The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 27, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1861 Page: 4 of 4
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New Goods !
IT A.KE thtS method of returning my thanks
to the citizens of Navarro ami adjoining
counties, for their very liberul patronage,
and hope to merit and receive their favors
in the future. I can be found i t. my old
staad engaged, as heretofore, in the man-
ufacture of ,
Sitfdles and Saddle-Trees!
and every other article in my line. Qn
hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees,
Harness, Bridles, and all articles usually
kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with
neatness aad despatch.
nirt a L JERNIGAN.
, r f ♦
E. W. BURROW
II A.S just received a large and well seleced
s'c^kof new and fresh
Staple and Fancy
constiug 'Jn part of coffet,
-preserved ind brandied fruits, ale, poiter,
. 'tf '• f*- • . 5^1 -
«very variety of liquor*, cheese, cracker®,
confectionery, and all article?
usually found in a grocery aad family pro
> which aro betng sold low fur
. ¿S0 ? .'"i.- ■ ' I ' .£*'" ' *•
ÍW ktofc# a * M.
C. MOSS tenders his thanks to .lis
I ukl friends and customers, and the
public generally, fur the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to liiin, inu would in-
(min them llwit the business heretofore
! cuiiducied by liiin will be continued at his
• id stand by the said 11. C. Muss arid
Tl-vi 5. SiYtJiiiman, unjlcr the styly of IJ.
C. \¿5 Co.
\Yt_- ¡l iving bought .our entire stock of
gomU i■ r cash, are able to sell them to
, Minpt customers on as ieasonable terms
a any firm in the county, and so pledge to
do. LJut while we are anxious to sell to good
and prompt customers on as good tei mí-
as has been done heretofore, we respect-
fully warn those who have m<ver paid- the
-aid H. (J. Moss one cení, or but little,
and lhat little after many duns, and much
trouble, to be careful how Iliev ask for
credit before paying what they owe. We
are forced to exclude lhat class of custo
mérs from the necessities of the times.
Goods now can only be bought for cash,
and had we been dependent upon those
to raise money to buy our stock with, we
should have beeu ''awfully wanting." Now,
to those whom we know to be able and.
willing to pay for what they buy when we
call upon thsra to do so, we offer a large
and fiu* assortment of
Spring and Summer
out of wbicn we thiok the most fastidious
may be suited, and of which the following
is a part just received :
Wood and willow-ware,
Cutlery, Nails, castings,
and a great variety of ladies' dress goods.
Fancy Dress Goods, American Prints,
his thanks to
county for the
etofore extended to
close attention to the
to merit a conlinu
in future. _ He will keep
a large and well select-
and Dye stuffs,
and white wash brushes;
and brandies, for medicinal
-braces and toilet. artiel£c
; letter, note, cap and bib
snuff; and all the most
t. medicines of the day.
' prescriptions carefully com
e drugs, at a'l hours, b}
T. N. CARTER.
Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.
ITR. and lira. McPHAILL are at their old
ITJL «taad, where they will be happy to en
tertaiu their old friends and the traveling
public generally, Their table shall be fur
aished with the best the country affords. A
good stabfo ia attached to ,the hotel, and a
good ostler and plenty of corn and fodder.
Prices asuanal. With these assurances, gc-o
tienen and ladies, are you willing to give os
a «all! n 12y
— : : —
Cor ticuna, Tetas.
TUS hotel is aow fitted np in a neat and
confortable style, for the accommodation
•i the pnblie. The proprietor has engaged in
ih« business with a determination to please
all who may favor him with their patronage
His charges «hall be as moderate as any other
hotel of equal merit. Travelers' horses shall
positively be well attended to. Give him a
trial and judge for yourself.
aljr J. R. WILLIAMSON.
Attorney at Law,
\ T^ILL practice in the 13th and surround-
V t ing Judicial Districts, and in the Su-
pro.ne Court at Austin. n39y
It. Q. MILLS. J. L. HA.LBEKT.
