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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 December 1871

S-v *« t Ms '% ■ |P C( iLOliAÜOCniZkK. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT CehmibuS, Colorado County, Texas. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1S71 ' That genuine old Gertftari con- servative J. E Arnim of Lavaca, gave qs a call during tbe past week. ImprovsMbnts.—Onr town stilgoes up, several new hnildings are be ing ereciedt and business is brisk and lively. GT Bar Mkkting.—Tbe legal fra ternify met in council las Saturday anil agreed upon a uniform schedule of min- imum charges for legal services. We will publish tbe prices in a few days. JST Major J. S. West has been ap* pointed hy the Governor Notary Pub- lic for this County. His office can he found at the law office of James, W. Smith Esq.. We are glad to hear of the mar riage of our old friend'Vr- J. N. Bink- ley, to Mrs Moore. May their jonrney through life be as pleasant as flowers in spring. . Police Codrt.—We propose here after to furnish our readers with regular reports of the acts of the Police C"urt of the county, and we intend to keep them, well...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 December 1871

JUU^LLL', CO'LOKAIH) ( I l VA l-.N. PüdtTSHED WEEKLY AT Cbhunbns, Colorado County, Texas. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1871 Frotn the Carte^sville Express. An El >sy o;i th ■ si ¡ ■ u lltaoaa aud Ken esa w. my mrs. m, j x.'cosltll. Let not a voice of man be beird, No, not a xing-Ie human word ; On Allatoona's lonely height, Or, Kenesaw, from morn till night. Let silence reign or Mature speak, For words of man would be to weak ; Let emblems stand, and mournful sounds Be «ver Heard o'er hallowed grounds, Where^ fought and bled our fearlesi braves, Who lie a round in shallow graves. Chant, Etowah, forevermore, A requiem from shore to shore ; Ye eaves, the echo ever sound, The everlasting hills around, And Chattahoochee ever weep, Boar tears of woe to ocean deep. lorever let them onward roll, Till frozen at the Arctic pole. And rocks of ages never sleep, But silent viw¡¡8 ever fceep( Bravo old oaks stand sentinel, Ye stood the fight so firm, so well. Spread wide;our banners, dog-woods white...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 December 1871

. K 1 i .j- «ái ¿i SEL? ... v t>5* «'.) f' ' iitf jp ;.. 1 ?««4oí* ; '4 .>«•! éj' tíM* aatrvJjj.. . ■ P&3BBI { kv v '¿turna .t .& « ' * < 1 «fafci :-. '1 ata. SJ *t I •í U J ' .!•,• .!8¿«uh í -vi ÍJ ,lífc| ,TítAliíí*L pgooo yortjp *o 5fH3 íiáq t WJQII It) «'J ,«r,:*1 *$M?l : «f jU jt w fcifeaood B * A .«J* A tiiil a—asai <• « * - BBf. ÁK1 I • ft a# t "'fHni iif¿i pü *)-; *dt TUMI OP , té advance....,...$2 00 _ M.M¡ Ceuta. ■ 4 íá Sj ,¿:- INDEPENDENT IN ^ 3L L THING8-NE UTE AL IN NOTHING. r> afcr y-age ilftfiTljil COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14,1871. ike SUU SfflumUc Platform. m¿ Columbas And vicinity in the practice of 9, Surgery and Obstetrics. Dr. Haiti son has had a larg«r experience in c,t of all forms of Chronic Disease W gnch as are peculiar io females fa well supplied witb instruments, to •nek aa feauiro ¡Surgical aid. • - -a s . a. _ _ i—- Mf Yl Wct wreqwr - - „ „ ST Office, up stairs ia the Rcever BuiMrng, i ■ i i . . i ' • ..i • .■■■"' —— WB0....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 December 1871

