The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. , Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 2, 1861 Page: 4 of 4
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I TAKE this method of returning my thanks
to the citizens of Navarro and Adjoining
conntitp, fur their very liberal patronage,
and >*t>pe to merit and receive their favors
in the future. 1 eaa be found at my .old
atand engaged, as Heretofore, in the man-
Saddles and Saddle-Trees!
and every other article in my line. On
hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees,
Harness, Bridle , and all articles usually
kept in a Saddlar's shop. Orders filled with
neatness and despatch.
n*0 a L JERNIGAN.
IE undersigned retains hi# thanks to
the citizen* of Navarro county for the
liberal patronage heretofore extended to
him, aj)4 hopes by close attention to the
wxots of his customers, to merit t^continu
jtnce of the same in future.' He will keep
constantly on hand a large and well select-
ed stock of
Hair, nail, paint, and
Pure wines and *
Trasses, shoulder braces and toilet articles;
Ten* and ink ; letter, note, cap and bill
' *- > " •
-W 11 '-L'-li - -
Cigars, tobacco, snuff, and all the most
popular patent medicines of the day.
-? Physicians' prescriptions carefully com
pounded of pore drugs, at a'l hours, by
W. R. Powers or ,
T. N. CARTER.
A. H. Glass. P. Briganee. W. L. Cheek.
(rlass, Briganee & Co.,
(Successors to Parker, Smith <fc Co.)
Receiving, Forwarding and Commission
Special attention given to shipping cotton
sad country produce generally.
would respectfully In-
i th«<eiti2au of Navarro and ad-
ties, that the above mills are
raooing order, with a ca-
sing two hundred and fifty
of wheat a day. The mills
with the greatest abundance
during the dryest seasons. Cus
therefore rely upon getting
i* at any time.
meal and. flour on hand aad for
E. 8. BILL & CO.
Institution establi k d by special
it, for the reKef of the Sick and
\qfjiictedwith Virulent and Epidem-
ic. Disease , and especially for the Curs of
Diseases of the Serual Organ .
"VI EuICAL ADVICE given gratis, bv the
XWL Acting Surgeon, to al 1 who apply by
letter, with a discretion of their condition,
(age, oeenpation, habits of life, Ae„) and in
eases of extreme poverty, Medicines furnished
free of ebarge.-
Valoabie Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and
other diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on
tjke new remedies employed in the Dispensa-
ry. seut to the afflfeted in sealed letter en-
velope, free of charge. Two or three stamps
for postage will be acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. Sklllin Houghton, Acting
Surgeon, Howard Association, Mo. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President.
Oso. Faikchild, Secretary. nU-y
E. W. BURROW
1IAV1NG purchased the extensive stock
of Groceries belonging to H. W. Tate &
Co., is now prepared to "feed the hungry"
•i furnish drink to the thirsty. - He has a
súqh as fiqe liquors preserved fruita, bran •
died fruits of every kind, both of French
and American preparation, porter, ale,
sardine*, oysters, Ac. He has large addi-
tion* to bis present stock on ¿he way up
/ron Houston,which wilt render his assort
mentóse of the most complete in the upper
country, and he pledges himself to sell the
" Cheap a« the Cheápe«t."
TS hereby giren. I hat all pvrwais holding
A elai'ns against flie estate of j|br m Helm,
ddce«M>d, are requested to present .hem with
la tb« tipie prescribed by law. ' AIm , all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
eome forward aad make immediate set-
«tf. JAS. DUSK, Executor,
r. f, 18«0. uM-Hi,*
respect full} inform
their old ru^Kiieis, am! ibe
coíutnuüity ¿tuersry, that tli<*y
now rr« eui«>¿r their fiiie and ¡arjje assort
mt u I of
Fall &¡ Winter
comprising, amor><r many other things, the
Uats for ladies, misses, men and boye;
fine bonnets,silk mantles and dusters,
bareges, for veils and dresses;
silks, florence, foulard, poul •
de soie; Gros de Rhine;
black and colored
organd i e s;
muslins ; jaconet
and organdie robes, la-
lutestring, velvet and trimming
♦ ribbons, fringes, jaconet bauds, head
dresses, lace veils, fancy silk belts, colognes,
■ embroidered handkerchiefs,
etc., etc., etc.
