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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1853

New Advertisements. Quinine. OUNCES QUININE, just received, anfl for s.ilo hv the subscriber. The community may feel assured of always finding quinine on hand at this establishment. - : ' B. M.-HATF1ELD June 13th, ,1S53. St-49 JUST RECEIVED, a Large and Fresh Supply of Drv Goods, Groceries, and Provisions. " - JOHN F. EWING. June IQthjlSoS. 49-tf . Sale at Auction. riTHE undersigned Trill sell the whole of his 1 Stock of Dry Goods, &c, at Public Auc- tion in the town of Independence, on the 1st day of July, next', -without reserve. - Terms of Sale On a credit of six months, with approved security. , JOHN THOMPSON. Independence, June 14, 1852. 3t-49 Dr. J. J. Wyatt, R ESrECTFULLY tenders his professional ' services to the citizens of Washington and vicinity." "Room in the Washington Hotel. June 16, 1853, ' 50-tf. Wasiiinston Female Seminar. THE next term of this Institu- gfatHZ tion will commence en Monday. ji$& June 27th, under the immediate su- 3S3HEy perintendence of Rev. ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1853

Sv i A M -"" JJEW GOODS. - flrff- A r mr & Tatlor, Houston, are now ' opening fbeir Spring Stock, consisting of IhT Goods, ttrocerw,--- Sfeoes, .Saddlery, Bagging and Hope, Black- smitb3 Took, Plantation Goods of all kinds, a Targe and complete stock of all kinds of Leather forrt5addlers and Shoemakers use, Trimmings, &c. All of which .they offer to their customers on accommodating terms. Bfanest caEh prices paid for Cotton, "Wool, Hides, Tecans, &c. &c. VT. A. VAN ALSTYKE. E. W. TAYLOR. Houston 15th March, 1S53. 3m Austin & Bertraml, Washington, Texas, AVE in Store aa assortment of Stone and "Wooden "Ware, Sagging, Hope, and Twine, , Crushed Sugar, Brown and Loaf Sugar, , Havana and Rio Coffee, Flour and Rice, X Dried Fruit. I Candles, .t. Pearl Starch, i, Brown and Castile Soap, ' 1 Taint Oil and Lamp Oil, Sack Salt. Swedes and Iron, Blistered Steel, Castings, Brandy, Fauits, and Preserves, Tobacco and Cigars, ; Champaigne. Maderia and Malag "Wines, French Bran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1853

(" '-JgHfH. F- ' - ear' WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1853. NuiiibeisSD. imne TC k-J" lj - r i . -i ' J?" ' '' i i ! i w.. ... y- , ,. ,. , p . , , ! 111 n- ..- ! - , iMii,imm,M! wiwwt WT- JT A "&Jf"1 ,A Qll " ' "THE ST W PAi!lED BiWHl, o! IOSG HAY IT WAVE, , ID E3 C&'fipfr'O f "S7!1" O jLAj$Lm Qj i&5 JLjLlJJU&Ck O'ER THE L.VSD Oi THE FHEE. AKD TH2 SOSIE OF THE BEAVE." -" -J? - -HJ'L.fijJ JL 4J?JUJ: -.-- ' ' , ' . r 6r Doctrt). "SYai for 2ie Wagon. 'Will yea come with nio, dear BhiUis, To yon green inoutain tree? JfWbere blossoms inielljhe sweetest, 1 "t2ome rove along with me. j&'S'etfery Sunday morning, s- Sie"i' am " our se' ,W will jump into the wagon, 3,: , And all take a lide. -. 5- v J-Where the moon shines like silver, uind the nightingale sings sweet, - 1 have ti cabin, Phillis, "JAnd something good to eat. fJonie listen "to my story, . -- "T--' And' it will fcleivd your heart, H .iinaweui jump into uie wuguu, ,AndofiEwe will start. st .-. B-35o....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1853

