The Colorado Citizen (Columbus, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 18, 1861 Page: 4 of 4
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E ü P E E,
STAND for marcs (limited to sixty)
at. n y ranche i Colorado county, Texas,
fáFfc ty*,ni 1es below Cbhunbus, and six mites be-
low Dr. Washington's.?etrry, at $50't!ic season
— money to be pttjd in a I insUmces whew taken;
away. Ten dollars per mouth for keeping, if:
grain feed : throe dollars only, if on pasture
Is of 3 fieh irnhogafty'brown color, very near
ewteeri h'-inris hi h, seven years old, and has
(iroTetl one of *he very bost horses at all
distn/cer (htt cvr was on the American Turf,
tie beat eVery horse lie ever ran against ; and
his last raen—four mile heats—in which he beat
Tom MeG&ffin, Calvit and Red Jacket, in 7 39,
"7:35, is regarded an on'ól the bust races ever
■saade iti the South.
, jRnpc8 is by Voucher, by Wagner, by Sir
Charles, by Archy. The datn of Rupee, Ha1-
ipeunv. byBirmingham ; grand dam. Picayune,
¿by Medu*-; gr at grand dam, bj? William, of
vFraiikf' rt,; great great grand dam, by Robin
.Gmy; grv«t preset great grand dam by Larop-
ligbUr.heby imported Medley.
1—Every eare and attention -will be taken
to prevent accidents 'happening to mares while
•ia charge, but I will not bo "responsible for any
•' A LAURAINE.
s:I.February 23, 1861—v4no20t4 1 9ft).
Tr-r r—~— :
PEDIGREE OF GRAY HORSE,
A^W * l MORGAN, bied j*i Kentucky by John
X\. Tiirnbull, vas foaled in the spring of 1856,
was sired by Grey Eagle, he by Woodpecker,
he by Bcrtraod, he by Sir Archy, &c,
l8*. Margaret Ednor, by Imp. Glenco*.
vjm.imp. Pickle (sister to Mingo) by En-
jUiis (sire of Sovereign.)
Jam. Morrery Sorcerwi.
)am. Hoonly Lass, by Imp. Buzzard.
7dpl n)f Princes^, by ilerrod.
8tn Dam." Jiilia, by Blank, by Godolphin, Ara-
Spectator dam by Partner.
10tn Data fionit; Lass, by" Boy Bolton.
31th Dam. Barly's Arabian.
Dam. By Byerly Turk.
ÜM Dan. By taffiilet Barb.
1«A Dam. By Place's Wh.te Turk.
i Dam. Natural Barb Mare.
"new Orleans, April 8th, I860,
sriify the above to be a tine copy of the
tof Alf- Morgan W. B, WOOD.
Morgan's Pedigree is one of the very
-nest in the -English Stud Book, running btck on
«de through fifteen ef the moat dis-
tingmslied winners .is Engjand. Alf. Morgan
nado bis first appearance on the turf in Louis-
*t_y?w Orleans January 1st, 1859, in the
totrs^fetakes for two years old, which race he
,n decP mud. beaiing Dentlcy, by
Ywraiim, and receiving for(§it from Uncle
Jeff, by Lecomte. Time, 1.58¿—2.03f.
^Monday, January 21st, 185 , at Mobile, Alf.
won the sweepstakes for two years old,
Wile heals, beating Campbell's colt, by Wagner,
Poindexter'a Yorkshire (Bondy) out of Sally
Morgan, fcnd Oliver's Casigue by Sovereign
S&SS ^ SeTe!®'gn' PaJ'ne forfeit. 'I'iute,
lroSZn:1arned to New Orleans,and April 11th,
*as ^e*ten by Mario in the sweepctake
ya"*'" Aá (otrt of condit'°n.) Time,
.J.45H-1.4®. Alter this his neat appearance on
the -turf ww at Natchitoches, March, 1860,
.when he won the race, mile heats, three best in
five, distancing the tield id the second heat,
lime, 1.56—150. And laetly, Alf. Morgan
was beaten by AHcndorf, at New Orleans, April
4rh, 1860, in the mile race, three best in five, in
4hft «try extraordinary time of 1,48$. 1444.
L47*- VV. B. WOOD,
February 20, 1861 Franklin, La.
itAW' Morgan will stand the present sea.
#°0 at my ranche twenty miles below Columbus.
s. w. pl&asants. .r. 6. harts field. .w n. glenn
A. B.. CARTER,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
ACTING JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
For Colorado County,
COL U 31 B US, TE XAS.
s. 11. wells ii. t. gaunett.
