The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 13, 1861 Page: 4 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Michael's Column. J. .'?• Oakes' Column.
I TAKE this method of returning my thanks
to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining
counties, for their very liberal patronage,
and hope to merit and receive their favors
in the future. I can be found at my old
stand engaged, as heretofore, in the man-
and even^^Hp article in my line. On
hand and wP-iarle, Saddles, Saddle-Trees,
Harness, Bridles, and all articles usuall
kept in a Saddler's shop. .Orders filled wit
neatness and* despatch.
n20 . C. L JERNIGAN.
Drugs ! Drugs !
THE undersigned returns his *thanks to
the citizens of Navarro county for the
liberal patronage heretofore extended to
him, and hopés by close attention to tl
wants of bis customers, to merit a continu-
arice of tbe same in future. He will keep
constantly en band a large and well select-
ed stock of
Dhigs, -Medicines, Perfumery,
Paints, Oila, Vsffnishqg,
and Dye stuffs,
3Iáir,i aíl, paint, and white wash brushes;
Pure wines and brandies, for medicinal
Trusses^shoulder-braces and toilet articles;
Pens and ink; letter, note, cjíp and bill
Cigars, tobacco, snuff, and all tbe tnost
jrt!ysician&' prescriptions^arefqlly com
poinded of pur® drugs, at VI boors, by
W. R. Powers or
«.lSfrf T. N. CARTER.
their old customers, and the
community generally, that they are
now receiving their fine and large assort
Fall & Winter
comprising, among many other things, the
HURRAH FOR THJE
JUiscell a n eons.
Flats for ladies, misses, men and boys;
fine bonnets,silk mantles and dusters,
bareges, for veils and*dresses;
silks, fiorence, foujafd, poul
de soie; Gros de Rhine;
• ^black and colored
c h a 11 i e s ;
organd i e s;
• muslins ; jaconet
and'organdie robes, la-
lutestring, velvet and trimming
rf&bons, fringes, jaconét bands, head
dresses, lace vajjs, fancy silk belts, colognes,
' etc , etc., etc.
liquors preserved fruits, bran •
of every kind, both of French
lerican preparation, porter, ale,
ousters, Ac. lie has large ad di-
to his present Aock on the way up
frtfm Houston,which will render bis assort-
ment one of the most complete in theupper
country, and he pledges himself to sell th#
" Ckeap m the Cheapest."
Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.
MR. and Mrs. MePHAILL are at their old
stand, where they will be happy to en
tertain their old friends and the travelings
niabed nihh-th'i <>nal -tfoé country affords. A
good stable is attached to the hotel, and
good ostler and plenty of corn and fodder.
Priees as usual. With these assurances, gen
"ttemen and ladies, are you willing to zive us
a rail ? n!2y
IS hotel is now fit Led up in a neat and
comfortable style, for the accommodation
.he public. The proprietor has engagedin
the business with a determination to please
all who may favor him with their patronage.
JeÜA t'hlfgffr ehfll 1 be a* moderate a* any other
hotel of equal merit. Travelers' horses shall
positively be well attended to. Give him
trial and judge for yourself
aly VJr J. R. WILLIAMSON.
Ready made coats,
vests of various fabrics ;
Marsailles, Unen and che:k shirts,
Boots and shoes,
~ "and every article
/appertaining to a
. f wardrobe, from
A GREAT VARIETY OF
• books and stationery,
etc., etc., etc.,
A fi|51 and cnmpUte pssorlrnent of _
2 Fairfieldy .
'nown formerly as the Walker House
TAVING taken charge of this populai
Hotel, would solicit a liberal patron
age of the public. It will be his aim to
give genera! satisfaction. The large and
excellent stable, connected with this hotel
will b« well attended to. Buggies, Iloises
and hacks kept to hire. n23
C'hatflfld Steam l loiirittf
THE undersigned would respectfully in
formathe citizens of Navarro ajxi aii
joining counties, that the above mills ar-
now io complete rutming order, with a ca
pacity for grinding two hundred and fift\
(250) bushels of wheat a day. The mill-
are supplied wfth the greatest aluindanct
of water during the dryest se;isóns. ('us
tomers mrfj- therefore rely upon getting
grinding done at any time.
