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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 January 1856

ySTf?'"""" ' Till TllS&S SS&SS8E & &8SS gfl& - -..-.-. 7JCT o&OTmmii ski mm, " ! fmmmmmm I '":!. LiSi j ?S.g )! V Tjff J TIT 3 'PA'H 8s ! AND LONE ST All. mi ft W A V A i K S I ! SS - cicX-cA2cLXXofccA: JaR attA; V2 cAj J ds y It is the intention of the proprietor to mate Subscription for one yearU?3 &JrfaSsi "& - , - j : the Ranger, the SI 75; for three months. l'2o. SubWlBgfejL 1S y- ) jz , V? rrA rti ) -"-nX ( r- ?W? i r, .:i,.t : , -, Davinsr m advance, trill b ol.1riyfi4'Thte',, l ;.;- f KJ i'S ,VU V lS T'T Vl.S-' J r. l uw iuuiui .it..i iu uv .u.ii -f sj V f v-r ?v 5. ire vn i "- y. &' Houston Advertisements. -gy T ,T . - 1SSS. JOHN DICKINSON & Co3 RE now receiving from the North ern markets, their Fall and Winter STOCK OP MEROHAXDIZB, to which 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 Groceries; Hardware; ...

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 — 26 January 1856

La "H a.- - f ? v Nia.ui ...I i. - m ! i i i m i h - i i i 1 i --ti i ' i'i ' i ' ' i r -i - i i - -ir i n -in i i i i i tub i ana" 1 1 i rantiiinWBJB??'1 & i - Btljool Wcxtimuiii5. Gtt, 3?3:s&s It Institute. r! located for the present year in ilie snb urbs of Galveston. Permanent location to lie decidedby- public patronnge and de- mand. Discipline, military aud rigorous; Studies simller to jtioseJuxllie bcst-JoIteges, srith. moyefflie scientific and practical. Youth -under 12 years not received, unless wellgcoirnir One term of two equal sessions, from Uov. 1 io 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, lights and fu- el, $18 00 per month, in the Institute, under the care of superintendant. Dress, uniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, .Nor. 24th 1S55. tf Superintendent. WT&- V "" H"T a wior uiiiveM Independence, Texas EEV. JZufiis O. Burleson, a....

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1856

j ,'r- " " - " "the star-spaxgled banner, o! LOrvG MAI IT WAVE, 0EU THE LAJ.D OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. F JLs.JOjSlS-EIO- XSCXPSSasESfESOiElfi nmrriv WHOLE NO.' 3ff 5 iXli , I( 9 '-S I MlkdlElTMtl Tfae Winter of tlte Heart. A "beautiful writer counsels wisely Ivnen lie says: "live so that good angels 'may protect from thi terrible evil the winter of the heart. Let so chilling in- fluence freeze up the fountains of sym- pathy and happiness in its withered hopes, lite snow on the laded flowers; no rude blasts of discontent moan and shriek through its desolated chambers. Tour life-path may lead through trials, which for a time seemed utterly .to impede your progress, and shut out 'the very light of heaven from your an- ions gaze. Penury may talce the place of ease and plenty; your luxuri- ous room may be changed for an hum- ble one; the soft couch for a straw pal- let; the rich viands for the coarse food of the poor. Summer friends may for- sake you with scarcely a look o...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1856

"- ..; & rxwwe-T - y "'-v LJ '- ---u MiVliiTiiiH,i"'i,"'''Mrev:wi."r!-,iir jn'-t, .1' utwjwaaa' m SS ftF pm TEXAS RANGER. - y J.L,AXCASTER3 Editor. iOaBijingtmt, ma. SATURDAY, ffEBBIIBY 2, 1856. Democratic Ticket. ELECTORS FOR STATE AT LARGE. FRA3SKBOWDEN, W.It. SCURRY. i- DtS tric telec tors. A.J.HOOD2 A. J. HAMILTON. TOR COMPTROLLER, JAMES B.SHAW. FOR TREASURER, JAMES H. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORJVET GENERAL, JAMES WIKLIE. JBaM?!B!qWM,JW!.W!l Capt. M. K. Skeij., Postmaster, Caldirell, is a authorized agent for this paper. Messrs Bassett & Bassctt, Brenham, are au- thorized agents for this paper, A. J. AtisTipr, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ised agent for this paper. -To Advertisers. -The Texas Banrer of fers great inducements to business men, who Irish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- Tertising. 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 tho...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1856