WELLS & GARNETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND AGENTS FOR
the collection of claims,
columbus, colorado co.,texas,
WILL give immediate attention to all busi-
ness entrusted to their care. All letters
addressed to the firm will be promptly answered
S. ¡II. WELLS, Notary Public,
WILL protest bills of exchange or prommis
sory notes for non-accepLance or non-pay -
ment; take the examination and acknowledgment
of married women to all deeds and instruments of
writing, convoying their separate property and
their interest in the homestead; administer
oaths; give certificates; take depositions of
witnesses, &<;. He is also Commissioner oj
Deeds, <$-c., for tke States of Mississippi and
North Carolina. >
Columbus, Texas, March 11, 1861.—n22 ly.
-fTW^ORADO CITIZEN JOBJOFF5CE
„V ' Jib Work for-CM«ii only.
"VTESSRS. GLENN, HARTS FIELD &
1 A Go. now have the pleasure of announcing
that they ara Just Receiving a new and varied
C DO D S,
Fresh from the Market, Consiiing
in part of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
And Everything that
-" a woman can put
On the crown of her headand the sole of her Toot,
Or wrap round her shoulders, or fit round her waist
Or that can be sewed on,or pinn d on or laced, *
Or tind on with a string, or stitehed with a bow,
In trout </r bciiiud; atrave or below, :—
For bonuets, mantillas, capes, collars and shawls;
I r sses for breakfasts, and dinner , and ba'ls
Dresses to sit ii^ to stand in, and walk in
Dresses to dance in, and flirt in, and talk in—
Dresses in which to do nothing at all-
Dresses for winter, spring, summer and fall
AH of then; different in color and pattern,
•üük, muslin and lace, crape, velvet and satin,
Brocadc and broadcloth, and other material
Quite as expensive, and much more ctherial."
THE undersigned having located in Celumbus
T#r the pur'po e of carrying on the Carriage
Mann.acturing business, ia prepared to execute
all work entrusted to lira care. I have a No. 1
^triage Smith to do the ironwork. Eastern
«Material wiH be nsed altogether.- Repairing of
all description* in the carriage line done with
neal(te* and dispatch. All new work war
ranted to st^nd. rl'errrs e'teap for cish,
fenop next to the Brick Livery Stable*
CokrmbiiB, Dec 1, 1W60 P. GROSS.
U *11E undersigned wonld respectfully
-I- announce to the citizens of Colorado
-county that they are full} prepared to do
-any work in the Blacksmithiug line in the best
manner, and at short notice. Tha business o(
the shop will he closely attended to by one o
1he firm, and if the work is not doue fight, no
charge will be made.
(&r.Sb«p at T. H. Marshall's old stand.
FOLTS &. BURFORD.
Cetambns, December 27 1859. 18hl
>NTAINING, with other paj>ers, a note
drawn by C. G'jrdon in favor of —- Za-
anmski, fur fifty dollars, and endorsed by the
Jfcttef,payable April 1st, 1861. Also a note
Newsom in favor of A . A. Wil-
)ipim«nn for one hundred and sixty dollars, due
-the first of October next; and a n of R. II.
Tobin for th'wtyfour dollars, pay&Ule at sight
to A. A. Williamson or order
The last two notes have no enrvorsement.
will pay a liberal reward for the n eovery of the
abo ® mentioned n«tes; and..«!l persons are
w«n «é against trading for anv of them,
r i ■ A. A. W M,!AiM?ON,
Eagle l«ke, April 25, 1861.—:27■ 3.
Pasturage to L jt!
FTIflE . subscriber, having? en.-lo^ed a largo
♦.-JL pasture, proposes to take i«. Ilonw-s at one
-atollar per week. Care will be i^keu to secure
stock from accidents, but «eapon^iMe for
any. CHARLKs r. IlltOWX.
Cottage Home, April 26, 18C1— 30tf.
Omoior B. B., B. &. C. R. R.('t. f
X Hsaaiestrao, Tax*^ Mar^ 8, 1661. ^
rO TICE is hereby given thki the aunuaJ
meeting of the BuiT l<> Íí..yim, Bracos and
Railway compunv lie held si ibis
on the second W. i•> hv of Am.I, at
11 o'clock, a. jt- JO 1 y. \ •. .V, Licik,
QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE:, nATS,
. CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLOW AND WOO DEN WARE
And all the articles lisually found'in a large fur
nishing house, all of which they offer clie ip for
cash, or on time to punctual customers. v4n25
J. J. DICK,
fully inform the
citizens of Colo
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
14 COLUMBUS, TEXAS.
R. Y. COOK,
Attorney aná Counselor at Law,
COLORADO CO., TEXAS,
fTT Il.L attend promptly and strictly to all
V v business confided to hi^ care.