Corn meal and Hour oil hand anil foi
sa'o at all times.
E. S. BELL k CO.
Cjiatfield. JnW 14. 180Q.n.34tf __
J. B. Iiíallahcr,
WH01,KSAI K dealer in Groceries, Dry
Clothing, Hats, Bitot* and Shoes
fuppUí's. l'íigfíing nn«l Hope.
Olnstttfure, Paints" (Ills.
etc., always kept on liaDd.
Which, added to a large and well selected
assortment previously on hand, will enable
us to supply all demands in our line ; and
we are determined not to be surpassed by
any in tbe
OF OUR GOODS.
Wool, cotton, hides, and country pr
duce generally bought, and the highest
market price paid for same.
Returning our tiiank> for former favois,
we again solicit the patronage so liberally
IteMowed in the past; promising, as here-
tofore, our fcstrflor'.s to give satisfaction.
We earnestly cali on our friends .to
settle up their indebtedness to us, as we
are desirous of settling ob^nutstanding
A fttfCIlAEL & BHO.
becomes an independent Re-
J. A. Oakes
would inform the people of Navarro coun-
ty, and vicinity, that be has just returned
from New "?ork with the largest and most
varied assortment of
FA LL & WINTER
eveiyn Corsicana, which he wishes it DIS
TINCTLY understood he purchased to sell
Cheap to prompt cus-
In bis staple department he has a great
Bleached and Brown Domestics;
Lowells and Stripes ¿
Brown and Bleached Linen ;
Irish Linens ;
Curtain and Table Damask ;
Cloths and cashmeres ;
French Ginghams ;
Bleached and brown shirting3;
Dress Goods at the lowest prices ;
Silk dress Goods;
Merinos ; Pllids ; Poplins ;
Black silks of unsurpassed-quality ;
Dress Trimmings ; Laces ;
Cloaks and scarfs;
Shawls of any pattern ;
Linen Edges ; collars ;
Lace mitts; Flouncing;
Hosiery and Gloves in endless variety
Ready made Clothing.
•A very large stock at the very lowest
jHa«omc and Odd Fellows
MALE AND FEMALE SIG® SCHOOL,
at 'Chalfield's Point.
MR. C. M. LIMBECKER,
PRINCIPAL MALE department.
MISS MARY A. STEINHOUR,
r"|^HE trustees take pleasure in calling the
JL attention of the public to this school,
the cxercises of which will be resumed on
Monday, the 7th day of January, 1861, under
the supervision of Mr. C. M. Limbecker and
Miss M. A. Steinhour. The former is a grad
uate of the Belhany Institute, S. C. The
latter was formerly engaged in the Female
Department of Baylor University as one of
the efficient corps of teachers.
The school rooms are new and spacious.
The location is in a high, healthy region of
country, entirely free from all lo cal causes
for disease, and the society in the neighbor-
hood unsurpassed. Convenient board at from
$8 to $10 per month.
Students will b.e charged from time of en-
trance to close of session. No deduction ex
cept in case of protracted sickness.
First session will consist of five months.
Hates of Tuition.—Primary classes, includ-
ing Spelling, Reading and Writing, f 10 per
Secondary classes, including Arithmetic,
Geography, English and-History, $12.50 per
Junior classes, including Natural Philoso-
phy, Composition, Moral and Intellectual
Philosophy, Botany, Astronomy, Geometry
and Surveying, $15.00 per session.
Senior classes, including Rhetoric, Logjc,
Chemistry, with Latin, Greek, French, and
Geiman Languages, $20 per- session.
Ornamental department,drawing and paint-
ing, in water colors, $10 per s ssion. Music
on Piano $25 per session ; uge of instrument,
$^ñ0per session. Contingent expenses, one
dollar per session..
