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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 October 1854

i-i j .r.T irT.-rf n 1? BB A .TBI J141&-. Ml 3f tm Jjkbvzctxs&nmts. flfeyraiid Splendid Goods! JRandle, McPliaUI & Go, ,3 , "WASHINGTON, TEXAS, BEG leave to inform their friends and the pub- lic, that they are now receiving direct from the commercial emporiums of the Union, the larg- est and.most splendid stock of SALT, & WINTER GOODS, grer brought to this market, embracing almost -every variety adapted, to tne season, an 01 wmca "we offer for sale at the lowest market prices, to "which we invite the attention of our friends, and of buyers generally , "before making their Fall and "Winter purchases, and we feel assured that an ex- amination of our Goods and prices, will scarcely Jaillo give satisfaction to the closest buyers. ""Our stock consists in part of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies, misses and childrens shoes, gaiters, bus- kms,ties and'slippers, walking shoes, &c. A full assortment -of gentlemen's fine calf and patent leather; boots calf ond cloth CoDg...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 October 1854

THE TEXAS HANGER, AND LONE STAB. is jS tea0 Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. XAtfCASTER. ! TESMS: Subscription for one year, $8 ; for six month $1 75;' forthree months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment "within two months from the Trailing of the first number, trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Anyone sending us fire cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. Ifo subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. 2fo paper will be discontinued (except at the oction 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 ths 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, wiich operates ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 November 1854

.Yrivreyrnvffwmis;aK3g -- WSJffSaSSHPB Tne Coquette. " T canlardly "believe this story they tell, Ned?(5u,a strong, hearty; jovial fellow, il- waysjup to mischief and fun, dylno- for love Bahijgit?s all moonshine." J Spite of his forged mirth, the. voice of the speaker grew tremulous: The scornful glance of that dark eye unmanned him. Was this but the wreck of what had been so noble, so beaiitiful ? The sunken cheeks, the claw-like hands, that flickering Jeath-light, that un- steady glance of the death bloom could this be all that remained of so much manly beau- ty? ' You never knew me, Marshall." His voice was low and broken. " I never inew myself. I was an orphan ; only one loved me sister, brother, I had none and when my heart first learned the meaning of that mighty passion which makes earth a paradise, or dries those living springs and greenness to desert barrenness, I feared for myself. ButStwas not happy. Dying for love you say ; it is not that. The bitter con- sciousness tha...

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

wr-i; v 5-r ML'IHWUll.'il,IIUWWJUI'rWWCT ',""nn im,MTmii-i.ii.i mK.it ',ai.aw mt-TH.-ay.-swwiua vi ihtw , jwjm jw ji-st --' m... i-i" l'.- Volume 6-Nnmbtir 12. THE TEXAS RANGER AN LONE STAB. Whole Number 272. TEXAS RANGER. v 3. IAISCASTERj Editor. $DasI)higt0n, &txas. THUSBDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1854. ' T 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 haTing a circulation in every county in the State, hb -well is in.eTry Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those "who advertise in his columns, trill be most amply remunerated. Notice. The Brazos Biver Improvement Associa- tion, will meet at this place on Monday next, 1he 13fh inst., Tvhen it is earnestly requested thafrevery member of the directory will attend as "business of importance to citizens general- ly will lie transacted. By order of T. J. HEARD, Pres B.R.I. A. WeTiope the Patrons...

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

iiosaift'.scsvyA'r'Ci "cress r,-ft-T--aJtr..rj;igESs&ciaaaM jjflsaaas.-ra'i ty.r vraaayagtoaaaaagacaqc!c2a?irtV wmTEyryCTwva ;-V--" t i. - rc nn I i Hi" ir I TAS mss - ? tsrf- ifrc.Mmjrrireiff-'ggtcTnrrer'r 'Jfeoj Olitottrtisttncnte. New and Splendid Goods! Handle, McPliaiil & Co, "WASHINGTON, TEXAS, BEG leave to inform their friends and the pub .luCtliat they are now receiving dirrct from the commercial emporiums of the Union,-the larg- est and most splendid stock of PALL & 'WINTER GOODS, ever brought to this- market, embracing almost every variety adapted to the season, all of which vre offer for sale at the lowest market prces, to "which we invite the attention of our friends, and of buyers generally, before making their Fall and "Winter purchases, and "wc feel assured that an ex- amination of our Goods and prices, will scarcely fail to give satisfaction to the closest buyers. Our stock consists in part of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies, misses and childrens shoes...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 November 1854

