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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 8 May 1861

D KTERX WEDXESDAf. i #9 SO, in advance. Sgag HEBLETT. Editor. HORN, Associate Editor- COESIC AN A V9IA1' si 18«1. ayarro Hsprm. R. Qi-over, E#q. «—J. L- Graves, K«<j, Wm. Yeale, Esq. ^ J. W. Prewitt, Waxahachie, can bear ofsomeof his mares advertised by apply- ing to Mr.il. P. Walker, ten miles south of Corsica a, on Richland creek. JÜ —— fW Attention is called te the advertise Bent of tbe Hard Times Party to come on Tuesday night, the 13th of May. _ M3T We are informed that the rifle mounted company whioh has been tender- ad to tbe Governor, will meet and drill in Corsicana, on.every Saturday. Rains.—On Wednesday, the 1st of May, heavy rains fell here and in Hill oounty. It was-being needed, and will go a great way in insuring goad oojrn crops. iW The following gentlemen have made donations to tha Corsicana Mounted Rifle Oompaay : C.L. Jernigan, ono saddle, J. A Oakes, two horses; D. Wood, oae horse; H. C. Mo«s,x ne horse, saddle and bridle ; J. W- Townsend, fonr horses ; E. W. ...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 8 May 1861

HEWS. Philadelphia, 23.—-Martial law has been proclaimed is Baltimore. All places of amusement and taverns are closed. Annapolis, April 24.—Gen. Butler bas said that as soon as the New York troops arrived, he would march on Washington City. The frigate Constitution can level An napoiis with her gúns. ' Provisions are scarce at Washington. Otn, Beauregard will be at Richmond Tuesday next. Havre de Grace, *4pril 25.—A freight train has been seized at Sleramer's Run with provisions for the Massachusetts sol diera. The Baltimoreans hare seized the Bre- men ship Admiral. loaded for Liverpool. . Boston, April 25.—The harbors along the coast of New Hampshire are being put in a state of defence. Ifontpeller, Vt.,April 25.—Both branch- es of the Vermont Legislature have appro printed $2,000,000 of dollars for military purposes. Wheeling, April 41.—It is believed there will be a division of the State of Vir- ginia. # Indianapolis, April 25.—Gov. Morton recommends an appropriation of $1,000,- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 8 May 1861

Jff^iness JYotices. I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining ••unties, for their very liberal patronage, Mid hope to merit and receive their favors {■ future. I can be found ^ at my old stand engaged, as .heretofore, in the man- ufacture of ... • Saddles and 8add!f Tfe«! and every- other afiele in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddle*, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and «11 articles usually kept in a Saddler' «hop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. mniTTn , „ nSO O. I*. JERNIGAN. i Si GB0OTE1 E. W. BURROW HAS jostreceived a large and well seleced of neir and fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, coMting fio part of coffee, SUgV^bftcon, preserved and fcrandled fruits, ale, porter v • | ti vt$fj variety of liquors, cheese, crackers, aáulpwM, confectionery, and all article* ««ally found in a gfceery and family pto i alore, which mn befi lofd low for -—;— Merchandise. Lawyers' Cards. Drugs ! returns £is (banks to of Navarro coooty /or the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 15 May 1861

R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Jttorality, Jlgriculture, fyc. [Proprietor VOLUME 2. CÓRSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY la, 1861. NUMBER 2$. •< -j.*-*'' Saa&e-- Land of the South- BY A. V. LEONARD. Air—Friend of my soul. Land of the 8outh ! the fairest land Beneath Colombia' sky 1 Prendly her hill of freedom «tana, Her plains in bsanty lie. Her dotted field , her traversed streams, Their annual wealth renew; Land or the Booth I in brightest dreams, No dearer spot we view. Men of the South! a free bom race, They voueh a patriot line ; Beady tht rumto'i Tan to face, And guard the oountry'e shrine. By sire lind son a haloing light . Through time is borne along—• They "nothing ask but what is right, And yield to nothing wroBg." Fair of the 8outh I rare bcau'y's orown Ye wear with matchless graoe: Vo elassio fair of old renown Deeerte a higher place. Your Testal robes alike become The palace and the cot; Wives, mothers, daughters I every home Ye make a che...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 15 May 1861

