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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 August 1853

g-t&r--- Es?We have received a note from Inde- pendence, Inquiring why the following niar- riageinotice has never appeared in the Han- ger, Htfcaving been sent us some time since. Oar answer is, that we never received the no- tice tKtil last mail. "Will the gentleman who forwarded the notice inform us how or in Tffhatdnanner he sent it. HXrried July oth, 1S53j by the Kev. BufusC. Burleson, President of Baylor U- nivenaty, Mr. Boulds B. Baker, of Mont- gomery county, to Miss Ophelia M. Bau- ble, Independence, Texas. "TEey that love easy become like-minded "find tlie tempter touches them Hot; They grow up leaning on each other, as the olive and. the vine." """ 0hth6Jth-of August in the Baptist church in Brenham, by the Bev. Bufus 0. Burleson, Mr. J", Jtf. Hall; to Miss Mary Ann 0. Bainwater, both .of Brenham, Texas. iew Advertisements. 'Burleson CrantyE strays. E STRAYED, by James Wiley, before Peter Mnllen, esq., one bright bay mare, 13 1-2 hands high, 8 years old. streak-in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 13 August 1853

ii...i.i.. ..1...-...U .. .- .mhjimwvwf" fw'.-iJ'.-J..l.'i '.ga Li Jwl.1,'JL,'.,.'Wl'' 'S.T1.-V' "Wii!Ji' .a. ti,i'-;v mJU, UJOimxt'-gt.'il-JU-M .t t!,TI! w a& m iSIi? i4tM7!fffe $:&&&&$&&&&& HW e'itt? svv FvXH-,3 &vsr?iPMirW3-A&''& jr V V Eatered according to -act of Congress, m the year lfcsl, bv J. S. Houghton, M. D., m the Clcrk'a office of'the District Court for tho Eestern District or Pennsylvania. ANOTHER sCIEKTiFIC Tf ONJDER,- -S. KOUGHTO&TS Or. t?a if4m B. F. KUCEER, Wholesale & Retail Druggist, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, fHAS constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of fresh drugs and medicixes. PAINTS, OILS. DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY. SHOP Furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass'j Glassware, Books, Stationary, &c, &c; consisting in part, of the following articles : Allspice, Bace Ginger, Black, Bed, Long and Afri- can Pepper, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, Hops, Copperas, Roll and Sub. Sulphur, Starch, Arrow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 August 1853

- . - ' - a l H W J3 R Y&1 IJF3 hLl Cs- Frcra the-Cougregctisnal JocraaL Position and Influence of isxe Jews. The existence of the Jews is the living miracle of the world. They ar3 scattered andown trodden, and yet, according to the mopt accurate statistics, areas numerous as tbeywere when they left the land of Egypt, the returns made to Bonaparte, giving about three millions. Expatriated, they become citizens of the world; -and wherever tolerated they commence traffic and become thilfty. Everywhere they aie at h-ime They may be banished, "but cannot be expelled; be trodden down, ygt cannot be cj ushed. Only in the United" States, Prance, Holland, andPrussia, are they fully citizens; b. t in spite of British statutes, the Russian ukas and Turkish curse, they "prosper still. The great nations of an- tiquity, the Egyptians and Assyrians the Bo- mans and Saracens, as well as the modem Turk's and Christians, have attempted to des- troy them, but in vain; while penul laws and -srucl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 August 1853

t?-gaCTaH--gHgft-,. .vf-rrrrnsszii yF?ir'aT7cssrr?ps?yygJlaglJl'' ""-- i-jM-vwitioj M'y-fnn,in.,Mm..,pjj gTUjfvsTa LJi--i'iJKu.i-j..'kiitjavwirw h,.' yjjjg J. X,AiSCASTEIU Editor. iDoaljmgtcn, (Etxas. SATUEDAY, AUGUST 20.. 1853. Printer TVanted. A Printer of Indus triouyand moraHiabits, can get a good andiPeimaneiit situation by applving--at this office?!! " " i 9 Tije RiverjBill. The Hiver Appropriation is defeated by a vote of the people. The result will doubtless bo, the defeat of every measure that may be projected for the Improvement of the princi- pal water courscsof the State. It will be contendedby the opponents of river-improvement, that the recent vote is difinitive as to the wish of the people, and should control atf future legislation upon the subject. -Pully a- ware that it -would be a useless waste of time and labor to attempt to disprove the correct- ness of such a conelusionvve cannot resist the inclination to say it is incorrect. There were many objections ujged aga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 August 1853

