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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1858

H !t w : & MVMMifiiHfF RAMBLE j0 j(nJ. .vtj." i jtifraoS t'ln-.'t' hi iUvt .. ' i U VOL. Wo'-'J 1 AUSTIN .TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 9 185'8. T IT II Fj ft? f ?r rs. i 1 THE- UAftlliLlJ.il f ka knblUhcd on every Tuesday. "foffice Ih Pecan Street near the Old ''' Post Office. VERMS Mil !t6tt!ARfl And itifty oknts ter annum. ' PAYAIILK IN ADVANCE. TERt3-43lng1e Copy one year.i t ....... 1 1 2 60 to ulo3 Five eent to one addn Ten aent Vitten tent TwcUtjr teat to 'one address RATES OF AUVi:ilXiSirVC3. "out Square tor one Insertion ; . ; Oae Square for every subsequent Insertion Tip;ttaresli'monthi. ......... greatest freedom ; butjt had undoubtr etlly been the heaving of his breaBt Which had caused the movement no- ticed by the. servant. His right arm was within the box and to his hand was tied a'.cutlass with which ho could iip himself from his confinement at once. 3. here wore also four loaded '.i?--i".5.fe' 12 ! pistols secreted with him and a silver ient to one address'..'.'.'.'.......

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1858

I 17 y " T) 6 m ati THERAMBLER. WM. CAttfcETONlMltairT AUSTIN TUESDAY NOV. 9TH1858. Tbt following gentlemen are our authorhed gcnll to tcelre lubicrlptlom and gtre receipts : Mr. r. J. ROBKIIT8 Aoitln. Mr. W. N. BRYANT Ban Antonio. Mr; IL T. DAVIS Ean Marcos Hayg County. If An Actlv. !nt1IIrint. vnui.li la uranfml an fiu apprentice at this office. Ono with soma knowlcdge-of Ibo business preferred. ' USEOnr next number will con. tain.askotch from the forthcoming " Micr Expedition" n trovk- preparing for tho'.priiSB by Judgo F. M. Gibsdn and Dr. Win. M. Shepherd. 'KSET Buckley's Circus is coming and the Juveniles of Austin may an- ticipate' a treat. It is some time since there wore any such performances in this city and Buckley's Circus 4s well qpoken ofjby the press of 'the towns in which they havo performed. "We see by thclast number of the: San Antonio Ledger tuaM&neas Macleod Esq.. has closed hisconnec '" - - . tion with that jrapeT.Woshall ihiaa' his jable and sprightly -pen ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1858

p I a R 1 v ?? J'ROftlTltill'SK KTC HtiS. BV OAPTAtNloiiN S. FOMD. wains la'lSSfl. OAWAJN cmtlSTOrilBR AGKL.VND. lit Ackland emigrated to Texas From his native Slate Alabama about tho' year 1839. At an early period after Ins arrival lie assumed a promi- tion't position in frontier affairs. U Was over ready to join in pursuit c Ituiia8or Mexicans. In 1811-42 ho acted as deputy sheriff of Gonzales county. Tho Indiaus mado a descent upon tho settlements in 1840. They wore "finally met and defeated at Plum creek in August. Ackland took part in . the affair. . He job-red Capt John O. Hays's company about tlic time of its organi- sation. ire was in the Vasqup. cnr. tjgn early 1842 ; al- tho Some- fWT1" fes'u Gen Woii :-.wou Texas in" tho fall of 1840 Ackland was orderly-serjeaut of Hays's company. Ho took an active part in defending the country against IllSl-f-dcn 2 did vory oSUtive .service' in 'the. battle -of the Salado. He was stationed on tho left with a detachment- of ten men to pre...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1858

QVqvicultuval. ' ' ' ' trom the American Farmer. !(' Hinls on Wheat Culture. . The wheat crop is of so much con sequence to tlio whole community especially to it large poition of our renders that wo are not likely to Inako It too frequently the subject of remark. i It is a reproach to our agriculture that while the very frequent oxpcii- neilc'o of some of our best faimois gives crpps of thirty or forty bushels to tho acre the usual product ofour lauds without a large cliiect outlay for fertilizers aro hardly more than a fourth of those quantities The ready excuse is the difference in tho quality ofithe land. As a general thing this is only an excuse. The very lands now so procluetivo have been within tho memory of many now living as poor as the poorest; and of those now so poor who will undertake to say that their natural constitution makes them incapable of the highest degree of improvement? There are no doubt cases of this sort but they aro an ex- ception ; generally there is noth...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1859

