Flake's Daily Bulletin. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1865 Page: 1 of 4
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GALVESTON* FRIDAY, JUl.Y 7,
18 pucljhhkü £aily and weekly.
Tíi Daily i* issued «very d*7 except Sundsy.
'i'ht W'««W * sn biished every Wedueaday.
TERMS OF 8UBSC1UPTION.
v (ínvai i Hy íri attyrance.)
4 lfc-i'v one year, $10.00. Si* months, $5.00.
Wc«W, op* ye*r' #:)-,íü- aix
ih-livered l>y carrier Jw> city stiltscribeiB and mailed to
¡•uiiMtry uL'«scribers. All sulfecripUona discontinued
i tlte ;nd <>f the time paid for, unleas special arrange-
ine U * • '«!U,e to tho 0° tr*ry.
terms op "advertising.
t. 'C W0ti
Tit firm of Kauffinan $ Kltcner has been dhrnoNe
and the business, with all activa añd paaslva, assume
wn^ will continue the suuie henceforth for hi0 awn ac
Mr. p. fievkeroei r will sign by procuration,
(ialvestoa, June 23, 1865.—tf £ J. lvMJFFMAN.
M. Bcichman & €•.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchante,
II OUST OK, TEXAS,
Will shortly open a House in GALVESTON. Goods
caa.be consignrnfutj at either placo. Domestic produce
la Ike DaVy. — Por a square of eight Hn<>e or l« ss, always oa baud lor sale or to exchange for aierchab-
imfrtion, $1; each additional, íifl ote.; one month* dtee. [je'¿«-6m
S.-,; three month*, $10; six mouth , $15; one year, 525.
iUUvt Weekly. — Por a square of eight lines or less,
insertion, $1; oue month, $2.50; ture months, $6;
six'üionths, $10; one year, $1^; ,
■\dvmisenient* ordered in this paper without the
r l'.iu>a being specified, will be published in the Daily.
«¡11 be .-.barged as follows:
Jn (be Daily.
City and County, $5. District and State, $10.
In the Weekly.
Cry and County, $5. District and State, $10.
In both Edition*.
City ati^Qouftty, $7.50. District and State, $15.
All communication of a ptrsonal oliaracter, obitu-
aries and marriage notices will omy be published and
charged for as advertisements.
Agents of Fluke' Bulletin.
The lollowi ¡g gentlemen are authorized to receive
rubicriptione and advertisements for Klakb'í Bcllhtw
ut the published rates and receipt for the un :
Austin. Travis county, J L Ausas;
Anderson Grimes, tieo Wyehs ;
Mr iibitin, W'* lilni;ton, Wiu Winding;
UollrUie, Austin, O Koch ;
tfstrue, KonUull, A Stutfel;
Manirop. Bastrop, W O Denny:
JWg Hill. Gonzales. Kufus Cates;
Bolton. Bull, N Spurglu;
Cuatro vil le Medina. H Bensemuu;
Uouldi Italic t- 4c Co.,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
General Commission Mershants.
j*22 Office : Strand, Galveston, Tezae. tf
IA RNKTT Kl NO. A A HON KlXS.
K, St A. King,
Hoiiee, Sign, Ornamental and Steamboat Painters,
Paper Hanger*. Glarters, <ti. <fee.,
having returned business at tSelr old stand. on Market
ctroet,.Galveston next door to H. Rosenberg's store,
sm. | reparej to attend to «11 work in their line,
promptly, and at reasonable rates.
Galveston, June 20, látió. t-wlm
N OT/R Y P UBLIC,
Office : Lidstone's Auction Store, Market Street,
December 10th ,18tí4. QalvttUn, Ttx.mt
We have Ííew Orleans
ovoniikg of July 3d, from w
following news :
New Yokk, Juue 26.
