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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 January 1861

MAYARftO EXPRESS. PUBLISH E D E V E R Y S A T U It D A Y Terms: $2 50, (it advance. ~ U M. II. .ETT, Cditor. J. T. Spruce 4c it. A. Van Horn, A «ociate EdUors CQK.S.IC AN A: WEDNESDAY. J v:\UARY 2.2;, IS01 THE S TA TE C 0 N VEA TI ON. A MODEST YOUNG MAN. From the items of news which have Jack Evans, a feeble imitation of his reached us from almost every part of the 1 name-sake, Jack Hamilton, is out for the office of delegate to a Southern Conven- tion. We ar$ sorry he does not propose State, we ascertain that Texas has gone lor secession by almost an unanimous vote. We judge there will not bo more than to represent this county, among the many H. C. Moss is anxious for those owing b*uv to " walk up to_ the captain's office and settle.M See advertisement. tar The United States forts and arse- nals in Louisiana have been taken posses sion of by the State t coops. JtW South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi have withdrawn from tbe Union, and others will soon fol- low...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 January 1861

EttlfdRTAHíT Washington, Jan. 7>—'The committee op the part of the border States, both worth and South, Mr. Crittenden, Charr- uiaB) adopted a provisional repeal of the Persoitii Liberty ic?i!ls, providing for the amendment of the Fugitive Slave Law, to prevent kkkwpping^qualizing the commis- sioners' fees, prohibiting Congress to inter fere witL slavery in the States, or in tbe Southern dockyards and arsenals, and the District of Columbia, without the consent of the inhabitants of the District and the State of Maryland, or without c^mpensa- . tion. ^The same committee also adopted provisions that Congress shall not interfere with the inter-slave trade, that tbe African slave trade is to be perpetually abolished, and that tbe 36 deg. 30 min. line be run through the territories dividing into slave and free border States. The plan at first met with^considerajble favor, but a Republican caucus subsequent- ly decided adversely to all compromises. Baltimore, Jan. 7.—Gov. Hicks, of thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 January 1861

.j - SSJf! # Business JYotices. Michael's Column. FRESH ARRIVALS! STJÍ. Oakes? Column. HURRAH FOR THE -0- I TAKE this method of returning ray thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining eounties, for their- very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. ( can be found at my old aland engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture of Saddles and Saddle-Trees ! and every other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harneas, Bridles, and all articles usually Inept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. n2Q C. L JERNIGAN. Drugs ! Drugs % THE uodersigued returns his thanks to tba citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by-close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu- ants of the same in future, lie will keep constantly on band a large and well select- ed stock of Drugs, Medicine*, - Perfumery, Paint# Oils, ' Varnishes, and Dye stMa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 January 1861

R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, $c. VOLUME 2. lie Southern Marseillaise. . Sons of the South, awalA to glory I Hark! hark! what myrods bid jourise. Yoor children, wives, and grandsireshoary, Behold their tears and hear their cries. Shall reekleas fanatics new mischief breeding, With moagrol hosts—a thieving band- Affright and desolate the land, While peace—equality—lie bleeding ? To arms! to arms! ye brave! i* Th, avenging sword nnsheath March on ! march on! all hearts resolved t To victory or to death! How, now the Abolition storm is rolling, Which treacherous States fanatic raise : Their dogs of war, let loose, are howling, And Texian cities burn and blaze. And shall we basely view the rum, While prowling thieves, with guilty stride^ Spread desolation far and wide, With our best blood their bands imbruing i To arma! to arms! ye brave! etc.- ¿quality! can men resign thee, Freemen, who've felt thy generous flame ? Can Abolitio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 January 1861

1861 e has been he scarcity are the un B and B duns C, while tbe latter falls upon D, and he Thus the matter stands all ever the State. N jw, it is clear that if A would pay his debt, tbe money would, if not in terrupted from its natural and honest chan nel, How back through the hands of D, C* ^ B, arid finally get back where A started it" ^ í$ñ tó the advertifC- jn 8l^cjj cases—and they are innumerable— > ijt a negro for a¡c. j ^ ma]jes money bv paying his debt; while oeisotf, end get a ba. j mauy ot|ier9 are relieved by the operatiou. 8PHro** ' Wo h«vo seen a ten dollar bill pass from lot .of those invalu-; lo hand, and in the course of a day Aimxnacs, with and ! |>ay fifty dolían of debts. It does^ not iUokW be without ¡ take such ho amount of money to answer one tó semi to a friend j purposes of tvade and commerce as is generally supposed i nor, on tho o:her hand does it require the withdrawal of a large amount to break it natural and healthful flow. In the cas© stated, sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 January 1861

