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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 29 September 1855

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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 — 29 September 1855

uautimftTi'v, '"wv v mmimjftaag.ifT' rev rrf.-i.nnte"', i-iMJj.Mrfaunft.f.r'iiii,i,.ii11 n ? yjmw;i.Ju:wi.',.Trav.u-'wiT; j -.i, i1 n suivusssaa5g"T-T-T.,Li u.m; .LL-jjj.w,rj8T S2o o iflia..iWJwaaBitfSLmjmmwiiVLtjw mi i,, AsiiJtsaivsMXikix9s!'-'- f.w.--rm Swfr .-rvi jps?w (Ml ,J7AL -THE TEXAS RANGER. J. LrAK CASTER, Editor SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1S55. 3Ir. JrarMiAK CrotJD, of Austin county, is an utnomed agent for tins paper. A- J. AirsTirf , esq., Philadelphia, is an author ises, agent.ior uu8 paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. is' an authorize;? -gent for this paper. api. JT. K.Steix, Postmaster, Caldwell, Is an ausnorizea agents ior uub paper- To Advertisers. The Texas Banger of- iertfgreat inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad-vertiBinc- Beinc the lareest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the fetate, as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who s.a...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 October 1855

I&M&9I "'r IT '.TTTI'i" MHIV.-WtrfaE T K?3iW?3 PSEB; K?F &&& PXc &ssa mWo &, &? ? ik es&sspsb? sl 12 SWS MM. c&bisyse ei?e&&u &?&m9-b (o& iaxyuim ej; smkio II HAS RANGER. J.IiAKCASTERj Editor. ' tDa0l)ington, (amis. i in SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1855. Mr. Jeremiah Cloud, of Austin county, is an utfcorlzed agent for this paper. A.' JAtrsTiy, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Pranl&Lipsconib, Esq., of Bellvillc, Austin cd. i3,an authorize!? -gent for this paper. Japt. M. K. Swell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is sriauthorized agent for this paper. Tow Advertisers. The Texas Banger of fers ereat inducements to business men, who wish, to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county -atfthe Bate, as well asm every -boutnern state, the proprietor flatters himself that those who adTercse-inlsiBCohiBmsrfill be-most amply tb-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 October 1855

'" ' m ,. ti uj-aj t-L -? .yrasi'iii ;t & -3 Z3Z3ZA J xszzsjj'.j-' v-vv-w4 viuo' & -&aty?pfc&a fid) a && lio 11L 2to Lbutrfecmmt i?. Citation. The State of Texas, ") In the District Court, Brazos County. 5 Fall Term, 1855. Sarah JicLeaster ts Kb. 106. Eiram B. fcLeaster. j To the Sheriff of said County Greeting : WHEREAS; Sarah McLeaster, of said county, did on the 27th day of April, 1854, file her petition in said court, alleging that she is the wife of Hiram B. McLeaster ; that he has removed from said county. where their homestead is ; that over two years ago, said Hiram abandoned her and Ms home; that he left her destitute of all property, except what she inherited from her father's and mother's estate, being mostly land ; thatsince his departure he has contributed noth- ing to the support of herself and her child ; that ..nT,f f eiftVness. she is unable to support ",?n1p n-nA rT-ld ? that it would no greauy 10 uer 1 ;ntfc tn r01 a nart of her said lands ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 October 1855

&rtFr&F fsr' MWl pjp wr , ?j' m in ii ii -in i :w'B3'i3rs c;:i,i,-,r7aiMnyil:v,'rjr.Trjr---r' "----'TSiissujai ui ... n ibi'Jihii &&& tao T8m CMrtJtrfiaemcufe rpHIS Institution of learning, is located, u ,or me present year m Me uBuruju. Galveston. A permanent location will be decided upon during the year, at some heathly plase, :is public interest shall indicate. The Institution Buildings are l&Tge, airy and retired from the utlm . . . -- urn sessions. The winter session commences, jno - -rnmWi irss -nri tmof.oc. -March 15. 1S5G. . .UUU. .., .IWV, U.U. ..V,..U... WW, -. -- Summer session commences, March 16, and terminates, August 1, 1856. Discipline. Military and rigorous; Infantry drjil, in Company and Battallion, taught practi- cally. Punishments. None, other than admonition, of, demerit is established for infraction of the Kno.wn and written regulations, xuese muge ipfe 1 to 10, according to turpitude, w lien tlie list amounts to 200 in any one year, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 October 1855

