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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 19 October 1853

• Vi !4 / T. ¥á ^"7 VOL. 2. BROWN & BRADY, 3ndi anola Bulletin. Devoted to Commerce, Agriculture ato tlje Dissemination of ©cncral Jnformotion. " INDIANOLA, TEXAS, JOHN HENRY BROWN, EDITOR. INDIANOLA, TEXAS. WBDNBSDAT, : : OCTOBER 19, 1863. TERMS OF THE BULLETIN. Subscription Three Dollars per annum, if p id in advance; Three Dollars and Fiwv Cent if paid within wx month*, or Fovn Dollars if not paid until the e^pJiution of the year. Advertisements, not p«-eeding a square of ten lines or less, fir insertion One Dollar, and for • each subsequent insertion Fiftv Cents. One half these rhanfoi will be made U> il ~ advertise by tie year, with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business cards, if not more than one square, will be inserted for Ten Dollars per annum. AH advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions, otherwise they will bo continued until forbid, and charged accordingly. All communications must be addressed to the Pub* lishers, post paid. Ky- After thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 19 October 1853

£ rJL > * \ i, *V y* *• ' «a V*" >•* vV. *\ * \ Mf iS TRIBUTES OF RESPECT. The following wero accidentally omitted at the proper time. I. O. O. F. At a called meeting of the Western Texas Lodge, No. 28,1. O. O. F., on the 21st September, 1853, the following proceeding!) were had: Wiikkkah, it ha pleased the Almighty to re- move from our midst our beloved brother and V. G. JOHN II. CLARY, lleselvtd, That this Lodge attend tbé funeral of our beloved brother and V. G. in full regalia and mourning, and that the Lodge wear the uduul badge of mourning for thirty days. Rcsotted, That we deeply sympathise with our Sister, the partner of our departed Brother, in the irreparable logs she has sustained, and sincerely tru.u that the Father of the fatherless and Friend of the widow will temper the winds ot aHliction that they may be enabled to say "Thy will not inino be done." Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to our beloved Sister and a copy to the In- diauola Bulletui fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 26 April 1855

v r * r*TV" dfet* aht i*6i i where 1 they hav i plains; r fa the town, it < i nina. 0w like moment) j dream, i Dcholly ho b *" ■ \ ■ KzhkI INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. prtoiigMbia i to rale the 1 ublime; i Officers Who CHALK, ipper's agoiiig to EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. ITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, APRIL 26, 1855. NUMBER 4. CATCHING A ITAR. And And iwer i is Moe, in It boa Jd.OBce diSnday las Robbb ier to i sent. The A On j > rifles fop werei ton. Thei ©i*li feci ie ;tion Hiblie, thi Jol. a. L. I Micha he title limma, <narlo6i It is unJ ew Oourtl lation of I i April The Capd beatón whi caminada1 gainst the Itisstatet > explore a > Healejr, in 'stern I show ere'* no societyi®Unil3r. fy' som® yeare aSP> ™ earned on their infamous boldness Only equal to ithstanding the exer- cisers to enforce the into by this coun- e European powers of the vile trade—Her ighthave been seen Or dff the British fort of le and comparatively on the Gold Coast, eation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 26 April 1855

Mf vtra? EES •Con- fer the oonstruo- throagh oar Bute, in 0 main, s* ys: , saoh an extent benefit to tko than 1000, per or. perfectly 1 before in i iu town are ' really suffering for good i oh when will it rain ? tbjrus. "the rths 8ÜW «Charlee ) kindly file#, for and etill we •outhern behind Thiawe yearn, dry, the first number of a established in Houston, called Presbyterian." As its s organ of the Presbyterian i number before us evin- both in Itt "matter" and in its ty- il execution. Suooess to it. V* cell the particular attention of House- , lferohants and others, to the Card of Mr. . under the "Looal" head. 'A very, neat, and beautifol little sheet i the "Herald," baa made its appearance in , In place of the "Alamo Star." It i oar notion of a newspaper, but unfor- ' for the craft, there are but few of the un< i oo-Incide with us In opinion. The I well gotten up, and its articles, both ,ahow that it is conducted Pease's MÍ Ml m: réménto*—CioTi Letter. We hare read with great pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 26 April 1855