mm í|e (loíooto Citizen, THOMPSON, ^ qbo. mtodormkjjt . tora. xorth sidk ptjblic square. TEXAS: Thursday MorniñgrPec. 14,1871. of adfbbtbwc. («nrrcnct.rf1 50 W ,nch , and Seventy-five Cents for insertion, Jbr any time less 1 inch 3 bos. *4, 6 « J •• 9, 6 *— 3 10, 4 " 3 " 17, 6 « , 3 " 2<t i col.j 3 V 98; I .. j " 0 40, lee!., 3 " 7 , ;$*,> 14, 20, 30, 88, 40, 75, 125, 12 mos. 12 J. 12 " 12 " 12 " 12 ' 12 " 12 '■ flO 18 30 45 50 75 130 200 Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege oi quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, when ex- ceeding ten lines, charged as; advertisements. Calla «pe candidates,-their replies and *\jfr eiñnbm, and all notices of a personal eharaetef, (if at all admissable into our col- ) will be charged as advertisements. >ntf with large cuts charged Advertisements under the head Of Special two pnces Notices, two prices. , . . , All advertisements and subscriptions due in advance. mm H<w. William Pbissick.—We have Hearted from parties in Matag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 December 1871

mas ñrnm r, DECEMBER 14, 187Í . ? hcsqu**? AGENTS. . authorised ',Uirkc*Co. , Col rudo Co.; _ ... _ jBexar Wharton, Wharton Fort Band *| , Harria Co.; Bell villa, A u- •0 Camp Street, New tMQ> bh feltow mat). Té At the request many citizens, I hereby myself a candidate far the oáBce of Jaatiee of tbe Peace, la Jwtice's Precinct *o.l, of Colorado county', m*d. vacant by the resignation of Camilla Jmm, Esq. representing tie wiU of the masses, for the par- pan of aotsinatinga candidate, I abaft abide thsir action. JNO. D. GILLMORE. October 12, 18TÍ. QT W« biT« bean delayed in the iasnance of the " Citizen" last weak and tbi«, on aeconnt of moving into oar new bnilding; and tie patraña oí tb« paper moat bear wifb as. It is no easy matter ta change an establishment of the' s;ze of tk« Citizen Ccom one office to another, and we are not so certain that we will be Able-'t* "eone ap to lirae"in our next, J|..|^8bo^dsnot, the pnbHc-may v ^ledeadi'aa k d¿:eqnita,qle, .and " " - ^feMÜbi«ione...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 14 December 1871

v ü StelSÉBi* m ni tXCí published weekly at r, Texas. '' Ar1'- =5=3= THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1871 \ THB HOUSEHOLD ANGEL, i «hiñes net lit bannered Held, Which men and -women battle for i Tet in her presence subtle, sweet, Ton lQgg to knee Land kiss her feet. Jto wondrous romanee wreathes her life ; * Sor hath she led & martyr train! Nor beautiful nor rich is sbe. or, and some would call her plain ; en robe enfolds her form ■; Bar dainty leisure has her hands ; Her jewels are a simple ring ; A ribbon binds her hair's smooth bands, Yet in her garment's ¿imple grace, Her seal's reality yon trace, v'í- S ... No gift she has to shake and thrill, i ^ T'W * rble song, And art that wakes the ivory keys. To other hands then her's belong, Yet in her words of tender cheer, A rich masieehanris the ear. Sh* walks in hnmble ways of life. That ledoftimes thro' gloom and shade ; Aad carea aad crosses, not a few. Are on her patient shoulders laid •. Yet smiles and drinks each bitter cnp And keeps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 February 1872

' '* % V* J i 9 • INDEPENDENT IN ^ L L THIN G8-NEUTR AL IN NOTHINGS. VOLUME IX. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1872. NUMBER 52- THE COLOR ADO CITIZEN 18 published wsbkl.v is columbus, at TWO DÓUJ&S PER ANNUM, ■ IN ADVANCE. jypw, BAKSm, Publisher. T)ERMS OF wms MPTION. One copy ODe year, in advance .$2 00 ** " six months, " 1 Siaffo copies, Ten Cent*. P R Q F £ S S I-ON A"L ■■ T r— BOBEES & MOORE, Physicians and Surgéens, COLUMBUS, TEXAS . HP'Office next door to Foard, Thompson S McCormick's Law Office. v9n14y R. Y. COOK, ATSORSBY AT LA'.*.. CoL'JMUrs, Texas. JJg" Office North side Pnblic Square. 52 DELANY & FLEMING, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Columbus, Texas jy Office, North side Public Square. £ LIGHT. bt wm. ritt palmer. From the quickened womb of the primal gloom, . The sub rolled bleak and bare, Till I wove him a vest for his Ethiop breast, Of the threads of my golden hair ; And «.lion the broad tent of the firmament Arose on its airy bars, I penciled the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 February 1872

