The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. , Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1861 Page: 3 of 4
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Be it Ordained by the Mayor mid Board
of Aldermen of the town of Vorsicána,
tot. That the Constable be ordered to
colflct a tax of one dollar per bead on
eaA citizen of the corporation, and each
penpn liable to road duty within the limits
thereof, for the benefit of said corporation.
2nd. If any person shall tire pistol or
gun within one block of the public square,
cr upon the same, Ik shall be fined not
less than one, nor more than five dollars.
3d. If any person shall permit any dead
aqjmal to remain witljn his enclosures,
the Constable shall forthwith have the
same reraovei^aUhe expense of the propri-
etor of the soil* to*be Yeco vered before the
4th. The Constable shall have the bod-
ies of all dead auimals fouud on the streets
or square of the town removed at the ex
pense of the corporation, or the owner of
said animal, if known.
5th. That each ten-pin alley shall pay
an annua] tax of one thousand doHars, to
be paid quarterly in advance. And it shall,
pot be rolled on after 10 o'clock at nighh
Such violation of this ordinance by the
keeper, owner or player, shall be punished
l>y «-fine of fifty dollars on the owner and,
player, or players each ; and every one i >
a player who bets on the game while it i
being played. But this ordinance shall not
take effect till the 4 th day of March, 1861.
6th. Any person who shall keep a ten
pin alley, without first paving the tax,shali
be fiued not less than fifty dollars for evt-
ry day the same is kept and played on ;
and every Mtie who playa un a leu pin alley
that is'liOt licensed, i>¿all Le fined not l&s
than ten dollars.
7ih. Thai in« Constable < f this corpo
ratiou be appoiuted Chief of Police fur the
vorporauou, with authority to summon auy
number of meu ta a>d him iu pairwliui? the
Corporation, Cor which aervioe be «ball be
paij iw«uty*five dollars per annum : and
be shall be ttuojeci to lemoval bv-lhe board.
8ib. Auy citizen wiio wiieu summoned
•hall refuse to do patrol duty, sball be
fined not mora than five dollars, to l>e re-
covered befoiethe Mayor.' All reasonable
excuse*! accompanied by the oath of the
party, fhhii be bc-au).
Alt white mah-e oetwe*n the ages of 18
ami 46 shall lie subject to patrol duty—*
pb > siciaiiH excepieu.
ft tt. hvery negro fdiaM bear a pans spec-
ifying wheie he ia to go, aim by wnat nine
be to io return. No general pass «ball be
10. Kv*ry bnatrtea hnn*a, including
store* ai d gr<K5fiie , snail be ulosed on tht*
Sabbath ; and the *ale of goods or apirttu
du« liquors within the corporation on the
8ah' at' is prohibited, except in ca*«* of
-Mrgent nw«asity; ahd auy person who
aball violate thin ordinance shall be flntni
not ex«-«^ding five dollar*.
11 Lb. Every person wh# eba'l play at
any g*me ot cania in tbia corporation, upon
which money or property, or tire represan
tfve ©f^«-iiher ia bet, sball be fiued not
exreeding twr-nty five dollars.
l*tti, That an annual tax of thirty two
do!l i- shall be paid by each h*'u e retak-
ing ipniintnis liquor*, to be paid quarterly
in advance; and any p«-r*on who tdiall
re ail tipiri«¿j« UH Hqnora without fir«t <>b-
taining liccnaa thrrcfor. shall be ííned in
any nm not exceeding five dollars tor ev
*ry «ftVnse; and all bonnes welling spiriru
c na liquors by tbe quart or more shall pay
an anunaf tax of twenty fonr dollars, to be
pMid quarter1?, in advance. Any person
violating th?s ordinance Shall be fined not
exe« *diiig fire-dollar .
lS h. Any p«r*cn who shall keep .or
«•xhili'jor be concerned in keeping or ex-
hibiting any faro batik or any other bank-
ing game within the corporation shall be
. finer! fifty dollars for each offen«o.
^ 14th. If any person shall use obscene
language in a loud and boisterous manner?
