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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 2 May 1871

i I BULLETIN, VOL V. HOTKLS. nlobb house— 2IItS. E. K. I'E.VXTK, I'iwiktetrkss. , At the foot of tin: Wharf.) India:cola Texas. m Tin' trawling ''onimniiitv arc rc-apeetfully in- vited t<> call. AcroinnniilaHonB excellent nn<l ¡jit j,„. .itteution paid to «ncsta. Terms moder- ate. «7T Ti \(Wr VOP, carrifl t# ind {from the FREE O/ CílAKííE. ÜaiíWi MISCELLANEOUS. 2 I'OCK NOTICE. s All per>oas are hereby cautioned ami fortiiilden ■ from •selliuji, driving.-Winning auit penning, or in any manner interfering: wi;h my cattle and horse stock, t>earlug my brajidi warks, as published in the Corpus Chrlsti Advertiser, Nue- ces ValleV, Goliad Guard, Brownsville Ranchero, and Sentinel newspapers; unless holding my written authority, ¿igueJ hjr myself or my author- ized agents, REÜBIN HOLBEIN & THOS. BEYKOX. ]yf AGNOI.IA HOUSE— Mri. Carter, A_i PliOl'ItlETKESS. This lioii.it.- having been thoroughly repaired, ..nee more <>!><■!! f"r the accommodation of >th tran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 2 May 1871

IfisáiaBflla THE RilLWAT P1CTWTIE8 OK V. J stkh% TtTXAS. „ „ — , | CHARLES A. ogsbury. Cdilor and Proprietor. | Jg&ic.iOB, m&kiog i :ii)d yicturia roads, uliitio OMrc on ttt. A, bitwn a Crockett an«l W'ar.l The iNPIAÜOU BrULETtX is published even ToimUv moj-iúu;r. Su^ription, |H üíl in-.r *r.núm. I'. !•. -urr«-rM-y. or its ct|i i jl(iil in coin, payable in advance. Síuk'*5 copies 10 ceut . ADV EUTISISC payable R ATE8 OF (IN I'. fv CCRRKXCY.) One square, (one inch) flr>t insertion, 41.50, e.tch *abv-fiuent insertion. $1.00. HO.NTHS iscn. l 2 3 t| i mo. f S mo. Í 3 mo. | « «O. I.I2J* r.'li i: i Railroad *!&.< now reached the connection with tho Lavaca it with the old San j Antonio and Mexican Gnif railroad, now con- solidated niider the cognomen of Gi'LF, West- i."bx Tkxas and Pacific Railroad- T'.ia i:n- portant artificial highway of travel and com- m rce, which is now reaching ont its iron arms toward the setting sun is destined at no dis- tant day to change materi...

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

^Mv-ivob 3Mlftin. y CHARX.rS A OOSBURY, tiUlnr auii Proprietor. Cfflcíí an St. A. between Crockett anil Wnri. TCEBDAT, MAY 3, 1«J. Try San Doininco liitfc-rs. Parser Colby, Of the Morgan I.iuo will accejt our tlianks for 1st favor? . Pnrwr D Of the Morgan will accept our thank fur late favor . Dr. Thiirber, Onr paralar dentist will leave £he city in a f.-.v dav^for the west, bnt will return again to hid post in two or throe weeks at farthest. FlWiin/ Season l< exet.-Ucnt. Tront, re;l tl. li, sheep head i ud r.U other varieties aro caught daily in grrat numbers hy lovers of the sport. The market is now stocked every moruing. I>. II. Kcg:n Han received a complete stock of goods in liia "line of business aud ihc ladies can get all tiiey whmh in the dry goods line. Gentlemen's summer clothing, hats, hoofs, shoes etc., of every description. Wl Depot At Or. .1. M. Ilenss drug store on Main Street. Arrangements have been made to receive all the most popular magazines and periodicals ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 2 May 1871

