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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 December 1859

mémmmám 'VARY. Mrs. Pailina Clark departed tbis life on the lOttiinst., about 12 hours after giv- ing birth tofthree still-born children, of full tice, and fell formed—two sons and a daughter, flbe subject of tbis notice was twenty-twoor twenty-three years of age ; and what ^as remarkable, it was her first confínemete She was insensible for ma- ny hours tefore her departure. She diei shouting the praises of Him wjjo alonecan gire peace to the troubled apirit. Although her sua went down at noon, Before it set her work was done ; . As fathful souls rewardea ¿re, Her sen did B«t to rise no more. • . . j _ M. E. C. Tale Warning THOSE indebted to us are requested to come forwardkand settle immediately in son , way if tiny wish to save costs. If you lave not thX money give us your note, foi we are determined to close up our business. JERNKAN & MABIiY. Gorscana, Dec. 24t|, 1859 tf Notice. rIB copartnership existing between W. M LOVE and D. B. SMITH, will ex- pire et the 7th day of Janu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 December 1859

Kindness v: W1 ip and Spur. The adage says: raeiciíui to his beast A tnerciful «nan i.- And is not the wise nsfin ?o, likewise, from n¡« i vea if economy ? If 1 kick, lent or olberwist wrong my burse, or cow, or ox, in the sta- ble, be will, of necessity, become sour and ill-natured. lie wíü nyt enjoy bis fo< d, ór get all tbe betlrfit out ul it. And if be kicks back, or bites, < r «rowds, or iu othn way? injures bis ciuel master, will he uot become lew valuable as property ? So, it I overwork any one of my domestic am Dials, or whip them uní e essari y while working, or assail thein with shouts ami cur es they *.11 not work as. w«H as tliev would, if treated kindly and spvk--n to ¡n i a pUasant voic . 1 hey wiil be tor lunch of the till ", in a t-tate of excitement 01 11 ritalion, and when iheir work is d n«', the will go to their stables chafed aiwl exhali* ed. Any one who has tudi> l fits naiuie of animals, knows that in the re-peel in * noticed, there is a wonderlul sim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 January 1860

COB-É:tt**GAVSOaTü .——i i— ^For the Na vary p Express. NORTB AND MOÜTJI. i . . ¿ * f ' * .. _ -1 . ; Corsicaka, Dec. 20, 1859. limes evidently demand calmness and consideration.; a better spirit and «■ taal conciliation. We bave yet a country both to serve and to love; a great, a glo* riows, a prosperous, and, despite of our po- litical strifes and contentions,a still bappy country, V There is nol an evil wbicb exists in tbe Unios, wbicb may not be better dealt with in the Union-than out Of ife Divi- sion can remove no causo of difference disunion restore no harmony to inter- coarse. We ¿re here to rebuke the spirit of disunion and dissord ; here, in this tem- ple of Liberty, to renew our vows—and whatever else others here, or elsewhere, stay say or do, to J declare for ourselves, that, M come weal, come woe," we will de- fend the Constitution and stand by the Union Linean s speech in Fanuiel Ml. It is truly refreshing to hear such sen* timen ts as tbe above; and the more so when th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 January 1860

TLTURAL RE- :CES OF OUR COUNTY- ITS CITIZENS, dC. Many, after a very imperfect experiment^ have blundered to the conclusion that the prairie lands of ibis, and other counties «djacent, are not adapted lo the culture of grain. This, we take to be a great mistake. Those coming to Texas from Tennessee, Kentucky,and other grain-growing regions, have manifested a fixed determination to forct that crop on our soil and climate, wbicb are not adapted to its growth. To adapt his crop to the soil and climate is * ' the work of the scientific farmer. Unfor. tunately, however, there has been little or no attention given in that direction, so far. One of your inveterate corn-growers plants and cultivates a few crops of tfaaV-giain, a jaaajority of which, perhaps fail; then gravely, announces his conclusion that, "This is not a farming country.n A very early stand, one season with another, is indiiptntible to a good ¿crop; because, if it is not pretty weil matured at $an early period, ¿he drought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 January 1860

