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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 October 1866

■ t J yC- % p - - • = v/ ..-- ; . . ;• . ; I* !;J VOLUMK Yl. LI- eOLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. NUMBER I . L Fiom the Nashville BunneF. The Sn^ord off Lee I A.h * Forth iVóbi ¡ta «canard , pare und bright. Flashed lho Hworil «f Lee ! Far in Ilié Trijnt! «T the deadly fight. High h^ér *lhfeÍ>rkve, in the cause of right. Its slain legs sheen, hko a beacon light, Led ü¡> <in 10 victory. Out oj^itasnahbird, where full long . -^Iíjhi-hbe¡ed peacefully— it's re t by the battle song, shielding !lfi> iVe'. lo, sin'tmg the sirong, ■Gaitrdirf/ih'r'iiGtjt, aVerígiiig the wrong— Gíü/noJ Iho -w. rd of Lee' ,"-¿1 r{ cc-r' u ' Forth from it -cabVtrJrhigh in air, U.:tvc*?h V;íif?oÍ!f*s Üky—" AnH ihey who «aw it glaaiijitig there, And knew jvho bore U, koeli to «wear That where that *wnrd led -ihey wou>4 dare T« follow andtodie. Oat of its «cabbrtM!—Never haul Wayed.«wond,1rnnt,stain a* free ! Nit pirn -sword <M braver band. Nsr, braver blud iof * brighter I>9 d, N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 October 1866

■X,- > V- s «**■ i ■ - L f THE CITIZEN. ^dqushkd weekly by J. Du. BiAKER & BROTHER, EDITORS AND PROPKISTCRS. C0LUMJ8ÜS, TEXAS : Saturday ..Oct.20. 1866. An apologv-is due our readers for appearing this week half "ur «sua! but our paper has act arrived, and we co«^d cot do better. Thanks tú Mr. Geo. Gz6enwo*th for late New Orleans papers. On last Thursday the up and down train for Alley ton collided sear Stafford' Point. No rerious damage. As it was daytime, and on tbe prairie, the accident is unaccountable. \ J9F* We learn that a negro stole a pis tol from Mr.Kulow, of Alley ton,,a few days ago, eofd it and went to Houston on tbe oars. Mr. Kulow pursued;tbe gentleman,. brought Mm hick, and lodged bim In oar jail. ' tOT The weather continuos fine. It hm teetf rather warm, but is now clear and bracing", We have had no frost yet. We are looking; for a $prther now, when fire* ap<h overcoats win be pleasant companions- See notice of Cook &■ Collier, á-tt^rficys for Fort* «f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 October 1866

THE cm E iU. Published at Columbus, Colorado county. Texux, BY J. D. BASSE & BEO. fSariJtitum & Crtcncr. New Firm. Misf-ellitnrons Atetfiseinntfs. TERMS OF SUHSCRIP TION : One co|,y one year. §3 0 ; Five copies, one year 12 50 Tsn cupica to out address 20 00 'I wcHty copies one year. .... ¿5 0. OCT A«l copies mn&l be Went lo ono^aotiress, whoa a cleb i inn('f up, in o¡der lot cure the y yt | the club rates- OCT Political rirrnf in nf iff fíjTifiii^ijiii^of aprivate ur |ieu<i! al ¿characttr, Ht.. iriage orJroir- uary notices, (wjgfrirfqite^ihg ten Hues,) will be «herged as advertisenuffll; 4*~ ADVERTISING RATES: O '«(««re, one inset lion .'.$1 00 f'^ph pubscqut nt insertion 50 liiuiiu m cards, one square, one year .... 10 00 For fix tnoigbsv ... 7 00 For rtirte momfhs'? ^. 4*50 One column, one year... . *... ... 75 00 Half colbmn ... 40,00 Quarter column . 25 0s ft^7"Ten lilies or less constitute a square. 03"" Cash in variably required for all work. r . £ Letter from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 20 October 1866

c. T WOULD inform bis 'fiends and the public generally liiat lie.hatr opened, at the store liouse next door west oí" Brooks &■ Co. a. large and well-aborted slock of V 'STAPLE AND 'ÉANCT DRY GOODS, ■ $oots, S|ocs, Pats, SADDLERY, WOOD WARE, dec., which arc offered for sale at the very lowest prices. who is well known to the public, has, entire charge of the business, and will lake great pfea<- aare in ehowing Goods. V- Come. ani examine for yourself/ Col"m'i'"< May 7.-1866 48 "The Smile!" 4. • • i '*■>* ' : • ::í" t > i- ♦ .*; m;KQ *TKE«T, CoLtMmJS, TBXAB,- % 4 J. ÍJ, -SILVEY, Proprietor.** ANNOUNCE^ to the public that he lias re opened th.^ cbvve named Ba- Roon). and has suppTiyd li o B- r with a fresh slock of Wines. Liquors aS'dd'igúr*, The PhipfieJor of 44 THE SMIL*?" w H be ¡«leased io jn'«l his friends, •wh«*fffl[disponed to lei>t good liquors at all limes. St!ih>:i next door to Nat'onal Hotel. Columbus, Oct. 5th, 1866. v5n5l tf, i. I r-x • Miscrilaw0ai5 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 July 1869

