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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 6 July 1855

COMMERCIAL ~ PORT OF INDIANOLA. ENTERED. July 1—Steamship Morgan: Place, New Orleans.. Joly 4—Steamship Perseverance, Sheppard, New Orleans. cleared . „ , Jan* 80—8teamshlp Louisiana, Talbot, New Orleans. July 4—Steamship, Chus Morgan, Place, N Orleans. Manifest of Steamship Chas. Morgan, Capt. HENRY PLACE. PASSENGERS—Messrs Knos , Sohn lleliren, J B Smith 8 Webb, J Mitchell, F 8 Joues, J Rodrigues, Capt Mooie and 15(1 on deck. , . . „ .. CONSIGN ees—Baldridge Sparks A co., A Fromme, H Rumre A co.. J H Dale, W M Varnell A co., Ashwarth A Bergeon, B A Rlsher, Lt Williams USA Indianolu. E Nash A co Kirkiand, Baughn A co., Fulton, Hensley A co. Kerr & Clark, C H Jordan, It M Forbes, McKee A Harrison, La- vaca. Manifest of Steamship Perseverance. Capt. II. SHEPPARD. PASSENGERS—M; Hioneuu A lady. Bishop Odin, Messrs KParrish, Smith, Howell, Capt 8 W Fuller ton, W lloody J M Foster, F, Nash, Capt G W I'cndexter, and 10 on deck. CONSIGNEES—Baldriilgc, Sparks A Co., 11 Runge A co, A Fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 6 July 1855

PATENT MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES. ODD FELLOW'S DIRECTORY. FAYETTE. MISS. New Orleans, La. FAYETTE FEMALE ACADEMY, JiKSS her ion JOHN from the rlllsge for tha neeptton \r ■ ton w«B known to need an •*- the popularity of the «stab- — natura* on the the favorably the many riel tor. the surrounding country. re mad* many la- _ AID ROOMS ire op, and SAIL BOATS will e visitor , firee of charge- «'£sKas' 'ra,^i of the (teamen, who will land otel mm* 10 00 '¿id' Servant , hiár prié .' feblO-Ij ÜOITSL n*a CHENES VEHT8, r biloxi, miss. Rque rééldenced'4ta,el Meo oonniiedenjl 1w*Tlous la direction de Madame ELIZABETH itdeeouflle JOHN B PttADAT, eiuiée a en«iroi i village de liUoxl, eera oowrt aux vlsiteursl, VERTS eont trop bien coiiniu. —rS^ttre1? nombraos eran ta get le lae, aind que I'ean salia pure qui m| manqué d'lmpressloner favorable, Tielteure do NoureUe Orleans, Mobile, ont fhlt pendant I'hlver do nómbrense I BATEAUX A VOILES eerontantont dMvlelteureeane frals. Du VIN I ee proourer d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 13 July 1855

1 f ®lie HMfliiolfl finllftiii *a >mhjt a. ■ -un INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL ÍN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR* =ss= VOLUME 1. ssa=assfiflw CITY OF IMANOLA, TEXAS, JULY 13, 1855. NUMBER 14." Alertó €alf THE DARK HOUR. bt bev. h. hastinq8 weld. L. A woman, still in the bloom of youth, sat alone in an humble apart- ment. Alone,—and yet not alone; for, although there were none with whom she could exchange a thought, the basket-cradle at her foot shelter- ed a little being, which made Mary Irwine, feel whatever the world may think, still she was not alone. Nor was she companionl ess; what moth- er is? To the stranger and the indii- ferent, the infant may seem, if not a cipher, a trouble, and a wearisome charge. But she whose own blood flows in its veins, never forgets, and never wearies. We have said Mary was still in the bloom of youth. But the bloom was sadly faded. Care, suffering, want, had blanched the roses on her cheeks. A few days before, y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 13 July 1855