Mills &, II albert,
Attorneys at Law,
Navarro county, Texas. 16
7 vTitikler & Sweatuiaiij *
•* attorneys.at law,
Navarro county, Texas. *
j ^ O*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Corsicana, Navarro Co„ Texas.
WILL practice in the Courts of the 13th
and IGth Judicial districts. Will also
¿ive especial attention to the collection of
claims, the investigation of land titles, and
all husiness pertaining to his profession. *2
L. T. WHEELKB.
Croft & Wheelcr?
Attorneys and Counselor a at Law.
PRACTICE in the counties of Navarro,Hill.
Limestone,freestone, Ellis, Kaufman and
Henderson, and in the Supreme Court at Aus-
tin. Collections made in any part oT the
and everything else that ladies may desire.
Consisting of coats, Pants,Vests, Shirts,
flats, Boots, a great variety of the very
latest sty loa.
n. C. MOSS &X0.
W. NT. Kcblctt,
ASS©8.S?3¥ AS Uff,
Corsicana, Navarro county, Texas,
WILL attend to all bnsiness entrusted te
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
.landi and perfecting land titles. / n8y
J. T. Spence,
•Attorney at Laic,# General Land
Corsicana, Navarro county, Texas.
WILL attend to all business entrusted to
his care promptly. Money collected
in any part of the State. He refers, by per-
Hon. H. A. Wise, ex-Gov. of Va.; Hon. J.
Íl. Stewart, M. C., Md.; Hon. J. D. Jones, Md.;
fudge T. A. Spence, Md. nlS-y
/? I A ACRES of land on Brier Creek, "4
O tw miles N. W, from Corsicana, upon
which is enclosed 80 acres of land : alio a
double log dwelling house, and several out
houses; or my residence in Corsicana.
fuga WM. H. NEBLETT.
(Known formerly as the Walker House )
TfAYlKQ taken charge of this populat
XI Hotel, would solieit a liberal patron
age of the public. It will be his aim to
give general satisfaction. The large and
«xeellent stable, connected with this hotel
wiH ho well attended to. Buggies, Horse*
sadhaekshept to hire. n23
Chatfield Steam Flouring
TnE undersigned would respectfully in
form tbe citizens of Navarro and ad-
joining counties, that tbe above mills art
aow id complete runuin'g order, willi a ca
pacity for griuding two hundred and tifiv
(250) bushels of wheat a day. mifi
aro Mippliod with the greatest ahuu-ianr
gf «rater during Ute dry est seafoim. Cu-
turner* may therefore reh upon getti: *
¿riadiug done at any
Coro meal and ¿..yi n í-^r J -.u I fut
•alo at all times.
K h. HVLL a CO.
Chatfiel*;, T„}y 14 i'b V .' uii4tf
J. A. (callalii'rj
WHOf/ A .K ia <h-uv«r:es. Pry
Goode, Clothing. Us:«, Uorts ai d .Shoe*
Idantatioa Supplier, B.igjrmg ntid liope*
isrdware,Croek«ry, fílaarw'ar '. Ptkin?s_ O'.ls
•fe^ Congrtsi Si~*«i, Isjcu.
New Drug Store.
I HAVE just purchased from the best
house in the United States, a large aad
flft splendid assortment of
Lttvgty V v
&C., (fcc., iff
which I will «ell cheap for cash, and casii
only. Now, I want it distinctly understood
that I do not credit anybody, rich or poor,
noble or ignoble, and don't ask lor it for you
wou't get it.
Jan, 23,n9 N. J. MILLS.
J. R. Loughridge,
Attorney at Law,
CORSICA]* A, TEXAS.
V\TILL promptly attend to business entrust -
TV ed to his care in countics of the 13 th
Judicial District, in Couvt.of Claims and Su-
preme Court at Austin.
As Agent, he will sell the following named
tracts of land. Titles good. The laud is as
rich ^8 arybodi/s, vi?.:
2000 acres, Buffalo Bayou B. «fe C. Railway
Company, Mountain Creek, Ellis county.
2á'''2¿ acres, hcradright Joseph Stewart,Moun-
tain Creek, Ellis county.
4R0 acres, head right.
