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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 January 1849

■ - «"• > •- m to raise an to orer- U^rnMM |%A 1)B . because hf has U LANCASTER, k the star-spangled banner, o ! LfXi MAY it wave, o'er the land or the free and mi home of the brave OUJME I. THREE DOLLARS, , - ' , i nHyfc'ro I such service, •*r ¡-¿a MMMBi t iHto apply for credit, for subscrip- orjob work, will be re- l, at the timet to give tJicir notes for the t, at we keep no regular book of open accounts. All ttrmmunications for the Ranger, must be post paid, or they trill not receive alien- WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUES! and in. an %go in todd. Brenham, Jacksonville, - Montville, Houston, ?ort La Vaca, Agnts far the Texas The following named gentlens* are request- ed to act as agents for the "Texas Ranger:" J. B. Robertson, W. A. Higgins, " J. Haller, Sam. Fuller, M. K. Snell, A. W. S. Davis, J. L. Nickelson, Jas. Denison, G. M. Bryan, John Adriance, G. H. Harrison, N. H. Hunger, R. H. Beale, M- C. Spann, J. Hilliard, Brum Lee, L. L Chiles, W. D. Thompson, F. T. Duffee, G. W. Glass...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 January 1849

1 1 ^ ' $1)t tier as ttmgcr, Brazos 0tmt¡>. THE TEXAS RANGER. tDasljington: TUESDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 16, 1819. J. LANCASTER, EDITOR. The Texas laager. With the advent of a new, and we hope, a happy and prosperous year, to our reader?, we make onr editorial bow to the public of Texas, And to our kind friend* and patron* in other parts of the United State , and present them with the first number of ou r promised paper, asking for it their favorable regard and attention. It lnay need apology and recommendation in or- der to excuse its defects, or gain it that favor which we venture to solicit; but we will not trouble our readers with one or the other. Due alknvauee^ve doubt¿p*, will he made for the inconvenientes under which we temporarily labor—inconveniences arising from a want of many of those means and advantages, which, in older settled countries, are, of course, much more abundant aud easily procured than in many portions of Texas ; and as for praise or recommendation, we have ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 January 1849

9W <z\)t feas Banger, & Brazos ©narir. the river. It has denied, as long as concealment was practicable, the existence of malignant epide- mics within its limits, thereby endangering the health, and destroying the lives, of divers good citizens of these counties. It has obstructed trade by refusing its sup- port to the improvement of roads, and the building of bridges. It lias erected a multitude of new brick build- ings, and imported swarms of clerks and col lectors to harrass our people and eat out their substance. It has effected to render the merchants inde- pent of, and superior to the planters. It has combined with others to subject us to a most ruinous monopoly, foreign to our cus- toms and inconvenient to our purses, giving its assent to acts of pretended necessity. For quartering large bodies of live Yankees among us. For protecting them from punishment for any deception or artifice they should practice on the inhabitants of these counties. For cutting off our trade ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 January 1849

w> > (Ll)c £cxas Hanger, £ Brazos 0anrír. L IJoetrg. From the Western T<r¡an. rjp There is, we conccive. it peculiar fitness in piiliivliiiig tbi' two following pieces of poetry l^jr^lliT, referring, a." they do, to two of the most (ti-tin?nblied patriots of the rl exian revolution. The first, on the lamented Milam, we believe, was written bv the late \Y illiam IÍ. ^ liaxton, f*te of the earHe^t and most ardent actors in the Mar of Independence with Mexico, who ww*, perhaps, one of the pufe*-t, most chival- rous and high-minded patriots that participated in our early straggle*. The last, e n the heroic and daring Walker, wa- composed by one who is proud of the name of 1 exian, soon ni- ter the death of that gallant, but unfortunate officer, at lluamantla ;—it was lirst published in the " North American," Jit the city of Mex- ico. The Writ'T of it, too, has also " doue the fútate some service ' in the " tented field, oil more occasions than one—lie was in the cele- brated Ch...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 March 1849

