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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1854

Hr .-Tse.""' 0""fT J. ,. V tc The Star-Spanned Banne, 0! Ion? may it wave, 0er the land of the free, tnd the home of the brave. A yilCLY B1WSPAHB, BilOSAII II POHIffiS fOLDlH. WAS EM. If m RSDAl FEBRUARY 23, IBER-31. Por the Ranger. Jolin Run. v Tune John Anderson my Jo. John Rum, thou rosy fiend, John, Thy race is nearly run; v Thy barrels and thy bottles, John, The folks begin to shun. Thy glasses sparkle brightly, John, As in the days gone by; But their false delusive light, John, No more deceives the eye. John Rum, thou rosy fiend, John, I've basked me in thy ray; Till wealth, and health, and home, John, And fame have passed away; Beneath the church-yard sod, John Lies the wife I loved so well: But ah! I loved thee better, John ! Thou minister of hell. John Rum thou rosy fiend, John, Ere we acquainted were, I stood a man 'mong men, John, v Insult me then, who dare? Then, I was straight and strong, John, And my heart was bold and true; My glance was as the lightning, John, And fe...

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 — 23 February 1854

f .Mfcmwvvv.Bgfws3gaBaaB3BgageggK5s Ttfnil SI TIE TEXAS 1AM1E, AND LONE STAB Whole Number 239. 'SSS33fi5 t5r mmt?wmmmmm pSjiSsffSxSE WSk M 1 il ii li" iMfci" lliHI I i M 1 i V ' &jgia,3S" y'WBfepPKBBpJr 11 MS RANGER. EDITED BY Lancaster & Howe. J. IJlNCASTTIt. e. rritcr iioite. iDctsIjxngton, Steas. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1854. 'Postmasters Tvill confer an inestimable fa- Toron the proprietor of the Ranger, by sending him the names of those subscribers who took the Hanger at their Tost Offices, previous to the time of the burning of bib establishment. Wanted An apprentice, of industrious habits who can read and write To one tlia 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 vou th, as well as an honor. "pr.im fl r 'd-t' L "' fiST Mr. Howe will attend to the oflice af- fairs in mv absence. J. LANCASTER. A Puliiic L.ilraiy. iConversing a few evenings since, with "a Wa...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1854

J&S&5L: bwwmbbb-" a BaBa gg3T iii't i Fiii aaaMB ltja,.., ...v.i,l'..u,.i,i .,..u.j-w.mjiii ajj . " tttra, -:jB - . Til TEIAS 1AMI1, AND LONE STAE."" Jfcru CMttJcrtiacmcuts. To Physicians. Just received, and for sale, by B. F. Rucker, Norwood's Tincture of Yeratrum Yiride for con- trolling the action of the heart and arteries, in all cases -where there is preternatural frequency. SOtf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, at the February Term, A. D, 1854, of the County Court of Washington County ivas 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. 30-6w War. E. Boon Feb. 7th. 1854 6w A dministrator's Sale- By virtue of an L order of the Hon. County Court of Washing- ton county, I will expose to public sale on the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 18...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1854

&iT;. ;v. Yolnme 5-Nnmber 31. m Wliole Number 239. t f 'yxS gmfg2m&imgMak&82M i?m&mWmmm "- 3M&i&li3rc tggaBgBFfglF. KttJ!&m&im?&a&m iaBis &J?BK3Sri3Eire wfilliSiil -tt-L. AaKssiHefrUjr -fce3 i.iRee7 j2 assrsSr-,ePB8KsseQr3 V 7Mtefe5EF -g'aPCiJggrgfaCgfrfc usfiB- IKKHS,-aS.-fc. agSSaA-Sft g.3aflga Sag - Migg'SSigS3iF She Saras Sanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTEE- TERMS: Subscription for one year. $3 ; for six months $1 75; for three months, 1 25. Subscribers not paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the vear. Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $o, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription1 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 ...

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

4Hen&v & s MET The Star-Spangled Banner, 0! long may it wave, O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. lOffiAIffi II Mill HIWSMM, Dl E-5. WASHIHGTOE TE m JRSDAY. MARCH 2 1154 MBEBr-32. TJie Planter's life. It has always appeared to us that the life of the farmer is, of all others, the life most to be desired. In truth, he is the only man who can affect to be at all independent of the world around him. It is commonly said indeed, it is so laid down in the law books that every man's house in his castle, and the expression is supposed to convey the idea that every man enjoys some peculiar privileges and immunities, in his own house, and a cer tain degree of exemption from the cares and annoyances "which beset him elsewhere. But alas ! of how few poor mortals is this true ! The houses of most men of doctors, lawyers merchahts, mechanics, &c, &c, are castles only in the sense of being places to which the poor owners of them are driven to seek refuge from the ...

