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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 March 1855

S " -CH-VaoSiaSBeWS- THE TEXAS RANGER. J. liAJX CASTER, Editor. asfyiugton, j&txxs SATURDAY, IITAE CH 10, 1 855. A J. Austin-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin cq in an aumorizeu agent ior mis paper. Capt. M. K. Snelx, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. 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 "WesterivTcxas, 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. r J5 Having just returned from the Rail- road convention, at Xa Grange, we Have not time to give that attention to our .editorial duties, we could'wtEb. Since our absences the steamer " Fort Henry," has arrived; for a description of her trip at this low stage of t...

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 — 10 March 1855

1 THE TEXAS BANGER, AN LOTE STA lfel Jtao tocrttBtmcnte. Painting and Drawing Music , French and Pennxansliip. fllHE undersigned having located in Washing--5- ton, pegs leave to inform the citizens that shei prepared to teach the art of Drawing, Painting, Music, and he French language, also, Penmanship, on the following terms; viz : Piano per month, tri-weckly lesson, $5 00 Use of Piano for those who practise on it per month, 1 00 Guitar trl-weekly lessons per month, 5 00 French do do do 4 00 Drawing two lessons per week do 2 50 Painting flowery and landscapes do 3 50 do Heads and Miniatures, 5 00 do Monochromatic, 5 00 Penmanahip, daily lessons, 4 00 Specimens of drawing &c, may oescon. hy call- ing at her room over Mr. Tribues Store. March 10, lS55-24-2w. JULIA BYRON. Dissolution t rglHE Copartnership of Nalle & French is dis- JL soived hy mutual consent. B. I. French hating withdrawn from the firm. ' ' It. I. FitEwcir. Jathes F. Nalle. " Washington, Feb. 17, lS55-23-3w. N...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 March 1855

S5s-PSK.- iOa0l)iugt0ii (Haras. -JK:-- - s- s RATTTRTIA- rAT?nTTT,7 7R55 i. . , A. J. Attstiw, esa., PMladelrjliia, is an author ized agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb. Esq., of Bellvllle, Austin co. ia an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Snelim Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. KTo Advertisers. The Texasltanger offers great inducements to business men. "who wish to avail f theraselyes of the benefits of advertising. Being f ine largest paper m Western Texas, and navmg a irculation 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. aGF" lhe weather continues dry provis ions are high the river is low the boat is below consequently our paper and new type has not yet come to hand which causes much disappointment throughout the broad land however, we hope a better day is coming then Parson Lancaster will quit his dunning. Kin...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 March 1855

.. IJ'J U t VWX j, -I' m --' J ..l.'.liJWA)1.', -m.i.'.n mlhuim- -- To All who use Liquor as a Medi- "clne or as a Beverage. PHYSICIANS -who prescribe Alcoholic Liqu- ors for medicinal purposes, should give the preference to Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Sch- napps. 1. It is manufactured at Schiedam, in Holland, and exclusively in thefnefcnrv of tlin Tvrnnriptnr. tj" processes and from material elsewhere un- employed and unknown. 2. It is proved by the repeated analysis of several eminent chemists, to be entirely free from thepernicious fusil oil, which remains in every land of Xiquor distilled from grain, and which is'the cause of the nervous and visceral derange- ment, serious congestion, and morbid desire for habitual and intemperate indulgence, which such liquorfi invariably tend to superinduce. . 3. It is proved, by the same unerring tests, that this Juniper Gin is not flavored with the coarse, acrid and indigestible oil of juniper heretofore used, but with the specifically lighter...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 March 1855

Ll-,-J.JBaa?lMKgCiaagu'l--- rMiiaxi3sMM&c SSHKm2SiCTSSSSlKK3eKCTraSS . M-Tnargasn 1- TI TEXAS RAffiKR. J. Iu AN CASTER, Editor. asljmgtott, Saras. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855. A. J. Austis", esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Aust in co. in an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Swell, Postmaster, Caldvrell. is an authorized agent for this paper. . To Advertisers. The Texas Banger 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 &s in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself .that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. Bef The attention of the public is called to the advertisement of Mr. A. S. Ruthven, fe on opposite page. He has located in Galves- ton and commenced the business of Commis- sion Merchant. Mr....