THMaPMS - I*USLlsilEI> EVERY WEDNESDAY. Terms: $3 50, ¡11 advance. m WM. H HEBLETT. Editor- jfc- A VAN HORN, Assoelate Editor. J1 • - ■■ COBSIC ANA; WEDNESDAY, WAV 15, 18*1. Agents tor the ffavarro Express. Hillsboro— T. Ii. Gi'over, Esq. Waxdhaohif —J. L, Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Fsq. Next Saturday the military com- panies of this placa are to meat on the square .to drill. The Hillsboro Stock Association meets at that place to-morrow, the 16th. We expeot to receive and publish a list of tha strays reported there. jpr The attention of buyers is called to the advertisement.of Mr. Byrd. He has s fine assortment of goods, which he is offering very loir, jar Attention is called to the cards of Baker &. Boiling, Galveston, and J. C. Brasher ds Co., Millican Depot. All reli- able gentlemen, who «rill attend to your business promptly. £gr Speaking of tha weight of sheep while at White Rock, Mr. Jas. Wood in- formed ys he has a Texas raised Merino book which weighed 240 pounds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 15 May 1861

For the Navarro Express. Ola Pad Gone Under for Ninety Days- Mr. Editor : I see in the last issue of the Navano Express an ordinance passed by the Council of the Corporation of Cor sicana, making it a finable offence upon any person pasturing or turning a horse or oth- er animal into ihe court house yard. Now, Mr. Editor, ptease say to the Messrs. Coun- Sv iors—since they have got so strict—to pvs another ordinance to stop that awful ateLth that graets you on entering the court, bouse door. This, I think, would be mc.e decent than stopping poor old Pad rom ea.ing a little grass in the yard wben it is plen'y. Yours, A. D. From Virginia- The following extract is from a private tetter receive*] by a gentleman of tnis city from Virginia:—N. 0. Crescent. Farmville, Va , April 24,18G1. With emotions of almost tearful joy, I have read the proceedings of the Virginians at their meeting at the St. Charles hotel, on tbe 19tb. Thank God, Virginia is once more freí. Her people have been all rig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 15 May 1861

incss JYoticcs. r I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro an<l adjoining eountie , fot their very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and receive their favors ia the future. I can be found at my old Maud engaged, as heretofore, in the man- afeefcure of SuMle and Saddle-Trees! • and every other article in my line. On hand and for tale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Haraees, Bridles, and all articles UBiiall kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled wit neatness and despatch. „ *20 C. L. JERNIGAN. Merchandise. Wm, HAS jast r«oeiv«d * Urge and well ¿eleced stock ef new and fresb Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, costing [in pstt of coffee, iugar,jbacoB, • preserved sod hrandied fruits, ale, porter is- " ■* every variety -of liquors, cheese, crackers, f- . nolanes, oonfectionery, and all articles a grocery and family pro sold low {pi i ' , ■ \ f ~l¥;\ nl2vy tgs his thanks to rro coiihty for the jfore extended to attention to the , to merit a continu- futnre. He will ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 22 May 1861

\ NAVARRO R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. [Proprietor '■V VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1861. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE! Moitgomcry, April 30,—The Congress of the Confederate States of Ameriea assembled at no n yesterday. Doi. Ilowell Cobb, of Georgia, presided in the eiair. Alter the tisual preliminaries of organizing had leen gone • through with, the following message from His Excellency, Jefferson Davis, l'resflent of the Confederate States of Amer- ica. va received and read : Gentlemen of Congress—It is my pleasing duty to minounee to you that the Constitu tion formed for the establishment of a perma- nentgovernment of the Confederate States of Ameica has been ratified by the several Con- venton8 of each of those States- which were requrcd to inaugurate the eaid government i it/ full proportions and upon its ow« sub Btan ial basis of the popular will. It only renuins that the cleetiou should be held for the design...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 22 May 1861

