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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 November 1860

EXPRES! published every s4tu9p ay Tirm«: |3 $0, in p<l-yaiu\c. THE AGONY IS O VER, \\W1, |I,. NFJtl.ETT, CUiftor. f. f, S^tiicc 4Nt, A. Van Horn. Ajito(¡Hie Editors uwia ' ----- 0jO$SJÍ!AS4: N.0VEMBEK 9. 1«60. Jkg«ul fo4- ihc liavarrm Express. •boro—Win. Y.eal*1, l'./<j waa.wiacuiic—W. W. Parks, f&T Those who have agreed jtheir subscription iu wood will confer a J'avor by bringing it at once. To our Pat&qns.—-With the ae*t issue ¿he first .volume of the Express expires. Those who are indebted to jus (or sub acription, advertising- or job work are re quested ¡to ,come forward and settle at opee, either f i¿ í¿e q*sb of 4by note. ^ A tettlánent we are determined to ¡have. If these to whom we are indebted ^ity® bring in their bilis we .w|U settle iu^ie same manner. 1 far "We retard oar "pious regaicfc' t<* prince of good fellows, JFtiiius A. for an elegant hat. May he in years and wealth no more, and may his > ais numerous .as the oaks of the *'T*& oaks from lit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 November 1860

JYew Advertisements. o*: See the advertisement of .Sandford's Liver Invigorator and Cathartic Pills, Tnoai laboring trader sickness can at once relieve themselves frpm the thousand mala- dies that flesh is heir to, if they will only follow the eonnsels of nature, and take the roedieine which best assists her in her o pera tions. That aedicine is the Vegetalle Life Mediaines of Dr. Moffatt, known as the Life Pills and Phoenix B ttcr?. For sale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 535 Broadway, New York. Executor's Notice. 13 hereby given, that all persons holding claims against the estate of Abram Helm, deceased, are requested to present them witli- _in ths time prescribed by law. Also, all persons indebted lo said estate ere requested to come forward and make immediate set- tlement. JAS. DUNN, Executor. Nov. 9, 1860. n51-6t* There will members of cnltnr.il and Mei aithe Court Hous< the 30th day of N¡ and means to bny make a bill for n Done by order J. B. Jos its, tice. called meeting of the e Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 November 1860

-JOK? *' 4'- - i OTiilr i i i . .1 ■ i . .i ■ ■■ i*11. ■_£ Drug?, $c. y Carter, Ü It U G G I 8 C0US1CAN,}, TF&A6. || A VIVO |it'¡¡¡anc:/ti^ li-eau-tj-u T call*; ls> ti«<* j nü'' a> At uf uew ;*i 'Í go; u;r>g-! >If<l "U-iive*, 1'ainU, Oil-, *t d tfye Mub-, >u¡J ¡ incut <"-f ÍhíiCJ* Tofieil, r üj* r r a.'ticiv; \fi fur Me«i¡¿m;í pirpos-.-, viz : tlvira \\ inf. Ct>g >ao Itw riur dialing st<«k rtiibrace* nit the artic :\i l W« ic< f<>r Ú" Lhj«* T.- Isort at:*i Áíü , auJ a S:i}H- 3 iii-kv. li it ran in lit*- u** in tin* practie# *d mtt-iicir.f, ■* «•ty vf remedies nut u ua'iy fi im npppr country, consisting i p .rt ot : Proto iodine of Mercury, Ferri Valerian, Ciorat of Ziuc, " of Potash, # Yenttrum Viride, Acetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iron, Citrate of iron and Quinine, etc., e:e. Also a general assoFtifient oí live mo ', popular patent medicine, such as : EXPECTORANTS. Ayrd's Cherry, Piock, Krowning's balsamic, Wistai's Cherry, W ood man'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 November 1860

JBSÍ hUM ■< ■w ;T\ k -Sjv A- VAN HORN,] OLUME 1. Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Jttorality, Agriculture, «^c. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1860. [PROPRIETOR NUMBER 52. The Maid I Love- BY II . L . FLASH The maid I lov.e has violet eves, And rose-leaf Hps of red, $>he wear the moonshine round her neck, The sunshine round her head ; And «he is rich in every grace, And poor in every guile, And cruWned kings might envy mo The splendor oi her smile. fchfc walks the earth with such a grace Thelilliea turn to look, Aud waves rise up to catch a glance, And stir the quiet brook; Nor ever wiil they rest again, But chatter aa they flow-, And babble of her crimson lips, And of her breust of auo.w And «'en the leaves upon the trees Aresr hispertnif tales of her, Aad tattle till tliey grow so warm', TOiat, jn tli* general stir ^ They twist them from ikfi mother branch And through the air they fly, Till, fainting with the love they feel, They flutter down and die. And^r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 November 1860

