The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1860 Page: 3 of 4
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Hard Cement.—The following cement
has been used with great success in cover-
ing terrace , lining basins, soldering stones,
&c, and everywhere resists the filtration of
water. It is so hard that it scratches iron.
It is formed of ninety-three parts of well
burned brick, and seven parts of litharge,
made plastic with linseed oil. The brick
and litharge, are pulverized; the latter
mutt always be reduced to a very fine
powder; they are mixed together, and
enough of linseed oil added. It is then ap-
plied in the manner of plaster^ the body
that is to be covered being always previ-
ously wet with a sponge. This precaution
is indespensible, otherwise the oil would
filter through the body, and prevent the
mastic from acquiring the desired degree
of hardness. When it is extended over a
. large surface, it sometimes happens to have
Aiwa in it, which must be filled up with
* a fresh quantity of the cement. In three
or four days it becomes firm.—Scientific
On the 7th inst., by the Senior Editor, at
the residence of the bride's father, Mr. WM.
D. HAYNIE, of Cotton Gin, and Miss VIOLA
E. SESSIONS of this county.
There was present, on the occasion, a
large number of pretty girls, handsome
women, and fine looking men. The sup-
, per was one of the best arranged, and most
delieious it has been our good fortune to
secor taste in many a day.
May friends and fortune never fail;
May health and sweet content—
With every blessing in detail,
By Providence be sent!
Election First Monday In August next.
fW We are authorized to announce J. R.
GROVER, of Hillsboro, as a candidate for
District Attorney, for the 13th Judicial Dis-
ar We are authorized to announee L. J.
FARRAR, of £ pringfield, as a candidate for
District Attorney of the 18th Judicial Dis-
trict. Election first Monday in August. *
We are authorized to announce J. L.
H ALBERT, Esq., of Corsicana, as a candi-
date for Distr ct Attorney for this, the 13 th
Judicial District. Election first Monday in
August next. *
MT W. F. WOODWARD authorise ub to
announce him as a candidate for Sheriff of
Navarro county. •
tr We are requested to announoe J. R.
LOUGHERIDGE a^ a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the office of Chief Justice ot Navarro
county, by MANY VOTERS.
LOST.—The unlocated balance of James
A. Brien, being a Mercer's Colony Cer-
tifeate, original certificate No. 1187, dated
Heee*tt «r 16th, 1850. Unlocated balance
* >is issued and delivered to James Hooker
*for 4S0 acres or thereabouts, and which tin-
located balance said Hooker has lost or niis-
J ni.!, v If sot. heard from within the prescribed
t une, Í glial! apply fcr a duplicate to the
C'j.'cuussit'neti of Claims.
GEO, M. HOG AN,
i; 12-^t , Agent for others.
Sf Bhaill's Hotel,
Gwnicvna, Jfavarro County, Texas.
MR. and Mrs. McFHAILL are at their old
stand, ere thflhr will be happy to en
tertain their old friends and the traveling
public generally, -Therk table shall be fur-
nished with the best the cam try affords. A
•good stable is attached to the hotel, and a
f ood ostler and plenty of co\and fodder,
'rices as usnal. With these assvances, gen-
tlemen and ladies, are you willing to give us
aeall) \ nl2-y.
A. WHITAKER & CO.,
/COTTON and WOOL Factors, and whole
* -ale dealers ia Fancy and Staple Groée'
r e-\ Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes-
:i#.: <j#are, Wood ware, etc., Houston, Texas
J. WICKEM begs leave to announce to
I • the citizens of Corsicana and vicinity,
that he has ooened a TAILOR SHOP on the
south side oi the square,where he is prepared
ts make or repair clothing on the shortest
notice and in the best manner.
f Corsioana, February 4, 1860-tf
ALL Demons indebted to the undersigned
for Drugs and Medicines, will please come
forward and *etj|Js.as he intends to start after,
his spring.shortly, and must have mon-
ey as he eaii*| b4Í> drugs on time. It can-
not be expect!v3 When one pays cash for
goods, that he ean sell on time and wait al-
ways for the money. Hereafter, all patent
medicines on commissions, will be sold for
eaah only. THOa. N. CARTER.
