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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 April 1861

ÚK Té- 4 < ' ■B THE ISSUE HER KA ITER. 1861. rit:K.—-Elder W. 11. Bay a prdtracted meeting in Cor igtke seoond Saturday and ApriK T - I J. A. Cjayton pá8sed|«hrough his way home, la*t . week. He i delegate from this county to the ition. ; ¿g • • ■ * ,** *■ 'r -/■ j** ' ;We are in recent-of the "Perma Constitution*' adopted£ky the Con fed - e Congres , and will polish it next ;J§ has been ratified by Alabama,' i, Georgia, and i\xas, The Convention adjourned oft ft 25th ult. We have heafd noth- f tbe Legialetik^tfkh tbe ' ~" tó s«i>|>oi£$ihe new g ¿as. Taiky, and J. T. me last Sunday evening, in purchasing a choice d summer goods a few the tariff went into operation, tly will .beablg to sellas cheap ¡f • ' '' been ascertained, after con- tbrough ^he pages of the meat upon which * was beef, such as our frier d lying hjs customers with commence on Monday, the tariff recently adopted by the lee Congress, and which vas to the 1st instant, gives gen- t everywhere in the North The ...

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

Wm On IWáRRIEB. evening of the 27th March, at the of the bride's father, by Judge J. S. Loughridtje, Mr. JAMKS A. LOVE and Miss MAE Y J." ELLEN MODRALL, all of this place. We had tbe pleasure of witnessing the «ereolbny whiííi joined together these two wffieacU of ours. Jim stood the ordeal as eoofly as he would mount a wild mustang or lasso a "four year old" at full speed on the prairie—his natural home. In other words the young man waar considerably excited, and bad the appearance of one ¡who was determined to "do or die." The bride looked more lovely, if possible, than usual. "They were supported cn each side by -four waiters—two bridesmaids and ¡two groomsmen. May .fortune ever cheer their path, And may they ne'er know sorrow ; And :inay each day they live precede A happier tomorrow. 'May every blessing be their lot,' W.hile sailing down life's river ; And may their cup of joy be full As now, henceforth—forever. FiOn the 28th ult., by Judge J. R. Lough- ridge, Mr. JAMES BYERS an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 3 April 1861

Business JYotices. Saddlery ! Michael's Column. FRESH ARRIVALS! -O- ITAKB this method of n^uming my thanks to the citizens of Navarro ami 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. 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 .neatnessAnd despatch. nSO , C. L. JERTSI&AN. Drugs! Drugs! XHE undersigned returns his thanks to the citizens of Navarro countj for the rah patronage heretofore extended to - lum, and hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu ance of the same in future. He will keep constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock df Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, . and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and white wash brus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 April 1861

im ■í • iP SHF8 : : '' R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, &-c. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1861. NU. .CONSUTUriON of tub Confederate States of North America preamble. We,tli e people of the Con fed ¿rate States, •each State acting in its own sovereign and •independent character, in order t> form a permanent Federal Government, establish justice, insure domine tranquility, and to secure the bl&asings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, invoicing the favor and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Confed- erate States of America: article i.—section 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the Con- federate States, which sháll consist of a Senate and ilouse of Representatives. section 2. 1. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every áecond year by the people of the several * Statesfind the electors in e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 April 1861