Joo. H. Rogers Jr. Mb. •f LtUit. n's line of Idol. for*PUin ¡hm ■ Pp to«¥r«ní , only point on loaded wage the Qpenn St< £u*i ru;t ,, cad be built from the toria, forty ratfe* on a ing from l«v«Und p worth of/bn .by wagon,«nd d seventy thoas- sihg yearly, wharf win the ci mH is with - pride and note the ttpid iocrease in i£ on our promised irlp to the ;bélbie returning, to visit ffllxas, that 1b,«11 Biaher'a flneline of Stag* one or two tangent* V; ,\m .iilíi , tstoloekupsnbeeribeis .tar of oouiae Wo fae N.wfnti.i feMfatheadvaittagea ;n*y/t* that the where die ill tolfWt/f Utmal In title eoe* >Tr ™ .«*4 three that the , and thajt the/ It, aa we will be n .!• i1'" v1 friend Mr. of Texan , that the crops of ly «H Corn, were never i (fane to aave it, and get op a public tor the purpose of lower, Hpase of not sfhount to anything however. Mr. Stockdale, we understand made an axoollent speech, but abide from that nothing was done. There are nów t$pe p^ñdid&t^a ¡¿ the field. We of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 13 July 1855

i I 1 Thk Yacht America.—A New York letter says there a probability that tbe fa- mous Yacht America will soon belong to an American again. Since"Com. Stevens von tbe cup in the British Ragatta, and •old her, the America was so altered that •he can now make no speed. Georg e Steers, her builder, is trying to obtain her, when he will take off the British additions make such improvements as will suggest, •ail her himself, and then pit her against the Maria. Clean Baths.—One of the beat signs of the refinement and cleanliness of a popu- lace may be found in the number and neat- ness óf their bathing establishments A severe reproof was administered the other day, by a gentleman, who, at a bathing- place, was shown to a bath, where, appar- ently, the water which served the last cus- tomer remained unchanged. The gentle- roan, drawing upon old Joe Miller for a joke, inquired of the bath-keeper, with an air of innocent simplicity—"Pray, sir where do people go to wash after bathing here ?" O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 13 July 1855

FAYETTE, JH8S. ■¥i "'•■'w.. , & ¡TJSKi tu « hM0.tr VERTS, M FAYETTE FEMALE ACADEMY, ION OOÜNTt, MISSISSIPPI. i*r UM fhliilimi of tor, WM. leoatad M mliee from Notches Ib eaeef the m beakhjr seo- advantagea for acquiring «¡«suboí^ Drawing, *e. Instruction r ss wsU as theoretically, aad «rita, m writ as nú I-i Irsíisalr y ser Is divided loto twn Isas! orí of flrt itb* Nck. commencing oo Mm list Ibtdv la March the ftnthmfnr la October. mw per Imj — of I Months, payable to Adían. Boa,roMIjy, LlgUe and IW,..|N # IUMmm Primary Department, <0 00 - .neo is oo H 00 00 EXTRA. ton Aw* or (Miar,.. «00 00 ■ ■ 10 00 . P lo 00 Work, 6 00 mm be made Ib advance, unless .y* ! sresment a i win farnish their own towels, oombs and >rrtn, uí havr their apparel plainly marked. Me pupil received for a abortar parlad than one Session, and no iladaotioo made for absence, anlsssln cases of pro- fraetsd Bases. Al papua who do not attend directly fron fcosse are eapected lo beard In tba Instítutloo. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 20 July 1855
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 20 July 1855

f i ■RHHH w # a ■ -.-«"i _ r the Steam- fine steamships Charles have kindly Aimished OHmmu files, tor whloh we of Lading. a mil «apply of the 1# form of Bill adopted by Harria A Morgan', line of and Heir Orleans steamera. Job Work. are now prepared to do Job. Work, Plain xintu In theeoontrr. Try "'onr Agents.' Black, and be- a Job aa any K. It Dowbmt ia our Agent at Lavaoa. J*o. T. Fobs and J. Bbocoh are oar authorized Agenta at Texana. ANNOUNCEMENTS. IfTtofMfcr<UB>oanctn'0*ndl,< >«*°a°e> **odranot, 9 5 not paid In DlMriot onoM, •••••■ • W In mItumm, $S additional will I charged. lanounoe Ool. JAKES H. ,iii candidatetor Oorawor , tha earning Augut OeoUon. al the tewing «tollón. >- w ¥ m ennoane* Bon. f, K. Bell a* * for it «Iaction to Coogr««, from the Second fW Wear aathorlaad to airaonnoa T.K. WHITE, aa a candidate for RrpretentaUre of tba Ulntrlct oompo. aadof tba countte* of Calhoun and Jackann, In the Lower Howe oI tbe Leglalature. EUotion lit. Monday In Augiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 20 July 1855

