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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 4 February 1860

Howard Association. - PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution^established by special JUndosnneni, for the relief of the Sick and Distressed,af/ticted with Virulent and Epidem- ic Disease*, end especially for the Cure^ Diseases of tie Sexual Organs. MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting sWem, to all who apply by fetter with ajdiwciption of their condition, (age, occupation, habitó of life, Ac.,) and in eases of extreme poverty/Uedicines furnished ^ValuaWe^eports on Spermatorrhoea, and other diseases of the SexullOrgans. and on the new remedies employe* in the Dispensa- ry, sent to the afflicted in «sealed letter en- velops, free of charge. Tw| or three stamps far postage will be accepta Address, Dr. J. Skillin Surgeon, Howard Associati Ninth street, Philadelphia, the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTW Fairchild, Secretary. lUghton, Aeting No. 2 South By order of L President, nll-y Notice. THE copartnership existing between W. M. LOVE and D. B. SMITH, will ex- pire en the 7th day of Januar...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 4 February 1860

tí* Eighth Legitlature. 1. An act f.o empower the Mayo'-, Al- ¿«muin and inhabitants of the city of Gal- veston, to issue bonds for the construction of a bridge, fifum the Island of Galveston to the main land, in aid of the^ (Jrafves- ton Houston and Henderson Railroad ; and j 10. An act to changa the'time of hold- ing the District Courts in the 6th "Judicial District. 11. An act for the protection of the Frontier. 12. An act to amend the 4th section of an act, allowing discounts and set-uffs, passed 5th February, 1840. V3t An act to create the 20th Judicia to validate thfe bonds by them issued, or to . District of the State of Texas. b issued, for such purpose; and to impose ; 14. An act to repeal an act, creating a *'sp«cial ta* to pay the interest on said j svslem of bankruptcy, any regu'a'ing ihe builds, and tó provide a fund to meet said ( rollection of foreign debts. Mudi when due. 1 15. An act to make an appropriation 2. An act to be entitled an act, for the j for furnishing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 11 February 1860

CíllíSlEiTIONS ÉR * t . For tli« Navarro Exprés . The Union. Eds. Express : The politics of the pres- ent 4ay aro beginning to assume a gloomy Appearance. The honesty of a man, and particularly of a politician, who fearlessly and* naturally "expresses his love for the Union, ia doubted. True patriotism con- sists, according to the demagoguery of the present day, in a fierce love for a dissolu- tion of the Union. Party strife has been reduced to a science, which adds a species of pride to each party, large or small, tEft is nothing more nor less than anarchy. _ When did party pride, ere this, exhibit * its hydra-head in Congress—in such a ' hideous formas to produce and keep up a non-organization of the House of Repre. •«n atives ! Where'is the patriotism that once glowed in the bosoms of our Con- gressmen! You will find it in the private avocations of life; not in Legislative, nor Congressional Halls. Why do not the South Americans in Congress unite with the democrats in elect- ing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 11 February 1860

m NAVARRO EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Terms: |3 SO, ^dya^e. r,^^TE- f 1 & 38 9 5 %II ««¡py en* year, in advance, . ... $9 SO " «• <• paid in six months, 2 OC «t « •« • " end of the year, 4 Ou ADVE^TISEMESTaa: )ti iqnare. one insertion, . • . $ 1 00 \jwh subsequent insertion, .... '0 ?ne square on« year, 10 0<> On* oolumn.changeJ quart erjv.one ye^r.80 Ot. 5¿If .. .« .. .. 40 0 ' aarter " £ " " " 25 00 AN'NOUNCKMEIITB, For Connty ♦ffieera, ..,..$ S 00 frer ¡átate and District officer*, . 10 0o Marriage end Obituary notices exceeding lines charged for as advertisements. In Advertisements tea lines or less censti 4 it* a square. All legal advertisement* mflst b* paid for advance. JOB PRINTING Of evety description neatly and pramjptly zecuted at reasou#bl« rates. jy J. R. PORTER, Tax Assessor and Collector for this county, 1 our authorisod agent. pg~ The Publishers of the Texa* Pioneer Fairfield, are authorized to make contract^ and receipt for this office- comic AN A:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 11 February 1860

