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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 December 1855

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Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 December 1855

ws-wrt. . vL-AjigawF 32KS53K Si)0ol totrtfemntfs. ra?o: null Hi S Hl?,SlTAtS2ermantl.v locatca Washington, S ufijiwiw8a)v i IS located for the present year in the sub tirfcs of Galveston. Pennauent location to be decided bj .public patronajre and de- mand. Discipline, military and rigorous; Studies similar to those in the best Colleges, "with more of the scientific and practical. Xonth under 32 years not received, unless "Well grown. One term of two equal sessions, from jSbv. J to Aug. 1. Vacation, three months, covers the epidemic period. Tuition in Preparatory Department $40 00, and in Collegiate Department, $60 00 per session, in advance. Doard, washing, flights and fu- el, $1S 00 per month, in the Institute, ttnder .the .care of superintendant. Dress, uniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, Nov. 24th 1S55. tf Superintendent. w$m uiiwers. Independence, Texas. EEV. JRufits C. Burleson, a. m.. Presi- dent and Professor of the Spanish and Ancient Languages and Belie Letters. Rev. J". B. Stilclcr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 December 1855

6$ i - -" -- "" " nn- J l--"! p ywgrpww i " ''1 gi MiBwMMMWBWwP f- -" K',- - ar. T-sj&j?&c2j&.&i?'l "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the hove of the brave. pnopnisTori. 5fT - - - -SSteI r vol. vn NO. "THE TEXAS RANGER. J. LANCASTER, Editor. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1855. To Advertisers. -The Texas Ranger of- fers great inducements to business men, Trho "wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. 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 re- munerated. & Judge II. M. Crabb, of Walker county, K, N. Floater, will accept our thanks for a legis- lative document printed in German; a3 we are not conversant with that language, and always Laving taken the Judge, from his appearance, to be a genuine Dutchman, we herewith return the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 22 December 1855

BBBaajBtfEHawBMMMfcMdHaBBBBBnBBBiBBaaftagsaKai."' gasaBBamsaBBassamsmmBBmsttBmaKmmmmmaaHttt?m 6ffi3-&5rr3 W O P3?& &$ Oi- &A& m&cmwmm mmw ww&'mi ctfoox3i ?nov za& z ". y vioi VzZJ pv? &wsks0 i fr-v Sxijool tocrttsmcnte. Military IisttMe. S located for the rjresent year in lhe sub - nrbs of Galveston. Perman ent location lo be decided by public natronane and de inand. Discipline, military and rigorous; Studies similar to those in the best Colleges, lth more tf the scientific and practical. Youth under 32 years not received, unless well grown. One term of two equal sessions, from Nov. 1 to Aug. 1. Vacation, three months, covers the epidemic period. Tuition ill Preparatory Department 40 00, and it Collegiate Department, $60 00 per session, in advance. J3oard, washing, lights and fu- el, $1S 00 per month, in the Institute, tinder the care of superintendant. Dress, uniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, Nov. 24lh 1855. tf Superintendent. ifflTens Independence, Tex...

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

V. ' W" ''limp !' itviiiiiS!j"lfc3MIi;WtW'Wlll"MLiiagaiii'ii imfcwgto, ,--. . j. - c. u-.mi-'jj.i.u.5:s .feimishci fei Mg K3 b p 3 K r osjeer:: : "the STAR-SPANGLED banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave.'' lEiaOiESaRXESTCMa r -n-gy?KCTaaactqgiFi win i ii f , ii , i vtwanwmwmwwr!'immwm' 5 .--.A : Msgi! nssAi'n r " ss tSiS vvit.'i ta vs ci ej ""s- 5v -Ha 'f rBhu 7 y V VOL. VHKX WTffilS RAM. gT . 'J. !, CASTER, Editor. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18oo. P-M'Oiywpfn'r- "flflffn-po lti,,i?1?lJ-f1,.if )lw,rA. -.1, lO-SiSe-'lIl Ili-S'rfjllimns. will Iin mni,t5imnV rj- iimcw tct. A -. V "-"t r' - Teacher on tie.Pianov i . , Attenfec.31 is callod- to .the advertis- --.j; O JIj-Loiiis-BECker; avUo eomes &&- .a5r-. ' " i fr s5PJparticulq on IPJano oftc Ips performance on iL'tinsniffrrnjtlnnA 'h fW h "- -- S'ii- .- , iiuxHiu jatapianoisr, auuHUtefiiM ! "' ' m I LI . . " - I tollowicff cstrset trom n n-ivnte letJIirivce:-.-- hemiUtn "a J- Hirs'Iru. J...

