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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 20 June 1871

L, 4 é t: K f / y «II.. V. 1 BIJIILETIN. G HOTELS. 1 LOBE UOUSE— jIR.S. E. 1". PLATTE. PKOPBncTEF.-'?. t At tSs r« wt of the Whs.rf«; Ismaxola, Texas. TV* ♦rav.-'-n^' ronirr.ü.' ¡rv arc r :t- vitM faü. <!•••-i-- .-'Oii-n' r.-'. aH ilnt ntf• ¡líi;•-! paid t • «pit- Terms at'-. /-v- - \Oc; (OT. firri •1 iri'l 'from the SKah'sM-.s FRES O ' CHAROK. I 3;iH(Tr.L JATEELE & WLL (Latt .John 11 CO-iMlSSl O X CoüJtd d Í IFIü ASSGCIATK INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1871. NO. 16. fiEOUS. A MS— Ws A Co.) £ P. CHAKIS, MISCELLANEOUS. SiaciTr, A:.' r J.sio. T/xis. 1 OF AMERICA. IQEO. STEP.N'4 BRO., dealkss in 'ÍBOTS AND SHOES, Mii>. Street, Indianola, Texas. (sign of TilE mammoth booth.) Will keep constantly «11 hanYl an assortment from which we are able to suit evéry!>ody. whatti- er tin' ileiuanU is for 'Ires, >r for «■ rk. ill sell at prices whic h challenge competition, p.n-l can never be undersold. CALL AND r- AJIISF. M Ui u;r.' 1. a house— IN'!-I VN'OLA pláTSIüT, Tkxas. l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 20 June 1871

IJaáiaaala fttUdin. CHARLES A. OOSBURY, Editor Md Proprietor. OAc« oa sc. A, bft«M Crocket and Ward. aa The Indianola Brum* h MbUsked (Tfrj Tuesday morning. Subscription,*3 0 per aaanw, C. 8. currency, or its equivalent in com, payabte la ad ranee. Single cOj> e< 10 cents. KiTSI or ÍDTKKIIÍI16. (IS c. s CF^PNCT.) • One square, (one inch) SrrI insertion, $1.50 ; each lutuMlMat iniertion, $1.00. BOOTHS i 1 MO. I 8 MO- I 3 MO. | < MO. |~18 MO IXCH. 1 !i $ 2 ¡I S !) 51 • ¡I 7 m * II t ii 10 Si 4 1 1 t 10 t 18 « « 7 10 15 24 38 10 14 30 30 45 13 13 26 3A H 16 22 30 42 «5 10 £6 35 48 75 72 ao 40 64 85 95 34 «i ft) % M 38 «B 105 at 49 u> T2 115 M TO 40 m 115 a>! wo 140 1% 250 tgy Bductim, haviug an «tensive otr- coutt'jn ttaroogiout all Western Texas, offers the greatest ii. lnceaaenU to advertisers generally. JX?B P fit NT 1 PI Such as Pamphlets, Briets, Card*, Hand-bills, Letter-Heads, ¿ill-Heads, Wagon Receipts, VU- ítlnar Carda, Circular , Ac., Ac., executed with ncaine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 20 June 1871

V -1:3! A l \ \ :■% ■< gfndiauda igiiJkiiu. Office on SI. A, between Crockett and Ward. 1TESDA1, JUNE *•, K71. ftiiperance Meeting; To-night. All members ate requested to be present. fc-or New York. The 8ieam«r Bolivar having nearly all her freight on board, will be ready to sail in a very few days—probably by nest Saturday. M. Liehtenntrlo Requests all jfrson^ indebted to hini to come forward and settle, on or before, tho 1st day of Jnlv next. GooJh will be sold low for cash onlr after that date. A New Lixe.—The steamship North Carolina will leave Baltimore for Galveston, on the 1st of July. Should the busin -sa justify she will be keptin the trade, together with another steam ship. Ice Crea in- Rundell A Nolda, confectioners and manu- facturers of candies, have fitted up a magniricen naloon for the lovers of lee Cream, which will be constantly on hand for the benefit of all such. Emancipation. The colored people of this city celebrated the anniversary of their emancipation yest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 20 June 1871