mm NAVARRO EXPRESS.! 1 in i, ¡ ■ '■■ _ "J1.. 1 f: . '-'I JjlMHL ! CORSICA KA; FMDAV, ^OVEMBEU 19, 130,0. Ageirt^lw^iUcr^'a'v a y *•<*' HiiXs oao*-Yf m. Veale, Esq. * WaxaiuchIs—W, W. Parks, Esq. 03icia} Vota of Navarro County. Breckinridge & Lane. Fusion. Corslc^oa, Cbetfield, Bush Créek, , Cbkm bet's Store Spring tíill. . Dresden* Dunns' . * , 129 90 79 67 bf 94 30 78 20 2 9 17 51 3 FIGHTING IN THE UNION. Those who advocate fighting iu the ÍIB L1SHE ft E V JE RT SAT U B r> fr t* &nion agiinst the aggression of the North, Terms! ¿á 50, in ndraH*#, |*re eitl,*r ignorant of what they *, ;•■ ■■ -i ----.- T-!^as4? - | talk, or insincere in advocating what is W¿1. ii, Editor. ¡impracticable, or are possibly so profound- S^uci1 A. lí, .V, Y;*a« |£oi'U, i vvise as to be incomprehensible to ordi- Afc*«iclat« i UHTy m¡n(j9í 'I'o such persons, we would ; sr.k a few q>ie>tions: What are you going I to fight? If you take off the head of j'i.ificolii, there is the hea l of Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 November 1860

TffWÍ ' 1 ■ I . ST RA If H ORSES. All members of ike Stray Horse Associated kan* Ae privilege of adoer lining (two insertion under this head, alt. the horses that may sire from them without any extra ' charge. Strayed from the undersigned living atTa- haacana Hills, oiia brown or black horse IHfiLE. b*dl£ gear marked, blind in the left eye, about fifteen bands hiirh, three year# old fMt. Any ipfirma_tion of his whereabouts will be thankful ly received J. A.LOVE. m Strayed from the undersigned near Hills oero, about the 1st July, one bay mare ten «rtwelre years old, branded 9A, had a mare mult eolt branded Ü19 .«ame; also one S year old past bay filly, and one three year old ill Kot y horse,,all branded 9A. The brand {•probably very dim. Any information thank- fully received. Á. M. ARNOT. Strayed from the undersigned one sorrel BMU9, light color and rather light made, branded 13 and cross links on the shoulder, age not known. One brown 3 year old filly, branded the same. One sorrel f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 November 1860

38* JfJrng?, ■S'c. T. N. Carter, DRUG G 1ST, coksicana, thxas. Having per iiittni'htlv 1. in 0<T-t cana, ofIVi> to tpo rp'i? a -a*. 80ttuat lit of |!hvv HRii 2¡-¡ uiny i 'vugs, Med icines, 1'ainta, ' >ijs. ami i>> <.-f'-Uijls ami general a>s< riin«i t uf-Faiá*} A •;t< r iljt Toilelt, a superior article ut pur* J.ifjiior- for.Máfdicíu !^purposes, viss: l'orl and Ma dvira Winí,-Cognac líran..*, and fi supe- rior article of copper distilíf'il Mii^ky. 11 i- slock embraces all the articé general use In the practiee of medicine, ? > vari- ety of remedies not usually fol,n • 111 ^ upper country, consisting u part of : Proto Iodine of Aiercury, Farri Valerian, Clorat of Zinc, " of Potash, Veratrum Virkle, Acetate of Morphine, Citrate of Iro^, Citrate of Iron and Quinine, etc., etc. Also a general assortment of the most papular patent medicines, such as ¿ expectora nts. Ay re's Cherry Jginok,-;' BrowaiifgVBalsamie, Wistar's Cherry, Woodman's Cherry, agüe remedie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 November 1860