Columbus, Nov 27, 1860 + 13
vv. sv l)elanv. .j. s. shropshire.
DELANY k SHROPSHIRE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practico in the First Judicial District
and the adjoining countics.
Particular attenliou will be giveu to the
investigation of Land Titles, payment of taxes,
and all business concerning land.
AIT claims committed,to them will be promptly
collected and remitted. 29
FOAPvD & WINDROW,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
COLUMBUS, TEXAS. 47
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
pRQM.PT attention given to all 'busiiwts en-
X trusied to his care. 10
A. NISKE RN,'
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
LA GRANGE, TEXA,
WILL practice iirlbc comitics of the_First
Judicial District, and in the ."upremt
<"ourt at Austin and Galveston. Especial at-
tention given to IhecoIIcctioti of claims atid the
investigation of land titles. Good references
given when required. fv3n20hl?
WM. H. GAZLEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
I ^SPECIAL attention given to the collecting
1j business. IU" Office ovet Wiliiam Baker's
R. J. PUTNEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
19 COLUMBUS, TEXAS.
J. M. DANIELS,
THIS iustitnttion has been plac-
ed under the entire control ofj
Prof. Kile y and Rev. J J. T.oomisuIIQ
as :>ri no pals, and a thorough course has been
adopted, in order that advantages may be pre-
sented both for moral and mental culture sec
ond to none in the State.
P. RILEY, A. M.,
Prof, of Ancient Languages and Nat. Science
Rev. J. J. LOOMÍS,
Professor of Mathematics, Moral Science
and Belles Lettres;
Miss MARY HMWELL,
Teacher of Vocal aud Instrumental Music;
Teacher of Ornamental Branches;
TERMS PER MONTH
Preparatoiy (first and second terms),
s.. .. . (third and fourth t^-ms)....
Collegi ite Department
Musical Dep., wifh use of instrjment..
Incidental fee, per seseion
The next session of this institution will com-
mence on the first Monday ill September. Com-
petent assistants will''be employed whenever the
interests of the Seminary shall demand it, but
at present the Primary Department will be con-
ducted solely by the Principies.
Pupils will be changed from the lime of en-
trance until the close of rhe term; and no de-
duction made for absence except in cases of
protracted illns-ss of at least two weeks.
N. B—A fiijll sett of Philosophical and Chem-
ical Apparatus will be procured and in readiness
for the coming session. 41
and wholesale ano retail dealer in
Queen s w are
Boots and Shoes,
SPADES AND SHOVELS,
TRACE AND OX CHAINS.
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
BAGGING AND ROPE!
Also, a large assortment of School Books.
||7 ILL reciive and forward Cotton to
ww Houston and Galveston, and make lib-
eral advances upon cotton consigned for ship-
Columbus, Texas, Nov. 9, 1860 6
Matcljiimkcr a <> Jriuekr,
WOULD respectfully inform his friends and
the public that he has established ¿«p
his shop in the officá next to the Brick
Livery Stable in Columbus, aud is pre-off*
pared to do all work in his line of business with
Attorney and Counselor at Law,! neatness and dispa'ch. All work warranted
COLUMBUS, TEXAS, I when the instrument is originally good
. . -.ml- , i Columbus, January 3, 18bl
IVEfs his attention to all business entrust-1
ed to his care in the First Judicial District
Especial attention given to the collection of
debts. Office, on the North-East side of the
Public Square. 44
john t. iiarcourt.
• john h itgeson
HARCOURT & R0B30N,
Columbus, Colorado County, Texas,
WILL practice Law in partnership in all the
c< urts of the First Judicial District—in
the countics of Lavaca and Gonzales, of the
Tenth District -and in the Supreme and Federal
Courts at Galveston and Austin 21 tf
HOUSTON BUSINESS CARDS.
C. S. LONGCOPE «fe CO.,
^enctttE (¿g/üípei. cflaató
(Ware-house corner of Third and Railroad
streets, terminus of the Central Railroad)
TTTILL store and forward cotton and mer-
T f chandise ; sell on commission or advance
on same for shipment. Cotton, Wool and Hides
consigned to us by the Railroads will be received
free of drayagc. Orders for plantation supplies
promptly responded to, when accompanied with
cash or produce. Bagging and Rope furnished
T. W. House 4' Co., B. A. Shepherd, A. J.
Burke, T. M. Bagby, Houston; R. <$• D. G.
