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

• ^jr ■ • V ?;• • S1 • 5aB«gliii«Jg-j'-máwgF • •■ $¿iiu/e Urands. J. «// Oake¿ Column. £jgT* Tho price for advertisiae a Brand is Five Dollars per year, to be paid when J,lie brand id instiled. 4,'?}' person having mo>e than une fac simile to advertise, a further chafge oT Three Dollars on each will be made. Any per non noticing stock branded with any of the folloioi. y dc.itribcd branda, under buvjiicioux circumstances, is requ slid to in- fnrm ihe owners vr this office of their wherea- bout*, by letier or otherwise. Any information tix regard to lost stock, belonging t'o any of those who advertise fac similes of their brands, will be published gratuitously. A. Cattle and horse brand. Mares crop and under bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. 22* JJARRY, BROOKS. F. N. Horse and cattle brand ; brands on the left thigh. Marks swallowfork in right, under ____ half crop off the left. Post Office, Riuh Oré. Navarro county. ' ' 15 % 33 /^ROFT, WM. iioi-sp brand. KJ on...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 September 1861

R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYewsLiterature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. (Proprietor VOLUME 2. THE EXPRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: $2 59, in advance* CORSICANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1861. IS' UMlili.lt 41. B WM H BEBLETT, Editor A. VAN HORN, Associate Editor. C 0 E SI C AN A: | Thursday, September 5, 1861. Agents (or the Navarro Express. Ilillihoro—-J. R. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. DURATION OF THE WAR. Gen. A. Sidney Johnson says that the rumored invasion of Texas from Cali- fornia, by Gen. Sumner, is untrue and to- tally impracticable. jpy The County Courl has procured a wagon to bring the County arms from Shreveport, and they may be looked for in two or three weeks. Off tor the War.—We notice, during thit and last week, several of our young men starting to join oome of the compa- nies now encamped in Ellis county. Among these we notice our young friends Cortez and Daily Fielder. We would like to get the names o...

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

TFac Simile Brands. J. •/!, Oakes' Column. tar The ;>rice for advertising a Bran ] is Five Dollars per yar, to be jtiiij when the ¡ brand ta inserted. Any person having ino^e i than one tae simile to advertiee, a further charge of lKiee líollare op each will be made. &r a ny person notivivg stock branded with any of the foilrmi g described brands, under suspicion* circumstanceis reqwstrd to in- form the owners or this office of their wherea- bouts, by letter or otherwise. Any information \ t i regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those who advertise fac similes of their brand*, will be published gratuitously. A. Cattle and horse 3(£arKs crop and under bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. 22* HURRAH FGS THE Southern Confederacy! Bauky, brand. % B' brand ; brands on the left thigh. Marks swallowfork in right, under balf crop off the left. Post Office, Ruth 0 e Navarro county. 15 GB CROFT, WM. Horse brand. Rancho on Hill creek, Ellis couuly ; post- offiee ...

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

I Denoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. R. Ál. Van Horn,] Battle of Oak Hill- Parsons' Begiment Letter from Col CORSICANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, ISfil. K ñ m o r,-September 12, 134*1. for the Navarro Express. Hillsboro—J. R. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wra. Veale, Esq. : V - "■ V*"^ w we The latest election returns fin J m the Telegraph, which give Lubbock 1,915 majority over Gov. Clark. | The Galveston News says a steam cotton rope factory has been established in that city. f|M Jfy Morris R. Reagan, Esq., brother of lion. Jno. R. Reagan, has been ap- pointed, ra ¡til agent for < tk^JState. We 1 .ipe to see him up this wf^are long. * JÉT Many ladies infííe South ate knit- ting woollen socks for the soldiers in the service of the Confederacy. It is a good iuove, and tbeiadies of bur county would do «U to follow their patriotic example. JC2T The report thai some of VVigfall'a regimest were killed by the railroad acci ...

