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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 September 1854

' "S''SB" --T" -yr "" 1 fi She Stats Sanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT J. XAJTCASTER. TEltMS: ;jSiibscriptinn for one year, $3 ; for six month 4$175 for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no 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 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, unlessja special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the O'tion of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the -Editor, the postage ot all letters being: paid by the toriters. The postage of a single letter is;scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- tness, which operates as a se...

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 — 21 September 1854

s- iaassrrgiassgzitsasansaaainsa THE TEXAS BAMEB AND LONE STAB. Whole lumber 26g. ' " 2 a. " lgre'ij"; jj.g'maj- v-' .u-iu:ia-:.-.jaggar'sas T-y- - r-vr'T'-rr3--ws: "teiie 6 Nniober g. - THE TEXAS RANGER. ment of the right to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience. Resolved, therefore, That any organization, onen or seciet, which aims at disfranchising 3. IiAK CASTER, Editor. iDosljingtmi, fttxas. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1854. To Adversers. The Texas Banger offers great inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Bang the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as yell as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. G. TV. Crawfokd, Esq'r., is my authomed agent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Ranger and Lone Stir; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 September 1854

53r wittaa . - vrrv-TT-r gsscrKriitiararitrgBiagg; MNMHlMriMMMriiWiiMtiiai '1MlflMsH "TEXAS 1AM1 TIE, -t-taw -fcj h r Htm Sperfecmeute. Ne;w Fall Goods ' ' JUST RECEIVED, AT ACKERMAN & McMTLMR'S. ONE o? the firm has been in the cities of Bos- ton, New Tork,and Philadelphia, during the summer and has devoted, his time to purchasing Goods, feel confident they can offer to the public as good, cheap and -well selected stock, as ever has been in this market, and -would say to their numerous patrons, call and examine for yourselves.- " No trouble to show goods. September 51, 1854 -7 ' Fashionable Millinery andMantua- snaltiug. "JVFRS. Tankeresley, -would respectfully -"-- inform the ladies of Washington and rWnite tVivf. t!n Tm5 -nprmanentlv located in this place and is prepared to dispatch -work in T.o nfi.ct oni Tnncf fncliinnflhle Stvle. Room the neatest and most fashionable style. Boom at the Austin House. Sept-ember 21, 1854. 6-tf. "W31. T. AUSTIN, RALVESTON, TEXAS. Cotton Factor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 September 1854

V "- THE TEXAS KANCIfiB, AKB LNE STAB. ll--iM-l:.: Mb .URH3Lsi3aBffirfse?,.-nf w. tzt-ymm lliSKWr.BiBgRSSS!S . r r :-- v. -4&wn 4BrcR?&& Ssp-.i'2tJ,i -"N v-dsscss msesrasasr jxv w; 5-- ss &ECOK ' vitOl9C.7k EiisaaJWQaSV ,. .. : ' K -! w"Vi ta.- jsim HHBHiHPi :K VXVM.JTW I I H ib I ! i I Mi !Tv -V. li it -TV'.kU tl'UBTr I S&iMSsmizJlie' AvV"fK-?ni - - --.?& ? -riiSi!ie eb&5eebbE&'" 't.sk:- asEraas rawest? -5 v 'mmasgss&Bm sSSSir -!lnu3R&i&Sfa ff jounce, anu Ticmity well selected Gentlemen's clothiurr of eveTv . stvle nvhich they offer at unusual low jgrices, consisting in part of, iSununer Coats fron 1 00 to $5 00 " Pants " 1 00 to 4 00 " Test3 " '75 "5 00 Test Shirts 2 50 TVbite Shirts 1 00 " 1 50 Collars 1 70 per do z. Please call and examine our stock under the Austin House. "Washington June 22d, 1 854-47-tf. . 38. Herzog TAILOR. A 2f QUKCES to the citizens of Washington -OL and vicinity, that he has returned from the northern and southe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 September 1854

