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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 June 1859
. m n mimmmrmmmmm jwhuew vm mwmanmmmmm iMMMUKMnMiii mmimx 0tmmau imji MW Wti tttsmmaussaaafTTtBex a"jA5trsjij-jL'iJin 'J jmijo?. rn n VOL. I. LOCKHART FRIDAY JUNE 3 1859. (AUSTIN NO. 31.) NO. 3. K. 18 it & Hi :i Til E-RAM I3LER IS PUBLISHED ON EVBItV FIUDAV. Ofllcc on the somli-onst corner of Public Square Lockhart. TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEXTS PEIt ANNUM. I'AYADI.K IN ADVANCE. TEIIMS Single Copy one year ?2 60 To Clcdj Five sent to o-i mlilrvts in lio T n sent In ono iulclre IS W) I'l'tee'1 sent lo onu aililruM WHO I TiU-tity sent to one mlilivu b'J 00 fRVJTKS 'IF ADVi:itTlSISC. One Square lor on? In otllon -- ' M OooSq arc for -very subi.qjeiu Insertion 5i) One Square six months ' One Sq ore one y -r ": T'" . ' Alliierulil'ioiimt fill be mule from the above rates tor ailTertltemeiiti of ov--r one Sq urii. A square U ten linen of ilili stted type. All letters ami cnmmuii lentous to be ndJresJert to im. a u 1.1:1 on IMibllilicr A: Jl'roprlulnr. IA VENOKTTA; OR Til Si FfcUI). Cont...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 June 1859
tar I iWAx. IV. I ' m Mudnmo Serviu to grant Iter :tn any up oiipcd bv Jaw lor licr marriage Willi Luigi Porta; but with tliirttn stance bewail Iter experience ofA'thu .Jiiitunies with which tlio xvoihloe quite tlmae xvhodopuit tVi'in its tisa ges. Madame Set viu was uxirehiuh tmuoxcd t tin.1 injur' which GuiWia's udvetitinc had done iu'i h HstiiiitH t- draxvhig chTT-CmTMiceelviug' the fu- gitive verv coldly gave her ti uihIct- fiiml. xvfthdiejpoliteiie:-s and eireum- spoctiom that she need expect tin coimtiMmueodi'nnHier. Too proud to prestlm mutter Giuuvra iiuiii'cd at a ijegiou olj 8tl ti It ii i'Ht which was yet new to her hired it lumn in a lodging liiijlsi! near Luigi's redid nee ami ini'tiently uxvajfed tho day of lu-r marriage huigi Porta used to conic unb$peiujdd days with his betrothed. 1 1 ia. .deVnted h'Ve the parity and h 'pyfiiliiess of hif-iiiiii'l; dispullod b.x degrees 'the cloud whjeh parental rc(rohiitjiiii had east upon Ginovru'u v fotehen'd. The liiunv. as h pic...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 June 1859
1 f FURLMIER FROM EUROi'l'J. Paris Saturday noun May 7. Several important eh myosin' vo taken pl.ico in the 0 millet ut tho E iin!r.n's Dcl'iule luirf been it Mil rul .Mill- itt tit of Justice and the I) iko f IJ du io U.iii-lor of tli.- I itorior. L "iiil 1 1 Mi 7 I'll R.irliuni'u tury elections 'in E ulan I gciu'iMliv ' ias-o I iilf unio'lv "hut iiT Ireland a mio serious disturbances m-nrcd at Limerick. A turrihlc ri..t lir.ik' -it I ut tliu lnirttiii";-. Tliu p-ilic.i- wi'i'i ii'ui blu totjiiull iliu riot and tliu aa!l:"i'i- tlud wore tt'ihiti; I tn call mit the niili tary vin tired upnn tln mnii kill s twinil' tlio I'intord and wonndiny live Otlll'I'S. Tliu olectinn lian rosnltud in a uain of twunty-fu'e inuinliors in favor of tliu Durly M'nislrv. Vii'iina May (i Mi-swim. Ames- tuin & lli'tur olio ot' tliu heaviest biinkui li'iii-M'S in tint; eitv. Iiavu iailud t".r 2."I).HHI) t'raiKS. L union May 7. DHpiiteli"3 from Vienna annoiincu tint tliu E npe.ror Fnuu'iss tlmupli of A...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 June 1859
-mmmimt Sun&an ttcaMiig.1 '" lii.iilran.tiis of acripiiirl. Isaiah liii 17. St shall he sprinkle many nations. Calmer in tho Fragments Supple- mentary to his Biblical Dictionary on tliu above quoted test has the fol- lowing remarks: "This passage lias been "ombarras ing to commentators especially the expression of "sprink ling niiiiiy nations." The sense ot ''its- touching" many has boon followed by the Sepfuigiut ; our translators ua u sprinkle. S )ino have united the ideas '' he shall sprinkle many na- tions with astonishment." By attend ing to the scope of the passage per- haps we shall see .vhence these ideas soothingly so different took their rise and that they are radically the same. Imagine a great person aye a king to be the speaker: "I myself consider a certain servant of mine my officer of state as a very prudent and wise person ; but when btrangurs look at linn they see only a mean and un- compromising figure so that when he introduces them into my pre-ence they wonde...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 July 1859