J. Jl. Oakes' Column
HURRAH FOR THE .
Ready made coats,
vests of various fabrics ;
Marsailfes, linen and che:k shirts,
■ Boots and shoes,
5 and every article
appertaining to a
the coarsest „
A GREAT VARIETY^
books and stationery,
etc., etc., etc.,
A full and complete assortment of
etc., always kept on hand.
- Which, added to a large and well selected
assortment previously on hanci/will enable
us to supply all demands in our line; and
we are determined not to be surpassed by
any in the
Quality or Cheapness
OF OUR GOODS.
Wool, cotton, hides, and country pro
duce generally bought, and the highest
market price paid for same.
Returning our thanks for former favors,
we again s <li<-it the patronage so liberally
bestowed in the pa*l; promising, as here
tofore, our ben «Hurts to give satisfaction-
We earnestly cali on our friends to
settle up their indebtedness to us, as we
are desirous of settling our outstanding
aU A. MICHAEL dt DRO.
If Ttxas becomes an independent Re
J. A. Oakes
would'inform the people of Navarro coun
ty, and vicinity, that be has just returned
Irom New \otk with the largest and most
varied assortment of
ever in Corsicana, which he wishes it DIS
TINCTLY understood Jae purchased to selj
Cheap to prompt cus-
In his staple department ire has a great
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
Lowells and Stripes ;
'Brown and Bleached Linen ;
Irish Linens ;
Curtain and Table Danmk ;
Cloths and cashmeres.;
French Ginghams ;
Bleached and brown shirtings;
Dress Goods at the lowest prices ;
Silk dress Goods ;
Merinos; Plaids ; Popfins
Black silks of unsurpassed quality ;
Dress Trimmings ;.Laces ;
Cloaks and scarfs;
Shawls of any pattern ;
Linen Edges ; collars ;
Lace mitts; Flouncing;
Hosiery aud Gloves in endless Variety
Ready made Clothing.
A very large stock at the very lowest
ASÍ© S&IiGir ©©0®9
In endless catalogue.
AND QUEENS WARE.
In this department he has everything
that can be asked for, which he will sell
of the best manufacture, to sbit all seasons
Hats and Caps,
For both, men and boys, at all prices.
Chewing and smoking, of every grade'com
prising the best qua'ity.
T I N W 4 R E
#: ' • % '
He desires every person, both young and
old, to call and see what bargains be will
offer, before purchasing elsewhere. Oblig-
ing clerks always on hand. His motto is
SALES AND SMALL PílOFiTS.'
Call snd examine lor.yourselves.
Country produce, dry hides, <fec., taken
in exchange for goods, and the highest
market price paid.
Corsicana, Nov. 30, 1830.
Masonic and Odd Fellows
MALE AND FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL,
at Chat field'8 Point.
Rev. Wm. H. Stokes, Principal.
Miss Mary A. Stenhour, Assistant.
THE Trustees take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to this
school now in successful progress.
They have procured the services of Rev.
Wm. H. Stokes and Mits Mary A. Stein
hour, as teachers. The former was for a
long time President of one of the first lit-
erary institutions in the State of Georgia,
and is extensively known as one of the
most successful teachers in the South. The
atter has been engflged Up to a recent
date as one of the efficient corps of teach-
ers in the Female Department of Baylor
University, and is bo well and favorably
known, that uone can doubt her giving en-
The school rooms are new and spacious;
the location m a high, healthy region of
country, entirely free from all local causes
for disease, and the society in the neigh-
borhood as good as any country can boast
Board can be had near the school house,
in good families, at from $8 00 to $10 00
The present session, of five months, be
gun on the 9th day of January last.
rates of tuition :
J, L.. Halbert,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarro
county, Texas, will practice in the coun-
ties of Navarro, McLennan, Hill, Ellis, Free-
stone, Limestone and Henderson.