íroni sil él i ¥ U «íe iyé*«*i «r? "if i -na* 3- .. ni if* K; *Uted .m v F bv a V>te >l twuti>i d« ílouse- f? Ilefrf«>wíit- r thirds rf t:ié S.*ro«t*"—-the by Slft!e* ; Ht.ll liO J10W State Íof«*meu-d within ttye |^W« other' Slat* ;• ngr í-lti"U aa^ " Hh* junction of *wo or ^M¡¡m .... ®sgj •uévCÁ i ■■ TUL'' TI nflS i ■ BOUVER STATES. ;r<«* 6h.ll have po,wer io PUBLISHED I? VERY SATURDAY ^ Terms; 50, in advance. -*-1 *-<" f ' . Wlí H. NEBLETT. Editor- R A- VAN HORN, Associate Editor ,-jl" 1 1 ■ ■ 1 1 ■ 1 --1 - gp CORSÍCANA: —O— WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1861. See Mr. Clark's notice of dancing School, : PbotuaCte® Msrtisq.—Eider W. II- all needed otfes^nci J is . , , , «.• «. i g the ptopet'v of the' *><*3'te.sa,paator of the W aco Baptist church cu.Qc«c<%g ihe property of the' Sta;es, including the lands I Bil ■ ' r-7] legate States may acquire Congress shall. have power id provide governtdeuts for , á)t territory belonging ^States lying a itLoyt iyend States, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 April 1861

.11 HORSES. ( All members of the Stray Horse Association ! have the privilege of advertising (two insertions j under thia head, alt the homes that may sti ay from them, without any extra charge. T. B. McKinney, Wiiton, Ellis county, who brands Z, lias running in my range near Bazette, on tbe Trinity river, several hend of horses. * 20 G EO. W. RIC n A RDSON. Strayed from the undersigned, 3 miles i^ast of iiillsboro, last summer, two bay JMlies: one three years old this spring, large white face, both hind legs white nearly to the hock, some white on the fore feet, branded on the left shoulder C. The other one year old this spring,marked with white as the one described, no brand, has a lump or wen near the navel the size of ■an apple. JOHN CHAPMAN". There is one sorre) filly 3 years old, branded S on left shoulder, and one 2 year old stud colt, same brand, running with my horses in the fork of Richland and Chambers* Creek. Supposed to belong to Guy Stokes, Ellis county. Also one light...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 10 April 1861

*,*■!. .J". Business JVaticcs. m <sr Merchandise. f TARE this method of returning my thanks the citizens of Navarro and adjoining for their very l.iberal patronage, to merit'and receive their favors iture. I can be fouud at my old ;ed, as heretofore, ®=the man- and Saddle-Trees! other article in my line. On and for*' aale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, llamees, Brf.iles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders tilled with c. L JBRSIOAN. THE undersigned returns, his tbanks to ' the citizens of Navarro county for the itwttl patronage heretofore extended, to , and hopeB by close attention to the "" " his customers, to merit a coutinu the same in future. Be will keep 1 a large and well select- perfumery, Oils, .. Varnishes, and Dye stuffs, and white wash brushes and brandies, for medicina: ¡g¡g¿.'i- Tr-j- ' 'y-;.-, "hv. - r braces and toi^t articles: ;; letter, note, cap and bil j, snuff, and all the most it taedicioes of the day. s' prescriptipus carefully com drugs, at a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 April 1861

\y R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, $c. VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 186Í. Ye Flyght of ye Bayl Splitter- • ■ A BALLAD. tjfaR ye flijfttstbat ever were flowa, ®y several persons,or one alone— X)t-Science or Dr. Franklin's kite ; "Of*'Miocio" Ravmond, away from the fight; 'Or-the flight of" Professor Lowe's balloon, From here to England, one day at noon; The funniest flight—of the dreariest here— Was Abraham's flight from Baltimore! Weary and worn, like a haunted moose, Limbs hke the-wind mill, hanging loose; Quaking at heart, apd flighty at head, \ The old Rail Splitter—be went to bed. Bat scarcely envelep'd in the blankets was he, When he cried, "lam struck with a bright idee ; Jjfc Procure me hither—and donToe long— . A hot rum toddy, and make it strong 1 " Now, various dreams are like to come From a brimming beaker of good old rum ; And some of them, top, are just as bad A a any that Tam O'Shanter had And so whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 April 1861

