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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 31 October 1871

üñr<«ií i -rt<m f I i L THE BULLETIN. i VOL. V. HOTELS. G LOBE HOUSE— Mrs. A. M. McGrew, Proprietress, < At the foot of the Wharf ) Isdiasola, Texas. TV t-aveling community are respectfully ip- ;ú 1 t<>■ Accommodations excellent, *nd !! due atf-ntion paid to guests. Terms to^xler- aarBA<5C?AGE carried t% and {from the >f-r,mehi¡)S FREE Of CftABOK. AGSOLIA HOUSE— • Mrs. Carter, ft Proprietress. ( This house havinfi^'oeen thoroughly repaired, is once more opeiv for the accommodation of ijoth transient anM permanent boarders. Terms mode; áte. iodianola, ^¿arch 18, 1871. G i ULF HOTEL— E. SIEDER, PBOpniETOtt Main Stbeet, Indiaxola. Every accommodation will be afforded to trav- elers and emigrants. A Befttanrant is attacliod to the house, at nhich meals can be had at all hours of thi lay. . Juli29-ly. mámm INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871. NO. 35. MISCELLANEOUS. QEO. STERN k BRO., DBALXX8 111 BOOTS AID SHOKS, Main Street, Indianola, Tuat. (sign op the ¥a3k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 31 October 1871

. If I I 1 I Iff III i Si- ll Is ■ — " • \ % i ?/ it' I i r | i I ftfttáiatwJa CHARLES a. OGSBURV, Proprietor. OImot 8t A, b«t<r««<i Cro«k«t and Ward , ay mornfny. Subscript* , per annum, U. S. mrrmti, or iu equivalent In coin, payable In adranc* aiugU eopies 10 ceaU. TUBSDAT, OCTOBER 31, 1WL Pwwaal' Jndgs Barden, Major A. H. Phillip* of Tioto- ria, ud other member* of the bar, pa through here last Saturday on their waj to at- tend Court atCorpoa Christi, and other points w «at ward. The Lampsssss DitpeUch saya the cholera prevails at Austin. Uitto, "chicken- ditto, Wo Acpe it won't affect "ehicken-pie." This dish has got to be such a favorite with Radical politicians that it would be • pity tp spoil their appetites. Wood's For November, is received. As usual, it con- tains s large amount of reading matter of every variety, suited to the tastes of alL Each suc- ceeding number seeips to strfppes the preced ing ones. The music ia by W. T. Oiffie, and is a charming little song, e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 31 October 1871

sgnáúuwlft ¡SnlUíia. O 111 ce oil St. A. between Crockett and Ward. RATES Sí ABVKSTISIHO. 'IV C. S. CURRENCY.) One sqn.tre, (one inch) flr.->t insertion, 11-50; each Hulmc<iuei:i insertion. ll.OU. month* ti 1 xo. mea. 1 ¡¡ I 9 3 4 5 A 1 9 0 10 15 80 H íl 10 13 1« 19 «# 88 SI 6. 801 | 3 no. I | Ixo. | C no. | 18 MO ,31 14 | 1* SSi 96! 30 84 K 48 ;o 100 10 ♦ 181 ♦ ® 04 1 35 •M) 30 45 :* «0 43 1 «5 SB 48 40 54 SB «V M 55 <0 K 105 M> Ta 115 do 136 175 140 185 250 mSf The BrLLKTiK, having an extensive cir- c uUÍÍob throughout all Western Texas, offers the great^Kt inducements to advertisers generally. Zí. t — i O B PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets, Brlets. Card , Hand-bills. ■ letter-Heads. Bill-Heads. Wagon Receipts, Vgr • itinsc Cards. Circulars, &<•., Ac., executed >*Hh ac.itne** and dispatch. of the Texas p. W Huddlerten, of Hallatavili- , is agont for the Biíllbti in Lavaca cnur.tr- J. H. Le Pert ii the special, a^ent Bulletin for O-iiveston and fcas-arn * Tho«) TMe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 31 October 1871