, in any public house, or on the street ot
Xmiblic square, he shall be fined not exceed
•Prng twenty dollars. •
15th. Any p«r*on convicted before the
Mnyor of a simple assault, or assault and
batttry, shall be fined not exceeding twenty
16th. Every person or company exhib-
iting or causing to be exhibited for pay,
aiiy museum, show, feats of activity, slight
. of hand, magic lantern, or any other dev^ee
of like character, shall first par a tax of
twenty times the admittance fee for adults
for the first exhibition, and half as mueh
tor each subsequent exhibition. Every
violation of this ordiuanceshall be punished
by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars.
17th. No person or company ahall ex-
hibit or cause to be exhibited within the
limit* of this corporation a luenagarie or
circus, without first paying a license there-
for in twenty times the amoaut of
the admittance fee for an adult for each
dajr of exhibition, and twenty times as
■inch for each side show accompanying
e; and every violation of thisordi-
each day, shall be punished by a
* exceeding fifty dollars. ^
If any person sball become intox-
on tbe Sabbath, be sball pay fine
_ exceeding five dollars; and it shall b^,
the duty of tbe Constable to arrest, without
warrant any person so found, and take him
befrre the Mayor and enter complaint:
true copy of record.
N. II. BUTLER, Mayor.
C. Wixch, Recorder.
JCAXAt Jan. 2d 1861.
Gen. Cass has resigned bis seat in
tbe Cabinet, and been succeeded by Hon
Jeremiah Black, of Pennsylvania, late
United State* Attorney General- Secreta
ry Cobb has also resigned.
In lime of peace prepare for war
' 1 M . ... - -
On the 18th ult., at the residen je of the
bride's father, by Ju<lge J. R. Loughridge,
SUj. W. B. ROSE and Miss P. A. KELLUM,
all of this county.
With the above we received the usuaj
fee, & liberal supply of tbe delicacies fur
nished for the occasion, for which we re-
turn thanks. m
We may judge bv the above that tbe
Major is not really in favor of secession,
though he has daily preached it. "Action
speaks louder than words." We hope
neither may regret tbe union sentiments
thus publicly avowed, and that a lor.g life
of happiness is before them.
•Across the threahold,led,
And every tear kiss'doff as soon as shed,
His house she enters, there to be a light
Shining within, when all without is night;
A guardian angel o'er his life presiding,
Doubling his pleasure, and his cares dividing!'
All members of the Stray Horse Associaticn
have the privilege of advertising (two insertions)
under this head, all the horses 'that may sti ay
from them without any extra ^harge.
Estrayed fr#m Dr. W. Craig, Hillsboro,Jan.
185.8, 2 Spanish mares, branded CJ on the
left shoulder and 50 on the right. Ono of
thsm a bay mare, and had wi;h her a bay
yearling horse colt, not castrated or braudea
Two Spanish mares branded C3 on the left
shoulder. All estrayed from my ranch 2
miles west of Hillsboro. W. CRAIG.
Jasm Talley s Column
See the advertisement of Sandford's Liver
Invigorator and Cathartic Pills,
Tiiosk laboring under sickness can at once
relieve themselves from the thousand mala-
dies that flesh is heir to, if they will only
follow tbe counsels of nature, and take the
medicine which best assists her in her opera-
tions. Tbat ncdicine is the Vegetable Life
Medinines of Dr. Aloffatt, known as the Life
Pills and Ihccmx B tiers. For sale bv Dr.
W. B. MOFFAT, 585 Bwadway, New York.
Elktray Polices—Navarro county,
TAKEN up by J. C. "Wells, County Commis-
sioner, the following described oxen: one
black niuley ox. marked swallow fork in the
leftfear and crop and split in the right.'
Aleo, one dun and white pided steer,
marked crop off each e.r.
Also,-one red and white pided stesr, mark-
ed under half crop in ths right ar, smooth
crop off ih* left, branded on the horn T C
AIho, one vld imu e olored mare mule.*
TAKBN up by E (. . Melton, County Com-
missioner, (tunning with Jesse Wolf's stock)
one black horse, 9 or 10 years old, about 1 5
hands high, branded L C *
Also, one running with Mrs. Houston's
utock; one yellow mare, 7 or 8 years old,
branded E on one shoulder, and ^ on the
other; and has with her a horse, about 3
years old..(a stud) branded V 6.*
TAKKN up liy David White and ported
before A- Chamber.*, J. P., Beat No. 4, one
white horre, about 10 years old, no brand;
valued at $15,00.*
TAKEN tip by David J- Johnston, about
13 railes east of Cortieaua, ' and posted be
fore L. B. Haj-nte, J. I'., No- 7, a light ches
nut *orrel filly, .three years old last spring,
white star in the forehead, left hind foot
white, 14 hands high; nalued at $75,00.