tea tunny i í liCn! ir v '. \JT1 **•< '•m ¿i{. fain nr&Uiu T)>a <1 ;¡t .«ir- a ill- t. nt rv grim, O. 1 Uní fi ) .• L O, S 1.1 i untn. ar;í«t ad <M, w o ■ r the t. i.-t ami truth i ti cu i." re. ht i }. Iií; wreathed with fl;.wu . «"-f ríBí;s Day. flit .i ii<l fair, at- ti i/ il.-'.vs \\« re. winter ehiíied thy ií.iv! Ibe • i a Ln.e for jert rhvr t — Li:* 't, el' a¿s rift- r.li too vi>i)u; Iirf ii;>"3 d* cend toward the tn'l; L< t roses blow in Jan ;! Th« Trihnne. j« being radly exercised l y ♦ he j o!:ücr.ir:s of the Republican party :ÍKCI-;LL\ ÍKOIT.S. 31ISCELLAX EOU8. I 1) ESTAUP.ANT -AND— Siloon MISOtCLL "\fíE< • US. KOVEU Je UAJKJEtVS MISt'ELI AN uu b O. MISGELLA' :ors Q i üCE COTICE. O Ayer's Oa the Cyjtf r CHOLAS CAÍtlLL, Pkopbietoe. TT 't t-v.yX A A Prs.. 1ndian*ot.a, Texí- HICIIKST PKEUtr.l ELASTIC STITCII All per-i is are hereV.- cautio;¿ed and forbidden from ¿el!jig. driving, skinninir *a-l peuniu.;, or ni ,:iiy mvaier intcrferinir with mv e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 15 August 1871

H vol. v. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1871, no. 24. HOTELS. MISCELLANEOUS. riLOBE HOUSE— u MK«. E. E. PLATTE, PEOPBIEXBESS. At tl¡'t foot «? the WLnr?-' Imjianol ., Texas. 1*1 it; tritvi-'ii.g cfiTnmmiitv are r.'-spectfnlly in- j vited to ( li. Accommodation excellent and | a!! (lurs attention paid to guest . Terms mtxlr-r-' at -. KW i:\GGAOE earrift'l t« fn'l [from the! Steamijliins FREE Oí.' CIIAUGE. QEO. STERN k BRO., I'EALEHS IX BOOTS AID SHOKS, Main Street, Indianola, Texas. (sign OF THE mammoth BOOTH.) at (irire- which challenge competition, and can never be undersold. CALL and examine. Dtt31 ly 31 AGNOIJA HOUSE— .Charter, pbopbiktke88. This Irmse batin^ beeri thoroughly repaired, once inore open for the accommodation of both trs n«ient and permanent:! oarders. Term moderate. Indianola, March 18,1871. •J^NTEUPRÍSE HOTEL— Mrs. A. M. McGbew, Proprietress. Front Street, Indianola, Texas. Formerly known aa the P. Smith Hotel. The bouse has'been thoroughly renovated and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 15 August 1871