y -m 5 V . " ,S*V ,t*r: .-fc @SEH *5?-' COLU.UDVS, TEXAS, JULY 17, 1869. ' • *■ ♦ ®|c Cfllorató Citip, F. BIRMRP, Editor. THEn^Di FARTHER PARTICULARS. _ We_ publish this little strip in order to give our readers all the news weTiave received of the overflow in the Colorado, Guadalupe and San Marcos Rivers, and their tributaries. We have heard that the report of the drowning of two hundred persons on the Colorado, at Bastrop, was unreliable. Rumor says that Webberville has been entirely washed away, whish, as it is situated in a low valley, may be true. Mr. Hugh J. Smith, of our town, left Victoria last Wednesday, and íeperts that a large portion of that town has been swept away. The bridge across the Guadalupe at that place was entire- ly destroyed. Of course the damage done to the crops is incalculable. West of the Guadalupe, we learn that the Cibolo has been up ten or fifteen feet higher than ever knowi?^ We have ° * no Tellable news from San Antonio of tie freshet, though the Her...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 17 July 1869

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1871

aiíid! rrrygvíú: I,N DEPENDEN T IN A.X.L T H I N G S-3N2ME XI T JEi A. L IN N O T H I N G-. spSfeí VOLUME IX. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,1871. 13 PDBLIÍHED WEEK . * * LY in columbus, at " ANNUM IN ADVANCE. BEN. BAKER, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, in advance $2 0! •• '• six months, " 1 50 Single copies, Ten Cents. v '? PROFESSIONAL BOWERS & MOORE, Physicians and Surgeons, COL UMEÜS, TEXAS. Office next door to Foard. Thompson & McCormick's Law Office. v9n!4y ? • R. V\ CO 0 K," ATTORNEY AT LAW, COL'JSnJTJS, TEXAS. J3T Office Nprth side Public Square. DELANY & FLEMING, 1 Attorneys and Counselors at Law íii T)iOjir) Columbus,"TríxÁs. Office, TTerth side Public Square. A ciiesley. geo. w. johnson CHESLEY & JOHNSON, ATT OBIEYSAT LAW, BFLLVltLE, AUSTIN CO., TEXAS. SP Officiin the Cqur^-Itpuse. «sÉBHBi.. o- 2 ,y W J. \\\ ii. lks.sing. ATTORNEYS A' *AW, EP Office, Soutli-wes.t corner ofCouytliousc Square, up stairs. The' German language •poke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1871

IE; = t Cfct (fatoÉr Citizen, H'-# ssir $k Editors. BRICK. BUILDING WEST SIDE PUBLIC B, OVER STORE WELLES * BURFORD. GGLUMBU8, TEXAS: ' Thursday Morning, Oct.. 12,1871. HATE OF ADVERTISING.. AdfertisiAg, (Currency,) $1 5ft per inch for first insertion, and Seventy-five Cents for sach subsequent insertion, for any time less than three months. 1 inch 3 mos. 14, 6 mos. $8; 12 mos. $10 2-: ' 3 9, 6 •• 14, 12 J 18 3" 3 •t 10, 6 "■ 20, 12 " 30 Ai" 3 t, 17, 6 " 30, 12 " 45 5 " 3 «« 20, tí " 38, 12 " 50 4 col., 3 «, 28, 6 •• 40, 12 ' 75 4 3 4, 40, 6 75, 12 " 130 Icol., 3 II 75, 6 " 125, 12 «• 200 Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege oi quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, when 6T ceeding ten lines, charged as advertisements. Calls upon candidates, their replies and circulars, and all notices of a personal character, (if at all admissable into our col- umns,} will be changed as advertisements. Advertisements with large cuts charged two priees. Advertisements under the head of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1871

