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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 May 1855

■r<" I t.™ 1 gggg Tur kb Thousand Miles in Ten Days. The senibr editor of the New York Express on the 17til inst, announced in his paper that, wi thin the ten days and nights tbon past, he had been railroading 3,000 miles and OVer, in the States of New York, Now Jersy, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Upper Canada—among find over the prairies, and among the hills and Tallies to St. Louis on the Mississippi, and to Cairo at thó confluence of the Missis- sippi and Ohio. In this flying t"P. he says he has had some opportunity to see, and matty to make inquiries about the crops. The farmers everywhere seem to have been making ex- traordinary efforts to raise wheat, and they are now plantiug their corn. The wheat up about everywhere, as seen, looks well and promises well, and the reports on all sides were fair and good. If the season contin- ues as prosperously as it has now begun, he has every reason to hope for an abundance in the autumn. The artistic French are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 May 1855

■ 1 íest ogaaerally 'M JOHW t tho village r the reception .,u .. 1 known to need an ex- roftheestab- natura? u oo the ,^aa I Iba surrounding country. ttókmsffí1;; p, and BAIL BOATS will visitors, free of chargo— I procured at any tima B BAND of New Orleans I twice every freak OAKS, are f tb« Hotel . ...TKRM8.. who will P6QIM0 111 land rw*kV... 910 00 feblO-Iy ron CHBÑE8 VERTS, Rp BILOXI; MISS. J IBqoe rétldenee d'414, «I Men ooonue dan* la at la direction de Madame KUMBBTF 01* JOHN B PRADAT, sltuée i envlrot auz vislteursl* cotinuL description. 1* éstablUssaisnl depula nombre d' inter. Sat nómbreos avantagei e lae, alnei que l'eau aalée pure qui manqui d'lmpreesloner favorable, «un de Nouvelle Orléani, Mobile, loñt fait pendant l'hlrer de nombreuses _ a* BATEAUX i VOILES seront en tout teaspearis4 ta dispositiondsaljslteurs«an* frals. DnVIN On pourra totgoors ae procurer dev SJHEVAÜX el dee TOITDRBI. Enouttfc la eéübre COatPAUNlE do MU- nqDK da la Nourelle-Orléan est engagée, et en ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 8 June 1855

JlWftllOlft ) INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. k VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, JUNE 8, 1855. BMlititeotts. The Effects of Heat. A nativo of Europe, remarks Div Arnot views with surprise the effect of heat in the equatorial regions. •Sealing-wax, lie finds, will not retain the impression of a seal, butter be- comes oil, a tallow candió must be poured into a lamp; if he attempts to pour ether from a bottle, the ether dissappears in vapor. The whole of our living iiature is changed. Our oaks and fir trees transplanted to the torrid /one becomes stunted and scrubb v. Animals clothed with wool or thick hair, such as the sheep and the dog, lose their covering or exhib- it only thin silky hair. Ine English bull-dog, taken to India, in a few months becomes almost naked, and is deprived of spirit and courage. But though nature lias not the as- pect of colder climes it assumes oth- er forms of greater magnificience, and l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 8 June 1855

Wit '¥■ «i .JUNE 8, 1865 Di a (qurt, at (an 11dm, $1.00. rtioo, Fifty canto. ■ made to yearly advertiser*, and on OPorflaaOflaaer® ka, Carda, Briefs, Funeral and I with neatness and deapatch. an boalnaaa connected with thla I lo tha publisher, poní frnitt. r. PAIGE, la our authorised Tbav- fcr this State. Any receipt for t will be duly recognized ¿7 u«. j tho obliging cleric of the Steam- , will pleaae •eoapt our thanks for ríate New Orlean papera. ■ of the fine ateamabipa Charlea 1 and Louisiana, have kindly • with full New Orleans files, for are much indebtod. ,;af . That's the thing friend Civilian; you have the very plan, and our wound ia healed. , to whom sample numbers of were aent with a hope to induoe _e subscribers, have retained them, 1 taken (horn their Post Offloe four I subsequent numbers and have then dis- 1 they did not want tho paper. We shall ir all who have not Sent back the first *«mbor from the Poet o (Boo as subscribers, for at tosst six months and sltall charge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 8 June 1855