ilty&ntila fMIdin. HA11.ES .V OnSBUHY, fílitor aa<i Piopriftor. mOPOSET) AID TO THE Gl"L,r, WESTERN TEXAS AJÍ PACXMC RAIL- WAY. Aí i* known to moat oLeur readors, a petition his bee pr #euted to tos County Court of flíis aggregate amounting to low than fourteen per centum on the present valuation of their pro- p tYj. 'fhw stat£?áent is eaajljfverified. The prea- «Ct, valuation of the property of Calhoun county, a per assessment rolls: accessible to all, ii in on St. A, between Crucact Ward. K^" The i:roi*?. aa Bcll'.tin i* pnbtjshed •tVcO Ttv :!.*o laorni../ Vf* annum. C. P. enrrency, or its fjaiValent ta coin, payable in advance. híñele copies 10 cents. • . ccunt-r, «'•«■kiag, fcy ap clection, t tai.e the opin- ¡ recesa of one million five hundred thousand . 'dollars. flEHlAl', AlCWIST U, V CtmetrslU Coajrmlo ! riíf.7 0HTKICT, .VoiolnatloBi. T* ' * * BOX. tt. «. ÍIEVADON Of Smith CoantJ. tKTOVtf district, HON. JOHN C, COSNO?:, C>£Gr >Kop Copnty. THIRD PlfitBICT. ■ON. 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 15 August 1871

Mi f a ► , failiilK&ia IfaMa. Office on St. A. between Crockett and Ward. i_ i i RATES OF ADTKRTISlXe. (Cf U. S. CCEEEXCT.): One squire, (one inch) first insertion, 11.50; each subsequent insertion, $1.00. MOMTH3 !; lXO; ) 2 MO. | 3 ttO. 1 C MO. |~12 ¿O rvrvvm 1 >; t M : % r- > f/i : > 10 I é O". ISCE. 1 a 3 4 8 ÍI 9 fl 10 li 10 il SO II SI* 19 13 JS 19 23 25 28 31 55 80| 10! 14 i lSj 221 2(5 | 30 31 39 42 79 1 10 151 20 i 25 301 33 40 45 i u> *> 140 IS 24 | 301 361 43 I 49 54 I Gfi 72 126 185 25 35 45 55 65 75 85 ft5 105 115 175 250 BSf The Bulletin, having an extensive eir- culation throughout all Western Texas, offers,the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINXiNG, Sacha* Pamphlets. Briets. Cards, Hand-bins, Letter-Heads. Bill-Heads.'Wagon Receipts, Vis- iting Cards. Circulars, 4c., Ac., executed With neatness and dispatch. P. W Ilnddleaton, of Halletsville, is agent for the Bcli.etijí in Lavaea county. 4. H. Le Fett is ther special agent of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 15 August 1871

11, i i : f-ife: ■ ' tafeada «BnUffin. LUMBER DEALERS. THE POOR JliLVS SABBATH DAT. The merry l'ir*i« ar* rin?inr. And from the fragrant bud The spirit.- of a thousand fili'Atr tío weetly np to tí«Kl: Vklie itf 111 hole- temple ffeimet Ui |.ri«i*c and pray H jth tlut^rful tuica and jjra'rftti 1*5? This tunimtr ;s.<bf atli l>«y. "We thank The. L'ipl, for e.nr day Tolrok Heartr.' the fate! The Poor hare only feaml-y; Th* specter b the arate. *Ti . tht-ii th'.-y make she music 'I i.. t "-inics their week away. Oh, there's a sweetm iufl.in - In the Poor Man's Sabbath Dar ! ■Tu *.« a borst of sunshine, A tei ú<r fall of rain, % -1 h-it eet the barest life a bloom; Maie old hearts y oimg again . The dry anri du*tv ro dsi<k- With milmg flower* ii fay; ■Tis open Heaven orn day in sevi s, The P««r Man's S<ibtath Hay. •Xis here the weary Pilgrim 1 oth re.tcli his lloiise of tiis'-! That blessed House, called " Beantifui,'* Ar.d that reft <-h.tni -^r -*Pi:.ct-." Tt>- Rivtr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 5 September 1871

