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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 September 1861

r ft éáJL* VOLUME IV. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. NUMBER 49. ■■ ■ B> The Cat out of the Bag. — The" following resolution has been adepteb by the Black Rrpub- lican Central Club of New York oity: Resolved that the surest and quickest way of ending the repellion and eftablishing permanent pcacc, is to declare immediate and unconditional emanci- pation," 0 DECIDEDLY RICH. During the session of the Texas Legislature in 1851-'2, the Judiciary Committee was instructed to investigate the expediency of a proposition to repeal all laws for the sollection of debts. The following'rspofo was made on the subject, and if oar readers should, from its extravagance, be led to doubt its. authenticity, we refer them to the 47th page of the Laws and Journal of the Leg- islature of Texas^of that session. Mr. Merri- maa made the following report: To the President, of the Senate— The Judiciary Committee, to whom was re- ferred the resolution requiring said committee to investigate the expedien...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 September 1861

emiEN. j. d. baker ben. m. baker. . . . >a. h. baker .5.1>. ^AfiER &BIS.OTSI El£§, FDTTORS AND PROPRIETORS. IEPIFE1BER 2 1, 186 1 !CF Prizes were sold in New Orleans on the 7th inst., bringing §81,750, to be paid with Con- federate States' Bonds. tTT In its last issue, the Indianola Courier giras notice that it will suspend until the block- ade is raised, or paper can be procured, O* The True Issue says there is a good deal of sickness, mostly chills and fever, in Fayette county. O* The Hcu'sion Telegraph rat her thinks that Butler's fleet is de igned to operate "on the coast of Texas. O" Col. J. D. McAdoo announces himself in the Telegraph as á candidate for Elector for the State at large, on the Davis and Stephens ticket, (Lr We call attention to the card of Col. C. G. Forshej^ in another column. The Colonel and the cad<fl: under his charge have acted pat- riotically, and worthy of Texans. Planters in Louisiana, Mississippi, Geor- gia) Alabama, and Arkansas, haVc reso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 September 1861

THE CITIZEN. CoL C. C. HERBERT is a candidate fcr a seat in the Confederate Congress—election next ♦November. ' MANY VOTERS". £^*!We are authorised to aifftounce Col. A M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a'candi- date to represen the Second Congressional Dis- trict in the Congress of the Confederate States of America. Election nextjNovember. V- 'We ?are ^authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county,as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in ibh ConfederateJStates' Congress. Election in Novembertnexi. For Congress, 2nd District, COL. C. C. HERBERT, OF COLORADO COUNTY. ADVANCE OF WASHINGTON. Confederates within Five of the Piesidenlial Mansion ! Skirsaiisialng around the City !! KENTUCKY A "GONNER." PRISONERS FOR RETALIATION!!! See., See., Ace. D° The editor of the True Issue says we Bent him two Citizens of the ssme date. We acknowledge, frienfl- Drake, that that " wife too much of a good thing.'' O* We are happy to state that the rumor we gave creden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 21 September 1861

GAL T O vvTi v Wilson & >j WÜiCi. gained . Bb, 's ¡.rices. LAW CARDS with new improve- Tie Wheeler & ..chine Company, 1. "in? 'heir suits ai. law with infringing manufacturo it Sewing Machines, propas • that iiie public shall be benefitted thereby, nri huva this day materially reduced the priees.— After this date they wjil be sold at rates that will pay a fair profit on the cost < f ir.enni:.- vare, capital in vested and expense- of making f-!cs~- such ;)tic.os as will enable then", to make a first class machine, and.as heretofore, to guarantee them iu eyery particular. The subscriber has great pleasure in bding able t*j announce that, not only is the piice of the Wheeler & Wilson machine greatly reduced so a to place it beyond all fair competition, but ira proveraents of the most important kind have re contiy b^en made in its structure, iiie ini pre remonte eonsist principally of double plates suitable far fine.and heavy plantation work shifting hemmer. which enab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1861

