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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 June 1858

♦« I f - . ~ S ■.It C W / OCR county, our state, the south, and the union VOLUSÍE L COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 185& NUMBER-46. h * * yj i ; m citó t winner t* get Married. BT A BASHFUL MAW. It might be funny, but I've done it, I've got * rib and baby. Shadows "departed" —oyster stows, brandy cocktails, cigar boxes, boot jacks, absconding shirt buttons, whist and dominoes. Shadows M present" —hoop skirts, band boxes, ribbons, gaiters, long stockings, juvenile dresses, tin trum- pets, little willow chair-cradles, bibs pap, sugar teats, paregoric, hive syrup, castor oil, Godfrey's cordial, soothing syrup, rhu- faurb, sena, salts, squills and doctors' bills. !¿Shadows u future" — more nine pound (babies, more hive syrup, Ac. m just tell you how I got caught. I •■was always the darndest most tea mustard, bashful fellow you ever did see; it wéi (kinder in my line to be taken with the -shakes every time 1 saw a pretty gal ap- proaching me, and I'd cross the street anytime rath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 June 1858

\ «V THE CITIZEN. j.d. bauer. ben. m. baker.; . . .a. it. baker J. 1>. BAKER & BROIHÜKS, The Examinations. We have been much gratified and de- lighted with the scliool examinations which catue off in our town during the present EDITORS ANI) PRO PRIETOB-S. j an(] it affords us unalloyed pleasuie to extend lo them our hearty and unqtiali- OOLUMBÜS. TEXAS: Saturday Morning, June 26,1858. No Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the Citizen unless accompanied by the cash, as it is more trouble with such advertise- ment^, to collect the money than to make it. lied approve!. We have been at many examina!ions in different, parts of the State, and we feel confident that we do not mis- represent the truth, or flatter, when we say í( will do to tie An fuvitatiou' Texas has been tried < to. She has been suffen^lBKthe last two or three years from drotftKjj b^t 'this year, we are happy to say, haí redeemed her good name, and evervwHq® throughout o ' , « ÍJfV' her broad domains, evide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 June 1858

THE. COLORADO citizen. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Square', one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, one square, one year 10 00 For six months ® 00 Foi three months £ "0 One column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half " " 4' " ^5 "O Quarter column * 25 00 Annou ncement of Candidates 5 00 Political Circulars, or communications of a private or personal character, will be charged as advertisements. 0^T Ten lines or less, constUut^jp^sguare. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advance $3 00 One copy one year, paid in six months.... 3 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, «me year, in advance. 12 50 Ten copies, «no year, iu advance 2Q 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 35 00 0^- All copies must be seht to one address, ^vheA a Club is made up, in order to secure our paper it the Club rates. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, frr We are authorized to announce the Hon, 3^.!VÍES H. BELL, of Brazoria, as a candidate fur Associate Justice of the Suprem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 26 June 1858

THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, T!Y J. D. BAKER & BROS. The Law of Newspapers. S ihsnribera who do not five express notice ta ihrt contrary, are considered as wishing to con turne their subscription. If suiiecribers order the discontinuance of khftir pit {«era, publishers may continue to «end them iirtilallairrcaragos are paid. If subscriben neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, they are 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 lor, ¡a prima facie c/idence of fraud. To au Old Maid. Yon are getting old aud grey, Kate,. The fact you can't conceal— The dye you use will soon wear off, And silvery hairs reveal. Dont pout your painted lips, Kate, And ask mc what 1 mean; You dye ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 July 1858