9 'i 4 i 5 INDIANOLA WEEKLY BULLETIN, VOL. Y. INDIANQLA, tTEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1871. ÑO. 27. HOTELS. QLOBE .HOUSE— 3URS. E. E. PLATTE, raotfilBTBESs. (At the foot of the Wharf ) IxuiüfOLA, TEXAS. The traveling community are respectfully in- vifpfl to call. Accommodations excellent ana all due attention paid to guests. Terms moder- ate. JWBAGOAGE carried t and ffrom the Kteamshins FREE OP CHARGE. ^JAGNOIJA HOUSE— ||| Mrs. táHér, PBOtotrefiifefi9. This house having been thoroughly repaired, Jh once more open for the accoitiniodatiuii of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18,1871; jpNTEBPBISE HOTEL— Mrs. A. M. McGkew, Proprietress, frbrit Slreefc, Indianola, Texas. Fomeriy knbwn ai Üié V. Hmith Hotel. The Hotase baé lfeen thoroughly renovated andput In readlbess ftft- the acotfnlmodation of tran- eciont and pCftnancnt boarders. Baggage carried td and from the steam- ers and cars fre« of charge. nov26-ly-no7twAw-tf GULF HOTEL— E. SIEDER, Pkop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 5 September 1871

i - <* Bfudiaaalii «. ~ CHARLES A. oéSBUfcY, Editor sad Proprietor. OIHc# on Ht. A, twtw^í-fi «;rork«-t Mr- í2 « t wmi-Uf «-«I* M P;*b,li?bud «rrrfv Tuertar mm-nrng. i-tdrription. |2 OS |w si.ihÍh , i¡. X. rni-n-h"'"r^# «-'('"valenl m coin, parable in vlfünci1. Jíliigle copies 10 cents. 1 TI K"DW. SÜFTKHRKR 5. 1871. Drmarnlle CongrcmioBal üíominaUani. OTBi? DIBTBtCT, HitS W. S. HtüMJMN, Of Smith (.cmntj. «UCOJfT DISTRICT, BON. JOHN C. CONNOÍ:, ijf. Ora};Mi Vonuty. tjiibi üi.sTsrtr. HOI. I>. C. OIHOLXiÜ, Oí Washington Coanty. i-oiwra district, JION. JOHN DTANCOCK, Óf travis County. Carl Mmm. On oar^THt sidp wc jmtilwh the ehwpienfr per- oration of the t'lijcago speech uf, Hpu. Caí Ecliurz to the Gcj^uis. It is replete ^ ith gwd •oaitf) aeoae and a-Uk<j, and emanating afit deea from oo gft^t a^UU«u>i>, «ül i*o, doubt prove influential and. convincing. -nr r\ ..... Htrp tt Before tHe People t ".The rate of taxation it) was lw*lr4 an# a haif cents on one hundred ¡fallar*;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 5 September 1871

r& ■ ■W r «Helia. omee to* St A, between Crockett and Ward. RATES OF ADTERTISIIC. tlx V. S. CURRENCY.) One square, (one inch) first insertion, $1.60 ; each aubieqtifcnt insertion, $!.«. mo A ft"' Seiv 1 Ml). 1 B* H 6 ¡I 1 I! 3 !! • i> tl 10 II 19 li '■£> II I 2 ¡Pi. | 3 mo. i >i>¡0. I 12 MQ 4i % 7 $ 10 ♦ 18 % 25 7 1 10 15 24 35 Vt 14 20 30 4."> • IS 18 25 36 i 55 in 22 30 42 65 19 2% 4S 75 0.-1 30 VS r>4 * 85 4-. m 95 TA 1(15 42 10 72 115 55 70 09 125 175 ai1 100 If) | 1S5 250 V~¡f The Bt'li.etin", having an extensive eir- cuT.v. ion throughout all Western Texas. oiTers the greatest Inducements to advertisers generally. ~~ JOB PRINTING, ^B«rh as Pamphlets, Briet.J. Cawl«, HamLbifls, letter-Heads, BiH-Ifetul*, Wagon Receipts. Vis- itinsf Cards, .C¿rc;dars, Ac., &c., «¿ccuted with neattíeis ms'dbpátch. P. W IIn<l<lle*ton, of Hallotsville, is agent fit the Bniixis in Lavaca county. .1 K. te rert i<? the special agent of the Brii.l r:s for G.:lre tjn '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 5 September 1871