11. Q. Mii.ls.
IITOBBEfi IT Llff, •
CORSICANA, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS.
If. D. GARDM,
Attorney at Law,
WILL practice in the 13th and surround-
ing Judicial Districts, and in the Su-
prome Court at Austin. n39y
o Winkler & Sweatinau, ^
? ATTORNEYS AT LAW,-®
* corsicana, t
- m al* ^
Navarro county, Texas. *'
Middle 44 .
Senior 44 .
Latin or French,
$10 00 per session.
12 5U 44
16 00 44
5 00 extra.
Music, with use of instrument, $25 00.
J. A. Clayton, L. L. B^rtlett,
A. G. Hervey, W. A. Lockhart,
B. F. Lisman, J. C. Bartlett.
Life Pills aud Phoenix Bitters
ff^HESE MEDICINES have now been before
_L the public for a period of thirty years,
and during that time have maintained a high
character in almost every part of the Globe,
for their extraordinary and immediate power
of restoring perfect health to persons suffer-
ing under nearly every kind of d sease to
which the human frame is liable*
The following are among the distressing
variety of human diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to be infallible.
Dyspepsia, by thoroughly cleansing the first
and second stomachs, and creating a flow of
pure, healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind: Flatulency, Loss of Appetife,
Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, Ill-Tem-
per, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural consequence ot its eure.
Costivene8s, by cleansing the whole length
of the intestines with a solvent process, and
without violence;-all violent purges leave
the bowels costive within two days.
Fevers of nil kinds, by restoring the blood
'to a regular circulation, through the process
of respiration in such cases, ana the thorough
solution of all intestinal obstruction in oth
The Life Medicines have been known to
cure Rheumatism permanently in three weeks,
and Gout in half that time, byj^emoving lo
cal ^inflammation from the muscles ana liga-
ments of the joints.
Dropsies of all kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder ; they
operate most delightfully on these important
organs, and hence have ever been found a cer-
tain remedy for the worst cases of Grnvel.
Also worms, by dislodging from the turn-
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which
Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate sores, by
the perfect purify which these Life Medicines
give to the blood, and all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad complexions,
by their alterative effect upon the fluids that
feed the skin, and morbid state of which oc-
casions all eruptive complaiots«allow, cloudy
and other disagreeable complexions.
The use of these Pills for a very short time
will effect an entire cure of Salt Rheum, and
a striking improvement in the clearness of
the skin. Common Colds and influenza will
always be cured by one dose, or by two in
the worst cases. *
Piles.—The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cured of Piles of 35 years
standing by the use of the Life Medicines
Fever and Ague.—For this scourge of the
Western country these Medicines will be
found a safe, speedy, and a certain remedy.
Other Médicines leave the system subject to
a return of the disease—a cure by these Med-
icines-is permanent—try them, be satisfied,
and be cured.
Bilious Fevers and Liver Complaints•—
General Debility, Loss of Appetite, and Dis-
eases of Females, the Medicines have been
used with the most beneficial results in cases
of this description:—King's Evil, and Scrofu-
la, in its forro, yields to the mild yet power-
ful action of these remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous
complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painter's Colic, are speedily cured.
Mercurial Diseases.—Persons whose consti-
tutions have been impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, will find these Medicines a
perfect cure, as they never fail to -eradicate
from the system, all the effects of Mercury,
infinitely sooner than the most powerful pre-
parations of Sarsaparilla.
Prepared and sold by
W. B. MOFFAT,
-335 "Broadway, New York.
For sale by all Druggists.
a. wuitakeb. b. wuitakeb. c. whttaker
A. WI1ITAKER & CO.,
COTTON and WOOL Factors, and whole
sale dealers in Fancy and Staple Groce
ries, Dry Goods, Olothing, Boots and Shoes
Hardware, Wood ware, etc., Houston, Texas
Spencer & mitchell,
Cotton Factors, General Commission and For•
warding Me&ehants, and Wholesale Orocers,
navisoto, depot, tkxa8.
