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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 27 March 1871

.i / THE INDIANOLA WEEKLY < i A- fi >• h ■' 1 - \V M t v !/ vol. v. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1871. . 4. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. JOSEPH CAHN— DÍDIAXOLA, TEXAS. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, CLOTH- ING AND HOSIERY. Will sell at the lowest cash prices. fe2a-ly d. H. BEGAN— .MAIN STltEET, 4 I.KDIASOLA., TÍXAB. Wholesale and Bo tail Dealer in DBT GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, fr23 HATS, CAP8, Ac. 1 y m ILLINEIiY GOODS— MBS. JOHANNAH MABSHALL, Maix Street, Indianola. Invites the. attention of the public to her large and handsome assortment of MILLINERY consisting of oreij rariety and pattern of pood In this line,with all the apmirteiianees nccessary to an elegant, and tasteful toilet. nlb-ly. MOSES, INDIANOLA, TEXAS, Is constantly in receipt of now Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS, CliOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETC., Which he oflfcrs at the lowest prices. Give us a cau; no trouble to show gooas. I hare a regnlar buyer in Ife.w Orleans Watching ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 27 March 1871

ffaáiaiwU HiuUlin. C. A. OOSBfüY * JOHJi HESBV KTIOVTS, EdltoM u< Projrirtor . Offlcc oa St. A, between Crockett an«I Ward. fír The vckklt bcluítin «o paused ítery Sat urda; ^omiug. SufcscnpVon ?3 p*r annum U. 8. currency, or its «juivah-nt íxi coin, payable io advance. hiñóle eopios, 1í> ce-Ja. Tho l5n.Li.na i* published at {be gr- 't < e - ter of commcrce for Western Tex?s. *lho ci'i- Bons generally oí tlii* great section #rc d-°ply interested in the building up oí a eomtucraai depot at Indianela, it bung the natural rail le- gitimate outlet for the production* end great resources of this Western Empire. J o advocate these groat interests will be ot;r doty, and we look for a heart; and cordial support from the people of the Wat. HOW TO II ICON STRUCT TKift. Every reasonable man permanently locawd in thia State, is interested ia its welfare. To pro- mote and socare its welfare is the highest civil duty of every citizen. Of what does welfare couai: i I Of various elements t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 27 March 1871

t y J « wai ¡¡tars. Col. J. B. Fryer Will accept thanks for late English pápéra. Ice<l Sods Water At Itundell !í üolla.'a couiectionery store. Our thanks are doe Mr. McLain, Chief Clerk e? Department o Agrietó ture, for monthly report of February. We learn from Mr. Parker that a cargo"0**$? will soon arrive being now on the route from Boeion. TVe are Indebted to Tnrser V. ilbur of the Steamship Howes, for late papers. Pnr ir Colby, Of the Marfan Line will accept our thanks for kind favors. Thank to Captain R. Freemen for late Washington papers. Capt. Dick arrive! horn* on the Steam- ship Ilewea. Mr. Chr-ralli* HSU, Son of the late Capt. Ben F. Hill, died in La- vaca, a d¿v or two since, of brain dictase Attention. Indianoia Hook and Ladder Co No.l. will meet at their Tuck House on Friday the 3iat i:ist., at 7i o'clock P. x. in uniform for practice. By order of the Foreman, J. EaLiXG'io*. D. H. Began Has jnst received from New York i large assortment of men, boys and chil drens* h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 27 March 1871

HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. M JJATAGORDA PACKET- Tbc Al Schr "ROZIX A MNTO, C. P. IYKS, Master. \\T¡11 air ft« a refalar packet between Indiano! XV and Matagorda. For freight or pa age ap- ply to the Captain on board. uiarH-Bin ^TLANTIC LINE — FOR NEW YORK, The ai bkio bkllk of the bat. b. f. NOYES. Master, i* now loading and will hare quirk dispatch for the above |>ort. tSf" ror freight apply to IlsrcK A fltirERici, marM-tf Agents. A TLANTIO LINE— fOR NEW YORK. The fast sailing Schr Mart E. Rankuc, Fnller. Blaster, rato first-class and small capacity, will bare quick dispatch—most of her cargo on board. For freight or passage apply to Heyck A Ilel ferieb. QLD LINE.— FOR SEW YORE, Tiie ai light draft schr. nellie CROW ELL, CBOWELL, MastBE.— Now loading and will have prompt dispatch. ¡¡faff For freight or passago apply to marl8 WOODWAIil) BROS. E ENTERPRISE HOTEL— Mrs. A. M. McGnsw Proprietress, Front Street Indianola Texas, Formerly known as the P. Smith Hotel. The house has been thoroug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 3 April 1871