ÍJ I Invention by a Colored Man.—Aaron Roberts a colored man, belonging to Phila- delphia, has invented an apparatus design- ed mainly for use during nres in confined localities, where access for an engine cannot be obtained. The model is of brass, re- sembling a telescope, mounted u pon a truck with wheels. The apparatus when fully extended by means of cogs in tho interior, would be about sixty feet high. It is sur- mounted with a branch pipe, arranged so as to be moved to point iu any direction from below, by means of a chain. At the base are three attachments for hoso, so that water can be forced through apparatus and pass directly through the branch pipe into the windows of a building on fire, with much more effect than from the gal- lery of an engine. The apparatus could be hauled into narrow alleys, where an en- gine oould not go, and being composed en- tirely of metal, not be liable to injury from the heat. ARRIVALS AT THE! 0A8SIMIR MOUSE, For tiik Wkkk Endino Junk fitb, 1855...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 8 June 1855

• ;i"i J i • <\ I XliüH t to AMtf MI U " rof theestab- np, and SAIL BOATS «IU l>« rWUws, free oí efaaig — A ñ ~é ffnrrx ID of New Orleans twtee « «rjr weak "" :re $10 00 rm-tizx: ^ VERTS, , -ISS. d'été, si bien á envtroi HOMO * ' ' ' " FAYHTTB FEMALE ACADEMY, JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. U. CUKT1BB and Lody, locited «0 mil. fíomN.E, 110 mile* from Rodney, in one of the moet healthy ec- of the State, aflbrd soperlor ¡uWantages for acquiring ra and 16 ftfentoi th9 ■ The uid scconiDllslied I embracee the various English the beat Female Seminaries, to- Music, Drawing, to. Instruction aa w«U as ' ^tjgu- ad «rite, a year Is divided Into two Sessions of Are branches usually taught in fnFrwSfts l-onTeywi'practically as w«íí as theoretically, {¿MH regalreq to speak and «rite, as weU as read *h)>n|« months each, commencing on the first Monday In March and the first Monday In October. Term* per Seerion of S Month , payable in Advance. Boarding,with Washing, Light*and Futl,..t02 5 Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 15 June 1855

I aÉSE 3í "'*r "v •*A*" v yy*— the mWauoift Bulletin. r. i. EVERYTHING, ÜT NOTHINÓ. ANDREW MARSCHALK, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, JUNE 15, 1855. NUMBER 10; A BIT of romance. Five or six years ago a rich Louis- iana planter died, leaving an only heir u daughter who was not quite seven- teen years old. She, together with her fortune, was placed in the hands "of a guardian, who was distantly te- lated to the family. Her fortune and her remarkable beauty attracted the attention of many suitors, among Whom was an accomplished young tnan from St. Louis, whose only wealth Was his profession. His handsome ¡person and fasinating manners won ¡the lady's affections, and without the knowledge of her guardian they were privately married. Shortly 'after they moved to St. ¡Louis, where they lived a short time, and a bright future seemed to be be- fore them. At the expiration of a year, the lady háving attained her majority, they returned to New Or- leans t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 15 June 1855

RHP wUmm ■a !.F. . and o« and "JR.® I pwjniiw. :>ÍV*S ' "1 Any receipt for recognized by us. of the Steam- oar thanks for Ite fm i steamships Charles have kindly Orleans flies, for REMlNiaCENCEfl. BT 0. A. O. *a TIL i of Bills a's line of —i papers tba >t in Bad River, i that there bare beon hea* > that section of country. I interior Mississippi pa- i held in the upper úot ado] r, who are suflhring I Pretty, tight timos they Bat keep a stout heart •H better times must oome Of affairs cannot last I long oar exchanges a copy • paper devoted id in New York, contains some strange •raáaiM , John Henry Brown a sojourning in our e days. His presence in our i of old times, Jfaater Kendall oí New nged for embezzleing e, has been removed to the Circuit Court, nber next. The oorrespon- B. W. Morse former U. 8. Dis- be Secretary of the Btate is ! New Orleans papers. The let- Attorney are spicy pro- bids fair, to place r an unenviable position, ) Intends to lay the whole P^Y^I le ■For s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 15 June 1855

