Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 4, Number 2, May, 1994 Page: 71
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Colorado County, Texas: Its Health, Climate, Soil, Advantages and Resources
where. I feel satisfied that I can suit all
parties in quality, quantity, price and terms.
Call and see me, and examine our "beau-
tiful South-west Texas." Rowan Green,
attorney at law and real estate agent,
The Colorado Citizen is published in Co-
lumbus, every Thursday at two dollars per
year, in advance. Ben. Baker, proprietor.
The Citizen is a large twenty-eight column
sheet, printed on good paper, with new
and clear type, and circulates in the coun-
ties of Colorado, Lavaca, Gonzales, Fay-
ette, Fort Bend, Wharton, and Matagorda.
No person or firm personally bored for
Sunset Route, Galveston, Harrisburg and
San Antonio Railway. The only all rail
route to San Antonio, Tex. Connects at
Houston with the International & Great
Northern, Houston & Texas Central,
Galveston, Houston & Henderson, and
Texas & New Orleans Railways. The fol-
lowing is a list of the prominent stations on
the line of the Galveston, Harrisburg and
San Antonio Railway: Houston, Harris-
burg, Richmond, East Bernard, West Ber-
nard, Eagle Lake, Columbus, Weimar,
Schulenburg, Flatonia, Harwood, Luling,
Kingsbury, Seguin, Marion, and San Anto-
nio. Connections are made at San Antonio
with the El Paso and Saylor's Stage Lines
for all prominent point in Western Texas
and Mexico, including Boerne, Freder-
icksburg, Fort Clark, Fort McKavitt, Fort
Concho, Fort Stockton, Fort Davis, Fort
Quitman, Fort Griffin, El Paso, Eagle Pass
and Laredo, Texas; Mesilla and Las Cru-
cas, New Mexico; and Chihauhua, Saltillo,
and all points in northern Mexico. Trains
run daily, except Sundays, with Two
Changes between San Antonio & New
York! Direct communication made with
Morgan's line of steamers for New Or-
leans. Lowest rates of Freight and Through
Bills of Lading given to and from all points
in this line. All claims for Overcharge, Loss
and Damage promptly adjusted. A. W.
Dickinson, Superintendent. H. B. Andrews,
Vice. Pres. & Gen. Agent, C. C. Gibbs,
Gen. Pass. & Tick. Agt.
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