&'i b Iél 4 =te v r j | ■) OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THÍ SOUTH, ÁND THÉ UNION. X. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SA^KDAT, JULY 3, )|4>f A* HOME. A STORY FOR YOUNG LADIES. "Hiere, mamma, just place thatcluster of siWer 1111ms a little to the left of my hair. One trillé higher; there, that will do. And now how do I look!" ■! The question repeated so inany scores of timet by brilliant beltes, timid debutantes, and hopeless rain damsels who entertain the lingering hope that a*gorgeous attire may lend some attraction to pug noses, muddy complexions, and pock-marked brows, had this atone of conscious tri- umph, a proud security, which accorded ' ' fWWiBWil s? ¡PÍ« I tc arrange a a proud, fond «mile on tier lips. i. And wdl ske mighbtoe proud. Annabel Clifford was as lovely a little roee-bnd as om might wish to see, as ehestood there, robed in her radiant ball-drew, whose folds of iUae satín gleamed through flotrnqes of -«hite, richly embroidered ¿aoe. A neck- lace of raagniüceot amethysts, each alo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 July 1858

r" v. V THE ♦ ■*-. ma* 3. D. BAKER ¿.BEN. M. BAKER - . . '. .A. H. BAKlih j. d. bake it & Brothers, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, July 3,1858. (gjrNo Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the CiTKW unless accompanied by the cash,- as if is ntore trouble with stich advertise- ments, to collect the money than to mate it. O" Tbe .Board of Trustees of Colorado Col- lege will hold an anntari meeting on Saturday, the lOtli day of Jul-y, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Aroojig oilier business, the reports of the Com- mittees on By-Laws and Teachers will he before the Board. P. RfLEY, P^es't. Board. J. J. Pciieiier, Secretary. ¿ST Ríost áfl oit^'c^i^.iís #re leaviog today (Friday) for: the celehraúaii kl v£agle "Lake oil (0 morrow. May ihey bate a good time. gar R. «T. Ciuos Esy., after an aWuce of wen 'weeks Iik som^ of the western couHties, Lavaca, l>e Witt, Victoria, (ion* za}«, Fayette and Oaadahipe,4iaa returned Lome, and is in the enjoyment of fine healttr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 July 1858

p. * # •f íF JL A0TERTISKI6 • - . ' - . ..1 - • • .-^ .©0 . 50 One BusinessCards, one sqtiáre, ofté year 10 00 KbmMll... • 4-,.«,*•.- -6 00 Fot tbreeiaontb*.... 4 «0 #- Mr 00 5 00 Quarter colamm., r Announcement óif Candidates... 0^jPP6HtieáI Circulars,"or éomMiHlicátions of a private or p^rsónal dieter, ill 1*8, charged af advertisements. , 'JL tóf" Ten lines or less, constitute a Btjnare. , SBIISclíPTIOHi: One copy one year, in advance...... .$3 00 One 'copy one year, paid'in six months, av 3- 50 One copy one year, paid in twelve mos... 4 00 Five copies, one year, in advance..12 50 Ten copies, one year, iu advance. .20 00 Twenty copies, oneyeáf, in advance., .. .35 00 ' ftfjr AH copies intmt be sent to one address, when a Clnb teinada op. ^^ - paper at the Clu ib rates. ■I in order to secure our | for associate justice. ,-fj We ace authorized to announce the Hou, JAMES H, BELL, ef Brazoria, as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supréuic Court of the State of Texas , tp fill ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 3 July 1858

i' i|L mi ' . mrnmáfemmSm—mmm ÍHE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKER & BROS. =^= ■mMI The Imw mi HeUnpapen. S ibscribcts who do not {fire express notice to the contrary, até considered as wishing to eon tinne their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers m j continue to «end them until all arrearages are paid. If subscriben neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they are sent, they are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remove to other plaees with, sut informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to lake a periodical or paper from the office, or re. moving and leaving it uncalled iorT it prima facte evidence'of fraud. I . M m- A Kits at tile Do«r. The clock struck ten ; I seized my hat. And bade good night to all Except the lass I courted, who Cane with me through lUebeft- She flood within the...