wrf:-7""" "" tmI Tmmm mMMmm & Houston Advertisements. T? A T ,T 1855. "JOHN DICKINSON & Co3 - HOUSTON, ARE now receiving from the North- ern markets, their Fall and Winter STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE, to which they respectfully invite the attention of the Planters and Merchants of the interior r their assortment comprises almost all arti- "cles adapted to the wants of the country, viz Groceries; Hardware; Dry Goods; Clothing; Boots-si Shoes; HatE; Caps; Bonnets; Wood- ware;Crockery;Glasswarc; Saddlery;Bagging;Eope; Wines; and Liquors; - Tobacco; and p. Plantation Goods, generally. Houston, Texas, October 13, 1S55. 6m To the Merchants and Planters of Texas, THE undersigned is now prepared to receive yin(fin -mil nfhpr nrnflnne. on storage, and liopes "by strict attention to give general satisfac- tion. THOP. S. LUBBOCK, Lubbock's Warehouse, Houston, Texas. Jan. 23, 1855-18-ly. - " H. D. TATJLOR, Stoi age, Forwarding & Commission ERCHAXfT, Houston, Texas. -a spacious Warehoute fo...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 February 1856

.Sr ------ &,M& 3 $8td&&!& Mfdk,m-tmmMi SS -aafl-sa & s&&o - f - -.- "" . .i- " - IT - 0colTDrtts2ncnt0. -Tfl, s?ois located for the present year in the sub urbs of Galveston. Permanent location o be decided, by public pationage and de- cand. Discipline, Tnxlitarv and Tijroroos: Stadiesjsiniilar to those in the best Colleges, m XQore'oPlbo smnntifio and practical. Youth under 12 years not received, nnless rown,- One term of two equal.sessions, fcom Nov 1 to A. 1. Vacation, three months, covers the epidemic period. Tuition m Ifreparatory Department 40 00, and inj Collegiate Department, 60 00 per session?, advance. JBoard, washing, lights and fn- 3, SIS 00 per month, in the Institute. nnder the care of sunerintendanfc. Dress. imforrn., - 0ALEB' G---FOJRSHE Y, - Nov. J24tb 1855. tf Superintendent. Bajfe Uiiiyei'slly. - - Independence, Texas. -E&r-lK'tt" C. Burleson, a. m., Prcsi- oJ aent, and .frotessor of the Spanisb and Ancient Languages and Belle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1856

,V "THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, o'er THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE." J::- 5fS2lSiiS' v& x,--segF- - y-.j -. jr yoL. YDE NO. ,13, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1856 .isara j- ts- WHOLE MX. S b-"- wSkmm. Political Preacliing. There was a time when it was a satis--factioii for a man to attend church. It "was in the days when the pure and un- . adulterated religion of the Savior was preached. But now, when about one- half of the selfety led divines of the age prostitute their holy calling to the pro- pagation of the vilest heresy, it is poor satisfaction for a person to attend upon theservices of the sanctuary. The soul may pant for heavenly food but when it is so jnuch mixed with things of the -"world, the heart becomes faint and sick ens at the morsel. If a clergyman of this city-j.who belched forth the tirade ot slang and twaddle about the "exten- sion of Roman Catholicism upon the A- merican soil," from one of our pulpits last Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1856

"" "" MjIIB riajr v " ' r iY-jrv-i &. v-i a jq 7 - e5p3S2S j& is S?JiX & &59- & SWSk 45 y o llFo Jfo TEXAS -RAHGBR. IAKCASTBR, Editor. asl)itQt0it, Simts. ?SATUE2)AT, 3TEBRTJARY 16, 1856, Democratic Ticket. ELECTORS FOR STATE AT LiRGE. FKAreK BOW1XE1V, W. R. SCURRY. DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J.HAHHL.TON. .FOiZ COMPTROLLER, ' MASSES B, SHAW. .FOR TREASURER, BABIES H. RAY5IOKD. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, - NTAftUSS WJJLME. To Advertisers. The Texas Rancer of fers great indncemeijia to business men, -who sli to fflTall themsfeSs-of the benefits of ad- rtisng. Seing&rgola'cst paper in Central Texas, and haTiirgS?circulation in every county is tae state, ss Tjeluism every Southern State, he proprietor flatters lumself that those -who auvertisem ids columns, will be most amply re munerated- 22F Week after -weeljj ire continue sto receive the most cheering evidences tof the public approbation "bestowed up on the Bastger, in every section of the country -where it has yet foun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1856

