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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 January 1872

i j)l B| " 'imn,..' i rati TWflpf O u* THE INDIANOL EEKLY BULLETIN. VOLUME V. fflDIANGLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1872. NUMBER 47. HOTELS. G LOBE HOUSE— Mrs. A. 31. 5Ic3bew, Proprietress, (At the foot of the Wharf.) Isdiaxola, Texas. Th,'traveling community are rospectfnllv in- vitf'l to call. Accommodations excellent,"and a!! due attention paid to gneatB. Terms moder- ate- &c*~ BAGGAGE carried to and from the Steamships FRI-'.F. Od' CHARGE. ifiil 1\ IAGNOLIA HOUSE— M Mia. Carter, Pli.OPRIETEIi.S3. Iliis hem.-e havin been thoroughly repaired, in onee more <>;i . for the accuniiuodatiou of both transient au! cruiancut boarders. T'.ruic modoral -. ladianola, Mai' !i 18, 1871. CONFECTIONERS. /1ULF HOTEL— M Z. SIEDER, Proprietor. Mahi Street, Indianola. Every aecomr. . In ion will he afforded to trav- elers and emigrants. A Restaurant i- attached to the house, at ■which mealb can be had at all hours of the Jay. July29-ly. B AIUIATTH ' HOTEL., F. BAHUATTE, 1'KOritiBrOR, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 January 1872

t* '• 4 4 *- indiaxola BULLE riN. MAMIE. poet of iudiajíola. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. ADVERTISING. C.«T RECEIVED— RECEIVED— ATAGOiiDA PACKET— OF TEXAS. HE STATE HE STATE OF TEXAS "-^rx"ku. s. currency.) One sq^Ék (one inch) first insertion, $1-50 ; each uent insertion, 41.00. months u lt*0. | 2 mo. I 3 mo. | 6 mo. | 12 mo ixc ii. 1 *2 "3 4 5 r> 7 8 9 10 15 20 4 j 7 i 101 % 181 $ 25 7 1 101 15 1 24 1 :i'. 10 14 •20 SO 45 13 1R 25 3fi 55 lfl 30 42 65 19 *; i :ir. 4S 75 22 30 40 51 85 25 ?A 45 69 •J5 98 as 105 a 42 U) 72 115 55 V) 90 125 175 SO 1 100 1401 185 250 • Tnx Bcli.etix, having an extensive cir- culation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, Such a* Pamphlets, Briefs. CsrsK Hand-bills. Letter-Heads, Bill-Heads. Waiion Receipts, Vis- iting Cards, Circulars, &c., Ac., executed with neatness and dispatch. P. W Haddleston, of Ha'lotsviile, is agent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 January 1872

y km ,«> INDIANOLA BULLETIN. I,ONí. HAUL Ií long Lair be I be glory of woman, then thfcjc 1 aglortons woman in Boston. Bbo was persna<fe<l the other day to give a private exhibition of her beautiful head of long and heavy black hair. Her i:-igbt Is five feet three inches, nod when she is standing erect her hair falls to her feet nod trails a quarter of a yard on the floor. It is seventy-tire inches in lenght. Says the New York iribune: ••Here indeed, is u favored young per- son! No need ha3 she of chignons, uor of copbcrons compound ; and Eve herself, the primal and pefcct woman nobly plan- ned, liad probably no greater wealth of tangled charms. Discarding all moral principle, we ure tempted to lapse into the meanest kiud of p:wi, and pronounce this Boston beauty the greatest lirtires* iu America, and probably one of the best behaved of gkis. Tbeie! we have done it; so, hastily asking everybody's pardon for onr verbal misdemeanors, we drop the subject thut we may sin no mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 7 February 1872