Event at they Have Transpired in Brownsville- The Brownsville Flag publishes the fol- lowing : Ob the 5th of December, 1859, about midnight the three companies so long her- alded as eomiug from Fort Clark, iwo of artillery and one of cavalry, came under the command of Hentselman. They proved te be of the best material in officers and meo, bat rather few in numbers, the fault the commander of the department or the Secretary of War, or both. On the 8th a party of thirty of Cortin^ man took a youth prisoner, within lial^a mile of the plaza, and took from him his saddle and bridle, releasing his horse be- cause it was worthless, and himself because he was a Mexican. Some days afterward news was brought in that a cart containing about two thous- and dollars worth of government property, clothing, blankets, ammunition, and which had been left behind to come in at leasure, it'wás'an ox Cart, had been taken by one ofUortnriS' bands and a soldier of the U. S. who had been left to guard it ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 7 January 1860

Looking for a Domestic Wife. BY KIT CARLYLE. " I hardly know which I lika best, Jose- pblot Reynolds or Hettie Burke," said young Benson to himself. "Josephine is a splendid looking girl, a qutsen in every movement, and commands admiration eve- rywhere she goes; but on the other hand, Úettie is a little gem, and has a sweet dis position, although, perhaps, Josephine has as good. Both can shine in the parlor,and for ought I know, iu the kitchen ¡ilso, as all farmer'h daughters should be able to do. Well, I'll c. H on them this Monday after- noon, and endeavor to decide then. It's washing day 1 know, but so much the bet- ter time to sound th«. in on household du ties ; and as I am going out of town the fore part of this week it will be a good ex cuse for calling now/' George Beuton was a smart, intelligent young man, but engaged in a profitable business, which bid fair to, ii: a few years, place him in independent circumstances. He wished to marry, but felt the necessity of wedding so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 January 1860

Of JRMMfc a MILLS. Below we publish a speech delivered by qurj^e^agnUitive, Hon. R. Q. Mills, od a Bill.before th.e House donating to eeitlers on the public domain two hundred aerea o^ Jand. As. to the merits of the Bill we can a nothing ourselves, as all we know about it is what its title imports; but we feel as- sured—knowing ou^ Representative as wc do—from life strong grounds taken by ikr. Mills iu its bebalf, and bis able argu- mentative advocacy of the Bill, and in de- fense of the settlers and their homes, that It ia a measure fraught witb good to the State and ber citizens, and if carried into a law will result in a saving of thousands of dollars to the State, populate our exposed frontier, increase tbe fjiuds in our treasury for governmental expenditures, and eventu á\y reduce the taxes paid by tbe people. We understand from various sources, that our Representative is truly a working, mem bee. May success attend him. The^House having under consideration the Bill donating to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 January 1860

V BLlSÜfib EVERY SATURDAY T«-r«m: SO, in advance. KEV, N.P. MODRALU R. A. VAN 'HORN, Epitoks ■Í 3 % 2E 3 5 One eery en« year, iu ndvauee, . . . . t2 60 •' " ** " paid tu ai* months, 3 0o •• " *• " •• end of tbe j cur, 4 00 ADYEKTISf.linXTS: sqnari . one insertion, . . . . | 1 00 D.ch iiii>b«ó|ueut itiseibiou, .... 50 «>n¿ square one year, ...... 10 OO V~s coiumu,cba«g« l quarterly.otie year.80 00 liAi'' " " " " •• " 46 00 Quajier •* " " «• « 25 00 ANNUONCKMBXTS. For County officers, . . , Far bu;e aud District oiScera, AA ly. Far from it. As a class, or as ind Vv vidual*, ministers of the gospel have equal rights, or should feel as much interest in the politics of the nation, and the State, a any other class of our citizens ; and, al' though the constitution of our ov n State like those of o ne others, has disfranchised them, in part, at least; y# t those constitu lions are obviously ant i Republican. We are as much opposed to a minister leaving ihe pulpit to ent«r lit «a imit...

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

Per the Navarra Express. — Handed la. T&ñtWg* trCiDgTatrgronnd; ~ H^|erefulf prospects now abound; Eacn day and Lour we see and hesr, Nj**riat<ie*U rising round tie near. Among the towns of modern date, VW# Oorstcana rising great; Aheid of all her neighbors now, Remetía your hat and make a bow. Recount the wonders now in view, Of school, and church, and printiog, too. Extend your gaza aroundvand see, Xamples of prosperity. Preparing, too, the people are, Rewards for industry and care. Exposed to view, on every side. See growing greatness far and wide— S&ing, you will be satisfied. jkolc. Acquisit'on of CWVi.—Sena or Slidell has giren notice that he intends to re in- troduce the Cuba Scheme in the United States Senate : M A Washington letter states that when it comet op, a substitute will be offered looking to the commercial acquisition of all the countries south of us on this continent, \ y authorizing the negotiation with them of reciprocal commercial treaties and the es...