J. Clayton, L. L. Bart'lett, .
A.."Qr. Hervey, E. Jeffers,
^ B. F. Lisman, 14
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters
THESE MEDICINES have now been before
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 disease to
which the human frame is liable*
fl The following are among the- distressing
® kvariety of human diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to he infallible.
Dyspepsia, by thoroughly cleansing t.he first
and second stomachs, and creat ing a flow of
pure, healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind; Flatulency, Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn. Headache, Restlessness, Ill-Tem-
per, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural corssquenee ot its cure.
Costiveness, by cleai siag the whole length
of the intestines with a solvent prflfefcss, and
without violence; all violent purges leave
the bowels costive within two days.
Fevers of all kinds, by restoring the blood
to a regular circulatiob, through the process
of respiration in such cases, and the thorough
solution of all intestinal obstruction in oth
In endless c:.taIogue.
HARD W ARS, iUSSTOI
In this department he has
that can be asked for, which
be will sell
of th« best iu arufaetuie, to suit alistas
'Hats and Caps,
For both men and boys, at all prices.
Chewing and smoking, of every grade com
prising tb'e best quality.
T I N W A R E
lie desires every person, both young and
old, to call and see what bargains he will
ofler, before purchasing elsewhere. Oblig-
ing clerks always on hand, nis motto is
'LARGS SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.7
Call and examine lor yourselves.
Country produce, dry hides, &c., taken
jn exchange for goods, and the highest
market pricr paid.
Corsicana, Nov. 30, ]8G0.
The Life Medicines have been known to
cure Rheumatism permanently in three weeks,
and Gout in half that time, by removing lo-
cal inflammation from the muscles anci 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 Gravel.
Also worms, by dislodging from the turn-
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which
Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate sores, by
the perfect purúy 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 complaints sallow, 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.
Files.—The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was curcd 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 he
found a safe, speedy, and a certain remedy.
Other Medicines leave the systo.ni subject to
a return of the digAase—* cure by these Med-
- icixiesi -rMrr"UÉÍcnt—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 form, yields to the mild yet power-
ful action of these remarkable Medicines.
NigHt Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous
complaints of all kinj|p, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painter's Colie, 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,
835 Broadway, New York.
For sale by all Druggists.
Cotton Factors, General Commission and For'
warding Merchants, and Wholesale Grocers,
NAVISOTO, DEPOT, TEXAS.
pr ai arge lot of Moore's $30 Sewing ma-
chines on hand.
References—Horrell, Gayle A Co., New
Orleans; Rev. J. W. Sliipman, Galveston; Pee
& Dumble, W. J. Hutehins, Houston ; Browl
«fe McMillan,Washington; T. <fe S. Gibbs.Huntn
ville ; Down8<feSon, Rev. R. Alexander, Waco
E. W. Cawthon, Anderson ; R. A. Van Horn-
a. whitaker. r. wiiitaker. c. whitakkr.
A. WIIITAKER & CO.,
COTTON and WOOL Factors, and whole
sale dealers in Fancy and Staple Groce
ríes, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes
Hardware, Woodware, etc., Houston, Texas
AKI §TRONO A, BROTHER'S
GREAT SOUTHERN BOOKSTORE
And Wholesale Paper Warehouse,
Strand street, Galveston.
PWARDS of ten thousand volumes of
new and interesting hot>ks, in every de
partment of literature, recently received by
Armstrong ifc Brother.
Two thousand splendid pi#ures, oil and
pastel paintings, engravings, lithographs,and
prints for Grecian paintings, at Armstrong <fe
One Thousand Stereoscopic Views of cities,
landscapes, buildings,in Europe and America.
Comic, social and theatrical groupes, Niagara
Falls, <fec., at from $2 50 to $30 a dozen.
Splendid Stereoscopes, in malachite, papier
mache and pearl, rosewood, mahogony and
leather, at from 75 cents to $50 each. No
parlor should be without one.