%3§ A large lot of Moore's $30 Sewing ma-
chines en hand.
Refeuenck8—Horrell, Gayle «k Co., New
Orleans ; Rev. J. W. Shipman, Galveston; Pee
A Dumble, W. J. Hutchins, Ilouston ; Browl
«St McMillan,Washington; T. <b 8. Gibbs.Huntn
Vijle ; Downs & Son, Rev. R. Alexander, Waco
E. W. Cawthon, Anderson ; R. A. Van Horn-
Charter Oak Cooking Stoves
n Sale in Fairfield.
J • C* Wiiicli
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Corsicana. Navarro Co„ Texas.
WILL practice in the Courts of the 13th
and 16tl^Judiciai districts. Will also
give especial attention to th£ collection of
claims, the investigotion of land titles, and
all business pertaining to his profession. *2
WM. CBOFT, I>. t. WHEELER.
Crftft & Wheeler,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
PRACTICE in the counties of Navarro,Hill.
Limestone, Freestone, Ellis, Kaufman and
Henderson, and in the Súf reme Court at Aus
tin. Collections made in any part of the
State. n 2
W. XX. Neblelt,
Ai ff 0&SJ&* á! láf
Corsicana,,Navarro county, Texas,
7I1jL attend to all bnsiness entrusted to
him, in the Courts of Navarro county,
and in the District Courtsof Hill, Ellis, Free-
stone, and Limestone counties. He will also
act as Land Agent, in selling and redeeming
land, and perfecting land titles. n8y
J. T. Spence,
•Attorney at Late,SS General Land
Corsicana, Navarro county, Texas.
V\7ILL attend to all business entrusted to
T V his care promptly. Money co'leeted
in any part of the State. He refers, Uy per
Hun. H. A. Wise, ex Goy. of Vn.* Hon. J.
!l. Stewart, M. C., Md ; Hon. J. D.Jones, Md ;
fudge T. A. Spence, Md. njtS-y
Dr. ft. J. Wills,
WILL continue to practice medicine.Office
on the Kast ?ide of the public
Corsicana, Nov. 19, 1859.
Dr. D. €r. Kerr,
BEING permanently located in Corsicana
still couticues offering his servics in th^,
practice of medicine, obstetrics anji surgery.
He feels thankful for the patronage heretofore
bestowed, and hopes by close attention to hi-
profession to merit a continuance of the same
A Belect stock of medicine always on hand.
Office at his old stand. * *n]
Dr. W. J. Love. -
AVING located permanently in Corsi-
cana, respectfully tenders his profes
sional services to the- citizens of the town
and surrounding country. lla\ing been en
gaged in an extensive practice for (even
years in this State, he flatters himself he can
ffive satisfaction in any branch of his pro-
ession. Office, at present in W M. Love's
store. Nov. 23-n12vv
I. €. Spence,
Concrete Buildings, Commerce Strecf,
OPPOSITE C. Ennis A Co., and in front o
the steamboat landing, is now opening
and will keep on hand a well selected sUnk
of general merchantdise, consisting of :
Fancy and staple dry goods,boots and shoer.
hats and caps, hardware, wood and willow
ware, fancy and staple groceries, cloth'np
and gentlemen's furnishing goods; hosiiA\
Yankee notions and Jewelry, which he will
sell at small profit for cash, cotton, wool and
hides. He respectfuílv solicits all his friends
and the public generally to call and examine
his stock. He will also* sell or ship cotton
or wool for his friends. n49y
Corsica no) Texas.
THIS hotel is now fitted up in a neat and
comfortable style, for the accommodation
of the public. The proprietor has engaged in
the business with a determination to please
all who may favor him with their patronage.
His charges shall be as moderate as any o.ther
hotel of equal merit. Travelers' horses shall
positively be well attended to. Give him a
trial and judge for yourself,
nly J. R. WILLIAMSON.
Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.
MR. and Mra. McPHAlLL are at tHeir old
stand, where they will be happy to en
tertain their old friends and the traveling
public generally. Their table shall be fur-
nished with the best the country affords. A
good stable is attached to the hotel, and a
good ostler and plenty of corn and fodder.