cotton pe and StoUmenL^-A dispatch from "Hi Myt the report that ordors issued by the British Govern- ed the Consuls of the ports of the seceding -States, to refuse certificates of clearance to English vessels ?s denied; and Í ** added that®n Branch, British Consul a( Charleston, recognizes the de facto Gov- ernment, by granting such certificates to the Outgoing vessels of that nation. The State of Georgia, it is announced, has appointed a Commissioner to nroceed abroad, to obtaia from foreign powers tbe recognition of the seceding Statevas Gov- ernments de facto. lie will also bwharged With the duty of negotiating atbasis of Credit and exchange, by which t crop cao be hypothecated in fturi moved for joint account. The most important duty of the voir mis- sion er will be in regard to the question of revenue. If tbe Federal Governraf nt shall make arrangements to collect tbefrevenue of Southern seaports, it is arranged that the cotton States will pronounce ^for free trade and direct t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 30 January 1861

Business JYoticcs, Saddlery ! K ITAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found at my old *and engaged, aa heretofore,- in the man- ufacture of Saddles and Saddle-Trees! and every other article in my line. On haifd and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. n20 C. L JERNIGAN. '« / Drugs ! THE undersigned returns his thanks to the citizen of Navarro county for (he liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, sod hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu iwce of the same in future, lie will keep constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock of Draga, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, , Varnishes, and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pure wines and brandies, for medicina...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 6 February 1861

THE NAVARRO EXPR R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, §c. [PROPRIETOR yOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1861. NUMBER It m of Hon. L- T. Extract from a Speech . Wigfall- DELIVERED IN THE U. 8. SENATE DEC. and 12th, 1860. 11th Mr. Wigfall. Mr. President, as a fur- ther reason for supposing that, by the Constitution of the United States itself, the fact is established that the inhabitants who reside upon that territory between the two oceans, and between the lakes and the Gulf, do not compose one single polit- ical community, but are divided into tbir- ty-thre® separate, distinct political comruu hities, called States, IshaU allude now to the second section of the third article of the Constitution, which provides that the judicial power shall extend to all contro- versies— " Between a State and citizens of an- other State; between citizens of different §tates." Hew i a distinct declaration that there are States, and every la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 6 February 1861

CI WSrr D KVEIÍT SATURDAY i: $2 50, iu advance. CONFEDERACY. N£Blíl>TT, Editor, •itee dc H. A, Van Horn, Lksociafe Editors, ^ r'-j i.LI.1 . I CAVA; 8DAT. JTSBHUAllY 6, 1880. ,i i •• - in ■ i i Tlie of' tax' payer i di rec eJ.to ihe Assessor's notice iti another column. From its conciusiou we judge he • is ill earnest. J8F* Daring vite pant week we have had M kind* of weather—mild, warm, cool, jraia, a little sleet *; .J snow, * ;d norihets that wenM freeze tbe horus off a brats monkey. ¡ST Our readers will confer * -p J.i! laver by keeping a lookout for Mr. 11 ay ties' hone advertised in anolbsr column. He i The. Secession of Louisinna-'mak-'s six Sta es which have withdrawn from the Federal compact—taken their destinies in their own hands—and r.ow gland prepared to form, with < ther seceding States, a Un- ion where there are few, if any elements of ditcord. There will soon be a Conven- tion of these State* at Montgomery, Ala., fur that purpose. ■ It is probable that the prese...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 6 February 1861

JYew Advertisements. 4 <*!• O, O. F. ^¿.COIÜICANA LODGE, I. 0. 0. F. R9 No.-63, meets at their Lodge llooin every Monday eveniug at 7 o'clock. Officers: Tnt^s. 8. Sweatman, N. G.; N. II. Bctlkr, Y. G.; W. R. Powers, Secrefary ; G. "W. siikl-ioN.v-Treasurer. ±. n8 Stráyed or Stoi «ft FROM the residence of ÍmÍ\ lum, ten miles north JLLZjL. place, about the tent 1861, one BROWN HOUSE, abo, old and about fifteen hands h R. Ivel tat of tliia >f January, nine years , has some •addle marks on both sides •mall *tar in his forehead, an •fK>t or snip on his no=e tril; one «hite fore foot an foot, and the white feet are his back , a a small white the left no? one white hind opposite sidos and a ring abont half rouim his right h ock, iust above the joiht, on thwfore part, cut with ■ * 1 •*---* whon he left ; he a rope; was shod mounts np before a behind ; veiy gentle ; has rather a short pa deal higher than ^orks well anywhere; but hard to make hat /the appearance of paee; has eomew¡ ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 6 February 1861