T2???!? - feo ifo Houston Advertisements. F. A IT T , ISOSa JOHN DICKINSON & Cos HOUSTON, AREnowjeceiving from thelfarth . ern market", their Fall and Winter STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE, to which 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 Groceries; Hardware; Dry Goods; t31othing; 33oots;eSiiShoes; Hats; Gaps; Bonnets; Wood- ware;Grockery;Glassware; Saddlery;Bagging;Rope; -"Wines; and Liquors; . Tobacco; and Plantation Goods, generally Houston, Texas, October 13, 1S55. t 6m - ibe merchants and Planters of Texas, TIE -undersigned is now prepared to receive cotton nnd other produce, on storage, and hopes ! strict attention to give general satisfac- tion. THOS. S.LUBBOCK, Lubbock's Warehouse, Houston, Texas. Jan. 23, I855-18-ly. H. D. TAYLOR, -Storage, Forwarding & Commission ERCHJIjXT Hotjstos-, Texas: A spacious "Warehoute for Storing Cotton, Hides, Sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 February 1856

M -. -3a2sr aaacte -..."' Z$C - .i Scijool abBcrtismaUs. Texas Milit arrant losbtnte. JS locate1' for the present year in the sub f-nrlsof GakeMon. Permanpnt location to "lie decided by public patronage and de- mand, tpscjpline, military and rigorous- Sludtcs'sTniilar to tliose in the best Colleges! with mere of the scientific and practical. Youth, under 32 years not received, unless well grown. 0ne4enn of two equalscEsions, from Nov. 1 to i.ng. 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, tvaslling, lights and fu- el, $ IS 00 per month, in the Institute, under the care of supenntendant. Dress uniform. CALEB G. FORSHEY, JJbv. 24lh 1S55. tf Superintendent. Jtayior UMYei'slij, Independence, Texas. EGEY. Bufus C. Burleson, a. m., Prcsi-j-dent and Professor of the Spanish and .ancient; jjangnages and Uelle Letters. Bev. X B. Stiieler, a. ir., Prof, of Natu- Tsl Scienc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1856

w . -iS5' ' , . , , i ..I, i. ,.L . . ........ i i j .iniii-.-i-.iij. jh .' k'U-.1 .!..' . MJ'i.'i' J-i! L''SLL-'.'.yiM-i'-',JJ i w KMEggMMiiMBEaBBBBMMBWlMWggBWMM5g3BaBWMMMBMgiiwSC rtfa-THrnnTTTariiiTnr mm .jas.--....." . ,.,A...mjM...i........iww..iiaca - .a Caggsagr "THE STAB-SPANGLED BANKER, 01 LONG MAY IT WAVE, lirlOjbJJrXH3a?0i2a LNGj&.&E?35XEL 0ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE H031E OF THE BRAVE. K3 v-s m. vn no. 14 WASHINGTON, TEXAS, 'SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1856. ffl j iarriknert A.' aglit with the Know-jVotMnss : r Uncle Jalce's experience. Q?llir never -was abetter dimicrat than TTnclf Jake Rodgers on the yearth, al- lers attendin barbecues and speechify- ing xefery chance, and like the Parson, conlda reason for the faith that "was in. him he has allers been looked up to as a'sorof oracle in perliticaL. matters,, .and noes the hislory of the United State Bank, and its orful iniquities, the tariff and its oppressors, iBe distrr iDutioa of the publeck lands, and all t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1856

V tvjLX' L T? !Sa0o x - - ..,,.,- ., ,..-, - .,-,-... -; . . -r iw V4. fc w -r - --"iwe - " '""' ' m .wm - tww 4-m - KrMffOac-7i yxcytcs JT rrfl r T S? Ftt cypF fa ? R C??xl frtfKR 7T r Ww 3 - S?."1?! - Tiai XliJsAeS) Jtm s aay?-g)ajw. mm0 & U .XrASCASTER, Editor. iDaafjingtoitj t&zzaB. SATURDAY, EEBBTJABY 23, 1856. Democratic Tickets JBLECT0RS2gm-STTJ AT U1RGE. X'RAjSE: BO W. 11. SCURRY. JSISTRICELECTORS a. j. Hamilton: J-O.B CQJUgTROZCElC JAMESJSfilkw. F . FOR TREASURER AiJIESHiRAYMOim JF0RJ1TT0RJYET GEJYERjIL, JAMES WILIJDE. -ksiWVM.LU . U.JIH. Fo Advertisers. -The Texas Banger of- fers great inducements to business men, ttIio wish to axail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the oldest vaver in Central J.exss, andiaTinjr a circulation m evorv ennntv 1r the State3 as'wellasin every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those -who adrcrtiseia Ms columns, Trill be most amply re- munerated. Capfc. M.!K.-Swei.x., Postmaster, Caldwell, is jisaiaon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1856