/ Ytrf¿ Hanger, Ó i. LANCA8TER. TERMS: Subacriptmm for Otw Yetar, or Fifty-Two number*. Thus Dollars, in advance, or Foot Dotuu, not in advance; tingle co- piet t« Ckmts. Two copies, for one year Fivb Dollars, in advance. Awsktisikg.—Oms dollar per square, of ten Unes, or leu, for the first insertion ; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion., if paid in advance ; if not, fifty per cent will be added to the amount. Longer advertisements in the same proportion. To those who adver- tise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above retes will be made. Eighty words or less will constitute a square. An advertisement over 80 words will be counted as two squares, if over 160 words three squares, and so on. * Business Cards, (per annum,) of tentines or leu, $10,00, in advance, or $12,00, not in Announcements of candidates for all im- and lucrative offices $7,00 dollars; or minor offices $5,00, invariably in advance. Political, personal, and business commu- nications, promotive o...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 March 1849

*"<f v« v \%N \\Y ^ V % **• % \ * -\ ^ h \ > > -. THE TEXAS RANGER. •MR* ®hc teas Ewer, £ Brazos ©nat¡>. > <* > r* tDasljington: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 9,1819. J. LANCASTER, EDITOR. OF RECEIPTS FOR FIRST VOLUME TEXAS RANGER. Washington Co—Messrs W. Y.McFarland A. M. Walker, G. W. Sawyer, Joseph Lyons. Hycr« which he again warded off, and hit Sul The Prize Fight.—The Baltimore Clipper gives the following report of the mere fighting, that came off near Baltimore a few weeks since, between Sullivan and Hyer. It is due the Baitimorians to say that every exertion was made to arrest the parties previous to the fight, but they eluded the vigilance of the authorities. Sullivan and Hyer stripped, and donned their I ritii costume, and entered within the ropes j Sunivau, it is reported, had not his usual confi- i dent l earing, and. contrary to his habit, main- tained perfect silence. The two champions ! walked up to each other, shook huuls, and ! jias-ed towards the opposi...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 March 1849

SÉÉfcfMí ¿ti €l)c Itnts ttangcr, fc Bromos ©tiarir. THE SLANDERER. We call the most serious attention of the read- er to the following piece of eloquence on Slan- der. Ii cut a* it goes, and if it should meet the eye# of those who make a practice of back- biting and slandering their neighbors we sin- cerely hope it will be the means of reclaiming them. We regret to say that even among those who call themselves professors and follow- ers of the meek and lowly Jesus, that slander frequently, yes, very frequently escapes their lips. Although the following piece chiefly al- ludes to man, yet we do not wish to exclude the female sex, as there are a great many women in the world who are as proficient in slander as men. It is a good rule to speak ill of no one. When you hear persons always back-biting their neighbors shun them as you would the cup erf poison, for when you have turned your back, ten to one if they do not commence slan- dering you. The Slanderer.—Against slander there is no ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 March 1849

iii — (¡Texas Hanger, & B i* € mcun.ABDVHOLttiLBnum it ooom, gkoceeie8, liquors, &c., &c. GAJLFlftS 710.2V, TEXAS. i strictly to all consignments of jroduce. He has a policy covering all ptodnce «hipped to the landings on the Brazos river. Galveston, February 12th, 1849. 5-tf Wn. iMdej 4 Co cotton factors, shipping age-nts, and gener- al commission merchants. GALVESTON, TEXAS. ALL Cotton, Sugar and Molasses, shipped to our address, by the steamers Washing- ton and Brasos, from any points on the Brazos river, (with privilege of re-shipment firom the Brasos river,) either for sale in this market or transhipment to other ports, is insured by onr open policy of insurance. Say Cotton valued at $30.00 per bale, " Sugar " " 50.00 per hhd, " Moll's " " 30.00 per hhd, « " " " 8.00 per bbl. and the rate of premium three quarters of one per sent on the above valuations. AO other articles of merchandize, consigned in same manner, are also insured at the same of premium, Upon a valua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1849

a€0 i // LS ÍJL I f y 1 iErxas Hanger, will BE rVBLISHED evert friday morning BT J. LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two numbers, Three Dollars, in advance, or Four Dollars, not in advance; single co- pies Tex Cents. Turo copies, for one year, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertising.—One dollar per square, of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion ; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance ; ij not, fifty per cent will be added to the amount. Longer advertisements in the same proportion. To those who adver- tise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Eighty words or less will coTistitute a square. An advertisement over SO words will be counted as two squares, if over 160 words three squares, and so on. Business Cards, (per annum,) of ten lines or less, §10,00, in advance, or $12,00, not in advance. Announcements of candidates for all im- portant and lucrative offices $7,00 dollars ; or minor offices $5,...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1849