Prices as usual. With these assurances, gen
tlemenand ladies, are you willing to give us
a call ? Iil2y
marsh's-XXotel and Livery Stable
djEnown formerly as the Walker House.)
TjrAVING taken charge of this popular
-EL Hotel, would solicit a liberal patron-
age of the public. It will be his aim to
give general satisfaction. The large and
excellent stable, connected with this hótel,
will be well attended to. «Buggies, Horses'
and hacks kept to hire. n2!J
e had at the
variety of the best and
cooking nd Pfrlor stoves;
Seet iron Ware ; spouting,
and all kinds of work can
rtest pasible notice,
or town acceptance. Shop
north west side poblie square.
! 1 C. H. JOHNS*
Ely Fairfield, Ta&as.
Hardin House, .
Ilillsboro, If ill countu, Tereta
COL. J. B. HARDIN, PltO^ICTOR
THE proprietor would respectfully inform
the traveling publio that this well known
hotel is8till open for the accommodation of
those who may favor him with their patron
age. His table will, at all times, be provided
withi the best the country affords, and h« re
speotfully invites his old friends, and the
publio generally, to give him a call. '
He has attached a good stable, well sup
phéd with plenty of wholesome provender
and attentive oatlera.
J. B, Gallaher,
WHOLESALE dealer in Groceries, Dry
Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Sheas,
Plantation Supplies, Bagging and Rope,
Hardware,Crockery, Glassware, Paints Oils,
«Sc., Cougres\ street, Houston, Texas. '
ARMSTRONG & BROTHER'S
GREAT SOUTHERN BOOKSTORE t
And Wholesale Paper Warchoutt,
Strand street, Galveston. M
UPWARDS of ten thousand vel-ti*s<tf
I new and interesting books, in eveS de-
partment of literature, recently reeoivjd by
Armstrong & Brother.
Two thousand splendid pictures, oil and
pastel paintings, engravings, lithographs,and
prints for Grecian paintings, at Armstrong &
One Thousand Stebeoscopio Views of cities,
landscapes, buildings,in Europe end America.
Comic, social and theatrical groupes, Niagara
Falls, Ac., at from.$2 50 to $30 a dozen. •
Splendid Stereoscopes, in malaehite, psiiiéi
mache and pearl, rosewood^oaho^onv >,
leather, at from 75 cenfe to $50 eacfi.
parlor should be without one.
Bridal and Birthday Presents.—Rich tc.ie t
sets, vases, caskets, jewel stands, pearl head
dress combs, bracelets, silver, peatl and «1-
Card cases and portmocies, cigar stand's and;
desks, in papier mache, Rosewood, mahogony^
morocco, <fcc.. at Armstrong dc Brother's.
Superb Gift Books, Annuals for 1860, alutttds
prayer,books, bibles, and all the celdbruteu
poetical and historical works, bound in vel-
vet, morocco antique and papier mache. Pre#-
Vuts suitable to every purse and person á'„
Armstrong <b Brother's.
Law Books—We are agents of nearly all
the law publishing bouses in the líuited
States. «We keep ou hand one of the most
complete lists of law books in the soufli, ad-
dress Armstrong A Brother.
The Largest Stock of Blank Books in the Statr
Fmbracing every style, variety and quality.
We would inyite the special attention ot
county clekks to our count# rceoids, record
Paper.—Out stock embraces every variety
of paper made, fiom the finest French and
English wedding note j apers to common straw
wrapping paper, *
' Printing Paper.—Ail sizes, at New York
prices, transportation rharges only excepted
Bronzes. — Crimson* oid, silver, yellow
and other shades.
Blank Cards of every variety, and quality.
Envelopes in every variety.
Perfumery Goods, at wholesale oulv, at
manufacturer's card pr ee;. Brushes of all
descriptions, combs, etc.
Pianos.—Weber and Chickeriog «Celebrat-
ed pianos. For sale very low at
nl7y ARMSTRONG A BROTHERS
FIU4.YCIS n. liLLEWS
Wholesale and Retail Book, Stationery,
and Music Store, Newspaper and
Periodical Depot, Market
street, ( Next d<or to
the Post office,)
Galveston, tux as.