h: t - ft- i - girfim 1 1 i iRaerf" - '-'"'vregaUgg THE TEXAS EAUGER. J. LANCASTER; Editor. .-iDastjinston, &txas. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 3 853. iron CONGRESS, W. K. SCURRY. ftlv- - Tor Governor. j"S"r"We are authorized to announec the Hon. E. 31. Pease, of Brazoria county, as a candidate for GoTernbrj at the election in August next. r "We are authorized to announce Licutt Gox, Jaraes "IF. Henderson, as a candidate for Governor &t the ensuing Augubt" election. 5s.lVcare auihorized to announce Col. 31. T. "Johnson, as a candidate for Governor, at the elec- tion in August. .. .For Xiieuteuaut Governor. "gjWe-nrc authorized to announce the Hon. B. C. Dickson of Grimes county, as a candidate for Lieut. Governor. Jr' um imiUULUtu bu UiluuuULt; XJl. . 1. m& "TT .-wft n.ifl.?nl r nnimnnAA Tit. T t Robertson, of "Washington county, as a candidate Tor Lieutenant Governor. ' For Congress, 5S "We urc authorized to announed Col. Thomas , W.3tJIakej of Leon county, as a candidate for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1853

jHPwuf&r g&Lissss3sa3femu,gffija - - -'" S SS i?3j2!S: Jt i - The "Weather and Crops. - The gloom which a few days since sat upon 'the countenances of our fanners, has passed a- Tray, and has given place to smiles of joy and thankfulness. The drought which has prevail- ed; with great serverity since .the fiist of May, threatening destruction to the hopes of the hus- bandman, has Been arrested by the partial show- ers which have fallen within several days past, and by a general and growing rain on Wednes- day last Austin Gazette, June IStk. The past week' we have had in this vicinity frequent and copious showers of rain, which were thankfully received by all, and particularly the planters. " The continued drought up to this time led. to many fears that the crops would be very short, particularly the corn. Ham was all they needed, however, and no doubt full crops will now be 3I made. Bastrop, Advertiser June ISth. "Wc learn from from a friend, who is just from the lower Trinit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1853

-mm laJ.lJ..--S5BSEa Se ISC !- " !K"-"C If":, -?--- - V : St ? fc Hcia0 Hanger, : POLISHED WEEKLY BY ' :; J. LANCASTER., "- . TERMS: i -'Subscription for one year, $3 ; for sis months, SI 75- for three months, 1 25. Subscribers not paying in advance, Kill be charged 5 at the end of. the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi--derod in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. fNo subscription token for a less time than one ytjar, unless a special understanding is made -with . tfiVTrablisher. All dues to tins office may be remitted per mail In good and available Sank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the $csta.;e of ail letters.being paid - by the tenters. The'postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is ' 'thoaccumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon sEditQW. - :ao: Terms of Ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 July 1853

W TEXAS BAN&ER. Ai jj. LANCASTER,, Editor. --ge 3HUESDAY3 JULY 7, 1S53. For Governor. 3, "We are authorized to announce cn. Geo. T. WoedJ as a candidate for Governor at the ensuing August election. ?- Yfeare authorized to announce Colt John !? Dancy, as a candidate for Governor, at the ensuing August electionj E3,T7evare authorized io aunounee the Hon. E. Mtieascs of Brazoria county, s a candidate for Governor, at the election in August next. jiWe are authorized to announce Tieuti jGot. Jafiscs W. Henderson, as a"canaidafe for Governor at the ensuing August .election. ISjTTe are authorized to announce Col. Hi T. vehason, as a candidate for Governor, afthe elec- tion in August. tj , AJTorIieuteiMmE Governor. iWe are auiJjorired,toatfnounce the Hon. D. C. Dickson orGrimescounty, as a candidate for Lieut. Governor. 33 '"We are authorized to announce Dr. J. B. Robertson, of "Washington, county, as a candidate ibriieutenant Governor. Ear, Congress. . TV e are authorized to announed C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 July 1853

f 4, V ' tTmvmmtmwmmmiTMaKiaBKfmmmKrBFMmrwminm?iKiFir-&r?-mTr-'ii" i $0it JStxas Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six months, $1 75; for three months, 1 25. Subscribers not paying in advance, will be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment -within two months from jthe mailing of the SrsV number, will be consi- "deredin advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. 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 understanding is made with the publisher- All dues to this office may be 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 of a single letter is scarcely of "any account to the writer. It is the accumulation-of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon Editors .. v Terms of Advertising : 9ne d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1853