£ljc £cxas Hanger, & Brazos ©narii. THE TEXAS RMGER. HP tDosl)ington: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30,1849. J. LANCASTER, EDITOR. ItF" We are authorized to announce RO- BERT M. WILLIAMSON, as a candid- ^ to represent the Western Congressional District of Texas, in the next Congress of the United States. RECEIPTS FOR FIRST VOLUME OF TEXAS RANGER. Washington Co.—Mr. "Williamson Price. Austin County—Capt. Oliver Jone . LETTERS RECEIVED. Mr. A. P. Long ley's communication is re ceived. We would send him all the back numbers of the Ranger with pleasure if they were on hand. He will nevertheless get fifty- two Nos. which will comprise his full year's subscription. Mr. John Shults, Postmaster at Round Top P. O., is informed of the receipt of his favor. He can forward the subscription money by mail or private conveyance, as he may think best. We tender him our thanks for the in- terest manifested in our behalf. Mr. W. A. Scott, P. M. of Houston, Mi., is notified of the reception of his letter....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1849

€l)c $cxas Hanger, &T Brazos ®nari>. ness to all, and the evident benevolence, which prevades all Ms actions, are well calculated to win general esteem. We ourselves were pleased to observe the alertness and vigor which mark his movements, after so many years of hard, anxious and wearing service . The Union of the same date states: The President elect, with several friends, called on Monday to see the President of the United States and his family, by whom he was most courteously and politely received.— We have no hesitation in saying that the in- terview between these two distinguished men was mutually agreeable to them, and it must have been so to every one present. The Washington Whig says: The members of the existing Cabinet called upon Gen. Taylor in the course of the day and were cordially received. Mr. Buchanan was introduced by Mr. Clayton. " The President elect," says the Baltimore Sun of the 28th ult., "received company yesterday, between the hours of 12 and 2 o'- cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1849

ivYiUis 0/ ®t)e tícxas Hanger, & Brazos (£mari>. -''U, * b; [From the Galveston Ar«fi.) EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Washington, Texw, March 8th, 1819. I have arrived iu this place by a rather cir- cuitous route, ni y hu iaé« having occasioned considerable deviation from the direct road. Washington bears the mark of recent improve- ments, and exhibits a degree of life and activi- ty in business which is doubtless greatly at- tributable to the present successful navigation of the Brazos. For the present, and probably for some years to come, this place must be the head of navigation. But from the be?t informa- tioii I have derived from various sources, I en- tertain no doubt that this river will eventually be navigated for many hundreds of mi'es above this point. Those who profess to be so skeptical about th;i navigation of our streams, should look to the improvements of navigation in the other Southern and Western States. There are now some thousandsof miles of navigation within ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1849

VPNKPOW1 .--jwiw - -- ml wfWSF rtng ""; "9 A '$ c"cwr"5c,s: iriBt mr "P1 Wt c V .- "A -. - i i .. ?T - . K f: r mpiC "Boonville, m? tE jj teas Haftger, WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING BY J. LANCASTER. - TERMS: t Subscription for One Year, or Fifty- Ttco ?iumbers, Tkb.ee Dollars, in advance, or "Four. Dollars, not in advance single co- ynes Ten Cents. Ttco copies, for one year, " -Five Dollars, in advance. " Advertising. One dollar per square, of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion ; and fty cents for each subsequent insertion, if jpaia in, aavancc ; yiiot,jyty per cent wiuoe added to the amount. Longer advci tisemcnts ' - in the same proportion. To those who adver- tise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. 'Eighty woids or less icill constitute a ' square. An advertisement over SO icords will be counted as two squares, if over 160 tcords three squares, and so on. Business Cards, (jper annum,) of ten lines or less, $10,00, in advance, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1849

