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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 October 1860

! • >. .. ->?. ■ m Legal JYotices. Citation lotice, No. 589. Wn. tt. Love de Co., vs. J. M. Minter and The Texas to the Sher^f of\ Navarro county—Greeting : WHEREAS, William M. Love and Da ▼id B. Smith, citizens^ of Navarro aod J. L. Wofford, a non-resident of the Sute of Texas, alledgiog, in substance, that on the 14th day of November, 1859, the aai<l Minter and Wofford executed and delivered to Wm. M. Love & Co., a sight •draft on J. C. & B. S. Ricks & Co., for four hundred dollars; that said draft was transferred to Cravens & Gooch by en- dorsement, and by endor«ement from said ■Cravens <fe Gooch to JdcKleroy & Bradford, And that said McKleroy & Bradford, on the 10th day of January, I860, bad said draft duly protested according to law ; that said draft is yet entirely unpaid, and that they are the holders oí said draft * which «aid draft reads in substance as follows, Corsicana, lexas, ) November 14th, 1859.) $400 00 At sight pay to the order o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 October 1860

Drugs, fyc. Musiness JYoUces. T. N. Carter, ®R IfG GIS T, - CORSICANA, TEXAS. SIA.V1 JÍG permanently located in Corsi- II c¿«íH offers to the pulic a splendid as- sortment of WW add genuing I>nij;s, M«U iciaea* Paints, Oils, and DyejSl lifts, -and a general assortment of Fancy Articles for the Tqiiett, a superior article of pore Liquors, for Medicinal purposes, viz : Port ami Ma d«ára Wine, Cognac Brandy, and a supe- rior article of copper distilled W hislty. iti.- stock embraces all the articles of j use in the practiee of medicine, and a vari- ety of remedies not usually found « i i\ltt apper country, consisting in part of Proto Iodine of Alcrcury, Ferri Valerian, Clorat of Zinc, " of Potash, Veratrum Viride, Acetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iron, Citrate of Iron and Quinine, etc., etc. Also a general assortment of the most popular patent medicines., such as : BXPEC TOJR A KTS. AyreY Cherry, Pi ack, .Browning's Balsamic, Wlstar'a Cherry, Woodman' C'jerry, AtlUE REMEDIES. Cologog...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 October 1860

A, VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, dj ¿4= [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. STRAY HORSE ASSOCIATION. According to previous appointment, the members of the Stray Horse Association net «t tbe crossing of White Rock creek, Bill county, on Saturday, the 6th of Oc- tober, 1890. The meeting was called to order by the President, S. J. Foster, Esq., and all those having estraya in their range were requested to report the same to the S«c retary. A considerable number were re ported and read out to the meeting, and quite a number of the members heard of stock that had been gone for some time, a considerable list of those unclaimed will be published in the Navarro Exprés of next week. After which the meeting adjourned to partake of an excellent dinner prepared by the ladies of White Rock aud vicinity, ahd gratuitously teudered to the members ef the Association. At 2 o'clock the Association was called to order by the President, and proceeded to business. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 October 1860

mm 0 EXPRESS ^ ®0, iii adraaf#, HtBLETT, Kdiloi% *• P«CC A R. A. Vmj Horn, b A—opiate Editor . -Z°c ¥Pj°P WttJj the Constitution. OO^SJC4JTA: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, i860. FUJI PRESIDENT. #©JEM* V. #R£CKE*riiID€tF or kentucky. -< ' JTOB VICE-PRESIDENT •JB.V. JOSEPH I^;t c o orkoox. -- - • ' - * ^SISISUIIAL TQflft yBfcctort /or íAe f '^Vj thqs. y ** 'a-te~a( !ar?e- r. <1AV I± graham. w_ Alternates. Tf'o:s. P. AYCOCK. • «¡$0, w. WRIGHT. Ear the Eastern District^ A. T. RAINEY. Alternate. r. mdriíab. For the Western district. john A. wharton. Alternate • roger q. wills. J°hn 9. Jones, Esq., is our authorized Traveling Ageat, to receive and receipt for this office. S. ITarpold, Ifalfard, Ellis county, branca L S t!3?. Hon,. £ m Sheltop, Sub-ElectoT for ti^e 19 J'u licial District, and J. P. Weir Esq? «rift "address the people in advocacy «f Brecfr ,Wr¡d¿e and Lane, at Fort Gra^pi, 22d of October. *MW We have been requested by John \Ji. Jones, Esq., Secretary of tfaa Navarro county Agri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 October 1860