Bridal and Birthday Presents.—Rich toilet
sets, vases, caskets, jewel stands, pearl head
dress combs, bracelets, silver, pearl and al-
Card cases and portmonies, cigar stands and
desks, in papier mache, Rosewood, mahogony.
morocco, <fec., at Armstrong «fe Brother's,
Superb Gift Books, Annuals for 1860, albums
prayer books, bibles, and all the celebrated
poetical and historical works, bound in vel-
vet, morocco antique and papier mache. Pres-
ents suitable to every purse and person at
Armstrong <fc Brother's.
Law Books—We are agents of nearly all
the law publishing houses in the United
States. We keep on hand one of the most
complete lists of laV books in the south, ad-
dress Armstrong «fe Brother. •
The Largest Stock of Blank Books in the State
Embracing every style, variety and quality.
We would invite tbe special attention of
county clerks to our countt records, record
aper.—Our stock embraces every variety
of paper made, from the finest French and
English wedding note] apersto common straw
Printing Paper.—All sizes, at New York
prices, transportation charges only excepted.
Bronzes. — Crimson, Gold,- silver, yellow
and other shades.
JMank Cards of every variety, and quality.
Envelopes in every variety.
Perfumery Goods, at wholesale only, at-
manufacturer's card price?. Brushes of al'
descriptions, combs, etc.
Fíanos.—Weber and Chickering'sCelebrat-
ed pianos. For sale verv low at
n!7y ARMSTRONG A BROTHER'S.
Charter Oak. Cooking Stoves
Por Sale in Fairfield.
COMPLEttE variety of the best and
most lasting cooking and parlor stoves;
copper, tin, and sheet iron ware ; spouting,
guttering, rooting, and all kinds of work can
be liad at the shortest pMsible notic
Terms cash, or town Acceptance. Shop
north west side public equlre.
C. H.; JOHNS.
Ely Fairfield, Texas.
FRjurcis n. •ALLEJV'S
Wholesale and Retail J2ooky Stationery,
and Music Store, Newspaper and
Periodical Depot, Market
street, (Next door to
the Post office,)
THE subscriber having added to his previ
ously lai-6e assortment,the entire stock
of Books of Jones, Rqpt «fe Co., (late J. M
Jones,) is prepare^to fill all orders pertain-
ing legitimately to the Book and Stationery
Miscellaneous Books.-—Embracing a large,
well selected stock ofJStandard and Popular-
historical, law, medicaid theological, agricul
tural, poetical, biographical, miscellaneous,
fiction, romance, masonic, phrenological, do-
mestic, economy, voyages, travels, «fee. New
publications by every steamer.
School Books and Stationery,-The most com-
plete stock in the State.
Classics aitd Langvages. — Latin, Greek,
Spanish, French and German.
Blank Books.—Half and full hound, of all
sizes and varieties,
Paper.—The celebrated Windsor and Clif
ton mills premium papers comprising a series
of caps, letters, baths, notes, commercial,
packet, legal, blotting and bilL Also, a full
assortment of fancy, cream laid, .mourning,
colored, tissue, drawing, gold, silver, post
office, wrapping, and cotton sampling paper,
<kc., «fee. *
Envelopes.- -Buff, white and canary, linen,
parchment, post office, colored, ball, emble-
.matic,mourning, embossed,wedding and fancy.
Cards.— Visiting, wedding, enameled, Bris-
tol board, mourning, tinted, embossed and
Pocket Diaries for 1860.—Forty four differ
ent kinds. *
Stcrcoscopcs and Views.—Foreign and db
Music and JlTusic Books.—A large assort-
ment of the standard music of the day.
Gold Pens.—In silver eases and desk hold
ers. Warranted in ev^ry particular.
Steel Pens.— Gillot's, Amalgam, Albata,
Chess Men.—Ivory, ebony, rosewood, box
wood, and bone. Chéas. harVr—fnfnnn and
chequer boards, ^ni •
Albums.-—'©Tnurent siá&s and styles of bind
vitj^fThanufactured of superfine paper, assort-
ed colors and illustrated.
Standard Poets.—Pocket 12mo. and royal
Bibles.-All sizes and m all styles of binding.
Prayer Books.— A large variety, Episcopal
and Catholic, together with denominational
hymn books generally.
