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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 1 April 1853

-Ofe B i?& fcVF o u ' Notice. j TJ A TC a called roeetingt of "Washington Lodge -No. 18, on the 29th March, had for the DQfDOse of deliberating a co-operation -with our. 31thodist brethren, in the ceremony otaking ?J& .fte corner stonfRute Mchftonthe 29th tbliP -r Toai s onMliakocMa6naTQ6yi3iflie same be ied-tmimSrrVSSIotar. - April 1, 1853. T&2tf 40-5 40-5w. & JOHN JDHpIXSpN, HOUSTONEX suited to the market. Liberal a&vjfoices made on all consignments of produce to-him for saiejiere or xe- "flhipmeiit to any-other market - R r JSoustok April 1st, 1853. 6m-40 '-, , Arrival of 3TewSprini Goods. & SuEUxaer -ate.' e-2jf DEAI.ERS HAYE just received tlie inOst spIi15aiAassortaient .of the"bestiewestr and latest style of goods, compnag"-everyihiBeneeded for family and "plan to -ticn use, wiich they determine to sell at lowest pos- sible prices. Groceries and provisions of the best kinds always oniiand. Hides, Deerskins, and other country "produce taken in payment. ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 1 April 1853

fc?? bmi in t mmtmi ii i ii mwm wmmm a n i m rfi i i i i i in n m mw in . m ! i i . smMxi HS- R1 AiSve nc of munificent SSy' SKrfwpwr ctoSii9-4.- K. pXutAa30-& OSfe - -- -fe&i:i?J?&i .--4i-AS;:-: falraJfi, Luring SDlcwKd state- room accoramoda-. ;L8JSto S mS iwpt&ka. $S "u- ? t JP f dgPcaja8?S. rf:-v:SP: 4 P- ": Wf ' -feltoiSl vf CPAW.AM, - rCun-nc.of them will leave Galveston every FSt?; 'fefegRlTnV.--r J ' lfefe t:Si . rmffS S13? Ji.1 .few at coarse Jpnng jellmr nnd white W, SalHanw, w?ro lMSSlg::afc- J iHHWafeaSWiJ5aaj3 Anrfua .Acid, Musk, MiSftl-! n'esdcd-asL 1.0&H5SteSa T kU3-afix--.r; .fie?i-v ainrSIaJeira Wines for I JfMnnS&ifrdMt r-iJ" '--J IgtsSpt. r- -fiT Jaspfe-iattrE-l Glass cf " Antimonr, Frenvib Y-i&riT&?e.iaO?Sj!gt f- ir - -?" f 1 ilB&;"A":,Vi --'jTS-irf ?c -".Vr'vT-'1'-- ; ' OP"imdPrencK OjxnpJJoir4i.&ruiJp superiors: whicsxIWitK Sp. - ' - ---? ; .':?&- Z: '"&&&&: M BBWIE-1-g i -..aias o otsto or $tM&&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 April 1853

xS,je 5Facts -Rfchger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. Termk Subscription for one year, $3 for sis aonth,$l 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers aot paying in advance, -will be charged 5 at the end "of-the year. Payment vri thin two months from the 'mailing of the first number, -will be considered in Mvance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any "one sending us five cash paying subscribers, -will be furnished, a cipy gratis. . Advertising 'eigatlines, or less, for first insertion, $1; for eich insertion thereafter, 70c. To those ad- vertising by the year, a Very liberal deduction from tte"wYe ratteS trill be mad&; but they will be re quired to fconfinc their advertisements strictly to one branch of business: and any advertisement from a o:enrlyaidverJIser, nHt directly appertaining- to the business referred to in hife J early advertisements, wiU be charged extra. All communications, circulars, etc., designed for Hhe furtherence of individual interests, (if admissible atf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 April 1853

