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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 November 1861

Simile Brands. [•/. Oakes Column, HURRAH FOR TH1G The ;>ric«s for adv^riisiu# a Brarj'l is ! Fív* Dollar# per year, to be paid when the i brand i* inserted. Any p«rsoo having mo -e I than one fae simile to advertise, a further i cbsrge of three Dollars on each will be nado. ! tW Any person noticing stock branded with ®'*y °f the followi g described brands, under i. suspiciouscircumstance?, is requested to in- form the owner* or this ojfice of their ichcrea- j bouts, by letter or othertvi&e. A iiy information ¡ *h regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those j who advertise fat simile* of their brands, will ¡ be. published gratuitously. A. Cattle and horse Marts crop and under bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. 22* Southern Confederacy! BAKRY brand. % "13 ROOKS- fl brand ; brands on the left thigh. Marks swallowfork in right, under half eropoff the left. Post Office, Ruefa Ou* <i Navarro county. BÍMÉIHÍI 3 r, WM. Horse brand. Rancho creefe Ellis count...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 November 1861

'V •am THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeios, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. [Proprietol VOLUME 2. THE EXPRESS Telegraphic News- CORSICANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1861. I do not Like to Hear Him Pray. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Terms: $9 50, in advance. WM- H HEBLETT. Editor- B A. VAN HORN, Associate Editor. CORSICANA: Thursday, November 14, 1861. Agents for lite Navarro express. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves. Esq. Dresden—ffm. Veale, Esq. Election Returns- The. following official vote of Navarro county has been kindly furnished us by the County Clerk: for congress. P.W.Gray, 259; A. P. Wiley, 103. Wm. R. Reagan, 11. ELECTORS. H. P. Bee, 232; J. D. McAdoo, 170; Runnels, 161; Lott, 1C8; Ireland,122; Stockdale, 255; Upshaw, 27G; Neal, 66; Stell, 208; Wilson, 81; Bantoo, 26; Rich /udton, 62; W. D. Wood, 28; Jennings, 323; Charlton, 48; Steadman, 221; Hall, 49; Terry, 109; E. R. Hoard, 28; Latti mer, 230; Throckmorton, 120; J. W. Dancy, 29. The vot...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 November 1861

-J—. 'liJ Simile Brands. ie price for advertising a Brand n )ollais per year, to be paid when tlu I Is inserted. Any person having mo'i one fac simile to advertise, a furthei of Three Dollars on each will be made ' Any pert oil noticing stock brandedwitb in y of the foilowi g described brands, undei suspicious circumstances, is requested to in form the owners or this office of their wherea- bouts, by letter or otherwise. Any information in regard to lost stock, belonging to any of those toho advertise fac similes of their brands, will be publMed gratuitously. Barry, a. Cattle and hurse brand. Marcs crop-and under bit in each ear. Residence two miles •oath of Dresden. 22* % BROOKS. F. N. Horse and cattle brand ; brands on the left thigh. Marks swallowfork in right, under half crop off the left. Post Office, Ruth Urt#a Navarro county. I5 3 I^ROFT, WM. Horse brand. Rancho on Mill creek, Ellis county ; post- office Corsicana, Navarro county. 13 , G. W„ horse and cattle JI , Branda hoi -...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 November 1861

/ r i m . « R. A. Van J* VOLUME Devoted to Politics, JYetcs, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. [Proprietor - CORSICANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1861. THE EXPEESS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. * Terms: |2 50, in advance. WM. H- NBBLETT Editor- A- VAN HORN, Associate Editor *S«- ' CORSICANA: Thursday, November 21, 1861. Agents (or tile Navarro Express. Waxahachie—J. L. Graves, Esq. Dresden—Wm. Veale, Esq. VALEDICTORY. With this issue my connection, which jias lasted over eighteen months, as editor will cease. In fact, it is the intention of Mr. Van Horn, my associate, who is now, and baa ever been, the entire o^per and publisher of the Express, to suspend its publication for a time. Necessity compels this course on his part, as it*$¡d heretofore Blankets for the Soldiers. By the communication of Mr. G. S. Boynton, now at Richmond, and a mem- ber of the Navarro Rifles, it will be seen that blankets are much needed by our boys who have so gallantly responded to the call of the...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 November 1861

