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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1854

5P r. jii.,.i.l ..nwMWfcj; j-j ?. !.-t.i-.,uiMtj!iiw...mm...Mi..i.l .im.J..M tl l..i.....caammj,'rv.iu:,.'.Mw ,.' , L.a.iM, m,.,,n i..., .-TMvytJviv'.w'rr..' . -jv.,1. ii ',, ' ',- The Star-Spangled Banner, 0! long may it wave, O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. TOLUIH. WSH1GT0I TEXAS, THURSDAY, MUM 19, 1-854 llER-t A 1AIEI 11WSPAM BilOffiATK II PflUTKS mi Early XaXe in tlie Southwest Tlie Bowies. Sketch of James Bowie, whose reputation as the author of the "Bowie Knife," and sub-eequenfrcareerjownlo-thenielanchojy-fiite at tiievlamo, bave almost a romantic inter- est. James 'Bowie was raised mostly in remote and wild regions, and consequently grew up with but little education, or other advantages besides those inheiited by natural endowmeut, or acquired from partial instruction. He cer- tainly was greatly indebted to his mother for much of the information he possessed. She was a sincerely pious woman, and always in- culcated the pure principles of the religion of...

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 — 19 January 1854

-m .ji'.-.(jJ!jiwjL.R-L..iiiuu.-.,n!tfl".,t-" "" iiuaa.aiUj:iBisujjl J iijHP'""if-'jifig iimwilW'iiwwt wjptJ..ii "nqa'H.BliJH "TLi'Vff1" J,'"-''"mBaC Yolmne 5-Mnmber 6. THE TIXA RANGES, AID LOWE TA: WMe Number U WmnliF J. LANCASTER Editor. iOasljhigtnn, Otixas. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1854. ' 'Postmasters will confer an inestimable fa- Tor on the proprietor of the Eanger, by sending him the names of those subscribers who took the Sanger at their Post Offices, previous to the time of the burning of his establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits, who can read and "write. To one that is -willing to serve a regular apprenticeship, we guarantee to make him a master -workman in the art of print- ing, -which -will be a fortune to any industrious youth, as -well as an honor. jjgp "We come again with oar little sheet. Small as it is, it is well freighted with amuse" merit and instruction. Our patrons shall lose nothing by our present size, as in a short time ourarrangements wil...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1854

EsagagaBn'iTr'Tr--- . 3to SUrorctfsnnntfe Improve your Snecp! tb ttavt; in;t received, from the State of Yer- J mont, 28 Spanish Merino Bucks, and 7 half French and Spanish juerino .uamus, wmuu m sell at $80 to 50 a piece ; also, one thorough hred Trench Merino Buck, fromS W. Jewett's impor- tation of French Merinos, which I -will sell at $325 cash. 0. H.P.HILL. Anderson, Grimes co., Tex " T&TQTICE Owing to a misunderstanding be- J3l tween my partner in the steamboat Brazos, Col. Thos. H. Manley, ef Galveston, and Col. Austin, acting as agent for the boat, Trim gave notice, through the Banger, that through bills of lading would be given for all cotton consigned to the house of B & D G Mills. You will please discontinue that notice, as there is no arrangement of the kind, and will not be. JNO. C. WALKER, Master. Washington, Texas, Jan'y 10th, 1854. tf. TJie State of Texas, ? - County of Grimes, $ To the Sheriff of said county, Greeting: TraTHEREAS James Mickilborough, Adminis...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1854

TIE TIXAS 1AMI1, AN 10NB STAB. f r m Ik I ljc Sforcts Hanger PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3 : for six months ths ftl 75: for three months, $i so. suDscriu paying in advance, will be charged 5 at the end of the year Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies onevcar $o, m advance. Any one sending us fivVcash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less timo than one year, unless a special understandings made with the publisher. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation ot postage ui an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a stnous tux upon Editors. , i , - Terms ox Arfrertisinsr: One dollar per square ot ten lines or less,...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1854

wjfi! wp'fliTggyy- a Hitti mwimmi, 1-5. Wiio was tlie Gentleman'? "Please sir, do not push so." "It "was in endeavoring to penetrate the dense crowd, that nearly filled the entrance and blocked np the doorway after one of oar popular lectures, that this exclamation met my attention. It proceeded from a little girl of not more than ten years, who, hemmed up "by the wall on one side, and the crowd on the other, was vainly endeavoring to extricate her- self. The person addressed paid no attention to the entreaties of the little one, and pushed on towards the door. "Look here sir," exclaimed a man whose coarse apparel, sturdy frame and toil-embrowned hands contrasted strongly with the delicately gloved fingers, curling locks and expansive broadcloth of the former. "Look you here, sir, you're a jamming that little gal's bonnet all to smash, with them elbows o' yourn." "Can't help that," gruffly replied the indi- vidual thus addressed ; " I look to number one." . "You take care of number ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1854