rioía Legal JYotices. SCHOOL NOTICE. T8E seventh session of the Corsicana Female Institute, and the fifth session of the Corsicana Male Seminary, will both open on Monday, the 22d October, 1860. It if important that all the pupils be in on the first day, or during the first week at farthest. J5T" Terms of tuition, «fee, as formerly. N. P. MODRALL. 44 II. II. MOLLOY. Navarro County Estrays. Taken up by John Bart, and posted before A. M. Sloan, J. P., Beat No, 3, about 18 miles east from Corsicana, one strawberry roan liors«, blaze face, white hind feet, 3 years old, 14 fcgnds high, valued at $50. * "Talen ly 2®^ B. Eppa^and posted before L. B. Haynie, J. P., Bent *.9.* >, 16 miles south-east from Corsicana, one flea- bitten gray mare, about 15 hands high, tenor X eleven years old, branded thu3 valued at $50. * Taken up bj Wm. V. Meadow, and ported before J. ¿ Smith, J. P., beat No. 1. aboui 12 miles south east from Ccrsioana, one OX, (jlaok and white pided, marked split and un- in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 October 1860

¿9 Drugs, fyc. T. N. Carter, X> R IfGGI S T, OOKSICANA, TEXAS. H4yi^6 permanently located in Cor-i cana, oífers lo the pulió a splendid as- sortment of now and geuuing Drug?, Med- icines, Paints, Oils, and l>ye Stuffs, and a general assortment of Fancy Articles for the Toiiett, a superior article oí pure Liquors, for Medicinal purposes, viz : Port ami Ma deira Wi% G.ognac brandy, and a sup- rior article of copper distilled Wiii*kv. 11 ir lcck embraces all the articles oí general use in the practice of medicine, and a van «•t-y of remedies not usually found in iht* upper country, consisting in part of : ProtóIodine of Mercury, Fern Valerian, Clorat of Zinc, " of Potash, Yeratrtirn V i ride, Acetate of Mopphine, Citrate of Iron, Citrate of |ron and Quinine, etc., etc. Also a general assortment of the most popular patubt medicines, such as : £¥PECrOItANTd. Acre's Cbfnry, Pinck, Browning's Balsamic, Wistar'a Cherry, Wood map's Cherry, iOCB KKftfBDlES, Osgood'sOpiogogue,Smith's Ton...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 October 1860

;$paia - Vv*fcv .FUBL18HED EVERY SATURDAY - Tern : $9 SO, in advance. m, sjpt- I" xT- m ■ K Hi WW. H, MEBM3TT, Fdilor. J. T. fcpeuce éc. K* A. Van Horn, Awociatv Editors. 'STRAY HORSE ASSOCIATION. According to previous appointment, the linabtn ot the Stray Horse Association Suet at the cíosiing of White Rock creek, ¿iff county, on Saturday, the 6th of Oc teber, I860. The meeting wan called to order by the President, S J. Foster, Esq., and all those having estrays in their rang* were requested to report the saine to the Sec «•tary. A considerable number «era re ported and read out to the meeting, and fuite a number of tho members heard of 5Mock that had been gone for some time, a considerable list of those unclaimed will be published in the Navarro Expreso of next week. After which the meeting adjourned to partake of an excellent dinner prepared by the ladies of White Hick and vicinity, gnd gratuitously tendeleé .to the member* of the Association. At 2 o'clock the-Awóciation was call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 October 1860

R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, IftfiO. ¡NUMBER 48 Machine Poetry- UKVtl WATIIA, A PARODY OS IIIAWATSA. Hare yon heard of Sam'l Houstu n, President Houston, Senator Houston, Home think that he'll be Unc!e Sam, Bat that of course ia all a sham. The Indian's friend, this I am, Talks for Indians; weeps for Indians. &*vb they're slandered, badly slandered, Thinks tno white man is aggressive, Towards tha White lían ia oppressive, W*nt«their t>oaies, wants their top knot*, "Wants their blankets and their guns, Wants to thrash 'era want to kill «m, When a youth he lived with Injuns, When a man he wed an Injun. _ Kow ia old age,he loves the Injun, lores him tiuly, loves him warmly. But when he waDted Frontier vote lie swore he'd kill ihe nasty Injuns ; Said they killed and robbed^ his people, Htole their horses, stole their caitls, Jdsd« their teeth in terror rattle, ^ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 October 1860