—— Simile Brands. The priaKur d ^? rtising a Brand is Dollars per^^ai*?^ be psv the is insertedj^^jky per~ot> having mo'-c than one fac simile to advertise, a further charge of I hrof.Jpilars on each will be made. riT Any pjrsori noticing stock branded with any <>f the faUam g described brands, ynder suspicious ¿ireum stances, is requested to in- form the owners or this office of their wherea- boHtm, hy, letter ar otherwise. Any information in renard to lot/stock, belonging to any of those who Advertise fan similes of their' brands, wilt be published gratuitously. BARRY, A. Cattle and horse brand. Marsa crop and undei bit in each ear. Residence two miles south of Dresden. '22* r-rn IT" uv J. «1. Qakes" Column. HURRAH FOR THE * Southern Confederacy! BRUUKS. F. N. Horse and cattle brand ; brai^| on the left thigh. Marks sw*llowflrc in right, under half crop off the left: Post Office, Rueb Or? e í, Navarro county. mé- CROFT, WM. Horse brand. Rancho oa Mill creek, Ellis county ...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 31 March 1864

VOLUME i. \ CMSICAÑA. THURSDAY, MAR. 31,18ti4. NÜMBK .fi mi. i i« ii.í r i i , i ii * i :nr i. „ . 1,1 -" " *J ' ----- - - . - ./ . í?Ü if necessary, taking die ¿Slate Records with bridge over Pemuukey river, Ge . Lee j su*{ieosiotj shall apply only tf tjie cases of them. ^ [sent a large cavalry tofce to leaio wii.it parsons arreted ur detained by order of" rev mm Fortress Monroe; Marcli 4—Tbe rebel fwas the matter. ; the President, Secretary of ^ar, or the nvp vr*JT®¡* ® ! G«o«r '* Fitzhugh Lee, arrived here this f Gen. Guslar is in the rear of Cbarlolts General Officer commanding the lraos«. * * V 4 t \ 1 ' | Hiorning from Kurt Lafnyett6 [ viil^t where Evvell' eurjx confront* liini* «lltiU&cy OepaiíitóB ^ ty j. o Subérriptiun received without ike Lath j 'J lie blockade tutu tercio, recently cap j; Lotigstreel'* eor]>so is in Richmond; itUred off tne coast of North Carolina, basf Kilpatrick's force of dx thousand. had arrived here, and reports heavy firing in|24 to 26 feour'...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 31 March 1864

v .. -fc.. i •- : ,j¿i.. fc :-*s r mmL- m mm w*m* WM-i. — SALE OF STATE BONDS, toe A I, WI3IS. it may be toujour interest) of II. It. Morre 11 and (if MagMKi mmr^ 1ÍK % S i jfcrtrttfog* . _4 . .1 jpf?" We are to «gg that.our towu&man, S. \\ * ¡I, lias opened a mutton 1, 8ml we are informed that he in tends io Ireei^tlie market applied with , and wit can vouch the furnished « freo from k-ab and excellent. Ju his acquaintance* it is un> necessary tosay that he is an accommoda ti% gentleman and n good butcher. jfsTW ithfe week publish .it length the jgr~ - BÍfij continue to gi/e each week one or more*of the most important U*v passed by our late Congress, tow it : The Law to Tax, fund and limit the c urrwicy. The Tax Law of J 8f 4, the act of Conscrip lion, ¿t*. iLc. -;Nun-suWcrtJbefs wishing tu obtain these important la**s or any of them, woti'd do weti to speak for them J vf re they are issued, as wjíl not issue JM COptO*. S S>. £ - -*■ __ A eunerpohdciii of 4he iioubtun rn&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 June 1864