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

aa IjfvpF mk .3*¿LC3ti i'V/c Simile 13 rait ds. \J. •/$. Oak es 'C fie? v - -¿•sé tsi h- ;>rie. for a'd-Vüt*¡i*M *? a Bran I e ¡ ;a por year, to lit* paid when tire 3*'iii ei t-é.i. Any person hu ving mo'-i* i ic simile to advertí??, ft further vli.iiü« (;t three 1/tiilars - n each wi!ib<* made. JI3H A «;/ pcrsítn <>l¡ei>-g *lock braudfdmi>< as# nf the <¡ Wétégtkét brand*, mid > icio a* cireuiuxianté , i* reqn xtul i /'«• «? ¿r fAfr <$fcee of th«ir wkcrea- or otherwise. Ann ,nformution 9*1 H'ock, belonging to any of tbone *iaiiles of tfidr brands, mil «SáSi :: m¿ )d horse l nndñr ro miles ÍBlItRAíS Fosa THlE Southern Confederacy! 15 ment óf As Texas has linked ber falo with that of the Southern Confederacy. J. A. Oakes wouid inform the people of Navarro coun plplplrII^^É . ty, and vicinity, that he has just returned with the largest and most varied assort- SPRING & SUMMER ' f er in Corsicana, which he wishes it DIS. • •- pSg > ~ .¿rV*;'7'"" ' lyZ...

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

*>- i -'it % * * •*«•'- .*.?,. ... P' -' * •*•-1«ü-ww'*.*- • .. * ■ • '.- i *■* THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. R. A. Van Horn,] VOLUME 2. Denoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [ Proprietor CORSICANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER lK 1861. NUMBER 4:;. THE EXPRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: £2 5«, in advance. WM H- NEBLETT. Editor. B A- VAN HOEH, Associate Editor- COESIC ANA: Thursday, September 19, l§<tl. Agents for the Navarro Express. Hillsboro—J. R. Gi-over, E*q.; Waxahachie—J. L. Qraves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. S3TThe Stray Horse Association meets the first Friday in October, (4th day), on Pecan Creek, Hill Connty, near Mr- Sheets' place* |W Mr. Kcitner offers bis place for sale See advertisement. yy Mr. Bean will remain here bnt one week longer. He is a good artist.- Give him a call. J. pF Those indebted to this office will con- fer a favor by paying in corn or wood toon,, as we are in need of both artieles. HT D\ D. S. Caldwell, of Fairfield...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 September 1861

> -|íí ♦ •• -• '--P^ v ; ' •' •>* T ; "* r'¿.' JF«e Simile Brands. fSy" The price for advertising a Brand is Five Dollars per year, to be paid when the t rand is inserted. Apy person haying more than one tac simile to advertise, a further charge of three Dollars on each will be made. J3P" Any persqn nqtipivg xtock branded with g$y Of the follow i g described brands, under fAl*t>iciou8 circumstances, is feqwstcd to in- form the owners or this office oj their wherea- bouts, by letter or otherwise. Any information tn regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those who advertise fac similes of their brands, will be published gratuitously. T>ARRY. A. Cattle «ad horse Xj brand. Hares erop and under bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. 22 KS. F. N. Horse and cattle on the left thigh, in right, under Post Offline, R WH. Hone brand. Rancho creek, Ellis county ; post- Navarro county. 18 W„ hone and cattle horse* on both ,he hip. Marks underelope la eaeh ear. Has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 September 1861

MM. SP& i R. A. Van Horn,] VOLUME 2~ Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, éfc. [Proprietor CQRSICANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1861. NUMBER44 NOW'S YOUR TIME! From the Navarro Ernes, THE FOURTH REGIMENT THE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: $3 50, in advance. WM- H- NEBLETT, Editor. B. A- VAN HORN, Associate Editor- COESICANA: Thursday, September 26,1861. Agents for the Navarro Express. Hillsboro—J. R. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. O^The Stray Horse Association meets the first Friday in October, (4th day), on Peean Creek, Hill Connty, near Mr. Sheets' place- TEXIANS! DEFEND YOUR HOMES! The undersigned will receive the first five Infantry companies that will report them- selves to either of ns at Millican, between the 2nd and 15th of October, for service in the State. This call is from Brigadier-General Hebert, of the Confederate States Array, and by authority from him to the undersigned, ifow. If ever, is a ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 26 September 1861