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

. fi - C -. 5s 5St V3kTV--w ti ' "-likinnr. -'- ' TrT TTi ill B liilfci )Hfe&ft(ijORHltl A. sr"j"flpaMpynrHii F " Jga-SS iHiiS efen" ADHD tV t? !Ksa 1HE ffliS RMGffi e. S. rBCT HOTTS, EDITED F? Lancaster Ho; J LJiyCXSTXJl THURSDY, MRCH21854. Postmaster?willcjnfer an inestimable fa- vor on the proprietor tt the Ranger, by sending him the namff thcae subscribers -who took the Ranger at weir Post Offices, -previous to the time "f Lse "turning of his establishment. "The Texas Banger promises shortly to re-enla-'ge its proportions. We see, too, that tfr. Lancaster has associated with him ir. tV editorial department, Mr. E. Percy Howe. fonnerly editor of the Mississippi Pine Knot. ,j"ith so valuable an addition to its men&i strength, we confidently look for the Ranger y to become one of the most interesting papers f in the State' State Gazette. -Sr-Thanks to our friends of the State pa- per, for iheir neat complimentary welcome into the ranks of fac Texas corps editorial. 3?or the...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 March 1854

v f yln" fe-wfszi!itlssmexsr S.iuir.;-jMy.ja,a THE TIXAS RANGES, AND L0N1 STA HZcvd Qbvcclistinmts. To Physicians. Just received, and for sale, by B. F. Rucker, Norwood's Tincture of Veratrum Viride ior con- trolling the action cf the heart and arteries, in all cases where there is preternatural frequency. 30tf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, at the February Term, 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 ngainst said estate, are hereby required to present mem iuuu "- - r""- "J - 30-6w Wir- E-IJoo?r Feb. 7th. 1854 6w iiiijvroie yotir blieep! 1IIATE just receive , from the State of Ver- mont, 2S Spanish M er iuo Bucks, and 7 half French and Spanish Mciino Iimbs, which I will sell at 30 to 50 a piece ; also. ne thorough bred French Merino Buck, lrom S W. Jewctt's impor- tation...

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

. -5 L Jr"-6 r-dfr--. TEXAS BANGER, AND LONE STAB. -f ...... ryiiSWfcwu SBBSr&5ggsafe, sSRi if3BBIE3:ra5i:??3S ''eAIWSe '&at"3SiB&ee3B3sp5 asaySB- I'a -uEnfc? ?.5Rs5&33KiSSe!iP --i?viS3RaKiracsM STS:era "' -K. iijBs5?y!fti -7S&ftve?raBCSat Wit3- s1fi8KM5:3S ?pSSk-..rTSB- LBfi-!J?Kawea!H?V3aBBaiSffBt Pa 3ikic jeifec-rws -vj " $ $&&mm7m&&GBBR 4f 3?' rJi&93$5' '!j&1n rV E5SaKTj'-S.iiiai5i: -3i--!ieKIi liBPSHHSfesSHr i- -3TSK.Vpk.''FV .? T.fBmm ir,.aPB(Hr 5HHBBif!igB?3g9K SHH!HMre3Ep'l3fc3iiPSr 9VlSgiSHSiBPbc EH5iS5iE p xi Ijc SToras Hanger, W i PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TES'MS: Subscription for one year, S3 ; for six months 1 75; for three months. SI 25. Subscribers not paying in advance. Trill be charged 5 at the end of the year Payment Trithin 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 us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy ...

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

-.":: X- r-'J" Alii ETHSW The Star-Spangleil Banner, 0! long may it ware, O'er the land of fun free, and the home of the bravo. QP uiJJ i r" . j-v hiiai, V0L0I-5. HIG10I TEXAS. THURSDAY. 1RCH'9.K MUMBER-33. pt tw r r rrr, ft 5. iJ llll 1 1 t & " I l I f I I OVcJ cbJblUU as r. r n v i t a i T Y r YVTY Y Y A :Aj JL cJUdb a JU V cAJcaj cA? CL Jlt i V VILLAGE BHEMES. Ko. TJL A notion 'tis, ridiculous, absurd, That worth can be by mcestry conferr'd Men may their lands and moveables transmit, But not their greatness, goodness, valor, -wit; Yet (how absurdly ') some -weak Beads suppose Merit on them, another's fame bestows. They deem it honors them, to be allied To kindred, eminent; and prate with pride Of the u relationship.'' It does them good. To think that they, by marriage, or by blood, Connected are no matter what degree Tho' but a thirt'eth cousinship it be. Others, no less contemptible of soul, Teel. when they hear a rich man's carriage roll, The pangs of envy at his prouder st...