c'-,-v VOLUME IV. *krw 'COLUMBUS, TEXAS, 'OCTOBER l£, 1861. NUMBER 52. AN APPEAL. Messrs. Editors Colorado Citizen—.. } Thi3 is, perhaps, the mos' eritieal time of oar revolution—die Alpine passage. , AJ this junc- tare of affairs the assistance of "every citizen of the Southern Confederacy is needed, to sustain the soldiery in the field against the ruthless in- vaders of oar liberty. Our Government has.pot yet bad sufficient time to mnke the necessary arrangements to furnish clothing, &.C., for its soldiero—in fact, it had no money,: m manüfac- : torics; and until the proper. arrangements. can be effected, the'people must; sustain tije Govern- ment, or it is 'bound to go doWn : and 1 do nqt ■believe that there is a true Southern man bol would soon saciifice everything he possesses than see the Government fall. I do not, I can. net, believe that any invividnal of this county would be willing to sell their birthright, liberty,• for a few dollars. Now is the time, feílofr-cSti- ze...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1861

THE CITIZEN. J. D. BAKER ben. M. liUIt A. H. BAKER J. D. BAKER A. BROTHERS, EDITORS AND ^ROÍ>RlEsTORS. OCT OBER - - 13. 18«1 O" The poefical contribution of "Virginia" will appear next week. m m O* The Durango expedition has proved to be a hitobag, and all those who have the means are retaining. No goH wss-fouhd. ♦ 1 BJ-'fece advertisement of Jóhi Irelarid, Esq., Receiver for this District, tinder the bequestra- lion Act. Mr. Ireland will 'visit this county as soon as practicable. IT* A company or t wo of volunteers, who have been on duty near Brownsville, passed through our town this week. Most of the men will pro- ceed immediately to Virginia. D BL*V. Cook, Esq., deserves credit for the steal and energy he has displayed in the collecting of clothing, &c„ for the Colorado Company in, Virginia. See his report elsewhere. V The Galveston papers, of this week, con- lain statements of the death of ^GeéÜral Sam Houston; bat'later advices state that the an- nouncement is untrue, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1861

'st THE CITIZEN. Col. C. C. HERBERT is a candidate for a seat in the Confederate Congress—election next November. MANY VOTERS. ' We are authorized to annonnce Col. A, M. LEWIS, of Washington county, as a candi- date to represent the Second Congressional Dis- trict in the Congress of the Confederate tates of America. Election next November. Wo are authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in the Confederate States' Congress. Eleetion in November next. We are authorized to' announce FRÉD. TATE« Esq., of Fayette county, as a candidate t® represent the Second Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of Amer- ica. Election next November. For Corivress, 2nd 'District, COL. C. C. HERBERT, OF COLORADO COUNTY. ' Now that our mails a -e beginning to run with some regularity, we trust that the people in the Country will bear in mind the fact that we puhiiah a Semi-Weekly Delta. It appears on Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1861

,>>.Tr ♦ GALVESTON; Mil LAW CARDS. y;*^r-C-s? • ■■Éi Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINES, with new improve- ritents, at reduced prices. The W heeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Company, having gained all their suits at law with infringing ikanuiactnrers 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*fcost 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. , . ; . Thó subscriber has great pleasure in( boing able to announce that, not only is thcpiice of the Wheeler & Wilson machine greatly reducéd so as to place it beyond all fair competition, btit im ■ provement8 of the most important kind liavere cently boen made in its structure. Hie ixn provements consist principally of double f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1861

& A iS. TOLUMB t. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, OCTOBER 19, 1861. NUMBER 1. The Seige of Lexington! W* have the fall particulars of the seige and surrender of Lexington, Missouri, as published in tiie Chicago Tribune, of the 25th ultimo : " On Sunday, SeptfinAer 1 st, the Irish brigade, Col. Janes A. Mulligan, at Jefferson City, were ordered U Lexington, 160 miles op the river, to reinforce the troops already at that placo, under Col. Peabody, consisting of several hundred Home Guards, a fey Kansas troops, and a par. tion of the Missouri ,8th . regiment, CoL White, with 700 of the 1st Illinois cavalry, Colonel T. M. Marshall 44 Col. Mulligan's brigade swelled'the force at Lexington to about 3,509 mea, Col. Mulligan takiog the command. The brigade reached Lexington on Monday, September 9th, and found the attack by Gen. Price imminently threaten- ing. Mo time was lost in the work of entrench- ing the position, chosen about midway between the hew and old towns of Lexington, waich are about a mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1861