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

m i -1 Sdjool "21 bnertisitente-p 3oenUd fhr tin oresent year in ic snb srrtR f fialrfistnn. Permanent location 4fel3cide4V- public tw&a?c and do- ra. Disdinme, mhtarv una rijrnrous: Kior uftlsG Fclfintlfic ind practical. gss'li r.nder 32-vcair ret iccived, unless HroKn t -One term if tvnqnal sessions, m .Nov ll toiAnL. Ylicailuh. itfivel) llhc (iftrnrcl lift. ?.1.,m nniind Tinfirr I "roralflfepnrtnionf TfflfOandln- ,...-. ,, v V itV Vl((l Ull j.,..- ,.J, fellrgiate Depijjentvj?0 00 ersessinik .uvjmee jjoaiQwnmnjr, rgnrs ana tu-: sis 00 ngr month, in the Institute, eider ihe carcipF nperintgndajit . J)trpss.? Nov. 4tb 1S55. tf ritr&firJenrlen! ?sl " sifersM t a i 1CS ; Ijudepeudeiicej Texas, 22Y JSttfibs .0. JitwVsfin, a m, Presi dent and Professor of tha Spanish and icisnt Lan-tungw: Tin-T Bel e Letleis Jfen. X JR. 7Hi&crt a jr.., Prof, of Katu- ?cenr;cFand the German Jjansuayc.t Jih (?. ZMorgtrn3 a. B. Prof. oMUatlfe-V slice ' - jM . Xmj.ncc a. e.. Prof. A-ssitHant Lan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 January 1856

-MeaoKw jw mt """ " ijw J . ftp- -. . S K j 'rr- .1 "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." ' 3T. LiANOASTESR, P"R H-M TT7iTrT3 o WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANTJABY 5, 18 I I I IT I I I II" I III " II I III WHOLE NO. 372 ( ml Wf.Ufi f-ftW-riLr'a-' " .j yum. ... " llWlf mitmrs . rnwt Troia DeBow's Bevien-. Texas and her Resources. The following sketcli Is from tlie pen o.a gentlemen wlio has "been tt citizen or Texas lor more tnan twenty-six s years, and was prepared by him for the --pages or our Jieview. it win oe lonow- ed by a series of similar papers, upon ' 'tihis most interesting "portion of the OB.fesesfe: "We invite such eontribu- ons from 'all sources. Telasco is situated at the mouth of our great central river, (the Brazos,) on perfectly high and dry land, fronting bpzh the Grulf and the river, witheleva- tion of surface securing ic from inuda- lions by the influx of the Gulf or the Viead waters of the river....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 January 1856

" "-"j n .-k-iuuj..'Ji,i:."uj,ii"j.ij....fnugi SF5S5 mmm"P' "y vio U o '7r'-,-u-,J'-'-'-'yj-',J',-as.vvartViwyii'i.i,i;i?-w,Tj THE TEXAS RANGER. J.IiAKCASTJSRj Editor. "J .- ttla0!)iugtoitr ea0. O SAWRDAY, JANFAHY o; 1B56 Cajpt. JI'JK- Ssei.1., Postmaster, Caldwell, is aa authorized agent for this paper. Messrs Jassett & Bassett, Brenham, are au- thomecl agents for this paper. " A. J. Austin-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger of fers great, inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in Gcntral Texas, and having a circulation in every county fn the State, as well as'in every Southern State, the proprietor "flatters himself that those who advertise in his olrimnB, will he most amply re--Eaanerated. - ' Readier on tlie Piano Attention is called AoJiha-acLYertis-ment ofMrXonis Eecker. who comes highly recommended as a professor and creolmTJisiCfc rfor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 January 1856