vol. y. INDI ASOLA, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1871, DBY GOODS AND CLOTHING. JOSEPH CAHN— INDIANOLA, TEXAS, j Whpiesale and Beted Dealer ia DRY GOODS, SÜ0É8, BOOT'S, HATS, CLOTH- ING AND HOSIERY. Will toll at the lowest cuh prices. foSS-ly D. H. BEGAN— MAIN STREET, Imnxxou, Texas. Wholesale and Retail Dealer tn DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, fe!U HATS, CAPS, Ac. ly M ILLINEBY GOODS- ICRS. J OH ANN AH MARSHALL, Mat* Smear, Lidiukiu. I nrite* the attention of the public to her large and handsome assortment of MILLINERY cousieting of every variety and pattern of prooáí in this line,with afi the appurten anees necessary an elegant and tasteful toilet ts nlb-lr. g moses. INDIANOIA, TEXAS, Is constantly in receipt of new Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, ETC., "Which he cfsrs at the lowest pricos. Give ñu a uiu; uo trouble to show poods. I have a regular buyer in New Orleans w&tchiug all desirable opportunity* to purchase At the lowest ratee at sheriff's, bank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 3 April 1871

-V .'1 f gaüañtia §nll|íia C. A. OOSBril Y * JOHN HtMKY and Proprietor . Office oik fit. between Crockett nd Ward- r4- —i * Sir The Weeki* Bcli.etin 1 . published M m tru mxii jmbWhj* * genc| J!y oj tld* interested in the t gittMto omlrt^lr' #r«at xzrrJ #£&& íSTfof.- KJA^e^líl snpport tkm the I tuple of the Vest. np of a cummer iff the natnatand l*-t It AT K -4 0V A VB*TIPI 0. WUNlJtS. 3 1 no. [ ^il —— *.¡ÍT3Bij .f¡! -1 *1 - -jM 7 , 3 %-,j 10 * *i\ 13 ' 5 fl IB •i It It '4 U 2J ! 8 % V, II H 91 15 « áü 8() 2 MO*. 7 10 14 18 M tt> 30 "31 3H 4-; 7Ó| loo} 3 xo. ] M> 20 •r 30 33 <0 45 50 5¿ •JO 140 Citó. í VB. % 23 35 30 i 3C VI 65 *8 75 8Ú CO 95 ÜÚ 105 u IV? lJZ lío ls5 250 The lirrXL-ny, having an externare oiwcu- atiiw Ibrowtkwtrt all Western lux**, offer tlie igyat-d inducement* f<# advertir ^nerallv. p', W R«<M)ntm, of HalletsviU*,' is agent ft r tl e UriXKm ia Lavaca comatj, BIOSDA Y,, APKIL 3, 18«. See Notice i Of Trnatecft.Sule oí valoaWo property to be so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 3 April 1871

ár 02 3IOJIDAT, APRIL 3, 1971. Thanks To Foemt Boj le of tho Steamship Thos. Iíelso, fof late paper . The S« hr. Jfcllie Cnwelt, Crorrell, ht rapidly loading for New York and will have despatch. Woodward Brothers, agents. Thanks To Pursers Do Pas and Colby, of tho Morgan line of steamships for late papers. The flue Steamship fct. Mary, Capt. Hawthorn, will leave for Sew Orleans direct this day at 2 o'clock, p. m. The Bill To incorporate the Inclianola Colored Be- novolent Association has passed both houses of the Legislature. A k°<><! «-liance To establish business in Yictoria. See adver- tisement of Mr. John Fitz Gerald, who wishes to dispose of his stock in trade. Hardware Of everj description at Warn & Tayne's whole- sale and retail. This firm is also tho solo and only authorized agents for the St. Louis Charter Oak Cooking stove. Fine Baiiiii Have fallen within the Iant few days, giving a new impetus to vegetation. Vegetables are a (.umlaut and cheap. Parser Chati t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 3 April 1871