: JV IiAHCASTER "THE "T VR ".PAXCLED B VXNFIt, O1 1.0 XR MAI IT WAVE, O'ER THE LA?D OF HIE IRE!., AM) THE HOME OF THE lHlAVE.' I Volume 4'. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1853. Number 52. PROPRIETOR. 7 Ipaetrg. Sw following exquisite lines -were, written by I venerable and most escellentlady to ber lws- f. uidy one every way worthy of the lore so truth- Ily and so.bcautifully expressed. Our rcad- u u."will, we m are sure, feel with us that if the elJstmg,touclo3f time has dimmed tlic outward 53ffiamentthas not tarnished the freshness or jj?fninisHe7ltt&varintIi of tlie heart within, but ?u$ left icoung and genial as in the morning 7 me ot-life. ' It is proper to add that the lines re written with no intention or expectation of jblication. Xouisvillc Journal. ' Tlie Talisman. Tbo' all bath changed since first we met, JLove's g$den Agios have rolled along; His Talisman is wita us yet, If not so bright, ;ct still as strong. Tho' time hath changed life's varied hue h And stnp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1853

cstnurn.j.je!rziaum!, , , i , ,j --SifcV..Afr. iaaraw auaKai--,'-'-'"i'"-'rr MXAS BAK6EB. ST. I.AWCASTSK3 Editor. iDasijingtott, &txas. THURSDAY?. JULY! 14, 1853. FOR CONGRESS, . W. H. SCUKRY. " j For Gorernor. "c&. 6 are authorized to announce the Hon. William B. Ochtltreej of Nacogdoches, as the whig candidate for Governor of Texas at the ensuing Au- gust election. j,"Wc are authorized to announce Cent Geo. T, -Wood, as a, candidate for Governor at the ensuing August election. 33" TVe are authorized to announce o!. John W Bancy, as a candidate for Governor, at the ensuing August election. gFWe are authorized to- aunounee the Hon. E. 21 Pease of Brazoria county, as a candidate for Governor, at the election in August next. SS" We are authorized to announce Llcnf. ov. James W. Henderson, as a candidate for Governor i tne ensuing .august election. gj-'VYe are authorized to announce Col. 35. T. Johnson, as a candidate for Governor, at the elec- tion inAusnist. - For lieutenant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1853

y fi-j- - Died. -4he4thinst.,bytheaccidental discharge ofagun, Albert Yergek Upshaw, son of Col. A-M. M. Upshaw, of Washington county, 0?exas aged 17 years, S months and 22 days. "While we deplore his untimely end, it, is a source of the highest consolation that he was not Hten away unprepared Dedicated to God ,m Baptism, in iis childhood he lad received from pious mother that religious training which had pained for Trim the esteem and admiration of all ho knew him. Courteous and affable in his manners-dignified and manly in his : deportment, andsoMndad affectionate among his relatives anS friends, that it were impossible to know him and not love him, and yet in .the midst of all this loveliness of character-in nil the bloom and freshness of youthful promise and ardent aspirations forTuture usefulness, be has been rTudelv torn from our embrace in a single day. Ho true it is, that "In the midst of life, we are in death." 3renliam Washington county, lexas, July 6th, 1353. DIED At'her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1853

m- $& -? "-? BS!SSSS&Kyi:-JWJ-XWJ4J3Sa )t &zxa$ Banger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. LAITCASTEE. TERMS: "Subscription for one year, $3; for sis months, $1 75: for three month?, $1 25. Subscribers not paying in advance, ivill be charged 5 at the end " of the year. Payment within two months from themailiH"-of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. Xo subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a .special understanding is made with the publisher. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in.good and "available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid bythe tcrjtcrs The postage of a single letter is.-scarcely of any account to the "writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon Editors.' .. J J Terms of Advertising : ; ne'doljar per squar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 July 1853