February 4 th, 1866-8t
Administrator's Sa le.
Negro Woman and Child for Sale on a
Credit of Twelve Months !
* ON the first Tuesday in March next, I
A will, according to an order of the Hon.
Zflt Probate Court of Navarro county, sell
to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve
months, a negro woman named Nioy, and her
child four years old, belonging to the estate
of R J. Forteon, deceased. Bond and securi-
ty will be required.
ll-Sw W.B. PILLOW, Administr ator.
Choice Seeds !
APPLE PIE MELON.—Seeds for this de-
licious substitute for pies, 9 cents a pa-
per. Mammoth prolific Lima beans : vines
grow only six feet high, completely covered
with bunehea of from fifteen te twenty pods
to the bunch, 6 cents a paper. Large Cheese
Squash, excellent for pies, and as a substitute
for the sweet potatoe, 13 cents. The three
mailed for twenty Ave cent . Address
C. V. RAPALYE,
Care of Editor "Hort. Monthly,"
Morrisania, New York.
9. B. Editors of country newspapers, ia
sorting the above with this notice twise, ap-
propriately displayed, will reeeive 8 packa
g s of each variety of seed. all-It
C. L. BPBNCKR. H. B. LEE
Spencer St Lee
Cotton Factors, General Commissien and For-
warding Merchante, and Wholesale Oroeert,
HAVI80T0, DEPOT, TEXAS.
. Vf A large lot of Moore's $80 Sewing ma
ehines on hand.
BwEEEHcas-Horrell, Gayle & Co., New
•, W Shipman, Galveston; Pee
• „ Hutehins, Houston ; Browl
¿ ' T* 4 s* Gibbs.Huntn
ville; Downs 4 Son Rev, R. Alexander,Waco
E. W. Cawthon, Anderson ; R, a. Van Horn
AUB 3>3im 2E
FEED THE HUNGRY!
HAVE just opened in Corsicana a large
and elegant assortment of
To enumerate all the good things we
have is next to impossible, but we wil
mention a few :
of every variety.
| Brandied fruits of all Kinds.
KEEPS ALWAYS SI KIRS ; Peaches,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
I AMY & I
a variety of
Whale, Linseed and Lard Oil,
and everything pertaining to a Family Gro-
cery store. We go on the principle that
" short payments make long friends," and
consequently offer our goods
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Give us a trial.
H. WT. TATE A CO.
ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF
WHICH HE OFFERS AT LOW RATES
THE copartnership existing between W.
M. LOVE and D. B SMITH , will ex-
pire on the 7th day of January, 18*>o, in
consequence of which we will, from this
date, offer our large and spleudid stock of
Dry Goods, &c., at cost and carriage, for
All persons indebted to us, will please
oome forward and settle up, as we wish to
•lose up the business of the firm.
WM. M. LOVE & CO.
Corsicana, Dec. 24th, 1850.
Call and See.
Grocery, Provision, and
I AM now receiving a stock of Goods sur-
passing any ever brought to this place,
both in variety and quality, consisting of
the following articles :
Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Molasses, Vinegar, Salt,
Crackers, Flour, Rice,
Soda, SaleratU8, Ale,
LIQUORS AND CORDIAL3,
of evere kind and quality.
Nails, Powder, Shot,
Lead, Tobacco, Cigars,
Snuffs, Rope and ®agg'ng
Onions, Irish Potatoes, Candles,
Soap, Starch, Mackerel,
Herrings, Oysters, Salmon,
Lobsters, . Sardines, Candies,
Brandied, Fresh, and Preserved Fruits,do-
mestic and foreign; Nuts,
Pickled Sauces, Catsups,
Mustards, Pie Fruits, Syrups,
Jellies, Marmalade, Allspice,
Cinnamon, Flavoring extracts, Pepper,
Cloves, Sweet, Whale, Lard and Linseed
Oils, and every other article necessary to
make a complete stock of Groceries.
Also, a large assortment of Woodware,
Tinware, Hardware, Glassware, <fec., which
I offer at the lowest price for Cash. Its
a free thing, come and try me.
n* JAMES TALLET.