•4r It. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, \c. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, lSfiO. [PROPRIETOR IS UMBER 1. Anthony and Cleopatra- I am dying, Egypt, dying, Ebb* the eriioaon life title fast, And the dark, Plutonian shadows, Gather on the evening blast. Let thine arms, O! Queéu, support iue, liiuh thy sobs and bow thine ear ; Hearken to the great heart secrets, Thou and thou alone muBt hear. Though my scarred and veteran legions Bear their eaglee high no mure. And my wrecked and scattered galleys Straw dark Actiuui's fatal shore ; Though no glittering guards surround iue, Prompt to do their master's will, 1 mast perish like a Roman, Die the great Triumvir still. Let not Cesar's servile minions Mock the lion thus laid low ; *Twas no foeman's hand that slew him, 'Twashis own that struck the blow. Hear, then, pillowed on thy bosom, £*• tus sear fades quita away, Him who,¿runk with thy caresses, Hadly flung a world away! Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 November 1860

i9 tas . W NAVARRO EXPRESS. PlIliLlSIlKD EVF.HY S A"T U 11 D A Y T^riu : 50, iu admnce. wiw. 11. wrBtf-ii i', ^dii r/ i. T. It. A. Va ti tSutii. AmocíuIc l:<!áí«rsi. CORSICA NA: O ^ FRIDAY, NOVEMIJE'.i '2 3, mu. .LE.U'11-LW"—* ^"1 - i .. "" i(eul for the Navarro i xpii's . ITilt.íboro~Witi. Y tale, Esq. WiXAEACHie— W, W. Parks, K¡>q. GOf. HOUSTON. If every man, wotnan and cbild ¡n I «xas, were to petition ine for a conven- tion of the Legislature, I would refuse i^ Negro Equality is about to be inaugurated Wanted to Ilire. ▲ GOOD COOK, wa<h«r and Apply at this office. Corsicana, Not 23 -tf 4 Dr. Moiloy ha a wagon for sale. Se« advertisement. Let every man who possibly can; attend the meeting to morrow. Troublesome times are anticipated, and cool beads and calm deliberation are necessary. Texas "expects erery men to do bis duty.'' fpr The subscription of those who commenced with the first number of the Express, expired last week. Those who do not wish to continue the paper a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 November 1860

STRA Y HOB SÉ ASS O CI ATI ON G. W. Clary Corsicana, brands TD on %ach shoulder. lias horses strayed brand ed JG, and others GT, and others branded JBA, the JB connected. In the stray bdnch has one iron gray mare, branded with a large G on one shouider, and JBA on the ulLer, tho J B cuUuected. Mr. Wm. Lockbart can be informed where he can fiud a dun horse branded L on the shoulder, by applying to the un dereigned. "Mr. N. B. Rankin, or Mr. Jordan, Mill Creek, can find a black horse by applying to Mr. Wolf, '2 mile# west of Dresden, branded CL on the tboulder. The horse is gentle, and is advertised. IIENKY JONES. Mr. Jas. C. Key can find, by hunting loathe ú ik of Ash and Cotton Wood creeks. one chettnut sorrel m're, Maze in the face ; and a two or three year oM bay stud mule in his braud. They were ■eeu there by the undereigued about a week ago. [52] S, LOFTIN. Petkkson's Mauazixk. — We-are in receipt of this popular Lady's Magazine for iJeceniber. It. is a splendid number. " l'eter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 November 1860

Jffíscella neo us. GROCERIES! L 11 A\ h ln w mi and v>ti tl¿c r<íi<l. | a riín ! !. Muck <>l Fauii! v i* ''<>c«Ties ! • (*wlisi>tlili ■•} Rio C'tflen. Ten. Sugars— I>ro\vii,oiu ln-<i.!o ¡f. aii«l clüiiíie.i Molares, liouat; M ruj.; Vinegar, Sail—coarse and table ; Soap, starch ; Camilos—Star, adamantine ami sperm ; So.ia, saleratus, ginger, spice, pepper ; Cloves, cinnamon, rai&ons, flgs, currant*; Freeh pine apples ; Strawberries; Apples, pears; Brandied and preserved Fruits of all kind* Pickles, s^ucds, cai-ups, jellies, candies nuts ; Powder, shot, and lead : Bagging and rope ; Cracker , Oysters, sardines, lobsters, mack- erel, codfish, heiring* ; Torter, ale cider, and fine liquors ; • Cordials ; Tobacco, oigars and snuff of all kind* ; Gents' and Ladies' Shoes at Cost. Also, a general assortment of wood ware hardware, tinware, <fec. J3T BacoA and Com Meal for sale. All the above may ba had for the Business JYoticcs. J. A. OAKES" W düg> &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 November 1860