(no. ft—3t*) A. DURKN. o c c N c
ANT election will be held on tbe 8th day
of January, 1861, at the several elec-
tion yrecincts in Navarro county, for the
purpose of electing two delegate to repre-
sent Navarro and LI ill counties in a State
Convention to be held at the city of Aus
tin on the fourth Monday of Januarv, A.
Down with party name*, and away with
party differences'. Iu this matter let the
people act in concert, and elect delegates
who are worthy, and in every way well
qualified for the mighty responsibilities
that will devolve upon them.
.Tha following U a list of the presiding
officers for holding elections in Navarro
J. M. Rigg*, presiding officer,Beat No. 1.
G, M. Ilogan, " " " No. 2.
E. li. Root, " « « No. 3.
Elias Carrol, H " " No. 4.
N. T. Sneed, " " « No.5
Michael Welch, M " " No. 6.
8. D. Bright, " « " No. 6.
The above notice for holding said elec-
tion, \a given at tbe request of many citi-
zen® of Navarro county. This, the 14th
dayjrf December, A. 1). 1860.
nl4—4t J. R. LOUGURIDGE.
BEEF, Mutton, &c., furnished the citizens
of Corsicamt every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of each week by the under
signed, at the bouse formerly occupied by
Mr. Tatum, opposite Mr. Van Hook's resi-
dence. The meat will be brought in tbe
eveniug before, and will be ready by day-
light on Tuesday, Thursday and" Saturday
morning. His rule will be, " first come,
n24tf J. F. ERWIN.
Is all that is spoken
of now in public life,
But while this is all right and proper, I
would inform tbe ■ public tbat
Ilaving purchased the entire stock of
1AMY & Wi&m
ETTERS of administration on the es-
, tate of Thomas Wright having beft
Íran ted to the undersigned, by tbe Hon.
'róbate Court of Navarro county, at its
October Term, A. D. 1860, this is there-
fore to notify all persons indebted to said
estate to make immediate payment, and
those having claims on said estate to pre-
sent them within tbe time required by law.
A. T. BARTON,
n2 6l* Adm'rlhos. Wright, dee'd.
Look Mere, E?<
Nil. BUTLER desires
• dtbted to him to cor
settle, either by cash or n<]
This is ii« joke.
ill persons in-
Horses for Sale.
1NG more stock horses than
I can at'end to on one ranch, I
ofier 150 head for sale. They
are nearly pure American stock, having
been bred exclusively from American and
Creole mares. My stock is excellent, 1
having one of tbe finest blooded stallions
in the State. His pedigree can by seen bv
calling at this office.
If you want brrgains that really are
argains, come and try me. I live sixteen
nil A from Coreicana, on Rush creek, Na-
uS tf JOHN W. TOWtfSEND.
formerly owned by DeBard & Hardgraves.
I am now prepared to furnish
the public with nearly every thing that
. can be called for.
Returning my sincere thanks for the libe
eral patronage extended to me
in the Grocery Business, I respectfully so-
licit a continuance of the same,
and inuita all wishing
to call and examine my stock, and satisfy
themselves tbat I am selling
on as good terms as any one in the count
dee., <fe., &c,
can now be had on as good term3 as ever
before offered in ibis market, by
JAMES TALLEY'S. i
New Goods !
THE undersigned returns bis thanks to
the citizens of Navarro county, for tbe
liberal patronage heretofore extended to
him, and hopes to merit a continuance ol
the same in future ; and at the same time
he is pleased to inform the public generally
that he has just received, in addition to hi*
present stock, a large and well selected as-
H irdware, crockery-ware,
Wood and willow-ware,
Cutlery, Nails, castings,
and.a great variety ofladies' dress goods.