MM 'ra*« THE CITIZEN.' J. ■ BAEE . ,BII*. M BAKER A. H. BAKJSR. j.- OAS® EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. a - 19, i 8a i - Co!. C. C. HERBERT is a candidate x* a seat in the Confederate Congress—etotion nut November. MANY VOTERS.. - yy We are authorized to announee Col. A )f. LEWIS, of Washington county, as acandi- date to represent the Second Congressional Dis- trict in the Congress of the Confederate tat es of America. Election next November. jgf.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 in November next. We are authorized to announce FRED. TATE, Esq., of Fayette county, as a candidate to i-eprssent the Second Congressional District in i a Congress of the Confederate Stales of Amer- Election next November. ICO. For "Congress, "2nd District, COL. C. C. HERBERT, OF COLORADO COUNTY. -T. O* A norther is blowing as we go to press. U* From the Time* we have an account...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1861

mmmm THE CITIZI A NAVAL VICTORY. Below we give the despatch of Com. Collins, announcing hi* success in attacking the block- ading Fleetfet the mouth of the Mississippi, and then proceed with an account of the fight as de. tailed in the Jfew Orleans True Delta, and ex- tracted -from the Houston Telegraph of the 17th instant: « «. j "Májor-Gen. D. E. Twiggs: Last night I attacked the blockaders with my little fleet, and succeeded after a very short struggle, to drive there aground on the south-west bar, except the s'oopof war Prebls, which I sunk. I have cap- tured a prize from them, and after I gT>t them fast op tke sand I peppered them well. No cas- uálitles on our side-1 A complete success! " G. N. HOLLINS." Commodore Hollins* Fleet consisted of the gunboat McRea, Capt. Huger; gunboat Ivy, Capt. Fry; gunboat Calhoun, Com. Collins •, Tuscarora, Lieut Beverly K* nnou; gunboat Jackson; the "Manassas," "Turtle," or What Not, Capt Stevenson; and'th ¿"cutter Pickens, Capt. Brushwood—i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1861

f LAW CARDS INSCRIBED TO The day has departed, and twilight appears, And soft are the shades on the plain ", The lab'rer returning, the nightingale hears, And sweetly echoes the strain. Now, while silence steals o?er th% grove And shadows embosom the glade. To yon stooping oak we'll pensively rove— For there was car Éudora 'aid: O, hallow the green t>irf that piliov^ feér head, And place the wüd harp by her ?<de ; The breeze that sweeps o'er :i soft nius'c ppread, ( 0 , And tell how our Eudora died! BARNARD, FRED. Attorney and Coun- selor at Law, ('olumbus, Texas. 14. PUT at hall See! the beautiful cup of the rose The smile of evening wears, * And night o'er the earth her dull caropy throws, And nature laments it ia tears ; But mom will restore every.charm t our view, An J • iiioosand 'n¿ t beauties disclose ; The zephyr f'.íílII kis^ off the pearls ot rich dew From- the beautiful cheek of the rose ; '3 at .ircary and curk is the eight of the tomb Where Endora's relics were la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1861

* VOLUME Y. 31 COLUMBUS, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, 1861. NUMBER 2. ZEN. RATES OF ADTEBTISIKG : One square, - ne insertion $1 Each Subsequent insertion.. v.........• j *j Business Gards, onesquare,oto year....10 OU For six months....... •••-• For three months. •>« * ' On® column, changed quarterly, one 7e*r-|*j Jjjj Half " Quarter column • • ■ 45 00 ..25 00 SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, m aflvance...... • 9* 60 . One copy one year, paid m si* months.... 3 50 One co£y one year, paid in twelve mo... .4 00 Five copies, one year, m advance ¡¿ au Ten copies, one year, m advance. 20 00 Twenty copies, obeyear, in advance.... .3 wu All copies must be sent to one address, when a Clnb is made op, in order to séedre *ur i paper at the'Club rates. Anmurttóémenl*": . [Invariably in Advan,g 2| látate Offices County Offices V• v«• • • ■ Corporation Offices.. ffr Political Circulars, or communications o ^private or personal dtóraétér, Will be chargfd as advertisements. . . ft*pTe° lines or letw.const...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1861