■p THE NAVARRO !(,. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETOR \OLUME 2. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, I860. NUMBER 2 Old Pine Tree- Ob! darkies, now I'm going to sing; The truth te yoa I'll tell; Of happy davs that I have seen, With my dear Nancy Bell. Chorus— 'Tis many a night since first we met, Beneath that old pine tree ; And there we told our tales of love- How happy then were we ! I wish that I was back again, Way down in Tennessee, With my dear Nancy by my *ide— How happy then I'd be ! My love has left me long ago ; "Where she's no one can tell; And 1 am nearly crazy now, For my dear Nancy Bell. 1 dreamed last night when all was still, That she'd come back to me; And we would yet see happy days, Beneath that old pine tree. I quite forgot I was so old; It wems to me a dream, That three score years have passed away, Since I was seventeen. But now I find that all it riff At, Ami Nancy's true to me ; And when we die o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 November 1860

r* a \ \ r FY% ■■ V\ £ \ V\ THE MEET1SG. - . * i1 *ÍJ*LISHRT> lí1rE-íl V ^ATV'RT AT * Term : §9 •, In «dvmrr*. \\Já. te. ' "*• *>«! « «'• J. T. KviHTHk *. A. Wnu H«rn. FftlfVXY, NOVhiMBEtt ?W, i pso. A|«tam lor tlrt IWiwrro tiprw. HwTWo#O—Wm \ ebf*, F«j. W **küACia^—W. V*. V rk , ¿>q. gen. moustows lei ter. fn tfcia issUO *e publish a letter fwím ^Orn Houston in reply to one from * Trtfm- W ef the citiwns ef Walker county. It fo in tbe forin of a circular, and it nod¡rfttbt **ten*ively circulated throughout the State. We hirt examined it with the best of our ability, and calmly and dispassionately Weighed the article* emfofnced within it. Gen. Houston m r« favdr ef awaiting i reeling wat In another column we publish the pro- ceedings of a «arge and euthusia«t c meet- ing held in our town on Saturday last. It w t «>04 of t>ie most spirited me^tinsj* we «ver taw. Every one seemed actuated by the same spirit and wishes. Men met without distinction of party or naiional tv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 November 1860

•rsr. JL b. JYew Advertisements. Administrator' Notice. LETTERS of administration on the es- tate of Thomas Wrights having been granted to the undersigned, by the Hon. Probata Court of Navarro county, at its 'October Tarro, A. D. 1800. this is there- fore to notify ali persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and tho«e having clairus on said estate to pre sent them within the time required hy law >. T. BARTON. T 2-6t* AdmVlhos. Wright, decM. roSjs ALE. A FIRST rate folir horie wagon and har- nut. Apply to !!• H. MOLLOY. J. «/Í. Oakes' ColumnJ Michael's Column. HURRAH FOR THfi ■mww ww • «i* HAVING located permanently in Corsi- eariv respectfully tenders bis profes "Df. W. J. Love. rAYlNG Cana., rea_ _ sional services'to the" eltizens of the town aud 6urrou«dÍDg Country. Mating been en- gaged in an extensive practice for teven years in this State, he flatters himself he ean Jrive satisfaction in any branch of his pro- emio n. Office, at present in W. M. Lore's •to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 November 1860

... •••r!". Mkcella n eons. GROCERIES! ÍHA7E now on hnird. aiul on tíie road, a /Otaplete stock <>t' Family Groceries! consi;-tiiig of Rio coti'ee, Tea, Susrars—Brown.crushed .loaf, and clarified; Idolasses, sugar house syrup; Vinegar, Salt—coarse and table; Soap, starch ; Candles—Star, adamantine and sp rm ; Soda, saleratus, gingfc, spice, pepper; Cloves, cinnamon, raisous, figs, currants; Fresh pine apples ; Strawberries; Apples, pears; N Brandied and preserved Fruits of all kinds; Pickles, sauces, catsups, jellies, candies, nuts ; Powder, shot, and lead ; Bagging and «ope ; Crackers, Oysters, sardines, lobsters, mack- erel, codfish, herrings; Porter, ale cider, and fine liquors; Cordials ; Tobacco, cigars and snuff of all kinds ; Gent 9 and Ladles? Shoes at Cost. Also, a general assort&ent of woodwaie, hardware, tinware, ¿sc. fSf Bacon and Corn Meal for sale. All the above may bs had for the ij M by calling at J. TALLEY'S. * r v. ^ . « Masonic and Odd Fellows KALI AND F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 December 1860