• - V" < 1 i > ti |Wtq. r the Indian ola Bulletin, Tkf btfebrii IT PBDIOATKD TO MBS. O. AND U18S "Highland Laddle." i %nd oh where tuve the OffloerS all >? ' gpne, they have gone ocrosa thé ' xaí plains; ' is the town, every thing how sad, b4 lone, if pleasant days are tlSao which Lit rains. flew like moments, when the Offieera i • tferehere, «OrlikXl< casing dream, too beautiful to last; &ow V melancholly hours seem each a year . Ajad tíwtoly delight ia in thinking of the past. How oriil aie the hearts of the men at ashington, "Who pr4 d to rule the land, With wisdom «sublime; To Bend too Officers where no glory could * *won, And whe (there's no society to pass away he tjme. And ob tiiefanely path wnioh those Officers mat take, The Gfreronept has made no arrangement for the mails: It's tin|i time Senator's to their duty should awike; Bat to $11 all cur sorrow^ ab, how little it uvailal 1 * tn all this dull lawn thoro is scarce left a beau— 'Our oidjam naeraen't is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 26 April 1855

«? • PÉNÁ AYETTE, MÍSS. impw ¡tííl.ii.'. fio ¡J® t* ¿< •••:• feblO-Iy VEItTS, ntt ■ : -spHP! nombre d d'1mpre**loner favorable, I Nouvelle Orléaiia, Mobile, ■ de.nombreo*«l i VOICES «ro'nt en tout i deivblteur* muí fret*. Do V1N 3KKVAÜX et de ■^AONIK ile MU- FEMALE ACADMMT, tSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. ider th nperlnteuletMB of «v. WM. I Lady, located 2« mile from Natchci Mt healthy ec- «* for acquiring >u. variuua English taught lu the beet Female Seminarle*, to- i, French, Mualc, Drawing, Ac. inatriictiuo i* conreyed nraoUoaily an well a* ÜMoieticaUy. being required to «peak and write, a« well h read the Xoadetnlo year 1* divided Into two Searion* of Ore month* cach. commencing on the lint Monday lu March and the Ant Mo«duy in October. Term* par I—«tan of i Months, payable in Advance. Boarding, icith Washing, lights and Fuel,.. |fli li TuUion In Prinuyry IMixirtmeut, '...2 DO " finSorat0rV 28 oí) SttUor " Y.'.'.'...'.'.'.'.'.20 00 EXTRA MiMeon Piano or Guitar ...|80 00 Frénoft,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 3 May 1855

♦ i " ,! A WIFE'S DEVOTION. by geo. s. raymond. The long and desperate struggle which had for years been carried on between tho Imperial Government of Brazil and the re- volted southern j*ovinces wa«> drawing to a close; and I, who for nearly five years bad been almost constantly on the wing, or, what amounted to about the same thing, ■on horseback, in the patriot service, was on my way to join my little Brazilian wife to whom I had been united some five months previously, and from whose side I had been summoned within three hour! after our marriage, to lead my command against a body of John Pedro Seguado's ¿anderos, who were committing depreda- tions in the neighborhood. I had been severely wounded in the side and shoulder, and what with the exposure in our wild, uncomfortable camp, the en- tire lack of proper medical and surgical «kill, and the slow fever which had for three weeks been oonsuming me, ray iron constitution had given way at last, and I was as near dead as a man co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 3 May 1855

Any receipt for rduly recognised by us. i of the aocept ourthanka for e fine steamships Charlee ¡ have kindly files, for —— I serersl ar- signatures, u>d A* that r who I* the f. Z.," only through eour- I, ws ihould <•. real name. Ws should , on other thsmes. been Mt yet I" was the met o*. when ite|>plnf Into our Well, really, If there ii anything rit. We have had no rala yet, ir* not lltely tobare any BocheMer (pirita, the flrst of i snob a drytttu of aBUn, how can • editorial*. Guoss we'll have i the pen* of oar contributors Kinney bu been Indicted for ha- aUty law* of the United States, and íéd for bis arrest. By-the-way, that the yarn whleh ha pan by the press, to the ef- sotd bis ranch at Corpus Ohrlstl to •100,000, Is without foundation. A , or any other company with tliat amount jst, would probably want a little larger spot ' than Is enbraoMl In the Colonel's ranch. - - —. Victoria Advocate, has been r of rain,—Oh, happy man 1 would wise." M>fe*a congratulate our n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 3 May 1855