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

dS ga.--z3?sgiy v:aA5E5S EMnnrmiaZ!WR3$nFl'rntetBjEE3SBrl -rfm'ni 17 oinme 5-Nmnb fja"; tiCix ---givia. jflK'fflSB3e;'TBfcin'ige '"- " - -", ii3B'- - -' S Til Til AS RANGER, AMD LONE STAR, Whole Number 241. da8L. .- - THE TEXAS RANGER. jpppjppg2j EDITED B Lancaster & Howe. as Tirussery. v ' jrs of Texas have of laic had j to recofti . 0 of bratal and bloody violence, j hateful to the heart and ear of humanity, and I hurtful to the character of the fair State. If j the laws were faithfully and rigorously enfor ced, to the prompt convietion and punishment of offenders, in every case of barbarism, the State would soon eraeige fiom the bad odour, Vrhich the too frequent occurrence of murder- ous recouuters has attached to it i l-VCATER rEPcr fCHT. Urtfilrr iBasljinginu, Qitxas. THURSDAY, MARCH 9 1854. Postmasters "will confer an inestimable fa- Tor en the proprietor of the Ranger, by sending him the names of those subscribers who took the Ranger at their Post Offices, previous to th...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 March 1854

r, . U4Vwni:JXVJj.W.J&J:yLf.i w'f.vw,:ii,..ijvi,-i-. BJj.i;gxa m TEXAS RANGER, AND WM ?$&Mf- Aj4&s3r Talualle Medical & Surgical Boolts ! TUST received and for sale low for Cash, by " B. F. RUCKER, Washington, Texas : Paget's Surgical Pathology; Meigs' Valpeau's Midwifery; "Walton'-s Operative Opthalmio Surgery, by Little; Royal's Materia Medica and Therapeutics; U. S. Dispensatory, by Wood & Bache, new edition; Ghristison & Griffith's Dispensatory; Dunglison's Human Physiology; " New Remedies, new edition; Christison on Poisons; Paxton's Anatomy, by Lewis ; Turner's Chemistry, by Rogers; Griffith's Medical Botany: Gardner's " Chemistry; Pancoast's Wistar's Anatomy; Magendie's Physiology; Elis' Medical Formulary; Sharpey and Quain's Anatomy, by Leidy ; Massie's Eclectic Southern Practice; Beasley's Druggist's Receipt Book; " Medical Formulary; Pocket " Family and Ship Medicine Chest Companion; Smith's Anatomical Atlas; Intermarriage, by "Walker; The American ...

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

Slje Stems Hanger, PULISliED WEEKLY B J. LANCASTER. TERMS: ISevt Goods. AUSTIN' S,- B Eli 'FRAN'S, WASHINGTON. TEV, RE now opening a beautiful assortmem of -&. frsh importedof the latest sty ltd. selected by one of our fhm. expiessly for this market, Subscription lorone 5r'-0'"u7 comprisinc every description of goods adaptcu to 'PrX I the Jreseulseason fr family andTptontatK? uses. AI p ;;"-VwnS; , m ths from'? ! they especially invito the atten 01 xnc j Kar. J.U..T -- ---- tho mailing of the first number, will be consi der ir- aav-ncc .' c - 3 one year o, in i aa-rT" 4nv ran ti. i n is five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. j No subscription taken for a less time than one vear, unless a special understanding is made with j the tjublfcher. , All dues to this office may be remitted per mail , in t;ood and available Bank notes, at the risk of ' the Editor, th? pastas" f all letters being paid j ba the writers The postage of a single letter is scarcely of ar...