Mills, E. B. Echols Co., B. A. Shepherd <p
Co., J. Shackleford, Galveston. v3u49tly.
Fannin Street, Houston, Texas,
F. MOHL, Proprietor,
[Successor to T, B. J. HadJey. J
I Promise the Best Fare or No Charge.
* II. P. ROBERTS, Clerk.
T. E. BYBNE'S
MAE BLE YARD,
opposite the fannin house,
WILL manufacture to order Monument ,
Tombs, Head and Foot Stones, from the
best Italian and American Marble.
fie will furnish Mantles and Building Marble
as cheap as can be imported from the North.
Lettering and Carving done io the best style
L. J. Latham,
Cliina Crorkery, Ulltssware,
GO ODS, AND S TA PLE é FANCY
Main Street, Houston, Texas.
WILLIAM BRADY & Co.,
commission & forwarding
Mí S3. © HI ^,
Perkins' Building, cor. Main Franklin Sts,
Houston, : : : : Texas.
PROMPT and personal attention given to the
selling of Cotlou, Wool, Hides and all kiuds
of country produce. Consignments solicited,
upon which liberal advances will be made. Pur-
chases of Goads in large or small quantities made
promptly on the most advantageous terms. 46
HIDES & WOOL.
THE undersigned will pav the highest price
for Hides or Wool. All consignments wil
be promptly accounted for in cash, or r'rafts on
Galveston, New York or New Orleans, "as di-
rected. A. Z. RUMSEY & Co.,
john dean. . .willis randle. . .fred. e. sanfosd
DEAN, RANDLE & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
GA LVESTON, TEXAS. 48
L. M. NEWSOM'S
M 2Ü W
rado and adjoining counties that he is prepared to
do Carriage Trimming and Painting. All work
warranted to please, at prices to suit the limes.
Cash for all work dnje on delivery.
Columbus, Texas, November 3, IP60 5y
UNDER THE SUN-!
WILSON AND BROTHERS' Premium
1 lorse" Power, the best now in use, first,
for its durability, being made entirely of cast
iron ; sccond, its portability, standing as it does !
upon its own ground, and may be taken down or \
put up in a few iniuutes by any one, so simple is ;
it in its structure—the whole weighing about!
The running of this Power shows an increase i
of speed over the others now in ute of from 33 j
to 50 per cent., requiring about half the team to
move it that is ordinarily u >d. j
Numerous certificates could be given, but we j
prefer the Power to speak for itself. I have had j
one at work on my place r.ear Columbus for
seme time. It has been can fully examined by
several of our practical citizens, the unanimous
opinion of whom is that it is a complete success
As a pioof of their confidence in it, several have
left their orders for it. My own opinion is that
it is not ou'y.llie bost in the worid, but the most
economical, as it dispenses with all the heavy
girders, king-posts, etc., in building. Price—
complete, ready for use, delivered in Galveston,
$180 Thoso wishing to purchase, or to get in-
formation in icgard to it, will address me at this
piacc, or Preston Perry, or T. H. McMahan alW
Gilbert, at Galveston. Their orders will be
Bastrop, Travis, Caldwell, Gonzales, La! filled,. f their inquiries satisfactorily
Vaca. Wharton, Fort Bend, Austin, Colorado i answered, at cither P °,CCp
I WOULD respectfully inform my old friends
and customers that 1 have opened a
in the house formerly occupied by Bowers and
Goss, on the East side of the Public Square,
where I will be glad to accommodate all who
may favor me with their patronage. I keep the
best aitides, and sell cheap and for cash only.
• L M. NEWSOM.
Columbus, January 19, 1861.
A. II. DAVIDSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
23 COLUMBU-, TEXAS
OT Office with Dr. Thomas W. Harris.
william 6. \\ f.bu william r. jarmon
WEBB & JARMON,
LA GRANGE, FAYETTE CO., TEXAS,
W ILL practice in the counties of Fayette,!
and Washington, and in the Supreme and Fedo
ral Courts at the eities of Au&tin and Galvestou.
Collections and Remittances promptly made;
Lands located, bought and sold, patents ob
tained, titles perfected and taxes paid all over
the Slate. S lv
CrriZEN JOÍÍ OFFICE.