Fancy Dress Goods, American Prints,
and everything else tbat ladies may desire.
a great variety of the very latest styles,
and a great variety of Yankee notions,
which was selected with special care in or-
der to suit the wants of the purchaser,
and I pledge myself to sell them cheaper
than has ever been offered in this market.
The gentlemen acd ladies are particu-
larly invited to call and examine our stock;
and I pledge myself to show them goods
unsurpassed both in beauty, style and
quality Liberal deductions made for
The highest market price paid for Wool,
Hides, and country produce generally.
He C. MOSS. %
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
THE undersigned having established
Vjpi himself in Corsicana, offers for sale
' a choice lot of *
of tbe most approved styles and patterns.
He is well prepared to manufacture cab-
inet work in all its various branches, as
well as doors, sash, and blinds. Jle guar-
antees satisfaction in all cases. Those
wishing to supply themselves would do
well to give him a trial.
J3T Shop in front of Mr. John Bright's
Aug^31.-41tf J. WAGNER.
To Beef Eater .
PERSONS desirous of purehating BEEE,
either by retail, quarter, half or whole
beef, can be accommodated by giving the
undersigned a cal).
n49tf J. p, ERWIN.
E. DKArVE, DENTIST,
ELVE miles south-east of Corsi-
mmcana, Texas, returns his thanks to
ihsQe the citizens of this and adjaeent
counties for past patronage, and will be
pleased to work fo^those who may need his
services. All ordera^jfctown can be left with
Dr. Carter, at theDrt^Store. n!8
J. T. OAKES,
"Atawap, Texas, April 23, 1858.
"CrENTUiMttN : I pm a practising physician
at this place, about 25 miles from San Anto--
nio. I prescribe Dr. Park's prepáration of
Wild Cherry and Tar for Pulmonary Diseases,
with the greatest benefit. 1 have witnessed
several remarkable cures. * * * „
"W. DAVFS. M. D."
Such results are constantly being exhibited
in everv community.
CONSUMPTION CURED IN ITS LAST
Consumptive patient, be ofgood cheer.—
We tiring you joyful tidings of good news.<
Read 1 Read I
"1Iakt>onfi^>, N. J., April 20th,
"f was attacked by a severe pa:n iu the
side, in the region of the liver. I suffered
intensely through the whole winter. During
all the time l 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 *ife
was at a close, I procured a bottle ot l'ark's
Balsam of W ild Cherry and Tar; As soon
as I commenced its use, I be an to grow bet-
ter. The soreness of my side grew less, the
cough gradually left me, the profuse evpec
toration and spitting of blood ceased, and
my general health became by degrees restor-
ed, I was Boon enabled to resume my trade,
that of a carpenter, which I have continued
without interruption. I will fur'her remark
that this remarkable cure was effected by on-
ly three bottles of the Balsam.
Truly, yours, THOMAS COZZENS."
This article, bo harmonized with the vital
fluidts, 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 explanations ir. full.
But lose no time.
IN CONSUMPTIVE SYMPTONS
'•Procrastination is the thief of time" in an
awful sense, as it shorteus existence, aild hur
ries the patient from time irt3 eternity.
Thousands are weekly cyi ig whose lives
might be saved by the timely use of Dr.
Park's Balsam of Wild Chkrry and Tar. A
few weeks—a few days make a fatal differ-
ence in the progress of Consumptive Symptons
The chances of success increase greatly
with the earliness of treatment. Although
Park's Balsam has performed curcs in cases
seemingly desperate that are almost miracu-
lous, still it is advisable to take the Balsam
on the appearance of the first symptons.
nl.Oy BARNES A PARK, New York.
Taken in Trade.
CORSICANA," TEXAS. ^
^*HAVING located permanently in
Corsicana, offers his services to
the citizens of the town and
S surrounding country. Guns or
pistols made or repaird on short notice. All
work warranted. n9y
/> i /"V ACRES of land on Brier Creek, 4
O tu miles N. W. from Corsicana, upon
which is enclosed 80 acres of land; also a
double log dwelling house, and several out
houses; or my residence in Corsicana.
fnsa" WM. H. NEBLETT.
Balsam of Wild Cberry and Tar.