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

0£n & Hfc OUR COÜN.TY, OUR STATE, -THE SOUTH, AND THE UNION. VOLUME L* COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1858. NUMBER 50. fFO «HE TOTE OF TEXAS. The timo when 700 will be called apon for decide by jrotir votes whether Judge' ' shall be elevated to the "Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, is now not far distant, and I desire to say a few words to yea in addition to your decision. - * Some time since I published an address to the people of "Texas, in which Ü gave noy views, at considerable length, on the subject of ndminations for Judicial offices by political conventions. Thf " ' has been ridiculed by my offi&ffents acoount of- its gieat length. They unhesi- tatingly pronounce me a great fool for supposing that the people of Texas will waste a single hour in reading whs\t I have thought proper to say on a subject which they themselves admit to be of the first importance. And, in my address, they also pretend to find the most convincing evidence of my utter incapacity to...

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

V' rV rv\ \rCN THE CITIZEN. J. . bakkr-....... BE . If. baker A. If. BAKER J. D. BAKLI! & BROTHERS, EDITORS A^l) PRO PRÍETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, July 24,1358. IP 4 ^ :'r > j f® (£7- V# Leu "I Advertisement will he inserted in t.'it Cnr/KN aniens accompanied by the «akm, as it i* "tort trouble with such advertise- ment*, V culled the money than to mule it. fj&~ Now," guardian angels," be around about us— we have to write a "dun!' Please pay to J. D. Bakfr it BRQjpERS what you owe them, and oblige yours, respectfully. Thiy need it to pay their debts, for which they have been * dunned" inure than once. Our first volume will be out with two more numbers after the pres- ent issue. If our subscribers and debtors do not pay us promptly, it will be impossible for ur to continue the publication ot our paper, and with a view to its continuance, we ask you to come forward and pay us now, or at least at the expiration of the volume. We hope all hom this concerns will...

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

/• « / CITIZEN. |*V KATES OF ADVERTISING: •One Square, one insertion. .... .. .. <$1 00 Eack subsequent insertion. 50 BosinemCards, onesqoárejone year¡...10 00 Forsix month .......;. 6 00 Fe three months..- . .. 4 DO On column, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half ** • «• «• '• «« 45 oo <¿oarfiér column. .25 00 Aflínóu ncement of Candidates........... 5 00 ftj"Political Circulars, or communications of at private or persona! character, will be charged as advertisements. 1 OO- Ten lines or less, constitute a square. SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, in advance......... .$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 advance. ... .35 00 0^7* All copies ianst be sent to one address, when a Club is made op, in order to secure our paper at the^Cinb rates. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. ET We are authorized to announce the l...

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

\ ^tistcUaucmts ^iltortisemtnts. Ratonera* Caris. LANDS! LANDS!! THOSE who have Land ( ertificates, can have the same located on shares, on choice surveys liable to entry in Eastern ana Western Texas, by calling on JOHN H. ROBSON, Attorney at Law, Sept 23,1857 , 2 Columba?* Colorado Co PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, A Monthly Periodical of Liter a tint, Art and Fashion. edited bt mrs. ann s. stephens and mr charles j. peterson. PETERSON'S NATIONAL MAGAZINE, contains from eight hundred to a thousand pages yearly, about thiity Steel Plates, and ovef Four __ hundred Illilstratiens engraved on wood. frsr *fDrilling original stories. íí< 1 dther Periodical -públicos Wch Thrilling Tales; or stlch Capital Stories of Real life, Mrs Ann S. Stephens, the celebrated author of 'Fash iou and Famine,' ig one of tlie Editors; cid she is assisted by all the best teníale authors of A nici- iea. All the stories published are original, which can not be said of any cotemporaty. Morality and virtue are always ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 July 1858