THE TEXAS RANGER, AND LONE STAR. Whole Number 23-5. Volume 5-Nnmbei 27. W TEXAS RANGER. J. I,ANCASTER3 Editor. iDasljtngtou, 6tarci0. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1854. Postmasters will confer an inestimable fa-1 vor on the proprietor of the Ranger, by scndinp him the names of those subscribers who took the Ranger at their Post Offices, previous to the time of the burning of his establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits, who can read and write To one that is willing to serve a regular apprenticeship, we guarantee to make him a master workman in the art of print-in"-, which will be a fortune to any industrious vouth, as well as an honor. g?" The steamers running between Hous- ton and Galveston, are prevented from mak- Vfcing their regular trips, in consequence of the continued low tide in Galveston Bay. EST Business in Galveston is represented as being dull for want of river navigation. . The rece:pts of cotton at Houston is qnite light, caused by the very high rates charge...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1854

THE TEXAS RANGER, AN LONE TA Of 240 convicts confined in the Tennessee penitentiary, 38 were temperate before sen- tence, and 202 intemperate, and 127 were drunk when they committed crime. There are 43 whose fathers were temperate ; 179 whose fathers were intemperate, of whom 72 were common drunkards. There are 3 who have had a classical education, 7 a common English education, 105 who can read and write, 52 who can read only, and 63 who can neither read nor write These statistics show very clearly that intemperance and the want of education are the two most fruitful sources of crime. (dountu (Hcmbifccitcs. For Sheriff. We arc authorized to announce 3Ir. John F. A. Lewis, as a candidate for Sheriff of Wnshinston county, at the ensuing election in August next. - We are authorized to announce. Mr. N. Maxey as a candidate for Sheriff, at the ensuing August election. 53 We are authorized to announce Mr. John A. Heiskell, as a Candidate for Sher- iff of Washington County at the election ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1854

mmm ,..!WmBBw8nwtnB3P" &,u-.ir&spaii w-aMgaaa. ' -. r'vsmssi wy;w'ai,.',M nJgr' fMA - SCIjc Saras Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TBR'HS: Subscription for one year. $3 ; for sis months SI 75: for three months, SI 25. Subscribers not paying in advance, Trill be charged So at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending s five cash paying subscribers, -will be" furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon Editors. Ternis of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1854

"Mrr&v-yfm j. . "" --J'.-JW-"-'. -v ju'.'.iiu..u. ' '.. L.-ij-.' i.fj'i -l.- .F-.vtw?iy!fc-tJ-"J ni'-'.aajiaam.r'.'L'Jt :'BBaKZjiajsg5jiiEaL"tflat-,BT'Kaaa:aA.y "..i.. .i'n .'iTr. - AKfi'.-.tsB .'J.. t.l'l,UU'lJlU"...l'' -J " .U ...... yy. The Star-Spanglcd Banner. 0! long may it wave, O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. HIIGM TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBUARY 2. M MUMBER-28. A-fflfKY HiWSBAPM, ' BHOCMIE II POHXIGS TOLDIM. WAS Heme Journal Correspondence Latin and Greelt. The October number of the Westminter Heview revives the question of the School 'Claims of the Dead Languages, in an article "which presents the novelty of a classical scholar and a lover of the ancient literatures of Latin and Greek nrud, as well as of trying the patience ; and I have known fifty teachers so destitute of skill, that their pupils deiived not a particle of nutumcnt from lessons in Astronomy, or Virgil, or History. It was like eating saw- dust bread, which gives the teeth plenty to do, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1854

