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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 April 1860

ANNOUNCEMENTS, Election First Monday in August next FOr District Attorney. pT We are authorized to announce J. L. BALBERT, Esq., of Corsicana, as a candi- date lor Distr et Attorney for this, the 13th Judicial District. Election first Monday in August next. * yg* We are authorized and requested to announce JOHN L. GRAVES, Esq., of Fair- field, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 13th Judicial District. &r We are authorized to announce J. R. O ROVER, of Hillsboro, as a candidate for District Attorney, for the 13th Judicial Dis- trict. * We are authorized to announce L. J FARRAR, of Springfield, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 13th Judicial Dis- trict. Election first Monday in August. * For County Clerk. *y We are authorized to announce A DUREN as a candidate for re election to the office .of Clerk of the County Court of Na- ▼arro county. For Sheriff. Kg- We are authorized and requested to announce ELIJAH BISHOP as a candidate for Sheriff of Navarro county. * y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 April 1860

Books. f VALUABLE GIFTS l<or the Year 1860! Important to Book Buyers! OWING to the extensive patronage be stowed upou The "Original Gift Book Books. a respectable and responsible person, and registered according to law. All orders promptly filled and forwfirded with the most ftossible dispatch. Send for a classified cata ague 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 retail price, together with the amount required for postage, and one trial will as Enterprise, instituted in 1854 by George G. | sure you that the best place in the country U Evans, and from the increased facilities oí ¡ purchase books, is at the Gift Book Establish tho aeikMuhmpnl: and the inducements of ment of GEORGE G. t v A«S, the establishment, and the inducements of fei-ed by the leading manufacturers and pub- lishers, he is now prepared to distribute more valuable Gifts than heretofore, to all who patronise his liberal met...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 April 1860

THE NAVARRO E R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYetcs, Literature, Science, ¿Morality, Agriculture, fyc. VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1860. [PROPRIETOR, NUMBER 22. Business JYiotices. p.] tjrri.ro. |J OU8E, Sign, and Ornamental Painting. XX Graining in oak, raahogony, birds eye, maple, Ac. All work done well or no charges will be made. Prices moderate. 20-tf G. S. BOYNTON. T. W. Garner, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Corsicana, Texas. \ LL work iiHiis line promptly and faith JX fully performed. Satisfaction guaran teed -in all Cases. Terms invariably cash. Workshop at his/ residence. j an V-ly Boot and Shoe Tinker. TAMES H. CARTER woild announce to C# the citizens of Corsicana and Aicinity, that he has now a fine assortment of ma- twiial on Band, embracing calf skin, moroe- «o, Ac., and is well prepared to do all work in his line with neatness and dispatch. Pat- ronage solicited. ' James Talley, ~~ Wholuah and Retail Qrocer, and Dealer in ■ . Produce, .HAS now on hand, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 April 1860

NAVARRO PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Terms: $2 SO, in adyauce. The 9pi0&. wit!r the Constitution- fir#; ffr NEBLETT, £diior. J. f. Spence A JR. A* Van Horn, Associate Editors. COBSICANA: —p— SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1800. RESIDENTIAL ELECTION. J860. Electors for the Stafe af, large. ' TUQS. N; WAUL. M. a GRAHAM* .-Alternates. THQS. P. AYCQCI*. PEO. W. WRIGHT. " FQT the Eastern District. A. T. PAINEY- Alternate. P. My RUA II. For the Western District. JOHN A. WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. for State Officer!. For Comptroller. C. R.JOHNS. jFor Treasurer. C. H. RANDOLPH, For Attorney General. GEO. M. FLOURNOY. AGENTS: Sp«n*G Hat,—Dr. Gf. Vf. mil and R. A, ^oucger. ] )eksdkn.—Benj. P. Carrol and E. G. Melton. cuatfiktu'a Poijjt.—James R, Poitef. Fm>wkbp41*~1(Y. T. Pa'ttop. Rusa Creek—J. Person apd J. W. Abby. Chamber's Store.—J, M. Eliot. IIiLLfiBQRf .rr-V/. L. Booth aid Joseph Cole. Wax^haíphik.^-D. P.Ferris, A. liradghaw. Milford.—A. J. McCr«ry, Fairfield.—-W. L. Moqdy. Tahuacana.—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 April 1860

fuse 80 to render the same to fce recorder, on conviction before the Mayor. 19. If any citizen of the town, when called on by the assessor of tbe corporation taxes, shall ful, or refuse to give bis or ber property, real, perada1 or mixed, of tbat held by him or her as administrator, execu- tor, guardian, trastee or attorney, in fact, tohich is liable to taxation under tbe State laws, such person or persons shall be fined not less ftan twenty nor more than fifty dolíais, and the assessor aforesaid shall re- port all such cases to the Mayor, and at- tend the trial thereof as a witness. All inventories of property to be given in under oath. 20. Whenever any assessor shall ascer- tain tbat any taxable property in the town has not been *issessed for any past year,he shall assess the same in his next assesment &t the same rates under which such prop- erty should haw been assessed for such year, and such assesment shall be entered at tbe end of the assessment roll, stating the years fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 April 1860

