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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 February 1861

¿Ble- POC1 0t'/¿ TAXES. i" A *r J7 u I) A Y ir v ÚUvaacc. k, i:<!«l r. 'a ti II o ni, lilOl'K. : coas 10 A KA: O - • FEBRUARY 27.1860 JSlection Returns. qffip^l, votk of kavauko coi'kiv. Fyr Seccsi^n. ; Corsean a, Ohatfteld, • Rash Creek, 'Chambers* Store, 8pring Hill; .Dresden, imnn.V School House., Agaim-t 2-13 ♦ 3 95 0 80 0 54 0* 44 26 102 5 33 4 621 38 Total vote polled, Mniofity, 583 - T. J., IIaynbs,, O. S. tW W'ohear tlfot lt?d Oák box, Ellis county, weut fqrtubmission. Tbe Ajaxof WftxaliacUio í-áJ better return to tbe field «filis missionary labors, and warn the jjood people o/ Rod Oak.of tbe approach- in* dissolution, and the consequences of Veiug «hpFepared^;. ;, • .1 Í3R. Wfr iearp that tbe men wbo went up to take possession of Camp Cooper, failed in thiir undertaking, tbe comman dei refusing to give it up without an order from the Governor, but .prufesyng his readiness todo so when that was present- ed. I Since the adjournment of uur Legislature | iliere lias been n a...

Publication Title: Navarro Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 February 1861

• *- From Pensaeola- The Mobile News of Tuesday publishes the following letter: Pekbacola, Fla., Feb. 2, 1861. Dear News—I came up here this mor- ning with the aide of Gen. Clark, of MUs- istippi, to telegraph to Mobile for trans ports, to carry away the Mississippians from this place. Gen. Clark arrived yes- terday. fie is one of the recently elected Brigadier-Generals in Mississippi. Lie came here for the purpose of bringing the affair here to a focus. 11 is demand was for ft fight, or that the Mississippians must go home. The latter alternative was accepted. Gen, Chase has gone again to Montgomery. The Mississippians will embark from War- rington on Monday morning. You may look for them in Mobile on Tuesday night. Mobile ought to do the handsome thing in receiving them. They are gentlemen of the highest stamp, and are rich customers of Mobile Verb, sat sap. Capt. Barron, of the U. S. Navy, has brought orders here which amount to an armistice, for the present—perhaps until the 4th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 February 1861

Business JYoticcs. Saddlery ! I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, end 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 pf Saddles and Saddle-Trees! and every other article in my line. On hand 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! Drugs ! THE undersigned returns bis thanks to the citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopeB 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, Medicines, Perfumery, Pain ta, Oils, Varniahes, and Dye stuf&, • Hair, Bail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pure wines and brandies, for m...

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

ES30¡*.%U^Lr m. m ,«¡fl <&&>-*. $¡BEs3Bp'<* V <*mmm *¿at H. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, ófc. WS&^d&xSSBSSi : & i; S'r % ¿«y Tffe. abet? jW 'IV, [Pro] VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1861. r3BS=^ MTMIJER Mf: ■I The Horning land of Life- I -dwelt in a bright land far away— A beautiful morning land— Where the winds and wild birds sung all day, And the waves, repeating their roundelay, Danced over the golden sand. I know the paths over its low, green hills. The banks where its violets grow, mosier clumps by its laughing rills, the odor its every flower distils, Though 1 left it long 'ago. where the sibyl Summer weaves 'charm of her sweetest spells; ere the sott south wind and the low-voiced Waves • ' . ' - Make a touching plaint,lite sprite that grieves In the heart of á rose lipped shell. I know the cliff where the lichen clings, id the crimson berries grow ; the mists are woven in rainb...

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

HXeÜSSrfáW,i$. jSRt ¡.1Í «tic JGdit '** 3: e a:arq#ir a# WfSB I iuíutnieU -tíiHt stjp, states that tí lie# H^at.Sjitufdaj;.'? A'. L*igb, * ftity, fell dead ó# t¿* Jéth. #k. i ijwralf^l te \it ióst. fiar M?4nn sh)g to glance over the North •p*pérs ami see the grounds of justifi- >n or excuse they make for coercion of •or ,w h$t is equivalent to that, making war f fehe South- * . prile' some strenuously contend that Uj^ U'''0!* must and -shall he preserved '; «others Content themselves with tbe asser. j&M&J iftjajTlhat the Federal Government must ' rettalikrihe forts aná arsenals which South- traitors have stolen. The inquiry mm COUNTY BUYING ARMS. We learn from the Trinity Advocate that tbe county court of Anderson county has passed an erder for tbe purchase of one hundred and twenty-eight Morse's Ri- fles, of the latest and most improved pat- tern—sufficient to arm two companies oí sixty four men each. This, it seems, was done upon the suggestion of Col. Stuart} one of tb...