► «r ***** Hi \ I § Udht. ir tou WA-vr a kiss, take it. There's a jolly Saxon proverb That is preitv mn«li like tbi ; That a man is half in hearen When be has a woman's kiss. Bat there's danger in delaying. Aad the sweetness may rorsak So I tell yon, bashful lover. If you want a kiss, wby take it. e it; Never let another fellow Steal a march on you in this; Never let a laughing maiden linjc lor oval And the jolly ones who mal^é it See you spoiling lor a kiss. There's a rojal way of kissing, Have a motto that is winning: if yon want a kks, why take it. Any fbol may race a cannon- Anybody wear a crown- Bat a man must win a woman If he'd have her for bis own. Would you have the golden apple, You must And the tree and sbake it If a thing is worth the having, And you want a Us , why Ukc it Who would burn upon a desert, With a forest smiling by ? Who would give his (tunny summer For a bleak and wintry sky ? Oh! I tell yoa there is magic, And yon cannot, cannot break it; For the sweetest p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 19 September 1871

if g -• ^... ^-ÍA -w^-«: VOL. Y. hotels. G lobe house— MBS. E. E. PLATTE, Propmxtí:F.SS. (At the foot of the Wharf-) Indiakola, Texas. Tlx* fravtfng rommnnitv *rr roxpeetfully in- v'tcd to call. Accommodations fscellc-nt and ail due attention paid to sweats. Terms moder- ate. iff BAG'""' (ft1? rj rrif l * -"id Jf:v>m the 8teamH.hins PURE O •' M AGXOÍ.IA TÍOT;S~ — Mrs. Calif':*,- Pnopimrrr.Ess. AVii i INDfANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1871. ft* •iv NO, 29. ■ ■ miscellaneous. q.eo. stern & beo.. T>£ A 1.ERS IN BOOTS AMO SHOES, Mi t in Street, Indianola, Tvx/it. ; (siü>' OP T1IE MAMMOTH BOOTHO Will keep constantly on hand an assortment from irhich' we are a->le to suiteverylxxly,'wheth- er thu <leman<] is for ilress or for work. Will sell at prices which challenge competition, an I can never be undersold. CALL AND EXAMINE. Dcc31 ly Stt miscellaneous: TliUhotwc havinaVoen thoroughly ronrurwly m once more open fur, the acc >iaTnf>:.ati(>f? Loth trans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 19 September 1871

luteal* itaUttia. CHARLES A. OOSBURY, Editar nd Proprietor. > Offl.ee m St. A, betwtm Crocket ud Ward. ■Sr TUe Indiano la Bni.rri> is published every Toeutav morniog. * ^atwriptkm. P per annmn. IJ. s*. rurrewy, or its ««joiviilent i coin, payable ia adrase*. Sipgle cepita 10 cents. TTEÍDAV, UPT1 H, 1871. Dea crstk Cmmgremtmmml Hwalaattoat rnisT distinct. BOX. W. 8. Of Smith County. second district, Hav JOHN C. CONNOR, Of Grayson County. THIRD DISTRICT. HON. D. c. 6IDMNG8, Of Washington County. nrtn HON. JOHN HANCOCK. Of Trarfe Ceunty. / HON. JOHN HANCOCK, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE VOR CON BKKH FROM FOURTH DISTRICT Will address the Cftwew of Calhoun Corner at Indiano]* oo Wednesday Night, 20th inst., on the political topics of the day. HON. I. DEGENER has been Invited to par- ticipate in the disenmion. Let a0 attend to hear these gentlemen speak. Important to Voters! It is necessary that parties offering to vote at the General Election in October should present to the Jndg< s of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 19 September 1871