190 acres, headlight McKinney «fe Williams,
Mountain Creek, Ellis county.
C-iO acres, headlight Alsey Douglas, Cham-
bers' creek, Ellis county.
320 acres, headright William Wallace, Cham
hers' creek, Ellis county,
tuft acres, headright Elizabeth Hamilton, Mi1 ■
creek, Ellis county*
1H0 acres, Reuben Quinn, Cummins' cree
671J acres, John Chamble, Mountain Cree
<541 acres, headright Ira N. Green, Richland
an l Mill creek, Eliis county.
900 a^res, headright Mr3. Lewis, Navarro eo.
1700 acres, Henderson co,
MO acres, headright Charles Merlin,Chamber,
creek, Ellis county.
Ur. 1>. €f. Kerr,
r>EING permanently located in Corsicana,
y still coutinues offering his servics in the
pructiee of medicine, obstetrics and surgery,
ile feels thankful for the patronage heretofore
bestowed, and hopes by close attention to his
profession to merit a continuance of the same.
A select stock of medicine always on hand.
Office ut >I.i stand. *nl
LETTERS of administration on the es
tate of Axum Dunn, deceased, having
beeu granted to, the undersigned at the
February Terra, of the Honorable County
CourUof Navarro county,
Tbie is to natify all persons indebted to
-.«id estate, to make payment, and person*
holding claims against said estate to pre
<ent the same within the time required by
Feb. 27th, 18G1.—nl4 6t
TI1E iioni: CIRCLE.
AJklONTllLY -periodical, devoted to Reli
gion and Lite) ature, will be published
bv J* B. M'F'EIIRIN, fetshville,Term., for the
Metht dist Episcopal Ch«roh^Soiith, at |2 per
annum, strictly in aduwice. Each number
will contain 64 pages, super-royal octavo,
printed in superb style on fine calendered pa-
per, and embellished with one or more engra-
vings. The matter will be mainly original,
and of the best kind.
'ihe numbers will be stereotyped, and back
numbers can be furnished whenever called
Accounts will hereafter he kept with (rav-
elling preachers and other agents, aril not
with subscribers. Agents may relain 40 cents
out of each subscription ; that it, -¿u p«r cent.
Kuhseriptions and business communications
«houtd be addresse«l to J. B. M'FEIU.IN,
\gent; contributions, and letters pertaining
o the literary management of the work,to L
I . HUSTON, F'ditor.
J allies Ta I ley,
WhtJ exalt and He tail (Jrocer, and Dealer i.i
arllAS now on hand, and is receiving,
j a large supply of FANCY and STÁ-
■ 1'LE GHOCERIES- which he offcis
at the lowest market price fcr CASH.
Corsicana, October ¿9, l'85í>.
/^f^TIIE house formerly occupied by J. T
l itil C'vruí. Apply to
u7 ct J. L. IlALBEIiT.
l>r. W. J. Liove.
HAVING located permanently in Corsi-
can*. respectfully tenders his profes-
sional servit.-e to the citizens of the town
and surrounding country. Having been en-
gaged in an extensive practice for seven
years in this Si ate, he flatters himself he can
give satisfaction in any branch of his pro-
fession. Office, at present in W, M. Love's
store. Nov. 23-n 12vy
I. C. Spence,
Concrete Buildings, Commerce Street,
OPPOSITE C. Ennis <fe Co., and in front of
the steamboat landing, is now opening,
and will keep on hand a well selected stock
of general merchantdise, consisting of :
Fancy and staple dry goods,boots and shoes,
hats and caps, hardware, wood and wiilow-
ware, fancy and staple groceries, clothing
and gent.einen's furnishing goods, hosijry,
\ ankee notions and Jewelry, which he will
sell at small profit for cash, cotton, wool and
hides. He respectfully solicits all his friends
and the public generally to call and examine
his stock, lie will also sell or ship cotton
or wool for his friends. n49y
LORSlUASA, TEXAS. €
v ^HAVING located permanently in
Corsicana, offers his services to
the citizens of the town and
W ■ surrounding country. Guns or
pistols n ade or repaird on short notice. All
work warranted. n9y
lUU.IITtJilL ! FlIMilliRJC *
THE undersigned having established
oilers for sale
himself in ^brsicaua,
a choice I6t of
uf the moht approved styles and pntterns.