glül THE OLD HOHKSTKAD. AU! bere ft is that <Wr oM place : n«rhHnjr vl through all these years; How like «*tae sreet familiar tice My childhood buice appears. The grand old tr«v* beside tlie door, Stiü *:>rv* tlieir i.ranchiss wide; "tu. ritcr wander* as of yore, V, i h lii-tfnf bills look green and gay. Tlii tttweri blooming' wild, Acd everything looks glad to-day. A* when 1 Wits a child. Regard! ** hour the years had flown. lislf wmilering J stand, I <-Atc.:. no fi nd, endearing tone, I rlnsp no 'rlwuily hand; I think my mother's «miles to meet, 1 list my fatiier'i call. T to bcir my brother's fleet • orne Is* r.miing through the hall; J'u' tilencc all arotted me r.-igns, A chit! troeps through ®y hv-.irt— Ko frac of those I lore rtaaiii*, A I'd tc,u< unhidden start though the sunbeam* fall as fair, S\ 1:; 111 O'ljfh lite budding Cowers flill b«*l tht-ir fragance on the air, AVitbin life's golden boars; 5V; loving one* that cluster her* i'hi se . !!« may not restore; V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 10 April 1871

¿í V rn-iT / vol y. HOTELS. QLOBE J^PUSE— MRS. E. E. PLATTE, Propmktbrss. (At tho foot of the Wharf.) lüUiüftU, Tmxab. Th" traveling community aro rúrtpeclfülly in- vitad t rail. Accommodations excellent an<l al! Jut* attention paid to Kueats. Terina moder- ate. tff BAGHAOE carried t« and [ffam the Steaimhtps FREE Ob' CHARGE. HP MISCELLANEOUS iNDIANGLA, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL lOv 1871. •i • « 'frii'-iVlt--i(1/-Ti n i ii i in ; i NO. 6. s TOOK NOTICE. All persons are hereby cautioned and forbidden from celling, driving. skinning and penning, or in any manner interfería with my cattle and hor*e stock, tearing mv brand* and marks, m published tn the Corpus Christi Adv ertiser, Nue- ces Valley. Goliad Guard, Brownsville Ranchero, and Sentinel newspapers ; unless holding my written authority, ngaed by myself or my author- ized *g,> tits, ,,, ire •« ( -?«T REUBIN HOLBEIN* * THOS. SfeYUOK. \ONOLIA HOUSE- g| Jffri. Carter, Pboprietbe.sk. TMe house having been thoroughly repaired, is onc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 10 April 1871

t • indianola ItalteiitJ. W-TT-- j< - ' C A H cUVVX * JOttS HC.RÍ IROW , J'iltor ami Proprietors*- 4S- ' e <> St. AvMvtcb Creí^tt r j- T-at Vwu Buuxmi is published ?■--■? M'T.dav morning. Subscription, $3 per wri, U. H." currency, or it* e<;v.ival«nt in coin. i#*abl<- i 14 «lvtnn. 'Single copies, 10 cants. fh I'nn m* is published at the commercial fii¡xiiuni of Western Texas. of tbix great section we deeply • T-ted in tbe buildinj; up of i commercial j Indianola, it being the natural and le- . .'ii/ ttc outkt for the productions and grout of this Western Empire. To advocate th'it great interest' wiil be onr daty, and we k f'.r a hearty «ad cordial support from the |>. o^Ie of tba \t e s. , A tfTERTtlllfi. DIVISION OF THE STATE IE L.EG RA P or on est T ATEST MARKETS. dose of tfc«/*ar*t9!-now-í- tOCi* New Oki-eass, April 4. MM 14} to H|c u ¡mu. C xo. .1| ± 3 H 7 *fl 10 4* !• 6 Jh""M 25Orante, tbe present jonier;—thence down tie 35 ,£io Grande to its month and up tbe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 10 April 1871