T V i- P ■ H 4:! IV* . ffudianola §«lidia. SEND THE LITTtE OSES HAPPY TO BED. Send the little ones happy to bed. When closes the trouble mie day- Let no hanh invective be (aid. To niiBe their mind while they pr*y. Sore trials and trouble so soon. The sweet sleep of childhood will ban; And let them lie joyfoily down And cherish bright dreams while they can. the little ones happy to bed. may be mlschiero they as and Kature seldom bestows a wise head On a rosy-cheeked, light-hearted child. Then let their «lad spirits have play. And brighter and stronger the 11 grow, Like a stream that runs free on its way, And suffer no rheck in its flow. Send the little ones happy to bed- Yon know not what ill may be near— Ere the morning yonr pets may V dead- Then vain the regret or the tear. go let theui lie down with delight, And fail not to give and to take A ki s when they prattle "good night," And a kiss in the morn when they wake. TklXi Toch Wipe. —If yon are i n trou ble, or & quandary, te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 21 November 1871

THE INIlANOLA WEEKLY BULLETIN. vol. y. ijídianola, texas, tuesday, november 21, 1871. no: 38. HOTELS. g LOBE HOUSE— Mrs. A. M. McGbew, Proprietfttnr, (At tbe foot of the Wharf*) Ixduitola, tkéa*; The trnTdini? comnranity ire respectfully ih< Vited tr> c n. excellent, and all dne attention paleto guests. Terms moder- ate. •srTUftaAOE carried *• and from the Steamships PR EE OP CHANGE. M AGNOI.IA HOUSE— Mrs. Carter, m MISCELLANEOUS. Q.EO. STERN k BRO., DIALERS I* iSO SHOE S, BOOT S Main Street, Indianola, Texas. (sign op the mammoth boots.) r #HÍ keep constantly on hand an sssortntfent rroiu which we are able to «nit every body ^Wbeth- e> the demand is for dress or Mr work, w ill sell ait prices which challenge competition add can' tfevérr be undersold. Call ahd examine; Dec* if s Pbopbietbess. This house having been thoroughly repaired, is once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18,1871. TEELE A WILLIAMS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 21 November 1871

—— t > I ^nüiantiín gtaftetiit. CHARLES A OGSBÜRY, Kditor and i'roprletor. Ofllrií on St. A, between Crocket **«1 Ward. Ififr- Til.; (XDlASOLA JUL LET IN Í published . vers Tuesday morning. Subscription,<8 UtI per ii:nw, i!.! . rtirrem-T, or its equivalent in coin, j, . - in advance- Single copies 10 cents. TIKODAT, NOVEMBER 21, 1811. Judge In another column we publish Judge Barden's refutation of the charges made against him in the matter of the "Birdseye" case. It is right that the papers which published the articles on the-oilier side of the question should permit him to exonerate himself V publishing hie de- fence. ^ We hare received Baliou's Monthly Magazine for December. '1 he December number of this popular magazine is out and for sale at all the depots in the coun- try. It i* a capital issue, and has more reading or real value and interest than any publication df its-class in the country. No one can fail to be interested in "Baliou's Magazine, for the simple reason tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 21 November 1871

Office on St. A, between Crockett and Ward. RATB8 OF ADVEBTISISC. (IK U. S. CURRENCY.) One ««inire, fone inch) first insertion, $1.50 ; each sulísequeiit insertion, $1.00. | 2 mo. | 3 mo. | 6 mo. [ 1-2 mo mffxtus ¡i 1 mo. -*hch. 1 j| 4 2 li 3 il 4 '! 5 il 6 II 1 II 8 I! II 10 || 15 II 20 I) pfcy- The Bulletin, having an extensive cir- ■ dilation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets, Uriels, Cards, Han<l-l)ills, Letter-Heals, Bill-Heads, Wagon Receipts, Vis- 4 1 7 t 10 $ IS $ 25 7 10 15 24 35 10 14 20 30 45 13 18 25 36 55 1« r> : 42 65 IS 26 35 48 75 23 90 40 54 85 25 34 45 60 95 28 38 66 105 31 4-2 uÓ 72 115 55 70 SO 1*25 175 80 | 1W IV) 183 250 iting Cards. Circulars, n-.itne*s and Ms|iatc!i. executed with P. W IIiirtiiu-ston. of Halletsville, is agent for the Bulletin in Lavaca county. J. !I. Le Pert is the special agent of the Bulletin for Gdver-tou and Eastern Texas generally. Thus. Mc In ty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 21 November 1871