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

-"- r rjR 4? wmmi, The Sf ar-Spangled Banner. 0! long may it wave, " O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. J lite yOLOIE-5. WMIIGM, TEXAS. THURSDAY MARCH IB 18 IDIBEBr34 JJBMBKifePrgJyfey .-vrx r&BSS&SSQv&Mpftt&Sv -' -v- j-, rPrr en os-k f oo iillilf f-f t ' 1 or the Kaugsr TILLAGE EHBIES.--KO. 1Y. The Toper. 1,0 a tiling to scare the crews' Where the wreck of manhood 'goes, .Again to drown hs woe, T ith the "bacchanalian throng. In what haste he toddles hy I Sure the vrctch is very dry, .Almost ready now to die Pot a toddy stiff and strong raugh' hs beard a f hoclv.rg7lght j And hi glaring cj cs -ire h-Jght v With a fierce rubrjeal light Prom the spirit lire withm ; His old coat is threadbare Torn; Half it's button- see' are gone, In the rear hif pants arc torn, And his hat in front a caTt-d in. Ton maycc Lun every day, To the bar-room v-ond his way; "Where the sot wtU tippling stay. Until Reason flics her throne. Then he 11 stagger to his shed. "Whe...

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

e!Sssf.iiss?esvfmisi jj 'olaiae 5-Nn e-3g "tug ,rfgLgg&:tUj33Sl , i-.nwflii . jttt iiPf 1 TEXAS SANGER, III I M I t I I I 1 1 iil5Cw3!SsfflSfe?Sil3k Jvas acjT ,-g- &tZ&v-3K 1 -SSS,saa8BH3k BSSKOES vcgrvssasQffisa- ssEjwaBSb-" 3"3sh - - - - - s x " fSSeeiOfc ,fVKN "iSS VraSpfcslK rjfcfci'ife - -isHfB5 saMMiai TlfflBra marr tLXHBm ie WMe Number 242. TOT VF EDI1ED BY Lancaster & Hovre. J. l"fCiTT"S. r rr?cr nc-: ittosljington, Saras. THURSDAY, M! AUCH 16 1S54. Postmasters trill confer an inestimable fa- the ma Tor on the proprietor of the Ranger, by sending ' regular b Ttjinp-er at their Post Office;, -nrpvlnuc tn thn I pusimas time of the burning of his establishment. Sgk. On the anival of the Biazos (which is expected to be the first boat to return ) we shall receive our paper, when we will piesent the Ranger in its original enlarged size, and much improved: Those wishing to sub- scribe to or advertise in the Ranger, had bet- , ter send in their orders and take advant...

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

Tv--rvsbr3t Z?.2 'ifv . V V 5ffi! , r-.. -! s 76S3feSVfi r- j-, TEXAS BAN6E1, ANB MNE -... -:f.v-v " ;.yC- -x JSF SR!aPsHS!!6affifc g -- Valuable Medical & Surgical Boolts ! TUST received and for sale low for Cash, by B. P. BUCKER, Washington, Texas : Pagefs Surgical Pathology; Meigs' Valpeau's Midwifery; "Walton's Operative Opthalmic Surgery, by Little; Royal's Materia Medica and Therapeutics; TJ. S. Dispensatory, by Wood & Bache, new edition; Ghristison & Griffith's Dispensatory; Dunglison's Human Physiology; " New Eemedies, new edition; Christison on Poisons; Paxton's Anatomy, by Lewis ; Tumor's Chemistry, by Rogers; Griffith's Medical Botany: Gardner's " Chemistry; Pancoasfs "Wistar's Anatomy; "Magendie's Physiology; Elis' Medical Formulary; Sharpey and Quain's Anatomy, by Leidy ; Massie's Eclectic Southern Practice; Beasley's Druggist's Receipt Book; " Medical Formulary; " Pocket " Family and Ship Medicine Chest Companion; Smith's Anatomical Atlas; Intermarriage, by...

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

r .-s-wiMCsv "c -ti 53& 2n& s tirat&gu 4r ;-WSTr7n' j,?,, i.'-fJt'ri-l-tyiW.rTWffria'W- "".' .;.-aSw-'wta-gmBWrBS ;Tia rrn'yrt!'t Q- . i. .jtJVP V "-2f . SS ' ms&SesL :4 -- ' ". -3 . FSgg'&'SSA.-i-v.-tfi -i.' ' &Ct .7235. zi ar- iia& ru5f-k7 - "-- -w JflfraHUBSV - JRJfiJJ? : VWi.-J3aH.WTr i.WW w&.ibw.w 7Lf. ;wr'ii AriT!urT5i?se o-TT rr f17T fT I KSSaSXSi 1UHIW T I3sSK55&J?K:3.J ?-a;frWrS. .,H43r5fwgft.f-Jrit, sfffS&tf'im rgZ&mzSsgBm1 2& zg&8Z . 4BB5JSKe. ' V'SiJ'-'5a12SH5raff?MC jsjaferV 4s-jtK5rS l?aSS$iii,?l's1 SSDF4H$i: ViI?jHS S:3fcuEsss j-ricafr.sSii-ssaa ,IS?feCi5 4Sl&ii5ff JWfcfi"Tii,trt... iJffiaKw-39ESl- fESS- r" '3&lSS? segssssssa" ss&srag 5sfe-MiMrw2t ri'i"-;:TraK- JtmassBms "?sea3arrss5,-sa wgKS smi'S T&F 'SIE? j r. fjgp XeJif ,T& 1 A Sb , lie tf - ' it A Vt A VSWjt Vti-tX PUBLISHED VV T-AifCA"bTJ TERMS: Subscription for one year, 3 SI To: for three months, ?! ::.- paying in advance, will bo charm of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1854