V • v - •. v > \ *.. v: y • ■ • *• V'". ¡M Xw. d/'^r /i^v—' ' our- county, our state, ffie south, and the union. VOLUME I. COLUMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1858. NUMBER 51. >•* Judicial Nominations. It is not our purpose to make a merit of our opinion about the folly of bringing Judicial elections into the party cauldron. Conscious of the rectitude of our motives, and that a'líéandid men are convinced that ■we are right,-we are indifferent to the jibes of the short-sighted, who have sought their own elevation by departure- from prin- ciple. The following letter from William G. -Stevens, Esq., former editor of the Rock- * ingham Register, will be remembered lorn? after the present contest is over. This is a voice from one of the old guard, who has upheld the cause of Democracy ifi in tüe wátclf-word in of Mr. Stevens is too he, like thousands of to cast his fortune among us. i w It is a matter of gratification to us that in al! the Southern States, we everywhere 'heard the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 July 1858

Ute. ¡111 sstísí \ A * r Va r THE CITIZEN. a O. BAKER BE!T. M. BAKER. , . . .A. H. BAKER J. D. BAKGR & BROTHERS, KDITORS anix..PROPRIETORS. COLUMBÚS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, July 31,1858. 03- No Legal Advertisement will be inserted in the Citizen «nless accompanied by the rA«n, as it is more trouble with fuch advertise menta, to collect the money than to mate it. Now," guardian a#gels," be around about us—we have tcr write a "dun!" Pleawpay to J. IX Baker & Brothers what you owe them, awl oblige yours, respectfully, tfhey need it to pay their debts, for which they have been "dunned" more than once. Our first volume will be out with one more numbers after the pres- ent issue. If our subscribers and debtors do not pav us promptly, it will be impossible lor us to continue the publication ot bur paper, itpd With a view to its cóntinuance, we ask yoth to eome forward and pay tis nout, w at least at the expiration of the volóme MVe hope etii whom this concerns liU; respond prompt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 July 1858

THE COLORADO CITIZEN. BATES OF ABVERTlSnV: One Square one insert iom . .., $1 00 Each aulpeqaent insertion............. 50 Business Cards, one square, otic year. ...10 00 For lii montht. *............ i i 6 00 Ftt threemonths. 4 « 0 One Column, changed quarterly, one year. 80 00 Half •< " " '• " 45 00 Quarter column. .. .^5 00 Amwuncementof Candidates.. 5 00 Q^ Pulitical Circulare, or eoinmunications of a private or personal character, will be charged a* advertisements. gj" Ten lines or lesw, constitute a square. SIJBSGRIPTIOS: One copy one year, in advance... $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 advance.. - .35 00 Q^jr All copies must be sent to one. address, when a Club is made up, in ordnr to secure our paper at the Club rates. Man's Destiny. To-day man lives in pleasure, wealth and pride, To-day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 31 July 1858

ci:r ^isccllaneims Still) M'tiscnmits. LANDS! LANDS!! THOSE who have Laud Certificates, can have the same located on shares,, ou choice surveys liable to entry in. Eastern and Wester Texas, by calling on JOHN H. 1JOBSON, Attorney at Law, Sept 23,1857, 2 Columbus, Colorado Co PETERSON'S MAGAZINE. A Monthly Periodical of literature, Art and Fashion. edited 1st mus. asn s. 6tephexs an1> >1r CHARLES J. FJETE'KSON. PETERSON'S NATIONAL MAGAZINE, contains from eight hnndrrd to a thousand pages yearly, about thiity Steel Plates, and over Four hundred Illustrations engraved on wood. its thkiilixg original stories. No other Periodical publishes siieh Thrilling Tales; or such Capital Stories of Ueal life,. Mrs Ann S. Stephens, the celebrated author ot.'Fash ion and Famine,'is one of the Editors; ind she is assisted by all the best lemale authors of Amer- ica. All the: stories published are original, which can pot be said of any cotemporaty. Morality and virtue ere always inculcated. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 August 1858

