. C. 6. HERBERT is a candidate for a ""eat in the Confederate Congress-^-; ec- tion next November.. MANY VOTÉ1ES. |^* We are authorized to announco Col. A. M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of America. 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. Gra. Fk arts o NT's Official I&ííort op the Great Battle im Missouri.—The following offi cial report of the great battle near Springfield, Missouri,, has been received in Washington from General Fremont: ' ,• ■ f • T ' *i Hbad<iü4Eters Western Department, St. Lriuis, August 13, 1861. Col. E. D. Tównáend: Gen.Lyon in three col- umna, under himself Siege! and. Sturgess, at- tacked the enemy kt ^J o'clock on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 August 1861

GALVESTON. T Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, with new improve- ments, at reduced prices. The Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Company, having gained alL their soits 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 this date they will be sold at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capital invested and expense of making sales— such prices as will enable them to make a first class machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee 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 fair competition, but im provements of the ifeost imporfatitkidS have re centfy been made in its structure. The im provements consist principally of double plates suitable for fine and heavy plantation Work shifting hemm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 September 1861

Volume iv. columbus, texas, september 7, 1861. number 47. ~ by nemo. [Written for the Colorado ^Rfcen.J " Farewell, of parting lady Ur ¿r bi for the slit ell!" were the last words ttered by-a young, beautiful then taking his departure and áincere aud earnest ■& tl^ ^ - jdearftbrother's Frank and Louisa wfere the only children of wealthy parents—Mr. and Mrs. Randle—living •in ' 'county. The parents had watched with an eager eye the progress of the struggle be- tween Liberty and Tyranny on the American continent—tire further upheld by the valiant sons of Sotfthera so l: the latter by the minions of the North, whom fanaticism and bigotry hold in jn. chains. Like the Mexican Constitution of • T824, the old United States' Constitution of 1789 hacheen overthrown by'a would-be tyrant, and Freedom's Sons rushed from every bill, and vale,«and nook, and corner, to rescue the great Magnay Chnrta frotn a degenerated and dement- ed pqppte,who, in grasping alter the shadow,- have lost the sub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 September 1861

E / mr • T' ' 'T THE CITIZEM. 3- a. baker ben. m. baker a- ii. baker A- 5>. MKEB & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. I A 4 4! # If fc * T 4 ::*3* ♦ R SEPTEMBER - 1861 ICrL. & J. Isl'y. of Sequin, are mannfac- turing the best article of brooms at cheap rates. (17° James Rowe, of Carthage, Panola county, has subscribed three thousand pounds of leáther to the Confederate Loan. ICVoIney Ellis, Esq., of IJallultsville, La- vaca county, has been elected District Attorney for the Tenth Judicial*District. HOOPS FOR THE^BRAVEBOYS." Messps. Editors— CFThe New York News says, "ThePesien party bns risen to such proportions that it no longer asks, but demands respect." O* Tlie Slate Gazette estimates the number of men now in the service, and being organized for immediate service, in Texas, at 22,800. O* The foreman of the State Gazette, W. R. Black, has left for Virginia, intending to join Lubbock'^ company. Printers arc naturally patriotic. O" We had a tolerably hard rain here on la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 September 1861

<fc THE CITIZEN. tO* Major Marshall, writing from near Na- cogdoches to the iState Gazette, says " the East is sick"—more sickness than was ever known before. 'Quinine hitó sold in that scction as high 'tifteen dollars per bottle. Mima Rifle Moulds.—We take the following paragraph from the Lavaca Galf Key, of the 31st ultimo : " Minie nfle moulds aro now made at the foundry, to suit all kinds of gtin's, whether small or large bore—shot gun or rifle. The ápe¿lmen we have seen is a beautiful piece of workman- chip, and adec.'ded improvement on the govern- ment mould, as the'ball comes out "perfect from' the mould, and*there is less trouble than ir. run- ning the common round ball. Price only 87 for diiigle mould. A larger number,,for the size bore, can be hadwuch cheaper. Everyman in- Texas should possess one of these 'moulds, and 'whether be bat a shot gun, or any other, "kind, he is «I once in possession of a Minie rifle. Any gun is a Minie, when this kind ef bullet is used, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 September 1861