11TTLK BOY BLUE. When the coro Be Ms and meadows Are MtflM with the dew. With lite flrst im*t fkidbw Wulli little Boy blue. And the Nymph* and the Grace* Still gleam on bis eje . And the kind fairy fares Look down from the skies ; And a secret revealing • f life within lire When fee Tin* jjeet feeling In moeicilttrife ; A winding and wearing In flow ers and in tr r«, A testing nnd heaving In sunlight and breew; A striving and soaring. A gladncw and grace. Make liin kfceel half adi rins To Uod in the place. 1 hen «mill the lire .shadow Of Inmlw at their plav Where the Kine scent the meadows With breath like the May. lie stái'd in the splendor That waits on the morn. And a music more tender Distils from his horn ; And he weep*, he rojoircs. He pray* ; nor in Tain, For Jo?ing voices Will answer again ; And the Nvmphs and the Gracrj FtiJl gleam through the dew, And kind fairy faces Watch little Blue Boy. THE TEXAS PACIFIC Tlie Texas Pacific,or Southern Pacific, i b it is jxrliups more f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 16 May 1871

A VOL. T. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1871. mn. r**5fc "Vf.ÉÉ BOTEUk i LOBE HOUSED " " " " STItS. E. K. PL ATT K, PSóp'áirrteEss. i At tbe foot of the Vfhiit') '< ' ' • ■ <•, /i / 1j ; j j ■j I>BÍAÑoLA, Te^Alff Th" traveling corni-jvptty arc. Jrospectfnlly in- T-tp'1 call. Accommodations excellent nnd all duo attention paid to gnesta. Terms modrr- ate. . ,. «SrTtVWH/il rarrie-l * *nd 'from tbe Steamships FREE Or' CHARGE. VONOI.TA HOUSE— M rs. Carter, MISCEMflffrEOÜB.a u«r*nr > 2¡^SCl^ANEOtfS. OTEELfi V ^fLLlTvlj^S1' o •*/ it ,a ■wr**'i | ft 9k. ' M JUI* U¡m John. n-Uitcra i^Co,) t -«miMT Atiba «MMa «*4- COAHriSSION MESCHAte * cll-3m. Ck>ioíE2aÉ*án¿sTj Sai /r f t J^ISE AS^SUTTO^^gsfc^ INDIANOLA BiaTUÍcvf, íli Isdiasola, Texas. Proprietoess. Thishotis" having been thoroughly repaired, jh <inor niov" o¡jf-n for thft acnom inflation o| bi'th transient and permanent boarders. 'iVrnt- inod'-rate. Indianola, March IS, 1S71. pUIVATE BOAR91NG HOUSE, by SIRS. S. t. i&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 16 May 1871

I I 'Dnáiaaoín Ifwttdia. charles a. ogsbury, OHire am St. A, Miren CiMk«t and W ri emy annum payable ta advance. 'Single caitas 1Scents. RiYBI «f * f«l*l I«S. <«* r. & cctwkkct.) One («M lack) int insertion. $14 ; each sabaeqpent >—ertimi, $1.001 Konnl > ml j sua t sua is to * 100 14B fu | IS no M * M 35 an e as SB 4 <5 48 75 M 85 DO <6 tt JOB It 115 1«S 175 186 250 mgr The Bulletin, kiftag an extensive eir <■'iTSti— taronghoat all Wwtm Texna. tfcrt the t.aautt MuMaeaU to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, fetch u Letter Jting Cai neatness and dispatch e. W HaMlMtaa, of HaBetaville, ia agent for the firunu ia Lavaca comity. X H. Pert ta the special agent of the firiiarm for Galveston and Eastern Texas generally. Louis Knnau is the special agent of the Bulletin for Xew Orleans and Louisiana. TVnDAT, HAT U, 1871. Information from Austin la to tlie effect that the general election will bo held the coming ML Our Home Journal, Published in New Orleans, La., ia one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 16 May 1871