J c 4 What is cholera!—A Dr. Knapp icgton Kentucky, haa published a Muv in which ne professes to hav< What is cholera!—A Dr. Knapp, of Cov- s lengthy hare discov- ered the cause of cholera. He deems it to be a 'hemorragio termi- nation, or a manifestation of the dying phenomena of scorbutus.' Clear as mud. TBI HAPPY RESULTS FROM THE USE OP sb- xiahxs chjsbratbd liver fills, Art dally forcing thwnselves before the public. Our cltl- ieai will (peak out. Read the following. Thlt li to oerttfy that I wa« troubled with liver complaint for lis month , and being advised by a Mend to uie Dr M'Lace'i Celebrated Liver PUI«, I got two boxea, and by the time I bad Snlibed taking them the dbeaie had entirely dis- appeared. I therefore cheerfully recommend them to all afflicted with llrer complaint, or any other disease arising from excess of bile, MRS. CARNES, No. S Clinton itreet New Tork. Purchaien will be carefol to ask for and take none bus Dr M'LANE'B VERMIPUGE. All others, In comparison...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 20 July 1855

¡£j5U i taBflMÜio «x* Itr of the estab- an, natura' on the the £ f the I at any time T New Orleans «•vary week •nro ¡ Wfyfr ItJ 00 -■ CHKNES VERTS, vlsUeurslt dibaruuerout au wharf de I'liotel. 4 conditions: connm. Ion. La d' tago mS. Orlúana, Mobile, . l'hlver de nombreuses VOILES ncront cn tout hum frals. I)u VIM se procurer d<«. ÜHEVAUX et dei la flil&bre COMPAQ NIK d« Ma- im ant engugie, et en peut «'at- «emalne. it descendre mix CIIENES VKRT8, crie* cupltutuea de bateau, qui lea BEg-.r: ....teaentena etlea ■ ! domestiques peront alraoltli prl*. SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI. having leased for a tenn of years theae •BUTured and highly valuable Mineral mft «(fully Informa the public that he hna EhM * coinmodloua Hotel for the reoeptlon of MM- lera. During the past winter j> made to the hotel, and no j It In the highest degreeV-on- fortablc. Attached to the hotel are to be i Spring*, aa made by a distinguished clien contain mineral qualities urthe hlgheat or- n and sulphuretted h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 27 July 1855

. - ' Iff ■ -l 1 2lu Jnbianola Bulletin • p INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, JULY 27, 1855. NUMBER 1C. Sisrellatietnis. Rangers and Ranging. Most persona, in every part of the world, nave heard of the intrepid valor of the Texas Rangers. Their -deeds have been recorded in song 'and story. But the songs have been sung in Texas, while the stories of their courage and their hair breadth escapes have been published every- where. The majority of mankind have ■crude and ill-digested notions about many things, ana in nothing are they more mistaken than in their concep- tions of warriors of all kinds, and particularly a Texas Ranger. In the States, as we used to say in Texas, he is regarded asa semi-savage—a man of great physical strength and ferocious aspect—a dare devil, ready and anxious to engage in scenes of ■blood as pastimes. But the Texas Ranger presents a very different appearance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 27 July 1855

MMMBMil iré i|H| as,'; M' •; >',X V„ t I *. ■pil Rw1' i of BUla i'sliaso >ln be- Job as any l Lavaca. i our authorized •vwt*. ÍTS, ifcroOo*, fnarfroAM, $S IMjl Mtdltioiwl wtt b* óiuiffld. ,ú?:f of (h ^DMrtet oompo- Jaokion, In the Lower lit Monday In Augtut K3fc.fcffifSK fffVRWNSf Calhoun, In the Lower i nest Augut. i^ssiAWstes steAsnsÍ '• *k t¡f ■ m m tj j i^gaa be Remembered: i bMoh it the only point on Texas, where loaded wi i interior, oan meet the Ooean Stea- i Railroad can be built from the to Victoria, fortymiles, on a varying from a level, and dolían worth of bridge i the whole line. [ receipts, «pon that line era, by wagon and and seveoty thoua- are increasing yearly, lerhorn whan win the ci- it is with pride and rapid increaae in ity. ¡rotation of thir- ndaof pawen- i place annually and December 1854. but i {'notwithfttand- was an epidemic du- to": ui widow or Dé Witt Clinton, died at M last., aged leaders to thé who Is an inerofGen ÉHÜI Raj I s-V.-/ . f y í ■ hp J t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 27 July 1855