> >■ ■* ' h555é V, 1 f r l«road Convention at Halletsville. ' The "Railroad Convention wi*a held at Hallots- tille, on the 12th of April, 1856, according to pre. . ' rioua notice. ' V' Hon. F. M. White, of Jaokson county, was *. '«called to the chair, and G. B. Billups appointed .JÜ Secretary. . f • Delegates Present. * Lavaca Cowity.—JohuaE. Martin, I. A. York, 21. Jones, S. B. Dicerson, Kinoher Mayo, A. Tur- , * Jier, L. T. Harris, I. J. Foster, J. "W. Maulding, . W. A. East, W. J. Howerton, A. W Hicks, Dr. Hudnall, T. H. Hawks, R. Heath, "W". McElroy, fi. Dunban, E. M. Bennett, Dr. Obamblis and I. Oastello. Jackson County.—F. M. "Whité, J. S. Menefee, F. F. Wells, B. J. White, D. Dennett, T. F. Roy- Bter, J. D. Breckenridge, W. B. Gayle, M. K. Simmons, G. R. Billups, Isaao Brugb, D. E. Crós- land and E. B. Cail. Calhoun County.—D. J. Baldwin, Honry L. Jones and J. J. Holt. T. J. Watters, and B. M. Odum, of De Witt county, B. Shropshire of Fayette, W. B. Perry, Mr. Dardon an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 3 May 1855

•" ■ ■ " ?;,v •a-i m &*;Ó. ISNr^. ?pi. (of Rut. WM. i for acquiring various English Seminaries, to W i ^ '• mm** ............. . . . • . S MflV " :'il'iié p«róát 'lilmóítiá prt*. , Manic, Drawing, Ac. Instruction tcticftlly as well v theoretirally, >«MkWl write, m well it* read d into two Sessions of Are the flrst Monday In March r In October. of 0 Months, payable la Advtaoo. i Washing, ¡Aght and fuel,.. $02 5 Imaty /MpartmmU, SO (HI •parator// " 32 SO iior " 26 00 Senior " 20 00 EXTRA. Piano or Guitar, fAO OA 10 00 PaMlng 10 00 Work, b (h) must in all caw* be maile In advance, unleM i dispensed with by special agreement wllh the Hoarder will furnish their own towels, combe I haro their apparel plainly marked. ed for a shorter period than one Session, made tor absence, unten In c.hmv of pro- All pupila who do not attend directly from ird In the Institution. eee Annual Catalogue, or addrei* leblO-ly MISSISSIPPI. [leaned for a term of years thew able Mineral i ...... that ha ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 10 May 1855

vJw w 7 v. * • . V • mt 3nOianola Bulletin INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALR, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, MAY 10, 1855. fa tjj? íaK . .TliT mmf NUMBER 6. I •* . •i. r If 9' I Mtúú €ú. ~ ~ m ~ m ^ . M. m m * * m From Bentley's Mlsoellany. THE MERCHANT'S WAR . the merchant. Il is veritably reported of a certain an- cient philosopher, that one summer's day he took with him a large flask of Venice glass into the sunshine, and, filling it with the rays of light, corked it up, and carefully enwrapping it in the ample folds of his cloak, took it incontinently to his cell, expect- ing thnft1, t>v the arrival of night, he might use it as a substitute for his lamp! Disap- pointment was of course the only result he obtained by the experiment. As difficult have other men found it to catch and confine the subtle rays of beauty. Lattices, jalousies, and d« rk chambers have alike proved useless and unavailing, and the beams ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 10 May 1855

— MMWMMMMMMM MARSCHALK, EDITOR, — .MAY 10, I860; AND OF AOVIRTItlNOl f in *drano«. f tqaare, *t ton Hum, $1.00-. millim. fifty mat . i made to yearly adrarttim, aad on >tb OftriladÓflatier PusphMj, BUnlu, Owd., Brief*, Funeral sad - via É MMM—fllilféHriili itjk bUiltlWI |MHr> WHt be addr«*eed to the *ed with Hile i publisher, pott paid. t. J. W. PAIGE, ta our authorized Thav- BLUro Aonrr, fcr this State. Any receipt for money paid to htm will be duly recognized by us. , the obliging clerk of the Steam- ■hip Mexico, will pleaee accept oar thanks for filaa,oflate Now Orleans papera. > Pursers of the fine steamships Charles i, Perseverance and Louisiana, have kindly us with fall New Orleans files, for which we are much Indebted. SaaATUM.—We made a mistake In our table of exporta last week. We should haye put Octo- ber 7th Instead of March 7 th; no mistake how- i 1a the figures. fa had a slight shower of rain on Tuesday and yesterday morning, not however to do mttoh good. IV We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 10 May 1855

