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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 April 1854

"V "P54S!W JffilXffi RANGER. --.. rf rJH5 ? ?f" ' rl ... IfTI IIIIIIIMB WKP8 w. a v!v K A 2.IlemarlraMfe,Mass k t &mJ EDITED ur JLiIUS JHlXjZ. 4w 1U VY JU t 3TC ASTER, E. PERCY HOWE. aaljiugtnn, (Sfems. "-.THURSDAY, APRIL6, 1854. JS Advertisers. The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to "business men, who wish to avail $mselves of the benefits of advertising. Being life largest .paper in. Western Texas, and havinga ecnlaticn in every county in the Stateas well J SSn every Southern State, the proprietor flatters j Mmseb? that those "who advertise in his columns, jrill be most amply remunerated. C ?Postmasters "will confer an irfestimable fa-f-Vor on 'the proprietor of the Ranger, by sending Hm-theaames of those subscribers who took the jrBanger at their Post (gfficeafc-previous to the 'time of the burning of hie establishment. F their Fruits ye shall Itnow them W l&-"Nn nnmmnnitr. tribe, or nation, can attaiQ'the acme of prosperous civilization nu- de olher than Democratic...

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 — 6 April 1854

1 : lttiteNaiBfeei- 36. ' THE TEXAS 1AM11. 'AND MWE ST AE." ' " WMe Number $L : s '- . . ' M BADGER.- EDITED BY TfcjVCASTEXt & HOWE. 3. LANCJLSTEK, I E. PrRCT HOWE. iDastpttgtmt, zms. THfBSgAY, ATRIL 6, 185C T Aivcrtiserfi The Texas Hanger offers great inducements to 'business men, ""who -wish to avail thenselvesj3f. the benefits of advertising. Being thelsrgestpaper in Western Texas, and having a ' circulation, in every county in the State,.as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, Trill "be most amply remunerated. PostpHisters "Rill confer an inestimable fa- vor on theproprjctor of the Hanger, by sending inn thaatames-of those subscribers -who-took the Kanger at -fcheir Post Offices, previous to the lime of the burning of Mb establifehment. XHonvA4xBi.owif of the TJ. S. Senate, has ourjtbanks for various able Speeches, de- livered by honorable senators npon the bill to organize the Nebraska and Kansas Terri tor...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 April 1854

0 nw..M.,..v . JB. F. EUCEEE "VYliolcjsale and Hetail Dniggist. Corner of Ferrt and Preston Streets, WASHINGTON", TEXAS. KEEPS constantly on hand a large and com- plete assortment of fresh Drugs and medi- cines, Paints, Oils, Dye stuffs, Perfumery, Shop furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass, Glass "Ware, fine Cutlery, Books, Stationary, .Patent Medicines, &c4 &c, .- The orders of Physicians, Merchants, and Planters, solicited i"" Prescriptions put up with neatness and dispatch, a tall hours. 35-tf. TH03IAS TIJOU. ealer in "Western Produce, Groceries and Lr Liquors of all kinds. The highest market pjrices paid for Hides, Peltries, Peccans, Buck- horn, Ueeswax. Tallow, Honey, &3, &c. ""Consignments of every description will meet "with prompt attention. A ready market and lib eral cash, advances "S Receiving, Forwarding and Storing. Washington, April 1st, 1851. 35 tf A PROPOSITION. &S-, THE Order of the lone Star of the West, in Washington, wronoses to rive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 April 1854

J gasrtlauger, jLISHED WEEKLY BY 3LA1TCAS-TER, TERMS: ripUoaJiatjcmfijar, $8: for six months Si tor three months, $1 25rSubscribers-not jgwg insurance, wiu oe charged $5 at the end aMie-jfiar. Payment within two months from tht mailing of the first number, will he consi ura iuvuueu. a wo copies ene year fco, in J-J ; 2 m - .- . adVance. Any one sending us five cash paying v No subscription taken for a' less time than ono y r, unless a special understanding is mado with jtf the publisher. 26 paper -will he discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are . Iii 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 iy 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 Uditors. Terms of Advertising : One dollar per square of ten line...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 April 1854