A safe,speedy,and.certam 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 disease* of
the lungs. It is frightfol to contemplate this
mass of corruption, suffering and death. As
blossoms ripen into fruit, so does aneglected
cold or cough termínate in oonsnraption. It
is a hard thing to tsonqner in its later stages.
It should be vigorously'attacked at first,
Many artieles of different virtnes may alle«
vinte, but Park's BaLam of Cherry and Tar
cure when any earthly power can,
iNDicrENDENOE, Texas, May 16th, 1858.
Gentlemen : 1 feel it my duty to speak in
regard to your*uiedicine. In Í8fifl I was at-
tacked with a violent cold, rapidly running
into'consumption. I tried every medicine,
and all the physicians I could hear of, with-
out relief, until 1 hit your Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Tar. I was immediately bene-
fited. It saved my life. Gratefully vnurs,
JOHN Q. SMITH.
"Ricumond, Texas, May V, 1858.
"Messrs. Babnes <fc 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 it* effects. Be kind
enough to forward me one gross.
"Yours, truly, O. U. PETERS."
EXTRACT of Mrnktmiu
AND YELLOW DOCK, .
IS a most unfailing remedy for diseases of
the Blood and Billions 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
paeity for Study or Business, Rush of Blood
to the heart, Failure of Memory, Pains in the
Back, Side, Chest or bones, Uulcers, Old Sores,
ireurial Diseases, Gout, Female Complaints,
and Irregularities, Boils and General Impuri-
ty of the Blood—are horrible—are unwel-
Complaints. If these are yonr symptoms
this Saroaparilla Compound will be very sure
to rel r^re yc u. These Complaints, if not soon
cared foh 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 « neglected. Young Young
Femahra are not car^d for as they are passing
the del ¿ente periods "01^ their lives. Look at
the racks of constitutions^-the mere apologies
for physical humanity upon every side; is
there no remedy t
"Dear Sir4: My daughter was
perfect skeleton by Erysipelas
We thought she must die—Pb
nouneed her incurable. By thv.
God your Guysott's Extraot of Yello
and Sarsaparilla has restored hec to pérfeot
health. D. L. Martin, Scott, Ind."
LaGraxgr, Texas, May 24th, 1858.
"Messrs. Baknks <b Park,—Sirs: Last sum-
mer I was afflicted with severe, debility and
loss of appetite, I tried several remedies,
consisting of various Patent Métf" " '
found no benefit until I obtained a
Dr. Guysott's Yellow Doek and §ar
whieb gave me immediate relief.
"Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 21,
"John D. Park, M. D.,—Dear Sir:
know my emaciated appearance ; how
racked with pains—that I could not sleep-
had no appetite—my food distressed me, caus-
ing frequent vomiting, and that I was in every
way an unstrung and doomed man. I am re-
joiced to say that Guysott's Extract and Yel-
low Dock has restored me to perfect health-
Your grateful friend,
Newark, N. J., Jan. 25th, 1851.
"Mr. Bennett,—Dear Sin We take pleasure
in saying that Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dk>ck and
Sarsaparilla gives great satisfaction in every
case. A gentleman has iust informed us that
he had one daughter die of Irregularities.
His second was rapidly approaching the same
end, but for (¿e timely use of Dr. Quysoot's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla which has re-
stored her to perfect health.
"J. B. TRIPP 4*00.".
Home Testimony — Letter from Judge Baylor.
Independence, June 28,1858.
Messrs. Barnes <k Park—Oents : I feel it a
duty I owe to humanity, to say to you that
I have used, individually, and in 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 J have been brought very near the
grave from a diseased liver, aud from the use
of this invaluable medicine I have br
signally relieved. An eminent
other day remarked in my presence, that he
considered this medicine as the very beat of
all the modgrn combinations. If this film-
blc testimony of mine will be of any use to
you, 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 i rocured in almost any town iu
the ¡átate. i r. Gpysott, Manufacturer, and
Barnes ¿i Park, Proprietors, New Yurk.
Celebrated German Bitter*.
Will positively cure Liver Complaint, J>y*p*p-
sya, Nervous Debility, Fever and Ague, d c.
AND WILL POSIT1VELT PBk.Vk.NT YkX«OW Fk.V«ir,
R ea d the Evideaee.
