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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 May 1854

'KT jf - . Xu . Mlje &zxa$ Hanger, V ' ZZ " -- - SfSfiTW ' .... -. -. vy 388 I . . II -ifcv. y f-ltUMi" i: "Hal"3v"sJ-?' SSSxSX. 0'"S3K?""O-x. rfc .. I (3 " vraSCl. X-3h tSk. x gr5. f v . t-l. T"hr -fnltnrmT(r-lTVMi m iKfnnonmt n htTVH i j.E2:ttJii: i i rarv. xL tsy 1 vr"w iahr ir mjssaer-- -EsssiEss8s ;'. y fea i rrs &"ia d?vja .Ex""tSw s?mFy subscription for one year, 3 : 1 o, lor three months, $155. Subscribers no paying inndvance, frill be charged 5 at the end . of the-yjear. Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first number ? "will be eonsi- tleredj In. advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash, paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year unless a special understandingismade with therpublisher.. TJo' -paper will be discontinued (except at the up woe oi me puDiisnerj until auarrearnges are pj&L. A11 dues to "this ofiiee may be remitted "per mail in good and ava...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 May 1854

4!- J Mfc- r g5 -' "-?.5 V H3SssssaE3: v , mer THE-TEXAS 1AMIJ m stab. WM'e limber 51. r CWWJ6SSljfe!CiJJWj.aWBGaigTwwf5MiifgrTy r v, "i- ' ' ; ' " 1flOi I . - g . t . -- -.-I.-. gi. v.'j' wkiw.il. .in Li- ii i in i f n mi ii 1 1 II ii iii utt ii 111 i- i inrii "in i -in i i i . -.-i-t-tii i 'i i ' i 'in i r-i iii..n, i . i i 1 1 j 1 1 rmTTg n i. mm - . . u . . . i kj - i lj . ' -'-iii -mumi.i i m i 'tMMWMiWBlSatwKB v "lEgs, 1ST V PfiMMf? iuidl ai IMS Mil. - & p J- :LACAg33gitojr. : iBa0l)iiigt0it, Stoas; THTRSDAifeLAY 25, 1S54. To Auvertfccr?. The Texa&Eanger offers great 'inducements t business men, who wish'to avail themselves of the benefits of advertisinc Beimr " thelasest paper in TVcstern Texas, and having a circulation m every eounty in. the State, as "well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who adyertise in bis columns, will be Eioskamply remunerated. - Psrmasers will confer, '-an inestimable fa vor on-the proprietor of theJRanger...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 May 1854

THE TEXAS Mill, AND LONE STAB. 3 -v fp r ugitst (Election. For District Attorney. fiSVe are authorized to announce. Mr. w ASA.siBuRT02, of Inaepeiidence, as a can- didate -for" Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict: --, paid. B-. Ye are authorized to announce iN". "W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd Judicial District. Paid BSU.TVc are authorized to announce, Mr. Jo-kit N. Houston, Of "Bellton, as a can didate for Attorney of1 the 3rd Judicial Dis- tricts B- We are authorized to announce the name oFW. H. Vinson, as a" candidate 'for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. For District Cleric. E- "We 'are-authorized to announce, Mr. "W&Bi Jarrejll. as a candidate for District Clerk, of Washington councy. paid. B We arc -authorized to announce, Mr. D. D. Grumpler, as a candidate for re-election to the office of district Clerk of Washington county" For Sheriff. $We arc authorized to announce the nariie'&of Willett Holmes, as a candidate for...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 May 1854

am-yp Statilhi' Mi,i,i-tirfitiHi'TSri-'nJTrlSM1aiJfcL 'i'iTi Ti W Wi'i''r-Tft?ljlh!Ai& THE km b; f. eucker, "Wholesale and Retail Druggist. Corker of Eerrt and Prestos Streets, WASHINGTON, TEXAS. KEEPS constantly on liand a largo and com- plete assortment of fresh Drags 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 sO Prescriptiuns put up with neatness and dispatch, at all hours. 35-tf. BooScs and Stationary TUST received and ibr sale low for Cash, the following standard and popular works: "Websterfs unabridged Dictionary; Bancroft's History of the TJ. States, 5 vols. Hollin's Ancient History, 2 yols., Gibbonls Rome, 6 vols. Conquest of Mexico, by Prescott, 3 vols. " Peru, . 2 vols. v Ferdinand and Isabella, " 3 vols. Trving's "Works complete, 14 vols. Swift's Works, 2 vols. Lamar...