State , and delay Hh-í iiirwrty***" e«r* hnvi tw^n avoided as f r a* pmsihte. In organ'Z m«* i lie revenue ?er*tee tor tlir rit'lwni* entering our i-rriiory, a* f .•.(" experience >hall <1 the po-si- iilitr rmproVHweHi in regulation . *#-n «fin be >pared to free colli Mere f'om all iinne"e-siry embarrassments and obstruction*. UnVIer v> «r a<-t *«i !iorizin<r a loan.pro poaal* w. re inviting snb«cription^ # r'fiwrt ininTi "f i| | -m, and the call wa« «nswerel by ill- pr mpt, subscription of «ght million* hy our «wn citizens, and not a «ingle bid tw made nnder par. The rapid development of the parpo** «f the President of the United State# to- invade oor •oil, captare oar fort*, blockade oar port ,And wage war against n«, induced me to direct that the entire subscription •bould be accepted. It will mow become necessary to raise means to* a much larger «mount to defray the expense of maintain ins oar independence and repelling inva «¡on. 1 invite your special attentio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 22 May 1861

.-lio?.i i. -.i P UBLIC MEETING. At a meeting held at the court bouse in the town of Corsicana, on Saturday,May the 18th, 1861, a military company was organized to proceed <to Montgomery and tender their serviees to President Davis. On motion, Mr, R. i. Marshall was called to the eh air, and i. H. Hayes appointed Secretary. The following resolutions were adopted : 1st. That the company meet at _ this plaee on Wednesday, 22nd inst., to report the aeces&arjr preparations to be ronde for departure. 2nd. That a committee of three, con- sisting of Messrs. Tate, Lawson and Love, be appointed to procure conveyance to Alexandria, Red River. 3d. Tfiat a committee of three, consist- ing of Jfessri. Turrentine, Mills and . Dayae*, be appointed to raise funds to de- fray the expenses of tne company to the place of destination. 4tb. That this company be known as the Corsicana Invincible . 5th. That a rote of thanks be tendered Mr. T. 6. Brooks for his liberal contribu- tion. * 6th. That t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 22 May 1861

BusÍrtés JVotirrs. .———E I F < •; i b 4 \ >>, _>/vi /. --v\ bV'SX- A j rt' S-s 'r X Wif 1 liBÉL ié I TAKE this method of returning my thank.- to the citizens of Navarro fin i a'tjoinim. counties, fur. their very liberal patronato and hope to merit and receive their favor. )u the future. I can be found at my olr. stand engaged, as heretofore, iu the man ufaetnre of S tddlcs aiid Saddle-Trees ! and every other article in my line. Ui hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees. Harness, Bridles, and all articles usually . kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled will neatness and despatch. n20 * C. L JERNIOAN. mm® ^ 'MM - -3 -J Í^RHJHPIIR HAS jostreoeived a large and well seleceo stock of new and fresh Staple and Fancy COOBtiDg 'Jn pait of coffee, sugar, Ibacon preserved apJ brandied fruits, ale, portei ' • every variety of liquors, cheese, cracker? molasses, confectionery, and all article? usually fuuud in a grocery and family pro store, which are being sold low fu> W-i '.a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 29 May 1861

t.'í> «■ * • -i ■ i i ¿«Br n ii |.im 1 ^ "". A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYcws, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. ■ i 11 lit"1 L. [Proprietor VOLUME H CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861. P call. pt(Fr«m the LwtUvilU Journal.) ^Wrltttara' an OldOjaTé, Hear Fort Pulaski. Savannah- Tie^Mutliern breeze hss dred away Chi Port Pulaski' bastione^wall, & ripple stirs the sleeping pa Xo sound except the sentry The heavens are bright With starry light;7 The moon rides radiant qu$en of all. - shadow by the rampart east, Palls on a grass growto, nameless grave ; ' foeak, spirit of the mighty past; Yield up yoar record of the brave; His sword is rnst, His form is dust, , TJs jours his memory to save. Jerhat*s some ancient, faded form, I long gone years, ordistant clime, lave him a mother's love, u warm Aa ever blessed our childhood's {.rime: Oh. mother dear, • If thou dost hear, Can mother's love be chilled by time ? lerbaps in early manhood's flush, Soase shape of l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 29 May 1861