m ■SRPF Hard Cement.—The following cement has been used with great success in cover- ing terrace , lining basins, soldering stones, &c, and everywhere resists the filtration of water. It is so hard that it scratches iron. It is formed of ninety-three parts of well burned brick, and seven parts of litharge, made plastic with linseed oil. The brick and litharge, are pulverized; the latter mutt always be reduced to a very fine powder; they are mixed together, and enough of linseed oil added. It is then ap- plied in the manner of plaster^ the body that is to be covered being always previ- ously wet with a sponge. This precaution is indespensible, otherwise the oil would filter through the body, and prevent the mastic from acquiring the desired degree of hardness. When it is extended over a . large surface, it sometimes happens to have Aiwa in it, which must be filled up with * a fresh quantity of the cement. In three or four days it becomes firm.—Scientific American. On the 7th inst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 11 February 1860

JLaítyers1 Cards. J. L. Balbert, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Coraicana, Navarro county, Texas, will practice in the coun ties of Navarro, 5¿eLeunan, Hill, Ellis, tree atone, Limestone and Henderson. Wm. Henry-Parks, ATTORNEY AND CuUiSSELOlt AT LA^. Bonham, Fannin county, Texas, WILL attend to all business connecter with his profession. n2 •R! U. Mills Alk*a *< 1>kr B fcat MILLS A BEATO*, fttfonm it iiw, COKSIC ANA, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS. Win. H. Mitchell. attorney atlam AND GENERAL LAND AGENT. Corsicana, Texas WILL practice in the 13th and 16th .lu dieial Districts, and attend promptly to all business entrusted t'o hi* «■ -« p Winkler & Sweatiuau, ^ATTORNEYS AT LAW,'" 1 * m g * CORSICANA, Navarro county. Texas. > 8 > j. C, C. Winch. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Corsicana. Navarro Co„ Texas. WILL practice in the Courts of the 18tli and 16th Judicial districts. Will ais give especial attention to the collection of claims, the investigotion of land titles, and all business perta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 18 February 1860

The Trae Doctrine- Good can come out of Nazareth. Pos- sibly there is enough of the vital principle to leaven the whole. We cümmend the following resolutions of a portion of the New Hampshire Democracy to oar read- ers. The comments are made by the Con- cord (N. H.) Democratic Standard. The Democratic Convention for Senato- rial District number Four was held in this city on Tuesday, .the lO.b inst. The Convention was organized by the choice of Abel Baker, Esq., of Concord President, and J. W. Butterfield, Esq.,Sec- retary. On motion, a committee of five were appointed to adopt resolutions. On motion, Henry P. Rolfe, Esq., was nomina- ted for Senator. William F. Goodwin, Esq., Chairman of the Committee on res- olutions, then reported the following which were unanimously adopted: " Resolved, That the Constitution of the United States is a compaot between inde pendent sovereign States, possessing equal rights and powers, and secures to each,and the whole, equal privileges and pretectio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 18 February 1860

asm NAVARRO EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY Term*: $3 MS in advance. KEV. N.P. MODRALL, K. A. VAN HORN, Editors. Om copy o J«*rt in advance, . . . . $3 5<> ** v * ptyd in six tuontke, 3 0< <v '■* 'A 14 end of the year, 4 Go $ 1 ADVERTISEMENT^ : H* square, oue insertion, . • . . S*eh subsequent insertion, . . , *ue square one yearv 10 0< On* column,chugged quarlerlj\one y car, SO 0* Half M " " " v. 45 oi Quarter "■ % «« «a m ¿¿ oo announcements, for County officers, ft Of Far ¡átate aud DUtriot officers, . 10 frO Marriage and Obituary notices exceeding linea obliged fur as advertisements la Advertisements ten lines or less consti I ita a square. AU legal advertisements must ba paid for i advance. JOB PRINTING Of every description neatly and promptly xecuted at reaaonabla ratea. J. R. PORTER, Tax Assessor and Collector fur tUia county, \s our authorized •gent. «-The Publishers of the Texaa Pioneer Pairfield, «fe authorised to make contracts and receipt for this office....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 18 February 1860