Tbe popularity of the MEXICAN MUSTANG
LINIMENT, is coextensive with the civiliza-
tion of the globe. Other articles claim to alie,
viate pain aud distress—this cares. Family
Physicians, government hospitals, Farriers,
Planters. Farmers, Livery men, «ire., have
practically demonstrated this faet, through-
out the world. No article ever before receiv-
ed such undivided praise and support from
Medical and Scientific men.
of year's standing, has been totally cured.—
Piles, Ulcers, Tumors, Running Sores, Scrofu-
la, Stiff Joints, Felons, Swellings, Burns, Bites,
Boils, chaps, Neuralgia, Salt llheum, and all
aches and pains upon man, and kindred com
Horses, Cattle, &c.
such as Ring-bone, Gall, Scratches, Spavin,
Poll-Evil, Sweeney, Hoof ail, Ac., are subdued
and cured by the
VALUA BLE HOUSE SA VED ! 1
Mr. S. Litch, Hyde Park, Vt., writes :-"That
the horse was considered worthless," (his case
was Spavin,) "out since the free use of the
Mustang Liniment, 1 have sold him for $150
cash. Your Liniment has been doing wonders
420 Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
(Extract.) "In lifting the kettle from the fire
it became unmanageable, tilted over, and
scalded my hand severely, almost to a crisp.
It was an awful sight. The Mustang Linimeut
appeared to extract the pain. It healed rap-
idly without soreness, and left no scar of ac-
count, Truly yours,
««CHARLES J. FOSTER."
Such language as this is but the constant
and natural echo wherever this article is used.
This Liniment is indispensable to planters
and owners of horses and mules. Mr. John
Daniels, Montgomery, Ala., sold a slave for
$800, who was raised from utter uselessness
by this Liniment. Every family should have
it. Be very particular and enquire for the
Mustang Liniment and take no other.
Sold by all dealers throughout North and
South America, Europe, and the islands of
the Ocean, for 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00
per bottle. BARNES ¿ PARK,New York.
Balsam of Wild Clierrjr and Tar.
A safe,speedy, a nd.certain remedy fo coughs
colds, asthma,sore throat,bronchitis, consump-
tion, and all pulmonary complaints.
Statistics prove that over one quarter of
all the adult mortality in the United States,
proceeds in some manner from diseases of
the lungs. It is frightfol to contemplate this
mass of corruption, suffering and death. As
blossoms ripen into fruit, so does a neglected
cold or cough terminate in consumption. It
is a hard thing to conquer in its later stages.
It should be vigorously attacked at first,
Many articles of different virtues may alle-
viate, but Park's BaLam of Cherry and Tar
cures when any earthly power ean,
Independence, Texas, May 16th, 1858.
Gentlemen : I feel it my duty to speak in
regard to your medicine. In 1856 I was at-
tacked with a violent cold, rapidly running
into consumption. I tried every medicine,
and all the physiaians I could hear of, with
out relief, until I hit your Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Tar. I was immediately bene-
fited. It saved my life. Gratefully yours,
JOI1N Q SMITH.
"Richmond, Texas, May 7, 1858.
"Messrs. Barnes «fe Park : I am having con-
stant calls for Park's Balsam of Wild Cherry
and Tar. Those who have used it, speak in
the highest praise of its effects. Be kind
enough to forward me one gross.
"Yours, truly, O, H. PETERS."
"Atawas, Texas, April 23, 1858.
"Gentlemen: Ism a practising physician
at this place, about 25 miles from San Anto-
nio. I prescribe Dr. Park's preparation of
Wild Cherry and Tar for Pulmonary Diseases,
with the greatest benefit. I have witnessed
several remarkable cures. * * *
"W. DAVIS, M. D."
Such results are constantly being exhibited
in every community.
CONSUMPTION CURED IN ITS LAST
Consumptive patient, be ofgood cheer.—
We bring you joyful tidings of good news.
"IIardonfield, N. J., April 20th.