3 .r.-j-: . :V .. ... ..:! nisr.u i '!- ' ,, v.-- j.i ?yr yj.TTl Hfteg "i???sft . V few-Advertisements . I ef inaTOT! nTiditional headrieht ccrtiScato of Jo- jHilenh Land, for 1280 acres, No. SO, issued . e?I i icon v ! i?nH1 nf Tonil 4 fhsfistn aay 01 u-' . ' u- ",u -"" , " . TM Coinmissioners lor .Montgomery county. .mu ihc'Donnty Land certincateiNo. 3384, issued to Joseph Proctor for 12S0Wcs of land-. If not heardJrom, I shall apply to the proper authority forSiuplicates; A. P. MOSS, Wz. 5-2m. iurlesoa CoiiiitySstrays. "fTsSTRAllSIJ, Dy James miey, Deiore yEeterlIullen, esq., one bright bay jnarel3 1-2 hands nigh, 8 years old streakjtt the face, saddle marks on both bides of theicacK grey in tnenanK, smaii wmiespecKS on thtS?-rio- brand, appraised to $35. . &05o7-a.mouse colored mare mule, 13 hands "higSISW or 15 years old, saddlcand gecr maris, antfjftnark-of a rope on the neck, no brands, ap- "prlSsecLat 35 by A. J. Martin and Russcl Jones " aT- "- "Wil. H-MUJIUAY, f Clk. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 20 August 1853

, T T-S? "' .5- yg!ijBg.3firj- -' J-2--rTr.v.Kj,i.-jji- iu. yciK-y..J-.rw " Vta-JSgSCSSalX&irsaM ' !1' Vf i-TrraaJjaJajJrfg-ygS"''-'--.'.!. V!l-V-1 V.;iS".rinff',''SSg5 jr n ! '-atap edSiecording to act of Congiess, in the year -J, fcjfJF- S. Houghton, M. D-, in the Clerk's j:' ce ofsthe District Court for the Ecstern District ciTcnnsylY.ania. j0T-HS& SCIENTIFIC SONDES, 1,. Dr. J, S- HOUGHTON'S ?, c&k j 3 fTsa 7. a r ist?& g? GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FIiTJIB: OR, GASTRIC JUICE;, IJJEF.PAEED from rennet, or the fourth stomach of fhi or-- nftpy i?irp?tir.nj nf T?nrn TMn. li great physiological chemist, hj J. S. Hcntrhtcn, 31 B, Philadelphia, Pa. "I digest;3' such is the true meaning of the "word pepsin. It is the chief clement, or great digesting principle of the cas-tric juice; the solvent of the food. the purifying, preserving, and stimulating agent of uie sicmncii one intestines it is extracted from the digestive stomach of the ox, thus forming a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 August 1853

A Young Wife's Devotion. Inta-new English Dovel we have just lead is narraieu uu uucuuug smms ui uicmums at- tendingtthe adventures of a devoted young wife iSearch ofhcr husband who had gone to London andbegun a dissipated life among the profligates of a theatre. Mabel Yarie, (the val) ha3 found a fiiend of her hus- band'sSovTriplet, (a, portrait painter,) to whomsfie passionately appealed to tell, her the place of his retreat. " :5hjif you knew the sorrow, (said she) yoii wpuldoot thwart rae. Oh, Mr. Triplet, little dicTl think you was as cruel as the rest Surclyipbu would not refuse me ?" Triplet made no replv. . Good, kind Mr. "Triplet !" continued Mrs. Yie J ftlfit me look in your face! Yes, I see you ""are honest and true. I will tell all" "sEChen she poured in his ear her simple tale, cuna3orneil and touching- as Judah's speechJjeseph. She told how she loved herbSBandj h6w he had loved her; how happytliey were, for the first sis months; how herSfieart sank when he left her ; h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 August 1853

J&KB&" --P-:irtC2vriBfVTSffii s-sxs5avT-?zzi.tMa--r? XSyEESKSISBSseUaajSiSsaMSiSiNiii 2SHSiSSSSS&QSSSB3S5SSSSSSeSSS:SS "vnffl; t m u uwvinr-mm & Stdii4 ttomUQ fletf m? kckix f wv ca. r?x KvaKk.E:sfc ol. Zl2Ll J.!l.AJfCAyfeBa Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1853 Postmasters will confer an inestimable fa- on the proprietor of the Ranger, hy sending the names of those subscribers "who took the Hanger at their Post Offices, previous to the time of the burning of his establishment. The Comet. One o these eccentric planets with its lu- minous continuation, has'been plainly visible in the Western heavens for several evenings, during the last week- Comparing this, with the descriptions given us of those of other days, comets have grown a SmaH Ty degrees and beautifully leas ' The celebrated comet of 14o6,?which in- spired IracfrTnTd" terror amlraiiicTfurks, tra-' der Mahomed H, during the terrible siege of Belgrade, in "which forty thousand -perished is described, as " immense,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 August 1853