$?& X J? Mr Sf-V'' ' - I - - .. . . -... -$3 M It r X "N g-fs&e J '-& & f 1 " iSSiw -tfEMtLfk q&S H&l OSSiS" - . " .j Cr kb VffTPiWlMWEBHMBBj3BEMCjBrJ"''T''7lJi iiiiiim naw ea-n-Tii..i - - - .. - - - iiwii n vrv-- .jgrnrsuB EAua, aatc 5a" rr . . -r-v i JR r ftffiParfjfogton, gfeyto TUBSEAJ, APRIL 38,53. "Postmiaters will confer an inestimable favor tin the proprietor of the Hanger, by suiting hiin the names of those subscribers who took the Sanger at his-Post OEce, previous to the time of the burnine vf his establishment. -For Governor. && 4lre authorised to aunounee the Hon. E. MrPeasCjof Brazoria county, as a candidate for GoT5S5,&tlc "lection in August next. For Xdfjutenant Governor. uWe are authorized to announce the Hon. D. C DleksOD of Grimes county, as a candidate fox Lieut Governor. 3$ We are authorized to announce Dr. J. B Robertson, of "Washington county, as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor. ' For Congress. 3$S- W are authorised annou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 April 1853

iV 4. TVvcvRTiauer Headers.!. ?v If subscribers to journals, like chufccli mem- bers, in" "stopping their paper,1' were required & produce an editorial certificate before they cbuld subscribe for another, there would be some curious dcvlopments, as for example: "We certify that A. E. stopped bis paper because the editor refused to allow him sis columns for a brsoml vindication which concerns nobody but mef." "We certify that C- D. refuses the paper oceans? uie euuor aminos puuussii me uun- La?y notice of a relative, "which waSncver sent to liim but which he oumit to have detected in in some of his exchange papers." "We certify that E. F- wishes to transfer his patronage to another paper, because, having taken this paper fEix years without paying a cent, be felt himself insulted by having a bill sent to him by way of reminder postage unpaid." "Me certify that K,. B. in his opinion, is a poet of the first water; "but the editor, unfortunately differing from him in his opinion, is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 25 April 1853

2 '4 J eJPJSlli HILH 70LJFfcE. 0 HERETOFORE &mndl BUI Malt -and Female Institute. TlSHKTnstitution wasTe-opened the new or- &-. conization, on Monday, the ot uetober -' 'last, and Is now in full and sackful operation. The next Spring Session will commence on aion- - day thejth of March, 1858 jsotn aepartments oi me o- v .uc Cu- Trerjntendance of Prof. P.fBwraa late of Tran- gyjvania University, Kjr , . , . x . , JntheMal DeparimjA President Enter will be .ifl& -hir tT-ri meed rd competent assistants. This aeparjtment is conduced in the building formerly oc- I -piedhybotheexe?. " 4?z&Fh -Female D&jartment occupies a new and spa- cSas bunding, 6Weet by 24 in size, two stories high? jmicsopie two'.uujiureu.ysrus uisiance worn meior- me?one4. ., 'v This hronca of the College is under the immediate are of MMs Elizabeth Knox, of Pittsbnrg, Pa., a. graduate,! the celebrated Steubenvme x emale Se- minaryand a lady of thorough attainments and ex perience. 3Gss Knox wiU be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 May 1853

' " ' w,e ; Jt i . '. JY A IXnn A .rflTQ7,1 ' ' ".THE BTAn SPANGI-rD banner, o! M.vo may it way, PHOPMlETOSis- "" StjN HiA 111 J A- J- JLJOL , O'ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE J1RAVE. ' JJ4 "" gfW - ',' - -r- Volume - ' "'" WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TETOBSDAY, MAY 26, 1853. - ; " Number 46. 5 l)t 3fexo0 tlcmijet", ., - PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY IrriaarcAsTEB. TEitMsi Subscription for one year, $5; for six t,'fi,Q 1 7Sr fnrtkrec months, ;1 25. Suusciibers not pafTng In advance, will be charged 50 at uuuenu , tf the year. Hayraent within two months from the' """"OV "wl " . maili" of the first number, will be considered m France. Two copies one year &, m advance. Any one'fending us five cash paying subscribers, will be Tarnished a copy gratis. VAdvcrtisinr ciclifc lines, or less- for first insertion, l-'for eachinsertion thereafter, 50c. To those ad- ' - VDrtislnc by theyear, a"very liocrai ucuucuoii lruiu he aljovc Tate? will be made-; but they will be re- Squired to coiiSne thei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 May 1853