Radiancia § sMt; (Mk* on St. A. between Crockett and Ward. RATES OF ADVERTISING. (IN U. 8. CURRENCY.) One square, (one inch) first insertion, $1.60; each subsequent insertion, $1.00. so STBS u 1 ka i 3 mo. | 3 mo. | 6 mo. [ hmo r*ch. 1 H $ 41 t 7 10 ♦ 18 % 25 T| 10 15 24 35 10 11 211 30 45 n 18 25 36 S5 is 22 30 42 65 19 26 35 48 75 22 30 40 54 85 25 34 45 no 95 28 3fl «*) C6 105 31 42 u> 72 115 W 70 90 125 175 801 100 140 its 250 US?* The Bcllktix, having an extensive cir- culation throughout ¡di Western Texas, offers tile greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, Such a« Pamphlets. Briel*. Cards. Hand-bills, Letter-Head . Kill-Head*. Wagon Receipts, \ is- iting Cards, Circulars, Ac., &s., wsecr.ted with neatness and dispatch. P. W Haddle«ti>n, of Halletsville, U agent for the Bourns in Lavaca county. *. H. I-e Pert is rtu- <( «<•: d a^ent of tbe Uru.ETIS for U.ilve.-t« u ami Eastern Texas generally. Thos. M>I«tyr« is the asrent «i the Brums fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 19 September 1871

T pomxa CORNi Ami there tlx !y «.if a po>>;iiri(r corn, .lohn 51,1,-. xml Miman I niter; John >ti!e* a« «mm as any ox. And >u au tut j. hulter. Ami there tltev sataml shc"e'l the corn, ■Aim! . Jtc(i ¡tnn M.rre.1 the lire, And talked of liifeicnt l-iu.ls ol' rare, And hitched their chair# up niftier. Thru 8«s«n «he l!ie popi'er shook, l heij John he t «ok the popper, TiJl both their fo es irreu a> red As sauce pan ui.ide ol'copper: And «hen they >he.ieu anil poppvd uiu¡ ate, All kiuiléOt l.n a c«kiu}f. And he h w-haw*<l <>t! «-. «■••maiks, Aud she lau ,l od at hi joking. And tiil they ¡•o^'iei! nud <.11 they at , (Johc's mni'tli was like a hopper,; And «tin •<! the tire And sprinkled fca'.t, And ;ihook and feliOok I he Oonpei. The c!<tk struck nine, Um clock .-«.ruck ten. A'id t>l'.11 (lie coin kept popping; It struck eleven ami then st. uck twelve, A; i if'' mj : i ; i« t;f stOjijiin.'. And John he aie, am! Sue . hc thought Tlie. corn did oo i....

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

' ' ■ - ■-'"ii " ^.- • * ^ t VOL. V. ODIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1871. NO. 31. «MES S5ÜSB"! HOTELS. G LOBE HOUSE— E. E. PLATTE, Phoprutbims. (At tt>* foot oí the Wharf-) Jxdiaxola, Texas. The traveling community arc respeetfnlly i , vited to call. Accommodations excellent antl *11 dne attention pai«l to pwibi. Terms moder- ate. 0T BAGO \GE carried t« and Ifrom the Rteamships FREE Of CHARGE. M AGNOI.IA HOUSE— Mrs. Carter, MISCELLANEOUS. QEO. STERN A BRO., DIALERS IX BOOTS iJII SHOKS, Main Street, Indianola, Texas. fsign op the mammoth sooth.) Will keep constantly on hand an assortment from which we are able to suit everybody, wheth- er the demand is for dress or for work. Will sell at prices which challenge competition, and can never be undersold. call and examine. Dec-31 Proprietress;. This house having been thoroughly repair**!, rig once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. * • Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18,1871. ^TEELE 4 WILLI...