1 •• « THE J. D. BAKK& ..BEN* M. BAKER .'...-v A. H. BAfCRP. J. D. BkTttKR & BROTBBR , 'BDITOÜB AND PROPRIfflTo R s. TMKASl X_ > M OCTOBER «, 1861. HON. €. C. HERBERt. í For Hite and Rent. Mrs. R- J. Putney wishes to hire out a Negro Woman—a goód cook, washer ana ironer—for ^ month or fix weeks. Has, also, a house to-, rent from taw until Christmas. It has three good roferris, kitchen, &c. Xpply at this office immediately. _ ^Octfibér 26, 18^1. jj" F. W. Chandler, Esq, ~canilidate"for Con- gress from this District. Kvas in toWn this we¿k. £T The Austin Gazette súppórls Hin. W. S. Oldh am for Confederate States' Senator. O* A norther, as we go to press, if blowing. These wintry blasts are beneficial to the health of the countiy. O* Col. Henry É. McCulloch states distinctly that Infantry companies are wanted for coast dcfonce—not Gavfclry. O* Ths people of Travis coonty have sent pff clothing to the troops in Virginia to the amount of six thousand dollars O" Captain Be«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1861

Jp r 1 __ THE CITIZEN. |^> Gol. C-. C. HERBERT is a candidate far i Mat in tke Confedera te Congress—election next November. IüÍANT VOTERS. . ! UT :|W« are authorized to anoomiee Col. A M. LEWIS, of ^Washington oouDty, as a candi date to represent the Second Congressional Dis- trict ia the Congress of the Confederate tates of America. Election ^next November. |y We are . authorised to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis co'unty, as a candidate tu represent the Sacood Congressional District in the Confederate States' Congress. Election in Jiv ember next. We are authorized to annonnce FRED. TATE, Esq., of Fayette county, as a candidate té represent the Second Congressional District in the Congress of the Confederate States of Amer- ica. Election next November. nmraha For Cdurfrress, Íuítf District, COL. C. C. HERBERT, OF COLORADO COUNTY. federal\ccount Of the bat- tle of the passes. We are indebted to the courtesy of Gen. Twiggs for the following telegraphic diepatches received from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1861

mí, LAW C A EDS ARNARD, FRED, Attorney and Conn- B sclor at Law, Columbus, Texas. ,14. PUTNEY,"R. J., 'Attorney and Counselor at Law/ColnmbUs, Texas. 19. CARTER, A. B., Attorney"and Counselor at Law,'and aéting Justice of the Peace for Colorado county,'Columbus, Texas. K. L. TOARD. ..... . . ... . . .. .*. .C. WINDROW. FOARD VWlNDROW, Attorneys at Law, Columbas, Texas, v3n47. COLLIER, "ED., 'Attorfiéy át Law, Ciolunn bufe, Texas. Prdmpt attention given to all bus'neps entrusted to his cire. v4nl0. /TI AZLÉY, WM. H., Attorney and'Counselor VT at Law, Columbus, Texas. Especial at- tention given to the collect! ivgbusine sr. Office over William Baker's store. v3n20hl? COOK, R. V., Attorney and Counselor at Law, Colunibus,'Colorado county, Texas, will attend promptly and strictly to alí business confided to his care. v4ul3. A. H. EAVtBSON ' .W. L. DAVIOSCN DAVIDSON, A. H. &. SON, Attorneys at Law, ColumbuB, Texas. Office with Dr. Thomas W. Harris. 23, DANIELS,'J. ii., Attorney-and C...

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

u? ir fe BRgSnU : é . r • O-iS VOLUME y. ;. ry'^ 3- "COLUMBUS, TEXAS, NOVEMBER W , jHe insertion , .<&■ 0 insertion 50 ono square, ens year... .10 06 í 00 • d «O , changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 i. « ' M 45 W ....2§ 00 ... Jj* . ,93 00 .. 3 50 in twelve mos. ... d 00 year, in advtuce 12 50 " " -.20 00 HgpHtHi afivance.... .35 00 ; to -one\ ddr«fcs, ■ in order to tetare oar ■rvj Advance.] State Offiees.......... .\ ....... ■* .$10 00 County Office* • • ........ >. ■■«•■,... 5 00 . Corporation Offices. . «•••«. ..«••..«•' 2 50 (]£?- Political Circular?, or communications o< •a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. ffJTTen linQa cr le«. constitute*square- '•i J A SERMON. v ~x?¿ 5 tor—De*r Sir : "Knowing your love and morality, I ¡hato determined to paper from two texts, i the 6th chapter of 1st "Nor thieves, nor revelerf, nor t the kingdom of <5cd." lage of the Apostle Paul, teacher -of the doctrines of Chris* eighteen centuries age., fiu...