# ft On the late trial of the steamer Ericsson, it was proved that allowing twelve days for a voy- age to Europe she would consume but 252 tons of coal, whereas the ordinary quantity consum- ed is '20 tons. The chief engineer considers it the most wonderful result ever obtained from any marine engine. COMMERCIAL PORT OF INDIANOLA. ENTERED. June 1—Schr. Crysollte, H L Ackley, New Orleans. June 6—A B Moore, D Russell, Mobile. June 11—Steamship Mexico, Lawless, New Orleans. June 14 Steamship Louisiana, Talbot, New Orleans. CLEARED June 6—Schr. Anthem, John Oreen, New York. june g—Schr. Wm W Harkness, J R Speed, Pensacola, June #—Steamship Perseverance, Place, New Orleans. Juie 11—Schr. Chrysolite, H L Ackley, New York. June IS—Steamship Mexico, Lawless, New Orleans. Manifest of Steamer Mexico. PASSENGERS—John Henry Brown, James Foster, C II Jordan A lady, Miss Walderman, Miss Mathews, Mrs. Badger, three Misses Staakes, Dr Theen k lady, Miss Louisa Derney, W Bennett A lady, J II Devene,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 15 June 1855

*«"* VERIS, B| r, MISS. MM d'M, *1 Men k «avert iu vMteanU £5 de MU- I'ai- *10 I domestique* peróñi'al'móitií prlx. **■*• .*^■*4.'.fpt G8, MISSISSIPPI. foratepnofycarsthe** Mineral am liu gjj] .«<* HHB Burini bar* been made to the hotel, ant no to make it In the*lghe*t degree* #. hod to the hotel are to he uiemenli usually found at the flihiug and eea-bathlnz cannot hern ooun&y, The analysis of the ai made by a dlitlngulsheAoliemisI, mineral quaiiUe* of the highest or. ' sulphuretted hydrogen exist In rperson* «uttering from chronic to he«Uh from the uieofthl* will ply dally between Mew during toWBiMr, itartlng I. JKNNINGS. ARTIST'S UNION. fer the n would reepectfullj/ annonnoe ted Mate* and the CunatU, that cultivating a taste for the line arts through " Ith the View of enabling every fainl- of a gallery or Rngravlng* MPS OF TUB AOS, r to create an ektenslve «ale not only give employment to Artilla and other*, but lmplre among ou. for work* of art, to praaent to the pur igs,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 22 June 1855

W-VjJ «HIIiM* üloüttiín® 1ÜAO ■ •} «MÍ'TT ! i — iit.- i" i~i ~ — —i -i — — — — ~ -• ~.~h-| ~ |~>|~>|~> p.". i' íi n rw~ii i~.i~ii-.~m~i r. r ■ >ii n i~ > i~i f~i i~i i~m~.~n~ i~ i ~n~ — ~i ~i(~i |~1|.-.|-^~ |<~.~| ~ i ~|.~| i if .|~ i~wn~^~i(-ii n■!—11—i -1 — — - - — ———i INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ■■■■ * " w^>«yi' andrew marschalk, editor, publisher and proprietor. VOLUME 1. CITY OF IMANOLA, TEXAS, JUNE 22, 1855. NUMBER 11. ■ I SfiiBfpllanfins. The Grand Eruption of Vesuvius. A letter dated Naples, May 10, gives a most thrilling account of the progress of the eruption of Vesuvius, of which we have already had ac- counts, and which was absorbing general attention, the king, ministers people and all being on the spot. The lava had advanced ten miles from its source, and is doing im- mense damage. The letter says: 'Just at tne base of it a lake of fire has been formed which looks like a red sea in an undulatory state. In the centre of this has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 22 June 1855

•. ' ' 'V Sí'. '■ our thanks for ve kindly ' SSfíSAB k Harpía' lia of n 1_ opnMnwa dlowing on * oocaaionst Showers Monday sfternoon. i na* two or tbree iMt i it has st any time daring tho Spring t the present writing, Monday • and the heavens still look seriously hope it buy wind ttp (worse then what we hare had. morning the ran rose in majestic i hare nad beautlul weather ever r wakobaerved In the eren log. It had the of sn^ Immense poket dssasnding heavens. Ifcburstod,whsn apparently mile of tbe earthy and threw off quite • aamber of large white aperies. *' OP We visited, the other dsy, Capt. Bdehner's schooner the J. P. Roee, and were much pleased tosée tha improvement! he has'made u) n her. Bbftienow ready so receive (be new masts whioh hive been ordered from Pensscola, and whioh are looked forby the 8ohoner Emma DeRussey. The Rassls'Wn a' most as good ss new" baring I bat very little, exoe'pt the kxitf of her , In thestorm or March last 8bewsseon- not aa unseeworthy altogether,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 22 June 1855