"I was attacked by a severe pa'n in the
side, in the region of the liver. I suffered
intensely through the whole winter. During
all the time 1 was confined to my house, had
a violent cough, raised much bloody matter,
and was supposed by myself and others to be
in the last stages of Consumption. The Feb-
ruary following, when apparently my life
was at a close, I procured a bottle of Park's
Balsam of Wild Cherry and Tar. A9 soon
as I commenced its use, I besan to grow bet-
ter. The soreness of my side grew less, the
eough gradually left me, the profuse expec
toration and spitting of blood ceased, and
my general health became by degrees restor
ed, 1 was soon enabled to resume my trade,
that of a carpenter, which I have continued
without interruption. I will further remark
that this remarkable cure was effected by on-
ly three bottles of the Balsam.
Truly, yours, THOMAS COZZENS."
This article, so harmonized with the vital
fluids, digestive organs and requirements of
the system, as to lift the disease and soothe
all inflammation. If used according to di-
rections, it cannot fail to benefit you. Pro-
cure the Illustrated Family Almanac of any
Agent, (gratis,) and read explanationa in full.
But lose no time.
IN CONSUMPTIVE SYMPTONS
'•Procrastination is the thief of time" in an
awful sense, as it shortens existence, and hur
ries the patient from time into eternity.
Thousands are weekly dying whose lives
might be saved by the timely use of Dr.
Park's Balsam or Wild Cherry Und Tar. A
few weeks—a few days make a fatal differ-
ence in the progress of Consumptive Symptona
The chances of success increase greatly
with the easiness of treatment. Although
Park's Balsam has performed cures in cases
seemingly desperate that are almost miracu-
lous, still it is advisable to take the Balsam
on the appearance of the first symptons.
nloy BARNES <t PARK, New York.
LYGN?S MAGNSTÍC POWDERS.
Will destroy Garden Insects, Cockroaches, Bed
Bugs, Fleas, Ants, Moths, and all peats of the
The importance of a reliable article of this
kind is inestimable In warm weather all
nature teeins wiih these anuoying foes. This
powder is the only article ever discovered
which will exterminate hein- A company
of botanists, from the Horticultural Society of
Paris, while amidst the ferns of Asia, observ-
ed that all insects lighting upon a certain
kind of plant very soon dropped dead. This
fact was made use of to guard their night
camps from these intruders. Quantises of
the plant were brought home by Mr. E Lyon
and foir.id a positive insect deatroyer in every
experiment. It is simply a powdered leaf,
chemically prepared to resist the effects of
age and climate. Medals and Letters Patent
have been obtained from the Governments of
England, France, Germany and Russia, from
the World's Fair, and numerous medioal and
horticultural «olleyM sad sotietiM.
Letter from the President of U- States
"Executive Mansion, Washington 31st Jan '68
"ilr. Emanuel Lyon,—Dear Sir : 1 have the
pleasure to inform you that the Royal Com-
mission, of the World's Fair, at London, have
awarded you a Medal and certificate for the
great value of your Magnetic Powders, «fee.
MILLARD FILLMORE, Chairman-"
The above was accompanied by a certificate
of Prince Albert.
IT IS FREE FROITE POISOM.
New York, Oct., 1st, 1858.
Mr. E. Lyon,—Dear Sir : We have analysed
and tested your Magnetic Powders and find
them perfectly harmless to mankind and do-
mestic animals, but certain death when in-
haled by bugs, ants and insects.
JAMES"K. CHILTON, M. D. Chemist.
LAURANCE REID, Prof. Chem N Y Hospital
Mr. John L. Pome, Superintendent of the
New York lloépitul, says, "he has expelled
all the bugs, ants, roaoJies, moths, A*c, with
Lyon's Powder.and finds it of immense value.'
Every gardner and housekeeper must have
a direct interest in an article of ihis kind.—
Refereace can be made to the Astor, St. Nich-
olas, and Metropolitan Hotels; to Judge
Meigs, Presdient of the American Institute ;
James Gordon Bennett, Gen. Winfield Scott,
Cyrus W. Field, L. M. Pease, of the Five
Points Mission,«fee. Judge Meigs says,"This
discovery of Prof. Lyon is of national impor-
tance. The Farmers' Club have tested it
thoroughly, It will destroy locusts, grass-
hoppers, ants, moths, bugs, aud all vermin.
Garden plants can be preserved, and houses-
Arrangements are now made through Messrs
BARNES <fe PARK, of New York, to have it
sold throughout the world. Many worthless
imitations are advertised. Be cautious!