«HiT II rami) ÉÉaÉÉÉS The Clevlani Herald offers to stake Its reputa- tion tor veracity, that dour will be down to $G 50 per barrel in thirty days. It says the crops nev- er looked better iu the State of Ohio, and the prospect is that there will be the largest yield ever known in that State. INDIANOLA PRICES CURRENT. CarefüUy Corrected every "Week. MOLA^IS^^ gal Sugar-house... 28035 MACARONI— box....1.75(521 AXES— Collins BACON—^ & Sides, Cloar. .11@12-J Ribbed 9fr@10NAIL&— Shoulders..... Hams 13@15 BUCKETS—$ doz Painted... .$3@$3.25 BROOMS— Per doz.. ,2.50@4.50 BAGGING—$ yd East India.,. . 15@ COFFEE—^ lb Rio 12@12| CANDLES—$ lb Sperm 3 Star 24@30 CHEESE—fib Eng Dairy... 18J@20 Western @ CEMENT— Per barrel 3.00 CORN— Pr bushel 1.25@1.50 CIGARS— %M 8.00@50.00 FLOUR—Vil bbl Ohio 12.00@12.50 Extra.. 13.00 @13.50 FISH— Mackerel, No 1 i bbls " j u ii kits " 3.20@$4 Herring, ^ bx.. 1.25 Cod—bx. . 1.45@1.76 Sardines—bx.. 30@40 Lobstera-bx-$8@$6i GLASS—f box 10x12 . ...2,50@2.75 LA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 27 July 1855

((«IKmMÉ MM The many Miar*; nrecKir. r the many v<(ltors -zxebl BILMASD BOOM/1 «re np, and BAIL BOATS will ba visitor , free of aharga— tima I twtce evsry waak "AK8. ara raquea «, Wko will laiul .i. .1.......V..... ;.. $io jo • • • ala • • • • « • • • • a a a • * « • *f 00 fcblO-Iy FAYETTE, MÍSS. FAYETTE FEMALE ACADEMY. JEFFERSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. s Mala, affords superior advantages i, lolld, and accomplished aduoatlon. me of Instruction embrace* the ve Rav. WM. from Natcliet healthy «ec- tor acquiring various English taught In Uta beet Pernal* geminarle*, to- In, Trench, Music, Drawing, tc. Instruction French la conveyed practically a* wall aa theoretically, > wlk being required to speak and writ*, a* wall a* read the pupil* being i the Isnguace. The iflininilfl year la divided Into two Sessions of Ave the Brit Moaday in March 'lal'tirilñil ÍV" deecripban. U d' a vantage* •alto pure Nouvelle Oriéaná, Mob*e, I'hlrerde VCILES ■an* 'ral*. month* each, commencing and the Ont M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 11 August 1855

SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 1866. Mr. Doraatt, the obliging clerk of the Steam- ship Mexioo, will please accept our thanks for files of late New Orleans papers. WLaat week one of our boys was sick, and two others rendered incapable of work from ac- cident, hence they were unable to got out a pa- per then, or to help get out a whole one this week. A Bibd Flown.—The man o'Connell, who has been confined in the jail at this place for the last twelve or lourteen months, so that he might stand his trial for murder, made good his escape on Thursday night lost It is evident, from the manuer in which the tiling was managed, that he was assisted by somo good and efficjent friend from the outside. Well, we cannot say that we «re sorry. Poor, unfortunate animal; that he was gi ilty of a great crime, we have no doubt— indeed he even admits it himseif—and although we would be slow to prevent the laws from be- ing put into force, or even wish to see justice cheated, yet we really think the fact of this po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 11 August 1855

, ) • ' FAYETTE, MISS. FAYKTTÜ FKMALK ACADEMY. JEFFERS ON OOWTY, MISSISSIPPI. ~""1 Institution, under Um superintendence of Hiiv. WM. OURTIM Mid Udy, located M miles from Hatches (<**• swtkMNhysec- r^vsjUatcs for acquiring ncM the various Kngtlih taught In the M ramal* familiarice, u- i, French, MusM>, Drawing, Ac. Instruction ii la conveyed praottfally aa arall aa theoretically, • WM required ta apaak and write, a* wefl aa read w I tile jraar U divided dolo iwo geodon of Ore commencing oo the Ora* Monday In March " f In October. i of • Month , payable in Advance. Washing, Light* and Fuel,.. |M 5 7 Department, 00 y*.w MNl (l - . . •aiory Junior " " SfHior " ntr- EXTRA Mi.tie on Piano or Quitar,. ...«■i 30 ...28 on ...UU DO Mi HMWMV ) «OH WUI W«U ELjU^i ■' "f Alii na In all ..|S0 00 10 no i 10 oo 6 oo be made In advance, unless dlapeneed with by epenlal agreement with the ~ .... IA their own towels, combs lloardere will furnl ODD FELIOW'S DIRECTORY. nombre d* inotam iMlée pure ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 17 August 1855