ORK done in a eln
ffiimr at tbir olLec
E. R. HAW LEY & Co.,
®tatcl) Hiato ani friwlirs,
r^toésTANTLY on hand Watches, Clicks
Jewelry, Pure Silver, Plated Ware, Fine
Cutlery, Musical Insirumcrits and Music,
Papier Maehe Goods, Paintings, Toilet
Articles, Tools and Materials. iSTi
I tT * atehes and Jewelry carefully repaired
and •«lietacdoH f;g
FOR SALE BY
T m MA fuw
di v vv v 1IX il JL Jul) Jul Jul f
old stend of Alex. Foili.
Columbus, June 20, lt-6')
AS TI1E WORK on the above road is rap-j
idly progressing, the Board at its last j
regular meeting on the 4th inst,, found it neces-j
sary to call in the entire amount ductile said ¡
road, which was douc and made due and paya-'
ble after said 4th inst.. and the Treasurer
requested to proceed to collect the same,
E. P. WHITFIELD,
Prest. C. T. R W. Co.
Columbus. March 15. iss1.- n23 tf.
THE subscriber keeps on hand a general sup.
ply of such books as are most commonly
used in Union and Denominational Sunday
Schools. Orders will receive prompt attention
JAMES BURKE. '
Houston, April 2, 16C2—2G\\3.
NE Harrison put up at my house,
stayed several days, made some very pleas
ant acquaintances, got vastly popular with the
elite of our city, and had decidedly a "good
time" generally. He is a tall, well-featured
young inan.sandv hair and complexion, rather
modest address, and was sent up to Columbus
from the Brazos to get a negro out of jail by Mr.
W. Lee Borden, who furnished him with a horse
and gave him money to defray his necessary
expenses. Upon his visit here he disposed of
the horse and accoiilre.ncnts, gambled off the
monev, and " vanished into thin air " without
paying his board bill, without getting the negro
out of the jail, without paying his account for
the "elements," and without liquidating an
amount Handnnrasrainst him for the artistic game
of ten pins. This is to certify that the said
Harrison is considerad no gnntlcman by those
with whom he had dealings in this community,
and to forewarn strangers from trusting to his
cupidity arid overweening rascality.
Cslumbus, April 5, 1861 5t «l
Beothe & Sandmeyer's
TT)|7E respectfully announce to the citizens of
T t Columbus and the public generally that,
having opened a New Grocery Store in Colum-
bus, we intend to keep on hand at all times a
GENERA L A SS OR TMENT
Suited to this market, ?uch as Sugar, Coffee,
Flour, Bacon, Irish Potatoes, Fancy Artioles,
Wine, Porter, Setrars, etc , etc. Give ns a call.
BEETHE &. SANDMEYER.
Columbus, February 4, 1860 21 air
Clje Cms H¡litar¡) Institute
DISCIPLINE, Military, modeled afterWes
Point, Course of Studies: thoroughly
collegiate. Sessions open first Monday in Sep.
tember and continue forty weeks. Uniform aud
books to be had at the Institute. All payments
in advance,strictly Address.
Col. C. G. FORSHEY,
Superintendent tf* Proprietor.
GALVESTON BUSINESS CARDS.
Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES, wiih new impnra.
meets, at reduced prices. The -Wheeler fc
Wilson Sewing Machine Company, having
gained all their suits tt law with infringing
manufacturers of SeWing Machines, propose that
that the public shall be benefitted thereby, and
huve this day materially reduced the priee*.—
After this date they will be so!d at rates that ~*
will pay a fair piofit on the cost of manufactur*,
capital invested and expense of making sales ■
such prices as will enable |£em to maleo • first
class machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee
them in every particular.
The subscriber has great pleasure in bolng
able to announce that, not only is the piice of tb*
Wheeler* & Wilton machine greatly reduced a*
as to place it beyond all fair competition, hot im-
provements of the most important kind haire re*
ceutly been made in its structure. The im-
provements contest principally of double platea,
suitable fur fine and heavy plantation work-;
shifting hemmer, which enables the operator tA
change from plain sewing to hemming ia ña
instant; neto glass foot, a new patent, belonging
exclusively to the Wheeler and WilsoA Com-
pany, by the aid of which the operator -can see
the needle as it enters the cloth, and watch it*
progress. This is pronounced one of tlw great-
est improvements ever made in Sewing Ma-
chines. - No leather pad. With these improve-
ments and low prices, there is no oxcuae for
buying inferior machines. The ladiea are re-
sdeetfully invited to call and examine theaa
machines,and also the Richmond f.Va;J Southern
Machine for plantation work, one of the beat
shuttle ever made. A fine assortment of thready
silk and needles always-on hand. The ;«ahíim
Wheeler and Wilson Needles cannat be par-
chased at any other establishment in tha'Otty.