; " Jj . € m : - " v ' it SliP 1 __ m.w-í &• * mi r*> j i. t>- V0&TJME V; HOTELS. G r LOBE HOUSE— Hn. A. M. UcQxaw, Proprietress, (At the foot of the Wharf.) Xxdiaxou, Texas. The traveling community are respectfully in- vited to call. Accommodations excellent, and all dne attention paid to gaceta. Terms moder- ate. SW BAGGAGE carried ta and from the Steamships FREE 0** CHARGE. M AGSOLLA HOUSE— Mrs. Carter, II ssa* ggjpm ■ mi mi CONFECTIONERS. ,A, TEXAS, «11 Í. K. KL.SDKW* DUSDELL 4 KOL^A, All Successors u Htlltt *, yyovu) nuraii muda. {Hands Western Texas, of H. D. and an and mcT ou I'üoriiiETKfisa. This house having been thoroughly repaired, is once more opon fur the aeeummodaüi>n of both transient and porinanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indiano la, March 13, 1ST!. pULF HOTEL— E. 8IEDER, Peopuietoii. MAIS BTBIST, Ikcusoijl. Every aocotmraoilation vili be afiorued trav- elers and erijígrants. A Bestauiaut is attacked to the lioa.ee, at tihich meats can be had at al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 7 February 1872

I J k A COMMISSION MERCHANTS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. RAILROADS. I ÍF INDIANOLA BULLETIN. C. A. MSBVBT. - • UltorMdrrapritlw. mr The In iano .a Bcllkhm I published •vary WtdnMajr ■omiii|. Ssbeeriptkm. |S 00 per Hill, D. S. cnrreaey, er it* s^nlraJest is •ota, payable ta ilfuw. Siagle copies, 10 cents. WBDEWAT, PKMUBT T, UTS. tw Mails.—Although oar mail i« carried tbnm(b to Victor by horse pow?r. when it ehoold go by «team, yet we matt accord Justice to the p "1 contractor and his carrier in their promptness and regularity in coming np to time. Til HorimoLD, for February, is received. Terms anly $1.00 per year. Published by Oeo. E. Crowell A Co., Brattleboro', Vt. Besides its useful matter, almost indinpensible to a well regulated household, it contains much choice miscellaneous reading, making it a welcome vis- itor to the family. Bisaor Ma vis, of the Hethodiat Episcopal Church, preached to our people, on last Sunday morning and evening; also, on Monday night. This talented preacher of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 7 February 1872

f ■ w, : O « y~ ív-í- INDIANOLA BULLETIN. KiTKI or ibVEKTIIIIO. (W Ü. 8. CURRENCY.) ?3°íre' ^ne inc,0 irst insertion, $1.50; «acta subsequent insertion, $1.00. hOKTUS H 1 Hp. I a HQ. I 3 MO. | < MO. | H~MQ INCH. 1 4 k 1 a 9 10 ¡It n t 1 10 * IS $ S3 10 15 S4 35 14 so 30 45 18 25 36 55 n ao 48 65 36 35 48 75 ao 40 64 u *5 60 95 38 V) 66 105 45 I/O 79 115 10 <0 125 175 100 U0| 185 S50 , TUS Bcllktim, having an extensive cir- ios throughout mil Western Texas, offers the greatest Inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets, Briets. Cards, Hand-bills, itter-Heaas, Bill-Heads, Wagon Receipts, Vis- ing Cares, Circulars, 4c., Ac., executed with neatness and dispatch. Letter- ing O VÍ 1% odd lea to n, of Halletsville, is agent '■tot the Bulletin in Lavaca county. ~'ff. 8. Le Fert is the special agent of the Bullkti* for Galveston and Eastern Texas generally. Tito*. Mclntyre is the spceial agent of the Bullktix for New Orleans and Louisiana. Mesara. Grlfllu &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 7 February 1872

