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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 April 1858

V ¥ í! OUR COUNTY; OÜR STATE, TIE SOUTH, AND THE UNION.. s , APRIL 24, 1858. NUMBER 39. THE UNION. Washington Hew*. Ífjwííí$*a •••*£$«& 4&f|# * <v ttrt' ...JPVMÍ COLUMBUS, TEXAS, ♦ ■. *tm i vv v> * PUBLISHER WEEKLY, Br J. D.IBáS-ER & BROS. ' ■ * i-S..JH * J* OfUc Law of newspapers. f ibscribsim who dn not give express notice ■ S0 the qon4ra*y,«*e considered aswiehing to con - M\W ¿3W swb cri|>ljon. ' Tift Subscribers-'«rder the discontidna: .hmf^papera,: publishers maj continúe to t>6nd «Juáurctii *11 arrearages are paid: l[ «abscribers neglect or refuse to take their psptfi from the post officc to which they arc sentí íhey ár® held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with. 3Ut inróriitn the publisher, and the paper is sent toTfc« former direction, they arc held responsible. The «sorts have decided that refusing to take * periodical or paper from the office, or re. novinj knd leaving it uncalled for, is prima facie aVHjence of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 April 1858

Kq> .¥ THE CITIZEN. j. . baku seic-k. bakkk a. b. baker J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: &tiu;cUy M^rnia , April 24,1858. f^rNo Legal Advertisement will be inserted im the Citizen tiniest accompanied by the caoti, as it it mors trouble with such advertise- ment , to collect the money than to make it. fW Daring the past two or three weeks, a.large amouijl of cotton lias been hauled through our town to Richmond and Hous- ton. As a sequence, money most come into our county before a great while—the necessity and corr^tness of which pro- ceeding no one doubts. A Southern Commercial Conven- tira will be held at Montgomery, Ala., on the tenth day of May next. The object of this convention is the building up of the South. The convention will not consider the qoesti>n of disunion, or anything to accomplish that result. ^y<The work on the County Jail was commenced during the week, under the auspices of Mr. S. IIarbery- If Uncle Stephen" doesn'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 April 1858

fPT >0 CITIZEN. OF ADTEBTISIIG: , ob« insertion....; $1 00 mt insertion.... 50 H' onesquare,ou« year....10 00 jithif.-k......;; *.'6 00 /threemonth*......" 4 00 e column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 jf • <( " " " 45 00 ter column. 25 00 mona ncement of Candidates. 5 00 Political Circulan, or communications of «private or piersonalchdrafiter, will be charged as advertisements. Ten linee or lew, ¿onstitute a square. IÜBSCRIPTION: One copy one yeqr, in advance. $3 00, , One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One eopy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 J'ive copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance. 20 00 Twenty copies, owjear, in advance 35 00 All copies-must be sent to one address, when a Club is nlaáe up, in order to seóure our paper at the Club rates. for assogiate justice.' ID" We are authorized to announce the Hon< JAMES H. .BELL, of Brazoria, ás a candidate for] Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of "Texai, tofi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 24 April 1858

fpctllaittatrs ^ptrertiscmcnts. Dr. McLANE'S celebrated YERMIFUGE and LITER PILLS. Two of (be best Preparations of tit* Age. They are not recom- mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name pur - ports. The Vermifuge,' ,for expelling Worms from the human system, has also been administered with the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. • The Livbr Pills, for the cure of Liver Com- plaint, all Bilious De- rangements, Sick HEAD- ACHE, &c. Purchasers will please be particular to ask for Dr. C. McLane's Cele- brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by Mmantile ^Érfríifiímmts. l. h. nkwsom. .b. u. lacey. NEWSOM & LACEY, WHOLESALE AND KETAIL GEIOCIS lEtiS , COLUMBUti, TEXAS. chaillb8 wolf george henry WOLF & HENRY, BLACKSMITHS, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas: WOULD respectfully inform tire citizens o Columbus and vicinity that.lhey are now prepared to do all kind of work in their line of business, viz: the ironing of new carriages,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 May 1858