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

m >, isements —. lance. *v A _THE eelebrated stallion CHANCE will stand the approaching season JLu—L at the residence of'Mr. Elijah Jef- fers, near Chatfield Point, in Navarro county, Texas, at $20 the season, and $30 to insure. ■Commending on the 1st of April and ending on the 1st of July. J. M. LUTON. J. 8. HOUSE, SiCH, AH, "oalíAÍ-ÍESTAL OFFERS his services to the citizens of Coraic ana and sjfrrounding country. When not in towjr oidera left at the print- ing office or at Janes Taliey's store will be attended to. Prip^to suit the times. 15 Corsicana Male an«£l Female Semina WILL commence the sefcnd* session of the present year, un&et the superin tendeuce of H. II. Uofoy, on Monday, Marcb 11 Hi. WM Terms of Tuitioiiper Session Junior c'ass, jr. . $10 00 Middle M . f. • 12 50 Senior • M •' f ' ' 15 00 Latin and Greek, each, *• 5 00' Incidentals, . 1 00 £gr No deduc/on except for protracted illness, • Assistance wilf be employed as the pat ronage may demand. r E. H. MOLLOY. s...

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

A Business Notices. Saddlery ! Michael's Column. J. #. Oajees' Column. FRESH ARRIVALS! |! HURRAH FOR XHJG -O- T TAKE this method of returning my thanks JL to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, ud tu>pe to merit and reeeive their favors in" the future. I «an be found at my -old ftaod engaged, at .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, .Harness, Bridles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. b20 r C.«L JERNIGAN. Drugs I Drugs ! VHE undersigned returns his thanks to I the citizens of * Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extendi to bira, and hopS by close attention to t wants of hi customers, to merit a contfi anee of the same in future. He will keep constantly.on haad a large and well select- ed stock of *■ progs, Medicines, Perfutriery, Taints, Oils, ^ Varnishes,...

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

NAVARRO 9 I ti |A <** I r# K. A. Van Horn,] .'i... i'i Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, JHorality, Agriculture, Sfc. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1861. Oh, Be Not the First' Oh! be not the first to discover A blot on the fame of a friend, A flaw in the faith of a- Jover, Whose heart may prove true to the end. We none of ns know one another, And oft into error we fall; Then Iff us apeak well of our brother, Or speak not about him at all. . A smile or a sigh maj awaken Suspicion most false and undue; And thus our belief may be shaken In hearts that are honest and true. How often the light smile of gladness, Is worn by the friends that we meet, To cover a soul full of sadDess, t Too proud to acknowledge defeat. How often the •¡A of dejection ÍI heaved from the hypocrite's breast, To parody truth and affection, Of lull a suspicion to rest. How often the friends we hold dearest Their noblest emotions conceal; And bosoms the purest, sincerest, Have secrets ...

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

K'S. i ■ • Pp? Kh * '2 .«lid lib party. Texas is Wide.¡ MR LINCOLN S INAUGURAL! and wh.en she has spent a litlb- special dispatch to the Houston Telegraph. .. y _ \ - - r , ifle„ in-proper attention io a few " traitors fcortie,'* she te ready for the 6hoek of -* war. Ox wagon fursale. Pay taken in qash or cows and calves. Inquire at this " isSi started burning places in ected'plot • portion of the % eye of the Jon emítale scheme. rery of the evidence case, Parson Btaley's that the afires and was apart of the to be followát in Texas a free of Bulej'a letter whife a mmm I such intentions was r % sft-ong evi- to submit to an iperi which de- Attention is called to the card of * " Tbos. Wiliams, Esq., in another column. Articles of*a personal nature are only in- • served as advertisements. Attention is called to the law card of Mills <fc Ilalbert, gentlemen who occu- r j pv the front rank arucng the members of I the bar of this District. M ■ ggr The total vote polled in Texas at jfcns...

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

% wBm \ f f 4 i ft m I To the Richland, Navarro „ ' March Mr. Van Horn. my* vote against sci tioo has caused no/email isfaction, and has/had' crease the prejudice alrei me as a roan of Nortbei with Northern.pfocliviti ■express, tbrougu them uable paper, the precis* and still occupy^; hopinj base the pablic infidelity to Tex would be out of the various char^ to attempt to refute t however, that ra< at of Misrepresentation of 1 consider it perfe itly my inclinations tz ay le !ect that is open for the people; I ackno been an ardent and zea \ocate ©f the Unioq. of tny life, and tbyée is which 1 would/have fice as much I wou preservation ¿f the un the whole Union. I had looked for to the time when should be The sole occ ents 1C. Texas, 1 61. Í jo learn that the late elec ree of dissat- endencv to in- existing against birth, charged I beg leave to íum of your va'i- position I have thereby to d.isa to my supposed institutions. It to recapitulate against me, or m. I will say, em are fals...