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 March 1855

jpT,Wg!& i iyUWgiiBii,allt p S.S7SSsS, ?v?-, 1S& ?& . . 9 .ssasssz TWiiWggffiV;l..'.i-.T. mvmMi.Kiiw.uan-cr -cu'j.are.titgva, ktsthst: li... .HJ. JJ MM' TIS f MAS lAKyiai. IMP LORE STAB. Sam Houston. Tiie Charleston Mercury lavs a heavy hand La Sam Houston. Thus : The Boston Atlas makesmerry over a lecture upon slavery, recently delivered in that vity by this notprious individual. " It was perfectly good uatured," s:iys the Atlas; bat, " certainly a weaker defence of slavery j than Gen. Houston's, we do not remember to have read f aud, " we cannot help think- mg, that he is not very deeply enamored oi the institution." &. Isovr, it is by just such precious specimens of sycophancy, and mean catering to Northern prejudices, as this, that the cause of the South suffers hi the eyes oi her enemies. Here is a Southern Senator, leaving "Washington and his official duties, (which, however, is to be rejoiced at, so far as the decorum and business of the Senate is concerned,) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 31 March 1855

" wwPqjiijiuijim p '-S jp, iw"BaE!R50W333H'sw",,"i' IMS RANGER. J.I.ANCASTER, Editor. tDasfyington, Siejms. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1855. A J- Austin-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellvillc, Aust in co. is an authorized agent for this paper. Capfc. M. K. Sneli., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being toelargest paper in "Western. Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, 3ns well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. "3, We are again compelled to jpsue a hal f sheet. In the language of ihe Louisiana Times, ire dislike making apologies, but it has to be done sometimes. Owing to a concatenation of causes ire are unable to give our readers more than half &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 31 March 1855

TS yw - yU"i j'.i. ...ijwwtjuiiwwtt.T.i.j .mtii i I.'J'Vm'" rv,vii;jAgtiift., ui:A-;ffiw.iarf,vi.ji..vl,...w..B..;:gawJjL...,J. ai.ii--i-L'.'.uL.aaij-r;.T.?'iv':.',.,:,:-ariiiW:V"".,,-,.J tf THE TEXA A AW N ill Si, H0 sm -Jf- Ss. .Editorial Courtesies. -Wa notice that Mr. liawlmgs, oditor of ie " Texas Sun" has heen severely haudled ' lat6, and it is what we have been lookiug and nothing more than he has a right to rnect ; for it i3 a well known fact, that where avthing savors of peden try in the editorials If Tesas papers, or a disposition to withhold bat courtesy recognized anions: the editorial lorDS, they are apt to receive uncomfortable riticism on the princ;ple that it will do them oodf and that there is still some hope ot kinging them down from that dizzy uigut 01 icir own stupendous consideration, mj mey lay not longer " Spend their sweetness in the dessert air." Ve believe that anione others, our friend almer of the Victoria Advocate has talked the editor of the "San" in ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 April 1855

g '!P'ijWMISfeyi'g'tJUt a1 .-' 'inwmiiynwiiv - ' TOE TEXAS RAHGER. i .J ' ' TV T MMtTWL' iUasijmgtou, &txa5. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1S55. A J. AufcTJN, esq , Philadelphia, is an author- ised agent for this paper. Trank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bcllville, Anst in co. is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Snell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to businos men. who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in evcrv countv in the State, as well 3 in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. S5& The editor being necessarily absent, the ardnous duties of the office devolve on our humble self, -which we undertake with "fear and trembling," knowing that we arc liable to similar uukind criticisms, as bestow, ed on us by the editor o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 April 1855

sryiT--:, :e Till TEXAS RAMER. AND Lflft'E STAR. i To AIItfIio use Liquor as a Medi- ,cine or, a3 a Beverage. .OHYSXCIANS whe prescribe Alcoholic Lrq'u- Jl ors for medicinal purposes, should givelthe preference to "Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Sch- napps. I. It is manufactured at Schiedam, in Holland, and exclusively iu thefactory of the proprietor, "by processes and from material elsewhere un- 2. It is proved "by the repeated analysis of Several eminent chemists, to be entirely free from Jthepcrnicioua fusil oil, which remains in every " kind of Liquor jdistilled from grain, and -which as the cause of the nervous and visceral derange- ment, serious congestion, and morbid desire for habitual and" intemperate indulgence, -which such liquors invaria'hlv tend to superinduce. 5. It Is provcd,by the came unerring tests, that this Juniper Gin Is not flavored -with the coarse, acrid and indigestible oil of juniper heretofore used, but -with the specifically lighter, more vol- atile, aromatic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 April 1855