'"IP. THE UNION OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE SOUTH, AND NUMBER 42. BDAY, MAY 29, 1858. COLUMBUS, TEXAS VOLUME I. Decidedly Cool iocratio Meeting. ' At a meeting of the Democracy of Colorado county,Jield in tbe Court-house in tBe town of Columbus, on tbe 8th day óf May, 1858, on motion, Col. Stephen Herbert was called to the Chair and R. L. Foard, Esq., appointed Secretary.' The ébject of the meeting was explained by John H. Robson, Esq. On motion of R. V. Cook, Esq., a committee consisting of •even were appointed by the Chair to draft Resolutions expressive of the sense of the nieeting. The following gentletten were appointed on said committee: Richard V. Cook, Esq., W. J. Herbert, W. H. S traban, Dr. J. F. Hicks, John H. Robson, Esq., Egbert H. Gsborne^Esq., Mike Muck- leroy, who retired for the purpose of dr$ ft- in¿ the resolutions. The committee reported the following preamble and rer* olutions, which were read and adopted by the meeting: "Whereas, the Democratic State Conven- tion, he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 May 1858

S¡p;: ft ^ * % THE CITIZEN. J. O. BAKER BEN. M. BAKKfc.. . ..A. H. BAKER J. D. B AKER A BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, May 29,1858. Judge Bell's Address.—The address of Judge Bell tb the people of Texas is a profound and an unanswerable document, and no man, it seems to us, after a patient investigation of it, could conscientiously advocate the claims of a one-party politi- cally dependent Judiciary. The Judge quotes the authority of our ablest, wisest and most patriotic statesmen, the fathers of the Republic, in diametrical opposition to the system, which small politicians are trying to inaugurate as one of the funda- mental principles of our State policy. He very justly points out the fallacy and the danger of an excess of party spirit; he goes on and elaborates his position by arguments and conclusions which irresista- b!y force themselves on the mind, and are jp&^The Citizen lias failed to make her j a triumphant vindication of the posi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 May 1858

■*:* ! « ' 1 — THE COIiORADO CITIZEN. ====================== RATES OF ADTESTISOG: One Square, one insertion. $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year... .10 00 For six months 6 00 Fot three months ¡, . 4 NO One column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half " " " '• " 45 00 Quarter column 25 00 Annou ncement of Candidates 5 00 0ÍT Political Circulars, or communications of a private«r personal character, will be charged v advertisements. (¡¿j- Ten lines or less constitute a square.' SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advance... • $3 00 Oiii'copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Fire copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copics, one year, in advance. 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 0^7" All copics must be sent to one address, •when a Club is made up, in order to secure our FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. O" We are authorized to announce the Hon. JAMES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as a candidate for As...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 29 May 1858

* ! F ' £ i vi THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, By J, D. BAKER & BROS. Tie Law of Newspapers. Sibscribers who do not give express notice Vo the contrary, are considered as wishing to con finue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to end them urtil all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papera from the post office to which they areBcnt, thev arc held responsible qntil they pay up. If subscriben remore to other places with, jut informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to thn former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving and leaviug it uncalled for, aprima facie evidence of fraud. Twenty Years Ago. I met a girl the other day, i Some twelve years old or so. The image of a nymph I loved Some twenty years ago. The blushing cheek, the sparkling eye. The hair of raven flow; Ah, how they se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 June 1858

C? M OUR COUNTY, OUÍÍ STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. r VOLUME I. [* i' Wedding in High Iáfe Jo make amends to &ome of our lady readers^ who looked in vain to our columns fjt an account of the late wtdding in the royál palace of Great Britain, we copy the following account of a similar affair this ♦ide of the water : The Nebraska City Iftwi contains a long, 'account of the marriage of a Pawnee chief j to 4>lood-rey.aJ squaw of th& Otoe tribe. The bridegroom was named Whitewater, and the bride VVah-mush pe shinga. ^ We COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1858. NUMBER 43. «xtraeí the fejiowing: . Tbe.Chieftain's daughter was elegantly dressed in a red flannel shirt with deep blue calico border, a checked apron, a numiner killed buffalo robe and a white felt bat. Her jewels were masrnifiaenf. From either auricular depended bright orna- ments of brass, tin and copper. We mus.t not Omit to mention that Miss Wal^mush-pe-shinga also wore a " red pet- ticoat," embroidered accordi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 June 1858