pteliaiwla §uUdm. Oflec ra 81 A, between Crockett ud Ward. rOBT Of flfpUIOká. UMf TVESDAY, HAY 16, 1871. Parse' 6*«. Schrlmr snd Capt. Beckett, Of the llorgsu Line will accept our thanks for late papers* Thaali. O. W. Hartup, Esq., District Clerk, will ac- cept thanks for flavors rendered. The Bell For the Fire Department arrived on the steamer W. G. Hnghes. The Schr. "Franklin Sailed from New York on the 29th, with fall cargo of merchandise, consigned to Messrs. Hevck A Helfcrieh. - ••Friends of Temperance." This organization has procured and fitted up the Hall over Regan's store for its regular meet- ing*, which are held every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Onr City Fathers Will please be careful of their persons, as it is dangerous to walk the streets when wild horses are running about, undergoing the pro- cess of breaking. As for the little children, it don't matter. J, R. Mitchell A Co. Have received in addition to their alresdy larke stock Pf hardware, ote, a fine assortment of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 16 May 1871

$3$aü5Í MISCELLANEOUS. íacsn T MIC1C MIRROR*. KxssÉMffs&svaiBLJ * i/ « •*? n eaolc tlio -thing it take*. but the heart'* Own Cbctr that realces It el ad, jr r.<í one'* ownbitternes* mil drive him m&d; it ne-Hictta «t that Other fcrtptie had. Came forturc m: lieth none to rise or fall; Do tiiai that hath not doth no portion call; To htm that bath ú freely given all, Tber tee thetmiclvcs who look In Fortune' face; ittwsrtd i* *adnc«s Heaven's grace; t; t'J «oak that low is torn' embrace. - IB ! Mj. A. HOYT— JUd ufadnrrr Vid And BOUQUETS, Will «owe one of car \aAj renders try t be following and report tbe resnlt. We find it in ucarlv ail onr exchanges: To keen n bc.qnet an Rood as new -j-rinklo it licbtlv with cold water, nnd pnt it in#V<NH-f*<+>D|trfii5Íng"«'>me fcrap- «udí*. Take it out oí the suda every morning, aud lay it aideways iu fwi.li v.ut«3r, Ike stock entcrin first into the trattr; keep it tlere a minute or twn, en fake it out and aprinkle lightly wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 23 May 1871

i <# VOL. \ i n UÍIi *■ " IJíDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1871. NO. 12. HOTELS. G LOBE HOUSE— MRS. E. E. PLATTE, Pbopbiktress. (At the foot of the Wharf.) ijfdianola, texxs. The traveling- community nre fully ir- to «all- Accommodations i-xoo.lient and 1!1 dne attention paid to guc-sfs. Terms moder- ate. tnr r.\GO-AiH! carried t« and [from the Steamships FREE 0¡CHARGE. M acnolia house- Mrs. Carter, Proprietress. This house having 1>een thoronjrhly repaired, is on Of more open for the accommodation of both transient and pennanent boarders. Terms mo'lfrnte. Indianola, March IS, 1371.- i J Tí I VATE BOARDING "iOUSE, MISCELLANEOUS. S1' TEELE £ WILLIAMS— (l^te John Wither* St Co.) COMMISSION ME3CHAJÍTS, Commekce Stbeet, ell-3m Sax Astonio, Tfxm. J^IFE ASSOCIATION OP AMERICA. INDIANOLA DI8TBIOT, * Indiajtola, Texas. h. seelirson; Aug. Heyck, l>. k. woodwabd, 1 . o. fhoctob. h. b. Leake, M. D. President. Vice President. Secretary. Attorney-. Medical Examine a DIRECTORS: fl. .T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 23 May 1871