From J. Mnginnis, of the N. O. True Delta.
JSicw Oki.kam, J til v '¿Ot, l&ót .
I Messrs. C. M. JueLmm it Co..—Gentlemen ;
I have (or a long; limo looke>t upou your
lloofland's German Bitters as the v«ry best
dyspeptic preparation p*tanf. But 1 aríi now
dfeposed to accord to it «till higher merit. I
finu that it will effectually prevent the rav-
ages of that scourge of this cliuiate—yellow
fever. During the prevalence of that di««d e
last summer, 1 lia-1 ample opportunity ol
witnessing its nllicacy, and I firiuly belter*
that even an unacolimated ner*>\n.with prop-
er precaution and (he iish of vbkKWrtmkft
directed, could safely summer it in New Or-
leans. As a preventive of ff-er atH asrue,
also, I chcrfullv endorse all )uti el«irn fot
it. Respectfully your*.'
JOHN I'ro'rTrne DeUa.
From T. fitch ird*trti, of the Gulmitn Jf
Galveston. T.-x*#.< «• > ?s. 1 R5á.
Dr. C. Jackson—Dear Sir: Yon s<iir<ie!>t-
ed to n>e before Jeaviujr Philadelphia, i«
take a few bottles iyur biiler> alnnj. as
a preventive air >bisf v hi«H •*
now latr'nsr her and ir. i'Tcw I did
so, aud used it It-ielj uu inv route home. 1
was accompanied by *c.e.ul Tcxiai.s, vho
also took it a- prescribed tr>ne of us having
had the fevpr mv-el'. All pas«e«f
through New Orle-m* with' nt beinc altseked
by the epidemia, and aonio of tht-m whom I
have bince met, attribute luau «scape iu a
great measuse to the use of yo*tr e.\cclleid
spifcific. From what 1 ha^e heard from oth-
er sonre , and mv o vn «xp< rience, I h*v.-
no hesitation in sayine I- believe '«ooflnn-.'s
Germán Biueia, ua excelleui article i r tka
prevention'of acIIow fever aud niuny wth«r
diseases peculiar to the South, if taken in
timp and a*di^eet.ed. Yo"rs trnlv.
T. RICH! ARílSOPí.of th*Oalr««ton Ne**n. *
From Rev. John Herg, of the Bait. True (Jw.n.
I r. 0. M. Jackson—Dear ¿«ir : Your iii-of-
lauil'e German Bitters is ptserveu.y popu-
lar, and I believe is calcula: ed to remove a
host of " the ills which flesh is heir to."
Yours truly, JOHN BEl.'G
Imno.icxt *n Smfirutg Jfn.
Philadelphia, Octócer *7.
Dr. C. Jf. Jackson, Dear Sir ; I sailed fi. m
this port in August last, in the barque Rein-
deer, of which I am master, with a crew «.f
ten men, bound to Havana. As I knew the
yellow fever was raving with great riratenae
in that city, and had heard of the good ei-
feets of the Bittern m preventing the attacks
of that terrible disease, I provided rnyseif
with a supply of it. Before reaching toy
port, I commenced the administration of tha
Bitters regularly to all on board. On reach-
ing Havana, 1 found a number of vessels in
the haybor, among the crews of
Fever was committing great raí
board of^three of them not a so
alive—the fever had carried all
ralljfcgreat alarm prevailed. 1
happy to say that
of my crew, whb deserted in
have all comE hack safe and tt
of us having been attacked. I ....
land's German Bitters to be an
medicine, and am satisfied of its salutary
effects as a preventive of yellow fever, as it
is a very unusual thing for a vessel with so
many persona on hoard to visit the island cf
Cuba in August or September, an<T
withont the Toss of at least a
crew. GEO. W. ALL
Au important item to th* survivors tf
War with Mexico.