Richmond and Petersburg
sáys that Gon. Terry, commanding it Rich-
mond. lias issued an orderínnpuncing that
«lavery having ceased in Virginia, all the
State and municipal laws restraining the
personal liberty of colored persons have be-
come obsolete, and that hereafter th^i colored
people will enjoy the same personal liberty
as the white*, and be subject tó only the.
the sauK restraints and punishment. Va-
grancy, however, will nbt be permitted on
the part of ,fnegro any more than th|tt of
white eitisens. The testimony of. neg, oes,
he alfo states, will be received in cases be-
fore theonilitary courts of this depart merit.
Gen. I Eartsetf, commanding at Petersbug,
Va./lias ibi bidden, in an official order, the
holdaig of any moi^e meetings by the- plaut-
ers to-es'tal>lisri a fixed price for the latior of
Doctor Greenville Dowell,
SÜROEbM AND PHTSICIAN,
Office: Masonic Builaing, Post Office street, Galveston.
Private patients taken, lied and board furnished if
; maySltf necessary.
>n, W H «herma d;
Chappen Hill, wasblngto
Columbas, Colorado, J I
Caldwell, Burleson, KW Courtney;
t orsi una. Navarro. A Duren;
Ustiville, Montjf •meiy, J K George;
Dalias, Dallas, J W Swindeils.
Kre sliurg, Coloradlo, Chas Ji>rdt;.
KriediicUshurg, Gillespie, P Lcchte;
K.iirfluld, Freestone. J M Henderson •
•«iKiiweiuwn, Willismspu. Sidney .-ermour;
ixoiiz.les, SW smith;
• • oil*dj Jk'lin A Clarke ;
Houston. Harris, James Burke;
Jlui isvilto. Walker, O A Ash;
n .lieisville, Lsvaca, W K Hinckley •
Mela a, Kurnes, 1 W Ualley ;
Udependencc, Washington, J M Knight;
Lsgrunge, Payette, tf W Grassmeyér;
hexiugtou burleson, K * Dickson ;
ly'K'kliurt, Caldwell, K tleppmstall;
Liberty, Liberty, I hos w key;
Leoi.it, Leon, O HP Cavunder ;
Lonj; Point, Washington, M Kutherford ;
Alilthelm, Austin, F Lanshammer ;
Marbn. Fulls, S S Ward;
Mont oiuerv, Montgomery, CLS Jones;
Moumalu City, Hays, W W Haunt;
!<«w Brsunlels, Comal WWettel;
Now Ulm, Austin, F W Derbrlt*;
Oakland, Colorado, D C Neer;
Oaage. do 8 D McLeary ;
Port Sullivan, Milam, Thos Martin 1
Palestina, Anderson, A K McClure;
- Klcluuond, Fort Bend, 1) JTurgUsnn ;
Kou«.t Top, layette, L Rovberlieh ;
Hound Lake, Gonzales. ' J F Martin ;
Kound Rock, Williamson, G vv Davis;
Kutersviile, Jf.iyette *C L Schulze ;
San Mareos Huys, C Erhard;
«an Bernard, Colorado, A Himly ;
San Antonio, nexar, Jul Berends;
Suthorlund Springs, Bexar, ,W P Ungltes*
Street Home, Lavaca, Mrs M >ry B W«at;
Stonewall, Jackson, J York ;
'l vler, Siniih. Mr J W Davenport;
Tcxana Jackson, H D Starr ;
Victoria A FHsll;
Vine Groxe, Wushlngton. M O Wils##;
Wui >ervtUe. Travis, W H Morris;
Waco, McLennan, Jno A Winn :
Wuxtliacliie, Kills, J A Wittenberg ,
Wliseidck,Robertson, O V Gay;
v/ isiilnirton. washiuaton. R s eeeler;
E. JL. Vflbrd,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALEa IN
Old Stand, Tremont Street
AUCTIOSKKIt Alfb GENERAL COMMISSION
Building, JUarTeti Strett,
Regnlarlales Wednesday and la'nrday
Gilbert & Co..
jySdlm Galveston, Texas.
BALL, HUTCHINGS A CO.,
jylwidly Galueston, Trzas.