MM 1864. iS Ü MBK& 44 -- • Terms eík , m ••• i = Six Mo Kins j Owr- ^:3Plr-. • - J&! ^0fM^S€ripiiMrectiv6d wiihout ihefksk T. W. earncri IMit®*. J. C, Trimble, PMbli*lier In %'onsidefiog tbe state of tbe country, the reflection is uatu/aily suggested thai this is tile third Congress of the Oonfede rate.States of, America. The J'rovisiona Government was formed, its Congreás béíf four sessions^lived.its appointed-term am pSased away. lie peí maneota Gover meet iras.then'organized, _ partmanls established, a Congres#1 elected wbich «Mr he!d tour m COSStt^iODHi 4eto oasd; ¥on, the seoasd Congress under the per —— líi'uieut Government; ére now. ataein bled afe^e tuse and piaee appointed by law foteommeneing your eesaios. All these tog in failure to. ex ecu to the terms ] to make <£ea*fo£&| deliveries ' VriSQ0«t-s, rd then suspend action * ith- oat%darent cause. I confess my iñabií- k"> i£0cmprehe«d their policy or pur- a care„are sessions, «eriiá its ne9#of release frnn...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 June 1864

J > . 4 "fe , : : I ■lr- | k •".••« - '.; v ilSBJil _ i LOCAL ITEMS. or We are authorised an4requested to announce K. M. STELL, of county, a candidate for District Attorney for this the 13th Judicial District, composed of Madison, RuUertson, Falls, Limestone, Hill, Navarro, Freestone aud Leon counties. Election first Mouday in August next.*" The News.—For several days past the quidnuncs of our community have been deprived of their usual quatt-uuM^ossip. The elementsjgem j4Ljg_i*ave conspired to keep iba good citizens of Corsicana in blissful igttor nce/>f the progress of events in almost all parts of jhe world. Rain, hail and ¿tortus have been the order of the day for w«M-ks, and the circle of our visiters has been bounded by Chambers, Holland and Post Oak for a long time; ad-4«>n«qUfjit!y we have but little gjjws. Croakers are feasting upon the heavy food of their own dark, gloomy aud fruitful im agination. We are in hopes, and have full confidence however, that the next g...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 November 1864

■ - v-i :■ ■ .- • VOLUME 5. CUÜ!S1(JAJNA, THURSDAY, NOV. 10. 1864. NUMBER 11 T. W. darner, Editor. #• C. Trimble, Publisher. COBSICANA: Latest News. Camden, Oct. 28. New York, Oct 17.—Butler say bis losses at Darby town on the 15th were tbree hundred and fifty-two officers. He has* placed the rebel prisoners on Dutch Chip. The rebel fire since ceased. Richmond papers claim a great victo- ry on the 16th. No ne* movements in either army reported up to this date.— The enemy at last accounts were massing their cavalry on our left to dash on the Weldon railroad. It is supposed that twenty five rebel captured the Roanoke, among them Brainn, who captured the Chesapeake and the engineer oí the Harriet Lane, "The Tribune claims tbree thousand Union majority in Pennsylvania. Heavy Union majcrity-in Ohio. Cincinnati, Oet. 17.—Communications is again open With Sherman. He w as nine miles from Dalton Saturday noon. Hood left Dalton Saturday afternoon in the direction of Bridgeport. Sherman moved...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 November 1864

:¿r > «5 iOCAt ITEMS. ímm . due Hon. J,; R. a copy of the Governor's - bill has been introduced in our atid paired tbe lower House, for tbe sup- the indigentfam of Texas soldiers.'' we ara in receipt publisbsd ai arrangement : tba work and entities every friend of edu* State, bro. Cusbing. May of the T our good people in future no more of Yankee school purchase them at such ra*ei at borne, arranged by I jpd publUbed by Texas agree to «sacrifice some little of our private opinions to the attainment of that end so devoutly to be wished for, freedom from Yanky tyranny. Leave the government in the ¿hands in which we have placed it, and hereafter hold them to a strict account! Again, if we would have our government an efficient one, we must sustain by every^ Ctedü. effort in our power, ita officers from the highest to the lowest, in the performance of their duties. Let us not give aid an<^> comfort to our enemies by our grumbling. at and vilification of them on account of their ...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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