He is well prepared to mauufac'/ire cab-
inet work iu all its various branches, as
well as doors, sash, and blinds, lie guar-
antees satisfaction in all case?. Those
wishing to supply themselves would do
well to give him a trial.
S&r Shop in front of Mr. John Blight's
Aug. 31. —4ltf J. WAGNEFV
Masonic and Odd Fellows
MALE AND FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL,
at ChatfieUVs Point.
MR. C. M. LIMBECKER,
PR I S t IP At MALK DEPARTMENT.
MISS MARY A. STEIN HOUR,
rl^HE trustees take pleasure in calling the
X attention of the public to this school,
the exercises of which will be resumed on
Monday, the 7th day of January, 1861, under
the supervision of Mr. C. M. Limbjcker and
Miss M. A. Steinhour. The former is a grad
uate of the Bethany 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 tho society in the neighbor-
hood unsurpassed. Convenient board at from
$8 to $10 per month.
Students will be 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.
Rates of Tuition.—Primary classes, includ-
ing Spelling, Reading and Writing, $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, Logic,
Chemistry, with Latin, Greek, French, and
Geiman Languages, $20 per session.
Ornamental department,drawing and paint-
ing, in water colors, $10 per s tssion. Music
on Piano $25 per session ; use of instrument,
$2.50 per session. Contingent expenses, one
dollar per session.
TR USTEES :
J. A. Cl.AYTON, L. L. Uartlett,
A. G. LLehvey, E. jEFFr.Ks,
B. F. Lisman, 14
ARMS TRONO & BROTHERS
GREAT SOUTHERN BOOKSTORE*
And Wholesale Paper Warehouse,
Strand street, Galveston.
PWARDS of ten thousand volumes ot
new and interesting books, in every e
partment of literature, recently received by
Armstrong & Brother.
Two thousand splendidl^ictures, oil and
pastel paintings, engraviniSlithographs.and
prints for Grecian paintings,%t Armstrong &
oxk thousano stereoscopic views of cities,
landscapes, buildings,in Europe and America.
Comic, social and theatrical groupes, Niagara
Falls, «fee., 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 $50 each. iVo
parlor should be without one.
Bridal and Birthday Presents.—R i eh toilet
sets, vases, caskets, jewel stands, pearl head
dress combs', bracelets, silver, pearl and al-
Card cases and portmonies, cigar stands and
desks, in papier mache, Rosewood, mahogony,
morocco, «fee., at Armstrong <h Brother's,
Superb Gift Books, Annuals for 1860, albums
prayer books, bibles, and all the celebrated
poetical and historical works, bound in vel-
vet, morocco antique and papier mache. Pres-
ents suitable to e$ery purse and person at
Law Books.—We*are agents of nearly all
the law publishinA houses in the United
States. We keep on* hand one of the most
complete lists of law-books in the south, ad-
dress Armstrong & Br\iher.
The Largest Stock of jLUtnk Books in the State
Embracing every sty^A variety and quality.
We would invite tb^special attention of
county oleres to our c%xyr records, record
paper; Ac. I
Taper.—Our stock eQiUraces every variety
of paper made, from the finest French and
English wedding note j apers to common straw
A RARE CIIAtfCJG !
| WISH TO SELL MY FARM, 10 miles
south of Corsicaua, on the lower Fairfield
Life Pills and pirocuíx. 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*
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 tbe first
and second stomaehs, and creating a flow of
pure, healthy bile, instead ot 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 consequence ot its cure.
Costiveness, by clear.sing 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 all kinds, by restoring the blood
to a^-egular 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, by removing lo-
cal inflammation from the muscles and 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 h^ive ever been í'ou ni 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 puri„y which these Life iiediciues
give to the blood, and all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad eomple^ous,
by their alterative effect upon the fluids tuat
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.
