The Colorado Citizen (Columbus, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 12, 1861 Page: 4 of 4
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Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES, with new improve-
ritents, at reduced prices. The W heeler &
Wilson Sewing Machine Company, having
gained all their suits at law with infringing
ikanuiactnrers of Sewing Machines, propose that
that the public shall be benefitted thereby, -and
have this day materially reduced the prices.—
After this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the*fcost of manufacture,
" capital invested and expense of making sales
such prices as will enable them to make a first
class machine, and, as heretofore, to guarantee
them in every particular. , . ; .
Thó subscriber has great pleasure in( boing
able to announce that, not only is thcpiice of the
Wheeler & Wilson machine greatly reducéd so
as to place it beyond all fair competition, btit im
■ provement8 of the most important kind liavere
cently boen made in its structure. Hie ixn
provements consist principally of double fíate
'saitable for fine and heavy plantation work
' shifting kemmer, which enables the operator to
change from plain sewing to hemming in an
nstant; neto glass fool, a new patent, pelonging
exclusively to the Wheeler and Wilson Gom-
'pany, by the aid of which the operator can see
the needle as it enters the éloth, ano watch its,
progress. This is pronounced one of the great-
est improvements ever, made in Sewing Ma-
chines. No leather pad. With these improve-
ments and low prices, there is no excuse for
buying inferior machines. The ladies are re-
sdentfully invited to call and examine these
machines, and also the Richmond [Va. J Southern
Machine for plantation work, one of the best
shuttle ever made. A fine assortment of thread,
silk and needles always on hand. The genuine
Wheeler and Wilson Needles cannot be pur-
chased at any other establishment in the city.
Addrew S. H. PECK,<fcgent, 120 Canal street
New Orleans ; C. CassEl, Market street, Gal
BARNARD, FRED, Attorney and Coaur
selor at Law, Columbus, Texas. 14.
BY ANTONIO MORGAN ¿CO.,
RESTAUR AT and.'ÍVuit Store, Tremont
street, opposite the Trettiout Reuse, Gal-
veston. Game of all kinds served to order,
'Ooyters in every style. The very choices fruits
•t wholsale or retail. Wines, liquors and cigars
of the best quality. 19
SHACKELFORD, GAY & Co.,
€OTTON FACTORS and Commission Mer-
chants, Stand, Galveston, Texas.
j. shacklbford, c. a. brown, galveston ;
j. f.gay, gonzalo, j. l. gat, fayette co.
, .S. M. HITCHCOCK
PUTNEY, R. J., Attorney ttnd
at Law, Columbus, TexaB.
CARTER, A., B., Attorney and Counselor
at Law, and acting J&stira of the Peace,
for Colorado county, Columbus, Texas.
R. L. FOARD
• C. WINDROW.
FOARD & WIMDRÓW, Attorneys, at Law,
Columbus, Texas, v3n47.
COLLIER, ED., Attornéy at Law, Colum-
bus, Texas. Prompt attention given to all
business entrusted to his care. v'4nl0.
MARBLE DEALERS, Galveston, Texas.
The Undersigned, importers of Italian
Marble direct from Italy, keep constantly
on hand the largest assortment of all kinds of
Marble, Monuments, Tombs and Tomb-Stones
executed in the highest styles and ou the most
reasonable terms. Work and stvle guaranteed-
A. ALLEN & Co.
Galveston, March 1.1859,
WILLIAM T. AUSTIN,
ICOTTON FACTOR, RECEIVING,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
"\JTAKES cash advances upon all consignments
jJA- to his address, either for sale in this mar-
ket, or for re-shipment to oiher ports
Galveston, August 23, 1858.
joan deam.> .wrtjjs randle. . .fred. e. sanford
DEAN, RANDLE & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS and General Commis-
sion Merchants, Galveston, Texas. 48.
L. C. CUNNINGHAM & Co.,
GAZLEY, WM. H., Attorney and Counselor
at Law, Columbus, Texas. Especial at-
tention given to the collécting business. Office
over William Baker's store. v3ñ20hl?
GOOK/R. V., Attorney and Counselor at
Law, Columbus, Colorado county, Texas,
will attend promptly and strictly to^all business
confided to his care. * v4nl3.
A. h- davidson. . i w. l DAVJDSeN
T~\AVIDSON, A. H. & SON, Attorneys at
±J Law, O.ohlmbuB, Texas, J
Thomas W. "Harris.
Office with Dr.
DANIELS. J. M., Attorney and Counselor
at Law, Columbus, Texas, gives his atten-
tion in all business entrusted 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
s. j;. WELLS.