íss JYotices. llery ! ! this method of returning my thanks ie citizens of Navarro an<l adjoining pb, for their very liberal patronage, pe to merit, and receive their favors future. I can he found at my old gaged, as heretofore, in the man- of Idles and Saddle-Trees! Fery other article in my line. On nd for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Bridles, and all articles usually [ Saddler's shop. Orders filled with i and despatch. C. L. JERNIGAN. •ugs! Drugs A [undersigned returns his thanks to citizens of Navarro county for the rpatronage heretofore extended to ~ hopes by close attention to the his customers, to merit a continu 'of the same in future. Me will keep itly on hand a large and well select* lock of Medicines, Perfumery, faints, Oils, Varnishes, and Dye sfuffs, r, nail, paint, and white wash brushes wines and brandies, for medicinal )oses; shoulder-braces and toilet articles d ink; letter, note, cap and bill obacco, snuff, and all the most *r patent medicines of the day. eians' p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 13 February 1861

K NAVARRO R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Polities, JYetcs, Literature, Science, Jflorality, •Agriculture, fyc. [Proprietor. VOLUME 2. Cotton Doodle. WI^TTKIÍ BT A LADT ON HE AKIN G THAT YANKEE DOODLE HAD BEEN HISSED ÍN NEW ORLEANS. Hurrah for brave King Cotton ! The Southerners are singing ; • From Carolina to the Gulf, The echo's loudly ringing. In every heart a feeling sura, 'Gainst Northern Abolition ; Something is heard of Compromise, But nothing of submission. Cotton Doodle, boys, hurrah \f We've sent old Yankee hissfug ; And when we get our Southern rights I guess he'll turn up missing. His poet, Lewell, is singing 'Gainst "sacred compromises" Prays ''God confound the dastard word, At which his "gall arises." No wobder that he hates it, He surely has a reason : He broke the faith of Seventy Six, And it proelaims his treason. Cotton Doodle, boys, hurrah. He does not love the nigger, That's bat a pretext hvllow, To hide his greedy longing For the "Almighty Dollar."- Where was his t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 13 February 1861

HE EXPRESS. FiV B L1S11E D EV|RY SATURDAY Terms: $2 50, in advance. ; i Í: If. HEBLETT, Editor. T. Sp«nce & ft. A^Vau Horn, Aworiate Editor*. M- * 6-"- C 0 K SICAN A: **•0 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13.1860. f^T Hons. M. Martin and K, Q. Mills Lave returned from Austin. Tliey report that a Stay Law has passed the Legisla- ture, though we are n ot informed of .its particulars.. J3T Notwithstanding the " wars and rumors of war," our citizens are busily eo gaged ploughing and planting their gar- dens and farm , aud the weather is doing ts best to assume a spring like appearance. £#• We have been requested to state that Mr. Duren, agent for th« Bible Socie- ty, has on hand a large assortment of Bibles, of various styles of binding. They ara offered for sale at cost. Í3T We would thank oar friends throughout this and adjoining counties, if Ihey would write to us' occasionally and reform our readers what is transpiring in their respective neighborhoods respecting crops, stock, local news, or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 13 February 1861

1 é g ?•# 1 * THE WHITE OAPT1 VE. The woman who was captured by Capt. Ross' company in an engagement with the Indiana, has proved to be the ceice of C9I. Isaac Parker, of Tarrant county. Upon being interrogated at Camp Cooper, by Col. Parker and others, the White Man saj a she spoke a follows : " I remember, when I was a little girl, being a long time at a house, with a picket fenco all around; one day some Indians came to the house; they had a white rag on a stick. My father went out to talk to them ; they surrounded and killed bim ; then many other Indians came and fought at the house; several whites were killed ; my mother and her four children were taken prisoners; in the evening mother .and two of her children were retaken by a white man. My cousin was taken with me and sold afterwards. My brother died among the Indians with the small pox ; I lived with the Indians North of Santa Fe; have three children; two of them at home oae with me; she is two years old; named Te-i-h put, (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 13 February 1861

*ss Notices. Michael's Column. :dlery! FRESH ARRIVALS! J\ JI. O tikes Column. EIURKAI1 FOR THE -0- this method of returning my thanks citizens of Navarro and adjoining ffor their very liberal patronage, to merit and receive their favors lure. I can be found at my old jaged, as heretofore, in the'man- |of lies and Saddle-Trees! other article in my line. On I for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, idles, and all articles usually Jaddler's shop. Orders filled with td despatch. C. L. JERNIGAN. ' ' " ■■■■..., ■ ■ 1 ■ -— igs ! J)rugs ! rsigned retaras bis tbaoks to 203 of Navarro county for the >bage heretofore exteoded to by close atteotioo to tbe customers, to merit a contiau same io future, lie will keep baud a large aud well select- Medicines, Perfumery, Oils, Varnishes, ancf Dye stuffs, til, paint, and white wash brushes; rines and brandies, for medicinal Í raider-braces and toilet articles; ik; letter, note, cap and bill snoS^ and all tbe mo6t it medicines of tbe day. prescriptions car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 20 February 1861