THOMAS M. CONVERSE,
COVVEBSK k co.
W mUlnctun, Washington, Rs&ei
v/itvurly Walker,,; K K W Boss;
Yegua. Washington, J^TMcGuire,
YorktoVn, lJe/FItt, J Gugenhsim.
Major-Gen'l Gordon Granger, cominanding Dis-
trict of Texas -Office ; Osterman's building,
corner Strand and 22d streets. •
Major F. W Emery, A. A. GeneriÉ-Offlce : óa-
Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. Palfrey, Assiat't Inap'r
Gehertí—Office :/Ósterman's building.
Lieut't-Colonel K. G. Laughlin, Provost Marshal
General—Office : Custom House.
Lieutenant-Colonel P. G. Noyes, Chief Commis-
sary Subsistence—Offic* : Nichol's building,
Strand. ■> • % "> ••
Lieutenant-Colonel C. B. White, Surgeon, Med*
ical Director—Office: Osterman's building.
Capt. G. W. Fox, Chief of Artillery—Office;
Capt. S. Howell. Chief of Ordnance—Office :
liendley's building Strand.
Lieutenant J. L. Baker, Commissary of Muatere
—Office t Nichol's building.
Major W. L. Avery, Aide-de-Camp—Office : Os-
terman's building. •
Captain C. S. Sargent, Aide-de-Casap—Office:
Colonel F. W. Moore and staff, commanding 3d
Brigade, 2d Division, 13th Army Corps, and
Post—Office : Hendley's building.
Captain Harry Beard, Assistant Provost Mar-
shal—Office : Custom House.
Captain G. E. Atwood, Assistant Quarter Mas-
ter, Transportation and Depot Q. M.—Office :
Kuhn's building, Strand.
Captain S. A. Cobb, Depot Commissary—Office :
Merchant's Press, Strand.
Lieutenant G. W. Carey, Acting ABsistatít Post
Quarter Master—Office ; Kuhn's building.
KERR & POIMC7
Converse & Polncy,
DEALERS IN FLOUR,
Commission Merchants, ¡
Mo. 31 Tchoupitouilas Strset. Mo. 31
, HEW ORLEANS.
Orders for every ieicrlptlon of merchandize prompt
ly attended to. Conaignuieuts of Cotton, hid«s aud
producá solicited. "
\V« respcctfnily offer our services to the friends of
the firms we formerly represented.
Coxverse 4 PoiMCr.
■ v 1 —**-'■ —
Jf. S. denton,
BROKER, RECEIVING, FORWARDING
negs leave to inform his frieaia throaghout the coun
try that he has opened a general
Forwarding é Receiving Commission Business
at the corner of Center street and the Strano, Galves-
ton, i'exss. \
He> will attend «tridtly to all cotton forwafdefl <6 Mm
for shipment or sale. He will alao purchase Pi inter's
supplies. Refera to the business men of Texas and the
h#."- '•■;■■■ ' -
mute I ft gVMUIOTaija
ilalvAAt< n. June 18ih. 1365.
itorage in brickbuildln^s.
teoeiving and Porwariinjf at lowest
June 12,1866, ¿
Storage in brickbulldlng-
Ui>o#>ivincr aud PorwarcÍL .. .uw . —
uk. p. h. shits. dr. d. a. jamssok. ' a. m. jonss.
SMITH, JAMESON JONES,
NavasoU, Grimes County, Texas,
Receiving, forwarding and Commifiottf
Away fro* the danger of lire, and on the R. B. track.
Goods on commiieion^ill hi sold at the highest Mar-
ket prices and invariably governed by iustruetions.
JsM-Smd ■*' |!
A. Allen A Co.
^onm A business in the MARBLE'YARD, Centre " r
ints. Toombs *n<l Headstones prepared ' 1*
JOHN wolston, o. q. wbliis^ charl.s8 vido .