4 m % CokÉfl Citizen. offics : north side pl'blic square. WE GLSf TH OMFSON, QUO. McCORMICK, Editors. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Thursday Morning, Feb. 8,1872. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertising, (ctárrsuy,) #1 SO pbr inch for first insertion, and afeyenty-ffve^onts for aaoh subsequent insertion, for any time less than three mouths. mos. 1 inch 3 mos. $4, e 12 mos. $10 2 " 3 " 0, 6 •• 14, 12 ' 18 3 - 3 " 10, 6 «« 20, 12 " 30 4 •• 3 " 11, 6 " 30, 12 " 45 5 " 3 " 20,"IS " 38, 12 " 50 ¿col-,3 " 28r 6 '• 48, 12 • 75 4 3 " 40, 6 «• 75, 12 '« J30 lcsl.,3 «« 75, 6 " 125, 12 '• 200 Yearly advertisers- allowed the. privilege oí quarterly change Marriage and Obituary Notices, when ex- «eedlng-ten Hnes, 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- umns,) will be charged as advertisements. Advertisements with large cuts chargcd two prices. Advertisements under the head of Special notices, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 February 1872

)0 CITIZEN. Y, FEBRUARY 8. 1872 X rae - AGENTS. — - tfife The following gentlemen are mtlonw its for the Colorado Citiaen: ad, Colorado Co; He, Lavaca Co.; x JULIUS E. AKÑÍM, Mon'ton, " 'LEYENDECKER, Frelsbftrg, Col. «• JjVEllETT, Alleyton, Colorado Co.; R?\N¡¿WSOM, Eagle Lake, " cLEARY, Osage, « ART, Saa Antonio, Bexar " , Wharton, Wharton " Richmond. Port Bend " . Galveston; K, Houston, Barría Co.) SON, Bellville, Aus- Camp. 8treet, New Dr. W.T P. E. PEA GUST Orleans, * * T K< Ey Read this Notice, get - posted, *7%ÜÍdM}lr benefitted the information. 'Creí* ford & Stewart keep eons'antly on, band at (beirí Repository, No. 27 Strand. Galveston, a very large and tvell selected slerck of carriages, bug- gies and líameos, bnilt to tbeir own or der, which they are selling at regnlar cat throat priceto./Write to tbem for tbeir ittnsttated catalogue ant! price list. Pec..14, 45 6m NotIcb.—T. ^P. Hardeman i« tbe an tborieed 6 gent flpi tbo Citizen, and is empowered^Vv -Kfbsact any b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 8 February 1872

i r~~ COLORADO CITIZEN; They vill all Do So. íl PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT CehúAlms, Colorado County, Texas. THURSDAY^ FEBRUARY THE CHILD AT PRAYER. • Into ber chamber went A little child one day, And by a chair abe knelt And thus began to pray; Jesus, my eyes I close— Thy form I cannot see; If thou art near me, Lord, I pray thee speak to me. II voice she heard within her sonl, 1 hear thee, tell ine all.'' LEGAL. A still ama ' Wbat is it, child? ' Bffty 1 That thoa wilt condescend To terry in my heart, And erar be my friend, The path of life is dark— I would not go astray; Oh. let me have thy hand lb lead me in the way. -I will notleave thee.cbildysdone,' She thought she felt a soft hand press her own. tell me, Lord, that all • i living pass away— I ,éí • Fear not—I They i The! The aged soon muot dio. Ana even children may. Oh.-let my parents live TiJ la woman grow; For if they die, what can A little orphan do T • Faar net, my ehiW—whatever ills may come I'll ad forsake thee till I bring t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 February 1872