ílTMii— — Indiand ftoUfti . CHILDHOOD's WMC. I know not why, yet often, when I'm seated Wrapt in some day-dream's «o®, delicious Within the cloisters of my soul repeated i hear the music sweet of other days. The cndle-sang that, when the evening Begin'to&Il, breathed «at a soft " Good The bojMh'gtee that nm am as the meadow At early mora, when bright— The organ tones, so solemn and days when faith The far-off woodland's echoes of some choros Unnff o'er hy childish voices, sweet an< And with the mask comes the recollection Of morning welcome, and of evening prayer— Of parents' tender love and kind protection— Of snnny days, devoid of grief and care— Of hopes and promises so fondly spoken When teachings goo birth, good to good resolve* gave Wiuie the yet dear home circle was unbioken, 'Mid hoars of fireside merriment and mirth. Ah me I these scenes come back with all the seeming Of sweet reality—I know not why— And so I find a pleas ore in this dream: And these dim melodies of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 28 November 1871

MÉ mrnmm* mimw! un ipca uiiiw!iü>i.i|i ■SWF5 —— y THE VOL. V. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, .NOVEMBER, 28, 187Í. HOTELS. ^JLOBE HOUSE— Jira. A. X. MoObew, Proprietress, (Mike foot of th« Wharf*) IjIDIAHULA, TtXAB. The travwThrs <* mnranity are respectfully in- vitetl to call. Accommodations excellent, and all dne attenti<m paid to guests. Terms moder- ate. 0T BAGGAGE carried ta and from the Steamships FREE OP CHARGE. M AGNOIJA HOUSE— Mrs, Carter, A Pboprietress. This house having heert thoroughly repaired, is once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Turma moderate. Indiauola, March 18, 1871. IJULF HOTEL— E. 8IEDER, Phopbietor. Mais Htbeet, Ijtdiakola. Every accommodation will be afforded to trav- elers aiid emigrants. A Kestaurant is attached to the house, at wliicli meals can be had at all hours of the jay. July29-lv. M ENGER HOTEL— W. A. MEJiGER, Pbopbietob, San Antonio, Texas. 11TY HOTEL, NEW ORLEANS, LA. To meet the views ami necessiti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 28 November 1871

mmmmrnass r IntliauaJa CHARLES A. OGSBURY, Editor and Proprietor. OHM oa St. A, between Crocket and Ward. The Inbiaxola Bullet is U publMhed evrv Tue*<lav inoruing. Subscription. $2 00 per an in' . I'. S. currency, or its equivalent in coin, parable iu advance. Single copies 10 cents. TCEODAY, SOKOtBER S8,« >67). Martial Law Was "imperatively necessary" in Limestone county. Stanley Welch has made.4ffldaiit that it was. rHow is that for high ? Gen. McCnlloeh'a Latter. In another column will be? found an impor- tant letter from Osa. McCulloch, in response to another of Elliott's "variations" concerning our railroad and bar interests. The San Antonio and Austin Papers Of late have been filled with strgtwr cuts in favor of an early railroad connection with the Oulf, by Travis and Bexar counties voting in favor of the propositions presented by the Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific Railway. Hon. M. B. Walker, One of the Supreme Judges of this State, from Ohio, has returned to his post...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 28 November 1871