PUBLISHED Editor .Associate Editor Ca^íj0A*4: HF>DXÉSQ^Y, APRff. 17, 1861. ileim f«f |]|tc ¡Vayürro Express. Hi!l*befo—J. R. G.ovo/, Esq. Waxahatihie--*). L. (Ir ves, Esa. Drestiefi —-\V rs. Veale, Enq. % "3Tt m ?% £ ¡10: Jas. B. Hcidge, Ch*ttie!d, brands Gov. Clqrk has appointed Bird Holland Secretary of State, aud Dr. Kee nan superintendent qf the Luuatio Asylum Protracted. ®d«r \Y. H ^JJayless,Pastor o( ibe Waco Baptist church frill commence a series of sermons in Cor sicana,commencing Saturday evening, 20tb i oat. Other mintiera a ill bo in attendance jy Mr. E. E. Bykd, per Mr* John Clau*, is now opening at Michael & V old stand, a large assortment of dry s of all kinds, which are now offered w for casi*., Sea advertisement. Oakes baa, tbe past week, received of ladies' fancy goods, a8 well as gen i'a wear, that cannot fail to please is so good a band to select ladies1 bat be ongt&to have ^ope to wear Association meots county, (near Mr. on Friday, 2d*day of body atten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 April 1861

Texas Citizenship* AN ORDINANCE to amend the first and second sections of article third of the Constitution of the Stute of Texas: The people of the State of Texas, by their delegates in Convention assembled, ordain that section first of article third shall hereafter read as follows : article iii. 8kction 1. That all persona who were citizens of the Stale of Texas oo tbe 2d day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty- otoe; ail persons bom after that time of parents citizens of this State ; att persons bora in ;bis State of parents entitled to Scquire the rights of citizenship io this State -; all tbe citizens of either of the Con federate States of Ameaica , or of any State which may hereafter be admitted into the Confederate States of America, on terms of equality with them, immigrating to and permanently residing in this State, #11 person naturalized by the Constitution of tbe Confederate Slates of America, and of this State and permanently residing therein, may become citizens of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 17 April 1861

Notices. Business Mise tlian co u s Lawyers Cards. H. . «AUDKÍÍ, X to ibo citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberul patronage, and .hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found at my old •land engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture ot Saddle and. Saddle-Trees! and every other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and all articles usuallv kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with newness aud despatch. C, L JERNTGAN. s T / 'HE undersigned returns his thanks to | the citizens of Navarro county for ihe liberal patronage heretofore extended tt> tfiéi, áfcdjfyp es by close attention to the wiotaTb^hia eusfonwra, to merit a continu anee of the same in future. He will keep ' ou baud a large and well select- ed Perfumery, Oils. Varnishes, and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pure wines and brandies, for medicina! purposes; , . . Trusses, sTiouIder-braces and toilet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 April 1861

. "frK- --!***'--fc j • : ■NgMH ■I R. A. Van Horn,] Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Juiterature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, tyc. MS BC i tetor VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1861. NUMfifift 22. It J From the Londoa Once a Week. Effie Campbell- by joseph trumak. Pretty Effie Campbell Came to me one day ; Éyea aa bright'aa sunbeams. Cheeks with blushes gay. "I'm so happy, Cousin, 'Valter told me all, Jn the carriage, coming ^ ¡from the county ball. "IIare a care, Miss Effie— Tíook before you leap; Men are fickle, Effie*- ^ Better wait than weep." *• 'How you're always preaching Love to-be a crime, . And a kiss perditiou Sorely. Peter Syme." 'Fear these first love whisper , Thrilling, sweet and strange ¡ Eyes Miff wander, Effie, "And the fancy ehange." "I eaa trust bio?, Cousin, With a glad repose ; Heaven ia won by trusting — Doubt brings half our woes." "Are you certain, Effie, Love will not decay, 0 Y.'heu your step is slower, Acq jour hair grows gray ; And those eyes s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 April 1861