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 Medicine leave tbe system subject to
a return of th^lisease—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 form, 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 Disease*.—Persons whose consti-
tutions have been impaired by the injudicious
find these Medicines a
use of Mercury, will
perfect cure, as they never fail 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,
385 Broadway,^iew York.
For sale by all Druggists.
Spencer & Qlitcliell,
Cotton Factors, General Commission and For*
warding Merchants, and Wholesale Grocers,
NAVISOTO, DEPOT*, TEXAS.
tW A large lot of Moore's $30 Sewing ma-
chines on hand.
Reísrknces—Horrell, Gayle á Co., New
Orleans ; Rev. j. W. Shipman, Galveston; Pee
«si Durable, W. j. Hutchins, Houston ; Brow]
«fc McMillan, Washington; T. <fc S. Gibbs.IIuntn
ville ; Downs <fc Son, Rev. R. Alexander, Waco
E. W. Cawthon, Anderson ; R. A. Van Horn-
A. WULTAKER. R. WHITAKER. C. WJilTAKKB.
A. WIllTAKER & CO.,
OTTON and WOOL Factors, and whole
sale dealers in Fancy and Staple Groce
ries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe
Printing Paper.—All sizes, at New York
prices, transportation charges only excepted,
Brékzes, — Crimson, Gold, silver, yellow
and other Bhades.
Blank Cards of every variety, and quality.
Envelopes in every variety.
Perfumery Goodk, at wholesale ouly, at
manufacturer's card prices. Brushes of all
descriptions, combs, etc.
Pianos.—Weber and Chickering's Celebrat-
ed pianos. For sale very lew at
n!7y ARMSTRONG «fe BROTHER'S.
í fí^.rtis n. l lews
Wholesale anfr Retail Book, Stationery,
and- Musi? Store, Newspaper and
Periodical Depot, Market
slrtéf, (Next door to
THE subscriber having added to his previ-
ously laree flssoitment, the entire stock
of Books of Jondb, Root Co., (tate J. 91
Jones,) is prepared to fill all orcb-rs pertain-
ing legitimately^! the Book and Stationery
business, viz : *
. M18CELLANE0US.B00K8.—Embracing a large,
well selected sto k of Standard and Popular
historical, law, r edical, theological, agi-icul«
tural, poetical, biographical, miscellaneous,
fiction, romance masonic, phrenological, do-
mestic, economy* voyages, travele, «fee. New
publications by §very steamer
plete stock in t
sizes and varieti
ton mills premiu
uf caps, letters
packet, le^al, bl
assortment of fa§ey. cream
efilored, tissue, djfawing,
Stationery-The most coin*
ngvages. — Latin, Greek,
If and full bound, of ¿1!
ebrated Windsor r.nd Clif
papers comprising a st-rie.
ba#tlis, note?, cetTm-.<¿r•.
ting and bill. A¡.««, a í¡ !!
laid, moun ing,
gold, silver, }•;>.<!
id cotton sampling «nape-,
I860.—Forty four differ
12mo. and royal
road, (crossing Richland at Burleson's
bridge). There are 261 acres of land iu
tho tract, about 30 acres under fence, with
dwelling house, smoke house, stable, will,
&c. The place is beautifully situated half
way between Corsicaua and Fairfield, in
the edge of tbe timber and prairie, embrac-
ing about equal portions of each. Tbe
timber growth isshumach, hickory, black-
jack, post oak, dsc.
Pay would be taken in stock, or a rea
sonable credit would be given to a respon-
Apply to Messrs. Ilenry IJ. Eppes, or
E. E. Byrd. about a mile from the premi-
ses, cr the undersigned at this office.
R. A. VAN HORN.
Corsicana, April 10, 1860. tf
To Beef Eaters.
PERSONS desirous of purchasing BEEE,
either by retail, quarter, half or whol 0
beef, can be accommodated by giving the
undersigned a call.
n«tf J. F, ERWIN.
Hitl8boro, Hill county, Tern*.