pía . C£> MONDAY, XPJKXk 10, 1871. t'Iíf cots SS£?fEs " Pnmr "SF llkcron, Of tii * Morgan Line, willpicase accept thank for lato pipera. l. AarhaOriihurg ti Co. Have just received an irrveica of um«ie*i ln- hfi cuueuts of evorv kind. W« learn ¿ rom CoL Gustar Schleicher that the track laying will commence next week, which will terminate the road to Victoria. Look títtk tot the locomotive 1 Found. In the Post-office a Key with doable flange, used on trunk* of immigrants. The' owner can .find the same by applying to this office. Sir. John Payne, Of ihe firm of Warn 4 Payne, hardware mer- chants of tliia city, returned from Goliad yester- day. Mr. Payne says the farmers are yeiy much enconr&gcd with the prospect of the crops. "Thank*, TttPurwer Wilbur, of the Steamship Hutchfn son, Capt. Talbot. This magnificent steamer sails this afternoon for New Orleans, via Gal- veston. > Dog*. Tlione owning dogs should pay their license. "The ''dug wh.ii" is about, and the pound is alrea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 10 April 1871

mPOHJ A*T DISCOYBHT. According to the Dnbnqne Times, a notable discovery wna recently mode by pi i o workman employed on the Dubuque hritl Minn*£Gtii Railroad, who. in digging rje.n the base of a cliff tirar Eagle l'oint, -a large equnre stone in tbfir «ray. J'hey recoTed it end fotind a Jsrge vanlt j • xti'ijilinfl horizontally info the bluff*, ft^ro which a Mrram of eold air blew so *j«d< Btly «H to extinguish lights held at tin- (ntrnnre. Five men entered the vault, nud went through a passage which was ( bout four feet wile. and htgli •nnngb to l<-t one walk tbrotigh it by foojj?rg ¡ jitth . Wlwn the p^rty bad JT; fffded nbont fifty feet, they' found nfiother stone in their way, behind which u' a flight of Hl<n¡e>tepB leading down a distance of about t u feet, nud whan this bu 1 been descended, a chamber, twenty- j'ive ieet square by twenty feet high, -and cut from tbe («olul rock was found. The floor was hard and smooth, and by the dim light of tbc eandlcs tbe / had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 17 April 1871

-3*3flqnaMNi THE INDIANOLA i VOL. V. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. NO. 7. hotels. G lobe house— SS. E. E. PLATTE, rnoPRicxuEss. (At the foot of fbe Wharf-) Ijowanola, Texas. The traveling oommnnity arc r.-spertfiilly in- Tití-<1 to «all. AeeammuutiniM t-xeellent "and all duo attention p i«l to guests. Term moder- ate ayB.VOO*GE carried t« and {from the Steamships FREE OF CHAKOrE. M agnolia house- Mrs. Carter, PltOPRIETIiESS. miscellaneous. "This huuse having l>oon thoroughly repaired, is once more open for tho accommodation of .both transient and permanent boarders. Terms miKlerate. India nula, March 18, 1S71. E xterprise;hotel-- Mr . A. M. McGbew Proprietress, Front Street lndianola Texan formerly known a the 1*. Kmitli HoteL Tbe house han "been thoroughly renovated and put in readiness for the accommodation of tran- sient and permanent boarders. Baggage cajried to and from the steam- ers and car* free of cikaa1^ bov2(i-ly-no7twA w-tf otock SOnCE. All ppfMii are h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 17 April 1871

( ewr* Tux Wese* it Dcu mx m Honda? i morning. CH ABLr.S A. Editor and OflU* MBt.A, iMtwMB Crockett snA WiM pniiiii* li | HÜ BnbacripHon, 13 per '""■•ft itt lutiiTfClfr nttl/fiC COpt^U, l'J WMTB. The Brixj.Ti! ie_pnMit¿ií <l at i&r;Xoirtiiiereial emporium i f Wwstern Tew. The citizens generally «f hfc great" section mre deeply interested m the building up of a commercial mart at imlianola, it being tlie natural and le- gitimate cod -* frr the productions and great resources of this Western Empire. Tp advocate theae great istertuli will be ouf duty, and we look lee a hearty and cordial aupport from the people of the V eat. I SOU IATII OF ADVERTISING. | 1 ho. | a mo. f 3 mo. •>« ' [ G MO. t 1 IE. u 4 II I Su 28 2* H in9 If $ 7 $ 10 4 18 $ 25 10 15 tti 35 14 20 30 45 18 V> SB 65 22 30 42 G5 tt S6 48 75 90 4 54 85 U 4* GO 95 38 60 CG 105 « 55 72 115 90 125 175 100 140 ras 250 WTlie Bvixete*, baying an extensive clrcn- •tion tbronahont nil Western Texan, offers the Rieateat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 17 April 1871