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

m . -fir rf' -- $&&& danger, ' ? y - , -; 7 - - GaZ7 " t ' Ae$&Hl& TW f 5 Subscrintion for one tout. 3 : for sii montE fi& ' 1 lH 1 SliVllS xfuW! v. S iS Sn i? I 5??ftxi333 , iS ""nS!. , I H I S3 1 S8 Ha i" JSMS? lssf- paying inadvancc, wil?ibi6harged $5 atthe end '.OiMVl t of the year. Payment within two mpntusfinnv t&eailidg'of 1he first number, willbe. censi- jiered inladvanes. Two copies one year.1-5, 'in uuiamce. Any one seuuiag us nve -cusu jjjuujj subscribers, mil be furnished a copy gratis. 2f o subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a, special -understandingis made irith Slthe publisher. 2?o paper Trill bo discontinued (except at the option, of the publisher) until all arrearages are I aid. iSHlfduest) this officQimay T)g remitted per mail in good and arailableank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters leing paid by 'the. writers. The postage of a-jSngle letter is scarcely of any account to the Vriter. It i...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 1 June 1854

3' - "SJ1 Butu-Hrfri'KWJBflaaawaagjJuiiuMa ttl Ha S Aft ft H 1 f WMe Number 252. TIE TEXAS -B'AMBE-'AND-IONE STAB. I; V (TITTn IMS RAMI .T. JuAISCASTJER, ZEciitor. ton, (Sterol St. THURSDAY, JUKE 1, 1854. To idvertiscrs. The Texas Banger offers great inducements to busneiS men, -who -wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertisine-. Iteinp- the largest paper in Western. Texas, and having-a uitiuauDU in every uuuiibj in inc ciate, asTveil "as in every Southern Btatc. the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, Trill "be most amply remunerated. Acknowledgments. - JS"" Wf Kellogg, Esq., Wheelock, is in- formed of the receipt of Lisfavor. Mr..James Patterson, Barnwell, S. G., is notified of- the receipt of his letter, with sub- scription enclosed. Thokonly land agent we A Qury for Physicians. We find the following queiy in the Itich- mond (Va.) Enquirer. It is a very impor- tant one, and one that should he looked 'into with deep research : -Can medic...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 1 June 1854

H "l4lW& ujig&szisga&i? w .; rfMOusjtufc-AsLj s;.jiii,uj----7---'-'---- Kkuviwwr.tt'k-r .aaguaggsgasstBatvaeaiaxsBBaai -..-. - TO AS-MMIII, AH WIS STAB. ' -SV """Tgp5SiSSB ""Aja ,.- ,. T August (Slattern. For District Attorney. .-We are authorized to announce, Mr. Tas, A. Burton, of Independence, as a can didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict paid. -- B- "We are authorized to announce N. "W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd Judicial District. Paid Eg, We are authorized to announce, Mr. John IT. Houston, of Bellton, as a can- didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. "B "We are authorized to announce the name of "W". H. Yinson, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis trict. For District Cleric JB- "We are authorized to announce, Mr. "W. P. Jarrell- as p. candidate for District Clerk, of Washington county. paid. UH- "We are authorized to announce, Mr. ' 3). D. Crumplxr, as a candidate for re-election to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 1 June 1854