COL. j. B. HARDIN, PROPRIETOR.
rpUE proprietor would respectfully inform
A the traveling public that this well known
hotel i still open for the accommodation of
those who may-favor him with their patron-
age. Ilis table will, pt nil times, be provided
with the best the country affords, and be re-
spectfully invites his old friends, and the
public generally, to give him a cull.
He has attached a good atable, well sup-
plied with plenty of wholesome provender
and attentive ostlers. j#y
white- and canary, linen,
ice, colored, ball, eintl^
bossed,wedding and fancy
Visiting wedding, enameled, Bríí-
¡joar<¡, mouriitg, tinted, embossed and
Siereoscopcs and f Trtcun.*-Foreign and do
Music and Books.—A large assort-
ment of the 8tanda|-d music cf the. day.
Gold Pens.—In silver cases and desk hold
era. Warranted injevery particular.
Steel Pens.— Gfllot's, Amalgam, Albata.
Washington, etc. i
Chess Men.—Ivcjy, ebony, rocewood, box-
wood, and bone. Chess, backgammon and
chequer boards. •
Albums.—Different sizes and styles of biud
ing; manufactured bf superfine paper, assort-
ed colors and illustr
Bibles.-All sizes afad in all styles of binding
Prayer Books.—At large variety, Episcopal
and Catholic, together with denominational
hymn books generally.
Juvenile and Toy Books, for the "little ones
at home," of all varieties, sizes, styles and
colors. Also printed on linen.
Yoakum's History of Texas, from the fifst
settlement, iu 1685, to annexation, in 1846;
with portraits, maps and plans. Also, an 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, card cases, dominos, expe íltious
calculators, engravings, inks, (black, blue,
red and blue-blAck,) ink stands and erasers,
India rubber and bands, indellible ink and
fienqils, ivory folders, India ink, ivory tablets,
ead pencils, (of all colors,) mucilage, pen-
holders, prints, portfolios, portmonies, pocket
books, purses, pictures, perforated board,pen
and pocket knives, pencil leads, quills, quill
pens, rulerg, ready reckoners, reference riles,
sealing wax, song books, scrap books, slatee
and.*slate pencils, sand boxes, Time books, comprehensive. Attention is paid to al
re, etc., Houston, Texas
Charter Oak Cooking Stoves
For Sale in Jf airfield.
A COMPLETE variety of the best and
most lasting cooking and parlor stoves;
copper, tin, and sheet iron ware ; spouting,
guttering, roofing, and all kinds of work can
be had at the shortest passible notice.
Terms cash, or towu acceptance. Shop
north west side public square.
C. H. JOHNS.
i:ly Fairfield, Texas.
transparent slates, wafers, willets, writing
desks, ¿c., «fee., with thousands of things too
numerous to mention.
Cheap Publications.—The most extensive
and varied stock of light literatave to be
found in the State. The subseriber would
reepsctfully invite cousmr nrAtitrs anfl stran-
gers generally to examine his stock before
Eroceeding to New Orleans, a^ he is confident
ecan undersel tuat market easily.
Bvokt Sent by Mail.—All orders
attended to, and books forwarded by mail,
free of postage, on reception of advertised
Magazines and Newspapers.—Subscription
received, or siugle copies for sale, of th
leading magazines and literary newspapers
ihe day. FRAJsCIS D. ALLEN.o
Quiveston, Texas, March, 1860. nldy
711 BOOST SS TILK&BlPIi
The Largest Paper in the Slate.