H&feiwla fnlbCóL CHARLES A. QC9BURY, Editor tad Fiofrtrtw «meo on St. A, between Crockett ud Ward afSjr- The bsuMu Btuir >P£ r rrrv Timilay morning. Subscription. |3 OR Pf «ifflcfl. IT. f*. nmtKf. or Ra equivalent in eoin, p&ytole in advance, single copies W cento. BATES OF ADV**tIII «. (IX IJ. 8. CV BEEKCY.) One Fq R, (one tech) #nt Insertion, $1-50; each s«l eq«ent Insertion, 11.60. KONTSS g t MO. -I a Q. I MO. I « M<V 1 «ItO inch. 1 u extensive elr- ciTation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducement* to adrertil&rs generally. Tit* Bpllitin, having 1 nlMMR JOB PH1NTINP, Such as Pamphlets, Briefs. PasjJ . Hull-bills, letter-Heads. Bill-Hearts. Wagop Receipts, Vif- iting Cania, Circulars, Ac., St., executed with ncatnos and dispatch, p. W iloMettta, of Halleteville, is agent for the Btuiro in Lavaca comity. J. H. J> Pert is the special agent of the Brum* tor Galveston ud Eastern Texas ^Loal^iicosMas is the special agent of the ürLiRiü tor New ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 23 May 1871

< * Iniliaaola ftoMii. Office on 8t A, between Crockett and Ward. TUESDAY, MAT Ü3, WTJ. r#ri«f Wilbur, * Of steamship Hewes, will accept thank* for filos of late paper*. Thanki To Purser Do Pas and Capt. J. W. Hawthorn, for lato papers. Thanks To C. W. Hartup, favors received. Found, A carpenter's rule, calling at this oftice. Esq., Distent' Perk, for Tht! owner can get it by The Schr. A. M. Dickerspn Left New York for this port on the 8th inst.; consignees, Woodward Bros. See Advertisement Of "Temperancc H¡ill,'T at Old Town, by 0. F. Vollars. Receipts of Produce. On account of the absence of the editor, no one could be spared from the office to gather up the receipts. Geo. Stern él Uro., Have «in hand an assortment of boots and shoes, suitable for anybody's we.ir. Call and examiae thoir stock. The San Antonio Herald of the 6th inst. njt, that Col. Schleicher is at ^ork, in pntting np the new iron bridge a* fUU cit j, across the San Antonio. • - . We learn from the Colorado CitU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 23 May 1871

lijdiaatila Shilldiu. COHFUCT AND COÍatEsT. Cc>rage im-ther, dr not stumMe, Thtmgh thy p*th be dar* nirtt; Tb« re's a star to guide the himW: "1ru t in God aud do the right." let the road be rough and dreary, Ahd i* end far out of sight. Fiet it bravely— strong or weary, " Treat in God, and uo the right." Pfiifh "poner" ant! "cunning!" Feriíh all iliat fear the light! Wb<tber kmlng, nbether winning. Trust iu Led, and do the right." Tmst no party, sect, or fashion ; 1 nut ro " léarfei s " in the fight; But in ever* w«rd and action. • M Trust in Sod, and do the right." Trust no lo*ely fmu of pan*ion, K; tends may look like angels bright. Tret no rcstorn, ackool. or f -bi«:n. * Trust in God. and do the right." í ¡mide rule, and safest guiding; Inward peace and inward might. Star i.pon onr path abiding ; "Treat in God, and do the right." .fcome writ hate thee, some will love thee, ivnie will flatter.-some will slight; Ce**e fren njan and look above thee, Trr.st in Ged, and do the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 30 May 1871

■ < \4 * i n 1 VOL V. HOTELS. INDIÁÍÍOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1871. NO. 13. MISCELLANEOUS. j^l'EELE & WILLIAMS— ( ¡Alte John Hither & Co.) COMMISSION 3IE3CHASTS, ell-3m COVKEROS SXBEKT, sax Astojíio, Tfiu. QLOBE HOUSE— MIÍÍ3. F.. E. PLATTE, Fbopriethess. (At the foot of the Wharf.) Indianola, Texas. Tin' tra""o!'!:s rommnnilv orr r-'sppctfnllv iü- in call TiHons «Cfllcnt an<l i ni! <!ne attííiitic-i n*;ü to jpi!> tn. Terms njo;l -i- < atr-, ' ! * ífr°m th° i I IFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, í l' INDLVNOLA DLSTSIOT, ^J\GN<H.IA HOUSE— •Mt i. ( ¡üinr, PROPRIETRESS •"í'Iiíh hoiiso haviiicr heon thoroiiítlilv rm-mire-d, is oní>p more opr:n for the accommodation of Ijot'i transient jtü.1 permanent boarders. Terms moderat--. Indiano! a, March 1%, 1871. p.NTEUPIUSE HOTEL— Mr*. A. M. MfCiitEW, Proprietress, Front Street, Indianola, Texas. , Formerly known a* the P. Smith Hotel. The ¿ouse lias been thoroughly renovated and put iu readiness for the accommodation o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 30 May 1871