l W 4p t s ? TC THIRJM; : - . a - - a. kHjja tii-ir jL-A isOT..4 r f- 'afu - - yTaa&M'nir. 'nr. 'V.. r - - -v .-" :.u v ?ttt-. . ?- Ty ftwr-lr xr ' 'a. -. 5J.?SISi&j&fflB im "w li '' ti as m i viii ' B BH .t.v ' r mvw. i .-s ' IW? '! &P1M H" 1 Hpl Mi Wjlf fv; VOL. 1 AUSTIN (TEXAS TUEf Y.4 JANUARY fen69. .& ?V -' .' 'f fflE ?NP; 16i 1 THE RAMBLER . 1t tMilillwlted on ovory TCuoiday. OSlcc 5n Pecan Street near the Old I'osl flfllcc. Tr.iiiasi TWO DOLMlW WI 1FTY 0KNT3 PER fANNOM. l'AV illl.B IN ADVANCE. TEHM8 SlnRle Copy ono ycir.. ?2 M To Oujbs Five sent to otio ndilrcss JO wi Ten ent to one ivflilrees 18 BO Fl'leea Bent to one address 25 00 Tweuty sent to one nddrcss 30 00 itvrns r AnvuiiTisiNo. -. . lM ! ft k Art ' viia-pquni t - " 111 vU for ndvertlscmentj or over one Square. A sauftVo l I i "neR rf tills sited type. AlUetters and communications to he addressed to W.CAUUVrOS. rubl.tsHor. voracity. Though alio again adlmow- tj roqiicBtod .f only possession she de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1859

t - si? tUt i-m ft?.. jBBMMBMEg. IrrSSISZjS rT W 6Sf i ii n; 'a i I JHem Bfcir THE RAMBLER. -jy.1" CAWgcyoy Editor. AUSTixTmsi)Tr.JAN. avni m. .... 'uwiiiK Keniiemen nre our atilhorlreil agcntj to receive nubscrlptlons mil give receipts: Mr. p. j. ttoniinrs Atmin. Jt Jn.r. V0V"ITB' T''"n. Jckrn county. Mr. K. I) M!.KV (hlwaton. U"ti. A. (I. WAI.ICi:it lllnlvllle. Tarrant counly. 3" 1'ho Soguin Moioury of the KHli mst. contains si wry modest and gracefully written salutatory from tho pen of M. a. Dunn who with that number commences his editorml career. Wo wish liim and his pupm- uincli prosperity and cwVivXiy lender him llo right bund. 0f fellowship. Wl' lllffi liimct.lt' ..... it i .i .. tfl. rnAut. ... SKt f i . "' ay"'i 'o uovu toreman jj - ;-ana compositor. n Madame Sientinski bus dur ing the past week given two concerts which were tolerably well attended. ller performances on tho llute -were tndo a mere Imgatollo that ap- very remarkalile and elicited tho ad-ipeared in the TiAMi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1859

: V & V i H3 T l?i: For the Rambler The Last Lingual Agony. Mr. Editok : As Chairwoman of tho " Ilifalntin Committee" it is my duty to present u form of address to be observed by exquisite beaux and misses whoso del ion to organism may nt times make it expedient f.irtliom to request of their ancient friends n tem- porary abstinence from tho use of tlie pipe. I llattor myself flint this task ha been executed in a style to meet the approbation of rho most reiined so ciety and elicit the mliniiation of anti-smoking ciielos. But to the form : ''Vend able sir: The offnmintion arising from the deleterious eftluvin emanating from your tobaceonistie reservoir overshadows the organic functions of our optic demonstrators gravitates upon our anrieulars. and I something to that effect: and .ao- plethnrizes atmospheric riniditTn'-Hsn'ftnCr-avylnff with amiormal gases that our respiral apparatus niust be obtruded unless through the hyper-suavity ol your pre-eminent politeness you will ia- cio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1859

I jTi I" V P 5' 1 ! I I - imbn ilcaMifg. Illustrations of Scripture. 1 Samuel xjv 9. 27iia shall he a sign itnto thee. Archbishop Potter has somo cu nouB reflections on tho ciiBtoin of catching omens which was common amongst tho Greeks and which ho conceives to be of great antiquity and also of eastern origin: "That it was practised by the Jows is by somo inferred from the story of Jonathan tho son of king Saul who going to encounter a Philistine garrison thus spoke to his armour boarcr : ' If they aay unto us tarry until wo come un- to you thon wo will stand still in our place and will not go unto thoin. Put if they say thus como up unto us then wo will go un. for tho Lord hath wL-jj Attri'V'infrtVU"tuJnlQour hand and f ' -this shall be sign unto us.' " A ro- f markablo iustanco of this superstition is found in tho following paeBago of Virgil : ho introduces iEneas catch- ' A - ? A ...!...). ..! J m-v v I n nmirh Illi'i.SCUlUUa o wufUbiiuiu mo iiiui" for the liar pies and Anchises ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1859