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

íttUi Tb® Poor Man to bis Son- BY SI.1ZA. Cüük. "Weilc, werk, tr.y boy, te aot afraid, Look labor is th* face ;. Take Tip the hammer or t l e spade, Aal blush not for your humble place. H >ld up your brow in horest- pride, THpngh rough and 6wn! h your hands may be, Euflh hands are sap-veins that provide, The life-blood of the nation's tree. There's honor in the toiling part,_ That fina u« in the farrowed fields ; It stamps a crcet upon the heart. Worth moie iheu all the quartered shields Work, work, my boy, and murmur not, The fustian garb I etrays no thinie ; ^ The crime ot forge-soot leaves no bio*, And labor giida the meanest name. Aad man h never íialf so"blest. As when the day is busy spent; Bo as to make hi* evening re«t, A holiday of glad content Ood grant thee but a due reward— A trnerdon portion, fair ami jmt— And then u«*«r think thy si.ai.mn hare, i it work, ruy '. oy—work, buys auJ irust It ií Homing with the Child. tor p. al¡THt.'R (it my iiie experiences. i HI.V-II ...

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

I SUt mtr, - t ute my pen in hand to «ft f* th«t i me in a state of grate bliss j« tmst theae lraes will find yu'injoyin the bl#*úps,. Im« raguvenaud. Ive sound the immorkal waters of yooth,so to speek, & and am as limber and frisky as a 2 yer old steer, and in the futur them boy a.which sez " go up bawld bed " to me, wilt do. so *t Perril of their hazzard indi- ▼ldpoal ly. Ime powerful happy. Heaps of¡joy as descended upon me to onct & 1 feel like a bran new man. Sumtimes I ask myself * is it -toot" a: dream ?' <fc sumthin within myself sez "it air j" but when I look at them a*e«t little critters I know it is a reallerty.—2 reallaty'a 1 may sa—<fe I feel gay. There's considerbul human na 1 turMn a man arter all. l-retorned from the Summer Campane j witfimy unparaleid show, of wax works 4 and living wild Beeata of Pray in the erly , '• part of this munth. . The people of Bald- ¿ ins vil le met me pordully and I immejitly. com me list resting myself with my farmer- ly. ...

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

NAVARRO Meeting of tiK^gricultural and Me nical Association- as legislator , or lawyers? The policy, therefore, which bola'-ers thera up in the UBL1SHKI) EV¿RY SATURDAY . Term SO, ifi advance. fa.'.,.. ~T" REV. Ni P. MODRALL, ) Ei)lT0^ R. A. VAN HORN, \ ÍÍ&88 On* eapy one year, is udvai iRÍfcÉMESTS : one insertion, . . , f 1 00 inbsequent insertion, .... SO lie square one year, 10 Oq ne eoluron,changed quarlerly,one year.^o 00 Bjf •« •• •• .. • •• 45 (# ■ «•iter " " M " " 25 00 A VNOUSCKMKNTB. Por County officers, , . . For State and District officer^ t ft on io so Marriage anil Ol.ituary noti<-e9 exceeding •1 linea'"barged for hs ailverrisetiieiiis. Ju Adveriirviueiil* ten lii:es or 1«* eunsli it a square. All advert "senteiiis wdiI l>e fur . JOB PK1XTIVG Of eveiy de-en^nou ueiitly auJ promptly iMUUa *t teuMnmUf rates. use of their language, to neglect ours, is it,ore than que*tional^e^^ things as they may\w ii ese pro- test against t¡ m that proposes to it\ jor Ike speci...

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

'."ew flJpHb-^rbg laat mail brought us first volume of • new paper, •',ed íüCórsicana by R. A. Van Horn Rev. N.~P. Modrall. It is a sprightly it, neatly g.Qt up and well filled. We ,ot see tho necessity of the apology or UiiMNr of the junior that the Rev. seni- or ba¿ no band in getting out tbd issue befort'ul We bope the paper may out live the croakers of those who the editor says^VfredkiU its downfall ere its com- mencepeot is made. Yon will find such folk^'V* , wherever you go; t bey are of tbáliotaas" pf people who lack energy shemtéTves,-di«like to see others prosper. Sell yOur«Lrirt, then your shoes and wig, Van, but stick. tb the 44 Navarro Express" and Jíavanó^.éounty is bound to support you before you are bound to part with your unmentionables—if they don't they desrte to seU their cotton at three cents and trade coon; skins for létters. The above is from the. Crockett Printer —the Punch of Texas. It is good advjee, Dal ton, and. we shall ecdeavo.r to act upon it. x ■■ • OB...