3&)tMtxa5 Hanger, s" l"UBOSHED "WEEKLY BY , " J lu&NG ASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3 ; for six month -"$!, 75; forthree months, $1.25. Subscribers no spaying in advance, Trill 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 one year S5, in -advance. Anyone sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, Tinlesa special understanding is made -with the publisher. - 2So paper Trill be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are ! aid- All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank jiotes, at the rist of the-Editor, the postage of all letters being paid t & the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to me writer. j.c is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, Trhich operates as a ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 September 1854

7. THE TEXAS RANGER AND LONE STA: Whole Number 367. time -'THE TEXAS RANGER. hJLAICASTER5 Editor. jtoasljmgtou, Gicxas. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S54. To Advertisers. The Texas Banger offers great Inthicements to business men, itfio "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 Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. G. TF. Crawford, Esq'r., is my authorized agent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Ranger and Lone Star; also to receive subficriptions and advertisements for thesime. J. Lu.ctek. Dr. 33. R. Hubby, Ivew York, is an authorized a gent for this paper. grasp it and hold it and make it yours. Alad- din's lamp never opened up richer treasures than will this enterprise to those who gather its fruits. Hesitate not on account of your money, for you will be...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 September 1854

lSLi.tei.f3St -um i-Mi.uiniunM.i!ji'.jiiii--JwJ'" naaTBZEBBzvx wa TJw-.vimaJMajdy,fewtAa',cJ,w tiKVrt-ia-aama !tAaiajgaiJLMiV i' igaajuBjasaiaawJUisaag tt -ggvawsfs. ;gS$r BANGEB, km mm STAB. .wja.M.'iiL,..'.t -. ina Stow C&totfrtiscmmte. State of Texas, Burleston County. ..To the Sheriff of said County, Greeting, "VITHEREAS Thomas R. Moseley, has this day Tf filed his petition in the district Court of Burleson county, against Joanna H. Aloseiey, Hswife praying that the bonds of Matrimony existing between them be dissolved, aUedgrag -that said Joanna H. Moseley has been guilty ot such excesses, cruel treatment, and outrages to- ward him as rendered their living together un- supportable, and having made affidavit that said Joanna H. Moseley is absent from this btate. You are hereby commanded that you summons V-publication for four successive eks f Lone Star and Texas Ranger, PubllC,S per printed in the town of Washington, in 1 asfc- &gton ccuntv, the said Joanna H Moseley to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 September 1854

xaU32d&lta- -.ymimj x'iwb'Hw - lMJ..J,S-'-J-U!U;..'J.ia!!LI V!X THE TEXAS BANG Notice to Planters. . Cotton Gin fy Corn Mill Manufacturers, ' HOTTTSYIUE, TEXAS. f fTkAVTD AVERY & RTJFUS RHODES Will JLP be prepared by the 1st of April next, to de- "Iiver Gins and Mills to planters at their planta- tions, within 100 miles distance from their fac- tory, and -will keep on. hand Gins and Jlfill of icemosl approved style. This faotory is a branch of.tbehouBe of B-& D. Avery, Greensboro, Ala., .and having had. 25 years experience in the btr- ' siness,-we feel "warranted in saying to the public that we will continue to manufacture gins an, mills equal to any in rise. The general satisfac- tion they have given wherever they have been used, renders it unnecessary to say more than to give them a trial. We have boen liberally patron- ized by the people of Texas, and hope by strict attention to the interest and wishes of our pat- rons to merit a continuance of the same. These machine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 October 1854

m . r -JJ.M,'MMWlW ' J lye &txa5 Hanger, PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY BY J. IiACASTJBR. 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 two months from the mailing of the first number, "will be consi- dered in advance. Two copie3 one year $3, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, -will be furnished a copy gratis. to-No subscription taken for a less time than one ar, unless a special understandingismade with the publisher. No paper -will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. 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- tness, "which operates as a ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 October 1854