Books. VALUABLE GIFTS ! *'or the Yea 1890! Important to Book Buyers! /VwiNG to the extensive patronage be VJr'gtojyed upon Tlie Original Gift Book Épigrpriae, instituted in 1854 by George G. Evan?, and from tlie increased facilities of the establishment, and the inducements of jFered by ¿lie leading manufacturers and pub- )ia¿ér$/be Í9 now prepared to distribute more Suable Gifts than heretofore, to all who patronise his liberal method of disposing of toew and standard books, and to award a larger per eentage to agents. If you want a took, send to George G Evan* , Originator of Gift Book Enterprise, No. 4"9 Chestnut stjreet, Philadelphia, where alj buoks are sold the publishers lowest prices, and you have £he advantage of receiving A HANDSOME PRESENT, jrorth from 50 cents to 100 dollars, with each book. j you can order any books that you may .want, in any department of literature, of whieh the retail price is $1 00 or more, and ÍÍ in print, they will be furnished at the pub- lisher'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 28 April 1860

THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. All -J* I y f#f - I A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, JHorality, Agriculture, Sfc. [PROPRIETOR. =33= VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1860. NUMBER 23. Business JYotices. P^IJrTIJTG. I, Sign, and Ornamental Painting. Oraráia itt daft, mabogony, birds eye, mapüsi (he. All werfcdtene well or no charges will be made. Pricea-aa operate : ■ Oi S. BOYNTON. WW . Garner, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER Corsieana, Texas. A LL work in bis line promptly and faitb J\. fully performed. Satisfaction guaran ikeed in all cases. Terms invariably cash. Workshop at his/reaidence. jan ?-iy Boot and Shoe maker. IAMES H. GARTER wotld announce to •the «itiaent of Gorsicana and Aicinity, ¿hat" he has now a fine assortment of ma- terial on hand, embracing calf skin, meioe- eo, ¿¡t., and i* well prepared to do all work im tou -lio* with neatness and dispatch. Pat- ronage solicited. - • - r. James Tal ley, WhoUaal0 and Retail Grocer, and Dealer in Produce, lHAS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 28 April 1860

MARRO EXPRESS '^■■cteggEgjge£L_i 1 .. —1 '■ FUBL18HSD EVER Y *S A T U R D AT ix $2 SO, ftn advance. Hi Union, with the Constitution urn. H. I*EBI,ETTV ^dito.K. . J. T. Spence dp Van H«ru, Associate Editora. C.QK8IC AN A: —o* 8AWRDAY, APRljL *8, lSflO, AGENTS: SrJf>o Hull.—t>r, (jr,/w. Hill and R. A. Younger. Benj> B- Carrol and E. G. MeU'tin. 4í8at*'m.f)*b pojxt.—James r, port^v, Tlowkbdalk.—W. T. Patton. JifSH, Ce***,—J. T. fersou f.nd J. Vf. Abb y. Chxumwk* Stqrb.—J, ü tiiot. U Boolh and Joseph Cole. Waxahaíooik.—D. f. Ferris. A. Bradshaw. Miltobd.—A. i. McCrary, yjamtibld.—w, l. Moody. Tahbaca^-tCoJ. John Boyd. ATB*Na.—Rufua F. Dudd. ÍBKSIDEITTIALELECTiaN, 1860. Elector for the State at large. THOS. N. WAUL II. D. GRAHAM. Alternates. THOS. P. AYCOCK. • GEO. W. WRIGHT. For the Eastern District. A. T. RAINEY. Alternate. P. MURRAH. for the Western District. JOHN A. WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. Far State Wfkenu For Comptroller. 0. It JOHNS. For Treasurer. C. H. RANDOL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 28 April 1860