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

l¿ÍÉ'-k'? T«tl me, *e winged winls, That. roind my pathway roar, Do ve 'not know some bl«4 ed spot liuops are worn no inoiet Feme free an 1 qniet p^ac-* la island glen or e«ve, ¥ here Indies e in go abreast Upon the village pare ! Tell me, in all thy realm, O, Tesaron é potent Queen. Id «títere a single favored spot Where spreads no crinoline? Ye powers that be declare Nor drive roe to despair— 1* there no sueh elysian spot For mortal mea, somewhere ? The wind it wnistled in my fire. And snickering answered, 4 nary place." Thrilling Romance. CHAPTKK I. Slt< atftod beside the a!t«r,wi>h h wreatl' 01 «•ra' ':*' 1"' Is upon her ii«ad—--Upon he 1 o k the • ic.it si kiu-1 of finds—!i-jr lovei r>:H)d I'r-M"? f' T "ill. « 1.¡le kid '* d (HetfPy t*l« ¡tn-—f t- a>t «.if, iwujj y cm a old, tin' ifc- «¡i u. >hw pítiMii;' j /o whs over—every one liad W - • 1 V'10 bruin. h uI wished lliC > uOng f«" ile?* happiness. and danced, and laughed and cried. The Inst kiss had been and t...

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

Hie Culprit Judge — A Tale of and Bar. -«# the In one of the «restern States I was once • prosecuting attorney. The settler's axe was ihen familiar rousio, and the prairies away from the woodlands had not heard the scream oí the steam whistle. All the branches of society, of trade, of business, and:professions were in a transient state. Qf. coarse the judges were n^t men of vast learning, or of rare character; and le&t I may appear vain, I may add that the. lawyers were by no means Chief Jus- tice Taneys! ¡The Judge who traveled the circuit with us in thVcounties round about the city of had beén in early life a horse jockey, and picked up a large amount of tact, knowledge of men and of human nature, that was of much use to him in his legal . .walk. At the west, fcebad been a mem- ber of the first Constitutional Convention in our State, and, being a good talker and of quick natural intellect,, bad shown in . the debates. "Of course,it was natural that, as be maue the law, be shou...

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

NAVARRO EXPRESS • - - - - .al, V B L1SIIE D Eypii Y SATURO A^' Terms^ $% M, in advance. T REV. N. p. MODRALL, R. A. VAN HORN, Edito ks. f S & 9 $ I Ons copy one year, in advance, ..... $2 6o " " " " paid in ais months, 3 <>0 ** ** " " " end < f the year, 4 V It ESP ONSIB ILIT V. S 1 APyEJLtTiSKMEM^: 5«e square, oaf i*>*artion, . . iach sul>*eq*u?«t insertion, , . in#*').ti*ce«iie y«ar, . f , <*n«.eol#mn,chMuied <^u H erív^oiw year.SO u< 'jfcfcM' " - v " ,v <Qaarter " '* The responsibility of editors is not the lightest which fallPto the share of mortals, by any .means. Attempts are not unfre- qnendy made however, to burthen them uujustly. An editor ought to held respon- sible for what he writes—for what lia ¿an- dones, und, in a more limited sense, fur wh&t h« selects; hut not tur the spirit or ? sentiment of the original artick-s Lc jmb l-sheg>. BREVITIES. (HI A« 10 0(1 t 45 no '¿j 00 A N N.OC N.CKM ¡i n ts. ¡For Coiuntv officers, . . |\ r Stat...