ft •18 m-Jív i* áé aifcí !> < INDEPENDENT THIN QS-NEUTE At OTHING VM>At .1 í X. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22,1872. NUMBER2, THE COLORADO CITIZEN i -u 18 published WEEKLY IN COLUMBUS, AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, «-*' ÍN ADVANCE. BBN. BAKER, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, in advance . .$2 00 á : o six month8, ........ 150 feíag^ copies, Ten Cents. PROFESS IONAL. BELANt & FLEMING, Attor&eyB and Counselors at Law Columbus^ Texas -r > / ' . - • air Í-Í Qflfcg, North side Public Sqnare. g coeslet. GEO. \V. JOHNSON **CHESLET &«¿FOHNSON. iri¿) LAW, wTOCTtwd«í>crrf.>i c£v TBXAP. Sy Offiee in the Court-bouse. m J. JM1CBE|I« r sr. H. HfSSIKP? BARDEN fe LE6SÍNG.J i? ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Columbus, T?xa«, íttAPi ST Office, South-westerner of Coarfl Sanare, np /rtarr*. The berrean langftage «eoken in the office. Will attend to sllbujsi- mMs.af the Co*rt« of Ae jSlute aad the F-ede- /«I ¡Court at Galveston. 2Sy JAMES W. * SMITH, ATTORNEY AT L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 February 1872

Cefcrak Citizen. I tomes: kifflrwpt QBtichqoark. WELLS THOMPSON '} Bdltora. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Thursday Morning, Feb. 22,1872. BATE OF ADVERTISING. Mwmttmng, (currency,) $1 50 per inch for first insertion, and Seventy-fire Cento for «neb* subsequent insertion, for any time less than three months. j lash 3 moa. $4, C mos. $8, 12 raos. $10 8 M 3 •• 9, e — J4, 12 • 18 S " « M 10, 6 u 20, 12 " 30 4 * * m 17. 6 30, 12 " 45 6 "3 *4 20, 6 •< 38, 19 " 50 i sol., S m 28, 6 " 48, IS * 75 ¿ " 3 <• 40, 6 <1 75, 12 " 130 1 cel., 3 it 75, 6 , 11 125, 12 '• 200 Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege ot quarterly change. Marriage and Obituary Notices, when ex- ceeding ten lines, charged as advertisements. Calls upon candidates, their replies and *V*ir circulars, and all notices of a personal character, (if at all admissable into our col- umns,) will be charged as advertisements. Advertisements with large cuts charged two prices. Advertisements under the head of Special Motiees, two prices....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 February 1872

: 1872 •mim MM «re authorised i CStisen: ', Oakland, Colorado Cot ' üettaville, Lavaca Co '"on!ton, ■< * •• t, Freltburg, Col. " pton, Colorado Co.; I, Eagle Lake, " l¥, Osage, " " >i San Antonio .Bexar " , Wharton, Wharton '• Richmond. Port Bend " 'SON, Galveston; LVE COOK, Houston, Harris Co . W. JOHNSON, Bellville, Aus- *7J¡ LNTYRE, <0 Camp Street, New Orleaaa, La. V |v epvn* Rt. Rev. Bishop Gregg will visit Columba on Sunday, 26th instant, and have «services at the Courthouse. He will be ai LaGrange on the 28tb «ad 29th. or We call attention to the card of Mrs- Arnold in another column. Persona wanting good board, good rooms, pleasantly ' situated, and in qniet, delightful portion of our city, -with' a 'pleasant, kind, affable family, will do veil te give Mrs. Arnold a trial 0T Washington's birth-day was celebrated here, on Thursday, by the firing of cannoa, and tbe flaunting of .Spangled B^nc^r tiUiie breeze. Thbatbb at GasmTo Hall —We sincerely trust that our citizens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 February 1872