m- .? :.,v •• ment, and not alloding to Judge Buckley, for of him, personally, 1 have nothing to say.] To re- sume then: I think it is clear that whenever the dominant party give their assent to the practice of nominating Judges by political conventions, the nomination is binding upon the party, except in some clear case of corruption or bad faith on the part of the convention, and being binding upon the party, is to all intents and purposes, final. And if it is admitted by the advocates of the conveution system that the nomination of a candidate for a Judgeship merely amounts to a recommendation of the individual who is nomi- nated, and that the members of the party are left free to act for themselves, why in the name of rea«on do we hear such wholesale denunciations against tlwse Democrats who are protesting against the nomination of Judges by conven- tion* t Why'are audi men told that they are traitors to thuir party, whenever they claim the right to think\and choose for themselv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 June 1858

p the Colorado citizen. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Ob* Square, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year. ...10 00 Furaix months 6 00 Foi three months 4 «0 On* column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half •• " " •« 45 00 Quarter column 35 00 Annou ncement of Candidates 5 00 Afp*"Political Circulars, or communications of * private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. 03" Ten lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: ' One copy one year, in advancc $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance 12 50 Ten copies, one year, in advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advauce 35 00 All copies must be sent to one address, when a Club i# made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. U* We are authorized to announce the Hou. JAMES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Suprem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 5 June 1858

w *? mm i THE CITIZEN IS PUBMSHED WEEKLY, Br J. D. BAKER & BBÓ8. The Law of Newspaper®. S ibscribers who do not give express notice tu the contrary, are considered as wishing to Con linno their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of Lhoir papers, publishers maj continue to «.end '.lie n until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their [Mjicrs from tiro post oíBctí to which they are sent, limy are he! J responsible unüi they pay up. if subvert b-fs remove to other places with- 3üt informing the publisher, and the paper is sent lothn former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to I a lie a periodical or Dápor from the office, or re- ii'ivsnw and leaving it uncalled for, ia prima fade evidence of fraud. ftiantilt 3Ulra1isctnmti3 NEW STOCK. TT7E are pleased to announce to our friends VV and the public that we are receiving our new stock of &. OTHER GOO ID £3, Consisting of Gents' Ready-made Clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 June 1858

M - ( ¿f /?r * -p. , r 11 \1 OUE COUNTY, QUE STATE, THE SOUTH, AND -THE UNION. VOLUME L COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12,1858. NUMBER 44, Tragedy In the Literary World. buicidr m hbsby william hbhbert, (uhufk forrester,")—hi8 last letter. " Frank Forrester "-—Henry William Herbert—a well-known author, committed suicide on Uie morning of the 17 th ifldt., at bra hotel in New York city, (the Stevens House,) opposite the Bowling Green. On 3iis table were fonnd letters to the Coroner •who ahould hokl an inquest upen his body; and to the press, in which it is easy to discern the motives of bis .-.-self murder. Ilk. Herbert w« an Englishman of-edu- cufioB) who csbifi to this countiy in 1851, to retrieve the losses of fortune he had -suffered at borne.- lite careeT as an author «jKHiid j|«ve satisfied him—it brought him ■a comfortable support and fame. He •wrote several novel* , of which Marroaduke Wyvil is tbe best known. Still better jenown, however, are his Field Sports and ¿Fish and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 June 1858

THE CTTIZEN. J.B. uut ben. M. baker *• h« baker J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning Jun© 12,1858* No Legal Adtertisement will be interted in the ctrttrif twins accompanied by the cash, •• it« mate trouble with such advertise- mints, M collect the money than to make it. fw There will l«e a " big Camp-meet- íng" at Clear Creek camp ground, com- mencing Thursday before the fourth Lord s day in July. Everybody is invited to attend. We have received a stalk of cotton from the plantation of Don. i. Payne, similar, though somewhat larger, than the one from Mrs. Smith's farm. This cotton i by far the finest we have observed any- where at tins season of the year, and the promise is for a most abundant crop. tST We direct attention to the card of Menrs. Lambert <fc Allen, Book and Job Printers, Austin, Texaa. These young gentlemen are fully competent, and have the Material, to do any description of with elegance and taste. The "Harmony'* D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 June 1858