í« GALVESTON. Jw * % á m [:« ■ LAW CARDS. í =k Wheeler & "Wilson's O i^'.'jJíG hiACF1IN.ES, with new improve- O inéní3^al redneéd prices, Tho V/ heeler & "Wilson Seeing Machine Cornpaav. : having gained aJi' their suits at -'law with infringing inaouíseturers of Sewinc ^Lachinss, propose that thai tiie public shall benefitted thereby, and have this day materia?!? reduced the prices.— After this date they will be so'd at retes that will pay a fair profit en the cost of manufacture, capital invested and expense of making sales— 6nch prices as vrili enable them to make a first class npachine, and. as heretofore, to guarantee them in every particular. , The shhscriber has great pleasure in boing able to announce that, not only is the pi ice of the Wheeler & Wilson machine greatly reduced so , 48 to place it beyond all^air competition, but iin proveraents of the tnosOmportant kin d have re cently b^ea made in its structure. The im provements consist principally of double plat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 September 1861

-<(0 /V VOLUME IY. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1861. NUMBER 48. TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. Adjutant-Ge*brkl's Office, ) Austin, September 4,186]. j The Secretary of War of the Confederate States has requested the State Executive tohave «nade up, at an early day, a large quantity of Woblen Clothing to supply the wants of the army, to be charged to tlieGonfederate 'Govern- ment. The Medical Purveyor -has also asked aid from the Executive to a plan to procure •blankets for the -sick and wounded of the army. He suggests very wisely that almost every fami- ly, with little or no inconvenience to itself, can contribute a blanket or 'comfortable to this De- partment. Warmly approving these suggestions, the Executive issued his address of the 31st ult., inviting the formation in every •county in the State df a Society or Committee to solicit and receive heavy Clothing, blankets, comfortables, and other articles, which will be needec by our army during the coming winter. The military store...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 September 1861

:vf v. \ . i THE CITIZEN. ■'«. o. baker ben.h.'baker.. . . .a. h, baker J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, Editors íííd proprietors. - mm mi * SEPTEMBER 14, 1861. £11 i — I IQ—É———ÜW—Ei————É—É——a I? President Davis is recovering from hislate i!lnes% and is able to attend to business. ILr Several military companies have passed tlirough Columbus this week, some for Terry & Lubbock's regiment, others for the coast. U* We copy the notice of Jose Maria Elison do, whose little son was carried off by the In- dians, from Neuva Leon, Mexico, last May. (Lr* We are sorry to part with our neighbor, the LaGrange Democtat—the valedictory of the editor appearingin the last True Issue. ILr The Galveston " ífews" states that Hon. H S: Jones succeeds Col. Baylor as Civil Gov- ernor of Arizona. tLr* fee advertisement of W. H, HdWárd, of "O tkland, who offers Ten Dollars reward for a c ouple of mules that have straved. ET Fmm the Herald we learn that the ladies of San Antonio gave a supper for the benefit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 September 1861

\& í If THE CITIZEN. tftg- Col. C. C. tflerfeert is a 'tíftádidute for a seat in the Confederate Congress-^ele'cti mi next November. MANY VOTERS. jjg*- We are authorized to annóuuce 'Col. Á. M. LEWIS, of Washington County, as a candi- date to represent the Second Congressional Dis- trict in the Congress of the Confederate States of America. Election next November. We are authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in , thh Contadera te States' Congress. Election in November next. ID* The Herald states that the best Texas flourls'selling at five dollars per hundred pounds in San Antonio. O" Tho Herald Says : " Capt, John E. farey having received orders to report for duty at San Antonio, has lorued ovér tb Lieut. John A. Ver. non, of the Van Dorn Guards, at Indianolfc, all the Confederate property, and left for this ciíy." ICT í>. Richardson, of the éalveitoti Néto ,' has placed us under obligations for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 September 1861

i I % $% G AT TES Ti) N. LAW CARDS. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing machines, with new improve- ments, at reduced prices. The Wheeler & 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, end •have this day materially reduced the prices*— After this date they will be so'd at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capital invested and expense of making sales— such prices as will enable them to make a first «lass machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee them in every particular. The subscriber-has gr^at p!*<aeut; in lioing -able to announce that, not only Í3 the piice of t£e Wheeler & Wilson midline greatly reduced so as to place it beyond al! fair competition, but im provements of the most important kind have re cently been made in its structure. The im provements. consist principally of double plates suitable for*fine and heavy ...

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