mmpjm Mir?riavaTT-nr.Mi-.m.w ji-.tj--i in i mm- u wm jiiw- j-itt il'1t ,M -" - - " --. - -- - -.g- .t-.e r .- - .. ... i i i i - mm t !' MfcWMMMM1BiMiii m HMfcMMJill ' T I fifr. Iffl&Wo &y .giMfeid. If Srabklieamts. $nbm,akmi Fwl,l,iHM,,,-- Agricultural JFairs !are extending to most of the States of the Union, and doing much good, by increasing the information of farmers in regard to the best modes of cultivat- ing and securing their crops, tmd the best breeds of 3omestic animals, and the best means or rearing the same with economy and profit. The Improvements in agricultural implements of Jate'years have Deen or lncaicuuoie value to farmers It is stated that, when tbe first StateJ?aIr tv&s held in Ohio, about six years ago, tulerewas scarclyone store in thetate for tbe sale., of agricultural implements, ifow nearly, every county not only boasts of such convenience, bnt the farmers will Imy none "but the latest improvement. j - flow to Plant a Tree- We take the following...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 January 1856

Si.iWH!HM4uv.w.'wTBeg &Zp3cR52sZ ton is&? .a. IRtfhWW. ?espA ( &$&& 0X Wi v V- POr .SSiv s l&V36Sitil t&t&mm & iS&i girjool 2ltoatisromfe. Toss. lilitar j j fastitnte. IS located for the present year in the sub urbs of Galveston. Permanent location to be -decided by public patronage and de- mand. Discipline, military and rigorous; Studies similar to those in the best Colleges, with more of the scientific and practical. Youth under 32 years .not received, unless "well grown. One term of two equal sessions, from Nov, 1 to Aug. 1. Vacation, three months, covers the epidemic period. Tuition in Preparatory Department 40 00, and in Collegiate Department, $60 00 per session, in advance. Board, washing, lights and fu- el, tlS 00 per month, in the Institute, nnder the care of superintendant. Dress, aniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, Nov. 24lh 1855. tf Superintended. Baylor University, Independence, Texas. EEY. Rufus C. Burleson, a. m., Presi- dent and Professo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 January 1856

fTrfVS -5S- . -3". EsACiLSTSR, UTHE STAR-SPASGLED BANKER, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, o'er the land of the tree, and the home of the brave." FLOUESTUOh. .-Jt" ' V VJW. V" A-Wii?S? " -'- L'"JB' VOL. .vn NO. 8, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1856. '$miwBm. Frcm "Women as they Arc. Natures of Women. It is singular, but true, that woman nearly trust woman in any great emer gency. The erring, -who might readily they have denounced. Abore all, the romantic are stronsr in Kissing Kissing, as a general thing, is a Sub- Til. -..!?.. i- Aiac Jviu-o x-i-aycr. A friend tells us an anecdote of Booth, tion, and beneficence, and beaut7-, and goodness, and truth, are most power fully developed m them. Let no scep- tic come near them with his cold phi- losoply and cheerless creed, that con signs "dust to dust" even while the be reclaimed, are driven out of the path ." -uuf x? .uus? eve " afiliflfrifririvirf. tW Wn nn if Jiivingflesh, might alone and well or ine ingia virtue that Keeps on own narr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 January 1856

' ? THE !has ranger. J. !LAi?CASTER3 Editor. UlgtOtt, (LtXCiB. SATCTBXT JATJAItTl, 1S56. Gapt.M. K. Snem., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. Messrs TJas$ett& Bassett, Brenham, are au- thorized agents for this paper. Ai J. Austin-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ised, agent-for this paper. "To Advertisers. The Texas Banger of- fers great Inducements to business men, who Tfish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the oldest paper in Central 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 Advertisein his columns, "Kill be most amply ro- n.unerated. 2-Iij onr Almanac of last -week tliere -were several errors -winch -were joyerlopked. "We now give it to our patrons fevised and corrected." rThe late cold weather lias been as severly fet in Louisiana, as this "State. A stagedriver on one of-the ToadsHn La- "was found frozen to death, als...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 January 1856

frjB,ai"MWfflWBgijMBBMBJPMMMMMMrl1IHFWI ft .1 , r.,W-Hnf- im 11. ....... , ... m. iu. ... L' ...Lajnjcacjj.. -J.W!iJ!g.!PJ5IJ,r? iwiafetf '$Wc Houston Advertisements. 1SS5. OHN DICKINSON & Co3 HOUSTON, :--A EEnow receiving from tneNortli .2CtL em markets, their Fall and Winter STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE, fowhich they respectfully invite the attention of the Planters and Merchants of the interior their-assortment comprises almost all arti--cles adapted to the wants of the country, viz iS Groceries; Hardware; Dry Goods ? Clothing; Boots;iSgShoes; " Hate; Caps; Donnets; Wood- -- ware;Croclvery;Glassware; - . ' Saddlery;13agging;Ilope; Wines; and JLiiquors; Tobacco; and Plantation Goods, generally. Houston, Texas, October 13, 1S55. 6m JTo tlxe 3IercIants and Planters of Texas, ljBlHE undersigned is now prepared to receive VJL cotton and other produce, on storage, and iiopes by strict attention to give general satisiac -tion. THOS. S. LUBBOCK, ft"kI' Lubbock's Warehouse, Houston, Texas. Ja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 12 January 1856