Simile Brands. The price for adver'.iai-jfir a Brand is Five Dollars per year, to be paiC v'ien the brand is inserted. Aiiy person h • ing rao'f than one fae simile to advertise, a fiirtlier eliarge of 4'bree Dollars mi each will be made. &TA ny person noticing stock broudedwith ! any of the followi <: described brands, iind'i | suspicious circumstances, is requstrd to in ! form the ownerx or thin nffice of their wherea- j bouts, by letter or otherwise. Any information ¡ in regard to lost stock, belonging to iipy of those who advertise fac similes of their brands, u\ll be published gratuitously. Barr.y, a. Cattle and horse brand. Marss crop and unde- bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. 22* Brooks. f. n. Horse and cattle brand ; brands on the left thigh. Marká —J" J. Jl. Oakcs Column. half e lowfork in right, under( lefji. Post Office, RusnT/n e > . 16 % 3 Horse brand. Rancho creek, Ellis county ; post,- icana, Navarro county. 13 ¡Bf£« and cattle f ds hor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 October 1861

ass NAVAR R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 18fil. [Proprietor NUMBER 45. THE EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: $2 50* in advance. WM- H KEBLETT, Editor A. VAN HORN, Associate Editor COSSIG AH A: Thursday, October 3,1861. Agents for the Navarro Express. Hill «boro—J. R. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. f3TThe Stray Horse Association meets the first Friday in October, (4th day), on Pecan Creek. Hill County, near Mr. Sheets' place- Any one desiring to parchase a stock of mares have now an excellent opportunity. See Mr. Dunn's notice in another co lumn. BT Gen. A. S. Johnson has been ordered to take command of the Western división of the army, which includes Kentucky and Mis- sou.i. "The light man in the ri6ht place." tg* We have been shown a cotton stalk from Mr; Wm. A. I.ockhart's plantation, con- taining sixty-four boils and squares. This doe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 October 1861

imile Brands. i% price for advertising a Brant] is Five b&tlars per year, to be paid when the brand iá ¡naerted. Any person having nio'-t than one fac simile to advertise, a furthei charge of Three Dollars on each will b«* made. > jy Any person noticing stock branded wit/- any of the foltoxi g described brands, vndei suspicious circumstances, is reqn stcd to in form the owners or this office of their wherea- bout*, by letter or otherwise. Á n>i information in regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those who advertise fac niles of their brands, will be published gra n 'ously. J\ %H. Oakcs Column. HURRAH FOR THE Southern Confederacy! B ARRY, A. Cattle and hurse Residence two miles en. 22* Horse and cattle' i on the left thigh, k in right, under ' the left. Post Office, Rust* Oi« ity. 15 % 3 brand. Rancho eonnty ; post- avarro county , horse and cattle Jf horses on both on the hip. Marks Has horses gone Post office, Corsicana. 19* HO TD W. P. Cattle and Hol-ses branded on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 October 1861

Wm — J'-L'H.! B. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. {I r oprieto! VOLUME 2. (JORbiCAxNA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. NUMBii.it 45 THE EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: *3 50, in advance. WM H HEBLETT, Editor R. A. VAN HO&H, Associate Editor. CORSIC AHA: Thursday, October It, 1861. Agents for tbe Navarro Express. Hillaboro—J. R. Grover, Esq. Waxahachie—J. L. Gravea, Esq. Dresden—Win. Veale, Esq. During my absence J. C, Trimble is my authorized agent. R. A. VAN HORN\ |J* Through a letter from Capt. Winkler at Richmond we learn that Lieot. H. D. Gar den, formerly of this county, now of the Con- federate army, has been ordered to Missouri. Wherever he goes he carries with him the good w ishes of many here. , Fiat!—The meeting house of the Pin Oak Baptist church, 12 miles South of this town was consumed by fire, on last Sunday night. There had been * 1 arge concourse of peo - pie in attendance on the annual meeting of th ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 October 1861

Simile Brands. (The price for advertising a Brand is illara per year, to he paid when the ^"inserted. Any person having more ! Se file simile to advertise, a further j if fge of Three Dollars on each will be made. ! IWAn V psrson noticing Hock branded with ! any of the fotlowl rj described brands, under ' suspicious circumstance*. is requested to in- j /or the owners or this office of their wherea- bouts, by tetter or otherwise. Any information ' in regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those . who advertise fan simile* of their brands, will be published gratuitously.. 1 BARRY, A. Cattle and horse brand. Mariis crop and under bit in each ear. Residence two railes south of Dresden. 22* ■g J. Jl. Oakes' Column. HURRAH FOR THfi Southern Confederacy! % Hjtp íROOKS. F. N. Horse and cattle on the left thigh. rfork in right, under _ the left. Post Office, RusiTU « Navalfrrcormty. u\ ,WM. Horse brand. Rancho SU county ; post- county. 13 ., horse and enttle f ' Worses on both' r hip. Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 October 1861