. §fndia#ria Sffaltetia. Office on St. A, between Crockett and Ward. Nov. KATES OF ADVERTISING. (IS ü. S. CURRENCY.) One squnre, (one inch) first insertion, $1.50; each sub-ojuent insertion, $1.00. months ij 1 mo. J*o. 3 MO. | 6 MO. ii MO -inch. 1 If 4 $ 7 10 18 $ 25 i 7 10 15 24 35 3 10 14 20 30 45 4 13 18 25 38 55 5 16 22 .30 42 65 -6 1 26 33 48 75 7 22 30 40 51 85 S 25 34 45 60 «5 (H 28 38 66 105 10 31 42 s 72 115 15 55 70 90 125 175 20 | 801 100 140 185 250 The BfLLETis, haying an extensive cir- culation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally-. JOB PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets. Briets. Cards, Hand-bills, Tetter-Heads, Bill-Heads, Wagon Receipts, Vis- iting Cards. Circulars, &<•,., Ike., executed with ftA"tt e*s a!Kl Mspatoti. P. W Hu<l<ti<-*ton, of Hallctsville, is agent for the Bcixktix in lavaca connty. J. H. Le Pert Is the speMal agent f the Bcllktis for Galveston and Eastern Texas generally. Tho*. Mclntyre is the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 28 November 1871

Indiatwla 38uUftin. OLD LETTERS. I sit with letter* on ay knees And in a weary taak«ngage; To trj and lem by degreaa, The correspondence of an Age. Ctf these epistles. some with tears, And some with la tighter overflow. While others tell of hopes and fears, And joja departed long ago. This honied scrawl from Coo sin James, In agitated mind composed. The interesting fact proclaims, That he has recently proposed. These loving words, almost erased, "I long, my boy, for your return," Were by a mother's Angers traced— Ah me! bow dim these caadles born! In one pink envelop I find little dead forget-me-not. A lit Whose withered petals call to mind sell nigh forgot. An incident we For once a pretty bine eyed maid Selected ft from her bouquet, And to the npper room we strayed, And np the staircase wonnd oar way. I vowed to keep this faded weed— At twenty-one sach fools we are! I'll bnrn the rnbbish and proceed- To li.ht another choice cigar. A Vibgihia Rival'of the Yosemlte.— A correspondent...

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

I. Ml V 'I / -v v flr * • v'-~ ¡ A •' / / ^ THE INDIANOLA WEEKLY BULLETIN. VOL V. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1871. NO. 40. HOTELS. QLOBE HOUSE— # Mr . A. 3L iKcOasw, Proprietress, i At ths foot of the Wharf ) Iroturoia, Txxas. The traveling community are respectfully in. vited to call. Accommodations excellent, and «11 dne attention paid to goes ta. Terms moder- ate. SGT BAGGAGE carried te and from the KteamshipH FREE O If CHARGE. M AGXOLIA HOUSE— Mrs. Carter, £ Pbopkietrkss. This house having been thoroughly repaired, is once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18, 1871. QULF HOTEL— E. SIEDKR, Pbopbistor. Mais Street, Ihdiaxola. Eréify lí6¿níMflá tion will b« afforded to trav* jlers and « migrants. A Restaurant is attached to the house, at which meals can be had at all hours of the ¿yr. July29-ly. M EN GEE HOTEL- IT. A. MENGER, Puopkixtor, Sax Ajrrojno, Texas. ^JITY HOTEL, NEW ORLEANS, LA. To meet th...

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

r *2> ! rv of fchi, CHARLES A.«OGSBURY, Editor and Proprietor. THE- The political ; cy of this gres Í0S aadm*na; termination8 XT PRESIDENT. grants to the Chief Magistra- Ik-pnolic are at v.ark inaneape!- ■eilkrlree t4 a Kcejjful nv'of tbem are doomed to ci irrupt and basa advisors, -whose whole and sole aim is the overthrow of constitutional gov- ernment, and on its ruins to build np a despot- ism ten times alore despotic than that of Russia. be saUiy disappointed in their mad ambition to he President of thes'.- United .States of America. OBle«> an St A, between Crocket ami Ward. , i Who will be the man that is to sit in the Pre i- bxoLA Brr.letix is pnUbked ! evPry Tue-><TáY morning-. Sulwcription, %- 00 p«r i anniigi. Ü,&j rúa ' M iinuít. ( .■ payable in cents. TCK DAT, DECEMBER 5. ISIt. x- str-fe-. JSMá'. . Home Again. After a bijef vUi; to the Crescent City we have returned to our post to atwatne oar wait daffá*. ' Dárfng onr ats'enoe we have been in- debted to G...