V V. ;Z Égf'' . 5=5 )AY> OCTOBER IB, 1871. ACENTO. Hie following gentlemen aire authorized kgenta for the Oolorsdo OitiZBti • Colbrado Co.; .Oakland, " " ettsville, Lavaca Co.; 'oulton, '« " I, Frelsburg, Col. " Alley ton, Colorado Co-; ). R. KEWSOM, Eagle Lake, •• " W.T. McLEARV\Osage, H. McLEARY, Safa Ahtbnio,Bexar 11 a. nuu&aaiioan Antonio, Be J. GOD8EY, Wharton, Whartbh . iS. PEARSON, Richtaoond. Fort Bend '• " - C. THOMPSON) Galveston; USTAVE COOK, Houston, Harris Co.; Judge GEO. W. JOHNSON, Bellville, Aus- THOS.^c^TYRE, 60 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. t. -At the request of muiy citizens, I hereby elf «I candidate for the office of i of th« Peace, in Justice's Precinct Ko. 1, of Colorado county, made vacant by the resignation oí . Camillas Jones, Esq. Should a convention meet in Columbus, nprescnting Jhc mil of the masses, for the pur- pose of nominating a candidate, I shall abide ill ¿ir action. JNO. D. GILLMORE. October 12, 1871. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 October 1871

■ - T 1- n m * m CULOKAPO CITIZEN. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 6olu&bus, Odiorado County, Texas. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871. Fromthfe New Orleans Times. Í-ILE OLD TOMB. BY TIM LIXKEN WATER. In the midst of our city's bustle, There's a qniet resting place; The home cf fall many a mortal, Who has finished his weary race, Won him a crown eternal, Laid down earth' burdens drear, Been gathered home 'mid earth's blossoms; Or when life grew sallow and sear. And in this God's Acre there standeth A tomb, where the grasses sweep 0'erth3 names oh the tablet graven, And rank weeds round it creep ; % The bricks are all loose and falling, The mortar rotten and green. And no aign of love's tender memory, . Around the place is seeu. The slab tells the story of seven, Who once trod this earth of ours, And wept as earth's thorns pierced their bosoms, Or smiled as they culled its flowers; Tril one by one they faded The stream laving death's dark shore, The mother the last to pass over. When the others wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1871

^; w * ¡¡tp ; TV -. I jl 'Í' , ■- ■ - ~ifi' { . .•;? .< NDE — N D E N T Il3" ALL THIR GS-NEUTK AL I 1ST NOTHING. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19,1871. NUMBER 37. 13 FUBUSBBB weekly IN columbus, at TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, in Advance, sen. baker, Publisher. KJ§* W&t+xS.*- TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, in advance .$2 00 "■ six months, " . 1 50 8iagte copies, Ten Cents. PROFESSIONAL. E. V. COOK, t ' ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Columbus, Tesas. 1ST Office North side Public Square." 52 DELANY & FLEMING, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Columbus, Tex^s. Office, North side Pablic Square. a chesley. geo. w. johnson CHESLEY & JOHNSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BELLYILL15, AUSTIN CO., TEXAS. ST Office in the Court-house. 27y w j. bardes. w. h. lessing DAEDEN & LESSING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Columbus, Texas, Office, South-west corner.of Courthouse Square, up stairs. Tlie German language ■poken in the office. Will attend to all busi- ness of the Courts of the State and the Fede- ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1871

M wCTr- pgp¡ f4 : ■ • ^ . :'■ Í--' ."a^ffiisail (ífflirrak Citip, Q^J^Mc CORMICTE^' |Bditora- i: BBICK BOTLDINS .WEST SIDE PUBLIC t STOBE WELLER * BüRFOttD. « - - ——nr COLUMBUS, TEXAS t Morning, Oct. 19,1871. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertising) (currency,) $1 50 per inch for first insertion, and Seventy-five Cents for •ach . subsequent insertion, for any time less than three months. • -- 1 inch 3 Bsos. $4, 0 mos. $8, W, ■oa '■ 3 " 3 " 3 $ col., 3 ¿ 3- lcol.,3- 12 inosi.$l0 14, 12. 20. 12 30,. 12 38, 12. 40, 12- 75, 12. 125, 12 45 5 75 130 200 I / é 9, 6 10, & 17, 6 20,. 6 28, 6 4©,. 6 , n : 6 .JBPjB I Yearly advertise allowed, the privilege ol quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, when ex- ceeding ten-lines, charged as advertisements. Calls upon candidates, their replio* and *Veir circulars, and all notices of a personal character, (if at all admissable into our col- •nms.y will be charged as adverti#ements Advertisements with large «uto charged two prices. Advertiseme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1871