II RS4ᣠ>. SB- COLORADO CITIZEN. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1872 WOOING. A little bind once met anotber bird, N^nd whittled to her, "Will you be my mate I" With flntterkigfwiags she twÜteiTed, "How abpordT > Oh, what a silly pate !" And off onto a distant tree she flaw To find concealment in its friendly cover, And passed the hoars in slyly peeping through At hoc rejected lover. The jilted bird, with dropping heart and wing, Poured forth his ¿jarief all day iu plaintive songs- Telling in sndne88 to the ear of Spring 4 The story of his wrongs. But little thought he, while each nook and dell With the wild music of his plaini were thrilling, That scornful breast with sighs began to swell Half pitying .and half willing. Next month I walked the same sequestered way, «. When close together on a twig I spied them, ^uid in a nest half hid with leaves there lay Four little birds beside them. pGoy maid, this moral in your ear I drop: Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

COLOR J sxf CITIZEN. see 'tm --osf COLUMBUS, COLORADO COUNTY.tfEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1889. Price, Ten Cents Per h>y. GRAND OLD lo They resided , and are buried burying ground, ring reputations their descendants. in was in Nicholls' b J to build Point and South in Co.. D, Cavalry BattaS Legion, which crossed the fall of 1863 at to July, 1864, under McCul- Ross and Forest campaigns which made famous, when nd his leg am- r in 1865, and Cook & i noted law firm of firm the 6, he was papular the office for County the mili- lie could not formed a part. of this F, with I J.E. Arnimof Lavaca, s counties of Col- ) constitutional con- " * * " loot ; for the ;.into ef- •J , Major H. H. statesman, lawyer, , so well known in who declined a re-election—McCor- nominated by the convention of democratic people of the state to was elected by an over- majoiity, and held the office first term of that great and re- , O. M. Roberto. He filled with ability and credit to himself to the people, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

O'O LOBADO OITIZE SPECIAL EDITION. @oI waáo @üi ztn IS rüBOSHED EVERY THDllSDAY, At Two Dollars per annum, By BEN. Iff. BAKER, Proprietor. COLUMBUS, TEXAS?: cents Dam 800 feet long Head-gates Pen stocks and Tail 10 per cent, ci Total... From these figures it will be seen that the M iirnn |I " ¡i ' i 1ÍH' rliinnii I mill nnfn won, uence 1 would ruomnmni] recoiuweud Us adop- tion and as to the route of the canal would recommend the location shown on the map, with some slight variations, as may become necessary by inequalities of ground, or cost of right of way, etft- as to me damage from extreme Hoods"- my estimates from the dam and head-gates are ample .to provide for the necessary prfcV í Q f lection at the upper end of the canal; bUtT r would recommend the construction of an iiiftirflHMriilHÉi Wfl'OTirrtnrsrdeS 01 threAnal from creating I -m6yrw9iwMckiaht%yrpdu<ie<M>wl<>'i>tiie I sides. I.have, assumed that, the .material j \%ío3§h lk'tóSli,tmS,'fcaBfá!ftis tBoe &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

w OOLOEADO OITIZEN-SPEOIAL IE ID I □? I O IsT - of 'Of «1 e location was e tal>- progress, to- impart ladylike and taulely, of (be •i trti .B i hat «r, iuefficicnt, and M i * 0,1. the school it has rop«ta!im<, a ion, Iberi- of dollars anno Hpttet otherwise in ether towns. ^ a H. T0WN8END, senator fob to® eleventh district. i filled v of Tena he filled so < instruction \ V.: his ,vd II i 1 rofesaor . rofths t in his oredecej- I Jft wnvvv id t« aeo- to Hie present with Professor Jaa, W. í «W educated al the South, University, it the 3tad ell nspael great her present IbsIUuUob of leara* Prof, Brown Um held very Important la Tennessee and in Texas, wrmer State far his wife's besoming enelmuteü with the te of Texas, he resolved to east towtthtofeeoj*. ^elsiaaa el mm " aenae, the old giulfn «t tof the ti e ¡ rejeetiag that have rendered so i in the educational world, . Molt ia occupy lag pro imp** i which Prof. Q k, Moore of Prof. Moore is kept )* hut This his professional nobili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