.¿i*r taáiaflala l^iUldia. CHARLES' A. OG5BURY, £CM«r «sí Proprietor. FORT OV IIDUSOL1. AUKJVKS. A pril #.—S S Austin, Brown. Atchafala; T. J I'oole. Carpo X- Offlw on «t. A, iKitweeii Crockett «ad W n>. 85r¿T' In* Weekly Bulletin is published pr -ry "ati.May Síi>i*nin¿-. Suí scr¡i>tlon $3 80 per ar.r.flm IT. c«l rwney, or its equlv.tlent In coin, payable In advance. ' single copies 10 cents. K ATES OF ADVEKTISIKG. IXlHucK L\ —(CUBREXC X.% mqnthb h 1 mo. | 8 mo. f S MO. I fi MO. J 12 MO INCH. 1 |i | 4 * 7 $ 10 « 16 i y 7 10 15 24 3 1! Ml 14 20 SO * li 14 18 25 5 II it: 22 30 42 « ti in 2 35 46 7 1! 22 30 40 54 8 II to at 45 60 lí 28 3m SO 60 1« II 31 42 55 72 13 li 55 TO 90 125 at) y «0 100 140 185 25 35 45 96 I Í6 £ 105 115 175 250 ____ 1 Tjie I'vlletin, having an extensive cir- culation throughout all \Vcutera Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB P B I 3. X I * Q. SucU as Pamphlets, Blanks, Cards, Briefs, Fu- neral and other notices, execut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 17 April 1871

- - • i«*L Mother, > l>: Thiflrone bj-'Mie ther at! pawed away, to f«me And hew me, tou, through the Gotten (inte. —* t. it '* Are, ■'s face. ve left me, I see them too. Luck ¡by {¡own at ine throngh the azure skies. ■5; Vft* ¿ií ii,: !* &£ When the e slanting A ií'"'Í of molten A . biMV - -oft Willi rftheiettlnfm create. ¿2 ■ reaches ar ear: ' "*e«t waltl glAllwe,áttlte<¿ Mei>«ate." It tin i! e n:a moves n«tk in the Autumn sky, Aid rfw- h uxrs their branch** all lot>nlt«, l±ijkM that L like the^-Kil) «lie. At^>¡ U'jny rest through the tioldea Gate. Hon. Jiuur* Arautroif, IV soctfc-essti rn Tessa, lisa teen pot forward by sen ral Democratic papero aa a candidate' l« r Cengs*** frotn that District. Mr. Arawt ovg la* lifted rti lease yeara, waste lite Congress of tl «- Old lUjuiMic, in the first State Conven- tion of ltiS- lon* in the State Senate—was a Ink* n.iu during the war—in aome of the Be- < ••i.o'trtK-fion bodies since—and haa therefore had a feryo ope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 25 April 1871

THE X «wt te T^- 1 "• 7 vol y. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, I87L no. 8. HOTELS. G lobe house— MBS. E. 12. PLATTE, PnorBirraass. (At the foot of the Wharf ) Ixdurou, Texas. 77,^ traveling oommnnttT are r.">*pectfnlly in- Yi ri1 tn cull. Accommodations excellent nnfl «11 rlnt attention paid to guests. Term modér- ate. 0T BAfWMOK carried ta and (from the Btcinuhipfl FREE O if* CHARGE. M a030lia house— Mrs. Carter, P«op*nETBE8S. This house having been thoroughly repaired, in once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18,1371. E 7NTEKPBISE HOTEL— Mrs. A. M. MoGaaw Proprietress, Front Street Indianola Texas, Formerly known as the P. Smith Hotel. The house has been thoroughly renovated and put iu readiness for the accommodation of tran- acieut and permanent boarders. S®. Baggage carried to and from the ateam- ers *nl cars free of charge. | no\2G-ly-no7twiw-tf qULF hotel— E. SEEDEB, PnorBiKToa. ÜAia BTaKT. ISDIA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 25 April 1871