Juvenile and Toy Books, for tfee "little ones
at home," of all varieties, sizes, styles and
colors. Also printed on linen!
Yoakum's History of Texas, from the first
settlement, in 1685, to annexation, in 1846;
with portraits, maps and plana. Also, «a ex-
tended appendix. 2 vols., 8vo* 1050 pages,
strongly bound in sheep. Sent by mail, free
of postage, for $5.
A General Variety of Stock, comprising,
among others, the following leading articles:
Almanacs, bills of lading, blotting paper,sand
composition and copy books, chalk, crayons,
cash boxes, eard cases, dominos, expeditious
calculators, engravings, inks, (black, blue,
red and blue-black,) ink stands and erasers,
India rubber and bands, indellible ink and
pencils, ivory folders, India ink, ivory tablets,
lead pencils, (of all colors,) mucilage, pen-
holders, prints, portfolios, portmonies, pocket
books, purses, pictures, perforated board,pen
and pocket knives, pencil lead®, quills, quill
pens, rulers, ready reckonew, reference files,
sealing wax, song books, scrap books, slates
and slate pencils, sand boxes, Time books,
transparent slates, wafers, wallets, writing
desks, «fee., «fee., with thousands of things too
numerous to mention.
Cheap Publications.—Tbe most extensive
and varied stock of light literature to be
found in the State. Tüe subscriber would
respectfully invite country dealers and stran-
gers generally to examine his stock before
proceeding to New Orleans, as he is confident
he can undersel that market easily.
Books Sent by Mail.—All orders promply
attended to, and books forwarded by mail,
free of postage, on reception of advertised
Magazines and Newspaper Subscription
received, or single copies for sale, of th
leading magazines and literary newspapers
the day. FRANCIS D. ALLEN.o
Galveston, Texas, March, 1860. nl3y
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
TEIE un^rsigned having established
biraself i¿L Corsicana, offers for sale,
a choice Jot of
of the most approved styles and pattern^.
He is well prepared to manufacture cab-
inet work in ail £s Various branches, as
well as doors, 6ash, and blinds. He guar-
antees satisfaction in all cases. Those
wishing to supply* themselves would do
well to give him a trial.
43T Shop in frost of Mr. Jobn Bright's
To Be$£ Eaters.
PERSONS desirjrifc of purchasing BEEE,
eifeher by rttail¿quarte¿, half or whole
beef, can be accommodated l>y giving the^
undersigned a call, f
n49tf * J. F, ERWIN.
a _ — *
E. DRA1VB. DENTIST,.
TWELVE "nines sóúth-east of Corsi-
(6,* returns his thanks to
}8 of this and adjacent
itronage, and will be
hose who may uaéd his .
in town can be left with
: Store. " n!3
counties for past
pleased to work for
services. All orders
Dr. Carter, at the 1
COL. J. B. HA]
THE proprietor wl
the traveling pu|
hotel is still open fq
those who may favoj
age. His table wil
with the best the
public generally, toj
He has^ attached,
plied with plenty <
and attentive ostler
dd respectfully inform
lie that this tfftil known
the accommodation of
tim with their patron-
,t all times, be provided
;ry affords, and he re-
old friends, and the
¡ve him a call.
good stable, well sup-
teaching a school c
March, 1861, *t heri
five months. She o|
phy, Reading, Penm<
raphv, and English (
per scholar each ml
deducted from the
until its close, excej
illness. She tendc
patrons, and hopes t¿
•Tan. SO, 1860.
iforms the citizens of
she wiH commence
the first Moi4ay in
•esidence.-for a term of
■re to teach OrthogrA-
>bip, Arithmetic, Geog-
amuiar, for two dollars
ith. No time will be
of entering school
in eases of protracted
thanks to her former
lerit a continuance.
The Largest Paper in ¿he Slate.