- "S9I " lioiie 6-NnmberX HI W Tl B7l 1Tft 1 ITft IllW KJ iwaiiBi anv &iwmm RAm. . "' ufrTTi rrrnnrRn mitfnnTK I H ,AA, KAN hffifl. -. TsScASTERj Editor- ityS Bg From a gentleman of this place, who j has just-Feturned from a Western trip, we learn that the corn ciops in that' section are extraordinary good, especially those in Mis- sion "Valley, situated on the borders of De Witt and Victoria counties, many planters having made sixty bushels to the acre A Change of Froit5 out not of Principles. The Pennsylvanian says that the Know- Effects of the Storm. Accounts fiom other places fully confirm our fir.-t impression, that Galveston got off on floors. oaijiitgtmt, (Steets. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1854. To Advertisers, The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to business men, vho -wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county ia the State, as well as in. every South em State the proprietor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 October 1854

uisiussjiU.yaSMassessaaffssrs effijgre-?.: fc2a&agc8al&sgabfej Til TEXAS RAN 18 JUi. 5 AM LOWE STAB. 2to fogrfecmcuts .List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at Washing- ton. Sent. SO. 1854. A ETubband & Garland, Allen George, It. . Hamilton, Edward Ashford,R. P. I Allcorn & McNeese, Ivins, A. J. Allcorn, jlklrs. Lydia Ash, E. A. Aleson, Miss Bacey B Bowdra, Henry Jackson, Francis M 2 Joicnlyn, E. Jarrel!, W. F. Jones, E. H. Butler, Mrs. Hannah K Branham, T. L. Kmcannon W- 0. Buchanan, J. D. Kimberlain, Thomas BushnelUB- W. L Ba'ngh, Richard Lee, Samuel C. Brunangh, Miss Ada Long, Isaac Y. Bnrrough, Joseph M Barnes, Rev. L. R Bond, Wm. T. C Covington, L. ClarktPatrick C Campbell, W. T. Morgan, Dr. J. H. 2Marseilles, M. L. Millican, James W. Millican, Pleasant 2Morriss T. W. 2Martin, John Csmnbell. James H. Maxie, John Coker. William H. N Calk, Elijah .Newman, John 3hunen, Philip D Deadman, John JDallas, W. A. i3.jis,p A IDaralton, JT. A Neighbors, A. J. Peningt...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 October 1854

B..-aijf ' " Till TEXAS IAM11, A: New Fail Goods JUST RECEIVED, .VT ACSIBRMAN McMLLXEIi'S. v"tN U of the firm-has teen in. the cities of Bos- - ? t.r.. New Tort and Philadelphia, during the s . - wtj d has devoted his time to purchasing :. '?. voltconfident they can offer to the public ,-s , heap .and well selected stock, as ever .as. ip.3 m this market, and -would say to their ji.iie 3us patrons, call and examine for your- seie3. gj No trouble to show goods, ft 5 lsbcr 21, 1854 6-ly rasltioaable Millinery an& Slantua- . making. Ig. f ES.-Tankeresley, -would TespectfullygSft LV-- inform the ladies of Washington and Jj3gr !; r.i,v-- that she has permanently located in t! s rlace'h'nd is prepared to dispatch work in "he :i2 "test and most fashionable style. Boom at t" o Avstin. House. Sftonjber 21, 1854. 6-tf. WB1. T. AUSTIN, OALVESTON, TEXAS. t:n Factor, Receiving, Forwarding $ mission Merchant Com- S tafccntneomceiormeny occupied i Messrs. Doswell, Hill & Co., on RZLfl te St...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1854

"V '" i P l) Ca0 Hanger, PUBLISHED "WEEKLY BY J. liJJTOASTER. ' TERMS: Subscription for one year, 3; for six month 17 5; for three months, 1 25. Subscriber:? no paying in advance, -will he 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 one year $5 in advance. Any one sending ns five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, uiiless a special understandingismade with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until allarrearages are paid. 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. Term...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1854