pf k -1 \ Jm i "5 colorado citizen. i I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1871 I iir i mk t AGENTS. a-S? followibg gentlemeh are authorised .AgéiitB for the Colorado Citifcen: Sn-iL-i'l,PAYNE, Content, Colorado Co.} FRIENCH SIMPSON. Oakland, •« •• vr?¿ Hallettstille, Lavaca Co.; T Tj^nf ' Moblton, " • J. F. LEYENDECKER, Frelsburg, Cot..' C. EVERETT, Alley ton. Colorado Co.; ^HiO. R. NKWSOM, Eagle Lake, " Dr. W.T.McLEARY, Osage, « " ■nr ®an Antonio,Bexar " y* _GODSEY, Wharton, Wharton '• *■ ~iEARSON, Richmond, Fort Bend " £r:T-C.THOMPSON.GalYeston; ' Col. GUSTAVE COOK, Houston, Harris Co.; ■Judge GEO. W. JOHNSON, Beliville, Aus- tin county ; THOS. McINTYRE, 60 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. 'For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 1. At the request of many citizens, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of vJuBiice of the Peace, in Justice's Precinct 1, of Colorado county, made vacant by the resignation oí Camillas -Jones, Esq. Should a convention meet in Columbus, rtprtmnting the mil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 October 1871

\ ** m COLORADO CITIZEN. ; * -4. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT Gplambus, Colorad^Coiinty^Texas. THUESDAT , OCTOBER 19; 1871. ' ■' ''' From "Songs of the Sierras •' The Hunter's Song. . ay j^aquin milleew Item as one unlearned, uncouth, From country come to join the youth Of some sweet townin quest of truth;., A Nazareno of wood and plain A-weet, from whence 110 good may come, I stand apart as one that's dumb, I .hope—I fear—I. hasten home, I .plunge into my wilds again. I .catch' some dulcet symphonies . lidrink the low, sweet melodies That stream through dense, 4ark-feathered trees Like echoes from some far.-e.burcn bed,. Or music on the water spilled Beneath|the still moon's holy spell, And life is sweeter—all is well— i soul is fed, The heart is filled. Iimove jimottg my frowning firá¿ Black bat? wheel by in rippled whirs, While naught else living breathes or stirs, I peep—I lit the boughs «part— 1 tiptoe up—I try to rise— Istrive to gaze into the eyes Of charmers charming very wise— l.coi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1871

% mmm m Uv • . -f.'-ie."- *g$É¡ I :.f?t:!0 üétc! ■ <im njfo^a^ INDEPENDENT I JST A Ij L T XI X 3s -N E Ü' T Jl ^ L I ÍSÍ 3ST O T li J >T G. « ** 5 ,* Pasaje BU- ejzz ÜbS^^S^S'0 ■ &!J89« ami tí > «,• ■v.-.-.v-a rjiic .u^ijiaya * aajx.w mí jts aa*u ,a>v uíj> _ COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26,1871. nsr IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY IS COLUMBUS, AT TWa D0L14B8 PER ANNUM, IN. ADVANCE. . -:~vi ■' Ifl*1rti41i>íí ti<; *-;r:. BÉN. BAEBR, FuttHshe*. •*:: t¿¡ ifc.ío ; t.í ;. tji >;>.- Sí .. ■•Jiitótlt One copy ob£ year, hi advance ..$8 AO " six months. " .......... 15Ó Single copies,, Tí T^8- - i "••■hiui* •i**' SESSIONAL. r" ' DELANY & FLEMING, Attpraeya find Counselors at Law Columbus, Texas tW Office, North side Public;8qnare. g -— 1 ■— —rr. a chesley. geo. w. johnson CHÉltÉY & JOHNSON, ATT O BWEY S AT L AW, UFI.LVILt.E, A USTIN CO., TEX AS. iy Office In tlie Court-house. 27y" W J. HARDEN. w. H. LESSIXG- DARDEN & LE8SING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Columbus. Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1871

49% ¿l §m & i 1 Ip a * Editora, rrirrtrii t-BHILDISa WEST SIDE PÜBLIS RQUARSyOVBKVfO * WELLKB * BORFOBB. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Thursday Morning, Oct. 26,1871. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertising, (currency,) fl W per inch for first insertion. and Seveaty-five Cents for tnvw lubsaqnent insertion, foran} time, less than three months. 1 inch 3 mos. %1,, C ,üm. a 3 3 4 " 3 5 " 3 i col., 3 * 3 l'col., 3 9. 10 17, 20, 98, «, V6, $8; 12 mos. 14, 19 i W. " 12 12 " 12 « 12 " 12 20, 3*. 40, 75. 125, $1 18 30 45 50 75 130 200 ft erx* Yearly advertisers listed the privilege quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, wberi ceeding ten lines, charged as advertisements. Calls upon candidates, their replies and **.air circulars, and all notices of a personal character, (if at all admissable into our col-, tains,) will "be charged as advertisements. / AdféTÜiéWiCls tf! large cntB charged two prices^ Advertisements under the head of Special Notices, two prices. All advertisements and subscriptions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1871