WOLSTON. WÉLLfl M VI OR,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Will receive Cotton and other produce for "1-
shipment. Will ^xmute orders for piar *-«—
when accompanied by cash or secured
of produce. Instructions will be im;
iegrovff, or make distitíction prejudicial to
their interest, mid a difference in tli# rate of
compen-ution for the same labor by whites
or blacks, is to be allowed.
Tho Virginia Legislature adjourned sine
die. On Friday evening la^t, aftéír a seí-
sion ot' five days, nearly all the measures
required by Gov. Pierpdut to assist him in
the work of reconstructing the State Gov-
ernment were passed, eliciting little or no
debaje in their passage. The most'import-
ant of fhoSe was that of extending the elect-
ive franchiser to persons who were excluded
jiom it by the Alexandria constitution.
These persons are those who have volunta-
rily given aid and comfort to the rebellion
since the 1st of January, 1864. The elec-
tions of members of Congress and of the
new Legislature is to take place on the 12th
of next October.
At thin e'ect on the people are also to de-
cide whether the Legislatire shall have the
power to repeal the constitutional provision
which excludes from holding office all who
have been etgaged in the rebellion.
Cairo, June 26.—Th • steamer Idalia left
Vicksburg on the morning of the 14th with
i ix passengers on board, bound for Grand
Lake, Ark., for the purpose of bring ng down
a load of cotton. After arriving there*5
Oapt. Brown was Asked by two of the pas*
sengerstq step into the x^bin. Aft.'r pre-
senting thfii* reVolviC'rA, they informed him
that they were not comino • tráders as they
had represented themselves but Confede-
rates; they demanded hi* watch and money
and theh proceeded té relíete each person
on board of their valtiabl^s. They then
took what stores- th<vy wanted and Carried
thetn on shore. Wlnlé engaged in conceal-
ing their plunder in th^ bushes, the principal
of the party was invited on board by Capt.
B to lake breakfast, which invitation he ac-
cepted. During the progress of the meal
he was grappled t>y one of the deck hands,
the linqs cut ioose and the boat returned to
Vicksburg with her prisoner. He turns out
to be ihe redoubtable Capt. Jacobs, and is
safely lodged in jail.
Nb.w yoBK, June 26.-—To^day, for 'the
first time in lour yearn, direct overland com-
ihunicttiou is t.o,|)ihad between N.York and
Richmond, the old railroad route, with con-
necting lines of steamboats and stages, be-
ing opined. A
The President applies himself closely to
business. It is said that the attempt to Ty-
lerizetlie administration is likely to be a fail
ure. "While the President will do ample
justice to all loyal Democrats and cordially
fraternize witli them,he will not turn h¡s
back on the great party which elected him.
There arp no indications at present of any
¡mediate change iu the Cabinet.
Jay Cooke's'manifesto is not in any way
an emanation from the; Trearury Depart-
ment, nor has it its f%vur. It ife reported
Mr. McCulloch said Ins hop#was that the
national debt may be so managed as not to
be national calamity.
Cincinnati," June 26 —The returns of the
circulation of all tl*e daly and weekly news-
,jra of th s city, made to thé' Asseasora
internal Revenue, are published this morn-
; the total circulation of ail daiÜMa and
b the duties,
:entl.y secession sjmpathiKers hxd ¿
fered to pr^lnt, _ ^
wou|d iemain among them.
however, that he intended to go to
New YoRím June 27.—An
tic o company swindle was
gation yestei day before Justice
the Jefferson Market Police Court.
S. Petroleum Company is the ,
volvt)d, and it is charged that two of iis i
puted officer*, A* D. Mann and Daniel Stn
tou, have defaulted different persons of
amounts of money- Mr. Gt org* D. L.
made a charge against these two aieú,
Mann was committed, but ~
of the city.