New York, November 8th, 1858.
"In retiring from business, I have sold all
my Insect Powders and Pills, Letters Patent,
and the secrets pertaining thereto, to Messrs.
Barnes <fc Park. This Powder is a discovery
made by myself, and brought from the inte
rior of Asia, and is unknown to any other
persons. The genuine and effective article is
Eut up in tin canisters, and will continue to
ear my name. "E. LYON."
Rats and mice cannot be reached by a pow-
der, and are killed by a magnetic Pill. Or-
der them through any merchant*
'Tis Lyon's Powder kills inseots in a trice,
But Ifyons Pills are mixed for rats and mice.
Sample Flasks, 25 cents ; regular sizes, 50
cents and $1.00. Follow directions. Use
freely and thoroughly.
BARNES «fe PARK 13 «fe 15 Park Row N. Y.
lITSii'T 0F MBMPARILIi
AND YELLOW DOCK,
IS a most unfailing remedy for diseases of
the Blood and Billious complaints. It is
pleasant, cheap, and beneficial. Many per
sons are suffering under diseases they cannot
describe. Loss of appetite, Dimness of Sight,
Wasting of flesh, Weakness of the Digestive
Organs, Skin Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Palpita-
tion of the Heart, Sinking of the Bowels, Inca
pacity for Study or Business, Rush of Blood
to the heart, Failure of J/emory, Pains in the
Back, Side, Chest or bones, Uulcers, Old Sores,
Mercurial Diseases, Gout, Female Complaints,
and Irregularities, Boils and General Impuri-
ty of the Blood—are horrible—are unwel-
come Complaints. If these are your symptoms
this Sarsaparilla Compound will be very sure
to relieveycu. These Complaints, if not soon
cared for, assume a vital form. People live
in a course of luxury and indulgence, as if
they were not responsible for their own lives.
The change of seasons are neglected—their
colds are neglected; the blood is neglected ;
the Diarrhoea is neglected. Young Young
Females are not eiirea for as they are passing
the delicate periods of their lives. Look at
the racks of constitutions—the mere apologies
for physical humanity upon every side; is
there no remedy ? "
INVALID SUFFERER, READ!
"Dear Sir4: My daughter was reduced to a
perfect skeleton by Erysipelas and Scrofula.
We thought she must die—Physicians pro-
nounced her incurable. By the blessing of
God your Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla has restored her to perfect
health. D. L. Martin, Scott, Ind."
LaGrange, Texas, May 24th, 1858.
"Messrs. Barnes «fe Park,—Sirs: Last sum-
mer I was afflicted with severe debility and
loss of appetite. I tried several remedies,
consisting of various Patent Medicines, but
found no benefit until I obtained a bottle oj
Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla,
which gave me immediate relief.
"WM K. WHITE."
"Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 21, 1854.
"John D. Park, M. D.,—Dear Sir: You
know my emaciated appearance ; how I was
racked with pains—that I could not sleep—
had no appetite—my food distressed me, caus-
ing frequent vomiting, and that 1 was in every
way an unstrung and doomed man. I am re-
joiced to say that Guysott's Extract and Yel-
low i'ock has restored me to perfect health*
Your grateful friend,
Newark, N. J., Jan. 25th, 1851. 4
"Mi*. Bennett,—Dear Sir. We take pleasure
in saying that Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla gives gr^at. satisfaction in every
case. A gentleman has just informed us that
he had one daughter die of Irregularities.
His eecoud was rapidly approaching the same
end, but for the timely use of Dr. Guysoot's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla which has re.-
stored her to perfect health.
"J. B. TRIPP «fe CO."
Home Testimony — Letter from Judge Baylor.
Independence, June 23 1858.
Messrs. Barnes ¿e Pabk—Gents : I feel it a
duty I owe to humanity, to say to you that
1 have Msed, individually, ana iu my family,
Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla,
and from the use of it I find that it fully
answers all purposes for which it is intended.