i# fe f3S** The following oztracts are IVom the spo- tíal correspondence of the N. O. Picayune, and duty not be uninteresting: Vera Cruz, April 22, 1855. I have only disagreeable news to give you, as the manifest object of this government is to ruiu trade to the root, and if Mr Marcy does not find this out at last and put a stop to it without delay, American and foreign trade generally must perish. Talk of grievances and outrages of Cuban au- thorities, they are nothing to what daily happens in this unhappy country, which seems doomed by the Almighty to perish miserably. It is truo they do not Are into our vessels, but they measure them all of a sudden 40 or 50 per cent, higher than before, against which no remon- strance avails This is no small item, as tonnage and water duty is $1 to $5 per ton. A good many foreign merchants have told me, as well here as in the interior, that they would thank God if they could loave to-day with half the capital they possessed two years ago,, as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 10 May 1855

EMÍT6 PLACES. «««>«««■ •o generally PRADAT and her ion JOHN smile distant from the village i ltt of Ha tor the recaption _ _ o well IMM to need an ex- r many years the popularity of the eetab- «eadfly Increasing. The many natura* theOneet water prospecta on the It water as It «ow from the favorably the many visitors the surrounding oonntry. SatWaaSKSiS and fitted up, and BAIL BOATS will stnrtoeef the visitors, free of charge— I at any time I'BAND of New Orleans may be expected twice erery week l> at the QRKKN 0AK8, are requee u of the Human, Who wlU land Mr weak.. the Hotel ....TERMS... ....$io no Per Day.... .9 00 |3F* Children and Servants, half prloe. feblO-Iy FAYETTE, MISS. M HOTEL DES CHfiNES. VERT8, M ■ BILQXI, MISS. /IRTE magnifique residence d'été, el bien connue dañe 1* V leBud-Oumt, aourla diroctlon de Madame ELIZABETH PRADAT et de mu flU JOHN 1) PRADAT, eltuée á envlroi an n^Ke da Tillage de Blloxl, «era ouvert aux visiteurs 1« er JOIN ciIENEB VERT8 eont trop bien o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 May 1855

Ilie lnMatiola Bulletin 1 IIS INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NÉUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK, ===!= EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND ífíOfRíferOH ''' ' '" 1 V 1 'i jfccste* ► m VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, MAY 24, 1855. t Itanms €ule. Mehomiah i'lur kins' visit to the City of Notions. Nehimah Flufkins was one of those unfortunate specimens of the genus homo, t-liat seem by some acci- dent to have barely oscaped shooting up out of the ground in the form of a cabbage, and to have been born with all the outward semblance of humanity. Spite of his awful green- ness, Flufkins was an obsorvant chap, anxious to look about the world, and to use his own words, be 'some pumpkins.' He came to Boston one day to see the elephant, and inno- cently suffered all m.anner of tricks to be played on him, such as paying twenty-ñve cents to go inside the Common, the charge made by a cun- ning boy, who discovered that Fluf- kins had 'just come down.' Anoth- er of the 'b'hoys,' who had received his cue from t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 May 1855

tllffak g^s, v ITlMMO: r advertí * , and on Urtefa, Funeral and i ueatDCM and despatch. ;;sWiflya of the Steam- our thanks for ,ve klnilly Orleaps flies, for bUkL 4 wfy*rr Kw «w I k Putnam will plean prfcea earront, forwar- war in the Crimea is thewnowr^ngJn W' ■y. arose be composed and a number of papers con- Press, in regard to the reduo- >t prices of setting type. The Mitral ground maintained prices—tlionoe the rumpus liig, and sarcastic arti- the ootam of the Allied Picayune, and respondod to Several attacks of a violent been made against the edi- and it is feared by many warfare may end ssriously. ley Expedition. dispatch from Philadelphia, of tho HI) ney bas arrived hero, and has been in the sum of $4000. It is statod _ to sail for Central America, <Wtth-a*ms^unmunitkin, and threehundred men on bmii, and would Mil on the 10th inst. .' K* teiidor our most sincero thanks to tho oiti- hefts of Texana , for the hospitalities extended to «1. oóéáslou of our Tate visit that de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 May 1855