" - .- '1 tl.'Jl' I !! I I i - ' 5 - f r" 7 m - mp - p-- Itk fees Ranger. :i S. Interesting Correspondence! ' "We copy the following interesting corres pondence from the South Carolinian of yester- day: -I Executive Dep-ietment, .- - Columbia, July 1-i, 1S49. Madam: TJie Legislature at its last session, ' directed the Governor "to procure and cause to be presented, on behalf of the State, some appropriate memorial to thcwidow of the late Lieuc. Col. Dickinson, as evidence of the deep regard and admiration of the State for the la- mented and distinguished dead. In performance of the honorable yet mekin- cholly dury assigned me, I herewith tran-mit, and ask your acceptance of, seven piece of silver, constituting a tea and coffee service. Receive them, madam, as a slight testimonial of the high estimation in which South Caroli- na held one of the gallant defenders of her fame; preserve them as a memorial of his pat- riotic zeal aud heroic conduct on every occa- sion demanded by duty au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 October 1849

a -3Hf! . yp IT'T H, ? CrSfrjr Hanger. V-" v- . t & "sr lasljiixatou: FRIDAY MORMNG, OCTOBER 19, IS49. J. LANCASTER, EDITOR. To our Patronst Oltrajpology for a half sheet, and irrcg7i- lar abearance. In consequence of "circum- stances'53verVucl1 we could have no control." "we'are driven to the necessity of publishing but a half sheet and had it not been for the kindness of Messrs. Crugerand Moore of the Telegraph office, who loaned us a ream of pa- per, we could1 not even have done'this much. Last April we sent to ATew York, by a gen- tleman. from this place, for a tock of printing paper. We told him that if we received it by September it would-auswer, as we had suffi- cienton hand to do us until that time, but lu orller to be certain that we would get it in ihner he Uadbettcr.procure it and ship it im- mediately ou his arrival. This he assured us he would do: but up to this time we have not received one Wjbrd from him on the subject, .we. therefore know nothing of our paper, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 October 1849

- 3P -, mpT r- m)t d jr. c Kiiim. COMMISSION MEKCHANT, AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C, &C. GALVESTON, TEXAS. WILL attend strictly to all consignments of Cotton and produce. He has a policy of insurcnce covering al produce shipped to aim from all the landings on the Brazos river. Galveston, February"l2th, 1S49. 5-tf T. H. MCMAHAN, G. W. MOIAHAN, E. D. JOHN. McMalian's Sc Jolin, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS. 10-tf New &, Staple Goods. N CHEEK, grateful to the public for their , patronage, now offers at his old stand in the town of Washington, a general assortment of Merchandize, consisting of Dry Goods, Cutlery, Crockery and Quecns-icare, with a good assortment of Groceries, all of which have been selected with care, and adaptation to this market. His prices and terms, he hopes to make suit his customers. Give us a call and see for yourselves. Washington, January 10th, 1849. 1-tf. Briigs & Medicines. EEARD &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 December 1850

e Quxas maimer., foBETUBLISBEVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY JLANUAS UK. y TEHMS: Subscription for nc Year, or Fifty-Two J. LMGA-STEE - "V- - t " ' O ER THE HAND OF THE TEEE Ti. jSf f ' ?;&:&:'rS -e. -: " HKTrsgsg me-v . ,--;'rii mz& -zrgzggm 15ijt "--ii: -. -inmbers. These Dollars, in advance, or tQUE. Dollars, oJ fre advance; single co pies LEN uents. ro comes, jor one year? 1'tVE Pollers, in advance. f JVb subscription taken for a cess tune man tec wr, "pilcss a sjKcial understanding is ygadz zcift tliejwblisier ' ADtETisajG. -One, dollar jjst square, qf t&iri(rfiSi vr-lcss,far the first insertion ; and ytfty cents for kaclu subsequent insertion, f fes advances, if not, fifty per cent wilfbe Utled to. the amount. Xongcr advei tis&ments Sftr the iajnc proportion. To tlwsenqlt afadver- ftse. by the year, a reasonaoie aeaucnonjroni pie above rates will bemade, but no advcitisc- mcn&icUl be&ciiaxzcdMUmc mar unless a uiidefsi&tMinyggj&madc icWl the pub- sft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 December 1850