jfrkwiiM;i.irft.i,-, J iii.i.nfcA'Hmt'iH.' ZSEBZXZSSZSZ3SSZZ2333CBZ Eagsacssu Yetae 6-Foiiiber 10. THE TEXAS RANGER AN LONE STAR. wK-n THE TEXAS RANGER. -. 0. liAjX CASTER, Editor. iDaaljiugtou, i&txas. SDAT, OCTOBER 12, 1854. LdvertiscrSt The Texas Danger offers great ients to business men, who wish to avail tnemseljres of the benefits or advertising. JJeing thelargt&paper 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 he most amply remunerated. G. TV. Crawford, Esq'r., is my authorized agent, to receive nnd receipt for moneys due the the Texas "Ranger and Lone Star; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. Lancaster. J)r, E. R. Hubby, "Sew York, is an authorized agent for tfiis paper. To Our Patrons- Necessity compells us to call on those in- debted to his office for subscription, adver- tisements or job work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1854

mpaaaKsjftpffitftfififaiaBzrs! jT-joagnTBTvrajataufcr.y iAat i w.aaggaTgre'?sriKiaacx3J;s&3aAi Jw-j.V.f aaET:ffr:;'&ssteaR- Maarjrsvw'g,aniirrfTriywMawii ":iv A ?t-V? - -.. - TEXAS EAMEE, AM LON ----- i List of Letters OEMAININGInthePost Office at Washing- JK ton, Sept SO, 1S54: , , A Eubband & Garland, allien George , E. Hamilton, Edward AshfordE.P. . I Allcorn & McNeese, -Ivins, A. J. Allcorn, Mrs. Lydia J . Ash, E. A. ' Jackson, Francis M 2 Aleson, Miss Bacey Joicelyn, E. B Jarrell, W. E. Bowain, Henry Jones, E. H. Butler, Mrs. Hannah K Branham, T. L. Kmcannon TV. G. Buchanan, J. D. Kimberlam Thomas Bushnell,K.W. ! Bauch, Richard Lee, Samuel 0. iJrunaugn, luisa .o-u -& - - "Rurmnwh. Joseph M JSarnes, Rev. L. E. Bond, Wm. T. C Covington, L. -Clark, Patrick C Morgan, Dr. J. H. 23Iarseilles, M. L. JJillican, James W Millican, Pleasant 2Morriss T. TV. 2Martin, John Campbell, W. T. "Campbell, James H. Maxie, John Coker, TVilliam H. N XJalk, Elijah fChonen, Philip D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 October 1854

-xagStf4fesaaa&gggrtteriWPl,v "-fifgiigll"g!S5Ms?'ateja?rfg-. J i. i.-Mi-OTeMMgsswg.raiHrHfgBgg T1IAS BAMElfc, Alt LOR List of Letters 1VEMAINING In the Post Office at TVashing- Jtfj tonSent. SO, 1854. A Hubband & Garland, Allen Greirge, It. Hamilton, Edward Asnford,E.P. '-; , T AHcora. & McNeese, Ivins, A. J- Ailcorn, Mrs. Ljdia Ash, E. A. Aleson, MissBacey B "Rnwdin. Henrv o Jackson, Francis M 2 Joicpljn, E. Jarrell, W. F. Jones, E. H. "RntW Mrs TTannah K Branham, T. L. Kin cannon TV, G. Buchanan, J. D. Kimberlain, Thomas Bashnell, B. W. L angh, Richard Lee, Samuel C. Brunaugh, Miss Ada Long, Isaac Y. Bnrron?h. Joseph M Barnes, Bev-L. B. BondWm. T. C Covington, L. Clark, Patrick C GamDbell, W. T. Morgan, Dr. J. H. 3 2Marseilles, M. L. 2 Miliican, James W.2 Millican, Pleasant 2Morriss T. TV. 2Martin, John Campbell, James n. iuaxie, donn rinl-er. William H. N Calk, Elijah Newman, J oun Chunen, Philip D Deadman, John Dallas, TV. A. Baris, D. A. Neighbors, A. J. Penington,...