Í^HE subscriber having added t«rhi* previ-
ously lai^e as «itment. the entire stock
of Books of Jones, Root <fc Co., ( ate J. M
lone#,) is prepared to fill all orders pertaic-
!1bg legitimately to the Book and Stationery
. Miscellaneous Books.—Etiibiacine a larga,-
well selected stock of Standard and I'vpilaf
works— tl«s"sicai,sci> at ific,m«-.;hanicaJ,school,
historical, law. medical, Ihwdogical, agrien!,
t"ral. poetical, biographical, tni*eeiUc«<ui*,
fiction, romance, masonic, phrenological, do--
niestic, economy, voyages, travels, «te. New
publications by every steamer.
School Books and Stationery-Th« most com-
plete stock in the State.
Classics and Langvages. — Latin, Greek,
Spanish, French and t'<«rmaa.
Blank Books.—Half and full bound, of all
sizes and varieties,
Paper.—The celebrated Windsor Clif-
ton mills premium i.apers comprising a seii^s
of caps, letters, baths, notes, eon.nur. ml,
packet, legal, blotting and LilL Ais-, e ijj
assortment of ft noy, cream laid,
colored, tissue, drawing, gold, silver, post
office, wrapping, aud cotton sailing r.aj
tfce., ¿no. * . *■ • . "
Envelopes. -Buff, white and eaa> rv, ;*«*,
parchment, post office, colored, t.a:i*
matic,mourning, embossed,wedding ai¡«f-¡a:,cw
Card .— Visiting, weddÍLg, ewameUJ. H f«-
tol board, mourning, tiuted, embossed and
Pocket Diarie for I860..—Forty four uitfer
Slenoscopcs and Wevs.—Foreign ai.«l do-
mestic. - ~ V *
Hksic and Music Book .—A large assort-
ment of the standard music of the dsv
Gold Pens —lu silver eates and de
ers. Warranted in every particular.
Steel Pen*.— Gillot's",
v\ ashing ton, etc.
. Cherns Men.—Ivory, «Wy, rofewoed, box-
wood, and bone. Che=s, backgammon and ,
* Albums.— 1'ifferent sizes and
ing; manufactured of superfine
ed colors and illustrated. .
Standard Poets.—-Pocket IS
Bible .-All sizes and in all styli.
Prayer Book*.—A large variety,
and Catholic, together with denomiat
hymn books generally.
Juvenile *nd Toy Books, for the "little ones
at home," of all varieties, sizes, styles aad
colors. Also printed on linen.
Yoakum' History of Tero , from the first
settlement, in 1685, to annexation, in 184 tL-
with portraits, maps and plans. Also, an ex-
tended appendix 2 vols., 8vo, 1050
strongly bound in sheep. Sent by
of postage, for $5.
A General Variety i
among others, the folToi
Almanaee, bills of f
composition and copy
cash boxes, card cases, d
red and olue blM*** '
ludia rubber aad
pencils, ivory folders,
lead pencils, (of all c
holders, prints, portfoli
books, purses, pietures, r~.
and pocket knives, pencil leads,
peus,^ rulers, ready
sealing wax, song I
and slate pencils,
transparent slate?, wafers, w
desks, <ke., «ke, witíi thousands
numerous to mention.
Cheap Publication .—The
and varied stock of light
found? in the State. The
respsetfuily invite coüktkt _
gers generally to examine
proceeding to Orleans, as he_„
he can underset that market easily.
Books Sent by Mail.—All orders
attended to, and books forwarded -
free of postage, on reception of ad
Magazine and Newspapers,—So
received, or single copies for ~~
leading magaxiaea aad
the day. FRANCIS D.
Galveston, Texas, March, I860.
; OM and Uhr this date all cotton
X.' • ' ¿s for sale, will be racetv*
of dr"i&<ár '
July let, 1800.\u3S Houston, Teat ,.
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