St-: iilMJ PWU ImW ' r B r--" rim ..'.ye Til TEXAS fiA 1, he Sxxcts Hanger, " '-A ? -PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. XAJfCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months. $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, trill be charged $5 at the end of the jear. Pavment within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in adTance. Two copies one year o, m advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. So subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandings made with the publisher. . , No paper will be discontinued (except at the ottion of the publisher) until allarrearages are paid. . All dues to this ofiice may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters deing paid dy the toriters. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 18 November 1854

" " '-'" THE TfflS R1GER. J. LAJSCASTERs Editor. tDasljxugton, 3uas. THJJSItDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1354. Dr, E. It. Hubby, New York, is an authorized agent for this paper. Frant Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. , is an authorized agent for this paper. Dress Makers and Milliners' Guide. The .November number of this semi-monthly, containing the report of the Paris, London, and New York Fashions, is on our table. The four colored plates are decidedly hand- J some ; the first consists of four lovely figures in elegant ball costume, viz: Pink "White, Green and Purple toilet ; the second plate contains two figures in "Walking dresses ; the third presents several new models of caps, collars, and a beautiful canzou of embroider- ed muslin the fourth consists of two figures in visiting costume. Accompanying this number are two full size patterns of a cloak and sleeve, cut out an tissue paper, a full description of which is given fin this magazine. We earnestly recom- mend 'this periodical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 18 November 1854

saU'.iMJf'iujawtyiftjfl'yj pvffrajrifi:.ti,i.MurM V -, & Till TEXAS 1AMI1 ANf LOWE STAB IfMe Nsmlei 73. rBrfS3EflEKS3ffS!SZHBCE3B5 THE TEXAS RfflGER. llllilHB!tisB9ii8R8i& J. iAKCASTER, Editor. JDetsljingtoit, i&cxas. SATURDAY, ffOYEMBER 18, 1854. To Advertisers. Tie Texas Hanger offers great inducements to business men, -who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Eeing the largest paper in Western Texas; and having a circulation in every county in the State, as "well as in ejery Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. Dr. E. E. Hubby, New York, is an authorized agent for this paper. Prank Iiipscomb, Esq., of Bell ville, Austin co., sej for the defendent, were both committed ib uu uuuiurizcu agent ior uus paper. Burleson Court Speecli of General HoustonBurleson County Cald- well County Officers Agricultur- al Society The Yagua Our Pat- rons. Monday the 6th inst., was the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 18 November 1854

g:wror:gr?y ?:j anicg ggrysrv; - -Paaa'gytcg.-t r-ar-fr.--fgRi,g-, 1" ?- rgagsywx.-s-ar iriwatear.r.g"j:gs jees rmrr-'. i-aT-yr7y-.'.T oT.-pyyg-Tr7r" ''a1-!1-' t'-l39EI 4 &?2 L I-Mia I AAA' I AM. Awar-sir-.. IMBgar...-.tI...iwrOMWeLWi,t-..,.i,iWf.TTf1..i i'-r?tti'slvrzTrL'zrsz2Krc-:ss5!ZZ U WJfllj , - "?" v ' -"--v . ,- - '., - ; -. - cess, and this discovery is not likely to lie un- improved on the waste of political life. We shall next havp. .i nnndirtafR fhr the Presidency, who "will represent, as the Governors elect of -ulainei,and Pennsylvania now do, the U nig&, the. anti-Gatholics, the Native Americans, the Aholitions, the Freesoilers, the Maine- Law folks, and perhaps the Spirit-rappers, Mormons and Millerites. Then, hurrah for the 'Union! Charleston, (S. C.) Mercury. Bank Troubles Great Excitement, Dispatches from Cincinnati state that great excitement prevails in that city regarding the hanks. The Uankiug house of Messrs. Ellis & Sturjres closed this morning, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 18 November 1854

'IMt'gJ'A.VItll fHXA -. Ji.' .ujj.;i jwii.- i..j..uaW., 2c Stocts Banger, ; PUBLISHED -WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TEEMS: Subscription for one yenr, $3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, will he charged 5 at the end of the year- Payment within two months from themailin" of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year fr5, m advance. Anyone sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. Ho subBcriDtion taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with 1 Koaper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until allarrearages are m a00 i rtiffoffice may be remitted per mail :- sa , nT-nHnMe Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, tlie 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 ta...