T. ). .. ' ) " THE AMBLER Afrt V.'t fc .r. j- Vol. i AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 3 1859. tsO. 21. riHTnrriTrmtnTi.nniwnriiHii inn niiin iw i Til K RA MBLER Ih 'iililiKliol on "Torr 'i Mcsiltiy. ftSlcft in Pecan Street near the Old Post Office. rruiiis. 'iw nni.uns si "irrv ornts per annum. TAYAHLE IN ADVANCE. Tr.HMS Slnnle Cn?y one year J2 50 Tu Cidds rlvc ent to one trtdrcn 10 0') fn font to one Addrefi IS 50 Fl'teen sent to one adilrcai 25 00 TirciJty Bent In one vldros 30 00 nlTIM OF inVKHTIslx; One Rquire. fol one In'crttnn f i m O-ii-Sq.tre for Trrv subsequent Insertion 50 On Square six months T 001 Onr-Sq.nre nnrjr 10 00 A H-niM-eitnt will be ramie from the above Mtei for ft(!vrtlsmnt oruT-r ine?qimrt. A. (quHre U ten line of this sired type. All lett-rs mid cnni'aunlcallnnS to be addressed to i ii i.i:toV"at h'ui'iuR I'tiltlishvi-N A: Proprietor. The 9IICCCS. CHA1TEK I. At the extremity of tho villairo of B . in sli ire and removed rth'.ul. fifty yards from the high road Hbtii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1859

1B1 nlmWlWwB - v. i sHiamiwcf kh' 'imHui vfv u never- boon to before. I can loll you I would not hnvo you miss it for no money. "VVliy it's tlirco years to-day since I was at Mrs. Sealiam's 1 I went once with Mrs.Pullins and once by myself. Ah I well J romoinber the last time" continued sho musing " for I won oight and six pence at all fours and waB kissed twico by one gent under tho misllotoo bough." Mary corild not forbear smiling at her ''aunt's reminiscences; but as at this moment the old chaiBO drove up to tho door and receiving a command from Mies Sorowpit to "go and dress in a jiff)" she retired to proparo for her visit to Molstono House. " My aunt tells mo this is tho grand- est party wo have ever bcon to yet Polly" said her sister as she entered tho room sot apart for tlioir use in Violet Cottage. "les" rcpliod Mary "so 1 sup pose. To bo continued In our next. THEE AMBLER " WM. CitKIiETON Editor. AUSTIN TUESDAY MARCH 8TIJ 1859. The following gentlemen nro our aulhorlzcd.age...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1859

mt r - 1 r ;Lord Campbell on Shakspcarc. 1 A now illustrator of Shakspearo lins entered tlijo field in tho person of the Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Pencil Lord Campbell. During a recent vacation in Scotland he turned his attention again to our great drama tic poet ; and reading over his plays 'consecutively ho was struck by the vaBt number of legal phrases and allu sions thoy contain and by the extreme appropnatoness anu accuracy ot their annlication. lie beean noting and remarking upon thorn eivinsc them such explanations and elucidations as his vast experience and knowledgo of the law enabled him readily to furn- ish. Ho has since put them into more roi'nl'ir form and order and is printing them in tho shape of a familiar letter to "Mr. Payne Collier who in his recent Biography of Shakspearo states that there aro more indications in Shakspearo that ho had in some way early in life been connected .vith the legal profession than aro to bo met with in all the works of contempor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1859

Simbcig EcciMng. From the N. 0. Picayuor. GbristiaD SabbathHow to be Spent. In thocourso of an eloquent sermon delivered to his congregation on the 25th anniversary o( his ordination as their minister Rev. Dr. Bobbins ot Boston a Unitarian clergyman of much ability thii9 spoke of the duties proper of the pulpit and the fitting uao to mako of the Sunday religious Bcrvicea. U0J si sic omnes ! " At length after much experience and observation my judgment was made up my course was taken. I had aeon no good but often ill effects result from using the pulpit for po- litical discussions and social disquisi- tions. I had" no reasons to expect that any good I might he able to ac- complish by the treatment ot secular themes would oountorTjulance the harm I should risk duiug. I was doubtful of my ability to discuss them with sufficient knowledge discretion impartiality and force to lead to any important result. I was afraid of bringing into the sanctuary another fire than that caught from the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 March 1859