«E mSm - 7* t, :■ * t t - ■ -y. THE NAVARRO «?r'o R. A. Vain Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, "7,i" 'ti & [Pr°] VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1861. NUMBER 13 ír A Ballad for the Young South. by joseph bkenan. • Men of the South!í our foes are up 'In fierce and grim array. Their sable banner laps the air- Air fhaul t to ti a: day ! The Saints of Cromwell rise again In sanctimonious hordes, Biding behind thfe garb of peace A million ruthiess swords. Trom North, froirt East and West they seek The same disastrous goal, With Christ ujjóú the lying lip, And Satan in their soul; Mocking, with lancient Shibboleth, All wise and jrist restraints— 4 To the Saints of Heaven were Empires giren, < And we alone are Saiuts 1" Look North, loot; East, look West—the scene Is blackening all around— The Negro Cordon, year by year, la fast and faster bound ; The Black Line crossed—the sable flag Surrounded by a host— Our out-posts forced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 20 February 1861

"V ■ Mem jSfi • If. NEBLETT, Fa J. T^pcttccft R. A. Van H< - JftiociXe Ed i lorn. .i !i - • C 0 E. 81C A N A: "WXDHE8BAY, FEBRUARY 20.1860.! augurated. wig*" ■«á® jtjr Our farmer* are sowing naoio oats (Kan ever before. report that the Southern Con- aa adopted " free tiadewith all fcfb been contradicted. negro boy, Martin, who was of jail at Palestine by a mob and a confession implicating a stage a arrie d Gilbert. .DJlltoa,-of the Printer, lias got to wo suppose, judging by the nameroa* slibr^ sayings in the last number received, and we are sincerely glad of it i. Thomas Fuller, Esq., recently the editor of the Sabine Pass Times, died a short liase sin<re in Mississippi of con- sumption. fW Rev. Jas. C. Wilson, one of the saoat brilliant statesmen of Texas, died at Gonzales on the night of the ?th inst. In bit death I lie South has lost one of her best friends and ablest defenders. jar The people of Mesilla, Arizona, fohj meeting oa the 3d inst., and re- solved to join the So...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 20 February 1861

HM"! e^Navkte \°f l^e State of Texas, That the Governor •navei tisements \ be and be is hereby authori2ed ^ required to issue forthwith his Proclamation for an Election provided for in the Act to which this is a supplement, directing the vote to be taken, and returns to be made in the manner prescribed in said Act, and fn the Ordinance of the Convention on the sub- ¡ ject. Sec. 2. In addition to the retáis to be ÍEOCLAKATIGH * by thu «•r of the State ef Texas. WHEREAS, by the several acts ef the Legislature of the State of Texas, hereto appended, it is declared that au Ordinance dissolving the connection ot Texas with the federal Union, shall be I made as provided in the Ordinance afore aubmitted to the people, for their ratifica- said, it shall be the duty of the county offi lion or rejection J and whereas, it is also cers, to whom the returns of said election declared that an election shall be held on I are made, to make returns of their respect* the 22d day of February, A. D. 186...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 20 February 1861

JYotices. TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very libera! patronage, I Mid hope to merit and receive their favors (in the future. I can be found at my old ' stand engaged, as heretofore, in the man ufacture of Saddles and Saddle-Trees! •ad "fevery other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridies, and all articles usuall. kept in a Saddler's shop. <J>rders filled wit¡ neatness and despatch. n20 C. L JERNIGAN. Drugs ! Drugs ! THE undersigned returns his thanks to the citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a coutinu anee of the same in future. He will keep constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock of ' Drugs, j - Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, ' ~ and Dye stuffs, . Hair,nail, paint, and white wash brushss; Pare wines and brandies, for medici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 February 1861

N AVAR HO R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Jllorality, ^Agriculture, fyc. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1861. NUMBER U. ill Gentility- Genteel it ia to have soft hands, But not genteel do work on lands. Genteel it is to lie a bed, Bat not genteel to earn your bread. •Genteel it is to cringp and bow, But not genteel to sow and plow. 'Genteel it is to play the beau, But not geateel to reap_ and mow. ■Genteel it is to keep a gig, But not genteel to hoe or dig. •Genteel it is in trade to fail, But not genteel to swing the flail. Genteel it is to cheat the tailor, But not genteel to be a sailor. Genteel it is to fight a duel, But not gecteel to cut your fuel. Genteel it is to est rich cake, But not genteel to cook or bake. Genteel it is to have the "blues," But not genteel to wear thick shoes. Qenttel it i^to roll in wealth, But not genteel to have good health. Genteel it is to cut a friend, But not genteel your elothes to mend. Genteel it...

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