School j,bvcztxsmztits. T'ozsis nstitnte. rl located for the present year in the sub urbs of Galveston: Permanent location to ha decided by public patronage and demand.'- Discipline, military and rigorous; Studies similar to those in the best Colleges, "with more of the scientific and practical. Youth under 32 years not received, unless "well grown. One terra of two equal sessions, from Nov. 1 to Aug. 1. Yacation, three months, covers the epidemic peiiod. Tuition in. Preparatory Department $40 00, and in Collegiate Department, $60 00 per session, in advance. Board, -washing, lights and fu- el, $1S 00 per month, in the Institute, under the care of superintendant. Dress uniform. CALEB G. FORSEEY, Nov. 24th 1S55. tf Superintendent. rJ5 Independence, Texas. IEY. Rufus O. Burleson, x. jr., Prcsi- ldent and Professor of the Spanish and Ancient Languages and Belle Letters. Rev. J. J3. Stitclcr, x. m., Prof, of Natu- ral'Sciences and the German Language. Mr. G. Z. Morgan, x. b. Prof, of Mat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1856

VOL. Vn NOa WASHIGTONTXsrSAlSDATKfelP Iptuitontt On tlie Sweet Potato and its Pres- et ation. For thc Alnl ima Planter. -If the inquary weic made what was that plant in the climate and in the soil that bet suited itj that yielded the most food for man. I think, all things considered, the answer wonld be the potato. Information fiom a source entitled to full confidence, satisfies me that five hundred bushels have been made nnd gathered to the acre. Peihaps one hun- dred bushels is much more than the average products. Thice, or at most four bushels, give about the tame amount of sustenance as one bushel of com. I huv heard of one hun- dred bushels com, fifty bushels of wheat, and ninety bushels of rice made to the b ueai mure fou some one hundred and fifty weight in the day. The potato sends out in clusteis its fine toot which at a ccitain stage of the plant arc en- j t 111 .1...1 .' jargea anu become tne potato; tne vines put out in many places roots that pass into the ground and may...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1856

6? Bwtafi ' v. si stT--- wcjS law -:? 33iL35911 c 1 1 1 ii - ?nr i- TSSSe .Tir-sriHBas- safes! . "-sriB sSPBsf 5? .57r?o3 p3i5 uX'Wvo w xcfc so stowl VW U The Appointment of Office. o reign ers ti r -'fV'-t '-S.-.? jSSa1 ik SSte&6.' -i v xfeaih, TjiYiLiyA Lancaster. From the Now Jcrcj Herald- Enow Piothiixg Recantation. Newton. X. J., Dec. S, 1S55. Mr. Editor : With jour permission I wish to make a few statements to the public, through the colums of your Journal, in an- 'swer to many questions piopounded to me by members of the American or Ivnow jSolbing Order. It is frequently asked me by many of them why I withdicw fiom that order; and to satisfy their cmiosity, and to save many questions. I will give my reasons publicly. First I am opposed to Kuow Xotbingism because I believe it to bo dangerous to oui liberties and the properity of the Uuion. I am fully satisfied that it is unconstitutional and in direct opposition to the welfare of our country. I am opposed to proscribing a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1856

