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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 August 1855
I L !.**rv«, i %-. -v ■>. i.v MM i HO TÉ. '111,1 /.i .. / tí • 'i Ai ,V* f¡¡ I * • «• v'ií/ u'-'ííkah .a £ I XW,VW ¿fc ' " 10 " ~ .•'* "•«• mi ■ * ■ . • !>, ;«<mi i it i.i if i....4....,1 ' '"W V 'tis a bask abandonment of reason, to uesiqn our right of tiiouout." WOODWARD & MARSCHALK, EBOTOETOBa. VOLUME 1. CITY OF IMANOLA, TEXAS, AUGUST 24, 1855. MISCELLANEOUS. FIRST AMBITION. BT IKS MARVEL. I believe that sooner or later, there ■comes to every man dreams of ambi tion. They may be covered with the sloth of habit, or with a pretence of humility; they may come only in 'dim shadowy visions that feed the Ssye, like the glories of an ocean of sunrise; but you may be sure that they will come; even before one is aware, the bold, adventurous god- dess, whose name is ambition, anc whose dower is Tame, will be toy- ing with a bold hand;slie makes timi- dity strong, and weakness valiant. The way of a man's heart will bo foreshadowed by what goodness is in him coming from above an...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 August 1855
ma i Ftbe Bulletin, Bay* of thOSSI out It W'ifpifv i in all oases, I ln the dictates of what I may or that measure, tbUor believing that in excitement whM the , that it ia of the presa, to apeak fliog my banner to breeze, my principle . "Be. for my polar Madison, Web- light#—hav- and perpetuity and dogma of the American Order: to lié an organization ambition, and broken conceived in iniquity and | second, because I be- are inimical to tbe beat i try, and contrary to the splr- of our lástitutlons; and finally, bo- believe that their doctrine# afford tbe of political diaoord ever wit- - In this, or any other country. I have ever noted in my bumble sphero with tbe Whig party; having been born under the ge- nial sunlight of Kentucky, with Henry Olay m my political god-bther, I could not, well, have been otherwiae than a Whig, but now that my party ia disbanded, broken down, dissolved aud loet in the chaoa of disorganization, I see ao refuge but in the oonservatiam ot the great Apostles,...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 August 1855
t Casimir Howe. J U Howell, Jno E Ganey, Corpus Ohriiti; O J Bowie, J M Jone* ft (Tt, New Oriera; W HUIIard ft ansí* Grimas, Sew York; R O Brown, Oalves- ThasGold ittr tab, Jno W ! Plerpont ft nn, Pierpont Grimes, Mew York; R^Browñ^S I Chas Goldenberg, A Coutru, W A Baugh, S Orleans; J Nlool, Edward Nony, W 011- . Austin, Col Wn M Cook, Edward Par- Jno Welimot, J W Grainger, Well Point; ■Went* Lavaca; E Keyeer, Seguln; Wn KtPlace; Jno A Braokenrldge, Tex- DE- M'LAKES CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, The Liver Pilla of Or. Metano were first uied by him HBttaaMyln hi own prsotloe. Bo effleacioui were they In .all cue* of Liver complaint, that tbey became fiunous, and passed Into general use. They act with great certainly and regularity; the patient almoet immediately feels the dieper- tlon of hie dtaetae, and ta gradually restored to health.— With eome the eflect ta almoit miraculous, frequently expe- riencing Immediate relief, after having for monthi resorted to drugi and medicine* of another...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 24 August 1855
11 PATENT MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES. ODD FELLOW'S DIRECTORY. FAYETTE. MISS. PLACES. MMIM hern uouutry, under the nuui- ru P&ADAT MM> Mr «on JOHN I about rmenlte dltUm from the villa loathe 111 of Jane tor the reception "The"GEKNH OAKS" to too «eB known to and an ex- r yeare the popularity of the eetah- |y Increasing. The many natura ,oofnmawlln* thefinest water prospects on tha Lake, and receiving the pure salt water as ft (low* from the Gulf, have net toiled to Impress tovorably the many vie Iter* from New Oriaana. Mobile, and the «irroundlní country. I Daring the Winter the proprietor, have made many ba- ta and addition*. The BILLIARD KOOM8 are throroudtljr amend aad fitted up, and BAIL BOATS wHI be at aHtimes at the strvloe «T the visitors, free tt dtnrge— •koOLAHRat Dinner *^J^'£&-ff£%3!to'Sa.,XXZS M to notify the Captalni of the mamen, who will land " tf ef the Hotel .... TERMS,... $10 00 atthewbwf i nr Day 9 00 "CliBdreu and Servante, half price....