. t - - -n v For Governor. We arc authorized to announce Gen. Geo "TiWOGd as a candidate for Governor at the en suing August election. jt" We are authorized to announce Col. John M.Uianejj as a canmaawj ior uovernor, at iub ensuing August election. Jag TTe are authorized to announce the Hon. JBzJ& Peasej of Brazoria county, as a candidate for Governor, at the election in August next. jk TVe are authorized to announce Lieut. jQov-James If. Henderson, as a candidate for Governor at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce the Hon. William B. OchiltrcCj as candidate for Governor of Texas at the ensuing August election. 5, We are authorized to announce Col. HI, T. Jelinson, asa candidate for Governor, at the election in-August. SPor Lieutenant Governor. We are authorized to announce ihe Hon. D. . Dickson of Grimes county, as a candidate for Lieut. Governor. - f;We arc authorized to announce Dr. J. B Eobcrfsnn, of Washington county, as a candi- date for Lieutenant G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 July 1853

x 'ZZZ' SL ' WMf - y r3atef '." " i. J. XrAIVCASTEIls Editor. - SATOBDAY, JULY 23, 1853. The People's Ticket, :m PEA 11, R, SCURR of the two. This proposition came from ESBF' Capt. G. K. Lewis addressed the Gen. "Wood, and never received any sanction ;; nf k; -nUn nn Tncsdav niebt. His T Wrt AlliMu L. T . i A T ? J J I Tixemsstances Alter Cases Demo- crats Ualiyliiff to tlie Support of Pease CoL Jbnssen's Position. est week pnblished the proceedings of: meeting ield at this place, for ihe purpose of commending a man on which the democra- ? could rally for the office of Governor. t that time Tve considered we had strong oof that Col. Wood was the man. Letters re written by him to the citizens bf this j -.ace, stating that Ochiltree, (the forlorn hope z' the Whigs) had entered the field, in con- c:quenceof wbich CoL Johnson had with--awn his name from the canvass in favor of r .1. Wood. This together with the Nacog- ches Chronicle and other democratic pa- rs in the east, hoisting Wood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 July 1853

fcrtliftir;H--Wrti-' "- ',1 .rp-ry-v:: -SaCS ca?vSyoft & VSoSJTlATs aa&w vv-ftiffigBreirygwijaa ml 5i4t iciitlll fteftfftp fn OS?!! . . . . . rf! ft dipc From the "Washington. Union. Tbe Democratic Party of the IS ation jfn Convention assembled Tlieir Eiatforni and ilieir Instructions. A'mon0, the most distinguished members of thetNational Democratic Convention which assembled at Baltimore, in June of 1852, wnsfthe Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, of New Tort. He was so conspicuous for his na- tionality, that his name was frequently and iavorably mentioned in connection with the Presidency. "When Virginia proposed voting forfiim, he declined in a speech of memora- ble eloquence, and invoked the whole party to"compromise and concession." Two das afterthe Convention adjourned, in a letter to thelpemocrats of New York city, who hadin- vitei him to their proposed Ratification .Meet ing, Called as the grand initiatory celebration of-tbeir own impregnable union upon the ba- sis vi the Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 July 1853

S4biSl!dZ4biymizz . - - - - wp-- . 2L caroing to - act of Congicss, m tho year by J.S. Houghton, 21. D., in the Clerk a rf the District Court for the EesternDistnct rnsylvanla- THER SCIENTIFIC WOXDER, Da. J- S- HOUGHTOK'S i -!' -""" j-1 " -&" if C?"jRJB FO& DYSPEPSIA. . TRITE DIGESTIVE "FLUID; -2?, GASTRIC JUICE, P 1 1, ED fromrannet, or the fourth stomach of . stpsr directions of Baron -Liebig, the iLysioligiesi joaemist, by J. S. Houghton, JI 1 Mpfcv r - " jTrt? -ttic true-meaning of the "word It is. -'8r?jSief element, or gieat digesting Wot tise grtr?cMnMse, the solvent of the food. if jg, preserving, and stimulating agent of mach and. intestines Jt is extracted from the vc stomach -of the ox. thus iorming a true di- fluid, precisely like the natural gastric jusce chemieal powers, and furnishing a complete rftct substitute for it. is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy h- Kb art of roan can equal its curative pow t contains no alcohol, bitters, acids, or nause- igs. Ii ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 August 1853