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

'MBS8BjS'"J' S LADIES' DSPARIIT. Conducted oy airs. E. I. a .-? aaljxugfcn, mi0. THTJUSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1854. Tlie World of FasIiIo:i. This beautiful Ladies-Magazine, containing the latest style of Fall fashions is on our table. It contains four splendidly engraved and col- ored Plates of Fashion, from original designs; also one plate of small patterns or Caps, Bon- nets, &c, a full size pattern of a high jacket body, on thin paper, cut out ready for use, together with a full description of the vari- ousnew style dresses Green silk and satin appears to be the prevailing color. The Plates represent these costumes Carriage, Morning, Promenade, Young La- dy,'s, Home, Dinner and Evening. This monthly periodical is published in London, by Messrs. Simpkins, Marshall & Go-j at $3 per annum. Orders will be re- ceived at this office. r.'r r"" ". ' " ' " ''''L'"'',''w'fflt ).'.r-al.aiujjajMiucMMuu ' t . --v r -, ' K f , ..Tj.ur:JmLm..!.ff'tni).. Ijvmij vvrr J. LAffCASTEE- "the star-s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 November 1854

J'AWk'-lHLW.'AL.'I.Pmi, MM .Ltr,lHTf. I,f... ...,rrir, iW ,,J.i:,l.ltf'.U'HUy---t-:ifiuj mwjeu'.t, -jsg . l-imu l'.l -uiJ-jMK.gy. ?" YolBise G-Nmiifeer 14 THE TEXAS RANGER AN LONE STA: Whole Number 274. K-rtiiK I TEXAS RANGER. T, J. LANCASTER, Editor. iUasi)iugt0u, fetcts. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1854. To Advertisers. The Texas Eanger offers great inducements to business men, "who wish to avail themselves f 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. A JAttstiit, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized! a"ght for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co., is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. 1L Skell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is anauthorized agent for this paper. gST; We bav$ received a bill of lading of our new stock of paper ; when it arr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 November 1854

A.Majj;LjiiUMjW"i.,iu.i jj HL.im.iv. 'f.uij'i w'7'.jjit"Fint'i:lJm,l.lil Jfcro Sllroaiiscmcnts. Selling Off!! FOR SAIiE AT PUBLIC AUCTION at the Store house of J. It. Bertrand & Co., on the 20th December next, a "well assorted stock of Merchandize, consisting in part of Dry Goods, Heady-made Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hard- ware and Cutlery, &c, &c. TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $10 and under, cash; all over $10 on six months time, with approved security- Persons wishing to purchase bargains, will find it to their interest to attend this sale, as the stock "ffill he sold without reserve "Washington, Nov. 30, 1S54. 14 tf Wanted to Hire. F ROM one to 12 months; a negro hoy between 16 and 25 years of age. Apply at tnc iau- ger office. $25 Seward. STRAYED from the subscriber on the Colorado river, twelve miles below La Grange, an American Sorrel Mare Mule, ten or eleven years eld, between fourteen and fifteen hands high- marked with the collar rather a thin short tail, and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 November 1854

m imj i.fjiiHjMji.jWM '..J ..J-.,- i.i .--J.!,tT'1l.llX:r'tiVS,',JlW.mr.lUJri"?M.BZaBSB nESE3SHHBESS2ZESESS3BS2 DSBHKSSffiEIESS fe. Mfz ftzxas Hanger, PUBLISHED TVEEKLT BY ; J. XAjCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, 3 3 for six month $1 75; or 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,-nnlesa a special understandingis made -with ihepublisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the ortio'n of the publisher) until allarrearages are All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bant notes, at the risk of the JEditor, the postage of all letters being paid ly the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to t...

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

LADIES" DEPARTMT. Conducted ly Mrs. E. L. I&i iDastjiugtoit, (teas. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1S5. J56?" Those unaccustomed to the life of newspaper publishers, know little of the la- bor, anxiety and responsibility, that rest up- on the individual, -whose endeavor it is, to present something new and interesting every week for the reading public to peruse. And if there is a journal in the world that is adap- ted to the taste of every reader, we would be pleased to see it. Even the best periodicals now published have fault finders. We are already to acknowledge, that every year, ev- ery day,nay every hour brings about some in- structive change on the face of nature, from which we may gather spiritual wisdom. Fashion of a thousand heads, occupy a ruling sphere in our land, claiming extrava- gance, humbuggery and folly as her sup- porters. We are not opposed to a fashiona- ble and graceful appearance; no, far from it; and we are confident that any lady may ap- pear in fashionable soci...