. - i ' ' J &;; Tmm iriss ai wasrosbr , & &isi st Ait 0 &aj ffliMiSMIGER. J. LANCASTER. Editor. to 'SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1&55. .Mr. Jeremiak Cloud, of Austin county, is an inorizuu. agexu. lor una paper. "Japt. II. K. Skell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is n authorized agent for this paper. Particular Notice. With this number closes the third year of the X'one'Star, from the time it was commenced hyMr. Wyon, from whom we purchased the subscription books. Our subscription list is very large, and our outlay for paper enor- mously heavy, especially during " these hard times.3' There are hundreds of our subscri- bers "who have not paid us one farthing since -we commenced the publication of the paper. Large numbers of them are no doubt, clever gentlemen, and to offend or to part with them would be a souree of regret, but if they do not pay np the amount of their indebtedness, o Tvill be compelled to place their accounts in the hands of an officer for collection, and erase t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 October 1855

L 4 X & W T 7 ?. " " mimu !jki i "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it WAVE, 0:ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE." 5". rAjCABTSH., 1 WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, OCTOBER .27, 1855 i 3 WHOLE NO. 385 Safes' tttmtt Rules for Married Life. BY A 2&A.TR0K. "We copy for the benefit of our just married ladies, a chapter from- Mrs. Tu- -thill's admirable little book, "my wife." If these simple rules were kept in mind, there would bemuchless of "mal- ice domestic," and fewer storms in mar- TietHife. A year by the way, which corresponds to the month of April a clear blue sky one moment, the next is all shrouded in gloom. True, the sun- shine may be more beautiful than ever after, but the showers are proportionally frequent and severe, and the smiling, sober May, that succeeds, brings a calm- er, truer enjoyment. Once more let us commend Mrs. Tuthill's whisper of ad- vice, for though experience brings the most reliable knowledge, many lessons of that stem teacher ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 October 1855

&' SRS? w&ao tv THE TEXAS RIGER. J. LANCASTER, Editor. asljington, (Haras. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1S55. yi;.-Jr!W i- -iiffigrrt"iViiV f.-jJt.-?'i;-: Mr- Jeremiah Cloud, of Austin county, is an authorised agent for this paper. Capt. Ms. - Skeu., Postmaster, Caldvrell, is an authorized agent for this paper. "Frank Lipscomb,- Esq., of UellTille, Austin co. is an authorized -.ent for this paper. A. J. Austin-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Messrs Bassett & Bassett, Brenham, are au- - thorized agents for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Sanger of- fers great inducements to business men, who Irish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, suuHiavinij .a-circulation in every county in the State, as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in Ms columns, Trill be most amply re- munerated. Printers Wanted. One or two good hands can get em- plo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 October 1855

H ..&, i. -:TT " mi Tmmm m&MWss. & &gg gg&as. g, Jacol T. TirriE5toii. . N The leading testimony introduced tipoif the irial of this centleman, for thev killing oft tx.K. Lewis, having been Emitted Ip the4 publication in the JN ueces Vsallev, we, as wen a3 others, were at some loss, to know 'upon what the verdict of " not guilty" was based. A CWesnnndent of the' News" savs: "The decision of the jury was rendered jnpoii this broad principle: A man hafe. a just right "to be the guardian of his own- household, the father of his own children, and husband of his own wife; that, in defence of these sacred rights, he may take the life of a fellow man. 2fo sympathy was manifested toward? Yarring- ton none, was felt; he had an impartial trial before a learned judge, and one of the most in- telligent juries that could have been found in- Western Texas: upon their first ballot he was declared not guilty." Length ofatnile in different Countries. England and America 1760 yard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 October 1855