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

HHfiMlHME u~ ¡T1B^Í5ÍS mm !S, í .'I Office on St. A, between Crockett and Ward. rates op advertising. (IX U. S. CURRENCY.) One squire, (one inch) first insertion, $1.30; e.ic'i ; i:j- 'iiieni insertion, $1.00. nostus ¡j 1 no. 2 no. 3 MO. | 6 MO. 12 MO INCH. 1 '• % 4 I 1 7 $ 10 $ 18 $ 25 2 II 7 ! 10 15 24 $> 3 !| 1« 14 20 30 45 1 II 13 18 25 36 55 5 1! 1« 2 30 42 65 6 ¡1 1 •26 35 48 75 7 1Í 22 3!) 40 54 íñ 8 |l 25 ¡M 45 fio ft5 Pt I! 28 3H 105 1-J Ii 31 42 uá | 72 115 15 || 55 70 «) 125 175 ) Ü 80 100 ' 140 185 250 lipff The lit li.ktls, having ¡in extensive cir- culation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets, Uriels. Cards, Han i-bills, "Letter-!lends. |{iU-Hc*U. Wagon Receipts. Vis- itinr Cards. Circulars, Ac., Sc., executed with ui' itN '" an 1 •!¡.«patch. P. W iludaicston, of Halletsville, is agent for tin- Bcli.ktin in Lavaca county. .J. H. Le Pert is the special agent of the BlllRTin for Galves...

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

c ffnAúraslx falWi#. [ftMiCWtlirtKiiH, MipnlteiatU boeee, veMtwpop- «lar for t£e itmtM tbey bvi bM dor- ia Mm peeI miwi. TIm pattMM sbowa 4o not diflar mucb froes tbe etvlee of last y Mr. The prettiest «re the obloag boop, with bell and pendanta. Tbe pele yellow •old, without polish, whicb ii filad iba Borneo gold, tbe polished and tbe red- disk gold, remain in gold for these sets. Tliej range in price from $10 to $120. cuius, nauat axd bbacblots. Tbe opera chain, which pssaee around the seek by an adjustable slide, which may bo fastened at tbe throat or lower dowp, ooetioaee in favor. A gold tassle is tfco fashionable ornament worn npon the abort end of tbe ehain, while tbe wateb is attached to tbe otber end. In nonWlseos, beery links of Soman gold, forming what is called the cable cbaiu, are tbe moat popular, although spiral necklaces, which are not ao expensive, are chosen by many ladies. Tbe pen' danta are crosses of Bomas gold and leek- eta, of wbioh there are an innumerable va...

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

1 TISEMENTS. INDIANOLA V 9 OF CALHOUN TY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VOLUME V. "íe issuing'of bonds of HOTELS. LOBE HOUSE— G Mrs. A. M. McGrew, Proprietress, tAt the foot of the Wharf.) I.ndiasola, Texas. The traveling community are rospectfullv in- Viff-'l to call. Accommodations excellent,"and all dne attention paid to guests. Terms moder- ate. tnr RAGOAGE carried t« and from the Steamships J'liEE Of CHARGE. M YG SOLIA HOUSE— Mrs. CaHer, Proprietress. This house having been thoroughly repaired, is once more open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indiauola, March 18, 1871. CONFECTIONERS. R r. m. bcndbll. UN DELL & NOLDA, emaxwei. kolda. 0 UL.F HOTEL- E. SIÉDER, Proprietor. Main Street, Ijcdianola. Every accommodation will be afforded to trav- jlers and emigrants. A Restaurant is attached to the house, at which nieala can be had at all hours of the Jay. July29-ly. M ENGEIt HOTEL- W. A. 3IENGER, PaorniETOB, San Antonio, Texas. t 11TY HOTEL, ...