I ti* gf«tt IM«n na n fui i irr iirninnif i3fP®SS£ OF OREELE Y, HftN The «Mixtion of our by toe cultivator* What Mi' llfBI or (IX V. 8. CUBBBICT.) ' Dm iquit, (one htefc) *Jt Insert ion, |1J0; seek subsequent insertion, H J . Mirnll M. | > mo. i I fr I ««o. | it MO i«¡l m s « v s SB 106 % # 1 $ 10 tt IK M 2 1 s 94 45 J $ s 48 54 1 1 dr- (i^dncepeptft. Ac., executed with 9. W HcMMlcatom, of Halletsville, is agent for tbe Bttixsrw in Lavaca county. M¡m4M °i.i- TCEXDAT, MAT 30, 18T1. To Adrerti eri: Our advertising rates are published every Those wishing to advertise will please refer to them, as we will not dpparf from the roles laid down. To advertisers for one ye r- fpr opp-thlffl column and ppwardp, ft deductipn of from 10 tp 35 per cent, will be p^e, accord- ing to thp si«e and length of thp advertisements Hereafter no advertisements from agents will be inserted unless paid for quarterly in ad- vance. We are compelled to adopt this course for oar own protection against loss, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 30 May 1871

*«. V s 7 h tA n A# íaáiatMilfl Itattttin. <MBee«| 8f, A, betw 1 1 0 1 9TKSDAT, HAY 30, 1871. VR Of Steamer op to the time of going to consequently we are without any late adtrtees from Europe. A regular business meeting will be held at the Casino, Saturday, Jane 3rd. Member are re- quested to attend. Aschaf#EN8ceq, Secretary. Parties Connected with the Indianok), San Antonio and £1 Paso Railroad are now \ii the city, and are taking a survey of the surroundings. We havé learned no particulars, but suppose their objee^ |s (he locating of grounds for a depot. B. Rtkaer Has on sale a beautiful assortment of Musical Albums just received from Europe. Call at his gallery on Main street and take a look at them, besides seeing á great many other pretty things that fill attract yonr attention.—while ron are visiting the gallery don't foil to have a photo- graph taken, yon cannot fail to be pleased with it, as Mr. Behner is an artist who has but few jraperiois. . C. * A. Keller, Are receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 30 May 1871

pianola Xf Ik tiul nestlings wee and lair, Fairy bo pes and reey visions— lore, (he mother bird, was there. Sung and warm the pretty nestlings Lived u^til a robber came ; And this bird's-at-tt-rob'ier «tole thorn— Never mind about bis name. There's a robber for each bird's nest God bangs up beneath the sky ! And these robbers dare the tree tups ; Others suffer, why not I ? Well, he took the cherished nestling*,. And they perished one by one ; Then the mother's wail, "God help me Í" Bang until her life was done. By and by the mother folded Ck>«e her wing against her heart, And the life breath uied within her, And her songilkl not depart. Sometimes sob Still it haants me nig! I have l^arnet to love its music 1 could sing my soul away I In my heart uprising ever. Of my life it forms a part. This wild music of love's death-son^, This low wail within mybeart. SLl'RS OM WOMEN. Oí all the evils prevalent amoDg men, we know of none mare blighting in its moral effects than to Bpeak slight...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 13 June 1871