1.1. ilBN,,- '" I iilff in CJijM Jr' Til fSI'M Mill. 1MB l mrm lAi. k 1 r O 100,G00 Giffs for tlie people. JOSI&H Perham submits to the People of tie United States,liis third Monster gift Enter-ijn-ieein connection with the Exhibitions of his Magnificent and immense Mirror of North and -South America, at Academy Hall, 663 Uroadway, !Rew York, 100,000 Tickets Only, at SlJSacIi, 17I1I he sold. Uach purchaser of a Ticket for - the admission of four persons to the Exhibition, Toll "be presented rath a Numbered Certificate, entitling the Holder o One Share in the follow- ing 100,000 Gifisy AJ'arniy.'located in Harrison Township, Glouces- ter COoNF Jersey, und within 15 miles of Philadelphia. Itcmhraces over 100 Acres of land, in a high state of cultivation, -with dwell- ing, Barns, and other necessary Out-houses, in good repair. There islarge Orchard of choice Fruits. Title indisputable- Talued at 1G ,000. (Any information'in regartTte the Parm can he obtained of Belan Redfield, tena...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 June 1854

;. PUBLISHED TVEEKLT 3? XJSRMS: y -Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six month j3l .75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no 'paying In. advance, will be charged 5 at the end of the year. Payment within tiro months from the mailing of ihe first number, Trill jbc consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, In advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. 2Jo subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with jthpublisher. No paper Trill be discontinued (except at the option or the publisher) until allariearsges are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail n good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid hy theicrilers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any -account to the writer. Ifris thg accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, .which operates as a serious tax upon Sditors. -1 Ters3iSf of Advertising ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 June 1854

TMome S-Niimiier 45. ' " TlfE lEXASllANGER AND LONE TAE. : : WM Number 253. . IE TEXAS RANGER. J, lAKCASTJBR, Editor. tifttfjjington, Sforct0. THURSDAY, JUKE 8, 1854. To Advertisers. The Texas ganger offers great inducements to 'business men, who -wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertiBi5g,,v Being the largest paper in. "Western Texas, enfiiaving a circulation in every county in the SfafeaSsgeiij as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those -who advertise in his col5nSf!J prill be most amply remunerated. HH .'Postmasters Trill confer an inestimable fa- vor on the-pronrietor of the Hanrrer. bv sendinr Mm the names of those subscribers -who took the Banger at their Post Offices, previous to the time of the burning of Mb establishment. Funeral Notice. TheFuneral Sermon of Mr. Noah Cheek, -pill fcpreached in the Methodist church, in tMs place, tin next Sabbath, by Her. HufuaC. Bur-J leson, of "Baylor University. Aclmowledgements. Mr. A. E. JSayJPra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 June 1854

p" mi, iiFiiwiHiiMn 'Mig a a wmpy nr s48fe .-.-grtrege3 ,r rfTy-jtB IB ifaii r ttw fti irt&lrfiitfMB W JflJi IJ&aAo BAWfeJlilft, Aillf L Willi SIA-jiI. - - "a-t. ""Sw b.y. r -laBBat -aLy- - - - "- "- ' - August CglCCtt01X For District Attorney. ftSBr- We are authorized to announce. Mr. 5asA. Burton of Independence, as a can- didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. " paid. IJSu "We are -authorized to announce N. . W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd Judicial District. Paid B, Wc are authorized to announce, Mr. John jS:. Houston, of Bellton, as a can- didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. Bjk We are. authorized to announce the name of W. H. Yrssox, as a candidate, for District "Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict For District Clerk. 1 We. are authorized to announce, Mr. -W.-F. Jarrell. as a candidate for District Clerk, of Washington councy. paid. Bt. We are authorized to announce, Mr. D. D. Crumpler, as a candidate for r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 June 1854