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

i ife % OUB COLUMN TELEGRAPHIC. KC RET Alt Y OF THE VY. ■Mpwtfr j, tha hornee, ara not eo pop- 5r«tsr?K^'-S!: 4o not differ aodb from hoop, 7««r. Ths prettiest are with ball and pendants, gold, without polish, which Bomuu gold, the poKshed and the red amh gold, remain in gold for these sets. Tney range in price bom $40 to $120, «aw, aacxiAcaa ass bbacblkts. The opera chain, which pamee aroand íífj1!!? «Met *hich I* fastened at the throat or lower "S* fa**. A gold taaele üi0103ftlnA t o£¡f2V¡2£^£ *™"° ^ trttarl J®® OFFICE sod the balance due collected 1,6Two Cente per 53E® ssmks- Boom—Poet* wooaeeein w< ertfca the | themrf; :KfiSS!P^5«l Quarterlies, 1 cent peV^l¿^aU ** c¡wter' | °* 8™" A. Bnnn Gboceet ^^LAirop* ÍATTia.-tto ensealed drco. SS*£S£u3E~£tt toar ounces, or fraction j hbiimu tout mu m, "BPtims BvaDixo, An Wabd, INDIANOLA, TEXAS. formio ' ST7 ~«M5 S£r3¿SK. M ta eck.aces, which are not so expennve, Cta m t kTth^n' J?fee*tre: cents. ^ ** ,fld not over $20, 10 [ vl"*?0' *P&l...

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

i'fTMW .p-. .A,,, T néiSSS m - INDIANOLA BULLE riN. RATES Of ADVKKTIIIIQi (IX C. S. CURRENCY.) Otit squ.irc, (one inch) first insertion, $1.50 ; éach sub e<iuent insertion, fl.OO. ch. l || | 2 II 3 II 4 II 5 II « i I 8 || ,W II 10 || IS II 30 || o. 2 HO. 3 SO. | 6XO. 12 XO 41 Í 7 10 * 18 $ 25 71 10 15 24 35 10 14 20 30 45 13 18 25 36 55 Iff 22 30 42 65 19 2ff 35 48 75 22 30 40 54 85 25 M <5 fiO 95 2ft 38 <0 66 105 91 42 u> 72 115 S5 70 40 125 175 801 100 140 185 250 The Bri,letik, having an extensive cir- , cnlation throughout all Western Texas, offers the £ greatest inducements to advertisers generally. J €>-t Í "R I N TI N G, Such as PaihJrtVTfets, Briefs. Cards, Hand-bills, Letter-Heads* Bill-Heads, Wagon Receipts, Vis- 'iting Cards, Circulars, Ac., 4c., executed with neatness and >fis patch. "p. W ftaddleiton, of Halletsville, ia agent for the ftrLLRTix in Lavaca connty. .1. H. I. Pert. is the special agent of the Br (.i.r.Tix for Galveston and Eastern Texas ge...

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

• . INDIANOLA BULLETIN. IT'LL NKBBCH COME NO MO'. I'm ben a'waitin' Jc-ng for d«- good old time Dat It nebber some no mo'; When I n*e to rock an' work an* ring lit de little cabin do'. My Ham was dar wid hi« fiddle; Po' Ham - 1m'« gone—gone dead! Dead for de want i>b Í'xkI an' clothcs Aa' ii- alititer <jU r-head. An' little Mum -well, he's dead, too; llow be tiaod to (lacea an* aiug. While Jim an' I'olly an' all do re*' Want "roan' an' 'roan' do ring. Ola Miaaia—blc«a her dear ole aoal — Would lalT till her «idea gib way, An' MaaWd atop at tuy cabin jnat To My—"Hon'a Die Mammy to-day ?" Da boya—I mean ole Haaaa'a boya— Dey tabbed oh> Mammy too, Wlio nmtsed >m - eb'TT blessed one, Clean down to little nasa' Loo. Po* Ma* ' Loo t Ho went to de fight Bat be nebber como back no more: We bear dat be fall, with a bullet in do brcaat, In de front ob de battle roar. He'd put his arma aronn' my neck He An' mv, "Mammy, I lub you aol" didn't see no harm in dat, Do hia Mammy waa blac...

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