"I.—;' i¿1 NAVARRO i R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1861. [Proprietor NIBIííkíTS THE EXPRESS rUBLlSHED EVERT THURSDAY. Terms: §3 5©, In advance* E WM H NEBLETT, Editor. A- VAN HORH, Associate Editor CORSICANA: Thursday, October IT, 18®1. Agents for the Navarro .Express. Hilltboro—J. R. Grover, Esq- Waxahachie—J. L. Grave , Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. FOR PRESIDENT, JEFFERSON DAVIS, OF MISSISSIPPI. POR VICE PRESIDENT, ALEX. H. STEPHENS, OFOBOKOIA. FOR ELECTORS, FOR THE ST 4TB AT LA RGB, H. B, Runnels, H. P. Bee. DI8THICT. 1st. Dist.—F. S. STOCKDALE, 2nd- '• FRED TATE. 3rd. '• M. M. POTTER. 4tli. " THOS. J. JENNINGS. 5th. " NAT TERRY. 6th. " H R. LATIMER. FOR CONGRESS, PETER W. GRAY, OF HOUSTOX. (f3T During my absence J. 0. Trimble is my authorized agent. R. A. VAN HORN. Capt. Wm. Aleltou's company left their encampment near this place, on Satur- day, the 14th inst., for Galvesto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 October 1861

MP ii-U j; l^L-ri;;..'■ .^V-IJLÍALL'. JPac Simile fírands. W Th> ••ri'e« For adven isiu<* a Bran*) is T ve Dollar per year, to be ¡«aid when tlie bfaud ra inserted. Any person having mw'-e than one fae simile to advertise, a farther chargfe of 1'hree Dollar* on e«ch will be made. XW Any pet son noticing stock brandediciih any of the followi g described brands, under suspicion* circumstance*, i* requested to in- form tht ovners or this oifi.ee of their wh>rea- bouts, by letter or otherwise. Any information in regard to lost stock, belonging to any o f those who advertise fao similes of their brands, will • be published gratuitously. wttm J. %fl. Oakes' Column. HURRAH FOR THJE Southern Confederacy! A. . Cattle and horse Marca crop aud under ear. Residence two miles *f Dresden. 2 m -mm? F. N. Horse and cattle' ; brands on the left thigh. fork in right, ander left. Post Office, Rr.tb ci « *■> 15 % 3 ■ ' Bone brand. Rancho 1 county; post- county. 13 and cattle ¡ horses on bot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 October 1861

n ¿ i R. A Van Hbrn.} VOLUME ' - ; * Devoted to Politics, JVews, JLiteruture. Science, Morality, Jlgriculture. § r CO LiSIC AN A, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. mi. THE E PUBLISHED EVEtfY TH-UtisDAY; Terim: «9 30, hi a<Uau«**. WK H HLBLITTTEditcr : B A. VAN HORS, Associate Editor CORSÍCANA: Thursday, October S4, 1861/ •over, igeitlR for tile Navarro Express, Hillsbor WaxihMf Dresden FOIi PRESIDENT, IXttKRSOS DAVIS. or Mississippi. POR VICE PRESIDENT, ALKXH 8TEFHEB8. •F OUOkQIA. FOR ELECTORS, FOR TUK STATE AT LA RGB. M. B. Km upéis, H. P. Bee. DISTRICT. 1st. Dirt.—F. Ü. STOCK DALE, ünd- •• FRED TATE. *rd. " M. M. POTTER. 4h. " TIH'Sj i. JENMÜG3. 6th. " KAT TEirtiY. stb. - h r. latimer. foR cong kEss, PET EE W GRAY í OF houston • IfStT During my absence J. C. Tumble m my authorised agent. K. A. VAN 110RK. f pT Mr. IfebU'tH offers hi* firm tad dwe:* ling house tor sale or rent. See advert wo- men*. *, We are under obigations to Mr. John Jones, a«itiz«n of ibi eounty, no* in Richmond, for sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 October 1861