lip??* L^Vr -* .y. , VSV.1 &áfc3 «fes- '•—S.g- TTIBtí SHÜD EVBRT WEDNESDAY. Term* : iu advance* WM H VXBLXTT. Editor B A U* HORN, Associate Editor- -i,-* . n ,i.._ C O & Sil CANA: Wfi0y^ AfWf S9, l§«t. CM Afwil* ffí the '^Tayárro £\pr^i<ts I. «: llover, Es¡q_ htó-?lí 1* <¿iaves, ÍL q. Dresden-JPta. VVule, Fsc^. t3T J- K- Ogüvie, Spring Hill, branda RS (not PS «s \a¡e ütOed) má 04. jar. Wé réútrn thanks to ftou. J-oho Gregg for * pamphlet copy of the Presi, d*nt'a Message. ? * JST Í. A. Oafcesl Posliflaste* al this place, requests na to ray Vu all who owe tbe-peal office to settle op by next Satur day , the Ut day of jone. Ako, that after thai date foiled States postage stamps will out he received ía payment of postage. Fairfield, May 23d, 18&U Eds. Navarro Express: Please to an through your paper that I am no a candidate for the Senate. Yoau respectfully, W. 0. WILSON. the ity **h of this district bas The Southern Cultirator, for Msy? te to hand, and abounds in goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 29 May 1861

ORDINANCES. At & meeting of the Council of Corsicana 10th May, 1861, the following ordinances were passed: No, 23. No 5 of ordinances heretofore passed is hereby repealed. No. 24. Every keeper of a ball alley or ten pin alley, shall pay an annual direct tar of fifty dollars, which shall be paid quarterly io. advance, aud shall be closed at ten o'clock every night. Each and every person violating this or- dinance, shall pay a fine of twenty-five dollars. Every person shall be deemed a violatoi hereof who shall own, or permit any alley to be used before paying said tax, or used after the hour specified. And any person who shall roll upon any a!ley after the hour specified, shall be deemed a.vio lator of 'his act. For any disturbance, breach of the peace, in any alley, the keeper thereot shall be fined oot exceeding Five Dollars; and the person or persons committing such disturbance, breach of the peace, or riot in such alley, shall be fined oot exceeding twenty-five dollars. In ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 29 May 1861

Husiness JVatices. Saddlery ! Merchandise. New Goods ! H 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, 7 if, bacon' -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. '-4.' C. MOSS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 June 1861

i#*-' E X P R ES S. R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature. Science, JHorality, Agriculture, Sfc. [Proprietor VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1861. •A rÚBLISHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY. Terms: $3 50, in advance* - WM H- HEBLETT, Editor, ft. A.' VAN HORN, Associate Editor CORSICANA: —o— WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, I8«l. Agents for the Itavarro Express. Hillsbor —J. B. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Gravea, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veal a, F sq. £5T J. R. Ogilvie, Spring Hill, brands RS (not PS as we stated) and OJ. U" There was a destructive fire in Gal- veston on the 26th nit Thirteen buildings vrere destroyed. &T Gen, E. P. Seott, nephew of General WInfield Scott, is organizing a company in Virginia for the' Confederate army. Hext Saturday the ladies of Chatñeld are to present a flag to tbe cavalry ecmpnny of that place—the Chatfield Bangers. WbbatjWantei).—Those indebted to nawil] confer a favor by letting us have wheat. We will pay tbe market price. We need some right away. pT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 June 1861