t".- •«' .«¡•a*-?* iAriJRP AY Ivaoce. cr- íate Editor- a y .i ■ . WHO IS RESP ONSIBLE ? FOR 1,94,1861. A3<íU« f¿rtíia £^prm. IlHUbo .-o—J^^QrcpNtP, E W*x*h Achie—>i % Graves, . Dresd mi-Woj. \4sftl#. Esq. O ■■ •" ■ " • jr.—~~ f*" A. T. Jjarpis, Mi)ford, EHi^coanty, AU eouuected. 'H. S, Cros^látJQ érantís horses ^C, •even miles -vest of Dresden. Post Dresden, Navarro bounty. In for' of estrays' solicited. W A fire b.ru^e out ip Houston on 16tb inGt., and destroyed pr^erty to qt of 1^0,000, so |ay« the Tele- 1 ■ Jt3T € W. Burrow has itceived, the week, a excellent assortment of gro I of almost every kind, If you want groceries—eatables or diinka- pugau * call, and he will cer ate you, wereincorrect in our last when Cot Lander, the messenger to Geo. Houston, was for- fla* partner¿and more to Charleston. That Lamon. Tbeir however. Association fenects ill cojinty, (near Mr residence,J" on Friday, 2d day of let every body attend. Owing us will please come to settle ug ,at that timo....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 April 1861

Revolution in New Mexico.—Tho St. Louis Republican, of tbe 2d inst., ha9 a , letter of the 12th March from Los Vegas. Nelr Mexico, with -the following important news : The stage arrived here this morning from Santa Fe, en route for the States, and as it was about leaving here on its way in, an express arrived from Col. Fauntleroy, com- manding this rñílitary department, to the commandant at Fort Union, ordering this officer to prepare for defence. On yesterday morning, about 11 o'clock, the people of the capital, (Santa Fe) Amer icans and Mexicans, en masse, seeming to have sprung up like "Cadmus' men," well armed and in great numbers, at once seized and now hoid Fort Marcy. Col. Fauntle- roy declined to surrender the fort, as was expected, and while in the act of remon atrating with the populace, the citizen sol-' diery rushed upon the works, and in ten minutes they were taken possession of. Gov. Rencher was the prime ■ mover in these proceedings, and now has charge of all the mili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 24 April 1861

liusiness Notices. Saddlery f r ryy. V!M Kh I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, sod hop® to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found -at my old stand engaged, as heretofpre, in the man- nfaqture of . Saddles and Saddle-Tre.es! and every other article in my line. On hand and for vale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, " rness, Bridles, and all articles usually a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with land despatch. ¿80 C. L. JERNIGAN. Drugs / Drugs ! THE undersigned retaros 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-contíúu anee of the same in future. He will keejj constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock of Medicines, Perfumery, Oils, ' Varnishes, and Dye stuffs, * Hair, nail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pare wines and brandies, for medicinal purpos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 1 May 1861

NAVARRO EXPRESS ;.*A. Van Horn,] Devoted Politics, JVetcs, Literature, Science, JHoralitij, Agriculture, fyc. VOLUME 2. COSMIC AN A, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1861. w $ %■ The Times of Long Ago. BY G. W. Y. I ató sitting, •Itting1, brother, In the little cottage door, "Where we've uften sat together, III the gootl old times of yore. I ajn thinking, tbiaking, brother, Of the time we used Jlo rove Round about this lovely cottage, • Streamlet, garden, leafy grove. Tears are falling, f&'liog, brother, ▲a a glance I backward throw, Through the many, many changes, Since the times of long ago. We ware iittle children, brother, 'Neath this eottage roof so low, Floating on the stream of pleasure, In the times of long ago. Running, jumping, climbing brother, Were the sports of our delight. From the dawning of the morning Till the reign of dismal-night. Time has swiftly glided, brother, Though his passing Seemed but slow, Stealing youthful feelings from us, Since the times of long ago. Then we had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 1 May 1861