■ if! I um complaint or tin run standing, em •* w ran or omit two asm ar 0k. MeLANn celebrated lives PILLS j New York, August , 1868. Ttiif if í ¿értiir, that having been afflicted with llrer complaint for tw years, and after harlot tried nearly every known remedy without flnding nM 1 * • at last Induced to try Hit M'LANÉ'S CELEBRATED LIVEB PILLS, and after using Only two bomtt was perfectly cured. I now take pleasure lit recMUMettding them to the pabilo, ai the best Liver, or General AnU-bilUous Pill ever offered to the pabilo. UBS ANN M ALON A, IT Rlvingsion-st. PS The above valuable remedy, also Dr H'Lane'i Cele- brated Vermifuge, can be had at all rMpectable Dru« Storee In the country. Porchaiere will please be careful to tik tor, atad take none bat Dr M'LANfS LIVER PILLS. There are other Puis, purporting to be Liver PUIe now be (tore the public. The above modlei nee tor tale in Indianola at the Drag Stores of J M REUSS COMMERCIAL PORT OF INDIANOLA. ENTERED. June 19—Steamship Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 22 June 1855

VEBTO, Si > •■■■> •'/ Drawing, é«. Instruction _ t*6 8aeelone of five XZZ&OSTJÍ&J* Temper flgnkm of#Heaths,payable in A4nm Boarding,with Washtng, light,andJW...9M 8 Tuitionin Primary Department, ....80 00 " Preparatory " 93 80 " « ;r «:i:(dM5 EXTRA. Piano or Mir, $80 00 10 00 aftiMip, 10 00 Fancy Needle Work*, . 6 00 Vajrmaat met In an Ap he mad* in advance, unleaa icelved for a abortar perlwl than a da Bllail, «arm eont fait pendant IHIverde nómbrente* __ Dm BATKAUX * VOn.KS neront an toot D0VIN ■IP MimmIUu/MIKM " * HUUTvllv /i de la Ni . i>S i eat engugóe, et en pent *'at- t deaeendre an* CHINKS VRRT8, jr lee capitalnee da baUaax, qui M ééterqucrool aa vbirfOe I'hotil. CONDITIONS: •<••• •>*'*'é « Aim ! ! «I'lJ • a a • a • • a a a • a • • • • a a1 • a . • i a * • a • • « • • • I et lea domertlquae parent altaoM* prl . SSbS&I MISSISSIPPI, he baa —. M an ¡tiras rasaste _ .J to make It In the — comfortable. Attached to the hold i__ . room, and other amuaemen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 29 June 1855

Wxt JÍ1IÍXfl1l0Íft jOullttiu* INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ■<l <> lln ANDREW MAKSOHALK, 1 flu rfI 1 V: ' Editor, publisher and proprietor. 111 -II TV '■ • ' VI ' iln' Tfi- VOLUME 1. CITY OF INMANOLA, TEXAS, JUNE 29, 1855. Bweüanem THE CURSE OF GOLD. They tell me that I am mad, that I am stricken with the curse of gold. But no, I am immortal; I strove with Death on the confines of his dark do- minions, and won from him the pledge of perpetual youth. Look at these strong limbs of mine, through which the blood has been coursing for ma- ny centuries, and put your ear to my breast and hear the throbbing of the fountain that has been welling up its Íurple streams for a thousand years, am treasurer of the hills, patron and cells and death, when I have seen the beginning and the end of a thousand generations! fered on an altar of gold, and I too be- came an idolator of the altar. A great plain stretched away from the sea, and when the sun rose from the ground the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 29 June 1855

a LAiuai ruuanjjj JJUYYd. 29, 1865. • • • •• * W idU ta| our thanks which zmau&f hne steamships Charles hnve kindly k W «Mbatiag. • i of tha l t*/brm of Bills by Harris k Morgan's lioo of mffl" to k InColortand. ftn tarn oat aboát ssg to tbe eonntry. Tryta?' WWW "Work, Plain Black, arid be- a Job as any mmrn Tíldalo for a y-1* W, 8,1 "the Controversy f John Archbishop _ the speech of Sen- on the Chiirdh Property Bill, In tlie State Senate, March Gth 1865." i Court House Committee Jtave selected on, the beach immediately in resldenops pi Dtj Kelly and Dr. is a beautiful location, and now m has boon settled, we hope thé mmeoced immediately. ; Water is quite abnndant now, thank fortune • and the UU abundant rains. Kvory body snys, , "we hare • cistern.full."/ rfartelnly good ' 11 WO have placed Subscription papers for the v gfafpokntoal Journal, and Water Cure Journal, t foUWifldat Now York City by Fowler A Wells, ,! at the Post Qffloa, and would advise all who want (,• jvalitfood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 29 June 1855