Eg2En2rS2S2SS:E2EI3aSCKEnSE32:SCESmSS2S:3E jSESESSE olnme 5-Noiobcr 28. fill TSIA J AB 'hole Nnmber 236. ..vaia'i '...-!- -- '-'--" ,'Hi - ---J lAWi-A'SJJIiaXl TTI TEXAS MIER. "HI J' U J. L.AiVCASTER3 Editor. tUasIjingtou, Staras. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1S54. VPostmasters will confer an inestimable fa- r on the proprietor of the Hanger, by smiling him the names of those subscribers who took the tiii uii iiie iiiuiiriciui ''" ' .' " o Ilniirrpr nf. llinir Post OttlCCS, .OTeVlOUS to til time of the burning of hi establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits who can read and write To one that is willing to serve a regular apprenticeship, we guarantee to make him a master workman in the art of print- ing, which will be a fortune to any industrious youth, as well as an honor. BSJ-Tlie communication from ChappclHdl, respecting the cleaning out of the Brazos, is worthy the attention of our readers. The writer advauces good, simple and practical reasons, why this should be done,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1854

(JomitB cmM&atcs. For Sheriff. We arc authorized to announce Mr. John F. A. Lewis, as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county, at the ensuing election in August next. SF We are authorized to announce Mr. N. Maxey as a candidate for Sheriff, at the ensuing August election. 8, We are authorized to announce Mr. John A. Heiskell, ss a Candidate for Sher- iff of Washington County at the election in August nest. Jfni) 3,mcrtiscmcnts. STAR HOTEL5 Independence, Tex. MRS. Mary A. Butler, having resumed control of this Hotel, will give her undivided attention to the ac--commodation of her friends and patrons. Her best efforts will be directed to promote the comfort of all those who may favor her with their pat ronage, with permanent or transient boarding. The travelling community are respectfully in vited to call. The stable is w 11 provided with corn, fodder and oats. Feb. 2d, 18-54. 2S:tf. ARNOLD'S STEAM SAW HI ILL Situated fourteen miles south-west of Mont- gomery, on Mill creek, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1854

8S3SSS!322SB5roES; iv; -i ' '' -j,-i m;3HlK':'-., ,vt i.-.samd. Aiu;-inifliwVn,A-nH-.v,.-;T7r: S'.y-.fllrt-.l-J- ..'-O i 1.' JffiPJTM'HI-J-li,,, LMII?IMP,HW MJt.mtM.r- Yetome 5-8HBcr TEXAS III Me Number 236. JHl)t Suti5 Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LANCASTER. - TEH'MS: ;" Subscription for one year, $3 ; for sis months 51 75. foi three months, $1 25. Subscribers not paving in advance, will be charged $5 at the end tof the jwr. Payment within two months from 2be waiiinz of ihc first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in "advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. " " No subscription tikeu for a less time than one year, unless a special understaiidingisuiade with thcpuMisher. All-duetto this office may be remitted per mail in good -and available Bank notes, at the risk of ihJSSifor, the postage of all Utters leing paid ififiRfic writers. The pr stage of a single'lctter i?iliSiircly of any account to the writer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 February 1854

c " Bafesf s J-- - i ? "iutl ! Ji-JUMiZ Ti.'i ..shiJW.w -i",:-r."'.ffirri.tJ,,.,-l,r;.i."j . r::.,:Egis;5zaagm..;.Tir,gtai&:i The Star-Spangled Banner, 0! long may it wave, O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. I0CSATI II A 1AIHT IfiWSRM cww rwj POIilKS & LDI-5. iisst)iiiw?) Gentlemanly Aceomplislmieuts. Swear ! Get out on such common attain- ments ! So do the lowest and meanest that swin in the sinks of vice, and drunkencss. There is not a ruffian who cannot boast bf the "samejaccomplishment. Every reeking d$n of 'Heviltrv has its proficients. Hark ! You hear it in the highway. In every snot where tip- plers congregate, the oath is part of every ;breath. At night, it comes with fearful dis- tinctness from the dram shop. And yet you are proud of your foul-mouthed wickedness, a? though the vilest of the earth could not Jjoast of the same. Chew tobacco ! A loathsome spitting ma- chine, eh.! Beautiful and interesting appar- atus, truly! A self-acting squirt-gun,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 February 1854

ir'!J.-p?gTi'.-iy uua3J.Jni:;s..i olnme 5-Nnmci THE TEXAS RAMI iOasljiugton, SSteas- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1S54. ' rostmastersTvillVn inestimable fa- vor on the proprietor of the Banger, y sending him the names of those subscribers who took the Ranger at their Tost Offices, previous to the time of the burning his establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits who can read and write. To one that is billing to serve a regular apprenticeship, ttc guarantee to make him a master -workman in the art ofpnnt- iu hjch will be a fortune to any industrious vouth, as well as an honor. JbTom Urn-ope. Dates from Liverpool have been received to the 7th. instant. Although there has been no material change in the price of cotton, the market was firmer. It is reported that a general European war is inevitable. jggf The Daily Texas Times, is the title of a papftr just started in Gelveston, by Messrs. Holt, Ferguson & Parker. It is a neat paper, independent in politics, and edited with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 February 1854