--j. -- ; .--- -- - - '- A ' ' "' k. ' " Jvp -ar'-Zs- - "" '"" iBt -erc -rt?" ' !?- . "S " - .' r-sx .&-13- TH " t-.j!Bi- -jwam-:-- -"- LtfZ !. XtT . i- Yv r , . - - 3 ----- -ir-& . --- 'arm-&Tcjn?-v: ;-- f , k I i PUBLISHED WEEKLY JJT . IAjTCASTER. T BERMS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six months ?f 75; for three months, 1 25. Subscribers not payinginadrance, will be charged 5 atthe end of theyear. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be cbnsi- dcredjin advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any'ome sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. . No subscription taken for a less time than one yerunles3 a special undcrstandingismade with thepublisher. 5N0 paper will be discontinued (except at the - option of the publisher) until allarrcaragcs are lSd. & 4A11 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 p...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 April 1854

?Sr jftgfeyg&ggg i, i mniiHii i n.u.jiiwL , ,iH IMffTi,HBaggi..ui.Liia'ul'.'i.ig?iP-gl ' Bgi Mft. j-Nuker 88. .THE TBAXS RANOBB, ANB MS! STAK. Whole Number 246. E fr I W Si P- Br - ihs wm. EDITED BY . IiAWCASTJER&HOWE. J. LAJ.-OASTEK., j E. PEHCY HOWE. iBa5i)iugt0tt, Saras. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1854. Extraordinary Hail Storm. On Thursday; -night last, our town was visited by a destructive hail storm, ac- companied -with heayy Tain and wind, and seveie and-terrific thunder and lightening. The hail stones are said to hare been as large as hen eggs, -and came down with such force as'to split shingles, dentireatherboarding, and break the glass out of every window that fronted the Jforth. Tho widows of the new )rick tavern suffered considerably, having "between two and three hundred lights broken out. "We believe the gardens and young corn In tills Yicfnity, were unhurt, but about Independence and North, where the hail fell thicker,it proved disasterouslo'the young corn and vegeta...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 April 1854

w- - jqiLiijLj," r g 1 jr. - VC -st-'" " " ChsTS. j. F V ' THE TEXAS RANGER, AND 1L0NE STAH. "WTSfe- fe r" I m TOiolesale andlRetail druggist. v Cobweb, of Ferry and Preston Streets, WASHINGTON, TEXAS. VEEPS constantly on hand a large and com- w0 nacn'rhnPTit of fresh Drurs and medi- ""t. . r., v. ...-. TnAimQrV. SllOO - cures, Jfainis, una, wye . - c" , V. w.. furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass, GlassWare, Fine Cutlery, Books, Stationary, Patent Medicines, &c, &c, , The orders of Physicians, Merchants, ana- Planters, solicited , Sg-Prescriptiuns put upwun ncaiuras dispatch, at auhours. 35-tf. THOMAS TIJOU: -w-h. :. W..(.vn V-rnftimf. PrMCerfeS and . JLi Liauors of all kinds. The highest market -: o;a v. TTifloa. Peltries. Peccans, UUCL.- i... RoocTt-fiT. Tnllnw. Honev. &3, &.C. Consignments of every description "will meet ivrtn prompt uiitaitiuu.. -a. i"j . . eral cash advances- , - "S, Receiving Forwarding and Storing. "Washington, April 1st, 1851. tt - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 April 1854

mtrrw Mrnana fMrmif iiMrrmtf Hi' ' in l Hi i m iibii n i n n r 'iTITt?1! in rr'nin imimiMwifni , ., . ,,, . .i..,,,,. . - , . ... - -.- -"J-----Eax.iWBCTa ,iu ..ij.J,.t.:HJ3J&igAgWHSjy.l ' - ' ' 'iS Til TEXAS BAMEB, AW LONE STAB. l B. E. EUCKER, Wholesale axsti Retail Druggist. Corker of Ferrt and Preston Streets, WASHINGTON, TEXAS. "EEPS constantly on hand a large and com- l -olote assortment of fresh Drugs and medi cines, Paints, Oils, Dye stuffs, Perfumery, Shop furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass, Glass Ware, Pine Cutlery, Books, Stationary, Patent Medicines, &c, &c. The orders of Physicians, Merchants, and Planters, solicited S" Prescriptiuns put up "with neatness and dispatch,, at all hours. 35-tf. THOMAS TIJOT7. Bealer in "Western Produce, Groceries and liquors of allldnds. The highest market ""prices -paid forHides, Peltries, Peccans, Buck- horn, Beeswax. Tallow, Honey, &3, &c. Consignments of every description trill meet Arith prompt attention....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 April 1854