m IF YOU WANT TO BUT 0 r o ceries LOW, CALL ON H W. TATE A C O. Pay up J Pay up t THOSE indebted to WM. M. LOVE A CO. •re requested to come forward and set- tle forthwith, or they will have an officer after them. nl3 Notice to Directors aud Stock- holders. rpHE Directora of the Navarro county Ag JL rieultural and^Mechanical Association, are hereby notified t of the Directory of the 24th inst. Also, as many of conveniently attend w is some important basin at that time. By order of the Preside; nl3-lt J. B. J attend a call meeting id Society, on Friday, Stockholders as can •lease do so, ¡as there to, be transacted ¡TES, Secretary. J. •Attorney at, ySpence, ' General Land ' Corsicana, JTava WILL Attend to his eare prom, is any part of the State, mission, to Hon. H. A, Wise, ex-G A. Btewart, M. C., Md; Judge T. A. Spence, Md. county,1 Texas. entrusted to . Money collected He refers, by per- lusiness Hoi of Va.; Hon. J. [J. D. Jones, Md.; nl3-y E, DBAVE, DENTIST, ^^^^TWJSLV&mijes sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 18 February 1860

Lawyers' Cards. J. Mj. Halbfrl, ATT )RNEY AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarro eo .nty, Texas, will practice in the couu tiee ut Navarro, McLennan, IliH, Ellis, tree ■tone, Limestone and Henderson. Win. Keury Parks, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Bonhani, Fannin cnwnty, Texas, attend to all business «onnectoí' with bis profession. n2 R Q. Mill*. Ali san-der B¡;.uo> MILLS & BBATOI, &TT01IIYS IT WW, CORSICANA., NAVARRO COUNTY, TP.XAS. Win. II. NitflK-IVi attorney AT LAW anl> general land-. agent. Corsicana*, Texan WILL practice i-a the 131.1 and 16th Ju- dicial Districts, and attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care, way, 59 a Winkler & Swcat*if«i, * ATTORNEYS AT LAW, corsicaxa, Navarro county, Texas. * W ► H K ► J O C. Wisicli* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Corsicana. Navarro Co., Texas. ^TTILL practice in the Courts of the 13th T V and !6th Judicial districts. Will also give especial attention to the collection o1 claims, the investigotion of land titles, and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 25 February 1860

THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. \jA \ I'll not leave th^, thou lone one, To starve in the pen, Since thy mates are all pork cow Die shait thou with them; Then thus do Ioffer The knife to thy throat, ▲ «1 thou shait be pickled, Like every dead shoat. And may I be present When thou art the treat, R. A. VAN HORN,] DEVOTED TO NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE, MORALITY, AGRICULTURE, &C. [PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 1. CORSICANA, FEBRUARY 25, 1860, NO. 14. Suddenly a more musical voice than the former fell upon his ear. This time he was not afraid, but sitting up in his miserable couch, he saw a figure that seemed to lift itself lo the wall; a ray of intense brightness outlined alt its form; its eyes blazed, yet there was a mild beauty in them every time they looked into his own. "Little one, I am your father," said the form, in melting accents. 44 I -don't think you can be my father," whispered the boy timidly. " My father used to look very old, indeed ; and he got and wore a crutch ; there were wri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 25 February 1860

\ NAVARRO EXPRESS ^ l , , : PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Itnan i $9 SO, in advance* REY. N.P. MODHALL, > R A. VAN HORN, f Editors. $ $ & 32 8; Om eepy we year, in advance, .... $2 «0 " " M ** paid in six months, 3 #0 **' " '* M " end of tba year, 4 00 * 1 QO Oo ADVERTISEMENT-/: )b« square, one insertion, . < lull subsequent insertion, . . >m square one year, ...... One oolunin,changed quarterly,one y«" r on nn Half U f .. * -'.80 00 Quarter " " •« «t 00 > ja 00 ANKOUICCK^reKTO. For County officers, Far State and D'rftrict^fficers, * Marriage tnd Obituary notices exceeding MS lines charged for as advertisements. . Ia Advertisements ten lines or less consti t ite a squara. All legal advertisements must ba paid for 1 advance. JOB PRINTING «Vei y description neatly and promptly tecuted at reasonable rates. J.'R. PORTER, Tax Assessor and Collector for this county, ia our authorized agent, HP The Publishers of the Texas PioBeer Fairfield, ara authorized to make contracts and r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 25 February 1860