--"v-"ag3BF"3r p-- SBS3BskB' ,' I N-OsJ . -3 3 L3C 5- ,.? 3 f s-3F- Nl "r Jb, ,- 'J? &S ? SL " - . 3 fflp- - -3si - sssaws - piBKE- J "siSKgsSfsr jis ,381 - 'T. -a?t.. It A. II W&&? nsd fc- 'B" VViler S- mS&JMBC'-Z: 'Va? t p-"ffwere i: . r-aBiKi.i & ffiflBSt&-l Velnsi, imtA-- feftlfr ei"3fr J8raSSaFvT' uwlj.-ss- -vateKV&ffiaiBKaBbBf is i n i MirmnrTirMTr-iMn-nT-iiir-TTTT ..- t nm . . . .- . i n . , . . . . , a . IBlpCr THURSDAY, M&Y 19, IS53. FOIeOKGKESS, W.-JL SCTJBRY. ror Governor. J TVe &r& aulLorizeS to aunounec the Hon. ELJS Peasej of Brazoria cauntv, as a candidate for tpevcruor, at tic election in duinist next. ' Sp?" TVe are authorized to announce Lieut. Gov. Jalaies W SentJerssn. as n candidate for Governor -aiTi5e -ensuing August election. r For Lieutenant Governor. "i."R'e are authorized to announce the Hon. D. C, Ble&son of Grunas county, as a candidate for Lieut Governor. 3S2r 17c are autnonzeu to announce Dr. ' J. B. TLoaarts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 May 1853

V ; J 4r- LaiMimh'iW jgFere is a brickbat lately thrown by a po- iutE5n!OTin BintacEyrlW are informed iyittriTseVeral parts ot tips Concessional Dis-inpCplon-elSani.Pike, of tlife Flag', and form- erlv?ofithis,eityxhas.bcen: -favorably spoken of for Congress. Pike's qualification and Datriot-, fern are uiglily cfrminended in someplaces. Our personal icgard for bim is extensive; as to bis. iiegisiauyeTjua.uui:aiions we Jinow- notnmg put for his patriotism, when 'we last "saw bim, 'be rH5!Tioribrtb,Tiosoutb, no east, no west! We iJjindljr extended bim our arm and led bim up an allqy." . - , ." Jr Ob, myear," said Mrs. Dogberry to her jfdaugbler, vqn shouldn't hold your dress so ! -.very high jn crossing the street." "Then, ma," 1 l replied the"' young girl, "how shall I ever show tbo beauty of uiy flounced-pantalets, that T have almost rumea my eve-sisoi; to manufacture. 1'mur.e 1 don t care if the beaux do Jook at me."" "The old lady spoke of the ".sin of vani ty and1he beauty of dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 26 May 1853