.-?-v- Try -"1 - f I ml lit I -- .jr - - ----- v. i. i ' ? 3 M& mis Jlaiiger, PUBLISHED TVEEKLY BY TEJb&I-S: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six months $1.75 for .three months, 155. Subscribers, not jayingin. aSvance, will be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailintr of the first number, will be consi- dered advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished . copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special uhderstandingis made with the publisher. -1 r No jap"erwill be discontinued (except at the option, of the publisher) until all arrearages are laid. All dues to this office may be remitted 'per mail in gobd and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Bditor, the postage of all letters being paid "iy the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the Tvriter. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus-...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 April 1854

tf'l 'S WMe Number 247. - " " -" ' ' - " MS MBR. V EDITED BY liAKCASTER & JBCOWE. J. iAXCASTEH, J E. PEKCV HOWE. xDaaijiugtmt, &zxas. THURSDAY, APRIL 2t, 1854. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to business men, "who -wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as well as in every bouthern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, Trill be most amply remunerated. jfeostmasters Trill confer an inestimable fa- vor on thfi proprietor of the Ranger, by sending him ihe names of those EubscribcrsTrho took the Ranger at. their Post Offices, previous to the, time ot the Duraing ot his establishment. A good Printer -of moral and steady habits can get a permanent situation by .applying at this office. BSL, ThepublisherJand proprietor, having to act as sole editor this week", as Tvelt as job printer, wo hope our patr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 April 1854

-- li --o,v-zv3CTS3gm ni'run'w n irirviw n'Tirnia linip" " -In-iirifftn rirlilirTmnTHPf I1 i a fli IS If, iT LONE STAB. 1 - V Countg (STattbUtates. For Clerk County Court of Grinies. ' tGBa. We are authorized to announce Mr. F. (x.-Jhatha3i, as a candidate for the of- fice of County Clerk of Grimes county, at the ensuing August election. For Sheriff. tJWe are authorized to announce the name of "Willett Holmes, as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington County at the elec- tion in August next. We are authorized to announce ilr. d ohn R A. Lewis, as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county, at the ensuing election in August next. 2S5 We are authorized to announce Mr. N. Maxey 3S a candidate for. Sheriff, at the ensuing August election. S We are authorized to announce Mr. John A. Heiskell, as a Candidate for Sher- iff of Washington County at the election in August next. JS We are authorized to announce Mr. "W- E. Aixcorn, as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county, at the ensuin...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 April 1854

,'..wr 'i rref.'i2f?v&.Aii,VTitt?r?rs-'uMJMr't- "!'i'i'Pw';!wwww7B gair1' "j- ""j-'g'aiaan.. J-'"- iii?i,ii''i''"r"fTw38f3pawieaee seasc :NB STAB. 6- Jk i . F. EDCK-EB, . "Wholesale and Retail JDruggist. Corner of Perry and Preston Streets, WASHINGTON, EEASr. $ EEPS constantly on hand Marge and com- Jk plete assortment of fresh Drugs and medi- cines, Paints, Oils, Dye stuffs, Perfumery, Shop furniture, Surgical "Instruments, Window Glass, Glass Eare, Fine Cfitlery, Uooks, Stationary, Patent Medicines,'&c.r-&c. The orders of Physicians, Merchants, and Planters, solicited JZsB" Prescriptiuns put up with neatness and dispatch, at all hours. (3 35-tf. TaoaiAs tijou. sealer in IVestern Produce, Groceries and ' Liouors of all kinds. The highest market prices paid for Hides, Peltries, Peccans, Jiuck- lioru, Beeswax. Tallow, Honey, &3, &c. Consignments, evcry description will meet with prompt attention. A ready market and lib- eral cash advances iSg, Receiving, Forwardin...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 4 May 1854