The price for ttdver isiu* a. bra ad is l>e?Urt per year, to be paid when (be Find is inserted. Any person having more ben one tac simile to adverti*e. further Charge of Lbree 1'ollsrs on r.ioh will be made. {4T Any per 9Q > noticing %ioc¡: brantltdmih «« y of the follow' g described brands, under twifjicivu* cimtm*lance , is requ ited to in- form the owner* or thi* office of their wkerea* bout*, by fitter or oiherwia*. J ny information in regard to lout lock, belonging to any of those who advertise ft- xinii/ex of their brand*, will b* published yratultounly. LXAUKY. A. Cattle and horse X^br<n l. Mars crop and onde* b i ia e icb ear Residence two mil ho' ••-tiftfii. «, 2V* B. "IS. i?'.. N. Hui- e and catil- brn. i4; -• and on the left thisjh % 3 iukkvuiok the Southern Confederacy! As Texas has linked tier fate with tha* r__Vf of the Southern Confederacy. ««•' • .wfork in right, und half or p > • left Poet Office. ílu¿u o Navar •. :«. lo CRt •. '* ¿i 1<. ¿e brand. R$n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 31 October 1861

mse^. mí "f ' fi sft t : - . ,.•>- . ^ í \ R. A. Ván Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYe.Ois, Literature, Science, Mora^itUyi'lgricnlturc, Sfc. jPropr -v±— — VOLUME 2. CORSICA*A, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3Í.WI. NUM THEM * ü JUED SVRRY THURSDAY. r 4 ms: |9 50, in advance. W* H KEBLETT. Editor R. A- VAN HORN, Aesociats Editor COESICANA: Thursday, October 31. 1861. J Qli U ...■J. -Ji J'Li.' ü -I Jl.Lr..-" - J- — ? ' AgenU (or the Navarro Express. Waxahachie—JUL Orares, Esq. Dresden— Wro. Veale, Esq. as FOR PKE.slDEJfT, JEFFERSON DAVIS. or Mississippi. POR VICE PRESIDENT. ' H- STEfmE*S, f OFGBOKOJX." FOR rLECTORS, pok TUB ei ate AT la hqs, H. R. Rnn4^^« H' I*• Bee* DI8THICT. 1st. 3 -TOCKDALE, , 2nd- " • FT.F,I) TATE. ¿ 3id. " W. if. POTTER. " 4fi •• TllOft" J. JtfKMNGS. 6ih. « NAT TERRY, «ib. " H- R. LATIMER. FOR CONGRESS PETER W. GRAY. OF HOtfoTON- ■A FOUR i H TEXAS REGIMENT. : V * ■ —"T? correspondent of t^c Houston Telegraph he following as tlie companies campo .e Fourth Regitufi.t : ■>.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 31 October 1861

; Jü@liLüftlf'-X —'-Li-1 Brands.' J. %£. Oakes' Column. XW T he pric for sduflftiae uj>rapd e Five Dollars per yearj®piw^idfii!ii<.'i« the brand «inserted. Aajperacm having ino-e than one fao simile • advertí**,^ aJoi'tb*' • chtóg^gf IhnyJUoüara oacaehyili be made. j^jP* Any person noticing Hock brandedwith *18/if-ike fob(m¡ g de&ribtd brand*, -under H*yirion* circumstance*, is requested to in- form he ouiper* or this office of their wherea- bout. by utter, or otherwise. Any information in. retard to iost Voctc, belonging to any of those advertise far similes of their brands, trill i shed grahiiUj/wly, #> IrtRY, A. Cátlle and horse AJ hría#. ilaia- crop and unde b¡t in, each ear Kesideuee twomil #owrfv.p<-. ;n'«Pd«f . 29* j ) <i ;• KS. 1" N. ttor*e a • 1 eaati . 13 brand ; «rands on the leff thuh M tü «aatiowfork in rig i, l • ^ ba!f e >••>{ "ti 'bí1 lefy. Post Office, Jt«- he • ■ 4 vv M Horse brand. Ranchó O .s ih creek. Ellis eoutfty ; pop t,. Navarro oout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 November 1861

% mm NAVARRO R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture §c. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1861. I Proprietor NUMBER "¿F THE EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Terms: $3 50, ill advance. WM- H. NEBLETT, Editor. A. VAN HORN, Associate Editor. Abolitionism and its Ecmedy. the C OB SIC A 5 A: Thursday, Isvember 7,1S61. Battle at Leesburg ! Agents for the Navarro express. VTaxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—-Wm. Veale, Esq. jpy Tallow wanted. Apply at this office. per The first frost of the sea«on fell here last Thursday night, list ult. fW A wagon load of Texas made pianos arrived in town yesterday for sale. %W Mr. Emile La Sere has been appointed Confederate States Commiseioner to Mexico. or Gov. Brown has been elefed Govern or of Georgia by about 12.000 majority. pT It is supposed that a beef packing es- tablishment will Boon be opened somewhere on Red river-for the Confe erate Government pT M. A. Long, Eaq., of Tyltfr, has b...

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