' HHE W il PRTTV htlllf I urti i i in 1 f i T ii I m iis- " - - - ' ' '" '" " " -mj" - - -"" " " i i i i i i n . hi ii ii ii Til -" mil W i M'n ' ! . i. i. i n " 1A ' I'ttMUAiaMwnaMBi fc ri?fiff?c Sf ? ' OF TJIB )&shr I TTTrwrr "Sb--sts I FurnitureaBfl House fiiiBibluns 1 . A A 11 A U A J A5AA1f 24)"S 1 is r,Atoi,N)$y s f5 . ; x y v 1 w-sr sr -w v. -v v s- r?rr-. PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOB THE 3s l ' - ijl 7"sl2JLo.t333.9 Texas. g Sfe " I II 1:1-1 1 tUfiiiNDAR H S 5T w ! 3 1 -iH FOR WASHINGTON. gf M MUiMUfc e & n. s e - CaiCHated for Saturdays. g m j : ? ? to 55 : SUM P H : : : : : ; rises. sets. :-3g 5 1 2 3 4 5 57 minutes past 615 minutes past 5 f&f g 6 7 S 910 11 12 57 620 5 1 t.w.w 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 56 6 26 5 3 gS 5 20 2122 23 24 25 26 54 ". " 6 32 " 5 5? 27 28 29 30 31 v SR fc " 1 2 50 " 63SV " " 5 g '" - 345678 945 " 644 " 5 - ST,t - - " r- 10,11(2 13 14 15 lb - .oou " ?S . ". 17 18 19 20 2122 23 33 " ." 6 56 5 S gr February. o425 26 27 2S29 " ' -1 26 " "61 " . " 6 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 February 1856

-a?s is' tf3?$2$L -..ri, iSlaij .r ?yjujaMilW5gBaBe' jaaaf &-x ws,r .V - zj . vsfts aiggggaggssssssaaasatgi"- wmmlWMWMiM MUmWm "-- - .i" lyg iijMrTB-"T-r -"r".-"7-TjTTTffT'r"r?rF r "-'"I -J 'TV3fcaa'B:aCSgg5gZg?rT7S - " Ztr - fc y d" - ' r - " - - -l, g3aaigmafl0. 1 fftypgfmu? acteu Z'' ,- 13?rs - - ..M-B'V.c " - - r MHimTjjiititfltej '"X ocatec or ne present je ar urine eud -uros oi bralveston. ierm apenc location jo Be decided bv imbl'm -nntrri naee and de mand. DIscinlme. tnUnrv nnd Tio-nrnns. . Stndies similar to those in the best Colleges, with fciore of the scientific and practical. Youth -under 12 years not received, unless "alkn-awn. One term of two eanal sessions. from .Nov. 1 to Aug. 1. Yacation, 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, 1S 00 per month, in the Institute, under the care of superintendaufc. Dress, uniform. CALEB G. FOB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 March 1856

iTSfc. - gr. ,Q f N 3 fa. rsa N "fj miig & mmiKssatmts' r .sssbh; dmwM 'Wm "W SBKMSJSSa 3&j&cj&:&'2?35E rvoL;nBaii JjyellkiteDiig, "Snow te-.as an. JEenciny." ELnow me as jour enemy I Yes ! beJ terestedness, and what gives a charm by oan, a woman be lionest and fiank Tad if you really hatens, "be above Reception. Away with your Judas' fs ! Don't hold the confiding hand ""i 3urs a half an hour, telling us hew nilCTLvou iirp. infsrpsfprl in nnr -irolffiro --..--...,. w ......V, new Wonas Costverscrsr. Education being fairly apportioned, C.olpc orftlifittfir eonversers than men. They have quicker perceptions, less RP-otism. more sensibility, more disin- -0 -, tht itext friend von meef-. TrrnrrnfTVymr ' ' la-".', 3 orx faults. lauaTiinor st-our-Aveakness. aid telling our secrets, whiewe had j voinaea xo your care tniniong your boiom a pefect "Salamander safe," wh.ch even the iire of persecution "would fail to extract from xhence. Don't speak in those soft, tejider, l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 March 1856

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