V ÜT OUR COUNTY, OUR STATE, THE SOUTH, AND THE UNÍON. VOLUME I. COLÜMBUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1858. NUMREli 52, THE CITIZEN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY J. D. BAKER & BROS.1 |§ Tkc Lav of newspapers. Stbieribert who do not gire exprfw notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con linue their subscription. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers maj continue to end -them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the post office to which they aresent, 4bey are held responsible until they pay up. If subscribers remore to other places witn- •«ut informing the publisher, and the paper is sent 'totho former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take a periodical or paper from the office, or re. m -:-f ar 'Hüirr il uncalled lor, isprtmufacte Silence. From a volume just pa Wished in London, of verv pleasing poetry, entitled " The Rivulet: a Contribution to Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 August 1858

J D. BAKER BEN. If. BARE*. ... .A. B. BAKER J. D. BAKER & BROTHERS, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. COLUMBUS, TEXAS: Saturday Morning, Aug. 7,1858. 0^rNo legal advertisement witl in future be inserted in the Citizen, unless accom- bif ike cash, as it is harder to collect the money than to make it. A man by the name of Ferguson was killed at Eagle Lake,jn this connty, on Monday last, by one Shaver. The parties were drinking at the time, and get- ting into a quarrel about the election, Shaver stabbed Ferguson severaf times causing his death on Tuesday follow! Shaver bambeen arrested, d will # his trial on Monday. jjy Wopder .what the State Gazette now thinks of ÜjjT" tyro" and " miserable Jiell faction" of the first Judicial District ! The M miserable faction" seems tobe a boot for the other foot. fg- It is due to Mr. Lessisg, the barter, to state that he was not regular in his at- tendance at the shop this week in conse- quence of sickness in his family. jpff* The election here on Monda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 August 1858

% í the colobado citizen. RATES OP ADVERTISING: ^ Ine Square, one insertion ,$1 00 % *cji subsequent insertion 50 -jfa winess Cards, one square, one year 10 00 j-0 f six months 6 00 pcl three months r 4 HO 4)00c olumn, changed quarterly, one year.80 00 Half " " " " " 45 00 .Quarter ."•ohunn 25 00 «Auno nce^ ent of Candidates..'. 5 00 Politic^ Circular^ gr communications of a private or pertsiroal character, will be charged , as advertisements. Q3- Tí lines or less, constitute asquare. SUBSCRIPTION One copy one year, in advance..$3 00 < )ne 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, iu advance 20 00 Twenty copies, one year, in advance 33 00 0^-AU copies must be sent to one address, when a Club is made op, in order to secure oar paper at the Club rates. Foreign?and Home News. ARRIVAL OF THE HAMMONIA, at sew york. New Yoke, July 30.—The Havre and Bremen mail steamship Hamroo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colorado Citizen — 7 August 1858

s 1 %k -.#€* :* -i? ■£*■ > ■üniaSa ¿tBisrtüatttotts ^íforrti&einniís. LANDS! LANDS!! THOSE whnahave Land C ertificates, can have the sanie located on shares,.«JL- o<i choice surveys liable to entry in Eastern and Western Texas, by calling on JOHN H. ROBSON, Attorney at Law, Sept 23, 1857, ® Columbns, Colorado Co PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, A Monthly Piradical oj Literature, Art and Fashion. EDITED BT MRS. ASK 3. STEPHEXS AND MR CUAKLE9 Ji PETERSON. PETERSON'S NATIONAL MAGAZINE, r .itains from t ight hundred to*a thousand pages v.-arly, about thiitv St«?el Platw , and over Four ii.iutii'cu Illustrations engraved ou wood; ITS THklLUNG ORIGINAL SiOttlES; No other Periodical publishes such Thrilling 'lates; or snch Capital Stories of Redi life, Mrs Ann c. Sti.hikns, the eelebrated author of'Fash ion and Famine.' is qm of the Editor^; rid «he is assisted by a li the beat ieraale authors of Amer- ica. All the stories published are original, which ran not be said of any cotempotitjr. 'M...

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