mm?uitoM "sr ? "5Lae? "V txm "to j ui ii i in 1 1 1 1 in y4 jBHBH Koimcr. - ., -; , HM&agr iTiii&i: :?M. - , j8afc-r. ltsSlffipB?ffl I TflMTi nprrnrrT Ml nil ll ""T iTTt i ii " tcenx.ents are xo be- found ncli T?nrM.w Twtfnni new? is rmieniilmS2l?r - -rttamitnv ... t? i..i "!?.-,.,, mt.1 lOi" o-EEs1-??!- lain. j!iiiiKiauuf i-iauto imu wim-i jwp' -a- . s SSJFnes are juiet. New Orleans Market. W pThe vote in CracKeU, en the -PearUft ' Bill issaid to be as follovj: ' JJThis business of our office for the pa. laonthavlng irifcreaseil m Ahe vsay o-3ob -sSQScllSFeiaye -udt been able io Uestow that attention to tlie'Raiiger, -rcbich Is Beces- varv, fgggwiH not Jjs the Aase lon, sis we iia-e mgtgaTraugement5.got additional aidt in tlieTftehauical department. . Public 3Icefiag ia Grimes Concty. is- TliB -citizens ofGrimes conniy bave request- ; -fufes o e Mtiee mata public meeting will 'Wemeia. at 10k court house m Antierson, on the pDecenlber nexttotakqiuto considera,- tToahdve bxpr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 December 1850

. -- SP"' i WllfflBW if HH I'liMM h "l "in F.fcbVI' i n IMjII I iliiMrtil'llh HtJi' b'rttH'Iff PIIH ""WULIAJL MA i MUmm HTV3r - " T ? v - - mBKmatasmasKMtamEamseB)&feBamaaKBammiamagaurtBa&amaammBmBmaem . --w -. - isR,TBssr - j- .-. . -JSs-S. ZJ5 . i-5. T T i) fls ftmigcr. 4 " ' "' .". jflBJJ r - : l i - . w . F G1 irMirHI sFlie Flight of Time. How rapid is the flight of time in its jour- , ney onAvard 'to eternity!' And the dews of morning, do they not rise, glitter, break and bubble, to direct the course of all beneath the sky! From the cradle to the grave from in- 'fancy, our strife is begun; we advance toyman- hood, progress to oId age, and, at last, sink into everlasting life. - Passing rapidly, as it is thus apparent, from one.state ocxistenee to another from help- Jess childhood to the feebleness of age it '-woulc" he well to contemplate these swift changes; "to meditate on the brevity of liuman '"Tiemgfand to employ, to the best advantage," eachpassing moment as it fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 December 1850

," -7r s5IP & 1s .sxas tiaiizt. . IL. I r ys21 -. &.'-a BKSPP-Sr V SF -- Hj)e fees Hanger. -, v v. . ---;lMi 5""!5a a-5 - Sw 3 "" f1 t. JL ---1 "T-WS VTBi JE AXD RETAIL DjUSGGlSTy .VAgHINGTON. 3EXAS, Vreceived nrgeand complete as- jfi-r$ortmeiu ct fresh. Trna ,i TvrfiiVic i Sell? w,, St- va. Ainis, uns,, juye s?mts L'erftimcVics rshoo FtiBr -'inturemgical Instruments, Gls ware, fan- cy articles, andtationary &c, &o Consisting 1 urpart of the lollowmg named articles. - -Allspice, EaceGinger, Bit. Nonwuiie Pep- HelVIace, Cloves, Nutmeg-, Hops Copperas .SulpheryltoUed and Subld Search, Arrow ro5t, Saleratus, Saltpetre, Ahnn,Ilom, Borax. SiK p carbSodaT Mndderv Epstuu & Glauber Salts Cream Tartar, Tartar -Einctit , Tartaric Acid, Sugar XcadjQc, Aloes, Muriate Amoiua. Ar- SpcPulverisejlBayberr, Po Peru Bark. Blue jaie, Bole Arnruima, Burnndv pitch, prepar- ed Chalk, in Balls, Caa. Chareoxi, Cob:t, Cochineal, Cnbebs, Baik Ciibbs Grcnuxl pery Elm,JMana Flake, Cautharulc...

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