ELLS & GARNETT, Attorneys at Law
and agents for the collection of claims,
Columbus, Colorado county, Texas, will give
immediate attention to all business entrusteed to
our care. All Jettcrs addressed to the iirm will
be promptly ¿asperee.
john t. barcourt john h roeson
HARCOURT & ROBSON, Attorneys at
Law, Columbus, Colorado county, Texas,
will practice Law in partnership in all the courts
of the First Judicial District—in the counties
of Lavaca and Gonzales, of the Tenth Judi-
cial District—and in the Supreme and Federal
Courts at Galveston aud Austin 21
.And dealers in. .
STAPLE DRY,\ GOODS,
Alley ton.. Texas.
PLANTATIÓÑ Supplies, Clothing, Hats,
"Boots and Shoes, Crockery. Hardware, Pro-
visions, and all kinds of Groceries except L:qucr.
The Receiving, Storage and'Forwarding Busi-
beas will b« careiilly and promptly attended to.
t. C. CUNNINGHAM ¿¿ Co.
Alleyton, October 19, 1860 «4
ALLEYTON CASTLE; No. 9,
EETS at the Hall every Tuesday Night
at caudle light.
JOHN K. HANKS, Captain,
Al%tou, May 25,1361 -n33.
w. s. delany J. 8. SHROPSHIRE.
DELANY Sc. SHROPSHIRE, Attorneys at
Law, Columbus, Texas, will prtctice in
tlie First Judicial District and the adjoining
countics. Particular attention will be given to
the investigation of land titles, payment of taxes,
and all business concerning land. All claims
committed to them will be promptly collected
and remitted. 29
WELLS, S. M., Notary Public, will protest
bills of exchange or prommissory notes
for non-acccptance or non-payment; take
tbe examination and acknowledgment cf mar-
ried women to all deeds and . instruments o'
writing, convoying their separate property ant
their interest in the homestead; administer
oath*; give certificates; take depositions o!'
witnesses, &c. He is also Commissioner oj
Deeds, Sc., for the States of Mississippi'am
Columbus, March 11, 1861.—n23 ly.
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer;in Fam'i.
ly and Fancy Croceries, West side of
tPublic Square, Columbus, Texas.
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
e © n s w a r e,
Jsdo JJ Jj Ju Jü cMs X f
Boots and Shoes,
BLANKETS, t .....
SPADES AND SHOVELS,
TRACE AND OX CHA$iS,
SADDLES AND BRtDL^S,
BAGGING AND ROPE-!
Also, a large assortment of School ikocks.
WILL receive and forward Cotton to
Houston and Galveston, and make lib-
eral advances upon cotton consigned for 6bip.
Columbus, Texas, Nov. 9,1860 6
To .the Patrols of the Texas Mil-
itáry lnxtlíitte, aud to tbe
npHE INSTITUTE, having been
v-jL by advice of the Board of Trustees, that
jbóth cadets and their commanders might enter
into the public service, will not reopen as usual,
ouTfte first Monday id September, nor probably
'tíúring the war. Public notice will be given of
the opening, whenever it may be determined
upon. • C, G. FORSHEY, .
Sup't T. M. Institute.
BEING DESIROUS of closing my tasi
ness, I will offer my Block of Goods
LOW FOR fCASH!
No moregeods will be charged on my books
without satisfactory arrangements are made
Colnmbus, May 8,1861—31tf.
MISCELL ANEO US.
ñpHE UNDERSIGNED liaving received a
■ FiIje Piano, now offers her services to .tbpse
Wishing instructions in music, at the following
Tuition.five months. $20 09
Use of Piano 5 00
Her long expérience in mps>c teaching wit
warrant satisfacrioq. The latest and best in-
struction books used, and. music of the very
latest Btyles. AH-wishing to enter my fcchool
will cáll at once at the residence of J. P. Kin-
dred. MRS. í!. M. KINDRED.
Columbus, May 16.1861—n3£.
OUSE, SIGN and OrnaVnental Painter
Columbus, Texas. v3n52.
BEEÍHE & SANDMEYER'S
NEW GROCERY STORE
WE re' pectfully annouñcTto the citizens of
Col mbus and the public generally that,
having op* ucd a New Grocery Store in Colum-
bus, we ii tend to keep on hand at all times a
■■Suited to this market, such as Sugar, Coffee,
Flour, Bacon, Irish Potatoes, Fancy Articles, I
Wine, Porter, Segars, etc., etc. Give us a cáll.
BEETHE & SAND MEYER.