NAVARRO EXPRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Terna: $9 SO, In advance. WI. I. REBI.ETT, Kdilor. i* T. Mpcne« ft K. A. Va Horn, ... . Aü«ciale Editor . *—■ 11 * The Union, with the Constitution. OOMIOAWAs —o— FBI DA Y, OCTOBER 10, 1860. ———n—gg^BBHHF .J-JJ-UW-' FUR PRESIDENT. jottjr i). m<£ t* jLvr«//> G Of KK.NTVCKT. fOR VICE PRESIDENT. JOSEPH or oKKao.y. ? sau>&*nAi, swcioh. íseo. Mtectori for the ¡State at large. „ THOS. N. WAUk II. D. GRAHAM. Alternate*. TflOS. P. AVCOCK. gEo. w. wjMGirr. for ike flatter* District. A. T. BA1NEY. Alternate. . P. MURK AH. for the Western District. JOHN A. WHARTON Alternate. ROGER q. Milt*. |5gr Joba B. Esq., moot authorized Traveling Ageat, to receive and receipt for Cam Received.—T. Sellers, $3 50 ; E. B, Dunn, $3 50. JW The Bob. L. D. Event will ad dreee the people of tLis place oo th e 20th ef October io advocacy of the fusion ticket He will be replied to by Judge Gregg. #y J A. Oakes is aa clever a fpljow as they generally get to be. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 October 1860

TT" «Miscellaneous. Legal JYoticcs. Michael's Column. Citation Notice. Ho 400. W. K. Hull ) vs. V Writ. K. N. Dougherty, ) Tkt Stat0 oj Tesas to the Sheriff of Kuuf* man County—Greeting : YOU are hereby commanded that you summon bv publication, N. N. Dough- erty, whose residence is unknown, to be Hud appear before thu District Court to be holden in and for the County of Kaufman, on the thirteenth Monday after the third Monday in August,, A. D. 1800, then and there to answer the petitition of W. K. Hall file<l in my office in said Court, agains: said N, N. Dougherty and Sam Dougher- ty, alleging, in substance, as f«l)o s, to-wit: That op the 7th day of February, I860, the said N. N. Dougherty and Sam Dough •rtv, defendants, executed to petitioner their promissory note for seven hundred and ninety two dollars, due the first day of January, I860; which note was given for L t uumber *ight, in lilock number fifteen, and the work-shop there<jn, togeth er with benches , tools and tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 October 1860

Drugs, $c. Bus iness .t, '■ , • ot ? OtiC es. rfllSCCiiüMOll, j A V J.X. T. N. Carter, DRITG G IS 2,]%* COilSIO AN A, TEXAS. f| IIAVIVG permanently iucsited in Gor*t- :¥ i |f can*, offers to the pulio a fpleurtitl iu- his sto-.k of fturttiU'iU of new nod genuim* Drugs, Mrd- ieines, Faints, Oils, aud live Stuffs «r.d n feneral assortment of Fancy Articles for the oilett, a superior articie of pure Liquor#, <r>r Medicinal purpoers, viz : Port and Mn •f^r# Wiof, Cognac Brandy, and a stipe *^r article of copper distilled Whi.-kv. Hi*' stock embraces all the article* of genrrit! dm to the practice of medicine, and a vari etj ofnremedie* not usually found in tlic tipper country, consisting in part cf ; Proto Iodine of Mercurv, Forri Valerian, Clorat of Zinc, * of Potash, Veratrum Viride, Acetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iron Citrate of Iron and Quinine, etc., etc ' Aleo a general assortment of the mont p&pnlar patent medicines, such as : expectora kts, Ayra'a Cherry, Pinck, Brown...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 October 1860

lbH/UUJl THE i iSUrnS^m R. A. VAN HORN.] Devoted to Politics, JX'eics, Literature, Science, Morality, Jlgriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. ... . i .i i •.. i~- CORSICANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 18G0. "1 NUMBER 49 [From the Newberry Conservatist.] Battle Song- by william maxwell martin* Men of the South, awake ye, arise! The bur Ding Cross on its mission flies; Ob Southern soil is a 3taiu of blood— The dark portent of a fearful flood ; 'Tia the deep and foul and damning stain. Of our brothers' blood by foetnen slain. Then arm, arm, arm for the fight, L«t Southern might win Southern Right. Men of the South, the tempest is high, The thunder clouds overhang the sky; a warning voice from the wailing blac eralds the storm as it gathers fast— ast ith your decks all cleared and furled each sail, Meet y« th«storm and weather the gale, Andarm, arm, arm for the fight, Sre the day dawns is the darkest night. Mea of the South, the Foeman is strong, But fear hifti not, he fights for the wrong ; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 October 1860