INDIANOLA BUILETIN.l 1 I MR. NOBODY. I know a fanny little man, As <rniet as á twxwe, Who does the mischief that in done In every body's house. There's no one ever teen his face, And yet we all a^ree, That every plate we break was cracked By Mr. Nobody. "Tis he who always tears our books— Who leaves the door ajar ; He palls the buttons from our sliirts And scatters pins afar. That sqeakit:g door will always squeak, For, pritliec, dou't you sec, We leave the oiling to be done By Mr. Nobody. He puts flairiD wood upon the lire, Tnat kettles cannot boil; His are the feet that bring in mud, And al! the carpets toil. The papers always are tu¡6la*l; Who had them last, bat he ? There's no one toSbc.i them about Cut Mr. Nobody." Tlie finger marks upon the doom _J5y not e of ua are made ; We never leave tin: blinds unclosed, To let the curtains fade. Ihe ink we never spill; the boot* That lying round you uve, Are not our boots I ths* all belong To Mr. Nwbody. TRADE WITH AUSTRALASIA. By the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 April 1872

/ ¿ — / * ♦ ,. < ■W' i ¿ ▼ ~/4 V VOLUME VI. HOTELS. G LOBE HOUSE— Ura. A. M. McGbew, Proprietress, (At the Teot of the Wharf-) ISDLiSOLA, TzXAS. The traveling community «re rospectfnlly in. -▼i te«l to call. Accommodations excellent, and all dn« attention paid to guests. Terms moder- ate. «- BAGGAGE carried te and from the Steamships FREE OK CHARGE. ■J^JAGNOLIA HOUSE— Mrs. Carter, Pboprhstress. 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. /^ULP HOTEL— IJT X. SIEDER, PEOFBIETOB. llici Btbiet, Ixdiaxola. % Every accommodation will be afforded to trav- jlers and emigrants. A Restaurant is attached to the honse, at which meals can be had at all boms of the lay. July*20-lv. B ARHATTE HOTEL, F. BARR.VTTE, Protiuetor, Main Street, opposite Railroad Depot. This Hotel is conveniently situated for travel- lers to the interior, being inimeitiatuly opposite the Railr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 April 1872

ÍNDIAiVOLA BULLETIN. C. A. OOIBCKT. . . Editor ud Proprietor. The Indianola Bulletin is published Subscript ion, $5 00 i valen t in cents. every Wednesday — mu, O. 8. currency, or Its iqnlrili eoia, ptnMt in advance. Single copie*, 10 wbdud1t, april **, 191*. Col. T. G. Williams Ium beec choteo, uji the 8an Antonio Herald, to represect the Agricultural Mil Industrial Asaocia- tion of Western Texas at the State Fair in Houston, commencing May 11th. next. Mb. H. O. Hobtom will have charge of the Bulletin Office during oar abscnoe from the citj. He is dolj authorized by me to receive and receipt for all subscrip- tions and acoonnts due the Office. C. A. Ogsbuby. The O., W. T. k P. B. W.—We learn from authentic sources that work has ai- read/ commenced on this road from Vic- toria towards Cuero. The contractors, Messrs. Sleicherand Cunningham, are ex- perienced men in the business, snd will hare the road completed to Cuero bj the 1st of October next. Bj the 1st of April. 1873, we expect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 April 1872

INDIANOLA BULLE MN. c. «■«ai .J « V + ttAfl Of A DT BKTIIIRQ. (IN Ü. 8. CURRENCY*) Ort« square, (one inch) first insertion, llJSO; each subsequent insertion $1.00. kovth9 g 1 mo. a mo. ! 6 mo. 12 mo inch. 1 ( ' 5 $ f * 10 $ 18 t 25 s 10 15 24 35 3 10 14 90 30 45 4 13 18 25 30 55 6 19 m 30 42 65 S 13 m 35 48 75 1 s 30 40 54 85 8 34 45 80 95 9 28 38 ■a) 861 105 10 31 42 73 115 is 55 70 so 125 175 30 80 100 140 185 250 Í&* T« Bclletin, hiving an extensive cir- rnTacidn throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, nca&ess and dispatch. WEDKSDAT, APRIL. 187 . Ward Street, Leading to the main depot of the Gnlf, Western Texas and Pacific Rail- way, under the supervision of CoL J. B. Frjer, is being much improved. The clipper (Schooner Index, we learn from Messrs. Heyck k Bro., will take tbe pUcs of the Brig Belle of tbe Baj in tbe Indiauola and New York line of packets, of which they are the agents at this port. Messrs. Tappe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 24 April 1872