" ' -HnKKiKS? fe HHBsp 9t rwfBk C & jSQ- '-. XI & SSffir- V -,i- "-, r ?. r. 0sf-t 1? M PHBMHHH3ufj 5 jB?5flBKiMBKgrT;oODS & Taylor, Houston, are now iheir Spring Stock, consisting of Groceries, Hardware, -boots ana Us. Saadlerrv "Bsz&nz and Bone, Black smith's Tools, Plantation Goods of all kinds, a large and complete stock of all kinds of Leather for Saddlers and Shoemaker? nseTrimmings, Alt ofwhich they oer to their customers on accommodating terms." - ' . . "Highest cash prices paid for Cotton, Wool, Hides', Pecans, &c. See. Yf. JVANiJLLSTTKE - E. W. TAYLOR. Houston loth March, 1853. 3ra Austin & Bertram!, , WasTdngton, Texas, "AVE in J3 tore aa assortment of , Stoae and Wooden Ware, .iBagging, Rope, and Twine, J3rushed Sugar, .Brown and Loaf Sugar, Havana and Rio Coffee, -TJour. and Rice, :3Srieur Fruit. ' - Candles, JPearl Starch, Bfown and Castile Soap, Paint Oil and Lamp Oil, - " J f jL -Swedes and Iron, Jilistereu aieci, Castings, Brandy, Faults, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 June 1853

.t 'f Volume 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1853. K Number 47 v ' J. LANCASTER, . ;tkSo;w. ' - PROPRIETOR. L 1 - t a Otfje 8fora0 Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. - Tesms: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six months,$l 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers fnot paying in advance, will be charged $-5 at the end of lie year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be considered in dvance. Two copies one year $5", in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. Advertising eight lines, or less, for first insertion, $1; for each insertion thereafter, 50c. To those ad- vertising by the year, a very liberal deduction from the above rates will be made ; but they will be re- quired to confine their advertisementsstrictly to one branch of business : and any advertisement from a yearly advertiser, not directly appertaining to the business referred to in his yearly advertisements, will be charged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 June 1853

:? s i -sir H& - C?oLio qj lfc-jM3di yP- ,. --lP W)F lP3g35SaS3Pg3 r4iJ-itiLW5Si JgTCiagS Afcsaafe tv i q t? A-vrfRT? N k- &$mn MtoCASTER, Eaftor. tPasljiugtcn, cO0. $ t THURSDAYJ JUNE 2, 1S53. FOR CONGRESS, VX, K. "SCTJKRY. For Governor. 3""TVe arc authorized to aunounce the Hon. E. 31. PeasCj of Brazoria county, as a candidate for Governer, at the election in August nest. Jt2g "We are authorized to announce Licnf Gov. James W Henderson, as a candidate for Governor at the ensuing August election. For Lieutenant Governor. "Js-TTc are authoi-izcd to announce the Hon. D. C. ,Dick?on of Grimes county, as a candidate for Lieut. Governor. 3'"Weare authorized to .announce Dr. J. B. Robertson, of "Washington county, as a candidate . for Lieutenant Governor. For Congress. "ig-u "Wc are authorized to announed Col. Thomas W. IJIafce, of Leon county, .as a candidate for the U. S. Congress in the "Western Congressional district, fct the election in August nest. i i?ST" "Wetarc authorize...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 June 1853

r -V , : ''SSfe.leara thatiklr K.P.Kidder, of Pro -violence, JB. I., has arrived in town, with the largest assortment of Jewelry, Fancy Articles, Stationary, See, ever offered in this market, which he' proposes to sell on very reasonahle terms, for cash, or approved paper. This is a good chance for our merchants, to avail them- selves of the opportunity, as ibey will save "both time and trouble in sending to the Northern .Markets for the same. i Banlts in New Yorlt. There are now fifty-two banks in actual oper- ation in this city. Three additional ones are now in process of organization, viz : The bank of Commonwealth, to be located in "Wall street ; the Alarlne Bank, to be located in Wall street, No. 90 j a second instalment of forty per cent, of the stock of this bank will be payable on the 20th instt The third will be styled The Orien- tal Bank','to be -located at the corner of Grand st. and, East Broadway. Mr. J. M. Price will be President of the latter Bank v Unfortunate Diffic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 June 1853