-4. aagasgzssagsEtststgssaa; R? MB I TAIL 4" -- .; - - -- III I Hi A, AS to A rS fell! IGQOOO Gi& forIie Beople. JOSllH. Perlism'submits to the People of the lEJnifed States, his third Monster gift Enter- prise, in qcimection with the Exhibitions of his 3Iagnificentftand immense Mirror of North and South America, at A-cademy HalV 60S Broadway, Kew York. ipcKGOG Tickets Only, at $1 Eacli. "Will "be sold. Tack Purchaser of a Ticket for the admission of four persons to the Exhibition, . -will he presented -with a Numbered Certificate, entitling the Holder to One Share T the follow- ing 100,000 Gifts : A farm, locntedln Harrison Township, Glouces- ter Co.,Uew Jersey, and Tvithin 15 miles of Philadelphia. It embraces over ivi) Acres or Land, in ahighstateof cultivation, -with dwell- ing, Barns, and other necessary Cut-houses, in (Any information jnregard ta 'the. Farm can he obtained of Belan Jledfield, tenant on the Apcrpetual loan without security or interest, 5,CO0 . " J,00K tc - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 June 1854

Tgr Mi)t &xa5 danger, PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY BY J LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3; for six month 1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the year- Payment within wo months from the inailing 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, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. If o subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made "with the publisher. No paper Trill he discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in j;ood 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 tne writer, it is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, "which operates as a serious tax upon Edit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 June 1854

m.r , im'1g JP r2 Flimi,e "5-fealcr -48. THE TBIAS ffillWH AMD UNI STAB. WMe Number 8 4 gi'!j''Hilr ' W J-i A.y.gifc. iMiiLi ' ' n '' f" THETMAS RAHGER. JiJLAjNOASTER, EditorJ . THITRSIlXT, JUNE 51, 1854. : To iaverfisers. Tlfe Texas Hanger offers great inducements to business men, who "wish to avail themselves 6f the "benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every count y in the State, as "well as in everjSouthern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, trill be anost -amply remunerated. V?ostmasters will confer an inestimable fa- fegn the proprietor of the Banger, by sending iimIie,names of -those subscribers who took the lUmgerst thelf'Eost Ofiices, previous to the time of theiurning of his establishment. See announcement in today's paper of Adolphia Testard aeandidate for comity 'Treasurer. JJThe; CentralTexian, is the name of a neat little "paper published iu Anderson, bvTT. &K. A....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 June 1854

n ";-:--: ---;. .fill "TEXAS RAK&ER, OT LOftE 3TAB. . ' . . " "M. . August Election. e v . l&or District Attorney. : " 7SSU We are authorized to announce, Mr. Jas. A. Burton, of Independence, as a can- r aidatetfor Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Pis- "'tfict ?ald- "b We are authorized to -announce N. W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd JudicialDistrict. Paid BS- We are authorized to announce, Mr. John N. Houston, of Bellton, as a can- didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- frriifc E We are authorized to announce the nameofW. H. Yinson-, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. For District Clerk- , We are authorized to announce, Mr. tf-W. P. Jarreli.. as a candidate for District Glerlr36f Washington county. paid. t. We are authorized to announce, Mr. 3). D.""Crumpler, as a candidate for le-election to the office of district Clerk of Washington county. . For Sheriff. ju iWe are authorized to announce the name of Wiixet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 June 1854

s - x.u,..as5ssaaHHisaMjqMttia ' "wrfwwg fill, AND LONE STAB. JF TI -f. " ,000 Gifts lor the People. . Perham submits to the 3?eaiDle of the Jolted States, his third Monster gift Enter- ase. in connection Tvith the Exhibitions of his Macnificent .and immense Mirror of North and South America, at Academy Hall, 663 Broadway, r2?fewYork. 100,000 Tickets-Only, at SlEaeli, "Will he sold. Each Purchaser of a Ticket for the admission of four persons to the Exhibition, r Trill l)e presented -with a Numbered Certificate, ' entitling the Holder to One Share in the follow- ?nir TOO imn fiiftc . AEarm, located in Harrison Township, Glouces ter Co., New Jersey, and -within 15 nules of Philadelphia. It embraces over 100 Acres of land, in a high state of cultivation, -with dwell- ing, Barns, and other necessary Out-houses, in good repair. There is a large Orchard of choice iruits. Title mcusputaoie. v aiuea at j.u,uuu. (Any information in regard te the Farm can Tie obtained of Belan Hedfield, tena...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 June 1854