rrJVSM'"ii i ' lii''-uf,J.'i' ,',; ,Li'X arJCaEi-Sa'iai-l&i ife Sttpi Stinger m& Si &Ute& ll SM9$N$e? 1 Ja- w5 J New Advertisements. Han Away, IfEGEO GIRL, 17 years old, 4 feet 7 inches high, smooth dark skin ; scar on left cheek and one on leg, H onnsideraolv marked bv whinning. She carries her head -when walking, far VLA-jf hack, and has a pleasing countenance. j5gE-a I am induced to believe she -was stolen. ofna Any person catching the thief and girl, and bring- ingithem to me, Trill be paid $35, or 15 for the girl, and LwiU pay all expenses. h, T. C. ARNET. iBurleson county, Aug. 27,1553, G-6w. Last Call. ,nnHE business of the late firm of Austin & JL Edrington, has been placed in the hands of "William II Vinson, Attorney at Law, for set- tlement, who is fully authorized to make settle- ment, to-receive and receipt for all debts due said late firm. All persons indebted to us either by v- note or account, Trill please call upon said Yin- son,without delay, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 27 August 1853

jsJfflftS; gin, u r i, --T-,.J!Ug" OS' ? ri 3id i l mmMi ' :ccu-dii)g to act cfc-CiBigxees, in thcl year Hy J. ,S. ScralOAjairrDH in the Clerk's f thedMsfafct GodSVfbr the Eestai-arDistrict usylyiania. - THEltSGIEKTIFXC WONDER Or. J. S MOUaHT0?S - a Baysor Fesss:tle College W OCATED at Independence, Washington county, J JLd Texas Tlio next session of this Institution ' will commence on -1ondav, .iarcn 6th, 1S53, and i continue ten months. Facultt Kev. H. Clarlc, 'Principal and Professor of Ancient languages, .Iforal and Intellectual Phi losophy. B. F. RUCKEIt, ' VTfcolcsalc & Rciall Druggist, WA SUING TON, TEXA S, fHAS constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of fresh drugs at juedicix-es, FAirrrs, oils, dye-stuffs, r-EKFuaiERY, snor Furniture, Surgical Instruments, "Window Glass Glassware, Books, Stationary, &c, &c; consisting iu i Kev. J. 13. Stiteler, lecturer in department of Natu- part, ot the following articles : ral Phiiosopny and Uhcmistry. Allspice, "R...

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

J V . eaSBSB5lll l I I l,J l-MTWHyitt - nrrt -"- '- "-,- -'- w " ir" '"''' '""" IIIM,"Mi innfri .. im-i irti'nwn m hm mf iT ' ' .".uri ...in n n '" " " " ' ' ' ' A Yankee Story. f The funny columns in the English papers derive more of their "stun tor smiles " irom the journals of this country, than from any other source. We find in one of them this ludicrous anecdote of tho "Bewitched Clock," which was quite new to us : 1 About half past eleven o'clock on Sunday night, a human leg, enveloped iua blue broad- cloth, " might have been seen" entering Dea- con Cephas Barberry's kitchen window. The lew was followed finally by the entire person ofa live Yankee, attired in Sunday-go-to-nieetinvclothes. It was, in shorty Joe May- weedwho thus burglariously won his way into the deacon'sjkitchen. " Wonder how much the old deacon made by orderin' me not to darken his doors Tigain?" soliloquized the young gentleman. " Promi- sedhnWl wouldn't, but did'nt say nothin' aboufewinders. Winders is just...

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

J3T J? aafaAJLQMet!liUaatfaaL",W I IHJim,HUiLJ',l,'-T"." ..IHJX11II IUI'Hilii,"H"TiftV-lTUBe X gisv&pr T. J. iANCASTESR3 Editor. $Da0!tngi0n, Saras. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S53. .Postmasters will-confer an inestimable fh. Tor on the proprietor of the Banger, by sending Km the names of those subscribers -who took the ganger attneir Post Offices, previous to the kime ra sne Durrung or ins establishment. Official Return of the Election of Washington uonntyfor 1853. Brecincts. w Governor. B. 31. Pease, .76 14 39riS2 r79 423 Geo. T.SWood. 4443 67 32 20 8 149J WJB. Ochiltree, 76 65 273 T.J.Chambers. 12 23 11 46 1 6 o J.W.Henders'n1 J. W. Bancy, L. D. Evans, 5 1 Lieut. Governor, J. B. Robertson. B. 0. Dickson, J.E. Eorby, R. N. Good, 123! 203 72 5 589 15 53 5 44 9130! 79 741 247 1 1 Com. GH.Z. O. Stephen Crosby, 136 73 53 189 99! 23 573 Congress. P. H. Bell, W. R. Scurry, T. W. Blake, G. EL, Lewis, 54S6 164 349 106; 70 4 4 4S 313 1 8 39 5E7 B. P. Camthers, 27E6 IS 171 Senator. J. W. Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 September 1853