THE COLORADO CITIZEN. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Square, one insertion;............ .$1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 BusinessCards* one square, one year 10 00 ' For six month*... ® °0 Foi three months * "0 Ons column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " M 45 00 Quarter column 25 00 Ajumo ncement of Candidates. 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of • private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. ()3r Ten lines or lest, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: • One copy one year, in advancc.> . $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance... 12 50 Tea copies, one year, in advance........20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advaucc 35 00 All,copies must be sent to one address, when a Clnb w made up, in order to secure our paper at the Club rates. for associate justifie. D* We are authorized to announce the Hon. J A. WES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as a candidate for Asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 12 June 1858

THSE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BT J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Newipaperi. y . ■ / Subscribers wha do not {five express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tmue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to tend them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, 'they aro held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with- out informing the publisher, and the paper is sent totlw former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- m< ring and leaving it uncalled lor, is prima facie evidence of fraud. The World For Sale. BX RALPH HOYT. The world for sale!—Hang out the sign ; Call every traveler here to me ; Who'll bay this brave estate of mine, And~set me from earth's bondage free ? 'Tis going!—yes, I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 June 1858

«yvrlft \ *>'■- >; ifclífc.V'V .= ■';Oni >1 J l'fcÉi? Jüfii %} fjl V 2 •V i'"ii nili OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE UTH, AND THE UNION.' VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1858 NUMBER 45. A-vy- ' A Good Joktf. We were told, a few days ágo, a good joke on a young man not a thousand mile from Cedar county, which, as we have Dever seen in print, we consider it wortli relating. The circumstance happened ■ some time ago, bnt the story. Will Jose noth- ing by its age. It was tdíd by one Who •knew, and who said it was all true: A certain young rilan in search of a Wife, being on a com ting eipettjtion, as is cus- tomary with young men, came late on .Sunday evening, and iti order to keep bifc * secret from his voUhg acquaintances, de- termined to be at horiié-on Monday morn- ing bright and eariV; ib that his absence ■would not be noticed. But his affiance ' lived several miles from the town in which he sojourned; and so, to overcome the •distance required the use of a bofas;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 June 1858

Sí * - THE CITIZEN. i. O. MU* BEN. M. BAkdlt A. h. baker J. . BAKER éc BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, June 19,1858. (&-N Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the Citizen unlets accompanied by the cash, as it is more trouble with such advertise- ments. to collect the money than to malee it. Jitdge Buckley's Circular. • t We have done Judge Buckley tho justice to publish bis circular in our paper, although it is well known that we advocate the claircs of Judge Bell; and a pure and independent Judiciary. It remains to be &een whether that circular will be consid- ered by the people as a satisfactory vindication of Judge Buckley's integrity as a man. We confess otir inability to see Edgar A. m. Gray's better. " I have hitherto argued, with what success it may not become nse to decide, that because the judiciary is a department of that political agency called government, and because the legislative and execut ive departments, of that same...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 June 1858

%% v mm' «Efe the coloítado citizen. RAf£8 OF ADVERTISING: One Square, one insertion* $1 00 Each subsequent insertion... 50 Businese Ceras, one square, one year 10 00 Forrik months 6 00 Fot three months. 4 HO On* column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half , " " " " 44 45 00 Quarter column 35 00 Annon neement of Candidates 5 00 Q3rPolitical Circulars, or.communicalions of a private or personal character, will be charged an advertisements. Ten linea or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advance $3 00 Une copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos,.. 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advtnce 12 50 Tea copies, one year, iu advance .20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance.... .35 00 All copies must be sent to one address, when a Clnb is made up, in order to secure our paper at the Cloh rates. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. KJT We are authorized to announce the Hon. JAMES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as a candidate for Associate Jusfi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 19 June 1858

I : ■■ * Pk v U> p THE CITIZEN 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J: D. BASER & BROS. The Law of Newspapers. Sibscribers who do not {rive express notice tu the noatrary, are considered as wishing to con iinuc their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of _h >ir papers, publishers maj continue to bend tU.sin until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their paper? front the post office to which they are scut, thotf arc held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other places with- out informing, the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re- moving'and leaving it uncalled tor, ia prima facie evidence of fraud. L Tbe Stolen Ham. There is a truth, a Scripture truth, To all my readers known: •'Worse than an infidel is her W ho carcs not for his own." A preacher with this truth in view, Laid by h...

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