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

. v mM liusiiwss .Yotiet Saddlery ! Michael's Column. J. .'?• Oakes' Column. FRESH ARRIVALS! I TAKE 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 stand engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture of Sad^Mnd Saddle-Trees! and even^^Hp article in my line. On hand and wP-iarle, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and all articles usuall kept in a Saddler's shop. .Orders 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 hopés by close attention to tl wants of bis customers, to merit a continu- arice of tbe same in future. He will keep constantly en band a large and well select- ed stock of Dhigs, -Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oila, Vsffnishqg, and Dye stuffs, 3Iáir,i aíl, paint,...

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

wf m NAVARRO A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Jflorality, •Agriculture, $$c. .' ,1 Lor. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1861. m : • ' The Speckled Bird- U B LI SHí D BY REQUEST.] Brother Bkbk—These verses w^e foutHl iu a ballad, under the name of Wm. Bv request I «end them to yon, yita quest that you make such corrections as you thihk proper, and insert them ro the wigns of the Times. Thoy were, 1 believe, composed on Jer. xii 9. , . . Your in hope of a glonous immortality, Deo. 5, 1859. LEVI SIKiiS. "There are many birds of different wing, % The world delights to hear them sing ; But there is one that' seldom heard *, The poor, despised speckled .bird. This speckled bird is much abhorred By all who do not love the Lord; And if you ask the reason why, • Her treasure is laid up on high. ^ She Uvea on food which others haie, Wffat she calls small the world ealls great; And food that others love to eat, Is to her taste polluted meat. This speckl...

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

S-r : v * i1'-. ** mú ■ :•>; DETHRONE THE OLD KING. 20. 1861- ibi* issue We re , in making ami interesting, benefit of arti, j iooá. -. ! r*t. "4-^v ■?•., I cao it dangers j Hfc U , and üje i RAL. ' Mr Li acolo strike us T-THlfi®-. *£- \j ' ¿nmentever 3v,- " . „ Congress. 5 o seeing tbat peco- ) author. Úe-ev and dafygerous path sd with tbe fe. iask of saving i Irreconcilable the message hi direction. ít, an essay oracular sen- VISIT TO FAIRFIELD. itjes. It is, per- effort ever ma<?e ndtWng—to blow id cold in the same breatu. By tbe t of bis antecedents alode, are we able ta understand.what be meaos in many , yet wliat be did not intend to be andoned «ilion of bis career, wbat be with the: audacity of empy- uld not deceive any one. doctrine of coercion is advanced -My than any olber position. This waá intended to keep tbe border e Union. Tbe N^-tbera Pres w No State upon its nrere mo lawfully go out of the-Union; thlft. ordinances to that effect are void," and be will take car...

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

Thosk laboring under sickness can at once relieve themselves from the thousand mala dief thift fttsh is heir to, if they yill only foUfrW.the counsels of nature, and take the medieae which best^assists her in her opera tions. .That «redicine is the Vegetable Life Médinines of Dr, Moffatt, known as the Life Pille and Phoenix B t ters. For • sale hy Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, fi35 Broadway, New York JYeie Advertisements Runaway or Stolen! FROM ike subscriber, on thy 8th inst., a black SHEPHERD SPANIEL, marked ■with a white treak und ex/the neck and breast, a w-hite spot on ibe back of bis ®eek ; also the tips of hm feet and tail are white. I purchased bin from a man who came to Ibis place from New Mexico, and «uppose he bas takenjfbe back track. Any information will be ljberally rewarded. /JAMES CROOlM. Corsicana, Marchr20tb, 1861. nl 7 2t Abner Carrol vs. George Gai Id IHatrict C The State of To the Sfieri *et a I., WOÉBEAÍ Carroll,^ varro county, petition, allegf owners of James C< Neil «...

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

Business JYotices. ■ fi t ? ■ • '■ . >;— ""1 : hm *maa* ITAKE>hia method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very libera) patronage, and 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! and every other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's shop. Order filled with neatness aud despatch. C. L JERNIGAff. n20 Drugs h Drugs ! 'I1K undersigned return his thanks to Perfumery, gjk; Varnishes, TfllS undersigned . . ^ the citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu anee of the same in future. He will keep constantly on hand a large and will select ed stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils i and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and wh...