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

Mnme 6-Knmbef 16. Whole Nmnber753. 3&L im W TEXAS RAHGER. 3. LANCASTER, Editor. TfiBBaHKBSHSBiS iDasl)xugt0itt &txas. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 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 Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those "who advertise in his columns, will bs most amply remunerated. A J. Austin", esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ised agent for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellvillc, Austin co. is sn authorized agent for this paper. Capt. 51. K. Ssex.1., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. Acknowledgements We acknowledge the receipt of $5, from Mi". Norton Moses, for subscription to the Banger. we will promptly comply with his request. Mr. James Cole of Austin, is informed that we received $5 on subscriptio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 December 1854

TIE TliAxlAi7SlKl STAB. 7 oa perpetrate, render the necessity of new lesal enactments, in the respects above refer- red o. quite obvious For other material modifications of the rev- ive laws, which seem to me desirable. I refer you to the report of the Secretary of the Treasury, The repo-t, and the fables wlrch accompa- ny it, furnish ample proof of the soli' I founda- tion on which the financial security of the -country rest, and of the salutary influence ot the independent treasury system upon com- merce and all jnonetary operations. ' The experience of the last yi'ar fnrihscs additional reasons, I regret to say, of a pain ful character, for the recommendation here tofore made, to p.ovide for the incoming of the militarv force employed in the territory inhabited by the Tndi:n. The settle's n the frontier have suff'.-ed much from ths in- cursion of predatory bands, and large paitics of emigrants to our Pacific possessions have been massacred with impunity The recur- rence of such s...

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

" Til TEXAS BANGER MMOHU STAB. ' - . in . zrr : : . TalnaWe Medical & Surgical Books. 1 rncin -n.n:rrul oTir? "TnT anlp low for Cash, bv B. ! I F. RUCKER, Washington, Texas: Paget? s Surgical Pathology; Meigs' Valpeau's midwifery Walton's Operative Opthalnuc Surgery , by Little; Eoyal's materia medica and Therapeutics; "0" S. Dispensatory, "by Wood & Bache; new edition; Christison & Griffith's Dispensatory; Donglison's Human Physiology; " New Bemedies, New edition; Christison on Poisons; Paxton's Anatomy, by Lewis; Turner's Chemistry, by Rogers; Griffith's Medical Botany; Gardner's " Chemistry; Pancoastfs "Wistar's Anatomy; Hagendie's Physiology; JSlis' Medical Formulary; Sharpey and Quain's Anatomy, by Leidy; Massie's Electic Southern Practice; Beasley's Druggist's Beceipt Book; " medical Formulary; Pocket Family and Ship medicine Chest Companion; Smith's Anatomical Atlas; Intermarriage, by Walker: The American Practical Eeceipt Book; Noad's Chemical Analysis, by Morfit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 January 1855

S iMinniifirnri wyrr tr .t a -y - - x i rsix irt rfzz-zu-2f - vt:v- w "v - w - - m w aSBiggasgsgss, M;g& mm w x mk m mi rmm & sssfeai"s3ssS a ie& & . sa m m n sav iuc "uiw4it s TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 18p5r - ,!CW, .,,.,..- - , , ., , - -New-Year?s Gifts It is -frequently -asked what may a gentle- man mo"st ptoperly offer to a lady as a holiday ggiftj "and what may a lady receive -without be- ing supposed to encourage a gentleman's ad- dresses? A good, authority on theubject v,esjtheibllowing answer: " fqo$&hcn a pleasant .visiting acquaintance on- ilyjos to le acknowledged, the gift sbouldnev- cr be expensive,at least, apparently so. Jew-s-'eliy, exceptjiirthe family, or where an engage- ment is acknowledged, is out of taste, and ..many ladies would no accept it. No article -.of dress, as a -scar, shawl, or lace, should be offered, New hooks, particularly of engrav- ilpgsewjnusrcj a fine single engraving; a hotHbnse hoqnet: a fan; a fanciful box of Paris gloves, if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 January 1855

k. a Mtfme 6-Nniite 18. :S' " 1 Wliole Number 755. THE TEXAS SANGER ANB IONE STA: U THE TEXAS RANGER. TfeCSTER, Editor SSfev -4- y tDaslpnqton, cas. TUE5PjgJg JANUARY 53, 1855. I To IdTcrtlserS a'hc Texas R anger offers groat j inducements ttJtusmos men, -who wish to avail themselves of ttre benefits 01 nuverusmK. auing the largest papeHjin "Western Texas, and having a mrnnlntinn in cvarv county in the State, as -well sis In everr Sout&ern State, the proprietor flatters i .himself that those wuo auvcmse in ms columns, i will be most amply remunerated. A J. Austin-, esq , Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Frank L'psconib, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. vt an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. tf. K. Snell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. TB After an absence of several weeks (on a business tour) tvc are again at our post , and tbis being tbe first opportunity of grect- in" our numerous patrons on tbe incoming of 1S55, we dow te...

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