7! f f *f * VOL. V novum. G LOBE HOUSE- mrs. e. e. flattk, Pkopk.tkt (At the foot of the wharf'' ixihasola, tkxak. th* travnlin? <vStii nr>nflr nrc r. mpc^tfnltv >r>- vitfl call. acommfblwm «•v-ellcnt *ti<1 ail dno attention paid t Ttnas nodt-r- atf-. *y- p \rrr. r^rri^'l t- [from tlif- ••rteuaahitw free o ' charge. M 4GNOI.IA HOUSE— 51 re. Cartfr, pr^pftlf-tiiess. j£&L This hnnsp liavinpr been thormmvy ,impaired, jsonr^more ojv-n far the awmiwlamn of both tranhit tit and permanent boarJers. Term pwltiti. Indianola, March is, 1871. E 7* NTEI1PIU8E HOTEL— Mr . A. M. McGkew, Proprietress, Front Street, Jjidianols , Texas. Former?? known as the p. Smith Hotél. TIms, house has been thoroughly renovated and i>ui in readiness for the accoriirsodition of tran- scient and permanent hoarders. *■%. raggafté carried to and from the steam- era <uul cali frep of charge. , . . no^v-i'.- novrrv.vs- tf qu4-f HOTEL— e. siedeit; tnoifiitetoh'. Main Srakr.t, IxdUkola. Every ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 13 June 1871

¿jfoíiajwto ffitMífia. CHARLES A. OOSBURY, r<lttor and fn frtft«r. Oflce on St. A, Mw«m Crocket aa<I War4. The Indiano . a Brtun PgWI;he.l evrj- TufHsy morning. l¡y awram. C. í mmnty. or iu equivalent in coin, payaMe ia ntvaarr. Miagle copies. 10 cents. It at E B Of ADVKRTIIH6. (Dí t". S. CX'BRKSCY.) • Om tature, (one inch) first insertion, $1 JO; Achfutreqnent insertion, |l.t . months II 1 mo. I sjio. I 3 mo. | 9 mo. | 18 mo rSCM 1 |i | 1 ♦ 10 1 * ® 10 15 14 35 14 ao 30 45 in 25 35 •a 42 « ia 35 48 75 -V 64 M M 43 95 38 -K i ^ 1 106 115 TO ao 1 175 lOO 1 140 P 250 Tmk BrLLrri , having an pjtenslve c.lr- ruiawa throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducement to iwtYertf.-.er generally. JOB PRINTING, bdW letter-Heart . itinjr Card*. < ncatue** anrt •llcpateh Purh u Pamphlet#. Brfete. Card*. Hand-bills, . etter Heart*. Bill-Head}. Wagon °vu" itinjr < ' r(U. Cjrcnlars, Ac., Ac., Receipts, Vis executed with P. W HaMlntoa, of HalleUville, ia agent for the Bru eti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 13 June 1871

4 m. l' 1 OHlee on St A. bctirffn Crockett ünd Ward. TI RW>AY, JU\K IS, 1«1. Iw> A cargo of ice arrived ljj t week from Boston. Vonwr Colby, Of the Morgan Line, wiU accept thinks for late New Orleans papers. . - ~nh>' Temperance To-night All members are requested to be present. A. A ch ITe:iberg t Co., WiHieceive per this day's steamer from New Orleans a large invoice of fancy and fashionable goods of every variety and pattern. Look out for bargains. NoUiH1- The members of the Stonewall Base Bam. C'lcb are respectfully requested to attend their meeting, at the Club Boom, next Thursday «•vening, June 15th, at half-past seven o'clock. No Religion* Services, (Except the Sunday Schools,) will be conduct- in the Methodist Episcopal Church next Sun- day, the Pastor being absent. Services Snndav week at usual hours. Fornitnre. The schr. S. II. Cady, from Boston, brings a large invoice of furniture for Messrs. Seeligson A Co. Their stock in this line is large and-well assorted. Pur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 13 June 1871

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