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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

t' ' ' I J ft m T i I * t m Lous T« not satisfactory, - buttlv«ion of-the 10 li| ¿•iklf *« nitJi Í e i 1 ft>8- rtr the last Ú e Instance. Into it t ed^ e sui-facts ow a laigé those who í thin y or forty year. 1 to that city—the amuuut of money paid out by them per month to their army of employe Jy prematurely up ^ViSSimp'Si Ml 'Ná^["tüf WWWl. '«Sí^tlU'torneo # Furnishing beer that m lu Uw Hie in the *Utc. Mr. H. D. mano, the Preildeot of thu Mr. L. Berg, the Secretary, are so well known to the bnahwa world Ute mere mention of tfie fact of UtMr F'coB * nectlon with the Los a^jTAHgjw we r y is sufficient guarantee of iwlfaj^llty |jn(^U excellence of lu product. • > COLUMBUS AGENCY LUI*!ky| ~iw-tlfat purpose to the seedlings of M'apMvüat'ssf!'*' im .ana more numerous roots^and. mawwmm ¿¡¡«wrttwsa^ feel jrood.. Ttei, |™ Brewery, úlu.teO ""8'e' bl" en°™"> *ly l° í. P -íTaiiwtóiaViK.-iiHhiíaíiiffl itow. ^'i^wi toiiw. ii«í*i terprise and pluck. difficult to dig up aqddírHn pl o(t....

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

colorado citizs3st"sfecial editioist Colorado (ptteew culdflbcs. colorado county, texas Tuesday October 99. CITY OFFICERS. hon. e. J. sandmeyek, m \ you of columbus. Mr. Sandmeyer first saw the light of day io the city over which he now presides as Mayor ou tbu lUibJily, 1833. lie received a common school education at the academy in thi- pliict*, afterwards attending the Texas Mili ary Institute at Austin. He entered the law office of Messrs. Foaid, Thompson & .McCormick in 1678, receiving h't license as a member of the bar the same year. Aficr pr dicing his profession for sevt r .1 veiiri<, lie intired into partnership with Capt. It. E Stafford in the banking b isiuens. since whicli time has been engaged as the managing partner in the business. Mr. Sandmeyir U a g i.tleman who en- joys the entire coufldn c of iiíh friends and the public geneiaHy, and is known and re- c gnized as one of the most progressive business men of the city. w. l. adkins, esq., city attorney. Mr. Adki...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

COLQBASO CITIZEN-S3ECIAL EBITlOOCl w1 a", pronounced The originated DICK'S H (LATE ILSE'S.) COL spring •It. cteuud pellucid, fronv tU" and forms the San Antonio^' M uA.:AA jjiexico, of the most powerful tend withl the Lone dealing, the excellency of tt e eoartesy of its extended its trade to far by its originators. THE JiPANESÉ PEtílim ^ JVitb most new pomologioal pro- ducts the first experiments are not satisfactory. For several years the cultivation of the to their I to paid 'dut by them per army of employes going far porting hundreds. Tk«y make their owTSI ice, own their own cars, (the Zimnfennann patent refrigerator,) fcod by. prompt ship- ments and quick transit^ furnish better and purer beer than any otfifer -eeeeertnftttqg business in the state. Mr. H. D. Kamp- mann, the President of the company, and Mr. L. Berg, the Secretary, are gentlemen^ so well known to the business world thdt the mere mention of the fact of their con- nection with the Lone Stab Brkwbby is a sufficient ...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 22 October 1889

d- tí - tf *1 K. / COLORADO OITIZEIT-SPEOIAL EDITION. Citwfctx CULl'lRES, COLdSADO C6DSTY,TKIAS Tiieodaf r^r .October 99. CITY OFFICERS. I- HON. E. J. SANDMEYER, MATOH OF COLUMBUS. Mr. Sandineyer first saw tbe light of day in the city over which he now presides as Mayor ou the ISili J ily. 1853. He received a common school education at the academy in thi- place, afterwards attending the Texas Mili ary institute at Austin. He entered tbe law office of Messrs. Foard, Thompson & McCormick in 1878, receiving h's license as a member of the bar tbe same year. After pr dicing his profession for aevtr <1 years, he < nte red into partnership witli Capt. R. E Stafford in the banking bjsiness. siucu which time litis been engaged as the managing partner in the business. Mr. Saodmeyer i* a gci.tleman who en- joys tbe entire eouílik i c ■ of Us friends and the public geaer&'ly, and is known and re- c gnized as one of the most progressive business men of the city. W. L. ADKINS, ESQ.,...

Publication Title: Colorado Citizen, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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