g#J Mi ■HHP ^ >wjiiJ.j.i? W*' ■NAVARRO PUB LIS BET) £V ER Y * A T U 11 ft A Y Twmi : |9 6d« l«i Oválico, i* Hf= ... , isSShH \VM. B. Ntftwr, «-.'«lit or. J. T. $p«u<;e & it A- Van Horn. Aworiale Edííoi*. JL." ...iji.I. 11.1.! t.-J.X '-I H'-l" The Uniop, with the Constitution. 4 CQRSICANA: •' "C-P Wm\> OCTOBER 20, 1 SCO. FOB PRESIDENT. Jatt.Y t . JIRJUC'HO'fltDGE, of kentucky. FOR VICE-PR ESI DEN T. <SfI\r. JOSEPH f.é4JTE, of obkgon/ PKESIDENTIAL ELECTION. 1860 for the State at large. i. N. WAUL. IX GRAUAM. Alternates. tiios. p. AYCOCK. geo. w. wmmrr. For the Eastern District. a. a-. háiwey. Alternate. ' * P. MURRAH. For ike Western District. JOHN Á. WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. — - CoctcTEREiTiKG.—Richard Deane, who was arrested about two weeks since for passing counterfeit money, is, still in our jail. Since his arrest, and on |?$st Saturday, .two gentlemen made a searph near Tahua- cana Springs, where J5ean was caipped when arrested, andfound copceqled under...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 October 1860

•Miscellaneous. To Beer E< J>ERSONS desirous of tet'8. , . ,_fr chafing BEEE, either by retail, quawer, half or whole beef, can be accommodated by giving the undersigned a call. n49tf \ j. F, ERWIN. JLast Vail. ALL those indebtod to H. W. TATE <fe CO., are requested to settle hy note or cash, oe their accounts .will be fonnd in an offi- cer*# hands. We want notes if vie cannot get money. Look after your small accounts, foe we oxpect the oHfciey on them as much as large ones. Oct. 26, I860. II. W TATE & CO. 1. C. SpeVice, Concrete Buildings, C¡ mm tree Street, flownw t 'ya^ f^PPOSITE C. EnnrsA ( p., and in front of V-J the steamboat landiD is now opening, and will keep~on hand a v ill selected stock of general merchantdise, onsisting of: OFancy and staple dry goo ls,boots and shoes,* hats and caps, hardware, rood and-widow.-, ware, fancy and staple g toceries, clothing and gentlemen's furnishin \ goods, hosiiry, Yankee notions and Jewe ry, which be will sell at small pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 October 1860

_Jl Hi-M I/rugs, fyc. T. iV. Carter, & 11 f/*Q G I S 1\ CORSICA N A, TKXAfc. H\yiSf} p^nnanetitiv b«CHt«-d iu (\>r-i- ca;«n, offer* to the j'Ulic ;t fplje luj.üi as- of' new jjei-uintj Drugs, Mnl i«-in«?s, I'aints, Qils, l*ye Stuff*, and « g««nf niT'tiMortinent of Fancy Articles ft>r th - TodoiX, a superior article of pure Liquor , fuf Mo«lic'.tii«l purposes. viz : I'urt and Mh ' drt'ra Wine, Cognac Brandy, ami :i supe- rior article of copper distilled WliUkv. 11 •lock enjbrace nil the article^ t«f {/enenti use in the prawtiee ef medicine, ant] a vari Hy of remedies not usually found in the upper country, consisting in part of : Proto Iodine of Mercury, Ferri Valerian, CI >rat of Zinc, u of Potash, ▼eratrom Viride, Aoetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iron Citrate of Iron and Quinine, etc., etc Ata & general assortment of the most popular patent medicines, such as ' EJPECTORA NTS. Ayre'a Cherry, Pinck, Browning's Balsamic, Wistar's Cherry, Woodman's Cherry, ague remedies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 November 1860

«sa THE NAVARRO EXPRESS M R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, ¿Yetes, Literature, Science, 'Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, I860. NUMBER 50 STV 3P. H >-V • I «<"■ V- ®fst • pr ® M y •* i p-wt' s&£? «5 • Night tow and delight, limes, 'chambers of the Night Bt'a rhymes. --•v ' #' Hymn to the Night- *t h. w. LONOrKLLOW. . 1 heard the trailing garments of the Night ► , Sweep through her marble halls 1 I saw her sable skirts all írisged witk light From the celestial walla I felt her presence, by i. Stoop o'er ire from The calm, majestic Aa of the oue I i I heard the so The man if* That fill the, Like some From the eool cUterus of the midnight air, spirit'drank rep. $e ; The fountain of perpetual peaee flows there; From those deep cisterns flows. O, holy Night! from thee 1 learn to bear What man has oorue before! Thou lay est thy finger on the lipa of Caro, And they complain no more. Peace 1 Peace! Orestes like I breathe this pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 November 1860