Lately I have been brought very near the
grave from a diseased liver, aud from the use
of this invaluable medicine I have been most
signally relieved. An eminent physician the
other day remarked in my presence, that he
considered this medicine as the very best of
all the modern combinations. Jf this hum
ble testimony of mine will be of any use to
yoa, you are as liberty' to use it in any way
you may think proper. Respectfully yours,
R. E B. BAYLOR
Diseases of this kind are peculiar to this
climate, and should not be neglected. The
world has no blessing like health. This arti-
cle can be procured iu almost any town iu
the State. Or. Glysott, Manufacturer, and
Bak.nks «t Pakk, Proprieters, New York.
Celebrated German Bitters.
Will po*itiw !y cure Liver Complaint, Dyspep
sya. Nervous Debility, Fever and Agiu, ctc.
anl> will positively pbevknt yell-ow fever,
billious kever, AC.
Read the Evidenee.
From J. Maginnit, of the N. 0. True Delta.
New Orleans, July 20, 1869.
ifessr*. C. M. Jackson dc Co.,—Gentlemen :
I have for a long time looked upon your
Iloofland's German Bitters as the very best
dyspeptic preparation extant. But I am now
disposed to accord to it still higher merit. I
find that it will effectually prevent the rav-
ages of that scourge of this climate—vellow
fever. During the prevalence of that disease
last summer, I had ample opportunity of
witnessing it efficacy, and I unnly believe
that even an unaeclimated person,with prop-
er precaution and the use of your Bitten as
directed, could safely summer it in New Or-
leans. As a preventive of fever and ague,
also, I cheerfully endorse all you elaim for
it. Respsctfully yours,
JOHN MAGINNIS, Pro'r True Delta.
From T. Richardson, of the Galveston News.
Galveston, Texas, Sep. 26, 1858.
Dr. C. M. Jackson—Dear Sir ^ You suggest-
ed to me before leaving Philadelphia,, to
take a few bottles of your bitters #1 ong, as
a preventive against yellow fever, whieh is
now raging here and in New Orleans. I did
so, and used it freely on my ronte home. I
was accompanied by several Texians, who
also took it as prescribed, none of us having
had the fever except myself. All passed
through New Orleans without being attaeked
by the epidemic, and some of them whom I
have since met, attribute their escape ia a
great measuse to the use of your excellent
specific. From what I have heard from oth-
er sources, and my own experience, I hav«
no hesitation in saying I believe Hooflaua's
German Bitteis, an excellent article for tbe
prevention of bellow fever and many other
diseases peouliar to the South, if taken in
time and as directed. Youre truly.
T. RICHARDSON,of theGalveston Newa.
From Rev. John Berg, of the BalL True Union.
Dr. C. M. Jackson—Dear Sir : Your Hoof-
land's German Bitters is peservedly popu-
lar, and I believe is calculated to remove a
host of " the ills which flesh is heir to."
Yours truly, JOHN BERG.
Important to Seafaring Men.
Philad*lphia, Octocer 27, 1858.
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Dear Sir ; I sailed from
this port in August last, in the barque Rein-
deer, of which I am master, with a crew of
ten men, bound to Havana. As I knew the
yellow fever was raving with great virulence
in that city, and had heard of the good ef-
fects of the Bitters in preventing the attacks
of that terrible disease, I provided myseif
with a supply of it. Before reaching my
Sort, I commenced the administration of the
litters regularly to all on board. On reach-
ing Havana, I found a number of vessels in
the haybor, among the crews of which the
Fever' was commuting great ravages; on
board of three of them not a soul was left
alive—the fever had carried all off. Natu-
rally great alarm prevailed. I am most
happy to say that with the exeepsion of one
of my crew, who deserted in Havana, we
have all comE back safe and sound—not one
of us having been attacked. I believe Hoof
land's German Bitters to be an excellent
medicine, and am satisfied of its salutary
effects as a preventive of yellow fever, as it
is a very unusual thiae for a vessel with so
many persons on board to visit the island of
Cuba in August or September, and return
withont the loss of at least a portion of her
crew. GEO. W. ALLEN, Master.
Au important item to the survivrs of the late
War with Mexico.
Lancaster C. H., S. C., May 12, 185«.