Lancaster C. H., S. C., May 18 ]
Dr, Jackson, Dear Sir: After my ,
from Mevico, I was seriously afflicted
that terrible disease, which has <
the grave so many of my fellow
4% nwati i a h . 0% mil. m a _ _ • v * . .
chronic diarrhoea, accompanied with U"<
gia. brought on by the climate of
the mode of living while
war. The relief I have o
use of Qoofland's German Bitters..
ing; and I most cheerfully have, and
tinue to recommend the Bitters to
are similarly affected, believing that
efit that will result from their nse wi
incalculable. Verv respectfully yours,
KG. BILLINGS, late Lieut of Uom
C., Palmetto Reg.ment, S. C. VSlu
Will positively cure coughs,
croup, hoarseness, bronckiC
,Diarrhoea, diseases of the
cold, incipient consumption, éc.
These medicines are ¿prepared -
C, M. Jackson A Co., 418 Areh si.
del phi , and for sale by drnggists
generally. Price 75 cents per "
BT Our "Everybody's Alu-
away by all our agenta, contains
from well known people in all
country. Get one.
A«eni*-_T N Carter,
Persona, Rush Greek; Sherrell
Creek: Wad<*k 8el* Taos; Lockh
lett, Chatfleld Point; A M Byars.
Sanford's Liver In
IT is compounded entirely from
has become an established £aet> a etan
Medicine,knownand approved by all
have wed it, and ia now resorted to with
confidence in all the . diseases for which it
is recommended. §
It has cured thou H sands within the laat
o years, who had < given up nil hopes f
lief, as the numer £ o us unsolicited cert if-
" - in my poesee © sion show.
dose must be*£ adapted to the tempe-
rament of the Indi fe vidual taking it, and
uae$in such quanti*^ ties as to aetgentlvon
the bowela. g 67
Let the dietatea>> of yourjudgment guide
yon in the nse of the ¡3 Liver Invigorator, and
it will cure Liver Complain£b¡lliou* at-
tacks, Dyspepsia, ChronieDiarrh<Ba.8oas-
mer complaints, dysentery, dropsy sour «torn-
.aeh,habitual oostiveness, eholic, chofera,ehoi*
era morbus, cholera infantum, flatulenee,
jaundice, female weaknesses,and may be used
successfully as an ordinary family medicine.
It will oure sick headache, (as thousands can
testify,) in twenty,minutas, if two or thr«*
teaspoonfuls are taken at commencement of
Mix water ia the mouth with the Iarign-
rator, ayd swallow both together.
Frite One Dollar per Bottle.
Stanford's Family Cathartic Pills
Compounded from pure vegetable extracts,
and put up ia glass eases,air tight, and wUf
keep ia an- —
~~ Faasfly uasnac
has naed in feia prao-
The constantly in-
those who have Ion ' S used tin
satiafaetion whieh all express
their uae. has induced < me to
within the reach ofS all.
The profession well ^ kuow that __
cathartics act on dlf- O IWtat pw.¿míu wi tha
The family cathartic pill h *' with due ref-
erence to this well MtaMiahed fxet.Wn iwa.
Sounded froi* a variety of th>- purert vegeta
le extract , winch m«i alike ua svsrjr psrt«f
the aliiuentaiy ta..j., a^J are gv^J a«ú , rtv
iu all cases waei - a ca hanic is needed, auch
a* derange rúente of the atnuMkrfe.
pains in < he Hack an t to i-a i>octiv aeoa, pais
and soldi*** o er tli «hoi* Inm4v. trow su4.
u«u co 0, wii cn it-ttqtj-ttiljf, if ee^ed, «f l
in a ¡oii(t ni.ij.. V ! v«.i, ,i>m wi aj pea. ta
a creeping sen n on . f eol.l over the !y
rea h h- tfc-
all inH mm*i->rv wo tr.« in eltMSr-• ,
; or adults HdhúmIi«i^ % _. yi. pta'iior «•# the
I lnoou, aud iiK.i t LÍ«ee* a# a hi. ij tiwh ta
i heir, tuu uli ue.mtú t« lucii.Jot m ihia .
tiseweiH. D *e 1 to " prf ,-. j •;
I The I. i ver r-
| tic Pit's, %ro retailed by ara
I an<l «oíd hoie>aie by the Trad lo ail k
¡town.. b. 1. W. cJkM-ORD, SI, L>
fllaaufaut'^rer %a-( I>mth
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Neblett, William H. The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. , Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1861, newspaper, January 2, 1861; Corsicana, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179277/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.