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

* The popularity of the MEXICAN MUSTANG "LINIMENT, is eeextensive with the civiliza- tion of the globe.* Other articles claim to odie, viateytim and distress—this cures. Family Physicians, government hospitals, Farriers, Planters. Farmers, Livery men, Ac., have ¿practically demonstrated this fact, through- out the world. No article ever before receiv- ed snch undivided praise and support from Medical and Scientific men. HHEUMATISM of year's standing, has beefc totally cured.— Piles, Ulcera, Trnnors, Running Sores, Scrofu- la, Stiff Joint-vFelons, SwellirW Burns, Bites, Boils, chafSs,. Neuralgia, Sal y Rheum, and all aches and pains upon man, amd kindred com plaints upon Horses, Cattle, Ac. .«roeh as Ring-bone, Gall/Scratches, Spavin, Sweeney, Hoof ail, <kc., are subdued and cured by the MUSTANG LINIMENT. VA L UA BLE HORSE SA VED I I Mr. S. LrrcH, Hyde Park, Vt., writes :-"That the horse was considered worthless," (his case was Spavin,) "but since the free use of the Mustang Linim...

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

O. Davidson &, Pro's i rs 1 L. (J 0 K 8 IC A N A , Navarro county, Texas. Yí e «fe now receiving a supply of Fancy apd Staple Dry Goods, ' liootH and Shoes, lints, etc., oto. i wliich wft.offer at t'ue very lowest ligures 1 t r cash. " ; We inland keeping constantly a general assofjfiit'iit ot lite above articles, and in a full assortment of Slufjli- awl Fancy (r rocera s, }i* Will. l{ eu.-tuuiers. The of tile pub'ic is f.eipect- M y solicited. • oine one! couie i and 'give it* a trial, a:¡d jtidg^ fur yourselves. n'2 SI Oil .mi 5• on 5 5< i • 9 i 0 1 J < V 14 00 15 oo Black's JV 'etc and Cheap f TUE undefsigned have just received a large and well selected assortment of staple and Fancy Dry UOod , llr.rs. Caps, iíonpet*. • Man ties, Jewelry, Silk Dress Goods, Jiibboii.s Nails, Castings, t— Cutlery, Cigars and Tobacco, Plantation Supplies, " Book and Stationery, Yankee Notions, Shirts and Shirt Bosoms, liens' ami Boys' Clothing, Brooms, Stoves, Carpeting, Wood and Willow wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 4 February 1860

t I Ztowyers' Cards. J. L<. Halbert, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Corsicana, Navarro eotrnty, Texas, wifi practice in the coun- T**?! McLennan, Hill, E11 , Free- stone, Limestone nd Henderson. Atroffi«e^SK LAW. Bonkam, Fannin county, Texas, ILL attend to all business connected with iiia profession. "2 H Q. Mi Its. Alkíandks Beaton MILLS 4t BE ATOM, iTTtSIEYS If LAW, CORsIClfciA, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS. W Win. n. MUchell, ATTORNEY AT I A AND GENERAL LAND AGENT. Corsicana, Texas. W.ILL practice in the 18th aad 16th Ju- die! ! Districts, and attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. nay, '69 Jj wi nkler A Sweatman, pATTORNEYS AT LA W, ■3 -3 CORSICA X A, Navarro county, Texas. *-* J. C, C. Winch, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Corsicana. Navarro Co„ Texas. WILL practice In the Courts of the 13tl> and !6th Judicial districts. Will also give especial attention to the collection of «14itn«v the iavestigotion of land titles, and *11 business pertaining to his profession. *2 Wit CBOF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 4 February 1860

MP ..J J.'i. J. ! . ^L ■EJIL 'if- NAVARRO EXPRESS UBL1SHED EVERY SATURDAY Terms: $2 50, in advance. KEV. N.P. MODE ALL, R. A. VAN IlOttN, Editors. 3 9-.ar 9s Om« c*py oot year, m ailvauce, ... $2 50 " " * " paid in sjx months, 2 SO '• M M "■ " end of th year, 4 00 ADVERTISEMENTS: >«• tq<iftr«, one insertion, . . . . í 1 00 £a«h subsequent üiséi tion, .... í>0 a« aqusre ou.9 ye r 10 Oo One column,changed quarterly,one vcar.SO 00 Hal' " " " " " " 45 0<i Quarter •* " " •• " 24. Ou annuuncemkxts, For County officers, . . , Far ¡átate nud District office ra, $ 5 00 10 PU Marriage and Obituary notices exceeding lines charged for as advertisements. In Advertisements ten lines or less censti i ite a square. All legal advertisements must bs paid for i advance. JOB PRINTING Of eveiy description neatly and promptly xecqted at reasonable ratea. CORSICANA: —o— SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1S60. CoBSKAKA Female Institute. — The second session of the present scholas- tic year, in this Institu...

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