Weekly, three dollars, invariably in advance
Trf-Weekly, eight dollars, " *• *•
IT is now universally acknowledged that
the various issues of this paper reach near-
lv every town in Texas, with the latest news,
FROM .ONE TO THREE DA Y8 IN ADVAKCÜ
OF ALL OTHER PAPERS. This tbe publish-
er has been enabled to accomplish by aid of
the electric telegraph from Galveston to Hotr#
ton, by which he Í6 placed in possession of it, -
telligence in advance of the.mail. 11^ is de-
termined, regartlb s;? of expense, that the ri ad-
ers of the Telegraph shall be first posted iu
all important iuU-Jligence. Whenever any-
thing important ¡3 re^eiv -d between thu^vs
of publication of the Tri-Weekly,.it is 4PM 3
issued in an Extra and smt to all Tri-Week ¡y
subscribers by mail,
'1 he paper is abo devoted to the Dissent i na-
tion of tut.ellig<-ii<-e recanting this great State,
■ o Hail road.-*, 10 Cottiimice to Home Maniiítío-
uirer, to Agj iei lturc, to Education, to bo
Encouragement of a high moral tune in the
Community, to the Wants ami ¡iidependet.ee
of the People, to Sta'e Uights Democracy, t.>
whatever maxixi^Ludvantage lo the South,
.fee, «fee. "
Its corps of ^or>^Pp^nfs is now every-
where regarded as unstSrpastcd by that of cny
other paper in the country : comprising the
wise, the witty, the grave, the ga_>, the states-
men of acknowledged standing and scholars
of exalted attainments.
Tho publisher pa)s more money for corres
gondcuee and telcgiaphing, than it costs to
%upport many papers of tbe State. He ia de-
termined to merit the assarance jceeivc-d fruy:
bis patrons.that it is -'THE BEST PAPER IX
TEXAS;" and moreover, to make it the best
lhat c%p be published iu the State.
Aduress, E. II. CUStlliW,
Editor and Proprietor, Houston, Texas.
Tho Charleston Jlt-rcnry.
A Political, Commercial and Literxry
paper, published daily and triweekly.
T11L Mercury represents tbe State itr
Resistance element in the South,
political creed consists in the principles of
the Democratic Party, as laid down iu tb«
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of Iff
and I7a0—the Sovereignty of the States,'
Strict Construction of the Federal Constitu-
tion by the General Government, the Agent
of the States ; Free Trad , and an Economic-
al Administration of the General Government.
Its policy is the union of tbe Southern States
in maintaining their rights and establishing
The Mercury gives daily reports of Markets
and Marine Intelligence of Charleston and of
Charleston Commerce iu the 1<
of the world. A connection with it
oiated Press" ¡usures the latest intelligence
by Telegraph and the earlievt news bv Steam-
ers from Europe- It baa an able and accom-
plished correspondent in London (a gentle-
man connected with the editorial staff of the
London Timet), and regular Correspondents
in New York,a shington, New Orleans, Key
Weat and Havaiia. The monthly New York
Fashion Letters arc an additipnal attraction
iu fa^or of iaüy reiders. Its literary notices
from the pen ef .1 gentlematf who occnpiea
the highest position among the literary
of the South, are discriminating ana
> all mat-
tetb of generai concern, especially those in
reference lo the South, the Planting and Ag-
ricultural interests, aud lo thk cur.ent news
of the day. Great care istafln that nothing
shall appear in its columns Aich should he
excluded b-omj.be family circle.
V. O. O. F.
corsicana lodge, i. o. 0. F
No. t>3, rnaels at their Lodge Room
**Monday evening at 7 o'clock.
Officers: Tuoa. s. swkatman', n. : n. ii.
bwrtkr, v. g.;-w. It. i'owecs, Secretary 'j
W. snja-to , treasurer.
TERMS—CASII IV ADVANCE.
Five copies of the D ly i*j|
Fi.acopies of/hj Tri w«e®>,
Tbe nama of no persufc out ®>f
Daily, per ami um, •
person out 9>f Charleston
will be eiifeOd on oar boek#, unlets the par
ment of the subscription he made in advance,
tr Tost masters ata authorized to act as
our Agents iu obluin:¡ig subscribers aud for-
warding the money: and mayaetaiu Twenlv
per cent, o I lull prices for thdr trouble.
tar Editora in the State and througho ut
the South, who receive our Tri,-Weekly tor
their Weekly, are respectfully requested tc?
compensate us for the difference in value by
inserting this Prospectus.
li B. RHETT, Jr..
No, 4 Bread Street, CbartestoD, S. C,
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Neblett, William H. The Navarro Express (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 27, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1861, newspaper, May 29, 1861; Corsicana, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179298/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.