' ll mmmmg V- c rr y mr v ? VJ "the star-spangled banker, o! long mat it WAVE, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." iEIES.OIFLldPOIEt, 5. LAWCASTESri, YOL. VI NO. 29. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATUEDAY, APRIL 21, 1855. WHOLE NO. 341. Jto'Cflfam Conducted uy Mrs. E. li. iDasljiugfon, Sterna. --SATURDAY, sfcPRIL 21, 1855. an aaMM "The Uood Samaritan," Is the title of a Temperance paper published in Galveston, and edited by Dr. Jno. Hannay. It is a good printed sheet, and ably edited. "We wish the paper and the cause it advocates ""God speed. The Daughter in Sickness. In no situation, and under no circum stances, does the female character appear to such, advantage as when watchinsr beside the bed of sickness. The cham- rjer of disease may, indeed, be said to be woman's home. "We there behold - her in her loveliest, most attractive point of view firm, without being harsh; tender, yet not weak; active, yet quiet; gentle, patient, uncomplaining, vigilant. . Every sympathetic fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 April 1855

j.LUir--vTwp-f7-:ggjwt.'.J . UK":'.,1 l.l..JTVljMUJ&iALUmf'i,JH..WIiU.,' ..lr...l'J'U::V,V;".l.lJWr l4,ll,",lUl,-l',l.l" .BW " -l..WnJJW.!JtJ!r.r.V.rJ.VI'B-',''l.ggaBBMMBMMBeMy. M Wllk o THE IfflS MKGER. J. JLAjS CASTER, Editor. iOctsljimjtnn, Hlzxos. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1855. A. J. Austix, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- j jzed agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. Is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Sxelx, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas E anger 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 vrell as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply Temunerated. gfejjgsigg teffcgs & z--rjr- " rz- :r " a i T?wMwiinet, a few Thomases, wmf, liketheir vas-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 April 1855

IT2E2CTC: ',vfr'-.M'.l";.Tn;.,.ra: :Tj'w. .i-pj-i'.. i-' "-wj.".''-.' - '..-' vi'i-srr vxij, iJ.-u.rj--i:.m LliirprccrTeytBT --ZW6V -?CsW-Ul&TT"" sy? "".Jsr f rhYrOJ &fcttu m. vq ItWo syssaasa & & & 8faafWm.'-uJ..-H'". wiiMnw.n.i.i.iii... """''- - STSrrayvt'yartf; X To Render Xeatlier impervious to Water, Lay it over with a mixture composed of halt a poand of beeswax and one-fourth of a pound of common rosin. The mixture should be applied warm, and the surface pre- viously well cleaned. Farmers and others who are necessarily much exposed, would do well to .provide themselves with this valuable article. "We have tried it and can speak confidently of its efficacy. A Certain Cure tor Scrofula. .xuch- olas "Eongworth, the famous millionaire and winegrower of Cincinnati, publishes the fol- lowing cure for scrofula-: Put two ounces of aquafortis on a pjate, on which you have.ftwo copper cents. Let it re- main from eighteen to twenty-four hours. Then add four ounces of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 April 1855

&r3SWr m wmwM-S9 m &cmuacmcm? sl mm gi ncr XOXCp 0 W &&$ &l b ?&V36&tidJ V2wa Vra V5 i v VM&&1 VkZJ &3 ttrJ56bo J7BCTSHED WEEKLY BT I.AKCASTER fc JBAXXENGER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3; for six month $1 75; for three monthB, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, -prill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing -of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Anyone sending us five cash paying ouuswiuersj yrin oeiurnisneci a cup,y liim- No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this ofiice may be remitted per mail in pood 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 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 April 1855

i'ms'-mtijW! J4p'Li X. - S "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." VOL. YI NO. 31. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. . - - k." -' '3 V K SWIaM8 The Wife. BY FLORENCE 3IACD0XALD. "I am hopeless I" said the young man, in a, Voice tnat was painfully de- sponding "utterly hopeless! Heaven 3niows 1 have tried hard to get employ- ment; "but no one has need of my? ser- vice. The pittance doled out hy your father, and which comes with a sense of humiliation that is absolutely heart ' rxrsnlfigvis carcery stdSeient Jto pro- vide this miserable abode, and keep hunger from our door. J3ut for your sake, I would not touch a shilling of his money if I starved. "Hush, dear Edward!" returned the gentle girl, who had left her father, mo- ther, and a pleasant home, to share the lot of him she loved : and she laid a finscer on his lips, while she drew her arm around him. "Agnes," said the youug man, "I cannot endure this life mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 April 1855