.j '. r"ii jaMyt'-taL-lgJlfc." frrg ZSSSSSSSSSi r'-y.sfrg -m. j,ig ti9f &ism -j -. I& avajS &&&&&(& &4A& &m& iml ttifs y? . ... Q fr,c Cv .-s. ?a.. .. mwm nm&ffw !L-SI 4CCyPJ$ tfmt& mfc&SF Srgav vg&fcB- Zr vw- igf y -,- Mew Advertisements. Kew .Route to and from tlie Interi or, vxa EAILROAD. -t and M!f each. Wednesday and Saturdav followins un tiifariher notice, Cars -with Passengers and "2. Freight, trill leave Harrisburg for Stafford's . point, Fort Send county, at 9 o'clock, a. m. Returning, leave Stafford's point at 11 o'clock - spa'ssengers for Harrisburg and G alveston leav- l . - ing "Richmond at 8 o'clock a. m.. or Fulcher's at -f " o'clock, a. 3i., reach Harrisburg in season for ."dinner and for Galveston boat. Passengers for the West and North-ivest, lcav- "ing'Galvestonby steamers Tuesdays and Fridays, arrive at Harrisburg about 10 o'clock, p. r., stop one night, and reach Bichniond, or Fulcher's fordinner ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 September 1853

ff.' ;.' , wwai.-.uj igtj-.,iujg?; -p-&&- Thk- , X. Xtf ftotpt Ml mm St?1f 8mM Siw, ?m& v.rcd according io act of Congress, in tue year J I 51, brj. S. Houghton"; M. B., in the Clerk's j i crst5f tne i)isrnct"uourt lor the JBestern District t Pennsylvania. ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC Tr ONBSBa a. J. S. HOUGHTON'S flL BR GiCAT CZJiLS FO.R DYSPEPSIA. THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FIAJID: Oi?, GJ1STRIC JUICE, pIlP,PAKED from rennet, or the fourth stomach of j2T the ox, after directions of Baron Liebiff, the Lgreit physiological chemist, by J- 5. Houghton, M 1 3 , Phaadelphia, Pa. I wigestp snclus the true meaning of the word prin. It is the chief element, or great digesting Trircljde cfthe gastric juice; the solvent of the food, t .e -jmrifyjng, preserving, and stimulating; agent 01 te stomach and Intestines. It is extracted from the di-trrc stomach of the ex, thus forming a true di- ,. .c Sum, precisely like the natural gastric juice in. .s -chemical powers, and furnishing a complete r ! -i f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 September 1853

-. .- j-.' ' -(ru .1.,-,. ...r mi ti ,- M; -j. -& j 1 " j " s A One of Fanny Bern's Best. XFnder the title of "Mrs. Grumble's Solilo- quj,'lFanny Fern contributes the" following . 40 tbplusical World and Times : "There's no calculating tbe difference be- tween men and women boarders. Here's lIrCfJones, been in my house these sis months, anur2Pnore trouble to me than my gray kit- ten4Ki"3 De( s shoot up once a week, and bistbats, cravats, love-letters, cigars and pat- enjwther boots, are left undisturbed in the middle of t the floor, be is as contented as a pedagogue in vacation time. Take a woman toboara and, (if it is perfectly convenient,) sberould like drapery, instead of drop cur--tainsjjshe'd like the windows altered to open atriheItop ; and a wardrobe for her flounced dresses? ancLa few more nails and another shejSm her closet, and a bench to put her feerag.and a little rocking chair, and a big looking;glass, and a pea-green shade for her gas-burner. She would like breakfa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 September 1853

sawnnir'-LiaKffiBtegiBrhWT)aarfr rrtn-Ktfrrrr& :-Eseiibffltg3K;ii-3 .T-rtrreg TTT-''-p'"g:'iatS! B8 .&. G8i --v ..w.-.. ..;.r -r .-.. - -zyrwg-R-owtwi i-i mtm ":.-- TW -.t-... i. i i n in.. -fir-' "" x - .- v ."--. J ST" - . . - . . -----.-- --- -t----: "by the general government, frornlts being ba- sed upon jprittcipZs end eoiiifitutional convic- tions. t " - Jt was -natural to suppose that the "Whig jsJz Xi&KQ&STEBa Eolior. itfiton, Coras, a? SiimDAT, SEPTEMBER la, 1853. -iostaasters will conier art inestiiaaDle ta- Tor on the proprietor of tho Banger, hv sending lain theaames of those subscribers who took the Hanger at their Post Offices, previous to the ine or the burning of his establishment. ?2ie Pacific Railroad. Tiie Pros- pect, &.C. Prom the- magnitude of the interests in volvedpind the political problems that clus ter aronnd ifc pressing for a solution, the Pa cHie Railroad is one of those subjects that oc casionally arise, "which, notwithstanding the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 September 1853