THE RAMBLER. VOL. I. LOCKHART, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1859. (AUSTIN, NO. 35.) NO.7. ml j i-.\! i r THE IAMBLEE IS PUBLISHED ON EV IR Y FRIDAY. <Offlce oñl tkc south-east corner of labile Sqifcre, Lockhart. IERJIS. TWO DOLLAR AND IlfTY CENTS PER 'ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .TERM-Single Copy on# year,. W M To Clom—«veientloone *ddre« 1® Jjj T«n tent to one «ddreii J «> Fifteen tint to one «ddre « 25 00 Twenty Mot to one addreiB 80 w RATES Of ADVERTISING. 'Onelu&re, for one Iniertion ,•••••• * 1 S2 •One qu re, for every mbieqacnt Insertion < Ont quare, tlx monthl ™ °A Hb"aidl ooun"^'li be made from the above rate , 'ior advertiiementa of brer one quare. A «quare 1 wnlleeeef thli ilted type. All Tetters and eom^unleatlon to be addreised to WM. CARIiETON. PilUliker & Proprietor. FLORA LESLIE. Could you have aeon Flora Leslie you would have thought her the drojl- est little school mistress that ever wielded sceptre of birch-twig, or presumed to awe four-and-twenty of the most re...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 July 1859
THE RAMBLER. WH. C ABEiETOW. Editor. I LOCKHART, FRIDAY, JULY 1.1859. The following |«nU*m*a ara our Mlhoriiad afanta to raaalva MbaerlpUooa and (Ira racalpla: Major B. t. WHITE, Taxana, Jaokaon county. Mr. H. *. DAVIS, ten Marooa, Haj Ooonljr. Mr. F. D ALLEN, Oalraalon. Hob. A. O. WALKKB, Blrdvllle, Tarrant count?. A. O. HOKKB, Baraat Court Hoaia, Burnet Co., Taua. 'a ara authortaad to avoooaea tha nama of John I. MY IBS, aa b candidato (tor tha «Oca of atata amato r Ib Iba ITIh «anatorlal Dlatrlet, cowpoiad of tka'ooanUaa of Oaeaalaa, Gaudaloapa, Caldwell, Ilajra, Blanco asd Contal. . fW We sra suthorlaad toannounoathaname of T. II. iDUOOAN, of Ooadalupa county, ae a candidate for tha oMce of ■ tata eons tor In tha STth eenatorlat Dletrlct, peapaeed of the oonntiee of OobmIm, Guadalupe, Cald- well. Haye, Blasco and Comal. Mr. Ebnkst Ravew is our general Agent in Austin for all business con- nected with our paper ;/be is hereby authorized to receive subscriptions, contract for adve...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 July 1859
■ ■ ■■■«n ■ j | i, . ill t l.—— m Harper's Weekly. The Art or Self Defense. Public, raen' arid institutions of eVttHr kind, as well as all great enter- prises of commerce and. trade, are aédeaáarily, subject to the sharpest Criticism,' both .publicand private. /WW a man and many bodies of men are seriously concerned to know what to do when attacks are made üpon'^hem; but there is happily one very simple thing which should al- ways bé done under snch circum- 'stances. 1 That is—nothing. The appeal to the public is Useless, 'for the ■"■"'blic cares nothing about the difficulty, and will not inform itself correctly. A man who rushes into print upon every personal provoca- tion is a man who perpetually writes himself dowu an ass. He unbosoms his woes to a confidant who despises him for his confidence. Ejrery editor and publisher pf every ^periodical roceives regularly with every mail objurgatory and critical letters; letters of advice; letters of complaint; letters of recommenda- tion; ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 July 1859
0nitóas fUatóng, lllustratloasjif Serlptare. Ezikibi, im, 18.—That seno püUws to arm-holes. In Barbary and the Levant they always cover the floors of tl)eir bouses with carpet*; and along the aide* of the wall or floor, a ranee of narrow beds or mattVesses i often placed on these carpets; and, for their farther ease and convenience, several velvet or damask bolsters are placed upon these carpets or mattresses—indulg- ences that seem to be alluded to by the " stretching themselves upon the the conches, ana by the sewing of pillows to arm-holes." Bat Lady M. Wortley Montague's description of a Turkish lady's apartment throws still more light on this passage. She says: «'The rooms are all spread with Per- sian carpets, and raised at one end of tbem about two feet. This is the sofa, which is laid with a richer sort of carpet, and all rouud it a sort of coneb, raised half a foot, covered witb rich silk, according to the fancy or magnificence of the owner. Bound about this are placed, sta...