INDI ASOLA BULLETIN.! DEMOCRATIC STATE COKVE.VTIOX. To thx Dnocun o Tulas : In accordance with advices from the members oí the Democratic Executive Committee for the htste of Texas, appointed at the late Democratic Ktate Convention, and by direction of the Cen- tral Committee, the foLowing instructions are Ifesued, viz: 1. A Democratic State Convention will be held at Corsic&na, Texas, beginning í105íday, juse 17, 1872. for the purpose of electing delegates to the Na- tional Democratic Convention when called; and tor transacting all business necessary for the success and perpetuity of the party, in accord- ance with its usages; and, in general, for exer- cising plenary powers incident to a Democratic State Convention. 2. In counties in which the party is not organ- ized, it is earnestly urged that county meetings be held, and that the Democratic party be folly organized therein; and that delegations be cho- sen for the State Convention which will attend the same, empowered to ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 8 May 1872

rmm V ,i *• * 4 t ,— - - , THE INDIANOLA WEEKLY BULLETIN. VOLUME VI. HOTELS. ^LOBE HOUSE— Mr*. A. M. McQnsw, Proprietress, I At the foot of th* Wharf ) ipbukola, thai. The traveling community are rospeotfnlly in- vited to call. Accommodations excellent, and ll da* attention paid to gueats. Tortus moder- ate. gr BAOOAOK carried ta and from the Hcesraships FREE OK CHARGE. INDIANOLA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1872. NUMBER 8. oottpacmomm. r. m. arxosLL. BOATOS! «tU, R UN DELL * HOLD A, SottMMfl tf M agnoliahouse- Mrt. Carter, Pbopbtetkess. A W This house having been thoroughly repaired, < one* inore opea for the accommodation of iKjth transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18, 1371. G ULF HOTEL— 1. SIEDEB, I'KorttiETO*. Main Street, Ixdiasolju Evsry accommodation irill be afforded to trav- elers and «migrants. A Restaurant is attached to the house, at which meals can be had at all hours of the isj. July29-lv. B arrattk hotel, F. BAKEATTe, Proprietor, Main S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 8 May 1872

INDIAxVOLA i! ML X. cprcisxiti coxwsTio* This great uonv.-ntian. fresU from the c. A. oo.Bi'UT, . . edttr .Od nr©prieto*. P*0^ mct "l CSaoinuati ou tba 1st inat., - , ■ . .— ^ J' . — II - — «iectÍDg Carl Schufz aa its President, and ■ irm t^.. > . Klicha^ If! T> _• . . m t. - at. _ Tbe 1 jihiiiiota Bulleti* is>nbli«hed «▼cry Wedneatlaj morainf. ¡subscription. $3 QO per hrm. V. t. earreary, or its «qoiTilent ta coi , pajrabl in Urucr. intle copio , 10 tenU. wbdbwtt, mat «, mm. Tuakks ara berabj tendered Mr. H. Seeligaon lor bii valuable assistance in furnishing original articles and general reading matter for this issue of tba Bcl- um. Oble. Soidetgber and Cannigbom are nt Victoria with a larga party of band and teams. It looks like work in earnest. Ho! for Cuero! will be the watch word. Railboad.— We learn tbat Mr. Morgan bai purchased the entire interest of Col. II. 8. MeConab in tbe W. T. A P. It. R. Yon can relj that be means business. Bbkatob M. C. Hamilton and Hon. Joh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 8 May 1872