Weekly, three dollars,¡invariably in advance
Trf-Wt'okly, eight dollars,/" ". "
IT is iiow umversaHy acknowledged that
the various issues oCthis paper reaeh near-
ly everv town in Texas with the latest newa,
FROM ONE TO THREB DAYS IN ADVANCE
OF ALL 01 Hbn PAPBRS> This the publish-
er has been enabled to ^accomplish by aid of
the electric telegraph from Galveston to Hous-
ton, by which he is placed in possession of in-
telligence in advance of the mail. He is de-
termined, regardless of ekpense,Vthat th ¿"read-
ers of the Telegraph shall be first posted in"
all important intelligence. Whenever any-
thing important is re:eiv*-d between the day *
of publication of the Tri-^Veekly, ifri? *)wnys
issued in an Extra and %flht to all Tri Weekly
subscribers by mail, t ■ m
The paper is also devoted to the Dissemina-
tion of Intelligence regarding this great State,
to Railroads, to Commerce, to Home Manufac-
tures, to Agiiculture, to kducation, to -be
Encouragement of a higlymoral tone in the
Community, to the Wants and 2ndepen4<~f<:*
of the People, to State Kights Democracy, to
whatever may be of advantage to tffc South,
Its corps of con cspoiidents is now
where regarded as unsurpassed by that of in
other paper in the country : comprising the
wise, the witfy, the grave, the gay, thv states-
men of acknowledged standing and scholars
of exalted attainments.
• The publisher pays more money fW1 cbrpes
pondence and telegraphing, than it costs to
support many papers of .the Ütate. He j
termined to merit the assarance
his patrons that it is "THE BI
TEXAS;" and moreover, to inn
that can bit t*ae
Address, E..II: CI
Editor and Proprietor, Hons
The Charlea to ii Mercury.
A Political, Commercial and. Literary News-
paper, published daily and tri-wtA-ly.
THE Mercury represents "the State Right
Resistance element in the South. Its
political creed consists in the principles of
the Democratic Party, as laid down in íhe
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798
and 1799—the Sovereignty'of the States, and
Strict Construction of the Federal Constitu-
tion by -thé General Government, tbe Agent
of the States ; Free Trad*, and an Economic-
al Administration of the General Government.
Its policy is the union of tbe Southern f
in maintaining their rights aud est
The Mercury gives daily reports of,
and Marine Intelligence óf Charleston and *f
Charleston Commerce in the leading seaports
of the world. A connection with the "Asso-
ciated Press" insures the latest intelligence
by Telegraph and the earliest news bv Steam-
ers from Europe* It has an able an¿
No I> ray age oil Cotton.
"OM and after this date all cotton con-
U' o. " usfor8ale, wil I be received
free of draya^ .
HENRY Sa - "n--
July 1st, 18f>0. -n33 Houston, Tesa .
pi i shed correspondent in Lpadon (a gentle-,
man connected with the editorial staff of the
London Times), and regular Correspondents
in New^ York, a shington, New Orleans, Ker
Wefet and Havana. The monthly New Yerk
Fashion Letters are an additional
in favor of lady readers. Its literary
from the pen of a gentleman who o<
the highest position among the li
men of the Sooth, are discriminating an<\
comprehensive. Attention is paid to aH mat-
ters of general concern, especially iho e in
reference to the Sonth, the Planting ani Ag-
ricultural interests, and to tfle cur. ent news
of the day. Great care is taken tbat nothing
shall appear in,its columns which should ha
excluded from_the family circle.
TERMS—CA8H IN ADVANCE
Daily, per annum, - - $10 00
Tri-Weekly, ... 5 W
. , CLUBS.
Five copies of the Daily for #40 00
Fi.e copies of4the Tri-Weekly, 20 00
The name of no person out of
will be entered on our books, unless the]
ment of the subscription ha made in i
fg" Postmasters are authorised to act *S
our Agents in obtaining subscribers and for*
warding the money ; and may retain Twenty
per cent, of full prices for their trouble.
Iff" Editors in the State and throughout
the South, who receive oar Tri-Weekly for
their Weekly, are respect
compensate us for the differ
inserting this Prospectus.^
No. 4 Broad Street,
is value bj
festón, 6. C,
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Neblett, William H. The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 13, 1861, newspaper, March 13, 1861; Corsicana, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179287/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.