R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Jlgriculture,. fyc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1860. NUMBER 3. Ellen Bayne. Soft b« tlijr, slumber , Kude cares depart; Visions in 11 umber# Cheer thy yoang heart! X>rcam on whil« bright hours And fond hopes remain, Blooming like nailing bowers, For thee, Ellen Bayne. . Chorus— • , Gentle slumbers o'er thee glide, Dreams of beauty round thee bide ; While I linger by tby side, ^ Sweet Ellen Bayne. Dream not in anguish, Dream not in Tear ; Love shall not languish, Fond ones are near. Sleeping or waking-— In plea'sure or pain— Warm hearts will beat for thee, Sweet Ellen Bayne. Chorus—Gentle slumbers, «fee. Scenes that have vanished, Smile on thee now ; Pleasures once banished, Play round thy browr. Forms long departed, Greet thee again; Warm hfarts beat for thee, Sweet Ellen Bayne. Chorus—Gentle slumbers, Ac. The Lone Starry Honra, The lone starry hours gire me, love, When still is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 December 1860

- .1 O EXPRESS. .iSHITI/ EVERT SATURDAY Term s $2 5©, in advance. ffM. H. NEBLETT, Editor. J. T. if pence de R. A. Tan Horn, Associate Editors. CORSICANA: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1880. Agento for tbe Navarro Express. Hilimoko—Wm. Veale, Es waxahachi —Vf, W. Paris , M3T Remember (he auction sale at Wm. M. Lore & Co.*b to begin Monday. Those indebted to this office will confer a favor and save costs by settling the. kame, either by cash or note. '.ÉST By last mails we learn that Cali- fornia ha* gone for-Lincoln and Missouri . for Bell. - - 4sr From Major Beátoa, who baa been re see it 'to Houston, we learn that all it stagnant and every thing dull. Nothing is tieard'af but secession, and the people are bent on that. So it comes direction, and we rather think it alone, learn that a company of ran- leave Waxahachie on the .of the 5th, under the command . S. W. Rogers, for the purpose of f the frontier from Indian depre- The commander has seen ser doubt will send many Indians side of Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 December 1860

•M- t * Jas. Toilers Column I Is all that is^ spoken of npw in public life, But while this is all right and proper, I would inform the public that Having purchased the entire 9tock of ÍANGT &. Oakes' Column.1 Michael's Column. I1VRRAH FOR TQE If Texas becomes an public, independent Re- .1 P ' t I • v 1 Glassware, . HARDWARE,&C formerly owned by DeBard & Uardgrave®. I am now prepared to furnish tbf public with nearly every thing that can le called for. Returning my sincere thanks for tho libe- iral patronage extended to me in the Grocery Business, I respectfully so- licit a onlinuance of the same, and ¡nuita all wishing DRT GOODS OR GROCERIES! to call and examine my stock, and satisfy themselves that I-am selling on as good terms as any one in the county' *# JAMES TALLEY. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hat . Caps, Clothing, Wood ware, Stationery, Saddlery, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, &c., &c. ean now be bad on as good tern as ever before offered in this mark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 December 1860

"otices. ? i,.'V:-.... «r -; I TAKE this method of returning mv thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining eounties, for their very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and receive their favors m tie future. I can be found at my old engaged, as heretofore, in the man- re of Saddles and Saddle-Trees! every other article in my line. On and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, ¿«-idles, and all articles usually a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with i and despatch. C. L. JERNIGAN. v.r- - : rs ! Drugs ! ie<l retaros bis thanks to of Navarro county for the heretofore extended to by close attention to the customers, to merit a continu *me in fafo'rd. He will keep OB band a larfp and well select- Perfumery, Varnishes, -wash bnishes; íes, for medicinal and. toiiet articles; note, cap and bill aDd all the most medicines of the day. ions carefuily com drugs, at all hours, by T. N. CARTER. Call. tod to II. W. TATE <k CO., to settle by note or cash, will be found in au offi- ce want notes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 December 1860

N AVARHO R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETY VOLUME 2. Book Xe to Sleep- Tk« subjoined pMC—we know not who w rot# it—i one ot U e meet beautiful of its kind wo boro ever aeon. Wo do not envy the boort whieh doe* sot thrill to its wild Md twdir muia : Saekward, torn backward, oh! Time, in jour 4¡ght • Make m a ehild again, jast for to night. Mother, eome baek from the eeholeae ahore, Toko ae again to jour heart aa of jore— Kiss from my forehead the furrows of eare, ftafcoth the tew ail ver threads out of my hair, Over my alumbers yonr loving watch keep— Bock ne to sleep, mother, rook me to sleep! Backward, flow backward, oh! tide of years. I am so weary of toil a and of tears—- Toil* without recompense—tears all in vain- Take tbesn and give mo mj childhood again! X have grown we ary of dust and decay, Weary of flinging my sonl-wealth away— Weary of aowing for others to reap ; - Book me to aleep, mother, rock me to a...

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