COLOB A XDQ OITIZEIST-SPEOIAL TnnlTlO^"- PCBUS IKD *YK*T TSÜBSDAT, Sy SWT. *. Frojristor. KING COTTON. in imiESTIIC E1ILY IIITIIY-HB F1MIESH IF IlfESTIM Fit ITS JIISL' Hl'TCK—MIE 11MÍE1 IIIVIllTJaLWITlfl. AN EXHAUSTIVE REVIEW. * y u factored fo [Old Homestead, Savannah, Ga.] About the early history of cotton then- i a mystery thai seems difficult lit Hulve. No vegetable production ha* % « i ter field of clinate and soil ada| t *<l to its cultivation, nono seems to have been so universally known, and yet it in o«ly within the memory of man that it has asM'íned its present importmt piten in the commercial affairs of tlw wurll. Cotton wa? India in the earliest seeuis Uthave been by all "the oriental back as history has rd, and yet, iu its man , it ne#er occupied in ancient times a place of importance for the wants of man. Tib« Hindoo, Arab and Persian hav, no doubt, from time immemorial, formed their loose robes of cotton. It was more agreeable in their hot cli than any other fabric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

MÉMÍ ®*u ti<cJ- a -i OOLOBADO OITIZEUrSPEOIAL EDITION. /XX? the cottonseed makea th of ratiiufMtnrinj per ton, Min mbtraeted from the ] the total oost ,114. Thl§ yield, leave* Gennert pro- II rat, I ho wed ami the lint ia almost com- meant of dlffu- which weigh ton, form port aooounta for the Ity of tho meal, alema the lint am! up, and l ho oil areaaed «L It la impoaalhleto all tho oil by meana of preamre, and therefor* they pet only thlrty.flve per ton. The meal of the tiroeeaa U auperlor alan, «a oil In the meal tho inore val* her far foud for stock or patent la very almple, Hent to run a gin i machinery. it o note fm. inwfoeittro the hie new prooeaa la to in Attnwv.n, and not hill thu httildlng) to he nwto Ihero rtS |vu«iM,and in- *r aowthw taw *, Of 128.70. entirely del Hi lliLIANOE NOTES. Ill 1MTBC1STINS FACT CHILATE# FM T TUB US1 IF THE FUMEIS. T. I he oonetruoto* en >d h iron, ihU I pí tt the m\t HON. I W, HJÍPHKÜBNTATIVK Mm PUTHIOT, HArom (Sirauniiel «I Mate Qwtwwit | ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

BASES, Proprietor. OÓLOBADO BDITIOH. Citiítw *VBKY THURSDAY, DISTRICT FAIR. k\ ¡SPILT,XT SUCtESTIQJi. Pro|>oMj Plan «• Fui Ihe DUiriet *x ><-<" I *" Tiik Crrizw Ins b.-tn a«lv<«cating the II itU'r i X of Hit y Hill ili^ir'cl fair for some time, ami i* pleased to leaco th il m ine itii< r«'*t has been elicite«l in differ.-.l pirU of lite count J' will re* f«rc uv to ilii.- h.|i rtant question. In itimy pnrls <f the Ptaíf? c- unties have lh *ir : « it I fair*, wli.-h are at- trie i vi-, t|r;i w th>* together, ci-ttu'iii fi ¡«Mi'ls'iiji , ►|>re.i'l alifuail a 8'iirit iiif.'rm. ti u ¡nnl kii' wlr«lge o línhivaiiuj genera! crop.-which is of \; t advantage to the agricultural iti- restu of the ai-etinivfTpresenled, and the fair is ¿ft the same t in; self-sut. tainiii, the plan financially successful, and the only drawback to/the enterprise seems to be that tjigfe is no active, energetic np. "What is everybody' busi- ia nobody's business"." This, however, can be ...

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