4 a BBMMWHfftlfflfffiWBBHfMniBMMMMfMffTBrfgl1MgaB"Tirir-iaBSYi VmV idftiYVr W TaaTrT"'Tn''gr"ttTr1'1 i ' it-i ,. , . ...n.- i."n nrnnwn ii w wHigij!w;Jwwi:n. t' ". w 'lui iijj"'ggyr www" ww mLhL&sne fe ""fp T-jg&fr-, " i) JEeas Baiter, JOSEPH JLAKCA STER . TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month SI 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paving inaidvanee, Trill be charged S5 at the end f the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year S5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill "be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time thin one year uriiess,a special understandingis made with the publisher. 30 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 "n good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters bei...

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

" tf n- WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855 ' " ,-.,- -, ' .-, rPg-H-8-n-s - "THE STAB-SPANGLED BANNER, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, N. -,, ., , ' -J ,; ". tgU-LT tf-JZLajaJNO-STCEEEL, 0-ER THE LAKD 0F THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE." tt&ttXJ&U2&2EE& , - t -- Nt TVO. 2. . whole Nb. nm yafa(ffjtomt,- Ikelteite.oii Premature Matrimony. Marriage is a divine and beautiful ar- "anocement. It was designed bv Provi dence Botsolely as the means of keeping ap population, or as a mere social and cononivd convenience, but as the blending of two spirits into one the masculine representing " wisdom " and ilie feminine "affection." When there is a true spiritual affinity between the two, then the design is accomplished. Premature marriages are among the CTeatest-ils of the times; and it would not be a bad idea in these days of re- forms, if an "anti manying-in-hurry so- ciety1' were instituted. "Now-a-days peo- ple leap into the magic life circle with no more consideration...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 November 1855

. 1 -i?y rsm? tt v&r&$rvnsrr xrra!?msc? 1A sro? JA sttw? -ft) 52 WUW. if. ' . 3i jocu&) &ml&) &mWM (SS V5 VwlU . U WSrf VAAVW " THE. TEXAS MHGER. J. !LA3X CASTER, Editor. iBasljington, teas. BPtmBAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1855. ttfr. Jeremiah Glottd, of Austin county, ia an -Bslhorized agent for this paper. Capt. 3L K. Siret.1., Postmaster, Caldwe' " sa authorized agent for this paper. yrknliXipscomb;Esq.,ofUellTille, st"n co. xs'x atstiomet' ..gent for this paper.- A. X Austin, esq., Philadelphia an author--iaceAtJbrthis paper. Messrs "BsBsett & Bassett, Jrenham, arc au- thorised agents lor this pape T Advertisers, -he Tesas $Ect of- irs great indueenjdts to business men, -who TMhSoKTan tlasclTes of the benefits of ad- YeTUsinjE;. iVelmj the "largest paper in "Western Texas, imd having a circulation in every county 5a the State, as "well as in every Southern State, the proprietor, natters himself that those vrho Advertise. "in Jus columns, will be most amply re- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 November 1855

( WJS Xp3.- W3H . mwm&a s) & $& &o MrA ( ie Arrival of the Africa. One TTeelw Iater f roni Emope. Few York. jSTov. 3. The Collins' steamship Baltic, Capt. Comstock, has arrived at this port with Liverpool dates of the 20. of October. JLiverpool Cotton Market. The sales of Cotton in the Liverpool market for tlie week ending Friday. 19th ult,. were 5i,000 bales showing a mueli more active market than was re- ported by the Africa. Prices had fur- ther given way to the amount of one- sixteenth to-one-eiglith of a penny per pound in all descriptions except Fair Orleans. The closing quotations, as compared witli those by the Africa, are as follows: Quotations per Baltic: Fair Orleans 6?d per pd.: Middling Orleans 5 9-1 6d- Fair Uplands od; and Middling Up. lands od. Quotatiins per Africa: Fair Orleans 6id; Middling Orleans od Fair Upland 6d; and Middling Uplands 5;d per pd; Of the sales for the week 5000 bales were to speculators and 6000 bales for export. ailroTid Acciden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 November 1855