9MttittfeHHtaeitt&g9ri v-,'-- , - MBHBMBHEMMBHMBggBBBWMwaBBWBaaaMaaMBMiMiBww8MaaawMBiiBplfl . -w3b. . 41 c -g& .j&m-; J cSssfit-jte" So B Houston Advertisements. PAI hT n 1SSS. JOHN DICKINSON & Co, nous TON, ARE now receiving from the North- -t ern maikct, their l Fafl and Winter STOCK OP MERCHANDIZE, to which thej respectfully invite the attention of the Planters and Merchants of the interior tlieir assortment comprises almost all arti- cles adapted to the wants of the country, viz Groceries; Hardware; Dry Goods; Clothing; Boots;3hoes; ITatc; Caps; Rnnnvt-; Wood- ware;Crockery;Glasware; Saddlery;lagjting;Rope; ' Wines; -and Liquors; Tobacco; and Plantation Goods, generally. Houston, Tcxis, October 13, 1S55. 6m To tlie Merchants and Planters of Texas, THE undersigned is now prepared to receive cotton and other produce, on storage, and hopes bv strict attention to give general satisfac- tion. TIIOS. S. LUBP.OCK, Lubbock's "Warehouse, ITouston, Texas. Jan. 23, lS35-18-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 19 January 1856

Sd)8olkbvzvtmxcnt5. ?.StS bisfltnte. IT'S located for the present year in the sub iJLttrbs of Galvesfon. Permanent location ritf he decided by public patronage and de- rmand. Discipline, military and rigorous; IStadies-Bimilar to those in the best Colleges, with more of tho scientific fgrcl practical. ;bnt under 32 years not received, unless urellgrown. s One term of two equal sessions, -ifrom Nov. 1 to Aur. 1. Yacation, three l months, covers the epidemic period. Tuition in Preparatory Department 40 Of), and in Uoliegiate Department, S60 00 per session. in advance. Board, washing, lichts and fil ial, $18 00 per month, in the Institute, under the care of superintendant. Dress, -mnifcrm. CALEB Gv PORSHET. Nov. 24lh IS 55. tf Superintendent. rariwi m Independence, Texas. V EY. Riiftis O. Burleson, a. m. Prnti. Lj denfand Professor of the Spanish and Ancient languages and Belle Letters. Rev. J. JB. Slitelcr, a. ., Prof, of Natu ral Sciences, and the German Language. Jllr. fcr. JL,. Mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1856

5 " "sfeste&3 , i i ni.'j-m ,Mi"'V:' ' J--" t,-,t ,-v-y rr""v.iiri .., ..'..,'. ..r ... j.i ,AAvmTv,.rsaiJaaas.a2j& ,:"WA."yajis,jajfcW!,,uiA:Rw;r.r TmjjiM "".. ---- gv L IJJiL.il .,, " "TIIE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER, o! LONG MAY IT -WAVE, 3Jf CS jL-a-fa-! aa-SS JL -g2j-S-9 QER aHE LAN1) of THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAYK." IEJRLOJEPIFS T I- i'JPOfcEEL 0 WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANXJAKY 26, 1856. WHOLE NO. 8" & ' Jh&s wmmt Paris Fashions. The folio-wing letter to the New York Journal of Commerce, dated Paris, Dec. 11$fsgiving the latest account of the Par- is fashions, being of interest to the la- dies, we have pleasure in copying it for their information: The Parisian celebrities among the artistes are exercising all their taste and engenuitr in preparation for the brilliant season which will commence with the New Year s reception at the -sIEulleries. In the dress department' 1 iwsntion some- new creations, honkonw or have heard. -Lands are mifpiLette, there ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1856

WJgfeU.'.-i'.L.l.- '.ILgHH .'ItS r-rv'..' -se eX...!.- BSfOS A. V VS Si.VVOJ f CSJEK T r ffi??v. a W mw&xm g) s oMo a0 nvp n 03 5Sk3S3i&83 i THE TEXAS RANGER. J. liAJN1 CASTER, Editor. UJosl)iitgtou, 52aB. SATURDAY, JAKUAEY 26, 1856. Capt. M. K. SifEti., Postmaster, Caldwell, is " S utorizd agent for this paper. Messrs BasseiE & Basseit, "Brenham, arc au- tLerized agents for-this paper. L J. Austin-, esq., PMladelpWa, is an author ized agenlf or this paper. To A-dvertisers. -The Texas Itancer of- rers ereafinducements to business men. Tvho ; -srifih to ayaH'themselves of the benefits of ad vertising. Beinjr the oldest Tjaner in Central ; Texas, anfl-havinc a circulation in everv county tin the State, asTrellasin every Southern State, yie proprietor natters himself that those- ivho cjisem his columns, will be most amply re munera . ifeJfe-jyW- JL..g $WetrustToTiTpatroiis will excuse I the serious typograpliical errors that appeared in the last issue of the Ranger, F also ...

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