wt r- M, - ijje: or et0 flange5 & fr i V PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY SY J. LANCASTER. 5 e TERMS: . Subscription for.oneiyear, 3 ;for six months paying-iii advance, will be charged 5 at the end of the year.. Payment within two months from - themailinjt of the first numbers will be consi dered in aid vanee. Two cojpies one jeattj5in advance. Any one sending us five cash -paying s No subscription taken for a fless time than one year, unless- a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. ( ATLdhes to this office may be remitted per mail iagood and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters teing'paid by thegbriters. Ehe postage e&a single letter is 8carcely,of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in a!?extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon Editors. Ternis of Advertising : One dollar per square of ten lines o...

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

. - j JS "- -"" -wiT o I - - SHBse 5-N aber 49. Til TBIAS Mill, AN 10WB STA: Whole Number 248. S MBGER. n tttogljtitgloTt, Saras THURSDAY, pJAY 4, 1851 To Advertisers. TheEexas Ranger offers great inducements to basinets men, who, wish to avail -themselves of tlie benefits of advertising. Being . tte largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in tlie State, as well as in eveiSouthern Statrtlie proprietor, flatters Inmself thafthose who advertise in his columns. Trill be most amply remunerated. Postmasters will confer an inestimable fa vor on the,prdprietor of the Hanger, by sending Mm the names of those subscribers -who took the Banger at their Post Offices, previous to the timo of the burning cf his establishment. gy We Lad prepared an article this week in relation to the importance of tailing some active steps in Improving the navigation of the Brazos river,- hut for want of room we are compelled to lay it over until next week. Sgu Thc Rev. Horatio Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 4 May 1854

-rv3s TJ-JylX.,S c-ag;iaafgiaafli.mtii,i . " ' mm xakaiJiuiLxr ----"- ggg ''2STHp4'i"UI,ajIl3 'JO -4, . , III flllS BAWfl-EB. km LOTH STAB. . jFor District Attorney. We are authorized to announce the aame'of W. H. Vinson, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial District- f 9& We are authorized to announce N. W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd Judicial District. Paid For Clerk County "Court of Grimics. Anderson, April 29, 1S54. Mr. Lancaster You will, please announce the name of Mr. G-.'M. Mooring, as a can- didate for re-election to the office of county Clerk of Grimes. He has proven himself a tried and taitniul omcer, ana nas usea nib every exertion to please. Mant Citisexs. t&m "We are authorized to announce the name of G-. M. Mooring, as a candidate for re-election to the office of county Clerk of Grimes county. BgU We are authorized to announce Mr. J. G-. Chatham, as a candidate for the of- fice of County Clerk of Grimes county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 4 May 1854

w J . .. X -r?rg?g'y-HJ!LUi"i umiiTtum-Bw i n g TEXAS BAMfiB; AM tONJE STAB. B. F. EUCKER. " .Wholesale and Retail .Druggist. Corner of 2?erry .mid. Preston Streets, WASHINGTON, TEXAS. "EES constantly on hand alarge and com plete assortment ot iresn Urugs ana meai- cines, Paints, OHs,.Byc stufis, Perfumery, Shop fnrniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass, Glass Ware, Fine Cutlery, Books, Stationary, Patent Medicines, &c, &c. The orders of Phy&icians, Merchants, and Planters, solicited 23-Prescriptiunsput up -with neatness and dispatch, at all hours. 35-tf. THOMAS TUOIT, P- P. BROWSE THOMAS TIJOTT & Co. sealer in Western Produce, Groceries and Liquors of all kinds. The highest market nrices paid for Hides, Peltries, Peccans, Buckr iiorn, Beeswax. Tallow, Honey, &2, &c. Consignments of every description will meet -with prompt attention. A ready market and lib- eral cash advances -?S3- Recoiving, Forwarding and Storing. "Washington, April 1st, 1S54. , 35 tf X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 11 May 1854