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 February 1854

5TZ?nnTr!rf9iKltt axua2hXZ.jM!LS.Lii niMmmnjMiM, Yolnme -Nnmber f II f HAS RANGE!. AWB L Wltele Number 237. aggasgsssrasggs &I)c Steas Banger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TER:MS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six months $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers not pnyin'"- in advance, -will be charged So at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid hy the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1854

w; nx a lAjmi mtoapm, TOLDME-B. Southern Horticulture and Po- mology. Dr. H. Swasay, of Mississippi, proposes to publish under this head in the Cotton Planter, a Heries of ai tides, which, as he is a practical hofticultuiist, will be of value to the most of -our readers. From the first number we ex- tract the following on grafting and transplant- ing : Grafting. This should be done on all "stocks" which it is dashed to "woik" at the round as soon after the first of January as possible. For stock Grafting in the heads of old trees, which it is wished to renovate und impiove, a later peiiod, says about the time the buds begin to u start," should be chosen. To perform the operation select that por- tion of the stock where it is intended to set the Graft, and make a slanting cut 1 J inches in length completely across it. If this cut has been made with a sharp knife and a steady hand, it will do without further paring if not, it must be made level and smooth- Now set your knife edge acro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1854

,v,..5!.. ..-,,.,. j-j.i,J'iL-uwt.gtjitiAi!M.iua. ....-. u.-W.- ,Wt.Srar-,n Volume 5-Woraber 3 Whole Number 238. Hid. IfiiAAo fei '5 'li C r t I?" K !- m SE533""k.J1- H9b mro RANGER 11U 11W h J. LATVCASTJSRa Etlitor. tDosljiiigtmi, auct0. TUTRSDAY, FEi3KTAKr 16, 1S54. 'Postmasters will confer au inestimable fa- voron the proprietor of the Ranger, by sending Mm the names of those subscribers -who took the Hanger at their Post Offices, previous to the time&of the burning of his establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits nlofcan read and write To one that is willing to serve a regular apprenticeship, we guarantee to make him a master workman in the art of print- ing, which will be a fortune to any industrious -roil th. as well as an honor. Prospectus of tlie ""Texas Ranger"--JS'ew and enlarged scries To le . edited Iy J. jLancaster & E. Percy - Hovre. Onward ! Progress is the order of the vAge. Printers, Preachers, Politicians every "body must go ahead ! The spi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1854

wk,nmn-imm"-u,u4mmH.ujtuv THE TEXAS B. 3B, AW LOME STAB. 2JctD 5Urocrtiscmcnt0. To Physicians. Just received, and for sale, by B. F. Rucker, Norwood's Tincture of Vera truni Viride for con- trolling the action of the heart and arteries, in all cases where there is preternatural frequency. 30tf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, at the February Terra, A. 1), 1854. of the County Court of Washington County was duly appointed administrator of the estate of Marcus B. Boone deceased. Those indebt- ed to said estate, are requested to come forward and settle the same. And all persons holding claims against said estate, are hereby required to present them within the time prescribed by law. 306w "Har. E. Boon Feb. 7th. 1854 6w Administrator's Sale- By virtue of an order of the Hon. County Court of Washing- ton county, I will expose to public sale on the first Tuesday in juarcn, -a. .u. ioj, ueiuiu iv wun House door in the town of Brenham, three Negro "men, viz: Peter, a valuable black-s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1854

THE TEXA RAMEB, AM LONE 'V T i TWO IT WT1 1 wr t'aOiB (t5:VPi-viSKHHKfc' , 23r " ,-flaa6-3EatSB sye ., c53a K " ' "r'PnB' nr TJTgnrTitX' - V-SaSi3!S5SfeK iSPjiSSPf" a "i"iwr7iiTTi ltiTrrt iTiy SsA - i 'SfSRsSHE-v,si5ii:.2E 9uB9bvSS3Sbi ' SIjc Sams Hanger, . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LAKCASTEB. TETTMS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six months $1 75; for three months. $1 25. -Subscribers not payin"- in advance. w:lle charged $5 at the end of the year. Pa' lr.cnt within two months from the mailing of tl.'c Srst number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year ?o, m advance. Anyone sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandings made "with the publisher. , ., . , All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid iu tlue writers. The postage of a single letter is scarc...

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