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

Induraba ^mtivá. charles a. oes bury, Editar sad Proprietor. O Ace o* It A, between Crocket aud Ward. - i , • — b> Th« ixbijumla BVUJtTd is published •wnTíMtr poininjr. Subscription,t* 00 per mubbhi. U. *.<a>twj-.or¡ « «qulvulmt is coin, W«Me IB advance. Single copie* 10 cents. tCROOAT, OCTOBER 3, Utl. DtmcniM C«V(«Nl*Mt rormra bihtmct. JOHN HANCOCK, Of Travis C'oonty. HON. rimt eimtCT, BOX. W. H. HKKNDOX, Of Smith Count;. SECOND PHTBICT. HON. .JOHN C. COKMOX, Óf Gray*on C'onnty. third srítmct. HON. P. c. GIDDING8, Of Wswhlngton County. 1 he Dallas Herald I« now ruder the editorial control of Capt. Jtob't Joselvn, formerly the e.litor of the Austin Gazette. We welcomo him back to Texas again, and trust bis able pen ia tbe canse of justice and right may hare its duo influence. Am OJBelal Report Of the Second Annual Tpxas Slate Fair, held in Hooston, Maj, 1371, ha been received, for which we retara thanks. The Third Annual mate Fair will be held in the Muse city, in May, 1871...

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

(Miañóla «¡Bulktiti, pout o t* d í a n o La. arrived. :r=r' Sep/ Office on St A, between Crockett Md Ward. HATES OF ADVERTISIRG. (IS U. S. CURRENCY.) One square, rone inch; first insertion, ft.50 each subsequent insertion, $1.00. MOSTna|[lM0. I 2 MO. | 3X0. j 8 MO. | 12 ¿0 INCH. i if $ 2 II 2 II * II 5. II c II 7 II 8 II 9 II 10 I! 15 u «9 I 4 $ 1! $ jo $ 18 * =1 7 • 10 15 24 35 10 14 20 30 45 13 18 20 36 55 10 22 30 42 ¡j5 | 1 26 35 48 75 « s 40 5! 85 ) ?r s4 43 60 95] M 38 '■Ñ m 103 X 42 u> 72 115 j 70 90 125 ir>! «01 100 140| 185 250 58.—Steamship Hutchinson, Talbot, New Orleans, to T.Poole. ? 99.—Schooner Kiuily, Moore.Oorpns < bristi ami ltn-kpiit. to R. I'reemau. 80.—5tea.u-.iiip «.liatón. Prabji, New. Or- leans, to T. J. Pooies CLnAKED. 29l—Schomer Agnes, tiruli, Corptfs Christi *ml ¡:oikjj«rt. .59.—St ca mili ip Uut.:hiaí~<n, Ta-bot, New Orleans. 35.—Schooner ilenrieitj^ ^eiaharUCtrput ('bi'L-ti and KJKttfcfÍTt. TO THS EX-51ÍJMBBUS O* THE FOLICK force. The Austin...

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

11 - I I- ■W~. •Imlifliicla Unlktin. STILL AM) COLD HE LAY. bt i. d. kobinbox, I am al->nc in my rhtmber now, Ao«l the midnight hour i afar; And the crack. u<l the clock's dull tick, Are the ooljr sound I'hcar. And over my tool in its F«litii<!r, ftweer, feelings of ¿uto - * gli<i>\ For mv heart and my eves are full when I thi/ik Of tne Utile boy that died. ^ And when I gazed on hi* innocent üce, Al stilt and «-old he lay. And thought what a lovely child he had been, And how soon he nnst decay; "Oh Death,' thou lovest the beaotJIU," In the woe of my spirit I crted, For sparkled the éye ami the forehead was fair Of the little b y that died. 1 shall miss him when the flowers come, In the garden where be played; I ¿hall mus him moro by the fireside. When the flowers have all decayed; 1 shall see bis toys and bis empty chair. And the borne he u*ed to ride; And they will s|**i k with a silent spceck Of the little boy that died. 1 shall see his little sister aziin. With her...

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