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

"-Ti-friVittf1 '-""' rtJiiViff Yekise 6-Nnmber 11. Till TEXAS RANGER AND LONE STA: 271. s.v.u ;;.."iaaam IHE MAS RANGER. J. JL, AS ; CASTER, Editor. iDastjiitgtnu, Saras. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 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 Tesas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as -well sis in every Southern State, the proprietor flntters himself that those -who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. V G- "NT- Crawford, Esqr., is my authorized agent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Banger and Lone Star; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. Lancaster. Dr. E. B. Hubby, Kew York, is an authorized agent for this paper. Health of Washington. The town of Washington has never been healthier at this season of the year than nowt notwithstanding various reports to the cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 October 1854

l) rtttntaSfiHtti WinWiirniiuir TIE TEXAS MMM, AAIB LOiH STAB. r ,Listof Letters. EMALNLNG in, the Post Office at Washing ton, Sept. SU, J-BCi. A. 9ubhand & Garland, ItUen George, R. Hamilton, Edward LftfonLB.P. I Jlcora &. McNeese, I?ms, A. J,- Iconr; Mrs. Lydia & J , 1. -lr. T :.. XT o gtt, J2j a.. uach.soa, rrauuia u,- lesoa, MiSsBacey:. Joicelyu, E. B Jarrei:, W. . Jowdiii. Henry Jones, E. EL Butler, Mrs. Hannah K mbamvTT L. Kiscannon W U. fticbsnan, J. B. KimberJaio. Thomas ?ushnell,R W. I - Jangb, Richard Lee, Samuel L. Jranangh, Miss AdV-Long, Isaac Y urroush, Joseph M Jrne's,.Rv. L. It. Morgan, Dr. J. H. 3 2Marsei!Ies, M. L. 2 jad, Wm. x. G Millican, James W. 2 "Miliicau, Pleasant SMorrlss T.W. Martin. John "avington. L. Hark, Patrick-C JtmpMl.W.T. iampbell, James H. MasieC John , -. r titmi: rcr - xr over- winiam ii. Ik, Elijah Newman, John Neighbors, A. J. PeniDgton, E. Peaice, William Pinknej. T. S. Jhunec Philip JJ Jesdman, John Jallas, W. A. )afis. jX A. v t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 October 1854

m,fMHiVnnnMiiMinniMii i ii i riMrnirniiTllniTni irTmnrmn n I i " " m n I 11 n I nil ill I MTEMSRWR. O ijRHI . .. D iDasljxngton, feas. THURSDAY, OCTOBJi26, 135 To Advertisers. The Texas Eager offers great inducements to business men, wo wish to avail themselves of the benefits of adv'tisiug. Being the largest winer in Western Ten. and having a circulation in every county in tl State, as "well as in every Southern State, the pjprietor flatters himself that those who advertisen his columns, Trill be most amply remunerated. V a. "V. Crawford, Esq'r., imy authorized agent, to receive and receipt for loneys due the the Texas Eanger and Lone Star;also to receive subscriptions and advertisements r the same. XLvj CASTER. Dr, E. R. Hubby, :New York, i an authorized agent-for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellvib, Austin co., is an authorized agent for this papr. The Fever at Savainah. The Savannah Republican,-of Saturday last reiterates its warning to absentees to .keep away from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 October 1854

iausmaugyrvi!' .i, ,. .""tM irtiV,vrftu,Hin-''s'ftJJ',tim.jMM. ' ,am i hit m rm tjti vr AB. liber 271. .4AfHtffiM 6Iimbeff ll. sums mm. uew. i as ov 1 eo&a (LANCASTER, Eaitor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1854. tTTo AdTcriiscrSt The Texas Banger offers great . Inducements to "business men, "who wish to avail Hnemselves of the benefits of advertising. Being - 'thelargest paper in "Western Texas, and having a vcirculatim.in very. county in the State, as -well asanievery-Southem State, the proprietor flatters himself that those Tvho advertise in his columns, will "be most amply remunerated. - '- G-. TV, Crx-wforb, Esaff r.. is my authorized C ngentvto receive and receipt for moneys due the the Uexas,Banger and Lone Star; also to receive .Subscriptions and advertisements for the same. k 0'?-. " T T J. XlVH T CASTER. Br,E. B." Hubby, 2ew York, is an authorized ... V AW. .U.U fSl.Uw. . wankiipscomb,EsqM of Bellville, Austin co. is-an authorized agent for this paper. z s-r To our Patrons. Aft...

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