pMk.M-jlSi E'r1iwv? cr$3 Etta's? .7 TV-TOrOSroJ5? 5? .ffi?SS5 s Co: ik5 &&&& & 3&3$Sgk) a&WSWBw aya&a f?o ','T tty .-C "-'" 'PUBUSHED'JV-EEKLY BY' " " -TERMS:- EST&scrSpioiTfcr one jrenr, S3 : for six month fl R firm tit vnrtMTin ! OT. &.1 -..tlnu t rt ring in'advance, -will be chanted S5 at the end the year- "Payment Trithin two months from fe mailinir of the first number. Trill he consi- ered inadyancc. Two copies one vcar$5, in ivnnce. Any one sendfriz ns five cash paving ahscribers. -will he furnished n copy gratis. Ncsnbscrintion taken-for a les time than one sear, unless a special understandingis made with e putmsner. . -5c- -paper -still-he discontinued (except at the riion of the publisher) until allarrearages are B1U. AHines to this office may be remitted per mail lin rood and available Bank notes, at tbe risk of I ihe Editor, the postage of all letjershcingpaid bv ihe writers. Thepostajre of a single letter lis scarcely of any accoun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 29 November 1855

f ( X ;"3u - "the star-spaxgled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home or THE BRAVE." r. Xju-iolSsssi-, vol. vn NO. 3. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOYEM: ER 29, 1855. WHOLE N0S6T ; Eairb.wtam. Hints ITor Husbands. There is an article afloat in the pa- pers entitled "Golden Eules for "Wives," which enjoins upon the ladies a rather abject submission, to their husband's mil and whims. Iron rules, not gold- en ones, we should call them. But the art of living together in harmony is a Tery difficult art; and, instead of confu- ting the positions of the authors of the Hules aforesaid, we offer the following, as the substance of what a wife likes in a husband:-. fidelity is her heart's first and most just'demand. The act of infidelity a true "wife can not forgive it rudely "breaks the tie that bound her heart to life, and THAT tie can never more exist. The first place in her husband's affec- tions no true wife can learn to do with- out. "When she loses that, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 29 November 1855

t TBI TEIK'-RABR. OErAiXCASTERj Editor. iTJasIjingtcm, St5to0. FEIDAY,NOTEMBEE, 30,1855. -uwm a-r v. vm .-v- ..- To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger of- fers great inducements to business men, -who Ttfsh to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in tbe-State, as -well as in every Southern State, tlie proprietor flitters himself that those who advertise in his columns, Trill be most amply re- munerated. AcIcnowIedgKients, &c. Dr. Telpau of N. Y., is informed that we cannot publish his advertisement unless pay- ment is made in advance. As a general thing, patent medecine quaefcs are snch a set of rascal- ly swindlers, and we have suffered so much by them, that we shall hereafter publish none of their advertisements unless payment is secured. Mr. Stephen Brown, N, Y. is informed of the receipt of the stove pretty well smnshed up. Dr. Thos. Holloway, N. Y. is informed that ire replied to his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 29 November 1855