J trefa-ararrrBBsg.'ASJvyi -'i'&Ja,3&,yJ?&zzttX'xz -rlWAlkWJl'yCT-WAU . W 3 2&UVJ&i&lJ!aZ!fWMrt- 4 - - &$$ ap& iici-mgf f mm mm f ny 11 on Xtfstscript. eistop .therpress to insert the' following adwnal returns. Prom the lights before us thejelection has resulted in favor of Pease for Governor Dic&son Lieut. 6overnor3 and BelUfoVGongress. 'IxAXVESTON bounty tor uovcrnor Pease, 299; Wood S7- Ochiltree, 1124; Chaui- "Bieut; Governor Diclison, SGI, Robert- sonfJ7frJ07. pUj'ressScurrv, 245: Bell, 103: JSlake, 45t2ewis, 30; Caruthers, 94. Bekw is the vote of Brazoria county, so farieard from: GovERNOR-rPcaso, 230; Ochiltree. 39; Chambers, 2; WooJ,"2 Henderson, 3. ForL't. Governor Dickson, 1S6; Kirby, ljSoberson,17. "oR. Congress Bell, SS; Scurry. 55; Ca- tulrs, 49j Blake, 35; Lewis, 52. 4Ebe following are the returns from Bexar county, as far as received, viz : Congress Lewis. 706; Bell, 64S; Caruih'- ersy 53; Scurry, 16; Blake 1.-"' , GovERNOR-i-Pease,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 6 August 1853

-J I' . J I '..'JJWX a-ih WWWmi-IT " 8JAftftft,&& 0921 fo iiPASwiy . .Entertd according to aet of Congi ess, in the year IRal, by J. iklipughfom. Ai. D., :a tlie uiciKs cBciiofrt!e District Conrt for the Eestern District of Pennsylvania. AX GT&U2R SCIENTIFIC lYONBEI Sr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S CHEAT CORE EOR DYSPEPSIA THE TRTJ3 DIGESTIVE FLUID; OR, GASTILIC J&ICE. hSH"EPA11ED from rennet, or the fourth Btoronch of y the- os, after directions cf Baron Liebig, the great physiological chemist, ly J. S. Houghton, 51 D , Phil- dclphia. Pa. "IdiscsU"' such is the troe meaning of the word rcrsin. It is tie chief dement, or great digesting jvincijilc of the gattrlc juice; the solventof the food, the purifying, preserving, and stimulating agent of tne stomacn anu intestines ms csiraui tu iruui me digestive stomach of the ox, thns forming a true di- gestive Cnid, precisely like the natural ga3tric juice in its chemical powers, and furnishing a complete and ; '.rfec 1 suhsti tnte for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 August 1853

4 . . . . .. . . st ""W . Tiie Founding of Ronie. C5niTn mnro tliin cptpti minnrpri upn-ra UUiUCUlUig iuuiv .... w-. -.. j ..j before the birth of our bavior, was iounded the city of Some, which in the course of time became the ruling city of the known world. Thfr, cause of the settlements said to be this: J2nsr$uniitor, finding his kingdom of Alba, overstocked with inhabitants, proposed to bis grasusons, j-vomuiua auu xtcmus, mat tuej sbould tike a body of men with them and es- , tablish a coloney elsewhere. To this they as- sented, and the land was assigned to them uppttwhich ihey had been cast upon the waves. " These young men were twins bv birth; their mother, Tthea Sylvia the daughter of Numitor, was a consecrated vestal, and when shegave birth to tbe twins, she asciibed their pafantage to the god Mars. But this did uoavail to save them. Tbe little childien, mere infants, were placed in wooden troughs nndcast upon the bosom of the Tiber. The waves were kind to them, and gently ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 August 1853

... . .JL Te Stf ft StMe i ln lit ?w Sitittfi it t. . v LgyCASTER, Editor. ;pJEDAY3 AUGUST 13, 1853a a A - -Assoonas the editlfc is sufficientiyyeon- ct he Trill pay the necessary attention gaper; janfil then he jbegstf10 indul- . i his patrons. f f n 'ouraiiest, "we intend giving a tahular rent of the Section returns, so far as -- fifcm. tThfollowingpommunicatioifwhich-R'e rata the Gazette, comes so near express- ir sentiments that we are induced to J a place in our columns. 1 ver again, will we advocate theclaims of candidate unless he is nominated hy a reg- . 'enjocratic convention. In theulate con- r j battled, as we conceived, for the best st of onr party, and for so doing we . - engendered the ill will of a few illiberal uscause we did not espouse the cause of favorites. - Governor we hadVho choice, at the - uencement of the canvass, there being Ug in the field; but "when Judge Ochll- as announced, (after he repeatedly dc- . that he would not be a candidate) we induced to go f...

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