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

R." A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. _£—a- •dprietor . VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1861. Song of the Newspaper. I am a newspaper— I carry the nefcs To all of your dwellings— ' Wherever you choso. A moi e faithful servant Can hardly be found— Almost omnipresent, I'm scattered around. ' Like stars in the heavens, And sands on the shore- Like leaves that, have fallen When summer is o'er, I fy o'er the land, 1 pass o'er the sea, J brave every daDger— It's pleasure to me. I gather the news from The steamers and ears, And telegraphs, sparkling With trade, peace and wan— I filVup my mis3;on, Defending the truth, And teach useful lessons, tor old men and youth. . Memory's Bells- When sunset dashes all th<^ sky Wirh purple glories heavenly fair, And from each spire andminarei These floats the sunset call to prayer— We bend our heads with reverent hearts,"* While on the evening air there swells, With mUsio- we alone ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 March 1861

i '^•éÍS 27. 1881 ler AV. u. Bay ir act ed iueetin gin C«r Ah* seSónd Saturday and *- :' " ' íeifed the first new seajoá yesterday. Call and ine tbem, ladies. B* also received a /ply of «ugat aqd; céffee, which can btf íound at togauV * Édf We lóari . h\t, o the 19 ti inst,, the dwelling and sníoke bous a of Mrs. Catherine A. Bryant* of tto* county, wa9 burned down. The ire originated just before day, and ¡* bisliiived by «Hne to bo tb« work of a&< incendiary. Everything in the house except two bed and two trunks* was consumad. J? Thé communication of ,'i|\,,,*from w receiv&ci too late for insertion, news>contained therein will be too 8, fca^w lfasnea glad ouid for our ñ«fXt issu*. We to hear from "T." at all times, request bim to confine himself as-near as possible to local matter . We receive news from New Orleans as soon as they do o Waco. jar To those owing us, or who desire LONE STAR REPUBLIC. The refusal of Gor. Houston to take the oath of allegiance prescribed b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 March 1861

ts&m. —The Washing! a leading Republican lately what they wouW-do for a rallying ery sl|^j|d a separation of the slavl froui the free States occur without a civih "war., and the North be thereby without tub slavery issue i lie replied : 14 " Ve will'get after that other abomination, the Catholic Cbureh, and drive it-out. We shall then have a free Protestant North. And," he added, "the religious sentiment will be more powerful than is that against slavery. We shall not want an excitable issue after that of sla/ery «hall have passed rtway." Such is to be the programme of the Republican incendi «riea. .a #, Vote on the Secession Ordinance.—The following is the official result—115 coun- ties heard from : For Secession, 44V317 W «T * Against Secesión, 13.020 'Majority for Secession, 31,207 Several counties have notyet been heard from. Their returns will increase the ma- jority fur secession. In our next issue we will give the vote in detail.—State Gazette. If four dogs with sixteen l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 27 March 1861

¡Pfeif t$usm tisis JVotiees. t & Michael's Column. FRESH ARRIVALS! «/. vi. Oakcs Column. Ill]RKAll FOR THE Miscellaneous. Books. Wf" Would respectfully inform their old customers, and the community generally, tbftt they are now receiving their fine and large assort ment of If Texas becomes a® independent Re- public, J. A. Oakes I TAKE this method of returning mv thanks . to the cftiiens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, *nd 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! and every other article in my line. On hand 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. ; ¡jjrus undersigned retaros his th m the citizen 3 of Navarro county foi liberal patronage heretofore extended to brim, and hopes by close attention...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 April 1861

# 9 f R. A. Van IJorn,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, .Morality, Jlgriciilturc; fyc. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1861. The Cheerless Soul- BY BURNS. Again rejoicing Nature sees Her robe assume its vernal hues ; « Her leafy, locks wave in the breeze, All freshly steep'd in morning dews. "Ia vain to me the cowslips blaw, In vain to me the vi'lets spring ; In vain to me in glen or shaw, The mavis and the lintwhite sing. The merry ploughboy cheers his team, Wi' joy the tentie seedsman stalks ; But life to me's a weary dream, A dream of ane that never wauks. The wanton coot the watér skims, Amang the reeds the ducklings cry ; The stately swan majestic swims, And every one is bleat but I. The sheep herd steeks his faulding slap. And owre the moorland whistles shrill; Wi' wild, unequal, wandering slep, I meet him on the dewy hill. And when the lark, 'tween light and dark' Blithe waukens by the daisy's side, And mounts and singe on flittering wings, A wo wor^...

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