r.;iM vt,&w.j .wgvaaAbUL-'mv.i.ri i Wa. ctnR" frXirM m cvcx ay?&a3& g jygi 7Wo Vs fJXZ '- -.- - UJ.-W'l.iV'AUU.k..L. Ji... t,JWM r Jl SrX spnRy, fa ? Mimm-mM s the conduct of the Indians after the withdraw- als the mounted troops for Kansas. Capt. Callahan was directed to repair to such points on'the" G-uadaloupe, Comal and upper Blanco,-as would enable him to givo the inhabitants-full protection. He details his pursuit after Indains across the boundary line into Mexico, and thinks that this act was neces- sary to punish the Indians, and does not be- lieve that he ever authorized any wanton des- truction of the property of the Mexican citi- zens. . He-thinhs that with the force now being put in motion hy Gen. Smitn, and the early additions to be made to it, that be will be a- ble to give the necessary protection to ihe frontier, ! , He says that efforts have been made to . . i sr r . Ticficr flip raise a lorce to enter iuexiuu auu ,.... - Xipan Indians, and the 15th of N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 29 November 1855

-""KScT" gp''rrgjre"''cra &. SJ?r3 Sc3 7r- TrVvf T-f iw Wr O WWA 4 U S? 52 ..5TS?S) rc)rS3 TV ?rft m, s aaa a s&&&Q PUBLISHED "WEEKLTT BY " JOSEPH LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one vecr.3 : for six month fl75j for three month. SI 25. Subscribers no : Jfeying in fufcnce, will be charged So at the end Lf the rearT Payment within twn 70011113 from 1. we mailing of the first number, will be consi - aereu m advance. Two copies one year s, in ; advance. Anr one sending tis fire cash navinc smusuxioers, win oe turnisnea a copy grans. -xiosuoscnption taken for a less time man one Ju?j Unless n special understanding's made with Mio tuousner. No paner Trill be discontinued (except at the I rtion of the publisher) until all arrearages are paia. All dues tft this office mav be remitted ner mail la good and availahleUank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid $2f the writers. The postage of a single letter w scarcely of any account to the "wr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 December 1855

iji TT.iHiuadsapLj-LuaaasgwK-i -,ffr,-i ;. ,..., jjjjU'.vk ' -----. "- ; r JtLAK.gtJa.:lmiWll'?'lWllll "the star-spangled bakxep., o! long mat it wave, o'er the land of the tree, and the home of the brave. a xJj.rrc-SHJasii-5 PROPRIETOR, ' .'. t 'THE TEXAS RMGER. LANCASTER, Editor. iUasljingtou,, Star a. SATUEDAT, DECEMBER 8, 1855. To A i-rort;rs. -Ike Texas Hanger of fers great inducements to business men, who "Bis to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- verlising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and Laving a circulation in every county in tht State, as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advtrtise in Ms columns, "will be most amply rc- murerated. JH.. ml, t uvi -.lj .. J. . w'JWy,--.i-AHK! Printers Wanted. One or two good hands can get em- ployment in this office. Also one to take the foremanship. Our exchanges -will .confer a great fa- vor by noticing the bove. E.See our list of new advertise- ments. Sf "We this week commen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 December 1855

g-fe-eas&jjg --- ;TTJ"-1"'"-3gE Sttjool hvmimnmii lift IHIO IS located for the present year in the sub Institute rHJalveston. Permanent locationJC0ffice ,n Fer,ry Strcet' over B- F- Wilson' to be deejdeaby public patronage and de- c "ar" -i--5C-Ptine, military and rurorous; btudies similar to those in the best Colleges, V ,,moreJf ll scientific and practical. QJA -tinder 32 years not recrfved, unless jrellfgrotrn. One term of two equal sessions, -JKPY Ijo Aug. 1. Vacation, three inontbsTcorers the epidemic period. Tuition in. Preparatory Department $40 00, and in Collegiate Department, 60 00 per session, in advajice. Board, washing, lights and fu- eV$l;0 'Per n oath, in -the Institute, Tinder the care of superintendant. Dress uniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, Nov. 24fh 1S55. tf Superintendent- layior UoiTersitf, Independence, Texas. EET- Rufus C. Burleson, a. m., Presi- denV and Professor of the Spanish and Ancient L'ansnaces and"Bcllc Letters. RetJ. BZStilekr, aTsi., Prof, of Natu- ra...

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