Total Prohibition in Coryell County. GATES VlLLE, April 28, 1855. A mass meeting was lield by the citi- fcjns of Coryell county—Montgomery, Esq., was called to the Chair, and J. H. Coliard elected Secretary. On motion of "Russell, Esq., a committee of ten were appointed to draft resolutions, to be reported immediately, expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following gentlemen were appointed—D. Franks, A. Franery, N. M. Edwards, D. Farley, liussel. Esq., Friend, .T. II. Coliard, L. II. Allen, J, L. llanes, Montgomery, Esq., which com- mittee reported the following resolutions which, were adopted, to wit: "WutuEAs, We regard intemperance as being tho greatest evil of the ago in which we live—as subversive of the dearest ties that bind society together—setting man at variance with his fellow-man—as being the prolific source of vice, crime and misery— as blunting the moral susceptibilities of our nature, and as being at war with every principle of morality, virtue and religion. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 May 1855

M -f ■Si lata- and Sirvan u, ha* prtee. hblS-Iy ÍESVEHTS,^ rélidence d'étó, (I Men eennne daiM I ola direction de Marfan KL1SABITH I «on flK JOHN B PRAOAT, iltu4e á enilrot vlSagede Blloxl, «M ouvert aux VWMinii Nouvelle- BíTMB dMVlllMari NU1I I SAf reUe-Orléansesten i par seinaluc. • | ur« qui favorable .> Orlóani, Mobile, J '1,! da Bv VIM .«i "' ■! ■ '1 >/. d« 3HKVAUX at des COMI'AUMK da MU< ait engagde, at au peut i'at- deicendre nux OllKNKfl VERTS, lea capitaine* da bateaux, qui lee • I'llOtfl. MTIONB: Par eamalna <4 j,La*cnhiia et lee domestique! peront aimoltli prlx, -.« —!■>.>j—.-.¿.ni, ; „.. un, n imii". , t hi LINGS, MISSISSIPPI. ring leased fur A term of yean these and highly valuable Mineral na fully Informe the public that he hai commodious Hotel for the recaption of CW> lent and transient boardara. During the pact winter éxtenulre addition hare been made to the hotel, and no effort hae been epared to make It In the highest degreelcon- vantent and co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 May 1855

h 'm t. 0he Jnblanola jBilletii INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL ANDREW MARSCHAIK, VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, MAY 31, 1855. Mrteii to. THE STUDENT AND THE MASTER, A Passage in the Life of Napoleon. At this period, of tlio consulate, a certain Abbe Bossu (I believe that was his name) examined the young men who were to be admitted as stu- dents in the Polytechnic school. Though not the only examiner, his veto was all-powerful. One day, when first consul was about to start on a hunting excur- sion, the aid-de camp on duty, as he crossed the court at Malmaison, per- ceived a handsome, gentlemanly young man, leaning against one of sentry-boxes at the gate, and looking anxiously at the chateau. The aií de camp, M. de Lacuee, approached him, and politely asked mm if he wanted auy one. The young man, without looking at the person who addressed him, replied— 'Ah! sir, I have a wish, which ev- ery one I have consulted tells me it is impossible to gratify; and yet I shall die if it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 May 1855

81, 1866. ¡wjfó .«A |) <> V &c. ioaooo dt, Brtifs Fiinnl ■ 1' tith this l to Ib* pubUiliar, port paid. , ta oar authorised Tbav Any receipt for i duly recognized by us. of the Steam- , wtll plewe aooept our thanks for .i. ,i— the fine ateamahlpe Charlea and Ixrataiana, hare kindly fell New Orleana files, for 1 mnoh indebted, Borne wDtal and maltona individual, not tar of Gol Mr the low of troth to has circulated a report throughout the ~ of the land, to the effeot that oboiera raging aa an epidemic in Indianola. Now, not to be mealy about It, we «imply pronounce the itter a tie, We haw not had, we are an indhrjdoal oaae of the Cholera with* precincts of our city, thin year. on 0j¿ (jermon citizen of be grave digger—died. He had, well oiT (n the worldly goods, aingularly choaen that at a meana of support and it. Alter having dug the gravea for Who had died in thW neighborhood for ber of yean, tho old man at length gave bóét and became a tenant of ono of thoae lonely narrow ...

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