C NEW GOODS. ITAKAtSTjrNE & Taylor, Houston, arc now -, . .. - o.i. nAnc'ct'n.T opening their spring ow, T" " Trv lnnrtc frftVneS. HaraR'are, -DOOlS anu Shses, Saddlery, Bagging and Hope, Black- smith's Tools, Plantation Goodsof all lands, a large and complete stock of all kinds of Leather for Saddlers and Shoemakers use, Trimmings, -.. J r, --., -r ... J "R, Sc. AIl of rrhich ihej offer to their customers on accommodating terms. Highest cash prices paid for Cotton, "Wool, Hides, Pecans, &c. &e. W. A. VAX ALSTTKE. E. V. TATLOR. Houston loth March, 1853. 3m Austin & Bertrand, j-r'tshingtoriy Texas TOfAVE in Store an assortment of Stone and Wooden Ware, .Bagging, Hope, and Twine, Crushed Sugar, Brown and Loaf Sugar, Havana and Rio Coflce, Flour and Rice, " v Dried Fruit. Candles, Pearl Starch, ' Brown and Castile Soap, i. Paint Oil and Lamp Oil, Sack Salt, Swedes and Iron, Blistered Steel, Castings, Brandy, Fauits, and Preserves, Tobacco and Cigars. - Chaiapaigne. Madc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 June 1853

.4. J. LANCASTER. "THE STAR SPAXGLrTiiN'N Ell, Ol LONG MAY IT "WAVE, O'ER THE LAM) C TH XEE. AJfD THE HOME OF THE BRAVE.' ' .Tf Volume 4. WASHINGTON, TEX '"HFRSDAY, JUNE 9, 1853. Number" 48. A " . l " " ' 4 - 4 &l)z &cxas Banger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY B .J. LANCASTER. "' Terms: Subscription for one year, $3;" for six , -5$jmmtas,$l 75; for three months, 1 25. Subscribers "Snot paying in advance, will be charged 5 at the tnd "" v:of the -year. Payment within two months from the mailiag of the first number, will be considered in 4 dTance. "Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be 'furnished a copy gratis. " " Advertising eight lines, or less, for first insertion, Sl;-for each insertion thereafter, 50c. To those ad- vertising by the year, a very liberal deduction from "the Above rates will be made; but they will be re- quired to confine their advertisements strictly to one f branch of business : and any advertisement from a yearly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 June 1853

i THE TEXAS BAKGER. ! a battle between the National Guards and the J. iAJSCASTERa Editor. iDasfyingtott, Starcts. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1S53. , of the """hies, are dissatisfied with the nomina ington respond to the call of the central com- nor o lion. George W. Smyth for Congress, mit.tP? Kip. certain r wis, he lias too mucn """!'" " -"-"-" s "lay mc i yier convention. Jjet mem giowi patriotism too much pride not to prove recreant tl-1- ua-- to her first born principles. Recollect, that, -iiii. i from'"Washington went forth that declaration of furnished FOR CONGRESS, W. R. SCUKRY. For Governor: jZSyfc are authorized to aunounce tho Hon. ; S. H Pcasej of Brazoria county, as a candidate for , Governor, at the election in August next. gSt- "We are authorized to announce Lieut. Govt James W. Henderson, as a candidate for Governor at the ensuing August election. For Iiientenant Governor. "5j,"We are authorized to announce the Hon. D. C. Dickson of Grimes county, as a candidate for Lieut. Gov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 June 1853

v K. IS :?- j V 4r H Chappell Hill. June, 8th 1853. JsUIr.' J. Lancaster. I notice in your last tissue a call for the use of ray name as a can- . didate.to represent Jins county jn the Sena- tgrial "branch ofour next Legislature, and in responding thereto I have only to say that "s'f.'iar.ealso been requested to allow my name to be used as a candidate for a seat in the lower branch of theState Legislature. Andjn- ? deed,I"hnow notat present whether the great- er number of my friends wish me to become ! a candidate for the representative or senato- ",rial branch. I am, -however in the hands of my friends "they can use" my name as they like, and I will cheerfully abide their decision in regard to -the w-hole inatter. ''- JL J. SWEARINGEN. - ' - -V-i Wtjt t&cxas Hanger, PUBLISHED TVEE5LY BY 3ts4a -. LANCASTER. ;?' TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six months, $1 75; .for three months,.$l 23. Subscribers not "Spaying in advance, .will be charged $5 at the end !of tire year....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 9 June 1853