hp r-is ¿ i . . "i WEDNESDAY. EYEltY 5®. i a«||^J#f<í L£2T. £ (lit or- * Á .socj%te Editor ~ V*iiií¿ . iiijligei C 4 H. A ; APPRfjJ'fílA TION BY COUNTY. THE t. PrewiU, Wuxahueüie, cao bear pf WM «f J * W ares advertised by apply- jpg to, Mr. ft. PTvVálker, ten miles soütb oí Corsicana, on Kicblaud creek, , jar We state as a ipattefpf truth, that po persopflljlj^ \jere inteuded for any one, jü á few verses last week entitled WA New SongjártheSick." W. Q.Neblktt. jgr Senator Hemphill baa refused tp : the appointment of Judge of tbe " « States District Court ?n '!>**♦« • . Geo. f. ífeflrP, the títaje Qa- HHK sett* says, baa revived tbe appointment. par J„T. Spence, Esq., of tbis place, wO; sfart to Virginia to day to purchase {trpi fpr tj^e coupty to the anjoqqt of ñm' as well as for others who have •^scribed a considerable amount for tbe purpose. jar The Stray Horse Association meet Rock, Hill county, (near Mrt ) oo Friday, 2d day of at^pq^. owing* us pl*as9 pppe !—Upon of tbe n...

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

Foreign Coin.—An ordinance by the Southern'Congress at Montgomery, establishes the «ame description of coin as the United States; provides that silver «ball be a legal tender in sums not exceed- ing tea dollars, and tbat the following for eign gold coip# shall pass current as mon- ey "within the Confederate States of Amer* jca, and b« rpceivable for the payment of all debt* and demands, the following rabea Tb.e pounds sterling of English of. no lew a weight than five pennyweights and th/ee grains, and of the fineness of pine hiindrtd, fiiietn ted one half ^015^)-thousand tbs, shall be deemed equal jto $4I82. The Napoleon of the weight ,of four pennyweights, three grains and one bálf (4.3|), and of a fineness of not less eight hundred ninety nine (899) thomándths, shall be deemed equal to $3,- J82. The Spanish and Mexican doubloons pf qo less a weight than seventeen penny- weights, eight grains and oiie half (17.8£), and of the fineness of not less than eight hundred ninety nine (899...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 1 May 1861

Business Notices. Merchandise. Saddlery ! New Goods I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, tor their very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found at niy old •land engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture ot Saddles and Saddle-Trees ! and .every other article' in my line. On hand "and for wile, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harnee*, Bridles, Vnd all articles usually 'a shop. Orders filled with call upon thrm to do so, wa*bffer a large espatcb. JERNIOAN. burrow HASf jast received ft large aod well aeleced Mock of new and frosb Staple and Fancy 0ERIES, coasting in part of coffee, sugar, bacon, ed and branched fruiU, ale, porter every variety of lujííors, cbcese, cracky and all articles try arid family pro are being sold low for iUpP^ PSLg iyjt ..'"TV ¡S :! Drugs ! :njBd returns his tbanks to of Navarro county for the heretofore extended to by close attention to the >mers, to merit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 8 May 1861

1 «HHP R, A; Van Devoted to Politics, JYcws, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, Sfc. yOLTJME 2. GORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1861. The Fir# of Drift Wood. fit H. W. LONG VELLO W. sat within the fiun House old, Whole window# looking o er the bay, Cfave to the sea hree*e damp and old, entrance, night ana day. A TALE tr WE8T8I1 eilTILBTi Not far away we e w the port, The strange, old-fashioned, silent town— The light bense—the dismantled fort— The wooden home*, quaint and brown. We Mt and talked until the night. Descending; filled the little room ; Our faeea faded from the sight, , Oar rokes only broke the gloom. We spake of many a vanished soene. Of what we enoe had thought and aaid, Of what we had been .and might have been, - And who was changed, and who waa dead; And ail that fills the hearts of friends, When first thej feel, with seoret pain. Their lives henceforth bare separate ende, And never can be one again ; TW feat alight swerving eft be heart, That words are powerle...

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