Dr, Jackson, Dear Sir: After my return
from Mevico, 1 was seriously , afflicted with
that terrible disease, whieh has carried to
the grave so many of my fellow soldiers,
chronic diarrhoea, accompanied with Neural
gia, brought on by the climate of Mexico,and
the mode of living while engaged in the
war. The relief I have obtained from the
use of Hooflaud's German Bitters is astonish-
ing ; and I most cheerfully have, and still eoa-
tinue to recommehd the Bitters to all who
are similarly affected, believing that the ben-
efit that will result from their use will be
incalculable. Verv respectfully yours,
K. G. BILLINGS, late Lieut of Company
C., Palmetto Reg.ment, S. C. Volunteers.
Hoofland't Balsamic Cardial
M ill positively cure coughs, cold , in/tuenxa,
croup, hoarseness, bronchitis,whooping ceugh,
Diarrhoea, diseases of the bowels arising from
cold, incipient consumption, Sc.
These medicines are 'prepared only by Dr.
C, M. Jackson & Co., 418 Arch street, Phila-
delphia and for sale by druggists and dealers
generally. Price 75 cents per bottle
E3F" Our "Everybody's Almanac," given
away by all our agents, contains certificates
from well known people in all parts of the
country. Get one.
Agents—T N Carter, Cojsicana; Berry é
Persons,Rush Creek; Sherrell <fc Wade,Rush
Creek ; Wade A Selfj Taos ; Loekhárt é Bart-
lett, Chatfield Point; A M Byars, Mt Pisgah
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i > of your judgment guide
i Ü3 Liver Invigorator, and
Sanford's Liver Invigorator
IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and
has become an established fact, a standard
Medici ne,knownand approved by all that
have used it, and is now resorted to with
confidence in all the . diseases for whióh it
is recommended. %
It has enred thou H sands within the last
two years, who had ^ given up all hopes of
relief, as the numer 3 ous unsolicited certif
icates, in my posses 3 sion show.
The dose must be > adapted tó the tempe-
rament of the indi 9 vidual taking it, and
used in such quanti ties as-to act gently on
the bowels. ~
Let the dictates I
you in the use of the j
it will cure Liver Complaints, billions at-
tacks, Dyspepsia, ChronicDiarrhma Sum-
mer complaints, dysentery, dropsy sour stom-
ach,habitual costiveness, cholic, cholera,chol-
era morbus, cholera infantum, flatulence,
jaundice, female weaknesses, and may be used
euccessfully as an ordinary family medicine.
It will cure sick headache, (as thousands can
'testify,) in twenty minutss, if two or three
teaspoonfuls are taken at commencement of
Mix water in the mouth with the Invigo-
rator, and swallow both together.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Stanford's Family Cathartic Pills
Compounded from pure vegetable extracts,
and put up in glass cases,air tight, aad will
ke?p in any climate.
The Family Cathar tie Pill is a gentle but
active cathartics whieh the proprietor
has used in his prac- ^ tice more than twen-
ty years g
The constantly in c reading demandfrom
those who have long usQd the Pills and the
satisfaction which all ^ express in regard to
their use. has induced -q me to place thesi
within the roach of^ all.
Tli* profession well ^ know that different
cathar ics act on dif O ferent portions of the
The family cathartic pill h is, with due rof-
ereuce to this well established fact been com-
pounded from a variety of the purest vegeta-
ole extracts, which set alike on every psrt of
the alimentary canal, and are £ood aud safe
in ail cases whcTe a cathartic is needed,
as derangements of the stomach, sleeph
pains in the back and loins, costiveness, pain
and soreness over the whole body, from sud-
den cold, which frequently, if aeglectod. end
in a long sourse of fever, lose of appetite,
a creeping sensation of oold over the body,
restlessness, headache, or weight in the heaid,
all inflammatory diseases, worms in children
or adults, rheumatism, a great purifier of tho
blood, and many diseases to which A&di it
heir, too numerous to mention in this adver-
tisement. Dose 1 to 8. Price, 8 dimes.
The Liver iuvigorttor and Family Cathar-
tic Pills, are retailed by druggists generally,
and sold wholesale by the Trade in alt large
towns. S. T. W, SAN FORD, M D.;
Manufacturer and Pr
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Modrall, N. P., Rev. & Van Horn, R. A. The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1860, newspaper, February 11, 1860; Corsicana, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179231/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.