y MEW GOODS. "ITjCn Alstyke & Tatlok, Houston, are now r opening their Spring Stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Bagging and Hope, Black- smith's Tools, Plantation "Goods of all kinds, a large and complete stock of all kinds .of Leather for Saddlers and Shoemakers usej Trimmings, &c. " All of which they offer to their customers on accommodating terms. Highest cash prices jjalcl for Cotton, "Wcol, Hides, Pecans, &c. &c. W. A. TAN aLSTOTE. E. "W TAYLOR. Houston 15th March, 1S53. 3m Austin & Bertraml 5 - Washington, Texas, AVE in Store an assortment of Stone and Wooden Ware, -- Bagging, Rope, and Twine, - Crashed Sugar, Brown and Loaf Sugar," Havana and Rio Conic, .Flour and"Rico, - - - Dried Fruit. Candles, Pearl Starch Brown and Castiio Sonp, " Paint Oil and Lamp Oil, - . Sack Salt. Swedes and Iron, " - Blistered Steel, Castings, Brandy, Faults, and Preserves, -'"" Tobacco and Cigars, Champaigne. Maderia and Mnlag Wines,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1853

a ' IT "THE STAIl SPANGLED JJANNXIl, o! LOIJG 3tAY IT WAVE, O'EB THE LAAD OF THE FREE, AND THE H03IE OF THE BIIAVE. PROPRIETOR ,r- Yblume 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1853. Number 49. p- Comtmmicattoiuu v Correspondence of the Hanger. Court xsreefe in Goliad Interesting , z, Trials Indisposition of the District "Judge Three Mexicans Murdered The? Murderers Their 'Procaine ' ate, &c. &c GottAD, Tuesday, May 24th, 1853. V Friend Lancaster Yesterday Counsellor's Carnival or Court week commenced with us, lierenn Goliad county. There were no less than -fourcases of murder, and half a dozen of at- tempts to kill. For the character of our peace- fai-lind pious county, however; I must state, that all four of the alledged homicides werp per- petrated Jn adjoining counties, and found their ,places on our criminal record through change of ivenue. But little legal business was transacted i yesterday, from the absence of jurors, some , twelve of whom were called, and being fq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1853

gf- k J& rf- " ! 5. ?K ' 4 -3FKSB3 & TtV F tl i TIB-TEXAS EANGEE. "as-ss tFX-ANCASTERa Editor. - Htoa0fjwgt0jy &ttB 3EHUBSDAY, JUNE 16 ,18g3. 1TOR CONGRESS, - W, R. SCURRY. . - T - - s. $ jl op jtjrovernqrrt s .v5?" "W"fe are jratnojced. to ,aununee the Hon. Ex-3 Pease) of Brazoria county, as a candidate for Ove"rner,tafctIie election in Angust next. Jfer "We arefauthoriicd to announce Llent. Gov. James W. Hcaderson, as a candidate for Governor nt the ensuing August election. .TjjTe arc, authorized to announce Col. 31. T . JehasQB', Eia candidate for Governor, at the elec- tion ia Augusts d - & - Eor Lieutenant governor, "H5We are authorized to-announce theHon. D. C. Dlcfeson of Grimes county, as a candidatq.for Lieut. Governor." " 3? "We are authorized to announce Dr. J. B. Robertson, of "Washington county, as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor. "l For Congress. f '5!S- TTe are'authorizcdt'to anribnried CoK Thomas W?-Blafee, of Leon county, as a candidate for the I...

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