tf the Puibtic. this date on, I do not wish to prac- : either Medicine, Obstetrics or Surge- ry. but attend, to the business of Druggist. ^11 prescriptions win be carefully compound «d either night or day, by myself or W, R, Powers. THUS. N. CARTER. Febrnary M, 1860. IP YOfJ WART TO BUT oeeries LOW, CALL ON W. TATE AC O. J; T. Spence, Law,9 General Land •¿geni, _ Navarro county, Texas. rILL attend to all business entrusted to lúa ©are promptly. , Money collected any part of the Sute, lie refers, by per- istion, to ^Soa, U. A Wwe, ex-Gov. of Va.; Hon. J. A; 8tewart, M. C., Md ; Hon. J. D. Jones, Md; fudge % A. 8penee, Md. nl3-y 1860. 1860. up l "1 indebted to ' Pay up ! WM. M. LOVE ACO, are requestecd to come forward and set- tle forthwith, av they will have an offioer after theBU nlS E. DBAIV E, DENTIST, TWELVE miles south-east of Corsi- flHT eana, Texas, returns hi/thanks to jDLt the eitisens of this and adjacent counties for past patronage, and will be pleated to work for those wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 25 February 1860

-9BB9 Cards. Halbert, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarre eonnty, Texas, wfil practice inj£ tie* of Kavarro, McLennan, Hill •tone, Limestone and Hend Wm Hen^ Parks, ATTORNEY *AND^^^SEL0R_A'1, LAW, Bonham^™ni county, Texas, WILL lo all business connected ibis profession. n2^ MlUA AtEXAKDKR B*ATON i MILLS & BEATO , tTTOBIlTS IT l&Wj COKSICAN A, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS. JMerchandise. C. Davidson & Bro's CHEAP CASH STORE C 0 It S 1 U A N A , Navarro county, Texas. We are now receiving a supply of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, liootf? and Shoes, | * ^ Ilats, etc., etc., ¡ wh'c'i we offer at the very lowest figures | for (JASII. We intend keeping constantly a general . f- _ *?V,^i*0'VCyí, r a tit assortment of the above articles, aud in A aNL> GENERAL LAND AGENT. j addition, a firil assortment of Corsicana, Texas. ! . Staple and *«ncy Groceries, WILL practice in the 13th and 16th Ju- | to suit all customers. dicial Districts, and attend promptly j The patronage of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 March 1860

THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. MB R. A. TAN HORN,] Devoted to JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1860. NUMBER 15. Pay the Printer —A Christmas Call Th« followiag, which is old, is like wine, tor it it good. It ia also, as Samivel Weller would taj, " not only werry excellent, but rwerry mueh to the pint." Bar* comea winter, here «somas winter, .' Storm of bail—md enow—and sleet— ísy the Printer, pay the Printer, * Let him warm nia hands and feet. Bare comes winter, here eomes winter, Whitening every hill and dale ; Pay (ha Printer, pay the Printer, Sand yonr money by the mail. Pay the Printer, pay the Printer, All remember his just due, la cold winter, in cold winter. Ha wants ea*h as well aa yon, Ifarry winter, marry winter, It will be if all do right; Par the Printer, pay the Printer, Vo the thing that is polite. Happy winter, happy winter, Bark! the jing*thig of the bells ; . To the Printer, to the Printer* _ What sad ...

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

HAVARRO EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Terms: $9 M, in advance. REV. N.P. MODRALL, 1 R. A. VAN HORN, f Editoks. 19 & W, 01 Put t pj one year, iii advance, .... $2 60 «« m v. «• paid in six months, 3 00 Congress and the Federal Constitution, al- of any man in this nation to undertake an 14 estimate of the value of the Union.*' Would that it were so still. But alas ! we have fell$q 09 evil times. Disunion first hecame a political battle cry in the days of South Carolina nullification. Since that time it has waxed louder and louder, until now gravo legislatures can pass laws \n the most direct conflict with the laws of <« w. « " end of the year, 4 00 ADVERTISEMENT* J square, one insertion, . . , ♦ 1 00 ¿ach subsequent insertion, . . , . 60 ">M square one year, . . , . , . 10 Oo Oaecolumn,changed quarterly,one y ear,80 00 J^alf. •• «.«. " •« •• 45 00 Quarter M « " '• •* 00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. ^or County officers, B 00 For ¡átate and District officers, . 10 00 Marriage and Obituar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 March 1860