Assistant Secretary of
surrender his office to his sue
"day next, and immediately
West via New York, to assi
of editor of the Clticago Rep
The Herald's Wa^ington
that, among other valuable p. v .
upon by C d. Loomie, Special Agent
1 reamry Department in Virginia, i
military railroad leading from Danville to
Greensboro,.4$ miles in length, and built by
the rebel army. vt,
The road will be run under the control Of
the Treasury until regularly confiscated by
the courts, and it is expected to pay a h
some per cent, above expenses.
The' Lincoln cavalry, who have rende
signal service in Custar's Division thra
out the war, and lately commanded
W. A. Adams, are en route for Ne
paid and discharged from the .
willlarrive there SMmeiime to-ntorrow- , «
WASHINOTON, June 27.—Sandford Cono-
ver was recalled by the .Government, and
testified that atler he left Washington, which
was the same day he testified betore¡the
Commission, he visited Montreal, where he
met Carrol, SanderSj Tucker and others, who
did not know at that timb that, he had been
before,the Military Commission* and tlWre*-
fore received Htm with great cordiality,
f Tucker, speaking ofuhe trial, denounced
Secretary Sianton and President T
as scoundrels, and Judge Holt as a blood-
thirsty old villain, adding that they should
protect themselves, for, by the eternal, a day
of retribution would come and a heavy ac-
count will have to be settled.
Subsequently, when it became kuown that
witness had'testified, his life Was t^reateiied
and he was compelled to ínáko an affidavit
that he had not testified.
The Herald has a dispatch, dated Augusta,
June 22 J, announcing the loss of the steam-
er_Leesbiiig, running afoul of asna- :, fi^e.;:
miles below the city. Two lives lost. Carg
l)tss Moinks, June 24.—D. B. McXatyv
of Prince Édward't Island, is now here with
a view to assisting so many of, his country-
men as contémplate immigratiti^ to , this
State. The condition itnd p* )8p -cts of the'%
country Mr. McNobb is highly;p eased wit)
—tho soil, climate and the . people—nxiá be
informs the agent of the American Immi-
grant Company, that it is probable that a re- |§
port of his investigations and the facts com-
ing under his observation, may induce an
immigration óf several hundred fam lie* of
industrious and temperate people, who Will '
Th^ resignation of Levi Truller, Federal
Collector for the third district, is reporfM,
New York, June 28—The New York
^raid's Charleston correspondent says
that the private effects of Jeff. Davis and
Beauregard, recently captured in Florida,
Jiave arrived in Charleston, and have bqen
transmitted thence to Washington. Amoítig
them is a dispatch from Beaurégard to a
member of the rebel Congress, dat&l
Charleston, Oct. 17, 1862, inquiring wheth-
er the bill for the execution of abolition
prisoners, meaning National soldiers, had
I yet become a law, and urging its speedy
street. Moiiturou>n, wi
to order on short notice'.
halvpiatnil. inne 30. lhfi.r>.
Office for Bent.
Two good and slguant offices in the second
weeklies is 396,000. v
Tlje circulation of the four English daily, ¿ , -—, «
papers are: Gazette, daily, 26,000; weekly, passage if it had n«*.
30,000. C «nmercial, daily, 22,000; weekly, Union meetingi were beilbg helid ii\
104)00. Times, daily, 11,000; weekly, 40,- rious parts of South Carolina.
00Q. Énquirer, daily, LO.OOO ; weekly, 30,- A difficulty receii
non Sho wing that the Gazette has the toi^ between the wl
daily circnlation and the Times the but it was soon snpp
weekly. The Commérciaí has thewere woui
yor Bent. ■
The stflfS on the Strand formerly occupied to tue
undersigned m a Clothing itore.- The store is well ftt-
trd up and in complete order for immediate occupation
for a Clot ing or Drjr Goods store. For terms enqj
of ALBERT BALl
Galveston, Jaw 19,18C5. tw-tf
■A delegation is
ation of ]
rPAA/I rn itr
W A8HI.VGTON, J one 25. « WW#?HWII
io#h from South Carolina to confer witli i
t «.Viniit. the "
the coait of that S
Southern-parts is r
a formal declara*^
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