Address S. H. Peck, Agent, 120 Canal street^
New Orleans ; C. Cassel, 'Market street, Gal-
veston, Texas. 19
BY ANTONIO MORGAN &CO.,
REST a U RAT and Fruit Store, «Tramo*
street, opposite the Tremout House, Gal-
veáíon. Game of all kinds served to order*
Oysters in every style. The very choices ftnita
at wholsale or retail. Wwes, liquors and cigara
of the best quality. 19
SHACKELFORD, GAY & Co.
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEX.
a. shackleforr, c. A. brown, galveston ;
j. f. (Say, gonzales, j. l. gat, favkttc co.
, h. HlTCHOOOfc
ALLEN & CO.,
Marble D e&leirs^
THE Undersigned, importen of Italiaa
Marble direct from Italy, k*ep constantly
on hand the largest assortment of all kinds a
Marble, Monuments, Tombs and Toarii-StoMa
executed in the highest styles and on the meat
reasonable terms. Work and stvle guaranteed*
A. A LLÉN <4fc Ca.
GaJvnstonLMarch 1.1859. g j t J
WILLIAM T. AUSTIN,
COTTON FACTOR, toECEWlN&t
A ND COMMISSION Hi £ Hi. HA NT
MAKES cmIi advances upon ull consignment*
to his address, either for sale in this mar-
ket, or for re-shipmcut to Other ports.
Galveston, August 23, 1858. V9n3t£
b. bodlds Baker. -.. . . Euokhk S. CounW)
Washington couuty .Galveston,
BAKER & BOLLING,
WILL give personal and prompt attettódñ
all business entrusted to them.
Liberal advances made on consignffiten't .
consignments, by insurable boats, will be e—
by our Open Policy, unices otherwise inst'
J uly 5, 18G0 41 J
t, h. m'mahan. ...
AN BARXE8T APPEAL.
We hereby state that we can positively do" no
more Job Work on a creditneither icill tee
publish Legal Advertisements unless accompa,
nied by the money. We shalljnot deviate from
thiirule. Times are hard, and toe have to pay
the "hard" for oar news paper, ink, $c; for
our provisions and groceries; thersfore, if the
patrons of the Citizen wish to tustain us, they
must pay us cash fot our work. Those persons
oicing us for Job Work or Advertising will not
offend us by offeting us money in peymenU
T. H. McMAHAN ¿ GILBERT,
AND GEN Eft Al
PLANTERS or Merchants wending Coftofc
or other Country Produce forward to oat
address may rely on legitimate charges onljr
being made. vSnlyl.
POST OFFICE STREET.
MRS. C. BEAIABD
IS SOLE AGENT for the State of Texaafot
Lighte and Bradling's Celebrated Pianoa*
warranted folly, and sold at NeW York aat
prices, adding charges for freight; also, Tiltooto
Patent Guitars, and Cusbart and Needham'o
Melodeons. A fine selection of Sheet
and Instiuclion Books, in the new store \
ing the Millinery Establishment, where will be
found a large assortment of Grover and Baker*e
Sewing Macliines. These machines have
used for the last three years in her dreae-making
room, and need only to be seen to be appreciated.
They are worked with less tronble, and with
a common spool of silk or cotton, thus avoiding
the trouble of winding anda change of
ihe usual difficulty in other machinen. Ifcef
have been adopted in the work room, from thia
fact, and its taking so short a time in learning Ha
use. All are warranted, and exchanged, if mft
satisfactory. Local agents wanted. S3
AVING opened onr establishment at tha
old staud formerly kept by H. Tracy, wa
design keeping constantly on banda good supply
j of breads, cakes, fruitB and fancy —s- -'— ■
such as candies, brandy poaches,
ters, and all such articles as an
in such an establishmeat.
Hot Coffee\ Ham and E¡
Fresh Oysters served
, y . -
By industry and a strict attention to bnslaaaa.
wc hope to merit a liberal etwtoan fruai our
friends aad the public. IS
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J.D. Baker & Bros. The Colorado Citizen (Columbus, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 18, 1861, newspaper, May 18, 1861; Columbus, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177622/m1/4/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.