«SWISS US i 1 WMISGELLASEOI S É£ HIC. <C H ARUEfi A "O C S B XJ-R Y, ^¿itytyJ FroyríetT. • <•« • St. A. btiwfttt Crtíkett a«l Ward jar Tm Waui * uxnx • . pabUahed rvrrr Honda) morning. Hnbacription. $3 per, «i.imiü, U.-8. cun^ncy, «r Rs«jwalrniin etrtn piviMr in uinnee. Sinfcle copien, 10 ce* ts. "the BriXEtJSi publishedatíhecommcrcial rmporram of Western Texw. Tbí citten • earralhr of this rrrest section are deeply interested la the bntldmf níp oí • euwmeraal inLrt U Ladianci*. rt brtng thensícral and ..ifimate outlet for ths production*i *nd great ip-onrces of tbi* Western Empire. To advocate tln-ee great toterwM will be onr detv, and we look «to a bearer and cordial rapport tro Mh> 1-eople of the Weal. ; " KATKI OV AOTKBTII1I6. || 1 MO.! 2 mo. | H'ixnui. .141 2 II 3 U 4 S 8 H «0 1I )«> H 15 B TO II 8 so. I C wo. ! 1 TB. 4 * . 1 t 10 t 18 1 25 7 10 15 24 35 10 14 20 30 45 13 18 25 30 55 16 22 30 42 65 19 26 35 48 75 22 30 40 54 85 T> 9t 49 00 95 2ft & m (ifi W$ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 25 April 1871

1 CHARLES A. OGSBURY, Editor and Proprietor. Ofllee on St. A, btt «f Crockett and Ward. The Wuilt Bulletin' U published Saturday Morning. Subscription $3 SO per annum C. 8. culrency, or its equivalent in coin, payable in advance. single eopic* I# cents. RATES OF ABVERT4ÍISC. JS WEEKLY—(CURHEKCY.) MONTHS It 1 HO. i 2 MO. | 3 MO. 1 6 MO. j 12 MO INCH. 1 H u 4 II 6 ft * II " I 10 II 15 II •*) II 4 I 71 10 I 18 I 25 «l 15 24 35 10 14 f 10 30 45 13 18 23 :« 55 Mi «1 30 42 1! •J6I 35 48 75 '« :<0 40 54 tr, 34 1- 45 60 95 •J8 SS | 50 KG 105 31 42; 55 7i 115 ■ TO SJ 125 175 80 | 100 | 140 185 250 ««- The Bulletin, having an extensive cir- culation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greate-t inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING. *XH-h as Pamphlets, Blanks, Cards, Brief , Fu- neral and other notices, executed w ith neatness and dispatch. TUESDAY", APRIL «5, 1871. ¡¡¡rTry San Domingo Bitters. I'nTurrit Colby and Dr Pas, Of the Morgan Line, will please accept thank for la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 25 April 1871

"i ír ^ tj:f. czar stamps tn>¿b foot this PaiRSIA CROSS. There in newg b«re frornSi. T'etersbnrg 1h >' Hie Cxar recently appeared ia pub- j'f vith theCroesol (be Legión of Hotior, iiistopil of the Prussian Croan, which lie ] :c ! { •! r worn. Hince that no PriiMiau «1'< <-r*iiuas are now bere to be seen iu tbi* r-iij. Tliia little circumi<tance bat rrmle«i n rery a^reeaMc: aensatioti now I i>tli among the people ¡tad nobleM. Iti*. innef history is said to be aa /••linas: J'i rcnllj, a* tbe world knows, the Czar J j*i< ).ifn all amity for its retitiona in lA rltn, ai d lias not concealed iu any ten- y< el l.ia gi od wishes for the welfare of although on tbe other side, and rrm in the army, old aohliern did not ) to declare that they would rather i «-lit. jii.Mh their aworda altogether than drew llu ra in tbe interest gt Prnsaia. Affet tl.e appearance of* the circular of < f I'rii.fe Gortfcbfckoff. denouncing tbe treaty of Paris the difference between thr ('...

Publication Title: Indianola Weekly Bulletin, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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