„ JBr'jS. correspondí t tf the iVWr*"', *riliag from Near Orleans, ttmpUúo b terly of tbe accommodation8 on board the steamers plying between that place and Galveston. We have been along tbere ourselves several times, and can certify to *U hq says and a great dealmmre if neces- sary. It will not be a great while before we can visit tbe Crescent City from Quit too by Railroad,then farewell to tbe steam abip monopoly. Tbe steamers will even than do á fair share of business, but it «till be at a reduced price, and more care will be taken to accommodate passengers. A Draper's advice to bis'son, in select- ing a wife it," Get a piece of calico that'll wash." * OUITUitR Y. Died on the 2?d April, at his residence on Vahaaeana Creek, Freestone county, of pneu- monia, R. T. PATTON. * l(r. Patton was an old and highly es- teemed citizen, and hie loss will be deeply mowned by many. We should bear in mind, however, during our affliction, " that ear loss i hie gain." ANNOUNCEMENTS, next ¿faction...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 28 April 1860

Books. f VALUABLE GIFTS jp'or the Year 1860! Books. Important to Book Buyers! OWIÑO to the extensive patronage be stowed apon The Original Gilt Book Enterprise, instituted in 1854 by George G. F.vans, and from the increased facilities of the establishment, and the inducements of fered by the leading manufacturers and pub- lishers, he is now prepared to distribute more valuable Gifts than heretofore, to all who patronise his liberal method of disposing oí new and standard books, and to award a larger per centage to agents. It you want a book, s«nd to George G Evans, Originator of the Gift Book Enterprise, No. 4"'{> Chestnut street, Philadelphia, where all books are sold at the publishers lowest prices, and you have the advantage receiving A HANDSOME PRESENT, •worth from 60 cents to 100 dollars, with each bock. You can order any books that you may "want, in any department of literature, ol -which the retail price is $1 00 or more, and if in prist, they will be furnished at the pub-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 May 1860

■ p—W-"UWIH will I mm j ■ ■ ILW '■ — W1 J U> UI JIJ NAVARRO EXPRESS. *9 R A. VAN HORN,] V" •; • t Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Stc. [PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, MAY S, 1860, NUMBER 24. Business JVotices. p,gjji'Tijr€t. HOUSE, Sign, and Ornamental Painting. Graining in oak, mahogony, birds eve, .maple, «fee. All vcork done well or no charges ■ JU'ill be made. 1'ricea moderate u20-tf G. S. B0YNT02T. T. W. earner, WATCHMAKER AND JliWELER, Corsicana, Texas. ALL work in his line promptly and faith fully performed. Satisfaction guaran teed in all cases. Terms invariably cash. Workshop at his.* residence. jan7-ly Boot and Shoe Maker. TAMES H. CARTER wo tld announce to the citizens of Corsicana and Aicinity, that he has sow a fine assortment of nta- terial on hand, embracing calf skin, moroc-', eo, Ac., and is well prepared to do all work in his linQ. with neatness And dispatch. Pat- ronage solicited. James Tal lev, Wholet-xl* and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 May 1860

.•*5« TORO TtíBLlSHEP KVEHiY SATURDAY Terna*: 99 50, in advance. THE DIFFERENCE. The Union, with the Constitution. Will. H. NEBLETT, Cditor. J. T. Ipeucc 9l R. A. Tan llom, Amovíate Editor . KNO W-NO THING ISM. COKBICANA: —o— SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1800. AGENTS; -Dr. G. W. Hill and R. A. Spiivq IIill.- Yonnger, 1>KK DEN.—Benj. P Carrol and E. G. Melton. Chatfikld's Point.—James R, Poiter. Flowkbdalk.—W. T. Patton. Rush Crmcr.—J. T. Person and J. W. Abby. Chamber's Stork.—J, M. Kliot. Bii.lshok .—w. l. Booth aid Joseph Cole WAXAHAmilE. D. P. Ferris, A. lilttdsllitw. M1LFOR9.—A. J. MoCrary. Fairfield.—-VV\ L, Mood/. TahvJcana.—Col. John Boyd. Athens.—Rufus P. l>unn. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, I860. ¿'lectors for the State at large. TUOS. N. WAUL. M. D. GRAHAM. Alternates. THOS. P. AYCOCK. GEO. W. WRIGUT. For the Eastern District. A T. RAlNEY. Alternate. • P. MURRAH. For the Western District. JOHN A. WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. For Stale Officer*. For Comptroller. C. R. JOHNS. For ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 May 1860