INDIANOLA BULLE riN. * « -■4 4. KATES OF ADVERTISING. UN U. S. CIÍRKEXCY.) One square, (011c inch) first insertion, $1.50 ; each ñubse-juent insertion, $1.00. ÜONTUS 1| 1 MO. 2 MO. 3 MO. Í 6 MO. 12 MO INCH. 1 I! $ 41* 7 $ 10 1 18 $ 25 2 II 11 10 15 24 35 3 II 10 14 20 30 45 4 II 13 18 25 36 55 5 11 16 22 ■if) 42 (?) 0 II lá 26 V, 48 75 1 II ti 30 40 54 85 s u !5 34 45 00 95 «a 28 18 fifi 105 n> ii 31 41 U) 72 115 15 || 55 70 «0 125 175 80 11 80 100 14) | 1.S5 250 • Tna Bulletin, having an extensive cir- cuíat ion throughout all Western: Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JO S PRINTING, Such as Pamphlets, Briets, Cards. Hund-bills, Letter-Heads, Bill-IIeads, Wagon Receipts, Vis- iting ("¡irds, Circulars, 4c., Ac., executed with neatness aud dispatch. WEDESDAY, MAY 8, 1873. Purser Chlldeks, of the ¿'organ Lice, will accept thanks for late favors. J. E. Mitchell & Co. have received a patent fire proof mica lamp chimney, lleat won't break it. Try it....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 8 May 1872

1 1 í fll 8 INDIANOLA BULLETIN. DSMOmnC IT ATX COXTBNtlOX. To no Dbkcuct or Texas : Id accordance with adrices from the members of the Democratic Executive Committee for the State of Texas, appointed at the late Democratic F-tate Convention, and by direction of the Cen- tral Committee, the following instructions are issued, tía: 1. A Democratic State Convention will he held at Corsicana, Texas, beginning Monday. J mat 17, 1872. for the purpose of electing delegates to the Na- tional Democratic ConTention when callrd; and tor transacting all business necessary for the r tlfifisss and perpetuity of the party, in accord- ance with iu nsagee; and, in general, for exor- cising plenary posers incident to a Democratic BUte Convention. i. In eonntfes in which thi party is not organ- ixed, it ia earnestly urged that county meetings be held, and that the Democratic party be folly organised therein; and that delegations be cho- se for the State Convention which will attend the aune, empowered ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 29 May 1872

r*" QLOBE HOUSE— Mr*. A. M. McQasw, Proprietress, (At the foot ef the Whsrf.) bsuuniU, TtUB. The traveling community at* respectfully in- cited to nD. Accommodations excellent,'and U1 da* Attention paid to guests. Terms moder- ala, mmm. MW BAGGAGE carried to And from the Steamships FREE Of CHARGE. Jj£AGNOLIA HOUSE— Mb Mrs. Carter, Rwbmm. this house having be* thoroughly repaired, í'1*®*«no*e open for the accommodation of both transient and permanent boarders. Terms moderate. Indianola, March 18,1871. B AKKATTK HOHtL, T. BARRATTE, rsOPRIKTOR, Main Street, opposite Railroad Depot. This Hotel is conveniently situated for travel- lers to the interior, lieinj imrattlistely oiiposite the Railroad Depot. The House lias been thor j oughly renovated, and newly furnished through- out 1 he Proprietor has made every exertion to adapt it to the comfort and convenience of its patrons, and has spared neither pains nor ex- pense to secure that end. Terms moderate. Indianola, Texas, August 22,18ft. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 29 May 1872