I tot0 -flangcr, PUBLISHED WPrcr-v Br - TERMS Subscription for one year,$8-; for sis month 01 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged 5 at the end of the year. Payment Trithin two months from tne mailing ofirthe first "number, will be consi- dered, in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one .sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. No subsenptipn taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made Trith the publisher. No paper vrili be discontinued (except at the option of 'the publisher) until allarrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in. god And available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of' all letters being paid 6y the writers. The postage of a single letter' is scarcely of any account to the Trriter. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which, operates as a serious tax upon -Bailors. Terms of Adve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 June 1854

1,1 11-11, - ' -, Tdtitae iMVimiber 47. Til TEXAS RMGER AN I ONE STA: Hole lumber 2-55. HE TEXAS' RMGER. XL A38 CASTER, Editor. THURSDAY, JU3JE 32, 1854 To Advertisers. The Texas Bnnger offers great inducements to business men, who 171511 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, a&well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, vdll be most amply remunerated. Poshnasters -will confer an inestimable" fa vor oa the proprietor of the Ranger "by sending Mm the names of those subscribers -who took the Banger at their Post Offices, previous to the time of the burning of Ms establishment. --- An Appeal, Since our disaster by fire, our expenses in resuming business Las been very heavy, and in order to meet our every engagement, we iire compelled to call on those who are in- oVjteiio us. Many owe a small sum, and may think t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 June 1854

' WkJUIll,JM"W4jJ!lM. ir ' v . Efl AS BANftfiR, AND LONE STAB. August Election. For District Attorney. 2SL. "We are authorized o announce. Mr. "3" as, A. Burton, of Independence, as a can- didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict, paid. BSg. "We are authorized to announce N. "W. Battle, as a candidate for District At- torney, of the 3rd Judicial District. Paid E We are authorized to announce, Mr.- John N. Houston, of Bellton, as a can-, didate for Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. BU "We are authorized to announce the name of "W. H. Vinson, as a candidate for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial Dis- trict. For District Clerk- - TJg. We are authorized to announce, Mr. W. F, Jarrell. as a candidate for District Clerk, of Washington county. paid. EgL We are authorized to announce, Mr. D. D. Crumpler, as a candidate for re-election to the office of district Clerk of Washington county. For Sheriff. BgWe are authorized to announce the name of Willett Holmes, as a, candi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 June 1854

V . Arz " m1S: JJfl9l" xT V " ' !Aytrv.i.j-s,'JuiBjaaaM:vvri "w 'JJ?t.vaUrJJ-gW,lTWilPtM.,t..l-r5gW THE TEXAS RANGES, ANB LONE STA! c ifcg New JDress Goods, 'STIJV Sf &ER T& J1JVJ), .. MMWWD I TTTRENCH and Swiss Muslins and. Ginghams, h X. new styles. Striped, figured andPlain,Iia,wns, Embroidered Lawns and Swiss Muslins. Hair Striped, Figured and Plain Jackonet, and Cambric and Lawns in great variety. Chamber Cambrics, various colors. Swiss Mulls, Taxiousstyles send colors. Swiss and Cambric "Ginghams. - Buff and Brown-Linens. p sA.Yariety of Bareges. Swiss and Jackonet Insertinga and Edgings. Xadies and Misses Hosiery and Gloves. Linen, Cambric Handkerchiefs. Satin Jeans and drills. Fashionable Dress Trimmings. r New Goods, vJ ZTS TIJT 4- JB E R TRA JVD, VTASHINGTOX, TEXAS, MIECEIYED per steamer, Wm. Penn, and now MM opening a splendid assortment of Ready .Made Clothing : Black Merino, and Gros de Pa coats all iinds. Bo. do. Pantaloons. Linen and Grass Cloth, do. Satin, Ma...

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