"7?r &mrsf - t pje fealtaitger, PUBLISHED TVEEKZ.Y EY IKCASTER. .TEEMS: SuQnT)tion for One VGnrT Jfl ? fn-r bit mnntTio t-7gf5r three month, $1,25. Subscribers no" payigja advance, will be charged 5 at the end tksyear. Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first- number will "be consi- aerest'in. advance-. Two 'copies one year $5, in advance-. Any one sending us five cash paying Subscribers, "will l)e furnishfed a conv frratis. - NpjTubscription taken for a less time than one I ye&rjFunless a special understandingismade with I fcuejuDiisner, 'Jo- paper will he discontinued (except at the opttsa of the publisher) tin til all arrearages are All dees la this office may be remitted per mail xa"g6od and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid bymtfte icriters. The postage of a single" letter is scarcely or any account to the writer. It r. thL accumulation of postage in an extensive b.us iness, , which operates as a serio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 11 May 1854

resign5S3rTr?r'rraTggTO , u wa it? Toleiae 5-Inmlier 41, 'Til TEXAS 1AM!!, AND I0NE aggLQt H- JP -111-' , AVm' STAB WMe Number 3 . THE TEXAS RANGER." JL Aft CASTER, Editor. mgtoi,' Stoeaa. THURSDAY, MAT 11, 1854. TfJL&Tcrtiscrs. The Texas Hanger offers great inducements to "business men, ivho irish to aTail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest aper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as-well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those -who advertise in his columns, will he most amply remunerated. Postmasters vrill confer an inestimable fa- tot on thfi proprietor of the Hanger, by sending Mm thenamesof those subscribers vrho took the Hanger at their Post Offices, previous to the timo of the burning of his establishment. To our Patrons. A few weeks since, we thought vre had completed' our arrangements to have our perarrledon without our presence, and that v?e would have "ample opportunity to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 11 May 1854

-ym w IAS lAMlt, AIB MM STAB. 1fc... i - -- -- .1 .iriin in . -'. - .. . 1, -7. , , ii. , ini.ir i i i , , - i . -in.-ii ...,. in.irnir 1H i r an we wbb TWT nrnT Mrrijmi rnrr ggainW8BaHHK PBBB' iiMBgac:' saMBV")' irifrTTTneaaJTT--iT-'.Tfi-T-aai.niiM-r-in .r. .... iT--imgTimii-.p-Trin TiTinfir-linnMMiMinMMawi . . m I. a w- r-" "- - - . - - - - " S. i i For District Attorney- ,!. We are authorized to announce, Mr. 3as. A. Burton, of Independence, as can- didate for Attorney of the 3rdJndioial Jis- ibiot Pa SQ-Wearo authorized to announce N. iW. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the -3rd Judicial District. Paul 1 IS- We are authorized to announce, Mr. 4 John N. Houston, of Bellton, as a can- Ididate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- triot. ,. I 1 "We are authorized to announce the f name of W. H. Vinson, as a candidate for I District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- triot. "t For Clerfc County Court of Grimes. X "We are authorized to announce the Rename of G-. M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 11 May 1854

-r II .M..-w"ffr'r"iC I -JrjjM- -- '""iV TIE TBXAi m Kotice. A MAT FESTIVAL, will be"neia at Indepen- dence on Friday,- May.Stb.. A.-generai in-Tltatmn,isxtended. JBcej. O. Payn, SHIP nnd Issn-RAKfcE Broker and Commission and Forwarding Agent, Strand, Galveston, JTexas. 40-ly f B. E. TAB.VER, C. B. TASTER. TARVER & TARYER, Attorneys & Counsellors at LaWj Washington, Texas, WILL practice in the courts of thethird Ju- dicial District, and adjoining counties; and in the. Supreme and Federal courts at Austin. 40 ly t HO PX.AKTJSRS. 'IHKTIS sre now offering an assortment of f Tfreslv Drugs," Medicines ancLChemicals, "which we .have selected with the greatest care expressly for Plantation use. Also pure Wines, JLiqwors, Syrups & Cordials for Medical purposes, -which are warranted of the' best duality. We would also call your special attention to our-1 Aromatic Astiingent Syrup, fin,fiec,rual remedy for Diarrhoea, Cholera,-&c, it is Mmplc, safe and effectual. These facts we...

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