iXj 1-ffflSifflGER! fjp. ' - -c?i- - j st - "7 " $ -'-'-"-'- ' '-11" r " - ,,- - -- r ' - 42& vSS2- -iF8! " -i r ssr k . r - x- ; - rMix jt im 5 afeTjCA VS3IRS SDiEtrBY 3ECASTER, & SOWS. lWOASTEB., j E. TERGr'HO'n-E'. O5!)iugf0n Searosu DAT, MAHCEE 23 lS5i. priF sfzmzw - -".irN g&csr rws .& - -y .?,.-: -:.t7Kmsb ?x j nwtfasoKb - rarr - 4."-"-: rsr 7 tj wMLJwmm v w mi w:- , ; - r -y Siejg 'fir mSk a& & fe-A kLsm3s yy ! rmcs .s luss tifeSSi?' s? -jfS y-ssisss rass. Ha?rrirer 9-.1-a' -i e J&Gs e:rAmgk sssfcireN fc-""5UE3 Sf :3A?S23si-:SS? SJ&b g.S1 .geEsa iiSft KSLf s. w ' "- " -v fc "" . & m i Hi f 1 SSersaon onemperance. T &7 OKE 0 THE PARSOSTS. 'i5ivopl)OAlE,pncflfonr'Usli chnrch officials, las rc- ccislyJUeegcliarged Willi i-rrsaiPEKAicE, and other offences TOca easex:ame 'teforc the Jour t ofJJishops lie iraj disarfted. on confessing IIis sns " rfll be racollecteS t5at. a few years ago, sjiotKeBishop. Okderdonk, was arraigned ahiea By a cler...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1854

- Kf ir- i BlpJiiL EDITED BY JLANCASTER & HOWE. IJLIfCASTER, 1 E. PERCY HOSX. astijktgfon,. STcai . !EHUESDAY, MARCH 50 854. .vertBjptr- s an w . Hp .T yrho wish tolyail s of the bewffls ot stSycrtising. Being ga oil Jumseu mat ttiose -sriia advertise lire ni,.inu ill "bo "mese amply remunerftteu. v ' rPtt&&a3le?s will confer an inestlm&Mn. fo Tor on Hie "proprietor of the-Blanger, by 6trt$jn Mm. the names of those subscribers T?ho took ii Sanger at their Post Offices, previous to th 'time'of?tIie fuming of his establishment. ' T,. Gapt. Luter, of Goliad, is our author- ized agent to receive subscriptions for the Texas Rancor. , 8"We to-day present our readers with our large w and improved sheet, and all we ask is punctuality of onr subscribers, in the way of $ayment.Jaeuable us to continue to improve .jihe; It anger. ' JSg?" Messrs.Lawrancend Hutcheson, are informed of the receipt of their favor with the V.. enclosed. JES'i&Ir.W- H. Burton, of Ala. can see the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1854

L t ? Is;0mmunicatton0,- - For the Ranger. ... Goliad, March 2d, 1854. Bev. Gfents of the Hanger: Though hut about 150 miles from the im- mediate Tange of the Ranger, one can steam across the Atlantic in less than the time it takesJJncle Sam's mail to bring us your spi- eyifsnd -welcome hebdomadal to this great and growing Goliad the grand emporium-to-be, of AUHhis gorgeously green grazing, golden- gramf and cotton cultivating country. Nev ertheless, having, as yet, but little to do, pro- lessionally, by day, (Mrs. Muggins lectures nocturnally for the family edification) I may aiypvell indulge my gust for gossip, and give JQu a" few items of local tattle, although the 'xsws will be ancient by the time you receive ifc Appropos I read in the Ranger of a frenchman who has invented an india-rubber dress, which, when gas-inflated, renders, him i so elastic that he can make tracks over the arfch at the rate of six yards a stride, much fo the wonder of open-mouth'd observers. Bsovr this is...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 March 1854

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Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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