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 August 1855
A the Iníúemolíi Bulle tin " 'TIS A BASK ABANDONMENT OF RKA80N, TO KESIÜN OUB BIGHT OF TUOUQUT." WOODWARD & MARSCHALK, PROPRIETORS. I VOLUME 1. CITY OF INDIANOLA, TEXAS, AUGUST 31, 1855. NUMBER 20,- The Lord's Prayer. A friend tells us an anecdote of Booth, the great tragedian, which wo do not recollect having seen in print. It occurred in the palmy days of his 'fame, before the sparkle oí his great black eye had been dimmed by that toane of genius, strong drink. Booth and several friends had been invited to dine with an old gentleman „ .. ge Baltimore, of distinguished kindness, urbanity and piotv. The host, tho' ►disapproving oí theater and theater- going, had heard s© much of Booth's remarkable powers, that curiosity to see the man had, in this instance, overcome all his scruples and prej u- dices. After the entertainment was over, lampa lighted, and the company Reseated in the drawing-room, some •one requested Booth, as a particular favor, and one Which all present would dou...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 August 1855
fOLA BULLETIN, W. H. WOODWARD, EDITOR, If ABSGHALK Junior, PUBLISHER. FRIDAY. . AUGU8T 34,1866 TERM* OF PAPER AND OF ADVERTISING 1 PAPKn— .00 per annum, payable in advanee. M If MO paid in S month . $6 If not paid befoie the expiration or theyear. ADVBBTUWMBNT9—One square, of ton line*, 11.00. i subsequent imerUon, Kitty cent . Tor* Hberal dlscouuts made to yearly advertlaert, and oft lone adverttoeweuss. OtmtOo aPa>flaaOO.aasr ■oh aa Pamphlets, Blanks, Card , Brief , funeral and other Notice*, executed with ncaluess and despatch. AH eommunleatlone on business connected with thl naner. muat bo addreeaed to the publisher, poitpaid. Owr Agent*. Mr henry M. iiyamb t« our duly aalfcertaed a rent for the City of New Ortean .__ friend* through the oountry will «Ir* Uwin an early caU. k ii Dowoax, Lavaca. O W Gambit, Victoria. Jemi Law, r m, (tamalea. — OAaowaix, r m, Cuero, tu" , r it China Orove. 4 PKianaan, r«, Conwete. — iiiou«*VVrlce'. Creek. J 0 Brainuao, Belmont. ' J 8 Johsston, ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 August 1855
A 4 if COMMERCIAL. Maáil'est of Steamship Chas. Morgan, Capt. HENRY PLACE. T)A8SKNG15R8.-—Mr Well. * Ud^Mr. JM Kwler, Mr, *%' Jwsa." StffimimPc Vifeneíw,8lídtaSSf* r m'kXh, a™', k J? ! S E NaXi co, Fulton, Hensl.y A oo. Klrkland Í £ ™ Cleveland ¿Milla, A Bien, 0 II Jordan, C Kl'j'lí-udral, J 1 Kendrlck, FBouumont, Lavaca. New Orleans Markets 8ATDitD.tr, Aug, 25,1SSS, /V()„. xhe salea to-day amount to 1800 bale at aliout rato for old cotton . Some lot* of Middling to llood Middling (new crop) brouglit 9Ji@10c. The receipts iir new thus iff uru over 10,000, bale Including T08 to-day. ul s. UIH.BANS CLASSIFICATION• Assimilatod to that of Liverpool. Inferior Vtf® 0>tf o^d"Sfiddiin¿:::;:::::::;::::::::::::;::::: mmwl Middling Fair ... nominal. puj|. nominal. <Good Fair nominal. Good and Fine nominal. Sugar—Fair to fully fair S©.VjO. Molasses—Itehoilcri sold at . .c. flour—8t Louis . f. $7 fill®. ..; Extra under I.. Corn—White at 04c., prime Yellow 70o. Whiskey— Rectified sold at 84...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Bulletin — 31 August 1855
wm watering places. «.His JJLC.fi/3ii a. * IÍILOXÍ, MISS. >|Mi IS famed «nil popular Summer Retreat, ho generuily I known throughout the Southern country, under the nuin• emcut f Mr* EMKIIAETII I'llAOAT and tier son JOHN II I'ilADAT, Hitimt.' l about mn-mile illtlmit from tlie vi1ln«n tif Biloci, illl«: upwicil on the 1st of June for the reception of vl itor«. The"<¡RKKSH "AICS" is loo well known to need nn ex- teiifleil notice. For many y.ai-s the popularity of tin: t-ntnl - llnhmi'iit Inn been steadily Im-rcn 'Iii'-f. The timny imtura' mlVMlit BC-i>, commanding the iiirM wiitcr pro^peft on the Lake, and receiving thr- pnro salt watt r ns it flows from the tlulf, have not r ili"l toiinprcfs favorably tin- many visitors Ironi New Orleims, Mobile, am! lb" surrounding country. During the Winte r llm proprietors huve inu>le many im- provements alii! additions. The Mll-l-lAIIl> HOO.MS are throroughly arivimr—l "nil !Uti"l up, and .«All, ltOA'IV will fie at nil limes tit t...