-is r"rarw j.iMi?Myragwr,3rav?CT'J'",,y'r" & VAMHa m V-r &&&m& &w ' swa. mmw &$& s&ieeeem ?s,m"$M& m m& a isim? . ? . - - -- - .. -. v vy ' v v -vv fr ,7 :v .viy y y & - f nnts&slon. of these important facts, hut if. ; mon. tioneuJ the purpose of presenting and point- ing public attention, at this particular crisis, to the jh resources of our State. And feeling, as all tfeSputh must feel, that her interests have he enmtentionally slighted, and that Texas is fullaKe and competent to help herself, we would suggest, for the contemplation of the people of j:exasi -uegiaaumre, at tne next ensuing sessK,he instructed, that, laying aside all other schemes of railroads, banking speculations, &c, alaoa passea, appropriating all or so much of thejgpuc domain as shall be found necessary to coniSxcfc and complete a double track railroad froSJgalveston harbor to El Paso, on the Rio Testate is able to complete such a road, with- out Slijerfe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 September 1853

vf JSfe eoordijEtKte Bat IBS aiSbftQDi crSetalSylyanni, ggffFiR -I"' - - actof Gongi essoin- thevyenrJ ugSlon. 1. Dyinjte Gierke ct Court for-the Jsesteru District SCIBSTIFfC WONJDER, J.&HOUCHTQN'$ IS'4V 5. B. P. HUCKER G&EAT -CURE FOR DYSFEFSM. - 03- T2H7E DIGESTIVE FIAJXD: ojf, aJrTRic JUICE, F SEP ABES from rennet, or the fourth stomach of theory after directions of Baron Liehig, the grcalpQT.siplgic&l chemist, by J. S. Houghton, 51 D , Philadelphia., Pa. iidigcstj" such is the tnio meaning of the word pepsin. Tt is the chief" element, or gi eat digosting .pauimple-of fhoraitric juice, the solvent of the food. jthe purii&ing, preserving, and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines It is extracted from the jdigesiarV-slemaGh of the or, thus -forming a true di- gesfive"fiuid precisely like the natural gastric juice and " rfect sub: Thus is Matures own remedy for stomach. " Koart of man can ecmaMta curative no era;, J$ ceniaia&ghalitters. acids, or nr.use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 September 1853

. .r -.-.. v . av . . -vi s- tas4aauon. uameSjM. Angttss a. 4 -a -XJ "'w i- ro a - ".ui 1 -vp- - - -a,-" - - i. b mw -. rm t -. - -rt, : is. t "i - - - . u -n..jir: .v-ijl vl iji . - vvk. -j " - , . - - -" " ,v jjb- . .i.l- u - , , 1 . H - - ( - j; . ?jtaf jw -. t' - .j 1 "-. .b -sACHt :v - -3 -K-j?r. - iE 3newaEi: -2is.a: -w . mt'.v -t --. Ery3 - -.-7 t-via --. n a vjki. w . --, - : -:1 -fc --.- w, - - r- -7 , . wji t- y. jwarjrjg j"'' "w "K r- L-f mmm Hk Katie I&ss3as. 3T; k 2 not lwayj; 82rr-3n.tp. those jians.lSiQ pin5t! ifistattftiq0 . f J5SUIJOG- -jt Kjoaioseiy; aiiiuu-.; $f jyneriea. euespo a- aity 8f i3pim "liJui repecfr 6t?t waicnjoias. latei? oornnn- m.' .Ltai&pixrars,irnt; tnenipio-?' lw th yjHted-St&tesiiaajslien.- tl rdepTsotinHeeifrojaue ? rotSBjGK timscpndiict-caillie! jBagagedj buF.3roma highlySt- ea m ins. way or .pcacncaaaa "We- Bist.yJiaiacin:Tnj5Lt- ogy Slit "tlseSisciplnaa -iiL U'af-ibis -tesnaofeiile "cqeds-Fjisr5 x . i.s .Sr -r -t - " a? a- i oisai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 September 1853

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