> I" " , ' •' • II' FURTHER FOREIGN NEWS. THREE DAYS LATER. Arrival of the Asia# Bombardment and Assault upon Se- vastopol The Marmclon and White Towers Carried. Terrible loss of Life. Halifax, June 20.—The Cunard steam- slip Asia, Capt. Lott, Las arrived at this port, with three days later intelligence from Europe. The Asia left Liverpool on the 9th in8t., and is the bearer of highly important news, a brief account of which is appended. [Full particulars will be soon received.—eds. Della.] The Crimea. The bombardment of Sevastopol was re- sumed on the 0th of June, by the allies, and continued without intermission until the 8th. Cotton Market. The Liverpool cotton market was un- changed since the departure of St. Louis. The sales of the week were 107,000 bales. BreadstniTs. Flonr was unchanged, and the grain markets generally had undergone no ma- terial alteration. Second Despatch. Halifax, June 20.—The Asia arrived this forenoon. Further Commercial News. Of the pales of cotton f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 29 June 1855

lGES l*y, rfü • t i i J < - I need an **• ■ St StSfS"""""** bvMMjf t F • ••••■• Li^tawAi ■ feoto-t, FAYETTE, MISS; FAYETTE FEMALE AC JEFTÉAaW ÓÓtíNfY, Mil rlI8 Institution, under t m. r ■ ■ EMY. •ÍSSIPPI. VERTS, COTEL dm «■john b superintendence of Rnv. WM. u>d Uons of the BUM, afford* raparioradvantoges for acquiring i embrace* the various English Uufht la the beat Female Beinlnaries, to- gether with Latin, French, Music, Drawing, *c. Distraction in French it conveyed practically aa wall a* theoretically, the mHJs Mag required to spaalc and «rite, a* well air tad The Aqulamic year is divided Into two Bestión* of fire month each, commencing on the flrit Monday In March and the flrst Monday in October. Term* per Bestión of 6 Months, payable in Advanee. i. " Preparatory " 9 60 " Junior " 26 00 « Bontor " 80 00 EXTRA. on Piano or Quitar, ...|30 00 i ,.. 10 00 " Painting 10 00 _ . Wirrib,... BOO . Payment must In all caie* be mada In advance, unlet* Hill rale I dl peneed with by i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 6 July 1855

9* flie Mentóla INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCBALK, EDITOR, Í>UBL!SH¿W ,fNT> PROBft&folt VOLUME 1. CITY OF IMANOLA, TEXAS, JULY G, 1855. NUMBER 13. v, #> * f lc liraitaij Waiting. OLD AGE. The largest animals live about five times longer than they grow. Thus, the camel grows eight years and lives forty. The horse grows fi^e years years and lives twenty-five. The ox and the lion grow four years and live twenty. The dog grows two years and lives ten. The cat only grows one year and a half but lives nine or ten. The hare grows one year and lives eight. The guinea pig grows seven months and lives six or seven ears. Man is certainly one of the arger animals, as he grows for twen- ty years he ought to live a hundred. M. Flourens, a recent French wri- ter of high character, thinks that science will teach men how to pro- long their lives to two hundred years, ana that the average duration of life will be a century and a half; one century of complete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 6 July 1855

"•«■•O! r advertlaen, and on land dineral •nd oonBfitx! with this to ttw puMMur, poHpaUl. aopept of the oar thanks for Bill* of Lading. of the law form of Bills by Harris ft Morgan's line of vlMM steamers. , Job Work. to do Job Work, Plain and plain Black, and be- lt about as good a Job aa any Try us. mm. ~ i, In advance, ■M 10 additional will be charged. punca Hon. P. H. Bell M a to Congruw, from the Second . iuSrsTj-MSS of Calhoun and Jaekeon, In the Lower Klection lit. Honda/ In Aofunt to announce Wm. II, YmhsIIm Repreeentatlve of the Dlrtrlct norapo- of Jacluon and Calhoun, In the Lower UecUou next Auguat. to be Keaeabsndt i beach is the onk point on ; of Texas, where loaded wagons i the interior, can meet the Ocean Stea- nwas. a Railroad can be built from the to Victoria, forty miles, on a grade «lightly varying from a level, and not ,i thousand dollars worth of bridge work, required on the whole line. That the annual receipts, upon that line for freight and passengers, by wKgo...

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