II AMBLER. I . r J JLJL J-J VOL. 1 AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 15 1859. NO. 22. Jr THE RAMBLER In Publiwlicit mi every 'I ucsrtiiv. Office in Pecan Street near the Old Post Oflicc. TKlTilS. WTO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CRXT3 PER ANNUM. PAYAIILE IS ADVANCK. Tf.RMS Single Copy one year To CtCM Five sent to one .vMrc.... Tm Benl'tn on- mlilrcc Fifteen sent to oiie ivMrc... Tweuty iient to one Kililrcu ..T2 61 . 10 no . 1 SO . 25 Prt . 3(1 00 UATKi Of ADVKliriMtvl. ttqe Pqunre for one Iti'erllon $ 1 of Sq jure for every subsequent inst-rtlon . .. vne siwc si tnonws One Square one jexr A liberal dheount will be in.ulc from the ul.ote rat Tr aitrertisemenu or over one square. A square Is ten lines of DiU slied tno. All letters and commiinle itions to be aildrci ed to CAICICI'(). A: DUH.nG. IMibl Utters A: Proprietors. THE NIECES. Continued from our last. "Wlur Afro Rvl.... I - nnr. -:Sir '"'""' 1"'1 l";tain ' tor you may depend upon it" J1"!51 V hT nU1C-h continued she -thai she's telling Mary "t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 March 1859

.M ft V V b Mi68 Scrcwpit who sat iti tlio corner with hcr.fcot. on tlio fender and had her bi'eakfast on a small stand by lier Bide seeing the change that passed over tho countenance of her elder aicce rebuked Matilda slightly by observing "If it was tho case it didn't beconio ncr to tell her sister of it in that orkerd way." For Miss Screw- pit know by experience that Mary's toolings were of afar more delicate cast than her sister's and occasionally a lit of illness would occur from the cause of their being us she termed it " worrited." After a few minutes Mary regained lior composure and Matilda again began "I have good cause for believ- ing thoao attentions paid by Mr. Hurst to yon wore intended for mc ; for wVieu Mr. Hurst after his introduction to mo returned to the hall "with his sister and that other gentleman after they commenced dancing he looked round for n partner and seeing mo engaged fori caught his eye ho went in search ot one elsewhere and seeing my sister disengaged...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 March 1859

3 'is 1 jyj sPI && V NJk SU A S ftr4lHw f The Recent Tragedy In Washington. The National Intclligoucor of tho 28th ult. has tho following account of tho killing of Mr. Key by Mr. Sickles at tho corner of Pennsylvania Avbnuo and the east Bido of Lafayette Square in "Washington about 2 o'clock on tho afternoon of Sunday tho 27th ult. : Tho provocative to this dreadful affair is disclosed in the testimony of Mr. Butterworth of New York be- fore Justice Qoddard tho Ohiof of Police lie states that about tho tinio above mentioned ho met Mr. Sickles on Pennsylvania- Avenue a little oast- ward of" the corner of Lafayette Square and nearly opposite tho State Depart- ment Ho . had a few words of con versation with Mr. Sickles who left him as 'Mr. Key approached tho latter coining down tho Avenuo toward tho State Department. They mot at tho corner of Lafayette Square when Mr. Key extended 'his baud toward Mr. Sickles paying "How are you 1" Mr. Sickles refused to tako tho proffered hand...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 March 1859

p I . k v... r 0unba) ilcabiitg. Illustrations of Scripture. Nkhemiah vi 5. J.;t owi Zt'Wcr. A letter hna its Hebrew name from its being rolled or folded togeth- er. The modern Arabs roll up their lottery and then flatten them to tlio breadth of an inch andpa6to them at one end instead of scaling them. The Persians make up their letters in a roll about &ix inches long and a bit of paper is fastened round it with gum and sealed with an impression of ink which resembles our printer's ink but is not so thick. Letters wero generally sent to persons of distinc- tion in a bag or purse and to equals they wero also enclosed but to infe- riors or tboBO who were held in con- tempt they were scut open that is unoncloscd. Tuly Mary Wortloy Montaguo 6ays "Tho Pacha of Bel- grado'aransweTto the English ambas- sador going to Constantinople was 'brought to him in a purse of scarlet eiuih." But in the case of Nchemi- ah an insult was intended to be offered to him by Sauballat in refus- ing him t...

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