¡¡ h t InbtanolQ INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ANDREW MARSCHALK, EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 1. •CITY OF IMANOLA, TEXAS, AUGUST 17, 1855. NUMBER 18. NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN. The following authentic facts may- serve to show that man is never too old to learn : Socrates, at an extreme old age, learnt to play on musical instruments. Th's would look ridiculous for some rich old men of our city, especially if they should take into their head to thrum a guitar under a lady's win- dow, which Socrates did not do, but only learned on some instrument of his" time, not a guitar, for the pur- pose of resisting the wear and tear of old age. Cato, at eighty years of ago, thought proper to learn the Greek language. Many of our young men at thirty and forty, have forgotten even the alphabet of language, the knowledge ot which was necessary to enter col- lege, and which was a daily exercise through college. A fine comment upon the love of letters, truly. Plutarch, when b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 17 August 1855

.ls l i of Billa a'aliaao to apologia* the youth- Charley, blm on a long We admire bout A* W to bo muck 1< i) and bo only foliad, becaoae the money warn't Otar. By the by, Charley, we admire your paper Tory much aiooe you enlarged it, and hope you may meet your moet brilliant anticipations. I 11111,1 r IJ I "Lljmn ^"uvinriaaWL-L-Lar ffT Yellow fovsr It aeema ia still on the In- create In New Orleans. The official report for last week gires 322 deaths from that awful dla- It • any r.Tk ort«. .N . ailt from the worth of bridge >% i - I receipti, apon that line wagon and enty tboas- increase in of thir- i of passen- lly and nber1804, but notwithstand- waa an epidemic du- 1 hult has been which, with I •'A. V. COonnelj^ap- n" of last week. Will i diasatisded pisase look at immediately under the lit*!! you a little incident > Borne months before our fothsr (who was, proba- printed a paper In S) died, he oal- ah«et to hie bedside, ba your lot some If so, remember old Cither gives ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 17 August 1855

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS. DIRECTORY new mms Rice grows spontaneously in Minnesota "some parte of Upper Canada, and is " in large quantities by the In- i the ncinity of Rice Lake, in Min- nesoUt. They sail in amongst it in canoes, bend the rice down and beat the kernals into their boats. In this way some 6000 bushels are annually gathered in Rice Lake alone. We see it stated that the Trustees of the old Bank of the United States will wind up its affair finally on the 20th of Septem- ber next, when the concern will cease to exiBt in any shape. It has taken fourteen years to wind it up. A light house is about to be erected on that dangerous point known as Cape Race, the southeastern point of Newfoundland. WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS SAY OF SB- ITLANE3 CELEBS ATE D LIVER FILLS, Nkw York, August 80,1868. pW~We. the undersigned, having made trial of Dr. M'- Lace'a Celebrated Liver Pills, must acknowledge that they •re the belt medicine for Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, and liver.comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 17 August 1855

m $is.VM«5? *yvy>yi^ y* HM Spjfsíi ■Ü ¡fin mfirM : .'■ '''■" :y::'' ¡ 0W§ iif á'- . 5Ss of Rkt. WM ra. asr" for acquiring M theoretically, as well ai read No pupll and nodedi traotadUli "3= i year la divided loto two Sessions of «ra ng on Um firit Monday in March payable In Advance. ' and Fuel,.. W 5 * 20 09 89 60 88 00 E3ÉTR-A. W °° Ftdno or Guitar, (JM 00 ,.,.10 00 Mng,.v..r 10 00 *,....? BOO caw* be made In advance, union with by (pedal agreement with the i win famlih their own towel , comb ve their apparel plainly marked. for a ihorter period than one Session, ade for absence, unless in caseaof pro- 1 pupila who do not attend directly froa to board In the Institution. r particulars aee Annual Catalogue, or address Iebl0-ly NATCHEZ, MISS. WILMABTH FEMALE COLLEUE, A en toot . On TIM «i en petit •,at- "1éM* 1*1«H VU 'Jp!7r . v;. T.-'-htv :« : Tuition i Hualo I;'v:'4S K •:? «H PI. i «: and at : cannot of the I chemiat, gheat or- i «let In ION. ney.but > they e dlatri It UN U. ...

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