■%* PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Terms: £9 40, iu advance. WM. H. NUBI.ilTT, £ditor. J. T. Spvuee & K. A. Van Horn, Associate Editor . The Unid, with the Constitution- COBSIC AN A: . m O FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1860. S* .Iff* m *-<- sai •? FOR PRESIDENT. JOMMJT C. BHEVtLEjrRMDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. CfC^. JOSEPH £^£, or oregon. ELECTION. I860. the State at large. fv$$AVU " .HAM. cfeir. AYCOCK. ' ^ GEO. W..TWRIGHT. /br the JSfutern District. A. T. RAINEY. Alternate. P.' MURRAH. For the Western District. JOHN A. WHART^i. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. *< for tlie Navarro Express. H illssoso-— W ra. Yeale, Waxahachic—W. W. Parks, Rev. Harrison, a blind ¿envernan, of the Christian persuasion, will preach at the church in this place next Sunday night. jar We retara thanks to Hon. John Hemphill for a copy of the "Report of se- lect committee on invasion of Harper's 3 What has become of oar Town Council f are they never going to have Mother meeting I We aré now experiencing a re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 November 1860

V* lamatiori. 1 WHEREAS, by the laws of this State * an^ «S United Stales, an election for Electors of President and Vice-President iff to be holden, throughout this State, on the Tuesday next "after the first Monday fn No- vember, of the present year— Therefore sb it known, that I, Sam Hous ton, Governor o f the State of T«xas, by vir- tue of the power and authority vested in me by la#, do hereby order and direct that an election be holden in the several precincts of the several counties of this State, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday (the 6th day) of November next, for the choice of four Electors of President and Vice-President of the United Stales. 1 The said election shall be holden in the same manner, in the same places, under the same regulations, and by officers or managers appointed in the same way, as in elections for meqjbers of the House of Representatives of the State Legislature ; and each qualified voter shall be authorized to vote for the four Electors of Pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 November 1860

Drugs, Sfc. Business JYotices. T. N. Carter, D R IfG GIS T, eOkSlCA^A, TEXAS. HAVISO permanently located in Corsi- cana, to the pulic a as- sortment ot new anil gluing Drugs, ^et'* | i«ine , Paint#, Oils, hihI L>ve Stuffs, and a general assortment of Fancy Articles far the Totfett, a superior Article of pure Liquors, for Medicinal purpose , viz ; Port and Ma ü*¡f* Wina, Cognac Brandy, and a supe- rior article of copjter distilled ^ hi.-iky. Hie atoe}; embraces all the article* of general lite io the practiee of medicine, and a vari- ety of remedies not usual!y foaud in the npper country, consisting in part of : proto Iodine of Mercury, Ferri Valerian, Clorat of Zinc, ♦* of Potash, Yeratrum Viride, Acetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iron, Citrate of Iron and Quinine, etc., etc. Aleo ft general assortment of the most popular patent medicines, such as : expectora nts. Ayre's Cherry, Pinck, Browning'* Balsamic, Wistars Cherrjr, Woodman's Cherry, agus remedies. Osgood'sOologogue,Smith's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 November 1860

iü á 4 J NAVARRO R. A. VAN HORN,] VOLUME!. The Maiden Warrior- Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, JWorality, Agriculture, Spc. [PROPRIETOR COKSICANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1860. NUMBER 51 A TALS OF THE REVOLUTION. | self, although he was often by her side, ! penetrated her disguise. The romance of her situatiou increased ¡ the fervor of her passion. It was her de No struggle in history has produced no- light to reflect that, unknown to him, she bier instances of horoUiu than that of our vvas ev^r by his side, watchin g over him iu own glorious Revolution. i the hour of danger. The achievements which light up the expanse of the deadly conflict, like the stars in the firmament, put-'to shame .the melo dramatic heroes of Greece; indeed, it is uot too much to say that every moun- tain has been a Thermopylae, and every battle-field a Marathon. Occasionally these deeds of war have been, lighted up by the sweetest "of all passions, Love; and it is a tale of love and patriotism...

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