- J- .. c ' JA ST.aS-SJS-n So r &MSa a wW.vott TCYMmrcs i0 THE TEXAS RANGER, J.XiAKCASTER, Editor. JDasijtugicu, ftzxas SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. A. J. Austin, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ised agent for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of BelMlle, Austin co. is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. SsEti,, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. T l&Tertfeers. The Texas Banger offers reat inducements to business men,vho wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being tie largest paper in Western Texas, nnd having a circulation in every county in the State, as well xs in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be-most amply remunerated. Jffi-.lt wilTbe seen by today's paper, that candidates to Represent Austin county are in the field. Chappell Hill Advertisements, We call attention to the advertisements of Messrs. W. M. Sledge, -who is just receiving a large and be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 April 1855

Pimtmyr..wuM,M-l,ln, finiiiiv r-vH.fr-nriir-Tfgg $??v fMO Aaaa is) & 5&&&0 Neiv Orleans Market. Saturday Morning, April 21, 1855. Ordinary 7aSj Low Middling SiaSJ Middling 9a9 Good Middling 910 MiddlingFairlOalOi Fair Molasses 2oc. Sugar Fair to Pally Fair 4aoc LOURglO 50bbl Whiskey 33 a 37c. Pork New Mess $17 00c. Bacon Sides9; Shoulders 7;Hamsllc. Lard Prime 10cts Cheese 12c. Candles Star 22c Bagging 12al5c; Kope aSc. Lime $1 75 bbl. Salt Liverpool $1 locte; Fine$l 40cts Coffee Hio t lOc. Rice 7c. IVew Orleans Money Market. SPECIE. American Gold Coinage, par a California Gold, per ounce, $17 00 a 17 Sovereigns, 4 SO a 4 So .Napoleons, 3 SO a 3 S5 16 00 a 16 50 15 60 a 15 75 roanish Doubloons, t ..;,-. Specie, American, 2 a 3 Mexican Dollar, 4 a 5 bank notes. Bank of Louisiana, Canal and Banking Co, Louisiana State Bank, Mechanics' and Traders Union Bank, Citizens', prem. par par par par par par Consolidated, "Bank of Mobile,- ' paradis i i ! i fl'ffif-J'PBgB .. 0rc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 April 1855

m n :&&& 3SW?S Zds? .A a& && & aa3&H3&fe l6 A srs?ra sisjsi s? .tohkhsj rJCo n w ) mktM & a?SJj a W8&0 jgije tas Banger, PUBLISHED "WEEKLY BT IiALVCASTER &, J3AJLL.ENGER. TEH BIS: Subscription for one year, $8 ; for sis month 1 75', 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 adTance. 'Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, 'unless a special nnderstandingis mado with the publisher. So paper Trill be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until allarrearages are paicL ' , All dues to this office may Te 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 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 May 1855

) f'V " -'JH r. xjaSSro jlsteie .'ijfe, "tHE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, O'ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE." 2EiCIli3jrcEiai2E. VOL.' Vt-NO. 31. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1855. WHOLE tf 0. 343. apj'i- wffij."iiiKtj-p-uj.ip u mx$L Ja&ttmix Conducted toy Mrs. E. ! iBasljiugtmt, Btea0.- . SATTODAY, HAY 5, 1S55. Toxins Women- Yery young ladies cannot be said to have "any conversation. Experience, knowledge of society, acquirements gradually and imper- ceptibly accumulated arc requisite before a person can be properly said to converse. The female character is from its attributes, pe- culiarly under the control of circumstances, and the influence of other and of stronger natures. There cannot be a more moment- ous condition than that of a young woman under twenty. A fool may win her admira- tion ; and her character becomes, for a time at least, frivolous. Many a noble spirit in "woman has been checked by an ill planed ' first affection; but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 May 1855

k. tvr RWjnn viy xwl THE TEXAS RANGER. 4 3. LANCASTER, Editor. HJasIjxngion, eas. TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1855. A. J. Austin, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Anstin co. is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Snxi,i,, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Banger offers great inducements to business men, "who Tvish 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 mostamply remunerated Acknowledgements Wm. Keigwin, Esqr., Centerville, is notified of the receipt of bis favor, for which we are under many obligations. Jas. Sorley, JEsqr., Galveston, is informed of the receipt of bis letter, containing invoice of nails, sbipped. We tender him our acknowledg- ...

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