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

> V m ■ • - THE ZÉIM. i MI SGELLANEOU S . _ Gol. C. C. HERBERT is a candidate oraTseat in the Confederate Congrew-^lection Mxfctfovember. MANY VOTERS. ",We are autbotired to announce Col. Á M. LEWIS, of Washington county, a candi date to represent the Second Congressional Dis- tri ct i« the upngress of the Confederate tatas of America. Election "next November. . . , . ¿mmmmm «¡r^- _ , We are 'authorized to announce F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, asa «fndidate to represent the Second Congressional •¡strict in the Confederate States' Congress. Election November neit. *5 r & V, f li * \ in We are authorized to.announce FKED. TATE, Esq., of Fayette county, as a candidate to represent the Second Congressional District in . the Congress of the Confederate States of Amer- ica. Election next November. For Cohort s*, 2nd íMicl, COL. C. C. HEEBERT, OF COLORADO COUNTY. Tho Mends •f Dr. Wm. G. Banks quest him ta run for tbe e^&ee of Surveyor, .will take charge'of tfce'offioeif ele...

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

fe % 1 i2S 1! TtheTblockade will se raised . 3. V. ba*BR..:v....%■«*«. BAfcER. Jk..'ll. W J. I>. 61KÉR & EROTHERSi j EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS =F 50T£!9B£R - 2,1861 ¿£5gr Governor Clark ha3 recommended Jay, the 28tb of November, as a nksgiving and Prayer. See advertisement of Professor T. 5, in to-day's paper. The Profes- a private «lasa to be instructed raages. The Professor enjoys a ñne reputation. ¡far All persons baviiig "business With the Treasurer, of Colorado county will call on T, Í\>lts, who may al ways be " found at his store on the West aide of the Square. ífhe Treasurer 1j« 'gone to the war, and, fiist¿ad of the click of -dollars, will be greeted fcith other sounds far less pleasant. elf our apprentices — Frank W'otofcB—h*h left %s amd Voluo- ¡ eered m &s service ^f his country, *nd proceeded^ on last Friday, to Velasco frith Captain Harrison's company. The remaining "Devil," although quiteypung, we suspect only awaits a favorable oppor- tunity to "be " dpli ...

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

If. I i i s>* is I -i fift rr i¿í T A LA W, CAED>S. > VR!-?.VRDv FRBDtiv, .Attorney aud Conn- sol >r at Law, Columbus, Texas. 14- B yTÑ'SVi :R rfAttorney and Counselor nt Law; 'OMéiiiSu*, Ttexaa. 19- —SLi—j ...: -i '" ii .í• ..-i . i ...i —¡—•— i \RTER, A. -3;. A-tflrdev. and- Gorsnsslor ! at Lawj'-nnd acting Justice- of 'flo -Peaci; for Colorado county, Ooinmbosv Texas.,;-, r. l. foard ¿ «o. windrow. F OARD & WINDROW, Attorneys «t Law, Columbus, Texas, \*3n47. COLLIER, ED., Attorney at Law Colara, bus, Texaa. .Prompt attention giyeri to all business entrusted to his cate. v4nl0. W^tAZLEY, ¥S . It, Attorney and Counselor VjT at Lav, Columbus, Texas. Especial at- tention given to the collecting business. Office over William Baker's store. v3n28hl? COOK, R. V.j Attorney and Counselor at Law, rCoiumbus, Colorado county, Texas, will attend promptly and strictly to all business eonfidtd to his. care. v4al3. A. H- BAVttíitOy^ , . . . W. L DAV1DBCN Davidson, a, h. & son...

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