ÍPac Simile Brands. The pries for.-ady«#>isiitfr n Uihii ] is Five Dollars per year, to be |>;iid when the brand 's inserted. Any person having awe thau one fat; .simile to, (ulvKilipe a*further charge of Ihivtt Dollars <>n each will Ijp made. 1ST prrxov notieinrj sloel: brrtinlnl with fi*y of lb* j'itllohtf. y flt'M'í<htd l-i nu/s. under rtic.it'jt.sfi/nrt'Xy is rr."tt x/ni {<> in- form ihf tinner? «}/ Ihl* t>fice <./' /¡)<,:r irh'-rcii- itóiilx, bft letter or onV-rTT^tf. Aim iiifortnn'iien ■in ret/nftl-i" lit*/ stock. Lr!to mu/ (//' those who adiurriife Jac *itujfez t/tr ij- {¡(amia, will be. pnblixft'd y rat u i us/ ¡4. BAKliY, At ' Cttttif . and hoisc brand. IfUrAierup and under bit in each ear. ResuNqce two miles south of 1 'rtft^en. \ 22* rooks. F. N. brand ; brands 01 tiil left thigh Marks swft.lowfork in Zight, tinder half erop off the left. I'Vst Office, Rush 01 ee Navarro county. / 9 ]5 QROOM, Dr Jam Corsicana, hranes Marks overslode in each e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 June 1861

EXPRESS. It. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYetcs, Literature, Science, Morality, ¡Agriculture, fyc. [Proprietor VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1861. NUMBER 29. THE EXPRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Terms: $2 50, In ad vaneo. WM H NEBLETT, Editor R- A. VAR ftORN, Associate Editor. GÓBSICANA: WEDNESDAY, JUME 12, 1861. - / I" ■* ' ■ Agculs for tlie Ifavarro Express. Hillsbotro—J. R. G rover, Esq. , Waxakachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale,Fsq. THE NORTHERN BELIEF. The assertion made by the Northern papers and politicians, that the .loyal Union men of the South have been trampled under foot by a few violent traitors and rebels, and that it is therefore the duty of the General Govern- ment, at Washington City, to put down and disperse the lawless mob which has committed these grievous acts, is untrue in every partic tilar. But how has the Northern mind been impressed with the absurd belief- that if an invading army were to make is appearance in the South, thousan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 June 1861

JL Fae Simile Brands. The price tor híulc isi• r '«• Bran 1 i Five Dollars per ye'ir, to In. .when tin brand «inserted. Any person b¡ivintr tiwi than one ttio simile to H<lvein>t> a further cbarffe of flrree Dollars oit e:icli will !><• ir.aile |JÍr Aitufirrxiyii notiehtrf xtifk Sramfd wit! any of thr foliote/■ J dttxrr'-b&d f>r-in<?x u-njci umpirionx ciix>iiitxloin-r*, i\ rrifo xU'(/ to hi form the or this ojtire <j t h-ir iilfreu- bout*. ht/ Titter or otherwise. A >/ infoiitiotioi in regard to lost stock, beJ.on(/i"ti h> nut/ of I host ■who advertize fac *imi!ex of tiu'ir brand«, will pe pvl/ixhcd yrahiitousli/. BAKl^V, A. Cattle and horse brand. Mars* croj> and under bit in each ear. Residence two milts south of lh-esden. 22* % BI : brand ; hi an.ls on the left thigh. Harks swallowfork in right, under half crop off the left. Post Office, Rusu Ui Ctí Navarro county. 15 3 CROOM, Dr James, Coraicana, branes ■■ Marks overslope in each ear. 21 ¡...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 June 1861

tu- i ni R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [Proprietor VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1977^7 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. 50, Sin advance. WH E HEBLETT. Editor. C'OBBjtff* WCDYESDAT, JUME m Ag^uls for the Wayarro Express. Hjj Sreiá 1 sq. «9,-Esq. At** ► B&T J. R. Ogilvie, Spring Hill, brands RS (not PS as we stated) and OJ. I " The whooping eangh is prevailing to some extent among t!he children of onr town. Wat at Wanted.—Those indebted to ns will confers favor by letting us have wheat. We need some right away. QT A friend writing to us from Dallas says that Col. Greer 's mounted regiment, of 1000 men, was at that plaee, and wptild pro- ceed to Fort Smith as soon as they received their- arms from Austin. pW Announcements of candidates we can not afford to publish on a credit; and we hope those who We have announced will pay up. Announcements marked thus * have been paid. Persons who make prompt payments are apt to m...

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