■:§%m M- sea lDO CITIZEN. AI, OCTOBER 26. 1871 AGfeNfS. are authorised i! racier was ably defended by his J. H. Dr.T. It oultoW,4 £OM, EagleLake, '• •« Osage, « " Antonio,Bexar " Wharton " I. Fort Bend " SON, Galveston; _ X)OK, Houston, Harris Co.. W. JOHNSON, Bellville, Aus- THOS.CmSnTYB£, 60 Camp Street, New For J as tice of the Peaee Preciact No. 1. At the request of nany citizens, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, in Justice's Precinct No. 1, of Colorado county, made vacant by ihe resignation of Caniillus Jones, Esq. Should a convention meet in Columbus, repu$uiti g mil aftkt masses, for the pur- pose of nominating a candidate, I shall abide their action. JNO. D. G1LLMORE, October 12, 1871. STorie^—Wa are requested to give twtice that Father Const. Hergeuroether, Faster, at Bernard, will lecture at the Courthouse in Columbus, on the 2d,3(^ and 4th days of November next, for the benefit • of the " New Bernard Catholic Ghureh." The snl^ee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 October 1871

a PUBLISHED WEEKLY At Columbus, €óloradoXíoHntj,Texa8. thursday, october 26, 1&71. LETTING Tffi8> OI,P CAT 1ME. «ot 1<mff ago I wMdered near A play ground iu the wooa. , And there heard words from; * youngster a lipa, , • That I've never quite understood. "Now let the old j t die," he laughed, I saw bin*give ft push, . Tlien gaily scamper away aa he spied A face peep o,T srthe bush. But what faa pushed or where 4® went, . I couia not well make out, , , Qn account of the thicfcet ófbendftig bongb Thatbqrdered the pl^ceabqutv "The little villain b s atoned a cat, Orhnngit upo a- tbelüab . u";aixlí. And left ititftdie all alone," I said; ''But:^'ll [pla^ the mischief mth him. I forced my way between the boughi, The poor old cat to \ .... And what did I find but a «winging child. With her bright hair brushing her cheek Her bright hair floated-to and fro. Her little red dteas flashed by. But the loveliest thing of- *11,1 thought, Was the gleam otter laughing eyo Swinging and sw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 December 1871

N" Gr 1ST O T H NEUTRA N" G © T H INDEPENDENT VOLUME IX. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7,1871. NUMBER 44 ■?« THE COLORADO (JITIZM Ml PUBLISHED weekly is columbus, at TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. . BAKER, Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 0b« sopj one year n advance $2 0^ " " six months, " 1 50 Single copies. Ten Cents. PROFESSIONAL. V. & O. ELLIS, attorneys at uw, halletts* illc, lavaca cu., texas, WILL give prompt attention to all mat- ters entrusted to them, ftr.d practice iu all tbe Courts of the State. novl6n41y Letter fiom one of our Brazilians. We have been permitted to publish thh following letter from one of our fellow townsmen, who emig ated to Bra zil. We desire ail persons who have any idea of going to that country to read this letter, as it is.from a reliable man, and they will be satisfied that they had better remain at home. We feel u deep sympathy for those of our friemts who were so misguided as to leave the to ntry for foreign ports, and there iu a f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 December 1871

Cjje Caltrrak Citizen, WELLS THOMPSON, GEO MoCORMICK, ' Editors. OFT10K : WORTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. 00LUMBU8, TEXAS. Thursday Morning, Dec. 7, 1871 rates of advertising. Advertising, (currency,) $1 50 per inch fbr first insertion, and Seventy-five Cents for each «nbseqnent insertion, for any time less than three months. 1 inch 3 mos. $4, 6 mos. $8, 12 mos •• S «■ a " 3 " 3 4 col., 3 é " * 1 «•!>> 3 9, 10, 17, 20, 28, 40, 75, 14, 20, 30, 38, 40, 75, 125, 12 12 12 12 12 12 IS Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege ot quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, when ex- seeding ten lines, charged as advertisements. Calls upon candidates, their replies and *\sii circulars, and all notices of a personal character, (if at all admissable into our col wans,) will he charged as advertisements. Advertisements with large cuts charged two prices. Advertisements under the head of special Notices, two prices. All advertisements and subscriptions due in advance. The Printing Bill Repe...

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