N nromm C. A. OGSBI'KT. - f ' 14 It^r a rv.. The lSDi£i<j vjry WtflaoifUy^i^uing^uii per annum. L. s. currency, or its equivalent in «día, payáWÍTk advance. singie copse , 10 csnts. ED ^f.\T AO, 1873. FED iiui «—; si;1. i • 41m.- Í0HK HaüoCck wiH «rcept ou Un k WtkteiMN«i!fi favor*. it,wi ft i m> ■"—■* ur ... _ , w B JdU-A. O. Htrrautt * uf New Orlsan-t has been elected a mfq'wr oí the BostiI rtfDirectors of the Gulf, Western Texas auáT^cífic r^il,wa> Company i a piafe of t.Cyi B. U. Alt:C*M l>, «signed. n « •, it. - " '" • «• K " t^e ii«ti AUf err -Hmiv* ¿ir. eiMM. 1 . iiiAqri* associated -Iff: W. ft Maltltf iu th • editorial Vfc'j^taiienf, We congjKtiiJate Slultby on tj^ia Taliu^W accfc i<<u to Lis editorial •olamba. ■ n* ' •-#'!• « ' ' n> . tr!iww " i • "*" —7 , V , .. i. Unitwm Yifiquilín Tt n demrea th® ir«t^^oR of the Tesa Reso- lution, tyrtween, Texw and Mexico, slial! Uicet iu Cur-icana ¡tt the time ot the Democratic Conveuttbo, 17th of Jnue, in order to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 29 May 1872

INDIANOLA BULLETIN * O 11 at ES OF a DVURTi SIS®. (rx u. 8. cüttrkxcy.) . „— —re, (one indi é ich subsequent inicrtlon One s< iare, (one inch) flr-ri.úortio , tiza ■ tu . 1 KO.vrm i¡ 1 Mí ._| 2 mo. J_ 3 J|¡>. I g xo. f ia m0 i>cií- i i!* Íí }~ i * n\r i?ii ss 1 III ,4 I 7 2 ¡I 7 ! to 3 il 10 U 4 ¡I 13 18 (> II 10 22 C l| 19 2(1 7 II 22 30 H II 23 34 9 j| 38 38 10 | 31 42 15 S 55 70 20 || S) 100 101 i 181 ♦ 25 111 24 36 20 30 4ó V.- 35 30 4-2 <55 3$ 4S 75 40 51 83 C> ft) 05 06 103 1.0 72 115 00 126 173 140 185 25J fiégr* Tnn Bt i.le?iv, having an extensive cír* «•illation throughout all Western Texas, offers the greatest inducements to advertisers generally. JOB PRINTING, * ~ Such ns Pamphlet*, Briels. Card*. Hand-bills, Li'tter-IXea'U. Hill-Heads. Wagon H íce¡i/ts, Vis- iting Cards, Circular*, dm., &c., executed with neatness ana dispatch. WKDESDAY, W.1T *9, «78. See cuttle notice oí Mr. J. W. Allen. Thanks to Purser Geo. Scbriever, of the Morgan Lin9, for favo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianola Weekly Bulletin — 29 May 1872

INDIANOLA BULLETIN. WA¥« O ¥ M AKIN «i WHITEWASH. Tnko a peek of clean iunpa of wall burnt lint , alweh iu hoi «ruler in * «mall Iwb, and comr il to k<N*p In lb« ilwm. It should tlien be passed Hi rough a Un aletí in a fluid form H> obtain thu flower of limp.— Add Quarter of a pound of whiting or burnt slow. two pounds of lliror « f rio flour umita iti'o R lit in antl w*lí b dl«l punt*. sutl outi {oiiad f glur •.liawdml uw m alow Uro. I in Mid to be store brlUiunt Miau pluaUr of Pirhi end *1)1 i««l fifty jh'hm. It •>boold bo pat on werra with * paint brueb. Tbis ia v*>vy similar In tbu mdpo for making the «í l brat«d wnnli iiavd on thv President's Hon *1, el Wanliiuglttn, nud which la frequently published. The fol- lowing ero simpler ; hleke a peck of lliue In a tub, then boil twoonm-i-aiif yin slowly. until thorough |j dissolved; stir till* loto the slekod limo, and *dd ah much water ah will minen it to tbe consistency of whitewash. For inside work thin may be boat—At a...

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