Columbus, February 4, I860 21 air
THE undersigued would respectfully
announce to the citizens of ColoradóliJS
county that they are lully prepared to do v U
any work in the Blacksmithing line in the best
manner, and at Bh'órt notice. The busidess oí
the shop will be closely attended to by one o
the firm, and if the work is not clone right, m>
charge will be made.
0^7- Shop at T. IL Marshall's old stand.
FOLTS &. BURpiORD,
Colnrr.bus, Decenib .- 27 1859. lb'hl
CITIZEN JOB OFFICE.
Dissolution of Partnership.
mH¿ FIRM OF FOLTS i, OAKES is,
JL by mutual consent, this day -dissolved.. AU
notes and accounts due said firm can be found
at their o\d stand, and either of the parties are
authorized to make settlements. All persons
indebted to the firm are requested to came for-
ward and make settlement, as wc w&Vt to Close
the business of tbe firm. .
We now take occasion to return our thankp
to the citizens of Columbus and Colorado county
for the jliberai patronage extended to cs for the
last four years. Respectfully, .
FOLTS & OAKES.
Columbus, August 2,18bl—n43.
HAVING this day bought out tbe interest of
P. J. OAKES, I can be found at the old
stand ready to wait on our old patrons. Thank-
ful for pa$t favors, I 'iope by strict attention to
business merit a continuation of the Bamc<
THOMAS W. FOLTS.
Columbus. August 2,1861—p43.
ORK done in a cheap and expeditious
dinner at this ofllce, for cash.
RAILROAD Carts and Haroess, Wheelbar
rowa, Spades, Shovels, Axes, Cooking
Stoves, Blankets, Tents, and a lot of Lumber.
Apply to A. J. FOLTS. or to
fc. P. WHITFIELD, •
Prest. C. T. R. W. Co.
Cclu^biw, Sept, 13, ib61—48.
MEDICAL CARDS, ETC.
r. THOS. W. HABBIS,
„ COLUMBUS, TEXAS,
"P ETUJINS h"is thanks to his. friends .and tho
Jul/ public, for the liberal patronage extended
to him, and hopes by attending strictly to his
prof cs8ion to merit a continu^tiff'n of the same.
All calls left with R. £. Hartsfteld, or at hi*
residence, during my absence, wiU>be promptly
attended to. 11^ may be foand at bis office "at
all titnec, unless p^fessionally engaged.
March 9, 1861.
DR. 3. S. LEWELLYN
' " ríi i'i
WILL continué the practice of Medicine in
its various branches. He returns his thanks
to his former patrons, and hopes, by strict atten-
tion to his profession, to Kicril their continued
patronage, and that of the public generally. Ho
may at ail 'times be found at the Drug Store of
Lcwcllyu and Putney, when not professionally
Dr Leweílyn's connection with the Drug
Store will not interfere, in any way, with tho
oiactice of his profession
T. T. DE GRAFFENRIED, D.D.S.
HAS permanently located in tlie
town of Columbus, and re
spectfully tenders Ijis professional
services to its citizens and the surrounding
— R EFE* K N O S B .-
Col. H. E. Lockett, Washington; Dr. A.
P. Manly, LaGrange; Oapt'. Wm. Rogers,
at on Tf Vaa
THE undersigned having located in*Colu«ibus
for the purpose of carrying on tira Carriags
Manufacturing business, is prepared to execute
all work entrusted to his care. 1 have a No. 1
Carriage Smith to do iron work.. Eastern
material will be uncd altogether. Repairing of
all dcscriptipns in the carriage line done with
neatness and dispatch. AU new work wat-
anted to stand. Terms cheap for cash.
Shop next to the Brick fcivery Stable,
Columbus, Dec 1,1860 P. GROSS.
B. 8. rAHSONS, GAL., I LAR KIN MARTIN, BARRISSPRg
PARSONS & MARTIN,
DEALERS IN TBE DEBT
R'O O M S!
HAVING bought out.JVI. C. Knowltoa's
Billard and Bar Rooms, and resumed his
former avocation in the town of Columbus,
would announce to the publis that he may be
found at the oTd stand, read) and willing to ac.
commodate those who may favor him with a call.
His bar.room is supplied With a fine assortment
Wñiikey*, ' ,
W i nei -
and a]l other Liquors usually found in a Bar
He will keep on hand during the summer a sup.
ply of tee, and having a Bar-keeper well skilled
in mixing up drinks, the Proprietor is satisfied
that he will be able to please the most fastidious.
Those fond of a scientific aud healthful amuse,
ment (an while away a lefeure hour at his BÍ-'
fcürd Room. ?
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J.D. Baker & Bros. The Colorado Citizen (Columbus, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 12, 1861, newspaper, October 12, 1861; Columbus, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177635/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.