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Miction First Monday in August next JFto District JTndge. I# We are authorized to announce D. . PRENDERGAST, Esq., of Limestone coun- ty, as a candidate for the office of District Judge, of this, the 18th Judicial District.* MT We are authorized to announce Col. a M. WINKLER, as a candidate for the office ef District Judge of the 13th Judicial District. We are authorized to announce Hon. HENRY J. JEWETT, of Leon county, as a candidate for Judge of the 13th Judicial District. For District Attorney. fSf We are authorized to announce B. P. RHERROD, Esq., of Leon connty. as a candi date for the office of District Attorney of the 13th Judicial District. HT We are authorized to announce J. D OLTORF, of Martin, Falls county, as a can- didate for the office of District Attorney of the 13th Judicial District. * |y We are authorized to announce J. L. H ALBERT, Esq., of Corsicana, as a candi- date for Distr et Attorney for this, the 13th Judicial District. Election first Monday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 5 May 1860

Books. VALUABLE GIFTS ! jfc'or the Year 1860! Important to Book Buyers! OWING to the extensive patronage be stowed upon The Original tíiit Book Enterprise, instituted in 1854- by George G. Ivans, and from the increased facilities of the establishment, aad the inducements of fered by the leading inaaufaulureis and pub- lishers, he is now prepared to distribute «tore valuable Gifts than heretofore, to ail who patronise his liberal method of disposing oif new aad standard books, and to award a larger per cent age to agents. If you want a book, s«ml to G«orge G Evans, Originator of the Gift Book Enterprise, No. 4<9 Cliestuut street, Philadelphia, where all books are sold atibe publishers lowest prices, aad you Lave the advantage of receiving A HANDSOME PRESENT, worth from £¡0 cents to 1U0 dollars, with each fcook. You can order any books that yon may want, in any department of literature, of which the retail price is $1 00 or more, and ii in print, they will be furnished at the pub- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 May 1860

NAVARRO R. A. VAN HORN,] 1 Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, JUorality, Agriculture, <$ c. [PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1*60. NUMBER 25. Business JYotices. P^IJTTIJrG. I 1 OÜ8E. Sign, and Ornamental Painting. XX Graining in oak, mahogony, birds eye, maple, Ac. All work done well or no charges will be made. Prices moderate. n20-tf G. S. BOYNTOK T. W. ©arner, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Coreicana, Texas. ALL work in his line promptly andTaith folly performed. Satisfaction guaran teed in all eases. Terms invariably cash. Workshop at his/residence. j an 7-1 y Boot and Shoe Ufaker. JAMES H. CARTER woild announce to the eitizens of Corsicana and Aicinit.y, that h? has now a fine assortment of ma- terial on hand, embracing calf skin, moroc- co, Ac., and i well prepared to do all work ia his line with neatness and dispatch. Pat- ronage solicited. «fames lalley, lit and Retail Grocer, and Dealer in Produce, .HAS now on hand, and is receiving, a large supp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 May 1860

NAVARRO published eveky &at"Üui>ay Ttrmi: $3 40, In advance. The Union, with the Constitution W9I. H. HEBI.KTT, Editor. J. T. kpénce A R. A. Van Horn, Awociate Editors. CORSICANA: SATURDAY, MAY^ISJ, 1860. AGENTS: Seatpo Hill.—Dr. G. W. Hill and R. A. Younger. ' 1 w d«n,—Benj. P Carrol and E. O Melton. oaatrtkld's Point.—James R, Poiter. bbdalk.—W. T. Patton. Bush Ckkkk— J. T. Person and J. W. Abby. Chamber's Stork.—J, M. Eliot. ■ ITilubuko.—W. L. Booth and Joseph Cole WAXAHAroHii.—D. P.Ferris, A. Bradshaw. uifrobd.—a. J. MoCrary, Pairfirld.—W. L. Moody. Tabuaoaka.—Col. John Boyd. Atbbns^—Rnfas P. Dunn. PBESIDESriAL ELECTION, 1860 Electors for the State at lar ye. THOS. N. WAUL. U. D. GRAHAM. Alternates. ' THOS. P. AYCOCK. GEO. W. W HI GUT. For the Eastern District. A. T. KA1NEY. Alternate. V. MURK.AH. For the Western District. • JOUN AÍ WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q MILLS. Fir Stale Officers. For Comptroller. Q. R. JOHNS. For Treasurer. C. H. RANDOLPH. For Attorney General. GEO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 May 1860