VALUABLE GIFTS ! For the Year I860 ! nromptlj filled and forwerded with the most possible dispatch. Send for & classified cata logue of books, which will be sent gratis to any person who will send their address. Or- der any book that you may want, remit the usual retoil price, together with the amount required for postage, and one trial will as- suue you that the best place in the country to purchase books, is at the Gift Book Establish- ment of GEORGE G. EVANS, Originator of the Gift Book Enterprise, No 439 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Important te Book Buyers! OWING to the extensive patronage be- stowed apon The Original Gift Book Enterprise, instituted in 1854 by George G. Ivans, and from the increased facilities of the establishment, and the inducements of fared by the leading manufacturers and pub- lishers, he is now prepared to distribute more ▼alnable Gifts than heretofore, to all who patronise his liberal method of disposing of new and standard books, and to award a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 March 1860

Lawyers' Cards. M. L. rialbert, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarro county, Texas, will practice ia the coun- tiea of Navarro, McLennan, Hill, Ellis, Free- stone. Limestone and Henderson. Wm. Henry íarks, ¿TTORAEr AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Bonkam, Fannin county, Texas, lAfILL aiteod to all busiuess connected . with bis profession. n2 jnnn ALbXA.MiER BEATON '&L8 & BEATOS, 1TT98I1TS IT LiVj CORSICANA, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS. Win. H. Mitchell, ATTORNEY AT LAW and general land agent. Corsicana, Texas. WILL practice in the 18th and 16th Ju- dicial Districts, and attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care; May, '50 Winkler & Sweetm^u, '"iTTORNEYSATLAW,; ^ 3 2 ® " corsicana, \ - Navarro county, Texas. *? J. C, C. Winch, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarro Co,, Texas. WILL practice in the Courts pf the 18th and 16th Judicial districts. Will also gira especial attention to the collection of elaims, the investigotion of land titles, and eli business pertaining ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 March 1860

NAVARRO iJu.L i' wm R. A. VAN HORN,] «a M <1 ; .«, Devoted to JYeios, Literature, Science, Jtforality, Jlgriculture, Sfc. [PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1860. NUMBER 16. ' Jh liut Bote of Snmnur. -- imr • f|*5 ¡ • ' —:— * TH the laA rose of «nrurntr Left blooming done, ¿ad lovelj oompaEions - tfo rosebud is nigh.J .1-; fjo *sflfe«tbSek her blushes . x ' Or gire sigh for sigh! 1 FIT not. leave thee, thou lone one, To pine on the stem, * Bine* the lovely «re sleeping, Go, sleep thou with them ; Thus kindly I scatter Thy leaves o'er thy Wed, Where thy mates ef the garden lie scented and dead. So soon may I follow When friendships decay, And from love's shining circle The gems drop away ! Whan true hearts lie withered, And iond ones are flown, Oh 1 who would inhabit This bleak world alone! The Last Line of Type- 'Tis the last line of matter ■' '' Left standing alone, AU the rest of the column Lies 4 own by the stone; So typo will own it, No foreman is nigh, To ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 March 1860

EXPRESS TP BUSHED EVER Y SATURDAY Tv-rius t $3 SO, in «dvancc, REV. N. P. MOpJULL,) ft. A. VAN JJORbi, \ Rditoks. f £ & e 0 s One « ri y« r. > advance f 2 £0 " V " " "i •'* months, S 00 " " " *' " end of the j tar, i 00 ADVERTISEMENT/ ; ^Uf square, one insertion, . • , . $ I Q0 iaeh subsequent insertion 50 ) tie equare 09c yean ...... 10 Do One column,ekacgedquarterlv.one year,80 00 n.jf . .. ; .. - 3'45 00 Quarter V " •• 00 announcements. Tor County officers, . . . . . $ 5 00 ler ¡Sljaú and District officer% . 10 k0 Marriage and Obituary notices exceeding *a lines charged for fs advertisements, la Advertisements tea lines or less consti I ite a square. All legal advertisements must be paid for < advance. JOB PRINTING 4>( eveiy description neatly and promptly xecyted at reasonable rat vs. ———— I I I M . fif 2 y years hence. We publish in this number a communi- cation under this caption, which we think pj~ J. R. PORTER, Ta* Assessor and Collector fó.r tl^is éo unty, id o...

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