JVew Advertisements. Eilray JVoiicei' * I \AKEN op by Thoe. Geprge, and posted JL before John Booth, an acting Jmtioe oT the Peace for Navarro county, Beat No. 6, one bright sorrel horse, 4 years old 15 hands high, light body, left fore and both hind feet white above the pastern, blaze face, no brands perceivable; worth $76. Taken up by E. Anderson, and postea be- fore h. B. Haynie, and acting Justice of the Ptsee for Navarro county, in Beat No. 3, one bay mole, abottt 18 hands nigh, some scattering gray hairs, three Spanish brands, one on the left side, shoulder and thigh, •large sear on the right hip, left eye out; Worth ISO. Taken up by Theophilas Killen, and post- ed before B. F. Lisman, an acting Justice of the Peace for Navarro eounty, Beat No, 9, one sorrel horse, 4 yearapld, about 16 hands •nd one inch high, no marks or brands per- ceivable, exeept a few white hairs on his wethéñ, valued at $100. $ Taken up by Henry Jones and posted be fore David Moore, an acting Justice of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 12 May 1860

Books.' I VALUABLE SIFTS .t^or the Year 1860! Important to Book Buyers! OWING tothq extensive patronage be stowed upon The Original Gift Book Jjiterpiise, instituted in 18ó4 by George G I Tans, aud from the increased facilities ol the establishment, aud the inducements of fered by the k-adiug manufacturers and pub lishers, he is now prepared to distribute more -valuable Gifts than heretofore, to all who patronise his liberal method of disposing of new and standard books, aud to award a larger per centage to.agents. If you want a book, semi to George.'G Evans, Originator of the Gift Book Enterprise, No. 4-9 C hestnut street, Philadelphia, where all books are sold at .the publishers lowest prices, and you have the advantage of recetviug A HANDSOME PRESENT, worth from 50 cents to 100 dollars, with each book. * Ton can order any hooks that von may •want, in any department of literature, of which the retail price is $1 00 or more, and if in print, they will be furnished at the pub- lishe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 May 1860

rsffSA ~su* ÉÉ« THE NAVARRO EXPRESS. R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, JMorality, Agriculture, Sfc. [PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CORSICANA, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1860. NUMBER 26 Business JYotices. JVMjrrw®. HOUSE, Sign, and Ornamental Painting. Graining in oak, mahogony, birds eye. maple, «fee. All work done veil or no charges will be made. Prices moderate n20-tf G. S. BOYNTON. •T. W. «arner, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Corsicana, Texas. ALL work in his.line promptly and faith fuHy performed. Satisfaction guaran teed in all cases. Terms invariably cash. Workshop at his/ residence. j an 7-1 y Boot and Shoe maker. TAKES H. CARTER wo aid announce to the citizens of Coreieana and Aicinity, that he has now a fine assortment of ma- terial on hand, embracing calf skio, moroc- co, Ac., and is well prepared to do all work ta hi* line witb neatness and dispatch. Pat- rsnsg solicited. James Wkolnal* and Retail Talley, Grocer, ana Dealer in Produce, kHAS now on hand, and is re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 19 May 1860

i® M ■"5,i PUBLISHED EVERT S-ATURPAY Tírni: $3 50,1^ advance.. The Union, wfek lie Cfakstitutioa- H£B1<ETTS editor^ T. $|c«cc& K* A*. Van Horn* Associate Edilor^ GQRSIGAH A: —•Or— SATURDAY MAY 19, 1860, A(iENTs7 *ewvo. HUiU-^Dr. & W. Hi*] and: R. A. V>anger. DacsosN.—Benj, F Carral ajiá- E..G Melton. GaAtFi«bd>*a Point.—jajaes r„ Potter. Elow.kroaxjc.—W. T. Paitos. IwCnn.—J. T. Person and J. W. Abby. %ht,\vBEu'a Stokk.-—J, M. Eliot. MiLhOKD.—A J. MaCro*/,. Fairfikiid.—W'. L. Mood/. Tauoagaxa.~~CoL Joba. Bo>yd. ATHBNS.—Rufuá P. DuilB. YAESmxiiriAlTELECTION, I860. /¡¡lector for the State at lárye. 1Ü0& N. WAUL. M IX GRAHAM. Alternate*. TllOa V. AYC0CK. tiEtK W. WMGUX For the Mm tern District. A. T. BA1NEY. Alternate. P. MURK AH. for the Western District. JOHN A. WHARTON. Alternate. ROGER Q. MILLS. TUB CHARLESTON CONVEN- TION. Ths recent withdrawal o£ the members lie, and greaietfomiliarUy with etalesraft, and coDsequently~>ef~gl®at5r~]> p0*'"ityi whs pref...

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